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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1972
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VOL. 29 NO. 43 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida JANU j,. 1912r. +.



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Jax The following items
highlight this week's Navy News:
Increased AppropriationsThe
President called for a
substantial increase in. Navy
appropriations for the next fiscal
year (FY73)) in his State of The
Union Message Jan. 20.
The increase 'would include ,
money for more shipbuilding,
research the undersea '
more on i
long range missile system
(ULMS), and further pay hikes. "
"The Navy's budget was in- %
creased by 12 billion in the
current fiscal year, and I will ask
for a similar increase next year,
with particular emphasis on our T.
shipbuilding programs", the
President stated. ; .,.
The President called for "over I
!900 million to improve our sea-
based deterrent force and also "i' ".e'
said that "further substantial
military pay increases are
I planned" for the next fiscal year.
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Mod'Squad Expands
The Navy plans to expand the
Mod Squad concept throughoutthe

Under Navy.this concept, CO's, XO's
and department heads of ships
.are all junior to those usually Strategic
assigned. Base, ;
.. The original Mod Squad, ( )
.. Destroyer Squadron 26, recently VAdm.
,:.,' returned from the MedKterranean ( exercise
1.t., and Navy officials
term its operations an
"unquestionable success." Families'r; nine air.
VAdm. Dickquinn, Chief of stations
Naval Personnel, has stated "We .
will eventually have approximately 65,000
25 percent of the ,
1 surface ships, normally headed largest
i by Commanders,now assigned to Atlantic
Lieutenant Commanders."
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nounced that it will award two
$1000 scholarships this year. of.'
The recipient must be un- attack
married and the son or daughter, carrier
: adopted son or daughter or step
:, son or daughter of a Regular- .
;' Reserve Navy. or Marine Corps
officer on active duty or in a ( ). :
retired status with pay, :1
The award will be made on the
basis of scholarship character, .
and need!,and will be awarded for
to be
the first year of the recipient's. ,
college career.
The recipient is to have for
preference for subsequent and
selections for the award.
for those
This scholarship may be usedto to
supplement other forms of petty
educational assistance and is ,
contingent only on the recipient'smaintaining all
satlsfactry stan- per- t
dards as well as adhering to the ;


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POW by each
, Help, advancement.
"Looking to the future," the The ,
CNO continues. "the .orosoects .......;.__competition 1.. ,____ nL"is_ always..' ,
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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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11 '.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday

Friday 11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Your

11 ..m. to 2 am 11..m..11 p.m. Friday,Jan.21 SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers -
Friday b Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday BREAKFAST Chilled GrapefruitJuice or Frankfurters, Ham &
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11..m..l1p.m.. Noon to Midnight Buttered Hominy Grits, Fried Cheese on Rye, French Fried
9 a.m. to 2 a.m. Fri Sat Eggs to Order, French Toast Syrup, Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans,
Sunday 11a.m..1a.m. Monday thru Thur Club Choice of Luncheon Meat 'or Ham, Dessert Bar.
Baked Beans, Hot Chocolate, PastryBar.
11 a.m. to MidnightRating
9 a.m. to Midnight Tuesday, Feb
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BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple
DINNER Manhattan Clam
Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried EOgs to
Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Baked
Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choiceof
Tuna ,
and Noodles Brown Gravy
E.;' Mashed Potatoes, Hot Spiced Beets, Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Creamed

.:' .,', '- ,,. Buttered Green Peas, Salad Bar, Chipped Beef Pastry Bar
DINNER Beef Rice Grilled
Pie Soup
Coconut Cream ,Strawberry Short
Cake. Ribsteak, Beef Gravy, Snowflaked

Jax The examination schedule for pay grade E-4 rmnMnrN1rL SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salad, Potatoes, Buttered ASparagus.

thru E-7 is as follows: LUJU1UImlJ\! : Grilled French Hamburgers Fried Potatoes or Frankfurters Potato Chips, Strawberry Buttered Cream Spinach Pie, Salad Cream Puffs.Bar,

E-4: Tuesday, Feb. 1 m\V\ } nriDrL@ Baked Beans, Dessert Bar SANDWICH LINE Variety Meat
Sandwich, Grilled Hamburgers or
[ [ [ SUPPER! Deep Fried Fish or Beef
E-5: Thursday, Feb. 3 lill\1\! UUDlJrnJ: with Vegetables. French Fried Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes

E-6: Tuesday, Feb.. 8 r r... Potatoes, Rice Pilaff, Buttered Potato Bar. Chips, Baked Beans Dessert
Broccoli Spears, Tartar Sauce,
E-7: Thursday, Feb. 10 Mexican Corn, Salad Bar, Brown SUPPER: Barbecued Pork Loin,

E-4 and E-5 exams will be held at Galley No.1. Sugar Cookies, Chocolate Pudding. Barbecue Sauce, Snowflaked
Potatoes, Apple Sauce, Buttered
E-6 and E-7 exams will be at the Petty Officers Club Saturday,Jan.29BREAKFASTChilled Green Peas Buttered Carrots Salad
Orange Juice
Personnel are requested to muster at 6:45: a.m., within PROTESTANT: Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order, Bar, Cottage Pudding Vanilla Pud
NAVAL AW STATION French Toast, Griddle Hot Cakes w. ding.
-.-. Syrup Choice of Bacon or Minute Wednesday,Feb.
SUNDAY Steaks, Lyonnalse Potatoes, Pastry BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice
Bar. Hot Farina Fried Eggs to Order
Church School (all
) 9
rI --------------------------- ages : BRUNCH: at 9:30:: Chicken Rice French Toast Syrup, Grilled Bacon
a.m; at Chapel Annex. Divine Soup, Grilled Hamburgers or Slices, Creamed Ground Beef Baked
I I Worship 10:30: at All Saints' Cheeseburgers Potato Chips, Salad Beans, Hot Chocolate Pastry Bar.
Chapel. Bar, Apricot Pie, Baked Custard. DINNER! Pepper Pot Soup, Roast

I 1 Heroin Hash Or Life? !i Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr.Hig6) Brown SUPPER Gravy Grilled, O'Brien Pork Potatoes Chops,, Veal Buttered, Brown Broccoli Gravy,Mashed Spears,Potatoes.O'Brien

1 1 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- Chilled Applesauce, Buttered Carrots, Corn, Salad Bar, Dutch Apple Pie,
___ nex. Junior and senior youth Buttered Brussel Sprouts, Salad Bar Vanilla Wafers.
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Assorted Cup Cakes, Cherry Jello.
Fellowship p.m.at Bldg. 722. SundayJin.M SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers -

Evening Worship-7:30: p.m at BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato or Frankfurters Egg Salad
small, Chapel. Juice Hot Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs Sandwich French Fried Potatoes,
to Order, Griddle Blueberry Hot Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert
Tuesday Cakes w-Syrup, Choice of Ham or Bar.
JTAX AIR NEWSThe Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Minute Pork Chops, Cottage Fried SUPPER Beef Pot Pie, Buttered
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Potatoes. Pastry Bar. Egg Noodles Tartar Sauce Polonaise

Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. BRUNCH: at 9:30: Creole Soup, Cauliflower, Simmered Lima Beans,
Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato Sand Salad Bar, Devils Food Cake, Vanilla
wich,. French Fried Potatoes, ;Salad Pud 1Ing.
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper NAVAL HOSPITAL
Bar, Chocolate Cream Pie, Angel SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Divine Worship a.m. at St. Food Cake. or Frankfurters Deviled

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Lukes. SUPPER: Chicken Rice Soup, Ham French Fried Potatoes Potato
Country Fried Steak, Brown Gravy, Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert Bar.
private firm. All Copy submitted for use.In the JAX AIR NEWS Mashed
Potatoes, Seasoned
Greens, Thursday, Feb.I
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2.. NAS CATHOLIC Buttered Hominy. Salad Bar,: Sugar BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato

Jacksonville by,12:00noon on Monday before publication. News Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St. Cookies, Vanilla Pudding. Juice Hot Oatmeal', Hard Boiled
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Monday,Jan.Jt :, Eggs Fried Eggs to Order, GriddleCakes
BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange w-Syrup, Grilled Minute Pork
3119. a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass. Juice, Hot Buttered Grits, Fried Eggs Chops, Corned Beef Hash Home
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and to Order, French Toast Syrup, Fried Potatoes Pastry Bar.
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Friday-ll:30 a.m. Wednesday Choice of Pork. Sausage or Luncheon DINNER! Vegetable Soup Fried

available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race Mass 11:30 a.m. at the Naval Meat, Minced Beef, Lyonnalse Chicken, Chicken Gravy Whipped

creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser user or Hospital Chapel.. Saturday Potatoes DINNER Pastry Turkey Bar. Noodle Soup Potatoes Blackeye'Peas Sausage, Creole Bread Green Dressing Beans,

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Confessions-4:15: and 5 p.m. Roast Turkey Log, Brown Turkey Cranberry Sauce. Salad Bar, Coconut
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Gravy, Bread Dressing, Mashed Cream Pie. Raisin Cookies.
advertising from that source." NATTC Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered SANDWICH LINE Ham Salad,
Sunday Mass-9:30. a.m. in Green Beans, Beets In Orange Sauce, Grilled Cheeseburgers or Frank
Salad Bar,
Apple Turnovers, Yellow furters Frech Fried Potatoes Potato
Advertisements/ are solicited by the publisher and queries ,Building 500. Pound Cake.SANDWICH. Chips, Baked Beans Dessert Bar.

