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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Serve NAS Jax
VOL. 29 NO. 11 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station. Jacksonville Florida.' JUNE 3, 1971

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Jax A Joint Military Bus Ticket Office and station has opened I
Weather adjacent to the Airline Ticket Office in Dldg. 13 at the Main Gate for :
Squadron Begins the first time, according to the Transportation Administor.
The office will provide services for offical and unofficial travel and
will issue tickets and information from 8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdaysand
10.30: a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays.
Another Hurricane SeasonJax Greyhound make regular stops at the Main Gate for northbound
and southbound runs. It is anticipated that tours to various cities
and attractions throughout Florida will be initiated in the near future.


-This month the Hurricane Hunters of Weather Reconnaissance Squadron Complete information on tours will be released when available. For

Four, based here at NAS Jax, has officially begun their 1971 hurricane season. more information,call the Transportation Office at Ext 3559.

Throughout the summer and
fall the squadron will be part of attitude of 400 to 700 feet above
an Intricate international net- sea level, the hunters can Navy Relief
work which will keep an eye on pentrate the calm center or 'eye'of

storm patterns in the Atlantic, the storm, measuring the .
Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. ferocity of the weather ajl the Ends Drive

This year, VW-4' will again way.
dispatch a crew to their advanced Special patterns are flown by 1r This WeekJax
base in Roosevelt Roads, Puerto the Navy, Air Force and the
Rico. Research Flight Facility of the The Navy Relief Fund
Flying especially instrumented National Oceanic and Atmospherics Drive has already produced 23.2
Super Constellations on routine Administration percent of its objective, ac-
reconnaissance tracks when no (NOAH)These special patterns, cording to RAdm. Lawrence
storms are in progress,they will flown at 10.000 feet are expected Heyworth Jr., COMFAIRJAX.
launch an all out schedule when to standarlze the Information h ,, Thirty commands have made
tropical disturbances appear. from all aircraft to enable -' ,-I their report with the Navy Fuel
Many of the flights involve 12 to forecasters to predict the storm's Depot leading with 1040 percentof
14 hours flying in extremely movement and strength.If their goal.
turbulent weather. all goes welland a storm of The drive ends this week and
The squadron will work with opportunity develops, the., Navy r all those activities that have not
the National Weather Service's and NOAA will again attempt attained their objective are
Hurricane Center in Miami, and seeding operations of storm in requested to make every effort to
with Air Force squadrons they 'Project Stormfury.' The last complete their campaign.
will fly continual flights in and triedon ._ .
Stormfury experiment was -- -- --- -
out of the severe storm centers to Hurricane Debbie in 1969 and VW-4 will keep their eye on storm patterns during the 1971
accurately position, monitor and the information gathered from Hurricane Season.

measure all aspects of the ,Debbie has encouraged scientiststo -.. -
hurricane. This routine provides believe that they will somedaybe
threatened areas with advance able to modify some of the Local Job, Agencies Schedule
warning of an onslaught by heavy effects of the storm by seeding,
winds, mountainous seas or thus reducing their potential I
huge rainfall accompanying the danger to us.Thousands. Employment BrIefIng Tuesday
storms. of people owe their
The Navy has flown into lives to the men who'man the "
hurricanes for the past 28years hurricane network and especiallyto Jax Tbe U.S.' Employment Board, Florida Junior College, counsel prospective retirees on
to develop a special low level the men who fly into these Service has scheduled a briefingon the Veterans Administration civilian labor market conditions.
approach to the storms. At an storms to seek out their secrets. civilian job opportunities for Civilian Personnel, the Florida Capt John Kincaid,station CO;
prospective military retirees at 9 State Veterans Employment and LCdr. Sandra Snodderly,
a.m. Tuesday at the NAS Jax Service, Lake City Community Project Transition Site Officer,
Theatre College and Project Referral will will attend the meeting.

I :",'r 10,... All military personnel and their
Dental Slates Oral
; ExamsJax
'". dependents who will retire or
'Jot, .. ',,.
transfer to the Fleet Reserve
,1.- __ within the next 18 months are The NAS Dental Clinic is scheduling appointments for
t 1Y invited to attend. The lecture is dependent children,age six to 23, whose sponsor's birth month is.June
being conducted by the CivilidVi Call Ext 3504 for an appointment.
k Employment Assistance
Each child will receive an oral exam, a stannous flouride treatmentand
Program in cooperation with the
oral information.This .
hygiene
and
Department of Defense
Department of Labor.Representatives is the only service provided by .the Dental Clinic on a con-
{ tinuing basis for dependent children. However, through the CHAM
w Y M from the Navy PUS medical aid program, your child may receive special medical or
League, Vocational Technical; surgical treatment not related to routine dental care. See page 13.: for
Training for Duval County School information on CHAMPUS benefits.


ra Cdr. Cook To Command VP45Island I



Jax-Cdr. C.F. Cook executive .. Wash.Commissioned.
officer of VP-45, will relieve Cdr. an ensign in
S.J.McArdle Jr.,as commandingofficer 1955, Cdr. Cook was designated a
of the squadron next naval aviator in March 1956. H
Friday. served as an instructor at
Capt. William Pressler Jr, NROTC Columbia University for
commander Fleet Air Wing 11, three years and earned his
I' til be the principal speaker ate Master of Arts degree there. in
"! change-of-command 1965.

,.*remony to be held in Hangar In June of 1968,he was assigned
tuOO.) aboard the Saratoga where he
Cdr. McArdle who has been in was credited with helping to
command since August 1970.will p install a new concept in attack
begin graduate study in defense carrier communications system.
analysis at the University of
Cdr. Cook is a veteran of the
Rochester in New York.
_... .. Korean and Vietnam conflicts
----> ---- -- -- Cdr. Cook became the
and has been awarded the Air
One Thousand Bass squadron executive officer last
Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary
September following a tour as
Henry Gocrio from the Florida National Fish Hatchery dumps a new communications officer aboard Medal and a
stock of bass fingerlings into Casa Linda Lake. The fish are only three USS Meritorious Unit Commendation.
the aircraft carrier
inches long now, but in two or three months they should average from Saratoga. Prior to that, he was lie is married to the former
eight to 10 inches long, he said. The lake is restocked with bass every flight officer and administrativeofficer Miss Patricia Simonds of Winter

two years. for VP-17 at Whidbey Cdr. Cook Park, Fla.



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Weekly, 1971 Club Schedules


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Noon Special I I Dick Flood Chicken '
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Acey-Ducey Girls
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Castle Happy Hour
Dressing
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CPO Music By Phil Cay Dance to Johnny Pineapple Happy Hour Corned Beef "::30.6:30: p.m.
Beach and'W Special: Roast 4:30-6:30 b Chuck Wagon
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Seafood Special Luncheon Buffet
Beefeaters Gene White and Candlelight and InMaln Dining
Officers Night Jean Sexton Champagne Family Buffet Room' It allan Night

Club Jean Sexton at I in Special I I 6:15.9: p.m. CLOSED Dinner In Main Ala Carte Menu

the Organ Main Brace Charlie Jay Brace

Surprise Band

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Cove Club Club Club
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Monday thru Thur .

11 '.m. 10 Midnight Sunday thru ThurSday closed Mondays Friday & Saturday your; .
Friday 11 I.m. 10 Midnight 11 '.m. to 1 '.m. WEEKDAYS

11 ..m. 10 2 ..m. Tuesday thru Friday ,
Friday & Saturday 11 a.m.to Sunday
Friday,June 4 Tuesday,June
Saturday 11 I.m. 10 1 I.m. Noon to Midnight BREAKFAST Hominy Grits,
9 am. to 2 a.m. SaturdayiSunday Chilled Juice, Fried
Club Grapefruit Eggsto BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Fried
Sunday 1 p.m to Monday thru Thur l Order, Minced Beef on Toast, Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beef
9 I.m. to Midnight 11 am to Midnight Lyonnalse Potatoes, Choice of Luncheon on Toast, Choice of Luncheon Meat or
Meat or Pork Sausage, Pork Sausage, Baked Pork & Beans,
- Assorted Danish Pastry. Blueberry Muffins.
: 'b ;j.r DINNER. Chicken Noodle Soup, DINNER Vegetable Soup, Fried
Teen Club HappeningsJax Sea Food Platter of Fried Shrimp, Ham Steaks, Mashed Sweet Potatoes,
Flounder, Fried Scallops or Sweet & Snowflake Potatoes, Buttered Lima
Sour Pork, Steamed Rice, Tartar Beans, Seasoned Carrots, Southern
The Annual General Meeting and Election of Teen Club officers r Sauce Cocktail Sauce, Buttered Style Cornbread, Vanilla Pudding

will be held tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the Gator Den. The meetingwill Ell11IEn. with Corn,Chocolate Buttered Icing Peas, Yellow Cake with SANDWICH Chocolate Syrup.Variety Meat

be followed by a record hop until 11:30 p.m. Admission will be free SANDWICH LINE. Grilled Cheeseor Sandwich or Grilled Cheese.

