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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 16, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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Boy Scouts Collect 24,000 Good Turns


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0::, Jax Boy Scouts and their Navy helpers praised the conduct of the activity. I
0 collected nearly 24,000 bags of clothing and Articles collected will be used in Goodwill :

C household items during Saturday's Good Industries programs of work adjustment I

t Q ,S Turn Day.Volunteer. and vocational training for the han- '
p sailors and Marines from dicapped. I

4 Mayport, Cecil Field and NAS Jax worked Each bag collected provides up to four .
/kr throughout Saturday and part of Sunday hours of gainful employment for the 134 ,
unloading trucks and storing the goods employees and clients currently employed .
4 collected by the Scouts. or undergoing training. 1

/ RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, COMFAIRJAX, Late contributions from outlying areas are :
and Good Turn general chairman, visited expected to push the total to over 25,000 ;

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VOL. '29 NO. 50 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida MARCH 16, 1972
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; Navy Raises G.I. Benefits \i,

WERE"WAVES"ND M O R E,
Sailors of the Year and impetus to Navy Civic ,Action activities WE ARE''NAVY WOMEN=
g The two CNO Sailors of the Year have been throughout the world; to evaluate existing '
named in Z-Gram 107. programs; and to recommend areas of potential W/TH/ EQUALITY
TM1 Richard W. Corey is the Atlantic Fleet assistance. AND RESPECT
Sailor of the Year and SM1 Wayne P. Sapel wins Civic Action Programs basically involve -
the honor for the Pacific Fleet. helping foreign peoples help themselves in ( better =t- -
Both sailors will travel to Washington, D.C. humanitarian and development projects par- you
where Sec Chafee will promote them ticularly in coastal-riverine environments. I believe it.!
meritoriously on March 23. Then, they and their
Greece ?
wives will be given five days of rest and Homeport
Adm. Zumwalt has
relaxation wherever they choose in the con- proposed homeporting a
d Carrier Task Group in Greece as a means of
tinental United States.
improving family life and thus reenlistment ho6y
_} G.I.Bill Benefits '.,....'''. ....... 'Y, rates.for carrier personnel.
( A 14 percent raise in G.I. Bill benefits for In testimony before a House Foreign Affairs I
veterans attending college has been approved by Subcommittee, the CNO explained that carrier 5L\/.L\ ,the House of Representatives and is now personnel would be able to spend more time with Y YLaUB II
r awaiting Senate action. their families if their ships were homeportedoverseas. "
The bill providing the 14 percent raise also /
includes a 48 percent monthly allowance boost Speaking of retention rates, he stated, "First "t1TUS cherw
for 'veterans taking on-the-job training, and term reenlistment rates on carriers are 9.9. u
authorizes the Veterans' Administration to percent as compared to 15 percent of all ships
'"; advance up to two months of allowances to G.I. and 20 percent on those ships already BFREED
Bill recipients at the start of the school year. homeported overseas."
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Capitol Hill observers predict Congress will
almost certainly pass some increase in G.I. Bill Early Outs ,
." benefits this year; how large that increase will Navy personnel scheduled for release from :
be is less of a certainty. active duty in June will be released two months AT LAST \
t early. Barring unforeseen developments, that \
'* Civic Action Committees group will be the last to go off active duty early See Story on Page 9
\ The Navy Civic Action Committee was under the Navy's General Early Release ,
recently established by CNO to give direction Program. \

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,Saturday and Sunday States: VF-201 and VF-202, port personnel were flown sup .
Dallas, Texas; VA-203,
from each base Friday by
The: Air Wing 'launched19plane Jacksonville}', V A-205"I. Naval) Air Reserve ;

ALPHA strike Atlanta Ga..; VAW-207; transport squadrons,,
formations in .assault of Norfolk ; VAO-208,
the 'Pinecastle bombing Alameda, Calif.; and VFP 'The Air Wing is commanded ti

." '.,. range in Central Florida in 206,. Washington, .D.C. by Cdr. Edmond :
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LEADING THE PACK-A KA3-B Skywarrlor of VAQ-20 forms the s
point of a diamond formation and is followed by A4-L Skyhawks from
VA-203 and VA-205, and F8-H Crusaders from VF-201 and VF-202 as See Page 19 :
they return from CVWR-20's ALPHA strike on the Pinecastle bombing

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Monday thru Thur _

11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday b Saturday
11 ".m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 am. Friday 6 pm Friday,March 17 Cake,Vanilla Pudding.
Friday l1a.m..11 p.m. to midnight BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple SANDWICH LINE Grilled
11 a.m to 2 a.m: Friday & Saturday Tues.-Thurs. Sunday Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Ham &
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11a.m..11p.m. Noon to Midnight to Saturday 2 pm Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice Cheese on Rye, French Fried
9 a.m. to 2 a.m. Frl.Slt midnight of Sausage or Bacon, Hashed Brown Potatoes, Potato Chips, BaKed Beans,
tla.m..ta.m. Monday thru Thur Sunday 2 Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Dessert Bar.
Sunday pm DINNER New England Clam Tuesday,March 21
11 a.m. to Midnight to 7
9 a.m. to Midnight pm Chowder, Seafood Platter of Fried BREAKFAST! Chilled Pineapple
Shrimp Scallops, Fish Portions or Juice,Hot Farina, Boiled Eggs, Fried
Beef Balls Stroganoff, Boiled Eggs to Order, Griddle Hot Cakes w-
Potatoes, Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Syrup, Choice of Pork Sausage or
I. Was Cooking On Oil Tartar Sauce, Salad Bar, Cherry Pie, Ham, Corned Beef Hash, Hot,
: aj Raisin Nut Cake.SANDWICH Chocolate, Pastry Bar.
LINEi Chicken Salad, DINNER Tomato Bouillon Soup,
Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Barbecued Chicken or SpareribS.
French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Steamed Rice, Buttered Snap Beans,
Jax Men lost in the jungle in WW-II told how they JllEdllEE Baked Beans, Dessert Bar. Hot Spiced Beets, Cranberry Sauce,

existed primitively on the bark of trees and on insects, SUPPER Italian Meat Sauce, Salad Bar Cherry Pie, Butterscotch
Boiled Spaghetti,Assorted Pizza Pies, Cookies.
but here's the true story of how an airplane sustained [ Parmesan Cheese, Toasted Garlic SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Jon on

.. flight on salad oil. Bread, O'Brien Summer Squash Hamburger Bun,Grilled Hamburgers
Seasoned Snap Beans, Salad Bar, or Frankfurters, French Fried
Chewy Nut Bars Vanilla Pudding. Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans,

\, It happened, as AMM1 Harold Cunningham told Jax SANDWICH Grilled Hamburgersor Dessert Bar.SUPPER. ,
p Frankfurters. Egg Salad Sandwich, Italian Spaghetti
Air News in May 1944, when a PBY was about four hours French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Spaghetti Sauce or Baked Lasagne

out of Hawaii. One of the planes developed an oil leak. Baked Beans, Dessert Bar. Parmesan' Cheese Toasted Garlic
IIU(.TES1'M TAI'ImST'TION Saturday,March II Sticks, Seasoned June Peas, Buttered
'
N BREAKFAST Chided Grapefruit Squash, Salad Bar Cherry Pie' ,
Juice, Hominy Grits Fried Eggs to Butterscotch. Cookies.
"There was nothing to do but land at sea," said the Order, French Toast Syrup, Griddle SANDWICH LINE Grilled
i. SUNDAY) Cakes Choice of Bacon or Minute, Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Ham &
1; New York sailor who stationed here. "The
was crew Steaks,
Church School (all ages) 9: Pastry Bar. Cheese on Rye, French Fried
.- contacted a destroyer and took aboard all the salad oil a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans

:. the destroyer had you know, just plain old cooking oil. Worship 10:30: at All Saints' Sliced BRUNCH Corn Beef at 9:30 on: Rye Onion, French Soup, Dessert Wednesday Bar. ,March 22

i They repaired the oil leak, put in the salad oil and flew Chapel. Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato
Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Bar, Apricot Pie Assorted Cup Cakes. Juice, Hot Rolled Oats, Hard Boiled
back to the base.
SUPPER Grilled Salisbury Steak Eggsr Fried Eggs to Order, French
High) 10:30 at
: a.m. Chapel Annex
: :: or Grilled Ham Steak, Cream Gravy, Toast Syrup, Choice of Bacon or
Junior and
r:' \4 senior'youth French Fried Potatoes; ,Boiled Navy Luncheon Meat Hashed Brown
,'" Fellowship-1:30 p.m. at Bldg. 722. Beans, Buttered Asparagus, Salad Potatoes, Pastry Bar.

I Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at'small Custard.Bar, Molasses COOkies.. ,Baked DINNER. Simmered Pea Soup,
Chapel. Boiled Corn Beef or Simmered Beef
Sunday,March 19 Natural Brown Gravy Boiled White
{,: Tuesday BREAKFAST. Chilled Tomato Potatoes, Buttered Cabbage *
JAX AIR NEWS Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Carrots 'Boiled Pinto Beans, Salad

at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Order Cakes,,French Choice Toast Syrup,Griddle Bar, Pineapple Pie' Coconut Bars.
of Grilled Grilled
Bacon
or SANDWICH LINE!
Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel.. Minute Pork Chops, Lyonnaise Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Ham ft

", The JAX AIR NEWS I Is a Civilian' Enterprise Newspaper Potatoes, Hot Chocolate, Pastry'Bar. Cheese on .Rye, French Fried
BRUNCH ,
at 9:30 Vegetable Baked Beans
NAVAL HOSPITAL Soup, Potatoes, Potato Chips
.....'; distributed each Thursday at ,the V. S. Naval Air Station. Grilled Cheeseburgers, Baked Beans, Dessert Bar.SUPPER .
"" Jacksonville., Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Divine Worshlp-io a.m.. at St. salad Bar, Coconut Cream pie, Swedish Meat Balls or

'!.\ private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Lukes. Strawberry SUPPER Shortcake. Turkey Pot Pie," Mashed Potatoes

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office. Box 2. NAS Chicken Southern Fried Chicken, Buttered Spinach. Cranberry Sauce
Gravy Salad
Mashed ,
CATHOLICSaturday Potatoes, Vegetables
Seasoned Mixed
't, Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Bread Dressing,
Cranberry ,Pudding.
Sauce, Bar, Marble Cake, Peach
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Seasoned
.;, items-are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Mixed Vegetables polled: Thursday,March 21
Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Pinto Beans, Salad Bar Grape
',i 3119."Everything. Brbwn*ilgar BREAKFAST Chilled
': a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Cookies Chocolate Pudding. Juice, Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to

Iif' advertised in this publication must be made Monday Tuesday Thursday andFridaY.l1 BREAKFAST Monday,March Chilled 20>> Order Griddle Hot, Cake w Syrup Ham,

;:t, available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race, :30 a.m. Wednesday Juice, Buttered Grapefruit 'Lyonnalse Choice of Potatoes Luncheon Pastry Meat or Bar.
I' Mass 11:30: a.m. at the Naval Eggs to Order, French ToXSsvSS Steak,
national the Beef
creed color origin or sex of purchaser, user or Choice DINNER! Grilled ,
of
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this poticy('qual" Hospital Chapel. Saturday Home Fried' Bacon or Luncheon Meat' Mushroom Gravy Oven Brown
Potatoes, Rings.
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Confessions-4:15: and 5 p.m. IN.NER' Knickerbocker Pastry Bar Soup, Potatoes Simmered, French Green Fried Beans Onion, Buttered
Hot
Beef
advertising from that source. NATTC Gravy, sandwiches Natural Pan Corn, Salad Bar, Boston Cream Pie,
Mashed Potatoes,
Buttered Peanut Cookies.
Butter
Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. in Brussel Sprouts, Sauteed Corn, GrilledHamburgers
Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and Bar. Salad SANDWICH LINE
.' queries!! Building 500. Blueberry Pie Sugar Cookies or Frankfurters, Deviled
t concerning such should b CheeSeburgers or Frank Dessert Bar.
Chips Baked Beans
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY furters, French Fried Potatoes SUPPER Grilled Ham Slices
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i' 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Bar Potato.Chips, Baked Beans Dessert t Raisin Pineapple Sauce, Au GraM
In Iran it's up to three years in SUPPER Potatoes Buttered Snap Beans.
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Telephone 388 2755 Veal loaf Southern
'or
prison and a fine for possession of Frankfurters Baked Simmered Navy' Beans
w spice
Sauerkraut Brown Corn Salad Bar, Tomato
Bread
VOL. 29 NO. 50 MARCH 16, 1972 drugs, and death if you decide to Gravy Buttered French FrJed Potatoes, Cake, Chocolate' Pudding.
brine in opium or heroin. Blackeyed Si. Broccoli, Boiled
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This week we start Around
'' I Cecil by heading to the spaces of
fol the MARAUDERS, where CDR.
AROUND CECIL Tom Scott, C.O. of VA-82
reenlistment srr K' IMwr tls
preformed a
J. FISCHER AQ1,
S "r. i ceremony. R.
who already has seven years,
decided to go for four more years,
with the approval of his wife

.ra Jean.
The Navy is well known to the
FISCHER FAMILY. R.J. has two
other brothers also in the NAVY,
Ltjg Bill FischerVT-23)( ) at

Kingsville, Texas and Douglas I-! ....
Fischer AQ1 (VF-41)), presently COCHRAN
aboard the USS Roosevelt, now in ., ,
the Med.
FRANCIS SPEED PRC,of VA-
86, headed for the ready room to h 7
igiT raise his right hand, as CDR.
Yonke administers the oath of ,'
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enlistment, for two more years,

I FISCHER which seventeen will increase years.his total timeto r:

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W.L.COCHRAN AQC made the .w
trip to the office of Capt. T.T. r
Colemari NAS CECIL FIELD :\

Commanding Officer to increasehis __
longevity from ten to twelve -

years. .
4 Then Capt. J.W. Shute X.O. of ..a.
NAS CECIL FIELD made sure KRASKOWSKIe
S a that GEORGE KRASKOWSKI
AE1 did not escape with his fife
teen years of service, by
reenlisting him for four years.
4 Cdr. J.J. Lahr, C.O. of VA-174,
last week was in the cockpit of an
A-7, to reenlist one of his crew. c
This week he decided to do the job
SPEED in a more conventional manner
by reenlisting ATC JOHN Mc-
NEELY AND AMCS JOHN _
TILLIS on the deck in hanger 67.
Chief McNEELY, who has
already been around for eighteen '
MILITARYAUTOMOBILEMILITARY year's added two more years on
the hanger deck at quarters.
McNEELY '
Chief TILLIS/vho has seventeen ,
to him total of ,
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"Straight facts''from the I MACFlight )
The Navy DOES Want Dop e Com FafrJax Drug Awareness Team" Baggage


To Help Drug Users Jax The following is a ,
On;': message from CIN-
By CLANTFLT: .
AE3 R.L Cat.han Federal Aviation
Drug Awareness Team Regulations AFM 75-8 and '
Jax -When It comes to drug Information and the impact of drug DopeHashish MAC Manual 76-1 require
abuse on society, the amount of literature written on this subject is M .. that the dimensions of A
almost infinite. The reasons for writing such Information are as accompanied hand
varied as the different pamphlets and books themselves. baggage will not exceed
The U.S. Government is probably the biggest supplier of drug information 9x13x24 inches. .
and the Navy is one of the biggest customers. is a concentrated form of marijuana and is However,during a recent
The message usually presented is that all drugs not already accepted about 5 to 10 times stronger than ordinary marijuana. MAC observer trip, it was ;
or legal are going to be dangerous either to your health or to noted that over 10
those who may be effected by your actions while under the influence of passengers on one MAC
these drugs. I flight had "oversized"accompanied
However,the way the information is put out is a little hard for somepeople NAS Traffic ViolationsJax hand
to swallow! and therefore,it may not get to the people who needit baggage which could not be
the most. -The following is a reportof warnings; one was dismissed; placed under the
This is not to say that all the information distributed by the govern motor vehicle accidents and none were fined (U.S. passenger's seat.
ment is incorrect or unreliable. It is, however, often biased in some traffic violations for the period of Magistrate); and three were These "oversized" bags
areas or needs to updated to reflect current social and scientific February 28 March 5. referred to commanding officers had to be converted to
research In the drug field. Number of Accidents for possible disciplinary action. "checked baggage" and
When it comes to relating drug Information or dealing with drug This period Twelve drivers were assessed placed in the baggage
users, the Navy Isn't as stubborn or hard-headed as some believe. thirty-four traffic points. compartment of the air-
Progressive programs are currently underway.The This period 3 craft.
new Drug Care Centers will provide counselling service, This period a year ago 4 This procedure is not
referral services and support local rehabilitation efforts. Total accidents this year 60 Japanese authorities give up to only frustrating to the
The Drug Awareness Teams are educational bodies providing unbiased Total accidents through. this seven years In prison for passenger but also greatly
current information on drugs and the drug scene. The Drug period last year 52 marijuana use or sale, and up to inconveniences and
Exemption Program provides a means by which people with drug Total number of days since last 10 years in prison for any other operates a hardship to the
problems can seek help without fear of prosecution.To injury in a motor vehicle accident type of dangerous drug. passenger.
some Individuals, these programs may be a little confusing and 10
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for that Number of days since an injury ------------------------
reason,some people tend to distrust themPThe confusion and
distrust stems from the fact that these programs are brand new and last year at this time 170 i I
the information in the past has been either inaccurate or biased. Number of Violations as-
Barring all the doomsdayers and cynics, there has been a kind of This period 81 I I J
enlightendness about dealing with the problem of drugs in the Navy. Speeding 15Reckless
Truthful, unbiased and reliable information is at present being in- driving 2 I ADVANCE SCHOOLS, INC. I
corparated into these programs, as well as sincere and concerned Going through stop sign 8 I
personnel to staff these programs.So Other violations 56 SiS BEACH BLVD., PH. 7244171, JACKSONVILLE 322U I
,at long last, if you want reliable information on drugs, or if you Twenty-six drivers appeared I Accredited Member National' Home Study Council II
have a drug problem,one of these programs may be the answer. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
March 9. Disposition of the []ELECTRICITY QMOBILE ENGINE SERVICE I
cases Included the following:
Twelve lost driving and I [BOOKKEEPING .
Drug Help parking privileges aboard the I
station for various periods; five
were assigned to complete an I OREFRIGERATION-AIR CONDITIONING I
eight-hour course in remedial
EXT. I
2990 driving; eleven received ALL COURSES VA APPROVED I
suspensions; three were given ,, I Training by audiovisual aids, assignmentsand work kits II

NAME :

Government Personnel Mutual I ADDRESS. CITY II


Life Insurance .Company'specialist I STATE ZIP'PHONE .I

in service to the military' ...----------------------

JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVEJIM

RICHARDSON

Cdr., USN (Ret.)

1165 Jacksonville Jonathan 32225 Rd. New look. New go.

eppIy tar-"r IadII"y IIenIIItI. Tel: 724-6833
Thei.lit_1Nmlon.JwtIIwct, can IInIdrfIItInI
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: 8 BUY TWO PIZZAS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE S pq
:" ':Jr WITH THIS COUPON : 80S Sport Coupe. F

: -c; Good At- These Pizza Huts Only: ..

m' 4218 BLANDING BLVD. 772-0662 .
.
: 5800 SAN JUAN AVE. 384-5694 Exciting new-generation car. New, young
: c. 644 HWY.17 ORANGE PARK 264-5631 II 1)) ..' styling Economically powerful 1600-cc
U" overhead cam engine Hi-back bucket ;

: NCAA BASKETBALL ON NBC-Tv., : Center seats console Front disc More.brakes Tinted glass '

,- MIH4ZOA
Be sure to send out for plenty of our pizza to enjoy while you watch exciting ) 0
: N.C.A.A.Basketball on N.B.C., brought to you by our nearby Pizza Hut. .

