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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: June 1, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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. 11 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, JUNE 1, 1972

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Campaign Returns IncreaseJax I


w dN Contributions to the 1972 cause..." leads participating Navy com
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Jacksonville area Navy Relief The latest calculations are mands with 155 percent of their
146 R Society fund-drlve totalled based on inputs provided by more suggested objective.
between 17 and 18 thousand than half of the 76 participatingNavy Only five other commands have
7iI dollars a campaign com commands. achieved 100 percent or more of
mitteeman reported Tuesday. their goal.Campaign.
Additionally the drive has
directors hope to
'Things have been picking up drawn outside support-most collect $52.000 in the drive, which
notably from the Park
Orange
since 'the Naval Air Stationsat
that message went out", encompasses
) Holiday Inn which donated$300.,
) \: spokesman said referring to a Jacksonville, Cecil Field and
and the Westside Atlantic Bank
4a dispatch in which RAdm. Glynco and the Orlando Naval
which $200.
Lawrence R. Gels called for gave Training Center.
Ir-1t'----U-; k "everyone's wholehearted The Navy Finance Office at the The six-week( campaign ends
support of this worthwhile naval training center i in Orlando next week.

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A SPRINKLE OF NAVY SALT-Jacksonvllle Teresa Holloway
1- presents a copy of her latest book, "Nurse Paige's Triumph", to Sale v4
Jacksonville University President Robert H. Spiro. Capt. William O.
Muncie, CO of JU's NROTC Unit listens as she reads the book's
dedication: "To Jacksonville University and its Continuing Education Today At
; Division, which gave me a place on Its faculty and was the first Institution
/ of higher learning In Florida to establish a unit of naval
ROTC, this book with its sprinkle of Navy salt is affectionately y
dedicated." ExchangeUntil / "

No Summer Classes Here
; AFTER A FASHION Supply Department employees decided to get
in the spirit of things for the Jacksonville Sesquicentennial by wearing J
Enroll At FJC North CampusJax old-fashioned long dresses each Friday during May and June. Ruth
Thompson (r) initiated the idea in the Purchase Division after reading
-There will be no Florida Junior College summer term courses about the city's Sesqul-Belles, a special club of women who are
offered on station,the Education Services Office has announced. 5 p.m. creating ,a historical atmosphere with strict adherence to old-
Anyone who does want to register for summer courses must registerat fashioned styles. The observance at Supply is all in fun and the ladies
the North Campus June 1314. who participate are not required to forgo makeup or wear mop caps.
Active duty registrants who apply at the ESO before June 8 for With Supply Officer, Capt. Richard O'Loughlin, are (I to r)' Donna
tuition aid,which will pay percent of the cost of any course,will only Burkhart, Edna Griffith, Rose Risk, Prudence Lovik, Kathryn
have to pay 25 percent of their tuition at registration. Robinson, Lois Davis, Sara Salisbury and Ruth Thompson.
Tenant command and squadron personnel 1 should request that their
education officer send a signed (by applicant and education officer) '
copy of their tuition aid request to Ens.Black,NAS ESO,Bldg.200. U.S. Pilots Wage Battle On MIGs ;
Only those applications processed there before June 8 will be ac-
cepted by FJC as authorization to pay only 25 percent of tuition cost at 11

registration. SailorsTo See More TV At Sea Next Year .:


The following items highlighthis His plane crashed, and the F- and recreation funds. ..;
week's Navy News: 8's returned to Hancock to reportone About 40 ships will be TV- \'
J Perfect Cost Effectiveness MIG downed with no ordnance equipped during the next year.
North Vietnamese pilots ap- expended; an example of perfect Agreement Reached with USSR
ear to have developed a healthy costeffectiveness.Better Secretary of the Navy Warner I
M expect for American: fliers TV For the Fleet and Admiral Gorshkov, Com-
p., -rrnrrrtr ,ecause of the 'impressiveumber Sailors will soon be able to mander of the Soviet Navy, '4,
of MIG downings scored watch their favorite TV signed an agreement on the '
ince the first of. the year. programs while at sea. prevention of incidents at sea '
j The clearest example came As part of the CNO's overall May 25 in Moscow. .
last week, when ,a MIG, pilot program to improve shipboardlife The terms of the agreementwere f
Hailed out of his plane before the Navy has begun the in- worked out in two sessions; .;.1
q4'k Navy fliers could even fire at it. stallation of closed circuit one in Moscow last October, the ,
Two F-8 Crusaders from USS television (CCTV) on ships of other earlier this month in
Hancock (CVA-19)) were DDG size and larger.In Washington.The 1
k providing cover for an air strikein addition to its primary in- agreement calls for shipsof
North Vietnam May 22 when a ternal relations function of both nations "to observe
MIG approached on, opposite providing an effective com strictly the letter and spirit of the ")
course. munications medium, CCTV will international resolutions for :
As the MIG passed abeam one of allow shipboard programming of preventing collisions at sea," and s
the Crusaders turned directly American Forces TV programs.The outlines methods for increasing ;
PASSING ON THE COLORSLt.. Col. L. E. Blanchard (Left) toward him. Before the crusader appropriated funding for cooperation and courtesy bet-
presents the Marine Corps Colors! to Lt. Col. David A. Teichmann, could shoot, the alarmed MIG these systems will make a con- ween American and Soviet ships 4
MATSG's new CO. Lt Col. Teichmann relieved Lt. Col. Blanchard at pilot ejected and parachuted to siderable improvement over the when they are operating in the .r I
Change of Command ceremonies held Friday. safety. current method of using welfare same area. ..,.


"Published by the. Holt Publishing Company which is in no way connected with the Department of the Navy Opinions contained herein are not official expression of 'the -f:
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Pirates Royal Creations Phil Cay
Ronnie Ronnie & Blue Explosions

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CPO Whatever & Variations Jan Kreeger Kaisino .Tommy "c",
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Officers Johnny Whatever's Sunday Luncheon Bar
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Pineapple Dennis Fair Brunch Buffet Main Brace
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Pirates CPO Officers Hancock Teen eA'rQe

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Monday thru Thur

11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday
Friday 6 Tomato Sauce Snowflaked Potatoes,
pm Friday,June 2
11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 am.
Friday 11a.m..11 to midnlgt' t BREAKFAST Chilled GrapefruitJuice Boiled Cabbage & Carrots, Seasoned
11 arm. to 2 am' p.m. Green Beans Salad Bar,
Friday & Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday Hominy Grits, French Toast, ApplesauceCake
Saturday 11 a.mm to 1 a.m. lla.m..llp.m. Noon to Midnight Saturday 2 pm Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Butterscotch Pudding.
9 a.m to 2 a.m. Fri.Sat to midnight Cheese Omelet, Fried Eggs to Order, SANDWICH LINE! Sloppy Joes on
l1a.m..la.m. Monday thru Thur Home Fried Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor
2
Sunday
Sunday pm DINNER! New England Clam Frankfurters French Fried
11 a.m. to Midnight to 7
9 a.m. to Midnight pm Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Salmon Potatoes, Dessert Bar.

Cakes, Scalloped Potatoes Onions, Tuesday, June
Brown Gravy, Buttered Broccoli, BREAKFAST! Chilled Apple Juice,
Simmered Pinto Beans, Salad Bar, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order,
Chinese Night ScheduledJax Assorted Fruit Tarts, Hermits. French Toast w-Syrup, Choice of
SANDWICH LINE: Cheese, Lettuce Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Creamed
& Tomato Sandwich or Grilled Ground Beef, Pastry Bar.
Hamburgers, Frankfurters, French DINNER! French Onion Soup,

Enlisted personnel are cordially invited to enjoy Fried Bar. Potatoes, Potato Chips, Dessert Gravy Steamship, Whipped Round Potatoes of Beef, Simmered, Natural

Chinese Night June 7 at Galley One. SUPPER Pork Chop Suey, Egg Navy Beans, Buttered Spinach, Salad

All guests are required to be accompanied by an Foo Young, Shrimp Fried Rice, Chow Bar, Dutch Apple Cake, Cherry Jello.
Meln Noodles, Seasoned Carrots, SANDWICH LINE) Submarine
Active Duty military sponsor. NAVAL AIR STATION Buttered Green Beans, Salad Bar, Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers,

