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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 24, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 29 NO. 47 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida FEBRUARY 24, 1972 ;

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Jax-The following I items highlight this week's Navy News:
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Medical Care
Early Outs TrimmedThe Regionalized
Navy has trimmed its The Navy's medical care
early out program. regionalization concept has been
Except for men in some of the expanded to Include the s3 ,ter'A.
CT ratings, enlisted personnel Charleston and Long Beach
scheduled for release from active areas.
duty in June will not be released The ccncoA\i\3yned at
three months early. making beUjfiS aGTCare more
Three month cuts in active duty easily ajwlptf-ij*> calls for a
had been normal for most Navy single lQfe s coordinate the .
personnel since October, 1969. openflptftfallmedical facilities,
A decision on whether those sujR yfal Hospitals and
scheduled for June release will DlRwiiSMs, in an area.TntfJJirst .
get two-month cuts will be announced i Regional Medical
by March 10. Care Tenter was established at
Portsmouth, Va. last July.
Ratified The regionalization of facilities
I Weapons Treaty
The Senate has ratified a multi- in the San Diego area will be
national treaty prohibiting the next, and will be followed by the
f placement of weapons of mass regionalization of facilities in the
:J destruction (such as nuclear Charleston and Long Beach ::7"
weapons) on the ocean floor. areas.
b Nations Joining in the treaty' SUBLANT Wins :
: include the Soviet Union and All-Navy TourneyThe r
"<.t Great Britain. SUBLANT Sea Raiderswon SETTING TH E GOAL-Simon Smith,executive director of the North Florida Council of Boy Scouts, ;
f The Department of Defense the All-Navy Basketball Capt. Hugh J..Tate, NARTU C.O.lnd Richard Altobellis, executive vice-president of Goodwill In-
supported the President's Tourney at Little Creek, Va., dustries,discuss plans for this year's Scout Good Turn Day. As the sign indicates, this year's goal for
recommendation that the Senate defeating the SUBPAC Raiders the Scouts and Navy volunteers is 27,000 bags of clothing.
t, consent to ratification.The 88-71.
Joint Chiefs of Staff ad- SUBLANT represented the
vised the Senate Foreign Southern Atlantic and SUBPACwas 86 Advanced By August Exams

Relations Committee that any the Western Pacific entry. -
additional constraints beyond Eight members of the
Jax There are 86 smiling faces aboard the station now that Carpenter, ACC Joseph Clan-
the SUBLANT team form nucleusof
those
imposed by treaty a authorization has been issued for their advancement in rate after the fichi, RM3 Nohea Correa, ADJ3
might seriously impair national the Navy entry in the in-
August exams. Wilbert Davis AT2 Gary
security. terservice tournament.. The Servic rnen'and,wbmen who passed the exams but were not Dearing, DTI Rodolf Deguzman,
advanced became selectees awaiting notification of advancement. AT2 Daniel Dranzek, and A02
Their advancements have now been authorized effective this month Edward Farnsworth.Also .
Jax In RunningFor through June 1. : AE3 Timothy

Those who sewed on their new Payne, RM3 Ronald Pulliam, Faucheaux, AC3 Willard Faunce,
crows February 1 are: AE2 Sidney Sanborn, HM3 ET1 John Fisk, AC3 James
'Golden Mike' ADJ2 Larry Bazemore, DK2 Marshall Sramek, DT3 John Francis, AK3 Timothy Goodier,
Gary Hansen, A01 Richard Steele, YN3 Maria Vela, AME3 ADJ3 James Gray, AT2 Rodney
I Wyman, RM3 James Asthalter, John Wallace, ASM3 John Hanson, YN3 Richard Hawks,
: Jax NAS Jax has been cited by COMNAVAIRLANTfor AE2 William Buttersworth, AZ3 Wilkins, DT3 Herbert. Wilson, HM3 John Horner, HM3 John
"outstanding efforts to develop top notch internal Peggy Dombrowski, RM2 Eddie AZ3 Joseph Wilson. Hunt, CS3 Glenn Hussey ASM3 I
Duke, MMC B. Musngi, PNC Michael Kammann, HM2 David
: relations programs in an announcement from Vice Rose Wheeler. Effective April 1: Lees,AT2 Glenn Long, ADJ3 Jan
Admiral Robert L. Townsend naming this year's Advancements effective March AME2 William Mirti, AEI Long, ETC Clyde McCauley, AZ3
"Golden Mike" Award winners. 1: Jerry Poblin, AOC James Hodge, Amanda Mick ADJ3 Jon Motes
AT2 Joe Beals, ADJ3 Eugene DK2 John Jones, DKC Armando A02 James Oatsvall and ASE3
The Golden Mike contest is an strating singular achievement at Erwin, AMH3 Clarence Moore Luquias, DK2 Thomas Priebe Pete Panek. -
annual search for commands every command level, won the DK2 Callen Bertrand, CTN3 SHI Melvis Blackman, YN2
award in the carrier for (continued on page 15))
exhibiting the highest quality category
Patricia Bell,DT3 Larry Bullock, Ronny Butler, ADJC Salvatore a
communications and information the second consecutive year. ASH2 Steve Dabrowski, PH3 Molle, A02 Thomas Smith, AE2
programs in the Atlantic Fleet VAdm.Townsend had high praisefor John Degler, RM3 Mary Gregory Webb, ASE3 Patricia \I
all the in the award VIP VisitJoseph
Naval Air Force. entrants Erickson, AMS3 Dale Holt AE3 Alexander, AE2 Barry Alspach,
There were three areas of competition.He George Huth, YN3 Beverly ADJ3 Jerry Basher, AX3 Newton
competition-ships, stations and commented, "We cannot Johnson, AZ3 William Mottel, Biddulph, A01 Stanley Brooks, A. Grimes Deputy
squadrons.NAS over emphasize the need to keepour HM3 Larry Nix, HM3 Lawrence HM2 J.R. Burch CSl Ernest Undersecretary of Navy and "
Oceana, Air Test and Navy personnel and their head of the Environmental I
Development Squadron One at families informed about subjectsthat Protection Program for the
NAS Key West, and, the USS concern their careers and service, will meet officials and
the mission of their command. EEO Award To Cdr. BellJax
Saratoga (CVA-60), homeported visit Navy facilities in the area
i at Mayport claimed top honors in "An aggressive and tomorrow.

the three divisions. meaningful internal relations .- Cdr. Gerald Bell, proach in fostering an EEO planat His visit will begin with an 8-
insures in this
program" success executive officer of the Naval Air the Rework Facility. 9:30: a.m. briefing here at NAS
I USS Saratoga, in demon area. Rework Facility, has become the The award, with an accompanying Jax in which he will meet local
t first recipient of an Equal Em plaque, was commanders to discuss area
ployment Award for his interestin presented by Capt. Andrew programs.
the EEO Program here. Yates, NARF commanding of- RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis,
r I Your Vote Counts I As vice chairman of the Joint ficer,at the quarterly meeting of COMFAIRJAX commander will
EEO Committee, which the joint committee for Jax Navy preside.
represents the seven EEO area EEO Committees'last rimes is slated to round out
Jax Noting that the to vote on local issues. Committees in the Jax Navy Thursday at the station Officers' the morning with art inspection at
R Navy is a large and in- Navy spokesmen noted area, Cdr. Bell has earned a' Club. Mayport Naval Station, includingthe
Letter of Appreciation from his The EEO Program was Fleet Training Center there
tegral part of the com many Navymen have commanding officer for his, established here in 1968 to and the Naval Fuel Depot
munity, Jacksonville city vested interests in local ability to isolate and investigate upgrade the employment levelof lie is to tour Cecil Field and the
issues and encouragedthem significant problem areas and, minorities and female em- Naval Air Rework Facility in the
:- officials have expressedthe to study the issues initiate corrective action for ployees in the area. Cdr. Bell has afternoon.A .

that eligible and vote according to their equal employment.. successfully championed the press conference is set for
hope lie was cited especially for his cause of these groups during the 3:45: in Conference Room 1 'at
sailors exercise their right convictions. dynamic and enthusiastic ap- past 14 months. Bid*, l,


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

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

11 a.m. to 2 a.m. l1a.m..n p.m Friday, Feb.25 Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert Bar
Friday & Saturday Tues.-Thurs. Sunday BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit SUPPER: Grilled Liver or Beef
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11a.m..ilp.m. Nooh to 'Midnight Juice Buttered Hominy Grits, Fried Porcupines, Brown Gravy, Baked
9 a.m. to 2 a.m. Frl.Sat Eggs to Order, French Toast Syrup, Macaroni & Cheese, Buttered Mixed
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Sunday ila.m. la.m. Monday thru Thur C tub Choice of Luncheon Meat or Ham Vegetables Boiled Navy Beans Salad
9 a.m. to Midnight 11 am. to Midnight Baked Beans, Hot Chocolate, Pastry Bar, Yellow Pound Cake Orange
Bar. Cream Pudding.SANDWICH .

I ... .,. DINNER: Manhattan Clam LINE: Grilled Ham-
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Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Baked burgers or Frankfurters Ham &
;.11 '" .25 Years : a .... I Tuna and Noodles/ Brown Gravy, Cheese on Rye, French Fried
4 Ago. I Mashed Potatoes, Hot Spiced Beets, Potatoes Potato Chips Baked Beans,
j Buttered Green Peas Salad Bar, Dessert BarTuesday
Coconut Cream Pie, Brown Sugar Feb. 29
Cookies. BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple
Waves After '48 ''ti Q J I1J1EE SANDWICH LINE: Chicken Salad, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to
the retention of i in .
women Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Order, Griddle Cakes w Syrup Choiceof
Jax Applications for the post war Navy. French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Bacon or Luncheon Meat Creamed
voluntary retention Baked Beans, Dessert Bar. Chipped Beef, Pastry Bar.
on SUPPER: Deep Fried Fish or Beef DINNER: Beef Rice Soup, Grilled
active duty until June 30, with Vegetables French Fried Rlbsteak, Beef Gravy, Snowflaked
1948 are being Potatoes, Rice Pilaff, Buttered Potatoes Buttered Asparagus,
... accepted New Fighter <# .. Broccoli Spears, Tartar Sauce, Buttered Spinach, Salad Bar.
from WAVE enlisted Jax -- There's been Mexican Corn, Salad Bar, Strawberry Strawberry Cream Pie Brownies.
personnel.The Short Cake Chocolate Pudding. SANDWICH LINE: Variety Meat
another superlative addedto SANDWICH LINE: Ham Salad Sandwich. Grilled Hamburgers or

