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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: April 6, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 30 NO. 3 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida APRIL 6, 1972 1

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Hometown Recruiting ) + 'Of....

1 Jax The following items highlight this week in .

News: Recruiting ProgramsActive t' s f.
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duty enlisted personnel will participate in two new ..
i aimed at boosting the Navy's recruiting effort in hometowns t
the nation. .

Under the Recruiting Assistance Program, selected 1
reenlistees will be sent to their hometowns for ten days of
additional duty to talk to high school and other youth groups. .
l Under the Recruit Feedback Program, selected boot .
graduates will be sent to their hometown for five days of TAD. Itl
The reenlistees will be authorized to take up to ten days of
after their TAD and the recruits will be. authorized to take their r
, mal boot l leave after their TAD.
Participants both programs will be selected on the basis of .
::1' ability and desire to tell the Navy's story to their peers.
, Recruiting command officials say participants in the
Assistance Program will be from .
picked mainly among -
I' reenlistees because their hometown ties would normally be )
than those of other reenlistees.

i 50,000 Enlisted AdvancementsOver
enlisted have been authorized
50,000 personnel SAILOR PLAQUE-Walt Murr of WTLV-TV, Channel 12 Jacksonville, talks with .
as a result of the February Navy-wide advancement R. Gets, moments before the Fleet Air, Jacksonville Commander was filmed ,
Advancement authorizations now being mailed out by the
t are for Argentine sailors in Bahia Blanca, Jacksonville's sister city in South
Center.Advancement '
I Examining Gets' presentation,which was translated by LCDR Joe Sullivan of VP-49, will be
dates are being set only for those being promoted
I about Jacksonville which was to be hand-carried to Bahia Blanca by Murr
May, June, July or August. Others picked for advancement will
t Monday. Murr plans to make a film in Bahia Blanca for airing in
h designated selectees.
Officials say they expect selectee advancement dates to be issued
=. August 31

'" New Employee Appeals Board Crows Are Ready To Fly !

.. A new Employee Appeals'Review Board has been established by ., ..
-. the Navy to process appeals and compliants from its civilian employees.
of advancements has arrived here for the Paula Novak, PN1 Jackie Pat-
In the past, appeals were processed by the Office of Civilian Manpower in terson, ASM2 Gary Portell, PR2
who took their rating exams
Management (OCMM), which also created. and women Roger' Sartor, HM2 Hubert
personnel policies.The June is the month for proud petty officers Savoy, AC3 Robert Schweiss,
new board funtions separately from OCMM. It is under their new crows. HMC Orville Walker, ASH2

direct supervision of Assistant of the Navy (M&RA James Johnson of selectees Simmons. RM2 Arthur Sullivan Jeffrey Warren, AZ2 Carol
who terms it a milestone in the government's employee to await and AC2 Michael Olin. Williams, DK2 Donald Charlie Shearer.Farinas
and ASM2
program. 11)l advancement July

.a ASM3 Harley Alink, AG3 Becky August 1
I a roll includes Conques, ADJ2 Robert Cooper, AZ3 Puanani Bennion, AK3
J 4 11 PH3 Yvonne Crowley, AMH2
Nancy Crowley, PN3 Mary
1 Clark Davis, HM2 Robert Evans,
Gardina, DP3 Bonnie Guidry,
ADJ2 PN2 William Feltman, AQI
ASE3 Bruce Hampton, PN3 Lois
ADJ2 James Walter Gunby, PH3 Marion
Kirsopp, AMS2 Gale Lauer, DT3
Haralson ASE3 Richard Hotard
Robert Dyer, Dennis Oldani, YN3 Dessie
AMS3 Thomas' Jackson YN3
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Oliver, AQC Lloyd Parsons, A03
Johnston and CS2 .
Ronald Jeffrey
ASH2 .
Dain Pearce,DTI Marvin Ragan,
pwK+ iAaa 4 McKay, AC2 Eduardo Marcelo. ASE3 Al Taglialavore and ADJ3 \
S. Pulmano, Also: AC3 Robert McMichael, Manuel Garcia. :
I AX2 AMH3 C. Murdock, DP2 Jerry
I AC2 Max Nelson, AZ2 Lynda Nestle, PN3 Selectees +

I AMII1 N. Temple, HM2 M. i
I, Completes: Arnold, HM3 David Ash, AE2 M,
I, Baltes, IIM3 D. Bowie, ADRC H. <<
I Brannan, AZ3 Barbara Brown, '
1000 Complex AZ3 Jackie Cammuse, AT3 K. '
Cochran, A03 Robert Conti, AOC \4y
D. Cumbee, AE3 C Dourty, AT3 \
I -ollar con- parking spaces. C. Emerson, YN3 Linda '
I complete the The entire project is estimatedto Fulkerson, AEC J. Gupton, AT3
complex cost $1,138,000.Another J. Guthrie,SK3F. Hall, HM3 H.
here today contract will be let this Harold,SD3 R.Ilagan and SDC C. :
month, according to Project Jaro. .
on Hangar Manager, Ens. Ron Buckley of 'Also: AT3 S. Jones, AOl Gary ,
Public Works, for huge concrete Laun, AT2 W. Lazenby, ASH3 W. 1
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Vaught, com- parking aprons west and east of. Lemmon, CYN3 Dorothy Lempa,
Wing 11; Capt. the hangar. AZ3 Lightfoot, CS1 R.Lyons, SDI
t ; station com The completed'patrol aircraft Machitar, AK3 R. March, ASH3 ;
; and Capt. support facility will have cost Mddleton, HM3 Max Morey, AT2 1
L new Public about $12 million and can house Nordquist, ASH3 John Oden, AX1 I
? and Resident and support five squadrons at onetime J. Peacock, DP2 D. Petre, AE2 t
of all station
M. Ravens, ATS Ridenauer ATS
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".&' ,_," ,,w.'... R., B: ,'Gay Currently, there are five Thompson, ASM3 R. Thorsen,
MOTHER JOINS NAVY. Mary tiles, a divorcee and mother of Inc., will build I squadrons based here three of A03 D. Tirrell, A03 R. Tuten, k
children puts her signature on her enlistment papers for Capt. of the patrol which are deployed at this time. ABE3 T. Warren,CS1 W. Watson, '.
Tate, commanding officer of the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, completed Another squadron, VP-24 from AT3 S. Wessels, AE3 Weyhmulle, I
. she became the second mother with dependent children to sign up include an Patuxent River, Md., wil: join GMTC D. Ray and ASH2 F. \

the Reserves here. She drills on weekends as a Yeoman. (See page ) ,bay and Fleet Air Wing-11 in August. Watkins: \ .

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Monday thru Thur

11 am. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday b Saturday

Friday 11 a.m. to Midnight' Sunday 11 am. to 1 am. Friday I 6 pm Friday April 7 SUPPER: Stuffed Peppers, Tomato
to
midnight
11 a.m. to 2 a.m. 11..m..n p.m. BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit Sauce, Snowflaked Potatoes Boiled
Friday b Saturday Tues..Thurs.. Sunday Saturday 2 pm Juice, Hominy Grits, French Toast, Cabbage and Carrots, Seasoned Green
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1. a.m. lla.m. llp.m. Noon to Midnight to midnight Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Beans, Salad Bar, Applesauce Cake,
9 a.m. to 2 a.m. Frl.Sit Cheese Omelet, Fried Eggs to Order, Lime Jello.SANDWICH.
11..m..la.m. Monday thru Thur Home Fried Potatoes, Bar.
Sunday Sunday 2 pm Pastry LINE: Sloppy Joes on
9a.m. to Midnight 11 a.m. to Midnight to 7 pm DINNER New England Clam Hamburoer Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor

Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Salmon Frankfurters, French Fried
Cakes, Scalloped Potatoes Onions,
Potatoes, Dessert Bar.
I r Brown Gravy, Buttered Broccoli,
Chesty Has ReturnedJax Tuesday,Apri111BREAKFASTChilledApple
Simmered Pinto Beans, Salad Bar, Juice,

Assorted Fruit Tarts, Hermits. Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order,

Just as mysteriously as hundreds of his loyal admirers. 'A SANDWICH LINE Cheese, Lettuce French Toast w-Syrup, Choice of

he had vanished, he returned. Then, there in the flesh, was 4 DllIlllr and Tomato Sandwich or Grilled Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Creamed
Hamburgers, Frankfurters, French
The "he" is Chesty, MATSG's Chesty. Ground Beef Pastry Bar.

