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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: April 29, 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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1971 Scout Good Turn hundreds of local Navymen spent
Day goal of 25,000 bags was the day at the Goodwill _
reached April 21, to end the an- warehouse unloading donations _
nual project which the Navy from North Florida homes. _
aided in the last month. Over 5,000 scouts representingsome
On hand to receive the 250 packs and troops of the 'W t r r g
milestone bag was Capt Hugh North Florida Council par- '\,. .
Tate, commanding officer of the ticipated in the 10th annual .-- ..
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit project for the handicapped. r "
here, and James L. Ingram, Since then bags have arrived
Goodwill president, along with through deposit box collectionsand
Simon A. Smith, executive other means at the rate of 350
director of the North Florida per week.
Council of the Boy Scouts of '
America. General chairman for the event ::1
: *+.' was RAdm. Lawrence HeyworthJr. F :

\ Scout Good Turn Day took ., commander Fleet Air atwts _.... ,....* '
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; place on March 13 when over Jacksonville, whose challenge to
" 23,000 bags were received at the scouts for 25,000 bags has REACH GOAL-Goodwill employee Oscar Toyner turns over 23,000th bag of donations to J.L.
.Goodwill Industries. On that day been met Ingram, Capt H.J. Tate and S.A. Smith April 21 to end annual Scout Good Turn Day project. I

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Sets $50,000 GoalJaxSince

, VOL. 29 NO. A 'Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station,Jacksonville, Florida.' APRIL 29, 1971

its birth in 1904 the Relief
{ .............................................. January Navy
Society has alleviated the suffering of many of the

Waves Meet Navy's and Marine Corps' own. Whether an interest-
free loan, an outright gratuity, a layette for the new
baby, or budget counseling, the Navy Relief Society I
For PartyTomorrow continues in 1971 to help whomever it can. 1
i, Total annual disbursements in recent years have 1

t: exceeded six million dollars, illustrating the Society's

t extensive assistance programs throughout the Navy and

'0 Jax 'There will be a Marine Corps.If .
Waves get together the yearly debits amount to more than six million
\ tomorrow afternoon at the dollars, how does the Society avoid the 'red'? What are
4 Fish Camp starting at 3 its sources of 'income'?
a4 FT s f A ,4 o'clock. The Navy Relief Society relies three major
: .,M Beer, potato chips and upon
1 other refreshments will be sources: ((1) It maintains a portfolio of stocks and bondsto
4 t served, and dress will 'be earn enough dividends and interest each year (ap-
!1 'come as you are.' Division proximately two million dollars) to offset nearly a thirdof
9a. and departments heads are its expenditures; ((2)) contributions from concerned
requested to secure their and Marine match another third
Navy Corps people ;
Waves early if necessary to
ensure a good turnout for and ((3)) payments on Navy Relief loans recover the
the event. remaining third. All three sources are vital to the
.
Waves note: A large financial effectivenessof the Society; eliminate one of

-.. .... attendance at this and party them, and the Society's total program is cut by one-
promises bigger more third.
elaborate affairs in the
BUDGET STORE i OPENS Navy Exchange Silver AnniversaryQueen
Margaret Christofferson is assisted by NAS future. So come on out and The Navy Relief Society's present holdings help it
Commanding
the fun and show that maintain its current level of service. Therefore to
Officer Capt. John R. Kincaid, (r) and Navy Exchange Officer Cdr. join ,
M.J. Ott (in Background) as she cuts the ribbon officially opening the you really are interested.in provide improved local service, the Jacksonville Navy
new Budget Store. Witnessing the procedure ((1)I) Is Capt. A.L. Bor- having a good time. Relief Auxiliary needs the assistance of every Marine
chers, prospective executive officer of the Navy Resale System. and Navy man in this year's fund-raising drive.In .
Budget Store hours may be found on page 15. ......................"......................
the Jacksonville
1970 Auxiliary provided over
$50,000 in outright gratuities to Navy and Marine Corps
USO Invites All Military Members personnel and their dependents in this area. This same
amount has been set as the goal of the 1971 Annual Call

for Contributions by RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth, Jr.,
To Pal Day at Jacksonville Beach president of the Auxiliary. The drive runs April 30
; through May 31, and everyone is urged to give

\ Jax-The Annual USO Pal Day welcome. The serviceman's are deployed, should apply at the generously.
will be held at Jacksonville uniform is not necessary, but Beaches USO Club, 603 N. 1st
Beach,.Saturday,,May 15. At that military I.D. Cards must be Street for badges and proper Jax Benefits Council '
time military personnel and their presented, in order to get a USO identification 'stamp-pass' for
families will be the guests of the 'stamp-pass'at the USO Club,306 admission to the Griffin
USO Council of the Beaches for a N. 1st St, Jacksonville Beach. Amusement Area and the pony
fun filled day of free activities. This is important for iden- rides. Children of military Meets Next WeekJax
Griffin's Amusement Area is tification purposes, and admission dependents must be accompanied
offering free rides from 1 p.m. to ball Pal Day activities. by their parents in
3 p.m. There will also be pony Dependents whose husbands order to enjoy the free offers. There will be a meetingof urged to attend the meeting to
rides for the children adjacent to voice
Servicesand
the Jacksonville area problems concerning
the USO Club. Fuel Depot Has Anniversary Benefits Council at the NAS personal services at the two
This 'Pal Day' for the Armed Cecil Field Theater at 2 p.m. May stations.
Forces has been held by the USO in mander of the Fuel Supply
Jax The Navy Fuel Depot Navy Wives club representatives and
Council of the Beaches annuallyfor Jacksonville, which supplies fuel Office, will be the guest speaker. 6.RAdm.. Lawrence HeyworthJr. interested individuals are also
the past 10 years and is the and Mrs. Kincaid and commander Fleet Air
for military activities in five Capt. Capt. welcome to attend and discuss
second largest of its kind in the southeastern states including and Mrs. R. C. O'Loughlin will Jacksonville, will chair the any problems or suggestions to
world (St Augustine is numberone Florida, is celebrating its 20th attend. meeting, and Capt. T.T. improve the services at the in-
). Last year thousands of anniversary.A Awards will be presented to Coleman, CO NAS Cecil Field, stallations.
[14 q f service personnel and their special anniversary luncheonis civilian employees for length of will serve as moderator.
families enjoyed this free planned for noon tomorrow at service and five plank owners Representatives from all ac- There will be an open
hospitality the Fuel Depot, Admin Bldg. 56. will be honored at the birthday tivities and commands at NAS discussion period at the end of the
All members of the Armed and Capt W. N. Paulsen, com- event. Cecil Field and Jacksonville are meeting.
Forces and their families are


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Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised."


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Metric ::
Changeover ,;
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Pirates Officers Support
CPO Acey.Ducey

Cove Club Club Club A Herculean Task

Monday thru Thur '
11 a.m to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Weekends Friday & Saturday Your; 'The United States, the only industrial nation in the world to hold out
Friday 11 a.m. to Midnight 1 p.m to 1:30: I.m. 11 I.m. to 1 a.m. against the metric system of measurement, began an Intensive study
11 a.m to 2 a.m. during 1970 to assess the present and future Impact of switching to
Friday & Saturday Weekdays Sunday metric. Adopting the new system would affect every consumer and
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 ..m. 11 '.m. to. 1 im.: Noon to Midnight
businessman in the country according to Commerce Secretary
9 .m. to 2 a.m. '
Monday thru Thur Club Maurice H. Stans.' t

9 Sund.y'a.m. to Midnight 11 a.m to Midnight -Recent news Item, Washington Evening Star

The coming changeover to international, metric system, now
,.r '' a l taw if..., viewed by many authorities as inevitable, will undoubtedly be one of
the most time consuming, expensive tasks ever undertaken by the
., American people. Apparently, it is no longer a question of whether we
will convert or not, but t ra ther a question of when.
( e u m And, when it does occur, it won't be easy.
ww Automobile odometers and speedometers will have to be changedno
( real problem, for most Detroit Manufacturers already equip
metric measuring devices on export models of their cars); quarts and
pecks and gallons and bushels will give way to liters, and ounces and

6t ldli pounds, and tons will henceforth be known as grams and kilograms;
y ., \ ,1 mileposts at intersections will have to be changed, as will speed
warning signs; and billboards that advertise 'Joe's Diner-5 miles'will
CatholicNAVAL soon have to tout his hamburgers as being 8 kilometers away.

