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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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. 46 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida FEBR 1972 ,



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.SecNav Women has in NROTC national Soviet emergency.The navy. routinely Scheduled Here Feb. 24'

announced that, receives similar support from its

under legislation present,women congressional cannot legally merchant marine fleet. Jax A seminar for retired Cdr. Breeding, who will policies including pay, benefits .
be admitted to the Naval Civilian FellowshipsThe Navymen and those in the Fleet moderate the session, said there and privileges. .
Academy.Two Navy is broadening Reserve is to be held at the NAS will also be a review of the latest Following these presentations,
women were recently educational opportunities for its theatre, Thursday, Feb. 24, from report from the Secretary of the the floor will be opened for
nominated for appointment to the Civilian employees under a new 9 a.m. to noon. The meeting will Navy's Advisory Committees on discussion of any matters'at
Academy. However, the Navy Secretary of the Navy Fellowship be part of the Navy-wide effort to Retired Personnel. These interest, according to Breeding.This .
will admit women to its Naval Program. improve communications bet- committees, one for officers and is the initial meeting of its
Reserve Office Training Corps Graduate-level fellowships will ween the service and its retired one for enlisted men, were kind in the Fleet Air, Jackson-
(NROTC) program beginningthis be offered to employees in the people. established in 1970 to review the ville command area and will be
fall. financial management and The agenda for the seminar effectiveness of current open to retired peeple from
Women will be admitted to the supply and transportation fields here calls for talks on Civilian retirement programs and Albany, Ga. to Orlando. ":
NROTC unit at Jacksonville for the first time. Fellowships in Health and Medical Program of .
University in September.The the Civilian Personnel and Uniformed Services (CHAM-
Navy is considering ex- Procurement fields will also be PUS), VA benefits, Social I
pansion of the female par- offered. Security and the Retired Ser-
ticipation In NROTC at more GS-9's through 14 are eligible. vicemen's Protection Plan ,\
colleges and admitting womento Other details on requirements for (RSPP) and Widow's Equity, : I
the College Scholarship fellowship nominees will soon be according to Commander LesterE. V
Program, which provides $100 distributed by the Office of Breeding, staff officer with
monthly during all four years of Civilian Manpower Management.More Commander Fleet Air,
and all tuition and Jacksonville and Director of the
college pays
Drug Centers Career Information school at the
fees. The Navy is expanding its air
Pilot Program programs to combat drug abuse
Civilian tanker, SS Erna by authorizing 27 Drug Care station.HELP __ 1 1p
Elizabeth, is refueling Navy Centers in the U.S. and overseas. I I
ships in the Caribbean- and will These centers provide treat- : a.' .5
extend its operations in the next ment and counseling for drug ? ,
55 days to Navy ships in the users. 4r
Western Atlantic and Med. Also, CNO has asked that Jax Next week's issue of the
This pilot program, worked out young petty officers be assignedas Jax Air News will be In your hand
between the Navy and the counselors )hi the Drug Thursday, as usual, despite the
.. Maritime Administration, involves Exemption Program. Monday holiday.
the. transfer of fuel to That program encourages drug .. Please make our day after theholiday'atittle
I i carriers, escort ships and the users to voluntarily seek help easier by handing, u
: .replenishing of fuel supplies to without fear of punishmentNavy In your stories and pictures as
Navy oilers. officials feel that young early as possible.The SAILOR OF THE MONTH Airman Joseph R. Wilson checks his
This trial is intended to develop drug users might be more at ease paper may not reach YOU data as he attends to his lob as Assistant Analyst at the Air Ops Per
I f. procedures for possible future discussing their problems with until Thursday, but WE have to sonnel Office.
,.J. underway refueling by commercial counselors who are their own send it to the publisher Tuesday
I : ships-espedally in ,a age. afternoon. AN Wilson Named

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Wilson, from Air Ops, has in the preparation of the 3- :
been chosen as the Sailorof M Summary and: types .,
LCdr. Charles A. Taylor,,I as the Command Center for According to his citation ac- the Month for the monthof official correspon .
the new station Security Officer, Directorate of Operations, J-3, at compaying the award, LCdr.
January. dence. Airman Wilson'srecommendation '
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has received the Joint Service Headquarters United States Taylor showed outstanding
Commendation Medal for Strike Command at MacDill Air professionalism, initiative and Airman Wilson reportedto for
Meritorious service at his former Force Base, Fla. dedication to his duties. HIS NAS Jacksonville after Sailor of the Month stated, .;.
command. He served there as Emergency unique ability to implement completing the AviationMaintenance "he has performed all ...
Prior to his recent assignment Actions Officer from December emergency actions necessary for Ad- assigned duties in
an ;
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. .. ... -,- force alerting procedures, adjustment misinstration "A" School outstanding and enthusiastic *
of major command Memphis, Tenn. He was manner. He is a t

i defense readiness postures and assigned routine tasks very intelligent, well-read ;:
complex deployment of U.S. normally expected of an and highly motivated I
: ; forces to overseas areas proved "A" School graduate but induvidual who works
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LCdr. Olaf Anderson,
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11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday 3 Saturday

Friday 1,1. a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 am. to 1 a.m. YourCiub Friday.Fcb.il SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers

11 a m.'to 2 1m, 11a.m..11 p.m. -' BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple or Frankfurters, Ham &
Juice Hot
Friday & Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Cheese on Rye, French Fried
Saturdav. 11 a.m. to 1 a.m, 11a.m..11p.m. Noon to Midnight Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choiceof Potatoes. Potato Chips Baked Beans,
9 a.m. to 2 a.m. Fri.Sat Sausage or Bacon, Hashed Brown Dessert
/' Potatoes Pastry Bar. Bar.Tuesday
11..m..1a.m. Monday thru Thur ,Feb.22
Sunday DINNER
New England Clam
BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple
9 ..m. to Midnight 11 a.m. to Midnight Chowder, Seafood Platter of Fried
Juice, Hot Farina, Boiled Eggs, Fried
Shrimp, Scallops, Fish
Portions or Eggs to Order, Griddle Hot Cakes w-
Beef Balls Stroganoff, Boiled Syrup Choice of Pork Sausage or
Potatoes, Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Ham. Corned Beef Hash Hot
Years Tartar Sauce, Salad Bar,
25 Ago. i Cherry Pie Chocolate, Pastry Bar.
1 __ I r Butterscotch SANDWICH Brownies. DINNER Tomato Bouillon Soup,
"-'-- n llfl'lfT' LINEi Chicken Salad,
Barbecued
Barbecued Chicken or
Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters, SpareribS, Steamed Rice, Buttered
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following are excerpts from French Fried Potatoes Potato Chips, Snap Beans Hot Spiced Beets,

I articles found in the Jax Air,News 25 years ago. All we t U UODUL Baked SUPPER Beans) Dessert Italian Bar.Meat Sauce,, Cranberry Sauce, Salad Bar, CherryPie.
R Butterscotch Brownies.
can say is, "Times sure'have changed!" Parmesan Boiled Spaghetti,Assorted Pizza Pies, SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on
Cheese, Toasted
Garlic
Bread, O'Brien Summer Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor
For the first lime in history, A flight which made aviation Seasoned Snap Beans, Salad Squash Bar, Frankfurters, French Fried
photographs were taken from 40 history had its beginning at NAS Raisin Nut Cake, Vanilla Pudding. Potatoes, Potato Chips- ,. Baked Beans
t Dessert
miles 'above the earth. The Jax Saturday when LCdr. SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham. SUPPER Bar. Italian Spaghetti,

pictures were made by a gun- William W. Kelly gunned the burgers Sandwiches or ,Frankfurters French Fried, Egg Salad Spaghetti Sauce or Baked Lasagna

type motion picture camera motors of the Navy's new twin-jet Potato Chips Baked Beans,Potatoes Dessert, .Parmesan Cheese, Toasted Garlic
Bread, Seasoned June Peas, Buttered
installed by Navy scientists in the PROTESTANT: Bar.
tail\ of a V-2 rocketEncouraged NAVAL Alit STATIONSUNDAY Saturday,Feb.If Squash, Salad Bar Raisin Nut Cake
"Phantom" fighter and took off BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit Vanilla Pudding.
on the fastest trip ever made Juice, Hominy Grits Fried Eggs to SANDWICH LINE Grilled
by the results of Order French Toast Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Deviled
the test,. the scientists hope 'to down the Florida east coast. .Church School (all Cakes, Choice of Bacon w-Syrup or, Griddle Minute Ham, French Fried Potatoes Potato
)
ages 9:
Bar.
Steaks Pastry Bar. Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert
obtain from 100
photographs
a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine
BRUNCH Wednesday,Feb.21
at 9:30
: Onion
miles above the earth. Forty-two minutes later the Worship 10:30: at All Saints' Sliced Corn Beef on Rye, French Soup, BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato

Phantom was set down on Chapel. Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Juice, Hot Roasted Oats, Hard Boiled

