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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: May 11, 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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VOL. 30 NO. 8 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida MAY 11, 1972 ':: :

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-The following items highlight this week in Navy News: ,\
x Vietnam Forces Praised -
The Naval build-up off Southeast Asia was the subject of a recent
message from the Chief of Naval Operations. "
> Admiral Zumwalt said, "I do not need to dwell on the increased W .
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1 intensity of sea operations..However, I want to pay tribute to our ,
magnificent men who have fought so well. They make me deeply -JiI QI
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proud. ,
The CNO continued that he realized the difficulties Involved in the
f. rapid deployment of additional ships to Southeast Asia, and added that
; the Navy will do all it can to alleviate the uncertainty caused in the
build-up by maintaining a steady flow of information to Navy per
X sonnel and their dependents.He .
stressed Familygrams and briefings for dependents as two of
the channels that should be used to carry this flow.

.. Currently,the Navy's force off Southeast Asia includes five carriers /' ._ ,.. '
along with cruisers and numerous smaller ships.
; AMTRAK Drops Uniform RequirementThe HELPING THE HANDICAPPED-L.R) Cdr. Claude P. Caviness, CO. of NARU'S Reserve Unit 1
National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK) has NARDIV F.1, Preston Oliver the Jacksonville JayceesLt. Brian M. Connolly and ADJC George E.
announced that active duty military men no longer have to wear their Bell also representing NARU's Weekend Warriors, look over the official rule book for the Regional
,J uniform while purchasing reduced-rate, coach-class railroad tickets, Special Olympics held Saturday. Twelve enlisted volunteers from NARDIV F-l also helped supervisethe
or when traveling.At event in which 250 handicapped children participated.
the proper request of ticket agents or conductors, military per-
sonnel must show their ID cards and their leave papers.
AMTRAK, which controls the nation's inter-city passenger service, Despite Her Own Problems
added that one-way and round-trip coach fares are normally ,
,discounted at 25 percent for servicemen travelling on leave.

100th Nuclear Sub CommissionedThe Still Room For
100th nuclear-powered submarine built for the U. S. Navy was Navy Relief

commissioned Friday at the Naval Submarine Base, New'London, .. ,,_ t..
Conn_ .">' Jax Mrs. Irma Spires, a 60 year old employee in NAS Supply, made a $100 ,
USS SILVERSIDES(SSN-619)will bethe 97th nuclear-powered submarine contribution to the Navy Relief aftert attending the Society's Fund Drive Kickoff
still on active duty. last week.
A Sturgeon-class attack submarine,the new sub is deep-diving witha
and is for believe the Navy Relief forced to retire because of ill
long-rangt cruising capability, especially configured
operations against other submarines.It is an integral part of our health and I were in Florida and j
and is always on duty we were notified that our son was ,
Li highly suited as a "killer submarine" for operations with ASW
task groupsCand. units, and will have a crew of 12 officers and 95 with a helping hand to quite ill in California,'* she said, a
enlisted those who come to them relating one instance when the
men
Another milestone in the growth of the nuclear Navy will be reached a real need," Mrs. Spires Navy Relief Society stepped in,
May 13 when the Navy's second nuclear-powered carrier, USS explaining her contribution. "and assured us that atrip wouldbe
CHESTER A.NIMITZ (CVAN-68) will be launched at Newport News, Spires, whose husband is arranged for me to visit my
VA. retired Warrant son. I made that trip, and only
in ,has been associated with because I received this helping
Navy since 1928. In these 44 hand in my time of trouble."
! New SECNAV Sworn In there were good and bad Irma Spires said she has seen

I ,she says,adding that when the proof of the Navy Relief's
a Jax John W. Warner was sworn in Thursday as the at going was rough the Navy slogan "The Navy Takes Careof
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Secretary of the Navy by' Secretary of Defense there to help. Its Own" many times over
new
husband, who had been the years.r' .
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: President Nixon to succeed JohnH. resignation, Mr. Warner was <
Chafee, who submitted his serving as the Under Secretaryof ,
; resignation last month. the.Navy. 2379."I
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enlisted in the Navy in 1944 '

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duty in 1946 as an Electronic '
Technician Third Class. ({
After returning to school, he :
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Called to active duty in 1950, ,
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munlcations officer for two _
Marine Air Units in Korea.
To serve with Mr. Warner will
\ be the Under Secretary ,of the +. =awMSA.
Navy appointee, Mr. Frank P. FIRST CONTRIBUTION to the 1972 Navy Relief Fund Drive is a
Sanders. Mr. Sanders is check from the Navy Exchange Employees The check Is k
resigning his post as Assistant by'Cdr. Donald Springer, Navy Exchange Officer, to Capt. !'
Secretary of the Navy (Financial Wright, who is the executive secretary of the Jacksonville
II' Management) to accept the new or Relief auxilliary,while the fund drive chairman, Capt. Richard
John W. Warner position. O'Loughlin looks on. .
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Friday 6 pm May Portions, Franconia Potatoes
11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to I a.m
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Friday & Saturday Tues. Thurs. Sunday
Saturday 2 pm Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choice of Bar, Jelly Rolls Vanilla Pudding.
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11i1m..l1p.m.Fri.Sat Noon to Midnight to midnight Ham or Pork Sausage, Ham Omelet, SANDWICH LINE Cold Plate
9 a.m to 2 a.m na.m"iI.m. Baked Pork & Beans, Pastry Bar. Assorted Cold Cuts, Cheese, Potato
Sunday Monday thru Thur Sunday 2 pm DINNER Manhattan Clam Chowder, Salad, Baked Beans Potato Chips,
9 '.m. to Midnight 11 '.m. to MidnIght to 7 pmChafee's Seafood Platter of Shrimp, Oysters, Dessert Bar.
Scallops or Baked Beef w-Noodles, Tuesday,M.y"
Tartar Sauce, Parsley Buttered BREAKFAST! Chilled PineappleJuice
Potatoes, Buttered Broccoli, Buttered Hot Oatmeal, Chilled Plums,
Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Black. Freid Eggs to Order,Griddle Cakes w.
Last Message -W berry Tarts, Brown Sugar Cookies. Syrup Choice of Bacon of" Luncheon
rl; SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy Joes on Meat, Corned Beef Hash, Hard
Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor Cooked Eggs Pastry Bar.
Frankfurters, French Fried DINNER Puree of Bean 'Soup,
.Jox For the past three-and-one-half years, have had the privilegeof Potatoes, Dessert Bar. Ginger Pot Roast of Beef, Natural
heading the world's finest organization the United States Navy .,. .-"'""" 4"'or.-<<=-,.:,:.-:, .>, SUPPER Hot Roast Beef Sand Gravy, Oven Browned Potatoes,
wiches, Brown Gravy, French Fried Seasoned Cabbage Buttered Lima
f and Marine Corps team. NAVAL AIR STATION Potatoes, Buttered Carrots, Southern Beans, Salad Bar, Cherry Pie, Oat.
You, the men and women, military and civilian, who make up this Fried Okra, Salad Bar, Strawberry meat Cookies.
team are unsurpassed In ability, dedication, drive and resour- PROTESTANT Shortcake, Chocolate Pudding. SANDWICH LINE: Chill Dogs or
SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers Grilled Ham & Cheese French Fried
cefulness. To each of you I express my grateful thank for the SUNDAY or Frankfurters, Egg Salad Potatoes, Dessert Bar.

progress made during my tour. feel. Incredibly fortunate to have Sandwich, French Fried. ,Potatoes SUPPER: Chicken Ala King or Beef
been associated with you. Church School (all ages) 9 a.m. Dessert, Bar. Porcupines Whipped Potatoes,

.1 depart with full confidence that the future of this magnificent at Chapel Annex. Divine Worship Saturday,May 13 Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Brussel

organization Is In splendid hands. John Warner, your new secretary, 10:30: a.m. at All Saints' Chapel. BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange Juice, Sprouts, Boiled Blackeyed Peas,
Hominy Grits, Fried.Eggs to Order, Raisin Nut Cake, Lime Jello
has been outstanding as Under Secretary and will be a superb Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Griddle Cakes or French Toast w- SANDWICH LINE! Cold Plate,

Secretary In Adm. Zumwalt and Gen. Cushman you have High) 10:30 a.m. at Chapel An- Syrup, Choice of Bacon or'LuncheonMeat Assorted Cold Cuts, Cheese, French
magnificent military leaders who know their business..In nex. Junior and Senior Youth Scrambled Eggs Cheese, Fried Potatoes, Dessert Bar.
saying goodbye, I wish to of and Hash Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Wednesday,May 17
everyone you your families good
Fellowship 1130 at Bldg.722.
p.m. BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Chicken Rice BREAKFAST! Chilled Tomato Juice,
fortune In every respect. May the Lord shower his blessings on you. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. at Soup, Chili Con. Carne or Grilled- Cooked Farina Fried Eggs to Order,

the Small Chapel. Frankfurters, Steamed Mice, Salad French Toast Syrup, Choice of Hamor
John F. Chafee Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Iced Fruit Bars. Pork Sausage, Baked Beans,
Secretary of the Navy Tuesday SUPPER Baked Veal Loaf or Fried Southern Style Corn Bread Pastry
Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m. at Perch, Gravy, Tartar Sauce) Fried Bar.
Bldg. 750 and Christian Science Rice, Simmered Pinto Beans, But DINNER: Minestrone Soup, Grilled
Service 8 p.m. at the Small tered Brussel Sprouts, Salad Bar, Beef Steaks,Mushroom Gravy, Baked
t't Chape) ,Raspberry Jelly r Orange Pudding.' Potatoes, Buttered Cream Style Corn,
Sunday May 14BREAKFASTa Sayteed' Mushrooms & Onions
t NEWS Chilled Apple Juice, Seasoned Green Beans, Salad Bar,
AX AIR NAVAL HOSPITAL Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order, Pumpkin Pie, Iced Fruit Bars.
Divine Worship 10 a.m. at St. Griddle Cakes or French Toast w. SANDWICH LINE Submarine
Lukes. Syrup. Grilled Minute Steaks, Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers,
Baked Beans, Lyonnaise Potatoes, Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes,
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper NATTC Pastry Bar.BRUNCH Potato Chips, Dessert Bar.

