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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 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. 44 Published In The Interest of. Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida FEBRUARY 3, 1972

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Hunters EndPlayground \\ Teen Club ::


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Jax Capt. John R. Kincaid,
r NAS Jax Commanding Officer,
The children at the Palm Avenue ExceptionalChild will officiate at the ribbon cutting
for the Grand Opening of the Nas
Center have a new set of playground equipment, h
Jax Teen Club 537
thanks to the Bldg. ,
officers and men of VW-4. tomorrow at 4:30: p.m. :

Early last year, Cor. Paul L. ATCS Scanlon raised con i ., .M Following the ribbon cutting, ..
Siverly, commanding officer of .tributions from local branches of an open house will be held until 8p.m.
VW-4, discovered that the school the Fleet Reserve Association. :; ,, 7T) : ;
needed special equipment and The Palm Avenue Exceptional ui '. The new Teen Club will featurea
immediately set out to providethe Child Center serves the trainable "':" ., game room with ping pong, pool

necessary funds. mentally and physically han- ., ,:" "Y, :.....' tables, pinball machines, a Navy
His request for help from the dicapped children of Duval e .' "" ", Exchange snack bar and a large 1.
men and their wives in his County. Y ballroom for dances.
command resulted in an enthusiastic The faculty guides the students Live bands will be scheduled
fund-raising cam through a carefully structured, every Saturday night, with the
paign. non-institutional program in an first dance Saturday featuring r

Two Hurricane Hunters, Ll effort to teach and develop basic ON THE RUN-Children at the Palm Avenue Exceptional Child the music of "Mad Dog."
L.J. Jackson and ATCS J.J. motor skills. The renovation of Bldg. 537 has
Center try out their new playground equipment. Officers from VW-4/
Scanlon, volunteered to head the The playground is a scaled- which provided the equipment, are in the background. extended from the initial 'plan j
canvassing effort which ning stages last August with the
.' raised down obstacle course designed to support of CBU-410, the Public f
ultimately enough
money
\ build
help physical and motor
:: to fill the school's needs. skills of Reserves Works Department, Navy Exchange -
crawling, climbing and Enjoy
d", The VW-4 Wives' Club conducted Special Services and
t.: : numerous baked goods jumping.The self-help from NATTC MATSG,
t sales in the Hurricane Hunters' Palm Avnue children gain NARF NAS FICEUR. NARTU, .
hanger and rummage sales in the confidence and improve coordination Integrated StatusJax and members of the Teen Club. J
local community.Local through using the Future plans call for the :
business concerns were equipment completion of the interior
t contacted by Lt. Jackson and An equally important benefit is In his opening remarks at a recent Pentagon decorating, development of a .
!' added their gifts to the growing that the obstacle course providesa press conference, Secretary of the Navy John H. Chafee picnic area and the programmingof

t" fend. lot of pure fun. remarked that the Navy plans to completely integratethe The special operation teen events.of the Teen Club

Naval Reserve in all planning for the modernizationof will be under the direction of the

CorrectionDue the Navy. NAS Special Services Department .
I..v. Among the. important points cited by Mr. Chafee
\\ to a, printing error, 'fiscal\ year' 'l had been 1d-:"' ( relevant to the Naval Reserve Forces are: The Teen Club will have the
last week's Navy creasedby "12 billion".The -- following schedule_ : Fridays, 4-12
Newsgram said the Navy's actual increase was two 1. Naval Reserve Coordinatorshave 6. Naval Reserve Force snips p.m.; Saturdays, 2-12 p.m.; and ,
budget for the current billion. been established on the are manned by mixed active and Sundays, 2-7 p.m.RAdm. .
Staff of the Chief of Naval Reserve crewsoperatingtogether
Operations, the bureaus, and one weekend a month Loeffler :
SECNAV CNO Make major offices in the Systems and during their annual active
Commands-a step which will duty training period. At Exchange
help insure greater opportunityfor 7. Contributory support of
Fellows AppointmentsJax consideration of Reserve active force missions is an im- Jax-RAdm.Heinz H.Loeffler,

.. matters in the early stages of portant aspect of the employment who is on two weeks of active
HJohn H. Chafee, LCdr. Bernard F. McMahon, a planning, programming and of the Naval Reserve. reserve training with the Navy
i Secretary of the Navy, and Adm. former Commanding Officer of budget formation. Reserves work directly with Resale System Office in New T
t Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr., Chief fo the fleet minesweeper USS 2. The Naval Air Reserve their active duty counterparts in York, r .ived here yesterday for r
Naval Operations, have announced Detector (MSO-429)), has Force presently has the highest efforts that directly support the a week-long study of what is F
the appointment if two .
peacetime combat readiness active forces. The current considered the NRSO's largest
assumed the duties
junior Naval officers as the first as Secretary rating in its history, resulting strength of the Naval Reservenow Navy Exchange and Commissary
of the Navy Fellow for one ,
Secretary of the Navy and Chief year;
primarily from a reorganizationwhich
stands at officers and complex.
49,897
and LCdr. Donald G. Gentry has
of Naval Operations Fellows.
began in mid-1970. men. The admiral will primarily
3. The Air Reserve has clearly Some 490,116 officers and men observe the organization of the
demonstrated the capability for are in the Ready ,Reserve, of complex main offices here at
immediate deployment of Fleet- which 129,000 are in a drill pay NAS Jax, and will tour branch
sized Air Wings fully manned, status.' facilities at Cecil Field and
equipped with combat capable Mayport.

aircraft, and operationally readyto O'Club Honors RAdm. Loef president and
perform all phases of carrier chairman of the Exeter PaperCo.

[ operations. VAdm. TownsendJax ., Inc., In Chicago and a con-
4. The exceptionally high levelof sultant to the Secretary of the
readiness is also attributed to fAll officers in the Navy's Naval Officer Career
the large number of combat- rank of Commander and Management Study would ,
4 experienced aviators released to above in the Fleet Air assume duty as commandingofficer
the Reserve Force following Jacksonville area and their of NRSO in case of
;., tours of operations off the coast of ladies_are invited to participate mobilization.
Vietnam..
in a reception in
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Reserve is concerned, commandand Townsend COM-
operational control and .
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readiness responsibilities for all reception will be in
V. Naval Reserve Force destroyersand the form of a no host 2-hour
I minesweepers have been cocktail party with
transferred to the Commanders
hors d'oeuvres Feb 11
responsible for their active force r
II counterparts. from 7-9 .p.m. at the NAS
SOLEMN HONORS-Mrs. Everett R. Williams of Jacksonville Jax Officers Club.
I to her Uniform is service dress
receives the decorations awarded posthumously son LCpl. C
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Frank C. Williams, by' the government of South Vietman during a What's Inside blue.
i ceremony Wednesday at MARTD. Lt.Col D.G. Ranney, MARTD CO, Each command is urgedto
I presented Mrs. Williams with the Vietnamese Military Merit Medal, Civilian News, p.8 compile a list of their
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Galantry Cross with Palm and a citation signed by Nguyen Van Thieu,
Chief ofStaff's
I President of South Vietnam. LCpl Williams was killed in action while Sports P,15 COMFAIRJAX
supporting South Vietnamese troops in April 1969. secretary, Bldg. 1. RAdm., Loeffler
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CLUB SCHEDULES!

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Pirates CPO Officers Hancock Support g&tfa6iS