for members and 25 cents for guests. Ping-Pong, pool and refreshments Grilled Hamburgers. .
SUPPER Swiss Steak with Brown
rnwPROTESTANT
SUPPER Breaded Pork
Chops
will be available.A or
Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Brown Gravy, Fried Rice, Boiled Blackeyed
gala pool party Is on the agenda for June 15 from 6:30: to 9:30: p.m. Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Peas, Buttered Broccoli Speasr, Iced
at the CPO pool. The party will be for members only, and will feature Seasoned Green Peas, Harvard Beets, Yellow Layer Cake.Wednesday.
dancing and free refreshments. Don't miss iU! Yellow Cake with Chocolate Icing.
,June
For further Information concerning any Teen Club activities or to
Saturday, Junes
obtain membership forms, contact Mrs. Amell at 389-o 96. BREAKFAST Hominy Grits,
BREAKFAST .. Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot
e NAVAL AIR STATION Chilled Apricots, Fried Eggs to Order, Cakes with Maple Syrup, Choice of
/ SUNDAY Grilled Hot Cakes with Maple Syrup, Ham or Bacon, Hash Browned
'''"r Choice of Ham or Bacon, Baked Pork Potatoes,Minced Beef, Assorted Cake
& Beans, Creamed Dried Beef Doughnuts.
l ,.'t. Holy Communion-8:30: a.m. at Assorted Cake Doughnuts. DINNER. Beef Rice Soup, Baked
All 'aints Chapel. Church School BRUNCH .. Fried Eggs to Order, Chicken, Creamed Gravy, Snowflake
..tai SAVE WITH (al !ages) 9:30: a.m. at Chapel Breakfast Meat or Grilled Potatoes,' Cornbread Dressing,
Am Divine Cheeseburgers, French Fried Cranberry Sauce, French Fried
r. Worship 10:30: at Potatoes, Baked Beans, Assorted Cauliflower, Buttered Mixed
i BONDS All mints' Chapel. Cake Doughnuts, Maple Cake with Vegetabtef.Blueberry Pie.
ftSJpLVINGS Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Mocha Icing.SUPPER SANDWICH LINE .. Grilled
High! ) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- .. Navy Bean Soup, Hamburgers Cheeseburgers.
,nor Yankee Pot Roast of Beef, Natural SUPPER. Chill Con Carne or Beef
Junior and
Jtatrgh Payroll Savings> nex. senior youth Gravy, Franconla Potatoes, Seasoned' .. Porcupines.,5teamed Rice, French
Fellowship-l:30: p.m.at Bldg. 722. Lima Beans Fried cabbage, Maple Fried Potatoes, Southern Style
Evening Worship-?:30 p.m. at Cake with Mocha Ufing. .". Greens, Buttered Squash, BlueberryPie.

small Chapel. Sunday,3unisBREAKFAST --:"_ .
Thursday,June 10
Tuesday .t1omlrilr. -G'rlls
JAX AIR NEWSThe Senior ChoirRehearsalpm. Chilled Tomato Juke-Fried( Egg' to, BREAKFAST: ... Hot Oatmeal,
at Bldg.750 and Christian Science Order, Grilled Ftench, ,Toast with Chilled Orange Jutce, Fried Eggs to
Service 8 p.m. at small Chapel. Mapl Syrup- Choice' of Lur1sh*on Order, Cheese Omelet, Choice of
Meat, Pork, Sausage, Hash: Browned Luncheon'MeL or Pork Sausage,
NAVALIIOSPITAL Potatoes, Assorted'Cake-.Qouyliriuts. Baked Pork'5. Beans, Yankee Style
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Divine Worship-10 a.m. BRUNCH, -Fried Eggs to Order, Corn Bread, Assorted Cake
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval l Air Station, NATTC Breakfast Meat or Grilled .Frank Doughnuts.

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Divine Worship-n a.m. at fUrfers Baked Beans French, Fried Potatoes, DINNER ; :Chicken Noodle Soup,
Assorted Cake Italian Spaghetti with Meat Sauce or
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 500. A Doughnuts, Apple Pie. Ravioli, Pizza Pie. Parmesan Cheese

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS SUPPER. Corn Chowder, Baked Garlic Toast Buttered Spinach,
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News CATHOLIC Whipped Vlrglna! Ham.. Pineapple' Raisin. Seasoned Asparagus Tips, Pumpkin

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St. Potatoes Boiled Candied Sweet Pie.SANDWICH:
Edward's Chapel. Potatoes Carrots Seasoned r LINE Chill Dogs or
3119. Sunday Mass-8 Sprouts, Apple Pie. Egg Salad Sandwich.
p.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- SUPPER .. Braised Pork Chops,
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Monday-11 a.m. Tuesday through Monday,June 7 Steamed Rice..Tomato Gravy, Chilled

available for purchase, use patronage without regard to race, Friday-ll:30: a.m. Saturday BREAKFAST Apple Sauce, Okra & Tomato Jumbo.
Cooked
creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Confession 10:30: and 11:15: a.m. Chilled Apple Juice, Fried Eggs Farina t; Corn on the Cob. Pumpkin Pie.twia .

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Order Choice, Scrambled of Eggs with Ham,

opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print NATTC Fried Potatoes Ham Iced or Bacon. Cottage
that Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. Bldg. COffee Rings.
advertising from source.
500. DINNER ". 'Knlckerbocker Tout WtxKSilff 4 (l ll116E
Breaded Soup
Veal
Cutlets
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries ,.J Spanish Rice Polonnaise Brown Cauliflower Gravy:

concerning such should be directed to: Buttered SANDWICH June Peas, POund Cake '
liNE
"" Grilled
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Medical officer: NOW really Cheese Sandwiches or Sloppy Joe Ham &
Hamburger on
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 young man, in civilian life would Buns.
you come to me with a trivial SUPPER ".
Telephone 388.2755 Beet, Pot Pie, ;
complaint like this? Topping Braised BiscUit'
Spareribs'
JUNE Sick seaman: 'No sir, I'd send Sauerkraut Buttered with
VOL. 15 NO. 11 3, 1971 for Fried Hominy. Seasoned Egg Noodles,
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Depend on Navy Relief


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Jax-The. three key words of Eligibility is determined by
Navy Relief are: eligibility, need possession of valid Navy or
and emergency. Marine Corps identification card.
'Need' is used in the sense that
the request must be for some
Foreign Beans purpose considered necessary to N A.

the welfare of the individual. .
Examples of this are food, \ /
Prove DeadlyJax shelter utilities, dental treat -

ment, hospitalization or car NAVY RELIEF SOCIETY MEMBERS who met at the home f Mrs. John Kincaid to be honored for

The small red Jequirity repairs. their' volunteer work for the auxiliary by RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., COMFAIRJAX, art
Bean ( crab 'Emergency' means that the Eleanor Hull (1), layette chairman, who received 300-hour award, and Isabel Latham who earnedthe
rosary pea eye,
jumbee or precatory bean) whichis situation creating the need is 600-hour pin.At right of RAdm. Heyworth Is Sarah Cumming who received 300-hour pin. Others
commonly found in necklaces, unexpected. Examples are not present for their awards are Wendy Imphong, Sallie Loy, Berry Walden and Nancy Wulf ((100
bracelets or other costume delayed or lost allotment checks, hours), Pat DeCrosta and Patricia New ((300 hours) and Sis Clark and Syliva Thomas ((400 hours).
Jewelry brought by Navymen automobile breakdown, extensive Mrs. Kincaid (r) is volunteer chairman for the Jacksonville Auxiliary of the Navy Relief and was
returning from Caribbean and dental treatment, hostess for the membership awards luncheon last week.

African deployments, has been hospitalization or emergency
discovered to present a severe or leave. AE Student Appointed. AnnapolisJaxAEAA j
fatal hazard to those ,wearing Navy Relief is here is assist' ,
them. with the daily problems of'servicemen -,
and their dependents.Too Richard L. education. nomination to the Academy.
Customs agents have been many people think tragedy Warren, a student at Phase III of While in recruit training at Each congressman may have
confiscating these beans from such as fire or death must strike the AE 'A' School, received the Great Lakes, 111., he was in-f, five midshipmen attending the
returning Navymen. The small before assistance becomes official word May 10 that he had terviewed by his commanding Academy at any one time and ten
hard bean is smooth and scarletin available. Of course, assistanceIs been accepted at the Naval officer, battalion commanderand nominations may be made for
color with a black sport and
Academy commanders each
provided in cases of disaster, regimental vacancy.
contains toxic substance called Warren attended two of because he interested in
but it" should be realized that years was
Abrin which resembles \the Ricin Navy :Relief help is available college at 'Michigan State becoming a Naval Officer. He not A native of Ovid, Mich.,
in Castor Beans. Chewing or 'whenever and wherever a University and then enlisted in only applied for the Naval Warren will report to AnnapolisJune
swallowing them can cause legitimate need exists.In the Navy in November 1970 in Academy Prep School but also 30 to begin his training as a
nausea, severe diarrhea with April, the Jacksonville hopes of acquiring more requested a congressional midshipman.ScS .
colic, weakness, rapid pulse,
tremors and can result in death. auxiliary provided 22 layettes,
and financial assistance in the
There is no antidote and the
only treatment is to pump the amount of $12,125.19. Additionally CJUI
stomach by using vomiting 128 people were eC.e..las Standing Boulevard
benefited by advice and service House Quality Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Center
agents or lavage, cathartics and Phone 71 19723
from Relief.
symptomatic and supportive Navy
measures. When a serviceman or his Every FRIDAY Night is
dependents are in doubt as to Every SATURDAY Night is
whether or not Navy Relief can FAMILY NIGHT
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problem, they should apply and if STEAK 179 Chicken &
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Navy Relief educational Chopped Steak

