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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: February 1, 1973
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 30,1'10. 44 Published I In The Interest Personnelof Naval I Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida FEBRUARY 1, 1973 ; I



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undergo debriefing. Reunions with families will also take place at the hospital. '

Debriefings will be conducted as soon after the POWs arrival as possible since >; '
interviews have been found to be most effective when they are conducted'before *' ;

the POW is faced with the full impact of the emotional problems connected with ,, \

,the return home from captivity. '
The POWs'will be admitted just like other patients and assigned to individual .

rooms. In addition to the ordinary hospital room furnishings, the men will haveI :
extra furniture, including desks, couches and' chairs. ;i

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known prisoners from this area.'Department of Defense policy has been assign ,:"

men released to an armed forces medical facility near their homes. '

The first stop for the former POWs after being released will be at Clark Air .

Force Base, in the ,Philippines, where they will be given preliminary medical ';
examinations and receive new uniforms specially tailored to, compensate for '*

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"(Jan. 23) our commander-in-chief announced a cease fire of the longest war \v '

Jax VP-45 flight crews,have received,,"Well Dones" in the history of our nation. ,'
from the CNO for two intensive Search and 'Rescue ., "I need not remind you, how demanding that war has been. Many of our.f

,: -:operations conducted while deployed to Lajes, Azores. Navymen and women have passed ,the halfway point in their careers ,since our -'' k
advisory role in Vietnam began. '
On Jan 6, two light civilian Only hours after the first
. aircraft became lost and low on search was concluded, VP-45 "Many of you who are at sea today have endured long and frequent separations *
fuel while trying to cross the ,received word of another aircraft from your families This past eight months in particular has seen our ,Naval i
,;North Atlantic. Their:MAYDAY which had become lost on a trans-
forces operating at the highest tempo of the war.
Atlantic flight.
transmission received a ,quick
response from ,VP-45 ready alert A Navy P-3, enroute to Lajes, '"But through it all, even during these turbulent and uncertain\months, as the
23, with PPC LCdr. Rust was forced to declare an its commitments has been where it
crew war has drawn to a close, the Navy has met .
and TACCO Ltjg( ) Haynes emergency after losing all meansof '
was supposed to be, when and for as long as required. "'
Crew 23 was airborne less than navigation.
30 minutes after' receiving the VP-45 crew 21, PPC LCdr. "Our nation has every reason to expect from those of us in uniform the full,
. MAYDAY message and, after Graham, TACCO Ltjg( ) Simpsonwere unwavering support we are sworn to provide.( That expectation has been fulfilled.
.three hours of searching, radar on an ASW mission at, the You have given your best and your best was every bit as good as our countrymenhave
After to assist the
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come' to expect. _
lost aircraft. P-3, they found the aircraft 500
After escorting the aircraft to miles north of ,course and ac- "I am convinced that this could not have been the case were it not for the,
oot Lajes field for,landing, crew' 23 companied it to a safe landing at concern of each for the betterment of all-for the teamwork, that you have,

returned to the search area in ST Mawgan, England. 'exhibited afloat and ashore, whatever situations arose, from five-man SEAL ,-;

.. hopes aircraft.of, locating- the second CNO Messages and COMF received AIRAZORES'from the ,teams, PBR and swift boat crews, to 5,000 man aircraft, carriers, working and

.1 I Hampered by ,poor visability, commended VP-45 for their swift fighting together. ,
,, high winds and seas in excess of action in these two emergency "You have done your duty well and as we look forward to the return of our .
25 feet, Pelican crews 11, 21'and situations, attributing the rescueof stand tall in the
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four searching for the two aircraft to the exceptional comrades who have spent so much 'as prisoners, you can '
22 spent days '
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,,I called off when debris from the alert reactiqns shown by the E. R. Zumwalt, Jr., Admiral, U.S. Navy. .
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Lyonnalse Potatoes, Choice of Luncheon Chips, Sliced Tomatoes, Onions BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Navy Bean, Pork Sausage, Baked Pork & Beans,
Meat or Pork Sausage, Pastry Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles, Soup, Grilled Cheeseburgers, French Chilled Tomato Juice, Pastry Bar. Sunday
Dar. Mustard, Catsup Salad Dressing, Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Dessert DINNER: Vegetable Soup, Fried Divine Worship 8:30.a.m.. .
DINNER: Cream of Potato Soup, Dessert Bar.SUPPER Bar Ham Steaks, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, at All Saints Chapel.
Fried Flounder or Chill Con Carne w- : Breaded Pork Chops, SUPPER Yankee Pot Roast Beef, Golden Potato Balls, Buttered Lima Church School 9:30: a.m.:
Steamed Rice, Buttered Beets, Fried Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Brown Natural Gravy, Franconia Potatoes, Beans, Seasoned Carrots, Southern Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
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BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Dessert Bar.SUPPERa.
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The JAX AIR NEWS .it a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to Baked Tuna & Noodles or
Order, Grilled French Toast Maple Grilled Liver, Gravy,
distributed each Thursday at. the U.S. Naval Air Station, Syrup, Choice of Luncheon Meat or Potatoes, Boiled Blackeyed O'Brien Peas Tuesday

Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Pork Sausage, Hashed Brown Buttered Broccoli Spears, Salad Bar Senior at Choir Bldg.'Rehearsal 750 and 7

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Potatoes Pastry Bar.BRUNCHut10a.m.. Vanilla Wafers, Cherry Jello. p.m.Christian Science Service 8

must be forwarded to the Public Affair Office, Box 2, NAS .Turkey Noodle Wednesday, Feb.7 p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Soup Chili Macaroni, French Fried BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Fried
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News EggS to Order
Potatoes Baked Beans, Salad Bar, ,-Grilled Hot Cakes w.
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Pastry Bar.
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.L race, creed, color, national 'origin or sex of the purchaser Boiled Carrots, Seasoned Brussels Snowflaked Potatoes, Cornbread Service, 10:30 a.m. In ..
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refusal to print advertising.from that source." BREAKFAST Cooked Farina, Washington Cream Pie, Brownies. 5 at
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creased from $10,000 to $15,000. payable if the "missing" status OPEL
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LCDR E.L. Lassiter, Officer in Charge, Fleet Air Intelligence.
Support Center, held their first personnel inspection at building 10
NAS Cecil on 15 December 1972. Formerly known as FAID JAX and
located at NAS Jacksonville, FAISC Cecil moved to its new location on
w 10 November and opened under the new title 27 November 1972. The
M Fleet Air Intelligence Support Center, Cecil is tasked to supporting all
Attack Squadrons located at HAS Cecil Field.

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Jax All candidates Tomato Soup, Chopped Swiss Minestrone Soup, Shortribs of A 1
for Steaks with Mushroom Sauce, Beef with Cabbage, Baked Ham .j
the Warrant Officer Spaghetti with Meat Sauce,Liver with Sweet Potatoes, Chili and 1

Program must RESUB- $ with Onions, 7 oz. Chopped Rice,7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. k t
MIT their special request Sirloin, Fish.French French Fried Potatoes, ti

chits no later than March wE'.rai Fried Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes<<: Rice with &
1. Mashed Potatoes, Rice with Gravy, Baked Egg Plant, \I
Gravy, Green Lima Beans, Blackeyes, String Beans. V
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Only those candidateswho sa Spinach, Okra & Tomatoes. Sweet Potato Pie, Boston'' ,*

are E-7 or E-6 who Combination Salad, Tossed Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Assorted.'.

