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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: March 15, 1973
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( 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 NO. 50 Published In The Interest'of Personnel of Naval.Air.StatlorvJacksonvllle, Florida MARCH '5, 1973ICNO



: Pays Visit To Jax Navymen : il



: Jax Adm. Elmo Zumwalt, Chief of Naval Operations, visited NAS 1.
k Jacksonville last week in conjunction with an East.Coast tour of Naval:facilities.

;.= While at NAS Jacksonville he spent one-hour sessions with' the chiefs, junior ;j

: : enlisted personnel and the officers, fielding questions that ran from a local and
:,'; personal nature to a worldwide and Navy-wide nature.
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: Before answering questions, however, he summarized what has happened
': recently within the Navy and what.he felt needed to be done in the near future. :!
:;, He spoke of the large role the Navy has had to play in Vietnam at a time when

y\ personnel, material and money figures were'at their lowest level since 1950 and,
;:.K in some cases,at the lowest point since WW II. He added to these problems the
.... ;' ever increasing threat of Soviet supremacy on the seas and said that all these
;- factors together with the fact that Navymen.had spent the longest time on the
r line with the smallest amounts of liberty had all led to three well publicized in-. fr

f;;' cidents. He summed it all up and said, "the challenge had never,,been greater." r

: The CNO said that to conquer.these problems we needed.to improve personnel.
: : readiness, material readiness and communications. He said that the answer to

: .' personnel readiness could be found in better leadership training, the answer to MifI: :
.' better material readiness was in the hands of Congress and ,the President and e
that the answer to better communications could be found in each individual.
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> ( He said that there was a need for everyone to attend race relations seminars i!

and for everyone to realize that there had never been a greater gap between. the
p older and the younger.

.; These gaps between generations and races, he said,.had created.a polarization If IfM

"effect between those'who.gp.furthei'thanthe"changes; I that are needed. J.those who iT''G'HIS'' MEN :at' NAS. Jax,,Adm, Zumwatt :speaks about
,' 4V' .don't;. like change and have to.b?, "dragged, kicking and screaming,into,the ?0th today's Navy and what he hopes. jt t will I be in th!!(dtpn.'. .: ';;.p 4, i iJ.

by"" ..'.,century. -,". and those. who realize that change must.come through. "-. cooperation... ;*- -.. 1. f

;Adm. Zuhiwait( "emphasized' 'the i need. tor' increased; ::Interpersonal l. ,com*,'.: 'Dragons', .'TaiKeflavik. .:;.. n-: '
ii. municatlons'and quoted a former Admiral who said, "Discipline:resulting: from ,

,. -.intelligent obedience."obedience. was far 'superior' to discipline resulting from blind 'W oodpeck rs' Return :

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closed each session by saying that a sense of team work was* '
The Admiral Jax-The last group of VP-56 'iragonjs"! left,the sunny
needed and that those one-tenth of one percent who didn't want to cooperate climate of Jacksonville Thursday ;for their third
should be identified and 'eliminated. "I solicit your support and pledge you .
deployment to Iceland in two and. ..: one-half: years.
his finals words for .. -
mine were everyone.
VP-56 relieved VP-49, also, The"Odpecker banner was
based" _here, as the United States' ,carried to Great Britain, Nor- f
major sea surveillance and antisubmarine way, West Germany, The I *
force. In the North Netherlands and Denmark as *
Atlantic. part of the U.S. NATO commitment -

Iceland,about the same size as ,
AT Kentucky, is located in a Perhaps the most significantevent
strategic position halfway between to be remembered was the
Greenland and Europe. eruption at Heimay which gave
This site allows the U.S. and squadron personnel their first
a other NATO countries to monitor real look at'a volcano and a
all Soviet bloc merchant and glimpse at the force and power of
naval forces that pass through Mother Nature.Several squadron
,the' narrow straights on either members volunteered to lend,a
side of Iceland during their helping hand in trying to save the .
journey to the Mediterranean, homes, possessions and equipment .i.
r Southern ,Atlantic, and the on,the island,located about' .:'
.Caribbean 70 miles southeast of Keflavik.
t In addition to the squadron's Since arriving in, Keflavik: last ,
surveillance duties, the Dragonswill October, VP-49 has logged more
send aircraft to other NATO than 4,100 hours of; flight I time,
.. countries to give their crews most of it under adverse, and .
experience in handling the.,P-3C. often treacherous, weather
'\ The VP-56 crews likewise are conditions. In January alone, the f
exposed to advanced base squadron flew more than 900 :J
I ,operations and procedures in the hours-the highest monthly total ;"
various host nations' ,military since obtaining the P-3C in. .
t faculties. January 1970; [
The return of' the VP-49 Deployment also saw the :i
L_ i "x "Woodpeckers"marks the end of squadron pass a milestone In *
__ five months In "the land of fire aviation safety,During their stay
and ice" While deployed VP-49 in Keflavik the squadron passed
In the fun at tho annual Civil Engineer' Corps and
SEABEES CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY Sharing aircrews operated from the 86,060 hour mark for accidentV
Seabee Birthday Ball are (Left to RIht't.)* CECN Gerald R. Price, the youngest Seabee In at. Labrador to Norway and from free flight operations, marking *-
tendance; Riki Butler, Seabeo'.Queen; Ca,.. William 6. Sizemore, NAS Jax skipper Capt. David the Azores to. high above ,theArctic more than ten and one-half years ,*
Moore, Public Works Officer and Master Chief Lewis B. Tharp, oldest Seale?.. Some 100 officers, Circle. without. an.accident. ?r
men, and their guests gathered for the celebration. t.j


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rifusal to print advertising from that source." Sauce, Candled Sweet Potatoes, Salad Bar, Cherry Jello Apple Pie. Mass 5 at
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Readied For Navy Aircraft 1

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?" 1 Jax-The U.S. Navy will evaluate two advanced maintenance programs 1 I

similar to those used by commercial airlines, which are designed to improve the

operational readiness of its aircraft and to provide substantial cost savings.The .

programs, tailored to defined in the Air Transport Key to the programs, Edwards
.' ,squadron level maintenance of Association ATA) maintenance noted, "is a careful analysis of
the new carrier'based S-3A Viking planning document, MSG-2. every system, significant c
,subhunter and its land-based Basically decision making component and structural area of
counterpart, the P-3 Orion, are techniques, they provide 'a the aircraft. The analysis 'L ,
being developed by Lockheed- method for identifying the establishes the effect of a failure _
: California Company under maintenance tasks necessary to and the corresponding benefits of
contract with the Navy. prevent deterioration of the performing a given maintenancetask .
Lockheed manufactures both aircraft's designed level of to prevent the failure. If the F' ki
aircraft. reliability and safety at task does not enhance safety or ; k1
The Navy has projected no minimum practical cost. reliability, or if it does not .
figures in expected cost savings, Tony Edwards, Lockheed's produce significant economic r
but if the, ,programs prove as project leader on the programs, justification for performing, it
beneficial to military aircraft said they will be produced in will be eliminated. '
maintenance as they have to three phases: "We ran a
commercial transports the figure preliminary evaluation phase Thus the analysis ultimately
., ,expected to be several,millons first to determine the best produces a list of essential tasks .
of dollars a year.Employing methods for applying these latest which must be done for reasons of
techniques used by techniques to each aircraft in its safety, tasks that will be per; 30 YEARS OF SERVICE Amos E. Acree, Educational Specialist
the airlines for modern wide-body particular sphere of operation.Next formed to insure the aircrafts at AE"B" School, is presented a30 Year Pin by his wife, Vera. Acree
transports the new Navy there is a development reliability and a list of tasks that has been at AE"B" School Since December 1953.
programs are aimed at cutting phase to determine the smallest should be done for economic
the number o! traditional number of essential tasks to reasons.
maintenance tasks in half by insure the safe and reliable WE FINANCE .
scheduling only those essentialfor operation of the aircraft and, '
the safe, reliable and finally, there is a documentation The new, program under
economic operation of the air- phase during which we will group development for the S-3A, SERVICEMEN
cra!!. the tasks into small equal work initiated in May 1972is now in the ,.
These new techniques were packages to even the overall documentation s '...It will 'be ...ON TOPLINE QUALITY NAME BRANDS
first applied by the commercial program work load." evaluated this month by the Navy THAT YOU'HAVE COME TO KNOW AND TRUST
airlines to the initial maintenance ,Edwards said the .latter step and be implemented,if approved,
program for the 747 assures maximum aircraft in; October :when the, first
jetliner. availability because the 'limited production model Vikings are
1Y .
LCdr. Ivan Nance. Navy amount of work allocated to each delivered to the Navy for the r r FAG
ProjectOfficer,said the potential package sharply reduces the aircraft's acceptance trials at the
advantages of using these new period of time the aircraft is out Naval Air Test Center Patuxent & 1 R .
concepts have been:? known.for: of service for maintenance. River, Maryland.Toastmasters .
'some time but practical '
procedures for implementing Meet !
them were only recently
KROEHLER LA Z BOY BROOKYVOOD
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the introduction
with
developed ,
:;1 of the 747,L-1011,and the DC-10." .Jax-Maj. Joe Lavin, USMC; why *#orthan] a million men Ask about our Badcock EASY PURCHASE PLAN. i

