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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 20, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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).
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VOL. 29 NO. 42 Published In The Interest of Personnel Naval .Jj
of Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida JANUARY 20, 197 ?" ;'.;" '
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, 'I CNO Starts 'Newsgram'JaxAdm. ,.I:,



Elmo R. Zumwalt, Chief of Naval have to fulfill the four-month I
Operations, has started a new program where current time-in-grade requirementbefore ,
news involving the Navy will be presented weekly in a being advanced to E2.

NAVOP from CHINFO that will be referred to as a The one exception will be that
"Newsgram." Commanding Officers of Recruit

In the first Newsgram of the year, current items that Training Centers can advance up ,'j,
to 10 percent of each graduating
concern the Navy, are: recruit class. Officials at the
Bureau of Personnel point out j," .
; Manpower Reductions that the 10 percent figure .
placement efforts and other :, ,I ,
The Department of Defense represents a limit, not a quota;
f announced further military and measures shall be utilized to they stress that all advancementsto ,. ,
t civilian manpower reductions maximize the use of attrition and E-2 will have to be earned, 0'" 01.f
i January?. According to the new minimize personal hardships in whether in Boot Camp or later. "" \.12,,g .
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,' figures, total military manpower reaching specified ceilings. ,'/r.utif IJi .'(
will drop 187,000 by June 30,.to a RVN Withdrawals PNA Points I< ct, J41?
total of 2,391,000. The reductions MHt1lF1f .
President Nixon announced d CD. '- Q
will come mainly from the Army continued withdrawls of The Bureau of Personnel announced
1 and Air Force which will drop American forces from Vietnam January 14 that men WELCOME ABOARD-. George Barker (left) and Adm. William
147,000 and 27,000 personnel January 13. The President stated who are passedbutnotadvancedPNA ,Rapp welcome Cdr. Harry Hoover, the new VP-49 C.O. in a cake
respectively. that 70,000 men will be pulled out ( ) on an advancement tuning' after the change of command. The large "E"on the cake is in
The Navy will lose 9,000 to a still examination recognition of VP-5 winning the Battle Readiness "E"Award.
by May 1, leaving only 69,000 will be able to gain
new level of 602,000 active duty in the country. Secretary of points toward promotion in their
I personnel. The Navy force level Defense Laird said an ap next attempt. Under the new VP-5 Has
New
was 623,000 last June and COJax
30, proximate breakdown of the policy a man who is PNA'ed can
611,000 on December 1, Civilian remaining 69,000 would be 48,000 earn up to three multiple points in
manpower in the Department of Army, 16,000 Air Force and 4,500 a single promotion period; the Cdr. Harry A. Hoover which was given to VP-5 this year 1
> Defense will be reduced 52,000 by Navy., The Navy force in points can then be accumulatedover relieved Cdr. George D. Barker as the top performing patrol
: June 30, to a total of 1,041,000. Vietnam as of Feburary 1 will be six promotion periods, up to Friday as Commanding Officer squadron on the East Coast. !
The Navy civilian force level on about 7,000. a maximum of Q5. This new of VP-5. Cdr. Hoover reported to VP-S
December 1 was 351,000 and is policy will be applied first in the The two commanders read from the Joint Continental
to be reduced,to 334,000; by June Promotion Changes coming August exams,when men their orders following an addressby Defense Systems Integration I
Automatic promotion from E-l who PNA next month's guest speaker RAdm. William
30.The exams Planning Staff of the Joint Chiefs ,
Secretary of the Navy, to E-2 at the end of Boot Camp (February) will be able to get up T. Rapp, Deputy Commander for of Staff in Washington DC., :
John Chaffee, has stated that has been halted, as of January 1< to three multiple points added to Plans, Programs and Financial where he was awarded the, "I
I' "employment freezes, out. From now on, all personnel will the total. Management-Comptroller,Naval Meritorious Service Medal.
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Jax Credit Union RAdm. Rapp's speech Since then, he has served asrvPS's ... l' I,
Navy highlighted the recent accomplishments -- Executive Officer. ;
of the "Mad Cdr. Barker will report to the
Foxes", including winning the Chief of Naval Operations in
Sets Nominating CommitteeJax Battle Readiness "E" Award February for duty. \ 'j)!


CS1 Dixon Named
Rod D, Pinney, president bership meeting scheduled for "It is.the opinion of the present
of Jax Navy Federal Credit Feb. 25. "
10 Board of Directors, said Pinneyin
Union, has announced the appointment F. Ray Forrest, Supply Dept., presenting the committee with Sailor Of The Month
of a nominating NAS Jax, will head the their duties, "that the Board of ,
committee to select nominees to nominating committee. Those Directors in particular and the ,
fill four vacancies on the Board of named to serve on the committee Credit Committee should be Jax-CS1 John Dixon has been His titles included two In-
Directors and two vacancies on with Forrest are LCdr. W, made up of a cross section of our selected as the Serviceman of the terservice Crowns, the ,Pan 1
the Credit Committee. Thomas Chase, Jr., Nicholas V. membership. Month for December. American Crown and the Counsel
Elections will be held at the Pulignano, Michael Casone and Therefore, it is desireable CS1 Dixon is the senior baker in International Sports Military I
I credit union's annual mem- Alex P. Vaughn.. that the nominations for charge of the port and starboard Olympic Runner-up.
-I 1111111'' watch. He is responsible for the
vacancies to be filled at the 1972
'! Annual Meeting include per- preparation and serving of pastry CS1 Dixon has proven to be a
sonnel representing the officer, and dessert as well as main- highly effective and proficient
I : __ enlisted and civilian membershipfrom tenance of Bake Shop spaces. supervisor. His performance has 4
i both NAS Jacksonville and He is also responsible for the always been outstanding and he *
NAS Cecil Field, and retired preparation of the Bake Shop has shown a vast and thorough :
I- aft ,'- personnel." worksheets, computation of knowledge of all phases of his oIi
Nominations will be received breakouts and decoration of rate. Petty Officer Dixon has '1'
from the floor at the meeting. command ceremonial cakes. contributed his knowledge and
I, However, any member who is Dixon has 18 men under his direct talents to improve the Food .'
j" interested in being considered for supervision. He has also served Service operation in the NAS e
I nomination (or who knows of as the black minority leader on, Galley i iFor
other members interested) is the USS Brumby, DE-1044.
Y fI urged to submit an application in In addition to his outstanding being t> honored as Sailor of '1
writing to the nominating work as a Commissaryman, the Month CS1 Dixon will receivea
committee or credit union office. Dixon won the All Navy Boxing free trip to S(; Augustine, ,.;,
Forms are available from the Championships from 1958 to 1968. courtesy of the Jacksonville USO.

branch office managers at the
Jax Navy Federal Credit Union POW/MIA Bracelets,
Offices: Bldg. 26'at Cecil Field; ire

Bldg. 39 at NAS Jax; and"the To Be Sold At NEX
Roosevelt Mall Shopping Center. ]
Members of the nominating
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I'I committee also have copies of the Jax -' POW-MIA banners to be flown
I application form to give to in- bracelets will be on sale at nationally. 0
terested members. Deadline for the Navy Exchange on Please support this
submitting applications is Jan..
24. Saturday, Jan. 29 from 9 cause to show your, concern -

f'Ui'' Nominees selected by the a.m. to 4 p.m. for the plight of our ;
t tt nominating committee will have Procedes will be used to POW-MIA's in Southeast
their names placed on the official purchase POW-MIA Asia. ?
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Monday Cove.thru Thur Club Club Hall 'Yr.ort Jtl Jlr J


11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday b Saturday

11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Your
Friday .
11 a.m. to 2 am' 11am.11 p.m.
Friday d.. Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday Friday,Jan.21 SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. lla.m. .-tlp.m. Noon to Midnight BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple burgers or Frankfurters, Ham &
9 a.m. to 2 a.m. Fr Sat Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Cheese Rye, French Fried Poatoes,
Sunday 11a.m.wla.m. Monday thru Thur Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choiceof Potato Chips Baked Beans, Dessert
9 a.m. to Midnight 11 a.m. to MidnIght Club; Sausage or Bacon, Hashed Brown Bar.
Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Tuesday,Jan.2S
DINNER New England Clam BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple
Chowder, Deafood Platter of Fried Juice, Ht Farina, Boiled Eggs, Fried
Mexican MealJaxEnlisted Shrimp, Scallops, Fish Portions, or Eggs to Order, Griddle Hot Cakes w-
Beef Balls Stroganoff, Boiled Syrup Choice of Pork
Potatoes, Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Sausage or Ham, Corned Beef Hash,
Tartar Sauce Slad Bar, Cherry Pie Hot Chocolate, Pastry Bar.
personnel are cordially invited to enjoy Raisin Nut Cke.SANDWICH DINNER: Tomato Bouillon Soup,

Family Night (Mexican Meal) February 2 at the NAS DOdDa Grilled Hamburgers LINE: or Chicken Frankfurters Salad,, Spareribs Barbecued, Steamed Chicken Rice or ,Barbecued Buttered

Dining Hall. French Fried Potatoes Potato Chips, Snap Beans, Hot Spiced Beets,
The menu includes: Beef Tacos Mexican Enchiladas Baked Beans, Dessert Bar. Cranberry Sauce, Salad, Cherry Pie,
4EEJ 1J 1Jr SUPPER: Italian Meat Sauce, Raisin Nut Cake.SANDWICH .
Hot Tamale Pie, Spanish Rice, Hot Beans, Buttered Boiled Spaghetti Assorted Pizza Pies, LINE: Sloppy Joes on

Broccoli, Seasoned Whole Kernal Corn and assorted r/,. Parmesan Bread, O'Brien Cheese Summer, Toasted Squash Garlic, Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor
salads and desserts. (! Seasoned Frankfurters, French Fried
Snap Beans, Salad Bar,
Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans,
Please make your reservations not later than Jan. 31 Pudding.Butterscotch Brownies, Vanilla Dessert Bar.SUPPER .

by calling Ext. 3302 or 3257. SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Hamburgers Sauce: Italian Spaghetti,,
I'KOTKSTANTNAVAL Spaghetti or Baked Lasagna
Meal hours will be 4-6:30: p.m.INCOME. Alll STATION .Sandwich or, French Frankfurters Fried, Egg Potatoes Salad, Parmesan Cheese, Toasted Garlic
Potato Bread. Seasoned June Peas Buttered
Clps Baked Beans, Dessert
Bar. Squash Salad Bar, Cherry Pie, Raisin
SUNDAY Nut Cake.

