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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 18, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL.. __30 NO. 9 Published in The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida MAY 18.. 1972 f
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items this week's uvr rwHb37 ; y
The following highlight Navy (
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First Vietnam Aces ,
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The Navy dominated the news from Southeast Asia this week by 1
posting a string of successes in intensified action.
The string included the downing of three MIGs by America's first t
Aces of the Vietnam war, the successful mining of seven North
Vietnamese harbors; and the bombardment of shore targets in North
If. by the first multi-cruiser force in action since 1945.
.r-. .. ,43 Phantom II team of Lt. Randy Cunningham, pilot, and 1 H
"ji'|tolliam, Driscoll,radar interceptor officer,downed their third,
.,.: fifth MIGs May 10 over North Vietnam, thus becoming the 1Li
firs American fliers of any service to qualify as Aces solely as the
result of Vietnam air action. j % % ,
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On the day they became Aces, the two fliers were both rescued after ___ ) i I
i their Phantom was hit by a surface-to-air missle and went down off the
Vietnamese coast.
The mining of North Vietnam's harbors was carried out by
I t. carrier planes May 8 as the President announced the action on ------..
national television. "
In a nationally televised interview May 11, the CNO said the mining .j. ','. .0, .
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f t would have a psychological effect on North Vietnamese leaders. "
He noted that by reducing the flow of incoming supplies to "a trickle PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE Cdr. Ray Amor (Standing at Right), Program Director for the
t. or zero," the mining would make those leaders decide whether to use Navy's Transition and Referral Program,discusses counseling provided to military personnel under
their remaining supplies in one large effort or to conserve them for "a the Transition Program with (L-R) Mrs. Nancy Lee, Mrs. E. Grissom and LCdr. R. B. Cantwell,
a, 0 series of smaller efforts" in South Vietnam. Transition Site Officer for the Jacksonville Navy complex.

:' Radannan Review Completed
;f The ten-member Radarman Retention Study Group has completedits
community.review of the morale and retention problems within the Radarman Transition Program Director

The group was composed entirely of Radarmen ranging in rate from
:',. E-9 to E-4 who targeted five areas needing improvement: training,

( incentives. professional development, watch-standing and shipboardlife. Visits NAS Jax Facility _. .

Among their recommendations were to require formal leadership and *

management training biannually for E-5 and above; to authorize Jax Cdr. Ray Amor, Program Director for the Navy's Transition and
incentive pay for the RD rating; to institute a new GI Bill, in-service '
educational program; to reduce the frequency of underway wat- Referral Program visited here last week to view the NAS Jax Transition Site.

chstanding and to have liberal and "imaginative" working hours
established while in port. The visit had a dual purpose: to review counseling and Outreach practices of the Site and to insure
These and the remaining recommendations will be reviewed and that all personnel are aware of the services available to them at the Nas Jax Site.

evaluated by appropriate agencies such as BUPERS and the Chief of Florida Junior College in Jacksonville cooperates with the Transition Site providing enrichment:
Naval Training. programs which are intended to augment other Transition services to all military personnel.Cdr. .

.Amor reported that Transition had, since 1969, provided over one million military personnel
Barachina Named with guidance counseling,and 175,000 have received vocational training under the Program.

: Transition furnishes predischarge counseling,educational assistance, vocational training and Job
Sailor Of MonthJax.AK3 referral assistance to separating personnel. '
LCdr. R. B. Cantwell, Transition Site Officer for the Jacksonville Navy complex, extends an invitation -
Ely P. Barachina has been selected April's to all military personnel In the area to visit the Site in Bldg.200 and become familiar with the

Serviceman of the Month. programs available.

Assigned to the Supply ever showing the stress he is
Deparment, Aviation Support sometimes under, and com- Hats OffToNATTC
Division, Componant Control pleting all assignments in an
Branch, he was recognized in a outstanding manner."
citation nominating him for the Each day he is called upon to
honor as "a quiet and reserved provide material necessary to Jax -- Due to
individual who accepts any ready an aircraft or an aircraft deadline pressures,
number of,tasks assigned. without component for flight or other 'the Jax Air News was
uses.
unable to include Inlas't
Petty ,Officer Barachina's
efficiency factor in filling these week's issue the
requests is "unquestionably the fact that NATTC, as "
highest;'according to the citation. well as NARU ,
"Cooperation is one of Petty assisted at the
Officer ['Barachina's finest attributes ;
Retarded Childrens'b
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I "Regardless of the priority of any Olympics.
matter, he does his utmost to Volunteers from.

satisfy all the needs"of Squadronor AE"A" and AO"A" g .',j .
AIMD personnel. '
School timed and >; ,,

His military deportment and supervisedtrack,
bearing, self discipline, initiative field and swimming f''
SCREENING stock numbers and dedication to duty is events.In .
for a pilot gun sight Is lust one of recognized at all levels in the addition'4the GETTING TO KNOW EACH OTHER was the order of the day at .
the lobs which AK3 Ely Aviation Support Division and Monday's USO Luncheon where military personnel and local business
Barachina does In the Aviation resulted in him being termed eam, leaders discussed ways of working together to help the community as i
Support Division at Hangar 1000, the kind of man that, from the the Jaxon Lancers a whole. About 150 servicemen from the Jacksonville Navy Complex w I
where aircraft parts or com CNO on" down, the Navy wants to performed attended, Including RAdm. Lawrence R. Gels, COMFAIRJAX, and '
ponents are provided. keep. Capt. John R. Kincald, HAS Jax CO. .


"Published by the Holt Publishing Company which is in no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained herein are not official expressions of the i

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Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised
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t t WEEKLY 1972 CLUB SCHEDULES ,


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Archie ;,
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Leslie Phil Cay End Special Events ((56 p.m.) ((9 p.m.)
Ballroom. ,,', Results ,
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Club ? 'Kreegel;nH A Crowd .' Thomas Fair (00:30p.m.)

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Beefeaters. Candlelight
.> Roaring 20s Dinner Closed Night Menu
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Monday thru Thur

11 a.m to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday ,May i l' Peas, Salad Bar, Yellow Pound Cake
11 a.m. to Midnight I Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Friday 6 pm BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice Strawberry Jello.
Friday to
mrdnlght
SANDWICH LINE Cheese Lettuce
11a.m..l1 p.m. Hominy Grits Freid Eggs to Order
11 a m to 2 am'
and Tomato Sandwich or Grilled
Friday & Saturday Tues. Thurs. Sunday.
French Toast w-Syrup Choice of Hamor
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m lla.m..11p.m. Noon to Midnight to Saturday midnight 2 pm Pork Sausage, Creamed Eggs Hamburgers, Frankfurters French
Frl.Slt Fried Potatoes Potato Chips Dessert
9 am. to 2 a.m. Lyonnalse Potatoes Pastry Bar,
Sunday lIa.m..1a.m. Monday thru Thur, Sunday 2 pm DINNER Oyster Stew, Fried Fish Bar.
9 .m. to Midnight 11 '.m. to Midnight to 7 Pm Portions or El Rancho Stew, Baked Tuesday,May 2)
BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato Juice
I Macaroni
w-Cheese Tartar Sauce
Buttered Asparagus Seasoned Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order
Carrots, French Toast w-Syrup, Choice of Hamor
Salad Bar, Cream Puffs
Lou Rawls Scheduled Coconut Bars.SNADWiCH Pork Sausage, Cheese Omelet,
LINE Baked Pork and Beans, Pastry Bar.
Chill Dogs or
Grilled Ham !ft Cheese, French Fried DINNER Chicken Gumbo Soup Hot
To Appear At NASJax Potatoes Dessert Bar. Roast Pork Sandwich, Brown Gravy
SUPPERi Italian ,Spaghetti w-Meat Candled Sweet Potatoes, Chilled
Sauce or Meat Ball Grinders Par. Apple Sauce,Creole Squash, Seasoned
Lou Rawls, one of the most excitingly talented mesan Cheese, Pizza Pies, Buttered Lima Beans, Salad Bar, Martha

entertainers in show business, will be appearing at .8 .Vi Green Beans, Salad Bar, Marble Washington SANDWICH Cream Pie, Hermits.
LINE
Cake, Peach Pudding. Frankfurters or
station clubs here next week. NAVAL AIR STATION SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salad or Grilled Hamburgers, Egg Salad

Lou's song book knows no bounds. His songs are the PROTESTANT Grilled French Fried Hamburgers, Frankfurters Sandwich Dessert Bar.SUPPERi, French. 'Fried' Potatoes,

songs of people all over the world, of all fields of en- SUNDAY Dessert Bar. Potatoes Baked Beans, Italian Spaghetti w-Meat

deavor and of Sauce Baked Lasagna, Pizza Pies
every area expression: Saturday May 20
Parmesan Cheese, Seasoned Brussel
Frequently seen on TV, he starred in and hosted the Church School (all ages) 9 a.m. Hot BREAKFAST Oatmeal, Fried Chilled Orange Juice, 'Sprouts Salad Bar Easy Chocolate
Eggs to-Order,
highly acclaimed "Soul Special" last year and also has at Chapel Annex. Divine Worship Griddle Cakes French Toast, Choiceof .Cake...Vanilla Pudding.-/;
10:30 a.m. at All Saints' Chapel. SANDWICH LINE Submarine
Bacon or Luncheon Meat,
Baked
appeared with Dean Martin, Ed Sullivan, Joey Bishop, Youth Beans, Syrup, Hashed Brown Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers
Red Skelton, Johnny Carson and other top names in the Worship (Jr. and Sr. Potatoes Pastry Bar. Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes I
High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Creole Soup Potato Chips, Dessert Bar.
entertainment field.
nex. Junior and Senior Youth Pepper Steaks French Fried' Wednesday,May 24 \
Since 1967, he has appeared in Amsterdam, London, Fellowship 1:30: p.m. at Bldg. 722. Potatoes Salad Bar, Peach Pie, BREAKFASTS Chilled Orange Juice '
Hot ,
Stockholm and Munich setting house records Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. at Chocolate Chip Cookies. Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order
SUPPER Southern Fried Chicken, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice of
everywhere that are yet to be equalled. the Small Chapel. Cream Gravy Whipped Potatoes Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Creamed '

