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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I Navy To Begin Annual Fund CampaignJax I



The 1971-72 Combined ported by the Combined Federal and eight National Health Services, Legal Aid Association, American Heart Association,
Federal Campaign will get un- Campaign; and Col. C.A. Agencies. Mental Health Association Muscular Dystrophy
derway here Monday,September Thompson, USAF (Ret) field United Fund agencies supported Multiple Sclerosis Society Pine Associations of America, the
13, with a kick off rally at 10 representative for the International by the campaign are: Castle Inc., Salvation Army. National Association for
a.m. in NATTC's King Hall. Service Agencies. American Red Cross, American
Speech and Hearing Center, Retarded Children, the National
Capt. John R. Kincaid, station Participating ,in the rally will Social Health Association, Arthritis Travelers Aid Society United Cystic Fibrosis Research
commanding officer, will be coordinators, chairmen and Foundation, Boy Scouts, Cerebral Palsy, United Fund, Foundation and the National
moderate the rally, which will keymen of the station and its Boys' Club, Camp Fire Girls, USO, Visiting( Nurse Association, Foundation March of Dimes.
include talks by RAdm. tenant commands.This Catholic Charities Bureau, Child Volunteers of America, YMCA
Lawrence R. Geis, commander year's campaign will run Guidance Clinic, Children's and YWCA. Capt. Richard O'Loughlin, NAS
Fleet Air Jacksonville and co through October 22 and the goal Home Society, Children's The International Service Jacksonville's Supply Officer, is
chairman for the Federal for the Navy in the greater Museum, Clara White Mission, Agencies are the American the chairman for the Navy -
Campaign In Duval County; and Jacksonville area has been set at Council on Social Work Korean Foundation, Project Duval Steering Committee
Ed Nelson, campaign chairmanfor $220,000. Last year, the Navy Education, Day Nursery and Hope, CARE and Planned Coordinating Group for the
the Duval County United donated $281,000, exceeding their Kindergarten Association, Parenthood World Population.The Combined Federal Campaign.
Fund Drivel goal by $73,000. Episcopal Child Day Care National Health Agenciesare
Also cnheduled to speak are The Combined Federal Centers, Family Consultation : The National Society for Kick off rallies will also be
Charles Turner, local vice Campaign is an annual federal Service,Girl Scouts and Goodwill Crippled Children and Adults, the held Tuesday at the station
president of the American charity drive to support 33 Industries. National Society for the theaters at Cecil Field at 9:30:
Cancer Society one of the agencies of the United Fund, four Also, the Urban League, Prevention of Blindness, the a.m. and at Mayport Naval
National Health Agencies sup- International Service Agencies Jewish Family and Children's American Cancer Society, the Station at 11 a.m.

