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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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Volunteers VOL 29 NO. 24 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA SEPTEMBER I mi .i j

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Jax-'Mankind, in the main have little wants, not ,

t'" large. I, being of will and power to help in the main,
must help the least wants first.'. Robert Browning. + aN
Why should you join The American Red Cross as
a volunteer? Because you are needed! The

rewards? Inner satisfaction and fulfillment, plus -
the knowledge that you have helped someone by

giving your time, your skills and your concern.
The Naval Hospital here treats an average of

25,000 patients monthly in the Out-Patient .
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Department alone. Red Cross volunteers, in ad- ADJC Rlchlu YN3 Peet AFN2 Adams

dition to the paid professional staff, provide ser-
vices which greatly contribute to the overall ef- 18 Mad Foxes CommendedJaxEighteen

ficiency of these clinics. Red Cross volunteers work
throughout the hospital in Recreation and Personal Patrol Squadron Five men were cited by their commandingofficer
Services as well as Clinic and Ward jobs. Cdr. George Barker, in the squadron's first formal inspection since their

There is a job for every volunteer, at the hospitaland return from deployment in July.

other areas on station. Red Cross training
The top three awards went to threat of enemy terrorist squadsand New York City. Upon his
classes for
new volunteers at the Naval Hospitalare ADJC Gorden Richau, ATN2 main force units. discharge from active duty, he
scheduled for September 13-17, from 9a.m. to Neal Adams and YN3 Terence Chief Richau, who Jdned the and his wife will live in Clear-
noon. PeeL Navy in 1956, was assigned herein water, Fla., where he will workas
If you are interested in becoming a part of ADJC Rlchau March. He is working in the a professional fireman.

: this working organization, please call 772-2218 for ADJC Gorden Richau the VP department.squadron's maintenance YN3 Ped
5 Power Plants Chief was YN3 Terence Peet, VP 5's
further information between
anytime 9 a.m. and 4
awarded the Navy Commendation ATN2 Adams mail yeoman, received the Navy
.w p.m. Achievement Medal with Combat
with Combat "V" for
ATN2 Neal Adams, a radar
!f "V" for professional
meritorious service In Vietnam technician who Is also a volunteer
from December 1969 until achievement in Vietnam.
fireman for the nearby Yukon
December 1970. From Jne 1970 to June 1971, he
Fire Department, was awardedthe
To Give
Hospital He served as a maintenance Navy Commendation Medal was the incoming mall yeomanon
J administrative supervisor with the staff of Commander, U. S.
for saving the life of a woman
Helicopter Attack (light) trapped In a burning apartment Naval Support Activity. Saigon.
Squadron Three.In According to his citation
building. lie was recommendedfor
i Students Physicals his citation from the the award by JacksonvilleFire Petty Officer Peet screened
Secretary of the Navy, Chief Division officials. incoming correspondence and
.. Richau was commended for Petty Officer Adams, who handled command mall and
Jax Dependent children who All students must be ac leadership ability and devotes all his spare time to fire correspondence requiring con-
will be taking drivers education companied by their parent or management expertise. As his fighting, was on the engine that trol. lie was noted for his sound
courses this Fall may see a legal guardian. Female students citation reads. "he worked was summoned to the scene when suggestions for a more efficient
*'" doctor at the Naval Hospital here should be accompanied by their many long arduous hours to fire broke out in the Timuquana mailing system and was par
r.... Saturday morning for physical mother or female guardian.At develop sound reporting prac- Village Apartments about 1 a.m. ticularly cited for his enthusiasmand
examinations required by their tices as his squadron was January 20.Although. dedication to duty.
school. the clinic they must presentan required to establish an ad- all occupants were Petty Officer Peet, who worksin
Physicals will be scheduled immunization record, patient ditional maintenance system to believed to have been evacuated, the squadron Administra
between 8 and 11:15: a.m. for identification card and their support logistic aircraft under Adams ran into the burning Office, reported here last month.
students already enrolled in school form for physical Navy maintenance and supply. building to find one victim still Other Awards
'. drivers education course.Number examination report. lie worked under continuous trapped inside. While another
fireman brought the unconscious Cdr Barker presented Navy
woman outside, Adams went fora Unit Commendations to lOformer
OneONCE resuscitator, which he operatedto members of Task Force 115 in
revive her.According Vietnam. They are Lt Homer
to the fire depart- Hawkins, ADCS George Harris,
AGAIN the 479th Radar ment's report, he was directly AWC Bennie Rhoads, AWl Er-
Squadron here has earned the responsible for saving the nest Harvey, AMSl Wendell
Bordner' Award, an honor which woman's life. King, AME2 Dennis Carroll,
goes to the Aerospace Defense Petty Officer Adams Is tern- ATN2 Patrick Lanier, AW2
Command's top power heating perarily assigned In the AIMD Robert Henger and AN David
plant each year. The award with Radar Shop 640 where aircraft Smoot.
an appropriate plaque,is proudly components are repaired. Off Other awards included Air-
presented to the squ drori's'civil duty, he makes himself available crewman Wings to AW2 Donald
engineer officer by tftth Com i for fire fighting aroundtheclockwith King, AW3 Michael Fryman and
manding Officer, Maj. Kenneth AS Engine 23 at Us new Ortega AW3 James McLean.
Tevebaugh (I), as three power < location. Also, ADCS George Harris
plant personnel watch. The plant The 23-year old Navyman Is a received his seventh Good
operates a 650 KW diesel, sup former volunteer fireman with Conduct Medal while AE2
plying electrical power to the 4 the Yonkers Fire Auxiliary in Michael Welsh received his first.
radar sets and other electronic
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Jax-Recent word from Secretary of the Navy John Chafee, has confirmed the JSED

fate of longevity pay, special pay increases" medical and dental officers and
Incentive increases for aircrewmen and submariners In the wake of President

Nixon's Wage-Price Freeze. f
According to Secretary Chafee, all of the above pay has been suspended as of
September 1. While Navy Finance continued to pay Navymen for longevity in-
creases that were effective throughout August, that will be discontinued for the

duration of the wage halt. Because Monday is a holiday, next week's Jax

The only exceptions to the freeze includeNavymen hospitalized from combat Air News deadline will now be noon Wednesday.Look .

wounds, POWs and MIAs, and Seamen Recruits with four months of service. for next week's Issue on Friday Instead of
Retired pay Is also not affected, said Chafee. Thursday.
Pending further word, Navymen will still be paid reenlistment bonuses,

special pay for medical officers, and allowances.
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Prime Four Four 11 a.m. to Store Noon Buffet A La Carte

Club Ribs, Clubs Clubs 1:30: p.m. Open. Menu




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Monday thru Thur

11 I.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Cloud Mondays Friday & Saturday Your

Friday 11 I.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 am to 1 a.m. Breakfast Nattc personnel will be served from 5:50: 6:30: a.m. NAS and all
11 I.m. to 2 I.m. 11..m..11 p.m. other tenant commands after 6:30.
Friday 8 Saturday Tues.-Thurs. Sunday LunchNattc personnel served from )Jl to 12 a.m. NAS and other commands 1
Saturday 11 I.m. to 1 I.m. 11..m..l1p.m. Noon to Midnight after 12.Dinner. '
9 I.m. to 2 '.m. Frl.Sat -All personnel served from to 6:15: p.m.
11..m..1..m. Monday thru Thur Chub
9 Sunday'.m. to Midnight 11 I.m. to Midnight Friday,September 3BREAKFASTHomlny Roast, of Beef, Natural Gravy, .
Grits, Scalloped Potatoes, Buttered Spinach,
Chilled Plums, Fried Eggs to Order, Cream Styled Corn, Blueberry Pie.
Grilled French Toast with Maple SANDWICH. LINE-Grilled Hamburgers
Syrup, Home Fried Potatoes, and Cheeseburgers..
Labor Day Schedule Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted Danish SUPPER-Spaghettl with Italian/
Pastry. Meat Sauce, & Meatballs, Pizza Pie,
DINNER-Oyster Stew, Deep Fat Toasted Cuban Sticks, Parmesan
mijWrnW Fried Fish or Baked Meat Loaf, Cheese, Broccoli Spears, Seasoned
Tartar Sauce Brown Gravy, Baked Green Peas, Blueberry Pie.
Of NAS Activities Macaroni with Cheese. and Tomato,
Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Boiled Tuesday,September 7BREAKFAST..Cooked
$ Pinto Beans, Banana Cake with Farina,
Vanilla Icing.SANDWICH. Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to
Jax-The Commissary and the Navy Exchange will be closed
LINE-Grilled Cheesj Order, Baked Corned Beef Hash, Soft-
Saturday September 4. The following Navy Exchange activities will be
lei or Grilled Hamburgers. Hard Cooked Eggs, Choice Bacon or
open Monday, Sept. 6: SUPPER..Ginger Pot Roast of Ham, Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted
Tower Cafeteria Bldg. 118 Continuous19th Beef, Natural Gravy, Franconla Cake Doughnuts.
Hole Lounge 11 a.m. too Potatoes, Hot Spiced Beets, Buttered DINNER-Cream of Tomato Soup,
p.m.
June Peas, Banana Cake Chicken
PROTESTANT with Vanilla Cacclatore, Snowflaked
Bowling Alley Cafeteria noon to 9 p.m. NAVAL AIR STATION Pudding. Potatoes, Hot Baking Powder,
Service Station and Express Saturday, September 4BREAKFAST. Biscuits, Hot Cranberry Sauce, Okra
Store, Bldg. 931 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. SUNDAY ..Hominy Grits, & Tomato Jumbo, Seasoned Green
The Pirates Cove 9a.m. to midnightThe Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs Beans, Yellow Pound Cake.
Holy Communlon-8:30 to Order, Scrambled SANDWICH
Eggs
: a.m. at with LINE-.Ham and
Golf Pro
Shop 8a.m. t05p.m. All Saints Chapel. Church Cheese, Choice of Luncheon Meat or Cheese on Rye or Simmered Fran-
Naval Hospital Snackbar, Bldg. H2080 11 a.m. to 8:30: p.m. School Pork Sausage, Baked Pork & Beans, furters with Sauerkraut.
(all ages) 9:30: a.m. at Chapel Assorted Doughnuts. SUPPER-Baked Veal Loaf, Brown

Annex. Divine Worship 10:30 at BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Hot Gravy, Buttered Egg Noodles,
All other Navy Exchange activities will be closed Monday. The All Saints' Chapel. Roast Pork Sandwiches, Breakfast Seasoned Greens, Boiled Pinto Beans,
Pirates Cove will be open Sunday, from 9 a.m. tot a.m. Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Meats, French Fried Potatoes, Chilled Yellow Pound Cake.Wednesday .

