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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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-" 1 Two Selected For


I ,rp AwardSOR1

: Monthly, '


Jax-Two Supply Department personnel have been

selected as the Civilian and Serviceman of the Month for

December in recognition of their performance of duties.

Anna N. DeGrace, requisition scheduling clerk at

w Supply, is the civilian of the month and CS1 Israel' R.
v Roman, petty officer-in-charge of the central butcher

shop, has been named top serviceman.In .

dr a letter of nomination, Mrs.
DeGrace's immediate super extensive project of cleaning,
visor, Earl Wentworth, stated, painting and improving living
'Mrs DeGrace's performance has conditions within the barracks
always been at the highest level,
'Roman is the But-
both in production and in quality. presently
cher at the NAS
She receives, edits, validates and Shop Supervisor
Galley, responsible for the
an of 500
? processes average
r and issuance of
'F w requisitions each day in a timely procurement
c over 1,500 pounds of meat daily to
manner and practically without
the NAS NATTC and Pinecastle
error in judgement or operation.'For .
Galleys.as well as to the Army

years she has volunteeredto
H take the 'relay' shift working
J- ,, week-ends and performing workof
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higher level employees. Additionally
NEW SEABEE UNIT Lt. (tigl| ) David L. Baumgarter, officer In charge of newly commissioned she consistently works '!
Construction Battalion Unit 410, receives the unit's new flag from Capt. John R. Kincaid, after hours on her own time to i "
NAS CO, during commissioning ceremonies Friday. Approximately 45 Public Works Department high priority requisitions q "y
process
Seabees were organized into a unit as part of a new concept in supporting the Navy Self Help construction received by the department late

programs. in the day.'

Wentworth also stated that ,
she ail of this l
accomplishes
AX NEWS
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r/I( .. friendly atmosphere for the
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t- : customer 'She is and
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f61 : 111111'F friendly person and goes out of
her way to brief customers on

i VOL. 28 NO. 42 U.S.NAVALAIRSTATIONJACKSONVILLEFLORIDA JANUARY 21, 1971, supply requisitioning procedure.To .
make the customer more
comfortable during times when

his requisition is being processed,
he is able to relax in a modest but
Advisors Meet
Exchange comfortable waiting room which
was fashioned through Mrs.
DeGrace's efforts.'
Mrs. DeGrace

Discuss Sales CSl Israel R. Roman was
W, ComplaintsJaxMore nominated for the Serviceman of National Guard and Army
the Month honor by Capt. R. C. Reserve.
variety in women's clothing,at the Navy Exchange and economy O'Loughlin, Supply OrncerCapl Roman's ability to maintain

size packages of certain items at the Commissary were among the topics, O'Loughlin stated, liaison and good working F
Cold
relations with the Storage.
discussed at the Exchange and Commissary Store Advisory Board meeting held 'As a key member of the Food Branch informing them of his

h ere J anuary. .1Q.. Service Division, Roman was needs in advance and obtainingtheir

The board consisted of officers, quality, and that unleaded gas is cording to a store representative. assigned to Barracks 583 as Petty aid on special requests and
enlisted men and dependents, already being considered. It's Between 50 and 75 new articles Officer in Charge for a period of his ability to maintain excellent
representing most of the ac- arrival at exchange stations is have been ordered and are expected five months. He was responsiblefor inter-service relations with the
tivities aboard this station. Their not expected in the near future. to reach the shelves in the the cleanliness of the Army make him an exceptionally
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purpose in gathering was to however. very near future. The new barracks and the health and valuable and outstanding
.. recommend and debate new Check cashing hours and the arrivals may cause temporary comfort of approximately 115 member of the Supply Depart
ways in which the exchange and fact that perhaps unauthorized slight confusion at the store men. ment.
commissary might better. serve persons are receiving Navy because a stock rearrangementwill 'Utilizing the three compartment In recognition of his selectionas
their customers. Exchange benefits were among be necessary to accomodatethem. cleaners attached to December serviceman, CSt
NAS Commanding Officer the complaints which the meeting the barracks, he undertook anPLANNING Roman was awarded a gift
Capt. John R. Kincaid visited the brought into view.The board was certificate to the Candlelight '
meeting and listened to a few of told that the hours cannot be Restaurant and an expensepaidtour
the board's comments. He expressed changed at present due to a of St. Augustine, compliments
the opinion that many shortage of personnel. As for of the USO.
improvements can be 'accomplished unauthorized patrons using the Others nominated for the

through meetings of exchange, it is the responsibilityof v+D Y 1 monthly award were AZAN
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this type. all hands to report such per- 1 Kathleen F. Powell of the Air
CLOTIIING SELECTIONS sons when observed. 'fir Operatims Maintenance Division
t tI
Exchange clothing drew Another subject of annoyance and DP2 Norman L. Mann of the
concerned remarks from several which the board brought up was ,4 .. dr Data Processing Department.
of the women at the meeting. that the Hobby Shop frequently
Prices, styles and quality were closes as much as 30 minutes
among the items discussed. An before scheduled closing time. A
exchange official announced that promise was made that investigations Adm. Duncan Sets

dresses and pantsuits may be will be conducted
expected to appear in the concerning this matter.COMMISSARY January 27 VisitJax
women's department in the near PRICES
future. It was suggested by one of When commissary practiceswere Adm. Charles K.
the ladies that the exchange discussed, the board ((1(1'( Duncan commander in
should ,also stock ankle-high mentioned that shoppers can chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet,
nylons to be worn'with the pant. often find greater discounts on will meet with area
suits. certain items when they purchase commanding officers at
Comments on the music their groceries ,ashore. It NAS Cecil Field Jan. 27.
department at the exchange was explained to the persons AFCM Al Johnson,
revealed that a greater selectionof present that some articles are l Atlantic Fleet senior
at the .. enlisted advisor. will travel
classical records and tapes more expensive commisSary lj t
would be appreciated in additionto because civilian stores \ on to Naval Station
the wide variety of con use them as 'lost leaders', Mayport. where he will
temporary music already in meaning they assign extra low meet with area senior
stock. prices to a few items in order to A CAMP Capt. W. W. Loy, NAS Jax XO., Gene Tylerof enlisted advisors.
LEAD-FREE GAS attract customers, and then raise the local Schlitz distributing company'; and Don McClure (frl), headof Senior enlisted advisorsare
The quality of exchange the prices on other goods. It is the City of Jacksonville's child services,discuss plans for a summer urged to attend the
gasoline was discussed, and the against Commissary Store camp to be held at NAS Jax this summer. The distributing company is meeting with Chief
idea of obtaining unleaded gas regulations to use 'lost leaders.' sponsoring the camp, NAS.Jax is providing the camp facilities, and Johnson at 3 p.m. at the
was suggested by the board. The Customers at the CommissaryStore the city is coordinating the selection of boys to attend. Last year, Mayport CPO Club on Jan.
panel was informed that the will j soon be enjoying a nearly 200 boys spent a week each at the air station in a similar 27.

present gas is of standard wider selection of items, ac. program.


'Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a 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.

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Chaplain's Message I

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Cdr. A. F. Jensen, CHC .

about in life whether The two air station dining hails serve the same menu, but observe different mWCatholic
Many changes come we want meal schedules. Dining Hall No.1, I\Idg. 4, serves week day meals as follows: Ol
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them to or not. Sometimes they come so fast that they breakfast 6 a.m. to 7JO: a.m.; dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to
to These inevitable 5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551 serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m.;
seem frightening us. changes are as 5 to 6:15: p.m. Dining Hall 3 opens
dinner .l1a.m. to 12:30: p.m; and supper p.m.
long as there is life, for life is meant for growth. It is, Its sandwich line In wings Send 6 during dinner hours on weekdays only. Dining
therefore accident cruel fate that find Hall t also provides sandwich line during the dinner hours weekdays only. Both.
no no we our- dining halls serve the same hours on week ends and holidays: early breakfast
selves changing physically, mentally, and spiritually 6:30: a.m. to 1:30: a.m.; brunch 9:30: a.m. to 12:30: p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to
with the of 5:30: p.m. NAVAL AIR STATION
passage years.It Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25
cents,dinner and brunch for 70 cents and supper for 55 cents.
is not uncommon to hear a proud parent wish that Saturday Mass -5 P.M. Sunday

his child would remain an infant all his life. But you can Friday,January 22 Mushroom SUPPER-Grllled Sauce, Baked Beef Potato Steak with, Mass-8 and 11 A.M. Daily Mass-

easily imagine the horror of that same fond parent if his BREAKFAST-Hot Buttered Grits, Sour CreamFrench Fried Potatoes, Monday 11 A.M. Tuesday

wish were granted. To see a son or daughter remainingan Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Creamed Peas & Carrots, Buttered through Friday 11:30: A.M.
Order, Griddle Cakes, Choice of Brussel Sprouts, Iced Layer Cake with Saturday Confessions 10:30: .
infant through the years instead of developing into Grilled Bologna, Fish Fillets. Hash Butter Cream Icing. 11:15: A.M.

