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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: February 18, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 14 NO. 46 U. S. NAVALAIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA FEBRUARY 19, 1971
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CNO Halts Hair ve Mr


Dis Criminations I



Navymen serving aboard installations of other ser-

vices may no longer be denied access to clubs and 1 r 1
facilities because they wear beards, the Chief of Naval +

Operations recently announced.The .
Army and Air Force Chiefs of Staff and the
Commandant of the Marine Corps have issued messagesto y

all field commanders stating
that the unique grooming stan- Marine Corps 'Navy per 1J1J
dards of the Navy will not be sonnel assigned to Marine units,
discriminated against. ,The when wearing Marine uniforms ,
messages came in response to a shall abide by grooming stan-
request from Adm. Elmo R. dards established for Marines.
Zumwalt that such provisions be Otherwise, when wearing Navy
inaugurated and enforced to halt uniforms, Navy regulations
the obstacles reportedly being apply, and local orders to the
encountered by Navymen contrary are prohibited. Navy
stationed at other Armed Forces personnel assigned to Marine
facilities. units when on TAD to commands TOP SAILOR-A former Short Patrol at Jacksonville SP headquarters, AMS1 John R. Schueneman
Following are excerpts from the where Marine uniforms are not accepts the Serviceman of the Month award certificate from Capt. John Kincaid, station CO, as his
messages: required in performance of their wife smiles approvingly.
duties will have the option of

Army 'No attempt shall be wearing Navy or Marine Corps Shore Patrol .
Petty Officer
made to regulate an individual's uniforms while on TAD. Use of
appearance beyond the Marine facilities and services
requirements of his own service.It shall not be denied to personnel
is directed that policies which whose grooming meets standardsof
have resulted in exclusion from parent service (except when Selected January ServicemanJax
entrance into or use of facilitieson wearing Marine uniforms).

post be terminated.' -A first class petty officer formerly assigned to the Jacksonville Shore

Air Force 'Navy personnelare -INSIDE- Patrol Headquarters and now working at the AMD Airframes Division, has
permitted to wear beards earned the NAS Serviceman of the Month title for January.
that are short and neatly trim- PAGE AMSl John R. Schueneman of
med. Therefore Navy personnel prehended personnel and performance 'sets a high stan
Club Schedules, ?.*.., 2 Chicago was nominated for the
should not be restricted from use title due to outstanding reporting arrests to military dard for his contemporaries. His
of facilities solely because of Civilian News 8,9 performance of duty as chief of commanders. Additionally, he ability to get along well with his
beards. Menu was responsible for holding superiors, subordinates and the
2 the night watch at Shore Patrol
quarters and inspections, and many civilians he is in contact
Black Gloves Movies 13 Headquarters.His instructing the Shore Pwrolmenin with further enhances the out
Sports 19,20 duties there,as listed in the his section. standing reputation of the
nominating letter, included The letter further states that Jacksonville area Shore Patrol.
Umbrellas Are supervising and detaining ap- Petty Officer Schueneman's 'He is a good citizen of the

__ a community and a dedicated and

Wave OptionsJax Marine Guard Wins Achievement MedalJax initiative motivated, ability Navyman.and continuous His ;

genuine interest in his work make

Adm. Elmo Zumwalt, Marine Cpl. Jerry Wilson, a Marine Barracks Guard here, has receivedthe him eligible to be Serviceman of
chief of Naval Operations, has the Month.'
Achievement Medal with Combat 'V' for superior professional
issued an official change to Navy. A Navy veteran of .16 years,
... ..
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V'n.ft"cUUUVCUUU" .
Waves uniform regulations. : 111 "uaIU Schueneman reported here May
Waves are now authorized to The 22-year old Marine, who in Vietnam with the First Shore Division from October 29, 1969 1970. His next tour of duty will be
carry plain black umbrellas reported here last month, served Party Battalion, First Marine until September 29, 1970. aboard the USS Saratoga with
instead of wearing the'uniform Cpl. Wilson was assigned as a VA-37 His orders are to report
raincoat. radio operator for a helicopter there in June.
Also, black gloves may either be support team with the 1st Battalion AMSl Schueneman and his wife
worn or carried when wearing, Seventh Marines. lie was Catherine have three children
the service dress light blue cited for outstanding initiativeand and presently reside in
uniform, according to personal r. ,- r'FJ, perserverance despite the Jacksonville.
discretion. extremely adverse combat Benefits which he will receivefor
conditions. winning the monthly ser-
Govt. SurplusBid According to his citation, he viceman title are an expense -
O'r materially enhanced his team's paid trip to St. Augustine and a
Scheduled: operational effectiveness and weekend vacation at a local
1) earned the admiration of his beach motel. lie will also be
Jax The NAS Jacksonville ,: associa tes.'Reassigned. presented a $10 gift certificate to
disposal division has scheduled I as a control tower the Candlelight Restaurant.
another spot bid! sale of surplus I operator,' read his citation, 'he
items at 8:30 a.m.,Wednesday 1 r '(< repeatedly distinguished himselfby New Pro-Pay For
and % miles south of the main .i \, his ability to effectively brief
gate. and direct several helicopters Petty OfficersJax
Items for sale, which are simultaneously, thereby allowingthe
located at the NAS Jacksonville, E maximum amount of combat -The Secretary of Defensehas
Cecil Field and Mayport disposal :.'<,: essentials to be heli lifted to authorized a change in the
yards, are available for in- ,. I. front line units in a minimum of Proficiency Pay program to
spection by interested buyers. :. -Ii'.;" i time. include two categories for
All military and civil service J. .r ...'............:, a 'In addition, he personally nuclear trained personnel who
in the r \ trained less experienced per possess the appropriate NEC's.
employees participate \i.
auction except may those under 21 .. ........ .. I sonnel in the proper radio The objective is to increase the
years of age, or those who are i ... .. -., : :. ,t. ", ,, ........ procedures for requests for number of reenlistments and to
connected with the Defense medical evacuations and air get more career minded petty
officers in the speciality.
support.
Disposal Programs,
Property their agents employees or' Immediate COMBAT AWARD--Ma| J.F. Lavin, Marine Barracks CO, pins on A native of Atlanta, Ga., Cpl. Personnel in the 336 and 339
,
members of their the Navy Achievement Medal for Cpl. Jerry Wilson, who was cited for Wilson joined the Marines in May series NEC's are authorized P3-
households. his performance during his recent tour in Vietnam. 1968. $150.
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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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Editorial


New Law New
Obligation'If lt rn w

I'm old enough to wear a uniform, then I'm old e/W.Oe/Y

enough to vote,' was the common lament of the young r mwCatholic

serviceman for decades. Today the right to vote in a Friday, February It Home Fried Potatoes, Glazed

national election is a reality for young service members BREAKFAST-Hot Buttered Grits, Doughnuts.DtNNER-Chlcken Rice Soup Oven _. __

18 years old: In fact, it is more than a right. It is an Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Fried Chicken, Cream Chicken
obligation.Our Order, Griddle Cakes Choice of Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Cornbread
Grilled Bologna, Fish Fillets, Hash Dressing, Buttered Green Peas,
obligation, like that of all United States citizens, is Brown Potatoes Assorted Cake Polonaise Caul If lower Yellow Pound

to vote intelligently. Obligation is a two way DINNER Doughnuts.-Oyster Stew, Shrimp Cake.SANDWICH LINE-Slmmered Frankfurters NAVAL AIR STATION

proposition. The men we vote for also have obligations.The Curry, Curry Condiments or Roast with Sauerkraut.
Beef Pot Pie or Saturday Mass-5 P.M.
Pork Gravy, Tossed SUPPER-Pea Soup Sunday
Pork Brown
elected official! obliged to serve all the people in Green Rice, Buttered Broccoli, Boiled Franks, French Fried Mass 8 and 11 A.M. Daily Mass.

his district, not just the people who voted for him nor a Spears, Pineapple Pie. Potatoes, Steamed Sauerkraut, Monday 11 A.M. Tuesday
Chocolate
.. Broccoli
Buttered Spears
LiNE-Grilled Ham
SANDWICH .
particular group of' voters. Cheese or Tuna Salad Sandwiches. Cupcakes with Fudge Icing. through Friday 11:30: A.M.

At the same time that candidate may assume that, by SUPPIK-Shrlmp Gumbo, Pot.Roast Saturday Confessions 10:30: _
him of Beef, Vegetable Gravy Mashed. Tuesday, February 2) 11:15: A.M.
electing the endorsed his
people campaign plat- Potatoes, Lyonnalse Wax Beans, Club JMTTC

form. The intelligent voter has considered the platformsof Spinach, Blueberry Pie. BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Hard Sunday Mass -9:30: A.M.Bldg.500
the various candidates and has made his selection Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order,
Saturday,February 20 French Toast, Baked Sausage Patties,
accordingly. IIt*AKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Hard Hash Brown Potatoes, Glazed Per Sunday Worship -10 A.M.

