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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 1971
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 28 NO. 41 U. S. NAVALAIR STATION, ,
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA JANUARY 14, 1971 ,,1
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: Minority Affairs Progress _


By J03 Christy Lorentzen

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;... Jax-"Changing rules and regulations can't make people love each other, but

/I' by attempting" to fulfill the needs of its minority members, the Navy is showing ,

progress, commented CPO Clarence Scott last week upon being named the
; station's new special assistant for \
minority affairs.
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Chief scott, 37,a Negro with 20-( Jax-Radm. Lawrence Mtyworth COMFAIRJAX, and Sally
years of Navy service behind The Chief said he feels that any field of housing. Although federal Clemens admire the Bronze Star medal awarded to Cdr. Eugene
him, will have the job of poor racial attitudes at the law prohibits housing Clemens, VA Training Officer on the admiral's staff. Cdr. Clemens
; providing the commanding of- station originate in the city and discrimination, it is a fact that earned the award while CO of V A-82 aboard the USS Coral Sea with the
ficer with the suggestions and are carried aboard by many Negro service families who U.S. Seventh Fleet,from December W9 to QcK btrU92k_ _

" grievances brought to him from sailors who experience the Impact are in the market for a new home RY
the air station's minority groups. of prejudice in the com- often encounter difficulties, the JrresidentAnother
II .' "Anyone who has a complaintor munity.But chief pointed out during an in- Appres
feels that he Is being the problem extends fur- terview with Jax Air News.
discriminated against should (ther than the gates of the stationor
bring his problem to my attention Jacksonville, according to Chief Scott recommends that
/' commented the Chief Chief Scott He thinks one of the minority personnel take ad- Pay Raise
Commissaryman as he 'settled major drawbacks in the Navy's vantage of services offered by thestation's .
into his new position. equality campaign lies in the Housing Referral Office
(Bldg. 13)) which carries only Jax-You can look for a bigger moves the power for granting
those listings that are submittedby pay check at the end of the monthas goverment pay hikes from the
homeowners who practice the a result of President Nixon's Congress to the White House.
policy of equal opportunity.The signature on a pair of executive The new pay scales are
continued plight of Navy orders that grant a pay hike to retroactive to Jan. 1 for military
I : minority groups came into focus the nation's men and women in personnel and Jan. 10 for the first
I recently through Interviews and uniform and white collar civil pay period for civilians.
II I investigations conducted by the service employees.The The Navy Finance Office an-
II I Chief of Naval Operations and President signed the nounced Monday that the increase -
I other Navy officials. executive order one week into the in pay will show up in
I new year at the Western White paychecks on Jan.29 for military
I In a move to solve the problem, House in San Clemente, Calif. personnel. A spokesman at the
I Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt ordered One of the executive orders civilian
.iIi r pay office said that the
1 Immediate steps be taking to halt granted a 5.96 average pay boostto 'official word'on the pay hike had
1 .' hit "'I all forms of discrimination and 1.3 million civilian workers, not been received as of Tuesdayand
ensure that the needs of the and the other gives military basic would not predict when the
Navy's minorities are met. pay an increase of 7.9 percent.At increase would fcbe included in
4 I Many of the policies ordered by the same time he also signeda station civilian paychecks.The .
4 Adm. Zumwalt Z-Gram 66 are bill that empowers the Navy Finance Office an-
already in effect at NAS Jar, President 'to adjust federal pay nounced last week that it ex-
according to Chief Scott. Black scales annually so they will pected to distribute W-2 forms to
grooming aids and cosmetics are compare with wages offered by military local personnel in
stocked In the exchanges, and the private industry. The new law tomorrow's payday.
beauty and barber shops feature
hair trained to
stylists specializeIn
Negro hair care. Additionally, New Seabee Unit
the commissary store stocks
foods which are frequently
requested by minority members.It .
is also prepared to order other To Organize HereJaxA
foods whenever the demand Is

great enough according to a

commissary spokesman.In 45-man unit of the Navy's famed Seabees will

issuing Z-66, Adm. Zumwalt be established during 2 p.m. ceremonies here tomorrowin
'CITED-Lt. Charles Bruce is congradulated by Capt. John Kincaid, said, 'We must open up new front of
NAS commanding officer upon receiving the Bronze Star for servicein avenues of communication not Bldg. 1.
Vietnam last year.Public only with our black personnel, but To be called Naval' Construction cept, individual skills of Seabees
also with all minority groups in Battalion Unit 410 (CBU-410)), the were often not utilized at
Works' Lt. Bruce the Navy so that we may learn unit is being organized as part of stateside installations becausethe
what and where the areas of a Navy-wide move to develop men were not assigned to
friction are.' skilled military craftsmen who commands where they could put

Wins Bronze Star Medal Chief Scott expressed hope that can rapidly augment Naval their skills to use.
minority members will aid him in Mobile Construction Battalions The new concept will also give
supporting the Navy's goal'of when necessary to support the Navy a chance to use Seabee
Jax-Navy Lt. Charles J. Bruce, Shops Engineer for equal minority rights by freely contingency operations.Units personnel to complete a repair
the Public Works Department, has received the Bronze discussing their ideas, and throughout the countrywill backlog at Installations
complaints:with him. also give career Seabees the throughout the country. i
Star Medal with Combat 'V' for his meritorious servicein
Ills office is located in Galley opportunity to fill assignments In CBU-410 will be in addition to .
Vietam.Lt. One across the street from the the United States for at least the air station's normal public

Bruce served with Although his unit was Main Exchange, and he may be every two years for each four works civilian organization, and
Mobile Construction Battalion 62 under imminent threat of enemy contacted during normal working years of battalion level duty, Seabees will not replace civilian
in Vietnam from May to attack, their work on the base hours Monday through Friday at Including overseas deployments.Prior employees. Competition with the
Ext. 3302. to the Seabee unit con- civil service work force or
November His citation at
1970. proceded an astounding rate,
concerns his part in the battalion's and they were aole to completethe civilian contractors is not
project to turn over U.S. entire base on schedule.Lt. Hospital Changes Filing System Navy.comtemplated,according to the
Navy assets to Vietnamese Navy
Bruce was cited for his Only construction which is ;
control. Jax-The Naval Hospital here is filing and transferring outpatient
workmanship of high quality and necessary to support the training
According to his citation he was the
records.To .
converting outpatient treatment
his thorough planning of the mission of the Sabees will be .
in of Seabee detail
charge a treatment records of all
entire project.Lt. carried out by the new unit.
assigned to construct a river dependents and retirees to a accomplish this conversion, The
officer in of the
patrol boat base for the Vietnamese Bruce was assigned here filing system based on the social it is necessary for the Hospitall to unit charge new
will
be Lt. (j.g. ) David L.
j Navy. His letter accompanying last month. A native of Mobile, security number (SSN) of the know the sponsor's social .
I the award stated Ala. and a graduate of Auburn sponsor. security number. It is therefore Baumgartner.Among the dignitaries invitedto
i that, although faced with ex- University, he was a civilian The sytem is being adopted by requested that dependents and attend the establishment
tremes of tropical weather and employee with the Army Corps of all military services by directionof retired members be prepared to Friday
I unavailable supplies, he Engineers in Mobile for nearlytwo the Bureau of Medicine and furnish this information on their Congressman ceremony Charles are E.
I nonetheless accepted the years before he joined the and is the
Surgery,' expected to next visit to hospital for Bennett and Jacksonville Mayor
") ., hallenge. Navy in June 1966. efficient
; ,- provide a more means of treatment. Hans Tanzler.I .
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I r Unpublished by the Holt Publishing Company private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to

be considered an official expression of any military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not

constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.JJPR .



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SQUARE DANCERS A versatile group, the Navy Show Band's young and old.This group demonstrates one of the comedy skits they Junior Church (nursery-grade

performance here Jan. 29, 30 and 31 will contain dance scenes for theWomen's will do during the performance. 6)) 10:30: A.M.; Divine Worship
Service10:30: A.M. 4 Bldg. 750;

Lib Junior Youth Fellowship 1:30:
P.M. Bldg. 722; Senior Youth

Womens liberation is a subject suitable for both soapboxes and salons Fellowship1:30: P.M. -Bldg. 722.

