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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1971
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29 NO. 20 MMVOL 'Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air! Station,Jacksonville,Florida' AUGUST 5, 1971



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j'l t % /4...., ;:, To Improve NavyJax



y The Atlantic Fleet's top enlisted man, Master
Chief Avionics Technician Albert 'Ted' Johnson, who is
& l! concerned with the personal welfare of some 150,000
: enlisted men and their families, visited Jacksonville
Monday and met with senior enlisted advisors from the
various naval commands in the area.

Johnson, the Master Chief
Petty Officer of the Atlantic was to discuss ways to improvethe
Fleet, serves as a direct com role of the senior chief as a
munications link between the vital link between enlistees and
--.- men of the Fleet and Adm. their commands.
BARBARA HOWARD, president of the Navy Wives Club of America Jax M, points out facts about Charles K. Duncan, the Fleet Johnson travels wherever
the club to students (I to r) Shirletta Gore, Toni Sena Ion and Shirley Hartman, who attended the Commander in Chief. Atlantic Fleet Navymen are
,] wives school last week. She shows students how NWCA Jax 86 helps bridge the communication gap During his visit to NAS stationed-from Iceland to
f between them and the commanding officer. Jacksonville, Johnson, 45, of Panama and Maine to Cuba-and
Paonla,Colo., discussed his ideas talks with as many men as he
Wives SchoolNavy and recommendations on a wide can, whether they be seamen or
range of subjects during an all admirals.
day meeting with 22 master Hisobjective is to seek ways to
N chiefs from Fleet Air Jackson- improve conditions for Navymenand
Wives Cite Results their, families, and also to
inspire other senior petty officers
to work for improvements within

From Information ClassesJax'An their own suggestions organizations.When appear. to

have wide applicability, Johnsonuses
them as a basis for making -
.1' recommendations to Adm.
outstanding program..A golden opportunity.' This is a student Duncan. Items that are more of a
on of the success of the new.Navy Wives Service Information,School in local matter are brought to the
local Navy wives about'service',life. attention of appropriate
j authorities in the particular
area.
'school, which begins Johnson, who has been in this
week-long session lectures various subjects suchas formed previously as they were
J'z at 9 a.m. in Room 230 at Navy Relief, CIIAMPUS, just unaware of what the Navy i I < assignment for two years, feels
1000, was established Navy Exchange and Com- had to offer-even though their ., that the concept has benefit ted
June 7 to provide answers to missary, Special Services, and husbands had been in several C the Navy's self-improvement
of the most common housing moving and storage.The years. program,and that more progresscan
faced by Navy wives highlight of the course Is a They claimed their lack of 11 be expected.He .
states that he is not
; It is aimed at briefing by Barbara Howard knowledge about hospital ser-
a 'well-informed Navy president of NWCA Jax 86. on the vices, Navy Relief, and Navy A 'figurehead', nor is he a one-
wives benefits of club membership. Exchange activities were major way communications channel,
t by giving a L& .
merely representing enlistedmen
t knowledge of Navy Subjects are presented by problem areas which were
ts. Navy instructors who are cleared up in class. at the front office.Part of his
a fourth week of trial, the authorities in their field Each Perhaps one of the most important Chief Johnson role, he states, is to exert a
is student receives a handy lessons which wives leadership influence on the
success being brochure containing Informative learned was to 'ask questionsand ville. This is part of the 27-year Fleet's enlisted men. But he also
by glowing Ladies who reports at- handbooks for study. In class, not be afraid to look for the Navy veteran's continuing effortto takes every opportunity to express
students.out of a desire to know students may ask questions and facts.' stimulate meaningful communication the enlisted men's point of
in the discuss problems in an atmosphere Presenting the 'straight facts'here between enlisted men view.
was going from Navy the of informality. seems to be the contributing and the higher echelons of For example, he is the only
emerged
with whole Graduates feel that they factor in the school's success. In command.As enlisted man ever to have addressed
class the a new learned a great deal and that the most cases, wives now go home he told Jax Air News, young a class of officers at the
on Include Navy. informal subjects were significantly better Informed than their Navymen UxLsy find the Navy Naval War College.
relevant to their needs..In a pollof husbands. Some commented that more acceptable than it was a Upon departing Jacksonville,
opinions, most agreed that year ago; however, his main Chief Johnson returned to his
Dental Sets they were not so much misinJax (Continued on page 2)) objective at the conference here office: in Norfolk Va.


Child's ExamsJax New Program Aimed At Drug- HangUpsment I


-A new program has but who have been flight clearance,
Clinic- is The taking NAS Dental ap- been established by the reluctant to take action 3161.Navy members who etc., although such items

pointments for children's Navy which permits drug against their problem apply for exemption will may later be restored in
flouride treatment under users to seek medical and from fear of punishment.To be informed of the scope cases where rehabilitationis
their continuing Preven- other assistance without be eligible for and limitations of the deemed sufficient
tive Dentistry children Program for incurring court-martial exemption, as it is program prior to making enough to warrant doingso.
23 dependent, whose parents', age birth.6 action or separation under described in Adm. Zum- their disclosures. They .
date is this month. other than honorable walt's Z-Gram 94, an in- will be told that exemption Definitively, 'Exemp-
Children of both active conditions. dividual must voluntarily applies only to non-judicial tion will be granted for the
duty and retired military Formally titled the Navy report his drug offense to a punishment, court- illegal use or possession of

Each personnel child will are receive eligible. Drug Exemption and designated exemption martial, and separationwith controlled substances as
an
oral exam, a stannous Rehabilitation Program, it representative. The an undesirable defined in Article 1270 of
flouride treatment and oral. is aimed at helping in- exemption representativesat discharge. It does not U.S. Navy Regs, 1948.' It is
hygiene information. dividuals who demon- this command are WO-1 affect subsequent not applicable to persons
Make an appointment for strate a sincere desire to Carl Doan, Ext. 2525, and modifications of security charged with drug induced
your child at Ext. 3504. halt their drug 'hang-up' BMCM Roy Pitts, Ext. clearance, duty assign- crimes or drug traffic.



"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

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



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A Novak and Tommy'C' the Week' Peppers
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Pirates CPO Officers Acey.Ducey Support


Monday Cove thru Thur Club Club Club I(tffJ J


11 '.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 l1a.m..11 Breakfast- Nattc personnel will be served from 5:50: -6:30: '.m.1 NAS and all
11 a.m. to 2 '.m. p.m. other tenant commands after 6:30.:
Friday & Saturday Tues..Thur.. Sunday
Lunch. personnel served from 1' to 12 a.m.s NAS and other commands
Saturday 11 '.m. to 1 '.m. l1a.m..lIp.m. Noon to Midnight
after 12.
9 '.m. to>> 2 '.m. Frl Sat '
11a.m..1a.m. Chub DinnerAll personnel served from to 6:15: p.m.
Sunday Monday thru Thur

7 I.m. to Midnight 11 am. to Midnight
Friday,August SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Hamburgers
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-- BREAKFAST-Homlny Grits, and Cheeseburgers.
Chilled Plums, Fried Eggs to Order SUPPER-Spaghettl with Italian
Wiv es School Grilled French Toast, with Maple Meat Sauce and Meatballs, Pizza Pie,
: Syrup, Home Fried Potatoes, Toasted Cuban Sticks, Parmesan
Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted Danish Cheese, Broccoli Spears, Seasoned
(Cont. from Page 1)) Pastry. Green Peas, Blueberry Pie.

their husbands resented their
DINNER-Oyster Stew Deep Fat Tuesday, August 10
knowing more about their pay Fried Fish or Baked Meat Loaf, BREAKFAST-Cooked Farina,
and allowances. However a Tartar Sauce, Brown Gravy Baked Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to
Navyman's actual pay is not Macaroni with Cheese and Tomato, Order, Baked Corned Beef Hash, Soft-
disclosed to the wives. Boiled Navy Beans, Buttered Brussels Hard Cooked Eggs, Choice of Bacon or
Sprouts, Banana Cake with Vanilla Ham, Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted
Because of 'husband misinformation Icing. Cake Doughnuts.