, Please make reservations not later than June 5 by Assorted Cup Cakes, Baked Custard. Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes,
PROTESTANT
SANDWICH LINE Cold Plate, Potato Chips, Dessert Bar.
calling Ext. 3302 or 3259. ,' SUNDAY Assorted Cold Cuts, Cheese, Potato SUPPER: Roast Pork, Brown
Meal hours will be 4-6:30: p.m. :. Salad, Baked Beans, Potato Chips, Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Applesauce
Dessert Bar. Buttered Mixed Vegetables,
The menu: ': ""t'.l Church School (all ages) 9 a.m. Saturday,June 3 Cream Style Corn, Salad Bar, Devils
at Chapel Annex. Divine Worship Food Cake, Vanilla Pudding.
': > BREAKFASTt Chilled Pineapple
Chicken Noodle : ,
:
Soup ,/I.. '1'>... ," .' 10:30: a.m. at All Saints' Chapel. Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to SANDWICH LINE Cold Plate,
Chinese Chop Suey a Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Assorted Cold Cuts, Cheese, Potato
Sweet Sour Pork Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. French Toast, Choice of Ham or Pork Salad, Baked Beans, Potato Chips,
,
':. High) 10:30 a.m. at Chapel An Sausage, Minced Beef, Lyonnaise Dessert Bar.
Chow Mein Noodles '; nex. Junior and Senior Youth Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Wednesday,June 7
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Buttered Broccoli Spears Fellowship 1:30: p.m: at Bldg. 722.. BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Beef Rice BREAKFAST! Chilled Grapefruit
Soup, Grilled Veal Steaks, French Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Chilled
Chinese PunchJAX Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. at Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Apricots, Fried Eggs ,to Order,
the Small Chapel. Bar, Peach Pie, Chocolate Chip Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice of
Tuesday Cookies. Ham or Pork Sausage, Baked Pork &
SUPPERi Beans, Hash Brown Potatoes, Pastry
Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 at Turkey Roast, Cream
p.m.
Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, Cran Bar.
Bldg. 750 and'Christian Science berry Sauce, Bread Dressing, French DINNER! Corn Chowder, Baked
Service 8 p.m.. at the Small Fried Cauliflower Buttered Peas & Chicken, Brown Gravy, Mashed
Chapel. Carrots, Salad Bar, Lemon Cake, Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered
Pineapple Pudding. Broccoli Spears, Harvard.Beets, corn,
AIR.: NE'WVS.The NAVALIIOSPITAL Sunday,June Bread Dressing, Salad Bar, Chocolate
Cream Pie, Sugar Cookies.
Divine Worship 10 a.m. at St. BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato SANDWICH LINE! Grilled
Juice,
Lukes. Hominy Grits, Chilled Apricots, Hamburgers or Frankfurters. Egg
Fried Eggs to Order
,
GrlddleCakesw-
Salad Sandwich, French Fried
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper NATTC Syrup, French Toast, Choice of Bacon Potatoes, Dessert Bar.
,distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Protestant or Luncheon Meat, Scrambled Eggs SUPPER Fried Fish Portions or
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Worship Service, w-Ham, Baked Beans, Pastry Bar. Frankfurter w.Cheese &, Bacom
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS 10:30: a.m. in Building 500. BRUNCH at 10 a.m. ,Cream of Steamed Rice, Seasoned Lima 6l4rSf; |j

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2., NAS Tomato Soup, Grilled Cheeseburgers, Buttered Cauliflower, Salad Bar,
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News CATHOLIC French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Angel Food Cake, Strawberry Jello.
Salad Bar, Lemon SANDWICH LINE Cheese, Let.
Saturday Mass 5 Meringue Pie,
Items at St.
welcomed
are from all p.m. '
sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Edward's Chewy Nut Bars. tuce & Tomato Sandwich or Grilled
3119. Chapel. Sunday Mass 8 SUPPER Baked Virginia Ham, Hamburgers, Frankfurters, French
a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Pineapple Sauce, Whipped Potatoes, Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Dessert
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Simmered Sauerkraut, Buttered Bar.
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race. Friday-ll:30 a.m. Wednesday Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Apple Thursday,June I

creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Mass 11:30: a.m. at the Naval Dilly Cake, Butterscotch Pudding. BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple
Monday,Junes Juice, Cooked Farina, Fried Eggs to
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Hospital Chapel. Saturday BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Juice, Order, French Toast Syrup, Choice
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print Confessions 4:15 and 5 p.m. Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order, of Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Minced
advertising from that source." Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice of Beef on Toast, Lyonnaise Potatoes,
NATTC Ham or Pork Sausage, Home Fried Pastry Bar.DINNERS.
Potatoes, Baked Beans.Corn Pea Breaded
Muffins, Split Soup
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Sunday Mass 9:30: a.m. in Pastry Bar.DINNERt. Pork Chops Cream Gravy, Mashed

concerning such should be directed to: Building 500. Navy Bean Soup, Swiss Potatoes, ,Chilled Applesauce,
THE HOLT Steak w-Brown Gravy, French Fried Seasoned Asparagus, Buttered Corn,
PUBLISHING COMPANY Potatoes, Buttered Beets, Seasoned Salad Bar, Baked Apples, Peanut
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 June Peas, Salad Bar, Coconut Cream Butter Cookies.
The Social Pie, Raisin Cookies. SUPPER Italian Spaghetti w.MeatBalls
Telephone 388-2755 Security Act was
__ w SANDWICH LINE Chili ,
Dogs or Baked Lasagna, Parmesan
signed'.into law on August Grilled Ham & Cheese, Cheese,
French Fried Garlic Bread, Seasoned
VOL 30 NO. 11 JUNE 1,1972 14, 1935, Potatoes... Dessert Bar. Brussel Sprouts, Salad Bar Tomato

SUPPER Stuffed Peppers, Spice Cake, Chocolate Pudding.





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I 1972 Voting Information For Servicemen I



and their and
GEORGIAIf eral Post Card ApplicationFPCA WYOMING of residence. When requesting a spouses absentee
ents register by
( ) and send it to the ballot for the primary, be sure may
you are a legal residentof Wyoming be long process. You may use the Fed-
may a way to indicate political
of resi- party
County Clerk, county your
Georgia, here are the datesto away if you're overseas, but if preference. eral Post' Card Application
dence within the 60-day period
,remember for the primary SURE you are a legal resident of that (FPCA) to request the proper
BE
election: before an election. LOUISIANA State forms for registration.
State you can take part in the
TO INDICATE political party
June 19, 1972: This is the preference and have the FPCA primary election if you remem- If you're a legal resident of Registration books close 30 days
before election. Be sure to
an
these dates
last day on which you may witnessed. ber : Louisiana and want to vote in
register by absentee July 1: Indicate ((1)) your political party
process. you can request an that State's primary election,
Your unit voting counselorcan preference, and (2)) that regis-
Registration must be COM absentee' ballot Federal
by a here are the dates to remember:
have .
PLETED at least 50 priorto assist you if you Post Card trations forms are requested.A
days Application at
any .
This is the
20 1972
July :
election. questions on Arkansas., time second FPCA must be sent
an during the but
year you last date which
on you may regIster
to request the absentee ballot.
should have the FPCA in the
This is the absentee
8 1972
August : by process.
information howto
mail this date. For full on
by
date of the primary election. A MAINEIf August 19,1972: This is the vote by absentee in

second, or runoff, primary is you're a legal resident of August 22: this is the date date of the primary election. Louisiana see your unit process voting
of the election.
primary
set for August 29. Maine and want to take part in Members of the Armed Forces counselor.

Members of the Armed Forces that State's primary election, Members of the Armed Forces

and their spouses and depend here's the date to remember: and their spouses and dependents -

ents may register and apply June 19 1972. That's the are not required to regis- ENGINE TUNE-UP
by absentee ballot by using the ter in advance, BUT if you are
date of the primary election.If .
Federal Post Card Application not permanently registered, you
6 CYL.AUTOS,ADD S4 FOR 8 CYL. CARS
member of the must reregister for each elec-
(FPCA). The FPCA should be you are a
sent to the Board of Registrars, Armed Forces or the spouse or tion. When the completed affi- ....OTHER PARTS EXTRA IF NEEDED

county of residence. Be sure to dependent of a member, you may davit on the back of the ballot INCLUDES NEW: Spark plugs, condenser ft points
for the Maine primary envelope is accepted, you will be
indicate the name of the political register WE WILL.t dwell, chokt..Tlme engine..Balance con.
party holding the primaryin election by using the Federal registered for that election only. denser..Test starting, charging systems, cyl. com
which you wish to vote. Post Card Application (FPCA). Send your FPCA requesting an pression, acceleration

Your vote counts in Georgiabut Complete and send the FPCA to absentee ballot-making sure (High performance engine not Included)
the Board of Registration or you indicated political party

only if you meet the Registrar of Voters, municipality preference the county clerk, BRAKE OVERHAUL
deadline.
of residence in Maine. You county of residence. '

may do this AT ANY TIME be- Your vote counts in Wyoming WE WILL: Install new brake linings on all 4 wheels-Clean, Inspect