the Navy's vocabulary.Far PKOTKSTANTNAVA : Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Frankfurters French Fried Potatoes
French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Potato Chips Baked Beans, Dessert
desires
Navy to LAI II STATIONSUNIAY
surpassing any Baked Beans Dessert Bar. Bar
continue, within budgetary preceding fighterplane is SUPPER: Barbecued Pork Loin,
Saturday, Feb.U Barbecue Sauce ,Snowflaked
limitations, a number of the Banshee, newest and Church School (all ages) 9: -BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange Potatoes, Apple Sauce, Buttered
WAVES on active duty most powerful single Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Green' Peas Buttered Carrots Salad
a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine Order, French Toast, Griddle Hot Bar Cottage Pudding. Vanilla Pud
through that date, fighter plane in the U.S. Worship 10:30: at All Saints' Cakes w.Syrup, Choice of Bacon or ding.
although Congressionalauthorization today. Chapel. Minute Steaks Lyonnalse Potatoes, SANDWICH LINE: Ham Salad

has not yet The Banshee is capableof Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Pastry BarBRUNCH:. at 9:30: Chicken Rice Grilled French Hamburgers Fried Potatoes or, Frankfurters Potato Chips

been obtained permitting High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- Soup Grilled Hamburgers or Baked Beans, Dessert Bar.
flying 600 mph.NEWS. nex. Junior and senior youth Cheeseburgers, Potato Chips Salad Wednesday,March 1
Fellowship-1:30: p.m. at Bldg. 722. Bar Apricot Pie, Baked Custard. BREAKFAST: Chilled Apple Juice,
SUPPER: Grilled Pork Chops, Hot Farina Fried Eggs to Order,
Evening Worship7:30'p.m.: at
Brown Gravy, O'Brien Potatoes, French Toast Syrup, Grilled Bacon
I I small Chapel. Chilled Applesauce, Buttered Carrots, Slices, Creamed Ground Beef Baked
Tuesday Buttered Brussel Sprouts Salad Bar, Beans. Hot Chocolate. Pastry Bar.
Molasses Cookies, Assorted ''Cup DINNER: Pepper Pot Soup, Roast
JAXAI Senior Choir Rehearsal-7
p.m. Cakes. Veal Brown Gravy,Mashed Potatoes
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Sunday, Feb.27 Buttered Broccoli Spears O'Brien
Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato Corn. Salad Bar, Dutch Apple Cake,
Juice, Hot Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs Vanilla Wafers.SANDWICH .
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian NAVAL HOSPITAL to Order, Griddle Blueberry !Hot LINE: Grilled Ham
Enterprise Newspaper Cakes w.Syrup, Choice of Ham or burgers or Frankfurters Egg Salad
distributed each Thursday at the V.. S. Naval" Air Station Divine Worship-10 a.m. at St. Minute Pork Chops, Cottage Fried Sandwiches", French Fried Potatoes,
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Lukes. Potatoes. Pastry Bar Potato Chips Baked Beans Dessert
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS BLTs BRUNCH, : at 9:30 Creole Soup, Bar.
French Fried Potatoes, Salad SUPPER: Beef Pot Pie, Buttered
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office. Box 2. NAS CATHOLIC Bar, Chocolate Cream pie, Sugar Egg Noodles, Tartar Sauce, Polonaise
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Saturday Mass-5 p.m., at St. Cookies. Cauliflower Simmered Lima Beans
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 SUPPER: Chicken Rice Soup Salad Bar, Devils Food Cake, Cherry
3119. Country Fried Steak, Brown Gravy Jello.
a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass-
Mashed Potatoes,
Seasoned;, Greens SANDWICH Hamburgers
LINE Grilled
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Buttered Hominy, Salad Bar Angel : Deviled
Everything advertised in this publication must be made Friday-ll:30 a.m. WednesdayMass Food Cake,'Vanilla Pudding.: Ham. French or Frankfurters Fried Potatoes. Potato

available forpurcha'se, use or patronage without regard to race. 11:30: a.m.. at the Naval Chips, Baked Beans Dessert Bar.

creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Hospital Chapel. Saturday Monday, Feb.21
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Confessions-4:15: and 5 p.m. BREAKFAST: Chilled' Orange
,March 2
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal. to print( Juice, Hot Buttered Grits, Fried Eggs BREAKFAST Thursday Chilled ,Tomato
advertising from that source." NATTC to Order, French' Toast w.Syrup, Juice Hot Oatmeal, Hard Boiled
Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m.. in Meat.Choice of Minced Pork Sausage or Luncheon Eggs Fried Eggs to Order GriddleCakes
: 500. Beef, Lyonnalse w.Syrup, Grilled Minute Pork
Building
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Potatoes Pastry Bar. Chops Corned Beef Hash, Home
,l, concerning such should be directed to; DINNER Turkey Noodle Soup Fried Potatoes Pastry Bar.
);( Roast Turkey Log.
Brown
Turkey DINNER Fried
: Vegetable Soup
. THE HOLT PUBLISHING Gravy, Bread Dressing, Mashed .
COMPANY Chicken' Chicken Gravy Whipped
.t4- 4747 San Juan Ave. The three white stripes on thesailor's Potatoes Cranberry Sauce Buttered Potatoes Sausage Bread Dressing.Blackeye' ,
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Peas, Beans
collar are for Lord, Salad Bar, Apple Turnovers. Creole Green
Telephone 388-2755 Nelson's three great Naval Cookies. Sugar Cranberry Sauce Salad Bar Coconut
Cream
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VOL. 29 NO. victories Copenhagen, Aboukir SANDWICH LINE:' Grilled Ham ,
47 FEBRUARY 24, 1972 burgers SANDWICH LINE: Ham Salad
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Your Dental HealthControlling Our TraditionsJax


i Your Diet .. ..' "a:." ._

The "Old Salt" was enraged. "

EDITOR'S NOTE: The following article is one of a "First, they decided to throw out the bell bottoms and '

j series being presented by the Jax Air News in white hats, then they said sideburns and beards were
# cooperation with the Dental Department. SHOOT OK but these things they're pushing now.. it's just
I THE iir more than I can take!"
I An earlier article told how eaten; about the same amount of The Old Salt had just read another Jax Air News
WORKS V j\ ,
certain acid is
t bacteria in the mouth use formed in the bacterial
r t. sugar from the food we eat to plaque.So WITH article explaining all the reasons why he should give up ,

t produce a sticky substance that when we eat sweets, we smoking.
I forms a film on the teeth. might as well enjoy ourselvesifthe "How in Hannah's Hat Rack are you going to be able to .:
This film is the basis of the waistline can stand itand tell a Navyman if we give up smoking? I suppose the ,
I bacteria bacterial plaque that traps eat all we want This feast shouldbe next thing will be to take our coffee away from us, too." "5 :,
against the teeth. Some
i, of these bacteria break down limited dessert.to mealtime howeverfor The very thought of that was too much for him and he -<

I sugars and other carbohydrates; The fewer times we eat sweets slumped heavily against the bulkhead, crying, "What is : 1
producing the acid that causes during the day, the fewer times U.S.SAVINGS. This Man's Navy coming to?" ;j
J tooth decay. our teeth are attacked by acid. He had a valid point. .+)
I Since it is easy to see that So, if a snack between meals is How many sailors do you know that don't smoke andor -
: eating sugar and other carbohydrates *
have
necessary, some potato
BONDS drink coffee? Not right?
t can lead to tooth chips or fruit, but no candy, cake, very many,
I decay, it would seem logical not cookies, or sugared soft drinks. The Old Salt slowly began to recover, moaning
5 to eat them..This is easier said Do your neighbors favor. too. rather incoherently (and terribly agonized), "Black,
4 than done. If their children are at your with a pinch of sugar, Lad!"
All of us, especially our house, don't feed them a lot of *
children, like sweet foods. We sweet goodies.In I "Many's the long lonely night I've stayed awake }
t need carbohydrates for energy as fact, they would be better off worrying about losing these great Navy traditions," j
f part of a balanced diet How, with no snacks at all. Then they he lamented."As .
then, can we eat a balanced diet will be hungry at mealtime and I drink my coffee, I think about that day when
of foods we enjoy while doing the will eat the foods need for
they
they'll take it away from me. And after 10 or 15 cups,
least possible damage to
teeth? our good Unfortunately growth and, health.there are no '....well, I'm just so worried about it that I can't sleep."

It's not how much sugar we eat foods we can eat that willstrengthen The whole idea of the smoking "And when I smoke those cigarettes..I've been r
that causes the greatest our teeth-only those lamp started years ago when smoking for almost 28 years now..I get this tight,
problems,it's how often we eat it that will weaken them.It matches hadn't been invented.At choking feeling in my throat when I think about giving
Each time sugar is eaten, acidis has been said that eating certain regulated hours the them *.
formed and some of the tooth is and foods aboard sailing up.
course crunchy smoking lamp
dissolved. It doesn't really chewing gum, or rinsing with ships was lit so that the men "They can tell me what to wear, but they can't tell me ;
matter whether it's a small or water will clean the plaque off could fire up their pipes and, in a how to feel about smoking and staying up all night '
large amount of sugar that is our teeth. This is just not so. friendly spirit tell a few stories. drinking coffee!