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TIRES children of Navy and Marine
WHEELS HUBS Corps personnel. Assistance will
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AXLES 1,800 students for the 1971.1972 s rs 11: s '
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school year. Authorized
WINCHES educational loans will total one
ROLLERS, etc. and one-half million dollars for
We Save You Moneyl I the year. The deadline for applying I I Ir In

Geo. Schumann is March 15. 4K
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obtained by contacting the local
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Free Parking Behind Yellow Building
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't''ji' Twenty-eight Years Blackbird RetiresBy



; Of Dialing Retires 1Z Va x+ ,. : Lt. (jg) K.M. DuganAt


: Just to make her last hour on demonstrated one weekend when tea an All Hands Quarters on
'i y duty complete before beginning a she was the only operator on May 28, AFCM Marion Griffin of
, weil-earned retirement, Mrs. duty. Between tears, answering VA-45 was 'piped' over the side
for the final time, having
I.; Georgia Gardner operated the
I information calls, and announcing honorably and faithfully served
AUTOVON board, the most vcz7e
'Operator, Cecil', she
difficult and demanding the Navy for over thirty years.
assignment in the Cecil Field begged and finally persuaded her AFCM Griffin reported to the
telephone office. doctor to proceed with an Blackbirds on December 3, 1966
emergency appendectomy on her and in his next four and a half
Over the years, Mrs. Gardner son without her signature as she years 'demonstrated an infinite
has received many com was unable to locate a relief capacity for sound management,
mendatlons for outstanding work operator. She arrived at the y quality leadership, and
and devotion to duty. Typical of hospital as her young son was + NO professional competence/
j her determination never to leavea being wheeled from the operatingroom. L From December 1966-May,
switchboard unattended was 4" Y i yt 1968 AFCM Griffin served as VA-
.. 45's Leading Chief and exhibitedan

9 30 YEARS PLUSII!1 AFCM Marion Griffin final salute to complete a excellent sense of
{ career In the Navy Is to his fellow Chiefs as he Is piped over the side.VA174 organizational ability. His high
sense of responsiblity,
dedication,and loyalty continuedas
Air Force? he served as Aircraft Division
Chief from May 1968-January
I 1970. As Maintenance Control
Lt. Col. C. Allison Jr., USAF, Super Sabre. Chief during the past year he
recently joined the Hellrazors of coordinated and directed all of
6< Attack Squadron 174 for an ab- The Navy-Air Force exchange the scheduled and unscheduled
breviated familiarization was established as a
program maintenance efforts on aircraft.'To .
'. syllabus in the A7E Corsair II. lie media for an exchange of ideas this end he has demonstrateda
is presently assigned to the Navyas and to maintain Navy-Air Force high degree of professional
the Fleet Air Force Officer, relationships) at a peak level. skill, resourcefulness, and sound
2nd Fleet, Norfolk Va. Capt W.V. Members are assigned to Naval Judgement. lie has shown an
Keenan, Jr., USAF, also serving Officers billets, mainly aviation, amazing capacity for coordinating
with the Navy as an exchange within the shore establishment the efforts of others
officer, was assigned to indoctrinate and with operational carrier while demanding only quality
6 f Lt. Col.,Allison in the based squadrons. Parent ser- workmanship. His personal
familiarization phase. Capt vices benefit in long range terms example alone has served to
Keenan reported aboard VA-174 from the exchange tours by inspire and motivate his working
-- -- last July from the 352nd Tactical having members at all levels force toward higher goals. Under
Lltuttnant Commander Warren M. Garb, Public Works Officer, Fighter Squadron in Southeast familiar with the operations of his guidance and constant vigil
presents Mrs. Gardner with her retirement certificate. Asia where he flew the F-100 their sister services. there' has been a marked improvement
in the quality of
maintenance performed.'
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YI t. Traffic Deaths Reduced

J JI I
NATTC Driving School GraduatesJaxThree


officers and 21
enlisted personnel graduatedfrom deaths in this county.This year to putting good driving habits to
NATTC's Defensive Driving date there has only been one, a use, and are thus doing their I
School May 20. comparison which proves that share in preventing highway
NATTC Military Personnel more military personnel are fatalites.
Officer, Stanley H. Block,
conducted the ceremony and Benny Sugg Nets Cash
presented a defensive driving
) certificate to each student On I
I ; hand for the presentations were For
AO School
: instructors BTC Peter M. Homa Student
rJ and A01 Eldon E. Schultz, along

with Safety Engineer Spiro Jax-A02 Jimihy E.'Barnes; a A native of Panama City, Fla.,
Tassapolous. student at NATTCenter's. AO 'B' Petty Officer Barnes has been in
The course consisted of eight School received 6 cash award of the Navy for 10 years and Is
sessions devoted to specific areas $20 Friday foi// his beneficial scheduled to report to Binh Thuy
of anlysls concerning preven- suggestion regarding armanent
table and non-preventable accidents panel dividers. WO Age Limits
the practice of defensive
driving, different types of Ills money winning suggestionwas
collisions and how they may be that the dividers,which fit on
CNO
avoided, the art of passing, and the control panels of A7 aircraft Changed by
the 'mystery crash.' and are used to prevent ac-
1 1Si biE cidental weapon firings, shouldbe
Since it was first organizedin constructed from durable WASHINGTON-Chief of Naval
January, the NATTC Driving plastic instead of the costly Operations, Adm. Elmo R.
School has graduated 110 material which the governmenthad Zumwalt Jr., in his Z-Gram 81,
students.The goal of the school is been using. The process he has changed the age limitations
to help reduce traffic deaths and devised is of considerably less for petty officers who want to
violations in Duval County. In expensive than the previous become warrant officers. The
1970 there were 26 military method. change allows older men to ap-
'I" )l' .4. _-- 7 WTTTTBJUCTJHMty fUBh ply.

MAD FOXES ASSIST-AIr-Force Mal'I.| Gus Matinex, Lt. (fig| ) Joel First class petty officers must
I Howard and Cdr. Tom Chancy present lines to Sister Victoria of the be at least 23, and not more than
Angra Home for Elderly Persons In with ,
conjunction the V p. com. 32. The upper age limitationthen
monity relations prolect at Terceira, Azores. 4. increases by two years with

N f y each pay grade so that a master
chief may be 38 years old at
VP-5 Mad Foxes Launch application.
V i
I 1
Required time in service
Community Aid ProgramJaxPatrol remains stable throughout the

pay grades at six years or more.
r#
The changes were made to
Squadron Five, Americans military personneland COMPLETES U-Master Gunnery Sergeant Levy 0. Vincent, past pave the way for a vast resource
home based atNAS Jacksonvilleand the island inhabitants.The supply officer of MATSO, receives a unit plaque from Lt. Col. L.E. of qualified specialists to find
currently serving a split VP-5 program is being Blanchard,MATSO CO,upon retiring from active duty after 23 years greater fulfillment in a Navy
deployment to Rota Spain, and conducted in cooperation with the service in the Marine Corps. MGySgt. Vincent came to MATSG In career.
Lajes Azores, has launched an local Portuguese authorities who November of 1968 from Parris Island, where he worked as a clothing Details are listed In NAVOP
extensive community relations have given valuable assistance, officer. He intends, to retire In Jacksonville. 141507Z.
program at both sites. in both the planning and com. -
-- ---- ----- -
With the aid of funds from the munications aspects.
Commander, Naval Air Forces
Atlantic Fleet, the Mad Foxes Degree ProgramIs
recently delivered a large
quantity of lines to the Angra ExpandedThe
Home for Elderly Persons, 3':1:
located on the Portuguese island BS-BA program at the \/b
of Terceira, Azores. Naval Postgraduate School has
Working with the Home has been expanded to include com- ORANGE
given squadron personnel an missioned,warrent, limited duty,
opportunity to learn much about restricted line and staff corps
the customs, culture and officers. PARK
problems of the Portuguese Interested personnel who meet P6' ,
people. The project also serves the eligibility requirements lA f Y. 4f. J IIII I Northeast Florida's
the additional purpose of outlined in BUPERSMAN 6630100are I Newest and Finest
strengthening relations between encouraged to apply.Be AccomodationsDICKWILLIAMSDrums
LEWISIINGOrgan Piano IIIIII

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t Exchange Hires Men's Hairstylist m


products such as moustache wax,
about the completeline
Jax-Chuck Landers of the to ask Chuck aids dandruff conditioners, and-the
Barber is of men's hairgrooming innovation in
Main Exchange Shop The shop offers latest men'shairstyling
no ordinary barber lie Is a men's -available-_."'_. '.there., items-hot combs.
hairstylist, and any man who's If you can't spare the hour or If
'in the know' about today's look you feel that a men's hair style is
, J' w t can tell you that there is a big not for you, drop in at the Main
, 1 j difference between the two. Barber Shop In Building 3 for a
It.I A graduate of styling school for regular cut, or go to one of the
t. men, Chuck has had 16 years of shops listed below for quick,
experience and is well qualifiedfor expert service:
his job. His work may be Hangar 1000, open Monday
acquired by appointment only through Friday from 8 a.m. to
since men's hairstyles require 4:30: p.m. Phone Ext. 2398.
approximately one hour from BOQ (by appointment only)
start to finish. This includes a Monday through Friday from 8
i shampoo,razor cut and style. lie a.m. to 11:30: a.m. Phone Ext.
FISHERMAN'S PARADISE-Doug Rosenbeck of the Sptical Ser. also does excellent work with '
vices Gear Issue Room displays some of the fishing items available. Afros and short styles for women 3194.NATTC Building 554, open
then. and is trained to cut and style Monday through Friday from
men's hairpieces. 9:30: a.m. to 6:30: p.m.

