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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 1972
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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Message From RAdm. Geis of FLA. HISTORY ,::1


Repeating The Mistakes Of Our Past. J.!


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Jax "Franklin said that only system of checks, sometimes inexperience, material failure or Captain to C.O. 'examine our tj
two things are certain in life: seemingly overburdensome, to complacency.The overall and individual game plan
Death and Taxes.Santayana prevent repetitive foul ups. latter has played havoc to and see if we, collectively or \
added a third item As a result of these painstakingsteps our safety record this FY. Last individually, could by our action I'; \(
when he said that those who we have improved our year the commands in Fleet Air or inaction be contributing to the
ignore the lessons of history are safety record and in the process Jax had six major accidents in cause of an action. j
bound to repeat its mistakes.In learned that when we deviate the fourth quarter of FY71. .
the field of aviation safetythe from those established We have thus far experiencedone certain.Death, taxes, and history are "
repetitive cycle of accident procedures we usually have major accident in fourth
I rause factors causes much accidents.A quarter 72. Heeding the lessons of the .
soul searching and tearing of hair recent incident occured In sporting events when one latter we can delay the first.
"Ii over mistakes learned and aboard one of our deployed team begins to pull ahead, the
I don't have
repeated. carriers that seems to be a other team will call a time out to other: a solution for the .'
I RAdm. Geis Experience, as the ultimate repitition of a very old problem. examine their game plan. '
I" teacher, has enabled us to build a Accidents are usually caused by Let's each of us from Plane Signed: RAdm. GeisNEWS ,


$ SN Oliver Named : rA XIS


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VOL. 30 NO. 5 Published In The. Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station Jacksonville, APRIL 20. 1972

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:Hurricane Hunters Host VIPs .r



I I'f _ k':' 3r q Receive Unit CommendationJax t:,


u'r xM -The Hurricane Hunters' new WP-3A became a flying showcase Thursday, f

tiMi while the entire squadron was showcased Friday when it was presented the

:' Meritorious Unit Commendation.The .
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i WP-3A carried members of Lawrence Geis, CommanderFleet Geis made the formal presen-
vy 1F
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t t 3 the United States-Mexican Air,Jacksonville,and Capt. tation of the award on behalf of
J Defense Commission from John Kincaid NAS Com- the Secretary of the Navy.
1. Homestead Air' Force Base to manding Officer.
VW-4 was cited for its
NAS Jacksonville.The rendered
Honors were by a "meritorious service from Nov.
commission, headed by detail of from VW-4,
1. sideboys 1, 1970 to March 31, 1971 while
Mexican Army Lt. Gen.. Luis after which the guests were.led participating in meterologicaland
Vinals Carsi! and hosted by U.S. on a tour of the Hurricane Hunter data
. SN Dessie B. Oliver Navy RAdm.Walter L.Small and hangar by Cdr. V._ J. Schuppert, collection oceanographic missions in support of
U.S. Army Lt Gen. Clarke T.Baldwin commanding officer.
j Jax-Seaman Dessie B. Oliver joined the Navy "to do Jr., observed the early squadron Cdr. Schuppert showed the the Naval Weather Service
Command and the National
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something different and see the country which the
warning systems 'protect commission a WC-121N, Weather Servic 's' East 'Coast '
She hasn't gotten to see muchof "Her proficiency as a recep- all nations bordering the familiar "Super Constellation," Winter Storm program."
tionist-typist is above Caribbean from the surprise and presented an audiovisual further
the country during her 26 extremely The squadron was
months on active duty but she's others in like duties of her rate onslaught of tropical storms and description of the squadron's' commended for its "consistently
done something different by and her cheerful and con- hurricanes.. operations. outstanding performance,"
a', being named Serviceman of the scientious attitude is an asset.to Following briefings at the After completing the tour, the which included short-notice
National Hurricane Center in lunched at RAdm., Geis'
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group
Month for March. any organization. launches and flights through
$ Dessie joined the Navy.. in Miami, members of the com- quarters before returning toWashington adverse weather conditions.The .
The 21-year-old Transient mission observed LCdr. F. S. D.C.
I. February 1970, looking forwardto
Personnel Office receptionist- seeing the country and possiblythe Bartolett III and his VW-4 crew Friday morning, the squadron East Cast Winter Storm
clerk typist has proven she's a world. demonstrate the, WP-3A's received the Meritorious Unit program serves the metropolitanareas
.: ,. cut above the average sailor in The only place she's been sophisticated computerized Commendation for their "Snow of the Northeastern United
r her work and this led to a letter stationed since completing boot weather detection equipment. Seeking" operations.In States by providing early war-
of appreciation last November camp is Jacksonville, but she's Landing here, the members ceremonies following a ning information about severe
from the Jacksonville Navy not disappointed. were greeted ,by RAdm. personnel inspection, RAdm. North Atlantic snowstorms.
Recruiting Station and ,1 ,M. ,"._
"I may have wanted to see
with the Serviceman
culminated
other: parts of the country," she
award."I said. "But
I really like
was really :shocked when I Jacksonville.
found out about it," said the' Dessie also enjoys her work
pretty Tennessee native. "I and the people she works with.
didn't even know I'd been "We've got a good bunch of
nominated." people in the Personnel Office,"
Her nomination, submitted by said Dessie who has worked bothin t.
LCdr. R. B. Cantwell, stated just the Transient, Personnel and
what an outstanding job Seaman I Project Transition offices.
Oliver has done as'a clerk typistfor Her duties and responsibilitiesinclude
Project Transition,where she the mustering of tran- w.-
had been assigned until March 9. sition,trainees, the arranging of
"Seaman Oliver is conscientious, appointments with referral
: r reliable and proficient in all counselors, typing orders and s ni 'x t x
aspects of her duties and contributes '-, correspondence, providing
greatly to the efficiency telephone information, filing of .
and effectiveness (of the office)," records and correspondence and
read the nomination. other general office work.


(If I I Pal, Day At Jax' BeachJax I

-The Annual USO.Pal Day Card must be presented in orderto I .3Cf

will be held at Jacksonville get a USO "stamp pass' at the :
Beach on Saturday, May ,6. USO Club, 603 N. 1st St.
All members of the Armed ItLIFE
Forces and their families are Children of ,military depen-
welcome.The dents must be accompianed by JACKET DEMONSTRATION Members of VP-4S demonstrate the "Mae West" life jacket
serviceman's uniform is their parents in order to enjoy the to a group of 60 third graders from NAF Lales. The youngsters recently toured: the facility and
not necessary, but military ID free activities. showed their appreciation by singing"Anchors Away"and later by writing thank you notes. ,

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11 arm; to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Cloud Mondays Friday 8. Saturday
Friday 6
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Friday 11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. to midnight Gratin' Cauliflower, Buttered Green
11 .m..11 p.m. Peas, Salad Bar, Yellow Pound
11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday,April 21
Friday & Saturday Tues..Thurs.. Sunday Saturday 2 pm BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato Cake.Creamed Pudding.Orange Chips,
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m lla.m. llp.m. Noon to Midnight to midnight Juice, Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Dessert Bar.
9 a.m. to' 2 a.m.' FriSat'tla.m. Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup,Choiceof Tuesday,April 25
Sunday 1a.m. Monday thru Thur. Sunday 2 pm Ham or PorkSausageHam Omelet, BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato
9 a.m. to Midnight 11 a.m. to Midnight .to 7 pm Baked Pork & Beans, Pastry Bar. Juice, Hominy Grits Fried Eggs to
DINNERS Manhattan Clam Order, French Toast w-Syrup Choiceof
Chowder, Seafood Platter of Shrimp, Ham or Pork Sausage, Cheese
Oysters Scallops or Baked Beef w- Omelet. Baked Pork and Beans.
Noodles Tartar Sauce Parsley Pastry Bar.DINNERS.
Buttered Potatoes, Buttered Broccoli, Chicken Gumbo SoupHot
FJC Registration SetJax Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Salad Roast Pork Sandwich Brown Gravy,
Bar Blackberry Tarts, Brown Sugar Candled Sweet Potatoes, Chilled
dIt EDa[ Cookies. Apple Sauce Creole Squash, Seasoned
'- Registration for on-board Florida Junior College non-credit SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on Lima Beans Salad Bar, Martha

courses will be held Thursday, April 27, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Hamburger Buns Grilled Ham. Washington Cream Pie, Hermits.
Educational burgers or Frankfurters French SANDWICH LINES Grilled
Services Office.
mwPIWTESTANT Fried Potatoes, Dessert Bar. Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Egg
Automotive mechanics and automotive body repair will be held on SUPPERS Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches Salad Sandwich, French Fried

Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6 to 9 p.m. at FJC's down- n.. Brown Gravy, French Fried Potatoes Dessert Bar.
town facility. Potatoes Buttered Carrots Southern SUPPER Italian Spaghetti w-Meat
Fried Okra, Salad Bar,. Strawberry Sauce, Baked Lasagna Pizza Pies,
Woodshop and art and oil painting will be offered in the Hobby Shop Shortcake, Chocolate Pudding. Parmesan Cheese Seasoned Brussel

from 6 to 9 p.m.on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. NAVAL AIR STATION SANDWICH LINE Grilled Sprouts, Salad Bar, Chocolate Cake,

Speed reading will be offered on Mondays in Hanger 1000 from 7.10 Salad Hamburgers Sandwich or Frankfurters, French Fried Egg Vanilla SANDWICH Pudding.LINE Submarine

p.m.All SUNDAY Potatoes Dessert Bar Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers,
courses will begin the week of May 1. All military personnel and Church School (all ages) 9: Saturday,April 22 Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes,
their dependents are eligible for the courses which are $2.00 each. a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Potato Chips Dessert Bar. I