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Saturday Mass 5 P.M. Sunday :xr :'
Mass- 8 and 11 A.M. Daily Mass
I Monday 11 A.M. Tuesday
through Friday 11:30: A.M.
Saturday Confessions 10:30: .
AfKf 11:15: A.M.
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ProtestantNAVAL II. ..,

i2Uonali85 will, understandably, resist the change. Such
AIR NEWSThe AIR STATION rp & the most part, is really impracticable; we are the last J
great on earth to hold out for inches, feet, rods, and miles, along
with
Sunday the vast hordes of other archaic measurements. Even the
Sln who devised our system, realized its shortcomings and have
JAX AIR NEWS Is Civilian Holy Communion 8:30: A.M. it. (
a Enterprise Newspaper Just last '
year, they finally adopted the metric system.
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Bldg. 750; Church School 9:15: However,we've had at least
a partial ever
system to count our money, i
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a A.M. since Dutch settlers, first introduced 'Thaler'-i.e. dollar-into New
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Youth Worshipnursery( grade Amsterdam). the

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS 9)) 10:30: A.M.; Divine Worship Assuredly, the! time is coming when the the distance i
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Service : A.M. Bldg. 750; oC g'so tretched arm-wi11 be accorded yard-originally the amount of
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or Junior Youth Fellowship 1:30: historical curiosity as the same
barleycorn end't' i
six of which when laid
P.M. Bldg. 722 Senior end
3119. ; Youth once constituted the
standard : :
Mos measurement an inch.
Fellowship 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722. t American '
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made have military personnel who have been stationed over'seas
Tuesday already *been
exposed 1 to readily
the and
metric i
available purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, adapted to thinking and system,
creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Christian Science Service 7 Vietnam veterans measuring* metrically while there. Many still
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal P.M. find themselves hinuinSta'lce'i on return to the United states,
advertiser will result In the Tuesday Every ng n terms of 'KLICKS' (kilometers).
opportunities by an refusal to printadvertising mititarv aviators and
from that source." nautical mfr :0 and navigators convert statute
Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 P.M. computers placed I there kilometers for easily, using a point on their flight

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Bldg. immunizations and pharmacists just such a purpose; physicians adminster
750NAVAL dispense medicines by the cubic
such should be directed centimeterwtlI
to
concerning : HOSPITAL e gram
intake without ; people on diets carefully count their caloric
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Divine heat required considering to much what a clone really *is: the amount of
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville Fla., 32210 Worship, 10 a.m. Centigrade temperate"6 cubic centimeter of water one degree in

Telephone 388 suited lead
way to the nor better equipped to
VOL. 29 NO. 6 APRIL I 29, 1971 Divine Worship 11 A.M. Bldg. Forces IUs adoption going to of the metric system than our nation's Armed
500 ready whenever require an effort of Herculean proportions.'We'reou
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I Blackbird Chief RetiresOn CivilianAwarded


Friday, April 24 AU Hands as Power Plants Chief. He was

at Attack Squadron Forty-Five cited by Commander J.C. NAS Cecil..Mr. James D.
turned out to pay tribute to ADCS Paganelli, XO of VA-45 for ex- Gates, of the building trades
Justin Davidson Tohal who was ceptional performance during his branch of Public Works
transferred to the Fleet Reserve twenty-one years of dedicated Ir awarded with a citation and was
after completing 21 years of service to his country. As the check during ceremonies held a
active duty. Chiefs of VA-45 formed a line of the
last week in office of Cdr.
While at VA-45 Chief Tohal sideboys Chief Tohal and his wile Garbes Public Works
Officer.
Delores were 'piped over the side
served efficiently and effectively By receiving the Sustained
for the last time' while their three
children looked on. .N ; Superior Performance award,
Gates was spoken of in the
For his contributions, devotion, Ix
and exceptional performance, ___ u_ following manor;
VA-45 extends a sincere note of tulatlns..Cdr. Oarbt presents James Cafes, of 'Mr. Gates has without exc-
Thanks and Cemjr executed his
thanks along with warmest tradesbranehwlthacltationanda check for his fine work petion work
the building with
assignments a degree of
wishes for smooth sailing and Performance award.
Sustained Supreme
the
that him
tamed that
skill above normally
following in all future expected
seas
en llf1L..:;
deavors.At of a journeyman in his
the end of these ceremonies trade. He has on many occasions
detected and caused to
as one career came to a close, be
two more were boosted on their L corrected by bringing the attention

way as AT2 David H. Richardson KiiM_ of his supervisor inaccuracies
reenlisted for six years. AT2 _It in work orders, which, if
Early Gilbert Hodges also overlooked, would have resultedin
reenlisted for six years. This was long range innefficiencies.
L the first reenlistment for both Modification to the west entrance

men, who are extended best uI of building 26 had been estimatedto
wishes for a successful and require 122 carpenter shop
a 1 rewarding career. hours to complete. Mr. Cates
ADJ3 William T. Ayars y discovered on the first day that

reenlisted aboard VA-45 for six there was more to be ac-
years on April 13. He received a complished than was in the
guarantee of B School under the estimate and based upon his

: STAR Program. This was the NAS Cecil Flekf.Barry Smith of Cecil Field nipped Lee Edwards of estimate,198 hours were added to
Piped Over..ADCS J.D. first reenlistment for Ayars who Baymeadows on the first hole of a sudden death playoff to capture the the project. Such inaccuraciesoccur

I piped over the side for the last was shipped over by Cdr. J.E. 19th annual Cecil Field NAS Invitation golf championship Sunday. in the preparation of job
time as his wife looks on. Goodbye Pacanelli, executive officer of Both recorded 36 hole scores of 142, Smith's from 73-6 and Edwards orders for maintenance and
and good luck Chief. VA-45 as Ayar's wife Pamela from 70-72. alteration work where sub
looked on. 'A' laurels, surface defects are not visible
Pat McCormick, Selva Marina, claimed championship

II Red Cross Offers First Aid r CourseNAS 151 and Bryon White, NAS Jacksonville,won the 'B'division. before Therefore the, because work of is Mr.begun.Cates

Cecil Field..The Red exceptional ability and alertness,
Cross will hold a advanced first Ave.Persons interested in applying Hellrazors RecognizedThe he frequently is assigned to the

aid course starting May 3. The for the course should have most difficult jobs where greatercare
classes for those interested, will completed a standard first aid is a prerequisite.1In
Hellrazors of Attack The third shipmate recognizedwas
to course within the preceeding another incident where Mr.
be held from 9:30: a.m. 11:00
Squadron One Seventy Four held AMS1 Hugh P.Bickett for his
a.m. on Mondays and Wed three years. Cates distinguished himself, was
meritorious ceremonies this Beneficial He
nesdays at the Red Cross chapter For further information, call Suggestion. when he accepted the additional
week recognizing three ship received $50 incentive award
house located at 2525 Riverside Mrs. Bost at 388-2617. assignment as supervisor in the
mates for their outstanding
.... for constructing a hydraulic absence of the foreman. This
".- ---- -- -- achievements. Commander R.C. mamtoid to used with the
Bos, commanding officer, hydraulic test stand which additional responsibility included
presented the recipients with enables pressure to be applied to assigning jobs, instructing work
in the and brick-
[ their well deserved, awards. two power control systems men paint
trades and
AMH2 Richard R. Bailey was simultaneously. A Beneficial manson inspecting
selected as the Hellrazor Sailor of Suggestion proposes a way of finished work. While supervisor,
/EOwssaS WttCOMEDr. the Month for March for his improving procedures, products, all work went ahead or stayed on
I outstanding performance while service, etc. A 'well done' to the schedule as planned. During the
t-Nautlcol/ Chart Outriggers* *Nautical Wear attached to the Air Frames above recipients from the last 6 months, Mr. Cates has put
*Pants Fish Boxes Burt. JacketsHardwareSkils in 406 hours as acting supervisorof
Table Wear tviiauoi Department of the Maintenance 'Hellrazors.1Government
*Repair Material Acctnorlt Other Goodies Department. For this the building trades branch.

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WET STORAGE'MARINE HOISTS-HULL SERVCE'YACHTROKER/
EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE-OUTBOARD. STERN DRIVE INBOARD received a letter of com
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS, MOTORS CANOES and TRAILERS t
mendation and
a squadron '
SEGRAVESjjifir jf? MARINA plaque. Personnel Mutual
The Plane Captain of the Month

.... ROOSEVELT BLVD it ORTEGA RIVERPltr for March, AQAN Stanley D. Life Insura nce Company
P.I.r.i Iackso iodde a InwiElllr as Konopko, was selected on the .
e, 'specialists in ei rvicc to the military'
;.... M FranchlMd Mtrlna Phont 317 4Ut OPEN SUNDAY basis of his outstanding performance JACKSONVILLEJIM
and military bearing.The REPRESENTATIVEHARDSON
squadron safety record is RICICdr.
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AQAN who 11659 nathan Rd.
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AW3 Wliatley VP.45 Witness ]Presentation f I