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval 1 Air .Station, ,Protestant Worship Service, Barbecued: at Beef 10 a.m.Cubes Vegetable French Soup, SUPPER.Braised Liver w-Onlons or
Fried
Jacksonville/ ,, Florida, by; the Holt Publishing Company} a 10:30: a.m in Building 500. Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Bar, Swedish Buttered) Meat Egg Balls Noodles, Brown, Buttered Gravy,

private firm All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Cherry Pie, Oatmeal Cookies. Squash, Seasoned Green Peas Salad
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2. NA6 SUPPER Chicken Fricassee, Bar, Raspberry Jello, Orange Pud
Jacksonville/ by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News CATHOLICSaturday Snowflake Potatoes, Baking Powder ding.
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 711.3118 or Mass 5 p.m. at St. Biscuits, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered SANDWICH LINEr Sloppy Joes on
3119. Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass 8 Squash, Seasoned Green Beans, Salad Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor
Bar, Raisin Nut Cake, Vanilla Pud- Frankfurters French Fried
a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- ding.
Potatoes, Dessert Bar.Thursday .
"F.\; rYlhinJ: advertised in this publication must be made Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and, ,
available/ for purchase use or patronage without regard to race, Friday*111:30: a.m. WednesdayMass BREAKFAST Monday: Chilled May IS GrapefruitJuice BREAKFAST Chilled,May II

creed ('color national! origin/ or sex of the purchaser user or 11:30 a.m. at the Naval Buttered Hominy Grits Fried Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs Orange to Order Juice,,
patron. A ('''nirnU'd'iolaton/ or rejection of this policy of equal' Hospital Chapel. Saturday Eggs to Order, French Toast Syrup, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice of
opportunities/ by an advertiser! will result in the refusal to print Confessions 4:15: and 5 p.m. Choice of Thin Pork Chops or Ham, Bacon or Luncheon Meat Minced
advertising/ from that source." Creamed Dried Beef, Hashed Brown Beef on Toast Home Fried Potatoes,
Potatoes Pastry Bar Pastry Bar.DINNERS .
NATTC DINNER: Chicken Noodle Soup, Tomato Rice Soup, Hot
Advertisements are solicited by ,the publisher and queries Roast Pork Loin,
Sunday Mass 9:30: a.m. in Brown Gravy, Turkey Sandwiches or Roast Veal,
concerning such should be directed to; Building 500. Grilled Potato Cakes, Apple Sauce, Brown Gravy Showflaked Potatoes,
Creamed Peas & Carrots, Simmered Bread Dressing Simmered Pinto
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Sauerkraut, Salad
Bar, Strawberry Beans, Buttered Broccoli Spears,
4747 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville Fla. Cream Pie, Brownies. Salad Bar Baked
32210 A disabled Apples, Peanut
dependent widower SANDWICH LINE: Chicken Salad or Butter Cookies.SANDWICH .
Telephone 388-2755 may be eligible for so Grilled Hamburgers, Frankfurters, LINE Cold Plate,
datcel'urit\ benefits on his French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Assorted Cold Cuts Cheese, Potato
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J Drug Awareness Team ,.,
Jax During the course of giving presentations on drugs, one r- The
question that always comes up is, "HOW CAN I HELP IN DRUG Navy 4
PROBLEMS?" Wives Service In-

'1 The Navy has set up several programs to help people with drug formation School
problems.One is the Naval Drug Rehabilitation Center,refered to as starts another class

NDRC. Monday at 8:30: a.m.
Here,people are rehabilitated to fit back into the Naval society. : r
Classes will be held
Another is the Care Center, where, on an out-patient basis, coun- ?N +Y 11rg
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selors are able to help people in rehabilitating themselves.As until 12:30, Monday
for the civilian community,there are several places a person can through Wednesday
go. One is the LIFE DRUG PROGRAM.At Room 240, at Hangar
one time residential treatment facilities were limited. They 1000 for Navy wives in
would receive the treatment necessary and then return to the same
the Husbandsare
environment on the streeet. The program has set up LIFE HOUSE. area.
LIFE HOUSE is under the direction of Northeast Florida Com C also encouragedto
prehensive Drug Control Program. The major funding for this treat attend. '
.ment center is part of a grant from the National Institute of Mental If interested, call

Health. 4 Chief Gage at 3161 for
a I
This grant provides money for rentsalariesinsurance,and minimal information.If .
substances for the anticipated 50 residents.To .
make this desperately needed treatment center a comfortable
home for the people living in it, community support is needed for the SUPER FROCKS When the Mad Foxes of VP-5 Crocked LCdr.
following: "Mac" McHenry and LCdr. Homer Haeklns, they went about it In a you are disabled and un
FUNDS:(to make needed repairs on the building, plumbing, roof, "big"way. These shoulder boards may not be suitable for everydaywear able to visit a social security
electrical work, and renovations.) ,but their new titles certainly fit. VP-5 Is deployed to Sigonella, office to apply for benefits, a
SERVICES: (any outside expertise that our residents could benefit Sicily. representative will visit you.
from in rebuilding their lives.)
HOUSEHOLD GOODS: '(sheets,pillows,paint, silverware, chairs,
etc.)
They want to make a therapeutic community something special that
Jacksonville will be proud of.With your help,I'm sure that no only you
and Jacksonville will be proud, but the people living there will be
proud as well.
The house will be a large hotel with a non-institutional atmosphere.
Everyone in the house will be free from drugs.The patients will come
from courts, day care units, hospital detoxification, and other agen

cies.Let's
all pitch in and help.A little of your time can mean a lot.
For more information,feel free to call the Life Drug Program at 358- .
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(II. I lax Reenlistments I Board Identification Rids UniformsOf MarksJax '


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.,;':>.i Enlisted men will no longer wear unit iden '
.!II iR ,w+P tification marks or Battle E's on their sleeves when the j

)' : ', rt""i" ; '" ', new officer-CPO type blues come next July. J

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.,j i x ,'Iii"'\,.,. \'cl...'" ;... : (\\iL'" :,.I,. '. \i Uniform Board recently, along their service ribbons on nonmilitary -
\ + :.'I : "" with a move allowing enlistees to uniforms such as police,
r r F t .. I( wear the blues as a working band or Boy Scouts outfits.
i 1 t ; } 1 uniform, if worn with the Authorizing the women of.
...j".. 't.,. required flannel shirt. ficer's tiara as an optional item.
"\ i.i : Other decisions by the board Adoption of new insignia for
: jt included: divers.
\ A new uniform for enlisted When the new uniform goes
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..-: '1.1"1" women. into effect, POls and below can
t Protective clothing for wear the winter working blues as
motorcyclists in uniform. an option to the regular dungaree
2V New baseball cap for the outfit. This may be especially
TOP.LEVEL REENLISTMENT Capt. John R. Kincaid, NAS CO. dungaree uniform instead of the appealing to office workers as a
administers reenlistment oath to AT2 Neal E. Adams at AFEES. white hat. smart substitute for dungarees.All \
AT2 Adams shipped over for six years and'received a $10,000 bonus. ASM3 JOSEPHINO J. CLE- Only two command or cruise that is needed to convert the
MENTE shipped over for six patches on working jackets. dress blue uniform into a working
+ay rr :: years at VP.45. uniform is the blue flannel shirt,
q which should cost less than $11.
The new uniform for women is
still in planning and would not
become a reality for many years,
V V as current stocks must be
s depleted. They would be of the
Se r: } same cut and style, but of the
same lightweight, near-black
fabric as the men's uniforms.
J Like the men, the women will
D have silver buttons and the same
At yql < silver grade pin-on hat devices.
t r R VVVa. ,n The current sewn lapel insigniawill
CE be eliminated.
V a_ The decision to authorize'
a.V a.
;
: leather helmets
jackets, boots
and heavy shoes is to protect men
and women who ride motorcyclesin
SSGT. ANTHONY BOYER of ....,.. uniform. However, footwear
MARTD reenlisted to complete must be of plain design and
a 20- year career DOUBLE DUTY AE1 Craig Dl Icksen (Center) and AVCH Harry jackets will be unadorned exceptfor
AE1 GEORGE S. EDWARDS, Hooker are shipped over by Capt., John. E. Kennedy, NATTC C. O. safety markings.
Assistant Training Petty Officer AEI Dlcks.n and VCM Hooker 11'1 e AE"A"School Instructors. (cont. on page 6)

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Jax 86 Fetes 25 Years t + 11A