Check the Jax Air News club schedule for dates and Tuesday Cornbread Dressing, Cranberry Ground Beef, Hashed Brown
Potatoes, Pastry Bar. ;
Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m. at Sauce, Buttered Greens, Simmered
times of performances. Bldg. 750 and Christian Science Navy Beans, Salad Bar, Iced Lemon DINNER Vegetable Soup, Country r
Style Chicken '
Cake, Pineapple Pudding. # Creamed Gravy .
Service 8 p.m. at the Small Sunday,May 21BREAKFASlI.Chllled Whipped Potatoes, Bread Dressing

Chapel. ,w" Grapefruit Cranberry Sauce Buttered Corn.
Juice Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Seasoned Broccoli, Salad Bar, \
AX AIR :NEWS NAVALIIOSPITAL 'Order/Jrlddle Cakes"w-Syrup, French, DUTCH Apple Pie Cherry Jello.
Toast; Choice of Ham or Pork'Sausage. SANDWICH LINE! Sloppy Joes on
Divine Worship 10 a.m. at St. Creamed Dried Beef Home Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgers
Lukes. Fried Potatoes; Pastry Bar. or Frankfurters, French Fried
BRUNCH at 10 a.m.. Creole Soup Potatoes, Dessert Bar. ,
The lAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper NATTC Pepper Steaks French Fried SUPPERi Grilled Ham Steaks,

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station Protestant Worship Service, Potatoes, Peach Pie, Chocolate Chip Pineapple Sauce, Baked Macaroni w.
Jacksonville Florida; by the Holt Publishing Company, a 10:30: a.m. in Building 500. Cookies. Cheese, Boiled Cabbage & Carrots,
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS SUPPERS Pan Roast of Beef Brown Buttered Peas, Salad, Bar, Devils
must /orwarded'ta Gravy Natural Gravy, Showflaked Food Cake, Vanilla Pudding.
; the Public Affairs Offtce. 'Box i. NAS CATHOLIC
Potatoes; Hot Spiced Beets, Buttered Chicken Salad or Grilled Ham.
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Saturday Mass 5 p.m.. at St,: Green BeansSalad., Bar; iced Lemony burgers, Frankfurters, French Fried
items are welcomed Irom'all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass 8, Cake, Pineapple Pudding. t,., Potatoes Baked Beans, Dessert Bar.
3119. Monday,May 22 Thundat.MayJI
a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass-
BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple BREAKFASTS Chilled Apple Juice
"Everything advertised in this publication must oe made Monday Tuesday, Thursday and 'Juice, Hot Oafmeal, Fried Eggs to* Cooked Farina,' Fried' Eggs to Order,
available for purchase. without Friday-ll30; a.m. Wednesday Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup,Choice Choice of Ham or Pork Sausage.
use or patronage regard to race
Mass 11:30 a.m. at the Naval of Bacon or Luncheon Meat Minced Corned Beet Hash, Hard Cooked
creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser user; or
Hospital Beef on Toast, Home Fried Potatoes, Eggs, Pastry Bar.
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Chapel. Saturday Pastry Bar.DINNERz DINNER Mulligatawny\ Soup F'd
advertiser will result Confessions 4:15: and 5 p.m. Cheese Shrimp or Baked tomato
opportunities by an In the refusal to print Soup, Steak1 Meat Loaf
advertising from that source." Smothered w-Onlons, Snowflake; Gravy, Seafood Cocktail Sauce
NATTC. Potatoes, Brown Gravy Buttered Parsley Buttered Potatoes. Seasoned
Mass Carrots, Seasoned Mixed Vegetables Mixed Vegetables, Hot Spiced Beets.
Sunday 9:30
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Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries a.m." Salad Bar, Apple I Turnovers Sugar Salad Bar, Cream Puffs, Coconut
concerning' such should be directed to: Building.500.. Cookies; Bars.
SANDWICH LINE Cold SANDWICH LINE Chill Dogs or
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THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY In 1968, the last Presidential- Assorted Cold Cuts Cheese; Plate Potato Grilled Ham & Cheese, French Fried

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 election year, more than 46 per Salad, Baked Beans Potato Chips Potatoes, Dessert Bar.
'cent 6f eligible servicemen Dessert Bar.SUPPERi SUPPERS Turkey Pot Pie or Fried
Telephone 388.2755 voted. In. 1964, more, than 61 Baked Hamburger 8 Fish Portions French Fried
percent cast a ballot' in a Presi Noodles or Fried -Fillet of perch Potatoes. Tartar Sauce, 'Cranberry
VOL. 30 NO., 9 MAY 18, 1972 dential election. Tartar Sauce, Steamed Rice Au* Sauce, Sfmrnered Pinto Beans.
Gratin Cauliflower, Buttered Green Buttered Greens, Salad Bar, Marble ",
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EditorialA


Time To RememberJax rw


Saturday has been set aside by Presidential proclamation as

Armed Forces Day, honoring the men and women serving In
America's Armed Services.We .

do.so in recognition of the difficult job they do; providing for the .
security of the United States and protecting its interests around the _
world.

It is appropriate that we remember the sacrifices these servicemenand A yr t g1

women have made to insure the peace and security of the United
States. ,.nr

The first serviceman to be taken captive was an Army captain in

1964,who now has spent more than eight years in captivity-the longest.
internment ever endured by an American Fighting Man. .
Our prisoners have suffered intensely at the hands of an Inhuman $,j 9 ,j

enemy. Many,perhaps most,have been denied even basic necessities, Lieutenant Roger lines'''' '

proper food, clothing and medical care. Many of them have been MLutnr IB Action I & PIf
confined in isolation for months.sometimes
years. December.J27.1967SECNAV !,;
While their captors maintain a cruel silence, the families of these .

men wait anxiously day after day for word of the safety and return of

their loved ones. Armed Forces Day Message

In particular, let us remember our fellow servicemen,captured or
missing in South Vietnam and Laos.
/ax AH America this of the sacrifices those fulfillment.
pauses mindful
Of the 6,300 letters received from captured American servicemen,
day In honor of the valiant and who have served this cause havemade John W. Warner,
only 19 have been received from prisoners in South Vietnam and none
dedicated men and women of our In working toward its Secretary of the Navy
from Laos-alleged"evidence" that the North Vietnamese do not have
forces in these countries). Armed Forces, drawn from all

As a result of events' the past few weeks, there is even less walks of life and serving In many
the world and here at
of
credence to this "evidence" than there was previously.On parts .

this Armed Forces Day, let us reaffirm our determination to home. TILE "
On this Armed Forces I
continue a unified effort until the last American held prisoner is home Day
with the American In .
join people
again, andhe last man missing in action is accounted for.
The only difference between our POW-MIAs and ourselves is the set expressing my appreciation to IIOWSIISWIICOMID DIETS -
those have
whose sacrifices
of orders they received.It .'
assured the protection and Nautical Chart *Outrigger Nautical"Wear __
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defense of the freedoms for which .Paint *Fish Boxes Burgee Jacket rW
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so Hardware Skill Table, Wear tviMUDt
forefathers fought sogallently.
do less is to betray ourselves as well our *Repair Materials Acceiorle Other Goodie

I am proud of the role the men WET STORAGEtMARINE HOISTS'HULL SERVICE'YACHT. BROKER
EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE I OUTBOARD STERN DRIVE, I INBOARD
The Burden's On UsJax and women of the Navy and SEE THE NEWEST BATS, MOTORS CANOES.nd TRAILERS .'

Marine Corps have played In SEGRAVES .
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protecting the peace and p.u

-"Nearly two yean have gone by on my watch as Chief of Naval defending llberty-a role shared a ROOSEVELT BLVD it ORTEGA RIVER i
Operations-yean of great change and greater challenge for all by the fine men and women In the .' JICUIN1f1lll.IIoddl iMtAMMCMI4PIr

Americans, both In and out of the Navy..It other Service M Fnnchlr.d Marla Phone:M7 66f OPEN SUNDAY
Is common practice at this time every year to speak In lofty terms Let us rededicate ourselves to BOATS,MOTORS,CANOES:
of our servicemen and women's heroic achievements and patriotic the goal of peace for all mankind Thunderbird Starcraft' .Mfg Troan! Grumman -T-Craft ,
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devotion to duty In spite of enormous problems, both at home and on the ,
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true. Values!" ->,
.Each of you has known or will know hardship and sacrifice even your

family may not always understand.You ''P WHOLESALE $AVING$
have known will know the lCEtOE"ERXONE:
or rigors of life at sea, the lonllness,
the long hours, frequent lengthy separation from loved ones during
long deployments overseas.

