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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 25, 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. 43 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, k e( Florida JANUARY 25. 1973

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Mayor Thanks NAS Jax ) ,



: For Helping City's NeedyJaxJacksonville "I ,,



Mayor Hans G. Tanzler, Jr. has thanked NAS Jax personnel
for making Christmas brighter for the city's needy families.In .

said:a letter sent to Captain William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, Mayor Tanzler : i2iL


"The deep concern shown by you and members of your staff to tenants of
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Jacksonville's public housing during Christmas is just another indication to us ,.

that some of this community's finest citizens are from the Naval Air Station. ,").
"We in the city, the Department of Housing and Urban Development and

especially those families who benefited from your generosity are deeply ap

preciative. e
"We are still hearing the heartfelt thanks from families who were given food, \

toys and clothing during the party held for them at NAS." Jt t.t t-
In addition to the letter from Mayor Tanzler, several other letters of ap- :

preciation have been received from local officials and organizations thanking the .jJ
Navy for its help to the civilian community, both at Christmas and throughoutthe \'
rest of the year as well. tI
Capt. Sizemore, in turn, extends his most sincere appreciation to all station I\

i.. personnel, both military and civilian, for their specific acts of kindness and help JI

for the less fortunate children, families individuals. of the local community \
!' during the Holiday season.
;' It is this thoughtfulness and concern for fellow citizens and neighbors during

". times of seasonal stress, as well as throughout the year, that gives the Navy here ti

M1 /::4 its position of esteem as being a "good\neighbor," he said. . '
k -.>. ,. fejw : . EIGHT MONTHS.before becoming President, Lyndon B. Johnson .."I
., .: WV \ =* ** 1H : ",t visited.NAS JaxrTti*;:Nation's;34th, President died Monday?"at the age "
,;" -v'Pe t"lca'ns..vBacTf1t: .:Jax l\est"*r *:-* of 64,*. I

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ar ; ':.:. "Pelicans" of VP-45. More Early Outs .'

When Crews 21,22. and 32 While based in the Azores, exercises and presently sport a .
returned from Lajes, Azores on the VP-45 detachments were total of eight "Alpha" crews. ''I
. :', ",. Tuesday, it was the first time the commanded by OIC's LCdr R.F. For the VP-24 crews, .the Jax-The following items highlight this week's Navy News: i
;l. ... squadron had been intact since Dononeo and LCdr.J.D.Piccioni. reunion with families and Florida Early Outs Expanded
CNO has announced the expansion of the General Early Release
sunshine welcome
" early July due to the P-3C Surveillance missions ac- were a change
transition in Patuxent River,Md. counted for the majority of flight from the.heavy flight operationsand Program for Navy enlisted personnel. ,: I
and the detachments during hours logged, but the Pelicans dismal weather of the The program was first promulgated last November in CNO NAVOP :
202-72. All provisions of that message remain in effect, with one.
,..'' December and January. also took part in several ASW Azores.I change. :

Enlisted members whose EAOS falls In March, and were scheduled t f
'""t '.. : :. ..';_... .. for. release no later than Feb. 10, will now be out no later than ;'
tomorrow. j#
Personnel scheduled for release in May are to be out no later than E tL
NA YJ Feb.2,and those whose date falls in June will be released by March 2. .n :
Amplifying information is contained in CNO NAVOP 1273.
Uniform Regs Clarified '.
The Navy Uniform Board ,has 'reiterated the regulations for the
wearing of the new enlisted uniform by First Class Petty Officers. '
The topcoats,bridge coats or raincoats worn by officers and CPO'j:
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peacoat are proper wear with the new uniform.' 1
Tropical or service dress khaki uniforms are also not authorized for :,:
\ First Class or below. .f.
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\. / Members who purchase the new uniform are'reminded that they
must acquire at least one set of straight-leg trousers, as the flared
version will not be authorized for inspection wear. i .(
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u Medical Care Reminder I)
SECNAV has reminded all active duty Navy personnel to use .\
Federal, rather than civilian, health care facilities for regular
{ i. medical and dental care, when government facilities are available. 4.
The Secretary pointed out in ALNAV 5-73 that the Navy is receiving .
an increasing number of claims for civilian health care obtained in
areas where federal facilities-Navy, Army;Air Force, Public Heath
Service or Veterans Administration medical activities-could have I
been used.
The Navy cannot pay these claims for non-emergency treatment, :
and the Naval member remains personally liable for the costs. 1|
The Navy will pay for use of civilian facilities if it is an emergency r>:
THE WAITING ENDS for one of VP-4J'crews and their famlllts as the"Pelicans" return home to situation in whichthereis no time to get the Navy member to a Federal lj

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Asparagus Tips Buttered

I : il"; ;;;; ; ''. : Eggs BREAKFAST to Order,Hot Scrambled Oatmeal Eggs Fried, Vegetables Krlnkle Cookies Salad, Lemon Bar,Layer Chocolate Mixed Cake.

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. Juice, Pastry Bar. BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits. rn woow
Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried
Friday. Jan. 26 Vegetabl s. Salad Bar Martha BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Cream of Eggs
BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple Washington Cream Pie, Brownies. Potato Soup, Grilled Veal Steaks, to Order Baked Corn Beef Hash, Soft
Juice Fried Eggs to Order Scram. SANDWICH LINE : Chili Dogs, French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, or Hard Boiled Eggs, Choice of Baconor
Pork ,
bled Eggs w-Cheese, Choice of Baconor Potato Chips, Salad Bar Chopped Gravy, Pastry Bar, Salad Bar, Bar. Slices Corn Bread Pastry
Ham Lyonnaise Potatoes Onions, Dessert Bar. Strawberry Short Cake, Peanut NAVAL AIR STATION
Creamed Dried Beef Pastry Bar. SUPPER : Stuffed Pork Chops, Butter Cookies. Meat DINNERMlnestrone: Soup, Baked
DINNER: Pepper Pot Soup, Salmon Brown Gravy Rice Pilaff Ap. SUPPER : Southern Style Fried Ala Loaf w.Brown Gravy Turkey PROTESTANTSunday
Cakes or Meat Loaf w-Gravy Baked plesauce, Creamed Style Corn. Chicken, Gravy Whipped Potatoes, King Baking Powder Biscuits,
Lyonnaise
Macaroni w-Cheese Au Gratin Seasoned Brussels Sprouts, Salad Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Peas, Hot Potatoes Boiled Navy
Cauliflower, Buttered Mixed Bar, Brownies Butterscotch Puddina. Spiced Beets, Bread Dressing, Salad Beans Buttered Broccoli, Salad Bar Divine Worship 8:30 a.m
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Cherry Pie
I Bar Peanut Butter Cookies, Sugar Cookies. E at All Saints Chapel.
Strawberry Short Cake. SANDWICH LINE: Chill Dogs = Church School 9:30 a.m.DlvineWorshiptla.m.at.
Sunday Jan. 28 Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped

JAC AIR: NEWS BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Onions.SUPPER Dessert Bar. E All Saints Chapel.
Chilled Pineapple Juice Fried Eggsto Natural : Pan Roast of Beef = Junior Youth Fellowship =
Order, Cheese Omelet, CfiQice of Gravy Snowflaked Potatoes 12:30 p.m. Senior Youth
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Sausage or Bacon Home Fried Seasoned Green Beans, Hot Spiced E Fellowship 1:30 p.m.
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Beets
Salad
Potatoes, Bar Coconut Cream ,
Pie
Pastry Bar.
distributed
each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station. BRUNCH at 10a.m. Angel Food Cake. E Evening Worship 7:30
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Jacksonville Florida oy the Holt Publishing Company. a Fried Ham Steaks, French Pea Soup Fried, E p.m. at the Small Chapel.

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Potatoes, Baked Beans, Pastry Bar. Wednesday,Jan. 31 = Tuesday
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office. Box 2. NAS Lemon Meringue Pie, Chocolate BREAKFAST' Cooked Farina, Fried Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. Cookies. Eggs to Order Home Fried Potatoes p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
News items SUPPER: Roast Beef Au Jus, Brown Choice of Pork Sausage or Luncheon Christian Science Service 8
are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 Gravy Parsley Buttered Potatoes, Meat, Creamed Dried Beef Hot p.m. at the Small Chapel.
or 3119. Seasoned Green Beans, Buttered Biscuits Chilled Orange Juice Pastry
S Squash, Salad Bar, Chocolate Cookies, Bar. NAVAL HOSPITAL
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Strawberry Jello.Monday.. DINNER: Vegetable Soup Grilled Divine Worship 10 a.m. at
available for purchase. use or patronage without regard to ,Jan. 29 Texas Steaks, Mushroom Gravy St.-Lukes.
race, creed color national origin' or sex of the purchaser BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato Baked Potatoes w-Sour Cream NATTCProtestant
user, or patron. A confirmed violaticn or rejection of this Juice, Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Buttered Brussels Sprouts Cream Worship
Order, Style
Fruit Corn
Cocktail Salad
Hot Cakes, Bar Sugar Cookies. Service, 10:30 a.m. in
';': policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result 'in the Baked Pork & Beans, Choice of Pork Cherry Pie.SUPpERS. Building 500.
: refusal to print advertising from that source." Sausage or Luncheon Meat, Pastry
Bar. Barbecued Frankfurters
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries DINNER:" Creole Soup, Pan Roast of Fried Fish Sticks w-TarW sauce CATHOLICSaturday

concerning such should be directed to: Pork, Snowflaked Potatoes, Chilled Cauliflower French Fried Potatoes, Buttered Mass S p.m. at
Apple Juice Mexican Corn, Brown Seasoned Lima Deans St. Edward's Chapel.
"." THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Gravy Buttered Spinach. Salad Bar salad Bar, Sugar Cookies Lime Jello. Sunday Mass a.m. and 11

:,1tr 47476an Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Lemon Pudding. Layer Cake, Pineapple Thursday, Feb. 1 a.m.Tuesday Dally Thursday Mass-Monday andFrlday.11 ,