Selected Top -


VP-45 Sailor By Navy Center Safety 'Team


Jax-AW3 Joseph W. Whatley Jax-Patrol Squadron 45 hosteda VP-45 viewed a presentation levels.) .(<
has been selcted as Patrol five man team of analysts from slanted toward the unique safety Increased emphasis is placedon
Squadron 45's Sailor of the Month the Naval Safety Center NAS problems of VP as well as other safety each year throughoutthe
for April. Norfolk, Va., Friday large transport type aircraft. The Navy. The Safety Center
Cdr. S.J. McArdle, VP-45 The team leader was Cdr. lecture included a slide tries in many ways to educate as
commanding officer, presented a Thomas L. Riese, VP Analyst at presentation, outlines of well as analyze through
citation to Whatley that read In the Naval Safety Center lie was Navywide safety statistics, the publications, films letters, and
part: 'Your selection as the assisted by LCdr. George E. relationship of VP to other unitsin visits to Navy units. Everyone'sgoal
outstanding member of Squadron Ruchersfeldt, project analyst; regards to safety, emergency is zero accidents.
45 Is a result of your consistent, LCdr. Osby Z. Gentry, main- procedures, classes of .
outstanding ," \ "" "'t. tenance analyst; ADCS EdwardG. emergencies, the organizational Five Pelican
'Pride in your persona ap- i ";i." ,; Kicks, power plant analyst; structure of the Safety Center,
pearance and devotion to duty and PRCM George C. Kinos, life and general safety practicesboth
here earned you the admirationand AW3 WhItley sciences department. ( individual and squadron CrewmembersWin
respect from all, and your
consideration for your ship-
Atvards
mates, energetic participationin rs.-.. LJAll
squadron sports and cheerful
attitude have contributed sub- Jax Cdr. S. J. McArdle,
stantially to the morale of this commanding officer of Patrol
command.' r Squadron 45, had an office full of
Petty Officer Whatley's awardees April 8.
selection follows his provisional The Pelican squadron's skipper
selection to NESEP which was began the ceremony by
announced last month. Aside presenting LCdr. W W. Corress
from his accomplishments on the Mt with his PPC .(patrol plane
ground, AW3 Whatley is the JEZ- commander) designation.LCdr. .
SONAR operator on crew 12. Correll was followed by
Petty Officer Whatley and his Lt G. L. Cassell who was
wife Shirley are both native designated a PP2P (patrol plane
Floridans. second pilot) and Lt (jg) W. T.
Davis who received his PPTC
(patrol plane tactical coor-
dinator) designation.One .
Traffic / of the CO's own crewmen,
AW2 L. M. Barnhart, was
ViolationsJaxThe c' presented aircrew wings along
? ( ? with AW3 M. R. Adams of Crew
32.
*

following Is a report f ht
of motor vehicle accidents and MLS REALTORS
traffic violations for the period of t Acreage

April 12-18. 11T Homes. Trailer Lots
Number of Accidents nn WYNNE
REALTY OFFLORIDA
This period 7. WING COMMAND VISITS Arriving at NAS fora'brief visit April 17.18, Brig. Gen.J. W. Hubbard Inc.
This period a year ago 7. ((1)I), commanding general 4th Marine Aircraft Wing and Marine Air Reserve Training Command, ,' 389-5514
Total accidents this year 84. Glenview, III.,talks with LtCol. D. G. Ranney (grid from left), MARTD commanding officer; Lt. Col.L. .
Total accidents through this E. Blanchard, MATSG commanding officer;and Walt Muir, Channel 12 news reporter. 4653 HIGHWAY Ave.
period last year 168.
Total number of days since last

injury in a motor vehicle accident, 33. I

Number of days since an injury
last year at this time 43. \

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Number of Violations
This period 36. ..
,
Speeding 9.
Reckless driving 2. y
Going through stop sign 2.
Other Violations 23.
Twenty-three drivers appeared i
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
dR'i ....-
April 22. Disposition of the
cases included the following:
Thirteen lost driving and N.,
parking privileges aboard the w
station for various periods; 11
were assigned to complete an
eight-hour course in remedial
driving; 8 received suspenions; 1
&
was given a warning; 2 were
dismissed; 3 were fined (U.S. -
Magistrate); and 2 were referredto
commanding officers for
possible disciplinary action.
Six drivers were assessed 23
traffic points.


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obtained loans during the years
when loan guaranty was sub- j "
LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP to the Florid ShtrlH Boys Ranch stantially lower than now. .
Builders Club was granted to the NAS Chief Petty Officers Club as The current VA loan guaranty
AVCM John Johnson,an Instructor at AE 'A' School,accepts plaque maximum is $12,500 or 60 per- .
from Sheriff Dale Carson on behalf of Navy and Marine E-8s and E-9s cent of the loan,whichever is less
who contributed $1000 to the Builders Club this year. The CPO Club .a maximum in effect since May
plans to support the club each year. 7, 1968. ,
This compares with the $4,000or
50 percent maximum
HOLDING A SHARE OF YOUR FUTUREVOLVOS guaranty,set when VA started its NEW BANK OPENS-Barnett National Bank President, Ernest
home loan program after World Allen assists Capt. John Kincaid, NAS commanding officer, In cuttingthe
War II. This maximum was in- ribbon at Grand Opening ceremonies for the bank's new office
creased to$7,500 or 60 percent on Tuesday.The new facility complete with a drive-in banking' service, is
Sept. 1, 1951, and was raised to open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m until 3 p.m., on civilian
the current $12,500 maximum paydays from 9:30 a.m.Until 4:30 p.m. and on Navy paydays from 9 to

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WASHINGTON Personnel In Equipment (AME), Aviation 8498. '
LAST 38 ratings and numerous Navy Support Equipment TechnicianAS Check with your personnel
Enlisted Classifications (NEC's) ( ), Interior Communication office for the complete list of
LONG TIME.ISN'T about half the Navy's enlistedmen Electrician ((1C),, LithographerLI centralized rates NECs in
) are now under the central ( ), Machinery RepairmanMR BUPERSNOTE 1306 of 12 March
assignment control of the Chief of ( ), Postal Clerk (PC), Air- 1071.Even if your rate NEC isn'ton
THAT BAD Naval Personnel (BUPERS). crew Survival EquipmentmanPR the list, you don't have long to
Effective June 1> the following ( ), Quartermaster (QM), wait. Total centralization of all
ratings and NEC's will also be Radarman (RD), SignalmanSM petty officers and designated
FOR BUSINESS? centralized : Aviation I ( ), and Hospital Corpsman strikers is scheduled for July 1,
Storekeeper (AK), Aviation (HM) assigned NECs of 8402, 1971.
To some dealers,selling:a car that lasts is the Structural Mechanic Safety 8403, 8417, 8432, 8452, 8482, and
height of foolishness.But .

it's an idea that's highly respected among/ What Centralization
enlightened consumers.So Open for your convenience 6 a,m.-IOp.m, Means to You

instead of selling cars designed: to fall apartso D PICK-UP & DELIVERY YOU .have a detailer in
that you'll have to buy another one,u'e sell O ROAD SERVICED BUPERS. When you come up for
cars designed not to. reassignment, he makes the final
That way you'll want to buy another one. MECHANIC ON DUTY decision of where you go. lie
How well Volvos last is best summed up by D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS knows about your job, what you

this fact 9 out of every 10 Volvos registeredhere : .. do he's; there's a good chance that
a petty officer in your
in the last eleven years arc still on the road. BOB'S OAK HILL rating; he may even know you

The way things: are in the world today,we can't personally.You .

guarantee: every Volvo will last that long.: But at a uninSERVICE served on toured duty, both
time when people arc becoming: increasingly dis at sea and ashore. Tour lengthsfor
enchanted with the cars they drive,our customers CENTER103rd your rate or NEC republished
are coming back for more.The car most often in BUPERSNOTE 1306
& Jammes Road 771.9156 of 12 March 1971 or the Transfer
traded in on a new Volvo is an old Volvo.How's .
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business?
Wherever you're assigned for
Well,Volvo is the largest selling imported duty, you are given a projected
compact in America today. rotation date (PRD) which

And at a time when most car dealers are crying, estimates the date you will
First
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receive
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FIRST O O can keep track of your
about.
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personnel officer; find out the
waw published tour length of your rate
and know your PRD. If you need
more information, contact your
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1 You are assured of greater
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I Support Unit Visits Jax AIMD

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For Two Weeks Active TrainingJax ?, I 41r

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Intermediate Main NAS AIMD in the repair of air hydrolic shop, and the electricaland f
tenance Support Unit Five Victor craft component parts by data analysis work centers.In .
Two (IMSU 5V2)) from NAS providing support personnel to addition to providing
Glenview, III., reported aboardthe the various AIMD work centers. productive support, the officers
Naval Air Station here April One of the work centers and men of IMSU 5V2 have been
19 for 14 days of active duty receiving unit assistance is the working hard in maintaining
training. power plants division, where the qualifications within their grades
The unit, under the commandof labor includes building up both and rates.Thanks to the excellent + 4
Cdr. Joe C Prosser and jet and reciprocal engines. Unit training received from LCdr
Executive Officer LCdr. CharlesE. personnel are also assisting in the Richard T. Schoonover's AIMD
Piatt, has been assisting the airframes department, the personnel, the unit's stay here L. j1:
has been highly successful for all
Reserve Officers hands.
IMSU 5V2 will leave here
I tomorrow and return to Glenview
For Contest where they will complete their
Needed active duty training May 2 with a
CO's debriefing and

