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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 30, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOL. 30 NO, 2 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida MARCH 30, 1972



Jax Air News Anniversary ;_LiIlsf' f1"" ........ ;



Where We StandJax '


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-The Jax Air News marks its 29th anniversary this week and
we feel it is worthwhile to see where these years have brought us. f
Born in the heat of World War II, the Jax Air News was dedicated to :
"the Navy's best interest..to provide a medium of expression for the iJ
spirit and talents of personnel on this!, station" and "to'stimulate the tEK or t'Q
morale of our personnel with reading matter, pictures and cartoons <'
designed for their amusement and enjoyment." 1 c;.
Above all,the paper was designed to be "a central source of general ,.: I- Z
Information." I.t

As we move into our 30th year these original goals will continue to be .t "WY FOR POW/If/A ;
our guidelines. k'
Quite obviously, the world of the 1970's is much different than the
one of the 1940's and we feel it is only fair to our readers to try and keep
pace with it.
We print articles about drugs, not because we are trying to say the
Navy is full of "pot heads", but because we feel that the years of
people "putting their head in the sand" about the drug and similar
problems are part of the reason for the problem we face today. Sayinga
.t ,- a problem doesn't exist won't make it go away.
.... i in recent months we have been criticized,sometimes as individuals
and sometimes as a group,of being everything from "boat-rockers" to
)';' "Communists"because we choose speak out on various problems or
.. existing attitudes in our editorials.
!, At the same time,other readers say our news is too "lifer"oriented THEY WON'T.FORGET Mrs. Carol McCain, with the help of her children (l-r I ) Sidney, Andrew
and ignores the lower-grade enlisted segment of our readership. and Douglas prepares to raise a special flag which will fly over NARTU until April 1 in observance of
Regardless of these charges, we are not exclusively PRO or'. ANTI this week's National Week of Concern for POW-MIAs. Mrs. McCain's husband, LCdr. John S. Mc
any command, club, squadron, rank or what have you. They are all Cain has been a POW in Southeast Asia for four and a half years. Looking on are Capt. Wilson S.
equally important as far as we are concerned and we try to treat them McCulley,Jr., NARTU XO and an MARTD Color Guard.Reserve .
I "like it is" in all our material.
' We cannot, and do not, publish every news item or photograph that
comes into our office due to limited space and other technical reasons. 500 Officers
Likewise, an extremely limited staff makes it impossible for us to
have reporters-photographers cover many of the events occurring in
: the some 41 separate,commandsand, .their individual departments,
"t divisions,and branches aboard the station. We sincerely wish that we" To Receive Outs w
could do both. Early
We also have the sad, thankless chore of deciding which piece of
material and which photo will and will not be printed. These decisions
have to be made on the basis of several criteria which always seem Jax A limited number of Reserve officers will receive early releases during

unacceptable or unexplainable to the contributor. However, someone FY73 due to economic planning, according to a message from the CNO.
must make them and we reserve that perogrative, in most cases. ,
Surely, when space is as a premium, information disseminated in .a Early release will be ac release," the CNO stated, "This It should be noted that the only
new Z-Gram or a change in Navy-wide or local regulations affecting complished on a selective basis desire cannot, in every.case, be method by which a Reserve of-
large numbers of personnel will be given preference over local by the Chief of Naval Personneland fulfilled due to the operationaland
promotions, reenlistments, letters of appreciation and similar items. will be coordinated with the 'readiness requirements ficer can positively preclude '
;' In 1972, just as in 1942, the Jax Air News is trying to do what jour commands concerned.The essential to national defense. being designated for this or any
nalism is supposed to do: present an accurate and unbiased view of release of approximately future early release program is
everyday facts,news events and happenings in the light of reality for 500 officers who would have Different Criteria by selection for and-or acceptance I

everyone.We completed their active obligated "Different release criteria may of a commission in the
need and solicit your continued contributions, interest, and service during FY73 or prior to be necessary to meet the needs of regular Navy.
support. Sept.30,1973 will commence July specific forces and officer
1 of this year and be completednot communities. Every effort will Reserve officers whose service
later than July 31. be made,however, to minimizeany obligations expire during FY73 or
Separation dates within this adverse impact on either the during July, August or September -
time frame will be determined by officer or command affected by 1973 and who request
the individual officer and. the early release." further service through
augmentation prior to April 20
command concerned. All Reserve officers desiring
"While it is desirable that each augmentation or RAD indefinite
will not be transferred for :
officer receive equal con status should make known their
sideration in the process of intentions to the Chief of Naval separation under the July .72 :
selecting those for early Personnel as soon as possible. early release program until final
action is taken on their request by

.. the Chief of Naval Personnel. ;

I Holiday Message Others Exempt

Other officers exempt from

Jax This year Christians and Jews will be early release.are:
A. Officers in VietnamB.
serving
celebrating their most significant Holy Days at the Nuclear-trained officers '

.. w q,4 same time-Easter on April 2 and Passover from C. Medical, dental, nurse and
March 29 thru April 6. Medical Service Corps officersD.
Both of these occasions affirm that God is activein Officers essential to command -
human history and that life has a timeless and functions as determined by f
the Chief of Naval Personnel.
spiritual significance.It .
is my hope that all personnel of the Atlantic The message concludes by \
Fleet and their families will find in these observances stating, "These actions are being y
WHAT AM I OFFERED? Capt. Hugh J. Tate, NARTU C.O. a reminder of freedom and renewed taken only after very serious "
(Center) presents a ships bell to Lt. Tom Dawson (Left) and Lt. Don consideration. Cooperation of all
God's and
Larsson, also from NARTU. The bell will be used In this year's assurance of support protection. concerned is requested in order '
Channel 7 Community Television Auction. Lt. Larsson will serve as Signed: Admiral Duncan, CommanderinChiefU.S. to minimize personal hardship I.
Auction Chairman and Lt. Dawson will be the Data. Processing Ad. Atlantic Fleet. and any reduction in readiness."
/ visor.

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

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




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11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday A Saturday
Friday 6 pm Friday,March 31 Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers,
11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 am. to 1 a.m.
Friday to midnight' BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes,
11 ..m. to 2 a.m. lIa.m..l1 p.m. Juice Hot Buttered Grits Fried Eggsto Potato Chips, Dessert Bar.
Friday &. Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday Saturday 2 Order, French Toast w.Syrup. Tuesday,April 4
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. lla.m..lip,m. Noon to Midnight to midnight pm Choice of Ham or Pork Sausage, BREAKFASTS Chilled Tomato
9 a.m. to 2 ..m. Frl-Sat Baked Beans Yankee Corn Bread, Juice, Hominy Grits, Chilled Plums,
Sunday Ila.m.,'1a.m. Monday thru Thur Sunday 2 pm Pastry Bar.DINNERS. Fried Eggs to Order,Griddle Cakes w-
Mulligatawny Soup, Syrup, Choice of Ham or Pork
9 to Midnight' ,11 a.m. to Midnight to 7 pm
a.m. \ ,
Italian Spaghetti, Italian Meat Sauce Sausage, Corned Beef Hash, Hard
&Meat Balls, Pizza fie, Garlic Bread Boiled Eggs, Pastry Bar.
Parmesan Cheese, Buttered DINNER Chicken Rice Soup, Oven
An Easter TraditionMaundy Asparagus, Buttered Carrots, Peach Fried Chicken, Cream Gravy,
Pie Chocolate Cookies. Snowflaked Potatoes, Cranberry
EasterServices SANDWICH LINES Chicken Salad, Sauce, Corn Bread Dressing. Boiled

Service, which came to be known as the Office of Tenebrae Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters Blackeyed Peas, Buttered Greens,

service.with the Holy Communion, is an adaption of an early Fourth Century French Baked Beans Fried,Potatoes Dessert,Bar.Potato Chips. Cookies.Salad Bar, Apple Turnovers, Sugar

SUPPER Seafood Platter of Fish SANDWICH LINE Cold Plate,
Both Protestant and Catholic Chapels on station will observe this, Portions, ScallopsShrimp or Assorted Cold Cuts with Cheese,

service; however, the Catholic service should vary from that of the Barbecued Beef Cubes, Baked Potato Salad Baked Beans, Potato
Protestant custom described below. Macaroni w.Cheese. Buttered.Mixed Chips, Dessert Bar
ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL Vegetables, Tartar Sauce, Salad Bar, SUPPER; Baked Hamburger Pie or
During the Holy Communion it should be remembered that it was on (CATHOLIC) Iced Lemon Cake, Pineapple Pudding. Fried Shrimp Steamed Egg Noodles

Maundy Thursday that the 12 disciples were with Jesus in the upper SANDWICH LINES Grilled Ham Seasoned Green Beans, Fried Cab-

room for the last time. The altar candles represent their loyalty to Maundy Thursday burgers or Frankfurters, Egg Salad "CageT Cocktail Sauce, Salad Bar,
Him,with the central "Christ Candle" Sandwich.... French, Fried Potatoes ylIow"pound 'Cake, Orange Cream
symbolic of Jesus
illuminating ,Confessions 6:00: to 7:00: p.m. Potato Chips, Baked,Beans Dessert Pudding.
influence the life of the world. Mass of the Lord's Supper 7:30: Bar. SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on

The gradual extinguishing of the lights dramatizes ,the faltering p.m. .' Saturday,April 1 Hamburger Bun; Grilled Hamburgersor
allegiance and ultimate flight of the disciples, the encroaching BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple Frankfurters French Fried
\, darkness of the hatred of Jesus' enemies and the Crucifixion of Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Potatoes Dessert BarWednesday ,
our Good
Friday Order, French Toast, Griddle Cakes ,April S
I Lord. The time of total darkness (Tenebrae is Latin for darkness) Confessions 6:00: to 7:00 p.m. w.Syrup',Choice of Bacon or Luncheon BREAKFAST Chilled Orange

recalls the days our Lord was in the tomb. During this period of total Commemoration of Our Lord's Meat, Cottage Fried Potatoes, Pastry Juice, Hot Farina, Fried Eggs to

darkness the congregation is requested to kneel in prayer and Death 7:30 Bar. Order, French Toast w.Syrup Choice
p.m.
meditation.The BRUNCH) Chicken Rice Soup of Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Baked
Grilled Ham & Cheese, French Fried Beans, Southern Style Corn Bread
relighting of the single central candle is representative of the Holy Saturday Potatoes Salad Bar, Lemon Meringue Pastry Bar.DINNERS.,