All Special Services activities will be open as usual except for the High) 10:30 a.m. at Chapel An Apple Shortcake Sauce with, Baked Whipped Beans Peach 8BREAKFASTHot

Llbrarywhich will be closed both Sunday and Monday and the Gear nex. Junior and senior youth Assorted Cake Doughnuts.SUPPERTomatoVegetable. Topping, Oatmeal, Fried
Issue room which will be closed all weekend. Eggs to Order, Minced Beef on Toast,
Fellowship-1:30 at Soup,
: p.m. Bldg. 722. Hash
Browned
Monday there will be a matinee at the NAS Theatre. Evening Barbecued Chicken, Barbecue Sauce, Luncheon Potatoes, Choice of
Worship-7:30: p.m. at Mashed Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Meat or Pork Butts,
small Assorted .
Chapel. Seasoned Carrots, Southern Style Doughnuts.DINNERVegetable
Tuesday Greens, Peach Shortcake with Soup, Pan
Senior Whipped Topping. Roast or Pork Loin, Brown Gravy,
Choir-Rehearsal-7 p.m. Sunday, Snowflaked Potatoes, Mashed Sweet
I JT A X AIR N E WS at Bldg.750 and Christian Science BREAFKAST-Hot September Oatmeal, Fried Potatoes, Seasoned Lima Beans,
Service 8 p.m. at small Chapel. Eggs to 'Order, Grilled Hot Cakes, Apple Sauce, Buttered Corn on the
NAVAL HOSPITAL with Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon or cob ping., Banana Cream Pie with Top
Divine Worship-10 Ham, Cottage Fried Potatoes,
) a.m. SANDWICH
Assorted Danish Pastry. LINE-Grilled Cheeseor
The JAX AIR NEWS Is NATTC Variety Meat
a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Sandwich.
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Divine Worship-11 a.m., at Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham SUPPER..Beef Sukiyaki, Fried
Jacksonville Bldg. 500. burgers, French Fried Liver and Onions, Steamed Rice,
Florida, by the Holt Potatoes,
Publishing
Company, a Buttered
June
Baked Pork& Beans, Assorted Danish Peas, Pickled Beets,
private firm. All Copy submitted use In the JAX AIR NEWS CATHOLIC Pastry, Strawberry Shortcake with Banana Cream Pie with Topping.

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Saturday Mass. 5 p.m. at St. Whipped Topping.SUPPERCream.
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on of Potato Thursday, September
Monday before publication. News Edward's Soup
Chapel. Sunday Mass
Country Fried Steak, BREAKFAST-Hominy Grits, Fried
Items are welcomed from all/ sources. Telephone 772-3118 or 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass Whipped Potatoes, Brown Boiled Gravy Navy, Eggs to Order, Grilled. Pineapple Hot
3119. Beans, Cakes, with Maple Syrup, Choice of
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Buttered Mixed Vegetables,
Ham
or Bacon,
,
Strawberry Shortcake with Pork and Beans
Friday 11:30 Whipped
: a.m. Wednesday
Assorted
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Topping. Dish Pastry.
Mass 11:30: a.m. at the Naval 1 Monday, DINNER-Tomato Rice Soup, Cold
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, September 6 Platter
Hospital Chapel. Saturday BREAKFAST-Hominy of Sliced Ham, Bologna,
creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Confessions 4:15: and 5 Eggs to Order, French Grits Toast, Fried with Salami, Luncheon Meat, Cheddar
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal NATTC p.m. Maple Syrup, Choice of Pork Sausage, Cheese, Cold Potato Salad, Hot Baked

opportunities by an advertiser"will result In the refusal to print Sunday Mass 9:30: a.m. in Luncheon Pecan Rolls.Meat, Baked Pork& Beans, Pie.Beans, Chilled Tomatoes, Blueberry
that
advertising from source.
Building 500. DINNER-Cheese Soup, Yankee Pot SANDWICH LINE-Tuna Sandwiches
{ or Grilled Ham and Cheese.

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries

concerning such should be directed to: Have
you filled/// out
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY your .

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Chief Flies For The Fun Of ItBy I

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J03 Chuck Conrad guys I've taught have flown for passengers but a commercial Stewart, accounting for what's for the right job to come alone."
Jax "Some kids want to be the airlines Jim Baker is a license permits him to fly left of his free time. "Mostly And the time for him to start
doctors or firemen. AU I ever pilot with Delta and Tom charters and carry passengers they're short hops around the looking for that right Job Is not too
wanted to do was fly." Sutherland is a pilot for Peid- for hire. area It makes for long days but I far off since he will retire from
That's how 34 year old Chief monL" Stewart's flying makes for along enjoy 1L"Stewart the Navy with 20 years service In
Antisubmarine Warfare Chief Stewart in cooperationwith full week. "Weekends, I'm is to be transferredback December 1974.
Technician Jerry Stewart explains Jim Byron Aviation at Craig usually In the air with one of my to Norfolk in November and "I never get tired of flying.
the fact that he's logged Field in Jacksonvillehas taken to students by 6 a.m.," he says. has already nailed down a job as And I love to see it when one of
6,500 hours at a private pilot and instructing Navymen in VP 45. "Week nights usually fly from 5 Chief Instructor for Cavalier my students who has set out to
another 5,000 as a Navy air. "Right now I've around 25 to 9. That adds up to about 100 Flyers Inc. "I wanted to be at a achieve something finally passes
crewman. active students at different hours a month flying." fixed based operations so I could that last solo and gets his
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Chief Stewart, who has been aspects
with Patrol Squadron 45 at NAS ii management, charters, AU the Chief wanted to do when
Jacksonville three years, joined scheduling and instructing. he was a kid was to fly.And that's
the Navy in June 1955. He startedhis Ultimately, I want to fly for a all he's been doing lately and will
private flying six years laterin corporation. This way I can wait be doing in the future.

Norfolk, Va.
"I was a first class petty officer
at the time and I had an airman
working for me named Sam WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
Houston if you can believe
that who'd gotten his private
pilot and instructor licenses at
the University of Colorado before
coming into the service. I'd "
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PROMISE
always been interested in flying :
and he offered to teach /
me. IFTHE CONGRESS REPEALS THE FEDERAL EXCISE TAX
Before leaving Norfolk, ON AUTOMOBILES (CURRENTLY 7 PERCENT) AND SETS
Stewart obtained his commercial THE EFFECTIVE DATE TO BE AUGUST 15, 1971, AS
,single andmulti engine '- REQUESTED BY PRESIDENT NIXON, ANY TAXES PAID
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and instructor licenses -
flight BYOUR NEW CAR PURCHASERS AFTER THE EFFECTIVE
logging nearly 4,000 hours in With MOO hours of private piloting experience behind him, Chief DATE OF THAT LEGISLATION WILL BE REFUNDED.
Cessna and Piper airplanes.. Jerry Stewart is well qualified to teach other techniques of flying
Stewart says he didn't becomea aircraft. Here htuses a blackboard and chalk to illustrate a lesson for
Navy pilot because he was one of his students. WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN

married when he entered the stages of their pilot training. I fly charters for Byron 1150 Lane Avenue South Phone 781.5511
service and the Navy wouldn'taccept give them all the ground trainingfree too, whenever I've got
married men In their so all they have to foot the time after hours," says
flight programs then. bill for is their flight time. It
In the 10 years he has been them about
saves $100. Once they
flying and instructing, Stewart have their private pilot's license ''c 3
estimates he has taught about 125 their Yy .,
to
they're eligible get / ,'bL
people how to fly. commercial license and the VA
"There were three officers I
program pays for about 90 per.
taught to fly who are now Navy cent of that. "
pilots. I know that several of the
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I CHIEF JONES Navymen who were presentedwith Aviation Boatswain's Mate
awards at the recently held
L. Larramorewas
Class Gary
NAS Cecil Personnel l Inspection.Chief First with the Navy ,
presented
... Warrant <(,;!r".'- H.J. Achievement Medal for hisP'F -- CURRY WI
.s, Harrell was p *er.a.ith the
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Navy and Marine Corps Medal
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for his heroism while serving
> with Reconnaissance Attack
Squadron Seven while embarkedin
USS Independence. Warrant z
ifI Officer Harrell saved the life of a
iR'Jlrl Navy seaman from a crowd of
angry Turkish demonstrators, '
LT NISSEN. while the ship was in port at
.. Istanbul, Turkey. h
Chief Air Controlman R.W. ,.
Boike was presented with the f > lit. ,
Navy Commendation Medal for ri": ,
his meritorious service while 4 (

serving as control tower ..- r. '.. .
supervisor at Naval Air Station POt LARRAMORE LT. JONES
Cecil Field Florida.
4M The Bronze Star Medal was
presented to Lieutenant P.L.
:; ; Nissen for his outstanding per .
formance of duties Stock
DOIKE as
CHIEF Control Officer at the Vietnamese ,
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Naval Supply Center. Lt Nissen <, ,114 /
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FURNITURE CO.5JHWESCONNETI JUNIOR OFFICERS The Navy Achievement Medal

at. lMr.d 0SO LEAVING SERVICE SOON? was presented to Chief Aviation
Ordnance Technician Ronald K.
We have openings for degreed Junior Officers in Curry for his exceptional performance -
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accounting' and data processing. We provide attached to the UJS. Naval Air
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b rr Corolla Sedan $1295


A-C& Duel Carborator
Slightly more
k Corner Park & Blanding

W1YThI ? PH. 389-9490


UP TO 34 Ml
Standard fMlTEDWmv PERGAUON
BORROW
Equipment includes; Reclining Bucket Seats
I White wall tir*< Wh* i ., ., 1 .11rthL

Front disc brakes Tinted glass

70 TOYOTA CROWN Wagon..cyllnder,Auto. ,
sure your air Tinted glass R&H,WWT trans. Factory
69 PONTIAC OTO. Y.a with 4 barrel, Auto. trans., UUs
steering and brakes,Fact air,Tinted glass,R&H,WWT rower UUS
C.O. packs 69 Factory FORD air GALAXY,AM-FM stereo.'SOO' 4 Door Sedan. Loaded) Including Month Annual
49 VW CON RTI8LE.Aulo.trans., R&H,WWT S159S Amounl Monthly to Total 01>ptrctntJiol
41 BUICK SKYLARK loan' payment' repay payments rate
2 Door trVnV
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the puddingHousehold glass Power, R&H.steering, Tilt steering wheel Hardtop ulse'conft, Tinted., $ ...30$ 5.00 24 $120.00 36.50
U29S 391.29 23.00 24 552.00 35.50/
it MERCURY PARKLANE 4 Door Hardtop.V-5,Auto trans. 599.97 34.40 24 a2.UO 32.75%
Carl Power steering and Brakes,Power seats Vinyl Roof BeaumuiPLYMOUTH

C.O.'s never miss when a creamy 66 R&H WWT. Perfect Station condition Wagon.! 6 passenger,v'8'Aulo.trans.$U5, Dial FinanceThe
REAL-FRESH pudding goes in the lunch box. IMS one for the money

5 beautiful flavors..Chocolate, Vanilla, 40 W. Monroe St.