f'e'i f s'lA.a4rn


Service To CommunityJax 4 a e


Navy wives working for Shop, located near the Main Next year's committee will be : ) r
the same goal that's the story Exchange. Operated by headed by Chairman Joan Hardy ;
behind the success of NWCA, Jax Chairman Marge Soha, the shop and co-chairman Pat Me- irr :;
86 as it approaches its 25th year is stocked with reuseable Callister.Jax .
of service to the Jacksonville uniforms, civilian clothing and 86 will be among several
community Sunday, May 14. other household items donated by Duval County women's clubs to
In keeping with their club oath military families. be honored next Wednesday by
"sisterly love", the members of Another activity is the Navy the Duval Society for the
Jax 86 all wives of enlisted Wives Nursery, which benefits Prevention of Blindness, the
Navymen seem to pervade Navy families. Nursery care is organization which sponsors the
everything they do with that available year around for Amblyopia screening project.
spirit, whether contributing for children of all ages for a nominal These are just a few of the
local fund drives or volunteeringto fee.Each activities in which Jax 86 is in- 4R
help a family in need. year, the club volunteersa volved as they reach a milestonein
The club's primary goal is to committee to screen local preschoolers the years they have served at \ >
contribute to community services for Amblyopia or lazy- the naval air station. t11U1 : \
and assist military personnel eye' blindness. This year, the And 'sisterly love' will be the \'Nt '\ c.jTuIJIL:
aboard the station. project was successful under the same spirit which the membersof "
One of their projects one direction of Chairman, Mrs. the club will undertake another ...
.
which supplies the most funds for David Havens and her cochairman year as the Navy's vanguard for .. .. .: ..-......
club activities is the Not New Mrs. Conrad Hardy. community service. -..
REMINISCES THROUGH THE YEARS Special guest Eileen
I Uniforms (Continued from page 5) Weiss, who was president of Jax $6 In 1949 compares her own
The scrapbook of the club's earlier days with last year's award-winning
amount of social
June there should be enoughof least a wear modified your
By year may a
collection of club
scrapbook,which was displayed among a yearbooks
security benefit is based on
version of the
baseball current
the diver's
designed
newly at the Silver Anniversary Party. Sharon King (L) will enter thisyear's
for all hands. This breast pin. Centered the your average earnings overa
caps cap can over scrapbook In the annual competition.with..oth.rIubs.lt the
.be worn withdungareesjnstead square knot .on the helmetbreastplate period of years. NWCA National Convention in Virginia.
of the white hat or the present will be a caduceus,
cap, which was considered the symbolic medical staff and 86's Anniversary Held Saturday ;
inappropriate for general wear serpent.
away from working areas. The devices should be availablesoon I
The board ruled out the popular in exchanges and uniform Roaring 20's Party On ScheduleOlivier
custom of sewing decals of all shops.
kinds on blue working jackets. Enlistees in the deep sub-
Instead, only two patches will be mergence vehicle program will 86'.ANNIVERSARY HELD Dixie Area Council CHAPTER!!
worn a current unit patch on the get a new pin also, but the pin has LAST SATURDAYJax parliamentarian from Cecil No. The Retired Enlisted
left breast and a second unit not been designed yet. It will 86 members and their 121; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pope of Association and Ladies Auxiliarywill
patch of the individual's choice probably be the standard sub- husbands met with old members NWCA Orlando No. 267; Mr. and have a general meeting May
(and approved by the command) mariner's dolphin with a and past club sponsors to share Mrs. Norman Froitzhiem, past 17 at 7:30 p.m. in Bldg. 593.
on the right.Physicians. superimposed DSV or other many scrapbooks of memories at national secretary-treasurer of Capt. C. W. Lewis, commanding *
and MSC officers suitable modification: according their Silver Anniversary National Scholarship Foun- officer of the Naval
with diver classifications for at to the board. celebration at Compton Hall. dation; and Mr. and Mrs. Art Hospital, will be guest speaker. i
Seven of the club's past Slocumb.
presidents, including the first, ROARING 20's NIGHT will be I
PRINCESS TENOKA were special guests that evening: Next MeetingJax hosted by the Jacksonville Of
Eileen Weiss-1949, Ruth Reese 86 will host the Dixie Area ficer's Wives Club at the NAS Jax
;---- & HELD 1955, Alice Meyer 1957, Jean Council Meeting Wednesday, Officers' Club, May 19 at 7:30:
+ CHIEF CULTASKijicCmedjticticlJttit 1WEECt Murphy 1958, Nancy Wernet May 10 at Compton Hall. The
\t' 1962-63, Maria Bennett and meeting begins at 10 a.m. and p.m.To fund the party, each command
r Barbara Howard dinner is at 11:30.: About 50 will vote with money for
-T CO-STARRING Special guests were: RAdm. delegates and members from their choice for Bonnie and
ft "LA G RA FLAUONT and Mrs. Lawrence Gets, NWCA clubs at Mayport, Cecil Clyde. The nominees with the
GO-GO GIRLS sponsors Capt. and Mrs. attend. Clyde at the party.
f THE WAY YOU LIKE THEM Reginald Berry (USN Ret.), and The next club meeting will be
t 4 8OOPM'CONTINUOUS honorary members, Capt. and WednesdayMay 17 at 7:30: p.m.in
Mrs. Carl Simonsen (USN Ret.). Compton Hall. Because Mrs.
SHOWS 8 PM-2 AM Also present were sister Gary Hartman's husband has
(y. members, Mrs. Fred Lundgren received
orders, a new
Out of SIGHTIQUNGE Dixie Area Council president parliamentarian will be electedin
from Glynco, Ga.; Mrs. Lou her place.
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Jobs PostedJax Civilian Highlights


The following Promotion Announcements ;. .., ...,,)', '....'L "L A:
positions have been advertised on the official bulletin Retires 1
under the Jax boards in their work areas Famed Composer ;
Merit Promotion Program at least once a week. '
and are open at this time: They are also encouraged
A-C Parts Packager to contact the Mechanic Has 0 DefectsJax :
Foreman, WS-7 ((51.72), Employment Office, Ext. I
Closing Date 5-22-72. 3448,or the Rating Branch, John Anders, a retired Division, live at Jax Beach. awarded to Barbara Parham, a
Utilityman, WG-2 (52-72)) Ext. 2320, Civilian Personnel who wrote "I Three other employees who procurement assistant, for
Air Force Major
1st cutoff date 5-22-72. Department, to satisfactorily completing a
Left My Heart in San Francisco," retired are Lawton Green, a
Employees are urged to inquire about positions in loss and Damage course in Contract Ad.
retired here after 23 and a-half transportation
look for the Merit which they are interested. years as a civil service employee.He Claim Examiner:Jessie Sawyer, ministration Seminar at
was among four who retiredat a clerk stenographer, and Bernard Charleston, S.C. in April.

"'<;t s.'.;'''':-!+';oi ;-;,;.' "."",."",." ",:-:-,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,................ the Supply Department.A Weiss, a warehousemen. of
t : :i : :: ::::::: :: :: ? =:: : : :::: ::K :::;;=;:; :: musician, composer and Green retired after 31 years
}.a actor, Anders was a GS-5 Supply civil service while Sawyer
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;Sy Clerk for 9 and a-half years at completed 21 years of service, 13
!: :: Supply. Previous assignments of which he spent at Supply. AT NARF-Willis Doolittle, an
:iHONDAHONDA ) : during his career have been as a Weiss, a Navyman for 22 years, aircraft mechanic 3rd in the RA-
::: :::::: metalsmith at NARF in 1951 anda retired after six years at Supply.He 5C Rework Branch Weapons
: stock control clerk at Supply in has a total of 28 years of Division, received the coveted
........ .;-..... 1962. federal service. Zero Defects citation for excellence *
OF JAX Anders wrote the words and 20-YEAR PINS were awardedto for the quarter ending
..;. ....:. music to"San Francisco"in 1948, Mary Lois Grice, a supply March 31. :
::: 1I 1f.llflu f'PI j -. : :'1> but, as he said, the song wasn't clerk, and Kenneth Kimble, alsoa Capt.AndrewYatesNARF CO l"'
; 4425 NORWOOD AVE PHONE 74-2419 C popular until Tony Bennet madeit supply clerk. Both received ,
...., .:. presented the award to Doolittle, ;
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} } } ;.}: 4.5r? ; } }} : ,'.':tf: a hit in 1962. their pins from Capt. Richard which cites the aircraft
$>> .SSW SSY.Y. ti4n svN
1Zm fl f f; ;: $ t 1 1 Anders and his wife Ruth, an O'Loughlin, Supply Officer. mechanic's ability in reducing I
employee in the Purchase A certificate of training wasEastern's discrepancies in his work. According *
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to the captain, Mr.
Doolittle called attention to seven
separate discrepancies that could
have been overlooked on RA-5C
Leisure Class. Bu. No. 149296. during pre-strip.

25 employees have completeda

Is it better than ? sponsored special course by the in Cumberland electronics

standby Campus station of at Florida Bldg.Junior 953, according College

to Paul Dorman, Apprentice
1S Program Administrator. Each
student was presented a certificate -
of completion last Friday
by Paul McCoy, who coordinatesall
on-station courses sponsoredby
FJC.

The noncredit course taughtby
I FJC instructors prepared the
t xjAx students for shop work as apprentices
in electronics at NARF.
Seventeen students studied from
Ohm's Law to the theory of the
circuits that make up some of
the Navy's more highly
i sophisticated electronic equip-
ment (cont. page 17)
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INTEREST?



. : Stand6
Leisure Class ;

If you waitits 50%. If you waitits free. PAIDON


Eastern has a new way your money back nd we put due to adverse weather TITLE 1ST MORTGAGE INSURED

for you to fly. Besides First you on our very next flight conditions, equipment failure ASSIGNMENTS

Class and Coach and Standby, that has seats available, and fly or equipment substitutions. SHORT
' TERM
Eastern has Leisure Class: you free of charge., In order to qualify for a CONVENIENTINTEREST

s Leisure Class costs you Now, our lawyers would free ride,you must present ft PRINCIPLE

the same,as you'd pay for get nervous if we left this out: your Leisure Class ticket at the MINIMUM PAID MONTHLY INVESTMENT

c coach (% regular fare). But Leisure Class:does not 1 boarding gate twenty minutes

we don't guarantee you'll get apply when you're"on official before flight time. IikiiIATwq.

"on your scheduled flight. government business and And,if you have to wait
coupon for Information
If you do,It's the same your ticket is being"paid for by it will be anywhere from several I FIDELITY MORTGAGEI

4 as Coach. But if Coach is full, a government agency. minutes to several hours. I
x fly First Class. Nor reduced fare CORPORATION 1
you may to some But if you've,got more I
Without paying anything extra. tickets. Nor to the Air-Shuttle* time than money, you I 6880 Lake Ellenor Drive II

And, if the whole plane is full, nor Bermuda,Jamaica; probably won't mind that at all. I Orlando Suite Florida 215 32809 1

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Civilian Cafeteria Menu tj tjMon


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lay,May 15 Tuesday May 16 Almond Cream Pie, Apple Pie,
Cream of Chicken soup, Vegetable Soup, Roast Roundof Layer Cake, Fruit Pie, Assorted a
Braised Beef Ribs with Rice, Beef with New Potatoes, Pork Pudding.
Broiled Fish, Liver and Onions, Cutlets with Apples, Chicken Pan Thursday May 18 j
Macaroni and Meat Sauce,7oz. Pie 7oz. Sirloin Steaks, Fish. Potato Soup, Beef Vegetable I
Chopped Sirloin. Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Stew with Rice, Chopped Swiss
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Steak with Mushroom Sauce,
Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Pinto Beans, Fresh Squash, Barbecue Pork on Buns, 70%.
Buttered Lima Beans, Mustard String Beans. Chopped Sirloin, Fish.