Cove Club Club Hall ,

Monday thru Thur

11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday 8 Saturday
11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday. II am. to 1 a.m. Your '
Friday Friday,Feb.4 Cake, Orange Pudding.
11a.m.-1I p.m
11 a.m. to 1 .
a m SANDWICH LINE
: Sloppy Joes
Friday & Saturday Tues. Thurs. Sunday BREAKFAST Chilled. GrapefruitJuice on
Saturday 11 a.m. to Ia.m. l1a.m..l1p.m. Noon to Midnight Hot Buttered Grits, Fried Eggsto Hamburger Bun.Grilled Hamburgersor f.
9 a.m. to 2 a.m. Frl.sat Order, French Toast 'w-Syrup, frankfurters, French Fried
11a.m..la.m. Monday thru Thur Choice of Ham or Pork Sausage., Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans,
Sunday Club Baked Beans Yankee Corn Bread, Dessert Bar
9a.m. to Midnight 11 a.m. to Midnight Pastry Bar.DINNERI. Tuesday, Feb.I
Mulligatawny Soup, BREAKFASTS Chilled Tomato A.
Italian Spaghetti, Italian Meat Sauce, .Juice* Hot. Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to ,
Meat Balls Pizza Pie, Garlic Bread, Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice t
Ink Spots ComingTo Parmesan Cheese, Buttered of Bacon or Sausage, Baked Beans
... '_-- Asparagus, Buttered Carrots, Peach Pastry Bar.DINNER t
Pie, Chocolate Cookies. : Vegetable Soup, Hot
I SANDWICH LINEl Chicken Salad, Turkey Sandwich, Turkey Gravy,
Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Snowflaked Potatoes, Cranberry
Chiefs Club EJtI wmw French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips Sauce, Boiled Pinto Beans, Buttered
Baked Beans Dessert Bar. Green Peas, Salad Bar, Pecan Pie,
SUPPER: Seafood Platter of Fish Chocolate Krlnkles.
Portions Scallops & Shrimp or SANDWICH LINE Ham Salad,
Jax "The Fabulous Ink Their present repertoire in- Barbecued Beef Cubes, Baked Cheeseburgers or Frankfurters,
Spots", known the world over, cludes everything from their old Macaroni w-Cheese, Buttered Mixed French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips,
will slow fox trots to Latin music and Vegetables, Tartar Sauce, Salad Bar, Baked Beans Dessert Bar.
appearing at the NAS Jax $% $
F1g Iced Lemon Cake, Pineapple Pudding. SUPPERi Baked Virginia Ham,
CPO Club Feb. 9. current rock. SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham Pineapple Sauce, Mashed Sweet
This group of musicians has The many cross-country tours burgers or Frankfurters, Egg Salad Potatoes, Southern Style Corn, Buttered
long been identified as singers of made by the Ink Spots have Sandwich, French Fried Potatoes, Broccoli Spears Salad Bar,
ballads and sentimental converted them into one of IMtOTKSTANTNAVAI.AIK( Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert Banana Cake, Bread Pudding. ,I
songs. J STATION) Bar. SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham ;
However, they have now America's biggest box-office Saturday, Feb.S burgers or Frankfurters Deviled y)i
developed a new style, known as attractions. BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple Ham French Fried Potatoes, Potato
their "New Sound", which is as They usually play to sold out SUNDAY Juice, Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert Bar. \
hot and alive as modern-day audiences and since World War Church School (all ages) 9: Order, French Toast, Griddle Cakes Wednesday,Feb.9
w-Syrup Choice of Bacon or Luncheon BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple
a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine
II the has
audiences demand. group played every Meal, Cottage Fried Potatoes, Pastry Juice, Hot Wheat Cereal, Fried Eggsto
The group's fame: started backin Army, Air Force, Navy and Worship 10:30: at All Saints'Chapel. Bar. Order French Toast w-Syrup.
1939 with their rendition of "If I Marine installation in the United BRUNCH: at 9:30 Chicken Rice Choice of Sausage or Luncheon Meat
Didn't Care, which sold two States and many abroad. Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Soup, Grilled Ham & Cheese, French Minced Beef, Hashed Brown Potatoes
million and They have also become great High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel Annex Fried Potatoes, Salad Bar, Lemon' Pastry Bar.DINNER .
copies skyrocketedthem Meringue Pie,
Chewy Nut
Bars. : Cream of Potato Soup
to fame. ,favorites at night clubs, fairs and Junior and senior youth SUPPER Breaded Veal Cutlet, Grilled Beef Steak, Mushroom Sauce, \
at schools and colleges.NEWS. Fellowship-l: p.m.at Bldg. 722. Tomato Gravy Steamed Rice, But' Baked Potato w-Sour Cream. ':
Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at tered Squash Green Peas & Celery, Creamed Peas & Carrots, Buttered j
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.I small Chapel. Salad Bar, Apple Dilly Cake. But Brussel Sprouts, Salad Bar Boston !!
terscotch Pudding. Cream Pie, Peanut Butter Cookies. ;
Tuesday Sunday, Feb. K SANDWICH| LIME 'Grilled Ham- t
JA"AI
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange. burgers or Frankfurter, Ham & i
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Juice Hot Grits Fried Eggs to Order* Cheese: on Rye. French Fried 'j;
French Toast, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup 'i Potatoes', Potato Chips Baked Beans,
Service at small ;
p.m. Chapel. Choice of Ham or Pork Sausage Dessert Bar.
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Pastry Bar. vp';.', SUPPERI Fried Liver & Onions or
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian 'Enterprise Newspaper
NAVAL HOSPITAL .BRUNCH: at 9:30 French. Beef
Ontonjh I n. 'SuklyakU,Onion -Gravy; .Fried
distributed each Thursday af{ the U. S. Naval(; ;Air, Station Divine Soup, Grilled'' Cheeseburgers, Potato?': Rice, Seasoned Lima Beans, Buttered
Jacksonville Florida by'the Holt Publishing tonfpany.. a 'Lukes. Worship-io a.m. at St. Salad" Potato Chips Salad Bar/#*if; Corn Salad Bar, Tomato Spice Cake,

private firm. All Copy submitted for uein, the JAX A/rt, NE.W$ : Pineapple SUPpER Cream Pie ,Cream PUff2 Chocolate Pudding.
must b.e forwarded to the Public Affairs 'o Jtct( !. Box '2; NAS' \': CATHOLICSaturday ; Brown Gravy: pan& Mushrooms Roast of.'-aake4 Poi $, SANDWICH or, Frankfurters LINE Grilled Egg Salad Hamburgers -

Jacksonville. by 12:9Q1oon\ on Monday! before' ublicalon.iNelvs( ; Mass-5 p.m. at St. Potatoes wsour Cream,' Buttered.;r Sandwich/ .French Fried'potatoes,
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3l\8\ or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 F.F. Broccoli, Apple Sauce; SCAllope4 bar'Potato Chips, Baked. Beans, Dessert
3119. KffiWSa01Monday -Cake!
a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- i :BR.E KFAST: Chilled Grapefruit

"Everything advertised in this publication must he made Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and BREAKFAST ,Feb.7 Juice,'Hot Grits, Fried Eggs to Order,
Friday-11:30: a.m. Wednesday Hot Chilled Apple' Juice, Griddle Cakes. w-Syrup, Choice of
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race. Mass 11:30 a.m. at the Naval Order Hominy, Grits, Fried Eggs to Bacon or Ham, Home. Fried potatoes.,
creed color national the French Toast w.Syrup, Pastry ,
origin or sex of purchaser user or of Choice Bar.DINNER
Hospital Chapel. Saturday Luncheon Meat or Ham, Creamed : Chicken Rice Soup
patron. A confirmed violations! rejection policy of equal Ground
:' sio -4:15: and 5 p.m.. Beef, Hashed Savory Chicken
...' .Confe Brown Baked Chicken
npportunitiesby'an. advertiseir( will- result in the refusal' to print, Potatoes. Hot Chocolate. Pastry Bar Gravy, Mashed Potatoes Bread
advertising from that sourCe." -:- NATTC/ DINNER: Cream of &
<<; Oven Tomato Soup, Dressing, Hot Spiced Beets.' Peas
Roast
Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. in Gravy, Mashed of Beef, Brown Beef Celery, Salad Bar, Lemon Merlnque
Potatoes
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher. and l queries Building 500. Beans, Buttered SpinaCh.Creole Salad Snap Bar, Pie SANDWICH, Chewy Nut LINEr Bars.Sloppy foes on

.S concerning such should be directed to; Pumpkin SANDWICH Pie Iced Fruit Bars. Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor

i' LlNEI Grilled Hamburgers Frankfurters, French Fried
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Sandwich or, Frankfurters, Egg Salad Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked BeanS.

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville* Fla., 32210 VA estimates that 265,000 Potato Chips French Baked Fried Potatoes Dessert Bar.SUPPERi ,
guaranteed and insured loans Bar Beans Dessert Italian Meat Sauce
Telephone 388.2755 (including 25,000 mobile homes) Boiled Spaghetti, Pizza Pie, Toasted

VOL. 29 NO. 44 will be closed during fiscal Baked Hamtiurgl Buttered or Garlic Bread Seasoned Cabbage
FEBRUARY 3, 1972 year Noodles e. Egg Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Salad i
1972. Harvard Buttered Beets, MIxed Vegetables, Bar, Apple Dilly Cake, ,Butterscotch
Salad Bar, Yellow Pudding.