concerning such should be directed to: LINE Grilled Hamburgers SUPPER: Swiss Steak W-Brown
or Frankfurters, Deviled Gravy Mashed Potatoes 'Mexican
.: THE HOLT,PUBLISHING COMPANY The Navy is studying the Ham, French Fried Potatoes, Potato Corn Seasoned Spinach. Yankee Corn

4747'.San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, 'Fla., 32210 possibility of moving. ..ubmarine' -. Chips.SUPPER Baked Grilled Beans Dessert Liver or Bar.Beef Bread Butterscotch Salad Pudding.Bar Applesauce Cake,
electronic
Telephone 388.2755 equipment into Porcupines Brown Gravy, Baked SANDWICH LINE! Variety Meat
the space between the pressure Macaroni & Cheese, Buttered Mixed Sandwich Grilled Hamburgers or
JANUARY 27 1972 hull and the outside shell or fair Vegetables Boiled Navy Beans Salad Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes
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I' 'It Was A Nightmare' 1 I NAS lax Traffic- Violations I

Jax The following is a report Number of days since an injury Sixteen lost driving and
of the motor vehicle accidents last at this time
year 121 aboard the
QUESTION; HAVE YOU EVER HAD A BAD TRIP and traffic violations for the parking privileges
ON ACID? period of Jan. 10 -16. Number of Violations station for various periods;
seventeen were assigned to
ANSWER: Well, if you're talking about flipping out! I This period Number of Accidents 7 This Speeding period 38 82 complete an eight-hour course in
flipped out.QUESTION. remedial
driving; twenty-seven
This period a year ago 4 Reckless driving 1
: WHAT WAS IT LIKE? received suspensions; four were
Total accidents this year 15 Going through stop sign 13
ANSWER: It was a nightmare. Total accidents through this Other violations 30 given warnings; four were

QUESTION: COULD YOU EXPLAIN IT? period last year 14 Thirty-nine drivers appeared dismissed; ten were fined (U.S.

ANSWER: It's terrifying is what it is. It's the most Total number of days since last before the Traffic Hearing Boardon Magistrate); and three were
scariest injury in a motor vehicle accident Jan. 20. Disposition of the referred to commanding officer
thing you ever had happen to That's what
you. : 205 cases included the following: for possible disciplinary action.
it is. It's the most terrifying experience I had in my life.

These questions and anwers One of the mainstays of the
were part of an interview with'a Navy's effort to develop a world-
drug addict conducted for the wide program for the iden
Navy newspaper in Rota, Spain tification and treatment of drug Statement oft
The drug abuser is now in the abusers, in line with part four of
Drug Exemption Program, the President's program is the ,
trying to halt his drug habit Drug Exemption Program. .
President Nixon has labeled
ofIondition
drug abuse "America's Public Established by Secretary of the t

Enemy Number One."Last June Navy John Chafee, the programhas ,.
17, he directed Secretary of been operating for over six
Defense Melvin Laird to start a months offering a person who is
four-part program, to combat using drugs a way to seek
drug abuse in the Armed Forces. treatment without incurring any

The four parts are: punishment
1. Identificatidn of drug- Personnel" in the program' can

addicted Servicemen in Vietnam get medical treatment, either at
;' their own base or, if need be, at !
Institution of a detoxification one of the two rehabilitation
program to treat servicemen centers.
before they return to the United After treatment, they can IN OUR STATEMENT OF :CONDITION PUBLISHED HERE LAST WEEK, THE ENTRY .
States; remain in the service, or be FOR BONDS WAS INCORRECTLY SHOWN AS $274,112.69 BECAUSE OF A

,3. Expansion of treatment released from active duty with a TYPOGRAPHICAL, ERROR.. THE CORRECT FIGURE, $$8,274,112.49 SHOWN .BELOW.. ,

programs,in the United States;. General Discharge under
4. Development of a world-- Honorable Conditions or 'an
wide program of identificationand Honorable Discharge.
treatment. Since the Exemption Programwas Comparative Statement Of Condition,

All four parts of that programare started, approximately 4,000
now under way, with the people have entered it. As Of December 31 1971 '
emphasis shifting to parts three In addition to this program, the !
and four as American Involvement Navy has expanded its, facilitiesfor
in Vietnam subsides. screening its personnel for RESOURCES 1971 1970
,
The Drug Rehabilitation. drug usage. f ,;"' "-
Loans and Discounts ''
Center here at NAS Jax, as well The goal is to achieve the ,, $12.257,581.66 9879731.37
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as the one at NAS Miramar add a .capability) to screen Naval '
Federal Funds Sold -
number of drug: treatment personnel periodically. Current Bonds 800,000.00 500000.00
facilities set up by local ,commands plans call for reaching that goal 8,274,112.69 5929640.64
Cash and Due from Banks
, came as a direct result early this year 2,439,142.57 2,234,255.40Banking
! House, Furniture& Fixtures r J584,599.02 590,341'45

'I VA Outlines,'''Widow ,Benefits Other Letters Resources of Credit 214,814.4.4'.o. 196,441.20-0-

Total ';4 $24,712,210.38" $19,3333baT0'21
If a widow drawing either stored if the subsequent mar- .
pension or DIC should remarry, riage is dissolved by divorce or LIABILITIES
the' VA payments are discon death. .
I Capital $ 400,000.00 $ 400,000.00
tinued. Under a law enacted in VA officials explained that Surplus
August 1970 (Public Law 91. there are no statistics on wid- Profits 800,000.00 700,000,00Undivided
376)),, the payments can be re- ows restored to pension. 148,491.84 107,681.88
"I'A' Reserve Losses on Loans 180,727.60 155,109.35
Reserves Taxes and Interest 176,199.42 156,209.68
Letters of Credit .Q- -()-
Learn To FlyIntroductory Unearned Discount 630,178.01 439686.88
.1/ Other Expenses Accrued and Unpaid 11,377.24 13,679.45 .

Lesson .
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1 .Seabees Moving LibraryJax 11


t Plans for the ;". '
oa. moving 4. { "
I f; Station Library to Bldg. 930 are .
now underway in the largest K\ ;.; nJ j,
Seafeee Self-Help Project ever
undertaken at NAS Jacksonville.The J : ,I'
renovation of Bldg. 930 by r ;; 1

the SeaBees and Self-Helpers ..
furnished by Operations will cost
in the neighborhood of$25,000 andis ,
scheduled for completion some
time in March. ,'ai

The new library will be air- i Ji il
conditioned, carpeted and
t paneled.In .
the rooms where the stacks .
will be located, there will be no # .),
windows so that a controlled .
1 environment can be created for
J
the safety of the books.
The downstairs area of the new
library will hold all the stacks j
PIPED OVER AGC James Frankhauser Is piped over the side by
and the offices for the librarians.The .
the Fleet Weather Facility Chiefs after completing 20 years of active '.
second ,floor will consist of TF 1 W
service. ."
the children's area and a stereo ,It
hi-fi center.A .
Naval new library wouldn't be
Selects
Hospital complete without new books, so ;1

V plans are also being made for
books to be the 'Ir
3,000 new on

; Corpsmen; Of Q.artetJax shelves when it opens.Muslin .

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HM2 Ralph L. Beckhamand performance, military bearing, Rd.Construction. PLOTTING STRATEGY-SeaBee Self-Helpers look
HM3 Donna P. Patton have dedication to duty and demon-
over the plans for moving the Station Library into Bldg.
been selected as the Corpmen of strated leadership ability.A .
the Quarter at the Naval native of Hollister, Fla., HM2 930. The new library will be air conditioned, carpeted '
entered the in and paneled.
Hospital. Beckham Navy Jax Construction work
HM2 Beckham was selected as 1965 and came here from the by the Public Works
the representative of the Ad- Naval Hospital in San Diego, Cat Department on the water ,
ministrative Division and HM3 HM3 Patton reported to the. main between Saratogaand j
Patton as representative of the Naval Hospital from Hospital Enterprise on Muslin TIIE j'I
Nursing Service Personnel Corps School, Great Lakes. Sheis Road has necessitated the !
Both were selected in a native of Swarthmore, Pa. closing of Muslin Road for ay
recognition of their professional and entered the Navy in 1965. the past two weeks. BROWSERS WEICOMtO GIFTS 1

Until 4 p.m. on Friday, <(
OutlinedGood Feb. 4 Mustin Road be- Nautical Chart *Outriggers Nautical Wear
I Studded Tire Laws F'l
tween Saratoga and En- Paints< tFiih Boxes *Burgee Jacket l3f :1
*Hardware >SkUt Table Wear' IVI".UDI
terprise will be opened to *Repair Material *Accessories *Other Goodie :
on the use of studded snow tires. 1
tire treads are importantat single lane traffic only.
Hawaii, Louisiana, Minnesota, WET STORAGE-MARINE HOISTS-HULL SERVICE'YACHT BROKER !,
any time of year, but especi- ban Public Works employees EXPERT ENGINE 5ERVlCE.OUTIOARD. STERN DRIVE. INBOARD
ally ;so' :when pavements ,#je. 'and Mississippi completely will be ,working in and THE'NEWEST BOATS.MOTORS CANOES and TRAILERS I
.... their use, Effective April 1, if'SEI
around construction
:slippery. Utah will do the same. SEGRAVES frsttf MARItfA \
The ultimate in stop and go area.
traction in deep snow and glare Barricades, signs and ROOSEVElT BLVD it ORTEGA RIVER vI
ice conditions is provided by reinforced Some ,20 states have no laws caution lights will be in- f)...CCA..... Jacksonville ...dIIl.1 IIt ,
regulating the of these tires. florida
tire chains. Snow tires use stalled along this section of ,
Pier 66 Franchise! Mrln Phone 317,466V OPEN SUNDAY
"effective in loosely packed Service members planning Mustin Road; however, all BOATS.MOTORS: CANOES: THUNDERBIRD.STARCRAFT ,
snow, but are of little help on trips to other states should motorists are cautioned to e TROJAN a GRUMMAN-T-CRAFT A .
ice Studded tires improve stopping check that state's regulations proceed with care while 2=21
-,and pulling ability on ice. concerning studded tires to de- driving in this area.
'The' majority ot'the states, termine the type of tread to
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S..3A 'Viking7.Makes .