.' Saturday, March 18-Two afternoon, Saturday, March 25 -Two afternoon 'j \ c a Mazda Southside Motors !,
: Thursday, March 23-One night CHECK YOUR NEWSPAPER FOR TIME AND CHANNEL :' \,
... HOME OF THE ROTARY ENGINE
: Bring this Coupon :
.. 3220 Phillips Hwy., Jacksonville, Tel. 3987336r ;

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6 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER
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VA Helps To Provide EvaluatePersonal I

I

Dependents' EducationJax


Some 3,000 wives,widows manent. It Affairs
and children of Florida veteransare The wife and the children of a
expected to recieve Veterans serviceman also qualify while he N
Administration payments, up to is a prisoner of war or missing in CIIAMPUS beneficiaries and
$175 per month,by going to school action for more than 90 days. their sponsors owe it to them.
during this fiscal year, accordingto The program includes 36 selves and their pocketbooks to
Odell W. Vaughn, Director of months of schooling or the evaluate their personal affairsat
the St. Petersburg VA Regional equivalent of 36 months if the regular intervals, accordingto
Col hel Edward A. Turrou
Office. ,
student is enrolled part-time.
The education allowance is in Generally, children must be Legal Counsel for the Civilian
Health and Medical Program of
addition to other Veterans Ad-
between 18 and 26 years of age.
Uniformed Services. This
includes
ministration benefits the Individual the *
Wives and widows are eligible
might be eligible for. 1976 eight seeking legal assistance,
through Nov. 30, or
at charge at
available no most
Based on the first half of 1972, years from the date the veteranwas
installations before
VA expects enrollments for the first found to have a per- : military tering into health insurance, contracts en.
current fiscal year to include manent or total disability or from and discussing their
,
2,500 children and 500 wives and the date of his death from these health insurance programs with

widows. causes, whichever is later. _competent insurance counselors.
Training under the program The veteran's death or
may be taken in schools and disability could have resulted "This evaluation is necessary
colleges only, and it may be full- from any period of service after so as to take full advantage of
time or part-time. the beginning of the Spanish- i 't r fJL benefits already provided to uni-
Persons eligible for the American War on April 21, 1898. formed services families by the
educational assistance includethe NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL-Lt. Louis B. Loughren, JAG, law. Many private health insur-
wives,widows and children of Complete information on the USNR, Legal Assistance Officer on the Staff, COMFAIRJAX,receives ance contracts for example,"
veterans who die from service educational assistance program, the Navy Achievement Medal from RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, says Colonel Turrou, "have co-
connected causes or those is available at local VA offices COMFAIRJAX. Lt. Looghren's wife, the former Sandy Breetholle, ordination of benefits or exclusionary
whose service connected and from local veterans service assists RAdm. Geis.Attention. clauses which make
disabilities are' total and per organizations. CHAMPUS first pay. This could
HM and DT'sJax mean that some insurance policy
holders are making premium
3826 payments to duplicate benefits
edrl Q rlCs
BLANDING All qualified Regular The Naval Examining Board that are already available to
411111'iIUL l'Iri't1 dlI .1111111111h I IM KII who considers each applicant'sperformance the beneficial
Navy HM and DT personnel them through legislation
I BLVD. I are in pay grade E-6 or above motivation, that brought CHAMp.US .
PHONE 771-9343 may seek an appointment to educational achievement, OSB into existence."
commissioned status in the test score, and professional
OPEN A.M. CHAMPUS
EAT IN 11:00: TAKE OUT "Under the
examination score.
7DAYSAWEEKFREE Health Care AdministrationSection Army lawyer continues, "the
of the Navy's Medical Government already guarantees
Service Corps.Selections The deadline for initiation of payment of 75 per cent of the
COKESPECIAL for appointment are your request for the OSB reasonable charges for author
determined by a Naval examination is August 1 of the ized outpatient services pro-
Examining Board appointed by year preceding the fiscal year in vided by civilian sources of care
SUNDAY ONLY with each FISH & CHIP ORDER
the Chief of Naval Personnel. which desire appointment.
you after the' retiree meets the annual -
deductible, and a 75 per
cent share of all authorized hospital -
POW..MIABraceletOn and related inpatient
c charges. This leaves only 25 per
J cent as the retiree's costsharing -
{ IhcomeTaxKeturnsSSiJPPLUS Sale At Personal ServicesWe portion." /
: Colonel
"In view of these'factl, -
Turrou continues, "retirees
should take a good hard look at
Offer the Largest Selection of any health insurance programin

24' WIDE Mobile Homes in N. Florida! which, which does they not may take be into enrolled account ,

We aIso represent 27 Manufactuers of 12'wide models. the fact that the retiree
and his authorized dependents
We rode for
nstantl x Bilfic/ Goats An.thinRFrom Most All Models and are already covered under the
to Battleships! Floor Plans IN STOCK"" CHAMPUS for the major por-
tion of medical costs they may
See US TODAY incur."
For complete selection! "In particular," Colonel Tur-

Refund"Plan LVA Bank Savings and Loan rou notes "uniformed person-
nel should be aware of the many
-T-o* LongJermIQ
/ Financing CHAMPUS supplementary cov-
1
I JJ" erage programs that are available -
from private sources at
relatively low cost from numerous
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS uniformed services oriented
1. L 'r'to MILITARY and CIVIL SERVICE Personnel organizations., Utilization of
these plans,with premium costs
ST.
JOHNS
.. MOBILE HOMES geared to the retiree's 25 per

Beneficial Finance offers a complete tax preput- BACK AT 6263 1 ROOSEVELT BLVD.. OUR ORIGINAL LOCATION cent eost-sharing portion under
tion service-Including its famous "Instant Ta/ ,the CHAMPUS, rather than
Refund'Plan. I toward the full cost of medicalcare

( If you have a refund coming,you don't A that may be required, can
J have to wait weeks for a Government If provide exceptional dollar health
< check.: The instant you qualify for a loajl, >' ,;. care values for the budget mind-
I Beneficial will lend you the,equivalent I f S'p ed retiree.
\ of your refund,in cash,Instantly! / r.; .

Beneficial Income Tax Service is set up especially r
for the typical American family. Your tax re- '
turn information it calculated and triplecheckedfor \( 'i. :t. CHARLES APARTrEfTIWITH
the lowest tax by one of America's most ,. n THE
modern computer services. HAWKINBERRY

Even if you don't have Beneficial prepare your > 6/ujunmincpopL/
I return,you can.still l qualify for a Beneficial' 5525 PHILLIPS HIGHWAY
""Instant Tax Loan Just call up or ,- PH.737-4500 RnD
.come in! Remember: you're good for more at GOOD LIFE:
Beneficial. Offices everywhere. Open all year. THE
Act now. Avoid the rush! Specials This Week! FRom $120.

One 1970 240 ZW, 4 Speed, Green$3795 yjiewood

BeneficialIncomeTax ,66 Datsun Pick up $895 -
Road
'2045 Jamme ,
Two 71
Datsuns
p.ck. Trucks $2095
,. up Jacksonville
\10 01101110"! from
Service 72 Datsun 1200 coupe $2175 \ Out Roosevelt

A SenkoltilIat.dtJSp"> DatSUn Blvd. light on San ;
71
.Wagon, Air, 4 Speed $2350 Junn 'to Jammes Then

LOANS UP TO *600 69 TOyOta Sedan, Corona Auto Air $1695 ,loll \to apartments.. : '

Btntflcio! Finance Co.of Jacksonville For complete' into call\

5635 ROOSEVELT 5059 NORMANDY BLVD.VeNETIA BLVD. PHONE VILLAGE 384 4595 SHOP.CTR. GORDON THOMPSON 1 781-3818' ,1,1J
Next to Wlnn Dixie Phone 384.9374
5 other Beneficial offices serve the Jacksonville Area ,, ....
See phone book white pages for nearest office 5525 DATSUN' PHONE AIIIEM rANAGErNT. CO .
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(0 1972.Beneficial CupoatlcM PHILIPS HWV .1..41.t "JC1'COfl"'UU"
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AMERICAN SERVICENTERS
: TAKE OUTORDERS-DINING ROOM .:\
1948 Blanding Boulevard '" c PREMIUM BEER-CHOICE CUT STEAKS ,,...+ PHONE: 244-4VOO +or mn .
tHIUtANCl PHONE 38W38No ITALIAN SANOWICHES-SPAGHETTI EIectronichee1.BalantInp/ ; 'It ,
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4 % J Sun. Thurs. 4 pm 11-30: pm S&1l OREEN st M'P$ ;
k1F; ; '} ,9,9..t.et:: caught shortnBUY'NOW! :. .: 0 y Friday 4 pm 12:4 am With AU Purcl\ae* : .' I
\t STATE'PARMMUTUALALMO8 LE INSU ANd :o.( ; "' @ Closed Tuesdays Saturday 4 pm 12:45: am .4.441 SAN JUAN AVE,,...,.;::'.: :\,;!:,, .;
wi L:.:', \ :.'HomeO/tlre/ : Bloomingtonltiinai' .' 3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 .201 Hwy ORANGE PARK .?, :
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Plck-Up Delivery : ,:Tam WUder'USNRefJt I .. NO+ ri6 t ;v;- (Y..,:::::" WELCOME HERE
4710 SAN JUAN AVE. PHONE JI7-JISS :;.St.;: ,East)of 29$: PHONE 71218\;: 5 "WC BILL THE BEST BE.RVICC THE Rt T" j\
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:>,*f.{OF.F'CIAL' ; fATErVEHICLE'INSPECTION. .... ;:. ", ." ''" ..... .d. U .. ...\\/1-.."';}k< ALL YOU CAN EATII IB' i' A.s'i, .. ,< : :;: ;
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OPEN DAYS A WEEK-8 AM TO8 PM C o-3ie rtkasks"r1eltlCf4"lalafc, ltlGiRt'' } ? iT; I "YOUR MOBILE HOME SHOPPING CENTER"

