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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: July 19, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 31 NO. 18 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida JULY 19, 1973 ,



Navy C-9B Christened 'City Jacksonville' : I



Jax-Jacksonville area Navymen aren't the only i
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sailors that realize the close relationship between the ; ,, \: .; :-':\ ,
Navy and the civilian Jacksonville community. ; : ..)
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Proof of that was shown here Tuesday morning when .. "' .
VR-l's second C-9B "Skytrain" was officially christened
"City of Jacksonville" by Mrs. Hans G. Tanzler, wife of t
the city's mayor. -

Attached to VR-1, stationed in Norfolk, Va., the "Cityof
Jacksonville" is one of the first .long range, turbo-jet
transports to see service as a Navy air logistics aircraft.

Carrying a crew of five, the C-9B is powered by two 1I ,
:Pratt and Whitney JT8D-9 turbo-fan engines, each ratedat JACK* Pz
'- 25,500'pounds of thrust:

The aircraft is capable of a wide range of passengerand r. yr 1.Iv .

cargo configurations which will accomodate up to 90 !za'a4 41r :I y, 4 rrSa

...,". 1:,: passengers I or a maximum payload of 32,444 pounds.

_, It has a maximum take-off weight of 110,000 pounds, a r
fuel capacity of 40,000 pounds (about 6,000 gallons) and,
., depending on the load, can operate from fields with as
little as 5,000 feet of runway.

.I, "City of Jacksonville" is the second of four C-9Bs VR-1 .1.i
a ,.o Will receive. The first'was rj.stened."City of Norfolk" "1
?' TRADITIONAL 'tyONORS-Mrs. ,Hans G.,'Tanzler, wife of Jacksonville's mayor, breaks the ,
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. _.. Others. attending the ceremony Capt.
; ? ? traditional bottle' of champagne over the nose.of the"City, of Jacksonville"at christening ceremonies t..
G. Sizemore NAS Jax Officer .
r -* ;William Commanding ; '
,, Tuesday morning. Looking on are (L-R): RAdm Lawrence R. Gels, COMTACAIRLANT: Capt.
'.' ; '}'r1 Jacksonville Mayor Hans G.. Tanzler_, Jr.. ;. Capt. T.E. William G. Sizemore,NAS Jax CO Mayor Tanzler}and Capt.Thomas E. Davis, CO of VR1.. "City of t
Davis, VR-1 Commanding Officer; and Capt.: J.M. Jacksonville the second C-9B delivered to the Norfolk-based squadron., .f

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FROM THE CNO-Lt. L. F. Humes, Personal Property Officer, holds the CNO Personal
Property Award presented to the activity as Capt. R. C. O'Loughlin, NAS Jax' Supply Officer, and .
i Personal Property Branch section supervisors Tom Page and Mrs. Louise Wright look on. The local
branch was cited as the number one Personal Property activity for Class 1 in the Atlantic Fleet,
making it a contender for the CNO Award for Personal Property Activity of the Year.

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HAPPY ANNIVERSARY NAVYWOMEN-Capt. William G. )
Sizemore (Left)/ NAS Jax CO, and RAdm. Lawrence'R. Gels, COM-
TACAIRLANT, join AA Sandy Donovan, Youngest WAVE here, in ( Page 20)

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Fried Potatoes Chilled Apple Juice SUPPER: Barbecued Beef on Split Snowflaked Potatoes Cream Gravy, and Tomato Sandwich, Macaroni
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BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple Washington Cream Pie.Wednesday .
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BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Vegetable der, Grilled French Toast Maple Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
Soup Grilled Pork Slice, French Syrup, Choice of Ham or Bacon, Hash at the Small Chapel..
The JAX AIR NEWS la a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Fried Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables Brown Potatoes, Chilled Grapefruit

distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Salad Bar, Peach Pie, Chocolate Chip Juice, Pastry Bar. Tuesday
DINNER: Chicken Gumbo Senior Choir
Cookies. Soup, Rehearsal 7pm
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Hot Roast .
SUPPER: Swiss Beef Steak, Fried Turkey Sandwiches w. at Bldg. 750 and
private f irm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Onions Franconia Potatoes, Spring Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, Cranberry Christian Science Service

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Peas Celery, Harvard Beets, Salad Sauce, Harvard Beets, p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Jacksonville, by IZ:00 noon on Monday before publication.News Bar, pineapple Pudding. Peach Pie. Seasoned Succotash,Salad Bar, Dutch
Items welcomed Monday,July 23 Apple Pie, Devils Food Cake. NAVAL HOSPITAL
are from all
sources. Telephone 772-3118
BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange SUPPER: El Rancho Stew, Buttered Divine Worship 9:30: a.m.
or 3119.
Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled Egg Noodles, Simmered Pinto at St. 4.ukes.
"Everything advertised In this publication mud be made Hot Cakes'W Maple Syrup Choice of Beans, Southern Style Greens, i
Southern Corn Bread,' Salad Bar, NATTCProtestant
Pork Bacon, (
Sausage or Lyonnafse
available for purchase, use or patronage without' regard to Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Dutch Apple Pie, Devils Food Cake. Worship

race, creed color, national ,.origin or sex of the purchaser DINNER Split Pea Soup, Baked Thursday,July 26 Service 10:30 a.m. In

user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Smoked Ham, Pineapple & Raisin BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Fried Building 500.

policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in the Sauce, Candled Sweet Potatoes, Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes w. CATHOLICSaturday
refusal to print advertising from that source." Snowflaked Potatoes, Cauliflower Au Maple Syrup, Choice of Crisp Bacon or
Gratin Seasoned Turnip Greens, Pork Sausage Patties Baked Pork & Mass 5 p.m at
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries. Salad Bar, Apple Turnovers, Yellow Beans, Chilled Tomato Juice, Pastry St. Edward's Chapel.
Sunday Mass
and 11
'Pound Cake.SANDWICH. a.m.
concerning such should be directed
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Daily
LINE Sloppy Joes Mass.Monday.
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THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Hamburger Buns, Frankfurters, Ginger Pot Roast, Natural Gravy, Tuesday, Thursday and.
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French Fried Potatoes, Dessert Bar. French
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Telephone 387-3566 Banana Cake, Chocolate Krlnkles.
Sauce, French Baked Potatoes, Saturday Confessions 4:30:
Simmered Navy Beans, Spinach w- SUPPER Beef Tacos, Mexican to 5 p.m.
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Yellow Pound Cake. Spanish Rice, Seasoned Green'Beans,
Tuesday,July 24 Salad Bar, Bread Pudding, Banana
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Daydreamer Beware ,f'I'


Jax--Navy scientists have
developed a "daydream-
warning" machine designed to
sound off if a person hooked up to : |
it isn't concentrating enough on '
the job he is doing. \
Professor Karel Montor of the : ''
Naval Academy at Annapolis,
Md., where the machine was
developed, says that the Navy
has no intention of using such f
machines to see whether An- <

.'. napolis daydreaming midshipmen during studies.are i4r; ><

Rather, the machine offers fJ ;
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promise for keeping airplane _'
pilots,radar and sonar operatorsand L
long-distance truck driverson BIG MOMENT FOR A LAWYER-Lt. Masahiko
the alert.Brainwave. is congratulated by Capt. C.E. Waite, Director of
research, with Law Center, after taking the oath of office
academy midshipmen as participants California Bar from RAdm. Lawrence R. ( )
led to the developmentof TACAIRLANT. Lt. Takemoto serves as trial
the"attention-level analyzer." courts-martial in the Jacksonville area.
This machine can be set for the
level of concentration an in- 5700.70.'I
dividual should be using,plus"an
allowable daydreaming factor." PEP Procedures


Jax-BUPERS has reemphasized Candidates
advancement master chief
'Deepfreeze'Volunteers procedures for participants in the normally take
Navy's Personnel Exchange examination
Program (PEP). PEP tour.Th
The program enables selected then go
;F Needed petty officers to serve a tour of selection ;
duty with a foreign navy, and Petty )
officers will be temporarily
Jax-Volunteers for Operation petty so assigned
administratively advanced to the through E-7 ( )
Deepfreeze are urgently neededfor
next rank 'without after ,
the following ratings: CE, UT taking an
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Special Deepfreeze incentives volunteers are offeredfor and vancement.The regular The "

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submit Interested their personnel requests should to petty officers eligible for second ]t\\ \
class, first class or chief petty vancement tH. I
CHNAVPERS Pers 5021 as soon
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( BM2 Robert Wayne
4 reenlisted for SIX years on 13 June 1973.. Performing the ceremonies

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j LCDR"Dick"Tice of Attack Squadron One-Seventyl"our retired on 6
,i 28 June 1973 after 23 years of Naval service. LCDR Tice's' wife, June, ; t'If ,
t accompanied him,during ceremonies.