(and even saloons) these days. ejH&/VQ 1

How does the movement apply to today's military woman? Tuesday

Hopefully, more and morecareers and opportunities are being openedto
more and more female members of the ArmyNavy, Air Force and Christian Science Service 7

Marine Corps-As for responsibility, the Army recently established new The two air station dining halls serve the same menu but observe different P.M.
precedents by promoting two lady colonels to rank of brigadier meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows:
general; both promotions were richly deserved. Quite probably, in the breakfast 6 a.m. to 7.30: a.m.; dinner-11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4p.m. t to$ Tuesday
follow 5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m.;
not too distant future, other services will suit.
dinner. 11 a.m. to 12:30: p.m.; supper 5 p.m. to 6:15: p.m. Galley 3 opens i Its
However, there are some military jobs that will probably remain sandwich line In wings 5 and 6 at dinner only Both dinning halls serve the samehours Senior Choir Rehearsal. 7 P.M.
'men's work' for many years to come. This is not to say that a lady on week-ends and holidays: early breakfast 6:30: a.m. to 8:30: a.m.; Bldg. 750 '
would not gladly perform as a combat infantry (woman or a boat brunch 9:30: a.m. to 12:30 p.m. I and supper 4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m.
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25
swainess( ) if circumstancescaUed upon her to do so, but as a steadydaytoday
cents.dinner and brunch for 70 cents and supper for 55 cents. NATTC
occupation, most of the distaff are just not physically abler

..- ,r Friday,January 15 SANDWICH LINE-Chili Dogs Divine Worship11 A.M.. Bldg.
BREAKFAST-Hot Buttered Grits,
-V. ...rr SUPPER.-Beef Rice Soup, El I 500
Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Rancho Stew or Baked Hanburger &
Order, French Toast, Choice of Buttered Egg Noodles,
Bologna, Fish Fillet, Hash Brown Buttered Mixed Vegetables, HarvardBeets
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1L 1/ .), Potatoes, Blueberry Muffins. Peach Pie. Designate
J ..DINNER-Mulllgatawny Soup,
Boiled Spaghetti, Italian Meat Sauce, TuesdayJanuary 19
-... Pizza Pie, Garlic Toasted Bread, BREAKFASTHot OatmeaJ, Insurance
Buttered Asparagus F. e Mixed Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to
.. Vegetables, Blackberry SAND. Order, Griddle Cakes, Grilled Bacon
... WICH LINE-Flsh Portion Sandwich Slices, Minced Beef, Lyonnalse Survivors
Potatoes, Iced Lady Fingers.DINNERVegetable .
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Platter of Fish Portions Scallops & Veal Loaf or Chill Con Carne, Cream Jax-Do you have an up-to-date
.. .. .7' .. s Breaded Shrimp, Scalloped Macaroni Onion Gravy, Steamed Rice, French, record indicating beneficiaries of
with Cheese, Tomato & Bacon, Roast Fried Potatoes Boiled Pinto Beans, Federal Group
do so.Indeed.ln' some military jobs, some of the men have a hard Veal Loaf, Buttered Mixed Buttered Green Peas, Iced Paisln Nut your Employees
time keeping up with the physical rigors involved. Vegetables, Strawberry Jello with Brownies. Life Insurance, lump-sum
The outlook towards military women has radically about faced Whipped Topping. retirement benefits and unpaid

during the three decades since World War II. Where once they were Saturday,January 16 burgers.SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Han salary in the event of death?!

the butt of countless barracks jokes and sometimes the object of scorn, SUPPER-Knickerbocker If not, see the Civilian Per-
Soup,
they are now accepted- even welcomed.. into many career fields once BREAKFASTOatmeal, Hard Baked Virginia Ham, Pineapple l sonnel Officer about having the

barred to them, in which they perform on a par with, or even better French Boiled Eggs Toast,, Fried Griddle Eggs Cakes to, Order Choiceof Sauce, Mashed Sweet Potatoes necessary changes made. Narf
than their male Scalloped Potatoes, Southern Style employees completes
counterparts.For Bacon, Luncheon Meat or Minute Greens Buttered may
the most part, the military woman nowadays receives the Steaks, Cottage Fried Potatoes, Chocolate Cream Pie.Broccoli designation forms in the Civilian
traditional respect rendered womankind by civilized men for Assorted Danish Pastry.BRUNCHFrled Personnel Office, Bldg. 101W,
Eggs to Order,
WednesayJanuary20
generations. Such respect has been a long time coming, and none too Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham & between 12 a.m. and 3 p.m. Other

soon. The military woman has proved, by her steadfast example, that Cheese? French, Fried Potatoes, BREAKFAST-Hot employees may complete these
she is an equal member of the military team, and,as such, is due equal Potato Chips Baked Beans, Fruit Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Wheat Eggs Cereal to forms in Bldg. 907 between 1 p.m.,
opportunity for promotion, recognition and financial:regard with her Filled Pie. Coffee Cake, Banana Cream Order, French Toast, Grilled Pork and 4 p.m.

brothers-in-arms. SUPPER-Breaded Veal Cutlets, Sausage Potatoes,, Minced. Beef Hash Brown By law, survivors who benefit
Tomato Gravy, Oven Brown Potatoes, DINNER-Beef iced Braids. from insurance payments are as
Steamed Rice, Spiced Beets, Spanish Noodle Soup, follows:
Steak, Pan
Green Peas & Celery Spice Cake Potatoes Gravy, Mashed
with Caramel Icing. Cream, Baked Potato with Sour ((1)) To the designated beneficiaryor
French Fried Cauliflower,. beneficiaries (2)) Ifthereis no
JTAX AIR NEWS Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Iced ;
SundayJanuary17BREAKFAST.Hot Marble Cake.SANDWICH. designated beneficiary, to the
Grits, Chilled
Orange Juice, Hard Boiled Eggs, Frankfurters LINE..Simmer ed widow or widower; ((3)) To the
Fried Eggs to Order, French Toast, SUPPER..Cream with Sauerkraut child or children in equal shares,
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Griddle Cakes, Chplce of Bacon Hamor Fried Liver 1 Onions of, Beef Potato Sukiyaki Soup with the share of any :deceased
Pork
,
distributed each Thursday at the U S. Naval Air Station Potatoes Iced Sausage Horse Shoe Hash Rolls.Brown or Onion Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, child distributed among the

Jacksonville, Florida by the Ho. Publishing Company a BRUNCH-FrledEggs to Order, Fried Pineapple Rice, Seasoned Lima Beans, descendents of that child; ((4)) To
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Breakfast Meat or Western Sandwich Upside Down Cake. the parents in equal

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs! Office Box 2, NAS French Fried Potatoes Potato Chips, BREAKFASTHot ThursdaYJanuary shares or the entire amount to the
Baked Beans, iced Double Snails, Grits, Chilled,
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon onMonday before publication. News Yellow Pound Cake.SUPPERPan Grapefruit Juice, Hard Boiled Eggs, surviving parent; ((5)) To the
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Roast of Pork Brown Grilled Fried Eggs to Order Griddle Cakes, executor or administrator of the
3119. Gravy & Mushrooms, Baked Potatoes Bacon SI: es, Creamed of kin
Chipped Beef, Home estate and (6)) To the next
with Sour Fried
Cream, Buttered Broccoli & Potato,
Iced of
Applesauce, Scalloped Tomatoes, Braids. as determined under the laws
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Sugar Cookies. DINNER-Chicken Rice Soup, Savory, State in which the insured was a
Salmon
concerning such should be directed to: Monday,January 11 Potatoes Loaf, Chicken Gravy,.Mashed resident.
BREAKFAST-Hot Hominy Grits, Hot Spiced Beets, Peas &.
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Celery TOPPing.Orange Jello with Whipped .

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Order Creamed French Ground Toast Beef,, Ham Hash Slices Brown, burgers SANDWICH LINE-Grilled, Ham- '

Telephone 388 2755 Potatoes. Glazed Long Johns. SU PPE R.. e.1.\
DINNER-Onion Soup, Oven Roastof Meat Minestrone Soup italian
Sauce,
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I Station ,Barbers Receive I J e1DS Briefs I


Afro Hair DemonstrationJaxAfro I I

Wins Award Mrs. William Ramberg was
Narf
haircuts, their written a book on the subject selected to succeed Mrs. Marie
styling and care were the subjectof Quickel stated that Negro Jax-The Naval Air Rework Slocumb as club chairman, with
a demonstration at the Main sailors may grow their hair to a Facility here received an Dick Lipka as co-chairman.
Barber Shop January 7. maximum of three inches. Whenit Achievement Award Certificatefor Mrs. Joseph Mueller was ap-
Barber Hank Quickel gave gets to be that full, he suggeststhe its outstanding support of the pointed secretary, and Mrs.
pointers NAS barbers on the sailor buy a hat one or two .I 1970 Cost Reduction Program. Ralph Cocciolo will be the new
proper way to cut an Afro so thatit sizes larger than he would normally Twenty-three field activities of treasurer.
will conform to Navy stan wear to avoid crushing his the Naval Air Station command The next meeting is scheduled
dards. He learned the technique Afro. made outstanding contributons to for February 1 at the MATSG
himself from Willie Lee Morrow Quickel demonstrated the Afro the Program by achieving over Recreation Room. For further

who has been employed by two styling method, step-by-step, to 200 percent of their respective information call Becky Rambergat
other sevice branches as an Afro the gathering of barbers. First goals. NARF's award-winning 388- 672 or Lori Cocciolo at 171-
Coramtnder
demonstration specialist and has and most importantly, the hair NEW DIRECTOR-daughter ofa effort surpassed it's goal, with a
Robin L. Quigley,
must be lightly combed out with retired Air Force officer, will grand total of 274.1 percentThe 2828.CPO
an Afro tease comb. Then the be the next Director of the Navy Department FY 1970 Wives News
barber uses a shaving process to WAVES. She will be promotedto Cost Reduction Program closed
sculpture the hair to a full, round captain before taking over with an over all accomplishmentof
shape. To comply with Navy the new Job Jan. 4, 1971. 189 prcent of its goal. Jax-The CPO Wives held their
Photo)
regs, the sides may be trimmed (UJ.Ntry first meeting of the new year
BO that the hair is just off the Beware of Letters January 4 at the Chiefs' Club.
ears. Navy Offers ScholarshipsTo Jacksonville Police Officer