:V The, procedures, LCdr Nance; Educational. Vice President of the' 'have.."joined and benefitted,.from Ideal. for young/Jayy.!families J Just starting out., ,\
explained, are similar, to'those ",',Navy Jax' Toastmaster Club, the; .communication''and ESTABLISH D'19M' 1 fl
----------- presided at the weekly luncheon leadership programs of Toast- "
iiI 1. PHONE .388.1535 I meeting March 8 at the NAS Jax masters International. I .
% v It 'Officers Club. If you can't attend the Thur-
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Cdr. Paul Devine was the sday sessions, the NAS Cecil HOME F'UIINIS'ttING CENTERS
:: tcE2L 1I 1 ToastmasteroftheDay.The Field Toastmasters Club meets Home; Owned&.Operated by Thomas: Walker }I
club's newest member, every Wednesday at 6:30: p.m in ,HIWAY 17 at KINGSLEY AVE, ORANGE PARK Ph 261.6942 '

''J 1249.1251 King St. I Ens.Ben Hillman,was welcomed the Cecil Field BOQ Mess. _. -
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I Dick Twilde from VA-203, Ltjg( )
I WANTEDUSED Ken Crowe of VW-4,and Ens.Jeff i
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ceremonies recently conducted aboard USS INTREPID (CVS- 46 recently received a Letter of
11), TUg( ) Steve Therrell was "Frocked"to the rank of Lieutenant. Commendation for outstanding F?
I Officiating at the ceremonies was CDR AI Alvarez, Officer in charge performance from CVW1. f r
i of Attack Squadron Forty-Five DET ONE.
George Allen Philyaw l of VA-174 continued his roll as a memberof
the United States Navy when he reenlisted for SIX years. AE1
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Because you'll still be I Inside the seat backs there EXPERT STORAGE ENGINE-MARINE SE@VICE-OUTBOARD.HOISTS-HULL SERVICE STERN-DRIVE.YACHT INIOARD'SEE BROKER
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disc brakes on all four wheels, and as two different undercoatings.

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,March 19 If' 'i
March business Puddings. '
Minestrone .}
Soup, Baked
meeting of NWCA Jax 86 had a Wednesday,March 21 8 :,3
Smoked Ham with
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Cabbage,
happy interruption when the with Chicken and Rice Soup, Baked Ij
Spaghetti Meat Sauce Liver
,
wives went to greet the plane Meat Loaf with Creole Sauce,
with Onions, 7 oz., Chopped
carrying two POW returnees Sirloin Barbcque Pork on Buns, Chicken [
Surf Cakes with Hush
coming to the Naval Hospital Puppies. Pan Pie, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, ;,' '"
To help welcome home the Fried Perch. .
returnees, the three' area ,Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Mashed Potatoes, Rice and !I ,
NWCA's are sending fruit Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Gray French Fried Potatoes, E t I .
baskets to the returnees' sectionof Yellow Green Beans, Blackeyes, White Acre Peas, Mustard t|[
the Hospital. One of the Turnip Greens.Combination. Greens, Whole Kernel Corn, \l
returnees, LCdr.Danny Glenn, is : ,1 Salad, Tossed Sweet Potato Pie, Apple Pie, '
the son-in-law of one of Jax 86's Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Boston Cream Pie, Assorted .'I;
sister members, i4 rte' w.. Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Puddings. ,:t.
Plain Cottage Cheese Fruit Thursday,March 22 ; .
Before monthly reports were LAST SALUTE AZCS Herschel L. Rakes is piped over the side Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Bean Soup, Baked Corn Beef ,
given, Lt. Shorr of the NARU after 22 years of service. RAdm. Lawrence R. Gels, COM F A!R JAX, Sliced Tomatoes and Cabbage, Macaroni with
Public Affairs Office gave a slide presented Chief Rakes a Navy Achievement Medal for his work as an Meat Sauce, Beef Short Ribs with ,"
presentation to inform the club analyst In the' COMFAIRJAX staff Maintenance Department. Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple Rice, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. j.
about the 12th annual Scout Good Pie, Layer Cake with Icing, Mashed Potatoes, Rice and I
Turn Day for Goodwill Industries Assorted Puddings. Gravy, French Fri d Potatoes,
which was held I Merit Promo Info \ Tuesdayl\tarchZO Green String Beans, Spinach, ,
Saturday. Tomato Soup, Pan Roast Beef Pinto Beans. '
Jax-More vacant onyour with New Potatoes, Chili with Peach Cobbler, Apple Pie ''f
positions are courses you have completed ,
club
The 'voted to send Rice, Fried Chicken 7
a oz.
German
filled by promotion than the Chocolate Cake i
by any own. Give name of your ,
monthly check to Sirloin Baked
day County other staffing method.To present immediate supervisorand Chopped Fish with Assorted Puddings.
Welfare,as well as Duval Dressing. .
County
be considered for a the name of the one just Friday.March 23
Welfare, and to Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
exchange
Chicken Gumbo
promotion, employees must file a before him. Trout
newsletters with NWCA Detroit. completed application, Standard Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Almondine, Stuffed,Peppers with
Mrs. Harold Erb was an- 'Form 171, hi response to Merit This new information should be Sweet Peas, Great Northern Creole Sauce, Country Steaks
nounced as the new chairman of Promotion Announcements for submitted. a Standard Form Beans, Harvard Beets. with Yellow Rice, 7 oz. Chopped ,
the Snack Bar for the club's the postions in which they 172 with the notation "Update Combination Salad, Tossed Sirlion. '".'9
are
Thursday evening Game Nights. interested. Information" in the upper right Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
The following members were It is the responsibility of em- corner. Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, _
awarded pins for attending three ployees to file applications U you are updating your application Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Field Peas, Stewed Tomatoes,
consecutive Dixie Area Council directly with the Rating Branch, for an ungraded. Cottage Cheese, Beet and Celery Baked Egg Plant. .: :.
meetings: Mrs. Howard Soha, Civilian Personnel Department, position, include the appropriate Salad, America Salad. Lemon Meringue Pie, Apple :
Mrs. Joseph Moldoon, Mrs. Bldg. 907, ,Box 22, NAS Supplemental Information Form, Coconut Custard, Apple Pie, Pie, Strawberry Short Cake, .'
Conrad Hardy and Mrs. Lyle Jacksonville, Florida 32212. No CSC-630. Forms are available in Devil Food Cake, Assorted Assorted Puddings. w
Kissner. the Civilian Personnel Office in .
other persons are responsible for '\
1 Building 101W, NARF, and .
Upcoming events include a filing applications for employees. .
907 NAS Jax.
Building
Bake-In on, March 22 for the Supervisory review of applications $50.0.OO' 1
NARF Bake Sale the following prior to filing is not Do not submit a description of LIFE INSURANCE !
day and a Membership Drive ,required or desirable. Therefore, all experience. Cover. the .
your UNDER, AGE.35,..,.,.. .. .
all employees are reminded to .. : .
March 23 at 7:30: p.m. past year only.WhenTen ;;,:::: :t:" ;;';:: { ::::" ,::: : ;*:: :::;::::::'::' ::"':::::'
At the next Jax 86 meeting, file their applications directly days before 'your ,J'J'i
scheduled for March 21 at 7:30 with the Civilian Personnel Notice of Rating is one year old. than amity Coverage' i i
p.m., a representative, from a Department in accordance with If that date has already passed, CheSEG41 ;3 extra m '.:
well-known wig manufacturerwill the time frame for receipt of send it NOW.Remember.
present the program. All applications published on the applications are V ** t1j
enlisted Navy wives, active and Merit Promotion Announce. rerated only once a year on or MILITARY BENEFIT ASSOCIATION
retired, are invited to attend at ments.' after the anniversary date, UNDERWRITTEN BY
716 Enterprise Ave., NAS Jax. If you have previously appliedfor unless the qualifications stan- M0NYThe
promotion to either.a gradedor dards are changed.Mail j
Members of NWCA Jax 86 and ungraded position in responseto your updated informationto MUTUAL Life Insurance Company of'NEW YORK .t'_''

their husbands socialized an "open continuously" the address given above. MARV 353.1843 BLACKMORE or 771-3007 358-1843 NICK NICHOLS or 264-2454
Saturday night with ''a pre-St. vacancy, you should update your
Patrick's Day party. Green application- each year. .
abounded among the evening's How-By submitting a ,l
decorations,clothing and snacks. description of the experience you / r-
Keeping the evening lively were have gained during the past year. '. '- rf
Social Chairman ,Mrs. Robert Include complete informationabout ,
Judd and her committee, com new, skills or techniquesyou ., !
posed of Mrs. John Duval. Mrs. have acquired and about new
James Bradstreet, Mrs. Ronald equipment you have learned
Celmer, Mrs. Raymond ,Gan-' use.List the "on the job" trainingyou
thner and Mrs. Charles Davis. have received and'I any '

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your lJ@ll@/PIIlIll@P@I2JIl&?C SAVINGSHABIT .i

can provide the funds .

,' ,, Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your '.r :: .: .. 4'' I..A :
i needs handled the them.
: mo ey are way you want .
,,I : : Call or come in-we'll do the rest. '
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\ i ,aAri Mows the time to tee off on that regular

,OMESTIC FINANCE savings plan you've postponed so long. Start ','

:..: '.. ,''",, CORPORATION SINCE 1t1f TODAY!... and you'll be glad you did while ,
1 LOANS TO taoo you're enjoying that great vacation, new car,
;: 8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK
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:. whateveryou ,.czsea
new or'I improved home education or

r really want. Remember regular (
; .,' : savings account at the Normandy Atlantic

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2 baths 5 closets,'separate make
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5 .. Black HistoryRICHARD VIOLATIONSJax


-The following is a report
of motor vehicle accidents and
ALLEN ((1760-1831) CHURCH FOUNDERThe traffic violations for the period of
African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church is 4 Feb. 26 March 4.
the oldest Black religious denomination in the United Number of Accidents

States, having been founded by Richard Allen in -wt This Period 9.
I Philadelphia in 1787. That year, Allen and a group of his This period a year ago 3]
Total accidents this :
followers bolted from the St. George Methodist Church Total accidents through year. this 86.

