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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 29, 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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Jax Capt. William G. two years, will be assigned Commander Fleet Air graduate of the Naval Line career he has served with
Sizemore, who has been as Chief of Staff for VAdm. Norfolk and served on the School and the Universityof VA-115VA-195, VA-55, VA-

executive officer since Michaelis in Norfolk, Va. staff of ComNavAirLant.Capt. California at Berkeley, 93, at the Bureau of Naval ,

July 1, 1971, will become Prior to assuming Sizemore,who was where he received his Personnel and with Attack
the 21st commandingofficer command here in July training officer for bachelor's degree in Carrier Air Wing One

of the Naval Air 1970, Capt. Kincaid was ComFairJax before he political science.Throughout .
Station when he relieves the Chief of Staff forrJc'Kincald became executive officer, his Navy A veteran of both the
Capt.John R.Kincaid here joined the Navy throughthe Korean and Vietnam War,
'w,
- Saturday.The Combat Aircrew Capt. Sizemore has logged
in more than 6000 flight hoursin
changeofcommandceremony Program 1944. During
is scheduled for training, he applied and carrier type aircraft
for the V-5 and has made more than a
10:30 a.m. on the parade was accepted
grounds in front of Program, through whichhe thousand carrier arrested

Building 1 in conjunctionwith attended college. He r landings.He .
a retirement was commissioned an t wears the

ceremony and personnel aviation midshipman in Distinguished Flying

inspection. VAdm. 1947 after completing Cross, Bronze Star, Air
Frederick Michaelis, flight training at NAS Medal, Navy Com

ComNavAirLant, will be Glenview, 111., and mendation Medal, Navy
guest speaker. received his wings at NAS Unit Commendation, and

Capt. Kincaid, who Jacksonville in 1948. j the Vietnamese Cross of ,

served as CO for the past Capt. The captain is a Capt. Sizemore Gallantry.
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Cdr. Phillips ToVOL.




Be Acting XO
30 NO. IS Published. 'In The'Interest of Personnel,of Naval' Air Station. ,Jacksonville, JUNE 29 1972


III Jax-Cdr. Alva L. Phillips Jr.,
Change Of Command who was Air Operations Officer
F here for the past two years, will
I 41! become acting executive officerof
the Naval Air Station until
l' Ceremony Schedule relieved in mid-July by Capt.
t Donald Childers, who is now at
t the Naval War College.Cdr. .
Jax The change-of-command for Capt. William Sizemore and w .Phillips is a 1967 graduateof
\ Capt. John Kincaid will be held at 10:30 ajn. in front of Bldg. 1,. the Industrial College for
.: Saturday,or in Bay 3 at Hangar 1000 in the event of bad weather. Armed Forces in Washington. He
.,' A battalion of Navy and Marine Corps personnel, with Cdr. Alva served for three years in the
\ Phillips as the battalion commander will be inspected. office of the Chief of Naval
,: The uniform of the day is: Navy Officers full dress white with Operations as head of the
sword,Navy Enlisted service dress white with large medals; Marine Planning, Management.JMvisiocu ,3
Officers summer service "C" with barracks cap and sword and before his assignment here in
Marine Enlisted-summer service"A"with barracks cap and normal July of 1970.
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arms.A t The commander is a veteran of
retirement ceremony will be held in conjunction with the change STUDENTS GIVE-Cdr. E. G. Lightsey, an instructor at NATTC's World War II and the Korean
Df-command to honor Capt. William Moore, Defense Intelligence AE School presents NATTC's total donation to Navy Relief a check War. In 1945, he was a fighter
Agency; Cdr. William Parks, Administration Officer; LCdr. R. V. for$3,573.09 to campaign Chairman, Capt. Richard O'Loughlin. The pilot aboard the Shangri-La, the
.. Krueger, RATTC and LCdr. Robert Moore, Air Ops. money represents 117 percent of NATTC's recommended obectlve| of first carrier to enter Tokyo Bayat
VAdm. Frederick Michaelis, ComNavAirLant, has been invited to $3,062. Cdr. Lightsey notes that this was a large amount consideringthe the time of the Japanese
inspect the honor guard with Capt.Kincaid before the ceremony. fact that most of the center's students are E-4 or below. (See campaign surrender.He .
results on page 16.) the
i I I joined the Navy through
Naval Aviation Cadet Program in
Out 1942,completed flight training at
Paper Dance First
Chief Re-Ups Pensacola, and was com-
missioned in August 1944. Since
NextFriday then, he has become a qualified

Man To Go Over 30-Years helicopter pilot.Released from. active duty in

1947, he attended Georgia
Technical Institute and majoredin
Jax Our deadline Jax ADCS Edward Thomas Dance was the fact that, he in certain ratings or where a industrial relations. Upon
next week will be Dance reenlisted for four years already had 30 years in the Navy contact relief is required but graduation he was employed with
Wednesday noon, .in- last Tuesday, but it wasn't the before he reenlisted.) With his cannot be provided in time. The Dayton Rubber in Ohio until his
stead of Tuesday. everyday reenlistment that reenlistment for four years he CNO announced this new policyin recall to active duty in 1953.
Look for the paperon occurs at NAS Jacksonville for became the first man at NAS Jax April in Z-gram 108.
Friday morning. two distinctive reasons. to reenlist under Adm. Elmo Secondly, the man who
Have a happy Fourthof The first thing that made it a Zumwalt's new policy that allows reenlisted him, CWO-2 Michael t
men to go over the 30 year mark
July. Paul
day to remember for ADCS McManus, formerly
when there is a shortage of men served under Chief Dance as a
--- third class petty officer. CWO-2
McManus was the Barracks
Master-At-Arms at the Service
Test Center in Patuxent River,
1776-1972 Md.from 196163. McManus later
went on to receive his commission -
in August of 1969 and is
now the Division Officer of the
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.t AO "A"Phase I and II Schools at
NATTC.
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ADCS Dance joined the Navyat Y
Norfolk, Va., in 1942. He has
been at NAS Jacksonville for the
past year in the Power Plant
Division of AIMD. This is his ,
second tour here as he was with
V APat NAS Jax from 1957-59. Cdr. Phillips ':

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11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday b Saturday FrldayJunl30BREAKFASTI Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Iced
11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Friday 6 pm Chilled Grapefruit Lemon Cake, Pineapple Pudding.
11 Friday tla.m..11 p.m. to midnight Juice Hominy Grits French Toast SANDWICH LINE: Chicken Salad or
a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday 6 Saturday Tues.-Thurs. Sunday Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Grilled Hamburgers Frankfurters,

Saturday 11 am to 1 a.m lta.m..lip.m. Noon to Midnight to Saturday .2 pm Cheese Omelet, Fried Eggs to Order, French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans,
9 a.m. to 2 a.m Frl.Sat midnight Home Fried Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Dessert Bar.

11a.m..1a.m. Monday thru Thur Sunday 2 DINNER: New England Clam Tuesday,July 4
Sunday pm
Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Salmon
9 a.m. to Midnight n a.m. to Midnight to 7 pm BREAKFAST! Fried Eggs to Order
Cakes Scalloped Potatoes w-Onlons French Toast Syrup, Choice of
Brown Gravy, Buttered Broccoli Grilled Sausage or Bacon Slices Hash
Simmered Pinto Beans, Salad Bar, Brown Potatoes Pastry Bar, Chilled
Galley Sets German Night lliimilr'Jax Assorted Fruit Tarts, Hermits. Orange Juice.BRUNCH .
SANDWICH LINE! Cheese, Lettuce : Chicken Noodle Soup,
& Tomato Sandwich or Grilled Cold Plate, Assorted Cold Cuts,
Enlisted personnel are cordially invited to enjoy @{ifIDMniirnQ: 0 ( ) ) Hamburgers Frankfurters French Cheese, Potato Salad, Baked Beans,

German Night, July 5, at the NAS Dining Hall. Ulffi: UlDU! : Fried Bar. Potatoes Potato Chips Dessert Potato Chips, Dessert Bar.
SUPPER Grilled Beef Steaks,
All guests are required to be accompanied by an SUPPER
Pork Chop Suey Egg Foo
Brown Baked Potatoes Sour
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Young Fried Rice, Chow
active duty military sponsor. Shrimp Cream, Corn on the Cob Buttered
NAVAL AIR STATION Meln Noodles, Seasoned Carrots, Green Beans, Salad Bar, "Holiday
The Menu Buttered Greens Beans, Salad Bar, Cake". "Fourth of July" Fruit Punch.
Beef Sauerbraten PROTESTANT Assorted Cup Cakes Baked Custard. Wednesday,July
SANDWICH LINE: Cold Plate,
BREAKFAST Cooked Farina Fried
Grilled Potato Cakes SUNDAY Assorted Cold Cuts, Cheese
Potato
Eggs to Order, Home Fried Potatoes,
German Sauerkraut Salad, Baked Beans, Potato Chips,
Choice of Pork Sausage or Luncheon
Church School (all ) 9 Dessert Bar.
ages a.m.
Meat, Creamed Dried Beef, Southern
Seasoned Green Beans at Chapel Annex. Divine Worship Saturday,July 1 Style Corn Bread Chilled Orange

Hot Pan Rolls 1:30 a.m. at All Saints' Chapel. BREAKFAST: Chilled PineappleJuice Juice Pastry Bar.
Hot Oatmeal, Fried
Eggs to
DINNER: Vegetable Soup, Grilled
Salad BarDessert Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Texas Steaks Mushroom Gravy,

Bar"German" High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- French Toast, Choice of Ham or Pork Baked Potatoes, w-Sour Cream,
Sausage Minced Beef,
Punch nex. Junior and Senior Youth Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Lyonnalse Buttered Brussels Sprouts Cream
Style Corn, Salad Bar, Blueberry Pie,
Meal Rates are as follows: Fellowship 1:30: p.m. at Bldg. 722. BRUNCH:at 10 a.m. Beef Rice Soup, Sugar Cookies.SANDWICH .

Enlisted personnel with COMRATS -. $.50 Evening r Chapel.Worship 7:30: p.m. at Grilled Potatoes Beat Baked Steaks Beans, French, Salad Fried Bar, LINE Cold Plate,
Assorted Cold Cuts, Cheese, Potato
Adult Guests (12 years and older) $.60 Tuesday Peach Pie, Chocolate Chip Cockles. Salad' Baked .Beans, Potato Chips,
SUPPER Turkey Roast, Cream
Guests 11 years and younger -$.30 Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m. at Gravy Snowflaked Potatoes, Cranberry Dessert Bar.SUPPER .

