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 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Interest of Personnel of Naval Air StatloruJacksonville., Florida AAARCH 22, 1973

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By JOSN Debbie Thompson AJax ,
NATTC's precision drill team, the .Jaxon
. Lancers, gave their final performance Saturday at the ,

'! Fifth Annual St..Patrick's Day Parade in Brunswick, !

Ga. for 20,000 attentive spectators. A ,;
The dissolution of the Jaxon Lancers became tro4 .
necessary as the result of austere funding and manpower k 1

.: problems associated with budget cutbacks and \+ ri1r j
personnel reductions. : j'i

Formed in August 1959 as a means of allowing the
civilian communities to see their Navy at close range,
the"team was' composed of approximately 25 volunteer

students from the Aviation Electrician's Mate School.To ,f. ...
participate inthe, drill team activities, the members :. .
. were required to be scholastically' qualified and be SERVICEMAN OF THE MONTH-AO1 Richard D.Wyman, NAS Jax Serviceman of the Month for
. willing to give up free time after school I and, on February workson: his office!records at the Weapons Department Target Division,

weekends. : 1

...... '> <' .. 'The' 'students- -- n-' 'remained' H on the- team. :for'V- about.,five- a! AO1. Wyihan: .Selected l < ;: > ;. \. -

I, <-mQn.hc-'I: : 'pettorming: two.... ..tqt' threeJfmes} :; 1- < a:nonth. :. . : ..., .. ., /. ,
,'. Their performances\ *g* .l''lth I"f'f1Ji1'.U/ aQ.*'*'commumties'a"! ;: : ': .. ," I ;. .. ,.-:. :,kl"' ''' ...... "'!"! "-"'.""' '. J 1

'. ;. .chance to seethe Navy at its best and the members were t i
>able to visit' areas in and around Jacksonville. 'Top Jax Serviceman } ., :

They have'also performed at such.far away places as .

the Mardi Gras in New Orleans and Miami's Orange Jax A01 Richard D. Wyman of the Target Division; in the Weapons Depart-.: ,

Bowl. ment has been named the NAS Jax Serviceman of the'Month. for February. '
. During their 14-year existence, the Jaxon Lancers
continually strove for excellence,' representing the Wyman received the honor as a operational squadrons: attests to maintained, according to his
his duties his outstanding .professionalism nomination. ;
result of as Assistant -
United ,States Navy and its proud ,heritage in an admirable ,'
Target Chief Petty Officer. His ." Wyman has made every rate on .;, ; 1
manner. nominating letter states that, The fleet squadrons which use time in a rating which for E-5 and "' 1
"the manner in which he per the ,targets frequently, change up is very nearly'a, "closed" '
forms his duties of maintaining their scheduled periods rating and most recently completed )
all office records and providing, requiring the Target Division to a course on UNa valOrienta'tion"
t I at the same time, radio coor- shift their support response on a' .with a grade of 3.9. r
dination-liaison between the two moments notice. But, as a resultof Cdr E. C. Garrett Weapons .
} s \ remote, multi-purpose 'bombing Wyman's conscientious attention Officer says of Wyman, "his
ranges, COMFAIRJAX, and to every detail and his outstanding decorum, 1
ability to quickly devise a promptand professionalism, and above all, \
Having proper solution, the Target his pride, and concern for his '!
P : Division has been greatly fellow man, is an inspiration for ; .
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assisted in their efforts to efficiently all who know and associate with 1
Problems ? and effectively meet the him. He is held in highest regard '
fleet requirements, according to by his juniors and seniors ,alike ;
his leading officer. and his contribution to the Navy :1
Jax-If you are a Navy man or Fleet usage of the two targets and 'community cannot be *
woman, active or retired,. or .a usually extends from 8 ajn.. to measured by words alone.!' \
dependent, with a problem or, midnight,. Monday through As a result of 'winning the '<
question that concerns life in the Friday, and sometimes on the Serviceman of the Month award, ]
Navy,this may be the answer you weekends for Reserve Wyman will redeve a certificate !
need. Squadrons. This often makes the for a free dinner at the Can- .*
The Navy Services and normal working day for Target dlelight Restaurant, he win be '
Benefits Council will meet March personnel 10-12( hours, but A01 guest of the City of St. Augustine '
29 at 10 a.m. in Hangar 1000, Wyman uses his professional on a Saturday of his choice and be .
1 Room 240, to clarify Navy competence to effectively 'and will be a weekend guest of the
programs and ensure that all key fairly assign the workload and as Golden Sands Motor Lodge in ''
ikI/ services and facilities in ,the a result a high morale level is Jacksonville.
; COMFAIRJAX area are --. J.
operating in the best interests of )
Navy personnel and their
dependents.Make Meet The Silver Eagles'see :
DONATION FROM THE SKIPPER-Capt. William O. Sizemore, plans to be there and let i
NAS Jax CO, loins'the blood donors at list week's blood drawing as your voice be heard. .
; Cdr. Richard T. Schoonover (Right), AIMD Officer, and Mrs. Frank You'll be helping yourself-and Page 12 .1
:. Dailey of the Red Cross stand by. your shipmates. ,


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I IK.lllll Pastry Bar.BRUNCHs. at 10 a.m. Cream of Bar.DINNER Minestrone Soup, Baked -

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French Fried Potatoes,'Baked Beans,.. Ala King, Baking Powder Biscuits,
Gravy, Pastry Bar, Salad Bar Lyonnalse Potatoes, Boiled Navy
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Friday March 23 Vegetables, Martha Washington Butter Cookies Coconut Cream Pie,Angel Food Cake. ff
BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple Cream Pie, Brownies. SUPPERs Southern Style Fried SANDWICH LINE Chili Dogs,
Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Scram SANDWICH LINE Chili Dogs, Chicken, Chicken Gravy, WhiPPed. Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped NAVALAIRSTATIONPROTESTANT
bled Eggs w-Cheese, choice of Baconor Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Onions, Dessert Bar.
Ham Lyonnalse Potatoes. Onions, Dessert Bar.S.turd.y Peas, Hot Spfced Beets, Bread SUPPER: Pan Roast of Beef Au
Creamed Dried Beef, Pastry Bar. ,March Dressing, Salad Bar, Peanut Butter Jus, Natural Gravy, Snowflaked Sunday
DINNER Pepper Pot Soup, Fried BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Fried Cookies, Cherry Jello. Potatoes, Seasoned Green Beans, Hot Divine Worship 8:30: a.m.
Fish Portions or Meat Loaf w.Gravy, Eggs to Order, Grilled French Toast Sunday,March 25 Spiced Beets, Salad Bar, ApplesauceCake at All Saints Chapel.
Baked Macaroni Cheese, Au Gratin Maple Syrup, Choice of Luncheon BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Cherry Jello.Wednesday. Church School 9:30 a.m.
Cauliflower, Buttered Mixed Meat or Pork Sausage. Hash Brown Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto ,March 21 Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
-- I Order, Cheese Omelet, Choice of BREAKFAST Cooked Farina, All Saints Chapel.
Sausage or Bacon, Home Fried Fried Eggs to Order, Home Fried Junior Youth Fellowship
.Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Potatoes, Choice of Pork Sausage or 12:30: p.m. Senior Youth
J. AIR, NEWSThe BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Split Pea Luncheon Meat, Creamed Dried Beef, Fellowship 1:30 p.m.
Soup, Fried Ham Steaks, French Hot Biscuits, Chilled Orange Juice, Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Pastry Pastry Bar.DINNERs. at the Small Chapel.
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Bar, Lemon Meringue. Pie, Chocolate Vegetable Soup, Fried
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Cookies. Ham Steaks, Gravy, Mashed Tuesday =
SUPPER: Roast Beef Au Jus, Potatoes, Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Brown Gravy, Parsley Buttered Cream Style Corn, Salad Bar Cherry p.m. at Bldg. '750 and
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Potatoes, Seasoned Green Beans, Pie, Sugar Cookies. Christian Science Service
.. must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Buttered Squash, Salad Bar, SANDWICH LINE; Grilled Ham. p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon: on Monday before publication.News Chocolate. Cookies, Lemon MeringuePie. burgers or Cheeseburgers French
Fried Potatoes, Sliced Tomatoes, NAVAL HOSPITAL
Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 Monday,March 2t Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles Divine Worship 10a.m. at
or 3119. BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato Mustard, Catsup, Salad Dressing, St. Lukes.
Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Dessert Bar.SUPPERs.
advertised in this publication must be made
"Everything: Order Fruit Cocktail Hot Cakes w. Barbecued Frank. NATTCProtestant
9, available for purchase '.use or patronage without regard to Maple Syrup, Baked Pork 8. Beans, furters,or Fried Fish Sticks w.Tartar Worship
race, creed,. color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, Luncheon Meat, Pastry Bar. Sauce, French Fried Potatoes But. Service, '10:30 a.m. In