.' the men are invited to SANDWICH LINE-Grllled Cheese
or Grilled Hamburgers.
attend future classes with their SUPPER-Ginger DINNER-Cream of Tomato Soup,
Pot Roastof Beef,
Chicken Cacciatore, Snowflaked
Hives. Natural
Gravy, Franconla
Potatoes,
Potatoes, Hot Baking Powder
Students are recommended by Hot Banana Spiced Cake Beets, Buttered June Peas, Biscuits, Cranberry Sauce, Okra and

their husbands or their com with Vanilla Icing. Tomato Soup, Seasoned Green Beans,

mands.LCdr. Sandra Snodderly Saturday,August Yellow Pound Cake.
Military Personnel Officer and BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, SANDWICH LINE-Stmmered
Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Frankfurters with Sauerkraut or Ham
director of the program makes to Order, Scrambled Eggs Eggs with and Cheese on Rye.SUPPERBaked .

An All Hands AffairAll arrangements for anyone who Cheese, Choice of Luncheon Meat or Veal Loaf, Brown
wants to attend and invites those Pork Sausage, Baked Pork and Beans, Gravy, Buttered Egg Noodles,
Assorted Cake Doughnuts. Seasoned Greens, Boiled Pinto Beans,
Interested
to call her at 772-2375
Yellow Pound Cake.Wednesday .
or just In at class
hands are invited to attend a special steak dinner August 13 at drop Monday BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Hot
at Tickets and available mornings. Roast Pork Sandwiches, ,August 11
the CPO Pool beginning 6 p.m. are $3 are now Breakfast
Meats BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried
at the Chaplain's Office or may be bought after masses at the vestible Inconveniences are expectedand Apple Sauce French, Baked Fried Potatoes Beans, Chilled Eggs to Order, Minced Beef on Toast,

of the Catholic Chapel. There will also be an open grill and assorted the Navy is prepared to Cake Doughnuts, Peach Shortcake Assorted, Hash Browned Potatoes, Choice of

softdrlnks and supervised swimming. assist, Because you may be with Whipped Topping.SUPPERTomato Luncheon Meat, Pork Butts, Assorted
unable to attend due to no Cake Doughnuts.

transportation, Capt. John Barbecued Chicken, Barbecue Vegetable Sauce Soup,, DINNER-Vegetable Soup, Pan

Kincaid station commandingofficer Mashed Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Roast of Pork Loin, Brown Gravy,
JT/LX AIR NEWS is prepared to assist in Seasoned Carrots, Southern Style Snowflaked Potatoes, Mashed Sweet
any way possible. Call him at Greens, Peach Shortcake with Potatoes, Apple Sauce, Seasoned
Whipped Topping, Lima Beans, Buttered Corn on the
Ext. 2334 for help. Cob, Banana Cream Pie, with
Sunday,August I
Capt. Kincaid predicted that in BREAKFAST_ Whipped Topping.
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Hot Oatmeal, Fried SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Cheese
case some are unable to attend, Eggs to Order Grilled Hot Cakes
with Sandwiches.
or Variety Meat
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station the school and its instructors Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon orPotat0" SUPPER-Beef Suklyaklor Fried

Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a could be brought to the home for Assorted Ham, Cottage Fried Liver and Onions, Steamed Rice,
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Danish Pastry.BRUNCHFried Pickled Beets, Buttered June Peas,
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS group briefings by appointment. Banana Cream Pie with Whipped

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Another convenience is free Breakfast Meat or Eggs Grilled to Order, Topping.

Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or nursery service provided by the burgers French Fried Potatoes Ham. 12BREAKFAST'Homlny
Club at the station Baked Pork Thursday, Aosust"
3119. I Navy Wives and Beans, Assorted Grits
DaniSh
nursery.If with WhiPPed Pastry, Strawberry Shortcake Chilled Grapefruit Juice, Fried Eggsto
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Topping.SUPPERCream Order, Grilled Pineapple Hot Cakes

available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race, you do attend the next class, with Maple Syrup Choice of Ham or
find like so others of Potato Soup, Bacon, Baked Pork and Beans,
creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or you may that many Country Fried Steak, Brown Assorted Danish Pastry.DINNERTomato .
Gravy,
before the Wives
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal you, Navy Whipped Potatoes Balled Navy
Beans,
Service Information School is
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print Strawberry Buttered Mixed Vegetables,
worth every minute. Shortcake with Cold
\ advertising' from that source Topping. Whipped Rice Soup ,
Platter of Sliced Ham, Bologna
SHOEING HORSES Salami, Luncheon Meat, Cheddar
"\; Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries The legions of the Roman Monday.August Cheese, Cold Potato Salad, Hot Baked
w concerning such should be directed to: BREAKFAST-Hominy Grits, Fried Beans. Chilled Tomatoes, BlueberryPie.
Empire first began shoeing to Order, French Toast .
r' THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY horses with iron footwear, circa or Maple Syrup, Choice of Pork Sausage with SANDWICH LINE-Tuna SaladSandwiches
Luncheon
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 150 A.D. Beans Pecan Meat Rolls.DINNERCheese.Baked Pork and Cheese. or Grilled Ham and
They Borrowed the<< idea from

r:; Telephone 388.2755 their Asian rivals the Parthians. ,
Soup
t Roast Yankee Pot SUPPER-Swiss with Tomato
Steak
VOL. 29 NO. 20 AUGUST 5, 1971 Hy Bardner syn col, 3-27-71 ScalloPed of Potatoes Beef, Natural Gravy.P Sauce Whipped Potatoes, Club
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(Quote Magazine). Cream StYled Corn Buttered, Spinach i Spinach, Buttered Mixed Vegetables. ,
Blueberry Pi e. Blueberry Pie.



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I Smugglers Caught At Customs



WASHINGTON-U.S Treasury his shoes. Agents in New York seized 598 Luggage with hidden com- showed up in a parcel from
Special Agents of Customs are The metal detector machine bottles of phenylbotozone, a partments is a typical devise Vietnam. The discovery resultedIn
narrowing down the possible used to discover bidden arms at pain-killer for horses and other used by smugglers. Agents one arrest and seven In
hiding places smugglers are the Los Angeles Airport signaled large animals, hidden in a hearse recently arrested a woman dictments.In .
using in their drug traffic. as a smuggler started through.The carrying two bodies being arriving in Honolulu from Hong
Among the recent unusual beeping sound panicked the returned from Canada. Kong with 5.5 pounds cf heroin in another mall case, the
smuggling attempts that agents smuggler who ran Into an airline Automobiles are a favorite of her baggage. At Kennedy Airportin Department of Agriculture has
have uncovered was the arrest of employee. The clasps on the the smuggler. Agents recently New York, Customs In- reported that a former Federal
a smuggler 'who walked funny.' smugglers boots alerted the found a car battery containingfive spections found about 11 poundsof Employee used a postal card to
A Customs Port Investigator machine and a U.S. Marshal on ounces of heroin in San cocaine hidden in the false tell a friend about an expected
noticed the peculiar gait of a duty at the check-point shouted to Ysidro, Calif. In 16 other actions bottom of two suitcases belongingto shipment of marijuana. The
passenger at the Miami Air the airline employee to 'get his along the Mexican border, U.S. arrivals from Peru.
Terminal. A search disclosed 263 boots'. No guns were found, but Agents found marijuana con- U.S. Army Criminal In. information was turned over to
grams of marijuana between his the boots did contain a fortune In cealed in car and truck panels, in vestigatlon Division assisted the Treasury Agents who apprehended -
legs and 64 grams of cocaine in marijuana and heroin. tires and gas tanks, and under Customs Mail Division at Boston, the smuggler and his
false floors. Mass. when 13 ounces of heroin 'grass'.


NATTCenter Secretary Athens Flights Decidedmands I

Awarded 20-Year PinJaxMrs.

