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 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 18, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. '30 NO. 42. Published 1 In_ The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida f\V JANUARY 18 1973



I Construction Starts. ..On New J.l} i -'ijit; : : I IJax


'- If thought Capt. William G. .. .J ,
you you saw ; .
Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, flying a bulldozer rather than -. I IjJ t ..
the Naval aviator's normal means of transportation .i S t

yesterday morning, you just might have been right! S.S
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,Capt. Sizemore and Mr. Lloyd of Lloyd Wood Construction

f Company, Inc. shared the dozer as ground was .'
broken at Mustin Circle and construction got underway .
on 300 units of family housing for the air station.

: The project is culmination. of many years of
c planning by the NAS Jax staff and will be administered

,.. locally by Capt. D.C. More Resident Officer in Charge 'J-I, i
of Construction, acting as on-site representative for 3r I t
t Southern Division, Naval 'Facilities Engineering

!:. Command in Charleston, S.C.'
r. Cost for the project is just over six million dollars.

.< Of the 300 units, 70 will have two bedrooms, 94 will
:; have three bedrooms and 136 will have four bedrooms.

. I:, Construction will be concrete blOck. with trussed ,roofs
. ,:. and terrazzo floors, contained in one story duplex and 1t 1,

; four-plex type buildings.
... All 300 units, have been designated for enlisted occupancy LAND A-WAYIII Captain W. G. Sizemore, commanding officer ot the Naval Air Station, didnt
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\ really turn In his aviators' wings-He is operating this giant "Cat" to give notice that the 300 unit
: Family housing will be available for occupancy in the enlisted housing protect is underway..Seated on the "Cat"with the Captain are Mr. Loyd Wood, of +
. Woods Construction Company and Mr. Derrell F. Hutchinson, sub-contractor for- Woods Con
late spring of 1974.
: 'i struction.The project is slated to be completed in March 1974.AK1 '


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fft L ''ft" jL?: ;horse," has been chosen December's NASJax Serviceman of the Month. ,;"; 'rins I
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... !., ,this position, Ochoco is "Since Petty Officer Ochoco's when he does leave you can,be
responsible for maintainingliaison assignment as the NORS Expediter assured it is of a business nature "
with Inventory Control for VW-4 in September, "Not only is Petty Officer
Points Naval Air'Stations and the NORS rate for VW-4 aircrafthas Ochoco's performance out-
other supply points to 'obtain improved noticeably; In fact, standing but his other traits are
;; material to support NORS air- VW-4 is presently enjoying their equally so. He is a model for his
craft for VW4. He is also lowest NORS rate of the year. shipmates to follow and a most
I .. assigned as Supply Department valuable asset to the Supply
.N!. 1 Ru 17a1 ,Section Leader.In "This is due in most part to Department and to the .U.S..
'E : .,. Petty Officer Ochoco's attributesas Navy."
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t nominating Ochoco for the an enthusiastic and industrious Ochoco, whose last assignment
7'i' > :. Serviceman otthe Month Award, worker. He is a "work was in Dam Neck, Va., is
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"WHO'SHUT OFF THE HEAT?" may be the question Cdr. K.W. service will be held todayat
Mirise, VP-16 CO, is asking of Capt. William J. Vaught CFAW-11,
11 a.m. in the NAS Jax
after returning to rain-chilled Florida from deployment to sunny
Bermuda. The. weather doesn't seem to dampen Mrs. Mirise's. spirits, Chapel for MSgt. Milton A.. is'S

however. Walker S

:t S: : ; [i. :m rimmm i1 t* 1 1''::aa.,/ missing MSgt. Walker and presumed has been

drowned'as a result of a

Happy Anniversary Jan. 6 boating accident on
the'St. Johns River;
He was a veteran of 20

years of Marine Corps CEREMONIAL HONORS-CDR. Frank L. Woodllef, (l.en) VP-S's
: ; NAS Jax ChapelSee service and was in Viet new skipper,shares the cake-cutting honors with Cdr. Harry A.
t nam in 1969.Chaplain Hoover, outgoing "Top Fox" following change of command
F. D. Baggott ceremonies. Cdr. Woodlief became the first Naval Flight Officer In'

: ,'- ..,. Page 3 ,' .will officiate.i Naval History to assume command of an aviation patrol squadron.
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rf t SundayJan.21 Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles, Church School 9:30 a.m.
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30th r.
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4 service is now
The Chief of NavyChaplains and his deputy will be available for students attending ;\

among the honored guests as the Naval Air Station the South Campus of Florida

Chapel Group celebrates its 30th birthday Feb. 11. Junior College at JacksonvilleFJC
( ) on Beach Boulevard. .
Rear Admiral Francis L. right angle on the other side, and A special Jacksonville Transit <
Garrett, Chief of Chaplains will with the Small Chapel at the base Authority bus leaves from! the
speak at the Protestant servicesin of the "U." Laura Street side' of Hemming

All Saints Chapel while Deputy St. Edward's Chapel ace Park at 715: : a.m. Monday
Chief Captain James L. Killeen comodates the personnel of the through Friday :destined for
.. will conduct mass at St. Ed Roman Catholic faith. General FJC's South Campus and also the

ward's Chapel. worship services for personnel University of North Florida ,
After the services, an open other than those of the Roman campus off Beach;Boulevard.The .
house will be held. Catholic faith are held in All bus route is from Laura to

Over the years, thousands have Saints Chapel. Water, ,across the Mam:Street .
I worshipped at the Chapel Group bridge 'td Gulf Line Drive to or

; but probably only a handful are The Small Chapel is designedfor FORGOTTEN N ART-JOWCmembers listen as Mrs. Leona WoodringSmith Hendrfcks .Avenue, Atlantic
aware'of its history.Construction Jewish, Christian Science, speaks to them on "Hie Forgotten Art of Flower Cookery.' Boulevard, then to';Beach
j on the complexwas Mormon and other services as Shown (Left to Right) are: Mrs. Diana Coleman, ,COMFAJRJAX Boulevard to the University: of
begun in May, 1942, after the well as for meetings.All Hostess Mrs. Anne Struch program chairman; Mrs. Smith Mrs. North Florida campus::0 before
Bureau of Yards and Docks and Saints Chapel composes the Ann Schatzle, FWF Hostess and Mrs. Julie Mills, JOWC President arriving on (the FJC :South
t; the Bureau of Aeronautics largest part of the Chapel Group r Campus

J collaborated' in requesting and and has several notable features,

receiving a $250,000 appropriation the first being its name. .. ." J
) to erect and equip the ,
The name All Saints
; facilities. was 3
: selected for this Chapel in honor
The architectural
designer was
i Ray W. Olson of the and memory of the men who
1 Architectural Department manager for the have gone out from the Naval Air
Jacksonville Office of Robert and Station and have died in the line G m' Tire :
1 of the in City
duty, on high seas, the
J Company, Atlanta, Ga. He .
air, or in the forefront of battle.
designed the chapel to harmonizewith
the spirit and architecture of Also,it is in memory of those who 0'0
\ the station. made the supreme sacrifice
while in training at the station.
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During the construction
period,
1 Some of the featuresof
J physical "
the Air Station was commanded
All Saints include
j by Captain (later Rear Admiral) :

I Charles P. Mason 'and Captain The 40 sliding doors which NOW ( OPEN } .
I (later Vice Admiral) John D.Price afford excellant cross ventilationand

make this an admirable typeof I ic
; The complex,was completed in church architecture for a semitropical -
early 1943 and the official climate.
dedication was held Feb. 28, 1943.
The Chapel Group is arrangedas The park-like setting of the

a large U-shaped structure, chapels where worshippers may
with all Saints Chapel on one side look out on a variety of flowering .
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n Jax-To some people,the time-worn cliche,"drunk as a sailor,"has (
1 a certain amount of allure.But an ex-alcoholic would probably have a I '
different point of view.

Y "Before going to work, I had to drink about a pint of whiskey and

during the night, I'd wake up every two hours for a drink."To most of '
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9 k r __ us, that experience doesn't hold much romance. For the former '
4L alcoholic who made that statement, it reflects the nightmare of his .

sI previous experience.So .
1 I does the fact that one-third of a large group of men at the Long

\ Beach Navy Rehabilitation Center has lost a paygrade because of
events from their alcoholism.
l ;, resulting
By Ed Beasley tfiI Paradoxically, many of these same men are holders of individual

During the Antebellum _i; /fl\\\ 4AiR awards for professional performance, heroism and devotion to duty.It .
Period prior to the Civil UJ is a fact that alcoholism in the Navy runs the gamut of personnelfrom
War, the Black man had FORCE;: CAREER ENDS-SSgT. KODerr H. Pfenning (Right) top to bottom.There are no exempt groups '.
in his i dreams and his family talk things over with Mal Kenneth P. Tevebaugh, With an increased awareness of the scope of the alcohol problem and ,:

which omens often guided his Commander of the 679th Radar Squadron,after SSgt. Pfenning retired effects of alcoholism on overall efficiency of the Navy"war"has been ,
from the Air Force with 20 of service. '
life. If a Black man' years declared against this illness. Steps are being taken to. provide
enlightened assistance to Individuals who once rehabilitated, can
,
dreamed of Whites, .that
New Law To Aid assume a productive naval career.
was a good omen. But
dreams of Blacks were "One Day At A Time," the title of SITREP Six, is one way in a .
bad. broad-base program designed to fight alcoholism in the Navy. As this ;,,

Generally White Women VeteransJax film points out, _the Navy now has two rehabilitatioq centers for .'
,
a man alcoholics. One is at the Naval Base, Long Beach, and the second is' f
in the Black man's dream
located at Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, Va.
represented the Lord, anda Some 537,000 women veterans, including 9,000
Although thereare various opinions on the best method of treatingan

Black mangy the ,Devil. discharged from military service during_the past fiscal admitted alcoholic, all, experts agree on points., First, the .
To dream of falling indicated year, will benefit from ,the new "women veterans bill of individual must recognize that he has a problem and must want to rid '1.t

a need for more rights" in the recent veterans' education and training himself of the addiction. Secondly, the individual seeking assistance
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prayer ; A dog chasinghim law needs help to maintain his abstinence.In .

meant he was not alcoholism in most.other diseases there definite
Women veterans now comprise assistance.Of as are signs
true in his religious con- which illustrate the of the affliction has
the ,total graphically degree progress
fessions. A dream of fish 1.9 percent of the nation's veteran 537,000 16,000() '
made within the individual.
population, with 307,000, or 57 served during the Spanish
that he had
was a sign percent, with World War II American War and World War Ii; In the early phases of addiction,signs include an increase in alcohol
sinned. On the other hand
service. 74,000 during the Korean Conflict tolerance,onset of memory blackouts, efforts at geographical escapes
if he dreamed of clear and loss of other interests. of the crucial and chronic
The new "bill of rights" ; 57,000 between the Korean Signs phases of
water, it meant that he equalizes GI Bill payment for Conflict and the beginning of theVietnam alcoholism include tremors and early morning drinks, impaired


of was the on Lord.If the. right side women veterans, allowing themto Era on Aug.5,1964; and thinking, indefinable fears, general loss of spirit and admission of .

