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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 29, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Tours Start t\, WA YES CgJ9jjpte


To NASA


Space CenterJax r 29th AnifiLiy rv


I Bus tours to the Cape ". Jax Tomorrow will mark the Accepted /pr, Volunteer
Kennedy Space Center, includinga end of another year in Waves Emergency erv+)) are an
round trip ticket and a guided J history as Navy women aroundthe Integral segment o/>(he Fleet -
tour of the center, will be \ y world celebrate their 29th supporting shore forces. They
initiated by Greyhound Lines : I Annlvrsary.lItr", the event will serve In more than 20 enlisted
here at NAS Jax. \ be recognized by approximately ratings, ranging from clerical
According to Larry Garrity / -- 200 Waves who will gather at the and medical to electronic and
head of the new Joint MilitaryBus t \ oi' Sheet Range with their division mechanical fields.As .
Ticket Office in Bldg. 13 at '. ;' f?. ri
t
supervisors for formal; party the Waves move into their
the Main Gate, this new tour planis '\ An assortment o//ood, beverages thirtieth year, many members
being established on a charter 1. "::' and games will garnish the event may reminisce over the years
,
basis each week beginning ; which is expected to draw attendancerom and recall a period when the
Saturday, August 7. A minimumof Mayport and Cecil organization was not the permanent
32 military and civilian per. i\I /. Field Waves as well as those establishment it Is today.
sons must make reservations at v;. stationed here at NAS Originally introduced as the
.I the Bus Ticket Office by Thurs '.',I Jacksonville. Women's Reserve, the Navy's
day noon for a weekend tour. U ,a ..:l 0 ""oI + Since the first Wave, an ensign, distaff branch was not acceptedinto
.
i the minimum is not met, the tour >; reported for duty aboard this air the Regular Forces until
t is cancelled. station in Nov. 1942, the number June li, 1918, when the Women's
of As planned, tours will start of lady sailors to serve here has Armed Services Integration Act,
Saturday and Sunday morning varied from as high as 1,500 at the Public Law (25, was passed by
'a about 9 a.m., with stops at f peak of World War II, to as low as the Senate and the House and
t Barracks 6 A G parking lot, 28 shortly after the war ended. signed by the President. The law
Special Services, NATTC and the + For several years now, the was created as a direct result of
:. Main Gate. The entire tour should Navy's quota for Wave personnelhas the outstanding labor and support
1 take nine or 10 hours, including .10 been stabilized 600 officers which the Women's Reserve
', the tour of Cape Kennedy. and 6,000 enlisted women provided during World War If,
Greyhound will take tours on WAVES' REUNION Tomorrow is the 2th birthday of the Waves,
Although they form a mere one and which the Navy did not wantto
weekdays if there are at least 32 at which time Navywomen serving at Mayport, Cecil Field and NAS percent of the Navy's total relinquish in peacetime.
j1',, Jax will for informal celebration of the occasion.
reservations made. gather an
manpower, the Waves (WomenVOL Today their performance Is the
: :- Tickets, which are good for one same, although their appearance
,I;' year, are available at the Bus r has altered. somewhat over the

Ticket Office FJA.X; NEW i1 decades. Hair is longer skirts
I
I. Military personnel andt' are shorter, and 'granny shoes'are
children age 12 -18 .. $12.40 .
aside heels.
moving for high
f I-tP-' .-. .,
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.
.:. Civilians 19 and over $13.65 ... 1I t', '10"- ,. :- ;. /tW Additionally, changes have been
Children age 3 .. 11 accompanied N-".". mtUJ _. .. 't'-IiIi..j...., Y h' 'r.f! : ., .;' -. t.' ''f'L' ,.\tftt-".'4?(.r" -,'i",.;! ,: instituted concerning trainingand
by adult $6.10
regulations. The Waves are
Children under three with adult 29 NO. 19 Published In The Interest Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. JULY 29, 1971 not to be "left behind as the 'New
free Navy' sails forward with con.
( The Cape Kennedy tours are temporary Innovations.
p- Just one of many services to be Much of the recent updating of
offered here. According to Mr. Vietnamization is For Waves uniform and policy
,=':. Garrityplans are to run tours to Topic regulations may be attributed to
\ Six Gun Territory, Cypress the actions of Capt. Robin L.
Gardens, Busch Gardens, St.
Quigley, Wave Director. In
J Augustine, Marine Land and Former Advisor's Lecture TourJax March this year, shortly after the
Z-]br'' Disney World. Wave Retention and Study Group
For, information call 3553, 3554 ended Its convention 'in
\ or Special Services at 3111. Washington, Capt. Quigley
Chief Aviation Mechanic Charles Miller, a veteran of five years in visited NAS Jacksonville and(

country service in Vietnam,will be in Jacksonville Saturday through August 4 to spoke with the Waves here. Her

J MCPO Johnson explain the Chief of Naval Operations Vietnam Volunteer Program.Chief visit Is considered a highlight In
the history of Jax Waves, as It Is
rare that Waves have an opportunity
Will Lecture Miller will give attempting to 'sell' anyone on the periences in Vietnam, includingan to meet and talk with
b presentations here at 10 a.m. and idea to volunteer for this duty, he extensive period as a naval their director.
1:30: p.m. Monday in Room 236, will promise anyone a com advisor. Waves back
may gaze upon
Here MondayJax Hangar 1000. He is scheduled to prehensive explanation of the Chief Miller has an up. to.date their twenty ninth year with a
visit Cecil Field Tuesday at 10 program and the duties involved listing of the ratings and pay sense of achievement and
a.m. for 'a presentation at the describing some of his own exChief grades needed in the program, as satisfaction, owing In part to the

The Master Chief station,theater .. ___ listed by Adm. Elmo Zum- changes Capt. Quigley has
oI-w.J.
Petty Officer of the Thursday, he will travel to walt, CNO, in his latest NAVOP initiated and in knowing that the
Atlantic Fleet Albert T. Mayport Naval Station to lectureat it message calling for more work they do is essential to the
at the Fleet for the Naval Advisor
9 a.m. and 1 p.m. volunteers
the
operation of most powerful
"
will arrive
Johnson here
tl
conference
,
Training Group room. Program. Navy In the world.
olt Monday, August 2, to Each presentation is expectedto '.1\<_.>,1 According to Adm. Zumwalt,
: conduct a conference for take about 45 minutes. Vietnamization has made InsideClub
:' local Senior Enlisted Chief Miller is one of two CPOs I", considerable progress due to the
who lecture on the subject of the effectiveness of the Naval Ad.
Advisors. The meeting will Vietnamization program-one on visor Program.The Schedules Page 2
"I be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in each coast under direction of admiral called for
,- Conference Room Number the Chief of Naval Personnel and volunteers i in all designators and Menu Page

1, Building 1. Master the Chief of Naval Operations.His ratings, especially those skilledin ..
objective, here will be to logistics and maintenance Movies Page 3
planning to attend
explain what the Vietnam Ad- fields.
a
"':'
: f'ilJ'chiefs may obtain further information visor program is all about for The benefits of the Vietnam Sports Pages 17.19
. / by calling Chief anyone who is interested He -- "- Volunteer program are describedin
Farmer at Ext. 3531. explained that, while he is not Miller detail in Z Gram 73. Want Ads Page 13
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t.;. Personnelman Wins Serviceman of the Month Title I

i"-'
r:' Jax PN1 Jerry I. Miller has 'Petty Officer Miller continuesto with a minimum of personnel and sonnel roster. Unable to complete enhanced the Navy's position in
w,.::- been named June's Serviceman contribute to the efficiency and was made possible entirely by these extra duties during the our world.'
f., of the Month. high morale enjoyed by the PN1 Miller's untiring devotion to normal working day, PN1 Miller PN1 Miller is married to the
I Transient Personnel Office at duty, resourcefulness and tact in voluntarily works Saturdays to former Donna Gayman and has
ib: PN1 Miller is Assistant Petty Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, dealing with all persons with accomplish the task at hand. two children. The family residesat
I;;7 Officer in Charge of the Transient Fla. As Section Leader of the whom he comes in contact. 7036 Robin Drive in
Personnel Office and Petty Of- Separations Section, he has 'In summation, Petty Officer Jacksonville.For .
ficer in Charge of the Separation personally directed and super- 'Petty Officer Miller has Miller is considered to be an winning the award, PNI
Section. lie is responsible for the! vised more than 350 dischargesand volunteered for many additional outstanding sailor and petty Miller and his family will receivea
efficient operation of the releases of active duty duties including responsibility for officer who possesses all the free trip to St. Augustine,
Separations Section here and personnel during the ,first six the administration of the per qualities of leadership, military courtesy of the local USOand a
assists in the overall supervision months of 1971. sonnel diary and the continued up. bearing and behavior and espirit certificate for two for the Can
,. of the Transient Personnel Of 'This task was accomplished dating of the Transient Per- de corps that have for so long dlelight Restaurant on station.
fice.



'". "Published by'the Holt Publishing Company which is In no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained herein are not official expressions of the

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Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised..




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Weekly, 1971 Club Schedules


MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY I SATURDAY SUNDAY 3
August August 4
July 29 July 30 July 31 August 1 August 2





Pirates Phil Cay The Ronnleand The The The
America's" the Dark
and the Beach Beach Phases
Cove Chantels Children Cats Soul I Cats Entry
Society

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Shrimp Creole Watch forGo

GoGirl' ArchIe Leslie 'Drink of Salisbury OurSurprlse
Acey-Ducey Country Mel, Gaden Tommy'C'and the and the Week' Steak Happy Hour
Fried .
and hls' Seminoles Whatevers Bar Go Go Girl
Club Steak
Lazy Rhythm FaIr Vodka 11 a.m..1 p.m.

Girls/





CPO The Tommy'C' The The '. '

Royal ,
Royal
and the Requesters
Club Blue Seminoles Blue



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The The "
Officers ,
Beefeaters Ala CarteClub
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Night Clubs Jay Buffet Menu.

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Club Club Club Agei'rQe

Monday thru Thur

11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Cloud Mondays Friday & Saturday Your;
11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday BreakfastNatfc personnel will be served from 5:50-6:30: : a.m ; NAS and alt
11 a.m. to 2 a.m. 11..m..n p.m.
& TU.I..Thurs. other tenant commands after 6:30.
Friday Saturday Sunday
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1'a.m. 11a.m..11p.m. Noon 'o Midnight Lunch Nattc personnel served from 11 to 12 a.m. NAS and other commands
9 a.m. to 2t.m.. Frl.S.t after 12.
Sunday tla.m..ta.m. Monday thru Thur Chub DinnerAll personnel served from to 6:15: p.m.

