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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: March 9, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( 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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29 NO 49 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, MARCH 9, 1972
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Two lax Navymen Cited




4 For Aiding Fire Victims .



Jax Two Jacksonville Navymen who aided numerous casualties at the fire

which destroyed Galley Three last July 11 have received medals for their

achievement. Both were on duty during the Blue Angels Open House and Air
Show and later that evening were called to the scene of the fire.Lt. .

Harry Northup, an NAS He was cited for saving one Plunk entered the hazardousareas
Flight surgeon, received the man who callapsed near the alone on five other occasions
Navy Achievement Medal. encompasssing flames and to rescue less critically
Assisting him at the fire was HN collapsing walls between the 'injured individuals and treated at
r. Morris Plunk, who received the Galley wings. least 30 people for minor injuries
Navy Commendation Medal for before he was relieved at 11:20:
heroism. Both men work at the Without protective clothing,
NAS Dispensary Hospitalman Plunk p.m.The executive officer of the
Lt. Northup was cited for unhesitatingly entered the Marine Barracks was on the
superior achievement as the hazardous area to bring the man scene with some of his Marine
GOOD TURN KICKOFF. Capt. John R. Kincaid, NAS Jax C. 0., Medical Officer of the Day. He out according to a witness' Guards to secure the area and
receives his Good Turn bag from Tenderfoot Scouts William Perry and was assigned to the medical report. He was then assisted by witnessed both men while they
Lawrence Thompson of Troop 131. Troop 131 deposited bags to all back-up team at the air show and three other unidentified men in worked. He filed a report to
base housing and people are asked to fill them with no longer needed was called to the fire about 7 p.m. moving the man from there. Washington recommending them
clothing and small household items. The bags will be picked up by 9 There, he treated numerous He delivered the victum, who for the awards.
rf a.m. Saturday. casualties and supervised his two had suffered an apparent cardiac Capt. John Kincaid, station
assisting corpsmen. He also arrest, to Lt. Northup for commanding officer, presentedthe
directed security personnel at the treatment. medals last week.
CNO Asks For Six' scene to keep the rapidly growing
t crowd of spectators (estimated at
2,000)) from the danger area. He
remained on the scene after

Section Port Watch until additional the emergency medical help ended arrived about tZL

i 10 p.m.

Jax -Admiral Zumwalt's latest Z-Gram has HN Plunk, the duty corpsmanthat
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day, arrived at the scene tJ )
established guides for commanding officers to use when with Lt. Northup.'Hunter'Bowls.

assigning quarterdeck watch officers.The "liii' 1L'i I

CNO stated, "I desire to of the officer of the deck un-
have a six section Inport watch derway and the, quarterdeck '
rotation. I further wish that all of watch officer inport \
our officers,warrant officers and Even though the watches are 3

petty officers who are consideredto frequently difficult and tiring, I 1 ______
be qualified to be entrusted continue to believe that there is a Record 300 t ,
with the well-being of their deep sense of satisfaction in It\i\ S
shipmates and ship, have an performing this demanding and ,
to exercise their duty."
opportunity necessary
FOR SAVING LIVES
r and in this Adm. Zumwalt said the latest Lt. Harry Northup receives Achievement
manner.judgement" leadership Z-Gram was issued because "My (See Page 20)) Medal from Capt. Joseph Britten,'Medical Officer at the Dispensary,
while HN Morris Plunk is
presented the Commendation Medal from
Also, the CNO stated, "I have intent in promulgating Z-44..is Capt. John Kincaid, NAS commanding officer.
always believed that there is no being widely misinterpretted.
greater responsibility in the Accordingly, I am cancelling Z- 6.__11. 'A._! -_ ..,.,.."" '...-.. -..:. JI:!: IIIl: -t, -1J!!1;. T- l1'fW.t '..mlj..iImr.''''':"'';!_! !! _",1, -'.....
Navy than ,the responsibility for Gram 44.ZGram..
j the safety and well-being of one's 44 had also related to Navy Newsgram
ship and shipmates-the mission standing quarterdeck watches. I

Navy Returns Overdue Longevity PayJax


"The following items highlight this week in units.
Navy News: The regular Navy's last previous three-year
I.k m r enlistment program was phased out in 1966.
RaJ Longevity Pay Raises
The new programs are 'Intended to help the
Longevity pay raises held up during the wage- enlistment and to offsetthe
Navy meet its goals help
price freeze last fall will be paid retroactively.That .
Induced enlistments. See
drop in draft ( page
decision, announced March 2, affects
16 for detail.) r
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Naval personnel who would normally have PEP Expanded
r received longevity Increases In basic, specialand The Personnel Exchange Program (PEP) with w
H 'Incentive pay between Sept. I and Nov. 13 of foreign navies for both officers and enlisted Is
last year, but did not get these raises because of being' expanded in the number of countries and
J. the freeze. billets available..
J.i. t The decision is based on a recent ruling by the Countries now 'included in the program are ...
i. U.S. Comptroller General that allowed civilian Australia, Belgium; Brazil, Canada, Denmark. ':
i.t federal employees whose longevity 'Increases West Germany, Greece, France, Italy, Japan, i
were caught In the freeze to get back pay.
I IR Mexico. The Netherlands, New Zealand .nd the
t .iiI Navy personnel affected'will get their back pay United Kingdom. ;t
: In their regular pay checks as soon as local Additional Free World navies are currently ti
Disbursing Offices can complete the administrative under consideration.As .
I work involved. detailed in Z-100, the program is designed to ::.
New Enlistment ProgramsThe provide challenging foreign shore duty for junior ..
Navy has started two new enlistment officers and enlisted personnel and to promote ;.
NAVY SALUTED BY SHRINE-A delegation of Shriners from programs, featuring three-year active duty better understanding between the United States "y
Morocco Temple, Jacksonville, headed by their Potentate, Johnny obligations."*". and its allies through contact. _
Jelinek, pay a personal call on Capt. John R. Kincaid, NAS C.O. to Both programs, Seafarer and Airman, also PEP billets are determined by the size of the R
salute and thank him for the outstanding and continued support and feature the choice-of-coast option.wh'ch' foreign navies the countries' individual needs,
assistance given their Crippled Children's Committee by NAS guarantees duty with East or West Coast based and the personnel distribution situation. ra
Jacksonville. Support provided primarily included airlifting burned
children,in and out of NAS Jax for treatment at one of the Shrine's
. burns hospitals. Members of delegation included Shrine Nobles POW-MIA BraceletsOn
..,. (left to right) Roland Boardman, Potentate Jelinek, W.O. "Trigger" 'I
Thomas, Capt. Kincaid, Ben Rothschild and Chauncey Moore, VADM
USN (Ret.). Sale At Exchange March 15 ,;

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"Published! by the Holt Publishing Company which is in no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained herein are,not official expressions of the 1,

Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised." :

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11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday d. Saturday ,March 10 SaladGrilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters .
Friday 11 '.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to I a.m. Friday;: 6 p : BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange French. Fried Potatoes
11 lIa.m..l1 p.m.Frldav to midnight' Juice, Hot Buttered Cereal, Fried Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert
a.m to 2 a.m. 8. Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes w. Bar.

Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11a.m..ltp.m. Noon to Midnight Saturday 2, pm Syrup, Choice of Sausage or Luncheon Tuesday,March 14
9 a.m. to 2 a.m. Fri.Sat to midnight Meat, Baked Beans, Pastry Bar. BREAKFAST: Chilled Grapefruit
lIa.m..la.m. Monday thru Thur dm DINNER: Oyster Stew, Fried Fish Juice Hot Oatmeal, Hard Boiled
Sunday Sunday 2 Portions or Beef Panics Jardiniere, Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, French
9a.m. to Midnight 11 a.m. to Midnight to .7 pm Tossed Green Rice, Buttered Broccoli Toast Syrup, Choice of Sausage or
Spears Tartar Sauce, Buttered Corn Ham, Hashed Brown Potatoes
y Salad Bar, Blueberry Pie,, Cherry Corned Beef Hash, Hot Chocolate,
Jello. Pastry Bar.DINNER.
One SANDWICH LINE: Grilled : Onion Soup, Steamship
Way TripI Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Deviled Round of Beef, Brown Beef Gravy,
Ham, French Fried Potatoes, Potato Mashed Potatoes, Seasoned Green
Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert Bar. Beans, Tomatoes & Okra, Salad Bar,
SUPPER: Ginger Pot Roast of Coconut Cream Pie, Raisin Cookies.
EllIIlllIEE Beef, Vegetable Gravy Mashed SANDWICH LINE: Ham Salad,
Potatoes Lyonnalse Wax Beans, Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters,

:..I. \.. ; Buttered Spinach, Salad Bar, White French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips,
., Cake, Vanilla Pudding. Baked Beans, Dessert Bar.
<
1' SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy Joes on SUPPER: Simmered Corn Beef or
Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor Chill Macaroni, Boiled Potatoes,
"". Frankfurters, French Fried Buttered Carrots, Fried Cabbage,
I Potatoes Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Salad Bar, Applesauce Cake, Butterscotch
Dessert Bar. Pudding.
Saturday,March 11 SANDWICH LINE Grilled

\ .. BREAKFAST: Chilled Grapefruit Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Egg
". I'KOTKNTANT: Juice, Hot
Oatmeal,
'S" Fried Eggs to Salad Sandwich, French Fried
.
;. NAVAL All STATION Order, French Toast w-Syrup,Griddle Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans,
'. i.r 'l: Cakes, Choice of Bacon or Ham, Dessert Bar
C : Cottage Fried Potatoes, Hot
!r: SUNDAYChurch Wednesday,March IS
Chocolate,
: Pastry Bar. BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice,
School (all ages) 9: BRUNCH: at 9:30: Minestrone Hot Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to

a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine Soup, Grilled Cheeseburgers, French Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choiceof
Worship 10:30: at All Saints' Fried Potatoes, Salad Bar, Dutch Ham or Bacon, Baked Beans,
Apple Cake
Vanilla
Wafers. Southern Corn Bread, Pastry Bar.
Chapel. SUPPER: Braised Pork Chops DINNER: Tomato Rice Soup, Swiss
Youth (Jr. and .. Brown'Gravy, Steamed
Worship Sr. Rice, Applesauce Steak Tomato Sauce, Rissole
High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An Boiled Navy Beans But. Potatoes, Buttered Lima Beans
nex. Junior and senior youth tered Salad Bar Greens, Yankee Corn Bread Buttered Spinach, Salad Bar, Pumpkin ,
Devils
Food
Cake, Cherry
Pie, Iced Fruit Bars.
d Fellowship-1:30 p.m. at Bldg. 722. Jello. ,
SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on
Evening Worship-7:30 p.m. at Sunday,March 12 Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor
small Chapel. BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple Fried
Frankfurters, French
Juice, Hot Farina, Fried Eggs to ,
Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans
Tuesday Order,
French
Toast Syrup, Griddle Dessert .
Bar.SUPPER
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 Cakes, Choice of Ham
JTAX AIR NEWS p.m. or Pork : Grilled Salmon Pattiesor
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Sausage Pastry Bar.BRUNCH, Hashed. Brown" _Potatoes, Baked Veal Loaf, Tomato Gravy
Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. Baked Macaroni & Cheese, Buttered
: at 9:30: fceef,
NOOdle
Brussel Salad
Sprouts, Buttered Corn
Soup, Grilled .
Cheese
Sandwiches. Bar, Yellow Cake, Orange Pudding.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper NAY HOSPITAL Peach French Pie Fried, Potatoes l Salad' ,Bar. ,. .SANDWICH LINE: Grilled
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station. Divine Worship-io a.m. at Str SUPPER:Chocolate Cookies. Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Deviled