The obligations of the voter don't end when his can- Boiled French Eggs Toast,, Fled Griddle Eggs Cakes to, Order Choiceof things
of
didate is elected to office. The citizen must keep the Grilled, Bacon, Fried Ham or Potatoes Minute DINNER Beef, Brown-Onion.Soup Beef Gravy Pan, Roast Mashed ProtestantNAVAL
Steaks
informed of Cottage Potatoes, Seasoned Gr''!i Beans,
representative opinions! _on_ the public issues. Blueberry Muffins.
RUNCH..Fried Eggs to Order, Tomatoes & Okra, ..(,wberry
Grilled Ham. Shortcake with Whipped Topping.
Breakfast Meat or AIR STATION
.
burgers, Cheeseburgers, French SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers
y.. Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked and Cheeseburgers, .
Beans, Devils Food Cake with Mocha SUPPER-Vegelable, Soup Bar. Sunday
Icing, Iced Cinnamon Twists. becued Corn Beef. Lyonnalse
s SUPPER"Bralsed Pork Chops, Potatoes, Buttered Carrots, Fried Holy Communion 8:30: A.M. .
Brown Gravy, Steamed Rice, Savory Cabbage, Peach Shortcake with Bldg. 750; Church School 9:15:
Bread Dressing, Boiled Navy Beans, Whipped Topping. A.M.
Baked Corn 8. Tomatoes, Iced Fruit Wednesday, February 24 Junior Church (nursery grade

,-r jijr.1r Bars. Chilled BREAKFAST Apple-Hot Juice Hominy, Hard Grits Boiled, 6)) 10:30: A.M.; Divine Worship

Sunday, February 21 Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, Griddle Service : A.M. Bldg. 750;
:! BREAKFAST Hot Farina, Chilled Cakes, Grilled Ham Slices, Minced Junior Youth Fellowship 1:30:
._ Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Beef, Hash Brown Potatoes, Iced Bear P.M. Bldg. 722; Senior Youth
Hard Boiled Eggs, French Toast, Claws.
Griddle Cakes, Cholse of Grilled DINNER-Tomato Rice Soup, Steak Fellowship. -1:30: P.M. .Bldg. 722.
', Bacon, Ham or Minute Pork Chops, Encasserole, Brown Pan Gravy, Tuesday
/
t" Hash Brown Potatoes, Iced Double Rissole Potatoes, Fried Rice Buttered .
Snails. Lima Beans, Steamed Spinach,
Banana Cake with Fluffy Icing. Christian Science Service 7
BRUNCH Fried Eggs to Order, SANDWICH LINE-Sloppy Joes on P.M.
/ Breakfast Meat or Grilled Cheese Hamburger Buns: Tuesday
Sandwich, French Fried Potatoes, SUPPER-Potato Soup, Grilled
Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Iced
Salmon Patties, Baked Veal & Pork
Horse Shoe Rolls, Blackberry Pie. Loaf, Tomato Gravy, Home Fried Senior Choir Rehearsal.7 P.M.
f 5' SUPPER Grilled Beef Steak, Potatoes, Baked Macaroni Cheese, Bldg.
4trt Mushroom Sauce, Baked Potato with Buttered Brussel Sprouts, Peanut 750NAVAL
Sour Cream, French Fried Potatoes, Butter Cake with Butter Cream Icing. HOSPITAL .
xx Creamed Peas .. Carrots, Buttered .,
Brussel Sprouts, Iced Layer Cake with Thursday, February 2S Divine Worship 10 a.m.
MODEL'S MODEL-Erstwhile fashion model Anne Randall ha Butter Cream Icing. BREAKFAST-Hot Wheat Cereal,
newcomer to the silver screen playing the very kind of role In Monday, February 22 Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to NATTC
I which she used to work: modeling. And not hobby shop kinds of BREAKFAST-Hot Hominy, Chilled Order,Meat French, Toast, Grilled Luncheon
airplane, boat and car modeling, either. Tomato Juice, Hard Boiled Eggs, Cottage Fried Creamed Potatoes,Chipped Swedish Beef Tea, Divine Worship 11 A.M. Bldg.
"Photo courtesy Columbia Pictures) Fried Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes,
Grilled Bacon Slices, .MInced Beef, Rings. 500
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FEBRUARY 1971 CLUB SCHEDULES


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ACTIVITY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY

February 19 February 20 February 21 February 22 February 23 February 24 February 2S




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Jimmy Archie Leslie Gary Van
Acey-Ducey Strickland MelGaden 'Drink Pot Roast
and his
Happy Hour
Whatandever's a the Wee of Western

Club Group Fair Girls Bar Vodka Beef 4:3Hp.m.: Caravan Dance

Show


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CPO d t t j ,! Happy Hour Frigid i Chicken Happy llour' : \ dies Drinks
Dancing Tommy 5-7 Half-Price
Ernie Bevens p.m. Dinner 5-7 .
to the and the Show p.m. 6 p.m Midnight
Club Clubs Seminoles


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Dancing Cocktail
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Club music by Tommy Brooks S-Gm
Johnny Jelinek"L" The JAX AIR NEWS I.
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I Toastmistresses Hold 120 Years Retires

I

Final Contest At CecilCecil From Cecil Field


Field's SORTES The final contest will be held at .

TOASTMISTRESS Club will hold the Officers Recreational A 122 years retired from Cecil i ." #! /,, '.. .' .\ V'
;
it's final club level speech contest Facility with the cocktail hour at last month. Combinations of 30, ":. :

this February 27th. Up to this 7:00: p.m. and dinner starting at 30, 30, and 32 years made up this
time, there have been four 8:00 p.m. on Saturday evening, great number of yen that four
preliminary contests and the February 27th. Everyone is men gave to the Navy and the K
,
winners in these contests will invited to attend this event and t S United States.At .
compete against each other in the price of the dinner is $4.00 a personnel inspection last
The winner of this contest will .
this final match. January, three men gave the
The participants in the final compete against other winners of total of 92 years of service to their
contest are: Toastmistress clubs in council
Sharon Arnold, Station number six, which extends from country.CW04 Frank Stevens retired

Librarian whose subject In the Savannah Georgia to 'Fort with 30 years service, he and
first preliminary contest which Lauderdale Florida. The area his wife Lonnie plan to stay in r
she won was Principles, Cen council contest will be held in Jacksonville area until school is
sorship-Crude or Lewd.Winner of April at Clearwater.The .. out and then the family is
the contest was Betty Detamoreof contestant who wins from
E to move to the west ,
the Comptroller Department, the council level will then compete 'L. .. planning coast of Florida.

who gave a speech on vision with in the regional contest to be ---- Iso retiring at the inspectionwas
the title of Psychic Phenomena. held at New Orleans in June, and CW04 Beachamp who
Louise Beard, the Commanding then from there the winner will to
retired with 32 years, plans
in the International
Officers..ecretary took top compete
remain in the Orange Park area
honors in contest number three contest at Phoenix Arizonia in
with his family.
with her speech on fulfillmentwith July. '
service went to LT. *
the title of her talk Aim for 30 years
Homer Adams he retired at the CWO and Mrs. Stevens
the Stars. Lt. and Mrs. Adams inspection also. LT. Adams and his I Icwo
Management Assistance Of to live in the w
-- wife Grace plan
fleer, Florence Span won contest leisure fime Jacksonville area also.
number four with a speech on CW04 K.W.Woods retired t
desire with the title Wishing fowork through the ranks at AMD after
Make It So. completing 30 years service to

M the Navy. A veteran of the Pearl
lANK AME RICARD-AMERICAN EXPRESSSTANDARDOILMASTERCHARGE .w. Harbor Attack, Warrant Officer '
Credit Cards Honor>* .
... Woods served in numerous
campaigns in World War II and in
MAll the Korean con ict.CW04 Woods
ROOSEVELT : and his wife Sue plan to make
their permenant home in the
I' .
Jacksonville area.
wash To these men and the 122 years
car
: they dedicated to the navy, t
thanks and congratulations fora
job well done.

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Quality Foods .
H Phone 771 W23
1971.
Every FRIDAY I Night is
Every THURSDAY Night:
Corolla FAMILY NIGHT
Your choice of

Sedan SEAFOOD Chicken &
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PLATTER 99 orChopped Dumplings Steak 79 'I'


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PERGALLON LUNCH 11 AMtil2 PM DINNER4 PMtll8 PM
Standard

Equipment includes: Reclining Bucket Seats .