have passed the August NAVY RELIEF NURSE RETIRE$ Ruby Tate receives a plaque Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Puddings. : .
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1972 E-7 examinations from Capt. D.J. Childers, NAS Jax XO, lauding her 11 years of service Jello, Fruit Jello, Fruit Cup, Thursday.Feb.8
are 1
Bean Chicken Pan
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Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Soup Pip, {
as a Navy Relief Visiting Nurse.
Watching the
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eligible for the current presentation Capt. J. Steaks with.Yellow Rice
Country ,
Cottage Cheese, Cucumber & n
M. Danielson, NAS Jax Senior
Chaplain Capt. Paul Kaufman Naval .
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Warrant Officer Program. Hospital and regional Navy medical director also Tomato, Health Salad Beans with Franks,7 oz. Chopped ,,!.
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presented a plaque .'
Please include to her. Apple Pie, Coconut Cream Pie, Sirloin, Fish Cakes with Potato'., ):' i;
and Yellow Cake with Icing Salad., : M ;r
Department depart- Assorted Puddings. French Fried ,Potatoes, ,' 1
ment telephone number on Navy Continues Pollution FightJax Tuesday.Feb.6 Mashed Potatoes, Rice with \

all request chits. Chicken Noodle Soup, Pan Gravy, Broccoli,. Macaroni and ,_ t
For any other pertinent Roast Beef with New Potatoes, Cheese, Peas. ;
information regarding the Significant developments study will compare all alternatives Barbecue Pork on Buns, Fried Chocolate Cream Pier Coconut !':
in the Navy's air and water for transferring sewage, Cake with ., 1
Warrant Officer Chicken, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Layer Icing, Apple )
Program, pollution abatement program are galley and laundry wastes, liquid Fish. Pie, Assorted Puddings. j w;;
call Ext. 2596 or 2597. on the way at the Naval Facilities industrial wastes,oily wastes and French Fried Potatoes, Friday Feb.9 ,. Jl >j

Engineering Command in solid wastes from ships to Mashed Potatoes, Rice with Seafood Gumbo, Trout j f;: '

Washington, including systemsfor shoreside disposal facilities. Gravy, Great Northern Beans, Almondine, Stuffed Peppers,with ", .i ':f''.
JOWC control of harbor spills and Results will provide a basis for Turnip Greens, Corn." Creole Sauce, Vegetable Beef > '-.. I J
disposal of wastes from ships in long-range, ship-to-shore transfer Combination Salad, Tossed Stew 'with Rice, 7 oz. Chopped f' ,!
port. of wastes.In Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Sirloin Steaks. ) 'I I

To combat harbor oil spills, a related development, the Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, French Fried Potatoes, :\ r j
MeetingJax containment booms have already Navy Resale System Office is Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Mashed Potatoes, Rice with. '\\1
been delivered to 40 activities, trying to alleviate the problem of Cottage Cheese, Carrot & Raisin, Gravy, Stewed Tomatoes, : : ?.:I
with more deliveries scheduled solid waste accumulation., Potato Salad.Pineapple. Blackeyes, Fresh Carrots. : \ )

The JOWC will, meet during fiscal year 1973. In a recent notice, all Navy Cream Pie, Strawberry Short Cake, Lemon 1
Wednesday, Feb. 7 at 11 a.m. in Procurement plans call for exchanges were urged to Chocolate Cake with Icing, Apple Meringue Pie, Apple Pie, V..
the Officers Club.A skimmer boats for major fleet, "positively align themselves with Pie, Assorted Pudding. Assorted Puddings. i
luncheon is scheduled for bases and smaller systems for any local action program that .'' : '
areas of lighter fleet the sale of I 1 ,. I .
noon with a speech by Dr. R.L. con- fosters or promotes \ I
Coberly, a noted Jacksonville centrations.A products in returnable con Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-10 p.mt : 1 .;
psychologist to follow. Dr. program for receiving and tainers", including soft drinks '
Coberly will speak to the group on treating bilge pumpings and one and malt beverages. O PICK-UP & DELIVERY i n

Personality Differences.To for treating oily water and During the next two fiscal Q ROAD SERVICE : \ '1,j
reservations call recovering oil will also be Implemented years, 1973 and 1974 it is expected :
make ,
(Q MECHANIC ON DUTY ;
this fiscal year. that 140 million dollars 'tf
Mrs. Marilyn Salyer at 2642741or '
at 2647748by Also underway at present is a will be spent on construction to O AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARSBOi'S j 1 {
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1973
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Rep. Bennett IntroducesNew ,:r"I" Officer

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Military Pay Act v ",":'..,, RestrictedJax

'"; ; Jax U.S. Representative such as electronics repairmen." -, l'.'
I r Charles E. Bennett (D- Bennett continued, "If the Additional restrictions
r Jacksonville)has announced that military were to attempt to have ,been placed on officer
he has introduced the Voluntary compete with civilian industryfor / promotions, according to a
Military Special Pay Act with 116 high caliber individuals ; .",, message received this week from
cosponsors.The through the usual mechanism of the Chief of Naval Operations.
legislation contains an across-the-board increase for They are as follows:
enlistment and reenlistment each pay grade, the cost would be a.Promotions to Rear Admiralwill
incentives for the active and prohibitive. We must develop a be delayed until June I, 1973.
reserve forces.Congressman. new approach, one which b. Active commissioned service -
Bennett said that maintains the quality of our for Lieutenants has been
the bill represents "a dramatic military personnel, without changed to 24 months.
departure from our traditional placing an undue burden upon the r. c. Effective Dec. 13, 1972
notions military pay." American taxpayer. Lieutenants Junior Grade willhave
The Florida lawmaker explained The Voluntary Military Special to serve 24 months of active
"The pay increases, Pay Act alters traditional commissioned service.d. .
which the 92nd Congress enacted, compensation policy by Warrant Officer promotionshave
eliminated poverty in the authorizing a cost-effective set of been delayed until June 1,
military and assisted in bringingan incentives at key enlistment and
end to the draft by June 30, reenlistment points in areas of 1973.Admiral Zumwalt said the
1973. The Voluntary Military short supply. "Because it is changes were necessary because
Special Pay Act _provides a selective, the incentive will be "even after the Presidential
flexible set of incentives to fur granted only to those occupationswhich freeze ends
ther enhance the efficiency of present special manning WHEN YOU'RE TRAVELING around Jacksonville, make sure youaren't ditional on cost promotions actions will, ad-be
manpower management in the problems," said Bennett.He wearing your dungaree work,uniform. Being stopped by the to reduce
absence of the draft." added that those ser. Shore Patrol could leave both you and your companion In a bind.Fish necessary." personnelcost.
Bennett said, "In our present vicemen not receiving the special T
military pay structure, compensation incentives will be maintained in a
is strictly equated with competitive position through & Chips Night AnnapolisAlumni
rank. This outmoded system existing authority for pay hikes
ignores the,reality of a ,modern associated with promotions,
defense force-within each rank longevity and increases hi',the Set At Galley One
there are many different military cost of living.According .
jobs, each requiring a unique to Bennett, "By
level of training, aptitude and utilizing this legislation hi all Jax Enlisted personnel and their guests are cordially MeetingJax
sophistication."While occupations with high training invited to enjoy Fish & Chips Night Feb. 7 at the

the old system provides costs, the training portion of the NAS Jax Enlisted Dining Hall. The Jacksonville
a sufficient incentive to enlist in military budget can be reducedat All guests are required to be accompanied by an Chapter of the U.S. Naval
many military occupations, it is the same time as the experience -
incapable of meeting manning level of our armed forces active duty military sponsor. Academy Alumni
requirements in technical areas.,._ is enhanced.," Please make your reservations not later than Feb. 5 Association will meet at 6
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by calling Ext. 3302 or 3669. p.m. today at the NAS Jax

The menu: Fish Gumbo Soup, Fish & Chips, Spicy Officers Club.A .