TAX Church School (all ages) 9, Saturday,Jan.22 SANDWICH- LINE: Grilled Hamburgers
a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine BREAKFAST: Chilled Grapefruit or Frankfurters Deviled
Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Ham, French Fried Potatoes, Potato
Worship 10:30 at All Saints'Chapel. Order, French Toast Syrup Griddle Chips Baked Beans, Dessert Bar.
Cakes, Choice of Bacon or Minute Wedesday,Jan.z*
APRIL 15 Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Steaks Pastry Bar. BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato 1
High) '10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- BRUNCH at 9:30: Onion Soup, JuiceHot Roasted Oats, Hard Boiled ;
Sliced Corn Beef on Rye, French Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, French
nex. Junior and senior youth Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans Salad Toast Syrup, Choice of Bacon or
Fellowship-l:30: p.m. at Bldg. 722. Bar, Apricot Pie, Assorted Cup Ckes. Luncheon Meat, Hashed Brown
Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at SUPPER: Grilled Salisbury Steak, Poatoes, Pastry Bar.
small Chapel. Grilled Ham Steak, Cream Gravy, DINNER: Simmered Pea Soup
French Fried Potatoes. Boiled Navy Boiled Corn. Beef or Simmered Beef, :
All Tuesday Beans, Buttered Asparagus Tips, Natural Brown Gravy Boiled White ;
,TAX NEWSThe Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Salad Bar, Molasses Cookies, Baked. Potatoes Buttered Cabbage &
Custard. Carrots, Boiled Pinto Beans Salad
and Christian
at Bldg 750 Science
Sunday,J a.23 Bar Pineapple Pie Marble Cake.
Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Hamburgers
Juice, Not Oatmeal, Ham &
Fried Eggs to or Frankfurters
JAX AIR NEWS Is Civilian
a Enterprise Newspaper
Order, French Fried
NAVAL HOSPITAL Toast w-Syrup, GriddU Cheese on Rye French
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval :Air Station. Ckes, Choice of Grilled Bacon or Potatoes, Ptato Chips Baked Beans,
,Jacksonville florida. by the Holt Publishing Company a Divine Worship-10 a.m. at St. Minute Pork Chops Lyonnalse' Dessert Bar.SUPPER .

private firm. All Copy submitted r use in the JAX AIR NEWS Lukes. Potatoes, Hot Chocolate, Pastry Bar.
BRUNCH: at 9:30: Vegetable : Sweedish Meat Balls or
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2. NAS
CATHOLIC Jacksonville by 12:00: noon on Monday before publication. News Beans, Salad Bar, Coconut Cream Buttered Spinach, Cranberry Sauce,
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at StEdward's Pie, Strawberry ,Short Cke. Seasoned Mixed Vegetables Salad
3119. Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 SUPPER: Southern Fried Cpcken Bar. Coconut Bars, Peach Pudding.
a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Chicken Gravy,' Mashed Potatoes SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Hamburgers
Bread Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, or Frankfurters, Egg Salad
Monday Tuesday Thursday and
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. "Everything advertised in this publication must be made Seasoned Mixed Vegetables, Boiled Sandwich, French Fried Potatoes,
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race Friday-11:30: a.m. Wednesday Pinto Beans, Salad Bar, Brown Sugar Potato Chips, Baked Beans, DessertBar.
Mass 11:30 a.m. at the Naval Cookies, Chocolate Pudding.. .
creed color national origin' or sex of the purchaser user or
Hospital Chapel. Saturday Monday,Jan.24 Thursday,Jan.27
violation this policy of equal
of
A confirmed or rejection
patron. Confessions-4:15: and 5 BREAKFAST: Chilled Grapefruit BREAKFAST: Chilled Grape Juice,
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print p.m. Juice, Buttered Hominy Grits, Fried Hot Oatmeal. Fried Eggs to Order.
advertising from that source." NATTC Eggs to Order, French Toast Syrup, Griddle Hot Cakes Syrup, Choice of
Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Ham or Pork Sausage, Minced Beef, .
Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. in Home Fried Poatoes, Pastry Bar. Lyonnaise Potatoes, Pastry Bar.
Advertisements are ,solicited/ by the publisher' and queries Building 500. DINNER: Knickerbocker Soup, Hot DINNER: Grilled Beef Steak,
concerning such should be directed to: Beef Sandwiches, Natural Pan Gravy, Mushroom Gravy, Oven Brown
Gen. Named To Post Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Brussel 1 Potatoes, French Fried Onion Rings,
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Sprouts, Sautefd Corn, Salad Bar Simmered Green Peas Buttered
WASHINGTON (AFPS) -' Blueberry Pie. White Cke. Corn,.Salad Oar Boston Cream Pie
4747 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville Fla. 32210
Major General Richard T. Cassidy SUPPER: Veal Loaf or Baked Tomato Spice Cake.
Telephone 388-2755 has been named for assignment Frankfurters Brown Gravy, French
Hamburgers
Fried Potatoes,Buttered French: SANDWICH LINE: Grilled
as Commanding General, Fried Broccoli, Deviled
Frankfurters
Boiled or
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CAPf., WILLIA/tff/ 'F. MOORE reads his orders. He relieves' Cdr. ...
Orville G. Elliott (left) as commanding officer of.NDRC. We are proud and grateful of our progress during the past months and years..
proud of our growth and expanded services and grateful for your support. We
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deeply appreciate being "the bank" to so many people In our community. We
Capt. Moore Relieves regard your confidence and trust as'our most Important asset. Your support has .
enabled us to grow as shown:

We thank much! :
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Statement Of Condition \
Cdr. Orville G. Elliott and as the Deputy Secretary of Comparative
was relieved by Capt. WilliamF. the Staff. I
Moore Friday as commanding Congratulations were sent to As Of December 31 1971

officer of the ,Navy's. drug 'officersfrom Adm. ElmoR.

rehabilitation center here. Zumwalt, Chief of
Capt. Moore comes to NDRC Naval Operations; His message RESOURCES 1971 1970

from Supreme HeadquartersAllied read in part: Loans and Discounts '::..; If," ,$12,257,581.66 $9,879,131.37Federal
Powers Europe (SHAPE) "On the occasion of the changeof ,\; .. *. ,., .."
where he served as staff officer in command of our second naval Funds Sold :, I. 800,000.00 500,00000
the Plans and Policy Division drug rehabilitation center, I wishto Bonds $ 274,112.69 5,929,640.64
personally) congratulate and Cash and Due from Banks 4 2,639,162.57 2,234,255.40

thank you, Cdr. Elliott, for the Banking House, Furniture Fixtures 586,599.02 590- 1'65 ,.
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Other Resources ., 196,641.20
time a iuVy' functioning drug Total **.. '.' $24,772,270.38 J $19,330.610.26, ) a 1
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A vetera ". of the Korean LIABILITIES ." .
Conflict and Vietnam, Capt. Capital' \tt* '
j $ 400,000.00 S 400,000.00
Moore has been awarded dt't .[: f
eight Surplus !' 800,00000 700,000.00
Air Medals, two Navy Unit Undivided Profits ': 'I" ',' 148,491.84 107,681.88
Commendations and one Com Reserve for Losses on Loans '[fIt'! I 180,727.60 155,109.35
mendation Medal with combat Reserves Taxes and Interest ...,'&:" 176,199.42 156,209.68

device, as well as campaign Letters of Credit Y"0' -0-.
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I II medals. Unearned Discount ':*'I" 630,178.01 439,686.88Other

SUNDAY Expenses Accrued and Unpaid 11,377.24 13,679.45Deposits
Cdr. Elliott will to COM "
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Demand $10,296,740.42 $ 7,676,180.79 .
Time $12,128,555.85 $' 9,682,062.23
'parent thinks educational TV ;' Total 1 $24,772,270.38 $19,330,610.26
GOODS is over-rated: 'My little boy's
been watching it for a year and
DISCOUNT I STORE only words he can read are MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATIONS .

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ADCS Marshall Jones recently reenlisted far 2 more years putting
him on the 20 year list.


AOC Gerald Heard recently re-

uped for 3 more putting him on
his way to the 20 year mark. He
and his wife Billie Jo and three .k

children reside at 8129 Paschal Y +

St.


; AME2 Gary D.Orr signed fotanother putting him on hit,way to 12.

i He and his wife Helen and two.sons Bobby and Dean reside at 2743

Elmwood Rd.

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AMH2 J.E.Lawrence signed up for 5 more putting him close to 15. He 3
and his wife Hilda Faye and daughter Tina Marie reside at 7520 A

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ADJ2 Kenneth W. Whitlow
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reenlisted for 4 putting him
years AQC Burl T.Filch reenlisted for 2 years making him over the 17 year
on the 12 year mark. Kenneth Is
mark., He and his wife Helen and five children reside at 3804 Barber
attached to VA-105.
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Civil Service ,
Highlights : "Straight facts"from the Jope

D : ComFalrJaxDrugAwareness. Team'



Richard L. Priester Named

:


Civilian Of The MonthJaxRichard OnDope !



L. Priester, in operation by a deadline and to that collect and pump waste to ,t
Sewage Disposal Plant bring about operation the I
Operator proper treatment facilities and i. I IIi
in the Water Pollution Control results.In conducts
laboratory tests to !
.
,
Branch of the Public Works determine needs in plant I I
Department, has been named addition, he manufacturedon operation. Alcohol I is a depressant, not a stimulant, as I Is popularly :
December's Civilian Employeeof his own time ,a keyboard, believed. I I't
the Month.A chart-board and several sam- Priester "aided materially in ,
letter nominating Priester pling devices for use at the the transfer from the old facility
to the new one", the nomination
for the honor facility
states that he
worked concludes, "and holds the respectof 44.
'"enthusiastically and Priester also helps operate and supervisors and operators by .
with little
supervision" to place maintain ten sewage pumping the manner in which he conducts r
the Nine Civilians Get
new NAS Jax Extended Air
stations scattered thrughout NAS himself in the execution of his
Water
Pollution Control Facility Jax, including the Naval Hspital, duties.


I Department Of The Navy Diminishes Thirty- Year. AwardsJaxNine I


Civilian Employment Level By 17,000JaxThe civilian and Ruby Collier, in- j

employees here have ventory management 3?