Worship 10:30: at All Saints' Juice Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Wednesday,April 21BREAKFASTt
.Chapel. Order, Griddle Cakes French Toast Chilled Orange
w-Syrup,Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Juice Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to
and
Youth Worship (Jr. Sr.
( Meat Scrambled Eggs Cheese Order Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choiceof
Remember High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel Annex Hash Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Bacon or Luncheon Meat Creamed
Junior and senior youth BRUNCH: At 10 a.m. Chicken Rice Ground Beef, Hashed Brown
.Fellowship-1:30 p.m. at Bldg. 722. Soup, Chill Con Carne or Grilled Potatoes Pastry Bar.
Frankfurters Steamed Rice Salad DINNERi Vegetable Soup Country
Evening Worship-7:30 at
LQLllA'sThe : p.m. Bar Pumpkin Pie Iced Fruit Bars. Style Chicken, Creamed Gravy
small Chapel. SUPPER: Baked Veal Loaf or Fried Whipped Potatoes Bread Dressing,
Tuesday Perch Gravy Tartar Sauce Fried Cranberry Sauce Buttered Corn, .
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 Rice Simmered Pinto Beans, But. Seasoned Broccoli Salad Bar, Dutch :
p.m. tered Brussel Sprouts, Salad Bar,- Apple Cake. Vanilla Wafers. t
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Raspberry Jello Orange Pudding. SANDWICH LINES Sloppy Jots on
Service-8 p.m. !at small Chapel. Hamburger 'Buns, Grilled Ham r
Sunday April 23 burgers or Frankfurters French
JTAX AIR NEWS I
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BREAKFAST. .
NAVALIIOSPITAL Hot Chilled Apple Juice Fried Potatoes Dessert Bar. .v
Oatmeal. Fried Eggs to SPERi Grilled Ham Steaks, 1
Divine Worship-io a.m. at St. Grilled Griddle Cakes.French Toast w.SEX,* Pineapple Sauce Baked Macaroni w- "1,
Lukes. LyoMalse Minute Steaks, Baked Beans Cheese Boiled Cabbage A. Carrots !
JAX AIR NEWS. is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper BRUNCH Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Buttered Peas Salad Bar, Devils

distributed each Thursday at the U; S., Naval Air: Station. CATHOLIC Soup Barbecued At Beef 10 a.m.Cubes Vegetable, French Food SANDWICH Cake Cherry Jello. Salad or 1

Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St Fried Potatoes Baked Beans Salad Grilled Hamburgers LINE Chicken, Frankfurters, 'j

private firm. All Copy submitted for use (in the JAX AIR NEWS Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Bar SUPPER Cherry Pie, Oatmeal Cookies French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, ,

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs 0//ice. Box 2, NAS a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass--',: Snowflake a Potatoes Chicken,' FrlcU"e I ; Dessert Bar.

Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and .Biscuits, Cranberry Sauce Baking, Buttered POWder Thursday,April 27

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-311S or Friday.ll:30 a.m. Wednesday Rani Nut Beans, Salad BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice
Bar Cake
3119. Mass 11:30 a.m. at the Naval Vanilla PUd. Cooked Farina, Fried Eggs to Order,
ding.
French Toast of Hamor
w-Syrup.Choice
Hospital Chapel. Saturday Pork Sausage, Corned Beef Hash .
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Confessions-4:15 and 5 p.m. BREAKFAST Monday April 24 Hard Cooked Eggs. Pastry Bar.

available forpurcha'se, use or patronage,without regard to race, Juice, Hot Oatmeal Chilled, Pineapple DINNERi Mulligatawny Soup,
creed, color, national origin' or sex of the purchaser, user, or' NATTC Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup Fried Eggs, to Fried Shrimp or'.Baked Veal' Loaf,

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this poficy of equal Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. i in of Beef Bacon or Lucheon Meat MinCed Chotc Sauce Tomato Gravy, Seafood Potatoes Cocktail,
Parsley Buttered
on Toast
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Building 500. Pastry Bar.DINNERa. Home Fried Potat Des. Seasoned Mixed Vegetables Hot

advertising' from that source." Cheese SpiCed Beets,. Salad Bar, Cream
Smothered w.Onlons. Soup Steak Puffs Coconut Bars.
Over a half million student Potatoes Brown Gravy Snowflake SANDWICH LINE Chill Dogs or
Advertisements are solicited by t'te publisher and queries Carrots, Seasoned Mixed Buttered Grilled Ham I Cheese, French Fried
concerning' such should be directed to: social security beneficiaries Salad Bar, Apple Vegetables, Potatoes. Dessert Bar.
(ages 18-22)) receive $41 mil- COOkies. Turnovers Sugar. SUPPER Turkey Pot Pie or Fried
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY lion each month as the dependent .SANDWICH LINE Cold Plates Fish Portions, French Fried Potatoes,

4747 San,Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 children of workers Assorted Salad Baked Cold Beans Cuts Cheese. Potato, Tartar Simmered Sauce Pinto Cranberry Beans Buttered Sauce,

Telephone 388.2755 who have retired, died, or Dessert Bar" Potato Chips, Greens. Salad Bar, Marble Cake,
become SUPPERS Baked Peach Pudding.
VOL. 30 NO. 5 APRIL 20, 1972 severely disabled. NOOdles or Fried Fillet Hamburger of 6 SANDWICH LINES Cold Plate,
Tartar Sauce, Steamed Rice Perch. Assorted Cold Cuts. Cheese. Potato
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: f Mescaline : A Case iy t l s Qltc r+t Traffic



I i r Of False Claims ViolationsJax

r -The following is a reportof
f. n 4'Ya yYAM1ft motor vehicle accidents and
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By VNZ D.C.Nail traffic violations for the period of
Drug Awareness Team April 3-9.
1 Jax -Despite some press reports to the contrary,true mescaline is Number of Accidents
not available in the streets of Jacksonville. This period 5.
The Drug ,Awareness Team, after talking to local narcotic agents, This period a year ago 6.
learned that in the past two-and-one half years not one drug sample ? Total accidents this year 110. ,
confiscated in raids has been true mescaline. Nearly all of the we % Y's Total accidents through this
"mescaline" has turned out to be LSD. /,CA,.r."w+ ,.w k n Sf. { 5 u period last year 79.
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r "In spite of press statements and the abundance of inaccurate street Total number of days since last ;
) knowledge to the contrary, the fact remains that true mescaline, s", injury in a motor vehicle accident
either organic or synthetic is a rare item," said a Drug Awareness s $ 9.
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Team spokesman.More Number of days since an injury
often than not,street drugs are misrepresented in content and 0' last year at this time 26.
\,, dosage and this is especially true with the hallucinogenic variety. Number of Violations
A recent issue of ROLLING STONE, a national semiundergroundnewspaper ALL SMILES-Cdr. 0.. W. Taylor NARU's recruiting officer, Is all This period 92.
disclosed that during a month-long survey by a San smiles as he proudly points to his quota board which indicates that the Speeding 12.
v, Francisco l laboratory, only one of the many samples analysed was annual Veteran Selected Air Reservist quota has been met prior to the Reckless driving 2.
true mescaline. end of the third quarter, FY 72. The recruiting, office also has met and Going through stop sign 4.
I,: Since the peyote cactus grows in the southwestern United States and exceeded its annual TAR quota prior to the end of the third quarter. Other Violations.
since the San Francisco area as a major drug center, it would seem Forty-two drivers appeared
:1, that if mescaline were available,it would show up there. I before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
\ A capsule of supposedly"organic mescaline"submitted to the Drug I Two Items Termed HazardousJax April 13. Disposition of the
Awareness t analysed out to be LSD and saw dust. cases included the following:
"A Conscientious Guide to Drug Abuse," (Do It Now Foundation, -Two items sold by the The Food and Drug Administration Twenty-two lost driving and
Hollywood, Calif.), cautions, "Exercise all usual caution. Readers Navy Exchange and Toyland advises that the toy parking privileges aboard the
should especially be aware of the fact that much of the chemicallybased have been listed as "potentially "Gadget Gear Box", station for various periods;
mescaline has tested out to be LSD and speed..Also of unholy hazardous". manufactured by Kenner eleven were assigned to completean
PCP-acid-speed-combinations." Ronson Varaflame Comet Products Co., is potentially eight-hour course in remedial
The March Playboy states in its Advisor column that "lab analysisof Futane Lighters, No. 19001,have hazardous.The driving; two received suspen-
drugs sold in the street,both in the States and abroad, indicate you been sold by the Navy Exchange. gear box has components sions; seventeen were given
may be getting both more and less than you bargained for." Patrons who have purchasedthese which may cause asphyxiation or warnings; three were dismissed;
In view of the information available from these responsible sources, lighters should return them puncture wounds because.it can. fourteen were finedU.S.(
it is accurate to state that mescaline is a very rare item not only in for refund. be broken apart. Magistrate); and eleven were
Jacksonville but anywhere in the country.The referred to commanding officers.
"truth in packaging"laws do not apply to street drugs and what -
you pay for is not necessarily what you get.

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1'I.1'-i 1J: Star Gasoline Don't andPlastic Mix


Gasoline stored in plastic
r Program containers does not always
. s.S provide adequate protection
against leakage. Technically
Yields qualified personnel in the field of
.S plastics have found that gasolinewill
cause low density plastic
materials to disintegrate at
.. $60,000To temperatures above 140 degreesF.
1 The heat in the trunk of your
car, in the covered bow of your
boat or even in an outside storage
room may reach this temperature
level on a hot day.
Although many plastic con.
Six tainers are being sold, no safety
standards have been developed to
insure that these containers are
II IIr safe for storage of gasoline.
( Hellrazor Therefore, we recommend that
metal containers with tight fit.
ting covers be used for this
purpose. Leave several inches of
SailorsEDITORS unfilled space in the can to allow
for expansion of this liquid in hot
weather.
Don't risk your life and
NOTE: Sorry,due to a property for the sake of con
photo error in last weeks issue- venience or availability of a
this story is re-run this week. container that may not provide
adequate protection.