Butterscotch, Banana, Chocolate Fudge. -i 4i11 1 B 5256 356-0735 Beach Blvd.
\
Check with the troops. They'll agree 39 -2895 e

it's the "school solution.: 1310 CASSAT AYE. PHON E 309.4561'HOUE 4721 San Juan Ave.

I OF QUALITY SERVICE* 384-2314
.If f 764-2583 1436 Edgewood Ave.W

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Nominations. Being Accepted MMLi



For Civil Service AwardsJaxNominations __/ ;


are now Columbia Junior Chamber of or women, who exemplify in an ..'t I II
being accepted for the Arthur S. Commerce, Washington, D.C. to outstanding manner the primary I
Flemming Awards and the the 10 young men in the federal characteristics of Federal career
National Civil Service League service who have performed service; Efficiency, -J
Career Service Awards. unusual and outstanding work of achievement, character and
The Flemming Awards are distinctbenefit to the Government service. For service the person -. '
granted annually by the Down Male employees who will not must have ten years of local, .
\
town Chapter of the District '"
of
state, or Federal government
.
reach their 40th birthday before
January 1, 1972, are eligible for service ...- ..-. ,.. \
these awards Awards are Anyone desiring to recommend
MeritPromotions granted for exceptional nominations for this award PNCM Elbert Lindsey receives the Navy Achievement Medal from
achievement in the scientific or should contact Mr. Raymond Rear Admiral Lawrence R. Gels, Commander Fleet Air, Jackson-
technical fields, and in the Datres, Administrator, Incentive ville Chief Lindsey was awarded for his efforts as Military Personnel
executive or administrativefields. Awards Committee,Ext 3255, as Assistant for CFJ.
soon as possible. Deadline for
nominations for the Flemming .
IssuedJax The National Civil Service awards is September 17 and for :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::;:::;:;::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::;
League Career Service Awardsare the National Civil Service :
granted on a Government.wide League :: PUBLIC WELCOME' ::
Career ,
Service Awards Sep
The following merit basis to 10 employees, men tember 30. VVWVAVVV\'VV
promotion announcements':were.. I I II

issued' Chemist this, week GS-1320: .- 9, 82 71; Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-lO p.m ALL OU CAN EAT!

Security Specialist,GS 080.9,83 o PICK-UP & DELIVERY
- 71, Equipment Specialist, GS o ROAD SERVICE I r I
1670.9,84.71; Electroplater,WG
.. 9, 85 .71.Employees. o MECHANIC ON DUTY $
are urged to look
D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
for Merit Promotion Announcements CHILDREN %
on the official :::: 5:30 to 1:30 $1.0 :$:::
bulletin boards in their work area BOB'S OAK HILL
at least once a week. | TUESDAY thru SATURDAYBERKSHIRE
They are also encouraged to unisnSERVICE
contact the Employment Office, I HOUSE |
Ext 3448, or the Rating Branch,
Ext 2320,Employment Division, CENTER103rd !:::: RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN CATERING SERVICE :%;:
Civilian Personnel Departmentto s >>
:j: THE VILLAGE SQUARE LONDONTOWNE 1579 LANE AVE so. 8jti ::
inquire about positions in Jammes Road 771.9156 :::: ';
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fiii.iii.f\\l Fair Housing It For Real ?




W '-"" to solve What the black (or
and to attempt Mexican.
P' Jax- Is the Navy really serious Equal OpportunityFor resolving complaints between inquiries the problem. If the local com- American or Indian or Nisei)
ft and landlords.Act .
about the Equal Opportunity All tenants mander cannot resolve the serviceman may not realize is
,. program? Does it really try to as a point of contact for he will impose rental that his report, added to other
complaint,
I "take of its M'nT" The off-base Referral military personnel who encounter
care ( Housing
}v' discrimination when restrictions and forward the case reports, can help the HRO
The answer to both of these program operates in conjunctionwith the Department of Housing and establish a pattern which will
is but the in seeking off base housing. to
\ questions "yes", Equal Opportunity Development for further prove that a landlord is actually
sometimes the bit Off-Base The Advise commanders on Urban
\( going gets a Housing Program. and resolution. practicing discrimina tion.
( when first HRO's established in imposing restrictive sanctions action
1 rough especially ser- were bea The two steps all
should always servicemenare
f wives don't in the against rental properties that are The first step
vicemen and their 1967 United States at some
t urged to take to
,+ keep up with strategic items in 250 installations which had 500 or not made available to all personnel report to the HRO. In addition, assist in
In the United combating discrimination
\ military newspapers, Plan of the more military personnel The without discrimination. any serviceman to are:
he has been Report the HRO
who believes on
States
f# Days, and on bulletin boards. program was so successful that it arrival at
take a new base and
,
4 I Or, if they are new to the Navy, was subsequently expanded to Restrictive Sanctions discriminated against may
File a complaint with
\I'' if they fail to do a little investigating provide referral services to all any of the following steps. the
{ on their own to find military personnel in the United Restrictive sanctions are a key File a complaint directly HRO if discrimination is en

out how to let the services take States and at overseas locations factor In eliminating housing with the Secretary of Housingand countered.In .
r care of them. designated by the Services.At discrimination. Urban Development, using the off base housing area

1 i present there are HRO's at _...-" ,- ,,"' surrounding NAS Jacksonville,
, \ few cases of
very housing
Housing Referral more than 442 military in.
discrimination have
t Offices stallations. been

\ The main objective of the reported. According to Housing
\ Consider Referral Referral Officer, Lt. E. L.
Housing program is to provide military r
ti li} Offices (HRO's) for example. A personnel and their families, v Watkins, complaints of) this sort

'S recent Navy survey revealed that authorized to live in the civilian q. have been minimal in the past

!I out of 7,000 Navy wives queried, community, with a personalized few years, and at the present
l fewer than half were aware of the and conveniently available time there are no rented quarterson

existence of HRO's. service to assist in locating a the off limits list. However,

And yet, the HRO Is frequently suitable, non discriminatory off > there are lists of landlords who
.w
the key to solving the most urgent base housing. > practice discrimation in the Cecil

and difficult problem facing the This Is how the program works. Field and Mayport areas, and

bewildered and travel weary Each HRO Is required to: these. are available at the local

l military family arriving at a new Maintain a complete, up-to- HRO in Building 13.
( Installation finding a place to date listing of suitable apartments Any military person who feels

: live off base In a strange trailer courts, and houses that he las been discriminated

i community. And the HRO may for rent within the commutingarea against is encouraged to call

': prove to be a special benefit for which are available to all either the Housing Referral

I the black Navy family that could military personnel without Office, 772-2844, or the Commanding -

run a risk of humiliation or segregation, or discrimination I Officer's Action Line,

rejection by racially prejudiced because of race, color, sex, ;r{ 772-2278. Remember that unless

landlords, In addition to the usual religion or national origin; list I such incidents are reported, the
\' house hunting problems faced the rents asked; provide In- '/ # Navy is unable to assist in

by every family not assigned to formation on schools, churches, abolishing discrimination.
on-base housing. shopping centers and other AN INTERVIEW with a Housing consultant gives a Navy family

A Department of Defense community services; and display information on l local housing. Family Services

directive states that if landlordsare maps showing locations.

found guilty of practicing Insure when houses for sale Many Navy personnel are not HUD Form 903 ((2 69)), availableat Needs VolunteersJaxThe

discrimination in choosing are listed, that they are for rentor aware that they are required to any HRO. Family Ser

tenants rental restrictions will sale to anyone without check with HRO before renting Go directly to court, even if vices Officer invites

be placed on their property and discrimination. private housing, even If they do a complaint has not been filed anyone interested in

they will be barred from rentingto Counsel military personnelon not need' HRO assistance in with HUD or the military com) volunateer work at their

American servicemen. how to obtain assistance in finding housing. All permanent mand.Write office to a meeting Wed

change of station orders include to the U. S. Depart- nesday at 9:30: a.m. at
a paragraph or reference to ment of Justice.
Choose The Career That Offers Bldg. 13 to help organize a
this effect. Regardless of what method of new volunteer) workforce.
Any memeber of the Armed filing a complaint is chosen, in
Of Four committees
*cm The Most Out Life! are
Forces who believes he has been every instance complainantsmay
currently to begin-
discriminated against in housingcan get help from the local open
TRAIN FOR A"JET-AGE" CAREER WITH THEAirlines ners: Office Staff,
seek redress in several ways. military legal assistance officerin

The first step, regardless of preparing and filing com Welcoming, Emergency
Assistance and
.... which method complainant Lending
a plaints.
\ A career with the airlines offers a Closet Other
; challenge for young men and worn- chases, should be to initiate the Often a black serviceman only Repair.
Z. .,, en. Prepare for jobs in reservations action by reporting suspected suspects discrimination but positions are available to
.. I optrI.tions. ticketing pas discrimination to the local members who display a
HRO
: doesn't think
he
'. :'\. senger servile, ramp agent etc. can prove it. continued, devoted interestin
Many company benefits including and reporting it promptly. Furthermore, he doesn't want to
the
travel Once a complaint is made, all appear to be a complainer or Family Services
mission
installation commanders are troublemaker as soon as he
AN INTERESTING CAREER FOR MEN-WOMEN-COUPLES For further informationon
to conduct
required preliminary arrives at a new base.
'' Motel Management how you can be a part of

j this vital service, call Lt.
;
Train for stimulating, well paying !If Watkins at 772 2844. All
don't
positions as managers, asst. man you want' interested persons are
? ? agers,desk clerks, housekeepers, welcome.
hostesses. Training includes practical a
instruction at school owned Volkswagen
motels.