English Bulldog mascot. No one can seem to pin-point a rnw Fried. potatoes, Potato Chips, DessertBar. DINNER French Onion Soup,

Chesty was reported as' being reason why the one year-old SUPPER Pork Chop Suey, Egg Foo Steamship Round of Beef, Natural

U.A. two weeks ago and cries for Lance Corporal would take an Young, Shrimp Fried Rice, Chow Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Simmered, Salad

him to return went out from unauthorized leave, but there -. ', 13'a11S11P AAeln Noodles, Seasoned Carrots, Navy Bar.Dutch Beans Apple, Buttered CakeVanilla:Spinach\Vafers.

were rumors that Chesty had Buttered Green Beans, Salad Bar, Submarine
I'ItTESl'ANTNA' : SANDWICH LINE:
been with Assorted Cup Cakes, Baked Custard.
seen a strange poodle .\!.Allt STATION Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers,
several times and she was SANDWICH LINE Cold Plate, Frankfurters French Fried Potatoes,
Assorted Cold Cuts, Cheese, Potato
believed to be the
primary Potato Chips, Dessert Bar.
SUNDAY Salad, Baked Beans, Potato Chips,
reason. SUPPER: Roast Pork, Brown
Church School (all ages) 9: Dessert Bar.
No administered Gravy French Fried Potatoes, Ap-
punishment
was
a.m. at ,Chapel Annex. Divine Saturday,April Buttered Mixed
to the Lance pleasauce.
Corporaldue Worship 10:30: at All Saints' BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple Salad
Vegetables, Cream Style Corn
F to a fine service record and Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to
Chapel. Bar, Devils Food Cake, Vanilla
M
I outstanding proficiencyconductmarks Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Pudding. ,
yet for some reason, French Toast, Choice of Ham or Pork Cold Plate,
High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel Annex SANDWICH LINE
Chesty barks on the subject and Junior and senior youth Sausage, Minced Beef, Lyonnaise Assorted Cold Cuts and Cheese,
Potatoes,
Bar.
no one is pressing.But Pastry
Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Potato
at 722.
Fellowship-1:30 p.m. Bldg. BRUNCH t at 10 a.m. Beef Rice '
whatever
Chesty, your Chips, Dessert Bar.Wednesday.
Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at Soup, Grilled Veal Steaks, French
reasons (and we're sure they'regood ,April 12
small Chapel. Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans,:Salad
) Welcome Home. BREAKFAST Chilled GrapefruitJuice
ones Bar, Peach Pie, Chocolate, Chip
Tuesday Hot Oatmeal, Chilled Apricots
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.. Cookies. Fried Eggs to Order,Griddle Cakes w-

at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Gravy SUPPER, SnoMlaked{ i Turkey Potatoe Roast.$,;'Cream Cran Syrup, Choice of Ham, or Pork

SerVic at small Chapel.1NAVAL Sau&adk/ Baked Pork and Beans,
; p.m. berry Sauce, bread Dressing French

JT A X AIR KT E WSThe Fried Cauliflower' Buttered Peas and Hash DINNER Brown: Potatoes Corn Chowder, Pastry, Bar.Baked

HOSPITAL Carrots, Salad Bar, Lemon Cake,
Chicken, Brown Gravy, Mashed
Divine Worship-10 a.m. at St. Pineapple Pudding. Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered
,
Sunday April
Lukes. Broccoli Harvard Beets, Corn
. BREAKFJVST .. Spears
i JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper" f .of' -- r Chllled.JomatoJuice. Bread-Dressing, Salad gar Baked

distributed each 'Thursday at the U S. Naval Air Station CATHOLIC | :3 Hominy Grits, Chilled 'Apples, Peanut Butter Cookies.
Apricots, Fried Eggs to Order,
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing, Company, a Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at, St. ,1 Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, French Toast,. SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham-
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS' Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Meat. burgers or Frankfurters, Egg Salad

must be forwarded to the Public' Affairs Office Box 2. NAS 'a.m. and 11 am.; Daily' Mass- Scrambled Eggs w-Ham. 'Baked Sandwich, French Fried' potatoes,

Jacksonville, by I2QO noon on Monday before publication. News' Monday, Tuesday, Thursday-and, Beans, Pastry Bar Dessert Bar.SUf'PER&' ,
Fried Fish Portions or
items are, welcomed, from all sources.. Telephone 772-3118 or Friday-U:30 a.m. Wednesday BRUNCH at 10 am, Cream of Frankfurters w.Cheese. and Bacon,
3119. at the Naval Tomato Soup, Grilled Cbeesebgrgers
Mass 11:30 a.m. Steamed Rice, Seasoned Lima Beans,
Hospital Chapel. Saturday French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, .
Buttered Cauliflower Salad Bar.
"Everything advertised in this publication must be 'made Confessions-: and 5 p.m. Salad Bar, Lemon Meringue" 'pie, Chocolate Cream Pie, Sugar Cookies.

II available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, Chewy Nut Bars. SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham.

creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser user, or NATfC, SUPPER Baked Virginia Ham, burgers or, Frankfurters, Cheese,
Pineapple Sauce, Whipped Potatoes,
a. patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. in Simmered Sauerkraut, Buttered Lettuce and Tomato Sandwich, French

opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print Building 500. Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Apple Fried Bar. Potatoes, Potato Chips, ,"*""Dessert

advertising from that source" Dilly Cake Butterscotch Pudding.. Thursday,April( Ii

Monday,April 10 BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple

Advertisements are solicited by the 'publisher and queries BREAKFAST Chilled' Orange Juice, Cooked Farina;'Fried Eggs to

concerning such should be directed.to, Juice, Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Order, French Toast'w.Syrup, Choiceof
The average monthly social Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Minced

;? THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY .. securitypayment to a retired of Ham or Pork Sausage, Home Fried Beef on ToastLyonnaise Potatoes,
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Potatoes,Baked Beans, Corn Muffins. .
Pastr/ Bar
4747 San Juan Ave Jacksonville Fla. 322J10 worker is
now $116- DINNER Navy ,Bean.Soup, DINNERt"Split Pea Soup Breaded
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Telephone 388-2755 more than five times the Swiss Steak w Brown Gravy French Pork Chops, Cream Gravy, Mashed

amount paid in 1940 when Fried Potatoes, Buttered Beets, Potatoes, Chilled Applesauce,
VOL. 30 'NO. 3 APRIL I 6, 1972 the payments began. Seasoned June Peas, Salad Bar Seasoned Asparagus, Buttered Corn,

Coconut Cream Pie, Raisin Cookies. Salad, Bar, Baked Apples.CCc1 .


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I Editorial

.' "Strafght/ facts-"f rom the 29 Years '

It's Gotta Be: One :Navy D Op e ComFairJax Drug Awareness Team

Ago.. ..
Jax The Navy now has its first Black admiral- ,

RAdm. Samuel L. Gravely. On March 1, the first Twenty-nine years ago on April
Chinese-American assigned as commanding officer of a OnDope 6, the first WAVES to become

Navy ship, Cdr. Ming E. Chang, took command of the Hospital an indoctrination Corpsmen here course arrivedfor at

USS Rathburne. the Naval Hospital.The .
I These are important firsts for the Navy. They pointup 50 girls reported as ;
that no matter what the color of an individual's skin, Hospital Apprentices to be In-
the Navy offers him the chance to advance as far and as One of the reasons that marijuana is so widely used is doctrinated into Hospital Corps

fast as his ability and dedication will take him. that it is probably the cheapest of all illegal drugs. duties training, period.during At a the one-month end of this
The Navy recognizes the need for race relations. t
ai igMMiiiia ii iJMffl_IIII.ln 111110 ':<'!\Jt! imwMm.'mmfiI :! course, they were rated ac- i
Racial problems are not unique to the Navy. They did cording to their previous training ,\
not originate in the Navy. But they do exist. So the I Drug Counseling HereJax I in the field of medicine and all of :
Navy is doing everything it can to solve them. N those chosen for the indoctrination -

Minority,groups are receiving greater representationin With the recent is being planned here April dards set bv had the to meet Bureau stan-of
the Navy's officer corps. More minority group addition'the Naval Drug 15 fot anyone who is interested Medicine and Surgery.The .
members are being admitted to the Naval Academy, Centers to the Navy and in counseling and curriculum then included
most here at NAS
recently rehabilitation.
Naval ROTC Officer Candidate School first aid and minor ,
and
programs, Jax, it has again been Counseling is just one of surgery
officer programs for enlisted personnel. proven that th&....Nav1Is the combined services nursing sanitation arts, metrology, hygieneand
: Minority groups are sometimes discriminated against indeed interested in available to all local anatomy and
physiology, including a thorough
in off-base housing and education. So the Navy is taking overcoming the problem of commands through the indoctrination in the wards and
s. firm steps against housing discrimination through its drug abuse. Drug Center to better on special assignments.
The director of the NAS combat drug abuse here.
Housing Referral Offices and related programs. And it Drug Care Center, CWO-2 The chief counselor is CSC Today, there are 25 Hospital
will not allow children living on base to be bussed to Carl E. Doan,says, "These Clarence Scott, a graduateof Corps WAVES wards assigned and to thehospital's
i schools which discriminate aginst r.a minorities. centers are the newest and the California workshopand duties. special

t Whether is black brown red -most progressive also provided by the These WAVES trained at
a person yellow or programs the Navy has Drug Awareness Team and were
\\ white, he is a member of the same, Navy. And, as the today and are planned to be the Drug Awareness the 14-week Hospital Corps
i title of the latest CNO SITREP film states, "It's Gotta ':.1 comparable in quality to Education Specialist. School in Great Lakes, 111.
t Be One Navy." even the best civilian drug Anyone interested in ARIZONA-U.S. agricultural
r :, program." attending the centerscounseling scientists are refining a tech-
t:0: Mr. Doan is a recent workshop this nique that could permit the
( Red Cross CourseJax t.t.graduate of the counselingworkshop month should contact Mr. breeding of plants in test tubes,
at North Island, Doan or Chief Scott at thus appreciably shortening the
;;j Calif. A similar workshopAM Bldg. 451 or Ext. 2900. time now needed to and
1,1 develop
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been up against an small chapel. An -