On Thursday, March 30th, six
4Pictured Hellrazors were shipped over NJROTCUnit
under the Star program for a
combined variable enlistment
bonus of $60,000. Five ATs and VisitsNinety
one AQ compose this proud and
highly motivated group.
male students, four
Cdr. J. J. Lahr warmly men, thirteen female students
congratulated each man for his and one advisor make up the 108
decision to take advantage of one visiting NJROTC group from
of the most generous career Guntersville, Alabama.
in star above from advancing Navy programs.All of After arriving at Cecil Field on
these men will attend either classB Monday, their five day schedule
VISITWAYNE top (clockwise): or C school in their chosen calls for visits to the facilities at

specialty. Cecil, NAS JAX and Mayport.The .
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AnJ.W.Hnris students wJ1 be berthed at
March
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BLANDING AGENCY AT5 H. H. Constance reenlistments, with a 100 percent breakfast and evening meal at
Inc. :
ATI P. Laughlin retention rate for first term the Cecil mess hall. During the
REALTORS 1 An D. C. Aycock enlisted personnnel and career day their schedule is filled with
(in center) designated personnel. ATKRON activities centered around the
Let him assist you in 174's 10 first term reenlistmentsthis Navy in the Jacksonville area.
BUYING OR SELLING REAL ESTATE month bring the squadron On Wednesday,the group will
5102 Blanding Boulevard fiscal year average up to 36 visit the Naval Station Mayport,
Phone 771-9513 percent. and have lunch aboard one of the
Navy ships docked there. The
I students plan to leave for home
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I The Navy Is A BusinessJax : : ;


-It has often been said thatif Nixon has resulted in a "tighter" ionalism theme, the memorandum -
big businesses were run like the Navy a better Navy. states: :
government, they'd go bankrupt.The While some Navy officials "A reaffirmation of the r k
Navy, as part of the would dispute this-they still requirement for technical ; cj '-
Federal bureaucracy, has never, believe in the optimum level of competence in such areas as _
as many Navyman will attest, men, guns and ships-new seamanship, airmanship, ap- 6a
been run as efficiently as it could thinkers such as Chief of Naval plication of technology, etc., and a
be Operations Adm. ElmoZumwalt new emphasis on managementand :
For many years, it,never had believe the Navy can be run well leadership with improvedskills r
to. Although steps were takenat with less money, but more ef in communications, full L'j
upgrading the overall ficiency. utilization of the talents and

efficiency of the Naval operation, Since becoming CNO, Adm. resources of our people, and the :
some Navy people apparentlynever Zumwalt'sphilosophyhas been to development of leaders who ; ( i
really worried because recognize the dignity of each make decisions and take actionon
Congress kept the money pouring individual sailor, accord him the the basis of understanding the
trust and confidence of a valued elements of a situation rather
in.The
reason the money kept member of the team and, in turn, than blind adherence to
coming was that the general demand a high degree of personal previously established prac-
BLUEJACKET OF THE MONTHAMS2 Richard Clayton is
populace was oriented to responsibility for performance, tices."
congratulated by Cdr. J. F. Wetzel, VP-U C.O. for being named theEagles'
a military society and believed conduct and appearance.The All together, there are 80
that 'every penny spent by the CNO knows that with less revisions or new objectives in the Bluejacket the Month for February. The award is based on
moral and behavior.Swap .
outstanding efficiency leadership military
military establishment was a money, the "team" has to be memorandum in categories suchas
penny well spent. more efficient. He also knows if optimized manning, improved
But now the money tree has you ask more from your men,you management, upgrading officer,
been trimmed. The Vietnam War have to give them more. and enlisted duties, officer and
has soured many people on the While this may seem enlisted leadership, quality

military-and they're the people paradoxical, it works. When you control, education and training, Jax AViation Elec- FRIENDLY, RELAXED
who vote in the Congressmen.So spend a greater percentage of performance appraisal, leisure trician's Mate Airman or QUIET ATMOSPHERE
the Congress has given your budget on the individual time activities, socio-economic Third presently on Shore nnuuuinnummnmuu"munuu,
closer scrutiny to the military sailor, you get results. programs, the Naval Reserve Duty in the 6th Naval
IDEALLY
budget and the money flow has Although Adm. Zumwalt has and recruiting.If District. My EAOS is June LOCATED FOR
CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.CLOSE .
turned into a trickle. worked diligently to streamlinethe this sounds suspiciously like 1973. I am presently ,
machine while at the big business,it is.The Navy,longa TO SCHOOLS
The Navy still has to operate, Navy stationed with TRARON 28 CHURCHES AND
however, and the only way it can same time, upgrading the input big business, is finally acting in Corpus Christi, Texas.If SHOPPING AREAS

still run effectively is to be more and output of the individual like one. interested in '1:"" ,' ";::tW!$ '1'i! v .,,:,,'. "',, .
efficient, money-wise. sailor,he knows much more has While you'll never see it listedon contact
negotiating a swap, Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.
These last few years have seen to be done and periodic directives the New York Stock Exchange either of the following ., Turn South 2 Blocks
this new efficiency bear some have emphasized this.A the "big business" Navy phone numbers: Past Forrest High School
fruit. recent memorandum from should pay handsome dividends. VT-28 Troubleshooters

Superfluous programs have the Bureau of Naval Personnel (0500-1200)()( ), 8-939-2382 tOLONIALOREST;
been curtailed. The active duty revises and expands some of VT-28 Personnel ((1200-()
force has been cut. these BUPERS objectives.The Minimum monthly social security 1600)), 8-939-2463 '
The emphasis has been to have two main themes of the retirement benefits Signed: AEAN J. C.
efficient programs and efficient memo are "revitalized for people 65 and over-have Ondrizek B357240, VT-28, APARTMENTS

men. professionalism" and "special increased six-fold-from $10 NAS Corpus Christi, Texas 5928 FIRESTONE ROAD
This "new consciousness," to trust and confidence." to $64-since the program 78419. 7716664 '
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',.". Gasoline andPlastic

:'r.": ,';'' Star Don't Mix

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.. Gasoline stored in plastic
Program containers does not always
provide adequate protection
against leakage. Technically
Yields qualified personnel in the field of
plastics have found that gasolinewill
cause low density plastic
materials to disintegrate at
$60,000To temperatures above 140 degreesF.
The heat in the trunk of your
r z car, in the covered bow of your
I't boat or even in an outside storage
room may reach this temperature
level on a hot day.
Although many plastic con.
tainers are being sold, no safety
Six
)
standards have been developed to
t -- insure that these containers are
rS safe for storage of gasoline.
w Hellrazor Therefore, we recommend that
(
. i it metal containers with tight fit.
, ting covers be used for this
purpose. Leave several inches of
SailorsEDITORS unfilled space in the can to allow
for expansion of this liquid in hot
weather.
Don't risk your life and
NOTE: Sorry,due to a property for the sake of con
photo error in last weeks issue- venience or availability of a
this story is re-run this week. container that may not provide
adequate protection.

On Thursday, March 30th, six
Hellrazors were shipped over NJROTCUnit
4
t / under the Star program for a
combined variable enlistment
bonus of 60000. Five ATs and VisitsNinety
one AQ compose this proud and
highly motivated group.
male students, four
Cdr. J. J. Lahr warmly men, thirteen female students
congratulated each man for his and one advisor make up the 108
decision to take advantage of one visiting NJROTC group from
of the most generous career Guntersville, Alabama.
Pictured in star above from advancing Navy programs.All of After arriving at Cecil Field on
? these men will attend either classB Monday, their five day schedule
top (clockwise): or C school in their chosen
VISITWAYNE calls for visits to the facilities at
specialty. Cecil, NAS JAX and Mayport.The .
SHRUM AT3 J. W. Harris
r March wound students will be berthed at
up as an ex-
AT3 T. R. Tysarezyk
Cecil Field and will have their
at his civilian duty station! AQ3 Stanley cellent month for ATKRON in
AT3 H. H. ConstanceAT3 reenlistments with a 100 percent breakfast and evening meal at
.; BLANDING AGENCY, Inc. P. Laughlin retention rate for first term the Cecil mess hall. During the
; REALTORS ; AT3 D. C. Aycock enlisted personnnel and career day their schedule is filled with
(in center) designated.personnel. ATKRON activities centered around the
Let him assist you in 174's 10 first term reenlistmentsthis Navy in the Jacksonville area.
BUYINGOR SELLING REAL ESTATE month bring the squadron On Wednesday the group will
5102 Blanding Boulevard fiscal year average up to 36 visit the Naval Station Mayport,
Phone 771.9513 percent. and have lunch aboard one of the
Navy ships docked there. The
students plan to leave for homeon
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I The Navy Is A BusinessJax I-- -- ;:: 1,




-It has often been said thatIf Nixon has resulted in a "tighter" ionalism theme, the memoran,
big businesses were run like the Navy a better Navy. dum states: ,
government, they'd go bankrupt. While some Navy officials "A reaffirmation of the 1
The Navy, as part of the would dispute this--they still requirement for technical Qit r
Federal bureaucracy, has never, believe in the optimum level of competence in such areas as .
as many Navyman will attest, men, guns and ships-new seamanship, airmanship, ap- l 4'
been run as efficiently as it could thinkers such as Chief of Naval plication of technology, etc., and
be.For Operations Adm. ElmoZumwalt new emphasis on managementand
many years, it,never had believe the Navy can be run well leadership with improvedskills
to. Although steps were takenat with less money, but more ef- in communications, full
upgrading the overall ficiency. utilization of the talents and

efficiency of the Naval operation, Since becoming CNO, Adm. resources of our people, and the \
some Navy people apparentlynever Zumwalt'sphilosophyhas been to development of leaders who : :- ''J)
really worried because recognize the dignity of each make decisions and take actionon I
Congress kept the money pouring individual sailor, accord him the the basis of understanding the
trust and confidence of a valued elements of a situation rather
in.The
reason the money kept member of the team and, in turn, than blind adherence to
coming was that the general demand a high degree of personal previously established prac- i
BLUEJACKET OF THE MONTHAMS2 Richard Clayton is
populace was oriented to responsibility for performance, tices.
congratulated by Cdr. J. F. Wetzel, VP-U C.O. for being named the a I IEagles'
a military society and believed conduct and appearance.The All together, there are 80 ,'
Bluejacket( of the Month for February. The award is based
revisions in the on
that 'every penny spent by the, CNO knows that with less or new objectives
memorandum in suchas outstanding efficiency, moral leadership and military behavior.
military establishment was a money, the "team" has to be categories "
penny well spent. more efficient. He also knows if optimized manning, improved 1

But now the money tree has you ask more from your men,you management, upgrading officer,
been trimmed. The Vietnam War have to give them more. and enlisted duties, officer and SwapJax
has soured many people on the While this may seem enlisted leadership, quality
military-and they're the people paradoxical, it works. When you control, education and training, Aviation Elec- FRIENDLY, RELAXED & J
who vote in the Congressmen.So spend a greater percentage of performance appraisal, leisure trician's Mate Airman or QUIET ATMOSPHERE
the Congress has given your budget on the individual time activities, socio-economic Third presently on Shore IHIIHHIlmtlllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMHIMIMH
closer scrutiny to the military sailor, you get results. programs, the Naval Reserve Duty in the 6th Naval
budget and the money flow has Although Adm. Zumwalt has and recruiting.If District. My EAOS is June IDEALLY LOCATED FOR
CECIL ,
FIELD N.A.S.
this sounds suspiciously like
worked to streamlinethe
turned into a trickle. diligently
1973. I am presently
The Navy still has to operate, Navy machine while, at the big business,it is.The Navy,long stationed with TRARON 28 CLOSE CHURCHES TO SCHOOLS AND ,

however, and the only way it can same time, upgrading the input a big business, is finally acting in Corpus Christi, Texas.If SHOPPING AREAS

still run effectively is to be more and output of the individual like one. Interested in :<:',''''' '''' m..,: '>''> ',:,. ," ,
efficient, moneywise.These sailor,he knows much more has While you'll never see it listedon contact I
negotiating a swap,
Take 103rd to Firestone
last few years have seen to be done and periodic directives the New York Stock Ex- either of the following Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks
this new efficiency bear some have emphasized this.A change, the "big business" Navy phone numbers: Past
Forrest High School.
fruit. recent memorandum from should pay handsome dividends. VT-28 Troubleshooters

Superfluous programs have the Bureau of Naval Personnel (0500-1200)), 8-939-2382 COLONIALOREST
been curtailed. The active duty revises and expands some of VT-28 Personnel (1200-
force has been cut. these BUPERS objectives.The Minimum monthly social security 1600), 8-939-2463 I
The emphasis has been to have two main themes of the retirement benefitsfor Signed: AEAN J. C. F
efficient programs and efficientmen. memo are "revitalized people 65 and over-have Ondrizek B357240, VT-28, APARTMENTS
professionalism" and "special increased six-fold-from $10
NAS Corpus Christi, Texas 5928 FIRESTONE ROAD
This "new consciousness," to trust and confidence." to $64-since the program 78419. 7716666 '
coin a phrase used by President Under the revitalized profess- began in 1935.