." no hard
( feelings. OMESffCn L.
TRAIN FOR A HIGH-PAYING CAREER AS A ( OR

Heavy Equipment -. \' IIf: 1'

Operator 70 DUSTER 340 $2595 -
..., ::. ;..;;;i!' -:::.. _
2 Door R 8 H, M 11
t i Learn to operate cranes draglines AT PS PB,A C,Vinyl top. ..
.
Ir clamshells scrapers bulldozers -?-
loaders trenchers backhoes etc. 69 RAMBLER 440 Wagon $1495 TJ Mm
Earn high annual incomes! r
I Blue, R & H, Automatic, Power Steering. WSW


AN EXCELLENT CAREER FOR MEN AND WOMEN 68. MUSTANG Convertible $1295 .... ::.... : : '

'.1 s\ Insurance Adjusting Green R & H Automatic WSW

/",.J. ,..'" ., :,. ,il
1 \ 69 PONTIAC GTO n
.), I' .. Adjusters and Investigators are urgently $2695R
needed to settle billions of 4, H,AT, .
r PS A C,Mag Wheels,
It dollars in claims each year. Excellent Vinyl Top d: rIll'llall
I salary company car and expense 67
CHEVY t.:
Camero '
account usually furnished. $1595 I
\ t .
}I A.NI.H Mtmtir N N S C. Green with black vinyl .8, .\ \19 l
4P' factory air ,
uto.
,I NATIONWIDE PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE power steering R&H.p'v trans., 1 a
t Il,
ppoovto roe vmDINS AND INSIRVICI nitONNti OVER 80 CARS
TO CHOOSE FROMI 5821 San Juan at Niblick
Mail, Coupon Today or For Immediate 'Information' Ph..... <30S)43-i ..
** tttlsls UNIVERSAL- taass -TRAINING- tors SERVICE its -,-DepL-No.ttw BN40 ttten tttlos Ilan ::::::::;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:.:.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Phone 384.4406c@XJ

I 1901 N. W.7' Street Miami, Fla. 33125 I

I null SING mroiMAiiON ON TM( HAININS' MOC AM i HAVE CMICKIO CHIC ONIT ONE I TOM .1, 2 and :1 BEDROOMS

Q Atftint C,.'.l'.../Cyil.mt, f.wrtA e"..,.,., tPry.nl op.,,,,, I BUSH e GARDEN TYPE APARTMENTS .
Q Milt MiiMitmtnl Q .nc.I'IV'.ft''I''('

I ...... Nty ... INDIVIDUAL AIR CONDITIONING
...... II VOLKSWAGEN Ii AND HEATING

A..h_ DRAPES FURNISHED
9860 ATLANTIC
I (, Nlar jH_ I BUD, I CARPETING
WALLTO
\ I........ A., WALL POOLSr
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r
[ A. ERNIE GROSE /C./ TAKE OUT ORDERS-DININO ROOM KNOX ENCO SERYICENTER
1 PREMIUM BEER-CHOICE CUT STEAKS
L 1948 BlandIng Boulevard ITALIAN SANDWICHES-SPAGHETTI 4 PHONE: 349'9161 or UI-342J
__ PHONE 389.0338 r Electronic Wheel Balancing
-- "PIZZA"
Automobile Insurance For Everyone -'- OUR SPECIALITY! .j Total Engine Performance
HOURS: Analyzed Electronically
SAME DAY COVERAGESTATE v VMBHW T V Sun, Thurs 4pm 11.30pm e.r.
O S&H GREEN STAMPS
j9 H' Friday 4pm O4Jam
FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO. t Closed Tuesday Saturday 4pm 12 4Sam / __ With All Purchases
Home Office ,
: Bloomington Illinois
3619 Blending Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 ,- 4710 SAN JUAN AVENUE
I
11I"1 .! IIJjlI11IJjt!!! : ':*''t C,.."%:* I .: -' ,r<.x'"'', '' '. c, .. 554. ; ?'.;1t.4f' ..*>
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TEXACO J t 2' O'O3 fj Ji Cams 0" 7MIXBOIT.V.
"Next Door to the Gull Station
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JERNGAN'STEXACO/ .transportation lr l SPECIALS D Sales & Service
Fords,Chevys,Darts RCA A ZENITH COLOR BLACK A WHITE
SERVICEALL Falcons,Novas,Plymouths p. 8TCMKO"W
MECHANICAL WORK GUA"ANTErD: q -
PICK.UP, A DELIVERY 8 NKAMe.r'CARD'

We have a complete line of HAULS! CARL 8. JORDAN, RANDOLPH S. TRUITT, WELCOME HERi
(USN, Ret.) II
4OOa BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771.!'D13 BELL THE BEST SERVICE' THE REST'
,.. Orange Park Ph. 2&4-8661
Grant Plaza at 103rdComplete

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PHONE 264-92W S Snack Bar-54 Hole CourseSATURDAY

OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION I SHRIMir or CHICKEN J

I[Ntd VOIr Car IIspecttd1 ALL YOU CAN EATs AND MONDAY

For Only./ .$ 7 ..39I DOLLAR
RED GREENE'S GARAGEFour Includes French Fries & C&tzES
Miles South ofNAS.Highway 1J.Orange Park Cole Slaw and Hush Puppies S DAYPLAY
Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors TOP HAT ALL DAY

Open 0800-1800 Monday thru Friday I DRIVE IN I 9 AM tod PM '
MINOR REPAIRS
AVAILABLE. : 2045 BLANDING I BOULEVARD PHONE M8-9553 R PHONE 771-2803 4825 Blanding Blvd.

_iM1''t :t. r.?'::: ';Z _r ; 111I9. _. !1__ ri; jll"I JIiIX '"
OPEN 7 YS A WEEK We Welcome BankAmerlcard & Master Charge "Your Mobile/ Home Shopping Center"Mustaflgt
VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR SPECIAL
11Lurl103rd Includes All Labor,NEW HO Clutch&Pressure Plate
STREET f ISN (MARKET ALL SEDANS


'If It Swim. We Have If i M, 't C f4 '6115, U P i 89 sO'
FISHSHRIMPOYSTERSLODSTERSCRABHEAT
< MOBILE HOMES
Air Cond. Models IN
IH SEASON AA/.r t $8 EXTRA 4118 PHILIPS HWY. 737-4366
Featuring Specially Prepared Imported ServiCenter 5070 NORMANDY BLVD. 387-6489
Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs (Formerly Roosevelt Mall Pure) Over 150 New & lW Mobile Homes
6567103rd Street Phone 772-0981 44 f 7 ROOSEVELT BLVD. Phone: JI7-.T5I1 to choose from

.* *!:n D i.."..o ,!i$};; i *:: ;i'.\U. r:11: t[ 'I'W! '. I1. .,:':I; .,.._ _

BLANDING BOULEVARD S OPEN7OAYSAWEEK..7AMTO10PMNERLONG
I Viresfon. ROAD COIN LAUNDRY
OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION .
JIM THORSBY {USN Retired,) Mqr. RAIN SOFT WATER..Cleaner Clothes with half the soap.
and Service Tlres-B.llerles-FroB' End Service I (Also 20 lb.and 30 Ib. washers recommendedfor .
HONEST COURTEOUS ................................................................................. rugs,blankets and heavy work clothes) ;,

Wt Aim Headlights SERVICE,Replace Bulb RADIOS TV' : No Waiting! ,
And Windshield Wiper Blades FREE ESTIMATES/ O BRAKE WORK 40 Top Load Washers -j
Vi Mile South of Orange Park High 19 30 lb. Dryers : '
On Blanding (State Road 21)) I I ,/ 'JJ.1 8024 HERLONG ROAD .. \

.JAMES S. Military JACKSONU. Retired j a 1 f i.'Iur' ___Iy (Next Ph.Door 355-4443 to 7.11 Store) ,

PHONE 264-S343_ I 5998 Normandy Blvd. 7M-0821

i.. M $ u.I .
& 'k';?.$ aA j

j I ottet What all of Joi has
Performance Parts Co. ,,
fluicK I i been wolfing for'
f'I, MILITARY DISCOUNTDomestic j ; lr1 "O\\\e\ Brand New If 71 Models
Prices start at...
MOBILE HOMES j( & Foreign .", et\tG 3695.
;
Discount Center AUTO PARTSSTAN D( ea' k

CRANBROOK GILL Wce to Pa't _
ESQUIRE I ""
FLEETWOOD BUTLER SKYLARK 3631 E//ERSON Ph. 396-3658 Iiii
DEAN KITCHIN BETTER LIVING %
14Z S.LANE A VE. PHONE 781-9611 i 6417 ROOSEVELT Ph. 387-4448 8985 Normandy Blvd. Phone 786-2375

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Project Transition : A Step



,I To Civilian Career SuccessJaxIf


;, you're getting order of the President, interested in acquiring a
short and are wonderingwhat Project Transition is civilian job skill, or wantsto
you'll do when your just what the name im- learn a new one, the
enlistment is up, Project plies-a program aimed at Transition counselor in- r. 4 ti
: Transition may have the providing education', skills vites him to select a job at
: answers you've been and preparation for one of the more than one

,: looking for.Established. military men and women hundred businesses
in 1967 by who are rejoining the currently participating in
civilian world. the Jacksonville area. The I
f f Six months prior to an list includes electrical