The rocket reached a height of Miami's Master Airport after Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Bar SUPPER Apricot Grilled Pie, Baked Custard. Toast Eggs Syrup Fried Eggs, Choice to Order of Bacon French or

102 miles above the earth, but covering the 325 air miles bet- High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel Annex Grilled Ham Steak Salisbury, Cream Steak or Luncheon Meat, Hashed Brown
Gravy,
only the film recorded at the 40- ween Florida's two largest citiesin Junior and senior youth French Fried Potatoes, Boiled Navy Potatoes Pastry Bar.
mile mark record time. Fellowship-l:30 at Beans, Buttered Asparagus DINNERi Simmered Pea Soup
was reproducable. pirn Bldg. 722. Salad Bar, Assorted Tips, Boiled Corn Beef or Simmered Beef,
Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at Molasses Cookies. Cup Cakes- Natural Brown Gravy, Boiled White

small Chapel. Sunday, Feb.20 Potatoes, Buttered Cabbage &
Tuesday BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato Carrots, Boiled' Pinto Beans, Salad

JT A X SAIR NT B WS Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Juice Order,; French Hot Oatmeal Toast, Fried Eggs to Bar SANDWICH, Pineapple LINE Pie Coconut Grilled Bars.Hamburgers
Syrup,
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Cakes, Choice of Grilled Bacon Griddle or Frankfurters Ham &

Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. Minute Pork Chops, Lyonnalse or Cheese on Rye, French Fried
Potatoes, Hot Chocolate, Pastry Bar. Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans.

The JAX AIR' 'NEWS Is o Civilian Enterprise' Newspaper NAVALIIOSPITAL Grilled BRUNCH: at 9:30 Vegetable Soup, Dessert Bar.SUPPER! Swedish Meat Balls or

distributed each Thursday at the U, S. Naval Air Cheeseburgers, Baked Beans,
Station Divine Worship-10 a.m. at St. Salad Bar,Coconut Cream Turkty' Pot pie, Mashed Potatoes
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Lukes. Sugar Cookies. Plea'Brown Buttered Spinach Cranberry Sauce,

private firm. All Copy; 'submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Seasoned Mixed Vegetables Salad
SUPPER Southern Bar, Marble Cake. Peach Pudding.
must be'forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS CATHOLICSaturday Chicken Gravy, Mashed Fried Chicken SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Hamburgers
Potatoes
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Mass5'p.m.., at St. Bread Dressing Cranberry Sauce,, or Frankfurters Egg Salad
Items are ''welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Seasoned Mixed, Vegetables, Boiled Sandwhlches, 'French Fried Potatoes,

3119. a.m and 11'a.m.. Daily Mass- Short Pinto Cake.Beans Chocolate Salad Bar, Strawberry Potato Bar Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert
Pudding.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday andFrlday.n Monday, Feb.21 Thursday,Feb.24
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made :30 a.m. Wednesday BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple BREAKFAST Chilled Grape Juice

..;' available for purchase use patronage without regard to race. Mass 11:30 a.m. at the Naval Juice Buttered Hominy Grits, Fried Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Order.
creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser user or Hospital Chapel. Saturday Choice Eggs to of Order, French Toast Syrup, Griddle Hot Cakes W-Syrup, Choice Beef of
Bacon Ham Minced
A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal or Luncheon Meat, or Pork Sausage
patron. Confessions-4:15: and 5 p.m. Home Fried Potatoes, Pastry Lyonnalse Potatoes, Pastry Bar.
,. opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print DINNER Knickerbocker Soup Bar., Hot DINNER Grilled Beef Steak,
advertising from that source." NATTC Beef Sandwiches, Natural Pan Gravy, Mushroom Gravy, Oven Brown
Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. i in Mashed Sprouts Potatoes, Buttered Brussel Potatoes, French Fried Onion Rings
Sauteed Corn, Simmered Green Beans, Buttered
Salad
'> Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries; Building 500.California. Blueberry Pie, Cherry Jello. Bar, Corn, Salad Bar, Boston Cream! Pie

concerning such should be directed to: SANDWICH LINE Ham Salad, Peanut Butter Cookies.
Grilled Hamburgers SANDWICH Grilled Ham
LINE
or
Frankfurters
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY still leads the nation French Fried Potatoes Potato Chips,, burgers or Frankfurters, Deviled
in veteran population with Baked Beans Dessert Bar. Ham, French Fried potatoes Potato
:" San
4747 Juan Ave. Jacksonville
Fla., 32210 3,075,000 from SUPPER Bar.
up 2,992,000 the veal loaf or Baked Chips Baked Beans, Dessert
Telephone 388.2755 previous year, according to Gravy Frankfurters w.Sauerkraut Brown SUPPER Grilled Ham Slices
French Fried Raisin Pineapple Sauce. Au Gratin
Veterans Administration static Potatoes,,
VOL. 29 NO. 46 FEBRUARY 17, 1972 tics. Buttered F.F Broccoli. Boiled Potatoes. Buttered Snap Beans
Blackeyed
Peas Salad Bar, White Simmered Navy' Beans Southern
Cake Vanilla Pudding. Corn Bread Salad Bar, Tomato Spice

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I NAS Jax Traffic Violations I J'

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Jax The following is a report t Number of Violations Four were given warnings; O.
of Motor vehicle accidents and This week 67 were dismissed; Eight were fined
traffic violations for the period of Speeding 21 (U.S. Magistrate); and Four
31 Jan. 6 Feb.Number Reckless driving 2 were referred to commanding "<
of AccidentsThis Going through stop sign 4 officer for possible disciplinary ,
week 7 Other Violations 40 action, Nineteen drivers were
This week a 9 Thirty-three drivers appeared assessed 65 traffic points."Chauvinist <<
year ago
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
Total
accidents this
year 37 10 Feb. of the
Total accidents through this Disposition w i
111 cases included the following:
last
period
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}t I Total number year of days since last Nineteen lost driving and parking t) Nn
I privileges aboard the station for
injury in a motor vehicle ac-
I' cident various periods; Five were
; ; Number of days since 226 assigned to complete an eight 1
an injury
I. hour course in remedial driving;
last year at this time 142
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SCIENTIFIC HAIR ANALYSIS FOR PROBLEM HAIR. ALL SERVICES CAREFULLY SUPERVISEDBY was
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Our POW's Are Returned'Jax

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Melvin R. Laird discussed the realize the enemy is to blame for South Vietnamsomethingentirely
POW-MIA issue in a recent interview the Impasse, either knowingly or different from their
OnDope
Mr. Laird chrono- unknowingly, aid the enemy and public statements on the subject.
logically scored these points: are not helping our Prisoners of 8. This attitude of Hanoi,
War. reflected in their "Seven Points", ..
1. will President Nixon has statedwe 6. President Nixon, in Sep- is unacceptable to the U. S.
have a remaining tember, 1970, called for an im- Government and to all Cocain, unlike a narcotic, (f. a stimulant and does not cause ,
presence in South Vietnam until
(the POW mediate cease-fire, total exchange Americans. physical addiction but does cause a strong psychic craving -
question is resolved.
of prisoners, and 9. The place for negotiations is and Is Just as hard to kick. '
2. The POW question is withdrawals of all forces from in Paris, not in Washington.
primarily a humanitarian issue.
South Vietnam- offer made 10. The North Vietnamese are
3. We will insist that the enemy
live up to the International since on several occasions and failing to live up to the Geneva
Geneva Conventions to which one turned down every time by Conventions, and it is incumbent ,
they are a party. Hanoi. upon our Government and k.
7. Each time the North Viet
governments throughout the
4. It is Hanoi, not Washington,
insist that POW releaseis
namese world to apply as much
which has stalled the Paris peace pressureas
talks. contingent upon our.stopping possible on Hanoi to live up to
the agreement they signed.
11. The most recent offer to
$A1 negotiate the POW issue was put
:- forth in Paris as recently as
January by U.S. Ambassador
OiI' William J. Porter, Chief of
( \ Delegation to the Paris Peace
Talks, and was again rejected.

Secretary Laird placed this
emphasis on the POW question:
ua "I can assure you that the North

Vietnamese are making a very TOP-LEVEL,VISITOR-RAdm. William F. CII'fordRlght( ), Deputy
grave error or mistake if they Commander ASW Forces, Sixth Fleet, tours VP-45's spaces with Cdr.
misinterpret the position of the C.F. Cook,VP-45's C.O. The Jacksonville-based squadron is deployedIn

w JNUki; Secretary President of of State the United(William States P.), Rota, Spain.

) Rogers, or my position on the
importance of the return of our
POW's and MIA's in Southeast
c .8 Asia.. NEWIn JAX !