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6 IAV AIR KICVA/C.I ATWIMftFR 20, 1972



Navy Terms DefinedJax FRA AidsRecruiters


Readjusting to civilian life can be difficult for the old salts
accustomed to speaking a "seafaring tongue," as some traditional (S.1 )
Navy terms may be foreign to their listeners. N2LNARTv Jax Local Navy recruiters
To make life 1 should receive a boost in the
more pleasant for prospective civilians,here's a list of near
civilian translations for common Navy terms. future from the three area Fleet
Deck 52 playing cards, plus one joker. io. j F ) c:::; ;::::' Reserve Association branches
Head The FRA National
part of a nail you hammer on. President F. E.
Port A kind of wine. Yj McCulley has called on all
Schooner large beer with a handle." 1 y branches across the country to
Boom A loud noise. f/fl ( aid the Navy recruiters.In .
T.
Line Sales talk to a girl. ,
Sheet A civilian sack. ',., -. a letter to all branch

Hatch To give little chickens. ,-" presidents, McCulley said,
"Every Navy recruiter needs
the
Double-Bottom The load on a chair when
someone sits
on lap.
Stern Making with the face like the Leading Chief. your FRArs help. He does not want the
Stem A flower on one end,roots on the other. c branch members to do his
Hull A former secretary of the state. recruiting for him. He merely
Yard You may have to rake one. wants their assistance in the
Fantail Rudder on a goldfish. opening of the doors within the
Naval A kind of orange. community."

Flat top A deceased Dick Tracy character. i For the
Navy recruiter to
J.r
PilotHere '
and there with a shovel.
*. accomplish his
Prop Used to hold a clothes line. recruiting
up ,'. mission, he must develop a
Stick Something you throw and tell Rover to go get.
working
relationship
.
Sweat To perspire. rapport
with community leaders.
Liberty won't get anymore if you are married.

Watch A timepiece. (The first hour after 12 is 1 O'clock). The FRA feels that, since its"shipmates"
Sack A paper receptacle for groceries. are
Boot To keep the feet dry. r already
established in the
community, it
Roger A man's
name.
Watch cap.In restaurant,so it won't be stolen. "I _,-. .. recruiters can introduce to the Navy
leaders
community
.
Quarters Four to a dollar,
active in the area's businesses.
Mess Something you have to clean up. ,?'
Security Social, taken from your pay. These
can includebusinessmen's
Stinger Tail hook on a bee.
Longevity The length of time last after associations,civic
65.
you
Small Stores 2x4 merchandise marts. She: "What time is it?" groups, the PTA and fraternal
Canteen A hip-pocket scuttlebutt. He: "The fat hand is on four and the skinny hand is on twelve, so it organizations.FRA's .
Jumper A hurdling athlete. must be eight bells, or 1600."

Attention married men pay to everyone but their wives. She: "What's with this eight bells and-or 1600?" Bob Nolan and RAdm.W. .
Left flank The port side of the south end of a horse going north. He: "Also 2100 ZULU time." -, M. A. Greene, commander of
Ear banger A boxer who specialized in cauliflowers. She: "ZULU? Isn't that a tribe In the African jungle?" the Navy Recruiting Command,
He: "Yeah, but this is Greenwich time, which if five hours earlier have'' addressed letters to all
than Eastern Standard,or four hours Daylight Saving time." Navy recruiters informing themof
She: "But what time is it here and now?" the FRA's offer of assistance.
He: "It's four post meridian."
Medicare is the health Insur- She: "Are you trying to tell me it's four o'clock?"
ance part of the social security He: "Just time to see the stampede out of Building 110."
Get know
program that provides to
HONDAMOTORS hospital and medical insur-
ance protection for those 65 the two of you
& CYCLES CO. or older.r.LQ.Qi.
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r .Tax Civilian Cafeteria Menu I

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Wednesday,April 26 Thursday,April 27
Monday April 24 Tomato Soup, Fried Chicken, Bean Soup, Chili Con Carne-

I Minestrone Soup, Baked Meat Macaroni w-Meat Sauce, Braised Rice, Roast Turkey Dressing,
y .4hw s Loaf w-Creole Sauce, Liver w- Short Ribs w-Rice, 7 oz. Chopped Beef and Pork Chop Suey w-Rice,
4 Y. Onions Cream of Chicken Over
Ik 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish.
Fish.Mashed
Rice,7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Sirloin,
Potatoes, Rice w- Mashed Potatoes, Rice w-
Mashed Potatoes, Rice w- Gravy, French Fried Potatoes
French Fried Potatoes, ,
4rm '4 4d Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Gravy Green Beans, String Spinach, Pinto Beans, Turnip
1t Lima Beans, String Beans, Corn. Squash, Greens.
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Beans.
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad
CombinationSalad
Salad,
Tossed
Bowl Cold
Chef Salad ,
Bowl Cold Chef Salad Bowl, Cold
Chef Salad ,
Y Fruit Jello ,
Plates, Plain Jello, ,
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Plates, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Plates, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello,

it L!>I416s Cottage Cheese, Cucumber Mix, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
1 Waldorf Salad. Cottage Cheese, Carrot and Cottage Cheese, Health Salad,

Egg Custard, Cherry Pie, Raisin, Waldorf Salad. Beet and Onion.Pineapple .
Pie, Cream Pie, Apple
Banana Cream
Apple Pie, Assorted Pudding,
Yellow Cake. Strawberry Shortcake, ApplePie Pie, Peach Cobbler, Chocolate

Tuesday,April 25 Assorted Pudding. Cake, Assorted Pudding.
Vegetable Soup, Roast Beef w- Thursday,April 27 Friday,April 28
Sandra P. Glover New Potatoes, Cornbeef Hash w- Bean Soup, Chili Con Came w- Turkey Gumbo; Trout
Toast, Pork Cutlets w-Apples, 7 Rice, Roast Turkey w-Dressing, Almondire, Stuffed Peppers w-
oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Beef and Pork Chop Suey w-Rice,. Creole Sauce, Barbecue,Beef on
Sandra P. Glover Wins Mashed Potatoes, Rice w- 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Buns, 7, oz. Chopped Sirloin,

Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes, Rice w- Franks, Sauerkraut, Fish.
Blackeyes, Mustard Greens, Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes, Rice w-
Civilian Of Month Honor Peas. Spinach, Pinto Beans, Turnip Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,

Jax A pretty mother of an station departments and special Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Greens. Macaroni and Cheese, Stewed
eight yearold son has been assistants assigned to the Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Tomatoes, Peas.
selected astheNavalAir Station's commanding officer of Plates, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Tossed; Salad, CombinationSalad
Civilian Employee of the Month Jacksonville Naval Air Station. Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Plates, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold
for March. Mrs.Glover is called upon 30-50 Cottage Cheese Potato Salad, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Plates, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello,
Mrs. Sandra P. Glover, a file times each day for file searchesof Two Penny Salad. Cottage Cheese, Carrot and Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
clerk in the Central Office Ad- material from office visitors or Raisin, Waldorf Salad. Cottage Cheese,Tuna Salad,Cole

ministration Department, said by telephone, and loans or Chocolate Cream Pie, Slaw.
she was "surprised" when she reproduces copies for users. Blueberry Pie, Apple Pie, Banana Cream Pie, Almond Cream Pie, Lemon
learned of the honor. During the past two years, Coconut Layer Cake, Assorted Strawberry Shortcake, ApplePie Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted

"It's really an honor," said accoring to her superisor, Cdr. Pudding. Assorted Pudding. Pudding.

Mrs. Glover, "Although I was William Parks,Jr., her efforts in ',.
surprised to win it." She was one making recommendations for Marine Wives Schedule
of three civilians nominated for consolidation of file subjects has

the award.A reduced the files from ap- Birthday Dinner Party Wttt PmL6 MAKE
civilian employee at the proximately 300 subjects to its
Naval Air Station for over six present 115, and has resulted in v PIG II''ES__
Jax The Marine Officers
Secretary Doris (Mrs. )
yearsthe last two in the Central less file search time for material Ray
Wives dub for luncheon
met a at Lawseth, and Treasurer Bea
Office-Mrs. Glover has that may be in several closely the NAS 0 Club recently for their Garner.
established a reputation as a related file subjects.She .
business .
monthly gettogether.The Hostesses for the uAprilShowers"
cool, efficient worker. is also responsible for
She is responsible for maintenance of the station club's new officers event were the girls
presided the from Marine Barracks Cecil
over meeting. They ,
classifying and filing all master publications library
are President Field and the retired rolls.
: Diana (Mrs.
correspondence generated by all
William) Wren, Vice President The program included a
Kathy (Mrs. Dell) Ranney, demonstration on decoupage by
Bea (Mrs. Dixon) Gamer. --

USS Sarsfield Sends ThanksJax


"It is impossible to properly express our thanks

rrr in a message for your outstanding response to our needs
during the last few days.

"This is truly what the Navy is all about, 'The support ww" iii"I

of the fleet by the shore establishment under any con- _
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"To single out any individual or group would only

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DoD Recognizes AlcoholismAs grow.




A Treatable DiseaseJax .