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&Ak A Those Who CaredBy



s JOSN Richard Beck

Vol. 29 No. 25 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station,JacksonvIHe, Florida. Sept. 10,. 1971 Jax-Labor Day proved to be much more than just a day off
for me. It was a truly rewarding emotional experience.This .
,it the way it happened
I turned on the TV 'In my room 'In the morning' without realty
WAVE Scholar Profits caring' what would appear on the tube, and tat down. What
appeared was the Jerry Lewis Telethon to raise money for
children stricken with musucular dystrophy.
'Children Is emphasized since' a child with' MD seldom lives
From Off-Duty StudiesJaxIf past the stage of childhood.
Watching a man of Jerry Lewis'' wealth and prestige exhaust
himself for more than 20 hours to raise money to find a cure for
this killer Is an experience that anyone who watched the
you think a career in the Navy jeopardizes an education, hear the storyof Telethon will not soon forget.As .
Wave CWO Ortha I. Columb, Forecast Duty Officer, at the Fleet Weather 'Impressive as the nationally broadcast part of the Telethonwas
the broadcasts each hour from the local collecting center inJacksonville
Facilitv. ______ ____ _____.
were even more gratifying.
CWO Columb reached a major After a brief tour of duty at remains the only one in the Navy. Pledges from all three Navy activities in the area came 'in
milestone in her education NAS Moffett Field came another CWO Columb reported aboard during the day and night.' Seven Navy dependent children here
August 22 when she received a educational step. .a six month NAS Jax in October 1968 and soon at NAS Jax decided, after watching part of the Telethon, to do
Bachelor of Science degree in course at AG "B" School. began attending classes at their' part to help other children.
Mathematics from Jacksonville With only 71% years in the Jacksonville University, Now, Mickey Schulman, Karen and Michael Denny; Tamra, Janice
University. Her achievement Navy, she was promoted to Chiefat she has the long-sought Bachelorof and Kristina Dullakas, called on service families and collected
. marks eight years of study at Pensacola. Then, in the Science degree, but her $41.00.
seven different colleges. summer of 1963, she began education still isn't over. The pledges may have been small'In the strict terms of dollars
Navy schools, as well as working for her cdlege degree She plans to enter Graduate and cents, but the pledge was probably all each Navyman and
civilian ones, have also played a through part- time study. Duringa School, and then hopes to moveon family could afford. Their dollar or two meant Just as much as
major role in Warrant Officer tour year stay at NTC San to Post Graduate study in the thousands donated by the huge corporations, maybe even
Columb's Navy career. She Diego she found the time to at- Monterey, California. more.
joined in 1954 and went to the tend Mesa Junior College four One of the people who gave their time to take pledges over the
Aviation Preparatory School nights a week* phones at the TV studio wore the uniform of a Seaman Ap-
here following recruit training. In the winter of 1963 she What's Inside prentice.As .
Next came Aerographer'sMate became the first Wave Jerry said near the end of the Telethon, 'in a time when all
"A" School. aerographer's Chief to attend the we seem to hear is talk about the divisions in our society it's
She reported to NAS Quonset University of Miami for a one. CIVILIAN NEWS Page gratifying' to know that Americans rich and poor, young and
Point as an airman aerographerin month course in meteorologicalradar. old, weak and strong-still will stop to help their fellow man.
July 1955. Less than three CLUB SCHEDULES Page 2
years later, she was wearing the In 1968, she was promoted to The seven children who collected here at NAS Jax wanted u>
crow of a First Class Aerographer Warrant Officer, MENU Page 2 to say 'Thanhs for caring and helping.' '
Aerographer's Mate. In 1958 she becoming the first female Aero I feel the same way but their action' says much more than
reenlisted as a "slick arm" for Warrant Officer in the SPORTS Pages 18,19 words.
six yean. meterolO TRAVEL HINTS Page 12 National Chairman, Muscular Dystrophy Association, New
t;i" York.
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J. .. J"n. Winner of Aviation Safety Awards

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Forces Atlantic Fleet has Navy-wide major accident management and

j1 ( recently won the Chief of rate goal of 1.0. professionalism at its
Naval Operations best.' he said.'I .
ReadinessThroughSafetyTrophy The commanderVAdm.

for Fiscal Year Townsend attributed this greatly admire the
achievement to their efforts of the entire
1971.VAdm.. Robert L. dynamic and effective NavAirLant team in '

Townsend the safety program. winning this recognition.The .
NavAirLant commander, NavAirLant reduced its competition was tough
J sent his congratulations to major accident rate 42.7 and the large reduction in
hl' the aviation personnel percent below last year's mishaps and loss of life

throughout his commandfor record. 'This significant from the previous year

winning the coveted contribution to readiness was the primary measure '
WAVE SCHOLAR Attired In traditional cap and gown, CWO Ortha
Columb is congratulated by her commanding officer, Capt. L. J. award and becoming the through very superior of success and remains the 'j
Underwood, after she received her Bachelor of Science degree from first major fleet air force utilization and con- primary record.' 'I'I'j
Jacksonville University.

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"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 I

Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised."
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TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY

ACTIVITY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY September 14 September lS September 16

September September 11 September 12 September 13 -


Ronnie Jon Jon
Jon Jon Ronnie and Phil Cay and the and the
Pirates and the and the and the The and the Australian Australian

Australian Australian Soul Soul Chancels Vamps Vamps

Cove Vamps Vamps Society Society

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A ce1Juce'J of Soul The Jimmy Pork Braised String and
Cr..tmen Strickland Cutlet Short Ribs Dusters Steak
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CPO Happy Hour Poor Man's Happy Hour The
Steak
Jimmy Whatevers 4:30.6:30: : 4:30.6:30: : Spring,
Strickland Danny High Night
Club Fair p.m. pm Ousters
and the 6.9 p.m.
Shamrocks $2.00




Seafood Bloody
Officers Lunch Buffet The Marys 35 cents Package Store Italian Steak Beefeaters
Night
Happy Hour Four 11 a.m. Night Night

Clu b 4:30.6:30: Clubs 4'30pm: : Club Open Closed 6:30.9: p.m. 6'309pm: 6:30.9: p.m.