. after having grown more and more impatient with the period last year 60.
numerous restrictions placed upon Black worshippersthere. Total number of days since last
injury in a motor vehicle accident

w;' ; Over the next two years, Philadelphia Blacks flockedto Number of days since an in jury

the newly founded Bethel Church in ever-increasing last year at this time 10.
; : numbers. In 1816, Allen summoned a number of in- Number Violations

;. dependent Black congregations from several different. This Period 90.

I states, organized them into one group, and was elected Speeding. 19.
bishop of the new denomination. Reckless driving o.

' Born a slave, Allen soon earned enough money Going through stop sign 6.
Y N.9 n Other Violations
: working as a wood cutter and wagoner to purchase his ,,, .Jr'1P1. Thirty-One drivers appeared 65.

t"j freedom. After being converted to Christianity and before the Traffic Hearing Board "T
> preaching his gospel to Black Pennsylvanians, he attended RETIREMENT HONOR Capt. John A. Griffith, III (Left) Is on March 8. Disposition of the
the organizing conference of the general awarded the Navy Achievement Medal by LtCol. David A. Teich- cases included the following:

; ; Methodist church in 1784. Three years later, he and a mann, MATSG CO,'as Capt. Griffith ends,a' 24-year Marine Corps One lost driving and parking

h/:/ group of Blacks founded the Free Africa Society in privileges aboard the station
eleven were assigned to completean
i order to improve social and economic. conditions in'the career.Benefits Council eight-hour: course in remedial

\ Black community. The AME'church, which he later driving; four to the motorcycle

foundedrecruited a large number of its congregationfrom defensive driving course; twenty-

'I among :members of this society. Schedules four received suspensions; five
Meeting
Allen continued his preaching career until his death in were given warnings; 'one ,was I i
1 dismissed;; thirteen were fined
(U.S. Magistrate); and twenty-
Jax-The combined NAS Jacksonville and NAS
1831.WANT four were referred to commanding -
Cecil.Field Navy Services and Benefits Council l will officers for possible
AQ$, WORK WONDERS convene March 29 at 10 a.m. in Room 240, Hangar disciplinary'action.Twentyeight .
(

f 1000.The Council will be chaired by RAdm.Lawrence assessed one-hundred drivers and were four

I R. Geis, COMFAIRJAX, with 'Capt. William G. traffic points.

II Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, serving as meeting

6 moderator. Attention

I! Cdr. L.E. Breeding: COMFAIRJAX Staff Code

015 (Ext. 3531, 3532, 3533)), is designated.. as .coor-.
i. dinating officer for the meeting. Aviation, '



Your best reason to switch Officers

tax preparers... 1 I i iA Jax-The place for all Aviation
,
I LCdr.'s through Ensigns to be
aI March 20 at 8:30: a.m. is the MIC

INSTANT I I I I Room on the third floor of Bldg.

110.The
BUPERS Aviation Officer
: TAX 1973 CORONA 4 DR. Detailer will be there to cover
\ $2436 P.O.E. $1998 P.0.E. such topics as officer assignment

1973 COROLLA procedures, .fitness report interpretation -
AT--_ OP TO 30 MILES PER(AL .CELICA rotation plan
REFUND management, promotion Opportunity
$2898 P.D.E. aviation command

selection, augmentationeducation
PLAN # programs, preferencecard
'\ submission,and much more
"good to know"* information.To .
BUY NOWDEPENDABLE "' bring your wives up to dateon
This year, have your tax returns done at Beneficial these same policies that affect
with its famous "Instant Tax Refund" Plan... QUALITY you in your Naval career,stop by

If you have a refund coming, you don't have to ORIENTED the Officers Club on March 22 at 7p.m.
TOYOTA
TRADE IN'S
.
wait weeks for a Government check.The Instant ,
you qualify for a loan, Beneficial will lend,you Every mill is a pleasure in a guaranteed used car.
the equivalent of your refund, In cash,Instantly. Choose one of'-these txctlltril bargains today fi-f
I 72 DATSUN2dr., ,
4spd R&H
Beneficial Income Tax Service does your taxes by $1795
71 DATSUN 2dr.,4spd
computer-for accuracy and to calculate your lowest $1595
69 TOYOTA
l tax-forasWteas$5.! $1295
72 TOYOTA PICK UP 4spd,AC, R&H $2395 Timuquana
; Even If don't have
: you Beneficial prepare your 71 TOYOTA COROLLA Wgn,4spd, R&H,AC $1795
return, you can still qualify for Beneflclal'a "InstantRefund" 70 DODGE CHALLENGER TerraceApartments
; CONV AT, PS,318,V8 $2095
I .... Plan. Just call up and tell us how much 70.JAVALIN S.S.T.ATAC,V8, PS, PB $2095
.w want-or come In. Remember: you're good'for Vinyl top, Yellow gold
more' at Beneficial..Offices everywhere.. Open all year..
Act now.Avoid the rushl I Usecf'CarPhone. J 9.6668'ot 9 pool Patios Balconies
WTW Carpet Drapes.
s) ,Central Heat A Air
Modern Kitchen Appliances

Beneficial rn=mI A LITTLE SWITCH lTJi\'\THINKING 1 BR FURNISHED
D _imlw can jirc !
you more {J$ AT $115 up> ,'
I INCOME TAX SERVICE 2 BR FURNISHED "I

A service of the Beneficial.Finance System $165 up .
I Over 1700 loan and finance offices coasHo-coajf WESTSIDESQKISttJ
from NAS Jax
LOANS UP TO 9600 j 7 miles NAS Cecil
10 miles from
t Beneficial Finance Co.of Jacksonville 5342 Seaboard Ave.
I 4SS3 SHIRLEY AVENUE(Near Pantry Pride on BlandIng) A| (Just off Timuquana)
1 ;' : 543S ROOSEVELT BLVD.VENETIA VILLAGE SHOP CENTER PHONE 772-7304
(Next tO Winn Dixie) Phone 3x4.9373 <
5 other Beneficial offices serve the Jacksonville Area j0! CASSAT AVE e
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J ij : Female Military., Heroes \

"i I'I the first lady A large number of women, dis
I: Women have !served alongside ground mortally wounded, his at the U.S. Military Academy, Later as perhaps the Nation, she delivered guised as men enlisted in Civil
in
their men since the beginning of widow served the gun until she where she is now interred lecturer about her War units-400 in the Union
I! the Nation's Armed Forces. ,too was seriously wounded. beneath a statue commemorating a .set and speech concluded by armies alone.
i' In 1776, when John Corbin of Later, upon her release to the her role. experiences to
r I: the Pennsylvania Artillery-went Army's Invalid Corps Molly Cor .* e e appearing in military costume Dr. Mary Elizabeth Walker the
: \, off to war, his wife followed him bin lived the rest of her life as a Because Revolutionary War perform the manual of arms. second woman to graduate from
;;\ to the battlefield. She was beside typical old soldier with the invalid records are scanty it is not known In the Revolutionary era and Syracuse University Medical
/ ,I him when a cannoneer at a regiment at West Point. Dubbing how many women served in the after, women often went along School, served as a contract surgeon -
nearby gun was wounded. Molly herself"Captain Molly,"she wore Army, but the National Archives with men on military expeditionsas with the Union Army. She
caught up the fallen rammer, an artillery coat and insisted on has ,record of a deposition for a laundresses. wives and nurses. captured'by Confederates at
stepped to the muzzle of the gun salutes as her right. After her pension claim by a black woman An officer's wife very often Chattanooga and imprisoned in
and took over his duties. When death, her body was moved froman Revolutionary soldier named accompanied her husband. An Richmond. In January 1866 she
her husband slumped to the obscure grave to the cemetery Deborah Gannett who enrolled in enlisted man's wife, wishing to was awarded the Medal of Honor

.. the Army under the name of accompany her husband, was for her wartime services. (Her
Robert Shurtleff. In a skirmish usually listed on the rolls of the award was later revoked in 1917.)
The World's Only with Tories at Tappan Zee, she unit as a washerwife and drew
\:.', Magical Exotic Show received a saber wound across rations but no pay. Sarah Emma Edmonds, under
; I featuring the left side of the head. At East Women were often casualties the alias of Franklin Thompson,
; rLd- MISS NUDE Chester she received a serious along with their men. When the served for two years as soldier,
; musket wound in the thigh. Indians attacked an Army column spy and nurse,in Company F, 2d
:... MAGIC Rather than risk, exposure, she under the command of Michigan Infantry with no one
.1?.1'I f allowed the wound to heal unat- General St. Clair in 1791 among suspecting her true ,sex. When
''I; : SANTANA tended.In the more than 900 dead and faced in 1863 with hospitalization -
November 1782 she served wounded left on the battlefieldwere after a recurrence of malaria,
'' also MRe MAGlt.. with her company at Fort Ticon- 30 women who had been Miss Edmonds deserted rather
deroga in action against the accompanying the expedition.A than be identified as a woman. In
-- TURBAN Indians. Upon being exposed she heroine of the Mexican War 1886 she received an honorable
j k Continuous_ received an honorable discharge. period was Sarah Borginis.Noted discharge.
t from Noon til 2AM HELD ocR by popular demand!
Massachusetts awarded her a for her bravery at Fort Brown in

y bonus and Congress in 1805 gave 1846, she later made cartridgesfor Kady Brownell was as skillfula
J her a pension of $4 a month as the troops at Buena Vista. shot and as expert a swordsmanas
an invalid soldier; in 1818, this When she died in 1866 she was her
soldier husband's5th
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Ask .. ':,'I.. R, : EDWIN N. .ANGUAS' ,; ."." 'F:;!-.i.

