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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1972
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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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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Jax- A kickoff ceremony for the 1972 Navy Relief Fund Drive will be held at 10

a.m. today at King Hall (Bldg. 563)).

.;. All tenant command commanding officers, NAS department heads, designatedNavy :
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The kickoff ceremony is a prelude to the 1972 Navy Relief Fund Drive which It.

., will be conducted until June 6 commemorating the Navy-Marine sea-air battles

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I ,. This annual appeal has a double purpose: to make all Navy and Marine Corps --

personnel aware of the availability of the services of the Society, and to solicit

., voluntary .contributions so that timely and appropriate assistance can be ren- xrT
't :t; dered when emergencies strike.


J ',\ "The Navy Takes Care Of Its,Own." This is the motto of the Navy Relief

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VOL. 30 NO.7 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville,. MAY 4, 1972
The following items highlight this week's Navy

News: The Road Wasn't
New Admirals Nominated Easy,

"' The President has approved and nominated to the Senate the largest
group of Naval officers to be selected to flag rank since World War II.
But Mann Makes FirstJax
The 50 Rear Admiral selectees,include the first woman admiral in
the history of the U.S.Navy.Capt.Alene Duerk will retain her present
position as head of the Navy Nurse Corps. Making first class has not been easy for Norman Mann, a data
The list also includes Capt. Albert Sackett (Director Officer processing technician who tried for years to pass the exam for a highly com
Distribution Division, SUPERS), who is believed to be the second in '
naval history to make every rank on the seaman-to-admiral route. petitive rating.
Forty-three of the selectees are unrestricted line officers, ten of
the basis of his actual job the Mann's training in his
whom never held a major at-sea command, Monday seven years and seven on Navy, \
exams later he was performance. According to DPI rating has all been 'on-the-job,'
Civilian Employees Praised meritoriously. advanced to first Mann, who is the military except for a six or eight week '
The Navy's Civilian employees received high praise from Admiral and became the second man in supervisor !in the computer room training session in 1964 at what
p Isaac Kidd, Chief of Naval Material, during his address to the 56th his rating to receive the honor at Data Processing Department, was the forerunner of today's 12-
annual convention dinner of the National Association of Superin since the program was started he was notified in February that week data processing school.
tendents of the U. S. Naval Shore Establishments. last year. he was selected, just days beforehe
"There is no finer nor more valuable national asset (than the Navy's would take his eighth exam. His first job experience came
blue-collar force)" Adm. Kidd said. Speaking of the Material in 1957 when he graduated from
Command, he emphasized, "Our challenge is clear, we all work to Like other outstanding boot camp.
develop a more modern and stronger fleet. But we must accomplishthis Navymen who have failed at lie was recommended last
with dwindling resources." You gentlemen are the only ones least five times to make it,he was November for the second time, Although he was a radioman
recommended for the hike in rate by his supervisor, and his recordwas
that I know of who can bring it off. striker he was assigned to
submitted to Washington for NATTC's tabulation machineunit
review official selection
by an to process school records. i,
board.As .

Just four years short of retiring
Mann''says, he has always after 20, Mann says he will be
done his job, but was just not a going up for chief in three years. "
Lkr "good test taker." His
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The new E-6 is expecting or-
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good ability
ders in a few months for Class
his rating outweighs his inabilityto
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Dragons Return HomeJax 1


For the wives children, the USSR. ..}.'
and other relatives of the men in A distress call from a crippled .
VP-56, five months of waiting is Soviet submarine resulted in the '!.
over. squadron flying around the clock
The Dragons' P-3Cs began for seven days,often in hurricane
returning home from Keflavik, force weather, to give any "
Iceland last weekend and Cdr. assistance the submarine should i.
Hulon P.Fillingane,VP-56 C.O.is request.
scheduled to arrive here today. Operations were continueduntil
The Dragons' primary duty other Soviet ships were able
was anti-submarine warfare and to approach and secure the
Iceland offered an excellent stricken submarine. ..
i(\ opportunity for it because of close While deployed. VP-56 also j,
i S ,ttlM.I proximity to Soviet submarine made many trips to Europe in
I HEMOPHILIAC HELPERS-Capt. Hugh J. Tate, NARU C.O., loins SC me 65 other NARU officers and operating areas. conjunction with NATO exer
enlisted men in donating blood for 10-year old Eddie Cone of sonville, Eddie is a victim of This year's deployment offeredan cises.
I hemophilia and needs the equivalent of 18 pints of blood each weed t to maintain a normal level of unusual opportunity for the VP-56 was relieved by VP-24 f
t clotting factor. squadron to render assistance to from Patuxent Kiver Md.



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Monday thru Thur
11 a.m. to MidnIght Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday S. Saturday
ridgy I Friday,May 5 SUPPER: Baked Virginia Ham,
11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to I a.m. :
Friday Ila.m..1I to midni I t BREAKFAST : Chilled Pineapple Sauce, Whipped
p.m.
11 arm. to 2
am Friday & Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday Grapefruit Juice, Hominy Grits, Potatoes, Simmered Sauerkraut,
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Saturday 11) a.m. to 1 a.m. lla.m.Fri.Sat.11p..m. Noon to Midnight to midnight pm French Toast, Choice of Bacon or Buttered Mixed Vegetables,

9 a.m. to 2 a.rTJ. lIa.m..la.m. Monday thru Thur Luncheon Meat, Cheese Omelet, Salad Bar, Apple Dilly Cake,
Sunday Sunday 2 pm Fried Eggs to Order, Home Fried
Butterscotch Pudding.
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9 a.m. to Midnight arm to Midnight to 7 pm
Potatoes, Pastry Bar. 1 Monday,May 8
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t. DINNER: New England Clam BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange
Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggsto
SecNav QKs 3.2 Be'erFor J Salmon Cakes, Scalloped Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup,

Potatoes w-Onions, Brown Choice of Ham or Pork Sausage,
Gravy, Buttered Broccoli, Home Fried Potatoes Baked
Under-21 CrowdJax m lliDE Simmered Pinto Beans Salad Beans Corn Muffins Pastry Bar.

Bar, Assorted Fruit Tarts, DINNER: Navy Bean Soup ,

There's still hope for the club patron who is rnw Hermits. Swiss Steak w-Brown Gravy,
SANDWICH LINE: Cheese, French Fried Potatoes, Buttered
under 21 years of age. Lettuce & Tomato Sandwich
or Beets, Seasoned June Peas,
Navy and Marine Corps men and women of all ages Grilled Hamburgers, Frank- Salad Bar, Coconut Cream Pie
can now drink 3.2 beer if the sale of beer in their club is PROTESTANT furters, French,Fried Potatoes, Raisin Cookies.

authorized by the Chief of Naval Personnel, the Marine SA\'jl.m STATION Potato Chips, Dessert Bar. SANDWICH LINE: Chili Dogs or

Corps Commandant or skippers designated by them. SUPPER: Pork Chop Suey, Egg Grilled Ham 8. Cheese, French
SUNDAY Foo Young, Shrimp Fried Rice, Fried Potatoes, Dessert Bar.
Previously, the age limit was determined by state or Church School (all ages). 9;: Chow Mein Noodles, Seasoned SUPPER: Stuffed Peppers,
local law.However. a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine
Carrots, Buttered Green Beans, Tomato Sauce, Snowflaked
no one in the Naval service under years of Worship 10:30: at All Saints' Salad Bar, Assorted Cup Cakes Potatoes, Boiled Cabbage &

age can be hired at a Naval installation as a bartender Chapel.Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Baked Custard.! Carrots, Seasoned Green Beans

or in any other capacity involving the selling or handling High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- Salad Bar, Applesauce Cake,
of alcohol if such employment in civilian nex. Junior and senior youth Saturday,May 6 Butterscotch Pudding.
establishements is prohibited.The Fellowship-1:30: p.m. at Bldg. 722. BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy Joeson
Evening Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Hamburger Buns, Grilled
Worship-7:30: p.m. at Fried Eggs
new quidelines are set forth in SecNav Instruction small Chapel. to Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Hamburgers Frankfurters,

1700.HA. Tuesday French Toast w-Syrup Choice of French Fried. .Potatoes. Dessert
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Ham or Pork Sausage, Minced Bar.
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Beef, Lyonnaise Potatoes, Pastry.;., Tuesday,May 9
Service-8 p.m at small Chapel. Bar. | 1 ;BREAKFAST: Chilled Apple
JTAX AJL-R NEWSThe BRUNCH: At 10 a.m. Cream of'i Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggsto

NAVAL HOSPITAL Tomato .Soup, Grilled Order, French Toast w-Syrup,
Divine Worship-io a.m. at St. Cheeseburgers, French Fried Choice of Bacon or Luncheon

JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Lukes. Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Meat, Creamed Ground Beef,
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station. CATHOLIC Bar, Lemon Meringue Pie, Pastry Bar.DINNER .
Jacksonville/ Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Saturday Mass-5 at St. Chewy Nut Bars. 1 : French Onion Soup,
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Edward's Chapel. Sunday p.m. Mass8a.m. SUPPER: Turkey Roast, Cream, Steamship Round of Beef,
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes' Natural Gravy, Whipped
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Monday, Tuesday Thursday and Cranberry Sauce, Bread Potatoes, Simmered Navy
items are welcomed from all sources., Telephone 772-3118 or Friday-ll:30: a.m. Wednesday Dressing, French Fried Beans Buttered Spinach, Salad
3119. Mass 11:30: a.m. at the Naval Cauliflower, Buttered Peas and Bar, Dutch Apple Cake, Vanilla
'Hospital Chapel. Saturday Carrots, Salad Bar, Peach Pie, Wafers.
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Pineapple
Confessions-4:15: and 5 p.m.: Pudding. SANDWICH LINE: Submarine
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race. Sunday,May 7 Sandwich or Grilled Ham-
creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser user or NATTC BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato burgers, Frankfurters, French
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this poftcy of equal Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. i in Juice, Hominy Grits, Chilled Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips,
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print Building 500. P
advertising from that source." ? Vricd Eggs to Order, Dessert Bar.SUPPER .
Cakes w-Syrup, French : Roast Pork, Brown
Toast, Choice of Bacon or Lun- Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries cheon Meat, Scrambled
Eggs Applesauce, Buttered Mixed
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concerning such should be directed to:
If your wage statements Ham, Baked Beans, Pastry Bar Vegetables, Cream Style Corn,
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY show the wrong social secu- BRUNCH: At 10 a.m. Cream of" Salad Bar, Devils Food Cake,

