<%BANNER%>
Jax air news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/01464
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:01464

Full Text
-- -
"I
. "

, . .. .. ,

\


PKY LIBRARY ;!

Navy Newsgrampf flA HISTORY ". ii

k

Navy Now Has : I

'


Shipboard Ace ,. ,. ,. '1\



Jax-The following items highlight this week's Navy News: ""
Another Type of Ace '
The Navy now has another type of Ace a shipboard air controller who I
has assisted the downing of seven MIGs. I
RDC Larry H. Nowell has directed combat air intercepts resulting J
in seven confirmed kills and three other possible MIG downings.
lie also controlled emergency air refueling of two F-4'I by a tanker;
the pilots of the F-4's credited him with saving their planes.
In a related development, America's first two Aces of the Vietnam
War Lt. Randy Cunningham and Lt. (J g) William Driscoll, were I
brought to Washington May 19 to meet with Navy officials and
;
newsmen.
Secretary of the Navy Warner and the CNO both offered their
--- personal congratulations to the pair, who downed their three latest
MIGsJMay 10,over North Vietnam.
Undersea Warfare DevelopmentsThe
U.s. and Russia formally ratified the Seabed ArmsControl

SERVING BOTH COUNTRY AND COMMUNITY: These men,all officers in the local Meadowbrook Treaty May 18.
Bellair volunteer fire department, also represent the local military community. Serving a double The treaty is intended to prevent the spread of nucfear weapons to
role in citizen protection are (from left to right) Fire Chief Bill Stegmaier,a staff sergeant in some 70 percent of the Earth surface,and Deputy Secretaryof Defense
VMA-142; Joseph Szymanski, a First Lieutenant on the force, and an AQ1 at NAMTD 1034 Cecil Rush commented,"The treaty is futher evidence of our nation's desireto
Field; Captain Bill Stegmaier ATR2 in VP-62 Communications officer and Marine Staff Sergeant turn toward negotiation, rather than confrontation,as the means of j
J Richard Sasnett assistant fire chief Gene Bailey who serves as an AW1 In VP-42t AMHC.Wendall achieving the stability and peace we all seek.'
Anderson,a second lieutenant on the force,and second lieutenant Ken Hollsten,an AM)11t the Naval Meanwhile, Secretary of Defense Laird announced May 16 that the
,.. Air Reserve Unit. Undersea Long Range Missle System (ULMS) will be renamed ;
i Not shown is the departments first aid officer Rick Montrose,an AMS2 In V P-62,and Fireman B. J. "Trident" after the historic emblem of sea power. .
r, Howard, AMS1 attached to NARU. The Secretary made the announcement before departing for Europeto
attend NATO meetings.
... Alcoholic RehabilitationThe
:
first alcoholic rehabilitation program associated with a Naval
.. gIi l :E Hospital will get underway tomorrow at the Philadelphia Naval
Hospital.The .
) program will have,facilities to treat 10-15 patients at a time, ;
. with a recovered alcoholic working as a full-time counselor under the
I supervision ofJhe$ hospital's Neuro-psychiatric'Department.
! VOL.30 NO.10 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville May 25,1972 By July,the Navy plank to establish similar programs In connectionwith

14 other.... Naval Hospitals in the U.s.

Navy Relief Fund Drive ,.$. ,-' "




Falling" Short Of Quota w "


-

Jax-RAdm.Lawrence R. geis tribute. However, 50 percent of Service School Navy Training
and Capt. R. C. O'Loughlin havfe the people polled indicated that Center, Orlando, 84 percent.
expressed concern over the latest thy had not been contacted. Staff Light Attack Wing One,
report on the Navy Relief Society NAMTRADET Cecil Field and Cecil Field, 75 percent
fund drive. the Navy Reserve Training NAS Jacksonville, 64 percent. 1 k 1w
The report indicates just over Center at Orlando are the only Construction Battalion Unit,
eight and a half thousand dollars two participating commands NAS Jax, 62 percent.
have been contributed since the which have reported achieving Staff, COMFAIRJAX, 52
campaign began early this 100 percent of their recom- percent. -i

month. mended objective. Contributions to the ".
The report is based on inputs NAMTRADET Cecil turned the
Jacksonville drive in 1971 totalled
from 30 of 76 participating trick in the first week of the ,
just $47,000. Nearly $2
over
I commands. campaign, and is now at 122
million was donated Navywide.M.I.A. .
RAdm. Gels noted there are percent with $366 in con
only two weeks left in the cam- tributions. THE REAL BONNIE AND CLYDE -Capt. John Kincaid,station CO,
paign and urged everyone to get More than $750 has been introduces Cdr. Don Springer, Navy Echange Officer, and June (Mrs.
, behind this worthwhile project. donated in response to Bill) Hale as the winners of the Bonnie and Clyde contest at the JOWC :
I Capt. O'Loughlin, drive solicitation of retired Navymen. 'Roaring Twenties' party at the 0' Club. The winners were deter. '
. chairman, reiterated the Admiral's and commercial concerns, according mined from several participating commands by penny votes. The
entire contest brought in S2.222.69-a portion of which will go to the '
I sentiments, adding there to the campaign committee's .
I was a long way to go if the objective report.Commands annual Navy Relief Fund Drive. The JOWC will also donate to the
I : of$52,000 is to be reached. whose reports show station Chapel complex, the American Red Cross and the Girl Scouts ,
of America. See pagt.12..for more photos. '
them to be particularly ,
I A survey conducted by productive in the drive include:
t COMFAIRJAX PAO revealed Marine Barracks, NAS Jax, 88' USG Milit a br.. Ball
p that 97 percent of Navymen' percent' 6f objective. ,
. NAS Jax are aware of Navy Navy Finance Office, Orlando,
t Relief and are willing to con- 83 percent. Set For, ',Sat t. lay t

.
,
Poppy Week 'Helps Vets Jax The Jacksonville USO will be the- : .
! has scheduled its Annual MilitaryBall 19721973. .4. (
for Saturday, June 3, at the The USO'sp6vnsorthis; *annual ;
Jax -The American Legion Auxiliary and its Juniors Prudential Building. event in recognition 'of .
q i f are selling poppies,this week as part of a nation-wide Dress for this special dance graduating'senior :gtrls from '
campaign to help veterans and their families. encourages the formal, but semi. local high schools, business

1 The campaign, which has been an annual project formal is accepted. Coat and tie schools and colleges, and also as ,.
are preferred.A a means of thanking the, servicemen -
since 1918 will last through Saturday.
live band, "Three's a and women in the area
! Volunteers will be accepting donations for the poppies Crowd", will perform and for their support of the USO Club.
{. at the Navy Exchange, Commissary and Bank. several excellent local en-
1 There are nine units taking part in Duval County. Lieutenant Commander Gordon tertainers will present shows Hours for the dance will be 8
President of the Lakeshore Unit 137 is Frances Wolski. Samuel Prrisho USN during the band's break. p.m. to midnight.
,J Lost over North Vietnam Refreshments will be catered. Admission to the affair is proofof
The poppy chairman is Mabel Taylor. December 31, 1961 The highlight of the evening I being on active duty. :

----------------- '.
""
"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 services advertised." ..*?,.. .. 'II
I n



h2.i j



i N'l; MAY 25. 1972
.
2 . ;, t::-K J J..f' .. I T JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER ---_1 --I. ""V ..",. .. ....-U."'


WEEKLY 1972 CLUB SCHEDULES[ I I


TUESDAY WEDNESDAY I

ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY MAY 30 MAY 31 I
MAY 29
MAY 25 MAY 26 MAY 27 MAY 28 -




Pirates Queen"B" Cinder Phil Cay Soul
Ronnie explosions
Ronnie Ronnie & Block
Cove The Diamonds


"

'. .
:'
,, '
:" ..
: ,
Hancock soul .
.' .: Phil Cay Tommy "C" Treatment : .

Hall ,.

.'.


'
'

CPO Threes Hank Four of .
Whatever's Fair . Tommy "c". ACrowd Williams, Jr. Clubs '

Club






.
Officers 8eefeater Family Game Ala Carte

Club Night Charlie Jay Charlie Jay Dinner Closed Night Menu




--

CLUB OURS .



Pirates CPO Officers Hancock Teen JIt J J

Cove Club Club Hall, Club

Monday thru Thur

11 a.m. to Midnight ,Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday
Friday 6 pm Friday,May M Hominy Grits Chilled Plums, Fried
11 a.m to Midnight I Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Order, Griddle Cakes
Friday to midnight BREAKFASTS Chilled Grapefruit Eggs to w.
11 a.m. to 2 a.m. l1a.m..11. p.m Juke, Hot Oatmeal, Chilled Apricots, Syrup, Choice of Ham or Pork
Friday & Saturday Tues. Thurs. Sunday Saturd. 2 pm Fried Eggs to Order,Griddle Cakes w. Sausage, Corned Beef Hash, Hard
Saturday 11 '.m. to 1 '.m. 11..m..l1p.m.Sat Noon to Midnight to midnight Syrup Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Boiled Eggs, Pastry Bar.
a.m. to 2 '.m. Fri n..m..I..m.- Meat Baked Beans. Yankee Style DINNER Chicken Rice Soup, Oven
Sunday Monday thru Thur Sunday 2 pmt Corn Bread, Pastry Bar. Fried Chicken, Cream (Gravy,
'.m. to Midnight 11 '.m. to Midnight to 7 pm DINNERS Beef Barley Soup Baked Snowflake Potatoes, Cranberry
Virginia Ham, Cream Gravy, Sauce, Corn Bread Dressing, Boiled
Whipped Potatoes Corn Fritters Blackeyed Peas, Buttered Greens,
Boiled Blackeyed Peas Buttered Salad Bar, Apple Turnovers, Sugar
r o. Asparagus, Salad Bar, Chocolate Cookies.
Cream Pie, Sugar Cookies. SANDWICH LINE Cold Plate,
SANDWICH LINE Submarine Assorted Cold Cuts. Cheese, Potato
t
tOU
Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers, Salad, Baked Beans, Potato Chips,
S Frankfurters French Fried Potatoes, Dessert Bar.SUPPERS .
'. Potato Chips, Dessert Bar. Baked Hamburger Pie or
.
SUPPER Chili Macaroni or Grilled Fried Shrimp, Steamed Egg Noodles,
Cheese Sandwiches, French Fried Seasoned Green Beans Fried Cab.
Potatoes, Buttered Peas 8. Carrots, bage Cocktail Sauce, Salad Bar,
NAVALAIRSTArIONPROTESTANT Southern Fried Okra Salad Bar, Yellow Pound Cake, Orange Cream
Angel Food Cake, Vanilla Pudding. Pudding.
At this special time we pause to honor SANDWICH LINES Grilled Hamburgers SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on
SUNDAY or Frankfurters Egg Salad Hamburger Bun Grilled Hamburgersor
Sandwiches, French Fried Potatoes, Frankfurters French Fried
those valiant servicemen who Church School (all ages) 9 a.m. Dessert Bar. Potatoes, Dessert Bar.Wednesday .-
gave up life at Chapel Annex. Divine Worship ,May 31
Saturday,May 27 BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Juice,
10:30: a.m. at All Saints' Chapel. BREAKFASTS Chilled Pineapple Hot Farina Fried Eggs to Order,

that peace might prevail. Their memory Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice of
Order,Griddle
Cakesw-Syrup, French Ham or Luncheon Meat Baked
High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- Toast, Choice of
Ham or Pork Beans, Southern Style Corn Bread,
nex. Junior and Senior Youth Sausage, Creamed Dried Beef, Pastry Bar.DINNERS .
lives on in the hearts of all. Fellowship 1:30 p.m. at Bldg.722.. Lyonnalse Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Cream of Potato Soup

Evening Worship 7:30: pjn. at BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Split Pea Soup, Stuffed Pork Chops. Brown Gravy,
the Small Grilled Cheeseburgers, French Fried Mashed Sweet Potatoes Apple Sauce
Chapel.
Potatoes Salad Bar, Blackberry Seasoned Mixed Vegetables Okra &
Tuesday Tarts, Brown Sugar Cookies. Tomato Gumbo Salad Bar, BlueberryPie
The Staff Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m. at SUPPER Baked Chicken Rice or Sugar Cookies.
Bldg. 750 and Christian Science Braised Pork Slices, Cream Gravy, SANDWICH LINE Cheese, Lettuce
Buttered Egg Noodles Cranberry and Tomato Sandwich or Grilled
Service 8 at the .
Small
p.m. Sauce, Buttered Brussel Sprouts, Hamburgers, Frankfurters, French
Chapel.: Cream Style Corn Salad, Bar, Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips.; :Dessert
..Strawberry._ ) Shortcake, Lime Jello, Bar.; !i t "
JT/LX AIR NEWSThe NAVAL HOSPITAL Sund"M.,21- SUPPER< : Italian psghefti .wMeatSauce

Divine Worship 10 at St. BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato Juice Ravioli, Parmesan Cheese,
a.m. Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Order, Pizza Pie, Buttered Brussel' Sprouts
Lukes. Griddle Cakes Syrup, French Toast, Salad Bar, White Cakt. Cherry
Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Pudding.
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian' Enterprise Newspaper NATTC Baked Beans, Hashed Brown SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers .

distributed each Thursday at the U, S.; Naval Air" Station. Protestant Worship Service], Potatoes.SPastry\ p'.r.1, I or:Frankfurters. ,:' Egg Salad
Jacksonville. Florida by the Holt Publishing' Company a 10:30 ..m. in Building 500. BRUNCH a) '10 '-m.; Chicken Noodle: Sandwich 'French. Fried. Potatoes., .

private' firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Soup Salad Creole Bar; \Spaghetti Lemon Meringue, Garlic Bread: Pie l*, I 1 Dessert. : ;, Bar.,; ;: June' ,; ;

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs' Office. Box t. NAS CATHOLIC Chewy Nut Bars. BREAKFAST Thursday Chilled Apple 1 Juice

Jacksonville by 12.:00: noon on Monday before publication. News Saturday Mass 5 p.m. at St. SUPPER :Breaded Veal Steaks, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order,
'items are welcomed from all source Telephone 772-3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass Brown Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice of
3119. a.m. and 11 a.m. Dally Mass Simmered Sauerkraut Buttered Ham or Pork Sausage, Creamed
Green Beans, Salad Bar, Apple Dilly Dried Beef Hash Brown Potatoes
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Cake, Butterscotch
Pudding. Pastry Bar.DINNERS .
"Everything advertised in this' publication must oe made
Friday-ll:30 a.m. Wednesday Mond."M.y2tIREAKPAST. Minestrone
Grilled
Soup
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race Mass 11:30 tjn. at the Naval Chilled Pineapple Beef Steaks, Mushroom Gravy
creed, color, national origin' or sex of the purchaser user or Hospital Chapel. Juice Freld Eggs to Order, French French Fried Potatoes, Buttered
patron. A confirmed violation' or rejection of this' policy of equal Confessions Saturday Toast w-Syrup, Griddle Cakes, Choiceof Cream Style Corn, Fried Onion Rings
opportunities by an advertiser' will result 'in the refusal to print 4:15 and 5 pjn. Grilled Ham or Pork Sausage Hash Salad Bar, Cream Puffs, Coconut
Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Bars.
advertising' from that source.
NATTC BRUNCHi at 10 a.m. Turkey Rice SANDWICH LINE Chili Dogs or
Sunday Mass 9:30 In Soup. Minute Steaks, French Fried Grilled Cheese t Ham, French fried
am.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Potatoes Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Potatoes, Dessert Bar.
concerning' ,such should be directed to: Building 500. Peach Pie, Chocolate ,Chip Cookies. SUPPERS Barbecued SparerIb or
DINNER Roast Turkey, Cornbread Baked Frankfurters w-Sauerkraut 0-
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY 1n1968, the last Presidential Dressing, Snowflaked Potatoes, Brien Potatoes, Buttered Squash

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 election year, more than 46 per Cream Gravy, Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Spinach Salad Bar, Marble
Seasoned
cent of eligible servicemen Green Peas, Buttered Cake, Peach Pudding.
Telephone 388-2755 voted. In, 1964, more than 61 Carrots,Salad Bar, Iced Lemon Cake, SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salad or
percent cast a ballot in a Presidential Pineapple Pudding. Grilled Hamburgers Frankfurters,
VOL. 30 NO. 10 MAY 25, 1972 election. TUlldayM'YJOBREAKFAST. French Fried Potatoes Baked Beans,
Chilled Tomato Juice. Dessert Bar.PAGE .



