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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1973
Frequency: weekly
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Once again, a long weekend is directly ahead of us and

extra fun and enjoyment is the password. and why 1 i
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not!"!
As you prepare yourself and your family for this

additional time off, remember you won't be the only one
waterways or in fun places.
on. the highways,
Come tomorrow, literally thousands of people from

the Jax Navy complex will be taking to the highways or

waterways looking for an enjoyable time away from the

immediate area.
A thought comes to me. Why should we even leave

the Jax area? Why should we take to the highways on
extended journeys? With the beautiful beaches for

swimming, boat launching Facilities, plenty of fresh
,* t t'h11l3 and saltwater for fishing andto say the least, plenty of

4 w "night" spots, here, why take to the major highways?!
Not to take any fun or excitement out of your plans for

the week-end would like you to think momentarilyabout

Waiver this. .
Overpayment Eligibility Expanded
.Sirens in the night with people crying over one of

their lovedonesbeing hurt or even fatally injured. .
Wash-The law which them has been Another feature of the "
expandedto I know, "It couldn't happen to me! !
generally allows enlisted include officers, reserve new rules permits the Our graveyards are literally filled with "It couldn't ;

,personnel to keep money personnel and people who government to return to an happen to me" guys, but if you do venture out of the area I

the government has have already left the individual any arroneous for the holiday, here area few things to check before ;

inadvertently overpaid: Navy. payment already paid "hitting the road." .

The change in eligibilityis back to the government. In 1. How are the brakes on your vehicle? Do they work
other words, if an individual's -
Reserve Exchange outlined in SecNav properly?
Instruction 7220.38B of pay is being 2. Are your safety belts working? (use them)

Privileges Revised Aug. 9, 1973.Waivers docked because of over- 3. If traveling in a camper, is everything ,insiede
payments and his requestfor safely secured? How about your children who might,, be
Wash-The Defense
of indebtednessto waiver is approved, he
riding inside? Are they safe?
Department has revised be will be refunded the
the goverment can money
the 4. If pulling a trailer, are all of the lights working
recently-granted, granted under some circumstances already withheld from his ;
unlimited properly Is the trailer hitch in proper ,working order
exchange if the paychecks.To .
over-
privileges for member of payment through Is there a safety' chain attached between. the,vehicle t ..,I.tl "and, .
the trailer? ::
drilling reserve units. government error and be considered for ,
Only members of the there is no indication of waiver, requests must be 5. If'on the water in a boat, are all of the required' .

Reserves who are in a pay fraud or' a lack of good received within three Coast Guard safety regulations being enforced? ,

status will be authorized faith on the part of the years of the date the 6. Watch waterway speed signs and yield the rightofway -

unlimited privileges, and individual.In overpayment is when required.
then only on their actual discovered. 7. Be aware of the weather conditions'

drill days. the past, only enlisted 8. Most improtant,have fun and return to work. in 'one

Members in a non-pay personnel on active duty piece" Tuesday, Sept. 4. ,

status continue to have were able to request such .

only limited privileges, waivers of repayment. Scout Troop 131 Needs MembersJax '
generally for "con- Under the new rules, of- m wr '

venience" items. Neither ficers may request :The NAS Jax sponsored Boy Scout. -oop 131, is
group may shop at waivers, as can membersof r oow extending an invitation to all Scouters without a home
Commissaries.The the Naval Reserve'and Troop to join them.

original May 15 former Navy people. Only NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT An extemely! active program of camping and outdooractivities '

DOD Memo announcingthe overpayments of pay or IS.in progress, but lacks one ingredient. .
unlimited privileges allowances can be waived. Divine Worship Sunday 8.30: a.m. That ingredient is Scouts! '
mentioned only "membersof Travel or transportation at All Saints Chapel. Although the present roster of the Troop numbers in

reserve components." overpayments cannot. Church Divine School Worship 9:30:11 a a.m..m. at the thirties! only 12-14 boys have been attending' the

., ... All Junior Saints Youth Chapel.Fellowship Master meetings, according to PN2 Ray McConnel, Scout.
12:30: p.m. Senior Youth
AX, WS Fellowship 1:30: p.m. The Troop presently meets 7-8:30
__ Wednesday nights, :
Evening Worship 7:30
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at the Small Chapel. p.m.! topside in Building 726, on the corner. of".Birmingham
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper: and McFarland. ,.
distributed each Thursday at the U.S., Naval Air Station, Tuesday It is anticipated that
Senior Choir Rehearsal / a new location will be necessary
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a p.m. at Blag. 750 and shortly for the
private firm.All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Christian Science Service 8p meetings and a much larger area has been
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2. NAS .m. at the Small Chapel. made available. The new meeting place will be in
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.New Rosenthal Gym (Bldg. 513). .' .
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 NAVAL HOSPITAL For more information
Divine the contact
Worship 9:30: a m. on Troop Ray
or JIM. at St. Lukes. McConnel at 772-1091 ,
or 772-2579.
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made ., ,..' ,
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.. available for purchase use or patronage without regard to NATTCProtestant Worship "1.\'A'"*" fr % ">>.. ',. ,.
race creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser Service, 10:30: a.m. In
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Building 500.
.policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the CATHOLICSaturday
refusal to print advertising' from that source. Mass S p.m at
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries St. Edward's Chapel
concerning such should be directed to: '' Sunday Mass..m.. and 11
a.m. Dally Mass Monday,
Tuesday Thursday andFrlday11:30 +"; *- >siwLi .'/
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':*'.;'Jax-ShoplUting and burglary seen n to be on the uptrend'lately.. But
those with sticky fingers, beware. '
l' MARY----------JUST TRADED, A $100 A WEEK JOB I
FOR A $3 BELT.
i' Mary,age 19,was recently arrested and convicted of shoplifting.
Let her tell you about it in her own words. "It was like a bad trip. t L-L1r
Here I am with this stupid $3 belt I stuck in my purse..and I got
caught.And you wouldn't believe what they did next. + /
?;, 'They called the police I never thought they did that just for 1L t. i-
shoplifting. Now I've, got a record-met I
"My mother's so ashamed she won't even step outside the house. _
But even worse, my boss found out. Now I'm out of a job-the best I 1 1r
ever had." [Jflc
Mary didn't just steal from a store. Since shoplifters cause higher ,
prices, they take EVERYBODY'S money. v- : I
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Do you want to carry a police record the rest of your life like Mary?
Then: think twice before you pocket that item you didn't think anyone
would. notice.
The majority of shoplifters and burglers are-caught and arrested.
,, .These crimes are felonys and you will be punished for them.
Think of those you will hurt as well yourself. !I
Do you have the right to make your family suffer.for mistakes?
your
h FICEUR' CIVILIANS CITED-Capt. E.R. Sourbcer (Center), FICEUR C.O., congratulates theunit's
Why carry the title of a criminal and a thief the rest of your life?
civilian employees for the part they played In helping FICEUR win the Meritorious Unit
Commendation Citation. Shown (L.RJ) are: Elllas Mottley, Emory W. Dennis, Jimmy F. Begley,
Reecle Stein,James E. Davis,Jr.,Mary F. Hall, Capt.Sourbeer, David F. Lowery, Robert B. Parks,*
Latimer F. Williams, Samuel Colon-Velet.
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HappyAnniversary
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Jax-In a move designed to could ,include the number of DISCOUNT
reduce overcrowding in Navy previous offenses or the particular -
.correctional facilities, pretrial circumstances
confinement for Navy memberswho surrounding the individual's ...for MILITARY and CIVIL SERVICE PERSONNEL!
are charged only' with return to naval jurisdiction, the (Active' or Retired) .
'Unauthorized Absence (UCMJ message notes. 'I
Art, 86) and who voluntarily 'DurIng 1972 over""80 percent of Navy CULLIGAN'S
return. to naval jurisdiction, has the pretrial confinees in Navy
been eliminated. correctional facilities were Dental \ & \ WATER SOFTENERS

According to OPNAV Notice charged Absence. with Unauthorized _(_...._"""' : Call Howard A. Scott, 353-7551
1640,"moral rather than physical
restraint should suffice" to ensure The elimination of pretrail
,that the accused will be ,confinement in most UA. cases erpsi / CULLIGAN, WATER CONDITIONING ,
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for trial.! will reduce the. ,overcrowding atcenters 353-7551
.present 615 Dellwooc) Avenue Phone "
., s hmor l restraint ,would which hinders counselingand .' ,
involve placing'the Individual hi corrective rehabilitation ,.
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*restriction in lieu of arrest'status efforts, ,and will make the offenders :,' .,.f.. ""1 -t'.10.,',' ""',:.;>.J .
; and advising him of the con';. I available for general .
sequences of violating that work details'''where they, can be ,ql w
status. gainfully employed while '/
; Factors which would indicate awaiting disposition of their
need for pretrial confinement cases.

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.nlltted for an additional FOUR years of' Naval' Service. In a giving him a total of 17 years. CDR Floyd, AIMD Officer, _
11 ceremony held aboard USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CVA-67) ChltfWood the ceremonies.
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Attention ASE3 Michael Nelson". ,
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.' ; Disabled f. Top Jax Serviceman .

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, ,;' Jax-ASE3 Michael E, Nelson of AIMD has been,
RetireesJaxEligible "
selected NAS Jax Serviceman of the Month for July. h

Petty Officer Nelson is responsibility and works
service disabled assigned to Work Center 950 as a methodically and carefully to \

military retirees NOT on preventive maintenance produce accurate timely. 't 4.,
Veterans Administration com- technician for Ground Support results." ;.
pensation rolls should apply NOWto .* f Equipment. Cdr. Schoonover also cited '7
insure receipt of $150 annual His duties include servicing ASE3 Nelson as having "a high ';
clothing allowances on time. minor repair and inspection of all degree of iniative with a. .
Administrator of Veterans : types of Support Equipment. In progressive viewpoint. and sound '
Affairs Donald E. Johnson said addition, he serves collateral judgement." t..;
. checks will be mailed on or about ((11 i duties of issue and receipt of Although Petty Officer Nelson
Sept. 1, and pointed out that Support Equipment and general has been in the Navy only slightlyover

.._ retirees need not waive any watches with AIMD duty section two years, he has already

.. ,_ portion of military retirement 4.Cdr. received two special evaluationsand
",' pay to qualify. Richard T. Schoonover, two letters of commendation.'
; Annual clothing allowances are AIMD Officer, described AME3 For winning the honor, ASE3
.,:: : authorized under Public Law 92- Nelson as a "neat mild mannered Nelson will receive a gift certificate -
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, 328 for service disabled veterans petty officer of above average for dinner at the Can

.,. whose prosthetic or orthopedic competence. He is courteous, dlelight Restaurant, a trip to St.
,}". devices (artificial limbs, braces, pleasant and cooperative with an Augustine courtesy of |the "
,.j'.'> wheelchairs, itc.) tend to wear alert imaginative mind. Jacksonville USO,and a weekend' t tat

out or tear clothing.VA "Petty Officer Nelson welcomes a local motel.., .
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notified 61,000 potentially NATTC INSTRUCTOR RETIRES-AEC Jan K. Johnson, an Instructor 'f

;\. .: ..' eligible veterans shortly after the at NATTC's AE"A" School, is piped ashore after completing .
.. law was enacted,'and by the end 20 years of service. '
", .: of this year,. the agency; had """':"'..... .OPEN' .TO.......THE...N," PUBLICAP11'IQ.UE ........... .'W' ....................W >{., ,,

;' approved 47,500 awards.. Pinecastle Sailors : ,::.::: :; :': .''WAREHOUSESMALL .. ... .......'.:.,:..........':"..+:.::::.::!.:::'. .. ..,.1:
Johnson explained that
APARTMENT SIZE FURNITURE ;
military retirees ,should take
action regarding the clothing Aided By ExchangeJax MANY UNUSUAL THINGS
allowances because VA does not 1803 Hendricks Ave. Open Daily

maintain current records on The 150 people, assigned to the Pinecastle (Present this ad for special discount)

i retirees who elect military Electronic Warfare Range may feel isolated, but the

;I retirement compensation.pay in lieu of VA Jacksonville brighten their! Navy tour. Exchange has taken steps to LEAVE COMING UP? 1..