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CLUB HOURS


Pirates CPO Officers Acey.Ducey Support

Cove Club Club Club JtBJlr

Monday thru Thur

11 am 10 Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday Your;
11 '.m. 10 Midnight Sunday 11 10 1
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a.m. .
Friday Breakfast- Nattc personnel will be served from )::50! 6:30: a.m. NAS and all
11 a.m 10 2 I.m. 1I..m..11 p.m. other tenant commands after 6:30.:
Friday & Saturday Tutl..Thurs. Sunday Lunch Nattc personnel served from 11 to 12a.m.1 NAS and other commands
Saturday 11 '.m. 10 1 '.m. 1I..m..Up.m. Noon 10 Midnight after 12.DinnerAil.
9 '.m. 10 2 '.m. Frl.S.1 personnel served from 4 to 6:1: p.m.
Sunday Ih.m..I..m. Monday thru Thur Club

9 '.m. to Midnight 11 am to Midnight

Friday September 10 Tuesday,September 14
BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried
Teen Club s Eggs to Order, Scrambled Eggs with Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beef
,HappeningsThere Ham, Choice of Luncehon Meat, Pork on Tpast, Baked ,Pork and Beans,
Sausage, Home Fried Potatoes, Choice of Luncheon Meat, or Pork
will be a record hop tomorrow evening from 8 to 11:30: p.m. Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted Cake Sausage, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.DINNER..Mlnestrone .
Pool, ping pong and refreshments will be available. Plan to attend. i rnijWmw Doughnuts. Soup,
Round ,
DIN N E -Manhattan Clam Steamship of Beef Natural
Dance to the music of 'Mad Dog' Friday, Sept 17 from 8 to 11:30: Chowder Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Okra &
p.m.Admission will be$1.25 for members and$1.75 for guests. French Fried Potatoes Butter Cream Tomato Juice, Buttered While Kernel
The new Teen Club will be located in building 537. A tentative Styled Corn, Buttered June Peas, Corn, Yellow Pound Cake.
Yellow Cake with Chocolate Icing. SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Cheeseor
opening date of Nov. 13 is planned. SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Cheeseor Grilled Hamburgers.SUPPER..Simmered.

Grilled Hamburgers. Corn Beef,
NAS Hospital Initiates SUPPER-Baked Beef & Noodles, Swedish Meat Balls, O'Brien
Fried FlounderTartar Sauce, Parsley Potatoes, Buttered Squash, Seasoned
PROTESTANT Buttered Potatoes, Polonaise Snap Beans, Yellow! Pound Cake.

Family Practice PlanJax NAVAL AIR STATION Yellow Cauliflower Cake, Seasoned with Chocolate Green Icing.Beans,


The Naval Hospital here The Family Practice Clinic SUNDAY Saturday,September 11
has been selected to participatein meets twice weekly, Wednesday Church School all ages) 9:30: BREAKFAST-Homlny Grits, Fried Wednesday, September 15
at Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes, BREAKFAST-. Chilled Plums
the Family Practice Plan. afternoons and Saturday mornings a.m. Chapel Annex. Divine
with Maple Syrup, Choice
of Bacon or Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled French
In the Family Practice Plan Worship 10:30: at All Saints' Ham,
by appointments. Hash Browned Potatoes, Toast with Maple Syrup, Choice of
one physician will treat each Chapel. Minced Beef, Iced Coffee Rings. Ham or Bacon, Hash Browned
member of a family upon each Interested personnel may Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Potatoes, Minced Beef, Pecan Rolls.
visit to the Hospital. This plan obtain appointments for their High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An Breakfast,French Meat or Grilled Frankfurters DINNER..Chlcken Gumbo Soup,
Fried
Potatoes
Baked
excludes treatment of the active families by calling the Hospital nex. Junior and senior youth Beans, Dutch Apple Pie, Iced Coffee Hot Snowflaked Roast Turkey Potatoes,Sandwiches Cranberry

duty sponsor,who will continue to outpatient record office ((772- Fellowship-USO: p.m. at Bldg. 722. Rings. Sauce, Harvard Beets,. Seasoned
receive treatment at his military 2244)) during regular working Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at SUPPER-Chlcken Rice Soup, Succotash, Boston Cream Pie.
dispensary. hours. small Chapel. Roast Turkey Log, Snowflaked SANDWICH LiNE-Variety Meat
Potatoes,
Cream Gravy, Bread Sandwiches or Grilled Cheese.
Tuesday Dressing Cranberry Sauce, Buttered SUPPER-EI Rancho Stew, Baked
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Whole Kernel Corn, Seasoned Lima Meat Loaf, Buttered Egg Noodles
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Beans Dutch Apple Pie. Buttered Asparagus, Southern Corn