ARKANSASIf fore an election. Be sure to Indicate but only if you meet the repack front wheel bearings-add luld..ln--

your political party pref- deadline. spect master cyl., hydraulic brake hoses..Adust| all
resident of
you're a legal 4 brakes
Arkansas and will be outside erence.
TENNESSEEIf EXTRA PARTS, IF NEEDED,
the State for the Primary and To obtain your absentee ballot, resident of INCLUDING LABOR'COST
you are a legal
Runoff Elections, here are the fill out a second FPCA and mailto Tennessee and you want to take YO CHOtCE 'New wheel cyls. $7.50 ea.

dates to remember: the city or town clerk, placeof part in the primary election, New Front grease seals $3.S pr.
New return springs .50 ea.
June 27, 1972: This is the residence, to request the bal- here are the dates to remember: 9 Drums turned $2.50 ea.
lot. Once the ballot is received,
date of the Primary Election, ON MOST AMERICAN CARS
while July 11, 1972, is the date vote it and mail it back to the August 3: this is the date (Disc brakes'and foreign cars extra)
soon'as
of the Second, or Runoff, Primary issuing office as possible.If of the primary election. .
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you have questions about !1 BLANDING BOULEVARD rku
and and dependents
spouses residing -
If you are a member of. the Maine, see unit voting
Armed Forces on active duty,' counselor. your with register or accompanyingthem and requestan !ku j 1 Official Motor Vehicle Inspection & Service !l.
may
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of a member, you do JAMES JACKSON ( .Military,Ret) OWNER ft OPERATOR
Your vote counts in Maine Federal Post Card Application
not have to register for absentee ORANGE PARK PHONE 245343Vj
voting in Arkansas. You but only if you are registeredand (FPCA). Send your FPCA to mile south, Orange Park High on Blandig Blvd.

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Volunteer Chairman Lauded I

Jax A first aid class in volunteer because they She also did a televisionappeal
} 1 ,M high school may well played a big part in savingher for Red Cross
j I Ir have inspired the son's life years ago volunteers and served on
;;' ;;} I ,,"t jl ;, tt,, ;7 fascinating career of when he had bronchial the Budget Welfare Com

I volunteer work for the Red pneumonia. Knowing mittee of the Officers'
4k9'! Coss in which Edna (Mrs. mouth to mouth Wives at NAS where she

i John) Mattson is actively resuscitation, she revived initiated and headed a
; involved. her son, and volunteers college scholarship fund

I x.i Mrs. Mattson, who is helped her sit by his bed Wife of LCdr. John A.
i i chairman of Red Cross throughout the critical Mattson, she has con
R ...1.' Volunteers, recently period."If tributed a great deal of her
I II I I 1 ? received a plaque for her you want somethingdone own time to civic and

outstanding service to the ask a busy person to military programs at the
A o community from Capt. do it," is so true in Mrs. many places they have

Charles Lewis Jr., com Mattson's case as she has been stationed together:
/' ,: ,"' manding officer of the been chairman on many Monterey, California;

,' ,., Naval Hospital, and Ruth Red Cross committees. Patuxent River, Md.;
,as Cooper, Red Cross Field She has taught Bible Milton (Fla.) where she
q ;w.r Director. She also School each summer, was chosen Military Wife

,' received a service award worked with Navy Relief of The Year, and Quonset,

," ''.J ;. for her 11 years of and was chairman for the R. I.The.
'$t t i'," .k t z volunteer work. Heart Fund and March of Mattsons, who now
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7r lr: !: .. r itit The chairman of Dimes. Not only that, she live in Orange Park, will
:.., volunteers cited a Red led a group of Red Cross be stationed again in
"- Cross first aid class and volunteers in collectingfrom Rhode Island where Mrs.
PROUD TO SERVE the Red Cross through volunteer work is Edna th'e assistance of volun more than 300 Mattson will continue to
Mattson (cl.) who receives a plaque honoring her outstanding service
give her to those in
main businesses for the United support
teers as the reasons
from Capt. Charles Lewis, hospital commanding officer, and Ruth
Cooper, Red Coss Hospital Field Director. she started working as a Fund. need. .

I New- Graduation Class Accepted For Volunteer Work I

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Jax -- Thirty-two Mrs. Mattson herself Jean Hennessey, Elsie Trudy White, Mary Peterson.
students from Red Cross received a service award Jarvis and Diane Whitten Wonder, Terry Zumwaldeand And: Amber Reid,

Volunteer Class 57 for her 11 years as a received four-year Wanda Prior. Margaret ,, Semones,
graduated May 16, and volunteer, along with a awards. Nancy Bright, The volunteer graduatesof Maureen Sullivan, Judy
pledged their con special plaque from Capt. Connie Childress, Edith Class 57 are: Salkeld, Kay Sailes,

scientious and loyal ser Lewis honoring her Cummings, Lillian Dyer, Jean Busby, Judith LoisTyler, Sandra
vice to the Red Cross dedication to the Red Jean Gilliam, Kathryn Byrd, Virgil Bonet, Julia Westergard and Catherine
during a graduation and Cross. Harkins and Beatrice Byrom, Kathleen Conner, Staarup.
award ceremony at the Maria Bennett, a Slocum were rewarded for Cindy Corless, Sally Ede, The following are listed
three Bettye Faba, Mary Flores, for chapter orientation:
Officers' Club. volunteer 13 years, was years.
They were accepted for congratulated for having The two-year award wentto Florence Gullickson, Caroline Hyman, Joan ,
volunteer service at the dedicated the most time to Barbara Bennett,Emily Jimmie Geis, Ellyn King, Jones, Joanne Kotz, Freda '

Naval Hospital by Capt. the Red Cross. Blaylock, Sylvia Cox, Kay Kendrick, Nancy Lashley, Betty Lou
LeVasseur Edith Lambert Leichter and Ludine
Charles Lewis Jr., the Other awards went to: Stella Dupree, Patricia Nelson. ,
hospital's commandingofficer. Judy Dodge for 11 years; Harlow, Anna Hill, Carol and Marilyn Lassiter.
Norma Carter, Helen Stelter and Edwena Also: Lyn McGill' Alice

Several volunteers who Dunlap,Marion Foyda and Crowell. Mackroth Becky HONDA.
attended the ceremony Helen Manning for nine Receiving one-year pins McHatten Gorell c
Janet Irene Oliphant, Joanne Pigoski, MOTORS&CYCLES CO.
Anguas
received service awards years; Corine Loll for were BLVD.
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Hinson, Betsy Kavin, Lois Margaret Hill, Margaret
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Margit Martin receiveda Sharon Sullivan, Ruth
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Three Will Be Killed I


least 33 tornadoes will touch down in
Jax If tornado history is any guide, at
1yy between
N occurring in the months now andAThUAtepeoplewmbekilledand77injuredwithdamageof$500.000.
Florida this year, with half of these I



the local weather conditions,are
caused by ripe for
tornado is the most violent vergence
The
in nature. land-sea breeze effect or by local tornadoes to develop. Stay tunedto
storm produced
thunderstorms.Cool your radio or television and
noticeable charac- air mass
The most
tornadoes are the listen for weather bulletins
teristic of the tornado is the season evenif
funnel-shaped, most destructive, in most cases, the sky overhead is blue.
usually
cloud pendant that, nearly always is in and account for the largest share, Stay alert for the abrupt onsetof
evidence. of the tornado fatalities in violent wind, rain, hail or a
funnel shaped cloud.Listen for
Destruction, almost instantaneous Florida. a
and frequently These cool season tornadoes sudden increase in wind noise.

complete,occurs when this cloud form most frequently along the When in doubt, take cover.

dips to the ground,usually with a Gulf Coast and move from south- Tornado WarningA
terrific roar, reducing buildingsto west to northeast at speeds up to "Tornado Warning"means a
rubble and filling the air with 60 miles per hour or more. tornado actually has been sightedor
NARU RETIREMENT-ATCS Harold R. Wright receives a certificate debris. Form At Any Hour indicated by radar.