Department of the metropolitan area. and on full-time employees in received awards for 30 specialist. ;
Navy is required to reduce its Therefore, specific civilian permanent positions for June 30. years of service to the Also James Rowe Jr., ,(tf'

world-side civilian employmentlevel employment ceilings are being A special semi-monthly Navy. stock control clerk;"Frank |
by more than 17,000 by June assigned and will be enforced by warehouseman
claimant commands. reporting system will be From the Supply Powell, ; j
30.Included established to monitor Davis lift
progress.All Isaiah high *
is a percentage Employment freezes, out- Department, eight
echelons will this '
reduction in the Washington placement efforts and other requirement give priority received 30-year pins from truck operator; and j
measures will be utilized in orderto necessary Capt. John Kincaid. Claxton Durham in order to assure ac
CHAMPUS Explains minimize personal hardshipsin complishment. warehouseman. I
They are Charles
reaching specified ceilings.
Rejected Claims The degree of the freeze is left Hawkins, supervisory Charles Hammond, a i

to the discretion of major property disposal retired Navy chief, .|

CHAMPUS fiscal administrators claimants and will be varied with specialist; Julius Blount, received his 30-year pin I
thousands of claims the magnitude of the required from William B.
reject stockman;. Gilbert Moore, Capt. J
each month because the annual reduction.If Hull.'t;
systems analyst
supply ;
outpatient deductible has not it is clear that attrition and

been met.Officials. other measures will not accomplish 1:11:

of the Civilian Health the required drawdown, f1
and Medical: Program of the other necessary reductions in 1ncomeTax&turns$5 \ !
Uniformed Services (CHAM- force will be started as early: as
PUS) are reminding beneficiaries practicable to prevent con- ,
that they can help preventthe centration of layoffs at the end of
rejection of these claims and the fiscal year.Specified A
tp
expedite processing and payment PLUS
by accumulating enough ceilings will con- 8>DJo ,
bills and receipts for outpatientcare stitute an absolute limit on the C.1IIfI'1t.. 'csiw F1un1191)I .

to satisfy the $50 individualor total employment for March 31 I HATE TO MY TVB3 FELLOWS.BUT.CM. SUCPVi :, '!
$100 family deductible before
submitting their first claim each "bistantlax!

fiscal year. It is not necessary
that these bills he first paid be-
nun ill it*
fore being used to satisfy the
outpatient deductible. An itemized -
MILITARY-AUTOMOBILE
hill reflecting a legal obli- Refund"i

gation to pay is sufficient.As 11 III i* ,
soon as sufficient chargesare i

incurred, the beneficiary 4
should complete his portion of MILITARY CIVILIAN Plan "
the claim form and send the -
form with the itemized bills or lOW RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN

receipts to the state fiscal ad- :::::::::::.:::.:.:.:.::::::::::::: :.:.::::::::::::::: :;:;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,
ministrator, who will issue a deductible "j!
AMERICAN MAYPORTINSURANCE 4
certificate. After the

deductible is satisfied, beneficiaries AGENCY INSURANCE AGENCY"TWO Beneficial Finance offers a complete tax preparation -

claims are every encouraged two to or submit three ::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Refund"service Plan.including its famous "Instant Tat'.:1

months,or more frequently when OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU" ( If you have a refund coming,you don't ) '\"
tho value of the receipts or Formerly Continental Insurance Underwriters ) have to wait weeks for a Government
Itemized statements exceeds $25 \ check. The instant you qualify for a loan,} ,i
to $:a{(), 6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD 2790 MAYPORT ROAD I Beneficial will lend you the equivalent .t

Legislation I I l establishing (Near NAS) (Near NS) V of your refund,in cash,instantly I ''

CHAMPUS.: requires program Phone 388-7676 Phone 249.5649 Beneficial Income Tax Service is set up especiallyfor ""
beneficiaries to meet a deduct! the typical American family. Your tax return ':
hie each fiscal year Information is calculated and triplecheckedfor ". il
the lowest"tax by one of America's mOlt. 4
modern computer services. ;
l
,OPEN: Even if you don't have Beneficial prepare your ." 1
: return,you can.still qualify for a Beneficial L
1-6 P.M. DAILY CLOSED "Instant Tax Refund" Loan. Just call up or."
8-6 SAT. MONDAY come in! Remember: you're good for more at .: :
SUNDAYHOLIDAYS Beneficial. Offices everywhere. Open all year. c
Act now. Avoid the rush! ,t



o Cycleback Park Beneficial .


IncomeTaxService
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1,000 ACRES OFF-ROAD RIDING .
( 0 14 MILES OF CYCLE TRAILS A&,Tlce of the BtIt.ddlJuaceSp" ,, 't

BRING YOUR OWN MOTOR OR RENT OURS 4 r
LOANS UP TO $600
FREE, PICNIC AREA "
SPECIAL MINI BIKE AREA Btntftctal Finance Co.Jacksonville .
5OS9 NORMAN DY BLVD. PHONE 384. S9S
DIRECTIONS; Out Atlantic Blvd.to Blinking Light at San 5635 ROOSEVELT BLVD.VcNETIA VILLAGE SHOP.CTR. ,..I
Next to Wlnn Dixie Phone 384-9374
I Pablo Road, Left Vj Mlle. PHONE 249-9565 5 other Beneficial offices serve the Jacksonville Area
See phone. book white pages for nearest office t
1972.Beneficial Coipontfoa

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Wage Change Survey 1 Jax Civilian Menu I



Ordered By DoDJax I Cup, Plain Jello, Plain Cottage Mashed Potatoes, Rice, French
Following is the Civilian Fried Potatoes
Jax Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Blackeyes,
menu for the week of Jan. 24-28: Fruit Jello, Kidney Bean Salad, Cabbage, String Beans.
This command has been The purpose of a wage change Monday,Jan.24 Health Salad, Combination Salad, Tossed
advised by the Department of survey is to update the findings of Tomato Soup, Baked Chicken Apple Pie, Pineapple Cream Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
Defense Wage Fixing Authoritythat a full scale survey, using the and Dressing, Spaghetti with Pie, Boston Cream Pie, Assorted Cup, Plain Jello Plain Cottage
a wage change survey of the same employees, occupations, Meat Sauce, Corn Beef Hash, 7 Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese,
Jacksonville wage area was establishments and weights of oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Pudding.Wednesday,Jan.26 Fruit Jello, Crab Salad,
ordered to commence Jan. 13. establishments used in the last Rice and Vegetable Soup, Baked Cucumber Mix.Chocola .
Mashed Potatoes,
New Cooordinated Federal full scale survey.Informa.tion Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Meatloaf with Creole Sauce, Beef te Pie, Apple Pie,
Wage System schedules, will be covering payadjustments Spinach, Pinto Beans, Corn. Stew with Rice, Chicken Ala King Bread Pudding, Assorted Pud-
effective March 19 for Depart- of general ap- Combination Salad, Tossed with Toast, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin ding.
plication since the last full scale
ment of Defense activities in this
is obtained from each Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Fish. Friday,Jan.28
area. survey Mashed Potatoes, Rice, French Crab Gumbo Trout
establishment which participatedin Cup, Plain Jello, Plain Cottage Almon-
The local Wage Survey Com- the preceding full scale survey. Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Fried Potatoes, Peas, Lima dine, Stuffed Bell Peppers with
mittee, chaired by Dominic Weighted average increasesare Fruit Jello, Potato Salad, Beans, Greens.Combination. Creole Sauc, Chili and Rice, 7 oz.
Worsowicz is now preparing to computed for each survey job Waldorf Salad. Salad, Tossed Chopped Sirloin, Fish.
conduct the survey under the and added to the preceding Apple Pie, Cocoanut Cream Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Mashed Potatoes, Rice,French
provisions of the Civil Service survey weighted average rates to Pie, Assorted Pudding Banana Cup, Plain Jello, Plain Cottage Fried Potatoes, Stewed
Commission Coordinated obtain the new survey job rate Pudding. Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Tomatoes, Macaroni and Cheese,
Federal Wage System. averages. Tuesday,Jan.25 Fruit Jello, Carrot and Raisins, Mustard Greens.Combination .
l Split Pea Soup, Roast Beef Stuffed Eggs. Salad, Tossed
' Round with New Potatoes, Sweet Potato Pie, Apple Pie, Salad. Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
New
I NAGI OfficersFrank I Barbeque Pork on Buns, Franks Chocolate Cake, Assorted Cup, Plain J ello, Plain Cottage

and Cabbage, 7 oz. Chopped Pudding. Cheese* Fruit Cottage Cheese,
H.Gicalone of Narf was President, Ernest S. House as Sirloin, Fish.Mashed Thursday,Jan.27 Fruit Jello,' Deluxe: Cole) Slaw,
installed Saturday as President Secretary, Norman E.: Vertican, Potatoes, Rice, French Chicken Noodle Soup, Basket of Tuna Fish Salad:
of Unit No. 1 of the National Jr. as Treasurer and Vernon Fried Potatoes, String Beans;;"' Beef with Cabbage, Ham and Custard
Egg Strawberry
Association of Government Inspectors Graham as Sergeant At Arms.
Okra and Tomatoes, Blackeyes. Macaroni, Shortcake, Apple Pie, Assorted
and Quality Assurance Combination Salad, Tossed Liver and Onions 7 oz. Chopped
Personnel. NAGI is one of the few Fish. Pudding.
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Sirloin, "
Other officers included organizations enjoying exclusive t' >vI"T nay yO*'! I

Francis M O'Laughlin$ as Vice recognition at NARF.' Merit PromotionsThey &

VjJ/ W"V

Jax .. The following Merit are also encouraged to
GloucesterJ..partments Promotion Announcements were contact the Employment Office,
2 issued this week: Ext. 3448, or the Rating Branch,
Supervisory Firefighter Ext. 2320, Employment Division,
(Structural), GS-081-6 (2-72)) Civilian Personnel Department,
Supervisory Firefighter to inquire about positions l in

(Airfield), GS-081-6, ((3-72))' which they interested.. .
2-3-4 BEDROOM Crater and Packer, Leader; The continued interest of all
WASHER AND DRYER HOOK-UPS WL-8 (472)Employees employees in the Merit
are urged to look Promotion is ,
Largest Apartments in Jacksonville program en- t.
for the Merit Promotion An- couraged. A
4'15 BAYMEADOWS ROAD PHONE7372723Onlyl5Min.fromNAS.JAX nouncements on the official
( ) OSt* bulletin boards in their work Almost every week there are WOUU VtJU! 03 MUD RUNNIMS [DOWN TOTHt
areas at least once"a week. new opportunities for promotion. MMJ SHOP AW 6TTTW6 US A COUPlf
.0*HAMBURGERS WHEN VW FlHfcH..
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Living Allowances May Increase IH


Thousands of men and womenin Increase of allowances as the
To the of Rise the U.S. Armed Forces over. result of normal cost of living
wetness
prove seas will.soon be receiving Increases increases is not authorized, ac-
in their Housing and cording to officials.
this shaved Cost of Living i Allowances Appropriate increases in these
man (HOLA and COLA), along with allowances may be made retro-
increases in travel per diem allowances actively, effective to such a dateas
without (TLA) as a result ofa is equitable to both the mem-
using any water. : dent's recent Cost decision of by the Presi- ber and the Government, but
Living Council.
not
prior to August 15, a
.
:, The Council concluded that allowances spokesman said.

And he actually got a smooth, Slowly it seeps moisture into your ..- may be increased The amount of increase will
clean shave. beard and holds it there for as long as '"''( where the value of U.S. cur vary from place to place, de-
The reason he got such a clean it takes you to shave. \r, rency t has dropped in relationto pending upon a number of fac-
r shave is the moisture in Rise? The point we're trying to local currencies. tors, officials caution.

