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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 23, 1972
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 30 NO. 1 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida MARCH 23, 1972 :'\

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I 'Week of Concern' .

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Dedicated to POW's # 4- ,

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The largest interment ever endured by American fighting men began March .
26, 1964 when Floyd Thompson, U. S. Army, was lost on patrol in Southeast Asia. tithf
i, This Sunday marks the beginning of the ninth year of captivity for J,623 0'

American servicemen and some 50 civilians now either missing in action or

beingheld prisoners of war by North Vietnam and its allies
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By Presidential proclamation, Fleet Air Jacksonville, and local planted in selective locations in f
March 26-April 1 has been POW MIA. wives and parentswill the Jacksonville area in honor of
designated National Week of visit Mayor Hans Tanzler's the POW-MIA's., Dedication
Concern for this continuing office, at 10 a.m. today. Mayor ceremonies will be officiated by
tragedy, and Sunday as National Tanzler will sign a local en various military and civilian
Day of Prayer for its resolution. dorsement of the Presidental officials Sunday at the following
President Nixon has called proclamation at the ceremony.The locations:
upon"all the people of the United group will present the 11:40: a.m. at NAS Cecil Field
States to observe this week with National League of Families Chapel; 1 p.m. at NAS Jax fbLtrTf
such appropriate ceremonies and Banner shown below to Mayor Chapel and 1:30: p.m. at Orange
activities as will stir and sustain Tanzler. The MIA wife who Park City Hall.HEADLIGHT.
I widespread concern for the designed the nationally approved DAY Tuesday,
t ,_ missing men and prisoners, symbol, Mrs. Mary Helen Hoff of March 28, has been designated as
nourish the patient courage of Orange Park, will assist in the nationwide Automobile Headlight l
their loved ones, andabove all- presentation. Mayor Tanzler will Dayin honor of our captured and
I hasten the day of their safe be the nation's first Mayor and missing Americans. All civilians
return to home and freedom." Jacksonville the first city to and military personnel are t y
There are 11 wives, 28 children receive the league's banner. requested to burn their
and two parents of POW-MIA's DAY OF PRAYER -Churchesof headlights throughout the day as
here in Jacksonville and all denominations throughoutthe a reminder of these grim circumstances -
i'" surrounding areas. Of the many city have been asked to, .
activities planned on the local participate in the National Day of CHAPEL SERVICE .. A EI ,
level prior to and during the week Prayer in their own services midweek church service will be V
of concern, the following arc the Sunday. conducted at the NAS Cecil Field Iuit1r'\
most noteworthy: Chapel at noon Wednesday, _
,f TREE DEDICATION Six March 29. The public is invited as ," .T )
VISIT TO MAYOR-A party,of, fl ZJn8 dogwood trees hayj are military personnel from theThree' ,
r Navy officials,headed by RAdIn.I. been donated by'tf' 1e' Ma poT*' bases"In'the "J ackSonviU ** 4 i1.:. ; .y S. ?
Lawrence R. Geis, commander CPO Wives Club and recently Navy complex. ;

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President's Proclamation
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I* IlllllVfldll I 'They Live In A Nightmare Of Anguish' I: I


1,623 American servicemen and some 50 U. S. civilians are to regular correspondence with their families. And so those
r now either missing in action or being held captive in North families suffer in spirit harldly less than their men suffer"in
MY \H Vietnam, and its allies. flesh.
At the end of this month,the first men to be taken prisoner will They live in a nightmare of unremitting anguish,and gnawing
begin their ninth year in captivity. This is the longest internment concern. Many cannot even know whether their loved ones are
ever endured by American fighting men. It is also one still alive; those who do know this much, must live with their
.. of the most brutal. additional knowledge of the cruel conditions in which the
The POW-MIA story of this long and difficult war is a tragicone. prisoners exist.
The enemy continues adamant in his refusal even to Each new chapter in this outrage has stiffened the American
identify all the Americans being held. people's determination to see justive done. We have stood and
I He continues to flout the Geneva Prisoner of War Convention will continue to stand united as a nation in our concern and
which establishes minimum humane standards for,treatment of compassion for the prisoners and missing men. We mean to see
prisoners-a treaty to which North Vietnam is a signatory, justas this matter through.
,are South Vietnam and the United States and 128 other
Concern for the prisoners'plight,moreover,has spread to the
nations. people of goodwill around the world-and we be confidentthat
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: may
"r''" He continues to block impartial inspection of the prison their humanitarian
efforts, though so far rebuffed as
lie continues to deny repatriation for seriously sick and
camps.
callously as our own, will still continue'as steadfastly as our
woulded prisoners. He continues to ignore the prisoners' right
own. The United States has spared no fort-by diplomacy,by
I negotiation, by every other means-to secure fair treatment of
our captive sons and brothers and to obtain their ultimate

MIA Wife Asks freedom. '
For
Letters As we set aside a special Week of National Concern for this
continuing tragedy, and a special Day of Prayer for its
t Jax-LCdr.Mike Hoff has been Souphanouvang, chairman of the citizens during the National Weekof resolution,we do so with a determination to persist in this effort-
,r a MIA since Jan. 7, 1970. Neo-Lao Hak Sat, NLHS In- Concern for POWs and MIAs to -for principle, for peace; for the sake of these brave men and
His wife Mrs. Mary Hoff, is formation Bureau, Hanoi, North show their concern for our men their parents and brothers and sisters and wives and the
asking area residents to join her Vietnam. by writing to their Congressmenand children some have never seen.
I in sending cards and letters to asking that they do all to help
her husband In an effort to On behalf of herself and her these, men.' Our men have no Now, therefore, I Richard Nixon, President of the United
I establish communications bet five children Mrs. Hoff said, "We voice, we must speak out for States of America,as requested by the Congress in Senate Joint
ween the missing flier and his all do make a plea to all local them." Resolution 189, do hereby designate the period of March 26
family. through April 1, 1972 as National Week of Concern for Prisonersof
War-Missing in Action, and Sunday; March 26, 1972, as a I
Her organization POW-MIA National Day of Prayer for the lives and safety of these men.I .

Banner, Box 75, Orange Park, Don't Forget call upon all people of the United States to observe this week \
the
for
will be the collection point
with such appropriate ceremonies and activities as will stir and s
and letters since they have
cards
sustain widespread concern for the and
missing
men prisoners,
for the 21 cent
money budgeted POW-MIA's nourish the patient courage of their loved ones, and-above all-
The
per letter mailing'cost. hasten the day of their safe return to their home and freedom.
address is: LCdr. ,Mike Hoff, _

.: USN, 629183, c-o Prince .": ''' ';. ,.. '", Signed: Richard Nixon.


;. "P" lIshed by the Holt Publishing Company which is In no way connected.wjth' the Department it ;;; the Navy. Opinions contained herein are not official expressions of the

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11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday. Closed-Mondays Friday A Saturday, 6 .
11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday tt a.m. to 1 a.m. Friday pm
Friday ;.. l1a.m..11 p.m. .to midnight Friday,March Bar, Yellow Pound Cake, Orange
11 a.m': to 2 am. -
Friday & Safurdav- Tues.-Thurs. Sundav- BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit Cream Pudding.
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. lia.m..llp.m. Noon to Midnight Saturday 2 pm Juice, Buttered Hominy Grits, Fried SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham
9 I.m. to 2 a.m. Fri.Sat to midnight Eggs to Order, French Toast w-Syrup, burgers or Frankfurters, Ham &

l1a.m..la.m. Monday thru Thur Choice of Luncheon Meat or Ham, Cheese, on Rye, French Fried
Sunday Sunday pm Baked Beans, Hot Chocolate, Pastry Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans,
9 a.m. to Midnight 11 a.m. to MidnIght to 7 pm Bar. Dessert Bar.

OINNERt Manhattan Clam Tuesday,March 21
Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Baked BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple
Tuna and Noodles Brown Gravy, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to

Mashed Potatoes, Hot Spiced Beets, Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup,Choiceof
s.f Buttered Green Peas, Salad Bar, Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Creamed

i Coconut Cream Pie, Brown Sugar Chipped Beef, Pastry Bar. _
ifM Cookies. DINNER Beef Rice Soup Grilled

a SANDWICH LINEr Chicken Salad, Ribs teak. Beef Gravy, Snowflaked
Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Potatoes Buttered Asparagus

Baked Beans, Dessert Bar. Strawberry Cream Pie Brownies.
SUPPER Deep Fried Fish or Beef SANDWICH LINE Variety Meat

.OOW with Vegetables, French Fried Sandwich, Grilled Hamburgers or
Potatoes, Rice Pilaff, Buttered Frankfurters French Fried Potatoes,

/.,. Broccoli Spears, Tartar Sauce, Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert
.!'f Mexican Corn, Salad Bar, Strawberry Bar.
Shortcake, Chocolate Pudding. SUPPERs Barbecued Pork Loin,
SANDWICH LINE Ham Salad, Barbecue Sauce, Snowflaked
Grilled Cheeseburgers or Frankfurters Potatoes, Apple Sauce Buttered
French Fried Potatoes, Green Peas Buttered Carrots, Salad
PIWT.STANTNAVAl. Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert Bar, Cottage Pudding Vanilla Pud
.AIR STATION Bar. ding.