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Lukes. .. Gravy, Mashed Spanish Potatoes Steak, French Pan Ham, French Fried Potatoes, Potato

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Fried Cauliflower, Buttered Mixed Chips, Baked Beans Dessert 1 U Bar.
Thursday,March
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS CATHOLIC / Vegetables Cake, Salad Bar, Iced Lemon BREAKFAST Chilled Orange

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Saturday Mass-S p.m. at St. Pineapple Monday Pudding.,March ,Juice Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 BREAKFAST: Chilled 13 Tomato Order, French Toast w-Syrup.-Choice
3119. a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass Juice, Hot Hominy Grits Fried of Luncheon Meat or Ham, Creamed
Eggs
to Order Chipped Beef,Cottage Fried Potatoes
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Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and ChOice Griddle Cake Syrup, Pastry Bar,
Of
'"Everything :advertised in this publication must be made Friday-ll:30: a.m. Wednesday Minced Beef Bacon, Pastry or Luncheon Bar Meat<,<' DINNER:, Cream of Turkey Soup

available for purchase, use patronage without regard to race Mass 11:30 a.m. at the Naval 1 DINNER: Chicken Rice Soup Oven Roast Turkey Log Turkey Gravy

creed, color national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Hospital Chapel, Saturday Fried Chicken, Cream Chicken Mashed Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce Salad
Fried
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Confessions-4:15 and 5 p.m. Gravy Dressing Mashed, Buttered Potatoes, Cornbread Bar, Pecan Hominy Pie,Buttered Chocolate Peas Krlnkles.

opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print nalst Cauliflower, Spinach, Polon. SANDWICH LINE Variety Meat
NATTC Cranberry Saue.Bars Sandwich Grilled Hamburgers or
Salad
advertising from that source. Bar, Pineapple< Pie,
Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. i in Coconut Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes
Building 500. SANDWICH Potato Chips, Baked Beans Dessert
Advertisements solicited the and LINE Grilled
are by publisher queries Hamburgers or Bar.
concerning such should, be directed to: ;,to Cheese on Rye Frankfurters, French, Ham d. SUPPER: Yankee Pot Roast
Potatoes Fried Brown Baked Potato w-
Potato Gravy
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Don't' Dessert Bar.SUPPERI. Chips, Baked Beans, SourCream, Buttered Beets, Seasoned

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 ,'.Forget Franks, : Beef Pot Pie' or Boiled Spinach Bread Pudding.Salad Bar, Banana Cake

Telephone 388-2755 POW-MIA'5 Steamed Buttered sauerkraut Egg, Buttered NOOdles, SANDWICH LINE: Ham Salad,
Broccoli Spears, Salad Bar Grilled Cheeseburgers or Frankfurters
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VOL. 29 NO. 49 MARCH 9, 1972 Pie, Coconut Bars. Pineapple French Fried potatoes.
SANDWICH. LINE Potato Chips Baked Beans DessertBar.
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Let's Keep It Clean Traffic
"Straight facts"from the
Jax The following Is taken from a message from Dop. e ComFolrJaxDruAwore.e"reom"
Admiral Charles Duncan, Commander in Chief, CIN- ViolationsJax
CLANTFLT;
""..We now have a situation} widely noted by our most -The following is a reportof
senior, officials in Washington, by our own people in the motor vehicle accidents and
fleet and in the shore establishment, and by local OnDope traffic February violations 21.77.Number for the period of
communities of a gradual deterioration of base main-
tenance and base appearance. M of Accidents

"The total backlog of base maintenance requires This period 5
funding that is not likely to be forthcoming. However, This period a year ago 8

the day-to-day cleanliness of the stations can, and must, Most of the THC sold in the Jacksonville area is really. Total accidents this year 57
be improved. Total accidents through this
LSD or PCP. period last 48
"This must be done by all hands cooperating In, first, Total number year of days since last
preventing creation of unsightly conditions and second, injury in a motor vehicle accident -
pitching in to help keep our stations clean. RetirementA 3
"Unfortunately, a substantial portion of the un- Number of days since an injury
sightliness on bases is caused by litter at facilities expressly last year at this time 163

established for the convenience of our people. Whole New LifeJax Number of Violations
Dependents are frequent offenders.
"It cannot be expected that funds will permit hiring time has come; after twenty or thirty years of service in This period 38
the Navy, you have reached retirement. Now what? Speeding 10
people to tidy up the results of our own carelessness. Reckless driving 1
Each person Is .expected to prevent litter and to help Now comes the start of a whole many of them choose to start a Going through stop sign 1
new life a life that will include second career. The Navy offers
Other Violations
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correct where It has occurred, regardless of who them
caused It. many of the benefits enjoyed help through the TRAN- Twenty-nine drivers appeared
during active duty opportunities SITION and REFERRAL
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before the
Traffic Hearing Boardon
"This directive..is simply facing the fact that general
for broadening knowledge and programs. TRANSITION offers March 2. Disposition of the
tidiness and maintenance is an ALL Hands job and that experience,and above all,time to vocational training for retirees,if cases included the following:
with all hands cooperating fully, particularly by not enjoy and take advantage of all they want it. REFERRAL Seventeen lost driving and
creating messes in the first place, It will not be an excessive these benefits and opporutnities. matches the skills of retirees with parking privileges aboard the
burden on anyone.II In most cases, Navy men and openings for jobs in industry station for various periods; seven
women are eligible for There number of were assigned to complete an
are a other
I / late retirement 40's or when early they 50's.are They in have their benefits available to men and driving eight-hour; : course three in received remedial
from
New CNO FilmJax women retiring the Navy.
many years to enjoy active
They, and the benefits listed suspensions; five were given
i I living to start a second career, or: above, are designed to do the warnings; four were dismissed;
to just sit back and retire. nine
were fined (U.S.
CNO Sitrep film four, the fact that the discriminationdoes same thing: Give a retiree as
"It's Gotta Be broad a of Magistrate); and four were
One Navy" exist and "seeks to range opportunities as
arrived Tuesday, Mar. 7. Rear generate..increased sensitivityto Retired Navy personnel and possible so that he can .do referred to commanding officersfor
Admiral Lawrence R. Geis, those with whom he (the their dependents can still use whatever he wants to, whetherit possible disciplinary action.
Commander Fleet Air, Navyman) lives and works and exchanges, commissaries, open is start a second career, get a Seventeen drivers were
Jacksonville said that he hopes an awareness of him as an in- messes, installation theaters, college education,or just sit back assessed forty-three traffic
"all members of the Fleet Air, dividual. Awareness and sen- recreation facilities, and family and enjoy life. points.
Jacksonville command and Sub- sitivity are fundamental to improving service centers. They can get
area "B" will see this film as human relations and to medical care in service hospitalson
soon as possible." our goal of one Navy for all Navy a space-available basis, and FRIENDS OF
people," Zumwalt said. they are fully covered in the
Sitrep four deals with Public Affairs Officers who CHAMPUS program until they WAYNE A. SHRUM '
discrimination in the Navy. want to borrow the film for unit reach age 65.
According to Admiral Zumwalt, showings should contact the Other benefits for retired Are Invited to visit and supporthim t
"It presents no pat answers and cognizant Station PAO. At NAS personnel are available throughthe at his civilian duty station '
offers no executive solutions." Jacksonville, it is Mr. Art Veterans Administration. a
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24years old, with 4 years servicedid
his thing on the top of the ops
KENNETH POTTER ET1 building for five more years.

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ro y r ... reenlistment percentage by w
4 I ... .K reenlisting AQ2E.A.RHODES for 1 _
,f :1,.:<" five more years, giving him a
: total of nine years service. TERRANCE RUSNAK
Rhodes, apparently has the .
approval of his wife and family. r,
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Iw / as he reenlists his first man as
It the C.O. of VA-81. TERRANCE 1
RUSNAK AE2 raises his right
hand for six more years. Mrs.
E. A. RHODES AQ2 Rusnak puts her stamp of approval o

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POW MIA Bracelets AvailableIn I .

VA-105's C.O., CDR. Chase rLERVIN
administers the oath of enlist
Public. Affairs Office WAGER All
ment to an oldtimer, ERVIN
WAGER AT1, who has twelve I
Bldg. 24 NAS Cecil Field years and is increasing his
longevity to 16 years in the navy.
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Gum Diseases Can Be



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RepeatedBy
Note: The following article is one of a series being'
presented by the Jax Air News in cooperation with the Dental
Department: Robert H. McBride

The preceding articles have dealt mostly with tooth decay. The United States Ambassador

other major dental disease afflicting mankind is periodontal disease, 14 to Mexico
which is disease of the gums and supporting structures of the teeth. ,Almost a year has passed
,For many years,periodontal disease was believed to be a disease of since I issued my first mes-
adults only.Now it is recognized that adult periodontal disease has its sage on drugs. In that mes-
beginnings during childhood or adolescence.Most sage I tried to warn all U.S.
individuals are thought to have an early form of the disease by citizens of the danger of
the time they are in their mid-teens. possession or use of drugs in
Estimates are that more than 65 million adults have an advanced Mexico. In June of 1970, 187
form of the disease and that 20 million more have lost all their teeth Americans were in Mexican
because of It.Periodontal. prisons on narcotics charges.In .
disease can cause the loss of sound,decay-free teeth by July of last year the figure

damaging the bone and soft tissues that support them. SEA CADET CHANGE OF COMMAND-Lt. Robert Meyers, NSCC had risen to 234, an increaseof
about 25 cent in less
There are no early painful warnings of periodontal disease. It (left) relieves LCdr. Bruce Macrae, NSCC, as commanding officer of than per
usually appears as a reddened edge of the normally pink gums. the Franklin D. Roosevelt Squadron of the Naval Sea Cadet Corps. one year.
If the condition is not treated,it may spread to several teeth. The Despite all of the warningsand
Looking on are (left) Capt. Raymond P. Kline, USN (Retired), Sea
gums usually become puffy or swollen and tend to bleed when the teeth Cadet Committee Chairman of the Jacksonville Council of the Navy efforts by both the
United States and Mexican
are brushed. League, and John L. Briggs, Jacksonville Council president.
This early stage of periodontal disease is called gingivitie and is governments, there are still
.easily reversible. some very serious miscon-
If gingivitis is not corrected, the condition worsens. Pockets Pelicans Looking ForwardTo ceptions in the minds of
develop between the teeth and gums. Particles of food and bacteria many young American visi,
settle in the pockets, creating veritable cesspools. tors. Many think that the