9 ..m. to Midnight 11 ..m. to Midnight Friday,July 30 Tuesday,August 3
BREAKFAST--Hominy Grits,
Chilled Grapefruit Juice Fried Eggsto BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried
Order, Minced Beef on Toast, Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beefon
Lyonnaise Potatoes Choice of Luncheon Toast, Choice of Luncheon Meat or
Teen Club HappeningsJax Meat, or Pork Sausage, Pork Sausage, Baked Pork & Beans,
Assorted Danish Pastry. Assorted Cake Doughnuts.DINNERVegetable .
DINNER.-Chlcken Noodle Soup, Soup, Fried
Sea Food Platter of Fried Shrimp, ,
Ham Steaks, Mashed Sweet Potatoes
there will be dance at the Gator Den from 8
night a IO11OE Flounder, Fried Scallops, or Sweet & Snowflaked Potatoes, Buttered Lima
to 11:30: p.m. Music will be provided by the Chronic Blues, and admission Sour Pork, Steamed Rice, Tarter Beans Seasoned Carrots, Southern
will be$1.25 for members and$1.75 for guests.A Sauce, and Cocktail Sauce, Buttered Style Corn, Iced Yellow Layer Cake.
pool party at the CPO Pool is on the agenda for Tuesday, Aug. 3 mwPItOTESTANT Whole Kernel Corn, Buttered Peas, SANDWICH LINE-Variety Meat
Yellow Cake with Chocolate Icing,
Grilled Cheese.
Sandwich or
from 7 to 10 p.m. Admission will be 25 cents per person. Brown
SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Cheeseor SUPPER-SwIss Steak with
Grilled; Hamburgers. Gravy, Fried Rice, Boiled BlackeyedPeas
SUPER-Breaded Pork Chops or Buttered Broccoli Spears, Iced
Leave Authorized For Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Brown Yellow Layer Cake.Wednesday.
Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,
Chilled Apple Sauce, Seasoned Green ,August 3
Beans, Harvard Beets, Yellow Cake
Jewish Holiday SeasonJewish NAVAL AIR STATION with Chocolate Icing.Saturd.y BREAKFAST-Hominy Grits, Fried
SUNDAY Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes with
,July 31 Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or
Holy Communion-8:30 a.m. at BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Bacon, Hash Brown Potatoes, Minced
personnel will be sunset September 21. Yom All Saints Chilled Apricots, Fried Eggs to Order, Beef, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.
granted leave for the September Kippur (Day of Atonement) will Chapel. Church Schoolall Grilled Hot Cakts, with Maple Syrup, DINNER-Beef Rice Soup, Baked
High Holy Days 'consistent with be observed from sundown ( ages) 9:30 a.m. at Chapel Choice of Ham or Bacon, Baked Pork Chicken, Creamed Gravy, Snowflaked
Annex. Divine & Beans, Creamed Dried Dressing,
Worship 10:30: at Beef, Potatoes Cornbread
the exigencies of the service', September 28 through sunset All Saints' Chapel. Assorted Cake Doughnuts, Cranberry Sauce, French Fried
according to BUPERSNOTE September 29. BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Cauliflower, Buttered Mixed
Youth
Worship (Jr. and Sr. Breakfast Meat or Grilled Pie.
dated July 2. Rosh Hashanah and Yom Vegetables Blueberry
Rosh Hashanah (New Year) Kippur are days of religious High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel Annex Cheeseburgers Baked Beans,, Fried Potatoes, SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Hamburgers
Junior and senior Assorted Cake
youth or Cheeseburgers.
will be observed from sundown for Individuals of the
obligation Fellowship-1:30 at Doughnuts, Marble Cake with Mocha SUPPER-Chill Con Carne or Beef
Sunday, September 19 through Jewish faith. : p.m. Bldg.722. Icing. Porcupines, Steamed Rice; French
Evening Worship-7:30 p.m. at SUPPER-Navy Bean Soup, Yankee Fried Potatoes, Southern Style
small Chapel. Pot Roast Beef, Natural Gravy, Greens, Buttered Squash, BlueberryPie.
Tuesday Franconla Potatoes, Fried Cabbage, .

JTAX AIR NEWS Senior Choir-Rehearsal-7 p.m, with Seasoned Mocha Lima Icing.Beans, Marble Cake Thursday,August 4
at Bldg. 750 and Christian Science

Service 8 p.m. at small Chapel. Sunday,August 1
Oatmeal,
BREAKFAST .Hominy Grits, BR EAK FAST..ttot
NAVAL HOSPITAL Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to Chilled Orange Juice, Fried Eggs to
The JAX AIR NEWS i. a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Divine Worship-lO a.m. Order, Grilled French Toast with Order, Cheese Omelet, Choice of
distributed each Thursday at the 17 S. Naval Air Station, NATTC Syrup, Choice of Luncheon Meat or Luncheon Meat or Pork Sausage,
Pork Sausage, Hash Baked Pork f&!. Beans, Yankee Style
Divine Browned
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a Worship a.m. at Potatoes, Assorted Cake Doughnuts, Corn Bread, Assorted Cake
private firm. AU(( Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 500. BRUNCH-Frled Eggs to Order Doughnuts.

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS CATHOLICSaturday Breakfast Meat or Grilled Frank.! DINNER-Chlcken Noodle Soup,
furten, French Fried Italian Spaghetti with Meat Sauce or
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Potatoes,
Mass 5 at St
p.m. Baked Beans, Assorted Cake Ravioli, Pizza Pie, Parmesan Cheese,
items are welcomed from ail sources. Telephone 772.3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass Doughnuts, Apple Pie. Garlic Toast, Buttered Spinach,

3119. 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass SUPPER-Corn Chowder, Baked Seasoned Asparagus Tips, Pumpkin
Monday Tuesday Thursday and Virginia Ham, Pineapple & Raisin Pie.SANDWICH
,
Whipped Potatoes, LINE-Chili Dogs or
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Candied Sweet
Friday 11:30: a.m. WednesdayMass Potatoes, Boiled Carrots Egg Salad Sandwich.SUPPER..Bralsed.
Seasoned
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race.
11:30 a.m. at the Naval Brussels Sprouts, Apple pie. Pork Chops
creed color, national orIgin or sex of the purchaser, user or Hospital Chapel. Saturday Monday,August I Steamed Rice, Tomato Gravy, Chilled
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection 01 this policy of equal Confessions 4:15: BREAKFAST..Cooked Farina, Apple Sauce, Okra & Tomato Jumbo,
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print NATTCSunday p.m. Order Chilled, Scrambled Apple Juice Eggs Fried Eggs to Corn on the Cob Pumpkin Pie.
with Ham,
advertising ffm that source. Mass 9:30: a.m. in Choice of Ham or Bacon Cottage Thursday,August 4

Building 500. Fried Potatoes Iced Coffee Rings.' BREAKFAST Oatmeal,

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Breaded IN.NER..Knlckerbocker Veal Cutlets, Soup, Chilled Orange Juice, Fried Eggs to

," concerning such should be directed to: ReducedRates Spanish Rice, Polonaise' Brown Cauliflower' Gravy,, Order, Cheese Omelet, Choice of
Buttered Luncheon Meat or Pork Sausage,
:: THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY SANDWICH June Peas. Pound Cake Baked Pork & Beans, Yankee Style

, : t 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Jax-Mllitary personnel are Sandwich, or Grilled LINE"Varlety Cheese. M'eat Corn Bread, Assorted Cake
for reduced rates Doughnuts
" ,' eligible on SUPPER-Beef Pot DI N N ER..Chicken
Pie,
Telephone 388-2755 trailer tags. All you have to do Topping, Braised Biscuit Noodle Soup Italian Spaghetti with
I
.,' when purchasing your tag is to FMe7rHomUlted EM "ooS'JJ' Meat Parmesan Sauce or Ravioli, Pizza Toast Pie,
r VOL. 29 NO. 19 JULY 29, 1971 Cheese, Garlic
show your I.D card. Beans, Pound Cake Green Buttered Spinach Seasoned
Asparagus Pie.
Tips Pumpkin

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Sunday August 1
Thursday July 29

NAS: A WALK IN THE B' ''I '
NAS: 'WHEN DINOSAURS
SPRING RAIN' Color drama
RULED THE EARTH' Color
Anthony Quinn and MONEYSAVING
science fiction starring Victoria starring
Ingrid 'GP' VG ((100
Vetri and Robin Hawdon. 'G' G Bergman.
mlns.
((96 mins.) '
HOSPITAL: .ENDLESSSUMMER'
HOSPITAL: 'FOR A FEW
DOLLARS MORE' Color western
starring Clint Eastwood and Lee
Monday,August 2
Van Cleef. 'GP' VG (130 mlns.)

NAS: 'THE YOUNGGRADUATES'
Friday July 30 Color drama

NAS: 'BONNIE & CLYDE' Steven starring Stewart.Patricia 'GP'Wymer G and(90 FURNISH YOUR FAMILY ROOM AT FANTASTIC SAVINGS

Color crime comedy starring mins.)

Warren Beatty and Faye HOSPITAL: WALK IN THE
Dunaway 'GP' E ((111 mlns.) SPRING RAIN'Tuesday BUY -
HOSPITAL : 'WHEN
DINOSAURS RULED TilEEARTH' ?
NOW m
,August 3

NAS:' JENNY' Color comedy AND 0
Saturday July 31 drama starring Mario Thomas

and Alan Alda. 'GP' VG ((90 SAVE!
NAS: 'ENDLESS SUMMER'Color
mins.)
surfing documentarywith HOSPITAL: THE YOUNGGRADUATES' 5-PIECE SPANISH WOOD ARM
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WednesdayAugust4 Compwa at(19 M t rwwt

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CLYDE'r NAS: 'THE GOOD, THE BAD
& THE UGLY' Color western
starring Clint Eastwood and Eli
Wallach. 'R' E (161 mins.)

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I Some Foods PoisonousNAS ( ;Wlr


Cecil-In a message sent Gristedes Vivant Soups, Inc. A detailed cs
by the Chief of Naval Operations, Slim-Ette Diet Pack listing of the products being
concerning the recall of poten- Lord &Taylor recalled with appropriate s
tially dangerous soups, the (Cream vichyssoisconly) descriptions and codes has been
message warned that other White Rose sent to the Navy Exchange and f/I/
products professed by Con Vivant Chelton House Commissary store.If .
should not be used and should be Thalhimer'sGrandy's
considered as potentially you have any questionableitems
hazardous.The Fine Food on your shelves at home, 't C _
Con Vivant Company KrumsHarrington's you may contact the nearest
recently had to have millions of I Navy Exchange or CommissaryStore _
cans of products removed from for verification of the -I'1? -
the shelves of stores because S.S. Pierce Dietetetic product.
upon examination of the Embassy's Lucky Boy
products, some were found to Fin'n Feather None of the above mentioned
contain botulinum toxin, a acute Bradens brands would normally be found
food poisioning. in general messes, however,
The brand names In questionthat Charleston Garden Brand private messes, clubs, commissary
are processed by Bon Vivantare Pennsylvania Dutch stores and Navy Exchanges
as follows; MonarchVicyssoice may have procurred Mrs. Helen Hoff,wife of LCdr, M.G. Hoff, (who is missing in actionIn
Marshall Field&Company some of the questionable Southeast Asia) presents Sharon Arnold,the Station Librarian, witha
Reese Finer Foods Inc. Diet-Tu ( with chives only) products. copy of the book by Mal.| Rowe,'Five Years To Freedom.' I
New Hampton General Store S.S.Pierce Brand