Telephone 388.2755 SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham 8. DINNER: Southern Fried Chicken. :30 a.m. Wednesday at
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cream ;
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Potato Chips. Rice SouP. Chapel.
the Naval Hospital
Salad Bar Relish Tray Dessert Whipped Potatoes Cranberry Sauce
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.25, 1973 JAX, ,AIR NEW.LATWINGER! ,AGE 3 ..
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"Name the Disco" contest sure the eligible patron's name,
,.,Jax The regular meeting of
NWCA Jax 86 was held Jan. 17 at kicks off today with a $100 charge unit and phone number are listed
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account at the O'Club waiting for. for identification.
the clubhouse with Mrs. ThomasJ.
the winner. The slides needed for
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presiding. The contest rules are simple: show to be presented in the

Monthly committee reportswere 1. The winner must be an discotheque through three
1 given with donations being eligible Officers Club patron. continuously operating projec
voted for the Jacob Morris 2. The name submitted must tors.Pictures
Medical Center, the Christian denote a "nautical disco" theme. of auto or cycle races,
Appalachian Project, children's 3. All entries must be receivedat sports events, girls, aircraft,
books for the NATTC Library and the club by Sunday, Feb. 4. travel attractions, ships, bathing ;
pictures for the intensive care frii Entries will be judged by a beauties and other interesting
unit at the Naval Hospital.In T committee from the O'Club subjects are greatly needed. 1
addition,Jax 86 will again be Advisory Group and the winner If you have slides you feel will
sponsoring a team in the Navy will be announced early. in be suitable and you wish to
Ortega Lakeshore Little League. February. donate to the Club, please mark
The members also took a SERVICEMAN OF THE MONTH-AK1 Nicholas Ochoco receives a Entry blanks are available at the envelope "Slides for the
f donation for the NWCA plaque from Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax skipper, for being the Club or the name can be O'Club" and drop them off at the
Scholarship Fund to the Dixie selected NAS Jax Serviceman of the Month for December. submitted to the Club by mail. Be Officers Club.

Area Council Meeting hosted by
Glynco 179 on Jan. 19.
Chaplain Benard Blasich will Did you ever wonder? What it there. or in'the Cummer of little productions and activities.

install the new club officers in a would be like to crawl into a Gallery or the Jacksonville Art The Museum also offers classes .

x candlelight ceremony scheduled rabbit hole. or how you'd look Museum. and programs for preschool .
Jan. at the
for Saturday, 27,
Catholic Chapel. Awards and as a silent screen star: Or wh t. children all the way to adults. "

'1 announcement of committee happens when a star, falls. And Come into anyone of our Banks And you'll enjoy the shopping

chairmen will be made at a how the Seminoles lived?? and open a savings account corner, with gifts from all over
dinner dance at the CPO Club .
for add
$100, or $100 to your presthe world.
following the installation ser
If f wonder. love
vices. you ever or ent savings account. We'll enrollto

Monday afternoon, NWCA watch a child wonder you: I you for a six-month individual We hope your membership will

t Southeast Regional President belong in the Children's Museum. membership. open up a new world for you. .
r Mary Cayton will conduct a The'Atlantic Banks and children know.
help some
workshop at the clubhouse for all put you you .
NWCA members in the area. As a member of the Children's

t -Topics to be discussed include: Museum, you'll receive mailings o t..

i t(' Membership; Your Club that bring good news of puppet .' .... -:.
and
Meeting; Projects; Charity '
I Ways and Means. ,'., shows, planetarium i shows) art ir \: 'l '.
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,\.: Mrs. William G. Sizemore and exhibits, and. a delightful series .f' e" :.f,
Mrs.William J.Vaught,sponsors '
of the club,will hold a coffee Jan. .

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ADJ3 D. Milan, AZ3 J.J. Collins and AE3
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Big Chief Say: recently named "Sailor of the ;
CDR Robert J. Kelly, Executive Officer of Attack Squadron Month" for the month of :
Seventy.Two,recently presented certificates advancements to five November from VA-174.u :
r THIS BEST BUY Bluehawks. The men are from left to right.-Cdr.R.J.Kelly, AMS2 B.D.
Garrett,AMS3 T.N. Dodd,ADJ2 C.R. Bucasas,AMS2 J.L. Leggett and .1
AME2 S.W. Bailey.
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PERFORMANCE

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accounted for. Present for the

Special SERVICEMEN ceremony was his wife Roberta.

This Week
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W All other sizes Plus F.E.T. WW ThATYOU HAVE COME TO KNOW AND TRUST HONDA :
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Retirement Proposal Outlined'jl

... -
EDITORS NOTE : The Information "This transition provision is provided for the fist time to all
in the following article based on the amount of time an members, officer and enlisted,
was taken from remarks made individual spends under today's who voluntarily leave active duty

recently by Ljeutenant GeneralLeo relatively competitive pay after 10, but before 20 years of \
E. Benade, U.S. Army, scales. The more time a memberhas service.
Deputy Assistant Secretary: of spent under the competitiveactive "The new plan also provides an .
Defense for Military Personnel duty pay scales, the more equity payment and read- ,:
Policy. the effect of the new plan. Only justment pay for the first time to ''I

4'n f d py "The Department of Defense new entrants are fully under the all enlisted members and some "'

proposals to change the non. new plan. officers who voluntarily leave
disability retirement active duty after 5, but before 20,
system "Included
in the proposal is a years of service. '
support our personnel save-pay provision that "Thousands of'service
management goals and are guarantees equity to members
members will benefit from the .
..
required as a result of the sub. presently on active duty. Today's provision of increased
stantial reallocation of resources levels
of retirement
pay The increases
multipliers. multiplier
within the compensation systemto represents the floor. No one in the by three percent for each _,
provide servicemen with
future
a will
receive less.
year after 24, rather than the I
greater level of now.
pay "Most individuals present two and one-half percent. ,\
SPEAKING UP FOR GOD-Participants at the NATTC Chapel presently on Some enlisted members
Program's conference "Let me cite what I believe are active duty who will retire at a 23,000 "
on evangelism and discipleship talk about their and about officers
faith and how to share it with others. the primary advantages of the future date will, in fact, receive 14,000
active stand to
presently on duty
proposed retirement system. significantly more in retired pay. :..
benefit from this I
provision. +
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There is a gradual transition to .
NATTC Chapel Program full implementation of the plan "Next, the plan avoids the "And most important, the j I
spanning more than 20 burden of a contributory recently enacted Survivor '\
years retirement system. Further, Benefit Plan provides increased

Gives Evangelism A Try "Members with 20 or more eligibility for 20-year retirementwith survivor protection at low cost.
years of service at the time of an immediate annuity is The Survivor Benefit Plan offers
Jax The NATTC Chapel the Conference, the highlight of ,implementation of the new retained in the new plan. increased survivor protection at "

Program was expanded,Jan. 12- the weekend came Sunday afternoon system are minimally affected.In "The plan,contains some new no cost to members of active duty
I 14 to include a conference on when they were fact, members on active duty and needed improvements in the with 20 or more years of service,
evangelism and discipleship.The challenged to show their faith to with less than 20 years are only areas of equity and readjustment and the low cost significantly
seminars and workshops their own friends and classmates. partially affected. payments. An equity payment is increases the value of retired pay"
emphasized Christian for those members who retire.

discipleship in everyday life with --falatailst---> ----- .

topics chosen for their practicality I 1c NORMANDY STARTS ,f.tc
and relevance.The e FRIDAYS I
7il 2331 -/ JAN.26thIN
instructors, experienced
I _Normandy Mad *
Navy personnel from Mayport, Family Restaurant I 1 9 Normandy Blvc t;

presented Cecil'Field lectures and and person-to-NATTC, I a SKIPPERS TREAT I ,

person"Daily instruction in Meditation"such topicsas ii 0FISH SANDWICH I I:

"Scripture Memory", "How to e
; BUY ONE FOR 49
Pray" and "Sharing Your I FREE Expires I .I

.. Faith." I AND GET ONE... Jan Jtst 1K
Not all was work, however. I 0
Saturday afternoon was I WITH THIS COUPON I
Good Only at 6238103rd STREET PHONE 771-0855
spent in athletics with 1549S. LANE AVENUE
four teams L I
competing against ------.asa--lata'.w4 -
each other in touch football while .- ..'.. ,
other teams competed involleyball

t LEARN TO FLYIntroductory
Practical J7
application of the ,
principles of Christian F 11 1ED
evangelism was applied on LessonFREE $ I
FAA APPROVED
4'NOONE
Saturday afternoon Teams of
men shared their faith in the COMMERCIAL PRIVATE Every Way UNDER IoMitti I/ /
NATTC barracks while others o
MULTI-ENGINE They Do It 1
talked to men in Galley One and INSTRUMENT f INSTRUCTOR
For Limited A Whole New Ball Game!
Navy Exchange restaurants.For VA APPROVED Time
many of the 75 persons at COURSES AVAILABLE Only


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This transmission has been rebuilt by the licensed "

... INTERSTATE 10 AT LANE AVE. AAMCO Dealer issuing this certificate, utilizing the, 4.
AAMCO "CAR OWNERSHIP" Assembly Set This '

COLOR TV IN EVERY ROOM certificate guarantees the transmission and torque
.
.. SWIMMING POOL converter (if your car has a torque converter) against
Saving up to make your COCKTAIL LOUNGE failure of material and workmanship. It will be K

., dreams a reality can be RESTAURANTMINATURE honored by any licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealerfor

pretty frustrating. You try. GOLF ', '. as long as you own this car, provided that it is
to figure out a way to delivered to any licensed AAMCO Transmission
: : '. tighten belt little SHUFFLE BOARDs
your a
'. Dealer in the United States annually for service within
without pinching too hard. AND PLAYGROUND FOR THE KIDDIES
' 30 days of the Service Date indicated below. The
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Lr charge for annual service is $13.75 payable at the .
sensible solution and
you
end up figuring no dream SPECIAL WEEKEND time of service, and it covers the replacement of ;;

is worth all that frettingand MILITARY RATES transmission fluid and all preventive adjustments.
FREE TOWING no extra charge .ONE DAY SERVICE A
worry. I
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Bonds. Easy to buy. CALL 786-0500 FOR INFORMATION AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS
and one of the easiest waysto