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course your vcrwncp 6 a.m.-IO
or at work when you ;
didn't know just what be held there Apr1l17, D PICKUP & DELIVERY \
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you can appreciate D ROAD SERVICC (
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the American Red the Red Cross Field r
Cross Standard First Director at 772-2426 or SERVICE CENTER'
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Donald B. MEYERS reenlistedfor
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administers the oath of enlist-
two years. Presiding over the ment to HOWARD J. WILLIAMS
$ ceremony was CDR. J. E. AMSC as he re-op's for 4 more to ::
PAGANELLI I who took *
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give him a total of eighteen
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%' 1R JERRY T./HENRY AMS1 made it a family affair when raises his right VA-174 raised his hand to add
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in VA-174 did the right office to add another 6 years to '-' .'f"'" '.
thing by adding another 4 yearsto his 14 years, which will put him 'J. '. '
the 10 that he already has. over the twenty year mark. ..I -
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decided that he would make the Navy a career and as usual I when a
LOOKING FOR A NEW young man decided to do something that I is important in his life he VA-87 gets in to the game by
should make it a family affair,so it was with Chief MOEGENBERG as reenlisting WILLIAMS AT2
OR SECOND CAREER? he was joined by his father and mother, MR. AND MRS. A. (sorrybutdo not have first name)
MOEGENBERG and his wife ALMA. for the first time, which starts
him off on the right foot.
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:; AQ3 ,JOHN M. THARPE of VA-86 is the recipient of a Beneficial
: Suggestion Award in the amount of $50.00. THARPE designed and Then back to VA-174 where J. M.
BRAND built an improved harness assembly for the A7E radar antenna unit. TROMBLEY AT3 desides to stayin
I NEW The improved design utilizes parts readily available through normal the Navy for another tour by
navy supply systems, can be repaired at.field. activities vice return to reenlistin for six more ears.
w' r'1 1972 the manufacturers, and is expected to increase the operating time
EDITION immeasurably due to the use of heavier guage wiring and improved

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Thu. Apr. 20 .......7:30: P.M. reenlists'$ atthe time that he has
." You have important work to do. Andyou'll 11 yrs., fi' months and 11 days,
Fri. Apr. 21 .......8:00: P.M. when this one is over he will have
Sat. Apr. 22 ......2:00: P.M. y do your best if you don't have other 17 yrs., 11 months and 11 days.

Sat.. Apr. 22 ......8:00: P.M. things on your mind. Like a stack of unpaid -' -- "-..-". -. ..." \
; r1 Sun. Apr. 23 ......* 1:30: P.M. bills.

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Sun. Apr. .. !. : We consolidate bills. '
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trip home. Color TV Whatever. CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.
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YOUTHS UNDER 16 HALF PPICE CLOSET TO SCHOOLS
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TICKETS ON SALE AT COUSEUM AND DOWNTOWN TICKET OffICE HEMMING SHOPPING AREAS
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r 'A Passing Fancy'Jax JOHN 1.INEY- CounselorsTo j

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Ship Out :%

The American Automobile Association has reported two in- 1
teresting experiments in Europe that point up the folly of "passing REE- Jax Veterans Administration ]:
every car on the road." counselors will ship out on four .:
'I i Two identical cars fitted with instruments which registered every os Navy aircraft carriers as the VA ". .
.
I driving detail made a test run of almost 1000 miles from Hamburg, P continues to expand its overseas i
Germany, to Rimini on the Italian coast. More than half the distancewas counseling program.Administrator .
over autobahn-type roads. -of Veteran .
a O1ALOAW Affairs Donald E. Johnson said '
' One driver was told to make the best time he could,pass when it was veterans benefits counselors will
safe and take bends at maximum speed. The second was told to take it visit the carriers under an a
easy, avoid risk and move as the traffic flow permitted. Result: The \, arrangement made with Navy
speed demon,taking every advantage,averaged less than 50 mph. He \/ \ / \ officials.
was behind the wheel 20 hours, 12 minutes and used his brakes 1339 \/ \/ \_ \ ( Johnson noted the program will .
times,including four emergency stops. He passed 2004 other cars and enable VA to reach more military ,
was passed by only 13. The slow driver braked 652 times (with no personnel in combat areas. He
emergency stops), passed 645 times and was passed 142 times. His also revealed that close circuit .
driving time was 20 hours,43 minutes-only 31 minutes slower. la television on the carriers will
\/ \ / help to facilitate dissemination of
Experienced drivers from West Germany's biggest motoring club G. I. Bill information. 1
were skeptical and tried a test of their own an 800-mile run from VA counselors will hold group 1
Cologne, Germany to the Brenner Pass. In this test, the fast car took \/ orientations and personal interviews '
/' 52 minutes. The slow one took 21 minutes longer.In aboard the ships. f
VA began its overseas program \
both tests,besides risking his life and endangering others,the fast in South Vietnam in 1967. Since _r
driver paid a penalty of at least one extra gallon of gasoline every 100 V then 1,768,000 servicemen have
miles, plus obvious extra wear on his brakes, tires, suspension and been counseled, including 350,000 f
engine. 1970 KING FEATURES SYNDICATE INC. j last year.
(NEED A MORAL BE STATED?) .j 1.j 1

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For information contact the nearest VA office (check : HONDA i
Without AdvertisingYou your phone book) or write: Veterans Administration.232X. ,
810 Vermont Ave.. NW Washington D.C. 20420 MOTORS CYCLES CO.
Wouldn't Know. 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
PHONE 771.8244

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I I ViolationsJax GOODYEAR TIRES NOW AVAILABLE AT SPECIAL :0


: MILITARY DISCOUNT PRICES E
-The following is a reportof

traffic motor violations vehicle for accidents the period and of : THROUGH SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH YOUR :

March 2026.

This period Number of Acidents 4 HOBBY SHOPS AT CECIL FIELD :

This period a year ago 6
Total accidents this year 87 AND JAX NAS.
Total accidents through this
period last year 64 r \ ..........................................
Total number of days since last
injury in a motor vehicle accident \
31 /( \ GOODJf EAR
Number of days since a injury _
last year at this time 12
Number of Violations
This period 55

Speeding Reckless driving 9 1 OUR LOWEST PRICED

Other Going Violations through stop sijn 41 4

Thirty-four drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon lAiiiif Eiifjti eIN SIZES
March 30. Disposition of the I
cases included the following: WHII Hltflll I h TOFIT

Seventeen lost driving and MOST CARS
parking privileges aboard the
station for various periods; seven
were assigned to complete an
eight-hour course in remedial -
driving; three received /# 3 WAYS TO CHARGE

suspensions; eleven were given 4-PIY NYLON CORD
warnings; one was dismissed;' E I
ten were fined (U.S. Magistrate);

and eight were officers referred for possible to FOR Sift '=-:':::.prU AND No1 eeeore.a Del=M.. "ALL-\'VEATHER' ]]l" TIRES
commanding COMPACTS.wu.
action. Use 0r Ram Ckeck Prawn Because ol pecled
disciplinary r.'N', heavy demand roc may run out (: ftlilnwa.llli'ftlxn. 0 Trlple-lrmpnrrd a Buy al
Comets.Corvalrn, JJJ M41' ,' of to torn order*sizes your during sue fir this* al:tM'wv: c:. will price be happy and ( radial) nylon cord Ihrun pow low prictm
Falcon, Dole, Issue you S ram check for future delivery of the darts onshoulder con.trucdunSpmIal..nd
Valiant merchandise "
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cm7'SHS.

THE AnD GOOD LIFe:., SIZE CARS 52I$, ;..er naLOW PRICED, ,
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FRom $120. Chevy: Us, F-1fs.,, r E!2'... "AII-W the," Batten? I IFalrlanes. I
Ambs..rpenM./ ,
salon Corvettes,. en siie)tot The price you want and (Ivnt efficient' crankingpower mgA
Vilkwoodi Rebels, Plymouth' 01.lire JIM the dependability...Dry charted you for 0 Lead for bushing cure starts...on. _y
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and Tempest* dependable power piece vibration and leek- ,
2045 Jammes Road e Solid cover construction proof po.t construction j i
Jack.r.onvillo
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Riq TMn KI GOODYEAR-THE ONLY MAKER OF POLYGLAS TIRES :
Juan to .Jwnmes., CARS. Sybil Si I,.IS..
loft! to apartment Uuicks Fords, :toe U 41 41 '
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781. 818 -Blyds* oldlt.l Go to your Auto Hobby Shop for details of this program.Jax ,


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EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is a U. S. Foreign The contrast between the