Hope of the Resurrection and prophetic of the Easter so soon to dawn. Confessions 6:00: to 7:30: p.m. Pie Iced Fruit Bars. Cream of Potato Soup

Complete silence is essential to significant participation in this Mass of Easter Vigil 7:30 SUPPER Breaded Veal Cutlet, Stuffed Pork Chops, Brown Gravy
ancient worship experience. At the conclusion of the Service please p.m Tomato Gravy Steamed Rice, But. Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Apple Sauce,
tered Squash, Green Peas &
Celery, Seasoned ,MIxed Vegetables, Okra a. ,.
in
depart silence from the
Chapel. Easter Sunday Apple Dilly Cake, Butterscotch Tomato Gumbo, Salad Bar, BlueberryPie

Mass1100; a.m. Pudding. ", Sugar Cookies:
I Note: There will be no 5 p.m. BREAKFAST Sunday' ,April Chilled 2 SANDWICH LINE Cheese. Lettuce
I Orange and Tomato ,Sandwich or Grilled .
Mass Saturday nor will there be Juice, Hot Grits, Fried
i ; Eggs to Order, Hamburgers Frankfurters. French
: a AX AIR: NEWSThe an 8 a.m. Mass on Sunday. French Toast.Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips Dessert
f Choice of ,Ham, or Pork Sausage, Bar.
I Pastry Bar.BRUNCH SUPPER: Italian Spaghetti w-Meat
ALL" SAINTS'CHAPELPROTESTANT :, .lpt. 9:30: French Onion Sauce, Ravioli( Parmesan Cheese

JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper (. ) Soup Salad,Grilled Potato Cheeseburgers Chips, Salad Potato Pizza Pie, Buttered Brussels Sprouts
'Bar, Salad Bar, White Cake Cherry
distributed each Thursday' at the U. ,S Naval, Air Station., Pineapple Cream Pie Cream Puffs. Pudding. 0 .. ,
Maundy
Thursday
l Jacksonville Florida by ,the Holt Publishing Company ,a SUPPER I Pan" Roast of Pork, SANDWICH ,LINE)* 'Grilled Hamburgers
7:00p.m.: Brown
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Gravy &
private firm All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Potatoes w-Sour Mushrooms Cream, Buttered, Baked or Frankfurters, EgO Salad

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2. NAS i Good Friday F.F. Broccoli,Apple Sauce Scalloped Dessert Sandwich Bar., French Jfr Fried. Potatoes,

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication News : ,12 noon Tomatoes Salad Bar,Chocolate. Cake,' Thursday,April '
Vanilla
items are welcomed from all sOl.irces., 'Telephone 772-3118 or Pudding BREAKFAST Chitted Apple Juice
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3119 Monday April 3 "Hot Oatmeal, Fried 'Eggs to Order
: Easter Sunday BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple Griddle Choice of
Cakes ,
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Sunrise'Service,.;'600: a.m. Juice ,Hot,Oatm al,. Fried Eggs to Ham or Pork Sausage, CreamedDried
"Everything, advertised in this publication must be, made Order, French Toast,W Syrup, Choice
t Sunday Church School 9:15 Beef! Hash/Brown Potatoes
: of Bacon or Luncheon ,
available purchase without Meat Creamed
for use patronage regard to race Pastry Bar.DINNER. .
am.: 'Dried Beef'on Toast, -
creed, color national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Morning Worship 10:30: a.m.: ;Pastry Bar.DINNERS., Baked Beans. ] Minestrone Soup Grilled

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Youth 10:50: Vegetable 'Soup, Yankee BeefSteaks, Mushroom Buttered Gravy
Worship : a.m. French Fried Potatoes
advertiser will result In the to Pot Roast of Beef, Natural
opportunities by an refusal print Gravy, Cream Onion
Worship 7:30 Style Corn. French
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Evening : m.Disabled .
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Seasoned
June
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advertising from source. ,I ,- Peas' Hot Rings Salad Bar, Cream Puffs
Spiced Beets Salad Bar,
Martha :Coconut Bars,
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Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and quaric'sJ Vanilla Pudding Grilled Cheese LINE& Ham French Fried

A" concerning, such should be directed to: j% J young .people who Grilled SANDWICH Hamburgers LINE: Chicken, SalJd or Potatoes, Dessert Bar,
can't \\'ork' for Frankfurters, SUPPER: Barbecued Spareribs or
:u I tyear or French Fried Potatoes,
THE HOLT PUBLISHING Baked Beans. .
COMPANY Baked Sauerkraut
longer roilY he iihle; to get Dessert Bar.SUPPERZ ',; Frankfurters

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 social security benefits. ,Fried Fish Chili Con Came Beans, O'Brien Seasoned Potatoes Spinach,, Salad Buttered Bar squash Marble

Telephone 388.2755 Tartar Sauce Portions., Augratln Steamed Rice, Cake Peach Pudding
Asparagus,
SANDIWCHLINE: Chicken Salad or
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Around Cecil takes on a dif
ferent look this week, as we pick
up the awards that have been
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have received an award and it

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'" winger, remember, we are still
running behind and maybe
someday we will catch up and be
current again.
I We start this week with Lt. ----- -* GRAHAM
,N. ANDERSON B. HOLDERBY _
Chaplin corps who received the -i'-- .
Navy Achievement Medal. The
Citation reads in part, "Lt.
HOLDERBY conducted effective
"group-dynamics" seminars
HOLDER BY which enchanced the leadership t
capahP'ues' of personnel within
I, the division and improved the
6 level of moral. By his outstanding _
performance and loyal
devotion to duty,Lt.HOLDERBY
reflected great credit upon _
-T1- himself and the United States 1 L

,Naval Service." e
The Navy Achievement Medal
r t went to SENIOR CHIEF _
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN _
RONALD D. BARNES for his JEFFRIES
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Branch Supervisor, Ground ; ,
Electronics Division, Air
Operations Department, NAS
VOLKSWAGENINSURANCE Cecil Field Fla.,from 4 Jan.to 30 r'fl

Oct. 1971. _
The Navy Achievement Medal
was presented to Construction
(Representing Gold Crown Insurance Agencv') Mechanic First Class GILBERT

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while serving in Vietnam. The

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personal Injury protection and full basic property protection. serving with friendly foreign 1
Comprehensive; $100 deductible; and collision; forces engaged in armed conflict
Above coverage on 70 VW SEDAN.$143 ANNUALLY against communist aggressors In GALLINIAU
the of Vietnam from
( Above coverage on'70 FORDor CHEVY.SI62 ANNUALLY Republic
Novemberl970 to November 1971, Advisor to the Vietnamese." tricians Mate First Class Lin-
{( WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN serving a dual role of Con- On 22 February 1972,CDR J.E. wood E. JEFFRIES, USN, with
struction Mechanic for US Assetsas PAGANELLI took great pleasurein the Navy Achievement Medal.
well as Construction Mechanic presenting Aviation Elec- JEFFRIES was commended for

INC. __ u._ his "professional achievementand
superior performance.of his
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I Teen Action Renewed Here ;3




Jax -They needed a place to call their own so they helped build

one.Now
open in NATTC's Bldg.537,the new Teen Club is the place-a
place to unwind,shoot pool,play records,dance or just talk and make
0 friends.
It's all due to a four month Self Help project by Seabees of CBU-410
who helped dependent teens convert the former AO School indoor test
firing range into a club house.
The old club had been located at the Gator Den since last February.
.. Under the management of Chief Richard Amell, leading chief of
tle FICEUR, the club has been reorganized.The .
new club shows many improvements over the old. Membership,
( which is extended to all dependent teenagers, is now at 110 and the
Y LwTwowi3 club is open three nights a week instead of one.
No longer a self supporting activity floundering under lack of fundsor
dX 7 support, the club is almost entirely funded through Special Ser
vices. The rest comes from club dues and door fees for Saturday

night's The Teen band.Club is furnished with a large ball room,a game room with
full size pool tables,ping pong tables and pinball machines; and a juke
it'f.1! box for evenings when a band is not scheduled. The building is being
air conditioned and will be heated also.A .
large fenced area outside will become a patio with picnic tables
when completed. Another addition will be a full set of band instruments *
for the patrons' use.
Parents of members are active as club chaperones for opening
nights and are assigned to supervise all special events such as
hayrides, pool parties and jam sessions.As .
4 manager, Chief Amell is responsible for all club activities.
Membership cards are available through him.




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Your Dental HealthPregnancy r 1 I I A

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And Teeth

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(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following article is one of a series being :
presented by the Jax Air News in cooperation with the Dental ?

Department) H... : .r + ALABAMA
Contrary to popular belief, pregnancy does not cause tooth decay. % ,
Neither does the unborn child absorb calcium from the mother's teeth. If you're from Alabama and,
Dental authorities report that if there is an increase in tooth decay ..r.r are interested }In voting in your
during pregnancy, the trouble is probably caused by increased con State's Primary election, you
sumption of sweets,poor cleansing of the teeth, and failure to visit the best jot down the following

dentist regularly.The I dates:
gum tissues normally respond to colonies of germs and calculuson
the teeth by being irritating and red,often with some bleeding when If you are not registered,
the teeth are brushed. The hormonal changes associated with you must register by,April 21,
1972 to vote in the May 2 Primary
pregnancy may cause the gums to overract to the irritants. ,
Severe pain, swelling, and spontaneous bleeding may develop. Election.
These problems can be minimized by proper professional treatment;
or in many cases they can be prevented entirely by thorough daily If you did not register in
time to vote in the Primary elec.
tooth cleansing.The takes place at FICEURas
circumstance
DOUBLE DUTY An unusual
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and want to vote in the
toothbuds that will become the child's teeth begin to form about LTJG Donna Goodwin and her twin brother, First Lieutenant Ron Lion Runoff Second

the sixth or eighth week of pregnancy. They are fed with the nutrients Goodwin are promoted at a joint ceremony presided over by Capt. must, or be registered, Primary by May, you 19

supplied to the entire fetus from the mother's bloodstream. She Emory R. Sourbeer, Jr., FICUER C.O. Miss ,Goodwin Is the Top 1972, to vote in that election,
,
requires no special foods for their growth, but a good,wellroundeddiet. Secret Control Officer at FICEUR and her brother is an Air Force which is set for May 30.