Saturday,March 2S SANDWICH LINE Ham Salad,
SUNDAY BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Grilled Cheeseburgers or Frankfurters
Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to French Fried potatoes
Church School (all ages) 9: Order, French Toast, Griddle Hot Potato Chips, Baked Beans DessertBar.

< a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine Cakes w-Syrup, Choice of Bacon or .

Worship 10:30: at All Saints' Minute Steaks Lyonnalse Potatoes, Wednesday March 2'
Pastry Bar.DINNER BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Sauce
WHAT A RACQUET! The 'Now' place to shop for Chapel.
everything at 9:30 Chicken Rice Hot Farina, Fried Eggs to Order
under the sun for the tennis fans is at the Navy Exchange's new Tennis Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Soup, Grilled Hamburgers or French Toast w-Syrup, Grilled Bacon

Shop, which opened March 7 in the men's uniform section. The shop High) 10:30: a.m at Chapel An- Cheeseburgers, Potato Chips, Salad Slices Creamed Ground Beef, Baked

has a complete line of pro-tennis items for men and women, as nex. Junior and senior youth Bar, Apricot Pie, Molasses Cookies. Beans Hot Chocolate Pastry Bar.
SUPPER
salesclerk Kathy Mole demonstrates with one of her customers. Fellowship-l:30p.m.: at Bldg. 722. Brown Gravy Grilled, O'Brien Pork Potatoes Chops,, Veal DINNER Brown Gravy Pepper Mashed Pot Soup Potatoes Roast

Evening Worship-7:30 p.m. at Chilled Applesauce, Buttered Carrots, Buttered Broccoli Spears, O'Brian

small Chapel. Buttered Brussel Sprouts, Salad Bar, Corn, Salad Bar, Dutch Apple Pie
Tuesday Assorted Cup Cakes, Baked Custard. Cherry Jello.SANDWICH.

AX IR: NEWSThe Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 Sunday,March 24 LINE Grilled Ham
p.m. BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato burgers or Frankfurters Egg Salad
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Juice Hot Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs Sandwich, French Fried potatoes. 1

Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. to Order, Griddle Blueberry Hot Potato Chips, Baked Beans. DessertBar.
Cakes w-Syrup, Choice of Ham or .

JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper NAVAL HOSPITAL Munute Potatoes pork Chops, cottage Fried SUPPERi Beef Pot Pie Buttered
( Pastry Bar. Polonaise
Egg NoodlesTartar Sauce
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air BRUNCH
Station. Divine Worship-io a.m. at St. Creole Soup, Bacon, Cauliflower, Simmered Lima Beans
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Lukes. Lettuce French and!!! Tomato Sandwich, Salad Bar, Devils Food Cake Vanilla
private Jirm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Fried Potatoes, Salad Bar, Wafers.
Chocolate
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS CATHOLIC SUPPER Cream Chicken Pie' Sugar COOkies: SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers
Rice Soup Deviled
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St. Country Fried Steak Brown Gravy, Ham, French or Frankfurters Fried Potatoes Potato

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Mashed Buttered Potatoes, Seasoned Greens, Chips, Baked Beans Dessert.
3119. Hominy, Salad Bar, Angel March 30
and Thursday
a.m. 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Food Cake, Vanilla PUdding. Tomato
BREAKFAST Chilled
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Monday,March 27 Boiled
Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Hard
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made BREAKFAST
Friday-ll:30: a.m. Wednesday Chilled Orange Eggs GriddleCakes
Fried Eggs to Order i
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, Mass 11:30 a.m. at the Naval Juice to Hot Buttered Grits, Freid Eggs w-Syrup, Grilled Minute Pork "
Order
creed color, national origin' or sex of the purchaser, user, or Hospital Chapel. Saturday Choice Of,Pork French Toast Syrup, Chops, Corned Beef Hash Home

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this poficy of equal Confessions-4:15: and 5 p.m. Meat, Minced Sausage Beef, or LunchEOn Fried Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Fried
Lyonnalst
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Potatoes, Pastry Bar, DINNER Vegetable Soup Whipped
Chicken Chicken Gravy
advertising from that source." NATTC Roast DINNER Turkey NOOdle Soup, Potatoes, Sausage Bread Dressing,

Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. in Mashed Turkey LOg, Bread DreSSing, Blackeye Peas Creole Green Beans
Potatoes
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queriesconcerning Building 500. Buttered Green Cranberry Sauce, Cranberry Sauce, Salad Bar, Coconut
Beans, Beets 1 In Cream Pie Raisin Cookies.
such should be directed to Orange Sauce
: Turnovers, Salad Bar, Apple SANDWICH LINE Ham Salad.Grilled ,
Sugar COOkies.
;. THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY SANDWICH LINE Grllltd Ham Cheeseburgers or potatoes.Frank
furters French Fried
When burgers
filing
4747 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville your Medicare or Frankfurters, Deviled Dessert
Fla., 32210 medical Ham,French Fried Potato Chips Baked Beans
insurance claims, be Chips, Baked Potatoes, Potato Bar.
Telephone 388.2755 Beans .
sure to submit an itemized SUPPER Grilled Dessert Bar SUPPER! Swiss Steak w Brown
Liver or Beef Gravy, Mashed Potatoes Mexican
bill. PorCUPines
VOL. 30 NO. 1 MARCH 23, 1972 Macaroni 6, Brown Gravy, Baked Corn, Seasoned Spinach Yankee Corn
Cheese,
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i The Highway Patrol Violations 4;


I Jax An estimated 20,000 Floridians are in for a shock this year. Jax -The following is a report :i
I These Floridians will have their drivers' licenses suspended by the of motor vehicle accidents and f j
I Florida Highway Patrol because they have accumulated 12 points traffic violations for the period of ';(
against their driving record in a 12 month period. March 6-12. ,C
The estimated total is 10 times higher than the 2,002 licenses Number of Accidents .'
suspended by the Florida Highway Patrol in 1971, but the law beefing This period 11 ;
up the point system didn't go into effect until July of last year, and This period a year ago 3 '1
I drivers are Just now beginning to feel l the heat, : Total accidents this year 71 '
Close to 2,000 licenses are now being revoked each month. The j Total accidents through "
revocations,depending upon the number of points accumulated,range 'I : ,,. 'fl'I., '> ,,''1>,,:, this period last year. 55
from one month to one year. "* < t;: Total number of days since last
Under the law, drivers convicted for traffic violations are assessed J ...., : if injury in a motor vehicle ac- i
points on their driving record. Points are levied in accordance with j L! < cident 17
the severity of the violation. The average driver would hardly ever be EARLY CHRISTMAST-LCpl. Stanley Osmulskl receives a gift pac Number of days since an injury .
I in danger of suspension. The habitual violators, however those from Lola Tracey, coordinator of "Help Hospitalized Veterans", and last year at this time 177 '
motorists arrested four and five times each year-are finding out that Capt. C.W. Lewis,Jr., Naval Hospital C.;O. Number of Violations. I
Florida is making a real effort to remove them from the road. This period 38 .
1 Judges must assess maximum points, established by law, for a Gifts Boost MoraleAt Speeding 16Reckless
specific violation. For example,speeding,one of the leading causes of Driving 0
fatal accidents in the state, automatically nets the driver three points. Going through stop sign 3 '
All law enforcement agencies are required to report to the Florida Other Violations 19
I' Highway Patrol the name' and' address. of every convicted traffic Naval HospitalJax Twenty nine drivers appeared 1
violatoralong with the number of points assessed by the courts. The before the Traffic Hearing Board .
.1 data is then addedto computerized driving records and those reaching More than 200 patients at the Naval Hospital on March 15. Disposition of the
the dozen point level are automatically suspended. have received a moral boost, thanks to gifts from donors cases included the following;
I Florida's point law was first started in 1966. The law was written as Twelve lost driving and
it is today, calling for specific point assessments for particular throughout the country.A parking privileges aboard the
\ violations. 1967,however,the Florida Legislature amended the act, new non-profit San Diego- Help Hospitalized Veterans station for various periods; Six
j giving judges authority to assess points at their own discretion. based organization known as Advisory Board members in- were assigned to complete an
\a U the Judge failed to make the assessment, the state could only add "Help Hospitalized Veterans" clude Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, eight-hour course in remedial
the minimum number of points for the violation. The resulting distributed free of charge such Debbie Reynolds and Senator driving; eight received
I suspensions dropped from an average of 20,000 annually to about 2,000. items as paint-by number sets, Alan Cranston. suspensions; four were given
I The present law,effective July, 1971, is considered one of the finest plastic models and wood Lola Tracey, National Coor- warnings; three were dismissed;
j in the. nation. "This is a major step forward In'Florida's safety effort sculptures.The dinator for the organization, seventeen were fined (U. S.
; ," said a spokesman of the Govenor's Highway Safety Com- organization ,states its helped distribute several sets to Magistrate); and seven were
j mission."Florida again beginning takpstrongiaction in connection purpose is "to help give the patients on Ward 6 East. referred to commanding officersfor
J' with chronic traffic violations. This is one way we can get these patients a more constructive and The rest of the sets were givento possible disciplinary action.
I' drivers. from behind the wheel and help more motorists and satisfying way of spending the the Red Cross staff who will be Seventeen drivers were.
pedestrians to ARRIVE ALIVE." many,many long dreary hours of responsible for fut redistribution assessed 46 traffic points.