of recognition for outstanding service from Capt. Hugh J. The of the whirling windin They can form at any hour If the twister is nearby, seek
Tate, NARU CO, lust prior to being piped over,the side. Chief Wright speed but the shelter immediately
the vortex cloud has been during the cool season, preferably
had served 20 years in the Navy and had been at NARU since
December of 1970. estimated at 400-500 miles per peak period seems to be between in a storm cellar underground
hour as the tornado moves alongits 6-10 a.m. excavation, or steel framed or
path at a rate of 40-60 miles The tornadoes associated with concrete reinforced building.
I r Traffic ViolationsJax I per hour. tropical storms appear around STAY AWAY FROM WIN-
The direction of movement is September and October when the DOWS!
most frequently from southwestto incidence of tropical storms are
-The following is a report Going through stop sign 10 In office buildings, go to an
northeast but the storms greatest.
of motor vehicle accidents and Other Violations 47 may interior hallway on the lowest
direction Tornadoes usually occur
in even
traffic violations for the of Twenty-three drivers appeared move any to -
period
floor or a designated shelter
of the
stopping in their path, turning or around the perimeter
before the Traffic Hearing Board
May 15-21. of the storm and area.
even looping their path. leading edge
26. of the
Number of Accidents on May Disposition
cases included the following: By far the most common and they sometimes occur in out- In homes, the basement offers
This period 14 Sixteen lost driving and usually the least destructive breaks of several tornadoes.The the greatest safety. Seek shelter
This period a year ago 11 parking privileges aboard the tornadoes in Florida are the death rate in Florida is under heavy furniture if possible.In .
Total accidents this year 163 station for various periods: warm season tornadoes, which now about 40 percent of the nation homes without basements,
Total accidents through this thirteen were assigned to com occur between May and Sep- wide average for tornado oc- take cover in the center part of
period last year 129 plete an eight-hour course in tember when most large scale curences. the house on the lowest floor, in a
Total number of days since last remedial driving; zero received weather disturbances are well to When a tornado approaches, small room such as a closet or
injury in a motor vehicle accident suspension; seven were given the north of Florida. immediate action may save your bathroom.
51 warnings; zero were dismissed; The month of peak activity is life.A Keep some windows'open, but
Number of days since an injury ten were fined (U.S.Magistrate); June with an average of six "tornado watch" means stay away from them.
last year at this time 3 and eleven were referred to tornadoes, next come July and
Number of Violations commanding officers for possibleThis August with four apiece.
period 75 action. Warm season tornadoes may
disciplinary "Straight facts"from the
Speeding 17 Nineteen drivers were assessed form over land or water and Dope ComFair Jax Drug Awareness Team"Dope
Reckless driving 1 seventy traffic points. move in almost any direction,
owing their existence to con-


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ALMOST MADE IT ..

Marriage Workshop scrapbook The NWCA, inspected Jax by 86(I

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to r) Martha (Mrs.
'> Scheduled SundayJax Richard) Kannair and

Margerita (Mrs. Bryon)
White with club President
-A Marriage and Family Enrichment Workshop has been Sharon (Mrs. Owen)
scheduled for Sunday, at the NAS Chapel. King,
The Opening Assembly, conducted by Chaplains J.M. placed second in the an.
Danielson and R.B.Luebke,will start at 2 p.m. nual I scrapbook award
The workshop will be conducted in two sessions, with par- '." competition at the NWCA
ticipants able to choose topics of interest to them. Southeast Regional
The schedule: .. 5
Session I(a): "How to Have a Fair Fight" : :'. r Convention at Dam Neck,
"Communication in Marriage"Rev. : : Va., last week. Jax 86 had
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E. Chaplain, Methodist Hospital : +' .t (. the past
Session I (b): "What YOU Bring to Marriage""Premarital three consecutive years

& Courtship"Chaplains Relationship""Dating and lost this year to Dam

Spencer, Evans and Grove Neck 207.
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Session II (a): "Psychological Reactions in Expecting
Children"
"What About Children?" ..
"Parent-Child Relationships"
Rowland Follensby, M.S.W., Psychiatric Social Worker,
Jacksonville Mental Health Clinic
Session 11b): "Married Love" '.
"Meaning of Sexuality" .,-;; "Family"Intimacy"Planning"4 .. .t.!; .' Wifeline Lends New Information I IJax

Rev. Louis B. Reed, STM

Director: Pastoral Counseling Center -The Navy Wifeline collection of pamphletsand of information designed to
Session I will last from 2:30-3:15: p.m. and session II will be
held from 3:30-4:15: p.m. Association an in- booklets designed to acquaint her with the
The concluding service, scheduled for 4:30 p.m. will give formational and demonstrate that the varied aspects of Navy
couples the opportunity to restate their marriage vows. educational organizationof Navy, although a large life.
The workshop is a pilot program and if response is adequate, volunteer Navy wives, organization, offers her a Topics includeassignments
more workshops will be held this Fall.
organized since 1965 has warm welcome. and

developed and stocks a promotions, privileges and
series of informational The portfolio contains activities for Navy wives,

Without AdvertisingYou brochures, pamphlets and pamphlets describingnaval assistance available to

booklets on many aspectsof customs, traditionsand the Navy family, sea duty
Wouldn't Know. Navy life. social practices. and overseas tours. Other

Of special interest to the There is also a simple but booklets of a topical nature

new Navy wife is a comprehensive handbook are in enclosed in the

portfolio.

Materials are revised by
the Navy Wifeline

Association as necessaryand
commanding officersare

wrr..r > 1r being encouraged to

tv request the portfolios as
needed from: Navy
< Wifeline Association,

Building 210, Navy Yard,
Wash.: D. C. 20390.

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3. Talk to a loan officer about the cost of financing your
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New System *s w Jax Civilian MenuMonday I


Saves WaterJax ,a ,June 5 Pork on Buns, Macaroni and
Tomato Soup, Country Steaks Meat Sauce, Short Ribs of Beef
Keeping NAS with Yellow Rice, Spaghetti with with Rice, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin,
Jacksonville's golf course Meat Sauce, Franks with Beans, Fish Cakes with Slaw.
healthy is a big task that requiresa 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. French Fried Potatoes, Rice
year-round supply of water. I Jil French Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes,
But conserving water is also a pnrtL and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Turnip Greens, Lima Beans,
prime concern here, for the Mustard Greens, Corn, Peas.
thirsty course draws 25,000 Blackeyes.
gallons of water an hour when the t Ir Chef Salad Bowl, CombinationSalad Chef Salad Bowl, Combination
watering system is operating.For Tossed Salad Fruit Cup, Salad, Tossed Salad, Fruit Cup,
.' many years that water came Plain Jello, Fruit Cottage Plain Jello, Fruit Cottage
from the station's drinking water Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese,
supply. Fruit Jello, Waldorf Salad, Fruit Jello, Carrot and Raisin,
However, a new system has 4 Cucumber Mix. Potato Salad.
Sweet Potato Pie, Boston
been installed to solve the Egg Custard Pie, Devil Food
problem of water conservation.Its Cream Pie, Assorted Pudding, Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted
designer is Rufus Johnson Apple Pie, Fruit Pie.
a Pudding, Fruit'Pie.Thursday .
general engineer in the Tuesday,June 6
Mechanical Branch at Public Cream of Chicken Soup, Roast
Works. Beef Round with New Potatoes, ,June 8
Chicken Pan Pie, Veal Parmesan Bean Soup, Fried Chicken,
Last Week, Johnson received a 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Swiss Steaks with Mushroom
beneficial suggestion award of Fried Fish. Gravy, Roast Fresh Ham with
$375 for developing the new French Fried Potatoes, Rice Dressing, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin,
system which draws an unlimited and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Fried Fish.
supply of.water from Casa Linda Great Northern Beans, String French Fried Potatoes, Rice
Lake. Beans, Fresh Squash. and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes,
The idea of using water from RUFUS JOHNSON,a Public Works engineer,indicates the eight-Inch Chef Salad Bowl, Combination Macaroni and Cheese, Spinach,
the lake is not new, but his designis. pipeline which leads from the pumphouse to Casa Linda Lake by the Salad, Tossed Salad, Fruit Cup, Okra and Tomatoes.
.The Navy adopted the idea and NAS golf course. Water is now pumped from the lake to water the golf Plain Jello, Fruit Cottage Chef Salad Bowl,. CombinationSalad
installed the system last October.An Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, Tossed Salad, Fruit Cup,
eight-inch suction line lies in Fruit Jello, Beet and Onion, PlainJelloJFruit Cottage Cheese,
the lake and, according to grounds.CSC Macaroni Salad.Blueberry Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
Johnson,there is no danger of the Explains Amended Cobbler, Pineapple Jello, Kidney Bean Salad,
lake going dry as an artesian well Cream Pie, Assorted Pudding, Cucumber and Tomato.
at the 'south end brings in a Apple Pie, Coconut Layer Cake. Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple
continuing flow of water. Grievance NegotiationsJax Wednesday.June7 Pie, Assorted Pudding, Banana
The water from Casa Linda Vegetable Soup, Barbeque Cake, Fruit Tarts.
Lake is pumped throughout the
station links in seven or eight Here are some questionsand may not cover any other mat
automatically controlled answers relating: to the ters" the Order limits the VISITWAYNE
sprinkler systems. revised requirements for coverage of negotiated grievance "
Johnson,who has been here for negotiated grievance proceduresin procedures to grievances which SHRUM ; '
three-and-a-half years receivedhis the Federal labor.management Involve the interpretation, or
award from Capt.David More, relations program under application of provisions of the al his civilian duty station
Public Works Officer. He was Executive Order 11491, as agreement. Grievances not Involving BLANDING AGENCY Inc. C :
among six men to receive amended. Interpretation or application ,
Beneficial Suggestion Awards The amended requirementswere of the agreement may REALTORSLet f