25, 1972 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 3


Marriage Transition

,
Scheduled HereJax Offering I

,
-The public is invited to attend a marriage and family enrich. Job CourseJax
ment workshop,June 4,at the station Chapel complex.
A panel of Navy chaplains and guest speakers will discuss topics of The NAS Jax
Interest to everyone whether single or married in four separate Transition Site, in
hour-long classes from 2-5 p.m. Two classes will be held at the same cooperation with Florida
time, but in different classrooms, and those attending may choose
Junior College, will conduct
from the following topics: .
(1A) Communication in marriage and how to have a fair fight -by a course on "How To
Rev. Ronald Mudd of Methodist Hospital; or Get A Job" June 12-16
(IB) What to bring to marriage, dealing with pre-marital from 7.10 p.m. in Bldg.
relationships,dating and courtship led by a panel of Navy chaplains; 1000, Room 234.
and R
(2A) Dealing with parent-child relationships, discipline, the : : W Cost of enrollment in the
generation gap and child abuse; or 9 course is 200.
(2B the meaning of sexuality, intimacy, married love and family Interested personnel
planning by Rev. Louis Reed, director of the Pastoral Counseling should contact the
Center in Jacksonville.After I 7 I & Transition Site office at
the workshop, a special service will be held in the chapel for 7723272.
couples who would like to reaffirm their marriage vows. I

IT'S A HAPPY MOMENT for LCdr. Kirk Nelson when his wlft and $0Mf0AItfftftto
Capt. John E. Kennedy NATTC Co tack on his new shoulder-boards ,,5
Notice To
DriversJax and promote him to his present rank LCdr. Nelson is a phase officer iOIJ Qr> THE HOLIDAYS?
at NATTC's AO"B" School.
, According to plosives shall be marked fore and
NASJAXINST S560.6E, "All aft by red lights at night and by ,,ry A
vehicles shall STOP IMMEDIATELY red flags during the daylight Without AdvertisingYou
with wheels hours and shall be escorted by a
touching the curb or parallel to station police vehicle when Wouldn't Know.
the right hand of the road when outside the magazine area. c 1 tyF 51 FELY//

fire trucks, police cars, ambulances .
armed emergency Recent incidents of militaryand
vehicles or other such vehicles civilian personnel and
approach with bells, whistles or dependents violating the right of
sirens sounding or with red or way of explosives convoys indicate
blue flashing lights operating. a serious disregard for
"All vehicles shall likewise safety and a lack of due care and
give wide clearance and undisputed attention by operators of
to all vehicles.All .

trucks explosives.or trailers right-of-way carrying bombsor inform personnel their dependents are requested that to 9 OUT ,OF 10 TIMES THE ANSWER IS

,Vehicles carrying such ex- violators will be prosecuted.


RememberPOW |


1M lA's J




VISITWAYNE

SHRUM' '

at his civilian duty station

BUNDING AGENCY, hie.REALTORS .


Let him assist, you in k? 4
BUYING OR SELLING REAL ESTATE

5102 Standing Boulevard \
Phone 7719513j



WEiTSIDE'HOUSE

OF QUALITY SERVICE'
e
AVENUE
TOYOTA SALES & SERVICE
,
1972 COROLLA SEDAN ; : .
:
.
'PPlf
'
"I '
STANDARD EpUIP/WENT/ Nearly always we say "Yes" toyapplicant's who come :::

INCLUDES: us for loans. Try us! If you want fast cash ,at l low: : ,'I
R ' Seats.- V< }loan cost for any sound reason your best bet is'aI

tyVlon White Will Car putPHONE 'Tn !>" -r \ I :' .,'Bank' Loan Your loan will be tailor-made' for you, ', ,

.' fitted to your financial l situation for easy repayment. : ,:
UP TO, 3-1 Ml
,
>-
PER GALLONNAVY
1956
389 456))

MAN'S BONUS r '/
E-2's and E-3's t

FINANCING AVAILABLE! .\0 ,.. WESTSIDE fJa-ni
', :
71 TOYOTA COROLLA ,
SllfS t -A
r
4spd., R&H, AC, VR BOBOYETT 'k.9 4328 BLANOINO BLVD. AT HARLOWJACKSONVILLEFLORIDA
71 PINTO SIltS Used Car Mgr. 32210
AT, AC R&H

71 MAVERICK,4Dr.,6cyl.,AT,R&H SI"S Deposit Insurance up to $20,000! PHONE 77I6I6IMAY
,
,
71 MAZDA Pick-up 4spd. R&H AC SIltS
70 TOYOTA CORONA,4spd.,R&H,AC SUtJ (by Federal Deposit Insurance: Corporation)
OPEL KEYDETTE,Won.,4spd.,R&H SItS
PLYMOUTH Wgn.,8cyl.AT.PSACR&H 11313r




P


A



l'' -.. -- .-'_.. "...,.., ,-...... '. .
=-- ...-
1(; ,',-'-'--... .' --. --
1.
I"
MAY 25, 1972
I PAGE 4 JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER



I [: : AROUND- 1: CILY .1i1 ].,..,.T years VA-174 service.YN2 Walter with reenlisted only G., CAMPBELL three for years FOUR of of +p 4 1 f fi i



R Rt
After serving 20 years in the
Navy ADJ1 Rob R. BACHER Jr.
retired from VA174. BACHER r.it1 !
worked at the Shore Patrol 1
Center downtown. The Navy lost
another good man. "'-
With four years down, AMH2
Flra H. WILD AY of V A.174 re- ,
upped for FIVE years. 1
Y + I

1 4ram ,:

"-


)/ / w11 Sa ,


.

With this reenlistment AE2 Ralph WILSON goes over the half way
point.Ralph and his wife Maria live at 5915 Manor Dr.,Jax.



t N

( I VA-174 keeps another man in the .Y
t h,
Navy when PNCS Cecil L. AQ3 Roy S. SCALF of VA-174 did
LOCKHART shipped over for it again when he'shlpped over for
TWO years. He is real close to SIX big years with only two years
the mark of 20. behind him.
r ."." .
x .. '' tI
I t;


1 J/ ) 1 t' ,


1- rY
u: ,

Itf .

With Mrs.Sexton watching,GMTC Lawrence SEXTON reenlisted for 1 '" ,
'TWO years. This ship over puts him five years away from the 20 year /
mark. Sexton is attached to Weapons. .11:
"I }
\ l f1
_.k '
t m1j From the Galley to the CO's office of VA-174 went CS2 C. C.
TIONGSON to reenlist for FOUR years. He and his wife live at 1857
NEWEST CONCEPT Bilodeau 66 Ct., Jax.
IN APARTMENT LIVING With only 25 years In the Navy,
ACC Ellard PRITCHARD from
1,2 .3 BEDROOM AND 2 BATHS the Control Tower reenlisted for
Spacious rooms, wide windows, Kingsley THREE years. '00 you think he
central heat & air cond. Private Arms likes the Navy?
patios, sundecks, swimming pool
and party room. ,., THE MOCCASIN SHOP:
264-8102 \ 1 'L .

1800 KINGSLEY AVE.
., CUSTOM BOOTS
I DIRECTIONS: Between BlandingBlvd. .-- qZ In Leather or Suede JrJ
\ & Orange Park. Minutes MOCCASINS, VESTS V.*)
via I 1295. / ss- \
new
away and many other leather goods
=t; r :\ 5963 BLANDING BLVD, Ph.:7724020 DEERSPRINGS

ESTATES

...ATKEYSTONE

4g ; BEING MOBILE HOME HEIGHTS SITES

Clyde W. Simpson & Co

REALTOR 356.6849

i i 6 TRANSFERRED ?


.I .- SPRING MOTORS
( DON'T CLOSE YOUR CREDIT UNION ACCOUNT VOLKSWAGENSINCINIS


f p You can continue to save or borrow by mall from s.,.. .s.wc.
; "'7: any place in the world; Llfe-time World-wide credit t TRANSMISSIONS

I union membership Is a valuable asset. EXCHANGED""

Don't throw It i'P ; It
away ; (j; t
( : .t.< a 1
: ,; If you're not a member, "
j.. .. ; "
c :: :' =t it's not too late to join. :i.

t .
J
; JAxNtlU'
FEDERAL "Otf tUSIMltt IS
VOIKSWAOIM AUTOMQflltS-
,, -.J' __-

#* y'1iitJ1 284-9209

.....r

,
$ ROOSEVELT MALL "WAUr WOLGEMUTH
SHOPPING CENTER NASJAXolldglt: NAS CECILlldg26PHON "SMITJY H, |, SMITH
I. E 38..1391 Tel 387 5622 or Base Ext 201 Tel 771 3211,Ext 215
Hours:Mon..FrI.IOAM.5:3OPM:: Hours;Mon..Frl.'AM.:30PM: Hours: Mon.,Frl 1:3OAM.3:30PM: : HIGHWAY 17
Sat 9AM 1 PM
GREEN ,COVE SPRINGSI"


i .-... .

--,...'...... -.- --.... ..
-



.-


.
I

\

I 25, 1972 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE '

..... .... ..
,
-
-- :- ,
j
t I Job Openings Posted' | Civilian Highlights .


Look for the following Job openings posted on bulletin boards In local ".l .... ... . .... -
work areas: i ..1'''' 0. l' """'17" ____ __ '!!I- c- _

I Supervisory, General Supply Specialists, GS-2001.12
;, Aircraft Ordnance Mechanic Foreman, WS-10 Civil Service CommissionGiven
These openings are available through the Jax Merit Promotion
Program. If interested,call the Employment Office,Ext. 3448 or the
Rating Branch, Ext. 2320. Expanded PowersJax


Jax Civilian Menu A new law gives provide for programs- of race,color, religion, sex or
the U. S. Civil Serive training and education national origin will havean

Tuesday,May 30 Chef Salad Bowl,Tossed Salad, Commission a strongerrole which will afford em- opportunity to file a
'f, Cream of Tomato Soup, Roast Combination Salad, Waldorf including added ployees an opportunity to civil action in court if they
Beef with New Potatoes, Fried Salad, Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, enforcement powers, in acquire skills and abilities are not satisfied with the
Chicken, Chili and Rice, 7 oz. Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain assuring equal opportunity needed to compete for final action taken by an

Chopped Mashed Sirloin Potatoes, Fish., Rice and Cottage Cheese, Health Salad, in all aspects of Federal advancement to positionsof agency or by the Com-

Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Coconut Cream Pie, Fruit Pie, employment. greater responsibility.As mission's Board of Appeals -
Turnip Greens, Corn, Blackeyes.Chef Apple Pie Assorted Pudding, Signed by President part of its action plan and Review on their
Salad Bowl,Tossed Salad, Devil's Cake. Nixon on March 24, Public review, the Commissionwill complaints. In any event,
Combination Salad, Waldorf Friday,June Law 19.261 includes review the a complainant may file a
Salad, Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, Clam Chowder, Trout
civil suit if
Federal employees and qualifications of all agency final action on
Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Almondine, Suffed Peppers with
Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Creole Sauce,Chicken Stew,7 oz. agencies under the equal officials engaged in the his complaint is not taken
Carrot and Raisin.Chocolate Chopped Siloin, Fish, Swiss opportunity, provisions of EEO program and assess by the agency within 180
Cream Pie, Fruit Steaks. the Civil Rights Act of 1964 adequacy of personneland days of filing; or by the
Pie, Apple Pie, Assorted Mashed Potatoes, Rice and for the first time, and resources each agencyis Commission's Board of
Pudding, Strawberry Shortcake. Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, gives the Civil Service devoting to its EEO Appeals and Review
Wednesday,May 31 Stewed Tomatoes, Spinach,
Commission direct activity within 180 days of an ap-
Vegetable Soup, Meat Loaf Green Lima Beans.
, with Creole Sauce, Broiled Liver Chef Salad Bowl.Tossed Salad, authority to see that all Persons who allege peal from an agency
with Onions, Pork Cutlets with Combination Salad, Waldorf personnel actions in discrimination based on decision.
Apples, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Salad, Fruit Jello, Fruit Cottage Government are free from
Fish. Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, discrimination.Key .
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Cole Slaw, Stuffed Eggs.
provision of the act :: ::$::::::;: : :::::::::: :::::::: ::::::::::::
Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Lemon Meringue Pie, Fruit
Squash, String Beans,' Macaroniand Pie, Apple Pie, Assorted PudANOTHER are: 'I AL BONATI
Cheese. Federal agencies must -I
Chef Salad Bowl,Tossed Salad, :-:-: """: O" : submit EEO affirmative ORGAN-HORN
Combination Salad, Waldorf -- ;-- ir.'c : ? ?
Salad, Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, --- ,/ JI '" action plans to the CSC & VOCAL
/ It. ; annually, and the Com-
Fruit Cottage Cheese, Beet and ,
: / ,, mission Monday through Saturday
Onion,Bean Salad. may requiremodification
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Egg Custard Pie, Fruit Pie, X OOJ tt N of a plan
Apple Pie, Assorted Pudding, fJf. / SVMMRSAFETY before final approval. SPECIAL RATES per person
Layer Cake. \\ Among other factors FOR SERVICEMEN $6.00 double occupancy
,
I V CONSIGNATION
Thursday,June 1
each action plan must Entertainment nltely. Quarterdeck Lounge & Dint at Biser't Seafood
Bean Soup, Beef Stew with Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
Rice,Tuna and Noodle Casserole, Swimming' Pool,, Fret Undercover Parking.
Braised Pork Chops with
Dressing, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, iinun n MIn
Fish.Mashed ( j4mw1EMOTOR
Potatoes, Rice and, MILITARYAUTOMOBILEMILITARY
Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, HQTEL
Peas, Great Northern Beans, 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744
Okra and Tomatoes.
Within walking distance to all point of interest
CIViliAN.

HOULERADIO LOW RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN
:%:::::xw<:-:::tft:::::::ft:::::i:r :i>?iiii: ::: *fWff: :::::::ft::::::::::%:::w:::::::%::::::::::::
& TV AMERICAN MAYPORT

SERVICECtlor'BI. INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE AGENCY Mme 4d ewt
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'rri:::::::::::::::::i::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;

"TWO OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU"
Formerly Continental I Insurance Underwriters Out 11e41'I

"
6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD WO MAY PORT ROAD
(NtarNAS) (Near NS)
.Phone 381-7474 Phone 249.5649 Since 1e 5


lt*White TV
Stereo,Orundlg A Telef unken HAVERTV'8FURNITURE

302. JCB&Blairmore Marine: Radio Blvd. I j Just the thing i [for Spring I1r_ '

,Orange Park 264-3211

the Beneficial
-- !

rWOWI/! 1 I



;!! FREE 9- I IDRINKS'J' I ISAND LIIPI III. I I; MILITARY DISCOUNT!


I IIGOGO It'l cash to treat yourself to a new 1wardrobI...
j ,PLUS cash to spruce up the house...PLUS cash justn
$ haft ad enjoy! It's the PLUS LOAN at Beneficial
Finance...cash for any good reason.CH,or COM .

'1 GIRLSboth I fatodaylYou're On ALL furniture!in our huge new store...!
good for more at BENEFICIAL Military personnel ONLY!

at the .a I, El Beneficial finance'System ,

CARPETLOUNGE'3 I LOANS UP TO $600 You can't buy better furniture at a better price anywhere In
I Beneficial.Finance Co.of Jacksonville America.. period!,Come In and let us prove you save more at
J 505 NORMANDY BLVD PHONE 3M-45M Haverty'sl Easy terms, Free delivery,:Free parktngi
I ROOSEVELT BLVD.VENETIA VILLAGE SHOP.CTR.
535
| 109 Julia St. I Next to Wlnn Dixie Phont.,.f374 5515 Normandy Blvd. next to Pic 'V Save.r
j GOOD FOR ONE
I THIS AD
I S other Beneficial offices serve the Jacksonville Area y
Set phone book white pages for nearest office .
LUl..RJ1-J! . dMAY


.
V .M



.'
'-;:;''\"
-
,
w
-
------
I (


MAY 25, 1972

PAGE 6 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER



Ii Awards Presented To Civilian .


Jax Fred Bedeabai b, a Beae&eia Suggestion Award ofHarris. AtXATTCT
feremaa at NARF had a good m aU Basset received a 30-
idea for repairing scavenge Year Pia last week.She has beenat

r ptaapsplfee wear and won $890 w... works m Supply's NATTC far 14 years aDd is 1 i ,
for saving the government Material Dtrkkw.suggested that correctly assigned to the Central I

37907. a commiKicatioi system be Offices.
Bedenbaugh's idea solves the Installed ia the tracks. Howrrer.

problem of excessive spline wear this could DOt be dose die U the QuestionsAnd

by grinding a groove in the pump expense: of the operation.

shaft drive Krlitv and installing a Instead,Supply) has assigned a 4
spring wire retainer which regular driver with specific instructions -

"\ restrains the shaft splines in a : to contact the Supply I !1-:

L yedaeMnbtIT.VI predesignated points to receive

1 Louise Wright a supervisory updated instructions on pick up a
I don't plan
Tm 65, but
shipment clerk for bouseboId and delivery requirements.
to retire in the near future. J
goods at Supply,received a letterof Retires
What seal become' of the ,;-
I appreciation from a Samual Mott retired recently
Jacksonville Navyman for herS after It years at Supply. Be was rial security contribution* I
S assistance in moving his employed in the Material tore made over the many' THIRTY YEAR PIN-Joseph B. Hand, foreman of tt e Repair Branch

household here. Division Storage Branch. years' at NARF receives a pin commemorating 30 years of service recently

The letter, pretested U her Vy Service wards A. Your contributions yo at HAS Albany. Making the presentation is Capt. Dean E. Webster,

t!E Capt. Richard O'Uigalla. Three employees received 2$- Into the social security trust Commander Recconnaissanc Attack Wing ONE.