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Q-How much of the money VA
announce ;,
spends to Vietnam Era vet- '
7' goes :
Ms' separatlort f rom the Navy .
erans? and the opening' ofhl*office at !5J
A-About one-fourth of the VA ,

/'r' budget currently $12.4 billion, 1279 Kingsley Avenue, Suite 104,Orange Park ,

goes,to direct payments such as A Phone: 244-5483,284-5711 s .,r.',;".
compensation and G.I. Bill and

for medical care for Vietnam vet-

9 v erans, who now make up about
one-fifth of the living veteran

1 a I population.

3 Q-How many Vietnam veterans -

is VA hiring? How many ATTENTIONNAVY

: have been hired "on the spot" by
: VA without having to process

7 through the usual time-
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SERVICEMEN OF THE QUARTER HM Johnny Troupe and HM2 consuming procedures? PERSONNELWhen .
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Gen Nishino have been selected the Naval Hospital's Servicemen of A-More than half the men '

the Quarter. Nishino works In the Urology Department and Troupe Is hired by VA for full-time paying have fulfilled your military .r:.
you
Senior Corpsman on the Male Medical Ward. Doth were selected in jobs in recent months have been
and it's time to begin ,. :;
obligation your
recognition of their professional performance, military bearing, Vietnam Era veterans.More than
dedication to duty and demonstrated leadership ability. 12,000 Vietnam Era veterans civilian career, you need to see us ASAP.. ._'

have been hired "on the spot" by
Our is In ". ','
VA under Veterans Readjust- specialty placing applicants .

ment Appointments since these career oriented job opportunities in .

were begun in April 1970. the ADMINISTRATIVE, FINANCE, : .

Q-I am amazed- at the marvelous SALES, EDP, TECHNICAL,, and ,:' ?: '. '
spirit of the VA hospital volunteers .
CLERICAL-SECRETARIAL career fields: 3.;
in my state and how ,
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much they do for sick and disabled PERSONNEL (' "
We are a member of NATIONAL ;
veterans. Just how impor-
CONSULTANTS with afffll-
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,1a the nation} so.. :
0 ? How much do they do late offices throughout :

for,patients, nationwide? we can put you In touch with .ourNPC, y; ,. .

Volunteers: are an essential affiliate in your desired geographical I location. '

)[ link' in VA medical care and .-/'" ,...- ,

f rehabilitation,'and.VA considers P.S. NAVY WIVES ;+<*: :, .

its blessed with the best volun- If you are interested in working'whileyour .

i tary service support in the Nation. husband is stationed in Jacksonville
.M'' .. Volunteers from 440 organizations ,. .
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I. A'i 'S hours per year to VA patients, tailored to your specific needs and desires.
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individual and in-hospital use. .

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NEW S.EA.HMCM Andrew J." Parker is congratulated by Capt. ..neededI1bose'1nterested'shouldcontact! ': ; .... .1

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(2nd From "Left),wife of the CNO, chats with the wives of area Navy _
leaders at a reception for her given by the Jacksonville Officers Wives
Club. Shown (Left to Right) are: Mrs. John E.Marshall, wlfa of Cecil
Field's CO;Mrs.Zumwalt;Mrs.William G.Sizemore,wife of the NAS
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Human Relations ( Facts

I By LCdr.M.E.Clark
I! .Jax The MAJORITY is important I in Human 1. Sickel Cell disease in
t Affairs, too. the United States is con-
The March theme for the NAS Human Relations workshop is "'! fined almost exclusively to .
Majority, let's.listen to their point of view."

Because the business of Human Relations-Minority Affairs is ZIlfy blacks.2. Sickle Cell disease
business of awareness, understanding communications, it afflicts about 10 percent of
t appropriate that we now devote time to discovering the needs the black population of the
k: desires of majority personnel by minority personnel. United States.
assumptions and facts are readily apparent as regards the majority .
3. There are three formsof
1. Officially, the Navy does not and will not tolerate overt Sickle Cell: '
(racism etc.)against minorities (or anyone else,for that matter).
A. The trait which is
2. Generally the attitude of our supervisors is to treat ,
fairly. usually not a serious

;, 3. Problems involving discrimination occur not through design, burather ni s';xi 'n. ( health problem;
Variant which is the
4 B.
the does not ,
by happenstance ( system generally
ethnic groupings). second form of this disease

f: and presents a more
: 4. Navy personnel are of good will (they have an earnest desire to do serious problem;
:. the RIGHT thing) and need only to be shown mistakes that need C. Anemia, which is the

f correcting. I most severe form of Sickle
.
5. Ethnic groupings can be subdivided into.two categories: Cell.
a. Those personnel who can readily adjust to, cope with, and 4. Victims of Sickle Cell
within the system, and, diseasehave an abnormal

b. Those personnel who find the system bewildering and alien hemoglobin.
their: cultural experience while perceiving the system as 5. The defective
recognizing or being capable of responding to their special needs hemoglobin causes red
DEGREE AW2 Gary J. .Homey (Left) and
minorities. will trade in their seats in a VP-24 P-3C for a blood cells, to twist into

The Human Relations workshop functions to develop a monthly when they start working for a degree and Sickle-like shapes.
'' officers through NESEP Both men are with When this it is
theme for base and tenant activities and 'provide educational- occurs,
informational presentations to activity minority affairs represen- called CRISIS.
tatives. It is intended that these representatives will| act as discussion 7. Persons with Sickle
leaders in presenting workshop experiences to their commands. Officers
Cell anemia and variant

Workshops are conducted at the CARE Center each Thursday from experience crisis easier
2-3 p.m.with one-fourth of the base-tenant activities' minority. affairsrepresentatives VP-24 Crew and more often.
attending on.a rotating basis. 8. However, those with .

i Past and future monthly themes include:. February: Philipinos; Anti- choice to work toward; ,degree the trait can also ex-
Operators, paid for in full by the Navy perience a crisis under
March: Majority Members; April: Mexican-Americans;; May: Appalachians .
; e:1ndian-A nericans;' July: Black-Americans. ,have been Heiney plans to study computer extreme conditions. .
I Interested personnel are invited, to attend the Human the. Navy's science. at an eastern. midwest, 9. ,Persons.undergoing a ,
workshops. Education college while, McIntyre's plans crisis will suffer pain,
i ( ) call for an engineering major at a
and AW2 southern college. fever, dizziness, nausea
r'F of VP-24's Both men will attend a 10-week' :and headaches.
f ORDER BY MAIL NOW! of Officer Candidate, School bet 10. The crisis can last ,",
Tests, go to ween their junior and'sel ior from a few hours 'to"a
f f' a nine-week years and will be commissioned week.
wfiiiD FAygUi! I Icy Siii
in the
; course and as Ensigns Regular Navy
? ===== ===;;: === ==:.... of their upon graduation. 11. A crisis can be fatal.

r .
AJ/Y 12. Sickle Cell anemia is
.. L1 t< = frequently fatal at an early

age. .
I 13. Sickle Cell anemia
lk affects 1 of 400 blacks in

the United States.
w- .'yr 14. Sickle Cell is totally

_- t y hereditary.

JACKSONVILLE t.F .L== .'
= .,. 15. It is 'passed along
= COLISEUM 1 from parents to children.

== WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21 \ P// Since 1885 16. Presently there is no
THRU : cure, but research is
ALL -
SUNDARCH 25 4.I NEW HAVERTY'S underway. .

== 'l.F: ::....;..,'' 1973EDITION == 17. Today, there are
c:=: Wed..March 21 7:30 P.M. .\ ", "There'No Place Like Home drugs available which can
& : !
=== Thu. March 22 7:30: P.M. lrtif.J;; : prevent the CRISIS'and
= < -' -
c= Fri. March 23 8:00 P.M. ; ., make the disease more :
t Sat. March 24 2:00 P.M. s discount' tolerable. '; "
Sat. March 24 8:00: .P.M's -
== Sun. March 25 1 1:30: P.M. = at Duval 18. Individuals with
r Sun. March 25 5:30 P.M. ;;w Sickle Cell' are not

===I Boulevard prevented from having

i children.
ALL SEATS RESERVED Boulevard
hr 19. It should be known to
3.00-4.00-5.00 ti:
t those with trait or anemia,
JUNIORS 16 AND UNDER-HALF PRICE
however that if they have
I SAT. 2:00 Sun.1:30 & 5:30(BOTH SHOWS) ,
children with a partner
I ftfSEIVATIONS ACCEPTED HONE COUSEUM 3)4.3041 .
MAIL THIS COUPON FOR CHOICE SEATS who also has Sickle Cell, '
Y the chances of their
I Made Check l
+ Payable te Jar CelisewmMail teJo Cvde PerforinaaceDnved '
.Celisewm 145 f.Adams ktenvilU..Florida children being affected are
.( 32202. Enclete stamped self addretted enI ,Wed. Mud 11 1,30: p.m.| :
w.""for r.sum.f,.vr tickets. Thus: March 22 7:::30 p,mi,1 very high.
... frL Marc dl23 tMpm:
i-Advl.Tic. g i>S. Eoch iS .
V.vt'"Ticke.. SlochS_ Sal Mar024 1.00: p...'I Ir i 20. IF YOU HAVEN'tALREADYHAVE :. '. ". '.
I), I N: _-__......_.._.__..........:.... .'-"' ; Sal March 2i .':::00 pM.'. ;''A .'" ...'......".
,. Addrfls..i., ._.......,......--...._.?__........ ,s., Mardi 25 1:30'.ia.'I' ," ...
.d .. : .. ......... .. SICKLE CELL CHECKUP '
.. ,. K I C7y___ -:slot." w rP ; ,: ".Sat: M-. #25 5.3O1.!t' ,. .. .: ',
v 'TODAY- !., ". ;",., .. 'I'j;. ":.