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AIRLANT Located in the Ocala National area, can select from the many your llJ@f1Ill@lJ/lIlP@Ji/ll fle
Forest about 100 miles south of items stocked. .
Jacksonville and 25 miles from The Exchange also boasts of a can provide the funds

HonoredFor the nearest town, the Range's "one man" gas pump with a Domestic Finance is. set up to make sure your ,!
"two by. four" cigarette and selection of auto accessories. money needs are handled the way you want them. '
toothpaste canteen has been Pinecastle's Enlisted Men's Call or come"in-we'll do the rest. '
Safety replaced by an attractive twentyby Club was recently assigned to the '.
forty-eight foot air conditioned'' Navy Exchange and is now being DOMESTIC FINANCECOKfOHATION ''
Jax-Naval Air Force
U.S. 4, _
store displaying many remodeled.The .
,Atlantic'Fleet has been selectedas necessities:and a few luxuries, EM Club has held Grand S.'WCf HIT, J
winner the Fiscal Year'1973 LOANS TO ttot \
CNO "Readiness too.With Opening ceremonies with Cdr.W. 8 OFFICES JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE
Award. ThroughSafety" its ties to the Navy Exchange J.Fordham Pinecastle CO; Cdr. 1100,1
complex here, the D. F. Springer Navy Exchange
to all AIRLANT
In
a message luxuries ,can be changed Officer Dan Cooper, Food
commands, Adm. Zumwalt said, frequently for variety and Services Manager; and Sam WESTSI0E TOYOTA I INC.JACKStiNVU.E' .
"It is a pleasure to congratulatethe
authorized patrons includingsome Gates, Facilities-Maintenance
Commander Naval Air Force dependents and retired Manager, doing the ribbon I I OBLITY
U.S. Atlantic Fleet winningthis
upon personnel from the surrounding cutting honors.
coveted award. ORIENTED SMALL CAR DEALER I
"The dynamic and agressive

aviation safety program of the $2679 P.O.E
AIRLANT units were effective -
very
in conserving assets and 73 Corona 4 Dr. $1998 P.O.E. $2589

maintaining a high state of : :: 73 Corolla P.O.E.
readiness. 11.i._ _. OHO 30 MILES KR CAL
"Most noteworthy was the 25 ; -- Hi Lux Pickup I

(percent) reduction in' the TRANSMISSIONGROUJLinG.JERHIHG 1
AIRLANT mishap rate ascom-
pared to FY 72.
"It is particularly significantthat I1,1, 1ThIIdt.!

of the seven years this award -
has been given AIRLANT has
received the award three times. BUY NOW...
This is no accident."
So .at r tj '>$: vgnCOMPLETE DEPENDABLE TOYOTA TRADE INS!
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Bai Fact-Warranty '" $2595
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TERRACE 71 COROLLA COUP AT, R&H ', SI"S'
710PELW4spd, R&H t. r $1595 .
Apartments I 71 COROLLA SW4spd., R&H SlstS'

71 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 cyl,Auto, R&H $1995 j
Pool.Patios Balconies AUTOMATIC ..T M O I/f. 71 TOYOTA COROLLA 2 dr..4 speed, Rah $1395 .t
WTW Central CarpetDrapes Heat&Air ALL LABOR PARTS* DATSUN 4 dr.,AT,AC, R&H $1895 i
Modern Kitchen Appliances GUARANTEED 69 VW FASTBACK AT AC R&H $1395
Laundry Room 6?TOYOTA CORONA4speed, R&H SlOtS .

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$115 up SPECIAL PRICE INGUJDE8 Used Car Phone 3896668 or 9 ; 1

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PAGE_JAX AIR NEWS-LATWWGER. _- .


I I Mrs. Austin Wins ,

P

i i I Jax Civilian Honor II} '1


\ Jax-Mrs' Carolyn Austin, were unresolved in the Resources *p 1 1t
Supply Clerk in the Receipt Management Office "Due to her
Control of the Supply Department *. excellent capabilitythe letter
'8 Control Division, is July's states, "she has researched and
Civilian Employee of the Month resolved 2,150 MIT transactionsfor \
Her duties include receiving, a total money value of
researching, processing and $494,844.48." ,
initiating correction of all unmatched "Mrs. Austin is constantly MPA TWIN G ,
(
public vouchers. called upon by her superiors to C II Ilk rlIREER "
According to a letter assist on special projects and
nominating her for the honor, problem areas outside of her \
"Mrs. Austin consistently per normal position SIlt
forms all phases of her position in "Her efficiency, 'can-o' attitude TEWRS 1 1.
an outstanding manner. willingness, cooperationand IDOl ism"PELICANS"
"She has reduced the unmatched her ability to maintain good I PATRUN tf.ONELlA( ;
vouchers substantiallyfrom working relations with other \
878 line items to a new low departments makes her a SET THE PACE-Eleven VP-4S "Pelicans" shipped over during the first month of
of five line items and$2.17 million definite asset to Receipt Control the squadron's deployment to Slgonella. Being congratulated by Cdr. J.M. Notarglacomo, VP-45 ;
I to $.12 million through her hard and the entire Supply Department skipper, are (Front Row L-Rh) Unit Counselor ADR1 Garland, ADCS P.E. Nadeau, Cdr. :;
work, persistent nature and Notarglacomo, AMCS K.E. Nicklos and Unit Counselor AMHC C.F. Perez. Back Row (L-R): AWl ;
her thorough knowledge of In addition to winning the C.D. Carter, PN2 G.L Andrea, ADJ2.N. Davis, AWC J. Pierce, AWl W.E. Williams, ADJ2 J.E.
Receipt Control procedures' Civilian Employee !of,the Month Borland, PN2 Stucky, PH2 K.L. Schineder.. The "Pelicans" have a first term retention. rate of 42 spercent
\ .:, Mrs. Austin was assigned the honor, she has also] received an highest of all East Coast VP squadrons.
I \i; additional duty of the unmatched Outstanding Performance Rating
..
; material-in-transits (MIT)that and a Quality Step Increase.
BiGo r aH.,.
We'll Be A Late ,7
i Day Credit Union Picks ,

I Jax Due to the Labor Day holiday, the next issue of

the Jax Air News will appear FRIDAY, Sept. 7. ,
I Deadline for submission of articles, pictures, etc. will Marketing DirectorJax

be WEDNESDAY NOON, rather than TUESDAY.

Have an enjoyable and SAFE holiday weekend.
Sheila W.Fuller has been Ms. Fuller was formerly with
::::::::::::::WWW::::::::: ::$:::::::::::::::::::::::: ::: ::->:::::"': 't $ :w : K 'X't..X'S'S'S 7.: named Marketing Director of the (the Jacksonville .Area Chamberof allly

Jax Navy Federal,Credit Union, Commerce as Advertising and I
i: Consolidate Your Bills To $2,000.00r I according to Don Athearn Public Relations Manager.She is
General Manager:
a member of the Florida Public
r:: TERMS TO SUIT YOU AT BANK RATES fr
N Relations Asoclation and the
I She will be responsible for the Jacksonville 'Advertising
( Credit Union's advertising and Federation.
I
SOUTHERN fr
public relations programs, as FOR THE ULTIMATE
well as news releases,
publications and other sales The new Marketing Director SATISFACTION OF A
.1 INDUSTRIAL BANK I promotion activities., received an M.A.degree from the
.. University of Florida In ad-
::
1::f "The Little Bank with a Big Heart V vertising and is a member of Phi
1 j 'This is a new position," said ,Kappa Phi academic honorary.
.... .;.;.,.' aJ.:.:.. 1" Member F.D.I.C. :..::..: 4thearn. "Over time, we have ,society. :
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/ !i leveloped a for a marketing kA1

( I t,., Our Installment Loan Depi. Is Open Until"P.M. '., functions professional, and to I carry believe out we've these, The Jax Navy Federal Credit r1
:: :." 11 NORTH LAURA STREET PHONE 3550422x&m ; picked the right individual to'do Union, one of the'largest such
the credit unions in the United States,
job.
k has over 39,000 members and
::: ::::::::::::::::c::::::: .:::::::::: ;::::::: :::;:::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::: ':::::::::::::::::: :: ::#:::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::: assets In excess of $44 million.
; Membershlpwise,it is the largest
SEE MOON MULLINS
.ee..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. credit union in Florida.
(LCdr. USN,Ret.)AT

) I L41f$4e,5t4HAeiZ4Je I Founded In 1952, the Credit ,Claude Nolan.r

/" Union has two branchesNASJax /
and NAS Cecil Field-in
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1' -:: :., A Used Car Is A Good Buy, If.;. < I


jix- FCU recently learned of mechanic diagnosed his problem CHOOSING THE DEALER late-model l used car owned by a A careful "examination of the

,: a young, serviceman who bought a as "the spark plugs, coil and Half the battle of choosing a responsible individual, but you exterior will give you clues as to a
;, used car from a dealer in points" and replaced them. The good used car is choosing a good must shop carefully. Clean used car's ,condition and. prior per-
Washington D.C. car started once, but after that it dealer. Your chances of choosinga cars are scarce, and some'cars formance, but look over the interior
..1, The car, the salesman assured had to be pushed before it would good,dealer will be improved if on the lots today are reconditioned ,too. Check the brake pedal
him was "in perfect mechanical turn over. you follow a few simple rules... "clunkers". and the upholstery for signs of
condition." In fact, one of its Patronize only authorized One dealer was ,quoted as wear. Occasionally, rubber
Disgusted the
serviceman took
outstanding features was its dealers.. saying, "I've never seen so many pedals and seat covers are more
"completely rebuilt engine." learned his car to the a specialist,and then he Find out the kind of warranty a candidates for the boneyard in indicative of the mileage on a