You repeatedly have given more of yourselves' than rightly could or POLISH YOUR CAR

should have been asked;yet, day after day, you have done It all again.
The burden of continued national security rests heavily upon the AT NIGHT &

Navy men and women-and upon the Marines we art proud to have on SUNDAY
It 6 P'MSURPLUS
our team. RENT FOR
.SUCCMI failure In gaining and maintaining the peace we seek will

depend a great deal on the cumulative wisdom, skill, experience,and

performance each of you brings to your assigned tasks. ,GOODSDISCOUNT % LESS !
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6 JAX AIR NEWS.LATWING R ,

Cdr. GastleyTakes
Your Dental Health ILLi.LU '


;, Teeth Can Reflect Helm

AT RTU-62

Your Total HealthEDITORS F AG Y" Jax Cdr. Richard D, Gastley

has relieved Cdr. Edward G.
NOTE: The following article is the last of a Stephany as Commanding Of-

series that has been presented by the Jax Air News in _fleer of RTU-62.

cooperation with the Dental Department.Your A graduate of Georgia State
University, Cdr. Gastley started
teeth oral soft tissues and tell dentist 1'i
Jawbones may your a flight training in
deal about health. tell at least in- February of
,I great your general They can or
dicate: 1955, was commissioned an
Ensign in April of
1956
1. How your teeth meet (occlude)and whether or not your Jaws are and
v y1a earned his wings the following
in proper relationship.
2. What your diet is like. ,.',' October.
.,''''; ""' his active
During
3. Your oral hygiene pattern.It ",to"" duty tour
'v ,
is almost impossible to fool your dentist because your mouth, '1' f" ." ... '"''.". IJ.' ; with VP-5, he flew the P2V
without saying a word, tells all. ( i **vi i .r't Neptune.
More specifically, the soft tissues may indicate an unrecognized 'COMFAIRJAX E K jK&e3UK5.RETIREMENT-LI.-*>-* Jim Downs, COMFAIR4AX Cdr. Gastley affiliated with

diebetic condition,anemia,or even leukemia.Vitamin deficiencies in Power Plants Branch Officer, Is piped over the side with |lust over 30 Reserve Squadron 672 in
your diet will often be revealed by the way the oral soft tissues appear. February of 1959.
of service.Former
Certain drugs, such as those taken for epilepsy, will cause changes years Cdr. Stephany had been at the
in soft tissues. Drugs or diseases afflicting the salivary glands will Supply Officer helm of RTU-62 since July 1970.
show marked effects upon the oral soft tissues and even on the teeth He graduated from Stetson
themselves.The University in 1952, Joined the
bony structures may show upon X-ray examination indications Up For Flag PositionSoon Navy the following month and
of thyroid and parathyroid disturbances as well as any bone disease was selected for flight training.
that is afflicting the entire body. after his arrival in assignment at the Aviation After being released from
The mouth may even reveal emotional problems in the patient. As Jacksonville in August 1969, Supply Office from 1966 through active duty in June of 1958, he
an example, bruxism, or grinding of the teeth, is often seen in those Captain Grinstead was awarded 1969. began his Reserve duties flying
who are angry, under emotional stress, or undergoing extreme ten- the Legion of Merit for his For his accomplishments whileat P2V-S's with VP FASRON 745.
sion.Sometimes their teeth are worn flat,and the soft tissues and bone NAS Jacksonville, he was He had served as commanding
around their teeth may also be affected by the stress of grinding. awarded the Meritorious Service officer of VS-24F2 before
The thing to remember about our mouths is that they are a part of ,l) Award.In assuming command of RTU-62.
our entire body. Any disease that can be present in the bone or soft August 1970, Rear Admiral
tissues anywhere else in the body may occur initially in the mouth or (SEL) Grinstead was reassigned
spread there from other parts of the body.In as Assistant Chief of Staff Traffic
the same way, many diseases occuring initially in the mouth canspead (Supply) on the staff of Commander -
to the rest of the One such disease of importance
body. particular
Naval Air
''L Force, U. S. ViolationsJax
is oral cancer. Atlantic Fleet.
Some 36,000 Americans develop oral cancer each year. Two out of i.
three persons whose cancer is not discovered may be expected to die
from the disease within five years. -The following is a report
There is no substitute for regular and thorough examination by your W of motor vehicle accidents and \
dentist. Beginning cancers are painless for a long time and many are traffic violations for the period of
unlikely to be detected by selfexamination.Open May 1-7.,
2tCapt. + Number of Accidents
;; This
period 12
for your convenience 6 a.m.-10 J
This period a year ago 3
a PICK I UP & DELIVERY l A Total accidents this year 140
P.AZ Grinstead Total accidents through this \
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MECHANIC ON DUTY 'I'Io Total number of days since last

AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS \," =:= ) JDEC: injury in a motor vehicle accident -

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OAK HILL 2iI MOBILE
HOMES last year at this time 54

""' =,, Number of Violations
I U lt76t i 12'wide,2 bedroom This period 57

E completely furnished Speeding 16
I SERVICE CENTER i plus Reckless driving 1

iriiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiHHiiiiiiiiniiinHnsniiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmii iintiiiiiiiiiiI03rd 1IIIIIIIIIIIm ".;a 3595 tax Going through stop sign 1
Other Violations 39
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& Jammes 771-9156 "
Seventeen drivers appeared
3115 LEON RD. PHONE 7244454 before the Traffic Hearing Board t
I East of Par 3 Golf off Beach Blvd. .
I IDon't on May 11. Disposition of the
cases included the following.
Eleven lost driving and parking
let money privileges aboard the station for
various periods; None were
assigned to complete an eight-
problems affect hour course in remedial driving;
None received suspensions; Six
were given warnings; None were
your performance. { : dismissed; Nine were fined (U.S.
: Magistrate); and five were
; ,; referred to commanding officers
for possible disciplinary action.
You have important work to do. And "\II Seventeen drivers were

you'll do your best if you don't have other assessed Fifty-three traffic

things on your mind. Like a stack of unpaid

bills. points.HOULE

We consolidate bills.Pay them off. Cut J


monthly cash.payments.To handle And emergency.still give peopleextra For a Let me say this, RADIO, &, TV

trip home. Color TV Whatever. SERVICEColor

4 You have enough to do without worrying "GLAD to be HERE"

about money. Visit or call Avco Financial

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Jacksonville le: 34 W. ,Duval St 356.3311
Jacksonville: 1959 Blanding Blvd. 389-3446 302 BUirmore Blvd.
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#ft I 1 !I Skill Center Offers Variety Of 1 'rainIngI\



:;'r' (< 4( Jax Are you interested Center is the answer- -herein If you are eligible and 3. Vocational trainingreferral training civilian BuPers employment.Inst. 1510,110

h![ in being an auto mechanic, the Jacksonville area. extend your enlistment 'or 4. Job or ch-l outlines transfer

|t.j carpenter, brick mason, Personnel who are active duty, you will be assistance procedures to the
.Ip: food service disabled in assigned to the
manager, or pay gradesE4 in the Jacksonville Skill Center.
motel management and below in any of the Jacksonville Skill Centerfor Participation will Further information on
Center
trainee, or a trainee in following categories: non- the sole purpose of Navy Skill to Skill Center training is
: other civilian the following provide an opportunity
occupational high school graduate, receiving related available by telephoningthe
fields? services: acquire civilian
Vietnam integrated
/ veteran, or not to obtain Skill Center at 772-3272
I\ eligible to reenlist, qualify 1. Counseling skills necessary 'I
3273.
If you are, the Navy Skill for the Skill Center 2.-. Educational-- Assistance suitable and .worthwhile..... or- a ;J
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I Civilian MenuMonday Civilian Highlights I'r


,May 22 Assorted Pudding, White Cake. n '
Minestrone Soup, Baked Meat Wednesday,May 24
Loaf with Creole Sauce, Veal Tomato Soup, Roast Turkey 'i Civilian I
Cutlets with Mushroom Sauce, with Dressing, Barbecue Pork on Wiedecker Named Top
Spaghetti and Meat Sauce, 7 oz. Buns, Macaroni and Meat Sauce,
Chopped Sirloin, Fish 7 oz Chopped Sirloin, Fish
Rice and Gravy, Mashed Rice and Gravy, Mashed Jax William N. Wiedecker, of duties during the eight month associated with Project UNITAS,
Wiedecker determined
material
Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes, Potatoes,French Fried Potatoes, an inventory management duration of Project UNITAS XII.
Blackeyes, Spinach, Corn. Navy Beans,Okra and Tomatoes specialist in the Control Division UNITAS XII was a recent naval resources, requisitioned and
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Tossed Salad, Combination of the Supply Department, has training exercise involving the assembled required material;
Fruit been named the Civilian of the United States and the major created lists of material Including
Cup, Plain Jello, Salad, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello,
Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Jello, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Jello, Month for April.Wiedecker's maritime nations of South Federal Stock Numbersand
Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain selection was America. location within the shipment;
Cottage Cheese, Cucumber Cottage Cheese, Deluxe Cole based largely on his performance During the eight months he was arranged shipment, provided
Salad, Waldorf Salad. Slaw, Beet and Onion. documentation for inventory of
Egg Custard Pie, Cherry Pie, Chocolate Cream Pie, material at the conclusion of the
Apple Pie, Assorted Pudding, Strawberry Shortcake, ApplePie r project and prepared a written
Devil Food Cake.Tuesday. Assorted Pudding, Layer report of material used by each of
,May 23 Cake. the participating squadrons,
Bean Soup, Roast Beef Round Thursday,May 25 d' though neither squadron was
with New: Potatoes, Chili and Chicken Rice Soup, Fried n normally supported by NAS Jax
Rice,Baked Ham and Cabbage,7 Chicken,Uver with Onions, Veal ComFalrWing-11, VP-26 and
oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish and Pork Chop Suey with Rice, 7 VP-17 each expressed appreciation
Rice and Gravy, Mashed oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. for the Supply
Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Mashed assistance received on Project
Macaroni and Cheese, String Potatoes,French Fried Potatoes, 'i4i1t UNITAS XII and the outstanding
Beans, Fresh Squash. Pinto Beans, Turnip Greens, effort made by Wiedecker,
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Corn. contributing to its success.
Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Friday,May 26 Wiedecker started working at
Chef Salad Bowl.FruitJello,Fruit Turkey Gumbo, Baked Stuffed NAS Jax in 1960 after working for
Cottage Cheese, Plain Cottage Peppers with Creole Sauce, the Coast Guard for seven andahalf -
Cheese,Potato Salad, Carrot and Country Fried Steaks, Trout iT 1:' J years in his native state of
Raisin. Almondlne, 7 Oz. Chopped Maryland. He has held his
Pineapple Cream Pie, Sirloin, Baked Beans with present position as inventory
Blueberry Cobbler, Apple Pie, Franks, Fish. management specialist since
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As a result of his selection as
VISITWAYNE Civilian of the Month Wiedecker
will be the second selectee to
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receive a $5.00 gift certificate
al'his civilian du ty station from the Civilian Employee Food
Services Board.NASC .