We place a very great importance
on this, and we will Now you can display
continue in every way to see that
those Prisoners, those Missing- YOUR MEDALSwith
in-Action, are returned to
freedon."
a Official Department of Defense the honor they deserve I
statistics for all of Indochina list
476 men as known Prisoners and
some 1,147 others as Missing. Bring ui your nwdal and
Some of the missing have been e" 4 'a+. .. RM we If will routItIM mount Item to for modal you
missing for eight years. '_ you don't hi**,com*.nd eel
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single Naval Training Commandat
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Naval training and educa- Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet
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I 2nd Medic Proficiency Exams Scheduled

Chemists and the American Association -
The second set of Medical The second Proficiency Exam- of Blood Banks.
Proficiency Examinations for ination Program offers four
medical laboratory workers, is tests in the laboratory areas of Deadline for applications is
slated for May 6, at test centers Blood Banking, Clinical Chem- April 8.
across the nation. istry, Hematology, and Micro- Application blanks and a bul-
Nearly 2,000 laboratory work- biology. All are one-hour paper letin of Information describingthe
ers sat for the first set of and pencil tests, and a candidate examinations, giving test
examinations last November 20 may take one or more. His questions, and listing 75-100 test
at 126 test centers in the U.S. scores are sent only to him or centers is available from:
and abroad, including 30 mili- to those he designates. Proficiency Examination
tary bases and three prisons. Norm I n g scores (results Project
The tests are designed to achieved by a representativegroup National Committee for
evaluate the knowledge and of ,laboratory workers) Careers in the Medical
skills of both the medical labor- jprovide a scale against which Laboratory
atory specialist trained by the candidates' individual scores 9650 Rockville Pike .
military and the civilian labora- may be measured. Bethesda, Maryland 20014 q
tory worker who lacks profes- Major organizations of laboratory -
sional certification.The employers which have co- Navy Skill
new examinations are operated in test developmentand
administered by the Educational are supporting the use of
Testing Service for the National Proficiency Examinations are: CenterJax
Committee for Careers in the American Society of Clinical
The has
Medical Laboratory under a contract Pathologists, College of Amer- Navy
designed a, new 'voluntary
from the Manpower Di- ican Pathologists, AmericanAcademy
to assist per
vision of the U.S. Departmentof of Microbiology, Amer- program
sonnel pay grade E-3 or
Labor. ican Association of Clinical below and combat disabled

personnel in their ad- CONGRATULATIONS IN ORDER-Capt. John R. Kincaid, NAS CO,
Awards Announced
For justment to civilian life. congratulates LTjg( ) Thomas P. Kelleher from Air Ops alter pinningon
I U you are in pay grade E- Ms new bars.Convenient.
Personnel PropertyJax 3 or below or combat
.. disabled and will soon be Dental Care For VetsTo

The CNO Annual Personnel engraved plaques signifying that separated under the Early
Property Activity of the they are the best in the Navy for Release from Active make dental care more hours and on Saturdays, using
Year Award Program winners 1971. Program, you may be convenient for men and women the VA dental equipment and
were announced in. a recent Eighty activities around the eligible to participate: In being discharged from the facilities. Some 45 dentists, In-
message from Adm. Elmo world are judged in the CNO training at the recently Armed Forces, the Veterans Ad- cluding graduate dentists en-
Zumwalt, Chief of Naval Personnel Property Activity of designated Navy Skill ministration now has outpatient rolled for dental specialty train-
Operations.First the Year Award Program which Center at NAS Jax. dental service during evening ing at nearby schools of den-
place winners were NSC was established in April 1970 to Personnel who qualifyfor hours and on Saturdays at seven tistry, are participating, along
Charleston in Class I and recognize excellance in providingthe a Skill Center will of its hospitals. with an equal number of dental
NAVPGSCOL Monterey in ClassII. vital service of shipment of receive four inter-related These are at Buffalo, N.Y., assistant personnel.
Runners-up were NAV- personal property. This activity services: Houston, Tex., St. Louis, San Vietnam Era veterans needing
FINCEN Cleveland in Class I and has widespread effects upon the 1. Counseling Francisco, Washington, D.C., dental care are presumed to be
NAVSTA Key West in Class II. morale and welfare of Navy 2. Educational and Seattle and Vancouver, service connected and therefore
These activities will receive members and their familites. .Assistance Wash. eligible to receive the care,from
3. Vocational Training The plan will be extended to the VA at no cost to them, pro-
4. Job or Training other hospitals.The vided:
;\p HE CAN'T CALL Referral Assistance regular VA dental staffis they apply to the VA within
US... See your Project supplemented by private den- 1 year after their discharge, and
Transition Officer for
BUT YOU CAN details. tists paid by the VA on a fee they were discharged orretired
basis to give the care after under conditions other
'\\ '/ Call than dishonorable.
.. VA has streamlined its paper-
.: ? STAHL'SELECTRONIC work so that, in most cases, the
!i; treatment can l>e started with-
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I NASJax.- Civilian Cafeteria.. Menu ctl nr- :Sj

Jax-Following is the Civilian Sauce, Roast Turkey with Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
Cafeteria menu for the week of Pudding.Wednesday,Feb.Z3 Dressing,Liver with Onions,7 oz. Gravy, Macaroni and Cheese, I IrtmMUR
Feb. 2225. The Cafeteria will be Vegetable Soup, Country Fried Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Peas, Stewed Tomatoes.
closed Monday due to the Steaks, Cream Chicken and French Fried Potatoes, L IS Mr IJ UKP TIll CORNEl!!.
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Carne with Rice, Swiss Steak Fried Potatoes, Salad, Tossed P R
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Fish. Gravy, Spinach, Peas, Pinto Jello, Plain Jello, Fruit with ,
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Jax -- The NAS Garden The show will be set up According to Anne
Circle, one of 133 in the at the Garden Center at Struck, president of the
Jacksonville Garden Club, 1005 Riverside Ave., where NAS Circle, tickets will be .
is selling tickets to the 1972 garden circles from all available at the club ;
Florida State Flower Show over the state will portray meeting tomorrow at 9:30
to be held in Jacksonville the history of Florida in a.m. at the NAS Officers'
1 March 10.12.Volunteer() flower arrangements and Club. She can be con-
potted plants.A tacted at 2649476.
For horticulture displaywill The money will go to the
be at the Garden Florida Federation of
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Navy Relief Center and potted plants Garden Clubs.
and individual The NAS Garden Circle

120 YEARS OF SERVICE Capt. HardyL( ), Public Works Officer, Jax-The Navy Relief arrangements will be set was established in 1955 and
and Capt.,Joha R. KincaidR), NAS CO, congratulate (L to R) Society,has begun another up in the club building, the Jacksonville Garden
Lawrence D.Mungin,Jr.,Charles N.Coleman,Timothy Robinson and class for volunteer across the street. Club the largest in the
Agnes L.Fosberry after they received their pins for 30 years of service workers who want to do The NAS Circle's con- world was established in
with the Public Works .
Department.Catrette their Navy communitya tribution to the show will 1922. There are now 2,926
valuable service. center around a patriotic members in the club.
Claims Training is underway in theme- with 15 red, white

Bldg. 501 at NATTC on and blue petunias as their Volunteers last fiscal year set
Mondays, Wednesdaysand main display with the an all-time record of 9,862,398
Civilian HonorJax Fndays from 9 a.m. American flag. They will hours in VA hospitals helping
until noon, and will con- also bring individual Vietnam veterans andolder, vet-
Mrs. Joanna Catrette General Mess Ration Control and tinue through March 8. arrangements. erans.
Fiscal Accounting Supervisor at associated records through which The course includes a
the cost of rations is controlled.The '
the Food Service Branch of the brief
history of the Society,
Supply Department has been variance factor allowed in 1.!{ }th H AlI 1rdU!!:
named January's Civilian the NEY Award performance covers its policies and VAL'S BILLIARDSHOURS
Employee of the Month. Mrs. guidelines for maximum efficiency provides valuable "
Catrette is responsible for the points in the ad background information ? 'If"
maintenance of accurate sub- ministrative area is zero to one the 12:30 AM
about Navy. MON.THRU SAT.OPEN 10:00: AM.CLOSE :
sistence records and for timely percent between the General child is SUNDAY OPEN 3:00: PM CLOSE 12OOPM.
preparation' and submission of Mess Control Record and the Free care
Food Service reports and General Mess Operating provided by the Navy ', -
returns. She also aids her Statement.The Relief at the station LADIES FMONDAYfhruTHURSDAY
division officer in some of the difference between the Nursery during class :' WHEN ESCORTED
detailed functions of administration operating statement and the sessions.If "
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There was ole'Turner In the Lumber Yard,
To GladysThere
I' Tribute To GladysJax We had 9y and trays of yellow cards,
are times when we all like to reminisce, Batterys with Bins that held an arrayof
Especially on occasions such as this; stuff we couldn't work nor throw away!