In test driving the car, the pletely rebuilt truth the "com- dealer provides. A less than. 100 my life" given car than the figures* on its
serviceman had noticed a slight minibus: engine" was a percent warranty can be merelya CONSIDER REPAIR COSTS odometer. ..
engine
with
drag between the time the accelerator governor. It would equipped not a means of increasing profits When you shop for your car, Even if a car appears to be
was depressed and the properly until the operate through expensive repairs. bear in mind that you will clean and in good condition, you
time the engine responded, :but removed and other governor was Look over a dealer's repair probably be better of with a late- should still test drive it or run it
the salesman had convinced him major repairs shop before you buy. Inadequate model smaller car than with an through a diagnostic center.
made.
were The cost of the ?
that only "a minor carburetor About $80.What job service facilities could be indicative early-model large car. Repairson 'Even reliable dealers sometimeslimit
adjustment" was necessary. He of superficial reconditioning a large car are usually ex- the amount of money they
even promised a 50-50 warranty" happened to the unfortunate and should forewarnyou pensive,and the older the car, the will spend''to put a car in selling
If anything went wrong with the young man could that extensive repairs and sooner repairs will be needed. condition.,
car, the dealership would bear happen to anyone who is unawareof replacements are on the horizon. Optional equipment is also a
half the repair cost. the pitfalls of the used car Stay away from dealers who consideration when you buy a If a car has an automatic

After driving the car one day market. If you plan to buy a used quote unusually low financingrates. used car, because the more ex transmission, drive it up a steep
the serviceman found that "it car and you aren't a seasoned Sometimes a dealer will tras a car has, the more parts can hill to make sure the gears shift'smoothly

wouldn't start three-quarters of buy, this article is meant for you.A attempt to mislead you, or try to malfunction, and the more and do not slip.Slippingis
the time unless it was pushed." used car is a good buy only if make his interest rate sound repairs with which you may haveto present if you hear engine race
He returned to his dealer where a you are a good buyer. expecially attractive by quotingit contend. Repair costs can just before the gears shift from
as a discount,or add on interest easily range from $150 to $225 on first to second and if the shift is
rate. Be sure the dealer also tells an automatic transmission, from rough and jerky. Most automatic

CO's Suggestion Box you his rate expressed as an $75 to $100 on power steering and transmissions are set to shift
annual percentage rate. A up to $125 on power brakes. when the speed of the car reaches
legitimate dealer normally CHECK FOR HIDDEN FAULTSAs 15 m.p.h., so be especially observant -

Christened At NARF charges an annual percentagerate you shop, look for telltale of performance when
ranging from 12 percent to 18 signs of collision or roll-over. If the speed is reached.If .

percent, and one who says his the doors of a car do not close
in doubt about
you are a car
Jax-Capt..C.E. Boeing NARF's new skipper,now has an improved interest rate is substantially less tightly, the frame may have been you intend to purchase, drive it
communication link with NARF employees.A for used car financing is probablynot bent in an accident. A recent
through a diagnostic center
Captain's Suggestion Box has been installed at "Times Square" in quoting the annual per- paint job may be indicative that available in most major cities, or,
Bldg. 101. centage rate. dents have been pounded out of
have
a qualified mechanic
The use and function of the box is the same as the "action line" CHOOSING THE CAR the body and refinished, or that praise it for you. The $10 or ap-$15
except its use is intended tor matters, questions or gripes where immediate Unless you are an exceptionally sections of the car such as will for professional
you
action or response is not considered necessary by the em- good judge of cars, fenders have been removed and advice might pay be one of the best '
ployee. All inquiries require a signature.The the first rule of thumb in pickinga replaced. investments could make and '
box will be unlocked and the contents removed daily during the good used car is to avoid it could you ,
from
save
wasting
you
normal work week and appropriate response will be accomplishedwithin demonstrators, driver trainingcars Iceland $1000 or $1500 on a "lemon." (
two weeks. and repossessions. INVESTIGATE FINANCINGEven
Neither the"action line"nor the Captain's Suggestion Box is,in any Demonstrators and driver if dealer promises
your
way, intended to bypass the normal chain of command or current training cars are often driven Volunteers "bank check and
financing"
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instructions and regulations.These hard and carelessly by inex'
compare the loan terms of at
newly implemented communication procedures are to be. perienced drivers. The former
least three
lending! J institutions.
used where owner of a' repossessed car !
existing procedures do not apply, i.e. get something off NeededJaxIf Compare the annual percentagerate
chest where standard probably skimped on servicing. -
vour or procedures are not applicable. and ateach
finance
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Ordinarily, your best buy is a
you're tired of hot, place and.remember'to ask if
I humid Florida weather, here's loan protection (credit life) in-

the chance you've been lookingfor. surance is included, of if you will

have to pay extra for it. Nor-
Non-rated: non-designated mally, it will cost you more to
I A j Sr volunteers are being sought for finance through a dealer than if

assignment to Iceland activities.In you 'were to arrange financing

r order to expedite assign yourself.You .

1 ments and ensure that only may' wish to check with
/- Y S eligible and deserving personnelare Navy Federal Credit ,Union

assigned, commands have before you decide on a lender or
I R1 been requested to screen all non- other credit arrangments. They
Q1i rated, non-designated personnelfor can lend up to 75 percent of the
toI'
volunteers. average current retail value of a
FOUR FR-70xl4 Volunteers must have at least used car. If the borrower's
((4)) six months on board their current situation warrants, NFCU will

f t -Kft STEEL BELTED ''RADIAL TIRES command, have,.no dependents, also lend him an additional
have the maturity to adapt to an amount on his signature.Next .
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JAX AIR NEWS/LATWINGER' READER SURVEY '.

order to get a close look at what our readers like or dislike about the Jax .
Air News and Latwinger, the staffs of both would Remember, the Jax Air News and Latwinger are for all hands-military, ,
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time to complete the following survey your civilian employees and their dependents. While it is not possible to please I' _
Last everyone, we feel that an accurate poll of opinions can a long toward
year's survey of the Jax Air News readership revealed that a majority go way '..
helping us provide the kind of
would like to
favored the movies and club schedules, along with pinups. However, because coverage you see. j
Take a paper home with you and others to fill out
the majority of opinions came from civilian encourage a survey, too. U
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Military members of,any Service recreation vehicles. Other facili- commissary and other facilities Bases with FAMCAMPs avail. AFB, Mont.; Maxwell AFB, Ala; '?

I Branch planning vacations ties generally include utility FAMCAMPs are generally openon able this summer are: Arnold McChord AFB, Wash.; McClellan

weekend excursions or permanent hookups, tent sites, and central a first-come first-served basis At'S, Tenn.; Barksdale AFB, La.; AFB, Calif., McCoy AFB Fla.; \'.

change of station moves this service buildings with restrooms, to military members. Carswell AFB, Tex.; Chanute Montauk_ AFS L.I., N.Y.; and I'

summer might be pleased to learn shower and laundry facilities. FAMCAMP facilities, opening .AFB, Ill.; Ellington AFB, Tex.; Mountain Home AFB, Idaho. \

that there are 31 Air Force Family FAMCAMPs are separate from and closing dates, fees and dura- Ellsworth AFB, S.D: ; Forbes Also, Myrtle Beach AFB, S.C. ; .\

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Called FAMCAMPs these many of which are open year- services offices is advisable to obtain Ariz.; and Gnffiss AFB, N.Yl AFB, Okla.; Tyndall AFB Fla.;

campgrounds range from austere round. timely information on the Also. Hill AFB, Utah; Hollo- Vandenberg AFB Calif.:

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) courses ,to be offered on the Cumberland- fered at the'FJC North Campus will be held Jacksonville, A schedule of classes offered

.\ Campus and the part-time centers administered from 9a'm'to1. p.m. August 27 in Room D-302 through the South Campus on Beach

'( J by the Cumberland Campus will on the-North Campus..Registration for adult Boulevard may be ,obtained at the South .

be held In Building 20 at Cum evening classes will be held In Room D-302 Campus adult education office or by calling

.w berland..Registration for Home Economics from 7 p.m. to 9, p.m on September 5..for 646-2233..Reglstration will be held on Sep."

Classes will be held In Building 33.Times for additional Information concerning courses In tember 5..All classes will begin during the. ,

j Registration at both sites will be 4 p.m. to 8 Career Education, Phone 757. week of September 10 to 14 and registration

t S p.m. August 27; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. August 28, 6361..AddltJonalformation( ) on adult may also be handled at, the first meeting of

and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. education courses may be obtained by calling each class...
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: '. this fall..Reglstratton for Downtown Campus day classes : .li Registration for
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.;;,{; '. will be held at the downtown center 345 E. Church St. from )"g r Church St.will be held there from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on August

W' .=. .' 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on August 27, 28, and 29..Registration for 27,28,and 29 and for evening classes from 4 p.m. to 7:30. p.m.
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4 HUD Protects Land BuyersThe q

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sum of six billion dollars is closure Act administered by the facilities and garbage and trash G
invested annually in develop- Department of Housing and collection. t
ment land within the United Urban Development (HUD), was \:,
States. enacted in 1968 to protect land The seller Is required to inform "
American servicemen and buyers from unscrupulous busi the buyer of the distance in miles
women stationed overseas and in ness practices in such sales.HUD from the development to nearhv .
the United States are often sold has jurisdiction over U.S. land municipalities and the nature of k
lots' and larger pieces of land sales when the, contract is signed any improvements to be installed
"sight unseen"by promoters.The overseas. by the developer, the estimated {v
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f Interstate Land Sales Full Dis- Under the act the seller of land schedule of completion, ,and the ,
must provide the buyer with a provisions to insure proper construction .
copy of a property report which j
JaxNASAMeeting explains.the basic nature of the
land being sold. If any steps have been taken to \
Included in the report must be protect the purchaserin the event i\
the names and addresses of all financial difficulties on the part t
persons having an interest in the of the developer in developments \
development a legal description on which there rests a mortgage, \
TonightJaxThe of the land offered for sale, a the seller must inform the buyer is
statement of the total number of of these. lie also has the responsibility I
1 1N Jacksonville lots,and a statement of all,if any, of informing the buyer It,
Naval Air Station mortgage and release provisions.The whether schools, medical facilities I
Association (NASA) will buyer must also receive a shopping facilities and public 1,1 I
hold its 1973 Annual statement of what taxes and special transportation are available.
Meeting tonight at the assessments the buyer is re j
Peninsular Life Insurance quired to pay, a statement of the IIUD officials emphasize that ",
Company ((645 Reiverside existence of any unusual condi developers must have a property
Ave.) starting at ,7:30: p.m. tions relating to noise or safety report on file wi th H UD's Office of
The purpose of the and a notice of the availability of Interstate Land Sales and must
meeting is to elect officers sewage disposal facilities and give a prospective purchaser a
and review the annual other public utilities such as copy before a contract to buy landis
PRETTY FLOWERS may be waiting for you if you have "one more reports. water, electricity, gas,'telephone signed.
for the road"during the Labor Day weekend-funeral flowers that is. All members, visitorsand
Take a tip from this nature lover: don't drink and drive. members
potential are
welcome to attend, according OUT OF SIGHT *

' The Honorman 's A Lady President to Roland Jax-NASA Byrd, f GO GO DANCERS
and a special invitation is
extended to all transferred All *
.I Jax-The quote You've come a long way, baby! fits personnel from Quonset Topless t

AA Rosie Marie Solley to a "T", since winning honors is Point. J BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS i

nothing new for this young lady. Registration for door 11 AM til 2 AM Daily ,
prizes begins at 7 p.m. 1080 Cassat Ave. 388-9016

... Before joining the Navy, she the course, which compares
was chosen the 1972 Smicksburg, favorably with the all-time high l La
" Pa.Dairy Princess. Then, during average of 97.98.
Recruit Training in Orlando, she She had ambitions of being an
garnered academic, militaryand Ocean Systems Technician, but 1
combination awards.Now this was precluded by her one Need Back-to-School ;\
she's won'"honormai"standing 'failing-the inability to swim.In .
for her class'in NATTC's addition to being a "rarety"
AE"A" School, thus becomingthe in 'the AE field, her dream ideas 0 Cash ? J
first woman Aviation Elec- are also unusual; instead of .
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trician under the Chief of Naval relishing some fancy sports car, '" .. ....
Operations equal opportunity AA Soley's dream is a % ton -
program. pickup truck with four-wheel :. 'V 1Sdr .
AA Solley, considered "one of drive.
the boys" by her classmates, She has been ordered to Attack
attained an average of 92.02 for Squadron 174 at NAS Cecil Field.