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville Fla., 32210 rity number, report the error Tomato Soup, Grilled Cherry Jello.SANDWICH .
Telephone 388-2755 to your employer and have Cheeseburgers, French Fried LINE: Cold Plate,
him correct it on his records. Potatoes Baked Beans. Salad Assorted Cold Cuts, Cheese,
VOL. 30 NO. 7 MAY 4, 1972 Bar, Lemon Meringue Pie, Potato Salad, Baked Beans,
a.I Chewy Nut Bars. Potato
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His home is in Brookhaven, Miss. AQ-J 9539 103rd. St. Jax. Tom is attached .
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Counseling MethodsBy .

Cpl.A. U. Marques ,, Jax The following is a reportof
Drug Awareness Team s pJ ; '' motor vehicle accidents and
Jax Everyone In society today is usually faced with one kind of 7 .w F traffic violations for the period of
problem or another. Fortunately most of these people are able to cope April 1723.
with these problems in a somewhat acceptable way to society. Number of Accidents
However, a small percentage turn and look for an escape rather This period 11.
than cope with them. Some turn to a chemical escape. This period a year ago 9.
First, there is the alcoholic who constantly needs the false Total accidents this year 126.
assurance of liquor to face each working hour. Then there is the drug Total accidents through this
user who relies on various qualities of substances which he uses to period last year 95.
"deaden the pain living"or to provide him an illusion or realityonewhich Total number of days since last
gives him a sense of personal well-being. injury in a motor vehicle accident
There is no sure-fire way to combat drug abuse. One of the more 23.
acceptable ways Is through education and understanding through Number of days since an Injury
counseling. NAMTRADET RETIREMENT AFCM Howell B. Parker is piped last year at this time 40.
The following are some helpful hints for non-professional counseling over the side with his wife on the completion of 30 years of service. Number of Violations ...
whether their problems are drug-related or not: Parker was the Assistant Officer In Charge at NAMTRADET while This period 50.
1. COUNSELING IS A PROCESS OF HELPFUL COM stationed at NAS Jax."Thanks". Speeding 8. '
MUNICATION, NOT A LECTURE.Be Reckless driving 0
prepared to listen and become involved; expect hostility, but VRC-40 Going through stop sign 1. I
know it will decline if genuine interest is shown. Get the user to From Other Violations 41.
recognize or point out his own problem to himself. Thirty-one drivers appeared
2. HAVE AN ATTITUDE OF UNCONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE.This before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
is known as emotional support. Show the user that you accept lax "This'command greatly appreciates the extraordinary April 27. Disposition of the
him for what he is, but not necessarily condone what he has done. maintenance support from your Aircraft Operational Maintenance cases included the following:
Show that you want to help. Give him someone to lean on. Be patient Department which has been essential to the successful accomplishment Thirteen lost driving and
and willing to listen. Don't be critical. of VRC-40 operational commitments staging from HASlacJt.onvUle. parking privileges aboard the
3. THE INDIVIDUAL, NOT THE PROBLEM, SHOULD BE THE station for various periods; two

FOCAL POINT. For several months the outstanding cooperation 0/LCdr. Hale ADCS were assigned to complete an
Listen and observe all that the individual says and does. Learn to Nadeau ADRC Goettllcher and ATI Peepies and their untiring' effort eight-hour course in remedial
respond to the feeling that is being expressed, not the intellectual to assist VRC-40 crews has Insured maximum availability for our driving; four received suspensions
content. Jacksonville detachments. ; twelve were given warnings
4. ELIMINATE YOUR. PERSONAL OPINIONS FROM THE Particular appreciation Is extended to ADRC Wood AZI Craig and ; one was dismissed; none
DISCUSSION. ADRI French for their extremely fine support during two engine were finedU.( S. Magistrate);
The objective is to have the individual develop his own feelings, not changes March 25 through April I. and five were referred to com
mimic yours. However,it may be helpful to restate the conflict using Please pass our appreciation to these 'Individuals. Many Thanks. manding officers for possible
the individual's own words. This may have the effect of further disciplinary action.
clarifying the problem and may lead to a shared formulation of a planof
solution. Never raise false hopes or give false encouragements. _
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Know your own limitations as well as your strengths. Be honest with House of Qualify Foods Cedar Hilts Shopping Center
Phone 771 9223
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>: \'. '. then allow the individual the responsibility for a course of action. Every SATURDAY Night is FAMILY NIGHT
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FINANCING AVAILABLE! ./'''.' In the shortest time. We offer assistance with the arranging

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Reminder For Holders j
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Of FHA Mortgage LoansJax Fighting


PrejudiceJax

-Are you,the holder of an Cleveland that you have sold or
FHA Mortgage Loan? otherwise disposed of your home
If so, remember that if you will result in checkage of your -In keeping with the intentof
have sold your hqme you must the Navy to find a solution "for

notify your commanding officerin pay.The checkage will be for the significant discrimination"
writing,i.e. by letter or memo. amount of mortgage insurance practices existing in military
This written notification must communities, the Commander
premium paid by NFC Cleveland
be submitted in duplicate. The Naval Construction Battalions
from the' date of sale of
commanding officer: will your U. S. Atlantic Fleet (COMC-:
home until the date FHA receivesthe
acknowledge receipt on the copy DD Form 803 termination T' BLANT) has established a
and return it to you. notice. human relations counsel for the
Based on the member's "a,- Atlantic Fleet Seabees.
Quoted for information is i
notification, the commandingofficer portion of the agreement the The two councilmen will serveas
will issue a Certificate of to
advisors COMCBLANT
,
member the
signed on Requestfor
Termination DD Form 803). the ground but
Certificate of Eligibility (DD PUDDLES AND PRECISION-Aprll showers dampen informing the command of
The original and five copies of Form 802) when he applied for not the sharp precision of the MATSG drill team as they perform at existing problems and'suggesting
the DD Form 803 are distributedas mortgage insurance; MARTD's change of command ceremony.Advisors probable,solutions.

follows: "...I will immediately: notify They will also try to foresee
a. Original and three copies to Consider
my commanding officer in minority group problems and
FHA, Washington, D. C.
halt them before
writing when I sell or otherwise they assume
b. Fourth copy to NFC dispose of property so major proportion.Their .
my Clothing RegsJax
Cleveland, Ohio (XFB) Galley
financed. In the event I fail to duties require that they
service c. Fifth record.copy filed in your notify my commanding officer, I -The dispute over 'what towear' HATS are not worn in the travel to foreign project sites of

Failure to notify FHA and NFC further agree that any liability to chow at Galley One was dining hall except by food han- Seabees deployed from their
incurred by the Military Service, brought to command attention dlers. homeports at Davisville, R. I.
of which I am a member, on recently when enlisted advisors UNIFORMS must be complete and Gulfport, Miss.
mortgage insurance premiums met with the station commandingofficer (except hats) and must be clean Authority for setting up the new
Have a question about your paid subsequent to the date of to air complaints and offer and in good condition. (It is office is contained in Z-Gram 66,
social security benefits? such sale or disposal, will be suggestions on various subjects. understood, however, that the issued by the CNO.
Phone any social securityoffice. reimbursed by me..." Recommendations for appropriate working man in dungarees does Besides personal consultation,
SECNAVINST 1741.4 is the attire were submittedby not always look 'clean pressed' the human relations counsel will
applicable directive. board members months after a morning on the flight provide Seabees and dependentswith
before and approved by the line.) literature on the culture of
command officer. However, the CIVILIAN ATTIRE should be Black, American Indian, and
word is apparently not posted for in good taste, clean and in good other minority cultures.
general information and station condition. As Chief Ares says, The material will include text
personnel continue to show up at there are only a few problemswith and history books, as well as
@ @ the Dining Hall in the improper 'gross' attire, such as see educational training films and
military or civilian clothing.The through clothes, tank or muscle: pamphlets.Jumper.
rJDa1nn biggest problem, according shirts, and that there are fewer
to Chief Com- problems with NATTC personnelthan I

missaryman Vincent Ares, is with NAS personnel.
.
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-.,>".' < dungarees. The regulation states SHIRTS must be buttoned 01
G.. .. .w"",.. '{ that items of closed front with
M WM ; .. ,yo I any distinguishable sleeves and
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t)'HI, l. +>> :' the uniform in combination with may be worn outside trousers i ii f FoundJax
: civilain clothing are not' con- that is the style.TROUSERS .
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sidered
appropriate. Dungarees, may be any style
,,, ._ including seafarers can't be that is considered civilian]: '- Somewhere in the
$ worn with civvies. This goes for clothing. Walking shorts arc Jacksonville Navy

Marines, also. allowed. Complex there is an SKI

NEW TO THE BASE? who Blue is jumper.The missing. a Dress

is size 40R
jumper
twA your fl@fjJi1@fl/IIIl!@fiJ@lFl/1/l} with four hash marks and

can provide additional funds probably belongs to one of

. t Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your the volunteers who helped

money needs are handled the way you want them. supervise the Good Turn

Call or come. in-we'll do the rest. unloading and storage
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project

IntroductorySPECIAL DOMESTIC FINANCE No identifying name or

r- CORPORATION LOANS SINCE TO$800 lilt number is on the jumper,

OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOKa but it can be claimed by
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calling 384-1361, Ext. 12 or

stopping by 4527 Lennox
very special living environmentwoodlake
Ave.