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Tires-Batteries-Front End Service
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CHAMPION 6 FREE PICKUP DELIVERY
FLEETWOOD 'SH.4.'rktTC 'Wi
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Cabbage, Pork Cutlets with March
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What's in a name? Though we all affectionatelyand however, willingly chosen this
to determine whether we somewhat logically slip into particularly difficult arena in
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-4 ,.. will wind up "running the defensive that "I am a which to find and act our
machine and coffee WAVE' through no conscious womanhood,nor will it make that
J'IwryEOMPNETTS attempt,we are asking Navymento often fuzzy line we must walk
how Capt. Robin think that we are in the "ladies between professionality and
the Assistant Chief of auxiliary of the U.s. Navy" or feminity any easier to see.'"
for Women, something less than a full status So,"Sailors,"better watch how
her feelings toward the member of the Navy. That getsus you address the "WAVES!"
nickname WAVES. as Capt. Quigley said, in the
misnomer which, situation where we will "continueto As for directing the WAVES,
I i.edther women, is as demeaning wind up running the ditto it's not true because ((1) there'sno
EN 'Sailor.' machine and coffee mess. at that WAVES and ((2) she directs

FRS latest and "Last" COMSTA." nothing.
to all women, Capt. Quigley has discontinued
While she is not "ordering" us
) encouraged all girls to give up this favorite using the "gravely misleading
title/ She is the Assistant Chief
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modifier, she added that "It
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L.E'W ) meant Women the increased professionalstatus "I do not make things happen"
for Volunteer and image that will result. she says. "I advise on matters
Service."There U
no However, giving up on WAVES concerning women..but my
rate, Identifiable
Welcome to the Club of does not mean giving up being advice is not always. heeded or
women or woman, "no way," said the needed.
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Captain. "Each woman must
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womanhood within her own Individual
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her own femininity and how she, great many professionally'dedicated
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Donors Day. Brown, R.A. Day, L.J. ,, Civilian Personnel and and always will be basically a
All employees aboard the E.A.Hunter,J.J.Ihler,W. Departments man's profession. We have (Con't on page IS)
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I You'ro Invited To Meet 'The Golddiggers' I

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Angeles, Bergenfield, N.J., Revere, Mass., Houston,
Baltimore, London, Ontario and Rahway, N.J have m i

common?
Those are the home towns of "The Golddiggers", the
nation's most famous all-girl troupe who appear next

week at station clubs.

How they all found their way to After finishing her freshman
Hollywood and an audition for the year of college, she competed in
famed organization is proof the Miss Alabama contest and
and wound up a finalist.
positive that for the dancing
singing cutie up the block from While working at Alabama
live, there's still a International Motor Speedway
r where you opportunity in show blue.yed, brown-haired Jimmiwas
v golden
r business. asked to pose with movie
= Jimml Cannon star Robert Blake and nationally
A ij Anyone from such a musical. known race driver Richard Petty
j A sounding town as Sylacauga, for a still picture to be used for an
Alabama, just had to be insert for a movie on stockcar
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musically Inclinedand Jimmi racing.
Cannon definitely is. The movie people liked the
She studied piano for 11 years picture so well they flew her to
and voice an additional four Dallas where she appeared in the
before entering high school and movie.
had the lead in several school She auditioned for the Gold-
,
A musicals including "Oklahoma"and diggers in 1971, was successful
"Carousel" (Con't on page )
11)I

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( from page 10)) Golddiggers and she
says plans to
\ and realized her life's dream. return to school "sometime in the Susan Lund
future" but To Susan Lund, the huge space ,
Jackie Chidsey not until she avails
herself center a* Houston was as much a I
of all
If you're a young man the outside training
I you show home as the nieghborhood 4
.j 1 "Join the Navy and see the business can give her. playground is to other \
r World." Tanya Della Fave !
If you're a talented This tall (5W) brown-eyed youngsters. I
redhead brown-haired Her father is a pilot stationed at (
from Stamford, Conn., you another Golddigger is the center, but the stage-not the :
i "become a" Golddigger and see parents' of the show troupe whose sky-was Susan's goal and at the L4hfi ; ::1 .
business
the world.
age of five she began taking
j That's what Jackie Chidsey did background made it almost preordained dancing lessons.

j and neither she nor the group had front of the that she would end up in After high school, she appearedat
a sorry moment about the move. footlights. camera or behind the the Houston Music Center and

I Like most of the other Gold- Born in was spotted by the Golddiggers
I diggers, Jackie started dancing Tanya's Bergenfield, N.J., choreographer. The chor-
I lessons at an early age (five) and tortionist mother who was a con- eographer looked, liked what he
later branched out into toured with usa saw and
acting Shows and Susan became a
I where she took part in several acrobatic also worked as an Golddigger.Her ,
dancer rw
theatre at Radio City
community productions.All .
Music ambition?
Hall. Her father is an
through school Jackie
kept Someday to have her own I
up the dancing and acting lessons accomplished drummer who comedy series. II I
plays in
nightclubs
around
and while on a vacation trip to the hometown. his Francie Mendehall

I West Coast spotted an audition If father owns theatre
"I've been exposed to show your a ,
I notice for the original Gold- business all my life. It IS my it's only natural that you're going
j diggers.She life to act, dance and sing.
says Tanya, who first took <
auditioned, got the job, and singing and dancing lessons at Francie performed at her
i today is one of only two original the ripe young age of five-and father's theatre every chance she
girls in the company.Lee has kept them up ever since. had and, when the family moved
Crawford She joined the Golddiggers from Texas to the Catskill
.: Although literally "born" into right out of high school, where Mountain resorts in New York,
show business (her mother was a she had been voted best continued to polish her act.
lookingand
professional dancer and her best actress. In addition to resort per- JIMMY! WJJLM'J ftMalented!!! comic singer, and Impressionist
father a noted screenwriter and will be a part Golddiggers Show at station
Patricia Elayne Gagenheimer formances, she also did TV work clubs.
actor) the green-eyed, blond Patricia Gagenheimer has a ("The Patty Duke Show") and Hairs Rockettes. stock and managed two movie
beauty didn't think she wanted a problem that should happen to appeared in several filmed After moving to California she shorts and two commercials.She's .
show business career-at least not everyone: commercials.Then got her first taste of national also an accomplishedartist

in the beginning.She She really doesn't know what back to Texas-and a television while appearing on the who has been selling her
took ballet lessons as a she does best. welcome to the Golddiggers. "Steve Allen Show" and "The works since the age of 13.
child, but soon quit.It Her skills training included Nancy Reichert .Dating Game."
wasn't until her second year four years of ballet, and two Nancy Reichert knows what it She auditioned for the Gold-
of college that the acting bug bit years each in voice, drama is to win-she was Miss Baseball diggers and the rest is the history Yes !
and she resumed her dancing and production, ice skating and when the Baltimore Orioles were she is writing. We assemble
singing, first on a school level, piano. Before joining' the World Champions, and what it is Janice Whitby
then professionally. Golddiggers she sang and dancedin to lose-she had to lose 12 pounds Canadian-born Janice is unchallenged and adjust
She won >i place with the such productions as "South before she could become a as the top dancer in ;,.t"\ .
Pacific" and "The Boyfriend". Golddigger.She the troupe, expecially when it bikes.
Liz Kelly was all of five years old comes to ballet. '

Although born in Revere, when she started singing and She started dancing lessons at .. *Port .n4 S.rvc.t11AN'S $ .
f URNltURE Mass., this Golddigger moved to dancing in front of TV camerason the age of four and has been tip
a Baltimore talent show. toeing through life ever since.
Kansas City, Mo. at an early age,
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: > CECIL SPORTS The following poem was written by W.L. Alexander-on'fhebackofa' .
--Jj shelter during
I.' :.: ..-:' chocolate bar wrapper In a bomb
I' :;: By DTC J.D. Brewster

b : .. .. .. .. .. ....... .. ... ........... .... .... .
, ......'.. ...... .. -- .............. . ; We dying for you (In far-off places,
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. Dying, that you may be free. '
be (558, 187-180-182)); Dale Howard Dying alone, and so far from home,
' in 6ND (536, 185-183)); Dick Gesezbracht, The price of your liberty. ?
. The 6ND the known (536,233)); Jay Bondgren (532,
. nament to be ..
171-199)); Mark Bryand (527. 212)); We don't mind doing the dying,
will insure
March 20
t on All Bob Samu (519, 176-183)); Alan But as our life's blood ebbs away ''. '.
r largest ever games. Duncan (516,180-171)) and Gerald Our last worldly thought will wondering be,
( urged to at-
participate Watkins ((504, 185-170)). Will the world be the better some day? "
N&MCRTC, as possible, The new Tuesday Night \

Athens, NAS American League will commence leave behind, '. ::
It's to whom we
you
Atlanta NAS A roll-off up
: held last with a meeting to be held at the Let not our sacrifice be in vain. .. ,t..' ,;''
Glynco, station on March 21 at 1000. life's blood, 4 /
gym Your freedom was gained by our
the final
NAVSTA
pin
Memphis). found Competition will commence at And it flowed ,free as rain. \?r:, /.
1700, March 28.
The of the heap Cecil Field Men's Scratch : \>1 *.
round robin 2716. The We've died in agony in jungle swamps "; .. '
League: High sets were tossed We've down in the raging sea. ,
total 2nd with gone .
playing a '
gym.:0
by ( guessed it) Dale Howard ,,
tanks >
you
team compiling in back of We've cooked alive in burning ., > I. ,
loss record will frustrated (573-224)); 0" Osier (557-211); But you, dear ones,.are free. :
the to the Beau Beaudry (547-201)); Arlie ., :
regionals by > t" K t.
the following. Skidmore Blount ((534-191)); Graz Graziano Some of u? flew to meet our death, A,:", .
(519-201) Ken Seals (516-191) '*. v
Nine runnerup ; ; And some are hideously maimed. ;$; .
Tom Gilmore (512-189) Dave .
:
; in :
with So don't forget one day peace
daily starting pin a .
Silver (510-190)) and "Boo"Booher : ,
would be chain'd. -- "
On Friday finishers (506-176)). But for us you y I ,
will be hosted ((4th), 2579, V.4 *
following the ( 2567, Dizzy SOFTBALL We've asked for nothing for ourselves, *. ::; 1 ,...
still needed to '
Umpires are '
Trophy ( ) The last slot We've gone, and even as the clay. ;, -
officiate in the up-coming softball "'
'
made during by the El But for our dear ones we only ask : .
.
season. To repeat the in better .,- .
banquet.Participating. rolled a That they live a day. ".
All need
qualifications: you is .' 'tj '
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reasonable eyesight and <. '.:
pected to : Bud So you, and you, who stayed behind", .* ,,>' s*
elephantine hide. Classes in rules :* .
ask and
Sunday, and ); Arlie We humbly pray
interpretation and mechanicswill '
the feel of our ); Mike Smith That our loved ones may live in peace, v
be held. Interested personnelare And none shall say them nay. '. ., .. ,', *.
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invited to contact Mr. -f-T: |
McGuckin at the station gym or ." '"::;: .
QUESTIONS We're dead! Our names soon forgotten, [
.
call extension 498. *
Our battle-flags are furled. ***
Let not in vain be the blood we shed,

ABOUT LOANS? ., For us make a better World.

