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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: September 28, 1972
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Jax Fourteen commands here including NAS Jax are among 27 in the area
which have achieved one hundred or more percent of their suggested goal after
two weeks of the Combined Federal Campaign, according to a statement issued

Monday by campaign headquarters.;
Marine Barracks here continues to set the overall pace with 320 percent.
Other commands here topping their suggested mark are:
Fleet Air Wing 11 Staff 204 percent; Disease Vector and Ecology Control

Center 180 percent; VW-4 170 percent; NAMTD, 166 percent; NATTC, 143
percent; MATSG 138 percent; COMFAIRJAX and VP-56,131 percent.
d4 Also, Air Force 679th Radar Squadron, 130 percent; NAS Jax, 125 percent; VP-
45,122 percent; and CVWR-20 and MARTD 120 percent.
Navy Disease Vector and Ecology Control Center, VP-56, NAS Jax and CVWR-
20 surpassed their goals in the second week of the drive while the others passedthe
100 percent mark in the campaign's opening week.

VC-2 from Cecil Field is second overall with 239 percent. Other Cecil Field

commands meeting or topping their goals include Marine Barracks at 231 per-

cent; VA-95194; percent; Light Attack Air Wing One Staff, 188 percent; VA-83,
146 percent and V VA-12 100 percent.

MEETING THEIR GOAL W01 F. A. Drajna, CFCSub.Chalrman The NROTC unit at Jacksonville University has given 234 percent, third in the
for AE Schools, presents Capt. William Carrier, Jr., NATTC CO, with overall standings. The Navy-Marine Corps Reserve Training'' Center has con
pledge cards representing 120 percent of their goal. NATTC met the tributed 218 percent and the Marine 4th AmTrack Reserve Batallion is at 153
100 percent figure within the first four days of the fund drive. percent.

The staff of Destroyer Squadron leads Mayport commands with 174 percent,
followed by the Supervisor of Shipbuilding Conversion and Repair, 147 percent,
'Prepare or Die' ; USS YOSEMITE 139 percent; and the Fleet Training Center 106 percent.



Navy Air TodayJax 'J I N"E"WIr


"Prepare or Die", a years past was a matter of days, irn linn rm.r,7UlULLLU I
colorful, factual and realistic weeks, even months. "Today," HUI'''::JTITUJJHjllllH
film of the Atlantic Fleet's he concludes, "it's a matter of VOL. 30 NO. 28 Published In The Interest Personnel of Naval Air Station Jacksonville SEPTEMBER 28, 1972
carrier-based light attack force minutes..."
from Cecil Field is to be aired at Accordingly, Walt Murr,
10:30: p.m., Sunday, Oct. 8, on retired Marine and WTLV 'Widow
WTLV-TV.Channel 12, here. newsman who produced the Equity' SignedJax
The thirty minute film, which show,titled the film,"Prepare or
was produced with the Navy's Die."
support, features the "Ram- "Prepare or Die" takes the
pagers" of Cecil Field's Attack viewer into the pilot's ready roomas The "Widow Equity Bill" has been signed into law by President Nixon
Squadron 83, which is currently a typical training day begins.It and, according to the Commander-in-Chief it is a "much improved system"
aboard the carrier Forrestal to the the
moves runway as
which he said was. gratifying to approve.
preparing to deploy. Corsair's hurtle into the sky and
The film was first aired on follows the sleek jets to President Nixon said new and Protection for widows Is present at the signing ceremony.
WTLV in February,but is being Pinecastle where the planes higher benefits will be paid for a automatic unless the serviceman After signing the bill,President
rebroadcast in observance of the break formation to roar onto the combination of federal outlaysand declines to join before he retires. Nixon said that the new Survivor
Navy's 197th birthday to be unique target with bombs, individual contributions. Eligible to participate are Benefits Bill establishes com-
celebrated this year on Oct. 13, rockets and 20mm canon fire. 900,000 persons already retired, parable survivor benefits for the
the day in 1775 when the Con- Pinecastle,located in the Ocala *;vY.t::\::}:}:ti3vtivrYti\i\SajSK\si5yh:::: ::::::::::::::::;:::: :::: :': :: \ :}\Yj{:}: 't\' including those under the old planas 'military federal employee, justas
tinential Congress authorized National Forest, is the only well as those who retire from military pay increases have
construction of ships for an target on the East Coast where FreeMovie the military services in the made military and civilian pay
American Navy and thus live ordnance may be expended.It future. closer.
brought into being the United is used by regular and reserve The Fleet Reserve Associationhad
States Navy. Navy, Marine and Air Force been an active supporter of For Iditional information on
Navy Day had been celebratedon pilots throughout the the new legislation and two the law, see last week's Jax Air
Oct. 27 since 1922. The day southeastern United States. All members of the FRA were News.QUESTIONS .
was chosen because October was Atlantic Fleet attack carriers
the month the Continential I and various Air National Guard
Congress authorized the first units use the facilities regularly,
ships for a navy and the 27th is too. Jax-Two free showingsof
'1 the birthday of President The Navy is an integral part of the Navy's new film
Theodore Roosevelt, who en- the Jacksonville community and titled "SPECIAL
couraged establishment of the provides a healthy,yearly shot in BREED" will be open to
Navy League in 1902. the area's economic armthe, film
VA-83 is one of 12 A7 Corsair II points out. all active and retired Navy
) light attack jet aircraft More importantly, the film personnel and their aF
squadrons at Cecil Field which submits, the Navy in Jackson- families on Tuesday Oct.
deploy,on a rotational basis with ville and most,specifically the 3, and Thursday Oct. 5. 4;
Atlantic Fleet attack carriers' light attack community at Cecil
Between deployments, the Field -is an important and very _
squadrons follow a rigorous, necessary link in our national The Tuesday showingwill
round the clock training cycle to defense. begin at 11:30: a.m. in
ensure complete and fulltime the auditorium Room 24, 3
,( preparedness.In Howard Kelley of WTLV News Hangar 1000. 4
the filmCaptainD.F. Mow, marrates the show. Ground ,., t
Commander of the Light Attack footage is by Pat and Walt Murr.
Wing at Cecil''' Field, notes that Aerials are by PHCS Boyd Spandof The Thursday showingwill 1 4
reaction to military aggression in Cecil Field. begin at 11:30: a.m. in j

the Naval Hospital

Runoff Election Theatre Building H-2009. < r, ---

The film deals with
and with AND ANSWERS on Navy Relief are the order of the day
life begins a
Navy
< Oct. 3 at an orientation coffee hosted by Mrs. William G. Siiemore, wife of
Birthday
special Navy the HAS Jax CO, to honor the various Navy Relief command
message by Admiral ElmoR. representatives. There will be a mini-course on Navy Relief Oct.2-4
Let Your Voice Be Heard Zumwalt, Jr., Chief of from 9 a.m.until noon in the Navy Relief Building. To sign up,call 772-
Naval Operations. 3515 or 7780353.

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Choice of Luncheon Meat or Pork DINNER Cream of Potato Soup, -.t

Sausage, Hash Brown Potatoes, Stuffed Pork Chops, Brown Gravy,
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.f ." Pastry Bar.BRUNCHi. Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Apple Sauce, An intrauterine device (IUD)
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Baked Beans, Salad Bar, Lemon Strawberry Cream Pie, Bread Pud
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SUPPERs Baked Virginia Ham, SANDWICH LINE Chili Dogs, Potato family planning provision of the
Friday,Sept if Beans, Buttered Corn, Salad Bar,
Pineapple & Raisin Sauce, Chips Salad Bar,
Whipped Chopped Onions, CIIAMPUS.
BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Chilled Easy Chocolate Cake, Baked Custard.
Potatoes, Candied Sweet Potatoes, Dessert Bar.SUPPERi .
Grapefruit Juice, Fried Egg to Or. Saturday,Sept.30
Boiled Carrots, Seasoned
der,Minced Beef on Toast, Brussel Italian Spaghetti w-Meat
LyonnaisePotatoes BREAKFAST) Hot Oatmeal, Chilled
Sprouts, Salad Bar, Apple Dilly Cake, Sauce or Ravioli, Garlic Bread,
Choice of Luncheon
Meat ,
or Apricots Fried Eggs to Order,Grilled
Butterscotch Pudding. Parmesan Cheese, Pizza Pie,
Pork Sausage, Pastry Bar. Hot Cakes, Choice of Ham or Bacon, But.
Monday,Oct.2 tered Brussels Sprouts, Salad Bar,
DINNER Oyster Stew, Seafood Chilled Orange Juice, Pastry Bar.
BREAKFAST Chilled PineappleJuice Easy Chocolate Cake, Bread
Platter of Fried Shrimp, Flounder, BRUNCH at 10 am. Navy Bean Pudding
Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Thursday,Oct.S
Fried Scallops or Chili Con Carne,
,
Soup Grilled Cheeseburgers, French rn wffrnW
Order, French Toast
Syrup, Choiceof BREAKFAST Chilled
Apple Juice,
Steamed Rice,
Buttered Beets, Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Peach
Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Hot Oatmeal,
Baked Fried Eggs to
Order,
Buttered Peas, Salad
Bar, Assorted Pie, Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Beans, Pastry Bar. Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice of
Fruit Tarts, Hermits.
SUPPER Yank. Pot Roast Beef,
DINNER Vegetable Soup, Yankee Ham or PorkSausage.Creamed Dried $
SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salad Natural ,
or Gravy Franconla Potatoes,
Pot Roast of Beef
Natural Gravy, Beef, Pastry Bar.
Grilled Hamburgers, Frankfurters, Fried Cabbage, Seasoned Llm.B"I .
Franconla Potatoes, Seasoned June DINNER French Onion Soup ,NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Harvard Beets, Salad Bar,
Dessert BarSUPPfRi Peas, Hot Spiced Beets, Salad Bar, Steamship Round of Beef, Natural
Iced Lemon Cake, Pineapple
Pudding.
Breaded Pork Chops or Apple Pie, Cherry Jello. Gravy, Simmered Navy Beans,
lund.yOc..1
Grilled SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on Whipped Potatoes, Buttered Peas, Sunday
Cheese Sandwiches, Brown BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Chilled
Hamburger Buns, French Salad Bar,
Fried Marble Cake, Lime Jello.
Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to Order,
Potatoes, Salad Bar, Relish Tray, SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham & Divine Worship 8:30 a.m.
Chilled Apple Sauce, Seasoned Green Grilled French Toast Maple Syrup
Dessert Bar.SUPPER Cheese Sandwiches, Potato ,Chips, at All Saints Chapel. ;
I. .1 i ChlllConCarne "Beans or Salad Bar, Relish; TraV Church School::3 ,a.m. = I, ; (

Fried Fish Sticks Steamed Rice, SUPPER, Barbecued* Spareribs, Divine Worship/ \l' a'n>.at'; :
AIR Tartar Sauce, Augratln Asparagus, Baked Frankfurters w-Sauerkraut, All Saints Chapel..

JJ\X; Na1lVs Buttered Corn, Salad Bar,. Vanilla. O'Brien Potatoes, Buttered Squash, Junior Youth Fellowship

Wafers, Cherry Jello.Tuesday Seasoned Spinach, Salad Bar, Apple 12:30 p.m. Senior Youth

,Oct.3 Brownie Cookies, Marble Cake Fellowship 1:30 p.m.
The JAX AIR NEWS U a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato Juice, Evening

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order, p.m. at the Worship Small Chapel.7:30,

Jacksonville/ Florida, by the ''Holt Publdhlrig 'Company, a Griddle Cakesw.Syrup,Choice of Hamor t ( .
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private firm. All Copy lubniltted for use In1 the JAX AIR NEWS I ;Pork Sausage, Corned Beef Hash., l Tuesday If 1
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mutt forwarded to the Public A//alr Office, Box 2, HAS Hard Boiled Eggs, Pastry Bar. Senior Choir Rehearsal 7- f ..'
DINNER Chicken Rice Soup, Oven p.m. at
Bldg. 750 and '!"
Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before publication. Newt Fried Chicken, Cream Gravy, Christian Science Service

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3116 or Snowflake Potatoes, Cranberry GOLLY BUMPS I p.m at, the Small Chapel.