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'( '72 MONTE CARLO,CUSTOM ,,:.:..........= .:.: .:,.:,..v-o'.yJy..N.-.:.. :;.
AC-AT. PB, .PS, AM-FM & tape.
HOLT PUBLISHING' MPANY $3,500. CaIL2'64-6674.' "" Movie Schedule

| ADVERTISING
:Publisher CljSSIFIED VW BUG'$1600

Slotted wheels, new treads, Hijacker
JAXAIRNEWS a .. air shocks.$795., 264-6805. after 6 P.M. Friday, March 18

NAS Jacksonville CALL: 3873566LATWINGER NAS: ,"MELINDA'SUspense }
'
71 OLDSMOBILE 442
AdS Should be mailed to arrive not later thin 4-Spd., W-30 Inches, Headers, factoryytape Drama,Starring Calvin Lockhartand
r : Tuesday for pUblication the following Thursday, Air shocks. $2800. 765-0269. Rosalind Cash. "R" (110

HAS Cecil Field I Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be mini k
Ii
pUbliShed the fOllowing week unless the '72TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE650 HOSPITAL: "ROMANCE OF
PUblisher
Is Instructed 5-Speed 2,600 miles 2V months old
otherwise. A check '
ADVERTISING OFFICE ,: money order for the full cost of the ad must be Of' like new. Call 737.8766 or 3894708. A HORSETHIEF"Saturday

4747 San Juan..Avenue i received WITH| the copy for the ad. March 17 .I
1972TRIUMPH SPITFIRE NAS: "CAPT. HORATIO I
Jacksonville : RAtE: mlnlmumch"I.Ulln.s( ) 12." Hard & soft top, AM-FM radio. $2,100. HORNBLOWER" Drama ;:
Per
additional lint((4 words per line) .$' NAS ext. 2526; 772-8159 after 5. P.M. < i
Starring Gregory Peck and .

---- -_-._ _-. .,..., ---... 1970CHALLENGER RT Virginia Mayo. "G" (117 min.)' ..-
\ n ; B n .. J !t: : R&H, Auto. Must sell this weekend HOSPITAL: "MELINDA"WANT ,'
$1595.00 ...
r1 iiii. TENTCAMPERTRAILER Sleeps 4, Used 2 RIVERFRONT LOTS ON SANTA PE 4738 San Juan Phone 389-7916
$225. """"""" """" """"'"
ADSCONTINUED
264796718FT.OWENSFIBERGLASS Ea. lUg VW BEETLE
100' X 177 Good recreation or
TEMPORARY permanent living. Located bend In Many extras If your looking for a VW .
look at this
All office skills needed. Long and River about 80 miles from Jax.,Virgin $1195.
short assignments. No fee. We pay With trailer and 75 .h.p. Johnson Forest. Spring fed'river empties Into 4J38 San Juan Phone 38979161WKARMAN '68 CHEVY IMPALAPS
CHI A CONVERT.4SPD. .
you. Outboard. 7814425.CPOKACKIS&. Suwanee River. Excellent fishing, with AC R&H, Tape deck with
Radio
XTRA HELPERS 396-5188 scuba divers, paradise, owner $795.00 compare anywhereat speakers. Rebuilt eng. & trans. Good .
sacrificing at $11,000. each. 3889886. tires, Slotted rims on back & Chrome
RELIABLE MEN WANTEDTo BLUES 4738 San Juan Phone 389-7916 reverse rims on front. Call 781-0649,or
wash trucks. Full or part-tlme on Practically new. Size 42 regular, $50. 1966 VW SEDAN 7866483. ,
regular schedule. All shifts open $1.85 each. 384-2497. 3BR",28. HOME Customized and sharp only $695.00
+ tips to start. Increase after 2 weeks. LR, DR, & Den Stove & Dishwasher. must sell this weekend SPECIALS '
Apply Truckomat. 1.95 at S.R4 210.SALESMANSALESWOMAN UPRIGHTPIANO W to W carpet In LR, OR, & Den. 4738 San Juan Phone 389-7916 '66 PLYM 6 cyl,Stick $190 .':
Good Cond., Best Offer. Avail. June or July 3846220. 1966 CHEV. IMP. '64 VW Sedan, R&H $240 ',::

Call 7715515. Door Sedan ,all orig. V8-Auto* '65 VW Sedan $270 ',,..
IN REAL
ESTATE MATTERSCall Fact.Alr 50,000'miles '62 VOLVO 2dr, B.18 R&H $370 -
Wayne Shrum 4738 Sap Juan Phone 389-7916 '62 CHEVY 11 HT R&H $390
Full or Part-tlme, Ideal for retiree or FOR SALE ,
Blanding
housewife, established company Refrigerator Agency, lnc.Realtors WJ PL YM. FURY III 68 FALCON 2dr;AT, R&H $740
$75. .
Elect.
expanding,.Into North Florida./ Ex. $65; Air Condo '$75; Port.typewriter T.V. $20. 771-9513 4-Dr. Loaded this Is a fishing car you '68 TEMPEST 2dr,6cyl, R&H $740
perlenced desired not ;W W can take to church ASTRO MOTORS'6S66NORMANDY
essential.
Will Cash register $50. .7 1
786-3717. .f.
: 4738 San Juan
Phone
389.7916
BLVD.
train. Get In on the 'ground floor. ,JtINTAtS: : .
Contact C.R.B.Suite ;:: 't 1\l\ ; ; iJo\tM.ii1 ":\i iI '"
336,19 N.W. Pine KENMORE ELECTRIC RANGE jjhj:''i.i-r tn :\; ----" -- .-- -
Ave. Ocala Fla. 32670.PARTTIME :
Self cleaning oven. Like new. Good ORANGE PARK :::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : ::::::.
buy Ph. 2648837. 2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dish. : )

EMPLOYEE washer Drapes, carpets, Elizabeth MAVIS RUSSELL .'
Sr. Petty officer or'officer needed to 21 FT. CABIN CRUISER Apts;. 771.1465 or 7713355. '
replace transferred 1st Class. You Holsclaw trailer, head, stove, sink at the piano bar

must have mornings open 6-9AM, also Bunks. 60H.P. Outboard $1,500., Call WILMAR APARTME'NTSAir
some weekends. Must work ef 2646674. Conditioned, 2' bedroom, Living '
fectively with both people & paper. room, Kitchen, Bftstnook, parking + BUD FRETWELU' \

Much of your work ,will be under DAYCAREAGE2&UP space for 2 cars, water, sewage, ENTERTA'I
pressure. Starting rate $3.25 per hr. $15 per wk. 7 A.M. to 6 P.M. O. P. garbage, lawn service. Furnished M NT NITELY

With average of 20-25 hrs.a wk.Ample Ridgewood.. 264-6674. $120., Unfurnished 5100. plus 4 percent ..... .?.1J:;{..:J IJ-; .......'.........'.'...... '
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opportunity .increased earnings as sales tax. 387.2541 weekends, 3890744. :
well as permanent full-time em. HYDE PARK UPHOLSTERY :r,
,
SPECIAL RATES
ployment in future. Downtown Jax. Reasonable Prices SHERWOOD FORRESTTo $ 6.00 pei; persond'dubleocc'upancy
location. Call 244-0342 Fri. from 2-5 2021 Jammes Rd., 786-5431 share private home$60 per.mo. FOR SERVICEMEN j

P.M. or Mon 102. 7656458. Entertainment Quarterdeck 'Dine bts
Nitely, Lounge & at r's Seafood ",
AUTO AIR-COND. SERVICE Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial I Phone, Olympic '
MALE HELPWANTEDFull Room Units, Central Units, Tyler FOR RENT BY OWNER S Swimming'Pool' Free Undercover Parking' Mi! .. ,. .i \
Oceanfront Townhouse Condominium, .I, :.. .;
;
Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711 (
or part-tlme $2.00 per ,hour. 18 :
,Unfurn., 2BR., & 28., Jax. Bch. ,
years or older 781-1369. Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388.5161.2WHEELTRACTOR ... !l JthlaW '
Maximum Security & Avail.
luxury.
.
.
.
...
$325,.388-9886., ; ,., 4i ,, ,oj tWtAgi1tR1Yqo(109!
': f
?
PART-TIME GOODMEN NEEDEDTo
Sears &.Roebuck, with turning plow, -
wash MOTOR t
trucks.
$2.00 per hour, a few harrows, all cultivating equIp. and ORANGE PARK HQTEL
hours evenings Sat. & Sun. 2BR.
Apply only duplex apt. furn. AC, 5 min to
$165. 7717397.
between 5:30: and 6:30: P.M. 3806 Perry rotary mower. All for NAS.Will I rent to temporary personnelor 901 Main Street' Phone,355-3744, '., "

St. 355-0264': bachelors, 2646884. .
LG. DINING SUITE Within walking distance.,to all:points:! of\lntfjtesf.\ .