recuperation, occupying both to patients.
i their minds and hands."
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Around Cecil started with just a
few items of interest that were to
'II. L-i small to put anywhere else in the
\I.I' paper, but now has worked its
way up until it is running about
,.S 1 five weeks behind on all reups,
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. awards and retirements. If you
", have not seen your photo in the
paper as of yet, please hold on.
to We are getting to them as fast as
I MOORE VA43 there is space.
' --- This week we start with ADJi
LARRRY MOORE of VA-83 who
reenlisted for two more years to
add to the twelve that he has

l already completed.It .
HOUSER VA174GREENE has been brought to our attention
that MOORE is about to
put on the hat, congratulationsand
good luck on your tour.
,, r AMHC GARY C. DAY of VA-82
;:' ;; was sworn in by Cdr. Tom Scott
<"'" for two more years to make a
::-. total of fifteen years. CHIEF
"'\, DAY works as the corrosion
: f l control chief of the Mauraders.

ti DAY VA42 Aviation Structural Mechanic
Second Class Frank K. HALL
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reenlisted in a ceremony headedby
CDR. J.E. PAGANELLI,
Commanding Officer of Attack
Squadron FORTY FIVE. AMS2
HALL reenlisted for a two year
-VA-174. _..- tour putting him on his way
toward twelve in the
.. I years Navy.
: CLINTON ROUSER,AMCS,
\ 'i of VA-174 adds another two yearsto
his already seventeen years of
service. CHIEF HOUSER livesat
7842 Triumph Lane with his
3w ; wife and three sons.
r Then Cdr. J.J. Lahr, C.O. of
VA-174, does the honors for
!. HALL VA-45 i jrJmijBALDASSO BENJAMIN T. GREEN, AMH1,
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TANK SERVICE VA-174 daughters.
ADJ2 A.D. BALDASSO retired
New Tanks Clean Outs :;::: :::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::$::: ::::::: after twenty years service to his
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if Repairs Filter Beds AL BONATI VA-174's quarterdeck. Cdr. J.L.

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ORANGE PARK GREEN COVE SPRINGS and his personal complimentsand
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Auction it lr Yr' '. .'", '<>:.':j. Foxes DeployTo
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Foxes of Patrol SquadronFivewill detection as the Foxes maintain
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Anyone fancy a used deployment to the Medi- surveillance on all shipping in the
dentist' chair, an Incubatoror terranean.They will arrive at the Mediterranean.
maybe an old motor? How aboutan : Naval Air Facility at Sigonella,
ear, nose.and throat machine? Sicily, ready to support the U.S. Movies Up1
// this sounds a bit odd it is. Navy's Sixth Fleet.
These were Just a few of the 'k: "Top Fox," Cdr. Harry Five CentsJax
government surplus items Hoover, squadron commandersince
featured at the NAS DI'posalFacULty' January 14 and the former
'WALK AROUND"Auction executive officer, will be at the Like the "good five centcigar"
last Thursday and helm as the squadron makes its the 25 cent movie will
Friday. : : : deployment after an eight-month soon be a thing of the past.
training period at its home den in By July 1, Navy and Marine
With the flair of seasoned Jacksonville.VP5 Corps movie theatres will be
auctioneers, "Tommy" Thompson winner of the Atlantic charging 30 cents for admission-
and Harold Burdeshaw of the Fleet Battle "E" Award for a nickle increase for theatres in
Jacksonville Defense Surplus the U. S. and a departure from
patrol squadrons, will arrive
Sales Office Invited participation, overseas equipped with the the custom of showing free
expounded the sales Items' merit newer model P3 Orion patrol movies overseas.
and hammered "gone" for Item aircraft, which the squadron The higher price has been in
after Item. .1 last in the planning for some time so the
acquired July place of its
The auctioneers' truck moved WHO BIDS-The Surplus Office's"Caddy" pauses over an item on nine P3A's.Incorporated. Navy's Motion Picture Service
sale to the highest bidder at the DSSO
"walk-around"luctlon. Similar could finance a new distribution
from row to row as a "caddy"flagged with the latest in
auctions will be held frequently In the future to
unused
move government service aimed at getting newer
each Item under the sophisticated ASW
sensors the
surplus items from the stock ,
yards. films to the Sea Service
hammer with a pennanttoppedpole DIFARequipped P3's will offer
and the bidders filed among audiences.

the rows auction for a closer was the Inspection.The Surplus. Civilian, Serviceman Chosen For February I IJax

Off ice's first. Normally, they sell Robert H. White,, Public Works Structuralhas Mail Supervisor, Building and spection of Excellent which had
unused government materials Planner and Estimator, :1 been named Civilian Space Coordinator and Fire Chief previously been Unsatisfactory.
through "spot" bid sales.I :The 550 Employee of the Month. for the NAS portion of Bldg. "Petty Officer Young has a
different Items of surplus Included 1. natural aptitude for organizationand
vehicles, motors, power Mr. White prepares detailed Estimator for the Drug Lab He began his present assign* management", and, "is
units, electrical equipment and Job orders relating to main- Facility. ment at NCSO in October 1970 constantly available to lower

many other things no longer tenance, repair, alteration, Presently, Mr. White is han- and, according to a citation grade enlisted personnel in the
needed by the Federal govern improvement and minor new dling the alteration and im- nominating him for the award, Bldg. 1 area for counseling on
ment. construction,among other duties. provement requests from the "applied himself to a rigorous safety, military"procedure and
He was the recipient of Naval Drug Rehabilitation program of learning the NCSO professionalism.
Charles Hawkins, PropertyDIpo.al sustained superior achievement Center and works closely with the function..He reorganized the The nomination concluded by
Officer, says that awards on two occasions and has liaison officer assigned to this function to its present status. stating,_ "Petty Officer Young's
similar' sales will be held each
been verbally commended for activity.In "He attended the NCSO devotion to duty, his outstanding
month six weeks.Anyone
or every work course designed for officers in leadership and managerial
outstanding by high ranking
18 years or older, except concluding his nomination,
military and civilian personnel.For Norfolk, Va. and finished. first in abilities and Naval professionalfsm -
those associated with the Capt. Hardy said, "Mr. White is his class. have earned the
Disposal Division, may come to the he admired and respected by all
past seven years "The result was an overall respect of all who come in contact
the auction. has been a prime Planner and military and civilian personnelwith increase in our NATO exercise with him, both military, and
Estimator on Alteration and whom his work brings him in grading and administrative in civilian."
Have a question about social Improvement Work for the Naval contact.
security and its retirement, Hospital.In Serviceman of Month I I
survivors, disability or Medicare nominating him for the SMI David E. Young, Enlisted
phone benefits directory See for your the tele-tele- honor, Capt. R. T. Hardy, Public Assistant for the Naval Control of
phone number and address of Works Officer, said "He has Shipping Reporting Office, has Saveit
the nearest social security of- functioned very well in this area been selected as February's
fice. and the result of his untiring Serviceman of the Month.
effort has been beneficial and SM1 Young is responsible for
harmonious for both the Naval maintenance of publications up. .
Hospital and the Public Works necessary for planning and
FRIENDLY, RELAXED&
Department". More recently, operating the NCSO function and to live
QUIET ATMOSPHERE he was the prime Planner and also has collateral duties of YardOWNTO .
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Wives Club Activities


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Hobo Night an evening Commissary Store. The exact old folks home. VW-4 ENLISTED WIVES eggs and those who find the most
for everyone to wear their worst date of the sales have not been The scouts' sponsor is Lynn eggs.
is the big event on the NAS Of- determined yet.Jacksonville. Perry of Jax 86 and their troop The Enlisted Wives Club at Refreshments will be served
ficers' Wives Club' ,calendar next assistant .is Dorothy Roberts, a VW-4 will sponsor an Easter Egg and parents are reminded that
month. 0'Wives WAVE stationed here. Hunt Saturday at the Skeet the children must bring their own
Members aare invited to attend The Jacksonville Officers POW Week Range for all VW-4 children.The Easter baskets.
the party April 14 at the Officers Wives Club/ of which the NAS The wives will be pitching in for hunt will be from 1-3 p.m.
Parents must
Club here. Wives are members invitingits the nationally-declared MIA. and prizes will be given to the children.NewRatingsForWAVES. accompany the
s Prizes will go to the biggest members to a fashion show POW Week campaign and most children who find sold or silver
bums who must earn their and buffet luncheon April 5 at the of their club activities will center
reward on their begging ability Club. around this theme.
and the originality of their Cocktails will be served at They will sell bracelets in front
costumes.It's 11 a.m. and lunch begins at noon. of the Navy Exchange March 30
a pot luck dinner and each The fashion show follows, to help fund their movement.New .
couple should bring their favorite featuring the latest spring styles
dish. modeled by JOWC members. Members Jax Five new ratings, including two aviation
The evening's entertainmentwill Door prizes will be given away. skills have been opened for WAVES. This bringsthe
feature competitive sports Make reservations (call 264- New members were installedat ,
events and a good or fashioned 4478)no later than Friday,March the club meeting. They are total of jobs available to Navywomen to 24.
sing-a-long. If anyone plays an 31. It's $2.60 for members and Lynn (Mrs. DonaldOverlander) The ratings, which were formerly closed to
instrument, bring it along. $3.10 for non-members. Debbie (Mrs. Jim) Legett, Jean women, are Lithographer (LI), Dlustrator Draft
For more details, call Mrs. (Mrs. Lyle) Kissner and Judy
NWCA JAX 86
Imphong at 264-2883. A local scout (Mrs. Leslie) Becker.A sman (DM), Musician (Vocalist) (MU), AviationFire
girl troop,
sponsored by NWCA, Jax 86, new lifetime member and a Control Technician AQ), and Aviation An-
New Members were special guests at the club's sister club member has been tisubmarine Warfare Technician (AX).
The wives met last Wednesdayat social education honored by the Wives Club. She been
monthly School quotas for AQ and AX have modifiedto
the home of Hazel (Mrs. meeting last Wednesday at is Helen Ownby of the
Joseph) Britton for a wine Compton Hall. Jacksonville Garden Club. include women and in-service quotas are grantedfor
taste. The girls were there to receive Mrs. Ownby helps out with the the LI and DM ratings.
Two new members who at- the pins, badges and special 'Keep Forida Green' campaignand Information on the Vocalist rating, a specialized
tended the Julie is active with the Navy Wives
meeting
were awards which they earned
Haile and Becky More. through this Club. subdivision of the musician rating, may be ob-
The club is planning two bake One project many they projects did with year.the The next club meeting is tained by writing the Chief of Naval Personnel.

sales hosted by the Commissaryand Navy Wives Club was to sing scheduled for April at 7:30: p.m. (Pers-P44)).
Marine wivesat the carols last Christmas at a local in Compton Hall.