receive additional GI Bill 83,000 during the Vietnam Era. complete defeat. I
Black dreamedof
a man
payment for their husbands and Of the 16,000 SpanishAmericanWar
a preacher, it was a
making_ VA dependents' and World War I women
sign of good luck. If the ATLANTIC
educational assistance, death veterans, VA estimates about
left twitched it meant
eye pension and GI home loans 1,000 are now 85 or older,3,000 are
bad luck.: But if the right RENT-A-CAR
available to widowers of women 80 to 84, 10,000 are aged 75 to 79,
eye_ twitched,. it was good'. veterans on the same basis as for and 2,000 are 70 to.74..'Women.of :. i
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lore, many' 'years armed Husbands forces.of women veterans nurses.'VA estimates about 138,000 of : 17 yrs.. of age and ,iupi!. .. ;);..

ago. totally and permanently disabledby the 140,000 women veterans who 'C LL'3a9-31'8 :::
service-connected: conditionsare served since the end of the ';

eligible for educational Korean Conflict are living in the FREE PICKUP& DELIVERY .
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VP-24
lli CivilianMen


I Monday,Jan.22 Combination Salad, Tossed WivesMeet

Minestrone Soup, Broiled Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain rT
Chicken, Roast Pork with Jello,'Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage

Dressing, Chili with Rice, 7oz Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, _
Chopped Sirloin, Baked Fish. Fruit Jello, Waldorf Salad, _
Rice with Gravy, French Fried Cucumber and Tomato.
Jax The VP-24
Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes, Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple Enlisted
Wives Club held
Blackeyes, Turnip Greens, Corn Pie, Boston Cream Pie, Assorted their' first
meeting for 1973
Combination Salad, Tossed Puddings. f rf Jan. 10 at the

Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Thursday.Jan.25 Bellair Apartments Game Room
in Orange Park.
Jello, Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage Bean Soup, Roast Turkey with .
Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, Dressing, Spaghetti with Meat Ic Guests present were Mrs.
Fruit Jello, Cucumber Mix, Sauce, Liver with Onions, 7oz. r Doherty and Mrs. Demand.
Health Salad. Chopped Sirloin, Fish Cakes. 1 Mrs. Doherty, sponsor of the

Sweet Potato Pie, Apple Pie, Rice with Gravy, French Fried : club and wife of VP-24's CO,
Banana Cake with Iceing, Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes, c installed the new officers in a
Assorted Puddings. Green Lima Beans, Spinach, candlelight ceremony.The .
Tuesday;Jan.23 Okra and Tomatoes. : new officers are: Mrs.

Chicken Rice Soup, Pan Roast Combination Salad, Tossed Dottie Schwartz, president; Mrs!
Beef with New Potatoes, ChoppedVeal Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Teri Sauerwein, vice president;
Cutlets, Macaroni and Meat Jello, Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage ,Mrs.Pat Sorrels,secretary; Mrs.

: Sauce,7oz. Chopped Sirloin, FishCakes Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, Loretta Kummerfeldt, treasurer;
r i with Slaw. Fruit Jello, Carrot and Raisin, r and Mrs. Katie Lewis,

.1 1 Rice with Gravy, French Fried Tuna Salad. parlimentarian.

I Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes, Coconut Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Fund-raising projects and
Pinto Beans, Baked Egg Plant, Lemon Tarts, Assorted Puddings social activities for the coming
Green Peas.Combination. Chocolate Cake with year were discussed. The first
Salad Tossed Iceing. will be a "Bakeless" bake
sale.
TOPS IN DECEMBER-Cpl. Robert L. Lasslen, Jr. is congratulatedby
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Friday,Jan.26 Upon receiving instructions
named Marine of
Mal.| J.F. Lavin, Marine Barracks CO, for being
Jello, Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage Tomato Soup, Trout Almon. the Month for December. Lassien was selected on the basis of his wives should return the letter'plus ,
I Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, dine, Pork and Beef Chop Suey "demonstrated ability to stand with distinction a variety of posts", the cost of a baked good, to
If Fruit Jello, Potato Salad, Beet with Rice, Stuffed Peppers with the club treasurer, Mrs. Loretta
superior leadership, immaculate personal, appearance and superb
i. and Onion. Creole Sauce, 7oz. Chopped Kummerfeldt.The .
t i Egg Custard Pie, Apple Pie, Sirloin, Chicken Fried Steaks military bearing. next business meeting will

Layer Cake with Teeing, Assorted with Onion Gravy. .. ............. ..................... be held Feb. 14 at 7:30: p.m. in the
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I I Puddings. Rice with Gravy, French Fried Bellair Apartments Game Room.
, Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes,
' Traffic Violations
Wednesday Jan.24 Macaroni and Cheese, Mustard .
1 Vegetable Soup, Baked Meat Greens, Stewed Tomatoes. BatmenStress
, Loaf with Creole Sauce, Breaded Combination Salad, Tossed
Pork Chops with Apples, Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Jax The following is a reportof Going through stop sign 6
Steamed Franks with Jello, Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage motor vehicle accidents and Other Violations 20
Sauerkraut, 7oz. Chopped Sirloin, Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, traffic violations for the period of Fourteen drivers appeared
Fish. Fruit Jello, Cole Slaw, Bean Jan. 17. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon .
Rice with Gravy, French Fried Salad. Number of Accidents Jan. 11. Disposition, of the SafetyJax

Potatoes, Mashed Potaotes, Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple This period 4 cases included the following:
Great Northern Beans, Beets, Pie, Yellow Cake with Peaches, This period a year ago 8 One lost driving and parking VP-24's "Batmen" have
String Beans. Assorted Puddings.m Total accidents this year 4 privileges aboard the station; passed the 30,000-hour mark for
I Total accidents through this four were assigned to complete, flight time without a single major

*.--o:<<->>:-::<:<.-.:.-.::::.-.>..:>O::.:OO-.. ";;'''''':<<.'..'.'....'..:.'.'.'.'.''):...................:...;."....:.;.>...;>........:.;o..-...,...>..>.:.-.:..-.:.<..<..-.:..<...<...<...<..-.:..-.:...>...>..:..-o-.......:....:...:.....::..;o.:...:.....' period last year 8 an eight-hour course in remedial aircraft accident.
\. m -:.<<-: : -::: : :<:: --:. *'<<<<*::<- ::::-::-::-:;::; :.. 1 Total number of days since last driving; six received suspen- Cdr. Edward F.- Doherty,

; injury in a motor vehicle accident sions; six were given warnings; squadron CO, attributed the feat
iti: :;: HONDA : : 19 two were dismissed; eight were to a sense of safety awareness on
Number days since an injury fined (U.S. Magistrate); and four the part of all hands-both flight

I ( last year at this time 198 were referred to commanding crews and shop crews.
Number of Violations officers for possible disciplinaryaction. In its continuing effort toward

..' This period 35 safety, the "Batmen" held a
OF JAXIIHWIimfflfHIHIIlllllllllllllIttlllllllllllllllHHiHIHHHfl Iii
j Speeding 7 Eight were assessed 24 traffic safety "step-up" day last

Reckless driving 2 points. Thursday.No .

.s..... << 1 VP-24 planes or crews flew.
I };:}r 4425 NORWOOD AVE PHONE 7442419Don't I s::S Instead, the entire day was
Open for your convenience S a.m.-10 p.m. devoted to a program of safety
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i Tt fi; q ;;1; ;;f; 1f 1;;1 1; ;f:;;t iWJm ;i ( t! =tT i1::: (D PICKUP & DELIVERY aid education presentation, ranging by from Lt. Sotiriou a first-,

Q ROAD SERVICED VP-24's Flight Surgeon, to survival -

MECHANIC ON DUTY emergency drills, ac

Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS cident-prevention discussionsand
an address by Cdr. Steele,
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: let money :; BOB'S' .OAK HILL 1yrr: center in Norfolk, Va.



.. problems affect ('. unitrmr NATIONWIDE JACKSONVILLE RESUMESof

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We consolidate. bills. Pay them off. Cut I' Quality Service for
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:' monthly payments. And still give people ', Please- Check our Reputation.
*.- extra cash. To handle an emergency. For a > Nlf ELY References and Product.

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!1.it. You enough to FOR SERVICEMEN .00 double occupancy
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appointment with your legal assistance your monthly take-home
; IIIIII as you should have periodic pay, or
II 0 0SAVINGS medical check-ups for officer, take the following do your total outstanding debts
,
1 self-administered quiz. If -other than house
have
health, so should you payment
I j periodic your check-ups for your legal any of the questions match your rent and utilities-amount t;
and financial security. personal situation, stop by your more than three months Uke.
"" :i 1 'PU )\ BONDS Most persons see a lawyer legal office or call for an ap home pay?

I .. : only as a last resort when they pointment.Q. A. This may be the danger
,, i \ ARE are already in trouble; often Do you have a will signal that, if left unchecked
it t; eerreR when it is too late for the law- A. If not, you may need one, could lead to the financial mor'

/ yer to provide much help.! especially if you are married or tuary-the bankruptcy court.
THAN EVES Where the trained physiciancan have substantial financial hold- Your legal assistance officer can
catch a potential infirmityand ings. Periodic review of existing show you ways to organize your
prevent it from becoming a wills is also necessary when budget and avoid. heavy, unnecessary

major illness, the trained legal you change your marital status, interest payments.Q. .
counsel can spot a potential le acquire new dependents or accumulate Are you behind in any pur.
gal or financial problem and new wealth.Q. chase payments or support fees
1 steer you 'on the right course Hare you purchased anything; to your family, ex-spouse or
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aground in complicated installment children?
before running recently on an con-
expensive, often time- tract? A. If so, your commanding of.

consuming legal or financial A. If so, you may be payingmore ficer may .be informed and if
\ hassles. left unchecked, your career
and enjoying it less than
.1 The Legal Assistance Officer, you should. Check with your jeopardized. Letters of in-
...... is debtedness' can result in eventual .
a designated! Judge Advocate, legal assistance'officer for loop:
fLr a qualified professional lawyer holes, hidden interest costs and discharge. Your legal as.
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'LA'I whose services are free to serv- fine print. Always check with sistanco officer can inform you
;r ,. WF..I&T their and of your rights, remedies and
TV icemen and dependents him before making any major
whose counsel is absolutely con installment purchases. ways of organizing.your debtsor

J P- fidential and privileged.To Q. Do your monthlycredit pay- support payments.
Q. Has your income l and hence
? OULD-a see.if you need to make.ai ments take up more than half '
CIII'''''TIM your i income tax, substantially

.I i'. r increased due to a reenlistment
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bonus?
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Q. Need to sell property ownedin
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: The Kadis Learning Center is a special kind of your rotation or transfer?
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; ;; : school with a specialized staff and program. We are A. A power of attorney can be

: dedicated to the development of the child with 'drawn to fit 'your and particularneed trouble.
saving time
: average or above average intelligence who has Q. Have you ever given anyone

::1. R! problems in learning. a Power of Attorney
A. Unless it contained a cutoff

If your child is suffering these problems you- .: date it,could.run for the rest of

; ; .. :.... and he-are not alone. There are many and they are .your life-:as dangerous. as a
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a'conference'dncl
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: .. the following symptoms may dedicated to the development of and evaluative\ testing procedure LinesJax
i i rj have a learning problem:- the child. with average or aboveis provided each child: '
r : ,.y: ; : -, t :
; .I' : 'j ,average intelligence who has in
Tired of
waiting
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line at Galley One?
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a 1 1.1. specialized program with:
', The times
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t w 1/' :Short Attention'Spin:/.h : '. .: Perceptual Development{ Academic Abilities Battery .... and Breakfast 7-7:30 : 6-6:30 a.m.