youth and maturity would be a terrible punishment. So Doughnuts.Brown Potatoes Assorted Cake Monday, January 2S NATTC

growth is something we must learn to accept and live DINNER.Oyster Stew, Shrimp BREAKFAST-Hot Hominy Grits, Sunday, Mass-9:30: A.Mbldg. 500
Curry, Curry Condiments or Roast Chilled Tomato Juice, Hard Boiled
with in our own lives and in the lives of others.
Tossed to Order, Griddle
Pork Brown Pork Gravy Eggs Fried Eggs Sunday Worship 10 A.M.
Even when we learn to acceptthe physical and mental Green Rice, Buttered Broccoli Spears, Cakes, Grilled Bacon Slices, Minced
,
Glazed
Pineapple Pie.SANDWICH Beef, Home Fried Potatoes
changes that life requires, we still often find it hard to LINE..Grilled Ham & Long Johns.
vthe l that for Cheese or Tuna Said Sandwiches. DINNER-Chicken Rice Soup, Oven ProtestantNAVAL
accept spiritual changes are required .
SUPPER Shrlrrp Gumbo, Pot Fried Chicken, Cream Chicken
healthy, normal growth. It is, indeed a tragedy to Roast of Beef, Vegetable Gravy, Gravy, Mashed Potatoes,, Cornbread
it is remain Mashed Potatoes, Lyonnalse Wax Dressing, Buttered Green Peas,
remain a spiritual infant just as to Beans, Club Spinach, Blueberry Pie. Polonaise Cauliflower, Yellow Pound AIR STATION
physically or mentally immature.A Cake.
Saturday,January 23 SANDWICH L1NE..Simmered Sunday
strong spiritual life gives us a new source of power.It Frankfurters with Sauerkraut.
helps us to face difficult situations and problems that BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Hard SUPPER-Pea Soup Beef Pot Pie or Holy Communion 8:30: A.M.
Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, Boiled Franks, French Fried Bldg. 750; Church School 9:15:
may be brought about by life's changes. It is also helpfulin French Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choiceof Potatoes, Steamed Sauerkraut, A.M.
Grilled Bacon, Ham or Minute Buttered Broccoli Spears, Sugar
for the Life
preparing For whole
us Beyond. life
our
Steaks, Cottage Fried Potatoes, Iced Cookies. Junior Church (nursery.grade
here is just a beginning. These years on earth are Cinnamon Twists.BRUNCHFried. Tuesday,January 26 6)) 10:30: A.M.; Divine Worship

merely the prelude to a marvelous story of life's Eggs to Order,. BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Hard Service 10:30: A.M. Bldg. 750;
Breakfast Meat or Grilled Hamburgers Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order,
changes that is continued in the Other Life. The change French Fried Potatoes, French Toast, Baked Sausage Patties, Junior Youth Fellowship 1:30:
from to from Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Hash Brown Potatoes, Glazed Per. P.M. Bldg. 722; Senior Youth
infancy youth, youth to maturity, from Blueberry Muffins, Devils Food Cake shings. Fellowship 1:30: P.M. -Bldg. 722.
mortality to immortality, from earthly to the heavenly, with Mocha Icing. DINNER-Onion Soup, Pan Roast of
.
Tuesday
SUPPER .Braised Pork Chops, Beef, Brown Beef Gravy, Mashed
this is all of
part a progress prepared by Divine Love Brown Gravy, Steamed Rice, Savory Potatoes, Seasoned Green Beans,
and Wisdom. Bread Dressing, Boiled Navy Beans, Tomatoes & Okra, Strawberry Christian Science Service 7
Baked Corn & Tomatoes, Iced Fruit Shortcake with Whipped Topping. P.M.
Bars. SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Hamburgers Tuesday
NOIBING A SHAM OF VM1R FNTUfC Sunday, 24BREAKFASTHot or Cheeseburgers.
Farina, Chilled SUPPER..Vegetable Soup, Barbecued
Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Corn Beef, Lyonnalse Senior Choir Rehearsal.7 P.M.
Hard Boiled Eggs, French Toast, Potatoes, Buttered Carrots, Fried Bldg. 750 '
Griddle Cakes, Choice of Grilled Cabbage, Peach Shortcake with
Bacon, Ham, or Minute Pork Chops, Whipped Topping. NAVALjIOSPITAL
Hash Brown Potatoes, Iced Double Wednesday,January 21
Snails. BREAKFAST-Hot Hominy Grits,
BRUNCH-Frled Eggs to Order, Chilled Apple Juice, Hard Boiled Divine Worship 10 a.m.
Breakfast Meet or Grilled Cheese Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, Griddle NATTC
Sandwich, French Fried Potatoes, Cakes, Grilled Ham Slices, Minced
Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Assorted Beef Hash Brown Potatoes, Iced Bear
Alps Cake Doughnuts, Blackberry Pie. Claws. Divine Worship -11 A.M. Bldg.

500

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I Dental HealthToothpaste '. Transferring?

ttr. Are you transferring from NAS
makes brushing the Cecil Field soon? Wondering
As for mouthwashes, the
teeth more fun, especially for Association states, there is no about the new duty station, the
youngsters, but in terms ofwhat's evidence that the average person schools, base facilities and
good for your oral health, needs to use a medicated mouth- what's available in the area?
conscientious brushing is wash.In Check with the Family Service
necessary. short, neither mouthwashnor Center's Information file A
Claims that a dentifrice sporadic use of a dentifricecan brochure is maintained on each
alone or a mouthwash can substitute for regular'toothbroshlng continental U.S. installation and
provide a shield against decay, or professional dental most Overseas duty stations.
prevent bad breath or gum treatment. None will give all-day These information files are
disease simply are not true, protection with one brushing or available for check-out from the
reports the American Dental provide an invisible shield Family Service Center for 5 days.
Association.The against tooth decay. None will Also personal copies may be
American Dental prevent bad breath from all requested from your new duty
Association (ADA), national causes or gum disease. station.Stop by Bldg. 24 (topside)
organization of the nations Your best program for oral WAVE RE-UPS YNI Karolyn Kyier .reenlists while her mother, for a few minutes and look over
dentists, regularly checks health remains: toothbrushingafter who came from Oklahoma for the ceremony, looks on. YN1 Ky er is these folders. You'll be glad you
products that claim to help your each meal; a proper diet, presently working In the weapons dept. did!
dental health, and issues reportson low in sweets, fluoridation of
their demonstrated value or drinking water and regular visitsto
lack of value. your family dentist.Don't !i'i
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Until 1960, none of the tooth- r" &*S Standing Boulevard
forget Children's Dental Cedar Hm ShPPnfl| Center
evaluated House of Qualify Foods
pastes by the ADA was phone 7719223
Health Week 7.13 February 1971.
demonstrated
clearly to fight

notwithstanding.In tooth decay-advertising. claims ........................................................ SATURDAY NIGHT IS

the fall of 1960, however, the
'YEARS 1 19 WEEKS $ I79
Association did recognize one SINCE FIRST
dentlfrice-a toothpaste containing POW CAPTURED STEAK NIGHT
stannous fluoride. This Write Office
dentifrice, the Association stated, of the President
was of 'significant value' in Democratic Republic
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proventing dental decay when % LB. CLUB STEAK with BAKED POTATO

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regular professional care. "
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In other words this ( -
toothpastewas t Witch For Oor Luncheon Meat Sped*U cent i Man- thru $*1
still not a substitute for good
xcHANGCOMA
oral health practices,but it would Y
help prevent decay, provided you '
used your toothbrush as you
should dentist.and regularly visited your t-1A"E 4OQIUZY.Q:

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The toothpaste recognized by PURCI
the Association had been
clinically tested over a period of /
years and had proved effective in ,
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actual tests on children. TheAssociation's )
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report was issued I9 Y !'s, r}rv
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only after its value had been ey rl ti a
actually demonstrated. ( tiara
Since the ADA's other
report,
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manufacturers have added ,IJV Nl 4vl
stannous fluoride to' their
products. However, only those h
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t", ., 1.'I t:h.;j. Seven Day Clinic Opens





A I t To Provide Better CareBy


JOC Chuck SchroyerJax
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In a bold move to significantly increase its medical care to thousands of

area active duty and retired military men and their dependents, the Naval
,;;- Hospital here has expanded its General Practice Clinic to seven days a week.

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In the announcement,
making
lunch. problems, the captain confirmed
.Y Capt. C. W. Lewis Jr., MC, again reduced following
...
of clerical
commanding officer of the While we must continue to live the shortages personnel

4 hospital,said, 'We think the extra with a manpower shortage, we to make appointments, but
seek to asked patients to keep dialing the
continuing to ways
hours will allow us to continue to are
'" improve all our medical ser- appointment phone numbers
offer quality care and at the same
until they get one of the
SUGGESTION PAYS OFF. AE1 David F. Arrowood accepts a time give our patients the op- vices. can
check for$14.40 from Capt. John E. Kennedy, NATTC CO. The check portunity to make an appointment Discussing other hospitalAction clerks.Currently restricted in the
was the second of its size which Arrowood earned by submitting whenever necessary.' number of employees, the cap-
beneficial suggestion on 'Barrier Packing of Avionic Rotable Pool Under the new systems, the tain foresees a continuing
Items.' General Practice Clinic will be LineAdopted problem in providing enough
open by appointment from 8 a.m. clerical help to handle the ap-
until 10 p.m. Monday through pointment desk at maximum
Poetry Contest Now Saturday, and from 10 a.m. until By efficiency.