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!It, Civilian Menu oeabee

(.
londayJan.29 Wednesday,Jan.31 ira Queen
;;' Chicken Noodle Soup, Bean Soup, Vegetable Beef
.:: Macaroni and Ham Augratin, Stew' with Rice, Stuffed Pork
'
." Brisket of Beef with Cabbage, Chops,Breaded Veal Cutlets with
Fried Chicken, 7oz. Chopped Brown Gravy, 7oz. Chopped 1ti SoughtJaxThe
Sirloin, Baked Fish. Sirloin, Mackeral Patties.
French Fried Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes,
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Seabees

Gravy, Spinach, Beets, Corn. Gravy, Green Lima Beans, Peas, ti k for a Queen to reign are looking
Chef Salad Bowl,Tossed Salad, Zucchini and Tomatoes. over the
combined CEC
-Seabee
Combination Salad, Plain Jello, Chef Salad Bowl,Tossed Salad, Ball,
scheduled for March 2
Fruit Jell, Plain Cottage Combination Salad, Plain Jello, Robert Meyer Hotel. at the
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage
Fruit Cup, Waldorf Salad, Potato Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Any CEC officer or group VIII
enlisted man attached to
Salad. Fruit Cup, Cucumber Mix, CBU-
",( Apple Pie, Devil Food Cake, Health Salad. 410, RCMB-14, NAS Cecil Field,
.; I Almond Cream Pie, Assorted Cherry Pie, Layer Cake, Egg NAVSTA Mayport or NAS Jax
and its tenant activities
may
Puddings. Custard Pie, Assorted Puddings.
submit nomination.The .
TuesdayJan.30 Thursday,Feb.1 a
Vegetable Soup, Pan Roast Tomato Soup, Macaroni and Jay Beasley candidate must be over 18
Beef with New Potatoes, Chicken Meat Sauce, Liver with Onions, and a wife, 'daughter, sister or
Pan Pie, Breaded Pork Steaks Meat Loaf with, Brown Gravy, girl friend of the sponsor.
with Apples, 7oz. Chopped 7oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. The judging committee will bea
1 Sirloin, Fish.French French Fried Potatoes, 'Mr. P-3' Visits VP24Jax representative selection of
:Fried Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes, Rice and officers and enlisted personnelof

J Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Great Northern Beans, participating units.
I Gravy, Blackeyes, Turnip Baked Egg Plant, Fried Cab Mr. Jay Beasley, long known as "Mr. P-3" Nominations should be sent to
/ Greens, Stewed Tomatoes. bage. himself, has completed a week of refined training of VP- UTC J.W. Dickenson, CBU-410,
Chef Salad Bowl,Tossed Salad, Friday, Feb.2 24 pilots and flight engineers. NAS Jacksonville by Feb. 9.

Combination Salad, Plain Jello, Turkey Gumbo, Stuffed Pep- Beasley has been associated with the P-3 "Orion" The following information
Fruit Jello Plain pers with Creole Sauce, Turkey
Cottage should be included with
since its in Burbank California and
conception
was one
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, with Dressing, Country Steaks candidate's
f Fruit Cup, Carrot and Raisin, with Yellow Rice, Trout of the original Lockheed test pilots. He has since accumulated nominations relationship: to sponsor,name age,,
Almondine, 7oz. Chopped Sirloin. hours and in the
Lettuce Wedges. over 5,800 14,500 landings home address, home phone,
I' ? Peach Cobbler, Coconut Cake, Lemon Meringue Pie, aircraft. special interests, name and'rank '

'f ( Chocolate Puddings. Cream Pie, Assorted Pie Strawberry, Assorted Short Puddings.Cake, Apple Acknowledged to be the foremost authority on the P-3, or rate of sponsor, sponsor'scommand

he visits each Patrol Squadron on both coasts annually, ,sponsor's address and \

II NEW TO THE BASE? enabling them to benefit from his knowledge and ex a size recent). picture (at least. wallet ''
The visits
perience. are a cooperative program between For additional information, 1

I ) your J@IllIll@P2lIlIll@1P@JilIiIl2 Lockheed and the Navy. call 772-3385. j

{ While at VP-24, morning discussions and afternoon i!
-
can provide additional funds flights helped sharpen the Batmen's flying skills and Save Two SolesJaxSomebody's

: ; Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your brought them up to date on the aircraft's latest ad- j

I money needs are handled the way you want them been }
Call in-we'll do the rest.
or come
missing a pair of well
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I f 5 'DOMESTIC' FINANCE vances.:1 traveled suede shoes J'

:\"a r (about size 8)) since
I CORPORATION SINCE 1HT
Tuesday Jan. 17. \
LOANS TO tSOO ,
I \ 8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOKWILSON \
( Jax-The following is a reportof Reckless driving 0 How they found their
motor vehicle accidents and Going through stop sign 6
I traffic violations for the period of Other Violations 39 way to the middle of the
Jan 8-14 Twenty three drivers appeared readjust north of Bldg. 110

I Pdwtioc before the Traffic Hearing Boardon is anybody's guess, but
Number of Accidents Jan 18.Disposition of the cases they were apprehended by
This Period a year ago 7 included the following: One lost
j 100% GUARANTEED USED CARS M.D. McWilliams before
driving and parking privileges
I'f f 72 PONTIAC CATALINA= 71 DODGE POLARA 4dr.l Total accidents this year 11 aboard the station; ten were they could wander any

{ BRGH 4dr.H.T., Cameo H.T., Regency Blue with Blue Total accidents through this assigned to complete an eight- further. ..

White with Dark Green Vinyl Vinyl top & Blue Interior, period last year 15 hour course in remedial Driving; The owner can claim the .
; top, equipped with P.S.P. equipped with P.S., P.B., Total number of days since last nine teen received suspensions;
; I B.auto transmission, air auto trans, air cond, & radio.| I Ir injury in a motor vehicle two were given warnings; none shoes by calling Mc r
r cond & P.W. Priced to go at Only 16,000 miles accident 26 were dismissed; two were fined Williams at 772-3552.
1 lust Number days since an injury (U.S. Magistrate) and 13 were The Jax Air News .
: 3295 2395 last.year at this time 205 referred to commanding officersfor suggests the owner bring

This Number of Violations possible disciplinary action. along a leash to control his
Period
{ I 72 PONTIAC GRANDVILLE 70 PONTIAC CATALINA I Ijl 52 Nineteen drivers were assessed Hushpuppies however.A .
Speeding 7 ,
1: 4drHT., Bermuda Blue with 2dr.H.T., Regency Blue with 59 traffic points.
of shoes walking
Blue Vinyl top, equipped with Blue Interior, equipped with pair
j'. P.S., P.B., auto trans., air P.S., P.B., auto trans, air around NAS Jax runways
\ cond., P.W.P.S. & Radio. cond. & radio. 32,000 miles] without a body attached
i' Save dollars at lust with factory warranty Wl, GOODJTIEARSERVICE could be very distractingto

our Navy and Marine
3695 I 2195 5500JammesRd. aviators.

f.L, STORES By Grants Plaza

i', 72 PONTIAC LEMANS 2dr. 69 PONTAIC CATALINA 4dr 778-0131 NAVY WIVES,
H.T., Sandalwood with H.T., Turqotse with Blue MOTHERS
Saddle Interior, equipped Interior, equipped with P.S, D554W ZENITH MODULAR TEMPORARY&
with P.S., P.B., auto trans, P.B., auto trans, air cond. ,STEREO SOUND SYSTEM PART.TIME JOBS
[air cond., & radio. Save lots P.W., & radio. Low mileage.| Immedlat.Openlngs
[id at lust I 1 $98 for office skilled,
Top Notch Positions
for top notch girls.
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2895, 1795 KELLY GIRLS
531 Fla. Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Equal Opportunity Employee
72 BUICK SKYLARK 2dr. 67 FORD MUSTANG 2dr. CALL 3S0111WIVES
\ I H.T., Wilderness Green with H.T., Palllsade Green with I
I
'1 Green Interior,equipped with Green Buckets, equipped!
t. P.S., P.B., auto trans, air Iwlth P.S., auto trans. V-8, air
cond. & radio. Priced to go at cond. & radio.. Priced for they ] !.,

lust economy minded. tVlI J342
\EJ RT373P SPRUCE UP FOR SPRINGI
$2995 1095 GE 30"ELECTRIC with a complimentaryMARY 1
FROST-FREE !
RANGE )KAY FACIAL

REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER = J In your homo
$239
'$319: and see why we say...
1 I } Our I'of the Cosmetic that
17,1 cu%Jt, cap. 'tY,.:'Q lY. Self-cleaning ndlJato1: light.oven Maier Oven WORKS and Gets Result/. /

I 726 CASSAT AVI Phone 314-22 1 I 3 Ity#*freezrrr wide! F'. il'lU lb. cepac- :ontrolTer,' roc. oven ..., .. ..c.lI, GREGORY

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i .'.. Challenges
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". recent meeting of the at sea.
Jax-At a
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4r; national directors and committee "My point is not to excuse,
r because of environment
of serious
of the Navy League
,
members
,. '", incidents aboard a few Navy
Auction l';,,'" the United of Defense States(Manpowerand Assistant ships. Good organizations are
Secretary
expected to adjust to their
1-- Reserve Affairs) Roger T. en-
the subject of vironment. But as Navy
addressed
Jax The NAS Jax "f Kelley"The Challenge of an All Leaguers, you should at all timesbe

Disposal Facility, located Volunteer Navy." aware that today's sailor has

i south of the main gate, has < In part, Assistant Secretary the most difficult of military
.. .
environments to with
; cope that
scheduled an auction of ;.,.i.,.....,. '?::: Kelley said: the extraordinary demands of
government surplus ",,;:iI", .' ;:i,"..: :: ":., "One of the major causes
;.t" of human this environment create fatigue
incidents
property on Jan. 31. underlying disorder in the Navy in the en- and tension, and that these in
turn invite incidents of the kind
The auction will beginat TOP CIVILIAN-Louis Moore, December's Civilian of the Month, is vironment is which people live that have recently occured.
I I There are
9 a. m., following congratulated by Capt. William G. Siiemore, NAS Jax Co. Moore is and work aboard ships. "Another cause underlying
in Navy,
I registration at 7:30 a.m. acting supervisor of the Program Management Branch the Supply with nearly more 600 ships of them your deployed human disorder in military

t Department. today than at any time service is racial tension. The
overseas
I be sold Asia con- Armed Forces, Navy included,.
Items to are New USAFI Courses during the Southeast
have done much in recent yearsto
located at the disposal flict.