:' -Daydreams. '4'-*>T- ; Speech and HeanngTherapySpeech and Hearing a.m.

'. ..-.. Fidgety ,.,.,3' '" Reading Remediation. Evaluation .; Dinner: 11-11:12 a.m.
.;:. ,. and 12:30 to 1
; -. ; Poor Concentration Summer Classes' Vision Analysis .- p.m.
1 ? Withdrawn 10 Children Per Class Preliminary Interview and Supper: 4-4:30 p.m. and

i i i :: 3; Awkward or Clumsy'5: 1 Teacher-1 1 Teacher Aide Program Conference. 5:30to'6:15: p.m.

} '., Temper: Tantrums All Academic Subjects Perceptual Motor Screening J All persons are encouraged -

; : Easily Discouraged I '* : Ideal Location : ': ''' ,_. : Complete l t Physical '%#*... to consider
Reverses letters words : Air Conditioned Classrooms Examination is' eating during these slack

Speech/Hearing/ Difficulties l '1 ., '" periods.
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; ences wherein the specific learning disabilities of with parents. Diagnostic test results and
\ each child' are assessed. Recommendations the recommendations specific
1 : by .. .? are given to each parent. Con
: r professional staff for tHe remediation of specific ferences are conducted\ between
teachers
I : !''t : learning problems provide the basis for instruction parents to insure a cooperative attitude and TORS
toward the
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The U.S. Department of Agri
culture has released five of its
popular "How to Buy" series in
Spanish translation. Now avail si
a< able are the following Spanish
editions: Como Comprar Hortilizas -
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Frescas (How to Buy Fresh 1 i
a Vegetables), 20 cents; Como
Comprar Ilabas, Guisantes y ,
Lentejas en Seco (Dry Beans, L1Lr '"r1r
CHECKING THE MERCHANDISE-Mr. Robert Edwards, Peas, and Lentils), 25, cents;
scheduled to become Interim Manager of the Officers Club Jan. 23, Como Comprar Fruta Fresca
talks over buffet preparations with LCdr. Robert Johnson, Mess (Fresh Fruit), 20 cents; Como =
Division Officer, Personnel Services Dept. Comprar Carne para Conservar 1
en el Refrigerador (Meat for kk

O'Club Will Be your Freezer), 20 cents; and. : 't'
Como Comprar Bistecs (Beef ,
Steaks), 15 cents. the bookletscan
be ordered from Consumer )"..i.if '
Managed by NEXJax Product Information, Washing

ton, D.C. 20407. \'

Mr. Robert Edwards will become the interim Booklets in the "How to Buy"
manager of the NAS Jax Officers Club Jan. 23 when the series are designed to provide i ij

club comes under the operation and management of the consumers with i information f "
which will enable them to get
Navy Exchange.
the best quality and value for
Edwards comes here from the Starting Feb.,27, the top prize their money when shopping' for ERA ENDS AT NARF-Dorothy Williamson, NARF's last woman 1"
Navy Resale Systems Office for the game night will be a 1973 food.. Drawings and photographs Aircraft Electrician from World War receives her 30.Vear Pin from
(NRSO) in New York. car or a boat that will be'on of the products discussed in 'Capt.A.J. Yates, NARF CO,as she retires from Federal service.

Designated a Club Specialist, display in front of the Officers each booklet will help those Unfamiliar T- 0 .
he is a graduate of the Cornell Club. :with the, wide varietyof
University School of Hotel Ad- Also in the planning stage is a foods on display in American ;
ministration and had been series of Charter Vacation Tours supermarkets to, recognize the TILE
general manager of various scheduled to start this fall. Tours different products available.
private country clubs in the New planned so far include trips to Each booklet contains information

York-New Jersey area before Acapulco and Spain.A on government grading and towjmwncoMio GIFTS I 1
joining NRSO eight years ago. number of other changes are inspection, and how they assure (
Among the changes Edwards, planned to improve the decor of the consumer of quality and oj +Nautical Charts: !Outriggers *Nautical Wear' Et, J 4
is planning at the Officers Club the club and offer better service wholesomeness ,in what he buys. .Paints Hardware **Skies Fish Box ,- Burgee, Jackets II t
tTablt Wear I ,
are converting the Main Brace to patrons.A Pointers are given on how to Repair Material' Accessories *Other Goodie IVIMUM I II
intoa, discotheque six nights a permanent manager ,will, .judge, quality ,from the. appearance WET STORAGE.MARINE; HOISTStiULt:SERYICE' I .
YACHT BROKER r
week and, starting. Big Prize replace Edwards after a suitable' of the product, how to deg EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE.OUTBOARD STCRN"'DRIVE. INBOARD' ,..,
game nights: training period. termine the 'quantity"l (1W'bay', SEE THE NEWEST BOATS. MOTORS. CANOES ntfJRAILEftS .

I" Protestant Women Meet and how to store properly. t PIER 17MARINA_ i,INC. .
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Detailed information \
on buying ROOSEVELT BLVD at ORTECA RIVER .
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Jax-The Protestant Women of next meeting of, the PWOC on fresh fruits.'and vegetables JIC / rkII -. -.
the Chapel of Faith held a Monday, Feb.'12, at 9:30: a.m. in includes listings of what to look Pier /f nchied M.In.e.. Phcntt4'VWtTWVj! /4*( OPEN SUNDAY
business meeting this week. the Chapel. for and what to avoid for each ,+ BOATSI'MotORS;CWOES: : '' --o.;.ems
Chaplain'Danielson has invited Reverand Montgomery of the .commodity described-how to j j... Thunderbird-Starcraft-Mfg -Troan| .Grumman T-Craft .
Park tell if the produce is ripe and --.
the members of the congregation Orange PresbyterianChurch .
to a Pot Luck dinner Jan. 27 at will show his slides of the of good quality by its shape, :\
Holy Land. size, color, texture, and odor.
his ranch near Hawthorn.Reservations The women are also making The booklet about buying meat f
may be made at the plans for a tour of a local for the freezer contains a chart ,
Chapel or by calling Mrs. Jan synagogue in the near future. showing how to figure, the com-
Heiss at 388-4235. Diane McPhail The,PWOC members hope you parative costs of buying in
:.:,( 1 at.2644747. will keep these dates in mind and quantity for freezing and buy

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Louis Moore Named B

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Top NAS Jax CivilianJax


Capping off what would be called an "out-

standing" year for anyone, Louis Moore, acting s 1
, supervisor of the Program Management Branch of the

1 Supply Department,was chosen as December's Civilian

1 Employee the Month. million of ASB-12 mounts.He felt,

Moore, a GS-9 who has been fn however, that many critical -
his present position for five components and bitsandpiecesin
years, had already received an these assemblies could be
Outstanding Performance Rating saved and called this fact to the
and a Quality Salary Increase attention of the ASO.. The ASO
i! his superior performance in 1972. then directed that the disposal be WELL DONE, GUNNEY-GySgt. Joseph D. Roy the Marine Mess
In addition, he has received deferred until a "save list" could Chief, receives a Letter of Appreciation sent by Mal.| J.F. Lavin,
I commendations from Com- be prepared.A Marine Barracks CO,commending Roy for his work In preparing the
Marine Ball. Presenting the letter is Lt.
November from Barracks cake for the Corps
NavAirLant, ComFairWing message
Eleven, Aviation Supply Office ASO said, in part, "...your Col. David Teichmann, MATSG CO.
:'I' Philadelphia NARF. Jax and (Moore's) alertness to the A Nisei, Sgt. Frank
: VP-16. problem with subject item is TO FLYIntroductory Hachlya of Hood River,
:.t I Some of Moore's responsibility appreciated." Oregon, a graduate of the
includes advance and daily ComNavAirLant praised Lesson Military Intelligence Serv-
planning for material support of Moore for the support effectiveness FAA APPROVED ice Language School, vol
newly assigned and continuing of Project UNITAS PRIVAlb unteered to be dropped be-
Industrial and Fleet Support XIII, stating,"...(the) high e COMMERCIAL FREE hind Japanese. lines on the
Programs, such as P-3C support, aircraft readiness figure of 96.7 MULTI-ENGINE island of Leyte in the
Project UNITAS XIII, NARF percent was achieved with your INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTOR For Limited Philippines on an intel-
aircraft, engine and component (Moore) planning and maximum APPROVED Timu ligence mission during
overhaul programs and other ,effort," COURSES AVAILABLELEARN Only World War II. He gah-$
support programs. In addition, Moore has very ered his information .and
Through Moore's leadership, successfully conducted the HERLONG AVIATION, INC. headed back to his lines.
availability of P-3C material has Supply Department program for BOULEVARD PHONE 711.23 Invading U. S. Army
OFF NORMANDY
been increased from a normal 81 NICRISP overhauls and has troops, mistaking him loran
: percent to a high,of'91 percent. planned for and expedited enemy' infiltrator, shot
I enhancing AIMD repair critical NARF requirements, him as he was asking his
capability Cor. components attending very important conferences way back.
I required for fleet NORS. on advance and current GOODYEARSERVICE
t Another typical example of program planning for engine and Saves LivesAlthough

\ Moore's diligence and concern is other overhauls.The SSOOJammes Rd.STORES mortally '
: exemplified by the fact that Aviation Supply Office
By Grants Plaza. wounded, he delivered the
recently affected a great saving recently commended Moore's of Japanese defensesto
778-0131 maps
; for the Navy. Moore saw that an advance preparation for a P-3
an American officer, no
Air Supply Office directive had aircraft review conference heldat
doubt saving thousands of
: directed disposal of almost $3 NAS Jacksonville. ZENITH MODULAR
oss4w American lives. For this
STEREO SOUND SYSTEM action, in which he lost his

life, ,he was awarded the
X93 Distinguished Service
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VENETIA DRUGSYOUR Cross,I the higfceaV'decora-.
tion for valor awarded, a
NEIGHBORHOODPHARMACISTCOMPETITIVE Nisei in the Pacific 'Theater -

,j of Operations during

PRICESPERSONALIZED SERVICE World War II.