NEW AGREEMENT William Mudgett (seated left) signs the two- Greens, Peas. Tossed Salad, Combination Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
year Labor Management Relations Agreement with Capt. John Tossed Salad, Combination Salad) Chef Salad Bowl, FruitCup Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,
Kincaid and Harry Osterman while other members of both negotiating Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Great Northern Beans, Turnip
teams look on.Labor. Cup, Plain Jello Fruit Jello, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Greens, Beets.
Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, Cucumber Mix, Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad
Cottage Cheese, Carrot and Stuffed :Eggs. Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
Agreement Raisin, Potato Salad. Egg Custard Pie, Fruit Pie, Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, !
Coconut Cream Pie, Peach Apple Pie, Chocolate Cake, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain ;
Cobbler, Apple Pie, White Cake, Assorted Pudding. Cottage Cheese, Health Salad, I
Signed With AFGEJax Assorted Pudding. Wednesday,May 17 Tuna Salad.
Bean Soup, Spaghetti with Pecan Pie, Apple Pie, '
Meat Sauce, Fried Chicken, 7oz. Strawberry Shortcake,Fruit Pie,
A new two-year Labor-Management Relations Agreementwas Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Assorted Pudding. i
signed by Capt. John Kincaid, station commanding officer; and U Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
I Harry Osterman, president of Navy Local 696, American Federation Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,
\1 of Government Employees (AFL-CIO). Blackeyes, Spinach, Corn.
,, This agreement,.which applies to all graded employees of the NAS Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Sign up for Medicare medical
Security Departmentexceptsupervisory( and managerial employees), Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit insurance 3 months before .
was negotiated under the provisions of Executive Order 11491, as Cup, Plain Jello Fruit Jello, you're 65. You could
amended. Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain lose a month of valuable pro-
Negotiations began February 22 and were completed April 13. Thisis Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad, tection if you wait until your
the second agreement to be negotiated between NAS Jax and Navy Beet and Onion. birthday.
Local 696, AFGE. It will become effective upon approval of the
director of the office of Civilian Manpower Management.
Members of the union's negotiating team were Harry Ostherman
president of Local 696; William Mudgett, national representative of GERRY MELONSON of the A-7 :::::::::: :: ::::::::::::::::;: :::::::: ::::::::::::".1.

AFGE, AFL-CIO, and Chief Negotiator; Benjamine Misell Jr. and Joint Planning and Scheduling
Clyde Herzog. Members of management negotiating team were Group here receives a Certificate AL BONATI
George Barker,chief negotiator;John Cash and Freeman Ratliff. of Appreciation along with a 20- ORGAN-HORN
LCdr. C. A. Taylor, Security Officer; Michael Cascone, Labor and Year Pin from Curtis Craig, the
Employee Relations superintendent; and E.0. Umstot,head of Labor senior Navy Member of the n & VOCAL
Management Relations Branch, Civilian Personnel Department, also Group, as Walter Grodotzke,
witnessed the signing of the agreement. Navy member, looks on. Mrs. Monday through Saturday
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I 1" Navy N fS e s''MiirRvo"Years"of:: Service I


-'f,:"%>,,,:, .... ,. Jax Corps will celebrate their 64th Anniversary Saturday.NavySS ,
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\ Capt. Marcella Smith, Chief of Nursing Service at the Naval Hospital here. i >I

presently has a staff of 70 military nurses, including 13 male nurses and two I i

former corpsmen.
A cake cutting ceremony and program will be held Saturday at the NAS Officers .

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: The following article is one of a series j

II being presented by the Jax Air News in cooperation with Jax Does your 4
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the Dental Department. child need a dental

Toothpaste, because of its flavored,foaming action makes brushing checkup?
the teeth more pleasant, especially for youngsters. Appointments are
In terms of what's good for your oral health, however, the brushing being scheduled at
itself is the important thing. Claims that a dentifrice alone, or a the NAS Dental Clinic
mouthwash alone, can provide a shield against decay, prevent bad for dependent I I
breath,or get rid of gum disease are simply not true.
children, age 6-23
,
The American Dental Assiciation (ADA), national organization of whose parent's birth-
,the Nation's dentists, regularly checks products that claim to help
your dental health and issues reports on their demonstrated value or day is this month.
lack of value. This checkup includes

Until, 1960, none of the toothpastes tested by the ADA was clearly a stannous
demonstrated to fight tooth decay-advertising claims not. M flouride treatment as
withstanding. In the fall of 1960, however, the ADA did recognize one part of the station's
SAILOR OF THE YEAR AMS1 Aaron Sorrels receives I plaque
dentifrice-a toothpaste containing stannous floride.
from Capt. W.J. Vaught for being designated CFAW-11 Nominee for continuing preventive
This dentifrice, the ADA stated, was of "significant value" in Sailor of the Year. Sorrels is attached to VP-24 where he Is the dentistry program.
preventing dental decay when used as part of a complete oral hygiene squadrons Career Counselor. Each child will '

program along with regular professional care. receive an oral
In other words, this toothpaste would help prevent decay providedyou New Legal Program StartedJax examination "I
took good care of your teeth and visited your dentist regularly.The a
Tragedies involving The program also stresses flouride treatmentand
toothpaste recognized by the ADA had been clinically tested Naval personnel have created planning ahead in order to oral hygiene

over a period of years and had proved to be effective in actual tests on serious legal and financial difficulties prevent problems before they information. For an ..
children. The Association's report was issued only after the tooth.paste's for many Navy families arise rather than to seek legal
appointment call the
value had been actually demonstrated.Since because the husband did not have help only "after it is too late to ,
an up-to-date will, did not have take preventitive or corrective Dental appointmentdesk.
the ADA's report, other flouride dentifrices have been shownto
will at all did not reviewhis action." .
any or
be effective in reducing decay. However, only those dentifrices
having the ADA's Seal of Acceptance on the tube have been proved to legal affairs adequately. -
be effective in actual tests. According to a recent message
from the CNO, "Despite com
Beware of the so-called whitening and brightening toothpastes. mand attention, Individual efforts Cut moving costs
Whiteness and brightness are not necessarily signs of dental health. by legal assistance officers,
You can have the whitest and brightest teeth in town and still have and the existence of a legal Move-it-yourself one-way or localin
them riddled with decay and undermined with periodontal disease. assistance program in the Navy L a Ryder One-Way rental truck
Toothpastes that are too abrasive may actually damage your teeth since 1943, many Navy men and UNT
and gums-that is, they may wear down the tooth surfaces and irritatethe women still seem to be unaware"of =RYDER
soft tissues.As their legal benefits.As WAY

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The Admin nine swamped South). Carter had a perfect 3 for inning which saw 6 runs dent the Sr
Weapons 11.1 for their first win of 3 at the plate; Penland and little plate. Hamilton led the Medical
the season. Cuddles Grace chipped in with 2 batters with a double and 3
George Loy, Cecil Field's hits for Admin. singles. VA-81's Johnston
grand old man of pitching, VA-45, 7 AMD 0. Although slammed out 2 doubles for his
walked one batter, struckout six James "Concrete Glove" team. Although reached for 9
and gave up just two hits to take Beasley of VA-45 tried to con us hits,Pangburn hung on grimly to IA'
the win. into reporting that he stroked out record his initial win. Medical's :4 I
Carter, Bowman and Loy each 2 homers, and drove in all 7 runs, Gilbert made a great running :
homered in the cramped confinesof we must, in the interest of accuracy catch in deep lef tfield of a ball hit
Cozy Corners ("B" Circle, attribute VA-45's win to over his head to nip a VA-81 Captain T T. COLEMAN, NAS skipper congratulates golf champs,
AMD's failure to field a team by uprising in the final frame. (left to right), Ray Johnson,Ken Nield, Fritz Baldwin and Bob
forfeiture time. (Bet James AS Slowpitch: VC-2 squeezed past Watklns.
ALSO THE WINNING PITCHER VA66118. The "Dragonflyers"
HONDA WHO TOSSED THE "perfect" sent 10 hitters to the plate in the Freeman, Craig and Allen had 2 VA-174 continued their winning
game). 7th inning, and tallied 7 times to hits each for VC-2. Wooddy and ways as they blasted Weapons 21-
MOTORS& CYCLES CO. Medical nipped V A-81, 10-8 in a overcome a 3 run VA-66 lead. Juhusz banged out 3 hits apiecefor 6. The "Hellrazors" scored 6
4949 BLANDING BLVD. high scoring affair. Medical sent TheVC-2 hitting attack was led VA-66. Roberts was the runs in the 1st, 3 in the 3rd, 5 in
PHONE 771-8244 9 batters to the plate in a wild 6th by Wald with 3 hits. Erney, Fox, winning pitcher. the 5th and 7 in the 6th to over
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: lead. Thompson was the winning
Polaroid .. ,- ',' .. ,. and Cobb the loser.
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bingles. VC-2 received 2 hits each
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Good Times start Roberts. GOLF

The Admiral Geis teed off with a
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number one fairway to open the
: Naval Air Museum Benefit In-

; in a mlnu Le. ; vitational Cecil Field Golf last Tournament week. heldat

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((1st low )' Johnson
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dWM'iF.riav.aae. eaaw "" "'RMkr yyeop3i''AY M ;,;,:;;) : ((1st low net) and Ken Nield ((2nd

s ,: ,.,' ,,'" ,<<, ..,", f4 "I .. low net) were declared the
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one winner was crowned at Cecil
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f, 'A, w *1 1' .' constructed at
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Stott (Stott, not Scott), the
popular Cecil Field pro describedthe
k& tourney as "very successful;
f so smooth, I'm still waiting for
something to happen.
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I tapes & records Included. $350. 388. <..:RENTALS NAS: "RUTHLESS FOUR"Color