Vinegar, Tartar Sauce, Sea Food Cocktail Sauce, Hot Prime Roast Beef

I LTZJr. Spiced Beets, Salad Bar, Dessert Bar, "Niantic" Punch. Dinner will be available

foe$2.50.per person.To .
Without AdvertisingYou make reservations,
Bins at
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1-; NWCA Jax 86 Installs New OfficersCANDLELIGHT : < 'I'




I, Jax-"Let there be peace on Earth". I
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I While these words were being Mrs. Celmer expressed her

sung by Mrs. Robert Homer, the hope for a very productive and

I II Ir I newly installed officers of NWCA successful year.
r Jax 86 walked down the aisle of New board members helping
the Catholic Chapel here her in this 26th year of NWCA Jax

I Saturday after being installed by 86 are: Mrs. Harry McAllister,
) Chaplain Benard Blasich in a vice president; Mrs. Raymond I

candlelight service. Ganthner, recording secretary; :
Before the ceremony, the club Mrs. Conrad Hardy, I
members had attended corresponding secretary; Mrs.
%; ceremonies marking the Eugene Kubisiak, treasurer;

beginning of the cease fire in Mrs. Martin Scully, parlimen-.
Vietnam and perhaps peace on tartan; and Mrs. Richard Croley,

part of the Earth. chaplain. i I,

AW 5 Following a banquet at the CPO Outgoing 1972 officers were: ;i

Club, guest speaker Capt. Mrs.Thomas Bennett,president; :
( William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax Mrs. Ronald Celmer, vice ;

CO, challenged the club to president; Mrs. ;

'i' I I traditional patriotism saying, "If Ganthner, recording secretary; r i
we feel love of country, respectfor Mrs. Conrad Hardy, I
F our flag, loyalty to the Constitution corresponding secretary; Mrs.
faith in elected leadersare Richard Balling, treasurer; Mrs.
M important to us, then it is up Kenneth Black', parlimentarian;

to each of us to make a special or and Mrs. Charles Davis,
renewed effort to promote the chaplain.

good old 'fashioned patriotism
Special Awards
among our community.
In presenting the gavel to Mrs. After saying "NWCA is part of

Ronald Celmer, the new Jax 86 our lives", Mrs. Jay Perry, the
club's points ,chairman,
CEREMONY Jax U's 1973 officers are Installed by Chaplain tenard Blasich. President, Mrs. Margaret presented awards earned by
President of
The new officers are (L-R): Mrs. Richard Croley chaplain Mrs. Eugene Kubisiak,treasurer; Mrs. Conley, National members for their club work
Ganthner, Mrs. Ronald Celmer, Mrs. McAllister, NWCA and former:president and
Raymond recording secretary; president Harry during the past year.The four top
vice-president; Mrs. Conrad Hardy, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Martin Scully, parlimen- life member of Jax 86, remarkedthat girls received special gifts.
she knew that the club could
tarian. First place honors went to Mrs.
meet Capt.Sizemore's challenge.
Davis with 880 hours of work for
all remember "So
She asked to ,
Under CHAMPUS inpatientcare 'abide these the club.Mrs. Howard Soha's 845
faith, hope, charity ,
f normally will be providedin of these is hours earned her second place
the
', three; but greatest
,,'' .' '..'-," ;"_, : Bennett with 808 hours and fourthto
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+ i i1I !\iq i i 'i i\i1IH\ : lifi. 1'W!\. r rr 13 H I IL ILi i Guards Mrs. Balling of with office 803 hours.were

Klua II pi !. t. :II.' I. ::1 1. :II. ', ; I presented by Mrs. Celmer and
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THIS 2 FOR 1 OFFER.2forl J
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SYMBOL OF LEADERSHIP-MI Ronald Celmer, (Right) new Mrs. Rusty Howard, National
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Year Pins Kingston G. Wolf '\' i' {

Earl 0. Snyder -', .
Br Alton W. Coldwey Andrew Ski .- ,.} '
., x Albert D. Martin Michael HaloostockGeorgeC.Bennett '- n. .
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tW Dominic Cnmmlsso.i "
', \ k a ',a tiF Archie ,'
u rI Boatwright Thomas E. Bourne ::
James N. Benardine Edward A. Nettles .t.:.'
: J Q. Edward R. McQuarrie Walter M. Crouse

), r j,.. /4 99j Louis T. Pescara Preston S. Wade # :
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i w t William H. Baker Robert M. Brandon ,

..., Li Louis P. Cobb, Jr. Raymond L. Morkin -.: .
r fj t t William VoltzPasquale '
Paul R. Anderson, Jr. :1
V. Russo William H. Denney yM
Lee A. Walker Harold L. Smith

Frances W. Harrison Fred E. Justice ',
Charles E. Parish James C. Waldron Jr.
;': FIRST IN 30 YEARS-That'$ no ordinary LanceCorporalMa Benton Underwood "
) Joseph F. Lavln, Marine Barracks Joseph H. Freeman ;
k CO, is talking with. She's Diana J. Anderson, the first woman Marine to serve aboard NAS Jax since Forrest A. Goddard, Jr. Sam Sims ;1

K c, Ward H. Chance David E. Holmes :..'. I
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Frederick W. Wood Willoughby H. Chance #

1943.Minority Harold J. Buckingham Maurice S. Daigle ,. :) '
Officers Study Charles M. Edwards :
Group Albert Isaac ; ...
Clarence Thomas Frank E. Rivers

Harry L. King Nathaniel S. Quartermad : .1
William P. Ballard Richard H., Mast #' }
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Issues Recommendations ListA. George L. Lancaster David Jordan .'
L.D. Collins William P. King .
James W. McCullar Jackie B. Johns !
NAVY-COMMAND POLICY: Ensure Officer Fitness reports 6. Schedule weekly flights to Alexander B. Clifton *
1. Make racial discrimination a also include an evaluation in the Philippines for Navy servicemenfrom Billie GoodellElmer 20 Year Plns'

court-martial offense. area of Race Relations by the Philippines.D. J. Brozek Annie W. Tucker
2. Foreign Policy minority personnel in the unit TRUE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Jacob J. Wells James W. Harrington, Jr. j
Prohibit visits (excluding command. Chester F. Dzioba James N. Briggs" "
leave) and stationing of Navy Ensure that CHNAVPERS 1.. Increase Minority George E. Wynn'" James A. Crews \
units and personnel in host monitor all fitness reports for representation in Naval In- Horace Bell Willis M. Moore I
countries practicing racial Race Relations evaluations. vestigative Service at all Naval John Martinez Donald R. Lomax .
discrimination. 2. Eliminate Steward rate and Commands. Arnaldo J. Strada Walter P. Tilke

Prohibit dignitaries, foreign all forms of associated servitude. George H. Holmes James E. Combs .
representatives, tour groups, or 3. Disestablish the minority 2. Ensure maximum usage of Charles H. Dubose John L. Headington
Government officials from those affairs officer. by 1 Dec. 73 at accelerated promotions and deep James Vearil,Jr. Landley V. Howard 1
countries practicing racial which time the Rac? Relations selections of Minority Officers. Earle L. Brown James J. Rochford .
discrimination from boarding Education Program will have 3. Ensure maximum screening Thomas A. Darby James W. Hendricks '
U.S. Naval craft for provided Supervisors and of Minorities for XO-CO

humanitarian or ,other reasons. Commanding .Offices with the ,Positions.
3. MILITARY JUSTICE: tools to do their job effectively. 4.,, Assign more Minority .Officerse.g. -- .,, .. ,
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4., Delete classification .test-
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Exclude the use of Article 15 for Filipino, Minority
purposes of discharge. basic test battery. Affairs Recruiting-CHINFO, VALENTINE -
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Remove from service jacket 6 _. 5. Ensure 100 percent leave for programs in the Navy.. .
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f.-PrOhibit Naval participationin L-" ;, J'J J ..."J J .., J ) .J -' '''J ,
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VFW,Moose Lodge, and Shriners DELORES, BETTY or PAT t." y
and the use of Naval Facilities.B. FOR MONTH OF FEBRUARY :: \ 'IELAINE'S
IMPLEMENT EXISTING GIFTS 1
POLICIES: HAIR FASHIONS
Nautical Charts. Outriggers' .Nautical Wear
:. 1. Establish the same accountability 1.1 Paints *Fish Box(9'.Burgee Jackets EiI' 5124 BLANDING BLVD A 103rd ST. PH 771-0159 .
procedures in all .Hardware *Skus >Table Wear tVIXUDI I.-
directives and programs involving *Repair Materials *Accessories .Other'Goodies

: minorities as exist in I 1 WET STORAGE'MARINC HOISTS*NULL SERVfCf.YACHT,BROKER
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EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTBOARD. STERN DRIVE. INBOARD
other Navy programs. SEE THE NEWEST BOATS. MOTORS,CANOES and TRAILERS

recommendations 2. Complete implementation from previous of PIER 17 MARINA, iNC. p f'i i.

minority retention study groups. i
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4. Ensure proper represen- If you're approaching retirement f

tation of. minorities .in recruiting,
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We have two locations .
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CHAMPUS N ._ a Y- Lj4-1 :' .1 : 1973 Tax Tips .. I .


