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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 27, 1972
Frequency: weekly
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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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APOLLO 16 CARRIES NAVY CAMERA i
. _, '( When Apollo 16 blasted off for the moon April 16,it carried a special gold-plated camera developed k e try ,
by the Naval Research Laboratory.NRL scientists say the camera,with its electronic telescope,will x
give man his first moon-based space observatory.
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The camera, officially called the Lunar Surface Ultra-Violet CameraSpectrograph, will gather jL't
information about the earth, its solar system and its celestial neighbors that was never available to
1 earth-based observatories.
Astronauts John Young and Charles,Duke set the camera in the shadow of their Lunar Landing
Ir f Module during their first lunar excursion.Near the end of their stay on the moon, they removed the {
film from the camera and took it onboard the module for return to earth. _
" Astronaut Young is a Navy Captain; Duke is an Air Force Colonel. The third member of the Apollo,
16 crew,Thomas Mattingly,is a Navy Lieutenant Commander.
TRAVEL IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES h
Service personnel flying at reduced rates on commercial airlines can travel in civilian clothes.The YK
new policy, set down in a recent Civil Aeronautics Board ruling, affects all personnel on leave or c
' liberty and applies to all domestic U.S. airlines.involved in interstate commerce. Most airlines of ,
fering reduced military rates require that personnel provide them with a copy of DD Form 1580;
I however, a few airlines require only that personnel have a validactive-duty identification card. Personnel *
planning to fly at reduced rates should check with the appropriate airlines to determine their.
policies. Copies of the DD Form 1580 are available at personnel offices. (See pg. 8)
l NAVY GETS NEW PATROL FRIGATES
Two contracts totaling nearly $5-million have been awarded for work on the design of the Navy'snew
I class of Patrol Frigates.Each ship in the class is to be equipped with surface-to-air and surface-
s surface missiles, a rapid fire dual purpose gun, anti-submarine torpedoes and the capability. to 1 Ad.
i operate a manned helicopter.The ships are to be powered by marine gas turbines. .
The new contracts were awarded to Bath Iron Works Corporation of Bath,Me.and Todd Shipyards WHERE IS SHE-VP-45 enlisted personnel return home to NAS Jax
t Corporation of Seattle,Wash.Under the cost-plus-fixed-fee contracts,the two companies are to carry after a deployment to Rota, Spain. The Dragons of VA-56 won't be far
out work for ship system design support and propulsion system design for the new class., behind. They're scheduled to start arriving the end of this week' after ::
a 5-month deployment to Keflavik, Iceland.

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wait, is encouraging senior petty officers in essential VOL. 30 NO. 6 Published In The Interest Personnel of Naval Air Station. Jacksonville, APRIL I 27, 1972 :

ratings to continue beyond 30 years service.In .

Z-Gram 103, Adm. Zumwaltsaid request continuation",said Adm. Jax Navy Relief Society ;
"There has always been a Zumwalt. "Request from out.
need for well qualified senior standing personnel in 'other ti
petty officers In the Navy. In ratings will also be considered."
recognition of the outstanding Requests should be submitted Prepares For Fund Drive i
contributions made by members when desired enlistment or extension -
of this community, the Chief of will take the applicant
Personnel will beyond 30 day-for-day ;
Naval authorize continuation selectively when service. Requests years will be individually Jax fund raising drive for the Navy Relief Society is set to be held here May 1 I

members requesting consideration considered by a through June 6 in conjunction with the annual Navy-wide campaign.
'_ can be effectively continuation board and approvalwill There are two auxiliaries of the at NAS Jax and another at the corporated in 1904, is to collect
utilized", be based on performance, Navy Relief inthe area-one here Mayport Naval Station. and hold funds for use in time of
The "CNO pointed out that manning requirements and Jacksonville has branch need.
although-there has been an command recommendations. stations at NAS Cecil Field, NAS Persons eligible for Navy
elimination of many billets, When retention is authorized, AttentionClock Glynco, Ga., and the Naval, Relief assistance Include
many deficiencies still exist and personnel can expect to be ordered Training Center, Orlando. regulars in the Navy and Marine
senior petty officers possessing in accordance with normal Captain R. C. O'Loughlin is Corps, Reserves on active duty', .
special skills are needed. sea-shore rotation for their heading the campaign for the retired personnel and U. S. Coast
__ "Personnel in the grades E-7, particular rate-rating, with due Jacksonville auxiliary. It will be Guardsmen when serving as part :
E-8 and E-9 in undermanned consideration being given to directed at some 21,500 Navymenin 'of the Navy in time of war. .,
ratings or who possess needed personnel in special assignments WatchersJax 79 commands at the four Navy Dependents are also eligible. e
special skills are encouraged to outside ratings. bases and retired persons in the Besides financial assistance, t:
.. +.r Mt. area. the Navy Relief provides budget
Contributions in the counseling, conducts a visitingnurse
{" 1 Jacksonville drive last year program, and operates
totalled just over $47,000. Nearly thrift shops and nurseries. "'
$2 million was collected Navy- The air:stations at' Jacksoville,, .
wide. Cecil. Field and Glynco 'and, .the I 11qrJ
The Jacksonville auxiliary .Q Training. : Center1 are ,1111 t "
'made interest free loans in excess hoping to have kick-off meetings j I' I <
1t t. of $95,000 last year and May 4. .
.I:!*-*, provided another $61,000 in Contributions will be collected i
1, d gratuities.. Navy-wide the through a system of' key-men ."II
;K MwI / Society provided more than $5 assigned for every 25 potential
.)):, million in loans and gratuities 'contributors, Payroll deductions, i "1f
I". l -The primary purpose of the as-used in Combined. FederalCampaign ; ':
t'. Navy Relief Society, in- are! not allowed., Ip
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begin at 2 a.m. ,,
.' Sunday April. 30. "
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1. TAKING THE BULL BY THE HORNS-LCdr. Pete 'Cressy and AHEAD one hour. Bracelets4f
LtJG( ) Jules Craycock of VP-49 accept custody of a championship Eastern Standard
young bull worth $1,500 from Mr Bill Courtney, manager of Merrill, time will return Oct.
Lynch, Fenner and Smith. MLFS is donating the animal for auction in 29. On Sale At Personal Services *

Channel 7's upcoming fund drive. I

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Galley Sets Soul Whipped Potatoes, Corn Fritters Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes,
Boiled Blackeyed Peas Buttered Potato Chips Dessert Bar.
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SANDWICH LINES Submarine Hominy Grits Chilled Plums, Fried
Soul Night May 3 at the NAS Dining Hall. Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes w-

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Potato Chips Dessert Bar Sausage, Corned Beef Hash, Hard
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SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers Blackeyed Peas Buttered Greens,
French Fried Fish or Frankfurters, Egg Salad Salad Bar, Apple Turnovers,
: Sweet Potato Pone SUNDAY Sandwich, French Fried Potatoes, Sugar Cookies.. -
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Seasoned Greens
Turnip Annex. Divine Saturday April 2f Assorted Cold Cuts, Cheese Potato
Boiled Blackeyed Peas 10:30: at All Saints' BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple Salad, Baked Beans, Potato Chips,
Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Dessert Bar.SUPPERS '
Southern Style Corn Bread Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, '
(Jr. and Sr. French Toast, Choice of Ham Baked Hamburger Pie or
Please make,your reservations not later than ) : a.m. at Chapel An- Sausage, Creamed Dried or Beef Pork, Seasoned Fried Shrimp Green, Steamed Beans,Fried Egg Cabbage Noodles

by calling Ext. 3302 or 3259. Meal hours will be and senior youth Lyonnalse Potatoes Pastry Bar. Cocktail Sauce, Salad Bar, Yellow
-1:30: p.m.at Bldg. 722. BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Chicken Noodle Pound Cake, Orange Cream Pudding.
Soup Creole
p.m. at Spaghetti, Grilled Wednesday,May I
Worship-7:30: p.m. Cheeseburgers,
French Fried BREAKFAST! Chilled Orange Juice,
Potatoes,
S.lad'B.r,
Blackberry Hot Farina Fried Eggs to Order,
Tuesday Tarts, Brown Sugar Cookies. French Toast 'Choice of
Syrup
SUPPERS :
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1 Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Chicken & Rice or Bacon or Lunch'eon Meat, Baked
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t and Christian Science Buttered Pork'Slices Cream Gravy Beans Southern Ifylt Corn Bread,
Egg Noodles,
1972'i! p.m. at small Chapel. Sauce Buttered Cranberry. I Pastry Bat.DINNERS ,
Brussel Sprouts. Cream of Potato Soup,
JTAX AIR: NEWS Cream Style Corn, Salad Bar,
Strawberry Stuffed Pork Chops, Brown Gravy
HOSPITAL Shortcake
Pudding. Chocolate J Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Apple Sauce,
Worship-10 a.m. at St. Sunday,April)0 Seasoned Mixed' Vegetables, Okra &
Tomato Gumbo, Salad Bar, BlueberryPie
BREAKFAST
The JAX AIR. NEWS, Is ,a Civilian' -Enterprise j Hot Oatmeal, Chilled Tomato Juice, Sugar Cookies..

distributed each Thursday at the \U, : $. Naval. Alr+ CATHOLIC Griddle Cakes w.Syrup Fried; Eggs.French to Order, ,SANDWICH LINE) Cheese, Lettuce&