White wall tiresWheelcovers NyIon carpets

Front disc brakes "Tilted glass


JACK BUSH. General i gr,says. Right
now you're
"These are RELIABLE BUYSat only 10 minutes away

WHOLESALE PRICES!INo I from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain
reasonable! deal refused Bring your title.
70 LAND ROVER 4 wheel drive Diesel engine In"
70 RAMBLER HORNET Door Sedan, Auto trans. Air conditioned,
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air,Vinyl roof, R&H,WWT. Inn We have 6yes( six) swimming pools. 0 Plus
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tt CHEVY Super Sport V.9, 4 Speed, Factory air. PB Tach, One congenial/ young neighbors to help enjoy them. Phone: 781.3818
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RAMBLE R''MO 4 door Sedan,Auto trans.,R&H, SilStS ping centers and boating minutes away. You 1; p
< RAMBLER CLASSIC. 4-door,6 cyl.,standard shift, R&H. Like can get to Cecil Field/ or the Naval Air Station c t turn DIRECTIONS:Out Roosevelt Blvd.,
brand new. St7 In 10 minutes* downtown Jacksonville In 15. right on San Juan-Continue past
tS CHEVY PICK-UP standard trans., V 0, R&H Low mileage, D Apartments have Individually controlled : Cedar-turn Creek left to bridge to Jammes Road
Engine perfect. SISO heating and air conditioning, carpeting apartments.
t3 BUICK LtSABRE Door Sedan,Auto trans.,V..R&H, PS. St7S draperies and sliding glass door to courtyard
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IEFLLkV llIL'' Electric Shock Fatalities

I

l Result From CarelessnessIs


it possible that you have been preparing to drill holes in the Purchase only appliances and
trapped into becoming a home floor; his drill failed, its frame extension cords which have the
electrocutloner of one of your became electrified, and he was three wire NEMA (National
loved ones? In 1969 electric shock electrocuted.In Electrical Manufacturers
accidents at home killed about Atlanta, Ga., a man was Association) plugs and receptacles -
300 Americans. Thousands more using a portable electric drill for home use.
were injured and suffered burns, while standing on wet ground. His Check your house electrical
broken bones and disabilities. drill was a three wire polarized wiring and If It is not the NEMA 3-
InTaylorsville, N.C.a ministerwas type, but he did not have it wire system, have a qualified
electrocuted while using a plugged into a three wire electrician make the necessary
Y _n ____ __ drill to repair his boat He was receptacle.The changes.
LAST SALUTEARDC Walter Motcardlnl., I 27 year Navy sitting in an inner tube in the motor shorted to the case, Your safety is dependent on the
veteran, is piped over the side at VP S Headquarters where he was water.In electrocuting him. total electrical system that is,
Power Plants chief fqr two years.A native of Youngstown, Ohio, Chief New lIampshire, a woman You may have electric ap all components In the system
Moscardin! was Instrumental In the squadron's winning the CNO died as she climbed out of her pliances and power tools that are must be of the NEMA con
Maintenance Award and has earned considerable experience with the backyard pool to connect the sometimes used outdoors. Qne figuration. All componentsshould
A.3, P.2 and P.3 type aircraft during his career. He plans to stay in electric pool filter to an extension particular item you should check be checked periodically to
the Jacksonville area. cord which ran from her house.In carefully is the electric charcoal assure that the 'third wire'
Pierce, Neb., a 15montholdgirl igniter. Another appliance usedin ground is good. (Faulty extension
Navy Instructor Training died when her tiny fingers outdoor cookery is the cords or outlets can also be
touched the prongs of a loosely motorized charcoal grill. Most of hazardous.) ...
Inserted light plug as she crawled the spit motors are of the two KEEP j"
Valuable at Separation across a metal furnace register.In wire type. Should the motor \" '
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WASHINTON-Since their preparation for a second career. picked up a charcoal igniter and the charcoal grill could become TEMPER.HOJMDA '
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structor Training Schools (ClassC college training in the electricity went through his body and you are perspiring, or have It P
Q/se wants
) have been a pathfinder in educational field. Some schools His mother leaped to the rescue just come out of the swimmingpool -who
training Navymen and women give teaching experience credit and was severely shocked, and and inadvertently touch an
for instructor duty and company for the time spent as a Navy nearly electrocuted in getting the electrified charcoal grill, you
commander assignments. instructor, thereby enhancing teenager loose from the ap- could be electrocuted.
Located Norfolk, Va., Great entry salary opportunities. pliance.In There are some basic things
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Air Force Officer Gets Promoted679th

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Jajc-Capt Richard B. Oxford, Air Force Radar Squadronhere
communication officer
at the
-, '" ,was promoted to his present
V,": "' rank Feb. 10.

i. A native of Hopevllle, Ga.,
Capt. Oxford holds a bachelor of
science degree from the
University of Georgia where he
earned his commission throughthe

i AFROTC Program. Prior to 0:
reporting here in Dec. 1968, he ';
was stationed at Keesler AFB ,"'. ..
where he completed a course in '

ground electronics.The .
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25-year-old captain lists
scuba diving, golf, hunting and :
water skiing among his favorite :<

Capt. OxfordVABenefits off-duty pastimes along with .
tennis and fishing. .
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High School Dropouts
AWARD RECIPIENTS.During I pre change of command ceremony Jan. 15,these members
of Patrol Squadron Five were honored with special awards and recognitions. FRONT ROW: Lt. Billie/
B. Wise Navy Achievement Medal A01 Cecil Tilly third Good Conduct Award A2 Robert
May Further Education Schroeder- Sailor/ of the Quarter AW3 Jesse Woodham, A03 Glen Taylor and ATR3 Ray Heath.
Alrcrtwman Wings BACK ROW AW2 Warren Watkins second Good Conduct Award and Air.

WASHINGTON-There are many ways that servicemenand crewman Wings AW3 Patrick O'Malley, AX3 Charles Gibson, AW3 Stephen and AW3 Johnny Ron.

veterans-particularly high school 'dropouts'cancontinue spiel Alrcrewman Wings.

their education, according to the VeteransArlminktrafinn

Local Corpsman Receives Commission

One the .
Predlscharge.Education
To be eligible for PREP,
Program, (PREP) servicemen
have
must at least
helps servicemen on activemilitary 181 consecutive days of active Through Medical Procurement ProgramJaxA
duty earn high school duty. The schooling is not
diplomas or for higher
prepare chargeable against the GI Bill
education Another or program vocational provides training. time earned during active ser- former first class hospital corpsman attached to a local Marine Corps

tutoring assistance above the vice. Reserve Unit recently received a commission as an ensign in the Medical Ser-

high school level for servicemenand Interested servicemen should vice Corps as a result of the MSC Procurement Program for HMl's and HMC's.Ens .
veterans who study under the contact their base education
GI BI11. offices for details, VA officials John C. Wanamaker, a
The VA pays servicemen in said. native of Newark, N.J., enlistedin

PREP up to $175 each month for Under the tutorial program, the Navy in April 1963. He
attended F.; i ir it
the regular cost of tuition, fees, VA will pay up to $50 monthly in Hospital Corps School, t t
Class
'A'and'B' and after
books and supplies. tutoring fees. a tour $
of duty aboard the USS Kenneth
I D. Bailey in 1969, he reported to
Tam Ky, Vietnam, where he
spent one year assigned to
NewIncomeTaxService MILPHAP Team Three.
At Tam Ky his services earned
offers him the Navy CommendationMedal
with combat'V. His other

awards include the Navy Unit
: Commendation, the Vietnam ..1
Instant'Tax Service Medal with clasp, the
; Vietnam Armed Forces Honor I
Medal, second class, and the i c
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Republic of Vietnam Armed I F
Forces Meritorious Unit Citation I <
(Gallantry Cross), !
." He has been stationed in
RECEIVES COMMISSION Capt. C.W. Lewis Jr., commanding
Jacksonville since June 1970
officer of the Naval Hospital here, administers the oath, to newly I
where he served with 11 Staff,Co
commissioned
Ens. John
C. Wanamaker (MSC), a former hospital
B, 4th Amtrac Bn. Following corpsman.

Refund' indoctrination assignment at the
Administration at Bethesda, Md.,
Naval School of Health Care Ens. Wanamaker will report to the Naval Hospital at Charleston,
I S.C. for his first tour as a commissioned

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Civil Service News



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t Supply Dept. Employee 6 It +



Is Civilian of the MonthJaxMrs.



Ruth T. Anders, a contract assistant for the

Supply Department's purchase division, has been

selected as the Civilian Employee of the Month for + j

January. She was presented a special certificate and a _

copy of her letter of nomination Tuesday by Capt. John _M YZ 11 r rr

Kincaid, statipn commanding officer.In t ,.

a letter nominating her for ___ ____ _u __
the monthly award Capt. R. C get courteous and prompt at HONORED FOR JANUARY With her husband Frank, Mrs. Ruth Anders of the Supply Depart.
O'Loughlln, supply officer, tention.' selection the Civilian
the certificate she received for her as Employee of
meat displays
proudly
praised her cheerful and In praising her attitude at the Month while Lt. Christopher Harrison, purchasing officer, and her supervisor, Floyd Barnes (r)
attitude at wort.
cooperative work, Capt. O'Loughlin made
'Always a punctual, loyal and note of her active interest with

dedicated employee, she typifies civic organizations such as the observe.President Revises Retirement LawsPublic
those career employees whose United Fund and the Navy Relief
experience and sincere per- Campaign. She is also a memberof

formance make up the backboneof the Navy Management President Nixon changes the Civil
the organization to which they Association.Mrs. Law 91-658, signed recently by ,

are assigned' he said. Anders, who began her Service Retirement law in 5 ways.
Mrs. Anders, whose job is civil service career as a junior These changes ((1)) make requirements for survivor annuity to be met by a

administrating the purchase and clerk typist here with the pur- widower of an employee the same as for a widow; (2)) provide service credit for

delivery of orders and contracts chase division in 1943, was certain periods of separation during which employees received Federal Em-
issued by the purchase division, promoted to GS-7 in 1960. Duringthe retiree who unmarried at the
has worked without clerical past two years she has ployees Compensation benefits; ((3)) permit a was
assistance except in isolated received a performance rating time of retirement to provide a survivor annuity for a spouse whom he married

cases when help was provided with two 0' factors. after retirement; ((4)) permit a survivor annuity for the second spouse of a retiree

! I from the purchase services who elected a survivor annuity for a spouse whom he married after retirement;

.' branch.O'Loughlin According her job involves to Capt.about and, (5)) permit a reemployed annuitant to use his supplemental annuity to increase
his
survivor's benefit.
200 formal contacts, 8000 pur-
chase orders and 3000 delivery
orders a year. Following are some questions and answers about the new changes:

