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Mrs. Howard Selected Top District Wife

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Jax Mrs Barbara Howard Navy wife, mother,

community leader, local Navy Wives Club president,
and all around 'super Navy saleslady' -has been namedas
the Sixth Naval District Wife of the Year.

The wife of AMSl Billie J.
Howard attached to the Naval of the year nominee on the basisof
Air Reserve Training Unit here, her active participation in
Mrs. Howard will now competewith numerous Navy and community
other top sea service wives activities.
for the title of Navy Wife of the addition to being president of
Year. the Navy Wives Club of America,
The woman selected as the Jax 86, Mrs. Howard performs
Navy's most outstanding wife volunteer services for the Red
will compete with wives from Cross and Navy Relief Societyand
other branches of the service for is a national NWCA chair
ir the title of Military Wife of the man. Her eagerness to lend a
_ -) I V Year, an honor that brings hand to military families with
..\- national recognition and the special needs has been cited as
1- chance to tell the story of the a contribution to the Navy's
American military family while retention program.A .
%' _J I traveling throughout the country. mother of four children, Mrs.
Mrs. Howard was named Howard is a member of the PTA
'; I district wife for 1970 on the eve of Project Committee and has beena
her installation as president of Cub Scout den mother for two
Nary Wives Club of America,Jax years. She has extended her
I No. 86! for a second term. (See volunteer services to the
installation story on page 9)) Jacksonville community by
A Navy wife for the past 12 participating in various health
; years, Mrs. Howard was namedas fund drives and the Florida
RAdtn. Lawrence Htyworth Jr. congratulates Mrs. Barbara Howard on her selection as Sixth
II' the Sixth Naval District's wile Society for the Prevention, of
Naval District Wife of the
year.
I Blindness. She has also donated
many hours of her spare time
'. working with and counseling
underprivileged children from
the Jacksonville Juvenile Shelter
and the Way Inn (shelter for
youthful drug abusers).
On several occasions Mrs.
Howard has had the opportunityto
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demonstrate American
hospitality to visitors from
VOL. 28 NO. 44 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA FEBRUARY 4, 1971 foreign countries. When Marina
I Bespovla, a Russian woman,
was flown to the Naval Hospitalfor
:
" P-3 Orion Debuts with Hurricane Hunters Soviet emergency ship, surgery Mrs. Howard from a

provided the friendship and

The Hurricane Hunters of VW-4 have received the consideration which helped ease
the woman's strain of ill
;r first of several WP-3A Orion aircraft which are being
and away from home. In April
scheduled to replace all six of their WC-121 Super 1970 when a group of allied t.;
, Constellation hurricane hunting aircraft in the future. foreign officers visited the air

/ The Orion proved to be the top station, Mrs. Howard formulatedthe
candidate for selection because Connies for 13 years with more idea of presenting each with
i of its reliability, great range, than 66,000 accident free hours. an American Flag desk set and a I
i excellent flying qualities and Although the plane can maintain Navy lapel pin compliments of
t. :. good performance at both high straight and level flight after an local Navy Wives Club. And when
and low altitudes. In a series of engine failure while climbing Pearl Ohayen arrived here from
tests during Hurricane Inga in from the eye of a hurricane, the + bWENGINE 3v (Continuedon Page)
October 1969.the Orion came out WP-3A can climb at a greater
on top for storm*worthiness over rate on only three engines.For Taking Leave?
three aircraft tested.
.. safety reasons Super
VW 4 has flown the Super Conies were frequently limitedto
less than maximum weight Telephone OOD
takeoffs at airfields which cut its
More Weekend range and endurance. Navy To Check In, OutJax
engineers calculate that the
Bowling Set Orion will rarely, if ever, be Checking in and out of
limited to less than maximum leave will no longer be a time
Jax -. Special Services weight takeoffs at airfields now consuming task for Navy personnel -
announced this week that used by the. weather recon at NAS Jax, due to the
i I weekend bowling hours will be naissance squadron. .. recent notice from the Chief of
I II .
,
II expanded at the Bowling ,
t I Naval Personnel authorizing all
{ i G Alley,. effective tomorrow Wives Plan PartyJax .:' Navy personnel to phone in and
The Bowling Alley will now be ."' ., off leave.
from 8 Friday until The CPO Wives have
open a.m. d-
Under this new procedurewhich
scheduled a Valentine Dinner
Sunday without
closing.midnight Bowling will be 25 Party for 7 p.m. next Friday at TURNUP- Hurricane Hunters AMHC Ralph FtWer (r) was issued last month,
cents line from midnightto the Chief's Club. and ADRC Ken Bendy, both VW-4 flight engineers, check over a fuel Navymen may pick up their
8 a.m.per on both Saturday and The price for club members is panel in the cockpit of the squadron's first WP-3A Orion. The squadron leave papers on the last working
Sunday. $2.25 each and for non-members engineers are conducting routine maintenance turnup on the, plane day before their leave begins.
$2.50 each.a prior to a test flight. They may then phone the OOD
officer prior to departure at the

I Assistant Station CMAA Gets Bronze Star Medalticipation and same date time of leave they in enter the appointed the time

space.
Jax BM1 Jerry J. Martin, river patrol boat with River in civic action gunners suppressed the enemy This authorization,an apparent
assistant to the NAS Chief Division 532. On patrol he programs in the area fire while he drew alongside the answer to enlisted complaintsabout
Master-at-Arms, has been boarded and searched numerous Martin was specifically cited lead patrol boat. going out of their way to
awarded the Bronze Star Medal junks and sampans, interdictedcross for an incident on July 17, 1970 Upon discovering that five 01 check in and off leave, may not be
with Combat Vietnam from river traffic, enforced when his patrol was ambushed the six crewmen had been in- used to extend leave of absence.
November 1969 until October curfew, transported Allied troopsto while on its way to a waterborne jured, BM1 Martin gave them Individuals must phone the OOD
1970. and from enemy shore areas guardpost on the Grand Canal. immediate first aid treatment from the immediate area of the
The 27 year old Navyman and provided fire support for According to his citation, Petty prior to their medical evacuation.As station not from hundreds of
participated in more than 245 besieged units or outposts. He Officer Martin brought his boat boat captain, Martin was miles away on liberty.
combat patrols as boat captain of was also credited for his par- into a narrow canal where his cited for courage under fire.


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ReconciliationA JIt BJr J rn w


Forgotten; t : Word +r rnwCatholic


WEEKDAYS
By Robert Hubbard,Jr.,, SuppeMto I,.'
to 1 p.m.
CIIC,USNRLet' GALLEY NO. II Breakfast-6 to 7:30: ..rru DlnneMI a.m. 1

5:30 p.m. Sandwich lint served at dinner only. Dlnner.11 a.m. to 12j0: p.m.;
Breakfast.S:30: to 7 a.m.'
,play word association. I'll resent his calling us 'sinners' and Supper.5to GALLEY b:1S: p.m.II Sandwich line open In Wing S and 6 at d inner only.
HOLIDAYSBOTH
pointing out our faults. 'I'm just WEEKENDS AND 8runch.9:30: a."' to
say a word, and you tell me the Breakfast.6:30: to 1:30: a.m.,
GALLEYS Early NAVAL AIR STATION
first thing that comes into your not that bad, we say. But this
4 to 5:30: a.m.;
12:30: p.m.I Supper ner.ndBrUnch.70cenSuPper.5Scents.
mind. Try this one: estrangement from God keeps us COMRATS prices Breakfast.2SCentS;
polarization.' 'That's easy' you estranged from each other. The following menu l Is served at both galleys. Saturday Mass 5 P.M. Sunday
Mass 8 and 11 A.M. Daily Mass
say 'Lots of examples here Here's where Jesus Christ sets I Monday, February
Friday, February Buttered Grits, Monday 11 A.M. Tuesday
parents who fight, kids who don'tget us straight. His death ended the BREAKFAST-Buttered Hominy BREAKFAST-Hot Eggs to
Fried Friday
through 11:30:
Boiled Eggs A.M.
with their parents Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggsto Hard
along Grits Hard
war between us and God, verified French Toast, Grilled PorkSausage
Confessions .
of Order Saturday
10:30
Toast, Choice :
Order, French
lifers versus airmen, the liberal that God wants to be our friend, Patties, Minced Beef, Hash
Blueberry
Slices A.M.
Fish Fillets Ham 11:15:
.
conservative split in politics, andso and ratified the plan whereby we Muffins. Brown Potatoes, Maple Bars.DINNERTurkey Roast NATTC .
Noodle Soup
on.' A good start.'reconciliation! can become his friend. What does DINNER-Manhattan Clam Chowder, Turkey Log, Brown Turkey Gravy, Sunday Mass-9:30_: A.MJbldg.I 500
Try another: God expect of us? Simply Baked Meat Loaf or Baked Tuna and Bread Dressing, Mashed Potatoes,
That's a tough one a forgotten that Gravy Mashed Beets In
surrender to him, admitting Noodles Brown Buttered Green Beans Sunday Worship 10 A.M.Protestant
word in our day. But if we're as bad as he says, and Potatoes, Macaroni with Tomatoes Peas 8., Orange Sauce, Strawberry Chiffon .

polarization is today's most accepting his love. We must let Cheese Pineapple, Pie.SANDWICH Buttered. Green Pie

pressing problem reconciliation him help us to get along we LINEFish Portion SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Ham
Is the most effective solution. can't do it alone.Reconciliation. Sandwich burgers or Cheeseburgers.
We're afraid to be reconciled SUPPER-Chlcken Rice Soup, Deep SUPPER-Vegetable Sout Braised
to become friends with another is not easy. God Fried Fish or El Rancho Stew, Home Liver & Onions or Beef Porcupines, NAVAL AIR STATION
Fried Potatoes, Buttered BrOCColi. Brown Gravy, Lyonnalse Potatoes,
We're too busy strugglingfor demands that we surrender to
person. Spears, Mexican Corn, Blueberry Pit Baked Macaroni & Cheese, Buttered
survival we've got no him. And friendship demands Saturday,F.bruary'8REAKFASTChllled Mixed Vegetables, Glazed Crullers. Sunday
strength left for friendship. compromise. But the Biblical Orange Juice, Tuesday, February
Besides, we're not quite ready to solution to polarization still Hot Hominy Grits, Hard Boiled Eggs, BREAKFAST-Chllled PineappleJuice Holy Communion 8:30: A.M. .
quit protecting ourselves and to stands. 'Be reconciled to God' (II Fried Eggs to Order, French Toast, Hot Oatmeal, Hard Boiled Bldg. 750; Church School 9:15:
Griddle Cakes Choice of Bacon, Hamor Eggs, Fried Eggs to OrderGriddle
become dependent on someone Corinthians 5:20): ). Then God will Minute Steaks, Hash Brown Cakes,. Grilled Luncheon Meat, A.M.
else. help you get along with others. Potatoes, Pecan Rolls. Creamed Chipped Beef, Cottage Fried Junior,Church (nursery grade