t.. user, .or patron. A confirmed violation, or rejection of this Roast DINNER of Pork Minestrone, Snowflaked Soup Pan tered Cauliflower, Seasoned Lima Building 500.
Potatoes, Beans, Salad
of ; advertiser will result In the Bar, Sugar Cookies,
polLcy equal opportunities by an Chilled Applesauce, Mexican Corn Cherry Pie. CAT'HOllCSaturday
refusal to .print advertising from that source." Brown Gravy, Buttered Spinach, Mass 5 p.m. at
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Sauce, Pizza' Pie, Toasted
Cuban Maple and
Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Tuesday, Thursday
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Asparagus
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I :. 4747 San Juan Ave,, Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Vegetables, Salad Buttered Bar, Pineapple Mixed Apple DINNER Juice,Southern Pastry Bar. Mass 11s30= am.Chapel.at
Fried Chicken, the Naval Hospital
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Y Jax -The Civilian Cafeteria is Wednesday,March 28 .
Jax-The following is a''reportof ,located, at Bldg. 2, on the Vegetable,' Soup, Pork Cutlets qtr
motor vehicle accidents and southeast corner of Yorktown with Gravy 'and, Stewed Apples, '
traffic violations for the period of and Ranges All military and Chicken Ala King with Toast, i .
March 511. \ :> ,civilian personnel and their Beef Stew with Rice, 7 oz. t
Number of Accidents \, guests are invited to use the Chopped Sirloin. Fish. ;
This period 19This 2Jf't facility. Mashed Potatoes, Rice and "
period a year ago 11 Breakfast is served from 6-8 Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,
.' ,Total accidents this year 100 ( a.m. and lunch is served' from 11 Corn Spinach Field Peas.,
Total accidents through this i a.m.. to 1 p.m.,, Combination Salad, Tossed :,
period last year 71 4_: k This week's menu is as follows: Salad, Chef ,Salad Bowl, Plain .
.Total number of days since last Monday,March 26 Jello, Fruit. Jello, Plain Cottage :;'
injury in a motor vehicle accident IJcJriik Tomato Soup, Chicken ,with Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese,
2 : (>> Dressing, Chili Con Carne with Fruit Cup, Waldorf, Salad, ,,.,'
Number of days since an injury : \ Rice; Boiled Corn Beef with Macaroni and Egg Salad. :,
last year at this time 17 : "'" : '" ; Cabbage, 7 oz. Chopped .Sirloin, Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple .,
Number of Violations "I V' )- Fried Fish.Mashed Pie, Strawberry Short Cake,

This period 56 -.. ... : ; Potatoes, Rice and Assorted Puddings. "
,Speeding 13 ': 1 ,, Gravy French Fried Potatoes, Thursday,March 29 1
Reckless driving l en.! l .d.. ,. Buttered' Cauliflower, String: Cream of Celery Soup, Country .
L \ t" Beans, Great Northern Beans. Steaks ,with Yellow Rice, Liver '
Going through stop sign 7 {
Other Violations 35 > ; "" Combination Salad, ,Tossed with Onions, Fried Chicken, 7.oz. !;
{ \ Salad, Chef ,Salad Bowl, Plain Chopped Sirloin,. Fish. "'
Twenty-five drivers appeared Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain.Cottage I Mashed Potatoes, Rice ;and .;r
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon WELCOME HOME Lt. Lewis I.Williams, former POW, receives a Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Gravy, French Fried ,Potatoes, '
March 15. Disposition of the :Red Cross_Welcome Kit from Miss Ruth Cooper, American Red Cross Fruit Cup, Beet and Onion, Peas, Yellow Green Beans, 'I
cases included the following: Hospital Director at the Naval Regional Medical Center. The kit, Emma Salad. Green Lima Beans.Combination t :
being presented to each POW returnee, contains 'comfort articles, Almond Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Salad, Tossed \f
Three lost driving and parking quizzes,pencil puzzles,game instructions and illustrated quotes. Area Coconut t Cake, Assorted Pud- Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain I .
privileges aboard the station for garden clubs and school children have also sent flowers, banners and dings. Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage \ I ",;
various, periods; three were other articles to welcome home the returnees. Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, '"
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assigned to complete an eight- Tuesday,March 27 Fruit Cup, American Salad, Tuna .
hour course in remedial driving; Chicken Rice Soup, Pan Roast Fish Salad. :' .

.. eighteen received suspensions; Beef with New Potatoes, Veal Sweet Potato Pie, Apple Pie,
three were given warnings;; three Cutlets with Parmesan Sauce, Boston Cream Pie, Assorted I
were dismissed; fifteen were Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, 7 oz. Puddings I t
; fined (U.S., Magistrate); and Chopped Sirloin Stuffed Crab Friday,March 30 I .j
j thirteen were referred to com- with Cole Slaw.. Clam Chowder: Trout \'
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manding officers for possible ; / Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Almondine, Stuffed Peppers with .:
disciplinary action. Five were \ ,Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Creole Sauce, Baked Frankfurters '
assigned to motorcycle defensive tt Turnip Greens, Blackeyes, Okra with Potato Salad, 7oz. !
driving courses. and Tomatoes. Chopped Sirloin. i ;
Combination Salad, Tossed Mashed Potatoes, Rice and, Y.
Nineteen drivers were assessed Salad, Chef,; Salad Bowl, Plain Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,
_fifty-two traffic points. Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage White Acre Peas, Stewed
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Tomatoes,Mustard Greens. ;
Fruit :Cup, Sunset,Salad, PotatoSalad. Combination Salad, Tossed \- ,

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I, CNO Answers Questions From Jax Navymen; I IJax



excessive profits was not calls for a $25 a month increase
The main and said, "We Exchanges manage the clubs having
purposeof as a Navy just statement. He said for the first two years at sea
thenan
Adm. Elmo Zumwalt'srecent blew it..' when other services allow the an accurate
Increase of
$75 for
hard for the
time
that it was actually any of
The Admiral said that during senior enlisted personnel to run
visit to NAS Jax two
After
to generate a profit as over years. a shore tow-
Exchanges
his East Coast tour he had been them
was to answer questionsthat to increase it would revert back to the
noticing another case where A: Adm. Zumwalt said that he a result of having pay $25
level. He said
there
Navymen might have standards.As has been no
of differences
people were going beyond the wasn't aware any
about recent events and limits of changes that had been between the services and asked for broadening the range of decision, on the proposal so far.

directions as well as made. He said that about 10 to 15 MCPO Jack. Whittet to answer goods offered by the Exchanges, Drug ProgramQ
Whittet said that a he said he would like to see this ,: What are the cost factors
possible future events and percent of the personnel he had the question. involved in the
and it done but he was not optimistic as Drug Exemption
seen' were abusing the new hair study is being done now
directives.The standards. He said that this was indicated that a SUPERS far as seeing any dramatic Program and the percent who are.
following are some becoming a hazardous situation operated club better suited the changes like the offering of of recovered?
of the questions asked of much in the same manner that needs of club patrons and that he furniture or any similar type A: ;He said he had no cost

the. CNO and his answersto the dungaree privilege becameone could forsee changes coming in change. estimate in terms of dollars
but
available that
those and that he hoped the lesson that. respect and that he would Sea PayQ eight to 15
questions: was apparent.At give his support to such a change. : Is anything being done percent of those actually ad-
DungareesQ King Hall he asked for a After Whittet finished the about increasing Sea Pay dicted are being completely
showing of hands as to who Admiral added that be would look because the Navy's seems smallin rehabilitated. He added that
: 'Why was the dungaree believed that if the dungaree into the systems used by other comparison to overseas pay these percentages were higher
regulation changed and can it be privilege were restored there services once he got back to paid to other service personnel.A than those of civilian centers and
changed back? would be no violations and who Washington.Q : Adm. Zumwalt agreed thatit that the money involved was
A: He said it was changed that he small in comparison to the work
unfair and was
believed there would be : Why .at a time of inflationare was
because too many people carried violations. It turned out to be the Exchanges claiming pushing hard to have it.chang d. being done by the program.G. .
the change beyond its limits, but about a 50-50 split with possibly a excessive profits and also wouldit lie said bills have been in- .Bill
he added that no change was ever after Q: Will the G.I. Bill be
small advantage going to those be possible to broaden the troduced into Congress
permanent. He reminded who believed there would still. be range of articles sold at the talks with key Congressmen and discontinued and if so will it be
everyone of the two messages he violations. Exchanges? changes have already been extended for those presently in

sent outwarning of violationsonce Navy ExchangesQ A:.Adm Zumwalt said that the suggested to the Bureau of the service?
the change had been made :. Why: does the Navy let the statement about Exchanges Budget. He said the new proposal A; The CNO said he didn't
.I ''know for 'sure if it would be
continued but that as long as a

state of national'emergency
existed it would be continued and

at this point we are .hi what is
4) me K3DIS LearninG cenrer considered as a state of national

emergency. As for those who are
already in, he said he was ab-
solutely certain that the privilege
The Kadis Learning Center is a special kind of would be extended for them if it.

school with a specialized staff and program. We are : ., were discontinued.

dedicated to the development of the child with Retirement PayQ
i! ... : What is the latest word on
.. average or above average intelligence who has retirement pay?