-Gladys Rousseau retired where she was a commodity When we come to honor one of our own, Mr. Wilkins was promoted April '62,
from a long civil service careerat analyst for locally managed And give our best wishes as she And Mr. Rawls came to lead our crew.
the Supply Department, but supplies. goes home. MILSTRIP began in July of that year ._-
she was not easily forgotten for Cleo Sapp, a supply clerk and Many of you have known the "Honoree"Longer It made some cry, but to me it brought cheer,
her honorable and faithful Miss Rousseau's close friend for
ser- this to ME. For now I was on an equal plain
than I have,but they assigned
vice to the 12 her
expressed feelings
country. years And NONE of us knew a darn thing!
toward her supervisor in a poem So sit back,relax,put your minds at ease;
Ending a 29-year career on> she leaves! rolled by, then in '64
which reviews the years they Gladys' age is not the reason 63
January 28, she received a have known each other. I'm a friend so I ought to knowShe looks Hurricane Dora knocked at our door.
certificate of appreciation on Cleo read the poem in Miss younger now than 10 years ago! We lived through a President's assassination,
behalf of the station commanding Rousseau's honor at the party And things that would stagger the imagination.They .

O'Loughlin officer from, Supply Capt.Officer.Richard and, after high appraisal by her You know,age is merely a state of the mind, made us Management Analysts in March
co-workers, her unusual poem Why here I'm a Grandmother. just 39! '
But, perhaps the finest tribute was routed to 65;
Capt. O'Loughlin'sattention
I arrived in November 1961- ,Gladys was a 7, and I a 5.
came at her farewell party from the
Stock
by Control
Mr. Wilkins was supervisor of Sect. 1, From four Sections to three in 1966,
fellow workers at Stock Control Officer Carl Reiter.
Gladys supervised half a row (or less) And Lonnie's Customer's Service appearedwith
their tricks.
I arrived in November 1961- But things really happened in July '69,
Mr. Wilkins was supervisor of Sect. 1, UADPS hit us and my, what a time!
Gladys supervised half a row (or less), Sections split ,up, they shifted the gals and the
And Burice commanded the rest.I ,
men,
came from a Base with Manual OperationTo Cards went to TAPE,we had PROGRAMS not
N.A.S. with Mechanization; PINS.
But Gladys was brave,she took me in tow leaving behind
So see Gladys, you're
you
And taught me Bulk Fuel & things I should
e know. Things that will drive you out of your mind.
I Leave while you're still young enough to enjoy
She had Eunice and Edna, and a girl named life,
Irene, And remember us mortals forget all the
Nellie (her favorite), and Fran and Jean. strife.
/1 She told me her "bark" was much worse than
her "bite," Enjoy your freedom, and don't get "moody."
But some people feared her like dark without Enjoy little Kathy with Hank and Judy.
"." yN light! With mixed emotions, we bid "fond adieu,"
-
t And "Good Luck, God bless you"-
,
For almost a year, I racked my brain(?), say
Thinking for sure that I was insane! WE'LL ALL REMEMBER YOU!

I'd sit with one Cler, then with another;
o The instructions they gave me-Oh, brother! Cleo Sapp


Absentee voting: in this coun
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when eleven States permittedmen
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POETIC TRIBUTECapt.Richard in a Presidential election by absentee
O'Loughlin reviews the _
or proxy About
,HONDA process.
: I poem with Gladys Rousseau 150,000 servicemen cast ballotsin .I RACK & PINION !
(seated) and Cleo who STEERING
Sapp, that election. In 1964, 100
MOTORS& CYCLES CO. wrote it as a tribute to Miss years later, one million American 80 HORSE POWER
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Here are the new '
changes that the Chief of Naval
Operations has authorized to the s, ,,,ems

Navy's Uniforms Regulations. ,{ 4 I
CAPS OR HATS no longer haveto ,, 'D ,
be worn at sea for certain
watches or ceremonies. Yy
TWO NEW RATING BADGES

JAMES P. PENCE ADJi RICHARD L. KARCH, have been approved for Elec-
reenlisted at VP-49, He Is serving who helps provide ground support tronics Warfare TechniciansEW
as a flight engineer. for the "Woodpeckers" of ( ) and Hull Maintenance

VP-49re-uppedat the squadron's Technicians (HT).
home In Hanger 1000. BOILER TECHNICIAN is the
new name for the Boilerman
I rating. .Y.

OFFICERS and chiefs may .
wear a khaki windbreaker with
I the tropical khaki long, working
khaki and aviation green working Y< a .
uniforms if they choose.

PANTS SUITS, that is, white
suits A FAMILY AFFAIR- Ltg(| ) Ervin A. Arbo gets a new bar from his
pants are now an optional
wife Mary Arbo as he is advanced to his present rank at the Naval
hospital
working uniform for
women Medical, Dental, Medical
r s fl and Nurse Corps officers. Hospital.Base

ENLISTED WOMEN may now AppearanceIs
wear the new "Golf" style blue
working jacket with their

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SMC DONALD MULLIS added AEC HARRY M. WARREN A NEW collar, shoulder and ImportantJax
sleeve device has been selected to
two years to his Navy career at added two years at
Security, putting him identify the new warrant officer
over the 20year -. FASOTRAGRULANT,
mark. He Is on the XO him on the way to the 20-year putting aviation antisubmarine warfare .- Military officials from sonnel allowances have also been '
Patrol. mark. operator. the Secretary level down have severely cut
CHIEFS and petty officers with become increasingly concerned As a result,with minimal funds
12 years in the Navy may now with the appearance- and personnel,CINCLANTFLT is
wear gold rating badges and material condition of CIN- urging all hands to do everything
service stripes on their blue CLANTFLT area bases ac- possible to maintain the Navy's
uniforms whether their service cording to a recent message from shore facilities and protect the

It ,. has been broken or unbroken in CINCLANTFLT.The governments investment.
a
the regular or reserve Navy. requirements for 'CIN-
Changing this "unbroken" CLANTFLT base maintenancefunds
requirement applies to those who have increased by 54 I I$1il$ I I

are eligible for successive Good percent since 1967 while the
Conduct Awards during those 12 actual funds alloted to the Call 264.13911
years. They will have until the CINCLANTFLT area have been
winter uniform change next fall reduced to 28 percent of the Dayor Nit.Reasonable Rates
to change their ratings to gold requirements while base per SHEFFIELD& ASSOCIATES


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;:'::::::;:;:':'''':':"':':'::':- ":-:".'" ',': .:;.';:;:;::o-"; :"",:,"'..........;...:.:.:.:.:.:.=-.:::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':::':':' : : -"'' :::: : brand of intramural three volleyball reign. VA-45 VA-174(1971(hot guns runners-up-and cool maybethis eyes;;
ended AMD's year
AMD in the is the year of the Blackbird):
After defeating
I CECIL SPORTS I second round and forcing a play-
rK"! off, VA-45 turned around to win VA-82 (sleepers); VA-86 (also
could
) Weps (if they
:::: two straight. The first game sleeping ;
: By DTC J.D. BrewsterBOWLING
looked bad for the 'Blackbirds'when use bombs); Marines (no car-

!t::::::.:.:. :: :: ::: : :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:;:.:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::Jj.u they found themselves bines, please) and AMD (late
-. behind 10 1. However, they entry should win.
following a 29.29 halftime tie to Rod Moll scored 19 points ((13 fought back to win 15 13. The
swamp the Marines 68 51. Top from the charity line) and Larry game saw VA-45 put on a strong Shooting days will be Mon. Tue
American League: Mark point men for VA-81 were Mike Jackson chipped in with 17 for effort to win 15 7. The hitting of and Wed at 1630, Until the days
Bryand((624,200-200-224) and Chic Luchi with 27, Bruce Stecklair 19 VA-174. Buck Wurster, Pete Dodge and get longer there will only be one
Chirichello (604,182-242-180) both and Mike 0-Brien 15. Nunn had AMD downed VA-37, 58 44. John Danields, coupled with the match per day.
turned in excellent series last 16 points and Tommy Webb 14 for Johnson led the AMD attack with fine setting of VA-45's C.O.,'CDR.
week. Three other keglers also the Marines. Marine center 18 encounters, while M. Johnson Paganelli and Larry Houghman With three intramural bowling
came in with enviable sets: Dale Fullmer scored his first basket in had 15 for VA-37. was just too much for the leagues closing out this month,
Howard; 583, 217175194. B. J. 3 games. VA-81 romped past VA-82, 79- defending champs. plans are underway to get the
Meeks, 501,170-166-165, and Jay Denny Braun tallied 25 pointsto 51 in their season finale. Four With NAS, Cecil Field hostingthe new leagues started as soon as
Bongren, 501166168167. Chic lead VA-37 past VA-82,49 -40. VA-81 players scored in double 6ND tournament Mar. 20 to 24 possible. The Thursday Nite
will be unable to compete this Rick Haight had the hot hand for figures: Mike 0-Brien 17, Mike you will probably see some of Nation Laegue will start on 2
year in the 6ND tourney becausehe VA-82 with 18 points. Luchi 16, Bruce Stecklair 16 andJ. these faces representing the March and the Wednesday Nite-
will be taking the scenic tour VA-86 threw a scare into VA-81 J. Wilson 11. Even VA-81 was Raiders in the tournament. Continental will commence on 8
of the Med; however,he wants all before bowing to the league unable to stop the incomparable SKEET Mar. In order to expedite league
his fans to know' that he will leaders 6658. Luchi ((22), 0- Haight who led all scorers with 30 Sheets will be busted, clay business, and to get the first nice
return sometime in AUGUST, Brien ((17) and Stecklair ((14) led points. Gil Gildberg from VA-81 pigeons will be shattered and ear rolling underway quickly, a
RESTED AND READY TO the VA-81 scoring assault. hit on 2 of 6 layups to bring his drums will ring commencing change has been made in con-
TEAR UP THE ALLEYS. Holbrook: gathered in 22 points, season average up to .333. Monday, Feb. 21 at 1630. Intramural vening the meeting: For the
Standings? Worsham 18 and Tom Trend 15 Final standings: skeet should start witha
Coarse Hairs 42 '10 for VA-86. VA-81 16 0 (if you'll pardon the expression National League team captainswill
Boozers 38V4 13ft VA-82 and VA-174 locked hornsin VA-174 12 4 )) bang with 8 teams meet at 1000 at the Station
the tightest game of the AMD 11-5. entered. Defending championsVA37. Gym on the 25th of Feb. The
Screwballs 34. 18 season, with VA-82 turning back VA-37, 10 5 was not among the entries Continental League meeting will
Marines 3319 the'Hellrazors'65-59 in a double VA-86 6.. 3 due to their deployment. be held at 1000 on 3 Mar., also at
VA-105 2725 overtime The VA-82 4 5 the from
game. score was Schedules Gym. Representation
Dave's Devastated 5 24 28 tied 49-49 at the end of regulation Marines 7 -. 9 Entries and prospects: V A-tu each team is MANDATORY for