Supply Officer Baaed Mrs. Year Service Pins from Capt.TLMgUia. funds from which monthly

,i Wright ameag those tm the Supply ( They are Alfred social security payments are
Department whose hcipnsle lyle Raymond Gailia lad made. Even though you are 36 CentenariansOn

.kat could be a trying ezperieace Thomas Festoo aD from the working, roar contributionsare

r, a most eflidemuy handled and Material Drrkioau providing social security

smoothly accomplishedopentka. 31 Years At NARF protection: for your family If Retired Roll

Joseph Hand, foreman of you should die. At 72 you

Graduates NARF's Repair Branch can ret benefits even if you
Vernon Barefield of Supply's celebrated: his 30th year of QrD are still working full time. Jan There are currently 36 Perhaps the most famous fact

Purchase Division received a Service recently at NAS Albany, And you don't have to retireto men and women who are more about Mr.Thrash,who lived in a
certificate: of completion for his Ga. take advantage of the than 100 years old and receiving cabin in the forest of

f, course in formal: advertising and CeSebrales Retirement Medicare health benefits for annuities under the Civil Service Chickamauga National Park,

multiyear procurement from Cora Burke and Thomas those 65 or over. retirement law of 1920. was that when be became too
\ Capt. OTooghlin. Jordan celebrated their The oldest living annuitant is a feeble to walk to the post office

The training course was offered retirement from Civil Service: at woman, DOW 106, who retired for his annuity check be sent his
I at Headquarters, Naval the Naval HospitaLMrs. Q. In May, my husband under the mandatory provisions son, age 90, to get it.
Material Command at and I begin receiving social of the law in 1934 from the Today, 11 persons ten men and

Charleston S.C.Contact Burke was a laundry security cheeks. Since then, Veterans Administration. four women have been getting
.. With Drivers worker m the Operating Services ve hare been dirorced. What annuity for more than 44 years.
) Olin Harris suggestion that Division and retired after 26 effect vd this hare on my The oldest annuitant to date AH retired under the disability

l" two-way radios should be installed years. Mr. Jordan, a laImdrJmachiDe benefits! was Mark Thrash of provisions of the law. The one

in delivery trucks in the operator, worked for 15 A. If and hus- Chickamauga, Ga., who was who has received annuity the
you your
area won approval ands fa Qvfl Service. almost 123 years old when be died
years band were married at least in longest is a man, now s6 years
December
1943. Mr. Thrash old who retired in November
20 years and you reached 62 born ,
was Christmas day of 1820 -
before the divorce became 1922. His present annual annuity
HOMES FOR DYING when James Monroe was still
is more than twice his
social average
r final your security
r MAGAZINEMOVING 7' president. He was already 99 salary at time of retirement.
"--,-s...-....1............. benefits win continue.Q. years old when the Ovil Service
When 1 started vorkinff Eleven persons (10 men and
OUT OF TOWNWATSONC0P.OfJmeiII retirement
system began. He
.......- ... my social security contributions one woman) now receiving
.
----- worked for 28
........s-. were small years as a laborerat benefits worked for the federal
M w...-.....w-.........*-----.fiw., hate very the ChickamaugaChattanoogaNatiooalMilitary than
increased
,. -, They a number government more 55 years
of times since then.Hare Park and was before their retirement. The one

s benefits gone vp, tootA. July 101 years 1921.'Ibruh.old when he retired in with the longest known service

4MIKLANDINGBLV0.PHONE 77401POLYESTER Yes. The average retired in June 1969 at age 91,

monthly benefit for a retired after 6S years, 10 months and 10
was the father of 27 days of service.
worker has increased
some
chDdreaAt the time of his death
;. five times since payments be was living with his fifth wife,
first began in 1940. The
having outlived the other four.He
average retirement check in married his fifth
wile when he INTEREST?:
J 1540 was 2260. Today, the was 107 years old. -
a average is $116.

FIBERGLASS

Open for your convenience C .nL.IOp.nL 'r=rD


BELTED I TIRE 30,0'0'0 MILE PICK ROAD UP SERVICE ft DELIVERYD I '


,' ., GUARANTEE o MECHANIC ON DUTY I TITLi PA!INSURED DON

DiSTMfT o
AMERICAN ft FOREIGN CARS 1STCRTGAGE
!
,' CSEOTnm "
AS'GN'ENTSSHOR' '
F76-14 w 1S
.>> t G7f14r15RSPtCDM BOB'S OAK HILL -
s

10K6 i UDlw6tn I II T V

TERMS ....-- -
PAID MONT Hi V
uP SERVICE CENTER

-.P""i"IPtPTBiBlltfffffyffjJOJrd IHR U
FEE!11lTZ Lla W
L
} Jammes
Rd. Phone 771-ilSt SOLO OMY TO BONAF'P'
rm M IUSrm
RESIDENTS OF PLOR'DA'
I1RJ[IIFIII
;
***.f **** **** ** ** * I Send coupon tor Information I
I!1tT1T1 1 FIDELITY MORTGAGE:
NewNewNewDISCOTHEQUE/
Potttngtf rift GuerantW.rt / '

6."."+..J...... .!w.J kn..Ji wrf..fedI..1iIe......SI....'\ # a INVESTMENT 1
\ ......W lire i.ls...-ill.,....,.........,.., k.......qi.a. II,d.- CORPORATION
r i.k.:.MI',..t...M.4 w M.,..........d.... off.pees. .pass EVENING PRICES : I I 6880 Lake Ellenor Drive 1

I. Gv..teed eist ...,-.wf far m spec.iIiM ...... d --.. N ....d Suite 215 !
-...t..!m firs pe+:.4....wil..'&* .it,cfcargiKf ....anno em...,. r' DRINKS 485TOPLESS I Orlando, Florida 32809
.price. Ins "*r .....eIeweeK."piss....C*.._.0.1 vebid.s...iadv4.4. ; I ;

*' I NAME__._ .. ___... 1
p infHfPP TIRE I ..L'

GO-GO I AD R ESS._.....,,..._''_......... 1
/ COMPANY *BARBARHELLA GIRLS .. .1 !

.. 4-8 P.M. I *1 I CITY u..:......iJj J .I. .,. ....
OPEN DAILY 8-6 SATURDAY ft2i444 **
f fr tN THE LOUNGE I TELEPHONE.___...
NOHMAdOV ILWO 71 0721 !
wi' ,.H, ,. ."..'ii.II' ... ...
OSCE.UJUNGE .1 .IIPI _____'" ..-......


1r1.bkL..rv..r i tor tea.r it ..e a arr Jai I
w
--WIll"'ftlIll\;



'-- -.... '.....- .- ....._. ... -_ --.... .
..... 4
\(V" ,-. ... .. .
r __ ... .,. ___ ............ ",..... ....__........ 1t ...

;lI


25, 1972 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE
-- -
r


,
I






t ? f


.

.,&fAU.'UM KNOX
E iZZAN1.7AKEOUTOROERS

A ERNIE I ROSE: 'JCHMlNOHOOM' : AMERICAN SERVICENTERSPHONE

1948 Blanding Boulevard PREMIUM lEER'CNOICE CUtSTEAKS1TALAN : 264-400 or 388-2423
INSUtANCI.. SANDWtH s SPAO ET'tiPtZA.yt
PHONE 389-0338 Electronic Wheel Balancing
>":.. '1 Total Engine Performance
; -"""'- OtJft'.eCtM.tin'
..3 ;
No Fault Insurance For EveryoneDon't > s IiOURS} '" Ivzed Electronically
j ;:
"', ;3ui1Trwrs f ,>+t Prs'It.3El ;m e. & GREEN STAMPS
get caught short..BUY NOW! r., Fraoar :. P m'xUt.cs aM a LAna With All Purchases
t dos.O.Tuesdey* SatuCaY '4k m tx:4am}
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO. l ; 4 'r : 4467 SAN JUAN AVE.
Home Office: Bloomington Illinois L3fr1Rj1aftdrg, ,Bid, .'.ffe.: 77U170liiiiitiiiiiiiinitliiiniiTuimmiiiTiTimTiiiiim '.; l_= t 201 HWY. 17 ORANGE PARK

111I11111111111111111111111111I11111111111111I11111I111111 IIIIIilllllllIIIlilllllll{ Illlilllllilllh i 1 1i iull" !IlUm"1II I I I,I I I I I l l l l l l iJi l l l II l l l I l m l l l l III l{ ImUlimilllimmimmilimilimmilllllimilimilllllimilllimimillim limmi{


,:' .......,S. .> .' $::,.,'.>s, E o.lIt- .rJ "eiib: .j:u$ (...t'rp:. -: : n."71r 4* .;
j s 2' .O .
:: :, : or 7H4HWCal's -,.
"
... '
'
:
t. :
t.I'J :,
l..... 'f:' Ph. 772.1895 ... i

,", S', :. .!., .= TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS E T.V. Saks & .;Service .

> RCA&ZCNJtH' COLOR* BLACK&WHITE ,
r SAVE $200''
: ,,,, ;.: STEREO

81LLBURDICKOWNN'AH. , ., ,. ., .:i<.:;J. .
:: :' < j << < jf; ': .'. .
: :,.. ? v.. ,.. Mechanical. Work Gwran; : "'d:: :' <> [i < "- .. ,
,'\ < ; > >i : : Ret) "
B. Jordan (
; Pk'k"U'DflJv1"ry
?.....,,' f\.."..",';.'.,,.....,,,,...>,.;.".;. ,:).,':'.'+'' .':.,' ". ,.... .\!:!. It",>...:''; t ,.::1.. Jim Norris '' WELCOME Kla&. ....... .... ,' :.,:':J.t '\".
.... : :::' 'We,.ru..TH: ,.t-r Nr <:I:>'r. .1li'1I' .
i4VE. ri
i
< "..f71. AN'JUAH';' PHeN.Z i- 6706 103rd (BETWEEN BLANDING & 1-295). : i'
"\\4't {R:: \<:. .... N.. ..., ". .r ntlJi'J l..... t,, :k{{;: s t. :)J

111I11I1111I11I111I11I111111I111111111111111111111111111I1 l IIIIuIluIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPHONE 111I 1111111111111I11I11I1111111111111"( IIIIIIIHIIIIIIilllllllllllllllllllltllkAWYOUCANEATIk I'f Bllllllllllimmilllimilllllinmimimiimmimiimimiimillimilllll! llimmmi

264-9206 f : ; ; !
:: I
: ; :
OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION .P = CASSAT AVENUE ,
I'I'.M.cHIcKEN'L39i: : : j>:.;':r 1--:
NEED YOUR CAR INSPECTED? } MOBILE HOMESr
s'..fw :: /..'.- 1:
.
*
., :169BLANOIN '
: ; ,, + ,
REDGREENESGARAGE'Four = < No Job too big or too small I
: e*; retch rr1es SiaWr Huluppi*$ R = 1
: ;: i
"- .. ,. SPECIAL DISCOUNTTo
.
Miles South of NAS-H1GHWAY 11-Orange Park Mlch.Iob ..Draft::35c,,: Servicemen A. Civil
1 Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors '*jllj : '/ \ /L. ;. [! +\,',"'>,' ;."'. <<. I Service employees

Open OSOO-1800 Monday thru Friday _: :i._...A&, ::TOP .HATY DRIVE' .i;INt.t\. ; }. MINOR REPAIRS AVAILABLE '>_: BOULEVARD'D'_PHONr1'HK 1 c 1438 CASSAT AVE... PHONE 384-3407 f
:: j fj
11I11111111I11I111111I11I111I1111111111111I1111111I11I111I 1111111111111IIIIIIi1111111I111111111 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiilWe ;I 11111111111I11111111111111111I11111111111111111{J I
I

OPEN7JDAYS, A)NEKM' AMT08" sx PM1U3rd Welcome BankAmerlcard ::."'"VQUfc 'MOBILE HOME SHOPPING 'cBt./iBR/ ?!i ,:,
/ 'C
: ; : '; '
r- IMPORTEDSERVICENTER : ;

STREETY F1SH'MAR ETk. : "Nust8DIj1.-

r. ,
--- } S :c.\PV w wSQ
t5wtms.WeTtavf1f.. -
if ; :1
MAJOR 'MOBILE HOMES
r
< 3 .SI2CSOFSHRIMP q5 >,,
!BUSHELS OP OYSTERS & 'ts i4! TUNE-UP 4118 PHILIPS HWY.. '737-4366'
AVAILABLE c '
SCALLOPS imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiCOMPLETE Illlllllilllll 5070 NORMANDY BLVD. 387-6489
..2 CRABS NOW;\\H SEASON. :: !
.. : :... Smoked;Rh & Deviled Crab ,, Includes Parts, Plugs & All Labor OVER ISO NEW&: USED MOBILE HOMES

M7103fd Street- *Phone' ? W9\* 1.illllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1966 South Lane Ave. PH. 786-4955 __ :!'A. .TOCHOOSEFROM

1I111111111111111111111111111I11111 I !-nnnnnmm. 'I! nnununlunnnpllllInuuumnulUlunnuiluuluullllhhluunAsk! ..' '" 'J I!_illllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 111111111111111111111111111111111111111AMASON'S
> N
j'l
,
BLANDING BOULEVARD at>>Out t our great Savings)Book Passes "' : E

OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTIONAND MONDAY IS.... |. THURSDAY IS. ..< E
::
SERVICE E 1 : DOLLAR.DAY' DOLLAR.., NITS 1

HONEST COURTEOUS .,9AM,TIL,iPMSATURDAY. ; 6 PM. TI L. 12PM, (.E SEPTIC TANK SERVICE

SERVICE I .' ." ,:" .,,y New Tanks Clean Outs :
_
.
We Aim Heidlights, Replace Bulbs i IS. $ ,:
Blades I Repairs Filter Beds i
And Windshield Wiper 'PUIT.PUTT.
i DOLLAR, DAY :
ft Mile Swttt' of Orange parK High fl. =
,.. .. ,,
On Brandtng (State Road 21)) II = A <- : OQU m iln ::
JAMES JACKSONU.S. :: 9AM, ..' 'TIL' 'oPM W LIUNIM.l r. = ORANGE PARK GREEN COVE SPRINGS
i ;: 744 407? 214 3860
Military Retired ,, L.v? !
!1635E; .ANI3.CPtGBT.ut]} PHOI. +IE.711.2IOJ. aIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllllllullllIIllllllIllillhllllllll
2645343nulununnllnnulunnnnunnuuuunuunununuuuulumnnlnuuuum
PHONE = :

!! I !!! ! {( 1 l111111111111111111111111111111111111Performance .I IIIIIIItluulutnnunllnllnnaulllullllllnlluhllllllilliflllll" ,lllllllllilllllllllllh\
,
., .. .. ': .'. "f'Y'; <;'j; } '' ""o!' II
H : .1'\i '":p"'f. .t :'::p: .J: 'h :tifW.' ,::t'i < : : ; -1t!
: ;F .1/ N.;: :; !t1"r' r1.'M: ,: !I ; x ATLANTICy .' : 3
\\JR%.. "": : \\-,. ; t,.\ *fp f<- \ f.-. j.%.">.. .f (- !
Parts Co.
,\ l# .t : m i t1; RENT-A-CAR 1 l
;R l .t..1' J U'k ,e' ,, ;,7'i.: .\ MILITARY DISCOUNT ,
: t :
t. j ) 41t1 fl i "
t!" OM_ .w. :v,, a Domestic & Foreign MILITARY_ :: ; \ i
'.;>.x X. it'f'. ,... : : it: 17 ,rS. of age' and up! .
A 1.3': '' ;< ;< < !: \ "'1':}! !"'<, :'. AUTO PARTSSTAN I
; 't. ': : < I ,
% Xf;pij-'fkj""",1'-sount.Center, .,,<.. ". "' -; ,... -, ... .' > .: GILL CALL 387-5413 f'
; Ojo'
,
I;; ' '
:'EAGLE "CRANBROOK. > :' '." :vi::. f [i _" 3631 EMERSON Ph. 396.3658 c I FREE PICkUP DELIVERY 1". i :
4FLEETWOOD CHAMPION. : '; DEAN KITCHIN 62"17 Rcxttevclt e'>vd(behind Hess CM Co.) > '

*' ; ",, ::.r&:S:...LA N.tAI .""I'1r0 rE.!sI:tf1t M.. : 1 I._ j 6417 ROOSEVELT Ph. 387.4468 ::-. ____ ... ...tlff' ':"CYCLE RENTAL I ......... ; I .I;


tuiinniiiiniiiiniiiiiiii-.!..........................---. iiimiilllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll! llllir f ii illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIII IIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!i I miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimmmiiiiiniiiiiiHiiii I I I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiii{ n, :
'1

,

r SAVE TIME AND MONEY!!..


CHECK THIS SERVICE SHOPPER WEEKLY FOR THE BEST BUYS IN TOWN!!





---. ..-- ..' .-.._- ..- -.- -, ._. -yMAY --' .. ,



t MAY 25, 1972
rAGE JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER -





ht 1 Have A Happy Memorial Day Holiday} '


'
',
'r
: c ,
'' J "
(


Drive Safely And Live Through It |::} .'


: Jt.
'
,'\ I\ "' ..

r: "


.
x#%r..eJ':x. ,, 43
,I


F k ". '." \\
: \; : '



% ( When to use which


_

Rapid Shave.



_
(


,',
'
And why


:*y ,, r y} ::11v:: __



t '
.. + .' 4k ;
'
S : 'Sa
r rAkSd S'SS Y E:


'Y. ', .'
.

Vi) A ..} 4Py .. (
/.s..k s' S'

r

d 5,





;:

.k.
"






.' ::: "



a lift?

