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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 13, 1972
Frequency: weekly
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOL. 30 NO. 4 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida APRIL 13, 1972

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-The following items highlight this week in Navy News:
New Secretary of the Navy A
The White House announced Thursday that John W Warner, present 000 _
Undersecretary of the Navy, will be nominated to be the new ir V V ,
Secretary of the Navy. :_ ;
p lie will replace John H Chafee,who submitted his resignation to the V
President earlier in the week. _
{ Secretary Chafee's resignation is to be effective as soon as Mr. ;
I t Warner is confirmed by the Senate and sworn in. .
j The White House also announced that, Frank Sanders, J present
: Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Financial Management, will be
: nominated to succeed Mr. Warner as Undersecretary.
r As Undersecretary of the Navy, Mr. Warner has been active in international -
f negotiations involving the Navy.
. In a related development, Secretary Chafee was asked if he still
1 planned to make the recruiting tour around the country that he had
announced a few weeks ago.
The Secretary replied, "Absolutely. I said in originally announcing
. the recruiting tour on March 27 that I felt it was Important to take a
t personal role In explaining our requirements under the all-volunteer
r concept. I fell so strongly about the importance of personally taking
this message to the public that I will make it my last major un- DIGGING TH E WAY Construction on the final segment the mammoth patrol squadron hangar
dertaking as Secretary of the Navy." got underway here last week with an official groundbreaking ceremony"at the site. Handling the
'f. Service-wide Drug Education shovel work are Capt. William Vaught ((1), commander Fleet Air Wing'11, and Capt. John Kincaid,
'!. The Navy will start implementing its service-wide drug education NAS commanding officer, while John Reaves (far left), president and owner of the R. B. Gay Construction
L program Monday in San Diego. Co., Inc., and Capt. David More, Public Works Officer and Resident Officer-In-Charge of
I Navy officials say the program will be one of the most extensive of Construction, look on during the ceremony. The multi-million dollar prolect is to completed in
its kind when fully implemented.It November and will accomodate five squadrons at one time. .

was developed by Pers-PC as part of its human resources
development program,and its implementation will be coordinated by Wife
To .
Preside
the various fleet commanders.The Navy
program is designed as a flexible, continuing program 'to be
adapted to any special or unique needs of each individual Navy ac

.. tivity.Implementation continue. at San Diego until all sea and shore At Military Wife Finals : '
, units in the area have been covered. Norfolk will be the second im
plementation site.
Further implementation will be based on priority lists generated by Jeanette M. Squires, the wife Navy personnel man First Class James W.
the above commanders and it is estimated that all Active Navy and Squires, will crown her successor as Military Wife of the Year the week of May 16

Reserve units will be covered by June 1973. in Washington J .

Housing Regulations ChangedA Mrs. Squires will be succeededin The Navy representative in the The five finalists will be
forthcoming change to Navy Housing Regulations will allow the sixth annual competitionby 1972 finals is Marilyn Maw, Navy brought to Washington with their
personnel taking schooling or refresher training during Permanent of the five candidatesonefrom Wife of the Year. husbands to meet with a
Change of Station (PCS) moves to leave their families in the housingat one each of the servicestchosenin distinguished panel of judges
their old commands. She and her husband Cdr.
local and regional contests. under the auspices of the General
If they were 1(' take schooling or training before starting duty at The five part of the one- Ralph B. Maw,are the parents of Federation of Women's Clubs and
their new commands, they had to move their families to their new and-one half are million military five daughters and one son. She will be presented at the awards
command before starting.their courses.A wives the country and at has been Instrumental in the banquet by Art Linkletter, one of
recently approved change to OPNAV Instruction 11W.13E,which across bases. appointment of a Navy Liason the founders of the program.
governs assignment to Navy housing, includes a provision which will overseas Officer to District School Board
allow personnel to choose whether to move their families before or 64 in the Waukegan, Wis. area The banquet will be held at the
after their schooling. PelicansReturning where thousands of Great Lakes ,Shoreham Hotel on May 16.
family children go to school. Earlier in the day, the wives will
meet with the judges.
Mrs. Maw has been a primary Following the selection of the
Ii school music instructor and 1972 Military Wife of the Year,
Patrol Squadron 45 will returnto church music director as well as the winner will be available to
1 jY Naval Air Station,Jacksonvilleafter Sunday.School teacher, swim- make personal appearances at
completing a four month ming and exercise instructor. service wives clubs throughoutthe
deployment at Rota, Spain and U. S. and abroad. She will
Lajes, Azores. The squadron will Professionally, she has workedin also be an honored guest at the
arrive the 18th&19th with CDR C. assistant and administrative- annual convention of the General
I F. COOK, the Squadron Com- positions in: the medical field, Federation of Women's Clubs in

,.JtI manding Officer, arriving the The other wives in the finalsare Denver, Colo, June 69.
afternoon of the 20th. Ruth Perrill Sheridan,Army; The annual Military Wife of the
I While deployed the squadron Autumn Day Tufts, Marine Year contest is sponsored by
. supported the U.S. Sixth Fleet Corps; Dorothy Ann Tuller, Coast .Stokely -Van Camp, Inc. in
Anti-submarine and Surveillance Guard; and Mary Jean Wilson, cooperation with the Departmentof
Missions in the Mediterraneanand Air Force. Defense.VS28 .
the Atlantic.

uijt from The the squadron P3A to the will P3C transition within Says 'Thank, You'The

. the year.What's.

following is a message from VS-28:
I \ "On 30 March 72,VS-28 completed a successful type training period '
Inside :with USS Saratoga and Air Wing Three.
' Two-thirds of this period required VS-28 to operate from NAS
, NEW TRAINING DEVICE-The latest training device at
FASOTRAGRULANT DET JAX is formally opened by (left to right) Menu P.2 Jacksonville."A .
Civilian News P.8 significant measure of our successful training period was a
Farrell, NAVAIRSYSCOM Headquarters, Capt.
; Capt. John R. Wives Page P.9 direct result of the cooperation of all departments NAS Jax and
* William Vaught, COM.FAW 11, and LCdr John A. LandryOINC
DET JAX. The new P-3C Tactics Weapon "Short Line" P.14 COMFAIRJAX Staff.
' FASOTRAGRULANT note the efforts of LCdrs. Wilson and Johnson
Voting P.16 "Of particular were
' System Trainer, Device 2F87 is a completely digital device and fully
Sports P.IS LtJG)Warner of NAS and Mr.Tanner of COMFAIRJAX.
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operation of the P-3C aircraft.
If simulates the crew
4 "Please extend our appreciation for a job well done.
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11 I.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mend.ys Friday & Saturday ,
Friday
Friday 11 '.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m to midnight pm Friday A".1I14 Tuesday,A".IIII

l1a.m. to 2 1m. 11..m..il p.m. BREAKFAST! Chilled Tomato Juice, BREAKFAST Chilled .Pineapple
Friday i Saturday Tues..hurs. Sunday Saturday 2 pm Hot Oatmeal, Fried EMS to Order, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Chilled Plums,
Saturday 11 a.m to 1 '.m. 1Ia.m.=11p.m. Noon to Midnight to midnight Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, Choice of Fried Eggs to Order,Griddle Cakes w-
a.m. to 2 I.m. Fri-Sat. Ham or Pork Sausage Ham Omelet, Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Luncheon
Sunday 1I..m..t..m. Monday thru Thur Sunday 2 pm Baked Pork and Beans, Pastry Bar.. Meat, Corned Beef Hash, Hard Boiled
9 to Midnight 11 '.m. to Midnight to 7 pm DINNER! Manhattan Clam Chowder, Eggs, Pastry Bar.
a.ma Seafood Platter of Shrimp Oysters, DINNERi Puree of Bean Soup,
Scallops or Baked Beef w-Noodles Ginger Pot Roast of Beef, Natural
Tartar Sauce, Parsley Buttered Gravy, Oven Browned Potatoes,
Not Too Scared To Laugh Potatoes Buttered Broccoli,Buttered Seasoned Cabbage Buttered Lima
' Mixed Vegetables Salad Bar, Black. Beans, Salad Bar, Cherry Pie, Oat.
berry Tarts, Brown Sugar Cookies. meal Cookies.
Jax A Navyman stationed here in 1944 admitted he sprouted SANDWICH LINE! Sloppy Joes on SANDWICH LINE Chili Dogs or
enough gray hairs to fill a mattress when he was almost blown out of a m ll1llI'ItOTESTANT Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgers Grilled Cheese and Ham, French
PBY over Kiska, but he wasn't too scared to laugh at a joke on or Frankfurters French. Fried Fried Potatoes, Dessert Bar.
Potatoes Dessert Bar. SUPPERi Chicken Ala King or Beef
another sailor, of course. SUPPER Hot Roast Beef Sand. Porcupines, Whipped Potatoes,
"We were flying near Kiska one day and hit a pretty bad air pocket oow wlches Brown Gravy, French Fried Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Brussel
t that dropped us about 200 feet," related ARM1 Walter Marquis, an Potatoes Buttered Carrots. Southern Sprouts Boiled Blackeye Peas Salad
aircrewman. "I was back in the blisters when it happened and the n Fried Okra, Salad Bar, Strawberry Bar, Raisin Nut Cake Lime Jello.