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The Navy's newest airborne
Jax antisubmarine .
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;r v warfare aircraft, the carrier-based S-3A Viking, made
1, Friday in California, ahead of F
d P v ',yyew r f its first flight contract

schedule.The .

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first flight means that the from the total output the specific'' '
has met the two sounds which confirm the
Viking program
contractual milestones existence ,of a submerged sub-
major required by the Navy to exerciseits marine target with a very high
first option for 13 production and specified probability and
them for
aircraft processes presentation
to the crew on their video
7 7a The requirements specified a screens.
first flight of not less than 30
t, s minutes and a series of simple The computer, 'the nerve
: performance maneuvers including center of the S-3A, eases tactical
: :; .r takeoff, climb, turn, calculations, receives, stores and
descent and landing. recalls information from all the

: e ASW sensors, routes instructions
"71p The test pilot, however, kept to the crew, monitors the plane's
the Viking Airborne for an hour avionics systems and increasesthe
and a half, flying at speeds accuracy of its tactical
ranging from 120 knots to 200 maneuvering.

FLYING VIKING The S-3A Viking, the Navy's new carrier based ASW Aircraft, makes its first knots and altitudes up to 20,000
flight over the Mojave Desert in California. The Viking will replace the S-2 Tracker when it loins the feet while he checked out the The Integrated control systemis
fleet in 1974. controls, engines, systems and composed of key board sets
landing gear. through which the crew controls
I the of the various
be of operation
The Viking will capable
speeds in excess of 400 knots and sensors, the computer and
an altitude of more than 35,000 the video screen displays.

feet The tactical display system

THRIFTY BEN FRANKLIN WOULD HAVE SAID IT Slow speed tests were conducted includes total of five TV-lie
earlier this month. video screens upon'which the
Information derived from the
Included in the tests were the acoustic data processor and the
acoustical data processor, the other sensors is-displayed to the
general purpose digital com- crew.
puter, the integrated control
system and the tactical display The second S-3A research and
rnDa4iy4! system. development aircraft join the
The acoustical data processoris first Viking next month.
that part of the electronic
N system which processes the Four additional Vikings will
sound output of sensing devices enter flight tests by the end of this '
(sonobuoys), dropped into the year and the remaining two will
ocean by the aircraft, selects enter the program in 1973.


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' Airman Of

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The QuarterJax

Robert L. l 4i 'f !At 46 t,,fx ls I IL Ia Iw
Eb Air Force Sgt. q
Dyson has been selecteJ as
\ "Airman of the Quarter" at the
$79th Radar Squadron for the
period October through
December, 1971.
lie was chosen on the merits of
\ his job performance, military
bearing both on and off duty, and
his knowledge of military sub-
jects and current events.
Sgt. Dyson arrived at the 679th
AIR FORCE COMMENDATION MEDAL SSgt. Edgar W. Radar Squadron in Jan., 1970
McEarchcrn is awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal by Mal.. from Mt. Lemon AFS, Arizona.
Kenneth P. Tavebaugh, Commander of the 479th Radar Squadron.a Since arriving here, he has ,

been selected as the Outstanding
Airman for the months of Feb., BLUEJACKET OF THE MONTH PN2 Charles E. Williamson
very special living environmentwoodlake 1970 and March, 1971. receives the.VP-U Blue Jacket of the Month award from Cdr. J.F.
He is assigned to the AN-FST- Wetzel, the squadron's Commanding Officer.
2B Section as a Digital Data

Processing Repairman. I 1.
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ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPING part of a continuing pro agency has no contradictory 'In..
CARPETING DRAPERIES Vet- formation on file.
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DISHWASHER DISPOSAL :
announced
PRIVATE PATIO OR BALCONY erans Administration .-----------
2 POOLS, TENNIS COURTS CLUBHOUSECONVENIENTLY today that a lost birth certificateor ,. PHONE 3..535 I MOTORS
marriage license will no longer I I
be the big problem it once I. .
was for those who apply for
veterans benefits. Less formal ((3 1 GOOD
wra couNbr{ f proof of marriage and birth is TRANSPORTATIONFrom190'
,avnCNOO.ow uw r.ucreNC, now acceptable under new VA I 1249.125) King St. I
caunr.r regulations. Jacksonville,Florida J2204 I
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ulation, which became effective II WANTEDUSED to
'of last October, covers payments of CAMERAS AND I. $690
compensation, pension, dependency I EQUIPMENT.WE PAY
and indemnity compensa I TOP DOLLAR.3UI53SIBRING I
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veterans, widows, and orphan THIS AD WITH YOUI I
-PHONE 781-4978
LOCATED: children. .----------. _

San Jose Blvd. at Sunbeam Rd. They explained that VA now
Model open 11 .6 daily, 1 -5 Sunday accepts a veteran's certified
Phone:'737-4634 statement of marriage, pro HE CAN'T CALL US...
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For Savings In FY71 :i1j j

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.Jax-Federal ii
employees made ,
Year 1967.Assessing. "
record economy.
contributions to Government M
economy and efficiency the results, Chair- A total of 96,879 employee 9
valued at $344.8 million by their man Hamption stated: suggestions achieved savings of J-
suggestions and superior "I wish to commend these $170,844,320 in reduced man- : I
complishments during Fiscal ac- Federal employees who have so hours and costs of materials and _
admirably demonstrated their equipment and contributed
Year 1971, according to Chair- ,
man Robert E, Hampton of the awareness of the great need for immeasurable benefits In im- NARF AND NAGI SIGN AGREEMENT Seated with Capt. A.J.
U.S. Civil Service Commission. economy and high level of per- proved services to the public and Yates, Commanding Officer, Naval Air Rework Facility, as he signs
formance
This all-time record in the 17- In Government.This Increased efficiency. the negotiated agreement with the National Association of Govern ,
year history of the Governmentwide evidence of their efforts Employees received $5,060,038in ment Inspectors and Quality Assurance Personnel Unit 1, are (from I
Incentive Awards'program and initiative sets a high example cash awards for adopted Ideas, left) LJ. Barilla,Chief Negotiator for NARF,and H.S. McClain, Chief
exceeded the previous high of for Federal employees and with an average award of $82, Negotiator for NAGI. Standing are: (L to R) J.F. O'Connell, Labor. '
$343.5 million recorded in Fiscal should be of particular Interest to compared to $65 the previous ManagementRelations Specialist, J.W. Tweeddale, A.P. Nabors and
American taxpayers as an year. W.A. Hallmark, members of the negotiating group. The negotiated
Illustration of employee con- Average benefits to the agreement concerned working conditions and grievance procedures
MurphyHonpred tributions to achieving greater Government per cash award Involving the two groups and will be effective for two years with an
Government efficiency and were $2,125 for FY 1971 option to renew for two more years.




MOBILE HOME BUYERS !!

Jax Mr. Clyde C. Murphy, a
Quality Assurance Specialist THERE MUST BE A REASON WHY WE SELL TO SO MANY VA'sl!!
attached to the Quality and
Reliability Assurance Depart- P4rs THE HIGH COST Of EXPENSIVE ACS AND
ment at NARJAX has been F Ever Wonder WHO... .. LENGTHY RADIO TIME ? (COULD IT BE VOU THE CUSTOMS f? .
awarded the Zero Defects Award
THAt SERVICE MAN Wlt-L 86 OUT TO TAKE CARE OF
for the October through Ever Wonder WHEN.... YOUR PROBLEMS? Witt, IT TAKE ? 3 WE-EKS!
December 1971 period as a resultof
his responsibility of controllingthe VOU :CAN BUY, AND BE ASSURED OF quality output of all Un- Ever Wonder WHERE..., DEPENDABLE SERVICE THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY,
satisfactory Material Reports
(UMR'S) initiated by his Priced (from
departmentMr. WE HAVE MANY MPOELSQN O PLAY
.Murphy's Supervisor,E. 0. VA s... tiayptNti?*' otKi&tE WIDE BR> i BA 53477

Carter,in recommending him for NO DOWN
the award said, "By analizing
each UMR initiated, Mr. Murphy PA YM EN TI
effectively coordinates the '.efforts -
of all UMR writers in
elinimating'errors in the repo ts.
Approximately 150 UMR's Let ws figure you a del vyheri just one stop have been initiated during this TANK, WATER LECTRlCtTY A R C0NO>* period and, to date, this facility DISHWASHER COLORv AN&sti&Eo
has not been apprised of a single
error or been requested to make PHONE 264.7900
any corrections on any of those
UMR's. Defect free output,
particularly in this large quan-
tity, Is definitely a noteworthyzero 4-YES, IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME OUT TO g telS ITU 11011365.
defects achievement."
During the October through ONE MILE SOUTH OF ORANGE PARK HIGH SCHOOL ON DLANDING BLVD.