In a "new look" for the The Directive states that treatment projects where ;W

Department of Defense, the alcoholism, in itself, should not community leaders can learn P
largest Government Agency has be grounds for disciplinary ac how to develop similar projectsfor ;
recognized alcoholism as a tion. However, an individual's their own cities.
disease.In demonstrated conduct resulting At the same time, the Veterans
making the announcement, from his use or abuse of alcohol Administration will increase the
it was explained that this is a should be evaluated, with number of its alcohol dependent
major change in policy and a necessary action taken as treatment units to 56 in Fiscal
vitally important one, in introducing required.At Year 1973.1'hroughout.

treatment methods the same time, Dr.. Wilbur the Services, Individuals -
that will restore the alcoholic to a said, the new Directive undergoing treatmentand
useful place in society. establishes two areas of rehabilitation will be en- k- -' t
Assistant Secretary of Defense responsibility.The couraged to take part in the
(Health and Environment) Dr. first area is that of the activities of such organizationsas
Richard S.Wilbur said that a new Military Departments which Alcoholics Anonymous.

DoD Directive (1010.2) sets up must set up programs to treat ..... .
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policies for "attempting to and rehabilitate members who HIOMDMBX Chapel Bird Sign
prevent alcohol abuse and abuse alcohol, as well as '
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alcoholism and for treating and to educate all I t. .AMD TMI t Out >
programs per V TO AMMO Ml I >*!TO RIMBMM
rehabilitating" individuals.In / Of VOUtTO two A.CK1CK<
sonnel
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on prevention of [ B TMO.V-- II 1O TM t
the.past, Defense's health V not CMC / \ PSO CQOM MOM
alcohol abuse. / oua
said the in the N+ t- c.M.J $. Flys Off AgainJax
expert emphasis The second area of responsibility -
military as far at alcoholism was rests on the shoulders of

concerned was to punish or the individuals concerned. They Leaders of the airborne In the past, the sign has been
eliminate individuals with a must realize: their need for division of the Jacksonville NAS stolen and glass has been brokenon
minimum effort to rehabilitatethem. treatment and take advantage of Protestant Chapel are worried. the bird feeders.

the programs that will be offeredor They're afraid some of their flock "Many of our old members
Under the new policy, the are already in effect. j may be straying. have stopped coming here," said
Services have been directed to Army Brigadier General John jt Mrs. Robin. "Nobody's likes
Once again, the NAS Garden
put their emphasis on therapeuticand K.Singlaub,Dr. Wilbur's Deputyfor t Society sign designating the glass in their bird seed."
medical programs which will Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Protestant Meanwhile, the Catholic
Chapel
return alcoholics to useful Ser- stressed the that this ground as a doorto
fact is not a bird sanctuary has been stolen Chapel, which is right next
vice Jobs.It temperance movement' in any and as airborne spokesman Ima the Protestant Chapel, hasn't
was emphasized that sense'of the word.It encountered the same problem.Its .
Robin stated, "The sign just
alcoholism is a unique disease in is a maximum effort to didn't fly sign still remains and its
that it is preventable and eliminate the abuse of alcohol away. feeders haven't been damaged.

treatable, and the individual through education. It places the "This situation is getting very Asked for an explanation of this
afflicted has a responsibility to primary responsibility for + serious,".said Mrs. Robin. "How phenomenon, Mrs. Robin said, "I
actively participate in a treat treatment on the individual. 2t are new members to know they really don't understand. But then
ment and rehabilitation Those who participate and can come to this place in safety again, they've got some mighty
program. progress will be able to continuein and comfort if there's no sign?" big cardinals."
The degree to which he does the Service. Those who do not

will determine to a great extent participate or make no ap-
the amount of success he will preciable effort to improve will
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experience; It is important to be eliminated from the Service wi''>' '4'1'''' ''';I';, ;i'.1, ;'..,'..,,.<,..,.j,.,
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understand that a is not through administrative channels. : ,'i.ir.< 'f t l \ 1'f
person .} '
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given monetary compensation or Such a person will be "" :'',;..{\1';.':,''''''''ih'!'.(l )?l' ... ..\.\t,...I..,,."...".."'....".','iiI.,.r',.'''}'f. "...,I:.It'JtD. '."... ;1.>. .' .' ''',,' !f",1'f RJ'r. : ']':; ;''; .<./:.'i'/i': .:..'. SY
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a pension for alcoholism. eliminated because of ineptness, ".' ; "':,!':''''!',' :,. '";;' ;i: \),\"!<::;,...iX.tii. : ,;.,:::"':}.,1i'ijii.';}. ;>;f i('!;'i Programs to Aid unreliability,and failure to follow c .. .1. .1. : ;;; .1..
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Dr.Wilbur also pointed out that instructions. Alcoholism is not ... .M..i"y. .. ., ...
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the Directive draws a sharp line physically unfitting for duty ... .... . .. .. ..,,
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between alcoholism itself and because it can be arrested.

abuse of alcohol which leads to Treatment will be available to .",< .,. .. '" ..
misconduct. everyone; the individual who is ; 4 i

.having difficulty need only seekthe .
I treatment and become' actively riEATEtNDOO .

involved in it.Nationwide .. .. ..,. .

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rehabilitation of the alcoholic is
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11I11I11I11111111 and costly illness which touches ,. ...
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Phone 384.4406 outlined some of the efforts on the ..; ',
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1,2, and 3 BEDROOMS recently established t CiwwUU,
GARDEN TYPE APARTMENTS National Institute of AlcoholAbuseand .

INDIVIDUAL AIR CONDITIONING Alcoholism has a nationwide ,, .. 4: .. ..

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':; : 'Pride In The Past. '


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i;: Jax The 679th Radar winning coincideed with the 25th ".."....' t ,
' located Anniversary of the USAF. ft.JIt I Ift'
\ Squadron, at NAS year .'
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Jacksonville, has been awarded Although the history of the Air .
I the Aerospace Defense Com Force goes back to the Wright '.
:\ mand's"A"Award for the period Brothers, the Air Force only 4>

,: 31 May 69 to 30 May 71. The % became a separate service after ,:;. AN N l U ASA .,..
I announcement was recently their association with the U.S. ;
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I McGhee Commander It was on this date that Chief ,
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Aerospace Defense Command.To Justice Fred M. Vinson ad- _
be considered for the award, ministered the oath of office to
an Air Defense Command (ADC) the first Secretary of the Air e; t

|< unit must have received a Force, W. Stuart Symington.Gen. .
I satisfactory rating during all Carl A. Staatz was sworn in
Operational Readiness Inspections as the First Chief of Staff eight

General Inspections, days later. ,', ",.,.
One of the first crises that the : ": .. .
and North American Air Defense .... .. '1...
Command Evaluations con young Air Force responded to : ,.:' ': '
ducted during the report period. was the Berlin Airlift of 1949, ';' <... '
Persons assigned to the 679th where some 2.3 million tons of : UNITED STATES AIR FORCEtime :

Radar Squadron were com food, fuel and supplies were ,< ,y.

mended for exhibiting out airlifted to the beleaguered expanded with the Pincetree and Facilities and to accomplishradar
when NATO defenses
Berliners to were
counteract Russia's
standing professional skill, Mid-Canada Lines, and the DEW mapping prior to transmittal -
withstood
too weak to have a :
knowledge, and dedication to attempt at isolating and controlling (Distant Early Warning) Line of such data to Backup
attack.
Soviet -
duty by maintaining an extremely the city by stopping all
completed in 1957 the same year Control Centers
level of surface transportation by the For the first time in aerial Interceptor
high and operational occupational forces. warfare, jet fighters locked in that North American Air Defense (BUIC) within the 20th Air
readiness
deomonstrating
Command (NORAD), the Division.For .
combat. MIG Alley became a
The USAF
outstanding proficiency in the was again tested in
performance of their air defense Korea when it wasdemonstratedthat household word, and the USAF'slCH Joint U.S. Canadian Defense the past 25 years, the Air
mission. strategic airpower could margin of victory over enemy Command was established. Also Force has measured up to the

Announcement of the award confine hostilities to Korea at a fighters became a legend. during 1957, the 679th was moved tasks it has set out to accomplish.
The 1950's placed heavy from Robins AFB, Ga, and Only by maintaining a strong

.: ,. :-: :*:.: ::.: :-:;:.:.:;:;:-:;:.;::: :::::: l..1:1t.111AS S:-. ,, S.L:-:.SSSStiSSY.S1N:-1:- reliance on air power as the relocated at NAS Jacksonville.The defense posture will we have
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.' massive retaliation. The air defense of the southeastern will offer a stable peace on a
Strategic Air Command (SAC) United States. This is ac worldwide basis.
and modernized its complished by providing surveillance The 679th
HONDA expanded Radar Squadron is
......S.. ( ) m bomber forces (reduced in the data (search radar), commanded by Major KennethP.
}:' Sti:tMOVD 60's as the ICBM built up to its Height Finder Radar Data, Tevebaugh. There are ap-

S.. S present missle strength). New Electronic Counter measure proximately 90 highly skilled and

OF JAXM2S Interceptors (F-102,101.104, and operations, Ground to Air Radio trained officers and enlisted
11.r. 106) were brought into inventoryas personnel assigned.

the Soviet bomber force ,
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photo).Airmen First Class Hastic and McKensie set up a 545 oscilloscope for a check, (right photo).