Changes Are you writing a letter to Your W-2 form is a statement

the IRS t Include your Social from your employer telling how
number-clearly typedor much income tax was withheld
Security
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Policy from To assure a
written on the correspond. your pay.
," ence. Did.the IRS write to you? prompt refund, you should attach -
FFH +lll all W-2'8 to the front of
Jax -- Nonavailability 0 I : I If you're answering a notice
Statements (DD Form 1251)) will notice from the IRS, be sure'to your tax return before mailing,
no longer be issued routinely to include the document locator it to the IRS. IRS needs themto

expectant mothers who wish to number from the notice in your process your return.
deliver in civilian facilities using answer.
"natural childbirth."
CHAMPUS officials note that .: o1T I The IRS says, it pays to fill
the natural childbirth method is ':ft, out your tax 'return carefully. The IRS says it's easier to fill
now used when requested in some '- First, check your arithmetic. out your Federal income tax return -
uniformed services medical 'n Second, use the peel-off address if you use last year's return -

facilities. Therefore, the decisionto ( ..' label on your tax package. as a guide. Keep copies of
issue a Nonavailability State- Third, make sure your social your old returns. They mighteven
ment will be based upon the j d security number, name and ad- contain some moneysavingideas.
actual nonavailability of the dress are correct. And finally Think ahead-save this
natural childbirth method in the sign your return. Help yourselfget year's return to help you next

uniformed service facility issuingthe an earlier refund. year. .
statement.
"In lieu of no other suggestions, I am going to take Lieutenant The Internal Revenue Service
Only dependents of active
duty Barne's recommendation and rotate the chart one quarter turn says, for income tax advice tax-
personnel residing with their
clockwise! should the IRS's annual
try
payers mother?
sponsor within 30 miles of a Are you a working
uniformed services hospital must bestseller "Your Federal Do you have children who must
obtain a Nonavailability New Action Line Income Tax." Small business be cared for during your work
"Tax Guide
Statement before receiving in- owners should check ing hours? If you have, remem-
patient care under CHAMPUS. for Small Business." Both easy- ber that there are special tax
Dependents who are separatedfrom to-re.ad books sell for seventyfive law provisions that allow deduc-
their active Helps Retirees cents each at IRS district month
duty sponsor, tions of up to $400 per
living more than 30 miles from a offices or major post offices. for child-care, expenses of the

uniformed services hospital, or Make it official! Sign your income working mother. For more information -
living in Iowa, Minnesota, The Action Line to answer the-clock. A taped answering tax return before mailingit or assistance with

Oregon, Vermont, West Virginiaor questions about the new pro- service will record incomingcalls to the IRS. Both husband and your particular situation, check

Wisconsin have free choice posed Nondisability Retirement during non-duty hours, wife must sign a joint return.If with your local IRS. office for
between CHAMPUS and care in a System has a new set of auto-
details.
however, DoD experts in Wash- you forget, the IRS will haveto
uniformed services facility, as do von numbers to dial.
ington, D.C.: will man the phones send it back to you for a sig-
retirees, their dependents and The new numbers are: 22-
from 0830 to 1700 hours (EST) nature. So do it right-It may
dependents of deceased mem 51555. 22-51556, 2251557.
mean an earlier refund.
bers. Because the new system is so Monday through Fridays. The IRS says, if you workedfor

In'other CHAMPUS develop- complex it became the basis for Replies to incoming calls will The IRS says, use the correct more than one employer last
ments, CHAMPUS officials many misinterpretations and ru- be given over the telephone, if Social Security number when year, you may be able, to save
announced this week that mors. Now members of the possible, but mail will also be you file your income tax return. money on taxes. If your total
Acupuncutre, Infra-Code and Armed Forces stationed in the used to speed answers to the Check the peel-off label on your ,Social Security payments were

colonic irritations are techniquesthat continental United States can field. tax forms package to see that more than $468, you can claiman
cannot be approved under dial direct for answers. Callers are urged to query your number, name, and addressare income tax credit on your
CHAMPUS. Infra-Code is a new The new communications their local personnel offices first correct. Use the label on 1040 return. Check the tax instructions -
training program for the deaf. channels will be opened round- before calling the Action Line.! the return you file. and your W-2 forms.

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HOLT PUBLISHING Publisher 'COMPANY _CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Movie Schedule


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JAX AIR NEWS ;
CALL 388-2755
NAS Jacksonville :

Ads Should be mailed to arrive not !later than
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday
LATWINGER
= Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be Thursday. 1 BE COUNTED"
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISING I = published the following week unless the NAS: "MACBETH" Dx-ma. Sunday,Feb.4
= publisher is Instructed otherwise. A check or Starring Jon Finch and Fran-
NAS "FAT CITY"
: Drama
OFFICE money order for the full cost of the ad must be
received WITH the copy for the ad. cesca Annis. "R" (140 min.) Starring Stacy Keach and Jeff,
4747 San JuarvAvenueJacksonville = HOSPITAL: "FIDDLER ON
Bridges. "PG" ((97 min.)
Florida =. RATE Plrlddltlon.lllnl(4words..rllnl minimum charge lines) I).to THE ROOF" Musical Starring HOSPITAL: "THE SUN

) .5' Topol and Norma Crane. "G" FLOWER" .

((179 min.) Monday Feb.5
---------------- ---------- --- - -- -" ....,, n ; ,; ;'" p '; U Friday,Feb.2 NAS: "GREEN MANSION"

BABYSITTING NAS: "STAND UP AND BE Drama, Starring Audrey: Hep
ORANGE
'ft :' g Will watch Infant In my home,5-6 daysa 2BR, Apts. Furn. or PARK Unfurn., Dish COUNTED "Comedy, Starring burn and Anthony Perkins. "PG"
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week $25. per week.. .2648387. washer Drapes, carpets, Elizabeth Jacqueline Bisset and Gary (104 min.)
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1 ( Apts., 771-1465 or 771-3355. .Lockwood. "PG" (99 min.) HOSPITAL: "FAT CITY"

FLOOR.WAXER PART-TIME WANTED- ;;ttJ.: ,{ qfiSr: !;il.t1Wf;: WILMAR APARTMENTSAir HOSPITAL: "MACBETH"Saturday., Feb.3 NAS: Tuesday"ONE IS Feb.A LONELY 6

Conditioned,
2 bedroom Living
Approx. 5 hrs. nightly, Sun. thru room, Kitchen, Bftstnook, parking NAS: "THE SUNFLOWER" NUMBER" Comedy Drama

Thurs., apprentice $1.75, experienced- WE BUY 4 SELL EQUITIESCall space for 2 cars, water, sewage, Drama Starring Sophia Loren Starring Trish Van Devere and
i $2.00, Call 396-4021, after 6 P.M. us for Quick service garbage, lawn service. Furnished and Marcello Mastroianni. "G" Monte Markham. "PG" (97 min.) ,Y';\

ADVERTISING SALES Morrison (I.Taylor, Inc.4S43Weconnett $120., Unfurnished $100. plus 4 percent (105 min.) HOSPITAL : "GREEN ",
sales tax. 387-2541 weekends,
Blvd. 3890744.
(Male or Female) HOSPITAL: "STAND UP AND MANSIONS" ::
, 71-3052, 737-384
Local established, respected mediumIs i '
IOMINUTES CECIL2 BR TRAILER
,. expanding In the Jax Market. Low .4. w I 1
Carpeting, AC, patio & awning, Ig.
QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY
approach sells easily. Good
pressure Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. fenced lot, no pets, adults preferred, '" '
Commission will net active salesman $115 'tC"b.L17l ': Ji.,.,,
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mo. 7715932. ,
Edward O.Lyon, Broker 389-0361 '
$200 week to start. Also fringes, profit --- -
, sharing. Brief resume' to P. O. Box

245, Orange Park, Fla. 32073. Fenced yard 3BR,2B, fruit PRETTY trees very nice 1 I2E[ t t1i(1:! (

$16,000. :
TEACHER WANTED .
VANSANDT, REALTOR 387-1213 -
, Private school & day care center, JUSTISSTRAILER PARK
experienced In elementary grades, rfORMANDY ACRES 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern !

and able to assist in school office, Call 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road trailer and apts. 389-3007. ...

