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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 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. 31 NO. 7 Published In The Interest of Personnel
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Naval Air StationJa':ksonvilie, Florida MAY 3, 1973 }




Navy Relief Fund Drive Kicks-Off TodayCdrrCastle }



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Jax-Presentations by Navymen and Marines who (i

have been helped by Navy Relief will highlight a -j f

meeting set to begin at 10 a.m. today in King Hall,

kicking off the .1973 Jacksonville Navy Relief Society ,

fund raising drive. .
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ADJAN Roy G. Poag of VP-16 chairmen and keymen, as well as I
S will tell how Navy' Relief helpedin any interested persons, are in-
I an emergency Involving travel vitedrto( attend.
funds. LCpl. Joseph Diaz from TW Navy Relief fund-raising
the Marine Barracks will explain drive is held annually during May
,d. : how the Society aided with their and: June, commemorating the
.>")t Layette and Visiting Nurse Navy-Marine sea andair battlesat
j. programs and AE1 Craig Dicksonof Coral.Sea and Midway.
NATTC will talk about the help Donations last year totalled
he got in adopting a Korean or- more than $50,000, a figure
-: ",.1''' phan and following the death of campaign officials hope to matchor
one of his relatives. better this year.
j ,' The Jacksonville Auxiliary of
"The Place To Turn", a 22-
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...11 the Relief which
\ Navy Society,
\ minute film about Navy Relief
1 ':.>'!> includes NAS Jacksonville, NAS
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1. .' S be Cecil Field and NAS Glynco, Ga.,
; which is to moderated by Capt.
made loans and
.' ...t... -t ) William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax gratuities

;;"f) ;';,:"' -- $ r(: ;: :-': CO.Chaplain C. B, McPhail and The totaling figure$146,000 Navy-wide last year has alone.been ;

.it : .1 ". .4.,3 more than $5 million in each of ;
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'-L \\.,,'. '' ., ":; 'ri>J<'v: i t..'' > retired Navy Capt. Sherman :
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.. .: Jacksonville Auxiliary of the Capt. R., C. O'Loughlin, NAS
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9>t"&JiIL'i". :'. .. "" ; ,-.. << at the meeting.4 :*. chairman. r.. D. Chenoweth
,10., _" : TakesCommand+ K i...*.Tenant command commanding,.._and. LtJ M., Malone, both from "
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t' "" officers, station department Supply, are vice ClJalnWln and "'t.
heads and all 'designatedFreezes treasurerrespectively.l 'f"i"

Of VP-16 Battle 'E'] WinnersJax \;

Thawed \.1.1Jax

The Battle "E" winners career, which began in 1956. His The new skipper lives in Green
have a new skipper. tour includes tours with Early Cove Springs with his wife, the Following are exerpts sum VRB during the remainderof
Cdr. Ronald G. Castle relieved Warning Squadron ONE, Patrol former Maurine McAnulty of from a CNO message ceceived this fiscal year will be
Cdr. Kerry W. Mirise Monday as Squadrons FIVE and NINE, and Stillwater, Oklahoma, and their yesterday dealing with the liftingof authorized payment. Those
commanding officer of the VP-16 Air Development Squadron ONE. two children, Christopher and the freeze on promotions and reenlistees who have applied and
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"Eagles" in ceremonies held at He also served as a flight instructor Lisa. PCS moves: been denied lump sum VRB on
Hangar 1000. in Pensacola, Fla. and Cdr. Larry L. Maloy, who "...I am pleased to announce the basis of lack of funds need not J
on the carrier USS RandolphCVS recently reported to VP-16 from that the Congress has granted reapply. Their requests will be
RAdm. M.. A. Hadden, Jr., ( 15). Commander Fleet Air Wing funding relief which will permitus automatically acted upon by
Commander Fleet Air Wings Eleven Staff,relieved Cdr. Castleas to reinstate some promotions, BUPERS' without further action
Atlantic In Brunswick, Maine, Cdr. Castle joined VP-16 In Executive Officer. lump sum VRB payments, and from commands.D .
gave the address. February 1972 and assumed the PCS moves. A resume of these
Monday's ceremonies markedthe duties of Executive Officer in The outgoing skipper, Cdr. reinstatements follow: ( ) Officer PCS moves
pinnacle of Cdr. Castle's April. Mirise,will report to Commander previously sked in FY 73 but
.>1' Fleet Air Wing Eleven for duty on (A) Commence officer deferred into FY 74 for lack of
his staff until June, when he will promotions on 1 May. No funds will be issued for execution
go to Philadelphia, Pa. for dutyas retroactive promotions will be in.FY 73 provided there are no
Commanding Officer, authorized. However, by end FY other overriding considerations.All .
Philadelphia Recruiting District. 73 we plan to promote 15 officersto enlisted moves presently
The "Eagles" returned here in RADM, 125 to CAPT, 160 to scheduled for FY 73 will be
w January after a very successfulfive CDR, 242 to LCDR, 249 to LT, executed.
month deployment to Ber- 1,164 to LTJG and 192 to W-3. This NAVOP is not to be con ;
; muda. During this deploymentthe (B) Commencing 1 May ap- strued as authority for effecting
squadron developed new ASW proximately 33,000 enlisted ad- promotions, advancements or
tactics and met 100 percent of its vancements will ,be effected to payments. Implementing ;
y r L 1 operational commitments while bring us up to authorized top six directives relating to these actions -
"' cj maintaining a detachment in petty officer strength. Most will be issued separately.I t
iii: South America participating in advancements will take place In have been painfully aware of ;
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the UNITAS III exercise.In the E-4 thru E-6 grades. Becauseof the adverse impact of the f
c support of UNITAS, two VP- strength limitations approximately numerous restrictive personnel
16 flight crews and their main- 4,000 advancementsin policies which we have been
j: f tenance personnel spent four paygrades E-6 thru E-9 will forced to implement. Let me 'j!
months teaching South American need to be deferred into FY 74. assure you that no, effort was
armed forces modern ASW However 2,000 will be made ef- spared in seeking relief. Your
techniques and demonstratingthe fective 1 May. patience and understandingduring
capabilities of the P-3 (C) About twelve hundred lump this difficult period was
"Orion" aircraft. sum VRB requests which have most laudable. Therefore, it is
The squadron is presently been held in abeyance will be with a great deal of personal
"I RELIEVE YOU, SIR"-Cdr. Ronald G. Castle (Right) renders a involved in training to fly the P- released for payment. In addition satisfaction that I announce this
parting salute to Cdr. Kerry W. Mirise as Cdr. Castle becomes the new 3C, the Navy's newest anti- most reenlistees who success in our efforts."
VP-16 skipper. submarine aircraft. apply and qualify for the lump E. R. Zumwalt,Admiral,USN

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Pastry Bar.DINNER Dessert Bar.SUPPER Cream Gravy, Showflaked Potatoes, berry Sauce, Salad Bar, Coconut
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Chowder Baked Meat Loaf or Fried Young, Fried Rice, Chow Mein French Fried Potatoes, Salad Bar, SANDWICH LINE:,Grilled Ham ,& :af;Divine Worship '::30'a.m: '
Perch, Scalloped Potatoes Onions, Noodles, Seasoned Carrots, Buttered Buttered Peas 8> Carrots, Cherry Cheese Sandwiches, Potato All Saints Chapel.
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Tartar Sauce, Brown Gravy, Buttered Green Beans, Salad Bar, Devlis Food Jellp, Peanut Butter Cookies.. Salad Barr Relish Tray, Dessert Bar. ,Church School 9:30: a.m.
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Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Junior Youth Fellowship
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A.I'B N .Vt( Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choiceof Vegetables, Cream Style Corn,Mixed Salad Fellowship 12:30: p.m. 1:30 Senior Youth
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Bar, Boston Cream Pie, Oatmeal
Scrambled Eggs w-Ham, Pastry Bar Cookies. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Cream of at the SmalK Chapel.
Tomato Soup, Grilled Cheeseburgers Wednesday,May
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit Tuesday
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Salad Bar, Lemon Meringue Pie, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
private f irm. AU Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Chocolate Cookies. Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choiceof p.m. at Bldg. 750 and