The quart milk bottle is be-

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5 GOODYEAR TIRES NOW AVAILABLE AT SPECIAL :. in Nation's cartons.fluid milk is now sold

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Vets Get I Merit PromotionsJax I Record Civil Servants Contributions Make ,


Good NewsJax .. The following Metallizing Equipment
positions have been ad- Operator, WG-11 (26-72)) Jax Federal civil servants and military personnel
.. The Veterans Administration vertised under the Jax Employees are urgedto gave a record $42 million to charitable and voluntary
has some welcomenews Merit Promotion look for the Merit organizations last year as Combined Federal Cam
for 4.1 million veterans duea Program: Promotion Announcementson paigns became the uniform fund-raising method inGovernment.
record million dividends the official bulletin
$386
Laundry Worker, WG-1, .
paid this year on World War I and boards in 'their work areas
II government life Insurance (21-72)) at least once a week. In addition, the Civil Service voluntary organizations.Combined .
policies.The Laundry Machine They are also 'encouraged Commission has eliminated the Federal
WG-5 Campaignswere
Operator, (22-72))
dividends are not subjectto Painter General to contact the former 2 cents per deduction held in 462 different
federal income tax, and need Foreman, WS-13 ((23-72)) Employment Office, Ext. service charge for the locations last fall, including the
not be reported as income on tax 3448,or the Rating Branch, withholding of charity con- Jacksonville Navy Complex
returns. Management Analyst, Ext. 2320, Civilian Per- tributions through payroll covering nearly all Federal,
Veterans who have instructedVA GS-9 (24-72)) sonnel Department, to deduction. civilian and military personnel in
to hold insurance dividends in Industrial Systems inquire about position in This action will provide ap- the United States.,
interest-bearing accounts, Analyst, GS-5 (25-72)) which they are interested.: proximately one-half million
however, must report accrued additional dollars annually to "The results of these cam-
interest as income ,and pay paigns reflect the continuing
federal tax on it. One out of seven generosity of Federal employees,
veterans falls into this category. and their concern for their fellow
The,VA has also explained that man." CSC Chairman Robert E.
although government life in- Hampton said."Federal .
surance proceeds generally are
not taxable, death benefits are civilian and military
,counted for federal estate tax 1 personnel are closely involved in
the activities of their communities -
purposes.
Last month, VA announced and they assist in the

'payment of insurance dividends work of voluntary orgainzations
during the first six months of this 1 1 1a not only by contributions of
year under an accelerated money but also by their serviceas
schedule. volunteers he added.
Ordinarily these dividends are
paid during the year on the an- Combined Federal Campaigns
niversary dates of policies. include the individual drives of

the local United Fund, the
OFFER GOOD WITH COUPON ONLY
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GETOUR Days: Dog Agencies, which include Project
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After j Chili Foundation and Planned
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I Civilian Employees Receive Service AwardsJax j

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Three Navy Exchange Hendle 4
head
employees have clerk counter a 20-Year Service pin from Perry of Public Works JosephO'Connell.labor .
received
received service awards for 15 years while an award Sam Capt. C. W. Lewis, Maintenence received his management relations

from Cdr. Donald Lynn, the service station Hospital commanding 30-Year pin from Capt. R. specialist.AT .
officer. Mr. Lecount, a T. Hardy, Public Works 1
Springer, Navy Exchange
supervisor
was
Officer. presenteda veteran of twoandahalfyears Officer. Two 20-Year pins SUPPLY, Joseph'
pin for 10
Dolly Wiggins, a general vice. years of ser in the Army, has werepresented to Phillip Newcomer, a stockman, '

office clerk, was presenteda AT THE NAVAL worked at the hospital for Wright, planner and received a 20-Year pin.
which her 17-and-a-half years. estimator; and Chester
pin represents HOSPITAL
James
PUBLIC WORKS
employees Donehoo, sheet metalworker
20 of employment at Lecount
years of the Food. received service CHECKorRS
the Exchange. Ester Service
Division received
awards last week; Russel ),

I Euly Davis, automotive

I I Jax Civilian MenuMonday I Mark equipment Small, motor serviceman vehicle; .I\

operator; Henry Hudson, .Ij

,March 27 Salad, Chef Salad' Bowl, Fruit Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, vehicle operator; and 4E t rr.{ p. f
Cream of Chicken Soup, Roast Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit' Jello, Pinto Beans,Okra and Tomatoes, Joseph Lassiter, sheet 1
Chicken and Dressing,Corn Beef' Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Peas.. metal mechanic, also GOOD
Hash with Rice,Baked Meat Loaf Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad received 20-Year pins TRANSPORTATION 1
with Creole Sauce.,7 oz. Chopped Beetsand Onion. Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
Sirloin, Fish. Wednesday,March 29 Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, CIVILIAN PER-
Mashed Potatoes, French Tomato Soup, Chili Con Came Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit N VW CAMPER
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, with Rice,Baked Fresh Ham and Cottage Cheese, Carrot and SONNEL DEPARTMENT Fully equlooed,. beds
Lima Beans, Mustard Greens, Dressing, Short Ribs with New Raisin, Cucumber and Onion. employees receiving 20- and tent, 1
Corn. Potatoes, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Almond Cream Pie,Apple Pie, Year awards Edison pop-top. iX8.50
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Fish. Peach Cobbler. Assorted Pudding are
Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Mashed Potatoes, French Umstot, supervisor and
Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, labor management UU NORMANDY BLVD.
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Turnip Greens,. ,Green Beans, Friday,March 31 relations specialist; and PHONE 781-4978
Turkey ,Gumbo, Stuffed Pep-
Cottage Cheese, Potato Salad, Beets.
Cucumber Mix. Tossed Salad, Combination pers with Creole Sauce; Trout
Coconut Cream Pie,Devil Food Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Almondine, Broiled Pork Chops .
Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, with Cabbage, 7 oz. Chopped, 1Ua:
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Sirloin, Fish.Mashed ,
Pudding.Tuesday,March 28 Cottage Cheese, Health Salad, Potatoes, French MOBILE HOMES
Minestrone Soup, Roast Beef Egg Salad. Fried Potatoes,Rice and Onions, .
Round with New Potatoes, Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple Macaroni and Cheese, String
Spaghetti and Meat Sauce, Pie, Layer Cake, Assorted Beans, Stewed Tomatoes. 12'wide,2 bedroom i
Tossed Salad CombinationSalad
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Pudding. completely furnished
Chopped Swiss Steaks with Onion
Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
Thursday,March 30
Gravy. 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin Bean Soup, Chicken and Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, 3595 plus
tax
Buttered Squash, Blackeyes, Dumplings, Country Steaks with Plain Cottage Cheese, Bean .
String Beans, Mashed Potatoes, Rice, Baked Franks with Potato Salad, Cole Slaw. .
French Fried Potatoes, Rice and Salad, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Lemon Merinque Pie, White 3115 LEON RD. PHONE724-4454
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FJC Courses
j.;! Dental Health


Gum Disease Prevention ScheduledJax


: (Editor's Note: The following article is one in a series being presented Registration for Florida
< : by the Jax Air News in cooperation with the Dental Department):
Junior College's Spring Quarter
I 1 In previous articles, the nature and causes of periodontal disease on-base courses is scheduled for
were discussed. This article will cover methods of treatment, and
April 13 from 11 a.m. to 2
4 : what is even more desireable,prevention of the disease. p.m. at
the Educational Services
I. Many people consider I loss of their teeth to be an inevitable result of Office,
'i : increasing age. This is really not so, however. Most loss due to Bldg. 200.
J periodontal disease,which is often associated with increasing age,can The following courses will be I
f and home offered from 7-10 p.m. in Hangar I !
. be prevented by early diagnosis conscientious, thorough '
: 1000:
; care.
: : ; As discussed in the last article,bacteria living in a sticky deposit on English 101: Tuesday and

the teeth called bacterial plaque are the primary cause of periodontal Thursday i
( disease. History 102: Tuesday and I