CHECK r
Open for your convenience 6 m.-IO p.m,
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SPORTSby < Navy FootstepsAn

DTC J. D. Brewster



Admin's lone tally came on SKEET
Fastpitch: VA-83 opened the Carter's towering four-bagger. The 1st half of intramural skeetis
fastpitch season with a rousing Cuddles Grace of Admin made over, and after the final shot
romp over Medical, 2116. A his Cecil Field debut an was fired, the nimrods from Va-
unique, unprecedented method of auspicious one by striking out 174 found themselves on top of the
scorekeeping was found to be twice in two appearances at the heap with a perfect 7-0 record.
undecipherable, a factor which plate, and muffing a tricky pop- The 2nd half commenced Monday
precludes recording of individual up. It is felt that the rice paddy with VA-68 and VA-12 joining the
heroics for posterity. Suffice to all-star will improve when he league. Standings (final 1st
say that Enold recorded the win, acclimates himself to stateside round):
and Fireball Eschete the loss in a VA-174 7-0
competition. .. ..
relief stint.
VA-81 5-2 r.
AMD nipped Weapons 5-4 in an
VA-12's Stromquist whiffed 10 extra inning game, Simbrook VA-45 5-2
VA-45 batters and gave up but 3 took the win, while Roland absorbed VA-82 4-3 An especially memorable date 29 August. Charles ROBERTS
hits in leading his team to an easy the loss. Both teams AMD '' 4-3 for both Chief Charles H. Jr. will graduate from Edward
10-1 win. Miller with 2 singles, displayed a lot of class. Marines ,t' : 2-5 ROBERTS and his son Charles C. White High School on 8 June 1972
add Tyler, who banged out a VA-83 < *' 14 ROBERTS, Jr., was 20 March and will report for duty as an E-3.
triple were VA-12's hitting stars. GOLF VA-86 0-7 1972. CDR. J. E. PAGANELLI During high school, Charles
Stewart of VA-81 fashioned a launched the new careerwith the ROBERTS Jr. belonged to the
'- nifty one-hitter as his squad The 20th Annual Invitational Golf Set enlistment oath given to young NJROTC exposing him to some of
flattened Admin, 121. Grenrt Cecil Field Golf Tournament will Day ROBERTS who is entering the the basics about Navy life.
slapped two homers, and be played on the weekend of 6-7 Navy under the CAUCE'Program., Having set precedence, .Charleshas
Johnston, Kobby and Mills May on the Cecil Field links. The For 3rd a younger sister also In'
contributed one each for VAIl tourney is open to any amateur May He will undergo training the NJROTC. It looks as is Chief

(military or civilian) having a Captain T. T. COLEMAN, Advance Electronics Program ROBERTS, family Is following a
certified handicap. The after reporting to basic training Navy career.
EVANGELASSEMBLY Commanding Officer, Naval Air
technique "Stroke Play In Station Cecil Field extends'to you
flights"will prevail. Entry fee is an Invitation to participate in a start. Prizes will be awarded This will include green fees,
OF GOD $15.00. For further information Golf Play Day at NAS Cecil Field, each section and the "Gallaway, electric cart and refreshments.
'5714 RAMONA BLVD. contact Bill Stott at the pro shop, Florida on Wednesday, 3 May, System"will be used for scoring. Entry forms can be obtained I
((2 Blocks from Lane Ave. or call extension 245. 1972. A great day has been 'Donation:, $12.00 per person. from the pro shack.
and Interstate) Intramural: The second half of planned with prizes and refresh-
golf finds a traffic jam at the .
ments. All proceeds after expenses -
intersection of lat place. from the Play Day will be
NAMTD,CLAW-1 and VA-174 No. donated to the construction of the Don't Forget
2 are all tied for the frontrunningslot NAVAL AVIATION MUSEUM at
with 6 points each. However, Pensacola, Florida. This is an
defending champs VA-45 No. 1, authorized tax deductable '
VA-45'E' and AMD No. 2 are donation, and if for some un- P0 W-MIA
breathing down the leaders necks
foreseeable reason you can not be
with 5 points apiece. with us to play, your contributionwill .
PASTOR CECIL WIGGINS be most --
greatly appreciated. seA'
Sunday School 9:4SA.M.' The Friday morning teeoffsare Time: ,A "Double Shotgun
Morning Worship 10:50 A.M. reported working out quite Start", one'at 8:30 a.m. and one Wl
Evening Service 7:30 P.M. well. All'teams should call extension at 1:15: p.m. will be held, with a
245 for tee-times.
maximum of 72 players for each
.
) r Self contained TRAVEL TRAILERS,

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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY, CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
Publisher
: -. Movie Schedule
JAX AIR NEWS I=
NAS Jacksonville CALL: 388-2755
i
Ads Should be
Tuesday for mailed to arrive not later than itw
publication
LATWINGER the
i Ads arriving too fOllowing Thursday.
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE : published the late for thJs deadline will be

: PUblisher Is Instructed fOllowing week unless the Thursday,April 20 Travers. "G" (91 min.)

:: money order for the full otherwise.cost of the A ad check must be or NAS; "LE MANS" Color Racing HOSPITAL: "LE MANS"

4747 San Juan Avenue received WITH the copy for the ad. Drama,Starring Steve McQueen."G" Saturday, April 22

Jacksonville Florida S RATE: mlnlmumchugeUlines (106 min.HOSPITAL .) NAS: "ALFRED THE GREAT"

Per additional niwcT worrds per line) ) S2.00..50HU : "BIG JAKE" Color Color Drama, Starring David

Western, Starring John Wayne Hemmings and Michael York.

__ '-.' & J ___ ____ and Maureen O'Sullivan. "PG" "PG" (122 min.)
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dt (106 min.) NAS: "THE ELEPHANT

Makes SINGERTOUCH4SEW all types fancy ORANGE PARK Friday April 21 CRAWLED SLOWLY"The

EMPLOYMENTJOBSI tonholes, stretch stitch, designs.winds bobbin But 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dish- NAS: "THE ELEPHANT ( remainder of the movie
Inside washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth
machine. Like New CRAWLED SLOWLY" Color schedule
Respon. was unavailable
Acts. the
771.1405 or 771.3355.MOBILE as
sible
Shorthand Secretary JOBSI JOBSI Dictaphone! mo. Rayfields.party to take 6437 up Wilson pmts. of Blvd.$8. per Family Drama, Starring Bill Jax Air News went to press.)

(operators, Typists Clerks, HOMES
1 Keypunchers. For November General
(HIGH PAY NOFEEC.II REAL ESTATeI
Norrell Temporary COMPAREGet
3965371BOOKKEEPING the facts about any home you
I REPRESENT MANY choose. THEN compare them to our Voters Urged To I
PrepareIs
)' of the Navy Personnel Interested' In Schult home. Use our rental purchaseplan.

CLERK purchase of land for future use or VA financing available to those .......-:
ome experience helpful. SI.75 per hr., profit. Also homes of value, FHA or who qualify 9.9 Mon.-Frl.,9-5 Sat., 12- *,'
I-? p.m. VA financed, In all sections of city. 5 Sun. your voting residence one registration form, sent with the
Apply Holiday Inn Orange Park Please contact Tom Brooker, US Price Mobile Home Center of those listed below? If it is, absentee ballot, to register a
Navy Retired your interested 1007 Atlantic Blvd. you can take steps to get ready

TAXI DRIVERS protected. Jax 721.2444 to vote in the November 7 gen- service voter applying for both

[Chao.lie., 25 years or older.All shifts.; WYNNE REALTYOF INC. FLORIDA, VA FINANCINGNo eral election. registration and a ballot. Reg-

[Prefer exp., Apply Holiday Inn! Realtors money down on New Star Mobile Alaska, Calif., Conn., Del. istration form must be returnedby

I Prance Park. W-5514 771-2082 Home. Ask for Ted or Bob.B D.C., Ky., :Maine, :Md., Mass., October 28. Address your

ATTN: REFRIGERATION MEN' 3738& J Mobile Philips Homes Hwy.JUSTISSTRAILERPARK. Minn., Mo., Nev., N.H., N.J., FPCA to the Department of

Part time work available. Nltes, HIDDEN WATERS n..ln N.M., N.Y., N.C., Ohio, Okla., Elections, county of residence.

| Weekends.Holldays etc., Contact Mr, Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots Ore., Pa., P.R., R.I., S.C., S.D., l\faine-t.ike Alaska, requires
Richardson, days 733.9111, Nltes 2685J14. available. Excellent fishing, boating, Tex.
Vt. Wis.
Wyo. separate FPCA for
swimming. Mobile Home area. High, 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS, Clan Modern requests
wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E. trailers and apts. 3893007. All the States listed, plus the registration and an absentee

MAINTAINENCE Lake Asbury on No. 209, LaRue. 725- ALL SETUP District of Columbia and Puerto ballot No set registration dead-

| $1.75 per hr., Ideal for retired man. 3992. Extra nice, 12x6S, 1972 Buddy. 2BR, 1 Rico, will accept your FPCA line, but registration must be

Apply Holiday Inn Orange ParkMISCEL.lANEOUS' bath, C H&A, WW carpet, Built-in application for an absentee mail completed before a ballot can be
NEW HOMES Range 8. Oven and Dishwasher. ballot as early as May. forwarded. Address FPCA request -
3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built-in Range, Compl. furn. Also lot & Storage shed. for registration to the
Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,900 up. Call owner 7716297. Puerto Rico has an early cut-
FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy.Edw. off date for accepting ballot re- Board of Registration or Regis-
0. Lyon Broker, 389-0361 MOBILE HOME LOT FOR RENT quests-September 1. California trar of Voters, municipality of 41
A RECORDED MESSAGE BY A 110'x102' lot in restricted mobile home would like to receive residence. Address FPCA ballot 1
application
your -
LEADI ANNOUNCER subdivision. Near NAS. $50. mo. 724-
request to the City/Town Clerk
CASH by September 8 and Texas ,
Tells you how you may become a 0123.
DISC JOCKEY We.buy, sell and trade equities. by September 23. It is a good place of residence.NevadaAlso .

C.III5J..U44any hourVAAPPROVED Louise T. Bailey 1970MOBILE HOME FOR SALE practice to request your absen- requires sep-
771.3605 Broker. 12x55, Unfurn-take over pmts. Furn- tee ballot as early as possible. arate requests for registrationand
For Veterans and servicemen $600. and take over pmts. 772-8929 aft. absentee
an ballot.Regis
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6pm. Some of the States listed
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. WE BUY & SELL EQUIT'ESCall above also have registration tration deadline is October 8.