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2-forl Luxury 1,2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments

3 Bedroom Townhouses

Sales* Servic
ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPING
BRING THIS COUPON AND .
CARPETING DRAPERIES
RECEIVE ONE PIZZA FREE ENGINES I TRANSMISSIONS : "
S DISHWASHER DISPOSAL EXCHANGED
WITH THE PURCHASE OF ONE ; x PRIVATE PATIO OR BALCONY at

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Civilian Highlights 14 Civilians

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White Collar Workers Jox-Fourteen NAS civilian employee have earned Service Awardsfor
JO year of civil mvlce. Each were presented JO-Year Pins by
Capt. John Ktncaid' station commanding o//Jcer.
HARRY WILLIAMS a stockman for the (linn locker
Gaining Union StrengthLed Administration Department;
LOUIS HALL, teletypist at Communication Department;
PUBLIC WORKS employees-Samuel Dalhouse, Richard Lo/tfn,
by a 22-percent gain in ployees in exclusive units to under Executive Order 11491. Luther Mathis Samuel Mathl and Horatio Hall;
exclusive representation among 437,586 gain of 8,450 despite The relative representation of MARIAN BRANNA, payroll clerk for Resources Management
white-collar Federal employees, reductions in the blue-collar work white-collar employees is taken
union recognition in the Federal force. 1971 was the second into consieration in determininglabor Department; -
WILLIAM HARDEN, /ire chief Security Department;
service continued to show straight year in which white- organization represen-
significant growth last year. The collar representation gains exceeded tation on the Federal EmployeesPay LEE DUNCAN, mess manager for Special Service;
Oretha Wilkins and Willie Simmon .
ALSO Robert Bate Supply.
proportion and number of non 20 percent, following a, Council. h
postal Federal employees in low of 4 percent in 1969,accordingto The number of exclusive units (
exclusive units topped the one- the annual census compiled by (outside the Postal Service) rose I'i')
half (53 percent) and one-million the Commission's Office of by 394, to 3,380 last year-
(1,038,288) marks, according to Labor-Management Relations.It increasing the total number of i
1971 union recognition statistics should be noted that the emplolyees covered by exclusive
released by the U.S.Civil Service Commission's data are based on recognition by 121,907.
Commission. the number of employees coveredin .Negotiated agreements num- i'L
The number of covered white- exclusive units, and that the bering 1,643 covered 707,067 (
collar employees jumped from numbers reported do not relate to employees in 1971, comparedwith '
487,245 to 600,072, raising the the numbers of Federal workers 1,485 and 601,606 respec- _--- l
proportion under exclusive who are members of unions.In tively, in the preceding year.
recognition from 35 percent to 42 the non-postal Federal Even so, agreements were in _
percent of the General Schedule service asa whole, the extent of force in less than half ((48 per-
work force. The extent of exclusive union coverage grew cent) of exclusive units last year-
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coverage of blue-collar workers by 12 percent during the year down slightly from 50 percent a --- ::
increased by 3 percent, rising ending November 1971. This year earlier. .ANN-N-"- 1-H f" '" ::r
from 81 to 84 percent over the figure represents an over-all
year. This brought the total measure of union organizing
number of Wage Grade em- gains during the second year CivilianMonday Cafeteria Menu

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VISITWAYNE ,May 8 Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Steaks with Rice, Liver with
Minestrone Soup, Baked Cucumber Mix.Chocolate Onions, Baked Franks with
SHRUM-;;' Chicken and Dressing, Chopped Cream Pie, Coconut Potato Salad, 7oz. Chopped
Swiss Steak with Mushroom Cake, Fruit Pie, Apple Pie, Sirloin, Fish.Mashed .
al his civilian duly station ;w Sauce, Boiled Cornbeef with Assorted Pudding. Potatoes, French

BLANDING AGENCY Inc. -* Cabbage, 7oz. Chopped Sirloin, Tuesday,May 9 Fried Potatoes, Rice with Gravy,
Fish. Cream of Tomato Soup, Roast Macaroni and Cheese, Okra and
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Jax Members of NWCA, Jax old white hats for a summer
However, a donation of $1.50
86 held their
club luncheon at the The
camp. condition of the hats
is invited to fund
per person help ,
home
of
Capt and Mrs.
Carl
D. not
are
important as they will be the JOWC Roaring 20's party.
Simonsen, former Jax 86
spon dyed. Donors must bring hats to
sors. the base nursery or the Not New t
Shop before May 10. THE JOWC's first two ticketsfor 3e + i: WI
The Simonsens will be among the coming Roaring 20's party
the guests at the club's Silver went to Capt. John Kincaid,

Anniversary party Saturday Fish Fry station CO,and RAdm. Lawrence a

night at 6:30.: Former sponsors ALL YOU CAN EAT Geis, commander Fleet Air
and club presidents will meet at Officers' Wives NAS Jacksonville.CPO .
are planning
Compton Hall for the social. The a s
fish fry at 6 5
p.m., May 12, at the a
.
wives will have a display of old Skeet club. Wives Meeting
scrapbooks.White. THE FIRST TICKETS for the JOWC's Roaring 20's party,to to held

They will serve mullet, hush CPO WIVES will be meeting at May 19 at the Officers' Club here are presented to Capt.John Kincaid,,
Hats Needed puppies, cole slaw and a variety the old Chief's Club May 17 at station CO, by Mrs.. W G. Sizemore, and to RAdm. Lawrence" Gels,
Jax 86'ers are busy collecting of drinks. It's all free. too. 7:30 p.m. ComFalrJax' by Mrs. R. A. Mosman. The party will begin at 7 p.m.
I and funds will be used for JOWC projects on station.

I NATTC Gets First Senior Enlisted AdvisorJax

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AVCM Donald Brown has will then forward the suggestionto Chief Brown, who is a former NATTC enlisted personnel, A '

been appointed NATTC's first CNO via the CNTECHTRA member of the CNO CPO Ad- students.. FREE \ .
Senior Enlisted Advisor. (SEA) SEA, the Master Chief Petty visory Board, was selected to be including .. ,
As SEA,Chief Brown will serveas Officer of the Naval Training NATTC's first SEA on the basis of In addition, in an attempt to .
a communications link bet Command and the Master Chief his past experience, his past reach all of the people he Ak
'fir
ween NATTC sailors and the Cief PettY' Officer of the Navy. performance and his interest in represents, Chief Brown will ..frr
of Naval Operations, Adm. ElmoR. Selected suggestions from helping NATTC's junior enlistedmen have a regular column in the

Zumwalt. If an enlisted man enlisted men at NATTC and and women. NATTC Newsletter, the
at NATTC has a good recom throughout the Navy will then be "Tradewinds" entitled "S.E.A.
mendation, for example, he can used as the basis of future Z-' His main job will be to advise Corner". The first of this new I f

discuss it with Chief Brown. He grams and other changes in the the NATTC commanding officeron series appears in this month's
Navy matters relating to enlisted "Tradewinds". Chief Brown

The SEA-MCPO Chain of personnel.The will represent enlisted personnelon
Communication established a total of 14 boards and ,.
by V J
new SEA will meet
committees. Among the
CNO is for theCNO's
a replacement
CPO Board. The periodically with all command meetings he will attend are:
Advisory
gJJum\ CNO CPO Advisory Board enlisted men and women. These Department Heads Meeting, E-8,
meetings will consist of a two-
consisted of 4 chiefs selected E-9 Interview Boards and
way exchange of ideas betweenthe
Minority Affairs Meetings. In
from different type commandswho
SEA and the people he
addition he will attend meetings
"'71\ ) {) toured many naval installations and advises. To
represents ensure regarding enlisted messes and
[Q to talk to a wide rangeof
ag that he all youR
V represents clubs and sit on boards to decide
and These
Navy men women.
NATTC and he will
men women, meritorious advancements and
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work with the
closely Minority awards, such as Serviceman of
5821 San Juan at Niblick Petty Officer of the Navy, Master Affairs Officer, AEC Joseph the Quarter.
Phone 384.4406 Chief John Whittet, to discuss Berry
their findings and make
C@:2: ? recommendations directly to Any NATTC enlisted man who
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LATWINGER
J" A'X'A R NEWS-

Z-Gram 109Recruiting ., ::,
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I Navymen In The NewsYN3

Effort HikedJaxThe
CALVIN It. ALSO AT FICEUR -

BISHOP has been "Frocking has moved four
CNO has asked that each Navyman-active
awarded the Navy FICEUR officers up a
Achievement Medal in rank. reserve and retired-consider himself a recruiter, teliothers

ceremonies held at of his Navy experience, and encourage interested

FICEUR. Lts. William R. Duke, i young people to contact a recruiting office.