The plaque can be removed by proper methods of brushing and use Thursday
i 'i of dental floss. It must be removed on a daily basis since it requires Math 101: Monday and Wed '
<< only about 24 hours to re-form. nesdayPsychology

If this sounds to you like the measures prescribed for prevention of 105: Monday and

j decay, you are right. REUNION-AFCM otto H. Vogel (Center) and his Wednesday
different bacteria the of all RETIREMENT Speech 105: Monday and
Although are probably cause decay, they memories with the present VP-U C.
of
live together in the plaque. So,by removing the plaque each day, you wife Margaret relive 30 years former VP-16 skippers. (Left to Right) WednesdayCost
0., Cdr. J. F. Wetzel,and four
\ kill two birds-tooth decay and periodontal disease-with one stone. Fleet Air Wing per three credit hours is
If plaque is left undisturbed, it will start to calcify into calculus Cdr. E. R. Nordtvedt;Capt.W. J.Vaught, Commander H. Schulie and $25. Tuition aid is available for
(tartar) in two days to two weeks. II;Mrs. Vogel Chief Vogel; Capt.T. H. Ross Cdr. R. active duty personnel and will i

Your brushing or use of dental floss will not get rid of this calculus.It Cdr Wetzel. Chief Vogel was VP-U's Leading Chief. pay 75 percent of the course cost J

must be removed by a dentist or a dental hygienist. This should be Those personnel applying for

4 done every six months or so,depending upon how rapidly it forms. How To Get tuition aid through the NAS ESO
The live plaque on the surface of the calculus in very damaging. prior to April 7 will only be I
Because of the rough surface of the calculus, you cannot remove this charged 25 percent of the course

plaque very well. cost by the College. ,:
Again, the best defense against calculus is good daily plaque Pay On Leave Tenant commands and

removal, which will prevent the formation of calculus in ,the first .. squadrons personnel should
place. request that their Education
The dentist may recommend additional measures to prevent Jax-Are you aware of the fact 2Designatlng a friend inwirtingto Officer send a signed copy of
.. periodontal disease,namely,replacement of missing teeth,correctionof that there are methods available pick up your check for you. Be tuition aid applications to Ens.
the occlusion, and also filling of cavities-a cavity can provide a for you to receive your regularpay sure to let your disbursing officer Black, NAS ESO, Bldg. 200.
place for food and bacterial plaque to accumulate; it may also have check if you are on leave over know that you intend to do this. This will ensure their eligibility
sharp edges that i irritate the soft tissues. payday and that you can draw an 3. By leaving an addressed for 25 percent payment of the
Treatment of periodontal disease in its early stages is simple. It advance on your leave rations if envelope for your disbursing course cost to FJC upon
( may be sufficient to remove calculus and bacterial plaque on the teeth you are scheduled for more that officer to mail your paycheck to a registration.All .
both above and between the gums. 10 days leave? financial institution for. credit to
) military personnel applyingfor
;' ,I If the disease has reached the stage of pocket formation between the BUPERSNOTE 7220 of your account. tuition aid at FJC for college

teeth and gums, surgery of the soft tissues may be required to February 28, 1972 gives the To provide for an orderly credit leading to a degree who
eliminate the details these and other
pockets. on pay financial
of
transaction your desire eligibility for 25 percent
More treatment, Including bone surgery, may be necessary if the options available to you. Briefly, affairs you may also want to allot payment of course cost at
bone has been attacked. All this treatment can be quite painful. It is you can get your regular home loan
to pay your must apply prior to
your registration
also likely to take a lot of time and money. And tilt fails,dentures will paycheck when on leave over pay for
insurance, provide your April 20 at NAS"ESO.Only .
probable by needed. payday by one of the
any dependents, or any variety of those applications
,\ It is easy to see, then, that prevention of periodontal disease is the following methods: other reasons. processed prior to that date will
best policy. 1. Depositing a preaddressed
be eligible for 25 percent
( franked envelope with your For more information on howto
to FJC. Later

} disbursing officer. He will mail allot your pay or receive your. payment applicants
the entire
must
the check by first class mail to pay while on leave, see your pay
which will be
course cost $25,
any address you specify. disbursing officer.
refunded by COMSIX at a later
NEWEST CONCEPT date.

IN APARTMENT LIVING For further information on

courses and tuition aid, contact
1,2.J BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS ; Tie GMTiSM
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; Spacious rooms wide windows. Kingsley Fill NAS ESQ Ext. 2596 or 2597..

z patios central sundecks heat & air, swimming condo Private pool rmS A Mutual Fund Defense offered ONLY to the men and women ofAmerica's QC A zz 0t t
Services
and party room.
264-8102 Shares sold"direct"at a LOW-LOAD of 1 V4%

f Garrison Growth Fund seeks CAPITAL GROWTH through .
1800 KINGSLEY
AVE. PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT and DIVERSIFICATIONof

DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding assets.
Blvd.' & Orange Park Minutes
Send for FREE prospectus. No salesmen will call.
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Counseling HOLDIT SAILOR, J

k a o o c D THIS BUS 13 FOR

Seminar US MARINES-
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Jax The NAS JACKSON $ LAND.MRRINElANO .
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will host a group of professional J

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the Developement of Staff. <> 4
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demonstrate techniques and ::it 0
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1 1I I all who counsel military NAVY BUSSES 1SO
1'I I personnel. HAVE YOURIDDEN .

I AMIDS is a tuition free,people- TO
to-people instructional programfor THE NAVAL :;"

I manpower personnel. Per AIR STATION? -

1j sonalized and participant-

j centered, the program is basedon J'

END OF A CAREER-Lcdr. George W. Uffman and'his wife Glenda exchange of ideas and expertise -

! are piped ashore at NARF,marking the completion of LCdr. Uffman's with leadership providedby
1 20-year Navy career.Nominations. professionally competent, Icher \
1 nationally known specialists who

are very knowledgeable in:
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Needed For Factors affecting learningThe

minority perspectiveNew r

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1 Trends in entrylevel.em.
-1 ployment ALL BEEF BURGERRegister
Jax Nominations are now C. Have considerable fleet e
Relating teaching to the trainee
being considered for the position experience.D. action
! of the Master Chief Petty Officer Be of impeccable moral Supportive Community'servicesCurriculum techniques
" of the Atlantic Fleet. character.
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development
Chief A. T. Johnson E. Be able
present to express himself Communications factors in
Atlantic Fleet MCPO, is cogently. teaching and learning for FREE Stereo Tape Deck. Installed.
scheduled for transfer July 31. Each type of command is .
AMIDS helps
A relief from the ranks of the requested to nominate two E-9's personnel teachers manpower, counselors Drawing, Sat. Night, 8:30!

MCPO's in the Atlantic Fleet is using the criteria listed above. supervisors, community 3701 BLANDING BLVD PHONE772-1731
l required to fill this importantbillet Nominations should reach leaders and others assisting the Across from Cedar Hills Shopping Center
which provides a vital Atlantic Fleet Headquarters no disadvantaged-to start learnersup
communication link between later' than May 1 and should ladder
I enlisted personnel and the Fleet contain a resume of thenominee's couraging a career open-ended by job en- We Offer the Largest Selection of2V

CommanderInChief.Billet career together with a training, skills training for the
1, qualifications are: recent picture. disadvantaged and alien, in- WIDE Mobile-Homes in N. Florida!
A. Be an E-9 of any rating with Individuals nominated will be service training for upgradingand
We also represent 27 Manufactuers of 12'wide models.
considerable experience in ordered to Headquarters for personal developement.I .
1 personnel management from interviews during May. Wr 1'rod'for Anvthinn '
Most At I Models and
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personnel.is that CAPT Navy QUIGLEY'spoint women are

I Sailors-Waves Not Demeaning exactly that-an integral part of

the United States Navy, not

The following article was written answer to the article 'WAVES' I an writing this not as a subject article have caused me members of the Women Acceptedfor
by the Commanding Officer of Win Liberation From Commanding Officer but as a great concern, and feel that a Volunteer Emergency Ser
I', VA-174, Cdr. J. J. Lahr, In support 'Demeaning Title",appearing In "Sailor" in the United States few things should be clarified.Our vice. They, too, are shipmatesand

of Navy tradition, and at an the "Jax Air News-Latwinger", Navy. Comments made in modem Navy continues to "Sailors".