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Monday,July 23 Loaf with Creole Sauce, Chicken
Jax-The Civilian Cafeteria is Pan Pie, 7 oz. Chopped. Sirloin, Federal Employees: ,
located at Bldg. 2 on the Fish.
southeast corner of Yorktown and Mashed '" '
Potatoes, French '
Ranger All military and civilian Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, P&sowi&If ; ; :
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personnel and their guests.are Broccoli, Green Lima Beans,
invited to-use the facility. Field Peas.
Breakfast is served from (6-8 Combination Salad, Tossed ,
a.m.and lunch is served from 11 Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit A S
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a.m. to 1 p.m. Cup,Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
This week's menu is as follows: Cottage Cheese, Plain Jello,
Monday,July 23 Fruit Jello, Tuna Salad, Waldorf
Cream of Tomato Soup, Salad, Stuffed Eggs. ydii ?upe # 'Federal Empftyear&ttftji ] | ,
.Breaded Pork Chops with Bread Egg Custard Pie, Apple Pie,
Dressing, Spaghetti with Meat Red Velvet Cake, Assorted
Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Puddings. \ | 1 1

Fish.Mashed c Thursday,July 26
Potatoes, French Vegetable Scup, Macaroni and alliiit Giik
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Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Meat Sauce, Breaded Pork J
String Beans Cutlets X"'W TV'v! : : 'AVv; 'v'-V,::;, ::>;:V\v V j .
Squash, Great with Sweet and Sour
Northern Beans.Combination Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, to a-s! vm I s l cotuit wilH I* ,.
Salad, Tossed Fish. "
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Mashed Potatoes, French
Cup,Plain Cottage Cheese, Plain Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, financial organization and you
Jello, Fruit Jello, Fruit Cottage Sweet Peas, Corn, Pinto Beans.
Cheese, Tuna Salad, CucumberMix Combination Salad, Tossed
Toni! Salad.Butterscoich Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
Pie, Apple Pie, Cup,Plain Jello.Fruit Jello,Plain
Peach Cobbler, Banana Cake, Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cottage it
Assorted Puddings. Cheese,Tuna Salad,Tomato and 'Wmt an aulomalicsecond
Tuesday,July 24 Lettuce, Kidney Bean Salad.
Minestrone Soup, VegetableBeef Buttered Coconut Pie, Apple >,'*, ,
Stew with Rice,Broiled Beef Pie, Strawberry Short Cake, .!l; :, ,}
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Sirloin, Fish.Mashed Friday July 27 J
7 Potatoes, French Seafood Gumbo,. Fish .\
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Almondine, Stuffed Peppers with .
Turnip Greens, Blackeyed Peas, Creole Sauce, 7 02. ,Chopped ,.
Mixed Vegetables. Sirloin, Chili with Rice, Chicken :
Combination Salad, Tossed Fried Steaks. .y J f'
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Cup, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, .
Cottage Cheese, Plain Jello, Stewed Tomatoes, Spinach, ? 1 'I1 .
Fruit Jello,Tuna Salad, Carrot &: Baked Macaroni and Cheese. income
Raisin, Potato Salad. Combination Salad, Tossed :; .
Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit .)
Pie, Layer Cake, Assorted Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello,
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
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Tomato Rice Soup,Baked Meat\ Slaw, String Bean Salad. See us or your '-p P
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traffic violations for the period of Six drivers appeared before ta--. : {.
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I This Period a year ago 5 Three lost driving and parking
Total Accidents this year 236 privileges aboard the station for
Total accidents through this various periods; two were
period last year. 208 assigned to complete an eight
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5 was disciplined under article 15
Number of days since an injury of the UCMJ; 2 were referred to
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Number of Violations dismissed; nine were fined (U.S.
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Speeding 4 14 drivers were assessed 40
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i 12 3 BEDROOM AND 2 BATHS' July business meetingof Cards of welcome are being
Spacious rooms, wide windows, I NWCA Jax 86 was held July 11 sent to the three newest Navy
central heat &, air condo Private Wives Clubs ( Cen-
patios, sundecks ; 4" with Mrs. Ronald Celmer, club Mokyna,
swimming pool
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and party room ? ;: Mrs. Celmer welcomed Mrs. Regional Medical Hospital at
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Lynn Owen, guest of Mrs. Portsmouth.Mrs. .
1800 KINGSLEY AVE. Richard Balling, and Mrs. Matt Conrad Hardy was
DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding Graxier, guest of Mrs. William presented a corresponding
Blyd & Orange. Park, Minutes I Gilbo. secretary charm.In .
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Villa. paint party is scheduled at
The Club voted to donate $50 to the Not New Shop July 21 and a
the NWCA Scholarship Foun- clubhouse cleanup is planned for
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Aids Sick ChildrenJax 1 gr


-Due to problems with the suited to the particular problem. a{
Naval Hospital's walk-In systemfor Each day,8-9 a.m. will be call-in
children, the Hospital has hour. During this hour, nurses
started an appointment system of and acute-care doctors will an-
acute care delivery which should swer acute care problems and set \
eliminate long waits, minimize up the appointments for those
exposure to infectious children children who need to be seen that
and produce more efficient use of day. Other problems which arise e
space and personnel. during the day can be called in as
The Department of Pediatricshas they occur.
started a system to handle all There will be a few acute care
acute medical problems of appointments in the evening, but
children under:, 12 years old these will be,of necessity,limitedto
between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m., the more urgent problems.
Monday through Friday, on an Even if the child is obviously .. rc1I
appointment basis. Doctors have quite ill, please call first so the .
been assigned each day to handle Hospital can best prepare its
acute illnesses. staff. It continues to be the Naval
The parent of the sick child is to Hospital's policy that no severely
call the Pediatric Clinic (772- ill child will ever be turned away.
2341), explain the problem, and Children with major problems
then will be given a specific timeto between 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. are
come in that day as an acute- seen in the Emergency Room.
care appointment, if appropriate. Weekend emergency care is FIRST AUTO TAG CUSTOMER-Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, buys the first auto tag
Occasionally, a parent mightbe available in the screening (walk- sold by NWCA Jax 86. Handling the sale are Mrs. William Gilbo (Center), chairman for the Jax 86
advised that a regular appointment in) clinic or Emergency Room, project, and Mrs. Conrad Hardy, last year's chairman. The tags are on sale from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30

((772-2281) is more as appropriate., p.m. at the Navy Relief lobby.


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Operation Beach Duty: .

Eastern vacations incredible the airfares 5,
as as 1.What is sickle cell disease?
It's a heriditary disease in
: that get you there. which the red blood cells

sometimes assume a strange
shape-like a sickle.
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/:\:' Everyone knows servicemen get to
rfly than civilians. But Because sickle-shaped cells
cheaper now,
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r Eastern can help you get some pretty incredible easily,carrying oxygen to all the

; or discounts at dozens of hotels E1i5: / different organs.' Normally,
t 4 healthy red blood cells are
Florida the Caribbean and
throughout ,
like This
shaped a_ doughnut.
Mexico.Vacations like these: TI : round shape makes it easy for
; The Caribbean Beach Club in !! ,! them to float in the blood stream.
Red blood cells to
oxygen
-. San Juan for$8 per day. : all parts of the carry bodyincludingthe

t., Swim and fish in crystal clear waters. brain, the lungs and the

Relax ort beautiful white beaches. kidneys.When these organs don't
get enough of the oxygen they
.:- And in the evening, Puerto Rico's famous need, they can't function

casinos and exciting night clubs are properly. This causes pain and
illness in the
patient.
waiting for you. r
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One way reserved military air farefmmWashingtonBaltimore Y 3.Who is likely to have sickle cell
disease
to San Juan The Jamaica Inn at Walt Disney People whose ancestors came

runs you $43.50 plus security charges andY World for$8 per day. \. from Africa are more likely to
don't have uniform. have sickle cell .The mild
you to wear a disease
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The in Ft.Lauderdalefor Take a friend or your family to Walt :(. : :.: .. ':. ,..form, called sickle,cell; trait, is
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$8 per day. every 10 black Americans. The
Florida. Explore the Magic Kingdom, a form sickle'cell anemia,
You can cruise the canals of the severe ,
new world of fun and excitement. ". is likely to be found in one out of
Florida Gold Coast Capital.Or play set One way military reserved coach every 400. Some Caucasians-
of tennis on one of Fort Lauderdale's particularly those people whose
from Washington/Baltimore is only$46.
ancestors came from the
Or watch the whole
many courts. simply plus security charges. Mediterranean area, the Middle
thing from the rooftop lounge of the East, and parts of Indiamayalso
Hotel
prices above for
are one
have either form of the
Jolly Roger. person sharing a room with someone else. disease.
One reserved air fare
military v'
way
.They're good until December 15,1973.

from Atlanta is $35, plus security charges. Meals or local taxes not included. FOR THE ULTIMATE

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the U.S. and time from 2
any except .
Beach Duty discounts and vacations: ; p.m.to .,' .
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life insurance policy sate for that loss. If there
wereno Either the "insured" the times
or may reduce estate taxesor leaves you breathless! ,
basically concerns at least two
significant "insurable interest beneficiary may also be the "ap- provide other advantages. in the person who can restore your ,:'
people the "insured" and "
the the policy might be mere plicant "payor" and "policy estate planning.If equilibrium is your family life
"beneficiary.
speculation.The owner." Each could be a different this array of necessary in- insurance agent. :',
But a policy may also affect a
owner (whether or not he person.A 1
half dozen or more other people. is the
"insured") is the only
They go by such names as "ap person who can exercise certain i"

plicant," "payor," "policy holder rights, such as changing the Good ExampleFor !

," "assignee," "first contingent beneficiary, using the dividend instance, suppose a grandfather \

beneficiary," "second ,contingent options, converting or exchanging (the "applicant") buys a Grove lake Estates iu! :

beneficiary" and "final benefi the policy for different cov- policy on the life of his daugh-

ciary." erage, borrowing against the ter's husband (the "insured") in Mobile Homes in a setting that is truly Florida at its .I
In addition, if the policy is cash value, assigning the policyto order to guarantee college funds best every Y4 acre lot is a Lakeview or Lakefront. : ;
situated in the Y
payable to estate trust it for his midst of a producing Orange Grovel)
an or a lender (the "assignee") grandchild (the "bene You
as can have a spring fed 162 acre lake at front ,
may involve executors, administrators ficiary"). If he gives control of door and 100 acre lake at your back door with your public +:
or trustees. the policy to his daughter she access for those who wish to enjoy fishing, skiing
Who Buys a PolicyA becomes the "policy owner." If sailing,and swimming. Only 56 miles from Orlando and
40 miles from Daytona on State Highway 17 south of '
later the grandfather dies and
policy most often is issued Crescent City, Send coupon for pictures and further
directly to the "insured" (the the grandmother assumes the details on property inspection s r/

person whose life it covers). So premium payments, she becomesthe
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Parents and grandparents buy beneficiary). lie may also

policies on children. Business! name an estate, trust or institu- '

associates insure each other. tion as "final beneficiary" to re- ; '

And a lender may buy life insur- ceive any proceeds still payable I' 4Ti1I

ance on a borrower to repay the after the primary and contin-

loan if the borrower should die. gent beneficiaries have died.