Inflammation increases,,the pockets become deeper, and pus may Returning HomeJax Mexican government's narcotics laws not
concerning are
form in them.
At this stage, a person's friends may be more, aware of his enforced.strict and Others are not strongly under
disease than he is because of his unpleasant breath.It are
periodontal
The Patrol Squadron 45"Pelicans" XII was an around-the-clock anti the misconception that Mexican -
is that he will notice foul taste in his mouth.
probable, though, a submarine
warfare
are looking forwardto operation to law permits a person to
The gums are likely to become ulcerated, bleed and be quite painful.In .
their return to NAS exercise the coordinated skills of possess a few marijuana cig
the late stages of periodontal disease, the soft tissues and bone Jacksonville in mid-April. At that VP-45, VP-23 and the Sixth Fleetin arettes for personal use; this
that support the teeth are destroyed and the teeth become loose, and time, the squadron will begin a simulated war effort. also is a completely mistaken
finally must be extracted. acquiring the newer and more The squadron's Lajes detach- idea.
The causes, prevention and treatment of periodontal disease are complex P3C patrol planes to ment, while fulfilling its role as Anyone found with narco-
covered in the next two articles.Buddy replace the P3As. ASW force in the Eastern tics is subject to arrest.Those

The squadron is presently Atlantic, has flown several formally charged with pos
operating from Rota, Spain and missions from NATO bases in session of, or trafficking in
Can You Lajes, Azores as they provide northern Europe. These flights dangerous drugs will be tried,
anti-submarine warfare supportfor have given the men a chance to and such judicial proceedings
the U.S. Sixth Fleet in the work with European allies. The usually take eight months-

A Nickel ? Mediterranean.Last detachment has also covered often longer. Moreover, thereis
Spare month,the Pelicans endeda committments in the southeastern no provision for bail pend
majorexercise.National Week Atlantic. ing trial. Anyone arrested on
\ a'narcoticsharge goys rightto
Jax This incident (sworn to be true) happened one night in jail and stays there until
November 1943 after the station's theaters introduced an admission Flying CHIT: The word chit, meaninga his case has been decided.'

charge of cents..If you think you have problems now...... letter,note, voucher or receipt, Once a narcotics violator is
Home? is derived from the Hindu word arrested there is little the
chitti. The old East India Com U.S. Embassy can do other
ACT I
pany passed the term along to the than provide him with a list
about the movie and the ad- Jax Commercial
Two sailors are talking new set-up
British Army and Navy, and it of Mexican lawyers, or as-
of the nickel admission charge. airlines report an
vantages and disadvantages upsurge
was probably absorbed by the sure that counsel is providedby
First Sailor: Are you going to the movies' now that they are chargingfor In recent weeks of military U.S. Navy in Asiatic stations.BOB'S the Mexican government.
them personnel requesting
Second Sailor: I'll go if you give me the five cents. reduced standby and two- As the United States Am-
bassador to Mexico I
First Sailor: Why you..cheapskate... thirds reservation fares wholehearted, appeal
Second Sailor: What do you mean, cheap..you're the one that's a without the required DD for port your in'dealing with this sup-vicious
1580 form in their ----
five cents.
miser, refusing me a measly If
First Sailor: Why,I never heard of such a thing,to think that... possession.ADD Archery Center problem.by someone you are who approached
LI
(Slow curtain as both get hotter and hotter under the collar) 1580 is a mandatory offers to sell you narcotics,
iii ,
for
requisite military please inform the U.S. Bu-

personnel availing ALL BRANDS reau of Narcotics and Dangerous -
ACT II themselves of reduced Drugs which is also
(The two sailors are still arguing as the curtain goes up) fares for leave travel. Target& Hunting Bows located in the Embassy.

First Sailor: I never heard of such a thing in my life. (Reaches into This form must be Use our Indoor hooting lanes Remember that narcotics
presented at the time the &compare before you buy
his for coin).
pocket a sellers are often also the per
Sailor Ah Ah going to ,eh vat reduced fare ticket is
Second : ,you're pay sons who provide the authorities -
First Sailor: (Looking at coin in hand) This is the only change I purchased and personnel GREEN II WALNUT COVE STREET SPRINGSHrs with the information
must be in uniform while
got..a dime. which leads to the buyer's
:7 PM Ill it PM Closed Wed
Second Sailor: (Quicker than Flash Gordon ever dreamed of going purchasing tickets ,at the Sunday 2 PM .6 PM arrest.
anywhere, he rushes to his locker. Hurriedly he opens_it and comes airport and while
flying back. First sailor watches him perplexed). traveling.

First Sailor: Now what ., .. ., Personnel are urged to
Second Sailor: Veil,if you only got. a dime, I can change it. Here's. purchase tickets at the
two nickels. Joint Airline Ticket Office,

First Sailor: Why, you lousy... Bldg. 13, where they need t
not be in uniform to r
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(THE CURTAIN COMES DOWN WITHA, TERRIFIC BANG) purchase tickets. CHARLES

HAWK IN BERRY'

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((2 Blocks from Lane Ave. foreman and above, and graded supervisors, GS-7 and
and Interstate) above, are eligible for membership. TWO 1970 240 Z'SAir, 4 Speed, Green$3895Two
Payroll withholding for dues is now available for ;
68 VW Sedans $795
NARF employees and hopefully! will be available for
other members In the near future. The membershipdues
Three 71 Datsuns pick up Trucks. $2095,
run about 77 cents per pay day. Any government
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N eligible for membership.The 71 DatSUn Wagon Air, 4 Speed $2350 a
association's objective is, to promote the welfareof
civil service employees and better working 69 Toyota Sedan, Corona Auto Air $1695GORDON

relationship with Management, as well as support or
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t'I'Security' 1 Officer Retires -j I!

: Jax The Navy Achievement Medal for superior

performance as Security Officer here was presented to

( ; LCdr. Olaf Anderson last week upon his retirement from ReunionJax
b
I S. the Navy after 30 years. Plan for the WAVES 30th
He and his wife Betty were honored at a special I, ; \ Anniversary Convention and
meeting in Bldg.. 1, where Capt. John Kincaid, station I Reunion In Kansas City, Mo. are
( commanding officer, presented the. award.' stilt underway, and according to

: : He was officially relieved March 1 by LCdr. Charles ,. the committee. chairman, the
I : has been great.
I Taylor, formeremergencyactionsofficer U. S. Strike .. response The event ts being published

I I. Command, MacDill AFB, Fla. ... through ;Associated .Press, news

ACSC David White, A03 Edward H. Wilson, ;" media and Navy channels to pass
the word to all the girls who wantto
f NAMTD Det. 3032 who works with
::' attend the reunion, which will
assistant chief petty officer FASOTRAGRULANT Det. .. 'f': be held/rorrl August 35.

in charge, retired Jax, was advanced to his All those who have definite plans

I March 1. present rank March 1. A for attending must complete a
L_ reservation card for the Hotel
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As leading chief, his .
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Nuehlebach and send the full
collateral duties included Good Conduct Medals
awarded to 12 LCDR. OLAF AN- .. 'registration amount $30) or at
and
control were
school --
t quota (east$5,00 with your registrationcard.
; placement of students,. Hurricane Hunters last DERSON, former security :; This amount is not
adminstrative assistance, week. They are AT3 John officer, is piped ashore as [ refunded'in case you later find

supervision of the Sanders, ABH3 James he retires from a 30-year .. you cannot attend, and your
technical library and Ready, AT2 Joe Massaloneand Navy career. ; J check will be your receipt.
schedule activitieshas
I While a of
review of course AMH2 Ronald Henley
i been planned for the three-
materials. (2nd award); AT2 Larry ttW day convention,a number of post-

Nelson, AT2 Claude Law, convention trips can be arranged
AK3 Cesar Soliman, AT2 As his letter reads, he yff through a travel agency and the

Jim Hague ,and AEC performed his demanding YMCA. Trips Include sightseeing -
R. Daniel Kincaid (5th duties as Ground Order of
fries, hikes, swimming, square
award); AT2 Tom Stevens Battle Analyst in an I dancing,.trout fishing and golf at
and AT3 Dennis Bush. exemplary and highly a YMCA Park Center in the

If professional manner. Rockies.
Seven MATSG men were
The committee Is also getting
His active in
r part
March 1 to
1 promoted suitable souvenir
together some
Sergeant by Lt. Col. Lee Project Self Help to im- Items you can buy,whether or not

Blanchard, commandingofficer. prove the FICEUR you can attend the convention.This .
They are Fredrick briefing and conference Includes ceramic pieces
Peter room was also noted in his with the 30th Anniversary em
Tycz
Hughes, ,
blem. You can also order Capt.
Stephen Willet, James SSgt. Odzimowski Joy Hancock' book Lady in the
J Beck, George Early, Billy letter.Credit Navy, which gives the former

I, Skaggs and George Davy. Union OfficersJax WAVE her Navy director'career.reminiscencesof

.. Marine SSgt. Francisco Right now, get your hotel
Odzimowski of FICEURhas elected: for a two-year term on reservation in "on the double."
been awarded a Letterof Election of credit union the Board. Credit Committee Then send your registration
officials was a primary item on members elected at the same blank and check, and you're in.
I Commendation by his the agenda for the Jax Navy
time for three-year terms More information will come in
were
commanding officer for Federal Credit Union meeting.
Thomas W. Mincey NARF; and Jax Air News.
professional achievementwith Elected to serve three-year Fernie E. Selby, Ji'., also from
the Naval Warfare terms on the credit union's Boardof NARF.At .
k Division from March 1971 Directors were: Gordon L. the regular meeting of the
to February 1972.FRANK'S King,. Supply Dept., NAS Jax; Board of Directors last week, The rudder on Viking ships was
ACSC White Ernest F. Leslie, NARF, and officers of the Board of Directorswere originally placed on the right side
Capt. Richard 0-Loughlin, elected. Rod D. Pinney, and so it came to pass that side
Supply Officer, NAS Jax. Executive Assistant, NAS, Jax, came to be known as the
William M, Ross, Training was re-elected president of the "steerboard" or starboard side.
:
Specialist at NATTC, was credit union.
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Drug FilmAvailable
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( A new film-"l:59-Last Minute -
to Choose," a graphic portrayal -
) of the dangers of drug
'- -" abuse-will be available at most
W (... OAOD'l'! S I" T'L' \ military service film libraries by
the end of March.
HE S*'0 THATJur
11 ( WAS (..,; our I.lEf "4E ) Procured commercially by the
// ,11f/ll GET A.N tE' ON M'f REPORT r Office of Information for the
'! % ( C"t 1. GET TwE sr T OJ Armed Forces for use in the
j +- P.HTS" //1RM .p'/ drug abuse programs of the Military .
Services, the film portrays
real-life young people addictedto
hard drugs. The drug abusers
themselves speak about their ex.
perlen ..