yards at NAS Jax, Cecil Course C 546, Risk and Insurance health vocation, for those who "Many of these ships operate tation increase and minority reduce represen-racial
) and F 460 Eu wish to 'work in this insurance under essentially wartime
course ,
Field and Mayport.The discrimination. But racial fears,
their hours of
and
field and the consumer, for conditions
History Since 1914, are ;
ropean anxieties and hang-ups continue
those who have. only a consum- work are long-typically 10 to 16
offered the United
now being by
is invited to to be widespread service
public among
: States Armed Forces Institute er's interest in insurance. hours a day 7 days a day while
\ members-minority and
inspect the property
,
(USAFI).
Caucasian members alike.
: excluding those under 18 been DUTY
Risk and Insurance has SALESMAN ON "We are addressing these

1 and anyone connected with organized for five possible interest 10A.M. to 6P.M. DAILY problems head-on with programsthat

the Defense Property groups: academic, for those include massive doses of

their interested in college credit; general education that
Disposal Programs, so military peopleare
agents, employees and vocation, for those interested sensitive to each other's
in career in insurance;
a needs and to their respective
immediate families.
property and casualty vocation, PARK M 1u heritages, attitudes and

for those with career interests aspirations.

along these lines; life and Convenient NAS and : i "Finally, I would like to

I CECIL FIEL D comment on standards of

discipline in military service.

Military critics, and occasionallyeven

our friends, tend to ascribe
i @ NEW HOMES human breakdowns of the kind

JUST COMPLETED...! \1 ,
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 9 ;

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USO To Welcome Reserves j



British NavymenJax Combined I

USO volunteers will be on hand tomorrow at

Mayport when the British Navy'sHMS Intrepid and her Jax-The Secretary of the Navy

crew of 500 arrive for a 6-day stay. has approved consolidation of the
Naval Surface and Air Reserve
A special dance has been night when the Junior Volunteerand Command into a single command ,
arranged at the Beaches USO for Serviceman of the Month .are located in New Orleans, La. y

Saturday, Jan. chosen. Vice Admiral Damon W. \
27, from 8pm.
until midnight with The USO Junior Volunteer will Cooper has been named the first
"Three's
Crowd" providing live dance A be chosen for her hours of skipper of this new reserve \r
music. All servicemen volunteer service and par- command. He will be assisted by :
invited
to welcome the are ticipation in USO activities, and two rear admirals. <
British
sailors. will be presented with the USO The Chief of Naval Reserve,
gold pin and a corsage. RTRACING VAdm Cooper will report
Junior Volunteers from both The Serviceman will be chosenon directly to the Chief of Naval
the Jacksonville and Beaches the basis of his volunteer work Operations and for additional

USO Clubs will join for the dance. and cooperation within the USO A CAREER-Chief Petty Officer Donald W. West and duty, to Commanders-in-Chief,

and community activities. Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax skipper, read over the highlightsof Atlantic and Pacific Fleets. His :_
All girls between 16 and 25 .
are command will have
major
Chief West's 21 years of service as he retires from the Navy.
welcome, but must call the USO On Saturday, the "Beautiful claimant status. '
at 354-0652 if they are not USO Baby Contest" ends. All USO Vice Admiral Cooper will also "

Volunteers, before the dance.A Junior Volunteers will have t ramr aurw.O assume an additional new ti.: I

number of other activitiesare photos of themselves when they position on the staff of the Chief of i;
were babies Naval.OperationsDirector, ;
on
display. The
also.being planned in the near "chosen one"will receive a prize. Naval Reserve. In this capacity, '.
future
according Jo Mr. G. he will be for
Mike Young will be the disc- directly responsible
the Rodman local Porter USO. ,Jr., President of jockey from 8-11 p.m. with record reserve affairs to the Chief of

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IB'-gj .. Old Navy Friendships Never!lie.\. II IIBy


Class. At that time, AT was a 'j
Islands.
J02 Steve EnrlghtUSNRJax memories will be the same. that they decided to join the Navy Solomon closest they came to seeing fairly new rating in a rapidly
There were a lot of Maybe one of their common but by the time they graduated in The other during the war was expanding field. I
separations from that cold memories will be that day in 1937 June, 1942, they knew they were each Bohnstengel's squadroncame The next decade brought a

December morning In 1942 when when Purtee moved to Deer Park going to enlist. when Almeida the same dayPurtee's series of various duty stations ,
Jack W. Purtee and Robert from Cincinnati. When he came But first they were going to see to was leaving in Memphis, San Diego, Jackson 'i

Bohnstengel enlisted in the Navyin there he found a boy his own age Yellowstone National Park. At squadron. ville, Key West, Sanford, Cecil
Deer Park, Ohio, up to their who shared his love of hunting, least they THOUGHT they were March, 1945.Although Field for the two boyhood pals. '1

present tours of duty at the NAS fishing and, in general, the going to see Yellowstone National they were apart, their During some of their tours, ,
Weapons Department. In over 30 outdoors. That boy was Bohn- Park. careers paralleled each other. they were stationed either at the ;
years of Naval service, Purtee stengel. "We decided to hitchhike to When World War II ended, same base or in the same general .
(now a lieutenant commander) They became fast friends. The Yellowstone before we joined," Purtee was an A02-and so was area and managed to get

I and Bohnstengel (now a outdoors was their ship and life said Bohnstengel. "But by the Bohnstengel.After together; But it wasn't until l2

I : lieutenant) shared tours of duty was a calm sea. The talk of war time we got to Idaho we ran out of the war, both went into that the pair was assigned to the

I only twice. was for older people and Europewas money and we went to work for instructor duty but soon their same duty station.
I i But even this could not a place that was light.years two weeks at a sugar beet farm to career: lines varied somewhat as The period from 1962 to 1964

diminish their friendship and away. get some money." Bohnstengel switched rates in was one of the best in the lives of

I, when their retirement date comes The next year, they entered "Then, when we finally got to 1948, going from A01 to Aviation
Jan.31,they'll be "piped over the Deer Park High School togetherand Yellowstone," said! Purtee Electronics Technican First (Cont. P. 11))
side" the same way they came in took basically the same --y
the "it ,was
finishing story,
-together.No courses. They were inseparableand closed."
-s
one can say for sure what remained that way throughthe -
The two came back and t
will be running through their rest of their scholastic days.
enlisted on Dec. 1, 1942. Both
minds when they take that last When they were seniors, Pearl
sent to Great Lakes, Ill. and
were .
walk as active Naval personnelbut Harbor was bombed. Neither one '
assigned to the same \
its a safe bet that a lot of their remembers exactly when it was were
company. Bohnstengel st
remembering it as if it were -. -

r'r'i yesterday 1825.,"said, "It was Company ; .


I ; During their three months in

boot camp, each decided they
a r wanted to become aviation or-
1 C dinancemen and both were
t .
V designated so ("they did things
differently in the Navy then,"
pointed out Purtee) before they
went on "boot leave."

>'. ,It r The two returned to Deer Parkin

February, 1943 for those two

/& weeks before they had to reportto
school. Little did they know
rI
how long it would be before they ,
,
1 ( k saw each other again. ? ,: E
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Purtee went to Norman,
:
: Oklahoma. After his schooling,
: 'T he was sent to a VP squadron and

spent part of the war in Guam. _' ,
went to school in
"THAT LOOKS FAMILIAR'VLCdr.! Jack W. Purtee and Lt. Robert Bohnstengel
Tenn. After this "he .
'j : Bohnstengel note the similarities in their service records as the now- Memphis, ,
went to another school and 1
united friends prepare to retire from service after 30-year careers.
eventually ended up in the ,
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 11


II These Two Just Retire Together 1- 1'< .......,' J'--

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: (Cont. from P. 10)) in March, 1963." Purtee is presently Assistant children.- is a young 48 years of age, they
j both Bohnstengel and Purtee. Purtee was an E-9 at the time Weapons and Target Officer Bohnstengel married a girl naturally plan on doing a lot of
of his commissioning while while Bohnstengel is Advanced from his home town of Deer living.
j They Jacksonville were stationed Naval Air together Station at Bohnstengel was an E-7. Underwater Weapons .division Park Helen Piepmeyer- Whether it's going to a schoolor
: officer. they have six children. opening a business, they
: and, during this time they both Several more duty stations During their long friendship, The Purtees and the Bohn- haven't decided yet. For the
; officers.
became followed and then Purtee was the wives and families of the two stengels now live relatively near present time, they're just happyto
"We both took"advantage of the assigned to the NAS Weapons officers have also become very to each other the former in let things drift.
same program, said Purtee. "I Center in June, 1970, and close to each other. Orange Park and the latter in But whatever they decide to do,
was commissioned a JG in May, Bohnstengel followed him there Purtee married a girl he met Cedar Hillsand they get togetheronce you can be sure of one thing.
; 1962.Bob was commissioned a JG in February, 1971. while in school at twice
Norman or a week. Somehow,they'll be just like that
Louise Gallop of Weatherford, Both men plan to remain in the day they came into the Navy -
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Don't put off any longer having those unsightly
EXPERT BODYREPAIRS dents, scrapes, or nicks repaired. We're
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equipped to handle su'ch.lobS (large or small),
quickly, easily, and economically.
TIME.
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SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY
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ALL PERFECT& EXCELLENT CONDITIONHours XT