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS SUPPER: Baked Virginia Ham, & Ham Beans or, Pastry Pork Sausage Bar. Baked Pork Christian Science Service
Pineapple Sauce, Whipped Potatoes p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News Simmered Sauerkraut, Buttered DINNER: Split Pea Soup, Bread
Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3119 Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Pork Chops Cream Gravy Mashed NAVAL HOSPITAL
or 3119. Chocolate Cookies, Lemon MeringuePie. Potatoes, Chilled Applesauce, Divine Worship 10a.m. at
Seasoned Green Beans, Buttered St. Lukes.
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Monday,May 7 Corn, Salad Bar, Martha Washington

available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange Juice, Cream Pie, Brownies. NATTCProtestant

race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Order burgers SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham Worship
or Cheeseburgers. French Service, 10:30 In
Choice of
Griddle Cakes Syrup a.m
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Fried Potatoes, Sliced
Tomatoes
Ham or Pork Sausage Home Fried Building 500.
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the Potatoes, Corn Muffins, Pastry Bar, Onions, Lettuce Leaves; Dill Pickles,
nfusal to print advertising from that source." DINNER : French Onion Soup, Mustard, Catsup, Salad Dressing, CATHOLICSaturday
Steamship Round of Beef, Natural Dessert Bar.SUPPER Mass 5 p.m. at
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Gravy Whipped Potatoes, Simmered : Fried Fish Sticks or St. Edward's Chapel.
concerning sych should be directed to: Navy Beans, Buttered Spinach Salad Frankfurters Cheese & Bacon, Sunday Mass 1 a.m and 11
Bar, Boston Cream Pie, Oatmeal Steamed Rice, Seasoned Lima Beans, a.m. Dally Mass-Monday,
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Cookies. Buttered Cauliflower, Salad Bar Tuesday, Thursday and
SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham Butterscotch Pudding, Brownies. Frlday.11:30 a.m. Wedinesday .
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entries in the l'M.'t) ., ;tt'. f. !" I .J
annual 1972 Freedoms Foundation letter : : "It.: / Jax-The Enlisted Wives Clubof
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writing contest. 'Yr.; ; t i? A '.. VP-24 sponsored? an Easter
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Egg squadron
Leading the list of Navy win very little is recorded regardingthe ; ,
.. children Easter Sunday for
ners was Chief Communications common American who also
children from 1-10 of at
Technician Paul E. Sullivan, Jr. has conbributed his share. That years age ,
the NAS Jax Chapel.
of the Naval Communications he has contributed is self-evident .
The children were divided into
Training Center, Pensacola, Fla. since our system has withstoodthe J
three and "turned :
Other winners included: Ltjg( ) test of nearly 200 years. .c s loose"age to hunt groups for the hidden t
Margo L.Ackerman of the Naval "But in our land today, if we candy Unknown to the !
eggs.
Air Test Center, Patuxent River, are to believe what we read,
youngsters, the ones who found ;:
Md.; Lt. Ronald Ayers of Attack there is much unrest. There are ,'H0
destined
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Squadron 42, Oceana; Chief reports that only lip-service is be winners.
Hospital Corpsman Cottery L. paid to the ideals of citizenship. Prizes were awarded to the

Bryant of the Naval Com- Contrary to these published following: Brian Ottoway ((1-3
munication Station Honolulu I look around and
reports, see
age group), Gina Valero ((4-6 age
Hawaii and Yeoman First Class much good.
; Harris
bracket), and Raymond ,
Charles W. Diggs of the Naval. "The common American does .
Jr. (7-10 age group)
Justice School, Newport, R.I. understand freedom,even thoughhe Following the hunt, refreshments I
There were also 61 additional may not say as, much in were served to the

Navy winners in other categoriesof writing.His actions,although not children and their parents. I H
the communication.Each gallant, do speak for him.. "He The "Batgirls" sponsored a '

letter writing contestant attends a parent-teacher meetingand Wine-Tasting and Spaghetti
his interest in his
submitted works of 100 to 500 proves Dinner Appril 28 at the Lake
children. He takes the time and
words in length on the subject Newman Recreation Building at
votes for his local officials. He
"The Price of Freedom." A prizeof Cecil Field.A .
$100 and a George WashingtonHonor attends a sporting event and TOP SAILOR AT NARJAX A01 James S. Nelson of Reserve buffet-style dinner, preparedby
Medal was awarded to the places his hand over his heart at Training Unit (RTU) '- 203 has been selected ,NARJAX Sailor of the Mrs. Katie Lewis, was servedto
winners. the playing 'of the anthem. He Quarter. Petty Officer Nelson was selected for outstanding |lob per the 42 persons' present.

The letter which won Chief contributes to the' Combined formance while serving as supervisor of Work Center 230 where his Following the dinner, a Wine-
Sullivan top Navy honors follows: Federal Campaign so that his duties include the safe and efficient ordnance operations for VA203. Tasting presentation was con-
less fortunate brothers may have He was cited for maintaining "one of the finest ordnance shops In the ducted by Mr. Gene Hayford, a
"Freedom is meaningful only if hope. He purchases a box of command' Runner-wp for the honor was ADJ1 James R. Woodman, representative from' a local
it is understood. Therefore, cookies from a little, Girl Scout, the command's top recruiter* distributing company.
before any American can ap- not because he is hungry, but ..
preciate the price paid for our rather, because he understandswhat I I

heritage down through the ages, the child represents. i
he must understand what is "Will this common man have-
meant by this word freedom his name enshrined for an-

because he too must contribute of tiquity? No, he probably will be e
himself in order for this freedomto forgotten very quickly. However,
survive. those who survive him will know
"History is filled with the and they will imitate his actions, SrvIw"

exploits of many Americans who because Americans do un- u
understood the meaning of derstand freedom and they do

