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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 10, 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. Published Ih The Interest of Personnel of Naval Ar( Station, Jacksonville, Florida FEBRUARY 10, 1972

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Vies ForLantFlt 1{tv New Head Hunter'Jax a


TitleJax The Hurricane Huntersof ceremony was Dr. R. Cecil G 4 4
1 4 VW-4 welcomed a new "Head Director of the National '
PN1 James L. Sheppardhas Hunter" Friday when Cdr, Vincent Hurricane Research Laboratory .,
been selected as the COM- J. Schuppert relieved Cdr in Miami. <
FAIRJAX entry in the CIN- Paul L. Siverly as commanding Dr. Gentry presented a plaque *
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CLANTFLT Sailor of the Year Y' s Officer of the to Cdr. ,
''e rwd squadron. Siverly and the Hurrican j
Contest Guest speaker at the change of Hunters for their exceptional i.
PN1 Sheppard is attached to '
command ceremony was RAdm. services in Project Stormfury
VA-45 a.t Cecil Field. Lawrence R. Gels, COM- operations during the past '*' *
He was selected to representhis r1- FAIRJAX, who expressed his Hurricane Season
squadron, and then the at the Hurricane Cdr. 1
a pride having Schuppert, a native of <
COMFAIRJAX area, after S' Hunters in his command and New Freedom, Pa., earned a 1
careful consideration of all wished both Cdr. Schuppert and Bachelor of Science degree from '
nominations. Cdr. Siverly well in their new Loyola College in Baltimore and
Selection criteria included assignments.Cdr. completed the course in applied
sustained excellence in ,...... .-. I
r' : / rT-: ..K.. Siverly has orders to the meteorology at the Navy
leadership, technical proficiency, ."..N' abph a"..;r'' ,G S .q ." ....., .,,", '- USS Lexington (CVT-16) Postgraduate School in Monterey ,
} participation in opportunity ; :::,,, ;.;..,- :\ as Navigation Officer. California.
k affairs, acts of heroism and other I .,,,*"'''' ", ,.....o!>". '; Mi".. '".- .f:'.. )t, RAdm. Geis particularly He entered the Navy as a Naval :
noteworthy achievements.The ,., .' ,,.i, ., : ;:; : congratulated Cdr.Siverly the Aviation Cadet in 1953 and
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NAVAIRLANT selectees .. t".,::,:.,.......(-.."..."",... ...'.:'"'., ''7', .."',,1' .'" ". > ..... ::" ''''<'m.-' .-.". .......,., 1s.. squadron's exceptional his first tour with VW-4. '
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if married, where they will "" surprise guest at the duties of VW-4's Executive Of-
t' receive appropriate recognitionof ficer in April of 1971.
their selection. A HELPING HAND-VW-4/s new skipper, Cdr. Vincent J. Schuppert
I Thereafter, they will be shares the cake cutting duties with his wife following the Hurricane History Catches Up J
t. allowed to choose any location Hunters Change of Command ceremony.
within conus for five days R&R. I


J.: RAdm.Scouts'. Geis Sets Goal For With Flying- GatorsJax

Nearly 30 years' have: joined other Marine air units in
t : Good Turn Projectbusinesses gone'by, but' history caught up the air attacks which inflicted ,I
with Marine Attack Squadron heavy'losses on the enemy and
(VMA-142) Marine Air Reserve drove them from the proximity of
Jax The 11th annual amateur radio local businessmen, 20 when streamers representing the the strategic, captured airfield.
Scout Good Turn Projectfor societies, Navy com amateur radio operatorsand Presidential Unit Citation and Following participation in the
the handicapped has mands the media the than 150 sailors Navy Unit Commendations were neutralization of Rabaul in 1943,
more
attached to the squadron colors in the squadron began operations in
been set for ,March 11, North Florida Council and and marines, along with a ceremony here. support of U. S. Army forces in
which will be Good Turn the Boy Scouts of America. Goodwill employees, in The Squadron, originally the Philippines. The squadron
Day throughout North All play a big part in the rounding up the bags in formed March 1, 1942 as a scout earned its first Navy Unit .
bomber unit opened its combat Commendation for its *
Florida. annual campaign.. one big community efforton per-
history during the battle of formance of close air for
support
This year's goal, set by The drive will en- Good Turn Day. Guadalcanal later that year, the Army operating in the Luzon

RAdm. Lawrence Gels, compass a 14-county area VMA-142, then VMSB-142, was area.
commander of Fleet Air throughout North Florida. awarded the Presidential Unit The second Navy Unit com-
Jacksonville and the Scouts will place empty Info School Citation for its role in the battleas mendation was awarded for thesquadron's
1972 part of the 1st Marine Division, high caliber of close
general chairman for bags at front doors 'of ,

has ,been placed at, 27,000 homes on Saturday, March Starts Mon.Jax Reinforced.The squadron, now known as air support landings during by the later Army amphibious at

I bags an increase of 2,000 4. A total of 160,000 bags the "Flying Gators," flew anti- .age Sange and Bangao, and in-
over last year. will be placed ,by the boys submarine patrols in the initial land operations in the Davao area i.
The'' admiral was the under their leaders' ..- The Navy Wives School months of the campaign and later of the Philippines. :

f keynote speaker yesterday supervision.They will begin another class Monday
: at a kickoff brunch at the will return the morning at Hanger 1000. M
Classes are from 8:30: to 12:30: <
: Goodwill Industries following Saturday, March Monday through Wednesday.If Ii
cafeteria.At 11, and begin their pick-up, interested, call Ext. 2596 for

the meeting were beginning at 9 a.m. registration. 9 4.

representatives fromReadiness, They will be aided by ai' .,
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t Jax Military and civilian depots for naval aircraft. facilities, available manpower, ,\
from naval establish- Naval Air and
planners The Systems monetary limitations ,
ments throughout the continental Command Headquarters in material placement
I United States will converge Washington;; the Naval Air
Jacksonville next Command I II.
upon Systems Represen-
conference is of vital
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week for a top-level conference.The .
both to the fleet and
conference, which is tatives,Atlantic and Pacific; and importance r1c'
of the various
t scheduled for Feb. 14-16 at' the the Naval Air Rework Facilities to'the employees
'. Thunderbird Motor Hotel on the from Quonset Point, Cherry maintenance depots. As the 4q
undera
Arlington Expresswa i, will be Rework Facilities operate -J 'u.s ti
each
hosted NARF Navy Industrial Fund,
by according to
,Point, Norfolk, Pensacola, San delagation bargains com-
Capt. Andrew J. Yates, NARF C. BETTER LATE THAN NEVER-Lt. coi. Frank R. pound (deft),
Diego and Alameda will be for work at their ac-
0. The planners will duscuss, petitively VMA-142 C.O.,attaches streamers representing the Presidential Unit '
represented by about 50 civilian The NARF here employs
plan and. allocate, wojrkloan tivity. Citation and two Navy Unit Commendations earned by the squadron In ,1 I
and naval officer conferees and
: almost 3,000 people processesA4 '
requirements for the seven Naval and World War II. Lt. Col. D.G. Ranney,MARTD C.O. looks on. ;
Air Rework Facilities,'which are Sessions of this toplevel con Skyhawk, AS Vigilante A7 -
r .the industrial maintenance ference will consider;.plant Corsair II aircraft. l ,.J..r
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11 a.m to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday

Friday 11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 am Your Friday, Feb. 11 Steamed Sauerkraut, Buttered

11 a.m. to 2 a.m. l1a.m..l1 p.m. BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Broccoli Spears, Salad Bar, Marble
Friday A Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday Juice, Hot Buttered Oatmeal, Fried Cake, Peach Pudding.
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11a.m.. .ilp.m. Noon to Midnight Eggs to Order, French Toast w.Syrup, SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salad,
9 a.m to 2 a.m. Fri Sat Griddle Cakes, Choice of Bacon ,'or Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters,

Sunday 1Ia.m..Ii1.m. Monday thr.u .Thur Ham, Cottage Fried Potatoes, Baked French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips,
club Baked Beans, Dessert Bar.
9. a.m' to Midnight.. II ",m. to MIdnight Beans, Pastry Bar
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i. DINNER: Oyster' Stew; Fried Fish Tuesday, Feb. IS.BREAKFASTt

:. .. Portions or Beef Patties Jardiniere,
Tossed Green Rice, Buttered Broccoli Chilled Grapefruit

Don't Like The Band ? Spears, Tartar Sauce Buttered Corn, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Hard Boiled
Salad Bar, Blueberry Pie, Cherry Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order French

l Jet to. Toast w-Syrup. Choice of Sausage of
Jax Some people like Hard Rock. SANDWICH LINE: Grilled ,
Ham. Hashed Brown Potatoes
Some people like Country and Western. Hamburgersor Frankfurters, Deviled Corned Beef Hash Hot Chocolate, ,
Ham, French Fried Potatoes, Potato
Some people like Soul. t. -' EllJllllEIEEI'IttTIS'I'ANT/ Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert Bar. Pastry DINNER Bar. Onion Soup, Steamship

Some people like.oh well, it would take forever to SUPPER: Ginger Pot Roast of Beef, Round of Beef, Brown Beef Gravy
I Vegetable Gravy, Mashed Potatoes,
list all the different types of music). : oow Lyonnaise Wax Beans, Buttered Mashed Beans Tomatoes Potatoes& Okra Seasoned Salad Green Bar,

But there is one thing that we all like to do-knock the Spinach, Salad Bar, White Cake, Coconut Cream Pie, Raisin Cookies.

bands that play the kind of music we personally don't '- t,. '/.., Vanilla SANDWICH Pudding.LINE: Sloppy Joes on SANDWICH LINE: Ham Salad,
>\ Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters
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like to listen to.Complainersl French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, ,
Frankfurters French Fried
here's the chance been Baked Beans, Dessert Bar.
you've waitingfor. Potatotes, Potato Chips, Baked
Beans, Dessert Bar.Saturday. SUPPER: Simmered Corn Beef or
) : Feb.12 Chili Macaroni, Boiled Potatoes,
band like at the EM Club in Buttered Carrots, Fried Cabbage
Is there to
a you'd see N.\\'.\ ,Alll STATION BREAKFAST: Chilled Grapefruit Salad Cake, Butterscotch .
Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Bar Applesauce
place of those Hard.Rockers Country and Westernersor
Order, French Toast Syrup, Griddle Pudding.
( whatever) that send you into fits of rage wheneveryou SUNDAY Cakes, Choice of Bacon or Ham, SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers

hear them? Church School (all ages) 9: Cottage Fried Potatoes, Hot or Frankfurters Egg Salad
Chocolate, Pastry Bar. Sandwich, French Fried Potatoes.
If so, contact Lt. Jenkins at the Navy Exchange and a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine BRUNCH: At 9:30, Minestrone Soup, Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert
Worship 10:30: at All Saints'Chapel. '
tell him about the band that turns YOU on and he'll Grilled Cheeseburgers, French Fried Bar.
Potatoes, Salad Bar, Dutch Apple Wednesday, Feb.U
arrange an audition. Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Cake, Vanilla Wafers. BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice

Like somebody said a few years ago, "If you're not High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- SUPPER Brown Gravy: Braised, Steamed Pork Rice Chops,' Applesauce Order Hot Hominy,Griddle Grits Cakes w-Syrup.Fried Eggs Choice', to

part of the solution, you're part of the problem." nex. Junior and senior youth Boiled Navy bean of Ham or Bacon Baked Beans.
Fellowship: p.m.at, Bldg. 722. Buttered Greens, Yankee Corn Bread, Southern Corn Bread Pastry Bar.
Evening Worship-7:30: ( p.m. at Salad Bar, Devils Food Cake, Vanilla DINNER! Tomato Rice Soup, Swiss
small Chapel. Pudding. Steak Tomato Sauce, Rissole
Sunday, Feb. 13 Potatoes, Buttered Lima Beans
JTAX.AIR NEWS Tuesday BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple Buttered Spinach Salad Bar, Pumpkin
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Juice, Hot Farina, Fried Eggs to Pie Iced Fruit Bars.
Order, French Toast Syrup, Griddle SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science
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Cakes,
Choice
of Ham or Pork Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor
Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. Sausage, Hashed', Brown Potatoes, Frankfurters French Fried

The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Pastry Bar.BRUNCH Potatoes Potato Chips, Baked Beans,

distributed each Thursday at the U S. Naval Air Station NAVAL HOSPITAL Grilled Cheese At 9:30: Beef Noodle Soup, Dessert B*r. or
Sandwiches, French SUPPER Grilled Salmon Patties
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Divine Worship-10 a.m. at St. Fried Potatoes.Salad Bar, Peach Pie, Baked Veal Loaf Tomato Gravy,
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Lukes. Chocolate Cookies. Raked Macaroni & Cheese, Buttered

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS SUPPER Spanish Steak, Pan tv ,SH Sprouts, Buttered Corn, Salad

Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News CATHOLIC Gravy, Mashed Potatoes French, Bar, Yellow Cake, Orange Pud-

items are welcomed from all sources Telephone 772'3U8 or Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St. Fried Cauliflower, Buttered Mixed ding.
Edward's Vegetables, Salad Bar, Iced Lemon Grilled Ham
3119. Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Cake, Pineapple SANDWICH LINe
Pudding.
Deviled
a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- burgers or Frankfurters,
Ham, French Fried Potatoes, Potato
advertised In this must be made Monday Tuesday Thursday and ,
"Everything publication Monday F.b.I. Chips" Baked Beans, Dessert Bar
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race; Friday.11:30: a.m. Wednesday BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato Juice 17
Hot Feb.
creed color national origin or sex or the purchaser user or Mass 11:30: a.m. at the Naval Order Hominy,Griddle Grits Cakes w.Syrup Fried Eggs, Choice to BREAKFAST Thursday,Chilled Orange

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this poficy of equal Hospital Chapel. Saturday of Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Minced Juice Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to

\ opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Confessions-4:1S: and 5 p.m. Beef, Pastry Bar. Order, French Toast w-Syrup, Choiceof
,. that DINNER Chicken Rice Soup, Oven Luncheon Meat or Ham, Creamed
from source.
advertising
NATTC Fried Chicken Cream Chicken Chipped Beef, Cottage Fried potatoes.

y Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. in Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Cornbread Pastry Bar.DINNERS .
l Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Dressing, Buttered Spinach Polon- Cream of Turkey Soup,
Building 500.
k concerning: such should' be directed to: na &e Cauliflower, Cranberry Sauce, Roast Turkey Log Turkey Gravy,
'1 Salad Bar, Pineapple Pie, Coconut Mashed Potatoes Cranberry Sauce
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY The Veterans Administration Bars. Fried Hominy Buttered Peas Salad

t 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 is Urging veterans to take 22- burgers SANDWICH LINES Grilled Ham Bar, Pecan Pie Chocolate! Krinkies.

. : week courses in water pollution or Frankfurters, Ham A'-
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Telephone on Rye, French SANDWICH LINE Va' e V
control now available at nine Potatoes, Potato Chips Baked Fried Sandwich, Grilled Hamburgers or,
VOL. 29 NO. 45 FEBRUARY 10, 1972 'community and technical) col. DeSert Bar.SUPPER Beans' Frankfurters French Fried PctetO

Ie gel around the country, &, Beef Pot-Pi le or Boiled Potato Chips, Baked Bean DessertBar.
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Tooth Decay Causes. Violations ;

Jax The following is a reportof
Jax -The following is one of a series being presented I ai ay '' r.fx motor vehicle accidents and "

by the Jax Air News in cooperation. with the Dental traffic violations for the period of
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1 I Department: Number Accidents ||
We have all heard many times called bacterial plague (or dentalplaque This period 9 ,/]
that tooth decay is the most ). This period a year ago 5 1-H
if common disease of mankind-a When bacteria in the plaque Total accidents this'year 30 1'
r/( recent estimate is that 99 percent digest sucrose (ordinary table Total accidents through this
f i'I of the United States population sugar) and other carbohydrates, period last year 20
;II suffers from it. they form acid. Total number of days since last
:l, Nearly everyone knows that Acid may also be formed by injury in a motor vehicle accident i
"I keeping the teeth clean helps bacteria trapped in the pits and .219 i
\ \ prevent decay but they don't fissures on the shewing surfacesof Number of days since'an injury :
'I know exactly why. And since the teeth. Decay starts when last year at this time -135 I
w;i tooth decay is so common, too the acid acts on the tooth enamel, Number of Violations ; .
r many people still take tooth which is the hard, white outside This period 78 I
: decay for granted. The truth is layer of the tooth. 15 I
that an adult can do much to The acid dissolves out the Reckless driving 0 .
I', prevent decay in his own teeth calcium and phosphates that give Going through stop sign 7 .I
( and those of his children. the enamel its hardness. Other violations 56

I An explanation of why decay This causes no pain,and it maybe Twenty-one drivers appeared
: will what be before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
develops suggest can difficult for even a dentist tQ
j done to prevent it. see what has happened withoutan Feb. 3. Disposition of the
Literally billions of bacteria cases included the following:
X-ray examination. .SERVICEMAN OF THE QUARTER ATI William S. Hicks is
microorganisms live and
lost
and other' Ten driving parking
in each individual's mouth. Beneath the enamel is the congratulated by LCdr. J.A. Landry for being selected FAETULANT privileges aboard the station for '
DET's Serviceman of the Quarter. The honor is based on high degree
dentin which forms the bulk of
various Nine
Some types of bacteria com- periods; were '\
retentiveness and comprehension.
monly found in the mouth use the tooth. of Initiative intelligence assigned to complete an eight-

sugars from our food to produce a The dentin is also attacked by 1/ /'/ hour course in remedial driving;
sticky substance that forms a the acid produced by the bacteria The living veteran population nine received suspensions; three
film on the teeth. and if treatment is not AISIoICE\ reached the 28.5 million mark were given warnings; three were
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Many bacteria-as well as dead given the decay may expose the last October, according to the dismissed; five were finedU.( S. {'\
cells, particles of food, and dental pulp,at the center of the Veterans Administration. Magistrate); and one ,was
substances from the saliva- tooth. \ referred to commanding officer
become trapped in the film. This for possible disciplinary action.
sticky deposit on the teeth is The pulp,which consists of soft
tissue, blood vessels and nerves, OU ::
.' is likely to become Infected,
causing a toothache.In FRIENDS OF .' .

A.a cases, the" infection \ '
passes many into the tissues outsidethe ,,. WAYNE A. SHAUM

g tooth, and a painful absess ARE INVITED TO PATRONIZE HIMATHISCIVILIANDUTYSTATION
CJlJouatt1.7 developes. Often, the tooth must
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"' Q bacteria use sugar to L'og:! ,
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: sugar that provides the food for ASSISTANCE OffiCER
the bacteria.
',2, and 3 BEDROOMS
GARDEN TYPE APARTMENTS Still another way is to make the
INDIVIDUAL AIR CON teeth strong and able to resist the
DITIONING AND HEATING acid.
DRAPES FURNISHED
These ideas will be discussed in'
WALL TO WALL CARPETING
the next three articles in the
LARGE SWIMMING POOLS
series.ioeecornejLji4.
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receives Navy Achievement Jacobs on his way toward 28 years in the Navy.
service
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AEC W.V. Pendleton of VA-82 reenlisted for 3 more. Chief Pendletonis
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9 Dick Coleman, for service with AT2 Lee Roy McCann reenlisted for A more years. With this
VA-87 as Corrosion Control Petty reenlistment he will be on his way to 10 years service. McCann is
Officer from Dec. 12,1970 to Sept. attached to VA-37 and currently resides in Jacksonville.
15, 1971.

Furniture for'
CAN'T CALL US. .
.. Active & Retired,

BUT YOU CAN !
C.H.Young reenlisted for 6 years putting him toward the 11 year Hfilitary OnlyThe

mark. He and his wife Nina and two children reside at 5347 Lanar Dr. ,a "\\\'x' Call Family Services

Center, located in building
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!;Wf.t! ,
: the serviceman.
ir'r1'1 BRAKE LININGALL SERVICE New furniture, lamps
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CARS PHONE All makes color & Black-Whlte TV much more are offered at
: Autom. Adj. 95 Antennae systems Installed prices that the servicemancan
I Slightly Higher 18 3874755HE 9 AM til 9 PM Weekends, tool! afford. The sale of the

Gvorenl..dlifetime furniture is sponsored by
30.000 Mifet the Wives Club aboard
Cecil. Furniture will be
Guaranteed sold to active or. retired
a very special living environment.