9 AM to 8 PM Sunday 12 noon to 6 PM

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72 BUICK Skylark2dr HTAT.V8PSPBR S319S .a
72 CHEVY Mallbu 2dr HTAT,V8PSPBR&H $2995
70 BU ICK 225 Cut.Spt.CpeFullpowerAC $2 50
70 PLYMOUTH Belvedere sedan.AT.V8PS $1425
69 MERCURY Monteqe Won.AT.VS.PS.PB $1395
69VW Sedan Car,4spd.R&H V $975 .
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68 VALIANT 4 dr,6cylATRS.H :; $675 {C F
65 RAMBLER Classic7702dr HTAT V8, R&H .",'0 ', $595
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63 COMET 2drHT ." $350
66 MERCURY 4dr.ATR&HPS ._ $425
63 R RAMBLER $225 :
48 DODGE Coronet 4drAlltOV8 $1050 ; i; V
PS.PBR&HFact.AlrOne Owner, Low mileage,Extra mil
65,FORD Galaxy 4dr.Auto.V8.PS R&H. Air $689 Y
64 FORD Galaxy 4drAutoV8PSR&H.Alr J80 ,
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NICKSEGAS I USED CARS The political traits and
DELICATE WORK-W.G. McCarley, FRA Regional Vice President Indi-
890 CASSAT AVE. PHONE 384.2351 Southeast, and Mrs. June Breeze, Junior Past President Ladies Institutions of some
ans had an impact upon
Auxiliary, FRA Branch 91> combine to cut FRA 91's 27th anniversarycake.
of
the present form gov-
Looking on are Joe Heald, FRA 91 President, and Mrs. Doris
ernment in the United
Heald,Vice President of the FRA 91 Ladies Auxiliary.
States. The League of the

t"9' FRA Celebrates Iroquois influenced Benja-
91
min Franklin in makinghis

QUESTIONS proposals for a unionof
the colonies that event-
27th AnniversaryJax ually led to the United
ABOUT LOANS? States.

FRA Branch 91 celebrated the Branch's 27th Another Indian confed-

WEIL ANSWER THEM anniversary Saturday with a large turnout of eration, The Five Civilized
distinguished guests, past officers and members in Tribes, developed a culture -

a tt en.A.ance. that became the envy
(No names. No sales pitches.) ; William G. McCarley, RegionalVice of their white neighborsand

Branch President Joe Heald President, S.E. FRA; and eventually resulted in

Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on introduced the distinguishedguests Cdr. and Mrs. L.E. Breeding, the white takeover of In-
your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick, and their wives as well as Director of the Career Information dian land.,
courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor past and present National, Center. The Five Civilized
talk shop unless you want us to. Regional, Branch and Unit of Past unit officers attending Tribes raised stock, tilled
ficers. included: Gloria Eswine PR
Dial FinanceWe ; large farms, built' Euro-
Capt. William G. Sizemore, PSE, Kay Lancaster, .JRPSE;,
don't want to like for homes. They
you us just our money. pean style
NAS Jax CO,. spoke on the and Grace Sandefex, Past
40 W. Monroe like white ,
St. 356-0735 e dressed men
problems of base encroachment, Regional President, Southeast.
the white's methods -
5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895 learned
explaining the status and latest Branch 91 Past Presidents at
4721 San Juan skills and art, started
Ave. 384.2314
Loans to developments as encroachment the celebration were: Willis
1 1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764.2583 $600 concerns NAS Jax. Capwell, Dave Guire, Art small industries and became
In 1821
He also advised all FRA Slocumb and Tom Lancaster, Christians.
\\ ; members and guests to keep who is also Junior Past Regional-" ,Sequoyah, a remarkable
informed on.this matter since it President, Southeast. Cherokee-i invented a syl

could have a noticable effect onthe Wilson H. San defer,Branch 126' labary for his people..
prosperity of the City of PNP and charter member of The Cherokees publisheda
Jacksonville. Branch 91, was one of the newspaper, adopted a
Distinguished included formal constitution and
a guests distinguished guests.
John E. Marshall NAS legislature for their nation -
Capt. Flo Morrisette, National
Cecil Field CO and Mrs. and like most of the
; Capt. Chaplain, LAFRA, conducted
Sizemore; Lt. Col. and Mrs. grace services before dinner was other Five Tribes, put
David Teichmann, MATSG CO: served. their own law codes in
writing.In .
-
recent years the
L' American Indian has distinguished

4 KL himself in the
Congress of the United
States. At the turn of the

century an Indian was
elected vice-President of
the United States. Theyare
making names for
themselves in the arts.

Many, have served and
died in the defense of their
Since1885HAVERTY'S Nation.

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"There's No Race Uke Home" YOU WOULDN'T KNOW
Our Volvo 142 has a new option: a sliding steel YES: !

sunroof that lets in over three square feet of sunlight.In .

nasty weather it cranks shut to keep out over military discountLaura .

three square feet of rain.

1'For people who want more car with their less roof, at Duval FRIENDLY QUIETATMOSPHEREIMIIIIMUIHIMUIIHIIIMIimiMMMHIIMI, RELAXED&.

the 142 comes with fuel injection, four-wheel power- ,

.. assisted disc brakes, and enough space inside to -Beach Boulevard .|IDEALLY LOCATED FOR

comfortably seat five adults. CECIL FIELDN.A.S.

Of course, even with the sunroof, ,the 142 is still ,'. -Normandy Boulevard CLOSE SCHOOLS AND ,
,CHURCHES
I two-door dan. But it's still '
a more...,cart Jfit's SHOPPING ARE
V than lots of cars with M" V #(
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HOLT PUBLISHING. COMPANY CLASSIFIED

Publisher ADVERTISING

-. Movie ScheduleM

JAXAIRNEWS
NAS Jacksonville ; CALL: 388.2 7ss

Ads TueSday should be mailed to arrive not later than M H H B H B
LATWINGER Ads for publication the. following Thursday.

NAS Cecil FfeldADVERTISING published!arriving, the too late for this deadline will be Jan.25 HOSPITAL: "MIDNIGHT

Publisher Is Instructed fOllowing week unless the NAS: "MIDNIGHT LACE" LACE"

OFFICE : money order for the full otherwise cost of the A ad check must be or Drama, Starring Doris Day and

4747 San JuanAvenueJacksonville received WITH the copy for the ad. Rex Harrison. "PG" ((108 min.) Saturday Jan.27

RATE: HOSPITAL: "THE WRATHOF NAS: "J.W. COOP" Rodeo
minimum
Florida chareU( lints)
Plr additlonalline((4 words per line) J.eo.50 GOD" Action Western, Drama, Starring Cliff Robertsonand

Starring Robert Michum and Geraldine Page. "PG" (113

Rita Hayworth. "PG" ((111 min.) min.) ...
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t "'..;!'.,;*: VRF NOiy f>X'"".VJ .;,*x X-';"'--*"'* "1 RIVERSIDE DAY CARE CENTER
Friday.Jan. 26
I :EM eTMIH.T\\:? Nursery thru Kindergarten, week-
__. ..:..K days. 388.1689.DEARBORN RSA NAS: "BLIND MAN" Western, NAS: "EVERYTHING YOU

Starring Ringo Starr and Tony ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW

HELPWANTED PROPHANE HEATER Anthony. "R" (((102 min.) ABOUT SEX" Comedy,'Starring
Attendants and mechanics, all hours, SVU'; fully auto., 1"" yrs. old., ORANGE PARK Woody Allen and John Caradine.
apply in person tef ., I after 6 P.M., 282.4248 or 282yj 2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dish.
Sarge's American Service Station IP. washer Drapes, carpets, Elizabeth "R" (88 min.)

201 Hwy. 17,Orange Park Apts., 771-1465 or 771.3355.WI WANT ADSCONTINUED HOSPITAL: "J.W. COOP"
LOST YELLOW GOLD CHARM
BRACELETLost LMAR APARTMENTSAir

PART.TIMEFLOOR.WAXER at Cecil. Field, 2 charms attached Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living
WANTED reward offered. DaV.712.9895, room Kitchen, Bftstnook, parking '.
Approx. 5 hrs. nightly. Sun. thru Evening 772-7C65. space for 2 cars, water, sewage, ''MUSTANGV8,3.Spd.R&H '
Thurs., apprentice $1.75, experienced garbage, lawn service. Furnished $690. lake stockin -T'
'
$2.00 Call 396-4021, after 6 P.M. METAL DETECTORSFor $120, Unfurnished$100. plus 4 percent *$ FALCON

land use and underwater. All sales tax. 387-2541 weekends,389-0744. 2.dr.,6.cyl.ATR&H'66 VW SEDAN $790. .
OFFICE HELP maor| brands.As low as$49.95 to$785.
R&H Green
$490.
Adding machine experience Call 77)).6375 aft. 5 P.M. 10MINUTES CECIL2 BR TRAILER '
63 FORD CONV.
necessary. Convenient to NAS Jax & Carpeting, AC, patio & awning, Ig.
Orig. Inside and out 54,000 miles ???
Cecil Phone 786-0722. GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES fenced lot, no pets, adults preferred, America.Bury .
Registered, 5 Mos. Black & Tan, $115 mo., 7715932. ASTRO MOTORS
l PART-TIME HELP WANTED Large Boned, 7711595. 6566 Normandy Blvd. '
5-11P.M..shift,apply at' US.Savings Bonds "
GIVE US CALL FOR
Burger Chef 6238 103rd St. MIMROD CAMPER TRAILER
Quick Rental of your Property
Folds out to sleep 6,.$350.
ADVERTISINOSAJES, 387-3190 Edward O.Lyon, Broker 389.0361 .