But there's a deeper problem: Are you reconciled to God He's BRUNCH-Frled Eggs to Order, Potatoes, Iced Cinnamon Raisin 6)) 10:30: A.M.; Divine Worship

we're on the 'outs' with God ready to take you back if you'll let Breakfast Meat or Grilled Hamburgers Rolls. Rice Soup, YankeePot Service : A.M. Bldg. 750;
DINNER-Beef
we're really his enemies. We him. Cheeseburgers French Roast, Beef Stock Gravy Rissole Junior Youth Fellowship 1:30:
Baked
Fried Poatoes Potato Chips
Rice, P.M. Bldg. 722 Senior Youth
,
Beans, Iced Fruit Filled Rolls, Potatoes Steamed Lyonnalse ;
WIFE OF THE YEARCon't Raspberry Jello with Whipped Cream. Wax Beans, Buttered Broccoli, Fellowship 1:30 P.M. -Bldg. 722.

( from Pg. 1)) SUPPER-Grilled Pork Chops, Cream Martha Washington Cream Pie. Tuesday
Gravy, O'Brien Potatoes, Fried Rice, SANDWICH LINE-Variety Meat
Morocco, with little knowledge Buttered Carrots, Buttered Brussel Sandwich.
of our country's customs or Sprouts, Assorted Cup Cakes. SUPPER-Creole Soup, Barbecued Christian Science Service 7
Sund.yF.bru.ry7IREAKFAST..Hot Pork Loin, Barbecue Sauce, French P-M': .
language, Mrs. Howard bridgedthe
Buttered
Rice
Fried Potatoes Fried
Wheat Cereal, Tuesday
language barrier with Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Cream Peas, Glazed Blsmarks.
friendship and a cup of coffee and Order, Griddle Cakes, Choice of
helped the newcomer get Bacon, Ham or Minute Pork Chops, Wednesday, February 10 Senior Choir Rehearsal.7 P.M.
.
Farina, Hard
Cottage Fried Potatoes, Iced Double BREAKFAST Bldg. 750
acquainted with the Americanway
Snails. Boiled Eggs Fried Eggs to Order, .
of life. BRUNCH-Frled Eggs to Order, French Toast, Grilled Bacon Slices, ,NAVALIIOSPITAL
'I'm happiest volunteering' Breakfast Meat or Submarine Sand. Creamed Ground Beef Hash Brown

others,' says the new Sixth Naval wiches, French Fried Potatoes, Potatoes, Iced Bear Claws. Roast Dine Worship 10 a.m.
Pot Soup
DINNER-Pepper
Potato Salad, Baked Beans Iced
District Wife of the Year and
Horse Shoe Rolls, Cherry Pie. Boneless Veal, Brown Gravy, Mashed NATI'CDivine
more than 3,000 hours of SUPPER..Grilled Beef Steak, Potatoes Sausage Bread Dressing, ,;

charitable service in the past 'SftLf. w1-YtuY $ ttttsAS f 4RY1IMe Mushroom Gravy, Oven Brown Buttered Broccoli Spears, O'Brien.. .
Potatoes Simmered Green Beans, Corn, Dutch Apple Pie. Worship -11 \.M. Bldg.
to
year provide ample testimony : 11&f (vu t tt<+eP1tEI11UES '
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-A drug lecture was givenin produce the alcoholic will create
i\ Hangar 1000 Jan. 29 for the the addict; ((3)) An important
Mad Foxes' of VP 5. difference between alcohol and
". Although such a lecture is a marijuana is that marijuana
normal occurrence as part of the consumption is not sell-limiting;
., squadron's continuing programto ((4)) The possession of marijuanais
"'.'.,'.". fight drug abuse, this one was not illegal in many countries,
"t ". unique in that it was given by a but where it is, the penalities may
':;:tl!::: very attractive brunette, Mrs. go as far as execution; ((5))
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"' ; "\" Diane Fatten,a psychiatric nurse Although marijuana does not
:' ;" '/! ., ;, Clinic in Jacksonville.The the situations and atmosphere in
'BII'i presentation centered which it is obtained and used are
., around the film 'Marijuana highly conducive to taking the
..--:1J Your Own Decision,' which is an step, often without fully realizingit
objective, youth oriented look at to such drugs as heroin.
1i. N the pros and cons of marijuana Although the film does not

_. .n ..._#_ ._ usage. Narrated by Sonny Bonoof entirely live up to its claims ,of
( Sonny and Cher), it takes a strict objectivity, it does make
COMING AND ooINO'Former Patron Five CO Cdr. Thomas and his wife Marian cut the first look at teenage marijuana users, judgements which avoid moral
slice of the celebration cake following the squadron's change"of command ceremony, as new Com not so much to preach against the implications by concentratingless
manding Officer Cdr. Darker and his wife Lola observe. 'drug problem' as to analyze the on the harm an individualmay
facts and misconceptions inflict himself as on what
on
Cdr. Barker Takes Charge of VP5Jax using surrounding'pot. the arguments for inflict marijuana on society.Furthermore usage.may lead him to

There is a great deal in the
Patrol Squadron Five among! Atlantic Fleet Squadrons.The master's degree in international film worthy of serious con- it refutes claims
received a new commanding new leader of VP-5 was relations from the American sideration for example: ((1)) that drug usage solves problems,
officer Jan. 15 when Cdr. GeorgeD. formerly the squadron'sexecutive University.lie has also studied at Alcohol and marijuana are aids in 'self discovery', or increases
Barker took charge of the officer lie served in the Naval War College in equally dangerous when taken in artistic creativity.The .
. 'Mad Foxes', relieving Cdr. that capacity for a year, and Newport, ,R.I. sufficient quantities to produce lecture, for those com
Richard T. Thomas. accompanied the 'Mad Foxes' on Cdr. Barker and his wife Lola physical effects; whereas by no mands interested in presenting
RAdm. Mayo A. Hadden, their deployment to Sigonella, reside in Orange Park with their means do all those who try 'pot another, was arranged by Lt .
commander Fleet Air Wings Sicily last spring.Designated four children. go on to hard drugs; ((2) The Krekel and the VP 5 drug
Atlantic, was the guest speakerat a naval aviator in same personality defects which control committee.7zzziti .
the change of command 1955, Cdr... Barker has since
ceremony.His comments praisedthe served with a variety of -=--
recent accomplishments of squadrons and, spent several %
Patron Five, Including their deployments in Vietnam. He
winning of the CNO Safety and holds a bachelor's degree in \
Maintenance Awards which political science from the
designated them as outstanding University of Mississippi and a

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Exchange Pilot Wins Civilians Recognized At Cecil I

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Coleman Ralph A. Carnley, Clerk of the
Captain T. T.
Coveted Silver Star Department
presented 'Length of Service Air Operations of
Awards' to Cecil Field Civilian received a pin for 30 y..rs
'Winning a Silver Star is AFB,Florida, the Captain earned employees Wednesday, January Federal Service. lie has teen at
sometimes being In the right the Silver Star for duty in Viet Cecil Field since 1953.
place at the rfffht time.: said nam. Flying his F-100 Super 27.Emmett 0. Elder, Mechanical Marvin L. Dawkins, Shop
Captain William V. Keenan Sabre from Phan Rang AFB, he Engineering Technician, of Planner, of the Public Works
January 18 after he received one was asked to assist ground troops Public Works Department Department received a pin for 30
of the nation's highest medals for battling the enemy. Despite bad received a pin for 30 years of years Federal Service. He
valor. weather and mountainous Federal Service. He worked his retired from 20 years in the NavyIn
Capt. Keenan also received the terrain, Capt. Keenan's air way up from a Plumber to a 1960, at which time he came to r
Distinguished Flying Cross, ten strike provided the fire power Mechanical Engineering work at Cecil Field. t
Oak Leaf Clusters to the Air needed to assist the Army.He Technician GS-11. Lapel pins for 20 years Federal
Medal and the Air Force Com flew with the 352nd Tactical Service were presented to BobbyJ. 1 .

mendation Medal in ceremoniesheld Fighter Squadron in Vietnam. Allen, of the Air Operations --..-.._.
at Shaw AFB, South Today Capt. Keenan is par- Dept.; Evelyn R. Bishop, MaudieE. Ralph A. Carnleywere
Carolina ticipating in the Air Force-Navy Bonner, Kenneth W. DeMay,
Now assigned to the 33rd Pilot exchange program. Flying Julian G. Dixon, Valentine received by Thomas C.

Tactical Fighter Wing, Eglin. from Cecil Field, he helps train ,. Hennermann, Chrystina Kauf- Chastain, Air Ops. Dept; Ralph
Navy attack pilots with Attack r ferlin, Robert B. Martin, and W. Blanchard, 'Safety Officer;
/ Squadron One Seventy Four He Helen E. Mowery of the Supply James D. Bradford, C, T. Kaf-
will work in the exchange for Department; Robert M. Brown, ferlin,and Oairie G. Spivey of the
about two years and then returnto James F. Cox Francis G. Supply Dept.; Ben E. Brazzell,
an Air Force unit flying the A* Dowling, and Ralph H. Mosher of, Thomas R. 'O'Brian, James
7D Corsair II. the Public Works Department; Reason, and Leroy C.A. Toske of
I A native of Rockville Center, and Albert L. Tanner of the Data the Public Works Dept; and
i New York, Capt. Keenan Processing Department. Ernest R. St. John of the Admin.
received a B.S. degree in Basic Silver belt buckles or silver Dept.