Rapid Shave Lime 4N
Twr.t1 a
glvesyouatangypickmeup
$,' fragrance. k Face feeling ;.: ,
Its rich lather soaks .
Ordinary day? deep to give you a M sensitive? :
Rapid Shave Regular clean comfortable 1f Rapid Shave Lubricating S

smells great_ shave shave. Lather provides a thin .: .'V -
< with this famous coating of lubrication .

wake-up fragrance between your face,and .. w
to keep you going.all Trying to cool it? blade to make your S : day long. razor glide comfortably -; i!;'
Shave '
Rapid
Menthol
across,your face. ", *k. Mint gives your face a .'" > ,e t"
cool tingling sensation. .; :
Y '! :: ; } > : : ,"; ,! \
.. .... A refreshingly cool !. .
: ,
<
t
,
-oJ< "' and clean treat for, : y '. : : :.j
;:;: :*-, > '
< your face. .
,; : : : ; "
.
... q .. ,


:': }'

Theresa Shave shave to: ,
fit, any mood. '. 1'"H, ; l' :" '.'' k 1.n.
1':\, *; :3ftlii'M""rv.'r\

..' .
: ,
". Ss ,
} ;
tl..raar. ; ;
._.
., .
1150 St- STORE COUPONsave .::
15
.,'t .larle.--"''.'Iff......-....M N-IN.NN.....oct
"I M M :r
M NrN
','J{ *' r1/N uc.N.a./. ,:: w w MN =
J' :' v M M N. rl N w NNMI cNN= I
Hwy nN..a.w ;:==:NNwr:4r,Nd, AM. _
.
.w w NNMr M. NNNN
= M NIN,11,1. rwr1 N M
c ,.1 I Ni1MN... .NwMNN MNMM.. MILN Mgr.rtlw NMMNN?N4 Mw1MwnIN f SAPID jAPlt5MAVI>
41MNMrIr::.:..cI :-..: *HAVE I
=-/NMN..w ,w==E:.:M w. L/ A
rNq.=:::. =M. ? ,1 ,
/ / wll
Whatever mood I =:W .rlNN M M1NIN N rrglr _
.
your ... ..
: .. a1N"r ,h NUry N:.NIKNNIN- WTONH$ T cJ
:.':.:..i N4 N"/M_ti N Mw ANY 51 2EPON ...r 1'
f. ........-............ '-'"' -
,;l '.:: .w, ........ .::::.": ,
J j, .'/ ''',. 1 ==:M. NNNrr1 M PALMOLIVE RAPID SHAVE i 'r
..
,
: '; 1I SAVE 150 awr+*"""-- > -im.lMMIH.I/ ,MM
,i&i Oflw Mm tax N,mi CM*MM I/N M|| I
:.. : ,
f I.15 Cood,only on p.lmOllve IIIpld Slv,.Any oth.,UM
: CMstltuttt
frtud.
M-39 15 |
--.;;.:;.I.1 \



h



25, 1972 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 9



I Black Sailors: Men With A Proud History. .:. I


Jax President John F. Kennedy once said, "The elected to both the South Carolina have recognized it at the time, years following, but hardly any
price of freedom has always been high, but we as and the U. S. House of but the end of segregation in the remained for extended periods.By .
I Americans have always paid it." Representatives for four terms. Navy had already begun. the time of the Korean

This is especially true of America's black Navymen.Some The first hint of any The Selective Service Act of conflict, black officers and
segregation in naval policy madeits 1940 was the "prime mover" of a enlisted men were still a small
appearance shortly after the series of actions that would but vital part of the Navy's
30,000 black men and manning boats and piloting advent of the SpanishAmericanWar. eradicate the segregation operating forces.
women, including nearly 600 coastal vessels. policies in the Navy within the Among those who served with
officers, are currently on duty In the War of 1812, black men By the time of World War I, next few years. distinction was Ensign Jesse L.
with the Navy, serving in a comprised about one-sixth of the that small seed had grown to full One of the Act's provisions was Brown, the first black Americanto
variety of ratings and in a wide total naval personnel. bloom, and the 10,000 black men that "...in the selection and win the wings of a naval
range of pay grades. Nearly one-quarter of the total who volunteered for naval service training of men under the Act, aviator.He .
Few are aware that their force, some 30,000 black men, and in the
were relegated to duty as interpretation and was killed in action during a
history is as old and as proud as fought with the Union Navy messmen.At execution of the provisions of the daring series of attacks on enemy
the nation itself. during the Civil War and many the end of the War, all black Act, there shall be no ground troops and supply lines on
On Christmas night, 1863, the others served on Confederate enlistments were stopped until discrimination against any Dec. 5, 1950, and was
Union gunboat Marblehead ships. 1932. When enlistments were person on account of race or posthumously awarded the
engaged in a furious artillery Of the 3,220 Union Navy reopened, it was official policy color...". Distinguished Flying Cross and
duel with Confederate shore casualties in the war, 800 were that blacks could be recruited The Navy at that time was the Air Medal.
batteries in the Stone River, near black. only for messmen duties. relying primarily on volunteers, Today, in ever-increasing
Legarevffle[ S. C. Civil War Hero The Beginning of Change but the War Commission, with numbers, black men and women
During that battle Robert Blake One of the most amazing featsof Those conditions continued to thefull backing of President are adding new pages to the
became the first black Navymanto the war was achieved by prevail until December 7, 1941, Franklin D. Roosevelt, even proud history of those who served
win the Medal of Honor. As a Robert Smalls, a slave pilot on when hundreds of Japanese tually forced the Navy to accept a before them with dignity,.
steward aboard Marblehead, the new Confederate steamer airplanes dropped out of a certain percentage of black courage and distinction.
Blake could have gone below CSS Planter. Sunday morning sky and attacked draftees.In New Program Underway
decks to relative safety. Early in the morning,while the Pearl Harbor. the summer of 1942, the Under the leadership of Admiral .
Instead he chose to replace a officers were ashore, Smalls and Even as the bombs were Navy ordered an end to the policyof Zumwalt, and with the full
powderboy who had been killed. 15 members of the slave crew got falling, a black sailor once again enlisting blacks only as backing of the Secretary of the
Someone had to carry the gun. the Planter underway and stepped forward to make his messmen.In Navy, a wide range of programsis
powder boxes to ensure equal headed toward the open sea. mark In history. 1944, at Great Lakes, 12 now underway to ensure that
distribution to all of the gun With the Rebel flag flying, they Aboard the battleship West blacks were commissioned as equal opportunity is a reality and
crews. boldly sailed past the guns of the Virginia was Mess Attendant ensigns. Later that year,another to preserve the human dignity of
Fourteen hours later, the Rebel forts which guarded the Doris "Dorrie" Miller. Duringthe group of officers was com every individual member of the
Confederates were defeated and harbor entrance, giving the attack, the ship's com missioned in the Navy's corps of Naval service.
the captain of the Marblehead correct routine signal with the manding officer was fatally staff officers. Last year Rear Admiral
entered in his log-book that ship's whistle as they passed. wounded. By the end of World War II, the Samuel L. Gravely, Jr. said,
Robert Blake "...excited my Finally, the ship came abreastof Miller and several other men Navy had 60 black officers, In. "...To be the first black officer to
admiration by the cool and brave the huge guns of Fort Sumter carried their dying commanderto eluding two women officers in the be selected for flag rate is indeedan
manner in which he served the and since everything appeared to shelter under a hail of gunfire. WAVES.Low honor. But whereas I may
guns...". be normal, passed unchallenged.As Miller then manned one of the Retention have been the first, I will not be
In recognition of his gallant soon as the ship was out of ship's anti-aircraft guns, and At the war's end, the future for the last...".
performance, the courageous ex range of the fort's cannons, though he had no formal training blacks hi the Navy did not seem His statement is true. In the
slave was awarded the Medal of Smalls hoisted a white flag and In the use of that weapon, shot to hold much promise,and nearlyall Navy, as in the nation black
Honor for "conspicuous delivered the ship to the Union down several of the attacking of the officers elected to Americans will be as vital a partof
gallantry,extraordinary heroism Navy blockading the harbor. aircraft. return to civilian life. the future as they were in the
and intrepidity at the risk of his The intelligence information Three months after the attack, A few others entered in the past.
own life...". obtained from Smalls was "Doric"Miller was presented the
Eight{ other black Navymenhave directly instrumental in the Navy Cross, the Navy's highest
also earned the highest of defeat of Fort Sumter. award for gallantry. A bank '
the nation's awards for valor. After the War, Smalls__was __Few, if any, could possibly good
The history of the black man in
has
the Navy actually dates back to more answers
the American Revolution. Fifteen J.WIA.EC:: ,
than it has
hundred blacks served in the questions

Navy during the RevoluntionaryWar MOBILE HOMES ,

,loading guns,working sails,
We have a way with ideas and a way with
12 wide,2 bedroom and
money-ours yours.
completely furnished Because having money is one thing. But
FRIENDLY, RELAXED
plus knowing what to do with it is an entirely
QUIET ATMOSPHEREHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIHHMIIHIIHHIIHMIMII L 3595 tax '' different story.

At the best of all possible banks it's a question -
IDEALLY: LOCATED FOR of what we can do for you. It's not a
CECIL FIELD. N.A.S. 3115LEON RD. PHONE 7244454
what do for
of us.
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS East of Par 3 Golf,off Beach Blvd.let's question you can
From the president to any teller, we want
CHURCHES AND to answer your problems with our money

": : <
building our references and resources to pro-
Take 103rd to FirestoneRd. ,'" vide the best answers.
., Turn South 2 Blocks ."
into deeds.
And we turn those answers
Past Forrest High School. ':. L That's why so many people listen to what the

best of all possible banks has to say. Our
tOLONIALtOREST actions always speak louder than words.
:"
.,::1 ., :. .
', :
F '
W
APARTMENTS .
8ANKbyMAILIJA!I
5928 FIRESTONE ROAD ',' e
7716666Jax
$ d

.. J.j c
GreatestFURNITURE .n I.t .-S '
s ,.
I !k ORANGEPARK

Values! PHONE 264'.9526II'

./ U.S. HIGHWAY 17
WHOLESALE .K..rtIff'I""" ORANGE PARKMAY

PRICF TO EVERYONESURPLUS ,o..,.", KEW
.\
...-. .
.
.. --
--
I . .- -- -- .

I see..when did we get together last?' 'd, ,
i Your question _

.
=
r. H
I. :'-

GOODS :.. .
,e'" ;- ..,. ,
... I -
DISCOUNT STORE ', V Our answer
=
; a
.


I


..---'- _...,.....,.._-...._-..,...."......,,...--- .....,..,! <"A''m.JlL.1IC..:.'



--
.
L
j -_
," .
... '
-


MAY 25, 1972 'I
PAGE 10 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER ...


I The NAS Jax Parachute Loft. ;,I

Jax-Have you ever wondered what goes on inside the ;
part of Hangar 1000 normally referred to as the :
parachute loft? As you might think it's got something to
do with parachutes. It does in factand also has to do

with water survival equipment.A .
crew of 18 parachute riggers, with PRC Fertic in

7 AG.. charge,work in the parachute loft. Parachute rigging is
a very important job, therefore, all P R's must be "A"
or School graduates and must have made at least one jump
with a parachute they rigged themselves.The .
; four major sections of the parachute loft includethe

4 apA sewing section, packing section, flotation section,
and the oxygen regulator section.
When the parachutes are visually inspected they are
checked to see if all the seams are intact. If any have
pulled loose, they can quickly be repaired in the sewing

section.In .
the packing department, the parachutes are
stretched, put on long work tables and the shroud lines
are carefully separated, folded and tucked through
loops inside the pack. Then the canopies are folded and
1 put inside the pack. A parachute rigger and a helper can
completely pack a parachute in 25 to 30 minutes.In .
S the flotation section, life rafts, anti-exposure suits,
4. i and life vests are carefully inspected for any disorders.
1
MMVrF
f
1

INSPECTING THE PARACHUTE-Inspecting the ballistic spreader gun are PR3 W.Geiger and PR2
K. Price. This gun is actually a safety device,which literally blows the parachute open,by pullingthe
rip cord.

M1
I 4 (
NC? DOWN:PAYMENT PORV 'S cuerr .
Sell yfti th Wt1 ltJPCk |lirttn DIYISIONI
itntf TV
Make*nt at'tMfti'tftli1sfstro





I ..

homes

31'Wiles South of I 295 '
In the< Jutir you will titer to this as I plumbing
___; QX_OR ANGE PARR -
problem net a leak in security //
I


LEOPARD

PACKING DECK-PR2 K. Price and PR3 W. Geiger carefully pack a
00 capability election parachute, which is a parachute that can'be
completely opened from the ground in case of an emergency.

:

<.
LOWESTPRICES
:It I

1a Iffi






RETURNS TO THE PIRATES TAVERN

MONDAY MAY 29th. IqSpecial

U1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11Ii
24 Hour A DavRESTAURANT II ORANGE M

I PARK'
= MONDAYTHRUSATURDAY '= liii

E.SUNDAYTILLMIDNIGHT., ., =
= = (US17))
'
= RING OF _
FLAME
: 1 at I 1-295
I RESTAURANTS JI 5 '

Steak and Lobster with all _
| the Free Salad you can eat... rand :: Financing
= Beer you can drink. E
ETIlWORLD'icerc Northeast Florida's forService
= HAPPY HOUR 1 Atcomodatlons3PM. Newest and Finest

E .-7 P.M. == ( Personnel

Bar Hi-Balls I .
40c Reg us. Pat. Off.

5 Free Horsd'ouevres = 120 MOTEL ROOMS COLOR TV

illllllllllllllllltmilllllllllllllilllliiillliiiiilliilill/ / / / $ $, / llilllllllllillE/ \ 2 SWIMMING I I POOLS butt
...::;: ..t'T 1" L n SSSSESSS555S' ....-.::
(US, 17)) 1-295 ORANGE PARK PHONE 264-9513 _





-- -
-
--.



>Sr ..

,I
MAY 25 1972

i i : ...... JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGERil PAGE 11
m m mmfmmf *mmfaf* *ma m *mmmmmmmm *m m mmmm tmmmmmm m m*

What Goes OnThe From The Inside? I

water survival equipment is given
and if any leaks are found the equipment leakage is either tests, ': < '.' .... D

repaired or replaced. The life rafts r,

thoroughly to see that there are no leaks are and checked that the .. ,..>:,'\ ,, : >> ',.
water survival kits are intact > 'I- ,
'
and w > :'
complete. IIIi "
,
11\-\ .
The oxygen regulator section is where all composite I"k 11' f
"
deluter demand and :; I .
oxygen oxygen miniature ,. (' ,
I regulators are tested at NAS. These oxygen regulators .11I.' I l

+I are used aboard aircraft which fly at an altitude of ; i
! 50,000 feet or more. ." ,1'. -- '
! The oxygen regulators are tested in regulator test : : .. J ', 0'
! stands which are designed for testing for flow ,:' 1
y
, capacities, oxygen concentrations, pressure charac- t ,, .<
teristics, and various leakage tests at different I
simulated altitudes. I ,
Parachute rigging and water .
survival is a very im $, '
portant business, and all the men who work at the (' P < I
.; parachute loft do their best to make the equipment as "
safe as possible.

; After all, the parachute and water survival equipmentmay A :: I'II
} be the only chance to save a man's life when he is in : t1 : : ....:

! a troubled situation. I
& ,
i SI

i; '.-. ,",.
'- J I ; w. *
'
:S,fl: h neg.; .
T .
tL R 1l i:it
I
.
.
0"11 + /'
.. ,
} 1. (t
""\"..)If ,

,'1 t.
h,1l, III

OXYGEN REGULATOR SECTION-PR1 N. H. Hale uses the oxygen regulator test stand to test an
oxygen regulator's flow capacity at different simulated altitudes.S'S .



!
ca 'f C V i 2A S Blandmg Boulevard
House of Quality Foods Cedar 5 Phone S; !!SCeBter

CHECKING FOR LEAKS-Giving the life rafts and life vests a Every FRIDAY I Night is
thorough inspection for leaks is PR3 S. Noyes. Every SATURDAY Night, is FAMILY Y NIGHT

STEAK 1 1 79 chick e&
LEAVE COMING UP?
Dumplings 79.
IV4 "
your IJ@fI11@lWlllll@P@JJ1fj' } NIGHT Chopped Steak

can provide the funds Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables. Bread and Butter

Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your LUNCH 11AM tilt PM DINNER 4 PM tilB PMBrasso
money needs are handled the way you want them.
Call or come in-we'll do the rest. Mow thry Sat

DOMESTiC FINANCECOKfORWOH
.
-,_ :-.--
SINCe HIT
\ LOANS TO$OO
8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK presents:



WNOI ESAI LE PRIG ES TO A !: ,.

!t!:: ";: / '

NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCESNEW '
f ., I
,
ft USED TV SETS % ? ". ,,"
NEW ft USED REFRIGERATORS ft STOVES
I NEW CONDITIONERS DESKS AND TYPEWRITERSAIR I >

Hrs.f a.m..7p.m.Come In 1 Browse ': .

WESCONNETT FURNJTORECO, 't.
S
: AESCONWTT Jl i Jrd O'SO


We Offer the Largest Selection of f

24' WIDE Mobile Homes in N. Florida!

We also represent 27 Manufactuers of 12'wide models.

k'e Tracle for A nvthing .
Most All Models and ,
From ,
fii//i// Cools
Floor Plans IN STOCK'
to Battleships!
See US TODAY
For complete selection I
eAllthedFaiiTheres
/i VA Bank .Savings and Loan
I t o Long TermFinancing nothing like Brasso to make a household shine! "
rL' l' R I Shines everything from bathroom fixtures to bicycles.

Brasso cleans and polishes brass, copper chromium I
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS stainless steel and pewter-quickly,safely and brilliantly. I Sf+ )'
SAJtf? > Keep a can of Brasso in the kitchen to get those pots --
V Personnel
+ to MILITARY and CIVIL SERVICE
and pans I looking new again. And give Dad a can to
ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES ': brighten up all those odd jobs! With Brasso around. n .