HANOVER, West Germany- grenade throwing. recapitulation of ac- *
Applications are now being InactiveReservlstuelected for complishments.The ,
received for the 25-man military team tryouts will be order to 30 officers and men of IMSU 4 r
team which will represent the days active duty for training on 5V2 appreciate the hospitalityand
efforts of all the NAS Jax -
United States at the International or about June 1, personnel who helped to make WHO WILL BE KING From among the commanding officers who
Confederation of ReserveOffleers attend the May Hawaiian Luau,'King Kamehameha'will be selectedto
mission here
their training a
(CIOR) military proficiency Applications, including a brief reign over the tropical festivities. Sponsored by the Jacksonville
competitions to be held here Aug. summary of military and very productive one. Officers'Wives Club,the event will begin at 7 p.m.with a Happy Hour,
17. scholastic athletic achievements, followed by a buffet supper and dancing to the music of Charlie Jay
All Naval Reserve officers, should be submitted to the Chief and his Royal HawaIIans. Further information about the Luau may be
active or inactive duty, are of Naval Personnel'(Pers-D)via obtained by calling Pat Mosman at 7716136.
eligible to compete. chain of command. Those HONDA.MOTORS .
There will be competition in inactive Reserve officers not Foreign Country Knowledge Is
various events, including affiliated with a unit should apply & CYCLES CO.
shooting, utility swimming, via the Commanding Officer, 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
obstacle courses, distance Naval Reserve Manpower PHONE 771-8244 Key to New Officer AssignmentJaxIf
estimation, map reading, and Center, Bainbridge, Md.
you're an officer with speciality will be designated as a
extensive interest and knowledgeof Country and Regional Specialist
ANOTHER GREAT a particular country or regionof (CARS).Within the program will
the world, you may find a be a command equivalent calleda
complete new career pattern Country and Regional Staff
RING under the Navy's just announced Officer (CARSO).
of FLAMERESTAURANT
I a Country and Regional Specialist
(CARS-CARSO) program.In .
initiating the speciality,
Adm. Elmo Zumwalt, CNO, said
in a Navy-wide message, J.da
'Historically the Navy has had t>' anYIIcis
extensive Interest in the field of
!
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I I Faetulant Honors Five PersonnelJax ",y\ ..
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Lt. FlynnLt. ,;,, t; '
Five personnel attached
military bearing, appearanceand .P ,
to the Fleet Airborne Electronics character. It consists of a$25 Denis B. Flynn was -
Training Unit, Atlantic, Detachment Savings Bond, a free trip to St presented the Air Medal (second ; ,
Jacksonville Augustine and a letter of third, fourth, and fifth Strike
(FAETULANT DET JAX ) were recognition Flight Award) 'for meritorious -
presented medals and awards by Lt. Marquis achievement in aerial flight as a
their Officer in Charge, LCdr. J. pilot of Jet aircraft while attached : d v
Lt. Dabis S. ...
A, Landry, during a personnel Marquis was Attack Squadron 153 embarkedin
inspection April 9. presented the Republic of
Vietnam Armed Forces USS Oriskany CVA-34.) t. I
TD3 Dennis engaged in combat operations
Meritorious Unit Citation ..f
TD3 Jeannette Dennis was (Gallantry Cross ) for service against the enemy in Vietnam :,.{.. .";,,t .
selected as FAETU DET JAX with VA-86 aboard USS In- AW2 Chittick J
Serviceman of the Quarter for the dependence -
(CVA-62)) from July
Lucile Hubbard receives a Sustained
first quarter of 1971. This award to November 1965 and USS AW2 Eugene F. Chi tUck was Superior PUBLIC Performance WORKS employee Check from C.pt. R. T. Hardy, Public Works
is presented to the sailor America (CVA 66)) from May to presented his second Good Officer Others who also received the award art (I Ito r) Oliver Brown I
demonstrating devotion
to duty, November 1968.
Conduct Award.
Edgar Santimaw, John Cromer and Bruce Stover.

NATTC Student

'Now' that you can bank from your car, my boy,

Wins NavyAchievement

you'll have more time for duty l

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Medal ,..'1 '
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Jax-AE1 James L. Rostvet, a
student at NATTC's AEI 'B'
School, received the Navy
Achievement Medal in a ,\
ceremony held in the captain's
H.
office on April 23. Capt. John E. .
Kennedy, NATTC commanding ',
officer, conducted the ceremonyand .
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congratulated Petty Officer .. ,;
Rostvet for his meritorious Iv
achievement. ',
AEI Rostvet earned the medal ,:.:, .fI I,

while attached to Attack
Squadron 94 embarked on the : itk
USS Bon Homme Richard (CVA- "
31) as electrical shop supervisorfrom ;
May 2 to Oct. 12, 1970 during : .
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combat
operations. Through ,
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expert supervision and adept "I"'
knowledge of his rating, he ,,
guided his shop in maintaining )Itt. ;" f,
squadron aircraft at an ex
ceptionally high degree of
combat readiness and was J
directly responsible for the
prosecution of over 1,300 accident
free combat sorties. 12l, He
consistently demonstrated exceptional ,(
resourcefulness in the
effective planning and executionof
aircraft maintenance.
Petty Officer Rostvet, a nativeof
Adams, N. D., has been in the r
Navy for six years. He was 11kJF
stationed aboard the USS Bon ; '
Homme Richard prior to l t
reporting to NATTC in November '),
1970. He is married to the former \
Miss Ardith Foerster and they '"
have two children Jerry and _
Jina. The Rostvets reside in
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Value Engineering Seminar



!: Teaches CostSavingJax


The Naval Air Rework Facility here hosted an

L executive seminar on Value Engineering Tuesday to
teach executives cost-saving methods through a con-

tinuous Value Engineering Program.

Naval Training Devices Center in Orlando, Supervisorof

Shipbuilding, Cecil Field and NAS Jacksonville, and
the Naval Air Rework Facility attended the daylong


seminar.Robert B. Bussler of the Naval Air Systems Commandin

1 I 4Ii Wash., D. C. expressed his organization's interest in
\' each field activity having a successful value

\ ,1d engineering program Similarly, William Baker of
) Norfolk represented the viewpoint of the Naval Air

Systems Command Representative, Atlantic.
Participants were briefed on the history, objectivesand

.-.-.- concepts of Value Engineering, and{ a film, 'Value
QUALITY STEP INCREASES are presented (L to r) to Sgt. O. H. Boffin, Engineering and Management,' was shown.

f Firefighter Larry Gurr, Sgt. Hugh Bonds, Lt. Berne Coffman, Sgt. Richard One session dealt with the operation and
Heselschwerdt, Lt. William Roemer by LCdr. O. C. Andersen Security Officer. management of a Value Engineering program and
representatives attending the meeting discussed

Swr coNtQp +N j s questions concerning an effective VE program with an
authorative panel.At .
,I N q1/NNNMINNMMINNMNIMNNNMMNMNN/1MNNNNNN 1s/ the end of the seminar, Capt. Heile, Narf CO ,

'" AL BONATI presented diplomas to the attending representatives.The .
seminar was sponsored by the Depot of Defense

ORGAN. HORN Value Engineering Committee, Office of Civilian
1dugfosw
& VOCAL Manpower Management, Chief of Naval Material, and

Monday through Saturday *MO CWfON ttUMM the Naval Air Systems Command. .

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FOR SERVICEMEN 3>O.W double occupancy

Entertainment nitily, Quarterdeck Lounge A Dine at Riser's Seafood
Restaurant 750 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic I
Swimming Pool. Free Undercover Parking. Jax-Glaucoma Testing Is blindness among adults in the Those who missed the
being given to civilian employees United States. Even though examination during the surveyare
aboard NAS Jax and the Naval Glaucoma strikes mostly those encouraged to contact Mrs.
Air Rework Facility from April over 35, opthalmologists Linning at the Florida Society for
14 through 30. recommend that every person the Prevention of Blindness, by
MOTOR HOTEL Over 2,000 employees were over 18 be tested periodically for calling 398-8879, or the Glaucoma
tested and approximately two the disease. The best defense Screening Program at 3987091for
901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 percent were referred to private against glaucoma is an eye information as to where and
/ ,, Within waIt inq distance to all points of interest. physicians.' Mrs.:Mary LinnIng, a examination at least every two when they can obtain this service
r registered nurse with special years, or if a blood relative has without charge.
,' training in glaucoma detection, the disease, every year.
administered the test.
Glaucoma testing is a service NATTC Clerk Gets AwardJax
provided by the Lions Clubs of
Duval County through an annual
grant made to the Duval Branch Doris B. Garcia, the Enlisted Personnel Office.
of the Florida Society of the correspondence clerk in Cdr. Stanley Block, NATTC
Prevention of Blindness. It was NATTC's Enlisted Personnel Military Personnel Officer, cited
t offered to employees at work Office, was presented a Letter of her devotion to duty and loyaltyto
through the co-operation and Appreciation for 15 years of the Naval Air Technical
concern of Management and the Federal service. Training Center and her
Medical Department.- Mrs. Garcia first came to associates through the years as a
Glaucoma is called the 'sneak NATTC in 1956.She worked as the direct contribution to her office's
thief of sight' because it strikes secretary for the discipline of success.
slowly and painlessly. It has ficer for seven years and was

o i become a leading cause of subsequently assigned to the 1f1m\ __=_ __ 1
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.... Enjoy your European holiday In the cnn'' :'.!:""tJ of your own /< M A-Yes, but only if justification -
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5 How? Just mail the coupon and find out. whrtt completing ,the course over the
t LONG SiRI"E."Ir S2 50.. ,. preceding two-year period have
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 11 J
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i Jax 86 Fleet First In