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-Fleet Reserve Association Branch 91 plans to celebrate Labor '
Day with a Fish Fry at the Branch Home,54391 Collins Road.
Serving will start'at 1 p.m. with king fish the featured item on the v
menu.Refreshments for young and old will be available.
Donations of fifty cents will be taken with the proceeds going to the
Branch-Club building fund. sJ
The public is invited to help Branch 91 celebrate the Labor Day ,.. !.
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: By LUJg( ) "Stubby"BarnettJaxVP49's
"Woodpeckers"will be celebrating their twenty-fifth anniversary
:1 I weekend. ove]

t Originally organized as Patrol Squadron NINETEEN.in February of 1944 t
1, present designation on'Sept. 1, 1948,and that date has,come to be considered the
IVoodoeckers. '
1513 ,, At that time the squadron was homeported in Norfolk: ,Va.and flew the famed P
s seaplane.The .
li past 25 years have seen the squadron change homeports three times and den
_: __ NAVY way around the world.During that time, the Forty-Niners have gone from seal I
___ today flying the world's most sophisticated AWS platform,the P-3C"Orion".
Highlights of the last quarter-century have been the squadron's assignment to Pe
train midshipmen in 1949; transition to the P-5 Martin "Martin" in 1952; participa
operations for the Mercury,Gemini and Apollo space programs; taking part in theh
of Cuba; transition to the P-3A in 1963; deployment to WESTPAC in support of\U.
Vietnam in 1968;and transition to the P-3C in 1970. ,
In 1970 the Woodpeckers made the first operational deployment of the P-3C wh
J deployed to Keflavik, Iceland. .
\ Since 1948 the squadron has reaped several honors: four Battle Efficiency II
sI NAVAIRLANT and CNO Safety Awards and the Navy Unit Commendation.In addili
has twice received the Capt.Arnold J.. Isbell trophy for ASW excellence, first in
1971.
the Jacksonville VP community in January of
The Forty Niners joined 1972 wh<
f A "Orion5 moved here from Patuxent River, Maryland.
VP-49 completed its third consecutive deployment to Keflavik in March of this y
again operating as an element of Patrol Wing 11,patrolling the Western Atlantic aa4
We at the Jax Air News take pleasure in saluting Patrol Squadron Forty-Nine
I their twenty-fifth anniversary. .


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Jax The Office of the payment shall be made for any ,
Assistant Secretary of Defense, educational services provided on
Health and Environment has a non-residential (outpatient)
: completed the first phase of a basis,regardless of diagnosis and
study of the administration of the regardless of whether or not the /'
CHAMPUS program. educational services have been
This phase encompasses recommended or ordered by a
educational benefitsand it has physician or other health ,
been found necessary to issue professional. fWj ;
certain clarifications in this area Non-residential pertains to any -,, -
which will affect the ad educational care provided to a
ministration of the program. beneficiary who does not room
Nothing in Chapter 55, Title 10, and board at the providing
US Code or in its legislative facility and who is not under the
history indicates any intention to 24-hour per day control of that
I provide for CHAMPUS facility.
: beneficiaries services not those This includes those day care LI
customarily provided by medical students receiving educational j
professionals or others in 'benefits being paid for as in-
medicine-related specialties patient care under the"day-night
required in the total medical care psychaitric care"provision of the
of the patient, with two ex- regulation. This does not,
ceptions. however, preclude,the continued
; Those two pertain to the payment for psychiatric care in
handicapped and the retarded psychiatric renters. ADDING TO THE UNIFORM. Gerald J. Carroll. is promoted to his present rank as his
under the Program for the Further clarification con- wife Carol and Capt. William G. Sizemore NAS Jax C.O., tack on his new shoulder. boards. Lt.
Handicapped, and to the cerning residential care is being Carroll Is a SAR pilot at Air Ops.
: Christian Science practitioners, developed and will be
nurses and sanitoriums. disseminated as soon as possible. -
Therefore, it has been deter- For additional information, I Finance Closed Sept. 5 I ,I .
mined that after tomorrow no telephone Ext. 3057 or 2272.
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Jax-The Navy Finance required by SecNav Sign of
Office will be closed for Message 030255Z-85 Dec 72.

regular business, including Emergencies may be + the goodneighbor.
telephone inquiries, on
referred to the Officer
Sept. 5.
Assistant at Ext.
WHYRENT The closing is due to 2363.
excessive reporting of FY Any inconveniencecaused The American Red Cross
74 Military Pay Navy by this action is
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Ads should be malted to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the : 't. ,'
following Thursday Ads !
arriving too late for this deadline will be published the '. 'A'I
following week unless the publisher Is instructed ,
\: otherwise. A check or money order for the cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy, tl!! lIO,. ?If. 1 ';

RATE: minimum charge (lines) ...$2.00 Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...50c '
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_Mail to: VtOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4747 SAN JUAN AVE.,JACKSONVILLE 32210 e e .
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TEMPORARY JOBS 264.9107MUSTSACRIFICE lines. $80. Couple. Tenant furnishesgas I
FOR NAVY WIVESAll & electricity. 1068 Day Ave. ;

office skills needed. Long and ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTNear .;,I'
short assignments. No fee. We 1972 SINGERAUTOMATICZIG.ZAG .
Pay NAS & Cecil, Call 778-0355 after .t:
You. 5:30: P.M. .
XTRA HELPERS3"1" With drawer desk, Makes buttonholes ','
sews on buttons sews knits' COUNTRYLIVING I.I I.
MOBILE HOME SALESMANHigh & stretch fabrics. Orig $2 9. Bal. only Bedroom Trailer with 3 acres $145.
pay short hours, part.time. $52.00. Cash or easy terms. 10'day mo.. 2825753 or 282. .w3.
Apply In person Mobile Home home trial. Hurry for this bargain. nr
Brokers.. 5887 Roosevelt Blvd. HAN SEWING & APPLIANCE CTR. ttsrr I '.,,
7271} 103rd St., 1 Block West of .1-295, 'i.-11'.H >.
NAVY Open until 9 P.M. 711.1850MISCELLANEOUS JUSTISS.TRAILER-PARK I
Part.time Job, flexible hours, leads to 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS Clean modern : ,

career, 7213600. 1 ITEMS trailer and apts. 3893007. POTENTIAL J i/IJ/ ... <

NORRELL Exceptionally thin large horse $30., WEBUYANDSELLGOOD ,
TEMPORARY 1966 GMC Pick.Up Truck. s..95.00., 2 USEDMOBILE HOMES FIRE HAZARP L- ; ,:
SERVICES Wheel trailer $25.00. .282.5753 or 282- Phone 388.4619 >
Welcome NAVY WIVES to enroll with 4593. : t
COLONY MOBILE HOMES <
us for temporary.work with our new f/HtfSS 4-
WESTSIDE OFFICE SQUASH PLAYERS Sales& Rentals,9359103rd St. Call 7/1- .

ALL SKilLS-NO. FEE Above average squash racquets 0275 Photostating notary service.

NORRELL player desires opponents. Day 772- LET YOUR RENT THEY tU.OFF-W/Ttil/
6316 San Juan Ave., No.41 3263 Evening 264.6535 Dr. Hines BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT- HAVE A ( I
786-7170 DEPOSIT REQUIRED
WANTED SUMIT MOBILE HOMES
PKOJECT TRANSITION Take over pymts $4.00 per'wk. 5210 Phillips,Highway,733.9422
Opportunity to train as auto parts COLOR T.V. BRINGTHI5ADFOR$100OFF.MOBILE .
store manager. Top pay & benefits. Brand new never delivered. Orig. over
Openings In Jax & Gainesville, call $500. You can get for the Balance only HOME
389-1644. $298 on easy terms. Full factory 6VX12' Tiffany, 1972 all elec, Central
guarantee. heating. Coleman AC, set up, patio 1
BABYSITTER MON.-FRI. H&N SEWING & APPLIANCE CTR. and skirting,down steps front & back, noi in it kinMILITARYAUTOMOBILE
12 P.M. to 6 PM. Starting Sept. 10th 7271 103rd St., 1 Block West of 1.295, all carpet & furnished throughout, ask
264.3374. Open until 9 P.M. 7711850. : Conv. to Cecil Fled: 7716487 (

HELP WANTED GE WASHER-DRYER 172 MO BILE HOME 12'X 70' I 111
Hair stylist. Experienced, 'Call 388- COMBINATION AC readyset F
6953 will give information on securingFla. Ideal for Mobile Home. Excellent Call 786.9134

Beauty License. working condition. 771-3554. ; "

lit," ',, ,. ._ ,. ,, .' ) ] MILITARY CIVILIAN
PART-TIME PAINTING INSIDE OR OUT J
Need 4 men to work i hrs. a day, 4 Pressure Cleaning, minor repairs, BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY LOW RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN..
days a week, at $4.00 perhr. Call 772- etc. Call VAUGHN 3880405 or Used VW's Compacts, other foreign ft'xw-X'X; ::.:w&x-xc-X'X-X'X'X': : ; :; .<<*:xW'X; :::<'XX'X-x-xxxxx: :: : ::::: :::: ::: ..
1763. 9 to 5.RESTAURANT. TOMLIN (USN RET) 388.1137. makes. Astro Motors 6566 NormandyBlvd.
781. 978. AMERICAN MAYPORT