freedom and gave their lives for pay the price of freedom by

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luncheon honoring the retirement of William C. Perry and his wife.
Concluding his career of Federal Service, spanning nearly four
decades, Mr. Perry was also presented Letters of Appreciation by the
CO and members of the Supply Department.
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Jax-The Civilian Cafeteria is Cucumber Mix, American Salad.
-The following is a reportof located at Bldg. 2 on the Egg Custard Pie, Boston i
motor vehicle
accidents
and
southeast corner of Yorktownand Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Assorted
traffic violations
for
the period of All
Ranger. military and Puddings.
April 16-22.
civilian personnel and their Wednesday,May 9
Number of
This Period Accidents guests are invited to use the Vegetable Soup, Country
10, facility. Steaks with Yellow Rice, Broiled 'j
This Period a year ago 11. Breakfast is served from 6-8 Pork Chops with Apples, ,
Total accidents this year 154. a.m.and lunch is served from 11 Spaghetti with Meat,Sauce, 7 oz. .1"
Total y1Tr
accidents through this a.m. to 1 p.m. Chopped Sirloin. y
period last year 126. This week's menu is as follows: Mashed Potatoes, Rice with (
Total number of days since last ,. Monday,May 7 Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, \
injury in a motor vehicle 1 rWR Minestrone Soup, Baked Meat Peas, Great Northern Beans, ,4
accident 2. Loaf with Creole Sauce, Roast Cauliflower. '. "
Number of days since an injury with Chocolate Pie \
Turkey Dressing, 7 oz. German Apple .
last year at this time 23. Chopped Sirloin, Fried Fish, Pie, Layer Cake, Assorted '
Number of Violations "49er" HONORMAN-ADJAN Jerry Dunlap is congratulated by Chicken Fried Steaks. Puddings. i ".
This Period 119. Cdr. J.D.Funderburk, VP-49 CO for being selected the squadron's Mashed Potatoes, Rice with Thursday May 10 t ,
Speeding 64. Honorman of the Quarter for the fourth quarter of FY73. Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Chicken Soup,,Hot Roast Beef '
Reckless driving 1. Turnip Greens, Corn, Blackeyes. Sandwich with Gravy, Pork Chop :.-:
Going through stop sign 14. Combination Salad, Tossed Suey with Rice, Breaded Veal j s
Other Violations' 40. Protestant Women Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Cutlets with Parmesan Cheese, 7 ':
Thirty-five drivers appeared Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, oz. Chopped Sirloin. ,
before their commanding officers Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Mashed Potatoes, Rice with
last week. Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,
Disposition of the ,cases' Included of Chapel MeetJaxThe Beet and Onion, Tuna Salad Mustard Greens, Pinto Beans,.
the following: Eleven lost Coconut Cream Pie, Wax-Green Beans.Combination .
driving and parking privileges Strawberry Short Cake, Apple Salad, Tossed
aboard the station for various Protestant Women of. Recently the P.W.O.C. Pie, Assorted Puddings. Salad Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
periods;'' eighteen were assignedto the Chapel of Faith (P.W.O.C.) members were asked to submit Tuesday,May 8 Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello,
complete an eight-hour course held their final meeting until fall the name of a woman active in Tomato Soup, Fried Chicken, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
in remedial driving; none last week. both the chapel and civilian affairs Baked Ham with Cabbage, 7 oz. Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad,
received suspensions; fourteen The women reviewed what they for '''the Jacksonville Expo Chopped Sirloin, Franks with Carrot and Raisin, Tuna Salad..
were given warnings;none were had accomplished during the '73. Jan Heiss waf the one chosenby Potato Salad, Baked Fish, Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple
dismissed; nineteen were fined period from September 1972 the group for the honor of Braised Chicken, Liver with Pie, Devil Food Cake, Assorted
(U.S. Magistrate); and two were through, April of this year. running for "Mother of the Year Rice. Puddings.

disciplined under Article 15 of the Their basic purpose is to help for Jacksonville". Mashed Potatoes, Rice with Friday,May 11 .

UCMJ. the chapel staff keep their On Monday, May 7, the women Gravy French Fried Potatoes, Crab Gumbo, Trout Almon-
Twenty-seven drivers were running smoothly. The who have been active in the Baked Egg Plant, Broccoli with dine,Stuffed Peppers with Creole
assessed one hundred and fourty- programs group also makes sure the altar P.W.O.C. during the year are Butter, String Beans.Combination .. Sauce,Beet Short Ribs with Rice, !
three traffic points. paraments, choir and acolyte invited to Diane McPhail's home Salad, Tossed 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Ham and
robes are in good condition, for ,a poolside salad pot-luck Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit, Macaroni Augratin.
for greeters each luncheon at 11 a.m. Beveragesand Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Mashed Potatoes, Rice with
RetiredMnEnlistedsrs. arranges Sunday, visits the sick, plans dessert will be provided. Plain Cottage' Cheese, Fruit Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,,
congregational: pot-luck dinners Please call 264-4747 if you plan. to' Cottage-.Cheese, Waldorf Salad Okra and Tomatoes, Spinach
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chapel. program in the fall; : '
President; Jan Heiss Vice ,
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President, Glee McMahon; Extends to'you a Cordial '
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Spring has sprung and with the most important two minutes of I
j advent of warmer weather more your life.Before. : -- : -

and more motorcyclists will be getting on the bike, -
I wheeling through the streets'and make sure that your body is well
byways of the nation.A protected. Your helmet should be
motorcycle's, lack of en- of the highest possible quality. .

closure gives the rider a sense of Don't try to save money by 4 a,
\ exhilaration and freedom. But purchasing a "discount" helmet
this lack of enclosure also makes which could crack like an tA&t.
the motorcycle a potentially dangerous eggshell in a moderate speed collision -
vehicle in the hands of an or slide-out. Provide yourself -
inexperienced or careless biker. with a strong face-shield to --
With the "motorcycle season" prevent facial and eye injuries 1nI: -- -
approaching, each rider should ,from objects in the air.Is your
acquaint or perhaps reacquaint body well padded to protect (
himself with the safety devices on against the shock of hitting the ,
his motorcycle to insure that the pavement? The sure sign of a V VSLIM.
thrill of a motorcycle ride doesn't careless rider, the guy who rides
become another avoidable trag around in shorts and tennis

shoes..Make sure that your entire
edy.Safe
motorcycle riding becomes body is protected and that heavier
a habit to the good rider. padding is placed in spots which PICKINGS-AA Mike Adams was more fortunate than many Uniform Shop customers when
He habitually doesn't take you would naturally use to breaka he started looking for dungarees that were his size early Monday afternoon. Gaping holes between
chances. He habitually rides fall; elbows, knees and shoul stacks of dungarees are a common problem at Navy Exchanges around the country, but take heart,
defensively, always watching out ders. During the warm summer customers-32 more cases of dungarees were to be set out on the shelves an hour after this picture was

for the other: guy. And probably and spring months, the temptation taken. Stick THAT(or THOSE) In your seabag, NAS Jax enlisted men!
just as important he habitually is'to shun the protective

makes a safety inspection of his clothing in favor of comfort. Uniform Felt
bike and safety wearing apparel, Remember however, the road Shortages
making repairs whenever they doesn't get any softer in warm
are needed. This safety inspec- weather and you're simply askingfor
tion takes approximately two trouble when you get on your At Some Navy Exchanges

minutes, but it just might be the bike unprotected. ,-

Jax-Some Navy Exchangesare sonnel). fashion item, has been extendedto
experiencing shortages in The recent announcement other areas as well, such as

uniform items made from double- caught unform manufacturers upholstery for automobiles,
knit and denim.Manufacturers. unprepared to meet the increased shoulder bags and a' number of
have not been demand. other non-clothing items.

able to keep up with the demandfor There are indications that the Manufacturers of Navy
these materials, not only in current supply is beginning to dungarees are forced to competein
military uniforms, but in civilian catch up with the demand, but the open market with all other
clothing as well. this still leaves shortages at some manufacturers using denim for

Navy Exchanges. The Navy the limited supply available from,
The worldwide popularity ofloubleknits Resale System Office (NRSO) is the five domestic mills now
is causing increased currently attempting to list supplying this fabric. With the
lemand for this material in the additional manufacturers of cost of building, a. new mill

Nothing,: industries. The double-knits on Navy Exchange estimated to be $40 million, it is
t N. 'crunch" for the new Navy Price Agreement Bulletins in anticipated that the denim
uniform fabric came in January shortage will continue for the
order to increase ,the flow, of .
,when the Navy announced that foreseeable future. -
double-knit clothing including,
,
f first 'class petty' officers ,could '
Navy'Eichange are bjcct'tothe'
ft uniforms, into'the Exchanges. s
t egin wearing the new enlisted
of
Navy men are also experiencing same requirements supply
uniform immediately, at their problems in pur- and demand that are found in the

ption.. chasing dungarees. Once again, civilian community. When itemsare
Manufacturers had previously in.short at the
heavy demand has created a supply
HELPING HAND FOR NAVY HISTORY-Donations from area E established production schedules shortage of material.In this case, manufacturer's level, they
Navymen and civilians to the Naval Aviation Museum In Pensacola t jo provide increased supplies of the demand is from the civilian inevitably will be in short supplyat
head for their goal in the form of a check being presented to Capt. he new uniform, including community. the store level and this Includes -
uniforms made of double-knit)
William G. Sizemore (2nd From Left) NAS Jax CO,by Cdr. L.VV. Peek. Navy Exchanges.
fabric, by July of this (the The denim has
become
year jean the
Looking on are Cdr. Harry A. Hoover (Left) and Cdr. Robert A. Hall. NRSO, aware of these
Cdrs. Peek, Hoover and Hall were co-chairmen for the air show riginal: date established for the major item in the wardrobe of an situations,is making every effortto
; scheduled here to benefit the Museum. ptional change-over to the new entire generation of young assure that manufacturerslisted
miform for all enlisted per- Americans Denim., as the "in" on Price Agreement