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, Mass-5 p.m. at St. Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Toast Meat,, Tomato SandwichGrilled Hamburgers
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Baked Beans, Hashed Brown Frankfurters. French Fried
Potatoes, Potato ,Dessert Bar.
must, be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Potatoes, Pastry Bar. SUPPERi Italian Chips Spaghetti w-Meat

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. Thursday and Soup BRUNCH, Creole: at 10 a.m. Chicken Noodle Sauce, Ravioli, Parmesan Cheese,

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone J72-3118 : a.m, Wednesday Salad Bar, Spaghetti Lemon Garlic Bread, Pizza Pie, Buttered Busssel Sprouts,
3119. : a.m. at the Naval Chewy Nut B.n. Meringue Pie, Salad Bar, White Cake, Cherry

Chapel. Saturday SUPPER, Breaded Veal Steaks, Pudding.
""Everything advertised in this publication must be : and 5 p.m. Brown Gravy Snowfl.k" Potatoes, Thursday,May 4
available for purchase, use or'patronage without regard to Green simmered Sauerkraut, Buttered BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice,
creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user NATTC Cake, Butterscotch Beans Salad Bar,Apple Dilly Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order,
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of Mass-9:30: a.m. in PUdding. Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice of
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to BREAKFAST Monday May 1 Ham or PorkSausage, Creamed Dried

advertising from that source." Juice, Hot Oatmeal Chilled Fried Pineapple Eggs to Bar.Beef, Hash Brown Potatoes, Pastry
Order,
French
of Bacon Toast wSyrupWashington /Choice DINNER Minestrone Soup Grilled
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and Dried or Luncheon Meat Creamed Beef Steaks, Mushroom Gravy,
Beef
concerning such should be directed ,to: Fuller, of Ludlow, Pastry Bar.DINNERS .on Toast, Baked, Beans, French Fried Potatoes, Buttered
the first social Cream Style Corn, Fried Onion
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY check. That was in Pot Roast Vegetable of Beef, Natural Soup, Yankee Rings, Salad Bar, Cream Puffs

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 the average bene Francona! Potatoes, Seasoned Gravy June Coconut Bars.
Peas, Hot Spiced Beets, SUPPER Barbecued Spareribs or
Telephone 388.2755 retired worker was Martha Salad Bar, !
Cream Baked Frankfurters w-Sauerfraut
month. Pie
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Hermits.
VOL. 30 NO. 6 APRIL 27, O'Brien Potatoes, Buttered Squash.
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Drug Awareness Team A1''A :

ApprovedJax
Jax-Wherever there is a market for a product there will always be
someone there to supply that product, usually at a profit. The marketfor
Illegal drugs is obviously no exception.The M Two local high
rise in and abuse has started drive the
drug trafficing a big by schools are among 58.
public to get someone to do something about it. The people given the 'H Li throughout the nation to
responsibility of doing something about it usually give this
solution.."When we can find the reason why people abuse drugs, then get Navy approval to
we can stop drug trafficing." This is presumably done by finding a sponsor Naval Junior
cure for drug abuse which will do away with the desire for drugs and Reserve Officer Training
therefore the market. Corps units.
People have always been under the illusion that if there is some F
disease or natural disaster that is about to endanger them there will Bishop Kenny High in
always be some doctor or scientist that will immediately find a cure DUAL WINNER-MSgt. Claud E. Bogan receives the Aerospace Jacksonville and
or solution. There are also many people that label drug abuse as a Defense Command's NCO Academy Commandant's Award and Clay
disease and likewise expect a cure. But, unlike polio and smallpox, Drillmaster Award from Mal.| Kenneth p. Tavebaugh, Commander of High in Green Cove
there are no vaccinations or no one cure for drug abuse., the 679th Radar Squadron. MSgt. Bogan Is a recent graduate of the Springs will establish
Academy, located at Hamilton AFB, Calif. :NJROTC units in. Sep,

There are an infinite number of reasons why people abuse drugs, tember.,
such as: social'pressures,peer influences,living conditions or just the
thrill of doing something against the law. I feel, however, that the Drug Help Of the 58 schools, 50 are
biggest reason.that people abuse drugs (which encompasses most o Navy units and eight are
the reasons I have already stated) is simply trying to get away fron Marine. The units will
reality. This can range anywhere from just trying to be more sociable new
by using cigarettes, marijuana or small amounts of alcohol to completely Dial 2900 bring the Navy total to 179
dulling your senses with narcotics, barbituates or large and the Marine program to
amounts of alcohol. 39.


Treating drug abuse in an individual or: in society, no matter what
the reasons for the abuse, is a very long and trying process.For this "
reason most people would rather let someone else worry about it. But, :'.' .

until the time comes when people realize that drug abuse is everyone's .. ,
problem and quit waiting for some magic cure to drug abuse. Then, \' ""p "
and only then, ,can something be done about the problem of drug 0 ;{, .' '! '..i\ '
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(: AROUND:CECIL: :: :) 23 different the reenlisting Division Electronic, runways who,works tryed It with at the NAS for Maintenance to his Intersection Cecil the be reup a Ground Field.little by of r



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JERRY E. SHIRA decided that ROBERT MEYER AQ2 of VA-81
he would stick around for a whileto who lust completed a total of
o t see if he liked it. He has only three years, made the right
f been in for twenty years and has choice when he raised his right
|lust "done it" for two more, hand to go for another six years.
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MOD SQUAD raised his right automatically advanced to ETR2 Y I
hand for another three years when he raised his right hand for
while he is making up his mind six more years, at the same intersection -
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whether he likes to make a careerof of the runways.
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off if he went for a full bag,which
. of VA-81 adds another five yearsto Navy started to look at the advantages was for six years, so he made a
the three and half that he of the and decided
one } Navy trip to the C.O. office (CDR.
i already has completed to put him /11 'c that there must be some good in it TUTTLE and raised his right
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Congratulation for a wise for six more years.
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Law USA I v, r .,
Day, 1972 Flying.


By the President of the United States of America
Gators

A Proclamation '


Reminiscing once about his long and distinguished' career in CitedJax 4
the law, the late Felix Frankfurter pointedly recalled how a ;
dispute over a legal question had ended with the ,
a colleague on ),. ;' :
Harvard Law School faculty. '......'..'.;.:.;;. ..\... ... ::'.'.. 'I \ Florida's "Flying ,,
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"You take law awfully seriously," his friend chided him. .;..1. i.+' \ Gators", Marine Attack '
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Yes, Professor Frankfurter replied quietly, "That's one accu. iu2: .. .. Squadron (VMAM42) Marine Air
sation against which I plead guilty without reservation." .. Reserve, have been selected to
"I do take law very seriously," he maintained, "because fragileas receive the highly coveted ,;
reason is. and limited as law is as the expression of the Institutionalized "'\': I "Pete" Ross Safety Trophy for .! I
medium of reason, that's all we have standing between compiling 3,942 accident-free ,
us and tyranny of mere will and the cruelty of unbridled, aircraft flying hours during 1971. J
undisciplined feeling." The announcement was made I
As America prepares to celebrate this year the fifteenth annual by Brigadier General Jay W.
observance of Law Day, USA, we have only to reflect Hubbard, Commanding Generalof
for a moment upon the impact of law in order to appreciate the the 4th Marine Aircraft Wing,
reverence in which it was held by Justice Frankfurter. BRONZE STAR-Marint Master Sergeant William A. Keeler of Marine Air Reserve Training

Unquestionably, the rule. of law underlies our entire .social, MAR.TD receives the Bronze Star Medal and citation earned for his Command,, during ceremony
economic and governmental structure. Under it, men and women actions during an enemy attack In South Vietnam. here earlier this month.
can buy and sell, marry, express their personal opinions, and
engage in a vast array of other activities with the assurance The trophy, valued in excess of
that their contracts will be enforced and} their liberties protected. I Jax Traffic Violations I $5,000 Is awarded annually to the
Without it, America would not have realized its unparalleled Marine Air Reserve squadron
growth in prosperity, individual freedom, and equality of op. compiling the best aviation
portunity.Law Jax -The following is a reportof dismissed; nineteen were finedU. safety record during a calender
Day is not a day set aside for lawyers, but was established motor vehicle accidents and ( S. Magistrate); and six were year.
by the Congress to encourage every citizen to think anew traffic violations for the period of referred to commanding officersfor
of the central role of law in our society. This year many observances April 10-16.() possible disciplinary action. The trophy is in tribute to 1st
will be designed to promote greater efforts to renew our Number of Accidents Fourteen drivers were Lieutenant Joseph F. "Pete"Ross
governmental institutions, strengthen the legal structure, and This week 5 assessed thirty-seven traffic Jr., a veteran Marine pilot
encourage a wider acceptance of the responsibilities of citizen killed in an aircraft accident
This week a 7 points.In .
ship. The law, as Daniel Webster said, "has honored us, may we year this ago during a drill weekend at the
Total accidents 115
honor it." year Glenview. fll. Naval Air Station.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, RICHARD NIXON President of the Total accidents through this, 1935, when social security
United States of America, do hereby request the observance of period last year. 86 began, 33 million workerswere His parents donated the trophyto
Monday, May 1, 1972, as Law Day in the United States of Total number of days since last covered. Today, 94 million encourage "safety perfection"
America. injury in a motor vehicle accident workers are covered by throughout the Marine Air

And, as requested by the Congress, I urge that our people 16 the program. Reserve Training Command.
observe Law Day with appropriate public ceremonies, through Number of days since an injury .-
public bodies and private organizations; in schools and other last year at this time 33 HriririrwiririrwwirwwwTiffany
suitable places. I especially request that the legal profession, Number of Violations
all media of public information, and the courts take the lead This week 88 Caitier :
in sponsoring, participating and publicizing observances Speeding 23
throughout the Nation. And, I call upon public officials to display Reckless driving 3 "HOTTEST SHOW IN TOWN" *
the Nation's flag on public buildings! on that day. Going through stop sign 4 r : CO-STARRING 1
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this Other violations 58 1
eighth day of February, in the year of our lord, nineteen-hun- Twenty-eight drivers appeared LAURA WILSON
dred seventy-two, and of the Independence of the United Statesof before the Traffic I '
America, the one hundred ninety-sixth. Hearing Board on April 20.. CONTINUOUS SHOWS 8PM2AMG
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'::1 New Skipper r ', Meet 'The Joneses'.