. 10 p.m. on Sundays. -
, Hospital COJax Appointment numbers:
Pediatrics Change
Accepting EntriesJaxIf Call 772-2281 for Pediatrics,
Doctor Lewis also announced .. If you've a Orthopedics, Dermatology and
that hours in the Pediatric Clinic suggestion or complaint Surgery.
you feel you have talentIn ,All manuscripts must be typedon have been changed. Pediatricswill concerning services at the Call 772-2283 for General

writing poetry, here is your one side of the paper with one now be open from 8 a.m.until U. S. Naval Hospital, Practice. Internal Medicine,
f chance to show off a little. A poem to a page. The poem has a 4:30: p.m.Monday through Fridayby Jacksonville, you can now Urology and Family Practice.
contest is being held by the 20-line limit. Mail the poem along appointment. Emergencycases dial 772-C-A-R-E and Call 772-2967 for Neurop-
National Leagueof American Pen with a sealed envelope with the will be handled during record your thoughts on a sychiatric Clinic. (Active duty
Women, Inc.Everyone title of the poem on the.outside. normal hours and up until 10 p.m. newly installed Code a only)
is eligible. All you The name and address of the in the Pediatric Clinic. After 10 phone. Call 772-2285 for OB GYN and
have to do is write a poem and contestant should be on a small p.m. emergencies will be handledin Capt.Lewis has recordeda EENT and Neuropsychiatric (for
mail it before April 1 to Contest card on the inside of the envelope. the Emergency Room. brief message on the retired personnel and dependentsonly
Chairman, Jacksonville Branch, Each entry must be accompaniedby 'In order to provide quality care phone and wants to hear )
2136 Herschel St., Jacksonville, a one dollar fee to support the for patients with appointments, what the local military Call 772-2287 to CANCEL ANYAPPOINTMENT
Fla. 32204. project. non emergency cases may be community has to say :'
asked to make an appointmentand about the hospital.'I .
come back,' pointed out the want to hear
In other areas of hospital care,
doctor. suggestions or complaints Capt. Lewis told Jax Air News:
One of the most frequent from active duty per The hospital has plans to
complaints of patients is the long sonnel, retired personneland establish a central receiving area
IS WHERE waiting time before their dependents, no
THIS "w seeing a for walk in patients. A nurse
doctor the matter what branch of
according captain.
will refer patients to the correct
'Often the complaint comes service,' he said.
clinic as and aid
WE FLY from the 'walk in patient who lie commented that the necessary
patients in making an
must worked into the scheduleof Code a phone was in- ap-
pointment in some non -
patients who have made an stalled to help the hospital
appointment or after all those improve medical ser emergency cases. The nurse will
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also be able to assist i in
with appointments have been vice from the patient'spointoC patients
seen'the captain said. view, and that a many cases to get a prescription
'By asking non emergencycases wide variety of suggestions renewed, ,saving the patients'time
to make an appointment, from patients will enable in waiting for a doctor.
we are being fair to those with the staff to continue its goalof The hospital currently has
appointments, and at the same quality medical care. close to its full allotment of
time saving too long a wait for So if you've a suggestion doctors, but is short handed in
those who walk in.' about the hospital and nurses and corpsmen staffing.
He reiterated that true CARE enough to have your -Waiting time for patients at
emergency cases will be handled suggestion know, dial 772 the hospital with appointments is
promptly day or night.In C-A-R-E. Capt. Lewis is comparable with pie time a
discussing the hospital's waiting to hear from you. patient waits to see a doctor in a

continuing effort to give only the Laudatory comments are civilian practice.
finest of medical service, the also welcomed. He discussed his concern
EVERYWHEREI The AIRLINES TRAFFIC OFFICE captain said the has caller for the patient who comes to the
hospital Everything a sa
represents the Scheduled Airlines of the U.S.A. and is here to swill
made some improvements in the be kept confidential if hospital with an illness and then
serve the Military Installations in all their air transportationneeds.
pharmacy.The that is his desire. However, goes to see, a civilian doctor the
12 man staff in the if he wants to know the next day because the condition

Wf*have complete airline Information toshow that travelingby pharmacy fills on the average of outcome of his ideas, he didn't clear up immediately. He
you
air 1 Is CONVENIENT, FAST and INEXPENSIVE.Here 1,000 prescriptions each day, but should give his name and said if the_ patient does not
has cut the average waiting time telephone number. He will respond to treatment in a short
.] receive time, he should return to naval
few significantly, re/narked! a r.eply.;
are only a can save
ways you money.
hospital for another examination.
; js metimejf t around! lunch the Anonymous Callers
ONE-HALF FARE STANDBY Hpwmacyjgets.iip 1.9 little} more naturally cannot( be; an- He said that,the hospital is
behind, but the waiting time is swered. currently going over the
TWO-THIRDS FARE MILITARY RESERVED recommendations and
YOUTH
FARESEXCURSION suggestions that were received
\ FARES
from a meeting of the newly
FAMILY PLAN FARES formed 'area.Hospital'Advisory'
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MASTER CHARGE, tiANKAMERICARD started a suggestion program by
r placing suggestion boxes at key
ACCEPTED ,
points throughout the hospital.
Other Major Credit Cards Accepted, The hospital has experts on
hospital services and the
CHAMPUS Program who will

speak on request to local com-
AIRLINETICKET mands and wives clubs on the
subjects. Interested groups: or
OFFICE clubs may call Miss Young at 772-

(JAMTO) Luxury Apartment 2214 to arrange for a speaker.


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= Every day is a fight for survival at the NAS
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crashes, parachute dives and helicopter rescues are all
part of the Air Operations survival training program for

area pilots and aircrewmen.
During a normal two hour class, student crash
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simulated jet or 'dilbert dunker and are forced to free
themselves from the cockpit. Other survival tests include

parachute drops, helo recoveries, boarding a life
raft and basic swim strokes.
.r--_ y Each class is carefully supervised by five Navymenwho
T- Pte" rA. have been hand -' picked for the job by R. L. i

Callahan, a retired chief aviation electrician who now

V L supervises, the indoor survival program for Air mn.. ..

Operations.According to Mr. Callahan, his instructors are put Parachute Drop I

through the same tests for survival as student pilots and
aircrewmen. They also undergo a six month training
l III i I period to become senior life savers and water safety

instructors.
Because of the continuing need for instructors, Mr.

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Navy Wives



Y Hold 1971Elections



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4L ( Jax -The Navy Wives Club of t

IuuiY America Jax 86 elected this
meeting.term's officers at the January 6th

v
Re-elected were President,
Barbara Howard and Vice-

president, Mrs. William Bro\.n. 'Ji
rM+w Mrs. Frances Bush, treasurer, a..r.o..
'.,, a 4 and Mrs. Richard O'Rourke,

recreation secretary, were alsore
elected.
The new officers include Mrs.
George Bame, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Owen King,
chaplain, and Mrs. Richard _
Goldsberry, parliamentarian.
The nominating committee
elected are Gloria Davis, Kay
Wofford, Marilyn Moldoon, Flora
Kubisiak and Elaine DuvaL
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Installation will take place Jan. .
30 at the Mayflower Hotel.

Enlisted NEW OFFICERS-Here Wives Club in are the ladies who will lead the VP-16 The meeting's activities also CASH IDEA-AEC Darrel D. Schlegel receives a cash Incentive I
their
President Sundrea Nugent, Vice 1971 activities. Seated ((1 I to r) are included a $25 donation to the Award Certificate from Capt. John E. Kennedy for his Beneficial
Secretary.Treasurer President Juli Neumann and Mendel Rivers Research Heart Suggestion on the Chaff Dispenser for H-3 aircraft.
Ruth Brown. Standing (I to ) Fund two
Manager r are Publicity transfers to Jax 86 by
Sonia Stout Telephone Chairman Bonnie Brown and Sharon King and Virgie Bay, and
Hospitality Chairman
Marge Vogel. the initiation of Gail Hunter into I
Wins
Benny Sugg Cash
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Traffic ;riIA& For NATTC Instructor I



ViolationsJaxThe Jax Throughout history man Forrestal (CVA-59)) The chaff
has always come up with new dispenser sets up a pattern of
ijik ideas and so has AEC Darrel D, aluminum foil dropped from

Schlegel who recently received a aircraft to confuse the guidance
following is a reportof II Cash Incentive Award Certificateand systems of air to surface
motor vehicle accidents and \ a check for $70.00 for missiles.
traffic violations for the period designing and installing a chaff
of Jan 4-10. dispenser for H 3 Aircraft. The chief entered the Navy in
.I Chief Schlegel worked on the 1955 and has been stationed at
chaff dispenser Curing his NATTC Jacksonville for four