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navigator.
The hardening, or calcification, of the teeth begins between the Members of the Armed Forces
fourth and six months of pregnancy. By the time the baby is born, a and their spouses and children

considerable part of the crowns of the first teeth are already formed. Hawaiian Night Set may register and vote by mail

The baby's teeth lie deep in the jawbone, under the gums. AM the by using the Federal Post Card
crowns calcify and the roots develop, the teeth push slowly toward the Application (FPCA) form available .

surface.They usually start to appear at about six months of age, and a Jax Enlisted personnel are cordially invited to from voting counselors. BE
child usually has all 20 of his first or deciduous, teeth by the time SURE TO INDICATE political
he is three years old. enjoy Family Night (Hawaiian Meal) April at the party preference.Your .

These first teeth are very Important,both to the child'i health and to NAS Dining Hall.
the health the permanent teeth thatwl follow them. A wise mother All guests are required to be accompanied by an application for registration
must be made to the Boardof
will should see be.that they have the best of care and are not lost before they Active Duty Military Sponsor. Registrars in the county

Reservations should be made no later than April where entitled to
you are register
A child needs his first teeth so that he can chew properly and eat a
healthy diet. He needs his teeth for speech and appearance. He also 3 by calling Ext. 3302 or 3257. Meal hours will be 46:30 as a legal questionnaire resident. The which registration ,

needs then, to help maintain the shape of the dental arch and to : p.m.
will be sent to you must be com
the intended for the teeth.
preserve space permanent
and
pleted sworn to and then returned
If a baby tooth becomes badly decayed, infection may reach and as soon as possible to the
damage the permanent tooth forming beneath. If a baby tooth IB lost' issuing office.
too soon,the adjacent teeth will begin to drift,narrowing or closing off

the space needed by the permanent tooth. You may use the FPCA also
It's important to remember, also,that although they're called baby TIIE to request an absentee ballot
teeth, some of them should stay in a child's mouth until he's 11 or 12 from the County Registrar after

years old. your registration has been ac

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Paul E. Barlow, a sheet metal mechanic, is one

Jax Civilian MenuJax of 89 NARF employees to have received their service

awards recently. He received a 40-Year Pin while the

Jax Following is the Civilian Wednesday,April Friday.April 7 others were -presented pins for 30 years of service.
Cafeteria Menu for the week of Bean Soup, Vegetable BeefS Clam Chowder, Trout
April 3-7: w with Rice, Pork Cutlets with Almondine, Stuffed Peppers, Those with 30-Year Pins are: Jack Plew, William Goodson,
Monday,April 3 Apples,Tuna Noodle Casserole, 7 Creole Sauce, Chopped Steaks Alexander Dennis Jr., Frances Martha Race, Oscar Griffis,
Tomato Soup, Chopped Veal oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. with Gravy, 7 oz. Chopped Boyle, Rea Altwater, John Hoyle Davidson, William Taylor,
Cutlets with Brown Gravy, Rice and Gravy, Mashed Sirloin, Baked Fish with Silagyi, John Pace, Clyde Reed, Martin Puhl, James
Macaroni and Meat Sauce, Boiled Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes, Dressing. Joyce Mathis, Rufus Sumpter, William Ray Jr., Robert Need
Ham with Cabbage, 7 oz. Buttered Squash, Blackeyes, Rice and Gravy, Mashed Harold Ferguson, William Jones, and Ralph Aaron.
Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Beets. Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes, Casey Dinkins and Verdon Gibbs. And: John Andrews, Roger
Rice and Gravy, Mashed Mustard Greens, Macaroni and William Johnson, Harry Feco, Archie Ballard, Julian
Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes, Combination Salad, Tossed Cornelius Boyd, Sullivan, Clyde
Synix
Cheese, String Beans.Combination Hogancamp, Gray,
Salad Chef Salad Bowl, Cold
Turnip Greens, Beans, Peas. Salad, Tossed N.C. Pritchett, Harley Whitt, McIntyre, Frederick Dedrick,
Plate Plain Jello, Fruit Jello
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Combination Salad, Tossed Cecil Smith Henry Mason,Frank Smith, Woodrow Mayo
Fruit Cheese Plain Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Robert ,
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Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Cottage Richard Williams, Sneed Clifford HavenerJr.
Plate, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Zinkosky, Charles ,
Cheese Fruit
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Plate, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Cucumber Mix, Health Salad. Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain William Gentry, Lloyd Fleming, ., George Bergin, James
Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Cole Curtis Browning, William Tar- McMullin and Harold Davis.
Egg Custard Pie, Apple Pie,
Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Gloria Psota and John
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Blueberry Pie, Apple Pie, Pudding.rjj. Arnold 'Nabors, John Milton, awarded to NARF employees
Banana Cake, Assorted Pudding. Thursday,April 6 Elbert Scribner, John Autry, James Salmon (electronic
Tuesday,April 14 Chicken Noodle Soup, Veal and James Hucks, Gilbert mechanic), James Jamison
Vegetable Soup,Fried Chicken, Pork Chop Suey with Rice, Chichester, Thomas Nixon, (aircraft mechanic), James
Roast Beef Round with New Turkey with Cream Gravy, Joseph Valdes, Charles FenneU, Briggs (electronic mechanic)
Potatoes,Liver with Onions,7 oz. Spaghetti and Meat Balls, 7 oz. William Bynum, William and Gerald Spicer (aircraft
Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Gouchnour and Volly ReynoldsJr. electrician).
Rice and Gravy, Mashed Rice and Gravy, Mashed .
Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes, Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes, George Burch of NARF's Shop
Baked Egg Plant, Corn, String Buttered Rutabagas,Green Lima Marcus Oliver, George Randle, 96508 won a Beneficial Suggestion
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Martin Hesse Steve Pozio idea has been estimated to
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Linwood Kent William save the government $297,604.
Plate, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Plate, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, ,
Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Malonoskie, Kenneth Spiers Jr., Warren G. Sapp and Wallace
Freddie Walker Sr. Will Allen
Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Bean Martinelli, William, Lightfoot shared an idea for
Potato Salad, Two-Penny Salad. Salad, Stuffed Eggs. t9e. Anthony removing the metal build-up
Tucker Bernard Allen
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Lr Regional. 'President, ToWs Area I
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-0- r- :' aBracelets ;"

Jax Virginia (Mrs. Mortimer) during POW-MM CPO Wives
r Dagenkolb president of the Week. Members will be at the The CPO Wives meet Monday
1 1.t Southeastern Region, Navy Navy Exchange today to sell night at 8 at the Chiefs' Club for
Wives Club of America was the these bracelets.In their monthly meeting.
guest of honor at the Navy Wives addition the wives donated Their guest speaker will be a
Club of Am>frat Jax 86 this past bouquets to both Chapels' Sunday representative of the North
week. (In honor of the week of concern Florida Comprehensive' Drug
Mrs. Dagenkolb, from Virginia for American prisoners and those Control Program.
Beach, and Mrs John C. Beard, missing in action.

president of Dam Neck Chapter
207, were here In Jacksonville to
tour area club chapters and were NAS Circle Vies
on their way to the Mayport
Chapter's installation Saturday.As .
In Garden ContestJax
president, Mrs Dagenkolb

':'r : :. r6 has seven states from Virginia
south and Including Kentucky; -The NAS Garden Circle's project to beautify the Officers' Club
and six overseas clubs under her entrance with shrubs and plants has been entered in competition with
WINNERS of the Jax 86 Crazy Hat Contest (from right) are jurisdiction other Jacksonville Garden Club circles for the annual HANDS Award.
Georgiana Balling and Helen Kincaid. Sharon King (I U, club After visiting' Mayport 201 and The HANDS (Home and Neighborhood Development Sponsors)
president,and Virginia Dagenkolb, regional president of Navy Wives Cecil Field' 121 the president met Award is sponsored by Sears and gives up to $100 cash to the winning
Clubs of America, congratulate the winners. circle.
with the Jax 86 members Wed
nesday night. Thursday+, she and Members of the station's circle, under the direction of Mrs. Gerald
Mrs. Beard attended the club's Struck, have taken soil samples and provided the right elements and
Crazy Hat Luncheon, which was soil nutrients to plant 15 low-growing junipers, six azaleas, a Chinese
VA Will Assist To hosted by Rosa (Mrs. Paul) magnolia and one redbud tree. They planted a variety of bulbs and
mulched the soil with oak leaves.
)
Smith
Barbara (Mrs. Phil
Bievins, Margarita (Mrs. Bryon) Those who helped with the project were AN Thomas Lynde of Bks.
Dependent ParentsJax White, MarcIa Houghton and 6C Cdr. and Mrs. Dennis Davis, Cdr. (Ret.) and Mrs. Vernon Redfield -
Elena (Mrs. Marvin)My rich. ,LCdr. Gerald Struck, Mrs. Hurley Griffing,Mrs.John Riley and
Mrs. Max Singer.
drawing benefits 53,000 children and 66,000 parentsof ,Barbara (Mrs. Billie) Howardwas They spent 55 hours on the project.'Without .
based on service-connected veterans who died of service.
presented lifetime membership
deaths of veterans and servicemen connected causes.In .
to Jax 86 by President
are now qualified for the Florida PL 92-197 granted Sharon King.
first time to receive $55 monthlyaid increased monthly payments to Advertising
and attendance payments. 9,543 widows, 6,121 children and The Crazy Hat winners were,
Some 19,100 parents became 6,036 parents. Georgiana (Mrs. Richard) You Wouldn't Know.
eligible Jan. 1 for the additional Dependent parents who want Balling (for most original hat)
allowances authorized by PL 92- more details on aid and at- and Helen' (Mrs. John) Kincaid
tendance payments are urged to (for the prettiest hat.)
197.The new law allows VA to pay contact their nearest VA office or POW Week
the$55 benefit to parents on death local veterans service Mrs. Howard Is directing the
compensation and dependencyand organization representative. club's project to sell POW-M1A NEWEST CONCEPT

indemnity compensationrolls IN APARTMENT LIVING

require if their regular physical assistance conditions from FRA-91 Slates Egg HuntJax 1,2 .3 BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS

others. Spacious rooms wide windows Kingsley
Specifically a beneficiarymust Branch 91 of the Fleet youngsters will have an op central heat A air' condo Private Arms
be. a patient in a nursing Reserve Association will sponsoran ,portunity to' see Walt Disney 1 sand patios party sundecks room., swimming pool,,;T..*:, .'a' i
home, helpless or blind, or so Easter Party Saturday at 2 cartoons.. '
nearly helpless or blind as to need p.m. for children of all its The party is free to members.All 264-8102
regular aid and assistance from members.The the kids have to do is bring '1800 KINGSLEY AVE.
another person. children (age 2.14) will be their own Easter baskets.
Another of PL 92-197 before the hunt DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding' '
provision separated by age groups for an Friday night Blvd. & Park Minutes
granted increased monthly Easter Egg Hunt at the club all club members are invited to away via Orange newt I.295.LOOK. I
payments to 186,000 widows, house at 5391 Collins Rd. Prizes get together at the club house and ,
will go to winners. Refreshmentswill dye the eggs,which were donatedby =t7
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Awareness Team'
The concept of drug education and, In some cases drug
rehabilitation is to let the individual being dealt with make up his ownmindastowhetherhewantstotrustyouornot.
The United .
Forces Institute ( )
announced the cannot be accomplished If a strong approach a approach i Is
course E 104, I- used o* on the other hand,a strict disciplinary
I, with I
Usage
options for This should hold true for administrators dealing with their staff as
In basic English well but at the present time this doesn't seem to be universal withdrug
composition. problems. Neither does it seem to be in everyday life.
Course F Honesty between people is indeed a rare commodity today. But
tions I, is, when there is a lack of honesty and integrity between administratorsand
officials, a "non- staff in programs where their usefulness depends on these
proach to qualities,it is Indeed a sad state of affairs.
open to students The Navy as a whole does want to help In the drug problem, but the
independent Navy should look very hard at the people they have to deal with this
struction very delicate problem, making sure their intentions are sincere and
pads plus not only compelled by underdeveloped egos.
ing materials are The many drug programs the Navy has can-and willwork, but
Courses G only if the people with the responsibility of Initiating and coordinatingthese
titled Practical programs deal with the problem in perspective and deal with all
I, emphasize a
approach to the .t fairly.(EDITOR'S NOTE: The preceding was the first in a series of com-
officia's said. ASSOCIATES'r ments directed toward the problem of drugs and drug abuse. If you
available only by have any comments or questions about drug abuse, write to the
ent study method following address and a response will be made in this column;
studying II 104 is open under VW-4 COMFAIRJAX Drug Awareness Team, Box 24, NAS Jacksonville,
tion. Fla. 32212. Your name is not required.)

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JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER _u ;; rAGE11Appiication : !
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Secretary of the Navy John H. Chafee has an- F =,'4 SI r, IAG b"I P
pounced that the Navy is now accepting applications A TtIMy SW

from female high school seniors for the Naval Reserve

Officer Training Corps (NROTC) scholarship program.

Jacksonville University will be Enisgn in the Navy or Second
one of four colleges offering the Lieutenant in the Marine Corps. '
program. The following application w r
Secretary Chafee had announced procedures should be followed:
earlier this year that he Send a letter to the Com- 6 Y
had decided to open the NROTC mander, Navy Recruiting
program to females for the first Command (Code 314)), Depart- \1 1If
time in Navy history.In ment of the Navy, Washington,
making that announcement, D.C. 20370. The letter should
he said, "It seems only fair that include reasons for desiring an ,X
women coming to us should have NROTC scholarship and a naval l
the advantages of a Navy career.
scholarship just like our men Scholastic,Aptitude Test (SAT) FICEUR PROMOTION-Lt.Amos McGee Is promoted to his present guessed 1935
do" : scores or an American College rankas Capt. Emory R.Sourbeer,Jr., FICEUR C.O. (Right)and Cdr. you ,
This scholarship provides Tests(ACT)scores and a letter of E.E. Purvis, head of the Support Department at FICEUR, pin on his you're correct. Originally
tuition,fee,books, and a$100 per a letter of acceptance to a new bars. 33 million work-
month subsistence allowance fora university participating in the
period of 40 months. program must be included, ers were covered by so'a
Successful completion of this together with written parental Some Officer Programs cial, security. Today the
program will lead to a com consent.
mission as a Regular or a The deadline date for receipt of program covers 94 million
Reserve Officer in the grade of this letter is June 1. workers.It .
Waive Age LimitationsJax


If you are an enlistedman Education Program (NESEP)-25 started as a programfor
who wants to gain entrance years of age retired people 65 or
into any one of the Navy's In- Navy Enlisted Detic Education
DISCOUNTS service officer producing ProgramDEDEP-23( ) years of older. Today, social security -
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reguired age limits there is Education Program (NENEP- gram protecting dependents -
a'' now a new age waiver policy in 23 years of age and survivors
effect which will provide you witha Medical Service Corps-34 yearsof ,
1 new opportunity.The age paying disabled people,
Arthur Fulmer $' 797 Officer Candidate School
Helmets following in-service officer (OCS-30tt) years of age and providing hospitaland
400-18 Carlisle procurement programs have Warrant Officer-E-6, 33 yearsof medical insurance.HONDA' .
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VOLLEYBALLCecil fine blend of youth and last week ("0" Osier, 227 and
Field turned back their maturity.Buck Wooster and Dick Arlie Blount 200)). 500 sets were
opposition with methodical Gardner continually made the tossed by Dale Howard ((540));
precision last week to retain their big play during crucial times Dave Silver ((540)); Osier ((532)),
6th Naval District volleyballcrown. when it appeared the opposition Ken Seal (523); Blount (520);
would cause the Raiders to era A.! Hank Williams (518)); Barney
Although the Raiders moved The most exciting match of the Stewart ((513)); "Smitty" Smith
through the field winning all tourney was played between ((510)); Tom Gillmore ((504) and
seven of their matches in straight Memphis and Jax in the final Marc Bryand ((501)).
games; teams from Jax, match. With the runnerup trophyat Cecil Field will commence it's
Memphis and Pensacola proved stake, Memphis downed Jax 2 bowling roll-offs to determinewho T.T. Coleman talks with the Volley Ball Teams |lust before the
tough nuts to crack. Each of the games to 1. will man the squad competition gets underway.Community'.
three mentioned teams gave the NTC, Orlando entered the representing the Raiders in the
Raiders a good tussle before tournament with but six players, 6ND tournament to be held at
bowing. and when one player suffered an Pensacola, April 17-21. Participation
Cecil fielded a team which was ankle injury in their second Ron- rfs will start on April 3rd
match, Orlando was forced to at the bowling center. An ;: !
withdraw.An average of 170 or better is
augmented team will required for eligibility in com- 'fl. rs.j
represent 6ND in the Regionals peting in the roll-offs., Bowlers
currently underway at Memphis.The will roll nine games. The top nine
Vy. team consisted of Dick will then roll nine more games, 1 .r. ,
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1 Gardner, Buck Wooster and Don
.. 1' Houghman from Cecil Field. with the top 5 representing Cecil
t Kempton, Weese and Waters of Field. An average of 180 or betteris
11 Glynco. Brandt and Nardell, required in the 6ND tourney.
Jax. Vaccaro, Meeks and Bean SOFTBALLA
from Memphis. The squad willbe'coached meeting of coachs in both I '
by Bill Blair of Jax. slow and fast pitch softball will be 3 I

Congratulations are in order to held in the station gym at 1:00 on '-. 1 .... '
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invited to call extension 497.
Cecil Field Aircraft Maintenance Officer, Cdr. A.J. Smith
two men.BOWLING Umpires are still needed. Call presenting $183.19 contributed by AIMD personnel to John Owens,

it Cecil Field Men's Scratch: Tom McGuckin, extension 497 President of the West Duval Youth. Association. Keeping with the
1 Only two 200 games were rolled and he'll sign you up. spectrum of the established Departmental Objectives( AIMD continues
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10 GAME BOOK Reg $5.00 SALE $3.75

25 GAME BOOK Reg. S10 00 SALE $750 SEE US FOR 'YOUR.
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We're having a grand Birthday Party to celebrate being OPPORTUNITY IOUAI HOUSING, Silver Hyde Park Creek Apartments Apartments

open again for the season! You're .invited for lots of We Do Business. in Accordance With the Atlantic Virginian Arms Arms East Apartments Apartments

Putt-Putt fun, free refreshments and; gifts. Putt-Putt federal Fair Housing Law .Washington Beachwood Heights Apartments Apartments.,

passes and discounts will be given, away and there'll be ,t.tl Wn III"tfy"' Cvil Rghii"" At d|t968l Caravan Eureka Garden Apartments Apartments

special tournaments and putting exhibitions, too! Bring 24 hour maintenance' service J Jacksonville Highlander Apartments No. 3

'the entire, family and make new friends playing Putt. a Private patio l Hospitals
Peel and shuffle board
Putt at our grand re-opening: Birthday Party! Wall to wall carpet and drapes Rental Division
C Sound proofing and air' conditioning
a Free water, garbage pickup, termite control
a washer Equipped, with G.E. regrlgerator' range, garbage disposal, and dish*


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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY f CLASSIFIED

Publisher i ADVERTISING Movie Schedule

JAXAIRNEWS
.1
NASJacksonvllleLATWINGER CALL: 388-2755

i' Ads Should be
TueSday mailed to arrive not later than
for
PUblication'
the
following| Thursday.
Ads
i
NAS Cecil Field arriving too 1 tate for this deadline will be
I Published the fOllowing week unless the Thursday, March 30 Petula Clark, "G" (128 min.)
:
Publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or NAS: "DADDY'S GONE A HOSPITAL: "PINOCCHIOIN
I money
ADVERTISING I order for
OFFICE I
the
full
: received cost of the ad must be HUNTING" Color Suspense OUTER SPACE-
WITH ,
4747 San Juan Avenue the copy for the ad. Starring Paul Burke rind Carol HOSPITAL:' "PINOCCHIO IN (

Jacksonville, Florida f RATE: minimum charge( lines) 12.00 White. "PG" ((108 min.) OUTER SPACE"

Per additional line((4 words per line) .SO HOSPITAL: "LATITUDE Monday,April

ZERO" Color Science Fiction, NAS: "WALKING STICK"

_. ... _.... Color
------- --- Starring Suspense
HH "# : ;: _; !t Joseph Cotton and Starring David
\ : Patricia Medina. "G" (99 min.) Hemmings and Samantha Eggar.