JTAX AIR NEWS Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. Sunday,September 12 Bread, Boston Cream Pie.
NAVALIIOSPITAL BREAKFAST-Chilled Figs, Chilled
Divine Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs to Order,
Worship-li a.m. at Grilled Minute Steaks, French Toast
Bldg. 500. with Maple Syrup, Choice of Luncheon
The JAX, AIR NEWS I Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Meat or Pork Sausage, Assorted Baby Gifts

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station CATHOLIC Danish BRUNCH-Freiiee Pastry
Eggs to Order,
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt. Publishing Company, a Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St Grilled Hamburger or Breakfast
Prove
private firm, All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Edward's Chapel.Sunday Mass8a.m. Meat, French Fried Potatoes Baked Deadly
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS and 11 a.m. Daily Mass. Beans, Iced Yellow Layer Cake,
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Assorted Danish Pastry.SUPPERVegetable .
Grilled
Soup
Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or Friday-li30: a.m. Wednesday Beef Steaks, Fried Onions, Franconla Jax-In a message
3119. Mass 11:30: a.m. at the Naval Potatoes Seasoned Peas, Harvard received romhe 'Chief of
Hospital Chapel. Saturday Beets, Iced Yellow Layer Cake Naval Operations,a recallof

"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Confessions-4:15: and 5p.m. Monday,September 13 hazardous merchadise is
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, NATTC BREAKFAST-Chllled Orange now underway by the Food
creed color,, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. in Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled and Drug Administration.The .
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Building 500. of Hot Pork Cakes Sausage with ,Maple or Syrup, Choice FDA officials an-
Bacm'yonnalse"
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print Potatoes, Assorted Cake Doughnuts. nounced that componentsof
advertising' from that source." DINNER-Chicken Soup, Baked a nationally distributed
smoked Ham, Pineapple Juke, and baby gift set are being
The trouble with too of Raisin Sauce, Candled the
many us Sweet voluntarily recalled by
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
is that we try to start with the boyat 2itdCtBi Snowflaked Potatoes, manufacturer Childhood
concerning such should be directed to: Peas, Seasoned ,
the point at which we want him Turnip Greens, Hushpupples, Interests-Allan Jay, Inc.
< THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY to be, rather than starting wherehe Assorted Cake Doughnuts. The product subject to this

.;" '. 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 is. We need to encourage him Sandwich SANDWICH or Chili LINE..Egg Salad recall is identified as'Little
Telephone 388.2755 to move in a direction and towarda SUPPER-Submarine Dogs. Angel}Gift Assortment' and
of. goal that must be his, and he Stuffed Green Peppers, French SandwiChes Baked, poses potential health

VOL. 29 NO. 25 SEPTEMBER 10, 1971 must see the wisdom of the Navy Potatoes Beans, Tomatoes, Sauce, Boiled hazards if ingested.t .
direction.-Walter MacPeek Pie.| Buttered Spinach, Apple