3119, Sauce, Corn Bread Dressing, Boiled I'VE FORGOTTEN NAVAL HOSPITAL '

Blackeyed Peas, Buttered Greens, ;
THEpeADLJNB :
Divine Worship 10 a.m. at
"Everything advertised In this publication mutt be made Salad Bar, Jelly Layer Cake, GtOR A8ENTEE St. Luke ,

available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, Chocolate SANDWICH Pudding. VOTER NATTCProtestant '
LINE Grilled
Hamburgers
creed, color, national origin or tex of the purchaser, user, or or Cheeseburgers, French REC3ISTCL T/ON/ Worship :

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection 01 this policy of equal Fried Potatoes, Sliced Tomatoes, Service, 10:30 a.m. In.

opportunities by an advertiser will remit In the refusal to print Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles, Building 500.

advertising from that source." Mustard, Salad Dressing.

SUPPER Fried Shrimp or Fried CATHOLICSaturday

Ham Steaks, Parsley Buttered
Advertisements are solicited by: the publisher and queries Potatoes, Seasoned Green Beans, Mass S p.m. at

concerning' such should be directed to: Fried Cabbage, Cocktail Sauce, Salad St. Edward's Chapel.
Sunday Mass a.m. and 11

Bar, Jelly Layer Cake, Chocolate
a.m. Dally Mass
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THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY
Pudding. Tuesday, Thursday and _
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Wednesday,Oct.4 Frlday-11:30 a.m. Wednesday
BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Juice, Mass 11:30: a.m. at
Telephone 388.2155 Hot Farina, Fried Eggs to Order, the Naval Hospital Chapel.

French Toast Syrup, Choice of Saturday Confessions 4:15:
VOL 30 NO. 28 SEPTEMBER 28, 1972 Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Baked and 5 p.m.PAGE .

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House Declares War New Sgts.


On 'Grade Creep' At MARTDJax


Jax-The armed services have been told to slow down
promotions to end "grade creep." MARTD acquiredfour
new sergeants
The order came from the House creased at a much greater rate. recently Lt.Col C. F.
Appropriations Committee, The number of Marine Corps
MARTD CO
which made what it called "token generals increased from 60 to 72 Bergstrom, ,
reductions" of $12 million from and 33 colonels were added, as held 1 promotion
the Army, $10 million each from were 119 lieutenant colonels and ceremonies.
the Navy and Air Force and $3 nearly 600 majors. The numberof Moving up the rank

million from the Marine Corps 1st and 2nd lieutenants ladder were Sgts. GeorgeW.
for funds.If decreased.
requests personnel
Woods Carl W.
promotions are not held E-9's doubled during the ,
down, the committee said in its period other top enlisted men Steinback, Stanley G.
report accompanying this year's increased considerably, while Newsom and Geoffrey L.

Defense money bill, it will "give the number of PFCs, privatesand '1t Bayers.
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serious consideration" to lance corporals dropped by

establishing specific limits oneach 10,000. THE RIBBON FLIES as Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, itft *
officer and enlisted grade The Reason cuts the ribbon to officially open the new Navy Exchange Express
next year. The main reason for this grade Store. Watching the proceedings are Polly Gonyon,Manager of the Alcohol requires no digestion.It .
The Committee cited 1964 and creep, the Appropriations newly opened store, Mrs. Sizemore, Lt. David C.Jenkins, Assistant is quickly absorbed from the
present grade com paris ions Committee said, "is that Exchange Officer, and Cdr., Donald F. Springer, Exchange Officer stomach and small Intestines.
similar to those used this springby technical sophistication has
a House Armed Services created a demand for higher
subcommittee on manpower. skilled individuals who cannot be
Today's 2.4 million man force, retained at lower grades."
the Appropriations Committeesaid On the other hand, the Com POW 1M lA'sL

has more three and four mittee's report also said lower
star generals and admirals than ranked personnel, for the most

there were under arms in World part, maintain and operate the ._
War II.The complex weapons systems.The .
increase in grade levels report also said recent pay
since the last "pre-war" year of raises have eliminated the

1964, the committee said, costs argument that rapid promotionswere / / ,
about $1.3 billion this year. necessary because com-
The Navy was about 10 percent pensation was inadequate.The .
bigger in 1964,the report said, but committee warned the r/ 1
it now has nine more vice admirals services that they should not
four more rear admiralsand come back to Congress to fund .
about 400 more captains and excess high ranking officers "If II
commanders, while the numberof projected retirements do not
ensigns and lieutenantsjunlorgrade ( materialize," the report said, 0i
) declined by 10,000.It "immediate stops must be takento
also said that while the Navy reduce promotions."

E-9's and E-8's increased by 2300, The Army wants six more '."
the lowest three grades,dropped three-star generals positions
by 48,000 men. funded this year, in addition to
The Marine Corps now is the 44 lieutenant generals it

about 8000 men larger than it was already has. The committee .
in 1964, the committee said, but deleted $150,000 needed to fund ,'.< MLM.
its hip!her-ranked personnel in* four of the six new posts.




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I Pastry Bar.BRUNCHr. Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Apple Sauce, An intrauterine device (IUD)

r:! 'iil.iii!; ,1 ;BI_ i 11"iili jllw.I!! I Macaroni Baked Beans French Corn Salad Chowder Fried Potatoes, Chill Tomato Seasoned Mixed Gumbo Vegetables, Salad, Okra Bar&, dered for contraceptive by a physician purposes is, or-an

Bar, Lemon Strawberry Cream Pie, Bread Pud
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Friday, Sept. 29 Beans, Buttered Corn, Salad Bar, SUPPER Baked Virginia Ham SANDWICH LINE Chili Dogs, Potato! family planning provision of the
BREAKFAST! Hominy Grits Chilled Easy Chocolate Cake Baked Custard. Pineapple 8. Raisin Sauce, Whipped Chips Salad Bar, Chopped Onions, CIIAMPUS.
Potatoes Candied Sweet Dessert Bar.SUPPERi ,
Grapefruit Juice Fried Eggs to Or. Saturday, Sept.30 Potatoes
der Minced Beef on Toast, Lyonnalse BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Chilled Boiled Carrots Seasoned Brussel Italian Spaghetti w-Meat
Sprouts Salad Bar, Apple Dilly Cake, Sauce or Ravioli,
Garlic
Bread
Potatoes Choice of Luncheon Meat or Apricots Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled
Pork Sausage Pastry Bar. Hot Cakes Choice of Ham or Bacon, Butterscotch Pudding. Parmesan Cheese, Pizza Pie Buttered r
DINNER Monday,Oct. 2 Brussels Sprouts Salad Bar,
Oyster Stew, Seafood Chilled Orange Juice Pastry Bar.
Platter of Fried Shrimp Flounder, BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Navy Bean BREAKFAST! Chilled PineappleJuice Easy Chocolate Cake Bread Pudding,
Fried Scallops or Chili Con Carne Soup Grilled Cheeseburgers French Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Thursday,Oct. S
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Order, French Toast w-Syrup, Choiceof BREAKFAST Chilled w ODU
Steamed Rice, Buttered Beets Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans Peach Apple Juice
Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Baked Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Order
Buttered Peas Salad Bar, Assorted Pie Chocolate Chip Cookies. ,
Beans Pastry Bar. Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice of
Fruit Tarts Hermits. SUPPER Yankee Pot Roast Beef
DINNER! Vegetable Soup YankeePot Ham or rnw
PorkSausageCreamed
SANDWICH LINE Dried
Chicken Salad or Natural Gravy, Franconla Potatoes
Grilled Hamburgers, Frankfurters Fried Cabbage Seasoned Lima Roast of Beef Natural Gravy, Beef, Pastry.Bar.
French Fried Potatoes Baked Beans, Beans, Harvard Beets, Salad Bar, Franconla Potatoes, Seasoned June DINNER French Onion Soup NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Peas, Hot Spiced Beets, Salad Bar, Steamship
Dessert Bar.SUPPER' Iced Lemon. Cake, Pineapple Pudding. Round of Beef, Natural
Apple Pie Cherry Jello.
Gravy, Simmered
Breaded Pork Chops or SundayOct.1BREAKFASTr Navy Beans,
Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Brown Hominy Grits, Chilled SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on Whipped Potatoes, Buttered Peas, Sunday
Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Hamburger Buns French Fried Salad Bar, Marble Cake, Lime Jello.
Chilled Apple Sauce Seasoned Green Grilled French Toast Maple Syrup Potatoes Salad Bar, Relish Tray, SANDWICH LINES Grilled Ham & Divine Worship 8:30 a.m.
Dessert Bar. Cheese Sandwiches, Potato. \Chlps,> at All Saints Chapel.
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SUPPER! ChillConCarne. w-Beans orFried Sajad Bar, Rellshj Tray>.,' : : Church Schooj; : .
Fish Sticks Steamed Rice SIPPER, : Barbecued Spareribs' Divine Worship' \ihs.nn.{ at |;
JTAX AIR NEWS Tartar Sauce Augratln Asparagus, Baked Frankfurters'wSauerkraut, All Saints Chapel. '
Buttered Corn Salad Bar, Vanilla O'Brien Potatoes, Buttered Squash Junior Youth Fellowship
Wafers, Cherry Jello.Tuesday Seasoned Spinach, Salad Bar, Apple 1J:30 p.m. Senior. Youth
,Oct.3 Brownie Cookies, Marble Cake. Fellowship 1:30 .
The JAX AIR NEWS It a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper BREAKFASTS Chilled Tomato Juice, p.m.

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station Hominy Grits Fried Eggs to Order, I p.m.Evening at the Worship Small 7:30:
Jacksonville, Florida by the ''Holt Publishing 'Company, a Griddle Cak.sw.Syrup. Choice of Ham 1 1' (t' t. t I Chapel. '
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In'the JAX AIR NEWS i, 'or'Pork Sausage, Corned Beef Hash. I I'' i th I Tuesday i i !, ;I
Public NAS' ,Hard Boiled Eggs, Pastry'' Bar. JIll Senior I
must be forwarded to the Affairs Office, Box 2, Choir Rehearsal 7
DINNER Chicken Rice Soup Oven p.m. at Bldg. 750
Jacksonville by 12:09 noon on Monday before publication. News and
Fried Chicken, Cream Gravy, Christian Science Service
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Snowflake Potatoes Cranberry GOLLY SUMP I II'VE p.m at. the Small Chapel.
3119. Sauce, Corn Bread Dressing Boiled
FORGOTTEN NAVAL HOSPITALDivine
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THE
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Salad Bar, Jelly Layer Cake, R3R DEAp-INE ABSENTEE St. Lukes.Worship 10 a.m. at

available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race Chocolate Pudding. VOTER
SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham. NATTCProtestant ,
creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser user, or burgers or Cheeseburgers, French REeiSTRATION

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Fried Potatoes, Sliced Tomatoes, Service. 10:30 Worship a.m. In.
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print Onions Lettuce; Leaves, Dill Pickles, Building 500.
advertising from that source." Mustard Salad Dressing. c'
SUPPER Fried Shrimp or Fried y CATHOLICSaturday
Ham Steaks, Parsley Buttered
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Potatoes. .Seasoned Green ,Beans Mass S p.m. at
concerning such should be directed to: Fried Cabbage, Cocktail Sauce, Salad St. Edward's Chapel.
Bar, Jelly Layer Cake, Chocolate Sunday Mass a.m. and 11a.m.
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Pudding. Daily Mass-Monday,
Tuesday,
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4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Wednesday,Oct. 4 Friday.11:30: a.m. Wed-
BREAKFASTS Chilled Orange Juice nesday Mass 11:30 a.m. at
Telephone 388-2755 Hot Farina, Fried Eggs to Order, the Naval Hospital Chapel.
French Toast w-Syrup, Choice of
VOL. 30 NO. 28 SEPTEMBER 28, 1972 Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Baked and Saturday 5 p.m.Confessions 4:15:
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House Declares War* New Sgts.