SHOCKS.BALL !9 5Mosr military Beginning personnel,hi Februarythe only.

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,1 ,\J Credit r- I Vietnam Volunteer :

Union


' MeetingThe A Career Milestone

20th Annual Membership

Meeting of the Jax Navy Federal N .Jax The withdrawal of challenging job," Word explained -
Credit Union will be called to American forces from Vietnam ,adding,"It surprised my
order on Friday, February 25, continues. wife when she learned what my
1972, at 8:00: p.m. by Rod D. President Nixon announced the Job was in Vietnam."

Pinney, president latest reduction Jan. 13, stating The need for volunteers for
The meeting will be held at the that American forces will be Vietnam extends to' all

Robert Meyer Hotel in downtown reduced by 70,000 men to a totalof specialties, with openings for
Jacksonville, and will be at 69,000 personnel incountryby both advisors and nonadvisors.For .
tended by members and guests May 1.ZGrams. example the big NavalCommunications
from NAS Jacksonville and NAS 65 and 73 announced Station at Cam
Cecil Field,as well as the civilian Vietnam volunteer programs for Ranh Bay was turned over to the
community.The rF officers and enlisted men. Vietnamese Jan. 6. But a small
agenda for the evening For officers,Z-Gram 65 offers a detachment of U. S. Navy ad
meeting includes reports from chance to be spot-promoted one visors, headed by Cdr. Thomas
credit union officials on the rank. McKeown, will remain at the
financial condition and progressof Z-Gram 73 offers enlisted station to assist the Vietnamese.At .
the credit union during 1971. A .LOOKING THINGS OVER-RAdm. Heinz H. Loeffler (Left) tours ,personnel a similar opportunity.Other the other end of the spectrum
highlight of the evening will be a the meat-cutting section of the Commissary part of his two weeks of benefits available to Petty Officer Second Class
pictpral report depicting the active reserve training with the Navy Resale System Office. The Vietnam volunteers include Mark Meinster is working the
credit union's activities for the Admiral conducted a week-long study of what is considered the NR. preferential treatment in their Dental Civic Action Program.He .
year. Members attending the SO's largest Navy Exchange and Commissary complex. choice of their next duty station is part of Seabee Team 7108,
meeting will see slides and hear and 30 days leave both before and a 13-man unit stationed at Go
reports from credit union officials t ,aIn after their tour in Vietnam. Cong City,about 40 miles south of
in what promises to be a But one of the benefits offeredto Saigon There are six other
most interesting presentation.The Vietnam volunteers is not similar Seabee units scattered
floor will be open to spelled out in any Z-Gram. throughout Vietnam.
members for questions and .J Chief Petty Officer Robert N. These men, and many others
suggestions concerning the \ \ Word, an advisor at the Viet-- like them are vitally involved in
operation of the credit union.A namese Naval Shipyard in the Vietnamization program.

dinner preceding the credit ,f Saigon, hit it on the head when he Whether working with Viet
union's Annual Meeting will be called his current tour one of the namese units as advisors or
held at the Robert Meyer Hotel this age of radiation hazards, are dental X-rays harmful to most rewarding he has ever had. working American units they all
for those members who have patients or dentists? CPO Word an electrician, was play their part In helping in
purchased dinner ,tickets. The answer is No. Modern dental X-ray equipment, films, and assigned as advisor to the Vietnamese build their own
Following the dinner, the'Annual techniques have removed the element of hazard from dental diagnostic shipyard's electrical shop. country and their own future.
Meeting will be held. Any credit radiography. When he arrived in Vietnam he Z-Gram 65 lists the benefits
union member may attend the Dental X-rays are an essential diagnostic tool, providing your discovered that his billet had available to officers who
meeting and the dance which dentist with vital information about the hidden parts of the teeth, been eliminated, and he was volunteer for duty in Vietnam.In .
follows. the soft tissues and the bones of the jaws. Many defects of the teeth asked to set up an English course that message, Adm. Zum-
Music for the dance will be and supporting tissues cannot be seen in a visual examination. In for the Vietnamese shipyard walt stressed the spot promotion
provided by the John Arnold order to detect and treat many conditions-some of them extremely workers. program, under which well over
Four, a well-known local dance serious-the dentist must have an additional'"eye." The X-ray unit '"I've never taught English 100 officers have received advancements -

band. A cash bar will be is that eye.What before, but I've found it to be a .
available also. Attire for the are some of the different conditions revealed by' X-rays?

evening Is informal.LaSalle'. -Cancer, cysts, and other abnormal growths within' the jaw- ........... .....................I.
bones. conditions will show
These X-rays.
up on BRING' THIS COUPON WITH YOU
-Small cavities. There show up on X-rays long before they can '
be seen by the naked eye. They can be filled at once, thus prevent. i
Needs ing destruction of additional tooth structure. 10% DISCOUNTTO

-Large cavities. They can be treated when the X-rays help the a
,dentist see in advance the extent of damage. e

VolunteersJax -Recurrent decay under old fillings. If not detected-and only
X-rays can discover It-recurrent decay may result in an exposed I ALL SERVICE
The CNO has tooth pulp and finally in tooth loss.

announced the decision to -Generalized bone conditions. X-rays can help in early detec- rr
utilize USS LaSalle as the tion of the first signs of generalized bone disease.

COMIDEASTFOR Flagshipwith -Periodontal disease. X-rays will reveal periodontal disease !
an established home long before its results are visible to the eye. Bone destruction be PERSONNELs
port of Bahrain, effective neath the gums, often the result of periodontal disease: will also .
July 1.Because. show on X-rays.
of its mission WITH THIS AD.
X-rays will also detect extra teeth that are embedded in the jaw m ... =
and area of operations, it is and may push other teeth out of position. They may reveal the
N OFFER ENDS MARCH 15 1972.
desired to maintain a =
failure of permanent teeth to develop under first teeth. X-rays show .
volunteer crew to the oversized: and broken roots and retained root tips. They show the .
maximum extent possible. condition of teeth to which bridges and other appliances will. be at .

Therefore, volunteersare tached. .... 1:' ,...... .
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in all ratings .
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requested ::) ; ,J" .
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volunteeringand == l .
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12-month unaccompaniedtour :. : ..-:. S
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or 18-month accompanied -
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lour, ,as 'ap- ..ut% and Wet-Dry ',0 -
propriate.For .. .
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further information, } () : -
contact ,the Military Arthur Fulmer $' 797 V acuum'I, I "' ::-tf'1 i.,: .

Personnel Office, Ext. 3164"' I Helmets 'r ri : co ....,. ... ,. '< 11: I. .

7'or 3165... \, 400.1, Cartisle '19'7 ; ., -...,1.,1.i' if'j.; .... c:. .
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LOS ETO SCHOOLS, rI
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CHURCHES AND
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ROCKET RACING WHEELS*
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Take 103rd to FirestoneRd. G60-14 Jetson Raised White Letter Fiberglas Belted 38.'S .. I t .

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86 Begins Busy Year a .


Jax-Screeningpre-schoolersintheJa area for amblyopia or "lazy-

1 t eye blindness" is a continuing project with the Navy Wives Club of America, Jax

86.
King and have sale at Compton Hall tonight.
Monday, the Amblyopia president Sharon
committee, headed by Mrs. come up with a number of special Also, they've scheduled a
Sharon Havens, began screening projects for the month. social-educational meeting for
kindergarten children, February 16 at 7:30 p.m.
something they do in cooperationwith Another bake sale,their first of But the highlight of the month
the Duval County Preven- the year, will be held at NARF will be the Sweetheart Luncheonfor
tion of Blindness Society to help tomorrow at 6 a.m. Mrs. Brian the wives and their husbandsat
detect eye weakness in young White will be heading a com- noon Wednesday the 23rd at

children before they start school. mittee to bake everything--for--the-, .,,_Compton_,"-.v--Hall. .....__
Each week six members of the
.PIPED OVER-TDC James P. Dugas is piped over the side by the committee give eye tests at local
FAETULANT DET. Jax Chiefs after completing 30 years of active kindergartens and at their

service. nursery on station for four and
five year' old youngsters.The .
amblyopia project is just

one of the many community ,... ....
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projects in which the wives are .
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involved.
The new committee chairmen
have been announced for the

a coming year. They are: Y.
Mrs. Martin Scully, Audit ,
Chairman; Mrs. .Bryon, White,
Bazaar Chairman; Mrs. John
Duval, Bingo; Mrs.' Thomas
1 Bennett, Building Fund; Mrs.
Calvin Anderson, Foster Child;
Mrs. William Rice, House Pur-
chasing; Mrs. Robert Haughton, J
: Layette; Mrs. Paul Smith, _
Luncheon; Mrs. Richard Balling, t .
Master-At-Arms; Mrs., William
Wells,Membership; Mrs.Conrad, .PROJECT AMBLYOPIA "Lazy.Eye' Blindness". easy to detect
Hardy, Mimeo; Mrs. Joseph with this eye test for children at the Navy Wives Club Nersery on
3S YEARS OF SERVICE come to an end for Charles W. Small, .Hagan, Newsletter; Mrs.. station. Prolect Chairman Sharon Havens, (I to r) and her aides, Pat
Director of the Navy Finance Office's Military Pay Division, as he Thomas Wooford,Not-New Shop;' Hecht and Evelyn Hartman,give this. ,simple test to young Shawn
receives congratulations on his retirement from LCdr. J.B. Boyette, Mrs. Joseph Moldoon, Nursery; Goldsberry'and' .Ricky Haven.LAFRA.
officer-in-charge.- Mrs.. Barbara Howard, Pins;
Mrs. Jay Perry, Points; Mrs. Makes 25Jax
: Richard Kannair Posters; Mrs.