force of the drop opened the blisters and threw me halfway out of the Shortcake, Chocolate Pudding. Assorted SANDWICH Cold LINE Cuts Cheese Cold Potatoe Plate,

plane. I'd have been thrown out completely U my clothing hadn't : Saturday,April 15 Salad, Baked Beans Potatoe Chips
caught on the guns. I had a tough time getting back inside as it was. VALAIK STATION BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Juice, Dessert Bar.,
"I would have been even more scared if it hadn't been for another Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order, Wednesday April If
crewman. Alberti was his name. He was cooking chow at the time and SUNDAY Griddle Cakes French Toast w-Syrup BREAKFAST Chilled Tomatoe Juice,
to Order
Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Cooked FarJm., rrcd: : Eggs
when we'd dropped so suddenly the chow was thrown all over him and Church School (all ages) 9: Scrambled Eggs w-Cheese, Hash French Toast w-Syrup, Choice of
the bulkheads. Alberti and the chow landed right in the bilge. It was a.m.. at Chapel Annex. Divine Brown Potatoes Pastry Bar. Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Baked
so funny I forgot all about my own narrow escape and laughed." Worship 10:30: at All Saints' BRUNCHt At 10 a.m. Chicken Rice Beans Southern Style Corn Bread,
Chapel Soup, Chili Con Carne or Grilled Pastry Bar.DINNERS ,
Frankfurters, Minestrone Soup Grilled
Steamed
Rice Salad
Mexicali Brass CanceledJax Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Iced Fruit Bars. Beef Steaks,Mushroom Gravy, Baked
High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel Annex -. SUPPERi Baked Veal Loaf or Fried Potatoes, Buttered Cream Style Corn

-- The been cancelled. Junior and senior youth Perch Gravy, Tartar Sauce, Fried Sauteed Mushrooms & OnionS.
aphas
Rice, Simmered Pinto Beans Buttered Seasoned Green Beans Salad Bar,
Fellowship-l at Bldg. 722.
pearance of the The group was p.m. Brussel Sprouts, Salad Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Orange Pudding.
Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at Raspberry Jello Orange Pudding. SANDWICH LINE Submarine
Mexicali Brass at the scheduled to perform small Chapel. Sunday,April II Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers,

NAS Jax CPO Mess April 21 and 22. Tuesday BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice, Frankfurters French Fried Potatoes,
Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Order, Potatoe Chips, Dessert Bar.
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Griddle Cakes, French Toast w. SUPPERi Braised Liver w-Onlons, or
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Syrup Grilled Minute Steaks Swedish Meat Balls, Brown Gravy,
Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. Baked Beans, Lyonnalse Potatoes Buttered Egg Noodles. Buttered
Pastry Bat.BRUNCHI Squash Seasoned Green Peas Salad
JAX AIR NEWSThe At 10 a.m. Vegetable Bar, Iced Fruit Bars, Raspberry
NAVAL HOSPITAL Soup Barbecued Beef Cubes French Jel lo.
Divine Worship-10 a.m. at St. Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans Salad SANDWICH LINES SlOPPY'' Joes on.
Lukes. Bar. Cherry Pie Oatmeal Cookies. Hamburger Buns Grilled Hamburgers
SUPPERi; Chicken Fricassee, or Frankfurters French
JAX AIR NEWS Is, a ,Civilian Enterprise Newspaper .Snowflake Potatoes, Baking Powder Fried Potatoes! .Dessert Bar..
distributed each Thursday at the U S. Naval Air Station. CATHOLICSaturday Biscuits, Cranberry Sauce Buttered

Jacksonville' Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Mass-5 p.m. at St. Squash, Seasoned Green Beans, Salad Thursday,April/ JO
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 ding.Bar, Raisin Nut Cake, Vanilla Pud. BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Juice,

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Monday,April 17 Griddle Hot Oatmeal Cakes Fried w-Syrup Eggs, Choice to Order of,

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday beforepublication.'News Monday, Tuesday, Thursday andFridayII BREAKFAST Chilled/ Grapefruit Bacon or Luncheon Meat Minced

Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or ::30 a.m. WednesdayMass Juice to Buttered Hominy Grits, Fried Beef on Toast, Home Fried Potatoes,
3119. 11:30: a.m. at the Naval Choice Eggs Order French Toast w-Syrup Pastry Bar.DINNER .
of Thin Pork Chops or Ham, Tomatoe Rice Soup. Hot
Hospital Chapel. Saturday
Creamed Dried Beef Hashed Brown Turkey Sandwiches or Roast Veal,
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Confessions-4l5: and 5 p.m. Potatoes Pastry Bar. Brown Gravy Snowflaked Potatoes

available purchase, use patronage without regard to race, r Roast DINNER Pork Chicken Noodle Soup Bread Dressing. Simmered Pinto

creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser user, or NATTC Grilled Potatoe Loin Cakes, Brown, Gravy. Beans, Buttered Broccoli Spears
Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. in Apple Sauce, Salad Bar, Baked Apples, Peanut
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Creamed Peas & Carrots simmered Butter Cookies.SANDWICH .
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print Building 500. Cream Sauerkraut, Salad Bar, Strawberry LINE Cold Plate,
Pie.
advertising from that source." SANDWICH Brownies. Assorted Cold Cuts Cheese. Potatoe
Grilled LINE Chicken Salad or Salad. Baked Beans, Potatoe Chips,
Hamburgers, Frankfurters Dessert Bar.SUPPER .
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries A Scotchman upon entering a French Dessert Fried Bar.SUPPER. Potatoes, Baked Beans, Mexican Pork Chops
concerning such should be directed to.:- saddlers asked for a single Chili Natural, Gravy, Steamed Rice Apple
spur. Macaroni
or Seasoned
Fried Sauce, Buttered Spinach,
Fish
.>- THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY "What use isonespur"askedthe Tartar Portions.Sauce Franconla Potatoes Mixed( Vegetables. Salad Bar,

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 saddler." Spears, Buttered, Corn Buttered Kernali Broccoli Salad\ Tomatoe Spice Cake, Chocolate
"Well, replied Sandy, "if I can Bar, Jelly Rolls Vanilla Pudo'lng Pudding. Lettuceand
Telephone 388.2755 get one side'of the horse to go, the SNDWICH LINE Cold ffit.. SANDWICH LINE Cheese Grilled
Tomatoe Sandwich or
other side will have Assorted Cold. Cuts, Cheese .
to
come withit. potatoe French
Hamburgers Frankfurters,
VOL. 30 NO. 4 Salad
APRIL I 13, 1972 ." Dessert Baked Bar Beans Potatoe Chips, Fried Potatoes Potato Chips DessertBar.

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.1 Program Your GuideThe

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letter
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.14 t lax ty L received by the commanding

officer of NAS Cecil
;;( Field
; .'.. { Yields recently. It was dated March 30,
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; Commanding Officer
If'
'i,:,g; Naval Air Station
.t:' $60,000To Cecil Field FloridaSir
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, I was stationed at Cecil Field
from December 1948 to August
H' 1951 During that time I do not
remember the exact times I was
' ._pT vt A ,,", personally responsible for three
::; deliberately dishonest acts which
cost the Navy money
4' Six'Helirazor: I. I stole some gas once or twice
from parked Navy vehicles.
2.1 was involved in the illegal
use of a security patrol truck
during which the truck was
damaged though I was not the
driver and a false report made
r concerning the circumstances of

r the damage.
c w 3. While driving a Navy
,
"n At SailorsOn vehicle I backed into another

Navy vehicle on the base by
accident and deliberately failedto
report the accident.I .
Thursday March 30th six have no idea what the cost of
Hellrazors were shipped over these were to the Navy.
under the Star program for a However, as I recall the gas
combined variable enlistment taken amounted to less than 25
bonus of 60000. Five ATs and gallons, and the damage to the
4 one AQ compose this proud and vehicles in both cases was dented

4',;/ highly motivated group. fenders plus a broken headlight
in the first case.I am enclosing a
Cdr. J. J. Lahr warmly check for $150.00 which I hope
oil congratulated each man for his will provide restitution for my
decision to take advantage of one
\ wrongs. If there is any way to
., of the most generous career determine the amount more
T ; \i'I";, "n ", advancing Navy programs. All of closely,:and t is more than $150.00
m1
f : 1t @ :- W these will
men attend either classB
ri ,t please inform me and I will pay
or C school in their chosen in full.