Please make reservations not later than July 3 by Bldg. 750 and Christian Science Sauce Bread Dressing, French Fried Fish: Barbecued Sticks Tartar Frankfurtersor Sauce,

calling Ext. 3302_ or 3259. Meal hours will be 4-6:30: p.m. Service 8 p.m. at the Small Carrots Fried Cauliflower,Salad Bar,, Iced Buttered Lemon Peas Cake&, French Fried Potatoes, Buttered
Chapel.JTAX. Cauliflower, Seasoned Lima Beans,
Pineapple Pudding.
I \ Salad Bar, White Cake, Cherry
Sunday July 2
NAVAL HOSPITAL BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato Pudding.
AIR NE'VtlS Divine Juice Hominy Grits,Chilled Apricots Thursday, July
Worship 10 a.m. at St. BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Chilled
Fried Eggs to Order,Griddle Cakes w.
Lukes. Plums, Fried Eggs to Oder, Grilled
Syrup French Toast, Choice of Baconor
French Toast w-Mapte Syrup Choiceof
Luncheon Meat, Scrambled
Eggs
NATTC Ham Bacon or Ham, Hash Brown
w- Baked Beans Pastry Bar.
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Protestant Worship Service, BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Cream of Potatoes Chilled Apple Juice, Pastry

distributed' each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, 10:30: a.m. in Building 500. Tomato Soup Grilled Cheeseburgers, Bar.
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, DINNER Tomato Rice Soup, Grilled
Beef Liver or Baked Beef ft Noodles
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS CATHOLIC Salad Bars. Bar, Lemon Pie, Chewy Nut Parsley Boiled Potatoes Fried Onion

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Saturday Mass 5 p.m. at St. SUPPER: Baked Virginia Ham, Buttered Fresh Carrots Buttered

Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass 8 Pineapple Sauce, Whipped, Potatoes, Spinach, Salad Bar, Cream Puffs
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Simmered Sauerkraut Buttered Coconut Bars.SANDWICH.
3119. Mixed Vegetables, Salad LINE! Submarine
Bar,
Monday Apple
Tuesday, Thursday and Dilly Cake, Butterscotch Pudding. Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers
Friday-ll:30: a.m. Wednesday Freakfurters, French Fried Potatoes
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Monday,July 3
Mass Potato Chips Dessert
11:30: a.m. at the Naval BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato Bar.
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race Hospital Chapel. Juice,. Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to SUPPER Southern Fried Chicken
creed, color national origin or sex of the purchaser user or Confessions Saturday Order, Blueberry 'Griddle Cakes, Cream Gravy, Whipped Potatoes
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy 01 equal 4:15: and 5 p.m. Maple Syrup Baked Pork and Beans, Cranberry Sauce, Bread Dressing

opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Choice of Pork Sausage or Luncheon Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Boiled
Meat, Pastry Bar. Pinto Beans Salad Bar Marble Cake
advertising from that source. Peach
DINNER: Creole Soup Pan Roast of Pudding.
Pork, Snowflaked Potatoes, Chilled
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries The sere itcman': request for Apple Sauce, Mexican Corn, Brown

concerning such should be directed to: an absentee mail ballot may be Gravy Buttered Spinach, Salad Bar,
mailed free of postage in the Peach Pie Chocolate Chip Cookies. '* '* '*

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY U.S. mails if a Federal Post SANDWICH LINE, Chill Dogs or

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Card Application (FPCA) is Grilled Ham & Cheese French Fried that Civilian health care facilities
used. This card is available to Potatoes Dessert Bar. have been found by the Department -

Telephone 388-2755 the serviceman and his spouse SUPPER: Italian Spaghetti w-Mea t of Defense to practiced
Sauce, Baked Lasagna discrimination not author-
are
VOL. 30 NO. 15 JUNE 29;, 197:., free.from his military unit-again, Cuban Sticks, Parmesan Cheese, ized to provide CHAMPUS ben-

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I Commanding Officer Finds Challenge In Leadership ,I


Jax Being commanding of pipe". emphasized that it was all the permissiveness is a figment of suggestions. To date he has
ficer is a tough and demanding Some of the changes here are "wonderful people'* on this somebody's imagination cause it received well over 400 calls. And
job -a responsibility to people. the remodeling of the dispensary station. fails to meet their preconceivednotions while this has proved successful,
Just how well a skipper handles offices,a new library, remodeled "All did was hopefully inspire of what's right and he encourages people to call him
that job determines the successof office spaces and barracks and others." what's wrong." in person by phone.
his command. parking lots-to name just a few. "I don't think you can take Another method of reaching the
Capt. John Kincaid, who has And the station is headed for even In a position of responsibility anything away from a person people has been his NAS Enlisted
been CO of the Jacksonville more improvements. Future such as his, Capt. Kincaid feels that he wants to keep'continuedthe Advisory Board,which brings the
Naval Air Station for two years, plans are for the completion of that leadership Is a key factor In captain. "You can't take my views of the station's enlisted
feels that he has found that job the VP Hangar complex, a motivating people. responsibility away from population to his attention
both challenging and rewarding. consolidated Navy Exchange Under Zumwalt, he says, me..and I don't think that the through representatives appointed -
His tour spans a period markedby "the biggest and best in the leadership has not changed, petty officers have lost anything at each command.
unprecedented changes in the Navy', a 600()-man BEQ, new though he feels many of the if they were executing their "This policy that I've had all
Navy,but,as CO he has not been parking lots,a Commissary Store Navy's leaders think otherwise responsibilities in the first these years is essentially the
afraid to make changes of his and a new Galley. .i, because of a so-called "new place." same policy Adm. Zumwalt has
own. In fact, these two years, in "We've made lots of progressand permissiveness' In the CNO's Having had five command today,"said the captain in notingthe
his estimation,have turned out to it wasn't John Kincaid who policies positions alreadythe Captain hasa success of the CNO's Pers-P
be the "richest in personal did it", said the captain. He "I think that most of thisRECEIVES quick remedy for resolving Bureau in Washington. "He's
satisfaction" he's ever ex- problems. "My philosophy," he telling commanding officers that I'
perienced in his 30 years in the said, "has been for 30 years that 'if you don't take care of your
Navy. 't (r t d my door is always open to any people, I've got a man they can
His greatest reward is what he enlisted, officer, civilian -- write to', I'm for it 100 percent."I .
calls an "awakening" in people ayr d anyone in my command can think it's absolutely essentialin
here at NAS."Maybe SvY come and see me". any management position that
it's because people are A u q r H "This is not to remove the the people have access to the
getting more satisfaction from responsibility of division officers boss," he continued. "If
doing things and seeing ac- but to ensure that they carry out somebody's not taking care of
complishemnts," he said. their responsibilities." By tellinghis their problems they should go
In view of this, motivating rR'h; department heads of his open outside that command to do it."
people into making changes I door policy, he makes it known But before they do that, he
along with the Navy has been that he is always ready to take believes they should have enough
Capt. Kincaid's main goal. "I care of his people. faith in him to first come to him
really feel that it may be possiblefor "If division officers, depart- with their problem.
me to motivate people," he ment heads and petty officers After all, faith in people has
explained, "but if I do, it's by take care of their responsibility, moved many mountains for Capt.
inspiring them to accept my .A" Jj I'll see very few people walk John Kincaid these past two
desires and my aspirations". -" I through that door." years,and today he is able to say
The captain,a soft-spoken man After seeing this policy work that people are "becoming more
who has a basic belief in the THANKS Capt. John Kincaid, station commanding again and again, he knows just and more anxious to improve and
importance of the Individual, has officer, receives a plaque from the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce how effective his communication excell".
found that the best way to deal Armed Services Committee for "constant and personal channels are. "That's what's really exciting
with people is to make assump- leadership in maintaining a keen and mutual friendship between the His commanding officer HotLine about current Navy policies", he
tions about how to treat them, U.S. Navy and the citizens of Jacksonville while serving as commanding gives NAS personnel a summarized. "I think we're
inspire them or motivate them. officer of the Naval Air Station,Jacksonville, from July 17, direct line to his office for airing finally recognizing the importance -
."I think that he (Adm. Zum- 1970 to July 1, 1972." Making the presentation are (from left) Peter complaints, gripes or making of people."
walt) makes my job easier Kirill, chairman of the Armed Services Committee, G. Rodman
because in my opinion his Porter,vice chairman for Naval Affairs for the Committee and Capt.
assumptions and mine are almost William Sizemore, executive officer of the station. Members of the NEW TO THE BASE?
the same and anybody ,who's Committee toured the air station, June 20, and later at a luncheon at
going to command anything has the Officers Club,presented the captain with the plaque. your $II&WMPoMIffi*>
to make assumptions about
people." can provide additional funds

In his own opinion, Adm. "' Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your
Zumwalt is "long overdue" as Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-JO p.m money needs are handled the way you want them:
CNO. But, comparing his k Call or come in-we'll do the rest.
philosophies with those of the D PICK I UP & DELIVERY i-*. rtDOMESTIC
CNO, he takes pride in the fact D ROAD SERVICED (( zI [ FINANCE
that he probably would have and MECHANIC ON DUTY ) tK ft
probably has done,in the past as 1l mmr CORPORATION SINCE IHT
LOANS TO$tOO
D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
CO of every activity"many of the '. 8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK
things he's telling everybody to uujiiiiiiiiuiiiiiHiiiHiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiniiiinimwiiiiijHiiiH: I IUI ---
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The captain calls his theory
"self actualization" -or the fact
that you can get satisfaction I J- LOW ESTPRICES
doing"worthwhile and necessary

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The validity of his statement can
Rd. Phone 771-9156
be seen In the amazing number of & Jammes
changes around the station
through Self Help. "It's
gratifying to see the Im- a very special living environmentwoodlaJke
provements In habitability," belays
proudly of the nearly 800 Self
Help projects completed or slated
for completion at NAS Jax alone.
And, Self Help, he claims Is I one, -
and 3 Bedroom Apartments
of the things be has always done Luxury 1,2
In each of his commands,"before 3 Bedroom Townhouses

Z-Grams ever came down the ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPING r
CARPETING DRAPERIES
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I New Station Library Will Open Doors Monday I


Jax The SeaBee Self. in rooms which are well music center.It .

Help renovation of Bldg. lighted, comfortable and took five SeaBees qNS,

930 is now complete and with a controlled environment from CBU-410 and over 100
the result is a new and for the safety of five months
self-helpers
modern Station Library the books.
for NAS Jacksonville. and two days to completethe
The downstairs area of largest SeaBee Self-

Monday, July 3, marks the new library will hold Help project ever undertaken
the opening of the new all the stacks and the offices at NAS Jax.

library which is air- for the librarians.The Most of the selfhelperscame ,
conditioned, carpeted and second floor will from Air Ops while
paneled. It will hold approximately consist of the children'sarea others were furnished by

27,000 books and a stereo hi-fi VW-4, Weapons, FICEURand
Security. LTjg( ) Craig

T. Pynn, officer in chargeof
the SeaBees, termed it L
the most successful Self-

Help project ever to, be:
completed at NAS Jax.


;LrrvY The new library will be i'1

manned by two full time

librarians, three part-time
+ Y workers and during the

summer months, three
+ 1 youth corps girls. "

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The hours of operationfor '; : .
cJ
the new library will be \r.it'i
:.s.j ". \1
Mondays from 12:30: p.m.
to 9 p.m.; Tuesdays and
OFFICIAL OPENING LCdr. Michael E. Jackets of Air Ops cuts
from 8:30 to 9
Thursdays :
the ribbon to officially open the new Station Library in Bldg. 930 as
p.m.; and Fridays and Capt.John Kincaid,CO NAS Jax,TUg(| ) Craig Pynn,officer in chargeof
Saturdays from 8:30: a.m. CBU-410 and Mr. Charlie Myers, display manager at the Navy
to 5 p.m. Exchange, look on.
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VISIT&SUPPORT
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Let him assist you in P. OF GOD
BUYING SELLING REAL ESTATE .
LIBRARIAN RECEIVES AWARD-Mrs.Johanna Hofstee, Library ; 5714 RAMONA BLVD..
Technician, is presented with First Quality Step Increase by LCdr.R. 5102 Blanding Boulevard ((2 Blocks from Lane Ave.
J. Fitzslmmons, Special Services Officer, in the stack area of the Phone 771-9513 and Interstate 10))
new carpeted, paneled and air-conditioned library that she will help YOUR PATRONAGE IS APPRECIATED
open on July 3.