Quickel recommends the Afro Jax-Form letters requesting R.W. Powell was the guest
for those who want an attractive, Dental Students release and humane treatment of speaker at the meeting. He gavea

easy.toGre.or hair style that is WASHINGTON (AFPS) American prisoners in Vietnam briefing on home burglar
bothfashionableandversatileandacceptable The Navy will offer a full should not be signed unless they proofing and showed a film on the
by Navy grooming scholarship program to selected are written in English or, if in topic to the audience of CPO
standards. candidates who will enter dental Vietnamese, the signer has clear Wives. The lecture was followedby
school in the fall of 1971. knowledge of the translation. a question and answer peiod.
Applications will be accepted Vietnamese form letters have Saturday morning there will bea
1ZHANGE from students who hold lettersof been checked by authorities, anda Hat luncheon at
(0 QUA?>> acceptance to accredited Crazy 11:30 in
--- S 4COMMISSARY schools of dentistry, but have few have been found to contain the home of Mrs. Mary Kussy.
IT REALLY ISN'T DIP- not yet begun their training. insults and obscenities. Such The wives have scheduled their
FICULT-Hank Quickel Active duty naval personnel letters are detrimental to the next meeting for 8 p.m.February
demonstrates to the other NAS ffavu.fGfS who meet the requirement are release campaign, and thereforethe 1 at the Chief's Club. All CPO
barbers the proper and easy way also eligible for the program. Secretary of Defense urges wives are invited to attend.
MAIL
to cut an Afro. Quickel studied! 'DD The dental student scholarship all military personnel to sign only
the Afro haircut under Willie Lee PUCC\4A'! :+ s program is similar to the those letters which they un- Travel
medical and osteopathic scholar- UniformJax
derstand to be considerate and
Morrow, a specialist hired by the ship program implemented by
Army and Air Force. the Navy earlier respectful.
The Commander in .
Unit Briefing chief of Atlantic Fleet reminds

SaS Navy personnel that the service
en: i'et..erlas Blending Boulevard Jax-The Second Fleet is of- uniform is to be worn while
Cedar Hills Shopping Center fering two separate briefings on
House of Quality Foods Phone 771.9223 traveling on military aircraft.
the Soviet threat which are waivers
Although are
designed for distribution to as sometimes available> the
SATURDAY NIGHT IS many naval activities as Commander in-chief believes it

possible.The is best for active duty military to
first briefing is an un- be in the service dress uniform
classified non-technicql when traveling.
STEAK
N1GHT1"a presentation. The ,other is a If you wear the dress uniform

classified briefing. Officers; you will escape the risk of being
petty officers, and those from denied travel at MAC terminals.
/ LB. CLUB STEAK deploying units, normally preferthe
second briefing which
outlines Soviet Naval order of Shoot
LUNCH 11 AM til 2PM DINNER 4 PM til8 PM Turkey
battle and some tactics..

VVifcn ff purUnch onM itpetrtrfitenH Won thru Sat Units may order either briefing Jax--The Fleet Reserve
by calling Second Fleet Public
Association, Branch 126 has
Affairs Officeat either
244-2422or scheduled a Turkey shoot and a
244-2975 (Autovon prefix 690)),
chili supper on January 23 at 7673

for Admiration MC Wives Meet Blanding Blvd.
Open Money from this annual fund-

Jax-New officers to head out raising event will go toward the
the new year were elected at the Southeastern Regional Con-
Arms January 4 meeting of the Marine vention to be held in Jacksonvillein
I Kingsley I Wives Club. August.


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The Men .
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One of the most unpublicizedand fulland happyand ready to When these
go. men are not ___
"taken for grantecTunits at Maintenance men; "the only fighting fires they are making r-
Cecil Field are the men on the good firehouse is a clean numerous different inspections. I
.
.; fire department, who are. (ire house" and the men of the Annual base housing inspectionsare
, '.. civilians working for the Navy. Cecil Field Fire Departmenthave made, all recreational )
These men, their equipment, just that. Their station and facilities are inspected nightly, r
training and experience are the equipment are maintained to the nursery exchange and the
I Navy's "fire Insurance." But, meet the highest standards. older buildings are inspected
they are much more. They are Maintenance plays a very big wee tly. Safety for all people is
teachers, cooks, maintenancemen part in the lives of firemen. With first on the list of the firemen.
bookkeepers, stasticians, all the responsibility weighing on "Our biggest problem is get
and really a Jack-of-all trades. their equipment, it must be in top ting to the people and making
They teach crews, housewives, shape to be able to deliver and them realize that fire can strike rET i'1b
children and many more about keep delivering with no anyone or anything at anytime".
fire safety. They host kids when problems.The said Captain D. R. Cole, a
they tour the base. The children fireman with 35 years fire
are taught about fire safety and firemen's job doesn't end fighting experience. Captain Cole 4 t
are given safety tips. Firemanare there were a total 730 responses also stated that people think thata
always practicing methods of made by the firefighting units at fire in their home or property
fire safety and the quickest waysof Cecil Field. Fire doesn't strike at will never .happen to them,
extinguishing fires. convenient times either.Firemen 'Stressing fire safety is a never
Cooks well,every fireman is a must be ready 24 hours a day, ending job. Panic is another THE COOK- ptaln D. R. Cole, HAS Cecil Field Fire Department,
cook. From their "chowpot" (the during meals, cleaning, cooking, thing Capt.Cole stressed, 'When does the honors for the men on his shift.BOOKKEEPER.Fire .I
dues the firemen pay for food), sleeping and anything else people are confronted with a fire
they whip up some delicious they're doing. Fire has no they panic and Instead of doing
meals which keep the firemen timetable.TEACHERSVarious the right thing they usually do 4
just the opposite, thus resultingwith / :
a more serious fire." --l rl
When asked if he had it to do :
over again, would he have joinedthe
fire department, Capt. Cole
said "yes, I would". When asked ... .. ..... .. .
why, he said "like all jobs, the: l
fire department has it's faults,
but it has been good to me and my
family, and it's the kind of job
r that gets intq your blood. You get
to love the anticipation and the Sr.N.
unexpected and when you can
face these things and handle
them with precision you get a lot r x
of self-satisfaction out of the job. .waw
The fire department is my life."

Firemen receive no thanks for ',
the job they do and they considerIt r
part of their job. In their line of
work this Is no time for"thanks". 1'
types of fire extinguishers are used to show It would be nice though, to let k _
the different ways to put out fires. them know that they're not 4

always taken for granted.. Next
IANKAMERICARD*AMERICAN EXPRESS STANDARD time you see a member of the fire
OILMASTERCHARGE Crtdit Cards Honored. department say Hi!, he'll appreciate Inspector Neil R. Hanson sets the records
I
it. straight.

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Four FAETUNadymen :) I ", i ,"
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Jax-Four petty officers from I I 1 ,/. '.II\:;"1:\y I;II, I!//IIIII!;"h tl! 1"I IijI;; : >ul>II llill1"'Jru"UIIr.!" L.I''"' #:_' Ii',:''J','" k

the Fleet Airborne Electronics 1 ,; sM ... ,. ...d

Training Unit here reenlisted A PIRATES COVE CPO CLUB
Dec 21. Phil Cay and the Chantels will Be on hand tomorrow for top.
A check for $1,000 was r be at the Pirates Cove tonight. flight entetainment by Mark
presented to TD2 James M. I N dt Highlighting tomorrow's entertainment Castle. Appearing Saturday
Campbell immediately after he ti will be the Dark might will be Whatevers Fair
shipped over for six years The < Entry while Phil Cay and the while Jimmy Strickland
h hd hx
, check the first installment of
was Saturday. headlines
\ Chantels return on Sunday evening.
.} the $6,000 VRB which his Sunday it's the Third Generationand
reenlistment entitled him to.
it's Lorenzo
featured Monday OFFICERS CLUB
,w Also adding six years to their and his Soul Treatment. TuesdayIt's Tonight is Steak and Wine
careers AE1 Ol'n
Navy were
the Camelots and Wednesday Fountain night. Tomorrow
1 1M is
: tassavaw and TOI Bill'M' Petty.
< it's the Dark Entry. TGIF for Junior Officers with a
AK1 B, Brown
, Jimmy
was
Happy Hour is featured week Happy Hour from 4:30: to 6:30:
sworn in for four more years,
days from 5 to 8 p.m.along with p.m. and a Hard Rock band from
adding to his 15 of active
duty. years sports films and free snacks.ACEYDUCEYCLUB 8:30: to 12:30: a.m.