., .,' '. problems in learning. A: Zumwalt said that with the
.. new pay scales taking up 56
If your child Is suffering these:problems! you- '.fc' percent of the Defense dollar

? 'F:. and he-are not. alone, There are many and they arebejngyelped ......_ .:.., Congress feels that it can reduce

:.p t ; .:;.:.I. ., Why not. call, >,us"; for a conference... and. !; ,.' 'tlt''f'JI.; : .,.,. .,.the the,percent.20,.year?, ,.I retirement without, _pay the at

.. .. preliminary diagnostic test? ,.' .: : retiree suffering any big loss. He
also said that there is presently a

:... study being done by the
''
; '';" H ;. Secretary of Defense for a plan
where who retires at 20
a person
.
.. .,
: : .PROBLEMSPROG'RAMS :. would. get 37 percent
.1.. r EVALUATION years
retirement pay and after 10 yearsit
,:.J Children who evidence any of The Kadis Learning Center is A comprehensive diagnostic would go up to 50 percent. For

'.- the following symptoms may dedicated to the development of and evaluative testing procedure those who stayed in beyond the 25

r. ." "'have a learning problem:' the child with average or aboveis provided each child: year mark it would go up to 78
.; :. average intelligence who has <, "..' percent and those who stayed in

*\ "Jl 1 ,'j,,,' .- a learning problem and offers a (.,..;: 10 or more would qualify for 25
., with '," percent. He said this would havea
"
: specialized program :. : .
,: "' ., effect those coming in
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.:1" ; larger on
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,.. '. than it would on those already in
.,i ."''Overactive :. Qualified Staff. '. Psychological-Personality ,:;'t; : but that this study has not yet
;.. Individual y s been submitted for action so now
: Poor,Reader': Instruction .. Evaluation .N '
:f ':" Short Attention Span!'.R. ?.;" Perceptual Development Academic Abilities Battery ( .; is the time for' everyone to get
.
"
l Daydreams .. ,"J* Speech and Hearing TherapyReading Speech and Hearing .' .'.:... their opinions in.Civilian. Jobs
'. ,_, Fidgety '. /., Remediation Evaluation '' r 1 ,
can't of the jobs
Q: Why
many
; Poor Concentration:.:. '. {.:.' Summer Classes Vision Analysis };: presently being done by civiliansbe
..;i}.' ,Withdrawn 10 Children Per Class Preliminary Interview and:' ',: 4}'{ ." done by military people?

:: ,.. Awkward or Clumsy 1 Teacher-1 Teacher AideAll Program Conference \ '.', '. A: Adm. Zumwalt answeredthis

;;. } Temper: Tantrums Academic Subjects Perceptual Motor Screening ,:.,: ,", by saying that this was being

"'"j' Easily Discouraged Ideal Location '. Complete Physical :.-we--'' done on a gradual basis. He said,

.' Vv Reverses letters, o ds. Air Conditioned Classrooms .? Examination :', '.': however that this type of sub
: ,
ti1 : stitution should be done carefullyand
.
y
; Speech/Hearing/ DifficultiesEmotional .', "
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,' that this is why it is being
Problems. .
.. : .(, done slowly.
'r ,
.; Frustration _.
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;i. .. .'.f The-KadisLearning' Center_ conducts case conferences > The .J Kadis Learning Center works in cooperation FRIENDLY, *RELAXED
j ,'. wherein the specific learning disabilities of -,' with parents..' Diagnostic test results and specific, QUIET ATMOSPHEREliiiiiimiiiiiiiiMiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiHii

J i:! .: ....,,. .., each child are' assesseci.:'Recommendations: :by.the.'professional :. .recommendations..are given to each parent. Con- 1. .: .. I I I i
f : !.:. staff for:the remediation 'ofspecificlearningsproblems ferences are conducted between teachers and': < IDEALLY LOCATED FOR
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: provide parents to insure a
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This article is written in appreciation to the CARE Center staff: 6

,\ What is the CARE Center? }
Many people have never heard of the CARE Center before and manyof i'a
those who have don't know,what it is.
CARE stands for COUNSELING AND REHABILITATION EF-
FORTS, ana that's Just what it is. The main purpose of the CARE
Center is to provide counseling and rehabilitation to people who abuse
legal and illegal drugs. They carry out their mission through individual -
counseling, group therapy and monthly workshops which ;;
provide education In interpersonal relationships, seU-awareness,
ethnic viewpoints and the social aspects of drugs for people from all
walks of the Navy and civilian life.

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As a former client of the CARE Center,I would like to say "thank
you" to everyone there who gave me ne1p.U you have a drug related
problem or a similar one go there and talk to one of the counselors.The
counselors put a lot of time and effort into helping you. You, In turn,
have the responsibility for spending some time and effort in your own *
behalf.

The first time you go to the CARE Center you will be greeted by a
group of smiling faces and be introduced to everyone available. Then I
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problem and what can be done to help. Evening group sessions are Center Director.
also available to help you learn to deal with other people. M ,Lti

The best part of the CARE Center program, for me, was the --- '..... _
workshop, where you get to meet new people and discuss things as a
group.An important part of the workshop is self awareness where you ti .....-. m
learn many new things about yourself and other people. For Military
The CARE Center,under the direction of Ltjg( ) Gary J.Tettelbach,
is located In Building 451, behind the Security building at the main Personnel
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therapy sessions which total out to 2328 hours of counseling. Protection

The CARE Center has completed processing of 86 clients.69 percent
have been recommended for retention, with 84 percent of those $9
recommended for retention still hi the Navy. 26 percent have been Only
r. recommenflMi for discharge and 6 percent have been referred to CARE CENTER STAFF-shown left to right are: (front row) AMH1
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.Jax ,.- A trail of'smoke and a hearty "Hi-Ho-Silver" will start the Army's

.. helicopter demonstration team,the "Silver Eagles",'on their way for two days of ,

showmanship' here'Saturday and Sunday, April 14 and 15. 4 ; :

The 'Eagles are' scheduled to and all .are, experienced Army Operating the OH-6A Cayuse
be just one of the many thrilling aviaUonpersonnel. light observation helicopter,
events you, ,the public,; 'will be The seven-man flight team puts which Is capable of speeds up to
able to see that April weekend i its helicopters through paces that 150 miles per hour, the pilots
when NAS Jax opens negates for, manifest the crafts' present a fast-moving 30-minute.
the two-day air show. maneuverability and the pilots' .performance. t{
Based at Ft. Rucker Ala.,'the expertise.
Established last
Silver Eagles consist of 12 officers The "Eagles" offer accepted year by
direction of the Department of S. S
and 18 enlisted men.All are aeronautical proof that
the Army, the.Eagles mission is _
volunteers for the assignment helicopters are versatile.
to contribute to the public understanding ;..
of the capabilities of

the Army's aviation equipment, r .
and that they do.

One of the most thrilling
12954 maneuvers performed by the
Silver Eagles is the Ferris Wheel.
The Ferris Wheel develops S
vertically with the flights t5 .S.S SS

rotating in circles in tight formation ANOTHER LCdr. Bob Mitchell VP-24 Maintenance

.. to an altitude of ap Officer and also a :PPC, looks on as AMS2 Jake Jacobs finishes
proximately 150 feet. painting another "A" on a VP-24 P-3C. All the squadron's: crewsarenow ,
As the aircraft hover, the two "Alpha"crews/'reaching their all-Alpha status a full two months
solo ships are highlighted. ahead schedule.. The achievement is even more remarkable when
Closing in from oposite ends, one considers that more than half of VP-24's flight crew'personnel
each makes a 360-degree turn. were transferred from the squadron after VP-24's recent deploymentand
Reaching an air speed of 100 move here from Patuxent River and replaced by new personnel.
knots, they then execute a wing-

over. 'Flying Phantoms'Schedule
A Banner Lift closes the
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The 1973 "Silver Eagles" banners on their skids.RepairLoans Reunion


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Jax -The second reunion of the VP-18 ''Flying.Phantoms" will be

held on May 19 at FRA Branch 91,5391 Collins Road,Jacksonville.All .
..,.. .... invited to attend the affair which
.. :; .. : former VP-18 personnel are ,
":.\'..'" .J'; ; will consist of a social hour,dinner and dance.
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',J ..''', Tickets are now available and may be obtained from the following
persons,ADJC J.M. Bodin, 772-3531; ATC Lewis, 772-3611; ADCS W.A.
Oster, '771-3211, Ext. 8452; and'MCPO RE. Thledke, '.771-3211, Ext.

8379. .. '.
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JAX'AtRHEWS i Movie Schedule

NASJacksonvilte i CALL: 397-356

AdS ShOUld'be mailed to arrive not later thin
LATWINGER' = TUesday for publication the fOllowing Thursday.
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Ads arriving( too late
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE for this deadllnewlll be
I published the following week Thursday,March 22
I publisher unless the Sunday,March 29
Is
Instructed otherwise. A. check NAS "TAKE THE
or : HIGHGROUND" NAS: "THE LOVE
s ecevYedwTHt the full COlt of the .d must be Drama '''
4747 San JuarvAvenue copy for the ad. Starring MACHINE" 'Drama, Starring
i Richard Wldmark'and. Karl John, Phillip: Law and Dyan
Jacksonville, Florida i RATE Per additional: minimum' line charted(4 lines) 1j Malden. "PG" '(101 min.) Cannon. "R" ((108 min.HOSPITAL'SEVEN.)
words perllfe)
HOSPITAL: "ELMER BRIDES.