:" At MAR TDB t Jax There was a time when "the Joneses" was only used in the

..' << : phrase "keeping up with the Joneses", wanting to have the same

Jax Lt.Col. Carl F. : : : things that your friends and neighbors had.
has different meaning,one that
| Bergstrom, Jr. has relieved .Lt. Now"the Joneses" a very spells outa
Col. D G. Ranney as com period of hardship for someone caught up in drugs, but one that can
manding officer of MARTD. also mean the start of a new life.
Lt.Col. Ranney has been : You've heard that phrase"the Joneses" It means the pains of withdrawal .
reassigned to the Far East. ______ from heroin. The Joneses aren't really something to look

", Lt.Col. Bergstrom reported forward to.
here from Headquarters Marine On the other hand, a lifetime of scrabbling for bread to support the
Corps in Washington, D. C. monkey, a lifetime of never knowing the thrill of love, a lifetime of
Born in White Deer, Pa., Lt. j loneliness-these aren't exactly things to look forward to,either.
Col. Bergstrom graduated from ,. Love,feeling good,whatever you want to call the "good life" means
I the University of Omaha in 1962 mental and physical health. It means having the friendship of men
with a Bachelor of Science degree and women,of a family,a healthy sex life,a sense of wellbeing.And .
and from George Washington __ : that's the message of this story.
University in 1967 with a Masterof Sensual drugs, of which heroin is the most powerful, titillate the
Science degree. brain so as to induce artificial sensations of feeling good. But each
Shortly after' Lt.Col. Ranney shot or snort of heroin lessens the ability of the mind to have such

assumed command of MARTD, UP A RANK-Cdr. Robert W. Bruce Commanding Officer Navy. feelings, unless the dosage is increased.So .
VMA-142 became one of the first Marine Corps Reserve Training Center lax, receives the shoulder an abuser smokes a little more heroin a little more frequently. If
squadrons in the 4th Marine boards of his new rank from RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, COM- he shoots,he needs the fixings,and the needle leaves tracks.
Aircraft Wing, Marine Corps Usually within a matter of weeks a person smoking heroin has
FA I RJAX. Assisting in the ceremony are the dr.'s wife, Sharon and
Reserve, to be fully field become addicted to compulsive repetitive usage.
the Bruce childrendeft( right) Debra, Diane and Kenneth.
qualified after two weeks of When that happens,he takes heroin not to feel good, but to stop from
operations at Bogue Field, N. C. From feeling bad. A heroin addict is plaqued by a deep artificial loneliness
Also, under LtCol.: Ranney'sleadership Exchanges Exempt which prevents him from remembering about home or friends or
the squadron earned relatives. He has trouble eating and sleeping, and he has sexual
the Marine Air Reserve's Herman More Price ControlsJax problems.
Rider Trophy as the Heroin users can usually trace a change in which they no longer
Reserve squadron most successfully Recent ruling by the federal Cost of Living awakened feeling good and ready for love from the time they started
accomplishing its Council have exempted military exchanges from fur- taking heroin. An addict is usually unable to have any form of sexual

assigned mission. ther implementation of price controls under Phase II of arousal.
If he's smart,he sees the light, stops the horse,and with some help,
ftfl* the Economic Stabilization Program. gets free of the Joneses.

However, the Navy Resale At times it may be necessary to And then it's possible to regain the old, happy life, the one that
System Office, central office for increase the price of a particularitem existed before heroin. It's a long road and a hard road, and it calls for
the worldwide Navy Exchange due to the increase in cost to the strictest discipline on the part of the ex-user.
Program, has' advised all Navy the Exchange in providing you He meets the Joneses first and once he gets past them, it's time to
Exchanges to continue to "follow with that item,but cost increases get his head together and work with his friends and others who want to
the spirit and intent" of the price will be held to a minimum and help.
HMflHNWNQ stabilization program. passed along to patrons only The biggest step he can make is to remeber always that he is, not
when necessary.As was, an addict and that he cannot, as a person who became addicted,
a non-appropriated fund take heroin on occasion as he perhaps did at the beginning, Any returnto
activity, ,the Exchange must heroin carries the hazard of a return to dependency.
TOM BUSHcjuarantfeecl generate sufficient revenue to Recovery is possible and highly probable with full and unbroken
maintain operating costs and to withdrawl from heroin-but the withdrawl process is a painful one.
provide funds for station The easiest way to avoid the Joneses is to stay off drugs in the first
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i!>|t New Counseling VotingInfo I



|{.j>j; For Jax Minority .D

\{t Jax-A new service designed to aid
; NEW JERSEY
c of the Greater Jacksonville area in
If New Jersey is your legal
I'< housing assistance has been announced residence, you're lucky since the
Vaughn, Veterans Administration State does not require registration -
Director. for members of the Armed
Forces and their spouses and
Mr. Vaughn pointed out the Although this dependents.To .
> program is in keeping with the at veterans vote in the primary election
Government's responsibility to backgrounds, no here are two dates to remember
afflrmativelyfurtherthe principlesof excluded from :

fair housing.Trained Counseling May 26, 1972: If you have
Veterans Administration direction of Tom \ not sent away for an absentee
f. specialists will be Administration ballot, do so by this date. Senda
available to counsel veterans in Officer, and will ; completed Federal ,Post Card
the technical and financial factors as for ton- Application (FPCA) to the
aspects of home buying. suitability of more pleasant county clerk, county of resi-
to the person him ,o his dence. Be sure to indicate your
The program will be offered on including his of Sgt. Woods political party preference
Tuesday and Thursday between 6 involved; ; ; June 6, 1972: This is the
and 9a.m. Veterans should make property location; date of the primary election.
appointments by calling schools, and Questions? See your unit voting
Jacksonville 9047912601.Leaving and counselor.

I On A Jet CONNECTICUTIf
you're a legal resident of
: of a series Connecticut and want to vote

Jax-If you're "leaving on a jetplane" green I.D. card with in the State's primary election,
you'll have to keep in touch with
leave
for you may not discount.
friends at home.Connecticut .
have to wear your uniform. Personnel teeth but to
Five airlines-Delta, Eastern, travel should has a posten-
Northeast, Southern and United- airlines ticket injured "Nerve" dorsement, challenge-type primary
law. Whether or not party
have instituted a new policy Jacksonville
that would
primaries will be held is not
where can wear "civies" and the Mayport
you
known until after the State and
still receive the active further
duty long as normal district conventions, dates for
discount.All also contact
military which must be between June 1
you have to do is show your airlines. "Nerve" is and July 15.

used when the If you are not registered and
the nerves and are a member of the Armed
Without AdvertisingYou Forces or the spouse or dependent -
; causing the in. of a member, you may reg-
Wouldn't reaching the ister by mail using the Federal
Post Card Application (FPCA).
Send the FPCA to the Town
the bacteria
Clerk, place of residence, at any
other of the
part
time to request an "Applicationfor
Absentee Admission as an
MONDAMOTORS '. An infrared where the pulp Elector." For the primary, be
created"t
microscope has become sure to indicate your political
space program is is gone. party preference.
& CYCLES CO. the -
4949 BLANDING BLVD. new automobile ; sometimes, Once you receive the application
PHONE 771-8244 tires. the dentist will complete it as directed and
tooth to prevent return it to the originating of