J y enlisted person's date of companies, grocery ,
separation, he is in- stores, department stores, ,
terviewed by the Station beauty shops and mor-
Career Counselor. If he tuariesto name just a few. Many Perfect Transition personnel choose to work at mechanical
A does not intend to reenlistor trades. Here Thomas Alston (left) examines a truck engine as his
ti', '":" When a Navymen is supervisor points out a malfunctioning segment.
"\ ...... is undecided, hew is recommended for Project
.4 tl" referred to the Project Transition and his division and who did not acquire a training in civilian skills
Transition Office where related skill acquired prior to service
.. approves the request, the civilian
t \ Ir.. another interview is business employer is during their period of -have low education
conducted and forms
.... : are notified and a job is active duty achievement
filled
out to determine
'-" almost Naval Air Station
arranged. Under Project -served ex-
I LCdr. Richard B. Cantwell, what the individual's Transition the clusively in the combat Jacksonville is the
person
NAS Protect Transition Officer. future plans are. If he is
works 40 hours a week a this type military specialists Transition Site for all
regular Navy -desire upgrading of Naval facilities in the
NOW... YOU AND YOUR salary. The their military skills whichare Southeast. Transition

businessman does not pay civilian related Officer LCdr. Richard B,
FAMILY CAN REALLY LIVE !Ir It Iv for the labor; in fact, he -require refresher Cantwell and his staff of

signs a training agreementwith .. four assistants-two
the Navy guaran- I!,'. t i, counselors, a secretaryand

teeing not to. .... a muster reporter-
Project Transition is not operate the site which
for everyone. Many presently has about 150
Servicemen and women personnel under its
receive sufficient training cognizance. Anyone in-
either before or during terested in obtaining
their enlistment and are further information about

fully prepared to competein Project Transition may do
the civilian job market. s 4Television so by calling either Chief
But for a great number of Renforth or Mr. Hansen at
others, it is a valuable 772-3272 or 3273.
stepping stone to a post- \

military career. Priority is .,. .
'IIi'" given to Project Transition .....-: _..- I1 1 : HO.NOA '

....IN A FINESELECTION \ applicants who: repair is a booming
-are combat disabledare business in this decade and MOTORS& CYCLES CO.
OF HOMES ineligible to reenlist Navyman, David Lapage will be 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
-entered the Navy withno well prepared to enter the field PHONE 771-8244
STILL AVAILABLE AT.... civilian job experience with his background of Transition
training. HARMONYVILLAGE
: CK.XM % :lR:

3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMES 788 Fruit Cove Road

$18,700 $23,000 ... --- ....,.. Restricted Mobile Home
....--.
VA and FHA FINANCING '". . .... Development for Adults. Smiles
south of 295 and St.
Special Rd. '13'and 12 miles from
The BELLAIR C-10 Mainslde Gate. Buy your
own shady lot with $350.
r down or select a packageunit
of 2 or 3 BR that are on
Financingfor display ready to move In.
All utilities underground.Ideal .
for retirement. See to
,
appreciate.FOR .
1 1y
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ADDITIONAL


Service CALL INFORMATION 724-4125



S19,750-S21,000 Personnel
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Shangri-La Marine Liaison Sgt.

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MothballedJax Ends Lengthy Career

old
-A proud lady strippedof .,
her armament but not her -

heritage the famed World WarII Jax MSgt Edward A. Liddy, accomplishments and the legacyyou
aircraft carrier USS Shangri- assistant first sergeant of the AE leave behind," the notation
La joined the inactive fleet for the i Marine Liaison Office here, stated. Present at the ceremonywere
third time in 26 years. received a MATSG unit plaque MSgt Liddy's wife Frances
Few people turned out for the from Maj.j John C. Weare, and his father, Charles E. Liddy.
decommissioning ceremony at executive officer, upon being
the Boston Naval Shipyard transferred to the Fleet Marine
compared to the thousands who '" ., Corps Reserve Tuesday. aaaaar
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jammed the Norfolk Navy Yardin : it, ',, MSgt Liddy finished an active ,
February 1944 when the ship ''''" duty career of 21 years and seven
was launched.The months that included service in
both the Korean and of
Republic
40,000 ton carrier was ,:.1;, .
l \\;' ,. Vietnam Conflicts.For .
commissioned a U. S.Navy man \: : ,. his service in Vietnam he
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of. war in September that year. ,,'','J',. ,.;...... was awarded the Combat Action
The Shangri La quickly proved a : 'f" ', Ribbon, the Vietnamese Service
worthy successor to the USS I Medal and the Vietnamese
Hornet in the Pacific Fleet as it a Campaign Medal.
served as a launch for raids According to MATSG Commanding
against Japanese ships and in- b. Officer, LtCol. L. E. V
dustrial targets. Numerous air '. Blanchard, MSgt. Liddy's per 4 !JJ
strikes during July and August of \ ,. ,. formance throughout the years
1945 earned Shangri La its ""It t,1 WORRY KID. YOU'll GET
: -' has indeed been noteworthy."You DON'T
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nickname "Tokyo Express." !}, .1/1f/IIJ/fIf:T'' can be, proud of your many THE HAS OF IT'!'" .
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Prior to its decommissioning .
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an extended Western Pacific
deployment, operating off the '.q 1 KATHY
coast of South Vietnam. ,.1 '
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The carrier is being towed to LOOKING BACK-A ShangrLUcrewman' gaits back at his ship, \I"
Bayonne, N. J. where it will join high and Jry In ont of the dry docks at Boston Naval Shipyard, ,h1Et. .R__T r-sre,4 ; *, PIANO &
other ships of the Inactive awaiting decommissioning.The SONGSTRESS
Reserve Fleet > "i JV i.3K Monday through SaturdayHMWINHHIIUNINIMMMWIimiMIMWWMNMMM

Christmas Dates SetJaxThe Ii "" .

.1 Mailing SPECIAL RATES $6.00 per person
FOR SERVICEMEN double occupancy

Entertainment nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biier'i Seafood
U.S. Postal Service, post cards, and greeting cards originating overseas for deliveryto Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
in conjunction with the military should be mailed between October another overseas address or to Swimming Pool. Fret Undercover Parking.
departments, has established the 19 and November 22, 1971. the continental United States are
following periods for Christmas Parcel Air Lift (PAL) should be the same as the above. However,
mail: mailed between October 26 and commanding officers may adjustthe 'lI JACKSDNVIlE
Surface parcels addressed to November 29, 1971. Parcels, mailing dates if appropriate.
armed forces personnel overseas letters and cards bearing airmail Factors that should be con MOTOR HOTEL
should be mailed between October postage should be mailed between sidered are the distance from the 901 Main Street Phone 355.3744
12 and November 8, 1971. November 30 and point of origin to the delivery Within walking distance to all points interest.
Space Available Mail (SAM) December 13, 1971. address and the frequency of
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I Navy Sets Sea Tour MinimumJaxThree


years has been new minimum sea tour will OLD
established as the minimum effect many enlisted personnel i. :.
length for all projected sea tours. currently serving on projectedsea :
For the majority of personnel tours of less than 36 montns.
whose sea tours will be increased To minimize the impact on these
the associated normal individuals, the 36-month sea
shore tours will also be tours will be phased in over a 12. ; i PRICES

.lengthened. month period in 1972.

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'PAGE 10 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


I 1 Cecil DN Carries OnNAS RATCF At Cecil I


Cecil..Down through the After Freddie canes
Ides of history, there have always Joseph is also in the Navy ands The facility at t NAS Cecil Is one rework allows greatly Increased computer has eliminated this.
been famous military people who serving in the capacity of a P02. of the many RATCFs located at utilization of the ACLS trainingfor problem, aiding it's reliability.Not
have had an outstanding military Joseph has 6 years in the Navy up major air stations throughout the the fleet pilots. The multi only is this Installation the
heritage in their family. to this time. He also has a Viet country. The RATCF or Radar runway system has eliminatedthe first remoted shore ACLS unit
Cecil has one man aboard that Nam tour to his credit Air Traffic Control Facility is the lost training caused by the and the first to have the multi
might not be famous but his And, before James comes into Navy's counterpart to t the FAA changes from the fixed ACLS runway feature, it also has one
family is definitely military view, sister Rozenla steps Terminal Radar Approach runway of the other station other highly advantageous
orientated DN James G. Free of into the picture. James sister Control (TRACON) and In many having ACLS. From a pilots function for the Naval Aviator. It
the Cecil Dental Department is Rozenia spent two years as a cases works In conjunction with a standpoint, the Cecil ACLS will provides two separate touchdown
fully aware of the military Navy WAVE pcrsonelman in TRACON. be Identical to the familiar AN- points for each runway. One pointIs
presidcnce in his family. Pensacola, Florida. She is Cecil is fortunate In that it SPN-42 shipboard installation. the normal touchdown point,
DN Free has 8 other brothers presently working for the U.S. possesses both an excellent Shore Installations typically use a the other provides for a short
and sisters who range in age from Government Post Office climate and fine facilities. It's radar antenna to aircraft touchdown field arrestment. These
33 to 13. Of the 8,6 are either in Last but not least comes location provides year around point distance of approximately capabities allow Cecil to offer
the service at the present time or James. James has 8 months in fleet training unaffected by the 500-500 feet, whereasat highly precise approaches
have been in the service. the Navy, and prior to reporting inclement weather of more Cecil this distance will approach regardless of weather or wind.
Starting with the oldest, whichis aboard Cecil, he spent 12 weeks in northern fields. Most basic of 7,000 feet In order to
James brother, Jerry, Jerry DN .school in San Diego, Cecil's facilities are it's four accomodate the four runways. These elements allow Cecil to
spent four years in the Navy and California. runways, north-south and east Although this will cause a certain provide training throughout the
finihsed up his tour as a P03. James mother and father, Mr. west dual runways. With three degradation In the accuracy of entire spectrum of carrier
Staying out in dvlian lifea and Mrs. George G. Free, who runways of 8,000 feet and one of the approaches, it will remain an aviation with the exception of the
while, Jerry apparently hail from Columbia, South 12,500 and adequate land area, extremely accurate landing aid. pitching and moving deck, Not
decided that being a civilian Carolina, are very proud of their Cecil is capable of handling To provide the necessary radar only will the usual field approaches -
wasn't for him, so he! entered the sons and daughters. When asked future changes should they be coverage, the antennas had to be be available but the
.. Army.Jerry is now Captain and what his parents thought about dictated by aircraft operating modified to swing through 310 CVA type environment can also
during the 10 years that he has all of his brothers and sisters, characteristics. degrees as opposed to the 110 be closely simulated. The CCA or
been in the Army, Jerry has seen including himself joining ther In the radar room, Cecil degrees on the carrier. This and Carrier Controlled Approachwith
action in Viet Nam on two oc service, James said, 'Well they utilizes an FAA type ASR-6 anew computer-buffer complex it's marshall point, pushover
casions. are pretty proud of all of us.' search radar, two FRN-36 complete the major equipment times, and vectors to a ACLS
Next in line is James brother Then he added, 'Mom also said, radars, one FRN-52 precision modifications. The old computer final approach are all readily
George. George spent two yearsin 'We've done our part' radar and the AN-SPN-42 ACLS required a reload of Instructionsin available. These capabilitiesallow
the Army and today is a very or Automatic Carrier Landing the event of a power failure, Cecil to qualify for the title
busy brick mason. JJlenuContinued System. The ASR-6 Is the radar additional circuitry In the new Master Jet Base.
Freddie is next in the family that knits the approach control
line Freddie is presently in the ( from Pg. 2) facility together. It provides the
Navy and is a P03. Freddie has overall information necessary to
been in the Navy for three years. Simmered'UPPER-Corned Deep Fat Beef Fried, O'Brien Fish, or coordinate the various approaches