Anniversary Parade IE SALUTETHENL


__
1 THEIR ANNIVERSARY
Jax-The Navy Wives Club of float
j America, Jax 86, won first place The Wives Club held their
with their float in the Navy monthly Social Business -
Resale Parade here Saturday, Education meeting at Compton
April 17. First prize of $250 was Hall last Thursday with Pam
1 presented to the Wives Club and Ordeneaux, Joyce Congress!,
second prize went to the Chief's Juduth Lafleur, Lilliam Black
i Wives Club. and Teresa Ditmyer guests.
j: The 'Best Float' was designedas Three new members Marion PR. ul ireaiftfey .
a birthday cake to commemorate Poutree, Kathy Walter and b
. the 25th anniversary Hazel Wilkes. were initiated in a
i of the Navy Resale System. candlelight ceremony and Diana r
1 Riding aboard the float dressed Mullis and Bernadette Lathrup
i in patriotic redwhite, and blue were reinstalled while Helen
were club members, Barbara Ownby has became an active
I Howard, Margarita White, member. .
Darlene Morton and Marilyn The Wives plan to sponsor a i. .
j Moldoon, Carol Rice, Aline Wells senior league baseball team here iL
;
i and Wilma Goldsberry. called the 86 ers. ; ( .
NWCA Jax 86 entered another Next month Jax 86 memberswill
', float in the Orange Park Mardi. celebrate their 24th an- .
Gras Parade and won second niversary with a luncheon at
place April 24 in the Adult Civic Compton Hall, Bldg. 716 at noon
Group. The red, white and blue May 7. Club members will
float supported the 'Liberty Thru prepare the lunch and anyone is
Peace' theme. Barbara Howard, welcome to attend. ,
J club president, and Sharon King, Their regular meeting will be
; Kathy Sexton, Sally Holt and next Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. at

Joan Hardy accompanied the the Clubhouse.FIRST BEST FLOAT-Navy Wives Club Jax 86 members Carol Rice (r) and

llf m .__ 4.r'"'-- Margarita White (I) are no doubt proud to show their husbands the float which I
u it itll won first place in the Navy Exchange Parade. The wives designed this float to
'I commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Navy Resale System.


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I congratulates George Krestalude, Engineering Services and Design
j Division superintendent being the first to sign up for savings bonds
j by payroll deduction during this year's drive. Capt. Heile is encouraging I 7
i other Narf employees to buy bonds through the payroll
j deduction program.

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I Manpower Secretary Discusses All-Volunteer Military I

-
WASHINGTON The Ad. Assistant Secretary of Defense 'those in the Armed Forces are 'It will not be easy,' he said. 'In The Assistant Secretary said, if
ministration's proposed changesto (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) entitled to higher pay and better the days when our country had an his conclusions] were correct,
improve pay, living and Roger T. Kelley, speaking beforea living conditions than they now All-Volunteer Force, our military 'then eliminating the draft is
working conditions of military gathering of the Quad-City enjoy.' forces were small. In the 1920s desirable for reasons other than
personnel 'should be made Rotary Clubs at Davenport In his talk, Kelley noted that, and 1930s, for example, the just begetting an All-Volunteer
whether they achieve our goal of March 11, said 'Improvements in after drafting men for military average strength of the Armed Force.. above all else, it would
an All-Volunteer Force or not,' service life are long overdueeven service for more than 30 years, Forces was less than 300,000. In provide better national
the Pentagon's chief manpower if we were to continue the the nation is now trying to returnto those days, too, military securlty.It would be less costly
spokesman told an Iowa civic draft indefinitely.'In a military force made up entirely technology was simpler, and the and would serve the morale and
group recently. simple Justice asserted, of volunteers. need for high levels of skill and esprit of its people far more effectively .
]learning was far less than it is than the compulsoryform
today. of organization.'
ftft non anaflfloaonenann ftftftftllllllllllllAIIAAIIAAIIAO I onoonoonon 0000000000i Problems Ahead Noting that the target date for
'These two facts,' he continued, reducing draft calls to zero has
'suggest some of the problemsthat been set for July 1, 1973, Mr
0 GS ALE !I lie ahead as we seek to Kelley said that the size of draft
SCASCADES dispense with the draft. We shall calls has been cut already. 'Last
have to maintain a force of two year 163,000 men were drafted -
million members or more. And, about one half the number
we shall have to include in this drafted two years earlier.' lie
WIGLETSREG force, people with a broad attributed the lower draft calls to
assortment of special talents and the success of the Vietnamization
REG $19.95 $12.95 skills required for the per program.Hard
tasks in the Part Ahead
formance of the
$ 1595 $Q95 military force of the 1970s. lie asserted that the hardest
NOW ONLY / NOW ONLY 'The problem of attaining an part of the job lies ahead, 'as we
;y All-Volunteer Force, then, Is one approach the level of manpowerat
t i of both the quantity and the which we shall stabilize for the
r II "'"11I. quality of manpower. The quality post-Vietnam period' and added
TheGINGER LONDON aspect of the problem receivestoo that we need to continue draftingsome
4k little attention in public men for two more years,
Wig SHAGREG discussion of the subject. Many the length of time President
positions in today's military Nixon has asked the Congress to
REG $25.95 a ; $10.00 forces require talent knowledge, extend the Selective Service
fi and skill, and we cannot be In- Program System. will take at
$1 095 .. $1095 different about the quality of least this long,' Kelley said, 'to
NOW ONLY 7 '-\ NOW / military personnel.' put into effect a number of
T % Kelley said he preferred a changes to swell the ranks of
volunteer force to one raised in volunteers for the Armed Forces,
ONLYJ part by conscription. 'The individual and so end reliance on the draft.'
] should have the widest lie then outlined changes,
possible range of free choice in touching briefly on pay raises,
ordering his life, in determininghis improved housing conditions,
career, in deciding how to educational opportunities, introduction
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studies toward achievingan demeaning practices, enlistment
Cutting, Shampooing and Styling 1 Day Service All-Volunteer Force studies bonuses for combat skill
OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY, lOAM TILS PM that began more than two years volunteers, and increased pay
said that he had and allowances for
9999999999999999999999 0 ft ftjft fl gXgJA ago- Mr. Kelley Reserve
reached several conclusions: Officer Training Corps (ROTC)

<. :;.if' cadets.
In the adult work world, the The pay proposal,he said, calls
Armed Forces (like other for substantial pay raises in the
organizations) function best in a low enlisted and officer ranks.
=PIRAT free environment where they 'Present pay levels keep people
Sj'X/ ( compete with others for people.An from enlisting In the Armed
;< Forces who would otherwise
organization composed of volunteer.' lie compared the
volunteers having survived th basic payor a {private>> just
I. LOUNGE Jd t test of free competition, tends to graduating from basic trainingand
::;:. ORANGE be more efficient than one that adjusted for the value of
Featuring : /\L. \ relies on forced entry. quarters, subsistence and tax
advantage worth about $2,700
'>y LIVE ENTERTAINMENT PARK -The alleged pitfalls of the per year against the $1.60 per
I voluntary military hour Federal minimum ,
organizationthat
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ITELY f Northeast Florida'sNewest it will be dominated by totaling $3,900, unskilled blue
and Finest mercenaries who will take over collar beginner's pay as $6,000,
...they Sing and wing! AccomodatlonsTHE our Nation, or be all black-are and the starting salary of a New
yI All week including Sunaays '.. I III I II gratuitous and false claims. They York City policeman as 9500.
J) should be knocked down hard, 'As long as we underpay those
LOUNGE OPEN 11 AM.2 A.M. DAILY lest the American public be in the Armed Forces', he emphasized -
SUNDAYS 1 P.M. tit 11 P.M. WITH MEALS misled by them. 'we are in effect

yi FREE / e0 -Once the transition to an All- demanding that they subsidizethe
Volunteer Force has been accomplished r tot the Nation by-
providing their labor
at
rates far
Hot and Cold Hors d'ouevres will be totally more below those which they would
effective and will consist of
many
receive in other '
i COCKTAIL HOUR 3P.M.-7 P;M. fewer counterpart.people than it conscripted It is enough that occupations we ask them to