GANTRY"Drama,Starring Burt FOR SEVEN BROTHERS" ,
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ELECTRIC STOVE "PG" (146 min.) NAS: "FOR LOVE OR
GIVE US A CALL FOR
h1ll $15.Hotpoint-4, burner, white, like new Quick Rental of Your Property Friday March 23 MONEY"Comedy, Starring Kirk

TEMPORARY JOBS 264.6094. Edward O.Lyon, Broker 389.0361 NAS: "THE WEEKENDMURDERS" .Douglas and Mitzi Gaynor. TG"

All office skills needed. Long and Suspense Comedy, (108 min.)

short assignments. No fee. We pay ADVERTISING print calendars SPECIALTIESWe FOR RENT BY OWNER Starring Anna Moff and Gastone HOSPITAL: "THE LOVEMACHINE"
Business Cards,
Moschin. "R" ((96 min.
Oceanfront )
you. Forms, Envelopes, 3555008. Townhouse Condominium,
XTRA HELPERS 3M.5H8 Unfurn., 2BR., & 2B., Jax. Bch. Saturday,March Tuesday, March 27

RELIABLE MEN WANTEDTo 21 FTCABIN CRUISER $325.Maximum 388.9886.Security & luxury. Avail. NAS: "SEVEN BRIDES FOR NAS: 'TRINITY IS STILL MY

wash trucks. Full or part-tme( on Holsclaw trailer, head, stove, sink, SEVEN BROTHERS" Musical NAME" Western, Starring
regular schedule. All shifts open $1.85 Bunks, 60 H.P. Outboard. $1,500. Call 3BR.TRAILERFurnished Comedy, Starring Howard Keel Terrence Hill and Bud Spencer.
264-6674.
+ tips to start. Increase after 2 weeks. 3 acres land, navy only. and Jane Powell. "G" (102 min.) "G" (118 min.HOSPITAL .)

Apply Truckomat.( at S.R. 210. RED SCULPTURED CARPETING 282-5724.JUSTISS. HOSPITAL : 44THE : "FOR LOVE ORMONEY"

Approximately 30 WEEKEND MURDERS"
NAVY RETIRED yds.$60. .
,If you're willing to work 3 days a week 2646674WE ft

(MTW) you can fish 4 days. $100, WANT ADSCONTINJJED j HELD OVER!
more If you want to earn It. Send brief TRAILER PARK
resume to P. O. Box 245 Orange 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern I M
,Park. FI.a', 32073. ISTATR trailer and apts. 3893007.
',, FORD'RANGER

BUY&SELL EQUITIESCall 1972 MOBILE HOME FIDO Pick Up,V-e auto.,LWB, PS, PB, n,
SECRETARYPARTTIMhShorthand us for quick service 12'x70', 3BR, 2 full Baths, furn., blue excel. $1550 firm. 7729996.\ ,tlt
& typing. 9:00 to 1:00 San Morrison Taylor.lne. .Interior, step up dining room bar &
Juan area,, Call 7167700.WAITRESSES 4543 Wesconnett Blvd.. stools, carpeted throughout. Indoor. 198 OLDS 88 1I t '

771.3052 737-3864, Outdoor carpeting In kitchen. 2Dr. Hard Top, Fully Equipped. New ,
Mediterranean style. Central heat & tires. $995.00
NEEDED air Washer Dryer, front & back THE WORLD'S QNLMAOICEXOTICTEAM f
4738 San
Shifts: Mon.-Frl. 10 A.M. 2 P.M. NORMANDY ACRES Juan 38979Hlf
Evenings Wed.-Sat. Food & Cocktail .4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road stairs, skirting, 9'x12' shed. Call 772- TEMPEST LE MANS CPE.
Waitress 6' P.M. 10 P.M.I and Sun. frontage 2 to 20 Acre tracts Land Is 7330. $1500. dwn. $144 per mo. Auto, air, buckets Radio, Power "Miss Nude Magic"

from 3:00 P.M. 10 P.M. the best Investment for the future. $995.00
Other tracts available over Southwest COLONY MOBILE HOMES 473.1 San Juan +a.'."tt SANTANAMr.
Jacksonville SALES& RENTALS,9359103rd St. If 47 MUSTANG

HELPWANTEDFEMALEWaitress Wynne Realty of Florida Call 771-0275. 2.Dr., Hard top yellow, Black Int.,V-8, Magic Turban"
wanted, short order cook 389-5514 389.8507 .55 Automatic, $795.00 .

wanted. Apply. In person "David 4>xTl, ''TiNI 473J San Jyan _MmTJi_ SIDE-SPLITTING COMEDY
Johnson's". 1.95 & State Rd. 210. 15 19 65VW BEETLELot AMAZING MAGIC
QUICK CASH FOk YOUR EQUITY
mlnitues from Orange Park across of miles left In this Bug. $395.00 Shows Start at 9:00: PMI I
Buckman Bridge. Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY 47M San_ i Juan Mf79U
Edward O.Lyon, Broker 389-0361- Used VW's compacts, other foreign 1970 CHALLENGER RT
makes. Astro Motors 6566 Normandy R&H, Auto. Must sell this weekend TOPLESSGOGO
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITY 3BR., FENCED YARD Blvd. 7814978. s $1395.00.
Build e second Income with a family Double Car dinette, &
garage range 4731 San Juan 1M-7911
,business. For appt. phone Paul Class
refrlg., 1970 HONDA 1970 VW BEETLE
at 268-4430. 12 NOON tll T.
.. --. .... ,.,. VanSandt,Realtor 387.1213 Good Condition,,lowest price $200. 'Many extras If your looking. for a VW Continuous Floor Shows
.' { 389-6552 look at this $995.00
:I 4731 Saner Juan 3J9-7914
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
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KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER Chas.Mobley, Realtor 284-9365 MK-3,000, overdrive, spoke.wheels, Door Sedan all orlg.V-8,Auto. Fact.
Responsible party take up pmts of $5.a Lee Duncan,Associate 264-6861 excel. cond., 2647529. Air, 50,000 miles $595.00 LOUNGE
month. Call dealer. 7724936. 1 4738 San Juan 389-7914
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WHITE FENCE FARMS
101 CASSAT AVE. 388-9016
A recorded message by Located In the heart of Arizona's '6 CHEVY IMPALA
,SCOTT EDWARDS finest farming and hunting country, PS, AC, R&H, Tape deck with
Tells you how to be a near historic Safford (County seat of speakers. Rebuilt eng. & trans. Good -NOW OPEN '
,DISC JOCKP.Y Graham County.) Great year-round tires. Slotted rims on back & Chrome t

call 355-2944 any hour, Approved for climate. 116 acres, $1,100 low terms., reverse rims on front. Call 781-0649,or
veterans. Columbia School of For full Information, please write to 7864483. 1 I
Braodcastlng. San Francisco. Not Mrs. A.L. Young Glenarm Land Co., <
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by 2233 North 7th Street, Phoenix 85006. 1978 HONDA)MAsking -

home study. $400. Includes 2 Helmets.
CALL A SHIPMATE 264-6001.

Joe Roplak (RET Navy) Serving Jacksonville for 27 years
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES OF JAX Salesman
Licensed Real Estate
Fabrication In rescreening,' window Representing '66 FORD CUSTOM SCO MANN ACCOUNTING

screens, screen doors, patio & pool Blinding Agency,Inc.Realtors Auto. trans.. Radio PS, V-8, very
enclosures, aluminum roofs & carports Home 781-7715 0f1ice771.9513'FOR clean Cond.. Must sell; new car on
I ,: free estimate, Owned, ,& order, 264-8720 aft. 6 P.M. & INCOME TAX SERVICE

operated ,by; Norman, ''T.' ,Abrams SALE Open Evenings and Weekends No Appointment Necessary .
USN retired,Paul Tinney,2561 EdisonAve..314.1242. 198 VW SEDAN,
::1 Rm. Bellalr Home by "Owner"t3BR 1 I WESTSIDE BRANCH: 2415 Standing Blvd. Ph 3t4-2603J|
2B Paneled Den, Spacious LR, Slotted wheels new treads, hijacker
kitchen w. 'Elect. Range. SeparateDR air shocks,$795.,264 6805. after 6 P.M. MAIN OFFICE: 10th & Pearl Sts.

SINGER ZIGZAG Fenced Yard Patio, Utility
1972 Console Model sewing machine, Room Enclosed carport,Central heatw '72 VW SUPER BEETLE

; like new. Makes buttonholes, over provisions for air. 2644295.IN New tires, excel cond., 264-6223 also
casts APpliques. dams sews on '49 FORD WAGON. Radio, heater
buttons etc. Need someone In area to REAL ESTATE Shrum MATTERS'Call factory air,-new tires, excel. cond., WE FINANCE '
assume $64.80 balance or, $9.20 per Wayne 2646223.
.." month. Phone 3981683.Ask for Credit Standing Agency, Inc.Realtors
Manager. Will deliver; 'no obligation. "'.9513 i

71 CHEVY'IMPALA SERVICEMEN

'BEAUTIFUL STEREO' 3BR.2B.HOME Custom 2-Dr., fact. air vinyl top etc.
Take-over layaway balance 168.40 at Den, Centr. A-H. W-W carpet, fenced $2275.389.0349) or 264.6923. .ONTOPLINE
month. Stereo Component yards,2212 Jammes. Rd.7 oS306after QUALITY NAME BRANDS
$9.60 automatic per changer headphone 4.P.M. THAT YOU HAVE COMETO KNOW AND TRUST
with '67 PONTIAC BONNEVILLEin
lack plays all size records dual excel cond., All Fully automatic.Call .
speakers. Phone '398.1683 ask for 1 RIVERFRONT LOTS ON SANTA FE 771.9676 or ext..406 Cecil..

layaway dept: Free home trial. Ea. ICO? X 177' Good recreation or "Y
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permanent living. Located bend In G
LIVE CRABS River about 80 miles from Jax..Virgin
Wllford's Fish Camp Forest. Spring fed,river empties Into :
264-9707 Suwanee River., Excellent fishing, ; = i.
scuba divers paradise, owner ji
sacrificing at $11,000.) each. 3889886.