The only way to adequatelyremove "...And I feel a little worse every day." !;
this plaque is by properuse
of our toothbrush and dental
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must be on the upswing. This
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his thing at AMD. At the age of
23, with four years behind him
and the 4 years that he reenlistedfor Joseph E. Busby
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I CHMPUSD PolicyEarlier -TELEPHONE Navy Will Guarantee


this year, officials of prior.to the pregnancy is not "
the Civilian Health and Medi- authorized unless the absence of Advanced SchoolingJax
cal Program of the Uniformed the teeth will result in nutri
Services (CHAMPUS) an- tional deficiencies through an inability
nounced that expectant mothers to chew properly which New enlistment options specific guarantees for assign. .
eligible for CHAMPUS benefitsare could seriously compromise the guaranteeing better choice of ment after enlistment ,if
authorized dental care if, pregnancy. If a prosthetic appliance school assignments have been Provided basic requirements ,
in the opinion of the attending is provided to replace announced by the Navy for eligiblity are met and
physician and dentist, the den teeth not extracted during the Recruiting Command. maintained throughout the period
tal care is necessary during the pregnancy, written justificationfor Qualified applicants can now of recruit training, applicants II 4
pregnancy to protect the healthof this care from the physicianand be enlisted into one of 14 occupational will now be able to select from )
the expectant mother and the dentist must be submitted :
with of the
categories a one following 14 areas: j
unborn child. In I
response to numerous with the claim. Replacement of
of formal advanced Operations
guarantee specialties
inquiries that have been teeth when
authorized, must,
training. (analysis or control)
graphic
received
by OCHAMPUS re- of course, be accomplished by
Formerly, recruits were specialties, administration
garding the scope of dental care the most economical means that ,
which is authorized, OCHAMPUS will adequately restore the den- enlisted into one of five broad precision mechanical equipment,
officials have announced the tition. categories for school assign mechanical fabrication, general ;
following guidelines: ments in aviation, electronics, mechanical specialties, aviation I
Statements of charges for nuclear propulsion, medicine or mechanical specialties, supply
Dental care required to authorized dental care must be general seamanship.The and accounting, food preparation ,
eliminate
infection which might submitted to OCHAMPUS, upon new program, called the and service, medical specialties &
prove the detrimental to the healthof completion of treatment, on DA Regular Navy Enlisted Occupational dental specialties, ordnance and. <;

child expectant is authorized mother or to unborn include Form 1863-2 and must be accompanied Specialty Schoo) electricity, .
by a statement from Guarantee Program, permits the the 14 categories include 5S '
extraction of teeth,
en- the patient's obstetrician verify- "Yes Navy to be responsive to the specific jobs.. ;
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dodontics, periodontics, restora- Motherr I've been fin.
tion of carious teeth, oral hygiene ing the pregnancy and givingthe ishing my milk and wearing desires and aptitudes of individuals -, All programs require a !
estimated actual date
treatment and those diag- or of warm clothes Yes, I'm be. who desire more minimum age of 17 years.
delivery. Preauthorization for lag a good boy. Yes, .
nostic procedures necessary to dental care is not required. Authorization Mother ." ..
provide the aforementioned care. for dental care ends Cartoon by McKisic, reprinted a
Gold restorations are authorized with the termination of the from the Fort Ord Calif. '
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but only if the doctoris pregnancy, with the exceptionthat Panorama. VOLKSWAGEN'j j
unable to adequately restore those teeth extracted dur
the tooth ing the later stages of INSURANCE :
by means of amalgam preg- The first American Indian to : !
or another :accepted dcr.tnl material nancy may be replaced withina
fly for the Navy was trained at
other than gold reasonable time subsequent to Representing Gold Crown Insurance Agency)
the termination of the the Naval Air Station,
ing. the If a pregnancy tooth is extracted, OCHAMPUS dur- cy. pregnan- Jacksonville. NOW AVAILABLE FOR ALL CARS

will also authorize the replace- EXAMPLE:. Male driver, married, age 23, good record. .:
ment, by means of a prosthetic Complete coverage Liability: $10 $20 $25 thousands, Full .
appliance, (a dental plate or personal Injury protection and full basIc, property protection. N
bridge). However, the replace- Comprehensive, $100 deductible, and collision. ..,
ment of teeth that were missing V6tION'a&& Above'coverage on 70 VW SEDAN$143 ANNUALLY
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lIt f [NATTC Reenlistments I 1-2-12-3' : A Change For NARTUA


known as the "2-2-12-3"! Concept has
A concept, ,
( ; Jax_ new Naval Air Reserve
Naval
Jacksonville's Air
of Reserve
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In the organization
i brought a big change
'") Training Unit here.
)
: 'i! go of the reserve Naval Air Reserve Force. This
one-third
t' is
1 4 ,. I ; Capt. Wilson McCulley, about personnel on active the title which Capt. Hugh j
." jJ1 officer for NARTU, squadron
: ,, executive which duty. "Better equipment has Tate, NARTU's commanding
".,',", ," ,: ". explained the changes in the Naval Air come, the supply situation has officer, now holds, He is
taken
have place
coordinator
and many of our air- local for the reserve
,./ Reserve in the past year and a improved
with force squadrons and
...,.... at a craft are now comparable units; ad
.. ,i.,' half under this NARJAX concept Wives those of active duty forces," said ministrative coordinator for
meeting of the thecaptain. "Additionally, manyof matters concerning public affairs .
Club last Wednesday: the personnel in our reserve ; he is responsible for host-
\ The new concept combined a
have seen extensive tenant relationships, facilities
\ attack squadrons
>:...; \ force of two reserve air combat duty. The Naval Air planning and management and
two reserve
carrier air wings,
; C" I Reserve has emerged as a truly aviation and industrial safety.
antisubmarine warfare groups,
ii-'
Adm. Greer in
force. leaving the
and three professional
12 patrol squadrons of command for Naval Air Reserve last
i- transport squadrons thus the The new chain month,
"22123." the Naval Air Reserve Force is stated "I have the privilege of
name the commander of taking with me the
I As ,Capt. McCulley explained, headed by deep
The satisfaction of
the whole reorganization was a Naval Air Reserve Force. having been a
1 force close observer of what term
L1 result of the Pueblo incident Individual reserve a
when squadrons were recalled squadron, depending on type, is dramatic improvement in the
and administratively value of Naval Air
our
Reserve
because of operationally
AE1 PETER ZEN- AVCM MARVIN and didn't "stack up" to "

TRICH, a Coast Guard- RAGAN, a technical lack training of equipment for their personnel.and adequate lie ComNavAiResFor responsible either squadrons.He concluded that, having

sman at NATTC, shippedfor analyst at NATTC's added that many of the Reserveswere directly, in the case of the VR attained this readiness,the Naval
four. He is an in. AE"B" School, reenlistedfor actually bitter because they squadrons, or through a Fleet- Air Reserve is now in a position to

structor AE "A" School, two years. did not get into the action. deplicated intermediate level. give meaningful support to the
Phase II.. -. Under the reorganization, For example, Attack Squadron Fleet in carrying out its training
,., .'" some objectives were met to 203 here in Jacksonville reportsto requirements and in meeting the
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bring the reserve force closer to a CVWR-20 also located here operational committments whichit
; Without AdvertisingYou degree of continual readiness. which in turn is responsible to has.

Those objectives were: duplicatethe ComNavAiResFor.
organization and manning "As the new Naval Air Reserve
Wouldn't Know.FRANK'S levels of Fleet squadrons, in- Force began to take shape, it /
crease selected air reserve became obvious that the complete
participation of both aircrew and separation of the reserve
maintenance personnel, increase force squadron from the parent
'I.i4A.4j carrier-based and weapon- NARTU was not the most ef-
delivery training, reach and ficient use of technical resources .
maintain a high degree of ," explained Capt. McCulley.
readiness in all squadrons, im- "Facilities planning and i
e 24 Hr. Wrecker prove the efficiency of training management for local reserve
Service programs by reducing the forces demanded coordination at
number of support sites for each a higher level than the
TUNE-UPS. BRAKES. TRANSMISSIONS. HEADLIGHTS AIMED type of aircraft, and locate squadron."

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peek at the new Spring fashions living. The softly flowing skirt silk screen print with splashy red polyester and nylon golf togs for her retirement from the club by
from a local shoppe at a show with a provocative slit up the sideis apples and flower design, and today's active woman who wantsto Mrs. John Kincaid, who gave hera
hosted by club members from of lightweight nylon. Center: Barbara Hargrave in a very look her best on the course. small engraved silver Revere
Supply and the Commissary. At Introducing the cool, simple seaworthy red, white and blue Betty,who was one of six modelsto bowl after dinner." Mrs. Andersenis
left: Kathy Kelleher models a elegance of Spring style with trevira polyester and rayon present the show at the end of leaving ,S her husband, the
bright, colorful halter dress for Emcee Joyce Malone Is Betty dress. At right: Betty again their monthly social meeting at former security officer, is
retiring March 1.

AMASON'SSEPTIC March Is Tax 86 Membership Month I

Jax The Navy Wives Club of Lt. Rick Karlson from NARTU nesday, March 1 at Compton
America, Jax 86, held their Public Affairs gave the girls a Hall
TANK SERVICE monthly business-social meetinglast talk on the subject for RAdra.
Wednesday at the clubhouseto Lawrence Geis, who is the
New Tanks Clean Outs discuss plans for future ac chairman for this year's Goodwill
tivities. Campaign. The admiral has set
Repairs Filter BedsBILL The wives apparently are 27,000 bags as the goal for Good \to'O\
RETIRED taking an interest in the 11th Turn Day, which is March 11
USN
AMASON annual Boy Scouts of America throughout North Florida.

ORANGE PARK GREEN COVE SPRINGS Good Turn Day to collect bags for New club members, Patricia (ek .
.1. 264-4027 284-3840 Goodwill Industries for the Hecht and Rebecca Thorson,
handicapped. were introduced at the meeting.n I
F an effort to recruit more new OPEN
I members the club has designated 24 HRS. V
March as Membership Month.
I '.' '>On -SPECIAL-
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scheduled for 7:30: p.m. Wed- DELMONICO

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have. to shave every day the The first United in the States world Navy to was ex- $2.49TAKE

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I Try Almuerzo This Weekend '

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where life is leisurely and the pace is Tortillas
relaxed, ualmuerzo" or breakfast is served at mid- 1 can Tortillas
morning.It's Pats of butter r'StJ

a hearty meal and the One 10 oz. can Taco Sauce
menu translates into an Remove tortillas from can and
ideal north-of-the-border Sunday Brunch. wrap tightly in foil being sure

What better way for a busy As easy as it is to do, every wrapping is airtight to prevent
hostess to entertain family and weekend can be party time with tortillas from drying out. PlaceIn r. M %
friends than with a colorful an international flavor. The [ 350 degrees oven for 10
brunch taking a cue from the menu: minutes, or until hot.
talented cooks of our neigh- Fresh Fruit Ambrosia To serve, place on heated platesix r
boring land to the south? Chili y Huevos (Chili with- ) inches in diameter. Invert IL 'it kt ,
Almuerzo lends itself'to easy 'Refried'Beans -.._.eggs. _..*. another plate over the top to keep
buffet Serving", Is Itfnd to Tortillas--- "" ".. ..- tortillas hot, Serve,with' butter ]
the budget and simple and quick '" Coffee and taco sauce. Serves six. 'I K 1
to prepare. Huevos Retried Beans
Chilly
Decorations should be bright Two 15 oz. cans Chili Con Carne. Bacon Fat .Y-t
One ISVfe oz. can refried beans
and primitive using primary Plain (no beans)
colors in fresh or paper flowers, 8 eggs Parmesan cheese, grated ,
pottery and straw serving Heat Heat bacon fat in skillet. Add
pieces. chili and place on buffet
The center-piece is part of the table in chafing dish. Fry, poachor beans and cook over medium PLEASE BRING THIS COUPONI
heat until hot,stirring constantly.
meal-a platter of fresh fruits scramble
eggs, as desired. To
dish and
in
Place serving
artistically arranged to whet the serve,spoon chili onto plate and with cheese. Serves PIZZA HUTPHONE
appetite and delight the eye. top with eggs. Serves four four.sprinkle

AHEAD..READY IN 20 MINUTES!