On 'Grade Creep'Jax At MARTDJax


-The armed services have been told to slow down

promotions to end "grade creep." I R r MARTD acquiredfour

The order came from the House creased at a much greater rate. recently new Lt.Col sergeants C. F
Appropriations Committee The number of Marine
Corps 3 3k14
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which made what it called "token generals increased from 60 to 72 Bergstrom, ,

reductions" of $12 million from and 33 colonels were added, as held promotion
the Army, $10 million each from were 119 lieutenant colonels and ceremonies.

the Navy and Air Force and $3 nearly 600 majors. The numberof Moving up the rank
million from the Marine Corps 1st and 2nd lieutenants ladder
were Sgts. GeorgeW.
for funds.If decreased. k:44L
requests personnel .
Woods Carl W.
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promotions are not held E-9's doubled during the
down, the committee said in its period other top enlisted menincreased Steinback, Stanley G.

report accompanying this year's considerably, while Newsom and Geoffrey L.

Defense money bill, it will "give the number of PFCs, privatesand Bayers.
serious consideration" to lance corporals dropped by

establishing specific limits on 10,000. THE RIBBON FLIES as Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, -ft *
each officer and enlisted grade The Reason cuts the ribbon to officially open the new Navy Exchange Express
next year. The main reason for this grade Store. Watching the proceedings are Polly Gonyon,Manager of the Alcohol requires no digestion.It .
The Committee cited 1964 and creep, the Appropriations newly opened store, Mrs. Sizemore Lt. David C.Jenkins, Assistant is quickly absorbed from the
present grade comparisions Committee said.uis that Exchange Officer, and Cdr., Donald F. Springer, Exchange Officer.POWMIA's stomach and small Intestines.
similar to those used this springby technical sophistication has
a House Armed Services created a demand for higher
subcommittee on manpower. skilled individuals who cannot be
Today's 2.4 million man force, retained at lower grades."
the Appropriations Committeesaid On the other hand, the Com-
has more three and four- mittee's report also said lower
star generals and admirals than ranked personnel, for the most
there were under arms in World part, maintain and operate the

War II.The complex weapons systems.The I
increase in grade levels report also said recent pay e : s
since the last "pre-war" year of raises have eliminated the Vi I 1

1964, the committee said, costs argument that rapid promotionswere i- 1 /1
about $1.3 billion this year. necessary because compensation '
The Navy was about 10 percent was inadequate.The :
bigger in 1964,the report said,but committee warned the /
it now has nine more vice admirals services that they should not /

four more rear admiralsand come back to Congress to fund /
about 400 more captains and excess high ranking officers. "If w I 1
commanders, while the numberof projected retirements do not ,
ensigns and lieutenants(junior materialize," the report said, 1 1i'

grade) declined by 10,000.It "immediate stops must t be> takento v
also said that while the Navy reduce promotions.'

E-9's and E-8's increased by 2300, The Army wants six more
the lowest three grades droppedby three-star generals positions .

48,000 men. funded this year, in addition to 'A ,'
The Marine Corps now is the 44 lieutenant generals it I

about 8000 men larger than it was already has. The committee

in 1964, the committee said, but deleted $150,000 needed to fund
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Y. November 1 is the deadline for receipt of applications -

for the 1973 Navy-Marine Corps Scholarship
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Approximately 1200 full four participation in extracurricular
year Scholarships will be activities in school and com-
awarded next year to qualified munity, as well as academic
high school seniors as the resultof performance.The .
nationwide competition.Initial NROTC Scholarship
ilLj1' r screening is made on the Program provides the following
basis of the SAT or ACT college benefits: all tuition and fees,

entrance examinations which are books, uniforms, and a monthly Capt. William W. Loy
required of each applicant. The subsistance of $100 per month at
last SAT test available is Nov. 4, any of the participating NROTC Former XO
1972 and application for this test universities across the nation.
must be made by Oct. 2, 1972. Florida now leads the nation Now BankExecutive
Final selection is made by with four such units, includingone
GETTING ACQUAINTED-Capt. J. Tate (Front Left) and
Hugh selection boards on the basis of at Jacksonville University.
Capt. Charles D. Gilpin, his relief as NARU CO, review the troops at the "whole individual"
change of command ceremonies held Saturday. concept jU's unit, now one year old, was
which includes character, one of four units in the U.S. to be Jax Capt. William W. Loy,
selected by the Secretary of the USN (Ret.), Nas Jax Executive
New Co At NARU Navy to enroll women this year. Officer during 1970-71( has been
In addition to the campus named manager of the Barnett
Teen program, midshipmen take partin Bank of Jacksonville's
Jax facility
-Capt. Charles D. Gilpin has relieved Capt. HughJ.
three
summer training offices here and at Cecil Field.
Tate as NARU's commanding officer. periods, with travel allowanceand The announcement was made

Highlights of the ceremony in organizing and motivating Club pay. by W.Ernest Allen,Jr.,presidentand
included the presentation of the newly assigned personnel toward Graduates of the NROTC chief executive officer of the
Navy Commendation Medal to achieving a combat-ready Program are qualified in the fieldof bank.
Capt. Tate for his superior posture in the shortest possible News their major in college and alsoas Capt., Loy, a 29-year Navy
leadership during what was time with the newly assigned A4L commissioned officers in the veteran, has been in charge of
called in the accompanyingcitation Attack Aircraft Weapons System. Jax -Members of the NAS Jax regular Navy or Marine Corps. business development at the
"a period of austere ,Capt.Gilpin took the "helm"of Teen Club, also known as the Therefore,the graduates gain the banking offices since September,
funding and rapidly changing NARU after nearly 30 years as a "Home of Young Americans", added advantage of having two 1971.
events in the Naval Air Reserve Naval Aviator. A native of Rock have held their first elections: careers from which to choose. He was stationed here from
Command, thereby insuring the Springs, Wyo., he entered flight The newly elected officers are: Instructions and application 1963-66 as training officer at
success of the Naval Air Reserve training in 1943 and, upon com- President, Dennis Fleck; Vice forms for men and women are NARTU,and from 1966-70 servedin
Concept. pletion of his training, was President Elena Del Carmen contained in the 1973 NROTC the Pentagon in the Aviation
Master Chief Aircraft Main- commissioned as Ensign in Griffith; Secretary; Edie Bulletins which are provided to Training Division of the Office of
tenance Robert E. Dickinson, October of 1945. Bohanan; Treasurer, Dorothy counselors at every high school. the Chief of Naval'' Operations
attached to VA-203, was also His Dying'has been in patrol O'Loughlin; and Sergeant at Copies may also be obtained from before becoming NAS Jax XO.
awarded the Navy Com- type aircraft, predominantly in Arms, Mike Herbib and Denice local Navy and Marine Corps Capt. Loy retired..in the sum-
mendation Medal for his exceptional P2s.In 1952,he joined VP-17 and Huston., recruiting offices. mer of 1971.
performance as the went on 20 missions during the As a civic project, the Young -
squadron's leading chief. Korean Conflict, earning the Air Americans plan a,trip to Moose NEW TO THE BASE?
After VA-203's commissioningin Medal. Haven to talk with retired peoplein
July 1970, Chief Dickinson lead Capt.:.Gilpin's other Navy tours an attempt to find ways to your IlJ@/1Ill@P'1JIfIll@ffJ@IYlIi/le
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SWISS ,MAID-It's hard to Ret.),former Security Officer, receives a beneficial suggestion checkon
RETIRING AFTER 20 years of Naval service, AEC Richard A. stay neutral around the beautiful behalf of the CNO for suggesting a standardized vehicle decal to
Brownlee and his wife are piped over the side at NATTC. Chief Miss Switzerland, Anne-Lise remain on vehicles after military or civilian personnel have been
Brownlee was the Senior Instructor at AE"A" School. Weber, according/ to the photographer / transferred to another activity. The suggestion was a joint effort with
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Carl, you'll hue a chance to role.At right is Mike Cascone, Civilian Personnel Officer.CIVILIAN .
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\ Tomato soup, Veal Cutlets with Tuesday,Oct.3 Apple Pie, Egg Custard Pie,
Banana Cake, Assorted Pudding,
Parmesan Sauce, Baked Chicken Cream of Chicken Soup, Pan
with Dressing, Macaroni with Roast of Beef with New Potatoes, Coconut Pie.
Meat Sauce, 7 oz, Chopped Liver and Onions, Creamed Wednesday,Oct.4
Sirloin, Fish. Chicken over Rice, 7 oz. Chopped Vegetable Soup, Fried Shrimp,
Baked Meat Loaf with Creole
French Fries, Mashed
Sirloin, Fish Cakes with Slaw.
Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Corn, French Fried Potatoes, Sauce, Baked Fresh Ham with
.. j Spinach, String Beans.' Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Dressing, 7 oz. Chopped ,
Combination Salad, Tossed Gravy, Blackeyed Peas, Mustard Sirloin, Fish.French ,
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Greens, Squash.Combination. Fried Potatoes,
Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Salad, Tossed Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
Plain Cottage Cheese Gravy, Peas, Great Northern
Fruit Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Cup, Plain Jello, Plain Cottage Beans, Mixed Vegetables.
CAREER ENDS AT NATTC as AEC Edgel R. Glllespie.nd his wife Cole Slaw. Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, /Apple Pie, Fruit Pie,
are piped over. He had been an AE"A" School instructor for the last Apple Pie, Fruit Cobbler, Cucumber Mix, Carrot and Strawberry Short Cake, Assorted
three years of his 20-year Naval career. Layer Cake, Assorted Pudding, Raisin. Puddings, Pineapple Cream Pie.
Thursday,Oct.5
Bean Soup, ,Country Steaks
with Yellow Rice, Fried Chicken,
Boiled Corned Beef with Cab
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French Fried Potatoes,
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
Gravy, Stewed Tomatoes, Pinto
We point Beans Turnip Greens.
yourold Apple Pie, Chocolate Pie,
Peach Cobbler, Assorted Puddings
Marble Cake.
Friday,Oct.6
NEW. Shrimp Gumbo, Trout
car Almondine, Stuffed Peppers,
Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, 7 oz.
Chopped Sirloin, Fish.
French Fried Potatoes, Rice
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New Laws Affect


iir ; Florida Drivers ProgramJax

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""* Jax Two new Florida laws The law provides for the field Interesting
\ career exists for
j / have been passed that will affect issuing of a "damage release n"Litt Hospital Corpsmen qualified
Florida drivers. sticker" as a prerequisite for male or
I The first law, which went into having a vehicle involved in an female, as a Physician's

:. effect Aug. 15, amended Florida accident repaired.A Assistant.Successful
Law to include the inspection of report will be made to completion of the 12-
automobile exhaust systems. authorities of any vehicle lackingthis month didactic training course at
sticker when it is evident that either The George Washington