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Any person or place having .
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Sexton distributed by the suppliers listed
Honey Bear Farm above should remove the item for BreakfastFIVE
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Charlotte Charles verification as to the product

Geoghegans (dietetic) having been processed by Bon YEARS TO FREEDOMby titude of one man against a cries but their God. It is for them
Major James N. Rowe. October totalitarian system and as the that I wrote this book..It is our
29, 1963: the Viet Cong first comprehensive account ever story,as American fighting men,
captured Special Forces Major published about the real situationin struggling to exist on a battle
James N. Rowe during a sudden the Viet Cong POW camps in field more terrifying than any
Be sure with firefight in South Vietnam. For South Vietnam. evidence will we've faced before...one that
five years, Major Rowe survived impress upon the readers as might be found here in ,our
absolutely staggering conditions never before the desperate needto country and our people are not
Reliable Used Cars at of filth, disease, hunger and get our POW's home as soon as prepared for its horrors.'
constant psychological pressureto possible. Major Rowe endured Available at the Cecil Field
'confess his crimes' plus two skin fungus, dysentry, arm and Station Library and Jax.
scheduled execeution dates and leg irons, mosquitoes, hepatits,

RAY CARTER severe punishment for three cockroaches and fleas, rotton fish .. ,::"'. .' ,.:..,.... ':":::" ':.-:,::
attempts at escape. FIVE and rice, 'exhaustion beriberi,
YEARS TO FREEDOM is the jaundice, beatings, and one by
TOVOT[ ] 1 terrifying yet fascinating story of one the deaths of his fellow ,j (1
his five years as a prisoner of the American prisoners. lie tells of
n n Viet Cong, written by Major
the daily,twisting and stamping Ol"ll'l'Un
Rowe himself} -as an over of his hopes and mind by thev
3246 Philips Hwy. whelming rebuttal to the Viet guards and political cadre who
( Cong's claimms of 'leniency' and'humanUarlansm' atlernately poked and pried, I-IJYIIas( 9;/
toward pushed and hinted, bullied and
398.4283 American Prisoners of War. It sympathized in their efforts to
stands at once as a monumental break their prisoner. December 5821 San Juan at Niblick
tribute to the courage and for- 31, 1968: under incredible circumstances Phone 384-4406

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How to DisenchantThe I, I

Of Tailhook Reunion :

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Opposite Sex
Jy Y LAS VEGAS If you have has become an element of pride
.. never been to Las Vegas on a and a symbol which lends itself
Many of the weekend-If you have never seena well to the annual reunion of r
here
personnel at NAS Jax complain that
hotel full of more thin 2000 carrier aviators from all over the
attracting a member of the opposite sex presents a I naval aviators swapping sea country, both regular and
considerable problem. In hopes of helping to remedy .1 i. .!. 11 "W stories and hair raising tales of reserve, active and retired t
this situation for our readers, we present the following daring do If you have never The convention will get un-
helpful hints from social champions of NAS Jax, as YN2 Smith rubbed elbows with the elite of derway on Friday,September 10, ,
shown carrier aviation -Then you have with registration and a 'Welcome }
't
by their performance at here. (
gathering places VP-45 Selects
never been to one of the past 14 Aboard cocktail party. '
1. Present an eye-striking Tailhook Reunions.
Females seem to favor the
appearance to the prospectivedate. technique of holding a cigaretteover Top ServicemanJaxYN2 Capt. William Doak, com- Traditionally part fun and part will I\
business reunion
this
year's
Wearing a grease coveredT the right shoulder with the mander Carrier Airborne Early
shirt with a beer can on the little finger extended. This Gary D. Smith has Warning Wing 11 and current feature both a golf and a tennis
front seems to be one of the most technique Is guaranteed to at- been selected Sailor of the Month president of the Tailhook tournament for the sports en-
frequent forms of social attire. tract the eves of every male In for July at Patrol Squadron 45. Association,has made it official thusiasts and a professional
Dog tags flopping over the sight since falling ashes will The award citation read In part The 15th annual Tailhook symposium led by VAdm.James
shoulder are optional. This typeof eventually start to burn away the 'You have proven yourself to be Convention will be held Sep- Holloway III, Deputy Com
clothing will get a girl's at back of your blouse. exceptionally well qualified and tember 10.12 at the Sahara HotelIn mander Atlantic Fleet.
tention if she posses a normal 4. Look calm if a girl refuses an oustanding petty officer Your Las Vegas. Reservations must reach the
sense of smell. to dance with you. consclentous attitude, For years, the 'Tailhook' has Tailhook Association before
2. Have an adequate If your friends ask you to ex professionalism, and devotion to made the Navy pilot unique August 20. Applications may be
vocabulary for communication at plain why you were turned down, duty have contributed greatly to among aviators, delegating him requested by writing to the
all levels. Using the words 'far tell them she had rickets and a the successful performance of with the task of putting a multi- Tailhook Association, RVAW-
out, 'dude' or 'heavy' will sustain club foot (which you couldn't see this squadron. Your cheerful million dollar aircraft down on 110, NAS North Island, San
almost all conversations. If the before because of the dim attitude and consideration for the most mobile and shortest Diego, Calif. 92135 or by
talk starts to lag, simply say lighting.) your shipmates add substantiallyto runway in the world-the deck of telephoning (Area code 714)) 437-
what the other person just said indifferent If all the above suggestions fail the morale of the command.' an aircraft carrier. The tailhook 7879.
words and add 'Man' at
to improve your luck, you still
the end. have one last hope.
Tell the person you hope to 5. Write or call your last date !Iii -
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attract that work at
you ZQXTRor Ci ret.erlas
(calling long distance after Standing Boulevard
( other exotic sounding (!;
any
sniffing onions, preferably) and Cedar Hills Shopping Center
House of Quality Foods
combination of letters). By doing sound apologetic.Do Phone 77).9223
this sound like memberof
you'll a
a select command. If you'reasked not call collect. Every FRIDAY I Night is
what the letters stand for, Every SATURDAY Night is FAMILY NIGHT
lean back with a stern look on Master Chiefs Your choice ofChicken
your face and solemnly state that STEAK 179 &
the unit is so vital to defense that
Screened For
you mean.can't tell what the letters NIGHT Dumplings 79

3. Look cool and confident if New PositionJax Chopped Steak
sitting alone.
Commanding officers 3/4 Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ..and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter

have been requested to screen LUNCH 11 AM ti2PAA! DINNER 4PM 111 8 PAA
and nominate master chief petty
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QUIET ATMOSPHERE NAVAIRLANT Master Chief
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Agreement Begins

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Captain John R. Kincaid, NAS employees whose duties requirethe Woodland, business represen-
Commanding officer; and Larry operation, repair or main- tative; Charles Gill; Bayne .
A. McDonald, president of Naval tenance of any items of cryp- Teague and John Austin.
s Air Lodge 1630, International tographic equipment either 'Off Members of the management
Association of Machinists and LIne' or 'On Line.' negotiating team were Michael r
Workers, AFL CIO, Negotiations on the agreement Cascone who assumed this
signet new two year Labor began ,February 23, and were task when Lcdr. S.R. Stoke?
Management Relations completed July 19. This is the assistant Public Works Officer, t .
Agreement last week which was fourth agreement negotiated was transferred to Great Lakes,
negotiated under the provisionsof between NAS Jacksonville and Ill; Lt. G. A. Frame; J. D.
executive order 11491. NAL 1630, IAM and AW. It will Harrison; F. C. Wood; S. A.
The agreement is applicable to become effective upon approvalof Whittington and John Grice.
all non-supervisory ungraded the director of the Office of Captain R. T. Hardy, Public
employees here at NAS Jax, Civilian Manpower and Works Officer; Leonard B. NEW EXAMINER Charles L. McMihan, methods and standards
except managerial officials, Management Ratification by the Eubanks, director of civilian division superintendent,received the Secretary of the Navy certificateof
supervisory employees, graded union membership. personnel; E. A. Umstot, labor appointment as Department of the Navy' Appeals and Grievance
employees, ungraded employees Members of the union's relations branch supervisor; and Examiner by Capt. D. H. Heile, NARF's commanding officer, while P.
occupying the rating of plannerand negotiating team included CecilC. George Barker, labor L. Smith, acting production engineering superintendent, looks on.
estimator, assistant plannerand Gill, Grand Lodge representative management relations specialist,
estimator, progressman, IAM and AW, AFL CIO Civilian Personnel Department,
assistant progressman, and and chief negotiator; John also agreement.witnessed the signing of the Williams Becomes


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NO DOWN PAYMENT Harry W. Williams and punctual at all times. His
stockman at the Administration position requires daily contact
I SPECIA f Department,Building 5, has been with large numbers of military
named June's Civilian Employeeof personnel at all levels. His tactful
68 PLYMOUTH Sport Fury the Month.Mr. and willing service has been
J-Dr HT,V.8, AT, PS AC 1 a Williams is assigned to the extremely beneficial in buildingand
Real Nice $1598 Barracks Branch, Military .maintaining excellent
Personnel Division. His primary relations. with both station and
duties are to issue bedding, .obtain tenant: units.
and issue janitorial suppliesand
perform minor maintenancefor 'He has whole heartedly
Now Located at... the Marine and Fleet cooperated in the efforts to im-
AVJbtyltg NOt TZUcf SOME ut1.EPalsst Bachelor Enlisted Quarters at prove the livability of the
AVE.
1148 CASSAT 387-7571
nt9 k CE t4od EY a vW110
In Most Instances 11540 tiD l 'o+V MY S4KL6'f NAS Jax. barracks and at the same time
In recommending him for the maintained adequate stocks of
award, LCdr. S. L. Snodderly bedding and janitorial supplies
wrote, 'Mr. Williams is reliable without extra expenditures.
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To prove the wetness of Rise
Civilian employees are Industrial Systems Analyst,
requested to check their bulletin GS-1101 5-7-9-11 No. 73 71
this man shaved boards for Merit Promotion Clerk-Stenographer, GS-312.5-
Announcement which may be of 74-71
interest to them. Airframes Mechanic General
without using water.And Here is a list of some of the Foreman 75 71Procurement
any
recently posted announcements: Clerk (Typing),
Position Title GS-1106 4 7671Instrument

he actually/ got a smooth, Slowly it seeps moisture into your Guidance Counselor, GS171011 ( Mechanic
clean shave. beard and holds it there for as long as No. 71-71; (General) 142 -.69Machlnlst.90
The reason he got such a clean it takes you to shave. Education Technician, GS17027 -' 69
shave Is the moisture in Rise? The point we're trying to No. 72 71 Clerk Dictating Machine
A lather needs moisture,needs prove is this: Transcriber, -103-69
wetness, so your beard won't dry out If our man can get a smooth, For more information check
with Employment Office,
your
beneath it.And. w
clean shove using Rise with no water, Ext.3448, or the Rating Branch,
you can't buy a latherthat's imagine what do
you can using Ext.
qComplete 2320, Employment Division,
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An Observation criticize our fellowman and manner. I
to criticize the We realize that AdmiralZumwalt
especially younger
During the recent disaster at has modified
However on this
NATTC to Galley 3,1 was called generation. easing
the regulations in many ways
Sunday night, I truly saw so-
out to be of whatever assistance I called generation gap bridged. I regulations on uniforms, hair