December 1971 period,. Mr
Murphy personally indoctrinated
'approximately 60 additional 400
,Department personnel as a resultof
Mr. Murphy's cost conscious "

attitude in 'conjunction with the .- ; MILITARYPERSONNEL
UMR Program have resulted insubstantial $ '\ :< .
savings for NARJAX.Mr. .
Carter concluded his
T
recommendation of Mr. Murphy << ,
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saying, "It is my conviction that I to.

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which Zero major Defects this contributing facility UMR enjoys.factor reputation"to the -G'. ::iiijitiiii!!!!i]!!!!!!+ i iji f!! i I! G.IIfiitIpJi: !laisifipi-pii: ) ::: ::-:: .j:spend'Jj\11Start :\ '; t I}'

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\i to running lawn mowers. from heating
levee.
IrV. round bass fishing; crappies bite from you can drive to the top of the homes to conserving our natural environ.
Take the family on this exciting November until March and bream from There's a picnic ground and a parkingarea. avail' ment oil is basic to a better life for .
Everglades are American family.
close-to-home auto tour. March to July. A SEMINOLE INDIAN RESERVA Tours of the vehicles called the
ii" TION may be visited by turning north on able in ungainly chargeof
minimum
'" Route 721 for three miles.The Seminoleslive buggies usually with a I
,I. Lush farm lands the Everglades as they did centuries ago and they $35 for a party of five. U.S. 27 continues

Lake Okeechobee, all this and more on cling closer to their ancient ways than to '
this 282-mile tour. Begin anywhere. any other tribe. Peace was not declared l : :"
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between the Seminoles and the United '
'"'
START: Take U.S. 441 (N.W. 7th Ave.) States on a formal basis until some 16 ", ; *t"I4:,,:. .". '.': Ir

north from Miami for 65 miles, then turn years ago. Continue on Route 78 to U.S. ;'i...+ ';',,',-
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left tO LOXANATCHCC, Site Of LION COUNTRY 27 and turn left to iK I '

SAFARI.(Or, by paying a$1.30 toll,you may *$3 w* ..It-i" : ::,:, .l
take Florida's Turnpike from Miami to the 176m. MOORE HAVEN almost completely
Lake Worth interchange to U.S. 441. The destroyed in 1928, taking 2,000 lives Okrrcliokn )

road parallels the WEST PALM BEACH CANAL, when a hurricane blew Lake Okeechobeeout MOo.e H.vfn P.MM.ef C.nN'awt
one of the many used to drain parts of the of its bed and spilled it over the town.It .

Everglades for agriculture and goes to... now snuggles safely behind a giant 207m. SOUTH BAY. Here the highway C f,. Vrrti fo Ito' e Glids 9sl. ','iy'\ len ncA..
levee. This area marks'the beginning of plunges into the Evergladessometimesdescribed 6 I"k.ath
96m. BELLE GLADE, built in 1925 and vast sugar cane fields-there are some as"a zoo without cages. There 60 s., u 1. t wuAr
wrecked by a hurricane in 1928. Today 80,000 acres of canebrake around the are few signs of civilization for some g
about 30 varieties of vegetables grown in lake. In harvest season the stalks are miles to the outskirts of. .
4 charred and blackened.The foliage is de. 21 .
the rich "black gold" muckland are shipped off U.S. N t.
from here for the nation's winter liberately burned off to make cutting the 273m. HIALEAH. A short detour 1 .
which, except -
tables. The huge farmsteads here and at cane easier. At the south end of town is 27 brings you to HIALEAH PARK is '; ...
Pahokee farther up the Lakeshore and' the CALOOSAHATCHEE RIVER, part of the during the racing season, open
always
also the packing houses,welcome visitors. cross Florida Okeechobee Waterway con. free to the public. 400 flamingos are "
necting the Atlantic with the Gulf. It's displaying themselves against a '
the third ,
You are close to LAKE OKEECHOBEE, alsoan
largest fresh water lake that lies within: much used by pleasure craft shrimp boats background of lovely palms. There's ,.-
and U.S. 27 continues interesting collection of old carriages.A
barges. on through
the U.S. You won't see much of it, though ,
dense canebrakes and ranches of grazing guided train tour of the park is offered. (
because the levee around keeps
high view. Continue northon you Brahman and Charbra cattle to. U.S. 27 now takes you back into. Nr .G.Pt PM.
from getting a good
U.S.441 past CANAL POINT to. Mulch
191m. CLEWISTON, with the country'slargest 282m. MIAMI. o
sugar house. The, mills convert '.,'", Miami
140m. JUNCTION WITH ROUTE 78. Turn 7,000 tons of cane daily into a million anda \:

left on 78 and after five miles begin half pounds of raw sugar. +T-c

crossing INDIAN PRAIRIE, known as "the '- Tour Rout
flattest place in the world." Here the land Clewiston also produces most of the DISCOVER AMERICA & U.S.Highway Numbers
cabbage palms used in Florida churcheson BEST BY CAR
stretches out for tens of thousands of E3 State Highway Numbers
acres occupied by huge ranches. Skirtingthe Palm Sunday. By turning left on Fran The oil industry brings you this tour 12 Approximate MileagesFYOUDONTRUN
west side of Lake Okeechobee are Innumerable cisco Street and proceeding for a quarterof which is part of a series published as a
fishing camps. There 'is year a mile through the south end of town, public service. From powering jet planes

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I:: tenor De Espana Does Big- Job For Security .. ;.::. :,


Jax Senor lago De Espana is Jax Senor :JJ4 'I
lago De
Espana had to dogs that undergo the .
a member of the Investigations go through a training '' ;
13-week j fJllf'.t' '
Branch of Security at NAS training course are cross trained to a I
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Jacksonville. He stands less than S6.Fort Georgia. Gordon Army discriminate the scents of ... ... t' .
He was ac- various drugs, are American I
four feet tall and weighs only
about 100 pounds, but he does a of companied his training through by Robinson every phase Kennel Club AKC) registeredand Yb IJ S
who are from one year to 18 ,
man-sized job for the Security has been d Ii
training dogs for the months old when they start
force here at NAS.
military for
has been' about 10 months but training. The dogs are regular i
training sporting dogs members of the military with
De is
Senor Espana a German for about
nine
years. their own serial number and haveto .
fa
who is
Shepherd dog trained to !
During the
training, Robinson
He and his weigh at least 60 pounds before *
sniff drugs. trainer, went t'
through
physical a ::4x1 M;+ '
training they start training. } ';
ATI Robert E. Robinson, cover R + rru'
courses, obedience
the entire base from barracks to scent courses and German Shepherds are usually .' .. fir '
discrimination YRr"
courses with the only dogs used for this type of jJr
working spaces to field spaces. Senor De Espana .I
and also took work becuase of their inherent "
They also work with Customs courses in criminal in- desire to please, according to .;
people on the inspection of in- r
vestigations, types of narcotics Robinson. He said that the dogs
coming aircraft. and uses of narcotics. r
work on praise alone and how
Before being assigned to NAS ATI Robinson said that all the well the dog works is a matter of

Ik how much love and attention the
& trainer gives his dog.It :,t

is very difficult to teach the M Y r t y
::4i : dogs to smell drugs, Robinson .N{ ;: i;

said, because the drugs generateno >.4 \.1 j
bh heat and are usually confinedin t 'j'..
containers such as plastic
bags. Only about two dogs out of

every 100 ever successfully j
complete the vigorous training.The .
difficulty in training the SEARCH AND DESTROY MISSION Senor lago De Espana shows i
dogs has resulted in ex- his trainer, ATI Robert E. Robinson, that the Alpo label on the box f
,y perimental breeding at LacklandAir didn't fool him for a minute. He knows that out of the four boxes that ,:., 4
Force Base in Texas and at Robinson took him bythat this one contained the narcotic and he sets'U
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Fort Benning in Georgia to out to remove it.
establish a superior breed of drug
sniffing dogs. PLEASE BRING THIS COUPONI
Once the dog and trainer do

complete the course they are PIZZA HUT
assigned to a base or installationand ,

u. are known as a Drug Dog PHONE AHEAD....READY IN 20 MINUTES!
Detector Team. The training r

doesn't stop after the 13-week 2 FOR 1
course, however, as the dogs are
ATI ROBINSON demonstrates some of the obedience training that
trained daily once they start their
Senor De Espana went through during his 13-week training course at job sothatas tune goes on they get \ Buy One PIZZA Get One FREElDINE \
Fort Gordon in Georgia. i 'IN OR CARRY OUR OUT
more and more proficient at
BIG TONY HAS-MOVED
smelling the drugs. A good indication -
t
of the proficiency of the GOOD ONLY AT
4218 BLANDING BLVD PHONE 772.0662
dogs is that they have alerted
ws their trainers at up to 50 feet from n -'t1

a substance.
Robinson said that many
people who have drugs try to fool "i
d b b bb
dogs like Senor lago De Espana

with masking ordors or with A.
distracting odors that smell

similar to marijuana or whatever V; "'
other drug they might have. The

person that does this, though,
usually ruins the product with h JJI ASkand

maskers or alerts the trainer
with the overpowering scent of a
the masker and in the case of
i I y youCfP
1 yA's I I s distractors, the dogs have been 6
trained to discriminate between shall

r just about every distractor receive
i possible and the real thing so that b
the distractor has no affect
whatever'on the dog. Getting what