In EuropeOn

PHONE 384-6452 the other side of the
J342 world, in the European
5501 ROOSEVELT. BOULEVARDLOEST RT113P GE30"ELECTRIC Theater o f Operations,
Staff Sgt, Kazuo Masudawas

.t FROSTFREEREFRIGERATORFREEZER RANGE I.." i manning a forward
f $239 ,observation post near
L i v o r n o, Italy on
1 : $319 I
Self-cleaning oven. Oven the night of July 5,
17.1 cu. ft. capacity-only ndicator light.Master oven 1944. When the Nisei unit
30' wide. Big 163 lb. capacntro1s..Timer,too. came under fire, Sgt. Ma-
ity.lreezer.SO'RRY..i. suda crawled baek 200

yards under heavy fire,
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picked up 'a mortar tube
and ammunition and returned -
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to his post. Usinghis
helmet as a baseplatefor
the mortar tube, Sgt.
Masuda fired the piece
BUT WE'RE TEMPORARILY... single-handed for 12 hours

throwing back two coun-
terattacks. Several days
)' later he was killed on patrol
7' along the Arno RfVer
L Special Sergeant Masuda's sister

was personally awardedthe
( Distinguished Service
iFnaiicMng SOLD Cross by General Joseph
Stilwell for her brother's
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m ':" )\' "J( tjl ..OUT! veterans having
!:.:.%a.w4'N''J: 'M: : .Person. nel with their studies, the Veterans
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$50a
pays up
? ...,HOWEVER are planning more
month for tutorial assistance
great homes for you In BELLAIR.
WATCH FOR OUR FUTURE ANNOUNCEMENTSI! which is not charged against
r le7b1' titi.v their regular entitlement. Complete -

Clay County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Community! details are available at*
anv VA office.MOTORS.
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DUVMOTORS ':B ELI.A.lR: : : : ,

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{7FwMLlitas ,' { fiar; 1616 CASSAT Member of National Home Builders Association &CYCLES CO.
Ph:387-6541 and Jacksonville Home Builders Associations 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
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I New '/' t"A. /"" ';'ill.r I
USAFI
CoursesThe ; .::\:' ::: '. "'
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United States Armed Graphics (Course D770)) replaces ; '.',.:
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Forces Institute (USAFI) has the USAFI course C770 r ,
made available three newly im. .
Introduction .J
proved college-level courses. Mechanical I 1
Drawing II and is considered :
Principles of aCne
Accounting I
and II ( semester colJeR'e-level
courses F525-526) par. course.
allels a two-semester course in e + -

accounting commonly offered in D770 will develop the neces-
junior colleges and four-year sary drafting skills needed by :0'f
colleges and universities. The students of engineering and
courses cover basic concepts and
technology and help them to understand -
procedures of accounting ,as the theory principles,
they relate to the process of and practices of engineering

identifying, collecting, measuring drawing and graphical forms of
and reporting information presentation. f
on business, activities.

Prerequisites for enrollment Business Law I and II. .. KEFLAVIK REUNION-The NAS Jax ASW community was well represented at VP-49's change of
in F525 is sophomore college (courses D533.534)) parallel a command in Kef lavik as Cdr.Jeryl D. Funderburk assumed command of the "Woodpeckers." Shown .
two-semester in business VP CO Cdr. A. Hoover, VP-5 CO Cdr. Robert A. Hall, -
standing or completion of college course (L-R) are: Cdr. Paul E. Herring -4S ; Harry ;
course in Introduction to law commonly offered in civilian relieved as VP-49 skipper Cdr. Funderburk Cdr. Kerry W. Mirise, VP-U CO; Cdr. Edward F. I
Business or in Principles of colleges and universities at the Doherty,VP-24 CO;and Cdr.James B. Kramer,VP-56 skipper. This was the first time in history that

Economics. It_ is a basic course, sophomore-junior level. a II the FAW-11 commanding officers endured the Icelandic winter simultaneously. I

for students intending to majorin 1 I

any business field. Did you ever wonder? What it there or in the Cummer of little productions and activities i : I

Basic Technical Drawing and would be like to crawl into a Gallery or the Jacksonville Art The Museum also offers classes -''';''.* '
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Answers to rabbit hole. or how you'd look Museum *) and programs for pre-school \.'...

the most frequently as a silent screen star? Or what / children the way to adults. ?' y<' ;
asked questions whena falls. And Come into anyone of our Banks And .the ;" ;
happens star ... you'll enjoy shopping .
ic how the Seminoles lived? ,and open a savings account corner, with gifts from all over : I

for $100, or add $100 to your pres. the world. >, "' ..;<.". .

If you ever w ndcr. 4., or l love .:, ent savings account. We'll enroll 7'; .. '.1,
watch child wonder r .... We membershipwilLbelong ...
to a : ;you-:- you for a six-month individual l hope your \ .

in the Children's Museum. membership, open up a new world for you ; : : ;
CAN NUTMEG BE ABUSED? ct
The Atlantic Banks help put you ,and some children you know. ,. .
If large amounts of nutmeg : As a member of the Children's :. ',;. ,'. : ';' :

or mace are taken, they can induce .,' Museum you'll receive'mailings' : .." : :' ". ., s''. ., : (,.
drunken confused :. ,; ; ,
a state. '
ThN requires a substantial ,:.'. : that. ,bring good news of puppet' .' .. '; \ .Jl'\\,.. (

quantity, which can irritate the ;..: "i. '. L..", (', shows, planetarium shows, art ,/ytilri"J.....K .,. \ ( "r.lr'; ... ,', -'vrr :;... "
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in prisoners who have access to .,. -. .

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.BELKA00NNA AND i _' r ." "
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A large number of wild plants '

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Il l I If you had to guess what facilities, smoke scrubbers and means 7.5 tons per day. Present used in aircraft -This fuel burns The Supporting Role
cleaner and, in the long run, will Navy Exchange System
out
Federal aircraft anything
\'I agency spends the most noise suppressors. rules prohibit taking economical for the has undertaken a
money on ecology,who would you Basically, its shore-based, to sea for the purpose of dum prove more by encouraging customers supporting role .
, I' pick?If you picked the Navy (and pollution problems will be solvedin ping. Disposal at sea of trash Navy. New Paint recycled material.The to use
: we'll bet you didn't) you'd be the next few years. generated aboard ship while Exchange I
has beendeveloped has embarked
1 Another innovation on a large-
? correct. There will be continuing underway is still permitted past
Naval Research
I : r 1 The Navy had engaged:\ in. a pollution abatement projects, as 50 miles. Rules also forbid by the package waste-recycling
Md. A Meanwhile
t ; massive effort to clean up its old devices wear out and as new dumping of garbage within 12 Laboratory at Annapolis, program. ,individualsand
1 1 facilities. 1971, the Navy spent standards.are adopted, but the miles of shore. The solution? The Navy scientist there has bases throughout the Navy
of anti- have also
I $30 million. In 1972, it, spent $G6 backlog of problems will have Navy is currently field-testing developed a new kind distinguished them
: i million and In 1973, it plans to been eliminated.The several compaction devices and fouling paint for ships. The new selves in that area by conducting
little toxic recycling efforts
: spend more. Navy's next big'problem is incinerators that would reduce paint leeches hand-in-hand
In the next few years,the Navy what to do with shipboard waste the residue of trash that has to be material. If tests are succesful, with local communities.
will be spending about $400 materials. They include various disposed at sea. the paint will have a very
million-approximately two liquid discharges from ships. A Many talk about the oceans as beneficial effect on the en- Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt
percent of the Navy budget-on decision has been made to extend dying, but nobody really knows vironment of the Nation's ports Chief of Naval Operations'pointed
; pollution abatement, both in sewer pipes to most of the piers at how much the oceans can absorb and inland waterways.In up the Navy's course in
1 direct costs and hidden costs, major naval bases, starting this before their environmental addition to these few the area of ecology and environmental
such as the operation of waste year. The project should be balance is tilted irrevocably.More representative examples of its, protection in a
I .treatment facilities and the Increased completed in two years. At the than one-third of all innovative efforts, the Navy has recent message to the Navy
costs of pollution-free same time, the Navy will modify oceanographic work conducted in also.been. attempting to en- announcing the initiation of
'I ships and aircraft engines. wastewater piping systems on 150 the United States today is funded courage an environmental "Ecology Spot Reports"-Z.(
i t Compared to the other military ships with more to be modified by the Navy. Some of the Navy's enhancement attitude throughoutthe Gram 114)).
) departments, the Navy has somei. later. work may help point to answers. Navy and Marine Corps.
i.i' unique environmental problems, President Sets Goal Only A Part Environmental awareness is
[;': as well as a far broader range of Another serious problem Pollution control is only a partof being developed through extensive In the Z.Gram, dealing with a
';i ecology problems. concerns oil pollution of oceans the Navy's total environmental use of environmental world-wide Navy system of
:1 Like the other services, the and harbors. The President has program. At more than 80 bases, material in internal information reporting environmental
i Navy and Marine Corps have air set as a goal the elimination of all the Navy and Marine Corps have media and appropriate training phenomena, the Admiral said,
j'I' bases, large land training areas intentional discharges of oil at cooperative, management course material. "Environmental protection is of
and numerous buffer zones. sea by mid-decade or by 1980 at agreements with Federal and The Navy is also trying to great importance to the world at
!' ; In addition, the Navy operates the latest. state conservation agencies for communicate to all of its shore large, to our Nation and to the
: .. a large fleet of ships with people The Navy has a number of preservation and enhancement of stations practical ideas on how to Navy. It is a matter of personal
t; and equipment concentrated in projects underway. They include the ecological balance at those organize volunteer recycling concern to me and I am confident
limited living and working space. testing oil and water separatorsfor bases.At efforts and how to assist them that Navymen everywhere share
\ A Navy ship, therefore is a ships and flexible membranesfor Norfolk, Va., the Navy has after they get started. this concern."
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER, PAGE 13Waves

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'\ Jax -'Spend your off;duty time at the beach, visiting iAI ;-: -

j i frIends, a.t1ng-Just being a 19-year-old girl-or spend _
the time In full dress
Wave uniform
, recruiting command. assisting the Navy 1 1II

That was the choice two Waves from the Naval
. Hospital Had. The path they followed
was one most
_a would not: they are devoting most of their off-duty time r- hEt4f
to assist! Chief Larry Kuntz of the West Jacksonville \

:, Recruiting Station.