Jax-All plans, assignmentsand and agencies supporting located in the Officer's
Margaret 0. McCall, Jacksonville area, has a married arrangements for the NAS passenger terminal and flight Recreational Facility (ORF) for
secretary to NATTC's Director of daughter, Mrs. G.J. Flyn who Cecil to Athens flights, which operations should arrive three dependent's departures; Hangar
Training,was all smiles when she lives in Dearfield Beach, Fla.She leave at 11:30: on August 4th and hours prior to each flight and 14 for servicemens departures. It
received her pin and a letter of plans to interrupt her work with a 15th were made at a planning remain on station until one hour will operate during the hours of
Appreciation for 20 years of relaxing vacation. Starting conference last month.It after actual aircraft departure.The all passenger departure
devoted Federal Service. Capt. August 14, she plans to travel to was decided at the meeting Flight Information Center processing and will be manned
John E. Kennedy, commandingofficer Europe and tour the continent for that all personnel, units, corn- (FIC) for the program will be three hours prior to each
of NATTC, presented the three weeks. departure until one hour after
award in his office on July 26. actual aircraft departure.
Blood Donors NeededJaxThe
Mrs. McCall first came to the COMFAIRJAX will act as
Naval Air Station at Jacksonville coordinator with overall
in She worked for three authority and responsibility for
1943. Naval Hospital here is Only you can provide this
years in the Personnel Office in having problems meeting the substance so vital to the care of subject flights originating and
Building 1,and in 1954 she worked f day-to-day requirements for many patients. Those desiring to terminating at NAS Cecil while
for Naval Air Weapons. In 1958 blood and its various components donate may call the Hospital the NAS Cecil Air Operations
she transferred to the Director of L for its patients.The Blood Bank ((772-2395)) for an officer will be responsible for
Training's office here at NATTC Hospital must rely on appointment. Blood is drawn sending aircraft departure
and has been working there ever donations of blood from the from donors Monday through reports. Operational Im-
since. Her devotion to duty has people it serves to provide support Friday from 9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. mediate message and passenger
contributed immeasurably to the for its patients. With the Donations ,may be made every manifest changes will be supplied
outstanding efficiency of the d -F large military population at eight weeks or five times per by COMFAIRJAX Coordinator.For .
Director of Training's office and Jacksonville it would seem easyto year.Civil Service personnel who specific details on other
has had a direct bearing on the obtain thirty to forty units of donate to the Naval Hospital will plans, assignments and
effectiveness of the command.Mrs. blood needed every week, but this have such credits applied to their arrangements check COM-
McCall, a resident of the Margaret McCall is not often the case. donor program. FAIRJAX Notice 1700 of July 22.

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.i." Well, we're back again, and Navyman of 16 years already, L : ;
with another busy week with took the reenlistment oath again
;I 'Aound Cecil'. and with this 5 year enlistment, it
r f. This week, 9 Navymen'made will bring Lunsford's total to 21 .Sr

I' I :'" ..... the spotlight, and we are very years service to the Navy.
I' happy to have them there. AMH1 AFCM Haig Barsamian,
Commander Login Bobby W. Lunsford of VA-45, a leading chief of VC.2 retired last
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week after 30 years of service to ..
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Logan retired from the Weapons
Department on July 20, after 30
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Up for four more.. AQ1 RobertJ.
Mills recently reenlisted for
four more years to set his time
iri headed for 12 years.
MRC W.B. Philmon from Amd

..... ..R.iiII ...... ..,.. .. recently reenlisted for 6 more
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AFCM Banlmlln'ff,1'f E. Tisor, a Navyman with 15
years experience took the
Lunsford reenlistment oath for 6 more

i K E1'Br f.e, >.- years toward to 21.start him on his way AOCS Nelson

'fUN IN YouR AOCS R. E. Nelson from VA- would make anyone smile and
) 174 reenlisted last week for two John C. Pitts is no exception as
aiA more xears. Upon completion of ,
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OAf'NGPaRrS' these two years,Chief Nelson will receiving his Superior Per
T1Jr have served the Navy 29 years. formance Award. Pitts works on
Superior Performance awards
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return Moore at 3:30:Ext.p.m.2164.Contact Mrs. ill $ 95 i Cccna 1:;: 1.10 t u Panama City
::: 6'4 r::: SarasotaQearwater
Ride wanted daily Monday ::1: H CHILDREN 1:: ::: f(<'/' Roosevelt : ,
through Friday from 1501 ::::; .5:30: to 8:30: jgft $1.00 :::: .1 Tampa :$:: N c JAX :::,
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near St. Nicholas) to NARF. 1J TUESDAY thru SATURDAYBERKSHIRE
Depart 6:15: 6:30: a.m., return I I 1 I : 1
3:30: p.m. Contact Thomas N. i HOUSE Ii .
Rowan at Ext. 3776 or 2107. ,: r

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I Civilian

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Promotions

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-Recently posted on
work area bulletin boardsare
1
y merit promotion an-
nouncements for the
following civilian Job
k*
tif r openings.Procurement.

.. rr ClerktypingGS1106'4(76'71) __ __.n__
( ( ) ZERO DEFECTS Earl G. Eckford, Production Planning and
n and Groceryman (77 71) Control Dept., (NARF, receives Zero Defects Citation.
r- i m.: If you want to check on
previously posted an-
nouncements, check with Weekend ClassesCommence

1 a the Employment Office,
li/il au. Ext. 3448, or the Rating FJCJaxFlorida
Branch, Ext. 2320, in the at
TOURS NARF RAdm. T. R. McCklUn, commander Naval Air Civilian Personnel -. --
Systems Command, views Integrated circuit board repair equipmentIn Department's Em- Junior Collegewill psychology and sociology. The
I Shop 4114 (Gyroscopes & Controls) with Capt. D. H. Helle, NARF ployment Division. take another innovative curriculum meets the general
Commanding Officer, and John Onstott, Instrument Section super- step this fall when it initiates a education requirements for the
visor. new Weekend College program at Associate in Arts degree and also
Cumberland and the offers elective course for per-
the North,
I. Supply Retirements PraisedJax recently opened South Campus sonal enrichment.
here in Jacksonville.FJC's Regular registration will be
extended schedule of held August 25-26 for evening

Nine civilian Supply Nettie Jackson, Paul C. Collier, of General Services classes will enable students to students and August 26-27 for day
Department employees received James P. Selph and Marie Department enroll in credit courses offered on students. Day and evening
which said 'So often we neglectto
letters of appreciation at an R. Cline. Not present to receivehis Saturdays.The students may register Monday
and
award ceremony here Friday. award was Charles Cullen. express our concern ap- new concept will be August 30. All registration is at
They were: Charles J. Mr. Hawkins, Property preciation for the extra efforts of especially beneficial to those who the North Campus.
traits
Hawkins, Marvin E. Smith, Disposal supervisor, also and commendable with in cannot attend regular classes Saturday classes will be held at
Joseph I. Glrouex, Leroy: Mahler, received a letter from the Florida persons we deal business daily for the during the week because of their all campuses from 9:1011:45a.m. : :
conducting. our jobs or family responsiblities. and from 12:45-3:45: : p.m.,
public.'In would Courses will be offered in beginnning September 4.
this connection
Open for your convenience ta.m.'lOp.m. like to express our sincere we ap- business, English, history, home Regular fall term classes begin
mathematics September 2.
economics
,
D PICKUP & DELIVERY preciation for the splendid
cooperation and outstanding
o ROAD SERVICE business like manner in which

o MECHANIC ON DUTY Mr. Hawkins manages the
Jacksonville Naval Air Station YAMAHAIS
Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS Disposal Activity'Thoma OUR BUSINESS
"*L. Jenkins and Peggy, The OUR ONLY BUSINESS
OOB'5 OAK HILL M. Hutson, both employed at the NEW 650 CC
Supply Department, received Touring Twin

umnSERVICE ceremony.The retirement. letters at the ,

letters said, Tour work in
CENTER the Supply Department was
performed with a sense of
103rd & Jammea Road 771-9159 responsibility and devotion to
duty which have contributed
significantly to the effective
accomplishment of our assigned
mission. WE SWAPTRADE.SELLGood

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civilian capacity that has been in
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traditions of the Supply YAMAHA SOUTH
Special Department and the Civil Ser- .
vice.' 14521 BEACH BLVD. PHONE 246-1465
Kenneth Wilkins, Supervisory Vi Mile West of Intercoastal Waterway
Inventory Management SERVICE PARTS ACCESSORIES
Specialist, received a quality
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congenial young neighbors to help enjoy them. 'u Phone: 781-3818
o All only one block from golf and an RENTING HOURS:
elementary school ,with other schools shop Men' thru Sat: 9:006:00: ; Sun. 1-6.00:
ping centers and boating minutes away. You DIRECTIONS:Out Roosevelt Blvd:.
can get to Cecil Field or the Naval Air Station
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U Apartments have individually controlled x -turn left to apartments.
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PHONE 389-0338 J Electronic Wheel Balancing
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Automobile Insurance For Everyone OUR SPECIALITY) ;1 2i Total Engine Performance
,' HOURS: Analyzed Electronically
SAME DAY COVERAGESTATE U, Sun Thurs. 4pm II.JOpm CG:'. S&H GREEN STAMPS
? Friday 4pm I 12 4m
FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE __ AH Purchases
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Ned Vow Cur Inspected?( ALL YOU CAN EAT J YDOLLAR
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RED GREENE'S GARAGEFour Includes French Fries aZ S DAYPLAY