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STANDING TALL Senor De is often a matter -

Espana stands tall as his trainer U of proper
praises him for finding the hidden b b I d planning. And

drug in the boxes behind him.RETIREMENT I 0 somewhere along

141 0.,1.. ,, : ., the.way,money
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By J 0 Brewer 7 YEARS, 20 WEEKS i
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POW CAPTURED

BASKETBALL they turned back VA-86's dreamsof iiiiii

Undefeated V A-81 continued an upset 59.42. Fig Newmanled

their winning ways by routing an a well-balanced AMD scoring Write: Office all
Authorized Service on
attack with 16 counters. Charley Factory
outmanned VA-45 quintet 69 42. of the President
Johnson had 12 points and Jack makes of Radios and Stereos
Mike Luchi of VA-81 hit on 12 field Democratic Republic
goals and 3 curt of 4 charity Severns 14 for the winners. Ron Vietnam,Hanoi,Viet Namoooooooooooooooo 873TOWNSEND BOULEVARD 9 1429 CASSATT AVE.
tosses for 27 points to capture the Worsham from VA-86 had 19

scoring honors for the evening. points.
However it the The AMD Power Plants team
was strong rebounding .
of cent J. J. Wilson could only suit up five players,
which spelled the difference in one of whom fouled out early in
the game. Kitts scored 13 pointsfor the 3rd period, and proved no WHAT THE COLONELIS
VA-45. match for VA-82 who swampedPP

AMD continued to confound 73.41. Al Brown scored 19 LOGIC OFFERING

their mentor, Homer Jones asObr" points, Robert Smith and Ivey 14
each and Mullins 13 for VA-82.

Bill Link had 13 points and Al (the FRIDAY SATURDAY and SUNDAY
"Stilt") Jones 10 for Power '
Plants. tl.
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VA-174 overposered the Marines 1 THRIFT BOX of 9 pieces .
55 :37 behind Moe Moll's 17

S points, Stancil's 16 and Jackson's .lIPz.l' "" Kentucky Fried Chicken

A 13. James Nunn had 16 points and .. _.. .
Sergeant Webb 14 for the :
: Marines. 6 Hot t Rolls f. "I, Q\!> "
jjcksonvllli 24 HR AMD's dream of an undefeated2nd -. -(."

half suffered a rude 1: of '
% Containers "
69 PONTIAC awakening at the hands of VA- 2 -Pfot your

174. The "Hellrazors" swamped I choice of Salad or Baked Beans
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Custom 4Dr.
Homer Jones' boys 47 *35. Larry k
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V.8., A.T, P.S. P.B., R&H. Nice Jackson led the VA-174 attack
$1410 with 18 points, followed by Moe t 1 28-ounce Bottle ,of Coca-Cola "

..r Moll with 15. Fig Newman scored ..*.-
69 FORD WAGON 11 and Charley Johnson 10 for ".
SedanV AMD. f 1 Bag of Candy :

Country VA-86 drubbed VA-82, 54 35.
A.T. P.S. P.B. Air, R&H. Ron Worsham the r'
was top
scorer 1
Sharp. $1870 for VA-86 with 15 points, and his 1 f 84 :)
teammate, Holbrook contributed $ ;:
68 DODGE .J All for only.. 3 :

Coronet Door 11.Despite the sensational effortsof : .
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John Mann who tallied 32 .. ,t '. d... "
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points,VA-45 succumbed to AMD i, SALE GOOD AT ANY OF YOUR '
$790 Power Plants, 61 50. Mann had
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15 field goals and 2 free throws.
64 CHEVELLE 4Dr.
High scorers for the Power
6 Cyl.,.A.T. R&H.. Plants were Brooks with 18,

$480 Meldrum 15, Al Jones 12 and Ckickeit
K
Smith 10. !!1
64 OLDS 4-Door ,
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$515 1206 U.S. 17, Park
American League: The
65 RAMBLER highlights of last Tuesday's Blanding Boulevard at Meadowbrook Drive, Orange Park ..'
Wgn. league bowling was provided by U.S. 17 at State Road 16, Green Cove Springs
6 CyL A.T P.S. R&H. Lippy Chirichello with a 581, 117-

$490 225-179; Bob Samu, 576, 231.179; ,'! ."'.r,

Mighty Mouse Howard,.555, 212- j. .
62, RAMBLER 4 Dr. 188;Paul Tupa,524,178-189; Dan .,' j t\';
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,6 Cyl., 3 SP. Eriksson, 511, 183 '. 181; Ron :.".. ,. '. .., .. .nl, !) '
$190 Mallett, 509, 184 170 and Arlie ,' .,)';' .1 '
Blount 500, 173. Kohn's, Krazy ""'.j '- :.''' i,..." When you have a savings account at Barnett Bank, ." ; ,.i'jt : : : ) ,

62 CORVAIR 2Dr.. Kats actually won two games ''t':.:" !! t. ,;. important people look at you in a different light.. ..'Gi. \\
4 Sp, R&H. without their usual benefit of a f ." ,

$28570DATSUN5104.Dr forfeit Standings: ",-. :;', ".., '.....".. ,"". 'M3

Coarse Hairs 30 10 .j '-3--j.. 1 .
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BoozersMarines 2910% :; J .-:it.; ;;
4 SP. R&H. Like New 24- 16, .,...? ..., ,"' L. ,",'

$1498 Screwball No.2 23 17 ,. / ... '" i -
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4 SP. R&H. Nice El Scavengers 18 22
$1398 Dizzy Dinks 17 221h ','I',, i:'! "
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY '= CLASSIFIED

Publisher '. *..... ADVERTISING
: Movie ScheduleFriday

JAXAIRNEWS ;
NAS Jacksonville CALL: 388.2755
!
Ads should be
: Tuesday for mailed 10 arrive nol later than
LATWINGER Publication
the fOllowing Thursdav. ---
i Ads
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE i published arriving' the too late for this deadline will be
fOllowing week unless .Jan.28
: PUb"stler, Is the
: Instructed otherwise. A HOSPITAL? "NEW LEAF"
money order for the full check or NAS: "PAINT YOU WAGON"Color
: cost of the ad
must be
4747 San Juan Avenue received WITH the copy for the ad. Outdoor Musical Comedy,
Starring Lee Marvin, Clint Monday,Jan.31

Jacksonville Florida i RATE Per : minimum. Ch r9.I 12 lines) $2.00 Eastwood and Jean Seberg, NAS: "MUSIC LOVERS"
additional,
line((4 words per line) .50 "GP" E (100 min.) Color Drama Musical, Starring

HOSPITAL: "FRAGMENTOF Richard Chamberlain and
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--- ------ ----------- q--- Color Glenda Jackson "R" F (122
4 44\\ ; n dt i FEAR" Suspense ,
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Drama, Starring David Hem- min.)

EMPLOYMENTNAVY FOR SALE 1- mings and Gayle Hunnicutt, HOSPITAL: "MANIAC ON
2 lots near Cecil Field min.) WHEELS"
and NAS. With TRANSPORTATION "GP" G (94
or without mobile homes. 771-8386. Saturday,Jan.29 Tuesday,Feb. 1

WIVESPut NAS: "NEW LEAF" Color NAS: "GYPSY MOTH" Color

your skills to work. Interesting WE REPRESENT MANY Comedy Drama, Starring Walter Sky Diving Drama,Starring Burt
of the 19" FIAT 124 SPORT
assignments for keypunches, typist, Navy Personnel Interested In "G" E Lancaster Deborah Kerr and
5 Matthau and Elaine May ,
spd.
secretary, dictaphone operator, ErUrmaV land for future AM-FM, exc. cond., $1450. ,
clerks, bookkeepers. .. Also homes of value, FHA use or or TUg| ,) Woodworth. 771-3211 Ext. 189 (102 min.) Sheree North, "GP" E (110 min.
HIGH PAY NO FEE VA financed, In all/ sections of city. or 772 9513 after 5pm.FOR HOSPITAL: "PAINT YOUR HOSPITAL ; "MUSIC
CALL NORRELL Please contact Tom Brooker, US WAGON" LOVERS"
396 5371 Navy Retired SALE
your Interested
protected. 1966 Chev. Impala 2 Dr., H.T., V-8, Sunday Jan.30 Wednesday.Feb. 2

HELPWANTEOEvening ,,' WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA, auto. trans., $650. NAS: "MANIAC ON NAS: "DAY OF ANGER"
& Weekend shifts avail INC. 1966 Ford Galaxy 500. 2 Dr., HT., V-8, WHEELS" Color Racing Drama, Color Western Starring Lee Van

Apply 6238 103rd St.BURGER. m.5514 Realtors down.auto trans. AC, $650. As low as 5100 Starring Brad Harris and Cleff and Walter Reilla, "GP"VG

CHEF 7712082WE Royce Smith Used Cars Graham Hill, "G" G W min.) (112 min.)

771015SMUSCIANS WANTED Call us for BUY quick& SELL service.EQUITIES 890CassatAve. 384-3658 Navy Day Date ChangedJaxThe .