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A Guide to Budgeting for the
Family.
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JaCtsordlleh odda Lut"".".('-1CMI,.., I Regional Convention at HAS Pensacola are (L.R): Mrs. Dwight One of the most outstanding
Per M Franchurd Mann Phone 311 444 9 OPEN SUNDAY W Lemar, Mrs. Hank Wernet, Mrs. Eugene Kubisiak, Mrs. Roy Shafer, alumni of the 99th Fighter Squadron -
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Thunderbird. Starcraft BOATS. MOTORSCANOE Mfg Trojan Grumman> T-Craft Mrs. Harold Erb, Mrs. Ronald Celmer, Mrs. Richard Croley, Mrs. and the 332nd Fighter Groupwas
Harry McAllister Mrs. Conrad Hardy and Mrs. Joseph Hagan. the man who went on to
Delegates not shown include Mrs. William Brown, Mrs. John Duval, become the first black general in

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WE SELL VOLVOS destroyed a Focke-Wulf 190 over

., /. :; Castelventrane the honor of being, Italy the, giving first black him

*i ,. to destroy an enemy aircraft in

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L" : AND YOURS. In Chief.
On Jan.28,1944, while leadinga
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Distinguish Cross.
Flying
Seeing. The driver of a Volvo ing braking and cornering'than a If you ever turn over. You, ,. Of his experiences he modestly

sedan is surrounded 26-sq.-ft.. non-radial. have a Volvo roof under your ... 'said, "Frankly, I don't think I

of safety glass. Which does more head. It has supported the weightofsixmoreVolvosI6,074lbs. '. have done anything unusual. : .
You know, there were many
than improve, your view of the .). r.;. whites who' thought Negroes

scenery: it improves your viewof could not master swift moving
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car behind may hit you. In this :..; .
Disc brakes resist other fellows who did as much as
fading better than drum brakes. event, several! things will happen. I to make the 99th Fighter Squadron -
First Volvo's ,, and the 332nd Fighter Group
energy-absorbing t
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bumper will take up some of the'

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absorbing rear end will take 'up Why pay full price when

tl ,'. some more. Finally, the back- you can get it for less?

c rests on the bucket seats (with ,. JAX NAVY FEDERAL

.x..,. rf their friction coupling) will give
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minimize .
way to whiplash.If

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Under extreme pressure a divided
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wheel from forced in 1972 KINGSWOOD
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:'pando living l ,
A radial : tire:' is constructed to of the passenger "compart StyleWith Volvo it's f.iore'a .. .'; furnished. .; a.room real buy completely, ,,

.; keep more tread:on. .the. .road dur-.. ment. ... .. question of lifestyle. <.'" ':'" ,: :. .j. .. SOLD 'OUR
.'"sf'>w., .,. '. ,', :; .; #, ,. 'NEW. PRICE
..., '-. ., '. "';........, ','"("',- ."1. .... -:" *000) $5,445.;
; w""LVO'

, t .; : '' ,' .. ,,' :: ,16'/1972 2.ft SKAMPER Travel trailer. ,self cont,
1 faK.CN.O/Mtq. r ; '
:: ti 1 very good cond J,
: .> .. Jncjudes)
; '"]:? L : ; .t : Reese hitch sway. control &
brake resistor
". SEE US FOR A TEST DRIVE OR FOR AUTHORIZED VOLVO PARTS'AND SERVICEA.. ,. SOLD
.t'> __ ., ;; _;:. : ';, NEW OUR
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PARRISH VOLVO INC. 920 LAURA STREET' 904' 355654 PRICE
r -, : :. $3075 $2,295
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OVERSEAS DELIVERY AVAILABLE o .
< PHONE, 384-7391

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TEMPORARY JOBS JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
FOR NAVY WIVESAll LIVE 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS Clean Modern INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE AGENCY
CRABS
short office assignments.skills needed.No fee Long We ana pay Wilford's.Fish Camp .trailer and apts. 3893007. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :=:c:::::::::::::::::::J.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

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you. COLONY MOBILE HOMES "TWO OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU"

XTRA HELPERS 394-5188 STANDARD ROYALTYPEWRITER SALES RENTALS Call 771-0275.,9359103rd St.. Formerly! Continental Insurance Underwriters

WANTED-BARBER PICA,MODEL 440
or men's hair stylist. Venetla Barber Mint Condition, Like New, New 6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD 2990 MAYPORT ROAD
Ribbon Cartridge, Brush PEACHTREE (Near HAS) (Near NS)
Shop, 5535 Roosevelt Blvd. Apply In Cover, 65' X 12', 2BR., kit. & LR. furn.
person to Mr. Godwin, dally before 4 Instruction Book. $115., 7721641. washer-dryer, Cent. AC, skirted Phone 383-7676., Phone 249.5649

P.M. setup. Ready to move Into at
TOY POODLE
Woodrldge Mobile Home Village,
ORIENTAL WAITRESSES Silver Male, AKC ,
reg. 8 weeks old.
10960 Beach Blvd., loan Call
& BUS BOYSWANTED assume ,
Call 264 9487 after 3 P.M.
64M624. aft. 6 P.M.

To serve the best Chinese food In town. ;t3 EA'i: ST NORMANDY 7812331
Must be neat, but experience not J '*<' ':*,N: ,:$" FOR SALE
necessary, will train, 18 cr; over. WE BUY & SELL EQUITIESCall 1970 New American Mobile Home. 12' Normandy Mob
X 60', Spanish, 2 Bedroom.Call 264- 5139 Normomly Blvd.
House of Lee Restaurant, 1807 RogeroRd. us for quick service GQID
Hours 3 to 11 Call Mrs. 8945 after 4 P.M. (.
p.m. p.m. Morrison I I.Taylor,Inc.
Lee, 744.6744, for appt. ".10 p.m. 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. p3. THEATRE STARTS

771.3052 737-3864 I 1
WE BUY AND SELL FRIDAY!
MOBILE HOME SALESMANHigh GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES

Apply pay In, person short hours Mobile, part-time.Home 4 miles west NORMANDY of Cecil Field.ACRES to 20 Acre Phone 388-4619 Eiverything You've Ever Heird About CHEERLEADERS CGlMS True

tracts. Land is the best investment for
Brokers, 5837 Roosevelt Blvd. the future. Other tracts available over TRANSPORTATIONSETTER SEE THEM DO IT,IN...