AUTO AIR.COND.SERVICERoom -. ".'.. ., .
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Units. Central Units, Tyler '

to Heating & Air Conditioning,. 4/11 _" ", 'W M_ .,,-x--: .Jt- i KROEHlER LA 7 BO* BROOKWOOO 4
e Palmer Ave (Lake Shore) 3885161.
ORANGE PARK DEER SPRINGS Ask about our Badcock EASY:PURCHASE. PLAN.
2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn.. Dishwasher .
families out.
Ideal'for young Navy Just starting
CPO KACKII& BLUES Drapes.. carpets Elizabeth ESTATES

Practically new. Size 42 regular, $50. AptS.. "1.1465 7713355.. ESTJk11SNE0B1904
...ATKEYSTONE
each. 3842497.
WILMAR APARTMENTS HEIGHTS

Air Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living MOBILE HOMESITESCLYDE .
1
FOR SALE room Kitchen,. Bftstnook- parking) HOME !FURNISHING 'CENTCItS,
for, l. cars,. water, sewage, W. SIMPSON & CO. '
67$., Electric Typewrjter space
Refrigerator : ; ; : Furnished Home Owned ft Operated by Thomas Walker
lawn service. ,
$6S.;Cash register 175..'one-IMrd carat garbage; 3M4l4f
REALTOR
Kee s...ko. DiamondRing't OO.r Call: $120.,Unfurnished$100,plus percent HIWAYUatKINGSLEYAVE. 'ORAN3EPARK Ph 244442
.- 4S O.P.M'64717. : '\ :.. ." 4;' :;lutesl'I .;> ''41 k! 3N'!146 r ,;'
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Scheduled:': :.:., 1
Registration
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For On-Board Courses
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Jax-Florida Junior I- Ij w 4 Slates,
Collegewill tentative course plan before they { fi
offer the following Spring may register. The tentative '
Quarter courses on board NAS course plan must be presented at Brunch. *
Jax starting April 24 from 7-10 registration. { -
p.m. in Hangar 1000: Counseling will be provided for
English Composition (Eng military personnel and their Jax-The Jacksonville Officers ,
101)), Monday and Wednesday, dependents from 10a.m.to 2 p.m. cTIir Wives Club (JOWC) has
Room 235; on April 3 at ESO.Registration scheduled a brunch for Wed
English Composition (Eng for non-cr edit nesday, April 4, at 11:30: a.m. in
102)), Monday and Wednesday, courses will be held Thursday, : -L the Officers Club.
Room 236; April 19,from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.at
Fundamentals of Speech (Spe ESO. All military personnel and r s Theme for the brunch is "CrazyHats"
110)), Monday and Wednesday, their dependents are eligible for w and prizes will be awardedin
Room 233; the non-credit courses. the following categories:
College Math (Mat 101)), The following is a schedule of 4 Craziest Hat, Most Original Hat,
Tuesday and Thursday, Room courses which will begin the weekof and Most Elaborate Hat.
234. April 23: Mrs. Charles Caldwell, Jr.,
Intermediate Algebra (Mat ,Automotive Mechanics: winner of the Chapman Awardfor
120)), 'Tuesday: and Thursday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6- I USO service in Vietnam, will
Room 235; 9 p.m. at State and Main Street; be guest speaker.The .
Afro American History and Auto Body: Wednesday and brunch will be preceded by
Culture (BCC 210)), Tuesday and Thursday from 6-9 p.m. at State punch at 11 a.m.Reservations .
Thursday, Room 233. and Main Street; should be madeno
T Registration is scheduled for Art-Oil Painting: Tuesday and later than March 30 by calling
Tuesday, April 3, from 10 a.m. to Wednesday from 6-9 p.m. at the Mrs. Thel Teichmann at 7781482or
2 p.m. at the Educational Ser- NAS Jax Hobby Shop; Dora Lightsey at 2647333.
vices Office, Bldg., 200. Woodshop (Limit of 15 per- .-' t., _, Cancellations should,be made by
sons): Wednesday from 6-9 p.m. Mrs.. Sylvia S. Turetz noon on April 2., ,
Cost per three credit hours is ,
The brunch will be hosted by
at the NAS Jax
$25.00 and, due to insufficient Hobby Shop;
NATTC and MATSG
funds, tuition aid is not availablethis Speed Reading: Monday, from Mrs. Turetz Named "" _d
quarter. 7-10 p.m. at Hangar 1000 Room :" "i .
234.The iii>"' ....,
Florida Junior College requiresall non-credit courses cost
students, regardless of their $2.00 each. except Auto Civilian Of MonthJax
status, to see an Academic Advisor Mechanics, which has an ad- x
and receive an approved ditional $3.00 fee -Mrs. Sylvia S. Turetz, Clerk-typist at the Transi- jV"Y't

tion Site, has been selected February's Civilian Em-

ployee of the Month.In s ,: 't

a letter nominating her,for Program.
the honor, Cdr. E.J. Fischer. "She is very courteous and
DR. EDWIN N. ANGUAS Personnel Services Officer, said enthusiastic in her approach to
Mrs. Turetz "performs all her, her job and her knowledge of the i
OPTOMETRIST duties, in an outstanding Transition Program is invaluablein x
announces professional manner." the efficient administration of
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his the '.... "She has maintained the
I, : ,, separation from Navy \ the Transition Office.
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'iI :'LI: '' and the opening of Ma office at:: ':" ..- Transition Office at a highly "She is always ready to,provide,
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efficient level under
..,'! 1279 Kingsley Avenue'Suite 106,Orange Park. work loads derived even from high increasing accurate information and HONORED BY AIR FORCE-
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Phone: 264.54.3,284.5711 numbers detailed statistics to BuPers, the SSgt. Jewell T., Coleman, at-
of
I military staff,military commands and the tached to the 679th Radar
personnel being counseled and
civilian community."Mrs. awarded the
Squadron has been
trained in the Transition
Turetz has trained and First Oak Leaf Cluster to the Air
supervised efficient military Force Commendation Medal for
personnel in the procedures and meritorious service while servinghis
administrative functions of the second tour of duty in Viet-

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In Fifth Winter Development 'ACADEMY

MeetJax SPORTS NEWS

The Navy Jax Swim and James Brennock
Team saw another action packed for the taking first fifth for the girls while Scott .
boys.
day of events at their Fifth finished third Connie and Baltea Baltes took third and Michael NCAA Title Famine 'Ends At Academy
Winter Development Meet held Kristy Kaufman sixth for the
Gutherie fourth in the girls while In boys. ANNAPOLIS,Md.-The Naval of the 1970-71 indoor season was a
recently at the NAS Indoor Pool. the 10-and-under
50
Kevin yard
Nickens "
Academy's modest feet.
finished fourth most exclusive 42 Before
in breast Jbe
Robin O'Leary started thingsoff the events, Katherine Bishop '
boys. athletic club-the one open only to graduates, he feels he
can
right for the, team when she won fourth for the girls and John
Becky National
McHenry made it Collegiate individual challenge the current, World
a Brennock
won the first event of the day and sweep in the breast events when took third and John champions-has had numerous record of 73 feet. "A weightman
collected a ribbon for first in the she won the Craig fourth for the boys. applications but has to
11.12 year-old girls 50 The no admissions develop technique first and :
senior girls 200 'yard Freestyle. yard event. senior girls took the top since 1963.Recently. then he can put his strength to

Runner-up was Susan Fitzpatrickwith In the 100 yard 10-and-under event two places when in the 100-yard breast the door squeakedopen work," Bregar said. "When you :'
Judi
a second place ribbon and free Milewski won to admit have both <
events it was Jennifer Fitzpatrick first two newcomers- they interact to
Judi Milewski finished in fourth finishing second and second.and Robin Susan Fitzpatrick won Ted Bregar of track and Dan produce a good throw."

place. Katherine Bishop fourth while for sixth in the O'Leary finished Muthler of wrestling swell the Before a throw,Bregar says be
Tieing for first place were the boys John Brennock took event. membership to 35. The shine doesn't think about the weight
Connie Baltes and Jacqui second and John Craig fifth Jax Finishing up the awards for the hasn't left their championship hell be heaving as much "as the
Brennock in the 25 yard free team were Patti Bergstromwith plaques but Bregar and Muthler form and strength you need

eight-and-under girls event with The senior girls,just missed a 200 Individual a fifth in the 11.12 year-old can boast special credentials against it. A good throw win
Kiristy Gutherie finishing complete sweep in the 200 yard Scott Baltes Medley event and even in such select company. weigh, taking the speed ,and
took
second. James Brennock's impressive back event when Robin O'Leary sixth in the' Bregar is the first midshipmanto everything into account, between
same event
timing brought him a took second,Diane Kangas third, Teams for from the boys.all win an NCAA championship in 350-400 pounds when it leaves
first place ribbon for the boys in Judi Milewski fourth, Kerry Florida over indoor track and likewise the first your hands."
and
this division.In Fitzpatrick fifth and Carla southern Georgia in one of the weight events (35- Bregar's outstanding season,
the 50 yard Fly events for 10- Glaraton'sixth the participate Savannah in these events with lb., hammer, shotput); Muthler which also includes Heptagonal "'-.-