DISHWASHER JANITOR With six chairs,
beautiful.
3 Piece GIVE US A CALL FOR "
Over 21 yrs. old, 5.10 P.M., No Sundays Bedroom suite, both nearly new. 771- Quick Rental of Your Property : "

In .. ....

South apply Orange person Park ; 428 Highway 17 5160. Edward O.' : Lyon", Broker:R 389.0361E. ',,,,, :.:.;.):!.!:jj.!!.!.!:...:i.!
NAVY RETIREDIf REAL ESTATE i LE'N OM ESi>? :'+.1;.
.
you're willing to work 3 days a week .lm.: : yNJUSTISSTRAILER *'iM; : .' '

(MTW) you can fish ,4 days. $100, WE BUY & SELL EQUITIESCall PARK r.t''i1t1ata # '
,
more if you want to earn it. Send brief us for quick service 1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern
resume to P. O. Box 245 '. Orange .. Morrison I.T.ylor.lnc. trailer and apts. 389-3007 ,
Park Fla. 32013.j' 4543 Wesconnett Blvd.

771-3052 737.3864'NORMANDY COLONY MOBILE HOMES 1150 LANE AVE.., SO. PHONE 7815511Open '
.
om- "*-\ '.t'
SALES RENTALS,9359 103rd St.
i : 'M''S !ClAN. 01J5KIRBY ACRES Call 7710275. Dally 8 to 8:30-Saturday 8 to 5-Sunday 1 to 6 PM

: .4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road. SUPER BEETLE Auto, Radio
VACUUM CLEANER frontage, 2 to 20 Acre tracts. Land Is 1972 MOBILE HOME '$2095
12'x70', 3BR 2 full Baths furn. blue 71 SUPER BEETLE Auto, AC Radio
Responsible party take up pmts of $5.a the best Investment for the future. ; $2088
month. Call dealer. 772-8936. Other tracts available over Southwest interior, step up dining room bar & 71 SUPER BEETLE AC Radio, Extra Sharp 5033
Jacksonville stools, carpeted throughout Indoor. 71 SUPER BEETLE AM-FMStereo& Heater
Wynne Realty Florida Outdoor carpeting in kitchen.Mediterranean 71 VW SEDAN 51895
R&H
Special 1
A recorded
message by 389.5514 389-8507 style. Central heat & $1708
SCOTT EDWARDS air, Washer-Dryer, front & back 70 VWSEDAN R&H, Extra Clean $1588
Tells you how to be a stairs, skirting, 9'x12' shed. Call 772- 70 VW SEDAN R&H, Special .<
DISC JOCKEYcall QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY 7330. $1500. dwn $144 per mo. 49 VW SEDAN R&H Clean 51450
,
355-2944 any hour. Approved for Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. 51488 !
veterans. Columbia School of Edward O. Lyon Broker 389.03613BR.FENCEDYARD 1 YR.OLDTRAILER2BR. VWSEDAN R&H, New paint. Special' :''"> 51403

Braodcastlng. San Francisco. Not ., large bath & kitchen, very good VWSEDAN R&H $1395

affiliated with CBS. Inc.. Course by cond., must sell in a hurry, take over 65 VW SEDAN R&H, Good Trans. '',.. $750

home study. Double-Car garage, dinette, range & pymts, $97 monthly, no equity. 781- 71 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, Air Cond. ::: :, ,'-" & $2895
refrlg., 2691.
71VWDELUXE BUS R&H Extra .7 '
387.1213GREEN Clean
VanSandt Realtor ,
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES OF JAX >. $2495
Fabrication In rescreening, window I.:j TR'ANSPORTA'fOH: ::"1: 71 VW DELUXE BUS R&H Special u" $2357

screens,' screen doors, patio & pool COVE SPRINGS .'>.. :' 1.. 'bW4l ;'i\Hif 70VWDELUXEBUSR&HNewpalnt69VWDELUXEBUSR&HExtraSharp $2395
enclosures, aluminum roofs & carPorts Residential, Lots,Acreage .
Chu.Moble", Realtor 284-9365 BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY S1988
free estimates. Owned & 71 VWCAMPER
Associate 264-6861 Used VW's compacts other foreign Pop-top, R&H $3395
operated by: Norman T. Abrams, Lee Duncan, .
USN makes. Astro Motors. 6566 NormandyBlvd. 69 VWCAMPER Pop-top, R&H '
retired, Paul Tinney, 2568 Edison $2495
Ave.. 384-1242. WHITE FENCE FARMS 781-4978. 71 VW SQUARE E BACK R&H, Auto, Extra Sharp ',"' ", $2295

Located In the heart of Arizona's 71 VW SQUARE BACK R&H, Auto, Special ',$1988
finest farming and hunting country, '1970 VW CAMPER Vw '
SQUARE
BACK R&H; Auto
SINGER ZIGZAG
near historic Safford (County seat of Carpet, headers, undercoating, 2 new $1895 ,
1972 Console Model sewing machine R&H, Extra Clean '
Graham County.) Great year-round tires, A.1. Condition. Make offer, 743. $1288
like new. Makes buttonholes, over. $1,100 low terms.. 71 VW FASTBACK R&H V
climate. 1V4 acres 5098. -Top, Special $1895 .
casts, appliques darns, sews on __
Information, please write to
For full 70 VW FASTBACK
AM-FM Radio Auto
to $1750
buttons, etc. Need someone In area
Mrs. A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 170 HONDA
assume $64.80 balance or $9.20 per 2233 North 7th Street, Phoenix 85006. Good Condition, lowest price $200. 72 CH EV VEGA Extra Sharp $ rn '
month. Phone 3981683. Ask for CreditManager. I 389.6552 67 VW 113-1: SEDAN New paint $1195
Will deliver, no obligation. CALLA SHIPMATEJoe

Roplak (RET.Navy) 1970 HONDA 350 NICE SELECTION OF OTHER MODEL VW'S
BEAUTIFULSTEREO Licensed Real Estate Salesman Asking$400. Includes 2 Helmets. We gave them the VW 16-polnt Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .

Take-over layaway balance $68.40 at Representing 2646001. we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
$9.60 per month. Stereo Componentwith Standing Agency,Inc.Realtors And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
automatic changer, headphonelack Home 781,7715 Off Ice 771-9513 TRIUMPH 500 c.c. major| mechanical parts for 30 days or .1000 miles. Come on In and
plays all size records dual New valves, tuned,:excel, cond., Capt. double check
FOR SALE .
speakers. Phone 398.1683 ask for Maguire, 772-3512 ,
*
Bellair "Owner" +FRONTAXLE
home trial. 7 Rm. Home by ENGINE TRANSMISSIONREAR
layaway dept. Free 3BRt2B, Paneled. Den, Spacious LR .ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: *

kitchen w. Elect, Range, SeparateDR ,';," 1966VW.BUSr: : I
1.IVlfcRABS .', Fenced Yard, Patio Utility". :;:*,Reconditioned motor, needs;,body :;. ':.,
work., Best offer will sell 'engine:, _
Wjlford's Fish) Camp Room. Enclosed carportCentral heat.-J:: J'

.\? 26.c.97Q7j: .-',:'. ,.-: : w provisions,, .for air. 264-4295.. -. < Separate- 264-.. 8t._... '.- "II'# .
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Squadron Start Today At NEXJaxToday .

.
'Visiting' 1 marks the start of percent.
7 "Appreciation Days" at Navy Selections were made on the

: Exchanges, Commissary Stores, basis of providing you, the
a "t. with the items that
f the customer,
Jax If and Ship's Stores throughout
happen to
you
world. would be desired the most.In .
notice a strange aircraftas All authorized customers are addition to price reductions,
you pass the VP com. invited to join the 15-day door prizes, in-store sampling,
plex this week, you're not celebration marking the Navy and other special events are
seeing things. .; .:e t Resale System's salute to the being planned as part of the

( The aircraft is one of y :,":., members of the local Navy celebration.In .
saluting the members of the
Exchange and Commissary Store
eight SP-2H's that belongto Advisory Boards. local Advisory Board, the

VP-60, a -reserve During "Appreciation Days," facilities are also conveying their
squadron from NAS th customers can take advantage of thanks to the men and women of
Glenview, Illinois. an assortment of goods and the Navy and their families for
The squadron's com- services at reduced prices. The their continued active par
DUAL HONOR AEl Arthur B. Jones, an Instructor at Phase I, merchandise being offered ticipation as shareholders in the
plement of 70 officers and AE"A" School, listens as Capt. William Carrier, Jr., NATTC skipper, during this event covers the Navy Resale System.
210 enlisted men is reads the citation accompanying Jones' sixth Air Medal. Jones flew spectrum of quality brand-name Board Role
scheduled for a month- 250 combat hours as a helicopter crewman in Vietnam from July items with minimum savings of Created in November 1971 as a
; long period of active duty through November. He also received a Letter of Commendation for a 15 to 20 percent below regular result of an OpNav directive, the
; here. special operation in conjunction with Vietnamese Naval Forces In prices. Some special buys will Advisory Boards represent all
During their here the Mekong Delta.OPCON. offer savings of up to 40 ercent. personnel at an activity and
I > stay Selected items of men's and serve to identify and provide a
VP-60 is being hosted by women's wear, photographic method of responding to
Members
VP-45 and is taking up : equipment, household ap customer needs and desires by
? residence in VP-5's spaces pliances, personal care Items, the Navy Resale System.
at Hangar 1000. dinnerware, power tools and Through designated