354-0116.: frontage, 2 to 20 Acre tracts. Land Is
the best Investment for the future. MOBILE HOME
Other tracts available over Southwest 64 x 12 Ramanda, '69, 3BR., $3,756.
HELP WANTED Jacksonville Private owned, 771747370PARKWOOD -
I Attendants and mechanics, all hours, Wynne Realty of Florida
, apply In person to 339-5514 389-8503 :: -c
! Sarge's American Service Station Cent. Heat & Air. Equity. Assume gJ

i 201 Hwy. 17,Orange Park WHITE FENCE FARMS Pmts. Call after 6 P.M. 772-921: 0-

Located In the heart of Arizona's

BE AGOODWIFE MOTHER finest farming and hunting country, t
I And still earn extra Income. Part-time near historic Safford (County seat of laltt! !!!!.' .., .
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12 or 3 evenings weekly. No Investment Graham County.) Great year-round r
i or deliveries. Car necessary. Call 264i climate. W acres, $1,100 low terms. "NO SWEAT COLONEL-I'LL CONCEDE THAT PtJTTI!"
i 3086 for: appt. For full Information, please write to BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY ..
Mrs. A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., Used VW's compacts, other foreign
2233 North 7th Street, Phoenix 85006. makes. Astro Motors, 6566 NormandyBlvd. 1'r ,,'
781-4978.
o} +t't; SHERRY %
GREEN COVE SPRINGS '59 VW CHilDERS't

Residential,Lots,Acreage Excel. Cond.,$249.,Contact Lt. Cmdr. COCKTAIL HOUR, 5-8:30, PM .
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES OF JAX Chas.:Mobley, Realtor I 284-9365 King 2975-76 or 264-3033. -
I,Fabrication In rescreening, window Lee Duncan,Associate 264-6861 "
BUD FRETWELL
screens, screen doors, patio & pool '72 PINTO,3-DR.OR 2-DR.
[enclosures, aluminum roofs & car 3BR.,2B.HOME Both fully equipped, excel. Mech. "" ENTERTAINMENT NITELY Y I

ports, free estimates. Owned & WoW Carpeting, CH&A, $2600 equity, Cond.t-264-2973
!operated by: Norman T. Abrams, take over pmts.of$162. mo.,772-0510. ::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
:. USN retired, Paul TInney, 2568 Edison 'MUSTANG

Ave., :3841242. Fastback, 302 Eng., 3-Spd.. AC, R&H,
IN REAL ESTATE MATTERS RATES
4 SPECIAL per person
7374143. 00
Call Wayne Shrum $6
' KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER FORSERVICEMENEntertainment double occupancy
Blanding Agency Inc.Realtors
Responsible party take up pmts of $5.a -771-9513 '70 CHEVY NOVA Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood

month. Call dealer. 7728936. 6-cyllnder, Automatic transmission, Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic .. ",
CALLA SHIPMATEJoe power steering,AM-FM Radio. Car In Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking. .' \
A recorded message by Roplak (RET Navy) excellent condition Must sell. Call ;
SCOTT EDWARDS Licensed Real Estate Salesman 778-0188 after 5 P.M. i

Tells you how to be a Representing _w
DISC JOCKEY Blanding Agency, Inc.Realtors .
call 355-2944 any hour. Approved for Home 781.7715 Office 771.9513 1966 BUICK SKYLARK
veterans. Columbia School of Like new, blue w blue vinyl bucket MOTOR HOTEL '
Braodcastlng. San Francisco. Not 3BR,2B. HOME seats, Console, AT, AC, PS, radio .
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by Lg.Fam. Rm., Fncd. Backyard, dbl. Power seats, Power windows, excellent 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744
home study. dr.. Ig. patio, CH&A, quiet St., cond., Must be driven to be
Sidewalk,In Oge.'Pk.310002642033. appreciated, $675. January Within walking distance to.all points Interest..

LIVE CRABS Automotive, Call 387-2839.1643 Cassat
Wilford's Fish Camp ORTEGA HILLS Ave.
264-9707 4-BR., 2B., CH&A, price drastically .
reduced $22,500. Immediate ABOVE AVERAGE .

possession. 1969 Datsun, 4-dr., 510, red with white
TYLER'S HEATING&AIR COND.. vinyl top, black bucket seats, 4-spd. "
Central & Wall Furnaces, .space EXCELLENT LOCATION transmission,radio! ,heater,a real gas GOODJYEAR
heaters, cleaned & repaired. 3BR.. with' Den, ww'carpet, !tlt. saver,$650. January Automotive, Call" .

Lakeshore, 4711 Palmer, 3885161. equip., fenced yard, Immediate 381.2839 1643 Cassat Ae. SERVICE .
possession VA or FHA terms.
STORES By Grants Plaza

NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS IMMACULATE HOME '67VWCONV. 778-0131

Consoles some with ,AM-FM, tape 3BR. with, Den, w-w Carpet and R&H,44,000 mi. $640
players. At dealers cost to liquidate drapes, CH&A, fenced yard,excellent '67 TEMPEST
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. location. Owner will listen to offers. 2-dr.,6-cyl.,3-spd.R&H $490 YOUR CHOICE $2777
Louise T.Bailey,Real Estate '62 VOLVO
Broker 2-dr., R&H .$**0-
BUY,SELL,OR TRADE 771.3605 '
CORTINA
68
,furniture,antiques,fishing
Used
guns
5 ROOM HOME & GARAGE R&H,46,000actualml. $640
gear, and misc. |unk. J & J HOUSEOF 2158 Sydney Street Installbrake linings all wheels..
ASTRO MOTORS
DEALS, |lust north of NAS at 6073B. Newly remodeled. Stove, Refrlg., 6566 Normandy Blvd. BRAKE Includes VW's,'Toyotas',Datsun-
Blvd.
Roosevelt Floor furnace, 2 AC Units, HW heater, {drum type).
Hardwood floors Fireplace, Fenced Wheel cyls. $8.50 ea.-Drums turned
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FOR SALE Lovely landscape. $14,500. MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE
backyard RELINE $3.00 ea.-Front grease teals $4.75
302,V 8,3-Spd.transmission,
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STATION WAGON,1963 FORD $100. 246-8383 or 3883717. Return springs $1.00 extra
pr. ea.
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r Not Your Problem? : I j' ,' ..'. ;, \ Free

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t By SP4 Donald R. Burge .
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.. Job InfoThe
,YOU don't use drugs and the amount of alcohol you drink in a week
1\f,/ Isn't enough to addict a will-less mouse. You're tired of readinj
\. and hearing about it and, besides, the Service has the problem unde:
control with its many punitive and rehabilitative programs. U.S. Civil"Service Com-
h mission reemphasizes that citi-
The only time the problem really confronts you is when one of the< zens interested in Federal employment
I men in your section finds himself in an addicted or dependent state can get job informa-
and starts seeking a way out. He seeks professional help and you tion free from any of the Com-
find yourself short of man power for a couple of weeks. The whole + mission's 90-plus information

j situation is a nuisance.IF centers around the country.

the man was a "real man" he could rid himself of his problem, Li rJ The Commission's action follows -

and, after all, you know he's just.shamming anyway. Right? Ar. numerous inquiries about
commercial advertisements appearing -
At the end of his period of rehabilitation the man returns ,to duty.He's in newspapers across
still a little unsure of himself, his defenses are down, it f is the country implying that Fed-
taking everything he has, all his conscious energy, just to keep eral employment may be obtained
"straight* and what does he hear the first day back'at work: payment of a fee.
EXCHANGE AWARD Gerald Harvey receives congratulation; upon
"Hello Joe, how was your vacation? How did you enjoy the ens;) from Cdr Donald F. Springer, Navy Exchange Officer, for finishing The Commission has no legal
life while the rest of us vorked like maniacs?" the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration course second in his class authority to require an offending -

Oh sure, it's all-said in a joking tone (complete with chuckles), firm to cease and desist
from such advertising but repeatedly -
but do you think Joe will laugh much?
that
makes it clear no
,
{ Unless he is ah extraordinary human being he'll probably ask firm or school has the right to
himself, "What the hell?" and find himself Wanting and needing a promise a Federal job.