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Friday,September 10 Eggar. 'GP' G. (122 mins.).
NATTC CeremonyJaxThree NAS: 'LITTLE BIG MAN' HOSPITAL: 'BEST HOUSE IN
Color western satire starring LONDON'
\0 Dustin Hoffman, Faye Dynaway Wednesday,September IS
NATTC commissioned warrant
Navymen was as a and Martin Balsam. 'GP' E. (150 NAS: TIlE HAWAIIANS' Color
retired last week after serving a officer and worked his way
mins.). drama starring Charlton Heston,
total of 80 rank to lieutenant.
years. through
HOSPITAL: 'CAT O'NINETAILS' Geraldine Chaplain and John
Retiring after 30 AOC However he his
years, requested own
Color drama .
suspense Phillip Law. 'GP' G (134 mins.)
Edward Clark received a letter of demotion prior to retiring.
starring James Franciscus, HOSPITAL: 'LIGHT AT TIlE
appreciation from Cdr. Roy During his Navy career,CWO-3 Catherine Spaak and Karl EDGE OF THE WORLD'
Paxon NATTC executive officer. Timmons served at
training
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Malden. 'GP' G (112 mins.) Thursday September 1C
lie was commended for his workas centers in Corpus Christl and
Saturday,September 11 NAS 'RIO LOBO' Color
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instructor for AO school. with various aircraft
an Memphis
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NAS: 20,000 LEAGUES UN- western starring John Wayne ,
Chief Clark is veteran of WWII at Arcata
a squadrons, NAAS ,
SEA' Color adventure
DER THE and Jennifer O'Neill.IG' G ((114
and the Korean Conflict In Calif.,Fleet Airborne"Electronics Kirk James
starring Douglas, mins.),
1971, he won the Freedom's Training Unit Pacific, and at Mason and Peter Lorre 'G' E. HOSPITAL : 'TILEIAWAIIANS'
Foundation Essay Contest for his Kodiak, Alaska Naval Station. (125 mins.),
Letter on'Freedom: Privilege or He plans to attend Jacksonville HOSPITAL: 'LITTLE BIG Friday September 14
received the and for
Obligation. He University study a ,, MAN' NAS: 'SUPPORT YOUR
George Washington Honor Medal masters degree in education. Sunday,September LOCAL GUNFIGHTER' Color
and a $50 award. NAS: LAWRENCE OF western comedy starring James
lie and his wife, who was ARABIA' Color adventure Gamer and Suzanne Pleshette.
NATTC's 1970 nominee for the starring Peter O'Toole.Omar 'G' VG (98 mins.)
Military Wife of the Year Title, ) Shariff and Anthony Quinn. 'G' S HOSPITAL: 'RIO LOBO'
are residing in Orange Park. ((184 mins,). Saturday September 18
Chief Clark is a graduate of IA .t. HOSPITAL: '20,000 LEAGUES NAS: 'ELVIS-THAT'S.
Florida Junior College and plansto UNDER THE SEA' WAY IT IS' Color musical
attend the University of # r Monday September 13 documentary starring Elvis
Florida this fall.CWO4 NAS: 'BEST HOUSE IN Presley 'G' VG (97 mins.).
F;sc LONDON' Color comedy starring HOSPITAL: 'SUPPORT
Joanna Pettet and David YOUR LOCAL GUNFIGHTER'
f c $y'f Hammings. 'X' (no one under 17
admitted) (105 mins.),
r (+ HOSPITAL: 'LAWRENCE OF
,M + ARABIA' Judge: 'You've been brought

+ Tuesday,September 14 here for drinking.'
3nv f'' S NAS: 'LIGHT AT THE EDGE Defendent: 'Fine! Let's get
OF THE WORLD' Color ad- started.-Shelby Friedman.
4t venture starring Kirk Douglas,
Yul Brynner and Samatha
AEC John Reese
An instructor at Aviation
Electrician's School here, AEC ...- THESULLIVANS
-. .. John Reese ended a 20-year Navy EDY WILLIAMS mar be very ANNOUNCE THE NEW LOCATION OF..
Tlmmons Career "in"someplace but there's more
CWO-4 Joel Timmons, logistics lie and his wife will live in of Edj out than In right here. LAS CASUELAS
officer, retired after 30 years. He Jacksonville. Hopefully) ihe'II stay out of the
draft and avoid a cold shoulder.

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I Penalties Severe For Drug- Abuse Abroad Eastern More Flights Adds 1