Southwest Jacksonville. _

IF YOU UNDERSTAND Wynne of Florida
Realty
CARS FOR LESS MONEY
[!j jJH"I
Machinery and small business ad. 389.5514 REALTORS 389.8507 Used VW's compacts, other foreign
ministration need to
we you managea
makes. Astro Motors 6566 NormandyBlvd.
small but growing business In Clay :n
County. Salary commensurate with QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY 7814978. I

ability plus profit sharing. Immediate Also, Equities for sale on easy terms.
vacancy. Send brief resume to P. 0. Edward O.Lyon, Broker 389.0361 '68 DODGE MONACO
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Box 245. Orange Park, Fla. 32073. door, HT, PS, AT,AC, R&H, Maroon ;
GREEN COVE SPRINGS w.black vinyl top. Excellent Con

FULL& PART-TIME JOBS Residential, Lots,Acreage dition. $1095., phone 3981533. .,

Ideal opportunity for Navy wives. Chas.Mobley, Realtor 284.9365

Choose your own location&hours. Lee Duncan,Associate 264.6861 '69VW SQUARE BACK _-
All types of office skills needed. Low Mileage,excel.cond. J.I
For HIGH PAY and NO FEE,call: WHITE FENCE FARMS 264.3218. / f '
TEMPO TALENT 355-1554 Located In the heart of Arizona's

736 Fla. National Bank Bldg. finest farming and hunting country, '(6 MUSTANG CONY. ..... II'
historic Safford ( seat of "
near County Blue, good condition, $750. Call 264-
HELP WANTED Graham ) Great :
County. year-round 4117, Weekdays aft. 6 P.M., Weekends m'
Part-time Only climate. 1'A acres, $1,100 low terms. ---,
Call 388-9607 For full Information, please write to anytime. .. z

Mrs. A.L. Young.Glenarm Land Co., "' t .
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'< TEENAGERS.
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2233 North 7th Street, Phoenix; 85006. JANUARY AUTOMOTIVE .
NEED SPENDING MONEY Produced brPAIIGUcLERendROWiDLLRNER D cclcd by PAUL CUCXLEH
1171 C ASS AT,387-28)9
Be your own boss. Distribute best line HOME OF EXCEPTIONALBUG Distributed by CINEMATON HDUSmes] GIVE US AN OX
products. For further Info.Write P. O. 3BR.FENCEDYARD
Box 6047, Jax., Fla. 32221. Double-Car garage, dinette, range b & DOMESTIC CARSOOPEL2DR.KADETTE
refrlg., ?
VanSandt,Realtor 387.1213 AT, R&H, White tires, 37,000 miles.
GOLD W+BEIGE VINYL BUCKET
ATTENTION LADIES SEATS..Compare at $1195., Our Price 1
CLIPTHIS COUPONFor PORT ST.LUCIE AT FT. PIERCE
$>...
FREE TUBE OF ORGANIC Avoid 9 mo.wait. New 3BR., 2B.Gen. '71 TOYOTA 2DR.HT,MARK II I I

LIPSTICK. Bring to supervisor. Bob Development home avail. Low dwn., Red w.black vinyl Interior, 4 Spd.,
Giddens' Sales meeting. 1:30 P.M. $167.00 mo. Take second mtge. Lcdr. R&H, factory AC, WW, 37,000 miles,

Thursday, North Florida Carpenter's Cannizzaro, 264.8365. Compare at $2195., Our Price S1588. TAKE 1-295 .1(:
10 Int. 4000 Union Hall Place near '65 IMPALA 4-DR. STATIONWAGEN
.. Lenox and MO. OUTSTANDINGREAL LIKE NEW
ESTATE INVESTMENT V-8, ((283 cu. In.) PS, AC,'AT, luggage
SHOP FOREMANCoin 2 zoned waterfront, 2 residential rack White over Canary yellow,black DIRECT TO.
operated machine (vending & prime location homesites at San vinyl Interior. This car Is ready for a ..

game) distributor. Electro Carlos Park, Fla. $11,200.00 value. trip to the West Coast,or to pick up the
mechanical ability, training and Make offer, cash-old coins-what. 264- kids from school,or to the fishing hole. .. .. .

experience required. Bush International 6511. _____ Compare at $895., Our Price $488.t .
60 Riverside. Ave. 356- ..ti: f NDGMAMDY aL
0256. CALLA SHIPMATEJoe

Roplak (RET Navy)
HELP WANTED Licensed Real Estate Salesman

Part.time daytime. Male & Female. Representing ., II
McDonald's Drive ",Inn, 6546 Nor. Blanding Agency, Inc.Realtors z >c o

..mandy Blvd.III >

: !! < I! [JI IN REAL ESTATE Wayne Shrum MATTERSCall WESTSIDE l N, Yti IIJr' ;a'CECIL C;

Blanding Agency, Inc.Realtors IsIELD < c gNAs
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER 771.9513DiB .!!
Responsible party take up pmts of $5.
a month. Call dealer. 7724936. "' .fI::! ':

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A recorded message by ORANGE'PARK2BR.

SCOTT EDWARDSTells ., Apts. furn. or unfurn.,' Dishwasher ORANGEPARK'The :
you how to be a Drapes. Carpets, Elizabeth 1F
.
,DISC JOCKEYcall AptS., 771-1405 or 7713355.
Approved for _
veterans.355-2944 Columbia any hour. School of Bases and Orange Park ,art now only

Braodcastlng. San Francisco. Not, WILMAR APARTMENTSAir minutes away. Take 1-295 expressway to the

affiliated with CBS,; Inc. Course by Conditioned, 2 bedroom Living Normandy' exit, then right 1V4 miles' and one
home : room, Kitchen, Bftstnook, parking .
study traffic light brings you toVOLKSWAGEN
space for 2 cars, water, sewage,
garbage, lawn service. Furnished COUNTRYIt's
AIR LITE INDUSTRIESOFJAX $120., Unfurnished $100. plus 4 percent
Fabrication In rescreenlng, window sales tax.387.2541 weekends,389-0744.
screens, screen doors, patio 8 pool k a nice trip and so are the savings. '
enclosures, aluminum roofs & car.
ports, free estimates. Owned & FOR RENT .
home 2BR pvt. lot Orange <
Mobile
T. Abrams
operated by: Norman
USN retired, Paul Tinney,2568 Edison Park Couple preferred Call 264.9487. WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN

Ave., 394-1242.
MOBILE HOME-2BR. ,

AC, private lot, fenced yard, water, INC. -
AUTO AI R.cON D.SERVICE garbage &sewage furnished. Married ,
Room Units, Central Units, Tyler couples. No children,no pets.$95.mo.,
Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711 $25. deposit 772.9839.
Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388.5161. 1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTH .
FURN.HOUSE WITH POOL SWISS MAID-It's hard to TELEPHON 781-5511
All or part of June,July or:Aug. beautiful
BOAT FOR SALE 2644)218, stay neutral around the

'72 Arrowglas, 14'xr fiberglass with Miss Switzerland, Anne-Lee(

*73 50 H.P. Johnson and Gator trailer.All GIVE US A CALL FOR Weber, according,: to the photographer
three only W mos. old. $1900. or Quick Rental of Your Property
of $63 a month. 389-0361 CTT3 ''Carl Tyer. l
take over pymts. Edward O.Lyon, Broker
Balance $1MO.'39-4542.



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MMC CHARLES K. MADISON
took the oath for six years at xe
l Security. He also received a
Letter Commendation from the
CO of USS Power (DD 839)).

AMH1 BILLIE LEE SIMS AMCS CURTIS MATHEWS L
I TTIRICHARD
raised his hand for six years at shipped over for four years at ; ; :
VP49. NAESU DET JAX. $6,000 RICHER-AX3 Jackie Cope signs on the dotted line for six
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''t. years and a $6,000 bonus at VP-45.
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SATURDAY"_AND SUNDAY ONLY! .
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h'I I;: books .. I
-.T__ family .. :..' .
""='. "

Jx :GREAT-= I 10-GAME BOOK cLP.