could. observed civilian and military styles, restrictiveness within
As I approached,my heart was etc., much to the yj
working side by side, but what I living spaces,
heavy, for Public Works Main- especially noticed was elderly concern of old time Navy per- / %
tenance had recently completed a the Navy must
firemen manning the nozzle of sonnel; however,
major rehabilitation job in the times and r. /
hoses with 20, 30 and sometimesas progress with the p
food preparation areas and two of entice men to take a .
40 sailors and young
many as young
the dining area wings. Marines lined behind the serious look at the Navy as a .If
During these difficult times, in up
the hose the career.In .
fireman, pulling as
many cases, we are too ready to firemen directed. These young summation I feel that

men had no protective clothing, Sunday night, July 11, 1971, was
the day the generation gap was
many stripping to the waist and
W.C. Fields was known to have placing wet handerchiefs over bridged at NAS Jacksonville.
Welcome to our club, young
faces to prevent being
some bad mornings. A friend! their of
Marines
sailors and student
asked him on one of those mor- overcome by smoke It would
for NATTC. MOUSETRAP WINNER. Cdr. Edward Stephany (I), commandingofficer
nings if he wanted a Bromo have been extremely! easy
of Replacement Training Unit 62 (RTU-62)) here at
NARTU
to have ,
military men
these
Seltzer.Replied Fields: 'Oh,no, I young
just couldn't stand the noise..' been observers rather than James D. Harrison accepts the Mousetrap Trophy from Capt. Hugh Tate, NARTU
Quote Magazine) assisting in an outstanding Director, Maintenance commanding officer.The trophy is awarded quarterly! the NARTU _
Division based reserve unit which brings the most veterans into the Naval Air
Public Works DepartmentNAS Reserve during a three month period. RTU 62 earned the trophy for
Jacksonville its efforts during the past three months.


N.A.G.ER582 Seavey Cut-Off-Dates Issued I


ELECTION"Now .

Jax If you are interested in need obligated service to July If you are interested in over-
Is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their receiving shore duty assignments 1973. seas shore duty there is a shore
party" Is a very familiar quotation to all of us. I It now takes on a through SEAVEY segment C-71 Other requirements for tage of volunteers in SEAVEY for
new meaning for the Blue Collar workers of N.A.R.F. Jax. On new sea duty cut-off dates SEAVEY eligibility are that you preferred overseas duty and
July 31st, between the hours of 1 P.M. and 5 P.M., at the (SDCD's) and eligibility criteriaare must be on board for duty as of overseas shore duty. Volunteersfor
Ramada Inn (Lane Ave.) an election! will be held to determinewho now available. July I, 1971 and have a projected this can expect 36-month toursas
will guide the new NAGE local for the next two ((2)) years. The new sea duty cut-off dates rotation date expiring during compared to the standard 24
What kind of leadership are you looking for????? A man that Is have been advanced to at least February through May 1972 if you month CONUS tour. In addition,
educated, well Informed and has your best Interests at heart or February 1966 and you must have are on overseas shore duty or personnel selected for overseas
one that Is looking only for personal gains. Examine the list of obligated service to January non-rotated sea duty Also, no duty can normally expect to be
nominees, their background, their educational qualificationsand 1974 except for about 20 rates obligated service for SEAVEY transferred in February or
then decide who Is best fitted to direct our future. Whateveryour where there Is an insufficient eligibility will be required of March 1972.
choice Is,be sure to exercise your right to VOTE. number of petty officers and career first and second class For additional information and
We recommend the following men designated strikers who extend petty officers who have 10 or rates eligible in the SEAVEY
for the offices listed as the best qualified: their obligated :service for more years of active duty segment C-71 check BUPERS-

SEAVEY eligibility. These rates counted to EAOS. NOTE 1306 of June 25, 1971.y' .
PRESIDENT:

ARCHIE M. BAllARD []

M. Brown :,'

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Operation Helping Hand Assists




Members of Vietnamese NavyIn



dependents In Vietnam to, there's help a ? 'In lull swing to help members f the Vietnamese Navy and their

It Involves the building f dependent> shelters; the breeding and of chickens
rabbits and other domestic. raising pigs, goats,
the of animals to supplement the diets of the Navymen and their families; and 4
building disabled
veterans rehabilitation centers where the
veteran can have an opportunity to
learn a useful trade and
again
take his rightful place as a prominent citizen.
The U.S. Navy In Vietnam, realizing the serious effect the lack of these necessities had on the
morale of their Vietnamese, Navy counterparts,decided to do something to remedy the situation.
Called Operation Helping Hand, the program sets Into action ways of improving the lot of the
Vietnamese Navyman and his family by bettering housing conditions, providing for better balanced
dietsand creating a rehabilitation center for disabled Navy veterans. II "M

Operation Helping Hand is strengthening the Vietnamese Navy by providing the financial means to PUBLIC WORKS Utilities' Engineer, Lt. riif| ) Dennis E, Collins Is
develop a stable of corps of personnel,improve security and build service loyalty. assisted by (en I) Capt. John Kincaid, NAS CO; and Capt. R. T. Hardy,
It began as a volunteer program of the U.S.Navy under the guidance of then VAdm. Elmo Zumwalt Public Works Officer, with his new shoulder boards after being
Jr.To promoted last week to hsls present rank.

support them in their efforts, contributions are urgently needed. Any amount is welcome, and
all contributions are tax deductible. r-

Forward contributions to: Operation Helping Hand Box OHH, FPO San Francisco 96626; or 0 't 'alttna.xaoo.esu ,.J.. ;jl
Operation Helping Hand,414 Jackson Square,San Francisco,Calif.94111. ftnV >aAalal I
If you a .

lose it, 1, I
Announces _
NROTC FacultyJaxJacksonville it isn't lost. I --- ex 9 : 'IiI j
SERIF.sE.u LOOOOoooooor
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University received his B.S. degree from the Univesity with an M.A. in 1970.
President Robert II. Spiro has University of North Carolina in Lt. Col. Nulty has also served in Take stock in America.Sharks .
announced the six appointmentsto 1967 and was graduated from Vietnam.
the Jacksonville University Officer Candidate School in 1968. LCdr. Griffith Winthrop is

Naval Reserve Officers Training He has served aboard the USS presently serving as staff per- have five or six reserve -
Corps (NROTC) unit faculty for Forrestal from 1969 to the sonnel officer for Commander sets of teeth behind their HERE AT LAST..
the 1971-72 academic year. present. Cruiser-Destroyer Force, U.S. formidable outer row, National THE PRODUCT THAT WILL
officer of the unit Geographic says. The teeth con ELIMINATE THE NEED FOR
Commanding Lt. Robert Leonard is a 1966 Atlantic Fleet. He received his
ROACH
tinuously move forward so that COSTLY EXTERMINATING
will be Capt. Maurice 0. Munice, NROTC graduate of Georgia B.A. degree from Harward when the front teeth drop out, SERVICE
USN, who will assume the Tech. An advanced aviator, he is University and is a graduate of new ones take their place.
Univeristy title of professor of qualified in both fixed wing the U.S.Naval Justice School. Get rid

naval science. aircraft and helicopters. Since
of roaches
The five other faculty,, memberswill December 1969 he. has been an
be: LA. ijgj) jasper oernigan, aircran commander with neio
USNR; Lt. Robert Leonard, ASW Squadron Seven. ONCE ANDFOR

USN; Maj.j Samuel McKee, Maj.j Samuel McKee is VOLKSWAGEN ALLL
USMC; Lt. Col William Nulty, currently Electronic Engineer '
USMC; and LCdr. Griffith Officer-Data Standards Officer :IN'S'QR: N'CE .
Wingthrop, USN. with the Deputy Chief of Staff :

Capt. Muncie, who is currently (Air), Headquarters, U.S.
serving in the Office of the Marine Corps, Washintton, D.C. NOW AVAILABLE FOR ALL CARSEXAMPLE
He holds a B.S. in marine
Assistant of Defense
Secretary ,
: Male driver, married age 23, good record.
from the U.S. Naval
holds B.S. from the U.S. engineering
a degree thousands,
$10 $20 $5
Complete coverage Liability:
Academy and a B.S. in elec-
Naval Academy and an M.S. ,
the U.S. medical and uninsured motorists. Comprehensive $100
tronics engineering from
from George Washington in deductible Collision and Road service.
School
Naval Postgraduate
University. Above on'69 VW SEDANANNUALLY
Monterey, Calif. Maj. McKee is a coverage
commanded four ships,
'
Having Above coverage on 69 CHEVY IMPALA $185 ANNUALLY
including two submarine, he is Vietnam veteran.Lt. .
well versed in surface submarine Col. William Nulty is SUREKILLWIPES
and antisubmarine operations. currently Battalion Commander, WESTSIDE

He is a graduate of the Naval War 2nd Battaltion, 4th Marines, 3rd OUT
College and has served as an Marine Division, FMF> Okinawa.He .
VOLKSWAGEN INC.
instructor at the NROTC unit at was graduated from ,
the University of Oklahoma. Columbia University with a B.A. ROACH NESTS
Phone 781.5511 1150 Lane Avenue So.
Capt. Muncie also served a tour degree in 1954 and from Jofstra ,

of duty at the Strategic Analysis OR YOU
Support Group, Applied Physics
Laboratory at John Hopkins
University.Lt. PAY NOTHING!