Vehicles will not pass in- the vehicle has been in an ac- University, Washington, D. C., or
cident struck bullet in- the USAF School of Health Care
spection if: by a or and his wife,
1. Manifold exhaust lines or volved in the commission of a INTO THE FLEET RESERVE CSC Elden Holland Sciences Sheppard AFB.
muffler connections have any crime. Ola,are piped over the side at the Commissary Store as Chief Holland Wichita Texas, followed by a 24-
leakage or holes other than The sticker will be attached to completes 21 years of Naval service. month clinical apprenticeship at
"built-in" drains. the vehicle by the officer who a Naval Hospital will qualify
2. There is excessive vibrationof investigates the accident to Jax Traffic ViolationsJax trainees to compete for ap.
the exhaust lines or holding authorize that repairs be made pointment to Warrant status.
brackets are loose or broken. and will describe the vehicle by Personnel meeting the
3. A muffler has been repairedwith year, make model, and license -The following is a reportof Going through stop sign 5 following basic qualifications will
a jacket or patch made of an number. motor vehicle accidents and Other violations 45 be considered for selection:
arc or acetylene weld. Garages and repair shops will traffic violations for the period of Twenty drivers appeared 1. Be a citizen or possess
4. Mufflers or tail pipes are not report any vehicles that show Sept. 1117. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon evidence of citizenship.
connected with clamps to prevent evidence of having been involvedin Number Accidents Sept. 21. Disposition of the 2. GCT Of 55-ARI of 55;
leakage. an accident struck by a bullet cases included the following: 3. Meet physical requirements.
5. Tail pipe is mashed,pinchedor or involved in the commission of.a This period 9 Two lost driving and parking 4. Be a high school graduate.
fails to discharge exhaust from crime to the nearest local police This period a year ago 3 privileges aboard the station for 5. Be in pay grade E-5 or
the rear sides of the passengerand station or Florida highway patrol Total accidents this year 284! various periods; none were atove.
luggage compartment on office within 24 hours of receivingthe Total accidents through this assigned to complete an eight- The ultimate educational goal
passenger vehicles. vehicle and before anyrep&lrs period last year 250 hour course in remedial driving; for Physician's Assistant is a
6. Any part of the exhaust are made. Total number of days since last none received a suspension; baccalaureate degree and the
system passes through the oc- Vehicles which have a damage injury in a motor vehicle accident sixteen were given warnings; one formal training program will
cupants compartment.The release sticker attached when' 5 was dismissed; six were fined provide students with college
other law deals with brought for repairs will not be Number of days since an injury (U.S. Magistrate); and three credits toward this goal
vehicles involved in accidentsand reported by the garage or repair last year at this time 86 were referred to commanding While not a bar to Warrant
will take effect Oct. 1. shop. Number of Violations officers for possible disciplinaryaction. Officer appointment a baccalaureate
.- This period 72 degree for
f ..Ae Speeding 21 Three drivers were assessedten Physician's Assistants will
Reckless driving 1 traffic points. provide personnel a career lat
IT'S M E RO N C I E! tice for further achievement suchas
that offered by the Medical
I..1 ...THE TALK OF THE TOWN. Corps Scholarship Program.
NEWEST CONCEPT Complete details concerningthe
COME SEE US!
IN APARTMENT LIVING program and procedures for
submitting applications are
1, 2 .3 BEDROOM,. 1 AND 2 BATHS contained in BUPERS NOTICE
Spacious rooms, wide windows, Kingsley 1120.
central heat & air cond. Private
THE GREATEST SHOW GROUP patios, sondecks, swimming pool Arms Applications should be sub-
a TO EVER HITTHE BOLD NEW CITY- and party room. mitted after Jan. 1 to reach the
Chief, Bureau of Medicine and
264-8102
Formerly Ronnie & The Soul Society
Surgery no later than March 1,
srar
1 LADIES DRINKS... 19 < 1800 KINGSLEY AVE.SPECIAL 1973.

DIRECTIONS: Between Blandmg .
Mon.Thur STAG GIRL DRINKS
Blvd. & Orange
FREE Friday and Saturday away via new 1295.
Syringes and needles used in
LOUNGI 5916 PHILIPS HIGHWAY llUIImuIuII3 the injection of insulin are benefits -

'.--I C 733-9992 !! under the Civilian Health
and Medical Program of the
Uniformed Services (CHAM-
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PUS). The needles and syringesare
payable benefits under the
provisions that authorize the
purchase of necessary supplies
ordered by a physician.

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NDRC Graduates : :' :
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A graduation ceremonywas Auth, HM2 J.R Autry, SN J. 'Q., CFC '

held Friday at NDRC Brady, Sgt. D. Bryant, 11M2 R.J. !
honoring the first class of the Carroll, CTTC L. 0. Chapin,
recently established Institute of RMSN J.J. Condy, HM3 E. '

Drug Rehabilitation. Cooper, 11M2 L.V. Creswell, Lt People Helping People
The Institute was formed (jg) B.A. Dauer, AT2 G.R.
jointly by the Division of Con- Dearing, SN W.D. Deck.

tinuing Education, University of Also, SN P.A. Donnelly, LCdr.

North Florida, and NDRC. R. Dvorak, CTM2 R.W. Goltry, ; ;; ,
The Institute's programs and HM3 T. H. Harris, Sgt. S. .
services are directed at Jimenez, Sgt. R.L.Johnson,HM3 0111)
providing opportunities for con- R.L. Johnson, TDAN D. Lambert s
tinuing education for personnel CTRC L.S. Lee, CTT3 L.T. k

concerned with alleviating drug Levy, CTM1 T.R. Lunsford, HM2 "'c %., ANDROiftSCHOOL
abuse. M.J. Lyons, RMC D.I. 1
The ceremony marked the Machovina.
completion of six weeks of formal And, CTOSN R.N. Macorig, SN \ A HAPPY WORLD OF LEARNINGFor

class instruction, lasting from D.C. Mistron, HM3 W.L. Nettles, F'a' 3, 4, and 5 year olds.

Aug. 14 to Sept. 22. Sgt. R.D.RackleySN F.M. Rick- CALL 7867711Open
The following personnel man, SN D.A. Smith, HM3 W D. 1+ -' ;
graduated from the counselor Swain, Jr., ADJ2 R.L. Tanzie, 7am to 6pm
,training course: HM3 D.R. Webb, SN C.J. Wilson Conveniently located on San Juan Ave.

Sgt. II.D. Askew, CTI2 D.L.Italian .. and CM1 G.R. Work.
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Night SetJax w &. .-qir SHAG PERMANENT FOR MENOLD

Enlisted personnel are cordially Invited to enjoy Italian Night :
Oct. 4 at the NAS Dining Hall.
The menu Is as follows:

Minestrone Soup, Spaghetti Ala Italiano or Baked Lasagna Napoll,
Pizza Pie Roma Anti Pasto Parmesan Cheese, Garlic Bread But, \
tered Brussels Sprouts Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Italian Salad
Salad Bar and Dessert Bar.

.Please make your reservations not later than Oct. 2 by calling Ext. 'if'
3302 or 3259. Meal hours will by 4-6:30p.m.
All guests are required to be accompanied by an Active( Duty Military

Sponsor lIT I I LEAN OX MB _Tanya Wilson.
:Miss IT.S.A. 1972. posed for |..hoiographer NEW
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WITHOUT ADVERTISINGYOU Puerto Rico. It probably reminded New, Different & Exciting.STYLED .
WOULDN'T KNOW Carl of how military

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Hy Ed Beasley BOX5190JACKSONVILLE
FLA.32207
Have you 'ever heard of
Jumping the Broomstick?
Back In the old days! slave
marriages were rather s
strange ceremonies. Slave

masters did not want to The groom
face the moral obligation
which would come from \JOK a suede
reading the marriage cer-
emony from the Bible. morning i coat f .

Especially that part which
hath And the bride wore it peasantdross.
read: "What God

joined together, let: not .
man put asunder." The :.; 13 diamonds,
slave master realized that mon d 1 carat
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total
he might sell the family weight
$499
They were
separately and. thus his
moral obligations would from Ihejl.wdry
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set
marriage ceremony was that knows $100 "
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WOMAN'S WORLD



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Aid New Navy WivesJax J 24'

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and educational organization comprised of ..

volunteer Navy wives, has developed and stocks a seriesof I d. \ ..t.,A

informational brochures,. pamphlets and booklets on tJt j1f't. .

many aspects of Navy Life. t. T I

Of special interest to the new a generous effort on the part of \t ,. e -
Navy wife is a collection of the Navy Wifeline Association to .
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pamphlets and booklets designedto enhance the orientation of Navy nTik \
demonstrate that the Navy, wives and their satisfaction with '
although a large organization, Navy life, as well as serving as a e\:
offers her a warm welcome. retention aid. e'i fi
The portfolio contains .j
pamphlets
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describing naval customs, The Chief of Naval Personnelalso ... .. .
traditions, and social practices.In urged that commanding NEW OFFICERS FOR CPO WIVES-The CPO Wives Club officers were installed a candlelight
addition, there is a simple but officers support the program and ceremony held Saturday. The new officers are (L.R) Mrs. Stanley Rundall, president; Mrs. Richard
comprehensive handbook of find a way to learn "at an early Schenck, Mrs. Roy Pitts and Mrs. Richard Murray, board members Mrs. H.W. Taylor,
Information designed to acquainther date of the prospective marriageof parliamentarian; Mrs. Bill Baldwin, chaplain Mrs. Gus LambecktreasurerMrs. Harry Geraty,
with the varied aspects of members of their staffs and the corresponding secretary; Mrs. Clip Wilkes, recording secretary I'and Mrs. Ronnie Garren, vice

Navy life.Topics ship's company. president. I I
include assignment and "Chaplains and disbursing
promotions, privileges and activities officers can contribute Wives NewsJax More
for Navy wives, significantly in this effort", he Officers
assistance available to the Navy added.
The could be The Marine Officers with a lovely "Welcome Aboard
family, sea duty, and overseas portfolios Wives
tours. Other booklets of a topical presented to newly married wives attended a luncheon at the Coffee" held at the home of Mrs.
nature are enclosed in the port- personnel as a gift from the Seaboard Coastline Building Ronald Smith (Donna).
folio. command to the new Navy wife, Friday. Plans were finalized for the News
Since the materials are revisedas the Chief of Naval Personnel The program included a JOWC Bazaar projects and the
necessary, veteran Navy suggested, and they may be speaker, Dr. R.L. Koberly, who workshops will be starting shortly.If .
wives may also find them helpful. ordered,most at no charge,from spoke on "Understanding Ourselves you did not attend the Coffee
According to a recent BUPERS the Navy Wifeline Association, and others." and would like to help out, con- Page 18
Instruction, the Chief of Naval Building 210, Navy Yard, The retired wives in the area tact one of the board members. If
Personnel views the program as Washington, D. C. 20390. were guests of the Club and a gift you can knit, sew, cut-out, pasteor
was given to the wife whose starch, your help is needed.
husband has been retired the
longest. The gift went to Mrs. ..
Jax 86 Meets I
Without AdvertisingYou C.P. Sawyer, whose husband has
been retired for 15 years.
Wouldn't Know The NAS Officers Wives Club Jax The regular meeting of chairman.In .
started another social season NWCA Jax 86 was held last other business, the members
I I' Wednesday and highlighted by voted to continue their support of
the installation of two new of their foster child in Korea and the
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1 BY POPULAR DEMAND IN THE ..h\;\ Mrs. a Charles candlelight Davis, ceremony Chaplain,, coming Amblyopia year.project during the

installed Mrs. Ronald Currier as Flag pins and pins earned for
PIRATES TAVERN 111 If: vice president and Mrs. Kenneth their club work were presented to
Black,as parliamentarian. Mrs. Richard Goldsberry, Mrs.
Mrs. Harold Eb will be the new Everett Jenkins and Mrs. Gary
If chairman of the snack bar with Hartmann as they were attending
I
DON AND THERENEGADES
1t Mrs. Douglas Poutree_ as her co their last meeting.