,, \ $500 _

<.' SALE!: .,! Reg. price $6.00

-:.. -- 25-GAME BOOK

-rln
I $1000 d

Ji(I Reg. PriCe $6.00 $;
ACC N. CAR. 1 7k-
u PENTER continued his Navy
career by reenlisting at Air TD2 RICHARD L.,HARDESTY .t
4824 BLANDING BLVD. ( ) Operations. shipped over for 3 more years. II

Phone 771.2803 mu,

.
AOCS JAMES R. PETERSON
added_6 arto.his 21 at ATTC.
1.; to; ,.J.. .JJJ v
0. EXTRA' LARGE I Q:j q:' k a.' .
2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS '.
} \iir.; r "
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In .
2 baths 5 closets separate makeup
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area. separate dining area.
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Central Air & Heat, patio, $aK. ;: (F
swimming pool & party room { Attt tw: ,f.'"

Also Large 1 3 Bedroom t
264-8102 /f ;:

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1800 KINGSLEY AVE. !

.DIRECTIONS: Between Blandmg;
Blvd.".& Orange ,Park. Minutes
'IP"NEWund
away via new(.2'S.,


USED CARS .f..

72 TOYOTA MARK II 70 OPEL GT
51695
Station Wagon, AT, factory Radio and,heater. ,
air, 6 cylinder, baby blue AMEAN .DAVID, POWELL
GOODCHANCE ... reenlisted at.VP-4s. lt4 I
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TO SAVE f???' 7VCAPRI SUNROOF MILITARYCLEARINGHOUSE'
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69 TRIUMPH GT-6+ Radial tires, radio and heater.
Radio and heater. $' 795 *, '' '5179S .


CELICArs ,from2395 up a
Curts & Associates Inc is personnel
a recruiting firm
THREE TO CHOOSE FROM,
'71's and'72's,All air conditioned I specializing in career oriented. lob opportunities..' .

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71 COROLLA 4-DOOR 70 MAVERICK EXECUTIVE SEARCH MBA
AT, average miles, clean as a Standard shift, perfect car. ACCOUNTING EDP -
whistle $| AOiJ new tires, and all 51195| ADMINISTRATION .SALES
FINANCE LAW'
71 DATSUN PICK UP 71 COROLLA "1200"
23,000 miles. Another' good AT, Yellow!/ low,.low miles ENGINEERING SECRETARIAL
chance to savel! OO9O CONSTRUCTION CLERICAL HM2 DAVID' ,M;, HEANEY
'1395
PRODUCTION GENERAL OFFICEBOOKKEEPING shipped over at VP-24 for four
MARKETING years..


t". 72 TOYOTA We are a member of NATIONAL PERSONNEL CONSULTANTS MOBILE HOMES
' I with affiliate offices throughout the nationwo
CORONA'S! se can put,you In touch with our NPC affiliate In your
desired geopgraphlcal location. $3995upPRIDEMORE
FIVE TO CHOOSE FROM! 4-door. AT Please call or forward your resume to arrange a
Air conditioned, vinyl tops, $2495 upSOUTHSIDE confidential interview. cfJi 1
Some demonstrators. .

c CURlS & ASSOCIATES, INC.SUITE .

: 4373 PHONE t G-30, I IBM BUILDING PHONE 396.5151 ;, iN.U.S,17 .
TDYOTft I PHILIPS HWY 737-3822 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32207 GREENCOV6SPRINGS, NORTH f

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AnnuityIncrease Ult'j'.ILI 1': jjjij..i tti I NARF Honor. Roll I I


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Coming? E f!! 30-Year Pins Joseph P. Phillips Jr.

; ii,; _ Harral Tomlinson
Jax The increase In the. tl: ; William J. Leonard
Consumer Price Index (CPI) ,i I: :: Joseph W. Mead,. Jr.
20-Year Pins
announced for February could ; 1 Richard I. Harnios
trigger a cost-of-living Increasefor Neal Julius Pauline A. Stevenson.
.
Ii ':
1.2 million retired Federal tir; i ;a" Eugene Clemons Thomas A. Branch .
employees and survivor annuitants E. Gerald Carter 4 _
rl Clarence
Civil Service Commission Rogers /
sources.report. 1 I I Joseph F. Stazenski
The February CPI figure of 1 Edwin H. Garrison Sustained Superior::

128.6 represents a 3.5 percent -....-. r Vincent T. O'Connor Performance '"
increase over the base figure set ;, --I i; .t x Albert G. Wyss John J. Borje
in April of last year. I .4 Thomas C. Finney Charles B. Hill
!
If the March and April CPI i l:
= Francis Colson
C. McConnaha
Ralph
figures remain 3 percent or more
higher than the base figure. r I William T. Dublinsky Walter A. Sadowski \
Annuitants will get an automatic Anthony J. Dallavia Lucy E. Owens .;
increase as of July 1, 1973,which ; : Donald C. Morris James Siplin -
will be .reflected in August 1 Allen Lightner Jr. Paul F. Howard
paychecks. (To be eligible for the Francis E. Francher Roland B. Baker, Jr. .'/ .,
increase an employee must be FAREWELL GIFT-Mrs. Jean Davis (Left) is presented a going
Jr. !
D.
Oscar Frederick
Lingerfelt C. Moge
separated or in non-pay status by away'present by Mrs. Marie Slocumb, Jax Marine Wives Club 'G
midnight June 30.) president,on behalf of the club.Mrs. Davis will be staying in Detroit, Ralph Godwin "James C. Kwaak ...:
The exact amount of such an Mich.while her husband is stationed overseas.The next meeting of the Charles Riddle Herschel Morrison
increase cannot be determined at Marine Wives Club will be May 17. George C. Sweet Donald M. Brooks ,
this time, but it will be equal to
the highest percentage over the f ,
base figure reached in February, .,: : ; .: :; 4' '' :. .
March,or April, plus a 1 percent f1

add-on A 4.8 required percent cost by-of-living law. in- < :**:;:);; :: .\2'.,..;. .t ;< ':s' :: : :;

crease for Federal annuitants ; ;
went into effect in July 1972. ,
is
Under present law, Federal May
employees must retire before the I
effective date of a CPI increase in T
order to benefit from it.

SCPO'SAdva'nced Salute the Military 'T



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Jax- pongratulations.to j .. ,. Month ::' ..,. ';
the following personnelwho ,\f '' ,tv k'c- '
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selected for !.' -
were : -. /..
advancement to E-8: ": .: 'G- :.
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ABCS L. B. Cobb, ACCSR. "i
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D. Hunter and ABCS J. : : :. -
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at FIG id ';
F. Worley from Air r .:
Operations: ; DPCS N. L. > : ; ._
Gage of Personnel Ser-
vices; and AGCS A. M.

Upton, PNCS G. A. Silver
Schaeffer, RMCS R. .W.
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Tipps and CTCS W. H.
Torpey from ADCOP. ,.': n.:\".-;,


: ; > reduced ; .
Wf vt ciMHgtd our Namt. i :," -. Special : :
but the SERVICE lithe Sam..t.

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.. of ""'JAfedJ[- ... >'t.1: ;;+ and their : : ,. :

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:'i-:-: Have you ever visited fish In their, during the Florida"R: u
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4949 BLANDING BLVD. ,;,.:. t. -'underwater home? : ing special x i i,1
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PHONE 7718244Jax .1 ''v "
?'. his ? bers of the : J J1'
vr.. Or.watched a,snake lose venom A. : ,

"-'..' Or petted .tame deer. from all. over. and : ( ; :t. s

$ Greaiesf ,....J1f, :,. the. world? dren,: the .'

FURNITURE :" Or embarked'on a real jungle' cruise. ? ,: apply.) :

ValuesfUNDAY. _' .:',.These. and rna.ny.other exciting:, adventures '1. Come on. : .