Sciences from the U.s. Air Force charm bracelets for 15 years Lapel pins for 10 years con-
Academy in 1963. He and his wife, Emmett O. Elder continuous service at Cecil Field tinuous service at Cecil Field
Margaret, have four children.
were received by Larmon B.
Gandy,and Elizabeth A. Grangerof
I the Public Works Dept.; LouiseB.
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.l V Lizanbee of the Public Works

I A MIMI"central C.ar entrance toytrteparatet Dept; ,and Ina T. Dobbs, Comp-
the,living and qulft troller Dept,. Glenda L. Seldon,
ot
areas Cl You'll find 1
X' BUY bedrooms, t lams end many CiV. Pers. Dept.; and Gayle S.
roomy closets plus a free .
dining family room room fireplace Why not(Include optional a BIG CHIEF TIRE CO. PRESENTS. Taylor Admin, Dept.
In_your plant I _
the perfected radial tire.
The Monthly meeting of the
NOW! THE Cecil Field Rod and Gun Club will
I BRIDGESTONE be held at Lake Neuman this

evening at 730.;

Model ." SUPER SPEED
Add It oil up and you will tee why '
thlt It to popul.r a model 3Bedroomi
1 Batht,' huge RADIAL
( RD20)Check
)
screened In porch large utility ,
I Interest t t Rates t tine long homo low tweeplng on o modest llnei budget.MeM truly.a

may never be lower! These Features: S
1. longer fjfe- Rigid. belts under the N

Now is the time to buy! tread 2. Greater reduces Stopping tread movement Power-&Even wear on

wet streets broking power is 50% great,
As the Inflation spiral continues prices of|lust C-ll 4' er than ordinary tires
bout everything art Increasing But the Two cart can rail comfortably tn
VALUE of homn Is '"roomy.garage of C-lt and you ....AfUIltC." .
Increasing .t. ttlll have lott tl ttorago room.A 3. ... i1
tremendous rate also. So don't delay,buy that classic, courtyard entrance, Increased Cornering Paw, IF. A.
hoMe of your dreamt In quiet, comfortable tpactout living and dining areat er- Get 60% greater ] EngravingRing
fetllalr! TODAY You'll be glad you dldl ,family fireplace,room throe with bodroomt optional,'..plus filet-Eire ExtIuslYt power than regular tires cornering Sizing .,
too clan to count all
combine many to make this ther BiL llle's Dealer.estoneTire Repair i WorkPerformed :'- !!!!!!'_ !!
tlvlnoMf Bollelr I mod* built son 4. Get Better Gas
; Mi.
> On Premises
17,250 to Ra fiat
121,000 Bridsnper Speed leage Gasoline mileage is CREDITTERMS
increased 10%

sets"P ALL FROM SIZES THE AVAILABLE SMALLEST Military AVAILABLE Accounts I
'
Welcomed!
Clay County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Community! IMPORTS TO CADILLACS

S'ELL.A.IEI.HOME :: :: BIG CHIEF 9 I

:BUJLDERS: I2STC.: a

Member of National Jacksonville Home Builders Associations OPEN .6 MONDAY THRU SATURDAY Jonathan

f:
Jewelers
You're cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience IA1lKAMER WI 6015 HANDING ILVOT7l3442I .
A.M.to Dark.Travel South on Blanding Blvd. (Hwy No.21)) I welcomeher* 1 2109 MAVFORt RD, 246-4I2S 1704 Dan Highway and Linda 17,Boatwright Orange Park jj;. I

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rV Questions and AnswersQUESTION i


.PL : I was eligible for when applying for a permit to I'I'J '

*
:s r shore duty prior to going to 'C' drive and park his car on a j jr
school. Will I go to shore duty military installation? J
upon completion of school? ANSWER: According to ,
SECNAVINST 5560.1D of Nov. 4.
ANSWER: When you are neeionly
1969, all military personnel
F nearing completion of school, an certify in writing that they f
flI from that
___ availability report the required liability r
school will come to the Chief of possess )
insurance when applying for 1 s
Naval Personnel. The
authorization to operate or park a .
will be routed to
availability your ,
motor vehicle on a military base.
rating controller who will at that
-ij 'Any further
1 time determine whether your requirement the
next assignment will be to shore instruction states, 'to support
.... ,,
possession of automobile liability --
duty or whether it will be
insurance Is
s tF necessary for you to go to a short prohibited.
QUESTION: Is it possible to TRESSES-If cinemactress Sal.
sea tour prior to the shore duty
reenlist under the STAR programfor li SachM hadn't 'let her hair
assignment. a set of orders? grow long, we wouldn't be able ,
QUESTION: Is a Navyman ANSWER: No. The STAR to print this picture. (Photo
required to present his program guarantees advance courtesy American Internatlon-
automobile insurance policy training only. al Pictures)

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EXCHANGE FIRST Cdr. M.J. Oft, NAS Jax Exchange
officer, and Bert Miller, retail director of the Navy Resale System with a Fill-R-UP
Office in Brooklyn N.Y., Inspect the exchange facility at the Hospital.The .
facility will serve as the Navy's first experiment in operating a
budget store for its patrons Jax was selected as the pilot program for
the budget concept, and the year long program may be the basis for CARNAUBA WAX II U
the Resale System expanding the concept to other installations. Ex. USE 10jjjT
pected to be opened in late April, the local budget store will feature N.
YOUR
mostly clothing, with prices to range from 25 to 50 percent below V
current exchange prices according to exchange officials. Through CREDIT / 0
careful buying methods, the local exchange plans to handle quality CARD E
merchandise at the store, but offer budget prices. 1 1 E
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reasonable deal refused Bring your title.

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70 TOYOTAWagon 1595
49 CHEVELLE Door Hardtop 2315
49 DODGE'440' 4. Door V-8,Air cond.,Auto.trans., 1515
Power steering, R 8.H,WWT.
48 YW VAN Bunk beds, Dresser drawers Drapery' 1550 1
Wall to. Wall Paneling.
48 OPEL KADETTWagon 127
47 VW Fastback, R&H ms I
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44 VWSQUAREBACK 99$
44 INTERNATIONALWagon 119

"6 OLDS FORD Delta Custom"88"Door 4 Door' Hardtop. 119 87$ (Usually $1.00 Our Regular Price 75 ) ,

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Cold Viruses Respond



To Warm Hospitality


takes more advantage of a gracious host than a virus.
WASHINGTON-Nothing
mIserable cold, or any numb of
flu a
the
of ,
The result can be a bad case chicken
childhood ailments as pox
familiar '
such
other diseases, including

mumps, and measles. _____.__ .__ _?

A true parasite, the virus is a of the viruses 1939, though they were known to
controlled many
ninute entity that shows no sign earlier.
the body's natural exist decades Only in the
rf life until it bumps into an that storm with the
the National last 20 years help of
defenses, reports
obliging:>> host cell. The nucleic of Allergy and Infectious electron microscopes and high
Institute
acid from the intruder may speed centrifuges, have scien-

become part of the cell,itselfa and the However Diseases., one of the most tists been able to indentify,
virus can reproduce virus-caused illnesses, the photograph,and measure them.
of living comon
prime characteristic common cold, still defies{ Once in a test tube, a virus can
F things. preventive efforts since it is enjoy a long life. A sample
'441 ti. +rr Seeks a Good Match caused by at least 60 different preserved for three decades In
viruses. Each would require a one laboratory could still kill

Every virus particle, or virion, separate vaccine. rats.
central core of nucleic Some viruses live in peaceful Several hypotheses have been
contains
acid surrounded a by a protein coexistence with healthy cells suggested to explain the origin of
before symptoms of viruses.They may have evolved
for
i r- coating, the National Geographic years
The cell continues disease-producing bacteria.
match infection appear.
Society says,When a good
exists between virion and cell, its normal activities, even Some virologists believe they
the two become attached. In dividing into other cells. Then, were once part of normal cells
may
some cases, the acid enters for no known reason, one of these that lost the ability to reproduce
alone. More commonly, the cell begins wildly producing copies of except by becoming parasites.

,; NEGRO HISTORY WEEK BT2 Thenus Webster browses through swallows the cirion whole, the dormant virus.
a selection from the NATTC library's newly acquired collection of mistakenly treating it as food. AssumesIany! Shapes Bonds
I spedalbibliographlesand displays featured for Negro History Week, Like a well-trained saboteur, Virusescan take the form of Buy V S.Savings
} February 7 14. The library would appreciate suggestions from the nucleic acid causes the pretzels, corkscrews, raspberries *
readers to help add to the current collection of Negro literature. healthy cell to cease normal tadpoles, toadstools,
functions and start manufac- needles and cupcakes.
.1 l Aviation Museum: Needs Funds turing copies of the virus. Within Whatever their appearance, CUPPEWLVEKLWET.CKAFT' '
half an hour perhaps 100 to 200 they are fantastically tiny. Aboutone
PENACOLA.-The Naval original mission of inspiring viruses are produced. The cell million could fit into a single MERCRUISER
\ Aviation Museum Association is Naval and Marine Corps student bursts, and the ciruses scatter, red blood cell. It would take a STERNDRIVES
seeking pledges for $3JDOO,000 for aviators to become more deeply each ready to invade another million-million-million polio
a new museum to be built here. dedicated to their profession. viruses to fill a pin pong ball. MERCURY
I r would also help educate the cell.Vaccines have effectively No one ever saw a virus until OUTBOARDS
the important role of
public on
Headed Adm. Arthur W.
by Naval aviation in national :
EXPERT
Radford, (Ret), the Association defense. REPAIR ::;:
already has some $1,000,000 deduc- SHOP
Contributions are tax
pledged, mostly from aviation tible, and all donors will be 1:1:
industry.The building, which will !::
in the
awarded membership An IBM
cost$4,000,000, would be paid for association in categories commensurate Computer 'Iihm\l:t
aviator would
if each Naval with the amount of ; \ :
contribute at least$10 a year for their donations. Programmer can, earn 264-9835
the next three
years. be
Further Information can
obtained by writing Naval INLET MARINE
The new buidling will permitthe Aviation Museum, Naval Air $12,000 per year
museum to carry out its Station, Pensacola, Fla. 32508. Sales & Service

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ks .Hush Puppies, polalocS r ,,;, -,,-,-,-..
cocktail / C 2 New 60 x 12 Quality Mobile Homes

lye Favorites 7PC.ALUM1MSET 7

plate. Was $7495..NOW
$565Q Heavy-gauge aluminum lets

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Was. $7695..NOW $5974Both water to save vitamins! 1 & 2

qt. covered saucepans, 5-qt.

b home -high quality, Duluxe Furniture, covered Dutch oven, lOVi"
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I Enlisted Advisory Board Air Force Sgt.