(jg) Jasper Jernigan ",
ALWAYS ON SUNDAYS.. GUARANTEED ROACH.HEC' FON I YEAMurt

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gurtntd by the ",."-
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Roaches can I resist Sure-Kill They devour
Its odorless white powder end crawl
to their nests' where they die Then I
0 deadly chain reaction starts that wipes
DELUXE BUFFET out every roach and every egg In the
/ ,( nest Sure-Kill Is safe to use, and never
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't' c power
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FROM NOON TILL 4 P.M. A single can cleans out 0 to B rooms
Cartoon by Charles Woodby In
the Phantom Flyer, Ubon Thai. RING OF FLAME RESTAURANT $I: .;er..Wlptt..RiKhn Mt OrlutJl Imirlci I.ch liicMl
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= SURE KILL S-Yr. 1REATMENTonly

HARMONY -- $2.25 1111


VILLAGE 111111 $ 2.98

788 Fruit COy. Road ALL YOU CAN EAT!/

Restricted Mobile Home REG.(4.98 NATIONWIDE
Development Adults. Smiles INCLUDING DESSERT AND BEVERAGE TAURUS WHOLESALE

south o/ 295 and St. MERCHANDISERS

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+FrI I NAS Cecil-Cecil was busy Florence D. Span, Mack C. Bell .
y again this week with quite a few and Joyce M. Mason are shown \
IF t more reenlistments and with Captain T.T. Coleman, C.O. \t3r I ,
retirements, not to mention the of NAS Cecil. _
Civil Service employees that Captain Coleman is shown with
were honored last week. Here five men who have dedicated '' t

they are, Cecil's Atta Boys!! themselves to Civil Service work Umt
AHMG W.G Burgess of AMD for 30 years. These five men, are __ I It
20 years took the oath of reenlistment (left to right) Edward S.
again for two more years. Schumacher, William E. Wdbb,
BANKAMERICARD-AMERICAN 1XMES.STANDARD ACI L.L. Gaston recently James W McDaniel, Horman R.
OILtMASTERCHARGE Creditcar Cards HOttortdROOsnil1 reenlisted for 2 more years. Ivey, and Lacey E. Combs.
Lt. Robert A. Loest has good Congratulations for a job well
reason to smile after being done.
I M'll promoted to Lieutenant.AE2 I: .
Gary Lee Turner of VA-46 ywi
took the reenlistment oath for 5 ,dkS

wash years.AC2 Buckallew went to the top i

of the Cecil Control tower to
reenlist for 6 more years.
5 & 10 Year Service..Shown
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY with Commander Gudbranson,

HOURS:8:30AM5:30PMJACKONVatE'S : Supply Officer, are Beverly J.
Pirisino Isable L. Black, JamesW. Turner I
Kindred and Joseph 0. k
Medlock. The ladies have

finished five years of service, i---l I

T T while years the of government men have completed service. 10 TIH

20 Years..Louise B. Beard, Gaston

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steering, R&H, Factory air. This car Is perfect throughout. the Opening .
Double Sharp. lIStS .
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trans., V.I, Power steering & Brakes, Factory air, Power .
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I Navy Wives Review Bus Month

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Jax At the July 21 social her
business education meeting, from devoted President service Barbara to the club Jacksonville Jean Kryman of r
Rita Brown resigned from her Three Howard. Green Cove Springs and Linda
new
I members
post as vice president of Navy guests were welcomed and six Vezain of Orange Park. The
Wives Club Jax 86,and received a meeing. Installed by at the guests were Karen Cason, '
life membership and plaque for ceremony were Idella candlelight Shirletta Gore, Karen Sue
Moore
of
Westfall, Linda Meadows, Janet
Brown and Pat Hood, all of r
Navy WarnsOverseas Jacksonville.The ..
,
Auto Tags Committee has 4 .
Drug Users been busy with sales, and wantsto i-'( 1 / '' /,, '-- )
remind everyone that Florida
state auto tags are sold daily at .l
the Not New Shop from 8:30: a.m.
Get Stiff PenaltiesNavymen to 2:30: p.m. Transactions are
made on the first day, and the
tags may be picked up on the
who are charged with drug possession while third day.

stationed overseas can expect stiff penalties, according The Jax 86 bake sale at NARF's
to a recent message from CINCL NTFLT. Times Square was a big success,
with the cakes and pastries
'Foreign jurisdictions consider individual and restore him to his bought up in a hurry. a
these cases as serious offenses rightful place in our society. _i
and impose substantially more Incarceration in a foreign penal The next meeting is slated for iff u a ;
punishment than would be ex- institution is not one of our ob August 4 at Compton Hall. .f
pected in state or military courts jectives. Elections will be held at that time -
of the U.S. the message warns. 'Every Navyman should be for a new vice president and for Top Photo Mates
The country where the offense aware, however, that in cases of delegates to attend the National
occurs has original jurisdictionover foreign prosecution, the Navy Convention. Anyone interested is
the serviceman. The does not have the final decision.' welcome to attend. PH3 Barbara Sharp and PHC Maxdell Marbut of the NATTCenter
country will.- hi asked fa waive! --- Photo Lab pose with the cameras that won them the Photo Excellence
jurisdiction;f ; h--c ;e and Award for their outstanding photographs submitted to the Fleet
permit U.S. authorities to take BtJI Hometown News Center In Great Lakes, III.
over disciplinary action, the
message says, but warns 'the
hesitancy of foreign governmentsto A. Now You Cano
grant waivers in drug cases
must be recognized.

'The principle object of all I o REALLY LIVE !Irollirlg

actions taken against a drug !

offender the message con- Ljri J
cludes, 'is to rehabilitate the 1
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Meet Aug. 3 t... _7. '- -JT

RESERVISTS ARRIVE Cdr. Mike Dolan (I U), commanding officerof : : hills
Intermediate Maintenance Support Unit B r 1 of the Atlanta Naval
Jax-The VW-4 Wives Club will Air Station receives a warm 'welcome aboard' from LCdr. R. T.
hold a coffee meeting Tuesday, Schoonover: of NAS. Cdr. Dolan leads a contingent of 50 Georgia __ Ji!. "..!j
August 3, at the Chapel Annex Reservists who will spend the next two weeks receiving Intensive 3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMES
aboard this station. Also, the maintenance training alongside LCdr. Schoonover's Aircraft Intermediate -
wives will sponsor a bake sale Maintenance Department Regulars before returning to $22,000 $26,000VAand
August 13 in front of the Main their civilian lobs in Atlanta, Ga.AUTO. FHA FINANCING
from 9 to 2
Exchange a.m.
p.m.
Salesman Knoll Drive 10 am to 4 pm Dally
Proceeds will be donated to the
Palm Ave. School for Exceptional -
Children. Anyone The Rolling Hills C-12

wishing to contribute goods for
the sale may do so by calling ,
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Pollution & Death America Signs Treaty

fly Capt. Michael 0. ODonnrll Center liioeiuironmental
Engineer, Lackland AFIJ, Tex.
Studies by the Public Health Service indicate that there
it a direct correlation between air pollution and deaths caused Relinquishing OkinawaWASHINGTONLast
by cancer of the respiratory system and gastrointestinal tract.
These studies .also indicate that air pollution can cause in-
tensivcation of existing diseases, particularly cardiac and
respiratory diseases.
In 1948 in the small industrial town of Donora, Pa., a
month people are anxious to bring the In a policy statement the State
thermal inversion (a meteorological condition resulting/ in a
large; mass of stagnant air) hung over the community for Japan and the United States island group's one million Department emphasized that the
three days. signed a treaty which calls for the residents into their booming return of Okinawa is not a
During this time a zinc reduction plant a steel mill and return of the Ryukyu Islands- economy. giveaway of American territoryand
other factories continued to operate at full capacity. This including Okinawa-to Japaneserule. When the reversion treaty is that the U.S. has long been
resulted in a large accumulation of pollutants over the town. the
committed to return of
At the end of the three days 5,910 people ((4 per cent of finally approved Japan will pay
the population) were ill. A similar incident lasting a weekin The treaty which must be the U.S. $320 million In com Okinawa to Japanese rule.
London in 1952 resulted in an increase of 4,000 deaths over confirmed by both the U.S. pensation for stationary assets
the normal weekly rate. Senate and the Japanese Diet and reversion-related costs. Sky Marshal
Air pollutants) also do considerable damage to plants and before it will go into effect, willl! Under the reversion treaty, the
animals.death The of vegetation.A pollutants. cause discoloration, stunted growthand bring to a close more than 25 United States will retain all its

national study was conducted in 1968 by the Department years of U.S. occupation of the essential bases in accordancewith ApplicantsStill
of Health. Education and Welfare. to identify the contributionof island group. While the World the terms of the U.S.-Japan
War II peace treaty between the Treaty of Mutual Cooperationand
__ w r U.S. and Japan signed in 1961 Security.The Needed
called for the retention of the reversion treaty providesthat
Daito and Ryukyu Islands by the Japan will assume WASHINGTONApplicationsare
United States, our governmenthas responsibility for the immediate still desired from those
long been committed to the defense of Okinawa, an action Navymen leaving the service
eventual return .of the island which will result in an annual with an interest in becoming a
group. savings of approximately $35 sky marshal.
United States' policy million to the United States.It BuPers Notice 1910 of April 22,
recognized Japan's residual was also agreed in the provides information on the
sovereignty over the islands in reversion treaty that Japan will Bureau of Customs' plan for the

1951. permit the Voice of America to program.
Outlining the U.S. position on continue relay broadcasts from Based on the quantity and
the return of the islands recently, Okinawa for five years. quality of applications received,
the State Department pointed out Finanacial experts estimatethe Customs' met its quota of 2,100
various sources of air pollution. The finds were as follows: that reversion of the area to return of the island to sky marshal billets far earlier
area
motor vehicles-60 per cent, industry-16 per cent, power
Japanese rule is essential to keep than expected. However,
will relieve the United
Japan
cent and refuse
plants-14 per ctnt, space heating'-6 per ,
good relations we have developedwith Customs' intends to continue the
disposal-4 per cent. States of on-going costs which
There are two types of air pollution particles and gases Japan. Japan, one of our could amount to as much as $300 program, believing that traineeswill
i i.e., sulfur oxides, carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons and nitro- most important allies, has million in the first five drop out at a high rate duringthe
gen oxides. become the world's largest years. first year.

The major sources of air pollution are particles from Indus- economic power since the end of ....... ,
trial operations and gaseous emissions from motor vehicles. the war and is now the largest HSlIr ; / "'"
Present efforts to control air pollution are hampered by alack overseas customer for U.S. /f_
of inexpensive technology to remove pollutants from
emissions, a lack of means to easily measure air pollution anda goods. i1 GuttlAnnounces
lack of effective local enforcement. (AFPS) Japan's government and .;, Carl A.

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HOLT PUBLISHING Publisher. COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Vet Benefit Info Available To All I


I Call 388.2755
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JAX AIR NEWS WASHINGTON (AFPS-A burial or memorial purposes;

NAS Jacksonville t Ads should be mailed wealth of information on veter- facts on the purchase of mobile
to arrive not later than ans benefits under the G.1. Bill
I Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. home!; and guaranteed loans, an
is available
at Veterans Administration
LATWINGER : Ads arriving too late' for this deadline will be any well as many other subject
office veterans'service
published or
NAS Cecil Field I publisher is the instructed following week unless the organization, anti many While most returning servbemen -
otherwise. A check or
: veteransreceive
money order for the full cost of the ad must be I education offices.Pamphlets and
received WITH the copy fo. the ad. cover benefits and these pamphlets, frequently they
ADVERTISING OFFICE : opportunities for Vietnam Era fail to take the time to read

4747 San Juan Avenue't RATE: Minimum charge (tines) $2.00 veterans; medical, dental and them and they become lost or
hospital: benefits discarded, the VA has learned.
Per education
Jacksonville Florida : additional line ((4 words per line) soc for sons; and daughters assistance New ('oplelare available by

writing the local VA office.
of veterans; group life insur-

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=1 about disability compensationand the white pages of telephone

pension payments; information directories, usually under the

EMPLOYMENTS FOR SALE VA FINANCINGNo on the American Flag for heading of U.S. Government.To .
Bunk Beds and Hutch, Reasonably
money down on New Star Mobile
priced. 264-5827. Home. Ask for Ted or Bob.S New
NEC's Announced
Corpsman I
GENERAL OFFICE & J Mobile Home
GERBILS-50 CENTS
Put your office skills to work and earn 3708 Philips Hwy
HIGH PAY. Work when & where you Population explosion! Call 7713544. 398.8926 Two new hospital corpsman qualify for these new NEC's,

wish. NO FEE. Call: NEC's have been established by a corpman must be in pay grade

NORRELL FOR SALE MOBILE HOME LOTS the Chief of Naval Personnel.Physician's E-5 or above and complete for-
Temporary Services Hospital Bed. Good working cond. $25. One acre Mobile Home lots for Rent:
396.5371 2643 Lakeshore Blvd. Fom Orange Park go 4 ml. south on Aides (HM-8421) mal training requirements. In

U.S. 17 to State Road 220. Turn right, will assist medical officers by addition corpsmen recommendedfor

JOE'S HANDY MAN SERVICEThe DOBERMANAKCPUPSShow go 1 ml to Canova Road. Lots are on recording patients' complaintsand HM-8422 must also have been

Impossible we do Immediately. and pet quality. Shots & wor left at fork Inspect at your con performing other clinical and selected for or enrolled in the -.4
Miracles take a little longer. House med. 396.3059 768.9633. venience. Call 205821.0945 collect for
administrative duties. general medicine preceptorship
painting, household repairs, minor rental arrangements.
appliance repairs, screens, fixtures, Physician's Assistant Trainees training program or be serving In

glass,etc Joe Hurwitz, 264-4135 (USN .:"\r': ReAL ESTATECASH :'. '. (HM-8422)) will perform medical the 24 months apprenticeshipperiod

RET.Ret;) TRANSPORTATION duties under the direction of a following the training.