Number of Accidents spare time while he was stationed tours of duty. lIe is currently an
t. with a helicopter anti-submarine instructor at the AE 'B' School '
This week 5 squadron aboard the USSVietnamization here.It .
This week a year ago 4 1r
Total accidents this year 8 Program
Total accidents through this
period last year 8 I
Seeks
Enlistees
Total number of days since last Navy
injury in a motor vehicle ac- lip
cident 114 Washington-Enlisted men will means that the Navy will be
Number of days since an injury A soon be sought to fill billets as seeking highly qualified and
last year at this time 229 k advisors to the Vietnamese Navy, motivated petty officers to serve
according to BuPers officials. in support and advisory positionsin
Number of Violations The effort will be similar to the Vietnam.
recently released Z-Gram 65,
This week FATHER, BROTHER AND SON In a dual 'ceremony Jan. 15, which dealt with Admiral ElmoR. The proposal and its In-
58 LCdr. Clarence M. McQuaig, NATTC military personnel officer, had Zumwalt's call for volunteers ducements to the Navymen in
Speeding 10 the pleasure of enlisting his son Michael, who is coming in on the among 'middle management' the last stages of preparation and
Reckless driving 0 Cache Program, and reenlisting his brother William, a 14-year Navy officers for the Vietnamization of should be going out'any day now'
Going through stop sign 5 veteran who will soon, be a student at the AE 'B'School here. Navy assets. according to BuPers officials.
Other Violations 43

Sixteen drivers appeared before

the Traffic Hearing Board on 14 V1 O I V1 tJ TIQ35D I
Jan. Dispositon of the cases in- CIVILIAN

cluded the following: "

Ten lost driving and parking _
privileges aboard the station for i
various periods; two were
assigned to complete an eight- : !!
hour course in remedial driving; EMPLOYEES
Sixteen received suspension;
zero were given warning; nine
were dismissed; twenty were l ...save that pay raise before you spend it!
fined (U.S. Commissioner).

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passed Qualification out at the meeting sheets of Navy were also meeting to be brought to the social i ...........wiThe A.--: ,:...........;...........................................................!...............................................,....................................................Sports......... : ........................................................:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.<.<:

Wives Clubs of America, C J Betty Crocker coupon Chair
Field No 121 last Tuesday. man, Mrs. James McQuaid asks long holiday lay-off apparently eased past VA-45, 46-40. (Ccrappies1 to those tourists from
Members desirous of being that your coupons be turned in so afforded the Marinesan The 'Dragonflyers' received a the north of the MasonDixonLine

nominated to an office for the that she can mall them to our opportunity to step back and 16 point effort by Paul Knapp, ) are starting to bed.

coming year, and who fulfill the sister club in Gulfport, re-group. Yellow Water's finest and Van Gogh Brown, recently Weekend catches consisted of
requirements are to complete Mississippi towards a kidney breezed past VA.lOS, 51.27 behind returned from the VC-4 farm many fish heavy with roe.
these forms and return them at machine Gary Redepennlng and Gene team, gleefully popped in 11 Speical Services stands ready

social-educational meeting on The Southeast Area Council Telles who each canned 14 pointsfor points. Steve Davis and Chuck and able to provide you with all
January 26. will the winners. Telles scored 12 Ford contributed 12 points eachto the necessities for spending a
meet at Fellowship Hall in
Mrs. Arnold from the at of his total during a hot 1st half, the VA-45 scoring output. As a pleasant weekend away from the
Friday January 29 10
a.m.
Cecil Field library will be the This will be election and installation All the Marines seemingly lack is result of their victory, VC-4 find din and bustle of our more-or-less
guest speaker at the Social- of council officers. If size.VA86 themselves tied for the 2nd round urban living: You can pick up a

Educational meeting to be held in you are bringing a child to the surprised VA-174, 60-56. leadership with a perfect 1-0) camper, boat, motor, sleeping
Fellowship Hall at the base nursery at the chapel that day, Newly acquired George Wor- record, of course, it might be bags and fishing gear. All you
chapel at 9:30: a.m. on Tuesday, bring a sack lunch.Don't forget sham tallied 21 points in leading pointed out that 5 other teams need supply is a yen for a good
January 26.National your salad, dessert or french VA-86 back from a 5 point 4th enjoy the same distinction.Ten time and a minimum of physical
N.W.C.A. Scholarshipmonth bread. quarter deficit for the win. Mike teams comprise the league outlay.
will be honored by all Luchi of the Hellrazors led the for the second round..Marines,
Sandwich and Bake Sales will
scorers with 25 counters. Ollie VA-105 VA-174 VC-4
members Operations, ,
contributing a 'pennyper Awarded
beheld February 1 and February Two
pound'. These funds are to be 16 at the VA-174 hangar. Johnsen chipped inJ9 points in a VA-82 VA-45, VA-86 and AMD.
turned in at the social meeting. losing cause. Three games are played Mondayand
Plans for
'. are underway The win put VA-86 in an ex- Thursday and two games on Bronze StarIn
The club also voted that each hostessing the annual USO
cellent position to take all the 2nd Tueday and Wednesday. The first
member will bring a minimum of Valentine Dance on February 19.
round marbles since VA-174 is gets underway at 1700 with ceremonies held this week at
six ((6)) facecloths for the hygiene Mrs. Edward Hall is chairmanand game
generally regared as the team to all succeeding starting VA-174, Boatswain's Mate Chief
ditty bag project underway for planning for the .menu,, beat, and this will doubtlessly be within 10 minutes games after the Donald K. Moore and ABEl
the camp for underprivileged chairmen, and hostesses, is being
the only meeting between the two conclusion of the William D. Corcoran were
previous con-
children in Georgia. These are completed.
teams. awarded Bronze Star Medals by

Wilt Tate confounded the test.The avid Cecil Field angler will their Commanding Officer, I

basketball 'experts' and himself be happy to learn that after a Commander R.C. Bos.

as his revamped VC-4 squad rather slow start, the spec Chief Moore received the .
award while attached to River

Division 534 as a boat captain. in
Blackbirds Go To SeaBy Viet Nam. While in country he

participated in over 250 missions

and engaged the enemy on 20 .
: Lt.J.W. Wilson,PAO,VA-45 separate occasions.
s Chief Moore was awarded the
All those who think the A-4 Roster is LCdr. T.T.Merry, a 1958 Bronze Star for exemplary
11 cannot offer thrills and good Naval Academy graduate, who professionalism and devotion to
/4 ... times, take one step forward. has been designated Officer-ln- duty during actions occuring

r'r / Agh, not no fast all you A-7 Charge. This will be the fifth September 4, 1967atwhIch, time
drivers. For not only is the little cruise for the .thirty-seven year
T his boat came under enemy fire
t P/: scooter destined for an in- old aviator who was previouslyan from an estimated 100 Viet Cong.
teresting North Atlantic cruise instrument instructor with the The encounter lasted
I but will also take a newly Blackbirds. Other officers with four hours, and after approximately -

II MedelC-t assigned role as a fighter jet. him Include LCdr.Larry Elmore, several firing runs into the kill
1 This jubilant cause for excitement Lt. Ben Hassell (a recent LCdr. \
Don lut perk Open wlclt your zone, the boat finally suppressedthe
J ev..' Yore not dreaming : has been about
/ brought selectee), Lt. Pete Taylor, LTJg
huge It tool family room' Is a enemy fire.
arum t-mt true In this Bellalr within the VA-45 r Blackbirds George Tiedeman, LTjg Bruce
!f / beauty Bedrooms Separate. I l4ItII.dining our room.familyhome 1 with Cdr. A.H. (Speedy) Gon- Parizek and LTjg John Wilson. Petty Officer Corcoran was
II fenlattical'y- ,low'In.pr C,. zalez at the helm. Months of hard awarded his Bronze Star Award
work and intense planning Among the ports to be visitedare when attached to River Division r

culminated in the formation of Hamburg, Portsmouth, 521, where he served as a boat
VA-45 Detachment 11 which is Copenhagen, Lisbon and captain in the Republic of VietNam
1 ar M due to depart in April aboard the Greenock.Ask He took part of 233 combat

USS Intrepid (CVS-11)) for a six any member of the Det if patrols and engaged the enemyon
Model,C-I months NATO cruise. The there is a fighter pilot in the six separate occasions.
Z 'r' 4 Bellair Bedrooms C t It|lull family uftbtllFv Room blej detachment will take aboard 54 house and see what response you Corcoran was cited for actionson
Living Room. Dining Room. .enlisted men, 7 officers and four receive. In the future you will be 24 July 1969, when his patrolwas
J""ill II Utility Kitchen Room.I Bafhl eleven and rooms a 'larger ounmatched / A-4's to operate from the USS hearing more from Cdr. Gon- called upon to assist friendly
styling and fconomy. Intrepid.At zalez' Fighter Detachment. forces under intense enemy
.lJtJ.a present VA-45 Det 11 is rocket and automatic fire in PHU

l .1 .1 manned by a group of .hardworking THU district. Boat captain
.. e .. highly motivated I errOA\Y! I Corcoran skillfully manueveredhis
personel. Heading the Officer's boat, successfully sup-
pressing enemy fire and helped in
l', Model C.I turning back a Viet Cong'attack
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY
I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Publisher ,' Movie Schedule
Call: 388-2755
JAX AIR NEWS :