The squadron is commanded Finish ACDUTRA radios are among the many representatives, 'customers can
things that will be offered 'at air their opinions and suggestionson
by Cdr. A.M. special prices.In all areas of Navy Exchangeand
Fensted with Cdr. R.C. Jax-Nine members of Naval reserve augmentation during the Navy Exchange service Commissary Store
Riebe as Executive Of- Air Reserve Operational Control drill weekends and other heavy departments, bargains will be Operations.
ficer. Center (OPCON) Units com- operational periods.The found at the beauty salon,service Local advisory board members
pleted two weeks of active duty station, personalized service represent''' a cross-section of
for training with Fleet Air Wing TSC was developed to center, the EM Club and other station or base personnel; in-
11 here Friday.The provide automated assistance for facilities. In all, the Navy Ex cluding, in ,many instances,
HQND training for the officers the briefing, debriefing and in change was able to choose from a retirees who use base facilities.
will result in the designation of flight protection of the Navy's P- list of 353 retail items and 35 The boards meet at times
MOTORS& CYCLES CO. "Staff Duty Officers" within' the 3C. service department specials that specified locally with
4949 BLANDING BLVD. 'Operational Tactical Support In addition, the TSC also were provided for this once-a- management personnel of the
PHONE 771.8244 Center TSC and provide for provides for the V almost instant year event Exchange and Commissary Storeto
analysis and classification of TheCommissary Store discuss various items.At .
I data obtained by Fleet Air Wing Complex here will be offering NAS Jax, board meetingsare
ll's patrol aircraft. The servicesof "Specials" on approximately 95 held bimonthly in.Conference
1 1f the TSC are extended to other items. offered by various vendors Room 1, Bldg. ,I.
forces,_including reserve flight ,and selected by the Complex All .authorized, customers.are
f Big Chief Soy: crews from NAS Jax, Memphis Items Selection Board, with urged to ,make full use of their
I and New Orleans. savings of from 10 to over 30 Advisory Board by actively
J j seeking out their representative
WE
GOT-UM and presenting items for
discussion at future meetings.

BIGGEST WILSON Petttloc

IdX $ Gfedt*$!
i4 MAG and CHROME 100% GUARANTEED USED CARS FURNlTiJRE

V 72 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 71 BUICK ESTATE WAGON
d. WHEEL DEAL 2drHT., Springfield green 9 pass, Springfield Green
with Green Buckets, AC, with Green Vinyl top & WHOLE SAtE

FOR YOUHo!!! f'V 1 auto trans, P.S., P.B., P.W. woodgrain accent, AC, auto PRICE TO EVERYONE
& AM.FM Radio. 7,000 miles trans, AC, P.S., P.B., P.W., I
4 CHROME &extraclean. P.S., tilt wheel.Like new: I

$4488 1 1I
REVERSED $3988 ,

I 13 .14 13 z1 fl f' IAVAIIAlIE I 72 CHEVROLET CAMARO 70 CHEVROLET IMPALA I
widths 10" ':: 2dr. H.T., Wilderness
Green 2dr, H.T. Custom Coupe, ..
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!f f' Jax-The Pelicans of VP-45 won in the second half for VP-45 and 1

,!t\}\ their 15th and 16th straight when it was all over VP-45 had rf Second
t1 games without a loss, the won 11069. r .
American Basketball League Rickey Pruett fouled out in the
championship and a position in Pelican victory but not before he Jax-After losing their first two
the playoffs last week with wins made his mark on the games of last week the Medical
over Medical and Air Ops. Scoreboard. Pruett scored 39 team came back later in the weekto

The second place Medical team points with 27 coming in the jk r t win games from NDRC and
made a run at the Pelicans in the second half. James Delk gave VP-24 and retain their second

,\ first hall and only trailed by one Pruett an occassional breather place position in'the American

point but Rickey Pruett and when he scored 14 of his 18 pointsin League.

James Delk went on a rampage the second half. a + Medical'won 75-60 over NDRC
r Don Johnson and Stephen with the aid of 28 points from Don
Douglas picked up 21 and Jim AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Members of the undefeated Johnson, 19. from Jim Attanasio
AAATSG Stops Attanasio 14 for the Medical VP-45 team are: Back Row (L to R) Coach Cdr. Joe Notargiacomo/ and 18 from Stephen Douglas.

team.', Ted Samples Lackey,-John Brinson, Rick Pruett Paul Malloy and Medical followed this win witha
Assistant Coach "Boats" Davis. Kneeling (L to R) Larone Roberson, ,
the
Medical 74-70 Their second win of the week 7-68 triumph over Batmenof
Mike Delk Charles Stumpf,Tim Jenkins and Kevin Lover. VP-24. The Batmen made
and 16th straight of the season a
<, came much in the same manneras strong attempt in the second half
Jax--MATSG prevented VP-16 Eyes Playoffs to overcome Medical's eight
second their first one last week when
Medical from
clinching
i place last week when they scored they only led Air Ops 39-36 at the point first half lead but fell just
half but went on to an easy 100-73 short.
I win.
a 74-70 overtime win. With Three Games LeftJaxVP16 Don Johnson repeated as high
U{ MATSG led 36-27 at the half but
point man in this with 29.
,'! Medical came back to tie the Pruett and Delk were again the ,game
Don Schellhase and
game at 64-64 before finally big guns for VP-45 as Delk lead added two wins to their schedule the Eagles could Stephen
losing in overtime. the way this time with 26 and their season's totals last week wind up in second if they won all Douglas added contributions of 12
Louis Moyzan scored six of his Pruett followed with 25. Herman and as a result assured them of their final games and Medical points each. Ron Dannecker
scored 26 for
teams' 10 overtime points and Lackey played a big part in their selves of no less than a tie for .lost its last game of the year. VP-24.
finished the game with 20 points second half bombardment when fourth and a possibility of endingup The first win of the week for VP-24 Shoots
before fouling out. Jim Attanasio he scored 18 of his 20 points. Paul in second. VP-16 came against the winless

led Medical with 25 points. Malloy added 10. With three games remaining onthink AIMD team, 98-59. No less than
( seven men hit for double figuresfor For PlayoffsJaxThe

the Eagles as they coasted to
Batmen of VP-24

winplan victory.Leading the long list was Doug picked up two wins before a loss
to Medical last
week and
as a
Shepard with 21.His 21 included a
seven for seven performance at result stayed one game ahead of
. ..J''f the free throw line. Following NDRC in the fourth and final spot
still open for the playoffs.
him were Jack Anderson with 15,
I''t Ai Dennis Mobley with 14, Larry FICEUR put up quite a
Fisier with 12, Arnold Queen and struggle in a very evenly matched
Robert Rodriguez with 11 and contest but came up short as
It! Cletis Roy with 10. VP-24 emerged with a 64-61 win.
The closeness in the
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VP-16 followed this win with a
91-84 victory over MATSG. evidenced in the statistics..VP-24
had 30 field four of ll
goals, free
I MATSG kept it close in the first
II throws and 15 personal fouls
I half as they trailed by one at
halftime but they lost steam' in while FICEUR had 28 field goals,
s five of 11 free throws and
15
the second half while the Eagles
personal fouls.
were finishing strong.
Dennis Mobley was, the man Ron Dannecker was high for
, : that kept the Eagles: together in VP-24 with 26 while W.P. Martin

i winning night .. RACE 8 SATURDAY 1:30 the second half when he scored 21 had 30 for FICEUR.
a MATINEE of his 25 points. Larry Fisier Their other win came a- little
. added 21. easier with an 86-74 decision over

'c _A' VW4. Ron Dannecker repeated
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FICEUR with 26 points while
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I After FICEUR UpsetJaxNDRC INTRAMURAL



only won one game W.Martin led FICEUR BASKETBALLSTANDINGS
out of three last week but that one win in overtime when he to' their

win was enough to give them an seven of his team's 14 scored
outside shot at the fourth place points. Martin finished overtime
with
position and a spot In the playoffs points. 31

with only two games remainingon
their schedule.The .
Fouls played a big part in American Leaguew
win 75-71
came against Air FICEUR's win when b
NDRC
Ops and put them one
game finished with two more field L
goals
behind VP-24 who also has
only than
FICEUR, but only collected VP-45 16 0 NATTC GOLF CHAMPS Members of the AE School (team two)
two games Manville remaining. 11 of 33 free throw attempts to Medical 13 4 golf team were recently presented with trophies for their first place
Al was high for
man FICEUR's 20 of 38. VP-16 finish in the NATTC Intramural .
11 4 competition. They are (Lto R) Capt.W.
with and
NDRC 15 Bruce Dauer
NDRC 9 7 Carrier, Jr., AVCM M Rodriquez, AE1 L Holmes, AECS C.
and Howard Poole added 12 each. Hospital Takes Matsg 6 9 Duliakas, Cdr. E. G. Lightjey,AEC D. Schlegel and Cdr. S. H. Block.