last week. prescribed by Executive be resolved through agency him assist you in
The others are: Hugh Baker Order 11616 of August 26, 1971, systems provided for by Civil BUYING OR SELLING REAL ESTATE
$275, F., Bevis $155, G. D. and they apply to agreements Service Commission regulationsor
5102 Boulevard
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Presson $115, John King $115 between Federal agencies and other available agency Phone 771.9513
and Jesse Phillips $75. labor organizations that are procedures.
established,extended or renewedon
or after November 24, 1971.
Jax More than a million Scope of Procedures
retired Federal employees and Q. May grievance procedurebe
survivors will get a 4.8 percent negotiated which covers
automatic cost-of-living annuity grievances that do not involve the '
increase, effective July 1. interpretation or application of I I IF
The increas will be reflectedin the agreement? : ;; ?

annuity checks mailed August! i
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I VW-4 Starts A New Hurricane Season. .:. '. I


...", ,$ Jax. Despite what some people think;the waging of
.J" : ) whole role of the Navy.
I. the
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tfIIIC .. Since 1943, the Hurricane Hunters have been performing
hurricane reconnaissance in a different type of

battle--the battle against the death and destruction bred

by nature.
Hurricanes can't be stopped, but advance warning on
their movements and intensity can sharply decrease the
casualties and property loss that they cause.
: Performing what has been termed "without a doubt

the most dangerous job in the world",VW-4 flight crews
'
q'a hurricanes to collect weather in-
fly into the "Eye" of
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formation.This .
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11 I .<"The Most Dangerous Job In The World" I


4, the debut of the WP'3A'and the
retiring of the -- -
familiar "Connies".
The WP-3A will give the Hurricane Hunters _i
a faster _
plane with wider range, both vital to hurricane recon- _

naisance.While taking a group of elementary school children on y. 1 :i

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the Hurricane" Hunters was asked "Where are the
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PAGE 12 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


I Lou Rawls Brings The Blues To NAS Jax I


That Lou is at the very
Jax-the lights dimmed, His other performanceswere has lived the blues that's singing at local service
the band started playingthe at Hancock Hall, what singing the blues is clubs and finally in manyof pinnacle of his career is

theme song and from May 24, at 9 p.m. and at all about. the night clubs in midwest affirmed in several ways:
the darkness an image the CPO Club, May 24, at Lou Rawls' career as an areas. his recent stellar stints at

jumped up on the stage. 10:45: p.m. During his entertainer didn't just In 1959, Lou moved to the Cocoanut Grove in
The spotlight revealed the performances you im happen over night, it Los Angeles and appearedwith L.A.'s Ambassador Hotel,
'Natural Man, one of the mediately notice that Lou started way back at the the Dick Clark Showin The Venetian Room of San
best blues singers in the Rawls takes command; he age of seven when he sang the Hollywood Bowl. An Francisco's famed
country. sings his songs with a with a local church choir in avalanche of praise Fairmont, The Americanain
feeling that's hard to his home town of Chicago. followed that concert and New York and Caesars
This was the scene last describe. Words don't just Later he joined the critics acclaimed him the Palace in Las Vegas drew
Tuesday night at the come from his mouth Pilgrim Travelers, a well- "most promising male SRO crowds nightly and
Pirates Cove where Lou without meaning; every known male gospel group. vocalist of the year." garnered rave notices.
Rawls started his first of word he sings comes from Lou volunteered for the In 1961, Lou signed a Record sales for the singer
three shows in two nightsat his soul with great feeling. U.S. Army for two years record contract and came have soared since April of

NAS Jax. From this you can tell he with the 82nd Airborne up with Stormy Monday, a 1966 to the point that Lou

Division. After finishinghis collection of soulful blues now has a string of hits
MY WIFE IS UNFAMILIAR/ HA-HA,
tour of duty he began recorded with jazz pianistLes that seemingly has no end.

WITH/ FOOTBALL LINGO. THAT5 McCann, for his first For at that time, the LP
PRETTY record album. He "Live" was released and
SHE THINKS/ A FOOTBALL
DUMB/ followed this with quickly surpassed the
COACH HAS FOUR WHEELS. unit mark
HOW MANY numerous other albums 600,000 ,
WHEELS including Tobacco Road, ultimately gaining the
M which was met with acclaim coveted RIAA Gold
DOES IT
'- HAVE ? by critics and record Record Award.
buyers throughout the
country. Playboy The medium of
Magazine wrote : television enjoys his artistry -

"Tobacco Road is another at special intervals,
rung up the vocal ladder for he carefully paces all
for the young singer. his appearances before the

,/ ., Rawls is a belter of the old camera. Aside from
:. G y school, rough hewn and starring and hosting the
5 1 tiDC blue at the roots, as wit highly acclaimed NBC-TV
DC ; + SNAFU ness his treatment of the "Soul Special" last year,
title tune, 'Cotton Fields', he has appeared with Dean
'Blues for a Four-String Martin, Ed Sullivan, Joey

r Lou Rawls Guitar' and 'St. Louis Bishop, Red Skelton,
Blues'." Johnny Carson's Tonight
Show and more recently
Operation Game WardenJax made his dramatic acting
debut in "The Joshua

Operation Game Warden (TF-116)) will hold its fifth Watson Story", a segmentof
annual reunion August 12 at Little Creek, Va. the Big Valley television
Former "Brown Water Sailors" from all over the world will series, and his per-
ulclterVeterans meet there for what should be the biggest and best reunion since formance as an actor has
Navy.the riverine patrol units were turned over to the Vietnamese opened new doors for the

Navymen from NAS Jax,Cecil Field and Mayport are invited multi talented Rawls.
to attend. If interested, call any of these former Brown Water Since 1967, he'has appeared -
Sailors for further details: AOHC Worley -772-2521-2546; RDC in Amsterdam,
: Thomson 772-2525; ABHC Cobb-772-3843 or RDC Waters -772- ,London, Stockholm and

Munich, setting house
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EVENING CLASSEScan TO THE BASE? are yet to be equalled. He
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SECRETARY Price Mobile Home Center
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Immediate opening In downtown law
CASH Two revolving satellites
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We buy,sell and trade equities. and a fiery-red moon tell you 1
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17 jewel SST(Split Second
exp. preferred, but not required. 356. Awning on Patio, Shaded lot. $3500.
1351 or write Suite 655, Fla. Natl. Bank WE REPRESENT MANYof 772.7623. Timing) movement.
Bldg., Jax Fla. 32202. the Navy Personnel Interested In Guaranteed not to lose or
purchase of land for future use or WHY RENT? gain more than a minute each
profit. Also homes of value, FHA or 10x55 Northern built mobile month.
PARTTIME HELP MALE VA financed, in all sections of City. home Includes washer.dryer, 10x7 Self-winding,stainless steel or ---
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protected. Furn., Compl. Hurricane anchor kit Automatic calendar with push button

Wynne Realty of Florida, Inc. Near Cecil Field and NAS Jax. 771. date changer. Shock and water resistant. _ _ _
WORK WITH WINNEBAGO Realtors 3375. Priced from $137.50. 't
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264.9707SINGER acre Historic homesites old ranch developed near Prescott 772-3532. 71VW,4DrSedan, Exec. CarSAVE MONEY!