I Policy Report from the Secretary of State dealing with and approaches the GVN of and the that United of Hanoi States to

the POW-MIA issue: the prisonerofwar question was

Jax The fate of 1,600 across the Demilitarized Zone 37 brought out sharply by U. S. and
American servicemen and some sick and wounded North Viet- South Vietnamese offers and
40 civilians captured or missingin namese prisoners of war in actions.
Southeast Asia was of the January 1971. In May the The United States in 1971
highest concern to the U. S. Republic of Vietnam with our directed special efforts at ob.
Government during the past support offered to return all sick taining information about the
year. and wounded North Vietnamese more than 800 Americans
However, exhaustive efforts of prisoners of war.Repatriation. missing in Laos, South Vietnam
the Government of Vietnam and Refused and Cambodia. Communist
the United States to resolve or Arrangements for the re authorities, however, rebuffed
alleviate this issue in a patriation went forward, and repeated approaches on this 1' + I
humanitarian way met with North Vietnam announced apparent subject, which were made
rebuffs and evasions from North readiness to receive the through .private as well 'as' k ; 7 it
Vietnam and its allies. prisoners. However, the great diplomatic channels.No .
At the Paris meetings, the majority of the prisoners indicated Camp Inspections
United States and South Vietnam unwillingness to accept North Vietnam and its allies
renewed earlier offers to arrangethe repatriation when interviewed by also maintained their steadfast
release of all prisoners of war delegates of the International refusal to permit impartial inspection -
in Indochina as well as the partial Committee of the Red Coss. of their prisoner of war
exchange offer of more than 8,500 Such a procedure is required by camps, as required by the
North Vietnamese prisoners of the Geneva Convention in the Geneva Convention.The .
war for all U. S. and allied case of repatriation of sick and number of letters from U.
prisoners of war along with the wounded prisoners of war before S. prisoners dropped sharply in
South Vietnamese captives held the cessation of hostilities.The 1971 compared with 1970 with
outside of South Vietnam.As prisoners willing to accept many acknowledged prisoners in
a matter of special urgencythe repatriation were aboard a ship North Vietnam not heard from [
United States and the GVN off the coast of North Vietnam through most of the year.A .
pressed vigorously for the when Hanoi broadcast a further number of letters from U. S.
repatriation of seriously sick and statement refusing to accept prisoners, including for the first
wounded prisoners of war, a step them. time 18 letters from men cap t
specifically required by the 1949 tured in South Vietnam, were
Geneva Convention on the received shortly before Christ-
treatment of prisoners of war. mas.
South Vietnam also proposed No Mail From Some
interning sick and wounded as International Committee of the Americans as well as the fullest
well as long-held prisoners of war There continues to be no mail Red Cross continued their possible accounting of our
in a neutral country. The neutral at all from U. S. prisoners cap regular inspections of prisoner of citizens missing in Southeast-
internment proposal prompted tured in Laos or Cambodia, and war facilities South Vietnam, Asia.
t several nations to offer their from the majority of those and the prisoners were given the
services should Hanoi express its believed captured in South other rights prescribed'by the
willingness. Vietnam. convention.
Unfortunately North Vietnam Despite the other side's evasionof In November 1971 the When a father or mother\
and its allies denounced these rNLT&E humanitarian standards, the Government of Vietnam an- that has worked under social
humanitarian efforts as United States and Republic of nounced the release of almost security dies, benefits can be
"maneuvers." Vietnam continued to discharge 3,000 Viet Cong prisoners of'war paId' to, surviving children
Nonetheless, the GVN released their responsibilities under the in South Vietnam, bringing the until they're 18, or until 22
Geneva Convention for the more total released to well over 4,000. if they continue in school
-- than 35,000 North Vietnameseand The United States will press its and remain unmarried.
Viet Cong prisoners of war. efforts to secure the earliest
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First Visit On Burial Offers .


To The DentistEDITOR'S fM Jax-Reminders to veterans to 2. Burial in a national
beware of burial advertising cemetery, where space .is
implying a connection with the available. Burial in national
( : NOTE: The following article is one of a Veterans Administration ap cemeteries is available also to
series being presented by the Jax Air News in parently have not stopped the the eligible veteran's wife and
cooperation with the Dental Department.) practice, according to VA officials dependent children. This
Small children need careful program is administered by the
preparation for any new A VA reminder issued last May Department of the Army.
experience, and a visit to the dental office is no ex stimulated a number of '3. Headstone or markeris
grave
ception. A child's first visit to the dentist should be"a n newspaper stories on the prac- available, through the
pleasant one since his first impressions will influence tice. One newspaper describedthe Department of the Army to any

his attitude toward dental care for the rest of his life. Of .' i ,operations in detail and of quoted a Marylandfirm from its deceased, honorably discharged
course, his parents have an important role in making ; direct mail solicitations which veteran
4. An American flag to drapethe
the visit pleasant.The appeared to be designed to look casket is available throughthe
child's first visit should come when he's between like government notices. VA, and it is given to next of
two and three years old-when all the first teeth are in Recently, Senate hearings have kin or close friend or associate of
and, if possible, before treatment is needed. MA % given attention to the un- the deceased veteran.
9 scrupulous practices of some
veterans know that
Many only
Often, a routine oral examination
perhaps X-rays cemetery operators.A they have some type of burial
and cleaning of the teeth is all that is necessary. If smaIicavities number of bonified free benefit, and because they have
are found that need filling, the dentist may. burial benefits are avilable, to not checked the details,many are
decide to treat them veterans, and some sales inclined to accept notices of
The of the organizations prey on the "free" benefits as being part of
purpose. examination is to be sure that fact people pay very little attention the
everything is as it should be-the first teeth in good to these,benefits until the The government deception program.is more com-
condition and the second ones developing properly. time comes to use. them, pie VA plete when the notices are
X-rays will detect any problems such as extra teeth or Spokesman said. designed to resemble govern-

beginning cavities on the hidden surfaces of the teeth. Goverment benefits include: ment correspondence, the VA
They will show if the permanent teeth are forming and WILDFLOWER-Although not pointed out..
in position. particularly a lover of wild. 1. A $250 allowance toward the
are proper flowers photographer SP5 Cur burial expenses of honorably Social security pays monthly
Such an examination makes it possible to catch dif tie A, Mauldin developed an understandable discharged war veterans and cash t benefits to nearly 2.5
ficulties early, when correction is easiest, most effective passion for daisies veterans of peacetime service million disabled workers and
and reasonably free from discomfort. when he saw those adorning the who are receiving compensationfor their :families
When the child visits the dentist, the dentist will explain bikini of Auburn Unlr.. co-ed a service connected
Louise McPherson. disability.
the instruments he is going to use-the mouth

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or to your bravery in the dental chair. A child N-s.
should never be bribed to make his first visit,because he

will then expect it to be unpleasant.
Explain dental care in a positive way-how it will

promote your child's good health, good teeth, and nice
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Jax Following is the Civilian Tossed Salad, Combination
Cafeteria Menu for the week of Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold
April 10-14( : Plates, Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, -- A Student Aid employeeat
Monday,April 10 Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit NARF who receives$4.80 a day
d Minestrone Soup, Chicken Ala Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, is $100 richer, minus taxes, after
King over Rice, Baked Meat Loaf Carrot and Raisin, Stuffed Eggs. t (7i being recognized for sustained
'( with Brown Gravy, Pork Cutlets Boston Cream Pie, Sweet tk e a7 .t performance.Mary .
with Apples, 7 oz Chopped Potato Pie, Apple Pie, Assorted t +
Sirloin, Fish.French Pudding. L. Craine, a senior in the
t Fried Potatoes, Rice Cooperative Business Education
and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Thursday,April 13 program at Andrew Jackson
Spinach, Pinto Beans. Pea Soup, Macaroni and Meat High School works only three
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Sauce, Chicken Stew, Braised hours a day at NARF but according
Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Pork Chops with Dressing, 7 oz. to a citation nominatingher
Plates, Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, Chopped Sirloin, Fish. 4 Y.,: for the award, is accomplishing
/ Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit French Fried Potaotes, Rice the amount of work
Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, that was formerly done in eight
Cucumber Mix, Potato Salad. Baked Egg Plant, Blackeyes, hours.
Coconut Cream Pie, Cherry Mustard Greens. 9
Pie, Devil Food Cake, Assorted Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad 1
"The quality of her work is
Pudding. Chef Salad Bowl Cold
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excellent and she gives a fullday's
Tuesday April 11 l Plates, Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, "
Cream of Chicken effort to her job, the
Soup, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
Hot Roast Beef Sandwich with nomination states, "even starting
Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Tuna
New Potatoes, Chili and Rice, Salad, Health Salad. f early when she comes in and
Fried Chicken Ala Morrison,7 oz. Almond Cream Pie, Layer t.W having to be reminded" that the
Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Cake, Assorted Pdding. work day is over

French Fried Potatoes, Rice Friday,April 14 t
and Gravy, Turnip Greens, Okra Crab Gumbo, Stuffed Bell During her junior year of high
and Tomatoes, Peas. Peppers with Creole Sauce,Trout school,she studied shorthand and
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Almondine, FishCakeswith Slaw, typing, which amount to about
Chef Salad Bowl, "Cold Country Steaks with Rice, 7 oz. half of her duties at NARF. The
Plates, Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, Chopped Sirloin. other half of her time is spent
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Mixed Vegetables, Stewed operating reproducing machinesand
Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Tomatoes,Macaroni and Cheese. WELL-DESERVED-Mary L Craine, a $1.40 per hour Student Aid at in checking reports for accuracy
Waldorf Salad, String Beans. French Fried Potatoes,.Mashed NARF, receives Sustained Superior Performance award from Capt. posting to records and
Egg Custard, Apple Pie, Potatoes, Rice and Graw. Andrew J. Yates, NARF C. 0. other clerical work.
Strawberry Shortcake, Assorted