The girls Debra Snyder and Nina Kaiser, both J
hospitalmen at the Naval Hospital have assisted in I
Naval j .
presenting career development "'1
programs at
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several high schools. v' n
area
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Among those they have visited are Paxton, Robert E. '
Lee and Baker .. .; 1
County high schools. :; 'L' .'
Planned for the future are visits to Edward White *
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Palatka Central, Palatka South and :
Interlachen new.
PILOTS FRIEND-tarl:: Wilcox, sits at the console of the Naval,Weather Service Facility's l'
Crescent City high schools. Meteorological Radar Set with Paul White, Navy Avionics Facility, Indianapolis, and Cdr. F.J. I
Debbie and Nina have been very instrumental in Schatzle,Naval Weather Service Facility Jax skipper pointing out storm formations. F
presenting the image of the "New Navy Woman" and
have increased the awareness of the importance of the
New Radar PilotsJax
young woman in today's Navy.As Helps Navy
a direct result of the girls' work in assisting''Chief
Kuntz,several high school girls have expressed a strong Pilots who will be flying during the thunderstorm season have a new
desire to enlist in the Navy. friend at the NAS Jax Naval Weather Service Facility.
The First of the new AN-FPS-106 Meteorological Radar Sets, produced by the ,
Naval Avionics Facility 'in Indianapolis, has been installed.
CARE Workshop Special new features of the radar are the capabilities of locating and deter- '
mining the intensity and movement of lightning in storms.This feature is a resultof

-. ": <:- a device developed by the University of Miami. ",.,
Starts Monday The benefits of this radar will be shared with pilots at Cecil Field and Mayport

via a Facsimile process which can send Facsimile pictures of the radar ':
presentation as often as 200 second intervals.The .
JaX-The first Workshop for 1973 will be held at NAS console of the AN-FPS-106. located near the pilots briefing area of the
Jacksonville Jan. 22-26 in the CARE Center,Building 451. Weather Facility in Bldg, 118.

The Workshop is open to all military'' personnel,
'civilians and dependants 16 years of age or over. At- .
tendees at the last Workshop Nov: 27 through Dec. 1 4
ranged in age from 17' to 60 and included drug users, ,
alcoholicsa Navy pilot,civilian and military counselors, __ ,; \"
"hot line" operators and men and women from varied ,
walks of military and civilian life. 1 ,

The schedule of events is intentionally not disclosed 1 1t.
because the Workshop is meant to be an experience in
life rather than a didactic situation. Areas that will be

covered, however, include self-awareness, understanding -
of others, insight, counselling techniquesand t- ,. HEATED#
knowledge in the area of "what's'happening now." 1- INDOOR 3 3poop.

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The first four days, Monday through Thursday, will ,
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The "You Machine-- is powered ..
1 study of retirement being con By Fred Gass
ducted by the Social Security t Nature pays her reward in by electro-chemical energy
: by elements containedin
r Administration's Office of Re- lc L Ya sy' t k 4 only one way; by bestowing supplied
the blessing of good air, water and food. The most
search and Statistics is beginning r within man
t to cast much-needed light health. But nature's penaltiesmay important of your internal ma-

r on the timing of retirement and include pain, injury, varied chines, the heart, delivers these
rp v elements to,all the other
the quality of life after the rc -- .4 Q discomforts, incarceration (im energy
tirement decision has been E mobility) and death. vital machines, starting with '

made. The final conclusions will Nature's reward is paid to a your lungs.

not be drawn from. the Retirement person in installments. These From then on the process is

i History Study for another health payments, however, are highly sophisticated, involvingyour
i 8 years. given only for muscle movementof circulatory system and the
kind another. functions of all your organs.
f The 11,153 participants be. Most one persons or begin life with But the heart is your power

tween the of 58 and 63 If it's not working
{ ages "free" good health, granted by pump. very
i being studied by the, Retirement nature. This happens only once efficiently, all your other mech-

,; History Study are :from every in one's lifetime. Moments after anisms suffer, starting with

State and numerous occupational birth the responsibility for your brain.
good health belongs to the The You-Machine consists of
: our
and for the
groups, first
doctor. For the next few years more than 600 muscles, 206
time in a study of, this nature, AIRMAN OF THE QUARTER-Airman John H. Lorah, Jr. has been it's up to the management and bones and all those little vital

large numbers of women are included selected the 679th Radar Squadron's Airman of the Quarter. He was wise leadership of our parents. other machines, including heart,

Such a large sample is chosen for the award based on outstanding lob performance and After that it's our problem and lungs, stomach, liver, kidneys,

justified by the expectation that knowledge of his Air Force, career specialty. our task. endocrine glands and dozens of

Jeath, moving away, and no' Good health and radiant, _dynamic others.

longer wishing to be included in VW-4 Wives physical fitness are pos The average YouMachine'spump
the study will eventually remove MeetingJaxThe sessions only of those who have heartily thrusts 2,649-

j, 50 per cent of the participants. earned them through regular 024,000 times during its lifetime,

VW-4 Wives will be held, Wednesday, exercise. flushing about 15,000 tons of

Club has set a new time January 24, at 10:00: a.m. For many persons this exercise blood through the machine, :feed

SwapWanted and date for their monthly at the NAS Jax Chapel is inherent in the daily jobs ing all the other mechanismsand

meetings. The meetingswill Meeting Room. All VW-4 they perform which requite pro- dissipating poisons.
Your electrically activ-
longed muscular, movement. pump
now be held on the wives are cordially invitedto But the majority" of today's ated ,by the spark. of life with

fourth Wednesday of every attend. civilized, push-button, machine- every pulse, deserves special

month. aided people work at jobs which consideration which includes the

Jax .- AX3 with This month's meeting require little physical exertion. proper amount of work, (through
CHAMPUS will pay :for eye exercise) adequate rest and sufficient _
of orders to VP
possibility
care :for conditions that are not You are an infinitely fantastic, nourishment.In .

squadron in Brunswick, ordinary refractive, errors. Far- flexible, adaptive machine containing nature when an organism

Md., wants ,swap for VP WITHOUT ADVERTISING sightedness. and nearsightedness numerous smaller ma- (anything resembling a living

i' squadron here. YOU WOULDN'T KNOW are normally considered "ordi. '.."chines which function together thing in complexity, of' .structure -' .
Contact AX3 Vanheusenat nary" refractive.errors. to keep you alive. or 'functions' fails: to' perform "

Ext. 2578. its, job it begins 'to" die,

It atrophying from within

When'muscles are consistently .
t NEWEST CONCEPT unemployed the. circulatory ,sys. '

r IN APARTMENT LIVING tern suffers, robbing all our organs .

WILSON Pontiac of their share of energy,
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P.S..P.B..turbo hydramatlcalr NORMANDY GOln.n runners, with no evidence of
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-"'' ," Ads ShOUld be mailed to arrive not later than ,&'. - - --J- - 'ff" -. ..
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for
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Thursday Thursday,Jan.18
Ads
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published the : BLADE OFGRASS"
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otherwise. A Check or Starring
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received
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Drama, Starring Martin Balsam

;:S $S IS SSssuu SB : __ \ \ j and Franco Nero. "PG" ((102 Monday Jan 22
U* *'*****"*'*l'\l'*' .. s >i, J r .. G ::: NAS: "START THE
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REVOLUTION WITHOUT ME"
CHINCHILLAS
tT.tIZ4HELP Friday Jan.19
1971 NEW YORKER
animals,cages&equip., Historical Satire, Starring Gene
J[ 12x60, 2BR., NAS
no reasonable offer CHS.A, Wash-Dry,' w-w : "PLAY IT AS IT LAYS"
refused.7712634. Wilder and Donald Sutherland.
carpeting.Must see to appreciate,786- Drama, Starring Tuesday Weld
WANTED -- 6115, after 6 P.M.Veow "PG" (91 min.)
and Anthony Perkins. "R" ((99
Attendants and mechanics, all hours, _: ; ,, HOSPITAL: "THE NEW
min.
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apply In person to CENTURIONS"

Sarge's American Service Station' -- '-' . HOSPITAL: "NO. BLADE OFGRASS" Tuesday Jan.23
201 Hwy.17,Orange Park
WE BUY 4 SELL EQUITIES NAS: "CARBON COPY"
Call/us for Quick service BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY" Saturday,Jan.20 Action Drama Starring Robert
Used VW's compacts, other foreign NAS "DEAD ,
OFFICE HELP Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. : RINGER"
makes. Hossier and Charles Aznavour.
Astro
Adding machine experience 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. Blvd. 781-4978.Motors, 6566 Normandy Drama, Starring Bette Davis and
"PG"
(91 min.
)
necessary. Convenient to NAS Jax &> 771-3052_ 737-3864 Peter Lawford. "PG" (116 min.) '
Cecil. Phone 766-0722. HOSPITAL: "START THE
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WANTED Edward O.Lyon, Broker 389-0361 Call 264.8680 *.* *..** * *, *.* '* * * K *ltCMtiiNMvi
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$2.00 Call 396-4021, after 6 P.M. $16,000.. very nice Excel. Cond., Sissy Bars, $595.00,

VANSANDT,REALTOR ,387.1213 O'Connor,772-3936,Aft.3 P.M.,or 475- :
2793 Before 2 P.M. .
EXPERIENCED SALESLADYFor
NORMANDY ACRES '
ladles and children's to "The Devils' Own
ready 4 miles west ', Mlstress'l
of Cecil Field. Road 9 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME
wear. 5-4 days, 9to, '5, apply at 5525 frontage, 2 to 20 Acre tracts Land Is Immaculate Cond., AC, PS,' PB, AT' TOPLESS BARTENDER :

Roosevelt Blvd. the best Investment for the future. Vinyl HT, R&H, BS, 7712581. ,
Other tracts available overSouthwest ; 'BAR OPENS AT NOON
Jacksonville
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Need Immediately mature, familymen 389-5514 Wynne Realty of Florida new, blue w blue vinyl bucket TOPLESS( 'J :

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know city, hourly or salary plus Power seats Power windows, excellent GO GO DANCERS
commission, 3960553. WHITE FENCE FARMS cond. Must be driven to be H.w If M-2AM NOON TIL2P, Mi,
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Must have own transportation.'Please climate. acres,S1,1OOlow terms. 4-door, HT, Like new, blue w white

call.Mrs. Pike at.264-6070. For full Information, please write to top, black Interior, V-8. AT, AC, PS, I I* * 1080 CASSAT AVE. 388-9016* *
Mrs. A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co, ww, tinted glass, excel cond., Call
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... Residential,Lots,AcreageChili. Convert.,R&H' $590.,
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES OF JAX .Mobley, Realtor 284.9345 "64 VW, ,SEDAN .