0 ALL rl Rhettman Mullis,Publicity; Mrs. Members of the Ladies
T members of other branches and
I CES Gary Hartman, Revisions Mrs.
P R ;
WHO I.ESp E Bryan White, Scrapbook; Mrs. Auxiliary Association of the Fleet Reserve units will be introduced.
Branch
91 will
Refreshments will be served.
Everitt
Jenkins, Snack Bar; and
::1' Mrs. Thomas Balentine Social, celebrate their 25th anniversaryon AU members and their guestsare
meeting night, at the
Monday
::, NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Monthly and Telephone.The clubhouse at 5391 Collins Rd. invited.
:::: NEW & USED TV SETS ::: girls got together for their
::: NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES ::::;: first meeting of the new year last The regular line of businesswill Seabees BakeJax
;::::: NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS :j:;; Wednesday with newly-elected be put aside and guest andCJ
:;::: AIR CONDITIONERS :::;:.
::;:;:: Hrs.9 a.m 7p.m.Come In& Browse t The wives of
CBU-410 Seabees are

o planning a bake sale
li.
5324: WESCONNEinr *t 103rd : >7i 0750 I. CONCEPTIN Tuesday in front of
:<::::::>> : : <::,:"" :::;:::<:;;:,:::.:"" =:"" ::: ;;;;::;:::<: : :,," :% :,,*,:* $. : APARTMENT LIVING the main Navy Ex-

change store from
1,2.3 BEDROOM 1 AND 2 BATHS
Spacious rooms wide windows, Kingsley 10:30: to 1:30.
central heat & air cond. Private They will use the
Arms
patios sundecKs, swimming
pool
and party room. money to help fund
2 for 1 264-8102 the annual Seabee

Ball which
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1800 KINGSLEY
AVE.
celebrates the anniversary -
DIRECTIONS: Between Eilanding
of the
Blvd. & Orange Park Minutes a
away via new 1295. Seabees, March 3.
: [ The Ball is to be at

the Cecil Field Chief

Petty Officer's Club.
For service personnel and their guests..
a 2 for 1 cover charge ticlcet for the
big star shows tn the Terrace Room Supper .
Club of The Thunderbird Motor Hotel. VOLKSWAGENINSURANCE Jen's GreatestFURNITURE
Available for second shows, Sunday (when
open) through Thursday
Pick up tickets at Special Services Values!

,(Representing Gold Crown Insurance
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NOW AVAILABLE FOR ALL CARS PRICE TO EVERYONE
; ; THE TERRACE ROOM
EXAMPLE: Male driver,_married, Age 23, good record.
PATTIPAGEFeb.l1.19RONNIE I Complete.coverage Liability; .$10 $20. $25 thousands, Full
PROPHET, Feb. 21 28 personal' Injury 'protection and full basic property protection.

." LOUIS PRIMA, Feb. 29-Mar.8, ., Comprehensive' deductible, and collision. -
Above VW
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a-MARTD Sets Example For''The Corps'



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<, Ir by GySgt.G.F.elby
t Jax The Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment
r (MARTD) here found itself starting 1972 off on the right
foot-getting highly satisfactory results in a three-day

I; : office.inspection by the Marine Corps Inspector General's

i Generally, such an inspection In the strenuous stage of the
G = Ip would involve a team consisting inspection, Detachment Marineswere
of a senior inspecting officer, "honored" as the first
t +s aided by officers and senior staff MARTD to be tested under the
t. noncommissioned officers who Corp' recently revised Physical .
specialize in particular fields. Fitness Test. .t My :f,
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However, Major John W
Raymond, from Headquarters The Marines were faced with ":> (
Marine Corps, proved himself to doing as many sit-ups as possible \ ,,", '.
be a versatile, well-qualified one- within two minutes,as many pull- ,
1'A ) "
''A .
and running
man team. ups as possible,
During his inspection the major three miles in as few minutes as .i
dug into the administrative pile possible. .. .
individual service records and ,
command files, the functioning Each Marine's final standingwas
and records of the Detachment's based on his total number of 7'lii 'f"
R.' Training Section, and the overall points in proportion to his age. "J\ : /j
Detachment operations, supply, The time and effort in .,'/ .
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security and maintenance. preparing for the inspection paid 'ti i..,::. ; '
off for the Jacksonville MARTD. ::.. ; .

Detachment Marines passedthe By the time Major Raymond .. '.4"rr ,
personnel and weapons In- completed his inspection, "
spection with little or no difficultyand MARTD had set a high example
were praised, both as a unit for other units within the Marine
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In another phase of the .inspection Col. D.G. Ranney, MARTD
.LOOKING' CLOSER-Leaving nothingto there were no major C.O., praised his men, both as a
chance Major Raymond gives careful complaints from Major Raymondas Detachment and as individuals,
study to a set of Dress Blues displayed by he slowly and carefully looked for that"little extra effort before THE TIME HAS COME-LCpl. Jack D.
over the individual Marine's and during the inspection" that
Sgt. Kenneth R. Calvert. Martin answers questions before Malor
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a jr1i&r VOTING INFO-1972





If you long for the open
y v spaces of Texas, are a legal resident
# and want to take part in
the primary elections, here are
to the dates to remember: s

March 1, 1972:, You should
have a Federal Post Card Appli
cation (FPCA) on the way to
the county clerk, county of residence
by this date. You can
use the FPCA to register and

request an absentee ballot if you rk
are a member of the Armed 6(
Forces, or the spouse or de
pendent of a member.

May 6: This is the date of Captain John. R. Kincaid, Commanding Officer, NAS C.O., with
the primary election. A second, representatives of Naval Air Lodge 1630, International Association of
or run-off primary is set for Machinists & Aerospace Workers, AFL-CIO, to discuss Self-Help

June 3.Members. Projects. In the photo above, In addition to Captain Kincaid,.those
of the Armed Forces present were from left to right Mr. Bayne C. Teague, Pumping ':
and their spouses and dependents Equipment Mechanic, Pump and Pipe Fitting Shop, Work, Center: 15,
will be registered when Public Works Department, Chief' Steward, Public Works Department t'
they use an FPCA to apply for Mr. Cecil C. Gill, Grand Lodge Representative, International
.WilLING TO GO "the extra mile" paid off for AN Raymond J.! an absentee ballot, Be sure to Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.' AFL-CIO Charles

Cromwell (above) as he was named VVM's Sailor of 'the Quarter' indicate your political, party C. Gill, Electrician, Electricshop,Work,Center 21, Public Works Dept
Specifically mentioned in AN Cromwell's selection was his outstanding preference on the FPCA. If you Chairman, Union Shop Committee, NAL,, '1630; Mr. Leonard B.;
performance with the Hurricane Hunter's In Puerto Rico register this way it is good Eubanks, Civilian Personnel Officer,and Mr. Michael Cascone, Labor
during the 1971 Hurricane Season. only for the election for which
& Employee Relations Superintendent, Civilian Personnel Depart
you apply. ment.
You may register for all elections -
New Course At USAFIThe
by writing the county tax
collector, county of residence, I Are You Registered? .. ., f
and completing the applicationwhich
United States Armed The Slide Rule (Programmed),
will be sent to Once
you. See 14
Forces Institute has announcedthe Page
a study of the basic operationsand registered in this manner, your L
availability of a new cftftte, applications of the Mann-
registration will be renewed if
A 859, The Slide Rule (Programmed heim type slide rule, covers such you vote at least once in each ,.-
) and the availabilityof multiplication and division .
topics as three
years.If
B 463 Russian
revised 'courses, ,
and square root, legal resident of
square you are a TIIE
to 1855 and B 464 p
History ,
cube and cube root, sines and Illinois, and you want to vote
Russian Since 1855.
History cosines, and tangents. The revised in the State's primary election,

Russian history courses, here is the date to remember:
replacing courses A 463 and A March 21, 1972: This is ..OWSIIS WELCOMED GIFTS ..

Boost 464, are designed to help stu- the date of the primary election. >Nautical Charts, Outrigger Nautical U'ear .. .. !.'
dents acquire an understandingof Members of the Armed Forces, a Palnts fish Boxes tBurget Jacket [g .
the main political, economic, their spouses and dependents ti *Hardware *SfeiTable Wear, tvlnsuolp.
flfpofr Mattriali >AccessoriesOther Goodies
ProgramJax social, and cultural developmentsin may vote in the primary elec-
Russia from the beginning of tion in Illinois without being. WET MARINE HOISTS-HULL SERVICE'YACHT IROKER
EXPERT
ENGINE SE VICE.OUTaOUD. STERN DRIVE INBOARD
The Broaded that nation's history to the pres: registered. SEE THE NEWEST !BOATS. MOTORS CANOES end TRAILERS

Opportunity- for Officer ent. Send a Federal Post Card Ap SEGRAVES j ./7 MARINA .
plication (FPCA) for 'your'ab-
and
Selection Training
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independent study or class Clerk, county of residence, well ....AIIUICMl
a coordinated effort to instruction. For further infor- before the primary election date. Jac tHWIlle.llodda :":":..... JL -
improve the racial and PierN F.nch.ed M."N.Phon.. *M7: 6' OPEN SUNDAY ,11'
ethnic imbalance presently mation, contact your education Questions? See your unit BOATS,MOTORS, CANOES:
existing in the Navy's'Orricer adviser. voting counselor. Thunderbird Stareraft.Mfg .Trolan *Grumman Craft Jf
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( :' : Civilian Cafeteria MenuJax :'



Jax Following is the Jax Health Salad, Beet and Umon. Egg CustardApple Pie, Devils
Civilian Cafeteria Menu for the Almond Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Food Cake, Assorted Pudding.
week of Feb. 14-18: Strawberry Shortcake, Assorted Friday,Feb. 18
Monday.Feb. 14 Pudding. Turkey Gumbo Soup, Trout
Cream of Mushroom Soup, Wednesday,Feb. 16 Almondine, Stuffed Peppers with
Baked Meat Loaf with Creole Minestrone Soup, Chicken Creole Sauce, Country Steaks
Sauce, Fried Chicken Ala Stew, Liver and Onions, ,Beef with Yellow Rice, 7 oz. Chopped
Morrison, Tuna Noodle Stew with Rice, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Baked Fish.
Casserole, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Sirloin, Fish.Mashed Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
Fish. Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Stewed Tomatoes, Blackeyes,
Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Corn, Spinach, Pinto Beans. Macaroni and Cheese.
.' String Beans, ,Squash, Pinto Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad '
Beans. Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Cottage Cheese, Plain Jello, Cottage Cheese, Plain Jello, nn cq
Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit { .
Cottage Cheese, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Cucumber Mix, Bean Jello, Fruit Cup, Cole Slaw, Tuna
Fruit Cup, Plain Cottage Cheese, Salad. Salad. 1
Fruit Jetto, Waldorf Salad, Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple Coconut Cream Pie, Lemon
Potato Salad. Pie, Banana Cake, Assorted Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted
\ Peach Pie, Layer Cake, ApplePie Pudding. Pudding.
Assorted Pudding. Thursday,Feb. 17
Tuesday,Feb. 15 Cream Potato Soup, Spaghettiand
Bean Soup, Basket of Beef with Meat Sauce, Veal Cutlets Merit iI::
New Potatoes, Braised Pork with Brown Gravy, Baked Ham
Chops with Bread Dressing, and Cabbage, Fish. PromotionsJax