..' : :;:;:; specialty. I apologise for taking so long to
H' 0 AT3 J. W. Harris
clear this I ask that and
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March up. you
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:::: ATJ T. R. Tysarezyk up as an excellent *
AQ3 month for ATKRON 174 in the U. S. Navy forgive me for
StanleyATJ
) what I did.
H. H. ConstanceAT3 reenlistments with a 100 percent
I :.:.:.:.:.:,;:. HONOA JAXm:::::: P. Laughlin retention rate for first term share Thank you for the opportunity to
OF enlisted this and make it right. I
personnnel and
::: AT3 D. C. career
: Aycock
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Jesus Christ, who led to this
II ::::: liIiH! m :i! ; :::::.::: :: : 174's 10 first term reenlistments me
1. ::::::: 6425 NORWOOD AVE PHONE 764-2419 ::::::: this month bring the squadron decision will fill your life with his
:::;: :::::: ......... fiscal year average up to 36 presence and power.

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Action Who?is the Prisoner of War or the young man who is Missing in lie is the last of a dozen children. He has a family of his own or a girl j: :
Simply, he is the Nation-an American fighting man who waits alone. .
dedicated to the principles which made us free. He is the teenager who left the drive-in hamburger stand for the rice
fellow Collectively he is a man of many faces,..the guy next door..the paddy,or a career soldier with 25 years of service. His average age is Modified :
across the country. He is near and he i is far. 29 years.
Jew lie is of many faiths and philosophies. He worships as a Catholic, Before volunteering or being drafted, he clerked in banks and l

at all,,Protestant in the formal,or sense maybe of a the Buddistor word. maybe he docs not worship picked grocery cotton stores,and sat tobacco.at office desks, pressed parts in a giant factory or Jax Because of :

His home is the car-choked streets or New York, from Park Avenue new criteria; the "I
to Harlem, the wooded hills of Appalachia, the brown-white sand of Serving with distinction during World War II, he knew later of waiting list for public d
Miami Beach or the sun-splashed shore of Malibu-every state and Checkpoint CHARLIE. lie waded ashore at Inchon, flew the Berlin quarters has been i
Airlift blockaded Cuba and advised in Thailand
territory is his own. ,Laos and Vietnam /
The American POW he has been in and out of prison camps in Germany, Japan or North changed. 1'.1}.
or MIA is every creed and color. He is a black The changes
man, white man, red,yellow or brown. Korea.
His education ranges from the elementary shcool of the In Southeast Asia, he served aboard Navy patrol boats or carried a resulted from OP- a
dropout
rifle as a Marine or Army infantryman. lie flew helicopters ,
ghetto to the high school graduate from suburbia. He could have transport NAVINST 11101.13 E
the black and worn aircraft and fighters for the Air Force,Army Marine Corps and Navy.As of
gown mortarboard of a graduate from USC, Harvard, Dec. 16 which
of the POWs and MIAs he shot down
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"Ole Miss"NotreDame one 1,600 was ambushed
Purdue, Air Force West Point established
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Annapolis. mined, cutoff or kidnapped. lie has lived in captivity for as .
Back home his long as six years. standards for \
political philosophy may have been conservative or
liberal. He may have voted Democratic,Republican or Independent- But, he continues to serve. bedroom entitlement ;
if indeed he was old enough to vote at all. Despite deprivation and often inhumane treatment, he continues to based on family ,
lie is the son of a man who migrated from town to town picking serve-in solitary confinement, shackled, abused. composition. 'i
grapes or walked the halls of the Senate, or held a scalpel, the eagle And, he keeps the faith. The April 1 waiting 1
insignia of a colonel, gold stripes of an admiral, the chevrons of a Refusing to participate in activities which might be harmful to his list, posted in the .1
sergeant, the blue suit of a banker-or the uniform of a servicemannow comrades, to himself or to the United Stales, he keeps the faith. Oc
fighting in Southeast Asia. casionally,but rarely,he returns to friendly lands and home. Housing Office,
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lie has won every combat decoration his country can bestow. lie 217, has been revised
has been recommended for the Medal of Honor for extraordinary to incorporate the
I heroism. lie has won the Air Force Cross, the Army Distinguished t
Service Cross,the Navy Cross,the Silver Star and the Legion of Merit. changes. J
His uniform is decorated with the Distinguished Flying Cross, the A copy of the J .
Bronze Star and the Purple Heart current standards for

The POW-MIA represents distinguished service in -the cause of bedroom entitlements '.
freedom. His unparalled contributions achievements sacrifices and 'based on
decorations span an entire generation and encompass the broad. family composition is
spectrum of our free enterprise system.HE also posted for the I''
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Your Dental Health

Your Child's TeethEDITORS Traffic

ViolationsJax
NORE: The following article is one of a series being
presented by the Jax Air News in cooperation with the Dental
Department.Your .
child may well take his first step on the road to false teeth The following is a report
when he is only two years old. of motor vehicle accidents and

It has been estimated that 50 percent of all two-year olds have one traffic violations for the period of
or more decayed teeth; and that by the time a child starts to go to March 26-April 2.
school,he probably has three or more cavities.He is also likely to have Number of Accidents
early periodontal diseasediseaseof the gums and supporting tissues of ti t This period 18
the teeth). This period a year ago $
Good dental health habits should begin when your child is born. Y Total accidents this year 105
They must include attention to proper diet,good oral hygiene at home Total number of days since last
and regular dental care as soon as all the first teeth have erupted. injury in a motor vehicle accident
Early care not only prevents decay but helps to avoid those conditions 2
that lead to crooked teeth, faulty bite, and other major dental Number of days since an injury
disorders that mean extensive and expensive dental treatment in later last year at this time 19

life.Regular Number of Violations
visits to the dentist during the years from 3 to 12 ensure that J. Tate (Center), NARU This period 56
Hugh
the first, or "baby", teeth are shed at the right .time and that the BENNE SUGGS PAY-OFF-Capt. AKC J.A. Howardfor Speeding 11
and
C.O.congratulates (left) ADJ2 Larry E. Giggey
permanent teeth come in
properly alligned. these
During years, the Reckless driving
The 0
beneficial suggestions.
their
cash awards for
roots of the receiving $50
primary teeth
slowly dissolve while the
teeth
permanent
through
Naval Air Going stop sign 4
forwarded to the Commander
that have been
have been suggestions
forming in the
jaws begin to push their way through the Other Violations
gums. Reserve where they will be evaluated and possibly be sent on for 41Twenty.n
the adoption on a Navy-wide basis. Chief Howard is with NARU Supply ne drivers appeared
Occasionally roots
of the baby tooth do not dissolve quite fast before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
enough. Your dentist want to while ADJ2 Giggey is assigned to RTU-62.
may help along the loosening process. April 6. Disposition of the
Or, if the first tooth has been lost too soon, he insert
may a simple included the
cases following;
appliance tooth.called a space maintainer to preserve space for the Incoming Millions of Veterans. Fourteen lost driving and

Early loss of either primary or permanent.teeth will cause neigh parking privileges aboard the
Could Lose BenefitsJax station for various periods; Eight
boring teeth to drift into the vacant space and either prevent normal to
eruption of a new tooth or disturb the position of erupted teeth. were assigned complete an
The 6-year mollars-the first of the permanent teeth and the most Millions of veterans could lose part or all of their eight-hour course in remedial

important-require careful attention. These four teeth are often not GI educational benefits if they don't act promptly, ac- driving; One Thirteen received a
suspension were givena
recognized as permanent because they do not replace a baby tooth. ;
to the Veterans Administration.Those .
cordine...:. warning One was dismissed
The ;
6-year molar is the sixth tooth back from the center of the mouth ;
and is needed to preserve the shape of the dental arch while the other whose benefits are in Included are flight training, Three were fined (U, S.
teeth are coming in. Six-year molars often develop cavities just a few danger were discharged between apprentice and on-the-Job Magistrate) and, Seven were
months after they erupt, and yet these teeth should last 60 to 70 Jan. 31, 1955 and June 1, 1966. training, and farm' cooperative referred to commanding officers
years For these veterans eligibilityfor training. These forms of trainingare for possible disciplinary action.
VA educational assistance available under the eight Twenty drivers were assessed
payments for GI Bill schooling year policy, until August 31,1975, 66 traffic points.
VOLKSWAGEN expires on May 31, 1974, whether or eight years after discharge,
they are enrolled at that time or whichever is later.
INSURANCERepresenting VA records show that when the
; not.The expiration date is fixed bya 1966 law became effective i it NoticeJax