BACK AT 6263 ROOSEVELT BLVD.. OUR ORIGINAL LOCATION theVe's never a dull moment. '




,. ------- ,
..
-------r- :
:to ? ,7' ;
-
---
-
- -- -
--
-
-



_.w ,_ ,.... ... _.__.. ... .. - --


MAY 25 1972"P"I

PAGE 12 JAX AIR NEWfrLATWINGER

'''I\U\


fl1 U C



,

d
r I i




I c \ 1 -


:1
-
; t ,

__ _
__
ijJ' d r






The lift of the JOWC's"Roaring Twenties"party at the 0' Club seemed to center of the entire event Decorations were created by Nlta (Mrs William) Parks and the

around the lively floor show by the JOWC'"flapper" girls. At left Pat (Mrs. R. A.) entertainment was handled by Betty (Mrs. Olaf) Andersen. The "Roaring Twenties"

Mosman entertains guests with her version of "On the Good Ship Lollipop"whiletatright) party,with Its Bonnie and Clyde theme, is an annual fund-raising event with.the.jowc.

eight of the girls do a sona and dance routine popularized In the 20's. The credit for the The funds go to support various activities,Including the Navy Relief

... success of the party Is attributed to Helen (Mrs. William, ) Slzemore, who was chairman



I JOWC Previews Fall Fashions :, Retirees Meet I


Jax The Jacksonville Of Reservations must be made Lewis,commanding officer of the February 1963 and the local duty personnel of 15 years whose

ficers' Wives Club will end its before May 26 at a cost of$2.50 for Naval Hospital, spoke to the Chapter 19 was founded here in EAOS is within six years or on
busy year with a preview fall members and 3.00 for non- members on the regionalization October 1971 to aid its own their 20th year of military service -

fashion show, May 31, at the members. Call your various program for area Navy members, promote better and retirees (for medical
Officers' Club. command representatives, Mrs. dispensaries.program will be relations between the retired reasons) who have served 10
Sourbeer at 771.2062 or Mrs. phased in this July based on the Navy and the civilian communityand years.

The main business of the Lavin at 3894922.) success of the pilot program in serve as a liaison betweenthe Chapter 19, which includes 74
meeting will be the election of Portsmouth last
As
year. Capt. retired and active Navy members meets twice a month
,
new officers for the coming year. Retirees Meet Lewis explained, Jacksonville
community.
and
once for a general meeting
The event begins with cocktailsat will be the second
Navy activityto The Ladies Auxiliary of .
once for an executive meeting.Jax
11:15 a.m. and a parade of Chapter 19 of the Retired and implement this nationwide Chapter 19 was formed shortly
; fashions will be sponsored by the Enlisted Association and Ladies program and the full story shouldbe thereafter. 86

Auxiliary met last Wednesday at released next month. Retired serviceman of all five

Navy Exchange. Luncheon will the old Acey Ducey Club. The Retired Enlisted branches are eligible for Jax 86 members held their

follow at 12:30.: The guest speaker, Capt. C. W. Association was formed in membership, along with active monthly social education

meeting last week at ComptonHall.

.
Dr. Harvey Pearl, a

WhafVblvo i and of Jacksonville Podiatrist and

: ,. engineers groups area chairman of National Foot
:. Health Week (May 9-15).spoke to

in smoke illed the members on the proper care
'
r
men rooms of feet and discussed foot

I j yM problems from birth to

,M are doing to cleanup the anus. adulthood. This month has been

r designated as Foot Health Month
.
.
.
.
\ t", ....,'w">.,,"" ,..,.. t -<<>.ft'Af'-- 9oFenmv..w.hrsaua '" across the nation.
'I 4 Blanche (Mrs. Everett)

Jenkins was elected to the officeof
): parliamentarian and Barbara

\ .: (Mrs. B. J. ( Howard served as

installing officer during a candlelight

,;<;i* ceremony.WILDFLOWERAlthough.
1 ,: ., .
h
i 4


:::4(

M c

""- '
'" '
'* -' -- ...."""", --'g


., ::1-\ ::--- : ,J _


-.- -. 1r .... ,
.
k* : :

_


'. t -'. ti___ _____________ __ __ __________ ____ ________ ___________________ ,... '- '





.: Men in Washington and in Kate carburetor
:: engine.(In California, Gas Rationing rides
capital around the country have where smog has been-and i-of I again.. _. ..
come to the conclusion that clean air critical
nr- concern,the Volvo system was"
t i a*important a*clean government.S cited as being the most advanced of ; A 1972 Volvo equipped with I.hi"Icoclnnic .
i I' \\J l >they've developed programs any auto maker's.)Th continued to fueMnjcction system burns
.; t." improve the quality of the air work sin; the problem and for 1972 I lew gasoline than a 71 Volvo with
'1< including the reduction of noxious have come up with, our best solution carburetors.And the engine can do
P,, ", ,4 automotive exhaust emission its joh on a low er-rated octane gas.
..:.....,. :.' A..ardealen..hi.comrlkalnour yet.In simplest terms,it depends oi> So not only does your car go fartheron
.
t. tl live a hit since measure taken to eliminating the carburetors and a gallon of gas,but so does your
i 9i',' :..t: lessen exhaust emission cost money. substituting an electronic I fuel "*"*>. What about the .
:
.
However
t ,a living breathing ?
injection .
t is system that feeds!gasoline future? ; .
human beings we welcome this lately directly into the cylinders.Thequantity -
a',.: Uncovered interest in cleaning up ourenvironment. of gas injected is determined Volt engineers are working now ,t I
;'- to improve emission -
our contnllIlnanlidralion
: ,y: \ by an d< Cleanliness is next to.. into account air and water" tempera.turea standards as yet undefined.
'/r .air ,accelerator
..impossible.i A*long a*there's an position and pressure engine speed in order However" ,you may need a car no"" wts'r
'internal combustion to So come to our place and r: .
engine,there'llbe I feed the test ;, '
engine! only a quantity of gas ... 1:
drive (
residue a new" u.linjC'Cld'ul"t
some given off from the it can burn efficiently.Combustion is hat's
combustion procens.The idea is to more complete and the quantity of built strong to last for)'ears. not
reduce this waste to tolerable noxious carbon Then you should he able to forget particularly Ion
compound.uhau".ed a if wild
about the future until
quantities. a long time
into the air is flowers
reduced. photographer SP5 Cur.
from the .
Back in Volvo present.PAUISH
1967 engineers
However,the benefit of electronic tie A. Mauldin developed
: developed an emission cOfttrol."t..m an on
fuel-injection than
/ are more derstandabk
that worked well with our standard ecokigical. VOLVO passion for daisies
\\'S-.:. ,, when he saw those adorning the
t' .. bikini of Auburn Univ. co-ed
,.." ,il UuraotOrortfr 3363634
Louise McPhcrson.
.......if


di
.::0 .. -' .
'
i'hat'M lM/t' "'; : :;
-
-- -
-



, '. I' !i} .
'
..,---- .


Lv

25 1972 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 13

.
.' ,
1 ::,Ifa M: .' :.:\.':.: .'..''I.J :. J"a'I: | ; : \ ; \

HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY = CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Publisher Movie Schedule


NAS JAXAIRNEWS Jacksonville CALL? 388-2755


Ads should b. mailed to arrive not later than ._ .- _m. _ill -HitBMHi- ....
LATWINGER TueSday for publication the following Thursday. I
Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published the following week unless the

It publisher I. instructed otherwise. A Check or Thursday,May 25 Drama, Starring Clint Eastwoodand
money order for
the full
cost of the
ad
must be
i received WITH the copy for the ad. NAS: uTilE RACING Geraldine Page. "R"
4747 San Juan Avenue I SCENE" Color Drama, Starring lODmin.)

Jacksonville, Florida i. RATE: minimum charge(3 lines) $:.oo James Garner and Parnelll HOSPITAL: "THE RACING
Per additional line' ((4 words line
per ) .50
Jones. "G" (92 min.) SCENE"

.HOSPITAL: "GONE WITH Saturday,May 27

-------------------.- ._n_ THE WIND" Color Drama NAS: "OLD SHAT-
..
--- <*<+>*+++++*: ::::: .. ,
J SINGERS$20 EACH JIR UNFURNISHED HOME Starring Clark Gable and Vivian TERHAND" Color Western,

:EM'.pYM.EP4T": : .' sewing machines In excellent con- Avail Immed., Lg.rooms, Kit. equip., Leigh. "PC" (222 min.) Starring Lex Barker and Daliah.
ditlon. Furniture Sew 'N' ound. 1564 Screened porch, Fenced Yard. $140. Lavi.uPG"
Friday, May 26 (92 min.)
Hendricks Ave., Corner LeSalle St. mo.Also,3 BR, Unf house avail. June
JOBSIJOBSIJOBSI 1st. $125. NAS: "BEGUILED" Color HOSPITAL: "BEGUILED"
horthand Secretary, Dictaphone
Louise T. Bailey
MAG
WHEELS
>perators, Typists Clerks,
14" Chev. Five Broker 771-3605'
(eypunchers.IGH spoke, dark center. --
< PAY NO FEE "American" Complete set of 4 Incl. ssa

Call Norrell Temporary lugs & dust covers. $59.95. 3871851. MOBILE. HOMES I .. ... ,.k .;*;.* If
396.5371MECHANICALLY you _
mma mmmm
PAINTING & REPAIR WORK JUSTISSTRAILERPARK lose it, .
INCLINED Free Estimates "-
INDIVIDUALo 389-7929 or 384.7170 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS'Clean Modern it isn't lost. .
learn Tire Customer Sales trailers and apts. 3893007. SEE :' -+...r 1 0 000 000 000E
business. Training & excellent
leflts. Part time. Leave |lob ob- BABYSITTING IN MY HOME SHORT OF CASH

lectlve resume-2430 Blanding Blvd. For Military couple with 1 or 2 RENTING? Take stock in America.
children. Call 771-0946. Use our Rental Purchase Planto

FULLTIME. PART TIME SALES get Into a home of your own.
High Commission ) Field F">,<:\" .}REAL: ESTATE* ',<.; '* Price Mobile Home Center
354-5450 : 10607 Atlantic Blvd.
Jax 721-2444
.
SECRETARY CASH r- "

Immediate opening In downtown law We buy,sell and trade equities. t J'
'R $P iT1T N {
firm office for Secretary with Gen. Louise T. Bailey *"" T. yo, .,. ,M, y ..,"
f flee exp.,typing& shorthand. Exec. 771-3605 Broker e-
condition, and fine contained TRAVEL TRAILERS
rklng fringe LUXURY'71 MUSTANG GRANDE Self ,

leflts.Salary commensurate. Legal WE REPRESENT MANYof AT, AC, PS, R&H WSW, Bucket seats, .
XI' preferred, but not required. 354- the Navy Personnel Interested In Vinyl top. Purchsed new $4300, Book 1&j71 PICK UP CAMPERS & MOTOR HOME
))351 or write Suite 655, Fla. Natl. Bank
$3250. Quick sale $2895. 264-9934.
purchase of land for future use or
$e
Idg., Jax Fla. 32202. Also "You don't have to broke to first class"sodrlvea *
profit. homes of value, FHA or MERCEDEZ 230 SL 4 go go
VA financed, in all sections of City. Both tops, AT. New MIchelin tires, '' little and save a bundle
MISCELLANEOUSA Please contact Tom Brooker, US Exec. cond.$2700. 7374647 or 3871806.
Navy Retired Your Interest Is
I 66 VW

RECORDED MESSAGE BY A protected.Wynne Realty of Florida,Inc. New paint. Completely rebuilt. $700. CAMPERS RETREAT
2689252.
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells Realtors _
you how you may become a 389-5514 771.2082 '69 FIAT SPIDER '

DISC JOCKEYCall 850 Convertible. R&H, Mags, Good On US1 In CALLAHAN, FLA Ph. 879-2211
3S5-2944 any hourVAAPPROVED HIDDEN WATERS condition. $970. 7728014._

Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots
For Veterans and serviceman available. Excellent 63GLASSTRON
,
fishing boating,
17' with 65 h.p. Mercury, plus extras.
swimming. Mobile Home area. High,
$795. Phone 771.3211,.ext. 8340 aft 9
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E.
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Lake Asbury on No. 209, LaRue. 725- p.m. WIDE
Pick up & Delivery Available. 3992. '72 YAMAHA 100's
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. Roadblkes, $295. Atlantic Rent-A-Car.
AAastercharge & BankAmerlcard 3875413.
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 WE BUY* SELL EQUITIESCall MERC. COLONY PARK ST.WGN. VOLKSWAGEN INC.
EdgewOOd Crt. 3890064. us for quick service. PB, PS, AC, AM-FM Stereo-tape. ,
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc.
Going to Iceland, Must sell. $2895.
4543 Wesconnett Blvd. LCdr. Durham 7723482. 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781.5511
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO 771-3052 737.3864

Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape 66 PONTIAC TEMPESTAT OPEN DAILY8T08:30-SATURDAY8TO5

players, at dealers' cost to liquidate PS, AC, V-top. '350'. 48,000 miles. SUNDAY 1 T06 PM
stock. Full warrantyl I Phone.771-0409. NEW HOMES $1450. 389-8466 aft. 6 8. weekends.
3&4BR,2 baths, Bullt-ln-Range, Cent. 69 AUSTIN HEALY SPRITE, 23,000 $1395
Heat, Prices from $19,900 up. FHA or BULTACO.MATADORFor miles
LIVE CRABS VA Terms. Fast Occupancy. Edw. 0. dirt only.$600.or best offer. Spare
Wilford's Fish Camp Lyon Broker, 3895161. front tire Inct. 771.3211 ext. 8408. 71 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE, 7,000 miles .$2495

264-9707 |*B.Its-n a*tta-mm m mm Ex. clean
PHONE 3W-I53S1
I .. 71 GMC112 TON PICKUP, Trailer Hitch, $2295
SINGER TOUCH & SEW BEAUTIFUL 2,3,48.S ACRE TRACTS I
Makes all types fancy designs. But. On Normandy Blvd.,two miles west of I Clean

tonholes, stretch stitch, winds bobbin Cecil Field. Choice homesites, paved. (it)I \ 69 CijEVEllE WAGON, 8 cyl, AT, PS, $1895
Inside machine. Like New Responsible road, close to town, local phone, no '
party to take up pmts. of $8. per restrictions. LOW DOWN PAYMENT. r-=:= R&H
mo. Rayfields. 6437 Wilson Blvd. EASY TERMS -Mobile Homes I I $2750
71 VW BUS
Welcome. Free title Insurance, lust 12 9.1251 King St.

PRESSURE WASHING surveyed. NORMANDY ACRES. Signon I Jacksonville Florida 32204 I 69 OLDS, AT, AC, R&H, Clean $1950
property. Your personal Inspection I
MOBILE HOMES HOUSES Invited anytime. DEVELOPER! I WANTED 71 VW STA. WGN., 16,000 miles, AT, R&H $2895
FILTERKLEEN3s.c.7576.Ans. OWNER 2893421. I
S.rv. 86pmRAY'S USED CAMERAS AND I 69 SQUAREBACK, AC, R&H, AT, Low
I EQUIPMENT.WE PAY .
PRESCOTT,ARIZONA I Mileage $2195
I
TV SERVICE U
TOPDOLLAR
-
Specialists.Color&B&W3739AAacGregor Offers best climate In the state. 71 SUPER BEETLE.AM-FM Radio, $2195
Historic old ranch developed Into 2. IBRING THIS AD WITH YOU l AIr'

acre homesites near Prescott ._ __
771-06M IIIIIIIIJII--! !
VW 4Dr. Sedan Exec. CarSAVE MONEY!
National Forest. Two acreas: $19995 71 ,

LAWN MOWING A EDGINGcall low terms. For full details write Mrs. 70 VW CAMPER, Air Conditioned! $2895
Hart A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 APARTmEAT!

771.3211 Ext. 8340 North 7th St., Phoenix 85006.4BEDROOM2BATH.. THE 70 GHIA, Coupe, Bright Blue, 6000 miles or 6

WITH mo. Warr. Guar..on engine $1990

TYLER'S service Auto AIR CONDo AC, Central SERVICEWe Units b IWlmmlnC POOllRnD 70 VW, Fastback, Blue, 23,000 miles, $2050

and Window Units. Reasonable. Low, Low equity, Assume monthly R&H $2012
4711 palmer Lake Shore 388.5161 pmts. Call for appt. 7712991.
THE GOOD LIFE 70 VW Bus, R&H $2495

SEWING MACHINES HOUSE FOR SALE-CEDAR HILLS VW Sedan R&H Blue' $1250
STEREOSI 3BR, 2 full baths, Screened In patio FROm $I2O. 68 ,

I have four 1971 GoldenSew Singer ZIgZags porch. Want_equity. 388.6921.J..S 66 VW SQUAREBACK, Beige, R&H $1200 "

,and four 1971 beautiful Capehart ..L-- wood
'., Villa Nice Selection of other Model VW's
stereos. Used for display In model 'RENTAS. "
homes. Will sell for a fraction of their Jammes Road
cost. Each$65.cash,or terms of$9 per -- 2045 from Jack 7 00 % GUARANTEE!U "
month. Free home trial. Call Display PARK 10 minutes 1
ORANGE
Manager. 3981683. furn. or unfurn., sonville. Out RooseveltBlvd. We gave them the VW U.point Safety and Performance Inspection: '.:\
2 BR., Apts. Carpets, Right on San Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed ltd '
AFRICAN NIGHTCRAWLERWORMS Dlswasher, Drapes, to Jammes Then And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all ': t
4Vt' to 5W. Bait' size, 55 cents-cup(50)) Elizabeth Apts. 77M405 or 7713355. juan apartments. malor mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and ..
or 85 cents-100 bulk. Bedrun-$6..1000. ___ ""* left to double check. I'
Normandy Village, 8020 Patau Dr. So. For complete info call7813818 :
7813774. Brlan-Shop-95464. BEING TRANSFERRED *ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE "
.
.
Let a retired Navy man who un- % ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 'Y'

is cu. FT. UPRIGHT FREEZER derstands YOUR problems managethe ... ........................-.....-.'--....-.......... .......... ....H. ..YN' ..
Coldspot. 14 mo. old. In perfect cond. rental of your house until you 1'
cr'A We also have a fine selection of,
M.e
CON
S1 9.95 or make offer. 3871851. return to Jax.Bartleson lI ':' AG1I1 .
,O'Neill& Payne, Inc. 'uMJ'II......Tr a oevc I I'II'COll". Domestic cars
'62'144 6 CYL. ENGINE U47 So. EdgewOOd Av. ;\'
Will fit Comet,Mustang, Flat. $75. 772. 388.9311
3532.