Posts Local Member List Awarded MedalJax


I 'I The Air Force Commendation
Here's a list of the persons to contact if you have a Medal was presentedto

suggestion or complaint which you would like to bring to Sgt Larry A. Nelson by MaJ.
I the Enlisted Advisory Board's attention. Included are Kenneth P. Tevebaugh, commander

,, the duty phone numbers of each member at which he rtT'1I of here.the 679th Radar
be called Squadron
hours.
may during working Sgt. Nelson demonstrated

AIR OPS: ADR2 Horace-3552 outstanding professional skill
AIROPS : Llnsenmayor2516 Honke-3003 I while serving in Vietnam from
or 2517 DATA PROCESSING: DP3 Dec. 1969 to Oct. 1970 as a barrier
{ AMD: ADR3 Widner-3156 and Glenn-2698 z maintenance specialist. The 21 -
SN Seymour-3055 DENTAL: DT2 Linhardt-2421 or year-old sergeant served at Tuy
AMD: ADR1 Pryor-3526 3504() Hoa Air Base with the 31st Civil
AOMDiAMHl: Russell-3195 GALLEY 1CSC: Scott-3302 Engineering Squadron.'The .
DOQ: SD2 Nlcolasora-3147 MEDICAL: 11M3 Dawkins-3403 diligence and initiative
COMMUNICATIONS: RM2ppN't displayed by Sgt. Nelson in the
MILPERS: PN2 Miller-3163 and performance of his duties are

OVf o YOUCCI / PN1 Wheeler-3164 or 3165 VIETNAM SERVICE REWARDED Following the presentation/ of indicative of his outsstanding
lI SECURITY: Jenkins-2662 or the Navy Commendation Medal during a mid January ceremony at abilities.' said TSgt. Eugene W.
i S 2629 MARTD, GySgt. George F. Selby Jr. gets his medal adjusted by his Koenig, assistant information
SUPPLY: AN WIse-3302 wife Helen, as LtCol. D. G. Ranney, MARTD commanding officer officer. He added that t the
WEAPONS: A03 Oatsvall3337and looks on. GySgt. Selby,now assigned as MARTD's public affairs/ chief, distinctive accomplishments of
AOl SUneman-2168 earned the award while serving in Vietnam as public affairs chief the sergeant reflect credit upon
CBU: E02 Peters3385NAS and assistant public affairs officer of the 1st Marine Division himself and the United States Air
: BMCM Pitts3161Navy from Oct. 16 to Sept. 1970. Force as well as contribute
greatly to the mission in Viet-

Fights Alcoholic Problem nam.Sgt. Nelson arrived at the 679th
Radar Squadron Nov. 17, 1970,
and is working as an Electrical
I cJr SIIINTON-With all the talk Alcoholism and Narcotics.The and adulthood, Power Production Technician.His .
I about the drug problem, one does program has been going on Loneliness and diminished in- hometown is Albion, Mich.
not hear as much about another for a little over two years, and in teraction of the serviceman with
C/auan problem that has been with the that time about 550 officers and the civilian community.By 'Tr
Navy, and society in general for enlisted men have been treated. expanding and pursuing an
some time: alcoholism.The It's estimated that about 43 intensive treatment program,
c problem is present and percent of those treated show Capt. Zuska feels the Navy could
pressing, although to what extentin improvement. 'unquestionably imrove the health
5821 San Juan at Niblick the Navy is difficult to Although the extent of and efficiency and lessen the
Phone 384-4406 ascertain, according to Navy alcoholism in the Navy is cost. of operation, of the Navy.'
Capt. Joseph J, Zuska, MC, whois unknown, Capt. Zuska says that The Long Beach Dispensary, at
e 1,2 and J BEDROOMS coordinating a program to civilian industry has found that this time, is a prototype treat-
GARDEN TYPE APART. treat Navy personnel for an estimated five percent of the ment center. According to Capt.
MENTS alcoholism. work force are alcoholics, and Zuska, the program has been
1 INDIVIDUAL, AIR CON. Recently Capt. Zuska, who is in each one costs the corporation a wholeheartedly endorsed by
DRAPES DITIONING FURNISHED AND HEATING charge of an alcoholic minimum of $1,500 a year. Navy officials in the Bureaus of
WALL TO WALL CARPETING rehabilitation center at the Naval Factors that may contribute to Personnel. and Medicine and
LARGE SWIMMING POOLS Station,Long Beach,Calif., madea alcoholism among Navymen are: Surgery, as well as the local
statement on the research .Prolonged separation from the commanding officers at the
going on there to the U.S. Senate family, Naval Station, Long Beach.
Special Subcommittee of .Low prices of alcoholic There has also been generous
beverages in overseas areas, cooperation and encouragementfrom
.The mystique that the ability to civic groups involved in
drink heavily is proof of manhood treating alcoholism. COMMANDER OF THE 679th
1, RADAR SQUADRON, Mal.

Good chance we're going (;;;Pr Kenneth Air P.Force Tevebaugh Commendation,presentsthe

\, IA ..' THE Medal to Sgt. Larry A. Nelson.
wher you're going


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Entertainment nltely, Quarterdeck Lounge A Dial FinanceThe
(JAMTO) Restaurant 2)0 Beautiful Rooms Dine at Biter's Seafood
Swimming Pool, Free Undercover with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic one for the money.
J 'Locations to Serve You Parking/
40 W. Monroe St.
NAS JAX: Bldg. 11 Main Gate Ext. 2449 or 387.2811 356-0735
HOURS: 0745 1700 Monday thru Friday i4tlliV4VE4j. 5256 Beach Blvd.
NAS CECIL: Finance Office, Phone 771-3211, Ext. 8122 (f 396-2395

0800.1500 R HOTEL .. 1OT1. 4721 San Juan Ave.
.
MAYPORT: Building 24, Phone 246-5427 384.2314
0800 1600 Monday thru Friday 901 Main Street Phone 355.3744 1436 Edgewood Ave.W
Within walking distance to all points of Interest. 764.2583
Loans to $600
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I Candlelight Ceremony Marks Wives Club Installation I

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Jax-In a ceremony as impressive as the work they do

for the Navy and community, members of Navy Wives

Clubs of America, Jacksonville No. 86, installed a new 1 4 i
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slate of officers in an atmosphere of glowing candles at 'x
the Top of the Mayflower Saturday night { { _

Mrs. Barbara Howard heads
the new slate of officers, after
being elected president for a Mayor Tanrler Talks
second term.
Jacksonville Mayor Hans
Others retaining their positionsfor Tanzler also dropped In during
a second year include Mrs. the evening to congratulate the
Rita Brown, vice president; and club's new officers and
Mrs. Judy O'Rourke, recording acknowledge its participation in
secretary. the community over the past
Rounding out the new slate of year.
officers are Mrs. Shirley Bamc, Among the guests for the r4r&k1n
corresponding secretary; Mrs. evening's activities were RAdm. kj
Fran Bush, treasurer; Mrs. and Mrs. Heyworth; the mayor;
Wilma Goldsberry Mrs. Mortimer Dagenkolb,
parliamentarian; and Mrs. NWCA Southeast Regional
Sharon King chaplain. president; Capt. and Mrs.
Chaplain Roger Spencer servedas William J. Pressler, commander NEW OFFICERS Chaplain Roger Spencer served as Installing officer as these seven ladlts lit
installing officer for the Fleet Air Wing 11; Capt. and Mrs. flames In candlelight ceremonies as they took their oath of office In Jax 86, Navy Wives Clubs of I
ceremony at which RAdm. Reginald V. Berry; Capt. and America. The Installation was held at the Top of the Mayflower Saturday evening.
Lawrence Heyworth, com- Mrs. Carl Simonsen; Capt. and
mander Fleet Air, Jacksonville Mrs. John Waters; Cdr. and Mrs.L. Jackie Tedder. Top VolunteersMrs. arms; Evelyn Hartmann, points;
was guest speaker. Admiral L. Menard; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gary Hartmann, the Margaritta White social; Bar-
Heyworth congratulated the club Arthur A.Slocumb JOC and Mrs. club's point chairman presented Howard received first bara Blevins, publicity; Aline
for its many accomplishmentsduring Charles Schroyer; Mrs. Deane awards to members who contributed place honors in both categories of Wells, membership; Rena Perry,
1970 and offered the Flffleld, president of NWCA the greatest number of volunteer work, with 3,404 hoursof pins; Lynne Quan, foster child;
members a new challenge for this Mayport No. 201; and Miss volunteer noun during lWO.l service. Mrs. John Morton's Kay Wofford Not New Shop;

year. He asked its members to -.r __.. ..t .'. 1,579 hours in club work placedher Grace Jefferson scrapbook;
seek new ways to improve second in that category, while Nancy Wernet, audit; and Gloria
existing area housing conditionsas s Mrs. William Brown's 881 hours Davis nursery;
well as possible methods to earned her third place honors. In Soloist Warren Grymes, with
obtain full utilization by Navy volunteers hours, Mrs. John Mrs.John Coyle at the piano sang
personnel of housing rental units Morton was second with 1,169 and 'The Impossible Dream,' and led
being constructed through s Mrs. Franklyn Perry was third, the entire assembly in singing
government agencies in the with" 1,144. 'God Bless America.
Jacksonville area. Mrs. Howard also received a Chaplain Spencer offered the
r sunburst brooch, the club's benediction before the evening's
'I national emblem pin for having dance music was provided by The
served 24 months consecutivelyon Four of Clubs.
TrafficViolations t the national board of directors -
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N.W.C.A.
The club presented an FRIENDLYRELAXED&
t engraved silver mug to Mr.
Howard for his support of the QUIETATMOSPHEREiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiimiiiiiiiiiHMii
: vPka club, and the evening bubbled
Jax-The following is a reportof ; with champagne when outgoing IDEALLY LOCATED FOR
motor vehicle accidents'and .A officers presented Mrs. Howard CECIL FIELD, N.A.S. '.
traffic violations for the period of with several bottles of champagne CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,
and a silver champagne CHURCHES AND
18-24 Jan.
Number of Accidents chilling bucket SHOPPING AREAS:

This period 2 'f u !_ 11
Chairwomen Named Take 103rd to
This week a year ago 10. FirestoneRd.
Total accidents this year 15. ., Turn South 2 Blocks
New chairwomen for the club's
Total accidents through this Past Forrest High School.
activities were also named
many
period last 21.
year for:the coming year. They are:
Total number of days since_last COLONIALOREST
Pat Hillis, amblyopia; Fran
injury in a motor vehicle accident
Anderson, gamenight Theresa
128. v4'r f ;
Hagan, mimeo; Ruby Shafer,
Number of days since an injury NATIONAL HONOR Mrs. Barbara Howard, president of the phone; Barbara Hazleton, APARTMENTS
last year at this time 250. Wives Club receives a sunburst pin from Mrs. Rita Brown. The pin Is posters; Elaine Born layette;
5928 FIRESTONE ROAD
in honor of Mrs. Howard's having served on the organization's Michelle Rouffs, snack bar;
Number of Violations national board of directors for 24 consecutive months. Flora Kubisciak, master-al 771.6666 VDon't
This period 96.
Speeding 24.
Reckless driving 4.