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News: t E Jax The is v.;
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1 Operation Snowy Beach Flagship of motor vehicle accidents and 4<
Operation Snowy Beach, the The Commander in traffic violations for the period of J j
Atlantic Fleet Amphibious Atlantic Fleet' is Jan. 7-23. 4\\
Force's first cold-weather lan- volunteers to man ) I Number of Accidents
,ding exercise since 1954 ended Lasalle (LPD-3)), soon This week 6 j
Jan, 27.The the flagship for the This week a year ago 1 I:
\ exercise had drawn court Force. Total accidents this year 21 a
I suits from environmentalists Lasalle was Total accidents through this 1
} claiming the landing would the replacement period last year 15 j
.. damage the landing beach at (AGF-1)), present c Total number of days since last AI
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1! Reid State Park in Maine. Force. injury in a motor vehicle ac- *,
The suits were dismissed, and When Lasalle cident 212 ?-
k. 'an inspection conducted after the summer, she will be Number of days since an injury
: troops left the beach showed the at Bahrain, an r last year at this time 128 ..
{ park in cleaner condition than miles off the Saudi e.xx ti Number of Violations {'4
in the Persian Gulf. This week 58''[<
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before the
landing.
Lasalle, an
Speeding 12 Jjj
inspection will be dock, j
transport Reckless driving 3
conducted this week to insure accomodate an Going through stop sign 7
,I'Another that no litter has accumulated squadron Other Violations 36 i
L since the first inspection. being modified for PROUD--Sgt. John f!. Robertson, Jr. and his wife, Twenty-six drivers appeared :; 1
smiles following notification that his application for before the Traffic Hearing Board j
: commissioning program has been approved by on Jan. 27. Disposition of the *1
Fla. Kidney Marine Corps. Knowing the supply system and Federal cases included the following: t .
may not have had anything to do with it, but the Eleven lost driving and parking
II ) themselves the proud parents of a son on Jan.23. privileges aboard the station for I
Needs YOUR various periods; twelve were
assigned to complete an eight
I hour course In remedial driving; j
Jax The Northeast Region of recognized the need Forget twenty-one received suspensions JJ:
the Florida Kidney Foundation, facility and has ; one was a warning; one '
,Inc.has undertaken a community $35,000 to aid this dismissed; twelve were fined :
project to establish a kidney (U.S. Magistrate); and none j'j'was
dialysis training unit (Artificial Donations of W-MIA were referred to commanding j I
Kidney Center) in Jacksonville.No volunteer services officer for possible disciplinaryaction. I
such facility now exists in make this project a '. I
this part of the state, so local Send ., ]:
residents stricken with kidney "Campaign y., .\' j i
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AMS1 Joseph D. Denn reenlisted for 4 years giving him a total of 19
years. He and his wife Sheila and three children reside in the
Jacksonville area.

George J. Menard recently reenlisted for 4 years putting him
on his way to the 12 year mark.
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FEBRUARY 3, 1972 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGES

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World War II ,
Vets li s+ 1 ReliefOffering

I P- Navy

Can Buy More. ,NSLI t -: ,


Jax Nearly four million dividends with VA can expect to __
,
veterans will be hearing from the hear from the agency in June or Wives Course ,)

Veterans Administration in the July. : ?

months ahead as the result of two PL 92-188 becomes effective _
bills signed into law Dec. 15, Mr. July 1, and these veterans have r"t Jax The Navy Relief
Odell W. Vaughn, Director, six months to decide if they wantto Society Annual Course for
volunteer wives will be
Veterans Administration use their dividends for ad-
Regional Office, St Petersburg ditional paid up insurance. conducted during Feb. 16
; through March 8.
announced Monday.Mr. All other eligible NSLI "

Vaughn said that VA in- policyholders will be notified in ,- __ Classes will be held ;
E.Y E.
surance officials'said 3.9 million advance of their policy an- I Mondays, Wednesdays and
veterans with "V" prefixed niversary dates (dividend due q t33 Fridays from 9 a.m. until
World War II National Service date) starting with those which noon in Bldg. 501.
Life Insurance (NSLI) policiesare become due next July
eligible under PL 92-188, Under the other new law, PL Free nursery care will be
commencing in July, to buy 92-193, many of these same provided by Navy Relief at ;
additional paid up NSLI with veterans and others will be the station Nursery while
insurance dividends. notified beginning next June MAD FOX OF THE YEAR-AZ2 Gary W. Paddock (above), Main. classes are in session.It .
They will be mailed information before renewal dates of their tenance Logs and Records Yeoman at VP-5 has been named the
and asked if they wantto NSLI policies about a, new in- squadron's Sailor of the Year. AZ2 Paddock works in the Maintenance is requested that 'all

use their dividends that way. surance plan called,Modified Life Administration Division.Voting hands inform their wives

About 25 percent, or one 70.The concerning this course.
million veterans, Mr. Vaughn purpose of this plan is to
reported are expected to apply in make it financially feasible for I Information \ Those wives desiring to

writing for the insurance which veterans with' term policies ), -, take advantage of this '
(premiums go up periodically) to course are requested to call
requires no physical ex- ;, *Are you from Puerto Rico? visor of Elections, Office of the
convert to insurance on which the Navy Relief Office
amination.Use Are you interested in voting in Superintendent General, Commonwealth 772-
of dividends to buy paid up premiums remain at a level 1972 of Puerto Rico, San 3515 or 389-5308 no later

insurance is common practice amount Juan, Puerto Rico, 00903., than Feb. 15.
Premiums may be lower than If you are, here's a date to
with commercial insurance remember-Feb. 1, 1972.
companies, it was noted. for other level premium in- The General Supervisor will This Course is availablefor
surance it was explained, If you, are not registered be- wives of both officers
Mr. Vaughn said 650,000 of the send you the "petition for registration" -
3.9 million NSLI policyholdershave because face value will be fore Feb. 1, 1972, you will not form which you must and enlisted personnel.HONDA'.
be able to vote in 1972.
accumulated insurance reduced 50 percent on the then complete and return in time
dividends with the agency. veteran's 70th birthday, when However, if you are a memberof for it to be received by the
many veterans feel they requireless the U.S. Armed Forces or General Supervisor not later
used to
These funds are pay
Puerto Rico National Guard stationed
insurance.The than the first day of February
any delinquent premiums to old Modified Life insurance outside of Puerto Rico, 1972.
-
prevent lapse of policies, unless has a face value you may register by mail using I
the veteran requests in writing reduction of 50 percent on the the Federal Post Card Application The General Supervisor will '
that his dividends be paid in cash,
Petition for
insured's 65th birthday. or by Registra- then mail you a registrationcard
or elects some other option, Mr. which must be completedand
About 200,000 veterans who tion.The MOTORS&CYCLES CO.
Vaughn explained. hold old Modified Life insurance request for the "petitionfor returned in time to be re. 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
Veterans having accumulatedDAVE'Doc'SMITH registration" should be ad- ceived by the General Supervisornot
will be
policies given an opportunity PHONE 771.8244
I to convert dressed to the General Super- later than March 5, 1972.
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TRAU'LE. SD3 Orial Selected


TODA'f, -' VP-45's Top- SailorJax i JncomeTaxRehir&5---' -


SD3 Hermenegildo. Squadron's Enlisted Coffee
Orial has been named VP-45's Mess.
591 PARK STREET first Sailor of The Month PLUS"bistantlax
for 1972. SD3 Orial was presented a
OFFICE 354-7331 In ceremonies held in Rota, Squadron Plaque and Letter of
HOME 381.1009jUICK.OPEL Spain, where the Pelicans are Appreciation from Cdr. C. F.

presently deployed, SD3. Orial Code, Commanding Officer of
was commended for his "con- VP-45. !

tinuous excellence, professional SD3 Orial's wife Betty and
competence and devotion to children Jan,Floyd and Dean are
duty as operator of the residing in Jacksonville .

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FEBRUARY 3
1972
i PAGE 6 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER. ,

Your Dental Health

"Straight fact*"from the

Dope ComFalr(c Drug Awareness Team" Teeth Should LastLifetime




: For A


v' OnDope Editor's .note: Despite modern knowledge, dental

< disease continues to afflict nearly everyone. It has been ,
4
1 M estimated that in the United States about 97 percent of at

the population suffers from dental decay or diseases of

the gums and other supporting,tissues of the teeth. Yet

dentists tell us that most tooth loss can be prevented and
animal
PCP Is used medically as an tranquilizer. starts.
that most dental disease can be stopped before

So that you may act to improve your oral health, the

Jax Air News, in cooperation with the Dental Depart- t

ment, today begins a series of articles entitled "Your

Drug InformationJax Dental Health."
substitutes for PT2 Meadows
world
are poor
In primitive societies, the l loss
those Nature us. It makes
gave
of all a man's teeth doomed him
to havea FICEURHonors
just about as much sense
An additional Also,personnel who wish to an early death from foot amputated and replacedwith
to obtain exemption from malnutrition.As .
counseling program an artificial one because one
concerned with drugs is prosecution under the civilization progressed and suffers with corns.Nevertheless .
being established here. UCMJ for previous use or man learned how to grow his about one
possession of illegal drugs food in the earth,he became less ,
in has lost all his
American eight
Enlisted volunteers are are strongly urged to dependent upon hunting and that about 25 MeadowsJax
which
teeth means
needed to fill eight billets. contact Master Chief Pitts meat for his diet ,
Volunteers must apply to or Chief Scott at. Ext It was now possible for him to million people in this country are
their department heads. 3161. survive without his teeth. dental cripples. FICEUR's Enlisted Man
For additional inExemption does not In fact, man began to look upon This is not to mention the of the Quarter Award has been
formation,call Chief Doan, apply to sale or transfer of the early loss l of teeth as millions more who have lost some presented to PT James R.
Ext. 2900. illegal drugs. desirable because of the pain of their teeth from tooth decay Meadows.PT1 .
and sickness he so often suffered and gum disease and will soon Meadows received the
with them.It lose more from the same cause. award for exceptional service to
has been only In recent times The tragedy of it all is that sucha FICEUR during the fourth
that man considered his teeth to l loss of'teeth is unnecessary. quarter of 1971.
be of any real importance. Until Dental science now knows His award reads in part:
iiniin n 11 n the major killing diseases: were enough about tooth decay and "During nearly three years at
brought under some measure of gum disease to prevent most of it FICEUR you have built, quality
MILITARYAUTOMOBILEI control, man had too many other from starting in the first place.If checked or rebuilt practically
things to worry about the disease has already every TTI (Tactical Target
I 111W Why should he have been started, early detection and Illustration) produced by
concerned about keeping his treatment will, in almost all FICEUR and eight supporting
teeth when his life expectancywas cases, save the afflicted teeth. naval air intelligence reserve
CIVILIANLOW only 35 or 40 years? There is no valid reason for any'man units.
Now, the average man will live woman, or child in the1970's You have aggressively pursuedall
RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS until 72 of age, and In his
years to endure the pain and these tasks in an exceptionally
? ;:;:::x<:.:.:*:::&: ?:fc:%:::::::::::::>::::K:::o: :?<*::ttf:::;:;:::::;:;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: seventies he will continue to need unsightliness of teeth afflicted outstanding manner, and your