''y 1 :: await. you at Silver Springs .see,' F o ,. '

.. '. Florida's natural. paradise.' Now, experience. 'I' .:

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SURPLUS GOODS : Interstate 75 and Florida 40, Ocala, : ;
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NAS Jax Sponsored


First East Coast Nautical Mile ScheduledBy 1


Paul Lucas used for sea and air It is recommended that later than 1 p.m. at the

navigation based on the no matter how good of NAS Jax track.
Run the Mile ??? length of a minute of arcofa shape you are physically, The 29 and younger age
Are you kidding me ??? great circle of the earth you have a complete group will start the Mile
No! I'm not kidding you. and differing because the examination prior to run at 1:30: p.m.'If that
Dig out your old track earth is not a perfect entering the running race is completed on time
shoes and your safety sphere." Entry into either or both the 30-39 group will take to
support and relive your You say, "that did it"? of the events will be accepted the hills for their event at
high school days, here, You are not going to tr.to. up to the start of the 1:50: p.m. Of course, last
May 31.. see if the earth is a perfect race, but all participants again, will be the "young tYt
On May 31, the First sphere, and you could care are urged to arrive no at heart" 40 and over at 'so
Annual East Coast less??", Well, what NAS _,* .
Nautical Mile event will be Jax has planned is this.... .,., .. .+\:: .r. t 4
sponsored by NAS Jax. According to Capt. Ron : ;,,,: ;""I'. v
Remember when your Smith, USMC of Marine ru ; ,; ,,; ....
high school coach told you Barracks, the nautical "<'r q'.>, J.1, ,>;': .
,
that you had to replace Joe mile run will be 6,076,1 feetor ".j.- .
in the,mile run because he about 1853.2 meters for
just pulled a muscle? You you Jim Ryuns. The "No Excuse"
t did it for the ol' Alma event will not be just the 2:10: p.m.I .
Mater, didn't you ??? Nowis Nautical Mile Run, but will asked Captain Smith if
your chance to show us also include the Mile there was any reason 'why
\
at NAS Jax just why the '
Relay. he had the 40 'and over
coach chose you, !III!! The actual Nautical Mile running last and he just
This event is not new to Run will seat the -old smiled !!
the military services, but a against the old, young-old Trophies will be
"first" will be claimed for against each other and the awarded to the winners of
the East Coast Nautical young will match skills. each individual age groupas
Mile by NAS Jax when this The competition will be well as those finishing
event is over. grouped as follows: 29 second.
A little about a nautical years or younger; 30-39 The Mile Relay, which is
mile: years of age and, last but 4 an open event, is
Definition: "any of not least, the "young at scheduled to start at 2:30:
various units of distance heart group", 40 and over. The relay team will

......................................--.....---..-..., ,., ,.. p.m be made of four
:''''''-:" ., ,. ,',. up men
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; .0":'.'"' ,' '.,"' ..":'...... /'. 1ti';fi... .. .,,I '.'. from the same unit. Each
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l r I. "Run It Off" will run, stagger. Jog or
: roll, at least 440-yards. '

HONDAOF : HTo, participate in.Njle!} "
; Venetia
:, ::; Drugs ;f meet you mustbe on'jTac. 1'
1- ili tiveduty, active reservists,

:.:.:.:. ,HONDA JAXWELCOME ,,:.'.::: YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD 5501 ROOSEVELT BLVD. or be a, member 'of :an
PHARMACIST PHONE 384-4452 ROTC'progf m.,

II .f....::S'S'.g.. ::.:'. ..'IG...'::ti.. y'W.. 11: So, here it is gang, your
;:=:=f.; 6425 NORWOOD'AVE''' PHONE 7'4.2419 ::=:=:r chance to relive those good'

fUff f f f ff f ff ff fff fff ffUf f f f ffffff f ff f fff f *l l f f 3 im-m ; rfffb :/ Gil.iIIS; ol'division days.winning Remember time each will

v establish a East Coast
Nautical Mile Record. '
VA-451 .o ft fJlttfl t Entry blanks should be

HOME,. week.distributed within the.

CANDYI! PERFUME! COSMETICSI!
? k and many more Ideal gifts for Mom. .-----------
PHONE 388-8535
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ARE YOU THINKING OF BUYING A FOR A SWEETER WAY TO SAY I I

NEW MOBILE HOME? HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY
TOTHOSE "FAVORITE GIRLS"* ((3 1

IF SO COME TO WHERE THE ...visit us soon! Mather's Day is May 13th! .1 J I \
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JAX. n .AIR..., NEWS: ._LATWINGER: PAGE 17 H


Gary Bently Rolls 663 r. ,Golfers Stop ;F A W-ll Edges VP-49, 7:6: I


For SAR 8th PlaceJax JU 13-11
Jax-FA W-ll edged-by VP-49, Achenbach who had three hits
Jax The local varsity golf 7-6, here, Monday, giving the each,lost when the Wing's Jessie"
Gary 'L. Bently of VP-24 team,led by Harry Hooker with a "Woodpeckers" their third loss'' Balboa led off the bottom of the
finished 8th in the round of 2-over-per, outplayedthe of the season in the station's seventh with a triple and scoredon
Atlantic
Southeastern Regional Navy Bowling Tour- collegians from Jacksonville Intramural Fast Pitch Softball Denny Bourgeouis infield hit.

nament held in Norfolk. The Tournament ended April 26. University, here Tuesday, April League. Mike Horn was credited with

During the Norfolk event 24, 1311. Hooker's round of 74 The "Woodpeckers",led by thehitting the win while Mac Mahan was
,
Bently had a high game of 245, marked him as Low Medalists for of Charley Gray and Dale .ed with the I loss.
with a 663 series. For the 24 the match.. Ed Fox shot a 76 to
lead JU.
games bowled he averaged 192.
To reach the Regionals, Bently In other play, last Friday the
placed 6th in the District 6 Navy Jax golfers took on the Air
Tournament at NAS Memphis. Force from Mac Dill and Patrick, .
j For the Memphis roll-off he and came out on top with a low
averaged 189 for 18 games. score of 469. Hooker once againwas
Here at NAS Jax he took first low for the Jacksonville
place in qualifying for the local Navy with 74. Patrick finished
team tournament. For those 18 second in this tri-match with
games he averaged 189 with a MacDill being in the bottom spot
( high set of 644. with 488.

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By Phil Falcone


Jax--Our mens' Association either drop a ball within two club 4diJ'
"Scramble", held last Sunday lengths of the point where the ball
MARINES WIN ALL-Capt. W. Carrier Jr'C:0.: of NATTC presents
Bently
turned out to be a big success. lies, but not nearer the hole, or LCol. D. Teichmann,MATSG's CO.,a plaque for winning the over-all
t Thirty-nine men participated. (c)any distance behind that point sports compeitition.: The competition included golf, volleyball, soft
IntramuralGolf Winning the event was the where the ball lay keeping that ball and tug-o-war. Looking on are 1st Sgt. J. Mueller and Cdr. C.W.
team of Hallack, Goldbert, Craig point between you and the hole. (
and Corbett. The "Scramble"was In the last two choices, if the ball
followed by a cook-out on the lay in a bunker you must drop a Dalton.WEEKEND SPECIALSWe're
StandingsAMERICAN golf course patio.A ball in the bunker.