); "fix" (or a drink) more than he ever thought he would again. Basket Battleground ; Organizations placing the ,ads

U LATER that same day, Joe is back with the same guys Jie always in question do not identify spe-
hung around with'and, as always, they will probably ask if he want: cific jobs with any one; Federal
to get stoned. He may decline at first, and then accept, or he migfr agency but seek to charge per-
remember, all too clearly, the remarks made by you during the day; There's a battle that I wage sons replying to the ad for the
r ." and accept without deliberating at all. Perhaps he'll figure that h< Each day, and never win: .. information. Occasionally, Federal
got hassled when he was a "junkie" or a "drunk" and now he 'is i To pile more papers in my'"Out": .. agencies advertise hard-to-
k f' getting hassled for trying to help himself! and hassles didn't seen Than others pile in "In." '::,;' "!' fill positions. but when they do
i to bother him so much when he was stoned, so why not gel ? e+* the ad is clearly identified as
The battle in the early that of a Federal agency.
f J stoned tHE'S starts morn. I .
Amidst a frightful: din : :- When the Commission receives -
k 1 back on the road again. Will he take into account that he Of clacking keys and clicking heels..,. a citizen complaint or
probably won't need as much to "get off" now as he did before h< so-called
concerning
That strive to fill my "In. -*.I ; i inquiry
tried to "get off?" If he doesn't he could overdose, .and people di< "Civil Service Schools" or firms

r from overdoses. ,'Till noon and past, with flitting eye., r which imply that they can in

f So, drug and alcohol abuse really isn't YOUR problem? Quick hand, and jutting chin, sure a Federal job for a fee, the
I thread the ins and outs of Out," Commission refers the complaint
The outs and ins of "In." to the appropriate Government
.
agency to ascertain whether or

By eventide, I'm glassyeyed.My not a Federal law ,is being. vio- .
nerves are frayed and thin. lated. '
'} Big Chief Say: But everything is piled in'"Out," Complaints referred to possible -
And, likewise, out of "In." mail fraud are referred to
I r the U.S. Postal Service, those
4 THIS BEST BUY But victory is not yet mine: related to possible unfair trade

,. I find, to my chagrin, practices are referred to the
) P I IN MANY MOONS That as my "Out" is emptied Federal Trade Commission, and
A lot more "In" comes in. those related to possible imper-
sonation .of a Federal officialare
fy. .. ; "It is too late," I sadly sigh, referred to the Justice De
"Too late, now, to begin," partment.The .
And so I put my hat on, and Commission's job infor-
b4' .: ir i\\
g\ Leave this place-all in. mation centers were set up

f s t l f around the country to provide
.1 Z ready access to information on
rA I. Li:1I i s j 1 : l( ;i AnonymousBEAUTIFUL ;; : Federal job opportunities, including
"
copies of announcementsand
application forms.
:
Persons living in locations

'j i 1 Ef3 % 1f / -- without Federal job information "-
i 1i centers can call the nearest
II MONARCH'SJ f NEW MOTOR INN Commission within their State,
usually toll-free, for informa-
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I History I r *S =. 4


GEORGE WASHINGTON WILLIAMS ((1849-1891))HISTORIAN
:
Although only 12 when the Civil War broke out, George Washington
Williams enlisted, rising to Sergeant Major in the Union Army. He .
then entered Howard University, graduating in 1868. A Baptist .. ',IIw
minister, newspaper editor and government clerk before turning to
the study of law,he practiced law in Ohio and was elected to the state
legislature,but he became so interested In Black history that he gave
up his usual work to spend seven years researching and writing his
massive two-volume HISTORY OF THE NEGRO RACE AMERICA l aa 6 +
FROM 1619 to 1880. He devoted another five years to writing his r
HISTORY OF THE NEGRO TROOPS IN THE WAR OF THE c.S'r
REBELLION, 1861.1865,thus earning a lasting reputation as the first r
serious student of Black History. .5-

ZORA NEALE HURSTON ((1903-1960))
.....
LITERARY ANTHROPOLOGISTBorn

in Eatonville, an all-Black village of north-central Florida,
Zora Neale Hurston was the seventh of eight children. Her father wasa _____
carpenter and Baptist preacher, her mother a country / ; S
schoolteacher. She attended Morgan State and Howard University \W t
before going on to Barnard College; and after graduating in 1928, she t .e.
studied anthropology for four years under Dr.Franz Boas of Columbia .
University. On Guggenheim and Rosenwald fellowships she was ableto 1' r a
research Black in the south and in
folkways deep the Caribbean.Out
NAVY RELIEF GRADUATION-Capt. Thaddeus T. Coleman, COMFAIRJAX Chief of Staff,
of her experiences came many short stories and articles. Among her
speaks to graduates of the Navy Relief course on the ways Navy Relief helps Navymen and their
eight books were MULES AND MEN, THEIR EYES WERE
Relief ,the graduates also learned general
families. In addition to learning about the Navy program
WATCHING GOD, and her autobiography DUST TRACKS ON A background information about Navy life. '
ROAD. With the composer William Grant Sill, she published a
collection of Bahamiam folk songs. ,

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5. Ensure that Minority J.O.'s
presently associated with the
overall Minority Affairs-Race
.. Relations programs are not af-
fected by career bias when
screened for Destroyer school of
other career enchancing

programs.
6. Ensure Minority

representation on all boards, I ssoak
particularly Medical. CASSAT
These recommendations are only

that. Many of them will require MONTEJAX ARL
, study prior to the decision for
I approval or disapproval. Indeed, .,
many of these recommendationswill
require action by outside HEADQUARTERS
agencies of the government
including, in some cases, .

.:' congressional action. :
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AW2 R.A. GETCHELL signedfor YN2 JOHNNY L. RUSSELL Pouch 7-1971
another 2-year term at FAW- shipped over for six years at VP. ,/ 7." ;'
Anchorage,Alaska 99501 ,
11's Command Tactical Support 56. 1. i ,7 I ITo

Center. Uniformed Alaskan NativesIf
ADCS JOHN R. PATRICK :
reenlisted for two at VP56.
years you (or anyone you know) are at least one quarter
degree Alaskan Indian Aleut or Eskimo, and a U.S. citizen
and were born before December 18, 1971, there is a chance
that you are eligible to apply for benefits outlined under
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the Commander-in-Chief last year.

The Federal Government has authorized distribution of
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\ r'r' a. Deadline for applying in March 30, 1973.