Her work area is located near
the purchase division entrance Q. What change does the new that a widower has to be Incapable A. The employee must have-
where she is faced with constant t/; law make concerning widow. of self-support and (1) completed at least 18
ers of women employees? must have received more months of Federal civil
interruptions from incoming r A. It permits payment of a sur- than half-support from his ian service, and
visitors. Although it is not a part tr vivor annuity to the widowerof deceased wife.Q. (2) died while employed subject
of her assigned duties, Mrs. a woman employee on the What are the requirementsthat to the Civil Service
Anders always goes out of her same basis as to the widowof must now be met to Retirement System.Con't. .
way to make sure these visitors 'GUES'S WE 0:1ttR[ ihSt'ENrrOURt .. << a male employee by qualify a widower (or widow
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j ; PWD CitesEmployees :


I Civilian HighlightsQUESTIONS I + '\



and ANSWERS
(Continued from Page 8)) Q. What change has been made Jax Several Public Works
in the retirement law con. employees recently received
The widower (or widow) cerning credit for periods of awards for their outstandingwork
must- separation during which Fed. from Capt. R. T. Hardy,
(1) have been married to the eral employees' compensation
Public Works officer
employee for at least 2 benefits were received?
years Immediately pre A. An employee (or former empiovee Beneficial Suggestion checks
ceding her (or his) ) who returns to Fed. were presented to Garland D.
death, or eral employment after he Presson, Thomas M. Franklin,
(2) be the father (or moth has been separated is now Jesse Phillips, William Logan,
er) of a child born of deemed to have been on leave Lawrence E. Jackson, and
the marriage with the without pay for any part of
employee.Q. the period of separation dur A, Mitchell E. Palmquist GeorgeW.
Does this change affect wid ing which he melted Fed. j i4 Drozak earned a $100 check
owers of employees who died eral employees' compensa. for his suggestion which Is
before January 8, 1971? lion as a result of illness or estimated to save the department
A. No. It applies injury related to his GOT- $1,040.
only to widowers
of employees who die ernment Job. kLL1T Capt. Hardy presented
Q. What Is the effect of this ;
on or after January 8, 1971. change 4 : Superior Accomplishmentawards

A. It permits full credit toward to Jeannette E. Reilly,
retirement for all or a por- James W. Steedley Donald J,
Traffic tion of a separation period k 4 -x t y ere Williams and Eleanor Sapp.
during which the employee Each received a check in
was receiving employees' recognition of outstanding on-the-
ViolationsJaxThe compensation.Q. job performance
Is this change retroactive? -- r
A. This change applies to quail'
lying periods of separation :* S F +epS.L .

following is a' reportof occurring before as well as 'QOM'f KU' i g
motor vehicle accidents and on or after January 8, 1971. YgYpuRp!,DA
Q. How can an employee who "
traffic violations for the period of
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Feb. retired before January 8,
17.Number 1971, obtain this retirement
of Accidents credit?
A. Since there is no practicableway
This period 9 in which the Government .
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ACCOMPLISHED EMPLOYEES Jeanne E. Reiley, one of
This period a year ago. 8 can identify already' -
Total accidents this year 29 retired persons with periodsof several Public Works Department employees who were honoredfor (
separation which could be outstanding performance, receives superior performancecheck MAKE Ya Rsus&KroN
Total accidents through this counted, the new law reQuires from-Capt. R. T. Hardy, Public Works Officer. James Steedley, $ g!
period last 40 that such periods be Eleanor Sapp and Donald Williams also received Superior Per-
year I
counted only upon application
Total number of days since last by the retiree.Q. formance awards.

injury in a motor vehicle accident I am already retired and
142 have a period of separation

Number of days since an injury during which compensation.I received How employees' ARLANS I FURNITURE SAVES I NAS I

can I apply to have this
last year at this time 10
period credited toward my

Number of Violations A. annuity Simply ?write a letter to the PERSONNEL I MORE I ON I ALL I FURNITURE

Civil Service Commission,
This period 37 Bureau of Retirement, In-
surance, and Occupational
Speeding 8 Health, 1900 ESt., N.W., Yes, Arlans, Furniture World appreciates you work at NAS or are Navy connected, you
Reckless driving 1 Washington, D.C. 20415. HAS business and we want to continue to can save 'big dollars' at Arlans Furniture
Going through stop sign 2 Please be sure to give full help HAS personnel' furnish their homes World by watching for these special advtrtlMmtnts. .
Other Violations 26 identifying information, Including with quality furniture at low, low prices. If .
Twenty-one drivers appeared your name, date of
birth, and CSA claim num w ., ,' '.
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon / 1" k'l' ). :
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Feb. 11. Disposition of the ber.Bulletins }
cases included the following: Post :
Nine lost driving and parking J
privileges aboard the station for Job Vacancies '' t
various periods; Seven were i '
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assigned to complete an eight- Jax New job openings for '
hour course in remedial driving; NAS civilian employees are
17 received suspensions; 5 were planner and estimator
given warnings; and 8 were (machinist) MPB 11 71.; sandblaster .
referred to commanding officersfor MPB 12 71; supervisory
possible disciplinary action. property marketing specialistGS12 L-
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I Now.,.. Credit Union Sets Annual Meeting I

assistant chief of staff for Naval Air Reserve
Jax--The 19th Annual well as the civilian community Statistics on growth in Shore Affairs, Com- Training Unit, NAS
Membership Meeting of members' shares and Russell F. Misner, Jacksonville: James W.
the Jax Navy Federal The agenda for the loans, which increased fairjax;analyst, Naval Air Hendricks, senior ini
Credit Union will be called evening includes reports assets to more than $20 budget Rework Facility; W.M. dustrialengineer
to order by President from credit union officialson million in 1970, will be educational training technician, Naval Air
William M. Ross at 7 p.m., the financial conditionand presented by Treasurer Ross, Naval Air Rework Facility; and
Feb. 26The progress of the credit Cecil E. Acree Jr. specialist Technical Training Fernie E. Selby Jr., in-
meeting, to be held union during the year 1970. Other reports will be R. Story, dustrial engineer
at King Hall, NATTC, will The Board of Directors' given by the Chairman of Center; Ralph Personnel technician, Public Works
be attended by estimated report on important the Credit Committee, Civilan NAS Department NAS
950 members and guests decisions and progress will Ernest Leslie, and Department, Jacksonville.
and Tonly
from NAS Jacksonvilleand be presented by President Chairman of the Super- Jacksonville; Members
industrial present at-the
NAS Cecil Field, as Ross. visory Committee RalphR. Zambito, meeting will be called
Tecnician,
Sory. The floor will be Engineer on
members for Naval Air Rework Facility,' to select from the slate and
to
$900 in Share DepositsTo questions open and suggestions Credit Committee 'any others nominated
rfrom the floor during
I concerning the operationof nominees are John G. the
Be Given MembersJaxJax the credit union. Cooke, Foreman of Air meeting, those whom they
Nominees Announced Frame Mechanics, Naval believe will best represent
Nominees for four Air Rework Facility; YNC them in the managementof
Navy Federal given to lucky credit union vacancies on the board of Everett W. Coppins Jr., the credit union's affairs,
Credit Union is. giving members attending the directors and two on the
away a sample of its meeting All members credit committee will be Guest Speaker's Topic :
merchandise! attending the meeting will presented to the mem-
In this age of samples- have the opportunity to bership by Gordon L.
toothpaste hanging on register for the prize King, chairman of the 'Social Responsibility'JaxCapt.

your doorknob, shampoo drawing. nominating committee.For .
arriving in neatly Grand prize is a $300 the board of John R. terpreted to mean the
packaged boxes, books in share deposit. Otheramounts directors, the committeehas Kincaid, commandingofficer responsibility of people to
the mailbox, and however to be given in- nominated SN CharlesS. NAS Jacksonville other people, to their
else you have received clude a $100 deposit, four Collins Jr., Comptroller will be. the featured communitiesandtothemselves. -
samples lately-your creditis prizes of $50 each, and 12 Department, NAS speaker at the Jax Navy Capt. Kincaid will
joining. the giveaway deposits of $25 each.If Jacksonville; S.H. Hen- Federal Credit Union explore the social
group. you want to be part of dricks, Supply systems Annual Meeting. responsibilities each of us
Jax Navy Federal Credit the credit union's sample analyst, Supply Depart- has, as well as the
Union is giving away merchandise giveaway, ment, NAS Cecil Field; 'Social Responsibility'will responsibilities which the
money! the date is Friday 26, 1971, Ernest F, Leslie, In- be Capt. Kincaid's credit union has-both to its
Prizes at the credit at 7:00: P.M. in King Hall, dustrial engineer topic for his speech to members and to itself.
union's annual meeting of NATTC, at Jax Navy technician, Naval Air members and guests at- Capt. Kincaid is by
the membership will total Federal Credit Union's Rework Facility; Cdr. tending. The term 'social reputation one of the finest
$900 in share deposits to be Annual Meeting. Robert R. Loomis, responsibility'is in- speakers in the area.

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holds Its annual membership ,
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express opinions about 'the I
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 11


r I I f I El /! !.N\Q' ,;. Marine Corporal Earns Navy Medal I



For Combat Activities in VietnamJax

1$: It : ( .