Miles South of NAS'Highway 17.Orange Park Cole Slaw and Hush Puppies Ilt, ,,
Fast Service>Licensed Inspectors TOP HAT ALL DAY
Open 000-100 thru 9 AM to 6 PM
Monday Friday
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OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION I fjrtfOnt HERLONG ROAD COIN LAUNDRYRAIN

; JIM THORSBY (USN Retired,) Mqr. SOFT WATER..CteanerClotheswitnhalfthesoap.
old Service Tires Ba .FrontINNNINNEnd Service (Also 20 ib.and 30 lb. washers recommendedfor
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12 Mile South of Orange Park High I 19 30 lb. Dryers I j. '
On Blanding (State Road 21)) -tl I B024HERLONGROAO i'40
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U. S. Military Retired -_ Ph.355-6443 .
PHONE 264.5343 5998 Normandy Blvd. 786-0821

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All Military Mail Ic __ Editorial

Assorted ExcusesFor


Will Be Inspected

All Occasions

Jax-AJI BflMarr ,Bad m- armed cufctary postal
dbd&g cttcszJ; sal. w. BOW be prHficges aid tee penccteJfffrrt Ju -The response to last week's editorial In this paper on ways to
ss&feet to ice,tiee aid prTTt ffifrr pffTfl-aP yfl ID help cenonnel at NAS Jax attract members of the opposite sex was socLrteImingly
eramfeaieo ofm a:r rat wrt&a card at tie b=e cf maJSrg: Abo d 0 favorable that we felt it was our patriotic duty to try
fie catenas territory cl the parcels mast bear the sender'scozfkte apiD this week to aid Navy men and women.
IhaSed States fncam.iiiWy overseas retsra address, game Nearly two people contacted the person who wrote the editorial last
peat cCfices tote (revest social security rmnfcer aid seek and almost one of them were in favor of it. The rest were
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tspoctatjoa of urcotk sernce amber asd tie: seeder car-re*buckets of tar and sea bags filled with feathers.
ttnx Ss the US. Mai cast ceoplete is detail aastrms PMTabr lie writer managed to save his life by thinking up an excuse for
Tbs a beeaj dose fa aeccrdasce > dedaraSos fora.AB vtttsg the editorial.
with Batnsctsota: i issued OutstandingWaveatNAS EVefcae-reg are excuses that may help to save YOURS.L .
eeary : clf"Ja officials all. night march through The Pirates
by the CfliWTKTMirf! cf Cfrt: yrts pat Sfcia&M: Following an
ca May X are asked to aid fa pretesting Cove,Vi* **** .P three hour late for work on the busiest day InIIlllntlf.
Era i :aticc3 cf Fad fcecd ira puma tiCa cl parcacks by .
to be carryic earcocks ox the mating sore flat fir! rubber Tour Ecxae: 1 saw a billboard yesterday that said"You can sleep
past revealed a need for co- stamps idetttifiyaigt their post tl 'wJltanujist oEireta: ,your military is awake." I felt I was entitled to
creased attention D acceptanceproceccxes fee leave a dear ial p*' 'W"m at Leaves NavyJax equal t Jssr e
for parcel r*-***., nsrtercal the parcel by ensurum radium.opeong :. StIaciM: At 1C oa Friday. an SP palls you over for driving 85n
post office postmarking fee fcspectaar ctparafsacapted ?&draw Y.rttwn oa your way to a 30.day leave.
am ta:: izg prace res ar.d for gsaffifffc:: iod by -XAS Jax Las tort '"'cc e rf Ycer Elxcase' "The traffic situation is terrible around this time of
coctrol over c (lcatl maid U'lali;! pcsfccg: a notice adv irg that alE the- mat prcfessiecalto yaacgavcreg day so I decided to get my car out of here as quickly as possible to
result of these a3 are subject to mspecten .. fit he Na-vy." acres "
As a ficdicgs packages cake room) (or one of m) shipmates in the line.
personal parcels wiD be acceptedfor by!' officiaQi and 5y art Join R. Kecaid, coo- X. Situation: Realizing that next week is going to be a rough one
mailing only frees: persoccel azsacs dar d the star oc.h here you work you decide to go AWOL.
a let !r ta P7i3 Afice L, Your Excuse: "Workers should be prepared to operate while the
Talley of t&e JCSdry Peel: wort -force is below normal. By leaving unexpectedly, I was actually
CiScson fire cceatase cf ber training them to be in a state of combat readiness at all times.
VOLKSAGE' EjumnA. r sc&arje.. CaptAJ I. Situation After telling you for 23 straight days that you should
I main said; separations clean op the mess in your room, the MAA tells you he has declared
INSL1A CE grr mneitna :yaz were faced yoar room "Unfit for Human Habitation".
Wait; a. trsnendccs i ccrease: of
to sacrifice personal comfortin
Your Excuse: "I am perfectly willing
wlJrltDuf cauaetf by ee NavycducJiinr order to devote full time to the duties of my job."Note: Say"Sir"at
wide ut ftnrce while at words when the above Ex.
NOWAVAILABLEFORALLCARS least once per every three using excuses.
the sun dine jour cffice" stall perience has clearly shown that doing so greatly enhances your
m-mtf n
EXAMPLE Mae rerr marT ace 22, cac rrtCyrC1e W.'lS fcndussd. chance for survival.
+t CI'f'n9 teat fl 'r SOT CZJ SS ttroisamis* "'Yaar a ieze tUP" as.mss, 5. Situation: While dining at a local hamburger Joint, an off.duty
r-ej5cal and rnrsurwJ: crcflcrfs'X: Ccraenrt'epai: : .**, SHBCCecXctiWe : tfl11f amf ism chief chews you out for wearing your dungaree uniform in a public
CdUsicrs ard Read: service.Abw > 4Nft Jiufiv: l csv..ra About C3T.'tra?. ta" resuit uit cz z. sf jn.ilicantmar. ficer's car might break down in the parking lot and you might be able
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN Sues! :Giverit-g sxrjigs &> tie United to help him fix it." Note: Use at least twice the normal number of

"*Ctaren dr.' were Sirs'with this one,then pull wrench out of your pocket.
rea
C. Situation:At 07SS you pull into one of the station parking lots.At
selected, based ofcc yccr pose: ,
INC. attitsde and sincerity to ,:s,. after three trips around the parking lot looking for an empty
space, you finally spot two cars Just ahead with an eight foot gap
Phone 781-5511 1150 Lane Avenue. So. Service represent: at tie local WAVE fttj l Reersztag sdbods.: ', between them. You pull in, then hear the sound of metal crunching
cad You Excuse: None necessary-you might even be voted Sailor of

k-_ ..:: :. ,. .: -- t ttre Voch for performing an extremely]public service.
Sfcodd any emergency confront you that cannot be remedied by one
The PIRATES : cl the above excuses, contact us ASAP through a typed letter ((56
; eartcn copies also) and we will send you a personally autographed
so&ztko at our earliest convenience-probably some time in late FY


I' LOUNGEr, 74.lax Wins Safety Award

j I ZC ORANGE Jax-Tbe officers and men of achievement in aviation safety
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"" .,. XAS Jai have been awarded a during the period from July 1-
PARK citation for excellence in aviation June 30.'Naval.
J safety by CocaNavAirLant Air Station Jacksonville
IIII Northeast Florida's The citation reads: 'The operated free of major accidents.:
!_ Fewest end Finest Cccsjcuader Naval Air Force This performance contributed
US, Atlantic Fleet takes directly to the safest year in
1- LEWIS KING.Qrsn&Plano I I III AccomodationsFREE pteascre in awarding this cer Atlantic Fleet aviation history.'
DICK WILLIAMS.Drums tificate: to the officers and men of Signed: R.L. Townsend,
THEYSINGAHDSWING'All NAS Jacksonville for meritorious ComNav AirLant.

week including Sundays
I-:'x LOUNGE OPEN IIXAL-2& &DAILY

:;:; SUNDAYS 1 P.M.til 11PM.WITH MEALS I Government Personnel Mutual
; Hot and Cold I
H&rs d'oseires i i ; Life Insurance Company

I COCKTAIL HOUR 3PJA.-7 P.M. 1 t *specialists in service to the military'

Bar HI-BALLS 40C JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVE

.- JIM RICHARDSONCdr.