1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. us for quick service. FOR RENT deadlines. Alaska Delaware, Address all FPCAs to the Boardof
Pick up & Delivery Available. Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. With option to buy. 2BR, Furnished Maine Nevada South, Carolina Registrars or Court Clerk,
,
AAastercharge Grooming, Deflealng& BankAmerlcard& Bathing. 771-3052 4543 Wcsconnett Blvd.7373864BEAUTIFUL2,49SACRETRACTS mobile ty,_ _. home. $115.. ._mo.* 264-6739.. .<> and South Dakota have dead- county of residence.

accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 ",'" lines for registration. Puerto South Carolina-Uses special
Edgewood Crt. 389-0044. "TRANSPORTATION" \ Rico had a registration deadlinein State registration form, sent'r

February. with the absentee ballot. Regis
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO On Normandy Blvd.,two miles west of 0"
CYCLE RENTALSBy Alaska You tration deadline is October 8.
must register
Cecil Field. Choice hornesltes, paved
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape
hour Call Atlantic Car Address FPCA the
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate road, close to town, local phone, no or day. before you can request a ballot your to
Rentals. 3875413.
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. restrictions. LOW DOWNPAYMENTEASY Registration deadline is Oc- Board of Registration, county of
TERMS -Mobile Homes tober 8. Address FPCA residence.
your requests -
71 DATSUN 240Z
Welcome. Free title Insurance, lust
SINGER GOLDEN TOUCH & SEW surveyed. NORMANDY ACRES. Signon AC, Mags, Stereo, 1 owner Asking for registration and an South Dakota-Uses the FP-

In Used 4 drawer 12 mos.walnut, original cost over $400, property. Your personal Inspection $3395. Evenings 772-9090 or 7862079. absentee ballot to the Lieutenant CA ballot request to register a
desk.
desIgns, buttonholes, sews Makes on buttons fancy, Invited anytime. DEVELOPER- PONTIAC FIREBIRD'SPRINT' Governor, Pouch AA, Ju- service voter who is not already

blind hems, monograms, etc. Pay OWNER 2893421. 350 cu. In., V-8, 4 spd., bucket seats, neau, Alaska 99801. registered, so be sure your FP-
balance of $92.00 or $7 per mo. For 3 RENTAL UNITS R&H, Very good cond., 246-0448. Delaware-Uses special State 1 CA, is witnessed by a commis-
FREE home trial call Rayfleld's, 772- New duplex and House trailer, all sioned officer.
8936. PICK-UP
units compl. furn., incl. AC, Comp. 1971 INTERNATIONAL
Vj Ton, long bed. Assume pmts. 28 at
fenced lots 210x139". Close to Cecil
FURNITURE 82.36.Credit Union. Call Howland 8161
Field. For more INFORMATION.Louise .
Order direct from factory, thru Cecil Ext.
T. Bailey
Furniture .Sew 'N' Sound, Inc. Pricedat 771.3605 WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
Broker
a fraction above cost. Phone 398- 1967 CAMERO
1683. 156.4 Hendricks Ave., corner La 6 cyl., 4 speed, Very good cond. $1150.
Salle St. 3BR RANCHER 77 '.1S74.
Sparkling 2 bath masonry Rancher INC.
LIVE CRABS with large den or 4th BR. New WW COLONY PARK ST.WGN. ,
Wilford's Fish Camp carpet, C H&A, eat-in kitchen, lage AC, PS, PB, Good running cond.,
264-9707 LR,$24,000 conventional. 15 min. and 7 Needs body work and brake |lob. $300. 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511

miles from NAS Jax. or best offer. Susan 387-3566, 95. OPEN
Cleo Davis DAILY8TO8.-30-SATURDAY8T05
DON MILLER.THE KEY MAKER Realtor Insuror DIESEL-MERCEDEZ BENZ SUNDAY I TO4PM
Bonded Locksmith U.S.N. Ret.) 3650 St. Johns 384.6<<4 1965, Black with red interior. AM-FM ,......N HN.........................,.............W.W\
Deadbolt Locks Installed In FHA & VA refinancing
We specialize Short-wavw radio. Fact. air, $1600.
781-5686 and Repo sales. 354-0525. VOLKSWAGENS

1"7VW 71 VW 411, Silver Metallic, only 6,000 miles. 4
Fact. air, AM-FM radio,' Light blue
NOTICE RIVER LOT with black Interior,43,000 miles, $1150. Dr., AT, AC $3008
Mending, sewing and alterations Near Black Creek. 5 lots near river.
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washing-Mobile Homes t esrendt4l 1 of your house until you And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
Houses. 354-7576 8 return to Jax.Bartleson malor mechanical parts+for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
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LATWINGER
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Navy Will Launch I Your Dental Health



Advertising CampaignJax I Tooth Alignment


Don't be surprised when you see the full-page ..F.Faf' .
Navy recruiting ads in national magazines next month r s Vital To HealthEDITORS
And don't be surprised when you see the outdoor ,,.

billboards pushing the same idea. article is of
NOTE: The following one a
The Navy,after failing to meet the Navy is prohibited from using series being presented by the Jax Air News in
its recruiting quotas for the past t prime time on TV and radio. r
with the Dental Department.Jax .
six consecutive months has The Army, to a great extent, cooperation
decided to resort to paid ad and the Air Force, to a lesser wF Teeth are not likely to chew well if they do not come together
vertising. degree,have utilized prime time (occlude) properly when the jaws close. Malocculusion, as this
Chief of Naval Personnel, advertising. condition is called, may cause problems in eating.It .
V Adm, David H. Bagley said The Navy will also send letters may also put a strain on the entire chewing mechanism. This
recently in Norfolk,Va., that the directly to high school seniors strain can damage the teeth and the structures that surport them. It
Navy "after much agonizing"has across the country in the hope of may also injure the joints that allow the lower jaw to move.
decided to follow in the meeting its recruiting quotas. Besides,teeth that are irregular and do not occlude properly detract
footsteps of the Army and the Air Adm. Bagley admitted that the from a person's appearance.
Force. Navy was worried about the A03 E. H. WILSON has been Malocclusion most often develops when the first teeth are being shed
The Army, with its multimillion failure to meet the recent quotas selected as Serviceman of the and the permanent teeth are erupting,but it may occur at any age.
dollar "Today's Army and said it is "several thousand" Quarter at FASOTRAGRULANTDET Sometimes malocculusion is the result of inherited factors, such as
Wants To Join You" campaignand behind for the current fiscal year. JAX. The honor is based on the size of the jaws and the teeth. Sometimes,harmful habits such as
the Air Force with a similar Two reasons were cited by Initiative, intelligence, reten- thumb sucking, or early loss of teeth through decay, are the major
one, have had great success, Adm. Bagley for the low tiveness and comprehension. reasons. Sometimes there is a combination of causes.
according to Adm. Bagley, and recruiting figures: The anti-
the Navy now feels it also has to military feeling among a large Whatever the cause,prompt treatment by a dental specialist knownas
try paid advertising.The segment of today's youth and the 'NaturalHigh' an orthodontist is required if crowded, widely spaced, or rotated
details of the Navy campaign no-draft movement. teeth are not to spoil a child's appearance or damage his dental healthin
are being worked out by the Bagley pointed out that young later life.
Gray Agency in New York and men,with only a slight chance of
Vanguard in Minneapolis. One being drafted, are joining the Teeth that are too prominent or that meet Improperly may interfere
handicap they'll encounter is that Navy to escape the Army. with chewing and put an extra burden on the stomach. Food particles
"In the past' te admiral said, lodge readily between teeth that are not in proper position, making
Yes "around 50 per cent of the Navy's TonightJax them prey to tooth decay and gum disease. '
recruits were in this category.

We assembleand "As a result, Navy recruitersare When you consider the fact that jaw muscles can apply 200 or more
adjust changing with the times", he .. Ralph Carmichael's pounds of force with each chewing bite, it's easy to see how
said. "Today's recruiters are mal positioned teeth could cause severe strain and damage..
'' bikes.I being hand-picked on the basis of popular folk A dentist can prevent conditions leading to malocculusion, if he is
their articulateness, sociabilityand musical, "Natural High", consulted early. That's why he should see your child between two'and

.. *..". ...Sonk. persuasiveness." will be presented at 7:30: three years of age,as soon as all the first teeth have erupted.
Bagley said that many new tonight in King Hall. Baby teeth are needed to maintain the shape of the dental arch and
recruiting programs will be The will be save the space that will be needed if the permanent teeth are to come
program'
FREEMAN'SBICYCLE aimed at exploiting a youngman's in properly.
SALES desire for education since performed by the 60-
the Navy has the reputation of member Youth Choir of
Your dentist can help keep the first teeth healthy. He can place a
1"39 Mound St.24-510! Orange Park offering some of the best schools the First Baptist Church
space maintainer if the first teeth are lost too soon, or he can remove
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I I Malocclusion can usually be entirely eliminateed. Function and
appearance are almost always improved,and the result is a long step
toward keeping that smile of a lifetime.

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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 15



I Pacific PCS Ahead? Take An Ocean Liner! I lAy'EEAtEICA :,


Are you tired of fighting the In case you decide I.e., your installation transportation travel time coincide with the
airport crowd, tired of missing by ocean liner is that traveling office, as soon as you receive ship's destination travel time. It
planes, or just plain tired of be- it might as *ell be your noted thing, your PCS orders lie :will checkto Is hoped that, he will say .
ing another jet set traveler? presently there that see whether your alloted Bon Voyage!

If you are, then perhaps the American-Flag ocean are liner only companies two- "':::'" ,. -\L- __ VOX/
of Defense could
Department ar-
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range for you and your family a Pacific: ((1)) American President pn
type of traveling you always Lines, with its two ships, the vCIW7i
wanted but were afraid to ask: SS President Wilson and SS
a one-way cruise aboard an President Cleveland. Both
American-Flag ocean liner to an these ships visit such of
exotic place such as Hawaii. Of Honolulu, Japan, the ports Philippines as- 1
course, at Government expense. Hong Kong and Taiwan
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The only catch is that you and sail from San Francisco and _

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and be married.If Monterey sail primarily to ports
you are interested visit In Hawaii, Australia and New
your installation's transportation Zealand from San Francisco and iV/fM 1J1W/ (YOUR
office as soon as you receive Los Angeles.If .
PCS orders. Let's say that M
your '
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been reassigned to Ha
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providing Once the service transportation to the Pacific.officer GOODYEAR TIRES NOW AVAILABLE AT SPECIAL

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for occasional such amenities trips to as the tippingand bar, : THROUGH SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH YOU ,:


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"Section 732. Not less than ,. t
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$5,500,000 of the funds made
available in this Act (the
DoD Appropriation Act, 1972)
for travel expenses in connec-
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permanent change of stationof
civilian and military per- '
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funds made available from Goodyear Polysteel tire won! _

Public Law 92-204, approvedDec.
18, 1971, for travel ex-
penses, shall be available only CUSTOM
for the procurement of commercial

sea transportation serviceon POWER CUSHION

American-Flag vessels:

Dept. of the Army $1,800,000 TIRE
Dept. of the Navy 2,700,000
Dept. of the Air Force 1,0:>0,000

Total Allocated $5,500,000


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[r i :'A Scenic And Historic Tour Of Georgia



::1 Take the family on this exciting Mountain Mine six blocks from Dahlon- 103m. LAKE WINFIELD SCOTT. This National i,:. MA1A/19O/ IIFF .. 'wYAN/' /MDlut

t close-to-home auto tour. ega Square, you can try your hand at pan. Forest recreation area has cottagesfor ;>;:f: .::. FQNFf1 !N NAeB v09,1., St NMm
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. ning in the sluice box. rent and excellent camping sites. So N w ; e.IEettN' .
{ APPRECIATION of Georgia from Indian From Dahlonega, scenic drives lead does nearby VOGEL STATE PARK. A lovely
times to today is an historic treasure your deep into the CHATTAHOOCHEE NATIONAL drive between these areas takes you ? : AhLIDAPIMU
;
; family will acquire on this 224.mile drive FOREST. Among several loops try this one: through Wolf Pen Gap and Sosebee Cove, I "" DNhlonega'Ale
% from Atlanta-as you enjoy the scenic Turn north on U.S. 19 and take the spur set aside by the Forest Service as a me 19 MulDawsonvdte
\. beauty of 677,000-acre Chattahoochee road to. morial to Ranger Woody. :
National Forest. snINN.