El Dizzy Scavengers Dinks 2428 19343234 overtime.time, and 56 .56 following the 1st AMDNo.2 VA-45 2 2. 7 7 (hard chargers-couldtake it all); entry in the league of your choice.a .

BASKETBALL Flashy Rich Haight of VA-82 1972 VOLLEYBALLVA45
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Publisher I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Movie Schedule

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NAS Jacksonville CALL: 388-2755

Ads Should be mailed to arrive not l later than . .. .. .. .. .. .. ,. -
LATWINGER = Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
I, NAS Cecil Ads arriving too late for this' deadline will be Thursday,Feb. 17 Tuesday,Feb.22
FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publisher published! the fOllowing' < week unless the NAS: "AIRPORT" Color NAS: "FRIENDS" Color

I I I : money order Is Instructed for the full otherwise.cost Of the A ad check must be or Drama, Starring Dean Martin, Comedy Drama, Starring Shawn

: received WITH the copy for the ad. "G" E ((137 min.) Burry, "R" VG (101 min.)
4747 San Juan Avenue Friday, Feb. 18 HOSPITAL: "BOR FALINO"

Jacksonville, Florida i RATE: minimum charge lines) $2.00 NAS: "THE REIVERS" Color Wednesday,Feb.23
Per additional line(4 words per line) .50 Outdoor Comedy Drama, NAS: "ACT OF THE HEART"

Starring Steve McQueen, "GP"E Color Drama, Starring Donald

# ;' ;,;, ;';';, \ n B! ((107 mln.) Sutherland "GP" E (103 min.)

HOSPITAL: "AIRPORT"Saturday HOSPITAL: "FRIENDS"

CASH JUSTISS TRAILER PARK ,Feb. 19
EMPLOYMENTNAVY We buy, sell and trade equities. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean, modern NAS: "THE HOUSE THAT
Louise T. Bailey trallersand apts. 389.3077. EVANGELASSEMBLY
771.3605 BrokerWEBUYASELLEQUITIES DRIPPED BLOOD" Color

Drama,Starring Christopher Lee
Put your skills to work. Interesting t t969 PACEMAKER OF GOD
assignments for keypunches, typist, Unfurn, 12x60, 2 BR., Carpeting, 40ft. and Peter Cushing, "GP" E (102
secretary, dictaphone operator, Call us for quick service. Patio Awning, 10x7 Shed mo. old, TV min.) 5714 RAMONA BLVD.
clerks, bookkeepers.HIGH Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. Antennae w.rotor. Total equity, $850. HOSPITAL"THEREIVERS"Sunday (2 Blocks from Lane Ave.
PAY NO FEE 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. assume pmts. $85.51 mo. 7711236.
and Interstate 10))
CALL NORRELL yyMOM 737-384 ,Feb.20

396.5371RN'S.LPN'S.CORP 1971 SHIELD NAS: THE LIVING DESERT,
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA 3 BR, IWb., Shag Carpet, $300. down, PRAIRIE" Color
VANISHING (
WAVESNO Offers best climate In the state. and assume pmts. of $94 84 771.3518TRANSPORtA'ION "
FEE-TOP PAY Historic old ranch developed Into 2. Disney Adventure, "G" VG (146
Staff Relief.Private Duty acre homesltes near Prescott min.)
Parttlme 8 Full time assignments.. In National Forest. Two acres: $1995 HOSPITAL: "THE HOUSE
Hospitals, Nursing Homes and low terms. For full details write Mrs.
Private Homes. Must be experienced. A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co, 2233 THAT DRIPPED BLOOD"Monday
MEDICAL PERSONNEL POOL North 7th St., Phoenix 85006. Feb.21

3565833 USEDVOLKSWAGENS NAS: "BOR FALINO" Color .'
100 PERCENT GUARANTEED
HIDDEN WATERS USED Drama, Starring Jean Paul
DOMESTICS
MALE LABORERSWANTED Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots PASTOR CECIL WIGGINS
100 Belmondo and Alan De
PERCENTGUARANTEED Long
Part.time or Full.}/lme available. Excellent fishing, boating, ,
78I-1369 swimming. Mobile Home area. High; Financing and full coverage, Insurance "GP" E (126 min.) Sunday School ':45 A. M.

wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E. JOHN JENKINS also available.USMC Ret. HOSPITAL: "THE LIVING Morning Worship 10:50 A. M.
Lake Asbury on No. 209, La Rue. 725-
PART TIME DESERT VANISHING
Office 725.0911 Res 264 4214 Evening Service 6:30 P. M.
3992.
Service Station Attendant. 9 a.m. 4 PRATRIE". .
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786 4955 FHA-2357T YES 49 ROADRUNNER
2 Lg BR. Big den, central heating & Blk.Yellow, V.top, PS, AT. Radials,
COUPLES'Work air. Separate workshop. 3871213. $1695 772.3098. (

together Building a business. Richard L.VanSandt Realtor MOVING-MUST SELL Government Personnel Mutual

Start part time and grow Stereo, Arvin Am.Fm with Geraud
We Train..Phone 771 HOME WITH INCOME I Life Insurance
0748
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Turntable, New $.00., almost perfect Company
Lovely home w Gar. Apt., W-W
$125. End table originally $250 ,
carpet, In Lakeshore, 2 blks. from pr. .
now $100, Lamps originally $175., or specialist in service to the military'
Blanding & San Juan. $11,200. total
MISCELLANEOUSARECORDEDMESSAOEBYA pair now $75 or. 733.6525
price. JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVEJIM
Louise T. Bailey
MUST SELL
Broker 771.3605 RICHARDSONCdr.
1970 VW Camper, Pop-Top. Fully
LEADINOANNOUNCER equipped. Inquire 388.1137.miPONTIACLEMANS.
USN Ret.
NEW HOMES .. ( )
Tells how become a
you you may
DISCJOCKEY 3 & 4 BR, 2 baths Built-in Range, O:., 11659 Jonathan Rd. .
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Cent. Heat, Prices from 118,900 .
up. i "
Call 155-2M4 any hour FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy.Edw. Hd-top cpe, V.8 Auto, V.top, PS, PB, Jacksonville32225Tel. .
VA APPROVED'For O. Lyon Broker, 384.5354. AC R&H, $995. 264-6649 : 724.6833
Veterans and servicemen
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REPRESENT MANYof
WE 1968 FORD
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. the Navy Personnel Interested In AC, PS, V.8, AT, R&H. $985. Can
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. purchase of land for future use or Finance. 3843658.
Pick up & Delivery Available. profit. Also homes of value, FHA or
Grooming, Deflealng 8 Bathing. VA financed, In all sections of city. CUS.OM HONDA 345 CC
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard Please contact Tom Brooker, US Completely rebuilt. Lime Green tank THIS IS IT !
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 Navy Retired your Interested w.Black lacing. $600. 771.1236 .A02

Edgewood Crt. 389 0044. protected.WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA Dominiak after 5 pm.

NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO INC.
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape Realtors
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate 389-5514 771-2082 70 PLYMOUTH DUSTER

stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. OAK HILL

Beautiful 4BR, 3b, home. Kit. equip.,
SEWING MACHINESI and some drapes. Very reasonably
I have four 1971 Golden Sew Singer priced. Equity'buy or refinance. }fV .
Used In model
Zig-Zags. for display Louise T. Bailey ,
homes. Will sell for a fraction of their Broker 771.3605
cost. 165 cash or M per month. Free
home trial. Call Display Manager 737- LAKESHORE AREA DEERSPRINGS

6502 nlte or day. By owner, 3BR brick home. Low
Equity, assume pmts. Call 3898459 ESTATES ONLY 12,708 miles Chrome Wheels, E-70-14 Goodyear Tires,
LIVE CRABS after 5. V.8, Radio, Heater, Runs Like a Champ. Plumb Purple

Wilford's Fish Camp ...AT'KEYSTONE

2649707 \i': :,; '( RENTALS' MOBILE HOMESITES HEIGHTS $1995

INCOME TAX
Call 771.2634 for appointment. Clyde W. Simpson & Co
Military Tax Service. 3731 RendaleDr. PAXON AREA
Duplex 2 BR, Unf. Apt., WWCarpet, REALTOR 356-6849
Kit. equip. $125 mo..1 BR, furn.
4 FIRESTONE TIRES apt., W.W carpet $125. Both very nice 71 DATSUN PICKUP

WW, 8000 miles, E-70X14, $100. 772- and Includes lights & water. .
1569. Louise T.Bailey
Broker 7714'05
RPRRTmenTI
THE
FOR SALE
,
o ROOM FOR RENT
Frlgtdalrt W' & D. Washer needs
Run of the house.. Kitchen privileges.,. WITH
,. Both"for..S30"
parts Dryer operates. POOL!
5930 LaMoya Ave. Across from K* (
264 6421
____ Mart. Off Wesconnett. 7714836. b IWlmminG I

NOTICE BEING TRANSFERRED RnDTHE
Mending, sewing and alterations Let a retired Navy man who un UfCMS1"1:
done 3845177. derstands YOUR' problems managethe GOOD ONLY 14,307 miles, P-60-15 Goodyear Polyglas. Tires mountedon
rental of your house until you Chrome Reverse Wheels on rear. Stereo Tape Deck, Heater.
OUTBOARD MOTOR return to Jax.Bartleson FROm $'itO Not Many of these Around.
35 HP. Long Shaft Mercury. Controls O'Neill & Payne, Inc.
& 6 gal tank $275.'771..785DISHWASHER 1147 So. Edgewood Ave. I
388.9311 Vilk\CjeUIOOd' S2050WESTSIDE

ORANGE PARK
Avocado.Top ,
Port. Frigidaire Imperial, fJoad
2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dishwasher Jammes
Exec. cond., 264- 2045
loading 4 cycle.
Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth Jack-

4798 Aots. i .1405 or 771.3355.WHITEHOUSE._ ton it et\ Out Rooseve\t\ . .. .. ... ........... .... ..... ...-:.. ...... ....... ......: :,: ..:. -' :
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.._.. i, Unf., 2 BR. Recently remodl. and ; [: : : : : : j i ::
$100. 744- :
.:I. Kitchen equip. mo. Juan :
palnt 4627 left to .... ,,, : .. .. :. .. .. ..... .. .
3 NEW BIG HOMES -
call7813818
info
Immediate Occupancy For complete INC
Varlng, 3-4 Br., 2.2V* b., all w-central, MOBILE HOMES, VOLKSWAGEN, ,ti
kitchens '
heating and AC. Deluxe ,
;
carpeted. Some with flreplaces..AII !- PHONE 7615511OPEN
AVE
LANE SO
1150: ,, ,
the,
In lovely South Wood, lust across VA FINANCINGNo ..
bridge In Mandarln...$36000.$39000. money down on New Star Mobile, ..."......"'MaOI..11I1 COR'. DAUY' TOa:30-ATURDAYlT05<: ( t
As little as 10 percent down. Home. Ask for Ted or ob. /a AgLEN .t '"
We also build to order.L. B 3738*J Mobile Philips Homes Hwy. = 'ARLI"A._ nEAL?.,6 EVElbPMENTt'04 :' :: ::... ..':':'...;:::SUNDAYT0PM. ::::::::::: ;*::,,,;;;: ,: @

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I I Voting Information- For "The Serviceman:: ;{ I





*YOU&Y6Ult! t.e * *** *

Date. For Completion of Registration ,, ,( *

Feb 'Puerto Rico by 1 Feb *
The Legal Residence *
Jul 'Mississippi 7 Jul *
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Sep ""Georgia-by ISSep *
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Oct 'Alabama-by 27 Oct *

"Colorado-by'Alaska-by 8 6 Oct Oct * ** * * ** * *

''.Delaware-by 28 Oct
."Florida-by 8 Oct You must know your legal to live there indefinitely, even
.Ientucky-by 18 Oct A residence In order to vote. You though you may have to leave
'Louisiana-by 8 Oct have to be a legal resident of a for a time.
"'Nevada-by 8 Oct State in order to vote there. EXAMPLE-Fads:Col. Smith
'"South Carolina-by 8 Oct Further, you can have only one lived with his family at 123
."South Dakota-by 23 Oct legal residence at a time-and, Edge St., Baltimore, Md., whenhe
"West Virginia-by 8 Oct of course, may vote in only one entered the Armed Forces 25

No set .Maine- State (in an election. years ago. Members of the
dateSeparate You may retain as your legal Smith family still live at 123
residence the address you had Edge St., Dalitmore, Md. How-
requests required for registration. and an absentee when you entered the Armed ever, when Col. Smith was assigned
mail ballot Forces, even though you no to Fort Bennlng, Ga., he
J. Registered upon acceptance of FPCA. longer maintain a home at that bought a house at 7319 RiverSt.
'" Sends special State registration forms with absentee place and even though membersof ., Columbia, Ga.; and he in.
mail ballot. your family no longer live tends to maintain this home in
Will have there. Most servicemen do retain Georgia indefinitely and to
you such an address as their return to it when he is released
YOUR say this legal residence. from the Armed Forces. Col.
EXAMPLE-Facts:Sgt. How Smith is now assigned to the
I asked her if I could see her Telephone operator to new girl election year? ard lived with his family at 321 Pentagon and lives in Virginia.
home., she is breaking in: "No, honey, Side St., Louisville, Ky., whenhe Result: Col. Smith's legal residence -
And what did she say? you say Just a Minute Please. See your votingrepresentative entered the Armed Forces. is 7319 River St., Colum-
She said she would send me a Not, Hang on to your pants, Sgt. Howard's family no longer bus, Ga.
picture of it. Mlst!r." lives at that address. In fact, 'You will note that Col. Smith,
the house has been torn down
after establishing a new legal
and a parking lot has been builton
residence in Georgia, was reassigned -
the spot. Sgt. Howard, how-
and had to move to
ever, has not established a new .
Virginia. However, he main.
Swap residence and he
legal anywhere
tained his Georgia address as his
intends return to Louisville
to
home. This is important. Other
when he leaves the service. Re-
@ @ wise, he might have problemsin
WantedYN3 twit: During the time Sgt. How voting.In .
JDamn ard is in the Armed Forces, his
legal residence is 321 Side St., a like case, you should
with shore duty here at Louisville, Ky. consult with local voting officialsto
NAS Jax has orders to NARF at see what you have to do to
If still claim the legal
r++ you
435"EH Pensacola and would like duty residence you had when you keep your right to vote should
r-sK8- here at Jax or Cecil Field. Will entered the Armed Forces, then you be reassigned and have to
swap duty with an eligible YN3 all you have to do, in order to move away.
a, N1A with EAOS June 73. If interested, vote, is to find out what your Legal residence is also important -
,',,,_, MAt1W' 1. iN IN' A ontact YN3 Mole at Ext. 2900.d' State's voting laws require for to you in keeping your
C absentee mail balloting. Your personal affairs in order. Before

:. !7d unit voting counselor should changing: your legal residence,
)"', have a copy of Voting Information you should consult with your
-1972, where you can find Legal Assistance Officer to find
this information.Of out what impact a change will
course, you may change have on such things as you.
your legal residence while you automobile registration and your
are in the Armed Forces. You payment of personal propertyand
may establish a new legal residence State income taxes-and on
; ((1)) by living in a particular your estate in event you should
',c. place and ((2)) by intending die while in the service.
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PT1 Mailman Awarded .' .. ', 'Y '!;r'' ",:If,',":,: :' -- ,
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Navy Achievement Mpt111

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Jax PTI Darrow
J.Ma1lman ___
has
been awarded the Navy ,

a4 ceremonies Achievement held at Medal FICEUR. in i You catftliveon

PT1 Mailman was awarded the

achievement medal "for as professional Briefing love foi'e'et

Photographic
Intelligencemanwhile
i
assigned to the Flag
Allowance of Attack Carrier You've got all the love in the world and you're
Striking Force Seventh Fleet ? doing your best to live on it. But what about those
from'February 7, 1970 to Aug. 10, dreams for the future?
R w u <'j1y 1971 during combat operations. There's an easy, painless way to make those
On several occasions he 1 dreams a reality. Start now to make regular monthly
prepared and personally purchases of United States Savings Bonds they'rean
presented special detail in- \ easy way to save.
his telligence briefs demonstrating Money's a nice thing to have while,you're livingon
professionalism and love forever.
exhibiting an extraordinary
knowledge of Intelligence related .,.",,
subjects. Take stock in America.. I

Petty Officer Mailman Now Bonds pay a bonus at maturity.
prepared graphics and text for
over 400 daily 'I (
briefings for the 4:
.
Commander. ., -::' .'
,
,
e Petty Officer Mailman's i :
leadership, professionalism and
devotion to duty reflected great
PT1 Mailman credit upon himself and were In
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Naval Service."