NAS Jacksonville Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
: Tuesday ... ,
for publication the following Thursday. 1111II.--- -
LATW I IN G E R I Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be
I published the following week unless the Jurgens. 'GP. ((107 mins.).
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE 21
Thursday
publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or January
money order for the full cost of the ad must be NAS: 'MOVE' Color comedy HOSPITAL : 'THE
: received WITH the copy for the ad. starring Elliott Gould and Paula HELLFIGUTERS'
,
Prentiss. 'R' VG (90 mins.)
4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE Minimum charge (lines) 2.00 HOSPITAL: 'BONNIE AND Monday,January 25
Per additional line ((4 words line) 50
per NAS: 'THE LAWYERS Color
Jacksonville, Florida CLYDE' Color comedy drama
: cents starring Warren Beatty and Faye drama starring Barry Newmanand

I ..._ I Dunaway. 'GP' E ((111 min.)' Harold Could. 'R' E ((120
mins.). '

I Friday,January 22 HOSPITAL : 'HELLO.
'HIDDEN WATERS' ORANGE PARK GOODBYE'
EMPLOYMENTSERVICE NAS: 'AIRPORT' Color drama
Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots 2 BR House, Furn., 5 mins. to NAS.
available. Excellent fishing, boating, Will rent to TAD Personnel or starring Burt Lancaster and .
WIVES swimming. Mobile Home area. Alw Bachelor. TV, Linens. Utilities, Op. Dean Martin. 'G' E (137 mins.), Tuesday, January 26
permanent home area. High wooded tional 2646884. HOSPITAL: 'MOVE' NAS: 'A PLACE FOR
ALL KINDS
CLERICAL JOBS OF lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake< LOVERS' Color drama starring
1372 Cassat. 387-5626 or
Jobflnders Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 725-3992
1022 Park Street 3547888. Saturday,January 23 Faye Dunaway and Marcello

TRANSPORTATIONMOTOR NAS: THE HELLFIGHTERS1 Mastroianni. 'R' G (90 mins.).

Temporary NO FEE TWO\'. ACRE TRAILER LOTS Color action drama starring John HOSPITAL: 'THE LAWYERS'
Typists Secys.KevpunchDlctaphone. 15 mini from NAS. Free water and
Wayne and Katherine Ross. 'G' E
Opers. sewege. From Orange Park go 4 miles
ALLOFFICE SKILLS south on US 17 to SR 220,turn right Go CYCLE STORAGE (120 mins.), Wednesday,January 27 9
START NOW one mile to Canova Rd., turn left; Go Inside, Clean 8. Dry. 15.00 Mo. Call HOSPITAL: 'AIRPORT' NAS: 'WATERMELON MAN'Color
We Pay Every Fridayat to fork in road. Lots are at fork on left Mrs. Varnadoe 246.1615, comedy drama starring

Inspect when you wish. 205(21094: Sunday, January 24 Godfrey Cambridge and Estelle
YAMAHA.MCCMOTORBike
OLSTENTemporary for rental arrangements. 'R' VG ute mins.).
Services Blue, Low mileage Includes car NAS: 'IIELLO-GOODBYE' Parsons.
603 Florida Nat'l Bank Bldg. bumper racks. 2 Helmets, Spare tire Color comedy drama starring HOSPITAL: 'A PLACE FOR
Call 358-1101 and Insurance policy. Phone 264 8977. Michael Crawford and Curt LOVERS'

MOBILE HOMES
PART-TIME TELLERS 44 FALCON
Positions now available at Barnett 2 Dr., V-8, R & H, speed transmission
Bank, NAS Jax Facility. Experiencedtellers 640. Ca//GA/rVEY/.3a/
Interested in part-time work
1969 MOBILE HOME ASTRO MOTORS
R.P. Kline at NAS Jax Office,
Blvd.
contact 6566 Normandy
1.24 x 52 ft. Large corner lot-122 x 134
Bldg. 39. ft. Chain link fenced. Equity We can anchor your mobile home.
payments can be assumed on both: 70 MUSTANG
HELP WANTED See At 8415 Collins Rd. (off Shindler] 2 Dr., HT, 9,000 miles, Take over
Insurance Secretary, Good Typist, or Ph. 7711760. payments of J89. a mo. 772 8855
Pleasant working cond., Near NAS
Call for appt. 3887677.MISCELLANEOUS".
4VW BUS
MOBILE LIVING OFJACKSONVILLI Radio and Heater. WOo
(Azalea Mobile Home Park) '/ mid ASTRO MOTORS
north of NAS, lots and rentals. Nea Blvd.
6566 Normandy
,
schools and w.rws. a
> shopping center. Clean,
and reasonable rates, Manager 01
premises. Children and pets wlecome 1964 BUICK LE SABRE WG. MOBILE HOME SERVICE, HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
New Good Tires,$790
Loaded I motor
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSGuitars 6301 Roosevelt 3846264.
Drums Repairs. Discount, 387.2178 or Ext. 3453 Evenings-

Prices. Music Service. 233 6th Ave. 2526.
No. Jax Beach. Across from A&P. LARGE TRAILER LOTS 64 CHEVROLET
Sundays. $20. month. 15 min. from Cecil bet
Open
ween Baldwin & Maclenny 2596681 Convertible, V.8, Auto. Trans., R I H, WESTSIDE
Like New, 1840. .
HEATS A-C ASTROMOTORS,. ,. VOLKSWAGEN INC.
We repair and service space heaters,; 6566 Normandy Blvd. ,
wall turn., heat pumps Cent turn., JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean moderr
Tylers Heat&Air Conditioning trailer-and Apts. 389.3007. MOTORCYCLE KAWASAKI 90 SELLING USED CARS
388-5U1 1970 Model Like New, 1100 down,
Take over payments Payments low

G.E 19 In.TV.Port.RENTALS Special monthly & BEDROOM TRAILERFla. Call 771-3211 Ext. 8218 after 5 p.m.

weekly rates. Air Base Pawn Shop. Rm., Shady lot near JU and 100% GUARANTEE

(Just outside Main Gate NAS) 388 J.B.C. 64 FALCON
Arlington Drive-In Realty
3481. 2 Dr., Good economical car, Clean,
Phone 724-5028 or 7819385.
Call 772,3189 from 8 a.m. 4 p.m.
BE A RADIO OR
TVANNOUNCERRecorded 67 Grand Prix 1650

by leading an 45 DODGE
nouncer tells message you hew. Call any hour. RENTALSWILMARAPTS. 2Dr., Hardtop, V.8, Auto trans., R J Loaded! Gleaming Gold with white vinyl top.

355.2944. H, Extra Sharp. $790. 'Executive' 51050
ASTRO MOTORS 66 Pontiac

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS 6566 Normandy Blvd. Factory air, Auto. trans., Power steering, and brakes, R&H,
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape
2 Br.LR., Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit,
WWT.
players. At dealers cost to liquidate 2 ofl f 1970 DODGE SWINGER
Air Cond:, Parking for cars
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. street. Water, Garbage & Sewag t Hardtop, Radio, AC, Auto. Trans., PS, 68 Pontiac LeMans 2095
1115. Furn (plu!. WW Fiber Glass tires, Vinyl Top,
Furn. $95. Unfurn. Deluxe interior, Deluxe trim, Exc PS, PB, Vinyl top R&H, WWT.
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH tax) 3872541. Weekends 3890744.
69FVWaIS $1795
Cond., 7,000 ml., 5 yr. warranty. 725
Wilford's Fish Camp 264 9707.GEORGE'S 5178.

ORANGE PARK Air Conditioned, R&H

KENNELSEst. 2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dish MUSTANG GT 1650
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabetl Fastback, 4 speed, Hurst Shifter, 289high 69 VW Sedan
Pick up & Delivery Available Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355. performance engine, Corb< Radio and Heater.
Grooming, Defleaing & Bathing. equip., Charger Mags, 302 Boss Cam 1525
Master-charge S> BankAmerlcard 768-0682 or 384 7352. 68 VW Sedan
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5082 FOR SALE OR RENT
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for you Glitterbug Sharp

equity or let 'us, rent your home : ORDERSTOCUB'AMust 68 VW Sedan 1450
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by fo
LeMans, 2dr.lbucke, I
sell 68
WE BUY* SELL map or sales and:rental list.. Cal I, ,.seat*. Console Ayto.,.Iran*.. Air! Radio and Heater.
Appliances & used furniture. ..Also Mills USN Ret. 264 2411. ,
Powell or Conde!, R&H. Good tires. Black In
repair any make of home\ appliances.Brook' ORANGE PARK REALTY terlor, Excellent Cond. 384 1516. 67 VW Sedan 1250
Furnitureand MILITARY FREE NOTARYClassified
Appliance I Radio and Heater.

725.2441 10061 Atlantic Blvd.fn NAS YtX/f CM $895
64 VW Sedan Glitterbug

Ads Radio and Heater
J'
INCOMETAX'I' 69 Squareback $1995
Returns prepared by appointment
evenings'and weekends. G. H. Young, Work Wonders Automatic Transmission, One Owner 20,000 miles

LCdr., SC, USN (Ret.), Phone 355-7460
fter 6:30: p.m. For You 2295 .
po ttr tDOAY..! 69 VW Squareback

os Auto. trans., Air conditioned, R&H.
A
REAL ESTATECASH wANt
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LARGE LOTS Keystone HeightsBy INC.
and 5 acre tracts cleared MacclennyFla. VOLKSWAGEN
J>/j Bdrm. CBP & CP 6'/' acres Appointment ,

near Jax, Fla. 8 Space trailer park, all 1150 Lane Ave. So. Phone 781-5511 -..
spaces rented. Marietta area. 10 Rm, & Co. ,
W.Simpson
Home 2 Barns, 12 acres fenced & 7{ Clyde
PHONE 8 to $
Open Daily 8 to 8:30: Saturday
acres Lake Butler, Colonial home REALTOR 356 &6349
remodeled 46 acres,$70,000.00 $25,000 388.2755 Sunday 1 to 6 PM
dwn. Arlington Drive-In Realty
Phone 724 5028 or 781.9385.