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I. Nuclear Force Expanding, Navy Needs Legalmen I

non-rated men who are re-assigned as commander of the
Washington The Navy's powered surface ship,a frigate of court reporting, claims matters, assigned prepare to work on these First Fleet, said the Academy
seventh nuclear-powered surface a new-design (DLGN-38), will be investigations, and legal ad- has a special way of instilling the
ship,USS South Carolina (DLGN- laid within the next few months. ministration and research. Many systems.As part of the recently urge to win; and that winning is a
37), Is scheduled for launching Another nuclearpoweredcarrier of these jobs are presently done established 1200 PSI steam thing of the spirit, not of computers
Saturday at Newport, R. I. USS Eisenhower now by JAG lawyers. After the first propulsion plant program, the or of military planning.
The nuclear-powered surface under construction. By the end of selection, only personnel in the training facility at Great Reacting to criticism that the
force will be expanding rapidlyover the year, another DLGN-38 class Yeoman rating will be consideredfor new Lakes will provide operational Academy spends too much time
the next few months, ac- frigate will have been started, the Legalman rating. engineering plant training for and money on non-academics,
cording to Adm. Elmo Zumwalt, with a third in the works. BuPers Notice 1440 has ad- men leaving recruit training to the Admiral said people often fail
CNO, in his recent NavOp Legalman Rating ditional information. Ap- boiler technicians and to see "that magic 'non-rational
become
message saying that, by the end About 200 applicants for the plications will be accepted by the machinists mates. ingredient which is the catalystfor
of the year, seven nuclear Navy's new legalman rating will Bureau through August 15. RAdm. Draper Kauffman, excellence in our
powered surface ships will be be selected by a BuPers board in Shore-Based Engineering commandant of the Ninth Naval profession..without which we
manned and three more will be August to man the first Legalman The Navy's first shore-based District,turned the first spade of have nothing".
under construction.Four billets. The board will consider engineering plant to train per- the groundbreaking. The Former Seventh Fleet Com-
from all ratings, as sonnel to operate shipboard 1200 dirt at
nuclear-powered surface applicants is scheduled to be mander, VAdm. William Mack,
ships, USS Enterprise, USS Long long as they are qualified for the pounds per square inch steam plant for training in who relieved Adm. Calvert as
Beach,USS Bainbridge, and USS Legalman rating.Applicants.should. propulsion systems came a step operational of 1973. Academysuperintendent, said he
Truxtun are already active; two have a GCT- closer to reality, June 23, when December Touchstone of Navy found everything shipshape and
others, USS Nimitz and USS ARI score of at least 110, be ground-breaking ceremonies for Annapolis changeofcommandceremonies forsees no drastic changes.
California,were launched earlier either career designated or have the plant were held at Great At June
this year. South Carolina is a 24 months or more of obligated Lakes, 111. in Annapolis,
sister ship of California and will service,be able to type at least 40 The 1200 PSI propulsion 18, outgoing Superintendent the, TrafficViolations
carry two Tartar "D" surfacetoair words a minute,and be either E-5 systems power 141 Navy ships, VAdm. James Calvert, said the
missile launchers, ASROC, or higher or have been selectedfor including seven carriers and all Naval Academy is still naval
the
for homing torpedo launchersand advancement to E-5. the more recent destroyers; but touchstone of
two rapid-fire five-inch guns. The new rating will provide there is currently no 1200 PSI profession.
The keel of the eighth nuclear- JAG with personnel trained in steam propulsion plant ashore to VAdm. Calvert, who has been
Jax -The following is a reportof
( motor vehicle accidents and
traffic violations for the period of
June 12-18.
Number of Accidents
This week 8
This week a year ago 8
Total accidents this year 172
: Total accidents through this
OfJ-hourflights. period last year 147
; Total number of days since last
injury in a motor vehicle accident
25
Number of days since an injury
Agreatwaytogetonourflights. last year at this time 2
Number of Violations
This week 39

Speeding 13
Reckless driving 1
Going through stop sign 5
Other Violations 20Twentyone
,. drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
.
June 22. Disposition of the
cases included the following:
7 Flying military stand-by is flights, connecting you with any Eleven lost driving and parking
aboard the station for
a great way to save 50%. one of over a dozen destinations.And privileges various periods; Four were

It's also to have because the assigned to complete an eight-
a great way military hour course in remedial driving;

to wait and wait and wait until travels best on a full stomach, None received a suspension;
Eightwere given a warning; Five
there's an available seat ready. we'll make sure you get a good were dismissed; Twelve were
fined (U.S. Magistrate) and
;
Eastern has a better way. hot breakfast before you reach Five were referred to com-

If take of Eastern's destination. manding officers for possible
you one your disciplinary action.

early morning off-hour flights, Again,just one of the many forty-eight Sixteen drivers points.Marine .were assessed

there's a very good chance there ways in which Eastern con- Wives

will be a seat waiting for you tinues to serve the military Meet

rather than you waiting for a seat. service. t, MondayJax
The Marine Wives Club
-
(Since less people fly So, call Eastern or your will hold its monthly meeting at

r during the early morning hours, JAMTO office for all the details. cock 11:30: ,Hall.Monday, July 3, at Han-

there are more seats available You'll be leaving a little short Luncheon business will be meeting served and will a

\\if during the early morning hours.) earlier, but then again, your '\ follow The guest speaker will be

: k So on your next leave, leave will be a little longer. Arthur Slocumb, Service Information -

':, leave early on one of Eastern's .(We also figured that with Wives of all Officer active for duty NAS,retiredor Jax.

4offhour. flights to Atlanta. the extra time to spend you are reserve invited Marines to attend.in the area

j, ::1. : At Atlanta, switch to any could use the extra money to

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Leonard Eubanks CPD '. ,> Idea
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since June 1953, retires tomorrow
Commander Naval Air Systems aircraft examiner at NARF, was
after completing 31 and-a-half Command,Commander Fleet Air awarded a $650 Beneficial

years Navy.of civilian service with the Jacksonville and many com -. _.. .. .n ........__. Suggestion Award for
manding officers and local eliminating master rod failuresin
A brief ceremony is scheduledin Federal and civil leaders.He the test stand.According ,
his honor 9 a.m.tomorrow in served for several years as to his report on his
front of the NAS Administration the Secretary to the Jacksonville idea, there were quite a few R-
Building. Federal Executive Associationand 1820 master rod bearing failures
In addition to his position hereat helped establish that in the engine test stand becausethe

NAS Jacksonville,he served as association. He has served as engines were being over-
the Civilian Personnel Officer for Chairman of the Jacksonville speeded before the oil pressure
the commander of Fleet Air Fund-Raising Program Coor could come up. The overspeedingwas
Jacksonville and 19 other Naval dinating Committee and Duval a result of a condition that

and DOD tenant commands Steering Committee, Combined made the engines very hard to
headquartered in the Jacksonville Federal Campaign. He was also start, often up to two hours.

.area. the Federal Area Chairman for ate, w With Mitchell's idea for star-
Uubanks: started his career CARE, Radio Free Europe, ting the engine, NARF estimates
with the Navy in December 1940, Project Hope and the American "> their savings at $13,854. His idea
just two months after the official Korean Foundation. was adopted more than a year
commissioning of the station. He He has always been interestedin LEONARD EUBANKS, Civilian Personnel Officer, Is ending a 31 ago to improve the quality of the
started as a junior clerk community activities and has and-a-half year career with the civil service. engines being turned out to Fleet
stenographer and served in served on the Budget Committee, activities.
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progressively more responsible United Fund Com
Advisory
positions in the Civilian Per- mittee for Business and Cecil NEX Votes NAGS I
present plans are to stay here,
sonnel Department until, he Cooperative Education, Duval
assumed the top position of County Board of Public Instruction but admits the warmer climate
Cecil Civilian
of
em- vised by representatives
and and numerous golf courses in
Civilian Personnel Officer in the
Advisory
southern Florida may figure in ployees at the Cecil Field the U. S. Labor Depart
Committee for the Jacksonville
1953.His his future Navy Exchange have votedto ment in Atlanta, and voted
interest in equal em- Youth Opportunity Center. plans.
be represented by the 84-14 to join NAGE.
"I to relax for week
expect a or
ployment was recognized Eubanks has also been a memberof National Association of The association also
nationally when he was cited by the Jacksonville Chamber of two-then, without any firm the civilian
Government Employees represents
the President's Committee Commerce Jacksonville Urban schedule, head towards
on ,
Naval Air
(NAGE) employees of the
Oklahoma to visit
Government Employment Policy League, Toastmasters International my grandson.
They held a secret ballot Rework Facility at NAS
and invited to speak before a Rotary In- "After that"h'e says there will
election, June 21, super ,Jacksonville.
be lots of and golf.
just Relaxing
national meeting in Washington. ternational, Post Commander,
Eubanks' accomplishments' American Legion Post 137 and '
the civilian personnel have been the South Atlantic Personnel

recognized by the Secretary of Advisory Council He was also S'S ca ie> e..las
the Navy, the director of the Executive Vice President of Cedar Blandmg Boulevard
Hills Shopping Center
Office of Civilian Manpower Chapter 40, Armed Forces House of Quality Foods Phone .912J

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Every FRIDAY I Night is
Jobs PostedJax Eubanks was presented the Every SATURDAY Night is
.FAMILY NIGHT
Navy Meritorious Civilian Service .
The following Award in 1956 and the Navy Your choice of
merit promotion job Superior Civilian Service Awardin STEAK 179 Chicken &

opening is posted on local 1966. These are two of the
bulletin boards for civilian Navy's highest honorary awardsfor I IV4 Dumplings 79.tJo

employees. civilian employees. His NIGHT Steak
Chopped
PresserWG-2,7-12-72 record also contains many lettersof
If interested, contact the commendation and appreciation Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato .and any 2 vegetables. Bread and Butter
Employment Office, Ext. for his contributions to
.LUNCH: 11 AM til 2PM DINNER4PMtil8PMRlis
3448, or the Rating Branch, the Navy and the community.
Ext, 2320. Eubanks who served in the
.................................,..........,....,.,...,....'.:...........:... Army and the, Navy, said that his Watch F r Ouf Lgnchwn MeatSocial 3f centi Mon Thru $af



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,July 6 Sirloin, Fish, Macaroni 'and
Chicken Noodle Soup, Beef Cheese, Peas, Spinach, Health
Short Ribs with New Potatoes, Salad, Tuna Salad, Coconut
Roast Turkey with Dressing, Cream, Apple Pie, Fruit Pie, :l
Pork cutlets with Apple Sauce, 7- Layer Cake and Pudding. ,.
oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fried Fish,
Mashed Potatoes, Fried Cab- Friday,July 8 7va1.

bage, Corn, String Beans, Turkey Gumbo, Trout
Steamed Rice and Gravy,Salads, Almondine, Stuffed Peppers with
Jello, Cucumber Mix, Waldorf Creole Sauce, Baked Meatloaf
Salad, Egg Custard Pie, Fruit with Macaroni and Tomato low
to
Pie, Strawberry Shortcake, Sauce, 7-oz. Chopped Sirloin, : cost
Apple Pie and Pudding. Fish, Turnip Greens, BlackeyedPeas
Thursday,July 7 ,Okra and Tomatoes,Carrot '
Vegetable Soup,Fried Chicken, and Raisin Salad, Cole Slaw, L' b' Auto Loans
Liver with Onions, Minute Steaks Lemon Pie, Fruit Pie, Apple Pie,
with Yellow Rice, 7-oz. Chopped Devil's Food Cake and Pudding.