Macaroni and Meat Sauce, 7 oz. Mashed Potatoes, French .MRS. RUBY McLENDON receives a monetary award
Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, The following
from Naval Hospital C.O., Capt. C.W. Lewis, ,Jr. for
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Mustard Greens, Beets, Green Merit Promotions have
Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Limas. been announced since our sustained superior performance. Mrs. McLendon worksin
Peas, Turnip Greens, Blackeyes. Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad last issue: the Hospital's Data Processing Division.
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Electrician Foreman; 9-
Chef Salad Bawl, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Jello, 72
Cottage Cheese, Plain Jello, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, prbgressman (A-C Advertising You Wouldn't Know.ORANGE
Fruit Jello,Fruit Cottage Cheese, Fruit Jello, Carrot and Raisin, Engine Mechanic); 1.72 Without .
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Stuffed Eggs. Fire Chief; GS-08M1,11-
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WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE REPAIR CENTERS Estimator; 12.72 .. -.-::;;:;; 8
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pUVAL AUTORADIO : 6,13.72 T' h"-eo _
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44 q "' H 71 in the I I.M: fiscal\ )'ear f
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PLEASANT DUTY. Capt. C.W. Lewis, Naval Hospital C.O. honors iriK <(0.r1'Iwtlwr! ) 8,600( onKdlttl 1a I
Jango's at the Hosp/tal's/
Quarterly Personnel Inspection. From left to [in college lord |x>lice sci--
right are: Edith Evans, Owene Weber, Trina Lotda, Patricia Kozak once, criminology or fire .protection
and Sandy Rehme. Edith received the Jango Charm, the highest omiM'H, atul 10,001)) others
award one Jango may attain. Trina and .. ii .
Patricia were selected to ll.HHOl .H I tt/llr..lH M 1.
share Jango of the Month Honors. Owene and Sandy received ;Als inrluiliHl. [in the m ,()OO)()
pins for ISO hours of volunteer work., Jango pn le('li\e service trainees wore
nearly 2MKI( ) veteran who sought ...
hkilln in other than policemen- PR1 RALPH ALBRIGHT AE3 ROBERT MAGNOSKI
FAETU Gets New Title firemen fl"'hls, such as game reenlisted for two years at the shipped over for six years at V p., I'
\\anlen. Iciililf! / rtc. Mad Fox Den. He is the Aviator'sEquipment under the Star Program. He is
V.\ olTuials said the agency Shop Supervisor for guaranteed AE "B" School,
Jax Fleet Airborne Electronics FAETULANT was formed and 'nc'ouragex veterans to enter V p.,. advancement to AE2 upon
Unit, Atlantic connissmioned as an integral'unit 0.1'1'n/ areas of public service completion of the school and a j
(FAETULANT) has been of the Atlantic Fleet in order to sizeable reenlistment bonus.
redesignated as Fleet Aviation provide functional training in the
Specialized Operations! Training field of electronics for selected
Group, Atlantic Fleet personnel. KEEP PEACE ON 1 PLEASE BRING THIS COUPONI
(FASOTRAGRULANT). Assigned tasks were modifiedand THE HOME FRONTDOMT 1-1P1ZZA
This name change, which was increased as time went by, FOROET XOUR... ; HUTPHONE
effective Feb. 1, more clearly but the basic purpose of
reflects the mission and functionsof providing functional training r AHEAD..READY IN 20 MINUTES!
the command; that of instruction remained unchanged. Throughthe
of pilots and air- years, the unit lost its "flying 2 FOR 1
crewmen in operation of classrooms" and several *
equipment used in the aircraft specialized advanced training v.l \ Buy One PIZZA Get One FREE! \
they will be flying, particularly in courses evolved.As .l.lvb3 DINE IN OR CARRY OUR OUT
ASW squadrons, as well as other a consequence of these BIG TONY HAS MOVED!
specialized aviation training.FASOTRAGRULANT training syllabus changes, the GOOD ONLY AT
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: 4 SPORTS i From my desk in the Naval Air Station Safety Center, I see the-
: : .... reports on all of the personnel injuries and the accidents that occur on
1 '.' at Cecil Field. Seldom do I see
people
tt ,, and off the station involving our
"::: DTC J.D. Brewster : of the
t It* By anything new or unique which means that we are all guilty

'.,tl .::.:...... ..... .. .........u..M..u....... ......... .... same careless acts, thoughtlessness, and failing to learn from the
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2i mistakes of others. The purpose of this messenger is to point some

1. VA-37 nipped the Marines 52 baskets which reputedly wore in on a series of easy shots to take of the acts and actions that are causing our people at Cecil Field injury

w 50 in a cliff hanger. After a 26. 26 lids. ((3)) The halftime found the top scoring honors with 30 points, and the loss of money to pay for mistakes.
halftime tie, the "Bulls" pulled in Marines in front 18 11. while Nunn pumped in 19 for the The following are some recent observations:
front of the scrappy Marine 5, Late arriving Tommy Webb Marines. Any one who travels 103rd Street to and from the Naval Air Station is
and enjoyed an 8 point lead at the canned 19 points, and James Meldrum, Brooks and Wilt well aware of the motorcycles that pass everyone on the way to work.
A end of the 3rd quarter. The Nunn 15 to lead all Marine Jones triggered the Power Plants I suppose most cyclist fell that's a privilege granted to a person
' Marines retaliated with a flurry scorers. John Mann, with 10 ."attack" with 8 counters each.P. owning a motorcycle. However you should know it's extremely
f i i of baskets in the 4th stanza, and counters was top point-getter for S. The trance must have dangerous and we are going to have a real "Blood & Guts" type ac'
had VA-37 on the ropes at the VA-45. commenced in the 2nd.quarter, cident if it isn't stopped. Some of the phone calls we receive at the.
buzzer.M. VA-37 threw a scare into league because Power Plants led 10.8 at Safety Center on this subject indicate great frustration and anxiety on
Johnson had 12 points, and leading V A-81 before bowing 47 that point.BOWLING the part of the automobile drivers who are being passed. So come on
Seivers and Braun 10 each for the now, motorcycle drivers,act mature and prolong your life.
Bulls. John Mills with 22 points, 44.The Bulls were the first team to American League: Little Dale The next account is almost too scarey to write about still on 103rd
and Tommy Webb with 12 were successfully defense against VA- Howard led all bowlers Tuesday Street we have immature, thoughtless and careless automobile
the top point men for the 81's vaunted fast break this night with a sparkling 661 243, drivers that make the motorcycle drivers look like hearse drivers. On
Marines.J. season. VA-37 resorted to the 235, 183. Other high sets were numerous! occasions, west bound drivers of automobiles have been
C. Coles from VA-174 canneda simple, basic manuever of rolled by Bob Samu,546.212, 178; passing and when east bound traffic approaches, they go off on the
career high of 23 points to dropping their guards back, George Lent, 524 -211; Dave LEFT shoulder because there is no room to re-enter the west bound
trigger the "Hellrazors" to a 57 rather than having them go to Bowersox, 552 211,. 175; Jay lane. REAL SMART REAL SMART: This is hard on the nerves and
51 win over VA-86 in a well played their offensive boards when a Bongren, 521 179, 174; John tempers, but think of what it does to the person who is rightfully in the
.. game. shot was taken. The strategy Skidmore (again), 520 188; east bound lane, do they stay on the highway or go on the shoulder.
VA-174 trailed by a point at the nearly payed off in an upset win. Chic Chirichello, 517,- 185; Mark There's no way to guess what the NUT in their traffic lane. is going.to
half; however, Coles hit for 8 After VA-37 failed to convert a Bryand 513, 513 180, 174; Joe do because he is a NUT! points in the 3rd quarter to rally one-and-one situation with 23 Szymanski, 507 185 and Arlie In addition, we still get reports on scalds from radiator caps,.,. .
his team. Smooth shooting Ron, seconds remaining, and trailingby Blount, 500 175, 172. Everyone should use a'rag lo just crack the cap, let the steam escape,
Worsham also had 23 points for a single point, VA-81's Mike Paul Corso, the Tampa then remove the cap. If possible, cool the radiator with water : this. ..
VA-86. Luchi stepped to the charity line "flash", scored a personal first ,will ,condensate the steam 'and reduce the pressure. .
We often boastfully refer to with 6 seconds left and cooly when he rolled a 206. The 200 Around the parking lots one can see an abundance of slick tires Hey
unusual local happenings as dropped 2 free throws throughtthe game gem was Paul's initial 200 Man! You are really asking for it! Isn't yours and your families life -
being "just another Cecil Field nets to put the game beyond game during league competition. worth more than the price of a set of tires? Recaps are much safer
first" well, here is yet another reach. Luchi had 15 points for Standings: than slicks. If you can't afford new tires, try recaps, 'if they. are
first: Our Marien detachment VA-81, and Braun 13 ffor VA-37. Coarse 38 10 recapped by a reputable firm.
downed V A..S, 43 27, but, ((1)) at The Marines apparently Boozers 34Mz 13Mz Not all accidents involve transportation. Ungrounded power tools,
the end of the first quarter, the mesmerized the Power Plants Marines 31- 17 buffers and appliances cause many deaths each year. Here at Cecil
Marines led 5 0 (sound like a quintet, because at games end, Screwballs 30 18 Field most of our tools and buffers have the ground point missing. Any
baseball score?). (2) To com- AMD's second finest found VA-105 2622 electrical device that draws high current can and does kill the user
pound matters, both squads took themselves on the losing end of a Dave's Disasters 22 .' 26 under the right conditions. The safety inspector of Cecil Field will
"aim" at the hoop, and fired 71.28 score. El Scavengers 21 27 remove the plugs from any device that is unsafe.
more than 20 shots each at the Tommy Webb gleefully cashed Dizzy Dinks im 28th All hands at Cecil Field are requested to report any unsafe conditions
I acts, or trends to the Safety Center (ext. 282.283)). This will
CECIL FIELD 4th IN 6 ND make sure that it is noted and will greatly assist in making Cecil Field
dominated the boards'for the and this spelled defeat. Raider J. safer. You may withhold your name if desired. Your attention to
TOURNEY Raiders, and pumped in 25 points J.Wilson took top scoring honors CECILFIELDINST 5100.7B on reporting accidents and injuries is
which spelled the difference. with a 27 point effort. requested. We need the information to alleviate the conditions that
Coach Al Jones from the'AMD Cecil Field trailed until the final Cecil Field came back to rout contribute to accidents. .