Fabrication In rescreening, window Lee Duncan,Associate 264-6861 Red, R&H, $440..

screens, screen doors, patio& pool CHEVY I 11 I NOVA .
enclosures,' aluminum roofs & carports 3BR,2BHOME 2-dr.' HT, 6 cyl. stick, R&H 490.

free estimates/ Owned & w-w carpeting CH&A, $3,300. equity; '62 VOLVO SEDAN

operated by: Norman T. Abrams, take-over pmts._of $162. mo.,772-0510. 2dr., R&H, looks A runs GOOD I
11J 0) LANE AVE. SO. PHONE 781.5511
USN retired, Paul Tinney, 2568 Edison ,$490. ,

Ave., 34-1242. MACCLENNY,Owens Acres ASTRO MOTORS Open Dally 8 to 8W-o'clfurday; 8 to 5-Sunday 1 to 6 PM
New Brick Homes. 3 & 4 BR, CH&A, 6566 Normandy Blvd.

KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER WW carpets,' Kit. equip. Gar Large ;
Responsible party take up pmts of $5. Lots. OPEN HOUSE SUN. 1 4:30 *71 MOB 72,VWSUPER- 'BEETLE Factory WarrantyAbtoR&NAG12fl5r t!

a month. Call dealer. 772.8936. P.M. VA, FHA or Cony. Blue, 4 new tires, luggage rack, VWSUPER BEETLE Factory Warrant;R&H*AVCond.$1097) : j.J
H. Rledeman,Assoc. Evenings bicycle rack, good condition Call 71 ( 1.-
Special $ '07
A recorded message by 781-5761 after 5'P.M, 7713200. .71,VWSUPER BEETLE LowMIIeageAutoR&H ,',;

SCOTT EDWARDS DUKE LOSTUMBO,Realtor 389-2331 71VWSUPERBEETLEExtraC'ean:' R&H ': "$1M* q

Tells you how to be a --- 'JAVELIN 7 .VWSEDAN R&Hl Special 1 : *"" f", ..

DISC JOCKEY W"' _u SST., Good Cond., 70VWSEDAN R&B}, fxtraClean'L"; ) ,.. __ : S1395' .,..
call 355-2944 ;
hour. Approved for ,
any After P.M.3885837. *' ., R&H $ { e.$1495
69 VWSEDAN New Paint,
veterans, Columbia School,, of "
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affiliated with.. CBS, Inc." .Course by ----- ORANGE PARKIo' .... ... '. ; .jt. Mi VW,SEDAN R&H; ,Air Cond,.Extra Sharp. ', ,. -, S1 'S ,\!.,
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home study. 2BRr Apts. Furn. or ,Unfurn., Dishwasher 68'VW SEDAN R&H, Clean, Special '.P:" '- Sn95' Iff.

CRABS _- Drapes, carpets, Elizabeth 67 VW SEDAN' R&H,'New.Paint .: .,,' .' "' <, -1W ;
LIVE Apts., 171.1465'or 771-3355. ,. ',' :', 'S1095 'f66VWSEDANR&Hi..extraClean
Wilford' Fish Camp 67 VW SEDAN..New Paint: ;
269707TYLER'SHEATINO stock r.- ... $"S .
WILMAR APARTMENTS
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Air Conditioned, .2 bedroom Living 65 VW SEDAN_.R&H,One Owner '.,'.-, '.._u'..",' ,..". .........X95. < ."
room Kitchen Bftstnook, parking, inAmerica. 65 VW SEDAN R&H,Good Transport ". '. : VS9 .i-

&AIR COND. space for 2 cars water, sewage, Radio&Gas Heater $369!
VW CAMPE R Poptop
72
Central 8. Wall Furnaces, space garbage lawn service. Fucnbhed ."' .. .. .
I. *****
ft&H
heaters, cleaned & repaired. $120., Unfurnished $100. plus 4 percent 71 VW CAMPER
,
Lakeshore 4711 Palmer, 30-5161. sales tax. 387-2541 weekends,389-0744. 69 VW CAMP Poptop R&H $ 49$

71 VW DELUXE BUS, R&H Air Coed $2195
NEW RCAand ZENITH STEREOS 10 MINUTES CECIL 2 BR TRAILER Buy U&Savings Bonds p gUS R&H AID' CondSpeclal.) ,? "r v.' '* \" $2695 "

Consoles some with AM-FM, tape Carpeting AC, patio & awning Ig. & DELUXE BUS R&H;New Paint" "," ,?*..\t-.4t"--$2395'. .,.
players. At dealers cost to liquidate fenced lot, no pets, adults preferred, 70 VW ; "' .
stock. Full warranty I Phone 7714X409. $115 mo., 7115932. 70 VW DELUXE BUS R&H,Special $2195,

.. 69 VW DELUXE BUS R&H Extra Clean s.. .. $1995 "

RIVERSIDE DAY CARE CENTER GIVE US A CALL FOR LOOKINGFOR 69 VW BUS R&H, New,Paint Special \ $1795

Nursery thru Kindergarten: week. Quick Rental of your Property 71 VW SQUAR BACK R&H,Auto Tran. '$2295
.
days. 3M-7689., Edward O.Lyon, Broker 38*0361 70 VW SQUARE BACK R&HAutoTran. ', :," $1995

,, .. ,, 9VW SQUARE BACK R&H,Auto Tran. ? ';.' "':; $17'5 .1

BUY SELLOR TRADE NEW 67 VW SQUAR E BACK K&n, txtra Sharp $1395

Used guns,furniture,antiques,fishing L" 71 VW FASTBACK,R&H, V-Top, Clean $2295
gear, and misc. |junk J A J HOUSE '
? $1995
CAREER 70 VW FASTBACK AM-FM Radio,Auto
OF,DEALS, |lust north of HAS at 6073- ,JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
69 VW FASTBACK R&H,Auto,Alr-Cond. $1795
B, Roosevelt Blvd., 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS Clean modern "
trailer and apts. 389-3007, )Jf you qualifyand 69 VW FASTBACK Auto Tran.'j /. $1595 .
willing to work. '. }
72 STARCRAFT CAMPER 1KAILER are <':: I
Ext.-20 ft. Used once- )It Is possibleto ?

172-$012 12x6O, 2B R,TOCHICASHA WOw carpet, CA, gas heat. 120,000 earn per In excess year of Nice Selection of other Modi I VW's x

FOR SAUl take over payments, 7713702.WOCAMDEN within 3-, years. We gave them the VW 16-polnt Safety and Performance Inspection. '

. Hammond T.200 Series Organ with Then we tuned up, tightened,and replaced everything that needed\ ,
rhythm Best offer, 3874100. PLANTATION Management training program, And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all, t
t2x60 CH&A, w-w carpeting, 2BR., starting salary negotiable. Call major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In nd "-

SMALL CHESTS 1 IB., part. ,urn., excel cond., 6 miles Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn U.S. double check.'
from Cecil Field 786-5007 or 7U-3597. NavyRetlred), Sales Managerwith ENOINETRANSMISSIOMREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
Good Cond..$20 ea. f
Life Insurance
Metropolitan ASSEMBLIES BRAKESYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
771-7337
''MARRIOTT Company at telephone number

2BR, AC W.D, w-w'carpets, 354;262f.1f interested.
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12x52,
HEATER .. ,
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DEARBORN PROPHANE 'St '
cond.. 103rd., ,
60,000 BTU fully auto., IV' yrs. old, loaded, remaining excel balance of $4500. it. ....
J225-,Call after 6 P.M.,282-4241 or 282. Assume
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:I" : PAGE JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER JANUARY, 18. 1973
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Iii *;/( Saratoga Sailors Show That /Navy.. .CaresIn I

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venture "They could only afford which will be named and overall support has been
a some individuals was Sister Ruth, a Columbia building
r considered a sheer impossibility, electric power for two hours si Sister from New York. Sister Saratoga-Carrier Air Wing Three poor.
the USS Saratoga has raised day and hot water was availablefor Ruth ran the Pope John XXIII Hall. Medical and Dental Presently, the Naval base at
$25,000 in five days in order to only an hour each 24-hour Community Center a baby'shome facilities will be furnished along Subic has a program set up where
t help a children's orphanage in period," says Photographic In downtown Olongapo.The with an electric generator which boys from the orphanage are
Olongapo Republic of the Intelligenceman Second Classs nun also served as the will provide the orphanage with trained in a skill by personnelfrom
| Philippines. The money will be Bill Haaland of Seattle, visiting nurse at Boys' Town power 24-hours a day. Also, a the base's public works
( used to modernize and expand Washington. visited the or- Girls' Home. water tank will be installed to department. Hence, the boys are
I one of the buildings already phanage and it was quite "A few fellows from the ship give the childrens' home a able to find a job without difficulty -
belonging to the orphanage. It depressing. When you get there and some civilians from the Subic constant water supply. when they must go out on
f will be named Saratoga CarrierAir those kids just latch on to you. Navy base went out to both the The fund will be administeredby their own. The girls, however,
Wing Three Hall. They're so happy to see someone. baby's Home and the Orphanageto a board on the Subic Naval receive no outside assistance as
I The drive conducted solely on But when you leave, their smiles look the places over," states Base and will be composed of they are trained in health hygieneand
i the ship and contributed to by turn to tears and sobs. They just Chaplain Everts. "And the thing officers, enlisted men and home arts right at the or-
just the officers and men of hate to see you go." that became so readily apparentto civilian employees at the base. phanage
Saratoga and her embarked air Haaland also related how all was the help the place The drive to raise the $25,000 Various individuals who are
!, wing, was publicized in the ship's neighbors to the orphanage stole needed." commenced on December 20th stationed at"'the Subic base
d newspaper and over the vessel's all the pigs and chickens which Human Meaning"To and at 1558 (3:58': p.m.) on volunteer their time periodicallyto
j radio and TV station."I made up the orphanage's small me the project was more Christmas Eve, all the money do odd jobs, such as painting
can't get over it," said farm. "This was a real blow to than collecting $25,000," says had been pledged. and upkeep of the grounds at the
t Chaplain George Witt. "I looked the kids," said Haaland. "They Seaman Tony Lapetina of "One of our aims," says orphanage. One of these is
1 at it as a challenge and everyoneon couldn't comprehend what had Brentwood, Long Island, New Chaplain Witt, "is to keep this Lieutenant Commander Jack
the ship was wondering if we happened." York. "Just look at the effort fund going,with hopes that it will Buffington. 'The 40-odd children
could do it," laughed the Navy "Some of the kids at the or- everyone went through on the grow and grow. Saratoga is just here are definitely in need of all
<;' chaplain. phanage lived for years on the ship-Catholic, Protestant, Jew- priming the pump for a bigger the assistance we.can give them.
i Chaplain Witt along with the banks of the river,"says Warrant Black and White. We showed the fund. I hope-the other ships can Some don't know who their
other Saratoga chaplain, Paul Officer Mike Saunders of Virginia project had human meaning." follow through with the fund our parents are while others have
l Everts sponsored the project. Beach, Virginia. "Others lived in The project had so much sailors established." been literally abandoned" says
t., "But the chaplains are not the rat-infested alleys of meaning, in fact that numerous Enable Expansion Buffington.
\ taking the credit for the drive," Olongapo and some don't even sailors on Saratoga have inquired "The money we're putting in Buffington pointed out that the
1 added Chaplain Witt. "All that have an inkling of who either about adopting an orphan. Also, will enable the orphanage to orphanage was founded seven
I t, was really needed was couple of their mother or father are." ten busses have been chartered to expand," adds Witt. "I'd like to years ago and is run now by three
guys to push.But instead we got a "These kids begged for money take close to 500 Saratoga sailors see a hundred kids being taken nuns. "The nuns are doing a
I couple of hundred." in the bars or used to swim for out to the orphanage during her care of." The orphanage tremendous job but need lots of
r Needed Assistance coins thrown to them in the next inport period. The sailors presently has room for only 40. assistance and money to. feed
The orphanageOlongapoBoys' river," depressingly adds Chief have volunteered to do paintingand "We want to get kids off the these kids".
1- Town and Girls' Home-is Warrant Officer John Dooley. other routine maintenance.The streets, out of the alleys and 'out "U you can pull this projectoff
located just a few miles from the Chaplains Witt and Everts said money that has been of the bars. we can really make a place
U.S. Naval base In Subic Bay on that in June just after Saratoga collected ($25,000)) will be placed The items and, of course, the out of Boys'Town-Girls' Home,"
the island of Luzon in the arrived in the Pacific they met a into a fund on'deposit in a Subic money is something the or- said Buffington before the
I Philippines. Tucked away bet- group of missionaries who each Bay bank. ,It will be used exclusively phanage was never even capableof campaign underway.. .
ween rolling hills; the orphanagewas described their different placesof for improvements and dreaming about. Prior con The idea that a contribution was
in dire need of assistance. work. Among the missionaries additions to an already existant tributions have been virtually nil an investment in a child was
_... ______ ----. ,..:..".., ,.,,--;;:::=,;:::;r--,rrNlMNlCHT stressed throughout the drive.