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Marines Get in Step at Moonwalk Parade J

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Jax-The MATSG Color Guard '
and Drill Team helped launch the Marines.Despite to the visiting dignitaries The '( ,<> ( ,
Cocoa Beach 'Moonwalk cloudy and threatening senior r. \' J. :\,
Parade' skies, MATSG'S reviewing officer was MaJ.J r Ir. M, .
Saturday before Apollo 15's lift- and Drill Team Color Guard Gen.David Jones,Commander of 1/1.
helped spectators Air Force Eastern Test Range.
forget about the
off.Although
hampered by a treat to watch the weather. It was a General Jones and his family
downfall of rain that delayed the and twirling rifles were present, as well as colonels
parade 45 minutes, the festivities When razor-sharp salutes. from neighboring Patrick Air
got off to a good start with police approaching the Force Base.Astronauts.
sirens, squad cars ... and 'The executed reviewing the stand, the Drill Team and their wives
a I Queen Anne's salute watched and participated in the
j I parade. Guest of Honor was Capt.
J Edgar A. Mitchell of Apollo 14
fame. Capt. James A. Lovel Jr !- alcl,
could also be seen from the Y I
sidelines.

IIb.I 11a / Several beautiful girls, including : ,,',
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qf1 f Miss Titusville, Miss 'h \ "
Cocoa Beach and Barbara Jo ., 1r "
Ivey,Miss Florida I IT IA ,,' .' ,. 0"I
,were a pretty :/i.&fl" ,- ,\;_, nay.. : Att" .'oJ! '
addition to the space-age displaysand ''j'1fZ.J, ; '! : /j :.
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__..m._...._ .._.m."m._..___.... __'___ TAKE A 11 m !fj& 1 T 15' '
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J I APOLLO 14 ASTRONAUT-Capt. Edgar A.Mitchell was Guest of \\m"n\\ J./ .11"" '" ... .
Honor at the Cocoa Beach Moonwalk Parade. -
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(f''; All Military Mail- Editorial Assorted ExcusesFor



Ii Will Be Inspected

r All Occasions
* At_
! Jax-All military mail, In- authorized military postal
L eluding official mail, will now be privileges and these personnelmust 11 Jax.The response to last week's editorial In this paper on ways to
f t[ subject to inspection and presenttheir permanent ID y help personnel at NAS Jax attract members of the opposite sex was so
examination upon arrival within card at the time of mailing. Also overwhelmingly favorable that we felt it was our patriotic duty to try
f the customs territory of the parcels must bear the sender's 4R again this week to aid Navy men and women.
United States from overseas complete return address, name, Nearly two people contacted the person who wrote the editorial last
\ military post offices to prevent social security number and r H '......,.....- q week and almost one of them were in favor of it. The rest were
\ the importation of narcotics service number and the sender carrying buckets of tar and sea bags filled with feathers. .
I, through the U.S. Mail. must complete in detail a PN3 Talley The writer managed to save his life by thinking up an excuse for
This is being done in accordance customs declaration form. writing the editorial.The .
with instructions issued OutstandingWaveatNAS following are excuses that may help to save YOURS.
by the Commissioner of Customson All military post office officialsare 1. Situation: Following an all night march through The Pirates
May 3.Examinations, asked to, aid in preventing Cove you show up three hours late for work on the busiest day In
of parcels found importation of narcotics by months.
to be carrying narcotics in the making sure that their rubber Your Excuse: "I saw a billboard yesterday that said "You can sleep
t past revealed a need for increased stamps identifiying their post of- well tonight, citizens, your military Is awake." I felt I was entitled to
attention in acceptance fice leave a clear impression on Leaves NavyJax equal time.'
procedures for parcel mail, internal the parcel, by ensuring random 2. Situation: At 1631 on Friday, an SP pulls you over for driving. 85
post office postmarkingand opening for inspection of parcels mph down Yorktown on your way to a 30.day leave.
handling procedures and accepted for mailing and by -NAS Jax has lost "one of Your Excuse: "The traffic situation is terrible around this time of
control over official mail usage. posting a notice advising that all the most professional young day so I decided to get my car out of here as quickly as possible tomate
As a result of these findings all packages are subject to In- women in the Navy," accordingto room for one of mj shipmates in the line."
personal parcels will be accepted spection by postal officials and by CapL John R. Kincaid, Commanding 3. Situation: Realizing that next week is going to be a rough one
for mailing only from personnel customs officials. officer of the station.In where you work, you decide to go AWOL.
a letter to PN3 Alice L. Your Excuse: "Workers should be prepared to operate while the
Talley of the Military Personnel work force is below normal. By leaving unexpectedly, I was actually
Office on the occasion of her training them to be in a state of combat readiness at all times.
VOLKSWAGENINSURANCE Honorable Discharge, Capt. 4. Situation: After telling you for 23 straight days that you should
Kincaid said, 'As separations clean up the mess in your room, the MAA tells you he has declared
personnelman, you were faced your room "Unfit for Human Habitation".
with a tremendous increase of Your Excuse: "I am perfectly willing to sacrifice personal comfortin
workload caused by the Navy order to devote full time to the duties of my job." Note: Say "Sir"at
NOW AVAILABLE FOR ALL CARS wide reduction in force, while at least once per every three words when using the above excuses. Experience
the same time your office" staff has clearly shown that doing so greatly enhances your
AMPLE t Male driver, married, age 23, good record. was drastically reduced. chance for survival.
Complete coverage Liability: $10 $20 $5 thousands, "Your complete unselfishness, 5. Situation: While dining at a local hamburger joint, an off-duty
medical and uninsured motorists. Comprehensive, $100 dedication and professionalism chief chews you out for wearing your dungaree uniform in a public
deductible Collision and Road service. contributed directly to the place.
Abovecoverageon'69VWSECAN$161 ANNUALLY processing of hundreds of Your Excuse: "A sailor should be ready for work 24 hours a day and
Above coverage on '69 CHEVY IMPALA $185 ANNUALLY separatees in a timely manner this uniform is very well suited for it. You can never tell when an of[
resulting In.a. significant ficer's car might break down in the parking lot and you might be able
to the United
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN States monetary Government.savings to help him fix it." Note: Use at least twice the normal number of
'Sirs'with this one,then pull a wrench out of your pocket.
"Conversely
were
you 6. Situation: At 0758 you pull into one of the station parking lots.At
selected, based poise,
upon your
INC. attitude and sincerity, to 0759, after three trips around the parking lot looking for an empty
,
space, you finally spot two cars Just ahead with an eight foot gap
represent the WAVE Recruiting
Phone 781-5511 1150 Lane Avenue, So. Service at local,,high schools.*., between them. You pull In, then hear the sound of metal crunching
under your front wheels.You have run over a motor bike.
Your Excuse: None necessary -you might even be voted Sailor of
.. .., .,... .,, .
.,:,.;"" > ?; "" 'I," '(" 7',i,. the Month for performing an extremely.vital public service.
r Should any emergency confront you that cannot be remedied by one
The PIRATES of the above excuses, contact us ASAP through a typed letter ((56
/ T/ carbon copies also) and we will send you a personally autographed
I I solution at our earliest convenience probably some time in late FY
74.

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.1 Marines Get iStep, at Moonwalk Parade 1

-
Jax -The MATSG Color Guard '
Marines.
and Drill Team helped launch the to the visiting dignitaries. The
Despite cloudy and threatening senior reviewing officer was
Cocoa Beach 'Moonwalk Parade'Saturday Maj.j
skies
before MA TSG'S Color Guard Gen David Jones,Commander of r
Apollo 15's lift-
and
Drill
Team helped
spectators Air Force Eastern Test Range.
off.Although forget about the weather. It was a General Jones and his family r
hampered by a treat to watch the twirling rifles i 11 1 '
downfall of rain that delayed the and were present, as well as colonels s
'
razor-sharp salutes.
from neighboring Patrick Air r EMf
parade 45 minutes, the festivitiesgot
When
approaching t .
the Force Base.Astronauts
off to
a good start with police
reviewing stand, the Drill Team
and their wives
sirens, squad cars ... and 'The executed the Queen Anne's salute watched and participated in the

....- __L parade. Guest of Honor was Capt. F4 I
i Edgar A. Mitchell of Apollo 14 \!:> .
fame. Capt. James A. Lovel Jr. 'h:,,'
could also be seen from the i. '''\ .;i., ,
sidelines.
play,
Several beautiful girls, including
Miss Titusville, Miss
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Cocoa Beach and Barbara Jo 1l
.
Ivey, Miss Florida,were a pretty y a, 1. r 4
addition to the space-age displaysand ;
'
fA 1 MI1Ct'Fl1 '',II!1til'1til'I I marching units.
MATSG's Color Guard and
Drill Team again showed the MARINES MARCH The MATSG Color Guard and Drill Team
public that servicemen entertained the spectators who lined Main Street during the parade. ....
everywhere are ready to help and -
participate.That they can indeed Isn
get the ball rolling!