I 1972 Voting InformationBefore 2 FOR 1


\ Buy One PIZZA' Get One FREE\
We serve more Pizza than else In the world
an election, local officials For the serviceman who I is Four States-Alabama, Alaska anyone
BIG' TONY HAS MOVfDf
compile formal lists of not already registered in his Louisiana, and Maine-re-
persons who are qualified to vote home community registrationhas quire that you be registered GOOD ONLY AT
in that election. These lists are been made simple. He may before you may request an 4218 BUNDING BLVD PHONE 772.0662 4
generally called registrationlists. register by mail or he may not absentee mail ballot. n
They record the names of even have to register.
persons who have met the local
voting qualifications and are
therefore eligible to vote in the
next election in that locality. ,.

Once an individual is regis-
tered in this manner his regis- NEW 1972 DATSUN FULLY ,.'
tration is usually permanent.But .
it can be cancelled if he FACTORY
moves away or changes his .
name or fails to vote. It may 1 EQUIPPED! J '
also be cancelled for other'reasons. !/2 ton PickupNEW1972DATSUN \
The States are not all uniform .
in either their requirement
for registration or their ONLY. .

reasons for cancelling a persons: I I ,1.,
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.PAGE 10 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER.- -- .... -. -... -. ,- .- '- ... -- .-.r.--...--.. ----.---:---- 1972-
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I IThink E The Service Hampers Education ? I



Jax- If you're one of those-people who thinks that being in the service hampers

your education, how can you explain this: I
Three hundred people are taking college courses (both credit and noncredit)

rilht here at M e.Tax five days a week.
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The courses are available to
1it all militaryand civilian personnel
I aboard the air station, as well as
dependents over 16 years of age,
and include subjects ranging
,- from general shop techniques to

.1 C1if 4 :, ri: sociology." .
:._ v ... Held in conjunction with
Florida Junior College, Cumberland
J Campus,the courses enable
T \, Y{' ; F the student to finish high school,
CA6 build up college credits or obtaina

t recreational outlet

"We try to make the courses fit
the people's needs", says Paul 0.
McCoy, Director of Military
[Instruction,

a I Most of the classes are conducted

........... aboard the air station, but
I few, including Auto Mechanics,
STARTING FROM SCRATCH-A student in the woodworking I ire held downtown.In .

class at the Hobby Shop prepares to make the I addition to its regular

first cut on his latest project under the watchful eyes of lasses, the program also includes

Arthur A. Slocumb, Service Information Officer, and a high school completion
: course at the Correctional Center
Mr. Slocumb's wife.
ind classes in English
F t Yia Literature, History and Art for
n :he Drug Rehabilitation
Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-10 p.m. ,--., jrogram.Courses.

D PICK.UP & DELIVERYO offered for college
ROAD PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER-A gun rack takes: i credit include:
SERVICE
shape with a few turns of a screwdriver from a student English, Speech, Psychology,
o MECHANIC ON DUTY Sociology, History, Algebra,
at the shop class. Basic Electronics and
Blueprint
D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARSBOB'S
Reading.

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OAK HILL
AL BONATI : Art, General Shop, Speed
Reading and Auto Mechanics.
unifnSERVICE ORGAN-HORN Enrollment fee for the noncredit -
courses is$2. Tuition aid is
CENTER .i & VOCAL available for the credit courses
( __ through military aid programs.
Monday through Saturday
103rd Jammes Road Phone 77l'9l5f I "We've been real pleased with
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SPECIAL RATES I from NAS Jacksonville and the
6.00 per person military community"Mr.McCoy
FOR SERVICEMEN double occupancy
Who it hastobehumble. remarked on behalf of Dr. EdgarC.
says Entertainment mtely. Quarterdeck Lounge ft Dine at Biter's Seafood Napier, Provost and Dean of
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms ,
with TV Direct Dial Phone Olympic
Undercover Parking. Instruction and Dr.Charles Polk,
Dean of Adult and Continuing
Education for non-credit courses

SWlmmp'n. I4A1avE The response of the students to
.. ..' ... .. the courses clearly shows that
': MOTOR H >TEL they with the
': -' are just as pleased
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: 901 Main Street Phone 355.3744 classes as FJC is with them.
,r-> .. ( TM:7 How about joining them?
Within walking distance to all points of interest.
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.) But that takes money. So when it comes time
for buying, building or making home im- Jax s GreatestFURNITURE
provements ask us for a loan for your home.
There's no bank like the best of all possible e
.banks. when you need a loan for your home. 3 \, '""' Values!
You'll find out why doesn't have'
your place :
,to be humble. I ...OUT! WHOLESALE

I ........HOWEVERwe are PRICE TO EVERYONE
planning
more
great homes for you In BELLAIR
id&ORANGE : WATCH FOR OUR FUTURE ANNOUNCEMENTS OPEN
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A NEW COAT OF PAINT will. dress up this station wagon as.soon as
this student finishes applying the tape in the auto mechanics and body
work class. It may be back-bending work, but the results are more .r

.... '..;.a....'../:"",..,!.t'.. than worth the effort.


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A WORD OF ADVICE-An FJC Instructor suggests a way that an Art class student can Improve her
painting. In all classes offered,individual attention to each student is of primary importance. Now you can display

1 9'"iPt1"j: !I YOUR SWORD

; AND
i:: YOUR MEDALS

.A Letter To Hanoi =r, ; : with they the deserve honor!


Bring UI your medals and
WI will mount them for you.
If you art entitled to medal
you don't have come and tee
1J ui I we will get them for you.
i 4 In lull site or'In miniature,
Can Our POW'sThey We will mount them 'In
Help handsome velvet lined shadow
hoses In such a way that they
can be easily removed lor
wear and replaced to duplaythem
with the dignity and
pride they deserve.
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:I : had been sitting in the ORIGINAL PAINTINGS FRAMED PICTURES
WORLD I AND II AERIAL COMBAT SCENES.ETC)
swing in the moonlight alone. No Subaru ART SUPPLIES FRAMING (CUSTOM OR READY
word broke the stillness of the r MADE
l night for half an hour until -__'
.. 3633 St. Johns Ave. In the Avondale Shopping Center
'"Suppose you had money," she o! RACK & PINION ;
'said, "What would you do?" STEERING --

,',,:' ,\ He threw out his chest, in all 80 HORSE POWER
the glory of young manhood "I'd N RECLINING SEATS
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He felt her warm hand slide 25.30 MILES PER GALLONDOWNTOWN Phone 354-4545
into his. When he looked up she
was gone. In his hand 'was a OLDSMOBILE CO. ?f1e corneJfL/16 4'td

nickel. See JOSE PENA, Sales Representalve, for Test Drive


ABOB'S we 1teeu.


Archery Center

11. I Since 1885
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I, I ALL BRANDS .

Target& Hunting Bows
HAVERTYSFURNITURE
Use our indoor shooting, lanes
: &compare before you buy -

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COVE
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.' Sunday 2PM-4PM' Tor service personnel and their guests...
a 2 for 1 cover charge ticket for the
big star shows in The Terrace Room Supper I
Club of The Thunderbird Motor Hotel.
ATTENTION Available for second shows, Sunday (when
open)through Thursday 15% February
SERVICE Pick up tickets at Special Services


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UP!IWE RONNIE PROPHET, thru Feb. 28

LOUIS PRIMA, Feb. -29Mar. 8 On ALL furniture in our huge new stone..!

CAN FINANCE YOU BOOTS RANDOLPH March 912Thunderbird ...

WITH LITTLE OR NOCREDITONACLEAN .....'I.............. Military personnel ONLY
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America ... period! Come in and let us prove you save more.at

Haverty'sl Easy terms, Free delivery Free parking! ,.....

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I. -Civilian Cafeteria, Menu : t .:' ."v': .".;,'illof.

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Jax Following; is the Civilian Salad. Chocolate Cake, Pineapple '
Cafeteria menu for the week of Apple Pie, Assorted Pudding, Cream Pie.
Feb. 28 through March 3: Chocolate Pie, !read Pudding. Friday March 3
Monday,Feb.28 Thursday,March 2 Fish Chowder, Stuffed Pep
Onion Soup, Spaghetti and Vegetable Soup, Meat Loaf pers, Country Steak with Yellow I i
Meat Balls, Franks with Potato with Spaghetti, Broiled Pork Rice, Trout Almondine, 7 oz.
Salad, Fried Chicken, Chopped Chops, Chicken Pan Pie, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fried Fish.
Sirloin, Fish.French Chopped Sirloin, Fish. French Fries, Mashed
Fries, Mashed French Fries, Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, String
Potatoes Rice and Potatoes Beans, Squash, Mixed
Gravy, Rice and Gravy,
Mustard Greens, String Beans, Macaroni and Cheese, Okra and Vegetables.

Pinto Beans Tomatoes, Blackeyes. Salad Combination, Chef Salad Salad, Fruit, Tossed Cup, THERE'S MORE sand than snow in Jan Cascone'u life this ...
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Combination Salad Tossed .
Combination Salad, Tossed He careful If -
'winter, but you might not be so lucky snow beginsv. .
Fruit Jello Jello Fruit
Plain ,
Salad, Chef Salad, Fruit Cup Salad, Chef Salad, Fruit Cup, to accumulate, don't overexert yourself trying to dig out --- -
Fruit Jello,Plain Jello,Fruit and Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Cottage
Cottage Cheese, Plain Cottage Cottage Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, Cole Slaw, Tuna Salad. ,
Cheese, CucumberSalad, Health Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Apple Pie, Assorted Pudding,
Salad. Cucumber Salad. Egg Custard, Strawberry

Apple' Pie, Assorted Pudding, Apple Pie, Assorted Pudding, Shortcake. NEWEST CONCEPT
Cocoanut Cream Pie, Banana
Pudding. IN APARTMENT LIVING

Tuesday,Feb.29 I'edric'sI 3826 earic'sanlKntx 1,2 .) BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS
Minestroni Soup, Roast Beef 1 t }
with New Potatoes,Chopped Veal ;,mafah 'Wx nh elxh Spacious rocms, wide windows, Kingsley.,
BLANDING
central heat & air condo Private
with Parmesan Sauce, Liver and I patios, sundecKs, swimming pool Arms
0 Fish.Onions, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, RiIJJ1' BLVD. fluBJ11 1EAT S and party room.