A lather needs moisture,needs prove is this: Ji .'

wetness,so your beard won't dry out If our man can get a smooth, "'

s beneath it.And. clean shave using Rise with no water, ,\, 'I' SERVICEMEN:
,J. you can't buy a lather imagine what you can do using ,.;', '"
that's wetter than Rise. Rise with water. '

Handy loans
ii 1..I..i.oHi.t.d irodMWft Gn.r-W&loc.,Inc. .


from offices that


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'I! 6475 Roosevelt Blvd. 1> ,3144461;'
'0242 Atlantic Blvd. ,'.- ..'*;:: *?'721-3030

2200 Mayport Rd.Atlantic Bch., 246-6456
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= Leave money, a .... '.,

purchase, combine \

other bills..what- -

ever the need..for up

to $600 lust call

friendly! Bob Adams.


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from instructing his Gasoline Engine course at NAMTD as LCdr.J.R. fields, Aviation, Seaman, Reynolds added four more,years to his enlistment.
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Commanding Officer's Statement .

I Without advertising


On Equal Employment OpportunityIt you wouldn't know.


is a policy of this command to training and
fully understand
counseling, are designated to
provide equal opportunity in appreciate and prosecute the serve this station and any tenant
employment for all persons; to qual! employment opportunity activities who do not have
prohibit discrimination because program counselors.. Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-JO p.m.
of race, color, religion, sex, or Employees have a respon-
national origin and to D PICK-UP & DELIVERY
; promotethe sibility to enhance their Two trained investigators have
full realization of equal opportunity qualifications and compete for also been appointed to conduct O ROAD SERVICED
in employment througha available promotions. The
appearance equal employment opportunity
MECHANIC ON DUTY
continuing positive program in of any inequities should investigations at other activitiesnot
each department. be discussed with supervisory under my jurisdiction.Any Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
Equal opportunity is an personnel, members of the Equal
essential part of every personnel Employment Opportunity
action and practice in employees or applicantsfor BOB'S OAK HILL
em- Committee or an Equal Em employment who consider
ployment, development, ad ployment Opportunity Counselor. they were discriminated against
vancement, and treatment of The Civilian Personnel Officer '
because of race, religion, color,
civilian employees and military and the Equal
Employment
national in
sex, or origin, connection -
personnel aboard the station. Opportunity Coordinator shall with employment,
The head of each SERVICE CENTER
departmenthas
provide assistance'ahd'guidance
promotion, training, recruit-
established, and maintains a to Department Heads and, employees ment; selection, layoff or MgMMMMMHMMMMffiMBOTSK WV -- .
positive program of equal op- in the vigorous per- discharge, job assignment, or 103rd&Jammes Rood Phone 771-9156
portunity for all personnel within petuation of equal opportunity for other employment matters
his jurisdiction, including applicants employees and applicants for should discuss the circumstanceswith
for employment. employment to assure that an Equal Employment
It is his responsibility to ensure personnel actions in fact .
carry Opportunity Counselor.If ; : : .". <. $'" $'
that the present skills of each out the objective of equal opportunity -
employee are used to the for all persons.
maximum the matter is not resolved, a AMIGOPIZANORESTAURANT
extent
; possible/ They will review and evaluate
provide maxii m p'factJea.bleropportunity 'department equal opportunity written complaint may be filed
to aireifrployejes! .to' operations) obtain such reportsas directly with me and should be
addressed to the
increase their skills to perform at may be necessary, and report Qual Employment
their highest potentlal' land! -advance to me our overall progress. Opportunity Officer, Y
according :,(ij'i; ,';|heir Provisions for the prompt, fair, Captain Jmn R. Kincaid, I
NAS Jacksonville
Building 1, ,
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abilities; to assure tha subordinate :and impartial consideration of all S AMERICAN
managers and supervisors complaints of discrimination onthe These complaints will be fully L ... ;+ 2 LUNCHES

receive adequate guidance, and .basis'of race, color.'religion, investigated.Additional information be l OR MEXICAN
'sex,, and' national ,origin' have may -c4 & ITALIAN MENUNOW
obtained from official bulletin
been instituted. These
provisions
boards which contain .r
Depart
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Traffic provide for resolution of the
problems'. of employees and ment of the Navy Equal Employment
Opportunity Policy
,applicants through precomplaint: OPENFOR
counseling. Poster, NAVSO P-2411, or
ViolationsJaxThe
Impartial investigation of from Mr. James I. Bellinger, Jr.,
.
formal complaints' by an in- Equal Employment Opportunity LUNCH
following is a reportof vestigator from another activity Coordinator, Civilian Personnel
motor vehicle accidents and is,also provided for with further Department, Building 907, Room
traffic violations for the period of opportunity for informal 225-H. Extension 3255.. ',. SPECIAL EVERY DAY I
89
January 3.9.Number. resolution ,on completion,.of the I enjoin. each of you' to ;1
of Accidents
investigation.The .I
vigorously with determination,
; '
This period 8 .is also afforded
complainant enhance your .qualifications i 'for TACOS $2
This period a year ago 5 the opportunity for a advancement. CAN EAT
Total accidents this year 8 hearing before a third-party EVERYMONDAY THRU FRIDAY .
Total accidents through this Equal Employment Opportunity I insist that'my managers, at 2PM. TIL4P.M.ONLY ",'
period last year 8 Appeals Examiner who is all levels, do 'their very best to ,"J'" .
Total number of days since last trained and certified by the Civil ensure equal opportunity for
injury in a motor vehicle accident Service Commission, and who is ALL.. OPEN-MONDAY THRU THURSDAY: 9:30A.M..10:00: P.M.

198 not an employee of DOD. Three FRIDAY: TIL MIDNIGHT
Number of days since an injury Equal Employment Opportunity SIGNED; Capt. John R. Kin- SATURDAY: 5:00 P.M. TIL MIDNIGHT
last year at this time 114 Counselors, trained in equal caid; SUNDAY: CLOSED ALL DAY!

Number of Violations employment opportunity CO,.NAS Jax
This period 34
Speeding 9
Reckless driving 0

Going through stop sign 9 .
Other violations 16

Thirty-one drivers appeared .. ,
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon : ; S-' CIVILIAN
January 13. Disposition of the .
cases included the following:
Twenty lost driving and .o '

parking privileges aboard the
station for various periods; nine
were assigned to complete an : EMPLOYEES !

eight-hour course in remedial
received
driving; twenty-three

warnings suspensions; one; four was were dismissed given; '=Tj ...save that pay raise before you spend it!

six were fined (U.S. Magistrate); -
'and two were referred to com ::- Begin your payroll deduction for savings

manding officer for possible = today, or increase your present payroll
disciplinary action. deduction.
Eleven drivers were assessed r ?wEiiiiarrrq; rr... L

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I ,:, Motorcycle Defensive Driving Course: ;1 1by

i ii II IIIilli 'Ml'' "Hi ''I''ill'' I III nIMuBmil

JOSN John Doose related injuries. In the by Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt

calendar year 1970, there expressing his concern A
Jax "In calendar year were 54 motorcycle crash about the quoted statisticsand
1971 there was a dramatic deaths and 560 injuries. asking all bases and
increase in the number of Navy-wide statistics show installations with
Naval personnel killed, that motorcycle crashes motorcycle riders to
maimed and injured in account for almost 25 develope a Motorcycle
motorcycle crashes. As of percent of the deaths due Defensive Driving Course.
December 31, 1971, a totalof to all types of motor NAS Jacksonville shares
75 Navy men were vehicle crashes." Adm. Zumwalt's concern
motorcycle fatality The above paragraphwas and has been showing
statistics and over 800 men taken from a recent concern for motorcycle
received motorcycle NAVOP message released safety since 1970 when the
.
1 first motorcycle Defensive 'F 1
Driving Course was y X
established at NAS Jax.
AZ LtJ The first courses for

motorcyclists held at NAS
Jax were three hour
sessions and a total of 152

men attended during the (!
course of the year.
The first 'Motorcycle-!
Defensive Driving Course
1 1p for 1972 was held last weekon
THIS MAN successfully completes one of the skill courses under the
January 12. It was a 61h
close scrutiny of some of the other NAS motorcyclists who also tested
hour course and 60 men
their skills on the,course. ,
attended.The .
course is taught by motorcycle safety is Office Motorcycle Safety :
AZ1 R.J. Lawson who shown. After the 'film, a Program instruct the
spent six months receiving discussion session follows riders on the purposes of
a+hw er' instruction on how to teach and soon after that a test is the courses and then 1
y the course and has 18 given to see how well supervise and offer hints /
years riding experience on everyone, has been as each cyclist tries his
motorcycles. He is listening.The skill on the course.A .
assisted by Mr. M.J. course emphasizes good indication of the 1
Grundig from the Security having a good attitude effectiveness of the :
Department.The towards driving and Defensive Driving Course
course consists of a towards drivers of cars might be the statistics for
OFFICER CARTER AND All Lawson (to right of cyclist) watch a .lecture 'session during who are often the main accidents involving NAS j
cyclist as he enters the toughest part of one of the skill courses. which a one,hour film on cause of most motorcycle cyclists during 1971.
accidents. The course also ,During! 1971, only 11
emphasizes the use of good cyclists, out of the 500 I
common sense which is registered on base in 1971
NOW PLAYING for a LimitedEngagement often all that is needed to (as compared to 613. in \

... prevent an accident. 1972)), were involved in
After the morning accidents and none of
PIRATES TAVERNTOMMY
lecture, film and test them received serious
session the cyclists all injuries. '
mount their bikes and rideto Statistics show that the
a special skill course set majority of motorcycle
'. up on NAS especially for crashes' involve cyclistswho
mototcyclists.Two have less than one
courses are set up year cycling experienceCont.
and Officers from' the

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iII II Gives that the first CyclistsAnd si* Safe Driving- Tips .. : 'iI I 1a ... > "


1' months of cycle operationis ) d. IAI )

a most critical period. "A

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been riding a bike for over t O ,,
: a year that you won't have ti i .I...
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cycle rider here, at NAS ,,r t I
Jax, it might be beneficial e.f

for you to attend the ,. '. "Fischer, this is the Master- /
; course. But just in case At-Arms What's brown, :'
has black collar brown ,
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don't think you'll learn j
you big sharp teeth and was in
I anything from it, the your room in violation of station ; :
is mandatory for all ... M ti .k t "t ..A regulations '1
course .a. ( t e .x
(Cartoon by Chief Stan Budge
NAS cyclists who want to f T A.E1 in the GOSPORT, Naval Air I

keep bringing their bikes. Station, Pensacola, Fla.) ,
on base: OFFICER GLENN CARTER j
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If you are interested in Office Motorcycle Safety :
/'he Rolling/ Hills C-J 2 u
attending keep your eye on Program explains the purpose of I
the POD or call Ext. 2665 the skill courses to some of the 60 lot, I Iuw
for additional men who attended last weeks ) \" i,' ', rX"'f 1.M :
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the American Revolution bicentennial to see that thenation'a
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JACKSONVILLE HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION!
nounced the opening of four regional for every American, Mahoney
offices that will i 1 coordinate said
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for the commemoration of

the nation's four regional 200th anniversary.The offices, Atlanta .- MOBILE HOME BUYERS !