But a person applying for life
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HOWARD LATIMER ((1848-1928) INVENTOR Wives Club installed their new

Jax-Lewis Latimer took a spectacular, though im- officers recently in a candlelight

practical, invention and changed the lives of thousandsof ceremony presided over by Mrs.
LL1 Edward Doherty, sponsor of the
Americans. The inverition..Thomas Edison's electric i
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club and wife of the
light bulb. Latimer improved the lamp with an inex- Commanding,Officer. VP-24

pensive carbon filament and a wooden socket similar to fi 4 Other special guests were Cdr
the metal ones used today.Latimer's a and Mrs. Dan Demand.

the attention of Outgoing officers were
improved lamp caught x
presented with a token of
.S appreciation
L
Charles Weston, a businessman who could see its i by Loretta Kum-

possibilities. He raised the money to set up a company to CAREER ENDS WHERE IT STARTED AVCM Lee Turnage is merfeldt, presidentelect.Each .

make the lamp. Then he sent Latimer to Canada and piped ashore at NATTC as he completes a 30-year Navy career. lady present at the dinner

England to supervise production.A Formerly assigned as the supervisor of Aviation Fundamental School, preceding the installation was
Master Chief Turnage underwent. recruit presented a single yellow
a part of AE"A" School",
year later, the Excelsior Electric Company asked training here. rosebud,which is the club flower.
Latimer to advise its engineering and legal depart- The regular monthly meetingof

ments. So, when the two companies decided to set up an Home Safety Check the VP-24 Enlisted Wives Club

organization to'protect their patents, Latimer was to be was held July 11 in the Bellair

chief draftsman and legal witness. He traveled all over Apartments Game Room with 13
Could Avert TragedyHow ladies present. Plans are underway -
the world gathering evidence against companies which for a gift bazaar and

were using Weston and Excelsior patents without Children's Christmas Party to be
permission. safe is your home? By Kitchen and utility room: held in December.A .

J completing the check list on your 1. Are detergents under the membership luncheon and
Millions of dollars rested on this one man's testimony. home and making sure that sink where children can get coffee will be held August 2 at the

Latimer had come a long way. At age ten, he worked to poisonous substances are storedin them? Yes No home of Loretta Kummerfeldt
support his mother. He was a cabin boy during the Civil a safe place, your home will 2. Are oven cleaners and ((495 Alsey Drive, Orange Park

War and he was self-educated in the field to which he be You one are of very urged few not safe to lay homes.this copper polish compounds kept in beginning at 11 a.m. All VP-24
a safe place? Yes No enlisted wives are cordially in-
was now so important.In check list aside-check at once
3. Are floor waxes and furni- vited to attend.
and take immediate steps to cor- ture polish kept in a safe place? All VP-24 enlisted wives are
1918, an organization was formed for the men who rect any irregularities. It may be Yes No also invited to attend the club's

were regarded as the "creators of the electric in- the means of preventing a 4. Are bleaches and disinfec- next meeting on August 8 at 7:30:

dustry". It was named the Edison Pioneers. And Lewis tragedy in your home. tants out of children's reach? Yes p.m. at the Bellair ApartmentsGame

Latimer was one of its most distinguished members. Bathroom: No Room. ,
This will be of
Every time someone turns on an electric light, it 1. Are old medicines destroyed meeting special
Garage and shop: interest since Cdr. and Mrs.
becomes a memorial to a truly ingenious American. ? Yes No Doherty and Cdr. and Mrs.
2. Are all medicines out of 1. Are paints and solvents keptin
Demand will have information
reach of children? Yes No a safe place? Yes No
about the squadron's upcoming
3. Are powerful medications 2. Are safeguards kept on gasoline -
locked up? Yes No kerosene, fuel oil? Yes No deployment. A question and
session will follow.
4. Are bathroom disinfectantskept 3. Are insecticides, plant answer
Without Advertising You Wouldn't Know! out of reach of children?Yes sprays, and plant foods kept out For further information and
directions,please call Pat Sorrelsat
No
of children's reach? Yes No
5. Are poisons kept separate Listed below are substances 7728529.

from medicines? Yes No which have been ingested by Remember:
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chuaren. Check this list. MOW

SEPARATING MILITARYCOLLEGE many of these items do you havein there are babesin
your home?
Are they kept in a place that the woodS.

GRADUATES meet all safety requirements,

especially of child.safety?
And wildfiresfill

CAREER 1. Aspirin, 2. Ant paste, 3. their world

SEARCH Purex Plastic solvent, 4. Detergent with smoke

and flame
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Beginning Friday evening 6. Mouse seed (strychnine), 7. and- danger.:t
WEEKEND Fuel oil, 8. Kerosene, 9. Paint
July 27 in Jacksonville, Fla. thinner, 10. Warfarin (rat killer) Please be careful!


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(nicotine), 13.Children's flavored
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: aspirin, 14. Weed killer
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15. Iodine, 16. Reducing r 4
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18.Gasoline, 19.Glass fragments
Lendman Associates Is a cost-free career search firm LENDMAN ASSOCIATES

specializing In securing civilian employment for college will conduct a Career Search '20. Toadstools, 21. Furniture ." .
graduates separating from the military through a nationwide Seminar In Jacksonville on polish, 22. Stove oil,23. Sleeping '
Career Weekend system. Tuesday July 24 at 7:00pm In pills, 24. Carbon tetrachloride, .m:e
Career Weekends give you the opportunity to meet the Jacksonville Hilton. 25. Thyroid tablets.
prospective employers In a results-oriented environment. The purpose of the advertising contributed tot the public flood
Take advantage of your military background and secure a seminar will be to discusstoday's
management position demanding responsibility. lob market,effective
Beginning Friday evening, July 27, participate In Career lob search methods, salary BLACK AlDUS MR. ANUS
Weekend seminars and lob search panel discussions. expectations, the Career

Interview person-to-person with company representatives Weekend ..
approach etc. ITM
hiring for management and professional positions across the and to extend invitations to Fattwhi Mr epee fow...

country. those qualified to the July 27.

Following are some of.the more than 30 hiring companies 28 Jacksonville Career
that will be participating In the Career Weekend. Weekend.

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Arkwright Boston Industrial Nucleonics Prudential rr .' a -M MN
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Corning Glass McDonald's Union Carbide
FritoLayGeneral Mobile Homes Ind. Unljax'
Foods Owens-Corning Wachovia KEN
MORRIS TEXAS SIZE DRINKS
7723172n Now
Plan now to a" playing
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I Holy' Batwomen ( -Female Middies. ., _,Join.' .' ,_ VP-24: I

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'I' Jax The four minute of it. .1
women every future officers also flew on .
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Midshipmen temporarily several other local
In addition to a flight i to
assigned to VP-24 have ,
training flights and actually t
received their Indoctrination Iceland that gave tHem a
logged pilot time. ,'
training in chance to observe "
patrol ', {
large doses over the past squadron activity while on On days when they}/:; 'i":>
few weeks-and have loved overseas deployment, the weren't flying, ,thy;, ;, 1 1M
followed a training.,: (
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1 :;NEW SILVER BARS-Ltg(| ) John G. Eger receives his new"J.G." VP-24'S "BATWOMEN" get ready for another flight. Shown
bars from Cdr. Daniel Deman, VP-J4 Executive Officer, after being Washington University at (Left to Right) are: Veronica Finenan, Gayla Ambrose, Joanne
promoted to his present rank. Seattle. Fletcher and Robin Vidimos. .


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WHAT IS QUACKERY? The term "quackery" encompasses both
..'. people and products. The ."health practitioner" who has a "miracle
.'. cure" but no medical training is a quack. The drug or food supple.
ment promoted with false health claims is a quack product. The

machine that has impressive knobs and dials, but does nothing except A.l .
take money:! out of the pockets of the unsuspecting, is a quack device. .' t
Broadly, speaking quackery is misinformation about health.
Three types of quackery are common: false claims for drugs and
.cosmetics; Silly food fads and unnecessary food supplements, and J1: ,
fake medical de.vic:!!. Their promoters' interest is not to protect or c

restore., the consumer's health-but to separate him from his money. :. ,'
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QUACKERY IN DRUGS: This includes cures for baldness among ..... ( .
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men, 'which is incurable;. chemical "face peels," that produce new \\ "' '': .

youth but'may bring permanent disfigurement; "prompt relief" from; ;. \, t" .:. J 11j
colitis through laxatives which can seriously worsen this condition; .l < ,1' \bfr.' ;".
drugs that "melt away" fat without dieting-when 'dieting and/or ( ( : ;;1 ,. JcJt
exercise are the only ways known to medicine to reduce weight. Most
cruel and dangerous of all are unproven treatments for dancer, which I
rob the patient of the one element that can save his life-valuable J1V
time during which really effective treatment could still be admin.

istered., .
THE FOOD FAD: Contrary to what self.appointed "nutiition

experts". say, American farm land is not "depleted." Americans are
the best-fed people; in the world; diseases caused by dietary deficiencies < 3 ,
which once killed thousands are no longer encountered. The

.. need for vitamin, minral, or other food supplements for people who
have. deficiencies only be established by a physician. wADDING
DEVICE QUACKERY: The electrocardiograph records the actionof
Roberts of VP-49 is promoted to his present rank as his
TO THE UNIFORM-WO2 I Tony
the heart; a special gauge shows the blood'pressure; X-rays record
abnormalities within the body. But there is no machine which can wife, Gloria, pins on the new, collar device.