WORKERS 32'SEAGOING HOUSEBOAT PRIVATELY OWNED INSURANCE AGENCY"TWO -/
Sleeps Six- See Mrs. ,,Rogers., Pier 17 INSURANCE AGENCY :
Full or part-tlme, day or evening Marina, 387-4669.. 1969 MACH 1 :::: ::: ::::::::::: ::!::::::::;::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::=:::::: ,
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manager''' at ,McDonald's.6552 Beach f 1. I new engine has 10 miles on It. Very YO'U"
BJvd,1825 University Blvd. N., 9841 clean, Must sacrifice. ; $1275., Ed OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE
Atlantic Blvd;,pASTRegency, Square,* WE BUY& SELL EQUITIES' Drady, 3842211.NOCASH. Formerly Continental Insurance: Underwriters .
9343 Lem Turner Rd. 6050 Old St._ .
service
Augustine Rd., 5451 Roosevelt Blvd.. Call usior quick Inc. NEEDEDNOCREDITNEEDED 6479 ROOSEVELTBLVD 2990 MAYPORT ROAD
Morrison 4S43 Wesconnett I.Taylor Blvd. (Near NAS)) (Near NS)

JANITORIALWORKATNASJAXHours 771.3052 737-38H E2 and up, 18 yrs.or older. .' Phone 388-7676. Phone_249-5649 ;
5.9:30 P.M., Call 355.2741. ,and We can sell you a car and get complete )-
ask for openings at NAS. TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo financing arranged. 333.4515.E18UPNOCASHNEEDED. 2t
Royal Services, Inc. up to twenty.acre, Tracts 5 mile ..
radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to
1 S K $3,000.00 per acre Prices are far 1972 Honda CB350, only 3500 miles
[ : ,L. '. ,, '..... ,....' y ,. ) below near-future values. Call Art Like new complete financing

FOR SALE Laughrun. Ret. Navy Chief 389.5514, arranged. 353-4575.

DINING RM.TABLE-4 CHAIRS Eve 771}.7441. 1-295 s
FLORIDA SALE BY OWNER 1
S25. Call after 5 P.M. Mon.-Fri. All WYNNE REALTYOF SpecialistWE '73 CAD S ED AN DEVILLE TAKE ,
day Sat 8. Sun. 3880979.recorded Realtors 9X300 ml. Loaded; 6495. 'Phone 264-
BUY EQUITIES 7531. '
A message by DIRECT .
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SCOTT EDWARDSTells Broker' 7713605 SUPERBEETLE .: .. ...\
you how to be a Mags, Radials Extractor, Fog '

.DISC JOCKEY CALLASHIPMATE Lamps. Hurst ;shifter, low mileage, ..J. :::::;:::: :;:::::;:::::::::::::::::::' :i::-=;: :::::::::::::::::m' ,
Call 355-2944 any hourx Approved for Joe Ropiak (RET Navy) Excel Cond., 757-7845 8 A.M. .2 P.M. .:3NORMANDY
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veterans, Columbia School of Licensed Real Estate, Salesman Anytime Frl. or Sat. .... el YD, k kS. '
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not Representing 1965 MUSTANG ,.. :: ; kS:: '';
affiliated with CBS, inc.. Course by Standing Agt'ncy.lnc.Realtors 6 '
home study, Home 781-7715 Office 771.9513 cond., ,7577845 BAM2PM.. Anytime I' ,. .1
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.8P.M.9PM.RLTACO.,SunNoon.6P.M. Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors: 30,000mU AM.FM,nevi conv.'top, 24- ) ; i' .

771-9513 29 $1600 Ph. 772-3065, 9 to 5; {
1930 Cassat,389.2686 mpg ; :! WESTSIDE :: : ?k. I iE:: ,;
after 5 771 4756. HAS
HOUSE FOR SALE p.m. :.:.' :::: CECIL 1:; .!: g .
GEORGE'S KENNELS Orange Park, Pool, CH4.A. 3BR.2B.. &3',& UP NO CASH NEEDED .; ,. ::S 'IELD '7,. e 11I--:: '
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Dogs 8 Cats Boarded In spacious den, formal LR Air .. :
Fireplace 1969 Ford Galaxy, 2DR. HT. :: ::, \
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Pick-Up & delivery services since & DR Lg. utility (could convert to ''O>nd.. Auto trans. $70. mo. 3534571I948OLDSMO J.( ... fi.,'i, "I ID ,":-1

Visitors 1925. Grooming welcome., training BankAmericard& shipping.& wooden BR.)< Lg.privacy corner fence lot new, decorative carpeting BILE CUTLASS ."::.:::,, \ ".;,,\\t': ..'.<......:..v... .. ........'. ...............HAS#..A.. ........:.... :... :

Mastercharge honored. Off '1-10 near thruout Conv to schools,$49,500 firm. VS. standard shift, no money down .'. I, ; ,;
: & ''Edgewood. 264 264-4222 after 5P.M. tow monthly: paymenhT58-0881 .' 'I,
Cassat Ave. Phone 3168 ORANGE PARK
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KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER 23.. front''' screen porch beautiful COnd., Moving need to 11:1.: No equity,
Responsible party take up paymentsof location vacant clean, ready to move take-up pymhu 354-3805 aft. 6 P.M The Bases.' and Orange Park are now only
$7.00 per month'Rayfleld's 'In. 3531852. minutes away. Take 1.295 expressway to the -t

6437 Wilson Blvd.. 772-8936 TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLE \. .: Normandy exit, then right .\V* miles and one i
Excel. Condos
Trophy 500. 6,500 miles .
LUMBER BUILDING SUPftLYHrs.IA.M..9P.M.Sun.Noon6P.M. : traffic I lipht brings you toeVOLKSWAGEN. .
o.Cal( Lt:Ma tula, 786-4811 home, -
WILMAR Ext. 83M Cecil. "
RLT" CO. 2BR., Fum., water sewage & 'garbage COUNTRY .i
1930 Cassat 39-2686 parking cars, small children E3'SIk UP. NO CASH NEEDED q.

small pets o.k. $125. mo.. Washer 1968 Chevy, 2DR., HT AC" rebuilt It's a nice trip and so are the savings. .
.SERVICE ,'.
AUTO AIR COND. $8.00. 387-2541 or 387-0744. motor, 8. new paint $70. mOo 353-9811.'
Room Units Central Units, Tyl.rHeat1ng .
8. Air Conditioning 4711 ORANGE PARK miOPELRALLYE 2D R..HT

Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) MS 5161. 2BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn.. Dishwasher 27,000 ml.,one owner.3-Spd, trans on
floor beige Interior. Compare at$1368
AIR CONDITIONER SERVICE Drapes Carpets. Elizabeth. WESTSIDEINC. ..
WINDOW UNITS Apts.. 771-1405 or 771-3355. JANUARY AUTOMOTIVE ;

Hrs.$A.M.-9P.M..un.Noon-6P.M.. 1171 CASSAT Sl7.2Uf. :
RLT 16 CO. 1."COLOR TV THE LARGEST LITTLE USED

1930 Cassat_.2686 $15.95 per month CAR DEALER IN JACKSONVILLE .

Phon.725OTT1BELLAIR FOREIGN DEALING* DOMESTIC EXCEPTIONAL USED CARS b, '1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTH .

COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD W10PELRAU.YC 2D R.. HT TELEPHONE 711-3311
FURNISHINGS WEST-ORANGR PARK 27,000 ml.;on. owner 3-Spd. trans. on I

New Kenmore Washer Dishwasher, 3BR.,2B.. Unfurn., FR,2 car enclosed floor beige Interior. Compare at

AC,Stereo, cony. Sofa. Black rocking garage, fenced back yd., kj. corner $1795. Our Price $1388. .
chair, end tables 8 coffee table, lot. For addL Info. contact Fred T. 1969 CORTINACDR.SEDAHAT
dinette set, 264-6739, at Night. Davis, Realtor. 2644989 or 264-7546. R&H, WW, Excel COnd., "-..

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THE Fle -T MARKET ?Jg 387-36597267 over $45.00 Call Wedgewood after 5PM Dr.Phone Jax Clubs IRISH w extra SETTER woods 384-7274"PUPS AK.C .

1 A FREE PERSONAL WANT-ADSERVICE ....-.. Champion only 2 left 384-7274. &

for Military. and Civilian Employees pf NAS Jax) and NAS Cecil Field For Sale: TWO BEDROOM 771-2098 .

..ss-- as e...ssss ss--s sn s ssss------esi-es,--eae ss s ,j .: PI ". MOBILE HOME, convenient to MNM-N .
.. II living 1972 VW Radio, Heater, 8 S;
I Cecil. Expando
I FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM' II. room NAS ,or utility shed, central heat TRACK TAPE DECK yellow
$1450.00 772-3323
(ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) I and air. 771.5329AUTOMATIC "

I's 1 WASHER-SPIN Make Offer-T UCR K CAMPER, \
Good Con Self Contained; A.C., DC, : Gas
.. ', ,. I DRYER Kenmore 772-2591 (Lucas)
t '., variety of Sleeps 4-5 good.
1 : ::.\.\" I dltlon $50.00. Large
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camping equipment, sale priced
I I: ; ..v I II. 396-9865 Chicago Boys SHOE SKATES

I ....-- Size New 10.00 Call J. E. Evans

I. ::.',k,l TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD'ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW' I. CAMERA Honeywell Pentax 264.5258 .....--. -

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUM&ER IN YOUR AD. Spotmatlc F.2.0.55 M Lens.
..1 0 I Through the lens light meter. For Sale: EMERSON PORTABLE -

I I 180.00 641-2337 Days STEREO, detachable
---... speakers; four speeds. Manon
I Name Office or activity to which assigned I Cabmat! slide projector with 12
1970 BSA LIGHTING 650 cc
I trays. Call 264-5543 after 1900.
Engine runs good needs elec.
I I
trical work Best Offer Ext 3840
1 Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I Days 2978 Nltes ask for, Johnson For Sale 1973 KAWASAKI, 175
C.C., helmets, car racks, 750
I 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all Information requested, le: Full I miles. $125 and $33.34 payments,
I military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name(typed or printed)of person submitting ad and I 30" Heavy DUTY FAN & V4H.P.
-. I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate office or activity I ELECTRIC MOTOR $15. Bottling Weldon, 772-1826 ar-' ,
to which he Is assigned and office telephone. This
f. I 2. Free advertising In the "Flee-T MARKET"will Information Is for authentication only and your ad I equipment $7.50 3969865LAYAFETE'COMSTAT
i. I be limited to: Offers to buy,sell or rent housing should worded Independently of this Information. IS.
CB
: for personal use as a residence;offers to buy or sell 25B
t.. I personal property;offers of or requests for rides to Deadline! for receipt of advertising to appear' in I Radio-turner'+3. Ground plane
I and from work; announcements of educational the following edition Is FRIDAY NOON. Ads and beam antennas, All CoaxlSO.00 Vf
courses offered by non-profit organizations or arriving after that date will be placed in the
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted following week's edition. Ads will be run only one $ Phone 388-0886
I only If the words "PCS" (for military), or time, unless submitted as prescribed above. I
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the TWO BARBER CHAIRS, .
I Jacksonville area) are Included in the wording of the 6. No Dhone calls will be accepted regarding I Cabinets and Mirrors Excellent
+'' I ad. "Flee.T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR Condition $150.00 Phone 771-4439
NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide
I 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. i or 771.4577BuySellTrade
I "Flee.T MARKET" ad form which will be printedIn
.. In each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhandwill 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No U.S. GOLD,
be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be SILVER AND TYPE COINS.