8679 aft. Spm. Western, Starring Van Tuesday,May 16

JOBSIJOBSIJOBSI/ FOR SALE ORANGE PARK Heflin and Gilbert Roland. "PG" NAS: "SOMETIMES A

orthand Secretary Dictaphone 3spd. roll/ about fan $15. 23" Admiral 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., (95 min.) GREAT NOTION" Color Drama,
era tors, Typists, Clerks, console blklwht. TV$100. Good cond. Diswasher, Drapes, Carpets, HOSPITAL: "M. A. S. H." Starring Paul Newman and Lee

ivpunchers. 30 day guarantee call 7727598. Elizabeth Apts. 771-1405 or 7713355.BEINGTRANSFERRED Saturday,May 13
GH PAY NO FEE Remick. "PG" (115 min.)
Call Norrell Temporary NAS: "DIAMONDS AREFOREVER"
HOSPITAL "WHAT DO YOU
.,
396.5371REGISTERED REAL ESTATE"CASH
''' Color Adventure "
IMBMB MMMi BMMHi HMMa ? SAY TO A NAKED LADY?
Let a retired Navy man who un Starring Sean Connery and Jill .
R.E SALESMAN
[ derstands YOUR problems managethe St. John. "PG" (120 min.)
I work with established co.Will train rental of
house until
We buy,sell and trade equities. your you HOSPITAL: "RUTHLESSFOUR" Wednesday May 17
salesman If necessary Call or return to Jax.Bartleson NAS
: "IN SEARCH OFGREGORY"
Louise'
Elte,Hilda T. Nem, Realtor. 284-3681. 771.a 60S T. Bailey ,O'Neill& Payne, Inc.
lO. Box 453 GCS, 32043. Broker U7 So. EdgewOOd Av. Color Drama,
i 388-9311 Sunday May 14 Starring Julie Christie and

NAS: "VALDEZ IS COMING" Michael Sarrazin. "PG" (90

.MISCELLANEOUSARECORDEDMESSAGEBYA, WE REPRESENT MANY ORANGE PARK Color Western, Starring Burt min.)
of
the
Navy Personnel Interested In 2BR Furn. apt. AC, Conv. to school. 5 HOSPITAL
"SOMETIMES
Lancaster and Susan Clark."PG" : A
purchase of land for future use or min to NAS. No lease required. Will
LEADINOANNOUNCER profit.Alsohomes of value, FHA or VA rent to bachelors. 2646884. ((90 min.) GREAT NOTION"Self
financed, In all sections of city. Please
Tells you DISCJOCKEYCall how you may become a contact Tom Brooker, US Navy ............ -_' '_"''''''h' '

3SS-2944 any hourVAAPPROVED Retired your Interested protected. HOUSE FOR RENT
WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA, 2BR,Large lot

For Veterans and serviceman INC. 771.1555
Realtors
389-5514 771.2082 '.
GEORGE'S KENNELSt. .i'iMQBllE NoME s. .

1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded.ck .
& Delivery Available. HIDDEN WATERS contained TRAVEL TRAILERS
up Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots TRAILER PARK ,
Dooming, Deflealng & Bathing. JUSTUS
stercharge & BankAmericard available. Excellent fishing, boating, 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern PICK UP CAMPERS & MOTOR HOME
swimming. Mobile Home area. High, trailers and apts. '3893007.
cepted. Visitors welcome. 5085
wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E.
ewood Crt. 3890064.)() Lake Asbury on No. 209, La Rue. 725. ../ .You don't have to go broke to go first class".
M MMBHHMB
Mi MHHHMMMMIMHHMii
3992. SHORT OF CASH? so drive a I little and save a bundle
[NEW RCAand ZENITH STEREO RENTING?
nsoles, some with AM-FM, tape Use our Rental Purchase Planto .
layers, at dealers' cost to liquidateck. WE BUY& SELL EQUITIES get Into a home of your own.
Full/ warranty! Phone 7710409. Call us for quick service. Price Mobile Home Center I CAMPERS RETREAT ,
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. 10407 Atlantic Blvd.
4543 Wtsconnett Blvd. Jax 721-2444

LIVE CRABS 771.3052 737.3864 On US1 In CALLAHAN, FLA Ph. 879-2211
Wilford's Fish Camp .
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE
264-9707 Parkwood, 3BR, bath & half. Small "
NEW HOMES "W'f.
equity. Call for appt. 772-8276.
3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built-in Range,
Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,900 up. .
FOR SALEpc. "
FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy. j '
[ dining rm. et-S100, Matching Edw. O. Lyon Broker, 389-0361 ': TRANSPORTATION
hina/ -$100. Modern design. Walnut -- WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
finish. 4 Oriental & Oval rugs, Best
iffer. 771-5327 aft. 5pm. OLDS CUTLASS SUPREMEAll
BEAUTIFUL 2,3,495 ACRE TRACTSOn power,Air conditioning, Excellend
Normandy Blvd.,two miles west of condition 786.5082 or 3845803.48PONTIACLEMANS. INC.
[DON MILLER THE KEY MAKER Cecil Field. Choice homesltes, paved ,
Jonded Locksmith U.S.N. Ret.) road, close to town, local phone, no '
7815511OPENDAILY8T08:30SATURDAY8TOS
AVE. SO. PHONE
Deadbolt Locks Installed restrictions. LOW DOWN PAYMENT. 1150 LANE ,
781.5486 EASY TERMS .Mobile Homes 4dr., HT, Gold w.Blk Vinyl top,. Blk
Welcome. Free title Insurance, lust Interior, PS, PB, AC, PW, Stereo tape,
RAY'S TV SERVICE surveyed. NORMANDY ACRES. Signon Radial tires. Exec cond.. Owner SUNDAY 1 TO6PMIIMMMtMMMMIMMIMII
property. Your personal Inspection relocating, Must sell. 737.1602.ULANDROVERHARDTOP.
Specialists.Color A.
B&W3739MacGregor
Invited anytime. DEVELOPER. .,........... ......... WNYYIVOLKSWAGENS I
OWNER 289-3421.
771-0608 4whl. dr., 4 spd. trans., w-dual range.
Lock-out hubs, Custom made huntingtop.
LAWN MOWING EDGING PRESCOTT ARIZONA Hunters Dream. $1500. 771-3484.
call Hart Offers best climate In the state. 71 VW BUS $2750
771.3211 Ext. 8340 developed Into 2-
Historic old ranch
acre homesltes near Prescott 69 OLDS, AT, AC, R&H, Clean $1950

TYLER'>$AIR COND. SERVICEe National Forest. Two acreas: $19995
[ service Auto AC, Central Units low terms. For full details write Mrs. 71 VW STA. WGN., 16,000 miles, AT, R&H $2895
hd Window Units: Reasonable. A L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233
fII.Palmer Lake Shore 388-5141 North 7th St., Phoenix 15006.I 69 SQUAREBACK, AC, R&H, AT, Low

FREE KITTENS MileageH $2195

a good home, 2 males and 2 CLAY COUNTY SUPER BEETLE, AM-FM Radio,

males. 2647439.Mi Knowles Rd.2BR, I bath, plus unfinished Air $2195

house. Lot approx.
SEWING MACHINES 100x270'. Cyclone guest fence. $11,500. 71 VW 411, Silver Metallic, only 6,000 miles. 4

.[have STEREOS Lake Asbury Dr.4BR, 2 bath Brick. Dr., AT, AC $3008
four 1971 GoldenSew Singer Zig aRWELL
lags,and four 1971 beautiful CapehartItereos. plus car garage& "utility room 112'on, e 70 GHIA, Coupe, Bright Blue, 6000 miles or 6

Used for display In model* lake x436'. $23,000 or buy equity. mo. Warr. Guar. on engine $1990
forties.will sell for a fraction of their 'ORANOEDALEAREA-ST.JOHNS
ost Each$65.cash,or terms of$9 per Home with business. 2 story, 4BR 70 VW, Fastback, Blue, 23,000 miles, $2050

onth. Free home trial. Call Display home with 2BR house In rear. 2 R&H $2012

nager. 398-1483. chicken sheds with 21,000 broiler 70 VW Bus, R&H $2495
Painter Poultry contract
SINGER TOUCH ft SEW capacity. $38,000. Books open for 68 VW, Sedan, R&H, Blue $1250
lakes transferable.
all
types fancy designs. But.
holes, stretch stitch, winds bobbin Inspection. ACREAGE 66 SQUAREBACK, Beige, R&H $1200 ..

side> / machine. 'Like New Respon. tract, bordering Hwy. 17 Nice Selection of. other Model) VW's ,
l ble party to take up pmts. of S8. per A 7 4 9 acre
o. Rayflelds. 6437 Wilson Blvd. S., Clay County. High 8 dry Many

trees. $1400. per acre.Twin 100 % GUARANTEE!

PRESSURE WASHING Realty .
MOBILE HOMES HOUSES T.Netll 2..361)GCS>)> We gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection.
Hilda .
FILTERKLEEN Then we tuned up tightened, and replaced everything that needed It:
And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
354-7576.Ans.Serv. l-6pm major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
mi HILLS ,.". t .' "
a m mm CEDAR '
mmm *
._ .."":.... ......" double check.
71 EVINRUDE OUTBOARD 25HP 3BR, Family rm., Lg. corner lot,
(0 fenced back yard, 2 car INFORMED-Jan Cat- ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE ...
hours Exec. cond. 387.J2241 secluded .,.
$400)( firm.
Evenings 7717375. cone of the Florida Miracle ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
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NIOHTCRAWLER WORMS fact before making a deci We also have a fine selection of
A'h tosvy. Bait' size 55 cents-cup(50)( LOT sion. You can do the same be.
r 15 cents-100 bulk. Bedrun.$6..1000. 2 blks. off of Gradln Lake, $1000. fore ,casting your absentee bal. Domestic cars,
$23.95 mo., or $800
per
vj'hlnadown, '
Ormandy 8020 Patau Dr. So.
Village J!ot.
'813774. BrlanShop95464. cash., ;81-385, ... AI



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11 What's Being Done To Help Our POWs ? I

-
: 'k.: EDITORS NOTE: The following article-is taken from 3. The Geneva Convention principles, but I believe these world to further thecauseof those