diagnose or treat different diseases by simply turning a knob or

flashing lights; no apparatus can reduce excess weight by vibration; '
no glove or bracelet can cure arthritis by radiation. Sometimes Heading For A 'Shakedown ?
quackery even involves legitimate devi es. It is practically impos

sible to get properly fitted eye-glasses or dentures by mail. order,
By CAPT.DAVE BATCMAN <(USAF< must undergo the shakedown if
for example.If goods or drugs are found duringa
a person suspects that he is the victim of quackery, there area What is a shakedown, why is shakedown, the evidence will requested by a security police
number of things he can do. it done and who authorizes it? be,turned over to the proper pros. man. If the individual refuses,
See his physician or inform his county medical society.Get First, a,shakedown differs froma ecuting authority for action. the security, police commanderwill
in touch with FDA at headquarters, 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville standard search'in that it does M importantly, the shakedown coordinate with the Staff
Maryland 20852. not have to be founded upon probable is based upon consent of the Judge Advocate and the search
Ask the Better Business Bureau about the reputation of the cause. It may include an individual 'concerned When will proceed at the scene or at security
promoter. .. individual and his personal ef-> someone enters an Air Force police headquarters.
fects. Mere suspicion is its justi base, he can't help but notice the Civilians who refuse will, at the
fication. Military men, civilian: large'postboard at the entrance to very least, receive a letter of
employees, and cilivian visitorsare every installation. These large, expulsion from the base com
JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION all subject] to shakedowns. easily readable signs advise those mander. A military member may

Secondly, shakedowns are, who pass by that their persons, be prosecuted under the Uniformed -
REPOSSESSION SALEWhy prompted by excessive theft or' effects, and vehicles .are ,subjectto Code of Military Justicefor
pilferage of government property search at any time on the base. disobeying the order of the
at a base,and are primarily aimed When an individual enters the base commander authorizingsuch
full price when you can,, get, .it for less? at recovering the stolen items. base, he thereby knowingly searches.
:-:::-::-:-::.::.:.::.:.!.:::-:.:::-::-::-:-:::-::-::,::-::-::-::.:.AY-.-sY- ::X::::::. :tIiIx,:S' .::.:ti:::V.NY A-::: :::::::::?;:*::::}SWrS t- Such items include tools, jacks agrees to permit search of his per- The shakedown itself consistsof
:::: and other equipment commonly and a inspection of the
son vehicle as a condition of cursory
MERCURY COUGAR :jij:::: 69 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL removed from the base in entry, thereby waiving Fourth interior of the auto,-the trunk and
Door Hardtop, new tires, PS, :?:: 2 Door Hardtop. ,Loaded! privately owned vehicles. Amendment protections; while on sometimes the engine compartment
R&H. $ Finally the base, commander
base. by an experienced security
$2495 :..1! $2125 who is charged with the safety Where' waiver of the constitutional policeman. If no' stolen 'government .
and security of his base and for protection is 'given in property or contraband is
:ft::: the protection of government return for extension of a privilegeto discovered, the auto will be
PINTO :::
." 71 Radio FORD and heater. ::::: 72 PONTIAC CATALINA property under his control, is the enter the base; the waiver is released to go on its way.
::::: 2 Door ,Hardtop, AM-FM, authority for shakedowns. less likely to be considered If stolen property or drugs 'are
$::13957o j Stereo, 'Naturally, some may ask, involuntary. Where the seizure of found however, the individualwill
:. tape player X-tra clean! "What about my Fourth Amend stolen government property is the be advised of his Article 31
.' INTERNATIONAL : ment rights against unreasonable object of the search and when the rights, if military, or Miranda

TRAVELALLAC { $349570'F search and seizure?" search occurs on public property, rights, if civilian. The suspect

Auto. trans., P$, PB, V-8 :S::: The government's interest in voluntary consent to search, is and his auto will then be takento
engine R&H. :: LTD recovering stolen property is more readily inferred than when security police headquarters
Heater. heavily favored over private a search occurs at a private home: 'under'escorf and'turned over to
AC, PS;' PB. Radio & "
$2295 1 is interests in this area. Such ran The base commander decides 'the proper authorities, if 'appropriate .

:: $1825 dom searches are not unreasonable how stringent' ,the ,controls, on-. ,.rafter; pompletion the
69 FORD MUSTANG }::r: invasions of private rights access will be. necessary documentation.
-Door Hardtop, PS R&H. ':: .. since' the primary'purpose is not If a person refuses to allow the Occasionally, privately owned
r CHEVY MALIBU the search for and seizure of con search upon request at the gate tools and equipment may be

$1495 r AC, AT, PS, Radio & Heater. traband or stolen goods to be usedas he will, in most cases, be: denied seized because of close resemblance
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$1395 but rather the recoveryof instructed to leave. owned tools and equipment
r t ..., "71. MOB CONVERTIBLE. ; . stolen, property. It is highly Once upon the base however, and because the individual is,
4 speed Sports Car ::: probable,:however. that if stolen or departure person'
upon the. unable to
F Ready to GO! R&H :: 69 FORD MUSTANG 'COBRA prove purchase or own.
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; 4 speed trans.,* PS 'R dT F'&'' ; I .. ership.FRIENDLYRELAXED&.
$1895 Heater; "'
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70 PONTIAC r tMAVIS RUSSELLat
AM Loaded! ; :
QUIET
Trans ATMOSPHEREUMItU'ilHIIHHIItlllllltmtllllHIHIMII
..*-"* at the piano bar
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$2495 72 VW DOOR SUNROOF"Super.Beetle" "r
L4H. :.LOCATED
l'.' .. X-tra.. clean!" ENTERTAINMENTNIGHTLY CECIL FIELD FOR
N.A.S.
',' 69 OLDS '442'. ;::: $1995 L CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,

PS, Radio and heater. ::: --.. :.::::::::::::::'.:::::::::::: ::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::; : SHOPPING CHURCHES AND
;.. ',-, AREAS
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OJ 69 VW 2DOORFASTBACK 'per .
person
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6'00
: $1495CON. \ Radio & Heater... FOR SERVICEMEN dOuble occupancy -t, Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.
r, Entertainment ., Turn South 2 Blocks
69 Nittly Quarterdeck
I Lounge I. DIne at Seafood
Bistr's
VERTIBLE f, $1025 Restaurant 250 Btautlful Room with TV; Direct Dial Phone, Olympic Past Forrest High School.
,Swimming Pool,. Free
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Undercover Parking. ,_ ._
PS, PB, Radio, tape player. : _

[r'i '. $1195 j ,COLONIALAPARTMENTS

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points
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Ads should be mailed 'arrlve not later than 'I
TueSday for
arriving too late for this deadline will be published publication the following Thursday. Ads
the ;
strutted otherwise. A check or following week unless the pUblisher Is In.
money order for the cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy.

RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines) ...$2.00 Per .
additional line ((4 words per line) ...SOc
Mail.to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4741SAN JUAN ,July 19 Alain Delon and Marianne Faith
AVE.,JACKSONVILLE Milfl J JIJ"r NAS: "WHATEVER HAPPENED ful. "R" ((92 min.)'

FOR SALE TO AUNT ALICE" HOSPITAL: "BLACK GUNN" t.c

I 'MJr.;'". .;:" .... <. ..1. :.gilt' ) 1973 7Vi H.P. Boat-Motor, water : : t r 1 Melodrama, Starring Geraldine
:
cooled, ran only 3 hrs., also gas can, Page and Ruth Gordon. "PG" ','
TEMPORARY JOBS price 1752646094. (101 min.) Sunday,July 22 .
FOR NAVY WIVESAll BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY
office skills needed. Long and I97JWELLCRAFT Used VW'3 compacts, other foreign NAS: "LADY CAROLINE ;

short assignments. No fee. We Pay 185 alr-slot, 150 H.P. Mercury Out. makes. Astro Motors 6566 Normandy LAMB" Historical Drama
Blvd.
You. board, lust 20 hrs., tandem trailer, 781-4978. HOSPITAL: "TRAVELS Starring Sarah Miles and John :;

XTRA HELPERS-396-S188 $4150, many extras and ski equip. 772- 'IMPALA WITH MY AUNT" Comedy Finch. "PG" (123 min.')

9203. 350 engine,with AC, PB, PS and radio. Adventure Starring Maggie HOSPITAL: "NAKED UN. ..
MOBILE HOME SALESMANHigh 784-3341 after 5PM. Smith and Alec McCowen. "PG" DER LEATHER" .;

pay, short hours, part-tlme. AKC REGISTERED IRISH SETTER ((109 min.)
Apply in person, Mobile Home PUPS 1955 DATSUN STATION WAGON

Brokers, 5887 Roosevelt Blvd. 6 weeks. old. Champion Breed, 3847274. $250.Breeding., 244-9870 or 772-3531, Ask for Mr. Monday,July 23 ...1

NAS: "KILLERS" Drama
,
Friday, July 20
SECURITY GUARDS MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS NO CASH NEEDEDNOCREDITNEEDED NAS: "BLACK GUNN" Action Starring Lee Marvin arid Angie

RETIRED MILITARY WELCOMEDThe Surfboard, Portable Typewriter Drama Dickenson. "PG" (95 min.)
Starring Jim Brown
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Womens Golf Clubs, E2 and up, 18 yrs.or older. and
Jacksonville, Fla. Branch has Immediate Black Lite, 38 .7274. w-Extra Woods, We can sell you a car and get complete Martin Landau. "R" ((97 min.)
openings In Its security force. financing arranged. 3534575. HOSPITAL : "LADY