BUNDING REALTORS AGENCY, Inc. Gives

TOP CIVILIAN-WIlliam Wltdtcktr (r) and his supervisor louis
Let him assist you In Moor review a brochure of Instructions, referred to as the Supply Cash AwardsJax
BUYING SELLING REAL ESTATE'' Departmtnt's"bible"for shipping supplies for Protect Unites,a |olnt
5102 Standing Boulevard American and South American Navy ExercUe. Wiedecker was Cdr. Billy Mcdellan,
Phone 771-9513 _ largely mponslble for supplying material to the participating executive officer of the Naval Air
-. squadrons during the exercise. Rework Facility, and Albert
Gianotti, a civilian employee of
the Naval Air Systems Com-
mand, each won a $5,000
Beneficial Suggestion Award for

ij @iR Wives can join ago.The adopted their cash-saving by the Navy idea four which years was


awards, the largest ever
WlfE e presented within the Naval

Material Command, was
the Credit (Continued next page)
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I' CPO WIVES Aid Day CampJax nos iI I



Seven delegates from Lundgren (NWCA Glynco), Cecil Field and Jacksonville,who I
Jax 86 will leave KpL
Saturday for the president of the Dixie Area met to review progress report
NWCA Regional Convention at Council, will present a $50 from member clubs. The council
Dam Neck, Va.Accompanying.
donation from Ruth Berry to represents all Southeast area .
club President NWCA National Scholarship Navy wives clubs and is : 4-
Sharon King will be .
Wilma Foundation for _
dependent organized to build friendship and j
Goldsberry, Maria Bennett, children. I ;
unity among the members. ,: + 1( ik
Georgiana Balling, Gloria Davis, Mrs. Berry, an honorary The next council meeting will 'bey
; 'Blanche Jenkins and Judy member who sponsors the Dixie be hosted by Cecil Field In j
I O'Rourke. Alternate delegates Area Council, contributed the September. -4ij' 1
:'I are Margarita White, Sally Holt, money at the Dixie Area Council
CPO Wives Club
I Ruth .
Berry and Barbara
meeting last Wednesday at
The CPO Wives Club have
Howard. Mrs. Howard is the Compton Hall. CPO WIVES CLUB members (I to r) Joan Pins, vice presidents
donated to the I
a new refrigerator
regional secretary.At Jax 86 was host for 75 council Jacksonville Recreation Joyce Oliver, president Emma Taylor, past president and publicity ,

the_._convention, Eileen members from Mayport, Glynco, Program for Handicapped chairman; and Bonnie Hendry, director of City Recreation for Han-
"'" --- -- dicapped Children,Inspect the
new refrigerator donated by the club to
Y Children at Sunny Acres
Day Sunny Acres Day Camp.

Camp.Working with the Day Camp is An Italian Buffet will be served Tickets are limited, so call now
r one of the CPO Wives' projects. from 7:30: to 9:30: p.m.Dinner and for reservations: Mrs. R. A.
They are also actively involved dance music will be by the Mosman at 771-6136, Mrs.
with Pinecastle School. Leopard's.Costumes are optionaland Richard Cantwell at 264-7309 or
Club meetings are held at 8 floor shows, speakeasies, Mrs. Richard O'Loughlln at 771
p.m. on the first Monday of each movies and a fortune teller,along 7532.
month at the NAS Jax CPO Club. with souveniors and party favors
Membership Is open to wives of promise a colorful and lively Proceeds from the party will
M1J active duty and retired EVa evening.The fund support the JOWC's various
E9's. cost Is $5.50_per person. Community Projects.
It
Roaring,Twenties
AU of the commands in the

Jacksonville fleers'Wives' Club Just the for
;I are energetically campaigningfor thing Spring,

their nominees for Bonnie and
Clyde to represent their unit at
the Beneficial
the JOWC "Roaring Twenties"party
tomorrow night at the --
> Officers' Club.
.
Pennies will count as votes for
DIXIE AREA COUNCIL numbers from area NWCA branches are (I each candidate. The two with the
to r) Maria Bennett, vice president Ruth
Berry, sponsor; Georgia most votes will become Bonnie
Olivier, parliamentarian Eileen Lundgren, president; and (at rear) and Clyde for the fund-raising
Rusty Howard, secretary and treasurer. spectacular.


It's cash to treat yourself to a new Spring wardrobe...
I Benny Suggs Cont. fronpresented a Page 8In PLUS cash to spruce up the house... PLUS cash justto
,. have and enjoyl! It's the PLUS LOAN at Beneficial

to both recently by the A single supply support control March 1971, George R. In Finance.today! .cub for any good reason. Call up or coma

Honorable John Chafes, then point was initially installed at Burch, aircraft engine worker in
Secretary of the Navy.. The four major Naval industrial the Process Branch,Power Plant You're good for more at BENEFICIAL

checks represented the final activities insupport of 15 Division at NARF, observed that (H]Beneficial Finance SystemLOANS
portion of a$13,165 cash award fora programs. There are six of these many R-1820 engine cylinder
suggestion adopted in 1968 when installations supporting 21 heads were being scrapped UP TO $600
Cdr. McClellan was, assignedwith programs today. because of cracks revealed by Beneficial Finance Co.of Jacksonville
the Naval Air Systems Cdr. McClellan's portion of the Zyglo inspection and suggested a 5059 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE38-4.4595
Command.The award is believed to be the suitable fix which has resulted in 5635 ROOSEVELT BLVD.VENETIA VILLAGE. SHOP.CTR.
Next to Winn Dixie Phone 384 9374
suggestion submitted by largest Beneficial Suggestion substantial savings.His .
5 other Beneficial offices serve the Jacksonville Area!
Mr. Gianotti and Cdr. McClellan Award granted to an active duty suggestion called for those See phone book white pages for,!nearest office
proposed a single supply support member of the Navy since the cylinder heads with cracks foundin
control point 10 furnish and military ,began participating in the area by or adjacent to
control all materials required bya the program. spark plug brushing to be'
contractor for overhaul,reworkor machined in boss'area to remove
maintenance of aircraft. and %Additional Award the cracks, acid etched, and [ LOWEST
aircraft engines. The Naval Air Systems again Zyglo inspected to insure
This system replaced a much Command has authorized the removal by the crack:. This

more costly method which recipient of a $1,000 Benny Sugg made it possible to process I i
provided funds for contractors to Award at NARF to receive cylinders received without I
buy government furnished another $400 and has requested having' to: remove .the head
materials not readily available in NARF Pensacola to consider his from: the barrel.: ,1 PRICES
stock from the Naval Supply idea for possible adoption and for The annual savings from this
System., further award. beneficial suggestion totaled
The new idea has an estimated ,$297,604.56.ATTENTION .,
savings of$12 million for the first

year. It also reduced inprocesstime '..
for aircraft and engines

during 'rework, and caused a w
more rapid return of

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II.. (( (t Jax-Yes,Lt. Cunningham,you started it all. :

t I, (( It is May 22, 1912, and 1st Lt. Alfred A. Cunningham, !

.: U.S. Marine Corps, reports to Annapolis, Md. to t be I

i., f \t designated Naval Aviator Number 5-the first Marine I

, pilot.Thus .
j \ ark Corns .
; <(< Y a t E 'A1 4'I
t I \ began the 60-year historyof phibious techniques, Marine i '
;\ ,'I, Marine aviation, representedhere pilots were getting combat experience i
by MATSG MARTD and and adding their own \
e pA 1# the "Flying Gators" of VMA-11Z. new tactics to both ground and
r .a 1 Sixty years ago this month, air warfare.
d yA even as the Navy was just During the Nicaraguan
II sprouting its wings the Marine Campaign, 1927 to 1933, Marines
Corps entered aviation. In large were discovering many differentuses
and small wars and In between for their aircraft.
wars Marine aviation con Led by Maj. Ross Rowell a
tinuously stepped forward.Lt. flight of five Marines went on a
Cunningham's first flight strafing and bombing mission
1 Yh led the way. From Cuba, Into against bandit forces surrounding
ty i World War I, Marine aviators a Marine garrison and
were with the fleet. became the first to perform
The "Banana Wars" in the organized dive-bombing in
H Caribbean during the early yearsof combat.
this century put new words into Marines In Nicaragua were
x the Marine vocabulary and also the first to use air-to-ground
amphibious warfare. communications in combat and
Three words had their part In the first to transport troops and
r writing history.."close air supplies by air.
w support." In the early 1920's, Marine
Marine air units served in pilots found themselves on a new
Santo Domingo, Haiti and type of mission in Haiti!and Santo
Nicaragua between World War I Domingo-medical evacuation
Early Marine aviators led the way for Today's sophisticated aircraft. and World War II. During these flights.i
years of "peace", while other However, the most well knownof
elements of the Marine Corps the early Med-Evacs took
place during the fighting introattiued
were developing newer am '"
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FLAM1 Marines top Ace reads flight orders to pilots of the "Black Sheep"
OF Squadron, VMF-J14, at Guadalcanal 1942.