264-8102
French Fries, Mashed IN PHONE 771-9343 TAKE OUT
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Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, 1800 KINGSLEY AVE. J
Stewed Tomatoes, Corn, Limas. Have something to eat DIRECTIONS! Between Blanding .
Combination Salad, Tossed Blvd.' & Orange Park Minutes ,
Salad, Chef Salad, Fruit Cup, while the kids enjoy the away via new I.795.GOODfYEAR .
Plain Jello, Fruit and Cottage ,
Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, CEDAR HILLS CARNIVAL! t' =

Potato Salad, Beet and Onion. OPEN 11:00: A.M.7 DAYS AWEEK
Apple Pie, Assorted Pudding,
Boston :Cream Pie, Almond
Cream Pie.
Wednesday,!March 1
Cream of Chicken Soup, Roast
Pork with Dressing, Macaroniwith
Meat Sauce, Chopped Swiss I SERVICE

Steak Fish., 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, STORES

French Fries, Mashed
Potatoes, Rice and Gravy,
Turnip Greens, Beets, Green
Beans. r.......................I..............a............iia .......ii
Combination Salad, Tossed
Salad, Chef Salad, Fruit Cup,. GOODYEAR TIRES NOW AVAILABLE AT
Plain Jello,Fruit Jello,Fruit and SPECIAL ,
Cottage Cheese, Plain Cottage
Cheese. Crab Salad, Carrot MILITARY DISCOUNT PRICESTHROUGH


Didja Know : SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH YOUR j

..

That. ... : HOBBY SHOPS AT CECIL FIELD : __ '


Didjaknow: The boatswain'spipe AND JAX NAS. : .
is one of the oldest and most .,
distinctive. pieces' 'of :personal 1 : ......!..UUIUl...RuIUU... ......a.0..; "

natutical use in sternpost the equipmentThe twelfth rudder century.came into

To take a caulk in the old Navy
meant to take a sleep or nap. 1%
Enlisted WAVES were first
DIG VALUE
become extended officers the opportunity in 1943. to 4 Y

parachutists The first two were classes graduatedfrom of Navy

Lakehurst, N.J., school on
February 26, 1941. PRICED 4-PLY NYLON CORD TIRE
In 1775 John,Hancock signed a M&u
commission 'making Samuel
Nicholas a Marine captain, the III "ALL-WEATHER mil Blackwall
first commission of the U.S.

Navy.. k -I- Clean sidewall design radial darts shoulder
The word "skipper" is derived on

from the Scandinavian word t Triple-tempered{ nylon co.rd.onstruction
"schiffe," meaning a ship, or the \ :
Dutch captain.word"schipper," meaning _

The first U.S. Navy ship to be :;+ USE OUR RAIN CH Ck
named for a Black hero was PROGRAMBerrust- <>t POPUWR SIZES
launched in 1943. The ship was p ptit<-<1 f'eavy clrmjndr ,
( >r Go-dvejr tiri-v / >
the USS Harmon, a destroyer ONE
'nay fu" Oilt I')t sijinfSlfS LOW 1 1iI PRICE
escort, named for Leonard Roy ljril',' tins otlt r
Harmon, a mess attendant first -- I) ) [ | ( .
vV- ; /iirr
\ ( ,, .. "I.
class, who was killed In action. \ : -vi- "
Harmon: received the Navy
Cross''. posthumously, ,for ex- BLACKWALL TUBELESS
traordinary heroism duringaction'srgalnst
Jap forces in the !
Solomons. He gave invaluable.
assistance in caring for woundedand
evacuating them'to dressing
.
citation stations., he. deliberately According exposed to his 3 WAYS: TO PAY AT GOODYEAR ., [.IZJ : :

himself, to enemy* gunfire to .
protect a shipmate. ,. :. ..

'" On.:time 'the Navy owned so i Go t toy r: Auto Hobby ',Shop for details" of this pr rogg r ain. r? .


:was many an'hpming"jofficial pigeons.,. pigeon... that,master there: .. ,,JAX.. ; ,,NAS r uild'fnga9T+89,8' CECIL, a 1 DB.uildir-g.: : :": ; :
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PUBLISHING
HOLT COMPANY i CLASSIFIED
Publisher : ADVERTISING

"- -. Movie Schedule
JAX AIR NEWS

NAS Jacksonville CALL: 388-2755

L Ads should be
TueSday for mailed to arrive not later than W lAl J V ( HIM Hf Mr W M til Mi
LATWINGERNAS JBsujikJSiij& HtarfB aj jBWtti *JBJ JyytJHJB il* iB
Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published Ads arriving too late forsttisIdeadlinehwill be .

publisher Is the Instructed following otherwise.week A unless Check, the or Thursday Feb. 24 Susman. "G" G (93 min.)

money order for the full cost of the ad must be NAS: "PUZZLE OF A HOSPITAL: "PUZZLE OF A
4747 San JuanAvenueJacksonville received WITH the copy for the ad. DOWNFALL CHILD" Color DOWNFALL CHILD"

FloridaEMPLOYMENT RAn minimum charg.(3I1nel) Drama, Starring Faye Dunawayand Saturday,Feb.26
Per additional line(4 words per line) $2.00.50 Barry Primus. "G" G ((94 NAS: "PINOCCHIO" Color

min.) Animated Feature, "G" E (97

...-..-.......... ---_ HOSPITAL: "ACT OF THE min.)
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T
; B tZ HEART" Color Drama, Starring HOSPITALjTAR

CASH Genevieve Bujold and Donald SPANGLED GIRL"
We buy, sell
Louise and T.trade Bailey equities. MOBILE HOMESVA Sutherland., "GP" E ((103 min.)

771.360S Friday. Feb.25
Broker The movie schedule
for
next
NAVY WIVESPut NAS: "STAR SPANGLED
your skills to work.. Interesting FINANCINGNo GIRL" Color Drama week was unavailable as the Jax
assignments for keypunches, typist, WE BUY SELL EQUITIES money down. on New Star Mobile} Comedy Air News went to press.
secretary, dictaphone operator, Call us for quick service. Home. Ask for Ted or Bob.B Starring Sandy Duncan and Todd

clerks, bookkeepers.HIGH Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. & J Mobile Homes
PAY NO FEE 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. 3738 Philips Hwy.
CALL NORRELL 771.3052 737.3864 398.8926
UpdatingManagement
396.5371 '
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA MOBILE HOME FOR SALE
BE YOUR OWN BOSS Offers best climate In the state. 15x40' Budger. Take over pmts. of
Gross 51,000.$30,000. National Historic old ranch developed Into 2. $82.58. Call 2646739.
Company headquarters In Jackson. acre homesltes near Prescott a
ville has open, several choice National Forest. Two acres: $1995 -
"
locations throughout the country. ThisIs low terms. For full details write Mrs.
not a business that Might, Maybe or A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 TRANSPORTATIONUSED '
Could work. We are successful I $1,000- North 7th St., Phoenix 85006.
$20,000 establishes your growing
lifetime business. No experience NEWHOMES VOLKSWAGENS -
needed. We train In Jacksonville. 3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Bullfln Range, 100 PERCENT GUARANTEED. : MethodsI
Inquire today while territories are Cent. Heat, Prices from $11900 up. USED DOMESTICS
open. Call Mr. Parrish, 733-8211. FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy 100 PERCENT GUARANTEED

Edw. 0. Lyon Broker, 384.5354. Financing and full coverage, Insurance Editorial by COL. L. COOCH, USAF ,,, r
PART TIME FLOOR WAXERS also available.
WANTED WE REPRESENT MANYof JOHN JENKINS USMC Ret. Periodic self analysis by all supervisors is mandatory Ifve
,
Approx. 5 hrs. per night, Monday thru the Navy Personnel Interested In Office 725 0911 Res 264.4214 expect to accomplish our mission through the proper ,managementof
Thursday Apprentice.$1.75, Experienced purchase of land for future use or
.$2.00. Call 396 4022. profit. Also homes of value, FHA or people. Try the following rules on yourself, as a supervisor,
VA financed, In all sections of city. 135 71.21 HP. FT. ORLANDO CLIPPER honestly and take a long, hard look at the results:
Mercury engine, 1971 Trailer
Navy Please Retired contact .Tom Brooker, US electric winch, Includes refrlg, Make people on your staff want to do things. .

MISCELLANEOUSARECORDEDMESSAGEBYA protected. your Interested sink, marine toilet, indoor:outdoor Study subordinates and determine what makes them tick.
carpet. sleeps 4, $4000. 26 .4U5.
WYNNE REALTYOF FLORIDA, Be a good listener
INC.
Realtors BMW 2002 71 Criticize or reprove constructively.

LEADING ANNOUNCERTells 389-SJ14 771.2082 Immaculate throughout, Low Criticize or reprove in private.
mileage. call 3881194.
you how you may become a .
Give praise in public. *,< ', '
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HIDDEN WATERS
DISC JOCKEY ,1 ;:
1971 FORD PINTO ,"i,
Call 1355-2944 any hour Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots Be considerate. I' "*;%
Exc.Shape,31 MPG guar., $200. worthof f" ,>, :;i,
VA APPROVEDFor available. Excellent fishing, boating, tires.$ 771-3211 Ext. 408 409 or Delegate responsibility for details to subordinates. ;',
swimming. Mobile Home ,
Veterans and servicemen area. High 772.0510 aft. 6. '
wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E. Give credit where it is due. {\\

GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. Lake Asbury on No. 209, LaRue. 725- 1948 CORVETTE CONV. Avoid domination or"forcefulness." \'o\1\ v:
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. 3992.
)1'
Pick up & Delivery Available. __ PS, PB, PW, AC., AM.FM, Tape, '327' Show interest in and appreciation of others. ',?'. ,,
300HP call 398 7883 aft. 6. '
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. FHA-2J5r YES Make your wishes known by suggestions or requests. .. '
Mastercharge & BankAmerJcard 2 Lg. BR. Big den, central heating &
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 air. Separate workshop 387-1213 BUICK LeSABRA CONV. When you make a request or suggestion, be sure to tell the
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. Richard L. VanSandt Realtor reason for it.Want.
AT, AC, PB, PS, Al cond., Bank
finan avail., $1 7S.791.5599or 772-1728
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO HOME WITH INCOME aft. 6.
Consoles, some with AM.FM, tape Lovely home w.Gar. Apt., W.W '
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate carpet In Lakeshore, 2 blks. from 1971 FORDTORINOS.W.AC Ads Sell!
stock. Full Phone 771 0409.
warranty
Blanding & San Juan. $11,200. total PS, PB, Radio, 15,000 miles. $3300.
price. Exec. condo call 2644687.
SEWING MACHINES Louise T. Bailey
I have four 1971 Golden Sew Singer Broker 771-3605
Zlg.Zags. Used for display In model
domes. Will sell for a fraction of their FLY TO BAHAMAS 1972 CHEV. CAMERO
cost. $65 cash or $8 per month. Free SPECIAL OVERNIGHT TRIP$75 '307' V8, 3,500 miles. Call 3886749 "
home trial. Call Display Manager 737- Option plan, Includes Air trans., after 5 p.m. lEAS:' RIDER."': S'PEClA.L"
6502 nlte or day. Hotel, Food, Night Club tickets & ,
Guided tour for Investment.