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WELL ANSWER THEM.No ".' '. :.. \ Pfc.Wallace L.Alexander
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( names, No sales pitches,) "With the Canadian Army- Overseas."
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Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on
BY
your mind-about payments rates, anything. For quick St. ,Patrick's Day
courteous answers call us today. We won't ask your nameor .
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t '2X60 MOBILE HOME '71 KAWASAKI 350 ENDURO

HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY For Sate: 2 BR, Front kit., 8 miles Very good condition Hooker ex-
Publisher e CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING from NAS/ In Orange Park. 264 3139. pans ion sham ber. 2U. 9Safter 5 PM.

: MOBILE
HOME LOT FOR RENT 1960
JAXAIRNEWS = Private v* acre. 2 miles from Cecil Halftone CHEVROLET.
pickup, 384 3658
Jacksonville' = CALL 388-2755 Field. .
-- ---- ---
Ads Should 70BSA441CCVictor
be
LATWINGER = TueSday for publication mailed to the arrive fOllowing not later than TRANSPORTATION special. $700 or best offer.
Thursday.
Ads
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE arriving too late for,this deadline will be Phone 725.2415.
g published
the
PUblisher Is fOllowing week unless the BOAT.1971 BONITO 17'
Instructed
otherwise. A check VOLKSWAGENS 85 H.P. Johnson
mon y order for or trailer, top and
received the full cost of the ad must be' 100 PERCENTGUARANTEED curtains, speedometer compass, 24
4747 San Juan Avenue 1 WITH the COpy for the Id. USED DOMESTICS gal. tank. Must sell, sacrifice. 398-
100 PERCENTGUARANTEEDFinancing 9825.
Jacksonville Florida S RATEs minimum
,
chargeU lines)
Per $2.00 and full coverage, insurance
additional line(1 words per line) .SO also available. 1968 Ford, AT, AC, PS, $995
JOHN JENKINS USMC Ret. 1967 Monoco 2 dr, HT, AC, $795
Office 725 0911 Res 264.4214 1967 Valiant, AT, AC, $595
--;-.........- _-- .' ;' 1966 Ford, AT, V8, $595
h"
04 Little
or no down pymt.
ORTEGA HILLS Royce Smith Used Cars
'EMPLOYMENTDATA
REAL 1971 PINTO
ESTATE Brick 3 BR, 2 BA, Fla. room, wood 890 Cassat Ave. 384.3658
Exec.
shape. 31 miles gal. $1525.
firs, Cen. A8.H, exec. cond. $23,000. per
772.3211, Ext. 408-409 or 772-0510. '
7366 Plnevllle Dr. Call owner, Morrill. 68 RENAULT R-10
PROCESSING TRAINEES WE BUY& SELL EQUITIES days, 7723311 25,000 miles,
Even., #<<44157. "" straight stick, good
Women needed as DP trainees Im- Call us for quick service. USED CARS FOR SALE cond., $895. 7722851.
med.openings. Good hours. 388.8512, Morrison I. Taylor, Inc. RENTAL HOMES FOR SALE '
Mr. Gatley. 4541 Wesconnett Blvd. 2BR.3BR&4BR 65 Mustang $475 MT-BIRDLANDAU
"'.MM Call 781-3260 '67 Mustang $675 Disc brakes, 6-ply tires, $895. Wife
LADIES URGENTLY NEEDED 737-3844 '68 Olds Delta 88 $850 drives to work every day,can be seen

Nurses aid trainees. HS not req., no HIDDEN WATERS 3 NEW BIG HOMES 2 door Hardtop in parking lot in Orange Park. PhoneS
Black '68 VW 282.S316, Green Cove .
age limit. 3566833, Creek, Canal or Lake lots Immediate Occupancy $ SprlnQs.1f71INTERNATIONAL
_
available. Excellent fishing, Varlng, 3.4 Br. '66 Pontiac Bonneville '$475
TAXI DRIVERS boating, 2-24 b., all central '
Chau, lic..2Syearsorolder. All shifts. wooded swimming.lots.Mobile E-Z terms.Home area. High, heating and AC. Deluxe kitchens, 2 door Hardtop CODY'S USED CARS -ton pickup, long bed. $400 1110 and 29 ....
One
Prefer exp. Apply Holiday Inn, Lake Asbury on No. 209, mile E. carpeted.In Some with flreplaces..AII 10430 NEW KING'S ROAD payments of $80 or trade for good
Orange Park. 3992. LaRue. 725- lovely South Wood, lust across the 764-7459 transportation vehicle. Howland,
bridge In Mandarin.$36000.$39000. Cecil Ext. 1161.

HELP WANTED'FEMALE As little as 10 percent down. -.--

Telephone solicitor, no collections, 3 & NEWHOMES We also build to order.L. .
4
no BR, 2 baths,
Built in
; Range, .Walter Benamin| ,Inc.
credit. Paid by commission. Call 771. Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,900
4002 for' Information. up. Realtors 2i8-550
Must be ar FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy. - -.
ticulate. Edw. O. Lyon Broker. 3845354.WEREPRESENTMANY.

DOCTOR NEEDS YOU RENTALSORANGE One otike WbrWs

To be his medical ,recpt. No exp. of the
Navy Personnel Interested In
needed. No age limit. 356.6833.
purchase of ,land for future PARK
use or 2
NAVY WIVES profit. Also homes of value, FHA or BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dish

Put your skills to work. Interesting VA financed, In all sections of city. Aots.washer 771.1405, Drapes or, 7713355.Carpets, Elizabeth TIN BEST CARS

assignments for keypunches, typist, Please contact Tom Brooker, US
secretary, dictaphone operator, Navy Retired your interested
clerks, bookkeepers.HIGH protected
PAY NO FEE WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA, BEING TRANSFERRED?
CALLNORRELL INC. Let ,a retired Navy man who understands
396.5371 Realtors YOUR problems manage
389-5514 771.2082 the rental of your house until you
GETTING CAUGHT IN THE RIF return to Jax.Bartleson AP!

Retiring, or lust need a record Income Offers PRESCOTT,ARIZONA O'Neill & Payne, Inc. ;: &
best
climate In '
!? We have a place for you as a Historic the state. 1147 So. Edgewood Ave.
old ranch developed Into 2.
distributor with above average In- 388.9311WILMAR
acre homesltes
come. Call 388-0923 for appt.MISCELLANEOUS. near Prescott
National Forest. Two acres: $1995 _
low terms. For full details write Mrs.
A.L. Young Glenarm Land Co., 2233 APARTMENTSAir
Conditioned, 2 bedroom,
North 7th St., Phoenix 85006. Living
room, Kitchen, Bftstnook, parking
A RECORDED MESSAGE BY A GREEN COVE SPRINGS space for 2 cars, water, sewage,
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells Heath Rd. 'II acre 8 home $8,500 garbage, lawn service. Furnished 63 MERCEDES 220s1

you how you may become a Lot on U.S.16&home ,7,500 $120., Unfurnished 100. plus 4 per.
DISC JOCKEYCall Spring& Highland Sts. 9,250 cent sales tax. 387 2541 weekends, 389-
JSS-2M4 any hourVAAPPROVED Walnut of fOakrldge 6.500 0744. 4 door, automatic, radio heater, reclining seats
Julia of fOakridge 11,500
509 St. Johns 11,500
HOUSE FOR RENT
For Veterans andlervlcemenGEORGE'S
310 Orange St. Bus. 100x135' Check Whitehouse 2 BR, recently '
KENNELSEst. 10 acres on US 41.Romeo 32.500 remodeled, kitchen equip. Dead-in
$17,500 Mobile Home Lots $13OuOAlso street. Call 353 4338. '
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Mary $990WESTSIDE -
several lots In Lakeside Hills
Pick & Available.
up Delivery
Call for Mr. Parks
Grooming, &
Deflealng Bathing. FLA. STATEWIDE REALTY MOBILEHOMESMHLOT
Mastetcharge & BankAmerlcard
Realtor 389.4506
accepted. Visitors weJcome. 5085 MLS
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064.
3QUARTER ACRE LOT
House & Income apt. Assume mor.
FOR RENT
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape tgage, $85.00 a mo. Balance 'due, Private Lot. '2 miles from Cecil Field.
$5200. Pay small percent of equity, 7729159.
players; at dealers' cost to
liquidate 'cash,$3500 total, $8700. Call 771-8740
stock. Full warranty I Phone 711.0 09. .
for appt. VA FINANCINGNo .

SINGER ZIG-ZAG HOUSE FOR SALE money down on New Star Mobile
Sewing machine like new Balance West Jax, Rolling Hills, 4 BR, Family Home. Ask for Ted or Bob. VOLKSWAGEN INC.. .
$43. or $8. per month. Phone 398.1683 room,central air and heat,ww carpet, B A J Mobile Homes .

between 10AM 7M.LIVE garage Phone ,781-4810 mortgage at 51/4 percent. 3738 Philips 398-8926 Hwy.. ,ITSO LANE: :AVE.,. ;SO,,. PHONE. "las5tt. ." '':

CRABS CASH JUSTUS TRAILER PARK :OPENDAILYBTO830-SATURDAY= ."T05':
Wilford's Fish We buy, sell and trade equities.
Camp 1 Qtr. mile SUNDAYITOPMvvl
No. of NAS, Clean '
Modern : 'n.
264-9707 Louise T. Bailey trailers n. .
and apts.3893007..
771.3605 Broker

.._u .u _INCOME TAX
'iau 1-2634: for appointment.
Military Tax Service. 3731 Rendale

Or. NOTICE MOBILE HOME BUYERS !