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w POW Bracelets





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\ Ok'd For MarinesJax


rt -Marine Corps personnel,as well as Navy,are now authorized
to wear POW-MIA bracelets at any time they desire,including while in ,
.' uniform,as an expression of concern for their fellow servicemen who ,
are prisoners of war or missing in action.In .
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\ a message authorizing the wearing of the bracelets, Secretary of
:\ 't .f.'" the Navy Warner cited the worldwide
concern and
compassion that
"
:, .-y '. .' pi : \4/ has mounted for servicemen who'are POWs and MIAs in Indo China
I 1 A and the fact that a growing number of servicemen and women have

1 1.d;' I.f .. been wearing the bracelets.
Wearing of the bracelets is solely at the option of each individual, the

..., ,Ii,:,: Yo u'ireI message The bracelet said. shall be of simple design, not more than one-half inch

.1 l il wide and containing the rank-rate,name of the POW-MIA and date of
into d capture or date missing.INSIDE .
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families are invited to a : CORPORATE NOTES \iHirliuvs.Vofnluisinou'irarsrnl I i. yt:' ,
get-together Sunday Oct. II
l ( I Iruioomllianilliiik / v
1 at the NAS Jax Skeet SECURED BY CONTRACTS II ''' ; KKrtra,

Range. II I'/Ili l':11'111111(1( I the I t trunk I l ,
FOR DEED PAYING
Drinks will be availableand ll's l hi ii gt'I'than. Lincoln! ,
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those attending are Conlinrntals.:

encouraged to bring their II On hall,, I trips,\/I III IK ,
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and fun for all
games ages. ,
.1 INTEREST .
ANNUAL y ft i
For more information, 1 1I Om'lliiiii;('lull's' not soil1. ,
call Mrs. H.. W. Taylor, abe>iita\'ol\oislln'lolv i ''' ( '
president of the Ladies ttHislniclioii., llssoslroni;
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Auxiliary, at 771-9181 or EXAMPLE: voiu'an!stal'I:11'\1'11\i,1m,on tllpII' l'ad 101 Itl'f\\itlnxit. squasliiiujtlu.I '

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doctor, and try
retreat
The Itnron P"c' ISP Spider be spider often constructs a
ELECTIoN FOR THE (Loxosceles m" 'i'-a) has been spider with classified.The you .so it may of loose silk in one part of its

FIRST TIME 5UT.. enlarging its range! accordingto properly we)>.
SNUFFLE I/M ONLY the National Snfity Council, body color of the brown For a retreat in winter, in
and is working tC' raise its status fawnto
recluse varies from light its out-of-doors habitat, the
__ .# l1./ to a continental menace. dark brown. The most distinguishing brown recluse spins a tube of
Persons living in Texas, Mississippi mark is the dark thick silk which somewhat resembles -
"V; Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia violin-shaped band on the anterior the hibernation retreat
r r" North and South Carolina, (front) portion of the made by jumping spiders. Indoors -
Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, carapace (back), narrowing to the brown recluse is com-
Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois 1- thin center line extending
'4 o td. a monly found in almost any
i t Indiana, and Ohio particu- almost to the abdomen. place which has been relatively
should be the lookoutfor
larly on
undisturbed for a long period
these spiders. of time, such as behind pictures,
.. < They like to live in all typesof beneath and behind furniture,
} MV buildings, hiding in clothing. in toy boxes, in clothing, and
Then the unsuspecting victimsare among stored papers.
bitten when the spider is
Even though the "recluse"has
crushed when the is
or person
been found ,most often in
putting on clothing. One who is
and about houses, its natural
bitten know this has
PLEASE BRING THIS COUPON!) may ,not habitat to be out-of-doors
t! seems
happened for several hours, or
beneath flat rocks under loose
,
a painful reaction instantlyoccur.
PIZZA flur may bark, in crevices of decayinglogs
A stinging feeling is almost -
and in
always followed by intense trash piles.
PHONE AHEAD READY IN 20 MINUTES'! local pain, and the area feels Physical control methods,
hard to the touch while the adja- such as cleaning up all possible
/ It's 2 for 1 time! cent area remains congested. breeding areas, are of considerable -
W The victim may become feverish, value in the eliminationof
210"or 13" PIZZAS FOR THE PRICE OF 1 restless, and find sleeping diffi brown recluse, black widow,
cult. The: tissue around the bite and other spiders. Care shouldbe
THURSFRI, SAT, SUN.ONLY
I dies and gradually sloughs taken to destroy the webs in
Offer ExpiresOctl away. Healing takes place slow- buildings and inhabited areas
Good only at ly; it may even take 6 weeksor The brown recluse spins a and to kill the spiders by crush
4218 BLANDING BLVD PHONE 772-0<62 J ,
longer, with skin grafts becoming medium-sized irregular web, ing or with insecticides.
necessary in some cases. with a maze of threads extending -
The pale oval eggsacks foundin
In case of a bite, consult a in all directions without the webs should always be

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young spiders may emerge froma
single sack.Chemical .

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NAS JAXAIRNEWS Jacksonville i CALL: 388.2755

AdS should be mailed to arrive not l later than
LATWINGER Tuesday for publication the following Thursday

.NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE Ads published arriving too late for this deadline will be Thursday,Sept. 28 Sunday,Oct. 1
the fOllowing week unless the HOSPITAL: "TilE PUBLICEYE" HOSPITAL: 'THE CROSS &
: publisher Is Instructed
money order for otherwise. A check or Romantic Comedy, THE SWITCHBLADE" Drama,
I I I the full cost of the ad must be
4747 San Juan Avenue j received WITH the copy for the ad Starring Mia Farrow and Topol. Starring Pat Boone and Erik

"G" (93 min.) Estrada. "PG" (106 min.)
Jacksonville Florida = RATE: minimum charge(3 lines)
$2.00 Friday,Sept.29 Monday,Oct.3
Per additional; line((4 words per line) .50
I HOSPITAL: "ON MY WAY TO HOSPITAL: "NOW YOU SEETHE

CRUSADES MET GIRL HIM,NOW YOU DONT Comedy,
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WE BUY & SELL EQUITIESCall Curtis and Monica Vitti. "R" ((93 Flynn. "G" ((95 mln.)

us for Quick service min.) Wednesday Oct.4
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; Morrison 4543 Wesconnett I.Taylor Blvd., Inc. derstands Let a retired YOUR Navy problems man ,who managethe un Saturday,Sept.30 HOSPITAL: "RESURREC

77Vtn rental of your house until you HOSPITAL: "THE TION OF ZACHERY

Shorthand JOBSIJOBSIJOBS Secretarys I BETWEEN NASA CECIL't'4 return to Jax.Bartleson BURGLARS" Suspense, Starring WHEELER" Drama, Starring
Dictaphone
3 BR ,O'Neil& Payne, Inc. Omar Sharrif and
Operators Typists, Clerks, Fireplace, Swimming Pool, 1147 So. Edgewood Av. Dyan Cannon. Leslie Nielson and Bradford
Keypunchers. fenced, $18,000.VanSandt 388.9311OKOLONAMOBILE "PG" 106 min.) Dillman. "G" (100 min.)

HIGH PAY NO FEE Realtor 2I7.12U REGIu
Tact f
Call Norrell CASH HOME PARK VIA
Temporary
396.5371 We buy,sell and trade equities NOW RENTING "NOW you CAN ( ,

Louise T. Bailey Brand new park adlacent to golf GIVE THE ORDERS! '
GENERAL OFFICE WORKER Broker
7113605NORMANDY course. Many trees. Conveniently
Adding machine experience located to NAS Jax 8. Cecil Field. Vi
necessary. Convenient Westside ACRES mile from 1.295 Interchange. Underground .{
4 miles west of
Cecil
location. Phone 1860121.HOUSEKEEPER. Field. Road V ,
utilities. ,
Playground area
frontage to 10 acre tracts. Land is
swimming pool and recreation
the best investment for the future J11.I
Other tracts building planned. $44 and $49 Including .
To work In 3 separate quarters at available over Southwest S .
Jacksonville. sewer, water and garbage
Cecil Field. 7713211Ext. 1301 collection.
Wynne
Realty FI.rldl
389.5514 3898507 ASK ABOUT OPPORTUNITY TO 0
SERVICE COMPLETED EARN FREE RENTI
Military trained Medical Technicians QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY Call
needed. Career Service Systems but Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. 904-264-9504 904.264-9591

no exam required. Competitive Edward 0.Lyon, Broker 389-8361

salary, paid vacation, sick leave,
Credit Union, Group Medical and Life PRESCOTT,ARIZONA .:MOBILE. .11.

Insurance. Rural location amid ex. Offers best climate In the state. .
cellent hunting, fishing and other Historic old ranch developed into 2.
recreational facilities. acre homesltes near Prescott JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
Write or call Personnel Manager: Box National Forest. Two acres: $1,995 1 Qtr mile No. of NAS. Clean Modem
221 Raiford Florida 32083, Telephone low terms. For full details, write Mrs. trailers and apts. 389-3007. 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 7ti1.SS11
431.1212. A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co.,2233
North 7th St., Phoenix, Arizona 85006. 1YR.OLD NEW MOON OPEN DAILY I TO 8:30-SATURDAY I TO$
PARTTIME JOB IN SALES 12 x 65, CH&A, Shag carpet, LR, Den SUNDAY 1TOSPM
By Appt. Ph. COPPERCRAFTGUILD 2BR, W&D, washer, Exc. Cond.,
72 VEGA GT $2295
264-3086 JUST LISTED Must sell. 4 Ml. from Cecil Field. 781-

This 3BR, 2B home, ww carpet & 1518 anytime. AT, 19,000 miles, Extra Clean

JANITORS-MAIDS drapes, That's not alllll BIRO, 10' iABR
Part or full time $1.91 hr., work on CH&A, Lg. green patio. Total price 12 x 60,2BR, 1 B,with double sinks, w- 68 VW SEDAN $1450

NAS, 7727661. $21,500. FHA-VA terms. w Shag carpet, AC, assume mortg. of New Paint, R&H, AC
Louise T. Bailey $106.23 mo., call work 772-3156 or
71 VW KOMBI I .. $2995
SUPERVISORSNeeded Broker 771-3605 Barrack 7L 772.3857 .
LOCAL PART-TIME ; \.
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for fast growing California AMERICAN AC, R&H, Extra Clean .
corporation. 268-5977, 771-6922. ORANGE PARK OFF BLANDING 12 x 60, 2BR, w.w carpet. $500. equity 70 VW SEDAN. R&H, AT, AC $1795
434 Brighton Ave. Bellalr, 3BR, 1V4B, &take over pmts 771.3690.PARAMOUNT .
klt.LR, DR, huge rec. rm., all rooms MO.HO. 72 DATSUN 2402

carpeted, drapes, washer-dryer, 10 x 50, See by Appointment, Call 7811174 AC AT AM-FM Stereo, 1,000 Miles
!1 i sllltlf. : 1 elect. Stove, fenced yard, AC, House _. _____ ,
balance $9,800.equity $5,000. 67VW SeDAN R&H, New Paint $1195
payments $79.50 mo. $
BE A DISC JOCKEY ON WOODED ACRE LOT [111t1ir: 1IJ JJ TWO70 VW SEDANS R&H, New Paint $1695

Call 355-2944 for a Beautiful, brick French Provincial 70 MGB R&H $2295
Recorded message by Rambler In Southwood, lust 10 mins.
VW DELUXE BUS New Fact.
66 Engine $1395
Scott Edwards fm. NAS In Mandarin via the free 72 YAMAHA 360
COLUMBIA SCHOOLOF bridge, only 4 months old, having 3 Special Import model dirt bike, trade 71 POP TOP CAMPER R&H $3495

BROADCASTING BR, 2B,oversized garage, breezeway, for late model auto. 384.1778.