His hours are from 8:30: a.m. to Air Operations Building 118,
Vacation Fun Awaits 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday open Monday through Friday
Appointments may be from 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m.
made by calling Ext. 3437 Naval Hospital, open Monday
through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30:
While at the BarBerShop
At Services you're Phone Ext. 8428.
Special getting a hair style, be sure Chuck Lander p.m.

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Jax-Summer is just around the department, too, with Coleman
corner and that means many stoves, heaters, lanterns and
Navy families will be turning to other items. nCEJXTPOSWNWORBE ILRAHCLEYSTEVEROPERMAIPOESLM
the great outdoors for fun and And while you're on vacation, D.
relaxation. Why not let Special take along a few Special Services

Services helpyou make the most sports articles to aid in passing 5 T E.V E CAN r 0 N L NOT DR T N J T J
of the sunny days ahead with the time. Fishing rods and reels
their wide selection of camping tennis rackets, golf clubs, water, O G P P T Z T PIG PEN M H M N I H B Z F S

and sports equipment? skis and baseball equipment are WHOYLNOOVXJEAPAONAAOUZo
Camping buffs will find just several of the items
everything they need at the available.For many R P H A E P' LEI H C RAN L C R L N Z 0Ex

Special Services Gear Issue the Navyman who wants to S'U Z D X B U Z SAW Y E R BEG I R Z G
Room in Buidling 704, from tentsto take
of the
mild
fully equipped camping weather advantage to work on his home and MIL I N J A C'K MAW Z 0 T V L L Y T A

trailers. The campers rent for $2 yard, Special Services offers W I Z A R D 0 F I DOL 0 B G D A S T H I N
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comodate four to five persons; hedgers and much more. L
tents cost $1 per day. So if you're interested in R IP0TEET00EETAUB ISCZHN

Perhaps you have your own borrowing,renting available or just findingout : Y J G D E H S N 0 0 P Y H 0 L M A J REO CTERRYGUSWLLOWESLNAZIKY
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Corolla UP & DOWN PUZZLE contains the of 50 ,
names cartoon strip characters hidden among the
letters., The names may be written In the conventional
direction, or diagonally way or: right-to-left,. vertically in either

Sedan < The Cartoon Strip characters names used In this puzzle are, in alphabetical order
: Alley Oop, ArchIe -
Batman, B.C.. Beetle Bailey, Blondie, Plenty, Duz Sawyer, Charlie
AS Brown, Dagwood, Dick
v' Donald Duck, Flash
Tracy Gordon
Henry, Jiggs, JUjthead, Joe Palooka .
Kayo LI'I Abner, Linus, Lothar
U. Fuzz Mandrake
the
Magician, Mary Perkins Mary. Worth Mickey
'Mouse Nancy. Oola,
Orphan Annie, Pigpen, I'ogo, Popeye, IJoteet, Prince Valiant, Rip Kirby Sad ''Satk; Skeezix. Sluggo,
SmiJin' Jack, Smitty, Snoopy, Steve ..
Canyon, tevenoper; Superman
Tarzan -Terry, The Phantom,
UPTOiJMlWWT Wimpy, Wizard of Id and Zero.

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Standard

Equipment includes : Reclining Bucket Seats

White \ -all tires Wheelcovers Nylon carpets

Fronfdisc brakes Tinted glass Right now, you're only 10 minutes away

PRICES THAT CAN'T BE BEAT !

Come in..or call 389-6668 or 9. from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain,

43 YW KARMANN GHIA.DO\Ibluharp. $775
45 MERCURY Door Sedan. V.8, Auto. trans., Air conditioned. Power
steering,Power brakes.R&H. J7 J4ft
MERCURY PARKLANE Door Hardtop. V 6, Auto. trans., Power:
steerlno.brakes,windows and seats.Tinted glass,R&H. $10t5
M VWSEDAN.4-speedR&H. Ills (Where the Good Life is included in the rent)
ft? FORD GALAXY 'SOO'Door Hardtop. V.. Auto trans.. Factory air,
Tinted glass Power steering, R&H WWT. Low mileage,one owner Like
New! t145
We have 6yessix( ) swimming
pools. Q Plus
47 FORD CORTINA.Low low mileage one like
owner new. tfS shuffleboard and badminton 2045 James Rd., Jacksonville Fla.
| With
ft! CHEVY MALIBU 2-DOOR HARDTOP Auto. trans., cylinder, R&H. IJ Phone 781 3818
congenial neighbors to : '
Beat this'' 114IS young help enjoy them '
D All only one block from golf and RENTING HOURS:
FASTBACK. an
41.OPEL KADETTE 4-Speed R&H. $1075
elementary school"with other schools, ""'"""" Mon thru Sat: 9.006: :00; Sun. 1.6:00:
IMPALA Custom Door Including shopping F
ftt CHEVROLET Hardtop. Fully loaded y
centers and boating minutes j "
Factory air I222S away You DIRECTIONS:Out Roosevelt Blvd.,
can get to Cecil Field or the Naval Air Station turn right on San Juan-Continue past
41 PONTIAC 4-PASSENGER WAGON. Fully Loaded with Factory air ,
Double sharp.Was S189S,reduced to SINS in 10 minutes downtown Jacksonville in IS I f Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
TOYOTA CORONA 2-Door Hardtop. Auto. trans., R&H. Low mileage. U Apartments have individually controlled x -turn left to apartments.
Double Sharp! SI17S heating/ and air conditioning, carpeting ,
draperies, and sliding glass door to courtyardor
70 DATSUN Door Vlnylroof.4.SpeedHeaterWWT $14 S
balcony (U And you move into a 1 or 2 ,
SEE US TODAYI bedroom apartment tOday. Furnished or unfurnished : ARLEN
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HOURS: -- ( Total Engine Performance
SAME DAY COVERAGESTATE 4 4 Sun, Thor 4pm II.JOpm .
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FARMMUTUAL AUTOMOBILEINSURANCE CO. $ Closed Tuesday Saturday 4pm It 4$am
Home ,
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I
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1 552 CASSAT AVENUE

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Miles South of HAS-Highway 11''.Orange Park j Cole Slaw and Hush Puppies(
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Marines Exercise Field '




Compass Reading Skills
r
ice :Jr a, i j j

Training for combat is a part of every '
Marine's life-whether he is overseas or
Stateside-and the men of the Marine
Barracks here at NAS Jax are no ex-
a
ception.

Recently during their Field Compass
March, the Marines tested their ability to 1
find their way 'out of the dark' In 2,800
acres of land owned by the St. Regis PaperCo.
tm just south of Orange Park.
Y7Ci
During the four-day field trip, Marines
put to test the map-reading skills they
learned in a 25-hour class lecture. ___
Given a map already plotted by a Marine [ _
Barrakcs training official, the men were* _
required to find their way to various pointsby 1 *
compass.The +


thick, underbrush of the SL Regis
land preserve afforded an ideal combat
L situation for the Marines as they waded to r,. M
r n each check point on the course, and many

,_____, unu' _-... completed the course in a few hours.

Marines Spot Check Point Barnett Bank PLOTTING A COURSE-George Taylor, Forest Area Manager for

the St. Regis Paper Co.,south of Orange Park,is on hand as Lt. Robert
At NAS HasTemporary
details of the Compass Course. The
over the
Hickinbotham goes
Now You Can REALLY LIVE I Irolling Manager Marine Barracks was able to use the 2,800-ere land preserve, cour.
tesy of the St. Regis Paper Co.,for a four-day Compass Field March.
Jax-H.C. Hart Jr. has been
vcTTT3Y named temporary manager of PUZZLE ANSWER
the Barnett Bank's facility offices
at NAS Jacksonville and
It D I ANG
Cecil Field.
dart retired on May 31 as vice T D R
H MR IdA
president and auditor of the A 4 R AR
Barnett Bank of Jacksonville, 1 I : KLGR etM Z
N.A.after 46 years of service. He K r v
0 AY
is acting in this capacity to allow ., A R L K
the current manager, Robert B. ti 0 T t AC Xu
to J R Ku
Chapman, an opportunity gain
o u C et
c, additional training in phases of A u JRt
N K D O IN
banking other than operations. n D K
Upon completion of this trainingat .L L R LK 2 2T
the Barnett Bank of Y ea
Jacksonville, it is intended that 0 AKOOLAPLOJ TsELIIOR
Chapman will return to the NAS
and Cecil Field facilities. .------..----
Chapman, a Jacksonville r' I I PHONE 381'53S .
native, joined the Barnett Bank I.-
1 in July 1955. After working in
various areas of the bank,he was F I 1 I
given operational responsiblities I
at both the NAS and Cecil Field -- I I
,
1249.1251 King St.
facility offices. Compass Check
I
a I Jacksonville,Florida 32204
i I WANTEDUSED -