Must be In excellent physical condition CAROLINE LAMP" 4-
& undergo strict security Investigation HORSESFORSALE 1t44 BUICKWILOCAT HOSPITAL: "WHATEVER
& fire arms qualificationtest. Pleasure, Barrel, & Walking horses. Loaded, good transp. HAPPENED TO AUNT ALICE"
Salary $6700. per year with 10 Moving must sell. 7719119. $250. 7729203.
Tuesday,July 24
shift differential for
percent night

work. Excellent company paid 8 4U<< """ "illlM, .. .. :"1ST>, ATI'ht. ,,,,,*..j t AC, PS'71, CHEVELLE Vinyl top, new MALIBU Saturday,July 21 NAS: "COTTER" Drama
tires,
benefits. Uniforms & equip. provided new Starring Sherry Jackson and Rip
brakes, $2500 NAS
,
Call 784-6572 : "NAKED UNDERLEATHER"
& cleaned at no cost. For Informationcall WE BUY ft SELL EQUITIESCall P.M. after 5 Torn. "PG" (90 min.)
354-8211, Ext. 211, 8:30.: ::30 P.M. us for quick service Drama Starring HOSPITAL: "KILLERS"
Mon.-Fri.An equal opportunity em. Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. 1913YAMAHA6S0Saddlebags
ployer. 4543 Wesconnett Blvd.
Sissy bar and pad Crash I .
771-3052
737-3844 bar, two helmets. 3,500 miles. '
MECHANICALLY INCLINED Showroom condition, Call I 748.8742.
Want 2 men with previous mechanical TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE PHONE

experience to train as foreign car Two, up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile '66VW BEATLE, FAMILY PET .. .. 264-4586. .
radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to Orlg.ownr. 42,000 mi. $700. "' J" fc '.. .
mechanics and 1 man to train as parts 772-2133 or '"f ... .
counterman under Proiect Transition.Top $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far 7713941. i
below near-future ."
pay after completion of transition values. Call Art ,"
training. 389-1644. Laughrun, Ret. Navy Chief 389.5514, 19S2MGTD CLASSIC '
Eve 7717441. Good running cond., $2500. or best
WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA Offer, 772-8487 Now YOU can install you own in-ground ,..

CORRECTIONAL OFFICER I Realtors SpecialistWE .. .
$7,224.48 annually, 40)hour work week, '71 PONTIAC CATALINA MARK SPITZ SPARTAN

time and half for over 40 hours, age 21, BUY EQUITIES AC, Power Disc Brakes, PS, $2,000. or
male, no experience necessary OJT Louise T. Bailey best offer 78&.4398.'t01Ct. SWIMMING POOL.

approved for qualified veterans. Broker 771-3405

FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISOR SAVE MONEY... ,
(Correctional Officer I) $7,224.48 CALL A SHIPMATEJoe ,
annually,40 hour work week, time and Ropiak (RET Navy) r
half for over 40 hours, age 21, male Licensed Real Estate Salesman i. ,OR we install... -".' -.. S
experience necessary OJT approved. : .
Representing
MEDICAL TECHNICIANS .'. (let us show you) .
Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors 0'pcZI .\
$7,224.48 annually hour work week, Home 781-7715 Office 771-9513 (your 'hbor our tech)
'Ime and half for over 40)hours, age 21, BID .
male, experience necessary. IN REAL ESTATE MATTERSCall
688 KINGSLEY AVE
VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR III Wayne Shrum
$7,997.04 annually areas plumbing and Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors ORANGE PARK, FLA .

electrical,refrigeration, 40 hour work 771-9513
week, HS diploma or equivalent and 5 NO DANCETHIS
years experience necessary. SPACIOUS HOME
CONTACT Personnel Manager, 3BR., Home, w-Ig. FR., 11B., Fncd.

Florida State Prison, P. O. Box 747, yd., excel cond., only $18,500. SATURDAY
CH&A ,
StarkeFlorida 32091 '
3BR., IViB.: Carpets & Drapes, kit. !

_i ..W.t" '%-1 equip.Immaculate, lot 90'cond.X 200'. Immed. Poss. & JULY 21 AT THE... 'L ; :TAKE 1-295 ,


A recoraea message by JAMMES RD.
SCOTT EDWARDS Excel. Location, excel cond., 3BR., NORMANDY.
Tells you how to be aDISJOCKEY 2B., kit.fully equip., lust painted in & : DIRECT TO...
out. New roof. Total price $21,500. 1.NATIONAL I
Immediate Poss. \.,y' .
call 355-2944 any hour. Approved for }f
.
veterans. Columbia School of Louise T. Bailey \, .r.:::::=: ::Wz.: ::::::;? ::=:::=::::: *
GUARD ARMORYDue ..
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1 Broker 771-3405 .i(
Braodcasting. San Francisco. Not ::
:: aLVD.
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by NOR AND't /
( to Previous Booking) :::: ::
home study. HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER .
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3 Bedroom Home, Large corner lot. ::
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES OF JAX Children Swimming Pool. Rear lot

Fabrication In "nescreenlng, window fenced. Located Venetia Terrace. A Be with .us the W d '::#

screens, screen doors, patio & pool nice Home, Reasonable. Call 772-1294 ii.-:...
.
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enclosures, aluminum roofs & Carports for Appointment. next Saturday Nite
free estimates. Owned & WESTSIDE 1OJr. ;
operated by: Norman T. Abrams, III "
.5 ::
28 ti i
July CECIL :
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USN retired,Paul Tinney,2568 Edison 3 v :.
FIELD ;'I. ::
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Ave., 3841242. ORANGE PARK J ..1 :::: '1: .! ::::
2BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dishwasher for an evening of _Jilt .'.._ .... ,".';.. I III ....
LIVE CRABS Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth ;:: :\\\\\\\.V HAS

Wilford's Fish Camp Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS.. ROUND & SQUARE "-,'. ,. .:.: f ..,.,.<.....:--.v.....,............... ............JA".. ..............

244-9707 .; 1t. F'oI; ;'. ;

2BR., Furn., water, sewage & gar. DANCING ? ':.;;. ORANGE PARK ::::
AUTO AIR-COND.SERVICE bage, parking cars, small children, ::::::::::::::::-Z:::: :: :;:;::::::::::" '."'\i"-: :::
Room Units, Central Units, Tyler
o.k. $125. mo., Washer
small pets
Heating 8. Air Conditioning, 4711
Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161. $8.00, 387-2541 or 387-0744. The Bases and Orange Park are now only t

HOUSE FOR RENT-ORTEGA HILLS Q ) minutes away. Take 1.295 expressway to the

KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER 3BR., 2B., Central Heat & Air, $275. Normandy exit, then right l'/4 miles and one
10 Like New Take pymts. of $7.00per
up 3550264. ...
month. Rayfield's traffic light brings you toVOLKSWAGEN

6437 Wilson Blvd.,772-834 NEAR NAS *CECIL COUNTRYIt's

803 S. Edgewood Ave.,389-0494 1BR., furn. apt., AC, swimming pool,

$75.00 7710348.JUSTISSTRAILER.
GEOROE'SKENNELS a nice trip and so are the savings.
T "5' p
Dogs& Cats Boarded .
II ,
Pick-Up & delivery services since to the music of r
1925. Grooming, training & shipping.
Visitors welcome. BankAmerlcard 8> FLANK WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 near 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS Clean Modern Clay Claxtonand

.Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. trailer and apts. 3893007.

5085 Edgtwood Ct.,389-M44 the ComeradesFully INC.

TELEPHONE WAKE-UP SERVICECall WE BUY AND SELL Air Conditioned
7819248After5:30PM GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES
Phone 388-4419 Seating for 100 1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTH f

Paved Parking for 300 Cars TELEPHONE-S511

15 FT. BOAT
: 55 H.P.Chrysler Outboard,Walk thru COLONY MOBILE HOMES WO NORMANDY BOULEVARD
windshield, trailer, 2 old, $1500., Sales & Rentals, 9359 103rd St. ':
yrs. i '.
((1 mile west of )
Herlong Airport
i 264-9870 or 772.3531 Ask for Mr. Photostating and notary. service. Call

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\ By Philip C. Russell That answer implies that Mr. Jones is indeed,
f in, but he 'won't condescend to talk to certain
Using the telephone is such an ordinary,
every-day thing that we sometimes take it for people, and you may be one of them. The cor-

granted. Because the telephone is so impor- rect answer is:

tant, we should all sit back once in a while and "Yes; may I say who is calling please." And
take a good look at our phone technique. then Mr. Jones had better get on the line, or

Intelligent use of the telephone can save you he'll be on the callers' list.

/'. hours of wasted time, too. For instance, have In other situations you might say, "Yes, but
." he is in conference. I take number
May
"'". you ever talked to a party on the telephoneand a your
n ,- y.. found it impossible to hang, up? Thereare and have him call you right back?" The con-
Yf cures for this kind of ,telephonitis.When ference routine sounds rather formal, and you
," may prefer, "He has someone in his office
that the business at hand
i 1. you can see "
", has been transacted, and your caller is just right now
wasting time, try a 'positive disconnect' ap You might say: "Let me see if he can talk
proach. to you right now, and if he can't I'll have him
call right back as soon as he has a chance."
"Well, I'm glad you called to let me know
about that. It's been nice talking to you, John." One of the most irritating phone habits is
Combined with a firm, cheery tone of voice, putting a party on hold and leaving him for
KING TUT WAS SMART. He all his valuables locked when time. The
kept up this almost demands a 'goodbye' from John, long periods of sharp secretarycomes
he departed so "friends" couldn't steal them when he went away. You and leaves nothing but positive vibrations with back on the line every minute or so and
NAS Jax sailors might do well to follow his example-both with respectto him. apologizes for the delay. If it continues, she
securing valuables and taste In female companions. may, ask .if the party would rather have Mr.
"Oops, I've got a long distance call comingin
c Grasscutter Saves on the other line, John. I guess we about Jones return the call.
Boy Secretaries who recognize that their bosses
have it all I'll
I, wrapped up, anyway, so see you
sometimes forget to call back can establish
later. If have lines
Jax-A 13-year old Navy nearby when he spotted the boy this Bye.is you to work.two or more systems for reminding him. They might reach '
guaranteed
Dependent owes his l life to AA thrashing in the water, apparently one
calls
an agreement that they can place return
"Well, I guess there isn't anything more I
of
Norman Boczkowski, a grass in a state panic.
and connect the boss under specified conditions.
add I'll let back to work. This
can so you get
cutter assigned to Public Works. Boczkowski to the has in
came rescue One-upmanship no place telephone
the caller to
one really puts onus on your come
Tom Arnold was fishing at and brought the story to a happy v up with a real reason for wasting any more technique. Don't play the childish game of
Linda Lake the
Casa near spillend, except for one little detail- making sure that your secretary has Mr. Jones'
: way when he slipped and fell into Ms watch and wallet got wet. time.When recognize time-waster the on the line: before you get on the line. This
you a on
,\ the water. The youth's mother,
kind of nonsense can anger a sensitive>> caller,
phone, get your mental attitude set to deal
Mrs. Linda Arnold tried to reach
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fisherman's with him. First, be sure you hear and under-, and the boost it may give your ego isn't worth
J the boy with ,a fishing pole l but The lucky father is the result. < '
f with no success. AT2 Tom W. Arnold, attached to stand everything, important he says, so he
Boczkowski was cutting grass VA-15 aboard the USS Roosevelt. doesn't have an excuse to go over it all again. Some of the biggest names in industry an-
Second, listen closely for 'closing' opportunitieswhich swer their own phone. You're no better, and
allow you to close off the conversation they may be a lot smarter.