There will be an Advisory

Board meeting todiy at 1:30: p.m. '
drr'
r Grr '
Appearing tomorrow will be the tr:I r rt, rlrr \
r Moonlighters and Saturday hear
the sounds of the Western

Canyoneers. from the USS
Shanrila. Sunday it's Tommy 4C'
and .the seminoles. Wednesdaythere

will be a Happy Hour from Buy U.S.Savings BondsCOMBAT
4:30: to 6 p.m.JaxGySgt. ..

$$$$ With a check for $1,000 In hand for reenlisting, TD2 James -
Campbell Is congratulated by FICEUR's officer in charge, LCdr. : .- : :
1ooK K'Ag4 MtAY A1Rt A p'bI'tAN' John r1r
1'I4A, pvBT k SEKfaWMltl1 Landry.
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NEW & USED TV SETS MAKE ONL't'
\ NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES $JT110RIZWPVRCHA3FS
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS ,_!,4 a''Sf> .
AIR CONDITIONERS
IIrs.9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come In* Brows

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Hiiiiimimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimtiiiiiiii' '
AWARD GySgt. Jerry Hall receives the. Navy Commendation .
' IDEALLY LOCATED FOR medal from Lt. Col. L. E. Blanchard, MATSG commanding
<> CECIL FIELD, N.A.S. officer, in recognition of his service In Vietnam.
: Oak Hill CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,

CHURCHES' AND Local Marine Wins
SHOPPING AREAS
: Pure Service CenterOpen
u.fJ J J Ii!! [! I
Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.

for your convenience 6 a.m10 p.m. ., Turn South 2 Blocks Navy Combat Award.
Past Forrest High School. .,

rod service ,Iek .-.Ip & delivery I Jerry S. Hall, an with the First Marine Aircraft
COLONIALOREST AO 'A' School instructor, Wing in connection with combat
nechtiic 01 duty Anerfcai & foreigi Cars received the Navy Com acitivites in Vietnam from
mendation Medal with Combat August, 1969 August 23,1970.
'V Jan. 6 from Lt Col. L. .E. According to the citation,
PHONE eL
APARTMENTS
103rd & Jammes Road
Blanchard,,MATSG CO. The "GySgt. Hall performed his
771.9156 Jacksonville, Florida 5928 FIRESTONE ROAD medal was presented for duties In an exemplary and
.V 771-W meritorious service while serving highly professional manner.

Initially assigned as Non-
commissioned Officer in Charge
APPLICATIONS of the Ordnance Section with
B Marine Fighter-Attack Squadron
OARD 542, he worked tirelessly and with
I NOW ACCEPTING OF 'hiltINATIONlIad meticulous attention to detail to
ensure the expeditious ac-
R complishment of all assigned
CRED tasks and consistently providedhis

unit with outstanding support.
$ "Constantly concerned for foe
J V
COMMITTEE proficiency and combat
readiness of his section, he
Co diligently trained his men and
6 quickly molded them into an
effective ordnance team fully
capable of handling, arming and
loading all types of ordnance in
an expeditious manner, thereby
contributing significantly to the
accomplishment of his unit's
mission.
"Reassigned as assistant ord-
DEADLINE FOR nance chief with Marine All
APPLICATIONSJAN. Weather Attack Squadron 225, he

22nd! continued to distinguish himselfby
APPLY AT ANY the superior performance of
CREDIT his duties. As a result of his
UNION diligent and resourceful efforts,
OFFICE
the operational effectiveness of
his unit was greatly enhanced."

ROOSEVELT MALL PHONE 384-1391 NAS CECIL, Bldg. 24 JAX 41ZP'4'I'

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NAS JAX, Bldg.39 NATTC,. 8:303:000tM4.
Tel.387-5422 or Base Ext, 2431 Tel. 772-2448,Mon., & CYCLES CO.
Hours: Mon.-Fri.9:30-4:30: LOAM til
BLVD.
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SAME DAY COVERAGE Sun, Thurs HOURS 4pm; 1)),30pm Total Engine Performance
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HomeOffict! Bloomington,IllInois Tuesdays 4pm 17 45 am
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Jax Credit Union to Elect



Replacements for Vacancies



Jax-W. Mel Ross, president of Purcell, NARF; and Albert who Is interested In being con-
the Jax Navy Federal Credit Tanner, Data Processing, Cecil sidered for nomination (or who
Union, has announced the appointment Field. knows of other members in-
of a nominating "It is the opinion of the present terested) is urged to submit an
, committee to select nominees to Board of D irectors,"said Ross in application in writing to the
fill four vacancies on the Board of presenting the committee with nominating committee or credit 1
Directors and two vacancies on the charge of their duties, "that union office.
> the Credit Committee. the Board of Directors in par- Forms are available from the r
Elections will be held at the ticular and the Credit Committee office managers at these Jax
credit union's annual membership should be made up of a cross Credit Union offices: Bldg. 39, :i
, meeting scheduled for section of our membership. Jax; Bldg, 26, Cecil Field; and
Friday, February 26. Therefore, it is desirable that the the Roosevelt Mall Shopping
\ Gordon L. King of the NAS nominations for vacancies to be Center. Members of the
Supply Department will head the filled at the 1971 Annual Meeting nominating committee also have _
: nominating committee. Those include personnel representingthe copies of the application form to
named to serve on the committeewith officer, enlisted and civilian give to interested members. STEPS UP- Former Chief Aerographer Paul W. Bennett takes oath
King are LCdr. L. II. membership from both NAS Deadline for submitting applications upon his appointment to warrant officer from Capt. Hugh J. Tate,
Preston Jr., NATTC; William L. Jacksonville and NAS Cecil is January 22. Commanding officer of NARTU, Jax. Bennett,a Selected Air Reserveat
Field, and retired personnel." Nominees selected by the NARTU, will become division officer for aerographers attached to
Nominations will be received committee will have their names the command.The .
from the floor at the annual placed on the official ballot to be new warrant officer first enlisted in the Navy in 1958 and,as a
meeting. However, any member used at the annual meeting. civilianIs a meterologlcal technician with the Fleet Weather Facility

hert. -- ... ... ., .-. --.. -"... ..... .. .. ......

Sky Marshalls Replace ,. tt f

a t


.i Temporary Guards

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Jax-If you are getting out of being a Sky Marshal are that you .
the Navy soon it may benefit you are hired at grade GS-4, GS-5 or
I II I to know about the new Custom GS-7 depending on qualifications,
Mel Ross Security Officers (Sky Marshals) and there are opportunities for
program that the Department of advancement to GS-9 and
the Navy has started. possibly higher to a technical
Take Your Baby These Sky Marshals will position. Normal civil service
replace the temporary agentsnow benefits are avialable and ample
4iift.to riding as armed guards on opportunity for overtime pay is
passenger planes. The also provided. Respective
President has requested that a starting salaries are $5,853;
a SpecialistWE permanent force be ready within $6,548 and $8,098, with a cost of t.s
the next six months. living allowance in high cost
MAINTAIN IT All applicants must be at least areas such as New York and

WITH LOVING CARE 21 years old and be U. S. citizensin Newark.A ..- ., ,_. ,.. I
TOM lUSH Volkswagen excellent physical condition strict physical examinationby
with no serious police record and civilian physicians will be ENDS CAREER -Transferring to the Fleet Reserve after 20 yearsis
RetewJII 9&u&SSO eligible for an honorable conducted at the applicant's HMCS Walter R. Gorsage Jr.,who receives letter of appreciation I
Atlantic Blvd. discharge. expense followed by a for his service from Capt. C. W. Lewis Jr., Hospital commanding
Some facts and benefits of background investigation which

requires about 30 days for com- officer.Six
pletion. Accepted applicants are NATTC
Reup
Men
obligated to report for em-
...
ployment and complete a four-

W 4331 Standing Blvd. week training course. Jax-Six Navymen at the Naval been In the Navy since March 21,
-- To make arrangements for the Air Technical Training Center 1967, and served aboard the USS
/ 3644 Philips Hwy. civil service exam. here started out the new yearwith Franklin D. Roosevelt prior to
phychological test and oral in-
reenlistment ceremonies coming here last September.On .
EmersonSIA terview, contact the base signifying a combined total of 20
Redfobslerat Transition Site Officer or command years additional service. January 5 AK1 James A.
Transition Officer at Ext. AE1 Roland R. Reeves added Reed reenlisted for two years.
3272 two years to his Navy career Assigned to the NATTC Logistics-
Dec.22. He is presently a studentat Resources Department since
CMr
r NA9 rW July 1968 Reed has 18 of
the AE 'B'School and has been years
En c E 7 in the Navy for almost 13 years. Naval service behind him.

RAW A02 Thomas F. Harrel, a AO 'B' School Instructor AEC
RAW CLAMS Vl dot..75; dot.1.35 student at the AO 'B' School, Robert L. Michael added two
doz..BS; doz.1.4S shipped over for six years Dec.23 years Friday to a career which
r/i 1.7S in a ceremony conducted by presently totals 18 years and
0
(Broiled) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0 0 0 0 1.6S 0 If cop/. Capt. John E. Kennedy, NATTC seven months of service. Chief
STEAK 0
BASS 0 0 0 0 commanding officer. at
0 0 0 0 1.85 Harrel has Michael served with VA-37
DINNER 0 0 0 00
fRIED ClAM SCAllOPS o' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. .0 .0 1.65 Cecil Field just before reportingto
.
SAutEED BEER . . 1.6S NATTC last June.
\II 0 0
BOIlED 0
GROUPER-IBroll.d. doirila45.r ) 0 i del. 0 0,2,25 oMS 6SIVESSir ( In a double reenlistment

OYSTSTERS- dos,1,4S,1 dog 000. WANTIirw OUR ceremony January 5, AOCS
fRIED GOLDEN fRIED SHRIM. Fried Shrimp, oysters, Joseph D. Vickers and AE1 Lloyd
Cake 2.35 : ,, W. Smith both shipped over for
Fish Crab 1.95 Xi
MARINER'SBass, Fillet 0 0 V four years.PHILLIPS.
2.95
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DANISH 0
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CRAB CAlES 0 0 0 0 2.25
DEVILED 0 0
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5AUtEEO Bsi.Sirloin. 0 0 .I.** TO SERVICEMEN
MAtE'S StEAK . 0 0 .1-5
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StEAl ON A S CHICKEN . 0 0 .2.75aa
0 0 0 GARAGE
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Advisory Board Brings Enlisted '' Isrl'





Complaints To Command Attention ps aJ-


07"u JUL Cindy Freeman

I were Jax-Free among'barracks the future laundry station facilities, new housing units and a trailer park may also be ordered through the
developments discussed by Commanding Officer Gas Station. The gas pump
Capt. John R. Kincaid{ at the first meeting of the NAS Enlisted Advisory Board. problem is due to a personnel
Enlisted representativesfrom -- shortage,he stated, but promisedto k, M!