,

.. . -- ._;.
-- -- '-'-'-
-
.:;;..



w.w
.


MAY 25, 1972
PAGE 14 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


I -." "The Young Adult Male Less Than 25" I I


By Reuben Prichard more accident percentage'-' than Transportation Safety Board mastered handling his first auto. out,tailgate,drive faster than the

NASA Headquarters her male counterpart.The (NTSB)is hoping to do a study on How about his younger brother speed limit?
Jax A few years ago, I was insurance rates may soon correlation of driving and popping his first "wheelie" on his Do you feel you can have one
shocked to read that more naval reflect this new influence of aviation accidents.It bicycle? Isn't it the same thing? more drink and still drive
aviators were killed and maimedin "women's lib". is suspected that drivers with Overconfidence Sets In because you don't feel like the
automobiles than in airplanes. Some feel the terrible accident bad accident records and traffic The irony of the situation is that average guy? Can you do with
This was so hard to believe that rate of motorcycles results violations repeat the same when the art, skill,and science of less sleep or rest on a trip?
some research seemed requiredto primarily from the prepon patterns when they become mastering the operation of a high If so, you may be closer kin to
prepare a "drive safe"lecture derance of drivers in the "young pilots. And Vice versa. performance machine are the "young adult male less than
and give a little advice about adult male less than 25" If you agree with some of these developed to a peak, if over- 25" than you realize!
high-cost flight coverage life category. observations wonder if you can confidence sets in, accident I believe this philosophy has a
insurance. Auto accident statistics as a explain why? My explanation is potential is maximum. lesson in safety across the
Some of the statistics I en function of driver education, what I term "the young adult, Many times if overconfidenceis board.Human beings tend to seek
countered were eye openers-and training, experience, and occupation male-less than 25" philosophy. not the problem, then complacency approval from the crowd, as wellas
caused me to take an iconoclasticlook can be most in In 30 years association with or carelessness can be. to love machines.
at my cherished beliefs.I teresting.If professional aviators, I've seen a The lesson for us is to be alert to a Potential to Show Off
guess anyone who pays auto you are inclined to steady evolution of control and subconscious feeling that we When a human feels he has
insurance for "young adult imaginative interpretation of the standardization, reduced accident really are confident of our abilityto mastered a machine, danger
male less than 25" realizes that statistics, it almost seems that rates and increased, perform a hazardous task. may lurk if there is a potential to

statistically they (as a group) those who might be thought to mandatory professionalism when Let's use driving an automobileas show off this ability to one or
"are an accident waiting for a possess the greatest skills actually operating aircraft. an example. Do ever feel more persons.
you
place to happen". have the most accidents.The Today, a professional aviator that you are more skilled as a True maturity is not measuredby
,. Statistically, they have same analogies often applyto rarely "flat hats" or in any way driver than the motor years.
than twice the aviation accident statistics. It tries to show off in average
averaged more an airplane. vehicle operator? One evidence of maturity is an
fatalities and nearly twice the almost seems to be a direct However,a trace of the old white attitude that tempers the attainment

accidents, percentage wise, than correlation between training and scarf, leather jackets, crowd- If so, do you use this skill for of skill with respect and
their population among drivers. skill and number of accidents. pleasing prima-donna-ism is defensive driving? If not, do you experience and causes superior
Statistically, women have The Prime Targets buried deep in many of those who ever feel like you can out. skills to be banked for safer
fewer percentage of accidents Doctors, military aviators, and seek a career as aircraft pilots. maneuver the other guy, cut him operation.
than men according to their driver airline pilots are prime targetsfor Many of them now find their
population. However,in 1970,the general aviation accidents.A thrills in auto driving.

young female less than 25 had friend in the National professional Have you pilots ever are noticed drawn, how to I Jax Traffic Violations I I

sports cars and fast machines?
COUPON! Jax -The following is a reportof Other violations 42
It's the same type of psychosis as
ipiPIZZA motor vehicle accidents and Thirty-eight drivers appeared
the "young adult male less than
HUTPHONE 25". traffic violations for the period of before the Traffic Hearing Boardon

These groups"feel their oats". May 814. May 18. Dispositionof
AHEAD..READY IN 20 MINUTES!
Y Number of Accidents the cases included the
Somehow they, sense their
Offer Good superior skills in physical This period 9 following:
2 FOR 1 tll June 30 coordination, sense of relative This period a year ago 9 Seventeen lost driving and
Total accidents this vear 149 parking privileges aboard the
motion, timing, etc., and often
210"or 13" PIZZAS For the Price of 1
feel a longing for the approval of Total accidents through this station for various periods; One
the New Large IS" Pizza
Try period last 118 to
year was assigned complete an
the crowd when
..and we do mean LARGEI! operating a
411 powerful and dangerous last year eight-hour course in remedial
GOOD ONLY AT machine. Total number of days since last driving; One received a
4218 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 772.0662
in motor vehicle accident
Just watch a young teenagerspin injury a suspension; Twenty-one were
n his wheels, once he's really 44 given warnings; None were
Number of days since an injury dismissed; Nine were fined (U.S.
last year at this time 61 Magistrate); and Eight were
Number Violations referred to commanding officers
NNNMafroiului' / This period 68 for possible disciplinary action.
untlrcr:: :
esllet+
,
Speeding 20
Thirty-five drivers were
J pJUn. / Reckless driving 0 assessed ninety-six traffic
'. Going,through a stop sign 6 points.
!....

i$ rr:;j : fili i j1 ; jf:1: 1 ili1 1 fi f:;:;; :;m;f; ; m

p'f : ::


,:,', fi VHONDANON( ) 1 i

::::; O. :Y

I OF JAX


.:.:.$ ;l Uii m: .: .
::k: 6425 NORWOOD AVE PHONE 764.2419 ::1:::


ili ;;;m1; ;;;;11;;;:: ::$1 ;$ ;;; ;;;: ; ; ;;; ;m;; ;; ;11 i ia



en6 very special living environment


woodlakeLuxury

1.

and
1,2 3 Bedroom Apartments

3- 3 Bedroom Townhouses
rt

:, ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPING
CARPETING DRAPERIES
.DISHWASHER DISPOSAL ,
4 PRIVATE PATIO OR BALCONY y
;
2 POOLS, TENNIS COURTS, CLUBHOUSE
NET WT. ''t f'r'f'r'I i ,
: !<:; 240Z/ ((1LB.80Z.) as ,

MANINYNIMINQ ANI A ,
.yY } 1 I fl NMNIN N/VIN NNN
I rilllll.
I NHIfI111NINY Y.
MNU. NuN
YNIYNII
YMIMN
'. Y W A11Y11 NCCNNINY .
... CIW. N,Y'
NAYAI =
AIN YI AINNI Lal
,wNO '


Chow-Hound Size wr/+ "


Chow-hounds go for French'* in a big wayl That's CONVENIENTLY LOCATED: .
why it's smart to buy the 24 oz. size. Goes a long San Jose Blvd. at Sunbeam Rd. '

way toward brightening up burgers, hot dogs, cold MODEL OPEN: 9AM 6PMMONDAY.FRIDAY
cuts and sandwiches. So pick up French's mustard 11AM 6PM SATURDAY NOON 6PM SUNDAY
In chow-hound size. And spread a lot of sunshine!
Phone: 737-4634

... .. .. .,
-------- -- --------- ----- -++ ,



," ''''' .... ....,. ...... "
"T'7"' : ; ,.
I I
'.--..- .
.


MAY 25, 1972
JAX AIR NEWS-1ATWINGER PAGE 15


VA Issues ReminderJax New SkipperFor

I Mail in your certification of attendence card for

your final month of training, or you won't get paid. VP-62

This is the reminder the If the card is not returned at the
Veterans Administration is end of the current semester, the Jax Cdr. Kenneth Myatt has
sending to 52,464 Florida Veteran cannot automatically be D relieved Cdr. Donald J. Smith as
veterans attending colleges and enrolled under the GI Bill for the Commanding Officer of VP-62.
universities under the GI Bill. upcoming summer or fall Cdr. Myatt graduated from
It's a message VA mails to semesters. Georgia Tech in 1955, entered

veterans each year with their Veteran-students tlso] have the fMIIIrtIA OCS after graduation and was
next to final check for the responsibility of keeping VA r e designated an Ensign in 1956.:
d Since entering flight trainingand
enrollment period. informed on
changes in the
ir
number of dependents : being designated a Naval
'A Aviator in 1958, he served with
The idea is to induce the or education programs.
veteran to fill out the "cert" College registrars have VS-30 on both the USS Leyte and
the :
card, sign it, and return it im. responsibility of insuring that 4 USS Lake Champlain, and was
assigned to NAS Glynco for
mediately to his VA regional veterans receive their allowance t
't training as a Carrier Air Traffic
office so he won't be wonderingwhat checks on time. Registrars
happened to his education should Control Officer.
return
promptly student'sreenrollment
allowance for his final month of : 4 After returning to civilian life
certification so : in 1965, he affiliated with the
.
training.For payments will
start
Reserves at NAS Atlanta and
most schools, this means automatically when study is served with several squadronsuntil
the month of May or June. resumed.
VA cannot the final Details the present. ..
prepare are available at toe
Cdr.Smith has been VP-62's CO
check for the spring 1971.72School nearest VA office, from local since 1971.Receptions.
year until it receives the County Veterans Service office or L in honor of Cdrs.
"cert" card. veteran service organizations. Myatt and Smith were held at
--- FAMILY DUTY-Lt. John G. Sims Is promoted to his present rank as Hancock Hall and the Officers'
his wife Carol finishes putting on his new set of bars. Lt. Sims is the Club.
Assistant Resident Officer in Charge of Construction for the Jax
.. wa. Complex.
,,' "

'"

.,w PUT A LITTLE COLOR IN YOUR... '," ,, ,';' ,, "

: '"
/ ;
''t-.I,..s".
AFFAIR
,
c.
: \ "
.,: I .

,


We carry a full

t. Rent line of partyaccesories.

-\ ,.
Color Linens

,

: For Your

,
"' '
\ JuneWedding
'
I
.
CAREER'S END-AEC Robert Michael I is piped over the side at 1t ; \
NATTC to complete 20 years of naval service. He had been an in- '
structor at NATTC's AE"B" school since June 1970.


PLEASE BRING THIS COUPON!j

t

#*, I_ PIZZA HUT Party time,can be a fun time for even the host. One easy call to United

44 PHONE AHEAD..READY I IN 20 MINUTES! Rent-All's party consultant does It all. ,

2 FOR 10ff.fGood '.'

Clean, "party-ready banquet goads
Buy One PIZZA Get One FREE '
We serve more Pizza than anyone else in the world that will flatter any host.
Good Only At
644 U.S. HWY. 17ORANGE PARK

P.hon.264-5631 4 Champagne fountains f
L--
Tables and chairs

Linen (colors, too!) ,

China and silver

Glasses and tea service

Chafing dishes '

...and much morel
1 1wti
\ Delivery, of course.
cqthru
: ;:!$:::::::::;:: :: :::;:: :::: :::: :: :::: m::::::'? :::;m::::::::::::: ;!;:: r: '{**::::::::;$;':;:::; ':::*: ij
rr ," ,

the \ ... 10 %. MILITARY DISCOUNT .''k:j.:' '''l',', '" k.. "').
'
'I: '! r. ..on all other Rentals supplies l' ,," i :', ":, ,
\
,.,. ,.
'ri.' r} ; f. '
f
Classified upon showing ID. ::: ." "
'," : : '" .....
,, ::"::::*;:::::::::::::::: ;::::::::,::::::::;:;:;;: ::$;1 1. : : ,
':':': : : ::::::;; ::: :
: :::;:: :: :: ::m::*::::::::::;:;::::::;:: ::::::;: :
I.; )
I : : LI ., \ : "' '

Ads ,i \ I .: )iiimiIi1I1t; : .'. ,. ,} "'::. ,'. ,"', J",,"\,.,," .

\ ;",(/:11'; : .: f '" feENTACS SAUS ...,;

;:. ; ::1"
CALL 388-2755 ,: '.- Y ', 't' ,, An International Industries Company 'r-,..',, 'I
'_' ,
4743 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE',771-3300'. '



MAY 25 1972
PAGE 16 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER ,



Ii; A Perfect Tour For A Holiday Weekend : I



,

k THIS 319-mile swing along the southern fifties, the cypress was all cut and the 174m. BONITA SPRINGS. There are ex est of the TEN THOUSAND ISLANDS and a

j section of the Tamiami Trail, through the mill closed down. Continue north through cellent shell beaches along the Imperial mecca for fishermen. Huge underwater
r vast Everglades to the Gulf, is a fun trip. no CYPRESS SWAMP, traversing the Sunni- River here and the Everglades Wonder grass beds in the bays and inlets are the
i We leave from Miami, but you may beginat land oil field, which once gave promise of Gardens offering exhibits of Everglades breeding grounds for tiger snook whichrun
the point nearest you. bringing in gushers, but has now settled fauna and flora. Open 8 to 6; admission. as large as 12 and 18 pounds. Tarponare
down to a small, steady production. At Continue south on U.S. 41 to. .. plentiful, and the red sea trout come
Immokalee, a lively farming center in the boiling through Caxambas Pass in such
START: From downtown Miami, take U.S. middle of Everglades, Route 846 to the 186m. NAPLES. The CARIBBEAN GARDENS numbers that many are thrown up in the
1 (Biscayne Blvd.) south to U.S. 41 left takes you to CORKSCREW SWAMP SANC here have trained bird shows four or more air by the press. The greatest concentration -
(S.W. 8th St) Heading due west, the the state is on this
: TUARY, the Audubon Society's 6000-acre times daily, admission is charged. Be. of bald eagles in
highway plunges from city streets into preserve. Returning to Route 29, con. tween shows, 1,200 birds of 200 speciesare Island. Their huge nests, made of intertwined .
the 100-mile wide "River of Grass," tinue north to intersection of Route 82. on exhibition. Naples has a 7J/2-mile branches and added to year after
whose sparse Inhabitants termit: as "too Turn left to of dazzling white beach. Equip year, may be seen In the tall pine trees.A .
wet to drive on, too dry for a boat." The expanse six-mile beach is covered with shells by
ment and boats for fishing in the Gulf
accepted mode of off-road transportationis Once southern tide and conchologists stalk
150m. FORT MYERS. our are available at the municipal pier. Con. each flood ,
the airboat. These speedy craft are most Army post, this city has become a tinue on U.S. 41 to the junction of Route the beaches studying the sand for rare
equipped with airplane propellers and lined with to U.S. 41 and turn
pleasant resort, with avenues 92 and turn right for specimens. Return
: skim over the water and grass with ease. stately royal palms. THE PAGEANT OF LIGHT, east for the return to. 319m. MIAMI.
214m. MARCO ISLAND. This is the larg
held each year during the second week in
30m. SEMINOLE VILLAGES. The Seminoles February, honors Thomas A. Edison. His /FIA. 41 wioosee'
w" live In "chickees"-thatched huts, beautiful former home herewith 15 acres MARINE MUS Ft. Myers
with reed walls that can be lowered whenit CAPE CORAL N .a
of exotic plants and flowers, is open daily CARD *
NS .
storms. Their bright costumes make exCellent except Christmas, with tours every 20 82 29 ,.,' I .
color shots. Where the road 861 .'"1
parallels
minutes from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; admissionis coR'uc"Ew' Immokalee
the Tamiami Canal, kingfishers may charged. Shell enthusiasts may go five war yYvc .
be seen perched on the telephone lines, miles north to the shell factory on U.S. 41 sari THE EVERGLADES .\ : ::.:

ready to pounce on the unwary fish below. or the FLORIDA MARINE MUSEUM, one mile Bonita Sunniland .i. :f'''.fi'' '.
The Tamiami Ranger Station at the June north, for exhibits of outstanding shells. GARDENS Springs .. l't'l' ;" .. ':of :
.
tion of Route 41 and Route 94 is a good Shell beaches 5h the open Gulf are on Naples CARIBBEAN 81G CYPRESS SWAMP ; "f": \..'" .;,., ,\; .\
place to stop and ask questions about the Sanibel Island, 15 miles southwest on .., GARDENS 29 : .
wildlife around Four miles east of the ,' 1 _
you. State Route 867 (reached by a' $3.00 I,
station is Shark Valley Loop Road, where round-trip toll bridge). The SANIIEL SHELL I Marco Copeland
there is a 40-foot observation tower. At FAIR each March is considered the "World *', 92 rAAI/AMl
Route 29 turn north to. Series of Shelling." Nearby Cape Coral Ctitmbil Past ;::1 r SEMINOIE Miami,

Gardens offers such attractions as Patriots ., ES.
s s 414tiass'yo
80m. COPELAND. This village was once a Pavilion and Gardens, the Waltzing \TAMIAMI RANGER
bustling lumber town, with logging rail. Waters display, and Porpoise Paradise GULF OF \STATION SHAR: AO VALLEY ,
ways extending out into the cypress with trained porpoises. Go south on U.S. /
swamps in all directions. By the early 41. to MEXICOIn j
----A


CREATIVE PLAY SCHOOL

HILLS NURSERYMRS.
ORTEGA Search of DionysusLone
F
PAYNE, Phones: f
Owner it BUSINESS!314-147
MRS.JAMES Teacher BAGGETT, HOME I 317.1400 silver sheen of question's frightTo

lead me dancing in the night '
OPENING SEPTEMBER 6, 7972 Fear of fear of answer lies HONDAMOTORS
To touch my soul in agony,
MONDAY-WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY, .:4SAM11:4SAMI When cool white shell of coward's eyes & CYCLES CO.