{ You may also try your luck at panning 81m. CANE CREEK FALLS, a beautiful 106m. JUNCTION OF ROUTE 180 AND I.itt...ewMU .w.w...""'...--II $
for gold. Begin anywhere, or. natural waterfall and recreation spot.Visiting U.S. 19. If you have time, you might go F9 VFNla.yNM.' .. Galnesvllle
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hours are listed on the sign postedon north to BRASSTOWN ,BALD, the highest 1 III"w SI".H..._.Nwkn 11010..n ,
START at the junction of North Ave. (U.S. the U.S. 19 turnoff. Return to U.S. point in Georgia, or to ANNA RUBY FALLS.

78)) and the Northeast Expressway (Interstate 19 and go north to. If not go south on U.S. 19. I, Btat BufordNINNIAt

85)), east of the Georgia Tech cam :N
pus.Follow the Expressway northeast. 87m. STONE PILE GAP. At the junctionof 109m. NEELS GAP. According to Cherokee MIN, Roswell
'; Route 60 and U.S. 19 is the memorial myth, the Gap is the abode of Walasi, MT,INmFTIIID FM, *

33m. TURN LEFT on Route 20 to mound to Princess Trahlyta. According to the Great Frog, leader of the ancient "An. Marietta 'P
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legend, the Cherokee princess retainedher imal Council." Continue south through...
38m. BUFORD. Here a spur road leads youth and beauty from the magic 131m. DAHLONEGA. Have a look at the ,ac.1o II"M.'We

to BUFORD DAM, where you can visit the waters of the spring on CEDAR MOUNTAIN. DAHLONEGA COURTHOUSE GOLD MUSEUM, one *
c *"- great power plant and dam constructedby Follow Route 60 along the flank of Cedar of the oldest in the state, or at NORTH Atlanta
'- Mountain. GEORGIA COLLEGE, located on the site of the
Return
the U.S. Corps of Engineers. to
old U.S. Mint. Stay on U.S. 19 and con
'Buford and drive north on U.S. 23 to.
93m.WOODY GAP overlooks YAHOOLA VAL. tinue through DAWSONVILLE..
LEY. An even better view is seen from the 184m. ROSWELL is a community of first frontal attack on Atlanta In June
56m. GAINESVILLE,gateway to the moun 1864, but failed to penetrate the Con
of the fire
top tower, reached on a mile notable antebellum homes. Turn west on
tains and "Broiler Capital of the World. federate lines. You can drive the
hike the trail on BLACK MOUNTAIN. paved
up Route 120, following it five miles beyond
Much of the city now fronts on Lake lane road to the crest of Kennesaw Mountain,
Marietta to. .
ier. Drive out North Green Street to Route 96m. SUCHES. This little town in the passing trailside exhibits, earthworks and
60,and continue north into the hills to hills was the home of Arthur Woody, the cannons. Return to Marietta.. Take Int. 75
ranger who devoted much of his life to 201m. KENNESAW MOUNTAIN NATION. 18 miles to. .
78m. DAHLONEGA, where the first major restocking North Georgia with deer. Turn AL BATTLEFIELD PARK, commemoratingthe
gold rush began in 1828.Atthe old Crown right on Route 180 fields where Sherman struck in his 224m. ATLANTA.


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COMFAIRJAX 30 22
: 'f 679tb Z1 25
ILL EAGLES Z1 25
LEPRECHAUNS 26 26FAETU
P 23 25
TAMARA WS 23 29
NAMTD 22 26
: ( FLAP JAX 22 30

\ WOMENS LIB 15 37
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) REBELS 40 12
AFEES, 33 19

VR.50 31 17
WOODPECKERS No.2 31 21
NATIONAL LEAGUE BASKETBALL CHAMPS-AX2 Larry Schutt 1
FUBARS 26 22
\ 'Y. of VP-U accepts his team's trophy for winning the 1972 National VP-G2 No.1 25 Z1 0
/. League Championship from Capt. John Kincaid, NAS C. 0., at an FICEUR 5 24 28
awards ceremony held at the NAS gym last week.
BLOWHARDS Z1
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VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS- Lt. Robert Williams of NarJax acceptsthe
NUBS 18 34
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Without BEES 34
Advertising 18 Kincaid,NAS C.0.,in ceremonies held at the NAS gym last week.
VP-G2 No.2 13 39
You Wouldn't Know. CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
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jTTj7J.Jax (41 i1 ifi [ Intramural

Sports BriefsJax Pistol

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Registration for summer swim classes LEAGUE
for all military per .<
sonnel and their dependents, four years of age and older, will be w. L.
conducted from 8:00: a.m to 4:30: pjn. Monday through Friday atSpecial MARTD 6,' 1
Services, Building 704,beginning on Monday,May 22. There j, c WEAPONS 6 1
will be five two-week lesson sessions beginning June 12,June 26,July NATTC 4 ,"' 3
10,July 24 and August 7. There is a registration fee of three dollars per NARJAX 4,1" '3
child per class and no registration will be taken by telephone.Jax AIMD 3", 3

The Jax Navy Softball Team will be holding tryouts this VW-4 2" 4
Friday at 4:00: p.m. and Sunday at 11:00: ajn. on Mackroth Field. HOSPITAL I' '7
Several positions are still open and all interested. personnel are invited SUPPLY 0 8
to attend these workouts.Jax .

-The Fleet Air Jacksonville Area Bowling Tournament will be 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE
held at NAS Jax,May 1-5 at the Jax Bowling Center.
Personnel on active duty for a period of more than 90 days, per w
manently assigned to ComFairJax-ComFairDetJax commands or W. L
units are eligible to participate in the tournament for the purpose of FICEUR ,7'0;
representing ComFalr Jax in the CINCLANTFLT Championships to be 4- MARINE BARRACKS 4 : 2
held at NS Newport,R.I.,May 8-12. AIR OPS 4,3
Notification of entry must be sent to Frank McCaffrey,tournament FAW-11 '3 3
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director not later than Fiday, April 21. For more information call WOODPECKERS COLLECT TROPHIES Capt. John Kincaid, MATSG 3' 4 7'
Frank McCaffrey at Ext. 3239: NAS C.O.,stands with a group of Woodpeckers from VP-49 after he FAPL ', i. 5
presented them with their Intramural Basketball League Cham, NFO 0' 5
Jax-All units and commands interested in participating in the May pionship trophy and their 1972 Intramural Championship trophy. (Lto
2 Track and Field Meet are reminded to inform the athletic office of R) Lt.fig) Larry Gulllckson, Lt. Bill Martin,Cdr. Robert A.Hall,VP49 -
your plans to participate as soon as possible. C.0.,Capt. Kincaid,Lt.Ted Mitchell and Ens.Mike Judice.

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oatln g Its Intramural T

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by John Landry Standings :
The Navy Power Squadron is boat that you are sailing, but a
continuing its drive for new good rule of thumb is: Crew and
members. Marty Foster, their helmsman forward when going to AMERICAN LEAGUEW
publicity chairman,says the clubis windward in order to keep the L
growing fast and they have a bow of the boat in the water NAnJAX No. l 7 0
lot of good things to offer. They allowing the boat to "foot". As VP-49 7 2
meet the first Tuesday of each you ease sheets to fall off,start to HOSPITAL 44 3\4 Z7-
month at 8 p.m.The May meeting slide weight aft being par AIR OPS 4Vfe 44
will feature a first aid demon. ticularly aware of the feel of the NDRC 4V4 4V4 -
stration using ResuscitatingAnnie helm while moving. A well A-CMAINT 244 4 __
a specially prepared balanced rig is one that offers a COMMUNICATIONS 2 6
dummy for that purpose. They near neutral helm with crew COMFAIRJAX 0 7
recently completed an eight week position, centerboard position, NATIONAL LEAGUE
training program on seamanshipand and mainsheet adjustment all W L k
small boat handling and playing an important part. MARTD 6 0 k
another course will be offered Experiment with your boat and FICEUR 5 2 w
soon.Power squadron cruises are see which of these adjustments VW-4 4 3%
held regularly. Watch this you have been lax on. Check with FAW-11 3% 3%
column for announcements and others who sail in the same class 679th 3% 4
I .,r information. Non-members are and get their ideas.All of you will VP-16 3 4
welcome and non-boat owners enjoy the races more if you give FWF >2V4 6%
will be taken on member boats. each other more competition. NARJAX No.2 2 6 .a
The Navy Jax Sail Club will 300 GAME AT2 Harry Foster of VW-4 is presented with a trophy
show a particularly fine film at from the American Bowling Congress by Capt. John Kincaid, NAS C.
its next meeting on sail handlingand This Weeks Sports Quiz 0.,for his recent 300 game. It was the first 300.game ever recorded at
technique narrated by NAS Jax.running .
Olympic.sailing champion Peter
Barrett. If you want to learn how 1. The oldest of the postseason 2. The Heisman Trophy, given backs.!' Name one of the participated.
; to get the last ounce of power out college football bowl games annually to the outstanding college two. uotaaulid pus iua2)nu) (g
q. of you rags come to the marina was first played in 1902 between football player, has been 3. The first college football (GUt) awes JJoN 'pu 'JJIJI J
clubhouse Wednesday, May 3rd Stanford and Michigan.\ Name awarded to only two players game was played on NOT. 9, una1' JO (91:61): alvA 'pua '6al.lax
at 7:30.: Information on a sail this bowl game. who were not quarterbacks or 1869.. .Name the two teams that tu'1 (Z (MOU .asou (tNIMKKHTZS

cruise to Shep's seafood ,.?.?< cyf.. ..\ .
retaurant for dinner on May 6 will ; \ .' :,
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order to properly balanceout ANNOUNCES..
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That's you, Mate, movable
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