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Vegetable Soup, Beef Pan Pie, Plates, Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, Civilian
Boiled Corned Beef and Cabbage, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Highlights I
Veal Parmesan, 7 oz. Chopped Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Beet
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French Fried Potatoes, Rice Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple
and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Pie, Chocolate Cake, Assorted Supply AwardsSeveral requisitions for ServMart saves Louis Moore, supervisory in-
String Beans, Navy Beans, Corn. Pudding. keypunch time, printing costs ventory management specialist,
'\'C. awards were made to and preparation of forms. He is a devised an improved alarm bell
Supply Department employeeslast supply clerk. for passenger elevators at sup-
WELCOME TO THE week for their beneficial Barbara Bixfer, clerk typist, ply. The bell would ,warn if
HOTTEST SHOW INJOWN suggestions. won an award for her method of anyone became trapped inside

4' INTMCSpeakeasy ...Jessie Bats a, a stockman and controlling returned material to the elevator during a breakdown.Paul .
Room foreman, received a cash award the Receiving Section. Her idea
for improving security lighting at saves an estimated 400 man Perry, purchase agent,
PATRICIA SANDS Bid*. 174 and the Disposal Area, hours a year. received a Certificate of
saving about $150 in electricitycosts. Olin Harris, dispatcher for Achievement for his work as a
5'9"with lot to show" mobile equipment, submitted a clerk typist at the Armed Forces
CONTINUOUS EXOTIC SHOWS .George Kenierly, inventory suggestion for a better com Examining and Entrance
$ PM TO 2 AMa management specialist, munication system for con Station.
GO-GOGIRLS 4t.., suggested a better way to trolling the unloading, checkingand He was assigned in the Moral
,"r Just the Way You Like Them! maintain a record of requisitionswith processing of material in Waiver Section there from
+ LIMITEDENGAGEMENTAPRIL2to8OFFICE a keypunch format. His idea Supply's packing and receiving August 1965 until November 1971
reduces manhours involved in bay. prior to his transfer to the Supply
sorting and filing. Samuel Mott, a stockman and Deparment.
Roland Boardman's suggestionfor forman, developed a new see-
improving the method of through envelope for receipt Clerk RetiresJax
LOUNGE preparing and submitting documents on stock.
...
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*PHILIPS HIGHWAY 733.9989 scheduling clerk at Public Works

VISITWAYNE Maintenance, celebrated her
retirement Friday after a 33-year
SHRUMa '' civil service career. She was
Y S honored at a party.
I his civilian l duly station Mrs. Johnson, who worked
there for the past 10 years,
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Thomas Jones, the assistant
BUT WE'RE TEMPORARILY. Public Works officer. Her co-
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you workers gave her a suitcase
BUYING SELLING REAL ESTATE, cape and presented her with an

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7 ) Phone 771.9513 Mrs. Johnson is living in
Starke. She was employed at
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Local Mother VRBs



I Joins Reserves ChangedJax



Jax A local civilian employee "In addition to the numerous Several changes
became the second mother of benefits, there Is a world of e{ C o't have been made in
dependent children to sign up in Knowledge and an endless lilt of I Ir regulations concerning
the Reserves here recently. educational
training' course to re-enlistment
r variable
Mary Hies, a GS4 accounting prepare to be
you a better ,
clerk at NA R TU Supply, la now a a more Informed citizen person bonuses in certain ratings.
Yeoman in her office and serves tomorrow," she said. for Some ratings have been
there on weekend drills The 30- Mrs. Llles has been with "Ti added to the VRB list,
year-old Jacksonville mother of NARTU since October 1970. while others have been
two had never been In the Navy Because of her previous experience deleted.
and her only regret in Joining the she was enlisted as a
Reserves as she says, is that she Voeman second class. Effective July 1,
couldn't Join earlier. It was while She lives with her children Aviation Boatswain' Mate
she was employed with the Kelly Elizabeth, JO, and John (ABE) Multiple 3;
ComFairJax Personnel Office Daniel 12 on Park St, In Mineman (MN) Multiple
four years ago that she was encouraged Riverside. .
r 3; and Musician (MU)
to join the Reserves.
However existing regulationsdid Multiple 2 have been

not allow a woman with added to the VRB

dependents to join, and her Female AdmiralIf I eligibility list.Communications. .I
request was denied.It .
was after a former WAVE and all goes as planned,the Navy brothers Tech-
LOOK ALIKES You're not seeing,double herelust twin
mother. Sandra Almeida, was should see its first female Admiral Larry and Harold Roarki' Both are Seamen Radiomen working the nician "M" Branch: (CTM)

accepted into the program that this year.Secretary same: shift at the Message Center,and things could get confusing if you and Disbursing Clerk
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Mrs. Liles applied again and was didn't know Larry (at left) is married. However, to make things have been deleted.

accepted. of the Navy John difficult again, bachelor Harold plans to get married in June. The 20- If you are one of these, you
"The Navy really is a wonderfulcareer Chafee announced recently his year-old twins hail from Kentucky. They joined the Navy for "brother can't. re-enlist early
for men and women," she plans for naming a qualified duty" in boot campand/ luck would have it, they were both sent to
said. "If more people looked into' woman naval officer for Rear Radioman "A" School in Bainbridge, Md., and assigned here last (within 90 days of EAOS)
the program for active duty and Admiral. lie directed the Navy to November. to become eligible for
reserves, I'm sure they would be start the selection process as VRB.
surprised as to the endless op- soon as possible. At the same time,
portunities and advantages of- Those plans are now in the final CPO Wives MeetJax Torpedoman's Mate has
fered by today's Navy. stages of being completed and
will be implemented by this been upgraded to a.

year's flag selection boards, The CPO Wives The club will hold a multiple of four.
which meet this month. Club held their regular Crazy Hat Luncheon For details, check with

Job Openings indicated The Secretary that he was had in previously favor of a meeting Monday night, Saturday, April 22,' at 1 I your career counselor. '

female Admiral and the with President Joyce p.m. in the home of Joan

Posted HereJax Secretary of Defense said, that Oliver presiding. Pitts, Vice President.
there would be a lady Admiral Medicare is a two-part health
within six months. Larry Hartsfield, a insurance program for people
The
following
65 or older. Hospital
representative of the
positions have been advertised

Every veteran who
sells a insurance helps for hos-
Northeast Florida pay,
under the Jax Drug ,home
purchased with a GI loan
Merit. promo'tionProgram Program, showed a film should get a "release of liabil pital care and related post-
hospital services. Medical In-
; s r "After LSD, What?" and ity" from VA before signing a
Painter General R sales contract, the agency ad surance helps pay doctor and
conducted
and
question
Foreman, WS-12 (28-72)) a vises. other medical service bills.Growing .
session for thememoers
answer
Budget Analyst, GS-560-9 .
1- H .,.,
(29-72)) on toe subject or ",

Statistician, GS-5 (30-72)) 0 0 0 drugs.
Statistician, GS-7 ((31.72) 0"Precocious
A-C Ground Equipment The wives also made

Mechanic Foreman, (32- plans for work' with the

) Pinecastle School in
72)Employees
to a
are urged
Jacksonville as a club
look for the Merit
Promotion Announcementson project.JUST .
the official bulletin Isn't he, sir?"

boards in their work areas __
at least once a week.
They are also encouraged 'I S
INJACKSONVILLE 1e
to contact the ARRIVING

Employment Office, Ext.
3448,or the Rating Branch,
Ext. 2320, Civilian Per ?
sonnel Department to
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r ., their winning 'ways by played on Monday and Wed- .' Golf (Fridays) 0900
i. : '\ capturing the South Atlantic nesdays commencing April 17th Golf Schedule for Friday 7 Apr
.. f volleyball tournament last week The following 7 teams will, 1972: 0900-F-VA- "E"vs VA-
; f .! at Memphis. The Raiders wound compete in fast pitch: AMD, 82; 0900-B -VA-83 VS VA-174 No.
: up with a 16.2 mark. In 2nd place Weps, VA-12, VA-81, Medical, 2; 9010-F-OPA vs VA-174 No. 1;
\ ., was COMFIVE, 12 6; VA-83 and Admin. 0910 -B CLAW-1 vs VA-45 No.'1; r
: e '. COMEIGIIT 6'. 12 and COMTEN The slow pitch league will 0920-F.VA-81 NAMTD: 0920
;. 4 018. consist of 6 teams in the 1st B-AMD No. l vs AMD No.2.
The Raiders are now round: Marines, Weps, VA-174, ATTN. ARCHERS! The Archery -
\ \ representing SOLANT in the All VC-2, NAMTD and VA-66. Range is presently being
,f ,, Navy tourney, also being held at Slow pitch will commence on 18 moved to "B" Circle.
I Memphis. They will oppose April, and will be played weeklyon Coming upi! Roller-skating for
squads from WEST PAC, POAST Tuesdays and Thursdays.. fun and exercise, at the station i
AND NORLANT. The Atlantic Bowling Leaguewill
Only two members of the SO be comprised of 14 teams this
LANT team (Buck Wooster and summer. The first ball will be gym.Corsair
r Dick Gardner) are from the tossed down the alley on 17 April L
original COM 6 championship League competition will be 1
squad. preceded by a meeting of team
managers at the station gym at BallCommander
I. 1000 on 13 April. CONGRESSMAN CHARLES BENNETT AND ADM. MOORER