Mending, sewing and alterationsdone. .
:3845177..


LAWN MOWING call Hart i EDGING BANK RATE ORNO We Do The WH-0-0-0-L THANG !


771-3211 Ext.8340 MONEY DOWN

TYLER'S HEATING ft AIR COND. )f J ACRE LOTS, $30 A MONTH 270 LOTS TO CHOOSE FROM.

Heaters.Central and Clean Wall 4. Furnaces.repaired. Space Lake OPEN SUNDAY 1.7 THE ONLY MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION IN JAX.

Shore 4711 Palmer' 388.5161

SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED TO COUNTY CODE

GRUNDIOTK-4
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408 Tape:409 recorder.or 7720510.$150. 771.3211, Ext. )> WELLS DUG 4 PUMPS INSTALLED


G.E. AR! CONDITIONING, APPLIANCES & TV'S
FOR SALE CPO BLUES

81-0062.Khakis and. whites. Size 42 reo.- Phone )f 2 ACRES OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MOBILE HOMES
"' '
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ROLL-AWAYBED jr ( NOUE DUPLICATED IN JAX )

Only $25.00. Phone 387-3105.


HAMMOND M-IOO ORGAN ): E 12'WIDES19'WIDES24'WIDESgfstro

$800. Call 724.196 11)I -

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PHONE 264-7900
,
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THE SSS HAULING CO -
Light hauling moving delivery .; -
anytime reasonable, 781-3260. -.
rYES, IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME OUT TO : 1101136S.inc.


.13 SPIRATONE elements, range AUTO 85mm'ZOOM to LENS 210mm, ONE MILE SOUTH OF. ORANGE PARK HIGH SCHOOL, _ON BLANDING BLVD.I .

Pistol grip,carrying case, F4 J. $75 or

best offers 772-3067,jv\r Valez. .. ..-......-.... .--





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Your Dental Health [VolunteersNeeded


Gum Disease CausesEDITOR'S I


Jax Volunteers are being
NOTE: The following article is one of a series being } aL sought to man units that will be a
presented by the Jax Air News in cooperation with the Dental 'W part of the forth-coming increasein

Department: 5tV units homeported overseas.
In the last article, the nature of periodontal disease was described.In q { r The plans to homeport more
today's article,the causes of this disease are discussed.The !IIi and
fleet units in overseas areas
form of disease results principally from
common periodontal
the need to man these units with
the action of bacteria, tartar and! food particles. When food debris volunteers was announced by
remains on the teeth,bacteria grow in large numbers. ; :,,,
Zumwalt Chief of
Elmo ,
substance that forms a film on the L i1 : h, Adm.
Some of them produce a sticky in recent
Naval Operations, a
teeth. Trapped in the film are many bacteria, and also dead cells, 'j NAVOP Message.
of food and substances from the saliva. .
particles ,
:. taken
These steps are being ,
The sticky mass is called bacterial plaque,the same plaque that was to the to
according message,
described in earlier articles dealing with tooth decay. intervals and
Most scientists feel that certain bacteria living in the plaque give off ( reduce deployment time lessen the
products which cause the gums to become inflamed and the bone and ,I at the same that frequent
soft tissue supporting the teeth to be destroyed. impact
has the in.
If the bacterial plaque is not removed from the teeth,it will start to deployments on
harden (calcify) in two days to two weeks after it has formed. AEC WILLIAM WASHAHSKI Is piped ovtr tht side at NATTC. 'Chief dividual (senior and junior,
.
Two of the substances from the saliva-calcium and phosphate-form Wishalfski had been an Instructor at AE"B?' School. married and single)
For all Navymen,this will open
the teeth.
deposits Tartar on formation is much like the formation of coral. A layer of live new horizons and create greater

bacteria calcifies, which in turn is covered by another layer, which opportunities for adventure in
foreign countries. For the
calcifies and J"J.
so on.
t# All the while, the bacteria living on the surface are giving off their ";,,'_''' '. married Navyman homeported
"
"" overseas, it will mean greater
"I'r .:
r toxic
products. .. f
Other conditions that are thought to lead to periodontal disease are \. l, : .... opportunity to enjoy family life
tours since extended
teeth to drift out of I : : on sea
crooked teeth; loss of teeth, which causes other : .
r caused
.
family separations by
increasing and grinding the teeth during sleep. '
position; age; ,
'
Faulty restorations and fixed and removable partial dentures ..... .'' ,.: :,,: li: ;, \ .. .:" ;, J{ eliminate will be
.
provide convenient places for the bacteria and food debris to collect. .dtl
Certain systemic diseases predispose the individual to periodontal f' i' It is expected that this forward

disease. It has been suggested that those who suffer severely from i "i : ; ;;;itf; ; deployment program will increase -
Fleet readiness and add
periodontal disease in their twenties or thirties should be examined fora ;' : a
possible pre-diabetic condition.The L''? new dimension of satisfaction to

disease may be aggravated by hormonal changes related to : Navy life for those who par
Officers and enlisted
ticipate.
the .
stress, pregancy or menopause.It '
,
should be emphasized that the conditions which contribute to ,, I.j, ( personnel desiring to volunteerfor
.,1 t'
periodontal disease will not cause the disease by themselves.The II .1." .. forward deployment are'
primary cause of the disease is the bacteria living in the plaque. ::1I' \,.* .' ,. urged to make their desires
'''' ,, .ff 1PI known as quickly as possible.For .
I The other conditions may only make the disease more severe. I ;
the proper procedures to

request' forward deployment,
-- check the CNO's NAVOP
PED ASHORE-SHCS Davld L Howell and his wife, Josephine, are Message, Date Time Group
I piped ashore by his fellow Naval Hospital chiefs after completing 22 072015Z March 72.

Income Tax. yean of service. .

: .
Dv toe
measuring mercury
content of glacial snows, scientists :::::
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I : April 15 alteration have discovered of his environmenthas that man's ?' IC ES TO R Lr .......................,

probably of the resulted jn a doubling fHOS :.:.:.:..::.
mercury levels
-"A I ,>.IJuJ r found in ocean food fish. jjj!!!

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r; 5,5 ,... r ; shaving cream.You : ,
:, Met idian, St. Louis
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:' .. .. -.- f : that's moist. Because :' Call your Bas I Airline Ticket 11 ,
it's moisture that Office, or South ern at 7572381.

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WAVESLiberatec|and about other items in
Hands; Navy Times, etc. All intellects and the hearts of
(Con't from Page 9) "....There is human beings, and they know no
no magic boundaries
no of sex.
memorandum was her mystique
which
This
says only a "Adm. Zumwalt has
brought us
.
explained, because woman
she.
last, as has announced a pilot understand can communicate with into the 'Now Navy'....if we .bY
BuPers or properly
counsel women fail
to shoulder the
to suspend the functionsof another woman. If I did
program it
would challenge of
be to change as it affectsus
the Women's RepresentativeWRs cay that no father could to turn that corner with the
Assistants for offer
( ) and wise counsel to rest of the
his Navy, then we will be
) daughter
Women (Asst.W no mother
relegated
-and
soundly rightly so to the

"Instead, you will get com- advise her son..to say that perimeters of this profession Lk
munications about what is new cannot be leaders of men tomorrow and forever. I
women
nor
with women .in the people women leaders of man. )
business from various and > ,1 .
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sundry established professional "I do believe," she continued," IS IT TRUE THAT SOME .';:'.: ,;:":'1 A 'r
that PEOPLE
men and women because ABUSE SEDATIVESAND '.
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channels they are different STIMULANTS .,
may lead by s. d : jlt '91''' '''' i t'f5s
will read about career planningas SIMULTANEOUSLY ;} '\: y }:r::..;, ,
it invlolves women officers in a different methods and with Yes. Although the two typesof
forthcoming issue of the BuPers different emphasis or per drugs have opposite actions, A NEW BAR-L TUg( ) Margaret J. Kopriva receives a new bar from
Officers Newsletter; about a new spective. But over that I lay an some individuals become depend. Capt. Marcella Smith, Chief of Nursing Services,after being promotedto
reorganization in the Enlisted unequivocal belief that the ent upon the combinations. It her present rank by Capt. C.W. Lewis (Right), Naval Hospital CO.House .
Distribution Division which does qualities of leadership we know ,
away with the WAVE Detailer in and respect in our Navy -
the initial issue of the new courage, initiative, loyalty, in- I&u: :

publication Link..Enlisted sight, common sense, .. .,., ec.erias Blandinq Boulevard
Distribution Bulleting imagination Cedar Hills Shopping Center
Personnel ; stem from the of Quality Foods Phone 771 19223
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Scheduling w Every SATURDAY Night is FAMILY NIGHT


Kansas City Convention STEAK 179 Chicken Your choice of&


Jax-The WAVES 30th Anniversary National Convention in Kansas IV Dumplings 79 4; :
City promised to be a fun-filled weekend for Navywomen everywhere I IGHT .. ;
The trouble is not many girls here seem to be interested. Chopped.Steak ':.:'
only been in a few months. The convention is not a
Maybe you've Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato .,.and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter
gathering just for retired WAVES. It's for all WAVES. Share your
interests with other girls like you and make a date to be in Kansas LUNCH 11 AM ti12 PM DINNER 4 PM tile PM

City, August 3-5. Bring your family or friends.
Ens. Carolyn Black, the Educational Services Officer, is coor- Watch For Our JLunchton Meat Special 3 tenti Mon Thru Sat
dinating plans locally and has registration cards available for girls
who want to attend the reunion. Call her at Ext.2596.
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I I Minority EmploymentUp I Most Commission Americans Reports Wouldn'tUse