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be established throughout the THERE MUST BE A REASON WHY WE SELL-TO SO MANY VA s
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the.anniversary celebration\\
be representative of the aspira- INTEGRITY SINCERITY
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BOWLING Standings: VA-174 used a well balanced r r
Boozers 28 7th scoring attack and the strong
American League: High series Coarsehairs 26 10 play of Moll on the boards to
games for the evening went to A.Ioo 21 15 down a determined Marine five Standards ProposedThe
Chick Chirchello with a 629-216, Screwballs 20 16 49 29.
190, 223, Jay Bongren 587.203, Marines 20 16 Moll scored 13 points and L.
222; Dale Howard 581.210 and El Scavengers 18 18 Jackson 10 to lead the 'liellrazor'scorers. Department *)f Trail"portation The Safety Bureau stated
214; Bob Samu 542-187-200; Dave Cohn's Calamities 17 19 Webb was high for the is attempting to that research: studies indi-
Silver 526.202,181; Mark Bryant Dizzy Dinks 151,1 201,1 Marines with 18. estnh'ish! standards to limit rnto there is a direct relationship
523-174,192; Arlie BlountSl 170, VA-37-Dropped out of leagueBASKETBALL the maximum speed) of motor between severity of
193; Little John Skidmore 513 Homer Jones'AMD squad vehicles and' to deter excessive injury mid vehicle speed,
175,173; Jim Eytheson; 510, 177, eased past their AMD Power speed by a driver warn with fatality rates markedly
186; Zip Szybka 506195 and Bill Plants allies 47- 41. Johnson with ing system. The Depart- increasing! ns speed reach
Alexander 504-193.173. 17 points and Severns with 14 led ment's National Highway 80 miles' per hour.
Cohn's Calamities showed AMD nipped VA-82,48 46 on a all AMD Scorers. Meldrum had Safety Bureau has proposed
great poise under extreme jump shot by Jack Severns with 12 for Power Plants. a new Federal Motor Ve- Speed Chance of
pressure as they came through two seconds remaining in the VA81's'premier guard, Mike hicle Safety Standard called (mph) being killed
with a rousing 910, 911 and 870 fora game, in fact the buzzer sounded Luchi hit the nets for 27 points in "High peed Warning. and 0-10 "" lin 1,373
new team high. P. S. The opposing ending regulation play while the leading VA-81 to an easy 69.42 Control" 11-20 lin9C3
team failed to show up ball was in the air. Severns led win over the rapidly improving t In addition to limiting the 21 O'1 in 310
that night. the maintenance crew's scoring VA-45quintet Kilts had 13 pointsfor maximum speed of motor, 31.40. 1 in 97
John Burke tossed a nifty 208 attack with 20 points while Love VA-45. The win kept the VA. vehicles and ptovidin. )'\"a ,- 41-50 r ')vnl"r,1"*'* ..1 in ',8,$'Jr
game and fuzzy cheeked Keith pumped in 10 counters; Al Brownof 81 winning streak .,alive '- they warning 'syfcteiri i""' the.1 pro- 51'< %O' ..,,,, 'h", 'iin'f'. ;
Kosse just missed the Big.Three VA-82led all scorers'with. a 23 have yet to taste defeat this tbtfyf: .YYfluld-alsouspecify- 0170 nr; o 'lID:1t': a
with' a 161-167-161.. point effort. .season*. ..- ..:* --,. a maximum'speed,16'.be Indicated 71.801n:) .
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Cdr USN (Ret.) I Vietnam, Hanoi Viet Namoooooooooooooooo
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19S9GTO 1969FAIRLANE500I AlsoatOrange Park Feed Store 264-5172 DRAPES FURNISHED
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COLT PUBLISHING. Publisher COMPANY I _CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Drug Souvenirs Cause TroubleSometimes ... I


a "fun thing to do" he could be spending on his way

JAX AIR NEWS can lead) to a lot of fun. Or, a to his home or to his next duty
NAS Jacksonville CALL 388-2755 lot of trouble. station.

Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than Like, bringing( home an old But the pipes are not the only

LATWINGER: ;: Ads Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. "pot pipe" that you picked up things showing up in baggage.

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE = published!.arriving trie too following late for this week deadline unless will the be in Vietnam or at that little shopin Customs officials are findingand

.. publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or Bangkok. holding the owner for
I 5 C money order for the full cost of the ad must be Especially (if the pipe (is a further investigation such
.
4747 San Juan Avenue received WITH the, copy for the ad. "used" model. Whether you small things! as marijuana seeds,

I RATE minimum used. It or not makes no differences cigarettes! with marijuana in
chirg.(3lines( /
)
Jacksonville Florida $2.00
: Per additional line((4 words per line) .50 to the men and women of the tobacco, Demarol] and Dar-
the Bureau of Customs who vun, and amphetamine pills in

daily go through military baggage all shapes and sizes.

hU and find these little pot
----- # I And! roach holders.
pipes with traces of the drug
CASH Now a small thing like a
still in the bowl.
EMPLOYMENTNAVY We buy,.sell and trade equities. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK roach holder might seem like a
Louise T. Bailey 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean, modern When that happens, the.own good souvenir to bring home,
WIVESt 771.3605 Broker trailers and apts. 3893077. er of the pipe suddenly' finds but it arouses the suspicions of

your skills to work. Interesting ORANGE PARKM himself the center of a lot of the men and women dedicatedin
Islgnments for keypunches, typist, FHA-2)StYES H lot for rent Large, $35. 1 yr. attention. Attention which their fight against drugs of
eretary, dictaphone. operator, air.2 Lg.Separate BR, Big den workshop.central' 3871213.heating & lease. Ext. 3458 or 264.3157.TRAN5PORTATIQN. could keep him around the portof all types. And here again, some
erks, bookkeepers.IGH
debarkation for several days
PAY NO FEE Richard L. VanSandt Realtor souvenir-hunting military man
CALL NORRELL while all sorts of embarrassing will find himself! being asked to
396-5371 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION questions are asked. "Step into the office for a mo-
3 BR, Kit. equlpt., Ige.
paneled den,
Questions from the agents of ment, we have a few questionsto
fenced yd.,neat& clean. Conv. to NAS '65 RAMBLER AMBASSADOR
HELP WANTED.MALE -4 Cecil Field. FHA or VA terms. 4 dr, R&H, AT, AC, PWR, very the Bureau of Customs. Ques ask. v
for Fla. finest Mobil! Home
lark.anager 500 spaces. Opening toon. 5814 Moret Dr. E.LOUISE reliable trans., only $450. See Mr. tions from the military authorities. There are other things turning -
desired. T. BAILEY Wall, Rm. H8 NAMTRADETS during And, perhaps questions in the baggage of military
Blvd.
each Eng. type Top 771-3605 Broker duty'ITS., or call 786-2794, Ext 48 after up
iy. perm. position. NYSE Co.eply 5 PM!( from other government agencies men. Like firearms.\ A
: 106 Wlllowlck Dr., Decatur, UNBELIEVABLE concerned with halting the importation good rifle is a useful item to
a. 30034. 3 BR, 2 S, den, central heating 8. air VESPA SCOOTER of drugs and drug-re have in Vietnam, but when one
Completely furnished, Base or school transportation, $ISO
washer.
PART-TIME.MENo Fenced yard with lawn mower. $200 Including helmet-vKor. CDR. Smith, lated items into the United turns up in hold baggage, it
wash trucks, Sat. Sun. and mo. 3894506.: Cecil Field, Ext. 109110. States. becomes the object of much In.

venings. Good pay for good workers.all FLORIDA STATEWIDE REALTY VOLKSWAGENS Seizure reports show that in terest. And the guy who walksup
all 4641 after 6 PM.MISCELLANEOUS.
5055 San Juan AvenueRENTALS 100 PERCENT GUARANTEED recent months the small pot to claim the baggage sud-

USED DOMESTICS pipes are near the top of the denly' finds himself on "renter

100 PERCENTGUARANTEED list of items which are confiscated stage."
Financing and full insurance
coverage from military baggage. So if interestedin
also ,available. JOHN you're really
ROOM FOR RENT JOHN JENKINS USMC Ret. Some of the pipes which have souvenirs, stick to the perfumes
A RECORDEDMESSAGE BY A Run of the house. Kitchen privileges. Office 725.0911 Res 264-4214 been seized have heroin residue or the ivory carvings,
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells 5930 LaMoya Ave. Across from in the bowl, some have or some of that lovely THai silk.
you how you may become a I NEED TO SELLQUICKLYIVery -
K-Mart. Off Wesconnett.
DISC JOCKEY good deal, '67 Olds Vista CruiserSta. traces of marijuana, and some If you do, the only question ]
Call3SS2944anynourVAAPPROVED ORANGE PARK Wag. 9 passenger, air, white. are just suspicious looking you'll) have to answer is: "Is I
2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dishwasher LCdr Camilo; A. Nabias (Argentine enough to get the owner held this your baggage, its been
For Veterans and servicemen Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth Navy). Phone' 772.7349 or 771.3211, up for a couple of hours. Hours cleared."
Apts. 771-1405 or 7713355. Ext. 519.
GEORGE'S KENNELS
Est 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. BEING TRANSFERRED? 1968 CADILLAC CONV.

Pick up & Delivery Available.. Let a retired Navy man who understands Met.blue,full power,AC 33,000 miles. We Offer the Largest Selection of
Grooming, Defining & Bathing. YOUR problems managethe Bal.of fact. war.,assume bal, of loan. _

Mastercharge accepted. Visitors& BankAmerlcard welcome. 5085 return rental to JalC.Bartleson of. your house until you Call Sandy Gordon, 7373000I 24'' WIDE Mobile Homes in N. Florida!

Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. O'Neill 8, Payne, Inc. AM LEAVING THE COUNTRY TOO We also represent 27 Manufactuers of 12' wide models.We .
1147 So. Cdgewood Ave.
kEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO 3889311FORRENT'OAKHILL '66 FORD FAIRLANE V-8, Red, 2 dr.,
Trade
Consoles, some with AM-FM tape Air, LT. (Argentine Navy( ) Jorge for Anything Most All Models and
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate Troitmo 771.4568 or 771-3211 Ext. 519. From Billie Goats Floor Plans IN STOCK!
stock. Full warrantyl! Phone 771-0409. FurniS' ed 3 BR, I'/j' B, $195.00. Call to Battleships!
Mr Stewart. 396.4087. See US TODAY
FOR SALE
Edlebrock aluminum high riser, Holly FOR RENT For complete selection!