Going through stop sign 6. .
Other Violations 62.
Nineteen drivers appeared HALF-SAFE.

before the Traffic Hearing Boardon ...
Jan. 28. Disposition of the
cases included the following:
Twelve lost driving and f
Your safe
parking, privileges aboard the -J savings are
stat(o i for various periods;8 were ..jf
: with the Jax
assigned to complete an eight Navy
hour course in remedial driving; :
1 received a suspension, % Federal Credit Union !
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Ir..:
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HIREPAN G I insured up to $20,000 by an


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61 VW $595
Door Sedan R&H, Like New.
62 VW $695 FEDERAL

Door Sedan, R&H. ROOSEVELT MALL Phone 384-1391

63 VW $695 Hours: Mon.-Thurs. .5:30PM: O
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65 VW $895 NAS JAX, Bldg. 39 r: NAS CECIL, Bldg. 26 ':: NATTC, Bldg.501

Sedan, Like New. Tel. 387.5622 or Base Ext. 2431 Tel.771.3211, Ext.215 f Tel. 772-2448, Mon.,Wed. Fri

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PAGE 10 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


s' t ., CHAMPUS
c;
F* !;I t ri
i Medical
i. Civilian


!t Benefits OfferedEDITOR'S


tI I ( NOTE: The first segment of the following two-part
article hat been reprinted by permission' at it appeared in the Jan.
1971 edition of'Leatherneck'magazine, Vol.' L1V,No.1))

J Have you ever wondered how a service man can get help In caring
Y r rw r
for a child or other dependent who Is severely handicapped, either
t I mentally or physically?
tI I Do you know how to get medical help for dependents who are living
f apart from you if there are no military medical facilities nearby?
I Do you know the proper procedure for being reimbursed by the
government for civilian medical care If you are serving on independent -

I duty? -

i;, The Civilian r Health and children remain eligible for
;M I ; Medical Program of the benefits until they are 21 years
Uniformed Services (CHAM- old or until they marry, even 1 if
PUS) is a cost- sharing program their mother should remarry
which would apply in all of the Although the range of
instances mentioned above. The CHAMPUS benefits is wide, there
4j program is available to all active are certain costs which they do
; > 5( duty servicemen (or those on not cover. These Include eye
_\ !_ active duty for training) and glasses, domiciliary or custodialcare
I their dependents pursuant to a and dental care unless it
\ call or order that does not specifya is a part of medical or surgical

.NEW DENTAL CAPTAIN -Capt.John T.Anderson was promoted to his present rank In a recent period of 30 days or less; to treatmentThe
ceremony It the Naval Hospital here. Present to witness the memorable occasion are the captain'swife retired servicemen entitled to program shares the cost of
I Dee,their daughters Renee (I)and Kim,and son John.11IH14Ir. retire, retainer or equivalentpay hospital beds bought for use in
; and dependents of retired the home, wheelchairs, special
members. The program is also optical equipment and in-
open to unremarried widows of stitutional care in private,
servicemen who died 'while on nonprofit public and state institutions .
active duty or in retirementIt and facilities. Except in
is estimated that less than 10 the case of emergencies,
percent of those who are eligiblefor CHAMPUS will not' pay for care
CHAMPUS benefits are in any institution which
taking advantage of this discriminates on the basis of
program. Although CIIAMPUS race, religion or national origin.
does not pay for all of the costs The CIIAMPUS program Is
incurred in the use of civilian world-wide in scope. It was first
medical facilities, it does pay a authorized by Congress with the
significant portion of the costs enactment of the Dependents
N determined to be reasonable. Medical Care Act In 1956. It was
r Some of the services authorizedto greatly expanded by the Military
be paid for by CHAMPUS Medical Benefits Amendments of
include the services of a 1966. Within the 50 states, the
physician for medical and District of Columbia Mexico
surgical conditions, treatment of Canada and Puerto Rico the
mental or emotional disorders, program Is administered by 'the-
chronic diseases, maternity and Executive Director, Office for
infant care and a variety of the Civilian Health and Medical
related medical services Including Program of the Uniformed
blood transfusions, Services, Denver Colorado.
physical therapy and artificial Administration elsewhere In the
limbs and eyes. world is the responsibility of
For inpatient care in a hospitalor designated major overseas
similar institution a uniformed commanders.Next .
service member must pay the
a1 first$25 of the hospital charges or week What to do when
$1.75 a day, whichever is greater.For military medical facilities are \
outpatient care, such as not available.
visits to a doctor's office or clinic
a member must pay the first $50
each fiscal year and 20 percent of
the charges over $50. A family
with two or more eligible
beneficiaries receiving care paysa
maximum of $100 each fiscal DUVAL COUNTY'S NO.1
year and 20 percent of the AMERICAN MOTORS
WINNING GREYHOUND RACING charges In excess of $100. The DEALER

returns to the all-weather-comfortable1 the government remainder assumes of payment reasonable of ..! 'it4teec4

charges. Lo WER PRICESSHOP
JACKSONVILLE KENNEL CLUB The program for the hand-
icapped is handled on the same ANY'AMERICAN MOTORS'
for ourLUCKY basis as inpatient hospital care. DEALER IN DUVAL COUNTYWEGUARANTEETOBEAIANY
j 'i M; However, this program is
i I available only to the dependentsof BONAFIDJ:DEAL OR PAY YOU
37TH SEASON those servicemen who are on SIS.00 I IN CASH.

active duty. SOUTHSIDEAMERICAN

: COME! 1ST RACE 8 o'clock nights (except Sun.) available All CHAMPUS to dependents benefits are of

Saturday Matinee 1ST RACE 1:30: military personnel who are not
; residing with their sponsor. In Javelin. Gremlin Matador Hornet
1 RESERVATIONS: 388-2623 the case of a serviceman con- AMX The luxury car'Ambassador'
S41S Phillips Highway
templating a divorce, his wife
remains eligible for benefits until Jacksonville Florida
: f1 ".'rA': ".. midnight of the day the final 737.3400
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Publisher I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

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


NAS Jacksonville .I Tuesday Ads should for publication be !mailed! the to arrive following not Thursday.'later than .;'.,...1'-1,1': i' .flJFrBi 1.yfBBflBB"\ : ; : .".m.ITr:. ''I :.1-

LATW I IN G E R t Ads SflL'00,1 late! for this deadline will be ----

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE t publisher Is 'instructed.Iollowln0 otherwise.week A unless check them Thursday, February 4 Sunday, February 7

: rvy12rwrru0r.ih full cost of the ad must be or NAS: 'ALFRED THE GREAT' NAS: 'IN COLD BLOOD' B & W

r copy for the ad. Color drama starring David drama starring Scott Wilson,

: RATE Hemming and Michael York.'GP' Robert Blake and John Forsyth.'R' .
4747 San Juan Avenue Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00
Per VG (122 mins.) S (134 mins.)
Jacksonville Florida additional line (4 words per line) so
HOSPITAL: 'A DREAM OF HOSPITAL : 'THE
: cents
KINGS' Color drama starring PROFESSIONALS'

Anthony Quinn and Inger
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Guitars MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Friday, February 5 NAS 'THE ADVENTURERS'Color
EMPLOYMENTHELP Drums Repairs. Discount TRANSPORTATION :
Prices. Music Service. 233 6th Ave. NAS: 'HOOK, LINE & drama starring Fehmku,

Open No. Jax Sundays.Beach. Across from A&P. I SINKER' Color comedy starring Candice Bergen and Ernest

WANTED. FEMALE 65 CHEVELLE SSU7 Jerry Lewis and Peter Lawford.'G' Borgnine. E ((171 miss)

Cashier 40 hr week, Young, attractive INCOME TAX Metallic Paint, Hooker, Hurst VG (92 mins.) HOSPITAL: 'IN COLD
Phone 388-6738 for ap Prepared by experienced Tax Con. Buckets. Good Cond. 771-2831. HOSPITAL: 'ALFRED TIlE BLOOD'
polntment. sultant. No waiting, by appointmentonly. GREAT'
Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone CREDITUNION REPOSSESSIONS
IBM KEY PUNCH 771-7634.. 44 FORD WAGONV Saturday,February 6 Tuesday, February 9
Trainees Now NeededWe ,AT,AC, $900.
need several ladles to begin PHILLIPS TAPE RECORDERfor 45 CHEVY NOVA NAS: 'THE PROFESSIONALColor NAS 'DAY OF ANGER' Color
training In this fantastic profession. J50. Also plastic dishes, port-a 6 cyl.,AT,Very Clean $625. adventure starring Burt :
Excellent salaries after short training crib, electric hair cutter, cots, and CHEVY WAGONAT Lancaster, Lee Marvin and western starring Lee Van Cleef,
period. Training to be given part time bridge chair. 2646055. PS, PB, Accepts Bids As Is. Claudia Cardinale. 'GP' E. (117 and Walter Rilla. 'GP G ((112
day or evenings. No experience mins.)
necessary. No age limit. Call 3568301.JTI. 2 HOLLYWOOD BEDS Call A. Madison mins) 'THE ADVENTURERS' .
HOSPITAL
with Innersprlngs and frames. Car p or Ron Rohrer HOSPITAL: 'HOOK, LINE & :
double as King or 'as twin beds. S35 Ext. 243 lor 387.5622 SINKER' -
RET.OFFICERS,
complete 771-2062 WE FINANCE
MSC, WO'S, EX-HM's, USN for RN>
and Medical Technician positions.
Apply Personnel Office, Florida State 10'ALUMINUM BOAT 61 VW SEDAN
1212.Prison, Raiford. Fla. 32083. Phone 431. Call after 5.772-9908. Heater ASTRO MOTORS $390. ALE PRICES TO ALL!