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mo. Rayf lelds. 6437 Wilson Blvd. 3BR,2bath,Air Cond., Range, Close to 70 VW Bus, R&H $2495

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MOBILE HOMES.HOUSES -- \ 68 VW, Sedan, R&H, Blue $1250

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10 MIN.CECIL FIELD Nice Selection off other Model VW's

RAY'S TV SERVICE 2BR trailer. Carpet, AC, Fenced Lg.
Specialists Color& B&W3739MacGregor lot, Patio, and awning. Adults 100 % GUARANTEE!

preferred. No pets. $115. 7715932BEINGTRANSFERRED .
771-0608 ClassifiedPHONE We gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection:
Then we tuned up, tightened and replaced everything that needed It.
LAWN MOWING EDGINGcall retired Navy man who understands And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
Hart Let a YOUR problems manage malor mechanical parts.for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and

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return to JIX.Bartleson *ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
MACHINES ,O'Neill & Payne, Inc. SYSTEM
SEWING ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL
STEREOSI 1147 So. Edgewood. Ave. --....----..-...-..-...........................- 'a
have four 1971 GoldenSew Singer ZigZags 388 9311
,and four 1971 beautiful Capehart We also have a fine selection of

stereos. Used for display In model ORANGE PARK Domestic cars
homes.Will sell for a fraction of their 2 BR., Apts. furn, or unfurn., 388-2755
cost. Each$65.cash,or terms of$9 per Diswasher, Drapes, Carpets, r j.
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I Judo Club Presents Exhibition i .

jax Memoers 01 me
NAS Jax Judo Club will JAX SPORT BRIEFS

have a chance to show

their style as they presenta ._
'nmnn' noon
judo exhibition June 2-3
at Normandy Mall Swim MeetJax Jax,July 1721. The winner of the
tournament will
Students will demonstratefrom The Annual NAS Jax represent
7-8 p.m., June 2 and Intramural Swimming Meet will ComFairJax in the CIN-
be held Tuesday, June 6 at 1:30: CLANTFLT( Tournament to be
from 3-4 p.m., June 3. p.m. at the NAS Indoor Pool. It held at Naval Station Newport, R.
Marine SSgt. Rudolph will be a 100-yard short course I., July 24-28.
Singleton, their head in- meet.All units or commands who
structor and founder of the are interested in participating Jax Tennis Team
Judo Club, will accompanythe but who have not yet entered are
group on the two-day asked to contact the athletic Jax the 6th Naval District
public appearance.His office at Ext. 3239 as soon as Tennis Tournament will be heldin
possible. July at Naval Base Key West.
technical advisors -
ComFairJax TennisJax All personnel interested', in
George Nakamura ((6th representing NAS Jax in the 6ND
degree black belt) and -Plans are now underwayfor Tournament are asked to contact
Harvey Agee ((2nd degree the ComFairJax Tennis the NAS athletic office as soon as
JUDO EXHIBITION SSgt. Rudolph Singleton,a first degree black black) will be with him. Tournament to be held at NAS possible.
belt,throws MSgt. Harvey Agee,a second degree black belt,while Mr. According to SSgt. .
George Nakamura,a sixth degree black belt,looks on with approval in Singleton, about eight T p y t i
preparation for the |ludo exhibition that the NAS Jax Judo Club will
students of various [ .J.
give this weekend at Normandy Mall. ages ;
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1 L.-Ic,... 15Senior
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y k "a- \JI- 1\f f-l-- : ; Kindergarten Class Graduates I


F Y Jax NAS Jacksonville's pre- The Senior Class, with Mrs. Rick Rondeau, Timothy Quinn,
schoolers put their best foot Elbert Green and Mrs. Fred Bill Lewis, Kenny Swasey, Jeff
forward last week when they Gardner as instructors, Holmes, Mike Davenport and
graduated from Junior and graduated Friday. They are: John Newbern.
Senior Kindergarten at the Navy Vikki Arnold Lei Lani Each graduate received a
w Wives Nursery.Reciting Arrocena, Kay Bain, Lisa diploma from Cdr. Alva Phillips
poems and singing Conklin, Christine Conners, Air Operations Officer.
their favorite songs, the tiny Deidre Cummings, Felicia Drew,
graduates showed their parents Alice Frady, Cathy Harris, Dawn
just what they had learned during Higgins, Jennifer bite,Stephanie
the school year. Both classes Jones, Sandra Libby, Tracy y
presented their specially- Lowell and April McGregory.Also .
1R rehearsed program for their : Denise Murray, Karen
adult guests and proved they Peacock, Sharon Schatzle,
were now ready for that next big Theresa Scurti, Cherly Stubbe,
step up the ladder.On Sheila Singleton, Tracy Slocumb,
Thursday, Mary Briant, Jodi Sizemore, Mariam Weber,
R awvw instructor, presented her Faye Fahland, Shelly Rammel,
Juniors: Barri Alongi, Starlo Childers,
Davis Weber, Kim Hardy, Jere Anderson, Luke Blanchard,
Cinda White, Wayne Tolx, Dwayne Cruz, Steven Colonde,
1 Darlene Poutree, Tabatha Scott Crone, Gus Duliakas, Matt
Ganthner, Ava Spicer, Kim Eccleston, Billy Evans and
Frost, Ricky Havens, Kristi! Buddy Flint. l A t'
,Denny, Kevin Trittschun, Sean And: Jason Grant, Howard
i Y b' a Goldsberry, Denise Harris, Billy Guidry, Ricky Hampton, Roger "I don't care if Lt. Haber-
Crane, Jenny Curtis, Deanna Herbert, Billy Heremecz, Steven nocky has sideburns down to his
Benson, Danny O'Rourke, Hurt, Kevin Jackson, Brad knees", you've got to. oh, my
Kindergarten Classes Elizabeth Navy and Tommy Lynch, Kevin Mirise, Edgar gosh!
Nowell. Musngi,Barry Wells, Fred Wells,

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The next kindergarten The Kadis Learning Center is a special kind of "'{;i

class doesn't S S school with staff and We are ,
start until September, but a specialized program. '/I \',
the registration book is dedicated to the development of the child with .". ,

open now for parents who average or above average intelligence who has ,VI::
want to enter their child in .1
the classes. problems in learning. /

Now that school is out, If your child is suffering these problems, you- ."

the Nursery plans to have a and he-are not alone. There are many and they are f.

just special for summer schoolage program being helped. Why not call us for a conference and \\'jf'; 'j.>

children, with reasonablerates. preliminary diagnostic test? :: ?, ,.,

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The school-age children

must bring their own lunch. ,.,
For details, call the nur- PROBLEMS PROGRAMS 'EVALUATION', '. .

sery. Children who evidence any of The Kadis Learning Center is A comprehensive diagnostic :<" ', ; ...

The nursery's regular the following symptoms may dedicated to the development of and evaluative testing procedure: "

schedule continues, have a learning problem: the child with average or aboveis provided each child: ?::., ::1."<;
however,for children of all average intelligence who hasa ..' 4i"
ages from infants 8 weeks learning problem and offers a
old to 13 or 14-year-old -
with:
children. specialized program

The nursery hours are: \
Open '6:45: a.m. Monday Overactive : Qualified Staff PsychologicalPersonalityPoor
through Friday; open 7 Poor Reader N:; Individual Instruction
a.m. Saturday. Short Attention Span., Perceptual Development Academic Abilities Battery ,
Closes 6:30: p.m. Monday Daydreams Speech and Hearing Therapy Speech and Hearing
through Wednesday; closes Fidgety Reading Remediation Evaluation
11 p.m. 1st and 3rd Wed- Poor Concentration \ Summer Classes Vision Analysis ',.'
nesday of each month; 11 Withdrawn 10 Children Per Class Preliminary Interview and j
p.m.on Thursdays and at 2 .; '
TeacherTeacher.Aide Program Conference
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and Awkward or Clumsy 1
a.m. on Fridays
Saturdays. Closed all day Temper Tantrums All Academic Subjects Perceptual Motor Screening ." '
Sunday. Easily Discouraged Ideal Location '"}'. I Complete, Physical: .. .
Air Conditioned Classrooms Examination ?* ;, ti: -<
The nursery provides Reverses letters words

meals for pre-school Speech/Hearing/ Difficulties ;fr": ..,.),. .
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ences wherein the specific learning disabilities of with parents. Diagnostic test results and specific
WHOLESALE each child are assessed. Recommendations by the recommendations are given to each parent. Con-
PRICE TO EVERYONE professional staff for the remediation of specific ferences are conducted between teachers and,

learning'problems provide the basis for instruction parents to insure a cooperative attitude toward the
OPfcN concern of the child.THeKaDisiearnmacenrer.
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Recruiting Lag Puts Navywomen In More Jobs I