Power Plants assembled a group seconds when Willy Denson hit on host team Gulf port106, ,- .91.: Safety is an all hands, full time job; If Cecil 'Field is to attain a:"., ,..-
of Intramural Basketball All- 2 free throws to ice the victory.In Denson tallied 23 points, but it higher standard of safety, it will be because all the personnel on board
Stars, and walked away with a was the flawless ball handling of are cooperating and working together towards this goal.
their second the
game, backcourt wizard Mike Luchi
surprising 4th place finish in a 13
Raiders bowed to the tournament ... '. ,
which broke the wide
team 6th Naval District game open. TIIINKt
champion Pensacola five, 88- 75. .'
Mike also contributed 19 points.
Basketball Tournament. The feat By Carl C. Wells Jr.
Cecil Field overcame a,22 point
The Raiders reached the
all the incredible
was more Officer
Safety
r halftime deficit to pull within 7
because the team had NEVER century mark for the second
points of the champs late in the
played a game together. game. However, Cecil Field consecutive time as they blocking numerous shots, According to coach Jones, this ,
swamped Albany 104 78. Luchi
frustrating the Albany shooters they should have'
was one
game
Cecil Field won their opening found themselves' unable to scored 32 points and Wilson 20 to "
and completely dominating the won. Luchi broke the back of the"
convert their free throws at
game by nipping Mayport 82 81, lead the assault. Bruce Stecklair backboards.In with his ,
Athens' fulj,,court press
crucial times during the period
As expected, Rodney Moll turned in a peerless defensive their final game, the Raiders dribbling and ball handling.
performance in the game, lost to Athens 99 98 in overtime. Meanwhile, Moll and Stecklair"

double-teamed the 6'8" Albany
""-
c \ center and kept him off the'boards.
Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-10 p.m. However, after the tall

Albany pivot man fouled out, the
D( PICKUP & DELIVERY Raiders became overconfident,

: a ROAD SERVICE and as a result lost the game.
Luchi had we points to lead
Q MECHANIC ON DUTY
..Su. Cecil Field scorers. He tallied
Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARSYIagVE1lIlitllr" most of his points'on long outside

F>:. shots.
Our team made the trip to'
BOB'S OAK HILL Gulf port with the Mayport team,

and Casey Scruggs, MayportAthleticJpirector
UDI@JO I could not resist
the temptation of telling the
I Raider players how bad they
SERVICE CENTER
Line of 'were, and how his team would
Complete ",% !* Sg8JSJ .. al03rd&Jamme'Road
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Phone 771-9156 you're with
crow, Casey or
72't without catsup? P. S. 01 Case
used to coach the Cecil Field
'Softball team, and as I recall he
We Offer the' Largest Selection of never coached a champion'here
Now o1 Dit either he did set, a-single-
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Publisher f J" iiruiiiM1jU<_BLriJ-LrLn Movie ScheduleThursday


JAXAIRNEWS CALL: 388-2755
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NAS Jacksonville .
AdS should be mailed to arrive not later than 1 11' ,.'1. I' ,. ,. ',11 .. ;. '. .)... .' .'. :. '. I
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
LATWINGER
Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be
NAS Cecil( FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE = published the following week unless the Feb. .HOSPITAL: "SOMETHING
10
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publisher Is Instructed
otherwise. A check or
money order for the full cost of the ad must be .NAS: A MAN CALLED BIG"
received WITH the copy for the ad. SLEDGE" Color Western, Sunday,Feb. 13
4747 San Juan Avenue $ Starring James Garner, Dennis NAS: WHEN EIGHT BELLS

Jacksonville Florida RATE minimum charge( lines) 12.00 Weaver and Ken Clark. "R" VG TOLL" Color Spy Drama,
Per additional line((4 words per line) .SO ((90 min.) Starring Anthony Hopkins and

HOSPITAL: "SAY HELLO TO Jack Hawkins. "GP" VG (95

; \ ;, # \ \ ttJ YESTERDAY" Color Drama, min.)
-= Starring Jean Simmons and HOSPITAL: "KELLY'S

FHA--23STT YES BR. UNF. HOUSE Leonard Whiting. "GP" (90min.) HEROES"Monday.
EMPLOYMENTNAVY
2 Lg. BR. Big den, Feb.14
central heating & Kit. equip., 1'j Car Garage In Friday, Feb. 11
= air Separate workshop 387.1213. Lakeshore. $135. mo. NAS: "SOMETHING BIG" NAS: THE BABY MAKER"

WIVESPut Richard L. VanSandt Realtor Louise T. Bailey Color Outdoor Action Drama, Color Comedy Drama, Starring

your skills to work. Interesting Broker m im Starring Dean Martin Brian Barbara Hershey and Sam
assignments for keypunches, typist, WE REPRESENT MANY ORANGE PARK ,
Groom. "R" E (109 min.)
secretary, dictaphone operator, of the Navy Personnel Interested In 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dishwasher Keith and Carol White. "GP" VG
clerks, boOkkeepers. purchase of land for future use or Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth (105 minHOSPITAL) HOSPITAL: "WHEN EIGHT
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Saturday Feb. 12
Navy Retired ,
your Interested HOMES .
DANCERS WANTEDTo protected. NAS: KELLY'S HEROES" Drama,Starring Walter Matthau

train for Luau entertainment. WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA, Color War Comedy Drama, and Deborah Winter. "GP" (118
Hawaiian and Tahitian dancing.. 364 INC. VA FINANCINGNo Clint Eastwood min.) .
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VP-45 Wives Hold I
A RECORDED MESSAGE BY A Louise T. Bailey MeetingThe
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells 771.3605 Broker TRAILER PARK
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS,Clean, modern
you DISCJOCKEYCall how you may become a FLY TO BAHAMAS trailers and apts. 389.3077, VP-45 Navy Wives Club The Business meeting was

35S-2M4 any hour SPECIAL OVERNIGHT TRIPS75. held their monthly meeting followed by a Program on "Arts 1
VA APPROVEDFor Option plan. Includes Air trans., 1949MARRIOTT I Tuesday night, Feb. 8, in the Crafts"given by Mrs. Williams
Veterans and servicemen Hotel, Food, Night Club tickets & 12x60,A-C, New Carpet, Storage Shed, Small Chapel at NAS. Meetingwas from the Arts & Crafts Shop in
Guided tour for investment. $5200 772.9217TRANSPORTATION
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. hostessed by Mrs. Lillian Orange Park. .

1925. Dogs and Cats ,Boarded. LEAVES JACKSONVILLE Black and Mrs. Kay Peters.It The Easter Egg Hunt will be
Pick up & Delivery Available. 10AM. F E B.12 was decided at the Business discussed at the March meetingand

Mastercharge Grooming, Defining&. BanKAmerlcard& Bathing. Bell Room 264 for 4 944.more couples. Hurry, Mrs. meeting, to change the meeting all squadron wives are urgedto

accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 date from the second Tuesday of attend and help make plans

Edgewood Crt. 389.(0064.)) WE BUY I. SELL EQUITIESCall 100 USED VOLKSWAGENS each month to the second Wed- for it. That's March 8, 7:30PM in
PERCENT GUARANTEED
us for quick service.
nesday of each month, starting
USED DOMESTICS
,
Morrison I.Taylor Inc.
NEW RCA andZENITH: STEREO 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. 100 PERCENTGUARANTEED with the March meeting which
Consoles, some with AM.FM, tape Financing and full coverage', Insurance .
771.3052 737-3844 will be March 8, 7:30PM in the
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players at dealers' cost to liquidate also available.
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. Small Chapel on base.
PRESCOTT,ARIZONA JOHN JENKINS USMC Ret .
Offers best climate In the state. Office 725 0911 Res 264.4214 1
SEWINGMACHINES Historic old ranch developed Into 2- '
I have, four 1971 Golden Sew Singer acre homesites near Prescott 1944CHEV.IMPALA jj
Zig-Zags. Used for display In model National .Forest. Two acres: $1995 2 Dr. H.T., A.T., AC 48,000 miles. ,
homes will sell for a fraction of their low terms. For full details write Mrs. S900 Can finance 384.36587ICL3SOHONDA.

cost. US cash or *8 per month. Free A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 DEERSPRINGS
home trial. Call Display Manager 737. North_ 7th St., Phoenix 85004. $450. Cash. 7719663. r
6502 nlte. .
or day.
FOR SALE
ESTATES
20 Acres In Clay County 1948 CORVETTE CONY.
LIVE CRABSWilford's Reasonably priced. P.S., P.B., P.W., A.C., AM.FM, Tape, ..
.Fish Camp .* Louise T. Bailey 327X300 HP. Assume bal. of loan. 398- ...ATKEYSTONE ,
264 9707
Broker 771-3405 7883 Aft. 6. HEIGHTS ./
INCOME TAX MOBILE
HOMESITES
Call 771.2634 HOUSE FOR SALE 70 MAVERICKRed "
Military Tax Service.for appointment.3731 RendaleDr. By owner,' 2 BR home, separate AC, R&H, St. Shift, $1400. HM2 1 Clyde W. Simpson & Co
garage. 4020 Ernest St. Call 7571728. Gain, NAS Jax. EXT 3408 or 764-5169 O 1 )
REALTOR 356-6849
HEATING NEW HOMES 1966 VW BUG You'tt Cuwr 9atcf'- BelS r sm
Central Furnaces, Wall Furnaces, 3 & 4 BR 2 baths, 'Built.In Range, S450 As low as $100 down. 384.3658. UKfc MY MOlUtt W TO MAtf." .
Space Heaters,Clean and repaired. Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,900 up. 4
Tyler's Heating& Air Cond. FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy. FOR SALE 4j j
350"Custom
38-5141 Edw. O. Lyon Broker, 3845354. 69 Harley Davidson Sprint
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metal flake. $500. .
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4711 Palm' -r. .lAkIhnr, !_; purple