LIVE CRABS LEAVES JACKSONVILLE9AM

Wilford's Fish Camp .March 1 .1
Make Reservations fowl Limited r
264 9707 .
space available. Mrs. Bell 264.2488 ..;1I,

INCOME TAX
Call 771-2634 for appointment. NORTH JAX BEACH
Military Tax Service. 3731 Rendale Redec. 3BR, W.W carpet throughout.Large .
Dr. landscaped lot, entrance from 2
streets. Only 35 min from NAS Jax
NOTICE and near Mayport. 6 blocks from the
Mending, sewing and alterations ocean and 2Vj blocks from big Shop.
done. 384S177. ping center. $15,500. Pay equity and
assume $102. mo. pmts.
LAWN MOWING & EDGINGcall Virginia E. Bell
Hart Realtor 264.2488
771.3211 Ext. 8340TYLER'SHEATING3 -- -- _- .- __I
I

AIR COND. RENTALSBEING :
Central and Wall Furnaces. Space I
--
Heaters. Clean t repaired. Lake -
Shore 4711|| Palmer 388.5161 TRANSFERRED for A totf*cf pjos lit QAYDAY P

OUTBOARD MOTOR Let a retired Navy man who understands
35 HP Long Shaft Mercury Controls & YOUR problems managethe ',. ,"jfI.' 71 HONDA 350
6 gal. tank. 1250. 771-4785 rental of your house until you : >
return to Jax.Bartieson ONLY 4,020 MILES, Mint Condition, Extras include: High
BEAGLE PUPS FOR SALE O'Neill & Payne, Inc. Handle Bars, Matching Helment, Straight Crome Pipes, Crash
All males Exec. stock, $35. call 771- 1147 So. Edgewood Ave. : Bars, Tires, like New._ Ride, away for only
3211, Ext. 8340. Mr. Hart. 388,9311ORANGE

GOLF CLUBS PARK g JJu'h'

Professional I, 9 Irons, 4 Woods and 2 BR., Apts. furn or unfurn. Dish. "
bag. Call 786.5167 washer, Drapes. Carpets', Elizabeth $600
.
AotS. 771-1405 or 771 3355.
SWAP WANTEDAT2 '\\ ,
"\\Wr.. .
on Sea duty, 'VA.215, NAS ROOM BOARD ""\" '" .Q
Lemoore Calif., EAOS Aug. 75, wants Reasonable rates. Lake Shore area. \;\\:': l ag ,
Sea duty at NAS Cecil Field. ContactT. 4823 Wheeler Ave., 384.7473. :
Barker, VA215, NAS Lemoore, _"' ""' "' I II I
Calif., 93245.:
_' APARTMENTSAir 5821 San Juan at Niblick
WILMAR WESTSIDE
T, REAL'ESTATE: Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living Phone 384-4406
e room, Kitchen, Bftstnook, parking
space for 2 cars, water, sewage, c@:2.?
3 NEW BIG HOMES ,service. Furnished .
garbage, lawn VOLKSWAGEN INC.
BEDROOMS
Immediate Occupancy $120. Unfurnished$100! plus 4 percent 1,2 ant) 3
Varing, 3.. Br., 2-2V b., all w-central sales tax. 387.2541 weekends, 389- GARDEN TYPE APARTMENTS ,
heating and AC. Deluxe kitchens 0744 INDIVIDUAL AIR CON p LANE AVEL\ f ifONE ttUs
carpeted. Some with lreplaces..AII DITIONING AND HEATING P

In lovely South Wood, lust across the Unf.FOR house.RENT Kit. equip., DRAPES FURNISHED OP NDAl *TOIit3O.SAT11RDAYTn3L. : ,
BR,
bridge In Mandarln.$36000.$39000. 3 fenced yard. WALL TO WALL CARPETING
carpet
As little is 10 percent down. Screened porch SWIMMiNGPooLS
W.also build t.order.L. $140. mo. Bailey LARGE
Louisa T.
.Wilier, Btnlamln, Inc. 171-3605
Broker
Realtors 3O-55M

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Thirty-one years of experience
retired when Mr. Emmett 0.
Elder retired from the Public
fiBM
Works Dept.
This is not the first tour at NAS
Cecil Field. Mr. Elder spent
thirteen years here from 1950
until 1963 Prior to his first tour

here, he spent five years at NAS
Green Cove Springs, and five
9 years at Camp Blandlng. After
his first tour at Cecil Field he

I G spent three years in "Castro"
land. Harry E. Seymour

Mr. Elder says that from hereon
i
he will spend as much time :
with a wet fishing hook as


possible.Capt.J.W. Shute had the honorof = ____

Mr, Emmett 0. Elder presenting awards to some of
the men.
First to receive his award was

4 Rushie Dixon, HTC, which wasa WI
f Navy Commendation Medal for

his service in Viet Nam as a
military advisor to Vietnam
jJ personnel at the Naval Shipyardfrom

July, 1970 until June, 1971.
Next the Navy Achievement
AL Medal was presented Harry E,
Seymour, BM2, for spending 72 Chief T.L Panpbum

hours riding a Capt. Gig during
high seas.
L
Chief T.L. Pangburn receivedthe .
Navy Achievement medal
k with the Combat V for service to
I civilian casualties in Viet Nam.

And then there was a Navy r
Commendation Medal presentedto

CW02 Anderson,R.K. by Cdr.
HTC Rushle L Dixon Gillcrest. \ ,
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Shocking WallpaperShiny

WITH SHAMPOO AND SET -
,'Z? '- aluminized wallpaperhas cautions that these areas are the
Every Tuesday and Wednesday been found to be a conductor most dangerous places to have it
/ of the Un- Installed.
ALSO SPECIALIZING IN electricity, reports
derwriters' Laboratories.
PERMANENT WAVING,TINTING, BLEACHING, FROSTING AND HAIR SHAPING 7 '
YEARS 24 WEEKS'
SCIENTIFIC HAIR ANALYSIS FOR PROBLEM HAIR, ALL SERVICES CAREFULLY SUPERVISEDBY "Such a material, particularly SINCE FIRST .'
'OUR PROFESSIONAL TEACHING STAFF. ALLWORK DONE BY STUDENTS, AT MODEST PRICES in a bathroom, could present a POW CAPTURED
rather grave hazard if it were the

.,\_. ,: ENROLL.NOW.. ... means of conveying an electrical Write: Officeof
potential (from uninsulated
FOR A CAREER BEAUTY CULTURE electrical wiring) to the outside Democratic the President Republic

New Classes Beginning Every Tuesday. New Tuition Plan lets You ,',, surface of a wall where it couldbe Vietnam,Hanoi,Viet Nam
QsS Learn Now and Pay Later. No Money Down. contacted by a person standing
in the bathtub or touching
CO ,tytdC St

s a.. '' 0TZveaufai (wfeaeT : the plumbing fixtures," com- Hunt and Fish every WeekendCAMPSITES
ments a UL electrical engineer.The .

.lephor.-3564589-3SS-331i S20& PEARL,STREET JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32208, ". intended wallpaper for use where is obviously moisture RlRSLW

THE ONLY BEAUTY SCHOOL IN NORTHERN FLORIDA ACCREDITED BY THEU might be with
a problem ordinary
S.COMMISIONER OF EDUCATION THROUGH THE COSMETOLOGY ACCREDITING COMMISSION 1 ...
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paper-base wallpaper, but 'UL A Sportsman's
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100 % REIMBURSED BY GOVERNMENT .. %f"lhlJEnjoy, National Forest

; SgK ?Mr UJ ggSgSO S M -- .... 'I in Florida great Ocala National
Prepare yourself for civilian life or advance yourslef\ in the.Service!,, So long as Purest.Pitch u I tent, park a camperor

there are computers (and they will be with us for a long, long 'tIme), COMPUTER :- V .. dant build with a fighting liKlge, The Black l lake's Bass abun. and-

PROGRAMMERS will be in demand f, ; there is an abundance of
great, and will command, high ... .. virtually
every kind of in the Forest
salaries. Learn COMPUTER PROGRAMMING the'simple,:easy way through J .. .; game l.
: : r ... \ :;, In'clt'now in your Sportsman's
CCT's Instant Learning Method in your spare time on a self-study basis. You do ; .. ; > >' 9 Paradise while the price is so low.
;
not need any special education or math background t" Wool road frontage for as little ash95
$ total cash price.Liberal terms

Call your instructor collect when you need ............!............Rill .it .. available.Send in today for the free

personal assistance. At your option, you COMPUTER COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY : colorful(Purest Luke br\chu Campsite-and l now resenv" >x>ur

may also attend resident school in Miami 8 100-71 Street,Miami Beach, Fla.33111. 8
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Beach, Florida. CCT will assist you in -_ RushmeyourFREEB00KLETanCcompletelnformatlononobtaining Florid Atlantic Development Corp I I
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING. No obligation. Registered, Real.(stall Broker
employment through its FREE .
: 209 South Hahfai Avenue. j
NATIONWIDE_ PLACEMENT SERVICE. : Name : Age : 8 Daytona Beach,Florida 32018 t
Telephone 904n5 0486(Collect.) .

VA TRAINING. APPROVED. FOR = Address ," : f Rush forest me Lake complete Campsites facts on .. ... t
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VETERANS AND ACTIVE ; zip! ', _8 Name .'

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MILITARY PERSONNEL Address
4
.J I Occupation' .". Phone ,(Area) '.8 1City.. .,!>, i'n ,"t ., .V.,.
!:. Without write 8 I .: .
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V. V D VETERAN D ON ACTIVE DUTY I ,'I.., .:"
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w UniformsOn

,
Ya I'
S1 ,# ,,-x' J SaleJax


F The Navy
Exchange Uniform

Shop, Bldg. 3, has
announced that they

now have a limited
''1."
supply of Marine

# officer and enlisted

dinner dress blue

mess jackets.

h.., k ATop They also have a
m m KMG* -. :
new supply of dress

I Sailor Civilian Employee green permanentpress
trousers in

most normal sizes.