Promotion At CVWR-20 DOES YOUR CHILD HAVEA

Jax Chief Thomas.Donnelly, who is assigned with

Attack Carrier Air Wing Reserve (CVWR) 20, has been LEARNING PROBLEM ? .
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promoted to Master Chief.

He is the maintenance coordinator on the CVWR-20
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"'"' HAVE A LEARNING PROBLEM: EVALUATIVE TESTING PROCEDURE:

SPECIAL RATES per person OveractivePoor =
FOR SERVICEMEN 6.00 double occupancy Attention ,= Preliminary Interview and Program Conference \ .."
Short Span
Entertainment nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood Daydreams = Perceptual-Motor Screening
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic Fidgety Complete Physical ExaminationPoor
Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking. Concentration = Speech and Hearing Evaluation ,,,
Withdrawn -_ Vision Analysis
Awkward or Clumsy E
Psychological-Personality. Evaluation :-
I4PASa,11Ef Temper Tantrums ,= l.
Academic Abilities ;,
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Reverses Letters Words ::
MOTOR >TEL Speech Hearing Difficulties'i" '

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Frustration = THE KADIS LEARNING CENTER
Within walking distance to all point of interest. CONDUCTS CASE CONFERENCES WHEREIN
THE SPECIFIC LEARNING
THE KADIS LEARNING CENTER =
DISABILITIESOFEACHCHILDAREASSESSED.
OFFERS A SPECIALIZED PROGRAMFOR =
THE CHILD, WHO, OF APRECOMMENDATIONSBYTHE
PARENTLY AVERAGE OR ABOVE == PROFESSIONAL STAFF FOR THE REMEDIATION "
AVERAGE INTELLIGENCE, HAS E OF SPECIFIC LEARNING
SYMPTOMS ,OF LEARNING = PROBLEMS PROVIDE THE BASIS FOR
PROBLEMS, E
INSTRUCTION AND THERAPY. .

J p \\FJPl\ffi{ Qualified StaffIndividual Instruction o -uu'l...._ 'i',
Perceptual Development :: .
Speech Therapy E THE KADIS LEARNING CENTER ;'
Visual Reading E WORKS IN COOPERATION WITH PARENTS. ,1;;r
)] lJj 10 Remediation Children Per.Class Therapy == DIAGNOSTIC TEST RESULTS A
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1 Teacher = AND SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATIONS ARE
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CHAMPUS Explains MATSG


NewsJax


Survivor BenefitsDENVER Two MATSG men have
received medals for meritorius
service in Vietnam from Lt.Col.
Lee Blanchard, MATSG com-
(AFPS) Public hostile fire area for this specialpay manding officer
Law 92.58 passed by Congressand purpose. In 1971, all of SSgt. William Shuman, an
signed by President Nixon. Cambodia and the contiguous instructor at AE School, receivedthe
on July 29, 1971 continues waters were designated as a Navy Achievement Medal
CHAMPUS benefits under the hostile fire area. I with Combat "V" last week.
Program for the Handicappedfor Eligibility for benefits under He was cited for his service
survivors of uniformed Serv- the Program for the Handi- with Marine' Composite
ice members who die while eligible capped has previously been lim- Reconnaissance Squadron One,
for receipt of hostile fire ited to dependent spouse and MAG-11, 1st Marine Aircraft
pay or from a disease or injury children of active duty Service Wing from May 1968 to June 1969.
incurred while eligible for such members. Prior to enactmentof Shuman was the non-
pay.. this legislation, eligibility of commissioned officer-in-charge
Surviving children and spouses an individual to receive benefits of the unit's electric shop where
who are receiving benefits under under the Program terminatedupon he trained his men to repair and
the special: program for the the death of the sponsoror n. y'. maintain complex electrical
when his active duty status
physically handicapped or the aircraft systems.
mentally retarded continueto was otherwise terminated.The .
may GySgt. Thomas Howell,
receive such benefits until amending legislation specifically another AE School instructor,
they pass their 21st birthdayor states that there can was awarded the Navy Com-
ry until they cease to be an be no payments made under
eligible dependent, whicheveroccurs the new law for care prior to PIPED ASHORE-HMCM Charles L Parrett and his wife, Lee are mendation Medal with Combaf'V" -
first. the date of its enactment. piped ashore by his fellow Chief Petty Officers of the Naval Hospital for meritorious service
of service. HMCM Parrett's first and last with three squadrons -Squadron
Additional information is after completing 30 years
In 1965, the Secretary of Defense -
115, HAMS 13 and HMH 463 in
designated all of Viet- available from CHAMPUS Ad. ma|for duty stations were at the Jax Naval Hospital. Vietnam.
nam and the contiguous waters visors or Health Benefits Counselors -
as a hostile fire area, and in at uniformed service installations Barbershop Quartet Planned Here Florida alone..
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The Handsof

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minutes later with
a '
By Philip R. Smith, Jr. short stick saying, "I cut off the '- a
end of my wife's broom handle f,
It is interesting to note that and whittled the edges to make 1 '
although Congress approved a it look nice." 76-191 .

Lincoln one Monument hundred years Associationover ago on Due to the long ordeal of The XII f, .v
handshaking, the casts show the Winter Olympic :
Mar. 29, 1867, the cornerstoneof right hand as considerably swollen Games, scheduled to open in
the present Lincoln Memo- while the left hand remains Denver, Colo in February of ,. .1
rial in Washington, D.C. was normally boney conforming to 1976, has been made a partof <'j. r
not laid until Feb. 12, 1915, only Lincoln's skeletal structure. Lin- the official bicentennial

fifty-seven years ago. coln called attention to a scar program by the American
As work progressed, the com- at the base of his thumb result- Revolution Bicentennial Com-
mission appointed Daniel Chester ing from a glancing blow of an mission. This major inter-
French to sculpture the axe the year before. national sports event is sched-

Lincoln statue and Jules Guerinto Sculptor French relied greatly uled to coincide not only with
design and execute murals on the Volk life casts of Lin- the nation's 200th anniver- >r rv
for the end walls. coln's hands and attempted to sary, but with Colorado's

The completed memorial was show the strength, power and 100th anniversary as a mem- ...
dedicated on Memorial Day, tension<< as \\eas the relaxed ber of the Union.
1922. character<< that he vas attempting *
The memorial's architecturallines to put into the whole figure. The appointment of Jack I.
are similar in plan to the After a study of Volk's cast- LeVant as Director for the
Greek Parthenon in Athens, ings and talks with Robert Lin- American Revolution Bicen-
Greece. coln, the President's son, French tennial Commission has been '

French designed and made disagreed with Volk over whether announced by Alma Chair- _
the model for the statue of the Lincoln's hands were in perfect man David J. Mahoney. Mr.
seated Lincoln. From head to << proportion to his large LeVant, who previously
foot the statue is 19 feet high, frame and so portrayed Lincoln's served as Acting Director, assumed -
hands in proportion to his the position on Jan-
the scale being such that if -
Lincoln were standing he wouldbe body. uary 1. : IiIi
28 feet tall. The overall widthof Lincoln himself may have shed --

the work, including the drapesover some light on the controversy Mt. Rushmore Memorial in SARAH "BRANDY" RHODES, a Personnel Specialist at
the arms of the chair is through a short autobiographywritten South Dakota has received Andrews AFB, )fd.. is working toward an associate degree in
also '19 feet for the campaign of recognition as an official sym nursing during her spare time. The doctor should have little
Awed by the brooding seren- 1860 when he wrote, "Abraham, bol of the nation's bicenten- trouble getting patients in for regular physical check-ups, when
tho very young, was large of nial celebration. In grantingthis Brandy becomes a nurse.
ity of the face of Daniel Chester
his age, and had an ax put into
French's statue of Abra- recognition, an American -
great
,
his hands 1
at once; and from
ham Lincoln, few visitors to the that till within his 23rd year he Revolution Bicentennial L
Lincoln Memorial in Washington almost Commission official noted # J
was constantly handlingthat
that Mt. Rushmore "servesas
D.C. notice the hands of
most useful instrument.
reminder of the nation's NEWEST CONCEPT
a
this famous work. They should, ."
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men, a
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lived almost a century apart. ter were shaped by the hard, ." Spacious rooms, wide windows, Kingsley
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Teeth CleanEDITOR'S Schools OverseasYes.