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I Woman Engineer Ends Unique CareerJax i H


She has always liked to draw, a R .
It's not often that Rework Facility.
in the
talent which seems to run
someone combine Since 1944 Mrs Boyette has
can a hobby
Gloria
family. She and her sister,
with work. worked in the Weapons
Psota, were both draftsmen in
But for Engineering Department there
the
past 21 years at NARF.
the same department
Ubbya Boyette has been able to and was the only woman
in
Her sister retired April.
put an interesting hobby to use as aerospace engineering however was
Libbya, ,
a unique She is technician on station.
very career. one
of 48 civilian employees to retire In her job she has designed promoted to her present positionin
1967 and has been one of a few
this week at the Naval Air parts for different Navy aircraft
women to work in a traditionally"men
and prepared technical direc
field.A .
tives to be published in only"
Local 14 Washington and adopted for use native of Chicago, Mrs.
Navywide.Her Boyette won a summer
scholarship to the Academy of
career began 30 years ago Y YA
t and attended
Fine Arts Bryantand
Elects when she became a secretary at r
Stratton College there and
NAS Jax. But, because she
the of at the
wanted to turn her talents to College Engineering
of Florida. 1
PresidentJax drawing for a living, she asked University
for a transfer to Public Works She has studied geometry, ENGINEER RETIRES Ubbya Boyette, who retires this week

where she prepared maps of algebra and trigonometry, but after 30 years In Civil Service, worked In the NARF Weapons
she'would like to her hand at
Homer J. Eldridge has outlying Navy fields, depots and try Engineering Department. She is saying farewell to "the board" after
been named president of the bases. writing when she retires. working In the aerospace engineering field at NARF for 21 years.
National Association of Planner
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Progressmen, Local 14, here at
NAS Jacksonville. He was s f: 'iII

nominated at a meeting, June 22, r RetireeRoll
to replace former President II :

Robert L. Gillette, who retired. f ;

Wallace Arnold was named

vice president. John Undberg, __ r1; Sufiply Department
secretary, and Joseph Cusimano,
treasurer, remain in office. : ij Herman Gaul Marie Bennett j : j
H Walter Allan Maxaline Bernard i

During the meeting, Gillettewas J William Kimble Ruby Collier .' ;
presented a plaque on behalf \ :::j Esther M. Simmons Marion Fulcher ; :

of the members for his untiring M Elmer Bivens Milton Hurst ...J"

devotion to the best interests of 1::1: Clifford Browning George Hyde .,fl.: :
the Association, which has :;::; Freddie Collins Gordon King :( :

members from Cecil Field, ;j Gary Crews James Mills : 1.

Mayport and NAS Jax. :is::: William Grimes Virginia King e' : :;
Also at the meeting, Claramae : Charles Hawkins William Smith : :
Stover was honored upon her :M: Walden Johnson W. Kenneth Wilkins i

retirement. "' / ::1j Samuel Mott Richard C. Schmidt


representing President Eldridge Local is 14 currently at theAssociation's / '1ii Naval Rework Facility ; i

four-day National t m, James Gonce, Jr. Eugene Dickinson : .
Convention, which ends today in CARTOONIST RETIRES Marion Fulcher, whose cartoons have ii Frank Zinkosky Mary Farrar .""'f''
:
Wash., D. C. appeared frequently in the Jax Air News is one of 23 civilians who r Koebert Parks Paul Barlow ::
retire this week at the Supply Department. An inventory management ;i Alvin Manson Calvin Gray } :

specialist, he has been here for 30 years, first a supervisor for the M Dallas Moore James C. Knight'

Inventory Division and later with the Programs Management Office. m Charles Fields Percy L. Knight i.m .
''HONQAMOTORS The former Navy storekeeper may not be famous for his artistry, but : : Bennie Holt James G. Robbins
his cartoons and caricatures have been a delight for us and our m I DeWitt Green Albert Quagliano {1

A CYCLES CO. readers. Drawing is |lust one of the things that the Jacksonville man 'm% Adolph Wollitz Richard Smythe r

4949 BLANDlNG BLVD. does In his spare time. Throughout the years, he has volunteered to j: George Hull Robert Brown ,
PHONE 771-8244 draw cartoons and caricatures for many of his fellow employees. Off- i:. Ubbya Boyette Dorothy Hutto I<'
duty he i Is an active Yachtsman and' Eagle Scout. j1
James R. Butler Bishop Burmeister f.;
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 11 J


Tt -Fischer Assumes Admin Post ;it itJax


Cdr. Edward Fischer, NAS Akron and NAS Port Forces Pacific.
'- former Admin Officer and Columbus. He re-entered active In 1963, he was a student at
Operations Officer for VA-45 at duty in December 1957 and NATC Pensacola's Photo
Cecil Field, is to relieve Cdr. served as a flight instructor at Reconnaissance School. Later
William Parks as Administration NAS Whiting Field that year, he was assigned with
Officer of the station. The commander is a graduateof VF-174 as a student.
Cdr Parks, who retires the Naval Postgraduate School From February 1964 to April
Saturday after 30 years of Naval and the CIC School. He has 1966, Cdr. Fischer was Ad.
service, was Admin Officer here served as assistant CIC officer ministration Officer of VFP-62
for the past two years. This was aboard the USS Lexington and and deployed with the squadron
: S -5\e his second tour of duty at NAS under the deputy commander of aboard the USS Independence and
Operational Test and Evaluation USS Forrestal.BARGAIN .
Jax.The
commander served as
meterology officer at Air
L 55) Operations here from 1961 to 1963.
rC. Just prior to reassignment herein LOT !
July 1970, he was the Deputy
Chief of Naval Operations (Air), 64 VW Square back, Doesn't Run $100
A. R. E. LAUNCHED Navy officials mark the grand opening of serving as the head aviator' for 63 FORD,2Dr.HTV-8ATR&HPS $140
the NAS Jax C. A. R. E. Center as they cut the ribbon to the entrance of the Navy ,for two years in 63 RENAULT Dauphin $240
Bldg. 451. From left are: Capt. John Kincaid, assistant director Lt. Washington.Cdr. 64CHEVELLEAcyl.ATR&H $260
(Clg| ) Carl Doan, director and CSC Clarence Scott, minority affairs Fischer, who joined the 6S EVROLET,2Dr.,6cyl.ATR4H $2(0 .
representative.The center has 13 Navymen and women on the staff to Navy In August 1951, underwent 67 CH EVY I II I,2Dr.,6cyI.R&HStlck $2(0 t. '
provide counseling. The is flight training and received his
program not necessarily for drug users as 61 VW Bus $290
the center includes a drug exemption program, minority affairs, a commission in March 1953. 64 VW Sedan, R&HGreenRuns Good $370
Black culture program and drug education-and also deals with He served on active duty until 67 TEMPEST Lemans,6cyl.Stlck $340
alcoholism. September 1955, when he af- 68 FIAT Conv. CpeR&H,850 Series $390
filiated with the reserve unit at 60 VW Pick-up Truck,Runs very good $390
NAS Holiday RoutineJax 67 VW Square Back $390
65 PLYMOUTH,6cyl.ATR4H S $440
-The following Navy Exchange facilities will be open Monday, yA; 6S VW Sed.s to choose from 490 to$50
Julys 66 VW Sed., R&H $590
NAS: Main Retail Store, Building 27, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Cafeteria, 67 VW Sed., R&H "90
Building 118-24 hours; 19th Hole Lounge, Building 808 -11 a.m. to 6 65 FORD Fairlane 500,2 Dr.,V-eA TR&HSharp $690
p.m.; Bowling Alley Snack Bar 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Service Station, % 65 CHEVROLET Impala,2Dr.HTACR&HPower $690
.Building 26 and Express Store No. 1, Building 931 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; 66 CHEVROLET Impala,2Dr.ACPSR&H $690
Golf Pro Shop,Building 1877 8am.to 5 p.m.; Cafeteria, Building 3-7 66 OLDS,2Dr.HT,Power, R&H $690
a.m.to 6 p.m.; Mall Service Shops,Building Regular hours; Pirates 66 GHIA Conv.OrnageR&H $740
Cove E.M.Club-9 a.m.to 2 a.m. 67 VW Conv.Purple 48000,.R&H $740
NATTC: Cafeteria,Building 554 -9 a.m. to 9 p.m.;Toyland-Country 66 VWSED.R&H,53000 miles $790
Store-9 a.m.to 5 p.m.; Game Room,Building 554-9 a.m.to 9 p.m. 67 LEMANS Deluxesport cpeFac ACPow Bucket Seats,
NAVAL HOSPITAL: Snack Bar, Building H2080 ii. a.m. to 8:30 57000ml. $1040
p.m.; Budget Sore,Building H2009 9 a.m.to 5 p.m.
Pirates Cove E.M.Club.will be open Sunday, July 2 from 9 a.m. to 2 They got to go this week

a.m.The
following Navy Exchange facilities will be open Tuesday, July
4' 1972: ASTRO MOTORS
NAS: Cafeteria,Building 118.24 hours; 19th Hole Lounge, Building .
808 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Bowling Alley Snack Bar noon to 11 p.m.;
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NAVAL HOSPITAL: Snack Bar, Building H2080 -11 a.m. to 8:30
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VP-24 Batmen



Deploy To IcelandJax T



Patrol Squadron, the effectiveness of the i
which is scheduled to make NAS squadron's highly trained flight
Jacksonville its new homebasethis crews. This is demonstrated by
x fall, has arrived in Keflavik, the fact that during their first
7. Iceland for another deployment. month in Iceland, four of the
Known as the "bat" squadron, squadron's 12 crews have attained -
VP-24 is currently stationed out "Alpha statuses the peak of.
of Patuxent River, Md. ASW operational readiness.
While deployed, the 275
enlistees and 66 officers will be Hospital Merger
flying anti-submarine warfare
1 patrols and training flights. Due Here SoonJax
BATMAN NAMED TOPS During their first month of t

ADJ1 Raymond Harris, a |let deployment, the squadron flight NAS Jacksonville is
machinist with VP-24, has been crews have logged about 800 among the designated Navy
selected as the squadron's Sailorof hours of flight time. activities which will effect a CITED -Cpt. William Moore, who was transferred here awaiting
the Month for May, based on This is the second Iceland merger of all area Navy medical retirement Saturday, is presented the Navy Achievement Medal for
his proficiency at work, devotionto deployment for VP-24's Batmen, facilities by July 1. The merger Service with the Defense Intelligence Agency In New Delhi, India by
duty, military bearing and who fly the Navy's newest ASW will involve the Naval Hospital at Capt. John Klncald NAS CO.
leadership traits. He received a aircraft, the Lockheed P3-C NAS Jax, and dispensaries here,
squadron plaque and a letter of Orion. The P3-C's computerized, at Cecil Field and at Mayport.The .
Costs RiseJax
commendation from the integrated data systems and regionalization of medical Clothing

squadron..._aI skipper, Cdr. 6. L. displays has greatly increased services throughout the Navy was

non. adopted after the first pilot If you're planning to buy Clothing costs for women have
I NDI "School RenamedJax program in the Norfolk area that much needed uniform item, gone up annually for the past
proved successful a year ago. better do it before July 1. That's three years,but this year's pricesare
The plan is now being adopted by when the prices into effect
new go credited to the higher cost of
The aircraft main Jackson, but will be directed other military services.
for and Marine enlisted.At .
Navy fabrics. Prices will be much
tenance non-destructive Inspection overall by LCdr. James
Other areas which will cen-
the same time, most Navy higher for the new style dress
(NDI "C") School at Boatright.
tralize facilities are Long Beach,
and Marine .enlistees will see a
NATTC will be re-designated The school has been a part of Charleston, Orlando, District of increase in their monthly uniforms for Navywomen.
big
NAMTRADET 3050 as it is NATTC since April 16, 1962- Columbia, Memphis, Great allowance. VP-16 Wins
becoming one of several naval While the school will no longer bea Lakes, Camp Pendleton, clothing and Marine
aircraft maintenance training part of the training center, no Navy women,
Beaufort-Parris Island, Puget
detachments here Saturday.The change in location is planned for Sound, Camp Lejeune, Newport- higher however allowances, are going most to need to offset their Alpha StatusJax
school will remain under the "new" naval aircraft Davisville and Guam.
the of their
the immediate direction of its maintenance training detach- According to the plan under the uniforms.skyrocketing Their prices allowance will VP-16's 11 crews have
current training officer, Lt. Jack ment. new system, medical personnelwill won Alpha status in anti-
go up 90 cents a month to $9.90
be rotated and specialistswho submarine warfare-an award
and the basic allowance for those
:::::":;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::s:::::::: :::::::::::: previously operated only under three years of service will which designates them as having
from hospitals will be availableat attained the highest level of
60 cents to $6.90.
go
I. I AL BONATI clinics. The up men's basic allowance will operational readiness.