Since completion of the film,
/ L t four of its "stars'1 have died of
drug overdoses, one girl is alive
FIRSTTRAINEES- Douglas Cannonl( and AN Howard Gooder but has been termed "hope-
( ) talk with station Commanding Officer, Cap!. John Kincaid, and lessly insane," and another is in
# ?& Special Services Officer, LCdr. Robert Fitzslmmons, about their Jail.The
training here at the Navy Skill Center. 28-minute color motion
picture is available for Armed
First Trainees ArriveAt Forces use only.


Navv Skill CenterJax SurplusAuction

t'v cher "
-The first two trainees for opportunity for 60 days of
the station's new Navy Skill vocational counseling,
Center have arrived here for on- educational assistance and
the-job training in accounting at training to prepare themselvesfor Jax The NAS Jax
Special Services. a job when they get out. They Disposal Facility, located
Navymen Douglas J. Cannon turned down their 'early-out to south of the Main Gate,has
Income Tax and Howard W. Goode,both from apply for the program. scheduled a two-day
the.USS Saratoga, accepted the Like skill centers at Project regional walk around
Transition sites throughout the auction sale of government
I Navy, the NAS Skill Center has surplus property on March
April15 DependentsPlane more than 300 different job skillsto 16 and 17.Following.
offer. This includes carpentry, registration at
FaresJax masonry, auto mechanics, auto 7:30 a.m., the auction will
body repair, small appliance begin at 9 a.m. on both
The Airlines Traffic repair, sales, etc. days
Office is offering special Transatlantic As in Project Transition, mostof Military and civilian
military dependent the training is sponsored by DOD personnel may at
fares, subject to government private industry in the civilian tend.
EVERY SAT. NIGHT 9:30 pm approval. community under civilian This excludes those
Sample round trip fares from working conditions.SN under 18 years of age and
The J. I. Express Boston, New York, Philadelphiaor Cannon and AN Goode will anyone connected with the
Washington are as follows: live on base, but will be supervised Defense Property Disposal
," London: $153.80 by Special Services em Programs, their agents,
featurlng.JOHN THOMAS on the piano' Paris: $166 ployees. employees,and immediate
Madrid: $190 families
., o Rome: $234
Athens: $298 ARE SEDATIVES TAKENIN
Fares will be slightly higher LARGE QUANTITIES ATTENTION i
during the peak travel period DANGEROUS?
THE WEST INN LOUNGE (June 1 to July 15)). Yes. The most common modeof
3644 St. John's Ave. (FORMERLY MONTE'S) For more information, contact suicide with drugs. h with SERVICE
the airline ticket office, Bldg. 13, sleeping pills.
or call Ext. 2449 or 3872811.

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WITH LITTLE OR NO
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Highlights Are You Foolish Enough: ? 11 11Jax


This information Is For instance, go to Australia little mary jane can get you a
aimed at only a very small with any kind of illegal drug, get couple of bowls of rice a day for ;
minority of the Armed Forces caught,and the judge can look at up to two years. Now, opium or a
those foolish enough to be using you and give you up to 10 years in some of the other drugs are a I
drugs. prison and a fine.If you save your little different. The sentence for
Traveling can be exciting at money during the 10 years, you use or possession is up to three
any time; but traveling with can probably pay the fine and be years "rigorous punishment"
drugs can be a bummer in the, released at the end of your which just could mean working in
countries of the Pacific and sentence.In the teak jungles of Burma for a
Southeast Asia The leaders of Afghanistan, the'sentence is long time.
most of those countries have .up to the judge. If he's had a good
joined with President Nixon in a day, a drug user might get only a Hong Kong doesn't like anyone
,drive against the possession, use year or two. On a bad day the running around with drugs.
t or sale of illegal drugs. judge might contemplate a drug Possession or use of dangerous
Some of the sentences which can user and his worth to the world drugs and marijuana Is. con.
be imposed on drug users and give him life. sidered In,this category can geta
servicemen or clvlllans-are Burmese authorities frown on person up to three .years In
among the harshest in the world. those|ew.who use drugs, also. A prison.
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PROMOTED--. Grace S. Salisbury receives new bars
from Capt. Marcella Smith, Chief of Nursing Services, after being t' ..
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(, :: \ Not Old Enough To Vote PARTISAN I VOTING I INFO I


i The 26th Amendment to the Constitution did away with the

.' saying, "Old enough to fight, holt not old enough to vote!" Members of the Armed Forces and their families can obtain complete information on national

As responsible citizens, servicemen and service women aged 18 and local issues for the Election Year 1972 from several sources.
to 21, as well as their civilian counterparts, can now vote for the Relatives and friends at home can provide first.hand news by mail. The hometown paper probably -
candidate of their choice in state and national elections.The amount of political news as well Many papers and magazines also have spe-
carries
a large
effect of younger voters was felt in last November's elections rates for service personnel stationed out of state: Finally, civic, educational or political organclal -
when two! 19-year-olds were elected mayor, an 18yearoldwas izations often have partisan! information on the candidates and the issues to be voted upon. The
selected to a school board, and others under 21 were electedto addresses Included here list by state the ma j 0 r. political parties, which may be unofficially con.
city council seats. Also, new voters played a significant role ina tacted by the military member through the mail.
number of other elections of involving older candidates.

If you are one of the many who plan to vote for the first time Republican State Central Committees
this year, and are not fully aware .of what important issues your' STATE Democratic headquarters
vote will effect, read on: ALABAMA 933 Nelson Bldg. P.O. Box 3315

Economy-Inflation, unemployment, devaluation of the dollar, Birmingham 35203 Birmingham 35205
trade deficit. ALASKA Tyonek Bldg. ((4th Ave.) P.O. Box 1364 (129 W. 5th Ave.)
Law and Order-Uprise in crime, threat to civil liberties (free- Anchorage 9501 Anchorage 99501

dom of the press, wire-tapping, riot control), organization of the ARIZONA 1318 North Central Ave. .'. 3300 North Central Ave. q
Supreme Court. Phoenix 85004 Phoenix 85012

Pollution-Environmental control and population problems. ARKANSAS 720-300 Spring St. 917 West Markham
Foreign Policy-Armament race, test-ban treaties, war in Little Rock 72201 Little Rock 72201
Southeast Asia, U.S. troops in Europe, U.S. commitments to Southern Office 918 J St. .
NATO,and SEATO, reversion to an all-volunteer military. 417 S. Hill St.,Suite 661 Sacramento 95814 ,
These are just a few of the major issues in the up-coming Los Angeles 90013

election. You owe it to yourself and to your country to register to -I., :fti .
vote, and to cast your ballot. See your unit voting officer for more Northern Office Northern Office ;' '_
detailed information. 2131.Jackson St. ': '. .
306
CALIFORNIA 1182 Market St., # '
San Francisco 94102 San Francisco 94115 '! :',

Central Office : I,A'1.:t
1972 Tax Tips ,
2917 Summit Circle ";.;'
Bakersfield 93306 ,.
J .
"Your Federal Income Tax," men's language, is especially : Southern Office
a perennial best-seller on how to helpful to taxpayers who have 177 Rivo Alto Canal .
fill out your Federal income tax unusual tax situations or new Long Beach 90803 .. -
return is now available at most tax problems.
COLORADO 220 West Alameda 1711 Pennsylvania St.
Internal Revenue Service offices. Examples of taxable and non- ?
#40 the Mall Denver 80203 '.
booklet on :
IRS
The 160-page taxable income and of allowableand
Denver 80223
Publication 17, contains many nonallowable deductions are
examples to illustrate how the included. A detailed index helps CONNECTICUT 525 Main St. 410 Asylum St., Rm.315 .
law applies to actual situations.A taxpayers find the answers to Hartford 06103 Hartford 06103
special feature of the bookletis their tax problems.The DELAWARE 15u: Concord Pike 2007 Pennsylvania Ave.
the sample, filled-in return, booklet may also be ob- Wilmington 19810 Wilmington 19806
Form 1040, keyed to pages in tained from the Superintendentof DISTRICT OF 100913th St. NW 310 First St. SE .
the booklet where explanations Documents, U.S. Government COLUMBIA Washington 20006 Washington 20003 .
f can be found for the entries on Printing Office, Washington, I
FLORIDA P.O. Box 1758
,, the return. D.C. 20402, at 75 cents a copy, Tallahassee 32302 r.o. Box 311 .H>' r ,.
The material, written in lay- or at your nearest IRS'office.VAL'S Tallahassee 32302
GEORGIA 2501 Bank of Georgia Bldg 1904 Monroe Dr. NE
Atlanta 30303 Atlanta 30324

'U :i HI!!!!!iLiJJLU Ull Ii!H i I: II I.ljmrn: 1 Jj 1];;. GUAM P.O. Box 456 P.O. Box 1697 .

BILLIARDSHOURS A ana 96910 Agana 96910

JI J:!!!! j UI _'i'I': : : wli HAWAII 33 S. King St., Suite 216 Merchandise Mart Bldg., R'1' 438
Honolulu 96813 Honolulu 96813

MON.THRU SAT. OPEN 10:00AM.CLOSE 12:30AM: IDAHO 305 N. 8th St. P.O. Box 2267
SUNDAY OPEN 3:00 PM CLOSE 12:00 P.M.LADIES Boise 83702 Boise 83701 '

ILLINOIS 104 N. 4th St. 4 200 South.2nd St.
Springfield 62701 Springfield 62701
FREE ,
_: WHEN ESCORTED Chicago Office: 134 N.LaSalle St.
MONDAY thru THURSDAYELEVEN Chicago 60602 "
INDIANA. 801 Illinois Bldg.' 111 North Capitol Ave. .
TABLES CARPET FLOOR Indianapolis 46204 Indianapolis 46204 '

4746 SAN JUAN AVENUE PHONE 388-9681 IOWA 500 Shops Bldg. 808 Fifth Ave. ,
Des Moines 50309 Des Moines 60309 .

KANSAS. Holiday Inn-Downtown Ramada Inn, Suite 10 r .
Topeka 66601 .
501 Jefferson :.
Topeka 66607
KENTUCKY 100 W. Main St. 1619
Heybum Bldg.
SORRy. Frankfort 40601 Louisville 40202 ''" ,

... LOUISIANA No Central Headquarters 409 Azalea St. .