AMERICAN MA PORT his natural teeth. with decay and gum disease or to pride .in your work has been
Still, we find many people become dental cripple with
reflected in' the praise 'of
INSURANCE AGENCY"TWO
INSURANCE AGENCY I...................................... today who would rather have artificial teeth. FICEUR's TTI's by USCIN-
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: their teeth removed and replacedby This series of articles will CEUR and by many of the

dentures. "Why put up with explain the nature of some of the reservists who have been to
OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU"Formerly
all those dental when
Continental Insurance Underwriters problems common dental diseases and how FICEUR for two weeks active
false teeth work just as well? they can be treated or prevented.Some duty training."

6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD MAYPORT ROAD they ask. preventive measures are PTl Meadows is FICEUR's
(Near NAS) (Near NS) They don't realize that the carried out by the dentist, but Tactical Target Illustration Final
Phone 388-7676 Phone 247-5(49 best replacement teeth In the most are up to YOU. Quality Control Analyst and Air

Operations Fleet Project
Program Instructor.
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Civilian Highlights Attention


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NARF Names New 1 Employees

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Department Head a i \4 Jax Concerned

employees of the

Jax- Phillip L.Smith has been a Management Analysis Officer, ,. Navy Exchange have
named NARF's newest Depart- designing and installing some of { expressed a need for

ment Superintendent the initial source data representation in
He will become Production automatlop and computerizeddata
Engineering Superintendent at systems within the activity.In NAGE.
the GS-14 level. January 1966 he was promotedto Therefore a special
Mr.Smith entered employmentat the position of Operations meeting of the of-
NARF in January of 1946 as an Analysis Division Superintendentin ficers of NAGE Local
Aircraft Mechanic General.In the Production Engineering
R5-82 has been calledin
1951 he was selected as a DepartmentIn
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participant in the Navy's the capacity of his new your interest.
Prototype Engineering Per responsibility as Department ? S ;S The meeting will be

formance Standards Program, Superintendent, Mr. Smith will held tomorrow at 7:30:
setting labor time standards and head the overall production SUSTAINED SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE-Paul Shealey, who at Fleet Reserve
developing shop work methods engineering effort of NAP works in the Food Service Division of the Naval Hospital, receives a p.m.
until 1954 when he was promotedto The assignment includes monetary award from Capt. C.W. Lewis, Jr., Hospital C.O. for Branch 91, 5391
Planner and Estimator and supervision of about 300 personsof sustained superior performance. Collins Road.
transferred into what is now the diverse skills.
Production Planning and Control
Mr. Smith, also an inactive '
DepartmentFive ;
duty Naval Reserve has Social SecurityContributiop ,
years later, he became Captain,
Administrative Assistant to the twice commanded intelligenceunits
Shops SuperintendentFrom and has served as Chief of i .
1963 to 1966 he served as Staff with NARTU. Workers
Finance 94 Million

10 SPD HEADQUARTERS

ISLAND BICYCLE Social security contribu- it will be $4.80. The largest share goes to

?fl tions now finance retirement, For the worker who works the Old-Age and Survivors

"P \ SALES & SERVICE survivors, disability, and steadily for one employerand Insurance Trust Fund. Of

NOW IN STOCK AND READY health insurance for almost earns more than $150 a each $1 in social security

I.. FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 94 million workers and their week, social security contributions contributions, this fund, re-
.. '' \\ \ ROLLFAST families. This is 59 million stop sometime dur- ceives 761. In 1969, paymentsof

: .. ;. All Priced i VISTA more workers than were cov- ing the year-after he has over $24 billion were
I }..I { PALM CYCLE ered when the program be- of made from this fund to re-
Under been $7,800.
,.... .' >tKALKHOFFAMFHERCULES paid wages
.. tired men and women, to
., gan.Currently Your social security con
$1 00 ARMSTRONG a worker's con widows and widowers, to
tribution is divided and
MURRAY tribution is 4.8 percent of up widowed mothers, and to de-
213 ANASTASIA BLVD., ST. AUGUSTINE 824-4010 the first $7,800 of his annual credited directly into three pendent children.
earnings. An equal amount is trust funds The money in About 12VS out of each
these trust funds can be used
paid by his employer. For $1 in contributions goes to
to benefits and the
example, if your weekly pay cost only of pay administering the the Hospital Insurance Trust
is $80, your contribution will Fund .to finance the hospitaland
be $3.84 of that $80.At $100, social security program. other health expenses of

ysedcarisguaranteed the people who are now 65

SPECIALDEAt and over and those who will
; I join their ranks in the fu
TOR SERVICE PERSONNEllTH6NUY ture.
100%
The Disability Insurance

I IPERFORMANCES Trust Fund gets llr from
each $1 in social security

contributions. Last year, this
MOM US F tffcitHf
program paid out $2.5 bile

.. L lion to disabled workers and :
astro homes their families. This protec-

PURGING riTflhiT. 24-WOvAiANK tion is vitally important to
3 'Miles South of I 295f young workers.To .
1970 DATSUN PICKUP 1970 OPEL GT >NNciNo most young people social
Camper top; Maroon. R&H. Bright yellow, radio & heater. security is something to
WSW tires. Low miles. New set of radial tires.
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$1995 $2595 years. No one expects to be

1969 MALIBU 1969 MG MIDGET ., u4.4 come disabled-to have his :
Convt. Turquoise with white top. Convertible Green Road ready r 1 earning cut off in mid-
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1969 AUSTIN AMERICAN 1967 VW CAMPER v or a disabling illness can :
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$1995 J
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1968 DATSUN WAGON 1970 DATSUN 2000 half workers under 65 are
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WSW tires.
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510. Amber color. Low miles.
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Following is the Civilian Peas, Pinto Beans. SNP
Cafeteria menu for the week of "
Combination # 1
Salad, Tossed OAND HATiJWIN'
Feb. 7.11:
Salad
Chef Salad Bowl
Monday, Feb. 7 Jello, Fruit Plain
Jello, Plain
of Chicken Cottage ll/ttES S
Cream
Soup, Pork Cheese, Fruit Cottage
with Cheese, Abu
Chops Dressing, Spaghettiand Fruit
Cup, Beet
and
Meat Sauce, Swiss Steaks Potato Salad.Strawberry. Onion, ST rE.MEAGE

with Brown Gravy, 7 oz. Chopped -- ... .
Sirloin, Fish.French Shortcake, Apple ...::
Pie
Sweet Potato Pie
Assorted 707$0
Fried Potatoes, Pudding. :
Mashed Potatoes, Steamed Rice Jb. &
and Gravy, Turnip Greens, / 4&Qt. IL 6v'
Blackeyes, Corn.Combination Thursday, Feb. 10 1 iq K
jssr'r ;
Salad, Tossed Tomato Soup, Chicken Stew, J k ;t
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Country Steaks with Yellow Rice, ;: AUlbi.l
Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Crab Cakes with Slaw, 7 oz., f1Rr,
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Chopped Sirloin, Baked Fish. frI

Fruit Cup, Waldorf Salad, Carrot French. Fried Potatoes I
,
and Raisin. his
Mashed Potatoes
Steamed Rice
Almond Cream Pie, Apple Pie, and Gravy, String Beans,
Devil Food Cake, Assorted Macaroni and Cheese,
Pudding. Blackeyes.
Tuesday, Feb.8
Combination Salad, Tossed
Minestroni Soup, Roast Roundof Salad, Chef Salad Bowl Plain UP A RANK Cdr.
Beef with New Nets P. Jensen, Officer-ln-Charge of the Commissary
Potatoes
Chicken Liver with Onions, Fried Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Store, is advanced to his present rank as Capt. John R. ...
7 oz. Cheese, Fruit Cup, Health Salad, Kincaid, NAS C.O., and Cdr. Jensen's wife pin on his new set of
Chopped Sirloin Fish.
Crab Salad. shoulder boards.
French Fried Potatoes, Pineapple Pie, Apple Pied,
Mashed Potatoes; Steamed Rice Lemon Cake, Assorted Pudding a. .
j
and Gravy Spinach, Green
Beans, Okra and Tomatoes. Merit. Earnings StatementJax 'I
Combination Salad, Tossed Friday,Feb. II l
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Fish Chowder, Pork Chop Suey PromotionsJax
Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage with Rice, Stuffed Peppers with -The Navy Finance Office checks.It .
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Creole Sauce, Trout Almondine, The will issue the new NAVCOMPT is requested that' special
-- following
Cheese.Fruit Cup, CucumberMix Baked Beans and Franks, 7 oz. positions have been advertised 2207 Monthly Earning requests for pay breakdowns,
Stuffed Eggs. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. under the Jax Statements for military personnel prior to this date, be held to a
Cocoanut Cake, Apple Pie, French Fried Potatoes, Merit Promotion Program with the Feb. 15 payday minimum.
Mashed
Potatoes, Steamed Rice
German Chocolate
Cake
and Green Lima since our last issue:
Assorted Pudding. Gravy, Beans,
Stewed Tomatoes, Carrots and Produceman, WG-5