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I "CondDUt4fro: :*.:. Corps Marks 60 Years Of Aviation I


at downing their last enemy plane ,,".',&' 1, I sw .'
j Nicaragua. Okinawa. "
Lieutenant, later General, Jacksonville's
"Flying Gators"of '
Christian F. Schilt rescued 18 VMA'142,Marine Air Reserve : : jc411R
J seriously wounded Marines ,Guadalcanal war ; I
over
\ making 10 flights under fire, and jnRabaul and the A
landed on a makeshift landing Philippines.By 1 wrt.i.f:
strip in a village street. His skill the end of the war, Marine P
; and daring earned him the Medal aviation had grown to five air
1 of Honor. wings,31 aircraft groups and 145
i, Until World War II, squadrons. Marine pilots had
Marine pilots continued to Im- scored 2,355 "shoot downs" and ',
prove their new techniques. produced 121 aces,including five .4 -
Although the 1st and 2nd aces who downed 20 or more i '
Marine Aircraft Wings were aircraft.

commissioned in July 1941, there Back on a peacetime schedule,
was only one air group in each the Marines were giving thought
wing when war broke out that to something new in aviation-the
December. Marine Aircraft helicopter.By ,
Group-21 was already in the the end of the Korean
Pacific, with units at Ewa and Conflict, units of the 1st Marine
I Wake Island. Aircraft Wing had flown more
The Pearl Harbor attack than 118,000 sorties, with 39,500
destroyed all but one of the 48 being close-support missions.
Marine aircraft at'Ewa. The one Marine helicopter squadrons had
,1 to escape was a transport sent evacuated nearly 10,000 wounded
earlier to Ford Island for repairs. personnel.
jieir 12 aircraft still operatingafter Then came more years of
the initial attack on their relative peace, but the "cool"
island. They were able to sink a peace kept the Marine Corps on
Japanese destroyer and shoot its toes and making progressthe
down seven of the enemy's planes air. BATTLE BOUND-TbIH SBD's on their way to attack Rabaul In April 1'44 might M from
before their last Jacksonville's own Marine Reserve Squadron, VMA-142,which participated in the attack and flew
plane was Flying an F8U Crusader,Major
destroyed on December 22. John H. Glenn, Jr., broke the same type of aircraft at that time.

Then the 20 unwounded sur- the transcontinental speed
Major Glenn didn't there.A .
vivors of the squadrons original record, crossing from Los few later he stop went still DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OUR USED CARS
years
61 men joined the ground troops Alamitos,Calif to Floyd Bennett
higher and faster the first
as AND
and fought as infantrymen until Field, N.Y. in three hours 22 ANYBODY ELSE IS ABOUT $200.
American to orbit the Earth.
they were killed or captured. minutes and 50.05 seconds.
And today, 60 after Lt.
Marine His the first years pfww *
pilots supportedMarine was upper atmosphere
Cunningham opened the doors to '
and Army forces all along flight from coast to Marine aviation, Marine pilotsare myvw
the march coast. SEGA?
across the Pacific, Vietnam.As serving. their country in NICK

many a Marine on the USED CARS t
CREATIVE PLAY SCHOOL ground must have said after CASSATAVENUE PHONE 384.2351

ORTEGA HILLS NURSERYMRS.MARION being Marine saved close-air from a tight-support spot by- (or contact Tony Galan 771-3211, Ext.555))

"Thanks, Lt. Cunningham." HOURS: S:30AM-BPM, SUNDAYS: 12:30PM: -S:30PM

PAYNE, Phones:
Owner it BUSINESS 3141497MRS.
.JAMES BAGGETT, HOME 317.1400
S'S
Teacher _, C54 aC C sr.IEtS Blandmg Boulevard R.
House of Quality Foods 'Cedar Hills Shopping>Center
OPENING SEPTEMBER 6, 1972 Phone 7N V22J

MONDAY.WEDNESDAYFRIDAY,8:45AM11:45AMI : Every FRIDAY Night is
3 and Every: SATURDAY Night t U NIGHT
4 YEARS OLDSState ; w FAMILY

Certified Teacher Mid-morning Snack Field Trips of
STEAK 179NIGHT chick
Creative Learning Experiences Limited Class Enrollment &

REGISTRATIONI! I' '. Dumplings 79.
By Appointment,Children/ must be screened
Steak
FEES .. Chopped
Monthly$25, Registration$5 per yr.,Supplies$15 per yr. ,% Lb. Club Steak with ed.potaJo. ...and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter

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Annual

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Legal



CheckupJax


.J -An annual legal checkupwill

\ be the Navy's 'ounce of i ii
'/",
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t l !. prevention' to provide Navymenand I r
\ women advice and
fJiJ ,, "... '; assistance before they get into

difficulty.The .
i\, "'* : 'preventive law'
II program
t 'f.,.'t -; outlined in OpNav Instruction rt ,
1 f 5801.1 is the product of the Navy's sf

'f ever increasing 'people'
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awareness and the Judge Advocate
NATTC RETIREMENT-MM1 Norman L Harris and his wife are General Corps.

. piped ashore NATTC. Prior to his retirement, MM1 Harris was In Each October, designated REACHING FOR A STAR-YNC James W. Butler of VP-4 receives

NATTC's First Lieutenant Division.Surplus Legal Checkup Month, Navy congratulations and a new star from Cdr. Robert A. Hall,V P.49 CO,as

commands will distribute a new he Is advanced to E-8.
Auction Set legal affairs questionnaire to

1ti each man reporting aboard. The
Jax The NAS The public is in- 18-question form will ask simple .Tax Merit. Promotions
- - - - -
Jacksonville Disposal vited to inspect the things like,"Do you have will?"
located or "Did you file an income tax nouncements the of-
Facility, property. Jax The following on
return? The tell
south of the main his yes-r-no answers person whether can by he position has been ad- ficial bulletin boards in

gate, has scheduled a Military and should go to the Navy Legal vertised under the Jax their work areas at least .

local auction of civilian Department ,Assistance Office for help. Merit Promotion Program once a week.-

government surplus of Defense personnel The originator of the idea is since our last issue: They are also en-

property on May 24. may attend, ex- Cdr.Legal Robert Assistance Redding Division,head at of JAG the Supvsy. Production couraged to contact the

Following registraeluding those under Headquarters.He Controller (Aircraft), GS- Employment Office, Ext.

tion at 7:30: a.m., the 18 and anyone con- cautioned all commands to 1152-10 ((53-72)) Closing 3448, or,the Rating Branch,

auction will begin at 9 nected with the make sure their personnel get the Date 53072.Employees. Ext. 2320, Civilian Per-

. a.m. Items to be sold Defense Property forms, fill them out and pay a are urged to sonnel Department to

I are located at the Disposal Programs, visit to the legal office for advice. look for the Merit inquire about positions In
The program will be given wide
disposal yards at NAS their agents, em- publicity during the 'Legal Promotion An- which they are interested.

Jacksonville and ployees and immediate Checkup: Month'.
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security and its retirement,
survivors, disability or Medicare
the benefits See your telephone
"Straight facts"from
: directory for the tele-
: ComFatr Jax
Awareness
eOn Drug Team". phone number and address of
the nearest-.social security of.. .,
flee.

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EVANGELASSEMBLY


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The roach, or butt, is the most potent part of the ((2 Blocks from Lane Ave.
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ARMY GREEN TO NAVY BLUE-Newly appointed Lt. George C.

Pr '! ,1./ i1 ti L I Bonstelle, Jr. signs his enlistment papers In the presence of Capt.
) -,'. 'p: Hugh Tate, NARU CO. Lt. Bonstelle was recently accepted Into the
7 7:1,< I Naval Air Reserve program following approval of an inter-service
; ) 24,000 MILe transfer from the inactive Army Reserve. PASTOR CECIL WIGGINS

; GUAR Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
I I;, :yt ANTeeI Morning Worship 10:50 A.M.
/I! \ Evening Service 7:30: P.M.
7 95P'us
7x 12 I

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INSTANT CREDIT 5 O-600- E T.! SPRING MOTORSVOLKSWAGENS
e NO DOWN PAYMENT 50.700X
LONG TERMS UT5-735.775" 13 CUSTOM BOOTS (
FREE MOUNTING 560. 14 q In Leather or Suede Sales .
Serv
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FREE TIRE REPAIR WHITE OOXU MOCCASINS, VESTS
FREE FRONT END STRIP' E ONLYi2 p-I and many other leather goods ENGINES a TIANSMISSIONS
INSPECTION .SO rXCHANCID
ALL EXTRA
0 5963 BLANDING I BLVD Ph. 7724020
FREE TIRE ROTATION PROPORTIONATELY
LOw, \

WE UNDERSELLALLd.parfm.ntstores
company stores&Independent lire dealers i"1
PASSENGER TIRE GUARANTEE 1
Guaranteed against all road hazards and defects for the life of the CONCEPT
original tread. If tire falls,we will,at out option,repair It free or replace NEWEST _
It,charging only for the tread worn on a pro.rata share of the exchange IN APARTMENT 'LIVING
price Dlus tax.Quarante.d .
against wear-out for a specified number of miles.' If tread'wears '1,1 .3 BEDROOM 1 AND 2 BATHS
out In this period,we will replace' ,charging the current exchange
price less "set dollar allowance" plus tax. Commercial.vehicles ..xd Spacious rooms, wide windows, Kingsley, 'buR tUUMtSS ISVOtKSWACf
central heat & air condo Private AUTOMOtlltS
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patios, sundecks, swimming pool

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OPEN 6-6 MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
<" 'I DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding "WAllY" 'WOLGEMUTH
'- I 5444'NORMANDY liVD. 718-0721 (rTT.. Blvd.' a Orange Park. Minutes "SMITTY' H. C,' SMITHHIGHWAY
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY I i CLASSIFIED

Publisher !i: ADVERTISING : Movie Schedule

JAXAIRNEWS
NAS Jacksonville = CALL: 388-2755

i Ads should be
mailed to arrive not later than
E Tuesday
for publication the
LATWINGER fOllowing Thursday.
i Ads
arriving too late
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE i published! the for this deadline will b.
following week unless
the
:I publisher Is Instructed otherwls A check or Thursday May 18 Drama, Starring George C. Scott
received money order for the full cost of the ad must b. NAS: "COTTON COMES TO and Karl Mauldin. "PG" (171

4747 San Juan Avenue I WITH the copy for the ad. HARLEM" Color Suspense, min.) }',. i

Jacksonville, Florida :. RATE: minimum charge(3lines( ) $2.00 Starring Godfrey Cambridge and HOSPITAL : "COTTON
Per additlon.llint((4 words per line) .so min Raymond St. Jacques. "R" (97 COMES TO HARLEM"


---- # # ,# #, .. ..--.-. Saturday, May 20
"d HP """" ;, \;, .,, n n (, HOSPITAL: "IN SEARCH OF
z NAS "THE MAN WHO
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L BUSINESS MACHINES ; GREGORY" Color Drama,

EMPLOYMENT Adding machines, Cash Registers, RENTALSHOUSE Starring Julie Christie and HAUNTED HIMSELF" Color

Typewriters, Elec. Calculators Jax Michael Sarrazin. "PG" ((90 Suspense, Starring Roger Moore
-- Cash Reg. Co. 3872469. 818 S. McDuff -- and Olga Georges-Picot, "PG"
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JOBSI! JOBSI JOBSI! Ave. FOR
Shorthand Secretarys, Dictaphone 3BR, 2b., Fam. rm., Or, Lr, Avail.: Friday,May 19 (94 min.)