naturally and, finally, don't introduce new The phone amplifier is another possible
Without Advertising You Wouldn't Know! topics which give him a chance to chatter on source of irritation. Have you ever called some

and on. one who put you on the amplifier? You get
Getting people to call you back is another that 'talking down the rainbarrel' sound. and

necessary telephone skill. Thank goodness for you can envision your voice booming out to an
people who religiously call back all those who assorted crowd of amused spectators on his

,.. Custom furnish your own mobile home from our have left messages for them. end. If you want to use an amplifier to let
The best approach to a person who has failedto other people in the room share in the call, be
DISCOUNT FURNITURE STORE on the lot! call you back is this call to him: sure you do it for a reason, and ask your caller
; "My line has been busy for two solid hours, first if he minds.
Large Display of Double Wides, (
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12 Wldes and
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MARLETTE Sorry about that. This ploy puts the blameon there are a number of points to be covered,
: you, and allows\ your caller to avoid men- jot them down. In this way you can quicklyget
." .CHECKMATE'CONCORD tioning that he never did call you anyway., your business transacted and get off the
.; PEACHTREE Another solution is not to leave 'a number, line. This is doubly important if your call is
., but to keep trying yourself. This solution is long distance. '

for hard core cases who are. notorious for not There are a lot of other telephone, tech-
1 i answering their callbacks. niques. This, article hits, on a. few. Perhaps a
How do the people,in your office answer your .basic rule is ,"If you don't like it done to you,
I phone Do these samples sound familiar? don't do it to someone else."
-:.,.. "May I speak to Mr. Jones 1""Who's
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Making It Law. .A Achievement
' Long. Navy I

Medal Awarded
And Drawn Out.Process .
In a ceremony held in his officeon performed on the A7 weapons
1973, Captain D. F. system. His tireless efforts and
9 July
The
Navy's for
concern In 1972, the Navy, on. comments and recom- MOW, Commander Light Attack dedication In grooming aircraftfor
legislative affairs en- behalf of the Departmentof mendations. When those Wing ONE, NAS Cecil Field, transfer to deploying
compasses many things, Defense, supported a concerned agreed on the Florida, presented the Navy squadrons ,contributed
not the least of which is the bill for "special pay for bill's purpose, it then Achievement Award to AT2 materially to their being able to
general topic of Robert L. NELSON, USN. The deploy in a high state of
ap nuclear-qualified naval required approval by the readiness. His
award was based on his sustained operational
propriations. A rundown, submarine officers Secretary of the Navy. superior performance while numerous contributions to integrated -
'however, on how the Navy nuclear-qualified surfaceofficers The Army and Air Force serving as an Integrated Avionics avionics progress
acquires funds for a and certain were requested to com- Weapons System Team Leader in reviews brought about a quantum
specific program will help nuclear-trained Attack Squadron ONE SEVEN increase in the usability and
enlisted ment and approve the the A7 aircraft
FOUR from 8 March 1969 to 6 reliability of
the Navy's in "
explain part
members. Once contents of the bill. The November 1972. radar and weapons systems
the legislative affairs recognized as a need, a special-pay bill then wentto maintenance manuals. By his
process. proposed draft bill and the office of the Quoted in part, the citation exceptional professional and
read: technical abilities, Initiative,
Speaker Letter were sent Secretary of Defense for
Putting a Navy to "Throughout, this period, Petty leadership, and loyal dedicationto
the
spon- Navy's Office of permission to submit the Officer I1 'LSON consistently duty throughout, Petty Officer
sored bill through Legislative Affairs (OLA). bill to the ,Office of displayed .ceptional initiativeand NELSON reflected great credit
Congress is a long and The attached Speaker Management and Budget technical competence in his upon himself and the United
involved process which Letter explained the need OMB( ) for review and supervision of maintenance States Naval Service. .'
starts with recognition of for the bill, its purpose and approval.
the need for a bill's cost. Upon OBM approval, the
passage, moves on to Secretary of the Navy
numerous approvals and OLA then sent the signed the Speaker Letter
revisions, and finally proposed bill to pertained and sent it and the bill to
culminates with departments within the the Speaker of the House;
Presidential approval. Navy, requesting their another Letter went to the ,-
President of the Senate. _t s
After being introduced into P. 55i

..... ,- Congress, the bill was then
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M 'u, '' referred to a special .
Congressional committee.The .
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mittee to a subcommitteewhere held. t >:1",31 : : 'I
t : hearings were .
At these hearings, wit- ) r-
r irr nesses testified both for Captain D.F. Mow, COMLATWING ONE, presents the Navy
Achievement Medal to AT2 Nelson.
Y 11111I
; and against its passage..
The bill wa,then reported'out I
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f I l (II, Congress where it was

r r voted on.Congress. passed_ the 'Lou Webber"YOUR

measure, referred to as an TIRE EXPERT"
a enrolled bill, and.sent it to
the President for his Gives You FREE
signature. The President

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Naval appropriations are approved. making it a public law.ECOLOGY Purchase of Any

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In this era of tight budgets, many which were ordered closed or par service assignment or your job-is two-family dwelling which you less the amount of outstanding which the I'
individuals in the Department of tially closed or were ordered to ended as the result of the closureor both owned and occupied at the mortgage balances -
I Defense both military and reduce! the scope of their opera reduction, or if you are trans time of the announcement Government will take over If the
Federal employees may be tions. ferred after the closure or reduc- transfer, or termination of outstanding mortgage balancesare
of the
affected by installation closings Limits tion announcement and the posi employment. In general, a traileror greater than 90 percent
\ or a reduction in the scope of their Not all closed installations are tion which you formerly occupiedwill mobile home will not qualify prior fair market value, the
1 activities. covered by the law. The close- be eventually terminated by because it can be readily removed Government will take over your .
.
If you fall into this category, down order must have been the action. from the basic property. property and your mortgage
) \ there is a Department of Defense announced after November 1, You may also qualify for The law permits certain liabilities but it will not give youa

program which may aid you In 1964 and the reduction in scopeof homeowners assistance if you benefits if your property has cash payment. You may, under
4 your time of need. operations order on 'or after were transferred from the Installation decreased in value because of the certain circumstances be required -

: It comes from a law passed by October 28,. 1969. And the (or had your employmentended announcement of closure or to give evidence that you
the Congress in November homeowner must submit an as a result of a reduction- reduction so that it cannot be soldon tried to sell the property to others
1966-Public Law 89-754 Sec- application not later than three in-force) within the six months "reasonable terms." Local before offering it to the Govern-

tion 1013, as amended-which years after the announcement of prior to the announcement or if market conditions will be deter- ment;
authorizes the Secretary of the base closure or reduction you were transferred from the mined by the Government.
Defense to provide financial helpto action.As installation on an overseas tour Benefits I to be paid back for losses you
eligible homeowners. These a Serviceman or woman ora unaccompanied by dependents There are three ways you'can have incurred or will incur as a
individuals must be serving or Federal employee you may within 15 months prior to the be assisted. You must make the result of the foreclosure of a

employed at military installations qualify for this assistance if yourI' announcement.At decision of which one to use. mortgage on the dwelling. If the
the time of the announcement You may chooseto lenders have foreclosed on the

,transfer,or job terminationyou take a cash payment to property you may be reimbursedfor
must have been the owner- cover part of your losses resulting amounts you 'paid out as a
I' IF YOU ARE A occupant of the house or you from the private sale of the dwell result of the foreclosure.This pay-
must have left it after being ing. If you have sold your dwelling back may include (a) direct costs,
ordered into on-post housing dur- the amount to be paid to you of the foreclosure and expenses
J VIETNAM ing the six months before the cannot be more than the differ- and liabilities enforceable under
announcement. ence between(a)95 percent of the the terms of the loan agreementfor
'0 fair market value of the property the house, or (b) debts estab-

: VETERAN. Finally to qualify for assistance before the announcement and(b) lished against you by a Federal
.. you must relocate be the fair market value at the time agency. If these debts have not
yond a normal commuting dis of the sale (or the actual sales yet been paid, the ,Governmentmay .

tance from the dwelling for which price-whichever. is higher); pay them on your behalf. .
assistance is sought or be unem- to sell your house to the
'
THE :
VETERANS ployed involuntarily and able to Government. If you choose to sell How To Apply

demonstrate such financial hard yourdweJling to the Government, Obtain a copy of "Applicationfor
; OF FOREIGN WARS' ship that you are unable to meet the amount to be paid to you can- Homeowners Assistance,"DD
your mortgage payments and not be more than 90 percent of Form 1607,1 Jan 72 and answer
related expenses. the fair market value of the property completely each part which
WANT YOU Your resident must be a oneor before the announcement, applies to you.
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\ A recently released study of of Defense (by comparison the staff sergeant level, or above.