,After following the win with a VW-4 6 10 Members not shown are AEC C. Bailey and AOCM H. Hooker.

loss to Medical, NDRC had a Playoff Ficeur 5 11
chance to tie VP-24 for fourth Spot AirOps 4' 12 NATTC Winter Golf Ends

place in their game against AIMD 0 16
Jax-Hospital clinched the final Jax-NATTC'sIntramural Golf
Tournament Day. Cdr. J. H.
FICEUR. FICEUR set their
playoff spot in the National season ended recently with a Brady won first place for low net
hopes back a little,however,witha ,
72-67 overtime win. League last, week with 70-63 win National Leaguew Tournament Day with the AE and received a golf bag for his
over NarJax. ? School (team two) taking first efforts.For the longest putt First

NDRC had a five point lead NarJax led 29-28 at the half in L place., Sergeant J. Mueller won a pair of
going into the second half but their effort to tie Hospital for the Hawks 14 1 Members of the winning team bright red, white and blue golf
fourth were: Capt. W. Carrier, Jr., shoes. Golf clubs were presentedto
FICEUR came back to tie things place spot but Hospital VP-5 13 3 ..
AVCM M. Rodriquez, AE1 L. Staff J. McGee for
up at 58-58 and send the game into regained their composure and Commun 12 4 Sergeant
overtime. won the game Hospital 9 : 6 Holmes, AECS C. Duliakas, Cdr. closest to the pin and to CW02 P.
NarJax 7 E.G. Lightsey, AEC D. Schlegel, Blaylock for the longest drive.
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22 points while Larry Thomas Martd 3 13 and AOCM H. Hooker. petition for low gross and Cdr
had 17 for NarJax. Nattc Prizes were also presented for S.H.Block had the shortest drive.
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1 BASKETBALL VA-174 "A" nipped VA-174 They completed their season ; S

McNeal's 19 points paced VA45to "B"45-41.Walker and J. Williams with a perfect record: No wins S.T-
a narrow 47-40 win over the were again the big guns for the and lots of defeats.

I I, Marines.John Mills tallied 16 for A's with 20 and 12 points NOTICE: VA-15 and VA-87 will

the Marines. respectively.Welsh had 14 for the square off Thursday evening in a

!, VA-66 needed a 32 point out- B's.VA174 game which will decide the
burst by Terrell to down VA-12 64- "B" came back the station championship. The gameis 1y

1 58. Woodard had the hot hand for following night to beat the VA-87 scheduled for 1800, 15 March.
i VA-12, scoring 21 points. VA-12 "0" team 43-35 in overtime. VA- Both-teams are undefeated thus

., was down by 11 points at half- 174 outscored their opponents 9-2 far, so it should be a good show. ,
I; time. in overtime to take the win 4 F
i Unbeaten VA-87 waltzed past Welsh had 16 and Castor 13 for

'! VA-66, 7356. Both Johnson andt VA-174, while Huehn had 15 for BOWLING
the The final evening of bowling
Brooks had 24 counters for VA-87.
t '* found VA-45 on top of the heap
I winners. As usual, Terrell, with Standings:
with the Marines
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27 points led VA-66.
The VA-66' VA-15 the second slot. VA-45 put on a
t busy squad played 12 0
their 3rd game during the week, VA-87 11-0 steady team effort in the) past
t downing Medical 5839. Terrell VA-174 10. 2 few weeks to earn the crown.

:' "only"had 36 for the winners, VA-45 .'::' 9-4' NOTICE: Roller skating starts _
:j i1 while his teammate Hogan OPS-NAMTD .; 84' Friday and Saturday from 1900 V A

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Navy-Marine .

With .Stars'A [Bowling Standings :'

Place Super
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Jax The Leprechauns Powell Plym. 55 29
the Super Stars deeper into met the Rat Pack. Jack Hubbardhad The VP-45 team also evened up Clean Drunks 53th 301h "
place in the Continental a 214 for NAMTD and Joseph their record and tied the Busch FRANo.91 45 39 ;.
last week with a four game Farley rolled a 202 for Rat Pack. Buds when James Stoner rolled a Whitey Fish Camp. 43 V440V4
and in turn moved Douglas Pearson rolled a 216 to 206 and they won three from Auto-Bahn 39 45
into a tie for first. enable his Top Five team to NarJax No. 2. Anchor Klankers 32 52 '
The sweep enabled salvage one win against the The Good and Bad team lost Make Ups 7 77' r
Leprechauns to tie the Busch Leaguers. Richard O'Neill two to the FICEUR CPO No. 2
Busters for first place when rolled a 208 for the winners. team but still managed to hangon
Grouches took two games The Wipeouts rolled two to third place in the league. VOLLEYBALL 1
the Pin Busters.. Robert matches last week but only Allen Chappell rolled a 204 for "
managed two wins when they lost STANDINGS
rolled a 204 to help the
three) to the Commodores and FICEUR.American
Busters to one of their two League
three to Six Pack.
The .Pin Busters' 245'i' Atlantic League There were several big sets and NarJax 20'2. .
Leprechauns'records now The FICEUR CPO No. 1 team big games in the American Ficeur 19 3
at 21.7 while the Grouches lost its second place spot to the League last week and the Matsg 17'5
in to second with an 19-10 Lifers last week in the Atlantic Hurricanes came up with most of VP-45 -15 :/' 7
them when they took four from ,.' '
The Help team moved League when the Lifers took four Nattc 14', 8
ADPERS. Harold Foster led the ,"" ,
fifth to third when from FASOTG and the last place NDRC 141. 8 1,
Hurricanes with a 209 in his 577 '''. .
Bagdiglan rolled a 225 game Trippers took three from Fasotg 8''s; ; 14 :
a 575 set to lead his team to FICEUR. set while Garlan Duckett added a MBks '.... 7."." 15
wins over the Hawks. NarJax No. l's six game lead 214 and Jack McCarley a 202. Martd '-. 7"' ,:', 15

Other Continental : fell to three games when they lost Billy Marrs rolled a 202 game VW-4 5' : :17
matches saw the three to a hot VP-16 team.Arthur and Ed Toth rolled a 572 set to Supply 4 18 -
Barracks sweep four Wilson rolled a 204 while Howard lead the Late Chargers to a four AirOps 2 20
Hospital, the Boozers sweep Holloweg rolled games of 225 and game sweep over ADCOP.
from Eagles No.2 and Eagles 204 in his 604 set to lead VP-16 to Jack Huston picked up a 207
3 take,three from the victory. game and a 571 set last week but D
Pacific League The Busch Buds brought their his CommissaryStore team was
Bing Palisoc of the record up to the .500 level when only able to manage one win
and Harry Acker of FUBARS James Blake rolled a 220 and led against the second place
their own personal] scoring his team to a sweep from CAG-20. Trailblazers.
last week when their two
met, but the Splitmakers
pletely dominated with a S S.0 !!

game sweep. Palisoc rolled a ,c B'andlng.a.' .

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I ; q Jax Navy Wins Southeast Military Golf Title : ': I I IJax


The Jax Navy Golf Force Base team took the top course late Friday before the The top ten individual finishers of Patrick 148, ;Buddy Moore of
team won the Southeast individual honors with a two- third round could be completed were: Steve Trotter 143, Mark Tyndall 149, Timmer- Ahreas of
Military Invitational Golf round total of 143.. .and it became necessary to halt Hayes 147, Jim Swan 147, Jim Jax 149, George Schuster of I
Tournament team title last week play. Winners were then, determined Wright of MacDill 148, Barry Albany 149 and Jim Samford of
1 with a 10 stroke victory over the The tournament was originally according to the results of Smith Jax. 148, Dave Holcomb Tyndall 149.
; NAS Albany team while Steve scheduled to go three rounds buta the first two rounds.
t
: Trotter of the Charleston Air sudden downpour soaked the -

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year to first this year when they -
carded a 296 in the first round anda (
301 in the second round. Their :
them six stroke lead '
i 296 gave a ;
t over Albany which they later
turned into a 10 stroke.win. v'
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Steve Trotter shot a first round
ll ui '' 73 to tie him for second with
several other players but he
came back in the second round to
shoot a 70 and finish with a four
stroke win. Mark Hayes of Fort
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Maxwell AFB tied at second with
totals of 147 but due to a USGA : r-

rule about ties, Hayes was
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The top 10 finishers in the team .
standings were as follows: Jax
Navy 597, NAS Albany 607,
SOUTHEAST CHAMPS-Members of the Jax Navy team that won Tyndall AFB 611, Patrick AFB.
the Southeast Military Invitational Golf Tournament proudly displaythe 615, Fort Jackson 616, Fort .
trophies presented to them by Capt. Donald J. Childers, NAS XO. Rucker 617, Robbins AFB 617, INDIVIDUAL WINNERS-Capt. J.Chllders,HAS XO, gives -.:.
They are from left to right: Dick Bailey of MARTD, Harry Hooker of Charleston AFB 618, MacDill a double congratulations handshake f to Steve Trotter.(L) of Charleston
NATTC, Capt. Childers, Jerry Mullencop of NarJax, Timmer Ahrensof AFB 621 and Homestead AFB AFB and Jim Swan Maxwell AFB Trotter finished first In the Individual ;;<
AFEES and Barry Smith of VP-56. 629. competition and Swan finished third. :-
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i-HI: I Jax -- An organizational Jax Navy Fliers Softball team
1:I t.| meeting for the upcoming in- will be held this Sunday, March AVOIDS THE ROUGH. "
f tramural softball. season will beheld 18 at 11 a.m. on Enterprise Field. r ,
I on Wednesday, March 21 at Eight men showed up for last Tire City guarantees a smooth ride! .
I 9:30.in: the Conference Room of weeks practice but several more
I Bldg. 704. All commands or.units are needed.All positions are wide, B. F. GOODRICH Jj
: interested in participating .are open.
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Conference Room of Bldg. 704. Ticket Office. The badges are etf Stability ng rGrf *9-Rib in Sizes:
f '' Anyone interested in umpiring is $16.00 for the'entire week; week- ,ec ,,.,;, ? MO U ,MO* H78 and Above: ( "
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