: 1 to hold it firm. fice.Your vote counts in Connecticut
save even baby -but you'll have to watch
to proper the hometown newspapers for
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,May 1 Chopped Sirloin, Fried Fish. Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad
Tomato Soup, Franks Potato Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Chef Salad, Fruit Jello,
Salad, Liver and Onions, Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Plain Jello, Fruit Cottage
Chopped Veal Steak, 7oz. Pinto Beans, String Beans, Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese,
Chopped Sirloin, Broiled Squash. Potato Salad, Waldorf Salad.
Mackeral. Tossed Salad, Combination Chocolate Cream Pie, Peach
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Salad, Chef Salad, Fruit Jello, Pie, Layer Cake, Assorted f
Gravy, French Fried Potatoes; Plain Jello, Fruit Cottage Pudding
Blackeye Peas, Turnip Greens, Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, Thursday,May 4 Shipping Your Car?
Stewed Tomatoes. Carrot Salad, Sliced Tomatoes. Chicken Soup, Baked Ham and "
Tossed Salad, Combination Egg Custard Pie, Apple Pie, Yams, Spaghetti and Meat Balls,
SaladChef Salad, Fruit Jello, Boston Cream Pie, Assorted Fried Chicken, 7 oz. Chopped
Plain Jello, Fruit Cottage Pudding. Sirloin, Broiled Mackeral. Your next set of overseas orders may include authorization fora
Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, Wednesday,May 3 Mashed Potatoes, Rice and POV-that's'mllitary Jargon for a Privately Owned Vehlde-
Cucumber Salad, Health Salad. Vegetable Soup, Pork Chops Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, your car. Shipping a car could be a complicated ordeal. It needn'tbe
Almond Cream Pie, BlueberryTarts with Apples, Chicken Stew, Meat Green peas, Macaroni and though, If you follow the tips given by the Military Traffic
Chocolate Cake, Assorted. loaf with Creole Sauce, 7 oz. Cheese, Zuchinni and Tomatoes. Management and Terminal Service (MTMTS).
Pudding. Chopped Sirloin, Fried Fish. Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad AUTO INSURANCE-Automobile insurance acquired in the
Tuesday,May 2 Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Chef Salad, Fruit Jello, United States is not necessarily valid in foreign countries. Prior to
Bean Soup,Roast Beef with New Gravy, French. Fried Potatoes, Plain Jello, Fruit Cottage delivering a vehicle to the outloading port for overseas shipment,
Potatoes, Macaroni ,with Meat Green Beans, Yellow Corn, Cheese, Plain cottage Cheese, the Service member should review his insurance policy. for cover-
Sauce Ham and age at destination. Most insurance companies need notification of
....... ... -, .....-.- Dressing-.... ..,. -., ,7oz.-_Beets:...._._..__._u.._ dU __ Cucumber Salad, String Bean change of location of vehicles and want to be notified as to exact
Salad.
time of turn-in at port. Some insurance companies specialize in
Coconut Crem Pie, Strawberry coverage for the military and can provide insurance coverage for
Shortcake, Apple Pie, Assorted POVs after arrival overseas. The member should investigate the
Y Pudding. advantages of such policies.
Friday,May 5 PERMISSION FROM BANK OR FINANCE COMPANYPermission -
Crab Gumbo, Trout, Almon- should be obtained from any lien holder consenting to
dine,. Stuffed Peppers, Country removal of a vehicle from the United States.
.Steak and Rice, 7 oz. Chopped
Sirloin, Fried Fish.
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
J i br Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, ANNOUNCINGFORMATION

Limas, Okra and Tomatoes,
rcT Mustard Greens.

Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad
Chef Salad, Fruit Jab,
The employees of the Public Works and Civilian Personnel" Plain Jello, Fruit Cottage of the
Departments In Dldgs. 902 and 907 respectively responded to a fire Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese,
drill recently only to find that the real "emergency" was the appearance Deluxe Cole Slaw, Tuna Salad.
of their lawns. After both buildings were' evacuated, all Banana Cream Pie, CherryPie NAS JAX SHRINE CLUB
hands"turned to"in picking up debris and litter around the buildings.Both White Cake ,Assorted Pud
groups enjoyed their emergency outing and are proud of the ding.
Interested Shrlners call
tidy appearance of the area., may
any of the below temporary

LEAVE COMING UP? officers for information: ;

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J can provide the funds J. F. Osswald, IstVP., 733-4508

..>. Roland Boardman, 2ndVP., 389.8417
Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your
'i. Arthur A. Slocumb, Sec., 2649487J.
money needs are handled the way you want them.
.",' Call or come in-we'll do the rest.DOMESTIC E. "Buck" Davis, Treas., 7333131D.

: ;''1 L. Loudermlll, Mbrship., 786-1095
[ FINANCE
CORPORATION SINCE nl7 OR ADDRESS CORRESPONDENCE TO THE CLUB

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,;. Command Cites ImprovementsJax I

, 4 to Among these are a new 180-foot finished by July '1.
effort
, The command's
\ Sail Club and Several Self-Help projects
for the were
t morale pier
\ to personnel
appeal
' \ OrientedPrograms" recreation boating on the St.Johns mentioned, but only one is approved
. < through "People Is now and assigned to
will boost with River A local company CBU-410.
a
!:t get in dredging the boat basin where Seabees will remodel the BEQ
marked improvements _
. ;',. : According to Capt. John time for the summer boating plumbing rewiring and putting
New
in flooring. washers
Kincaid, station commanding program. and
officer, "the majority of construction A new Dining Hall, planned for dryers will be installed. The
l : Y8 w that we will be seeing 1973,will be located near the new unit's officer-in-charge said that
; here In the next threee months 674-man BEQ,which will be built other projects 'on the horizon'for
w' will improve habitability." this year. This will make dining the Seabees will be to remodel the
I easily available to Game Room, build a
lie outlined a number of construction facilities more new Marina
projects that will get the majority of NAS and NATTC and new stables,but that no plansor
underway this year in a recent Personnel who must now be specifications have been ap-
bussed to Galley One. proved on these yet.
4 discussion with enlisted advisory
{ HARBOR DREDGING Is underway near the Sail Club where a new board members representing No plans are made, says the The Seabees are still workingon
180-foot pier is under construction. various station commands. captain, for a new WAVE the new station library at
Barracks, as 6A and B already Bldg. 930 with volunteer help
have 209 spaces-more than from AOMD men. Their
enough for the women stationed projected finishing date for the

I I People In. The NewsJax I here.A air-conditioned After summarizing library the Is May latest 1.

consolidated Express Store, developments around the station,
has been approved by the Navy Capt. Kincaid praised the ap-
Chief Robert J. Wood- assigned to the West Jacksonvillearea. assigned to the squadron from Resale System Office and will be parent effort on everyone's partto
worth has been awarded the the Alameda, Calif. Marine Air on the future construction list to beautify the station by "not
Navy Achievement Medal in Petty Officer Tom Gold- Reserve Detachment. replace the three stores already throwing trash out and picking up
ceremonies held at FICEUR. sworthy, a sonar technician, has operating. Public Works would litter."
The award was based on been assigned to the area by the FOUR NA TTC OFFICERS provide four Butler buildings,
"professional achievement in the Navy Recruiting Command.He have been promoted to their according to Capt. Kincaid, to be
superior performance of his is new to the area and present ranks: combined with the large wooden
duties as the special support resides in Highlands with his wife building across from the CPO Yes !
supervisor" at FICEUR from and their two small children. Those promoted include: Cdr. Club for one large Express Store. We assemble
June 25, 1970 to Jan. 31, 1972. New hours have been put into Kevin Nielson, NATTC's Film,ice candy,bread,milk and
Chief Woodworth was Instrumental effect by the Recruiting Station. superintendent of AO training; all the other 'convenience' items and adiust
in the planning and The new hours are : 8 a.m. to 6 LCdr. Christian .Berdy, one of will be available and the store 'r'\
installation of a secure voice p.m. Monday through Friday and NATTC'S dental officers; LCdr. would "be open seven days a bikes.
telephone circuit for the com 8 a.m. until 4:30: p.m. on Satur- Robert Morton, senior medical week U sales warrant these
mand as well as planning for the day. officer at NATTC: and Lt. hours." \\tV! ... *Parts .** S..Mc.(7kMAN'S1.
layout and installation of a new, Jerome Wilson AE "B" School The captain reported that the
modern computer com- AT VMA-142. Maj. J. C, phase officer. $100,000 project to build a bus
munications center.In Baldwin was presented a Tail station at the Main Gate is in
addition, he also conducted Hook Plaque in appreciation of progress and that the air- BICYCLE SALES

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supervised the installation of a Gators' carrier qualifications GOOD CONDUCT AWARDSwere
new alarm system being installedat operations aboard the USS Inde- presented to AMS2 Phillip W.
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I I fax Wives Club News


-
TilE NWCA JAX 86 membersare
the ones to see for reminesces from their collection
pointers on of scrapbooks The 'worst dressed' winners of
the 'womanly art of self defense. This from past years, the O'Wives Hobo Night party

They learned defense tactics at entered year's by Jax scrapbook will be have been selected to be "Bonnie
86
their monthly: social education NWCA National delegates in the and Clyde" for the JOWC
meeting last week from a guest Convention's 'Roaring Twenties
Scrapbook Award night, May 19,
speaker from the Jacksonville competition. at
Sharon the Officers' Club. Selected as
(Mrs.
: Police Department. The Owen) King, club
girls president, and the two 'best bums' were June
have leaflets on crime preventionand delegates will leave seven other Hale and Cdr. Don Springer.
some tips on self defense. (If Va. for DamNeck,
you're really interested, look into vention, to attend the national con- .A DINNER.DANCE social

the NAS Judo Club.) from May 2124. meeting of the Marine Wives .q
Barbara
I I Howard will attend as Club at the CPO Club Saturday
Taking over for Barbara Southeast Regional \
Secretary. evening turned into a surprise f
4
Blevins as vi .e president is
birthday for
party three club
Wilma (Mrs. Rick) Goldsberry.
Her election left the THE DRAGON LADIES of members before the evening'sactivities THE FUTURE
treasurer'spost VP56's began.Announced SECRETARY Beverly Bridge, shown with her
open for Georgiana (Mrs. Wives' Club are planning a / and parents AMS2 and Mrs. P. Williams, Is "Miss Jacksonville Future