765 dual seed carb. Duntov cam with 2 BR t'ouse. also 3 BR house, needs VA Bank Savings and Loan
solid lifters. $100. or best offer. 772- repair 772.1555
1255. o. Long TermFinancing

CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS R_ 't lART

2-1971 Singer Zig Zags Sewing MOBILE,HOMES
Machines-left unclaimed. $64 ea. Cashor
Terms. Call 737-6502 night or day. r 'SPECIAL
Ask for Claims Mgr. 1971 PARKWOOD > DISCOUNTS

12x60 2 BR Spanish Style, 387-2304 eve. rto MILITARY and CIVIL SERVICE Personnel
LIVE CRABS .
=
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Wllford's Fish Camp VA FINANCINGNo ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES
264-9707 money down on New Star Mobile XM'
Home. Ask for Ted or Bob. !,.v-
HEATING B& J Mobile Homes *\f4i'YAFAT6O! I'M AKtN6,4.SURveY BACK AT 6263 ROOSEVELT BLVD., OUR ORIGINAL LOCATION

Central Furnaces, Wall Furnaces, 3738 Philips Hwy. ON WHATT" TAKES T& "
SERGLANTTO BlOW HIS ToP
Space Heaters Clean and repaired. 38-8926 GeT A
Tyler's Heating& Air Cond.
388-5161
4711 Palmer- Lake StloreREAL."ESTATE



DISCOUNTS 11 2 for I I

WE REPRESENT MANYof
the Navy Personnel Interested
purchase of land for future use or r :
profit. Also homes of value, FHA. or
VA financed, In all sections of city.
Please contact Tom Brooker, US 1,
Navy Retired your Interested t } ?
protected. "
i. r Arthur Fulmer 1T97
WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA, \: ,
INC. Helmets _
Realtors 400-18 Carlisle $1097 For service personnel and their guests

189-5514 771-2012 Motor Cycle Tires a 2.for i coyer charge ticket for the

WE BUY & SELL EQUITIESCall big star shows in The Terrace Room Supper

us for quick service. FIBERGLASS BELTS 21.86 to 29.76 Club of The Thuriderbird Motor Hotel

Morrison I.Taylor,Inc. Available for second (hows, Sunday (when
771-3502,4543 Wetconnett Blvd.7)7-38 4 PLY NYLON 650-13 $10.50 openthrough) Thursday

HEAVY DUTY 4-PLY From 1 2.95to Pick up tickets at Special Services
HIDDEN WATERS
.
Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots 'POLYESTER or NYLON 21.78
available. Excellent fishing, boating, ...... ...... .. .. ... ... .. ... .. . .
swimming. Mobile Home area. High, DISCOUNT SPEED EQUIPMENT ''
wooded lots. E-Z terms. One milt E. ROCKET RACING WHEELS .INTERNATIONAL.CRAGAR ; ". :t. THE TERRACE ROOM
Lake As GABRIELHUACKERAIRSHOCKSF6014
KEYSTONEMAGS.
3992. JOHNNIE RAY, Nowthru Feb.
Jetson Raised White Letter Fiberglas Belted J2.M
NEW HOMES THE EXECUTIVES, Feb.2-7
3 & 4 BR, 2 batiis Built-in-Range. THIS TIRE CARRIES A NO CHARGE REPLACEMENT FOR ANY ,. ., PATTIPAGEFeb.ll.l9Thunderbird"
Cent Heat Prices from S1S.300 up. TIRE FAILURE WITHIN FIRST 50 PERCENT OF TREAD WEAR. -'s:, .

FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy.Fdw *ffSZSWSW''"'"' "-' "'" ""W .... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .... .. ... ..
O. Lyon Broker, 3845354. All prices

MHTIRE plus tax .

PRESCOTT,ARIZONA
Offers best climate In' the state. DIVISION J IOCA1 IONTOSfcRvf > ...
Historic old ranch developed Into 2. YOU
acre homesltes near Prescott 5856 ARLINGTON EXPRESSWAY.PHONE 7243410IA. ,
National Forest. Two acres: $1995 VONDAY THRO SATURDAY *
low terms. For full details write Mrs. ? ...... .. ...... .. ... i... ... .........
A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 S409 ROOSEVELT BLVD PHONE 388656
North 7th St., Phoenix 85006.




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Unemployment, Cause Attacked

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", One of the root cause of "un- For some: time! the agency
employment among recently has been promoting education
dkcharped Vietnam veteran is and OJT ax one means of producing *
being attacked 1 in a cooperative opportunities for Vietnam
program of the Veteran Administration \'('tlmlltThis latest plan I
and the Departmentof enables VA to more effectively I

Labor. identify veterans, especially
I, high school dropouts, who are" in
Unemployment is highest, recent -
need of need
jobs, or may some
reveal the
,
surveys among
additional schooling to qualifyfor
undereducated, so VA is urging }
unemployed Vietnam veteransto employment.
Finding jobs is not
a primary
: go to school under the J.I.: .
responsibility of VA, but the
Hill for schooling or training .
helpful in obtaining employ- agency helps in any way it can, ;

ment. Veterans receive monthly leader it was in pointed hiring out.veterans It also under is a ; 4

,: checks G.I. Hill.while enrolled under' the the Veterans Readjustment Appointment ; ., (

Authority, and has
The plan worked out with the employed 5,000 .young veterans
Department of Labor providesthat since 1968.
A ia :
,
,
state employment security In addition. VA field specialists r' fr
agencies give VA the names, ad found jobs for 15,000() veterans 'SIl
dresses and phone numbers of in fiscal year 1971, and
veterans who have drawn unemployment for about 45,000) veterans since
compensation for 19G8.
13 weeks or longer.
Other job-assisting activitiesare
Then VA, through its 72 Vet- carried out through the
erans Assistance Centers and agency's "Outreach Program,"

other facilities, wilt contact the job marts, job hanks, jolt coun- L h /.
veteran to encourage him to go seling, job interview1classes' /,; and
to school or take on-the-job cooperative programming with
training (OJT) under the G.I. the President's National Com-
Dill. mittee on Jobs for Veterans.

One of our graduates walked on the moon, We offer members of the U.S. Armed

26th AnniversaryFor and another is on his way-239,000 miles Forces more than 600 courses like these leadIng .

straight up. If aeronautics doesn't interest to graduate degrees In science, engineer

I' you, what about two weeks at the North Pole ing and management. Wherever you want to

FRA .Branch 91Jax studying .polar oceanography? go, we can help you get there.

The sky is not the limit.

Members of Branch 91, Tickets may be purchased .Ilra..Or11...taelw ................... We'll help you r.achthe.tarsl!
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Fleet Reserve Association, 5391 through Branch 91 members; at y
Collins Rd., will celebrate the the Branch on Collins Rd., or : Drive an Naval PostgraduateSchool

Anniversary of the establish- arranged for by calling 264-9166 U OBI'SDATSUN'(I. :
ment of the Branch Saturday.All 264-2833 or 7711892. : I
Then Decide
members and their guests Branch 91 is the oldest Nor- rrb.,1. :
have been cordially invited to -' .
theast Florida Fleet Reserve --- MONTEREY
attend the festivities at the r ,
Association Branch, and also the
Collins Road Branch Home. largest. J CALIFORNIA 93940
The celebration will begin with : 240.2 L .
cocktails at 7 p.m. and will be Several charter members of DflUun-.Wagon... ,
followed by a buffet dinner and the Branch and military officials ... Ii. r
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dancing until'2 a.m. in the area have been invited as Ob ..
Donations for attendance is guests for the anniversary r r
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$2.50 per person. festivities. .
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I Pair Of Services Defined By VA : lacksoaille 24 HR .:


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: DATSUN CENTER a a.
COMPENSATION, the Vet- PENSION, on the other hand-, .
else ,
erans Administration explains, is paid on the basis of need to hour Everything convenient equal.ni"our will 24- .

is paid because of a disabilityor wartime veterans permanently i't Hucl er make the dilftrtnct. Semcihmq Spttiol .r
death that resulted from disabled from causes not trace- "we never close" .
military service. able to military service, or when r 7636 Atlantic Blvd. 725-7466 .
he dies of such causes.POLYESTER .

: Special Consideration Given Military Personnel : A.

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: ing only for fho treed w.m.n a pro-rota tharo of iSe' tithong price plus|
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Sailor Of The QuarterYN3 : Movie Schedule !..<.<

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Richard F. Modin was tour and ,
recently selected as VP-5's Sailor becoming immediately set about I
an
invaluable
of the quarter for January of the uMAD FOX" member Hi M H Ml ffl 1H JHfflRinimHilllflf HI W W M 1"
team .
March 1972 ,
the : Friday.Jan.21 Monday\ ,Jan. 24 ;
Modin joined squadron in
He Is serving with : NAS: "MY FAIR LADY" Color
December 1970 after a Vietnam VP-5 as NAS: "CHROME AND HOT
Classified Material Control and LEATHER" Color Cycle Drama, Musical Drama. Starring Rex j
Legal Yeoman and has per- Starring Bill Smith and Tony Harrison and Audrey Hepburn.
formed in an exemplary manner Young. UGP" VG (95 min.) fiG" E ((170 min.HOSPITAL .>
in these billets. xi > I HOSPITAL: "RAILWAY : "SEE NO EVIL"
1
To CHILDREN" Color Comedy Tuesday Jan.25
Insure
FOXES" -that the "MAD Drama, Starring Dinah Sheridanand NAS: "POINT OF TERROR"
of his receive the full benefit Bernard Cribbins. "G" E Color Horror, Starring Peter
services, YN3 Modin has (109 min.) Carpenter and Dyabbe Thorne.
sacrificed much of his free time Saturday Jan. 22 "R" F ((88 min.HOSPITAL .)
and even assumed the duties of NAS: "PLANET OF THE : "MY FAIR
the
Classified Material Control APES" Color Science Fiction LADY"
and Legal Officers when they i Drama. Starring Charlton Wednesday,Jan.26
were'unavailable because of their Heston, Kim Hunter and Roddy NAS: "SUMMERTREE"Color
flight duties.In McDowell. "GP" E (112 min.) Drama, Starring Michael
HOSPITAL: "CHROME AND Douglas and Brenda Vaccaro.
recognition of this selectionas irA.. HOT LEATHER" "GP" F (88 min.)
Sailor of the Quarter the v; $bh Sunday,Jan. Z3 HOSPITAL: "POINT OF .
Commanding Officer has NAS: "SEE NO EVIL" Color TERROR" 1l'' 4
authorized YN3 Modin 96 hours ) Suspense Drama, Starring Mia Thursday Jan.27
liberty on any weekend this nLICE Farrow and Dorothy Allison. NAS: "FRAGMENT OF

quarter, exemption from all is sometimes pain in the "GP" G (89 min.) FEAR" Color Suspense Drama,
watches in the month of neck, says Susanne Benton, who HOSPITAL: "PLANET OF Starring David Hemmings and
February, a specially designated recently appeared in a film THE APES" Gayle Hunnicutt "GP" G (94
parking space and a $25.00 called, -Coyer Me Babe. Who'll min.)
government savings bond. kinks volunteer to work out the

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I G. I. Bill Students Can Have Tutorseducation REGENCYTOYOTAAT RECENCY SQUARE

The Veterans Administration About 4,000 veterans received.
check the veteran receives 1.471! TOYOTA COROLLA SEDAN
reminded veterans studying under more than 60,000 hours of tutorial .
the G.I. Bill that they can help in connection with and are not chargeable BRAND NEW & FULL
hire a tutor at VA expense, if their'G.I. Bill educational stud to his basic entitlement, officials FACT. EQUIP.
needed, and still get the full,educational ies, VA reported today. pointed out.

allowance. If the veteran needs 7JCfhJ
tutoringto
VA officials noted that to be
eligible for this benefit (established pass a required course, VA P.O.E.
VA urged veterans interestedin
by the Veterans Education allows up to $50 monthly for a
and Training Act of 1970)), maximum of nine months to tutorial assistance or educa-
for it. tion benefits to contact their
the veteran must be enrolled pay
under the G.I. Bill above the nearest VA office, or local vet- 1445 ArlintonExpr 7213000II
jlway
high school level on a half timeor These tutorial fees are in addition erans service organization rep
more basis. to the regular monthly resentatives.