NAS commands meL January free laundry facilities in the investigate the matter for,
7 with the CO and his two ad. barracks.The MEDICAL COMPLAINTS possible future correction.
visors-BMCM Roy Pitts, senior The Board was told that anyone
enlisted advisor, and CSC CO announced a few having ,complaints concerning MORE AIR CONDITIONINGA r o
modifications to local uniform the service at the Naval Hospital
Clarence Scott, minorityrepresentaliveto policies. Waves now have the should direct their opinions to the request for air conditioningat
voice the option of wearing clear plastic Hospital CO by calling Ext. 2273 the Armory received immediate
common grievances of station rain coats in lieu of uniform for an Action-Line interview attention from the
enlistees and hear the latest coats, and male personnel are Another common grievance captain, and it was announced at l ....
word on local changes and authorized to wear flight jacketsand discussed at the meeting was the the meeting that an air con-
progress The board was foul weather jackets to and lack of automobile parts at the ditioning system is also being RETIRING AFTER 30
established last month to bridgethe from work as part of the Exchange Gas Station and the installed in the chapels at Galley YEARS, AMSC Emory L. Sutton,
information gap which the dungaree uniform. The captain fact that gas pumps close at 4 leading chief of the Air
captain felt existed between also mentioned that he will p.m. Capt. Kincaid informed the One.When the subject of beer Operations Maintenance
Department, escorts his wife
himself and the men and women conduct another review on the Board that
available
parts are at machines .
was brought for .
up
under I his command. through the line of side boys for
optional uniform period here. the automotive
hobby shop and discussion,Capt. Kincaid pointedout his last salute prior to trans
Immediate action was taken on that machines have been ferring to the retired list. Chief

some of the complaints, while ..... ordered for all group quarters Sutton, who served during World
others were promised favorable except the transient and Marine War II and the Korean War, had
consideration. Capt. Kincaid barracks.The been stationed here for several
outlined a series of proposed captain concluded the years. He was assigned with VP .
development projects that are meeting by reminding the Advisory 7 here until Its decommissioninglast
scheduled to start as soon as Board that"no problem is year.
funds are appropriated.NEW too small" for his attention.
Although he Is in favor of the
Bulletins Post
BARRACKS changes introduced by Adm.
Zumwalt and even tries to keep
--
Rehabilitation of the BOQ slightly ahead of the latest Z-
along with an all-new 100-man __I1 Gram, Capt Kincaid is confidentthat Job OpeningsJaxCivilian
bachelor officers quarters are there is no danger of"an age
among the items on the con- U. of permissiveness" which could
struction agenda for Fiscal Year destroy traditional Navy standards job vacancies are
1972. Also scheduled that year and spirit Much to the available for financial manager,
are a 672-man bachelor enlisted
contrary, he encourages GS-12 or 13, MPB 142-70; auditor,
quarters and 250 additional of. department heads to strive for a GS-7 or 9, MPB 1.71; and
ficer and enlisted housing Units. greater understanding of the
Included in the FY 72 plans is a needs of their people and stressesthe production controller (electronics
complete remodeling of two importance: of keeping all ) GS-7 MPB 2-71
barracks that will be designatedas handswellinformed of their rights
chiefs' quarters.It and privileges. These jobs are posted on area
is further expected that 35 i bulletin boards for employees
f trailer pads will be constructed in

i the coming year and that a new
, s
and better hobby shop will ,R fC tdmSMAN
replace the one currently in use.
ACHIEVEMENT AWARD-LCdr.
Courtney Ray, Weapons Officer,
Looking deeper into the future receives the Navy Achievement medal from NAS Commanding Of. ..
the captain said that a new 500-()( A F fJ CE
ficer, Capt. John Kincaid. LCdr. Ray was cited for his work on the
man BEQ will be added to the air staff of commander-in-chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet.UpToDate y'
station in FY '73.DISCOUNT.

STORE IDs Are ImportantJaxDue
Action is being taken to providea
bus stop for school children at -

the Main Gate, the Advisory to expired identification Application forms may be obtained privileges if the couple are living
Board was informed, and a cut- cards, many otherwise at the Security Office in apart due to marital difficulties.
rate department store is being eligible dependents cannot Building 9 at the Main Gate. The military sponsor is -
planned to provide young receive exchange, commissaryand To prevent delay when ap- responsible for picking up the
married couples with a routine out-patient health plying for an ID card for a college card and applying for a revised
reasonably priced selection of care services because they are student dependent, include the L s
clothing and appliances. The unable to establish their name of the college along with the one.Expired and-or invalid ID .
captain also made known the fact eligibility.It dates of entrance and graduationon cards may be confiscated by TV GIRL-Perkr. Barbara Kan.
that the station is due to acquire a is the responsibility of active the application.It hospital, exchange and com heard American.mea Forces seen Radio and
new commissary store soon witha duty personnel to ensure that should be noted that the missary personnel when used for and Television on Service
greater amount of customer each dependent holds a valid ID spouse of a military person is not beneficial identification pur grams.; Don't touch that dial pro-! I
parking space. card. In the event that a card is eligible for commissary poses. (AFRTS Photo)
Barracks residents may be lost or stolen, the circumstances
f pleased to learn that Capt. should be reported to the security
Kincaid is considering having the officer at the issuing office as
barracks windows unsealed and soon as possible.
intends to have the peeling wallsin New ID card applicationsshould
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Right now you're only minutes
the shower areas remedied by be filed when the card is away
coats of acrylic paint. He has within 45 days of expiration.
also submitted a request for coin- from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain.

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BOWLING rapidly in the process of passing scheduled to tee of on Wed-
National League: Sad Sam themWant another roll-off for nesday, 20 January. Entries for
DelVecchio's lost legion! of station supremacy Midget participation in this league are
bowlers returned to the wars Standing: still being sought.Intramural .
Thursday. 500 sets were rolled volleyball com
by Eschete((587),A. Blount((577), VA-174 No 1 36-IS'h mences on Tuesday, 19 January.
Alcoran ((569)), Tufts Rudnick BOQ 36.16 A few vacancies still exist. If you
(559)), Miller ((529)), Chiricello Admin 34.18 have a team you wish to enter,
(520)) and Rasomussen ((518)). High Dental 34.18 Call Mr. Mac at the station sym.
single game belonged to Blount Medical 32.20 The Wednesday Night Con
(220)). Alcoran (209), Rudnick NAMTD 31.21 tinental Bowling League is
(208)), and Eschete ((207) also Ops 30.22 seeking a few more teams to
tossed 200 games. VA-174 No 2 21-31 round out their schedule. The
BOQ appears to have shaken Weapons 17.35 league starts up again on Wed- 20 YEARS-Being piped over the side is AKC Leonard W. Mess of
their mid-season slump,and have Power Plant No 2 11.36 nesday 20 January. VA-174. Chief Mess has completed 20 years of service and transferredto
moved to within % game of AirFrames 12U-39U the Fleet Reserves.
pacesetting VA-174 No.1. Only Power Plant No 1 12.40 Navy UnveilsExperimental
six games separate the first place

team from the sixth place squad. The Muttering Midget deeply BEAUTIFUL and NEW..
Sad Sam gleefully points out that regrets the lack of publicity this DIRECTLY THE OCEAN
his keglers have not only caughtup week. lie promises not to Dental Van 'r"1 (
with the Midget's disappoint next week; in fact,
I' 'magnificent league, but are he might even write eloquently GREAT LAKES, 111., (AFPS) : MAfttQ
A mobile, 20-foot experimental
about some of the lesser bowlersin
dental-surgical van which can q
his league. provide dental care anywhere in T N N Presents Our...
Basketball will resume on the world, has been unveiled l
Monday, 18 January. Fourteen here by the Dental Research In.
ODDS INS
n teams will be split up into two stitute.
leagues,with a playoff scheduled The 2,400-pound van ((5,600 WINTER MILITARY SPECIAL
...the I IN place for conclusion of the round. pounds equipped) has two pa.
ACCESSORIESNORMANDY upon tient chairs and is staffed by a
Blue League golfers are team of two dentists and three ,.
MALL r----------" assistants. See Your Special Services Officer
Normandy Boulevard ,; PHONE 3e3.OJl3e r September 1 e February 1
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Vivian Brownlee,Owner
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32104WANTED 1 15 Gal. Per Roomor
1 1I
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; ... $ Triple or Quadruple
USED CAMERAS: AND : \ 15
Wigs.Jewelry.HatsScarves.Leather TohNiteS% occupancy
EQUIPMENT. WE PAY '.".//'I. \
Goods I 5821 San Juan at Niblick 7 <
$1 H Single or Double
TOP DOLLAR 388.8535 \ ... oIA per person
Phone 384.4406 ', JLU
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY .,'.'jll"" .'..; .M"*'H* HUH" M.M,'Mi::.M.1'.' ." .:,.: .,'.'::a'.,.1..t., ..'