Those who think they may be eligible may request an
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LiJAXC "boosted"AMH3 MICHAEL his career, when KURTZ he Anchorage Alaska 99510 I', ;(: J>. _" : :,. ', ,.'"elf.'r" .
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VP45Topples Medical Out-Muscles FICEUR I


Mu 7 After' FICEUR Downs Air OpsJax


Medical, with five wins Medical had only one go out on

and two losses, probably went fouls.
NDRCJax into their game with riCEUR: Johnson had 17,Douglas 12 and
1e j last week expecting an easy win Attanasio 12 for Medical but
against a team that had only won FICEUR had the two high men in
VP-45 claimed sole c1u. ,-( ;- two of its six games. While they the game with Martin hitting for
possession of first place in the .#' did get the win,71-65, it probably 25 and Smerchan coming up with
American Basketball League last w proved to be one of the roughestof 18. :,
week when they handed NDRC a the season for the Medical Earlier in the week FICEUR
79.661oss. team. had picked up its second win of
The loss was NDRC's first one Foul shots ended up providingthe the season with 76-72 win over Air

of the season and left VP-45 with; winning margin in the gameas Ops.Both ,
the only undefeated record in the both teams scored the same teams went into halftime
American League. 4 k amount of field goals with 27 with 37 points and it proved to bea

NDRC kept things close dprin, apiece. Both teams had ample pretty even game throughout,
the first half, trailing by only]; \ opportunities at the line as but Martin's 23 and Pearson's 23
three. VP-45 took charge during I } < FICEUR committed 29 fouls to points proved to offset Fjuge's 22:
the second half, however, whe: .. ,,t i. Medical's 22.FICEUR only made and Warner's 18 enough for the

NDRC lost it's two top scorers to : ; j 11 of their attempts while win.
fouls in the closing moments f of ? Medical was making 17 of theirs Air Ops Wins

the game. NATIONAL LEAGUE BOWLING CHAMPS PHI W. Leapline of and this proved to be the marginof .,

Luchi had 21 and Manville 1 15 the Fleet Air Photo Lab was presented with the trophy his Flap Jax victory. 80-76 1:
before they fouled out. Malloy led team won for a first place finish In the recently concluded National: Another factor in the loss for By ,,
the winners with 24 and Bell had Bowling League by Capt. Donald J. Childers, NAS XO. Watching FICEUR was the fact that they Jax After losing their first
far right Is LCdr. Charles Sherwood,officer-in-charge'of the Fleet AirPhoto had four men foul out while game of the week,. The Air Ops'
Lab. team came back a few days later E
17.Hospital EdgesCommunications INTRAMURALBASKETBALL I to win their second of the season,

VP-5 Rips Marine BarracksJax 80-76 over MATSG.
Air Ops held a 13 point lead at

VP-5 had no trouble half when they scored 58 points. halftime in the game but had to
STANDINGS hang on for dear life to salvage a'
Jax Communications and maintaining their second place The three men mainly respon-
when MATSG ,
Hospital met in a battle of the< spot in the National League last sible for those 58 points were four point victory in 'the second ':'
third and fourth place teams i in week when they walked away Haake who scored 16 of his 20, AMERICAN LEAGUE came on strong

the National League last week with a 100-52 win over the Marine Bearden with 14 of his 20 and W LVP45 half. with'23 ..
lean Slider with all 14 of his 9 0 Frierson led Air Ops
and it was ,the fourth place Barracks.The came up 18
,'
while Martin picked
emerging victorious when points in that big second half., NDRC 7 1 points up

Hospital edged Communication! biggest part of the MadFoxe's Bryant was high man for the MEDICAL ,' :'' "',6 2 Warner MATSG's 15 and comeback Fruge Leading attempt a
in the second Marines with 15. 5' 2 '
points came VP.24 .
62-60. were Johnson who scored 14 of his :
2' 1 J
Communications held a 34-3 VP.16 4 5 18 in the second half and Hunt
the firs (::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Public Works VW-4' with 15 of his 18 coming in the
after
lead over Hospital FICEUR 2 5
two periods but Hospital cam .NavyMarineBowling MATSG 2 6 second half.
back on the strength of Kaelin'' Trips NATTCJax AIR OPS 2 6'

16 points. Kaelin, who finishe AIMD 0 10
with 19, picked up the slack left -Public Works easily won
by Fuller who was held to eight Standings its fourth game against five NATIONAL LEAGUE
points in the second half afte losses last week with a 98-42 win W L

coming up with 17 in the first hall W L over NATTC. HAWKS ,8 0
Schindel was high man for LITTLE BEARS 44 16 Spencer was the top man for VP-5 8 1
Communications with'28. POWELL PLYMOUTH 37 23 Public Works with 19 while COMMUNICATIONS 6 3
hit.for 17 Martin for 16' ,5 4 .. .
FRA BRANCH-91 37 23 Gordon ,, HOSPITAL ','-i!' ,- -
VP-24 Stops CLEANDRUNKS 35 241kWHITEY'S and London for 16. Fourteen ofLondon's PUBLIC WORKS 4 5
in the second 2 5
FISH CAMP 2831% 16 came MARTD
KLANKERS 28 32 half. NARJAX 2 5 1higT
ANCHOR .
ColdJax
AIMD 7
AUTOBAHNS 26 34 MARINE BKS 2 ;
MAKE-UPS 4 56 NATTC 1 8 ,
VP-24 won its fifth game
against two losses last week when brazier

they dealt AIMD their tenth VP-16 HaltsHurricanes $50.000
straight loss without a win. w Izcr'

If you could just count the< LIFE INSURANCE ," (

second half of a game you could* UNDER. AGE 35 .. ,.. .. ,,'.
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give AIMD a 49-47 win but sine ;:;:;::f:;::':..;":"'{ ::::" :::=- ::::::::::;'::::::: ':':::.::::::"::::? :;: :

the first half counts,also, AIMI Jax VP-16 won its second Coverage
lost 8767.When you only score 18' game in three tries since a recent CheaPer ''an Family extra mo.
points during the entire first hal return from deployment when SEG 53

its tough to win game as VF they knocked off VW-4 8576. :
any : ::: :' : : /1
24 rolled to a 40-18 halftime lead* The Eagles had four men in tlffilV BENEFIT ASSOCIATIONUNDERWRITTEN
and AIMD's comeback effort double figures with Shepard at BY I

proved too little and too late. the top with 23,Anderson with 18, M0NYThe

Morrow and Dannecker were Fisier with 18 andMobleywithll. YORK BUY ONE
MUTUAL Life Insurance Comoanv of NEW =
high men for VP-24 with 26 and 22: Wilson led the Hurricane BLACKMORE NICK NICHOLS .
MARV 5 5i
5
respectively. Sutton 'and Harris Hunters with 24. Heath followed 358-1843 or 771-3007 3S .1843 or 264-2454 GET ONE
led AIMD's second half surge with 17 and Villanoeva had 13.
with Sutton hitting for 29 of his 37 "
points and Harris connecting foi i FREEDairy i

13 of his 15 in the second half.

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i \ 1 BASKETBALL 45.The rolled by Iremo tiembo ((550, 210-( VA-45 48 .40 following is a list of cruises

r, Fyffe of Ops-NAMTD con- talented VA-15 squad 176)); Bob Samu ((548, 212-173); NWSED 48-40' planned by the Navy Jax. Power
\, nected for 17 field goals and 2 free routed VA-174 "B", 79 38. VA15's Weapons 454 -424CLAW1 Boat Club, for the year 1973.
i\ J' throws good for 36 points in his attack was triggered by Walt Ball ((545, 210-186)); Bill 41 -47 Anyone interested in going alongon

1\, ) teams easy 74-33 romp over Gill's 23 points, Godbey's 22 and Carter ((542, 188-183-171); Admin 40 -48 any one of these cruises,space
l Supply. Winn had 18 for Ops- Wood's 14. Knoeppel with 13 was Angelito David, (540-206)); Dale Medical 39 -49Special available or in your own boat is

{ ,o', NAMTD,while Proctor had 15 for the big gun for the Bees. Howard (538, 212-186));. Bill Services 39 -49 welcome to come along. For
Dameron (538, 197-193) Jake Communications 38SO
; futher 4n formation call Jim
Supply. The win was the 3rd:! VA-174 "A" stopped OpsNAMTD's -
Jacobs (508-179) and Don Schultz Dave's Dippers 364 -515
Harris to of
straight for Ops-NAMTD. 3 game winning streak 786-4133 or come one
(506-188). AIMDNo.2 3255%-
The Marines, with Smith with a 56 37 trouncing. The our meetings, which are held
\ .' tossing in 18 big points, downed "Hellrazors" had four men in every second Tuesday of the