...............................'..............nJII....n.. ..................,...;:March;:;:.:;:;:.:;:;::16;:;:,;:::1972.;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::ms&SW::::::::::::::#:::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: change ideas and in may progress forms., bringingnew There is three Attack Women Squadron Officers 174 now and has one

: : --CEC L SPORTS I one which important remains static thing,,and however that is, Eider woman themselves Chief all "Sailors"of whom con and

I tradition. The backbone of our wear the uniform proudly.and While affectionately -
they are frequently
Navy lies not in ships,planes and
::: By DTC J.D. Brewster :;:: referred to as
fuel oil. Rather, it is the heart,

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U women that keep the Navy
BOWLING Director and discuss the Albany were forced to withdraw. running. People are the Navy I "girls", "ladies",
Cecil Field Men's SCratch: As availability of sports in existing Five irreplaceable members of Modern though it may be, today's "paper-pushers", etc. None of.
t usual, several fine Individual leagues, and the possibility of the Albany squad were found to Navy is not lacking in tradition. these titles are "demeaning"
\ performances were recorded last forming new leagues. Bowling is be suffering from Hong Kong'sleast Terms such as "Sailor" are an Perhaps some, like WAVES, are
week. 500 better series went recreation but alsoa desirable the misnomers; but all are used with
or not only good export; fluff! important part of our great Naval
to: Tom Gilmore (5 2-235)'Glen; highly popular, competitive heritage and can, hardly be respect. These four Navy women
Hurst (562* 11); Joe Toth (552- In Monday's opening match considered demeaning or ob are admired for their femininity
212)); Barney Stewart ((552)); Ken sport.VOLLEYBALL (seven were played), Charleston solete. We still have a and relied upon for their
Seal ((549-200); Dick Geselbracht On Monday, Captain Coleman downed Birmingham; NAS, ,Jax "bluejackets" manual, and the capabilities. They are treated as
(537); "0" Osier (525)); Dennis welcomed the eight teams who easily took the measure of title "Sailor" is one worn with ladies at all times, but the
Vincent (520-205); Dave Silver are presently competing in the Glynco; Cecil Field proved to be pride by many. ABCM TUCKER, professionalism required of themis
((520)); Hank Williams kept 6th Naval District Volleyball an ungracious host .as they Attack Squadron 174's Senior exactly that of their male
1, "moving aling" with a ((507 and tournament hosted by Cecil slipped by an undermanned Enlisted Advisor, proudly counterparts.Ours .
Dale Howard (500). For the first Field. Orlando squad.Memphis took the displays a sign over his door is a great heritage, not to
time in ages, Dale failed to come measure of Pensacola in a well reading merely "FrankTUCKERSailor" be declared obsolete or disposedof
with the league high sets. Early commitments from ten played contest.. Jax returned to in the course of modernization.
up I myself havea '
All departments and fleet units teams were received earlier this the court for the 2nd time, and Tradition has made us what we '
similar sign on order. CDR
month in the offices of the turned back stubborn and from
who are not presently fielding a are today-men women,
Eugene HELVESTON one of the
teams in the Intramural leaguesare Athletic Director, but un Charleston 6. Glynco ,hit the finest Navy men I have ever Recruit to Admiral, serving our
urged to contact the Athletic fortunately two teams, notably winning trail against Bir known, recently retired with country with pride and loyalty.To .
mingham. In the final match of be Navy is to be a "Sailor". It
.- .._- R' the day, Cecil Field bested thirty years distinguished ser- is a responsibility to be accepted
vice. His most prized possessionis
Memphis. willingly and a title to be worn
his retirement gift-a gold
with !
Because of the decimated field watch Inscribed simply, "Eugene pride
I..h" =.i7lUJt' participating in the tourney, HELVESTON-Sailor". The termis
competition will conclude absolutely not a demeaning A
title. On the it is to I BOB'S
Thursday. The banquet contrary, one
\ TRAILERS
s Self contained TRAVEL scheduled originally for Fridaywill be earned and worn with pride I Archery Center

PICK UP CAMPERS & MOTOR HOMEICAMPERS be held on Thursday. Having read CAPTQUIGLEY's
memorandum, I
r "You don't have to go broke to go first class" COMING SOON find the subject article to be a
Special Services is formulating 11 ALL BRANDS
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interpretation of her in
poor
so drive a little and save a bundle
plans to convert the station gymin tentions. Nowhere does she call Target& Hunting Bows

to a roller skating rink during any title demeaning. Nor is she \ 'Use our Indoor shooting lanes
L the summer months. indicating that any kind of &compare before you buy
RETREAT \ Roller skating has been tried at "liberation" is necessary., vII -

other commands recently, and Primarily, she -is .asking that WALNUT STREET, .
proven to be a hit. Information as
OREENCOVESPRINOSHrs
women' retain their
Navy
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to the starting date will be femininity while serving to the : 7 PM til 11PM Closed Wed
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JAX AIR NEWS CALL most serious and widespread health problem among active .

NAS Jacksonville Ads : 388-2755 duty military personnel is cigarette smoking. Fifty per cent

TueSday Should be mailed to arrive not later than of officers and up to TO per cent of enlisted personnel are
LATWINGERNAS Ads for publication the following Thursday habituated according to recent figures.
arriving too late for thIs deadlln
Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published the will be is known overwhelming of disability '
'. 0lTiln8 week unless the Cigarette dependency a cause

s publisher Is i otherwise. A check or'' disease, and death in the _____________________
money order for the full cost Of the ad Persons who
must b. United States.
received WITH the copy for the ad. ing the demonstration, the bottles
4747 San Juan one-third
Avenue smoke lose more man- are removed and the children -
Jacksonville Florida KMIBI: minimum charge(3( lines .hours because of illness than
) $2.00 can look at the blackened
Per additional line((4 words per line) .50 those who have never smoked. lungs and smell Sam's breath.A .
The Public Health 'Service estimates

_ d _ _ ._ _. that smoking leads to loudspeaker is built Into
N---- # -# n ;, ; \ H H Bl 300,000 premature death a year Sam's chest and by means of a

in the United States alone. tape recording a two-way con
EMPLOYMENTNAVY NEW HOMES JUSTISS TRAILER PARK versation between the doctor
cit. Jl?; 2 baths, Bullf'ln Range, trailers 1 Qtr. mile and No. of NAS, Clean Modern One educational and rehabilitative and the manikin is carried out.

tATPrleH from la'W up. apts. 3893007._ anti-smoking programhas .
FHA '
wives or Fast Occupancy been developed and used Many patients Will stop smoking
Put your skills to work. Interesting Edw. 0. Lyon Broker, 384-5354.o MOBILE HOME FOR RENT after indivdual counselingalone
Furn. successfully by military physicians -
assignments for keypunches, typist, 103rd 3BR' Bath AC Carpet whereas others seem to .
St & and dentists. It consists
Ricker Rd. .
secretary, dictaphone operator, WE REPRESENT MANY m For lnfo- 711. need the support and guidancethat
clerks, bookkeeper the Navy Personnel Interested In of a Hospital Phase and a Com- offer.

HIGH PAY NO FEE purchase of land for future use or munity Phase. Therefore only a,group a can therapy .
group
CALL NORRELL profit. Also homes of value, FHA or MOBILE HOME LOT FOR RENT The Hospital Phase includes smoking withdrawal clinic tied .,1
VA ,
3965371HELPWANTED financed, In all sections of city. Private. VI acre. 2 miles from Cecil
Please contact Tom Brooker, US Field 772.9159TFtASPoRfATioW encouragement of hospital team Five-Day Plan to Stop Smoking, .. ....:
Navy Retired' your Interested members not to smoke before is also offered as part of the

2 Food-Cocktail waitresses and 2 protected. patients; the' education of staff program's Community Phase. 'rk:

Bartenders 771-3211 Ext. 8180 for WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA, and patients to the hazards and This plan consists of five con

Interview. INCRealtors psychology of smoking; the secutive evening sessions of one

LABORERSPart 3BM514 *yT- W mi PINTO controlling of tobacco sales within and a half hours duration. It is

or Full time Exec. shape. 31 miles Per gal. $1525. the hospital confines; the a copyrighted, worldwide public f
781.1369 HOUSE FOR SALE 772-3211, Ext, 408-409 or 772-0510. creation of smoking in receptionand service program that had been
West Jax, Rolling Hills, 4 BR,
room,central air and heat,ww Family carpet, treatment areas; the effective conducted under the auspices of

GETTING CAUGHT IN THE RIF garage, mortgage at S'! percent. use of anti-smoking posters, the Seventh Day Adventists-

Retiring or lust need a second Income Phone 781.4810. "DATSUN 2000 films, pamphlets, buttons, paper- since 1959. .
? We have a place for you as a CASH Soft top, F-glass top Luggage rack, weights, and other persuasive Some clinics have taken the
distributor with above average in We buy, sell and trade equities. Trailer hitch, Radials. $1750.2645153.1967VWFASTBACK teaching aids and devices; and basic course and adapted it to the
come. Call 388-0923 for appt.MISCELLANEOUS. Louise T. Bailey individual counseling of patientsby military situation. The plan is
"
1-3605 Broker well-informed health pro. not religously oriented (it is

fessionals during routine like Alcoholics Anonymous
NEW BIG HOMES $795. or964 Bonneville St. Wgn. $595. physical more
Immediate Occupancy Both In Ex. Cond. 284-5238 for directions examinations and during ) and it has been tailoredto
A RECORDED MESSAGE BY A Varlng, 3.4'Br., 2-2Vj' b., all central regular out-patient visits. meet the needs of the group.
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells heating and AC. Deluxe kitchens,
The Community phase includes
you how you may become a carpeted. Some with fireplaces..AII
DISCJOCKEY In lovely South Wood, lust across the 199 OPEL RALLYE KADETTBlk. preventive educational

Call 1SS-2M4 any hour bridge in Mandarln.$36000.$39000. V-top, 4 spd. trans., Chrome efforts extending to base homes,
VA APPROVEDFor As little as'10 percent down. wheels, R&H, 17,000 miles $1,100. 772- schools, church groups, and "'
We also build to order.L. () tt
2591 or 2592 1- :30
V.teransand servicemenGEORGE'S .Walter Benjamin, Inc. p.m. clubs; the use of a fiberglass