Wednesday,Feb.9 Peas. Announcement Warehouseman No. 5-72 Fore- Government Personnel Mutual :

Bean' Soup,. Roast Veal Leg Combination Salad, Tossed man,WS-4-AnnouncementNo.
with Dressing, Pork Cutlet with Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plaint 8-72 Life Insurance Company
Apples, Macaroni and Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Exterminator WG-6
Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Cheese, Fruit Cup, Cole Slaw, Announcement No. 8-72 'sr ciali't- service to the military'
Fish. Bean Salad.Cocoanut. Electrician Foreman JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVE,
French Fried Potatoes, Cream Pie, Apple WS-10 Announcement No.
Mashed Potatoes, Steamed Rice Pie, Peach Shortcake, Assorted 9-72 JIM RICHARDSON

and Gravy, Mustard Greens, Pudding. Progressman (A-C, .., /' Cdr. USN (Ret.) .... .
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BASKETBALLRodney with a 70 51 win over the nearly over, VA-81 would appearto
Marines. High scorers for AMD be a cinch to remain undefeated
(see Rod! we can get were once again Fig Newman in league play. The loss
your first name right) Moll from with 26 and Charley Johnson with absorbed by VA-174 was their ky" q l
VA-174 connected on 4 field goals 18. John Mills and Tommy Webb first defeat in the second round.A .
and 9 of 11 attemps from the tallied 17 points each for the basketball team comprised
charity line to lead (he Marines. Webb might have done of our intramural all-stars is
'Hellrazors' to an easy 55 34 win better, had he not been orderedby representing Cecil Field in the i.. I .
over VA-45. Dee Danson, also of one of the sightless 'wonders'in 6th Naval District Tournament
VA-174, had 12 points, while John prisoners stripes to take an being held at Meridian,
Mann tallied 11, and Campbell 9 early shower. Mississippi this week. As a result
for VA-45. The Hellrazors led 24- VA-81 overwhelmed Power basketball action will sparse on
17 at the intermission. Plants 9230. VA-81's scoring was the local front for a while.
\ League leading VA-81 broke divided among fiery Mike BOWLING shy Ms
I loose following a 17 17 first O'Brien ((21)), (at least Mike American League: John Burke .' :
; quarter tie to swamp AMD,65.46. didn't incur a technical' foul in led the junior circuit keglers witha '. 111I
< VA-18's Mike Luchi scored 21 this game) Bruce Stecklair ((20((. 598, 223-199-176 series, followedby .II-
points, while teammates J. J. ,Mike Luchf(14)),J. J. Wilson (13 Dave_ Silver, 556, 203-187;
-. Wilson and Bruce Stecklair and Gil Gilberg ((10). The undermanned Lippy Chirichello, 544, 197.186;
chipped in with 18 and 12 points Power Plants team John Skidmore (who?) 537, 210-
each. AMD's attack was led by was I led by Danny Smith with 10 192; Arlie Blount 530,206-179; Joe
Charley Johnson's 21 counters points'and, AI "The Stilt" Jones Gam, 522, 190-187 and Dale
and Fig Newman's 11. with 8. Howard, 519 214. Accepting the "Big One" from CAPT SHUTE 1s CDR JJ.,.LAHR, CO
; VA-86 knocked the bottom out On the following evening, VA-81 Standings: of VA-174 whose 'Hell Razors' walked off with the 1971 Captains Cup.
i of the basket in a 7t. 41 bout of returned to.the' hardwoods and Coarse Hairs, ,;J4.*.,____?.. 10 ....... ..
Power Plants. .VA->36.. had. 4 ,recorded a surprisingly easy 75 BOozers *30 13 Vi HANDBALL GOLF.
players'in double figures? "Ron 53 win over VA-174 (the leading Screwball No.2' 27". 17 ,

If' Worsham 23, Sandy Sanders 12, contender). VA-81's high-scoring .Marines 27 ... 17 Defending champs, VA-45 are A reminder to handball buffs:
Morgan 11 and -Holbrook 10. tandem of. Mikes. Luchi and Cohn's Cutles 22 : 22 once again in the lead during Friday 3 FED is the entry
: Meldrum with)3 and.Brooks with O'Brien tallied 23 and 19 points VA-105 22'" 22 competition in the Winter deadline for the COMFAIRJAX
:1' 10 led the Power Plant scorers. ,: respectively Rodney Moll had 17 Scavengers 21 23 League. VA-174 No, l' is a close Handball Championships. No
)Corner; Jone's AMD quintet and Larry Jackson' 16 for the Dizzy Dinks 18 Ik. 25 Mt second. Fired up by Doc entries will be accepted after that
once again hit the winning trail Hellra ors. With the season William's 78, the 45'ers knockedoff date. Interested parties should
VOLLEYBALLWith the VA-fll quarter to reach the refer to NAS. CECIL FIELD
two undefeated teams in 10 point 1)l) t auinl league stan NOTICE- 1710 of 19 JAN for entry
the 'league this half, it is still dings, and are presently enjoyinga 'information; or call the Station
VOL1'SW AGE.N anyones race. VA-45 ((4-0) is 2 point lead over the pursuing Gym, Ext. 498.
scheduled to meet AMD ((4-0)) at 'Hellrazors', Standings:
{ INSURANCE I 1130, Thursday in the station VA-45 10
gym. If both teams are at full VA-174 No. 1 8 .j!
(Representing Gold Crown Insurance Agency) strength it could be a barn bur- VA-174 No.2 6 SidewindersContfrorn.
ner. Standings: VA-37 6 ;
NOW AVAILABLE FOR ALL CARSEXAMPLE '
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VA-45 J: 0 VA-81 ... -... ... -- .-,-5 .. .. _.
: Male driver,' married, age 23, good record. VA-81 '"*.":*. -
Complete coverage Liability: $10 $20 $25 thousands Full VA-82 2; 2 VA-83 ,. ',4 ..

personal injury protection?and,full basic;,property protection,;:..,. J/A-86_ ___ 2 7.-_ _, 2 3 AMD' .' .."., ', 2 ;
x Comprehensive, $100 deductible and collision. I VA-174-.tj' ", 'Ops v. .,_..... ......'.(..."....... :,oq..'..-..2 :rmrlthf, I ",PgL ",m- '?
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... ... .', .. .4' .,. ..'.I ". )rIIICIlil.: U1 ::!HI!!{ P" f ", :": 1' ''i'ka SEA in September 1969. On
INC. R HOURSWON.THRUSAT.OPEN return from this deployment.VA-
10ooAM.: CLOSE: 12:30AM;: 86 transitioned to the :newest

Phone, 7$1-5511\ 1150 Lane Avenue, So. SUNDAY OPEN 3:00: PM CLOSE 12:00: P.M "Corsair II",. the A7E aircraft
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...: > LADIESWHEN operational employment. _
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WANTED USED DOMESTICS
WE BUY 8 SELL ':QUITIESCall ..... {
& Sax 100
Organist,Drummer Trumpet or PERCENTGUARANTEED
Player to loin Rock Band. To play us for quick service. Financing and full coverage insurance MOTEL at University Blvd.West

Chicago. Rare Earth, BS&T style Morrison I I. Taylor, Inc. also available. and 195
4543 Wesconnett Blvd.
music. Must have own equipment. 771-3502 JOHN JENKINS USMC Ret. Phone 737.1690
Call Jim Monastar, 773-3582. m.3864 Office 725 0911 Res 264-4214
120 ROOMS WITH COLOR T.V.