,r A1MD 4335.Meldrumhad 18 In a double figures: Charley Stanch month at Nas Jax. marina at

losing cause. AIMD had but 10 15 ((7 from the charity stripe), 1930,

>'', points at intermission. Larry Jackson 14, Walker 13 and W Feb. 17-19.Sat.-Mon.
Medical had their most prolific Jim Williams 10. Ronald Bart of Tavares,Cruise chain of lakes

}I point output of the 2nd half, but Ops-NAMTD led all scorers,with March 18,Sun.
still fell to previously winless 17 points. Marineland, 1 day cruise
Supply, 54 46. Robinson of LNJ7 April 14,Sat.
became Point RAIDERS IN 6ND TOURNEY Beach cruise
Supply a 25 Club Fernandina 1 day
member by tallying 32 points. Coach Don Sumner took his May 26-28.Sat.-Mon.
Bonhoff and Buham had 14 each talented, but small Cecil Field Stuart, (Anchorage Motel)
Rider team to Charleston for the
for Medical. r
May 9,Sat.
The VA-87 "regulars" nipped 6th ND tournament.The Pacetti's, Green Cove Springs,
the VA7 "0" team 43 39 in an team is a collection of 1 day cruise
intra clash. Johnson players who starred'In the intramural i
squadron June 23,Sat.
,.> collected 14 counters for the basketball program. In Rainbow Rlyer,Ocala,
regulars, and Harrison 16 for the pre-tourney competition the (tubing,no boats)
O's. The regulars led 20.15 at' Raiders scored impressive wins July 14,Sat.
halftime. over Jax, Mayport and Albany. 14-15,Sat.-Sun.
The well balanced VA-15 The sole loss suffered by Cecil July Eustic

quintet remained undefeated, Field came at the hands of power July 28-29,Sat.Sun.Daytona .
:, rolling over VA-12, 59.38. Gill laded Jax Mobile Homes. 1wr
; had points and Wood 16 for VA- Fourteen teams are entered in August 11.12,Sat.-Sun.
15. Woodard had 16 for VA-12. this years tournament. Sanford

;1 VA-66 turned back well dressed BOWLING August 25-26,Sat.-Sun.

t VA-45 (they sported'newly CO-NATIONAL September 1-3, Sat.-Mon.
LEAGUE ThePo's
:
i ,: acquired green,uniforms) 47 -38. Suwannee River,Side trip to
pulled to within % of
: Terrell (13)), Walton (12) and game Cedar Key Memorial
league leading Marines last.
McMillian (10)) led VA-66's attack September 22.23,Sat.Sun.St. .
.Fred Kitts put in 15 for VA- Wednesday." High sets were Following personnel inspection, CDR A. A. Less, CO, VA-12 accepted .Johns River (Shell Harbour)
the 1972 Captains Cup from Caption John Marshall, CO, Nas
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I Yo .. '.";:.<;"m'< .'YO. "..::-=->:,O';:-.y."ih.':...:.;;.'.....................................;o...so.......:.;.> Field, while Athletic Director Tom McGucken looks on. VA-12 Cocoa Beach or Titusville
; amassed total of
a 117V2 points while VA-45 was a distant second with
77Ms points. October 20-22,

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I Bowling Season Underway I .

L'ril.'X JAX SPORT BRIEFS I
The 1973 Intramural
Jax Continental League 204 games rolled by Brown in his I ,
Season got underwaylast In the '
Bowling Continental League the 585 set and the 204 rolled by
week with four of the five Pin Busters and Hospital teams Perkins.

leagues seeing action. The swept all four games against
National League was idle due to their opponents to start off their INTRAMURAL PISTOL HANDBALL TOURNAMENT

the National day of mourning and new seasons in a bill; way. Jax Fliers Win Jax--An organizationalmeeting Jax-The Fleet Air Jacksonville
will start their season tonight. for the upcoming Pistol Area Handball Tournament will

American LeagueIn The rescue unit never made it competition was held yesterday. be conducted at Cecil Field

,the American. League the in time for the Help team as Two At 6NDJax If your unit or command is interested February 5-9. All military per-

Trailblazers and the Hurricanesshut Plaza and Johnson led the Pin in participating but did sonnel attached to Com-
Busters The Jax Fliers not have team member at the FairDeUax are eligible to =:
,out their opponents to start to a sweep with games of Navy a par
off the new season with four wins 212 and 201, respectively. basketball team proved successful meeting, contact the athletic ticipate. Deadline for entries is

and no losses., Hospital's sweep came when the in their first two tries for office at Ext. 3239 as soon as today, February 1. If you are

The Trailblazers disposed of Superstars failed to live up to the 6th Naval District title earlier possible interested call Tom McGuckin at-

the Cham Echs with the aid ofZorbach's their name. this week at NS Charleston, S.C. Cecil Ext. 498 today.TRIPLICATE.

223 game and 596 set Their first win was a 75-69 DELAYED
SEASON
GOLF
while the Hurricanes, benefitedby In other effort, over Key West and the CLUB
Continental League Jax-The opening of the In Jax-Walter Hiskett of the
McCorky's 200 game and 567 action the Leprechauns won second came against Glynco 82- tramural Golf season will be American League ADPERS teamin

set, rolled over the Chiefs. three and lost one against the 79.No available for delayed until approximately the Intramural Bowling

The ADCOP.,Late Charger and Marine Barracks, the Groucheswon statistics were but February 12. The delay is due in Leagues became a member of the
with West
the first Key
Commissary Store teams all three and lost one against the game foul part to a lack of team rosters that American Bowling Congress'Triplicate
in their win over Glynco
came up with three wins and one Chasers and Hopwood's 203 game in were to be turned into the athletic Club last Monday
loss in their first efforts of the helped his Hawk team to a two shots provided the difference the Fliers office.If your team's roster is not when he rolled three consecutive
the and
new season. ADCOP's three wins game split with the Boozers. both game.had 38 Glynco points at the end of in, get it to the athletic office by 165 games. CongratulationsWalter
came over the UnCola team. 2 at the latest.
Friday, February !
the first half. Glynco, however,
Kindergan was high man for Atlantic League ....
couldn't match the Fliers at the ,
ADCOP with a 205 while Allore's In the Atlantic'League no team CHALLENGE
free throw line during the course SOFTBALL
214 gave the UnCola team their managed to escape without at, of the as Jax connected on Jax-Members of FRA Branch-
only win by one pin. Parson's led least one loss in a league that has I game 91 the Com-
have challenged
18 of 22 for a spectacular 80 per "
the Late Chargers to their three many rivalries.. cent. FairJax CPOs to a softball game DScS

wins over ADPERS with a 203 to be played at 2 p.nu Friday, t
In their second win the
while Ammons was leading the The FICEUR Chiefs No. 1 team Fliers had five men in double February 2, at the NATTC picnic
Commissary Store to three wins won three games and lost one to grounds ballfield. All interested
with Mark Warner high
figures
over the Bees with a 212. the FICEUR No. 2 team. Hen- spectators are invited to come
at 21. Mike Luchi had 16,
The Pop Tops and the Eagles No. derson led the winners with a 202, man Vince Bell had 14, Rick Pruett 14 out and cheer their favorite teamto

1 team split with two wins apiece. game. and Howard Und had 13. victory.
McBeth of the Pop Tops had high

game with a,204.Paclftc Another rivalry ended up in the
League same manner when the NarJaxNo.

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Splitmakers took care of the '
WOXOFS and the Bean Burnerswon In other Atlantic Leaguematchesthe FAMILY NIGHT.

out over the MARTD team. Lifers won three and lost one tour choice of BHH kA

Managing three wins againstone against the Trippers, FASO and STEAK CHICKEN & lUr
the Busch Buds split with two
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Jax ticing Sail, come Club on! Join the Navy the Racing North Union American and the Florida Yacht boating safety and marine engines and safe Ralph Faba of Flotilla 14-5 ...

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qualifications, maintenanceknowhow' enjoy these events. Most eventsare The same course is now successful completion of direction of George Ct
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