: (Maleor Female)
I Local established, respected medium FOR SALE FOR RENT :;::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::,
1BR House, with and
carport utility ..
i is expanding In the Jax Market. Low 12 cu. refrig good cond. $50. Modern room. 771-1405 or 111.3355.12x60MOBILE .
SHERRY CHILDERS
I pressure approach, sells easily. Good headboard & rails, double--$15. 388- '
I Commission will net active salesman 5582,7344 Pineville Dr. Ortega Hills. HOME
COCKTAIL HOUR 5-8:30: PM
I $200 week to start. Also fringes, profit miles from base, Central heat and
sharing. Brief resume' to P. 0. Box FREE WHEEL BALANCINGCall air, w.w shag carpet, furnished. Call
245, Orange Park, Fla. 32073. Smokey for details 264.3896 after 4 P.M. BUD FRETWELL
781.9213
WANTED NEAR NASA CECIL .. ENTERTAINMENT NITELY
Wen with mechanical ability to work CONSOLE MOTOROLA New 12x60, Furnished 2BR. trailer,
part.time in daytime, retired or Stereo AM.FM radio combination. CH&A, Ig. wooded lot, patio & utility :::::::::::.::::::::::::::.4{:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

moonlighter acceptable. Apply in Tape recorder outlet, $100., 3893007. house, water, sewage & garbage ww
person to McKelvie's Hardwareland, furnished, $125., 711.0348.'MOBILBOME9rJ. SPECIAL RATES per person
$ 6 00
Bellalr Shopping Center, Orange FOR SERVICEMEN double occupancy
Park. : ) ;REAL;!ESTATE<;< ;
:! : Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge ft Dine at Biser's Seafood ".
EMPLOYMENT Restaurant, 250 Beautiful. Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic :
Swimming, Pool, Free Undercover Parking'
Hallmark Cards needs part-time stock IN REAL ESTATE MATTERS :- '69 MARRIOTT
girl, to work Navy Exchange Store in :
Call Wayne Shrum f
12x52, 2BR, AC, W-D, w-w carpets,
this area. Prefer card background.Write Blanding Agency, Inc.,Realtors
loaded, excel. cond., 103rd St. Assume
M. Netzer, 5341 Ave., .
Coppege
771 9513 -Vt
remaining balance of $4500. 264-3566. ',...
Jax., Fla. 32211. Give brief work -,.
background. No phone Calls. '70 PAR KWOOD
WE BUY& SELLEQUITIES MOTOR HOTEL
Cent. Heat & Air. Equity. Assume '
Call I us for Quick service
TEACHER WANTED Pmts. Call after 6 P.M. 7729293.llNTfdlfAfToN.
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744
Private school & day care center,.
experienced in elementary grades, 4543 Wesconnett Blvd 737.3864 ') Within walking distance to all points of Interest.

and able to assist In school office, Call 771.3052 .... _. ,,, ..
3560116. ""' ,"<,<''o., ...;..'..:::0 sc<_;"< c.wao>raowwaaaa,.*"do$

QUICKCASH FOR YOUR EQUITY
Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. '70 CHEVY TRUCK .A

[ i Edward O.Lyon, Broker 389-0361 Delray Camper Included '
Call 264.8680

3BR,2B PRETTY '68 PONTIAC GTO SJ.IE or'ON

AIR LITE INDUSTRIES JAX Fenced yard, fruit trees very nice HT.speed,389 Engine, Excel. Cond.,
Fabrication In rescreening, window $16,000. $900. Cr. Un. will Finance, Call
screens, screen doors, patio & pool VANSANDT, REALTOR 387-1213 Bradshaw, 282. 155, Base ext. J804.
enclosures, aluminum roofs & car to
ports, free estimates. Owned & NORMANDY ACRES '69GRAND PRIX \00/0
operated by: Norman T. Abrams, 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road Good Cond.AM.FM Radio PSPBPW,
USN retired, Paul Tinney, 2568 Edison frontage 2 to 20 Acre tracts. Land is Take over Bal. $1900. Roberts, Cecil
Ave., 384 1242. the best Investment for the future. Field. Ext. 572 or after 5, 8259. ',j

Other tracts available over Southwest
240Z '
71
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER Jacksonville ACMlcheltn tires, 15,500 miles,phone A GREAT SELECTION OF <:
of $5. of Florida
Responsible party take up pmts Wynne Realty X2980-day; 772.0788.night.
a month. Call dealer. 772-8936. 38 -551" 389-8507 (
1966 BUICK SKYLARK FURNITURE BEDDING LAMPS : l'

A recorded message by WHITE FENCE FARMS ,Like New, blue .w blue vinyl bucket .

SCOTT EDWARDS Located In the heart of Arizona's seats, Console, AT, AC, PS, radio, ACCESSORIES FLOOR COVERINGS 1 'i:
Tells you how to be a finest farming and hunting country, Power seats, power windows, excellent 1\-\
DISCJOCKEYcall historic Safford (County seat of cond., Must be driven to. be .
near
355-2944 any hour. Approved for Graham County.) Great year-round appreciated, Call 3872839., DRAPERIES BEDSPREADS i
veterans. Columbia School of climate. 1 1'/4 acres, $1,100 low terms. January Automotive 1643 Cassat Ave.
BraOdcasting. San Francisco. Not full Information, please write to
For 1966 CHEVROLET CAPRICE ,i
affiliated with CBS Inc. Course by Land Co., PLUS.
Mrs. A.L. Young, Glenarm 4-door, HT, Like New, blue w white .. .
home study. 2233 North 7th Street, Phoenix 85006. top, black Interior V-8, AT, AC, PS, 1 '

ww,tinted glass,exec. Cond., Call 387. EXCITING DECORATING IDEAS :;,
LIVE CRABS GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2839.

Wilford's 264-9707 Fish Camp Cllas.Residential Motllty, Realtor,Lets,Acreage 2849345 January Automotive' 1643 Cassat Ave. FREE HOME PLANNING ADVICE ,. ;

264 6861 61 FORD CORTINA iK
,Associate
Lee Duncan 2Dr. GT, good condition, bucket '

TYLER'S HEATING &AIR COND. seats, Console, R&H, priced right. ; t
Central & Wall Furnaces, space 3BR,2B HOME Call 264.5097. Ethan AllenWINTER
heaters, cleaned & repaired. w-w carpeting, CH&A. $3400. equity,
Lakeshore; 4711 palmer 388.5161. take.over pmts. of $162. mo., 772-0510. '67 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 .l '
48,000 mi.
Exc, Cond.Orig. owner. SALE ..
New Paint. $2500. Firm. 771-7730 .
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS J .
.
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape CALL A SHIPMATE '72MOTOGUZZI850Windshield The Only Thing You Can't.."ordl'To Miss It i
players. At dealers cost to liquidate Joe Roplak(RET Navy) Fairing, Sissy Bar, "
7110409. luggage rack, highway .
stock Full warrantyl I Phone Licensed Real Estate Salesman Saddlebags
pegs, take-over pmts. Call 3884084. .
Representing CARRIAGEHOUSE
t
Blanding Agency, lne.RM.toM: #
CAMPER BARGAIN Office 771-9513 72 FIAT
781 7715 '"
LPG DROP IN OVEN RANGE Home 124 Stationwagen,$2150. '
Water heater Chassis Mount tank 244-7906

Orig. $275. Sharp. $85. 131 8th Ave. S. 'BELLAIR .

Jax Beach 246-6009. 5 ROOM HOME A GARA'GE21S' door., Clean AC, PS, PB, AT, R&H, :<

it I Jot#\....,. .... f remodeled.Sydney Street'Stoker;:,.:: ?.,t., ..S.U.C.. .Sa t'Ay1e,,381t128 .j '955 BEACH BoOlTivARD PHONE 725-7933 ;i. ;

,. BUYj$5LL,OR TRADE : 1 Newly 2 AC Units,HWtieis1r,' 'n VeGA GT HoursMbn: *.&-9P.M.iTues.We\r.Thurs.; .&iSat.9-5:30P.M.: t.; -.
,
Used gun}:'furrt lture,antiques- ,fishing Fl<
V gear, and *te:4 tV*. J J HpUSW Hardwood, Lovely floors landscape.-sr4SOO. smlsslon. Red with White Strip* 26| Izar-ate 3I4OHq I "WOTI1
"" nEfln nn' *t 607:"m backyard "' .- I
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Breakfast Set '" ,
,: Prayer .. .', M d" ... .A v. ... w .
h"- Leaders Visit
i.; Jax-A Prayer Breakfast All military personnel

;j will be held Thursday, and civilian employees of : Jax-Both the National

{ Feb. 1 in the Candlelight NAS Jax and tenant 4 F President and Regional

Restaurant at 7 a.m. commands are invited to President Southeast of the

join our Commander-in : Navy Wives Clubs of
The breakfast is being Chief for this mutual iTc America will visit NAS
held in conjunction with expression of faith and Jax and. the Jacksonvillearea

the 1973 Presidential recognition of the moral Jan. 2627.
Prayer Breakfast. and religious values
They will also
scheduled for the same inherent in the American par-
ticipate in the, installation
hour in Washington. way of life. .
ceremonies for new of-
y !
u 44 _
j ficers of Navy Wives Club
I
fl Jax 86 on Saturday, Jan.
\ : 27. Installation ceremonieswill

VENETIA DRUGS .. ', _. be held at the Catholic
L'' -.._ ." '.., at 6:30 with
Chapel : a
: : p.m.
-a'li.
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YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PHARMACIST .. J, "Jt .
."--p.T',..:,'' '" '!t' reception to follow at the
-" CPO Club.
it COMPETITIVE PRICESPERSONALIZED : ,:
"
: SERVICE .... ,_JJti '.....:.. I" National President,
n VIP VISIT-RAdm. William McLoughlin (Left), Commander ASW Mrs. Margaret Conley of
PHONE 384-6452 Group Four, talks about one of VP-S's P-3s with LCdr. Kieth O'Don- Corpus Christi, Texas, and
nell,the"Mad Fox"NATOPS
Safety Officer. RAdm. McLoughlin also Regional President, Mrs.
visited VP-45 and FAW-11 in for fleet wide
5501 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD preparation a major Mary Cayton of Pen-
exercise which he will command.
I sacola, reportedly will
arrive tomorrow with Past
F\ Honda.The most moving Jax 86 President, Mrs.