( Gold Crown Insurance Agency) 1966 law which for the first made over four million veterans
time, extended eligibility for eligible for benefits and of this
All recom-
NOW AVAILABLE FOR ALL CARS education benefits to Post Korean number,about three million have
veterans with service after Jan. not used their benefits or have mendation lists for
EXAMPLE: Male driver, married, age 23, good record.
31, 1955. Each veteran has eight used ordy part of them. personnel eligible toe
Complete Liability $10 $20 $25 thousands, Full
coverage : -
years in which to use his benefits. About 300,000 of this group ar participate in the
personal injury protection and full basic property protection.
Normally, the eight years are in training at the present time.
Comprehensive, $100 deductible, and collision. August Navy-wide
computed from the date of his Total enrollment under the GI
Above coverage on 70 VW SEDAN $143 ANNUALLY AdvancementExaminations
release from military service. Bill in January of this year was
Above coverage on'70 FORD or CHEVY$142 ANNUALLY
However, since the benefits over one million bringing to three must
were not available until June 1, million the number of be submitted to the

WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN 1966, when the law became effective beneficiaries who have received ESO Office,_ Bldg. 200
,the eight years start from trainging under the current G I
to 24.
the Bill. prior April
INC. date the benefits became
available for those discharged
Phone 781-5511 1150 Lane Avenue, So. before that date. assistance To qualify,Post for Korean educational veterans 1

Certain types of training, and servicemen
authorized for the first time on currently on r
active duty must have
August 31, 1967. are not affectedby served at
the 1974 expiration date. least 181 days,any part of it after
Jan. 31, 1955.


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Jax Four aircraft move \ Jax The following positions
crews of the Naval Air Rework .frilra J pm have been advertised under
Facility have been recommendedfor the Jax Merit PromotionProgramsince
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"Zero Defects" recognitionafter our last issue:
compiling a record of more '-.....-.' Machinist General Foreman
than 10,000 accident-free WS-13 (3372)Medical I
relocations in the past 15 months. Technician
I, rivrL. (Chemistry), GS-645-5 (34-72))
The three-man crews, under Supervisory Production
the supervision of J. T. Campbellin Controller (A-C), GS-1152-13 ((35-
the Aircraft
Transportation )
Section of the Production 72)Automotive Transportation

Planning and Control Depart- Specialist, GS-2150-56 (36-72))
ment, have not had an accident
Accountant GS-510-5 ((37-72))
since December
1970. I
It t Supervisory Medical
Technologist, GS-644-9 ((38-72))
Through this March, they
Social Worker, GS185.10 ((39-
accomplished 11,164 aircraft j )
movements without incident. j 72)Employees
.. are urged to look
for the Merit Promotion Announcements .
The record they have V. je" on the official
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skill with which they perform : areas at least once a week,
their hazardous assignment. They are also encouraged to
Aircraft movements, especially I contact the Employment Office,
those within crowded hangars, Ext. 3448, or the Rating Branch,
involve tricky shifting of aircraft ADDING TO THEIR RECORDOne of the four move crews of the Naval Air Rework Facility Ext. 2320, Civilian Personnel
where clearances sometimes area accomplish another incident-free movement. From left are John D. Jenkins, Willie C: Murray and Department, to inquire about
matter of inches. Clarence Thomas. positions in which they are in
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twenty ENGINES t TRANSMISSIONS
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a government agency. minutes to several hours.
you may fly First Class. Nor to some reduced fare But if you've
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Without paying anything extra. tickets. Nor to the Air-Shuttle; time than money,
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And,If the whole plane is full, nor Bermuda, Jamaica, probably-won't mind that at all.

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Jax 86 have been named to attend Mrs. organization. They are donations for Channel 7's annual
the NWCA's Southeast Lyle Kissner, Mrs. Donald auction next month. Mrs.
Regional
BOAT
Convention, which will be Mrs.Overlander James Mrs. Leslie' Becker, Kannair is the chairwoman of the LIFE \
Leggett
'Mrs. John
sponsored by the wives club HtITf'
at Bockhurst and Mrs. committee.Next
Dam Neck, Va., from May 2124. Joy Hopper. Meeting fhfJIGltlfll.SHIPYARD .
First Float
The club will meet April 19 at
Those who will
accompany Jax Jax 86 won first prize at the Compton Hall to elect a vice / !-.
86 President Sharon J :
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King to the
Orange Park ''' I It
Mardi ''
Gras parade president and collect rbMJ "
reports on AI:1:1
annual
convention
are Mrs. Rick last Saturday for their float, all standing committees. \t; U ETIER I OAfr $' i '
Goldsberry, Mrs. Richard
thanks to Mrs. Richard ,.
Balling, Mrs. Thomas Bennett, Mrs. Ronald Maurice Kannair, Mrs., I Irrj: ; !((

Mrs.Charles Davis,Mrs. Everett Henry Holt and Mrs. B.Thorson. Navy Wives SchoolJax .. ",J ,
Jenkins and Mrs.
Richard
0- Riding the float as Red Riding
Rourke. Mrs.Bryan White is the Hood was Mrs. Bryan White
alternate delegate. Mrs. Ray Shafer as the Wolf and; The Navy.
They were nominated at the Mrs. Ken Black as Grandmother. Wives Service Information -
club meeting last Wednesday Mr. Holt drove the float. School

evening. Picnic begins another class
Several new members attendedthe The club's
for
project April is to
meeting and were initiated solicit for small business Monday at Hanger ANCHOR AWEIGH Channel 7's first big donation,a lifeboat from
1000 Room 235. the Jacksonville Shipyards, Inc., is christened by a local Navy wife'
Patsy Drake, to officially launch the annual television auction to beheld
Husbands are next month. Assisting with the ceremony are ((1 I to r) William
I[ Conversation | encouraged to attend Newburn, sales manager for the Shipyards LCdr. John Del Vecchio,

with their wives. For weapons FAWOI weapons officer; Colleen Mills, wife of VP..9'soperations
officer; LCdr. Pete Cressy,VP-49's training officer,and his
You talked of the-great ideas reservations, call wife Sarah. Del Vecchio and Cressy are members of the Jacksonville
And concepts of careful thought, Chief Gage at Ext. Jaycees and are involved, along with Navy wives clubs, in the com
No vague wanderings of the intellectBut 3161. munlty protect to collect donations for the auction.
structured patterns and goals l'
And I looked at you with admiration, .' L

Respect for your words, awe and envy ,,." "' .,
At your Imagination until, .$. > .g"* .:
I tried to remember the outcome i" ,>pV-
Of your concepts. ".'A.. .., -
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imagine gusto ; ;/ !" '
And intensity behind your ideas '?')J t!1.is ru .< .
Was merely to make idle conversation. -
And yet I could never recall ooa '"

When ideas and plans __. K \
Had ever gone farther than the kitchen table. T < H16O *-
Could it be that all your fiery thought *
Was doomed to death even as it was conceived? tp & >
Did you think that clever ideas were any more importantThan 0 9 a %
the muscle and sweat and men's toil rd t o easy

Needed to execute them? s, t fo a okay NGS

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I urge you to become a producer w05g Pt MOM
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Jax -- you Or cosmetic
drug you believe is mislabeled? a you think is insanitar 1

Describe the label of the agencies should be contacted.For .
3.
Instead of throwing it away and product and give any code marks suspected false advertising
I saying, "I'll never buy that that on the container. (In contact the Federal
x again," you can do yourself a the case appear of canned food, these are Trade Commission; for meat and
favor and perform a public usually embossed into or poultry products,contact the U.S.
service at the same time by of .
stamped on the lid of the can) Department Agriculture.The
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t ii reporting the Food and Drug Administration 4.Give the name and address of sanitation of restaurantsand
s the article was
(FDA). the store where products made and sold
and the date of purchase.
The information you providecan bought exclusively within one state are
lead to the detection and 5. Save whatever remains of local problems and should be
correction of a violation of the the suspect product or the empty reported to local agencies.
Federal Food, Drug and container for a doctor's guidanceor
Cosmetic Act of the Hazardous possible examination by the If you suspect the illegal sale of
Substance Act. FDA. narcotics or dangerous drugs,
I The FDA cannot take action 6. Hold any unopened containerof contact the Bureau of Narcoticsand
l solely on the basis of a con the product bought at the same Dangerous Drugs of the U.S.
sumer's complaint, but it will time. Department of Justice.
1 investigate the complaint 7. If any injury is involved, seea (President Nixon has just set up a
1t t A 30-YEAR CAREER comes to an end for AOCM "C" "V" Beck as promptly and act in accordancewith doctor at once. 24-hour 'HOT LINE" in
\ he is piped over the side at CVWR20. the requirements of the lawif 8. Also report the suspect Washington if you have information
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established. packer or distributor shown on heroin.)
There are several important the label of the product and to the
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steps making a reportto
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JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER I PAGE 11