Realtors 248-5506 teenage smoking manikin, uatnaS
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Pick up & Delivery Available. PRESCOTT,ARIZONA 43 Jaguar XKE -Cond. $1450 children and adults. li
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. Offers best climate In the state. 43 Corvalr Bus Like New $795 'i\\\\\.i:'VrAJi
Mastercharge <. BankAmerlcard Historic old ranch developed Into 2. 45 Ford 4 Dr.G-Cond. $395 Smoking Sam actually smokes :\: l..Q

accepted I Visitors welcome,. 5085 acre homesltes near Prescott Mustang Ex.Clean $450 and "inhales" a real filter ciga-
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. National Forest. Two acres: $1995 .. 66 Chev.4 Dr.H-top GOOd $395 rette by means of a built-in awrww
low terms. For full details write Mrs. CODY'S USED CARS
A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 10630 New King's Road tubing system and a pumping 5821 San Juan at Niblick
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO
North 7th St., Phoenix 85006. 744-7459 apparatus., Tars and nicotineare
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape accumulated in two one- Phone 384.4406'c@:2j
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate
TRAILER HOMESITE quart glass lungs filled with
stock. Full warranty phone 771-0409. "
Available for respectable semiretiredor angel hair which are located inSam's .
<<, '
SINGER ZIO-ZAO retired couple interested In outdoor hollow back. 1,2, and 3 BEDROOMS
living. For rent free homesite,
GARDEN TYPE APARTMENTS
Sewing machine, like new, Balance
$63. or S8. per month. Phone 398-1683 organization would require Ranger The circulating smoke is realistically INDIVIDUAL AIR CONDITIONING .
Caretaker work for Call 9a.m.5p.m. .
between camp. his AND HEATING
10AM 7M.LIVE expel'ed through
396-2688 or 396.4564.HIDDEN HONPAMOTORS
nose. The tars quickly turn the DRAPES FURNISHED

CRABS WATERS artificial lungs black after onlya WALL TO WALL CARPETING

Wllford's 264.9707 Fish Camp Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots & CYCLES CO. few packs of cigarettes. Dur- LARGE SWIMMING POOLS

available. Excellent fishing, boating, 4949 BLANDING BLVD

INCOME TAXCall swimming. Mobile Home area. High, PHONE 771-8244
wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E.
771-2634 for appointment.
Lake Asbury on No. 209, LaRue. 725322 -
Military Tax Service. 3731 Rendale
Dr. __ _. __. _

.RENTALS of the World's
NOTICE \ ;" ,- One

Mending, sewing. and alterations
done. 384-5177.
ORANGE PARK
2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dish I J
LAWN MOWING EDGINGcall washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth TIN BEST CARS
Hart AptS. 771-1405 or 7713355. ,
771-3211 Ext.8340

DEERSPRINGS
TYLER'S AIR COND. SERVICEWe BEING TRANSFERRED?

service Auto AC, Central Units Let a retired Navy man who understands ESTATES
and Window Units. Reasonable. YOUR problems managethe

4711 Palmer Lake Shore 388.5161 rental of your house until you ...ATKEYSTONE

return to Jax.Bartleson .
GRUNDIOTK-46 O'Neill &Payne, Inc. HEIGHTS l
Tape recorder. $150. 771.3211, Ext. 1147 So. Edgewood Ave. MOBILE HOMESITES
408-409 or 772-0510.
388.9311WILMAR
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FOR SALE CPO BLUES APARTMENTS REALTOR 356-6849

Khakis and whites Size 42 reg. Phone Air Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living

7810062. room, Kitchen, Bftstnook, parking 63 MERCEDES '220s' "
space for 2 cars, water, sewage,
STAINLESS STEEL .
HOT-DOG CART lawn service. Furnished
change.With utility ttOO.trailer, Like Navy Ex- $120.garbage, Unfurnished 100. plus 4 per. Jax's GreatestFURNITURE 4 door, automatic, radio heater, reclining seats
771-4296.
cent sales tax. 387-2541 weekends, 389-


REFRIGERATORFREEZERPractically new. Only S250. 18.000BTU 0744. Values!

AC, 1 yr. Old. only $150.764-5936. 3 BR HOUSE FURN. $990
5 min. to NAS. Conv. to schools.
SPIRATONE AUTO ZOOM LENS Children 8. pets welcome. No lease WHOLESALE

13 elements, range 85mm to 210mm, required. Will rent to batchelors. 264- PRICE TO EVERYONEOPEN

Pistol grip, carrying case, F4.8. $75 or 6884. VOLKSWAGENSTO CHOOSE FROM:

best Offer. 772-3067, Mr. Valez.HAMMONOM1000ROAN. ALL YEARS,AND MODELS. .
TRAILER LOT FOR RENT

Vt Acre. 2 miles so. of Orange Park V E R V | .. ..... ... .. ... ....... :. .......'. .... .' '
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BERNARD WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN: : : : :::: : ..
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Female 14 mo., Trained, AKC All SUNDAY : : : : .
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money '
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I SeaBees Do "Spring Projects" All Year I


Jax-- Spring is here a-time for redoing, cleaning out or |lust trading old for

new. But what the Seabees of CBU-410 are doing here is just a routine part of
their year-round Self Help effort to make life pleasant at NAS and local Navy
activities. The men are winding up their job at the station's new Teen Club
tente while they continue work at Bldg. 930, with help from AOMD Navymenat

( left), on the station library. (Right) Shore Patrol Headquarters downtown
already shows the mark of Self Help Improvement with repaneling, new

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week, 196 performance
engagement at Radio City ;
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television stations aroundthe
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READY FOR RECOVERY N YN3 Fred C. Priebe and CS1 Marcus L. The Glee Club, led by
Dawson,both from NARTU,have been accepted for 60 days of active Professor Paul R. Zeller, _
duty on the USS Ticonderoga,one of the ships which will participate in will be accompanied by the
the recovery of Apollo 16. The men both responded to a Navy-wide Dartmouth Aires, a twelve d I',
request asking for volunteers to serve on the Recovery Force. YN3 man, close harmony '.1!,
Priebe will serve in an administrative capacity while CS1 Dawson will singing group.CHECK. ",,
be assigned to the food services division.
CAREER ENDS-ADCS Roy F. Wall Is piped over the side at COM.
:AI RJAX after completing more than 30 of service.
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..1 ".'. ," TAI1MThIIL'I Volunteers Comvlete'. Training I

>> (1 Jax Nineteen girls Wilhelmina Dumas, regular volunteers Included -

. I II have successfully com- Eleanor Hull, Judy the 1000-Hour
t \ i t S pleted the Navy Relief Jenkins, Sharon King, Charm to Isabel Latham,
: Society's annual three- Loretta Kuruzovich, who works at the Navy

-w week training course here Deborah Kyzer, Isabel Relief Office at NAS Jax.
and have become working Latham and Louise Miller. The 300-Hour Charm
''l ryk volunteers for the local went to Mary Tat'
auxiliary. Also: Pamela Muller, Hanrahan and Doris
k Liz Orton Segner,
Each received their Tracy Jones. Mrs. Jones is a
diplomas Monday from Cecelia Sheridan, Donna volunteer for the Cecil
Slider Patricia Stinson
RAdm. Lawrence Geis, Field Auxiliary. Patricia
commander Fleet Air Corrine Stuckey, Chris Ann Gerdts, who was not

i Jacksonville and Thacker, Bobby Vercher present for the ceremony,
and Janet Yates.
President of the earned a 300-Hour Pin anda

Jacksonville auxiliary. He With the graduation of 100-Hour Pin for a totalof

was present at the awards this class, the Navy Relief 400 hours of service to
and graduation the auxiliary.
ceremonyat will spearhead a. new
a the home of Capt. John
program at the Navy
who earned 100-
Those
Kincaid, who is station
RELIEF VOLUNTEERS-The graduating class of Navy Hospital called 'Hospital Hour Charms are Helen
commanding officer and
t : Relief volunteers is shown with RAdm. Lawrence Geis, com Visitors', according to Kincaid, Sharon King and
executive vice
of
I mander Fleet Air Jacksonville ((deft) and VAdm. Kleber president Capt. Sherman Wright, Cecil Field Volunteers
Masterson (USN Ret.), President of the Navy Relief. the auxiliary. executive secretary of the Calhoun and
Claudia
Other Relief
Navy
auxiliary. One of the
volunteers received Laura Garbe. Hazel
"Stralght/act/rom the service awards from graduates, Wilhelmina Britton earned a pin for
Dumas, will organize a her 100 hours of volunteer
.1 Dope. ComFalrlaxDnIAwarene..ream" special guest, VAdm. group of three or four work. .
Kleber Masterson, USN
volunteers who will offer
Ret. of the
President
specialized service to
: On Navy Relief in hospital patients for the
:" Washington. The admiralwas A disabled worker under 24
first time. Interested
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visiting
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f; \ of tour of
part a
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r
M. Several service awards years of work under social
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including
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and Cecil
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junkies.
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If i Basketball Playoffs Start Today r