Question: Will Freddie re-enlist? Potatoes, Italian Style Kidney Beans, being made to the field.
Stay tuned for part two next year Fried Cabbage, Salad Bar, The FPN-36 or) Quad radar is
when Freddie completes his first Strawberry Cream Pie; Coconut named for it's four functions,
Cream Pie, Hot Cornbread, Assorted
tour of duty. Breads-Butter, Saltines, Iced Tea, search, precision, height finding y
Iced Beverages, Hot Coffee, Hot Tea, and taxi serves mainly as a aawca
Imaats.-airs-asoar. Fresh Milk. preclson approach radar and a
PHONE MS 15)5
I I II WednesdayBREAKFAST.Assorted backup search radar for the ASR-
Dry
II Cereal, Assorted Fresh Fruit, Hot 6. The FPN-52 Is another piece of
Rolled Oats, Chilled Fruit Juice, precision gear having a nine mile
(] Grilled Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot final approach corridor. -x
I Cakes, French Toast, Hot Maple
Syrup, Broiled Pork Sausage, Hashed Certainly the most distinctive .as
I 1-_ 1249.1231 King St. I Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar, Fresh aspect of the -Cecil RATCF. one
I. Jacksonville, Florida 32204 I Milk, Hot Tea, Hot Coffee, Hot Toast, that sets it apart from all the .
a Butter, Jam-Jelly, other facilities is, it's multi

runway ACLS.This multi runway
AL SAGER SAYS: capability is new and has -
required a certain amount of
"COME ON OVER"DOMESTIC redesign in the system. This New RATCF Unit at Cecil. I



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Aye ASSORTED COLORS can get to Cecil Field or the '
.. Naval Air Station turn right on San Juan Continue, past
ACCESSORIESALSAGER In 10 minutes; downtown Jacksonville in 15. 3 Cedar Creek bridge Jammes Road
fj Apartments have Individually controlled -turn left to apartments.
heating and air conditioning, carpeting ,Y4
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I Movie Schedule
Call: 388.2755
JAX AIR NEWS ;

NAS Jacksonville Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
t Tuesday for publication. the
following Thursday
LATW I IN G E R Ads arriving too late for this' deadline will be aLS Hi JH ML flUlBJLJLJH m m M
Published the following week unless the
NAS Cecil I FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE
Publisher
is Instructed
: otherwise A checK or Thursday mberZ Sunday,September S
money order for the full cost of the ad must be
received WITH the copy for the ad.
: NAS: 'THE DESERTER' Color NAS: 'MAD DOGS AND

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 western starring Bddm Fermlu ENGLISHMEN' Color musical

Jacksonville Florida 1 Per additional line ((4 words per line) soc and Chuck Connors. 'GP' G (99 documentary starring Joe

: mlns. Cocker and Leon Russell. 'GP'

__ VG (118 mins.)
-- _. HOSPITAL: 'ON A CLEAR
HOSPITAL: 'ADVENTURESOF
DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER'

M"'JQYM: fit* .-{, .ftR..._EA'L'l STA"T'E' W.:'r.- Ft.ARISTOCRAFT Color musical comedy starring HUCKLEBERRY FINN'
"'" Fiberglass top, 1967 90 HP Johnson all Barbra Streisand and Yves
elect motor. Neptune tilt trailer, 264 !Monday, September 6
GENERALOFFICEPut CASH 9564 or 389.3100. Montand. 'G' E ((130 mins..

your office skills to work and earn We buy, sell and trade equities. NAS: 'TELL ME THAT YOU
HIGH PAY. Work when & where you n CHEVY IMPALA 3
Louise T. Bailey Friday, September
wish NO FEE. Call: 771.3605 Broker 2 Dr HT, Blue, V 8, AT, R & H, PS, LOVE ME, JUNIE MOON' Color
NORRELL $390 drama starring Liza Minelli and
Temporary Services ASTRO MOTORS NAS: 'NOON ZERO TWO'Color Ken Howard 'GP' VG ((113
396 5371 6566 Blvd. science fiction
NEW HOMES Normandy starring mins.)
3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built-In.Range, James Olson and Catherine Von
1t71 SHASTA MOTORHOMEFully HOSPITAL 'MAD DOGS ANDENGLISHMEN'
JOE'SHANDYMAN :
SERVICEThe Cent. Heat, Prices.from $18,300 up. equipped, Including air.cond. Schell. 'G' G (100()() mins.)
Impossible we do Immediately FHA or VA Terms Fast Occupancy. ..
5600 miles.$7850or best offer 2645522.
Miracles take a little longer. House Edw. 0. Lyon Broker, 781IJJl.
painting, household repairs, minor 'n HONDA
HOSPITAL: 'THE DESERTER' 7NAS'WALKINGSTICK'
Tuesday, September
appliance repairs, screens, fixtures, 65 cc with saddlebags & helmet. $150,
glass,etc. Joe Hurwitz, 264-4135 (USN 'HIDDEN WATERS' 2646285.

RET Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots 1$' BOAT-CORNET : Color
available. Excellent fishing, boating, 120 HP, Merc Cruiser, Inboard, Saturday, September 4 drama starring David(lemmings
PERMANENT PARTTIMEMen swimming. Mobile Home area Also Outboard, $2150. 264.6643. and Samantha Eggar. 'GP' VG
needed to take retail Inventories. permanent l home area. High, wooded NAS: 'ADVENTURES OF ((101 mins.)
Week day evenings, Sat. & Sun., work lots. E.Z Terms. One mile E. Lake OPEL STA. WON
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WYNNE REALTY of Florida,Inc. HOSPITAL: 'NOON ZEROTWO' NAS: 'THE COMIC' Color
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Cent. H & Air, ww Carpet, Ap

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Also all day Sunday, Jernigan's
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Texaco Station. Blanding Blud.BICYCLEMECHANIC. House for Sale, 3 BR, 2 B, Patio, VOLKSWAGEN INC.tiijl
Fenced, Fla. Room, Central Alr-Heat. ,
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Retiring soon. Full Time. Wagner's, .
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NEED BABYSITTER ,,,!'','< $;.i.,< ''*.M'f/[,RENTALS R 100 %
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Area. Call Mrs. Hembly 264-5449. ((4.
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Cent. Air & Heat, Near Bases, Navy GUARANTEE
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Mastercharge & BankAmericard '.\. .' 0 O' .. ASSEMBLIESBRAKE
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TV ANNOUNCER B8. J Mobile Home
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any hour. 398.8926 _
Conditioned, Radio and Heater, White
MOR O-plaYfcr a high.

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS 1 Qtr.JUSTISS Mile No.TRAILER of NAS, clean PARK modern stepping stripper based'in a recent fa. 69 VW Sedan
a
Consoles detective movie on $1650Radio
some with AM FM, tape trailer and Apts. 3893007
players. At dealers cost to liquidate vorite character from American*' and Heater, 4-Speed, Choice of Colors
stof k. Full warrantyl I Phone 771.0409. mystery fiction, "Marlowe.

AIR C CONDITIONING SERVICE .. TRANSPORTATION' She this hip killed grinding the audience number before with 68 VW Sedan $1495Radio

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f being "killed" herself by a and Heater, Diamond Blue.
Repairs. Reasonable. MUSTANG member of the cast
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Units Make
HistoryJax

,
The men of Marine Attack aboard the USS Independence, 4 H,
,. Squadron(VMA) 142 and the August 3 5.
Marine Air Reserve Training Commander Carrier Division
Detachment here gained a Two, RAdm. Houser, com-
commendable reputation and mended the Marine pilots and tP
I : high recognition for their per. support personnel "Who per
formance aboard the carrier USS formed like professionals the
f Independence last month. first time"
For the first time in Marine Brigadier General Jay W,
i -I Corps aviation history a Reserve Hubbard, commanding general,
squadron was tasked with carrier 4th Marine Aircraft Wing and cl
: flight operations during annual Marine Air Reserve Training

training duty. Command participated in the .l
\ Pilots and suppcrt personnel carrier operations himself and
i 1,1 from both the squadron and cited the squadron's per-
if MARTD, as well as pilots from formance as being "superior in
f ': Marine Air Reserve squadronsacross every respect" and "more than PN2 Hohman
the country conducted met active duty fleet professional
r t J carrier qualification operationsAcid standards."
/ VP-56 Names

) t burns of the skin: Remove son in the shower and use a
!\ the clothing from the affected gentle stream of water. After Honorman For
Y, r ri area. Don't waste time! thorough flushing with water,
i Cut or tear the clothing off the apply a solution of bicarbonateof

IT'S OVER-Members of Marine Attack Squadron 142, Marine Air affected area If necessary The QuarterJax
soda the
Flush the burned area gently to burned area. Call
Reserve and the Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment, return to
I with clear cool water; copious for medical help as soon as pos
NAS Jacksonville at the end of their two weeks of Annual Training amounts, or put the burned per- sable
Duty. -On awarded Larry C.
Hohman was Honormanof
fREE DaMS the Quarter by VP-56 XO,Cdr.