MECHANIC supervising physician such as

Brake and front end, will train Only ) interviewing patients for medical
retired Navy chiefs need apply. Must We buy, sell,and trade equities 69 DATSUN 2000 history and conducting physical AUTOBAHNARCO

have auto or aircraft mech. exp. and 771-3605 Louise T. Bailey 5 speed good condition 781.4298 after examinations.
tools. Firestone Dealers Store. 7619 Broker 5:30.:

Lem Turner Rd.PERMANENT.. JO ShiphandlingAward ,

NEW HOMES 63 RAMBLER
PART TIME 3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Bullt-in-Range, Wagon Classic,6 cyl.,AT, R & H, $290. Selected Major '
Men needed to take retail Inventories. Cent. Heat -
Prices from ASTRO MOTORS
Week day evenings, Sat. & Sun., work $18,300 up. *
FHA or VA Terms-Fast 6566 Normandy Blvd. Tune-Up
Occupancy. WASHINGTON-The has r
name I
clean and professional, Approx. 8 12
Edw.
O.
hrs. per week. No expo necess We Lyon Broker, 7811422. been chosen for the award that Special I '_

train. Reply to: .. 24' Inboard Cruiser FOR SALE, Lap Strike Hull. will go to junior officers who have
R. 0. I. Inventory Specialists 'HIDDEN WATERS'
Good operating cond., Head and auto demonstrated exceptional
1914BeachwayRd. Black Creek, Canal
or Lake lots bilge pump. $750. Call Cdr. Ott 388- shiphandling abilities. The award
Jax 32207 available. Excellent fishing, boating, 0961. $1295
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also will be called-The Junior Officer

NAVY WIFE permanent home area. High, wooded Award for Excellence in
Wanted a Young Lady 25 35 as lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake 44CORVAIRSPYDER
Shiphandling.The .
cashier and or salad girl. Pleasant Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. Coupe, 4 speed, R &, H. $290.00 A.C4 Duel Carborator
ASTRO MOTORS competition announced in
working conditions. Please apply at Slightly more
8427 Blanding Blvd. MLS REALTORS 6566 Normandy Blvd. Z-Gram 31, encourages com Corner Park & Blanding

Acreage ...Homes....Trailer lots. manding officers to let junior PH. 389 9490
PART TIME 4653 Highway Ave 389-5514 BOAT, MOTOR & TRAILER officers handle the ship.
Janitorial Work at NAS Jax. 10:30: '
1571 12'/: Sliverline Trlhul,1970 115 HP .
2:30 3877581. WYNNE REALTY of Florida, Inc. .
Mercury Outboard motor, 1970 Rocket 1f.:" '<'M'i Ji.iI;o
Galvanized tilt trailer. Built-in 12 gal,* :$"' ,. ";1'1"
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$6995. TOTAL PRICE: tank, speedometer, horn, running ,> '
l N Low equity Assume payments of S65. lights, full canvas top, Inside curtainsand .:.
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MISCELLANEQUS..ai:... mo. buys this lovely bungalow Including 6 gal. auxiliary tank. Excellentfor ,
kit. equipped and 33,000 BTU skiing, fishing, camping and etc.
air cond. Immaculate cond. Must see to appreciate :'. t_

IMPORTANTMust Louise T, Bailey Call Larry Kirkman, # 4/fi :
contact a young lady, 14.-17 yrs. 771-3605 Broker Roosevelt Mall Credit Union office. ", ". i
who rode Greyhound Bus. July 2. Lake 384.1391, after 6 p.m. 781.1371. f{' .." "4

City to Jax Lives In Marietta area, DEERWOOD LOTS i 4 :

Paxon student, daughter of career Higher elevation In Deerwood, 250' 1969 DATSUN STATION WAGON ;';
Navyman, Important. Call Ellen 388- frontage on cul-de sac. Owner Excel. Cond., 388-3819 4710 PlnewoodRd. iJ"d.: .

2755. liquidating 7246742. I 1 1i
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GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. i ; ) 't

1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. 4622 BLOUNT 60 CHEV WAGON : !
Pick up & Delivery/ Available. Off Tlmuquana Rd. Lovely home with V-8, R & H, $190-00 i :
Grooming, Defleaing & Bathing. paneled LR, den with fireplace. ASTRO MOTORS : I
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard Partially turn. Including air cond. 6566 Normandy Blvd.70CAMARO :

accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 Louise T. Bailey

Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. 771-3605 Broker .J
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Red with black interior PB, R & H, ,
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BEARADIOORTVANNOUNCER 772.8417.ATLANTIC ; Make offer. ?. J
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Recorded message by leading an. ::1 "i :' / y 4, s
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. R ENT-A-CAR
3552944. 18 yrs. and up. Free Delivery, 387- : y,3.df y b r :
ORANGE PARK 5413.

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS 2 BR., Apts. furn., or unfurn., Dish '< .
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth 62 CHEVY II WAG. p s;
players. At dealers cost to liquidate Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355. 6 cyl., Stick. New tag. $90.00 I
ASTRO MOTORS
stock. Full
warranty! Phone 7710409.
6566 Normandy Blvd."DODGE'SUPER .
FOR RENT f
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE i'"
3 BR, Unfurn. House with kit. equip. '
Auto AC, Room units, Central Units. BEE'Mallory r 1I
Avail. Aug. 3rd. $120. mo.
Repairs. Reasonable. Louise T. Bailey Ignition, dual exhaust, : "o.
Tyler's Heat 381-5141 and Air Cond. 771.3605 Broker overhead cam AT, 7812324. I. :: ;; ; "

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4711 Palmer Lake Shore FOR SALE kux 4 ;fy:
LIKE TO FISH? ifs ,
$695. All __ .:
Have a dog? or a horse? Unfurn. Bonneville Station Wagon f ( .
Black Creek In elec. and 1959 Pontiac Star Chief $295 xJr ,!
house on picturesque /
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISHWilford's Will trade for good ,
Middleburg.3small BR, 1 bath. Water both In good cond. y

Fish BABYSITTING Camp. 264-9707 elec.Sunday.$105.00 264.3340 after 6 PM and boat .rig or ? Call 284.5238, Mr. Marshall ? > j


Riding Lessons, Horses boarded. 772- 47CHEVELLE

8862. ORANGE PARK 1 owner,new tires, have title Open for :
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Unfurn. House 3 BR, 2 Bath, Cent. H & offer. $600. 3882220. :
FLY WHERE? A, Carpet, Attached garage. Centrally r?: hy; 4y
Anywhere, you want, flight Instruction located. $225. per mo. Available 8-1-71 ,
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or charter. Call Dick or. Bill 264-3354 after 5 pm.FURN. ;d,
7812636. 1';, .' ;

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FREE KITTENSFor APT. : .

good home. 771.6161 Ext. 45. ask Near NAS and Cecil, 1 BR, Swim '
for Glgl after 5 call 7710870. pool. $65. 7710348.JUSTISSTRAILERPARK. /Ha .; .
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LAWNS EDGING & MOWING ; ?

Curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We DEERSPRINGSESTATES :(i. ,

clean up the mess and leave It neat. MOBILE HOMES f : .
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Call Hart, 771.3211 Ext. 8340. ,
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BEAGLES ...ATKEYSTONE '
6 weeks, AKC Beautiful, wormed, wr
Champ stock, 35.00 2 litters to choose 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern HEIGHTS DOUBLE YOUR FUN Twins Mary and Madeleine Cols, the .'.

from 5327 Park St. 388.0191. trailer and Apts. 3893007. MOBILE HOMESITES first twin playmates to appear in Playboy Maffasinc, hay a great

Clyde W. Simpson & Co plan to increase any career military wan' retirement .onf,.
PARISH DAY SCHOOL Ready for this It's easy; Just doable the present allotment to
St. Catherine Episcopal Parish Day 12x4TRAILERILR.Suit REALTOR 356-6849 your U.S. Savings Bonds Payroll Savings Plan.
School Ages 4 and 5. Transportation suit, Call 289 8051 All
avail. 1 BR (Photo courtesy Playboy)
Call 388.3933, 387.2061 Ac. Fri
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I Area Tour Offers Weekend Adventure 1



early 19th-centry slave breeder stares of visitors, nowthough for
call it the Buccaneer
They
stretch of and trader was recently some sixty years no unwantedfoot
Trail-that surt-swept
refurnished and refurbished by ever touched the island.
Jacksonville
Tour AlA from the Museum. Island was purchased by
Femanadina Beach. the Florida State Jekyll
Beaches to buccaneersdid Directly adjoining the manor the State of Georgia in 1947 and
The
It's well named.
ply their trade along its gentle house is the cottage built for his now operates as a state park.