JANUARY 21, 1971
12 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER



I t Drug Smugglers Get Strict Overseas Penalties

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The following article by they tend to lump you all togetheras be used and that they be referred drugs come from, so they are thought up a really good spot that
Rudolph Chelminskl is reprinted dangerous friends. to as 'a young American couple likely to be in Kandahar, Eastern the cops would never guess- I
from the June 26, 1970 Life 'All fool beatnik-very bad.' Both 21, they were Midwestern Turkey, Morocco and Nepal. inside the door of a car. I
magazine by special permission.c That's the way Naci Tulun, headof college students on their Three out of four drug arrests are Some other tips that might help
( ) 1970 Time Inc. Rproduction the Istanbul police narcotics honeymoon. Coming back from made because of tipoffs. you: Expect to be searched time
prohibited.This squad, puts it. By that he means Tangier last August,they decidedto Nearly a million and half and again, apparently without
is for you,if you are one of any foreigner using, carrying or bring home a little supply of passengers go through the reason, even on streets of cities
the thousands of young selling drugs-hard, soft or that good Ketama hash. Three Spanish port of Algeciras each hundreds of miles from any
Americans going abroad this otherwise. If his comment sounds pounds is all they had, and they year,all of them off the boat from frontier. Unjust though it may be,
summer who think of Europe and comical, go have a laugh with probably bought it from the slick Tangier Ceuta, where hash is as cops will be after people who look
the Middle East as an overseas Ronald Emmons, a basketball boys who operate around the available as tobacco and not suspicious to them. And to the
drug annex of the Woodstock player whom Tulun's men caughtin steps on the way down into the much more expenslve.The police, suspicious means foreign,
Nation. Take some friendly one of those quaint little hotels Tangier marketplace. You can't customs inspectors are able to young, unshaven, tieless-and
advice: don't be so dumb. with two kilos of Afghan hashish. pass steps without two or three of rush the flow through while not free. A small car plus robes and
MIDEASTERN TRAPSI Emmons is in for five years and a them striding up to his 'hash, leaving a bag unopened or a car long hair equals an automaticand
have just come back from a Turkish prison is not the place to hash.' They are all police in unchecked. thorough search at every
tour of the Hashish trail-from spend five years. Last November formers. The young American 'A TERRIBLE THING1 frontier. So does an Afghanistanor
Turkey and Lebanon to Morocco, ,a 21-year-old Canadian, Max couple got their car as far as the 'Sometimes it can be very Morocco of India stamp in
Spain and France-and there are Belsen, fainted in the dock whena Spanish port of Algeciras, where disagreeable work,'says Emilio your passport, even if you're
so many Americans locked up for London court gave him 10 years customs welcomed them with Lleada Lopez, one of the four using the dodge of wearing a suit
hash arid pot and LSDover there it for illegal possession of cannabis. open arms. At first they couldn't supervising inspectors at the (they know about that one, too).
isn't even shocking anymore,just believe it was happening, but immense Algeciras customs hall. Be prepared for the man who
pathetic. At last count, 556 IMPRISONED PLAYMATEOne they began to believe when they Informeror
dope Spain had only 'We have the power to break aperson's sells drugs to be a police
Americans were serving sentences poor were separated and slapped Into
life. If we catch one and even a cop.Don't .
hashish him but
of
125 on ,
in grams the local The judge who tried
of up to eight years was talked into selling alittle bit, jail. turn him in, he will spend at least sell any drugs.Don't .
foreign jails on drug charges or their case found them sym eitherthat's
give them away, -
just enough for a few joints. That six years in jail. It is a terrible
and but the
awaiting trial-three times as pathetic deserving, distribution or trafficking.
made him a trafficker. He got the thing.
many as a year ago and the minimum sentence of six best he could do was impose the Terrible indeed, but not enoughto Don't cross frontiers with
numbers swell every week. Mostof years minimum of six years and a day.
him the drugs.
from
and a day. In Athens they stop putting arm
them find that hash is to 'NOTWORTHIT'
easy such naive the Foreign jails are especially
locked up a former Playmate of on type's as young
buy. Then they are arrested the Month. The list goes on andon Transferred to Cadiz prison, American couple, or the two unpleasant, but that isn't the
trying to cross frontiers. face of this massive roundup the they are now locked in two different G.I.'s who got caught a few weeks worst that can happen to you, In
The big crackdown is on us and wings, both of which share
U.S. State Department can do ago. They had four and a half Iran, they execute people for
its target is you. With a few exceptions precious little to help. Consular the full, rich sour smell of the kilos between them, and they trafficking.
the European and garbage dump next door. By
Middle Eastern countries most of officers are allowed to visit special clemency, they are
you visit have become traps. prisoners, advise them, send allowed to see each other once a r jx j- I
wires to relatives and help in the
Tradition-bound and sternly week in the warden's office in
choice of but that'sabout
lawyers,
conservative, European his presence. They stare at each
authorities in particular have it. other and talk. They do not even f9 c
been startled by the sight of more The U.S. passport, far from touch hands. 'How do I pass my
and more of their own youngters being a guarantee of special time'Shesays'Oh, I read some,
using drugs. Reacting by instinct, favor, often seems to work and crochet. And then I sit, Yes,
its What better
against holders. sit a lot,' Her voice is strangelyloud
I way for a little country to displayits almost a shout. 'Tell them
Take Your
and than
Baby
pride independence
not to smuggle dope across
by coming down hard on borders. It's not worth it.' : c

-. Americans laws. who transgress their warden Justino, nods Gracia with satisfaction Palacio, the at :__ 4= rE::

to There have even been cases of her words. It is always good whena
a SpecialistWE the
parents simply forgetting criminal learns.
offspring who have disgracedthem. _
MAINTAIN IT Not writing or sending For years, U.S. narcotics,
WITH LOVING CARE money in jail, telling friends that agents have been working with
TOM BUSH Volkswagen they are on long vacations.One their foreign counterparts, "bhs
couple I met in Cadiz, providing everything from skill
Rel/eHiII gqat/A2t Spain was on a long vacation of and experience to equipment and
9850 Atlantic Blvd. six years and one day apiece. money. Naturally enough, field
They asked that their names not agents work in places where jj: h +t A


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NOTICE TO VETERANSAND

iikH2[

EX-SERVICEMEN WHO HAVE --

GOING ASHORE. HMCS Glenn E. Looney of the NAS Medical
HONORABLY SERVED OUR COUNTRY' Department receives a final salute from his fellows. as he is piped
ashore,ending more than 30 years in the Navy.



YOU ARE ENTITLED TO A FREE BURIAL SPACE IN A NATIONAL : .
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CEMETERY. BECAUSE OF THE DISTANCES OF NATIONAL I 1

CEMETERIES FROM THIS AREA WITH REMAINING SPACE SINE SSWE
AVAILABLE, SPACE IS BEING ASSIGNED TO QUALIFIED VETERANSAT YOUR U

CHAPEL HILL MEMORY GARDENS, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, IN WANT
THE NEWLY OPENED VETERANS "FIELD OF HONOR." YOU MUST
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REGISTER IN ADVANCE. YOU MUST HAVE PROOF OF HONORABLE

SERVICE.THESE SPACES WILL BE ASSIGNED A PRIORITY BASIS' $1500.00 OFF
ACCORDING TO THOSE THAT REGISTER FIRST. SPACE IS SUBJECTTO

A ONE TIME $25.00 PERPETUAL CARE CHARGE. i
TO SERVICEMEN

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Veteran Loan Policies ExpandedWith


t Decreased Interest RatesVeterans ,

i- : using GI loans will have improved opportunities tofinance homes and

will pay less for loans as the result of two important actions in recent weeks.