1- West HOUSE FOR SALE Friday March 31 "PG" (101 min.)
EMPLOYMENT Jax,
room,central ROiling air and Hills, 4 BR, Family MOBILE HOMES NAS: "BLACK BEAUTY" B &: HOSPITAL: "GOODBYE,

garage, mortgage at heat 514 wv carpet, W Family Drama Starring MR. CHIPS"
.
Pe
NAVY WIVESPut Phone 781..810. Walter Slezak and Mark. Version.
VA
your skills to work. Interesting FINANCING 4G" ((106 min. Tuesday,April
for keypunches typist, CASH No money down on New Star Mobile )
secretary assignments dictaphone operator, We buy, sell and trade equities. Home. Ask for Ted or Bob.B HOSPITAL: "DADDY'S NAS: "WILD ROVERS" Color

clerks, bookkeepers.HIGH y71'3603 Louise T. Bailey ft J Mobile Homes GONE HUNTING" Western, Starring Ryan 0-Neil
PAY NO FEE Broker 3738 Philips Hwy. and William Holden. "PG"
"1.I9U Saturday,April 1 (109
CALL NORRELL min.)
3965371 1 NEW BIG HOMES JUSTISS NAS: "PINOCCHIO IN
TRAILER PARK
Immediate. Occupancy 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern OUTER SPACE" Color.Cartoon. HOSPITAL: "WALKING. *
Varlng, 3 4 Br., 2-2tt b., all STICK"
PART TIME WAITRESS central trailers and apts. 3893007. "G" (72 min.) ,
heating and
AC. Deluxe
kitchens,
private Club, Orange Park. Good carpeted. Some with flreplaees..AII HOSPITAL : "BLACK Wednesday,April

hourly rate. Mrs. Pike 2646070. In lovely Soutji Wood, lust across the ,M TRANSPORTATION: BEAUTY" NAS: "MAD DOGS AND

LIFE GUARD FOR SUMMER bridge In Mandarn..SWOOO.$39000.! \ Sunday,April 2 ENGLISHMEN" Color Rock

Must have WSI. Mrs. Pike 2646070. As little We as also 10 percent build to down.order.L. 1971 PINTO NAS: "GOODBYE MR.CHIPS" Musical,Starring Joe Cocker and

.Walter Benjamin,Inc. Exec.shape. 31 miles per gal. $1525. Color Muscle Drama, Leon Russell. "PG" (117 min.)
MISCELLANEOUS Realtors 24I-5SO 772.3211; Ext 408-409 or 772.0510. Starring Peter 0-Toole and HOSPITAL"'WILD ROVERS"


PRESCOTT,ARIZONA '71 TOYOTA CORONA ( '
-ARE ORDED MESSAGE BY A Offers best climate In the state. R&H, 4 spd., Michelin tires, 8,000 I -
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells Historic old ranch developed Into 2- miles, under warr. $1875. 2682332. ureepennypera
you how you may become a acre homesltes near Prescott
DISC JOCKEY National Forest. Two THUNDERBIRD LANDAU
acres: $1995
Call 1155-2944 any hourVAAPPROVED low terms. For full details write Mrs. Disc brakes, 4-2 tires, 390 engine,. To
A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 Deluxe Interior overhead Instrumentations Coming ChapelJax
&
bucket seats
North 7th St.
,
For Veterans and servicemen Phoenix 8500*.
console $995 or make offer. Orange
Park. 2825316. -- "The Threepenny Brecht-Weffl
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. HIDDEN WATERS stage triumph.
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots Opera" will be shown Freely adapting Gay's

Pick up & Delivery Available. available. Excellent fishing boating, free of charge at the Small "Begger's Opera", Brecht-Weill
Grooming Deflealng & Bathing. swimming. Mobile Home area. High, St EDSEL ORIGINAL Chapel, April 10 at 8 p.m. conjured the
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E. $695. 7721895. up estravagant
accepted. Visitors\, welcome. 5085 Lake Asbury on No. 209, LaRue. 725- On the eve of Hitler's seizure of world of beggars, thieves,

Edgewood Crt. 3890M4.)() 3992.. power,a talented and courageous prostitutes and retrobate police,
USED CARS FOR SALE
HOUSE FOR SALE 10 Suzlkl125 cc like new' $375 band of artists in Berlin produced all led by the irrespressible Mack
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO 3 BR., house, Oak Hill Park, Air .67 Cadillac Fltwd Sdn. $2195 this historic adaption of the the Knife. .
Cond., carp., S'A' Int., 4100 Equity or
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape 45 Ford Sdn.G-Cond. $425
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate refinance. 771-2647, it Chevy dr HT,G-Cond. $425
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. OAK HILL PARK 48 Olds 88 2 dr. HT.G-Cond $678

SINGER ZIG-ZAG Lovely 3 BR., 2 B., LR, DR, Family CODY'S USED CARS .,
Room, Central A&H, $5,000 equity. 10630 New Road ; :
SewIng machine, like new, Balance King's :
$148.15 monthly. 7726394. We're both
W. $8. 76474S9FRIENDLY
or per month. Phone 398.1683 -
between lOAM 1M.LIVE -- :


Wilford's CRABS Fish Camp RENTALSORANGE here for the :-:

264-9707 PARK RELAXED&

INCOME TAX 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn, Dishwasher QUIET ATMOSPHERE same thingThe
Call 771-2634 for appointment. Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth IHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIinMIIHIIIIIIIIIIMIIIII
Military Tax Service. 3731 Rendale Acts. 771.1405 or 7713355.
Pr I IDEALLY LOCATED FOR

CECIL FIELD, N.A.S. good life.

NOTICE BEING TRANSFERRED? CLOSE TO SCHOOLS We know that lending you money and ,,:

Mending, sewing and alterationsdone. Let a retired Navy man who understands CHURCHESANDSHOPPING offering banking services like checking ac- .
3845177. YOUR problems managethe isn't It
rental of your house until you AREAS counts and savings accounts enough.

return to Jax.Bartleson ""U'JI'; J :tiJIJJi: i !J.\\" .. !Imm:; takes more to keep people happy nowadays.
LAWN MOWING EDGINGcall O'Neill & Payne, Inc. Take 103rd to FirestoneRd. That's why we're more than just another

771-3211 Ext.Hart 8340 1147 So.388.9311WILMAR EdgewoodAve, ., Turn South 2 Blocks bank. We're a friend. A friend you can always

Past Forrest High School. depend on, no matter what your money
TYLER'S AIR COND.SERVICE be.There's %
problems
may ,
We service Auto AC, Central Units APARTMENTSAir
and Window Units. COLONIALORE more than one reason why we're
Reasonable. Conditioned, 2 bedroom Living
4711 Palmer Lake Shore 388.5161 room, Kitchen Bftstnook, parking the best of all possible banks. And they're all

space for 2 cars, water, sewage., STAPARTMENTS here waiting to serve you.
DINETTE SUITE garbage, lawn service. Furnished life? Come we'll work
The us
good see
:
Grey formica top, cast Iron legs, 4 $120., Unfurnished 100. plus 4 percent .. .. ..
arm chairs with cushions. Other sales tax.387-2541 weekends, 389- U cut together. .'4 ''i,

household items. 388-3437, 7865871. 0744. 5928 FIRESTONE ROAD %: h'(;


FOR SALE.CPO BLUES 7716664SPRING ; .
allcZ /d
Khakis and whites. Site 42 reg. Phone TRAILER LOT FOR RENT ri' :
781.0062. Vi Acre. 2 miles So. of Orange Park
High School. $30 mo. 2645024.
SINGER GOLDEN TOUCH A SEW MOTORSVOLKSWAGENS'

Used 12 mos., original cost over $400, HOUSE FOR RENT' ORANGE PARKPHONE
In.4 drawer walnut desk. Makes fancy 2 BR, recently
designs, buttonholes,sews on buttons Whitehouse, kitchen Dead.ln -
blind hems, monograms, etc. Pay Call Mary 8336.. SII'Ser"ice' 244-9526 '. 'f'.
balance of $92.00 or $7 per mo. For sreremodeled ::>..aANTAtlIH) U.S. HIGHWAY 17 Y
fEE home trial.call Rayfield's, 772- ENGINES, i TRANSMISSIONS .
8936. 3 BR HOUSE FUR N. EXCHANGED .f'Wepay IheIe teg.+ :$4 ORANGE PARK0

.0 5 min. to NAS. Conv., to schools. : "OTHWAYSI'' : ', .
welcome. No lease
Children & pets
'REAL* ESTATE. required. Will rent to batchelors. 264- f ..
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WE BUY*SELL EQUITIES
NAS CECIL
Call us for NEAR
quick service. ,
pool,$65 ;- I
Swimming '
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. Furn.Apt., 1 BR. : \0'
4543 Wesconnett Blvd. mo. 771-03..8. i .
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W-3052 '
73MM4 III I" &
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,NEW HOMES -
4 BR, 2 baths Built-in Range COLORFUL OUR IUSINCSS :

tent. Heat Prices from $",900 up. AND VOLKSWAGEN AUTOMOIIllS"
el?A or VA T." w. Fast Occupancy. FASHIONABLERate 1- ) \
w. O. Lyon Broker, 34-5354.
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Of Purchase the WEREPRESENTMANY Navy of land Personnel for future interested use or In [284.92O91; I It a ,

prOfit. Also salute when :t-
VA ] homes of value, FHA or, a ,
financed, In all sections of city. I
Please contact Tom Brooker, US you're in civies! : \ ':
Navy
Retired,' your interested "WAlly" WOIGEM1JTH
Protected. .
11CAVILESST.ST. "SMITTY" H. E. SMIJH.HWY. .
WYNNE
REALTY OF FLORIDA '
INC AUGUSTINE FLA. ': : 17, CHUM cove SPRINGS

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I Beware The Downtown Flim-Flam Man II I