: &UULJIlI//IJ5Y COMPANY Publicity also emphasized that a
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kids smile" said one Saratoga
sailor after a visit to the or-

: FRG W @ phanage. "They'll remember the
+4 Saratoga 'for more than just
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JANUARY 18, 1973 -
JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER I PAGE J 17.,

All Was

Know Your 'Cargo !'

Not LostOne
Not Jon$ ago a military member unknowingly transported a pack.
of the most important ape containing hashish from one base to another On an international
piecesof evidence you need military flight. The discovery was made by an ,alert crew chief who
when you apply for social se.. detected( an unusual! odor em.anatin$: from the package. ";
curity retirement benefits is Investigation determined that the sender had given the packageto
proof of your age. a clew member: and asked him to take it to Blank Air Base.
But would you believe a Both individuals were in TDY status at the time, and the destinationof
50-pound tombstone? That's the parcel wan the bane at which both parties are permanently
what Robert Lee Terrell, of assigned The crew member believed the sender when he told him
Macon, Georgia, used to that the package contained personal environmental gear. Since the
prove his age. crew member knew the sender personally, he did not verify the
'
Mr. Terrell didn't have a contents of the package. Moreover, the crew member was not,certain
birth certificate or any of the but believed that he had previously taken packages to Blank AirBase
other usual records acceptedas for the sender.In .
evidence of age. So when this case an innocent pei'son was exploited successfully by a
drug abuser ,or trafficker. The possibility exists that others may be
he was told he would need
victimized by this modus operandi!!
proof of his
some age, he "
brought his mother's tomb- For your own: protection, investigate your: "cargo.

stone to the social security A

office. *
The tombstone showed 6 1
the 4 Y S1
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year of his mother's death,
proving: that Mr. Terrell
must have been at least 62 ,, ..
when he filed his claim. I \ I
When the people in the Robert Lee Terrell shows his 50-pound "birth certificate"his .a.'i
social security office asked mother's tombstone-to Eugene F, Cornelius, social ''i F
Mr. Terrell why he didn't security district manager at Macon Georgia SSt1I.S:1: iI
just bring a photograph of .
the tombstone, he replied: I \ \\f jkLk
"f; going
was to get a picture
but the person who was
going to take it was out of WANTEDNAVY
town,' so I just dug up the _
tombstone itself and broughtit t __ Ly _
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in.

Of course, most people WIVESPositions t1!.I ,
who apply for retirement .-- .a.:tI\,: ,,

benefits or Medicare cover- below are but a few of the many FEE PAID 20-YEAR ,PIN-Roger Hood receives. a: y0-Year 'Pin, ,from Rosie
age don't have to resort'to positions listed with our firm. If you 'have,,any secretarial. I Helow. 'Hood works In ,the Resources Management Accounting.
tombstones to prove their skills at all I,.or know someone who does, please get In touch Division.
'age. with us. Now I is the time to make a lob change.
The 'best proof is a birth

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established before your '
6th birthday,' and this: is Work for V. P.of Company. to use
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evidence 'Short Hand &Typing Department. .. ,,':' to'Uoo'. "
But ,if this, ,type: of ,' ' JI. -
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.security can accept other Three man office. Fun People.Typing Needed to$500
records such as .school records'census ), '::. preparers..,.
records, family GENERAL OFFICE:
Bible records, insurance pol- Light typing needed.Varied duties. to$450
icies, marriage certificates, 'INSTANT
and voting records.Don't The above but of alf
are a sample our J listings. Company pays
delay filing your our fees., We need applicants Please call. .
claim, though because you

age.don't The have people evidence in the of social your JIM KING AND ,ASSOCIATES 'TAX.. .I

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Looking For Pictures .d
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: Of Your Favorite Ship ? used' to' widiotit I a college I : educatio I Ir

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I Photographic Center or Coast Guard Headquarters.Navy cutivt '
qualify for*Tot of today's cx
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ships taken before Jan. 1, at $1.75 for the first print and '
1958 can be obtained from the $1.50 each for the second and
Archives at$2 each. Older photos third prints. a 6, 1 Y

,, of Coast Guard cutters, World Double weight, matte finish ait -
I War II and before, are also l1x14, 16x20 and 20x24 prints are ::: I I / I1 '
available from the Archives at available at $3.50, $4.75 and $6.50 .
the same price. each, respectively. The ft a colfcf aejfrta. Andthat*nay bt
Checks or money orders, made Photographic Center does not sell F. 1 lot easier than ybtithink-thrik: *to ,
payable to General Services color prints, but color transparencies I
Administration, should be sent to and negatives are fyK 'WiV v ;UvrExnriiitioii Program) \,

1 I. Cashier, Room 404, National available. Y / I
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I : 8th and Pennsylvania ,Ave. NW, parencies are $3.50 apiece;' 4x5 program sportiored bj llw''Colltlt
i, I | Washington, D.C. 20408. and 8x10 color transparencies are 'J&btitNT Entrance Examination_ B ard.: CUSP
i ; \ The Photographic Center offers $6.75 and $14 apiece; and 70 mm hAEENcY:; ,, 'u a 1
J more recent ship photos at $1.25 color negatives are $6 each. a / t lab a,7 s +,' aX
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third prints from the same thereof is $3. /
negative). Double weight 8x10 Checks or money orders, : j fli II J'1 1 1 I II

** matte finish prints are availableit payable to the Naval i ... CLEPifnettKpto> hieiur thU
Photographic Center, should be knowledge ahd.help yoij convert it _
it iti mailed to Commanding Officer, into Actual college credit. '
Naval Photographic Center, e. More thati 1 000 colleges and
Naval Station, Washington, DC Uiiliiirf iti i ttpW award academicQgediisqnGtjEP >
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t. Headquarters at $1 each ($2 1 iddvancemont,

s minimum order). Orders for How do I find out I more about it?
3, .cutter photos should be sent to o ,
Commandant (API), Room 8315,
,CGd CUP examinations are available
H i ir Headquarters, 400 7th St.
SW, Washington, D.C. 20590. USAF to servicemen and women on active
Checks should be ,made out to duty through the United
Collector, U.S. Coast Guard. States Armed Forces Institute,
If the photo desired is of a small Madison, Wisconsin 53713. For more information ,
i r, cutter, it is suggested that you contact your local education
i contact CGd Headquarters or the office.
HONORED AT FICEUR-SK2 Archives to see if it is available
i Richard A. Heimbaugh has been before mailing checks.All .
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NEW EEO COORDINATORS-Capt. A.J. Yates, NARF Commanding Officer, welcomes aboard
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Coordinator.Page(Second from Right). Also shown Is Mrs. Doris> H. Butts NARF's Federal Women's Program


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Fat Is Old FashionedHere's The United States Navy was
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INTERSTATE AT LANE AVE.
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periment floating flying
an amusing little exercise for you. On the count of one, fields.
hand. On two, reach down and
open your grasp your midsection. .
COLOR TV IN EVERY
Feel it? Just how much is down there? If you've found after grab- ROOM
bing hold of your belly that you've really got your hands full- SWIMMING POOL .
the conclusion is a simple one: YOU'RE FAT! No buts about it. COCKTAIL LOUNGE .
You're not just a bit on the fleshy side nor is that flabby gut of yours RESTAURANTMINATURE
just a thick layer of skin. That's lard,buddy. Good ole blubber, ,It's Value GOLF
for whales only. *
SHUFFLE BOARD .
Times used to be-60 or a million years ago-that rosy, plump WHOLESALE
bellies were in. Used to,be that it was thought to cure nerve and AND PLAYGROUND FOR THE KIDDIES
brain exhaustion. Used-to be that a woman without artificial Inflationary
devices would hide in the confines of her bedroom to cover Lr
her poor thin figure from the gaze of her spouse. Used to be in SPECIAL WEEKEND
Hawaii, a woman's beauty was measured by her own measurements.The EVER* |
plumpier and dumpier you were in those days, the more beauti DAY MILITARY RATES
ful you were. Queen Liliokalani tipped the scales at over 200 t* .(SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. )
pounds. A real beaut. SUNDAY
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'ago and today is now. Today if you weigh more than you should, CALL 786-0500 FOR INFORMATION ( i iA
people don't call you beautiful."They call you fatty. Behind your

back.What Pi Ui) i YUUPSL I } RAM ADA. INNS J
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,over:the 'years,- began to realize that all that blubber wasn't actually iIiIi YOtiE LOA::>T Tu LUA':::>T
protecting your body or your organs or anything for that mat-
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DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JANUARY ,22, 19731 ..
Game NightJax

Applications for Nominations to the BOARD OF _DIRECTORS and CREDIT COMMITTEE.