/ sand dunes Some say much of African princess wife. Fort
( George Island is rich in historic Turning homeward, retrace
buried
still lies
/ their treasure this lore about Indians, pirates and your path to Route 50 to U.S. 17
L 12 there. But the motorist on
17 ISLAND adventure will find smugglers, and once was the and back to Yulee.Stay on U.S. 17
210-mile auto
SOU A jEKYll ISLAND coin winter haven for Northern through the little villages of
another now:
of
,t, N STATE PARK unchanged treasure scenic beauty, a tourists. Duval and Oceanway to...,,
w the
northward
Driving you pass
the
of history predating
glimpse
beautiful Little Talbot Island
landing of the pilgrims con- JACKSONVILLE..Slow downat
Park and cross a toll
State ,
trasted by the awesome sight of the old city limits (Jackson-
Sound to en-
bridge at Nassau
perhaps half a dozen of ville recently incorporated the
17 America's giant aircraft carriers ter.. Once the entire county, making it the
floating in a single placid Naval buccaneer AMELIA rendezvous ISLAND. for such largest city in the free world).
ATLANTICOCEAN Basin. You may start from any Blackbeard and Here, you'll want to top off your
o free boaters as
point or... Jean LaFitte, the island has had holiday into yesterday with a
START east on Jacksonville'sAtlantic visit to the Jacksonville
C4, Boulevard, Route 10 and eight flags fly over its sandy Zoological Park. The rare

fro, +pF- CLINCH turn left on St. Johns Bluff Road. shores. At the north end of the collection of over 800 animals,
V. Follow it, to Ft. Carolina Road. Island is the city of Fernandina complete refreshment, picnic,
V CwFei'nandinamat .. Beach, home port for a picturesque -
C --- J j' / Beach Turn right and proceed to. parking and recreation facilitieswill
fleet and the
Yulee shrimp help to write a glowing
AlA world's only Marine Welcome
finish to one of your most memorable
( AMLAI FORT CAROLINA NATIONAL Station.You'll want to walk out on auto excursions.
I T ISLAND MEMORIAL. The reconstructed: itsl,350 foot ocean fishing pier.
Fort Caroline originally was built And don't miss the city Palace
Duval 19 +TALBOT by Rene de Laudoniere and his Saloon, oldest bar in Florida The

OceanKINGSLEY AlA sT ISLAND, PK, band of Huguenots in 1564. The saloon has been restored, and has TrafficViolations'
way SJPLANTATION r.8. following year, Spaniards from the original swinging doors, old
MayportM St. Augustine destroyed the mirrors and murals.
FT. CAROLINE
21 A French Fort and slaughtered the Just one mile beyond the city is
MN 14Atlantic colonists. The entire story is the 1,085-acre Fort Clinch State
Bch graphically displayed in a new Park. Focal point of interest is
museum on the grounds. Return Fort Clinch, begun in 1850, three Jax-The following is a reportof
Jacksonvillei2sirer on Ft. Caroline Road to Mt. decades after Florida's purchase motor vehicle accidents and
|| Pleasant Road and turn left. from Spain. When the War bet traffic violations for the period of

f Beach Follow Mt. Pleasant Road and it ween the States first started, the July 1218.
becomes Girvin Road. This will Confederate flag flew over the Number of Accidents

return you to Route 10. Turn left fort. But in 1862, Union forces This period 10
and proceed east to Florida Blvd. took over and occupied it for the This period a year ago 7

Scale of Miles Turn right toNEPTUNE..... remainder of the war. Total accidents this year 168
0. 10 20. Leaving Fernandina Beach, Total accidents through this
BEACH. Two you follow AlA westward courseto period last year 193
Tour Route' towns border Neptune Beach: the little town of Yulee (named Total numbers of days since

U.S.Highway Numbers Jacksonville Beach to the south after the state's first U.S. injury in a motor vehicle accident -

and Atlantic Beach to the north, senator, the son of a Jewish 3
[HD State Highway Numbers
.. .. though, the motorist would be planter from the West Indies). Number of days since an injury
'''"*'12 Approximate Mileages hardpressed to know where one Here, take U.S. 17 north across last year at this time 46.

ends and the other begins. Half a the state line and through Number of Violations

century ago, the area was knownas Georgia's pine and marsh landsto This period 28
Palbo Beach. Head north U.S. 84. Turn right on U.S.17& Speeding 5
through Atlantic Beach on Route 84 to Route 50. Continue east on Reckless driving 1

AlA to Mayport, a sleepy fishing Route 50 to.., Going through a stop sign 3
village at the mouth of the St Other Violations 19
Johns River. A must stop is the Thirteen drivers appeared
Mayport Naval Station, home JEKYLL ISLAND. This is the before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
port for many of the U.S. Navy's far point of your trip and July 22. Disposition of the
5.i' great aircraft carriers. Every possibly the high point as well. cases included the following:
& !1' T ',1 weekend the various ships in port The smallest of six enchanted Eight lost driving and parking
m 'rl take turns holding open house for islands lying off Georgia coast, privileges aboard the station for

t""" .. n' ..:: the public. Jekyll was purchased in 1886 for various periods; 3 were assignedto
Crossing the St. Johns River by $125,000 from the descendants of complete an eight-hour coursein
-c-. ferry you'll find on the north early holders by a group of remedial driving; 8 received
shore, a few miles inland, the tycoons who turned it Into a suspensions; 2 were given
Now on sale at your better newsstands! colorful Kingsley Plantation on private resort. Among the warnings; 1 was dismissed; 5
Fort George Island. The manor millionaires who basked were fined (U.S. Commissioner);
house of Zephaniah Kingsley, there during the winter months and 1 was referred to com-
were such illustrious names as manding officer for possible
\' Rockefeller, Vanderbilt, Joseph disciplinary action.

r: Get the central air conditioning system you've always wanted Pulitzer million dollar and J.P.'cottages'Morgan.draw Their the traffic Three points.drivers were assessed 11



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I Cancer Can Be Caught




Hy ('ol. Fred G. Conrad, USAF,
chances of five-year survival
Chairman Central Tumor Registry are
San Antonio, Tex. decreased to 20 per cent
Twenty-five years ago, only :3. Have a routine rectal examination
one person in four who developed "N and proctoftropy after
cancer was able to achievea the age of 40. Twenty-five percent
cure. At the present time 35 of bowel cancer develops
per cent of persons who develop within reach of the examining
cancer are being cured. finger. Another 25 per cent develops
The Improvement of 10 per within reach of the proc
cent may not sound like a great tosrope.
deal; however, In terms of cases
Therefore 50 cent of
per can.
developing in the
of cancer cer of the colon could he detected
United States during: 1971, this
before it becomes symp. DRUG 4TiE
means a saving of 45,000 lives. tomatic through the routine
use
Although there have been improvements of
rectal examination and
in cancer treatment toscopy. What sort of program could havior after his he can either
make a real Impact on our drug refrain from drinking socially
during this period of time, primarily out any breakthrough in cancer men undergoing; rectal examination
In chemotherapy (which research, the capability exists is early detection of pros. abuse problem? accepted alcoholic beverages,
does not actually cure patients today to cure 50 per cent of tate cancer. 1. Society should judge adults or drink in moderation.
with cancer but does allow themto persons who develop cancer. When one realizes that one who misuse liquor or drugs by
live with the disease in a person in four will develop can the same standards it judges 2. He can learn as many facts
very functional manner for Simple Procedures cer during his lifetime, the Importance young people. A double stand- as possible about drugs so that
many years) and In cobalt there Again, in terms of those of education and early ard produces a credibility gap. he will understand the problemand
apy (which actually is a modification sons who will develop cancer per in detection of this disease assumes 2. Children should not be con- be equipped to discuss it ina

have of not X-ray been therapy), 1971, this would be an additional paramount importancefor tinually exposed to the Idea reasonable manner. ....
there a great 65,000 lives who could be saved you personally as a health that the stresses of daily life
number of improvements in surgical by following a few simple measure. (AFPS) (Reprintedfrom require chemical relief. 3. If he learns that someoneis
techniques. cedures. pro Lackland AFB, Tex. Tail- 3. Factual information about peddling drugs he should
Cancer research has added a 1. Stop smoking! Over 50 spinner). drugs should be stressed rather notify the authorities. It is the
great deal to our knowledge of cent of lung cancer in per the than attempts to frighten responsibility of both the individual
the disease and should lead to
people. and the community to
United States today is either directly

cures of some specific; types of caused by or dependentupon 4. Respect for all chemicals, keep the dealers out.
cancer in the neat future (most
especially mind-altering chemicals -
of breast cigarette smoking. Jax .. The NAS Disposal should what he
notably one type can 2. Women should have should be instilled in 4. He do can
cer and one type of leukemia) a"Pap" Division has scheduled another peolpe at an early age. to assist anyone wanting help
after the
but the number of cures achieved of smear 35. Early annually detection of auction of government surplus 5. Efforts to detect all manu- for a drug problem while await-
through research to date have age ing additional aid from a
cancer of the cervix (womb) items Wednesday morning at 9 facturers and large scale traffickers -
been negligible.How of illicit drugs should trained person or a treatment
through the routine use of the o'clock at ohe Disposal Yard one
then have 45,000 lives "Pap" smear saves thousandsof and a half miles south of the increase. facility.
been saved each year duringthe lives each year. If a woman Main Gate. 6. Further research in pre- 5. Most important of all, he
past 25 ? It has been has routine before vention, education and treat- ideals of
years a "Pap" smear Items to be auctioned are can strive to meet the
almost solely due to cancer edu she develops symptoms of ment techniques should be car- parenthood, trying to rear his
cation. Education of persons to cancer of the cervix and is foundto located at the NAS Jax, Cecil ried out.What children so that they are neither
seek medical advice at the earl have cancer, she has a 96 per Field jnd Mayport disposal deprived of affection nor
iest warning signs or symptomsof cent chance of cure. yards, where customers are can one do to help pre- spoiled. He should have a set
cancer by knowing the American If examination is sought at invited to inspect the items. vent the spread of drug misuse? of realistic expectations for
Cancer Society's seven Register for the sale at 7:30 them. He should give his child-
the first sign of symptoms (abnormal There number of thingsan
are a to
warning signals, and by seeking a.m. Wednesday. Both militaryand ren responsibilities according
early or routine medical atten bleeding, excessive discharge civilians participate individual can do: their capabilities, and not over-
etc.) chances for cure may protect them from the difficul-
tion.There has been some Improvement are reduced to 75 per cent. If a except those under 21 or those 1. He can set a good exampleby ties they will encounter. A par-
but still not enough. With patient ignores the warning who are associated with the not abusing drugs himself. ent should be able to talk
out any further improvement in signs of cervical cancer and Defense Property Disposal Since he can expect his childrento frankly to his children, and
our medical therapy and with- waits until i l pain develops, Programs. model their drug-taking be- they to him.