Horns, Guitar, Vocalists for Rhythm Morrison I.Taylor,Inc. 1971 BMW 2002
& Blues Rock Group, to play local 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. Low mileage, Immaculate,
military clubs. 7715934 after 5:30: 771-3502 737.384 throughout. 3881194.MUSTSELLQUICKLY. Board of Directors of the Navy League of

p.m. the United States has voted to change the date on which

LAKESHORE AREA '66 Ford Fairlane V.8, Red, 2 Dr., air. Navy Day is celebrated, effective next October.
MISCELLANEOUSINCOME Private owner. Immaculant. 3 Br., Lt. (Argentine Navy) Jorge Troltlno,.
L.R., D.R., eat-ln-kitchen, large bath, 771-3211 Ext. 519, 516, 512._ The decision was made at the semi-annual meeting in
WWcarpet, large patio
Fenced yard.
TAX Close to bases. Equity or Refinance NEEDTOSELLQUICKLYGood San Juan Puerto Rico.
Call 771-2634 for appointment. VA or FHA. Call 384-3206. deal, 65 Buick Stationwagon,
Military Tax Service 3731 RendaleDr. exc. cond. AC R&H, Green. Call Navy Day will be celebrated on Navy League National

NEW HOMES LCDR Juan Saralegul (Argentine October 13 instead of October 27, President Thomas Morris told

ARECORDEDMESSAGE BY A 3 & 4 BR, 2 baths Built.In-Range, Navy), 771-4837 or 771-3211 Ext. 519. as had been the case since it was the Board of Directors that, while

LEADING ANNOUNCERTells Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,300 up. begun by the Navy League in he regretted the abandonment of

you how you may become a FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy. USED VOLKSWAGENS 1922. the tradition, it was necessary
DISC JOCKEY Edw. O. Lyon Broker, 384-5354. 100 PERCENT GUARANTEED The October 27 date was because the Navy Departmenthad

Call VAAPPROVEDFor 355-2944 any hour 100 PERCENTGUARANTEED USED DOMESTICS selected because it was the birth- decided to establish October

Veterans and servicemen PRESCOTT,ARIZONA Financing and full coverage, Insurance day of President Theodore 13 as the birthday of the Navy.
Offers best climate In the state. also available. Roosevelt, the most influential President Morris said that it
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. Historic old ranch developed Into 2. JOHN JENKINS USMC Ret. official involved
public in the would be too difficult for the
1925. Off ice K5 0911 Res 264 4214
Dogs and Cats Boarded. acre homesltes near Prescott -
creation of the Navy League in Navy League to celebrate two
Pick up & Delivery Available. National Forest. Two acres: $1995.-
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. low terms. For full details write Mrs. FOR SALE 1902. Navy Days in one monthPAYMENT
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 1970 Suzuki SOCC. Perf. cond., with 2
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 North 7th St., Phoenix 85006. Helmets.Shields.$210 firm. 73365373-
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064.(( 8 P.M. a

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NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO 67VWSQUAREBACK
Consoles, some with AM.FM. tape CASH Clean, one 'owner, good condition, .'
We buy, .sell and trade equities.
72826.
R&H $950. Phone
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate Louise T. Bailey
stock. Full warrantyl Phone 771-0409.
7713605 Broker
KLEPPER MASTER FOLDING BOAT

CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS' Sea Gull Century Plus w$75 free
2.1971 Singer Zig Zags Sewing extras. How about $325. Will sell
FHA-235TT YES Here's something new for budget-conscious, val .awar. young
Machines-left unclaimed. 164 ea. Cashor individually. J.A. Keating. Lot 27,
Americans,from Westside Volkswagen! Pick payment and pick
& your
central heating
2 Lg. BR; Big den
Terms. Call 737.6502 night or day. Rlvervlew Trailer Park, Black Creek, .
workshop. 3871213. your car you'll/ know exactly what you will/ pay monthly for these
Ask air. Separate
for Claims
Mgr. U.S. 17 So.
Richard L. VanSandt Realtor great new cars. But come see us soon.these prices are In effect only
durir- nur Inventory Reductions which ends January 31st.
LIVE CRABS 1968 CADILLAC CONY.
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Wilford's Fish Camp /Bl l
264.9707 .RENTALS' Met.blue,full power,AC,33,000 miles.
: .: Bal.of fact.war.,assume bal. of loan.
FOR SALE Call Sandy Gordon, 737.3000
Dinette with 4 chairs, woodgrain
ROOM FOR RENT 1971 FORD COBRA 351
table, top excellent cond. S35. 771- 4 PB, PS, AC,
Run of the house. Kitchen privileges. Spd. Wide Ovals,
9672.
5930 LaMoya Ave. Across from K- Chrome wheels, Low Mileage. 771.
Mart.Off Wesconnett. 771-7060 2398.

HEATING 1971 VW CAMPER FIVE '69 VW SEDANSNo.
Central Furnaces, Wall Furnaces, POST STREETLg. With Pop-Up Top, $3300. 772-3121 or
Space Heaters,Clean and repaired. .3 Br. Home, Furn. 3 men or coupleonly:5175..1 264-7130
Tyler's Heating& Air Cond. yr. lease. 384-6852. 2317 Green, R&H, WWT
388.5161 No. 5801 Silver, R&H, WWT
4711 Palmer Lake Shore 67 VW Fallback No. 8688 Red, R&H, WWT. 1 6
SWAP WANTED ORANGE PARK 6 mos. warr. New tires( battery & No. 5940 White, R&H. 48
with ATI In Jax. area, on shore duty. 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dishwasher brakes. $995. or 64 Pontiac Bonnevllle No. 0604 Blue, R&H.Automatic per
Elizabeth Stawgn. $695. 284-5238 collect. 6 miles month
My EAOS and TCD is Jan. 1975. My Drapes Carpets stick Shift, WWT
duty Station Is VA42 NAS Oceana, Va. AptS. 771.1405 or 771.3355. south of Orange Park. .
Annual percentage rate 11 percent. Interest
Contact
ATI Pasenen, AV-ARM oiv. $187.55, Documentary stamps $2.25, Total note
AT Phone Shop, NAS Oceana, Va. Bch., Va. BEING TRANSFERRED' 51,444.10 30 payments at $43.16, Trade-In $400
7034252558. Let a retired Navy man who understands nllll!
I f 0 'V'NE
YOUR problems managethe ir1a ay1 i.N
rental of your house until you THREE '70 VW SEDANS
return to Jax.Bartleson .
REAL ESTATEFOR O'Neill & Payne, Inc.
1147 So. Edgewood Ave. 15

SALE 388.9311MOBILE $ 56

2 lots near Cecil Field and NAS. Withor per
without Mobile Homes. 771-8386. :'
HOMES :..r. month

No. 5228 t Red, R&H, WWT.: .
Black HIDDEN WATERS No. 4199 Light Blue, R&H, WWT.
Creek, 'Canal Lake lots
or VA FINANCINGNo No. 9494 ,Yellow R&H,
available. Excellent fishing, boating, money down on New Star Mobile Annual percentage rate 11 percent Interest
swimming. Mobile Home area. High, Home. Ask for Ted or Bob.B $218.95, Documentary stamps '$2.55, Total note -
wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E. &J Mobile Homes $1,684.50 30 payments of $56.15, Trade-in $400.WESTSIDE. .,. .a
Lake Asbury on No.. 209, La Rue. 725- 3738 Philips"' Hwy. I .
3992. J

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HOUSE FOR SALE < \:: :: ;; ::::;: : : : : ::; ; :"v\x..:..;. {
3 Br. Brick, Central Heat & Air,'Near JUSTISS TRAILER PARK ..- ::: :: : :: : ;:::: :::: : :::::: ::::::<.:. *l
Roosevelt Mall 388-6131 \Otr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean, modern DEERSPRINGS !

trailers and apts. 389-3077. t ; } i it"

1 NEW BIG HOMES ESTATES INc.
I Immediate Occupancy TRAILER LOT FOR RENT VOLKSWAGEN
Varlng, 3-4 Br., 2-2V* b., all/ w-central 1 acre, $35.00. Between Orange Park ...ATKEYSTONE ; ,
heating and AC. Deluxe kitchens, 'and Mlddleb r 2823571., HEIGHTS "

carpeted.In lovely' South Some Wood with, lust flreplaces..AII across the MOBILE HOMESITES : =!tl !l 't'

bridge In M a nd a r i n...$36000.$39000. FOR SALE 2Br. Clyde W. Simpson& Co
As little as 10 percent down. 1968 Capella M-H, In secluded area.

We also build to order. ., A.C., washer, stove & refrlg. REALTOR 356-6849

-*-.L..Walter. Benjamin Inc.- ..Ready..for., Immed. ,..occup. Call 264;.s.
Realtors- 268-S5M 7n .

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27, 1972
'_ JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE ,15


I NWCA 86 Installs N--"ew Officers .