Jax Most guys old enough to he said. "The flim-flammer bar and she promised to meet me they had sent their victim, neatly and drop the sailors off at an
be in the Navy probably think approaches his unwitting victim there in a couple of hours." putting time and distance bet somewhere down-
advice not to take up with with a seemingly simple. and May Work in Teams ween them. town.
strangers is kid-stuff. honest question. While the sailor is still pon- Many Variations In certain areas of the city,
But more than two dozen "Excuse me,do you know where dering the urgent predicament of There are many variations to some sailors find amusement in
sailors in the Jacksonville the Roxy Hotel Is?" the stranger, a third man the flimflam game. Recently, taunting and teasing what local
complex could have saved a "No," is the reply, "I'm new in casually joins the scene. He they've been reported passing as police call "sissies." They're
severe beating or the loss of a lot town. Just reported in to NATTC overheard the conversation ,he FBI agents getting depositors to female impersonators, who
of money, or both, had they at the air station this week1." says, and he knows where the withdraw savings so they could might or might not be on drugs.At .
heeded those and other Like the veteran and Roxy is. But don't take any log serial numbers to catch any rate, they grew up on the
cautionary words. professional he is, the flimflammer money up there he advises, crooked bank tellers. streets and they are tough..and
Officials in the shore patrol has easily and efficiently motioning to the roll of bills the While you might have better to be avoided. I
headquarters in downtown set the stage. first man is invitingly clutchingin sense than to get suckered by aimfiammer Some Progress Made
Jacksonville report they know The victim's answer told his hand. you could very Flim- ammlng around the bus
that many sailors were film plenty: lie's new in town and Leaning close to the sailor, the well get way-laid in other depots and other areas has been
flamed, robbed, or assualted in unfamiliar with the city; he first man whispers that he's off a maneuvers popular of late. SP somewhat curtailed by a special U
the city since the start of the doesn't know the "Roxy" merchant ship and his captain officials relate cases of sailors patrol crew that keeps an eye out
year. There's way to tell how hotel doesn't exist at least in has told him to trust only white being drawn: into conversations in and has helped nab a few of the
many cases went unreported, this part of town: new and men. So, he asks the sailor to bars. After the victim has.been manipulators already. Further, I
they said. traveling alone he'd probably hold his money while he goes to warmed up with a few drinks, they've come to recognize facesof
Measures taken by the SP's welcome a little com- the hotel. he's invited to his new-found some people who regularly
and civilian law enforcement, panionship..and being a studenthe "Sure." friend's home. loiter in these areas and try to
agencies have begun to curb the won't be in the area more thana But to show we trust each Usually, the SP's' end up strike up conversations with
problem. But, the SP's and civilr' couple of months. other," the flim-flammer continues bandaging the battered sailor young sailors.
authorities agree, common senseon Further, the flim-flaramer smoothly, "let's put my and giving him a ride home Working closely with Jackson
the part of potential victims is knows, military pay days are money and your money in this because he doesn't have even bus viDe police and appropriate legal
the best solution to the problem. standard and young sailors goingto sack." fare left.Others. agencies, the Shore patrol has
Thumbing through a stack of school or otherwise-jg an unsettled The sailor agrees; forks over are robbed as they stroll attacked the problem with some
manila folders filled with detailsof position, usually cash his money, and maybe his watch down streets. A car pulls up..a success. "The most important
recent flim-flams, assualts, their paychecks and stuff the too.After gun is shoved at the startled thing," Shore patrol spokesmensay
and robberies on Jacksonville money in their pockets rather putting their collective victim through the car win- "is that sailors don't wander
sailors, the officer in charge of than bother with checking accounts funds into the sack, the first man dow..the victim is relieved of his into areas where they don't have
the Jacksonville shore patrol or other safe-keeping returns it to the sailor. Then he funds. any business. r
explained flimflaming.Starts measures. suggests the sailor go to a spot Sometimes a clout on the head or "Traveling in pairs in these (
In Public Areas "I've got to find that hotel," the where it's agreed they'll regroupat a kick in the groin are dealt the districts is no solution," one SP
j "It usually starts in or around flim-flammer confides to his a certain time. victim, just to give the criminalsa investigator said flatly. "As far
public areas like bus stations," victim, "cause I met this girl In aMILITARYAUTOMOBILE The sailor goes to the little more time to get lost. as the guys in those areas are
designated rendevous point- Now and then a sailor hitchhikes concerned, the more the merrier.
probably a busy, public his way into town and is They've got guns, they're tough
establishment like a bus ter dropped off on the freeway. and they'd just as soon collect. off
minal. There,the sailor will most Walking into the city,he's offereda two victims as one."
likely keep the sack out of sight, ride..sometimes these turn out
not wanting to draw attention. to be short, expensive, and While not carrying a lot'' of
Eventually, he'll open the painful.At money isn't necessarily'going to
sack: either because there's a least one group of sailors save you being robbed, and
little larceny in his heart, or, the were surprised when a man maybe beaten in some areas of
two strangers fail to return as approached then in the bus depot town,SP's do suggest that sailors
MILITARY CIVILIAN
scheduled.The and offered to save them bus fare not carry large amounts of '
LOW RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN open sack reveals nothing by giving them a ride back to the money. A couple dollars back in
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AMERICAN M A YPORT newspaper. The sailors, new to the area, you only consolation after being
'. In reconstructing the episode, missed the first clue when their suckered into a flim-flam or
/ INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE AGENCY the sailor recalls that while the chauffer started down .a being robbed, or beaten. j
f ::::::::,::::::::::::>.::: :::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :::: :>.::::::::::>.>.>.:::::::,,:::::::::::::::::>.>.:,:" first stranger was putting the darkened road that wouldn't take '
money in the sack, the second them to Mayport no matter how And although it would seem,
) "TWO OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU" stranger had momentarily long they drove it. Predictably, obvious, the SP's say they can't
Formerly Continental Insurance Underwriters distracted the sailor. as the car stopped at a red light, emphasize enough that sailors
The switch had been made an armed man jumped into the should not take up with
7'ROOSEVELTBLVD 2990 MAY PORT ROAD ..
f quickly, professionally. strangers -especially those
(Near NAS) (Near NS) car.Equally offering generous, unsolicited
Exactly where the strangerswent predictable, only the
Phone 388-7676 Phone 349-5649 when they parted company sailors had money. The driver services.
with the sailor is not certain. But was broke. If you are victimized-report it!
-- SP officials explain to the sailor, Then playing out the role, the Jacksonville Shore Patrol
rxF it's a sure thing they headed post driver feigned fear and along with local law enforcementand
haste in the opposite direction nervousness from the robbery legal agencies are doing their
best to combat this problem.It's .
in you own interest to
10e come d3 i6oa to.m 3nVAL'S cooperate:

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I Reenlistment! CornerBT3 I Conference At 'NATTCJax '

'
NATTC will host a Resource Management
Working Conference Tuesday and Wednesday, April 4
/ and 5. Department heads and others involved in
budgeting and resource management from technical
training commands throughout the South East will

hi 4 attend.
1 Approximately 35 to 40 people are expected to attend..
The conference, which will be held in Room 7 of
l Building discussions.411, will consist of lectures and group


Representatives from the offices of the Chief of Naval
WILLIAM LEE HOLM re. YN2 WILLIAM WRIGHT, Training and the Chief of Naval Technical Training will
upped for four years at Security. reenlisted for five years at CV.JR. A01 JOHN COOPER, an In- be on hand.
WR20. structor at AO"A" School,
shipped over for three years.


VISITWAYNE

frr SHRUM "

k at his civilian duty station

n BLANDING AGENCY, Inc.'t',
t REALTORSLet

him assist you in
BUYING OR SELLING REAL ESTATE
r 5102 Blanding Boulevard
Sgt. VICTOR H. MCLEAN, JR. SSGT. DANIEL MARBURY re- DP3 MARY' L. ANGELO .... Phone 771-9513
re-wpped for six years at the NAS upped for two years at NAMTD, upped for six at FAW11.
Galley. giving him a total of 20.



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I Jax The Federal-State training; with manpower fund-
. Employment Service is expected subsidising the employer for the ,
. to put about 200,000 more costs of training the new em- A
returning servicemen Into jobs in ployees, and for related
: .' the next six months, and to enroll education and orientation. M 'ir
I nearly 200,000 in Job training Such services as career J f _
programs. counseling, aptitude testing and
' More than 40,000 were enrolled remedial education are available
(. in manpower training programsin through the Employment Ser-
the first five months of last vice.
Employment Service YYY
year
The Employment Service is representatives regularly furnish Y .
playing a key role in the employers with job market information k
President's program to .bring and take their job TJaOF
'. returning servicemen quicklyinto orders.
the mainstream of Americanlife. Job Banks covering more than _
half the nation's work force now
print daily uptotheminutelistings SAILOR TH E MONTH-SMl David E.Young Is congratulated by
If the veteran's military job of all available job Capt.John. R. Kincaid,NAS C.O.and Cdr.W.L. Parks,Admin Officer,
skill is directly transferable to a openings. The banks are on his selection as Serviceman of the Month.
civilian job, such as truck or auto being extended into
presently
he be "job
mechanic, may
statewide systems in all states.
i ready" when he reports to then Additionally, the service has WINNING SMILE Cheryl.
Employment Service. assigned counselors to Europeanand Browne, Miss Iowa, flashes a
If not, he may be given Far East military bases to smile at troopers of the 101st
:) classroom training to acquire a assist soon-to-be discharged! Airborne Division (Airmobile)
and servicemen in making plans for during a recent performance of
.r) job skill; or-he may be hired
the Miss America USO Show at
1 trained in an on-the-job type of jobs or schooling. Camp Eagle Republic of Viet- ::5.P"y'

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"I d ?4 Keeps track of every day, date, and month gold U.S. Navy ring '1L a
A'a 4 In fully adjustable "windows". Rotate the with purple stone
a' 0 'concentric rings to bring the day and dote
V I e into view in the upper windows. The body found at Jax Beach
,I : slides up or down to show the correct two weeks ago. Has
f w a month. It s 7" high in January and shrinks
i: % J + to 5" In December. This smartly designed RTC San Diego 1971
t, a 4 0 calendar that you see here has no begin and engraved initials.
e r ning or end so that it can be offered at
:, ANY time or ANY year. Company message Call 772.3111 (Special CIVILIAN HONORED Capt. John Kincaid (L), NAS C.O.,
or logo can be silk screened | QA Services ) and congratulates Robert H. White of Public Works for being named
; on base. or' upright rod. $ ** identify by initials February's Civilian of the Month. White's wife and his Immediate'
post paid supervisor, Mr. Paul G. Perry, look on at the ceremonies held in the
Individually packed In Gift Box Order Today inside ring. CO's office.