Lafayette 70501 .',
BUT WE'RE TEMPORARILY... MAINE 62 State St. 187 State St. r" ,
Augusta 04330
Augusta
04330 ,
MARYLAND 514 St. Paul Pl.
9 West Hamilton St.
; )J Baltimore 21202 Baltimore 21201
7 l\IASSACIIUSETI'S 11 Beacon
St., Urn 406-408
73 Tremont St.
Rm. 524
Boston
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l\IICIIIGAN"\ Lansing Hq
J. F. Kennedy House 404 East Michigan Ave. Buy u.s.
900 W. Michigan Ave. Lansing 48933 ON

Detroit Lansing IIq.48015 SAVINGS THAT

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623 Lafayette Bldg. .
Detroit 48226 '. "

MINNESOTA 730 E.38th St. 4940 Viking \ BONDS I AGReE

Minneapolis 55407 Minneapolis 5:435.
MISSISSIPPI None listed.
P.O. Box 1178 .
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Jackson 39205
MISSOURI P.O. Box 719
P.O. Box 73
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Jefferson City 65101
Jefferson City 65101
MONTANA Box 802 1425 Helena Ave. .. .
Helena "
59601 Helena 59601 .

NEBRASKA 311 Anderson Bldg. 116 N. 12th St.,Andersop Bldg. #212
Lincoln 68508 Lincoln 68508 2 2'a
NEVADA 911 E. Ogden Ave. P.O. Box 1058
Las Vegas 89101 Carson City 89701

NEW JlAMPSIIiRE Sheraton-Carpenter Motor Hotel 134 North Main $t.
Manchester 03101 Concord 03301 p

NEW JERSEY. 31-33 N. Willow St. Trenton Trust Bldg.,Rm. 405
Trenton 08608 28 West State St.
Trenton 08608
NEW MEXICO Tower Bldg. 610 Gold Ave. SW
Albuquerque 87103 Albuquerque 87101 OJ@KFG

NEW YORK Dryden East Hotel 315 State St. r\'k
150 E. 39th St. Albany 12210 .. OF'
New York 10016 :

NORTH Hotel Sheraton-Sir Walter 1707 Hillsboro St. More Tax TipsDamage
CAROLINA Raleigh 27602 Hilton Inn, Suite 100
Raleigh 27605 -
NORTH 1902 E. Divide Ave. P.O. Box 1917 to a car, home, or sudden or unexpected. Damageto
DAKOTA Bismarck 58501 Bismarck 58501 other non-business property may a home from a fire or floodis
qualify as a deduction on Fed
OHIO 88 East Broad St. Suite 1250 West deductible because the event
,.. 50 Broad St. eral income tax returns. was sudden
Columbus 43215 Columbus 43215 or unexpected
Tax deductions may usually whereas damage from termitesor
OKLAHOMA. 2200 Hotel Oklahoma 103 Northwest 23rd St. be taken when the ,damage to settling due to erosion is not
Oklahoma City 73101 Oklahoma City 73103 non-business property occurs deductible since it occurs overa
OREGON 3311 NW Roosevelt 322 Oregon Bldg. from a natural disaster such as long period of time.
Corvallis 97330 494 State St. NE fire, flood, storm or hurricane. On real property held for per-
Salem 97301 Losses from theft may also be sonal use, the amount of the
PENNSYLVANIA, 510 N.Third St. 112 State St. deducted. However, losses resulting loss is either the adjusted basisof
Harrisburg 17101 Harrisburg 17101 from such causes as the property or the decreasein
rust, erosion, termites, etc. are its fair market value which
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PUERTO Chase Manhattan Bank Bldg. P.O. Box 507-Hato Rey
not deductible.The .
RICO Rio Piedras 00927 San Juan 00919 ever is lower. On personal
distinction between a de- property, the cost or the de-
RHODE 150 Francis St. 87 Weyoosset SL _
J ductible and a non- eductible crease {'n fair market Value,
ISLAND Providence 02903 Providence 02903 casualty rests on whether the whichever is lower, is the
SOUTH P.O. Box 5963 P.O. Box 5247 event causing the disaster was amount of the loss.
CAROLINA Columbia 29205 Columbia 29205 ..

SOUTH 33644 Pierre St. P.O. Box 1099 Closed Mondays
DAKOTA Pierre 571)01" Pierre 57501 NEW in JAX! ..
+
TENNESSEE 305-6 Hermitage Hotel' 306 Gay St.
Nashville 37219 Nashville 37201 '" 1 "
NOW YOU CAN DISPLAY
Brown 310 Littlefield Bldg.
TEXAS 702 Bldg.
Austin 78701 Austin 78701 YOUR MEDALS

UTA II 363 E.2nd South 614 Crandall Bldg. ;" F': WITH THE HONORTHEYDESERVEI
Salt Lake City 8UU Salt Lake CIty 84101

VERMONT P.O. Box 231 P.O. Box 70
Burlington 05401 Montpelier 05602

VIRGINIA 7th di Franklin Bldg.,Suite 800 1 01 E. Main St., Rm. 516
Richmond 23219 Richmond 23219

VIRGIN IS P.O. Box 22 P.O. Box'521Kingshall
,St.Croix 00850 Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas 00801 3433 ST. JOHNS AVE. AVONDALE SHOPPING CENTER PH.3B8-7472

ASIIINGTON 320 Alaska Bldg. 497 Tyee Dr.
Seattle 98104 Olympia 98502

1400 Commerce St. P.O. Box 1007
WEST
VIRGINIA Charleston 25301 Charleston 2532 WESTSIDE

406W. Gilman St. .
Odl BOX3\01
WISCONSIN .
Madison 53703 'HOUSE OF QUALITY SERVICE'JACKSONVILLE'S j.j
FINEST CASSAT'AVENUE!
964 P.O. Box 241
WYOMING P.O. Box -'
Casper 82601
Casper 82601
CANAL ZONE Box 615 No address.li3ted. TOYOTA SALES & SERVICE

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t from J3cksonviilo. Quarterdeck Lounged Dine at Blser'i Seafood AVAILABLE!
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p .c // cii SpORTS'- .1. Six teams have submitted Memphis.The .
; 1: entry requests to participate in Raider squad is looking
the 6ND Volleyball Tournamentto better every day. The team has
::: By DTC J.D. Brewster : of
the return
be hosted by Cecil Field Mar. been augmented by

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""Q from Memphis, Jax, Charleston, All Armed Forces player.
Supply Corps School, Athens, Ga. Coach Mel "Buck" Wurster from
Med., it commences to appear EI Scavengers 20 34 and the Navy and Marine Corps VA-45,reports that Larry Curran
Cecil Field's Men's Scratch: that Howard is rapidly becoming Dizzy Dinks .27ft26% Reserve Center, Birminghamwill and Dick Williams are
Diminutive Dale Howard again Cecil Field's finest bowler. be represented.With recovering nicely from sprained
led all Scratch keglers with a 640 American League: "Silent" the entry deadline set for ankles and are expected to be in
218201.221( ) and 621 (231.206). John Sizemore's Coarse Hairs SOFTBALLOn Mar. 13, Mr McGuckin expectsto peak condition by Tourney time.
500 or betters sets were also five beat out the Boozers l>y a Tuesday an organizational hear from Orlando, Pensacolaand Our team will be working out
tossed Marc scant and a half during last next week commencing at
by Bryand, 586 (210- game meeting was held to formulate Key West. daily
198) and 558 (193-192); Beau Tuesday's final roll-offs. John plans for the upcoming intramural The winning team will 1600 in the Station Gym. Anyone
Beaudry, 585 ((203-201)); Dodge, explained the win by stating, Softball season.One of represent 6ND at the South wanting a preview of Cecil's
570 ((200)); John Dohse, 556 (205)); "I'm proud of my boys they the prime subjects on the agenda Atlantic Regionals. The All-Navy chances are invited to come out
Joe Toth 559 (195-193)); Ken Seal, managed to take the top slot concerned individual desires as tourney will played at NAS, and take..a look.
553 (191-190)); Don Marsh, 552 without my help, and despite the to the type softbalj to be played. .
(192); Red Redman, 547 (231); fact I showed up!"John is far too fast or slow pitch. If
Barry Dunn, 546 (225)); Jake modest. .. enough interest in both games can Th Wit Owl says
Jacobs,539(196); Ken Potter, 537 High sets belonged to Dale be generated, the Athletic ProjectPride
((200)); Bob Locke,522 (216)); Gene Howard (as usual) with a 592 Director will schedule slow pitch, .
Dobson, 520 ((189)); Dave Silver, (203172.217; Alan Duncan, 588, games on Monday and Wed-
517 (181); Larry Frazier, 515 ((210-149-229)); Arlie Blount, 559 nesday, with fast pitch slated for
(178)); "Hospital"' Ward, 513 (216-188-155)( )and Gerald Watkins, Tuesday and Thursday.A fj
((199); Graz Graziano, 513 ((201); 503 (152-190-161)). Final Stan-
Dennis Vincent 513 (189); Arlie dings: final organization meetingwill
Blount, 513 (189);'Tom Gary, 509 convene on 3 April. Those All Navy families are
((182); Macko,. 507 (178)); Meno, Coarse Hairs 51 13 units desiring to enter teams "Wear saf.'r gla..son Citizens of the Communityin
"0" Osier Boozers 48V& I5tt must attend this meeting. which they live. As
507 (192)); 504 ((212) Ik* Iob-at all limes."
and Burley Mills 503 ((182)). Marines 45 19 citizens, we have a duty
With Chirlchello taking a Screwballs 37 27 Competition will commence on and obligation to par

leisurly, ,scenic, cruise in, the Dave's Dawdlers 32- 32 April ,17, ticipate in civic matters.
The great City of

Are You TransferringFrom : ::::: ; .. : ; .Jacksonville is facing up to

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1 CECIL, CAREER COUNSELOR 1 Downtown Development
Are you transferring from NAS These information files are .............. and expanded
Cecil Field soon? Wonderingabout available for check-out from the ;lm 1 '.'.f:1 i im i;;; m;;;;i;:: :::: :f. 1; ;;1mm; ;;m;;1;;i i ii 1 recreation Improved facilitiesA
the new duty station, the Family Service Center for 5 days. new Public Safety

schools, base facilities and Retention, want to stay in, or are you undecided. Try this BuildingAll
what's available in the area? Also, personal copies may be program on for size. BOOST Program, (Broadened Opportunityfor to be financed with a
Check with the Family Service requested from your new duty Officer Selection and Training). $30 Million Bond Issue.
Center's Information file., A station. Stop by Bldg. 24 (top-
This program is open to persons of various racial and ethnic As citizens, each of us
brochure is maintained on each side) for a few minutes and look for for
This competing discussthe
minority groups. program prepares you should study and
continental U.S. installation and over these folders. You'll be glad entrance into, NESEP Navy Enlisted Scientific Education issue among ourselvesand
most Overseas duty stations. you did! NROTC or Navy Marine and
Program, or Navy Academy, our friends neigh.