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BASKETBALLThe
Cecil Field All Stars took ((536,179-198)); Ed Smith ((533,189199) teams. Rosters may not be
the floor for the first time this ); George MacLeod who? changed after the start of an
I season as a unit and turned back ((527, 182-190); Joe Kordek ((522, entry's first match. Personnel Np.eA
the scrappy Mayport quintet 68 186-188); Steve Azcueta ((522- entered on a roster must be
I 200)); Don Meyer ((519, 173-181)); permanently assigned to the
56.Mayport enjoyed a 31 30 lead Glen Hurst ((515-182)); Orlando unit-command. '
at the intermission, but the Rivera ((515, 188-171); Dan Participants will be required to
Raiders,behind Gill's 25 counters Ponthieuz (514-222); Dave furnish their own equipment, e.
.. and fantastic defense work Donditt (512-192); Hal Briden- e., shoes, white jerseys and
gradually pulled away from stine ((508, 173-182)); Don Schultz gloves. Handballs will be fur
Mayport.Gill not only triggered a (508, 186-170)); Walt Jacobs (503- nished by the host command. k N
scoring splurge, but also blocked 185)) and Bob Samu (SOl, 180-177). Awards: Trophies will be
8 shots and virtually dominated Standings: awarded to the top two singlesand
r the boards. Marines 5030 to the winning doubles team
;a Robinson also chipped in 17 CPO's 48V4 -31% and runnersup.Unitscommands.
; points for the Raiders.High point AIMD 4832 desiring to
;; ,honors went to Mayport's 6' 2" VA-45 '4733 enter participants in this tour- ,
\',' .Taylor who dazzled Cecil Field NWSED 4634 nament are requested to submit
:: with his pinpoint outside shooting BOQ 4634 written notification of entries not
N'. and driving layups. Taylor Weapons 41% -38V4 later than 1 February fo the

,I ,finished.the game with 33 points. Medical =3743 Tournament Director, Code 902, : .
Other members of coach Don CLAW-1 =3743 NAS, Cecil Field. The letter of
:' Sumner's Raiders are: C. Admin 3644 entry should include the following
.-' c Johnson, Appleton, McGhee, Fall's Folding 33% -46% information: Estimated time of
:&; ,Banks, Williams, Merdrum, Special Services 3347 arrival, mode of transportation,
't, Stancil, Frisby, Walker, Easley. Communications '31 -49 name of officer in charge, berthing
W." ,Johnson and Terrell. 'AIMD No..2 .27% -52% and messing required for .
? Don't forget the big basketball HANDBALL officer and enlisted and a roster
Reguardlcss of the recent cool Weather Jacksonville has been
experiencing
}. tournament coming up this Cecil Field will host the with full name, rank-rate and
Michele Carey continues her swimming exercises at the
weekend. The first game will be COMFAIRJAX Handball. social security numberiooo /
.. local pool,as she is a firm believer in physical fitness.
played Friday evening. Tournament, 5 through: 9 '
:', BOWLINGCONATIONAL February.The Hours
LEAGUE: The tournament will be con-
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.>t.. /.ito. a slim 1V4 game.lead over. the 'Basis, governed,by the AU four LoggedLT + r
2nd place CPOs,who In turn,lead wall handball rules of 1972-1973..

:'t ,< 3rd place AIMD by V game. The Participants should come prepared Jack GILLETT, Administrative
;.;:(f. top keglers last week'were: Paul to play on the first day of Officer for f 1
;;,: Conaway ((585, 170-180-235); John the tournament. Each team will ATKRON 105, has passed a
Craver (560, 194-187-179)); John be limited to four players, Jour, milestone his Naval career. He

Nagel ((539, 183-203)); Walt Ball singles entries and two double was recently awarded an -. .

engraved cup from LTV com- ,
memorating 1000 hours in the A7
CORSAIR II. LT GILLETT, a
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Intramural Basketball COMMUNICATIONS HALTS STANDINGS Record Falls to 5-8 .

resumed action last week after a NAIUAX AMERICAN LEAGUE Jax The Jax NaVY 11.
two week holiday layoff and in Communications W L
built a 32- Fliers basketball team
up This weekend the
Fliers
first the VP-45 7 0
the game of new year 17 lead at halftime but
VP-45 knocked Medical from the escaped with a 63-60 win barely NDRC 6 0 dropped their record to will meet the Cecil Field
unbeaten ranks with a 92-76 win. NarJax when Canfield and over Ab- MEDICAL > 5 1VP24 five wins and eight losses team at the Cecil Field

Both teams went into the game bott found the range in the second 3 2 last weekend when they Gym at 2 p.m. on Sunday
with perfect records but only VP45's half. MATSG .2 3 fell victims to the Glynco for one game. The two
remained intact at the VW-4 2 4
end Canfield
as scored all
17 of his team. '
Delk led the Pelicans to victory points in, the second half and AIR OPS 1 5 games the Fliers \
with 30 points. His totals were Abbott scored 10 of his 15 in an FICEUR 'I 5 In their first meeting originally had scheduled .,:
complimented by Pruett's 17, effort that just fell short of AIMD :0 5 Glynco had four men in for this weekend with
Malloy's 15 and Bell's 12.Johnson VP-16 0 0 Patrick Air
bringing NarJax back to victory. double figures as they Force Base
and Douglas were high for Thomas was high man for NATIONAL handled the Fliers with were canceled. ;
Medical with 23 points apiece. NarJax with 19 while Schiendeland LEAGUE
NDRC DOWNS AIR OPS Hergenrother picked 15 ease, 8565. Scott had 18,
NDRC also kept it's unbeaten and 12, respectively, for up the W L Alcaraz 14, Johnson 14 and
streak alive in the American winners. HAWKS 7 0 Sims 13 for the winners. bkth

League when they sent Air Ops NATTC EDGES PUBLIC VP-5 COMMUNICATIONS 6 1 Mark Warner had 15 and defects
down to defeat with an 83-69 win. WORKS HOSPITAL 6 2 Mike Luchi 14 for Jax. '
Air Ops kept it close in the first NATTC overcame PublicWork's 4 3 are
half the two teams PUBLIC WORKS 3 4 The second game saw
as went to 12 point lead at halftimeto MARINE .forever
their dressing rooms tied at 38-38. start off the new year with a NATl'C BARRACKS 2 4 more defense than offense
Luchi and Poole poured it on in come-from-behind 69-68 win. It MARTD 1 5 displayed by both teams
the second half however and Air was NATTC's first win of the NARJAX 0 0 5 5 but the edge went to unless you help.
Ops lost their fourth game of the season in six tries.
Glynco and the Fliers
season.In their second half surge Mette was the big man for the
Luchi scored 18,of his 33 points winners with 25 points while dropped their eighth game
and Poole scored his entire total Mohr picked up 17 and Guilley 11. by a 65-54 score. Scott and 4t he
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Jennifer Fitzpatrick Leads Swimmers .

I JAX SPORT BRIEFS I

With Three First Place FinishesJax
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OFFICE MOVES Golf Association's' (CGA) next Ten-year-old. Jennifer Jacqui Brennock placing second Bergstrom, Pam Kangas and
Jax The NAS Jax Athletic tournament will be held at the NS Fitzpatrick led the Navy Jax in freestyle and third in the IM. Kathy Guthrie. "
Office has moved from its officein Mayport Golf Course January 20-( swimmers to a strong showing in Teams that participated in the
Bldg. 704. The new location is 21. All members are Invited to their third Winter Developmentmeet Eight-year-old John Brennock Navy Jax Swim Team's Third
In the north wing of Rosendahl participate. Tee-off times will be held at the NAS Jax'Indoor led the boys efforts to match the Winter Development Meet were
Pool last weekend when she girls feats with first place ribbonsin the Savannah J.C.'s Martin
Gym (Bldg. 513)) and the phone between 11 a.m. and 12 noon on won ,
number remains Ext.3239. each day. first place ribbons in the 50 the eight and under group and County Swim Association, Vero
freestyle, 50 backstroke and the thirds in the 10-and-under Beach Swim Association, White
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RECREATION COMMITTEEMEETING
1 100-yard individual Medley. backstroke and IM. Kevin Dolphins of St. Augustine,
The CGA's last tournamentwas Nickens added a third in the ROCOA of Cocoa Beach,
Jax There will be a NAS held at the Green Acres Golf Patti Milewski,always a strong eight-and-under IM and Jacob Carraway Athletic Club, Fer-
j Composite Recreation Committee Club on December 28. The win- contender in the Senior girls Danner placed second in the. nandina Beach Swim
'1 Meeting at 1:30: p.m. ners were as follows: 1st flight division, won first in the 200 Senior division 200 breast event. Association, Good Shepherd
today, January 18, in Conference Edgar Smith (1st), D. Koljeski(2nd breaststroke, second in the 50 Not winning ribbons but Swim Team and the Halifax
Room No. 1 of Bldg. 1. All ( ), Bill Geiger ((3rd); 2nd free and 100 free events and thirdin placing in the top six in their Swim Association.The .
members or alternates are Flight Mack Williams ((1st), the 100 backstroke. Second events were: Carla Glaraton Navy Jax Swim Team is
requested to be present. Roger Hess ((2nd), Jerre McBride place ribbons in this division Brian Mason, Katherine Bishop, open to any child who wants to
GOLF ORGANIZATIONAL (3rd); 3rd Flight Carl Reiter went to Judi Milewski and Susan Scott and Connie Baltes, Becky swim competitively. For information
MEETINGJax ((1st), R. Davis (2nd) and Sol Fitzpatrick.The McHenry, Bobby Conwell, Robin contact Pat Kangas at

An organizational McClendon ((3rd). eicht-and-under_ _girls saw O'LearY.." Winfred Taylor.r Patti 264-6084..
meeting for the upcoming In-
tramural Golf season was held
yesterday. If you did not have a .

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plan to compete, call the (to ) :

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As a reminder to all you :4'' I I r fishing enthusiasts, the Power -
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means there is still plenty of time
to enter and win one of the many +M
prizes. If you haven't already
entered and would like to, call
Fred Barncord at 771-5403 or
Marty Foster at 7717948.

HANDBALL TOURNAMENTJax

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military personnel attached to I I r
ComFairDetJax are eligible to '
participate. Deadline for entriesis \ ? ,.-
February 1 and notification /
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must be forwarded to Tom 4 I !
McGuckin, athletic director at g' r
Cecil Field. For more Information : %
498. call McGuckin at Ext.

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