4544 Normandy Blvd.

EMPLOYMENT WANTED 47CHEVELLE

Single or reliable couple without REAL., ESTATE' 350 cu. In., 325 HP, Chrome Reverse NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
.
children or pets to care for 2 elderly New Trans., and engine New Brakes NEW & USED TV SETS
ladies In exchange for room and and drums. Dependable. Good runner.
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
board. 264-6884. $995. will take older car In trade. 771-
3148 after 6. NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS

Temporary NO FEE CASHI I MUSTANG AIR CONDITIONERS

Typists Secys.KeypunchDictaphone. We buy equities R&H,6 Cyl.,Stick $560. Hn.ta.m. 1 p.m, Come In& Browse
Opers. Louise T. Bailey ASTRO MOTORS
ALL OFFICE SKILLS 771-3605 Broker
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We Pay Every Fridayat 'HIDDEN WATERS' MOTORCYCLE STORAGE Inside, Clean & Dry. $5,00 Mo. Call
Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots ry
OLSTENTemporary
Mrs. Varnadoe 246.1615,
Services available. Excellent fishing, boating,
603 Florida Nat'l Bank'Bldg.. swimming. Mobile Home area. Also 64 RAMBLER WAGON
Call 358-1101 permanent home area. High, wooded 6 cyl.,stick $340
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake ASTRO MOTORS WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
SERVICE WIVES Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 725-3792 4544 Normandy Blvd.
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS
INC.
Jobflnderi/ 1372 Cassat/ 387.5626or FORD .. ,
FOR SALE BY OWNER
1022 Park Street, 3547888. Truck and Camper. For Sale Assume ,
4% percent mortage, $97.12 per mo.,
payments No equity needed. Call 264- SELLING USED CARS
Completely redecorated, 3 BR, 2 B, 5827.
PRIVATE TUTORING Eat-in-klt., Built in R & 0, Dish.
Certified teacher, All Elementary washer Carpeted, Drapes, Wood 44VWSQUAREBACK $480
subjects, Specializing In Remedial Fence, Contact owner, .268-9906. Will ASTRO MOTORS
Reading. 7711969. consider 2nd mortage. 4544 Normandy Blvd. 100% GUARANTEE


LOT FOR SALE '70 CHEVELLE Nomad WagonPB
On St. Johns River 10 miles No. of PS, Aut.! R&H, 8,000 miles $400
MISCELLANEOUSINCOME Palatka. 100 ft. on river x 275 ft. deep. and take over payments 282.5665.6SVWSQUAREBACK .
Wide and beautiful section of river 67 Grand Prix 1650
.
Call Athearn 7713142. $540
ASTROMOTORS Loaded! Gleaming Gold with white vinyl top.

TAX RENTALSFOR 4544 Normandy Blvd. 66 Pontiac 'Executive' 1050

Returns prepared by appointment
evenings and weekends. G. H. Young, W8 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX Factory air, Auto. trans., Power steering, and brakes, R&H,
PS, PB PW, AC, White w-black vinyl
LCdr., SC, USN (Ret.! ), Phone 355.7"60 WWT.
top,$2250. Can finance $2,000.268-9906.
after 6:30: p.m.PRIVATE, SALE OR RENT 2095
or 3537555. 68 Pontiac LeMans
RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your
equity or let us, rent your home PS, PB, Vinyl top, R&H, WWT.
PIANO TEACHER REPORTING IN. Call or drop by fore Classified Ads 69FVWaIS 1795
Close to Ortega School, Venetaaki! | map or' sales and rental list. Call .

Shore and Flshwler. 3897622. Powell or Mills; USN Ret. 2642411. Air Conditioned, R&H
Wonders
ORANGE PARK REALTY Work
WEBUY&SELLAppliances MILITARY FREE NOTARY 1650
Sedan
& used furniture. Also 69 VW
For You
repair any make of home appliances., ORANGE PARK Radio and Heater.
Brook's Furniture 2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dishwasher .
'and Appliance Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth ApSPHONE 68 VW Sedan 1525
725-2441 10061 Atlantic Blvd Apts., 771-1405 or 771-3355, ?
wAN I Glltterbug, Sharp

WILMAR APT$. 68 VW Sedan 1450
SILVERTONE CONSOLE TV
LR., Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit.,
2 Br. '
Good ''condition' S50. 771-0946 01'r and' Heater.
Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off) Radio
Contatt'CKle' VA-203.
Christensen street Water; Garbage & Sewage Sedan 1250
Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn (plus 67 VW
BE A RADIOOR .
TV ANNOUNCER tax) 3872541. Weekends 389 0744. Radio and Heater.

Recorded message by leading announcer F 1195
tells you how. Call any hour. 66 VW

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NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS MOBILE' HOMES 69 VW Squareback 1995
Consoles some with AM-FM, tap!
players. At dealers cost to liquidate Automatic Transmission, One Owner, 20,000 miles
Stock Full warranty I Phone 771-0409,
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 388-2755 69 VW Squareback 2295
T.V. RENTALS, 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS. clean modern
GE. 19 In. Port. Special monthly & trailer and Apts. 389-3007 Auto. trans., Air conditioned R&H.
weekly rates. Air Base Pawn ShOp.,
(Just outside Main Gate NAS) 388 1895WESTSIDE
3481. LARGE TRAILER LOTS 68 VW Squareback
month. 15 min. from Cecil bet
$20.
radio and heater, air
Baldwin &. Maclenny 259.6681. 4-speed,
ween
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH
Wilford's Fish Camp 2649707.
.

GEORGE'S KENNELS MOBILE LIVING OFJACKSONVILLE
Est 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Azalea Mobile Home Park) Pick up & Delivery Available. north of NAS, lots and rentals. Near "
Grooming, Defleaing & Bathing. schools and shopping center. Clean, Keystone HeightsBy
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard and reasonable rates, Manager on VOLKSWAGEN INC.
accepted Visitors welcome. 5085 premises. Children and pets wlecome. Appointment .
Edgewood Crt. 369.0064.HEAT&AC. 6301 Roosevelt 384 6264.
1150 Lane Aye. So. Phone 781-5511
I Clyde W, Simpson I Co. ,

REALTOR 3bli.849 Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to S
We repair and service space heaters BUILT 12x40 2 BR.
wall furn., heat pumps Cent. furn., QUALITY Sell, No Sunday 1 to 6 PM

Tylers Heat 311-5141&Air Conditioning SwsonabTe offer/efused. 772!0846. L iT



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Pilot-Musician EnjoysHighFlown




Hobbies

By J02 Cindy Freeman

Jax-LCdr. Les Horn, Navy test pilot and NARF aeronautical engineer, is a
man of many interests who feels as comfortable in a tuxedo on stage with the
Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra as In the cockpit of an A-4 Skyhawk jet. : f
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As project officer for the Naval
Air Rework Facility, LCdr. Horn Music, second only to his love be 'just a hobby his repertoire
test flies the Navy's sophisticatedA4 of flying, is just one of the many reflects that he is no newcomer to
jets following repairs, and active interests which reflect his the profession. His career beganat
researches new and better waysto general philosophy to 'par. age six when he started out on
fly Navy planes. By contrast, ticipate instead of just lookingon. the piano in his hometown of .M 1
on weekends he takes to the air in .' Saugerties, N.Y. From there he
a glider and is a member of the Although he considers music toPREPARING graduated to more complex In-
North Florida Soaring .-.P. .,. struments-first the violin, then i- ;
Association the cello, and finally the bass _
But between the demands of viol.
test flying and the sport of
soaring through Florida thermal In New York City his musical
breezes, he still finds time to activities ranged from semi.
unwind from it all with his bass professional performances with
viol the All City Orchestra, to jazz
On stage with the Jax Sym entertainment at a popular
( phony, the 36 year old Navy night spot called 'Birdland.'
) officer tunes the strings of his Although he enjoys music,
viol with the same attention he r LCdr. Horn claims flying
applies when pre lighting a jet, has been his primary interest
Then he puts them through their since he was six years old, and
paces with an ease reminiscent of that it is one of the many reasons
gliding on air currents high over he joined the Navy.In .
local landscapes. high school at Flushing, r..rrrrw
t N.Y., he was active fn the Civil ON STAGE prior to an,evening performance with the Jax Symphony
1 Air Patrol,and later he joined the Orchestra, LCdr. Us Horn pacts through excerpts from a conctm.t I
1I Navy ROTC at Georgia Tech
1I I t i- where he majored in physics. lie
I still found time, however, to .
rJ/ organize his own seven-piece 1:7' f.J .
I dance band which helped provide .' i',!'< t.,.,'. .
I funds for his college education.
.
.
Prior to reporting here in 1968, : '
the bass viol virtuoso's Navy
I career had limited his hobby to ,, ', "
'jam sessions' with other music-
minded Navymen -aboard ships. x L
Today the future looks even
FOR A TEST brighter for LCdr. Horn's
RUN..LCdr Horn,A-4 test pilot musical pursuits as he is soon
and aeronautical engineer; scheduled to assume the post of
"'(o Ytt K pot! YP4l5, a refinished Skyhawk |let at the maintenance and material for
UK6 Mr MOTWUKlt\ 10 MAKE ComFairJax.
Naval Air Rework Facility.