S. Barbara Howard and her
I,. experience on two wheels. WANTEDNAVY husband, AMS1 B.J
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Mrs. Conley will journey
WIVESPositions from Corpus Christi to the

I! Howards' home in New

,_. Orleans and accompany
'- below are but a few of the many FEE PAID them by auto to Pensacola
.
( l : positions listed with our firm. If you have any secretarial
skills at all, or know someone who does, please get in touch where they will pick up
with us. Now is the time to make a job change. Mrs. Cayton for the trip to
Jacksonville.The .
ADVERTISING SECRETARY: to $600 group will stay with

Work for P.R. Director friends while in the area
} "/.. !"'. J .!. and tentatively plan to
ACCOUNTING'SECRETARY: to $550 depart for the return trip

Previous Accounting Exp. desired home on Sunday.
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MTSTOPERATOR to$500 FinanceOffices

i FLORIDA'S NUMBERONE DEALER Fast typing necessary
Complete Line of Parts and AccessoriesBest
PUNCHPERATOR to $450
Prices and Service In Florida. KEY :

YOU MEET THE NICEST PEOPLE AT... Experience necessaryThe

a above are but a sample of our listings. Company pays all ClosedJaxThe
our fees. We need applicants. Please call.
NAS Jax Navy
JIM KING AND ASSOCIATES Finance Office and the
.1
NAS Cecil Field Branch
TOWER PHONE398.7371
: 438 GULF LIFE
I Daily! AM to 7 PM Saturday Vtill<> PM will be closed today and
4121 PHILIPS HIGHWAY PHONE 73? 1044 tomorrow.

Closing of the facilities is

\ due to the excessive

workload required to

process Early Out

\ CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES... Discharges.

: {: .467 G1xrSAr Yfi F sp t? {Ct 6t'r?? 7;fYC9S f"y ryr.Y: 'v.tiM ;;{N?! S.:},7iiiwSnQ Any inconvenience caused
: .4:4uJAFAtkii{>' +i1iv$'rte" YaikO4n1iiC:4: SSiti7G8yv i7 nYi 7"' "'r-0C{tiAG+7dvi x{.+k:1k'wti Ss .ti:
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. PAYS Pay YOURSELF First!! Finance regretted Office by the and Navy the

m"vTrfxfi: rvrvwixvir rxr Branch.
., Cecil Field
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'''Deposit your New Pay Increase

this week with your CREDIT UNION HOUSEOF

l .; ; and smile while your Savings CORAL

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IMPORTS
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I _A dimple Test Could Save His Sight '. 'I'IGaL


representatives of '-'
ogy, pediatrics, ophthalmol obvious signs of eye or vision the test, and for Interpretingtest the Home Eye Test was made
nursing
school education abnormality, but will demon- results. A report form, tb possible through a grant to the
nursing
health administration public strate quite readily in a screen- be returned to the Society, asks National Society from the Delta
ical social work and med ing that they are using only one the parent whether the child Gamma Foundation, a women's

uIt must be emphasized eye effectively, for example, or passed the test and, if not, organization whose prime con-
I tions Virginia S. cau. that they can'"read" the chart whether an appointment has cern is sight conservation. During

tive director of the Boyce National, execu with each eye separately but not been made for an eye examination this introductory period, the
ciety, "that So. with both eyes together." and with whom. The Society Society is handling individual
any vision
only indicates that screening Currently preschool vision sees the Home Eye Test as requests only. .
have a visual a child may screening programs are con an important means of parent .
limited visual defect; and only] ducted by public health nurses education, and hopefully an inducement To obtain a Home Eye Test
skills
are tested. and school nurses, and by the to early visual
This is true for care kit, write: NSPB Home Eye
organized pro thousands of volunteers trainedby for their children.
grams with trained young Test, 79 Madison Avenue, New
screeners staff members of the Na
and will be true Production and distribution of York, N.Y. 10016.
with the Home tional Society and its affiliated
Eye Test.
state-level organizations. The -
"Vision screening is not diag. volunteers are often membersof
nostic, and does not take the civic, women's religious or $50.000
place of
a professional eye ex- fraternal organizations; and the
amination. We do LIFE INSURANCE ,
not and can. screenings are conducted at :
not expect to locate through community centers, kindergartens UNDER., AGE.35. .......... ...'... ;:
screenings ;.;;;;::;::::".:" '..::;'.;' ':::' :::: ::::::::::::::::: ':;:::::::;::*" ::f :::
every child who needs day-care centers, nursery
eye care; and some children schools and Head Start loca arnilY Coverage

whose test results indicate the tions. In addition, of course, CheapGLlan S3 extra m'
) need for referral to .:-
an eye specialist many pediatricians and family
may not need glasses or physicians do vision screeningas : : : : : :::: : : :

Copyright D< 1972 National Society forth treatment. part of the routine physical MILITARY: BENEFIT ASSOCIATIONUNDERWRITTEN
Prevention of Blindness. Inc. "What we hope for is the examinations of their preschool. BY
A Home Eye Test Kit enabling chance to locate those children- age patients.The .
parents to do a vision and we know the number must Home Eye Test kit includes M0NYThe
screening of their preschoolersat be in the tens of thousandswho a scale version of the E MUTUAL Life Insurance Company of NEW YORK

home is now available free of have never had their vision chart, directions for training the MARV BLACKMORE NICK. NICHOLS
358.1843 or 771.3 charge from the National Society tested, who show no outward, child to take the test, for giving

for the Prevention of Blind

ness. Simple instructions pre

pare the parent to give the child -
the standard Snellen Symbol E '
4

Chart The vision situation test.which the Soci- wt _i : .

ety seeks to remedy through the

Home Eye Test is this: One in 5"I
every '20 preschool-age children -v :

in the U.S. has a vision problem

which, if uncorrected, can seri
ously interfere with his development
and schooling. Present
k
preschool vision screening pro-
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\grains "caver= .less than $00,090 i
of the 16 million children in the -

ae group 3.6," said the Soci I
ety's Committee on Eye Health

of Children, in recommendingthe
development and nationwide

distribution of a home vision


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1 VP-45 ClaJ; t'

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Jax-WiJhll the points;tallied,
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the Pelicans of VP-45 have .

,merged as Intramural Cham A'

pions of NAS Jacksonville for the .- .

Fall 1972 competition. PISTOL MEETING organizational meeting should :

FORTY-FIVE outdistanced contact the Athletic Office at Ext. .
nearest rival NARJAX by 66 ; Jax--An organizationalmeeting 3239 and notify them of your 'I 1
points and takes custody of the yr 'tI for the upcoming 1973 interest.

coveted trophy from traditionallystrong ; intramural pistol season will be

FICEUR. This marks the held on January 31 at 9:30: a.m. in LADIES GOLF ASSOCIATION J
first time since 1968 when VAP-62 the Conference Room of Bldg.

claimed the crown, that a 704. All units or commands interested Jax-The NAS Ladies Golf '

squadron has turned the trick 4' are asked to have a team Association held a String ,
over all the station commands. { -# representative at the meeting.The Tournament last week. In the ;i i

The Pelicans had entries in season is scheduled to beginon first flight there was a three way ,

every sport, but touch footballwas r February 19.INTRAMURAL tie for first between Ellen ;
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the big point-getter with the ,. Rupiak, Lassie Mahoney and
American League and NAS In GOLF SEASON Penney Bennett while Nelda .

tramural runner-up titles to their Bradt finished second. ;A.
credit. The Squadron also Jax-The 1973 Intramural Golf The top spot in the second flight

represented COMFAIRJAX and last JAX IROHMEN Capt Donald J. Chllden, HAS XO, was on hand season Is scheduled to get un also resulted in a tie with Elaine
took fourth place In the CIN- week at Rosendahl Gym to present VP-4S wlthNautical the Iron man derway on February 5. Any unitor Honour and Dottie Hilton sharing 's

CLANTFLT playoffs In Norfolk, Trophy Accepting the trophy on behalf of VP-4S was YH1 Gary Smith, command that plans on the honors. Betty Gustin finished ,
VP-4S's Sailor of the Quarter competing but missed the recent second.
Va. while Cdr. P. E. Herring, 1
The pistol team finished second looks on at left CO of VP-45, ____ __ _____ _________ >

in league competition, but found SEE THE NEW .,t tROLLING
their marks in the finals and won

the Intramural Championship. TIIE 6 HILLS O 16 TODAY! 1
The Tennis Team was ham
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,June, they took first place, third E
place and fourth place in the + Charts .Outriggers Nautical Wear ,

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"" : >>:<< Mt' Once again the Medical shooters Naval Academy

J r 'X'-cEciL"'sp' i"TS' U were cold,collecting only 4 pointsin

I 1 t'' the 1st half. Prep School
t' 4 ti VA-87 turned back VA-12 59-19. ..
i :,1 by OTC J. D. Brewster N. Appleton canned 21 for VA-87 OPNAVINST 1531.3 of 18
and his teammate, Jerome December 1972 _suppliments