Richard) Balling. Both were installed dance"Welcome Home" dinner and no-host social, gathering planned as for a Secretary" and first runner-up for Miss Florida Division Future

by Barbara (Mrs. Bill) at for their husbands, May 6, members and their husbands the Secretary,Miss Bridge member of Orange Park Future Secretariesof
Howard in.a the Petty Officers Club. America Chapter, Is the of
candlelight event became a recipient a $150 scholarship from the
surprise 1.birthday
The :
ceremony and will begin their week squadron returns next party for Jean Davis, Nancy Jacksonville, Chapter/ National Secretaries Association. She was
official duties at the next club from deployment at Moyer'and Helen Mueller when judged on typing shorthand, written and oral Interview tests and an

meeting, May 3. Keflavik The party, Iceland.will begin at 7 club President, Marie, Slocumb, essay. Her father Is assigned with,VR-50 here. ,

Members are invited to this with a buffet. Cost is $4 p.m. brought in a birthday cake,
per
month's club luncheon at the couple. complete with birthday wishes, HOT
names and candles. She 1A PANTS
said the
home of Capt. and Mrs. Carl For reservations, call Mary real
Simonsen, former club sponsors. Mozes at 771-6230 before May 1. purpose of the gathering had
been kept secret to surprise those

I The club's next social will be celebrating birthdays.Unfortunately CONTESTSATURDAY

held at 7 p.m.,May 6, to celebratethe LAS VEGAS NIGHT will be due to un- 2:30 PM
silver anniversary of the presented at the Officers' Club forseen last-minute cir

Navy Wives Clubs of America, Saturday night at 7 by the cumstances. Helen Mueller was FREE PRIZES.
which is May 14. The evening'stheme Jacksonville Officers' Wives. unable to attend.
ANYONE CAN ENTER
will center around Tickets are on sale now at the Attending as guests were Mr. r;.S. ra WEAR YOUR
O'Club and an admission fee of a and Mrs. H. B. Moyer of
dollar will buy $50 worth of chips Jacksonville, brother and sister "HOTTEST" & SMARTEST

MONDAY IS.. and play money. in-law of Nancy Moyer.
DOLLAR) DAY Come and enjoy an evening of -AI.SO-
live entertainment ... ..
and prizes. K.tz..l..w Ki I, M .1
9AM TIL.f 6PMTHURSDAY served.Gourmet sandwiches will be BOA SHOWALL

IS.. WO you KNOW,LAST ffM f CHU6T LIKE .
The JOWC will use profits for MR RED CROSS HElPtD r 069 ELEPHANT V
DOLLAR NITE MORE p4N IOO.OOO PEA RED CROSS,
their club projects. SOIVICE MEN M V-t NEFEfl
EACH MONTHS \FO G T5.BVY THAT'S NEW IN BOATINGBY

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Usssspl\", "' \ THE CPO WIVES' CLUB '
monthly meeting will be
Monday, "
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FREE.prink. THE NAS OFFICER WIVES
'\;:: a.get pM. GaVaR
e From : 'met last Wednesday to elect their r
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\
Ask about our great president; Ethel Fitzsimmons,
Savings on Book Passes secretary and Nina Cantwell, The Rolling Hills (.10

treasurer.

They have planned a cake sale
tomorrow at the CommissaryStore

and are planning for a Fish,
Fry. Details are not availableyet.

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.. ADMIRALThe
S I x TreatSeven 11-member surface warfare WOMAN
r officer retention study group has first woman Rear Admiralwill
concluded its deliberations and be nominated by a separate
: children of Cecil Field presented its recommendationsto selection board that will review
Prisoner of War-Missing in the CNO. The group was the qualifications of both Line
Action personnel were treated to convened to make positive and Staff Corps Officers.
the 1972 Holiday on Ice Show last recommendations about Secretary of the Navy John
Sunday ,evening. The tickets, enhancing the surface Navy as a Chafee has appointed Admiral
courtesy of Mr.JAN WILKINS of rewarding, fulfilling way of life. Ralph Cousins, the Vice Chief of
4i Holiday on Ice of America, Inc., It was composed entirely of LT. Naval Operations, to act as
were arranged by represen- and LTJG's. The study group president of the separate board.
4. tatives of the CLAW-1 Big about
i pY made recommendations ;
Brother Organization in
r cooperation with Mr. JIMMIE Detailing; overseas Homepor-
MURDOCH, a local promoter. ting; BAQ, TLA, COLA for
for All Earlier in the, afternoon the bachelors; ship manning; and PRICE & HOLMES
children had participated in the training for Division Officer CUSTOM FURNITURE
Blessing of the Fleet at Mayport, responsibilities. These and other
Florida. As guests of Captain problem areas will now be & CABINET SHOP
3IR. J? Paul L. ANDERSON, USN, examined for possiblecorrectiveactions.
f M'Kid's Commanding Officer of Naval Because of the successof QETOUR Days:
Station Mayport, they had accompanied past ,study groups, several 771-2677
him on his gig duringthe more have been slated to meet in After
servive. 1972. E 264-8859
There is a total of twenty-eight
children of POW-MIA personnelin Surface Navy
the Jacksonville area, ranging ROUTE 1, BOX 275
from two to twenty-two years of The Surface Navy has held ORANGE PARK, FLA.32073
age. Efforts of the CLAW-1 Big frontpage'attention lately. In
Brother Program are coor- action off North Vietnam, USS
dinated byAMHUACKIE LYONSof Sterett downed a North, Viet-
Attack Squadron One Seventy namese MIG with a missile. The SPRING MOTORSVOLKSWAGENS
Four. The volunteer Big Brother action occurred Wednesday,
group is made up of officer and when the task unit Sterett was
enlisted, fleet and station per- operating, then came under air s.i.s Service
Honing Around sonnel. They provide the ,and surface attach. USS Sterett,
children with to USS Thomas and USS ENGINES t TRANSMISSIONS
105 Years ReUpTwentyfour an opportunity Lloyd EXCHANGED
participate in sporting, Hamner all engaged surface

USS Constellation For career personnel, the, recreation and entertainment radar contacts this week. Theyare
functions. In addition, and more believed to have destroyedfour
crewmen reenlisted for a total of March rate was 100 percent. In
105 years additional duty in a explaining Constellation's importantly, they afford the of the contacts and damaged
joint ceremony recently. During retention success, the ship's children adult male com- another. USS Hamner rescued a
her current deployment off career counselor, MMC C. S. panionship, an experience they downed Navy pilot' near
Southeast Asia, 36 percent ofship's Lloyd, said, "This is a good ship, desperately miss and need. Haiphong Harbor.Iri'testimony .
eligible first-term per- we've got a good skipper, we'vebeen Personnel interested in before the senate
sonnel reenlisted. In March, the ENJOYING some of the fun becoming a"Big Brother"should foreign relations committee
ships reenlistment rate for first- that the CNO is trying to PUT contact the CLAW-1 Admin Officeat Tuesday, Secreatry of Defense "
termers hit 64 percent. BACK into the Navy.: Ext. 102-105. Laird said that when the A-7 was VOLKSWAGEN 0(1 K BUSINESS AUTOMOIItlS
downed, "that destroyer was in
J \ 1r!: ;j *= ; $]iJ imJ ill 1 m;;; :;:; ;=1 1I there., in the entrance to the

I j time: rawes MAkE Haiphong Harbor, and picked up 284-9209
the pilot after he had been in the
::!: HONDAOF ::::j jHOOO' ha" Ill"LfS___ water only seven minutes." The

Secretary went on to say, "On "WAllY" WOLGEMUTH
behalf of the President, I sent a "SMITTY" H. E. SMITH
[
} special message to that task unit. HIGHWAY 17
I am very proud of the way it
JAX
operated. I have been very proudof GREEN COVE SPRINGS
the manner in which all of our
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INSURANCERepresenting

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NOW AVAILABLE FOR ALL CARS finish

,. .. EXAMPLE: Male driver, married, age 23, good record.
Complete coverage Liability $10 -'$20 $25 thousands, Full
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Fly Southern to :-, Comprehensive, $100 deductible,'and collision.
., ., : Above coverage on'10 VW SEDAN$143 ANNUALLY

'.- AtlantaLeave ; .t J Above coverage on'70 FORDor CHEVY$162 ANNUALLY LftJOnecoat


.' ,' ,.{'..It: ,. .WESTSIDE'VOLKSWAGEN
5:10: pm. Military stand-by Fade-resistant cover-any color
> Fare only $16. Good connections INC. PRIZE colors GRAND
with flights to Huntsville, ,,, Dry In an hour
'j. Memphis, St. Louis v : Phone 781-5511 1150 Lane Avenue, So. WashableEasy
t r : and Tiiscaloosa ,. water cleanup
Buy both-wall paint and
i Call your Base Airline Ticket trim enamel-for best
?. Office, or Southern at 757-2381, performance .
(ii r Standard Colors-Reg a.25
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; L SouthernAirways or 2 GALS for $ 10

Self contained TRAVEL TRAILERS, Custom colors ,slightly higher

{y. PICK UP CAMPERS' & MOTOR HOME I GRAND PRIZE SEMI.
GLOSS LATEX ENAMEL
,'lg "You don't have to go broke to go first class" Reg $2.95 gt.NOW e 19Sqt
so drive a little and save bundle
:: We serve the nicest people Offers good thru May 13

the very nicest way we know. '
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 13

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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY != CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING:
Publisher
i Movie Schedule

JAXAIRNEWS I
NAS Jacksonville CALL: 388-2755

I .i! AdS TueSday Should be mailed to arrive not later than 1111
LATWINGER for publication the
: Ads fOllowing Thursday.
arriving too late for this) deadline
will
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE i published be
: Publisher\! Is the i Instructed fOllowing week unless the Thursday April 27 HOSPITAL: "ON ANY SUN.
otherwise. A check or
!
received money order WITH for the full cost of the ad must be NAS: "ON ANY SUNDAY" Color DAY"
the copy for the ad.
4747 San Juan Avenue I Motorcycle Documentary

Jacksonville, Florida :. RATE: minimum charged lints) S2.00 Starring Steve McQueen. "G" (86 Saturday,April 29
Per
additional line((4 words per line) so min.)