The award was the Jr., Stephen E. Herrick -
According to Z-Gram 109, "The "Young, dynamic leaders who
result of "professionalachievement and Ivan E. Sawyer small and decreasing number of possess enthusiasm, pride and

as Became eligible to use the men being drafted has placed us military smartness are most
Correspondence Control tale and wear the uniformof in a virtually all-volunteer force desirable to present the Navy
Yeoman while attached to Lieutenant Commanderand situation." image to Today's youth. It is a
"This fact is clearly evident by matter of urgency that these
the Allowance of
Flag Lt. (JG) Hilman P.
be identified and assignedto
people
failure in recent months to
i our
Attack Carrier Striking Walker moved up to recruiting duty."
attract sufficient quality per-
Force Seventh Fleet from Lieutenant. YN3 Bishop sonnel.! It is perfectly clear that (B.Top) quality standards

July 10, 1970 to February 8, "Frocking" where an now,more than ever,we must not must be maintained.
1972 during combat officer is selected for MeritPromotions only increase retention by con- "If there must be a com
operations." promotion but not actually tinuing emphasis on upgrading promise, I will accept fewer
to meet those standards
people
the attractiveness of a Navy
YN3 Bishop "demon- promoted due to a lack of rather than achieving
career, but we must revitalizeour manpower
strated exceptional vacancy, was recently Jax The following are recruiting efforts." goals at the expense of qualityand
professional knowledge, expanded in a directive job openings currently future potential; however, I
imagination and foresightin from the Secretary of the posted on area bulletin The CNO also established the believe we can do both, and we
maintaining officialfiles" Navy. boards for which em- following objectives in support. of must strive to do so", the CNO
ployees may apply throughthe recruiting goals: continued.
and "displayed GOOD CONDUCT
Merit Promotion (A). Officer and enlisted "I cannnot overemphasize the
excellent administrative MEDALS were presentedto program: personnel nominated for duty in importance of attracting
competence and a high three Navymen at Automotive Mechanic, recruiting must be highly motivated personnel to Join us. It
degree of personal FASOTRAGRULANT, WG-10 motivated and meet the highest must be an all hands effort and I
initiative in the skillful and Det. Jax: Chief Gerald Budget Analyst, GS-560-9 professional and personal want you all to know that I need
Statistician, GS-1530-5 "
professional manner in Dooley POI William Statistician Engineering, standards. your help.
which he carried out his Hichs and POI David GS-1530-7

assigned duties." Lane. Medical Technician Project Transition .

(Chemistry, GS-645-5
INQ DOWN pA MENT FOR < '
VA $ I
$...YOII th.w"o!.PacUII'rom
..net to TV'.... Supervisory Medical Sets Jobs Briefing
M.kt M:''ilM It ft lit! Technologist, GS-644-9
Social Worker, GS-185-10
Bearing Reconditioner,
WG-7 Jax The station's Project will be Capt. John Kincaid,
Transition staff will sponsor a station commanding officer; and
Safety Technician, GS-
__ 019-7 briefing May 10, at Hangar 1000's LCdr R. B. Cantwell, Project
Administrative Officer, Room 240 for military men and Transition Site Officer. Peter
r %Bg3caA3i1ranlastro .GS-341-9 women who will retire or transferto Grill Chairman of the Armed
homes meV Fire Protection Inspector the Fleet Reserve within the Service Committee for the
next 18 months. Jacksonville Chamber of Com-
*4 f ANK 1 M ie* $OV H Of I 295p,0 GS-- I-7 merce and President of Alemite

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r AdoptedChildren
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,; NOTE: The following article is one of a series' being
presented by the Jax Air News in cooperation with the Dental

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JaxIn thes age of radiation hazards, are dental X-rays harmful
J The Veterans Administration
patients or dentists?
is No, Modern dental advises that a minor child ofa
I The answer X-ray equipment, films and &a veteran, whether natural,
: techniques have removed the element of hazard from dental
adopted, or a step-child is stilla
diagnostic radiography potential beneficiary for VA
ji Dental X-rays are an essential diagnostic tool, providing your benefits even if the child becomes -
i dentist with vital information about the hidden parts of the teeth, the separated from the vet
soft tissues and the bones of the jaws. eran through adoption and dependent -

Many defects of the teeth and supporting tissues cannot be seen in a on other parents.
I visual examination. In order to detect and treat many conditionssome Even when the adoption out
of them extremely serious-the dentist must have an additional of the veteran's home occurred
"eye", The X-ray unit is that eye. before the veteran's death, the
What are some of the different conditions revealed by X-rays? ulcher child retains basic eligibility.For .
-Cancer, cysts, and other abnormal growths within the jawbones. instance a step-child of a
veteran whether not adoptedby
or
These conditions will show under X-rays.
up
him, who later returns to the
-Small cavities. These show up on X-rays long before they can be PING: "Who's picture is that on the dart board? .Whafve. you got household of his natural father
seen by the naked eye. They can be filled at once, thus preventing aginst him?" will not lose his VA eligibility.An .
destruction of additional tooth structure. PONG: "He was my C.O. on the good ship Tuscurora, he made me illegitimate child of a vet- .J,'
-Large cavities. They can be treated when the X-rays help first class." eran is also eligible for VA ben
the dentist see in advance the extent of damage PING: "How can you dislike a man who made you a First Class Petty efits. Under certain conditions,
-Recurrent decay under old fillings. If not detected (and only X- Officer?" so is a child who is adopted by
rays can discover it) recurrent decay may result in an exposed tooth PONG: "Easy! When I reported aboard I was Chief." the widow of a veteran within
pulp and finally in tooth loss. two years following the veter-

-Generalized bone conditions. X-rays can help in early detection of an's death.
the first signs of generalized bone disease. Under present regulations the
-Periodontal disease. X-rays will reveal periodontal disease long VA can pay 'up to $175 per
Drug Help month to a child attending college
before its results are visible to the eye.
vocational school, or up
Bone destruction beneath the gums, often the result of periodontal! to $141 or per month to a child

disease, will also show on X-rays. taking a combination of on-thc-

X-rays will also detect extra teeth that are embedded in the jaw and Dial 2900 job,'training if the veteran-parent and classroom died studies of.
push other teeth out of reveal
may position. They may the failure of service-connected disabilities or
permanent teeth to develop under first teeth. is 100 per cent service disabled.
X-rays show oversized and broken roots and retained root tips. Also,
they show the condition of teeth to which bridges and other appliances BIoMIit er flit YEEq
will be attached. Bt-OIXIDIIH

The amount of radiation required to make even a complete X-ray I V/THK BtMINOhH STBIMto MS )[S 13 TO AND'PSMgMBEl THIS' ONE*- :DI.I: .

examination of the teeth is very small. Actually a fraction of this Of tOUWHIHTHUA.Y / TO 6SK1U TO THE A CMtLK NI '
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T\ APOLOGY TIME I

;;: y: R Officer CDR of Paganelli VA-45 politely, Commanding informedme reputedly command quite as VA-174.proud Wooster of being'is a

I r ; CECIL s-'tJ- that I was in error when member in good standing of VA- I
listing Buck Wooster's current 45. sorry commander.

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; Fastpitch: Medical,jumped off Mills?) Weapons 15- 5. Southpaw took the win and Simmons the
i to a 5 run lead in the 1st inning Barney Stewart scattered 7 hits loss.NAMTD
>IJ and hung tough for an 11 7 win to take the win. Stewart was in entered the winners
J I over winless Admin. Malone's trouble in only one inning, givingup circle for the 1st time this season,
i brace of singles was enough to 3 tallies in the 2nd frame having blasted Weapons 18 7
J j give him hitting honors for the Fiddler stroked a double and' a Young, Cooper, Howard,
J i eyening. Macintosh was the single for VA-451., Thompson (the younger
winning pitcher, while George Wilfred Stromquist became the Thompson), Gounglin and H 6(
J j Loy took the loss in his 1972 1st pitcher to toss a no-hitter this Meeks banged out 2 hits apiece A' ,
softball debut. season. With 2 out in the 2nd fornamtd. Cooper was the Winning *
1Ji VA-81's Barney Stewart went inning, Campbell of AIMD chucker. Schultz had 3 hits
I it the route to lead his team to a 10- coaxed a walk out of Stromquistto and Woodward 2 for Weapons /-
a 3 win over VA-45. Barney ruin his bid for a perfect game. r rtr{ I IiY11
It. recorded 8 strikeouts. The Wilfred whiffed 13 batters. Less,
\
OJ "Zappers" tallied 9 of their runs Miller and Allen each banged out First I ,I IMrj.
in the 1st two innings. Burley, 2 hits for VA12.Slowpitch .Henley pins Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Bars on CWO2 Ronald W.tkntey. .
'.' Mills wants all his 'fans' to know : VA-12 nipped VC-2 .
Wi that after his beloved Zappers 1310.Ward was winning pitcher, Sunliner
:: were zapped by AIMD last week, and Roberts the loser. Goble
y
that all .can rest assured that his smacked out 2 hits for VA-12. b 1 I f ,
...
team are now THE zappers C-2 dented the plate for nine 1n
VA-45 bounced back with an runs in the first inning to romp bi
impressive 7-3: victory over the past VA-17419.11. Fulton, with : .
Medical nine. Big Jim Beasley relief help from Roberts was
shook off a batting slump with a winning pitcher.. f
pair of homers, while cen- VA-12 trampled NAMTD 18.3.
terfielder Aungst had 2 singlesfor Goble slashed a double'and a
'
the "Blackbirds". Sikes was homer, and Sully a single and a ,"
the winning twirler, and homer to lead VA-12's 13 hit at- ,'tl
Macintosh the loser., tack.Ward was again the winner.No S (rr"
VA-12 trampled Weapons,22-\. sooner had I predicted that '
Stromquist surrendered but one the Marines would be the class of '
hit, and struckout 10 to garner the slowpitch league, then VA-66 ;,S",
the win. Miller, Stromquist and proved what a rotten (
Chavis each homered for VA-12. prognosticator I am by turningthe AMH2 E. L. Robinson of VA-81 "rP
VA-81 zapped (how's that Marines back 12 -5. Dunn has been selected as the first
Sunliner of the year. As COR, J. Mrs.Jahn pins on Lieutenant Bars on LTJ6 Theodore B.JahnFrocking