3 and 4 YEARS OLDSState Tried so hard to shelter me. 4949 PHONE BLANDING 771-8244 BLVD.

Certified Teacher Mid-morning Snack Field Trips Touch flying wings in thrashing night;
Creative Learning Experiences Limited Class Enrollment Frail dancer's bliss leave blind their plight.In .

REGISTRATIONI! stony dark shrill knlf-edged cries

By Appointment,Children must be screened With groping hands destroy the calm. a
FEES Black tendrils flltre through clear sky,

;' Monthly$25, Registration$5 per yr.,Supplies$15 per yr. And blood flows red upon my palm. uaniQQag
5029 Greenway Dr. No. S1Ci, ;
Frail fingers grasp and flail at death

t rI ---------------------- And !breathe free life into my breath;
Frail fingers beg the dancers cease,
I I And bid them turn their beads around.
TAX FREEINCOME
1 .
Soft swollen eyes caress the fleece
I Black fear of fear was nowhere found. 5821 San Juan at Niblick
Phone 384.4406C@29

I I 1 JoeBeals

1 U, and 3 BEDROOMS
GARDEN TYPE APARTMENTS
II I Municipal Bonds Can Double : THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OUR: USED ,CARS INDIVIDUAL,AiR CON. I
DITIONING AND HEATING
I Your lncome..with Safety AND ANYBODY ELSE IS ABOUT $200.. DRAPES FURNISHED
WALL TO WALL CARPETING


6 11/4(2 01,10 1 I' SEGAS. LARGE SWIMMING POOLS


:\ r N'CK .1 ,I' EVANGELASSEMBLY

,\\1

II TAX FREE INCOME IS LIKE 1 190 CASSAT AVENUE PHONE384.2351HOURS OF GOD

: r I GETTING 13 % FROM A BANK : I:30AM-IPM: SUNDAYS: 12:30PAV5:30PM: : 5714 RAMONA BLVD.
((2 Blocks from Lane Ave.
,, Municipal bonds are considered the safest ,
.1 Investment second only to
U.S. Government bonds. Today 45 percent of all municipals are 1 40 COMET,4Dr., S. Sick,6cyl., R-H J2M and l"te"tat.10))
t I owned by bank and Insurance companies, who, by law, must be 61 VALIANT,4Dr.,St. Stick,4cyl. $274
cautious In their Investments. 1 MERCEDES,220-S, Dr.,AT,6cyl.Gas $7e
I 41* percent Tax Free means 4Vi percent net. In the 50 percent MERCURY,Pass Wagon,st.Stlck,8cyl.R&H! $1fs
I bracket,you need a 13 percent yield to equal It.Why settle for taxable 1
Income 64 VW,Sedan $495
Write for frt booklet. No obligation. 1 44 CHRYSLER CROWN IMPERIAL,4Dr.H.T., Loaded M,7
I 1V 44 CADILLAC Coupe DeVllle,2Dr. H.T., Loaded W9

$ STATE NATIONAL SECURITIES I INC. 1Ur BUICK,Wildcat Convertible $495

i 1 FORD, Cust.2Dr.Sed.,AT,V.|, R-H Ins
24 Hammond Drive, Atlanta, Ga. 30321 Phono'2524300 I 44 FORD Galaxie SOO,2 Dr.H.T.A T, -PSAC M50
PASTOR CECIL
44 FORD,2Dr.H.T.St.Sick,4cyl., R-H $475 WIGGINS
I
'NAME .67 FORD, Station Wgn.,4 Pass.ATV4PSPBTGR-HAC SIt7 Sunday School ':45 k M.
I ADDRESS I. 41 CHEVY, Nomad Station Wgn.AT.,4cylR-H $1090 Morning Worship )O:50 A.M.
I TELEPHONE Evening Service 7:30 P.M. .
---------------------

"
-
--
,



'
-


MAY 25 1972
JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 17


- Calorie Watchers DietJax
'jacta"from the

JLoipfscomFairjr Drug A warerneaa Team" -Many are the complaints from the overweight who just can't
stick to that diet because of the varied discrepancies or inadequaciesof
their eating plan.
On With the satisfaction of the individual in mind, Jax Air News has
compiled a list of the more successful calorie-reducing food items for
the avoirdupois fans, who are otherwise unable to conquer their ap:

Dope petite. Monday

,
Breakfast: Weak Tea r
Lunch: l Buoillion Cube in %cup Diluted Water
The amount of LSD in each capsule or tablet is usually Dinner: 1 Pigeon Thigh,3oz.Prune Juice (GARGLE ONLY)
less than the amount claimed by the dealer. Tuesday
Breakfast: Scraped Crumbs on Burned Toast
Lunch: 1 Doughnut Hole (Without Sugar)
Can Dinner: 2 Jellyfish Skins, 1 Glass Dehydrated Water
Retirees Get Wednesday -

Breakfast: Boiled Stains from Tablecloth
Lunch: H Dozen Poppy Seeds .
Annuity IncreaseJax Dinner: Bee's Knees and Mosquito Thursday Knuckles Sauteed in Vinegar- ,

Breakfast: Shredded Egg Shell Skins
An annuity increase, effective July 1, may Lunch: Belly Button from a Naval Orange
become a possibility for civilian employees retiring Dinner: 3 Eyes from an Irish Potato (diced) Pi/

before that date, according to the Civil Ser Friday ., -"
vice Commission. Breakfast: 2 Lobster Antennae '".,>p ? .-.)
Lunch: 1 Guppy Fin .,..., 'i! 4 tf
Prospective retirees who wishto nuity begins on July 1, ac- Dinner: Jellyfish Vertabrae Ala ModeSaturday '..sx /?
take advantage of such an cumulated annual leave is still ;-\' A
Breakfast 4 Banana Seeds '., VICKI PETERS a recent Playmate
increase must have their payable in a lump sum, and : Chopped >>
retirement effective on or before unused sick leave will be used in Lunch: Broiled Butterfly Liver '' In Playboy Magazine learn,
to
1. An employee's annuitywill the in other Dinner: Filet of Soft Crab Claw grabbed an opportunity
July computing annuity as photography and ended up on
be effective on or before thenif retirement cases.Employees Sunday the other side of the camera for
he is separated or his pay Breakfast: Pickled Hummingbird Tongue this shot. Opportunity is always
ceases on or before June 30. whose disability Lunch: Prime Ribs of Tadpole: Aroma of Empty Custard Pie Plate available to every man and
In pending disability retirement is approved and who Dinner: Tossed Paprika and Clover Leaf Salad woman in uniform when they
retirement cases, applicantsmust will be carried on sick leave NOTE: The effectiveness of this diet plan has never been disputed; call on their education office.
request to be placed on beyond July 1 also have the op- however,as a caution to our readers,we warn that all meals are to be Education, as Vicki discovered,
leave without pay after June 30 to tion of waiving their sick leave eaten under a microscope to avoid extra portions. can lead to some success.
qualify for the annuity increase. and thereby attaining eligibilityfor
the cost of living increase.For .
If the disability retirement is
PROMOTED? DECORA TED?
subsequently disallowed, sick or more information, call the
annual leave with pay may be Civilian Personnel Department. 'W < lilm
substituted retroactively for the NARF employees call Ext. 2407 DISPLAY IT PROUDLY WITH OUR... 1
leave without pay. If the claim is and NAS employees call Ext. l

subsequently allowed: the an 2952.? uI I lOOK.IN i.< AROUNPa CUSTOM FRAMING

'1\; 4} .,.ALSO OVER 1500 SIGNED ORIGINALOIL PAINTINGS
AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD
'
a .
,.. Art
..... Schertle Gallery
"
-
t. :FOR 'EWAY 11m Ubimmmi! r Ii! U :- 11 1m
: : 1610 HIGHWAY 17 ORANGE PARK


ACS\Eoy:oy\'" .

,:. ,<: .' At Regency Square

''''
f OSA vr' w
1s1 iI


+s -IL-'' USED


"... lOOK if ) CARS
STEP BY STEP-Staff -Sergeant Roman H. Hicks, Jr., right, of in only
MARTD puts Jacksonville area Sea Cadets through their paces in U.&SAVR1GS BONDS Specializing
the highest qualityVolkswagens
close order drill training during a recent drill weekend. e ,, ''

._ I_ and other makesWE

WINNING DOG RACINGTONIGHT .__ __

ARE PROUDOF OUR FINE REPUTATION...
YOU WILL BE PROUD OF YOUR GREAT BUY AT TOM BUSH
VOLKSWAGEN

68 COLD GLITTERBUG Wide oval tires chrome reverse wheels flare
lenders. Very, den..........................................._.........._...................... M295
70 VW BUS Creei t white ZI.550 miles Extra den .............:....?,......-...... '2395

69 OPEL RALLYE F tback.Cold with black accent trim.ZI.ODDmiles .......... M 295
67 OLDS 442 2 Dr.NT.factory air.AT.PS.RtN.bucket' seats:very cleat_._.M295

70 VW CAMPER Pop Top.Very den_..........._......:.....,......._........_..)3095
67 VW SEDANS ((2)).One wldte ene blue.low mileage and clan: .............:._s 1095
/I

I 1971240ZLOW MILEAGE I


71 VW SEDAN N!Marina blue,radio theater vent shades. 10.000 miles _"",_' 1195

,r 72 SUPER BEETLE Automatic bright,yellow.Rid.leatherette interior.
low lIIilu&e ............._.............._..-....................-..-.......--...... '2295

69 BUICK RIVIERA White with black int..RIM factory air.AT.PS.P8.p.r. .
.windows................r. ......................._....__.............................. '26 9 5

70 OPEL GT Bright yellow,radio t heater New set of radial ties................._. 2395
JACKSONMcDUFF
68 FORD PICKUP VS.air cond.

No. of BEAVER : I a

REGENCY SQUARE d"r
1T RACE 1:30: 9850 ATLANTIC BLVD. PHONE 725-0911
TRACE' Ba'dock Sat. Matinee OPEN DAILY Tit 9 SAT 8:30: 6. SUN. L5

....,


.... .
---...- .----'- -
'I:'



l'-..... .
--
_.,-
'

J.i
AAAY 25, 1972
:$ PAGE 18 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER

,,' VA-46 on 15 November. Attack
I./\ Squadron Sixty Seven, later

/:\ CECIL SPORTS In January 1958, VF-174 redesignated VA.15, completed
March The
training on 10 1969.
transitioned to the FU-1"Crusader"
received its first A7E
J squadron
and in March 1958
: t 'iW by DTC J. D. BrewtterFastpitcb began training pilots in F8U's for in December 1969, and transitioned
.. tIiLSACRED On 1 the Atlantic Fleet's first
1 U II i Atlantic Fleet squadrons.
VA-81 on 1 June 1970.
squadron
May 1958 the squadron
[. : VA-12 used the long VA-83 1.13Out of League) HEART relinquished its sea-going role VA-83, VA-62, VA-86, VA-12 and
ball and stingy pitching of Slowpitch: VA-66 put the big, THIRD ANNUAL and was officially designated the V Ahave followed in A-7E
\, Wilfred Stromquist to turn back hurt on NAMTD 2410. VA-66 MEN'S INVITATIONAL GOLF Atlantic Fleet F8U replacement transition.
\ VA-81,8-2. tallied 15 runs in their half of the pilot training squadron. Duringthe Since completing the wansitlon
TOURNAMENT
i Lefty Falcon stroked a 3 run 3rd inning to put the game on ice. next eight years until 1 July of the Atlantic Fleet' A7
:;, ? inside-the-park homer; Claude Dunn and Olsen combined on the 18-HOLES 1966, VF-174 excelled in all areas. squadrons VA-174 has swit hed to
.) Chavis banged out 2 triples and rubber to take the win, while SUNDAY-JUNE 4,1972 The squadron assumed an all its more routine role of b ining
4 Allen one three bagger to Thompson took the loss. PLAY AT weather fighter capability with all the Replacement Pile i for
; highlight a VA-12 eleven hit at The Marines eased by VA121513. NAVAL AIR STATION CECIL the arrival of the F8U-2N in these A7 squadrons.In addi >n to
f : tack. The Marine batting surge was FIELD GOLF COURSE November 1960, and later trained training the Pilots VA-174 also
'; Stromquist had a shutout until led by Rosepiler with a perfect 5 French Navy Pilots in the plane. trains all of the enlisted main
the 7th. The portly righthander for 5; Donaldson, McQuaig and ENTRY FEE-$6.00 The squadron received the tenance personnel who serve in
; gave up only 4 hits, struckout 11 Brown each had 2 hits. Pope with Includes green fees and Aviation Safety Award in 1960 the East Coast Squadrons. This
J and issued but one Annie Oakley. 3 hits, Goble, ,Evevett, Falcon delicious dinner at O.R.F. and 1962, and the Delmar Target fiscal year VA-174 has already
) Southpaw Stewart took,the loss. (included a homer) and Sully had Trophies will be awarded to System Award for top efficiencyin trained over 400 enlisted per-
AMD nipped Admin 9-8 in a 2 hit apiece for VA12. Simmonswas Champion, Low Net Champ, gunnery exercises in 1963. sonnnel and 80 pilots. Recently
I. free-hitting fray. Dale Howard the winning chuckerand Ward Clergy Champ and Junior VF-174 continued in this role VA-174 assumed a new role in
bested George Loy (it just wasn't the loser. Champ. Numberous other prizes until 1 July 1966, when the their Job of supporting the fleet
old grand dads day) in the r Weps 17, VC-2, 12. Schultz for putting contest, closest to squadron was redesignatedAttack squadrons.The Hellrazors sent 20
"pitchers duel". stroked a homer and 2 singles to hole, longest putts, longest Squadron ONE of their A7C's to VA-82 and VA-86,
.Steve Vaux with 3 hits and take top hitting honors for the drives, etc. SEVENTY FOUR in preparationfor in exchange for some of their
Campbell with 2 led the AMD evening. Bach, Starke, Woodward Sga and Local Golf Rules apply its assignment to conduct the A7E's. This was done so that the
hitters. 'Al' Allison had 2 hits for Shea, Moran, Cobb and (Winter Rules) Fleet Introduction Program for squadrons would be ready to
the losers. P. S. Cuddles Grace McCay each chipped in with 2 hits For InformationMike the Navy's newest light attack make their cruise. The loss of
somehow showed up on time. each for the winners. McGinnwas Hollack CalI.771.2181liellrazon replacement pilots. The these aircraft coupled with the
VA-81 shutout AIMD 6-0 behind the batting star for VC;with squadron's first A-7 arrived on 13 associated problems of maintenance
the 3 hit pitching of'stu'Stewart. hits. Erney, Craig,Brandel and t h October 1966,flown by CDR D. S. personnel working on the
Woodworth and fuzzy cheeked Metz had 2 hits for the h ROSS, the squadron Commanding aircraft to ready them for the
Burly Mills (who) both slammed 'Dragonflyers'. Cobb was the Officer. Vice AdmiralC. fleet slowed the training program
out homers for the winners. winning pitcher. .T.BOOTH,Commander Naval somewhat. However, due to the
Howard took the loss. Slowpitch standings: Air Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet, outstanding effort put forth by
Fastpitch standings: VA-66 4-2 received the aircraft from Mr.W. the men of VA-174, the squadronwas
r VA-12 9-1 VA-174 3-1 Paul Thayer, president of Ling- able to continue its training
j VA-81 9-2 VA-12 3-1 TEMCO-Vought Aerospace, Inc. role without falling behind.
AMD 9-2 Marines 3-2 In January 1967, the squadron This "Can Do" spirit in VA-174
VA-45 6-3 VC-2 3-2 "Touch-and-goes are about all assumed its new role of training carries over into other areas as
I
Medical 5-5 NAMTD 1-5 we can handle on this runway light attack replacement pilots well. This year the Hellrazors
AIMD 34 WEAPONS 0-4 Colonel!r .and completed training of the captured their third straight
Weapons 2-6 first Atlantic Fleet A7 squadron Navy Touch Football Title and
( Con't. from Pg. 1) V A-86 on 1 June 1967. On 1 Sep-- the trophy has been retired here.
deployed to the Far East in tember 1967, VA-83 completed The Hellrazors are also very
TILE g October 1956 aboard USS training and by 1 December a active In the community. Several
BENNINGTON (CVA-20-as 'a third squadron,VA-37,completed individuals in the squadron work
special weapons squadron with its transitioning. During 1968, with youth athletic associations,
GIFTS Air Task Group ONE EIGHTY squadrons which completed others work with the scouts, and
uowsmwiicoMio ONE. The squadron returned to training were: VA-lOS on 8 this spring the squadron is
.t .Nautical Chart *Outrigger Nautical f Wear __- Cecil Field in May 1957. March; VA-87 on 17 June; and sponsoring a Little League
__ ___.___
.Patyt -Fish Boxes Burgee Jackets rW u uuuuuumumu'uu m'u Baseball Team.
*Hardware *SIdTabl./ Wear IVIMUOI Thus, the Hellrazors look with
Material Accessories Other GoodiesWET
Repair
pride on their ,past accomplishments -
STORAGE'MARINt HOISTS-HULL SERVICE.'YACHT BROKER Government Personnel Mutual and the
I EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE-OUTBOARD, STERN DRIVE, INBOARD ,
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS MOTORS CANOES end TRAILERS Hellrazors of today are continually
SEGRAVES bisxtf MARINA Life NCompaiy striving to maintain their

rr ',Specialist- service to the military' proud tradition.
A IOOJEVUT BLVD at ORTEGA RIVER
JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVEJIM
Jlc llf1lll.flodd -- RICHARDSON LATEX STAINS
Pier, M Frtnchitcd Marina Phone 317 6t OPEN SUNnAY
BOATS,MOTORS,CANOES Cdr., USN (Ret.) OUTLAST OIL STAINS
t ThunderbIrd- Starcraft-Mfg -Troan| -Grumman T-Craft
11659 Jacksonville Jonathan Rd. 2-TO -I