Cut moving costs I I EQUIPMENT.CAMERAS AND PAY I

Move-it-yourself one-way or localin I TOP DOLLAR-3U-8535 I

a Ryder One-Way rental truck IBR/NO THIS AD WITH YOU/ I
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3 & 4
BEDROOM HOMES MAINTAIN IT

$22,000 $26,000 WITH LOVING CARE

z VA and FHA FINANCING WANT CASH? TOM BUSH Volkswagen

Salesman at Knoll Drive 10 am til 4 pm Daily Ref/enJ1I/


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2, 3 and 4 Bedroom Homes for more atBeneficial Jax's GreatestFURNITURE

$17,750
to $21,000

lN"p, r' Sidewalks and Street Lights Values!
se,e M/M MI '
: Convenient to Churches,Schools
s. t ';U I and Shopping Centers Make a fresh start this Spring! Get a Beneficial A1I-In. WHOLESALE
i One Loan. It can pay off your other loans. clean up PRICE TO EVERYONE
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LL A1R
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you have in mind.Call up or come in...now! EVERYDAY

Clay County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Community I Beneficial Finance SystemLOANS

BELLA.JE&HOME : :: SUNDAY
UP TO $600 TIL P MSURPLUS

:BUILJDEIRS: : INC.: 3436 BEACH BLVD.-SOUTHGATE SHOP. CTR.
Phone 398-1513
Member of National Home Builders Associationand
Blvd.
UNIVERSITY
757 TOWN&
Jacksonville Home Builders Associations Phone 725.8515s COUNTRY SHOP.CTR. GOODSDISCOUNT

You're cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience ..>...,...' ..",./k.Jochanill.; Aroa
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Performance awards were 6 Y
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; H1 Rework Facility (NARF). .. .......iJ
Jimmie Mac, production
dispatcher; Bernard Siegel and THAT MAKES 50- H. L. Jackson of NARF is presented his 50 year
N y W E. Hope, both production pin by Capt. D. H. Helle, NARF commanding officer.
4 i t controllers were among the
recipients Willis Doolittleand
/ Jesse Wright, airframes Jackson ReceivesHis
tIHYr a ., ,, -.. mechanics, also received notice
LET'S WORK TOGETHER .. (I to r)Cdr G. R. Bell, NARF Executive for their work.
Officer and Chairman of the EEOC,and J. I.BellwingerJr.NAS Wilroy C. Felix, foreman of 50 Year PinJax
EEO Coordinator, along with other EEOC members met with R. L. aircraft electricians, and Gettys
Bowers,director of City of Jacksonville's Community Committee,and Vaughn, aircraft electronic
Gerald Schneider, employment protect director of the same worker, received the per. May 25th, Capt. D. H. now foreman of avionics
organization. formance awards. Ell Hunter, Hiele,Naval Air Rework Facility metalsmith at NARF.
aircraft engine mechanic Ken (NARF) commanding officer,
neth Wooten, welder, and C. C. presented II.L.Jackson a pin anda The Award, Alabama native
Agencies Discuss Allen, aircraft electrician, also letter for his 50 years of federal plans to make Jacksonville his
were awarded. service. home when he makes his second
William Nichols was also Jackson spent 30 years of his retirement in November. He and
: awarded the Sustained Superior career in the Navy. He retired as his wife, Bernadette, have three
Job Opportunities performance award. a chief here in Jacksonville, lie is children, all of them girls.


j
Jax-The cooperation between program and efforts to insure
,j local and. federal government sound community relations. Y
agencies was in full swing at the The visitors pointed out that
recent meeting of the Naval Air their organization receives and ii:." ,'1. NOW THRU SATURDAY, JUNE 5 .
Rework Facility's (NARF) investigates complaints by in : .j"
Equal Employment Opportunity dividuals relative to alleged
Committee. abuses by public officials, assists
Richard L. Bowers director of business firms in formulating
city of Jacksonville's Community affirmative action plans, and '
Relations Commission and serves as a voluntary complaint / GIDEAALWAYS
Gerald A. Schneider, employment agency.Commander n'
project director of the G. R. Bell, NARF FIRST
same organization,addressed the Executive Officer and Chairmanof
NARF's committee on equal the EEOC, reviewed with the .
employment opoortunity and committee a series of NARF ,,;}.,,
described the Jacksonville actions and accomplishmentsaircraft. .

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A $550 and a $665 awardwas This beneficial l" IN COLOR
presented to two deserving suggestion has an additional
Naval Air Rework Facility savings of $25,908 for the first r
(NARF) employees for their year the suggestion was in effect.
beneficial suggestions. Anthony Fragale, foreman of -r
.
Harley Whitt, aircraft aircraft metalsmith, for his '
metalsmith 3rd, received an suggestion concerning the hinge
additional $550 award for his pin of the A7 Pylon.received the .5 IVI
suggestion concerning repair of $665 award. It is estimated at a ,
the wing fold rib on the RA5C $14,523 saving. J J, .

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immunizations up flame appliances until you
e.date Keep for all family mem- are sure no. gas leaks exist.
to '


Ii -EARTkftiJAKE$ bers.discussions f. Conduct about calm,, family earthquakes creates switches Do leaks not are sparks or operate suspected.appliances wihch electrical can If This gas ig


and other possible nite gas from broken lines
fright-
disasters. Do not tell 5. Do not touch downed power
earth scientists In' ''C ening stories about disasters. lines or objects touched by

this country and abroad are 1.---- s DURING ANEARTHQUAKE the downed wires.

focusing their studies on the 6. Immediately clean up
search for means of predict 1. Remain calm. Think spilled medicines, drugs, and
ing impending earthquakes, through the consequences of other potentially harmful
but. as yet, an accurate any action you take. Try to mated K
diction of the time and pace r calm and reassure others. 7. If water is off, emergency
of such an event cannot be 2. If indoors watch for falling water may be obtained from
made. From past experience, plaster bricks, light fix- water heaters, toilet tanks,
however, one can assume that tures, and! other objects. melted ice cubes, and canned
earthquakes will continue to
for high book- vegetables.
Watch out
harass mankind and that
they will occur most fre- (Th' cases, china cabinets, shelves which, 8. Check to see that sewage
quently in the areas where and other furniture lines are intact before per
slide topple. Stay of
they have been relatively might or mitting continued flushing
from windows. mirrors,
in the In the away toilets.
common past.
_
If in danger,
United States, earthquakes and chimneys. 9. Do not eat or drink any
under table desk, or
get a ,
can be expected to occur thing from open containersnear
bed; in a corner away from shattered glass. Liquidsmay
most frequently In the west
door-
ern states, particularly in windows; or in a strong be strained through a
Alaska, California, Washington way. Encourage others to clean handerkerchief or cloth

Oregon, Nevada, Utah, follow it is best your not example.to run Usually outside. if'danger of glass contamination
and Mqntana. The danger, exists.
however, is not confined to 3. If in a high-rise office 10. If power is off, check
anyone part of the country; building, get under 'a desk. freezer and plan mealsto
your
Do dash' for exits, since
not
,
major earthquakes have occurred use :up foods which will
at widely scattered lo. stairways may be broken and spoil quickly.
cations. jammed with people. Powerfor
t elevators may ,fail. 11. Use outdoor charcoal'
TilE DANGERSThe 4. If in a crowded store, do broilers for emergency cooking -
actual of
movement .
not rush for a doorway.since
the ground in an earthquake 12. Do not tele-
hundreds may have the same use your
is seldom the direct of
cause idea. If you must leave the phone except for genuine
death or Most casualties
result injury. building, choose your exit as emergency calls. Turn on
from fallingobjects
radio for damage reports
and debris because carefully as possible. your

the shocks can shake, damage --.. .... _.,._. -- -.- 5. If outside, avoid high and information.
or demolish buildings buildings, walls, power poles, 13. Check your chimney over
and other structures Earthquakes There are many actions atJl; of damage from an and other objects which its entire length for cracks
may also trigger which you can take to reduce earthquake. could fall. Do not run and damage, particularly in
through streets. If possible; the attic and at the roof
landslides and generate huge the dangers from earth
2. Asa parent or head ofa
ocean waves (seismic sea quakes to yourself, your move to an open area away line. Unnoticed damage could
waves), each of which can family, and others. family: from all hazards. If in an lead to a fire. The initial
cause great damage. a. Hold occasional home automobile, stop' in the saf, checks' should be made from
Injuries are commonly BEFORE ANEARTHQUAKE earthquake drills to provide est place -available, prefer- a distance. Approach chimneys -

caused by>> : your aavoid with the knowledge ably an open area.AFTER with caution.
1. Partial building collapses, 1. As a homeowner or Injury and pan ANEARTHQUAKE' 14. Check closets and storage -
such as toppling of chimneys, tenant: ic during' an earthquake.b. shelf areas. Open closet