I N ,\ Cpl. Michael M. Myrick high level of efficiency, he miration of all who associatedwith
I I I received the Navy AchievementMedal materially enhanced the operational him.'
with Combat 'V' from Lt. effectiveness of his unit
j # Col. L. E. Blanchard, MATSGCO and gained the respect and ad.riiR 'Displaying superior
% Friday in connection with .. professionalism, he worked
f --- ---
I t i if combat operations against the tirelessly and with meticulous
enemy in the Republic of Viet attention to detail to ex-
nam from July 17, 1969 to July 12, peditiously assemble various
: 1970. ordnance components into
i I Cpl.Myrick received the award complete, combat ready units for
j while serving with Marine Aircraft loading aboard tactical aircraft.
ji i Group 13, First Marine % : Through his proficiency and
I Jt Aircraft Wing, Marine Fighter astute technical knowledge, he
I Attack Squadron 314. contributed significantly to his
i According to the citation,'as an squadron's delivery of thousands
AOM, he displayed outstanding of tons of munitions against
J -I initiative and perseverance enemy targets.1

j despite the extremely adverse Cpl. Myrick has been with
-'Lfl4 conditions and difficulties MATSG since September and
a 1 associated with a combat en works at the AO 'A' school.
1I
I' vironment.. By his consistently Cpl. Myrick

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1 CHANGING HANDS-During-a Feb. 7 change of command Avionics Officer Wins Dynamics Award I

ceremony at the Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment here, Col
Jean W. Owen (fr) accepts the colors of the 25th Staff Group\ relieving
Col. Robert W. Whitney as Group commanding officer. Col. Whitney Jax-Ens. John Vercher, a distinctive NESEP officer According to his citation, 'he
, has been assigned{o.the Volunteer Training Unit 26 in Miami.Navy's former chief aviation electronics candidates.In presented a most positive imageof
technician who was commissioned a letter from the commanding a member of the United States
through the NESEP officer ROTC and the Navy while at the University of
U-Move-It Policy program, has received the professor of Naval Science at the Mississippi.
General Dynamics Award from unitversity, the 29-year-old Navy A native of Pineville, La.,
the NROTC Unit at the University officer was cited for his academic Ens. Vercher Joined the Navyin
Is Costless ConvenientWASHINGTONThe of Mississippi where he attended performance and his leadership September 1957. He was an
four years of college. lie attributes.As ATI instructor for electronics at
graduated last year with abachelor's his citation reads, 'his senseof NATTC Memphis,Term when he
Navy is during a six month test period, at degree in electrical responsibility to the NESEP was selected for NESEP. He was
testing a program that may Naval Supply Centers .
engineering.Ens. organizationand to its individuals, advanced to chief while attending
I enable a transferred sailor to Norfolk Va. and
NewportR.I.; together with to the university.Ens. .
a willingness
move his own personal propertyat Oakland and San Diego, Calif. Vercher, presently help others, marked his con- Vercher, reported herein
no 'out of pocket' expense to The'do-it-yourself' method will assigned as avionics officer for tributions during the 1969 1970 September 1970. In addition to
himself. allow a Navyman to move at his AMD, received a plaque and academic his duties with the aircraft
Arrangements made with three own time and convenience, 'citation for his outstanding year. maintenance department he is
nationally known vehicle rental assure that his property arrives achievement as the leading of- 'His personable manner, the station's NESEP counselorand
companies provide Navy when he does, and will reduce ficer candidate at the university positive attitude and cooperative is available to advise
members with vehicles, packing loss and damage to his last year. This newly established nature earned the respect and prospective NESEP candidateshere.
material and trip information belongings. military award recognizes friendship of many people.' .

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PAGE 12 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


I GI Loan Interests DecreasedVeterans


using GI loans will refinancing homes already
have improved opportunities to owned by veterans.In .
finance homes and will pay less addition, it,also restores the
for loans as the result of two expired, unused eligibility for r
important actions of recent loans to veterans of World War II
weeks. That U ,the opinion of and the Korean Conflict.It .
Odell W. Vaughn, director of the also lowered the cost of loans
St. Petersburg Veterans Ad- by doing away with a .5 percent
ministration Regional Office. funding fee previously paid by.
The latest was the lowering of post Korean veterans
the maximum rate of Interest to Vaughn said that the average
77V4 percent, effective Jan 13, GI home loan at this time is about
1971. The rate had been 8} $20,000, meaning that the buyer
percent until December 1970 would save I2.SOO over a 30 year
when It was lowered to 8 percent. loan period from the reduction lathe .
This reduction! combines with interest rate.
provisions of the Veterans This reduction plus the greater
Housing Act of 1970, recently flexibility the new housing law
signed by the President, to make gives the veteran makes the
the housing outlook considerably housing outlook considerably
brighter for millions of brighter for men just coming
In the view of Vaughn. lie point home from service and It also
out that the new law allows loanson allows older veterans to take anew
wuvwn
mobile homes and condominiums look at their housing needs ---

'for the first time and and perhaps find ways to meet THREE NEW CORPORALS-Tbra MATSO Marines received I new stripe Feb.. 11 and hearty
also allows GI loans to be used for them better,' Vaughn said congratulations from 1st Lt. Richard F. Golec, MATSG personnel officer. They are: (from left)
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assigned to MATSG's Personnel Section. Cpl.West works in the Art Shop.



r First Termers Need Information ,7.

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r On Benefits.. of.. Service Careers


WASHINGTON Defense Department Information Increase Maj. Gen. Leo E. Benade,
officials doubt that For this reason, added effortsare deputy assistant secretary'
'first term' enlisted men fully being made to insure that_the defense for military personnel
understand and appreciate the young servicemen have. an policy, manpower and reserve
significance of the supplemental adequate understanding of the affairs, has testified to that effect
benefits they receive in the armed value of the benefits available to before a special House sub-
.1= forces and tend to count only them, both in the present and the committee on supplemental
4 J\ their 'cash in hand.' future. service benefits.

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estimated in a that ser-
COMPLETES 41 YEARS-YNCM Clarke C. Chltty (I) receives a report
Meritorious Advancement Board vicemen considerably undervalued -
special retirement plaque from Harry Neary, Jacksonville superln- the level of toal
tendent of elections, during a retirement dinner at the FRA Hall on
Collins Rd. Chief Chitty entered the Navy In 1929, and was NARTU's Convenes to Review CandidatesWASHINGTON compensation. also undervalue
senior reservist with respect length of service. His wife (center) Is a Recipients
income in kind current
former Wave,and their four sons are currently serving on dive duty, The Merit- selected for CPO, and another 100 deferred income, he savingsand said.
while their daughter anticipates joining! the service as soon as she is orious Advancement in Rate out of 500 picked for first class. ,
old tnough. Board convened January 19 in the Nominees are personnel who Understanding Value
Bureau of Naval Personnel He explained that this occurs
have taken the exam five times,
(BUPERS). and either passed or failed. AU for a number of reasons: They
This 30-member board is have been recommended by their forget it; it is 'involuntary1 In-
considering some 2,000 superior commanding officers as being come over which they exercise
limited, if any, discretion; it is
performing E-5 and E-6 can- consistently outstanding
Good chance we're going per- deferred to such a long time in
first
didates for. advancement to formers capable of carrying out
class and chief petty officer. all the duties of the next higher the future that they do not count
whereJ'you're going Chances for advancement rate. A clean record is man- its full value now; its receipt is
w depend upon the advancement datory. contingent on completing ad-
opportunity which exists in the Board deliberations are expected ditonal service; or they simply do
rating and the number of can- to take about four weeks. not know what it is worth.
didates competing. Both TAR Following BUPERS approval He added that almost a fifth of
and Wave personnel are advancement authorizations will military pay is received either in
represented.Some be issued by the Naval Examin. kind (quarters and subsistence)

100 out of 1,500 will be ing Center, effective May 1.REGBNCYTOYOTA. or as savings through the
operation of PX's and commissary
stores, provision of
medical care, survivor benefits
coverage, and the like. Such
income tends to be undervalued
.. because the member is not quite
\ 4t sure just how much he is saving.
AT REGENCY SQUARE When one doesn't pay rent or
utilities it is easy to underestimate -
the value of quarters
. furnished.

i ,r it 1elt'TOYOTAC. I I RO, t 2 D iSED4N Even if accurately estimated,
\.' ; .. the value to the member may
'/ : differ substantially from the
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Consoles some with AM.FM, tape
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stock. Full warranty! Phone 771.0409. 2 Br., LR., Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., S'' ''OS
Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off wAS+4 i $ I All
T.V. RENTALSG.E. street. Water, Garbage & Sewage ,
19 In. Port. Special monthly & Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn (plus I
weekly rates. Air Base Pawn Shop. tax 3872541. Weekends 3890744. SALE
(Just outside Main Gate NAS) 388-

3481. FURN. APTS. 111

1 & 2 BR. Cent. Heat & Air, W-W 11 J1JJ1
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH Carpet. All utilities paid except _. ,
Wilford's Fish Camp 2649707. telephone. 388.8817 or 388.5472. f Io New points, plugs,

GEORGE'S KENNELS rotor. Adjust carbu

Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. retor. Complete electrical .
Pick up & Delivery Available. MOBILE HOMES check.
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing.
Master-change & BankAmerlcard
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cuts wearPrecision
We repair and service space heaters, Take over payments: of $89.38. mo. Alignment
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14 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER

Overseas Returns
I

Duty.. Free Shipments- Now AvailableWASHINGTONThe

personaland The Bureau of Customs overseas before he leaves for the
household effects of mem reports a serviceman qualifies United States.
bers of the armed forces and for the duty exemption when his If effects are sent home before
their famlles returning from permanent change of station permanent change of station
extended duty assignmentsoverseas orders are dated prior to the orders are issued, or if articlesare
may be admitted free of shipment of the articles and the purchased overseas and are
duty if they areshippedat the end articles have been in the not delivered to the purchaser
of the overseas assignment possession of a serviceman abroad, but are sent to his ad-
dress in the United States, the
I- r 1 special exemption does not apply
1 1r The Bureau of Customs con-
siders military personnel to be
returning from extended
assignments if;
k4 They are returning from an Arrington renders final' saluteto
a
4y assignment with at least 140 PIPING OVER-AFCM Charles F
days of continuous duration, or his fellow chiefs as he closes a 30-year Navy career during a
120 days, in the case of naval retirement ceremony at VW-4's hangar headquarters.
i personnel aboard ships which
country.have deployed outside the VW-4 Maintenance Chief

They are returning to the
United States, under permanent Closes 30-Year CareerJaxMaster
change of station orders, thus
terminating an extended tour of
and have served in this
officer
,
duty abroad, regardless of the Chief Aircraft
actual duration of the duty. Maintenanceman Charles F. capacity with distinction and
They are ordered by the Arrington retired after 30 yearsof honor.CLIPPERILVERLINE.
goverment from duty at one post naval service in ceremonies
abroad to duty at another foreign conducted at the 'Hurricane /
SHIPS FOR SIX- c.pt. John Klncaid' NAS commanding officer,
Hunters' Hangar 123.
of their
post, causing the return
I administers the enlistment oath to one of his stewards, SD3 Norberto personal and household effects to Chief Arrington came to VW-4 T.CRAFT,
Santos, who reenlisted for six years. the United States. from VP-24, Patuxent River, MERCRUISER
Md., in March 1969. Since that STERNDRIVES
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time he served as the squadron's MERCURY
assistant maintenance material Ii OUTBOARDS
control officer. iwtymrwwm:=I :::,: :
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OMUFF side the chief EXPERT
was presented a
letter of commendation and the REPAIR SHOP \\I:
Navy Achievement Medal by ::
former VW-4 Commanding Officer TRAINED Ij IjFAcTORY
Cdr Alvin 'F' Marsh. The MECHANICS J
letter read in part, '...Since
joining the naval service in Jan.
M 1M1, you have reached the pin 264-9835
nacle of success that few men INLET MARINE
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personal diligence and out- Sales & Service
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Navy P-3 Aircraft Retrieves ....'..."'f ::11
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Navy P-3 Orion aircraft, which recently claimed a new ,'.,sXwA
world record for a non-refueled long distance flight, continues to chalk up more :
world records.The : :t.
..
Lockheed-built an- record; reached the greatest 3,000 meters ((9,843 feet) in 2 (: ,\:
tisubmarine warfare aircraft, altitude for the type aircraft and minutes, 59 seconds; to 6,000 ,'!;iv.'.'
piloted by Cdr. Donald H. claimed four new rate-of-climb meters ((19,685 feet) in 5 minutes, :',. rfy
Lilienthal, flew from the Naval records in categories that had not 48 seconds; to 9,000 meters
Air Station, Atsugi, Japan, to the been attempted previously in any ((29,528 feet) in 19 minutes, 53
Naval Air Test Center Patuxent heavyweight turboprop aircraft. seconds.
River, Md.-6,858 miles, in 15 On Jan. 27, at the Naval Air The aircraft continued to an
hours and 21 minutes. (The P-3 Test Center, the P-3C attained a altitude of 46,100 feet to claim a
actually flew 7,010 miles becauseof speed of 502 statute miles per new maximum altitude for this
extra distance required to skip hour over the 15 to 25 kilometer class of plane. The old world's
the Soviet Kamchatka Penin- ((9.3 to 15.5 miles) course, ex- altitude record of 44,343 feet was
sula.) ceeding the Soviet IL-18 record of established by a Soviet IL-18 on
The previous record distancefor 452 miles per hour set on May 16, Oct. 20, 1969.
the heavy turboprop aircraft 1968. The Lockheed P-3C Orion usedin _____n__ _
class was established in October The new record of 44,900 feet the record flights is a
1967,when a Soviet IL-18 covered for altitude in horizontal flight production model with no engineor
RECORD BREAKING TRIO-Elght world flight records, four of
4,761 statute miles.In was achieved on Feb. 4 at fuel system modifications andis
them held by the Russians, were captured by a Navy P-3C Orion
the three weeks this Patuxent River. The of those in the
,
same previous typical use by Aircraft the
during past month. Smiling triumphantly after returningthe
aircraft has achieved seven more world mark of 42,618 feet was set U.S.Navy.It is a four-engine,low marks to the United States art Cdr. Donald H. Lilienthal, pilot (1))
world records. Cdr. Lilienthal by a Soviet IL-18 on June 13, 1969. wing aircraft designed for long and co-pilot LCdr. F. Howard' Soodlty. Records established by the
broke the Russian held speed On Feb. 8, the Orion claimed range surveillance and 'antisubmarine Lockheed-built submarine warfare aircraft Include speed,nonstop
record; exceeded a Russian four 'time-to-climb' records, warfare. distance, rite of climb and altitude.
'altitude in horizontal flight climbing from the ground up to

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45 commanding officer,
presented Letters of Com-
mendation to Loading Team One
for their performance during the
Navy Technical Proficiency r TODAY
Inspection held in Sept. 1970.

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h. BOOK SHELF Navy Wives Opinions



wr Collected in Survey


r WASH1NGTON-A Navy-wide survey of wives' opinions was conducted
in the 1970 spring issue of 'Navy Wifeline' newsletter by the
By Navy Wifeline Association a volunteer group.
Mary DeLoach,NAS Librarian For the first time In any branch of service, wives were heard by
BOOK: 'Arfive'AUTHOR others who care about what they think of service l life, commissaries
: I.B Guthrie Jr. exchanges, medical care for dependents, service clubs,
PUBLISHER: Houghton, 1970'Arfive' moving, housing and educational opportunitiesThe
is the last book in a Navy Wifeline Association tabulated the results and made this
four volume series about early information available to interested people who are in a position to take
Western days. Readers who positive action.Approximately.
remember the previous novels- 11,000 officers wives and 14,000 enlisted wives were
'The Big Sky,' 'The Way West' mailed questionnaires. Additionally, 125,000 questionnaires were
and 'Those Thousand Hills'-will distributed via usual Navy Wifeline distribution system.
want to read this final book. Here are the results of the poll representing opinions of 7,000 enlisted
Others who have not read them men's wives and 3,000 officers'wives who responded to the survey.
but who like Western novels HOW DO YOU AS A NAVY WIFE FEEL ABOUT YOUR HUSBAND
flavored with authentic realism BEING IN THE NAVY OFFICER WIVES: 69 percent favorable, 5
will want to read this one and percent unfavorable. ENLISTED WIVES: 37 percent favorable, 35
perhaps go back to the others. p percent unfavorable.The .
The setting of' the story is a three most unfavorable aspects of being a Navy wife were ((1))
small cow town in Montana husband's absence away from home, ((2)) amount of husband's pay,
named Arfive. The time is just 711.915'f and (3)) length and-or frequency of deployment.
prior to World War I when Arfive 711.915'r Frequently cited as unfavorable aspects of being a Navy wife were
was growing up into an availability of permanent goverment quarters and lack of dental care
established community already for dependents.The lack of Navy dental care for dependents created a
boasting a Methodist Church, financial hardship for 55 percent of the officer families and 37 percent
""'----- of the enlisted families.
More than nine in ten of the officer wives and 80 percent of the
Open for your convenience Sc.m enlisted wives indicated they had no difficulty in joining their
husbands in any area because of the high cost of living there.
o PICKUP & DELIVERY
However, 17 percent of the officer wives and 29 percent of the enlisted
o ROAD SERVICEO wives who were stationed in a high cost of living area indicated that
MECHANIC ON DUTY this caused serious money problems. Of those officer and enlisted
wives who had a recent permanent change of duty station, about fourin
o AMERICAN & FOREIGN expenses.10 felt that the Navy allowance for travel was not enough to cover


BOB'S OAK Twenty-eight percent of the officer wives and 38 percent of the
enlisted wives expressed no preferences as to the type of communityin
which they would prefer to live. Approximately one-fifth of officer
and families.enlisted wives would prefer to live among predominately military

SERVICE While four in 10 of the officer wives would like to live in a community
where there is an equal number of military and civilian families, only
103rd & JTammei Road one-fourth of the enlisted wives would like to do so.
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Part II : The Black Man in the Navy




Segregation Appears ; Erased by World War IIEd. I


( Note: This is the second of -

a three-part aeries describing the failed After, one a rescue crew attempt by boat Doric Miller, for example, was a Between 1943-54, a total of 60 black officers, the Navy
member
historical participation of the swim to him, but tried to steward aboard the battleship black officers were sworn into the established a Reserve Officer
black American In the United by the time he reached was exhausted West Virginia, docked at Pearl Navy from this program.In Training Corps unit at a
States Navy. Part two traces his fleer's lifeless body. the of. Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. 1949, Wesley Brown becamethe predominantly black college
role in seapower from 1865 to the Atkins then tied line first black man to graduatefrom Prairie View A & M in Texas in
present.) his waist and a around Pearl Harbor Hero the U.S. Naval Academy at April 1968. The first class of officer