abroad are not
Washington-Tbis story is for considered. One ounce of hashish Expulsion after a jail sentence dup Travelers U.S. laws, and the i
only small percentage of the 2.4 will bring a fine of $630. If can't to 19 months awaits the un- protected by they can expect Jacksonville, Fla.-The only
million members of the Armed pay, the Spanish authorities will wary traveler who brings drugs amount of American help Embassy Is direct,one-plane service between
Forces. Those using drugs.If let you work it off in jail. The Into Sweden and Norway's taw from the Not because Jacksonville and Los Angeleswas
you don't use drugs, read no rate? One day of Jail labor for calls for six years in one of the very limited.officials don't want to inaugurated by Eastern
further each $2 amount of fine. cold cells d that country if you'reaught American Airlines September 8.
can't help.You'll
If you're foolish, and do use If you cross the Channel to the trying to sell drugs. If you help, but because advised they to retain a In announcing the new service
t drugs, then you should be United Kingdom, the maximum just happen to have some drugs be consul will give Fred Brown, Eastern Military,
familiar with the there is in when enter the attorney,and the
penalties you sentence seven years with you you of aid he can in Coordinator said the 727 jet will
can run into if you decide to see prison for possession of herioin or country, throw yourself on the you every bit law under substantially reduce the time
the world and take you habit with LSD. But. if your kick is 'grass'its mercy of the courts if you'recaught understanding the tried. The between here and the California
only five years In jail for since the sentence will which you will be and will
city eliminate
you.Suppose you're stationed in possession. depend on how the judge feels Embassy will contact your present necessity of the
Germany and decide to see some Suppose, you try the sunny about drugs. Most feel they're family to explain why your than planes enroute. changing
I of the European countries before climes pretty lousy items. vacation will be longer
The flight, number 87
: you stop traveling and settle Greece takes a dim view of The Middle East originally planned. will
that But from there on in, you'repretty leave Jacksonville daily at 4:30:
down. those ho have any kind of drugsin Of course, we all know
Of course, you could stop their possession when they 'some countries are soft on much on your own. p.m. stop in Atlanta, and arrive
in Los Angeles at
traveling right away if you're arrive. Possession or attempted drugs.' For some reason, many You May Hate CompanyNo 7:33: p.m.
caught by the German sale means a straight two yearsin American travelers seem to think matter how the word Is putout (PDT). The return jet, flight 86,
authorities since possession in Jail. If you decide to go Into the countries of the Middle East there are always some who will leave Los Angeles at 4:50:
your host nation can add up to business, then you stay in Greece fill that bill. Here's two, examples don't get it or don't believe it p.m. (PDT) and arrive in
three years In jail. And some can add up to between five and of how'soft' that area is on drugs. If you read the above story and Jacksonville at 1:28: a.m. after
German authorities are asking 20 years in prison. In addition, If you're caught using any typeof didn't get the word and decide to stopping in Atlanta.
for even higher sentences, Just to there's a fine, but after all those drug In Lebanon, it's one to make the drug scene when you Brown said Eastern has also
stop the drug traffic. years in jail, a few dollars won't three years in what is called a travel, don't worry. If you're scheduled a new night coach, for
Jail And A Fine mean that much. 'detoxification asylum.' For caught and chances are you will September linking Jacksonvillewith
But suppose you're not caughtby Italy wants to be sure you'll those last two words you can read be since many foreign drug Cleveland and Detroit. The
the Germans and make the still be there when your trial 'mental hospital.' and that will traffickers are also informantsfor flight he said, will provide the
scene in Spain for a few weeks of comes up so there Is no bail for give you some Idea of what to police, then you can count on only nonstop service from here to
high living. Trafficking in Spaincan those caught smuggling drugs of look forward to U you decide on having company. Cleveland and the only
'take you out of the travel any kind. Possession can mean a the drug scene there. If you sell In There were several hundred Jacksonville-Cleveland service
scene for a long time. Penalties stay of three years In jail, while Lebanon look forward to Americans in foreign jails on without change of planes enroute.
range from six years and a day trafficking gives the judge a little spending between 3 to IS years as drug charges in mid-1971. Thirty The fight, number 474, will leave
all the way up to 12 year in Jail. In leeway. lie can give from three to a guest of the government. Americans are spending time in Jacksonville daily at 2:20: a.m.
addition there's a fine to be eight years at his discretion. Turkey also takes a dim view of German jails, while the Italians and arrive in Cleveland at 4:15:
have the Greeks have a.m. It will continue on to Detroit
Seeing The Sights those who use drugs. Possession 23 guests, ,
means an automatic three to 19 in their cells, and Spain is the arriving there at 5:16: a.m.
Take your baby The Danes, fun-loving people five year sentence. Sell a little host to some 46 persons.
that they are take a very dim and get caught and you will be Over 30 Americans are housedIn Other schedule changes will
view of anyone who brings drugs given free room (not a large Scandinavian jails, while include nonstop service to Fort
into the country or attempts to room) and board (the food will bea Lebanon has 10 'guests' In their Lauderdale with the flight con-
use them while there. There's a little different) for from 10 detoxiflcationasylum, and Israel tinuing to Miami (leave
to a specialist. fine and a jail sentence of up to years to the rest of your natural has 17 men and women in jail on Jacksonville 10:05 p.m. arrive
two years, or both, waiting for life. drug charges.If Fort Lauderdale 10:57: p.m.,
I s WE MAINTAIN IT you there. help Help! you're just looking for com- arrive Miami 11:59 p.m.)
f WITH LOVING CARE And to make it clear what they Many Americans seem to feel pany, there's plenty to be had. Another southbond night coach
TOM BUSH Volkswagen mean, the Danish Ministry of that the flag follows wherever flight leaving Jax at 4:35 a.m.
Justice has announced that they go. So, get caught in a will arrive Miami at 6:17: a.m.
Reqwy Squaw possession of even the minutest foreign country and the good old making good onward connections
amount of hashish will mean United States will come to your for the Bahamas, Carribean
tlSO Atlantic& Blvd. deportation after the courts have rescue. "" Islands, and South America. This
had their say on your future. Far from it '7R flight also affords the Jax
------- commuter the fullest possible
day in Miami.
> Complete Line ot .
The > PARTS & SUPPLIES S Additional low cost night coach