Operators, Typists, Clerks, 3 SINGERS$20 EACH June 4,'264.5837 evenings. NAS: "PATTON" Color War HOSPITAL: "PATTON"

Keypunchers.HIGH PAY NO FEE Sewing machines In excellent con. ORANGE PARK

Call Norrell Temporary dltlon. Furniture Sew 'N' ound. 1564 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn.,
396.537)BOOKKEEPERSECRETARY Hendricks Ave., Corner LeSalle St.REAL Dlswasher, Drapes, Carpets,

,- Elizabeth Apts. 771.1405 or 7713355.BEINGTRANSFERRED .
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Wanted for Kentucky Fried Chicken
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office. Top salary for qualified per. J
CASH Let a retired Navy man who understands
son. 5 days, 8.5. Apply 6427 Blending
We buy,sell'!and trade equities YOUR problems managethe
Blvd. Orange Park
rental of house until
Louise T. Bailey your you .
771.3605 BrokerWEREPRESENTMANY return to Jax.Bartleson .

MAIDS t LAUNDRY ,O'Neill& Payne, Inc.
1147 So. Edgewood Ave.
ROOM HELPERS
388.9311APARTMENTAVONDALE
t day week. Experienced preferred,
Apply In person-Ann Knight HolidayInn of the Navy Personnel Interested In
Orange Park.TRAILER. purchase of land for future use or HOMES FOR UVING
On riverfront. 1BR, Kit. equip. Cent.
profit.Alsohomes of value, FHA or VA
Heat&Air. No pets.$160. mo.Call MAGAZINE f
HOMESITE financed, In all sections of city. Please owner 3889886. ,.?"'...pKM I"..'K......ft ._?.,........",..
Available for respectable couple interested contact Tom Brooker, US Navy MOVING OUT OF TOWN

In outdoor living.. For rent Reltred your Interested protected. HOUSE FOR RENT w.He.,"...........""'ft." _......................00.."'''',,''',... .
free homesite In Ft. Caroline, WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA, 3BR, 2bath, Paneled den, Fenced ill,h.Un,'."5'.....
organization would require Ranger INC. yard, Cent Heat 8. Air. $200 mon. $50. w.....h.',you IM.II,M..."....1'',Ihr.v,h.....i...11,1.._
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wIth N.Ir.r.l Mulrrlra .
caretaker work for camp. Call 9am- Realtors dep. Avail June 1. Near NAS. 7861372. Mr.r.

5pm 396-2688 or 3964564. 389-5514 771-2012 WATSON CORP. OF JAX Realtors
- 5644 GREEN FOREST DR.
HIDDEN WATERS Available June 1st. 3BR. Unf. house. 4640 BLANDING BLVD.

MISCELLANEOUSARECORDEDMESSAOEBYA Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots $130. mo. HONE 772.9100
available. Excellent fishing, boating, Louise T.Bailey
swimming. Mobile Home area. High, Broker "I440S
LEADING ANNOUNCER wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E.
Lake Asbury on No. 209, LaRue. 725- 3BR.HOME
Tells you how you may becom'I'DISC 3992. Old home,compl.furn., Den,Washing

JOCKEY machine, Perfer 3 Navy men.3846852.
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Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. 771-3052 737-3864 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern
Pick up & Delivery Available. trailers and apts. 389-3007.

Grooming, Deflealng &> Bathing.
Masterchargt & BankAmerlcard NEW HOMES SHORT OF CASH'RENTING' INC.

accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 3&4BR2 baths, Built-n) -Range, Cent. ,
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. Heat, Prices from $19,900 up. FHA or Use our Rental Purchase Plan
VA Terms. Fast Occupancy. Edw. 0. to get Into a home of your own. 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511

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NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO 10607 Atlantic Blvd. OPEN DAILYITOIJO-SATURDAYIT05

Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape Jax 721-1444 CLOSED.SUNDAY MAY 21
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate
FOR RENT
LOT
M-H
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. BEAUTIFUL 2,3,4 9 5 ACRE TRACTS'On Shady 100'x160' lot. 3 miles south of AUSTIN HEALY SPRITE,23,000 $1395
Normandy Blvd.,two miles west of
Orange Park HI School. 7719638. miles
Cecil Field. Choice homesltes, paved
LIVE CRABS road, close to town, local phone, no AMBASSADOR 10x61 71 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE, 7,000. miles .$2495

Wllford's Fish Camp restrictions. LOW DOWNPAYMENTEASY Furn., 3BR, IV* bath, Air cond:, Ex. clean
-Mobile Homes
264-9707 TERMS Awning 5x7'. Utll. shed. Orange Park
Welcome. Free title Insurance, lust 241.5129. 71 GMt 112 TON PICKUP, Trailer Hitch, $2295

surveyed. NORMANDY ACRES. Signon .,,,,,,
Inspection: "" "" Clean
SINGER TOUCH A SEW property. Your personal t'1R' jf M 1
Invited anytime. DEVELOPER. .. ,. ,$P ..J'AtJ
Makes all type fancy designs. But .> "" : 69CHEVELLE WAGON, 8 cyl, AT, PS, $1895
tonholes, stretch stitch, winds bobbin OWNER 289-3421. .
Inside machine. Like New Reipon- 66MERCEDEZBENZ200D R&H
Bible/ party to take up pmts. of M. per Exec. cond., $1500.202 San Marco, St. 71 VW BUS $2750
mo. Rayf lelds. 6437 Wilson, Blvd. PRESCOTT,ARIZONA Augustine. .
Offers best climate In the state. CORVETTE- n CONVERTIBLE 69 OLDS, AT, AC, R&H, Clean $1950
Into 2-
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PRESSURE WASHING Historic old ranch PB, PW,AC,AM-FM, 8 track
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acre homesltes near Prescott AT, 71 VW STA. WGN., 16,000 miles, AT, R&H $2895
70,000 miles, $2600.
MOBILE HOMES.HOUSES Two.cr'ls: $19995. tape, 327' 300 HP
FILTERKLEEN low National terms.Forest.For full details write Mrs, 398-9909 ,.5, '398-7883 aft 6 and 69 SQUAREBACK, AC, R&H, AT, Low

354-7574.Ans.Serv. 8-6pm A.L. Young Glenarm Land Co., 2233 weekends: Mileage $2195
RUPP ROADSTER
RAY'S TV SERVICE North 7th_St., Phoenix 85006. Tecumsen powered mini bike. Nearly 71 SUPER BEETLE, AM-FM Radio,
$175. 131 8th Ave. S. Jax
half priced Air
Specialists.Color a. B&W3739MacGregor $2195
@eech. 2466009.

- 771-0608 2 blks. off of LOT Gradln Lake, $1000. 69 FORD STATIONWAGON 71 VW 411, Sliver l Metallic, only 6,000 miles. 4

no thing down, $23.95 per mo., or $800 PS, PB.AC New tires.15002646223. Dr., AT, AC $3008
LAWN MOWING I EDGING
call Hart cash 781.9385 4dr., H. top CHEVY, AT, AC IMPALA, PS, R&H. Exec. 70 GHIA, Coupe, Bright Blue, 6000 miles or 6

771.3211 Ext.8340: WANTEDTOHIRE cond., $795. 387-2469 and aft Spm 389- mo. Warr. Guar on engine $1990

Registered Real Estate Salesman JAM mr 70 VW, Fastback'Blue, 23,000 miles, $2050
TYLER'S AIR COND.SERVICE full tlme-Floor time split 50-50 with 67 AUSTIN HEALEY JOOOMKIII I
we service Auto AC,' Central Units Broker at 20-40.401 also Salesman full $18,000 or best offer. Excellent con. R&H $2012

4711 and Palmer Window Units. Reasonable. or part time to cover all or any areasof dltlon. 384-6306 or 3B4-293T. 70 VW Bus, R&H $2495
Lake Shore 388-5161 county; Also
other
Farm Clay and or Land any specialist needed. Loaded 2$$3,900' SPORT or best FISHERMAN offer.384-6306 or 68 VW, Sedan, R&H, Blue $1250

SEWING MACHINES CHARLES R. MOBLEY, Realtor4 384-2937. 66VW SQUAREBACK, Beige, R&H $1200

STEREOSI mile IOU.,of Black Creek on Hwy. 17. -ire[ 111. I ...
I have four 1971 GoldenSew Singer ZIgZags Green Cove Springs 2849365. x.1..1. PHONE Nice Selection of other Model VW'sQ
,and four 1971 beautiful Capehart 1 I X41
stereos. Used for display In model 100 % GUARANTEE!
homes.Will sell for a fraction of their HOUSE FOR SALE I

cost. Each$65.cash,or terms of$9 per News 4BR, 2 bath, on approx.,will carry one r;')I \ gave them the, VW U-polnt Safety and Performance Inspection..,

'month. Free home trial. Call Display Icre 20000. Owner $2000. Some Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed it.
Manager. from
3981683. mortgag. Lots 4 river lots left And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
AFRICAN NIGHTCRAWLER WORMS river view $5000. Only Estates", only I 2 1249.1251 King St. malor mechanical partfor' 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and

4Vi' to SW, Bait size 55 cents-cup(50)( ) 20 percentt down. Balance In 10 years I Jacksonville, Florida 32204- II double check.

or 85 cents-100 bulk. Bedrun-$6.-1000. Hwy. 17, south of Green 1 ENGINE-TRANSMISSION-REAR AXLEeFRONTAXLE.
Normandy Village, 8020 Patau Dr. So. 1 WANTEDUSED ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ....