Our 'raqueteers' will start Light Attack Wing .
FWltNlTMRE lobbing the ball over the net on 24 One will host the 2ND Annual (Washington, D.C..Admiral) House Armed Services Com-
April. A meeting of all tennis Corsair Ball in the Terrance Thomas H. Moorer, Chairman of mittee, chaired by Congressman
Values! captains will be held at the Room of the Thunderbird Motor the Joint Chiefs of Staff, testified Charles E. Bennett. Moorer
s station gym on 17 April at 1000. Hotel on Sunday, April 9th from Wednesday, March 29, before testified in support of ap
All Cecil Field units who intend seven thirty until twelve P.M. Subcommittee Number 3 of the propriation of funds for a new
fielding a team in tennis must be This year's gala ball is planned to billion dollar nuclear powered
in attendance.The be even"bigger and better" than Commander Fleet Air aircraft carrier called the CVN-
OPEN 2nd half of Skeet last's. The event will feature Jacksonville and POW-MIA
EVf RVDAV 'shootouts' will start on 17 April. cocktails, dancing, and a wives residing in the local area. 70.In his testimony, Moorer said,
New teams and officials are gourmet dinner, followed by a Cost of the dinner and floorshow "H our general purpose forcesare
requested to meet with the floor show featuring Frankie is $15.00 per couple. In not equal to the challengesthat
J Athletic Director at 1000 on 12 Avalon. terested "Corsair Drivers" confront them, aggressionby
April in the station gym. Honored guests will include should make reservations conventional means or at-
Vice Admiral Frederick H. through their at
Due to the change in squadron temps political coercion may
hours working MICHAELIS, Commander Naval representatives or by calling seem much more inviting to
the
during month of
SURPLUS GOODS the April, Air Force, Atlantic, and Rear CDR. P. N. PUERLING at would-be adversaries.
following starting times for
intramural events will Admiral Lawrence R. GElS, ext 103-104. "Thus, our general purpose
be
effective _(rwvtte_ _. .maw.. _hair tn nlau an. avan. .
PlSCOUHf STlRf 3 'V -
Apr 1972:
roie the
in world
more important
Bowling 1700 (ALL LEAGUES)
Skeet 1715 AMASON'SSEPTIC power balance.
"CVN-70 is required to
... .
t = t' iD. "t::W'I:Y.WMfdx4tdlnWwmw.:: 'evees re maintain the modernity and
TANK SERVICE capability of the carrier force
regardless of any carrier force
level decision. In. fact, the
New Tanks Clean/ Outs
smaller the force, the more vital

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weapons.
Self contained TRAVEL TRAILERS, Congressman Bennett told

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1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. In lovely South Wood, lust across the COMPAREGet
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SINGER MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT
ZIG-ZAG
1BR, Comp. furn, Nice Cond. 1.2BR,
Sewing machine, like new Balance WE BUY SELL EQUITIESCall
furn,AC. Ricker Rd. & 103rd St. 5303 t---
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$43. or $8. month. SPECIAL{ DISCOUNTS
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between: 10AM 7M.LIVE Morrison I.Taylor,Inc. !Information_ tall 771.7384. a '"' to MILITARY and CIVIL SERVICE Personnel
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Call l 771-2634 for appointment. Cecil Field. Choice homesites, paved from NAS at 120th St.and Roosevelt

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TERMS -Mobile Homes .. 1 / .
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OWNER 2893421.DUPLEXDUCLAY.
LAWN MOWING EDGING 47 Caprice H.top $1095.
call Hart 44 Toronado $895.
771.3211 Ext. 1340 49 Impala uts. gave them the VW 16-point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
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Shore 388-5161
HILLS AREA ENGINE TRANSMISSIONREAR AXLE.FRONT AXLE
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blind
hems. monograms, etc. Pay QUICK MOVE-IN $3008
3566 or 772.9165 after 6pm. Dr., AT, AC
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STAINLESS STEEL HOT-DOO CART ,...-.- $695. 57 Chev., 2 dr., H.top, $550. 772- 70 VW, Fastback, Blue, 23,000 miles,

With utility trailer Like Navy 1895. R&H $2012
Exchange. $800. 771.4296.FILTERKLEEN. LOVELY HOME
With 3BR 2 baths, Lg. den. Closed 69 VW, Sedan, Blue, R&H $1435
garage. Cent Air & Heat. $25,500 FHA. FOR SALE
Cony. to NAS & Cecil Field. 1960 Ford Pickup 68 VW, Sedan, R&H, Blue $1250
HI Pressure washing-Mobile Homes Luoise T. Bailey 772.2243 R&H $1200
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DON MILLER THE KEY MAKER Equity '71 Sports Bronco. Call 771- Guar. on engine, new paint'new tires $2295
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I Corps Gives 'Top Priority' To Equal Opportunity I


in Count On TeamworkWe policy, we have taken a the top level Marine commanders -
Jax-The following is a discussion of race relations have emphasized
we
count on teamwork in our grassroots approach. We are ,
I. with Gen. Robert E. Cushman Jr. streamlined
the Marine Corps closely knit organization. The working on a far-reaching human awareness and
Commandant of the Marine Corps: effects of prejudice or a break relations education program procedures to ensure that all

down in human relations which last than Marines are heard.
I have given top priority to our Let me first tell you why we year saw more Marine with a problemor
threatens this teamwork for 1,600 Marines undergo a pilot Every
effort in the of
Marine Corps Equal Opportunity regard our area take it throughthe
human relations vital which we have worked so hard program at Camp Lejeune and proposal can up
as so :
programs. commander by
and which our combat ef Pendleton. We were en- chain to his
Camp
upon
first because
I view the human relations equal opportunityis We
to request mast.
fectiveness and readiness results.As his right
the
are couraged by
problem as one of today's morally right, and second, have laid a solid foundation for
based.I a further part of the
challenges to the Marine Corps because human relations are to be
; Marines
don't think Marines need since December of last minority group
related to combat any program,
therefore, it is a challenge to directly .
readiness.As more speeches or promises of year we have graduated 47 In- heard.
which we have given the highest
What structors from Human It has come to my attentionthat
equal opportunity. we are our
priority and to which we have you know, every Marine is number of the complaintsof
focusing on now is action-new Relations Instructors Course at a
rifleman. We exist
first
directed our full resources. a as a Marines about
better San Diego, and currently 90 minority-group
force-in-readiness with programs com-
The time has passed when every
munications all additional students and military justice stem from their
levels officer
on ,
in the Marine uniform
Marines were saying,"We have a man readyto
"written up"for
scrutiny and review of the resultsof enlisted, are undergoing the belief that they get
out in
problem here,something must be move an amphibious breaches of discipline for
our programs, and most important instruction.
done. We have now moved into operation.We .
Marines do not get
considerably smaller in of all, an open mind. They will be distributed which white
the "doing" stage. I am en- are "
couraged by the results thus far number than the other armed Let me describe some of the throughout the Corps and hold "written up.
forces. Our mission demands things that are being done to school in their units. By the end This Is a problem which is
and more determined than ever
relations in the of this the being vigorously addressed. Over
trust and confidence improve race year, we anticipate
to continue seeking Improvement among
individual Marines. Marine Corps and insure equal majority of our Marines will have and above this, however, I hope
opportunity to every man in our received this Human Relations that there are steps which we can
uniform. education. take to increase the confidence in

New Rules For ReenlistmentAfter Our official Marine Corps We have expanded our Equal military justice.
I Order states unequivocally: Opportunity Branch.at. I have directed my staff to
"The Marine Corps will Headquarters Marine Corps. study and develop programs
Hardship Discharges provide equal opportunity for all This office is not only seeking designed to build such con
military members and civilian ways to implement our equal fidence. I have also ordered my
Jax New, more liberal rules separation. A one paygrade employees without regard to opportunity policies, but also staff tc determine how minority-
reduction is for RE-R1
are now in effect governing required race, color, religion, sex or carefully follows the progress of group Marines can become more
reenlistment of personnel who eligible personnel from the two to and
national origin, consistent with our programs. actively appropriately
are forced to take a Hardship the four year point, and for RE-1 the requirements for physicaland Improving Communications engaged in the administration of

Discharge. eligible personnnel from the one mental capabilities. All Improving communications on military justice.

to two year point. personnel in the Marine Corps all levels is a major con-
Provided the If find in Education
hardship is you ever youself OpportunitiesWe
must recognize the importance, sideration, and I am encouragedby
alleviated after discharge, circumstances beyond your dignity and needs of the in- the progress we are making. continue to encourage every
personnel may reenlist at no loss control where a Hardship
dividual. Discrimination in any From the relationship betweenthe Marine to further his own
in pay grade for one year. And if Discharge may be necessary, be "
form will not be tolerated. young enlisted man in a rifle education. Each Marine has
for to have Personnel
RE-R1 reenlist- Office
eligible an sure you
A Grassroots and his squad leader all
Approach company access to an education officer
ment code retention of the reenlistment
eligibility explain
Based on this statement of the way up to my dealings with who provides personal counseling
former rate up to two years from procedures to you.