Publisher : CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

I Call 388-2755 Movie Schedule
JAX AIR NEWS : : 1

NAS Jacksonville Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. -MJn Hi M rara Hi N M m ni m m IH in in !
LATWINGER Ads arriving too late for this deadline will he
published the following week unless the
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE Thursday,January 14
I publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or TufsdayJlnuaryl9
money order for the full cost of the ad must be NAS: 'HOUSE OF DARK NAS
: 'MACHO
received WITH the copy for the ad. SHADOWS' Color horror starring : CALLAHAN'Color
Joan Bennett and western starring David
4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 'GP' VG (90 mins.)Grayson Hall Jansen and Jean Seberg. 'R' G

Jacksonville Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) 50 HOSPITAL: 'COLOSSUS'Color ((99 mins.)

cents science fiction starring Wednesday,January 20

Eric Braeden and Susan Clark. NAS: 'BONNIE AND CLYDE'
-- 'GP' VG (100 mins.) Color comedy drama starring

WE BUY& SELL WILMAR APTS. Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway,

EMPLOYMENTPART Appliances! & used furniture. Also 2 Br., LR., Breakfast Nook Elec. Kit., Friday,January 15 and Estelle Parsons. 'GP' E ((111
repair any make of home appliances. Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off mins.)

Brook's Furnitureand street. Water, Garbage & Sewage NAS: 'THE OUT OF HOSPITAL : 'MACHO
Appliance
Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn (plus
TIME LABOR 725-2441 10061 Atlantic Blvd. tax) 3872541. Weekends 389.0744.2BR.TRAILER TOWNERS' Color comedy CALLAHAN'IOSPITAL
$1.65 per hour. Some nights. Hard starring Jack Lemmon and Sandy : 'BALLAD OF
work. Call 353-4641 after 6 p.m. Dennis. '
'G' E (98 mins.) CABLE HOGUE.

SERVICE WIVES Carpeted, A-C, Fenced Large lot, Hospital: 'HOUSE OF DARK The following tickets
are on
REAL ESTATEONLY Patio & Awning. Adults preferred, SHADOWS'
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS sale
at Special Services
$100 mo. 771-5932. 10 mins. to Cecil Bldg
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or
1022 Park Street, 3547888. Field. 704: .
Saturday,January 16 JOHNNY CASH- January 16- -.

WANTEDA MINUTES FROM NAS TRAILER NAS $3.50, $4.50, $5.50, $6.50 and $7.50.
woman who liked children to care Just across river via new bridge In New 2 BR., Fully Carpeted. Private : THE BRAIN' Color "1776'Wanuary 15 & 16$4.50,
for a church nursery Sunday mornings lovely Mandarin area. Modern, Lot. Near Cecil. 7712698. comedy starring David Niven $5.50 and $6.50.
and-or evenings. Call this spacious 3 BR., 2 B., Brick Rambler and Jean Paul Belmondo. 'G' VG
number mornings for Info 3894043. Cent. H & A-C; Equip. kit., Fenced ORANGE PARK ((100 mins.) FRED WARING- January 22.

rear yard. Exc. neighborhood. Some 2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dish. HOSPITAL: 'THE OUT OF $2.50, $3.50 and $4.50.
Temporary NO FEE Navy families already there. At washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth TOWNERS'
Typists Secys. $22,500. A Real Buy. Also building Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355.
Keypunch-Dictaphone Opers. sites from $3,000 up.
ALLOFFICE SKILLS L.Walter Benjamin, Inc Sunday January 17
START NOW Realtor 268-5506 FOR SALE OR RENT
We Pay Every Fridayat RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your NAS: 'WINNING' Color racing /lV
equity or let us rent your home. drama starring Paul Newman,
OLSTENTemporary CASHI REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for Joanne Woodward and Robert .
Services We buy equities map or sales and rental list. Call
Wagner 'GP' E
(123 mins.)
Louise T. Bailey
Powell Mills, USN Ret. 2642411.
603 Florida Nat'l Bank Bldg. or
HOSPITAL DEER SPRINGS ESTATES
Call 3581101PARTTIME 771-3605 Broker ORANGE PARK REALTY : 'THE BRAIN'Monday
MILITARY, FREE NOTARY
TELLERS ORANGE PARK ,January Keystone Heights

Positions now available at Barnett By Owner, 3 BR., 2 Ba., Brick Home,
Bank, NAS Jax Facility. Experienced CH&A, Corner Lot, Fenced Bk Yd. 6 ORANGE PARK NAS: 'THE BALLAD OF By AppointmentClyde
LotS min. to
2 BR., House Furn. Lrg.
tellers Interested In part-time work Pet. FHA Loan. 26.c.s296.'HIDDEN CABLE HOGUE' Color western
TAD Personnel
NAS. Will Rent to or
contact R.P. Kline at NAS Jax Office, Bach. 2646884. comedy starring Jason Robards W.Simpson L Ct.

Bldg. 39. and Stella Stevens. 'R' VG ((120 REALTOR 3568843

WATERS' mins.)

Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots HOSPITAL: 'WINNING'
MISCELLANEOUSMOTOR available. Excellent fishing, boating, TR TRANSPORTATION
,
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also "
permanent home area. High, wooded
'lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake WESTSIDE
CYCLE STORAGE Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 7253992.

Inside, Clean & Dry. $5.00 Mo. Call NO EQUITY VOLKSWAGEN INC.
Mrs. Varnadoe 246.1615, ,
Pick up payments on '67 Chevy II
Nova, :3 speed, Bal. 11 payments at
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS MOBILE $59.60 per mo. or $625 Cash. 7713385. SELLING USED CARS
Guitars Drums Repairs. Discount HOMES, ;..
Prices. Music Service. 233 6th Ave. '
No. Jax Beach. Across from A&P. 1965 VW SEDAN '

Open Sundays. R&H, Extra Clean, Only $740. 100 % GUARANTEE
2 BDRM TRAILER ASTRO MOTORS
RIDERS WANTED Fla. Rm., Shady lot near JU and 6566 Normandy Blvd.
3 Riders to share cost of lourney to J.B.C. Large lots and 5 acre tracts '
Illinois by car. on Feb. 5, 1971. 772- cleared Macclenny Fla. V/t Bdrm. '69 CUTLASS SUPREME 68 Caprice 20954Door
2548. CBP&CP 6Vi acres near Jax, Fla. 8
Space trailer park, all spaces rented. R&H, AC, PS, AT, Pwr. Windows, Hardtop. One Owner, only 20,000 miles. Loaded!
Cond., New Tires.
Exc. Good
Rubber
Marietta area. 10 Rm. Home 2 Barns,
MATCHING SILVER SHIPS
Cecil Ext. 8151. Nesset. 1650
Clock & Barometer with Chimes, 12 acres fenced & 78 acres Lake 67 Grand Prix
spokes & dsk-mt. German Import, Butler. Colonial home remodeled 46
Loaded! Gleaming Gold with white vinyl top.
acres, 70000.00 $25,000 dwn.
original S275. Only $150. Call 3873393.
W GMC PICK-UP 66 Pontiac 'Executive' 1050

Va ton. $390.ASTRO.MOTORS.
BEAUTIFUL WHITE 1969 MOBILE HOME .Only Factory air, Auto. trans., Power steering, and brakes, R&H,
AKC German Shepherds Eight Weeks 1-24x52. Large corner lot 122x134 ft. WWT.
Old, Shots, Wormed, $25 Own. $75 Chain link fenced. Equity paymentscan (566 Normandy Blvd.
Total. 264-8535. be assumed on both. 8415 CollinsRd. 68 Pontiac LeMans $2095

(off Shindler) or Ph. 7711760. '70 CHEVY MALIBU V-8, Factory air, PS, PB, Vinyl top, R&H, WWT.
HEAT A A-C 6 cyl. Loaded, S100. and take over 1795
We repair and service space heaters '61 MOBILE HOMEAll payments. of $87.95 per month. $2571. 69 VW Sedan

wall furn., heat pumps, Cent. furn., set up, 12' x 65' with tip out, LR, 772 8819 or Ext. 3138. Air Conditioned, R&H
Tylers Heat ft Air Conditioning Front Kit., 3 BR, B.Equlp. w-screens
388-51(1 & storm windows comp. furn., Inc. 195 BUICK ELECTRA225 69 VW Sedan M650
washer & many extras. 4 mi. east of Loadedl! Only $940.
.. Radio and Heater.
of NAS. 7721641.
Cecil, 10 ml. w ASTROMOTORS
KITTENS
3 FREE
((1)) 3 Mo., (2) Eight weeks. If Interested 6561 Normandy Blvd. 68 VW Sedan 1525Glitterbug

call Gtgl 771-6161), Ext. 45. ?Sharp

'if CHAMPION WS OLDS IP-IS 68 VW Sedan'
T.V. RENTALSG.E. 12'x60' 2 BR., 1 B., Set up In park on 1450
19 In. Port. Special monthly & 103rd St., Like new cond., No equity, 2-Door.ASTROMOTORS Loaded! Only $690. Radio and Heater.
weekly rates. Air Base Pawn Shop. Assume Loan,60 payments at $88. 771- Blvd.
(Just outside Main Gate NAS) 388- 4085. 6S66 Normandy 67 VW Sedan 1250
3481.
Radio and Heater.