Tel: 7246833TVomcuf See




It's tough to do your best STAINS


when you're worried way f t 1ft .49



about mone'i urts; ColorsON

pll'' (
.' u ; SALE 'NOWReq. -
well when his '' '
A man performs only J :

mind is free of problems problems .' ..,(;' "

like a lot of unpaid bills. .. .,; TRAILERS TRAVEL S7.9S. $695

We consolidate bills.,Pay them off. Cut :; ;.i gal. .

monthly payments. And still give people '. FOR INTERIOROR

; extra cash. For a trip home. Emergencies.
EXTERIOR USE!
t Color TV Whatever.
t '" Hard Top' Tent. Campers

Don't let money problems hurt your ri PICKUPTOPPERS MOBILE HOME ADDITIONS, ART SUPPLIES

;.i performance on the job. Visit or call Avco ALUMINUM PORTABLE BUILDINGS

.: Financial Services.' Bank Financing/ WALL COVERING

!:' .AVCO CARPETS

41; I' .SERVICESYVfebdicveinycu.FINANCIAL f RAY E.WHITTLE )


"LOANS TO WOO" | T/A A-WAY-TO-GO-AWAY Co. J47U Mon thru Frl.7i30am4pmSaturdays l:00am1pm 1

t ORANGE PARK

tT Jacksonville: 1959 Blanding Blvd. 389.3446 Arlington Expressway 724-7411 COLOR CENTER
1 Jacksonville: 5639 Beach Blvd. 398-6424 6416103rd Street 771.5118 .
4 Jacksonville: 34 W. Duval St. 356-3311 1103 HIGHWAY 17
A.C. ROULSTON,ADJC USN (Ret) Mflr. 103rd St. location PHONE
J447W1f
.' .., '".."., J; 4''= 1; ': i"M.


.j
... .
-- -- --
--- -
."" "" ,..,, .



.-- -. -.---
'.,>. .,.," ........ ''',,,I''d.,r..'' ," _I 0 0 Ij, 0 0 0 1 .L..0... .... "I,




MAY 25, 1972
JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 19
.



I I HOW THEY STAND I JAX SPORT BRIEFS '


.

Intramural NATIONAL LEAGUEW
AMERICAN LEAGUEW _mnn___ __

RADAR L L JAX NAVY GOLF TEAM Scoreboard in centerfield at
45
Bowling 23 NARJAX No.1 l 13 0 Mackroth
GEMS 43 Jax The Jax Golf team
COMFAIRJAX 25 HOSPITAL 10% 3% Navy Bob Aycock of Supply saved his
39 defeated the
33 VP-49 9 4 Mayport and team loss
'NAMTD a to NDRC last week
35 Patrick Air Force Base
StandingsATLANTIC 32 teams
NDRC
7 7 with a three run homer. Supplywas
679th LEPRECHAUNS 36 36 AIR OPS 6% 7% last Friday at Mayport. The best behind 8-5 with the game
LEAGUE 35 37 A-CMAINT 5 9 four of six players scores were about to go past the curfew mark
W L FLAPJAX 33 35 COMMUNICATIONS 10 used and Jax came out on top
3 when Aycock blasted one out of
REBELS Sift 15 ILL EAGLES 32 36 COMFAIRJAX with a 311 total to Mayport's 318
0 13 the Hospital Field to salvage an 8-
AFEES 42 30 TAMARAWS 31 37 and Patrick'I'320.Norm Sects of 8
WOODPECKERS No.2 40 28 FAETU 10 38 NFO and Gerry Mullencop of tie.TENNIS
BLOWHARDS 35 33 WOMEN'S LIB 20 48 NARTU were low medalists for TOURNAMENTJax

VP-62 No.1 34 34 Intramural Jax with 73 and 74 respectively.On -Plans are now underway

FUBARS 33 35 Saturday Jax played for the ComFairJax Tennis
FICEUR No.5 31V&3tt PACIFIC LEAGUEW Softball Patrick AFB at the NAS Jax Tournament to be held at NAS
NUBS 31 41 L course anfl Jax again came out Jax,July 17-21.The winner of the
BEE'S 25 47 WOODPECKERS No. 47 21 StandingsAMERICAN the winnner 475490. All six tournament will represent
SPARKS players scores were used in this ComFairJax
VP- 2 No.2 16 52 42 26 in the CIN-
SPLIT FINDERS 41% 26% LEAGUE match.Gerry Mullencop had a 71 CLANTFLT Tournament to beheld
SPLIT MAKERS 40% 31% and Walt Kelcxewski of Hospitala at Naval Station Newport,R.
CONTINENTAL LEAGUE NDRC No.3 35% 36% VW-4 W' L 74 to lead the Jax golfers. I. July 24-28.
CHIEFS 0 1
W L 32 32 VP"(9 7 1 SOFTBALL HI-LITES
GUTTER
CHOKERS 45 27 PIN DUSTERS 32 36 FAETU 7 2 Jax The Marine Barracks EAST COAST TRACK
BUSTERS
31% 40% lost to FICEUR In intramural
PIN BUSTERS 44 24 vp.II 5 3 an
BUSCH LEAGUERS. 42 26 F H'CANE TROOP HUNTERS 22% 41% NDRC 5 4 Softball game last week: 7-5, but Jax The 1972 East Coast
QUACKS 41 27 25 43 SUPPLY 4 3 not before Ken Allston of the Track and Field Championships
HOSPITAL 40 28 PILL ROLLERS 26% 41% VP.ss 1 1 Marine team slammed a tape- have been canceled due to the

TARS 3d 29 GEMS 3 5 measure homerun over the lack of a host or site volunteer.

CHIEFS VW-4 35 33 IntramuralGolf NARF 2 5 .
P&PP'S 30 42 WEAPONS 2 7 W "-w i j
NDRC No.2 24 44 MEDICAL 1 7 The Jungle Queen Is BACK

EAGLES 23 49 AIR OPS 0 8

MOLAR ROLLERS 17 51 Standings SHEENA ,

AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE Jetturinf key jrienli '' /

JULIUS SQUEEZER.iMtPt :4 :
W L
W L NATIONAL LEAGUE
NARJAX 8 0
EVILDOERS 52 20 W L HOSPITAL 6' 1 end

LATE CHARGERS 50 22 MARTD 11 2 FICEUR 6 2 TARtAMA trrbr z Y r.. "x ,.
HARD HATS 45 rt FICEUR 10 2 MARINE BKS' 5 2 ctttxri* Ys
LEFTOVERS 44 3054 vp.16 7 7 AIMD 4 3 Topless Go Girls
MARINE BKS 375 35 FAW.ll 634 634679th VP-45 2 2 EMERALD KNIGHT 4-8 pGm

HAWKS 33 355 654 754 FAVV.l1 4 5
NDRC NO.1 28 40 VW-4 554 834 ADMIN S 6 4 Shows Nl te/yR pm-Zam

HANDICAPPERS 25 32 NARJAX No.2 5 0 AFEES 2 5
FUMBLERS 22 46 FWF 234 113 MATSG 2 6 Out of SIGHT LOUNGE *

NARJAX No.2 1 4 .
*** 1080 CASSAT AVE. 383-9016* ** *
MARTD 0 7
.
IMPORTEDAUTO :


The Rolling Hills C 10
CENTER

A->:'. '" ." ""
; V ---
;*-Pcrrf$ if Seritporff Tjres r.7'r' ,;

t.
VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE OPEL. VOLVO
e
TOYOTA-DATSUN AAG AUSTIN HEALEY

% MILITARY DISCOUNT W/fH/ IDJ 1i-

?:3 Bian0 nq B i.dPH0N E 7>M4M


.

SERVICEMEN:



Handy loans



; f 7724 LENOX AVE. $23,000 to $24,700
rtoffices that PHONE

7811740'N:: :: :::: :::::':" ::
''

are handy / MODEL C-10

;.: g + 1 r I ti 1 Add It all'up and you will see .
J r ." tiff z i,r' ::::: why this Is so popular model ... I
to get to. < t e ft '3 Bedrooms. 2 Baths large '
+ j > ox. '; utility,long low sweeping( line: u's
i :.,tf i o UNOX a o ? ::- truly a fine home on a modest 1
: M
+ 1 rcj budget.
'.,' ,' 4473 Roosevelt Blvd. 314441 :S W Z 1 W ; :
t1 :It ':-.
10242 Atlantic Blvd. 721.3030

2200 Mayport Rd.Atlantic Bch. 244445 :M ; Salesman to
1 on Duty 10 am 6 pm Daily
'. To
Fit CID 03rd ST I PAS
Ax } ')t
tiff MAYYORTs

Leave purchasecombine money ti'' rolling hills

other bills.what.

ever the need..for up

to $600 lust call, 4,N S
Bob Adams. 1
friendly 34 4 BEDROOM HOMES $22,700$21,100 VAand FHA FINANCING
!9


\ BELLAIR HOME BUILDERSMEMBER
GENERAL FINANCE
OF NATIONAL HOME BUILDERS' ASSOCIATION'
JACKSONVILLE HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION'




S



... .., ... .. ,.... n




20 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER MAY 25, 1972


Jax Fliers Shutout In First Game ;

I

Take Next Two From Moody AFBJax


-The Jax Navy Fliers got Bride doubled, then came homeon broski wasted no time getting
off to a slow start last weekend a single by Gil Montemayor. things started as he led off the
getting shutout by the Moody Air Montemayor advanced to secondon eighth with a homerun that
Force Base team in the first a ground out and then scoredon bounced off the top of the cen- rNOHITTER
MWM. a
game of a scheduled four game a single by Mike Cameron. terfield fence. Ed McBride
slate, but came back to win the John Blackburn allowed only followed that with a double and
next two games, after one was four hits and struckout six as Tom Tenhagen added an In-
rained out, to run their record to Moody's only run was unearned. surance run with a double that
five wins and two losses.In Tom Tenhagen led the Fliers scored McBride. Moody went
the first game on Friday, the hitting attack as he went three for down one-two-three in their half
Fliers were held to five hits and four, Bob Dombroski went two of the inning and the Fliers
no runs. The Fliers failed to for four, adding a double to go picked up their fifth win of the V$, I
muster any real threat as along with his triple and Mike season. Tom Tenhagen was the tit::
Cruzier, the Moody pitcher, Cameron went two for three.In winning pitcher as he held Moodyto \ (! f.'
struckout six. John Blackburnwas the second game on four hits. The 10-hit attack of .
the loser. Saturday it took the Fliers eight the Fliers was led by Bob ,
The second game on Fridaywas innings before handing Moody Dombroski who went three for -'
rained out with the Fliers their second straight loss 42. Jax four. Terry Tucker, Tom
and Moody tied at 3-3 in the third started things off in the first Tenhagen and Ron Sutton each. Rester Bryan of the Hospital displays the form he
inning. inning as Gil Montemayor added two hits. used in pitching an 8.1 no-hitter against the AFEES team last week.
On Saturday the Fliers came singled, moved to second on Bob Bryan struckout 10 and was aided by a homerun off the bat of Pat
out swinging as they had a total of Dombroski's single, moved to Bob Dombroski is the leading Williams.AFEES scored their run on a walk and an error. Bryan also
21 hits in two games. They third on a fielder's choice and hitter for the Fliers through pitched a one-hitter against FICEUR earlier In the week.
banged out 11 hits in the first scored on an error. Moody tied it seven games with a .475 average
to win in the second Jax followed by Ed McBride at .471,
game 51. Bob Dombroski up at 1-1 inning.
drove in the first run in the first then scored again in the fourth Tom Tenhagen at .412, Terry VIOLK.SW AGE'NINSURANCE
Tucker at.333,Ron Sutton at .357,
inning with a triple that scored inning as McBride walked, wentto
Tom Tenhagen who had singled. second on Tucker's'ingle and Jim Boyette at .286 and Cliff ,
Dombroski then scored on Terry scored on Tenhagen's single. Murray at 286.

Tucker's single for a 2-0) lead in Moody also scored a run in the Tomorrow the Fliers will play (Representing Gold Crown Insurance Agency)
the first inning. The Fliers fourth and it stood 2-2 at the end two games against NTC Orlandoat "
NOW AVAILABLE FOR ALL CARS
scored another run in the fifth of the seventh taking the game Mackroth Field The first

inning and in the sixth Ed Mc- into extra innings. Bob Dom- game will start at 7 p.m. EXAMPLE: Male driver, married, age 23, good record.
Complete coverage Liability: $10 $20 $25 thousands, Full '
I 't Annual Swim Meet Set For June 6 personal Injury protection and full basic property protection. ',;',
Comprehensive, $100 deductible, and collision. ',
Jax *If you're? a swimmer and individuals in each event. The marked the first time the meet Above coverage on 70 VW SEDAN-$143 ANNUALLY ,/
you like to compete, its time to meet is,a part of the Ironman was held on the short course. Above coverage on'70 FORD or CHEVY.$162 ANNUALLY 'J
start getting in shape for the program and in order to facilitate Previous meets were held the full
annual NAS Jax Intramural proper planning, ,all units, and length of the indoor pool and were WESTSIDE !
Swim Meet. commands should notify the measured in meters. .
The meet will be held at the athletic office of their plans to The VW-4 swimmers edged out '
Indoor Pool (Bldg. 614)) on June enter as soon as possible.The the Public Works team 37-36 last VOLKSWAGEN, INC.

6th. Trophies will be presented to meet will be a 100-yard year for the team championship Phone 781-5511 1150 Lane Avenue So.
the top two teams and the top two short course meet. Last year trophy. FICEUR finished third ,
with 22 points.




.
,
': .f" '
,
.. 't'' .;'' ,
', .' '"' ,f 1j'
1IIti1 I''t''''. '
.' ",' ,. ',,
;: '-"" \ '\':.


: :} : :


,
,; t
I 1f
<: ,
________ ,
_
_
________ .<1., oN", _'....
,
..''.... """:,..,"",I
'
"
'. t-l'"" 'Ii


:" Why Rent? We Specialize in ; ;/ t: .




., MILITARY HOUSING .

,...

gp -m*:::::ttfttt: '> "" :>':::::::$ :: ,=, .

JAX EXCLUSIVE DEALER FOR %% *Ag

BIG SALES LOCATIONS !
2
PARKWOOD FLEETWOOD .;
IN
JAX
:'::0'. TO SERVE YOU ,'
MONTEREY AMERICANfMvttt :::. : /

I MORE THAN 45 MODELS ON DISPLAY. : .


*ffRSKftBOUTOUR/ $ I Including: 70'x 12',4 BR,2 B with expanding LR :::1 ,
+ {:;:;? 65'x 12'3 BR, 1V4 B with expanding LR

'1 1 3' 24'x 60', 3 BR,2 B ':{ ,
: :
::: .
r 2 BR models in any design or floor plan '


+ : MILITARYDISCOUNT I $3495 to $8000 I I j:



: I k&ft'........'r..:....ra........:..".'.".'.........r..."''rrrr.,.......;.,.>"'rr......;..rrf. '...........'.'.'....'.'.'............rfr'Y...............'...'...'....../..iI". ... '..4I ..........'........'..........'.........................................::;"'..', r

\
i'
!
1.n \

.
l.. VIVIW
i .
; 7726 BLANDING BLVD. 771-3475 5887 ROOSEVELT BLVD...388-4618 00

(0/2 Mile North ,of 1-295)) (p/2 Mile North of NAS Jax)
The Nation's Largest Mobile Home Dealer

1 1t


1PAGE -