PIRATESQ / Special Service Discount flights to Atlanta, Washington,
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MA TSG I y Navy Exchange

Marines


CitedJaxThe :Helps EcologyJax



order of the day at The Navy Exchange Vending Department has
MATSG were commendationsand recently replaced all canned drinks with glass, retur-
a reenlistment In recognition nable bottles.

of special accomplishments. i The reason for this action was two-fold. They are

The first to be commended was concerned with ecology aboard the station and, by
Sgt. Jerry L. Hopkins, MATSG changing to bottle drinks, this eliminates the necessity
Unit Diary Clerk, who received a for the recycling of cans. This, in addition, helps to
Meritorious} Mast last week from
LCol.Lee E. Blanchard,MATSG, substantially increase the contribution to the recreation
commanding officer. Sgt. fund, largely due to the decreased costs of the product.
Hopkins received the Mast for his \ The Navy Exchange needs your help in fulfilling this
work during the period Jan. 1 .. new program.
July 31, 1971, at which time he PI2 Garrttt DM2 Flournoy
Please do
not throw
helped to drop the unit's student empties on grassy areas .....
daily error percentage rate from: FICEUR Commends (Lawn mowers don't like it)
28 percent in Jan. 1971 to 2 per Please do not drop or break on pavements ..... (Bare
cent in July 1971. feet can't take it)

Also given a Meritorious Mast Two Of Its Own Please do return your empty bottles to the racks

was Cpl. Dale V. Sjoberg who provided for this purpose. Each bottle lost or broken
works in MATSG's Unit Diary Jax-Two Navymen at Fleet Petty Officer Flournoy worksin costs your recreation fund 3 cents and in time, could
Section. Intelligence Center, Europe the command's draftsman become a considerable amount.So .
(FICEUR)were awarded Lettersof shop. In his job, he has always
help the Navy Exchange 'Do their thing- with the
LCpl. Gary W. Chandler Commendation for their work demonstrated the highest degreeof
received a commendation from here.They are PI2 David Garrett professional competence, Real thing'.
Capt. John E. Kennedy, NATTC and DM2 Byron Flournoy. according to Capt. Sourbeer.
commanding officer, last week PI2 Garrett is assigned to the -
His citation
special analysis section at states.'PettyOfficer O'Club Hosts Game
after being named honor man of Flournoy's devotion to WarmUpJaxThe
AE 'A' School, Class 137. The 18- FICEUR. He was cited by his
duty,not only in his own field, but
year-old Marine graduated with a Sourbeer commanding Jr.,officer for his, Capt.consistent E.R. in other areas as well, has NAS Officer's Club is Brace at 4:30: and dinner will be
top average of 92.25. high standard of performance.His enabled him to assist in solving sponsoring a Pre-Game Warm. served at 5:30.: Buy your tickets
Sgt. Weems B. Lee, legal clerkat citation stated that, problems with which he'would Up for officers and their guests for the supper at $2.00 each and
MATSG, was meritoriously although he is not the senior man not normally be involved. prior to the BaltimoreOaklandfootball bus tickets at$2.00 each at 1 p.m.