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Jtrj 1' Know Your State's Voting Laws \



: EDITOR'S NOTE: The -
l.l following is a continuation of NORTH CAROLINA do not have to register- in advance Armed Forces from Puerto SOUTH CAROLINA

i t this of an election. You will Rico, you must have sent in of the Armed Forces
information on how to vote in Member:
Registration is automatic for be registered when the oath on an FPCA before February 1,
t! year's elections. Registration members of the Armed Forces and their spouses may registerby
.
the ballot envelope is accepted.Be 1972, to request your registration -
state to mail at time to vote in
' from
any
't
requirements
vary and their
spouses when they apply sure to indicate your politi card. Be sure to indicate
r state. Information on voting for absentee ballot in South Carolina. To vote in the
an when .
cal party preference you your political party preference.The
election' set for June 13,
procedures in states other than North fflrolinn. FU *iirn In. apply for an absentee ballot for registration card itself must primary
1 those listed below can be found in dicate your political party pref. the May 23 primary election in be returned to the issuing office your request for registration-
I the Jan. 13 issue of the Jax Air erence 'when you apply. Use Oregon. not later than the first Sundayin must be in by May 13. He sure

t News. an FPCA to register and apply March of.each general elec. to indicate your political party
I for an absentee ballot for the PENNSYLVANIA: tion year. preference when applying for
I NEW JERSEY primary election in North Caro- registration. Use the FPCA to

New Jersey does not require lina on May 2, 1972. Members of the Armed Forces RHODE ISLAND register and Vote in South
and absentee -
may register request an Carolina.
registration for members of the
; Armed Forces and their spouses NORTH DAKOTA ballot-along with their
and So if spouses and dependents residing SOUTH DAKOTA
dependents. you plan Registration is not requiredfor with
them- is
or accompanying not
Registration
\ to vote in the Primary electionon any State or Federal election requiredfor Members of the Armed Forces
using the FPCA. Be
by sure to members of the Armed
June 6, send a completed in North Dakota. You may indicate and their spouses may apply for
political Forces for their and
your party or
FPCA to the county clerk, apply for an absentee ballot for when spouses registration at the same time
preference applying for dependents when residing outside
county of residence inew the primary election- set for they apply for an absentee bal-
registration. Register- and vote of Rhode Island. Use an
Jersey, for an absentee ballot. lot in South Dakota. De to
September 5, 1972, with an in sure
Pennsylvania's 25 FPCA
April primary to request your absentee
Be sure to indicate your politi FPCA or you may simply notifythe election. ballot in time to vote in the indicate your political party
cal party preference when ap County Auditor, county of preference. You may use an
September- 12 1972, primary
plying. residence, of your current mail PUERTO RICOIf election. Be ,sure to indicate FPCA to take part in the June
**> ing address and a ballot will he 6 primary election set for South
I NEW :MEXICO\ political party preference.
your
sent. De sure to indicate your you're a member of the Dakota. '
.
:Members\ of the Armed Forces political party preference. "

and their spouses and depend How To Fill Out An TENNESSEEMembers I I

ents must register to vote inNew 01110 : of the Armed Forces
:Mexico\ and your registration Registration is not
requiredfor and spouses and dependents residing -
must be received at least members of the Armed Absentee Ballot ReturnStandard with or accompanying

42 days before an election.- Use Forces and their spouses when ing them may register and request -

an FPCA to register and re- they use an absentee ballot. Use Form 76-commonly called the Federal an absentee ballot at any

quest a ballot. Be sure to indi- an FPCA to request this ballot Post Card Application, or FPCA-in a postagefreecard time by using a Federal Post

cate your political party preference. for the primary election at any which military personnel! can use to request registration C Application in Tennessee.

New Mexico's primary time up to three days before the or an absentee ballot. Check the laws of your Be sure to indicate your politi

r election is set for June 6 make election date of May 2, 1972. State to see how you can use the FPCA. The booklet, cal preference. Register now

t plans now to take part in it. Be sure to indicate your political "Voting Information 1972," haw the latest information, and vote in the August 3 pri-.

: ,\ NEW YORK party preference. State by State. mary election.

OKLAHOMA Properly completing the FPCA is an important stepin
i. Registration is automatic for
TEXAS
the of obtaining absentee
registering
or
process your
f members of the Armed Forces,
Members of the Armed Forces
t ballot. Shown below is a sample! of a properly com- Members of the Armed Forces
their and dependents,
spouses, their spouses, and dependentsare pleted FPCA (front and back views), along with some and their spouses and dependents
when application is made for an
not required to register in
suggestions on how to prepare your FPCA for yourState's may register for a specific
absentee ballot. There is no
Oklahoma when voting by the
voting by absentee process in absentee Send FPCAin primary election. election by applying for an absentee -

the Primary election in New at least process.30 days before an the Item (2) : For primary election, complete item 2 ballot with an FPCA in
unless State does not require such Texas. De sure to indicate
York State, however is is not too August 22, 1972 primary election your your
early to get ready for the No. requesting absentee information. Check it out in "Voting Information political party preference. Or,
your 1972." they register for all elec-
vember 7 General election. To ballot. Be to indicate may
sure your
request your ballot for the General -, political party preference. Item (5) : Make\ this address as complete an possi- tions by requesting an application -
election,' send an FPCA to ble. It will help election officials to determine .. .. form' from the County Tax '40"

the'Division for Servicemen's OREGON which ballots to send to you. Collector, county of residence, at

Voting, Office of the Secretary Members of the Armed Forces Item (6): This request is required by some States, any time'after January 1, 1972.
of State, 162 Washington Avenue Register and vote in the May 6
if .
and their spouses and dependents you are not registered. For details,
Albany, New York, 12225. primary election in Texas.. .
who are outside the U.S. see your voting representative.

.................__.. Item (7); You may use any address official or not.. UTAHIn
J ---.q' Use the current address where mail
,...... reaches you best. Utah, members of the

TIIE .. '. Item (9): You sign your name here, in the presenceof Armed Forces and their spouses
p t the who and dependents are automatically
person attests to (notarizes)
c /If2cOMI4h your signature. registered wheji they apply -
for an absentee ballot.. Be
t Item (11): Normally, any commissioned officer can
to indicate
sure your political
complete this section for you.
: party preference. You may use
; -Nautical Charts Outriggers Nautical Wear -*- In completing the card below, fill in the address of an FPCA. Send in your FPCA

Paints .Fish Boxes Burgee Jackets fZj the election official at your voting residence. See today and get ready to vote in
Hardware Shiis Table Wear IVIMUOI "Voting Information 1972," or your voting representa the September 12 primary elec-
*Repair Materials .Accessories .Other GoodiesWET tive.
tion in Utah.
STORAGE'MARINE HOIJTS'HULL SERVICE-YACHT BROKER Other Hints: Type or print legibly and use permanentink.
EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTBOARD. STERN DRIVE, INBOARD .
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS. MOTORS. CANOES rod TRAILERS VERMONT

SEGRAVES Members of the Armed Forces
J1 MARINA
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ROOSEVELT BLVD it ORTEGA RIVER from Vermont will be placedon
CCAPwmtl lUMJUmTCMt WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE REPAIR CENTERS the check list (registered)
Jacksonville llorida FOR SANSUIIN JAX
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when the affidavit on' the back
Pier M Frcnchited Marine Phone M?4M* OPEN SUNDAY
.. *< .'..0'j of the absentee ballot envelopeis
DUVAL AUTO accepted. Be sure to indicate

your political party preferencewhen

UNDER '2000 RADIO applying. Use an FPCCto
AGAIN SERVICEFactory apply for an absentee ballot

All Uncertainties Are New Removed and take part in the September'

12 primary election in Vermont.
KlfV.IMPORT SURCHARGE Authorized Service on all
makes of Radios and Stereos
WV/.EXCISE TAX (Continued Next Week)

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A Little Help 1 7rom Their FriendsJax

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The NAS Jacksonville Teen Club's activities
.A, have been suspended since last September as Lt

'R preparations for a new club were being made. The new

.ham', club is now nearing completion and is scheduled to openon
Friday, February 7.
The new Teen Club will be located at Bldg. 537. It will

have a ballroom with cocktail tables and a bandstand as

well as a Navy Exchange Snack Bar, a gameroom with

pool tables, ping pong tables and pinball machines and a
fenced in patio area with picnic tables. All of which
were made available through the efforts of the SeaBees
and many Self-Helpers.

Hours for the operation of the Teen Club will be

Fridays from 6 p.m. to midnight, Saturdays from 2 p.m.
to midnight and Sundays from 2 p.m. until 7 p.m. The
club will have a band every Saturday night and there
will be a jukebox for nights when there is no band.