..A testimony by G. Warren Nutter Assistant Secretary of requires that the names of all examples suffice. All have been missing and captured.We .
: I I Defense (International Security Affairs) before the prisoners be released promptly. revealed before. They are have brought the continuous in
Subcommittee on National Security Policy and Scientific The enemy has released such documented in Congressionalrecords pressure to bear on enemy
In-
: channels to secure
Affairs information,which is incomplete, and are well known.What' these
Developments Committee on Foreign the status of our
formation on
Done
in a piecemeal fashion and for Being
t r House of Representatives: propaganda purposes. As the principle advisor to the men everywhere In Southeast
(\ "In this, a report on the and callously disregarded the 4. The Geneva Convention Secretary of Defense on prisonerof Asia, inspection of camps,
t situation of our men who are most elemental humanitarian requires notification of deaths in war and missing in action neutral internment of prisonersof
missing or known to be prisonersof requirements of this Convention.The captivity and full information on matters, I am often asked to war, and timely release of our
war in Southeast Asia, I wantto enemy's violations of the the circumstances and place of describe the activities of the men held captive.
stress once again what Geneva Convention cannot be burial. Through irregular POW-MIA Task Group in the Working with postal authoritieswe
Secretary of Defense Melvin R. justified in any respect. There is channels they have provided Department of Defense. have sought the other side'sagreement
I \ 1 Laird has stressed from the no possible justification, for minimal information on the men Through its efforts we have to a simplified and
I beginning: that this is a strictly example, for withholding information they claim have died in captivity. made significant progress within more efficient system of mail
I humanitarian issue. on who has been Regarding information on the the Department of Defense in delivery using a special channel
I stress this simple fact captured in battle, or who has status of our men, I would like to bringing about orderly through Moscow. In fact, we
because there is always the died while captive. The victimsof insert in the record at this point management over those affairs work in one way or another with
danger of falling into the trap set such callous inhumanity are the cases of 14 men which clearly for which we have responsibilityand every government agency in-
.. by the enemy of considering the innocent women, children and illustrate that the enemy knows over which we have some volved in the prisoner-of-war.
t 1 fate of prisoners of war to be a parents. considerably more about than he control. problem.
t matter subject to negotiation. The other side continues to has revealed to us. There are few dramatic or Repatriation Plans
j It is true that we discuss the violate the provisions of the 1949 5. The Geneva Convention spectacular actions that would be Among areas of activity falling
) prisoner issue in the negotiation Geneva Convention with regardto requires that the seriously sick effective in assisting either our entirely within the purview of the
t' 1 forum, where we also discuss prisoners of war and to ignorethe and wounded be repatriated or men or their families. It is, Department of Defense are, firstof
political issues. But it would be a protest of the United States interned in a neutral country.The rather, the continuing and per all, the preparations that must
4 travesty of fundamental and the civilized world. enemy has callously ignoredthis sisting efforts together with the be made to repatriate and
1 humanitarian principles to link Numerous Violations provision while we have seemingly small day-to-day rehabilitate our men when they
I : the fate of captured and missing Hanoi's violations of the made repeated offers and attempts activities that acquire a are released.
: I men to achievement of military Geneva Convention are to release their sick and cumulative'impact., The importance of prior
1 or political objectives. It is utterly numerous: wounded.I We work closely with the planning and preparation with
inexcusable,for example, to 1. The Geneva Convention could go on at length Department of State through the utmost care for that day cannotbe
l withhold information on the dead requires that prisoners be cataloging the enemy's violationsof negotiations in Paris and other overstated. Developing a
for political purposes. humanely treated and protected.This fundamental humanitarian diplomatic efforts throughout the fully-oriented and trained cadreof
I cannot emphasize this point provision has been con- <. personnel to greet and care for
too strongly. There is no shadowof sistently violated. these men when they return is an
a doubt that the Geneva 2. The Geneva Convention Message From The CNO essential part of these
Convention applies to the war in requires that neutral inspectionof preparations.Our .
Southeast Asia. Yet Hanoi and its prison camps be permitted.The Jox- "I am very pleased with the Navy's recent participation In the objective is to help the
agents in South Vietnam, Laos enemy has never permittedsuch National Week of Concern for POW-MIAs March 26-Aprill. returnee rejoin his family and
and Cambodia have persistently inspection. The enthusiastic participation 'in the dignified well-planned our society as quickly,easily, and
programs again reveals the family closeness of our Navy personnel.As confidently as possible, and with
I a result of your effort the National League of Families has asked the honor that he deserves.We .
Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-JO p.m. that I express to you their appreciation for your considerate and recently completed a
heartwarming comprehensive review of all of
response.To
D PICK I UP& DELIVERY
r ;lA- all who organized our programs I extend a well done. To all who our policies and procedures in
0 ROAD SERVICE participated I extend my personal appreciation.In this regard. We took a hard and
'. 0 MECHANIC ON DUTY V support of the national 'interest 'In the POW-MIA Issue, the U. S. critical look at the respon
Postal Service has extended the use of the CNO-sponsored special siveness of our current plans to
0 AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS JJ postal die hub "Remember: our POW-MIA sacrifice for freedom", the needs of .the returned
: IIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! IIIIIIII111II11 IIIII until Oct. I, 1972.It prisoners.
5 BOB'S OAK HILL Is my desire that those commands having die hubs make full use of Services HelpingIn
4 them In order to show our continued deep concern for our fellow general, we find that the
servicemen." Services are doing an out-
I um 76 n I
Signed: E. R.Zumwalt CNOMILITARYAUTOMOBILE standing job of providing
assistance to families. However,
SERVICE CENTER the prolonged period of time f E;
IIIIIinIIIIUIIIlllllllluiuIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! ) IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII minimum during which the men have been
103rd & Jammes Rd. Phone 771-9156 missing or held captive has
created anxieties and other
problems that existing programswere
not structured to cope with.
"We took the view that virtually
: DAYLIGHTSAVINGS every action and procedure will
influence the ease and success
MILITARY CIVILIANLOW with which returned U. S. cap-

RATES. MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN tives adjust to freedom.We .
9 :::::;:::;:.:;:.:.:.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::.:::;::::::::;::: :;:;:;:;:=:;:=:;:;:=:=:;:::=:=:;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: concluded that current
plans and policies generally
AMERICAN MAYPORT accord with the best interests of
POLISH CARAT
YOUR
INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE I AGENCY the returnees. But we found the
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"TWOOFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU" In our review we benefittedfrom
RENT FOR Formerly Continental Insurance Underwriters the advice of returned
prisoners, who reviewed of
some
: 6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD 2990 MAYPORT ROAD
j; 50% LESS (Near NAS) (NearNS) suggested the problems they of had faced and

t rr Phone 388J476 Phone 249.5649 them. ways overcoming

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2. Polish your car the same night. 24' WIDE Mobile Homes in N. Florida!
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\ morning (we open at 8 a.m.l From We Billic Trade Gnats for Anything Most All Models and ((2 Blocks from Lane Ave..
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JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER PAGE 15



Facts On Hash ,4 xr 1a rte. Credita I IVj

Jax Most people equate hashish Y r
may be dangerous to health and one CKas that
liberty. to Taday QuestionsI'

Most of the marijuana obtainable on the streets in the United Y
States
is a low-grade form of the Indian hemp plant. Possession sale Are you about to make a a'
is illegal and smoking the product may be dangerous to health., ,or use major purchase Can you afford :\1
Hashish is 8 to 10 times more potent than marijuana it, or will you buy on credit or ';
and more likely seek a cash loan? ,',
to be physically dangerous to the user. Attributing similar effects j'
!the smoking of a joint of marijuana or a bowl of hashish to Before you decide to take the ''
assuming that drinking a bottle of beer has the same effect is like M _Tx credit route, ask yourself the ,f
a bottle of vodka. as drinking following questions- :'i.

What Causes the"Kick"Both -Can / pet credit without 4,'
marijuana and hashish extra coat! Yes-many stores, ',*,
provide the
kick from the same sub- the oil companies, and the "
stance since both come from the
same family of plants
credit specialty firms that issue
The user's reactions come from two forms of tetrah'ydrocannabinol national or international cards "

(THC). These Intoxicants are contained in a sticky; golden-yellow r 4''. allow payment within specified "
resin produced, by glandular, hairs, located on the flowers and periods without service or Interest ,I',
leaves of the Indian hemp plant. charges. The period for

Hashish is the concentrated resin from plants cultivated solely to most department stores is 30 "

produce it; marijuana, on the other hand, is the cut flowers, leaves, PASSING an approaching explosives convoy like this can be days; for some credit card issuers .1 i(
and stems of the plants. hazardous, but such incidents do occur.although they are punishableby it is somewhat less. Each -,
firm that has issued
Marijuana, hashish, any drug, in fact, effects the body in direct fine. This situation was recreated by the Weapons Department to credit card or provided you a
relation to the amount of the drug getting into the physical system, the demonstrate how frequently hurried motorists endanger themselvesand charge account must state you its a :.
speed with which it enters,the relationship between the drug and other the emergency or explosives convoys on station by not yielding the no-charge period. '

substances in or entering the body, and the rate of detoxification by right of way. -Am I already making too ' the body. many payments This question "
For example,smoking hashish or marijuana permits the intoxicant That Convoy's SafetyIs can act as a ,"rule of thumb"t:;
to enter the LAdy rapidly,while eating such a suvstance would result in in determining how much credit ,
a slower ratd of entry. may be too much. Certain essentials '

Both hashisn and marijuana cause a reddening of the eyes, a faster YOUR ResponsibilityJax must be paid for each >
"
**
heart beat, hunger: in some individuals,and a feeling sleepiness month-such as food, house' "
after the first physical reaction. They may also cause some distortionin Recent incidents at NAS the road and stop, giving un- payments or rent, fuel and utilities ;
hearing and vision. Jax have indicated a lack of disputed right-of-way. telephone service, trans
portation, insurance and
rec
What Are The Results respect for emergency and ex-
reation. A certain amount of .
Once hashish or marijuana enters the body, the differences betweenthe plosive carrying vehicles. It does Although every imaginable one's take-home pay should also ry
two become readily apparent. not take much intelligence to safety precaution is exercised in be set aside monthly as savings.