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TAKE A .
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APOLLO 14 ASTRONAUT- A. all II' ..
Capt. Edgar Mitchell was Guest of
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Honor at the Cocoa Beach Moonwalk Parade .
REDCROSS
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program. It will develop a plan 1971, waves to the crowd at the Corner Park & Blanding
for Navywide collection of en- Moonwalk Festival. PH. 389- 9490
vironmental data identify Navy-
generated environmental
pollutantsand define
measurement and monitoring
techiques to be used.
The Environmental Protection .
Systems Division, the other Something new is cooking
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When on our day of life,the night is falling,
, And darkness dissects, with her keenest knife, .
NAS Cecil ... The U. S. 4 : \ $ While the soul flee's down paths unknown, ','::k ) .
Department of Agriculture has Could we retrace the circuit of our life. W,'.
recently announced that Hormel r' : o Would we change the common stroke of fate, \'!

& Company is voluntarily ; To in turn, possess the reins of power, -f,.. '
recalling all Hormel Dllusso Just to rule supreme the wheeling universe, i"Y" ( .., (
Salami in the four ounce flexible While banner the hour. '
vaccumm packed containers. folly's glaring gropes .":;''\t} ,
Hormel's recall has resulted Would we mingle In friendship,or In soli tide groan, k\\ ,, ,'
from the finding of Through the inner circles of fashions gaudy world. '{ ;
staphylococcus toxins in some While alloted the hours of daily passions swell, ;
samples. And on the gale its mournful cadence is ever hurled. t',;
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AU Navy activities will im- .
mediately remove from sale all Would we guard in silence, with sleepess eye, .
Hormel Genua salami and hold it The treasures of tradition,Inspired by words of truth, Ii'
pending disposition instructions. While fraternal smiles, fade like vapored air,
Although Hormel & Company 56 And promises made,are broken by our failing youth. A j, '

Genua salami is not normally .
carried in the supply system for Would we with stronger impluse, gyrate the universe,
general mess use, activities may To let loose all knowledge,beyond the common claim, ....
have locally procured this While earthly wealth and titles, leave their mark, '

product as a speciality item. If Would rank secure for Its owner,A heroic fame. ,.:.
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any stocks: are held by general .
r messes, contact procurementoffice Would we to death deny a monumental stone, ,'
to negotiate refund or Or perhaps, leave blank the epitaph of man, .
survey if considered more Would we scheme beyond the fleeting soul,
economical. LCdr. Lynch Wins At DaytonaLCdr. To divert and wreck its celestial plan. If: '

Would our deeds, enhance this youthful race, \
J. Lynch, standing by his Porch f 11 which won the Daytona
Who tread our steps and observe in silent awe,
last holds his Mr. who Is also
Race
Sunday trophy. Lynch
Regional
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HONDA Would they seek abroad, things denied at home, ,.
a pilot,has been racing(cars,that is) sine last Novtmbtr. Ht took 1st ,
Perhaps, a love-a world-a paradise without a flaw. ;, i
place In the A, B, and C Sedan Class In the car that Ptttr Gregg
MOTORS& CYCLES CO. formally used for National Champ at Daytona Bach In "". : .
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we .
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Or from genius,a more superior mind, l.
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Would time at length-mature a budding year, ., ','

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NOW THRU SATURDAY, AUGUST 7 Would simple thanks, repay for such a deed, ,J."
And then,remain formost In the ranks of wrath.


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No severthe strength of our human will,
For candid and libral is the heart of man,
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    Almost 3 a., beautifully wooded. 2 65CORVAIRMONZAFour
    United Service. 2250 Emerson
    Conley BR, 2 B. Screened 2 .carburetor
    spac. porch on engine, new paint
    ,
    Street Jacksonville 32207 3962792.
    sldes$35,500. Campbell Realty of Jax, lob, good running condition. $44500
    Inc. 398.0851. Call 771.0350.
    JANITORS-PART TIME 100 %
    5:00.11:00: : on NAS Jax. '$1.85 hr. 387. 67 CORTINA GT
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    Furn. 4 rm & Carport Young married 64 IMPALA And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all

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    Ext. 2431 or 387.5622 ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
    ORANGE PARK WE FINANCEFOR ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM+ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
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    1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth
    Pick up & Delivery Available. Apts., 771.1405 or 771.3355.JUSTISSTRAILER SALE 70 VW Sedan $1995
    Grooming, Deflealng, & Bathing.
    Mastercharge &. BankAmerlcard 1965 Chev. S. Sport. Hard-Top New Speed Transmission, Radio and Heater, Air conditioned.
    Visitors welcome. 5085 Paint Job, New brakes, New Shocks,

    accepted.Edgewood Crt. 389.0064. :,J\ fMOBILE. .}HOMEl! )i t! Stabllzer Upper& Lower, New Ball Plugs Joints, ,Points New Front, S 69 VW Sedan $1795Air

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    Consoles some with AM.FM, tape TIE DOWN
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    ,
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    At dealers cost to liquidate
    players. Mallory Ignition, dual exhaust,
    stock. Full warranty I Phone 7710409.AIRCONDITIONINGSERVICE 7186. .
    overhead cam, AT, 781 2324.
    66 VW Sedan $1295

    FINANCING Beige, Speed, Air Conditioned Radio and Heater.
    Auto AC, Room units, Central Units. No money down on New Star Mobile ENGLISH FORD
    Home. Ask for Ted or Bob. Heater $470
    speed
    Repairs. Reasonable.
    66 VW Sedan $1195
    Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. B 8. J Mobile Home ASTRO MOTORS

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    2.69 Karmann Ghia $1795

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    Wilford's Fish Camp. 2649707.

    BABYSITTING NOW OPENNEW 3.69 VW Fastbacks $1595Choice

    772- of colors, R & H
    Riding Lessons, Horses boarded.
    8862.
    __ 69 VW Fastback $1850Auto

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    Curbs, Sidewalk and driveways. We trans, Air conditioned, R & H .

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    I 11 j. American Red Cross Provides Aid in Every Disaster