Help is still needed though, before the Teen Club can
be considered complete. Adults are needed for
QUIET ON THE OUTSIDE Building 537, home of the new Teen chaperoning and planning special activities for the club.
Club was formerly used for NATTC Classes.
And of course, help is needed from the teenage t!',
dependents on NAS to make the club a complete success -
:

Teenagers who want to become members of the club

j=rte must be military dependents and must fill out a mem- ,'.' I' ...... ."" '." ",,,'Ii'
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bership application. Any adult interested in helping out ." '
the Teen Club or teenager interested in becoming a '.w ... ,
any .
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member is asked to call ATCM Richard Amell at Ext. lli !Sr 1H,,;! ,," __
3074 for information.
more SITTING DOWN ON THE JOB?
Not really. How about a little
more help from you parents
whose teenagers will be using the
new Teen Club?
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Knot Rule'loose'


WASHINGTON (AFPS) -
4 While it hasn't budged much on
hair, beards or moustaches!, the
Marine Corps docs have a more
relaxed attitude toward knots.'
According to "HOTLINE
HQMC" an internal information
bulletin, Corps uniform regulations -
do not prescribe the typeof
knot authorized to be worn
with the khaki necktie.
"This authority has been
d
delegated to local commanders,"
> the HOTLINE noted. "Unless
BUT NOT ON THE INSIDE SeaBees and Self-Helpers are com- 1< otherwise prescribed by the local -
bining to bring long-abondoned Bldg.537 back to life. commander, the type of
BARBARA HOWARD, presents a $50 check to Chief Amell from the knot authorized is at the op-
Jax 86 Navy Wives Club. The money will be used to buy recreation tion of the individual."
items for the new Teen Club.
r Ex-Abusers Train Teardrop shaped mistletoe
seeds explode from their pods
I with. a velocity of about 45 graphic Society Bay Pods can "I
As CounselorsTraining feet a second, the National Geo- fire the seeds as far as 33 feet ( j 4-

for alcoholism and
drug abuse program counselorsis Learn To FlyIntroductory
underway at the Forf Lyon, __ .r
hospital.Colo., Veterans Administration. // Lesson

FAA APPROVED
Originated by the hospital's
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Team I I I I I I+I I+I I I I I I I
Swim I I I+I I I I+I+ +


Hosts MeetJax Jax Sports BriefsJAX

r Swimmers the
,a -- from
1 Florida Crown area and Georgia I I I I+I I I I I+I+I I+I I I I I I I I+I I
provided some stiff competitionfor
1s the Navy Jax Swim Team as
they hosted their second Winter NAVY BASKETBALL GAME
M Developement Meet at the NAS
Basketball team dropped two
I Indoor Pool on January 8. Jax The Jax NavY'
Leading the team in winning games to the Tyndall Air Force Base team last weekendby
I events was 12 year-old Patti scores of 77-75 and 9778. Otis McGee led the Fliers in
Milewski who captured three both games with 32 points in the first game and 23 in the
,i first place awards in Senior girls in the first
t rfS second Horace Hooper had 18 points
100 yard free, back and breast game.
events.Judi Milewski won second game and 23 in the second to back up McGee's efforts.
place in the 100 yard breast The Fliers will play two games against the Glynco
event. Basketball team here at the NAS Gym on Friday at 8
Jim Scott took second place in p.m. and on Saturday at 2 p.m.INTRAMURISTOL .
the 11-12 boys 50-yard back and
third in the 50-yard fly and free
t style events. MEETINGJax
t i Seven-year-old John Brennock An organizational meeting, for the upcoming
,) .' placed in all four events he swamin Intramural Pistol season is scheduled for January 26 at

yard winning free and second back place and in a the third 25- 9:30: a.m. at the NAS Gym. Any units or commands who

t place in the breast and free stylein wish to participate are asked to send a team
"".. representative to the meeting.INTRAMURAL .
AE the eight and under boys. In

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER. LTg(| ) Robert Williams accepts the the 10 and under boys, ,Scott GOLF ROSTFRS''t .
Baltes won second place in the 50-
Intramural Football Most Valuable Award
Player from
Capt. William yard free and third in the forms and rosters from all'teams'that
Jax
SOryard Entry
Sizemore, NAS, EXO, on behalf of Wayne Mariorana, who was not
able to attend the award ceremonies. fly.The plan to participate this years Intramural.Golf Leagueare
next meet will be held needed as soon as possible by the athletic office. The
Saturday February 12, at 9 a.m. league is scheduled to begin on January 31.
IQ ZI In the Indoor Pool. Everyone is

..,... ,. invited at no charge to come and
STATION MILITARY GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
fjBUD'SCYCLE see the team in action.
1. The N.Y. Yankees won the Jax'- The 1972 Naval Air Station Jax Military Golf

American League pennant frum The Navy Jax Swim Team Championship will be held January 26 thru February 23.
1949 to 1953 and again from
SPECIALIZING IN ALL 1955 to 1958. What team won needs more swimmers. Excellent Contestants will be flighted by handicap flights of 16
COMPETITION INCLUDING ACCESSORIES NEW.. in 1954? instruction is availableand and match play, scratch will govern play. Entrance

BASSANI SILENCERS 2. The youngest person to beginner swimmers are most fees are$1.00 per individual. Prizes will be awarded to
HOOKER HEADERS his ever play major baseball began welcome to join the team. For winners and runners-up in each flight. Eligible con-
career with Cincinnati at
Opt, Dally,Evtnlngs the age of 15. Name him. information on joining the team testants are all active duty military personnel stationed
and Weekends call Mrs. Kangas at 264-6084 or within the confines of NAS Jax. Eligible personnel must
Call 264.4295 ANSWERS Mrs. Scott at 7717495.INTEICHANGE. sign up prior to January 23 at the Golf Course Club Hos-

1)) Cleveland 2)) Joe Nuxhall ue. Further information may be obtained at the Golf.

Course Club House. '

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NAvy-Marinc ,



Resumes ActionJax .'fowling Scores \ :

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-. The NAS Intramural The Marine Barracks led /

Basketball season resumed MATSG 23-14 in a low scoring

action last Wednesday and the first half for both teams, but the ,
long layoff seemed to have an Marines scored 39 in the second W L
yS' r l"L adverse affect on several teams half to drop MATSG 62-34. GOOD AND BAD 57 15 ;
ARDSLEYS 21 ;
who had trouble finding the hoop. Forney led the Marine attack 51
US 27
Vk14tS' NDRC seemed to be suffering with 20 points while Long had 17 45
AOB No. 2 34
from the long layoff as they were for MATSG 37'k 4
SPOTS 36
down 30-8 against ComFairJax at In one of the closest and most 36 ,

M the half and went on to lose 4432. exciting games of the new year, SANDBAGGERS 31t 40y
TIlE METS
40
Mole led ComFairJax with 15 Hospital led VW-4 at the half by 311k
V-MARS
points while Bowman led NDRC the comfortable margin of 31-24 24'k 47ti4AOBNo. Y,
l 23 49 ,
with 11.The only to lose to VW-4 52-49 Heath I
7-GUNS 49
o Bees and VP-16 both had and Wilson had 16 points apiecefor 23 n

trouble finding the range in their the winners.In .

game as the Bees ked VP-16 by a ) other games last week

IRONMEN Capt. William Sizemore, NAS EXO, helps Capt. score of 18-6 at the half. The Bees Hooper had 25 points to lead his

Tate, NARJAX CO,hold up the Ironman Trophy that NARJAX Hugh came back strong in the second 679th team to a 66-47 win over the
fourth time in five Intramural won for half though, to win 55-34. Hitler Administration team. Hall had 24
the seasons as TUg(| ) Robert
( ), captain of the NARJAX football team, and PNL, James WilliamsL ReamsR led the Bees with 19 points. for Admin.; Medical was led by N/i// ?# .r..r.i
Communications failed to Johnson's in their 64-44
( ),captain of the NARJAX No. golf team,look on. get 26 points
any kind of an attack going in victory over FA W.U, Cook had 21 ..
either half of their game with VP- for FAW-11; Medical downed ? ,

Ironman 16 as they fell by the embarassing MATSG 72-53 as Sierra of MATSGwas
Goes nivLik ,
Trophy
score of 7824. Anderson had 16 high point man in the game / i "I

and Heplak 14 for VP16. VP-16 with 27; the Bees dropped FAW- .

' also won their game against 11 62-50 as Cook had 20 points for .t" ,
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To NarJax AthletesJax 50.NarJax last week by a score,of 61- FAW-li FICEUR;, 68-31 and. VP-49 .rolled., by / \ ,


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NARJAX has made it and one-third points. MARTD World Pentathlon Roundupwith -- : ,
known, after' retiring the last and the Fleet Intelligence Center !

Ironman Trophy ,. that they planto finished close behind with 2200 j\ ',
the Ironman and and one-third ;
retire new Trophyas 2108 points
A three-man United States a series of obstacles and
they won the Ironman Trophy respectively. Pentathlon team led by Air jumps; fencing with an electrical r .
for the Fall 1971 Intramural Force Capt. Loren Drum of epee; shooting a pistol at c J

Season. NarJax received 100 points in Lackland AFB, Tex., placed rotating targets from 25 me- + I
Pistol Competition, 100 in Hand- third in the 1971 Modern Pen- ters; swimming free-style for H WAS SUCH A NICE I

The presentation of the Fall ball, 100 in Bowling, 400 in Ping tathlon World Championshipheld 300 meters; and running 2H PAY, I THDUSHT( I'P :; ':

1971 Intramural Ironman Pong,. 1050 in Golf and 1050 in last month at Ft. Sam miles cross country. WALK .: 0 I,
Trophyto Football. They won both league Houston, Tex. Last year's U.S. .
NarJax makes the fourth time The collective points gainedby
titles in golfbut finished second in team placed fourth in the pen ;, I
in the last five Intramural the U.S. team earned third j
tathlon held in Warendorf
the playoffs, won their league ,
seasons that NarJax has the 0 place and a bronze medal, the ':
won i
retired the last title in football with an un- Germany. first such award this countryhas ,HONDA !
trophy. They
defeated record only to lost to The world ;
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with a total of 2800 points while yet completed, but the points will finished in eighth place and the

VP-45 made a strong bid to stop have no direct bearing on the two other U.S. members, Don
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Jax The 1972 Intramural four from the P&PPs and NDRC
I Bowling Season got underwaylast No. 2 took three from the Molar
week and in the Atlantic Rollers. .,
League the Blowhards took three In the Pacific League the

I: from Fubars, the Rebels took Sparks took three from the ,
; four from AFEES, FICEUR took Chiefs, the Pin Busters No. 2 took .. ,"! '
: four from the Nubs, the Woodpeckers four from the Hurricane Hunters,
No. 2 took four from the the Splitmakers took four from .;,i"i"I 1
I Bees and VP-62 No. 2 took three the Woodpeckers No. 1, F-Troop ,;,;
from VP-62 No. 1. Boydell from took three from NDRC No. 3 and ',,0IJ:/,\' .t a
the Woodpeckers No. 2 team led the Splitfinders took four from I ,'
the Atlantic League bowlers with the Gutter Dusters. B. Alcafaras ,

a 212.572 series. from the Splitmakers had a 235- ,
160-231 for a 626 series to lead the
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In the American League the league while G. Logan of the FALL BOWLING AWARDS -
Hawks took three from the Gutter Dusters had a 195-208-200 (L to R) ACC Walter Lin- "

Evildoers, the Sawbones forfeited for a 603 series.In senmayer received the High Set ;"
to the Hard Hats, the Late the National League the Award,. LCdr. Richard Kruegar fN'
Chargers took four from the Gems took three from FAETU, accepted Air Ops National 'r"fJ. oJ'III
Fumblers and the Leftovers took, the Flap Jax took three from the League trophy, Capt. William L
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Chiefs, the Eagles took four from Women's Lib. Leapline of the GySgt. Milton Walker with the R. .

the Tars, the Quacks took three Flap Jax team lead the league Atlantic League Trophy, Capt.
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