I. 4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to'"Flee.T accepted. I Complete sets of U.S. Postage
MARKET" Editor, C-O JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, I souvenir ":
6. Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a stamps including
NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212
'I OR business, or which do not meet the above I sheets. 264.2842 after 5PM

I "Flee-T MARKET" ,c-oLATWINOER Box requirements, will be rejected. The publisher
I 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These forms reserves the right to omit any or all ads. GIRLS 20" ROLL-FAST

U ------------ssse-ssss-------------------.. BICYCLE $8.00 Girls Dresses 4 to
10, SOc to$1.00, Boys Suits 14 to 18,

.' 3.00 Girls and Boys Coats 4 to,8,

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5:00: til 7 p.m. N PLANT A LITTLE nestegg,nurture it
4 JIM BOWIE HUNTING with a regular savings plan each
,,; Entertainment Nicely r' -
KNIFE.wlth scabbard & payday and before you know it you'llbe

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By COL.t, C. RILIY
USAF' llonptlal Crnnmindcr,Grand rorks AtB.N.D.

To most people, drug abuse, or the "drug problem" has to do only 1GI+r'.r V M "
with illegal addicting or hallucinogenic drugs, drugs which have no
legitimate medical use.

Unrecognized by most, but equally serious, is the other face of drug
abuse the misuse of ,,,.,
: legal medications. This group includes alcoholic t w ,
beverages and medicines prescribed by doctors or available without

prescriptions. Properly used, these are for the most part helpful and, ,% # ?
at worst, harmless. The danger arises when these are misused. ,'1,1..;.
''There is,for example, a legitimate need by some patients for an occa ,. ,
sional '"sleeping pill." The drug abuse occurs when the medication is '. If .

taken continuously and the patient develops a dependence on it, when t .'I);:

ovcnlosage is taken, or for many sleep producing medications, when ,. t't" ?
taken while drinking. ; ,f;; "
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Overdoses not uncommon 4 1i .
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At least two celebrities died in the not too distant past as a resultof A4't"1

taking a barbiturate (sleeping capsules) after an evening of moder HUSTLE AND BUSTLt is The order of the day at VP-56 as the "Dragons"try to get things back to ;
ately heavy drinking. Both deaths were initially reported as suicides. normal after returning from their deployment to Keflavik.Remember '.:,.'
Subsequent investigation led to the conclusion in both cases that death -
was'the accidental result of mixing alcohol and barbiturates. The combined

,effect is far greater than a simple addition of effects of the two SPEAKEASY
when each is taken alone.
While the benefits of moderate alcohol consumption by the healthymay BURLESK

be debated, there is no question concerning the delirious effectsof
excessive consumption. Alcoholism is one of the leading causes of
time lost from work, of disability,.of death, and the leading contributorto TOPLESS
highway and other accidents. Bartenders
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Waitresses
Tranquilizers, sedatives and mood elevators have a legitimate role uo DANCERS: 11AM-2AM *

in treating acute problems or acute phases chronic conditions.Abuse 5916 Philips Highway 7339989WILSON
occurs when the use is continued beyond the acute phases and the :
patient becomes dependent upon them "to get through the day."
Prescription medicines have inadvertently contributed to the abuseof there are babes

drugs. State and federal laws have, in the past, permitted refill of
most prescriptions without further authorization and without limits. in the woods. sac

Unless the original prescription prohibited or limited refills, quantitiesfar
that intended could be obtained.
beyond %
100 GUARANTEED USED CARS
The Food and Drug Administration has recognized these areas of Arid wildfiresfill J
danger and established classes of drugs which require varying degreesof their world
controls short of those always required for narcotics. Limitations SAVE SAVE SAVE
with smoke
have been placed on the amounts which may be prescribed, the numberof
refills which may beauthorized, and the period of time during which and flame Summer Clearance Sale On Trade Ins

*k the/:prescription: .remains',valid. A new prescription may be written if .
'there Is still need for-thedrug The safeguards' afforded under.these and ,danger.. 71 PONTIAC CATALINA 72 PONTIAC LEMANS 2 dr.

regulations not foolproof. The patient can, by seeing several physicians Please. be careful! ,' 4dr. Sed, Polar White with I H.T., ,Lucerne Blue with < -.0.,;'.1Ij;,
and patronizing'several pharmacies, still obtain excessive quantities Blue Int., auto trans, 'AC, Black Int., auto trans, AC,
of almost any drug. Obviously this can be done intentionally.It P.S., P.R AM Radio. P.S., P.R. & A.M. Radio.

can also occur accidentally when the patient\presents himself to
several physicians and ,fails to inform them of these dictations pre- $1550 $2300,
scribed by others. Over-dosage and prolonged usage from ignoring the
directions given, borrowing another's medication, or experiments by r r/ 71 CHEVROLETVEGA2dr. 71 FORDTORIN04dr. H.T.,
teenagers and even sub-teens are other areas of abuse of legal drugs. I coupe, Springfield Green Palllsade Green with Green I
Today, television radio and other advertising media promise instant with Green Buckets, 3 spd Vinyl top & Green Int., auto
health, success,love and fame if their product is used. It is little wonder trans A.M. Radio. trans, AC, P.S., P.B. & A.M.

that we have as a nation developed a "drug" culture. ".," Radio.
New laws and regulations are helping decrease the dangers of abuseof $1200
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fm I $2150
legal drugs.The awareness of the patient is essential to the preventionof ,.e I 1 .
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this>, the other face of drug abuse 0", 70 CHEVROLET
advertising contributed for th.public good 71 PLYMOUTH SATALLITE
CHEVELLE 4 dr. sed.,
Cameo White with black Int., SEBRING 2 dr. H.T.,

SALESMAN ON DUTY auto trans, AC, P.S., V.T.., Regatta Blue with Blue Int.,
10A.M. to 4P.M. DAILY A.M. Radio. auto trans, AC, P.S., P.B. &
{ A.M. Radio.

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dr. H.T., Turquoise Green TORONADO 2 dr. H.T.

Convenient to jj with Black Int.,,auto trans, Springfield Green: : & ,GreenInt
NAiand, ao AC, P.$,, P.B., PW. & A.M auto trans, AC, PS., I
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NEW HOMES t' MN .
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NEARLY COMPLETED Kammback, Wagon,
Wagon, Bermuda Blue
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I with Blue Int auto trans AC
tCHWIHNUghtwl9h CONTINENTALS: Int., 3 spd trans,A.M. Radio
Tmm j P.S., PB. & A.M. Radio. '
& W.S.W: tires.
26,500 tO '28,500 VA-FHA Terms
diamond$1 1 395 $1600100LDSMOBILE
.tyl. /ram VETERANS: No Down Payment! $1250

10-.p.td, 31 to 100 3 Bedrooms 2 full Baths*Wallpaper
d.rol.ur!: "" I PONTIAC BONNEVILLE : DELTA K Gr
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Twin-Slik"/ gtor shiftat 't ** AH Electric Garage 4 dr. sed., Polar White with 4 dr. H.T., Sandalwood with
handUbor ,; : Central Heat & Air Conditioning Black Cordova top, auto White top&Saddle Int.,ac'u \
trans, AC, P.S., P..B. & A.n/\%.|
All New cnwlnn Showroom Ideal Location,Surrounded by trans, AC, P.S., P.B., P.W.&
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Repairs for All Bikes Schools,Churchs.Shopping Centers. Expressway I.295 close by AM-FM Radio. Radio

Accessories Tools Parts t $700 $1200

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I ; Education InfoInformation : ) :

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,., on how to get G.I. He explained that advance ,
education allowance checks available fit w.
payments are to persons Y A
(. sooner is being mailed to prospective who plan to enroll in Institutions -
students by VA. on at least a one-half time
basis. Servicemen will receive
t
Last November, the agency
lump sum advance payments for
started paying education allowances
I the entire term,quarter semes-
before rather than after L "

ter.The
each month's training.Administrator law excludes persons who

I of Veterans Affairs plan to take correspondencecourses I ( M.I M1Mi
.' Donald E. Johnson pointed flight training, home- i ,

out that this was one of two provisions bound raining or independent tk w
f t { of Public Law 92.540 (Oct. instructor courses. These are not _U

'72)., Starting August 1 advance eligible for advance payments, it x '
payments, covering the first was pointed out. ____ -r
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month or portion of month of '..'. I.
for ..
Current trainees who apply .z.I
I j j training, plus the succeeding advance payments must first t):
month, can be made in some i.:'
notify schools that they plan to iJ.
cases. reenroll in the fall. After schools t ; '-j' '.
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Johnson said more than two complete and forward reenroll- .:;jl -
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the .t 1 } :,
million veterans are expected to ment certificates to VA
,. train under the G.I. Bill in Fiscal agency will mail checks to ITS A FAMILY AFFAIR-RM3 Phil Roberson, his wife Rebecca and their two-year-old daughter

Year 1974, and the two new,payment schools. Checks will be deliveredto Heather,take the reenlistment oath with LCdr. R.B. Cantwell, Transition Officer;,doing the honors.
systems will make funds trainees at time ofregis'tration,
available to trainees during early but not earlier than 30 days before Minority History

weeks of training. beginning of enrollment periods.

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It Asians are always typed as intellectuals : ever, that brought about the first Much of San Francisco stands '

t CARNABY I SHOP on television accord- major immigration of Chinese to on a man-made land-made by
\ ing to one recent TV study. There this nation of immigrants, it was Chinese laborers. Five million,
I might be a justification for such a the gold rush of 1849 in Califor- acres of fertile garden and farm
statement as far as the Chinese- nia. By 1851 there were 25,000 land at the mouths of the, Sac.