<< ; OUNDAtION Hulon Pr Fillingane. This awardis
given four times a year to the
ENTRIES,,, enlisted man who exhibits out
standing dedication to his duties
\I and his squadron.
Prior to checking into VP-56 in
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Feb. 1971 Hohman received the
I award for the month for the
\\ rs Naval Photographic Center at the

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I Be Your Own Tour GuideThe


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Everglades National Park center with
represents the southernmostpoint Everglades life. Park exhibits of trail leading to the largest stand
on the U.S. mainland vast give nature walks rangers of mahogany in the country.
at
'river of grass' that affords intervals and naturalists frequent Orchids are plentiful this forest
shelter to an incalculable number duty daily to are on out you're not allowed to pick
answer questions. them.
of waterfowl, fish and animals, Two trails lead from the visitors Return to the Main Park
Road
and then left to...
including some that can't be center here.The GUMBO UMBO
found anywhere else. You can TRAIL is a 1.3 mile surface loop PAUROTIS POND. Turn righta
few
by a brooding lake in the where hundred yards to the pond.
picnic you first
sense tile atmosphere You rrr .'
are now at the northern :
shade of mahogany trees, or see of a tropical hammocka
fringe of
the immense
the story of the Everglades on ( group of trees in the vast saw- forest that mangrove
from here to
spreads
film.We start this 158-mile trip in grass region. Ferns and
or- the
coast. There's
Miami, but you may begin at any chids may be seen hanging from lakeside picnic a lovely
area,
point. the trees.
The ANHINGA TRAILa surrounded
with
by
START : Go south from Miamion plank walk above the tall mangroves,
swamp, paurotis palms rising above
U.S. 1 to Florida City, and turn affords a fine view of the endless them. Continue to....
right on State 27 to the Park varieties of wildlife. Alligators,
Headquarters Building, just fish, and clouds of birds are FLAMINGO. On the extreme mm Tout Roule
beyond... found here. The anhinga, known southern tip of the continental :i:< U S Nighwq' !NumtK'lI
EVERGLADES NATIONAL there as 'wa fer turkey',may be United States, this was once a I ; Stilt' Nih' ",Numbfil MiamiEVERCIADES
PARK ENTRANCE. Admissionis seen drying his wings. These quaint fishing village. It was then 1:1.J AOOIOI''e Mllfll '._-----', N'
charged per car or person for a birds swim with their bodies one of the most isloated spots in .t, I; ..
the country Now it hums with \. I .
one-day There's
stay. ample underwater. Only their long, I I I1l
parking at the entrance to all the snakelike necks and heads activity. A fine visitors center .. I I
,
trails that lead into the glades protrude above the surface. has been built at the edge of --- -i
and all of them may be traversedon Return to the Main Park Road Florida Bay. Exhibits are on ga
foot in 20 minutes or less.After and turn left at... display and rangers conduct free ;
passing the entrance, proceed LONG PINE KEY TURNOFF.A morning walks and evening NATIONAL PARK 1

to... campgroup and picnic area, lectures. There are :238 camp ., ., ? ,Q- 1---
TURN-OFF TO ROYAL PALM situated among the pines on a sites-60 designed for trailer use. vlslOolANAVOKII
AREA. Here, two miles off the lake, is 1.6 miles left off the main (Charge for both). There's a / OVIRLOOK Florida ',.M
main road to the left is Wilderness Tram Train and rn.c.C
a
a visitors road.Return to the main road and A.o CAMK.OUMO R'AUNOTIS r
numerous boat tours of varying
proceed left through the of r,
FJC RegistrationDates to... sea lengths and prices (chflren under o p' NA MOCK *
sawgrass
12 at reduced prices). Charter O / -Y
PINELAND TRAIL. (traversing fishing craft and U-Drive-it ':, L POND
Announced a typical sparse forest of skiffs. At the center, there is a D rWetl L. '"

Caribbean pine. Plants includethe coffee shop, cocktail lounge, anda
Jax-Florida Junior College at coontie, whose roots form the dining room overlooking the p1
Jacksonville has announced staple diet of the Seminole In- Bay. Groceries and general Flamingo \\rJ.\6'

registration dates for a number dians in the Everglades Continue supplies for campers,yachtsmenand StI,ID 01 Ml"o 1iII
to.... .
fishermen are available at I
of fall term courses at the FJC
North the marine service center
Campus. PA-AHY-OKEE VERLOOK
Students may enroll for the TURNOFF. Here the trail,which nearby.A modern motor inn with THESULLJVANSANNOUNCE

retail merchandising program at begins at a parking area 1.3 miles air-conditioned conditioned rooms and is air-at THE NEW LOCATION OF..
FJC's North Campus September from the Main Park Road, formsa family cottages

3,7 and 8. The program provides wooden loop over the swamp of Flamingo. LAS CASUELAS

education in the entry, the observation tower. A tower WEST LAKE AREA. Turn lefta
supervisory and manageriallevels supplies a fair-distant view of the few hundred years to an
of businesses in the whole SHARK RIVER BASIN exhibition building. MANGROVE MmCIII FOOD
marketing and distributive oc- and gives some idea of the TRAIL starts here. It was once Now IntroducingCharBroiled
cupations. Some of the courses vastness of the Everglades. Thisis overhung with mangroves, We Continue to Feature
offered are principles of accounting the place for sunset photos. covered with orchids, forming a The Most Complete Mexican .
business law, prin- Continue to... tunnel. Hurricane Donna Menu In Jax I
ciples of marketing, MAHOGANY HAMMOCK changed all that and now the STEAKS
5431 University Blvd.,W. Phone 737-2747
salesmanship and sales TURN-OFF. Go right for 1.7 mangrove forest stands stark and
((2 Blocks East of 1.95 Exit)
promotion. miles to an elevated boardwalk bare.
Persons who wish to take

teaching courses may enroll
Sept. 3 from 12:30: to 4 p.m. and -
Sept. 7 and 8 from 4:30 to 7:30
p.m. FJC is approved as an in- .
stitution where courses may be f ..

requirements taken to meet of the certification Florida State if you want your savings to go

Department of Education.Insurancerelated .
courses
begin Sept. 6. Fall courses in-
clude Individual Life and Health the cost of borrowing &Q,

Insurance; Income, Estate, and
Gilt Taxation; Accounting and .,,

Finance; Group Insurance,
Social Insurance and Business v J o.G .
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High School ReviewJax


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courses are available at Florida

Junior College for military or joiIi
civilian personnel who have us

finished at least the eighth grade
but did not complete their high
school education.
Registration will be held at 47

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p.m. September 7 10. Classes
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Surplus AuctionJaxAn I'". Jax Surf Contestant


auction of government h h Reviews ChampionshipBy
surplus property Is scheduled at

the NAS Jacksonville Disposal JOSN John Doose
Yard one and -.-half miles south
out heat feeling like I
has been arounda came my
Jax Surfing
of the Main Gate at 7:30: a.m.
had been pulled from a washing
Wednesday.Items long time but it has only been
recently that it has gained the machine.
sale there
that will be on
located at the recognition that it deserves as a The next day the winds had
are presently
sport The legitimacy of surfingas died as had the surf. It was now
at NAS Jax Cecil
disposal yards ,
but the
a sport has even been two feet and choppy;
and
Field Naval Station MayportBuyers
are invited to inspect the l recognized by the Navy. Proof of contest must go on, so it did.
property at these locations. this is their annual Navy East Contestants were given 10
and civilian Coast Surfing Championships.This minutes to catch as many wavesas
Military Depart- 1
rt could with only the five
Coast
ment of Defense personnel are year the Navy East they
Surfing Championships were held waves. A lot of guys were
eligible to participate, except
those under 21 or those who are at the Fleet Anti Air Warfare eliminated simply because they
associated with the Defense v, Training Center in Dam Neck, couldn't find any waves.
Property Disposal Programs. L Va.1 and I was one of those for- The six who made it to the
tunate enough to attend. Forty finals had to go through three
five guys were entered in the heats in about two hours time in

r fourth annual championships.Guys order to get the privilege of going
came to the championshipsfrom back out into the water. It turned
k k stations in Maine, Rhode out not only to be a matter of skill
Island, Massachussetts, but also who still had the strengthto
Maryland, Virginia, South go back out into the water.The
e Carolina and even Puerto Rico. I final heat was extended to 15

PRICE TO EVERYONE was amazed to discover that I minutes in the hopes that each
was the only entrant from guy could find enough waves to

Capt. Klncald and George Bass* President of the United States Florida. There was a women's ride in that t time.
Judo Association (second from left), present a plaque to the NAS Jax division but there were no en- The contest ended at about
'
.' Judo Club for having a club with more than 100 members. Dr. Kaelin trants. 12:30: p.m. We all went to the
0-aT stands at left and SSgt. Rudolph Singleton is at the right. The club The surf on Monday, the day beach snack bar for free beer and
started only five months ago with five members. before the contest, was beautiful.It pizza at the awards ceremonies.
was four feet and glassy with a It ended just about as everybodyon
soft offshore breeze blowing. The the beach had figured it would.
0' Club Holds WarmupJax air temperature was about 90 First went to AN Mark Yuen of

degrees and the water tem- Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico,
SURPLUS GOODS perature was about 72 degrees. Second to Paul Pivec AOAN of
,
The NAS Officer's Clubis The event, which begins at the Everyone was looking good on Little Creek Third to AE3
DISCOUNT STOREBir sponsoring a Pre Game Warm club at 4:30: will include a buffet the hot little waves and we were Bradford Croves, of Roosevelt
Up for officers and their guests and transportation to the
supper all looking forward to the start of Roads,Puerto Rico, Fourth to Lt
8 vd I prior to the Baltimore. Oakland game. the contest the next day. Victor Hulstrand, NAS Norfolk
football game September 11. Cocktails will begin in the Main So, the next day we went to the Fifth to RD3 David McDonald of,
Brace at 4:30: and dinner will be
beach for the start of the contest the USS Truckee and Sixth to -
served at 5:30.: Buy your tickets and were almost blown off our
well ah JOSN John
er, me,
for the at $2.00 each and
YAMAHAIS supper feet. The winds were blowing Doose from NAS Jacksonville.
bus tickets at$2.00 each at 1 p.m. down beach miles
the at 15-20 per
OUR BUSINESS All in all, Special Services at
The OUR ONLY BUSINESS September 10. Reservations must hour causing the 4-5 foot surf to Dam Neck should be
be made by phone at Ext 3042. be rough. Everyonetried
NEW 650 CC extremely congratulated on an excellent
Touring Twin Buses will depart from the 0' to talk the judges into contest The only complaints
Club at 6:45: and arrive at
p.m.
waiting until the winds died anyone had were about the surf,
the Gator Bowl about 7:45.
down, but to no avail. Their only which doesn't come under their

r -pen Labor Day comment was, "Start way up the control.All the judges came from
I HAVE YOUR NEXT beach so we can catch a glimpseof surf shops in the Virginia Beach
GARAGE SALE AT... you as you blow past us." area and were well qualified and
r MARKET PLACEJax The nine qualifying heats were did an excellent job. The only
Newest Flea Market held that day but the rest of theday's suggestion anyone made for next
SATURDAY-SUNDAY M P.M.
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'. Exit Lane Ave.off I 1-10 the next day after the judges saw Puerto Rico where there's
WESWAP.TRADE.SELL 7&8-47N or 7I1-7J7I what a struggle it was getting out surf. Anyway, a thanks should go
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Jax Sports Briefs Fall.Season