VA Sets New Age Limit cl!, ett.. 'f'

rn

...LCD For Educational AssistanceJax



1
-The maximum age limit college-level courses may be specialized training.
for children of veterans entitledto taken only in schools which offer Specific information on
irs VA educational financial specialized training that will fit a eligibility, how to apply,
assistance has been raised from student for a vocational goal.A specialized training, schools,
23 to 26.Sons person entitled to assistance educational costs and related
The amount taxpayers can and daughters of veterans under this program who is matters may be obtained from
who died or were permanentlyand VA office. CMf TT W4/r TA M t4IMS t
deduct for State sales tax on handicapped by a physical or ,any
Federal tax returns appears in totally disabled as a result ofa mental disability may receiveAdvancements
tables, printed in the 1040 tax service connected injury or We Offer the Largest Selection of
instructions. The tables ,show illness are eligible for this help

the, sales tax deduction by fam- under Educational the War Assistance Orphans 24' WIDE Mobile Homes in N. Florida!
ily size and income.
Program. We also represent 27 Manufactuers of 12'wide .
models.W
The table is based on con- (Cont. from Pg. 1))
sumer spending patterns and Such children may receive Trade for A n>,thing
shows the average sales tax grants from the VA up to $130 a From Bi/JieGoafv/ Most All Models and
paid. month for 36 months of approved And: AT2 William! Peeples, to Battleships! Floor Plans IN STOCK""

The sales tax on automobiles, full-time college or vocational AK2 Ernest Rodgers, A01 Jerald See US TODAY
boats, trailers, and airplanes is training. Lesser grants are paid Rooks, A02 Stephen Scarbrough i For complete selection!
not included in the tablc tax-, for three-quarters or half-time ADJ3 Jerry Shattuck, ADR3Thomas
payers who bought these itemsin taining. Sunealitis, AK2 Vyvyan VA Bank Savings and Loan
1971 may add deductible sales While an 18 to 26 age limit Sweeting,CYN3 Pam Uhl, AMH3 o Long Term
taxes paid on them to the generally applies, a person may Dan Ulman, ADRC James 2.: lip/ Financing
amount shown in the table.: begin school before age 18, and in Vernetti, AME1 Jimmie Watts, IJ i

The table is furnished as a certain. instances, after age 26. AMH3 Freddie Wheeler, ADRC .\
guide for the convenience of Marriage is not a bar to this Wesley Wightman, YN3 Marsha SPECIAL DISCOUNTS
taxpayers who do not keep detailed benefit. Williams, ADR2 Randolph "to MILITARY and CIVIL SERVICE Personnel
records of payments.Tax Generally, benefits under this Windlow.
payers who prefer to deduct the program are for students James Heffner will be ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES
actual amount of state sales enrolling in colleges, universitiesand promoted to ARCS May 1 and
James Worrell BACK AT 6263 ROOSEVELT. BLVD:. OUR ORIGINAL LOCATION
to
taxes paid during the year technical schools. Below ACCS June 1.
should'have records as proof of

payment ...dANN'UAl

Many *taxpayer* errors* par- :
MEETING
ticularly those that delay re- Membership :;

funds, can be eliminated by ,
.
using the pre-addressed label on : '
the tax package received in the
mail. Peel the label from the
tax package and,place it on your
Form 1040.Income'tax. Tomorrow FebruaryHotelRobertMeyer 25
returns with labels ,
can be quickly identified and
processed since they contain + "

tion.necessary identifying informa : :

If your name or address has
changed, make the necessary
corrections the label and .. '
on ,
,
0:: :' (I \
lightly strike through the wrong ':.A
pre-printed, information. If you DINNER BEGINS AT 6 PM FOR THOSE WHO HAVEl
have a refund due, this will help In f .
insure delivery ,of the check to :
.
the correct""address.Taxpayers.lhould. DINNER TICKETS, : ,,

that their correct also be social certain BUSINESS MEETING 'BEGINS' AT 8' 'PM." (Open" to.all!1 ,.members i! )

security number is entered on ,, .. ,:'
the label before they file theirreturn. ..
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ELECTION OF OFFICIAls. ,,\
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Before sending in your 1971 DANCE FOLLOWING MEETING ;
Federal income tax return, *. ; .. "
check It over to see if you've left
anything out. y Mwt/
Taxpayers who do this ,often / FEDERAL ,
catch income or'deductions they
have omitted or'.error in arithmetic PLAN NOW TO ATTEND/// yvx* n**+*+J'm*

Other,' things to check are 4Wt
Tda
whether the pre-addressed labelis a ..
attached to the return, all ROOSEVELT MALL .'
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,PAGkE 16 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER _. __ .. _. ...FEBRUARY. 24, 1972
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!I Supply Corps Celebrates 177th. AnniversaryJax I


In 177 years of commander of Naval years have seen the Corps officer is one of a team of necessity of possessingtools
"Service to the Fleet" the Supply Systems Command take the lead in adapting 5400 specialists with a wholly fit for the

Navy Supply Corps has since Jure 1971, will be the computers and advanced wealth of training, experience work 'which warships are
come a long way from guest speaker.In business management and expertise in called upon to do."
supplying cannon balls for the past 177 years, the techniques to military, financial management, With the motto of
wooden frigates to Supply Corps has support problems. inventory control, data "Ready for Sea," the

provisioning today's pioneered techniqueswhich Today, inventory control processing, resale system United States Navy Supply
modern nuclearpoweredvessels. have allowed our points, stock points ashoreRAdm. management, procure- Corps, a vital force in the

Navy to sustain operationsever ment, transportation, management of a world-
This week, the Corps since the beginning of petroleum management or girdling logistics network

celebrates another' an- the 19th century. It has zt in any of the several other supporting our fighting
niversary in its long insured that our naval business managementareas fleets, looks forward to

history as the Navy's presence can be felt that spell out many more years of
"Business Managers" a whenever and wherever it "Service to the Fleet." dedicated service to the

history that dates back to may be needed. Most Corps officers are Navy and the nation.
February 23, 1795 .in the One of the earliest of all
college graduates, are
early years of' our these innovations was the i iiM graduates of the Navy

democracy when first resupply of a Navy. !' Supply Corps School at TrafficViolations

Congress created the vessel at sea during the Y'i Athens, Ga., and more
original post of Purveyor Blockade of Tripoli in 1804. .A than 20 percent of the
of Public Supplies, with Fresh provisions for the Corps hold advanced

Tench Francis as the blockading squadron were degrees as well.
prototype of today's transportated by the ketch
Supply officer. Intrepid. This was the The Supply Corps officer Jax-The following is a reportof
motor vehicles accidents and
forerunner of may be stationed
Supply Corps officers today'ssophisticated
traffic violations for the period of
here who serve at Com- at-sea anywhere in the world, for February 7.13.Number.
missaries, Exchanges and replenishment operations there is hardly a commandof

Supply Departments in the which sustain our nation's Crosby consequence where his of Accidents
area, will celebrate their warships. and ships at sea are linked knowledge is not needed This period 10
birthday Saturday at the Sine? that time, the together by a computer from the Antarctic Sup- This period a year ago 7
Total accidents this 47
Candlelight Restaurant.A Supply Corps has played a network, providing an port Forces to the Pacific Total accidents through year this
cocktail and dinner leading role in establishingthe integrated supply systemto Missile Range. Heavily period last year 36
party is planned, begin- general stores and meet the demands of involved in broad Total number of day since last
ning at 6:30 p.m., to which central messing systems, supporting the logistical planning, he injury in a motor vehicle accident -
all area active duty, in modernizing the Navy'saccounting sophisticated weapons serves on Joint Staffs, at 233
Number of days since
an injury
the office of the Chief of
retired and reserve supply methods and systems employed by our last year at this time 149
officers are invited. operations, and publishingthe naval forces. Naval Operations, the
RAdm. Philip CrosbySC first standard stock During and after World office of Chief of Naval Number of Violations
This period 71
( USN), the vice catalogs. The past 15 War II, the Navy Supply Material and in all major Speeding 19
Corps felt the impact of fleet commands. Reckless driving 2
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newly developed elec- Navy Supply Corps Going through stop sign 9Other

FRIENDS OF tronic equipment, highly officers command'I large Violations 41

advanced ships and jet and small shore in- Thirty-four drivers appeared
WAYNE A. SHRUM Q#' aircraft. The Supply stallations in the United before the Traffic Hearing Boardon

Are invited to visit and supporthim Corps has kept pace with States and overseas February 17.Disposition of the

at his civilian duty station ,N 4 the tremendous from inventory control cases Twenty-two included lost the following driving :and
technological develop- points and supply centersto
parking privileges aboard the
BLANDING AGENCY, Inc. ments in science, industryand small finance offices station for various periods; four

5102. Blanding Boulevard management. New and commissary stores. were assigned to complete: an
Phone771.9511 specialist demands have Regardless of where he eight-hour course in remedial.
broadened the horizon of driving; four received suspen-
REAL ESTATE SALES serves, the Supply Corps sions six '
; were given warnings;
AND PURCHASES supply operations and put Officer's basic respon- four were dismissed; thirteen
new emphasis on ex- sibility is to ensure the were fined (U.S.Magistrate);;,
perience and knowledge of logistical support of the and five were referred to com
the diverse functions of the operating forces to meet manding officers for possible
disciplinary action.
'Jt4I't"i Corps. what Adm. Alfred Mahan drivers
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Jax Mama Mia! That's-a-
some Family Night special at the
station's Galley One March 1.
Enlistees are invited to bring
their families or guests for an
Italian meal that night. Dinner
will be served from 4-6:30: p.m.
But, hurry and make reser-
vations for your guests no later
than February 28 at Ext. 3302 or

3257.The.cost Is 50 cents for enlisteeson Money Handling Tips Avoid Disaster

ComRats, 60 cents for guests -
12 years or older and 30 cents for Most people bring financial difficulties on themselves through off your credit in as few monthly payments as you can becauseeven
children under 12.Menu. simple money mismanagement that could be avoided by prac- though the payments may be higher for a shorter period,
ticing a few easy rules. the total dollar cost of the credit will be lower.

You can avoid the problems of overextending yourself financially Don't borrow for small amounts if you can avoid it.
by observing common-sense guidelines. Your "bill of Frequently the lower the dollar amount of credit, the higherthe
Minestrone Soup credit health" may' take a quick turn for the better in the annual percentage rate of interest. jr_
Spaghetti a la Italiano or process. Do be sure you read and understand the contract. Be sure
Baked Lasagna Napoli it tells exactly what are buying the price interest
Do you you ; ;
cash whenever eliminatethe
Pizza Pie Roma pay possible. By doing so you
and service charges in dollars and annual percentage rate;
payment of interest loan and the time
at
earn
Anti Pasto on a same
dividends total amount due and amount of the down payment; numberof
on the for future
Parmesan Cheese money you save purchases. payments, amount of each payment and due dates, and
Garlic Bread S Don't buy or borrow impulsively or regard credit as an trade-in allowance, if any.Don't .
Buttered Brussels Sprouts alternative to saving (credit actually makes saving more neces- sign any contract or credit agreement unless all
Buttered Mixed Vegetables sary because it is a mortgage on future income). blank spaces on the form are filled in.