,V American is concerned. Chinese in California most of ramento and San Joaquin rivers
? BOUTIGJUE/Jr ALL MEN Backin 1847 the Reverend R. them working the gold fields. were reclaimed by hardy Chinese

t' Brown an American missionary, By 1864 work was well along on laborers.
brought three Chinese boys back the railroads that were to soon Unfortunately just as the

: with him to study at the Monson link the nation.The primary prob- Japanese during World War II,
Academy in Massachusetts. One lem,however,was workers.They Chinese immigrants suffered
: of them, Yung Wing, who later either quit or failed to do the job. persecution. As one Chinese-

; DOUBLE graduated from Yale Universityand Then one enterprising manager American writer points out, how

who attained high office in brought up the idea of usingChinese' ever, "One must accept the fact.. ,
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: the Chinese government was instrumental The results were described that prejudice,is.a noneradicable. ,,. ; ,.."'"
) If in persuading the by an observer on thescene' human trait." ,' .1
t" '.'
'! (..,. .i' ., KNIT 5 ?' ,' '\. Chinese emperor to send more "By sunrise', they were atwork
tJ/' .'\, Chinese students to the United with picks, shovels and

\, ,. ,.. ., .,:,>. > States. wheelbarrows. At the end of their Jax86
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I I U < ) Today there are such men as first twelve hours of plodding in-

: U'U: Dr. Choh Hao Li, named in 1962as dustry,Crocker and his engineers
Highlight
winner of the Albert Lasker viewed the results with gratified .'
.SLACK ." Medical Research Award. He is astonishment. .. ." At one time
; l one of the world's foremost authorities over 10,000 Chinese were em- Jax-NWCA Jax 86 held its

: ,_ :, on the putuitary gland ployed in building the Union annual family picnic Saturday
t : Dr. Chien Shiung Wu was Pacific. afternoon at the NATTC picnic
,
awarded an honorary doctorate in After the early railroads had ground with some 75 members,
SALE science, the first ever bestowedon been built many Chinese turnedto family and guests attending.
a woman by that university.Dr. agriculture.They made up one. After feasting on fried chicken,
.Wu worked on the Manhattan tenth of the farm labor supply in there were games and swimmingfor
Project at Columbia that was to 1870. By 1884, half of the farm all. .
; develop the atomic bomb.It workers in California were Horseshoe champions for the

d ,' ", was not scholarship, how Chinese.1238EDROOM,1AND28ATHS. day _were Gary Reynolds and
,.r
I .' ;\.i. $ 99 I Harold Erb. Mrs. Robert Judd

\ ,I .'" ) was in charge of the festivities.The .
Club held a special
ft .. :_:' ._ NEWEST CONCEPT I 4 meeting Sunday night to revise .

\I, ;\ ; .#. "...:. IN APARTMENT LIVING local by-laws.
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t ref ,! r r'p : September's business meetingis
ii scheduled for Sept. 5 at 7:30:
: ': {" Spacious rooms wide windows <;

ft.t" : ((Regular $16-$1J) ': patios central sundecks.heat & air swimming condo Private pool > t p.m.

and party room ;: :: 4n a I

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".: f" for' everyday wear ,'{: J r: :::.;*::: ;:; :::* t:: ;$;:;:r: :rr: :
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CUSTOM& READY'
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COMMITTEE is 'sponsoring .VI.

twelve Freedom 'Tree S
1 Dedications honoring Cecil Field \
... aviators who were involved in the 7;
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( Viet Nam War in a POW-MIA. ,
'''(:, :. ,;., '" ...- .t """ ,> '. ,'::.:.L KIA status. The ''dedication
will be held at the NAS :X-
VS-30 Birds on their new Cecil line. ceremony .
Cecil Field Chapel at 4:00: P.M.on <'
The arrival of the VS-30 squadrons making Quonset the Tuesday September 11, 1973. ,,,";0
"Diamond Cutters" at Cecil "Carrier Antisubmarine' Capitolof The Officers being honoredare
Field, on Wednesday, 22 August, the Atlantic,"a title which will : LCDR Randy Ford, VA-86 -
1973 marks the first VS squadronto soon transfer to Cecil Field. (MIA to KIA), LCDR Mike Hoff, '. '
.
relocate from Naval Air CDR W J. SOMERVILLE is VA-86 (MIA), LCDR Jim Hall, ,;!l,
Station, Quonset Point, ,Rhode presently serving as VS-30's 22 VA-86 (MIA),' LCDR Jim :

Island. VS-30 is the replacement Commanding Officer with CDR. Sullivan, VA-86 (MIA), LT Carl .. \
squadron responsible for trainingall T. J. SPENCER as Executive Wieland,VA-82 (POW), LT Steve : ,
Front;
<( Participating In the Recycling Program. ; "
pilots, Naval Flight Officers, ,Officer. Musselman,VA-82 (MIA), LCDR O'ShleW/ ;,
and Frank
David Scott, Bill Hardin, Dan Skelten
aircrewmen, and maintenance VS-30 would like to thank Dale Raebel, VA-37 (POW), row/ and ::
Middle Joe Hirtz, Center, Mike Malenfant DouylasskaL
'personnel destined for carrier Captain MARSHALL for comingout LCDR John Davis, VA-37 (MIA), row; Danny
,
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Carter (Scoutmaster).Top row; DeWayn.MalenfIAt Danny Beets;
ASW squadrons of the Atlantic to welcome the squadron CAPT Bruce Nystrom, VA-72 ;
and Don Sumner. $, t ;
Fleet. aboard NAS Cecil. Furthermore, (MIA), LCDR Lee Cole, VA-1S '
Presently VS-30 is still a a hardy thank you goes to CDRM. (MIA),LCDR Denver Key VA-34 *r J J'i.
detachment; however, on 12 G. BASFORD and VA-174 for (POW), and CDR Fred Wright, Cecil Scouts Active : '

September, the squadron's home providing valuable assistance CAG-3 (MIA to KIA). '-' ....,". .... f
will officially become NAS Cecil during VS-30's relocation to the A special program has been \
. Field.By the end of October,four Jacksonville area. The keg of planned with VADM F, H. In Recycling Program, ;'t

other' VS squadrons will have beer setup for the arriving VS-30 Michaelis, COMNAVAIRLANT, .' ,,' .
changed homeport. pilots, provided by VA-174 at the as guest speaker. Mrs. Dan Boy Scout Troop 365, \ n.and I, t-\\
Air Antisubmarine Squadron Rocket 17 bar, truely demon. Ryder, guest vocalist accompanied by NAS Cecil Field, has ""t'it'
THIRTY was commissioned as strated the "Southern by a Navy band, will collecting aluminum cans, as : : ,. :"f,??
,an operational fleet squadron at Hospitality" of Cecil Field and lead those gathered In the singingof part of its recycling project. ;'

NAS Norfolk in 1953.During their the entire attack communIty the National Anthem. dumpsters, brightly painted are., ..:
tenure in Norfolk, VS-30 was the appropriately marked,have in
first carrier based squadron to Who Said Avionics placed near the entrance to y' ',!
evaluate and subsequently utilize main exchange. It is hoped g*, ',+
the carrier controlled approach Didn't Have Any Taste'? everyone aboard the station UP'i will" ,|
) to enhance their already aluminum < 4
JCCA envious all weather --.. ........ ............. ......-... ., throw their cans :
operational '"" these dumpsters in order that
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capability. It has been through Scouts can pick them up, 'tie *
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,such feats that the VS community AVIONICS V .. 1btuMuar them and deliver 'them to "of |
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has acquired a reputation as recycling plant. do f
being among the finest carrier A tII flU X'cruncl fl." Their efforts extend into with J;
pilots in the Navy. AovmcgTtCNmocMiaAlfL'ICOOuiLII .-i-t.. F; housing areas ,of the station and,.' 1 f!
From Norfolk, VS-30 moved to ; tuttoto mss.. ELL. They, will Dick ;
NAS Key West, Florida and was AcwiTiMrioi; t ,
designated the Atlantic Fleet'sVS "I
training squadron. Then in "

:1970, the squadron moved tot
Quonset Point,, Rhode, tslandti:: : 'Webber .
join the other carrier ASW .,. '"'..:..1.. :.._ Lou

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Tired of drab surroundings, tne personnel of the HAS Cecil Field's
Avionics Division did do something positive ,about, rectiflng the Gives You FREE '
situation. (L to R) AE2:'G.L. Turner provided the landscaping, ATI ",
.' T.L. Jones mounted plaques and decals, while AQ3 H.D. Elson and FRONT END ALIGNMENT
AQ3 G.L. Turner masked out the rates within the division's slogan.
Also contributing to the project were FTCT L. Fitzgerald and AE2 With Purchase of Any
LL Boden. Future projects in the beautification of their building '
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include the display of photographs of aircraft supported :
based units. Currently missing are decals from Attack Squadrons 15, 1
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I' Let theWANT Guilty ?.. > :;

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B) ,VICHtMIN MM
ADS IN THIS SEW DAY AM I) USE.: Americans. have. been inoculated
with a false feeling of guilt. '
There are those who believe we have failed our dream.We .
are called capitalist pigs, meddlesome greedy. Is.,

America guilty?

II IIf Our ambassadors are murdered Here at home dissenters -.
defy our laws and cause limitations to be placed on our,
freedom In foreign lands Americans are scoffed at.(:

We are degraded and slandered ; >,>
f Some hold their heads in shame and guilt : i
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Inhumane we are called ,
t But when disaster strikes anywhere in \\'orld-who are
the first to offer aid? Not just sympathy. but medicine,food, I
I It t : clothing, money .
t Selfish we are called.
i I, \ it II IIt Each year millions are contributed to l'harity-from' the

average American citizens.
I But what other nation fights wars some not ours and then', ,
i I i I taxes itself to restore the wartorn lands of the enemy? 'I.

.:: I I t \ Is America guilty?

:H I )4 Our New World ways are jeered. 'I

But in less than 200 years we have carved a mighty nation
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from a wilderness, become it sanctuary of freedom undN ia-
i jestic to the world. .
I Cynics say we are unethical to professional" 1 standards" of

moral conduct.
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TH But In 200 short years we have built a nation of 200,000
i churches. 80.000 hospitals 180,000 schools 2,500
; ( colleges and universities 100,000 libraries.
Two hundred years :ago children toiled in the "factories;,. .
\ \ Criminals were tortured Citizens were chained, in
\ dungeons with no hope of a fair trial. Debtors were strip-
1''; ped of their freedom No man's home was his castle. '
These things are no more Thanks to our American, '
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1 Is America guilty? r' ..
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t Prejudiced we are called. .
But men of other faiths and other colors sit in our Senate
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and Congress, and rule from the highest judicial. court" in the
land.Is "

America guilty? .

"There are 200 million Americans who have never owned a
black slave or any slaxc.They stem I from a million ancestors
.MlI who have never owned a black slave or any slaxe. ,'," -
) There are 200 million'Americans who have never started a 1
RELAX-FIND WHAT YOU WANT ', war,or envied, another manes land .They have never ran
-,: :' sacked a nation, looted a stranger's home or forced any man
i' By Reading and Using the Want Ads to bow to a loser's yoke.

f There are some 200 million Americans who have never '
Do you know of on easier way to shop or sell? When you make the j scoffed at another man's God or defiled his temples.
J Want Ads your marketplace, all you do is place your ad and wait' ., There are thousands American soldiers buried in foreign
P( i for the phone to ring (and ring it will), or sit back and enjoy reading soil-they died fighting so others could be free including the
"':,;: '" !the Classified Ads, then phone for an appointment to see the advertised deserter and draft-dodger who cry: "America is unjust!
items. Want Ads do the work and quickly! They cry: "America is finished ..the dream is gone."
'" They lie.Millions.