AKC GERMAN SHEP. PUPS MOBILE( Mobile LIVING Home OFJACKSONVILLEAzalea Park) /4 mile CLIPPER'SILVERLINErCRAFT 64 VW Sedan Glitterbug 895
Ideal protection ft companionship.Shots north of NAS, lots and rentals. Near
Wormed. 7710463. schools and shopping center. Clean Radio and Heater
and reasonable rates, Manager on MERCRUISER 1995Automatic
69 VW Squareback
premises. Children and pets wlecome. STERNDRIVES
BEARADIOORTVANNOUNCER 6301 Roosevelt 3846264. Transmission, One Owner, 20,000 miles
MERCURY

Recorded message by leading an. LOTS OUTBOARDS 69 VW Squareback 2295 ,
nouncer tells how. Call any hour. LARGE TRAILER
you
355-2944. $20. month. 15 min. from Cecil. between Auto. trans., Air conditioned, R&H. .... '
Baldwin & Maclenny. 259 6681.JUSTISSTRAILERPARK EXPERT

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS REPAIR I' 69 VW Squareback $1895speed
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape SHOP
players. At dealers cost to liquidate FAcTORY : radio and heater.
7710409. 1 Qtr. Mile No.of NAS, clean modern
stock. Full warranty! Phone TRAINED
trailer and Apts. 3893007.RENTALS,
I
MECHANICS :: WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN

LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH j'

Wilford's Fish Camp 2649707.GEORGE'S 264.9835 INC.

INLET MARINESales ,

1925, Dogs and KENNELSEst. Cats Boarded. 1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 781-5511
Pick up & Delivery Available. & ServiceHwy
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing, J BR. HOUSE UNFURN.KIt. Fenced Yd. Open Daily 8 to 1:30.: Saturday 8 to 5.
,
Equip; Garage 17 Orange Park
Mastercharge ft BankAmerlcard Louise T. Bailey Sunday 1 to 6 PM
accepted Visitors welcome. 5085 Broker
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. 7713605



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Rehabilitation for Drug Addicts ,ikv: ::;t W :f-i'''::1.' ,', ,


Inaugurated by Dept. of DefenseWASHINGTON ),lV'",tr t;:' "">?",


Rehabilitation and amnesty programs for drug offenders
within the Armed Forces have been authorized by a new Defense Department 4k

directive which also directs the development of a program to identify drug users '"
and screen out drug addicts.

Department of Defense
Directive 1300.11 provides a new formation material to be rehabilitation will be attempted.The .
approach to disciplinary policy, provided on a regular basis, both Military Departments are
directing that consideration be for members stationed in the authorized by the directive to s
given to referring an abuser for United States and particularly establish amnesty programs on a r
medical evaluation before taking for those overseas. trial basis. Under the programs,
disciplinary action. Other provisions encourage the individuals shall be informed
Among other things, the new military departments to develop that:
directive updates the policy on programs and facilities to restore Medical assistance will be
marijuana; provides a policy for and rehabilitates members who made available;
LSD usage; expands the are drug users or drug addicts
Action under the Uniform Code
responsibilities of the Drug when such members desire and
to such of Justice for unauthorized use of ', '' e
Abuse Control Committee; and are willing undergo !fig .z z e ;
drugs may be suspended for a
restoration.
adds new definitions, such as
Rehabilitation will person who is sincere in seeking ,
programs :' ir
'Drug Experimenter'Drug (- :
User,' 'Drug Addict' and 'Casual not be used in lieu of appropriate help to eliminate his drug
Supplier.' disciplinary or administrative dependence, and who voluntarily
actions the states but comes forward before he is ap-
Effective immediately,the new new policy ,
be used in connectionwith prehended or detected as a drug
directive requires a broad drug they may
r abuse education program for or as an adjunct to, such abuser; p
military and civilian personneland actions.. A discharge under honorable r
their dependents; and extends When it is possible and appropriate conditions shall be considered if 4V 1SWIMMER'S
the program to the National to do so, the Military the degree or type of drug in- A
Guard and Reserve Forces. Departments may develop drug volvement precludes -- -
In addition, there are rehabilitation programs in rehabilitation and restoration to swim
ADVICE-Even if you don't know how to Bays
provisions to establish drug cooperation with suitable privateand full duty; andA lithesome Cheryl Frassa as she lounges in a Las Vegas pool, at
abuse orientation programs for government agencies The grant of amnesty shall least learn how to float long enough to be rescued. She doesn't appear -
all military personnel before potential for further useful stipulate the member's full to need any lifeguards.Photo
departure for overseas duty, as military service, the directive cooperation in his own courtesy Las Vegas News Bureau)
well as refresher drug abuse says, shall be the governing rehabilitation, in recognition of
training and supplemental in- factor in determining whetherUGHTnJ an individual's personal moral Two Local Navymen
responsibility for his actions and
their consequences, and In
evidence of his sincerity.The .
Honored By AwardsJaxThe
directive also states that
those who elect to enter the ..

amnesty program should receivea Navy Com- SHI Goodwin was assigned
thorough psychiatric mendation Medal with Combat'V here in October and will replace
THECA examination. Subsequent officers shouldbe action has been awarded to Sill Sill Bill Hodges as Acey Ducey
by commanding James D. Goodwin, who has been Club manager in March after
? guided by the provisions of the selected to be the new manager completing the four week Club
ON 5 QV new directive.It for the Acey Ducey Club here. Management School at Pat-
INFLATI further points out that lie was cited for meritorious uxent River. Md.
Defense Department policy is to service in Vietnam from May to LCdr. Courtney D. Ray, NAS
prevent and eliminate drug abuse September 1970 while assigned to Weapons Officer, has receivedthe
CAN HELPBALANCE within the Armed Forces and to Advisory Team 159 as an advisorto Navy Achievement Medal tor
WE
attempt to restore members so Coastal Flotilla Four at An his achievement as assistant for
THE involved to useful service. ThoL air-to-air ordnance on the staff of
The illegal or improper use of His citation read in parL.'He commander-in-chief, UJS.Pacific
v SCALE.. drugs by a member of the Armed accompanied his Vietnamese Fleet from July 1968 to June
Forces may have a seriously counterparts on numerous
damaging effect on his health and combat patrols..provided liaison 1970.LCdr.. Ray's job was to help
mind, may Jeopardise his safety with United States forces and provide up-to-date air-to-air
and the safety of his fellows, may assisted his counterparts with weaponry for use in Southeast
lead to criminal prosecution and communications, maintenance Asia and was responsible for .
to discharge under other than and repair of their boats.' allocating Pacific Fleet missile
t honorable conditions, and is Petty Officer Goodwin par: training assets.According .
altogether incompatable with ticipated in Operations Sea Float to his citation, he
military service or subsequent and Market Time, assisting and contributed to the readiness of
civilian pursuits, the directive advising on all phases of river Pacific Fleet fighter squadronsby
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Secretary Kelley Sees BlocksIn

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All-Volunteer Military Goal


WASHINGTON Eliminate Saturday inspections, the 'make work' activities,
and the long time spent standing in line if you want an all volunteer military

force.

Those ideas are part of the solution striving for an all volunteer force by 1'9 Y 6 // .e a.

July 1973, according to Roger T. Kelley, assistant secretary of defense for

manpower. and reserve affairs.