falling brick from wall fac a. Check your home for Teach responsible members in and cupboard doors carefullyand
ings and roof collapsing of how to 1. Check for injuries your, watch
parapets, earthquake hazards. Bolt your family Do for objects falling
and neighborhood.
walls, falling ceiling down or provide other strong turn off electricity, gas, and family seriously from shelves.
not attempt to move -
plaster, light fixtures, and support for water heaters water at main switch and injured unless 15, Do not spread rumors.
persons
pictures. and other gas appliances, valves. Check with your local they are in immediate dangerof They often do great harm
2. Flying glass from broken since fire damage can result utilities office. for in further following disasters.
injury.
windows. (This danger may from broken gas lines and structions. fires fire 16. Do
be 2. Check for or not go sightseeing
J greater from windows. in appliance connections. Use c. Provide for responsible
hazards. immediately, particularly in
highrise structures.)
flexible condition wherever members- of your family to 3.'Wear shoes' in all areas beach and waterfront areas
3. Overturned bookcases
I Place large and receive basic first aid instruction
possible. -
debris broken glass. where seismic
near or sea waves
fixtures, and other furniture
and appliances. heavy objects on the lower because medical 4. Check utility lines and appliances could strike. Keep the street
shelves. Securely fasten facilities may be overloaded
for damage. If clear for of
gas passage emer
4. Fires from broken chimneys

shelves to. walls. Brace or immediately after a severe leaks exist, shut off the main gency vehicles.
broken lines and
gas anchor high or top-heavy earthquake. Call local
similar causes. The danger your gas valve. Shut off electri 17. Be prepared for additional -
Red Cross
objects. or civil defense director
cal if there is damageto earthquake shocks called
may be aggravated by the power
b. In new construction and for information about "
house wiring. Report "aftershocks.
Although most
lack your
of water due to broken classes.
alterations
mains. follow building damage to the appropriate of these are smaller than the
I 5. Fallen power lines. codes to minimize earthquake d. Keep a flashlight and a utility companies and follow main shock some may be
6. Drastic human actions hazards. Sites 'for construction battery-powered transistor their instructions. Do not large enough to cause additional
resulting -
from panic. should be selected and radio in the home, ready for use matches, lighters, or open damage.
engineered to reduce the baz use at all times.

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Bel-Air Meadowbrook area I Blvd.
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? PARTS A SUPPLIES S member of the Bel-Air meal and family. Plates Nautical' Chart tOutrlggtrt *Nautical Wear
Meadowbrook Civic League.To your Paint *FJ h Boxes Burgee Jacket
7 Special Service Discount C cups, utensils and beverages will *Hardware >SIIITabl./ Wear tvwMUOE '
be furnished for you. Repair Material Acc* .or 7 1WParkAve.Ph.J44.JJ04 < learn more about the
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY ,

Publisher ,, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
: Movie Schedule
Call: 388.2755
JAXAIRNEWS : I

NAS Jacksonville : Ads Shoulli be mlllfG to arrive not liter than
Tuesday for publication the fOllowing ThursdlY.
LATWINGER Ads. arrIvIng! too late! for this Deadline< will be
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published 1 the Instructed following otherwise week A unless the Thursday,June: Pippa Scott and Bob Newhart

SSUJdi for the full! cost of the "check must b or* NAS: 'THERE'S A GIRL IN GP 'B' (102 mins.IIOSPITAL .)
received/ WITH the copy for the Id. MY SOUP' Color comedy drama : 'TilE OWL AND

starring Peter Sellers, Goldie THE PUSSYCAT'
San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge 13 lines)
4747 $2.00. lIawn and Diana Dors. R 'G' (95
Per. additional line (4 words per line) Soc .
JacksonvilleFlorida mir-,.) Monday,June 7

I HOSPITAL: 'THE GREAT .
WHITE HOPE' Color boxing NAS: THUNDERBALL' Color

drama starring' James Earl 007 drama starring Sean Connery
'
I_--:-""." ,ua., '''""tt.u", w"1j_ REAL, EsTATt;( "'" CHEVY MALIBU Jones and Jane Alexander. GP and Claudine Auger. GP 'E' (131
V,"Auto. Trans. R&H Mag wheelt$590 'V'Gf ((95 mins.) mins.)
ASTRO MOTORS HOSPITAL: 'COLD TURKEY'
SERVICE WIVES NOW HEAR THISI 6566 Normandy Blvd. Friday,June 4
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS Lovely 2 BR, Den, Hd. floors,
Jobflnders 1372 Cassat.. 387-5626 or fireplace, Sep. DR. Garage, Conv. to NAS: 'LITTLE FAUSS AND Tuesday,June 8 -
1022 Park Street, 354 7888. everything. FHA TermsEd. 1t4DODOEPOLARA4Door
drama
BIG HALSY1 Color cycle
- .C. Philips,Realtor 60x12 2 BR. Mobile Home j a
OFFICE WORKER 387.2501 miniature poodle Ruger .357 Mag. starring Robert Redford, NAS: 'WOODSTOCK1 Color
Part.time, Ideal for Navy wife > Call after 5 & on weekends. 7860489. Michael J. Pollard and Linda documentary. 'R 'E' ((194 mins.)
TRADE EQUITY
Normandy Blvd. 7860677.BABYSITTER 3 BR, Home for late BEACH model VW Gaye. R 'G' (99 mlns.) HOSPITAL : THUN

NEEDED Camper. 246.4740. 65 ENGLISH FORD HOSPITAL: 'THERE'S A DERBALL'
2 chlldren-7:30: a.m. to 5:00: p.m. Just Door, 4-speed, $340 GIRL IN MY SOUP'SaturdayJune
off Roosevelt Blvd-on bus line. Contact 'HIDDEN WATERS'
Laura Seaward after 5 p.m. 389 Black Creek, Canal or Like lots ASTRO MOTORS S Wednesday,June 9
5314. available. Excellent fishing, boating, 6566 Normandy Blvd.
" """"" swimming. Mobile Home area Also NAS: THE OWL & THE NAS: 'TIlE PRIEST'S WIFE'
GENERAL OFFICE permanent home area. High, wooded CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS PUSSYCAT' Color comedy Color drama starring
comedy
Put office skills to work and earn
your lots. E.Z Terms. One mile E. Lake '
71 BOAT
HIGH PAY. Work when & where you drama starring Barbra Marcello Mastroianni and Sophia
No. 209. La Rue 7253992.
Asbury on Motor and trailer. 18' Fiberglass 15
wish. NO FEE. Call: HR Mtr. Streisand and George Segal. R Loren. GP 'F' ((104 mins.)
NORRELL 'G' (95 mlns.) 'WOODSTOCK''The
Services CASHI Call Ron Rohrer HOSPITAL:
Temporary 396.5371WAITRESSES We buy,sell,and trade equities Ext.2431 or 387.5622 HOSPITAL: 'LITTLE FAUSS
Louise T.Bailey WE FINANCE AND BIG HALSY1
NEEDEDCPO 7713605 Broker enemy are thick as peas
Sunday,JuneS there. What shall do '
Club NAS Jax. Call 772 3461 for over we ?
ANTIQUE 51 CHEVROLET NAS 'COLD TURKEY' Color Officer: 'Shell them u Idiot.
Interview appointment.JOE'S : "
2.Door, Stick. R&H Runs extra good
I.Utl9l"! : $. mechanically. $240 comedy starring Dick Van Dyke, Shell them.'
HANDY MAN SERVICEThe
Impossible we do Immediately. ASTROMOTORS
take little longer. House MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 5655 Normandy Blvd. ... ... .. ........
Miracles a ''''''' '''' :;
painting, household, repairs, minor On Call Prlv.26.4-9487 lot off after Doctors Lake Dr.2 BR. ;: : :: :: :::: ::::::; ;::::: :;;; ::: ;;; :::; :; .,!.,.:
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glass Ret.),etc.Joe Hurwltz,2644135USN( VA FINANCINGNo Evlnrude 388 7455 Outboard FOR after SALE 5.Motor IVi HP. JIVOLKSWAGEN1NCI:::::::::::::::: :{Jj j ::::::;: !I :::::::;:::::::;: :: ::::: [ "f J:::::H;:1 ::::;::.

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GEORGE'S KENNELS TRAILER PARK CLIPPERSILVERLINETCRAFT SELLING USED CARS WITH
Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern
Pick up & Delivery Available trailer and Apts. 389-3007.TRANSPORTATION. MERCRljISERSTERNDRIVES
Mastercharge Grooming, Deflealng&. BankAmerlcard& Bathing. : 100 % GUARANTEE

accepted. Visitors welcome.. SOBS [ .: : _:' MERCURY --._ : ---
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CRABS AND FRESH FISH 66 CHEVROLET ... .. .. :.' 70 VW Sedan $1795Diamond
WIHord's Fish Camp 264.9707. 2 DR, Biscayne Stick,6 cyl. $750. 389. Blue, R&H. Stock No. 5114
7906 after 5pm. EXPERT
AIR CCNDITIONER REPAIR SHOP VW Sedan $1895Diamond
70
Sears 23.000 BTU Used 6 mo. 2 years U FORD CONVERTIBLE
service contract. Asking $200. After 5 Auto. Trans., R&H $440 FACTORY Blur, R&H, WWT, Stock No. 4199.
264-8037 ASTRO MOTORS TRAINED
30 GERMAN ANTIQUE CLOCKSAll 6566 Normandy Blvd. MECHANICS 69 VW Sedan $1695Diamond

In exc. cond., Private collection. t Blue, AM.FM Radio, Heater, Stock No. 4955
Bargain prices. 2061 Hugh Edward! ATLANTIC RENT-A-CAR 264-9635
Dr. (Cedar Hills)anytime 18 yrs. and up. Free Delivery. 387. 69 VW Glitterbug. $1595Blue
5413. Prices start at $4.00 day .05 INLET MARINESALES
BEARADIOORTVANNOUNCER cents miles. Auto Stick Shift, Heater. Stock No. 6446.