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    : Washington When a disaster results, the ARC started the and slow progress being made the century, the method of expending Consider these historical events:
    r occurs, servicemen and their massive 'Write Hanoi campaign now and plans to continue being funds with little audit Before there was any Red
    families can be sure to receive which is still In progress. Initial such a watchful eye. accountability was debated in the Cross society In any nation,
    help from the dedicated volunteers response from the public was The American Red Crosi alto national press and on the floor of America's Clara Barton, the
    of the American Red Cross. astounding. National Red Cross hat a day-to-day relationship Congress. The antagonists were 'angel of the bettlefleld,' was
    The American Red Cross is the Headquarters In Washington, with the Armed Forces. A two of the ARC leaders. doing the essential Red Cross job
    medium of voluntary relief and D.C., alone received more than general catalogue of Its services for the Union forces during the
    communication between the 165,000 letters by May 1970. This include such activities as: Popularity Poll Civil War and even for the
    American people and their does not include letters sent to Providing blood and blood Confederate forces to a lesser
    Armed Forces. It is also a systemof local ARC chapters or those products to many military More recently, shortly after extent.
    national and international mailed directly to Hanoi or Paris. personnel, their dependents, World War II, the Red Cross About the same time, Swiss
    relief and lessens the suffering At the same time, other Veterans Administration and found its popularity had dropped businessman Henri Dunant, in
    caused by disasters.For patriotic organizations and civilian hospitals. almost out of sight A Gallup poll reaction to the carnage of the
    example, the AmericanRed private citizens joined in, con- -Counseling on personal and revealed in 1944 that 60 percent of battle of Solferino In northern
    Cross (ARC) is the official ducting their own 'Write Hanoi' family problems. all Americans named it their Italy, became the godfather of
    approach through the International campaigns. There is no way to Transmitting Information most popular charitable the Red Cross ideal, which was
    Committee of the Red estimate the total number of between members of the Armed organization.When rendered Into treaty and flag at
    Cross at Geneva, Switzerland, for letters the North Vietnamese Forces and their families when the Gallup organizationasked Geneva In the late summer of
    the United States government to received, but t think how crowded normal communication is not the same question in 1947,
    inquire about the treatment of their post office must have been. available and in emergency only 21 percent selected the ARC. 1864.Red Cross relief and battlefield .
    our men held captive by North Since this drive, there has beenan situations. The chief gripe seemed to be efforts worked so well
    Vietnam. easing of prisoners mail and Providing information needed the fact that in some overseas during the Franco Prussian War
    POWs In Vietnam food parcel restrictions. The affecting morale and welfare of billets servicemen had to pay for of 1870 that It was said not a man
    volume of mail that American military personnel and providingthe meals and billets. The ser could lie uncared for or unfed on
    v On behalf of our prisoners of families received from known facts to verify granting of vicemen felt the American people the field of battle.
    war (POWs) In Vietnam the POWs jumped from 620 letters in emergency leave..Furnllhlng had donated the monies and they Clara Barton, back from
    thrust of the ARC'S effort has January 1969 to 2,700 in Information to should have such services free of service with the Red Cross duringthe
    centered on finding some way to November 1970.Prisoners. military personnel and their charge. Franco Prussian conflict,
    induce North Vietnam to honor Revealed dependents about all government The ARC was completelyaware founded the American Red Cross
    the Geneva Conventions and benefits available Federal, of this attitude, however, in 1881 and was chiefly instrumental
    provide American POWs humane The number of POWs identified State and local..Referrlng they couldn't do anything aboutit. In persuading the
    treatment. tripled. Hanoi started to allow a military personnel The Secretary of War had U.S. government to sign the
    North Vietnam's uncompromising shipment of a food parcel to and their families to social ordered the ARC to make Geneva Conventions In 1882.
    claim is that the identified prisoners every second agencies which offer specialized nominal charges. The reason was The American Red Cross first
    Americans they hold are 'war month in February 1970. assistance such as legal affairs, to equalize the vast discrepancy went to war with American forcesin
    criminals' and therefore not Humane treatment under the medical or phychlatric care, between the better paid Cuba and Puerto Rico in 1898.
    eligible for protection under the watchful eye of the Red Cross or employment and child welfare American serviceman and his The ARC came of age in World
    conventions. some other impartial services. lower paid wartime allies. War I with over 10,000
    When countless cables and organization is included in the Providing money loans or The Red Cross weighs its ac professionals and hundreds of
    letters to the National Liberation full application to the Geneve outright grants to military tivities In terms of Individuals volunteers for every paid worker
    Front and North Vietnamese Conventions. The ARC is not personnel on emergency leave served, never as a numbers performing morale and welfare
    representatives failed to produce satisfied with the meager results that requires their presence at game; however, facts and figures services not only for the sick and
    home. compiled by the ARC In Its last wounded but also for the able
    Making loans to military report have a way of speaking for bodied.
    ANKAMEftlCARDAMERICAN EXPRESSSSTANDARD dependents when allotment themselves.The .
    MASTERCHARGE Credit Cards Honored checks are lost or late. ARC spent $56,754,145 for
    Offering patients in military services to members of the Ar
    MAll hospitals wide range services med Forces, veterans and their
    IOOSIVil1 Including medically approved families last year. At military
    recreation programs, and installations and medical
    assistance to patients unable to facilities, casework services
    help themselves from letter were provided to 121,500 men
    car wash writing" running errands and each month.In > Complete Line of
    mustering medical volunteers. local chapters, 2,708,500 > PARTS & SUPPLIES
    While these services cover a services were given to families of 7
    special Service Discount
    MONDAY THRU SATURDAY broad spectrum, there are many servicemen. Loans and grants / s
    things the Red Cross cannot do. totaling $13.353,500 were made to 7 mP rkAvt.Ph.J44-3204 <
    HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30 PMA The Red Cross cannot commit servicemen, veterans and their 2 ORANGE PARK S
    funds for repaying debts, startinga families. About 1,095,000
    business, paying a fine, posting emergency messages were
    bail, paying legal counsel, or flashed to and from overseas
    MESSAGE FROM supplementing military pay to posts.
    T'i BE PREPARED!... meet a desired standard of living. The Red Cross job is big and it
    These restrictions do not imply requires an army of workers.
    no obligation. that the Red Cross doesn't con Some 2,310,000 unpaid workers Rain or
    sider these problems. of them military personneland
    "j Call 396.5385 or 724.6979 many Shine ,/.
    Instead, the ARC can counsel dependents make up the
    Ask for,JOE BRACEWELL military families and refer themto bulk of the force.A cadre of 14,059
    tr ...Fora better understanding other social organizationsbetter career staff members fill it out,
    3' of your SOCIAL SECURITYand equipped to do that particular giving day-to-day continuity.Also .
    VETERAN BENEFITSalso job. apparent is the global
    LIFE INSURANCE The fact that the ARC does not nature of the ARC. Every major
    usually attack social problems, military installation has its field
    JOE BRACSCWSOJ.: GULF LIFE although the organization is director and staff. The historic
    MAJOR USAF. RETIRED INSURANCE COMPANY becoming more and more in- link between the ARC and the S Ir'POST
    volved in our nation's pressing Armed Forces is further amplified
    social needsi I may well be by the fact that three
    responsible for much of the famous military leaders have
    criticism that comes its way. But headed up the organization at one EVERY
    DO YOU KNOW ? the Red Cross has never believedfor time or another .. General Action! THURS.
    an instant that it is an George Marshall, Alfred Action! FRI.SAT..
    .II/NMNNMMMM iL r. 1111111I- organization of absolute virtue Gruenther and James Collins. .
    and perfect service to humanity.
    : 71 GREMLINThe Indeed, the ARC is a slice of Wartime Ideal
    society, often quarrels with itself QUARTERHORSE
    about goals and the best means to Actually the Red Cross ideal in

    FUN CAR. :.. achieve them. Around the turn of all nations was forged by war.

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    I \\Jax R eenlisiment Corn; r I Overseas House Items 'I

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    Jax-Nine reenhstmenU 1 Checked for RadiationWASHINGTONA .
    have ------ --
    been reported here recently. law which fective
    w They areTDCS : mid-January 1970. Other
    makes it mandatory for electronic products for which standards

    x Richard H. Troup, of devices purchased over either have been issued or are
    FAETULANT Det. Jax. He seas to meet U.S. standards of being developed include
    reenlisted for the fourth time for 24 radiation emission may hold up microwave ovens, x-ray
    two years.A your household goods. equipment, lasers, and cold-

    WC Raymond The Department of Health, cathode demonstration tubes.If .
    s of FAETULANT D. Sturch,also Education and Welfare pointed you are planning to purchasea
    He
    two during his third reenhstment.shipped for "...,.... out recently that an electronic television set or a mocrowaveoven
    ,;. product imported for sale or use which has been manufac-
    -AE1 Dale Griffith and AMS 1 .,, ".. in the United States for which tured in a foreign country, make
    Wendell G. King, both of VP-5, there is a radiation performance sure that an appropriate
    added four years to their Navy standard must bear a cer- declaration is attached to the set.
    careers. tification label. The label must Most of the manufactureres from
    I AMS 1 King .AT2 Larry S. Berryman of -- state that the product meets the overseas who sell in American
    AOMD received $9,675 when he ATI fUrrvminSSflt. standards set by HEW.If market are aware of this
    signed up for five more years. requirement. But, it is up to you,
    -AE2 Randall M. Hanoy of VP-5 such a label is not attached to the buyer, to make certain that
    a television set, for instance the
    %,t received orders to 'B' School and your set or oven has such a label.
    Fw $6,400 when he signed up for four 6 when item may be household held up by Customs Questions concerning the
    more. your goods are standards required for electronic
    returned to the
    -Sgt. David B. Posner, an in- States. ,devices may be addressed to:
    structor at AE School, reenlisted HEW authorities pointed out, Bureau of Radiological Health,
    for instance that
    the
    for three years at MATSG. formance standards, per- Division of Electronic Products, .
    -Sgt. Dennis G. Romine of the televsion receivers covering 12720 Twinbrook Parkway, Rockville '
    I MATSG Personnel Section became ef Md. 20852.