t Jax The Intramural managed only 18 percent of their and 18 respectively. ;
:"" Basketball season came to a free throws. Hitler led the Bees MATSG 54; FAW-11: In the _
. : close this week with VP-49, Air with 19 points. battle for seventh place Tresslerled
.
. Ops,VW-4 and Hospital clinching MARTD 69; FAW 11 59: the winners with 19 and Cook
t t playoff positions in the American Martd had three men in double had 21 for FAW-11.
\: League and VP-16, NATTC, figures with Franklin scoring 24, VP-16 78; NATTC 59: This
I Medical and the Bees clinching Cameron 18 and Boyer 18. Cook game put VP-16 one game behind
t, spots in the National League. led FAW-ll's efforts with 38 NATTC. Shepard had 18 and r
t, a The playoffs for the station title points Price 16 for the winners. G
f begin today with games at 4:00: FICEUR 54; HOSPITAL 47: A
5:30: ,7:00: and 8:30.: The title game VP-16 94; MATSG 37: The minor upset, but Hospital
is scheduled for next Thursday.In National League leaders had all managed to hold onto a playoff
games played last week: five starters in double figures. position. Martin had 17 and
VW-4 50 Air Shepard had 19, Hesler 17, Anderson i4w'1'
AIR OPS 63; : Ops Pearson 16 for the winners.
15 Price 15 and 15.
Hepler
took over the second place VP-16 77; MARTD 62: This win
position from VW-4 with{ this win. VW-4 66; FICEUR 55: Ficeur tied VP-16 with NATTC for the
McGee led the winners with 22 led 27.25 at the half but Heath's league lead. Shepard had 24 and
i\ points and Heath had 16 for the and Wilson's 13 points each offset Anderson 18 for the winners.
losers. Martin's 21 for the win. Tuggey had 21 for MARTD.
NATTC 50; MARINE HOSPITAL 2; NDRC 0: A VP-16 67; NATTC 54: A game
BARRACKS 46: The Marines forfeit. played especially for the purposeof PISTOL PACKERS WIN TROPHIES CWO Adams, magazine
were behind by 16 going into the VP-49 79; ADMINISTRATION breaking the tie for first officer from the Weapons Department, presented Capt. John Kincaid,
final quarter and outscored 52: VP-49 didn't want to be making VP-16 the league NAS CO,with two first place trophies won by the HAS Jax Pistol Teamin
NATTC 19-7 in the final quarterbut outdone by their National League champions. Shepard had 17 and the National Midwinter Pistol Championships and the Dixie In.
their comeback effort came counterparts so they had five Anderson 14 for the winners. vitational Pistol Championships. Other members of the winning team
up short. Austin had 17 and men in double figures also last were AOC,G.A. Bolocanoff,AOC, E.W. Balduston,AOC J.M. Rooks
Bryant 16 for the winners. week. Dulin had 17, Martin 16, and AT3 R. N. Hanson.
; ft- Jenkins had 22 for NATTC. Judice 14, Mitchell 12 ,and NavyMarineBowling
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Jax The Navy Jax Swim swimmers ... --- -- Summer's coming and with it "spectating". In order to rent

Team swept the first three placesin first f\lJax three places in swept the won his first ribbon,a third place comes the chance to enjoy one of sailboats from Special Services,
two events and won honors in girls 100-yard the senior in the 25-yard back with Kevin the main attractions of the JAX you must take a check ride to
severalothers in the last Winter Susan Fitzpatrick fly event with Nickens taking the third place in area -boating. This column will show you can handle the boat
first
Development Meet of this seasonat Patti Milewski a a second'and in 1:10.0 the fly. be appearing regularly to keep safely. If you have some ex-

the NAS Indoor Pool. Diane Kangas third. In the 11.12 year old boys you informed about what activities perience,there are people to give
events, Jim Scott took three first are coming up at the these checks every weekend. Get
Patti Milewski led the team the SixyearoldJacquiBrennockin eight and place ribbons in the 50-yard free, Marina and what is available for your card and come join the fleet.
with three first place finishes. took second in the under girls event back and fly events,nine-year old your enjoyment. And you beginners sign up for a
Patti, 13-years old, took first free, and 25-yard fly and Mike Scott captured second place Special Services provides class so you can give it a try too.
third
place In the Senior girls 100-yard breast stroke a in the back and in the 50-yard free and fly and many opportunities to enjoy the Beginning Sunday, April 2nd,
free with a time of 58.9 seconds tied for third events. She also third place in the breast. water. There are boats, motors the Sail club is sponsoring a
with teammates Susan Fitz- In the with Connie Baltes Sandy Swanson took a third and sailboats for rent. Launching series of races for all qualified
patrick taking second and Robin took third_25-yard In free. Connie also place ribbon the 50-yard fly in and storage facilities are sailors. Come at 1300 for
the
O'Leary third. John Brennock fly event. the 11.12 girls event. available for owners of power or registration and an explanation

Patti also won first in the 100- old, led the Jax seven years Following the meet, the Navy sailboats. And for those who are of the course and rules. You can
swimmers in the Jax Swimmers in interested in .there sail own boat or one from
yard senior girls back,1:09.4,and eight and under participated learning, are your
boys events with the Swim For the classes for Services. The club is
the senior girls breast, 1:17.1. a first in the and' Olympics. sailing going on now Special
Her sister, Judy, touched in second fly back and Several swimmers did 100 laps at adults and summertime classes hoping to have enough "juniors"to
place
1:20.0: in the senior girls breast yard breast ribbons in the 25- 50-yards each. for children will be given too. :So have a pram race for them too.
and
taking second place. time of 25-yard free witha Next weekend the team travelsto you can see if you're not out on So bring the children.
16.4. David Johnson Cocoa Beach for the water it's fault.
a Spring your own There will be points awarded in
Invitational Meet. For information call Special
this series of races for par-
Services, Ext. 3260. .., ,
well as placing.
ticipation as
Power boat enthusiasts are
IntramuralBasketball the
These points will determine
welcome at the Navy Jat Power
club champion at the end of the
Squadron. This is a recently
series. .
formed club which is currently
StandingsAMERICAN having a membership drive. More of these articles will be

Meetings are the first Tuesday of bringing you tips on boating
LEAGUE each month at the,clubhouse. If safety and handling, and local
you're interested in sailboats,the boating'events so keep watchingfor

Jax Navy Sail Club meets on the them.
WON LOST first Wednesday. Everyone is But most of all, don't be an
VP-49 11 1 'welcome there,whether a novice "arm chair" sailor. Come out
AIR OPS 10 3 sailor expert skipper or just and join the fun. Boating is great.
VW-4 10 4 interested in learning or family fun.
HOSPITAL 7 6

TROPHY CASE ADDITIONS- LtCol. Blanchard (center) holds one ADMINISTRATION 5 9 Open for
convenience
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RADAR 17 26 10 L Jax-The United States Naval Academy baseball, golf and tennis ORGANIZATIONAL Register now at the athletic
GEMS 26 10 teams will be in the Jacksonville area for a series of exhibition games MEETINGJax office,Bldg.3,or call Ext.3239 as
soon as possible.
COMFAIRJAX 22 14 March 24-27. .. An organizational
ILL EAGLES 21 15 The Academy baseball team will play three games at Jacksonville Meeting for the 1972 Intramural SOFTBALL OFFICIALS
FAETU 18 18 University and three games at NAS Jacksonville. The tennis team will Softball season will be held at
LEPRECHAUNS 19 21 play one match at Jacksonville University and three matches at Boone 9:30: a.m. on Wednesday, March PROGRAMJax
FLAPJAX 16 20 Park. Golf match schedules are incomplete at this time. However, 29 at the NAS Gym, Bldg. 3.
679th 14 22 the team will play all matches at one of the local naval installations All units or commands interested The 1972 Intramural
TAMARAWS 14 22 during their visit here. in participating in the Softball Officials Program is now
NAMTD 14 22 BASEBALL SCHEDULE league are asked to send a underway. U you would like to
WOMENS LIB 10 26 representative to the meeting.JAX participate in umpiring in the
ATLANTIC DATE TIME OPPONANT LOCATION NAVY BOWLING TEAM NAS and NATTC programs
LEAGUEW L Friday, March 24 10:00: a.m. Kent State vs. Navy NAS Jax Qualifications for the Jax contact the Athletic Director at
REBELS 25 11 Friday, March 24 3:00: p.m. J. U. vs. Navy J. U. Navy Bowling Teams,which will Ext. 3239 for the times and datesof .
AFEES 25 11 Saturday, March 25 10:00: a.m.: Kent State vs. Navy J. U. participate in the 6th Naval the planned clinics.
FUBARS 23 13 Saturday March 251:30: p.m., J. U vs. Navy (2)) J. U. District Bowling Tournament,
WOODPECKERS 22 14 Sunday, March 26 1:00: p.m. Navy vs. Western NAS Jax, will be held April 3-6, at the NAS JAX JUDO CLUB
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State ((2)) Jax The NAS Jax Judo Club
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', BLOWHARDS 14 22 TENNIS SCIIEDULE the tournament to be held at NAS will participate in a Judo Club
NUBS 13 23 Pensacola. Benefit Meet on Saturday,March
VP-62 No.2' 12 24 Friday, March 24 2:00: p.m. J. U. vs. Navy J. U.Boone. Bowlers must have a recorded 25 at 10:00:()() a.m. at JacksonvilleUniversity's
BEES 10 30 Saturday, March 25 1:00: p.m. Boone Park Park average of at least 180 for men Swisher Stadium.
CONTINENTAL LEAGUE Tennis Clubvs. and 140 for women to be eligible Several local judo clubs will
L Navy for the 18-game qualifying roll participate in the meet for the
TARS W 10 Sunday, March 26 1:00: p.m. Boone Park Boone. Park off. Certification of average benefit of "Big Brothers". Ad-
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