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Navy-Marine Bowlers F- Intramural


I Plan League Banquet BoaingJ t Standings Bowling


Jax The Navy-Marine league is limited to 10 ._
teams so ---'"""' ----- -- - ATLANTIC LEAGUE
Bowling League's long season I interested teams should get their IT'S THE LAW! requirements, this Just makes W L
came to an end last week with- the rosters in as soon as possible.For The new "Federal Boat Safety good sense to the small boat REBELS 49% 14U
Good and Bad team taking the information contact Ron Mackieat Act of 1971" (Public Law 92-75) owner. The chance of recoveringyour VR-50 39 25
title with an 111-29 record. The Ext. 3812. was signed by President Nixon on boat if it Is stolen is greatly AFEES 39 29
US-Kingsley Motors team This weekend, May 19-21, the August 10, 1971. While the increased if it is registered with WOODPECKERS No.2 37 29
finished in second with a 95-45 Navy-Marine League will be average boatowner may not have the state. FUBARS 33 31
record and the Ardsleys took sending a representative team to yet felt its impact, some aspects If you think this law infringes BLOWHARDS 34 34
third with a 9O\ -49\ record. the Florida State Bowling of the law are already in effect. on your rights as a free and FICEUR"5" 31% 36%
The league banquet will beheld Tournament In Miami. Team For example, if a Coast Guard responsible citizen, just take a 'VP-Q No.1 31 37
on May 23 at the CPO dub members will be AEC Ron boarding officer observes a boat look at some of the unsafe boatsor NUBS 31 37
Banquet Room at 7 p.m. Dinner Mackie, team captain, SSgt. being used without sufficient irresponsible operators we see BEES 24, 44
will be served at 8 p.m. and the Kenneth R. Coots, Carroll L. lifesaving or firefighting devices, on the water every day. Apparently VP-Q No.2 15 49
trophy presentations will follow Fletcher, CWO-4 George Baker, or in an overloaded or otherwise ,many operators will not
dinner. Herb W. Colt, local ABC AEC John Peeks and ATI Jim unsafe condition, he may now consider their own safety or that CONTINENTAL. LEAGUE L
Secretary, will be present at the Crut irds.! SSgt. Coots was third direct the operator to take Im of their passengers until forced to CHOKERS W 43 25
ceremonies. high all-events champion in the mediate action to preserve the by law. The majority of boating PIN BUSTERS 42 22
During the banquet trophieswill recent Greater Jax Association safety of those aboard the vessel. fatalities (especially in small
be presented to Jim Elimination Tournament. This may include directing the boats) result from capsizings, BUSCH LEAGUERS 41 23
QUACKS 41 27
Cruthirds for high average with a operator to return to mooring and falls overboard and sinkings.
178, Ron Mackie for most improved remain there until the hazardous With adequate lifesaving devices, HOSPITAL '37 27
as he raised his average IntramuralSoftball situation is corrected. readily accessible, most of these TARS 36 28
10 pins during the course of the On April 17, 1972 the present fatalities could be prevented.Most CHIEFS 31 33
season, Carroll Fletcher for high P&PPs 26 42
federal requirements for fires and explosions are
series scratch with a 640 and Jim lifesaving devices to be on boardall caused by fuel line or associated NDRC No.2 24 40
Ray for high game scratch with a EAGLES 23 45
motorboats was extended to equipment failures which permit
250. Ray will also receive a MOLLAR ROLLERS '16 48
include sailboats, canoes, explosive vapors to collect in
century club patch and a plaqueas StandingsAMERICAN rowboats and towed recreational closed compartments. Your fire PACIFIC LEAGUE
his 250 was 100 pins over his boats. extinguisher, even though it is W L
average. One aspect of the new act is Coast Guard approved and WOODPECKERS 144 20
Others receiving trophies will LEAGUEW that any undocumented vessel carries a current inspection dateas SPARKS 41 23
be Gil Foran for high series with equipped with propulsion required,is of little value with- SPLITFINDERS 37% 26%
handicap at 678 and Joe Gibbs for VW-4 I machinery of any type shall havea out proper ventilation and, above SPLITMAKERS 37% 30%.
high game with handicap at 265. FAETU 7 1 1 number issued by the proper allgood headwork where gasoline NDRC No.3 35% 32%
The Navy-Marine Summer VP-49 6 issuing authority in the state in is concerned. CHIEFS 32 28
League will start on May 30. The NDRC 5 1 which the vessel is principallyused. Power Boat MeetingThe GUTTER DUSTERS 28 36
2
VP-16 5 2 Previously, only those Jax Navy Power Boat Clubis PIN BUSTERS No.2 27% 40%
SUPPLY 4 3 boats with motors over 10 going on a trip to Ponce de PILL ROLLERS 24% 39%
GEMS 4 4 horsepower required numbers.I Leon Springs on May 27th and F-TROOP 23 41
NaVy-Marine. WEAPONS 2 2 5 talked both the Florida Fish 28th. Anyone interested in going H'CANEHUNTERS 21%., 33%
NARF 5 and Game Commission and the is welcome regardless of whetheror NATIONAL LEAGUEW
1
Bowling'Scores MEDICAL :Marine Patrol representativesand not you are a boatowner or
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a 0 there is presently some club member. This will be on a
AIR OPS-
&\ 0 6 GEM 42 22
'space available'
IZ confusion over enforcement of basis so contact
'1 this law in Florida. They both John Kilchrist at 3538 or at his RADAR 17 41 23
FINAL'STANDINGSW NATIONAL LEAGUEW said that until they were directed home telephone 264-9373 for COMFAIRJAX 36 32
L reservations.TIPS. 679th 34 34
otherwise they would continue to
L NARU ( 7 0 enforce registration of only those ON SAILING NAMTD 32 32
GOOD AND BAD 111 29 VP-45 2 0 boats over 10HP. They did tell If your problem is "going to LEPRECHAUNS 33 35
US-KINGSLEY MOTORS 95 45 FICEUR 5 1 me that any other owners could windward", then don't overlookthe ILL EAGLES 32 36
ARDSLEYS 90% 49% HOSPITAL 4 1 register their boats with the stateif standing rigging. A small TAMARAWS 31 33
THE SPOTS 64 76 MARINE BARRACKS 4 1 they wished and display the amount of aft rake in the mast FAETU 30 34
SHUTBIRDS 62% 77% AIMD 4 2 numerals. They went on to say can make a world of difference as FLAP JAX 29 35
NAV-MARS 61% 78% FAW-11 3 4 that this registration would not to who reaches the windward WOMEN'S LIB 20 44
AOBNo.l 57 83 AFEES 1 4 include the requirement to buy mark first. With the boat in the
7-GUNS 54 86 J MATSG 1 5 the annual, tax decal for boats water, riding on its normal AMERICAN LEAGUE'w
THE SANDBAGGERS 52% 87% ADMIN 1 6 under 10HP. waterline, the mast should be L
THE METS 52 88 ]NARJAX 0 3 Beside meeting the federal raked slightly aft. This,however, LATE CHARGERS 50 18
should not be done at the expenseof EVILDOERS 48 20
"loose shrouds". Once the ADCOP 44 20
rdH boat is underway you should still HARD HATS 44 24LEFTOVERS
have slack in the leeward shroud. 37 27
I we could help This allows for a slight forward MARINE BARRACKS 30 34
rake when off the wind. Never HAWKS 29 35
hesitate to make major changesin HANDICAPPERS 25 39
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PAGE 16 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


I Fliers Open Season With- Three Wins Over GlyncoGilbert

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Jax The Jax Navy Fliers Jim Boyette of NFO,Ed McBrideof hit a bloop single in the
Softball team got off an Impressive FICEUR andCliff Murray each seventh to break the string of
start to their 1972 season had two hits apiece to lead the zeros. Blackburn and Tenhagen
last weekend at Mackroth Fieldas Fliers eight hit attack. Tom combined for 12 strikeouts Steve
they won three out of four from Tenhagen of PEWR was the Young VP-56 and Ron Sutton of
the Glynco team. winner as he struck out five. AIMD each had two hits for the
In the first game of the serieson In the second game on Fridaythe Fliers.
Friday, the Fliers found Fliers started their second On Saturday the Fliers were
themselves on the short end of a string team and the result was a coasting along with a 3-1 head
3-1 score going into the fifth in 3-0 shutout victory for the Fliers. going into the top of the seventh
ning. Cliff Murray of AIMD and John Blackburn of NARJAX had Inning when the sky fell in on
Mike Cameron of MARTD a no-hitter for five innings before them. Glynco scored three runs
started off the inning with back to tiring. Tom Tenhagen came into on two hits and four errors to take
back doubles and the Fliers went relieve him in the sixth and kept the contest 4-3. Gil Montemayorof
onto score five runs to win 8-3. the Glynco team hitless until PEWR went one for two with a
w triple, Bob Dombroski of VW-4
II IIJ' went two for three,with a double

and Cliff Murray went two for thi .
two. Tenhagen was the losing
pitcher.It .
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looked like Glynco had found a
the secret of beating the Fliers in
the second game on Saturday as
J' rL they scored three In the first
inning,one in the fourth and three
: more in the fifth for a 7-1 lead
!/L over the Fliers going into the
/ bottom of the seventh. The Fliers SAFE-Gil Montemayor of PEWR,the Fliers catcher,slides safely
caught Glynco off-guard, Into third for a triple In the Flier 4-3 loss on Saturday.
however, as they scored seven
runs In their half of the inning to
win the game 8-7.
In that big seventh inning Cliff
Murray started it off with a walk,
Ron Sutton singled, Vincent
O'de.nbrett of VW-4 walked and