See the GREATEST $ k 1[VA Pushes 'Outrach' I concerning troops programs can through earn the high which available school the

diplomas or even college degrees
EXOTIC SNAKE DANCE ,
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tuition
through assistance
inthe UrS.A. Jax The Veterans Administration ministrator of Veterans Affairs, .
Donald E. Johnson programs.
its paid
pushing expanded -
I view these
.15 1fq job-training ""outreach' tribute employers. Johnson programs in
K said "Our field have particular as a way for a
:) effort launched in July, people
minority Marine to make for
visited establishments up
developed "slots" for 189 Florida 45,000
veterans in January. during the past six months, and any lack of schooling he sufferedin

"Slots" were described as job- employers,large and small,have the past.
SHEENA training positions employers are been most cooperative, and have Our inspection teams sent from
j." willing to fill with qualified gone out of their way to help us Headquarters to the major
THE JUNGLE PLUS CONTINUOUS
QUEEN Marine commands
throughout
veterans with the develop training opportunitiesfor
featuring h friends FLOOR SHOWS understandingthat he world have an equal op
veterans.
successful completion will
JULIUS SQUEEZER ieVrinotst..tPpk.A portunity inspector with them.
2 EXOTIC DANCERS lead to permanent jobs.
((1 } We want
to
and Veterans in need of employment problems come out
andTARZANA Tni"d fa"fer CO-GO GIRLS "ttta 1.699 "slots" have been are urged not to in the open so they can be dealt
developed since the more intensive overlook
opportunities providedby with.We
8 till 2 AM job-assisting campaign got the National Jobs for Veterans are making it clear, in no

Out of SIGHT LOUNGE underway and 3,344 veterans Committee, Federal, state and uncertain terms, that there is no
were engaged in jobtrainingunder municipal job-assisting agencies, room in the Marine Corps for
1080 CASSAT AVE. 388-9016
in
the G.I. Bill January. racism.
Bill
G.I.
schooling(including job-

4:00 pm tit 8:00 pm Topless Go-Go To develop another 271 job- training offered by VA and Labor

COCKTAIL HOUR! training "slots" in February, VA Department), and job counseling Yes !
specialists worked with 644 available at VA Veterans
business firms in Florida.On Assistance Centers throughoutthe We assemble
the national level, Ad- nation.
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Jacksonville Prepares ,


For SesquicentennialJax Wives Can


-Taking some time to review
Jacksonville's
we found some interesting historical facts about past the, Help PaperJax

city, which celebrates its 150th birthday
this
-- ,Year., --.. 1 s.
For instance,did know that
you farther north found
a natural A recent BUPERS
several different flags have flown
fording place for crossing the NOTICE is encouraging
over what is now Jacksonvilleand river at the
site that is now Navy wives' groups and
that this area is studded with ,
Jacksonville, and the
business of individual wives who'may '
tales of conflict 'and pioneeringstrife reclaiming and returning the have special interests or
? cattle in the stable resulted in the abilities. to participate in
Further study reveals that establishement of a trading poston the preparation of the shipor
Jacksonville did not exist at all. the site, which became knownas station newspaper.
The Indians named the area Cow Ford.Jacksonville's.

which is now. Jacksonville "Cow 150th birthday BUPERS NOTICE 1720
Ford." celebration will be set off by the of March 13 said that one of
If you want to accept history at June 15 Sesquicentennial Parade. the frequent recom-
its face value, you might want to Chairman for the parade i is mendations of Navy wives'

know that pirates of old didn't VAdm. Robert J. Stroh (USN,, group, and of individual
overlook this area either. The Ret.) wives, is to increase their
mouth of the St. Johns River wasa "The theme for the parade is 1 1t participation in, and

favorite haunt for many .basically historical," he says, thereby their interest in,

seafaring gangsters, and loot "but jazzed up a bit to make it command newspapers. ".
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often found its way to hiding come alive for the young people." Some of the suggested
places along the river banks. Twenty-five floats decked with ways that this can be done
Spain first laid claim to what is Jacksonville beauty queens will 1 s ht. are:' by soliciting questionsand

now Florida and from her ex- lead the parade. Each float.willbe + answers to problems,
plorers the state gained its name. about 30 or 40 feet long and will >a '+ through feature articles by \ ;,

France was next, then Spain depict scenes, people and Navy wives, a column
again. England possessed her a developments in the past, present presenting the wife's pointof
while, and during the Revolun- and future of the city's growth. view and travel or,
tionary War Florida was the only temporary housing tips
area along the eastern seaboard 60-UnIt Spectacular pertinent to the un-
south of Canada which took no Many national marching units, classified portion of the
part in it. Tories who flocked into bands and other attractions will ships schedule.
the territory were pretty upset make up the 60-unit street .Such participation will

when Britain, after granting spectacular. Nationally / increase the interest of the
Independence to the 13 colonies, prominent personalities in paper for all hands, in-
turned Florida to politics and show business will cluding the wives and
over Spain. THE FIRST OF MANY-RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, COMFAIRJAX,
the brief ,also participate in the parade.All families of Navy men.
Then, during period
presents a COMFAIRJAX
plaque to AI Galmanmanager of Hancock
about the time of the War of 1812, either inquiries parade should about be entries directedto for Hall. The plaque is the first to be given to the club for display.
the Jacksonville area flew its own
flag-the "Republic of Florida"- the Jacksonville Sesquicentennial I

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A Fun Filled Tour Only A Few Hours Away I IOn


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a wildlife sanctuary. I he fort
this 215-mile auto excursion your 49m. BROOKSVILLE. This antebellumtown 114m. INDIAN ROCKS BEACH. Visit TIKI dedicated as the Spanish-Ameri
built during
family will see living mermaids and color was named to honor Preston Brooks, GARDENS for a bit of South Sea Island itself was Ponce de Leon anchored off this
ful Greek sponge fishermen. There's a the southern fire-eater who struck Sena. paradise. See various Polynesian ceremonies can War. of 1513 to clean
the summer
winging flight across a spectacular bridge tor Charles Sumner on the floor of the and replicas of Island temples for island in from his ship's bottom. He was
and a bedtime story in a land of make- Senate during a heated debate on seces worship of the Gods. Continue south. on barnacles Indians and used his ship's

believe. If you do not live in Tampa, start sion. The rolling countryside is noted for Route 699 to attacked to by defend his party. During this
from the nearest spot on the tour. its tangerine crop. Turn west on Route cannon his life
50 to the junction of U.S. 19. 126m. ST. PETERSBURG BEACH. Visit encounter, one of his men lost ,
START. Go north from downtown Tampa the LONDON WAX MUSEUM and the AQUATA- and thus became the first white soldierto

', on Nebraska Avenue to Busch Boulevard. 61m. WEEKI WACHEE SPRING featuresan RIUM, where seals, porpoises and whales be killed in North America. De Leon returned -

Turn right on Busch Boulevard to. unusual water theatre, 16 feet below put on an underwater circus. Take the to Mullet Key eight years later and
the surface, where mermaids put on a Corey Causeway and Pasadena Avenue, received a wound in another brush with
8m. BUSCH GARDENS. Roam through show and acrobats perform. The familycan then turn right on Central Avenue to the the aborigines which eventually causedhis
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201 landscaped acres with thousands of take a leisurely trip in a glass-bot. Municipal Pier In death in Havana. The island was garrisoned
tropical trees, flowers and shrubs, and tomed boat down a jungle river. Proceed by Federal forces durinq the Civil

rare dnd colorful birds. "Stairway to the south on U.S. 19 to U.S. 19A and 134m.ST. PETERSBURG.This"SunshineCity" War.

Stars," one of the longest escalators in gives away the daily newspaper r +
the world, is one of the exciting featuresof 91m.TARPON SPRINGS.A colorful Greek
whenever the sun fails to shine by press
this floral park. (Free admission.) sponge fleet moved here from Key Westin
time (around 2 p.m.). The MUNICIPAL RECREATION
Close by, via Routes 581 & 582, is the 1905 and established a $1 million In. PIER is the berth for"Bounty,"

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA, founded in dustry. Sponge-diving exhibitions can be a full-sized replica of the original built
1956. Go west on Fowler Avenue (Route observed from a boat that takes off from for the film Mutiny on the Bounty. Visit
582)) to U.S. 41, then drive north to. the dock every hour. The GREEK ORTHODOX the CITY HISTORICAL MUSEUM and the famous
CHURCH (N. Pinellas Avenue and Orange
SUNKEN GARDENS. Return to U.S. 19 and
40m. MASARYKTOWN. This Czech poul Street), is a replica of St. Sophia in Istan turn left, then bear right on the Bayway

try-producing town was settled in 1924 bul. Continue south on U.S. 19A to Largo. leading to .
Turn right on to Bay Drive, crossing the
and named for Thomas Masaryk,the great
Czech patriot. Continue north on U.S. 41. Causeway Boulevard Toll Bridge to Gulf 150m. FORT DE SOTO PARK. Made up of
Boulevard. Turn left to,Route 699 and... six islands, FORT DE SOTO PARK has been
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,1 45 VALIANT-2 Dr. Was $395 NOW $270
63 GHIA-Coupe, R&H Was $495 NOW $320
Garden andJ' 64 COMET cyl., AT. Air $', Was $495 NOW $370
Yard Needs "MUSTANG-6 cyl., Stick, R&H Was $595 NOW $370
66 Ply WAGON-ATR&H Was $595 NOW $390
64 VW-Sed. R&H, Black Was $495 NOW $420
45 CORVAIR-AT, R&H Was $595 NOW'$440

Lr 66 VW-SQUARE Back ... Was $495 'NOW $490
45 VW-Sed, Beige RH Was $595 NOW $490
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66 VW-Sed., Green, RH :'
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I Two-Year NROTC :,:
Reenlistment Corner I

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Being ReinstitutedJax .