i :, BOWLING BASKETBALLDon 23 through the hoops for VA-66. Brooks 16. Allen (17)) and SUPERS Manual, Article 1020220
r ,I Sumner's recently Ed Gill incurred a technical foul Woodard ((16)) kept VA-12 in and provides information and
,! CONATIONAL LEAGUE: The organized Raider basketball when he "forgot" the rules and contention. instructions on the procedures for
is: /{ Marines continued to occupy the squad fared well over the dunked a ball ... horrors! Fred Kitts hit the nets for 27 big enlisted men of the regular Navy
t )I top slot but AIMD dropped CPO 5 weekend as they took 2 out of 3 VA-174 "B" nipped AIMD 55-50 points in leading VA-45' to an and Naval Reserve to apply for
"t down to the 3rd spot. High Individual contests, losing only to power in overtime: The score was tied easy 61-27 win over Supply. Barr the Naval Academy Preparoty
: N sets: Ed Smith ((578, 211- packed Jax Mobile Homes. 48-48 following regulation play. with 15 and McNeal with 13 were School
"ii 196-171)); Dave Silver (578, 206-() Against the Jacksonville Riech of the Bees who had but 2 also big scorers for VA-45. Personnel meeting the
i{ 196- 76)); Dickey Hanson (555, University Alumni, Cecil could points In the game became the Fountain had 8 for Supply. following requirements may
I r' 198-182-175); Don Eriksson (543, muster but 79 points against the hero of the overtime stanza when VA-87 continued their winning obtain additional information
190-181-172); Al Duncan ((540, 188- winners 103. Rex Morgan with 32 he made 4 points. The Bees ways by dowing VA-174 "B" 52- from their Educational Services
I! ': 215); Jim .Tobin ((536, .240-171)); points ang Greg Nelson with 26 scoring leader was Boynton with 24. Willie Johnson and Jerome Office:
y, Dennis Vincent (535, 175-192); led the Jax Mobile Homes attack. 18. McGee had 22 for the main- Brooks each had 16 for VA-87., A. Male, U.S. citizen.B. .
1 u Bob Samu ((535, 184-179-172); Gill with 22 and Wood with 18 tenance crew. Dan Kloeppel had 13 for the Bees. .Enlisted prior to 1 July of the
n Sonney Sonnentag ((528, 201- were the top gunners for the The VA-87 officers turned back VA-45 edged VA-174 "A" 45-40. year preceding entry to the Naval
j;, 180)); Irenio Bembo ((524-201); Raiders. the Marines 4538. Harrison led Barr was the top gun for VA-45 Academy.C. .
j) Angelito David (522,211-174)( ) ; The Raiders swamped Albany the officers attack with 13 with 16 points, but J.E. Williams 17-20 as of 1 July of the year
|i Ray Proctor ((522, 201-190) ; 102-68; Saturday night. Gill had 25 counters and Davey had 17 for the of VA-174 took top scoring honors preceding entry to the Naval
I \V Georgie MacLeod ((521, 185-183)); points, Terrell 21, Appleton 13 Marines. with 20 points.Third. Academy.D. .
'
"I' Frenchy Eschete ((521,178-181)); and McGee 12 for Cecil. Mims The Marines hit the winning GCT-ARI combined score of
Walt Jacobs (520-197)) and Bow had 15 and Johnson 15 for Albany. trail with, a "close"55-14 win over not less than 120.
Bowman ((512, 171.181)). Standings NAS Jax threw a scare into Terry Pangburn's fighting FleetReactivated E. Good morale character.F. .
: Cecil before bowing 7775. The Medical quintet. Smith scored 20 Unmarried and never have
Marines 53.31AIMD Raiders led at half time 4135. for the Marines ((6 more than the been married, andG.
; 5133j Terrell had the hot hand for Cecil entire Medical team scored). Strongley motivated towarda
',;. CPOs 491h34/ with 24 points while Gill and Medical's awesome scoring The career as a Naval Officer.
VA-45 48.36I Brooks chipped in with 16 and 13 attack was led by Bonheff with 9 Commander-in-chief, U.S.
l Pacific Fleet has
announced that
BOQ 48-36
j
counters respectively.Cecil Field points.
f the First Fleet and An-
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NWSED 46-38 was cold at the freethrow line, VA-87 beat AIMD 4234. Huehn
; Weapons 411h42/ sinking only 5 of 15 charity tosses. led VA-87 with 15 points. McGeewas U.S.tisubmarine Pacific Fleet Warfare will Forces,
AW-l 3945 On the intramural front, VA-15 again top man for AIMD with merge
Medical 3846 February 1, 1973, to form a
; lived up to their advance notices 13 points. y
,, / Admin 3747 with an impressive 53-44 win,over The Ops'+NAMTD 5 made reactivated Third Fleet. 06
I'' f Fall's Funnies 365.475 VA-66. Mike Godbex with 19 their 2nd round debut a successful With headquarters at Ford DRUG
Special Services 36.48 points,Ed Gill with 16 and Jimmy one, downing Medical 52- Island, Pearl Harbor, this new ABUSE
11 Communications 35.49 Woods with 12 led the 16. Allen Fyffe tallied 26 for the command is intended to reduce
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this fleet will mark the first time LEGALIZED POT-The 178-page
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CHICKEN & 'Navy has maintained a Third Marijuana and Drug Abuse, released -
$179 DUMPLINGS or 79. Fleet. on 22 March 1972, was
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.. Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables' Bread and Butter Fleet, under command, of Fleet mission members had smoked mari-
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.. Okinawa Campaign, and par would institutionalize availability
in the final surrender
ticipated of a drug which has uncertain
l' onboard the flagship, USS long-term effects and .which may
MISSOURI (BB-63)), on Sep- be of transient social interest."
l'.f .. tember 2, 1945. At the war's end, Despite all the uncertainty and
the U.S. Third Fleet numbered
lEE
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To Remain Unbeaten ,i m -
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[ Jax The Hawks basketball for I Six men in t'
team from the Hospital put on an double figures might
not
display of offense last seem
, awesome overly impressive until MedicalNDRC's
week in intramural play at the consider the fact that the you
of the Marine Barracks three top
, expense scorers
, combined for 100 of
team. their 144 points. undefeated record
Marines scored underwent a big test last week
The a respec- Kaelin I
was the
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leader
theI
of when they tangled with the
table 78 points but were still scoring parade with
38 while
Und Medical
beaten by 66 points as the Hawks picked 32 and team. NDRC's record
up Bryan 30. While stood at six wins and no losses
with 144-78 win It
came up a was Bryan was only third
high scorer i while Medical's five
was wins
their eighth straight win. for'the
game he was high man of I and one loss going into the game.
After building up a 64-31 lead in the second half with 26. The I
the first half the Hawks came Hawk's other 44 points ,I '
back even stronger in the second accounted for by Ruggiero's were I Medical led by a slim one pointat
half as they scored 80, more Pearson's 15 and Sayior's 10. 19, the end of the first half but

,points than the Marine Barracks Lost in the barrage of Hawk NDRC came back in the second
scored during both halfs,! points were Austin's 25, Bryant's half to escape with a 77-72 win.

Eight men played in the game 14 and Curtis' 13 for the Marine
for the Hawks and six of them hit Barracks. ('\
tiT It was a very physical game as
,. :t is evidenced by the foul totals.

I Martd Wins In Overtime "' JII iii,- sonal NDRC fouls was and tagged had two with men 28 per foul

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MARTD broke their five game Guilley and Mette tried to hold 'It: :'- .> .; .">" ,,,". 4 .18 and also had two men foul ...

losing streak last week with two off the MARTD attack with 26 FLIERS HEAD FOR 6ND. Vince Bell ((20)) of the Jax Navy Fliers out.
hard fought victories.The battles with an unidentified Cecil Field player for a rebound in last

points apiece, but to no avail. Sundays game that was won by Cecil 7775. This was the last game of
hardest fought of the two Twenty-three of Mette's 26 the regular season for the Fliers who will travel this weekend to Luchi had 33 points and Dauer
came in their game againstNATI'C. points came in the second half. Charleston, S. C. for the 6th Naval District'Tournament had 23 for NDRC while Johnson
.NATTC held a 27-19 leadat had 32 and Attanasio had 14 for
the half only to have MARTD MARTD's other win of the NarTax Breaks Medical
come back and tie itup at 62-62 at week came against the Marine -
the end of regulation play. In the Barracks, 7154. Holding only a

five minute overtime MARTD one point advantage at halftime, Losing StreakAfter
outscored NATTC 10-4 and MARTD surged ahead in the nun urn in

emerged with a 72-66 win. second half when Michaels After five straight, losses
scored all 12 of his points and finally broke loose and MILITARYAUTOMOBILEMILITARY
Tuggey was the big man for the Cameron hit for nine of his 15. came up with their first two wins
winners with 31 points. He pickedup Tuggey was again top man for of the season.

six of those points in the the winners, however, with 20 The first victory came over a

overtime period. Cameron points. tough Hospital team, 5351. "
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Marine Corps Will Host VP-16 Splits


Ii Dependents Golf TourneyJax i.. r First Two\ .

VP-16 recently returned to Jax

N. C. will The field will be limited to 192 from Deployment and last week
host the 12th Annual Military participants. Six to eight flights marked their debut in the
y\ Dependents Championship Golf will be set up with the entrants .American, Basketball League. .
Tournament June 1921. This will placed according to handicaps. -J-- IJ ; Their first encounter was with
mark the first time'for the eventat Maximum handicap will be 20, the last place team in the league,
a Marine Corps installation. computed under USGA r AIMD. AIMD had not won a "
Distaff military dependentsfrom procedures. The championship game in six tries and they proved "
all over the United Statesare flight will vie for low gross with to be no match for VP-16. '.
expected to participate in the the remaining flights playing for VP-16 held AIMD to just nine
,j, three-day tourney. Dependents of low net. points for the entire first half and
active duty, retired or deceased If applications are not coasted on to a 96-22 win. Fisier
armed services personnel are available at local golf courses by was high man for the winners
eligible to participate. Dependents February 15, further informationand with 21 and Queen had 16. j
under 18 of must Their second encounter ;
years age applications can be obtainedby was
I ) be sponsored and accompanied writing Mrs. G. W. Callen, with the first place team in the
ii. by an adult. P.O. Box 8120, Camp LeJeune, league, VP-45. VP-45 was un '.".,
A practice round will be held N.C. 28542, enclosing a self- HANDBALL CHAMPS Capt. Donald J. ChIders( NAS XO, defeated in seven games going -
,a f
1 June with the 54-hole into their with VP-16
18 medal game and
addressed, stamped envelope.The presents Lt. AI Thacker with VP-S&'s trophy for winning the Fall 1972
play event starting June 19. entry fee is $25 and the Handball Championship while LCdr. Jim Wood watches at left and inspite of a fine effort from the
deadline for application is April Cdr. J. E. Kramer,, VP-56 CO,watches at right. new arrivals,VP-45 came up with F
VW4 Win 15. their eighth straight win; 87-80.: ;;:"
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Two Games ,"


f _' the VW-4.500 mark brought with their two record wins last to EX-MEMBERS (to be) OF THE ARMED SERVICES: ., :h., ,

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week when they disposed of. .
MATSG 75-61 and AIMD 54-39. .
In their contest with MATSG .. '
Villanueva was the high man for ..iCvS *>. r' 1t'
the winners with 17.Heath with 14
and Parker with 13.
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,, ':, MATSG but was held to only five

lathe second half and finished up

with 18.The win. over AIMD came with c( :: :
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the aid of 16 points from Wilson, : : ;
14 from Parker'and' 14 from
Villanueva. Sutton had 17 for
AIMD.

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,' for this win was Bearden. He hit
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of the entire VP-5 total. : r
Inspite of their loss, Public ,, :>
Works showed a balanced scoring
attack that was composed of

Jennings with 14, Gordon with 14, .: t
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