Italian Salad Do borrow or buy on credit when you can do so without e Don't pay more for credit than you need to. Comparethe
Salad overextending yourself and when it is to your benefit to take interest charged by retail stores and credit card plans,
Dessert advantage of bargain prices, to fill an immediate need for banks, small loan companies, credit unions, and the like. You
'* '* ft an item, or to avoid dipping into emergency savings. will probably find that your credit union comes out with the

Veterans with an other than Don't borrow money or buy on credit without checking lowest interest rate.
honorable discharge because of what the credit will cost. Know the cost in terms of dollars The Navy Federal Credit Union has prepared two free book-
use or possession of drugs for and cents, annual percentage rate and time earned. Service lets to aid service members in better understanding credit rates
charges on a revolving charge account, stated as only 1% per
personal use may get forms and budgeting your income-"The Truth about Credit Rates"and
from VA to request military review cent per month, equal" 18 per cent or more per year. Credit is "How to Buy What You Really Want through Dollar Disci-
of their discharges, the not always "easy. pline." They are available by writing NFCU, Washington, D.C.
agency announced recently. Do make as large a down payment as possible. Try to pay 20360.PABK.


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I It's Strictly Scuttlebutt .

Tower Tale Qign[ you/t/ xame( .

This was said to have happenedat seaman was busy spell-binding a Somehow the talk drifted to, '
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the Naval Air Station here group of shipmates with the WAVES. The girls wanted to .and WATCH WHAT HAPPENS!
many years ago when English stories and opportunities of that know just what the bluejackets
pilots were training: One pilot part of his I Mme state "All west thought of women entering a ..
was circling the field for a placeto Texas needs to become the service which Is traditionally a
land and his transmitter went garden spot of the world is good male organization.The
out people and water," he enthused. idea was alright as long as \ P h
The tower told J him, "If you can "Yeah,"piped a voice from the women were needed, one of the
hear me, wobble your wings." rear, "that's all Hell needs, too." sailors said, but most of them .i
After a while his transmitter Are All Waves Ugly weren't exactly beauty prize
started working and he called the A couple of sailors were winners. His buddies agreed with
tower and said, "I say, old walking along the beach one J him enthusiastically and said
Chappy, if you can hear me, afternoon looking for feminine they also preferred civilian girls
wobble the tower a bit" companionship. They found like the swim-suited trio.
Garden State? three girls in bathing suits and The girls listened patiently.
A west Texas apprentice started a conversation. When the sailors suggested a
date, one of them returned, "I
don't think you'd want a date withus.
a very special living environmentwoodlake ."
"Sure we would," the boys saidin
unison. "You're just what
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The girls smiled at each other
Luxury t i. 2 and Bedroom Apartments and without another word put
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sailors watched them openmouthed -
CARPETING ENVIRONMENTAL DRAPERIES LANDSCAPING and, blushing furiously,
DISHWASHER DISPOSAL walked away.
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MARINE BARRACKS. 6 4 \AIR OPS 5 3 SANDBAGGERS 40 52
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MATSG 4 7 FICEUR .3 6 TIlE METS 38V4 53V4
FAW-11 3 8 COMFAIRJAX 3 7 7-GUNS 33Vi 58V4
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John Young, Administrative officer at the Hospital, in ceremonies
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lax Sports BriefsCOMFAIRJAX Jax VP-5 remained the only McGee had 19 and Judice 18 for Communications,which was won'
unbeaten team in Intramural VP49.In by the Marines 82-48, Austin of
Basketball play last week as they the National League VP-16 the Marines and Schindel of
.'r".',:.1.1"1".1".'l""l"'i'.",".'".' .1'.' .ft". ,".1"'I'1"1"'V scored victories over Hospitaland posted a 2-0 record for the week Communications had quite a
VW-4. with easy wins over FAW-11 and Shootout in the second half.
BASKETBALL JAX NAVY GOLF TEAM Anderson led the VP-5 team to Communications. VP-16 didn't Austin scored 20 in the second
TOURNEYJax Jax The JAX Navy Golf a 63.52 victory over Hospital with hold back anything in either half to finish with 34 and Schindel
The ComFairJax Team will play the Lake City .>.9 points and added 24 points in scored 19 to finish with 25. Bryant
Community College Golf Team at game as theyromped by FAW-11
Basketball tournament got their 66-60 win over VW-4. Heath backed up Austin's performancewith
1 p.m. today at the NAS Golf had 17 for VW-4, all of which 71-31 and Communications 93-49, 24.Earlier.
underway this week with eight Course.CASA came in the second half. Andrerson led VP-16 in the FA W-
teams vying for the chance to LINDA LAKE VW-4 had posted a 56-53 win 11 game with 18 points awhile in the week the Marinesfell
represent ComFairJax in Jax personnel fishing in over NDRC earlier in the week as Price and Heplak had 19 points to Medical 75-63. Johnson had
the CINCLANTFLT Tournament Casa Linda Lake, adjacent to the :death had 20 points for the each in the Communications 23 and Douglas 20 for the winners
to be held in Charleston, S. C. Golf Course, are advised that the winners while the Hospital fell game. Schindel and Gradey while Austin was held to 18
March 6-10. The schedule for use of live fish for bait is victim to VP-49, 86-56 for their scored all but 11 of Communications points. .
tournament games is as follows: prohibited second loss of the week. VP-49 points with 20 and 18 In the only other games
today and Friday games will be INVITATIONAL MILITARY only led by nine points at the half respectively. scheduled last week, MARTD led
played at 12:30: and 2:30: Mondayat GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP but Martin who finished with 27 FAW-11 also played NarJax the Bees 30-29 at the half but the
10:30: 12:30: and 2:30: and on Jax- Final round action in the and Dulin who had 19 both had hot last week and the result was a 49- Bees came back for a 59-52 win
Tuesday through Friday of next NAS Jax station Military Golf hands for VP-49 in the second 43 win for FAW11They had and MATSG forfeited to NATTC.
week games will be played at competition was, quite a scare in the last quarter of
2:00.: All games will be played at Championship concluded last week. Suc- half.Air Ops started off the week this game when they managed
the NAS Gym in Bldg. 3. cessfully defending his title, escaping with a 66-65 win over the only five points the entire quarter I Volleyball Standings I IW
Teams participating are VW-4, HMCM W. Kelczewski of the Administration team after while NarJax was scoring 12.
VP-49, VA-174, VA-81, USS Naval Hospital defeated DK2 N. holding a 19 point lead at half- Thomas scored eight of NarJax'slast ; L
.... Saratoga,VP-5, VP-16 and VA-86. Sects, NFO, one up in the time. Williams of Air Ops was 12 points and finished with NARJAX 18 .1
SOUTHEAST MILITARY Championship Flight. Quarter- high point man In the game with 13. Cook of FAW-11 led all FICEUR 15 8
GOLF TOURNEY finalists were LCdr.J.Mullencop 20 points while Warner had 19 and scorers with 26. NarJax fell just MARTD 14 6
Jax Qualifying for the Jax and ATR2 C. B. White.In the first McGee 15 for the winners. short again last week in their MATSG 14 6
Navy GOLF Team to participatein flight bracket ADRC G. Goet- Air Ops then tightened up the game with MATSG, falling by a A-C MAINT. 10 ;9
the 10th Annual Southeast tlicher, of AOMD defeated AMSC race for second place in the score of 40-38 FAETU 5 15
Military Invitational Golf 0. E. Meyers of AMD two( up to American League when they In last week's game betweenthe MARINE BARRACKS 4 14
Tournament, 8-10 March, will be capture that flight scored a 72-66 win over VP-49. Marine Barracks and 679th 0 19., t t'i
held on Saturday and Sunday, 26 '
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and 27 February. Active duty
personnel attached to units or C

activities aboard NAS Jax,. -. :, ,f!.
of six or less
having a handicap I
are invited to try out for this '::era::::: :.
team. Assurance of availabilityto ,. '
play in the tournament is also .!.
desired. Sign up with the "Pro"at
the Golf Course Club House
TRACK AND FIELD
Jax Due to the
ComFairJax Basketball Tour-
mament, the organizational
meeting for Intramural Track
and Field will be postponed until
9:30: a.m. March 1 at the athletic NUYNOWfl
office in Bldg. 3. All units and
commands interested in participating
in the Track and Field
Program are asked to send a
representative to the meeting.

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13-year-old Patti
Milewski swam to victories in
four senior girls events at the g Ii h
third Winter Development Meetat -
the NAS Indoor Pool.
Patti did the 200 meter in lucktl Malt,.....dire broktl,tnt.\\t.h.ol.r, STOCK *!41tlrrr. I I
DPI vinyl. tnlcrwi,,Kt deoi guard.and full Iw,
back in
2:44.2: the 200 meter .
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breast in ..
2:45.6: the 100 meter ?i"1? .h. /.d. ;
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Teammate Robin O'Leary took IMPALAS! Payments! I
first place in the 11-12 girls 200 Chevelle
meter and the 100 meter back. MALIBU SPORT 19721MPALASPT COUPE
Robin also placed third in the 100 COUPES _._._
meter breast and fly in her age ...1 !
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Judy Milewski placed third in [ .
the girls senior 100 meter breast '

stroke event and Diane Kangas 'T, r rLL
captured third place in the 200 ."':B r

meter fly. ,. _.__. I
Jim Scott took first place In the ; {
11.12 boys 100 meter back and two CONDITIONED I 1
second places in the 200 meter Alrinditin.lm; *.tI..lntlhi.IJ.{ t.d<., b
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and the 100 meter fly events. .. ''''. thwrinf; pwr. dix knliM M t-..
Brian Mason came in with a third k iIt
place finish in the senior 100i" -
meter back. Nine-year-old Mike ",\
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Scott placed second in the boys 10 t
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and under 50 meter back stroke
NOON TILL t
events. TILL 9:00 6:00OMPAN :
t'
, ; March 11 marks the last Winter I
Development meet. Following PHONE kem4e i
) this, the team will host many 389-7711 !
l visiting teams from the Florida ,
Crown and Georgia in the "Swim 4

for the Olympics". The purpose zWL7/WzL7 1 1If
.:. f :i- v of this"Swim"is to acquire funds

.I', .:)) to help our Olympic Team; to go to 1 550 CASSAT AVE. s '
, ; '1 Munich, Germany this summer 389.7711
.' and to help purchase equipment ,-" ,
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" for the Jax Navy Swim Team.
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