Home School cent hear.ac, carpets, drapes, etc. At 64 FIAT ONE-1970 KARMANN GHIA
1902 Van Ness,San Francisco $47,000 well below replacement cost.L. 4 door, rebuilt engine, new transmission $1895
Home Study WALTER BENJAMIN, INC.. red leather Interior, Make New paint, R&H
Not affiliated with CBS, Inc. Realtors 268.5506 offer 721.8<9"LINCOLN. 1971 VW SdUAREBACK

Approved for Veterans ft Servicemen WESTWOOD CONTINENTALLoaded AT R&H factory warranty $2595
,
Local I office 601 Fl.. Natl. Bank Bldg. We have a very nice 3BR home w. AM.FM Stereo system, Exc.

NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO BIRO, washer, Cent. heat, double Condo $?675. 7729384. 1970 VW FASTBACK. R&H $1795

Consoles, some with AM.FM, tape carport, fenced yd. $20,500. 71'TOYOTA WAGON 1969 VW SQUARE BACK. AT, R&H $1995

players, at dealers' cost to liquidate Refinanced. 4 spd., R&H, Fact. Air, Clean. Low 1969 VW FASTBACK AC AT R&H $1895
,
stock. Full warranty I Phone 771.0409. Louise T. Bailey equity & take over pmts. 7711454.71'OPELSTATIONWAGON .
Broker 771.3605ST. ONE 1970 VW BUS

LIVE CRABS .JOHNS COUNTY AIR Cond., Heater Deluxe, 7 passenger, R&H $2495
Wllford'S Fish Camp 26 miles from NAS 1 acre or more on 77?-8960
264.9707 SR13,1.3 miles to public boat landing, VW SEDANS
72 HONDA 750 1969
close to 6 mile creek, good fishing &
Top performer,$50.down,finance New paint R&H $1495 to $1595
,
EDGINGcall
LAWN MOWING 4. hunting, 53,500.00 & up, terms, .
Hart Adair Realty. Broker 771.5877 $1100 743 3473 "' ON E-l968 VW SEDAN R&H $1350
771.3211 Ext.8340 OWNER VERY ANxloUS 1971 TRIUMPH
For $17,500. you can have this 3BR, TR6, Maroon with overdrive, 264.3679. 66 VW SEDAN R&H $795

Mac ALPINE MB home Lg. Sun rm:, fenced yd. YAMAHA ENDURO Nice Selection of other Model VW's
Local moving & storage specialist. FHA or VA terms. 250CC, 72' Model, excellent cond., $675
Licensed and Insured. 355.6357 or 354- Louise T. Bailey .after 4. ?46.3109.
1022, Nights. 771.89 9.TYLER'S Broker /".3605 72'HONDA 500 700 % GUARANTEE.

................ Driven less than 500 miles, gone on

AIR COND. SERVICEWe cruise, must sell. 7718244 ask for We gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection.
service Auto AC, Central Units ir lltltf;& Mark. Then we tuned up. tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
and Window Units. Reasonable. And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
4711 Palmer Lake Shore 388.5161 major mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
HILLS LOOKINGFORA
ORTEGA
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER double check.
Responsible party take up pmts. of$5. 2BR House
771.3355 AXLE*FRONT AXLE
771.1405 or ENGINETRANSMISSIONREAR
a month. Call dealer. 7728936.
SYSTEM
ORANGE PARK ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL

SINGER AUTO. ZIGZAG 2BR, Apt, Furn.AC, 5 min. to NAS, NEW
Like new In 4 drawer desk. Sews all conv. to school. No lease req.will rent
types of material. Orlg. price $239. to bachelors. 264-6884. ? DOMESTIC SPECIALS!
Balance$52. Cash.or$5 per mo. Other CAREER
zigzags from $34. Rayflelds, 6437 GIVE US A CALL FOR
Wilson Blvd. Quick Rental of your Property 1970 CHEVROLET BELAIR $1850

Edward O. Lyon, Broker 389-0361 and If you are qualify willing to work, Auto, AC, Radio, Low Mileage -rr. ,
LUDWIG DRUM SET
If Is possibleto
Vito Clarinet,household furniture,aft. ORANGE PARK earn as much as 69 CHEVELLE STATION WAGON $1295
6PM, 2645786.
2 BR, Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dish. $20,000 per. year AT, R&H. $ttf
washer Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth within 3 5 years.
HARMONDY ELEC.GUITAR 72 HONDA, CB450 ???
Apts. 771-1405 or 7713355.
amplifier.,,Perfect You would be working under a
With case 4. small
781.2260. three year finance plan, starting 3,500 Miles
cond., $85
WILMAR APARTMENTSAir
salary negotiable. Call
Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn, U.S. 69 BUICK RIVIERA $2295

IltE iitlll room, Kitchen, Brfst. nook, parking NavyRetired), Sales Managerwith Air, All power, Vinyl roof
space, for 2 cars, water, sewage, Metropolitan Life Insurance .
garbage, lawn service, Furnished. Company at telephone number e
MIDDLEIURG AREA $120, Unfurnished.$100. plus.4 per 356.2621 If interested. l4
1 acre Mobile Home tracts In Sun. cent sales ta. 387-2541 weekends, 3890744. -

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. How Healthy.. Are You Legally... ? I


Jax The that CNO during has designated this| month October as LegalCheckUp Month and you'll be getting or what your obligations will YES'-"" NO Appointments for Legal
it is hoped every member of the Naval Service be? _mmfm. ___ Assistance may be made at the
will take time to examine his legal affairs to see that they are in order 14. If you plan to buy something such as a boat or following numbers:
and to look ahead to avoid legal problems in the future.If car (especially if used), does the person or 1. Members attached to NAS
any member has (or thinks he may have) a legal problem he company selling to you have a title to it and Jacksonville: 772-2353
should consult his legal officer or make arrangements to see a Le'cal will you receive the title made out to you 2. Members attached to
Assistance Officer. before you pay? NATTC and MATSG: 772-2942
Legal Assistance furnished by the Navy includes advice on matters 15. Do you know how to handle door-to-door 3. Members attached to Cecil
of civil law and the preparation of some legal documents such as wills salesmen? If you sign a contract with such a Field: 771-3211, Ext. 208
and powers of attorney.To salesman, do' you know the extent of your 4. Members attached to
get an idea of the state of your legal health, fill out this legal right to cancel? NDRC: 772-2755
affairs questionnaire: 16Do you own real property? If yes, is the title 5. Members attached to
in your name alone? Yours and your wife's? MARTD, Marine Barracks and
YES NO Yours and someone else's? Do you know all other tenant commands
1. Do you have a will? what will happen to your real property upon (including squadrons) aboard
2. Does your spouse have a will? your death? What about homestead? NAS Jax: 772-3482 (COM-
3. Have there been any changes in your legal 17. Have you made any substantial gifts to FAIRJAX Law Center).
residence, family situation or financial anyone recently (over 13,000.00)) Did you paya
situation'slnce'you made your will? ?___ gift tax? Should you have done so or filed a A f Nf.
4. Did you file a federal income tax return this return? -

year? 18. Have you loaned any money recently? If yes,
5. Did you file a state income tax return last do you have a written agreement or
year? Should you have done so? promissary note? Is the debt secured? i- V"YIV
6. Do you have life insurance? If yes, have you 19. Have you signed for the debt of any other N
provided secondary beneficiaries or broughtthe person recently? If yes, do you understandyour
designation of your beneficiaries to obligations? -
up r.
20. Do you employ any household servants or full-
date after any change in your family situationor
time baby sitters? If yes,are you withholdingany
the situation of of
beneficiaries
any your ? _
federal
required or state income taxes,
7.Do you have homeowners or renters in- and paying social security or workmen's t' SYL .
surance to cover the real and personal compensation? -
property in the event of loss? Should you? 21. Do you have any claims against anyone? ,,
8Do you have liability insurance on your 22. Does anyone have any claims against you? t 4
automobile in accordance with state law? 23. Do you keep adequate records of your per- .v d
9. Do you have liability insurance on your boat? sonal affairs for at least 3 years? .i8c3, ? R
Have you ever given anyone a power of at- 24. Have you recently suffered any losses as the
torney? If yes,is it still in force? If yes, is it result of fire, theft, or casualty? y. *y dy.,xf.
necessary? 25. Do you drive after drinking? A
10. If you rent, do you have a written lease? If 26.. Do you know the maximum penalty for 1
not, do you know what your rights and possession or use of marijuana? -
obligations are? 27. Have any legal papers,such as a summons or
11. If you own rental property, do you have complaint, been served on you recently? If p
adequate written agreements with your yes, did you consult a lawyer or legal '
assistance officer about them? ,
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28. Do of answers to these
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derstand your rights and obligations? trouble ?
12. Do you plan to buy or sell any major item? If you MILLIONAIRE H.ward
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[1'gtJES.r or LISTEN?\ IT Misunderstanding


cr Misunderstanding in the cause of many racial problems in the
AI THEY'RE military. One question] that has arisen IH) "Why are some Mack
..... I.... PLAYINGof"i men allowed to wear beards while the rest of us are forbidden?"

OUR SOWGMarine It's not what some people are calling it-reverse discrimination.It's .
: : a medical! problem, common to young, men and }particularly

-I fY' to black men, and it'* called pseudofolliculitls.

This disease, also called ingrown beard, is a chronic, pimple-like
.. inflammation of the beard area, particularly along and below the
/ :'"" jawline and on the throat and, once started I, may be cured by

/t1i1 ; letting the beard grow and proper hygiene

o .' Not caused by shaving as some people think, ingrown beard is
Ui ,.... caused by the way a man's beard gniws.) The black man's bean)
grows in ti curved 1 follicle and describes a short urc so that a
In the tradition of their beard hair comes right back in, contact with the skin.

wl ancestors, many Indians The end of the beard hair may just slide along the skin until a
( t' have gallantly served in harmless' coil Has formed but it may also penetrate the skin and
the Armed Forces during be driven through the stratum corneum, the epidermis and into
World Wars I and II, the the dermis (three layers of the skin).

1+ 1l Korean War and are fighting An inflamatory reaction occurs and usually a simple abcess develops -,
today in the Republicof and I is aggravated by the presence of skin bacteria. Thisis

Vietnam. the disease, }pscudofolliculitis or ingrown beard
More than Indians
8,000 Once the disease has started and been, diagnosed, the cure is
served in the military during -
I ( 7 i World War I and 6,000 relatively' simple: don't shave. Allowing the beard to grow resultsin
a temporary worsening of the disease as the hair penetrates
volunteers. Their
were
... JI1- ;. c triotism prompted Con-pa- deeper/ into the skin, but in approximately two weeks the hair
will begin to pull back out of the abcess.Kvcntually .
gress to pass the Indian
Citizenship Act of 1924. l the hair pulls completely free of the skin and the

\N In World War II, 25,000 abcess fades away after the disease has run its course which
Indian men and women usually takes from two to three months.

served in the Nation's military Resumption of shaving does not mean a certain return of
forces. The Navajos ingrown board and, in fact, sticking to a rigid schedule of shavingis
proved very useful when the basic preventive measure in combating ingrown beard.
secret orders had to be
Using low setting adjustable razor and shaving
Wives Club sent. Navajo signalmensent a very on an
the in their often enough so that the hair does not grow long enough to
messages complete its arc and dig into the skin is recommended.
native tongue and, according '
to the late war corre- Shaving with a low blade angle, it is almost impossible to cut
TodayJax spondent, Ernie I Pyle, the skin or even the tops off of bumps or pimples which must
Meeting "Practically nobody in the be particularly avoided by black men It is sometimes recommended
world understands Navajo that they leave a light stubble

except another Navajo." Scrubbing the beard area daily will help to dislodge any hairs
Resuming activities following the summer holiday period, World War II's list of that might be cutting into the skin and they can also be freed
members of the NAS Jax Marine Wives Club will hold a business and Medal of Honor winners manually with a sharp toothpick. They should not be plucked but
luncheon meeting today at 12:30: p.m. at the home of Mrs. Richard includes 2LT Ernest Child- left until the next shave.So .
Sim, 6564 Aires Road, Jacksonville.In ers and 1LT Jack C. Mont-
the next time you see a black man in uniform with a beard,
both of Indian or-
announcing the meeting, Mrs. Marie Slocumb, Club President, igin.gomery Mitchel Redcloud won you don't have to wonder just why he's getting away with some
urged all members to be present and extended a cordial invitation to the nation's highest award thing that you can't. He's probably got pseudofolliculitis and it's
I being treated medically by a popular method-letting the beard
I all Marine wives-active, reserve,or retired-to attend and consider for valor during the Korean ,
joining the group in its efforts to assist in local activities which will War. grow..
improve the well-being of all Marines and their families. MeritLOOKI..DRIVEI