and-under, Jennifer Fitzpatricktook James Brennock and Jacqui Association Jaycees Swimming is only the fourth sophomore to and I-C-4-A Championships,
Fernandina Beach
a second In the girls event Brennock won two more first Swim win an NCAA individual crown earned him an invitation to
while John Craig finished third in place awards for the team when .Club Wolfson Team, Carroway Athletic for Navy and the first wrestler to throw the weight'against the
High School Good
win as a youngster. touring USSR track team in
the boys ,events. Susan Fitzpatrick James won the boys eight-and- Shepard Swim Team Briarwood
,
finished first in the senior under 25 yard back event and School and R.O.C.O.A. Bregar, who outweighs Richmond, Va., last week.
girls 100 Fly event. Jacqui won the girls event. ticipating in this one. par- Muthler by a hundred pounds, Sophomore Muthler from .
Connie Baltes added second for The welcome mat is out to staked his claim to a' national Jersey Shore, Pa., collected his
The Jax team took first place in the girls. child who wishes to swim any championship in Detroit, NCAA prize with a 9-4 decision
both the 25 yard eightandunderbreast The 50-yardback events for 11- for the Jax Navy Swim competitively Mich., where his weight throw of over Reed Fehlberg of Brigham
events with Jacqui 12 year-olds saw Becky McHenry Team. For more information call 68 feet, 1% inches established a Young in the 142-pound finale.
Brennock taking first for the Naval Muthler is only the second Navy
girls take third and Patti Bergstrom Pat Kangas at 264-6084. new Academy record. The
junior from Denver, Colo., said wrestler to capture a National
he had no idea how far the steel Collegiate title. The other, Pete
Game Commision's Advice To HuntersIs baU would travel when it left his Blalrtook back-to-back championships
at 191 pounds in 195455.
hands. "You don't, really feel
'"Don't anything special on a good Trailing 4-3 afer two periods of
Forget About Rabbit Season'TALLAHASSEE throw," Bregar said. "The ball the NCAA final, Muthler was not
had a lot of speed and I felt it alarmed. "I felt I was in my best
would go but I didn't know how, position-on the bottom," Muthler
When quail increasing food prices. One of the outstanding virtuesof far until the measurement. revealed. He scored a reversal, a
and squirrel, seasons ,end in The rabbit's status as a game rabbit hunting is that "the Introduced to the weight as a near fall, and picked up a point on
Florida, ,many of J the state's animal,gives the hunter a wide price is right". Almost any; Navy. Plebe, Bregar's. best throw riding time ,to eliminate
\I. ? -:smaH' ,,_;gamd:-*hunters t.go into latitude: the'methods he may 'method can be used: a ;22- illber, Fehlberg, who had reached the
hibernation for the, rest ,of the use'in hunting, but this does not rifle,a shotgun,a bow and arrow, :::::::::i:::::::::: : ::: : :i: : im: : : :ii:: finals by upsetting defending

year, figuring that little is in the free him from all restraints. Like or,in the hands. of a skilled user,' Marine champion Tom Milkovich of
offing in the way of hunting thrills other sportsmen, 'rabbit hunters 'a sling shot. The rabbit. may be Navy : Michigan State. \

until next fall. must abide by certain stalked, still hunted, flushed, or Bowling
Chances are they have never regulations.While for a real hunting thrill, try
tried rabbit hunting. Only a rabbits may be hunted hunting with a pack of beagle Standings
handful! 'of sportsmen in the throughout the year, the hunter is hounds.
Sunshine State really pay proper required to have a valid hunting According to a wildlife inventory w L
tribute to this sporting quarry, license.Rabbits may not be taken survey conducted by the LITTLE BEARS 61 27 FREE
which ,may be as cunning and from a moving vehicle, and may Game and Fresh Water Fish POWELL PLYMOUTH 59 29 .
wary as either the. bobwhite or be hunted only during legal Commission, a Florida hunter CLEAN DRUNKS 57% 30% ,
the bushy-tail. The rabbit also hours, which are from one-half will spend about, 34 days to bag BRANCH-91 46 42 FRENCH
offers several other advantages.First hour before sunrise to one-half one deer. The ,same survey in. WHITEY'S FISH CAMP 43% 44%
of all,he is plentiful, thereis hour after sunset.In dicates that a successful rabbit AUTO-BAHN 39, 49
no closed season, and no bag addition, the hunting of any hunter averages less than a day ANCHOR KLANKERS 35 53 FRIES
limit..Thus, he can fill in at times wildlife, Including rabbits, by the of hunting effort per rabbit. MAKE-UPS 7 81

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I' 3 Bowling Standings Lifers Tie Narjax's Team



"i f I \ For First In Atlantic LeagueJax
4 CONTINENTAL LEAGU1W E AMERICAN LEAGUEL -

W L -The Lifers just missed a between themselves and the Late The second place Help team
LEPRECHAUNS 21 8 HURRICANES 25 3 chance to take over the top spot in Chargers. John Defazio rolled a won three from the Eagles No. 2
PIN BUSTERS 21 8 TRAILBLAZERS 20 8 the Atlantic Bowling League last 201 for the Chiefs. when Bob Bagdigian rolled a 217
HELP 19 12 LATE CHARGERS 17 11 week, but still,managed to move John Murphy of the ADPERS game and a 588, series and his
GROUCHES 18 14 CHIEFS 16 12 into a tie for first when they won team rolled a 201 but his team teammate Bob Swain rolled a 215
HAWKS '' 16 15 COMMISSARY STORE 13 15 three games from the NarJax No. failed to win that one game and game.
MARINE BKS 'l6 16 POP TOPS 13 15 2 team. two others when they lost three to The Grouches had good reasonsto
I HOSPITAL .15 16 ADCOP 13' 15 NarJax No.allowed the Lifers ADCO be grouches last week when
:. EAGLES No.2 ,15' 18 UNCOLAS '13 15 to tie them when they dropped all The only other match in the they fell from second to third with
CHASERS .14 18 EAGLES No. 1 12' 16 .four games to the CAG-20 team. league saw the! Pop Tops take four losses to the Marine
BOOZERS .13 18 BEES 10 18 Richard Lipka was the only three from the CHAMECHS. ,Barracks.

EAGLES No. 13 19 ADPERS 8 20 man who managed to wire the Pacific,League George Zanoe rolled a 573 set to
SUPER STARS, ,11 30 CHAMECHS 8, 20 lanes in the Atlantic League last The top four teams in the lead his Eagles No. 3 team to
week when he rolled a 202 and a Pacific League ,rolled up a wins the
PACIFIC LEAGUEW three over Hospital
210 in his 571 set to lead his Good combined total of 15 wins and one
SPLITMAKERS 28 L4 NATIONAL. LEAGUEW and Bad team to three wins over loss last week with the first place team.
AFEES 21VP45 11 L the VP-16 CPO team. Splitmakers leading the way witha Also taking three games were
No.1 20 COMMODORES 22 6 Other action in the league saw sweep from the Gutter Rats. the Boozers in their match
NUBS 16 ,5' FICEUR 1813% FASOTG take three from the Romeo Manuel rolled a 202 game against the Super Stars. In this
BEAN BURNERS 15 13 SIX PACK 18 10 Trippers, the FICEUR CPO No.1 for the Splitmakers.The match the Super Stars doubled
BATMEN 14 GEM 18 14 team take four from the VP-45 second place AFEES team their win totals for the year with
FUBARS 12 16 TOP FIVE 15& 12% CPOs and, the Busch Buds split was the only one of the top four to one win that came by a margin of
WALLBANGERS 11 17 WIPE OUTS 14 18 with the FICEUR CPO No. 2 lose a game when they won three nine pins.
WOXOFS 11 '. 17 FLAP JAX 13 11 team. from FUBARS. VP-45 No. 1, in

GUTTER RATS 1T( 18 NAMTD 13' 15 American League third place, ,won four from the National League,
CHERRY PICKERS 10" WOMEN'S LIB 12 16 The Hurricanes added, two Bean Burners and the fourth The FICEUR 5 team has
JJ: BUSCH LEAGUERS 12 16 more to their American Nubs all four
MARTD ,,4 games place won againstthe suddenly hit a hot streak and as a
RAT PACK 11 17 League lead last week when they' WallBangers. result they have moved from
ATLANTIC LEAGUE RADAR 17 10" 18 swept four from the CommissaryStore Other matches saw the'Batmen seventh to second in the National .