PUPPIES FOR SALE RENTALS Cash. 7811543. ONE OF A KIND I II I

White, AKC German Shepherd pup
pies, wormed. $75 & up. 3 female & 2
_male. Call 388.2337. NEWLY DECOR. DUPLEX ...FOR THE PQ-IT-YOURSEIF MAN I
2 BR., Unf. Apt., Kit. Equip. I
RIDE WANTED Alsn, 1 BR. Furn. Apt. 1 yr. leaser I
From San Juan Ave.-Hyde Park area
to Cecil Field. 771.3211, Ext. 8126 or (''. for bothLouls.T.. Bailey
WithoutAdvertising ::
384 1160. Broker_"1-3405 T

FOR SALE ROOM FOR RENT
Kirby vacuum, works. Portable dishwasher Run of tl house. Kitchen privileges.
works, but needs some 5930 LaMoya Ave. Across from K-

new repairs.picture'RCA tube console, most color other TV, needs tubes Mart. Off Weston nett. .771.4836. You W OU I d n't

new. All 3 Items for$50. 3871981. BEING TRANSFERRED?
retired Navy man who un
Let a Know
derstands YOUR problems ma"lIge." ,
NOTICE the rental of your house until you
Mending sewing and alterations Jay.Bartleson .
to
done. 3845177. return O'Neill & Payne, Inc. 67 CORVETTE ConvertibleBlue

1147 So. EdgewoodAn'.

FOR SALE 388-9311 Autotrans., Radio & Heater, Shaker,

24'CAM Travel.388 Trailer, Self Contained. :::: ;:::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::$::::::::::::) Sidewinder pipes, ,E.70 x 15 Roadhuggers, Sprint Mag
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carpeted. Some with flreplaces..AII ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: GUARANTEED VOLKSWAGENS '44to'71 .
PCT.
In 100
lovely South Wood lust across the i" ,
bridge In Mandarln..S36000.S39000. something for everybody! .;
As little as 10 percent down. SPECIAL RATES 00 per occupancy
50. double .
We also build to order.L. FOR SERVICEMEN ...
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.Walter Benjamin, Inc. nltely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser'l Seafood : :' : : :;: i'
Realtors 248 5504 Entertainment Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phon. Olympic WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN::
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available1. Excellent fishing, boating,
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wooded lots. 6-Z terms. One mile E. swmmCl ., <. .. .
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In Clay J LG.County TRAILER. Buy LOTS lots with or .01 Main Strut Phone M5-J744 OPENDAILYIT08:30SATURDAYtT05SUNOAYtTCUPM>1 = ;:. .:' '/

without :Trailers. All three compl. .. : : .)
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; Among Class 208 Grads r.

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FIVE IRANIAN Mohammad Rahim frequently perform in the .

civilians, assigned here at Mehrabi, and two Iranian north-Florida, south- 1 '.

NATTC for training, were sailors, Mohammad-Ali Georgia area, appeared in 'rr>t tttf
among the graduates of Vaezi-Marandi and the annual "Fat Tuesday"

Class 208 at Aviation Gholam-Reza Barshan, celebration for the first

Electrician's Mate "A" are currently enrolled in time last year and were

School. the same school. The two invited for a return visit. .

The students Farrokh sailors arrived here in Credit

Fathi, Mohammad-Reza October and will

Karbaf, Gholam-A1i graduate in April. Union

Rahgozar, Hassan Zehni Another Iranian student
I.w. and Mohammad will begin school later this NomineesNominees

Monajemi .. graduatedlast month. rr

Thursday. When asked about their the board of for directors four vacancies and two on on ..ADVANCED to their present ranks at NATTC are (I to r) YN3
At AE "A" School, the impressions of the U.S., the credit committee will be Sharon Krefft of AO School, YN2 Dennis Jackson of Personnel, AE2
Iranians and their the foreign students stated presented to the members at the Harlow Perry, an AE "A" School instructor; and AMCS Walter

American classmates that it is very much like Annual Meeting by Ray Forrest, Parrish, an NDI School instructor.

studied aircraft and what they expected and chairman of the Nominating

electrical and instrument quite similar to their own Committee. Navy NewsgramThe
For the board of directors, the
systems. During the last country. Except for committee has nominated

three weeks of training language problems, they Richard J. Kemen Plant items this week in
following highlight Navy
they had an opportunity to reported no difficulty in Engineering Division Superintendent -
apply their knowledge on adjusting to this country. ,NARF; Ernest Leslie News:

actual aircraft. NATTC usually has a Technician Industrial, Naval I Engineering Air Rework Multi-Purpose CarriersThe

Before their assignmenthere small number of foreign Facility; W. Mel Ross Training Navy has given the go- under revision. A section to be
the five men attended students attending the Specialist, Naval Air Technical ahead to modify its attack affected is the one where officersare
a four-month schools. One from Brazil Training Center; CDR ThomasK. carriers (CVA) into multi- compared with others of their
English language courseat and another from Thailand Jones. USN, Assistant Public purpose carriers (CV). same rank.
Works Officer, NAS Jacksonville An officer can now be ranked
Lackland Air Force graduated from AE Schoolin Presently, tactical air and anti-
; CDR Charles Cornett, Jr. submarine (ASW) operations are from a high of"recommended for
Base in Texas. October. UN Administrative Officer, carried out by CVA and ASW accelerated promotion" through
Three of them Fathi, Fleet Air Wing 11, NAS carriers (CVS) respectively. CV "one of the top few"to"excellent
Karbaf and Rahgozar THE JAXON LAN- Jacksonville; Capers D. Griffith, will be able to perform both performer" and, further down
left Jacksonville Fridayfor CERS, the training cen- Supply Systems Analyst, Supply operations simultaneously. the line, to "unsa tisfactory".
their homeland while ter's drill team, will be Department, NAS Jacksonville; USS Saratoga is the first CVAto Under the revisions being
participating in the Mardi Gordon L. King Supervisor, be adapted to the CV concept, considered, the top three blocks
Zehni and Monajemi are Programs Management Branch, which she has recently finished mentioned above will be ex
festivities in New
here for two additional Gras Supply Department, NAS testing. panded so the reporting seniorcan
weeks of study. Orleans this month. Jacksonville; and Captain The tests proved the concept more accurately designatean
Another Iranian civilian The Lancers, who Richard C. O'Loughlin SC. USN. offers miximum flexibility for officer as a better performerthan
,
Supply Officer, NAS Jackson dealing with a wide range of his almost-equal peers.
ville. situations by adjusting the"mix"of Also, all reporting seniors are
Credit Committee nomineesare aircraft. being reminded that an officercan
Mazda 1200: the only
: Johnny E. Tucker Modification of CVA to CV be nominated for accelerated
Production Control, Naval Air involves exchanging some tactical promotion regardless of time in
family wagon priced so low. Rework Facility; Thomas W. aircraft for ASW aircraft, grade, meaning an officer
Mincey Production Controller, plus changes in communications, promoted to Commander in early
'226 5 wing easy loading tailgate Naval Air Rework Facility,Lt(Jg>I> repair and weapons inventory March can be nominated for
up Ronald G. Davenport Flee! and the addition of ASW control accelerated promotion to Captainin
seat for extra fold cargo down space rear Intelligence Center,Europe,NAS capabilities. his fitness report of March 31.
front> disc brakes Jacksonville; and Fernie E. Among the SW aircraft slated These and other revisions to the
durable,reliable Selby Jr., Industrial I for the CV is the new S-3A Viking. fitness report system are to be
,,,-; v" and responsive Engineering Technician Public 'OFFICER FITNESS REPORTS distributed to all commands
lively,gas- Works. NAS Jacksonville Officer Fitness reports are shortly.
squeezingOHV I NEW ENLISTED RATINGA
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'Beaters''Breed Carelessness i:

/act*"from the :; t

Dope ComFalr Jax Drug A war ne,,Team" ,;:?J t

(Editorial by SN Michael J. Curley .
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0 O young grandad Money men was and in i a uniform transportation aougnbo/have Money been for will striving the weekend to overcome are two since problems I great ,.: "; ;"..,' :On:::: : ; : S .I"..:'.:

save, but probably continue to be'eliu S. ; J' .1
some guys nowadays think 1
they have temporarily solved "
p the wheels problem with a "beater." "
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t the To anyone who doesn't know What a beater I., Just look outfl tn Dope"Straight / j
parking lot.
Do M J 1
Q you see any cars out there that were around
before
p of Elvis shook the country t Predictably, it will have it. share 1,
R that can'hSJ and bald tires. It's the old Junker, clunker V bomb
.tom ax! or seven of the boys on a Saturday night,and cost ,
I one the owner no more than $tOO. It may even be owned by' more than Marijuana is classified by the government as a narcotic ;w
On person. but it isn't. It's in a class all!! by itself(illegal). .'.
a Saturday night everyone piles in and it.'s' off to town. The .
very nature of the beater makes the driver and the passengers a bit .j
more careless than they would be if
they were driving In a new car.
z- The passengers don't worry about where they put their feet or Drug Awareness Team
their cigarettes, and the driver Is not as mindful of the nearcollisions. ,
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'If it breaks down or/ get into a wreck says one of the driversowners Giving ]Presentations '/
; "I'll just leave it where it lies. We only paid $75 for IU"!
/ 4 .' This type of thinking can lend to trouble, and an accident can cost
n : more than the money you paid for the car. Jax The Drug Awareness unbiased drug facts and. .... ,r
There are also certain legal considerations Team is scheduling presentations discussion lasting about. two ,
>3 ,.r all titles and documents are in order and are to easily be made.transferable Make sure before for the current year and many hours. .ij
., you dish out the cash for your beater. You wouldn't want to time slots are available. -:
,'n'f buy a car and then find out later that you don't really own it. The team is now under the The team can work in nearly J.t:
Make arrangements for insurance to operational control of the any available space with groups '.
cover you and your clunker. Commanding Officer of NAS Jax of 10-25 enlisted
1.: No matter how good of a driver still approximately .
you are you need insurance. and is located in Bldg. 720, Ext. personnel or with number of
Besides, if it gets stolen you might want your $75 back. any ]
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your state requires one and
your prospective beater doesn't
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,,1' have one, be prepared to acquire a safety inspection sticker. The 1
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I The Saea Of The Girl Who-Took Command I Isq

'-' .,

Jax A century ago the clipper ship was queen of the.
sea-Greyhound of the deep. I
The fastest vessel afloat, it called for unusual skill on
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the bridge.