Just how regionalization will still be $4.50, but the standard Alpha crews, by definition, are
ORGAN-HORN affect the Jacksonville area has monthly stipend will increase by fully qualified to perform any
not been affirmed full flight mission normally assignedto
& VOCAL pending 30 cents to $6.60. The CPOs'allowance
details from the the such
h'. .z '" Naval Hospital will be unchanged at squadron as
'. ,Jf.t "' command here. for ASW
flights
;- I; p- Monday through SaturdaySPECIAL an initial $350 and $8.40 a month operational
'! patrol, localization and attack,.
c ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1191 ar is s..har-.... thereafter. maritime surveillance and aerial
For 14 items will
Navymen, go
.. RATESFORSERVICEMEN per person I PHONE 311-1535 I ip while 10 go down and seven mining.
$6.00 double occupancy 1.1 remain the same. Marines will But, winning this coveted
award takes hours of hard
Entertainment nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge ft Dine at Biser's Seafood see higher prices on nine items many
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms wIth TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic II while five are lowered and 21 work, as Cdr. K. W. Mirise,
Undercover Parking. remain the same. the squadron's skipper, can well

1249.1251 King St. 1 But for Navywomen, who have testify.His'flight crews satisfac-
I Jacksonville, Florida 32204 I the highest priced seabag of all torily completed a set of ASW

SWlmmCln. WANTED the services, prices will rise qualification exercises which
: [
allows a P-3 crew to demon
14 items.
MOTOR drastically on
HQTEL I. USED CAMERAS AND Reductions will affect 14 other strate their proficiency in em

901 Main Street Phone 355.3744 EQUIPMENT.WE PAY items while only one item, the ploying realistic ASW tactics
I TOP DOLLAR.318-$333 I I against submarine targets.
white scarf will be reduced from
Within walking distance to all points of interest. ,
IBRING THIS AD WITH YOUI I, $1.73 to 52 cents. Through this series of exercises

..---- -----.j .which provides..a valid
criteria lor evaluating the
quality and progress of fleet

training programs, they got a
reliable indication of their

SHARE ,ACCOUNTS EARN effective operational incentive readiness for improving and an

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their performance.
5%% DIVIDEND ,

*

'% COMPOUNDED VA says a veteran with a
QUARTERLY
m' permanent plan G.I. insurance
policy over one year old can
l borrow up to t 4 per cent of its
-; Member Share Accounts Insured Up To $20,000 cash value.

3: By The National Credit Union AdministrationNow

Is the time to transfer your savings to the FRIENDLY RELAXED *
credit union. Shares deposited by the 10th of QUIET ATMOSPHERE
fc" each month earn dividends from the 1st of the IIMIIIIMMIMIIIMMIIIIIIMIIMluniMlliii
month. 'IDEALLY LOCATED FOR

CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.

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Take 103rd to Firestone
Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks

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E 384.1391 Tel 387.5622 or Base Ext 2431 772-98U or Base Ext.21S FOREST
Hours:Mon.Frl.10AM.5:30PM: Hours: Mon-Fr'.9AM.' :30PM: Hours: Mon-Frl.I:30AM.3:30PM: : :
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY \ CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING

Publisher : --I, i -,-, L Movie Schedule

JAX AIR NEWS
NAS Jacksonville ;e CALL: 388-2755

Ads Should be mailed to arrive not later than *
LATWINGER.NAS Ads Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
arriving too late for thIs deadline
will
Cecil be
FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE
= published' the following week unless the Friday June 20 and Stefanie Powers. "G" (100
s publisher Is instructed otherwise. A check or NAS: "SON OF FLUBBER" min.)
money! order for the full cost of the ad must be Black and White
received WITH the copy for the ad. Comedy HOSPITAL: "LADY AND THE
4747 San Juan Avenue
Starring Fred MacMurray and TRAMP"

Jacksonville, Florida p?JfjJHillllBlIm: ehrfle lines) M. 0 Nancy Olsen. "G" (102 min.) Monday July 3

line((4 words per line) .so HOSPITAL: "TWENTY NAS: "NIGHT VISITOR"
,
THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER Color Suspense Starring Trevor
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"4 --- # n THE SEA"Saturday
\ n : \ ::: J c Howard and Liv Ullman. "GP"
LOST ,July 1 (106 min.)
EMPLOYMENTJOBSIJOBSIJOBSI Benrus Sealord watch,around NATTC 4 lots, 2 mobile RETIRING NAS: "LADY AND THE HOSPITAL
Center! pool. Reward. 384-7656 homes, 12x60 & 10x50, : "BOATNIKS"Tuesday
2865 Reynolds. or 772- set up for 3rd trailer. Fish pond TRAMP"Color Cartoon, Voice of ,July 4

welding shop, paint shop, gar. A. shed. Peggy Lee. "G" ((76 min.) NAS: "PINK GARTER

Shorthand Secretarys, Dictaphone FURNITURE FOR SALE 20x70. Downtown Live Oak, Fla. HOSPITAL: "SON OF GANG" Color
Operators, Typists! Clerks, Buffet V6S., Colonial Swivel Rocker $18,000 cash. 30 acres Hlway front. FLUBBER" Hillbilly Comedy,
Keypunches. $60, Goosenech Rocker $50.. Car 8- S.W of Lake City $450 per acre. 80 Starring Tanya Morgan and
HIGH PAY NO FEE track stereo $35., Very old China acres V ml. river frontage, hi & Sunday July 2 Sandy Chase. "GP" (84 min.)
Call Norrell Temporary Cabinet $75., Phone 772.1113 or 772- rolling land. $45,000. 3 bdrm. 2 bath, NAS: "BOATNIKS" Color HOSPITAL : "NIGHTVISITORS"
hardwood
396.5371 2243. floors, $15,000.
Call Dot Ledbetter Broker,724 5028 or .Comedy, Starring Robert Morse
DOBERMAN 781 9385.
LADIES, NEED OR WANT AKC,Champion PUPPIES bloodline WANT ADS (Cont.) 64 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL CONV.
APART TIME JOB? .
264.5258SEWINOMACHINE PRESCOTT,ARIZONA 4dr, Inspc. up to dateS brand new ,
An unusual opportunity where you set Offers best climate In the state. tires AC, Call 781-2321 aft. & 4
your own hours, and your effort Historic old ranch developed into 2- 69 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER weekends.

determines your pay. Call Aft. 4:30: 1972 DialAMatic sewing machine, acre homesltes near Prescott St. trans., 4-wheel drive, new eng.,
264 2032. never been used, was Mother's Day National Forest. Two acreas: $19995 starter, & tires. Stereo tape.deck. 690PELGTJMO
layaway and never picked up. Only low terms. For full details write Mrs, $2500. call bet. 8-lpm. and aft. 11pm. Excellent condition, Original owner.
FULL TIME PART TIME SALES $48. balance due. Purchaser left area A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 7711215. $2000. Call 744-1931.
High Commission- Security Field and we are unable to locate. Machine North 7th St., Phoenix 85006.

354.5450LEARN may be purchased for $48. cash or $9. ,

ATRADE per part month.payment.Will take Full older home machinefor trial, no :"- RENTALS Y .ESA L.E P RICES TO ALI.
Start
your Service career business.In the AutomobileTire Career obligations layaway department.. Call 398.1683 ask for --_. V HO

development program, profit sharing ORANGE PARK

plan. See. or call Bob Baehne, Paul BASSAT HOUNDS 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCESNEW .f
Lewis Tire Co. 2430 Standing Blvd. AKC pups, seven weeks old, $75. and Diswasher, Drapes, Carpets '
& USED TV SETS
3875556. $100. 4332 Biddy Lane, West or 772- Elizabeth Apts. 771-1405 or 771.3355.
9053. NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
BE A LoVut LADY ''
Sell completely organic LoVue beauty BEING TRANSFERRED? NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERSAIR

aids, full or part time. And earn full FREE PART SHEPARD PUPS Let a retired Navy man who understands CONDITIONERSHrs.
profit as you train to become a Beauty Will make good watch dogs, call 387. YOUR problems managethe .9 a.m. .7p.m.Come In 81 Browse :; {
Consultant. Call 768-8820 or 7658970. 1163 aft. 4 p.m. rental of your house until you
return to Jax.Bartleson WJSCONNETT FURNJttjKi CO
BOOKKEEPER TRAINEE FOR SALE ,O'Neill 8 Payne, Inc. ,
5pc. Dining rm. set $100. Matching 1147 So. Edgewood Ave. e
Career in Motel-Hotel accounting, }
China$100.Walnut finish.4 Oriental 8. 388-9311
Exec. fringe benefits, call for appt.
Oval Best offer 771.5327 aft 5
rugs.
ORTEGA HILLS WATERFRONT
Mr.OsbornHeartof Jax, 901 Main St.
355.3744. p.m. 3 BR,2 bath house

__- j J j Avail.about July 1
30"X30"FRIGIDAIRE>> RANGE $190. mo. 772.7478
MISCELLANEOUSA $30. Pencrest washing mach. $20. BothIn FURN.APT.

working order, but needs reparl. 3 rm. and bath. Very nice. $115. mo. .
RECORDED MESSAGE BY A 388.0666. Including lights & water. .

LEADING ANNOUNCERTells COLOR TV ANTENNA Louise T. Bailey
you how you may become a UHF-VHF$20. Also2 free kittens 772- Broker 771-3605

DISCJOCKEY 7598. 1 BR. FURN MNy

Call 355-244 any hourVAAPPROVED AC, ww carpet, also 3BR, W bath. 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511 ...
REAL ESTATE"-\ "i AC, ww carpet, comp. furn. Ricker
For Veterans and serviceman Rd. 8. 103rd St. 771-7384. OPEN DAILY8TO8:30-SATURDAY8TO5

f SUNDAY 1 T06 PM
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. CASH 2BR TRAILERPvt.