Hashish, from the studies made to date, irritates the lungs. X-ray recognize the dangers in a multi- the transportation of explosives, Only if there is money to spare
studies and autopsies made over a span of several years indicate that ton fire truck taking a corner at some short-tempered, short- after these essentials have been
there are often abnormal changes similar to precancer conditions in 30 mph or what contact with sucha sighted individuals make .it a covered should one undertake \:
the lung structure of chronic heavy cigarette users. vehicle as this would do to the hazardous operation.The the added obligation of financ- i

With hashish, there are greater and stronger occurences of acute paint job of the family car. Yet, problems here lies not in loan ing purchases basis. on a credit or .'(
psychotic reactions. traffic violations of emergency the speed of the convoy, but :
Researchers have found that hashish users may have reactions vehicle right-of-way continue to rather in its slowness. Convoysmove
i
ranging from mild to severe anxiety in addition to paranoid idealtion, mount. at a maximum of 15 mph In 1940, social security bene- '
disorientation as to persons or times or places, mental confusion, and All drivers are cautioned to be and, while it is inconvenient to fits were paid to 222,000 peo
delusions. alert for the sirens and flashing get caught behind one, more pIe. Now, more than 25 :

All these possibilities for psycholigical harm are in addition to the lights of emergency or ex- inconvenient to be ,the recipientof million get retirement, survivors ,
fact that the sale, possession or use of hashish is illegal in most plosive convoy vehicle. On the a ticket for disrupting the and disability bene-
countries of the world and individuals violating such laws may face approach of these vehicles,, procession. fits.

sentences of up to 12 years in prison.U.S.SAVRJ6SBONDS drivers must pull off to the side of .-,. "'"_,11I11 III 1111I11111111111... I I

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MONTANA- VIRGINIAIf TD LIKE TO GET YOU ON SLOW BOAT
Virginia is where call
legal If Montana residence is where and you wantto have home and have legal residenceand you TO CHINA." NOW/ HE'S SATISFIED WITH ;

t.\ke part in the you primary you can't make it back for A FAST TRIP OVER THE
the elections, here are the datesto
election here the dates to
are
remember to take part in the
remember: BUCKMAN BRIDGE TO c
primary
May 20, 1972: From this June 13: this is the date of MAWD/VRIN/ r' k\
date until the primary, your ap- the primary election. ,
f
for absentee ballot c- $
plication an
Members of the Armed Forces
will also be treated as an application '
for absentee registration. and their spouses may registerand ,
apply for absentee ballot by
Members of the Armed Forces
mailing an FPCA. If you are ,, BannekerBy
and their spouses and dependents Benjamin
not registered, note on the FP- -
for registrationat
apply
may CA that "registration requested" /".. Ed Beasley
any time before an election. ;--:;
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in Item #6 when you
June 6, 1972: This is the send it in to the General Regis When our nation was
date of the primary election. trar, county of residence. Be -=- ;:; very young, a French en-
You may use a Federal Post sure to indicate your political gineer, Pierre L'Enfant,
Card Application (FPCA) to party reference when applying. was hired to plan the city
apply for registration if you area IOWA of Washington, D.C. But
member of the Armed Forcesor You might not be able to he was a hothead, and
the spouse or dependent ofa make the trip to see Iowa's when George Washington
member. Be sure to indicate corn fields, but if you are a 1 fired him, he took his
political party preference and to legal resident you can still vote plans with him.Fortunately .
have the FPCA witnessed. in the State's primary electionif a remark-
When you receive an absentee you remember these dates: \JJJJ / able Black man named
4 ballot, vote it and return it as June 6, 1972: This is the Benjamin Banneker was
soon as possible. date of the primary: election.If Qo on the planning board, and
Questions? See voting you are a member of the G I IIII he was able to recreatethe
your (
counselor for full information.The Armed Forces, or the spouse or V \ I / whole design entirely
dependent of a member, you from memory.
basic guide 'used by all the may register for the primary ulche> l This man was one of
Armed Forces for voting infor election simply by filling out those rare self-taught
mation this year is Voting In the affidavit on the ballot en scholars. He taught him-
formation1972. This DOD velope.To self mathematics and as-
pamphlet is a numbered regu- obtain your ballot for the NAS Traffic ViolationsJax tronomy. As a young man,
lation in each of the Services. Iowa primary, send a Federal he designed and built the

All 50 States provide a simplified Post Card Application (FPCA) -The following a report of Speeding 9 first striking clock ever
absentee voting procedure to the coundy auditor or city or made in America. Laterin
motor vehicle accidents and Reckless Driving 2
for servicemen and service- town clerk. Be sure to indicate life, he published the
_women. your political party preference. traffic violations for the period of Going through stop sign 5 yearly Banneker Almanac.
April 2430. Other Violations 43
Number of Accidents Eighteen drivers appeared
j I This period 2 before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
.. This period a year ago 9 May 4. Disposition of the
Total accidents this year 128 cases included the following:
';' .THE SHOP Total accidents through this Nine lost driving and parking
\ ME-CCASIN : FRIENDLY, RELAXED &
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period last year 106 privileges station for
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JAX AIR NEWS. LATWINGER PAGE 17


Naval Aviation MarksIts Squadron



61st Anniversary ReunionJax


Jax-- On May 8. 1911, the Navy's officer-in-charge of aviation, Capt.
V. I. Chambers, Issued a requisition for the purchase of the Navy'sfirst
-The 2nd Annual Reunionof
aircraft Curtlss A-l 'Triad'.
From that time, naval aviation has experienced Air-Transport Squadron 24 will
continuous change be held at Beach
Long Calif.,
and onward growth. Naval aviators with their flight crew have
July 8-9.
always been up-front In the path of progress.On 4 I 1
All officers and enlisted
the 61st anniversary of Naval Aviation,the future Is brighter than 4 # r et members of the squadron from

ever before as new fighter, bombers, antisubmarine warfare aircraftand 1948-1963 are invited to attend.
electronic warfare-radar surveillance aircraft are coming over Reservations accompanied bya
the horizon, and as more and more uses for the helicopter come to the non-refundable deposit of $15
surface. per couple for food and entertainment
are requested as
Anniversaries provide the opportunity to reflect on the accomplishments soon as possible and no later
and triumphs of the past and to contemplate the than June 1.
challenge of today and tomorrow. By 1980, about 95 percent of naval For information, contact Pete
ships of more than 1000 tons will operate, or be equipped to operate Owen,6557 Nevada Ave., Canoga
aircraft of some form. The challenge Is growing and only by MARINE MESS NIGHT Brigadier General James H. Berge, Park, Calif. 91303 or Phone (213))
Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, (Air) at Headquarters Marine Corps
awareness now of our job In the future can we meet successfully all
and was quest of honor at a formal dinner attended by local Marine of
areas of resource management safety expectations. 3484056.Civilians
ficers and Naval officer guests.
Many of the NavAlrLant units are accident free this anniversaryyear .
and some units have exceeded a span of greater than JO
accldent-/ree. Being free from accidents Is everyone's goal and years If It's I Jax Newsmakers I (Con't. from pg. 8) ..

less than everyone's goal, It cannot be accomplished.With Those who completed the 1280-

the utmost pride in your accomplishments of the past and with ATC R. G. WEINMANN, AKCC. YN2 F. A. VAHCIC has been hour full course were:
anticipation of future I send H. HAYE AND ATC C. E. selected as NARU's Sailor of the Oscar Connell, Charles FieldJr.
progress congratulations
eager my on
this 61 st anniversary. Best wishes for a most successful and safe DENNY, JR., all from VP-45 Quarter. He is in the NARU ., Eugene Ford III, Marvin
air the were advanced to their present Recruiting Department.NARU's Griffin, James Hannon, Dale
In advancing
future as strong right arm of sea power.
rank while the squadron was in most recent benne Holmes, Jimmy Holmes, John
VAdm. Frederick Mlchaelis Rota, Spain. suggs winner is AMS1 JAMES W. Hughes, Robert Kent, John
ComNavAirLantDon't LAWSON of VA-203. The Knighton, Thomas Lee, Warren
suggestion resulted in an initial Lee, Charles Liberto, Jilo
AW2 M.R.ADAMS and YN1 G. $50 cash award. Manning,Lewis Miller,Jr., Gary
D. SMITH were also advanced Myers and Larry Solano.
ForgetPOWMIA's during the Pelican's deployment.SGT. Moving up the promotion Completing the 600-hour short
ladder at MARTD are Lt.. Col. course were:
JOHN R. WHELAN, LT. COL.
CLYNCH NEWSOME, JR. and Terry Arnold, Darwin Con

ANTHONY MARQUES, GY.SGT. B. J. MICKONIS. verse, Paul Cox, Robert
attached to MATSG and a Also at MARTD, SGT. Frascello,Glen Freeman,Lowell
member of the COMFAIRJAXDrug MICHAEL L. CAMERON Lorbeer James Moye and
Awareness Team,has been received the Good Conduct William Richmann.You .

jax% GreateslFURNltURE meritoriously promoted to his Medal.
Pinecastle
N present rank.
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Mies! been stationd here since May of been frocked from CWO-2 at get Medicare 65. coverage whenyou're
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Intramural VA-66 Bowlers Capture First Intramural

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,S Softball In Fleet Air Jax Tournament Bowling


Jax The Fleet Air Jacksonville Area Bowling of the VA-66 team were AMSC StandingsAMERICAN

Standings Tournament was won by the VA-66 team last week witha Henry Linder, LCdr. Charles W.

i five-man team 18 game total of 15, 653 pins. Hartman, III, AT2 Jackie Bedford
and LTjg( ) George Welch.
>. AMERICAN LEAGUE AE2 James A. Harberts led the giving him a 201 average liar- Other teams in the tournament LEAGUE
VA-66 team to its win with a total berts high set was a 663 and his finished in the following or- W L

pin fall of 3632 pins for 18 games high game a 247. Other membersFLEET der :VA-12 with 15,150 pins, LATE CHARGERS 48 50 18
, W EVILDOERS 20
L FAW-11 wih 15,132 VW-4 with
6 ADCOP 44 20
: VW-4 0
FAETU 5 1 15070, VP-49 with 15,050 HARD HATS 44 24
ComFairJax with :14,938 VX-1
4 LEFTOVERS 37:7
VP-49 1
NDRC 4 1 with 14,820 VP-45 with 14,369, MARINE BARRACKS 30 34
VP-16 4 1 VP-16 with 14,243 and VA-45 with HAWKS 29 35