,, W ,L PELICANS'' 7 17 team and the second place win three from the WOXOFS and League in a matter of two weeks.
LIFERS 21 Trailblazers lost two to the Un- the Cherry Pickers split two with .
NARJAX No. 21 il colas. They moved into second last
FIC CPO No.1 19 Harold Foster led the MARTD.Continental League ,week :with three wins ,over the
GOOD AND BAD18 14 Hurricanes with a 204 game and a The Leprechauns and Pin Rat Pack. Richard Moore rolleda
F ASOTG. "16' 16 For veterans having trouble 581 set. Don Linthicum rolled a Busters shared the Continental 205 for the winners while Harold
BUSCH BUDS .16 16 with their studies, the Veterans 201 to help the Trailblazers League lead again last week Ross' 214 enabled Rat Pack to
'CAG-20 '15 '. 17 Administration- pays up to $50 escape with one of their two wins when they both won three games. win one.
FIC CPO No.2 15 17 a month for tutorial assistance The Late Chargers managed to The Leprechauns won theirs
VP-45 CPO 14 18 which is not charged against stay in third place, one game against the Hawks while the Pin The Six Pack team moved to
VP-16 CPO 13 19 their regular entitlement. Com- ahead of the VW4 Chiefs, when Busters made victims of the within a half game of the
NARJAX 2 13 19 plete details are available at they won three from the EaglesNo. .Chasers. FICEUR team with a four game
TRIPPERS 11 21 any VA office. 1 team. Ron Tracki rolled a William Dunne rolled a 200 for 'sweep from the Pelicans.
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GIFTS, from the Bees to close the gap .rolled,a 200 for, the Chasers. Other league action witnessed
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I Finish Season NATIONAL' LEAGUE .AMERICAN LEAGUE Hawks End

With Perfect 18-0 RecordJax FINALSTANDINGS 0) FINAL STANDINGS,
W L : VP-45 18 0 Season 151Jax
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The Pelicans of VP-45 HAWKS 15 1 :MEDICAL 14 4
MATSG
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became VP-5
the 17th 13 VP16. 12 6
their intramural 3 The National
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League
finished up straight team
to fall to COMMUNICATIONS .
i2 VP-24 '
the
4 ">12 6
basketball season last week witha Pelicans when Champion Hawks finished off
they ended HOSPITAL NDRC ;. :
9 9 .
up on 9 7
perfect 18-0 record and are now the short end of their season last week with a 101-
a 105-63 NARJAX VW-4 10
score. 8 8
that record on the line in James 8 74 win over Hospital.The .
putting Delk
once again led the PUBLIC WORKS 7 9 MATSG 6 12
for the station title Hawks 'ended their 15-1
the playoffs way, with 39 MARINE
points this time BKS 4 AIR OPS 6 12
that are being held this week and while Rickey MARTD 12 season on a big note when three
Pruett FICEUR
was close 13
3 13 5
hit for
men 20 points or better.
next. behind with 32 NATTC AIMD
points. James 1 15 0 18
Lynn Klein led the with 24
VP-45, who clinched the Pugh tried to keep his MATSG way
American League title the week team in contention with 22 points. Air Wins Final TwoJax while Rester Bryan had 21 and
before, won their first game of Ops Ellis Cooper had 20.
NDRC Was.. the hid t....,nft Hospital had two men who hit
last week when they handed VP- -- -- --- v aui VU
16 their fifth loss of the season,93- have a chance at spoiling VP-45's Air Ops ended a losing little-too late comeback attempt for 20 with James Kaelin
perfect record but collecting 21 and Kent. Williams
they weren'tup..to season on a winning note last when he scored 16 of his 22 pointsin
73.The the task and fell 98-84. week when final collecting 20.Batmen.
Eagles only trailed by five they won their the second half.
at the half but James Delk found Delk added 30 more points to two games of the season. Ken Frierson and Mark
the hoop for the Pelicans in the his totals for the week while Paul Their fifth win against twelve Warner were the Air Ops men Win

second half and added 20 points to Malloy made up for the early loss losses came 98-86 over FICEUR.Air responsible for holding off

his eight first half points to help of Rickey Pruett to fouls by Ops built up a 57-34 halftime FICEUR when Frierson scored Playoff
his team coast to victory. Rickey collecting 16 of his 18 points in the lead but almost lost it in the 36 and Warner 22. SpotJax .
second half when W.P. Martin Frierson and Warner also lead
Pruett,added 19 for VP-45.- second half. -The VP-24 Batmen won II
and R.A. Brinkerhoff got hot for the way in Air Op's 94-75 win over
last week
Mike McGuire and Howard position in the playoffs
Doug Sheppard scored 37 and Coleman made their final effortsof FICEUR. MATSG which allowed them to when they won their last game of
scored 23 for the Brinkerhoff fouled out in the tie MATSG for seventh place in
Dennis Mobley the year good ones with 29 and the season and tied VP-16 for
closing minutes of the game but the league. Frierson scored 28
Eagles. 20 points third place. '
respectively. he still managed to finish with 32 and Warner had 26.
over AIMD
In winning 84-63
points, 20 of which came in the Jackie Hunt and R. Johnson
they handed AIMD their 18th
VW-4 Finishes
Season
second half comeback
attempt. scored 18 for MATSG. MATSG'sonly straight loss of the season.
I' Martin also contributed to the too consolation was their 11 far Mark Sheldon scored '28 and

With Upset Of EaglesJax 16 free throw record as comparedto Ron Dannecker ,22 for the Bat-

Eagles Tie Air Op's four of seven. men.
I t
VW-4 had no chance for a winning note when they won two

playoff spot as they entered the games. For ThirdJax
final week of the season last week The Hurricane Hunters' EXTRA LARGE

but they didn't let that stop them seventh win of the season became If it hadnst been for VP16's 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
from ending the season on a the 17th straight loss for AIMD -
line
skill at the free throw make-
5 closets separate
with a 71-57 decision. last week they would have endedup 2 up baths.area separate dining area Y
Medical Wins William Heath, Alan Parker in fourth place in the National Central Air & Heat patio.
and Mark Keck all shared top League instead of in a tie for third swimming pool & party room.
honors for VW-4 with 12 Also: Large 1-3 Bedroom
Second PlaceJax scoring with VP-24. S "try ra:
points apiece. Ron Sutton was After losing to VP-45 last week 264-8102
ax Medical won the second high man in the game with 24 VP-16 had to win against NDRC KINGSLEY AVE.

place .spot in the American points for AIMD. for any chance at third place andit 1800
League last week with an 80-58 turned out to be their only DIRECTIONS Between Blending
Park. Minutes
and final win of Blvd. & Orange
win over FICEUR. Their eighth chance when they lost later in the via new 1295.WESTSIDETOYOTAINC.
away
FICEUR never managed to get the year came when they scoreda week to VW-4.

close as Jim Attanasio scored 19, 78-71 upset over the third place The Eagles ended up with a 73- d =

Stephen Douglas 14 and Don Eagles of VP16. 69'win over NDRC inspite of the

Johnson 13. fact that NDRC scored seven
D. H. Knowles ended up high It was a maintained close game control all the way and more field goals. The margin of

point man in the game when he but VW-4 victory for the Eagles proved to
Adolfo
of
the strength
scored 20 points for FICEUR won on and be their 23 for 30 performance at I ,
Villanueva's 27 points
the free throw line. NDRC made

fr -iVtr William Heath's 21. only five of 12 attempts. JACKSONVILLE'S I NO I 1 QUALITY

Sheppard tried valiantlyto Doug Shepard led the way for
Did you have a casualty You be or Doug keep his team from losing its VP-16 with 29 points. He scored 19 ORIENTED I SMALL CAR DEALER
theft loss last year? may final of the season and of his points in the first half
able to deduct that loss on your game third place wheile eight of his 10 second half
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Federal income tax deductions.return instead of winning it outright points came at the free throw $2436 M* 51998P.O.E.
you itemize your 36 points.
scored
Special rules may apply if your when Twenty-four he of his 36 came in the line.Howard Coleman had 21 for K!; 1973 COROLLA

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(1.' ". BASKETBALL 1972-73 season,but VA-15 still has VA-174"B", ..5-,: ', -7
I VA-15 bested VA-87 67-57 Jn to meet 1st round winners VA-72 VA-12 3'-8
their showdown battle for the 2nd for the Station title. The game Supply 3 -10
half championship.Both was played this past Tuesday. AMD 1 -10
teams battled even for the VA-87 warmed up for their Medical 0 -12
1st three quarters, with VA-87 championship bid with a 55-45 win Dental's Dropouts : -13
enjoying 2 point lead at the end of over VA-174. Brooks was high GOLFVA45
r 1 the 3rd stanza. However, VA-15 man for VA-87 with 21 counters, and AMD are tied for.the
reeled off"11 straight unanswered and his teammate Kinnaird had top slot with 9 points each. ,
points at the outset of. the 4th 16. Jackson from VA-174 led all Standings. :
quarter to take a commanding scorers,with 25. VA-45 : 9
lead (ironically VA-87 also rippedoff In the only other action of the AMD ., "> .,.;: ,, 9
11 straight points in the 3rd week, the VA-87 "0" squad SUUPPLY ;. -' ',:'.." %
quarter). After this scoring turned back Medical 48-36. VC-2 ". ', 5
outburst, VA-15 was never Harrison with 19 points led the VA-15 3
seriously threatened. VA-87 was O's while Bultman (as usual) was VA-87 3
handicapped in the 4th quarter high point man for Medical with NAMTD 1
when both J. Brooks and L. 11 points. VA-12 0
The Cecil Field Ladies Golf Association Invitational was held |lust Kinnaird left the game by the foul Final 2nd round standings: "INCENSE 6URNERS"AttentionPorents
; recently with Mary Burnside shooting a 39-41 score to win the event. route. VA-15 130VA"4r1 "
Y There were other participants in the event who possibly didn't to quite VA-15's Gill was never sharper, 12-1 Do you hove on .Incenseburner"
as well as Mary Burnside but still manage to crack a smile at the end. dominating the boards and hit- VA-174 10 -3OPS.NAMTD In your family? If so, you
i j. Pictured above (front row) left to right are Barbara Fernety, Ethel ting for 29 points. Wood had 16 '9'y -4 could be facing o crisis. Marijuanahas
Clayton, Emily Brown,Mary Holtoway and Donna Cappock. Standing and Godbey 15 for VA15. N. VA-4S : \9 f -4 o distinctive, heavy, sweet,
in the back row (left to 'right) are Dot Fay, Mary Burnside Sally Appleton had 19 for'the losers. VA-66 8 '' -5 musty odor. The odor' remains and
Kittrell, Helen McMullen n, Jan Felderman and Jean Cartwright. This contest was earlier VA'87"o"6" clings to the user' ; his c'othing{ and
thought to be the final game for the Marines 6',7' surroundings.; ,"Jo ovoid defection t ,
"ppt'srnokers" often bi.lrri'lncense
to hide the'marijuono'odor; MariJuana -
t' : 'Is the Usual way a' child enters

I : ,: ; THE SOUTHEAST the drug sub-culture.