NAS: "COMPANY OF

___ HOSPITAL: "JOE HILL" Color KILLERS" Color War Drama,
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Drama Starring Thommy StarringVan Johnson and Susan

EMPLOYMENT of the WE REPRESENT MANY FOR RENT Berggren. "PG" (118 miri.) Oliver. ."G" ((87 min.)
Navy Personnel Interested In With option to buy,2BR,Uhf.$115.264- HOSPITAL 'THE ELEPHANT
purchase of land for future use or 6739.
profit.Alsohomes of value, FHA CRAWLED SLOWLY"
or VA
JODSUOBSIJOBSI I -- Friday April 28
financed, In all sections of
city. Please
Shorthand Secretarys, Dictaphone contact Tom Brooker, US :': NAS: "THE ELEPHANT
Operators, Typists, Clerks, Reltred your Interested protected.Navy T.iR4FORTA1N'1. CRAWLED SLOWLY" Color EDITORS NOTE: The

HIGH Keypunchers.PAY NO FEE WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA, Family Dama, Starring Bill remainder of the movie schedulewas

Call Norrell Temporary INC. CYCLE RENTALSBy Travers and Virginia McKenna. unavailable as the Jax Air

396.5371 389.5514 Realtors hour or day. Call Atlantic Car "G" (91 min.) News went to press.

771-2082 Rentals.. 3875413. .
.J.
ATTN: REFRIGERATION MEN T-
Part time work available. Nltes, HIDDEN WATERS

WeekendsHolidays, etc., Contact Mr. Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots COLONY PARK ST.
WGN.
Richardson, days 733-9111, Nites 268- available. Excellent fishing, boating, AC, PS, PB, Good running cond.,
5814. swimming. Mobile Home area. High, Needs body work and brake |lob. $300.
wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E. or best offer. Susan 387.3566, 95.
MISCELLANEOUS 3992.Lake Asbury on No. 209, LaRue. 725-



ARECORDEDMESSAGE BYA WE BUY& SELL EQUITIES HARLEY DAVIDSON CHOPPER '74'
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells Call us for quick service. Completely finished, Immaculate,
you how you may become a Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. New engine. Much chrome, Springer
DISCJOCKEYCall 4543 Wesconnetl Blvd. front end. $1375. 7715680.
3SS-2t44 any hourVAAPPROVED 771.3052 737.3864


For Veterans and! serviceman
NEWHOMES 68 FORD FAIRLANE CONV.
3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built-in Range, 390 cubic Inches. Power steering, / estof
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,900 up. Radio & Heater. $900. 772-1538.
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy. all possibleChecking =
Pick up & Delivery Available. Edw. O. Lyon Broker, 389-0361

Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing.
1931 MODEL FORD
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard : Accounts
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 BEAUTIFUL 2,3,U 5 ACRE TRACTS Town Sedan, body restored. Will sell /
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. On Normandy Blvd., two miles west of reasonably 388-8008 or 2825716.
Cecil Field. Choice homesites, paved l
road, close to town, local phone, no
NEW RCAandZENITH STEREO restrictions. LOW DOWNPAYMENTEASY 1970TRIUMPH650CC I MAILt6ANKme

Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape TERMS -Mobile Homes Trophy, Green & Black, Good .cond. I
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate Welcome. Free title insurance, lust Phone 737.5423 after 5:30.W7CAMERO: postage 1
stock. Full warrantyl) Phone 7710409. surveyed. NORMANDY ACRES. Signon w g THWAYStt
property. Your personal Inspection
Invited anytime; DEVELOPER.
LIVE CRABS OWNER 2893421.
Member FDICORANGE ,
Wilford's Fish Camp 6 cyl., 4 speed, Very good cond. $1150.
264-9707 PRESCOTTARIZONA 7721574.
tYd 0/
Offers best climate In the state. c
Historic old ranch developed Into 2-
.
FURNITUREOrder acre homesites near Prescott .,
direct from factory, thru National Forest. Two acreas: $19995 6S OLDS DYNAMIC PARK
AC, Exec. cond., White, 4-dr. sedan,
Furniture -Sew 'N' Sound, Inc. Pricedat low terms. For full details write Mrs.
$850. Chief Sowers, 7723007.
a fraction above cost. Phone 398- A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233
1683. 1564 Hendricks Ave., corner La North 7th St., Phoenix 85006. U.S. HIGHWAY 17 ORANGE PAR K PHONE 264.9526
Salle St.DON .


RENTALSORANGE '. ,AT SHARP68CAMERO'327'V8 New paint, will sell $1150.7712360 -
MILLER KEY MAKER
or 7720624.
Bonded Locksmith U.S.N. (Ret.) *

Deadbolt Locks Installed PARK WESTSIDE

781.5686 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn.,
Dlswasher, Drapes, Carpets, CHEVY PICkUP TRUCK
NOTICE Elizabeth Apts. 771.1405 or 7713355. Good running condition, 6 cyl., $300.

Mending, sewing and alterations 264-5827 VOLKSWAGEN INC.
done 384-5177. ,
BEING TRANSFERRED
1150 LANE AVE. SO. PHONE 781.5511OPENDAILY8T08:30SATURDAY8T05
Let a retired Navy man who understands ,
LAWN MOWING EDGINGcall YOUR problems managethe '65 CADILLAC
Hart rental of your house until you Good condition, brand new tires
771.3211 Ext. 8340 to Jax.Bartleson Being trans. Must sell. $800. 2648714or SUNDAY 1 T06 PM
return 7722457. ..........,..NNN..NN.NN.NNN.NNNNYINY.YYYVOLKSWAGENS
,O'Neill& Payne, Inc.
TYLER'S AIR COND.SERVICEWe 1147 So. Edgewood Ave.

service Auto AC, Central Units 388.9311
and Window Units. Reasonable. '64 tt TON DODGE PICKUP 71 VW STA. WGN., 16,000miles, AT, R&H $2895
4711 Palmer Lake Shore 388.5161 Runs real good. Must sell $550. Body
ORANGE PARK little rough. 7722764. 69 SQUAREBACK, AC, R&H, AT, Low
Coriv. schools.
2BR Apt., Furn., AC, to
3PIRATONE AUTO ZOOM LENS 5 min. to NAS. Will rent to temp. or Mileage :' ., $2195
13 elements, range 85mm to 210mm, perm. pers., or bachelors. 2646884. 71 SUPER
pistol grip,carrying case, F4.8. $75 or BEETLE, AM-FM Radio,
best Offer. 772-3067, Mr Valez. '71 SUZUKI Air $2195
MOBILE HOMES '' 1800 miles Exec. cond., $549. Ph. 773-

5161. 4057 Dayrl Rd., SS. 71 VW 411, Silver Metallic, only 6,000 miles. 4

FILTER.KLEENHiPressure washing I Mobile-Homes VA FINANCINGNo Dr., AT, AC" ,'', $3008

Houses. 354.7576 8 a.m.-6 p.m. money down on New Star Mbile 71 CAMERO 70 GHIA, Coupe,.,Bright Blue, 6000 miles or 6,

Home. Ask for Mobile Ted or Homes Bob. Bought In Dec., going back to school. mo. Warr. Guar. on engine $1990
SINGER TOUCH A SEW B&J Must sell, $450 dwn., take up pmts.
Makes all types fancy designs. But. 3738.Philips Hwy. $88.50.6000 miles. Bal. $2000. 3889979. 70 VW, Fastback. Blue, 23,000 miles,

tonholes, stretch stitch, winds bobbin 391.1926 R&H $2012
Inside machine. Like New Responsible -
VW Bus R&H
70 ,
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK $2450
partyto take up pmts. of S8. per

mo. Rayflelds. 6437 Wilson Blvd. trailers 1 Qtr. mile and No.apts.of NAS 3893007., Clean Modern 68 VW, Sedan, R&H, Blue $1250

66 VW SQUAREBACK, Beige, R&H $1200
CHINESE PUG PUPPIESAKC
Registered$50 COMPAREGet l Nice Selection of other Model 'VW's
264-9485 the facts about any home you
THEN compare them to our jf-X ) .
choose. *
Schult home. Use our rental purchase .. xV TOO % GUARANTEE
available to those o-i
METAL BUNK BEDS plan. VA financing
With Mattresses who qualify. 9.9 Mon.-Frl.,'.5 Sat., 12- 'We gave them the VW 14-point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .

__ 772.1555 __ 5 Sun. DEERSPRINGS we tuned up tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
price Mobile Home Center And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
COLLEY 10607 Atlantic Blvd. ESTATES major| mechanical partsfpr 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and

Male, 4 mo. old, AKC Reg..Black$150. j
772-3118 or 384-3497. ...ATKEYSTONE ENGINETRANSMISSIONREAR AXLE+FRONT AXLE
PAYMENTS ..,..
OVER
iii TAKE HEIGHTS ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
!
= ':REAL ESTATE 1964 Near Chlckasha NAS. 384.3497, 12 x 55, Good_Shape. MOBILE HOMESITES .NMINNN.NN.NNNN.NNN.NNNNNM..M.N.NNNNNN.We ...

==-- Clyde W. Simpson & Co also have a fine selection of

CASH 1970 MOBILE HOME REALTOR 356.6849 Domestic cars
We buy,sell and trade equities.
2 BR, Like New. Small equity. Assume
Louise T.alley
left 7250929.
771.3605 Broker Pmts., 32 mo.





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i1 NFO Marks .Anniversary VA Pays Wives'; I"


it For SchoolingSome
Jax In 1962 the Disbursing office of NAS Jax, under

the command of the NAS commanding officer, became a 63,000 wives, widows,
separate command known as the Navy Finance Office nnd children of veterans are expected -

with its' own officer in charge. Next Monday, May 1, to receive Veterans Administration
marks the 10th anniversary of this event. payments, up to
{ $175 per month, by going to
the also issues I
records NFO
The 40 military and 40 civilian school during this fiscal year,
personnel who make up the NFO Savings Bonds to personnel in VA estimates.The .
Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi,
are responsible for the pay education allowance is in
of Texas, New Jersey, Tennesseeand d y Veterans Ad.
records 12,000 military personnel addition to other
at NAS Jax, Cecil Field Florida. They handle 7,935 ministration benefits the Individuals
and NS Mayport as well as the bond accounts with an average of al', might be eligible for.
records of 6,000 civilians which 10,000 bonds being issued each
includes personnel at NAS month.
Enrollment hit 60.000 during
i Atlanta and Patrick AFB. fiscal year 1971, VA said, and it
In addition to handling pay With branch offices at was 52,000 the-previous year.
Cecil Field the Naval
Mayport, ,
Based the first half of
on
Hospital and NATTC, the NFO .
: : 1972, VA expects enrollmentsfor
accounts for $23,180,000 total 'T e1t' the current fiscal year to
disbursements a month. That 1 include 53,000 children and 10-
includes $5,393,000 military 000 wives and widows.
payrolls and$5,158,000 on civilian .

payrolls. The NFO also takes in NEW BARS-LtJG( ) MIllicent Heipte receives her sliver bar from
about million month Training under the program
$12 a on
various Capt. Marcella Smith, Chief of Nursing Serviceafter being promotedto may be taken in schools and
The NFO accounts., located on the first her present rank by Capt.C.W. Lewis,Naval Hospital C.0. colleges only, 'and it may be

I deck of Bldg. 110, will be full-time or part-time. Monthly
rates under the program at the
celebrating its' anniversary withan
present time are: $175 for full-
open house from 1:3: -2:30: New Service Station HoursJax time; $128. three-quarter time;

,. p.m. next Monday. Everyone is and $81, half-time. For those
invited to the open house for cake Beginning the Main Exchange enrolled for less than half-time,
and coffee. During the open the tuition is paid up to a limitof
house several NFO employeeswill Thursday, May 4, the Retail store and $175 per month. A payment
be presented with awards. hours of operation for Commissary Store of $141 per month can be madeto
the Navy Exchange for the convenience of those enrolled in full-time

Service Station, Bldg. patrons. Only the cooperative study coursesalternatingclassroom and related experience

Want Ads Sell! 26,will be extended to Accessory Sales and on the job. Students
8 p.m. every Thursday continue to receive their other
Gasoline Dispensing
VA benefits as well.
evening on a facilities will be open
trial basis.
UNDER '2QOQ A0A1N The new hours will during the extended educational Complete assistance information programis on the

All Uncertainties Are Now RempveclUfY coincide with those of hours. available at local VA offices
and from local veterans service
IMPORf SURCHARGE organizations.

HV ..EXCISE TAX


ay$ $112 f p : f 3 UbWl DON'T'GET LEFT OUT
IN THE COLDSENDFOR
TOM BUSH YOUR NEWEST CONCEPT
ABSENTEE BALLOT IN APARTMENT LIVING
Is Proud of Ms Outstanding TODAY iI '
J Service Reputations 1, 2 ,3 BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS [
You will bt proud of )
the Outstanding Spacious rooms, wide windows
central heat & air condo Private
Value In your patios, sundecks swimming pool rmS'and
NEW 72SEDAN I party room.
t For IIYr S 264-8102 \ ,/

11111
, Only.. 1800 KINGSLEY AVE.
$ CASH or TRADED
189 DIRECTIONS Between Blanding
rM In Jccktonvilltincluding
Blvd. & Orange Park. Minutes
Kg t.tlt 4 Son I
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T. Annul! Perc nt at away via new I 295
1 No payment I..1T percent, Fintnceciiirgti
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'til March |]I. 41DocumwiUry
: Sttmpt:3 to =t7
lNIymen"Total Noli S6I mil 51 I u ...../..... ... ,

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OPEN DAILY TIL9-OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON
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_., JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER "' ';-4 ,; PAGE)5
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There's More To VA,r\"


A k Than Just The GI BillJax

The pitter-patter Y
Echo through the As a serviceman or woman on active duty you
Behold! The can become a part of the largest class of graduates in

hall the world.The .
Who, doesn't care
facts, class-consists of the more Education is only one part of
than 13 million men and women- the Veterans Administration's
the
And dreads
s veterans all-who have 'gone program.For .
attacks,
And so hit world +r through high schools, vocational instance,more than eight
schools, and colleges under the million veterans own their own
"GI Bill". homes through loans
guaranteedby
He scuttles for his Actually,there have been three the Veterans Administration.
Safe and sound GI Bills since the first went into Insurance is another good
He's free to do j z : i' 4 effect for the men and women example of the type of programthe
wants. who fought in World War II. The VA handles. Approximately
His favorite world second GI Bill covered ser- $37 billion worth of Governmentlife
For there he never vicemen and women in' the insurance is administered by
,
The bold outsiders' ""'a: tSA \" \\I'-.ll. 1 ,. Korean Conflict, and in March the VA for veterans; in addition,
BOUND-CWO--3 Marvin ,J. Nethery of the Supply 1966 the Congress 'enacted into $52 billion worth of Servicemen'sGroup
The lonely door is promoted to his present rank by Capt.John R. Kincaid, law the Veterans ReadjustmentBenefits Life Insurance is handledby
away, C. O. aS Capt. R. C. 'L flhlin, Supply Officer, and CWO.3 Act.Educational. the VA for men and women on
And those who sUdes1"L K wife, Virginia look on. benefits cover active duty in the Armed Forces_ (-.
say; men and women on active duty, today.
"We resad indeed or those who have bid the Armed You must apply for the aid and
And though we A Job Soon ? Forces goodbye after doing their assistance you and your familycan
much share,and even the dependents of get, but it's as easy as
He The really status died of his The station's Project Kirin, Chairman of the Armed such individuals. visiting the nearest VA office.
staff will sponsor a Service Committee for the
May 10,at Hangar 1000's Jacksonville Chamber of Com-
240 for military men and merce and President of Alemite
who will retire or transfer Company of Florida, will be the SHEENA r THE JUNGLE

MAIN GATE 18 Fleet months.Reserve within the keynote Representatives speaker. will attend .. QUEEN

meeting, which begins at 9 from the Small Business Ad- I a-1.: ft THESPEAKEASY
ROOM
., concerns the Civilian misistration, Veterans Ad-
AND IVLlUIIGUUUI
Assistance ministration, Florida State 't'' (II FOOT PYTHON)
cooperative project Employment Service, Project
the Defense Department Referral and Florida Junior GO-GO GIRLS CO-STAMINfl
the Department of Labor to College to information
provide on THE WAY YOU LIKE THEM| THE EXOTIC
career military per- jobs in the Jacksonville community 4-8:00 PM "HALLOWEEN"CONTINUOUS
concerning the civilian .

market. SHOWS 8PM-2AM
at the briefing Thirty United States astro-
be Capt. John Kincaid, nauts have fiown in space. Cumulative OFFICE LOUNGE
commanding officer and man-hours in space
"What do you n R. B. Cantwell, Project amount to'7,704 hours 'and 51 MlLlPS: HIGHWAY 13&9989
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DID JIM JOIN THE, CERTAINLY WOTHE'S / Cdr. Mirise Takes ndy2a! Helm I

NAVY/ TO SEE SO UNSELFISH,
THE WORLD? HE JOINED SO T//AT// Jax-Cdr. Kerry W. Mirise assumed Hangar 1000

THE WORLD COULD ceremonies Cdr. Mirise began his naval
The new Eagles skipper the helm of the 350-man patrol
in 1955 and won his wingsin
service
'. ",";, .' SEE HIM relieved Cdr. James F. Wetzel at squadron. March 1956. His career has

8 included tours with two West
Coast Patrol Squadrons and as a
flight instructor as NAS North
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Replacement Training Squadron.
lie has served on the staff of
Commander Fleet Air Quonset,
R. I,, and the staff of the
/A r Secretary of the Navy.