SUPPLY 3' 3 w 14,218. HANDICAPPERS 25 39
2 N 1'r s YA M tIN.'t NDRC No.1 24 40
WEAPONS 4 h The top individual bowlers in
GEMS 1 4 the tournament were Harberts FUMBLERS 18 46
1 SAW BONES 9 59
NARF 4 AME1
with a 201 average,
MEDICAL 0 4 Charles J.Nelson of VP-45 with a
AIR OPS 0 6 184 average.AMSC Henry Linder

of VA-66 with a 182 average, A02 PACIFIC LEAGUEW
NATIONAL LEAGUE t Lynn G. Cord of VA-12 with a 179 L
average.AMEl Marvin L. Mc- WOODPECKERS No. 44 20
SPARKS 41
W L Clain of VP-49 with a 179 average, 23
NARU 5 0 PN1 Richard E. Spiegel of VX-1 SPLITFINDERS 37% 26%
HOSPITAL 3 0 with a 179 average AT2 Harold SPLITMAKERS 37% 30%
NDRC No.3 35% 32%
VP-45 1 0 Foster 'of VW4'with a 176
AlMD 3 1 average,AWC Albert W.Swain of CHIEFS 32 28
FICEUR 3 1 VP-49 with a 174 average GUTTER DUSTERS 28 36
MARINE BKS 2 1 and AMH1 Garlon Duckett of VW- PIN BUSTERS No.2 27% 40%
AFEES 1 3 : 4 with a 173 average. PILL ROLLERS 24% 39%
MATSG i 3 .iicIL : VA-66 is now representingFleet F-TROOP 23 41H'CANE
ADMIN 1 4 Air Jax at the CIN- HUNTERS 21%'33%

FAW-l1 1 4 AIR JAX BOWLING CHAMPS Cdr. J. J. Fleming, iCLANTFLT Championshipsbeing
MARTD 0 3 (center), CO of VA",', stands with the championship trophy won by held this week at Naval
: NARJAX No.1 0 1 the V A.66 bowlers that surround him. Station, Newport R. I. CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
-- W L
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or re* tmuously move forward so that
*, serve sets of teeth behind their when the front teeth drop out PIN BUSTERS 38 22
formidable outer row. National new ones take their place. CHOKERS 39 25
Geographic The teeth con. ii ,
says. ,
QUACKS 38 26
4t1\ HOSPITAL 37:7
Ek TARS 34 26

TILE p P&PPs CHIEFS 28 26 38 32

NDRC N0.2 24 36
EAGLES 22 42

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SEGRAVES, JJ1 MARINA VA-12 TAKES SECOND-LCdr. Pope, COMFAIRJAX,stands with COMFAIRJAX :32 28
the VA-12 bowling team after congratulating them and presentingthem ILL EAGLES 30 34
ROOSEVELT BLVD it ORTEGA RIVER with their trophies for their second place finish in the Fleet Air FAETU ::29., 31
JIC llffl.lloddl wIII EIURE Jax'Tournament. 679th 29 31
.Pltr' M Frtnchited Marina. Phcnt W.. OPEN SUNDAY TAMARAWS 29 31
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:....'... 1 Intramural 1 ,I.I.I.-I.-I.I.t! ,I.I.I.! ,.. .I.!. .,,1 .I t.p.!.I..I.JI! _I+I J: Fliers Softball Season


StandingsAMERICAN Golf f I Jax Sports BriefsINTRAMURAL Begins Tomorrow Night 'I


'a'."'.'Th h' '.'1'.'T T*I'f'.' ".1j'iTi'.'.'. .''1'1,,'.'h'I'.l' Jax The Jax Navy Fliers Tucker of ComFairJax are the
LEAGUE W L Softball team will open their only returning veterans.
NARJAX No.1 10 0 SWIMMING MEETINGJax season at home this Friday and Tomorrow's starting lineup
VP-49 8 3 Saturday, May 12 and 13, with a will consist of Ed McBride from
HOSPITAL 71h 31,2 An organizational meeting for an upcoming pair of doubleheaders against the FICEUR behind the plate, Tom
NDRC 61h 5% Intramural swimming meet will be held on May 17 at Glynco team at Mackroth Field. Tenhagen on the mound, Bill
AIR OPS 61h 51,2 9:30: a.m. at the athletic The first game on Friday will Sauls of VW-4 on first, Jim
office. The meet will be held
COMMUN 3 8 on begin at 7 p.m. and on Saturdayat Boyette of NFO on second,Terry
A..c MAINT 21h 71 June 6. It will be a 100-yard short course meet. All unitsor 1 p.m.Only Tucker at shortstop, Bob Dom-
COMFAIRJAX 0 10 commands interested in participating are asked to three starters will be broski at third, Cliff Murray of
NATIONAL LEAGUE', W L send a representative to the meeting. returning from last year's 6th AIMD in left field,Mike Cameronof
MARTD 9 2 Naval District runner-up team. MARTD in center and Gil
FICEUR 8 2 Tom Tenhagen of PEWR, Bob Montemayor of PEWR in right
VP-16 7 5 INTRAMURAL SAILBOAT RACINGJax _Dombroski. of VW-4 and Terry-- field.HiL.OId .

FAW.ll 51h 51,2 The Intramural sailboat racing season will
VW-4 51h 61,2 begin June 2. All commands and departments are in-
NARJAX 679th No.2" 8 vited to enter crews. Races will be conducted in Day'Sailers.
41h 71,2
FWF 21h 91,2r Three crewmen are required per boat. Get
your crew together and start training now.
1

,,,:... ::t JAX TENNIS TEAM
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..; i t : .,:.. .1B1t : ,
'..,.....'....'..mtKl& be held in July at Naval Base Key West. All personnel
,..............!If...f interested in representing NAS Jax in the 6nd Tour-

,... Od Pr' $ $lon" nament are asked to contact the NAS athletic office at I,. '
;:/' Ext. 3239 ... '.
NOWYaurikm'thavcto; as soon as possible. :: '
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settle for less than
Jax The annual Naval Air Station Golf Club
Championship Tournament will be held at the NAS Golf
Course on Saturday and Sunday, May 13 and 14. Play FriendHAMM's
Y will be 36 holes medal play. Club Championship will be

determined by scratch play, however, awards will be
presented to low net shooters. is here !

INDOOR POOL CLOSED _

Jax The Indoor Pool is no longer open for
AGAIN 0 00vs. recreational swimming. Pool 419 is open daily except

Thursday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. for recreational r
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n*ftutwi.4 Cm frw teMkM MWtrtSOUTHS Last week saw three bowlers in the Intramural
leagues come up with 600 sets. Bockhorst of the VR-50
IDEAMERICAN team had the highest set with a 186-202-235 for a 632 ,
series. Close behind him were Nix of the Quacks with a
234-175-206 for a 615 series and Collier of the Late
Chargers with a 201-202-210 for a 613 set. i'I
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With Track HonorsJax t'a


-The Marine Barracks set Barracks and tied by Smith last Marines finished one-two as
two new records and ran away )'e.ar.John Fretwell of the Marine Kenneth Allston took first with a
with the team Championship Barracks also broke the old time of 23.3 and Henry Askew
Trophy In,last week's NAS Jax record as he finished second finished a close second.
Intramural Track and Field behind Smith with a time of Tommy Durham of the Marine
Meet. 2:03.4.: Barracks and Jack White of VP-
The Marines failed to place in Fretwell came back later in the 16 both finished with times of 10.1
only two of the 11 events of the day to break his own record of in the 100-yard()( dash to share first
day to finish with 70 points and 4:48.4: in the one mile run,set last place honors.In .
the team championship while year,with a time of 4:36.: Robert the relays it was the Marine
their closest competitors, McCloskey of the Marine Barracks again taking first place WINNING THROW- Kevin Jefferson of the Marine Barracks tossed
Hospital and FICEUR, finished Barracks finished second. honors with times of 3:47: in the the shot put 44 feet 3 Inches In last week's Intramural meet for a first
Albert Moscaritolo of Hospitalalso mile relay and 2:12.1: in the 1100 .
with 25% and 13% points place in the Ivent.ONEOFA$1'095
respectively.Ron broke a record in the meet yard medley relay. Harrison
Austin John Fretwell,Ron Smith
Smith of the Marine when he finished the 440-yard
Barracks set a record win his dash with a time of 53.8 seconds.He and Wilbert Bryant made up the A Great Road Machine1.
first place finish in the 8s0-yard beat the 54 second record set mile relay team while Seberry
.., run with a time of 2:03.1.The old by Stan Woodruff of the Marine Granger, James Spruill, Wilbert
and Ron Smith made HONDA 750
Barracks last year. Bryant up
record was 2:07: set in 1966 by
Whitehead of the Marine In the 220-yard dash theTEAM the 1100-yard()( medley relay team.In .
the field events it was Kevin
Jefferson of the Marine Barracks
who took the Shot Put with a
rM1 r-
: throw of 44 feet 3 % inches. Ken
Mills of Medical took second in
the event.
Paul Williams of the Hospital
team took the honors in the Pole
Vault with a leap of 10 feet 6 in-
ches.Carl Steubing of the Marine
Barracks took second. + M
Only one of Gary Iverson's 9
M1 (VP-45)) three tries in the Long
Jump counted but that one was
good enough for first place as he
traveled 20 feet 2 inches. Paul
\ Williams of the Hospital took

!1. I second. Hi-Rise Handlebars, Passenger Backrest, Exc. Cond.
James Monaster of VP-49
CHAMPIONS Capt. William Sizemore, XO NAS, presents cleared 6 feet to take first in the
Mal.( Joseph Lavin, CO Marine Barracks,with the Intramural Track High Jump. Richard Robles of WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN
and Field Team Championship Trophy that the Marines won handily Hospital took second place 1150 Lane Avenue South Phone 781.5511 ;

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