Blackburn, Boyette, Cameronand
McBride singled sue* MY li11i N I !
STRIKE ON THE WAY Tom Ttnhag fires a pitch toward the
cessivley to give the Fliers six
plate In action that occurcd during the Fliers 4-3 win over Glynco last
runs before the first out of the
Friday.
inning. Bill Sauls of VW-4 then
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asr AY, The Fliers will try to continue
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Call 772-8477 ''in a four game series with the
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Jax AT NATTC, Lt JG) has been promoted to his present Two COMFAIRJAX officers
James Gilley has been promoted rank. have been cited by RAdm.
to his present rank. Lawrence R. Geis, COM
He is the NATTC Special LCpI. Dana A. Eckel, attached to FAIRJAX.Cdr. .
Services Officer and the officer- the MATSG Training Section,has E. F. Cox received a Gold
in team, the Jaxon Lancers Commissioning Program ECP). Commendation Medal for his
.He has been assigned to the
work as communications officeron
MARTD's Marine of the 79th Officer Candidate Course the USS Oriskany.Cdr. .
Quarter LCpl. Richard C. Mize, and will report to the Com- Cox is now Resources
a cook with the NAS Food Ser- manding General, Marine Corps Management Officer on Adm.
vices Branch.As Development and Education Geis staff.
well as winning the honor, Command, Quantico, Va.
LCpl. Mize also received a Candidates who successfully
',''''f' '.' ( Meritorious citation for his complete the course, and who Cdr. Neil Craig received a
h .' .t". ,,,,! '..:. )' ;, ......-...-- exemplary performance of duty. succeed in receiving a recommendation Letter of Commendation from the
.,(If ',- '1'. 4. "' Promoted to their present from the training 7th Fleet for his role in the
*" : r. if ranks at MARTD were: Cpl. command, will be appointed spotting and subsequent sinkingof
CORPSMEN OF THE QUARTERLtoR( ) HM2 Brim F.Ward.nd David A.Brown,LCpI.Morris W. Second Lieutenant in the Marine an enemy infiltrator ship off
HM3 James E. Maddox have been selected as Servicemen of the Hardy, and LCpl. Kevin R. Corps Reserve and assigned to Vietnam in March 1971.
Quarter at the Naval Hospital. HM2 Ward is detailed to the Administrative Ochsner. the basic school for further He is Plans Officer on the staff
Division and HM3 Maddox to the Nursing Service. training. of COMFAIRJAX.
Three members of the MATSG w
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with a single,and Chavis came on tightened up last Friday as
to score on a passed ball. NAMTD and VA-81 found
Fastpitch: AMP whitewashed Slowpitch: Lightle and Walker themselves tied for the top slot, s a
Weapons 11.0 behind the three both smashed long homers to with CLAW-1 a point behind thefrontnmnen.BenWhittenofVA
hit pitching of Dale Howard. pace VA-174 in a 19.6 romp over aI
AMD scored six times in a big 3rd NAMTD. Thompson was the 174 No. 1 fired a 74 to jump his
inning outburst.Farkas, Warren, winning chucker, and Cooper the team back into contention.
Johnson and Corrigan each loser.A Standings:
banged out a double for AMD. 7th inning rally by VA-12 fell L
VA41 avenged last weeks loss one run short as VA-66 squeakedby NAMTD 10 r la.i
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to.Medical by routing the Corpsmen the Ubangis, 13.12. Woody VA-81 10 $ .
11 1. "Stu" Stewart and Willicut chipped in with 3 hits CLAW-1 9
surrendered only two hits, and apiece in the VA-6620 hit attack. VA-174 No. 1 8
whiffed 5 to gain the win. Lefty Falcon's 2 triples toppedthe VA-174 No. 2- 6

Medical's Reise was the victim of VA-12 batters, who bangedout VA-45'E" 3 =L -ii-
4 baggers by Johnson and 17 hits themselves. Dunn was VA-45''O" : 3 -
Freeman. Grenet led all hitters the winning pitcher, and Ward VA-83 2 From Left to Right Joann Sumner, Treasurer, Uanno Less,
with three singles. P. S. The the loser. AMD 1 Corresponding Secretary, ulna Garb, Recording Secretary, Nancy

game was played at Cozy Corners GOLF McClary, Viet Pres., and Judl Wolff, PRES.
". and despite the absence: of Last week was THE week for
fuzzy cheeked Burly Mills, the golfers at Cecil with the Naval SKEET
Zappers still managed to win. Air Museum tourney played on' Thanks to the excellent EEO AwardMr. PresentedAt
VA-12 edged VA-iS, 4.3. With Wednesday and the 20th Annual shooting of Jim Hawkins, VA66is
the game knotted 3.3 In the 7th, Cecil Field Tournament on now breathing down VA-174's
Claude Chavis poleaxed a high Friday and Saturday Betweenthe neck In the league standings. The the May meeting of the
Inside pitch into lightfield for a two, tournaments, the intramural two top runners are scheduled to Samuel H. Hendricks, Equal Employment OpportunityEEO
senior civilian employee of the
single. Winning pitcher WilfredStromquist league continued meet Friday at 1730.
Standings:
( )Committee, Captain-.T.
the first
is
Supply Department,
moved Chavis to 3rd "Business as ysualn.The league I
recipient of an honorary award Coleman, Commanding Officer,
r VA-174 4.0 for his superior accomplishments NAS Cecil, Field, presented Mr.
VA-66 3-0 in fostering equal employment Hendricks with a letter of
VOLKSWAGEN' VA-45 2 -1 opportunity. commendation and an engraved
I I AMD 2.1 plaque in recognition of his
INSURANCE VA-83 0 -1 outstanding contributions to EEOat
Marines 0-4 Cecil Field. In making the
(Representing Gold Crovin Insurance Agency) VA-12 0.4 NOTE presentation, Captain Coleman
NOW AVAILABLE'FOR ALL CARSEXAMPLE VA-81 0-0 The 6ND Rifle and Pistol recounted a number of the accomplishments -
Championships for 1972 will be in the station'sEEO

: Male driver, married, age 23, good record. held at NAS, Jax, June 59. Program during Mr.
Complete coverage Liability: $10 $20 $25 thousands, Full WANTED Entries are limited to qualified Hendricks' tenure on the EEO
personal Injury protection and full basic property protection. Volunteers to teach Beginners marksman or higher. Entry team.
Comprehensive, $100 deductible, and collision. Swimming Classes at Cecil Field. dateline is May 29. Interested Mr. Hendricks has, on a
Above coverage on 70 VW SEDAN$143 ANNUALLY Applicants must be at least a Red personnel may contact the voluntary basis, devoted a
Above coverage on 70 FORD or CH EVY.$162 ANNUALLY Cross sanctioned Senior Life Athletic Director at extension 498 substantial amount of his time to
Saver. Also, two water safety for further information. the EEO program. He was ap
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN instructors are needed. Class's pointed the first Chairman of the
will be held Wednesday and (Continued to page 19) .
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Sports BriefsAthletic Intramural, 71

Golf f' :

."f iwrh I I t 'rJ:1 h11'T'1ttI' II Nc StandingsAMERICAN Sr ip t 1w

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Office
6ND
TennisJax LEAGUEW
MovingJax
The 6th Naval District L
-The NAS Athletic Office Tennis Tournament will be held NARJAX No.1 11 0
has temporarily been relocatedin In July at Naval Base Key West. HOSPITAL 9tt 3V4
Special Services, Bldg. 704, All personnel Interested in VP-49 9 4 _
Room 113. It will be permanently representinNAS Jax in the 6ND NDRC 61% 5tt '
located at Rosendahl Gym,Bldg. Tournament are asked to contact AIR.OPS 6V4 5tt *____ f' .
513 in about 3 weeks time. The the athletic office COMMUNICATIONS 3 9
as soon as LEAGUE WINNERS The winning team In the Jax Ladies Coffee
athletic Office phone will remain possible. A-CMAINT 2tt 8Vi
Ext. 3239. COMFAIRJAX 0 12 Bowling League display their trophies and a few smile(L to R) Mary
Jax Golf TeamJax Scroggins, Glnny Williams, Dot Wilson and Marclt Garcia the team,
Pistol ChampsJax captain. The fifth member of the ttam, Kay Graves,Is not plcturtd.
-The Jax Navy Golf team NATIONAL LEAGUE
Weapons won the will meet the Mayport and
National League Intramural Patrick Air Force Base teams W L
Pistol Title in a shootoff with this Friday, May 19 and Saturday MARTD 9 J Intramural
MARTD after both teams ,May 20. Friday's match will FICEUR 9 J Pistol Standings
finished the season with identical be played at Mayport and VP-16 1 8 ..
11-1 records. Weapons took the Saturday's match will be at the FAW-11 53 5% ,: ,
Shootoff 2029 to 2022. NAS Jax Golf Course beginningat 679th 53 7% AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
In the American League 12 p.m.Opening. VW-4 53 734'
FICEUR won the title with their NARJAX No.2 5 8 W L W L
second consecutive undefeated DelayedJax FWF 'J 14 1034D FlCEUR 12 0 WEAPoNS 11." 1
season. FICEUR finished with a -Due to rainy weather the MARINE BKS 9 3 MARro 11 1
12-0 record and the Marine painters were unable to completethe MATSG .8 4 NARJAX 1 5
Barracks took second with a 9-3 necessary painting of Pools AIR OPS 5 7 HOSPITAL 4 ,', 8
record. 707 and 36, thereby postponing .y FAW-U 5' 7 VW-4 3 9
Swimming MeetJax their opening date to Saturday, NFO 3 9 NATTC 3 9
May 20. FAPL 1 11 SUPPLY 1 11

An organizational
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tramural swimming meet was NIMNICHT .
held yesterday. All units and
commands who are interested in
BE READY FOR.
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were unable to attend the
meeting are asked to contact the
athletic office at Ext.3239 as soon
as possible. The meet will be held
June 6.

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