Two main topics to be discussed at today's meeting will be a
membership drive and volunteer assistance for local Navy Relief
projects and programs. Promotions

For more detailed information,interested wives may call Mrs. Sim
at 771-5395, or Mrs. Slocumb at 2649487. Jax The following positions
have been advertised under the

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I e Nancy What's Croce The Most Popular.- Narcotic ? I


Tobacco Is America's most
sagmiy clean
generally used narcotic, thougha bring the dust "I started smoking he said, Betty, who said most of the referred to u paper published in
smoker's dependence is labeled up and you'll\ swallow it. Smok. "because I merely wanted to try students in her eighth grade the New' England Journal of

"habituation" rather than drug ing decreases this action and it, and it became a habit in class smoke, sees no disadvantages Medicine that stated that smoking

addiction, and the dependency is tends to cause bronchitis. Smoking which I would smoke In order to to the habit. However, she cuts down on the secretion
acknowledged that her "teeth of bile and pancreatic juice and
psychological] than also irritates relieve
more phys- the cells and tension. I think any nervous
and fingers arc stained" and therefore causes poorer digestion
to protect themselves habit from tapping your
ical.In they produce feet the she's "a little out of breath after lie said that "there's some
one military hospital near on floor to rocking back
more mucus (phlegm) swimming." to believe that if
and forth in reason you
is the
the Nation's Capitol typical which your chair to biting
sign, "This Is a Health Care is another reason smokers your finger nails--tony habit can "/ have been smoking for three years. I started when

Facility. Please Don't Smoke." cough. They tend to produce become a tension-relieving de I was in Vietnam in order to calm my nerves. I enjoy it.

Meanwhile, a number of doctor, mucus to protect the cells from vice. Maybe that's one of the I enjoy it a good deal and do not think that I will stop." I

nurses and technicians-whose the irritation of the smoke. Fin. reasons why it's hard to breaka -An J-5 patientAn

role it is to heal disease and, ally the cells will produce struc- habit because It increases ten-
where they can, prevent it- tural changes. sion for a period of time." OB patient has habitually stopped smoking, you would
contemptuously ignore smoking They will be. A number of people who have smoked a half pack a day gain weight."

come layered and boxshaped.They attempted to give up cigaretteshave throughout her pregnancy. Her Weight gains aside, It's the

data."I substituted pipes or cigars. baby is due in two months. She commercial aspect of this very
amok because it is a habit with me. I started out The doctor explained that "cigar was apprised of a recent Public serious health problem that

I of curiosity and have not cured my curiosity yet. I feel smokers do inhale. They don't Health Service report stating Peterson deplores most. Formerly -

that I can quit any time, in othrr words,.I do not feel that inhale deeply, and some of them that "there is some evidence advertisers spent nearly
I am addicted to it."-.An E-l Medical Technician won't admit that they inhale, among women who smoke during $240 million annually on TV and

but they can't help but inhale. pregnancies that there are a radio advertising. They still

There is one doctor there, will have dead skin buildup You have smoke in your nose, greater number of 'low birth spend an estimated $100 millionfor I
back of your throat and mouth. weight' babies-that is, babiesweighing ads in print.
however, who has quit the dead cells
noxious just like skin on less than the normal
You suck on a cigar, puff out Peterson definitely thinks that
weed and is
now outspoken the outside. "
Her reaction to
was
and take a deep breath so you average. the military should take positive
about its use among the hospital "They are actual structural are getting inhalants. And many shrug and offer "Well that' steps to limit cigarette consumption -

staff and the patients as well. changes which become pre-can- long-term cigar smokers will 'Inhale I possible, but this is my second considering the influ-
child. My first delivery was
Doctor Kent Peterson started cerous. After 15 or 20 years of and find that that's part of ence it can exert by curtailing
without complication, and I
smoking when he was 21 and repeated, constant irritation the enjoyment. cigarette purchases. His opinion
that this one will be the
these cells will become cancer The American Cancer Society pray is that "trying to'cure lung
smoked for nearly five same. Unfortunately, I'm thesort
years. students cancer once it has started is a
ous in about one-sixth of those notes that by the time
His "concern over the health of person who would gain very costly and unsuccessful
who smoked one pack per day graduate from high school, 44 and
weight if I stopped, during
pioblem" was the deciding fac- for 20 years." per cent of the boys and 37 per this I've watched my process. Prevention, both
pregnancy
tor in quitting. cent of the girls are smokers weight carefully." through education of the public,
when both smoke. particularly people whodon't
parents younger
lie described the effects of Annual check-ups do not offer Dr. Peterson coneum-d. Hc
Where only one parent smokes, have life-long habits or
smoke on the human system: enough protection. According to long term habits, plus social and
Peterson, "It's almost impossible 7 started smoking when I was 18 years old during
"Studies show that it is highly legislative action are. terribly
to detect lung cancer early my first set of final exams: in college. I have been smoking important."
probable that smoking will enough to do anything about it. ever since then, no 1 have been smoking for the last 10
He added I feel
"Personally,
cause rancor, not only of the I've treated patients with lung years. It is a nervous habit; however, 1 feel that in my think
strongly enough that I
lung but cancer of the tongue, cancer and each of them has case it is betttr to smoke than to have some nervous affliction hospitals ought to ban the sale
died., There's little chance of such ulcer." A doctor
as an -
throat, larynx and also bladder. of cigarettes in the hospital."
recovery from lung cancer.
When smoke is inhaled irrita-
With such persuasive data, it the percentages drop to 37 per
tion to living cells causes themto i is difficult to understand! why, cent for boys, 29 for girls.

react. in a variety of ways. according to a U.S. Public Serv- Where neither parent smokes. FIRST AT WESTSIDE
ice estimate, "300,000 Americans only 29 per cent of the boys and
For example theI I cells in the die unnecessarily each year 16 per cent of the girls are

trachea are tall, thin cells with because of cigarette induced diseases smokers.

tiny hairs called cilia, and they mainly heart attack, Betty is 13%. She's a dimin-
utive 5' 1 %" with sandy colored
chronic bronchitis
secrete globules of mucus. When lung cancer
and emphysema." hair and hazel eyes. In a recent

irritated they go through a variety conversation at the installation's

of changes. Smoking will Peterson acknowledged that bowling alley she admitted she 7 YEAR/74.0M MILE
people smoke from "a highly smoked for nearly a year. She
stop ciliary action which nor
complex variety of favors- asked and received permission
mally cleanses passages to the from social pressure to avail to smoke when she was 12. Both

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cultural norm in this country." a half pack.
but the cilia will sweep the pas-
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r By Ben T. Taylor, M.D. trauma are seen in the early and
middle years. Bleeding from
Blood tests have become com
intestinal tumors Is prevalent in
monplace in modern medicine.
people over 60.
There are literally hundreds of

H IJ ;/ determinations possible. The one Blood loss anemia is some
done most frequently is the times called iron deficiency
measurement of the patient's anemia i or "iron-poor tired
,hemoglobin.There blood." This is because hemoglobin -
are several different $ requires iron to function.

: ttL IW ways to measure the ability of Usually the blood loss is slow
: 4 the blood to carry oxygen whichis and the bone marrow works
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the function of hemoglobin. hard to keep the hemoglobinlevel
ANOTHER BIG WINNER ETR3 Charles Spalding takes the oath 3 n When this ability becomes im- to normal. In so doing, all
for six more and a $6,000 bonus at the Comm Center's GEM Division.His paired, the condition known as of the body's stored iron is used
wife, Ruth Ann looks on as Ltg(| ) John T. Rooks, GEM Division anemia is present. Anemia lit- up. When this happens, the red
Officer, performs the honors. erally means "no blood"; of blood cell's hemoglobin is com
SSGT. JAMES A. SAWHILL course, it would be unreasonableto pletely supplied with iron.
headed for the 20-year mark at wait that long to begin treat- Iron is in reasonable supplyin
IEING TRANSFERRED? fAATSG when he took the oath for ment. a normal diet. Unless a great

two more years. Anemia may affect all sorts er demand for iron is present,
NEED YOUR CAR SOLD? of persons, but there are essentially drugs or dietary supplementsare
3 types of anemia: 1)) Mal not needed. Greater demands -
LET LIST-A-CAR DO ALL THE WORK production of the hemoglobin which are not related to
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Destructive forces and bleedingcause ity. Generally, there may be

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apt to lead to anemia when plaint.It .
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blood lost with each period. The whether or not a person is ane-
body can easily replace less than mic. However, it is often quite
this amount. Ulcers, bleedinggums difficult to say what i is causingthe
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FICEUR 2 0 RADAR 17 29 11

RANK OR TITLE ..._,-_AGE_ PilOSE AMERICAN LEAGUEW NATTC 2 0 DRAGONS No. 1 28 12
L NARJAX '.' 1 0 REBELS 27 9
DUTY STATION SERVICE NUMBER NDRC 2 0 MATSG 1 0 BUSCH BUDS 21 15
679th 2 0 FAW-11 1 1 GUTTER DUSTERS II 18% 1714
(This week's games) MATSG .2 0 NFO 0 2 TARS 17% 18%
GEORGIA AIMD 1 1 SUPPLY 0 2 CHIEFS 15 21
N\"CSTATE\ ADMIN 1 1 NDRC. 0 2Intramural CAG-20 14 18
MISSISSIPPI NARJAX No. 1 0 1 VP-45 No.2 13 31
SOMISSISSIPPI AIR OPS 0 1 BUSCH LEAGUERS 11 25

MICHIGAN ._TULANE VW-4 0 2 Bowling FASOTG 10 26
COMFAIRJAX 0 2

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
WEST VIRGINIA STANFORD NATIONAL LEAGUE W L W L
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W L CHASERS 6>/4
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SOUTHERN CAL 20 8
MICHSTATE VP-5 2 0 SPECIALS 18 14 FICEUR 5 18 10
NARJAX No.2 2 0 AFEES FLAPJAXGEMS 17 11
OHIO STATE' 18 14
CAROLINA__ ___ FICEUR 1 0 FWF 17 15 17 111U4
MARTD 1 1 VP-45 STIFFS 161,2
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MINNESOTA MIAMI MARINE BARRACKS 1 1 SPARKS 13 15 LEPRECHAUNS, 14 18
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TIE-BREAKER: predict final score on the game between W L
West Virginia and Stanford. Indicate winners in other games by PATHFINDERS 37th 101,2 AMERICAN LEAGUE
a check mark. Navy-Marine HAWKS W L
28 1320
The ballot box for NAS is located at the Navy Exchange near CHIEFS LATE CHARGERS 25 11
the Lay-away counter. Ballot boxes for Cecil Field are locatedat Bowling HURRICANES 28 24 FUBARS 23 13
Galley One and the Navy Exchange. Ballots must be in by MARINE BKS 21 19 SAW BONES 23 13
noon Friday each week or they won't be picked ADPERS 20 191,2 BEES 20 16
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MAGNIFICENT-7 53 15 .COMFAIRJAX 19 29 ADCOP 18 18
Cecil THE DRUNKS 51 17 HOSPITAL 151,2 20% BOOZERS 18 18
PrognosticatorMisses KINGSLEY MOTORS 39 29
AIMD
FUMBLERS TOO 15 33 10 26
SLEEPERS 32 36
FUMBLERS 11 29 TOP FIVE 9 23
BOWLING TEAM 31/4 36ViIT'S DRAGONS No. 4 10th 211,2 DRAGONS No.3 8 20
One Game ON ORDER 30 38
SEMPER FI 30 38
MURRAYS BUNCH 29 39 /1"
Jax -- AZl David L. GREEN MACHINE 26 42
Bowersox claimed this ,'. AE"B" 18% 494 '1'11E p

week's U-Pic-Em

championship for Cecil Intramural Pistol GIFTSNautical
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Weapons
BOWLINGCO Fall's Flounders 'v
CECIL SPORTS NATIONAL LEAGUE: The
t tby CPOs continue to cling to their FOOTBALL