1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. We buy sell and trade equities. Fenced lot, water furnished' near 71 KARMAN GHIA CONVERTIBLE.AC .
Pick & Available. bases. Couple only $90. 7729839.
up Delivery Louise T. Bailey
Grooming, Defining & Bathing. 771-3605 Broker AM-FM Radio. $2895
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard THREE-70 KARMAN GHIAS.
MOBILE I HOMES .y"
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. NORMANDY ACRES New paint, R&H. $1895. to 52095
4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road -
frontage, Vt to 10 acre tracts.. Land Is JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 71 VW 4-Dr.Sedan, ACATR&H $2895

NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO the best Investment for the future. trailers 1 Qtr. mile and No.apts.of NAS 389-3007., Clean Modern 70 VW SQUAREBACK. AT, R&H $2495
.
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape Other tracts available over Southwest 70 VW FASTBACK. R&H $1795
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate Jacksonville. 66 RITZ CRAFT
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409.. Wynne Realty of Florida 10 x 57, 3BR, Exec. cond., Many ex 69 VW SQUAREBACK. R&H V:: $1995

389-5514 389.8507 1 tras. Call 7719278. TWO-69 VW FASTBACKS.One .

Live CRABS HIDDEN WATERS DISCOUNT DAN'S with AC, AT, R&H $1895 and $1995

Wllford's Fish Camp Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots 10707 Beach Blvd. 70 VW SEDAN. ACR&H,4new
264-9707 available. Excellent fishing boating; See us before you buy your mobile
swimming. Mobile Home area.'High, home. You can pay more elsewhere. white-wall tires. $1895

STEREO COMPONENT wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E.: CONCORD FOUR.69 VW SEDANS.

TAKE UP PAYMENTS Lake Asbury on No. 209, La Rue. 725- 12x60, 2BR, furn., washer & dryer, $1495 to $1595
Brand new, never used, left In lay-a 3992. carpet,Small equity,_assume pmts. of New paint, R&H.
way. Professional turntable, plays all $88. 7633 Wilson Blvd. Lot 49. 7719380. TWO-68 VW SEDANS. R&H, '$1350 and $1395
size records, head phone lack. -
Balance$64.or$9.per month. Call 398- WE BUY* SELL EQUITIESCall NAS-CECIL 66 VW SEDAN.R&H $795
2BR, Cent air, ww carpet, awning &
1683 ask for layaway department. us for quick service. CHEVELLE STATION WAGON.AT
stwg. cab., Private lot. No. pets. 786- 69 .
Morrison I.Taylpr, Inc. '.
4543 Wesconnttt Blvd. 4628. R&H. .iW' $1595
LAWN MOWING& EDGING 771-3052 73703164 6 nUN HOME
call Hart 12x60,2BR,Cent A&H,Awnings, Patio AUSTIN HEALEYtONVERTIBLE.' .
'
771-3211 Ext.8340 cover 1230. ,skirting, Unf., Exec. cond.,771- New paint, R&H. S bf $1295

NEW HOMES
,,3 8 4 BR, 2 baths, Built-in-Range, 71 DOLPHIN '
VW 'WONDERBUG'Customized
70
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER Cetn. Heat, Prices from $19,900., 12x65,2BR2b., Cent Air & Heat, C. U.
Original cost over $200. Looks & runs Terms. Edw. O. Lyon, Broker. 389- financing.Take over pmts. Aft. 12 733-
like brand new. Cash balance W.95,or 0361. 5807. %, with '37 Ford grill, Porsche engine, rolled

$7.50 mo. Rayflelds 7717891. MIDDLEBURG AREA and pleated seats, chrome wheels, R&H. deluxe..

1 Acre Mobile home tracts In Sun- steering wheel, etc.
Mac ALPINE FOR SALE nyslde Farms. Call 2642086. __
Local moving & storage specialist. 3 BR, frame house, w-carpet & utilityrm. NOW ONLY.. $2395 .

Licensed and insured. 355.6357 oi. 354- Cent heat & air. Chain link fence, -: TRANSPORTATION( l

1022 Nights 771.8949.WORMSBIG 2 mi. N. of Green Cove Springs for [ .. .. ..... ,, ,,.., ,, ..
Info. call Robert's Grocery, 284-9777. ee-_ Nice Selection of other Model VW's100GUARANTEE
,FAT t SASSY n KARMANN GHIA
4 to 5" Africans. Bulk 85 cents-100 LOOk, snappy Good mech. cond.
(min. 300) or 55 cents cup. ((50)), Also NEAR NAS ft CECIL Exhause header system. Heater & !
Bedrun (Mixed sizes) 61000. 781- 3BR, w-den, very neat & clean. The new radio. $400. 744 0679.

3774, Normandy Village, 8020 Patou price IS what you'll like. VA$16,500. 62 MERCURY ST.WON, We gave them the VWI6* -point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
Dr. s; Call to see 2144 Lavelle St. 9 pass., Very good cond., $295. 1970 we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed it.
Louise T. Bailey And guaranteed them lOO. ercenf for the repair or replacement of all
FURNITURE UPHOLSTERYFree Suzuki, 125CC Exec cond., $225.772178z -
Broker HI-MM malor mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
_
Pick Up & Delivery. Free -
double check.
Estimates. Satisfaction Guaranteedon CHOPPER 450 HONDA
all..work and material. Call Koblar. 3 UNITS AEE frame 8. springer, Sell or trade ,* ENGINETRANSMISSIONREAR AXLEFRONTAXLE '.
389.0977 or 3552183. NEW-Llve 1 and rent a-Cornp. <'urn-' for small car. 771-0519 aft. 5, or 772- ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEMI
Including air, fenced lot, 210x139', 1 3067.Richocdigrii__
2 PUPPIES blk. off 103rd St.LouI5.T.. S7 RTINA
MIXED
BEAGLES
6 Bailey Low mileage, Clean, AT $550. or best
weeks old. Free to good home. Base 771-3605
Ext. 24J80T2843248GCS. Broker offer. 771-3734.





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Auction SlatedJax I Charter Flights Ruled Out I IJax


The NAS Bargain flights betweenthe and their dependents due-to a new dependents, retirees and their for military charier flights but
Available can
nor
Jacksonville Disposal U. S. and many overseas ruling by the Civil Aeronautics dependents, and DOD civilian not for Space ; without
Facility, located south of vacation spots via military Board. employees and their families dependents use space
the main gate, will hold a charter is a thing of the past for The regulation eliminates from the low cost flights offeredby their sponsor. will also affect
local auctionof and their Shoftour Charters, United The ruling
government millions of military oersonnel stateside servicemen Guard
the National
surplus property, July 12. Service Club and Davis Agency. members of
Following registration at According to Richard Davis, and Reserve units.
7:30 a.m., the auction will "Strafghtlact."lromthe President of Davis Agency, Inc., Military personnel and depen-
begin at 9:00.: Dope ComFair" Drug Awareness Team" "this decision is totally dents stationed abroad will not be
Items for sale are locatedat discriminatory and will have a affected.Of .
the disposal yards at detrimental effect on the moraleof greater importance is the
NAS Jax and Mayport the entire military com foreign policy determination of
Naval Station. The public munity." Davis agency is the the Board that no foreign air
\ is invited to inspect the largest commercial mover of carrier may carry this military
property. OnDope military personnel. charter traffic after October 1.
Everyone may attend the While the CAB ruling does not According to a former CAB attorney *
sale except those under 18 affect Space Available Travel via and general counsel for
w
or anyone connected with b MAC,it will undoubtedly make it the Davis Agency, "the belief
the Defense Property more difficult to make the that we can dictate to Europe
Disposal programs, their Strichnine and belladonna are sometimes added to LSD to popular free trip from Timbuktoo unilaterally that it may not have
agents, employees and strengthen its effect; and since there haven't been any known or around the world. Those affected access to our air traffic is not
immediate families. OD deaths from pure LSD,the probable cause of death would be most by the CAB changewill only chauvinistic but factually in
from these poisons added to LSD. "
.. be widows who are eligible error

Sr I Marine Students PromotedJax I


TIIE 6
Three AO "A" School promoted to their present ranks Corporals Dennis A. Collins and
students were meritoriously upon graduation. They are Lance Donald G.Carter,and PFC Mark

ItOWSIKWtlCOMIO GIFTS Westrich.

*Nautical Charts Outriggers Nautical Wear riif LCpl. Melvin Mickelson was
+Paintt Fish Boxes >Burgee Jackets c=I promoted to his present rank
*Hardware >Skil Table Wear Ivl..UDI
fr Repair Material *Accessories Other Goodies upon graduating from AE Schoolas
SORRy.... the Class Honor Man. Also
WET STORAGE'MARINC HOUTJ-HULL SERVICE'VACHT BROKER
EXPERT ENGINE SEgVICEOUTBOARD. STERN DRIVE. INBOARD promoted were Lance Corporals
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS. MOTORS.CANOES and TRAILERS Martin and Arnold Nor
BUT WE'RE Riley
TEMPORARILY...
SEGRAVES j! .# MARINA sieck of Class 228.

.A ROOSEVELT BlVD at ORTEGA RIVER __ ( SSgt. Fay G. Sanford of
J'CkOii1IIeiodds lumAMIKMI MATSG has been accepted to
Pier 64 Franchised M.roNi.PhoIIt. 3"4M' OPEN SUNDAY C3IiIiI: : compete in the Marine Corps'
BOATS,MOTORS,CANOES: Enlisted Commissioning
.
Thunderbird Starcraft Mfg Troian Grumman T-Craft
OLD7.w. Program (ECP). Sanford is the
second MATSG Marine to be
accepted for the program this
year. LCpl. Dana Eckel will join
Free Dint the same program. Sanford will

Join Class Class 79. 80 and Eckel will be in

...OUT!
SSgt. Irving Auger called it

........HOWEVER,we are planning more quits after 20 years of service.
ofrugIWITH
great homes for you in BELLAIR. The retired Leatherneck was
WATCH FOR OUR FUTURE ANNOUNCEMENTS! assigned at Marine AO Liaison.

Privates First Class David M.
hampoq Conrad and Rick L.Clay,two AE
Clay County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Community!I. "A" School students, were

awarded meritorious masts for
BELL.A.JE&: :: participating in the MATSG

RENTAL I HOME :BXJILDEI: I1STC.: Cross Rifles Drill Team.

Member of National Home Builders Association SSgt. Robert H. Paine, an AE
and Jacksonville Home Builders Associationsns School instructor, has been accepted -
I OFRUGSHAMPOOER I for the Marine Corps
Associate Degree Completion
Program (MADCOP). He will
I I attend school in Pensacola.A .
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CALL I
OPEN SPM L 1C0

: American,Chinese& Polynesian Specialty r
I AND II DINING ROOM TAKE OUT SERVICE

BUY 3 DINNERS AT REGULAR PRICE A Commission Manager
RESERVEYOUR I opportunity Is yours at this
I ....RECIEVE 4th DINNER OF SAME VALUE outstanding Enco location.