Can The War Be Negotiated ? rr HEY POP/ DIDN'T/ YOU (7N

JAY THAT CORNWALLIS REMEMBER

-Sri01 : The following is taken from a statement by Secretary SURRENDERED TO IS YOU ASKED
P.
Rogers WASHINGTON AT
summarizing U. S. Policy regarding determination WHERE"YORKTOWN'1THE
to negotiate a settlement and problems N.A S. JAX ?
encountered with the other side during the WAS. 1 TOLD YOU
Paris Peace Talks,
which were THAT IS WRONG.
.I..., In ..u....... .....I .. .L.. ..__ .. recently temporarily.halted by the U. S.: ,IT WAS THE"WINDRAG"ATTHE
IOA in VTVIJT ocaoivu uiai we these
had with the North Vietnamese, what can questions we work on our mind, and prepared to try to work out a BASE
they made it clear that they The fact of the matter out with is you?" system that will guaranteethe -AND IT IS.
would not talk about they future
a military don't have intention of South Vietnam
solution, except in the context any or in- and will
of terest in represent what the ,
observing
the
an overall political solution.We international law. rules of people of that country want. G N Ill 1
If
have at they did, The North Vietnamese
every opportunity they could have done haven't
pointed out the North Vietnamesewill time ago. it a long made any suggestion at any timein (4p

not work out a military Not Supporting the process, to my knowledge,
solution in the absense of an ...It's not the Saigon that did not lead to one con
overall political solution.... that we're Saigon regime clusion.
One of the difficulties we had is supporting the supporting.idea that We're That is: You get out, you 1
that we have all kinds of people of South the overthrow the government of
Vietnam
negotiations going on with the decide themselves their should South Vietnam and permit the
North Vietnamese. They can talk That's the future. Communists to control that whole
reason that we're
to any American, and he comes there to begin with. area in Indochina.

back and says what they told If we, at this state, said we Other President Side IntransigentWhat Nixon is trying 1 1I

him.What they tell us at the don't care, we're perfectly to do now is to work out a fair <-1.'
prepared to
have
the Communists solution to the of Indochina /'
problem
negotiating table Is what counts. take I I ,
over the Government
It's quite clear that on everyoccasion of South not necessarily for the
that they have said, in it would probably Vietnam-and then United States but for the people in ; /
mean even
the area. We find the other sideis
effect, "We will not return your tually Laos and Cambodia.
prisoners of war unless you obviously our efforts would have totally intrasigent. C her
Always in negotiations things I
overthrow the Government of been for naught.We J
South Vietnam and work out all have fought this vter-a seem reconciled.irreconcilable until they're

the other arrangements we insiston. long, tragic difficult
." war for the That's why you have the
United States-with very good .
In other words, they're using intentions. We don't want any of problem.It's true in labor negotiationsand w li,1 1l! Ii

these prisoners of war as political their territory. We just want to anything else. It always oe
hostages. There's never been work out a solution so the peoplein seems irreconcilable because 5-
doubt about it. I the
any hope South Vietnam can determine that's why you had the conflict.But .
American people will
finally their future.If at some point along the line
conclude that's true.
the South Vietnamese people
reconcile points of view.
...So, it's not possible for us to want a Communist government, you What we are anxious to do is try Self contained TRAVEL TRAILERS
work out solution ,
any military we have said that's acceptable to to get the other side to actively
unless we, in effect, give them us. But we're not going to,at this exchange ideas. I think the PICK UP CAMPERS & MOTOR HOME

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That would be a total) defeat for out and say to the Communists, a foundation on which v" 4; "You don't have to go broke to go first class"
the United States. "You go ahead and take it over, negotiations could succeed. &,' so drive a little and save a bundle
...Why don't they say, "We we're sorry about this whole
want to observe the rules of international thing."

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Control Technician Frank H.Technician, W-2 Horace J. Bobby Ray Minish receives The Technician, W-2 John Tevis Technician First Class Marshall
t: Umble receives The Navy Harrell receives The Navy Navy Commendation Medal receives The Navy Achievement Jones, Jr. receives The Navy
Achievement Medal. Achievement Medal. Medal. Achievement Medal.

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JAXAIR NEWS Movie Schedule

NAS Jacksonville : CALL: 388.2755

Ads should be
mailed
LATWINGER Tuesday for publication to arrive not later than m m m m in m m m a
= Ads the fOllowing Thursday
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISING s, Published arriving the too late for this.. deadline will be
fOllowing
Publisher is instructed week unless the
OFFICE money order for the full otherwise A check or Thursday, April 13 William Travers and Virginia
cost
of the
4747 San Juan Avenue received WITH the. copy for the ad ad must be NAS: "ELVIS-THAT'S THE McKenna. "G" (100 min.)
WAY IT IS" Color Musical, HOSPITAL: "ELVIS-THAT'S
Jacksonville, Florida S RATE Peradditionailine minimum' charge U tines) 2.00 Starring Elvis Presley. "G" THE WAY IT IS"Saturday

((4 words per line) .SO HOSPITAL: "BLUE WATER, ,April IS

WHITE DEATH" Color NAS: "DARKER THAN

:; \\ B : 444 4 ,, # Jl Documentary, "G" (99 min.) AMBER" Color Suspense,

WE REPRESENTMANY Friday, April 14 Starring Rod Taylor and .Susy
EMPLOYMENTJOBSI of the. Navy Personnel Interested In MIDDLE' BURG AREA NAS: "RING OF BRIGHT Kendall. "PG" (97 min.)
purchase of 'land for future use or MObile Farms. home tracts ln Sunnyside WATER" Color Drama, Starring HOSPITAL "RING OF
Call
profit. Also homes of 264-2086 or 264-2181.
value, FHA or BRIGHT WATER"Fish
JOBSt JOBSI VA financed
In all sections of city,
[ Shorthand Secretarys, Dictaphone Please contact Tom Brooker US JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
Operators, Typists, Clerks, Navy Retired your Interested 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern
Keypunches. protected. Callers and apts. 389.3007. Fry At FRA 91Jax
I HIGH PAY NO FEE WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA,
Call Norrell Temporary INC. VA FINANCING
396-5371 Realtors NO money down on New Star
319.5514 771-2082 Home. Ask for Ted or Bob. Mobile -There will be a fish fry at p.m.

NURSES AIDS B ft J Mobile Homes the FRA 91 club Saturday, April All members of the FRA and

Mother substitutes and Housekeepers.All HIDDEN WATERS 3738 Philips Hwy. 15, starting at 5 p.m. LAFRA and guests are invited to .
needed to service private clients. Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots 3888926YRANSPORTATiON come out and enjoy the fish and

Hourly and live-In assignments available. Excellent fishing, boating, : Donations of $1 per person will fun.
available. References and experienceare swimming. Mobile Home area. High,
be accepted. For additional information '
required. Prefer own tran. wooded 'lots. E'2 terms. One mile E. ,
sportatlon. .3992.Lake: Asbury on No. 209, LaRue. 725: Amateur Hour will begin at 7 phone 264-9166.