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enroll NAVAL ACADEMY PREP SCHOOL in Bain- against the Project Pride
bridge, Md., then within 2 years when the candidate is capableof Program, and vote "Yes"or
RiCES TO All. competing successfully in a college environment, he then "No" according to our,
LINO IE SALE P competes for entrance to one of the programs listed above. You own convictions. Project
must be single. 17-22 years of age., high school diploma is Pride information pamphlets .
desirable but not reguired. This and OTHER programs are may be obtained at
offered to of the NAVY.It .
men the Station banking facilityand
NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCESNEW
& USED TV SETS is to everyones advantage to look into these programs. Navy Exchange.M0NDA.
There might be something that you have overlooked that would
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
help you make your final decision on what to do.
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
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PublisherJAX ........ ADVERTISING
:: *"'. "' .......!,I. Movie Schedule
AIR NEWS
NAS Jacksonville i CALL: 388-2755

i Ads should
be mailed to arrive not later
than
TueSday
for
I publication
LATWINGER the following Thursday.
S Ads
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE I published U.late! for this deadline will be
a PUblisher i Is !./0ll.owln week unless' the Thursday March and Tina Turner. "G" .E (93
: otherwise. A check or NAS: "CLAY PIDGEON"
money min.)
i mfff9 full cost of the ad must be
received Color Action Drama Starring
copy for the ad. HOSPITAL: "CLAY
4747 San Juan Avenue
I Telly Savalas, Robert Vaughnand PIDGEON"

Jacksonville, Florida RATEI minlmumchargeUlines) $:.00 Tom Stern, "R" G (96 min.)
Per .
additional IIneC4wordl( per line) .so HOSPITAL: "CHANDLER"Color Saturday,March 11

Drama, Starring Warren NAS: "BELIEVE IN ME1"Color

---- "----------------'. --- Oates and Leslie Caron. "P" G Drama Michael
4 : Starring
'4REAL -;' ; \ \ ,
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((86. min.) Sarrazin and Jaxqueline Bisset.

_ EMPLOYMENTNAVY ESTATE Friday, March 10 "R" F (88 min.).
'" MOBILE HOMES NAS: "SOUL TO SOUL" Color HOSPITAL: "SOUL TO

Rock Documentary, Starring Ike SOUL"
WE BUY& SELL
WIVESPut Call us for EQUITIES --- .-..__ ...... "'......yu.--".... u._ .,,_W.
your skills to work. Interesting quick service. -- '''' 'Jf if
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. 10x50 MOBILE HOME
assignments for keypunches, typist, 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. Fla. room, 100 ft. lot,on paved road, 6
secretary, dictaphone operator, 771.3052 min. from Dwntwn. $4800 cash. 781-
clerks,PAY bookkeepers.HIGH NO FEE HIDDEN WATERS 737.3164 9385. Want Ads Sell!

CALL 396.5371 NOR RELL Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots

available. Excellent fishing, boating, FINANCING
swimming. Mobile Home area. High, No money down on New Star Mobile
PART TIME-EVENING SHIFT wooded lots. E-2 terms. One mile E. Home. Ask for Ted or Bob.B .
5.11 PM Lake Asbury on No. 209, LaRue. 725- & J Mobile Homes
BURGERCHEF6238103rd 3992. 3731 Philips Hwy.
St. -771-0855 391424
NEW HOMES A Secure investment that Pay*. .

3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built-in Range, JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
Cent. Heat
,
OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESSOwn FHA VA Prices from $18,900 up. 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern
your exclusive service franchise, or Terms. Fast Occupancy. trailers and apts. 389.3007.
that' Is needed by 80 percent of the', Edw. O. Lyon Broker, 384.5354.WEREPRESENTMANY.

tomes In the, USA. No sollcltlng-We

dave, a proven merchandising 1971 EAGLE

program that generates business. No of the Navy Personnel Interested In 12x65,2BR,2 full baths' ,WW Shag, AC,
experience necessary-We fully train. purchase of land for future use or Cent. Heat, $600. equity and take over Here is your .oppprlunity toinvesf in short
Have continuing guidence program. profit. Also homes of value, FHA or pmt. of $126. mo. 786.4918.
Small investment-willhefp finance. VA financed, In all sections of city. term first mortgage*. Every cloiiar invested

Start earning $10,000.$25,000 yearly. Please contact Tom Brooker, US is 100 perc rii secured. Yield for $4 months
"
Call I 904 733 8211. Navy Retired your Interested
protected. TRANPORTATIONCUSHMAN Interest & PrincipaI paid monthly. Minimum

WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA, investment SSSfro $OLP ONLY TOBONAFIDE
EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY INC.
International Corp. expanding Realtors SUPER EAGLE RESIDENTS OF FLORIDA

operations In Florida Part or full time .W-5514.r 771-108 2 spd., 12HP, Husky engine newly
positions available. Above average rebuilt, Good transportation. $175. or

Incomes.Box 6163, Jax.Write, 32205.for Interview appt. LARGE FAMILY OR make offer. 2825316.USEDVOLKSWAGENS. r -- - m clip| coupon for info -- -..
HOME
WITH INCOME
Too much to list and convenient to : FIDELITY MORTGAGE INVESTMENT :
everyti.ing. 384.7756.PRESCOTT .

MISCELLANEOUSARECORDED 100 PERCENT GUARANTEEDUSED 1 CORPORATION 1i

100 PERCENT DOMESTICS GUARANTEED 6880 LAKE ELLENOR DR., SUITE 215 I

MESSAGE BY A Offers ,ARIZONA Financing and full coverage, Insurance 1 ORLANDO, FLORIDA32809 I
best climate In the state.
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells Historic old ranch developed Into 2- also available. 1 ((305)) 851-6600 I
USMC Ret.
how become a JOHN JENKINS .
you you may
.
acre homesltes near Prescott I
DISCJOCKEY Office 725 0911 Res 264 4214
National Forest. Two acres: $1995 Name
Call JSS-Jf44 hourVAAPPROVED I
any low terms.
For full details write Mrs.
A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co, 2233 I Address
VW ENGINE :
For Veterans and servicemen
North 7th St., Phoenix 85006.
50HP, 1500 CC, newly rebuilt. Almost '
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. new. Guar. 389.4286 or 3898152.68CHEV.IMPALA 1 City Zip I

1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. I
Pick up & Delivery Available. BLACK CREEK 1I Telephone
Grooming, Defleaing & Bathing. 7 acres with house. $26,000. call 781S385. I
4dr., HT, PS, AT, Fact. air, '327',
.
Mastercharge 8, BankAmerlcard $1000. Chief Prochelo. 3899219.5PONTIAC'GTO'$850. - - - -- - -
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. Jax

BY OWNER-CEDAR HILLS 6
4 BR, 2b., LR, DR, Paneled den,
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO 427 cu. in.,400HP,4 spd., Chrome disc
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape Fenced corner lot. $5300 equity or wheels. Crane cam. Holly 4.barrel.
refin. 5008 Bilken Dr., E. 7717796.
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate Extra clean. Good shape. Jerry 711-
stock. Full warranty. Phone 7710409. 0436 or 781.2846.

WEEKEND RETREAT
17Vi acres, 9Vi acres cleared.
Beautiful oaks and lane on 8 acres. ISA'uo'
SINGER ZIO-ZAO Exc. cond., Rebuilt engine
SR250 t'-roug'! > center. $9,900.781.9385. Lightning.
Sewing machine, like new, Balance Call Modln. 772-2972 from 8.5.
$63. or S8. per month. Phone 398.1683
between 10AM 7M.LIVE CASH -tCA3.\.F'.'.
: .
We buy, sell and trade equities. r yZr : '
LoulseT. Bailey J eaJK
771-3605 Broker
CRABS
Wilford's Fish Camp

264.9707 3 NEW BIG HOMES tY

Immediate I Occupancy
Varlng, 3.4 Br., 2-2V b., all w-central
Call 771-2634.INCOME for TAX appointment. heating and AC. Deluxe kitchens,
Some with fireplaces..AIIIn
carpeted.
Military Tax Service. 3731 Rendale
Dr. lovely Soutfi Wood, lust across the t
bridge In Mandarln.$36000 39000.
As little as 10 percent down.
We also build to order.L. .
NOTICE .Walter Benjamin, Inc. 71 VOLKSWAGEN 4114dr.
Mending, sewing and alterations wa-ssoo ,
done. 3845177. Realtors -- I ., Sedan Fully Automatic! Transmission,

--- .V: Factory A1r Conditioned Green
>.'
RENTALSORANGE ,
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LAWN MOWING Hart& EDGINGcall ,,;;.:. : t 4e 1 SPECIAL

771.3211 Ext. 8340 '<.

2 BR., Apts. furn. or PARK unfurn., Dish : t.rT .

TYLER'S HEATING& AIR CONDo washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth if '' .
Central and Wall Furnaces. Space Acts. 171.1405 or 7713355. i:....: ; V l $2877WESTSIDE
Heaters: Clean & repaired. LakeShore i"'"
4711 Palmer 388.5161
BEING TRANSFERRED?
Let a retired Navy man who understands -

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house until you 3 :: > : ;:
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rental of your .a r. i
*'Z on Sea .. ',
duty, VA-215, NAS to Jax. : : : ;
Lemoore! ? Calif.. EAOS Aug. 75, wants return Bartleson.o'Nelll & Payne, Inc.
T Sea duty at NAS Cecil Field. Contact 1147 So. Edgewood Ave. .
Barker, VA.215HAS Lemoore,
C.alif., 9324$. MKC311 'k', 4Y;\ ''" VOLKSWAGEN : INC.i


SAFE AND SOUND-A .
WILMAR APARTMENTS reminder ;
BEAGLE PUPS FOR SALE ,. :.
cxi.pJm.lM'1340, excellent stock. 771-3211 rOm Air Conditioned, Kitchen,,. Bftstnook 2 bedroom, ,parking Living : "If from your shapely U.S.Edy Saving Williamn > :.. .. ....'..:ii5o;;LANE: :::: ESQ: ;; ;::.J PHONE; ::::nuinOPENDAlLYAT08:30.ATbRDAYlTOi .. ...... :'

space for 2 cars, water sewage., Bonds are lust burned or stolen, :; ;
garbage, "lawn "rvlee. Furnished they will be replaced ftithopt 'jk "
4 per. V SUNDAY *T0* PM1 \
>
.1100. pluS "
NORGE GAS DRYER $120, Unfurnished weekends, 319. cost. (Photo courtesy 20th Cen
: ftct. working condition. 148 cent sales tax. 387.2541 tury-Fox) ,
Agana.
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Ode To Love X

: It's A Woman l World "

The questo che tu m'lntendl
Should always be left to fancy.
HHH i For eloquence should claim her own.
Make it the very seat, the throne.
.
86's Nominees Vie For Titles Would words witching charms explain?