I II FREE MAIN AT STATE & UNION

'cv. II

MACHINE II
GOOD ONLY THRU MONTH OF JULY 1972 Benefits:

BRING COUPON r Ir e MODEST NO RENT INVESTMENT
NOW! Ir
WITH YOU I f UTILITIES PAID TRAINING AND LICENSES

V1oUsE PAID BY HUMBLE
NO'EXPERIENCENECESSARY .
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I FOR INFO CALL:

I OF LEE rr Nick Beranek
1r

s- :,' 4't I 4743 Standing Blvd Ph 771.3300 I r 354-8481
I BETWEEN 103rd & MART 1807 ROGERO RD.(ARLINGTON) PHONE 744-6744 AM TO PM,
,I ,. ((Halfway between Arlington Rd.&Merrill Rd.)
/ WI'II b.ClosedIndependence II 744-1124
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f-\ Navy Offers Dental SchoolingJax I



.. The Navy Dental complete their education under opportunity for officer -and

Scholarship Program is a Navy sponsorship.The enlisted men and women to attend
e program for students enrolled in dental school under Navy

.j, .. dental schools approved by the Dental Scholarship sponsorship.If .
American Dental Association to Program provides an excellent
you meet the following basic
<< t qualifications,you may be able to.
.- J _.;" go all the way:
'r" ,",.;t ''r" ::., Navy Defines
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"" .. ::;tr.. ,;! Officer (Active and Inactive)
: 4t l',., .'1. Enlisted (Active and Inactive)
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.. .. ...... .l, ,.'h,:::..,\" .' Early Out United States citizen
/ tI. PolicyJax
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Jo. .
I.) : '... l". Meet physical requirements
( .
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11- .J. "' Unqualified acceptance to an
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../.. '... ."','' ".,. >.(. .' .'iI'i ......i.. .. .' The policy concerning such a transfer cannot be accomplished approved dental schoolIf
\.0<. ;If. I _' OI>..'. ,< _1 : ,.. .... ..l requests for transfers by married she will be
If, >/' 1; V" TJ\; ; _
':' enlisted women for duty with automatically considered for a you are interested and wantto

OPEN HOUSE The men of VP-56 brought their families their husbands has been discharge.If know more, review Supers
squadron home, June 23, for an Open House and picnic to their modified.An a discharge is approved, the Instruction 1520.105A of June 2 in
their return from deployment a month ago. Families celebrating enlisted woman whowants to effective date will not be earlier your Personnel Office and
tour of the squadron's spaces and were able to get a look were at led on a get out of the Navy because she is than six months from the date of submit your application no
P-3C aircraft and the Tactical Support Center at Fleet Air some of the married must first request a no- submission of the written requestand earlier than January 1 to reach

before going on to the picnic at the Skeet Range. There, Wing-11 cost transfer to the homeport or in no case earlier than the the Commander, Navy "
Softball, football, horseshoes and other they enjoyed general area of the duty stationor date of completion of minimum Recruiting Command no later
games.
residence of her husband. If service requirements. than April 1.


I Junior Officers Association Helps Job Seekers I

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Jax A group of former In addition to operating the agencies and similar enterprises.On In a marketing survey con those who have successfully
military officers and enlistedmen computer center the Association the other hand, the member- ducted by the JOA of 200 major assumed major responsibilities

,concerned with the plight of co-sponsors, with the military's owners pay for their own resume firms it was determined that early in their professional

college-educated, non-career "Project Transition" program preparation, duplication, virtually all companies careers. And few, they noted
veterans in finding a job and business and industry, mailing, computer match and responding reported a preference shared the "anti-establishment"
following separation from active educational career seminar "JOA Journal" subscription, for returning veterans as opposedto sentiment too often encounteredon
duty, have announced the for sessions and career conferences currently $12.50 "at cost" their campus counterparts the contemporary college
mation of the Junior Officers' which are planned for military charge. Additionally, the and are willing to pay premium campus.
Association (JOA). installations in the United States management and administrationof salaries to recruit them.

The JOA's first president, and overseas. The company the Association is ac- Although many responses as as Unlike their college campus

David L. Camner, a former army personnel representatives are complished primarily by expected indicated that current counterparts, veterans have no
artillery officer, says that the anxious to have the returning volunteers from its membershipand recruiting requirements were single, effective forum for
non-profit organization'sprimary veterans become a part of from business and industry, low in this soft economy, potential employee and potential
mission is to help the business and industry, an ob- which further reduces the cost of recruiters invariably stressed the employer to find each other and it

239,000 non-career college jective shared by the veterans, operations.The importance of the added is the JOA's intention to providethat
graduate officers and enlistedmen Project Transition Officials and philosophy of not charging maturity of veterans, especially forum.

currently on active duty, re- the JOA The purposes of these companies and having memberspay
establish themselves within the meetings are to educate the their own way and managingthe

civilian community.The returning veterans to the facts organization is responsiblefor D'.K:
::EC
activity Is headquarteredin and realities of the employment the strong motivation of its ,

Stamford, Conn., the site of its market, and at the same time, to members and the overwhelming MOBILE
operation center. They also learn the problems encounteredby support awarded the JOA by HOMES

maintain a counseling and veterans in the employment business and government .." .'
research center on Madison market.In leaders. Since no fees are 12' wide,2 bedroom
Avenue in the heart of New York keeping with the charged to companies, such as is completely furnished
City. organization's non-profit pur- the case with private profit- plus

From the Stamford center the pose, they do not charge employers motivated agencies, the JOA 3595 tax :
their services which already has become a clearing
for ,
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I "tug Affects Sleep 1f'y -' lyI Capt. Retires I


i From Navy Tomorrow '


Jax Captain Vernon L. live in Jacksonville.
Micheel, Chief of Staff, Commander Micheel will be retired
Fleet Air Jacksonville following a 10 ajn. ceremony in
(ComFairJax), will retire from which Capt.John Kennedy will be
the Navy in ceremonies here relieved as commanding officerof
tomorrow. the Naval Air Technical
Micheel, who holds the Navy Training Center (NATTC) here
Cross,second only to the Medal of by Cdr. Arthur Schlofman, for-
Honor,has been in the Navy since mer director of the training
? December 1940. center.
His retirement will end five Kennedy will then be retired
consecutive years of duty in this along with Capt.Joseph McAleer,
area. He commanded the NAS Dental Officer; Cdr. Roy
I I I AC Mayport Naval Station for two Paxson, NATTC executive officer
years before joining the Fleet Air and Capt. Micheel.
Staff in 1969. RAdm. Lawrence R. Gels,
iptNNcheltl He and his wife Jeanne plan to commander of Fleet Air
Jacksonville, will preside at

l : Final. Reports Issued Capt.Capt.Micheel's Thaddeus retirement.T. Coleman,

commanding officer of NAS Cecil
Field, is expected to become
Chief of Staff for ComFalrJax in

On JSavy Relief Drive late July.
Capt. Micheel was on the staffof
., Air Group 10 at Cecil Field in
i The X972' Jacksonville FLEWEAFAC 122 the fall of 1952 and commanded
: Navy Relief Society FASOTRAGRULANT DET Fighter Squadron 43 of NAS
;.,drive stood at JAX 54 Jacksonville and the USS Tarawa
through Monday, June MARBKS JAX 326 the next two years.
according to a statement MARTDJAX 113 During World War II he flew
by the campaign com- MATSGJAX 108 with squadrons off the carriers
NFOJAX 140 USS Enterprise and USS Hornet.
1 ) Suggested objective for the NAMTRADET JAX 105 He served on the staff of the
,which encompassed NAS's USNHJAX 63 Joint Chiefs of Staff before
I Cecil and Glynco and NTC NARF JAX 1,653 coming to Mayport in 1967.
was $52 thousand. NA V AIRRESUNIT JAX 64 The captain is a graduate of the
campaign committee's General Line School and the
NAS JAX
: reads in part: 150 Naval War College and in-
;; NACDISEASE CONTROLJAX structed at the College and the

VRESTRAF AC,BradentonNo NATTC JAX 112 University of Oklahoma as an
117 assistant professor, for the
NAVY FUEL DEPOT JAX 133
CECIL FIELD 129 MARCORPSRECSTAJAX NROTC unit.
ONE 188 136 Along with the Navy Cross,
NAVRECSTAJAX
DET 25 Capt.Micheel holds the Legion of
f'C NROTC JAX U 121
31 N-MCRTCJAX Merit with Combat "V", two
CECIL 106 59 Distinguished Flying Crosses, six
NAVRESTRAFAC Melbourne
? 142 Air Medals,the Presidential Unit
CECIL 122 Citation and the Joint Service
Daytona NFO ORLANDO 190 Commendation Medal.
:
100 USNH ORLANDO 60 Micheel was born in Daven-
MARCORPSRESTRACEN, port,Iowa, and is a 1939 graduateof
VRESTR .'EN, Orlando 110 Iowa State University.The .
No report NAVRESTRACEN,Orlando 100 Micheels have a son and a
Glynco 105 NAVTRACEN ORLANDO 118 daughter Lt. (Jg) Bruce
*:' 100 Micheel, who is serving aboard
?l., 155 RTC ORLANDO 100 the submarine salvage ship USS
AID 135 NAVTRADEVCEN ORLANDO Preserver, and Mrs. James
t''' 170 Gabriel, who is attending the
?' : 118 SERVSCHCOM NTC, University of Florida.
.JAR 144 ORLANDO 133
63 NAVORDTEST UNIT,PATRICKDISCOUNTS \FB 95
JAX 75 J MARCORPSRESTRACEN,
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 17
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Judo Club Competing In RegionalsJax I

-
The NAS Jax Judo Club Matthews,Randy Randall,Bruce year old heavy division, Mike
r had seven out of nine members Matthews, Mike Dickinson, Mike Nardell took second in the 14-year
participating in the Florida Nardell, Ed West and Ronald old light division, Ed West took
American Athletic Union AAU) Anderson. second in the 16-year old heavy
i Junior Olympic Tournament last Cameron Matthews earned the division and Ronald Andersontook
Saturday at the Keystone Heights right to attend the Regionals by third in the 16-year old heavy
Gym qualify to represent the placing second in the 10-year old division.If .
Florida AAU in the Regional heavy division while Randy any of these young men
Olympics. Randall took second in the 12- should win at Fort Lauderdale
Members of the Jax Judo Club year old light division, Bruce they will be declared Florida
who will be competing in the Matthews took first in the 12-year AAU Champions and will go to
JUDO CLUB THANKS C.O. SSgt. Rudolph Singleton Regional Olympics at Fort old heavy division, Mike the Junior Nationals to be held
George Nakamura (farrightpresentedCapt. (L) and Lauderdale in July are Cameron Dickinson took third in the 14- later this summer.
Jax,with a plaque last week In John Kincaid, C.O. NAS ........,. ...L.. . .. ....u.u...... ,._....u......._.._..................... .. _. ....-.---

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appreciation of his rvrr.w:< :xrrwrq plr;v r } S
NAS Ja't Judo Club in which Singleton and Nakamura sponsorship are instructors.Radar of the. r- ; $%

J7 Edges ChokersTo :' JAX SPORTS I


Take Bowling CrownJax : ;

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-The Radar 17 team from 195 for a 608 series that allowed Pilots to
SCHEDULE Room in Bldg. 704. Anyone who 7 5 in a hard fought
Air Ops became the new NAS Jax the Rebels to take
one game. CHANGEDJax was not able to attend the contest held last Saturday. The
Intramural Bowling Champs last Deremer of the Chokers had a 584 The intramural softball meeting but would like to enter a game was scoreless until the fifth .
week by taking a four game set with a 224 game. team is asked to call the athletic
games scheduled to be played on inning when both teams added
sweep from the Evildoers of July 3 have been rescheduled foe office at Ext. 3239 as soon as tallies, but the winning margin
FAW-11 to finish with
an 11-5 Also on Thursday, the July 10 due to the July 4 holiday. possible. proved to be a two run homerunby
record.
Evildoers kept the Woodpeckersout Paul Spruill in the sixth inning
Reacock led the Radar 17 teamto BOWLING MEETINGJax VP-45's PILOT-NFO
of third place by four
splitting .. Dave Swift turned in a
the sweep on Wednesday with a games. This left the Woodpeckers An organizational SOFTBALL GAME
570 set that included a 216 meeting for the upcoming Intramural winning performance as pitcherand
game. with
a 7-9 record
compared Jax VP-45's Naval Flight John Bowers
Bowling was charged
season was
Linsenmayer backed his
up to the Evildoers 8-8 record.
Officers defeated the squadron's with the loss.
teammates performance with a held yesterday at the Conference
236 game and a 565 series.
The Rebels of NDRC and the NIMNICHT BBL7i1i7COMPAN
Woodpeckers No. 1 team of VP-49
fought each other Wednesday to
see who would hold down the
bottom spot in the standings. The
result was a 2-2 split, giving the
Woodpeckers a 5-7 record and the
Rebles a 3-9 record. Carper of the E SALE
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set and a 223 game.
On Thursday, Radar 17 had to