Jax-Retention not recruiting that the assignment of enlisted women in such billets. technician and ocean systems personnel have direct com
has been the biggest problem women into non-striker, non- She did say that while the Navyis technician. munications with their personnel
with women in the Navy, according rated jobs will take them into new expanding the woman's role The first musician is Hospital detailers in BuPers.
to Capt. Robin Quigley, U.S. activities. While they have there will be some restrictions to Corpsman Third Evangelina In addition, longer enlistments
Assistant Chief of Naval Personnel historically been concentrated in using women for physical labor Bailey,who comes from a former have been established for
for Women. She estimatesthat major naval base areas where and that this would be up to the gospel-singing family in Virginia women. Instead of the former
96 percent of all Navywomenget there are available housing "good judgement" of commanding known as the Bailey Gospel three year enlistment, women
out after their first enlistment facilities, women are getting officers. For instance, Singers. She will be with the will sign up for a least four years,
because they believe "men in the other new jobs and more of them women could not work at a job Navy Band. under the same terms as for men.
Navy don't take them seriously." are going overseas to a variety of which requires them to carry The response to the opening of According to Capt. Quigley, the
But the Navy seems to be assignments previously never firearms. the other ratings are going well, fact that young men and women
making some drastic changes to before held by their sex. But other jobs, such as driving too, according to Quigley.One can get a guaranteed assignmentto
aid women's retention while With the exception of sea-going official cars, color, honor guard way In which the Navy Is a general area or one specific
solving the problem of increasing assignments, Navywomen now and pall bearer duty, traffic doing a lot for retention is school should more than com
shortages of Junior enlisted men have a wider selection of jobs to control during rush hours and through new and more interesting pensate for the four-year com
who are desperately needed for choose from and they will be used housekeeping chores, could be assignments. Enlisted mittments.
sea duty. in various capacities,some which done by non-rated women.
More and more billets will be may involve physical labor.As The Assistant Chief of Naval .
Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-JO
filled by women because of this Capt. Quigley had predicted Personnel emphasized that all '
not earlier, the will their this does not come from
lag in recruiting but Navy see D PICK I UP & DELIVERY
because of "women's lib." women polishing brass, painting pressures 'from "women's lib,"
As Capt. Quigley said, "it is rocks and clipping lawns. While though she 'once said that the D ROAD SERVICED p.m.A.r( --I-
coming out of the hard cold fact she admitted some girls may not "sociological climate that gave MECHANIC ON DUTY I
of life which is a serious shortageof go for the idea, the captain added birth to the movement is now partof D -
male seamen..it's going to that the young woman whowantsto the Navy." and that "womenare AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS

become a matter of women fit into the Navy on equal the hottest political issue, iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! ,. III
seamen or no seamen." footing with men will be willing to other than the Vietnam war." 1 BOB'S OAK HILL w
This new trend will put womenin accept the same responsibilities.She "It has grown strictly out of the
shore billets and will give them does not think, however, Navy's personnel needs," she I I. URIi6fl I
added opportunity for on-the-job that women will be serving said. "Men and women are hereto
training and to strike for ratings. aboard ships at sea. Rather, they serve those needs."Unfortunately .
Quigley, an 18-year Navy might be assigned to support right now I SERVICE CENTER g
veteran who now holds the ships, particularly tenders, anything to do with women is flIHIIIIHHHIHHHHIIIIUIIIIHHHHIIIHHHHHHIIHHIIHIHIllHHHmI! !!!! !!!!!! ! minimum

Navy's top job for women said depending on the Navy's need for immediately leaped on as being 103rd & Jammes Rd. Phone 771-9156
'women's lib," said the captain.But .
now,the Navy has come to ;--
terms with the issue by giving .
women a greater role with their .
NEWEST CONCEPT male counterparts in jobs and t.
IN APARTMENT LIVING opportunities. Atlantic and
Pacific Fleets have been asked to
1, 2 .3 BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS
where
identify areas women Self contained TRAVEL TRAILERS,
Spacious rooms, wide windows Kingsley
seamen are needed, and if there
central heat & air cond Private Arms facilities PICK UP CAMPERS & MOTOR HOME
patios, sundecks, swimming pool are inadequate BEQ ,
and party room. they are being encouraged to
264-8102 initiate Self Help modifications to "You don't have to go broke to go first class"so
accomodate them. drive a little and save a bundle

1800 KINGSLEY AVE. Already, the Navy has openedsix
DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding new ratings to women -
Blvd. & Orange Park Minutes !T musician ( vocalist ) I CAMPERS RETREATOn I
away via new I 295,
lithographer, draftsman,
aviation fire control technician,
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Intramural l J] 1


Bowling jBoatingBi is


StandingsNATIONAL Landry f '}


LEAGUEW
L Racing seems to have taken Day Sailors have not arrived.Don't .

RADAR 17 48 $*n over each with other many events crowding forget the crew meeting
for
GEM 44 28 week attention. Last Friday,June 2,at the club house.
the
LEPRECHAUNS 43 36 monthly NJSC ,-:Ices It's not too late to get your crew _
were held
NAMTD 40 32 The sailors with a good turnout. together and register. Check NAS .
COMFAIRJAX 39 33 raced in prams Jax Notice 1710 of May 9 for
ILL EAGLES 3? because the larger boats were out details. Don't let lack of racing
35 of the
679th 35 41 The water for maintenance. experience hold you back for this r't
kids walked away with mostof will be
FLAP JAX 38 a great opportunity to
34
the honors this time while the learn.
TAMARAWS
FAETU 33 39 42 adults grumbled about their The Power Club had a cruise to t -
WOMEN'S LIB 30 weight advantage. Maybe its Ponce Inlet last weekend which
50
22 time we went back to the books. turned out very enjoyable. Marty e

AMERICAN LEAGUEW Mike Ray took the day with a first Foster reports,however, that the }

L and second in three starts. St. Johns is choked with water

EVILDOERS 55 21 Michelle Ray was second, while hyacinth south of Lake George.

LATE CHARGERS 53 23 newcomer, Charlie Sutton, the This may be a bad year if
only adult who came close took
spraying is not continued.
HARD HATS 45 27 third
place. TIPS ON SAILINGDo
ADCOP 45 27
NJSC was well represented in have all Si C w
you safety
your
LEFTOVERS 40% 31%
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BARRACKS cruisers at the Florida Yacht equipment aboard? Is it in good
MARINE 37 35
Club Summer's Here Regatta condition? Can you get to it
HAWKS 32% 39%
last Saturday. Two of the six without tearing the boat apart? If
HANDICAPPERS 29 43
starters were Navy with the answer to the above questionsis
NDRC No.1 29 43
Marechiaro winning the 19 mile "Yes", then you have a start
FUMBLERS 25 47
race. Winds were over 30 kts for toward( boating safety. Don't
SAWBONES 9 63
most of the race with rough underestimate the power of a

ATLANTIC LEAGUEW running seas. The next day was thunderstorm. Here are some

spent draining all compartmentsand helpful safety hints to protect you
L drying out the foul weather during a storm. Lower all sails if

REBELS 53% 18% gear. Three hard driving Navy wind conditions warrant. (This

AFEES 45 31 Jax skippers were'conspicuously will vary with the individual). If FISHERMAN'S DELIGHT Marilyn Turk, wife of LCdr. Eugene

WOODPECKERS No.2 44 28 absent from the starting line. you are a novice, anything above Turk of Com Fair Jax,displays the 10 pound 11 ounce bass she caughtat

VR-50 41 31 Fred Kling is temporarily 35 kts. should be taken with sails Kingsley Lake with a shiner. LCdr. Turk lust recently started

FUBARS 37 35 without a bull while he is down.After dropping sails,wasteno teaching his wife how to fish but he said it looks like it's his turn to

VP- No.1 37 35 awaiting delivery on his new time in. getting the anchor start taking lessons.

FICEUR 35% 36% boat. Jim Ray claims he had to over. Your rate of drift duringone

BLOWHARDS 35 37 work and Al Johnson says his of these blows is almost

NUBS 31 41 crew got taken out by a party the unbelievable and you can seldomsee LOOKCLEARANCE: SAUPurnithed
BEES 25 51 night before. Maybe the weather where. you are going. Make DISCOUNt'oMI\.I'I'A' t .. J-

VP-62 No.2 16 56 had something to do with it also. sure,that everyone is wearing a CIVIU ''I1JC.E ERONNE .