In the 40 years of peace that water. He swam plunged to the two into the During the attack by Japanese Annapolis, Md. Several other candidates graduated in
followed the War Between the and tied ropes around both. men aircraft, Miller helped his Black Americans had been ap- May 1970.
One
States, black Americans con- at a time, all three were pulled wounded captain to cover. He pointed to the Academy before (Next: the results of equal
tinued to serve in the United back aboard by their shipmates then manned a machine gun, Brown, the first in 1872, but none opportunity as evidenced by the
States Navy. Some distinguished but the officer was dead. Atkins, which he never had been trainedto had ever completed the required career of three naval officers.)
operate, and destroyed at least course of study.
themselves as heroes, but most was praised for his gallant two
just did their jobs, and did them conduct and later awarded the attacking airplanes. He was
later awarded the
Navy Cross by Equal Advancements Set
well. Medalof\ Honor
Fleet Admiral Chester W. By the time of the Korean
Joseph B. Noll, a native ofNova Robert Penn, also a native of Nimitz.In conflict, the black officer and
Scotia, was one of the
Virginia, was on duty near the 1943, Miller was one of the enlisted man were once again an
heroes. He was a crew member of
boiler room of the USS Iowa a few many men killed when the aircraft integral part of the Navy's
USS Powhatan when that
the ship months later. Suddenly the ship carrier'USS Liscombe Bay operating forces, and a fleet-wide
anchored off the coast
was of was ripped by an explosion. was torpedoed and sunk by a competitive examination systemwas
Virginia on Dec.26, IB7%. About 11 Penn, a fireman second class, Japanese submarine. instituted to insure
p.m., Noil heard a shipmate fall rushed to the Leonard
scene and found Harmon was promotions based on ability instead -
overboard. Without hesitation he boiling water pouring from a also a steward during World WarII. of a man's racial heritage.
jumped into the 25-degree water ruptured boiler. The hot coals During the battle for the Among the officers who served
and pulled boatswain's mate had to be removed from the Solomon Islands in the Western with distinction in the Korean EpUC '

J.C.Walton back on board. steam boiler or else there mightbe Pacific, Harmon rendered War was Ensign Jesse L. Brown,
Walton was exhausted, but safe. another explosion.: valuable assistance in a native of Mississippi. Ensign
For this heroic act, Noil becamethe evacuating the wounded on board Brown was the first black
sixth black sailor to win the Penn placed a board across two the USS San Francisco and American to win the wings of a
Medal of Honor. buckets in order to keep his feet caring for them at a dressing naval aviator. For'a daring seriesof b
Fight at Manila out of the scalding water station. He was killed by enemy attacks on enemy ground
When the Spanish-American covering the deck. Then he gunfire while trying to protect a troops and supply lines, costinghim
War broke out in 1898, the Navy carefully began the process of shipmate. A destroyer escort his life on Dec.5, 1950, Brown
continued its policy of enlisting transferring the fire to a safe named USS' Harmon was was posthumously awarded the .
black Americans into the rankson place. For this act, performed at launched jn 1943.Equality Distinguished Flying Cross and rr
a fully-integrated basis. Black the risk of serious injury, Penn the Air Medal.In .
enlisted men and petty officers earned the Medal of Honor. Returns a further effort to recruit
served in the engineering Beginning in 1942, the Navy ;. .--
departments and at the guns of During World War I the Navy demonstrated an enlightenedview
ships that defeated the Spanish at first began showing partiality in toward desgregation and 1 *
Manila and Santiago in the its treatment and use of black equal opportunity for all of its

Philippines.It personnel. Some 10,000 black personnel. Over 30 directiveswere .
was the Spanish-American Americans volunteered for the issued between 1942 and V
War that established the United naval service during this time, 1947 in order to make equal op- -
States as a power on the seas. but for the most part, they were portunity a reality in the fleet ,
Two black American sailors were assigned non-combatant roles. One of the first steps taken was
cited for extraordinary courage Fully-integrated living quarterswere to tackle the long-neglected area -
during this War and won Medalsof maintained aboard Navy of procuring officers from the '
Honor.On ships until 1920, at which time black community.. During the I Ir !

Feb. 11, 1898,just a few days segregation became apparent. In period between the Civil War and
after war was declared, Daniel addition, black Americans were World War II, no black
Atkins, a ship's cook from only allowed to enlist as stewardsor Americans were commissionedas
Virginia, was on board the USS to fill jobs on supply-type officers in the Navy.In .
Cushing enroute to Cuba. Huge vessels. 1943 however, the Navy
waves swept the deck. A lifeline Such conditions did not prevent announced its intention of
broke and a young officer was individuals from serving training those who met officer
swept overboard. valiantly during World War II. candidate school qualifications. .
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VW-4 Hurricane Hunters ;




Out Fox VP-5 for WinJax


"
-A fierce final quarter by the Hurricane Hunters last week dampened the _

Mad Foxes for the first time this season as VW-4 knocked off the National League _

leading VP-5 quintet, 68-58, in station intramural basketball play. _

The usually crafty Foxes held] a game early with Tommie Bowie, win. Top shot for the reserve ry _
40.25 bulge at the intermission the game's top scorer with 28, squadron was Jim Thomas with
and headed the Hunters 50.41 leading the way. Bob Mackey
after three quarters of the game added 14 markers for the winning 13.VP 5 94, MATSG 35: Dick
before the hurricane crew burned unit. Top Marine offensive man Barnes shot for 16, Don Anderson
,the nets for 27 points in the final was Bill Fortney with 22. added 21, and Jeff! Campbell hit
frame t. upset the Foxes. FICEUR 59, MATSG 48t: Ed for 17 in leading the Foxes to their
Bill Heath sparked the win with Nix's 27-point performance went 15th win of the year against a
33 markers as the Hunters improved for nothing as the intelligence single setback. : F a
their record to 10. 1 on the group tripped the Marines. Admin 91, NARTU 62s: Fred FL. _
current campaign. VP-5 continues Willard Martin led the win with 12 Jordan led the win with 24, and I 'I, t
to lead the National points. Tommie Bowie popped in 22 as
League with a 15 .' 1 mark. VP-5 96, Aircraft Maintenance Admin rolled to its 8th season MARTD's Steve Carpenter ((23)'gets) blocked from a rebound by a
Following the upset, the Foxes 60: Hopping mad from the defeatat win. ,Glenn Abbott was top flock of Eagles during Intramural play Wednesday night. However,
came back to score 190 points in the hands of VW 4, the Mad reserve unit trigger man with 18. MARTD went on to take the National League game,87-4S,
two games to lift themselves] to Foxes went on an early scoring
VW 4 52, VA-203 50 Aubrey
:
the 15 -1 record.In spree on their way to the win. AI
the games this week: Breaux topped the Fox comeback Wilson Hunters sank slipped 19 by points the as attack the Frost Bite Regatta
Hospital 79, Communication with 22, and Dick Barnes added21.Thegame'
squadron. Hal Calvert led the VA
47Restor Bryan spearheaded top shotwasRalph with
win with 24 and Howard Lind Tisdale of Ops, who pumped for group 14.

added 20 for Hospital Wayne 25.VW 679th 46, MATSG 42: Junior Lives Up to BillingJax
Goodwin was top Com 4 68. Bees 61: Followingtheir Auguonlaced the nets for' 23
munications shot with 14. upset of VP-5, the Hunters markers in spearheading the win.
Medical 87, Air Operations 55: had their hands full before Ed Nix hit for 19 for the losing Thirty area sailboat crews braved Sunday's
James' nifty 36 stinging the Bees. Bill Heath
point
Randy Marine unit.AIrcraft .
performance topped the winner's scored 22 points for the Hunters, 'chilly weather as they took part in the Navy Jax Sail
scoring effort, while teammate while Guy Hitler of the Bees Maintenance 63, Club's second annual Frost Bite Regatta on a day that
Murcll Hall chipped in 14. Jerry matched his effort with 22. Dave FICEUR 50: Recovering from a cold winds whipped across the St. Johns River,

Kauhaunele hit for 24 for the Baumgartner added 14 in a Bee TisdaleandJerry loss from the Mad Wactor Foxes shot, Ralph for demanding..!.. a too performance from winning_ crews.__ _.
Operations hoopers, and Rudolph supporting effort.
Hitler hit 26 and 20 points respectively] in In the big cruiser class, Al
March added 14. Bees 61, V-203 49: for
Admin 71, Marine Barracks: 20 and Larry Walker added 15 to leading the maintenance men to Johnson and crew maneuvered first place honors in the event.
Admin jumped off to pace the lead the.Seabee outfit to the the win. his boat up and down the river forIkj' Fred Kling finished second,

followed by Mack Kornwebcl.

r Steve Bowes topped the Day

I I Handwriting Reveals More Than Hemline I Sailers accumulating division enough, with Rory points Sturm to