$70 FOR 10 HOURS PERFECT RETIREMENT HOME 71 FORD TORINO WAGON I Ujniiiiiiiiiii( ; II.i. c iiiiiuiimjiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiimimmimnfI
With Sarah Coventry Jewelry. No 3 BR, 2 B, fish off St. John's River AT, PS, PB, AC, R&H. Low milage,
investment. Will train. 771.5180 after Dock. Play golf half mile from home. new tires. Exec. cond. 2644687.65CHEVELLE.MALIBUSS.
Call Diane Vance, Assoc., 26..367. COCKTAIL
p.m.
Sat. and Sun. DUTCH PANTRY

JACK VALENTINO 327 4 spd., loaded. $900. Financing LOUNGEx
MUSICIANS WANTED RE-Inc. N-MLS Realtors 39M191' available, 5636 Akra Ave. I RESTAURANt
Horns Guitars, Vocalists for Rhythm 11:30AMtIl1AM l
Rock Group to Play local
& Blues
71 CL 350 HONDA 44PM
COCKTAIL HOUR
Military Clubs. 771.5934 after 5:30.: CASH 450. Cash. 771-9663.
We buy, sell and trade equities. Open Sunday 1.10 PM

771-3605 Louise T. Bailey 196 FORD GALAXY 500 "Sing Along" 3

MISCELLANEOUS Broker 2 Dr. H.T. Auto Trans. V8, A-C, $550. at the Piano Bar jgmiiiiimmiimiiimimimminnimimmimiiie
ROYCE SMITH USED CARS
PRESCOTT,ARIZONA
890 Cassat Ave. 384-3658 i III
Offers best climate In the state.
A RECORDED MESSAGE BY A t"
Historic old ranch developed Into 2- J t/
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells acre homesites near Prescott A L rJ; oow5' ,,\i' e.ros/w..
you how you may become a j .ow" NAY
National Forest. Two acres: $1995 FOR SALE H".'
DISC JOCKEYCall low terms. For full details write Mrs. 1970 Kawkaskl. 450. 771-6669. I.. '
U5-2f44 any hour A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 R } .
VA APPROVEDFor North 7th St., Phoenix 85006. FOR SALE OR TRADE 'SA: TURO" ?

Veterans and servicemenGEORGE'S 1972 Dodge Demon,340 cu. In., AT, PS, f '
FHA-USn YES R&H, carpets. Deluxe vinyl Int., hood rrESE FOR
KENNELSEst. gR
2 Lg. BR. Big den, central heating & ,
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. air. workshop. 3871213. scoops, rally wheels. 7371895. $\1 ooUGRaoNNE
Separate \ *3 os.
Pick up ,& Delivery Available. Richard L.VanSandt Realtor ,\\1 R'\: AMILIjcS oowoe
Grooming;' Defleaing & Bathing.
NEED TO SELL QUICKLY I'No1HE
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard
HOME FINDERS SERVICEAs Good deal, 65 Buick Station wagon,
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085
cond. AC, R&H, Green. Call s
Edgewood Crt. 3890064.) members of the Local and National exc.
MLS,we can place you In a home here LCDR Juan Saralegul (Argentine
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO and assist you when you are tran Navy), 771.3211 Ext. 519-516.

Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape sferred. Buyers waiting, listings .
players at dealers' cost to liquidate needed. Call Wilma Argento, Assoc.

stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409._ 7711256. "
JACK VALENTINO 'he Rolling Hills C JO
t CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS RE-Inc. N-MLS Realtors 9)8-8191
t 2-1971 Singer Zig Zags Sewing

Machines-left unclaimed. $64 ea. Cash NEW HOMES

or Terms. Call 7374502 night or day. 3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built-in Range,
Ask for Claims Mgr. Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,900 up.

FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy.Edw. .
LIVE CRABS 0. Lyon Broker, 380453504.RENTALS .
Wilford's Fish Camp tF

___ 754 9107INCOME _
TAX

Call 771-2634 for appointment.
Military Tax Service. 3731 RendaleDr.

ROOM FOR RENT
HEATING Run of the house. Kitchen privileges.
Central Furnaces Wall Furnaces, 5930 LaMoya Ave. Across from: K-

Space Heaters,Clean and repaired. Mart. Off Wesconnett. 771.7060

Tyler's Heating t Air Cond. APARTMENTS FOR RENT

388.5161 2 BR, unfurn, kitchen equip, $125,
4111 PlIlm -Ilk...Shnre including lights & water.

CLEAN USED LUMBER 1 BR, furn, $120, Including lights & ..
1X6, 2X6, 2X8 8,.2X10. Call 3893086. water, Lease required.
LOUISE T. BAILEY
KENMORE PORTABLEDISH 77M60S: Broker

WASHER ORANGE PARK $24,700PHONE
to
$23,000
Excellent working cond., S100. 781- 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dish 7724 LENOX AVE.
2159. Carpets, Elizabeth
""""""" """""" washer Drapes 781.1740
FOR SALE 77M40S or 7713355.

Roll.a.way bed $25., Kenmore Port. Apts. }: :::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::. ........................:i;..:..:..:..:..:.:.:.'..,:.:.
Dishwasher, 170., 8 mm movie ::::' .- MARIETTA ::::
camera, lights and protector, $75., set BEING TRANSFERRED? :- ,o N :::
ex / / "'
of Akal speakers. Phone 2647333. derstands Let a retired YOUR Navy problems man _who ma"age un : EXIT i :I::: MODEL C-10

the. rental "of your house until you K W I o / I :':: Add it all up and you will see h '
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REAL7ESTATE' Tefurn to Jax.Bartlesor ..' : I 1 :::; why this is so popular a model ...
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O'Neill & Payne, Inc :::: a (I |A: 3 Bedrooms, 2 Balhs, large irrn?

1147 So. uv'wOOd AI :::: LENOX a' "t! S m :::: 'utility, long low sweeping line I
.1 NEW BIG HOMES 388.9311MOBILE ::::. I oc ;:> truly a fine home on a modest' i

I Immediate Occupancy :: U, o+ ; I W r ::i budget.
Varlng, 3-4 Br., 2-2V b., all w-central
::: x ::::
heating and AC Deluxe kitchens, HOMES a I 0 N -
carpeted. Some with fireplaces-All r I
In lovely South Wood, lust across the :CECIL I II & N Salesman ,on Duty loam to 6 pm Daily
bridge In Mandarln.$36000.S39000. Iod U I NAS .
.. fIElD BEACHES ::
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As little'as 10 percent down. VA FINANCINGNo -f ::
down on New Star Mobile =::: MAYPOrn ::: '
We also build to order.L. money ). .."" ::::
Bob.B ::
Ask for Ted or :: :

Realtors.Walter Benjamin Inc.268-$506. Home. 37)8* J Mobile Philips Homes Hwy. ::":.:.;....w./......... v It:)) ,...............................,.I w.w..w.w.w.w...1'S........................................,.,...,.,.:,.: roJlJ.ng: hi.lrlso

HIDDEN WATERS 398-8924

Black creek. Canal or Lake lots 1\ .....,..._., 'II1irI\\: ," I'o ,.,\ ...... \
\ 'I
available. Excellent fishing, boating, PARK a\J--' ":' .,"',. _".,. .."" .oWI_f I _t1 I
TRAILER
SWimming. Mobile Home area. High JUSTISS NAS, Clean, modern 1 .
of
wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E. 1 Qtr. Mile No. VA and FHA FINANCING
3893077. 3&4 BEDROOM HOMES $22,700to$28,800
Lake trailers and apts.
Asbury on No. 209, La Rue. 725j -
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IMMEDIATE! POSSESSION TRAILER LOT FOR RENT HOME BUILDERSMEMBER
Orange Park BELLAIR .J
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3 BR, 2 B, large paneled den, built In 1 acre, $35.00. Between
yn range WW carpet. Neat and I and Mlddleburo. 282-5571. OF NATIONAL HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION

clean-! Corte.to NAS and Cecil. FHAor U11 MARRIOT .11; JACKSONVILLE HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATIONP

VA terms.) 7460 Strato Rd.i 'nyextr"., 772-9217
LOUISET.BAILEY 12X60., ;

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DATSUN DEALER ,1. _J'& Chief Jackson (again? yet) picks up the intramural championship
Mr. Ed Groff presents the AND Championship Football trophy to trophy won by VA174. NOTE: Don has ONCE AGAIN announced his
69 PONTIAC CAPT J.W.SHUTE which was won by Cecil Field In November. retirement from sports.
Custom '5' 4Dr.

V-8,A.T. P.S. P.B., R&H. Nice +
r
$1410

69 FORD WAGON

Country SedanV8
A.T. P.S. PB. Air. R&H.

Sharp. $1870_
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68 DODGE
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Coronet 4-Door
V.8, A.T. P.S. R&H.
$790 LTJG Rich Felser of VA-81 accepts the undisputed Squash Champiorf .
Trophy of Cecil Field. Any Challengers? L

64 CHEVELLE 4-Dr. -'"
6 Cyl.. A.T. R&H. I Chief John Skldmore accepts the intramural table tennis trophy on
I. $480 I behalf of the NAMTD No.1 team. This marks. the 3rd consecutive time
EW... NAMTD has won the trophy.
64 OLDS Door The
V.8, A.T. P.S. P.B., Air. M ':::::

$515 ;> ORANGE PARK PRA CES TO R LL ,1.:.f t
AlE :mj
65 RAMBLER Wgn. W HALES :.:.:.
6 Cyl., A.T. P.S. R&H.
$490 TAXI'SERVICE :tj
NEW a USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES :::
62 RAMBLER 4 Dr. NEW & USED TV SETS ::::::
6 Cyl., 3 $P. INC. NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES ::::1
$190 NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS ::::::
AIR' CONDITIONERS t:.
62 CORVAIR 2Dr. Hrs.9 a.m. 7p.m.Come In&Browse I
264-7474
4 Sp., R&H. .
$28570DATSUN WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.531s ::::::

24 HR. RADIO DISPATCH ,:SERVICE .. WESCONNITI.. at ojrd; '" o; o; Jir!
510 4-Dr '::::::::::::::;; ::::;:::::;:;:;:;::; :;:;:::::;:::::::;:::;:;:;::::;::::::::;:::::::;:;:::::::;:::::;;:;;::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:;:::;:;::::;::::::;::::::::::::::::::
4 SP. R&H. Like New
$1498 AT THE..