Recorded message by leading an 67 FAIRLANE 500 & SERVICE 69 VW Sedan $1895Diamond
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour 289.AT, RH, $1200. 4826 Plymouth St., Hwy 17 Orange Park Blue, Air conditioned, R&H, WWT. Stock No. 7839.
3875069.
355-2944.
TWO 67 VW Sedans $1295White

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Consoles some with AM-FM, tapi or Blue Radio
players. At dealers cost to liquidate OPEN 7DAYSAWEEK..7AMTO1OPMHERLONG 995White
stock. Full warrantyl Phone 771.04M. ROAD COIN LAUNDRYRAIN 65 ,VW R&H. Sedan $

AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE WATER..Cleaner Clothes with half the soap.
SOFT
Auto AC Room units, Central Units. 64 VW Sedan $ 895

Repairs.Tyler's Reasonable Heat and Air Cond. NO WAITING! .," Blue R&H.

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"',. .... LCdr. Giddens Ends
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L1 i I Thirty-Year, Career

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I Jax-LCdr. Robert G. Giddens, dens upon his retirement, Capt.
1 1M i AUW division officer at the John R. Kincaid stated'You: can
: 'trcv I Weapons Department here, be justly proud of having served
1
'' ..... .... .. retired Friday after more than 30 your country with faithfulness
years of military service and honor during your long and
He began his Navy career in distinguished career.'
1941 when he enlisted as an ap
prentice seaman at the Naval
Training Center in San Diego,
Calif. Twenty years later, on I t tr
April 30, 1961, he was com-
missioned as a lieutenant (junior
I grade) and designated as an
LDO.LCdr. Giddens career has
taken him aboard numerous

RI w, t ,- ...-.,,-. :::;;;aj Navy ships and foreign bases, in
addition to a variety of continental
Pomp and CircumstanceSixteen shore stations. !, 'aMr

dependent children In the Navy Wives Nursery Junior Kindergarten class gather with their His decorations include the N 1r
teacher,Mary Briant,after their graduation last week at the Station nursery.The children,ages four Good Conduct Medal (fourth
and five,recited many of the poems and songs which ttoy learned for their parents who attended the award), American Defense
commencement excerise. The class includes Cathie Adams, Wally Van Selow, Mathew Ramberg, Service Medal, American
Kenneth Pascoe, Jennifer Kite, Tracy Lawell, Brian Miller, Kim Wasson, Matt Eccleston, Mar lam Campaign Medal, Asiatic-Pacific
Weber, Bobby Guidry, Kevin Jackson, Loretta Lamar, Denise Murray, Linda Merry, Ava Spicer. Campaign Medal, World War II
The Nursery also graduated their Senior Kindergarten Class last week. They are: Bobby Gehle, Victory Medal, Phillipine
Rayme Kidwell, Emily Cruz, Rue Lumbo, Joseph Greene, Bruce Adams, Tammy Ragan, Richard Liberation Ribbon, European-
Burgess, Robert Espinosa, Monica Guidry, Grady Staff, Valery Stems, Kevin Claus, Paula African-Middle Eastern Campaign
McAuley, Wilma Davis, Bruce McCarthy, Sheila Kelly, Catherine Prittschuh, Alan Bauman, Bobby Medal and the National ...
VanValck, Peason Flint, Daniel Langston, Mike Gautreaux, Chris Calise, John Fynn, Mike Morris, Defense Service Medal.
Melanie Bunce, Penny Farren, Anthony Gallo, Mike Gessledracht, Janette Jackson, Jimmy Merry, In congratulating LCdr. Gid LCdr. Giddens I
Deana Younkin, Chris Kincaid, Kelly Mohan, Allen Harvey, Debra Eccleston, Judy Kemp, Joan
Droyles, David Ramburg, Donna Calais, Debra Duguid, Angela Haire, Manette Mathieson, Chuck Jax ReenlistmentsHKsassaaesfm
Damn,Shannon Bynes, Ken Allen,Mike Willlami.Rcbert Miller,Tracy MeGowan. I

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ANOTHER
GREAT station this week. They are:
-SDC Renato S. Arellano, room
service superviosr at the BOQ.
IRINGOfFLAMEM He reenlisted for two years.
AX1 Ben A. Gordon of VP-18.
lie added two more year to his
1 1U.S. Navy career during a ceremony
RESTAURANT conducted by his commandingofficer .....
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I Life-Saving Medical Help Available with ChampusSgt. I



John Smith panicked. lie Immune from Defense
had received orders transferringhim Then he heard about CIIAMPUS''It's cutbacks Blue Shield or similar medical authorized provided they are Services are trying to answer.
from a southern post to an been a 'We insurance plans. But you get this listed in a current edition of the The program has not received the
ROTC detachment at a college ina said. 'A move saver'for us/he have advantage without having to Christian Science Journal. publicity it deserves.
would
northern border state. The financially disastrous. make any premium payments. Hospitalization in a sanitorium is The advantages of CIIAMPUS
nearest military installation was CIIAMPUS Retired personnel and also permitted if it has been are obvious to any dependentswho
(which stands for dependents of deceased active by the First Church of
250 miles away. Although he had Civilian approved have waited out many hoursin
Health
applied for the ROTC duty, he Program of and Medical duty or retired personnel, pay Christ in Boston, Mass. a military hospital and have
hadn't expected the assignment Services the Uniformed only 25 percent of the reasonable As can be expected, there are sweated weeks to get a doctor's
) has
to be so far away from hospital saver' for indeed been a 'life charges for impatient care, while limits to Uncle Sam's, appointmentAs
thousands of military Unlce Sam the remainder. generosity. lie will not for the
pays pay
I facilities.Sgt. families since It an example, here at MRS, a
was expanded In Outpatients the first $50 for following:
Smith tried to have the September pay dental preventive program is
1966. It has also one person or the family O. Glasses or. routine eye
assignment cancelled. 'What are offered on a continuing basis for
helped the Services
which have maximum
worried about, Sergeant he been of $100 annually, plus checks. dependent children. However,
you increasingly faced with 25.percent of the remainder.The 0. Dental care unless it Is
dental such
was asked by the Personnel overcrowded other care, as
facilities, fewer word 'reasonable' crops up necessary for treament of a corrective Is not
Officer. dentistry,
doctors
and lowered budgets for many times in the CIIAMPUS medical or surgical condition not CIIAMPUS will
'My kids. he replied. 'All threeof medical provided.
care.- regulations and deciding what is related to ordinary dental care. medical
them need frequent medical provide or surgical
What it all means is that active reasonable charges is to O. Chiropractic services of
up any
treatment. One I Is a diabetic. dental treatment not related to
duty,
retired
personnel, their the State CHAMPUS fiscal administrator kind.
Another needs weekly therapyfor dependents, and dependents of who handles the 0. Prosthetic devices ordinary dental care.
reduce the
injury. The third is due CIIAMPUS helps
a leg deceased active duty personnelcan paperwork. Now that the (However, payment Is authorizedfor
load at Service
have his tonsils taken patient hospitals,
out. Ican't
to
obtain treatment at civilian program has been in effect for artifical limbs and eyes.) and the overall cost to Unlce Sam
afford to where
go there'sno medical facilities if it isn't more than four years, the word 0.' Routine physical exams under CHAMPUS is often
military hospial. convenient or available from the has gotten around medical cir unless they are for diagnostic in the Red
cheaper long run. tapeis
Sgt. Smith was promptly introduced military. cles.Uncle Sam refuses to let his purposes.O. to minimum. Civilian ,.
kept a
to CIIAMPUS, a Any red tape involved? Yes, people or himself be gouged for Immunization shots (unless doctors and
hospitals suspiciousat
,
medical program for dependentsthat there is a little paperwork in- excessive medical fees. The they are for dependents who need first of
has taken a considerable volved in processing a medical majority of the nation's doctors them In order to join their medical any government-

amount of worry out of not being case. Your dependents do have to and hospitals now cooperate, sponsors overseas.) sponsored now aware of CIIAMPUS program and,find are

able to easily use military present a current I.D. card. If although there are a few O. Well-baby care. that their claims are paid
medical facilities. hospitalization is planned holdouts.The CIIAMPUS advisorat O. Domiciliary or custodial Patients who their
...Sue Smith, wife of a Navy beforehand, they must obtain a the nearest installation knows home care in a nursing home. own promptly.bills also find pay that the
lieutenant, wanted to return to nonavailability statement from who they are. As can be seen, the exceptionsto reimburses them
her home town to live while her the nearest military hospital if Uncle Sam's generosity in the CIIAMPUS are few and quickly government for its share.