The latest was the lowering of the maximum interest rate to eight percent

effective Dec. 2. The rate had been 81 percent since last January.This .

reduction combines with
provisions of the Veterans and the Korean Conflict.It home from service and it also
Housing Act of 1970, recently also lowered the cost of loans allows older veterans to take a
signed by the President, to make by doing away with a .5 percent new look at their housing needs
the outlook brighter for millionsof funding fee previously paid by and perhaps find ways to meet
veterans in the view of Administrator post-Korean veterans. them better,' Johnson said.
of Veterans Affairs Johnson said that the average
Donald E. Johpson.The GI home loan at this time is about Johnson said that the new
new law allows loans on $20,000, meaning that the buyer ability veterans have to purchase
mobile homes and con would save $2,530 over a 30-year( mobile homes with GI loans will
\ --- Ic dominiums for the first time and loan period from the reduction in be a big help to young veterans
L also allows GI loans to be used for the interest rate. with limited income.
refinancing homes already 'This reduction plus the greater 'The best thing about this
owned by veterans.In flexibility the new housing law provision is that it does not
addition, it also restores the gives the veteran make the prevent the veteran from buyinga
expired, unused eligibility for housing outlook considerably conventional home with a GI
loans to veterans of World War II brighter for men just coming loan at a later time when his
financial condition is better,'


1 --......, ,... Marine 1st Lt. Wins Johnson Eligibility said.for a loan is restored ....
to a veteran once a mobile home
COURSE COMPLETEDBen Franklin,a mechanic at the NAS gas loan is paid off The law also
Medal
station, recel/'es a certificate from assistant Navy Exchange OfficerLt. Bronze Star provides that loans for mobile
(fig| ) David Jenkins, for completing a one week General Motors homes may include funds for lots
training course in Jacksonville. The course was sponsored by the on which to place the units.
Navy Exchange. Jax-Marine 1st Lt. Robert R. Hickinbotham, a
Vietnam veteran who is the assistant guard officer for NAGI Installs

the Marine Barracks here has been awarded the Bronze New Officers
Awards Program Turns Star with Combat 'V' for meritorious service in Vietnam

Jax-H.S. McClain heads the
list of new officers of the local
Into $$$ He served with the First subsequently as commanding unit of the National Association of
Suggestions Marine Division from February officer. lie has been commendedfor Goverment Inspectors (NAG)
1969 until February 1970 and his superior performance of installed during a ceremony at
participated in six major combat duties, bold initative, aggressive the Holiday Inn Saturday night.
Jax-Do you have an idea or Inquire among your ,coworkersto
He and steadfast devotionto
particularly leadership
operations. was
McClain took thepresident's
find out where work over
could the problemsexist
invention that save cited for his participation in a duty throughout his tour in
of Unit One
job ,
it be and set a goal of finding a'
Navy money? If so, may search and clear operation in Vietnam.
National Association of Gover
worth as much as$5,000 to you to solution. When you come up witha
Lt. is
February 1969.According The 24-year-old 1st a ment Inspectors, from Arnold
jot it down on a suggestion form reasonable idea, get a to his vitiation, his native of Columbus, Ohio and a Nabors.
and submit it to division suggestion form from your
your under of the Naval Academy.
division head and write it down. company came enemy graduate Other new officers of the unit
officer. the fiscal For further information on how attack at that time and, as his lie has been assigned here since are D.D. Field, vice president;
During previous
citation read.'lst Lt. Hickin March 1970.Job .
J.E Murphy, secretary
;
and Marine to make your suggestions turn to
1,087 Navy
year botham after assessingthe
quickly and
treasurer R.
N.Vertigan, ;
cash call Datres incentive
Corps members received Ray ,
situation directed accurate
Johnson, sergeant at arms.
at Ext.
awards totaling awards administrator, OpeningsJaxJob
suggestions
artillery fire on the enemy Among those attending the
$143,748. Look) around your work positions and gained fire dinner meeting were David Bell
area and discover where unnecessary 3255.Wives superiority. As his unit sub- openings available to of the Naval Air Rework Facility,
machinery parts or Elect sequently attacked the enemy NAS civilian employees are Cherry Point, N.C. and NAG
manpower are being expended. force, they were able to capture financial manager, GS-12 or 13, National President; Jax NARF
vital intelligence documents.1st MPB 142-70; auditor, GS-7 or 9, Commanding Officer, Capt. .
New OfficersJaxNew Lt. Hickinbotham was later MPB 1.71; and production con D.H.Heile; and L.J. Barilla,
DUVAL COUNTY'S NO.1 assigned as executive officer and troller(electronics) GS-7, MPB 2- quality insurance superintendentof
AMERICAN MOTORS 71 the local NARF.,
DEALER officers took charge .
for the first time at the January
.JiU4f acteca meeting of the VP-16 Enlisted

Lo WER PRICESSHOP Wives New Club.club President Sundrea Open for Admiration

ANY'AMERICAN MOTORS' Nugent introduced the guest
DEALER IN DUVAL COUNTY speaker, Cdr. E.R. Nordvedt.The .

WEGUARANTEETOBEATANYBONAFIDe DEALOR PAY YOU presentation commander to the gave wives a slide and I Kingsley Armsmove I

$25.00 I IN CASH. discussed the mission their
husbands participate in and the
SOUTHSIDEAMERICAN
places they travel to on

deployments.Other new. officers are Vice- In todayTHE

Javelin Gremlin Matador Hornet President Juli Neuman,
AMX .The luxury'Ambassador' Secretary-Treasurer Ruth !
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Jacksonville, Florida Stout, Telephone Chairman I OF ITS KIND IN FLORIDA, absolutely the most ;
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Hurricane Hunters Aid Mobile Homeowners,. Face

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Snowstorm PredictionsJaxNatlonal r { r Traveling Difficultiesby


Weather Service at altitudes as low as 600 feet to GMCMD.D. Black
forecasters are receiving extra gather and relay storm Information -
assistance in keeping track of ,forecasters are able to
east coast snowstorms this year determine when the snow will JT WASHINGTON-Recently, the Military Traffic
from the 'Hurricane Hunters' of fall and how much may be ex t Management and Terminal Service (MTMTS) issued a

Weather Reconnaissance pected in a given area. I warning to all service members about restrictions many

Squadron Four (VW-4). Working closely with the newly states .put on widths and lengths of towed trailers.
Prior to this time, civilian formed Regional Weather Centerin -
meteorologists based their New York, the officers and MTMTS has found that trailer
predictions on the frequently men of VW-4 fly their 'Super manufacturers have produced Many trailer parks discourage
unreliable information they Constellation' and 'Orion' air Ficeur Selects numerous trailers which are military personnel because of
received from scattered ship craft directly into the being sold as 12 feet when, in fact, their transient status, preferring
reports. snowstorms to collect data on their size may vary from 12 feet occupants who move> in 'per
Now, with the aid of the temperature, humidity, wind YN2 Forcier .. to 12 feet six inches. Aggravatingthe manently.' In some areas, parks
Hurricane Hunters and their direction and pressure. The problem is the fact that each require the installation of
radar-equipped aircraft which fly crew's findings are instantly state has its own criteria for awning, steps, skits, and other
radioed to the national 4th QuartermanJaxYN2 measuring the width and lengthof additions, all of which add to the

CLIPPER'SILVERLINE forecasters, delivering a precise a mobile home. cost of setting up residence.At .
picture of the storm's condition.The Alfred J. Forcier a Most states, MTMTS pointsout the present time, Joint
CRAFT snowstorm project is a yeoman with FICEUR, was will issue permits for the Travel Regulations authorized 74
MERCRUISER cooperative effort supported by selected as his command's movement of mobile homes up to cents a mile as the maximum
STERNDRIVES the Department of Commerceand Enlisted Man of the Quarter for 12 feet in width (exclusive of amount the goverment will pay
the Department of Defense. the fourth quarter in 1970. safety appurtenances) and 80 feet for transportation of a mobile

,.,;;, ,,;;. MERCURY OUTBOARDS It is effective from the beginning The award, presented by Capt. in length, including the prime home. Frequently, however the
laswSW SWWgW*. >";t of November through the end of E.R. Sourbeer, recognizes his mover (or motorized truck or amount charged by a carrier
'\'f March. During that period, the exceptional service as assistant cab), However, there are ex exceeds this allowance by 50
EXPERT Jacksonville-based weather intelligence analyst and ceptions. cents to as much as a dollar per
REPAIR SHOP squadron is on immediate call in departmental yeoman. He has Massachusetts requires that mile. Any charge beyond that 74
FACTORY, the event a storm should springup been cited for his dedication to the movement of a mobile home cents must come out of the
TRAINED : over one of the country's east duty and his aid in producing exceeding 10 feet in width must homeowner's pocket.
MECHANICS coast regions. superior intelligence products for be by means of a lowbed trailer. The use of an alternate mode of

m .. II; Long famous for their prowessin vital Sixth Fleet requirements. The states of Connecticut, moving the trailer (because of a
*:>r flying into the 'eye' of tropical YN2 Forcier was particularly Pennsylvania Illinois and state's restrictions) such as by
264-7835 storms to provide early warningto commended for developing a Mississippi will permit rail or truck also adds to the
INLET MARINE endangered com muni ties,the more efficient and effective filing movement of mobile homes up to man's moving bill. Likewise, if
Navy's Hurricane Hunters have system for raw intelligence information 12 feet wide, including safety damage occurs during movement
Sales & ServiceHwy proven they have seasonal and for his precise and appurtenances such as safety of the home, the owner may have
versatility by their participationin timely completion of essential lights on both sides of the frames. difficulty in holding the carrier
17 Orange Park this new winter program. department paperwork. State regulations differ with liable for damages.Also .
regards to length as ,well. Con- not covered in the towingfee
necticut restricts the movement are any expenses for
of trailers up to 75 feet in length, 'flagging or escort services, all
except on dual, divided high- tires and repairs, and additional
IM=-- $ ways, where trailers 80 feet long insurance not provided in the
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hold them when you buy any of and South Carolina restrict carried within the mobile home.
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fIE low. A total retail value of $1575. Illinois sets the maximum lengthat Support Angels'Blrtkclay