Learn To FlyIntroductory
69 DATSUN Wgn. -,/ fir '

4 SP.$1398 R&H. Nice *(.QcQm wC FAA APPROVED Lesson


69 DATSUN Ton IN ORANGE PARK Private Commercial FREE ..-",'

4 SP. R&H. Instrument Instructor

$1298 VA Approved For Limited Time

69 OPEL 2Dr. Courses Available Only

4 SP. R&H. .<_........._. _. .:= ,.-..,_" -. :1.:"
.p M.-"' HERLONG ,
$798 AVIATION INC.
OFF NORMANDY BLVD. A' 781-2636
67 CORTINA 2-D r. AMIGOPIZANO- 1
4 SP. R&H.
$598
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65 CORTINA 2Dr. Martin TireCompany

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R&H 4 SP.
$398 RESTAURANT
9012 Standing Blvd. of Lake Shore
68 OLDS 2Dr. BELAIR SHOPPING CENTER PRICES GOOD AT
H.T.,double power,Air Orange Park, Florida 1918 BLANDING BLVD.
: 264-5311
$1398 v Phone. .'387.4481; .
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65 FORD WAGON 'ANIER1CAN.. ..,. .
Country Sedan ,'=,' .. LUNCHES FRONT END
10 pas., V8 Auto, PS, R&H, Like TM OR MEXICAN
New,One Owner y4 81TAI.IANMENU BR&GNMENT SPECIAL
-'$898- --, \ ;= r ,
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DEALER.WE'RE WE A ACCUMLATE DATSUN EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHTSPECIAL ; ; ...............;.:::.:::::;:::;:;:: :::: : : :::;: ;::: $:!:!: :I:*::.;::::*; :

MANY TRADE-INS.NICE WE DOMESTIC OFFER HIGH SPEED $'O50 [
THESE CARS AT NEAR
WHOLESALE. TO PRIVATE WHEEL BALANCE Z Each Wheel. ;
BUYERS.JACKSONVILLE'S ALL THE 25 *:;
: rxmFRO j ;: '
MEXICAN FOOD $2 TRUING ANDBALANCE END

Number One YOU CAN EAT j ;j WHEELALIGNMENTjlOO ;


Complete Datsun parts Dealer and repairson 89' SPECIAL EVERY DAY :j::::;, $ ::: $8Martin's ,.5Omost. ::;::

all. American and imported ... Each Wheel.!$:'; .........'American.-...................,..Cars............!..;:.::.
t.. cars.Why pay retail prices, when "" !! 1ifj; ili' ;; : ::1:::::!*:!:::!: ::l:::1::: !::::!:: *1: 1:1:: : :::: : 3 ::: ::.

you can get them for OPEN-MONDAY THRU THURSDAY: 9:30A.f0:00:' < : f \ _
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wholesale at ODI's Datsun. FRIDAY: TIL MIDNIGHT '
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7636 Atlantic Blvd. 725.7466 SUNDAY: CLOSED ALL DAY!



FEBRUARY 3, 1972
JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER 13
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Due to the heavy inroads of of the textile industry J
which
imports into many types of vital to national defense. are rate of decline of the supply of amiss 7
America's textile agricultural raw materials and
"We
production no longer have
an industry the dependence of the
no longer has the with synthetic
industry WW II flexibility,- he said fiber S/WINGS
industry upon an adequate
capacity to supply the
productive "Many facilities of
and of textile the industry, supply of feed stocks from the
types which
volumes would normally produce petrochemical I BOND5 I
products our armed forces the kind fabrics in weight and conditions industry, create
required during WW II, a textile character of supply inflexibilitywhich .
required by the "
simply cannot be ignored,
industry spokesman reports. military are now out of business. he said.
Speaking at a Clothing and Accordingly,there are simply not He said the textile industry met
Textile Seminar during the 24th the mills
any more that can be
requirements during the Vietnam LR/CllTONJpj
Convention of the Defense
Annual converted to
making fabrics suchas build-up but warned "we
Supply Association at the cotton duck or wool uniform cannot anticipate that :
Washington Hilton Hotel, RobertC. fabrics or fine goods for future emergency will be con any .
Jackson, Executive Vice specialized requirements." fined to the tropics.
President of the American Mr. Jackson said there are "A situation closer to that of
Textile Manufactures Institute, "very definite limitations" on the World War II would be more
outlined problems related to extent to which
production can be accurate for estimating
maintaining a strong defense increased in specific commodities requirements for large scale
posture.Mr. during any national immediate mobilization," he
.Jackson said that an influxof emergency."The said.
textile imports during recent rate of decline of our This situation has come aboutin
years has weakened segements industry productive capacity, the large part as a result of imports -
which have contributed to
a number of mills closing where
Marine Wives Club
products essential to the militarywere
r being manufactured, he ..
Invites New MembersJax said.
"Although the effects of a
-The Marine Wives Club here is an organization of dedicated reduction in the growth rates of
wives who do more than care about the community in which they live- textile imports will not be seen
they get involved. I immediately, they should, in the
And their interest in helping others is reflected in the strength of the long run, be an important factorin I.
club, which is getting underway with a big membership campaign to stabilizing the basic production
recruit more interest from the active and retired Marine wives in the capacity of the industry," he
area. said.
The drive for new members will be launched at the club's regular Openor
your convenience 6 a.m.'lO
business and social meeting at 7:30 Monday night in the Bldg. 572 p.m.
conference room (MATSG). o PICK-UP & DELIVERY
They will discuss plans for coming activities, including a bake sale
and a club luncheon this month. s o ROAD SERVICE

What about you? Are you interested. in promoting community l J o MECHANIC ON DUTY
goodwill?
Then Join others who do. For information Ruth Sim at 771-5396 \ D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
or Jean Davis at 772-9921 DEERSPRINGS I '";..
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We Offer the Largest Selection of KEYSTONE..AT ESTATES HEIGHTS I UflIfl

24' WIDE Mobile Homes in N. Florida! MOBILE HOME SITES SERVICE CENTER103rd

'We also represerjf n Manufactuers of 12'wide models. Clyde W. Simpson & Co <
..J..W Trade jorAaythfn ,.' REALTOR: 3566849 &Jammes Road Phone
From Billie Goats MostAllModefsana,
Floor Plans IN STOCK I 77J9J5'I
to Battleships!
See US TODAY .
(I For complete selection!! "

a (j 'VA ,'Bank Savings and Loan

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j'or service personnel an.d their guests
2 for 1 cover charge ticket lor the
big sfar shows in The Terrace Room Supper
Clot?of The Thunderbird Motor Hotel
Available for second shows, Sunday (when

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I Legislation Bill RequirementsJax ChangesGI I F Reenlistment Corner I IHM2 I


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The Veterans Read. rated accordingly.
justment Benefits Act of 1966, Military personnel on active
commonly known as the Cold duty do not receive additional
War G.I. Bill, provides compensation for dependents : ,
educational assistance to both while undertaking any "I ,.-:' .I., ....
veterans and in-service military. educational program under the '. ,'.'. .
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personnel. VA.A .. ;"; : >, :
Recent modification of this ,
new educational program ::
legislation reduced the period of introduced by the VA is related to .Y
qualifying military service to six the special needs of certain I 'irrII. -
months of active duty and increased servicemen. tIT

the educational benefitsto Called the Preparatory \II. .... 4w
one and one-half months of Education Program (PREP), the ,
educational assistance for each program provides assistance to
month of active military service. personnel who require remedial, _
Navymen may participate in refresher, deficiency makeup or ..... .
any course of training which is other courses preparatory to the
approved by the VA. pursuit of an educational ( r
Many select college undergraduate program above the high school -
and graduate level. _
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degree programs. Those participating in PREP w 5-
It Full time institutional training will still have their full and BRIAN F. WARD
AE1 GILBERT M. FORAN,
an ROSEBERRY
HM1 WILLIAM
reenlisted for six
consists of 14 semester hours. years at the
earned entitlement
complete to
instructor at AE "A" School, for six at the
Since most Navymen attend regular educational assistance Naval Hospital. He Is assigned to shipped over years
added two more to his Naval him
the Hospital Administrative years Hospital putting over
either half-time
on or
quarter allowance under the Cold War
enlistment.SQUADRON .
Office the 20-year mark;
time basis,VA payments are pro- G.I. Bill.
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1 SKYLARKS IMPALAS LTD's I

: LeMANS MALIBUS 40 to select from!