: ... retired uniformed services personnel -, Department accounted for 52 per. .' About '57' percent of the
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1 !;..' shows that 77,655 military 2 million). In' percentages re positions (by'' comparison, about
l retirees are serving in the Executive tirees made up 5.7 percent of 67 percent''' of all the'employees
Branch of Government.The DOD's workforce and 1.4 percentof in these agencies were in GS Positions

WESTSIDE TOYOTA INC.JACKSONVILLE'S study was prepared by the other a enccs.( ); another 39 percent of the
U.S. Civil Service Commission in Enlisted retirees outnumbered retirees were in wage system jobs

I NO.I IQUALITYQRiENlEOSMALLCAfiiDEALER I response to a request from Rep. former officers by more (the comparable figure is 23 per-*
David N. Henderson (D-N.C.), than 3 to 1; the percentages were cent for employees generally, in

I I Chairman, Subcommittee on 76 percent former enlisted per these agencies).
Manpower and Civil Service, sonnel and 24 percent former
Of retirees in GS positions 12
House Committee on Post Office officers (including warrant of-
$2679 P.O.E and Civil Service.Of ficers). percent were in GS-13 and above
f 73 Corona 4 Dr. $1998 P.O.E. $2589 the military retirees 72,087 Eighty percent of the retirees (by comparison about 13 percentof

4: :: 73 IEasat. -.P.O.E. were identified as receiving military were regulars and of these 94 per all GS employees in these f'
; in the
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retired and
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;; Hi Lux Pickup of the others are receiving sonnel. Of the 20 percent who grades). While retirees made up
I veterans' pensions. This was were non-regulars 94 percent 3 percent of the total GS employee

about 3.9 percent of the total were formerofficers. In all,a little population they made up 2 percent -
workforce. less than 5 percent of all retirees .of the supergrade popula
j fem. Below is a summary of highlights -, were retired regular officers tion. Almost half the retirees in
''i included in the study: (about 3,500). GS positions were in GS-9
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Sixty-four percent of the
BUY NOW. Eighty-one percent of the
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1 major and lieutenant colonel about half of all retirees had pay
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.: '' tel .1!-, 1"1', r .:, .*..', looking youths thumbing a''' It is so simple to pull over' 'tora /:: .' ,;: .

Every year the headlines are ride. Maybe they were en route'to person hitching a ride. A man 'ft1"

full of them.A school or work. Maybe they of the road can present a pathetic >:

man was found stabbed to were going home. Who knows? sight. Standing on a roadside, OCTOPUS in the seaweed No, look again! It's a pair of happy
coeds turning cartwheels in the sand. Photographer SP4 Leon O.
death in his own car on a seldom- At any rate, the Serviceman arm extended, inhaling exhaust Griffith Jr. now stationed at Kai enlautem, Germany caught them

used roadside. picked the pair up in his station fumes of passing vehicles, cavorting on the beach in his hometown, Pensacola, Fla. earlier

Another person was robbed and wagon. clothes and hair whipping in the this summer.

severely beaten and his auto was After turning onto a freeway, wind and weather, the hitch

stolen., other motorists saw the man's hiker appeals to many well-
meaning motorists.The .
A woman and mother of two lay vehicle suddenly swerve into a
mentioned above
cases are
in in hospital for nearlysix rail and abutment. sdcWt warehouse
a coma a guard bridge certainly few and far between. B gigantic
months before regaining con- The Serviceman's inten-
good
But they do happen. That is the
sciousness.And tions cost him severe head tragedy. Some individuals will clearance

the case, list goes on. injuries when one or both of his stoop to any level to make a mock- summer

These incidents and too many riders hit him with a metal bar. ery of what little human decencyis

others like them occur because When the vehicle stopped, the left in people. m GUARANTf 5
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M ADS Underway This Week'

Jax-The Atlantic Fleet but Randy Johnson of VW-
(Jacksonville Area) 4 fell to Phil Messier of VP-

,,I Tennis Tournament got '45 in 6-4, 6-1 sets.
underway Monday with 15 Kenneth Home and
i men from six commands Reinaldo Pizarro came
;\ competing for both the from the Naval Facility on
singles and doubles 'Eleuthera in the Bahamasfor
crowns and the right to the tournament but
compete in theCinCLantFlt they both lost as Horne fell
I Championships to be heldat 6-2 and 6-0 to Bill Martin of
.EIEEr
NS Mayport July'2327. VP-49 and Pizarro fell 6-0
The first day of com- and 6-0 to .Gary Miller of
.-t petition saw King Bond of VP-49.
VP-16 drop Richard The only other match
+ Johnson of FAW-11 6-2, 6-3, played Monday saw
while another VP-16 Merwin Sigety of FAW-11
f \ ; \ I It contender, Bob Jester, fell drop D.A. Edwards of VP-

t r; r.'t to G.s. Roemer of VW-4 by 49 6264..
scores of 6-4, 64. Richard Bultman from
,I.i 0 VW-4 found themselveswith CLAW-I is also competing
': r another winner when in the tournament but he
; L.J. Jackson downed W.B. drew a bye in the first

Griener of VP-49 6-3, 6-2, round.

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7 Jax Rester Bryan of Hospital's Fast-Pitch Softball .
team saved his best pitching performance of the regular
season for the end of the season.

Bryan buried a perfect game at the VP-16 team. No
tx one from VP-16 reached base during the game as Bryan
held them hitless, didn't give up a walk and his team-
mates backed him up with flawless fielding.

' Bryan has pitched perfectgamesin his career,before,

: ._ ._ RELAX-FIND WHAT YOU WANT *.. :,. t/r By Reading and Using the Want Ads Y I. his best performance for last, but for when it counted
most. The 9-0 win enabled his team to tie FICEUR for
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: : ':' first in the "A" Divison.
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Ads your marketplace, all you do is place your ad and wait ,';
for the phone to ring (and ring it will), or sit back and enjoy reading TOUCH FOOTBALL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETINGJax
I !the Classified Ads, then phone for an appointment to see the advertised An organizational meeting for the Intramural
items. Want Ads do the work and quickly! Touch Football season that-is now close at hand will be

. ." held on Wednesday, July 25, at 9:30: a.m. in the Athletic
" OfficeinBldg. 563. All-units and commands interested in

-", >\';, .... participating should have a team representative at this
JUST CALL... ,meeting. The season is scheduled to start on August 13.

FOOTBALL OFFICIALS MEETINGJax
, An organizational meeting 'for all personnel
i387-3566b interested in officiating during the upcoming intramural
football season will be held at'12 noon on Monday, July
F 23 in the Athletic Office in Bldg. 563.

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I Two National LeaguersIn INTRAMURAL Jax Navy Splits


Slow Pitch FinalsJax SOFTBALL ')


.. The FICEUR and finals through the winners STANDINGSFAST With Cecil FieldJaxThe
Communications Slow-Pitch bracket as a result of downing
Softball teams made their way VP-24 11-9, NDRC 10-5 and PITCH
through the playoffs and into the Communications 10-9. FINAL STANDING"A" Jax Navy Fliers ended the inning with a strikeout. "
finals but the results of their Before Communications was Division Softball team split a The Fliers also had a tough ,
encounter were not available as dropped into the losers bracket FICEUR W L doubleheader with the Cecil Field time trying to get a man across
the Jax Air News went to press. by FICEUR, they had beat GSE HOSPITAL 18 6 team last weekend to bring their the plate and,weren't successfuluntil
16-11 and VP-49 8-7. After losing VW-4 18 6 season record to 14 wins and 17 the bottom of the seventh \
The two teams played on to FICEUR they dropped VP-24 MATSG 17 7 losses when Cliff Collins RBI single iJ
Tuesday night and if Com by an 11-6 score to win the right to FAW-11 x 14 10 The first game of the saved the Fliers, from extra in
munications won that game, a second chance at FICEUR. VP-16 13 11 doubleheader went to Cecil Field, nings. 'J
another one would have been The playoffs were originally SPECIALS 914 14th 3-2. Cecil started things off The winning run came In when ,
necessary on Wedesday since scheduled to end last Friday but 5 19 quickly by scoring what proved to Cliff Murry singled, moved to ':.
both teams would then have one VP-24 was involved in the semi- 4B"Division beau l their runs in the first inning second on Terry TUcker's j
loss apiece in the double finals and couldn't play at their with back to back singles, a walk sacrifice, advanced to third on J
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elimination tournament. designated time because of NARJAX and a double. Dan Ramsdale's single and ';'
FICEUR made its way into the operational committments.FastPitch VP-49 17 7 The Fliers came back with a scored on Collin's single The
MARINE BKS 12 12 run in the fourth on Cliff Murry's Fliers had been held to only one
10 14 homerun and one more in the hit until the seventh inning.
FASOTG
Playoffs AIMD 10 14 fifth on Jim Boyette's run scoring This weekend the Fliers will
VP-45 6% 17th double. That proved to be all for travel to Patrick Air Force Base

617/ the Fliers, however, as they for doubleheaders on Friday and ISaturd \.
Underway This Week game.managed only one other hit in the y.SitS .