... ... LI_
jax In a candlelight Blevinis, Vice President 4 6
ceremony, the Navy Wives Clubof Raymond Ganthner, ; Mrs. and revealed to all members her
America, Jacksonville No. 86 Secretary, Mrs. Recording thanks for the confidence they
installed their 25th slate of officers Corresponding Henry Holt, had placed in her leadership.
Saturday night. Richard Goldsberry Secretary, Treasurer; Mrs. Captain Reginald V Berry,
; Medical Director of Child
Chaplain Roger Spencer was Mrs. Gary
Hartman
installing officer. Parlementarian Guidance Clinics in Jacksonville,
; and Mrs St.
"Ours is a club to be proud of, Charles Davis, Chaplain. branch Augustine of the and Duval the associate County
and we can continue to carry on
with Outgoing officers aside from Juvenile Court, was the guest
NWCA spirit, the
in a true Mrs. Howard included speaker.Mrs. .
: Mrs.
of each and
backing
complete Thomas Bennett, Vice President; Jesse Bush received the
of members and
every one our Mrs. Richard O'Rourke, highest awarded pin in the Navy
husbands. It without
their goes Recording Secretary; Mrs. Wives Clubs of America, the
saying, without them" we would Phillip Blevins, Corresponding sunburst brooch, for having
not be Navy wives. Secretary; Mrs. Jesse Bush, served 24 consecutive months on : '
With these words, Mrs. Owen Treasurer; Mrs. Richard the board of directors, here at .fi
King accepted the gavel as the Goldsberry, Parlementarian; Jax No. 86.Among .
new president of NWCA No. 86 and Mrs. Owen King, Chaplain.Mrs. the guests for the
from Mrs. Billlloward.Rounding evening's activities were: Capt.
Howard, in her outgoing and
Mrs. John R. Kincaid,
out the slate of new
speech as president, expressedher
Commanding Officer of NAS
officers are: Mrs. Phillip aim to see the club grow, Jax; Capt. and Mrs. R. V. Berry,

USN, Ret.; Capt and Mrs. J.D. P
Collins, Special Projects Officerof
ComFair Jax.; Capt. and Mrs. ,G'
C.D. Simonson, USN Ret.;
Chaplain and Mrs. Roger s,
Spencer; Chaplain and Mrs.G.J.
Evans; Mrs. Jack Cato, Past
President of NWCA Dixie Area
Council; Mrs.'Fitfield, Presidentof 30 YEARS LCdr. O.C. Anderson, Security Officer, awards B.E.
NWCA Cecil Field No. 121; Downing, NAS assistant fire chief,his certificate of appreciation for 30
Mrs. Murray Dike, President of years of service for the military.
NWCA Mayport ,No. 201; and
Mrs. Tom Hanrahan, Presidentof
NWCA Glynco No. 179. F Yjjf**-"' **
,
''l.r y ,u r Chaplain George J. Evans
offered the benediction before the GloucesterApartments
evening's dance music was 2
t provided by the Holidays.


PONT DUAY-www YOURSTKTfc

VOTING- 23.4 BEDROOM
WASHER AND DRYER HOOK-UPS

Lt-WS'I'" Largest Apartments in Jacksonville

OLDANDTHE NEW.,.Mr..Owen King (left) accepts the gavelas ..- L
415 BAYMEADOWS ROAD PHONE 717-2723
the new President of NWCA Jax No. U from Mrs. Bill Howard, _. (Only 15 Min.from NAS.JAX) f*
outgoing President. I'-=::-.-.. f


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\ Iiii- Servicemen Of The Quarter




Honored By NATTC C.O. .



3 J, i Yv i ,t lRy SSGT Stephen F. Kittinger and a ceremony in the commanding families will receive meals,
AE1 Alvin L. Reynolds are officer's office. sightseeing, and entertainmentfree
NATTC's new Servicemen of the NATTC commanding officer, of charge on the St.
Quarter. Nominated as co- Capt. John E. Kennedy, will Augustine tour.
I holders of the honor,the,two were award each of them a letter of SSGT Kittinger and AEl
selected out of a field of six commendation,a NATTC plaque, Reynolds earned the honor of
nominees. All NATTC military and a certificate for dinner at the being NATTC's Servicemen of
personnel in pay grades E-6 or Candlelight. the Quarter while on temporaryduty
below are eligible to compete for As Servicemen of the Quarter, in.the. NATTC Special
+ 1f Serviceman of the Quarter If each man also receives a certificate Services Division. During the
] Aeila' nominated by their division. from the U.S.O. for a one- winter they have been responsible -
The two Servicemen of the day tour of St. Augustine. Both for organizing and directing
tr? Quarter will be honored today in men and their immediate NATTC's intramural sports

progiam
This year through the efforts of
these two men, NATTC has had
an especially active intramural
program. During the football
Y nt season NATTC students formed

two football leagues. Additional

;".. THOMAS LESTER receives I 30 Year Service Pin from Capt. C.W. students have participated in
' Lewis, Jr., Commanding Officer of the Naval Hospital. Mr. Lester a 1 r. ping pong and pool competition.As .
tpent four years in the Army and has been In the Naval Hospital's Ir 9a a organizers and directors of
Food Service Division for 2iVt years. NATTC's intramural program,
Kittinger and Reynolds deserve
---------------------- >a much of the credit for the success,
rI of this year's active program.In .
I 1971 MODELS I II addition to their work in

special services, both men are
SKYLARKS IMPALAS LTD's I cited for their normal work as
instructors in AE"A" School.
I LeMANS MALIBUS 40 to select from! I The two are regarded as being
highly motivated, extremely
well.ualiied instructors. Eachis
: credited with having genuine
I $2995EFULLY concern for students and taking
extra time to help students who
SSgt. Kittinger AEl Reynolds are having problems.

I EQUIPPED INCLUDING FACTORY AIRI' SSGT Kittinger is a native of

I eMOST HAVE VINYL ROOFS..TRADES ACCEPTEDI' :::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::$::::;::::::::::::::: Long Beach, California. He
.UP TO 100 PERCENT CREDIT UNION FINANCING! reported to NATTC in March 197r(
I I AL BONATI from duty in Da Nang, Vietnam.
1

I ,. 50GAI.1.0NSI ; ORGAN-HORN CivilianMenu

:'- & VOCAL
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,;' ... Monday through Saturday .
I With Each Purchase I Bring This Adi : :

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I M.A. McDOUGALL, USN Ret. BILLY M. HANKINS, USN RetECONO .. SPECIAL" RATES
per person
56.00 Jax Following is the Civilian
FOR SERVICEMEN double occupancy
AUTO SALES Cafeteria Menu for the week of
; Entertainment nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge ft Dine at Biser't Seafood Jan. 31' thru Feb. 4:
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, OlympicSwimming
Main at Union Downtown Pool', Free Undercover Parking Monday,Jan.31
I
Phone 3535536THyRSMFEB,3tirirSUN.FEB
J Tomato Soup, Barbeque
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Chicken, Country Steaks with
J4tDIWLE"MOTOR Yellow Rice, Meat Sauce and
Macaroni, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin,
6 .
> I HQTEL Fish.
Mashed Potatoes, Rice with
'JACKSQNVILLE'COLIE M'' 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,
Peas Beets Pinto Beans.
8 BIG Within walking distance to all points of interest. ,
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad
SHOWS! Chef Salad Bowl, Plain
JeUo, Fruit Jello, Fruit with
Cottage Cheese, Plain Cottage
5 5' SERVICEMEN: Cheese, Fruit Cup, Potato Salad,
1 q Cucumber Mix.
.
Apple Pie, Buttered Cocoanut,
Handy loans Rice Pudding, Assorted Pudding.
Tuesday,Feb.1
Chicken Rice Soup, Roast Beef
oj Round, Swiss Steaks, Mushroom
; from offices that Sauce, Veal Parmesan, 7 oz.
Chopped Sirloin, Fish.
Mashed Potatoes, Rice with

are handyto Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,
: Corn, Spinach, Navy Beans.
BAR: NUM'BAILEY CIRCUS Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad
Chef Salad Bowl, Plain
Alt NEW get to. Jello, Fruit Jello, Fruit Cottage
102""EDITIONPERFORMANCES Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese,

:THURS.7:30 PM FRI.4i15: ft.,11 PM Fruit Cup,Waldorf Salad, Health
SAT. 10:30: AM,2:30: &.,15 PM. SUN.2130"6:00 PM 6475 Roosevelt Ivd. 384-6461 Salad. '
10242 Atlantic Blvd. 721-3030 Apple Pie, Strawberry Short

AI S..tsI..rv.d SAVE $1 10N,KIDS UNDER 12 2200 Mayport Rd.Atlantic Bch.: 246.6456 Pudding.cake, Egg Custard Pie, Assorted

$5.00-$4.00-$3.00;.. w .. FRI.'. MAT. & SAT. MORN. Wednesday,Feb.2

Leave money, a Minestrone Soup, Roast Turkey
-.- TICKETS ON SAU AT COUStUM BOX HEMMING PARK with Corn Beef and
Dressing,
( TICKET Of Fid*CIVIC AUDITORIUM REGENCY SQUARE purchase, combine
FOR TICKET INFORMATION CALL 354.1041: other bills..whatever Cabbage, Smothered Pork
Q Cutlets, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin,
fOR BEST SEATS Mail ThiS Coupon NowlIMCUNO the need..for up Fish.