I Jax-Despite a decline in total the Civil Service Commission and I r Pot If LegalizedJaxAn

Federal employment, both the Federal agencies to assure equal
number jobs and the number of employment opportunity under r overwhelming majority of Americans, adultsas

better paying jobs held by the Executive Order 11378 issued J well as young people,would not use marijuana even if
minority group Americans by President Nixon in 1969.
it were lecal. .. .
continue to increase, the U.s. of tile no
Civil Service Commission In the face of a decline in total That is one of the conclusions of many younger people
announced longer know what to believe.
recently in releasing the Federal employment of nearly a recently conducted survey of believe
results of the Governmentwidesurvey 15,000 jobs between May 1970 and Americans In all walks of life by Many young people others
May 1971,there was a net gain of the National Commission of marijuana causes death;
on minority em
group believe that it is physically ad
ployment conducted last May 31. 1,700 in minority group em- Marijuana} and Drug Abuse. dicting. One in seven of the 12-17
ployment during the same The Commission, appointed by
think that
These gains for minority group period, the Civil Service Com President Nixon to report on year-olds) did not
Americans reflect the efforts of mission said. marijuana and drug abuse, also marijuana possession was
found that drugs are the third illegal.
When asked how society should
most expressed concern as a
national problem by Americans. handle the marijuana issue, 52

VOLKSW, AGENINS..URANCE These facts were contained in a percent of the adults surveyedsaid
release on the Commission's they favored a non-legal

and this month the approach.The .
survey
views of young people in
Commission will issue a complete
report on marijuana use in the the 12-17 year-old) group were
(Representing Gold Crown Insurance Agency) much like those of the adults in

p. NOW AVAILABLE FOR ALL CARS proximately United The survey States. showed 24 that million ap- this Both matter.youngsters and adults

EXAMPLE: Male driver, married, age 23, good record. Americans have used marijuanaat preferred schools as the source of
r Complete coverage Liability: $10 $20 $25 thousands, Full one time or another, but that information about marijuana.In .

: personal Injury protection and full basic property protection. IT' after age 25 use falls ,off rapidly. comparing alcohol and
Comprehensive, $100 deductible, and collision. According to the survey, the marijuana, many surveyed
Above coverage on'70 VW SEDAN$143 ANNUALLY biggest single reason for believed that alcohol was more
: Above coverage on'10 FORD or CHEVY-$162 ANNUALLY IS YOUR uniform looking a discontinuing use of marijuanawas addictive than marijuana.One .
little frayed around the edges loss of interest.
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN Only Imogene Hassall teems to Another fact which came to of the key findings in the
look good in a few rags. She is light through the survey was that survey was that marijuanamay
INC. modeling the latest in care cos there is much uncertainty about be more important as an
tames for a movie. the effects of marijuana and thatVAL'S issue than a substance.
-- "Th._. ..",. I. Aft observable
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Phone 781.5511 1150 Lane Avenue, So. "
disparity, the said "in
-11,1 1t Iti: ; :: i tiim; itI. liS; survey ,
our date between the concept of
BILLIARDSHOURS marijuana and the result of
lS:1i: lirWi1'iY': 'jfr' l a experience with it. The typical

i behavior pattern is to try it and
MON.THRU SAT.OPEN 10:00 AM.CLOSE 12:30AM find that one loses interest in it.

SUNDAY OPEN 3.00PM.........CLOSE.- 12:00: P.M. Of tryers who have become users
I tt r r W V by their own definition, use is far
\ LADIES more likely to be occasional than
FREiYt
I _j ,: WHEN steady, and infrequent rather
ESCORTED than frequent."
;MONDAY
J AAA A. thru THURSDAY However, of those questionedwho
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a r ELEVEN TABLES CARPET FLOOR of the adults and
; 73 percent of the .
ti t.': 4746 SAN IUAN AVENUE PHONE 388.9681 youth said that they would never
use it in the future.
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I Reenlistment Corner I 25' CLOSE-OUT BARGAINS SALES ,



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P .....-, 60 GHIA-coupe Was $295 NOW $140
.-..-..'. 62 PEUGOT Was $295 NOW $190
.. gjIrW =1 65 VALIANT Was $295 NOW $190
k --I 1I 46 VALIANT-Loaded Needs Rings NOW $190
,' w .\'" .:' 63 DODGE-Dart Was $295 NOW $220
r : (. : k'iii > 64 PONTIACV8; AT, RH Was $395 NOW $240
62 MERCURY-2 dr, HT Was $395 NOW $240
't 63 GHIA-coupe, RH Was $395 NOW $270 ..
45 MUSTANG-V8-AT-RH Was $395 NOW $290
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: 60 VW-Sedan Was $395 NOW $290
62 GHIA-coupe, RH Was $495 NOW $320
9 a =11 64 VW-Sedan, yellow Was $495 NOW $370
.. .. 64 COMET-AT-Air-RH Was $495 NOW $370
44 MUSTANG-R&H Was $595 NOW $370
64 VW-Sedan, Black Was $495 NOW $420
HM3 RENEE MULLENS AEC PARREL SCHLEGEL, 45 PONTIAC-GP, RH Was $595 NOW $440
BMC GRADY ASHLEY
reenlisted for two more years at assigned to AE School, shipped 47'CORTINA-GT, RH Was $595 NOW $440
reenlisted
at NATTC. Chief
the Naval Hospital, giving her a over at NATTC. 44 PLYMOUTH-wagon Was $595 NOW $440
Ashley works in the NATTC First
total of five, Lieutenant Division. 65 VW-Sedan, beige Was $595 NOW $440
64 VW-Sedan, air Was $595 NOW $490
66 VW-Square Back Was $695 NOW $490
44 OLDS-88, 2 dr, HT Was $695 NOW $540
44 VW-Sedan, green Was $795 NOW $590 "
.. 49 FIAT-850 Series Was $695 NOW $540
67 MUSTANG'R&H Was $895 NOW $660
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upped at NATTC, where he is qualified SAR crewman, shipped NATTC. He is assigned to AE .
assigned to AE School. over for four years. The School. WAYNE A. SHRUM ..

reenlistment gives ADJl Are Invited to visit and supporthim
Morrison a total of 19
years.
a I his civilian duty station ,

Visit Taiwan with drugs and "
I you can get from six months to BLANDING AGENCY, Inc. ,
two years for possession or use of 5102 Blanding Boulevard"
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NEWEST CONCEPT
marijuana, up to three years in Phone 771.9511
IN APARTMENT LIVING prison for a simple roach holder
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BRAKE LINING We consolidate bills. Pay them off. Cut monthly ,: |'K\:'. 'j. ';;fJ

MOST CARS payments. And still give people extra cash. To handle ,: 4'=

a Slightly Autom.Higher Adj. 18BALL 95 an emergency. For a trip home. Color TV. Whatever. :,' '

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i'II'' t ; JAX SPORTS i. ,ft. VP-5 Drops Out I


.
Of Intramural
I "," ) PlayJax
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a: Nw. ':":.,::;j.::!i::::.:h:*l;."j: i:J:: '::.:;:':;::'.. : :t'
There was quite a turn of for FICEUR.
Jax The NAS Stables will be Conference Room No. 1 in Bldg events in the Intramural VP-162; MARINE BARRACKS
Jax Dixon of the Leftovers
led the- Intramural Bowling closed Monday,March 13 through 1. All members are urged to be Basketball League last week as 0: A forfeit.
Wednesday March 15 as the present. VP-5, who were leading the AIR OPS 55; COMFAIRJAX
i scoring parade last week with a animals stabled there are American League with a 9-0 53: This was a close one all the
235-158-213 for a 604 series. lie scheduled for their annual Intramural record,dropped out of the leaguetwo way as the lead changed hands
Swain of the
followed
r was by several times with COM
worming. Medication requires 72 weeks before the end of the
i Woodpeckers with a 220-598, hours rest for the animals. Basketball season due to pre-deployment FAIRJAX leading 25-24 at the
Dumond of the Woodpeckers witha
committments. half. McGee was high point man
213-588 and Walston of the Jax The Recreation Councilof '
for Air with
Recreation Standings The result was that VP-49 took Ops 23.
Chiefs with a 216583.r the NAS Composite
NATTC 66 COM-
at 9 today in over the top spot with a 9.1 record ;
will meet a.m.
Fund
r AMERICAN LEAGUE while VW-4 and Air Ops remained MUNICATIONS 37: Gilley led
r -- :- close behind with identical 9-3 the winners with 21 points, but
W L records. Schindel was high point man
I VP-49 9 1 In the National League there is scoring 26 of Communications 37
VW-4 9 3 quite a battle going on between points.
mites ldotwt11e AIR OPS 9 3 five teams for the top four playoff MARTD 63; MATSG 40: Martd
/ COCXE HOSPITAL 6 5 positions with NATTC leading the had three players in double'
ADMINISTRATION 5 8 league with a 14-2 record.In figures with Franklin scoring 17,
FICEUR 4 8 games played last week: Boyer 16 and Tuggey 15.
dwc COMFAIRJAX 3 10 ADMINISTRATION 72; BEES 61; NARJAX 38: Stone
NDRC 3 W FICEUR 56: When looking at the led the Bees in their efforts for a

r NATIONAL LEAGUE statistics of this game, playoff position with 16 points.
everything seems to be in VP-16 62; BEES 50: The Bees
r Since 1885HA W L FICEUR's favor except the final managed only two points in the
NATTC 14 2 score. FICEUR led 25-24 at the first quarter to VP-16's 16 and
/ MEDICAL 13 4 half and Admin managed to were never able to make up the
VP-16 12 3 make only two of 16 free throws difference Shepard led VP-16
BEES 11 4 the entire game for a 12 percent with 25 points.
MARTD 10 6 average. While Admin may have AIR OPS 62; NDRC: McGeeof
MARINE BARRACKS 8 7 been cold at the line, they were Air Ops and Luchi of NDRC
MATSG 5 11 very hot from the floor in the shared high point honors with 20
FURNITURE FAW-ll 3 12 second half as Williams scored 19 points each.FICEUR .
NARJAX 3 14 of his 25 points and Anderson 2; COMFAIRJAX 0:
COMMUNICATIONS 0 16 scored all 12 of his. Martin had 21 A forfeit.
J .
I -- MARINE BARRACKS 67;
FAW-1154: Austin and Bryan led
the Marines with 27 and 21 points
..
t MILITARY DISCOUNT! Tie Garr ism' Griwlh Fill FAW-11.respectively. Cook had 28 for