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I Civil Service News I




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Workers CO Announces


Plan to OvercomeJob

Receive Discrimination


By Capt. John R. Kincaid
AwardsJax Jax It is the firm policy of this command that full

hCs and equal opportunity be extended to all persons in all

-Four Supply Department aspects of employment. This includes recruitment,

personnel, 16 NARF employeesand w selection, training, promotion, recognition and general
47 Navy Exchange em- treatment. Discrimination against any employee or

ployees have received honorary applicant for employment because of race, religion,

notices. color sex or national origin is prohibited. The objectiveof
Mrs. Nettie D. Jackson, Mrs. this policy is full integration of the station's work
Sanilla M. Welborn and Mrs. force in all
departments organizational segments
,
Carolyn I.Austin from the Supply
Department received a quality occupations and levels. In this connection the station's

step increase. Mrs. Louise L. Affirmative Action Plan is directed toward overcoming

Wright, supervisory shipment imbalances in the work force through appropriate

clerk, received a Letter of Ap 1A recruitment, training, community action involvementand

preciation. other means.
NARF employees who receivd --- all levels of
I expect super-
employment who feels that he (or
Sustained Superior Performance QUALITY STEP INCREASE Capt. R. C. O'Loughlln, Supply vision and management who she) has been discriminated
Awards are Charles M. Head Jr., Officer, presents a quality step Increase to (L to R) Mrs. Nettie D. influence personnel actions to against because of race, religion,
Carl F. Cromwell, Thomas P. Jackson, Mrs. Sanilla M. Welborn and Mrs. Carolyn I. Austin. participate in making the Equal color,,sex, or national origin, in
Smith, Annie M. Manning, Employment Opportunity policya connection with employment,
Lawrence Kimberly, Elmo M. reality through positive, promotion, training, recruitment
Baker, Royal G. Dearen, James Update Record For PromotionJax creative attitudes and actions selection, recognition, lay-
W. Tweeddale, James N. Briggs, and to give full cooperation and off or discharge, job assignment,
Walter P. Tilke, Leroy Jennings, support in overcoming all ob- or other employment matters
Thomas J, Spencer and Frank J. stacles which tend to impede
discuss the matter with
an
If your name is on the All of this information shouldbe of this An may
Bodziony. promotion list to either submitted Standard progress program. Equal Employment Opportunity
a gradedor on a Form individual's color
race, religion,
ungraded position in 172. Place in the right hand Counselor. A written complaintmay
Jesse D, O'Quinn from NARF responseto upper sex or national origin has no
.
be filed directly with me and
an 'open continuously' corner the words 'UPDATE
received Beneficial is
a Suggestion relationship to basic ability. It
should be addressed to the Equal
vacancy announcement, then be INFORMATION. If
Award. Cyrl V. Boucher and your ap- of utmost importance that employees
NormanM. Cole each received 40 sure your application is updated plication is for an ungraded have equal opportunity to Employment Opportunity Officer
every year.Describe. position include the Sup- Captain J. R. Kincaid
year service awards from the develop and advance.
Administration 1
Building ,
NARF Commanding Officer. all new skills or plemental Information Form, Those employees who seek Naval Air Station, Jacksonville.All .
CSC.630.Send the formsto
Seven out of the 47 Navy Ex- techniques you have learned and updated advancement can help by putting complaints of this nature will
the Branch
change employees who received your 'on the job training. List Personnel Rating Civilian forth every effort to gain be fully investigated.
service awards are Hazel Butts, courses you have completed on Department, Building necessary qualifications and by Further information may be
NAS Jacksonville.The .
Gordon Marchus, Thelma Miller, your own and the new equipmentyou 907, competing for advancement. The obtained from official bulletin
John Ford, Eula Parker, ,V. can now use. Also, put the best time to update your appearance of any inequities boards which contain Depart-
Abernathy I and< R..Hayes. Theyare : name of your Immediate application is ten days before should be discussed with ment of the Navy Equal Em-
employees with 20 years supervisor! down as well as the your Notice of Rating is one year supervisory personnel members ployment Opportunity Policy
of service: one before him. old. of the Equal Employment Opportunity Poster, NAVSO P 2411, of fromJ.
Committee or Equal I. Bellinger Jr., Equal Em-
Employment Opportunity ployment Opportunity Coor-
Counselors. Management and dinator, Civilian Personnel
5'5 supervisory personnel should Department, Building 907, Room
caiet.e..ias
certain that actions
make
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How Do 3. GET; ALL THE' 6.VAlUAT(; E



d"i FACTS YOUR f'fA .

.. e

You Make IDEAS pEA


1. o \ Y



! WORTHWHILESUGGESTIONS While It may not I U possible to got all .
0 ,
the fact* that pertoin to a particular Us. pus judgment on tho various idea you

\t problem, loci are necessary (for a o 00 'how'COM up with. chooM the one. which
1i.rU
sound analysis. the problem. So after ..will yon. mad'. effectively solve the" problem.CONSIDER .

you hove defined your problem, jot down on sheet of scratch paper

the procedure, equipment, form, people volume and time wrapped"

o 2. tip in the area you've selected ,for Improvement.Don't '. '
SUCH THINGS AS:



STEP by STEP [ shortchange yourself on facts on the other hand, don't get

fj, more Information than you will reasonably end reoliititolly need to come
'Of V IS THE SOLUTION PRACTIC U'WILL IT WORK?
up with o solution. '

WILL IT SAVE TIME. MATERIAL EFFORT, EQUIPMENT, SPACI
that's the way
WILL IT IMPROVE SERVICE QUALITY?
Arrange. your facts se that you have answers to such questions, ..s: ,

3. What word ls done Who does it? Where is it done? When'I Is Undone. ? HOW WILL 'IT AFFECT OTHER OPERATIONS? i

How is it done? How much time I Is spent? What Is the volume of work,
WHAT IS THE INSTALLATION COST?
It done SUCCESSFULLY I 1I. etc.?



4. ANALYZE; THE(; FACTSAKQWUY s THE


I.COMCEMTRAT OURSCCTION ,: BENEFITS SELL;


ON WHAT YOU COULD &AV/C/ I ." =
.
TIME IF. ... .::'<
o 1L YOUR

KNOW'B T. After you hove collected the facts, study them" to T
..
0 determine. what" the possibilities (for improvement are.Us I

thaw, SUGGESTIONA ;
questions List possible ..,.......... I
r
T I. dont? Can the entire problem or operotion b. .II"llIot.d
wHY I. It Are then cheoper, ...,., lIo"or wogs to accomplish
Successful" Idea-getters and 'Uft'...,. agree mot me best place for doft.? .he 10_ end?

anyone to look for ideas,is in his own work area.
WHERE Could it bs. d_ som.whss site quick.,. cheape or A woll-organiied, door and complete presentation
,it cIoM' b.on? Could It 110 combined with om.her operatiOll .
wHY I. It .1".hero? of your idea and Its expected benefits is tho bast
Y.u.. the one who can. see the things in your word area.that need clone ......., accepted. a
insurance for gerttngrthe idea
t. be done, the" things that need to bo changed to do the" job, cheaper
WHEN Is
and more efficiently. Would onother time or dill"'rent aegwnc. lie
it dons?
"".?
WHY I. It IN WRITING UP YOUR SUGGESTION e e
clone thon
j Maybe' your study will eventually lead you to something that applies

to another'' unit, .uch as whet happens to tit. work "before or oft. it HOW I. It Con It 110 done ......r, moa .fficl.II.I"{ ch.oper, FIRST o Identify the problem. This section should stets
sane 0'-'' soy? Con. It M done. with ,... ,.mp.nsi.
dons
gats to you. 11I0.,101 or 'quipmant? II n.w .qulplIt needed? just what Is now being don. to give the reader on understanding -
A ".w layout? Less I.et? Con th.' oath .bu lim-
WHY hi'I It clone plifiod? Quality l"'Proved? of the current practices and to give "i"'th.
t way1
+ .
f
But. YOUR OWN WORK AREA background of' the problem.

USUALLY IS THE BEST STARTING Think only about lotos that, might' work In this sttp. Don't try

PLACE FOR THE DEVELOPMENTOF to anolyit why something' wont work. Molt. a list of' all pot NEXT ooo Explain your proposed solution. Be as explicit

tlbl improvtmtnU, i brought' out by your questions. and complete as ,...ill''.. You should point out how .
A WORTHWHILE SUGGESTION!
the new practice diffeVs and. how it will achieve the

O' 5. TURN benefits you expect from, your proposal.
2. PICK A SITUATION .


WHICH MEEDSIMPROVEMENT: '+ 0 LOOSEs (; THEN (i "

YOUR Point out the enp'cled btntfitt hen your proposal. Here is

where" you bock your claims with fClC... List the most Important

IMAGINATION b.nefitl' dm.
.JI '. .

x c. after Ideas lots of ideas oil you can think up. It U -. .,-
M
stlc I of any kind. of problem l that can be. solved with Imagination that gG, ,.

LOOK CAREFULLY ---- there. are many possible solutions.Your only guarantee that you will BENEFITS:: THAT CAN BE MEASURED

eventually pick tow" best solution It to think of wide range of pas- Be sure io I identify any. '.savings in time, labor, equipment,
TN things that" need I improvement most ore not always ."..ent. '
..... ..I"" .... This' It where your Imagination pays off. .materials, space, etc. If possible, ton the. savings Into a
over there. ore vwi.ty.1 clues .. help you select target for ,lm
dollar' emount.BEIIEFITS "

,..".... USE IDEA STARTERS "

I '.
WHAT NEEDS IMPROVEMENT MOST 'wi Combine."" tteg..bw;

THAT CAN'T BE MEASURED
.. .
'-/ OPERATION.,, Describe specifically any benefits that can't be expressed

many times total con I savings.. result in o substantial blew things. ........ in terms of doll... Such "benefits might include better
,..,... slam.
r '0 TOO MUCH TIMlf$ service, improved quality, safer working conditions, etc.

Time consuming, complicated 'Jobs B. .'"' o paint out who will benefit and how.
offer tome of the greatest opportunillat -
for Improvement.A Leek. things. IId.wey., .-. -

; BOTUENECKf

Hero is where th.r.Is often muchCHASNG .
room for ..,..-.. Make things' I.... REMEMBER ,
?
AROUND Yoy can't ,force acceptance of your idea You've got to sell It.