S Navigating a clipper ship Cape Horn the weather turned
,,: ___ # halfway around the world in the frigid. Rounding the Cape in the
r' 1850's was a feat for even the dead of winter, the clipper
most experienced skipper.For shuddered. in the storm-filled
.\ Se S a young girl of 19 to coursea Antarctic
clipper ship 5,000 miles through Only expert handling kept the
storm and frigid weather, her ship from capsizing in the heavy
\ captain-husband and two other seas.
officers ill below decks' and a On Nov. 13, t856, after 55 daysat
mutinous first officer in irons, is sea, the ship entered San
one of the all-time epics of skill Francisco harbor and deliveredits
and courage on the high seas. valuable cargo into,th ,handsof
'' Such was the stranger-thao. the consignees.
,
fiction experience of Mary Observing the clipper's arrivalwas
Patten, acting captain of the '
Captain Gardner of the"Intrepid"
I 1 Vf' clipper ship "Neptune's Car." who commented on
From the Portsmouth, Va. Mary Patten's feat, "Her skill in
shipyard 1853 came "Nep-- captaining "Neptune's Car"
.' tune's Cary; 1,616 tons of sleek safely into port was no fluke.
; beauty spread along. its 216-foot Few shipmasters could have
.. length. excelled Captain Patten's wife in
A Builtf the East to West Coast seamanship or as a navigator."
run,"Neptune's Car"found itself Few women have had their
preceeded by more than 35 other names inscribed in the annals of
clipper ships which,in a period of the sea. Mary Patten's name and
two months, had put out of deed stand relatively alone.
Atlantic ports for the long voyage She was truly the' girl in
down the Coast of South America, command.
around Cape Horn and back up What Captain'Gardner or any
the Coast of South America to
az 0 of the crew of "Neptune's Car"
California. did not know was that there were
Commanding the vessel was 29 really two persons on the bridgeof
year-old Joshua Patten, "one of the clipper ship during the
the ablest members of his entire historic voyage.
SHE TOOK COMMAND. For 55 days, 19 year-old Mary Patten commandedthe profession" despite his youth. Mary,Patten was carrying her
Clipper ship "Neptune's Car" 5,000 miles around Cape Horn from New Yorkto Accompanying Captain Patten unborn child.
was his bride, Mary Brown j just
San Francisco. turned 18 but born and reared HATS AT SEA
with love for the sea. Her father Hats at sea are out, except on
specific watches designated by
was a New England shipmaster.
During the long months at sea, commanding officers or their
Captain Patten taught his wife to superiors.
navigate the clipper ship, little Once out of Harbor limits, caps
dreaming that the pupil would and hats will not be required as
; ". .; _:,; <.1 soon be called upon to replace the part of the uniform.
teacher. This Navy-wide change in the

,,. 3 In August 1856, the ship hoisted uniform regulations follows an
": Atlantic trial.
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I'D w 1I sea only a few days,Captain .
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SHEFFIELD&ASSOCIATES
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with malaria which they had CHAMPIONSHIPWRESTLING
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around the world.Responsibility.
for the EMSURFSIDECLUB"
navigation of "Neptune's Car" MAYPORT
now rested on the slim shouldersof 8:30 PM.-Thursday, FEB. 17th.

I Ij. Faced Mary Patten.with the decision to Girls i -Girls-Girls i !

L return to New York or continuethe ALL GIRL TAG TEAM MATCH
long trip to the West Coast, plus2 MORE MATCHES
pupil-turned-captain Mary an-
: nounced to the crew that VIOLET RAY
"Neptune's Car" would sail on. world's woman Champion
On its southward sweep toward

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Sports BriefsPower How They're Standing


..,...................................................................................................... Volleyball
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Intramural NavyMarine

Boat OutingJax Volleyball Bowling Underway

The Navy Jax Power Boat Club is planning
outing for Saturday, February 12 to Fort an Standings Standings Jax -The NATTC Intramural Wed-
Volleyball season began
The club will! depart from the NAS Marina It'9:30 in the
: '.. W' L W L' nesday, February 8,
Saturday morning: A picnic, fishing and golf are some NAHJ,\X 101 1 GOOD AND BAD 66 18 Rosendahl Gym. Games will be
of the activities planned for the outing. MATSCJ:; 14 3 US 57 27 played four nights a week
You don't have to be a member of the club nor do MART! It 5 ARDSLEYS 57 27AC Monday through Thursday.
you
have to own own boat in :MINT 9 7 AOB No.2 39 441 Games will begin at 7:30 p.m.
your order
to take part in the FICKUK: 9 7 SPOTS 39 45 Wednesdays and at 8:00: p.m. the
outing. Anyone interested in going along is asked to FAKTUMAUINK!: 4 12 TIlE METS 36' 47y other nights. A total of 14 teamsare
contact Earl Bennett at 356-6311 or 389-1524. Anyone at : IIAimACHS 2 13 SANDBAGGERS 35' 481 participating. The teams
Cecil Field who would like to go along is asked to contact <)?",!'h = 0 16 AOB No.1 31 53NAVMARS have been divided into two
National and the
John McMahanan at 768-4602 at Ext. 100. 30' 531 leaguesthe American. Each league is
7-GUNS 28 56
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composed of four teams from
Jax Navy Golf TeamJax : '::"..1[ .",'' AE"A"School and three from AO
"A" School. Playoffs are
The Jax Navy Golf Team lost a close one last scheduled to begin on Tuesday, t.
weekend to the Jacksonville University Golf team by a March 21.Dentists.

score of 306-307.
Walt Kelczewski from Hospital with a 75 and Fred
Miller of FICEUR with a 76 were low medalist winnersfor

Jax. ,
with 74 and Mike Fox with 77 can now keep abreastof
Skip Murray a a were the latest advances in dental
low medalists for Jacksonville University. treatment through ,color and
sound film,,provided bthe Vet-
Invitational MarathonJax erans Administration.

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An Invitational InterService Marathon will be

held on Saturday, February 19 at the Eglin Air Force S'S
Base in Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. coa: reC.e..iasHouse Blandmq Boulevard
Cedar Hill}Shopping Center
All 6ND personnel are invited to compete in the 26 of Quality Foods Phone 7719223

mile 385 yard course. Awards will be given to the top 10 Every FRIDAY I Night is
individuals and the top three teams. Every ,SATURDAY Night is
Anyone interested in participating in the marathon is FAMILY NIGHT

asked to contact the athletic office at Ext. 3239 for more STEAK 179NIGHT chick of&
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Meet will beheld at the NAS Indoor Pool on February 12 LUNCH 11 AM til2 PM DINNER 4 PMtil8 PM

fat 9:00 a.m.., The public is invited to attend free of *1
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':. Top Bowlers Of Week

Jax-L. Collier of the Late Chargers in the Intramural
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Intramural VW-4 Loses Two Games:


Bowling Undefeated Record SpoiledJax Bat

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StandingsNATIONAL VW-4 went Into last a 41.37 victory. Martin had 23 ,
week.'s Intramural Basketball points for the winners.
LEAGUE play tied for first place in the VP-5 kept its perfect record
American League with VP-5,only intact last week with a 40-35 win
W L to come out in the third place at over ComFairJax as Andersonled AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
GEMS 10 2 the end of the week as a result of VP-5 with 18 points. '. I'" } ,
"I RADAR 17 10 2 two losses to the V-49 team, who ComFalrJax came back from W' L t, <' '.'stti I.. L'
t COMFAIRJAX 11 5 moved into the second place spot. their loss to VP-S with a 55-51 win VP-5 ...7 0 NATTC ': ;k Y.: a': 71 -, 0
TAMARAWS 10 6 In VW-4's and VP-49's first over the Administration team. VP-49 6 \ 1 BEES 6 1
FAETU 8 4 meeting last week, VP-49 easily Hall of Admin led all scorers with VW-4 .. "J'7' 2 MARINE BARRACKS, J.Ii J ,5, ),, i
LEPRECHAUNS 9 7 disposed of VW-4's undefeated 20 points.In AIH OPS 3 3 MEDICAL T R .:'5'', 3
ILL EAGLES 8 8 record with a 78-62 win. Martin the National League 1 it: HOSPITALCOMFAIRJAX 0 ',1" 3 4 VP-16 'r.:' 4:' 3
NAMTD 5 7 led the Woodpeckers with 23 looked like NATTC's perfect 3. 6 MARTD '4 i 4p.
FLAP JAX 3 13 followed by Dulin with 18 and record was in jeopardy as FICEUR 2 5 MATSG 0 2',:I ,5
679th 3 13 Heath had 19 for VW4.In Medical held a 41.34 lead at halftime NDRC 2 7 NARJAX I, t.S',
WOMENS LIB 3 13 their second meeting Martin but NATTC came back ADMINISTRATION I FAW.ll I :,.,6"
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again led his team,with 24 points strong in the second half for a 81- COMMUNICATIONS '0 7:;
this time, to victory with 69-60 71 victory Kaelin had 20 for ,I !",
CONTINENTAL LEAGUE win. Wilson had 20 and Dom- NATTC and Johnson had 26 for ,
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W L broski 19 for VW-4. Medical. In their game with the i
HOSPITAL 14 2 VP-49 made it three wins in one Bees, Medical found themselves 'I'ro
BUSH LEAGUERS 10 2 week with a 72-34 win over on the short end of a 22-21 score at o "
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.. TARS 11 5 NDRC. The score was 35-21 at the the half but they came back to
QUACKS 11 5 half in favor of VP-49 but NDRC edge the Bees 5049. Johnson led R .
P&PPs 9 7 managed only 13 points the entire Medical with 19 points.
CHOKERS 8 8 second half as they lost their VP-16 won two games last weekto
MOLAR ROLLERS 5 11 seventh game of the season. run their record above the .500
CHIEFS 4 8 Judice was high point man for mark with a 67-26 win' over /r
PIN BUSTERS 4 8 _VP-49 with 18 points. MATSG and a 75-54 win over sir r
NDRC No 2 3 9 FICEUR also tagged NDRC MARTD. Anderson had 22 in the
EAGLES I 15 with a loss last week, Inspite of win over MARTD while Franklin
NDRC's 20-19 half time lead,with had 22 for MARTD.

ATLANTIC LEAGUE .
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FICEUR V 8 8

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NUBS 3 13
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