VP-16 63; MEDICAL 54:
A Mutual Fund offered ONAmerica's LY to the men and women of Johnson's 30 points were in vain
Defense Servid
es for Medical as they continue to
'I ... .....,. Shares sold"direct"at a L.OW-LOADof1%% battle for a playoff position.
f Garrison Growth Fund see ks CAPITAL GROWTH through Shepard had 18 for the winners.
PROFESSIONAL MANAGI EMENT and DIVERSIFICATION MATSG 58; COMMUNICATIONS
of assets. 45: Communications

On A furniture in our huge new .../ held a 24-21 lead at
sto.re Send for.FREE prospectus t.No salesmen will call.
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.. _. the half but in the end they were
," Military personnel ONLY' --------- : saddled with their 16th straightloss.
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Long had 31 for the winners
55 BROAD STREET 55 BROAD STREET' I
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You can't buy better furniture at a better price anywhere In
America ... period! Come in and let us prove you save more at name! .__- .. I name---- _,___ _. ...':.. MEDICAL 69; NARJAX 58:

,y Haverty's! Easy terms, Free delivery, Free parking! address .. ___ 'I address. -._- Another half game ended where the leaderat
,' I "' L the up ,losing as
city *, .., I lll ..;, NARJAX led 29-26 at the half.
5515 Normandy Blvd. next to Pic n' Save :
state_ .__ zip, y state zip" _._ L Johnson had 25 for Medical and
_! .:; i Cooley l had 23 for NarJax
NATTC 62; BEES 54: Nattc
.. : held off a strong bid by the Bees,
who led 44m at the end:of the
third quarter, for their third win
of the week. Gilley had 23 and
Dufner 22 for the winners.

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MARCH 16, 1972
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Tax Takes SecondMayport I

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I' Wins Southeast Golf Tourney

Jax -The Mayport Navy Golf Y ---.I 41f1bf
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Team walked away with the team for Jax on proved to be to much Robins AFB 969,Maxwell AFB -
honors and Don Holcombe of the they shot a Friday team however, as 973, Roosevelt Roads 973, and
Patrick AFB team total of 301 to MacDill AFB
took the I individual Jax's 315 to beat 978.
Jax in
honors In the 10th Annual standings 926-935. the final Don Holcombe won, the individual
Southeast Military Invitational Fort Jackson's honors in the tournament
Golf Tournament heldat winner of the Golf Team, with a 7174.74 for a three
the NAS Golf Course last week. last two tournament for the over par 219 for the 54 holes. Y;,
The Jax years,finished third with Holcombe was in three tie 1
Navy Golf Team madea a total of 936.Rounding a way
determined effort for the title for first place in last year's
as they held a five stroke lead team out the top 10 in the tournament but ended up ,.,
over Mayport in the team standings Homestead standings were: finishing second after the playoff. INDIVIDUAL WINNERS-oj to R) Frank
AFB ,
945, Patrick McCaffrey NAS athletic
going Into the final 18 holes Bill Newton of the Fort Jackson director, Joe MacDonald,
__ AFB 950 NS Charleston 967, Golf Team took second low station Pro, Ray Chambers-third low
n medalist, Dave Holcombe- first low
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medalist Capt. John Kincaid,
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,L_ honors with a 71.77.74 NAS CO, and Bill Newton- second low medalist.ORANGE .
for a 222 and Ray Chambers of
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honors with a 72-77-74 for a 223.
-A Chambers beat Gerry Mullencopof ti.-
'*_ r i4A the Jax Navy Team in the first h NEW...

A hole of a playoff after they both T .
.1 finished the 54 holes at 223.
The other top 10 finalists were: I>;'[ '
s Gerry Mullencop 223, Mark PARK"T
Hayes of Fort Jackson-227,Mart .. ..
Alford of Mayport 228, Fred
P 7. /1 Z J Jd Blume of Homestead 231, Bob
Williams of Cecil Field-232,Jim
VandeHey of Myrtle Beach AFB

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TEAM CHAMPS The Mayport Golf Team AND BAD 81 23
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awards presented to them by John ARDSLEYS 72% 31% AT THE..
Capt. Kincaid,NAS CO,for winning I US 71
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Quamme and Chet Cummings. 58
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' !" (Editor's Note: the following is at the Radio Shack, Ext. 3524. daily, monthly or yearly fee is magazines. Open Monday 1200- Bldg. 563, Ext. 3317. In additionto
, a list of Recreation and En- Meetings held bi-weekly. charged. A driving range is 2100; Tuesday thru Friday 0830- usual library supplies and
tertainment Facilities aboard the BOATING: Boats equipped available and there is a snack bar 2100; Saturday 09001700. Closed furnishings,a Music Room is well
: air station. We suggest our with outboard motors are near the Club House. For information Sundays. This Library will soon stocked with classical and semi '
readers clip this article and use it available for a nominal rentingfee call Ext. 3249. A Navy be moved to Bldg. 930 and will be classical recordings. A
for future reference.) at the Fish Camp, Bldg. 1547. Exchange Golf Pro Shop in Club air-conditioned, carpeted and Children's Library, for ages up to
ATHLETIC FIELDS: Locatedon Rented on a first-come, first building has a complete line of paneled. 15, is also maintained here,
board NAS Jax are some of the served basis. Call Ext. 3318 for pro equipment. For informationcall NATTC Library located in
finest sports and recreational further information. Ext. 2571.
; playing fields maintained by the BOWLING: Located in Bldg. HOBBY SHOP: Located in
Jax Navy Recreation Division. 609, Gillis Street, Ext. 3493. Bldg. 565, 897 and 898 and adjacent -
These fields are open for use by Sixteen ABC sanctioned lanes. areas. Ext. 3523. Tools
i all military personnel active ort Pro Shop and Snack Bar. Intramural and materials for auto repair, ff! [
retired, and their dependents, leagues for militarymen carpentry, boat building and : ONE STOP.SHOPPING
during normal hours except those and women with play-off for repair, welding, ceramics,
\ designated for use only by In- Jax Navy Title at end of season. models, photography and
tramural or Varsity programs. Lanes are open 8 a.m. to mid leatherwork; open 1230-2100 .
Athletic equipment may be night Monday thru Thursday; 8 Monday thru Friday; 0900-1730 _
checked out from the Gear Issue a.m. Friday continuous to Saturday, Sunday. Dependentsof '
Room, Bldg. 704, Monday midnight Sunday; also open all military personnel under 15
through Friday from 8 a.m. to night preceding holidays except years of age not permitted in
4:30: p.m. Call Ext. 3239 for that lanes are closed on Christ Hobby Shop area. Dependents 0 LARGEST ,,
further information on Athletics. mas and New Year's Day. between 12-15 possessing valid ID r .
SOFTBALL: Three centrally FISHING: Fishing aboard the card may purchase items from / SELECTION OF : !
located fields equipped with station is permitted, however, a NX Hobby Shop Store. ,
JIF lights. By reservation only. valid fishing license is requiredfor HORSEBACK RIDING: The NAME BRAND
r Mackroth on Saratoga; Enterprise all persons from 15 to 65 yearsof stable and riding trails are '
South of Mackroth; in age. Bait ,and boats with located on Child Street, (towards PRODUCTSIN
Hospital area immediately Westof motors are available at the Fish Hospital area), Bldg. 1802. This
old out-patient clinic. Camp, Bldg. 1547. Fishing rods ever-popular pasttime is THESOUTH
TOUCH FOOTBALL: Two and reels can be checked out for available to all military,active or
fields conveniently located, 72 hours at NAS Special Services retired and their dependents.
equipped with goal posts. Gear Issue Room at Bldg. 704 Recreation riding and
Available for general use. West during regular working hours. professional riding instruction at
end of parade ground adjacent to Fishing sites aboard the stationare a nominal fee. The Stable consists
Housing. Casa Linda Lake (no boats of Western and English
HANDBALL COURTS: Two permitted) shoreline fishing riding horses. Open Tuesdaythru fAOusr.
located on Mustin Road and two (golf course side of lake Sunday 0800-sunset. Closed Tt1 I
located in Bldg. 41 behind restricted from 0700 to 2000)()()()); St. Mondays. For additional Information 1
t Barracks H.BASKETBALL. Johns River shoreline and dock call Ext., 3178.
i AND fishing except in marked LIBRARY FACILITIES: Three :: .
J VOLLEYBALL: Located in restricted areas. Boat launchingat libraries aboard the Complex are r
Gym, Bldg. 3. Used for general, south end of Ranger St. For well stocked with fiction and nonfiction 5853 NORMANDY BLVD.
j intramural and varisty additional information, call Ext. technical and scientific
;. programs. Ping-pong tables also 3111. Hunting and Fishing books, poetry, humor, extensive Photte J86-0784
available in gym for general licenses for State and Duval reference shelves; and a wide ,
recreation. County available thru NAS range of current magazines and
){ SQUASH COURTS: Located in Special Services, Bldg. 704 from hometown newspapers. Library
Bldg. 44 on Mustin Road., 08001630. facilities are available to activeor
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\, t TENNIS COURTS: There are GOLF COURSE: An 18-hole golf retired personnel and TIME FOR.
ten hard-surfaced courts in the course is located on Mustin Road dependents.NAS .
area. and is open to both military and Library presently located f
TRACK: There is a hard- dependents. Clubs and carts are topside Bldg. 3, Ext. 3415,
surfaced oval track and equipment available for rent. Open daily maintains extensive reference Law'n' VO r
'il+ available for field events on from 0830 to sunset. A nominal shelves and wide range of current
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