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JUST CALL... peace and harmony.Millions of Americans still live with the
spirit or! charity, with compassion in their hearts.
\ Millions Americans still pray,pay taxes,obey the law and
govern themselves. -

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I FICEUR Navy -Marine Team Strikes I


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J8X -MLfcUK talent seems to be overflowing lately as shown by -( I .,.".- ,.

their victorious Pistol :Team and Rambling Raft Race entry. The .L, ;;;j ij
Pistol Team :
captured both the NAS Base championship as well as the ':

league championship, with a perfect 16 wins -no losses record. The ,. ,
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Second Annual Raft Race would have been incomplete without a :," ",
NAVY-MARINE team doing what comes naturally to a crew of "'
veterans. The raft was entered in the Showboat Class, which would ." )>

suggest the more elegant field of water-going entries. However,
judging by (the picture, something must have been lost along the way. 'H't

The team finished first, nearly an hour ahead of it's nearest com-

petitor, to win the coveted Silver Cup. FICEUR's C.O., Captain E.R.

Sourbeer, Jr., was more than happy to receive the first place "
trophies_for his team's efforts.




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peace BRANCH
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attend this meeting. Jacob Francs Meier Ph.264-2833 ki- 2nd Wed, f

OFFICERS WIVES BOWLING LEAGUE Peoria,Illinois ,. .... .., '
The Officers Wives Bowling League at the BOWL-O-MATIC anes on Branch Info:' JACK WADELIN, PH. 282.5560 ",t' .

Blanding Blvd. will be starting Thursday, Sept. 6. for more information ,That Quote I I.from in actual. letter, sent to thtBetter LAFRA UNIT 91:Meeting 2nd Mon.
please contact Pattsy Harlow at 2647217. Builneu you re having BureauWhen a problem with. Info: Kay Lancaster, ?h.389-7684.
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INTRAMURAL TENNIS MEETINGAn can drive you right up the well.But -
FRA offers low cost Insurance. ,
we can help you get peace of mind. >
organizational meeting for the upcoming tennis season was held And you money t worth On my CHAMPUS supplement&updated legislative news
yeaterday at the N.A.S. athletic office in Bldg. 563. If your unit or succeed product,or but service we always We don'try.When .'t always' /

command would like to participate, but was not able to attend the for you' and yours for bas unhappy nest,And it's bad no JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
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ql GOLF BOWLINGThe NAMTD No.2 ;
{ .. Although it is still any teams Tuesday nite Atlantic VC-2 :

I; race, VA-83 and AMD No.1 have League wrapped up their season CO.NATIONAL' LEAGUE
i pulled ahead of the rest of the with VA-174 coming out on top. STANDINGS: '4'; : _
r ( pack and now lead with four Not only did they win the league, AIMDNo.l .'. 61"F -19
t 1'1'1'1'i points a piece in the intramuralgolf but they also supplied the most Marines :- ;.' 5327 ,
I league. Chaplain Holderby improved bowler in John Kellog. CPQ 491h2\ 1., N' 1'T

\ had a net 68 last week to keep High average, high series and BOQ 46 .34 ,R A v
d Supply Department in the. run high game all went to John ADMIN ; 441h-35\2\ 4 *,

I ning. Kellog. Someone should give that Dental 'I., 4436 + '
INTRAMURAL GOLF LEAGUE fellow a pick-up truck to haul \ "-
'I ',,' away the hardware. Must be CLAW-1 ;. 4139 ... '''\.,
I') .! 1 VA-83 4 tough to fill up a trophy case in AlMDStaff .':. 41'39 ,: .
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VA-r1: 1 VA-45 Bal; ;jrf 215 .:-
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Falls *: *-:, 229 0' "
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Ops O. Galley No.2QUESTIONS Bashlor 191 ..;. '
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The Tuesday Intramural < ". ""'fll. ,,:: .'" .
( \ League will commence at 1730 on : .. 'C4 "- .. .t""" {\'\'. ..3.. i. vi-":' "

I (l1IHflidi1iNi pitches.) 18 September. An organizational Lynn Shuler, Cypress Garden beauty, reminds all you "Guys and

meeting of team captains will b -Dolls"to use suntan lotion this weekend. at the beach to avoid the "Red

\ Before you borrow there may be questions weighing on held at 1000 on 11 September in Hots". .....
t, your mind-about payments rates, anything. For quick the Station Gym. Teams interested ---- "

i. courteous answers call us today. We won' ask your name in entering this leagueare BlackbirdsWin
or talk shop unless you want us to. asked to call extension 498 for

Dial Finance further information. The leagueis LocalTournament

1- 'We don't want you to like us just for our.,money. limited to 14 teams.
40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 Also being form this year is a rt

t 5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895 Monday nlte mixed league
scheduled to begin on 10 Sep ((1
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tember, A meeting will be held at ..
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f to $600 '.h1..! '. ''fft.: '. .,.A-.Ja-.
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Safety Course Offered .

I ._ INTRAMURAL, BOWLING RESUTS .,, ; ;
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ATLANTIC LEAGUE: : AMERICAN: LKAGUKVVL: '
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\v I.. Jax The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary ,
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NARJAX 7. 1 Division 14 will offer two free 12-lesson courses in
HOLY ROLLERS 6 '2
BUSCIIBUDS 6 2 BUSCH LEAGUERS 7 0 boating safety and seamanship starting Sept. 12 at '
MAD FOXES No.2 5 3
TRIPPERS FASO 6. ,2 LATECHARGERS 7 1 Orange Park High School and Sept. 11 at Wolfson High .
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RESIDUE 5 3 LEFTOVERS 6 1 School. T
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JITTERBUGS 3 5 AFEES Both courses start at 7:30: p.m. .
4 4 CROSSED NANAS4
NADS 1 3 MO-FO's 3 5 HURRCANES 3 Subjects will include maneuvering,. marlinspike

BUDMEN 1 3 SIXPACK 2 6 2 6ROSE's seamanship, aids to navigation, charts and compass, "
RAIDERS
GUTTER RATS 1 7 FERS 2 6 WOODPECKERS' 1 7 rules of the road, legal requirements, weather,,. radio

DRAGONS No.2 0 o BEANBURNERS'1 7Intramural SUPERSTARS 0 4 telephone, marine engines and safe sailboat and
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NATIONAL LEAGUE motorboat operation. ,, _

W L A certificate will be awarded for successful com- ,

RATPACK ,' "7 '1 Football pletion of the final examination and skippers are urgedto .

SOLEX"5" I 7 1 bring their families, ""w

LIFERS .6' '2, Underway. Two Jacksonville area flotillas are combining to. '
FICFIVE 5 3 "
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CHIEFS 2 6 .

MARINE BKS.;: ." 1 3 Jax The intramural week of play are listed Further information may be obtained by calling

REBELS 0 4 football season got underway below. Division Captain Charles L. ,Billard at. 3568513. = '

HANGOVERS 0 4 last week with VP- AMERICAN LEAGUE" .';1

MAD FOXES No.l 0 0 49 and DENTAL leading -0 'W L I

DRAGONS No.1 o 0 their leagues with two VP-49 2 0 CLIP AND MAIL TODAY .. I I

CONTINENTAL successive wins against no VW-4 1 '0 INCOME TAX I
LEAGUE losses. VP-49 whipped FICEUR 1 1 LEARN 1'1 I

W L NDRC 14-0 and FICEUR NDRC 1 1 COURSE 1
Includes current tax laws, theory, ; i
20-6 while DENTAL DPD 1 WEARNWith .
GEMS 7 1 ; 0 and application as practiced in I ",:
GAFFERS 6 2 breezed by WEAPONS 38-0 HOSPITAL 0 2 Block offices from.coast to coast.i-: I
.. Ainenca's Largest Classes Monday and Wednesday .:t
THUNDERBOLTS 5 3 and won the second gamein NARJAX No.2 0 0 \\f it Sfrvtcf Certificate awarded upon graduation. f'

PINBUSTERS 5 3 overtime 10. The VP-5 0.0

HUSTRS 4 4. standings for the first ENROLL NOWI :

WOMEN'S LIB 3 5 NATIONAL LEAGUE Classes start Sept.17
Hangar 1000,Jax. NAS
LEPRECHAUNS VV 'L
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POPTOPS 3 5 DENTAL 2 0 Contact;; the tXMRBLOCIC' : i itT----- .

ROOKIES 3 5 NARJAX No.l / 1 0 5526 Normandy Blvd., Jax. 32205 Ph.. 781.9323 II

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transmission has been rebuilt by the licensed AAMCO

Dealer Issuing this certificate utilizing the AAMCO "CAR .. .',
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converter)'against failure of,material and workmanship. It will : 'Jl ;'i\: ,; : ,: : '" !
be honored by any licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer for as o ; j 1 "
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licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer In the United States : \." .
annually for service with In 30 days of the Service Date Indicated! ., '. <'.
below. The charge for annual service Is $13.75 payable at the

time of service, and It covers thereplacement of transmissionfluid .
and all preventive adjustments. .. ,' :f., The Bank On The Base. L'. *

FREE TOWING no extra charge ONE DA f SERVICE available<< ., .. : .'. Member EDLC : .
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J1 Hunting & Fishing Day

i tll 13 IJ Scheduled For Sept. 22


M, ,{# Jax Florida Governor and parents may par- a
i Reubin Askew has ticipate in or watch events 1 Ia
, .' proclaimed Saturday, and activities related tc
\ f Sept. 22, as Florida's hunting or fishing. we
I' i \i Hunting and Fishing Day. JkiS:.: ?JL PJL Jl JL Al lf

I Such activities )'might
In signing the include watching bird
; proclamation Governor dogs, retrievers and
Askew urged every pointers work, learning to
Floridian to join with the cast a fly or spinning rod,
/: sportsmen of Florida in a trying their hand at rifle or

\I. '1 re-dedication to the wise shotgun shooting, or
t { .. use of our natural taking a ride on any of a
resources for future variety of "off-the-road"

I ;* generations.Howard hunting vehicles.
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) Odom, Chair- Conservation agenciesalso
of the Game and .
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participate day,
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i i' r mission,explained that the specialized equipment and '.'' -' '. ..- ...you* '
I ;) celebration of Hunting and
I i discussing Florida'sproblems
Fishing Day offered an and in
progress
I .;.. opportunity for many the field of conservationand
people who ,might be unfamiliar -
answering questions 'Wmt automatic
\' with the sports to related to hunting and an

v.- learn something about fishing. ". .
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\ "there are a great numberof that this is the second .
potential fishermen and Hunting and Fishing Day ::1

hunters in Florida who he has proclaimed.The .,
don't know how much "

enjoyment they are 1972 event was the
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missing. This celebrationand first in Florida and at that :
the open houses that time he had expressed the income ? : :

accompany it gives them a hope that this would :
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chance to find out continue to be an annual "- ,'
\. something about these two event to reaffirm Florida's ,
.Y', ** great sports. commitment to her
./,. I ;.t. natural resources and as 'I 'See us or 'your : G
} :: Odom was speaking of an indication of appreciation $ '$ $
; :;- i'; the custom of sportsmen's to the sports- disbursing officer q
,' clubs to hold open houses men who have led the
j. :i' in celebration of the day. fight to preserve and
At these events children maintain those resources. for details-
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