After being tagged with the
Jax The Intramural Fast- today at Enterprise field include *. : first game loss, Tom Tenhagencame
Pitch t Softball playoffs got underway two losers bracket C viv e.to
games at 5 and back in the second game to
Tuesday with FICEUR, 7 p.m. and a winners bracket pitch a two-hit shut-out and pick
tile
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participating from the "A" be only one game at 6 p.m.on the roughest inning
Division and NarJax, VP-49, new field. March came in the seventh when he
Marine Barracks and FASOTG walked the first man, struckout
participating from the "B" The semi-finals will be played
of Dimes the second man and then gave upa
Division. Monday at 6 p.m.on the new field single. He then retired the next
with the finals scheduled for rrff
two batters on a groundout and
.
All tie games that went un- Tuesday at 6 p.m. on the new This$PAC(CONT.I.YTCO.v TN.PYaS.N.
finished during the regular field. If an extra game becomes
course of the season in the Fast- necessary it will be played on
Pitch leagues were played off last Wednesday at 6 p.m. on the new
week and as a result Hospital tied field.
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By Tom McGuckin

\ SLOW PITCII OFFICIALS WANTED TWENTIES
TOP
1 The Marine Barracks keep Personnel interested. in officiating
marching on staying undefeatedin Touch Football for the BOWLERS NIGHT
CASINO
the second half they beat VA. forthcoming intramural program @
82, 11-6 on Monday nite. Medical may contact Chief Wurster at Emiliano Alcoran 218-184-202-604 .
chalked up a pair of wins starting ext. 567. Clinics will commence 7 Frank Long 192-205-180-577 ( Special Priced Drinks .

., out with VA-15 and setting them August 1973 at 1100 in the station Dick Geselbracht 199-222-156-577 Entertainment ',
down 5-4, then followed it up witha gym. Charlie Pierro 200-170-194-564 .-
victory over NAMTD 14-3. VA. 2nd HALF 1973 INTRAMURAL Brown 130-220-179-529 'h' Gambling ..< r'-t.- ; '. '
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45 on a hitting spree took AVOW Sports events for the second Bill Carter 168-182-177-527 Door Prizes
13-4.On Thursday nite BEQ half of the 1973 Captains Cup Bert Delacruz 180-168-173-521 : "
hit the winners column with a Program consists of bowling, Bill Frede 140185195520Dave Auctions thruout evening

victory over NAMTD 20-10, and basketball, football, golf, squash, Fwls 142-190-186-518
PERSON
$1.50 SandwichesDonation
VA-174 still undefeated downing Softball fast and slow pitch, Bob Anderson 165-169-174-508 *
VA-45 73. The play-offs betweenthe volleyball and table tennis. Angel David 180164161.505 to Naval (Dine Before coming)
Aviation Museum
two leagues will be a one Bowling and ,Softball are Bill Harden 160-167-177-504
game play-off and 1st and 2nd currently being played. Comingup

half winners will meet in a best of in August will be golf and ."........................................m....'.'.............."......................'..............................."................... HD
three play-off following the 6th football. Handball will start in c::::.::::::::::
Naval District Tournament. table tennis in October
September, -
,.i. FAST PITCH: In fast pitch ac and Volleyball in ,. NWCA 121 NEWSThe ]
lion,only two games were played November. Also in November fv\1 1\I tTAR ..
due to deployments. VA-45 put Basketball season will be getting erct I --
down 12.2 and AMD
Supply
underway. club's last business Cross Volunteer services,and the
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toppled undefeated VA-37, 70.) dates and meeting
Starting
meeting had an extra nice sur- need for more volunteers here at
STANDINGS-SLOW PITCH times will be mailed to each prise as it was a visit from 121's the base dispensary and the Red
GOLD BLUE activities Athletic Officer. founder Sandy Slate. We were all Cross Office etc.
Marines 4-0) VA-174 3-0 Further information concerning very happy to welcome back 121 would like to remind
Medical 2.1 VC-2 2.1 these events may be obtained by Sandy,who helped a great deal in everyone that they will be having
VA-15 2-2 VA-105 1.1 calling the athletic office. at ext. getting the club started back in another one of their good SloppyJoe ( ILfMCf1)11U-
BEQ 1.2 VA-45 1-1 498 BOWLING STANDINGS CO- 1968. A few months ago the club Sandwich sales this month.
VA-82 0-1 AV-ORD 0-4 NATIONAL LEAGUE awarded her the Founders Pin. The sale will take place on July 31 e> -
NAMTD 0..1BEGINNERS AIMD 45 -11 During the meeting the club at 10:00: a.m. in VA-45's hanger.So .
GOLF LESSONS Admin 35% -20V4 voted on the new local bylawsand come and say hi and enjoy a
I Special Services will sponsor CPO 35H -20V4 standing rules. good hot sandwich. IK
I free golf lessons commencing 24 Marines 35 -21 'The next meeting will be held w
July 1973 for five weeks. Classes Dental 32 -24 July 24 at 9:30: a.m. in the club
will start at 0930 on this date. AIMD Staff 32 -24 room located upstairs in building
Anyone stationed or homeportedat BOQ 31- 24.Meetings are open to all Navy,
NAS Cecil Field are eligible for Comm., 31 -25 Marine and Coast Guard wives of
this class,dependents 12 years or GEMD 3026 active or retired men. The
older are also invited to attend. CLAW-1 2828 program for the next meetingwill
Clubs and balls will be furnished. NWSED 2333 be a representative from the WAG Ga.L.INGGOVeRNMeNrGUf
Interested parties may -registerby AIMD No.3 15 -41 Red Cross who will speak on all calling Mr. Stott at ext. 245. Weapons 12 -44 the different services they haveto
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Commodores Win .. ... ,";5
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Late Chargers Finish Second ,1 t ',. ,: ,1

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Jax The Commodores of aresultof the biggest games and ... .
NDRC won the NAS Jax In- sets in the bowl-offs. The Bonipacio Alcafaias was the
tramural Bowling Championshiplast game was turned in biggest big gun for the Splitmakers when VP-24 )
week when they finished Tracki!of the Late Chargers by when Ron he rolled a 232 and a 209. Mike j? ;,

their 12 bowl-off games with & he rolled a 245. He also rolled Vickers rolled a 223 and Tom ">.
total of 10,868 pins. 200. a Juskiewicz rolled a 203 for ': .f

Their total was good enough to The'largest set of the bowloffswas NarJax to help move them from
beat the late charging Late turned in by another Late their sixth place spot in the :1
Chargers from 679th who moved Charger Foard Parsons. Parsons second round to fourth. Joe :
from sixth place in the first roundto rolled games of 203 and Casenza came up with Top '5's
221
a second place finish with a on the way to a 600 set. He also highest score in the last two 1
rounds
with his
213.
total of 10,808. rolled
a 572 set that included 229
a In the sixth and seventh ';10;'
The Commodores seemed to
game. Also
contributing to
the
have the lanes wired during the Late Chargers positions were two VW-4 teams :
last two rounds as they all came finish was Ernest second place with the Hurricanes in sixth witha t
up with big scores. Jimmy 208 game. Clayton with a 10,330 total and the Pin Busters ., e. ,''t
in
Cruthirds was the most seventh with a 10,251 total.
con- The Splitmakers from (3"r
sistent when he rolled a 214 in the O'Club finished third in the final the Jack McCarley was high man l
third round and followed that for the Hurricanes with a 205. -- .,
standings of the bowl-offs with a Paul ...'i
with games of 211 and 216 in the total of 10,780 pins while the the high Plaza scorers and Bill for Read the were Pin ; ;}f ; 1,
fourth round. George
Carper fourth and fifth t
place spots were Busters with games of 205 and 202 .. :'1J .
added games of 211 and 202 while separated by only one pin when respectively. \ '
Richard Beam rolled a 215 and the NarJax No. 1 team finished ,r. \f .- ,:
Finishing out the
standingswere ..
Fred Merry rolled a 204. with "
10,490 pins and the '5' f.
Top the Help team in eighth with !! ./
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The Late Chargers moved into team from .
FICEUR finished .
with
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second place in the last round as 10,489. with ;
10,110.
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BATMEN BALL TEAM RECOGNIZED-The"BATMEN BRAVES"received

recognition by their sponsor squadron,VP-24,after finishinga
Next Tourney At Nassau RanchJaxThe successful season in third place out of fifteen teams with a 10-4 recordin

the Normandy Athletic Association. From left front: Mark Peters,

NAS Jax Civilian Golf King ((75)); 3rd Flight R. Six month Kenneth Cavender, Vincent Thompson, Peter Christman; back row:
Robinson ((66)) R. Hess memberships are Coach Pete Christman, Phillip Thompson, Keith Bruce, John Wilson,
Association will hold its next ((67)), E. now available for prospective
Steve Nissen, Greg Sylvester and Manager Howard Thompson.: !
monthly tournament on July 2122at Elson (72)) ; 4th Flight J. members for$5.00.This half year
the Nassau Ranch Golf Club William ((70)), C. Reiter ((72)), H. membership does not include any
(Green Acres).Green fees will be Hogancamp ((76)). eligibility for annual events but
$4.00 and electric carts will be The "Competitive Play" all other privileges are still ex MOBILE HOMES$3995UP
$6.00. The entry fee will be $1.75 tournament now in progress is in tended. New members who wish
with the 1973 rules as contained in its second round with the com- to play in the Championship
each members rules sheets petition taking place at the Tournament in September and
applying. No starting times will Brentwood Golf Club.The second the Presidents Cup in Novembermay Sign of cf1i

be required.The round will conclude on August 5 do so, providing they + the goodneighbor.
so Association members are establish eligibility by paying the A..t ,
association's last monthly being asked to arrange their membership dues required for

. tournament,held on June 23-24,at playing as early as possible to the full year. PRIDEMORE INC..
the Park Golf Club avoid kind of confusion. .
Hyde provedto any With the year already half The American Red Cross
be a big success with a record Members who would like to know over, the Association is only 30 u.s.17N RTH

breaking 66 members par- who their next opponent is goingto away from its 1973 goal of __.....__4i'IiI"":'o GREEN PHONE COVE 284.577 SPRINGS
ticipating. Winners in this be in the "Competitive Play"can achieving 150 members.
tournament were as follows: 1st find out by checking in the
Flight -W. Geiger (70), J. Plew rear of the tournament book
((72)', J. Markle ((72)); 2nd FlightC. where the progression of the first .

Miller ((66), C. Cobb (69), D. division is shown. ., .' .' .
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