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I Navy ]Exchange Announces Springtime Specials. I


Jax--As a reminder to station day 8 a.m. to 3 withquality'pfoducts' reasonable
p.m. Fishing continues to be the are featured in May. ,
personnel and as a service to LAUNDRY-DRYCLEANING- number one sport for spring and The Exchange is helping to prices and responsive service.
those who have just come aboard, Monday through Friday 7:30: a.m. summer. In this category make this summer a little safer You can help your Exchange by
the following is a list of the hours to 4 p.m. packaged outfits will continue to by offering such items as life reporting, as soon as possible,
of operation for a few of the PORTRAIT STUDIO-Monday be the big seller. vests, boating cushions and inoperative or empty machines to
important Navy Exchange through Friday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Golf is rapidly catching on and motorcyle helmets. the Exchange's Vending
facilities on this station: Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. is now passing firearms and Now's the time to select your Department whose telepone
BUDGET STORE.Mondaythrough. VENDING MACHINES--24 ammunition in popularity gift for that summer wedding or number is listed on every
Saturday (except hours a day, seven days a week. because of the present gun graduation. The Exchange has a machine. Won't you help us to
Thursday) 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; restriction laws. Golf starter sets wide assortment of excellent help you?
Thursday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. MERCHANDISE consisting of two woods, five items such as wrist watches, For any occasion, flowers or
COUNTRY STORE- The 25th Anniversary irons, plus a bag are always a portable typewriters and mat foliage planters speak a personal,
TOYLANDMonday through celebration is over and things are good item. Aluminum shaft golf ching pen and pencil sets for yet universal language of
Friday 9 a.m. to 6:30: p.m.; once again back to normal at the clubs are being used more and graduates and many household thoughtfulness and appreciation.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Navy Exchange.The more because of their light Items for the June bride. Why Flowers to 'Mom' on Mother's
MAIN RETAIL STORE. big news in May is weight and reasonable cost. It is wait until the last minute? Shopin Day always expresses the
Monday through Saturday Mother's Day, May 9. Mom will expected that all higher price golf May for the best selection. delicate sentiment to someone
(except Thursday) 9 a.m. to 5p.m. appreciate a token of your love, sets will be in the steal shaft Check the Exchange's swim who is a Queen. Use the Ex
Thursday 9 a.m. to 8 and the change's 'Flower Delivery
; p.m. Exchange is highlightingmany category.For shop for some terrific new
PIRATES COVE EM CLUB- Mother's Day items to help the camping enthusiast, fashion swimsuits. One and two Service' to express your ap-
Monday through Thursday 11 you with your selection. Jewelry, the tent is more popular than piece in a rainbow of colors for preciation to Mom. Remember to
a.m. to midnight; Friday 11 a.m. perfume, electric shavers for ever. Camping accesories, suchas the women and a wide selectionof put your order in early.
to 2 a.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 women, manicure sets, facial sleeping bags and lanterns 'jam' knits, and the old stand- Treat your mother or wife to a
a.m.; Sunday 9 a.m. to midnight. saunas, plus many other gift also rank high with the summer by boxer trunks for the men are sumptuous meal at the Enlisted .
MAINSIDE BARBER SHOP- items for that special woman in time camper. available now. Men's Club on Mother's Day
Monday through Saturday 8:30: your life are available at the Tennis and lawn games will be Special prices and menus for the

a.m. to 5 p.m.BEAUTY exchange.Put the favorite of youngsters and SERVICES little ones as well as an entertaining -
SHOP-Tuesday, your camera to good use oldsters this season. The metal Those carefree summer days program will serve to
Wednesday,Friday and Saturday this spring and summer and snap racket is gaining in popularity on are rapidly approaching. make this an enjoyable ad
8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m.; Monday and away for posterity. Be sure you the tennis courts. In lawn games, Trouble-free driving on summer venture.
Thursday 8:30: a.m. to 8 p.m. haveplentyof film and flashbulbsto badminton, volleyball, takraw (a trips and vacations can be Golf Week begins May 9. Tell
MAIN CAFETERIAMondaythrough meet your needs. It might also game of catch) and horse shoes assured by having your Navy about the 'birdie' putt or near
Friday 7 a.m. to 9:30: be a good idea to replace the are just a few of the fun ways to Exchange service station perform 'par' to all your friends at the 19th
p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. to 3:30: batteries in your camera, spend a summer afternoon.For routine preventive main- Hole Lounge adjacent to the
especially if you haven't used the little Leaguer in your tenance services, such as Candlelight Restaurant after the
p.m.MAIN SERVICE your camera equipment! recently, household, items such as Little tuneups, lubrication, oil changes, game. Enjoy the pleasant atmosphere
STATION- Monday through For all the outdoor and sports League approved batting etc. on your vehicle. While at the and good cheer where
Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sun- buffs, your time is finally here. trainers, gloves balls and bats service station, look for the pre- you 'score' in big savings.It's .
,
vacation specials being offeredon
time to have your tired
a variety of auto accessories.

I European Roadsigns Migrate to U.S. vending The Navy machines Exchange throughout has placed the winter Exchange wardrobe laundrydrycleaningand facilities.refreshed by the.

tailor shop Check
station for your convenience,
WASHINGTONAmerica's symbols do the job of words. Service, Department of refreshment and enjoyment. We your spring and summer war-
stop sign is migrating to Europe. Within the year the big red Agriculture, Bureau of Land want to provide our patrons with drobe now to make sure they'reready
And European newcomers- octagonal sign with 'STOP' Management, and the Fish and the finest in vending services, for service.
picture traffic signs-soon will find emblazoned in white across it will Wildlife Service.International .
homes along some American begin sprouting at countless road signs will be
roadways.The overseas crossroads. Twenty-five diamond-shaped to warn driversof
swap in traffic signals European countries tentativelyhave some danger ahead. A black
derives from years of talks agreed to start using the silhouette identifies the danger;
between 134 United Nations American stop sign. an arrow bent right for a sharp
members. They are trying to American drivers will start; right turn, a locomotive for a
work out a universal set of signs seeing the picture traffic signs Inpublicowned railroad crossing, two walking
lands run by the children for a school crossing, a
that will detour the language gap, .
signs that will make pictures and Forest Service, National Park skidding car



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Forecast Center in.Kansas
Have you ever seen a tor City, Mo., weathermen are
nadoT always alert for conditionsthat

T nltlgtd people haven't, and favor tornado formation
f anywhere in the United
nevlr :IvW..J ,
States. When these weathermen -
Still, there are more than think a tornado might
600 tornadoes almost every form in a certain area, they
year in the United States, 10 post a TORNADO WATCH. 0U
It's wise to know what they are If the TORNADO WATCH
and what you can do to protect includes the area where you
yourself from them. live, your local radio or tele
The average tornado stays on vision station will announceit.
the ground about 10 minutes.In .
that time it moves 5 miles. TORNADO WATCHmeans
, The highest winds in a tornado tornadoes may develop. l
have never been measured ex Keep on with your regular -
' actly, but experts think that activities, but be sure to -
they are probably between 175 be ready to protect yourselfif
and 250 miles per hour. a tornado does strike.A :
These winds are strong TORNADO WARN-
enough to destroy solid build. ING is issued by the local office -
Ings, pull down large trees, and of your National Weather _
throw people and animals hun Service when a tornado : #
4.
dreds of yards through the air. funnel has been detected. tre+Aq e-
One tornado picked up an 83- The warning broadcast on
ton railroad car with 117 radio and TV will say where
people in it, and carried it the tornado is and which
through the air for 80 feet be way it is moving.
fore dropping it in a ditch. When you hear a warning,
Its the job of the National there I is a tornado, and if you der a heavy workbench or Outside If you can get hands over the back of your
Weather Service it used are near its path, you must table. If there is no base- home or to another house head for protection. On a
to be called the Weather Bu- act fast to save your life. ment, take shelter in a small quickly, take shelter there. school bus, if there is no
reau to watch for tornadoesand What can you do? room or closet in the centerof But if you are a long way safe building nearby, the bus
give people warning.At At home If you do not the house, on the lowest from any indoor shelter, lie driver should stop and lead
the Weather Service's have a tornado cellar, go to floor, under a heavy piece of down in a ditch or hollow in everyone to cover in a ditchor
National Severe Storms the basement and crawl un- furniture, if possible. the ground, and put your ravine. (AFPS)



' NAS Jax Beauty Consultant

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Appointed Area SupervisorJax


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Jean Paradiso, the Max Factor make-up-artist who has served here at

NAS Jax for the past five years, has been promoted to supervisor of the

southeast area of the United States. This announcement was made in Hollywoodby

...) E Derek Politi, vice president and manager of the Armed Forces Division.The .