Home& Family Services, Inc.
3604 University Blvd.S.
Phone: 733-4.<<7 CEDAR HILLS TERRACE 71 DUSTER
Interviews Morning Only By owner. 3BR, 1 bath, 6827 Miss Twister, Big tires. Air shocks. Good Without AdvertisingYou
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LEADING ANNOUNCERTells Louise T. Bailey for $2500. NAS Jax 3822 or 7332485.
you how you may become a 771.3605 Broker Also 4 new mobile home tires on new VISITWAYNE
DISCJOCKEYCall wheels. $225. value, sell for $75. Chief
ISS-lf any hourVAAPPROVED Forrest. SHRUMy

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For Veterans and servicemen Call us for quick service. al his civilian duty station
Morrison I I.Taylor, Inc. 1966CHEV.IMPALA
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GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. BUNDING AGENCY Inc."t
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. 771.3052 737.3864 PB, AC, R&H, Tape Deck. $750.
Pick up & Delivery Available. 7721792. REALTORSLet
Grooming, Deflealng 4 Bathing.
Mastercharge & BankAmericard him assist you in -
accepted. Visitors we come 5085 3BR. BRICK
BUYINGOR SELLING REAL ESTATE
Edgewood Crt. M9-0064.)() ALL SET UP
Kit. AC Unit,
equipped. Nice location.
Extra nice, 12x65, 1972 Buddy, 5102 Blanding Boulevard
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO Available now. 2BR. 1 bath. C H&A, WW Phone 7719513We
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape Louise Bailey Carpet, Built.in Range & Oven and
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate Dishwasher.
Furn.
Broker 771.3605 Compl. Also lot &
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. Storage shed. Call owner 7716297.

SINGER GOLDEN TOUCH ft SEW
Used 12 mos., original cost over $400, NEW HOMES "-
in 4 drawer walnut desk. Makes fancy 3 &> 4 BR, 2 baths Built-In Range, SAILBOAT
designs, buttonholes, sews on buttons, Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,900 up. IS1/?' Fibreglass Cat, blue and white.
blind hems, monograms, etc. Pay FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy. Trailer. At NAS Jax Sail Club. 264- A
balance of $92.00 or $7 per mo. For Edw. O. Lyon Broker, 389 0361 8918.
FREE home trial| call Rayfield's, 772-
8936.

BEAUTIFUL 2,3,4 95 ACRE TRACTS 1966MERCURY ST.WON gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
SINGER $20. CASH On Normandy Blvd.,two miles west of PS, PB, AC, R&H. Good running we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed it.
3 Sewing machines Guaranteed. Does Cecil Field. Choice homesites, paved condition. As is. $400. Call Susan, 387. And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
everything, with attachments. road, close to town, local phone, no 3566 or 772-9165 after 6 p.m. major/ mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on in and
Sew'N'Sound, Inc. 1564 Hendricks restrictions. LOW DOWNPAYMENTEASY double check
Ave., corner LaSalle St.FURNITURE. TERMS -Mobile Homes
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surveyed. NORMANDY ACRES. Signon TARGA, BEAUTIFUL ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICALSYSTEMVOLKSWAGENS ,
Order direct from factory, thru property. Your personal inspection 264-2425
Furniture .Sew 'N' Sound, Inc. Pricedat invited anytime. DEVELOPER.

1683.a fraction 1564 Hendrlck above cost.Ave.Phone corner 398-La OWNER- 289-3421- -. 62 COUNTRY SQUIRE ST.WGN. 71 VW 411, Silver Metallic, only 6,000 miles. 4
Salle St. Custom Made. $400. 7741646. '
RENTALSBEING Dr., AT, AC $3008

LIVE CRABS 70 GHIA, Coupe, Bright Blue, 6000 miles or 6

Wilford's 264-9707 Fish Camp JOHNNY JONIS 5y Charles Crlnw mo. Warr. Guar. on engine $1990

TRANSFERRED? 70 VW, Fastback, Blue, 23,000 miles,.
INCOME TAX Let a retired Navy man who understands
Call 771-2634 for appointment. YOUR problems managethe I R&H $2012
Military Tax Service. 3731 Rendale rental of your house until you n a V 69 VW, Sedan, Blue, R&H $1435

Dr.. return to Jax.Bartleson,.O'Neill 1 Payne, Inc. A 68 VW, Sedan, R&H, Blue $1250

NOTICE 1147 So. Edgewood Ave. 66 SQUAREBACK, Beige, R&H $1200

Mending, sewing and alterationsdone. _388.9311 6000 miles 6 Warr.
3845177. 69 BUS, New Engine, or mo.

3RENTALUNITS Guar. on engine, new paint, new tires $2295 j

LAWN MOWING A EDGING New duplex and House trailer, all I
Nice Selection of other Model VW's to select.
call Hart units compl. furn., Incl. AC, Comp.
771.3211 Ext.8340 fenced lots 210x139". Close to Cecil
Field. For more INFORMATION.Louise AMERICAN
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and we service Window Auto AC, Central, Units Broker 771.3605 71 PLYMOUTH, Duster, AC, R&H, PS, AT,
Units. Reasonable. "Now I remember what I came
4711 miles $2595 '
Palmer
Lake Shore 388-5161 JAX HEIGHTS AREA 13000
The fire extinguisher!
AC, 2BR, Comp. furn., 2 car garage, after. 70 GREMLIN, Nice car $1295

9 ST. BERNARD PUPPY 7397'chain link fenced yard. $125. mo. 771- 66 BUICK, St. Wgn., Vista Cruiser, AT,

mo. old. Registered. House broken. ______
R&H $995
Female $100. Cecil ext. 240. PSPB,

ORANGE PARK f 66 MUSTANG, Conv., AC, AT, R&H, ,.
2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dish- \ Newtop $1495
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National Forest. Two acres: SIftS 5 REALTOR 356.68497 '.SUNDAYITOlPMa .. :
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I 'Short Line' Has Long HistoryJax I



-- The Short Line, once a last five years, however, the It had two five-man crews that Eberstein. "Other days we might and the insulation in its cab is
veritable sea of freight cars, is trucks have all but taken over. worked it 16 hours per day and get five or six. It averages out to mostly worn away.
rapidly drying up. "We handle a third of the there was a six-man crew that about three a day." But it still does the job and will
Where once there were three supplies, maybe less," said maintained the right of way and continue doing it until they figure
locomotives to haul the 750 Eberstein. "The trucks handlethe checked the track and switchesfor Semi-retirement hasn't done out a way for the trucks to bringin
freight cars bringing supplies rest oMt." all three engines. much for the lone engine sittingon the heavy materials such as
each month to the Naval Air During World War II, freightcars Now there is only one crew and the rusted tracks.As planes and motor vehicles.
Station,now there is just one that filled the entire eight-mile there aren't too many days where it approaches its 30th birth. Until then, it will remain partof
handles less than 100 car?. stretch of track that connects the they even work eight hours. day, it shows all the signs of old the nostalgic scene at a
"After World War II,we slowed Naval Air Station to the main "Somedays we don't get any age. Its paint is :faded,the brown modern base that makes an old
down quite a bit," said Ron line. Three locomotives-two (freight) cars coming in," said rust spots pock-mark its exterior salt say, "I remember when..."
Eberstein foreman of ___ __ ... < '_ .', .. ..
general working 16 hours per day and the
the Transportation Department other eight-were needed to
who is in charge of the Short Line. handle all the freight coming in.
"But we were still going pretty One of these locomotives was a
strong up until about five years 65-ton General Electric diesel
ago." electric. { '
During the war, it was brand tr
Before that, trucks had started new and, with its bright gray
making inroads on the freight paint, was the pride of the Short
handled by the Short Lne.! In the Line.

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C 3 Marines HonoredJax a


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Three Marine students of the Aviation Electrician 'A'
School received Meritorious Masts Monday.
Privates First Class Roger D. Morrison and Steven V. Dupris and
Lance Corporal James M. Reed were rendered the honors in
ceremonies at the office of Lt. Colonel Blanchard, MATSG Com
manding Officer.
"As a member of this command from Sept. 6 to March 30 while at
tending a technical, rigorous Class A school, you were also a memberof
the MATSG Drill Team," the Masts read. NAS Supply Officers 'Frocked'
"This accomplishment in itself is noteworthy as you were requiredto I
spend a significant amount of your liberty time perfecting intricate
drill exhibitions."As routines. and performing in numerous drill team parades and After SECNAV Expands PracticeJax

a drill team member, you have personally contributed to its
enviable record and esteem in which it is held by both the military and Two Naval Air Station In his message, the Secretarysaid will not be eligible for the pay and
civilian community Your conduct as a drill team member has Invariably Supply Corps officers were "I have authorized the CNOto allowances of the selected grade
been reported as 'outstanding' exemplary superlative and "frocked" Tuesday in direct commanding officers to until actually promoted.
consequently meeting those exacting standards desired of a Marine." ceremonies at the Supply authorize those Naval officers Lieutenants Harris and Frame
Department building. within their commands who have became eligible for "frocking"
Lieutenants C. B. Harris and been selected for promotion to since they had been selected and
Gene A. Frame became eligibleto the next higher grade by FY-72 were occupying these types of
use the title and wear the selection boards to assume the billets. Officers not in a
:w.I: .
uniform of Lieutenant Com title and wear the uniform of the qualifying billet may be
mander. grade to which selected if (they) "frocked" on the date they are
MOBILE HOMES "Frocking", where an officer are now serving in a billet assigned to a qualifying billet.
selected for promotion but not requiring an officer of the gradeto The fact that an officer has
..ro 12'wide, 2 bedroom actually promoted due to a lack which selected or a higher been "frocked"does not precludehis
completely furnished of vacancy, was recently expanded grade." being recommended for a spot
in a directive from the The Secretary made it clear, promotion if otherwise eligible.
3595 plus tax Secretary of the Navy. however, that "frocked" officers