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CECIL SPORTS ;i ia.w



by DTC J. D. Brewtter F



SOFTBALL,
As expected, the capricious Mitchem took the loss. VC-2 June on the football field. In the 44
whims of Miss Agnes put a tallied 10 counters in a wild 3rd event of liquid sunshine,,
serious crimp in the softball inning. practice will be held in the station !
schedule last week, Two fastpitchand 1st round champions VA-12 gym. Jim has emphatically
three slowpitch games blanked the Marines 15-0 on a 1 pointed out that ALL positions
comprised the entire schedule. hit performance ((1 hit accordingto are OPEN. Interested active duty
; FASTPITCH: After absorbing a the scorebook) by Ward. The personnel stationed at Cecil Field
22-8 drubbing at the hands of sole safety was recorded by are requested to bring their shoes
Medical last week, AIMD turned McQuaig in the 3rd inning. VA-12 and gloves..Following the long ::1
the tables on their tormentorsand put the game away in the 1st 4th of July holiday, practice and :
blanked the corpsmen 10-0. inning when 8 runs dented the scheduled games will commence
Dale Howard was the winning plate. The Marines' usual stingy in earnest..Dale Howard, the d _
pitcher. defense collapsed in the opening slim chucker for AIMD wants to
Admin was unable to field nine round. Everett, Grant and thank his teammates for their
warm bodies by game time, and Favata had 2 hits for VA12. errorless play and lusty hitting Ceremonies held at Attack Squadron FORTY SIX aboard USS JohnF.
as a result were obliged to forgeitto bowling against Medical last week. To the Kennedy (CVA-67)).
VA-45. MONDAY EVENING: Ex- strains of the Anvil Chorus, Dale In the back row is ATC J. G. SULLIVAN who reenllsted for two years
and has lust recently reported to the Clansmen. Center CDR. Dale
SLOWPITCH:: The Marines cellent individual performanceswere now croons: WHat A Difference
b rebounded from the shock of a 5 turned in by William Carter A Day Makes!I" LEWEY, Commanding Officer of ATKRON FORTY SIX. W01 W. B. I
run !inning outburst by VA-174, ((559, 203-184-170)); Dave Silver JOHNNY X>NU a ateeCtlMrQi DOBSON was promoted to Warrant Officer and will be detachhing in
to turn back the 'Hellrazors' 159. ((553,207-182-164)); Beau Beaudry u July to ATKRON EIGHTY SEVEN.In .
Brown stroked a homer and had a (551, 180-190-181)); Leroy the front row YN2 M. R. LANGE and ADJ2 H. V. WATKINS were
the ((537 advanced as results from the February 1972 exams.
perfect 5.5 at plate. Lightley, 197-179-161)); '
Donaldson and McQuaig had four Horace Hamby (520, 181-172-167)); '5 t' ]I
hits, Wilhite and winning pitcher Thompson, ((512, 197.179)); Angel
Simmons 3 each, while, Tinsley, David ((508, 190.179)); Roy J
Rosepelier and Fulmer each Couliette, ((508, 201.178))) and ":,,,:,,\1> ... < ,
chipped in with 2 hits. Alexanderalso Donald Hoover ((504, 186-165)). ( :' "
had a homer for the Marines. Ron Gates rolled a 210 game. iff I II'' 1 lrJllIDI I In
VC-2 took the measure of The first 3 slots in the league
f
Weapons 189. The 'Dragonflyers' standings are occupied by
received a 4 hit performance Special Service No. 1 with a 31-5 ._ .'-
from Craig; Freeman and record; Supply 27-9 and Weapons -

J McKean 3 hits apiece and Pharr No. 2, 2511. "Sarge, you not only need a
two. Woodward, Schultz, Moran Coach Jim Lee of the Cecil Field more demanding voice you
and McCoy rapped out 2 hitseachfor Raider softball team has could use a new image. Have
Weapons. Allen and Roberts scheduled a workout for you conaidered, growing a
<< worked on the rubber for VC-2, prospective fastpitch softball Afro?"
I with Allen gathering in the win. players at 1900 on Thursday, 29 Flying Club's New Clubhouse
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LOOK.0St0VNttO'MlufAK'l.! eteARANci' '! ( ) bright The Navy Jax


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new techniques .
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In psychiatrist treatment pro- celebrate the acquisition of its will take place as follows..
grams which are authorized new clubhouse with an open 0800 Reduced rates on all
CIIAMPUS benefits family house to be held Saturday July 9, aircraft for members flying
members and substitute family 1972 from 08001800. The event through out the day.
members who in their
own will take place at Herlong Field 1000 Plane rides for Mom and
right are not eligible for CHAM-
located at the intersection of the Kids 50c each.
PUS benefits
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diagnostic and treatment pro- Herlong Road and Normandy 1230-1600 Free Hamburgers,
grams if, in the judgment of Boulevard. Hot Dogs, and drinks for mem-
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 19

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I (M) Boating! Bits Fliers Slug It Out With PatrickJax I


. J>yJohnLandrvA
The Jax Navy Fliers charged with and Patrick came Tenhagen then got the next three
tangled with the Patrick Air out the winner with only nine hits men to go down in order to get out
TIPS ON SAILING centrate on control. Force Base team last weekendand 98. of the Inning.
Reefing. The afternoon Holler Reefing. Roller the result was a real] slugfest.
thundershower will reefing The Fliers almost pulled it out Bob Dombroski imitated
soon has become
summer very popular and has The Fliers bombarded the Montemayor's first Inning feat by
regular feature on the St. the of the bag as they were behind 8-2
be a should advantage of being able to Patrick pitchers for 45 hits in four going into the top of the seventh leading off the second inning witha
maybe we give reef the
Johns so main to any desired size. games but sill managed to win inning when they came up with homerun of this own. The
them some thought in advance. The gooseneck is swiveled so you only two out of the four game six runs. Jim Boyette, Tom Fliers scored another run in the
will be almost
storms
These an can roll the boom and wrap the series as errors cost them the Carithers and Steve Young hit third while Patrick was scoringtwo
daily feature and will be ac- main around it just like a window other two games. consecutive singles to start off in the second and one in the

companied by high winds. They shade. The large boats are likely the inning. Bob Dombroski then third to tie it up at 3-3. Tom
will suddenly and can be to have Bob Dombroski got the first of
appear geared roller
reefing, Tenhagen took from there
I hit a triple to bring them all hometo over as
his
very disconcerting if you're especially if the owner is rich. four RBIs in Friday's first he '
close the gap to 8-5. Dave held Patrick to one hit and no
caught with too much sail. On the You game with a sacrifice that scoreda
merely insert a crank into
a Dufner struckout for the first out runs in the last four Innings while
other hand, it's a shame to avoid fitting on the run and set up a two-run double
gooseneck and of the inning, but Terry Tucker his teammates were scoring two
on an otherwise fine day crank the by Dave Dufner that gave the
sailing boom around until
the and Cliff Murray hit back to back more runs for a 5-3 win.
just because of the possibility sail is shortened Fliers a quick 3-0 lead in the first
might get caught in a short Most of appropriately. inning. The Fliers kept up the singles, Tucker's scoring Errors came back to plague the
you us, though,have to put up Dombroski, to keep the threat Fliers in Saturday's second
they set for themselves in gameas
If reef pace
storm. you can your main with manual roller
reefing.
these the first inning as they went on to going. Tom Dooley then they got nine hits and six runs
storms
rapidly underway While the end
results are great, struckout for the second out of the but committed five errors in one
will be much easier to ride out getting there can be hectic. You pound out 12 hits and score at inning. Gil Montemayor tied the Inning allowing eight Patrick
and can stay out in safety to have to least one run in every inning
force the
you boom aft out of with double but
game up a was players to cross the plate in the
except the fifth for an 11-8 win.
the rest of the day.Fisherman' the
enjoy gooseneck swivel locking out trying to to third to end the
The Patrick team made it close go fifth. As a result the Fliers fell 11- 1r
Reef. This is the device and hold it there while Inning and the threat. Patrick
you with 6 and dropped their record to 10-
four runs in the bottom of the
simplest and fastest reef roll the boom, ease the halyard, 'then scored the winning run in the
available. Just ease the main tend the jib and control the boat! seventh. bottom half of the inning when the 14.Bob Dombroski's bat continuedto

sheet thereby moving the centerof After trying it in a blow a few Bob Dombroski the Fliers lead-off man reached on an error blaze for the only bright spot in
drive further aft on the main. times I became convinced there with a perfect three for three with and scored on a double. the game as he got his second
This causes the main to luff and had to be a better way. There ist 1 four RBIs. Steve Young went two homerun of the series with two

reduces the heeling pressures.The for three and Cliff Murray two for Gil Montemayor made men on in the seventh inning. lIe
further you ease, the largerthe Jiffy Reef. This seems to be the four with a double sure that he would get to third in also collected a triple and a single

luff and therefore the more easiest, cheapest and fastest way In the second game on Friday .Saturday's first game when he making him 11 for 16 with 11 RBIs
reduced is the driving force of the to shorten the main, yet night the Fliers pounded out 14 lead off the game with a for the four game series.
sail. Although this is fast and available. You need two cheek hits and scored eight runs but homerun. Patrick threatened to Next week the Fliers will travelto

easy you may find yourself in blocks, two cleats, one eye strap that wasn't enough to offset the tie the game in their half of the NAS Glynco to defend their
very high winds with the main and a few feet of braided line. five errors, two passed balls and inning when the first three bat 1971 title in the Glynco Invitational
completely luffed and sailing on Two grommets are sewn into the two hit batsmen they were ters reached base. Tom Tournament.
the jib alone. This reduces your sail about two feet up from the
directional control as you will not boom at the luff and the leach.

be able to point nearly as high. Near the clew a line is bent on to

Your helm will also be less the eye strap on the boom and fed '.

responsive because the driving up through the grommet and .' ,,: : .' ,
force is so far forward. down to the cheek block on the f /r ': t "

Reefing Ties. These are the other side of the boom oppositethe ; : ... .' .>.
rows of straps you sometimes see eye strap. From there it ;. ',i-. .';o,\ .<. : .;, .
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sewn into the main parallel to the leads forward to a cleat on the .' : ;:' ':f'
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boom. One or two rows is most boom somewhere within easy '.. ,1' :t''h) ," :
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common. You ease the main reach of the main halyard. A 4i ,
halyard and tie' these straps similar line is bent to the tack IfS Yl ;,t

around the boom in succeedingrows fitting and fed up through the luff .
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until you have shortened the grommet, down to a cheek blockon ., :
sail to the desired size for the the other side of the boom and 'h ','.. "
wind. This is very effective but back to a cleat near the other one
will require you to come into the mentioned above. The helmsmaneases
wind to get the,boom into the boatso the mainsheet while the
you can reach all the reef crewman pulls in the leach reef
points. It also requires a line and cleats it when the leach

crewman with about six arms to grommet is brought down to the ....
get the job done while you con- boom. Then with one hand he

eases the halyard while pulling in '",'
the luff reef line with the other.
When the luff grommet is fast on 1

HOULERADIO the boom he cleats that line and 4;&: :
then properly tensions the main
& TV halyard and fastens it down. The ..'

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