Or Music's bold throb relinquish? '
Or the painter's strode convey on canvas?
And blend Love in such enamoring magic *
Retired Wives Form AuxiliaryJax Of Love's purity .

If any form of art,to far can go.
With Love to win, with awe to strike. .
-NWCA, Jax 86 members nominated for southeast regional handicapped. It's a year-round Borrow from Mars his look of Ire
have made their nominations for president. contribute them, as they from Or from Venus her soft glance of tweet demure. -'
national officers.BarbaraMrs. Maria (Mrs. Thomas) Bennett bags of clothing Blended all is such expression. < ".
will for national the Not New Shop for the Scouts.
run and fear.
( Bill) Howard, That In turns, we hope
She is the Dixie
who is past president of Jax 86 parliamentarian.
To blend Love's whole transparent form
Area Council's vice president and The success of the Not New
and former national
mimeochairman
the past-national pin chairman. Shop goes without mention, as That God first made pure .
will represent Jax 86 And showed the stirrings of His Hand,
at the national SATURDAY is Good Turn Day most of the club's funds for
convention this Which kindled, with the first Love sigh
fall in hopes of keeping her and the girls are planning to community projects come from .
provide bags for the Boy Scouts the sales. However, Maria Sole from God's heart unconscious,
current title as national annual drive for Goodwill In Bennett held a luncheon last Why?
secretary. She has also been dustries. Help Jax 86 help the month to honor the girls who And sure as my Irish pencil

devote many hours to the Shop. Tho, so deft, Is still envious
Kay (Mrs. Thomas) Wofford Of the eyes delight or the enamoured touch.
heads the Not New Shop com- And(if this Is bondage, who could wish.
mittee. For liberty?

Oh that mirrors form was mine thus,
March is a busy month for the
That I might catch that smile
divine
;
wives. Some of their activities
DISCOU TS include: And like my own fond fancy be
Reflecting;
a SOCIAL MEETING March 18
1' Or could I be within the rove that holdsIn
at Compton Hall. They will get
their St. Patrick's evening its folds that graceful form,
together with' lots of green and Those beauties of my circling desires.
shamrock. Refreshments and Would I were perfume for his hair .'
Arthur Fulmer S'1797 entertainment will be provided. To breathe my soul In fragrance there;
Helmets Or better still, the zone that lies
4 00-l8arlile =Q97 CRAZY MEETING March 22 at Close to his breast, and feel his sighsOr
Motor Cycle Tires Compton Hall.The event starts at the envious pearls that around the neck. .
11:30: a.m.Each girl will wear an Show so faintly above the snow. \

FIBERGLASS BELTS C7M4 19.97 original "crazy" creation and Yes, I would be happy orbes

4 PLY NYLON 650-13 $10.50 and may win originality a prize for of the her beauty hat. Like them that hang in the shy
Oh. anything that touches thee
Prospective members are invitedto Yea, candles for his feet even .
attend. To trod In them would be sweet '" \

EASTER ACTIVITIES In late Alone, I walk the stream's bank .

HEAVY DUTY 4-PLY From 12.95 March include a picnic for the The tale of, Love, r1e.t.! sweet ,: .<- .t.r.' ?J., (. ..,.,1'1..
POLYESTER or NYLON to 2 0.95 members children March 26 at Told in'any language Scriptured bloom -
1 p.m. on station. Chairman Throughout all time tmmemorable to all .' ., .,. -, -.
DISCOUNT SPEED EQUIPMENTROCKET Elaine(Mrs. John) Duval will That breathe the air of heaven ':
RACING WHEELS INTERNATIONAL e CRAGAR provide baskets and prizes for the And written down In sacred scrolls. .
KEYSTONE MAGS I GABRIEL HIJACKER AIR SHOCKS youngsters.AN By pen of poet or bard of song ; ..
For now my strings now my heart"Shall
EASTER PARTY for the
All prices never more intune part
M-H plus tax children at the Milner Day Care All that one has felt so well
: Center is planned for March 29. Te other shall as sweetly telL
I The Milner Day Center is part of
TIRE DIVISION "- the club's Have-A-Heart Tho bards and poets die, by men of darkness,
projectand
f(XSfcRy E YQU is conjunction with Head Only again to a nobler swell Will they strike upon another shore
-- MONDAY THRU SATURDAY$409 *-* Start. More sublime and breathing still.
Be but more bold mankind adore thee.
R0dSreWT .tft-Vft. fHONE 318 6567
Smile and a world be made weak
REMEMBER, Jax 86's next Before thee. mightier far
meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. Than all the pomp and power of war
March 15 at Compton Hall.Everyone's And make a mocking dream of night.
welcome.
-- Jane Quinn
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MeritPromotions. .ADues High?



Jax -- The following Check That'Agaih '
Merit Promotion An-
nouncements were issued
this week:
Supervisory Electronics Jax Dues have not gone up for members of the Jax

Engineer,GS-855-12 (17-72)) Naval Air Station Association (NASA), contrary to what. .
Safety Engineer, GS80312 appeared in last week's Jax Air News.
((18-72)) k
Cost Accountant, GS-510-
7 (272)Although( } Instead of $15, as the story on Page 10 explained, the
the following annual dues is only $5.00.
Merit Promotion Announcements

continuously for are receipt open of Any Civil Service employee at NAS or its tenant

applications, the registers commands is ,eligible join the association and help,
established are considered 30 YEARS OF SERVICE come to an end for Lawrence promote national defense, community service .and
inadequate insofar as the Kloski as he receives a plaque and congratulations from stability of employment. .
number of eligibles are Capt. R.C. O'Loughlin, Supply Officer. ., .
concerned: ,.
Motor Vehicle Operator, -
WG-8 ((84.70) J.JJilli wJ
Civilian '
Plastics & Fiberglass MenuJax NE W ee.

Worker, WG-9 (19-70) The
Refrigeration Mechanic,
WG-10 (3670)Conveyor -Following is the Civilian with Onions,Macaroni with Meat -"WWftfiK
Operator, WG6 Cafeteria menu for the week of Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, ,.
(35.71) March 13.17: Fried Fish.French ORANGE PARK ':
Progressman A-C Monday,March 13 Fried Potatoes,
Engine Mechanic, WD-39 Minestroni Soup, Fried Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
((10-72)( ) Chicken Ala Morrisons, Swiss Gravy, Spinach, Peas, Squash. '.TAXISERVICE i
Steak with Mushroom Sauce, Combination Salad, Tossed
Voucher Examiner Beef Brisket with Cabbage, 7 oz. Salad, Chef Salad, Plain Jello, D "<<" .
) GS-4 (14-70)
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(Typing Chopped Sirloin, Fried Fish. Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage INC. "
Clerk ( )
Travel Typing ,
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Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Fruit Cup, Cucumber Mix, Cole
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Pinto Beans. Almond Cream Pie,Apple Pie,
Promqtion Announcementson Combination Salad, Tossed Devils Food Cake, Assorted
the official bulletin Salad, Chef Salad, Plain Jello, Pudding. 24 HR. RADIO DISPATCH SERVICE
boards in their work
area
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Cottage Wednesday,March IS
at least once a week.IS Cheese Fruit Cheese Chicken Ala
Cottage Vegetable Soup,
Fruit Cup,Health Salad, Waldorf King over Rice, Baked Meat AT THE. .
IT TRUE THAT THE Salad. Loaf, Braised Pork Chops with
COMBINATION OF Banana Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Apples, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin,
SLEEPING PILLS AND Coconut Layer Cake, Assorted Fish.
ALCOHOL IS DANGEROUS French Fried Potatoes, \{ v

Yes. Taken together, less than I Pudding.Tuesday,March 14 Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
lethal doses of alcohol and t Cream of Tomato Soup, Beef Gravy, Mustard Greens. String IN ORANGE, PARK
sleeping pills may be fatal. Round with New Potatoes, Liver Beans, Blackeyes. (Con't P. 18)




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-"Seafarer" and The "Airman" is guaranteedan
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year enlistment programs, are choice. Duty may be at a naval r
designed for men who want a air installation, aboard an air- i72 ti
challenging sea duty without the craft carrier or with a squadron Mkt
longer active duty commitmentthey aboard a carrier.
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Both are to 17
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training year-olds who are high school
Rather than attending "A" r
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It's Save, Your Vision Week !


Jax A newborn baby's eyes are not fully developed for seeing, although he
has been blinking his eyelids and moving his eyes three months before his birth, .rr'
according to the president of the Northeast Florida Optometric Society. /;/

t To help new parents help their baby develop his vision to the fullest, the,Society ,
offers these tips as a public service during 'Save Your Vision Week', March,. 511,.,,,. "
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1. Change your baby's position in his crib so that neither eye is favored as he
looks around the room. / V
2. Vary the position of his crib in the room so he learns to. respond to light from
varying directions.
3. Hang a nursery mobile about six to eight feet from his crib, at the rail level, _
to help him learnaboutmovementandto follow movement with his eyesat( about
"'"", three months of age, move the mobile closer so that he can touch it and make it ..,.
V
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MAST M AMSl John I. Birtel Is given a MeritoriousMast 4. Move your baby into other rooms during the day so he will have different
by Cdr. W.N. Vance,former Commanding Officer of VA.203 for things to see. .

his citation outstanding read in service part,since"these the commissioning challenges and of demands the squadron.on 'your The 5. Play''peek-a-boo'' and"patty cake"with him and help him shake a rattle to
capabilities were never a match for your desire and determination to begin eye-hand coordination development (when he is older, give him toys to, .
perform." pickup, put in his mouth and throw to the floor to develop finger dexterity).
6. Put your baby on the floor so he learns to crawl, developing coordination in
St. Pat's Day At FRA 91Jax his legs, arms and eyes.