.> ,\' lead, closely followed by the Densen threw touchdown
I DTC J. D. Brewster I Marines and Medical. High sets Matthews
passes to Augnst,
.
".
... were rolled by Beau Beaudry Price and to lead his VA-
hINi 1 r T1IDiUtllfllllll UIil1I!!: !II I IIIIIJII 111111 II II 11111I1 n U ill 't'& U I! llIul (599-178-194-227)); Ed Smith ((561, Landry.
45 team to a 38 0 whitewashing of
out of the and
park, SLOWLY VA-174 6 12 173.209179); Larry Pool (557,213- other
SOFTBALLThe Medical. VA-45's scoring
circled the bases.
Weapons 1 17 190)); Marv Taulbee ((550,196-178-
is Our congratulations to VA-12 came on a scamper by Densen, 2
"slow" most
adjective 176)); Irv Austin ((549, 188-180-
descriptive of our first season of who not only won the 1st Cecil GOLF 181((! safetys and 2 p.a.ts. ((2 pointers).

SLOW pitch softball. Betweenthe Field slowpitch championship, Led by Gus Elison and Jim Bembo (519, 209)); Frency VA-12 downed NAMTD 6.0 in a
ending of the regular season, but also the initial COM- UCAS, NAMTD wrapped up the Eschete ((517.193)); Dave Falls fine defensive game. VA-12 in-
and playoff game, one month FAIRJAX title as well. 1st half of intramuralgolf ((514, 176-204)); Richard Maffett tercepted four passes and the
passed SLOWLY by. According to Tom McGuckin last week by defeating ((511,185)); Russell Germain (505, instructors pilfered three. The
After a SLOW start, the VA-66 "next season should see more Supply 6 Vt to 5%. NAMTD 191.173)) and Andy Green ((503, lone score came on an 18 yard
squad caught fire in the 2nd teams entered.Since slow pitch is almost had a perfect round, 193.175)). Standings: pass from Rick Miller to Dave
round, and SLOWLY came fromno designed for slower players, losing only to runner up AIMD. CPOs Fuller. .
where to overhaul, tie and (Mac is just kidding) it is only Comments from the club house Marines VA-45 remained undefeated by
force a play-off with the ,VA-12 natural that it will be slow in are: "While others ride golf Medical upending VA-66, 36- 6. Densen
SLOW pitch team. catching on. If this statement is carts, NAMTD ride in dump BOQ tossed t.d. strikes to Carlucci
However, VA-66 was SLOWED confusing, it is because it was trucks (to enable them to carry VA-45 (twice), Kitts and landry. Sipes
down and finally stopped by VA- stated slowly". their own sand)". Standings: NWSED twice took long laterals from
12 in the playoff game, 17.7. NAMTD 14 CLAW-1 Densen and fired t.d. passes to
Final Standings: AIMD 12 AIMD Augnst and Price. VA-45 converted .
VA-12 16 2 Marines 11 CommunicationsAMD 3 two point p.a.t. The VA-
VA-12 started the game VA-66 13 5 Supply 9 No.2' 66 t.d.came on a 40 yard Joe Halk

),, SLOWLY. In the 4rd inning Lefty Marines 12 6 VC-2 8 Special Services to J. Henry aerial.
Falcon the VA-12 VC-2 8 Medical used a tenacious
ignited onslaught 10 VA-12 6 Admin _. _0,
by orbiting a SLOW pitch NAMTD 6 12 defense to squeeze past NAMTD
12.8. The instructors tallied on
':'y $50.000 a very special living environmentwoodlake their 2nd play from scrimmage to

take an early lead. Fritz Guttingput

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Oct. to Nov. 3rd. The east coast
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UNDER held 6 to 10 Nov. NOTE: Due to
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decision by CINCLANT Fleet.
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Blue' Marines Win Trophies ''11



TrainingBeginning JAX SPORT BRIEFS In Marathon CompetitionJax 'I



-It is one thing to "walk a captured tenth position in their

V mile" for a cigarette, but it is respective age classes.
ANNIVERSARY INVITATIONAL something else to run five miles
Jax-Getting "Ole Blue"readyfor GOLF for a trophy. Running aboard the Naval Air
the deer season is not as TOURNAMENT Station during daily physical
simple as it sounds and an un- .fa.? The NAS Jacksonville 32nd Anniversary Invjtational That is what eleven membersof fitness training may have been

conditioned or untrained houndcan Golf Tournament will be held at the NAS Jax Marine Air Reserve Training the deciding factor that enabledthe

put the damper on what Golf Course October 6-8. Detachment, NAS Jax did in the Marines to get trophy slots.

might otherwise be a memorable Invitations will be extended recent marathon run in con- However, the marathon run itself
to 128
active-retired
opening day. nection with the city's was conducted along the packed
military and civilian
golfers in the greater Jacksonville sesquicentennial celebration.Out sands of Jacksonville Beach.
To help sportsmen prepare area.
their hounds for the rigors of of the participating
Play will be 36 hole
hunting the Game and Fresh medal with a practice round Marines competing against high Other Detachment Marines

Water Fish Commission has scheduled for Friday. Prizes will be awarded to the first school and college runners, three participating in the run were

established a 23 day deer hound four places in each flight of 16 and a party for all par- wound up with trophies. Capt. C. D. Hill;jSSgts.J.Pace, R.

training season. The season ticipants will be held at the Candlelight Restaurant on A. Lancaster and J. T. Schell;
October Sunday. Gunnery Sergeant Donald I. Sgts. C. W. Steinback and J. E.
opens Saturday, 7 and
Rondeau finished eighth Lt.Col
; Harrell; and PFCs R. P. Joiner
continues through October 29. FLIERS BASKETBALL C.F.Bergstrom Jr. Detachment
and G. J. Thedy. They were
During the training season TRYOUTSJax Commander took a ninth place awarded marathon ribbons for

free-running deer hounds may be -Tryouts for the NAS Jax Fliers Basketball team slot; and Sgt. James Konwin their efforts..

trained or toughened during will resume on Monday, October 2 at 5:30: p.m. All in I "

daylight hours. Sportsmen are terested personnel should report to King Hall (Bldg. 563))
reminded to leave their guns at ready to workout. -
home when training hounds as Pi.'i.fr.flHome
ROD AND GUN
CLUB MEETINGJax
the carrying or use of any gun is
prohibited.Deer A final organizational meeting for the NAS .

Jacksonville Rod and Gun Club will be held Thursday, of
Hounds also be
trained at other times may during the September 28 at 7 p.m. in Room 233 of Hangar 1000. All AMERICA'S FAVORITEBIG

closed season when the hound is interested personnel, military and civilian, are invitedto

retained on leash or rope in the attend.

hands of the trainer.
POWER BOAT CLUB FISHING TOURNEYJax

Locating a training area for Gloria Foster pulled in a 10 pound Red Bass for
free deer hounds is the
running
responsibility of the dog owner. top honors in the fishing tourney held by the Power Boat

Regulations for the training Club last weekend. Gloria will be presented with a

season does not allow the trainingof trophy at the next Power Boat Club Meeting which will

dogs on wildlife managementareas. be held on Tuesday, October 3 at 8 p.m. at the NAS
1
Marina.

Quail hunters are also providedan
LADIES GOLF TOURNAMENT RESULTSJax
opportunity to train their dogs
prior to the opening of quail The NAS Jax Ladies Golf Association held an 18

season. Bird dogs may be trained hole (best of nine) tournament last week and the win-

during the closed season with the ners and runner-up in each flight were as follows: 1st


aid of a pistol firing blanks or Flight Penney Bennet and Ellen Ropiak; 2nd Flight 1
ball. and rifles
Shotguns are Harriet Potter and Lilian Rae; 3rd Flight Millie
prohibited while training bird
dogs. Mueller and Doris Calais. Pat Oglesby, Polly Tieslau

and Nelda Bradt finished in a three way tie for Chip In
Quail dogs may also be trainedon
licensed shooting preserves honors.

during September by the shootingof 600 BOWLERSJax

pen raised birds by the dog Boles of the Radar 17 team led the Intramural

trainer. The statewide season for Bowlers last week with a 625 set. He rolled gamesof

licensed shooting preserves 187-256-182. Also rolling 600s were Fletcher of the 16" DIAMETERINTRODUCTORY
opens October 1 and
ideal area for conditioning provides bird an Good and Bad team with a 222-191-197 for .a 610 and SPECIAL

dogs and quail hunters. Smith of the FICEUR 5 team with a 213-178-210 for a 601.In osaaaaazgggsre

Retrievers be trained at
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Marine Barracks Defeats VP-45

I HOW THEY'RE STANDING

After Trailing At Halftone INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL


Jax -- The Marine 20-6 win over FAW-11. down and a two pointer for AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE W' L

Barracks and VP-45 met in Collins, Spoor and Fruge Hospital. W L PUBLIC WORKS 6 1
a battle of the undefeateds scored six pointers and Hill]] Weapons went into last MARINE BARRACKS 6 0 NARJAX 5 1
last week in Intramural added a two pointer for the weeks action without a win VP-45 4 1 MATSG 5 2

Football action and after a winners. Balboa was but came out of two games AIR VW-4 OPS 3 4 2 2 FAWn NDRC 4 2

first half completely credited with FAW-ll's against FATSOG with two FICEUR ,,2" 3 HOSPITAL '4 2.' 4 3
dominated by VP-45, the only score. wins. They won in the first VP-56 0" 3 WEAPONS \) 2 5
Marines came back in the The first overtime gameof contest by a score of 20-0 COMMUNICATIONS 0 4 MARTD 11 : 3'
second half to steal victory the season came last when London, Thomas and VP-5 0 4 FATSOG J 0)) 8

away from VP-45,20-18. week in the National Tutin all carried the ball .
VP-45 jumped out to a 16- League when NDRC won across for six pointers. "
6 halftime lead as a resultof 15-14 over Hospital. Tutin added a two pointerto
touchdowns by Parmleyand Regulation play ended his tally in this game. Without AdvertisingYou
Samples, a point after with the score tied at 14-14 Thomas and Tutin added
attempt by Kennedy and a but NDRC was awardedone another touchdown apiecein Wouldn't Know.
safety. The Marines point after they the next game while
seemed unimpressed by penetrated the deepest in Berry and VanCleef added

VP-45's 10 point lead, the overtime period. touchdowns and two
""" however, as they held VP- Hattabaugh scored two pointers as Weapons won SEE THE NEW

45 to a safety the entire touchdowns and Cruthirdsa the second contest 2816.
; second half while they point after attempt for Martin picked up 10 of his ROLLING HILLS C-16 TODAY!

S picked up two touchdownsand NDRC. Sanchez had a team's 16 points in a losing

a two pointer by touchdown to his credit cause and Brown pickedup
Allston that proved to be and Baker had a touch- the other six.
the margin of victory. .r Ilr1sITRCtL1
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