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JACKSONVILLE,FLA.3:210 .'-"\" Traffic
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t ., ,. (' motor vehicle accidents and
5 ,A' 4}'' ":"" "y '< .... traffic violations for the period of

SHEENA :/ ... M jI March 13-19.
BRAND I .. ,...t Number of Accidents
NEW THEJUNGLEQUEEN PLUS CONTINUOUS This period 12
1972 featuringitr tiitndt FLOOR SHOWS This period a year ago 3
JULIUS SQUEEZER fm luring Total accidents this year 83
EDITION (IS f..,'ytholl) 2 EXOTIC DANCERS Total accidents through this

and TARZANA 1"..'....{ GO-GO GIRLS and JSSS. period last year 58
Total number of days since last
.h. 8 till 2 AM injury in a motor vehicle accident -

t\; ,! Out of SIGHT LOUNGE 24
::. Number of days since an injury
JACKSONVILLE
: 1080 CASSAT AVE. 388-9016
]last year at this time 5

j COLISEUM 4:00 pm til 8:00 pm Topless Go-Go Number of Violations
This period 73,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19 A a. COCKTAIL HOURI Speeding 11

t' THRUSUNDAY Y Reckless driving 2
Going through stop sign 8
4 APRIL 23 Other violations 52

i UNDER '2000 AGAIN Twenty-six drivers appeared

Wed. Apr. 19 .....7:30 P.M. AH Uncertainties Are Now Removed before March the Traffic 23. Disposition Hearing Boardon of the

Thu. Apr. 20......1:30 P.M. SURCHARGE cases included the following:
Fri. Apr 21 ........ 8:00 P.M. MO-IMPORT roW..EXCISE-TAX Twelve lost driving and

Sat. Apr 22 .......2:00 P.M. parking privileges aboard the
Sat. Apr. 22 .......8:00 P.M. ALL VOLKSWAGENS DEDUCED station for various periods; seven_

Sun. Apr. 23 ........1:30 I P.M. "' Save $772 fo $788 Now! were eight4 assigned our course to complete in remedial an

Sun. Apr. 23 .......5:30 P.M. ye : ; TOM BUSH driving; two received suspensions -
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Navy Newsgram Good Using Credit Wisely I


Black History For It's easy to believe that when people-including you-to use
MidshipmenJax Friday you buy something on credit all more and more credit: Some
A course focusing on Black
into the curriculum of the History and Culture was Introduced you are doing is paying a little "come-ons", are even aimed specially -
U.S. Naval Academy this extra money for the early use of at you, the militaryman I
semester.The ServicesJax the merchandise. This is true, or at a member of your
elective course is designed to give Midshipmen the opportunity in most cases. But it is also true family.
to better understand the Black experience by providing a broad that, in some cases, the person
survey of the Black American from his African origin to his present will pay an excessive amount The credit decision Is alwaysup
status. The NAS '(termed usury) over the cost: of to the individual or family
The Black man's influence in history and his role in the developmentof Chapel Community is the merchandise simply for the considering buying on ci"dit or
the American future are keynoted. cordially invited to privilege\ of using another per- borrowing money. You, for ex-
Professor John Huston, acting director of the Academy's History attend the Good son's money to get the merchandise ample, are the only one who
Department,stressed,"...It is Important that Midshipmen be he wants sooner than he can-or has a right to-answer
Black Culture and I its historical significance." exposedto Friday Service could get it if he had to wait 'the question: Of the credit avail-
Special Enlisted NEC tomorrow at noon. until he could pay cash. able to me, how much do I needto
The CNO has approved a program establishing a special NEC to Featured at this However, it is rarely realistic use or can I use and still playit
identify enlisted personnel having knowledge of international fields service will be the for an individual or a family to safe?
languages and wishing to fill expect to deal strictly In cash
and foreign foreign duty billets. Forrest High SchoolSr.
today. In fact, it is sometimesvery
The country, area or regional classification enlisted (CARCE) Choir A fact of life in the militaryis
presentingthe sharp personal family
program will create the new NEC 9578, and individuals selected will or that a member of the Armed
of available to "Requiem" of financial management to use an- Forces is expected to his
comprise a pool personnel serve in military assistance other's temporarily to pay
advisory groups, mobile training teams, the Personnel Exchange Gabriel Faure. get what money you must have now, just debts and pay them on tim .
Program (PEP), and other similar assignments. Built around the or want for a reason important Even though the Services do not
BUPERS will publish detailed information in the near future. Seven Last Words of to you. have legal authority to make a
Standing Med Force Proposed member pay a private debt,or to
Christ the theme for When used wisely credit of his to
Secretary of Defense Laird has proposed that NATO establish can divert any part pay
Naval standing force in the Mediterranean.. a Good Friday's be a great aid to economic plan- settle one, penalties ran result
ning, and a way to a better life from nonpayment. "
is "Let Us
recent meeting of NATO Defense worship
At a Ministers, the Secretary as well. But misused, it poses
proposed that the present Mediterranean on.all force be up-graded to Remember Jesus". great dangers to a person'speace So, when it comes to credit
a standing force similar to the one present in the Atlantic. of mind and, often, to the transactions-borrowing moneyor
He also proposed that an oiler manned by NATO crews be made solvency of his family or his buying on credit, there are
available to the Atlantic standing force. solvency as an individual. some advantages of being a
He said that his proposals were greeted with "very favorable s Many economists believe that member of the military community -
response by a vast majority of the Defense Ministers." too much credit is available to- % as well as some special
New CINCPAC NominatedVice problems sometimes encountered. -
day. Take the
Admiral Noel Gayler has been nominated to succeed Admiral with a regular Income-in average person serv- .
John S.McCain,Jr.as Commander in Chief Pacific. h nnI ice or out. Take you, for exam-
Admiral McCain will retire after the change of command slated for I o u ple. How many places can you Yes !
this summer. purchase items by "charging"them
Admiral Gayler, who holds three Navy Crosses for various combat and paying later? How We assemble
actions,is presently Director of the National Security Agency.In s many gasoline, bank, store, or
connection with his nomination as new CINCPAC, Admiral other credit cards are tucked and adjust
Gayler has also been nominated for promotion to full admiral. away in your billfold or in a ,:.("""\ b k
drawer at home? How many ad- \ I es.

Capt. Horton Keynotes ey vertisements.offering or merchandise for extra"nothingdown" mon- ,,'\ *Pert and Srvlc

and "small monthly pay-

ments" hammer away at you ( EMAN'S1
FR
WAVE ConventionJax D .o daily over radio'or television or
through the newspaper? BICYCLE SALESWf

All of these "come-cns" are
Mound St.2M-5M1 Orange Park
-Captain Mildred McAfee disseminating information about aimed at getting more and more
,Horton, USNR (Ret),.will be the today's Navy, plans are being
featured speaker,at the banqueton -made tours in the Kansas City
5 area, including the Plaza, the
Saturday evening, August SitS k"r
during the WAVES 30th An- Nelson Gallery of Art and Atkins a eC.eriasHouse Standing Boulevard
niversary National Convention in Museum, and the Truman of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Center
,Kansas City, Missouri. As Library. Phone 771 9223 ,.
Captain McAfee, *she was the Former and currently active Every FRIDAY I Night is
first Director of the Women's women officer and enlisted Every SATURDAY Night is
Reserve during World War II and personnel of the U. SI: Navy and FAMILY NIGHT
served in this capacity from 1942 their guests are invited to attend.A Your choice of
until her retirement in 1946. total registration of ap STEAK 179 Chicken &
proximately 1000 is anticipated.
The Convention will begin on Individuals interested can Dumplings 79 4:
Thursday, August 3, with obtain additional information by I NIGHT
registration at the Hotel writing to the National Chairman Chopped Steak

Muehlebach and will continue Commander M. Elaine % Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables. Bread and Butter
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.1' Personalities In The News

i Many Happy Returns
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: : Jax .- PTC Herbert Swanson and CT03 Robert While stationed here, he
,r": Some taxpayers send in more than money with their returns. Brown Jr. of FICEUR has Kough. was assigned as the motor
; Each year hard losers bombard Internal Revenue Service's transport noncommissioned
S received a Letter of
processing centers with everything from the shirts off their
Commendation from the AT2 Jim Stepp of VW-4 officer and
backs to Band-Alds, which supposedly show how much it hurts.
Good Conduct main clerk.
earned a guard
Commander of the Sixth
One man included just a handful of buttons with'hi.. return.
"You got the shirt last year," he wrote. Fleet for meritorious Medal and received the

Tax collectors and citizens have been trying to settle their service aboard the aircraft award when he reenlistedfor ADJ1 Matthis Hathorne,
differences for centuries, the National Geographic Society says. carrier USS Forrestal. four years.5RETIRING Line Petty Officer at

The petty official of ancient Sumeria "who brought the deadto Aboard the carrier from NARF, received another
the cemetery," said a chronicler of about 2350 B.C., had to September 1970 to June from the Navyis Good Conduct Award.
be paid off with seven pitchers of beer and 420 loaves ot"bread.
1971 Chief Brown was AMSC.Harry P. Sirrine,
Other tax collectors lurked everywhere.The ,
Leading Chief of the Sgt. Jimmie L. Long of
Romans were perhaps the most modern of all., They assigned as Leading Chiefof
taxed,almost everything. At one time, they levied charges onexports the Integrated Career Information Center MATSG's Food Service
Operational Intelligence here for the past three Department was promotedto

Center and as years. Chief Sirrine is his present rank

Photographic Intelligence ending a 30-year career recently.The .
t Supervisor. which began in August 23-year-old Marine

His citation states that 1941. He and his wife has been in the Marine

: I he "unfailingly performedall Emma will be living at Corps 5% years and has
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responsibilities in an Orange Park. been at MATSG the past
eight months.
outstanding manner,
imports, land, property and income, plus exacting displaying an exceptional AT MARINE
,, 'rt- poll)),luxury, temple and road fees. devotion to duty." BARRACKS, Sgt. Joseph I Itsrs.rrsorrrro
Officials debated such thorny questions as, increase M. Cason received a PHONE Jtt 8535 |
Chief Brown was I I
of a slave girl be considered income or a property ?
'.. Prying tax collectors shocked citizens in medieval England. presented with the award. Meritorious Mast from his I I

According to one contemporary: "There was not a single hide by Capt. Emory R. commanding officer, Maj. (;}/ \I
(land unit) nor yard of land nor even-it is a shame to tell Sourbeer, FICEUR's Joseph Lavin. r-:::=- a s 1
though it seemed no shame to do-an ox, nor a cow, nor a
commanding officer. Cason who has been I
Sgt. I
swine that was left that was not set down in his writing. 12491251 King St.
Attitudes have changed little through the centuries. The transferred to Cherry I Jacksonville,Florida 32204 I
,\ American writer and humorist! Mark Twain had no trouble Point, N.C., was cited for
I ,t answering the riddle: What is the difference between a taxi. THREE FICEUR his of WANTED !
<, dermist and a tax collector? "The taxidermist takes only the Navymen have been superb performance II USED CAMERAS AND \
} skin," he said. promoted to their present duty. He re-enlisted for six EQUIPMENT. PAY '

An unexpected reprieve borders on ectasy. "Next to being rank. They are CYN3 years and was promoted to I TOPDOLLAR.3M-S535 I

shot at and missed," testified one long-suffering military tax- Danny Goetz, PT3 David his present rank before his IBRING THIS AD WITH YOUI I
payer, "nothing is quite as satisfactory as an income tax re departure. irrrrrs.rrr1WESTMEADOWS
fund. If you haven't sent in your return this year rememberthat
April 15 is the deadline.HOST.