The, Ladies Auxiliary of the FRA Unit 91, will 7. Give him safe objects of varied sizes, weights, shapes and textures to in-
sponsor a St. Patrick's Day Dance, March 17 at the crease and stimulate his visual experiences.
Broneti Home, 5391 Collins Road.A 8. Give his as much freedom as possible for activities and experiences that are
dinner dance is in the offing and the menu will include needed to make seeing meaningful.
corn beef and cabbage--a standard for celebrating
this occasion. Music will be provided by the Crestmen.
Some surprise entertainment will also be presented. I Red Cross Class I SOCIALtIIf+ M wUR1TY
Dress will include something green. I
All members'of the FRA and LAFRA and their guestsare Jax Red Cross Volunteer for evening work at the Out 9874320
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the Navy Hospital here. If professional staff.
person. you're interested in getting involved To register for classes, whichrun -
festivities begin at 7:30 p.m. in helping people in need, 9 a.m. to noon Monday .._aan m I"Pwiiu-an tM 1IIIf1IAr.
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; For Olympic Swim' Fund VP-49 VP-5 '' 9 9 2 O. BEES NATTC 11 10 2 2

VW-4 9 4 VP-16 9 3
.1 Jax On March, 11, 1972, the ming stars of tine future. Funds will be given an opportunity to AIR OPS 7 3 MARTD 9 6
Navy Jax Swim' Team will hostan derived from the "Swim" will be swim as many laps ((50 yards per HOSPITALFICEUR 6 7 MARINE BARRACKS 6 6
AAU Swim meet at the NAS equally divided between the lap) as he or she can complete 3- 8. MATSG 4 9.
Indoor Pool. Participants will Olympians of 1972 and the during the three hour swim ADMINISTRATION 4 4 NAWIIAX 3 -11
come from all over Florida and swimming Olympians of the period. Laps will be counted by COMFAIRJAX 3 10 3 11
Georgia to use this oppprtunity asa future. designated officials. There is no NDRC 3 10 COMMUNICATIONS 0 14
final tune up for the round of Funds obtained through the limit on the number of sponsors a
summer AAU swimming meets, "swim" for the Navy Jax Swim swimmer may have or the Season Nears EndJax
Junior Olympics and Olympic Team will be used to purchase amount each sponsor may pledgeper Cage
Trials. stop watches and training lap recorded by the swim
Participating teams, of which equipment; to finance swimmers With only about two NATTC 62 NARJAX 44: This
there will be more than a dozen, desiring membership but who mer.The Navy Jax Swim Team weeks left in the Intramural was a close ball game until the
will conduct a "Swim For The cannot afford team dues; and to members spend more than two Basketball season, the race for fourth quarter. NATTC was
Olympics". The purpose of the expand the coaching staff of the hours each day developing their first in both the National and ahead 35-34 at the end of the third
"Swim" Is to acquire con team. swimming skills. They can American leagues seems to get quarter but NarJax only
tributions to simultaneously Funds obtained through the reasonably be expected to swimas tighter, and tighter.In managed 10 points to NATTC's 28
support the United States "Swim" for t the"U.S. Olympic far as a mile during the last week: in the last quarter. Jenkins had
Olympic Fund,which will financeour Fund will be forwarded to the "Swim" Sponsors may therefore MARTD63 games COMMUNICATIONS 18, Kaelin 16 and Dufner 14 for
Olympic team's trip to the United States Olympic Committee elect to limit the number of laps 47: Franklin had 24 points for the NATTC.
Summer Olympics held this yearin Olympic House, New they will sponsor, thereby winners while only four of the AIR OPS 70 FICEUR'51: The
Munich, Germany, and to York. limiting their contribution. eight Communications players second win of the week for Air
provide additional funds for the Navy Jax Swim Team Mem- Each swimmer will return to managed to find the hoop for Ops. McGee had 29 for the win
swim teams which are bers are soliciting for sponsorsfor his or her sponsor during the points. ners and Martin 16 for the losers.
developing the Olympic swim.. the "Swim". Each swimmer week of March 13 to present his NARJAX 55 MARTD 49: HOSPITAL 93 COMFAIRJAX
lap card and collect the con NarJax was the winner but the 55: Hospital had four men in
I Jax Civilian tributions. high point men were from double figures with Klein leading
MenuCon't Sponsors and friends of the MARTD as Franklin had 16 and the pack with 36 followed by Vest
Navy Jax Swim Team are corgi Boyer 15.MEDICAL. with 20, Youngblood with 18 and
( from Page 15)) Combination Salad, Tossed dially Invited to attend the AAU Lind with 15.ADMINISTRATION.
combination Salad, Tossed Salad, Chef Salad, Plain Jello, Winter Development Meet that 74 COMMU- 49 NDRC
Salad, Chef Salad, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage precedes the "Swim For The NICATIONS 30: Communicationskept 40: Baker with 20 points led the
Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Olympics" as well as the, their winless string going at Administration team to their
Cheese, Fruit Cup, Carrot and Fruit Cup, Bean Salad, Waldorf "Swim". The meet will com (4 as Johnson led Medical to fourth win of the season.
Raisin, Beet and Onion. Salad. mence at 9:00: a.m. and last until r victory with 25 points. MEDICAL 62 MATSG 33:
Sweet Potato Pie, Apple Pie, Egg Custard Pie, Apple Pie, about 2:00: p.m. The "Swim" will AIR OPS 51 ADMIN- Matsg managed only three points
Strawberry Shortcake, Assorted Yellow Cake, Assorted Pudding. start at that time and last until ISTRATION 48: Administrationled in the final quarter as Johnson
Friday,March 17 5:00: p.m. 24-21 at the half but couldn't had 21 for-the winners.
Pudding.Thursday,March 16 Clam Chowder, Trout New members, both civilian hold Warner had 17 for Air Ops. BEES 62 FAW-11 36: Stone
Chicken Rice Soup, Beef Stew Almondine, Stuffed Peppers, and military, are invited to join NDRC 63 COMFAIRJAX 52: provided the main sting for the
with Rice, Tuna Noodle Roast Fresh Pork with Dressing, the team. For more informationon ComFairJax led at the half but Bees with 15 points. '
Casserole, Franks and Beans, 7 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Chicken the "Swim" or the swim team the hot hands of Luchi with 27 and
oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Fried Steaks. call CDR. J. D. Taylor, 264-4127, Spruille with 19 lifted 'NDRC to MARINE BARRACKS 2
French Fried Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes, Mn. Pat Kangas, 264-6084, Cdr. their win.MEDICAL. MATSG 0: Matsg had enoughmen
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Pat Gallagher, 264-8654, Mrs. 2 FAW-11: The for a bridge game but were
Gravy, Green Lima Beans, Gravy, Macaroni and Cheese, Barbara Brennock, 771.2475, or Medical squad was the only one short for a basketball game. The
Turnip Greens, Peas. Stewed Tomatoes, String Beans. Mrs. Kay Catoe, 7258161. in the gym at gametime. result was a forfeit.


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36-28 lead held by VP-16 at result of this and the back to beat VA-8183-79 to

halftime to win the VP-49 84, and game VP-16 was win the chance to get into
58. the
ComFairJax BasketballTitle VP-49 champoinship game -
only held
last Thursday 86 84 lead at the half. a 34-30 Jack Anderson had 31 for
in overtime. second half Their VP-16 and Mike Luchi had b
surge was led 33 for VA81.Before .
Carl Judice led VP49'scomeback by Jim Dulin who
scored
victory with 27 16 of his 18 losing to VP-16
points in the and I
being eliminated from
points while his teammateJim second half. Carl
Judice
the
Dulin scored 19. was tournament, VA-81 had
Doug high point
man for beaten
Shepard and Jack An- VP-49 with 24. VP-5 89-80 to
Jack
An- eliminate
derson led VP-16 with 27 derson had VP-5. VA-81's
17 and
and 16 points respectively.VP49 Shepard 16 for VP-16 Doug scoring attack in this 9 Y !
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and VP-16 game Wilson with :
had After
losing their first 21, O'Brien with
three 18, Hef-- i
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VP-49 is now par-
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Jax' -- The 10th Annual BOWLING SCORES 582 set and Lanove of the Eagles
r : Southeast Military InvitationalGolf had a 199-199-174 for a 562.

Tournament got underwayat Jax While no one came close Honorable mention goes to
the NAS Golf Course yesterdaywith Co matching Harry Foster's 300 Galligan of the FlapJax team
25 teams from six game last week there were still who won a triplicate patch for his
southeastern states and Puerto some fine scores turned in. three consecutive 140 games.
Rico participating. Dearing of the NDRC No. 3 JAX NAVY GOLF TEAM
As the JAX AIR NEWS went to team rolled a 215-171-227 for a 613
press no results had been postedbut set, Crowder of the Gems had a Jax -The Jax Navy Golf Team
complete results will be 199-199-196 for a 594, Collier of the lost a match to the Florida Junior
published in next week's issue. Late Chargers had a 213 in his 593 College last week at the
k Q set, Whitco of the Bush Leaguershad Jacksonville Beach Golf Course.
UMPIRES FOR SOFTBALLJax a 198 in his 580 series, Seel of The score was 292 for FJC and 297
the Late Chargers had a 234 in his for Jax Navy
A meeting for all per-

PERFECT SCORE FORM Harry Foster shows the form that sonnel interested in umpiring
enabled him to bowl the first 300 game ever recorded at the Jax during the upcoming softball PLEASE BRING THIS COUPON!
Bowling Lanes. His previous high game was a 279. season will be held at 4 p.m. on
Monday, March 13 at the athletic PlZAHUf"PHONE
office. The softball season is
) Foster Bowls 300 scheduled to begin on April 17. AHEAD..READY IN 20 MINUTES!


In Intramural PlayBeads ENLISTED COMMITTEE RECREATION MEETINGJax 2 FOR 1

\ Buy One PIZZA Got One FREE )
The Enlisted Recreation
of sweat glistened last League for only a few months. y We serve more Pizza than anyone else In the world
Wednesday night at the NAS Jax Team captain Bill Reynolds Committee of the NAS Composite BIG TONY HAS MOVED'I!
Recreation Fund will meet at 9
Bowling Lanes during a match characterized Foster as a GOOD ONLY AT I
between the FAW-11 Chokers and "careful, methodic bowler." a.m. today in Room 236, Building 4218 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 772.0662" !1 1n
the VW-4 Pin Busters. Foster credits the perfect gameto 1000.All members are urged to be
"a little skill and a lotta luck." present. - -- -- -
Harold -
Hurricane Hunter
Foster was the cause of the excitement -
bowling the first ,
perfect game in the seven-year ,J'. : .:' :
history of the lanes. As the ,
second game of a 666 pin series, .
Foster's 300 game tops his 1
previous high game of 279 and _
will raise his 188 average. I
Jack Emch, house manager at NpWa' IMNICHTLLZZ7W7LJ7COMPAN
the Jax Lanes was called in from ,
mowing his lawn to secure the
lanes and seal the pins used by
Foster. He was assisted by team
captains Dennis DeRemer of the
Chokers and Bill Reynolds of the !
Pin Busters. The seals were
broken Thursday by Herb Colt of
the Jacksonville Bowling
Association. After examining the
.v. lanes, the pins, and Foster's
bowling ball, Colt certified the
I perfect game to be in accordancewith


standards.Foster American and his Bowling wife,Congress Jo, are WhileTheyLast!!

from Nashville, Tennessee, ;
where he started bowling about
12 years ago. Recently trans 1912VEGASEDAN
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from HT-8, NAS Ellison Field, IEW-Th
Pensacola, Foster has' been "CAR OF '
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