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Virginia Beach Va., will 7 'r I'IP, <
hold an Open House May t '.
7t
20-21. .
The two-day event will t
if
include a spectacular air
show, a parachute \
demonstration, a military ft t
drill team, the Com- s

NavAirLant Navy Band, a
static display of the Navy's B ,; j
newest aircraft, plus 11

carnival rides, games, .
cotton candy, food, and
GY. SGT FRANKLIN M. REED
drinks.
Admission and parkingare reenlisted for two years at AKC GUNDERSON shipped over
free. Proceeds from b MATSG, giving him a total of 20 for two years at Fleet Air Wing

concessions will go to the years___, ..n service.u..__ 11..
Navy Relief Society. AMIDS
Schedule for the two-day SEMINAR--Capt. John *. "Center' ( ), NAS C.O.
event has not yet been welcomes the Area Manpower 'Institute' for< Development of Staff
(
established, but it is an- of AMirjS) group to a seminar consisting of lectures and demonstration
ticipated that the festivitieswill techniques and methods of counseling applicable to all who counsel
at each military personnel.IFCEUR. .
begin noon day. .



[ Has Mess Night I I .ry J



k Jax The officers of Sourbeer, FICEUR C.O.,

FICEUR hosted a Mess and serving as Vice .j

Night March 23 at the NAS President (Mr. Vice) was tf it'S .

Jax Officer's Club, Lt (JG) Ronald G. 1

marking the 90th anniversary Davenport.Other .

of Naval In- guests for the

telligence.The evening were Intelligence

r1 : honored guest for officers from NIP-
STRAFAC CRAW-1 ALMOST A CENTURY-lLeltto Right) AFCM F.R. Pearson, ADJC
the evening was RAdm. G.W,Jacobs,AEC J.N. Eubanks, AOC L. Smith and ADJC R.F. Green
Earl F. Rectanus, Com CVWR-20, and VA-83 reenlisted at VP-49, giving them a combined total of almost a centuryof

I mander, Naval Intelligence service.

.....,.... tiW.' .r. Command, who

If ever-vigilant cavegirl Victoria gave a speech focusing on S S
Vetri was safeguardingher <'3 i'ec.e-Ias
classified materials from the challenges of Naval ; Standing Boulevard
Intelligence in today's House of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Center
prehistoric spies, she'd have few Phone W 9723
problems with security. There'dbe modern Navy.President .
few' security problems today, Every FRIDAY Night is
of the Mess
Every SATURDAY is
if everyone was as alert as this Night. FAMILY NIGHT
cavegirl. Night was Capt. Emory R.
Your choice of
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Jax Is there a Navy Enlisted

James Classification Bonds(NEC) for aspiring RetiresJax

Not exactly' but the Naval
Intelligence, Command does -- Gloria V. Psota, a
sponsor the NEC YN-2505 mechanical engineering
r program to provide qualified draftsman for the Naval Air
yeomen the opportunity to work Rework Facility was honored on
in the intelligence field. her retirement Friday with more
A YN-2505 is a yeoman who i than 30 years of civil service
meets rigid performance and employment here. She worked in
security standards and has been the Production Engineering
designated to serve in Department.
specific
intelligence related billets--at She was one of only two womenat
commands NARF to "work over the
like
the Naval Intelligence
:..,/ / ; Service Office in San drawing board." Her sister
Libbya Boyette, is presently in

; jf, ,. L-' .,l.I world.To Francisco other. cities Honolulu throughout Chicagoand the .( the engineer Department Weapons technician.as an Engineering aerospace

.... qualify you must be a Gloria qualified as a drafts
yeoman in the Regular Navy in i
WWII when she
MAN OF THE man during
ENLISTED pay grade E-3 through E-5, be a /
QUARTER-YN2 Thomas R. high school graduate or have a -_ .< studied engineering drawing
has been named GED through the University of
Castel
equivalent, and have
Enlisted Man of the a A FAMILY TRADITION-AR Mark Johnson is sworn into the Navy Florida.
FICEUR's combined
received the award GCT-CLER score of at by his father CW03 AI Johnson, an AE"A" School Phase Officer.
He ,
Quarter. least 110 with GCT
a not less than
for "exceptional I service to Looking on is AR Johnson's mother, Roz Johnson, a former WAVE
FICEUR" during the first 55.For photographer's mate. Following recruit training AR Johnson will
application procedures attend PH"A" School in Pensacola, the'same course Mrs. Johnson
quarter of 1972. see OPNAVINST 1221.1F. completed 21 years aao.


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Jax Following is the Civilian Turnip Greens, String Beans and Cheese, Mustard Players
Cafeteria Menu for the week of Lima Beans. Greens, Pinto Beans.Combination .
April 17-21: Combination Salad Tossed Salad Tossed Here .,
Monday April 17 Salad, Chef Salad Bowl Cold Salad, Chef Salad Bowl Cold
Vegetable Soup,Fried Chicken, Plates Fruit Cup Fruit Jello, Plates, Fruit Cup Fruit Jello
Swiss Steaks with Brown Gravy Plain Jello Fruit Cottage Plain Jello Fruit Cottage Jax- The Covenant
7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Cheese Plain Cottage Cheese Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, Players a drama
Rice and Gravy, Mashed Potato Salad Carrot and Raisin. String Bean Salad Waldorf
Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes Almond Cream Pie, Salad. group, will be
Corn,Buttered Squash Okra and Strawberry Shortcake, ApplePie Sweet Potato Pie, Apple Pie, available to perform
Tomatoes. Assorted Pudding. Assorted Pudding, White Cake. Saturday, April 15,
Combination Salad Tossed Wednesday April 19 Friday,April 21 according to the nriKAlSk P
Salad Chef Salad Bowl Cold Bean Soup, Chicken Pan Pie Clam Chowder Trout following schedule: V. Psota
Plate, Fruit Cup, Fruit Jello Pork Cutlets, Baked Meat Loaf Almondine, Stuffed Peppers, Gloria
Plain Jello, Fruit Cottage with Creole Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped Creole Sauce Veal Cutlets with NAS Corrections
Cheese Plain Cottage Cheese, Sirloin Fish. Tomato Sauce 7 oz. Chopped Center: 9 'a.m. PRICE & HOLMES
Waldorf Salad, Beet and Onion. Rice and Gravy, Mashed Sirloin Pot Roast Beef Sand- NDRC: 10 a.m. CUSTOM FURNITURE
Chocolate Cream Pie, Peach Potatoes French Fried Potatoes, wiches. Rice and Gravy Youth Group NAS
Pie, Yellow Cake, Assorted Peas.Beets Green Beans. Mashed Potatoes French Fried Chapel: 1:30 p.m.C. & CABINET SHOP
Pudding. Combination Salad Tossed Potatoes, Stewed Tomatoes
Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Spinach Black Eyes. C. D. Catholic
Tuesday,April 18 Salad GET OUR Days: .
Chicken Rice Soup, Roast Plates, Fruit Cup Fruit Jello, Combination Salad, Tossed Chapel: 4 p.m. 771-2677
Round of Beef with New Plain Jello, Fruit Cottage Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Catholic Mass: 5 .,...
Potatoes, Spaghetti with Meat Cheese Plain Cottage Cheese Plates, Fruit Cup Fruit Jello p.m. E After
Sauce, Liver and Onions, 7 oz. Health Salad, Cucumber Mix. Plain Jello Fruit Cottage Chapel:Covered Dish 2648859ROUTE
Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Egg Custard Pie, Apple Pie, Cheese Plain Cottage Cheese
Rice and Gravy, Mashed Devil Food Cake Assorted Cole Slaw Stuffed Eggs. Supper: 9 p.m. 1, BOX 275
Coconut Cream Pie, Apple Pie,
Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes
Pudding.Thursday ORANGE PARK, FLA.32073
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,April 20 Strawberry
Potato Soup, Crab Cakes with Pudding.
Slaw Country Steaks with Rice,
Baked Franks with Beans 7 oz. Computers are used to speed
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PAGE 18 JAX AIR !