-r/ 'JJ:.... For materials, tools paperwork sell your suggestion you've got t. convince the. reed, that
.
+- t'\ (.J.J Is a ..... of lime and energy on Make things. smeller.Reprinttd .
V -11.11.. Look for these" ce.... your suggest Ion Is
They need improvement antiS
MOd if newt! A
WORTHWHILE IMPROVEMENT I
r ( from the Compound Chronicle)



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FEBRUARY 4, 1971 ..
JAX AIR NEWS.I ATWIKIKFB.. PAGE 15


Navy Team NAS League Bowling


Enters Jax


Pin MeetJaxThe s Play Starts MondayJaxThe


15.16, Saw Bones vs. Hey
Busch Swacked following schedule has Bowlers.
bowling squad, co-leader in been set for next week's opening
NATTC Intramural winter dates for NAS Jax intramural Continental League ,
standing with the Salt and Pepperfive bowling squads: Feb. 10, 5 p.m.: Lanes 1.2,
has been named one of the American League Cleaners vs. Trainers; 3-4,
squads to participate in the 54th Feb. 8, 5 p.m.: Lanes 1.2 Eveldoers vs. Knots; 5-6, Hard
Annual Accociatlon Cham- Fumbles vs. Roses Raiders; ,..4 Hats vs. Eagles No 2; 74,
pionship Tournament of Greater Molar Rollers vs. Submow-V; 5-6 Seventy Wons vs. CPOs (VW-4);
Jacksonville.The r Ji AFEESvs.Hospital 'A'; 7.8, Gold 9-10,Split Finden vs.NATTC; 11-
Navy team will be out to vs. Marine Barracks No 2; 9-10, 12, Communications vs. Hospital'A'
gain recognition in competitionwith Hurricanes vs.E-Zephyrs; 11.12 ; 13-14, Sidewinders vs.
local civilian teams when Bumble Bee's vs. ComFalrJax Quacks; 15-16, Tars vs. Lazy
the tournament gets underway at No 2; 13-14, AMD vs. Tweakers; Timers.

1:30: p.m. at Jacksonville's Atlantic League
Bowlomatic Lanes, Feb.. 28. Kelczewski'sAce Feb. 10, 7:30: p.m. Lanes 1.2,
Bee's vs. Blocks; 3-4. Blue vs.
Team members are Ron
Birds 5-6 Alley Cats Marine
Brightens vs.
Mackle, Gus Braunllch, Jim
Barracks: No 1; 7-8, Chokers vs.
Linn, Fred Bolls and Bobby Links LossesJax Pin Benders ((679th); 9-10, Jokers
Crawford. Les Metcalf Is thesquad's
vs.Gems, 11-12,Good and Bad vs.
relief man. Nearby Cecil Field edge Lt's plus 1; 13-14, Eagles No 1 vs. ,..
also has
The team tentative the Jax Flier varsity golf squad, Tumblers; 15-16, VR-50 vas Green
plans to take the Navy colors to 1817% on the Cecil links Backers.
the 37th annual state tournamentin Friday.

Pensacola in May. \ Barry Smith toured the course National League

NATTC's Winter League teams with a 69 to earn low medalist Feb. 11,6 p.m. Lanes 1.2, Beer
have begun laying the ground- w- honors for the winners. Bob Cans vs. Ringers; 3-4, Tweets vs. ,
work for their annual banquet, I ) McAfeee, Mich Hall and Jim Hunters, 5-6, Pin Pals vs. King
currently planned for March. Durnil all fired 83's by Gus Pins; 7-8, Pin Benders vs. Radar
Team captains should contact Duliakis. 17; 9-10, Faid Folks vs. Com
Lou Ruggiero and let him know Saturday the Fliers hosted FairJax No 1; 11.12, Hangovers
the team members planning to 4 the University of Florida team, vs Leprechauns; 13-14, 679th vs.
attend.In i losing to the college squad,26. 10 Unmentionables; 15-16, FlapJax
action this week, Dave at home. vs. Hospital 'C'.
Phillips and Earl Chase of The T.t John Fox and Jimmy Walkersled
Bombers came up with theleague's the Gators with identical 77

high game honors. scores. I
Phillips rolled a 221, and Chase Walt Kelczewski's 78 was tops HONDA I
scored a 212. Salutes NavyMISS for Jax, although the veteran
Chase also had the high series sparkled on the 175 yard, par 3 MOTORS & CYCLES CO. I
third hole when he hole in. 4949 BLANDlNG'BLVD.
for the week, rolling a 580. got a
BOAT .RAMA 1971- 19-year-old Susie Sales of Jacksonville one with a four iron. PHONE 771.8244rINCOII1E

NATTC Bowling Standings University, says 'Thank you Navy for helping keep America free.'
BoatARama, which opens at the Jacksonville Civic AuditoriumFeb.
Salt and Pepper 49-23 .681 llsalutes, the U.S. Navy for its 195 years of faithful service. Capt.
BuschSwacked 49-23 .681 Vernon L. Micheel, Fleet Air Jacksonville chief of staff, will loin "
AE 'B'School 43-28.602 Mayor Hans Tanzler in cutting the ribbon when the affair opens at
TUX
Untouchables 42-30 .583 noon on the 11th.
Village Lounge 39-33 .542 Gordon Reed, president of the Jacksonville Marine Associations
The Bombers 353-3614'.493 I sponsor of the Boat-A-Rama, says America's greatness can be traced PREPARED BY THE NATION'S FINEST TAX SERVICE

Reverse Bias 33-39 .458 directly to sea power.'The United States Navy has for 195 years GUARANTEE
A-C Maintenance 33-39 .458 guaranteed Americans their freedom by controlling the high-seas! It Accurate guaranteed.preparation We will of pay your Interest tax return or 50
Short Rounds 30-42 .417 says Reed, "and it is because of this the association Is saluting penalty charged due to our error. .
Officers(51 games) 28-44 .389 American sailors; The Boat-A-Rama will run through Feb. 14, with' WEEKDAYS 9AM4PM SAT A SUN BAM PM S UP
Murray's Tavern 251,2-461,2.354 servicemen in uniform being admitted at half price. No Appointment Necessary DEAL

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Eagles Regain American LeadJaxVP16's '...........;..4..... ..



Eagles broke up for a four way tie In the American League in-

tramural basketball league to regain the top spot this week. Meanwhile, VP-5

continued to dominate the National circuit and VW-4 lost its first contest of the ..

t camnafin.

In games this week: to victory. Barnes shot for 16, and Don ...
VW-4 73, NATTC 46: The Marine Barracks 53, Air Anderson contributed 14. Bill
Hunters hung the loss on the Operations 32: The Barracks Heath led the Hunters with 18, !!IiI
training squad with the help of squad marched to an 18-16 in. and Chuck Sandlin contributed a
Bill Heath and Aubrey Wilson, termission lead before runningoff 12 point performance.
who l for IS and 14 respectively.Chuck with the game with Roger VP-16 60, Hospital 54: Jack
Jenkins of NATTC topped Dunlap's 13 points leading the
Anderson and Doug Shepard flew 'if,:": .
all scores with 19 way. Lucius Boddie managed 10 at the offensive controls for the "
FICEUR 55, 679th 48: Will for Operations. Eagles in the win. Anderson R pA
Martin peppered the nets for 25 VP-16 46, NARTU 41: Al topped the effort with 23. Top shotin
markers in leading the victors, Posniak spearheaded the Eagle the game was Hospital's Bryan ,
while Junior Aguon topped the attack with 17 as the patrolmenout with 26. '
Ca
679th effort with 14. shot the reserve unit. Communications 44, Air
VA-203 45, MATSG 32: Jim Bee's 50, TTC 49: The Seabee Operations 42: Wayne Goodwinhit
Thomas pumped for 15 and Bill unit hammered away for the win, for an even dozen in leading
Reinhardt added 11 as the attack with Guy Hitler stinging the his sqaud to the win after

fivesome tripped up the Marines. NATTC defense a dozen times. Communications took a 2J.151ead ....... .
Pat Lang eased into double VP-5 85, VW-4 60: Four Foxes at'the' half. -- -
figures with 11 for the Marines. got into the double figures as the VP-16 84, Flap lax 30: Too BLOCKED SHOT The FlapJax' Jim Good lot (10) blocks shot
MARTD 58, Communications patrol unit continued on the many high soaring Eagles for the attempt of Eagle Phillip Hampton in intramural basketball game
38: Tom Chapman sparkled in a winning track. Ken Arthur hit for Flap Jax to flip down. Monday. The block didn't affect the high flying Eagles a bit. They
27-point performance for the 18, Al Breaux added 17, Dick went on to win the game, 8430.
communicators, but to no avail. Medical 63, Marine Barracks
Marve Franklin sank 22 markers 52RandyJames: laced the nets for Fliers Drop District OpenerJax
and Tony Boyer dusted off the 30 markers in the win, while
boards for 16 to lead the Marines teammate Dave Kohl added 14.
High Marine Bill -The Jax Navy Fliers fell The Fliers bounced back in thewinner's '
with 22. was Forney to the Naval Station Charleston, bracket Tuesday,
Air 39, 101-94, in opening day action knocking off Mayport in the
How Ops Communications
They'reStanding Monday in the Sixth Naval
tournament
31: Tom Ferguson led the 88-80, with Bowie
winners with 14.Bingo District Basketball Tournamentat again providing the scoring
Orlando. punch with 31. Lind chipped in 21
Tommie Bowie (Fleet Air Jax) in the Flier win
Bongo? topped the Flier effort with 39 Yesterday afternoon the Fliers
points, while Howard Lind played their third contest in the
Jax Betty Heyer, Arlene (Hospital)) hit for 21, and Lynn affair, after Jax Air News'
Slemmons,Mittie Sills, and Katie Kelin (Hospital) added 19. deadline.
American League '' ."if \. Nichols
1t Blngoed, Bangoed,
...........,-; / .---..-.......-........ Bonged to victory in Tuesday's I
VP-16 9-2 .818 BIG BASS AMS1 Pttt Women's Golf Association playon
Open for convenience a.m.'lO
your p.m.
Medical 7.2 .773 Hagan of NARTU Is a man who'll the station's golf layout.
Admin 6-2 .750 attest to Florida's.fine fishing. In The ladies dubbed the affair, Q PICK-UP & DELIVERY \
Hospital 6-3 .667 a 90-minute period on the St. 'Bingo, Bango, Bongo and
Air Ops 5-5 .500 Johns south of Green Cove reported they kept the score, and Q ROAD SERVICED ( )
MARTDMarine 4-4 .500 Springs last week, he hauled In even used golf gear to earn MECHANIC ON DUTY
Bks 4-5 .444 seven bass, Including this 17 % points.
NARTUCommun. 3-6 .333 pound red bass. Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS

2-6 .250
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