'The culmination of these little

irritants often adds up to people money is important, the impactof Kelley said. "C' .... _
leaving the service, whereas they better utilization of people may 'Such little things as com- .JQr "
that NEW TRADITION Mm M. Danltlstn, JI, takes. MM Mtfc tf
might find a useful career there, have considerably more to do partmenting barracks so
Kelley said in a briefing on with retaining people in the people at least have semi enlistment for three years as an Army officer frtm his fatter, Copt
Defense Department plans to service.'I privacy in their lives have been John Danieiitn! ,senior chaplain htrt.John enlisted January S and will
complete 11 months of basic training, including OCS at Fort Sill, Okla.
move toward the all volunteer am inclined to believe that is received very well by enlisted
Baal a highly important factor,' he personnel the manpower A graduate f the University of Tennessee with I degree Chemistry,
John hopes to be assigned with the Army Chemical Corps, a non -
He acknowledged that such said. 'I am convinced that some secretary said. 'A brigade
measures might seem 'a little of these non-monetary factors commander in Hawaii who set for combat branch.New .
nebulous said he could not have very much to do with our himself the goal of having an all-
overstate the importance of ability to get people. volunteer brigade, has been ableto Policy Will Permit
treating individuals with the The working environment of increase his retention rates
.c respect due them as individuals.The the services should be one that substantially above those of
secretary noted that while attracts and keep people, very the Army over all, simply by Service Obligation CutsService
attending to these little factors of
day-to-day better management,
cuts be the set forth in
better use of people, and better obligation may policy guidelines
given to officers and enlistedmen a recent SecNav message.
in-
recognition, of people as
JACKSON VI LIE'S dividual people. from the regular Navy and Policy governing transfer to
Marine Corps if they meet with the Fleet Reserve and the Fleet
NEWEST and FINEST CASSAtll Marine Corps Reserve is contained -
AVlNue in the Bureau of Naval
lOYUTA SALES AND SERVICE Naval Academy Offers Personnel Manual and the
Marine Separation Manual.
.11IJtII Favorable consideration will
Direct Selection Chances normally be given to a member
] to whose case is covered by at least
: one of the following; Flag and
Regular Navy and Marine backgroundandarecapable of general officers considered on a
frT Corps members desiring ap college work may apply for an basis of service needs and the
pointments to the U.S. Naval Academy appointment via their merits of the individual case;
Academy have an excellent commanding officers.Qualifications others with at least 30 years of
chance of being selected this year active service; those who have
according to the Chief of Naval for applicantsare twice failed selection for
*'l AoU ... ; upraj4MiA Operations.A contained in BUPERSNOTE promotion; those whose appointment -
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VV'TJ. ,; ; PERGAUON new policy which allows 1531 of Dec. 1, 1970. Recent is limited because of
Standard Navymen and Marines to apply requirement modifications state age, health or hardships; and
Equipment includes : Reclining Bucket Scats directly to the Naval Academyhas that applicants for the class personnel who have served in a
replaced the traditional convening in June 1971 must (1) higher pay grade than they are in
White wall tires Whee1covers Nylon carpets requirement that active duty be enlisted prior to July 1,1970; now '
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J JACK BUSH GeneralMgr.says. (NAPS). school graduates or equivalents.This stay In rate four years: 14XX,

"These Applicants who feel in- year's application 21XX, 25XX and 51XX. Captainsof
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promotions to a higher rank manding officer. Lt. (jg) David Also selected for promotionwas
CfSOS Cdr. Dennis B. Lee, assistant W. Johnson, a pilot, was also LCdr. Charles J. Collins of
operations officer, and Cdr. promoted that day. the Navy Finance Office and Lt.
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JAX AIR
NEWS-LATWINGER .PAfiF. .- 15WHERE'S .-/


I f].NAVY' Eagles Take Sixth Straight,


..
.. SPORTSIII Drop Medical Monday, 68-57


Jax-Rested from the three-week holiday break in intramural basketball, the

VP16 ogles beat Medical, 68 57, as intramural play resumed Monday night in
the American Leacue.:
-
The Eagles, sporting a perfect
6 0 slate after Monday's win, Shepard notched 10 apiece in the Bees and FICEUR tangling with
displaced fourth place Medical as winning effort. NATTC.
four players got into double High man for both squads was Last night NARTU played
figures on the scoring column. Randy James who dumped in 28 Communications, the Flap Jax
Jack Anderson paced the win in pacing Medical scoring. Dave took on Air Operations and
with 16 markers, while Frank Chinoy edged into the double MARTD and Marine Barracksmet
Price pumped for 12, and figure bracket with 10 for in a game between two Corps
teammates Al Posnlak and DougIQZ1 Medical. Behind James' court squads.
leadership, the Med Squad was This week's schedule concludes
down by two, 27 25 at In- tonight with Aircraft Main
termission.In tenance meeting the Hurricane
I I the other game Monday Hunters of VW 4 at 4:30: the
___ night Hospital jumped on 679th tipping off against VA-203 at
u THE BALL?-An errant pass had both squads m guessing MARTD 72.27 after building up a 6:00: and FICEUR opposing
where the ball was Monday night as VP-U and Medical tangled as the 1. Who lead the NHL in scoring first half 47 15 bulge. Leading unbeaten VP 5 in the final at
station's intramural basketball action resumed after the holiday in 1969-70 the second place Hospital squad 7:30.: ,
break. VP-14 went to win, 66 57. 2. Penalty shots are used in were Restor Bryan and Lynn A full schedule of intramural ...
what sports? Kelin who scored 18 and 21 basketball games is scheduled
3. Yankee Stadium was openedin respectively for next week in both leagues.
Golf Squad Meets JU FridayJaxThe what year? Dave Walker of the Hospital
4. Which state provides the squad suffered a broken wrist in
station's varsity golf squad resumes 1971 play here most League ball? players to the Major the game, but was reported in
tomorrow when it takes on Jacksonville University's linksters here. 5. What major league team, haa good condition Tuesday YOUR
The Dolphins,considered one of the top golf squads in the country, won more than 100 games a The National League
were recently extended an invitation to play in the St. Andrews In- season the most times? basketball loop was scheduled to fuAt
ternational Collegiate Team Championship at St. Andrews and Car- 6. What manager is now in his resume play,Tuesday night with YVtUCvV
noustie.. 17th season with the same ball A-C meeting the 679th Radar
1971 Jax Navy Golf Schedule club? Squadron, MATSG meeting the
7. Who holds the all-time rec-
Jacksonville ord for managing a ball club
Jan. 15. University
here for consecutive years?
Jan 29. Cecil Field Navy away 8. By late 1970 only one Na-
Jan.30 University of Florida here tional League team will be play
Feb.: 12 Jacksonville University away ing in a park built before 1960.
Feb.23 St. Johns River Jr. College Name the team?
Feb.26 Florida Junior away 9. Who lead NBA in rebounds

March 10-12 SE Military Invitational College away here 10.in 1969-70 What team? lead the AFL in
March 19 Cecil Field Navy' here rushing in 1969?
March 26 Lake City Junior College here ANSWERsalgD [ jim! ..
Aprils Glynco Navy away 41D! Inu1tX. 01 (
April 16 Florida Junior College here .l1a(3ollojala (
April 23 Mayport Navy here usg 'u 811 ulAI3! '6
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May 21 Glynco Navy here 'IJaJpoa> 'uoslV *ail 11tA'Iawn \ '9
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PAGE 16 JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER



How They're Expanded Role for Corpsmen



Standing I $9, A l Suggested by Medical Study

-
Washington A preliminary might be realized by the Defense for the late 1970's.
report on a defense study of Department If it adopts the The study was conducted by
military health care says it includes recommendations. Westinghouse Electric Corporation
American League a suggestion to reduce the Defense officials also said and Arthur D. Little,
VP.16 1000 need for physicians, dentists and recommendations for automationand Incorporated. The companies
Hospital tH) .800 nurses by using highly trained light care beds will be testedin analyzed selected military
MarBar 4.1 .750 corpsmen as doctor assistants.The existing hospitals. hospitals, outpatients clinics and
Medical 3.1 4-2 .&67 Ya study completed last year Other recommendations are to dispensaries to determine what'
Air .600 and scheduled to be made be included in long range plans procedures might lead to
Ops 3-2 the construction of a improvements in DoD
Admin .500 available this month, also for significant
NARTU 2-3 2-2 .400 suggests: prototype hospital for a 'new hospital design, staff assign-
MARro 1-4 .200 a Light care, self help beds. generation of military hospitals ments and operating costs.
.. Increased automation in
Comm 0-5 .
FlapJax 0-5 f, 1 laboratory departments. and. radiology Active Duty Only I

National Convenience food systems.The .
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VP-5 VW-4 3-0 H 1000 1000 y reduction in operating costsAlec Jax Championships .

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Volleyball x tenant command aboard the station, you're eligible to

NARTU fH) 1000 take a shot at the title along with other station golfers. f
FICEUR 8-1 ..869VA203 v Play! will be held on eight days beginning Jan. 27 and
4-3 .571 ending Feb. 28. "
MARTD 5-4 .556 Rules for the championships were outlined as follows: "
MATSG .556
VW-4 5-4 5-4 .556 Match play with no handicaps. Flights will include 16
VP-5 4-4 .500 golfers with players being placed in flights according to
Medical 4-5 .444 their handicap. All matches will be 18 holes.
FAETU 1-8 .111 r Lampec likes Entrance fee for the championships will be$1 per golfer
MarBar 0-9 with prizes going to the winner and runner up in each
Dottle Denzler. And whenhe '
r takes her for a drive Alec watches flight.
Glynco Drops _ Dottie more than he watches the traffic. Sign up for the affair will be conducted at the station
So you'd better be watching out for Alec! Pro Shop through Jan. 24.
Fliers TwiceJax Play will be on Jan. 27, Feb. 7-8, Feb. 14-15, Feb.21-22,
and Feb. 28. 1
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The varsity loop Fliers .,....
dropped a pair of games, 96 78 .
and 89 73 to Glynco Navy here .
over the weekend. WISE WORDS With all
The Fliers, unable to get backin the educational opportunities
the win column since their two available to American servicemen -
aopening games, will be out for there is just no excuse for Why do see
you
win number three tomorrow not advancing on to higher
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