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I. ; lax Sports Briefs

In Cocoa Beach

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Jax The Navy Jax Swim yard freestyle
Team traveled south two weeks followed with another competition first and tries. TRACK. AND FIELD MEET
place
KO for the Second Annual Cocoa in the 13-14 girls 109-yard Judy Milewski collected a Jax A Track and Field Organizational Meeting. will be held OH
Beach Winter Invitational Swim freestyle with a rapid 0:59.2: short fourth place ribbon in the 1J-17 April 5 at 9:30: a.m. at the athletic office. All units and commands
meet and garnered a very course finish, She also placed girls 109-yard breaststroke and a interested In participating in the Kay 2 meet are aatod to send a team
sixth place finish in third sixth place in the senior girls 269-
respectable a in the girls 13-14 representative to the meeting:
field of 22 team entries. Teams individual medley and 200-yard the 100-(( yard breaststroke.Robin SPRING CUP GOLF TOURNEY tf
from as far away asHamden, yard backstroke. She added O'Leary demonstrated Jax-The Annual NAS Jax Spring Cup Golf Tournament will be heldat
Connecticut participated in the fourth and fifth place finish in two a unusual stamina by contributing the Jax golf course on April t and 15. All active duty f military
two-day competition which was other events ((13-14 individual finishes of,third,place personnel stationed at NAS Jax are eligible to participate as well as all
year 100-yard
hosted by the Cocoa Beach Swim breaststroke and senior girls 200- and fifth place in the 13-14 girls retired military personnel who normally play at NAS Jax and have
Club. yard backstroke) for a team high 200-yard freestyle and senior established club handicaps.
Patti Milewski was the Individual of six individual place finishes. girls 500-yard freestyle, Play will be 36 holes medal play utilizing full handicaps. Flights will
leader among several Susan Fitzpatrick showed respectively.In be formed by handicaps. Entry fee is $2.00 per individual. Prizes will
members of the Navy Jax Team exceptional style in the 15-17 girls Scott the boys 11-12 age group, Jim be awarded to winners and runnerups in each flight. Players will haveto
who won honors in their competition by winning two the won third place ribbons in arrange their groups and starting times, but at least two tour-
respectbre inidivdual and team fourth place, two fifth place and 200-yard I.M. and 100-yard nament players must be in the same group.
events. The young speedster one sixth place finishes in a in freestyle the and place fifth and sixth For further information and to sign upcheck with the Golf Course
100-yard back and but-
placed first in the senior girls 200- strong field of senior girls enSHARPSHOOTERS Club House.
terfly.
JAX POWER BOAT CLUB 4":
John Brennock .carried the Jax -The next meeting of the Jax Navy Power Boat Club will be
team colors into the eight-year- held on April 4 at 8:00: p.m.at the NAS Marina. ,
old-and-under competition and Two weeks ago the club took nine boats on a one-day trip to Sleepy
the seven year-old speedster Hollow up in Black Creek. Their next trip will,be discussed at next
finished strong in the 100-yard week's meeting.
I.M., winning fourth place with a Anyone interested in Joining the club is reminded that you don't haveto
time of 1:33.0.: lie finished fifth in own a boat to be a member. For more information about the club
the 25-yard backstroke and was contact Commodore John Kilchrist at 3538 or 264-9373. %
tied for fifth place in the 25-yard SOFTBALL OFFICIALSJax
butterfly with a 0:19.4: effort. The 1972 Intramural Softball Officials Program is now un
R k. Other members who con- derway. If you would like to participate in umpiring in the NAS and
tributed to winning efforts in NATTC programs contact the Athletic Director at Ext. 3239 for: the
P team relays were Carla Glaraton times and dates of the planned clinics.
s
i x i in the senior girls 400-yard JAX NAVY BOWLING TEAMS
.Sq.e'af medley relay (fourth place); Jax Qualifications for the Jax Navy Bowling Teams will be held
Diane Kangas in the senior girls April 3-6 at the station bowling center.
L i 400-yard freestyle (third place); Bowlers must have a recorded current average for 21 games of at
Brian and Mark Mason and Kevin least 180 for men and 140 for women. Certification of average must be
Catoe in the senior boys 400-yard provided before registration and only active duty personnel are
relay (fourth place); Karen eligible. Contact the athletic office at Ext. 3239 for more information.JAX .
Fitzpatrick in the 13-14: girls 200- NAVY GOLF TEAM
4 yard frpc relay (third place). Jax -The Jax Navy Golf Team will play the Florida Junior College
Golf Team at 12:30 today at the NAS Golf Course.

Members of the FICEUR Pistol Team stand
with their awards after presenting them to Capt. E.R. Sourbeer, Jr., Navy-Marine "
FICEUR C.O. (L to R) Lt. K.G_ Shaver, CWO2 M.F.Matthews, PTl Bowling ] l i; *ji @ t:1: 1 ilimifWl; ;it[ 1i; t"
J.R. Bradley Capt. Sourbeer, Ltg(| ). H.T. Hugghins, Lt. J.J.
O'Rourke. Scores J
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In Five Pistol MatchesJax THE US SHUTBIRDS 74 521h 59th 38 JAX m

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Pistol Championship Matches caliber competition and the 7-GUNS 36% 74%
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Season
01 Little Opens
I ":\ League

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Jax-This Saturday April 1,at f a
noon the Blue Angel Little
League Field, located near the
main gate will be the scene of ,.., If [ "
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opening day ceremonies for the v -...... -011111 -......, ,
1972 Lakeshore I .
Navy Ortega
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4 (NOD) Little League season. ..; ...
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The consists of 10 minor d" '. v .
league '" "- "
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eight league ,
league, major < ;,"" .>;I. < 1, < '
nine senior league teams. The '.. I ",;.i... .I .... ; .:it .. { :O"I''" "
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minors and majors are made up ::< tf". <; j",,<....>:'" ',...'.}."::'fi\-.,',.It,, '.:....",.'...\.."<.'..{." ti..'r>"'';:lJ."""
to old while
of eight 12 year boys .J;. .." '''' 'y ,'
the seniors are 13.15 years of age. .. .... "" '. W tf.i".fj,
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All of the teams are sponsoredby -; ,
either civilian businesses and
organizations or units, com-

mands and organizations on- .,.H, '....: .
board NAS Jax. The
managersand
PREPARING FOR OPENING DAY
The MATSG
major league
coaches are also a mixture of
and team goes through batting practice in preparation for their opening
civilian military
HEAD FIRST-Kent State player slides Into home plate head first While Saturday marks the game on April 1.Intramural.
in late Inning action against the Naval Academy in an exhibition game opening of the major league
played at Mason Field last week during the Academy's visit to
the minor league won't
season, Golf
tied at 6-6 so that StandingsNATIONAL
Jacksonville. This game was halted with the score start until April 8. The senior
the Academy could make it to Jacksonville University for an af
k league tryouts will start on April
ternoon game. 15. Each league will play a 20- LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
game schedule and the season is W L W L
Basketball Champs expected to end around June 10. MARTD .5 0 NARJAX No.1 5 0
At the end of the season an All. FICEUR 3 2 VP-49 5 0
Star team is selected from each 679th 3 3 HOSPITAL 4 1
Decided Tomorrow league to represent the NOL in VW-4 3 3 AIR OPS 3% 3Mt
the district Little League NARJAX No.2' 2 3 NDRC 2Vt 3%
playoffs FAW-11 % 2 3 A-CMAINT 1 '4 r
Jax-VP-49 and VW-4 were the VP-16 83; HOSPITAL 70: As the season gets underwaythe FWF 2 4 COMMUNICATIONS 1 6.
only unbeaten teams in games Shepard had 25 for the winners major league teams will be VP-16 2 4 COMFAIRJAX 0 5
played up through last Monday and Klein had 22 for the losers. playing every Saturday from 1-
night in the Intramural BEES 77: NATTC 44: 7:15 p.m. and on every weekday
Basketball Playoffs while NATTC led 33-32 at the half but at
except Wednesday 7:15: p.m.
I NATTC, Hospital and the Bees lost their touch in the second halfas The minor league will, play ; SPEAKEASY ROOM* i
eliminated. scored only two points the *
were they games at 5:00: p.m. on weekdaysand
The championship game -is entire quarter and only nine in on Saturdays from 9 a.m..to 5 '1 LlVE2STAGE' t iOF
+ scheduled for Friday at 4:00: p.m. the last quarter while the Bees '
Results of games played as of rolled up 30 points in the last p.m.While the leagues are pretty 't: t.
Monday night are as follows: quarter alone. Vogt had 16 and well set with coaches and SUZANNE '** ,,
t VP-49 69; BEES 56: Judice and Hitler 15 for the Bees. managers, LCdr. J.A. Mulren-
Mitchell led the Woodpeckers win VP-49 75; AIR OPS 68: Martin nan, president"of the Board of PRII0HARDvi
j with 15 and 14 points respec- with 22, Judice with 20 and.Dulin Directors of the NOL said that
(, tively.Hitler had 17 for the Bees. with 16 led VP-49 while McGee umpires are still needed. No
y AIR OPS 45; NATTC 44: with 23 and Warner with 24 led experience is needed and trainingis ?
NATTC found themselves behindby Air Ops. held on Thursday afternoons at I I ,
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seven points at the end of the AIR OPS 55; BEES 46: The .the Blue Angel Field. "* 44-23-34-IITB-ITI'iiy
third quarter and made a strong Bees were eliminated in this z
comeback effort in the last game as McGee led Air Ops with ; ;:: :;;: : 1 ; ; ill 1; DNTI'UOUS FLOOR\\\0'<
v quarter only to fall short. Warner 25 points. SPM2AMOFFICE
had 18 for the winners. Jenkins
< .- and Kaelin had 12 each for MEDICAL 75; HOSPITAL, 61: Dh LOUNGE
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NATTC Johnson kept hopes .
VW-4'67; MEDICAL 64: .alive with 29 points. 5916 Philips Hwy.
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