( new NAS make-up artist is
COMPLETES 20 .. Sonar Peggy Menear Jean's new seminars for exchange cosmetic traveling with her husband.Her .
Take your baby Technician Chief ((55)) Orin C. position carries added duties and personnel enabling them to pass husband, Al Paradiso,
Bell of FAETULANT Det. Jax responsibilities. She will managea along beauty news directly to the recently retired from the Navy
receives the certificate signifyinghis number of Make-Up-Artists, exchange shopper. after 35 years of service. The
.. transfer to the Fleet Reserve and will continue to be actively Jean joined Max Factor more couple has two children and two
from LCdr. J. A. Landry. The 20- involved with Naval Air Station's than five years ago. Her experience grandchildren.Jean .
t to I. year Navy veteran 'intends to Main Store Exchange. with the military is is quite active in the Fleet
a specla IS t. stay 'In the Jacksonville area. While at Jax, Jean held many varied and extensive.She workedat Reserve Wives Club, the Chief
WE MAINTAIN IT on-base club make-up demon- the NAS Exchange here for Petty Officers Wives Club, and
WITH LOVING CARE strations and beauty discussions.She nine years before becoming a the P.T.A. She has also been
\ served as a personal beauty professional make-up-artist. She involved with the Brownies and
TOM BUSH VolkswagenS Take stock in America. advisor and make-up-artist for was born and raised in Cub Scouts, and worked with the
and is well- Jacksonville where she
military dependents presently Little League eight years.
RttIt I NI FW IVmds pay a ixnus maturity) known at the station. resides, and has lived in other
She also conducted 1 while Her favorite hobby is workingwith
9850 Atlantic Blvd. special parts of the United States ceramics. She has won

many' first prize. honors. .for her
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; OFFICE HOURS


WHEN THE ROOSEVELT MALL OFFICE OPENED LAST MAY,
',' WE PROMISED YOU THE OFFICE HOURS WOULD BE
; SCHEDULED TO MEET THE NEEDS AND WISHES. OF THE
+' MEMBERS. BASED ON STUDIES CONDUCTED FOR THE PAST
., 10 MONTHS... THE MALL OFFICE WILL.... Jean Paradiso
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Station Swimming Pools Open

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J For Weekends Throughout May:


WEEKDAYS ,1 Sr

GALLEY NO.: Breakfast- to 7:30: a.mfiats .; Dinner 11 Jax-Weather permitting, all lightning is imminent. child's ability to swim will be
to : Sandwich line served at dinner only. a.m. to 1 "m" Supper' outdoor swimming pool facilities 7. There will be no skylarkingor administered each Tuesday
NO. 3: Breakfast.5:30 to 7 a.m.; Dinner;11 aboard this station will be open running on pool decks at Pool all
Supper to 6:15: p.m. Sandwich line '.m. to 12:30: p.m.; any beginning June 8 at 707 to
WEEKENDS open AND In Wings HOLIDAYS S and ht dinner only. weekends in May, daily June time. children ages 8 through 11 who

BOTH GALLEYS: Early Breaktast.6:30: to 1:30: a.m.1 Brunch. through Labor Day, and 8. Only one person at a time wish to swim at NAS pools
12:30 p.m.; Supper.4 to 5:30: p.m. 9:30 '.m. to weekends in September. The
COMRATS shall be on the diving board; all unaccompanied by an adult An
cents. The following prices menu Breakfast Is served 25 cents at both/ Dinner galleys.and Brunch.70 cents Supper schedule for each pool will be as diving shall be done straight adult carrying a military ID card

follows: ahead. must be present to sponsor any
Friday,Apr1130BREAKFASTChilled Pools 10 and 14 (officers' pool) 9. There will be no swimming in child taking this test.

Pineapple burgers SANDWICH and LiNE-Grilled Ham located next to the Officers Club the diving area designated by the The test consists of the
Juice Fried Eggs to Order, Scram. Cheeseburgers. for officers their dependents and lifeline.
buoyed
bled Eggs with Cheese, Choice of SUPPER-tallan| Spaghetti with following: ((1)) Child dives into
Bacon or Ham Lyonnalse Potatoes, Meat Sauce, Baked Lasagna, Toasted guest from noon to 6 p.m.; closed 10. There will be no fancy diving deep water and swims a
Creamed Dried Beef Assorted Danish Cuban Buttered Sticks, Parmesan Cheese, Mondays. off sides of pool. minimum of 15 feet under water,
Asparagas Tips, Buttered Pool 707 (CPO pool) located on
Pastry. Mixed Vegetables, Blueberry Pie. 11. No objects are permitted in then comes to the surface and
DINNER-.New England Clam Yorktown between McFarlandSt. pools at any time except for vest
treads water for a minimum of 30
Chowder, Salmon Cakes
or Grilled
Tuesday,May.4 and Mustin Rd,; recreational type life jackets.
Frankfurters, Baked Macaroni with seconds, then swims 20 yards
Cheese, Seasoned Lima Beans Yellow Chilled BREAKFAST .Homlny Grits swimming for chief petty officers 12. No glass containers are using crawl stroke or
Cake with Chocolate Icing. Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs their dependents and permitted decks at
on pool
any Child
to Order Baked Corned Beef Hash, modification of same; (2))
SANDWICH LiNE-Grilled Ham Soft or Hard Cooked guest from noon to 6 p.m. daily; time. to
burgers or Cheeseburgers. Eggs Choice of jumps into deep water, come s
SUPPER-Stuffed Pork Chops Bacon or Pork Butts, Minced Beef, closed Wednesdays.Pool 13.There will be no eating on pool surface and floats on his back for
Brown Gravy Rice Pilaff Ap. Assorted DINNER-Minestrone Cake'Doughnuts. 36 (enlisted pool) located decks at any time. a minimum of 30 seconds then
plesauce Creamed Style Corn Soup, Baked behind the Main Exchange is 14. No allowed in
Beef Loaf or Turkey A laKIng, Baking pets are pool swims on his back a minimum of
Seasoned Cake with Brussels Chocolate Sprouts Yellow Powder Biscuits, Whipped Potatoes, open from 11 a.m to 8 p.m. daily; area. 20 yards. "-
Icing. Boiled Navy Beans, Buttered Broccoli closed Tuesdays. Recreational 15. Persons using swimming Those children passing this test

Saturday May 1 .Dutch SANDWICH Apple Pie. LINE Simmered swimming for enlisted personnel, pools are reminded to use trash will receive an ID card and an
BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal Fried Frankfurters with Sauerkraut- or their dependents and guests. cans and cigarette butt recep- emblem which must be sewn to
Eggs to Order, Grilled French Toast Ham & Cheese on Rye. Pool 419 (NATTC pool) locatedon tacles. their bathing attire. The cost of
with Maple Syrup Choice of
Luncheon
..
SUPPER Pan Roast of Beef, Allegheny St. between main SWIMMING LESSONSAll cents.
Meat or Pork Sausage Hashed Natural the emblem is 50
,
Brown Potatoes, Assorted Cake Grilled Potato Gravy Cakes Snowflaked Seasoned Potatoes Green, and south gates; recreational military personnel and their Any child who holds a Red

Doughnuts. Beans, Hot Spiced Beets, Dutch Apple swimming for NATTC personnel, dependents four year of age and Cross Advanced Beginner, In-
BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order Pie. their dependents and guests from older may register for summer
termediate Swimming certificate
or
Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham &
Cheese Sandwiches French Fried Wednesday,MaysBREAKFASTCooked 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.closed; Thurs- swim classes. There will be five will not be required to

PotatoesBaked Beans Assorted Cake Farina days. two-week' sessions beginningJune take this test and need only
Doughnuts. Fried Eggs to Order, Home Fried 14,June 28, July 12, July 16, present his Red Cross card to
Southern SUPPER-Cream Fried of Potato Soup, Potatoes, Choice of Pork Sausage or POOL RULES and August 9. Pre Beginner, receive an ID card and emblem.
Chicken Whipped Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork & Beans, 'I
The rules
all
following to
apply Advanced
Beginner Beginner
this test
Potatoes Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Creamed Dried Beef, Southern Children who passed
Peas, Hot Spiced Beets Pumpkin Pie.. Corn Bread, Pecan Rolls.DINNERVegetable Style outdoor swimming pools at NAS and Adult Classes will be con- and received ID cards and em-