CONTINENTAL LEAGUEW The Mug Race will top off this life jacket (Coast Guard Ap- .

active week and has everyone proved) and if you are in a large witn Bi or 6 tffr furftiturtVour

L busy scrubbing bottoms and boat,ensure that anyone workingon most fornpifie
their This is the foredeck has line around
PIN BUSTERS 46. 26 tightening up gear. a Mobile Hom Deafer .
probably the most popular race his waist secured to some solid r -
CHOKERS 45 27
of the year and the longest river fixture aboard the boat.
BUSCH LEAGUERS 45 27
race in the country.The race will Remember they never look as astro homes

QUACKS 43 29 start at Palatka, June 4 at 8 a.m. bad from shore as they do when BLANDING BLVD 24 7900

HOSPITAL 43 29 and finish at the Rudder Club in you are riding them out. yftB>NK 3 Miles Soutn o I 295f .
TARS 42 30 Orange Park some twelve hours Discretion is the better part of >0 BOX 417 ORAN6E PARK <:,

CHIEFS 38 34 later. One hundred entries are valor.
P&PPs 31 45
expected. Kerry Mirise will introduce -
NDRC No. 25 47
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EAGLES 24 52 fleet in this one and she looks like .
MOLLAR ROLLERS 18 54 real '. .> I' .
she is going to be a '

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WOODPECKERS No. 1 48 24 derway next Wednesday. Special '
SPARKS 45 27 Services assures us the boats will a ,

SPLITFINDERS 42% 29% be in racing condition but the new 1
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one). It would be nice to report
that their' debut was a huge
success, but alas, several runs
dented the plate to spoil their

"coming out party".
Meanwhile, a desperate
1 Thomas "The Good Tooth Fairy"
-,
- Puckett, installed himself on the
mound. After walking numerous
) batters, and giving up far too
hits his teammates for-
many Capers, the Cecil Field clown presents Nancy Roberts with her door
ryr cefully carried Tom, kicking and prize at the Officer Acey-Duecy softball game.
1 protesting to the dugout where he
: i should have stayed in the 1st straight hits.Stromquist. error and advanced to 3rd on
place. batted and pitched Roggeman's single.Alting tallied
The score of the game has been VA-12 past Medical 9.1. The big on a fielders choice, and
\ variously reported as 15 10, 19 -' big righthander gave up 3 hits, Roggeman scored the clincher on
6, 9.8, etc. in favor of the Acey- struckout 10 batters and chippedin Bryant's single. Simmons was
Deucys.For want of an accurate with 3 hits. the pitcher who fashioned this
DJ J.Thomas from radio station WAPE helps Mrs. Shirley Traynor in
score, how about a tie? Despite homers by VA-45's masterpiece.The .
the audio portion of the game. Thomas passed out records to the
spectators and signed autographs for the small-fry. Our congratulations to all the Aungst and Mihok, an aroused Marines overwhelmed
Acey-Deucys and their wives who Weapons turned back the Weapons 16-6 for their 2nd
SOFTBALLThe indecisive "umpires"DickGardner ( spent so much time in assuringthe "Blackbirds" 12.8. Barton was successive win. Shea led the
OfficerAceyDeucycharity and as usual, myself) success of the outing, your the winning chucker, and Sipes Marines with 2 hits while Perry
game proved a huge banged out an insidetheparkhomer efforts were appreciated, and the loser.In and Brown had 3 each for
success,both on and off the field. on the following pitch. from the compliments and kudos a real old fashioned hitting Weapons. The winning pitcherthis
The score of the fastpitch game The slowpitch game providedour being handed out so lavishly, you Donnybrook, VA-45 downed VA- time was Cobb.
was definitely 7.1 in favor of theAceyDeucys spectators with the most are a wonderful group of people. 81, 12. 10. VA-45's hard hitting VC-2 turned back NAMTD 6.2.
; however, some fireworks, as both coachs emp- Medical Aungst had a round tripper and 3 The instructors outhit their
doubt still exists at this late houras tied their benchs in an effort to Fastpitch Admin :10.0 romped 2 singles, while his teammate, "Dragonflyer" rivals 11 7, but
past on Pangburn's
to the outcome of the slowpitch'' stem the hitting tide. hitter. Weed banged out a double Kitts chipped in with 3 singles. VC-2's fielders sparkled
game. The officers unveiled their and Ferrand Woodworth with a homer and 2 throughout the game. Winning
single
a
Tiny a
Wilfred Stromquist and George secret weapons in the 5th inning; triple and Chancey a double for singles, and Fiddler with 3 pitcher Roberts was helped by
"Honey" Loy combined their Pitcher Captain Coleman,and his Medical. singles were VA-81's hitting three twin killings from his
pitching talents in the 1st game, battery mate, Captain Shute, two starts. Meyer was the winning teammates. 3 double plays in a
with Wilfred taking the win, or much heralded rookies just up Weapons threw a scare into pitcher. single game is a Cecil Field high
was it Loy? Old grand dad Loy, from the 31 League ("Industry", league leading VA-12 before VA-45 won another game last for the year.Smith from NAMTDwas
after being literally robbed of a "Iniative" and "Innovation" bowing 8.6. Wilfred Stromquist Thursday by scoring 3 runs in the the games hitting star with 3
triple by two inept, and totally bet you thought I'd blow that struggled to the win. Lefty bottom of the 6th to break up a 4 singles. Pharr, Erney and Craig.

......: ....a1 .lfjllj.. !-',-,_....,... .>.'M,", ..'....'''''''"-,.__. '<_<._:M.v.W.:__:.'C.x.... .'.<.'" H'..."" Falcon was again the VA-12 4 tie with Medical. Converted had 2 each for the winners.
hitting star with 2 doubles and a catcher Sipes, bad leg and all, Raider Ramblings: Bicycle
LOOKING FOR A NEW single. took the win.Slowpitch. enthusiast Bud Huntsinger
: In the finest recently "crashed and burned"
OR SECOND CAREER? Meyer fanned 5 and gave up but slowpitch game to date, the while trying to negotiate a tricky
4 hits as VMS downed the Marines edgedVA-174, 2.1. The curve. The next day he found
We seek an ambitious man 25-45 who wants... luckless Admin 9,4.2. Sipes from winning counters came in the 2nd training wheels on the bike,
VA-45 led all batters with three
inning when Alting reached on anHONDA courtesy of his "thoughtful" co-

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Fliers ;.;
Sweep Two Intramural r /t, 1


From Orlando NTC Softball ";


StandingsAMERICAN
Jax -The Jax Navy Fliers ran total. Gil Montemayor started
their win streak to four games things with a single, Bill Sauls LEAGUE
and their record to seven wins followed with a double and Bob W L
and two losses with two wins over Dombroski brought them home VW-4 10 1 r
the Orlando NTC team last with a triple. Terry Tucker then VP-49 8 1
Friday.In brought Dombroski home with a VP.16 7 3
the first game on Friday night single and Cliff Murray finished FAETU "7 4
the Fliers banged out 10 hits on things up by clearing the bases NDRC 61h 4Ji
their way to a 5-1 win. Bob with a long homerun.The VP-56 3 2
Dombroskigot the Fliers startedin SUPPLY 41h: 51,1 ...oJ"
Fliers added a in try f .., ..
run the .
the first inning with a single fifth to GEMS 4 6 ..
that scored Jim Boyette who was singles by make it an even 10 on WEAPONS 3 8 cr .. ...
Montemayor and Sauls :(
on with a single. In the fourth and a double by Dombroski. NARF 2 7 ., /
inning Ed McBride added Orlando MEDICAL 2 8 /f
added another
run in the
AIR OPS 1 8
with ,
another run a towering sixth but that
proved to be the end
homerun. Dombroski got his of the scoring. i NATIONAL LEAGUE
second RBI of the game in the John Blackburn the W L .
fifth as he doubled home Bill was NARJAX 9 0
winning pitcher giving
Sauls and then scored on CliffMurray's hits and up seven HOSPITAL 8 1
striking out two. Gil
single for a 4-0 lead. FICEUR 7 2
Montemayor and Mike Cameron .
The Fliers made it five with a run each collected three hits while MARINE BARRACKS 6 3 ."t
in the sixth inning as Mike Jim ADMD 5 4VP45
Boyette, Bill Sauls, Bob
Cameron singled home Gil Dombroski and Terry Tucker 3 4
Montemayor who had doubled. added two hits each. FAW.ll 4 7
Orlando saved themselves the ADMINISTRATION 3 7
This weekend the Fliers travelto TENNIS CHAMPS Cdr. A. L Air
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MATSG 3 7 Phillips Ops presents the team
embarrassement of a shutout In
Robins Air Force Base where AFEES 26 captain of the Hospital tennis team, HM3 Dave Vest,with the Spring
of the seventh
the top as they
they will play doubleheaders
on MARTD 2 8 1972 Intramural Tennis Championship Trophy in ceremonies held last
scored a run on a double and a Friday and Saturday.
week.
single. NARJAXNo.2 11h 4/

Tom Tenhagen was thewinning
pitcher as he held Orlando to
three hits and struck-out three. NIMNICHT t 7mmBBCL1l7COMPAN

Dombroski, McBride and
Cameron led the Fliers with two
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The Fliers carried their
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into the second game as they
sprayed the field.with a 16-hit
barrage that knocked the
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