Tuttle, C. 0. of VA-81 put it,
I Robinson has demonstrated the
"Anytime-Anyplace" Sunliner
NEWEST CONCEPT i attitude.
IN APARTMENT LIVING I Early in January the squadron
deployed with twelve A-7E air-
1I 3 BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS [ ) I craft to the Sixth Fleet. This was
Spacious rooms, wide windows Kingsley the maiden deployment for the ""'-"
central patios, sundecks heat & air, cond. Private Arms new and highly sophisticated A- In ALNAV 13, the Secretary of ceremony LTJG Theodore B.
and party room. swimming pool 7E to the Mediterranean. Duringthe the Navy "authorized the CNO to JAHN assumed the title and the
264.8102 transit to the Med. area, direct Commanding Officers to authority to wear the uniform of a
Robinson was assigned the authorize those naval officers Lieutenant and CW02 Ronald W.
1800 KINGSLEY AVE.. collateral duty of work center within their commands who have HENLEY assumed similar rightsfor
DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding training petty officer. During been selected for promotion to the rank of Lieutenant (junior
Blvd & Orange Park Minutes this time you devoted most of the next higher grade ,by FY72 grade). Lieutenant JAIIN is
away via new I 295.. your off-duty time to up-dating selection boards, to assume the serving as Assistant ,Main*
records and delivering lectures in title and wear the uniform of the tenance Officer on ohe Staff and
= areas where further training grade to which selected is servingin LTJG Henley is assigned as the
I requirements existed. a billet requiring an officer of Assistant Weapons Training
Always willing to do more than the grade to which selected. Officer at the CLAW-1 Weapons
st j your share both on and off the School. .'
This procedure, commonly
job.Robinson's citation read in called "Frocking" was put into "Frocking" does not authorizepay
LOWEST part: action on the Light Attach Wing and allowances of the higher
"For your industrious ambitionand ONE Staff by Captain Douglas F. grade, nor does it authorize in-
0 desire to excel make you an MOW, Wing Commander, in creased disciplinary powers
j invaluable asset to this squadronand services held in his office at NAS under Article 15 of the Uniform
the Navy. I am heartenedand Cecil Field on 6 April 1972.At the Code of Military Justice.

PRICESSpecial encouraged by your per
formance over the past year and desires ,of the great Naval
point to you as a model young Aviator, and served this
man of today. It is both fitting squadron in the highest traditionsof 1betl010
and just that you should receive the Naval Service.On l
this award, which is made in behalf of the entire
memory of the inspiration and squadron, I extend a "well done" .
attitude left by the late and offer my personal \
Lieutenant Commander David congratulations for this much <.e\\
\
t "Dixie" CULLER, USN You deserved recognition as
have exemplified the spirit and "Sunliner of the Year"." ll
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,NAS, Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE I published Ads. arriving tile!too fOllowing late for this week deadline unless will the be WOMEN"Color Darma, Starring

I publisher. Is Instructed otherwise. A check or Thursday May 4 Michael Stearns and Barbara

I received money order WITH for the full cost Of the ad must be NAS: "EAGLE IN A CAGE" Mills "R" (90 min.)
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WOMAN" Color Romantic Color Western, Starring Guy
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SINGER TOUCH i SEW Drama, Starring Robert Stack Stockwell and Woods Strode.
EMPLOYMENTJOBSI Makes all types fancy designs. But CEDAR HILLS and Bibi Anderson. "R" (90 min.) "PG" (90 min.)
onho es, stretch stitch, winds bobbin 3BR, Family rm., Lg. corner lot, Friday, May HOSPITAL: "CHAIN GANGWOMEN"
Inside machine. Like New Respon. secluded fenced back yard, 2 car
JOISI JOBS sible party to take up pmts. Of' $8. per garage. Evenings 7717375. NAS: "CHAIN GANG

Shorthand Secretarys, Dictaphone mo. Rayflelds. 6437 Wilson Blvd. 71 DUSTER 'S40' HARLEY DAVIDSON CHOPPER 74'

Operators Keypunchers.HIGH Typists, Clerks, SALE OR TRADE LAKE SHORE AC, Bucket seats Console, 3 spd., Completely finished. Immaculate,

PAY NO FEE Doberman puppies, black & tan. 3BR,Tile bath, LR DR. Fla. rm. 2 car Auto trans. $3100 or best offer. 282- New engine Much chrome, Springer
garage, Near school and 5916. front end. $1250. 7715680.68PONTIACLEMANS.
Call Norrell Temporary Champion bloodline. Can be seen 117 churches.

396-5371 Saturn Lane E. In Orange Park 264. 388.5373. 64 FORD CUSTOM VAN

5258. _.
389.490566TRIUMPH 4dr., HT, Gold w-Blk Vinyl top Blk
NEED EXTRA CASH? Interior,PS,PB,AC, PW..Stereo tape .
Exp. Secty's& TypistWe RENTALSORANGE TR4A ... .
REAL ESTATECASH Radial tires. Exec cond., Owner f'
Wire wheels New
need NOW I top
you relocating, Must sell. 7371602.
Top hourly pay No fee 26.4.6649AS
Victor Temporaries 353-4356 PARK
2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., CADILLAC FLEETWOODFull
We buy,sell and trade equities. Dlswasher, Drapes, Carpets/, power. New engine, New paint,
WANTED Louise T. Bailey Elizabeth Apts. 771-1405 or 7713355. $1200. 384-6291 7722424.
Interviewer for VA approved Computer 771.3605 Broker THE RPRRTmenTI

School. Top earnings plus -
company benefits. Will not Interfer BEINGTRANSFERREDTLet l U11iimmiflCPO0U
with present duties. Can lead to full WE REPRESENT MANY a retired Navy man who understands
time association after discharge. For of the Navy Personnel interested in YOUR problems managethe
local Interview, call Regional Mgr purchase of land for future use or rental of your house until you FURNITUREValues RnD
Mr. J. W. HO ))S. 264-5004, profit.Alsohomes of value, F HA or VA return to Jax.Bartleson GOOD LIFE:
financed, in all sections of city. Please' ,O'Neill& Payne, Inc. THE
contact Tom Brooker, US Navy 1147 So. Edgewood Ave. FROm $120.
REGISTERED R-E SALESMANTo Reitred your interested protected. 388.9311 WHOLESALE
work with established co. Will train WYNNE REALTY FLORIDA, wood
new salesman If necessary Call or INC. VillC\
JBR HOUSE
write, Hilda T.Neth,Realtor. 284.2681. Realtors
Newly painted. For lease $135.. mo. I Road
P. 0. Box 453, GCS, 32043.MISCELLANEOUS. 389-S514 771.2082 block off 103rd St.Louise 2045 Jammes
T. Bailey 10 minutes' from Jacksonville -
HIDDEN WATERS Broker 771-360S ) Out Roosevelt! J

Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots Blvd RiClhi on San l'

-- --- --- available. Excellent fishing, boating, jmntoJ.immcs.Thcn ;
swimming. Mobile Home area. High, apartments! ..{
Irlt to
NEAR NAS Ta > M t
ft CECIL *
A RECORDED MESSAGE BY A FIELD
wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E.
LEADING ANNOUNCER Lake Asbury on No. 209, LaRue. 725- Furn IBR Apt., Air Cond.. .Swim For complete info call-
'Tells you DISCJOCKEY how you may become a 3992. ming pool $75. mo. 771-0348. 7813818'V .

Call 355.2944 any hour SURPLUSaOODSDI5C0UHf

VAAPPROVEDFor WE BUY* SELL EQUITIESCall LAKEFRONTHOMEONDOCTORSLAKE .........,, to",.
.. "OUltIiT
Veterans and serviceman I ""LEN "
us for quick service. j
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Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. 3BR, CH&A, fishing & boating dock.. 1 STOSf :: \A ANIEN e..bdA NEALTTa DtVLOPIIEICT CONN
4543 Wesconnett Blvd. year lease. No small children. $185.
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. 77I-30S2 737.3164 01 35,Beach Blvd. 72-
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. mo. call 2646832.
Pick up & Delivery' Available.
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Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. MOBILE HOMES "P
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard NEW HOMES
accepted. Visitors welcome 5085 3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built-in Range, WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
Edgewood Crt, 369-0064. Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,900 up.
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy.Edw. .
O. Lyon Broker, 389.0361 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern
NEW trailers and apts. 389-3007 INC.
RCA and ZENITH STEREO
Consoles, some with AM-FM tape V
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate COMPAREGet
BEAUTIFUL 2,3,4'S ACRE TRACTSOn 781-5511
PHONE
stock. Full warranty| Phone 7710409. the facts about any home you 1150 LANE AVE., SO.
Normandy Blvd.,two miles west of choose. THEN compare them to our
Cecil Field. Choice homesites, paved Schult home. Use our rental purchase OPEN DAILYITO8:30-SATURDAYITO5
LIVE CRABS road, close to town, local phone, no plan. VA financing available to those SUNDAY 1 TO* PM

Wllford's Fish Camp restrictions. LOW DOWNPAYMENT- who qualify. 9.9 Mon.-Frl..9-5 Sat., 12- ...,..............,.....__.._.... ......-.....V
EASY TERMS -Mobile Homes
264-9707 5 Sun.
Welcome. Free title insurance, lust Price Mobile Home Center VOLKSWAGENS
surveyed. NORMANDY ACRES. Sign 10607 Atlantic Blvd.
FURNITURE on property. Your personal inspection Jax 721-2444 71 POP TOP CAMPER, R&H $3595
invited anytime. DEVELOPER-
Order direct from factory, thru OWNER 2893421. 71 VW BUS $2750
Furniture .Sew 'N' Sound. Inc. Pricedat MOBILE HOME FOR SALE

a fraction above cost. Phone 398- Parkwood, 3BR, bath & half. Small I 70 HONDA, Motorcycle 750 V $1150 |
1683.
1564 Hendricks Ave., corner La equity. Call for appt. 7728276.
Salle St.DON .
PRESCOTT,ARIZONA ,-.- y 71 VW STA. WGN., 16,000 miles, AT, R&H $2895
Offers best climate In the state. "

MILLER KEY MAKER Historic old ranch developed" Into 2. .; "TRANSPORTATIONCYCLE 69 SQUAREBACK, AC, R&H, AT, Low
Bonded Locksmith U.S.N, (Ret.) acre homesites near Prescott Mileage
Deadbolt Locks Installed National Forest. Two acreas: $19995 V $2195

781.5686 low terms. For full details write Mrs. RENTALS 71 SUPER BEETLE, AM-FM Radio,

A.L. Young Glenarm Land Co., 2233 By hour or day. Call Atlantic Car Air $2195
FEDDARS AIR CONDITIONER North 7th St., Phoenix 85006. Rentals. 3875413.