Jax-The 1971 Fall Intramural
YT'l'T'l'I l' 1..h'I'I'I'. I'h'h.I'I d'I'I'd'I'I'I't11'rrrm
= Bowling League got off to a good
'\" start last Monday night as

'r I Ir \ ,,f'tt.t'. '- Win Sailing Title Intramural Golf quite several a workoutIn bowlers gave the pins

___ the Pacific LeagueA01 Bob
Jax A three man crew from JaxIntramural Golf has been Gunter of the Mad Foxes No. 1
NAS Jax recently won the 6ND scheduled to start next Tuesdaybut team had a 187 234 197 for an
sailing title and went en to the it may be postponed l unless impressive 618 series. Don Cox,
., East Coast Sailing Cham several more rosters are turnedin. Vic Whalen, George Barker and
pionshIps at Annapolis.The Of the 14 teams that have Paul Gerrard, teammates of
skipper of the indicated an interest, only five Gunter, all broke the 500 series
winningcrew
is Lt Dusty Rhoades and have turned in rosters. If your mark and the result was a 2712
the crew consists of EN2 team's roster is not in,you are total pin fall without handicap
Danny
Erickson and requested to get it to the athletic for the team.
MM1
Charley office
r. "_. -- -* f ,...." Sutter, both of Special Services. before Friday. SSgt James Summers of the
They defeated a Charleston crew New Pistol LeagueJax AFEES team and DPI David
PROUD SMILES-Capt. John Klncald (left) presents the ironman and a Cecil Field crew for the Schaff of the FICEUR No. 5 team
Trophy to Capt. Hugh Tate (R), CO of NARTU' and Chief Mario 6ND title. All three of the NAS also started off the Fan season
Malino for the fourth time in the last five intramural seasons. crewmen are members of the -.All indications show that with Sum-
impressive scores.
NAS Jax Sail Club. there will be a big turnout for the
mers rolled a 214 in the process of
new Intramural Pistol League
The winner and runnenp of the here at NAS Jax. The league is achieving a 567 series and Schaff
Ironman Award Won East Coast Championships will scheduled to start September 14 had 198 on the way to a 564 series. ..

go on to compete in the 3rd Annual and so far 18 teams have indicated The American League, not
Naval Sailing Squadron entry. This is the first about to be outdone, also had
NARTU Invitational Regatta at An year that Pistol will be a part of some too scores last Monday
By AthletesJax napolis. Regardless of the out- the Intramural Ironman night SSgt Jack T. ScheU of the
come of the East Coast Championships program. Hawk team from MARTD rolled
the three men from 191199208 for a 598 series and
NARTU has once again the Softball playoffs after, NAS will remain in Annapolis to A pickpocket is a fellow who SSgt Don Plummer of the Late
proven their prowess on the finishing first in the softball represent the NAS Jdx Sail Clubin goes out on occasion for a little Chargers team from 679th rolleda
athletic field by winning t the NAS league. They also won points for the Invitational Regatta. change. (Quote) 569 series.
Jax Intramural Program participation,, in bowling, track
Ironman Award. This was the and field, basketball, tennis and Nrs *
fourth time they have won the swimming: .ANKAMERICARD*AMERICAN EXPMESScSTANOARD Take your baby
award and as a result they were MASTERCHARGE Credit Cards H erldROOSIVtl1
able to retire the Ironman NARTU had previously! won the
Trophy.By Ironman award for the January MAllMONDAYTHRU u ...
finishing the January-June July 1969 intramural season, the
1971 intramural season with 4050 July December 1969 season and to a specialist.WE .
points they beat out Hospital who the July December 1970 season.
had 3100 points and MARTD who Hospital prevented them from MAINTAIN IT
had 2400 points for the Ironman winning the award four straight I WITH LOVING CARE
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P.O.E.I ORANGE
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8445 Arlintfin Exjiriswiy 721-3000 IIII Northeast Florida's

Newest and FinestAccomodatfons

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MAXIMUM SAFETY ...THEY SING AND SWINGI

All week including SundaY
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plus EXTRA HIGH MILEAGE i:,@'xyl 4:I SUNDAYS lOUNGEOPEN11A.M.2A.M.DAIL.Y 1 P.M. til 11 P.M..WITHMEAL.S' : .'.

40,000MILE GUARANTEE FREE Hot and Cold '/;} '

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COCKTAIL HOUR 3P.M.-7 P.M. ;/ ;

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FREEWHEELALIGNMENT Four cross.bias plies of polyester
provide a smooth, resilient, bump prices! ;
free ride. Polyester makes a more
AND BALANCED uniform tire. Stays balanced. Two JAI
with purchase of 4 tires fiberglass belts hold the wide oval
againstthe .
tread firmly and evenly ,
road. You get a tire with extra GALLEY ROYALE
INSTANT CREDI1] ordinary stability and up to double 120 MOTEL ROOMS COLOR TV
of Conventional wide Meals and Snacks
NO DOWN PAYMENT the mileage
LONG TERMS tires. OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 2 SWIMMING POOLS


Hit* flllFP TIRE J NhY MILITARY '

Dili Vllllil COMPANY DISCOUNT TO jl

SATURDAY, ...and their dependents and guests upon presentation of ID card.As .
OPEN 8-6 MONDAY THRU a former serviceman, the owner .
WELCOMESMILITARY PATRONAGE!
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PHILIPS HIGHWAY IS. !rlr





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IN JACKSONVILLE, PHILIPS HIGHWAY IS THE PLACE FOR__ ?k;?
'1(; AUTOMOBILE BUYING AND SAVING ACTIONI! MORE' 1
THAN 2500 NEW AND USED, DOMESTIC AND
,. FOREIGN CARS AWAIT YOUR SELECTION,
AT PRICES AND TRADES DESIGNED TO HAS
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MAKE EVERY CUSTOMER HAPPY.AND SAX ??? j??'??
PHILIPS HIGHWAY IS EASY TO REACH lth??'? 1 S
FROM ANY PART OF TOWN JUST A QUICK
DRIVE ON THE INTERSTATES OR BEACH BOULE -. IIIIiEjjj; ; !' f
VARDS. SO COME AND VISIT THESE FRIENDLY
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COURTEOUS DEALERS WHERE THE AUTO-ACTION ISI



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\ This is only .::_:::,::;;::ir:;;::':'::::::::::: NOTICE :::::::::::%:::::::::::::::::;::


I- \ HALF ; AMERiCAN;;MOTORS 1$t tf it1 i .1 .a;

:: of f what t :EXCISE:;:;:TAX: :::CHARGES:::::::::::::: :;::::;:.
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.jP..t:; if EWHOAREfUYINGAMER1ANMOTORS; : ;:ii: ,: ;; :;; : :ri;:

(c\ you get a t". :'1971): /;MODEL/:CARSON !:;" !

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AL SAGER CLEARANCE;SALE OH ALL 71 MODELS!,:

EMERSON RD. *AMMSSADOR. MATADOR "'* JAVELIN}

QUALITY SERVICE +.4 GREMLIN HORNET ,

is the OTHER half eA I Z r-z ,b CLOSEST PRICES***&IG SAVINGS*

} No Reasonable i Offer<:Refused!

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: OPEN SUNDAYS
5735 PHILIPS HIGHWAY :''"' 5415 Philips Highway Jacksonville r

PHONE 737-1520 <> '0 c Phone 737-3400 I I

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: 3919PHILIPS HIGHWAY r:::14i::1:: S .imHiW;:; .:: :;:i: 71 Satellite Custom :::
PHONE 737-4200 t ::( i i: ... '' \h :::
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PoAuto.wer steering,
B C; I .- Factory air, Radio :
: ): k i ; WW tires. and many ;
5 Reasons why :::::::::;::%:: 0 :;:M other extras. :

NORTH-FLORIDA LINCOLN' MERCURYis >>

; "The Reliable One" .. ; ill $ 988 I

.: i 1. Home owned and operated. for 25 years. M::i;i::g .f ii@j: :;:@1: :
t 2. Only COMPUTE Lincoln Mercury dealer In Northeast ::::;;:::::::::::: ,!, m::;::::;:;:::::::::::: :::
, ;-: Florida. fj::;d::::::i: ''IV ;J.i@iMt iiif:1i::: Massey-Mixon :.::
3. Seven acres of cars to choose from. r:#:::::>;?::ss:::: 110 ::::::%::::{:;:::::;:l;;}:::: :;
4. Our huge sales volume will give you better prices tfit{ :. VI tWNt6tiii: : :.::
5. Shop In air conditioned comfort. :::::::::::::::::::::: rhi:: ;:::::::::::::: ::
k Mf tKht 1 :: WijiiiiMmtj> Chrysler-Plymouth :::
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MONTEGO.MERCURY,000GARCOMET.CAPRI 5801 Philips Highway
LINCOLN MARK IV Open til 10:00 p.m. Phone737-1611

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FOR CAR BARGAINS RIGHT UP YOUR ALLEY SHOP THESE PHILIP HIGHWAY DEALERS

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