The Navy is re-instituting the two-year Advanced ;

s NROTC Training Program this summer to .F (
permit qualified and highly motivated young men who '.,: t

are presently attending junior colleges or four year "r

colleges which do not have NROTC Units to join a :

NROTC Unit during their junior and senior years. :

Career options open to the two- student at a school in close :
year NROTC student are the proximity to an NROTC unit.
same as for the four-year 4. Married or unmarried. 'I;
student: Navy unrestricted line,
5.: At least 18 years old upon
Marine Corps, and Navy Science enrollment and not more than 25 ,1,
and Engineering.In on June 30 of the year in which he
this first year of the program will receive a baccalaureate ;j
only 400 candidates will be ad- degree and complete all
IIUrac mitted nation-wide. requirements for a commission.

1J Applications may be made at 6. Meet the physical standards 4
Jacksonville University's prescribed for the Four Year I.
NROTC Unit prior to May 1 so College Program.
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.... 1 6.1MMCS that documents can be forwardedto 7. Must have completed 1
the Chief of Naval Personnel equivalent courses or agree to / 4
FRANK WILLIARD prior to May 9. complete certain courses 1"' I
PH1 JAMES F. RHOADES reenlisted at NATTC. Chief AE1 SAMUEL SNODGRASS, an Eligibility requirements for the specified by the NROTC J
shipped over for five at FICEUR. Williard works in the NATTC Instructor at AE"A" School, two year program are: university, and must completeone i
1. United States citizen period of summer training
First
Lieutenant
Division. shipped over at NATTC.
2. A student in his second year between the junior and senior <, :
of college (third year of a 5-year years. i
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4CS2 less than a "C" or' equivalent 8. Must not be receiving a" ./ ':
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college. benefit from the Government, or
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i.J nb:',;'. d ;w ., the end of "Snow-Seeking" activities
., .' in 1972 for the "Hurricane
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month lull in operational
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. i, enjoy no idle moments.
. : I. I The Hurricane Hunters are e ,
, ," slated to receive four WP-3A 111 %
; Orion aircraft to replace their 17
: year-old WC-121N Super Con-
:'" .. stellations before the beginningof
the 1972 Hurricane Season.
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Thus,squadron personnel are ti V
i\ in the midst of a rigorous training
program in order to insure that
maintenance and aircrew personnel -
,. are equipped to supportand
I rI fly the new aircraft. "WHY DID YOU BEAT UP YOUR SHIPMATE?" .
I ANEW HURRICANE HUNTER-The new WP-WP-3Aaircraft provide The WP-3A Orion's superior "HE CALLED ME A LOW DOWN POLACK BUM."
J:. a more effective weather reconnaissance platform for the men of VW. range and airspeed capabilitieswill "THAT'S NOT, A GOOD REASON" ,
I 4. The plane will replace the WC-121N Super Constellation.Remember significantly increase the "CAP'N, SUPPOSE HE CALLED YOU A LOW DOWN POLACK.
Hurricane Hunters" ef BUM, WOULDN'T YOU GET MAD?"
: ; ,- P'" fectiveness and area of coverage.As "NO, BUT I'M ,NOT A POLACK"
j 1POWMIA'sJ "HOW ABOUT A LOW DOWN IRISH BUM?"

a result, the 1972 Hurricane "I'M NOT" IRISH, EITHER"
Season, which begins on June 1, "JEW?.
will mark the beginning of a new "NO" -
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By JOHN LANDRY Scores &
The sail races held last Sundaywere The ;,, '.'mm, 1'1'1' '.1'1' 1'hmtt.: .
answer; try to
keep the
jib IJTiTJMfflilFLIERS
a resounding flop! Nobody drawing
as much
as possible, L W SOFTBALL TEAM
showed up. The sail club hike out for all
steadfastly refuses to accept this control the angle your of heel worth by and ad- GOOD ARDSLEYS AND BAD 24 92 Jax The Jax Navy Fliers Softball Team will hold
38Mi Wk
as an indication of lack of interestbut justing the mainsail to their first practice of the 9 at
prefers to believe that short a point US 39 77 season on Sunday April
notice and other commitmentskept where hold the you and your crew can THESHUTBIRDS 62 li 53'h 11:00: a.m. on Mackroth Field. All interested per-
boat.
all you would be racers portant thing is to The most im- TIlE SANDBAGGERS 65 51 sonnel are invited to attend this workout as all
keep the boat
away. They will try again with a driving. Distance made up to THE AOB No.1 SPOTS 68 66 50 48 positions are open and the season opener is only a
race on May 21 windward month Report to coach Frank with
by rounding up will THE METS 70 46 away. McCaffrey
It looks like the long talked
more than shoes and
compensate for the NAV-MARS 72V4 42V4 your gloves.
about construction and
dredgingat decrease
in
speed caused
by 7-GUNS
the marina is not 74',1 40Vi
just hoax
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sailing closer to the wind.
TRACK & FIELD MEETINGJax
after all The dredging started AREA SAILING EVENTS
last Monday and will take about 8-9 AprilBlack Creek Cruise A Track and Field Organizational Meetingwas
two weeks. It may block the North Florida IQ tZI
Cruising Club held yesterday at the athletic office. If you were
ramp for boat launching so check 15 April-St.Johns .. .
Cruise Navy .op p
unable to attend the and still to
with Bud Lucas, the marina Jax Sail Club meeting plan par-
manager, before you plan on 22 April-Mayport- Fernandina from 1. Notre A sharp-shooting Dame was the guard first ticipate in the May 2 meet, contact the athletic officeat

using it. Following the dredging, Race North Florida Cruising Club draft pick of pro-basketball's Ext. 3239 as soon as possible.
construction will start on an 6-7 May. Triangular Offshore Cleveland Cavaliers in 1971.
additional pier to increase the Race North Florida Cruising Name him. :

wet storage availability. Bud has Club 2. In ice hockey, what is it SPRING, GOLF TOURNAMENTJax
great hopes that the completed 20 May-Bar
B-Q -NAS Marina. called when a scores
person
project will include some new Navy Jax Sail Club27May.Summer's three goals in a single game? The Annual NAS Jax Spring Cup Golf Tour

buildings for maintenance and Here Regatta 3. The only man to ever win nament will be held at the Jax golf course on April 8
storage which is badly needed. Florida Yacht Club the heavyweightchampionship and 15. All active duty military personnel stationed at.
Last Wednesd y's sail club 27-29 May-St. Augustine Cruise. of professional boxing twice, NAS Jax
are eligible to participate as well as all
meeting was highlighted with the North Florida
Cruising Club lost the crown in 1962 to Sonny
movie "A Day with Annabel", a Liston. Name him.ANSWERS. retired military personnel who normally play at NAS
boating safety film produced by Jax and have established club handicaps.For .

the Anheuser.Busch people. The IntramuralPistol futher information and to sign up, check with
1) Austin Carr 2) Hat trick
May meeting will feature a filmon the Golf Course Club House.
3) Floyd Patterson
technical sailing narrated by
international sailing champion,
Peter Barret. If you want to
sharpen your rag handling,plan StandingsNATIONAL S t;S .'a e..erlas Blandinq Boulevard
now to be there. '
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I VP-49 Wins Intramural Basketball ChampionshipJax I


-The Woodpeckers of vp. VP-49's scoring attack was led the third quarter. McGee had 22,
49 were crowned the basketball by Martin with 22,Judice with 17 Warner 18 and Johnson 15 for Air r
champs of NAS Jax last week and Mitchell with 14. Heath had Ops while Shepard had 17 and
when they downed VW-4 69-59 in 25 and Rhode 15 for VW4. Anderson 14 for VP16.
the final game of thelntramural
Basketball Playoffs.The VP-49 had knocked VW-4 into :: ::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::
Hurricane Hunters came the losers bracket of the playoffs A .4 v 4
back from 10 or 12 points to close earlier in the week with a 5443win. IntramuralGolf
the gap to three points several Martin had 23 and Dulin 17
times during the course of the for the Woodpeckers in this win. f ;
game, but they could never get
any closer as both of the high After falling into the losers StandingsAMERICAN
point men fouled out in the bracket VW-4 then had to meet
closing minutes of the game. Air Ops for second spot in the LEAGUE

..... 4I.I championship game. The result
was VW-4 71 and Air Ops 60. Air W L
i Ops had a comfortable 29-22 lead NARJAX No.1. 5 0VP49
at the half in his game but VW4just ; 5 0
couldn't be stopped in the HOSPITAL 4 1
fourth quarter as they outscoredAir NDRC 33y
Ops 3218. Rhode led the AIR OPS 3! 3yACMAINT
Hurricane Hunters in their fourth 1 4
quarter surge when he scored 15 COMMUNICATIONS. 1 5
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,.. men for VW-4 were Heath with 19 THINGS ARE LOOKING UP- A VP-49 player puts up a shot and
and Densford with 18. McGee everyone else around him keeps their eye on the ball anticipatingits
had 20 and Warner 16 for Air Ops. NATIONAL LEAGUE next bounce in V P-/9'S 69.59 win over VW-4 for the station
championship.
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