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U Eight Bowlers Chosen;

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: a For Jax Navy TeamJax

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r re AtA Five men and three 3400 pins for a 188 average. He
women won the right to representNAS was followed by 'PNI Bob Swain
Jax in the 6th Naval District from Administration with a 3367
Bowling Championships during total for a 187 average, HM2 Rick
last weeks' 18-game qualifying Dillon from Hospital with 3361
roll-off. pins for a 186 average, SN Jim
AT2 Harry Foster of VW-4 led Attannasio from Administrationwith
the men with an 18-game total of 3346 pins for a 185 average
and YN1 Jim Cruthirds of NDRC
l Intramural with 3328 pins for a 184 average.
$ Lt. Kathy Thornberg of
Bowling Hospital led the women qualifierswith

1 Standings an 18-game total of 2960 pins
for a 164 average. PH2 Dixie

t b t ;k AMERICAN LEAGUE L Deau a 2839 from total NATTC for a 157 Personnelhad average

t EVILDOERS 35 W 13 and Lt.Mary Ann O'Donnell,also
from NATTC Personnel,had a
HARD HATS 35 13
Capt. John Kincald, commanding officer NAS Jacksonville, extends congratulations to LCdr. LATE CHARGERS 32 16 2692 total for a 149 average.
Pat Callagher (L), president of the Navy Jax Swim Team, and Mr. Victor Abrahamian, swim ADCOP 30 14 These bowlers will now go to
team coach, on their presentation of a $500 check to the U. S. Olympic Swimming Team Fund. LEFTOVERS 28 16 Pensacola for the 6ND Bowling
Paul Scott, one of the youngest members of the team, proudly displays the check while other MARINE BARRACKS 22 26 Championships which will be
members of the team look on. HAWKS 2026 held April 17-21

e NDRC No.1 16 28
k'SWiDl Gives To HANDICAPPERS 16 32
Team $500 Olympics
: FUMBLERS 13 35 .... ..,. .
SAWBONES 9 35 i:

Jax The Navy Jax, Swim brothers; sisters and playmatesto the one-week summer day camp.
Team is showing its support of as much as a dollar per lap Qualified persons may contact PACIFIC LEAGUEW ..AVI: t\'dNI' :1 I""Etilll.AIl! ,
'the United States Olympic pledged by a local corporation.The LCdr. Pat Gallagher by calling L
Swimming Team's trip to Navy Jax Swim Team is 2648654. NDRC No.3 29% 18%
Munich, Germany for the 1972 sponsored by NAS Jacksonvilleand SPARKS 28 20
Olympics in the form of a check membership is open to WOODPECKERS. 1 28 20
for $500. civilian and military families of SPLITFINDERS 27% 20%
The money was raised by the the Jacksonville area. The team Navy-Marine CHIEFS 25 19
Jax membersin well in SPLITMAKERS 25% 22%
Navy Swim Team has been showing com
a "Swim For The Olympics". petition and a very active Bowling GUTTER DUSTERS 24 24
On the day of the "Swim"each of summer program is planned. Scores & PIN BUSTERS No.2 21% 26%
the team members was given the Plans are being developed for a '7-, H'CANE HUNTERS 18% 29%
opportunity to swim continouslyfor Swimming Day Camp which will .9.-.7" PILL ROLLERS 17% 26%
three hours. Sponsors had be held during the month of June W L F-TROOP 15 33 .
pledged ahead of time to donate a with the objective of early, GOOD AND BAD 95 25
designated amount of money per concentrated devolopement for a ARDSLEYS 82% 37% CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
lap which the swimmer ac busy summer of competition.There US 81 39 W 11
complished during the three hour are openings for volun THESHUTBIRDS 54% 65% HOSPITAL 33 15 .
period. The pledges varied from teer assistant coaches to assist in SANDBAGGERS 51 69 PIN BUSTERS 30 18 l
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AOB No. l 49 71 BUSH LEAGUERS 28 16
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-HER COMES S .J Softball Starts
I.. / : MondayJax

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...... -The 1972 Intramural Softball season opens on Monday, April
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people squash is -
To many a vying for the National League title.
hard rubber ball, not a vege about 1880. The wealthy soon
The schedule for next week is as follows:
table. began building courts on their

Squash, a game played with country estates as added enter APRIL 17

rackets on a small court en- tainment for weekend guests. AIR OPS vs.WEAPONS 5 p.m. MACKROTII FIELD

closed by four walls, is taking: The sport took its name from AETU vs..GEM 7 p.m. MACKROTII FIELD
England and the United Statesby the soft "squashy" sound the SUPPLY vs.VW-4 5 p.m. ENTERPRISE FIELD
storm.In ball made when it hit the. wall. VP-49 vs.MEDICAL 7 p.m. ENTERPRISE FIELD

the past few years, the The hard rubber balls now FWF vs.NDRC 5 p.m. HOSPITAL FIELD
number of courts in the United used in play sometimes hit the VP-16vs.NARF 7 p.m. HOSPITAL FIELD
States has doubled to more than walls at a hundred miles an

2,000. Harried executives value hour and carom off at almost APRIL 18

the sport because it offers maxi- impossible angles. AFEES VI.AIMD 5 p.m. MACKROTH FIELD

mum exercise in minimum time.A Two or four players battle it ADMIN vs.FICEURNARTUvs.MATSG 7 p.m. MACKROTH FIELD
fiercely contested match can past five years, attracting every out by richoeting the ball off the 5 p.m. ENTERPRISE FIELD

bring a player to a panting, one front bricklayers to million- walls. The ball may hit any BEES vs.HOSPITAL 7 p.m. ENTERPRISE FIELD
perspiring, exhausted halt in aires.A number of walls going to or returning NARU BKS vs.FAW-11 5pm HOSPITAL FIELD

just half an hour, the National tour through Japan of top from the frontwall, even MARTD vs.VP-45 7 p.m. HOSPITAL FIELD
Geographic Society says. players from England and else- during service, but a player
Government officials and military !, where stirred wide interest in must make a return before his APRIL It
officers often compete at the game. The Japanese reportedly opponent's shot hits the floor NARF vs.FWF 5 p.m. MACKROTH FIELD

the Pentagon Officers Athletic will have 7,000 courts twice.A NDRC vs.VP-49 7 p.m. MACKROTH FIELDMEDICAL

Club. One U.S. Navy officer tookto by the end of 1975, more than good player can stand at vs.SUPPLYVW4VS.FAETU 5 p.m. ENTERPRISE FIELD

the game with such enthus- the total in the rest of the world. mid-court and run an inexperienced 7 p.m. ENTERPRISE FIELD -',
iasm that he had a court installed Squash supposedly originated opponent's legs off. The GEM vs.AIR OPSWEAPONS 5 p.m. HOSPITAL FIELD
on a submarine tenderfor in 19th-century London's sinis- difficult "boast" shot caroms vs.VP-5 7pm. HOSPITAL FIELD
sharply off one side wall to the
his crew. ter Fleet Prison, where
shaped rag balls and prisoners batted other, then drops dead after APRIL 28
them against the walls with glancing off the front one. AMD vs.ADMIN. 5 p.m. MACKROTH FIELD

crude rackets to the A close match can leave evena MARTD vs.HOSPITAL 7 p.m. MACJCROTH FIELD
Bounces Over G.lf pass time. well-conditioned player weakas AFEES vs.FAW-11 5 p.m. ENTERPRISE FIELD

In England squash is replacing a kitten. "But you hardlyever ncEVR VI.NARTU 7 p.m. ENTERPRISE> FIELD
golf as the country's fastest Amnae4 the Wealthy see players drop dead oa BEES vs.MATSG 5 p.m. HOSPITAL FIELD

growing sport About 500 new Somehow the graduated the court," said one enthusiast, VP-45 vs.MARINE BKS 7 p.m. HOSPITAL FIELD
game
courts have been built in the to the exclusive Harrow School tongue in cheek. "Usually they
do it after the match."
APRIL 21
1 al I ai.l.. ml al..1J faal' ... b NARF NDRC 5 p.m. MACKROTII FIELD
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SUPPLY vs.WEAPONS 7p.m.5p.m. MACKROTH FIELD
Intramural VP-49 vs.GEM ENTERPRISE FIELD

Jax Sports Briefs FWF vs.VW-4 7 p.Ut ENTERPRISE FIELD

Golf f VP-16 vs MEDICAL. 5 p.m. HOSPITAL FIELD
FAETU vs. VP-5 7 P.m. HOSPITAL FIELD

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