22.000 BTU S75. Westinghouse 9,000 71 VW 411, Sliver Metallic, only 6,000 miles. 4

BTU $35. 387-2818. CHEVY Dr. AT AC $3008
,CLAY COUNTY Must sell I 4dr,AT, R&H, PS,AC$850. ,
Knowles Rd.2BR, I bath, plus unfinished 100 percent financing at Credit Union. 70 GHIA, Coupe, Bright Blue, 6000 miles or 6

LAWN MOWING EDGINGcall guest house. Lot approx. Many new parts. 282-5306. mo. Warr. Guar. on engine $1990
Hart 100x270', Cyclone fence. $11,500.
771.3211 Ext. 8340TYLER'S Lake Asbury Dr.- BR, 2 bath Brick. 71 SUZUKI 70 VW, Fastback, Blue, 23,000 miles, $2450

plus car garage & utility room. 112' on 1800 miles, exec. cond.. $549. Ph. 733- R&H $2012

We service Auto AIR COND.'AC, Central;SERVICE Units lake X436'. $23,000 or buy equity.JOHNS 5161. 4057 Dayrl Rd. SoSlde. 70, VW Bus, R&H $2495

and Window Units. Reasonable.. ORANGEDALE AREA-ST. 68 VW Sedan R&H Blue $1250
,
4BR
4711 Palmer Lake Shore 388-5161 Home with business. 2 story, 64 PLYMOUTH FURY
home with 2BR house in rear. 2 AT, R&H V-$, $150. After 5 p.m. call 66 VW SQUAREBACK, Beige, R&H $1200

FILTER.KLEEN chicken sheds with' 21,000 contract broiler 2645786. Nice, Selection of other Model VW's -;
Pressure washing- Mobile Homes capacity. Painter Poultry
Houses. 354.7576 8 am.6 $38,000. Books open for
p.m. transferable.
4$ FALCON 100 % GUARANTEE!.
inspection. ACREAGEA 6 cyl., stick shift, R&H New tires &
SEWINGMACHINESSTEREOS
7 A 9 acre tract bordering Hwy. 17 New front shocks. Bailey Ext. 442 We gave them the VW point'Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .

I have four 1971 GoldenSew Singer ZigZags S., Clay County. High & dry Many 7713211. we tuned up tightened and replaced everything that needed it.
,and four 1971 beautiful Capehart acre. And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
stereos. Used for display in model trees. $1400. per 71 LANDMASTER TRAVEITRAILER maior mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on in and

homes. Will sell for a fraction of their Twin Realty 27', everything but air. Like new. double check,
2.4-2<81GCS( )
. cost. Each S65.cash,or terms of $9 per Hilda T. Neth Towed approx. 500 miles. Ideal for ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
month. Free home trial Call Display extended travel for 2. plus many ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM __ ''

Manager 398.1683. HILLS extras Included. /50 my equity bal. ......................-...............................29129292929......................... S
CEDAR approx $2700. Credit Union. 6 Street
APPALOOSA MARE 3BR, 1'2 bath fenced, ww carpet, 2 Cir. Callahan 8792208. Aft,4:30 p.m. We also have a fine selection of

5 years old, Good bloodline, confirmation AC units dryer connection small! Wknds. Anytime Sat,-Sun. Domestic carsI
8. colors with papers. Good equity $90.30 mo.
for show or young riders. For appt. to VanSandt, Realtor 3871213 (cont. next column)
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PAGE 14 JAX AIR NEWS TWINGER
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Law Day Luncheon HeldJax TOYS GAMES Ny


John Briggs, U. S. At. responsibilities of all citizens.
torney for the Middle District of
Florida,was the guest speaker at The luncheon-observance was
a joint Navy-Civilian Law Day sponsored by RAdm. Lawrence t ly
R. COMFAIRJAX.
Geis.
observance Monday at the Of-
ficers' Club. Naval officers who participated .
Briggs spoke on the need for included Capt. VernonL.
fostering a deeper understandingamong Micheel, Chief of Staff,
the military and civilian COMFAIRJAX; Capt. John R.
members of the Jacksonville Kincaid, NAS C. 0.; and Cdr.
community in order to strengthenthe Charles E. Waite, Staff Judge J I"
legal processes and thereby Advocate to COMFAIRJAX and "&rp t4MVE1JS YRfJG.4ThA1( OUR ;
preserving the rights and Director, Navy Law Center. NEW "fOP EC.Rf,1' AI<


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NAVY COMMENDATION MEDAL Cdr. John.M. Smith receives the
Navy Commendation Medal from Capt. John R. Kincaid, NAS C. 0.
The award was based on "exceptional professional ability, initiative,
and loyal devotion to duty" while serving as the Periodontist. in the
I'> NAS Dental Department.Poisonous.
I've stopped hunting for


Bargain Baked Enamel Plants



LIN Auto Painting since Can Spoil SummerJax


Every year thousands of children and adults are
I found FACT-0-BAKE accidently poisoned by plant enemies they did not see
and recognize in the woods and fields.A .

4 little knowledge and a little other unsuspecting persons.
WHY BUY A NEW CAR. .WE CAN care could have saved them from The poison may remain nn the

SAVE YOUR OLD CAR AND MAKEIT the painful experience of severe animals' fur for a considerable
skin inflammation and water period of time.
LOOK LIKE NEW WITH blisters that can follow exposureto Smoke from burning plants

OUR FACTORY QUALITY poison ivy, poison oak, or carries the toxin, and can cause
poison sumac. severe cases of poisoning.
PAINTING & BODY REPAIR
These plants occur in almost
& every part of the U. S. in one or Children who have eaten the
more of their various forms. Few fruit have been poisoned. A belief
18 MONTHS WARRANTY IN WRITING persons have sufficient im that eating a few leaves of the

munity to protect them. plant will develop immunity is
Experts suggest that it is worth untrue. No part of the plant
1 while to make 4 special project of should be eaten.
EVERY CAR IS GIVEN- I teaching youngsters to recognizeand
I. Cartful appraisal k'yiptnmtd avoid plants which can harm First symptoms of itching or
tstimators. them. burning sensation may develop in
; 2. A Aria II total |jot lit.r I Many people have learned by a few hours or even five days or
4"_ (fort car enters sho,. experience that they are more after contamination. The
3. A UiMkiltiscltant4tortmovtdirr itching and subsequent in.
,was, susceptible poisoning by poison
grease and road(rimt. ivy,poison oak, or poison sumac. flammation that ususally
Others have develops into water blisters
.. All rusty spots art sanded escaped con may
tamination or have a certain continue for several days.
, 5. Carsarespotprimed! 12. F...r cuts .f l AcrylicEium degree of immunity, the extent of
.
( CariswasktdmarustdissoUmcktmieal.' .l IN Severe infection producemore
I art applied a may
which to be only
.. appears
I dull free stray i .tll.I serious which
7. Carismachintsandtdlo 13. Car i it baked in lasfirtd relative; repeated contact can symptoms,
insure adhesion .,*.flf 3i minuUi result in poisoning of result, in much pain through
\ I. Chrome it 'fully masked" .14. Chrome people
ky womtn. nllcllll.rt. previously immune. abscesses, enlarged glands,
mimaiktd.
EXPERT BODY 9. utcllll.tlli.Car is band, sanded to '15. Cutl mr i is .irtslnrtdwitk The skin irritant of poison ivy, fever, or other complications.

y 10. Car is inspected ky lint II against m' wntttNwarranty chi,. poison oak and sumac is a non Secondary infections are
AND RUST foreman ping, titling, tracking volatile phenolic substance called always a possibility in any breakin
.
REPAIRS I 11.I Car solution is washed lo remove in Eiwai final and tumivt. fadinf. urushiol, found in all parts of the the skin, which occurs when
t grit and wai. plant including roots and fruit. It water blisters breakId.a.amna.tttatr.v.
occurs in great abundance in the
plant sap.Danger. -
of poisoning is greatest I I PHONE 3D 1535'

L LOCATIONS TO ACRYLIC METALLIC COLORS FINANCING WINDSHIELDS in the Spring and Summer, when I tAid I
TWO SERVE YOU BETTER A SEALER| NO! EXTRA AVAILABLE REAR GLASS sap is abundant, and least in late
,INCLUDED CHARGE SEALEDRUSTPROOFING Fall and Winter.A a I
1=
very small amount of the

poisonous substance can produce J rl 1249.mi King Sf. J
IS .. INSIDE STORY severe inflammation of the skin Jacksonville,Florida 32204 I
and is easily transferred from '
one object to another.. WANTED |