\ tip-of-the-old-glass is in order FUTURE EVENTA ( having a "Dug-Out"
for Bruce Horick for shooting an Mixed two ball tournamentwill
LEAGUE Eagle on Number 4 hole from 100 be held on May 5 and 6 at the ON"RECYCLED CAR ''
W L yards out with a wedge. local course.
NARJAX- No.'l r.; 8 1 2 ((1968 VW SEDANS) $895 "
VW-4 7 Play on our course is now
2 Eye-Openers 1966 VW BUG $695
averaging 225 day (five
VP-24 7 2 per 1966 VW SQ. BK. $595
FICEUR '6' 3' foursomes per hour on a 10 hour 1971 MUST V.S,3spd,Air,Stereo p $2295 '
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NDRC 5 2 playable you must play it as it is. enjoyable for the well establishedas We really don't mind being...
MARTD 5 2 But if you decide it isn't playablea well as the beginners.The .
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HOSPITAL 4', 2 ball,adding one penalty stroke to Summer League is slated to start "
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POW Held At Cecil "
I : ', Appreciation Day ,

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Cecil Field was the scene of
POW Appreciation Day Servicesat
the station chapel grounds last
Friday. The services, a formal
'' V Y welcome home to the POWs,

--- UL included several,speakers, a fly-
over, and ended with refresh-
ments. '

RADM Lawrence Geis, COM-
FAIRJAX, welcomed home the

POWs and spoke of an eternal ..
tribute to be built in honor of our 4-.
MIA and KIA personnel. The
'1-/, ; 4 ? memorial, a park with fountain
t.4
4 and pavilion, is to be erected I ..1C
Returnees were introduced at services. behind the station chapel at a

later date. Captain D. F. Mow, COMLATWINGONE, speaking at services.


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-:0'_ ,6 l"A"'-- Appreciation Day .
Al ) .

.1:2 wt ,L O'V E Y .. It is indeed fitting that Cecil attack carrier community must permeated the thinking of some,
: ........ ...- ...- Field was chose as the' site for certainly be recognized as' the I imagine, in our navy. Certain
i. this tribute today. For it was the navy's most significant con influential persons argued that
2. G'eI squadrons based here that expended tributor toward the attainment of any action that would bring the
a considerable portion of an honorable settlement in war to "a close and bring our
the effort in support of our Seasia Vietnam. prison of war home and repder an
Operations A quick survey accounting of our missing In
yesterday indicated that all but The road to this settlement was action was warranted. Today, I
two of our fleet squadrons long and arduous. It was paved am sure, we can thank god that
The cake says it all. homeported here participated in with frustration, hearbreak and many actions that might have
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Tonkin. Although navymen conflict, uncertainty expressed not taken, but that a steady
8 everywhere can be proud of their by some men as to the course was steered which
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'f SOUTHERN ( :r L But a steady course it was anda
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J NATIONAL LEAGUEW L AMERICAN LEAGUE PACIFIC LEAGUE I With Glynco : J:


RAT PACK 36 24 HURRICANES 42 W 10 VP-4SNo.l 41 W 15 L

TOP FIVE 3524/ TRAILBLAZERS 39 13 SPLITMAKERS 39 17 Jax-The Navy Jax softball nine split four-game series with Glynco '
SIX PACK 35 25 LATE CHARGERS 31 21 AFEES 34 22 last Friday and Saturday in Glynco. : ,
COMMODORESFICEUR5 31 17 CHIEFS 30 22 FUBARS 29 26/ In the first game of a Friday double header, Jax took a pounding at
29 27 ADCOP Z1 25 BEAN BURNERS 29 23 the hands of Glynco, 11-1. Emris Hurst of Jax was the loser. In the .
FLAP JAXRADAR 2629/ UNCOLAS .27 25 WALL BANGERS 25 Z1 second part of the double header Tom Tenhagen pitched the Jax squad ''
17 26 30 CHAMECHES 23 29 NUBS 24 28 to a 7-3 victory. 1
GEM ,26 30 POP TOPS 22 30 GUTTER RATS 24 28 Saturday's action saw our local squad taking the first part of the
BUSCH LEAGUERS 2423/ EAGLES No.1 21 31 CHERRY PICKERS 22y 29 double header, 8-6. Hurst got the win. Navy Glynco tallied in the
NAMTD 24 24 COMM STORE 21 31 BATMEN 19 33 second game, 9-5.
WIPE OUT 22V4 29V4 ADPERS 16 36 MARTD 17 3S Ed McBride (Jax catcher) and Cliff Murray (1st Base) slamed stil
WOMEN'S LIB 20 32 BEES 13 39 WOXOFS 16 36 fence for homers. Murray had two. .
PELICANS 12, 32 This Friday and Saturday,the varsity nine will be at McCoy to takeon
ATLANTIC LEAGUEW the Air Force in East Florida Military League Competition.
L usa Tal Day' ScheduledAt Representing the AIr Force will be the host team from McCoy and. .
40 teams from Mac Dill and Patrick. .
LIFERS 16 :
FIC CPO No.1 35 21 Jacksonville BeachJax
NARJAXNo.l 34 22
GOOD AND BAD 30 26
CAG20 30 26 The Annual USO Pal Day will be held at .

FIC COP No.2 29 27 Jacksonville Beach Saturday, May 19, with the USO SEE THE NEW F'

VP.16 CPO 29 27 Council of the Beaches hosting military personnel and ROLLING HILLS C-76 TODAY!
FASOTG 25 31 their
guests for a fun-filled day.Griffin's .
VP-45CPO 24 32 :.
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BUSCH-BUDS 23 33 Amusement Area will for the past 12 years and,is the
NARJAXNo.2 21 35 offer free rides from 1-3 p.m.: second largest of its kind in the
TRIPPERS 16 40. through the courtesy of Frank world (St. Augustine is numberone
Griffin; food, cold drinks and ).
CONTINENTAL LEAGUEW homemade goodies will be free at Last year thousands of service
L the Beaches USO Club, 603 N. 1st personnel and their families
LEPRECHAUNS 42 14 St.,from noon to 3 p.m.; and free enjoyed this free hospitality. All
PIN BUSTERS 41 15. pony rides will be available for members of the Armed Forces I
HELP 40 16 the children adjacent to the USO and their families are welcome.The 1 ? tn
HAWKS 3S 21 Club. serviceman's uniform is
MARINE BKS 31 25 This "Pal Day" for the Armed not necessary, but is encouraged.A .
CHASERS 2827 Forces has been held by the USO military ID card must be
HOSPITAL 26 30 Council of the Beaches annually presented.
EAGLES No.3 24 32

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: .: 1: VP-5 Tops Lakers, 100-80 Softball. '::
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T Jax-The "Mad Foxes"of VP5 Coming off their highly successful Standings [
defeated the "Lakers" of the season in Jax, the w
USS Simon Lake, 100-80, "Foxes" arrived in Rota for FAST PITCH
Tuesday,April 17,ending a best 2 deployment in early March, too FOR WEEK. OF APRIL SLOWPITCII. :::
FAST PITCH
of 3 basketball tourney at the late to enter official tournament "A" Division .
Naval Station, Rota, Spain.It play there. But for their own W L MARTD,12 SUPPLY,9
took only two games for the satisfaction they challenged the HOSPITAL 6 0 FASOTG,20 VP45.7 AFEES16; NWSF.10NARJAX
"Foxes" to prove their newly-crowned base champs VW-4 3 2 MATSG,12 MARINE BKS, 5 COMM,17 ,5
superiority on the court to the from the sub-tender. VP-16 3 3 HOSPITAL VP16,1VW4,3 GSE,6 VP24"A",3WEAPONS
Spain-based sailors. SPECIALS 2 2 FAW11,7SPECIALS NDRC,7 ,6

The first of the two victories The .easy double wins are at- FAW-11 .. .. 2 2 ,20 AIMD,15 FICEUR,15 MATSG,14
FASOTG
came Monday,April 16,when the tributed to natural talent and the FICEUR : 2l 3 ,6 FICEIJR,4NARJAX r
"Foxes"edged-by the "Lakers", strength of their players on the MATSG 2/ 2HOSPITAL, 1 ,0MARINERS.
97-88. bench. FAW-11,14 .4"B"
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VP-24"B" 0 1 679th 1 1
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