Soup, Grilled Jax: ducted between a 8 a.m and noon blems last year are not requiredto
Sunday May 2BREAKFAST..Homlny Steaks, Mushroom Gravy, Baked 1. All personnel using pools will Tuesday through Saturday at take the test again this year.
Grits, Potatoes with Sour Cream, Buttered obey the instructions of the 10 and 14 (officer's )
pools pools
Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto Brussel Sprouts, Cream Styled Corn They must, however, still have
Order, Cheese Omelet, Choice of Kernels, Cherry Pie. lifeguards. Intermediate, Swimmer, Junior the emblem stitched to their
Ham or Bacon, Home Fried Potatoes, SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Ham 2. Children under 12 years of Lifesaving, and Senior swimsuits and possess an ID
Assorted Cake Doughnuts. burgers and Cheeseburgers. age may swim at NAS pools only Lifesaving classes will be con- card.
BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order,
Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham SUPPER-Barbecued Frankfurtersor when accompanied by an adult ducted between 12:30: and 2 p.m.
burgers French Fried Potatoes, Beef Balls Stroganoff, French Fried unless they have passed the Monday through Saturday Further information con-
swim
,
Cauliflower
Baked Beans, Assorted Cake Potatoes Buttered required swim test at cerning summer programs
Seasoned Lima Beans, Cherry Pie. or possess a (excluding Thursday) pool 419 maybe obtained by calling Mrs.
Doughnuts. NAS Jax Pools emblem. on Allegheny St.
SUPPER-Split Pea Soup, Steak Thursday,May'BREAKFAST..Hot Dewolfe Special Service
,
3. Children under 16 of There is fee of chid
Smothered with Onions, Brown Oatmeal, years a $3 per per Building 704 Ext. 3112.
Gravy, Parsley Buttered Potatoes, Chilled Plums, Fried Eggs to Order, age are not permitted in pools two-week course payable at
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The NAS Special Ser Cecil Leads Bowling WUdOnes 26-14 .650
vices Center is now offering Judo Evildoers 244151 .610
classes for men, women and Jax-VA-174 of Cecil Field Comm 24.16 .600
children free of charge. grabbed the first-day lead of the NA'ITC 26-18 .591
The classes are conducted by Fleet Air Jacksonville bowling Quacks 23-17 .575
Marine SSgt R. Singleton who tournament Tuesday with a six. Hard Hats 23.17 .575
received his training in Japan game pinfall of 5,234. Trainers 221,1.2H .511
two years ago from Mr. Hamada, VP-16 was second with 5,001 Cleaners 19.21 .475
a 7th Degree Black Belt a ba pins. FAW-11 COMFAIRJAX, Split Finders 18-22 .450
Singleton himself is a nationally VA-12, VW-4 and VA-45 followed CPO's 19.25 .432
recognized instructor who Wednesday the teams were to
.400
presently holds a brown belt and roll three games. They shoot six Side Tars Winders 16-24 .400
will graduate to black in a few .today and six tomorrow. Lazy Timers 16-24 14-26 .350
months. The winner moves to Norfolk
'Judo,' Singleton says, 'teaches next week for the Atlantic Fleet Eagles 2 15-29 .341
building of the mind, body and matches Knots 9-35 .205

moral character.' He recommends Opening day high game honors Atlantic Leage
interested persons should went to Ellis Bowers of VA-12
look in on a class before enrollingin with a 245. John Federnok also of Good&Bad 37.7 .841
order to understand some of VA-12 had high three game series
Alley Cats 30-14 .682
the fundamentals behind Judo
with 583.
and decide if they really want to a Jokers 29j15; .659
Gems 'n.17 .614
learn.There are presently six BowlingAmerican Pin Benders 26-18 .591

openings in the women's class VR-5O 24-20 .545
which is taught Mondays and League Bees 21.23 ..411Lt'a
Tuesdays from 11:30: a.m. to + 1 20-24 .455
12:30: and four openings in the E.Zephyrs 33--11 .750 Chokers 191h.1241h.444
men's class which is conducted ComFalrJax 2 32.12 .1'n Blue 19-25 .432
Mondays and Thursdays from R's Raiders 31.13 .705 MarBar 1 19-25 '.432
4:30 to 5:30: p.m. The children's Molar Rollers 284.15.644 Birds 19-25 .432
class is filled to capacity at this SubMowV 25-19 .568 Green Backers 18-26 .409
time however a new class is Gold 24.20 .545 Bocks 15Ih.28Ih.356
expected to commence in about '0.0.0.0.0.GOSHI'- Brown belt Instructor, Rudolph Singleton Ney Bowlers 24.20 .545 Eagles 1 15-29 ::341
two months. All lessons are held executes a gentle throw or (Ogoshl) with an apparently surprised Hurricanes 231h-20'h .533 Tumblers 13-31 .295
In Building 726 topside in the right victim, retired Marine Harvey Agee, as he demonstrates a variety of AFEES 21.23 .411
wing. Judo techniques which he teaches free of charge to his students. Tweekers 201h.231h .461

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Bees 15-29 .341 Hunters 35-9 .195
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JAX SPORT Mar Bar 2 141h.291h.333 Pin Benders 34-10 .113
s:klrowy i$ rrrs3AT: ? Hospital A 13-31 .295 Radar 17 3J.13 .105
IN//111111/NIN/NIIINNHINIII//1NNN/SINS/N/NNIIIN/NNI/1/ININ !>>t'I lNLI81 'DAND Fumblers 10-34 .m 679th 28-16.636
GOLF SuYofiDB'w Ringers 26-18 .591
FlapJax 26-18 .364
The Jax Navy Golf team defeated Mayport here Friday,Odd .al Bill Bernler, Leprechauns 24.20 .545
Nartu, was low medalist with an even par 72. Bryan White, VW-4, had a 74. 'IIJ J.7 Pau.., Continental League Tweets 22-22 .500
Tomorrow the team takes on St. Johns: Junior College at NAS Jax. jH1"; /
61 Hospital 30-14 .682 Pin Pals 22-22 ,500ComFairJax

SOFTBALL Seventy Wons 27-13 .- .675 1 22.22 .500
Faid Folk 19-25 .432
Tryouts for the Jax Navy Softball team will be held on Mackroth Field at 4:30 oil ,
p.m. tomorrow. The team will play about 20 games this season starting off Unmentionables 16-28 .364
against Moody,AFB,May 1415.They will/ also represent ComFairJax In the 6th Hangovers 18-28 .364
Naval District Tournament, August 2 6. Beer Cans 15-29 .341
We Trade for Anything King Pals 11.33 .250
TRACK AND FIELD From Billie Coats to Battleahipalto /
,/ t Hospital C 5-35 .114
The final organizational meeting for the annual Intramural track and field
meet Is set for 9:30: a.m., tomorrow In the Athletic Office, Bldg. No. 3. It Is very
I Important that all units Intending to enter personnel in the Ironman event be NAVY MARINE
represented at this meeting. The track and field meet Is scheduled for May 11 BOWLING LEAGUE
I and will get underway around I 1j30: p.m. There will be first and second place .-
trophies for all 11 events.
The events are: 100, 220, 440 880 yard dashes mile run; high lump, broad w VP-45 102.833AC
r t lump;pole vault,shot put,mile relay and 1100)()yard relay. L 'L", SPECIAL DISCOUNTS Maint 9-3 ..150'The

i' y ; and CIVIL SERVICE Personnel Ball Bearings 9-3 ,750
Barracks 584 8-4 .661
1-10 \N.: Florida's' Largest t 24' Wide .Dealer_: Auto Bahn's 7.5.583
: X $Vv& it.4V* t'Kt The Zeroes 6-6.500
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Murray's Tavern 5-7 .411

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FAETU 30 vs MATSG 15-10 t
Hospital 2-1 679th vs AFEES 5-1 _
VP-16 2.1 FICEUR va Dispensary 164
NATTC 2.1 NARTU vs MarBar 0-10
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MARTD vs ., .
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VP-45 2.[ Hospital vs A..c Maint. 11.1 i"
Bees 2.1 VP-45 vs ComFairJax, 10-5 .;-
A..c Maint. 0-3 Bees vs FWF 16-0
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NATTC vs A-C Maint. 17-2

NARTU 2-0 VP-16 FAETU vs vs Bees VP-45 0-2 Suddath Van Lines Little League Captain Jeff Grimes, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
679th 2-0 Hospital vs ComFairJax 5-1 5-3 F. Grimes Jr., salutes Gordon Hill as honorary captain of the 1971 team. One of '
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AFEES. 1.1 the first teams to play at Blue Angel Park at NAS Jax,the Suddath Van Lines
FICEUR 1.1 1.1 Tuesday, April 27 Little Leaguers have been pitching here for more than 10 years. Mr. Hill has ,..
MarBar 1.1 MarBar 8, Dispensary sponsored the team for the past six years and has been primarily responsible for
Weapons 1.1 NartuG, Weapons 4 0 organizing and directing team's activities during that time.
VW-4 1.1 VW-47, Comm 0
MATSG 0-2 679th8, MATSG 1
Dispensary 0-2 FICEUR, AFEES 5

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NARTU vs FICEUR 3-0 Bolin Wins
Comm vs DISPENSARY 10-9
MarBar vs MATSG 13.7 Silver CupJaxIn & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCESNEW
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VP-45 vs Hospital 4-0 Other winners were Lassie FURNITURE CO.
Bees vs ComFairJax 17.5 Mahoney, Katie Nichols, Bobbie
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