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5129 home-lack of housing at their stamp to the congressman of
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Hospital Upsets Eagles \ ,




59-58, Loses to AdminJax

6, ,
Previously unbeaten VP-16 lost to the Hospital in intramural American

League basketball action this week, while VP 5 and VW 4 continued with clean
1lIPtiii slates over in the National loop.
> -
llestor Bryan chipped In 19
points and Lynn Klein added 12 as and Bob Mackie added 12 as the winning pattern with a 45.31 lead
Hospital slipped by the Eagles,59 Admin squad built up a 42 34 at the half as three players hit in
58, in handing the patrolmentheir advantage at intermission. Roger double figures. Don Anderson hit
first loss of the season.In Dunlap was top shot for the for 20, followed by Ken Arthur
other games this week: Marines with 15. and Jeff Campbell with 15 and 13
FICEUU 59, NATTC 50s: The VW 4, 49 AMD 35: The respectively. Willard Martin of
Intelligence squad ran up a small Hurricane Hunters picked up FICEUR topped all players on
27 23 lead at the half before their fourth win of the season offense with 23.
coasting on to the win behind the against no losses with Bill Heath VP 5 95, 679th 44: Win numbers -
28. point performance of Willard leading the way with 18 markersand 7 for the Foxes against no
Martin. Jim Kafka adding 13. Ralph losses in National League play.
NARTU 51, Communications Tisdale hit for 21 of AMD's 35 Ken Arthur and Don Anderson
36: Dave Harden hit for 15 point total sparked the win on offense with
markers in aiding the winners to 679th 59, VA-203 51: Junior 18 and 17 point scoring efforts.
their American League victory. Aguon and Leonard Wincek MARTD 45, Air Ops 39: Steve
Admin 69, Marine Barracks 65: scored identical 16's as the Air Carpenter hit for 15 points and
Tommie Bowie pumped for 32IQMZ Force squad out-flew their Navy Marvin Franklin added another '.
foe 32 28 before the half. VA- 15 for the winners,who held a 30-

REBOUNDING Jerry Wactor goes up behind the board while 203's Jim Thomas was the game's 18 bulge after half the game.
driving for a shot against the Bees Guy Hitler in Tuesday's AMD scoring leader with 18. Admin 64, Hospital 63: Fresh
Bees clash. AMD took the game, 45.41. VP 5, 78, FICEUU 61: The from a one point victory over
Mad Foxes continued their VP-16, the Hospital couldn't pullit
out as Tommie Bowie turned In
.i-r WOMEN IN SPORTS a 31 point performance for
1. Who won the Olympic Gold Bowie Admin.Fred Jordan hit for 17 in a
Medal for figure skating in
1968? : winning effort. Restor Bryan
NAVY: SPORTS 2. Who completed a grand slam scored 22 markers and Lynn
of all major tennis tourna. Sparks Kelin added 21 for the Hospital
ments in 1970? squad, which had the lead at the
3. What former Wimbledon half 31 28.CammunicatUna.
champion gave up tennis 39, FI.pJnZ6

Intramural Participation 4. Who for golf is considered the VictoryJax : The communications five
world's fastest woman? picked up their first win of the
5. What tennis star of bygone -Behind 44-point scoring campaign with John Conville
Regulations AnnouncedJaxIf days Face?was" known as "Poker spree of Tommie Bowie the Jax leading the way with 18.

6. What former Olympic track Navy Fliers basketball taggedthe 'WfrW
star became one of the out- Garbologists of the Jax City
you are on active duty March 22. March 24 the meetingfor standing golfers of all League with a 89 .83 loss here : ODDS n' INS .
for a period of 90 days or longer track and field will be held. times? Friday night. ;
and not a'student at NATTC, you The estimated date to begin is 7. Suzanne Lenglen won fame The Fliers faced the local :
are eligible to compete in the April 16. The meeting for in what sport? squad after Tyndall AFB cancelled ...the IN place for
NAS Intramural Sports and organizing Softball will be held 8. Why was America's top ten. its trip to Jax to meet the ACCESSORIES I
nis star, Billie Jean King, .
Recreation Program.All March 31. The scheduled begin recently suspended from the Fliers in games tha t. were NORMANDY MALL
units and commands will ning date is April 19. International Lawn Tennis scheduled for Friday evening and Normandy Boulevard
receive an official Intramural April 28 the meeting for Association? Saturday afternoon. :. Vivian Brownlee, Owner '
Sports Entry and Forfeit Fee swimming is scheduled. Approximate 9. What man's sport have women Three other Fliers worked their .
Contract which must be endorsed opening date is May "invaded" recently? way into double figures as the WinterClearance
in Volleyball and basketball 10. Women compete for the its first win since ..
to participate a sport. 18. are Wrightman Cup in what squad picked up L.
,.;
now in progress. Pistol and rifle sport? early in the season.
Any team failing to have the dates will be announced later. RandyJameslaced the nets for : StIle
required number of people appear Answers 22 points for the Fliers, while
for scheduled will be 1. Peggy Fleming. Restor Bryan accounted for 11,
a game 2. Margaret Smith Court, Aus ( SAVE to 30%!
r. up
charged a forfeit fee to the Unit tralia. and Bob Mackie added 10. .
Recreation Fund.The first forfeitis Bowling 3. Althea Gibson. This weekend, the Fliers travelto ':'.
$20 and the additional one is 4. Chi Cheng, Taiwan. Patrick AFB where they'll : Wigs.Jewelry.H.tsSurves.LeatMr :
$10.,If a team forfeits onefourthof Captains... 5. Helen Wills Moody. play game Friday evening, and Goods
its scheduled games then the ((5. Babe Didrickson Zaharias. then meet the Air Force squad
7. Tennis. She was Wimbledon
team will be unable to participateIn champion five times in addition again on Sunday afternoon.
future competitions.Those titles.
to many other
Turn in 8. She played in an unsanctioned .
in the Golf Program are tournament.
reminded that all members must 9. Horse racing. Several women
have a paid-up greens fee card or Your Rosters have become jockeys, including I
Diane Crump, who
pay the daily greens fee for each rode in the Kentucky Derby.
match. 10. Tennis. REGENCY TOYOTA ,
Jan. 13 a meeting for
was ------ _.---------
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held.The estimated time to begin
the league is Feb. 8. The Golf Government Personnel Mutual
meeting will be held Feb. 17 and
is estimated to begin March 8. Life Insurance Company'specialists I ltlPiBOttl MRiSEOAH l
The meeting for tennis Is
scheduled for March 13. The
in service to the militar)1'JACKSONVillE
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iJ; Putt Us UnderJax .
How They're Dolphins I


StandingAmerican Jacksonville University The station's next varsity golf
defeated the air station's golf match will be played Jan. 29

; I squad, 17Vi-6%, on the station's against Cecil Field over Cecil's
links Friday. links.
JU's Billy Osterling fired a 74
League In leading the Dolphins to the win. ultJllf;
Chuck Simons of NATTC turnedin 'f.rl-.' ,
VP-16 6-1 .857 e ;" 1 PANOsA
a 78 as low man for the station,
Hospital 5-2 .714 .... while Bill Bernier of VA-203, and
Medical 4-2 .667
Herb White of VW-4 toured the
Admin 4-2 .667 course with identical 79's for the F yi f

MarBar 3-2 .600 .. Fliers. ......

AirOps NARTU MARTD 2-4 4-3 3-3 .571.500.333 1 1f ZQ ; .i.iI... __' ..w. .w


Comm 1-6 .143 f ._, 1Li "

FlapJax 0-7 H :., 'iNcomE TAR
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National League Tisdale down errant shot In front of the
OOPS Ralph pulls an PREPARED BY THE NATION'S FINEST TAX SERVICE
VP-5 7-0 1000 Seabee's Dennis Collins during intramural play Tuesday The AMD

VW-4 4-0 1000 squad won, 5441.Marine. Accurate prtpuritlon GUARANTEE ol your Ux return 0
Bee's 3-2 .600 U guaranteed. Wt will pay Interest or
penalty charted due to our error.
679th .500 2 UPFEDERAL
3-3 Shooters' WEEKDAYS SIAM"PM bAT It SUH 9AM-6PM >
FICEUR 3-3 .500 No Appointment NeceuaiyLxs
A-C MAINT. 2-3 .400 OR STATE
VA-203 1-3 .250 d SHU'THH
NATTC 0-4 Take 5 TrophiesJax

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MATSG's rifle team participated in these matches. 3 b 7372104NORTHSIDE ?fPyroN

NARTU 10-0 1000 earned five more trophies for the Five awards and trophies were : 22c 4y.
FICEUR 8-1 .889 command at the High Power presented to three of the team 9311 Lem 7643605iinun Turner
MATSG 6-4 .600 Rifle Match Sunday at the participants. Each man fired in
MARTD 6-5 .545 Gateway Rifle and Pistol Club. individual competition.MSgt. .
Five shooters participated in
VA-203 5-4 .556
received two
the National Rifle Association Pumphrey
VP-5 4-5 .444 awards,for 3rd Master Slow Fire
competition. They were; MSgt.
Medical .273
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and New
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