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70 VW Sedan $1995 68 VW Sedan $1395 68 Karmann Ghia $1695

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66 VW Sedan $1295

69 VW Sedan $1795 Beige, '*.****, Air Conditioned, Radio and Heater. 68 VW Fastback $1595

Speed, Radio and Heater.
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69 VW Sedan $1650 2-69 Karmann Ghias $1795 69 VW Squareback $2095

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68 smlsslon. 68 Chevrolet Wagon $995 69 Chevrolet Truck $1850

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69Sriraeiian! $950 67 Mercury Comet $995 67 Rambler American $895

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After Resigning


Screening Clinic Officers Given 18 MonthsTo



Opens at HospitalJaxThe Return Tb Active Duty



Department of second, to eliminate non- WASHINGTON- order to An officer's performance must
Family Practice at the Naval appointed patients in the General Improve the retention rate of rank in the top 20 percent
Hospital here will institute a Practice Clinic, so as to allow Junior officers special program of his year group.Approximately .
Screening Clinic Wednesday, more time to be spent with those utilizing Contingent Active Duty 30-60( ()days after
August 4. who have appointments and Orders has been approved by the the month of resignation,
All adults without ap render better care. Chief of Naval Operations and selected officers will be tendered
pointments who would have goneto Non-acutely 111 patients who Sgt. NtlsonNelson Chief of Naval Personnel for Contingent active duty ordtrs,
the General Practice Clinic in report to the Screening Clinic will selected officers who have which will be forwarded by a
the past will now be seen in the be requested to make ap Is resigned their regular Navy cover letter signed by the Chief of
Screening Clinic. pointments at the appropriateclinics. commission and are concurrently Naval Personnel.
The Screening Clinic will be appointed in the Naval Reserve Contingent order will state, in
conducted in the present Officers' More evening appointmentshave upon release from active duty. effect,an officer can report to the
Sick Call area The clinic will be been made available for Top AirmanJax : Officers selected for this nearest naval activity or contact
open on a 'breaking in' basis working persons as a result of the program are given the op Bupers directly for recall to
during August from 1 to 5 p.m. addition of more physicians to the portunity to consider carefully active duty and subsequent
Monday through Friday. evening clinics. Appointmentsare Sgt. Larry A. Nelson has the merits and satisfaction of a appointment in the Regular
Beginning September 1, the available both in the Family been selected as the Airman of naval career versus civilian Navy at any time during an 18-
Screening Clinic will be open (General) Practice Clinic and the the Month for July at the 679th vocations. month period
__- from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday Pediatric Clinic. Air Force Radar Squadron here. Such officers may elect to
r through Friday and from 8 a.m. Patrons of the Hospital are He was chosen on the merits of return to active duty at any time
to noon Saturday.The urgently requested to avail his outstanding job performance, during an 18-month period after Rain or
purpose of the Screening themselves of the appointment his military bearing and behavior they have resigned with the Shine
Clinic is twofold: 'first,to reduceas system and to use the screening both on and off duty, and his assurance of being subsequently
much as possible the waiting clinic only at such times as they knowledge of military subjectsand reappointed into the Regular
time for acutely ill patients are too ill to wait for next current events. Navy,
without appointments, and available appointment. Sgt.Nelson arrived at the 679th The basic criteria under the
Radar on Oct. 17, 1971,
Squadron
are as follows:
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from 31st Engineering An officer's request for
Squadron in Thy Hoa, Vietnam.He resignation from the U.S. Navy is
<93>%*' has been in the Air Force approved subsequent to com- ,
IASWIIf since April 1968, and is presently pletion of his initial active BP
assigned to the Facilities Sectionas obligated service and he is POST 1
I an Electrical Power concurrently appointed in the VV
I Production Technician.The Naval Reserve (Inactive status.) EVERY
22 year old sergeant is I To be considered,officers must Action! THURS.
Nautical( Charts *tOutrtggtn Fish Boxti >tNautical Bur get lacked WtartPalntt from Albion, Mich., and he lists be serving in the grade of Action! F
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-The Jax Navy Fliers will play host to the 6ND Softball Championships from August 2 6 at
BOWLING us8 Mackroth Field.
Frank McCaffery,athletic director at NAS and coach of the Fliers,said that as Tuesday,10 teams
had indicated entry and that they were waiting to hear from three more.
Comemorative Stamps Unveiled There will be at least five games on Monday with the first game scheduled to start at 1 p.m. If other
-- -..-- teams are heard from before Monday a sixth game will be required and starting time will be 11 a.m.
WASHINGTON (AFPS) instead of 1 p.m.

-For the first time since -An WASHINGTON eight-cent: (AFPS). Teams that have indicated entry so far are Mayport, Cecil Field, Glynco Navy, Memphis Navy,
tage 1932 stamped a commemorative envelope pos-will the 450th stamp anni-commemorating NTC Orlando, NCTC Pensacola, Naval Station Key West, NAS Key West, NAS Meridian and NAS

be issued in both large; and versary of San Juan, Puerto Jax.The
small sizes. Rico, will be issued in that Fliers are defending 6ND champions as they defeated the Navy Memphis Hellcats last year at
The new stamp design, city on September 12. Memphis by.a score of 2.0.
created by George Giusti, is
a salute to bowling and The stamp reproduces a .-
shows a bowling ball and pin detail in San Juan's famed Deep Freeze Stamp Covers Available
embossed in white on a crimson El Moro castle. It is a woodcut -
background.The engraved by Walter
eight-cent envelope is Brooks of New Canaan, Con- DAVISVILLE, R.I.-.Stamp working with the U.S. Navy in 1971. The address is: Deep
available in both No. 6H and necticut. The artist employedthis collectors may have covers support of the National Science Freeze Philatelic Mail, U.S.
No. 10 sizes and can be or- method, which is almost postmarked at two U.S. bases in Foundation during this year's Naval Construction Battaltion
dered through post offices unique in stamp design, to the antarctic and aboard three Operation Deep Freeze. Center Davisville, R.I. 02854.
with printed return addressesin capture 16th century atmos- U.S. Coast Guard icebreakers
minimum lots of 500 at phere. On the left side of Covers will be cancelled by Addressees will receive the
the same price as regular the vertical stamp is "San McMurdo Station, Amundsen- Deep Freeze cancelled mail
printed stamped envelopes. Juan, Puerto Rico' in black. Golf TournamentJaxThe between April and June 1972.
Scott South Pole Station and the
First day ceremonies will Lower left is 1521.1971" in .-----------
be held in Milwaukee, Wis. black, and upper right, also annual Naval Air Coast Guard icebreakers Staten PHONE 3USS2s'
on August 21, the openingday in black, is! "U.S. 8c. Background Station Junior Golf Tournamentwill Island, Northwind and South. e I
of the Seventh World of the stamp, a sandy be held on August 9th and wind. I
Tournament of the International brown, has a wood-grained 10th at the NAS Golf Course. Philatelic mail to be postmarked .
effect. The castle's sentry box (;)f \
Bowling; Federation. and fortress wall are in Dependents ((10-17 years) of all in Antarctica must reach II
Collectors may obtain first active duty and retired the Navy's collecting point at
day cancellations by address tones of brown and cream. military I
ing the request to 8-cent personnel are eligible to par Davisville not later than Sept. 1, 1249.1251 King St.
Bowling Envelope, Postmaster Collectors desiring first ticipate. Flights will be formed I Jacksonville, Florida 32704 I
Milwaukee, Wisconsin day cancellations may send for 10 and 11, 12 and 13,14 and 15, .
53202." Enclose full name addressed envelopes and remittance and 17 year age groups i WANTEDUSED
and address, including Zip to cover the cost of Play will be 36 holes Medal HONDA CAMERAS AND I.
Code and remittance of 10 the stamps to: "San Juan
cents per envelope. Both Stamp, Postmaster San Play and entrance fee is$1.00 per MOTORS & CYCLES CO. I. EQUIPMENT.WE PAY
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One of Highland's players trill to turn an infield chopper info. base
NOL Defeated in I
hit,but fails by less than a step when the umpire (background) (flashes ChampionshipNavy .
the 'out' sign.
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Ortega Lakeshore was Highland added three more Wilson gave up only 2 hits,
eliminated from the District 11 runs in the fourth to put the game walked 6 and struck out 5.
Little League Championship out of reach. Eugene Jenkins took the loss I
r HMIHIMimNMIIMNHIINHHINMMINHIHIHMIHMIIINI competition Friday night via an Wilson went the full distancefor for NOL, allowing 8 hits, walking
AL BONATI 8-2 loss to Highland. Highland in taking the win. 2 and fanning 8.
'NOL is sponsored by NAS Jax.

,V ORGAN. HORN Highland's hitting attack burstto Fliers Have Rough TimeJax
,r. .j! life the very first time they
_. & VOCAL came to bat. Ty Normandin led
Jax Navy Fliers had a rough time last week with injuriesand
off in the bottom of the first with a
through Saturday
+ fi Monday single, and the following batter, errors as they came up on the losing end of five out of six games.
,1111I111111111111111II"11II111I11I11I11111'/' ''N'mm' Ernie Reinhardtdrove him home The Fliers started off on the wrong foot in their first game against
home to Cecil Field by allowing four runs in the first two innings as they wenton
SPECIAL RATES with a towering run right
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added Russ Seel of 679th, the Fliers catcher, had to be taken to the hospitaland
Entertainment nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge i Dint at Biter't Seafood Highland two more runs
was operated on after he was hit under the by a pitched ball.
Restaurant, ISO Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic in their half of the second on a eye
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and physical, by the tense NOL as errors in the field allowed both runs to score.
team. Their bad luck continued as they lost both games and another cat
IitIflWI1EJi NOL staged a short-lived rallyin cher against the Roma Spa team of the Jacksonville City League by
third but scores of 6.1 and 4-0. The Fliers managed only two hits in the first
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by striking out John Collins with Roma Spa after he jammed one of his fingers.
Within talking distance to all points of interest. with two men on base to end the The only bright spot for the Fliers last week was their 3.1 victoryover
inning. Alton Box of the city league as Tom Tenhagen of Weapons pitcheda
one hitter giving up a double in the final Inning. In the second game'
/, against Alton Box the Fliers managed 11 hits but the sky fell in on
them in the second inning of this game as six errors and three passed
balls led to five runs for Alton Box. The Fliers never recovered losingby
a score of 6.4.
The Fliers will try to put things together this week in preparation
for the upcoming 6ND Softball Tournament as they play Roma Spa
Thursday night at 7 p.m.in a doubleheader and Kelly's Gulf Service on
'1' Friday in another double header at 7 p.m.

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-In the Navy you become pretty familiar with the term 'sailor,'
but here at NAS Jacksonville there is a different type of sailor- thoseat
,-" the NAS Sailboat Club. If1

These sailors, with their own marina, repair facilities, docking
facilities,and a fleet of 21 boats,welcome anyone new who wants to bea
member of the club.

Stan Lucas, the marina manager at the Sailboat Club, said that
A many people make the mistake of thinking that the club is private
when it is actually available to all active duty and retired personnel
and their dependents.For .
those who are already qualified sailors, the Sailboat Club has
three O'Days,four Rebels and six Bantams which can be rented for 50
cents an hour and two Beetles and six Prams which are rented for 25
cents an hour. For those who aren't sailors, but who would like to be,
the Sailboat Club offers classes four ages 9.16 as well as adult classes.
If you've got free time and are looking for recreation, the classes
for adults are held Thursday evenings and the classes for ages 9.16
are held in the morning four days a week. Students learn all facets of
Mike Hooper, an Instructor at the HAS Sailboat Club, shows and
a boating the importance of boat safety from qualified Red Cross
student how to rig her sail and .... instructors.

Safety is a big concern at the Sailboat Club. Evidence of this Is a
recently acquired rescue boat from the Coast Guard which will be
used for patrolling. Alsoa power boat squadron from the Power Boat
Club will soon be operating to help out in the patrolling of the sailing

area. ( ,
I .f .t r Once you become a full fledged sailor at the club, you can test your
skills at one of the club sponsored regattas during the year. The club
t.f r sponsors a Navy Day Regatta in October, a Frostbite Regatta in
February and often participates in some of the Florida Yacht Club's
fi1. 9iis regattas during the year.
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