I CHECK CASHING CARD. 'FurnitureA furniture outlet office has


been opened in.Bldg. 24, NAS

Now you can cash checks all over Florida without having to go through your life story Cecil the library.Field, Here upstairs you from can


:' : ;: organs order brand and name pianos furniture at a
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;:': ):" '; i.\ : .;. ., .dependents; only The office
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: teers.For your convenience,
i ., If',. please call extension '332 to
s sx ,1 be sure there is someone
r there to help you. Normal
office hours are Monday,

.",,: Wednesday and Friday from
t r ...}f: You know how impossible it used 10:00: to' 4:00.:

,.. .; : to be to cash a check around here. For Further InformationCall
771-3211,Ext.332
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: But not anymore.
,.... Because if you have a checking; .------..---irvfJiIMoNE33t4s3s
'.f 1 account the Southeast Bank of Orange |
: :., Park, you can get a Southeast Check I
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t i : 0 4' ;, personal checks at any Southeast Bank : ((3lW.)1
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JAX AIR, NEWS LATWINGER PAGE 19LiuIeLeague

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Season A Opens.- .", : w-'T**" iK 1bn. :. r r"N unwoom Gi\dbJd ( 8E GLWO! l .' ;:J


,
By Phil Falcone: ASVDU + it
i Jax -:The Navy Ortega. Yes, the ;\vouklharethemgKe: .
rumors
Lakeshore (NOL) Little you the playing group. '
heard ariI'
about <
base
civilians unto yqu
6. ,
League season will of They may play in OOI'S. : ..
joining our club ) / .
are true tournaments only if the :,i it
with
ficially begin opening Cross
--with Hatiewl Rte
the below rules of"th The American,
day ceremonies at the ,limitations: tourney so
Blue Angel Field on specify. >
1.
Forty men and two 7. Last, but not least-
Allegheny Ave. at 11, a.m. women have been 'Id
ex the whole is a
program on
on Saturday, March 31. tended invitations. '
trial basis for an unspecified ;
On hand to throw out the 2. The men must join the length of time.. : ,.;)(

,first ,ball will be Capt. mens association but Not much progress on ..
William Sizemore, NAS cannot hold office. utilizing the well near No.
'air .
CO. Four games will 3. They cannot 11 but I received word,that n '
/ ';
follow the opening patronize the Navy Exchange Capt. Sizemore has approved ')

ceremonies with the first Pro-Shop. the new greens ,',;.j

one beginning at 1 p.m. 4. They cannot reserve program. More approvalis --- i
starting times. necessary before we see 1
The majority the NOL 5. They ,are 'limited to much action. ".;'

teams are sponsored by three guests at anyone Next week, more golf .Aa- ,'

facilities aboard NAS Jax day and must be part of regulations to educateor 4L jMt't---} '''Pq"":

and several members of Forest fires burn remind. .?. ::
the Board of Directors are .1
Navy personnel.. Maj.j :more than trees.
ThIt f lull tile; Of ill Inch 55'; -
Joseph F. Lavin, CO of the of XI ig ?,When ftrr tux*)*through Blanding Boulevard
a'form iliurr4iiolh. Barracks is And Cedar Hills Shopping Center
Marine nothing n 01111"|'"| *mans Foods
House Quality
Only irwti|lun-M l.fv
you r..I| 771-9223
Phone
President of the NOL. ";
adII .
All hands are invited'to Every SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night is I

attend the opening day FAMILY NIGHT "
ceremonies and cheer the "':
{ choice of :
young baseball stars to STEAK .. CHICKEN our & .a;

victory. Refreshments $179 DUMPLINGS or 79. '.9

stands ceremonies will be open and duringthe all of NIGHT CHOPPED STEAK ,':

the games. Lb.Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter

I LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM DINNER 4 PM til 8 PM

Women are gaining in Veterans oil a / .
Administration medicine. At '
the close of fiscal year 1972,
VA's Department of Medicine ,..
and Surgery had 518 women

physicians 1967. compared to 338 in ,S

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I ;[JAX SPORT BRIEFS. INTRAMURALPISTOL; .

George TournamentJax '

S
The regular monthly Prizes will be given for closestto
STANDINGSAMERICAN
BOWLOF S FOR JAX BOWLING TEAM tournament for March held at the pin on two par three holes.
Jax.Bowloffs for the Jax Navy Mens and Womens Fort George Island Golf Club on Guests will be allowed to entef
March 10-11. was one of the Jax this tournament and will play on
teams that will represent NAS Jax at the 6th Naval LEAGUE '.
'Civilian Golf Association'sgreatest the Callaway System All play for
District Bowling Tournament will be held April 2 at successes for a monthly members will also be under the ;';rW'L::

about 12:30: p.m*',in.,the. Jax Bowling Center. To par- tournament yet,with 58 members Callaway System due to the fact WEAPONS ,:" 3 : J'O
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ticipate, men, must,. have at least a 172 average for 21 participating.. ._ that the course is only'a par 64. NARJAX >; 3E': 1 ,

games and the women. must have a, 130 or better The winners of the tournamentwere No flights will be made and VP-16 .-: :.;if'J.,. 24. -;.. ..J.
VP-45 1VW4 '
will be rolled. See as follows;: 1st Flight J. winners will be determined by -2
Eighteen qualifying
average. games '. .. 2
Johnson (67)( ), J. Elston ((69)) and low net score. :\ir2.;; *
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next weeks for additional information. NARF < ... V '
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paper The Association's regular ;
W. Norris ((72); 2nd Flight A. .r''.- J t'
Lagasse ((67)), F. Gigalone ((68)) monthly tournament for April NFO I ;.. '., 0,1'.: '; 3
will be held at the Fernandina NDRC 0 4
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and E.Smith ((73) 3rd S.
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INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL STARTING SOON ; Flight '
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Golf Club. It will be held April 27-
McClendon (70) J. Rhodes ((71))
( ,
Jax An organizational meeting for the upcoming ,NATIONAL LEAGUE'W"L,',
and P.Anderson ((72)); 4th Flight- 28. The green fees will be $4.00 '
intramural Softball season was held yesterday. If your F. Byers ((69)), J. Binns ((70)) and plus the usual $1.75 entry fee. No :>:'. <'! ;,
command or unit plans to participate but did not have a K. Wilkins ((73)). starting times are allowed at this FICEUR v..*3 "r.(,. 0
representative at the meeting, contact the athletic officeat course but members should planto AIMD 2 1
The Association has scheduled play early and get off between NATTC 2 1
Ext. 3239 immediately. another Playday Tournament for 8:30: and 9:00: a.m. FAW-11 V.,1L' 1 -
April 8 at Fort Caroline Golf The President's Cup annual SUPPLY .1- '*.'.1:" 2

NAVY JAX POWER BOAT CLUB Club. It will be a one day tour- tournament will be held by the MATSG 0? 1 :
)(J,. nament with no starting times Association May 26-27 at the Jax MARTD 0, 1
Jax-The Navy Jax Power Boat Club recently held its .
HOSPITAL O. 2
required. Green fees will be $2.00 Beach Golf Club. Members are
monthly meeting at the NAS Jax Skeet Range. A large but members must have their reminded that the Playday

number of members turned out for the meeting that was membership card with them to Tournament and the monthly The record $286 million.in insurance -

followed by a barbequed chicken cookout. receive this rate. Entry fee will tournament for April are the last dividends due "4.1>million .,
..The Club's next meeting will be held on April 10 and aFish be $1.75 and rules contained in two tournaments in which to veterans this year are not .;
member's rules 'sheets will establish a handicap and be subject to federal income.tax,
is
Fry tentatively scheduled to follow.
prevail. eligible for the President Cup. the Veterans Administration
advised recently. -
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SUNS BASEBALL TICKETSJax f

Jacksonville Suns Baseball ticket books and

buttons are available at Special Services Ticket Office. G : :

There are ten tickets per book for $10.00. This book in- i0TireCity\V .V" :

cludes one.family ticket and nine individual tickets good \\ t .
for any game from April through, August daily. The ",

buttons are 75 cents and entitle you to free admission on \

opening day and special button days. \ iJ"
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The NAS Jax Ladies Golf Association held a .... j.
I. Point Tournament last week and the results are,as '.. I
i follows: 1st Flight Ellen Ropiak ((76 points) and Betty : ,:'

j Heyer ((66 points); 2nd Flight Cookie Kennedy ((76 ... "

points) and Gean Muncie ((74 pooints) ; 3rd Flight !' '" .' \
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Lourie Klein ((76 points) and Marion Vaught ((72 points). rlces.t-V

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Dot White, Olga Gerain and Lil Jabocobs in the 3rd .. .

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