S\\)\ ( Jj! 1 1II9 Naval Cdr.War Mirise College is a graduate, Newport of,the R.

i I. and was awarded a Master of
Science Degree by Boston


l Jf oj0 / University.His last assignment before

I assuming command of VP-16 was
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I''. n squadron.The .

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Wetzel,will travel with his familyto
Washington, D. C., where he
r will attend the Industrial Collegeof
Cdr. Wetzcl Cdr. Mirise the Armed Forces.

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;. Ohio Residents Take Note I


IL Jax Military personnel who tax return,in excess of $10,000, a Department of Taxation, 68'East
are legal residents of Ohio will be declaration of estimated tax will Gay Street, Columbus, Ohio
8tk required to file and pay state probably be required now. 43215.

t income taxes on all income, in- The annual estimated tax .
ttie cluding military pay, received return must be made on April 15
during 1972. and quarterly payments of the A Navy study has Isolated
The first annual individual tax must be made on or before and identified a number of species -
return must be filed between Jan. April 15, June 15, and Sept. 15 of that of marine microorganism
1, 1973 and April 15, 1973. the current year and Jan. 15 of feed specifically biodoprude or
on oil, bringing closer the
For individuals who have an the next year. possibility of accelerating tho
adjusted gross income, as For further information and dissipation of oil slicks through
reported in their federal income tax forms, write to Ohio biodegr.ulation.

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AE1 'Perry Named



Top NATTC Sailor

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Jax AE1 Billy J. Perry, As the father of a 14-year old
USCG, is NATTC's new Ser- daughter who is deaf, AE1 Perry
viceman of the Quarter.In is currently Vice President of the
selecting him over other Parents of the Hearing Han- I've stopped hunting for
well-qualified nominees for the dicapped. t>
honor, NATTC officials con Indicative of his concern over
sidered AE1 Perry's deep involvement the drug problem is his service as Bargain Baked Enamel

with ,the communityas district chairman of a drug
well as his excellent per- awareness program, "Project since
Auto
formance on the Job. Peach." Painting
Involved in a number of youth- In addition to his involvementwith
related projects, he is Assistant youth, he has worked with
District Commissioner of the Boy Gt od Will and participated in (C I found FACT-0-BAKE

Scouts, Assistant Unit Leader of environmental campaigns.As .

the Girl Scout's Outdoor Serviceman of the Quarter, /
Program, and Assistant District AE1 Perry receves a NATTC WHY BUY A NEW CAR. WE CAN
Commissioner of the Cub Scouts.He .
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scout leaders and worked with a dinner at the Candlelight LOOK LIKE NEW WITH

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MGY. SGT. JOHN H. SCHULTZ, SGT. ROBERT J. BUNGER,re- ''fl !
JR. stayed in the Marine Air upped for three years at the k, "'
Reserve by reenlisting at VMA- Marine Barracks and was ,,'
142. promoted to his present rank.
PH2 MARGARET F. TESSING, attached to,the Flee: Air Photo,Lab,
y r is congratulated by RAdm.Gels after shipping over fort years. Her
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Naval Hospital, putting him over
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Blandincj Boulevard
"A mistake when called for passengers DITIONING AND HEATING"
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he thought they1'meant his flight to New Hampshire." DRAPES FURNISHED
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FOSTER ON 6ND NAS Jax, May 1 at the Jax TRACK AND FIELD MEET

A BOWLING TEAM Bowling Center. Jax -The NAS Jax Track and
Jax AT2 Hal Foster of VW-4 The tournament will be 21 Field Meet will be held next

finished second in the individual games, scratch, for total pins, In Tuesday May 2, at 1:30: p.m All
! standings of the 6th Naval accordance with American participants, are asked to be at
_
_ District Bowling Championshipslast Bowling Congress rules. Teams the field by 1 D.m.
:! week at Pensacola. He had a will consist of five bowlers and all JAX NAVY GOLF TEAM
3618 total pin fall for 18 games fora bowlers scores will count for the Jax -The Jax Navy Golf team
201 average. team championship.Teams will meet the St. Johns River
V I Foster is now at NAS Oceana that have indicated Junior College Golf team
representing the 6ND in the South entry are: ComFairJax,FAW-11, tomorrow at the NAS Golf
Atlantic Regional Tournament. VX4 Key West VP-49, VP-16 Course. Tee off time is 11 a.m.

Another member of the NAS VA-45 VA-12 VA-66 and VW-4. HIGH BOWLERSOF

STRAIGHT SHOOTER-Lt. Millie Blanton of the Jacksonville NAS Jax Bowling team that went to FLIERS SOFTBALL THE WEEK

Hospital examine her target at the'pijtol range. Lt. Blanton and four Pensacola was YN1 Jim WORKOUTSJax Jax .- Nicolasora of the
other Wave nurses-Cdr. Katherine Wilson,LCdr. Odessa Thomas, Cruthirds of NDRC. He had the Splitmakers led the high scoring
The Jax Navy Fliers
LCdr. Carleda Lorbtrg and LCdr. Columba Barter-participated in a highest individual game in the Softball Intramural bowlers last week
team is scheduled to
recent five-day recreational pistol course. 6ND Championships ,with a 247 with a big 631 series. He had
it's
open season in two weeks but
game. games of 215, 214, and 202. Other
players are still needed to fill
FLEET AIR JAX high scorers were Shirley of the
several positions. Tryouts will be
BOWLING TOURNAMENTJax P&PPs with a 221 in his 600 set
held Friday at 4 and Sundayat
p.m.
Intramural Pistol Bailey of the Woodpeckers No. 2
StandingsAMERICAN Nine teams have in- .1 p.m. on Mackroth Field.All
team with a 235 in his 597 set and
dicated entry in the Fleet Air interested personnel are
Chambliss of the Pill Rollers witha
requested to attend both
Jacksonville Area Bowling
197,197 and 198 for a 592 series.It's .
LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE Tournament which will be held at workouts.

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MARINE BKS 7 2 NARJAX 4 3 Clean-up
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AMERICAN. LEAGUE PACIFIC LEAGUE ,
IntramuralGolf Softball Intramural
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Bowling EVILDOERS 42 14 WOODPECKERS No. 32 20
f HARD HATS 40 16 SPARKS 31 '21

Standings UnderwayJax StandingsATLANTIC LATE CHARGERS 38 18 NDRC No.3 314244

LEFTOVERS 33 19 SPLITMAKERS 294 22,
ADCOP 33 19 CHIEFS 29 '23.
The 1972 Intramural LEAGUEW MARINE BARRACKS 26 26 SPLITFINDERS 284 234
AMERICAN LEAGUE Softball season got underway last HAWKS 27 29 GUTTER DUSTERS 27 29

W L week with 24 teams participatingin REBELS L HANDICAPPERS 20 32 PIN BUSTERS No.2 224334
NARJAX No.1 8 0 two leagues for a position in the VR-50 414144 NDRC No.1 18 34 PILL ROLLERS 214 304
VP-49 8 2 playoffs at the end of the season. 35 17 FUMBLERS 14 42 F TROOP 21 "35
HOSPITAL 6 3 From the looks of the opening AFEES WOODPECKERS No.2. 35 21 SAWBONES 9 47 H'CANE HUNTERS 184 334
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A-C MAINT 54 24 week scores,it's going to be a big FUBARS 33' 23
for the hitters. Last week's 28 28VP62No.l
NDRC 54 44 year .. '
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AIR OPS 44 54 scores are as follows: FICEUR5 264294
COMMUNICATIONS 2 7
BLOWHARDS 21 27
COMFAIRJAX 0 9 AMERICAN LEAGUE NUBS 21 35

WEAPONS 20 AIR OPS 15' BEES ", .. 18 38
NATIONAL LEAGUE FAETU GEM 2 VP-G2 No.2 13 39
VW-4 SUPPLY 4
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VP-49 12 MEDICAL 9 NATIONAL LEAGUEW
MARTD 8 0
VP-16 9 MARF 5
FICEUR 6 2 '
VP-16 13 MDRC 3 L
FAWn 51f. 31f.
F AE TU 24 WEAPONS 8 GEM 35 17
VW-4 41f. 554 NARF 15 AIR OPS 6 RADAR 17 34 18
VP-16 4 5 e
SUPPLY' 14 GEM 13 COMFAIRJAX 31 25
4' 679th 31f. 61f.
VW-416 VP-49 1 679th 27 25'
NARJAX. No..2 3 7 ',
FAETU 26 26
FWF 21f. 7NaVY.Marine3
ILL EAGLES 27 29
LEPRECHAUNS 27 29
FLAP JAX 26 30
NAMTD 25 27
NATIONAL LEAGUE
TAMARAWS, 23 29
AIMD 12 AFEES 7
WOMENS LIB 15 41
FICEUR 25 ADMIN 1
; NARJAX 13 MATSG 3
CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
MARINE BKS 10 FAW-ll 0
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US 87 41 HOSPITAL 34 22
ARDSLEYS 854 424 BUSCH LEAGUERS 32 20
SHUTBIRDS 584 694 PIN BUSTERS 31 21
THE SPOTS 55 73 TARS 31 25
NAV-MARS 544 734 D P&PPs 24 32
SANDBAGGERS 524 754 CHIEFS 23 29
AOB No.1 51 77 NDRCNo.2 23 29
7-GUNS 47 81 EAGLES 19 37
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