MOS.CIRCUS "AKI CMICd ''''A.... TOClrc''.y.rf_....Dn.1, to
C.I.um; ,::100 W. .,St. AI".Li".01. u.cvsJ.ckwnvil. $600 lust call Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
.,Fb.:33303 TRU n..S '121'" friendly Bob Adams. Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,.
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String Beans
Squash, Black
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N_ Irr.'" PrW) UT.FELt 2:31/M OtIIPMSUR.FEI.O GENERAL FINANCE Chef Salad Bowl, Plain

.I' AuN.I IVL n..I 0.80PMCUMrw Jello, Fruit Jello, Fruit Cottage
ICItt s.M .TDf.; wiw II. Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese;,
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Department has designed a
T, special preventive dentistry w / : .
program for NATTC dependents.The b/ 4 nile
i program is scheduled for
Children's Dental Health Week,
.
January 31 through February 7.
The special program is for
.
dependents age 5 through 18 who
j have not visited the dentist
jj during the last year.
Parents must go to the Dental
wA Department one weekday be-
tween8:00: a.m. and 3:00: p.m. to
., vW, rM make arrangements for their ,Y 'E'EI1
child's visit.
At this time they will be givenan
appointment for their child,
.1"11 Instructions, and a special tooth-
j paste for the child to use before
his appointment. No appointments -

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Taking a break from her studies at UCLA in co-ed Janice
,Sullivan, who plans to teach French after' graduation. ,If you ComfairjaxNeeds
envy the students who will be lucky enough to receive the bene. r
fits of her instruction, maybe you should invest in your education
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24' WIDE Mobile Homes in N. Florida! Affairs must be Office.able Interested to type (about persons 20

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We Trade for Anything any journalistic or public ARBOR DAY LCdr. R.G. Johnson (L)', Assistant Administrative
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to Battleships'' Floor Plans IN| STOCK I Applicants should call 772-2591- MAA, lowers one of nine Magnolia trees into its place during Arbor
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.., lax Sports BriefsATHLETIC In Intramural Stays BasketballJax I



!?.'1'.1'. .'. 1-.1-n_ .+. h t I"r.1'-1 -Pi1'. .. I.I.I' .... .h..JI&_..ilh.l.& & 1&._J.&.fIh. .A.. VP-5 won two close It looked like Air Ops was going
Intramural games in Intramural Basketball to drop it's second game of the
ADVISORY APPLICATIONS FORLIFEGUARDS action last week to run their week as they trailed Hospital 24-
Basketball MEETINGJax record to 6-0 in the American 22 at the half but they came back
-A meeting of the Athletic AND SWIMMING League while VW-4 won it's only with a hot band in the second half
StandingsAMERICAN Advisory Committee will be held INSTRUCTORSJax game of the week to challengeVP5 to breeze by Hospital 61-49.
:, today at 1 p.m. in the conference with a 5-0 record.In McGee led Air Ops with 20 points
room at Bldg. 1000. Cdr. T.L. The NAS Jacksonville their first game last week while Klein had 23 for Hospital.In .
LEAGUEW Zackowski will serve as chair- Special Services is now taking VP-5 downed a stubborn VP-49 the only other game playedin
L man.The purpose of the meeting applications for lifeguards, team 70-64.( VP-5 trailed by 33-27 the American League, Com-
VP-5 6 0 is to reorganize committees and swimming instructors and pool at the half before breaking lose in .Fair Jax edged by FICEUR 44-40.
VW-4 5 0 explain the primary responsibilities maintenance personnel for the the second half. Arthur was VP- NATTC leads their league, as a
679th 3-1 functions with 1972 summer season. Applicantsfor 5's high point man with 26 points result of having played one more
VP-49 2 1 emphasis on developement and lifeguard must hold current but it was Rescorla's 13 second game than the Bees and the
HOSPITAL 3 3 operation of the station sports Red Cross or Y.M.C.A. Senior half points that led VP-5's Marines, with their 5-0 record.
COMFAIRJAX 2 3 program. AU commands units Lifesaving Certificates. Ap- comeback after he had scored Their fifth win was a 62-31 win
AIR OPS 2 3 and departments which are plicants for swimming In- only two points in the first half. over Communications.
FICEUR 1 4 members of the NAS Jax Com structors must be Red Cross Anderson also played a large role Communications also helpedthe
ADMINISTRATION 1 5 posite Recreation Fund are Water Safety Instructors or in the win with 19 points. Mitchellled Marines maintain their undefeated .
NDRC 1 6 requested to send two Individuals Y.M.C.A. Leader Examiners. VP-49 with 24 points.In record as they fell to
NATIONAL to serve as delegates to this Apply at the NAS Jacksonville their game with the Administration Marine Barracks 6528. The
LEAGUEW L committee meeting.INTRAMURAL Special Services,. Building 704, team VP-5 won a Marines also downed FAW1159-
NATTC 0 GOLF SEASON Room 105. low scoring 48-41 contest. 48 as Austin led the winners with -c/, t
BEES 5 0 Jax The beginning of the Rescorla had 15 points to lead 25 points.
MARINE BARRACKS 4 0 Intramural Golf season has been VP-5 while Hall led.Admin with 17 The Bees matched the Marine
4 LIFESAVING COURSEJax Barracks 4-0'record with 6644
a
delayed until February 7 due to a points.
MEDICAL 3 2 lack of team rosters. Any unit or Special Services Is VW-4 also remained unbeatenlast victory over NARJAX. Stone led ;,
MARTD 2 2 conducting a Red Cross Senior the Bees with 15 points.
command interested
in week the
par- as they dropped
VP-16 2 Lifesaving Course at the NAS
2 In other last week In the
ticipating is asked games
to turn their NDRC team by a score of 59-49 as
FAW-11 i 3 Jacksonville Indoor Pool on the
roster to the athletic office im- Heath led the VW-4 attack with 19 National League, Matsg made it
MATSG 1 5 mediately. evenings of March 8 and 9 from 5- three losses in one week for
NARJAX A 4 INTRAMURAL PISTOL 7:30 p.m. Anyone Interested in points. Communications with a 47-32
COMMUNICATIONS 0 4 MEETINGJax taking this course may registerat NDRC played two other games victory,only to fall to MARTD bya
Building 704 or by calling Ext. last week, winning over Air Ops score of 52-34 as Long led
Volleyball .- An organizational 3111 or 3112.. 42-39 and losing to VP-49, who MATSG with 22 points in the .
meeting for the Intramural Pistol came back from their loss to VP-5 victory and 20 In the loss; and
League was held yesterday and BOWLING SCORESJax with a strong 80-43 win as Judice Medical edged VP-16 70 6 as
Standings any unit or command interestedin led VP-49 with 26 points. Johnson had 36 for Medical,

participating who was not able -In bowling action around , ,
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W L. ''to attend the meeting is asked to NAS last week Gil Foran, of the : : $" :" :: r4.@t*': :,;@,tf.i;;:m! ;;r- '.,':' ,,.w.: :
NARJAX .' n 1 contact the athletic office at Ext. US team in the Navy-Marine r A1.1. 1 1NEW
MARTD '10 3 3239 as soon as possible. Bowling League, raised his PR ICES TO
MATSG 8. JAX NAVY GOLF TEAM average from a 144 to a 152 in one 101.E SALE
A.c Maint 7. Jax-The Jax Navy Golf Team night with a 606 series. Foran ij
FICEUR 8 6 dropped a 305-319 match last had a'202-195-211 for his highestset
FAETU weekend to the Lake City ever.
4 10 & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCESNEW ::::
MARINE BARRACKS 2 10 Community College Golf Team. In the Continental League in & USED TV SETS :;
679th 0 12 Walt Kelczewski from Hospitalwith Intramural Bowling, J. Blackburn NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS,& STOVES
... a 75 and Harold Hooker from of the Tars team had a 189- NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERSAIR
\. NATTC with a 78 were low 222-199 for a 610 series and in the CONDITIONERSHrs. I :;::::
medalist winners for Jax. Ron' National League Llnsenmayer of 9 a.m. 7p.m. Come In& BrowseWJSCONNflt
Navy-Marine i Hill with 73, Rob Angers with a the Radar 17 team had a 192223175 -
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ARDSLEYS 54 22 Power Boat Club will hold a
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AOB Np. 2 3936% January 29 at 10 a.m.
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Jax .. The Glynco the Fliers were going to Hospital had 13. Glyncowas
", Basketball team, last make a game out of it as led by Alcaraz with 21
years 6ND champions, they took an early lead and points while Weese had 17.
handily took two games held it for about the first It was basically the
from the Jax Navy Fliers six minutes of the game. It same story in the second
l last weekend to make the was all Glynco's game game, played on Saturday
fourth and fifth straight after that t, though, as the afternoon as the Fliers fell
losses for the Fliers since Fliers were getting only by a score of 7960.
their season opening win one shot as they came Howard Lind led the Fliers
over Mayport.The down the court because of with 19 points while
Fliers were without Glynco's superior strength Carroll Judice from VP-49,
the talents of their two top under the boards. The MarkWarner and Paul
scorers,. Otis McGee and final result was Glynco 85. Tuggey from MARTD had
V Horace Hooper, for both of Jax 59. Mark Warner from 10 points apiece.
last weekend's games.As Air Ops led the Fliers Glynco's balanced
the first game started effort with 29 points while scoring consisted of
Friday night it looked like Howard Lind from Alcaraz with 15 points,
,.> Lucas with 14, Lampmanwith
14 and Johnson with

i 11.This weekend the Fliers I j t _
will travel to Gulfport,
LONG SHOT-Mark Warner((21)),from Air Ops,pumps in two of his
Mississippi for the 6ND- 29 points he scored in a 85-59 losing effort for the Fliers last Friday
Basketball tournament. night against the Glynco team.
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