I I finish second. Scott Prosuch was
WASHINGTON (AFPS) enrolled at Rutgers University third.
Check your hemline, girls. Then Mr. Becker said "extrovert
I sign on the dotted line. are more likely to sport a mini In the Jolly Boats, Chuck
Sociologist John Becker says than their less outgoing sisters. Ellison braved the cold to sail off
your handwriting tells him Yet, it was noted that most
something: about m&r..r....s kirted womv. with top honors. Roger Agget and
the length of your {'! en were of the crew found the sailing touch as
skirt J personality type Agget dumped his crew into the
Mr. Becker is also / who might have a chilly waters in the first and third
confident that negative self-im races. In the second race his jolly
the short skirt is age. The inference boat tipped over. In each case the
here to stay, despite is that mini-clad
recent attempts -' gals are somewhat .N skipper and crew managed to
by designers insecure, and in right the boat and rejoin the race
to reverse the international turn, may :feel a need to ..ex- without any help from race of
trend: press their womanhood l rather ficials or stand by power boats.In .
The hypothesis of his study is dramatically through their form
that individuals: tend to seek of dress other classes, 10 year old
personal expression in many Mr. Becker also theorizes that '41 Dutch Nix put his pram throughthe
seemingly unrelated ways suchas "short skirts and big paycheckscrop waters for a first place
handwriting style and modeof up together in history. trophy, and Frank Kalinowski
drees. During' an era of affluence, wo- sailed off with the Class
Open top
After a study of the signatures men are more likely to let themselves
honor.
of than 400 "
more women go. ,

Capt. J. R. Kincaid, com-
zari manding officer of NAS
Computer ''I: Jacksonville, presented trophiesto
__ winners following the conclusion
of the day's racing ac
PROUD PRAM-Ten-year-old Dutch Nix receives first place Pram tivities.
ncome Ton trophy from Capt.J.R. Kincaid following racing schedule Sunday.
Military personnel serving the
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Carrie's 245


Tops Nattc



Kegler Play

Jax-P.E. .y" A etll
Currie copped

individual bowling honors

and the Busch Swacked

five maintained their pace 3 ,
to lead the NATTC ?

Bowling League in play

WiikW1 this week. .

f plw
Currie rolled the high scratch

game for the week with a 245and

with a handicap of 34 creamed
the high handicap with a 279 total.
I O His high scratch series of 644

and handicap score of 748 also
*
topped all bowlers for three .; r

games in the league's regular

Tuesday night play Feb. 9.


NATTC Bowling

VOLLEYBALL VICTORS-The Jax Navy volleyball squad that won Standings

the Patrick AFB Invitational' included: (front row from left) Bob .
Williams, Hal Wright, Willie Plummer and Rick Erdman. (Back Bush Swacked 54.26 .871

from left) Bill Reinhardt, Marlin Brandt, Bill Blair, Norm Frye row and Salt II Pepper 52.28 .GSt

Herm Skipper. AE.8'School .9.5-30.5 .61S Jim Conner dins for an trout pass In Wednesday's Flap Jax .
Untouchables
41-33 .588 NARTU encounter. Guarding Conner are Jerry Vecker Jim Goodloe
Flier Volleyball Village Lounge .4-36 .S50 ((10)) and Herbert Walton. NARTU won the contest,43-31.
Squad
Reverse Bias 37-43 ..163AoC
Malnt. 37-43 .163
The Bombers 36.5-13.5 .Ist
Wins Patrick InvitationalJax Officers 32-38 .Iot

Short Rounds 31-39 .US

The station's AE 'A' Inst. 30.5-49.5 ..381Murray's
varsity volleyball.unit traveled to Tavern
29550.5 .361
Patrick AFB earlier this month, and returned to the

station with the Division B trophy after knocking off i

Jacksonville. YMCA, 15-7, 15-13, in the title match of the salmon Chinooks, the giants of the 4,
species, average 20
invitational.The pounds. But the biggest ever

unit opened up action witha Plummer, VW 4, and RickErd- taken on sport tackle weighed

15 9, 15 7, win over McDill man of NARTU. 92 pounds, and a monster of
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FleetAir Loop Tourney.

How They'reStanding IQ !.zl

Tips Off Here MondayJax

1. Seven cities have NBA and w
NHL franchises; In one city Seven sea command basketball teams are expected .
the teams use different when the edition of the
1971
arenas Which one? to be on hand Monday
2. Who was the first pole 4c Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville tournament tips off
American League vaulter to clear 18 feet? .
in the station
gym.
3. What team, college or pro L
VP-16 10-2 .833 has won the most games in Teams will hold a meeting at 9:30: Monday morningand

Medical 9-2 .818 football history iiyY will draw opponents for opening day action. The

Hospital 8-3 .727 4. weight How many boxing all-time champions heavy. first game will get underway at 11 a.m., and will be

Admin 8-3 .727 have retired undefeated? I followed by games at 1 and 3 p.m. The same game times

AirOps 6-6 .500 5. Which position in baseball will be followed on Tuesday, according to Tournament
MARTDMarBar 5-5 .500 has provided the# Hall of
station athletic director.In .
Director Frank McCaffrey
,
5-6 .455 Fame with the fewest players
NARTU 3-8 .273 ? announcing the tournament, McCaffrey said that

Comm 2-9 .182 6. ketball's Rick Barry most, one prolific of pro scorers bas- the station's regular jntramural games will be played

FlapJax 0-11 now plays for what following tournament play as scheduled on playing

team? dates in the hands of all team captains.

National League 7. teams What were three shifted former to NFL the Teams entered in the tournament as of Wednesday

American Conference in the included the USS Shangri La and USS Saratoga from

VP-5 15-1 .938 new alignment of the NFL? Mayport VA-86andVA-174 from Cecil Field; and VW-4,
8. What is the record for most
VW-4 10-1 .909 points scored by both teamsin VP-5 anf3VP-16from NAS Jacksonville.

Bee's 8-5 .615 an NFL game? The following week, NAS Jacksonville will serve as

A-C FICEUR Malnt. 5-5 5.6 .,500S .455VA203 9. What football pass holds receiver the record in pro for host for the Commander in Chief, U. S. Atlantic Fleet

4.7 .363 most yards gained In one Basketball Tournament.
679th 3-8 .273 season?
NATTC 2.9 ,182MATSG 10. Who had the best field goal t .
kicking percentage in pro
0-10 football in 1969?

Answers 6 VITIONr. Y "
Volleyball
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1. Detroit. The Redwings play Oo" YAMINA
NARTU 14-2 .875 in the Olympia and the Pistons -
FICEUR 13-3 .813 play in COBO Hall.
2. Christos Papanicolaou of .
MARTD 11.5 .688 w
Greece vaulted 18 ft. 1/4 SOME people look good no mat
MATSG 10-6 .625 inch on Oct. 24, 1970. ter what they wear Alena
VA-203 8-8 .500 3. Yale. No other team is close. Johnston donned this stunning
VP-5 7-9 .438 4. Two; Gene Tunney and number while portraying a
Medical 5-11 .313 Rocky Marciano. show girl in the movie, "Funny
FAETU 3-13 .188 5. Four third basemen have Girl" which featured Broadway
MarBar 1.15 .063 made the Hall of Fame: in the twenties. Old veterans ,
Home Run Baker, Jimmy may question the authenticityof rw WV
Dolphins Defeat Collins Pie Traynor, John McGraw and the circa 1920 costume, but ALE PRICES TO dill!
no one can dispute that it is
LinkstersJax 6. The New York Nets of the the real Alena in there.
NAS ABA.
7. The Steelers, Browns, and NEW A USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
-The station's varsity golf Colts. Darters Win NEW & USED TV SETS
8. 113 points Redskins 72. Giants .
defeated by ;
squad was NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
41 on Nov. 27, 1966.
Jacksonville Univenlty Friday at 9. Charlie Hennigan: Oilers, NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
HAF
the Beauclerc Country Club, 19V44Vi. 1,746 yards in 1961. Sigonella AIR CONDITIONERS'Hrt.tam.

10. Jan Stenerud Chiefs..27 out Tp.m. Come In S, Browse
Rogers Osterling led the of 35 attempts for .771 per.
Title
Dolphins with 68 and Mike centage. Football VVJESfcONNjffi FURNITURi 00*
Dobzinski toured the layout at 72. Wins
Kingsbury r = OTSOINFORMAL.
7-n
Fliers Bill > i WESeE TT ai K I
Top player for the was SIGONELLA, SicilyThere'llbe
Bernier with a 74, followed by Jax Ted Kingsbury topped some intramural teams here

Bryan White with 77. lady players in the Women's GolfAssociation's that will be almost as happy to SERVICE
The varsity golf team FAMILY PRICED FAST
regular play see VP-45 return to Jacksonvilleas
meets St. Johns River Junior Tuesday in matches that earned the Red Darters themselves.
College in Palatka Tuesday. points for eagles, birds and pars. The squadron's Ground i 3644 Philips Hwy.

Edna Kinder finished second in Poundefs basketball squad at Emerson
the first flight behind Mrs. clinched the intramural loop title
Take Your Babyto Kingsbury. Dottie Buker toppedthe here Feb. 5 with 95-49_ win over : 4331 Blanding Blvd.
second flight, followed by the facility's operation's squad.
Harriet Potter and Dot Hilton. The Ground Pounders (ground Red.obsler.I
Third flight honors went to Buffie personnel) add the basketball
Collins, and Ruth Ann Kozak trophy to the football title they
a SpecialistWE scored enough to finish second. won several weeks ago. if/

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