MMMooo MMM KXM panels wsroa IN MMMOOO Clothing may become con I. USED CAMERAS AND !
rom a1GMt Wills taminated and a source of EQUIPMENT. WE PAY 1
MUM infection. I TOP DOLLAR I
TAKOMIMCH prolonged Dogs and -3s.8SU
la cats can contact the plants and (BRING THIS AD WITH YOU I
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4512 SHIRLEY AVE.
'\ Call 772.8477

2 BLOCKS FROM CORNER ROOSEVELT & SAN JUAN
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FRA Sets Barbequejax Teen Club' : I


The FRA 91 Club will sponsor a family cookout If Needs Manager.
Saturday May 6, at 5391 Collins Road. Jax WANTED:

The menu includes,: Barbecue Chicken, Potato Salad, Full time summer
and Baked Beans. Manager for NAS Jax
Donations of $1.25 for all you can eat and a slightly Teen Club. Send
lesser charge for children under 12 will be accepted. Resume' to

Dinner will be served from 4-7 p.m. and a band will be Custodian, Composite
provided later in the evening.All I;. Recreation Fund,

FRA and LAFRA members and guests are invitedto 4 Box 14, Building 704,
come out and join in the good food, fun and en- NAS Jacksonville,
tertainment.For 32212.
further information call 264-9166 or 264-2833.
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New ReUp Standards Set f.j ),

1
Jax New reenlistment July 1.The.

standards in the area of requirements for an MATSG RETIREMENT Master Gunnery Sergeant Dewey L DEERSPRINGS
minimum overall trait Honorable Discharge Stewart receives congratulations from Lt. Col. L. E. Blanchard, ESTATES
averages will soon be remain the same: a MATSG C.O.after completing a 21 V:year career. He had served with I
effective.The minimum of a 2.7 average MATSG since June of 1970. KEYSTONE AT HEIGHTS

new requirement is overall with a minimum of --.._.... -- MOBILE HOMESITES '
::: 1 Social security often helps
officers first 3.0 average in the trait of .
that petty r -r pay the cost of services pro- Clyde W. Simpson & Co
class must attain a military behavior. t.1 -.-, vided to disabled workers by REALTOR 356-6849
minimum overall trait t- It. '. 1 L W'/J'dJI"C JII"" .; State rehabilitation agencies.
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I The Other Roosevelt Roads 1942Pinups .,-,.'

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EVER American has heard the inspiring 75m. From'I.''I.,

personal story of the man who overcame DOWDELL'S KNOB, one of the late
infirmity to become President of the drive President's favorite spots on the scenic Atlanta YANK 'wl ri: :
United States. You and your youngsterswill through FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT STATE ,
gain much in a visit to Warm Springs, 'ARK.On the crest of Pine Mountain,over Scale of Miles :

where FDR found new physical and spirit. barbecue looking the broad valley, you'll see the o I 10, 20 I 'I'i
ual strength and made his second home. friends pit where he grilled steaks for f'i
And across the mountain at Callaway and neighbors. FOR enjoyed driv ,

Gardens, a showplace of the modern ing Fala these roads accompanied by his dog N s: 1
South, you can fish or boat in one lake, Service, and playfully eluding his Secret 42
ski men. He took a personal interest 85 "'i,
swim or water in another. It's the per. in 4 4Y
feet spot for a family outing. developing the park, including the ;I
beautiful t,,
Liberty Bell
Bring a picnic lunch and plenty of film. pool. -shaped swimming 29 Fayetteville *
Discover the wonders of America that lie "
along your way on this 176-mile trip. Join the This part of Georgia was included In Newnan SENOIA PK.N .,-;
the tour at any point, or. territory ceded to the United States r.'
by the famous Indian Springs treaty of ,t"J
1825. KING'S GAP,In the heart of the park, Senoia ,
START by going south on the '1
expressway was an important Indian pass and early ,
(Int. 75)) to the junction with Route 85. settlement. 29 33 "

Drive south on Route 85 through rolling Upon leaving the park, continue weston ,

Piedmont country to. Route 190 to its junction with U.S. 27.. 21 85La '
Then turn north.
21m. ,FAYETTEVILLE, home of FAYETTE r

COUNTY COURTHOUSE, the oldest in Georgia 82m. CALLAWAY GARDENS Is a vast Grange : ;
+
((1825)). It was the only Georgia public playground established by the late Georgia Woodbury >.<
building spared in Sherman's march to philanthropist, Cason Callaway, to provide 85
the sea. Continue on Route 85 to inspiration and recreation for the 2 7 r,9 W cb

people. It has become known throughoutthe .*. Warm Sprs. p n.MILLIONAIRE .
34m. SENOIA. You may want to stop at nation on several counts, including CALLAWAY* 190 M? LITTLE WHITE r
SENOIA PARK.There are picnic facilities anda its water ski tournaments,selective breeding GARDENS 9 HOUSE
swimming pool there, as well as a play. of superior pine trees, and wide variety 4 t
ground where small children may romp of flowering shrubs. The Gardens 7 1 ROOSEVELT ST. PK.

and stretch their legs. Continue south on originally were begun as a memorial to Tour Route Howard

Route 85 through Woodbury and go righton Cason Callaway's mother, but they 'represent \E7 Interstate Highway Numbers Hughes introduced Jane Russellin

Route 85W to. a living tribute to his vision and (@) u. S. Highway NumbersTo one of the first X-rated move
devotion to his state.A ies back in the forties.

65m.WARM SPRINGS. Franklin D. Roosevelt five-mile drive winds around MOUNTAIN [ ] State Highway Numbers S------------

first came to this village at the foot CREEK LAKE, largest of the eleven manmade 12 Approximate Mileages 1 INTERNATIONAL i
ACCOUNTS'
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Of PINE MOUNTAIN as a polio Victim in lakes. Walking trails lead through 1 SOCIETY, INC, 1
1924, to exercise in the warm, buoyant flowering woodlands. The largest inland I Division ol Bell&Howell Schools '
spring waters. Through his efforts, the sand beach in America borders more thana tional school, offering degrees in the liberal 1 p,o. BO* W4Jacksonville
Georgia Warm Springs Foundation was half mile of spring-fed ROBIN LAKE. The arts and business administration. I fit. 12210 1

established here, providing therapy to Gardens are almost a complete vacation- Follow U.S. 29 north to 1"Your Success Through. Accounting" 1
many victims of polio over the years. land. You can bring a picnic lunch or eat Free Information No Obligation ,

in the dining room,overlooking the lake. I MR,MRS. 1
Besides swimming and fishing, you can MISS '
66m. LITTLE WHITE HOUSE, largely re play golf at a thirtysix-hole lakeside 134m. NEWNAN. Here your drive takes I STREET 1
tained as it was when FOR died here in
1945. Roosevelt course; you can stay overnight, if you you through a prosperous farming and I CITY -,. -'.' ..:.- 1
chose a natural setting section. the War Be.
fruit-growing During
for decide to make a weekend of it, at motelor ;STATE ZIP. 1
his home. Inside the are
living room reservations tween the States, Newnan's white-col
cottages, with in advance. 1
the same partly burned logs in the fireplace Continue north on U.S. 27 to. umned mansions were used as hospitals.It 'TELEPHONE '
that were there on April 12, 1945, is still one of Georgia's most attractive I Approved Under New G.I. Bill
and the unfinished portrait for which' communities. Continue northeast into Interstate I Check .hre H entitled
Roosevelt was sitting when he was fatally 85, then on to I D To G.I. till koneflts 1 J"''
stricken. 1
I Accredited by the
You may also visit the nearby museum Accrediting Commission of the
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building, opened by the State in 1961 to National Home Study Council 1
display the priceless collection of Roosevelt 176m. ATLANTA, the town that was once 1.1Get
burned to the ground by General Sherman. '
mementos from all over the world.
Among its multifarious and fascinating It was rapidly rebuilt and designated the
state capital in 1868 and is of historical
objects are a embroidered portrait of now e
Roosevelt from China, a miniature throneof significance and representative of
the "New South." Not only is Atlanta a etiiersp
avodire wood.from the African Gold 101m. LA GRANGE, a major textile centerof
leading trading, industrial and manufacturing tOg

Coast, and a walking stick showing the the South. If you have a college bound d
city but it has than 100
heads more
of all
the United
States Presidents. teenager in the family, be sure to see the
parks, a number of them equipped with
Drive south on Route 85W to the of Establishedin
junction campus LA GRANGE COLLEGE.
golf courses, swimming pools and tennis
with Route 190, then turn west to. 1831, the college is a senior co-educa- courts the whole family can enjoy. torafttsn




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Opening ForSummerJax ,

The first annual Mem-
by John Landry fleet of day sailers up to nine and ber-Guest Ladies Golf
surely provide for some exciting Tournament
Association was
announced the following
Special Services has JAX to Host 6th Naval District match racing. A station notice held at the NAS Course last week.
summer schedule for the six NAS outdoor pools: Sailing ChampionshipsNAS will be forthcoming, giving the The winners were as follows:
POOL 419 (NATTC) Jacksonville will host this details and regulations for these

Opens Saturday, May 6 year's Sixth Naval District races but start lining up your LOW GROSS WINNER
Sailing Championships August 14 ,crew now and get some practicein
Open daily from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Francis Lynch 76
through 18. Winners will May. The Sail Club monthlyrace
Closed on Thursdays represent the district at the East will be held Sunday May 21 1st FLIGHT'4th
Coast Open at Annapolis August so why not take advantage of it low net Lucy Powell
44r" 21-24. From there,the All Navy to put.your crew to the test. 3rd low net Emily Brown
2nd low net Lassie Mahoney
Championship will be held
POOLS 10 AND 14 (OFFICERS' POOLS) .
August 30-September 1 in Great Power Squadron Elections low net Francis Lynch