AY6 rde t Ur!iw ti

FULL i I

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I FULLY EQUIPPED INCLUDING FACTORY AIRI! I
I !MOST HAVE VINYL ROOFS..TRADES ACCEPTEDI!
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I SUP TO 100 PERCENT CREDIT UNION FINANCING! I


I I 50 GALLONS i S' 9rR.N


OF GAS! I ,

i With Each Purchase! Bring This Ad! I .,.i y:,
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II M.A. McDOUGALL, USN Ret. BILLY M. HARKINS, USN RetECONO :.-" ''':.,

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PROJ ECT-Shown with their discharge papers as they prepare to reenlist at VP-5 are
I (left to right)'AWl Larry Friend with his plane commander, LCdr. Chesser; SD3 Jimmy Ecle with
I Main at Union Downtown Phone 353-5536 J his division officer, LTJG) Tucker; AMH3 Walter Koeberl with LTJG) Thompson; and AMEC
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, SHOPBJNO CENTER
PASTOR CECIL WIGGINS
f t! ..,... PHONE 314-1391 Tel.J' $7-$422or Base Ext.2431. Tel'. 771-3211 Ext.215
, Hours: Mon.-Frl.10 AM-S:30: PM Hours, : Mon.-Frl.! 9:30-4:30: : Hours; Mon.-Frl. 8:303.00: :
Sunday School 9:43 A.M.
.t j Sat.9AM.1PM
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER 15
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Bees And Marines 'Lose -Intramural--' 'Intramural-: :; Navy: '.-Marine.a



I NATTC Still UnbeatenJax Bowling: '; Volleyball Bowling


-The;Bees and the Marine ComFairJax had the unfortunate StandingsAMERICAN Standings Standings
Barracks teams were both, chore
of L:
both
meeting
knocked out of the unbeaten the undefeated LEAGUE: S[ '
teams in the same W L GOOD AND BAD 18
ranks last week in Intramural week and the
result was two W L NARJAX 13 1 ARDSLEYS 55 25
Basketball play which left defeats. ComFairJax HARD HATS
lost to VP-5 12 0 MARTD 10 4 US 53 27
NATTC all by themselves on top by a score of 68-46 ADCOP
even though 6 2 MATSG 10 4 AOBNo.2 3914 .40%
of the National League with a 6-0) they led VP-5 28-24 at the half. LATE CHARGES '. 8 4 A.c Malnt 8 5 THE METS 33514 43%

record. Anderson had 30 and Rescorla 19 LEFTOVERS 7 5 FICEUR 8 6 SPOTS 37 44
NATTC and the Bees met in a for the winners. HAWKS
ComFairJaxalso 6 6 FAETU 4 10 SANDBAGGERS 3314 46%
showdown last week with the lost to VW-4 60-45 as Den HANDICAPPERS 6 6 MARINE BARRACKS 2 11 NAV-MARS 29tt 50V
Bees coming up on the,short end sford had 20 and Heath had 18 for MARINE BARRACKS 4 4 679th 0 14 AOB No. l 28 52
of a 55-45 score. Dufner led the winners. EVILDOERS 4 8 7-GUNS 27 53
NATTC with 18 points while VW-4 also met FICEUR in last FUMBLERS 3 9

Croker had 16 points, 14 of which weeks play and the result was NDRC No.1 2 6 UNDER '2000 AGAIN .',
came in the first half. The Bees VW-4 75 and FICEUR 44. Heath SAWBONES 2 10
also played Communications last had 30 for the winners and Martin PACIFIC LEAGUE Alt Uncertainties Are New Remover)

week, winning by the wide 25 for the losers. M/V--JM1W SURCHARGE

margin of 6422. VP-49 played two games last W L WW
It was VP-16 who had the week, winning both, to move into SPLITFINDERS 9 3 .EXCISE TAX
distinction of handing the Marine the second place position in the SPLITMAKERS 9 3 ALL VOLKSWAGENS REDUCED

Barracks their first loss of the American League. Their first BIN BUSTERS No.2 8 4 Save *iS2 *P $ T-S.; ; Now?
season as they rolled by the win of the week was a 49-48 win WOODPECKERS NO.1 7 5
Marines 5543. Shepherd led vp. over the Administration team SPARKS 5 3 TOM' UUSH !
16's attack with 24 points., and their second a 75-58 win over NDRC No.3 6 6'
MARTD, and Medical both 679th. In both games the high CHIEFS 4 4 'Is Proud of his Outstanding f-r-
posted easy victories last week as point man was on the losing teamas GUTTER DUSTERS 5 7 Service Reputation ,
You will be of
proud
MARTD outclassed FAW.11 19-39 Attanasio had 16 for Admin F-TROOP 4 8 the OutstandingValue

and Medical knocked off NarJax and Hooper had 23 for 679th. HURRICANE HUNTERS 2, 10 In your, t _
64-37. Boyer led MARTD with 22 In other games played in the PILL ROLLERS 1 7 NCW72SEDAN "
points in the second half to finish American League, Air Ops
with 35 while Franklin had 19. downed FICEUR 38-33 and NDRC CONTINENTAL LEAGUEW For IIII
Johnson's 27 points led Medical in defeated Hospital 51-31 L Only.'.
BUSH LEAGUERS 1 .,
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their victory.In $ CASH or TRADED
the only other game playedin HOSPITAL 10 2 .,
l vorrd In Jacksonville
National MATSGled BasketballUnderway TARS 9 3 Inc WOn l*".Mla ft the League, Annual Prrtrnlwit1RAW 1'
FAW-11 only 19-15 at the half QUACKS 9 3 No payment prrcml Finanlo
P&PP's 4 'til March c1..IRe. tillDotiHtwilwf <
8 1
but FAW-11 hit a sub-zero cold : H mp 11 10
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CHOKERS 7 5 Nat* HMJ)t JopAvmMff
streak as they failed to put a IU1
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TOM BUSH
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Jax. Sports Briefs Hosts Tourney

Jax The NAS Jax Judo Club
: ''. h'h"I'I'I"i'1' will be hosting an AAU In.
jtiii'tffltiBASKETBALL vitational Tournament at King
TOURNAMENTJax Hall (Bldg. 563)) on February 19 f
The Fleet Air Jacksonville Area Basketball at 10:00)()a.m. There will be teams J- t
from all the East
Tournament will be held at NAS Jacksonville February competing over and all spectators Coast are ,

22 through 26.Personnel invited to attend free of charge
on active duty for a period of more than 90

days, permanently assigned to COMFAIRJAX- On April 15, the NAS JAX Judo
COMFAIRDETJAX commands or units are eligible to Club will host a National Judo
participate in the tournament, for the purpose of Clinic. The instructor will be Jim
representing COMFAIRJAX in the CINCLANTFLT Bregman, a member of the 1964 oil-
Championships to be held at Naval Station Charleston, Olympic Team. JUDO PROMOTION-SSgt. Rudolph Singleton,head instructor of the
NAS Jax Judo congratulates' David Snodgrass as he is promotedto
S.C., March 6 through 10. After only 11 months. in Junior Ninth Degree. David is one of the 193 members of the club
Any eligible unit or command that woulcj like to operation,the NAS Jax Judo Club who make up the largest Military Judo Club in the nation.
participate in the tournament is asked to call Frank now has 193 members making it i

McCaffrey, NAS Jax athletic director, at EXt. 3239 as nation.the largest military club in the a very special living environment
soon as possible.

Capt. John R. Kincaid, NAS
II HANDBALL TOURNAMENT CO, recently received a letter woo
Jax Cecil Field will be hosting a Handball Tour- from Rick Mertens, Executive 4J -

nament beginning February 7 for all Fleet Unit assigned Judo Secretary Association of the United States Luxury 1,2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments

personnel. Winners of the tournament will qualify to congratulating NAS on becoming(USJA), 3 Bedroom Townhouses ,

participate in the CINCLANTFLT Tournament to be the largest military club in the ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPING I
held at NAS Norfolk February 1418. The deadline for USJA. Mertens said in his'letter, '. CARPETING DRAPERIES

entries is today. All interested personnel are asked to "I wanted to to take this opportunity f. DISHWASHER PRIVATE PATIO DISPOSAL OR BALCONY
contact the Cecil Field Athletic Director as soon as congratulate you for 2 POOLS, TENNIS COURTS, CLUBHOUSE \
efforts
in
your behalf of the
possible.TENNIS Olympic sport of Judo and for the
ORGANIZATIONAL MEETINGJax efforts you have put forth in fiv t
An organizational meeting for Intramural. making this club such a success. I sl NNMl.VIN .q N.AN1A N
Tennis will be held on February 9 at 9:30: a.m. at the NAS would like to especially N1N qY, tMA1Al1 f
All commands units interested in congratulate SSgt. Rudolph ..IVA,1 cN.Ol
Gym. or participating k AUl!AC
Singleton, USMC, for his effortsas tovNUraw
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