    : r shipped over for four years. .
    -ASH3 Rick McDonald was
    awarded an $8,000 VRB and 'C' NOW..YOU
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    I Security of Your FinancesWASHINGTON _


    With only 14 more payments on the sports car, and three _

    more for the apartments' furniture, you suddenly find yourself wearing a 'N
    .w 1 f' jf
    military uniform. A

    And, in spite of the pay raises While the Civil Relief Act does to return the money paid in on it. ..
    both on the books or proposed, not cancel the financial A court may even order a .h ..
    your income is going to be much obligations of a serviceman, the suspension of legal action until
    lower than it was when you tookon Act does place the courts in the the serviceman returns to
    the task of serving your middle of any dispute about the civilian life and is able to meet ",
    country for two or more years. meeting of payments for the payments on his debt. I
    Meeting those payments for the obligations made before entering INTEREST RATES. In some
    car and the furniture may be active duty. court actions you,may ask for a r.
    hard to do, but way back in 1940 MANY ROUTES TO TAKE.By delay in the proceedings until a ''. ),, .
    the Congress recognized that listening to both sides of a later date, and in cases where ..
    problem and passed the Soldiers'and dispute, a court may decide on certain actions must be taken --- --- ---
    Sailor's Civil Relief Act. In one of many different routes. It within a time period-the statue of DRILL TEAM MEMBERS HONORED- Four MATSG Drill Team
    1971, even though the Act has may, for instance,order reduced limitations-your period of active members received Meritorious Masts Thursday from Mal.| John C.
    been on the books for many payments on a loan which the duty will not be counted when the Wears, MATSTG executive officer, for their work on the Drill Team
    years, many loon.t-be. serviceman made before en- maximum time is figured while maintaining satisfactory averages In AE School. The four lance
    t servicemen are unaware of its tering active duty.Or, in the case TAXES MUST BE PAID.While corporals are (from lelth) Larry D. Bobbit, Robert W. King, RonaldJ.
    .,. provisions and how they protect of a piece of property, a court the Act protects a serviceman in Maron and Ross W. Johnson.
    c a member of the military and his may order the serviceman to the matter of taxes, it still

    dependents. return the property d.._.and._._..the___seller...... requires him to pay them. Ens. Zumwalt Joins Marines
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    ft!'!';'!:;''!''''''''! However, a State where you
    are stationed because of military
    E pRl CES TO A duty may not collect taxes on WASHING--The son of the Bachelor Officers Quarters door
    HOLE Sp your militiary pay or personal Chief of Naval Operations has after the son has been stolen.
    property. That right is held only transferred from the Navy to the
    by your home State. You may, if Marine Corps. Ensign Zumwalt, 23, now
    NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCESNEW you can show that your ability to Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr., Second Lieutenant Zumwalt,
    & USED TV SETS pay has been materially affected, said that he is 'delighted that his requested the transfer because of
    NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES hold off paying Federal, State, or son, Ensign James G. Zumwalt, his desire to serve as a troop
    NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERSAIR local taxes until you are was accepted by the Marines. He leader,a chance not afforded him
    CONDITIONERS separated from active duty. quipped that this may come in the Navy because of his color
    Mrs.9 a.m. 7p.m. Come In& Browse Before you make this decision, under the heading of locking the blindness.
    talk it over with a member of
    WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO. your legal assistance office.

    5376 WESCONNEfT at 103rd mono And, even if you decide to pay
    vwy'\-x* : w later, the Act covers only
    military pay. If you work part-
    23 Years In Business time,your pay for that job will be
    taxed by the State in which the
    money was earned.

    There are other valuable
    EXCEPTIONAL AUTO BUYS) provisions of the Civil Relief Act. JACKSONVILLEBASE
    NO DOWN PAYMENT* For instance, the Act permits you EXCHANGEBACKTCBEAUTVWINCFALL
    to retain automobile registration
    SPECIAUl in your home State no matter
    70 MAVERICK where you are stationed as longas
    you pay the proper fees.
    .. ... Auto trans., Air conditioned If you have financial aRedimbonus
    Low mileage Low price... \ obligations that you entered into
    $1998 before coming on active duty and {q +g 4 f
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    -The Jax Navy Fliers were defeated in their first game of the 6ND Softball Championshipsbeing
    held at Mackroth Field by Glynco Navy 3.0.
    The first inning of this game turned out to be the deciding one as Glynco scored all three of their
    runs in the bottom half of the inning and both pitchers went on to pitch shutout ball the rest.of the
    4 game.The winning pitcher was John Gilbert and the losing pitcher was Von McClure.
    In the other action during the first day of play in the tournament Key West (VX 1)) defeated
    Orlando 2-1 with Lee Hundley getting the win and Bob Whitman was tagged with the loss. Charleston
    Naval Station defeated NCTC Pensacola 5.0 as James Higgins drove in all of Charleston's runs with
    three hits.

    "' ". ,",'f': .' In a see saw battle that saw the lead change several times Key West Naval Base knocked off
    ;(< -- ._- v -- ,.'. Mayport 8.7 with two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning. Sammy Taamilo hit a homerun withno

    Members of the NCTC Pensacola Softball team supervise Frank one aboard for Mayport. ...
    I McCaffrey athletic director at NAS,as he cuts the cake made for the In the last two games of the day,Memphis downed NABTC Pensacola 4 -I and Cecil Field crushed
    6ND Softball Championships at a banquet held for all the participatingteams NAS Meridian 14-0 as Johnny Johnson pitched a one hitter and struckout 12 for Cecil.
    last Sunday night. There will be three games played today at 5,7,and 0 p.m. and two games tomorrow at 3 and 8 p.m.
    with the championship game to be held on Saturday at 9:30: a.m. If an extra game is needed to decide ,.
    t3 ilei i ir the winnerit will be held Saturday at 11:30: a.m.

    IA..QZI New Dress Code Interpreted


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    GOLF Jax-ComNavAirLant Is giving relaxation of discipline or of the Naval l Station and base
    1. Where will the 7ht United its full support to an Interpretation clean and neat appearance and facilities as well as off base in
    States Open Golf Tourna- by one senior Navy that he does not want the dirty uniforms or with shabby
    ment be held this year? officer of the current standards majority to have to give up s privileges personal grooming.The .
    2. Who won last year's Na- of uniforms and appearance In because of a few selfish interpretation concludesby

    tional Open? the Navy according to a recent and inconsiderate Individuals.The saying: 'We have been afforded
    3. What famous golfer has
    ? Admin ComNavAirLantmessage. fact that a small per- an unusual opportunity to
    never won an Open
    Take stock in AmericaBuy 4. Another famous pro has centage of individuals are relax or eliminate unrealistic and
    u.s. Savings Bonds never won the PGA. Whatis The interpretation by the officer violating the privilege of wearingthe restrictive requirements. To fail
    his name? states that the Chief of dungaree uniform while in to insist that everyone do his

    .. . 5. Who was the leading money Naval Operations revised travel between duty station and share to maintain the per
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    on
    standards of dress and groomingfor residence by making stops for sonalized standards of ap-
    year? Naval personnel to keep up reasons other than personal pearance is contrary to the
    6. This man left the Army after with the current trends and to necessity is mentioned in the confidence expressed by the CNO
    14 to try his luckon
    c5JlLOuan the years pro tour. A year remove restrictive or unrealistic interpretation. It also says that and the Fleet Commander in our
    later he won the 1969 Na- requirements. It further states there have been reports of per- maturity and sense of respon-
    tional Open. His name? that the CNO did not intend a sonnel who continue to appear at sibility'.
    7. This old timer now in
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    1 \(19l'l a'l record for most tourna-
    ments won during his career S'S
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    "'t' :, representing ComFairJax this
    .v...... week in Norfolk, Va. at the Jax--An organizationalmeeting
    t CincLantFleet Championships. for the Fall IntramuralGolf
    ..- Play started August 3 and will League will be held Wed
    : end August 6.Representing. nesday August 11 at 9:30: a.m All
    6 ComFairJax are team representatives are askedto

    6i Lt Robert A, Sorenson of VA-45, attend.

    i ADJ2 James Beasley of VA-45, Football Cowling
    f r ADR2 George W. Branson of VW-
    I 4 and ATR2 Bryan White VW-4.. Jax-Intramural Touch FIRST PLACE WINNERSMATSG's Rifle Team presents Lt. Col
    I Football teams and Intramural Lee E. Blanchard,MATS6 CO,with the First Place Team Trophy won
    Pre-SWirn Lessons Bowling teams for the Fall at the 'Gateway 500' High Power Rifle Match last month at Camp

    .1 Jax-The fifth session of season are reminded to get their Blanding. Team members present Monday's ceremony are: (from
    i pre- left) Parris D. Floyd W. Alford (team .
    Anne Baxter was rated ". lure beginner swimming lessons will rosters in as soon as possible to : Sgt. Curry GySgt. captain),
    .. k bet for stardom" back In 1943 be held 10-21( at be eligible for upcoming league Capt.John H. Bower (team OTC) and MSgt. Robert D. Pumphrey. Not
    August 8:15,9:45
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    i,t and 11:15.: There are a limited
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    number of openings for three
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    : Auto Tags classes will be held at Special ComFairJax Softball 6-hour

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