husband was at sea. She had twin you are on active duty and your CIIAMPUS program is not reasonable. And, of course, there CHAMPUS is a real good deal.
boys and was six months dependents are residing with you. limited to the care associatedwith may be exceptions to the ex Ask about it here at the Naval
pregnant Again, twins were However, this statement is not visits to a doctor's office or ceptions. If you think your Hospital.
expected. She anticipated a needed in an emergency or hospital surgery. Nor is it limitedto dependents may have a specialcase
rough time because of com- during a temporary absence the States. It is a 'worldwide' your questions can be
plications during her first from home. Neither do retired benefit. There is a special answered at the nearest military

delivery. Her husbana, en- personnel need this statement of program authorized for hospital. Here at NAS Jax, the HONDA
visioning large hospital bills if nonavailability. Nor do their physically handicapped or number to call is 772-2271 for the .

she went home, thought she oughtto dependents or dependents of retarded dependents of active Chief of Patient Affairs.If MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
remain in the city where he deceased active duty or retired duty personnel. this program really works, W BLANDING BLVD.
was presently stationed.'We servicemen. If you're a Christian Scientist, why haven't you heard more PHONE 7714244COMPARE
can't afford for you to go What about outpatient care? care by pratitioners and nurses is about it? That's a O'Jestion the!
home,' her husband told her. 'If The nonavailability statement is

you have trouble as you did not required for outpatient care,
before, it would wipe out our whether it be for a routine visit to

savings to pay civilian hospitaland a doctor's office or therapy at a.
doctor bills.' hospital so long as your depen-
But Lt. Jones also learned dents do not stay overnightAnd
about CHAMPUS. His wife all of this is for free? Not
returned to her home town and exactly. But the cost won't break

the new twins were born with a you, either. Most of the tab is

minimum of cost to the young picked up by Uncle Sam. ..
family.Col. Dependents of active duty per
Robert North chose to live sonnel pay the first $25 of a

in a city near a large Air Force charge for hospital care or$1.75 a
base after retirement. His day, whichever is greater. The '
combat disability required government pays the remainderof
regular treatment at the base 'reasonable' charges. For

hospital; his wife had developedan outpatient care, dependents pay .and
arthritic condition that also the first $50 for each dependent

caused her to make many visits during a fiscal year (July 1 to ; .
there. June 30) but never more than$100
Col. North's world seemed to for the whole family. From then

fall apart when it was announcedthat on during the year's period, the .
the base would be closed in a Government pays 80 percent and C Eb1 0/1 '

Defense economy move. He dependents pay the remainder. ,UNION / SAVE !
planned to move to another This ratio happens to be just
military retirement communitynear about what most civilians pay if
an Installation that seemed they are members of Blue Cross-

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TAB BUILDERS

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BEDROOMS, paneled family room with snack bar. Two vanity
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BOWLING

Continental League MARTD 5 1
7
Wild Ones 42-14 .750 FWF 3 8
Eveldoers 37/-221 .623 CFJ 2 9
Seventy WODS 37-23 .617 A-C Malnt 0 11
H pital'B' 37-23 .617 GOLF III -__i ..,
Hard Hats 37-26'h .617 American League r *
Trainers 35-25 .585 y
Cleaners 34-26 .585 NARTU 12 1
NATTC 32-28 .567 MARTD 9 4
Quacks 30-30 .533 FICEUR 7'h gyp
Commun. 25-27 .500 NAMTD 7'h 5V4 r.
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Split Finders 26-34 .481 VP.16 6'h 5%
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CPO's 22-38 .433 MATSG 5 7 rHURRICANE ..,
Tars 20-40.367 Weapons 4 9
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Knots 18-42 .317 NARF 1 11 I ,, ,. .. : '.:.:.'" "".' .
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National CUP-Th teams from Fleet Wtathtr Facility and VW-4 surround the Hvirfcaiw
Eagles No.2 .283 League Cup for which they vie each year. In thtlr second of three games,which end this week, Fleet Weather I

NatloDa SOFTBALL League V P-45 11 3 beat VW-4,5-4.The proceeds from the games will go to Navy Rclltf.

Air Ops 9 --

619th WON 8 LOST 0 VW-4 679th 7S 12 61,1 3 4. Hunting Land IncreasesTallahassee -I

NARTU 8 1 Commun. 7 7
FlCEUR 6 2 A-C Maint 7 7
VW-4 7 3 FAETU 6 8 Florida hunters
The Commission also receiveda bordering the lake.
Marine Bks 4 5 FAWU 4 7 will find more hunting lands in report on the Lake Okeechobee
MATSG 3 5 CFJ 3 9 the Ocala Wildlife Management fisheries project which was In other action the Com-
AFEES 3 5 Marine Bks 4 10 Area during the 1971 hunting presented by the mission reviewed and approved a
Weapons 2 6 NavFinOCf 31h 114Commun season. The new boundaries of Lake Okeechobee Fish and proposal for a hunter and
2 7 the management area will Include Wildlife Advisory' Council. The firearms safety training program
Disoensary 0 9 Hospital 8 0 the entire Ocala National Commission agreed to support a designed to cut down on hunting
American League" VP-16 7 1 Forrest program of cutting boat trails in accidents and provide training
WON LOST 1NVIAART D 4 3 Action to enlarge the Ocala Lake Okeechobee provided the for young hunters. Funding of the
VP-45 10 2 4 3 hunting area was taken by the program was endorsed by the new program will be on a
VP-16 8 2 NARTU 3 5 Game and Fresh Water Fish majority of the Boards of County matching formula of 75 percentfor
Bee's 8 3 Medical 3 2 Commission at a meeting May 21, Commissioners of the counties young hunters.
Hospital 8 4 FICEUR 3 4 and was recommended by the U. .
AETU 6 4 VP-45 3 5 S. Forest Service.At .
NATTC 6 6 VW-4 0 8 the meeting held at BANK AMEftlCAKD'AMERICAN 1XM1S$.STANDARD
Remada Ranch Near Goodland, OILMASTERCHARGE Credit Cards HtMf'M
the Commission reviewed a Vy"
A man mentioned that his and fire
report on drought MAll
grandfather was once considered the and ROOSIVttTcarwash
damage to Everglades
,
FRIENDLY RELAXED*
the town drunk, 'and that's not as determined that while some
QUIETATMOSPHEREiiiiiiiiiiMMiimmiiimiiiiimiiHiiiiiii 1 bad, till you realize that he lived damage undoubtedly occurred
in New York City. Earl Wilson due to the low water conditionsand
. IDEALLY LOCATED FOR (Quote Magazine) the intensity of fires, such
CECIL FIELD, N.A.S. damage was largely alleviatedby
CLOSE SCHOOLS, the normally beneficial effect

CHURCHES AND Two Waves were airing their of fires upon wildlife.The Com MONDAY,THRU SATURDAY
SHOPPINGAREAS mission sees no reason not to '
trouble. HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM
JIJ III I!!ill n UHln the hunting season as
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Firestone'I'd like to get a divorce, said open
Take 103rd to
the first. 'My husband and I just scheduled.
Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks dont' '
get along.
Past Forrest High School. 'Why don't you sue him for
incompatibility?' asked the
(IOLONIALOREST other sympathetically.

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h. t Mr.Clayton Revels,owner of Revels Chrysler Plymouth Inc. of Green_)t,, p1:;..:;.fV. : I .
( (' Cove Springs, has appointed Claude Stepp his company's new Fleet I and|Jl 'k<": ';o' i
Lease Manager.Stepp,a retired Chief Petty Officer, formally stationed'.
I w fl" at NAS Jax and Cecil Fields, Invites his many friends and shipmates to .
54 Mm call him before buying their new or used car and let him prove that'We
I will not be undersold' Open 6 days a week.never on Sunday. Phone toll .
1 free outside GCS-264-2416 or 772-1386 after 6 p.m. :'

Thousands of persons every year are discovering that 'automobile row' In r OVER 300 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM!
Green Cove Springs Is only a short,pleasant drive from wherever they are and !'
} so much easier to reach and shop In than more heavily congested areas. They D 1''"
like the friendly treatment they receive from Robert's courteous, efficient and
knowledgeable sales staff.They welcome the reasonable prices made possible
by the lower operating costs In Green Cove Springs. They appreciate the fact s y ,I
t that here they are treated as valued customers,not statistics on a sales chart. 'I .

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I Acres of Cars to Choose From .J";


One of the M RkJY
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SALE ; PRICES SLASHED ON ALL '71'sl!
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STATE : ALL COLORS AND oS DEPT BU CK PONTIAC

VEHICLE INSPECTIONS W//I, EQUIPMENTAVAILABLE. INSTOCKI % J A* TIL_ 12:JO OPENSATURDAYS p.m. :I 8 (! \, MORE THAN 'l


.J P. REVELS 1000 NEW&USED CARS
FRED DAWSBUICKPONTIAC
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601 NORTH ORANGE AVENUE ,

264-2443 264-2444 OPEL GMC TRUCKS I .

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LOW operating costs makes Green Cove Phone Jax (Direct Line) 264-9535 I


THE MONEY SAVING CAR MARKET OF NORTH FLORIDA !

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