Opens Saturday, May 6 Lakes. Nominations for election of
20 21 27 28 29, June 3, 4,10,11 officers were conducted by the 2nd FLIGHT
Open May 6, 7,13,14, ,
last .
Navy Jax Power Squadron 4th low net Tootie Tice
The Navy Jax Sail Club has
from 12 to 6 p.m. 'j Tuesday.Elections will be held at 3rd low net Esther Bird
daily beginning June 13-from 12 to 6 p.m. agreed to sponsor the district .
Open races and is proposing that an the June 6th meeting. 2nd low net Tenny Bennett
Closed on Mondays. intramural racing series be low net Esther Price

conducted in June and July to MiscellaneousA 3rd
FLIGHT4th
4 J1.
command bulletin board is maintained
.. determine a championand low net Alice Mills
to select a station at the marina club house for 3rd low net Sanders2nd
Betty
POOL 707 (CPO POOL) representative team for the advertisement of boats, motors low net Mary Gruesser,

Opens Saturday, May 13 district race. and marine accessories. low net Betty Harper4th

OpenMay 13, 14, 20,21 ,28, 29, June 3, 4, 10, 11 from 12 to 6p.m. Both launching ramps have
The Day Sailers will be the been dredged and are, now FLIGHT4th

June 12 from 12 to 6 p.m. class boat used for the Jax races usable. Marty Foster, of the low net Marge Strayve3rd
Open daily beginning Power Club advises that cautionbe
and Bud Lucas, the marina low net Mary Holloway2nd
Closed on Wednesdays manager,has come forth with the used as'the water may be low net Dot Hilton
good news that six new day deeper than expected off the end low net Jean Schuster5th
4 4 sailers will be received on boardin of the ramps. Familiarize

POOLS 36 and 37 (ENLISTED POOLS) June,hopefully in time for the yourself thoroughly with the FLIGHT4th
intramurals. This will bring our physical characteristics before low net Cynthia Taeusch3rd

Opens Saturday May 6 (Pool 36 opens May 15)) you possibly back off your of, these trailer ramps.onto, and low net Mary Ann Clann
2nd low
net Lucille Rae
Open May 6, 7,13,14,20,21,27,28,29June, 4,10,11 from 12 Tips'on Sailing low net Polly Tieslau6th
to 6 p.m. Intramural We, who sail one-design boats

Pool 36 open daily beginning June 12 from 12 to 6 p.m. are not designers and should not FLIGHT4th
June 12 from 2:30 to 6 Pistol concern ourselves too much with low .
Pool 37 open daily beginning : p.m. net Laura Roberts3rd
the of hull have
shape a once we
low net Diane Butts
Closed -Thursdays..
StandingsNATIONAL picked our particular class.Whatwe 2nd low net Eleanore Greenwood *
should concern ourselves
with but often overlook is the
low net Lorna Quamme
LEAGUEW LMARTD finish we have on our hull.Beforeour
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I Swim Orlando Team MeetJax SixthIn .[: :: l : :: ":!:i :'"" 'i' ;! I'"E::" .



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members ,
Eighteen of the boys 50-yard fly. Jim also took a U1'W fij.J.C ;:, ::::nf..M'Til; lf..wjWd: ;[f.jiWtit.r.im: v .RmN
Navy Jax Swim Team recently fourth place ribbon in the
50-yard Jax After the first day military and retired Mackroth Field. All in-
traveled to Orlando to compete in free, a fifth place in the 50-yard
the Annual Orange Blossom back and a sixth place in the 100- in the Fleet Air Jax members of the NAS Golf terested personnel are
Invitational hosted by the South yard free. Seven-year-old John BowlingTournament Course with an establishedclub requested to attend both
Orange YMCA. Out of a large Brennock took a fifth place in the being held at the Jax handicap. Play will be workouts.Jax .
field of East Coast entries, Navy eight-and-under boys fly and a Center Com- 36 holes medal
Bowling play Entry
Jax took a sixth place in the team sixth place in the 100-yard I. M. The 6th Naval
FairJax was leading the fees are $2.00 individual -
competition The Swim Team's relay teams per District Tennis Tournament -
Leading the team in individual added many points with the 13-14 standings with a total pin will be held in Julyat
point making was Patti Milewski girls taking a second place in the fall of 2623 In second placewas Club Championship will Naval Base Key West.
who captured a second place 200-yard medley relay and third VA-12 with 2613 and in be determined by scratch All interested in
medal in 13-14 girls 100-yard place in the 200-yard free relay. personnel
third was VW-4 with 2596. play, however awards will
NAS Jax in
breast and a third place medal in The senior girls won fourth place representing
Gene Dronette of the be to low net
the 100-yard free. Patti also tooka in both the 400-yard medley and presented the 6ND Tournament are
fourth place ribbon in the 100- free relays. The 1M2 boys relay ComFairJax team had the shooters. Interested asked to contact the NAS
yard back and the 200-yard individual team took sixth place ribbons in high series for the first personnel are encouragedto athletic office at Ext. 3239as
medley events. Judy the 200-yard medley relay and round with a 615 set which sign up at the Club .
soon as possible.Jax
Milewski placed fifth in the 200- 200-yard free relay. included a 221 game. House prior to May 10.
yard breast stroke in senior The Navy Jax Swim Team is Wheeler of the

women's competition while Pam. now busy preparing for the Jax The annual Naval Jax The Jax Navy Woodpeckers No.1 team ...
Kangas took a sixth place ribbonin summer swimming competition. Air Station Golf Club
Fliers Softball team is had the high series in last
the eight-and-under girls 25- Their schedule will include many
Championship Tour- it's weeks' Intramural
yard back event. novice meets to be held in scheduled to open
Top point maker in the boys Jacksonville. Novice and nament will be held at the season next week but Bowling action with a 601

events was Jim Scott who won a beginner swimmers are welcometo NAS Golf Course on players are still needed to series that included a 239

third place medal. ... in....the.1112ftftftfrn join the team as well as older Saturday and Sunday, fill several positions. game. Leapline of the Flap
::: ::::: : ::*:*:*::::::::::::::i:::::::::::::::::::3'::::: swimmers. Interested families May 13 and 14. Tryouts will be held this Jax team had the highest

IntramuralGolf may Mrs.call Kangas Mrs.at Scott'2646084.at 771-7495 or Eligible participants are Friday at 4 p.m. and game of last week with a

all male active duty Sunday at 11 a.m. on 252 in his 598 series..

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PLATE RIB& K. I LOIN' ROUND .
: SECTION CAD ON CHART .. iII I SECTION CAD ON CHART

4 4' I !CHUCK HUCKIOASTSHOULDERIOAST STEAK STEW I I. Special #2U.S.D.A.CHOICE aww I 1 --SIRLOIN PORTERHOUSE -* BEEF ROUND SHANK STEAK I
CHUCK ROAST BRISKET -BONES *STEW MEAT
I RIB: STEAKS 'SHANK BEEF I I I I :RUMP ROAST *GROUND BEEF'RIBROASTS I
'GROUND BEEP EYE ROAST SIRLOIN TIP ROAST
SHORT RIBS 'SWISS/ STEAK
PLATE LOIN & RIBS 82010 I I I

: $IHGO = ; 'RIB RIB STEAK ROASTS ''SIRl01NTIP BEEF FLANKS I $ iSO'

I SHORT RIBS BRISKET PER MONTH FOR 4 MONTHS I I
... I I .S/RlOIN'/ STEW MEAT ,.
S PORTERHOUSE GROUND BEEF (Example 67-Ib.:.120.?....lb......tarn.........ot.....cash..'80.40 IHa
I PER MONTH FOR Er.120Ibt. I I BONES ovg.wt.1?0 lb..-700 Ib*. jjj I .
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4 MONTHS (a> .. PER MONTH FOR 4 MONTHS
I OTHER NO INTEREST CHARGES.OR wl.v 62'Ib.. I :. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ."" I <@Example>73Ib.:.I..JO.M.H.(bs.tarn.at.....cath.. 87.60ov9.wl. I
120-200 ibs .10lbt.-700 lb..
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MU flH DURING OUR M DAYS WITH PURCHASE
t: OF 100 LBS OF BEEF.OR MORE
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Vt $500 Sibs Sibs 5 lbs 5 Ibs lOlbs 5 Ibs .

COUPON BACON HOT DOGS PIC NICK SAUSAGE CHICKEN PORK CHOPS /

i' Toward Purchase
of Specials 1.2.3 $100 $1 00 $00 $ i 00 $1 00 $ i 00 ",

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NO M0NEY DOVilNREQUIRED :1- MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
S -I HOURS: 9 AM,>9PM, ,.

SATURDAY ;
NO CARRYING OR INTEREST CHARGES &SUNDAY A.M.TOFOROPENINGYOUR J J'r
PAYMENT STARTS 45 DAYS FROM PURCHASE


I. ';. CALL NOW fREE
; 120-DAYS ACCOUNT ADVANCE
TO HOLDTHESE PRICES {
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.ALL SUBJECT BEEF SOLD HANGING CUTTINGAND WEIGHT BUDGET I BEEF 15 'LBS. '

TRIM LOSS
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4371 UNIVERSITY BLVD. '
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. 737-5596 ALL MEAT CUT BY APPOINTMENT
LB. FREE CUTTING&WRAPPING I

, i 8gero$139 ALLORDERS i

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