Military parents and other professionalswho
NOTE: The following article is one of a have right to expect staff schools that in all
every
series the Jax Air News in
being presented by
that their children's for- ways compare with
cooperation with the Dental Department. mal education will not American public schools

Last week's article described, day.If. suffer during those years and, in some cases, sur-
how tooth decay may develop you want to brush your teeth when the family can and pass a school in the States.
when bacteria are trapped after each meal to move food would like to accompanythe The Defense Depart-
against the teeth in a sticky debris,fine,but be sure you have military member on an ment's policy is to
deposit called bacterial one session each day when you
plaque. Some of the bacteria' use floss as well. overseas assignment.This maintain a school system
produce acid when they feed on Usually, bacterial plaque is right is fulfilled by an that provides educational
sugar from the food people eat, invisible. Find out whether you elementary and secondary opportunities through 13
and the acid attacks the tooth have removed it, you can use a school system operated years of school and assure
enamel and dentin. If the dye that will stain the plaque but
under the guidance of the that these schools of
are
plaque is removed,decay will not not the teeth.A .
develop (except in pits and disclosing tablet of harmless Department of Defense high quality and cOm-
fissures on the chewing surfaces, dye is dissolved in the mouth,'and and fully supported by parable in all respects to
where bacteria may also become the mouth is rinsed with water. each of the military ser- schools in the States.
trapped. Since bacterial plaqueis The stained areas on the teeth vices. ADSS schools are
sticky, it cannot simply be are deposits of plaque.To .
n rinsed off with water or a mouth- learn proper oral cleansing, Known as the DOD established in most
wash. It must be scrubbed and you should use a disclosing tablet Overseas Dependents overseas areas (except

rubbed off.Thorough. regularly after you have brushed Schools System (ODSS),, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto
toothbrushing will your teeth and used dental floss. it is comprised of more Rico, Guam and Wake
rid of much of the Once have mastered the job
get plaque. you ,
than 300 schools at nearly Island) where military or
Unfortunately, though, brushing you can use a tablet once in a
alone will never remove all while as a check to see whether 200 different locations in 27 civilian families can ac-
bacterial deposists, no matter the plaque has been removed. I & countries around the company servicemen on
how well you brush or how often Disclosing tablets can be -' world. active duty or DOD
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occurs between the. teeth, where choosing a t toothbrush for About 165,000 childrenare
the toothbrush will never reach. your cleansing program, keep u ,. getting part of their their assignments in
The plaque causing this decay two things in mind: i I u kindergartenthrough12thgrade foreign countries.All .
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Since it takes the plaque 24 2. The bristles should have Center in her hometown. !military services.

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I MARTD Upsets NATTCjax I..I..I., 'ftJtjftAijfJbjftJUJJax .!. .D JTI.I:, : .I I.I.J.I..I-\o 1.J.llJ:JUI INTRAMURAL STANDINGS BASKETBALL


Anomer undefeated team' League with a 77-53 win
the
over
fell from the ranks last week in Marine Barracks last week as Sports Briefs AMERICAN LEAGUE

Intramural Basketball as Buckley of the Marines led all
MARTD pulled an upset by scorers with 20 points. W L
knocking off NATTC 62-51. This Medical managed to stay close "I"i'I' 'l't'I' I'I.ltl'I'I'h'-I'I'd l I'I'I.& IT I ytI. 'I ltl1' VP.5 1 0

left VP-5 in the American Leaguethe behind the Bees with a 82-66 VP-49 "8 ,, 1
remaining team that NAVY LITTLE LEAGUEJax VW-4 8" 3
only victory over Communications. INTRAMURAL BOWLING SCORE!!S
hasn't lost a game yet. Schindel of Communications The Navy, Ortega- HOSPITAL 4 ,r 4
their loss to MARTD Jax The pins didn't seem to AIR OPS 3-S
In Little will
managed to steal the show Lakeshore League .
have
a chance last week in In-
NATTC managed to convert only however for the FICEUR 3 8
,as he scored 30 points in tramural begin registering boys
less than
Bowling as no
3
of 12 free throws. Boyer of the COMFAIRJAX 1
five second Saturday
half to end up with a 11 men scored sets of 569 or 1972 season on 2'
MARTD and Dufner of NATTC total of 40 for the night. His better. February 19 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. NDRC
the leading scorers for their will continue 21-26 ADMIN 2 1
were teammate Grady had 19 while McCarley of the Pin Bustersled Registrations
respective teams with 20 points Johnson has 20 for Medical.In everyone with a 259-601 set February,4-6 p.m. weekdays and
apiece.NATTC. other 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.
games played in the followed by Dronette of Com-
had a chance to National League last week VP-16 FairJax with a 213-597, Miller of Boys should bring proof of age
NATIONAL LEAGUE
themselves later In the .
to
redeem defeated the when they come register.The
FAW-11 78-40 as Woodpeckers with a 244-590,
week when they were scheduledfor league Is in need of
Shepard of VP-16 led all scorers Llnsenmayer of Radar 17 with a W L
rematch with MARTD. and for the
a with 22 points and MATSG 233-588, Norcross of Flap Jax managers umpires NATTC
9 1
Before that rematch, however, coming season. Anyone interested
downed
with
NARJAX
53-40. Long a 212-585, Lawson of NDRC BEES 2
7
had to about the should contact LCdr. J.
they worry had 19 for MATSG and Abbot had No. 1 with a 226-578, Parsons of MEDICAL 3
Marine Barracks and even 18 for NARJAX. 679th with a 211-577, Dearing of A. Mulrennan, MSC, USN, at 7
VP-16
the Marines had the two DVECC Ext. 2424 or 2425. 6 3
though In the American League VP-5 NDRC No.3 with a 210-575, Lambof MARINE BKS 5 3
top scorers in the game in Bryant remained on top with a 7-0)recordas the Sparks with a 221-573, MARTD 6"
with 22 and Austin with 19, the POWER BOAT CLUB OUTING
they were Idle all week and Track! with a 203-572 and MATSG 3 6
Marines fell to NATTC 72-56. VP-49 stayed in second with a 55- Blockhorst of VR-50 with a 203- Jax The Jax Navy Power FAW-11 2 7
While NATTC was taking care 31 victory over ComFairJax anda 569. Boat Club's outing scheduled for NARJAX 1 8
"
of the Marines in preparation for 75-52 win over FICEUR.In last weekend had to be canceleddue COMMUNICATIONS 0 9 -
their second meeting with a game that saw the lead SKEET RANGE to bad weather so it has been
MARTD, MARTD was having a change hands several times, the Jax -The new NAS JAX Skeet rescheduled for February 19.
tough time getting past NAR- Administration team edged Range needs volunteers to The club will depart from the
JAX. MARTD led by only two ComFairJax 55-53.ComFairJax's participate in concrete pouringand MAS Marina at 9:30: Saturday CHAMPIONSHIP
points at the end of the third downfall proved to be the foul line finishing, block laying and morning. A picnic, fishing and
quarter,but finally broke loose in as they shot only 25 percent from sundry manual labor. Contact golf are some of the activities WRESTLINGEM
the fourth quarter outscoring the line with only three out of 12 AMC Otvos at Ext. 2444 or AOC. planned for the outing. SURFSIDE CLUB'
NARJAX 19-8 and coming out shots falling tlirough. Williams Umphenour at Ext. 2922. You don't have to be a memberof MAY PORT

with a 50-37 win. Franklin had 17 had 17 for Admin while Kocher ATHLETIC ADVISORY the club nor do you have to own 8:30 PM.-Thursday, FEB. 17th.GirlsGirlsGirls .
and Boyer 16 for the winners. had 18 and Horn 17 for Com COMMITTEE MEETINGJax your own boat in order to take

When it finally came time for FairJax. -. The newly formed part in the outing. Anyone in- !
NATTC and MARTD to meet terested In is asked to
The Admin team also played Athletic Advisory Committee is going along ALL GIRL TAG TEAM MATCH
again it was an entirely different VW-4 last week but came up shortin scheduled to meet on Thursday, call Earl Bennett at 356-6311 or pluS2MOREMATCHESVIOLET
game,from the first as NATTC a 67-56, defeat. VW-4's February 17 at 1 p.m. in the Bldg.: 389-1524. Anyone at Cecil Field
came away with a convincing 90- balanced scoring attack con- 1000 Conference Room. All who would like to go along is RAYworld's
57 win. NATTC's attack was led sisted of Dombroski with 15, delegated members are urged to asked to contact John Mc- woman Champion
by Kaelin with 19,Jenkins with 18 Heath 14,Rhode 13 and Tracy 13. attend. Mahanan at 768-4602 at Ext. 100.
and Dufner with 18. VW-4 found themselves on the
The Bees held on to their losing side of the fence after their
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Weekend Athlete

How They're Standing
Sports Editorial by SSGT. Jay R. Hilmer, USAF Physical Therapist

"Weekend Athletes" Are you one? Typical of this set are the ......................................................../..............IIIINI/NN......../IN/NIII/1.
first and second termers who think themselves quite a sport and
often rti.ect on their prowess as an athlete in their high school
and college days. INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL

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INTRAMURAL BOWLING college but weighs closer to 190 pounds now. JIe rides to work STANDINGS
from his comfortable rented and management-maintained home. BowlingNARJAX
STANDINGS ..
He parks his car a few steps from his office and proceeds to his WL Scores
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