promoted to his present rank by in his section, many of his Flournoy designed plans for a game tomorrow. today. Reservationsmust
The event, which begins at the be made by phone at Ext
LCol. Blanchard, MATSG suggestions improved the ef- self-help' project for FICEUR's
club
at 4:30: will include buffet
ficiency and effectiveness of his a 3042.
commanding officer. briefing and conference room. He
supper and transportation to the Buses will depart from the
division. He
noted
the was especially did the actual work himself,
for
The only reenlistment
for his leadership ability and his game. O'Club at 6:45: p.m. and arrive at
week was GySgt.Gerald A.Stens, overall frequently during off-duty Cocktails will begin in the Main the Gator Bowl about 7:45.
performance con' hours.
and AE instructor, who ,
tributing to his commands's
reenlisted for three years. morale. ... j. .--oM
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103rd STREET & BLANDING BLVD.
hours become effective 6:45: a.m.weekdays and 7 a.m. on \. _.. ',
next Friday at the Navy Saturdays.Closing hours are 6:30: -
Wives Club Nursery here at p.m.Monday through Wednesday SPECIAL PURCHASE OFFERSLIPON
NATTC. ((11 p.m. on the first and third
The station nursery, operatedand Wednesday of each month),
supervised by local wives of Thursdays at 11 p.m., Fridays at
enlisted Navymen, will be open 6:30: p.m. until September 17
Fridays until 2 a.m. The new when closing time is 2 a.m. and
hours will continue on a trial Saturdays at 2 a.m.
basis; however, the schedule will Parents from squadrons or
become permanent only if various clubs are welcome to
patrons use this service arrange nursery care for their
regularly. children during hours not listed
Nursery care is available to here. Call May Middleton, nursery
children of all ages. It opens at manager, at 38SM732.BANKAMERICARDAMERICAN OR OXFORDWHITE


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MBMgBlj VM* following Is a reportof
motor vehicle accidents and
1 the traffic violations for the period of
I Aug. 23-29.
Number of Accidents

This period 10
difference This period a year ago 4
9y Total accidents this year 229
Total accidents through this
period last year 216
'S. Total number of days since injuryin
a motor vehicle accident 65
rf
Number of days since an injury
4gr last year at this time 88.
Number of Violations

'I 11 ::k:.
: 1 : ; This Speeding period 43 11

Reckless driving 0
T Going through stop sign 3
y I ConditionerShampoo ;: Other Violations. 29
Twenty drivers appeared
','f' before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
Sept. 20. Disposition of the
cases included the following:
Nine lost driving and parking
y. : r= privileges aboard the station for
; various periods; 6 were assignedto
complete an eighHiour coursein
remedial driving; 9 received
VtwiceM suspensions; 1 was given a
.as warning; 1 was dismissed; 15
j '* were fined (U.S. Magistrate);
and .2 were referred to com
1r
manding officer for possible

disciplinary Six drivers action.were assessed 16

that makes {I: traffic points.


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Take the girl in our picture. just the right amount of conditioner for your type of hair.
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It Beneficial Suggestions PayOff Beware the Mirage




E i. For Seven at NARF


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: Jax-Seven NAHF civilian W. Fulford, both from Shop 95104, Edward M. Eason, Preston W. Sr
I employees received awards for: were rewarded for suggesting a Dew and Robert R Bryson from

beneficial suggestions last week new method of repairing wing rib Shop 96241 received awards for
: Joe F. Stone, an aircraft assemblies that helped to save suggesting a repair procedure for
painter in the Process Division IP time and materials turbine vanes on the J-52 engine.
suggested a new method of '
t tr
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mixing sealer that resulted insignificant a I.
saving of time and I INSECURE >;

t material as well as simplifying
work.
I
J.D. Koon, a production controller
I in the Product
Control I ............. I
: Division suggested a way to _
repair corroded lock ring grooves,
on wheels. No method of repair ks
; was available before the
Most of us like to try something new and when you're peekingover
suggestion submitted.
was s 2; + the installation fence at "greener pastures" some of the
Harley 0. White and Lawrence S 1f lures are irresistible. However, all that greenery may be a mirage.

Before you hop the fence ask yourself these questions:

Will your employer guarantee continued employment if you
New Merit meet his standards?

Will he give you a tax-free allowance for quarters or furnish
them free?
PromotionsPosted
Will he give you a tax-free allowance for meals or furnish
> r / them free 7

Will he furnish free health and accident insurance and full
pay if you are unable to work-regardless of length of illness?

Will he provide free dental care?
Jax-The following Merit
Will he provide free medical care for dependents?
I Promotion opportunities were
issued this week for the benefit of Will he give you 30 days paid vacation a year, with meal
civilian employees: allowances?

Supply Systems Analyst, GS-7 Will he give you low-cost life insurance?

((86-71)) o't' r Will he give you a tax-free clothing allowance?
Cement Worker, WG-6 ((87.71)) r' f
Employees are urged to look S s Will he provide free legal advice?

,
for the Merit Promotions Announcements 0 Will he provide a loan or grant in case of emergency?

on the official Will he offer to pay 75 to 100 per cent of advanced educational
bulletin boards in their work area opportunities?
.
at least once a week. I Will he provide a pension for life in case you are disabled?
They are also encouraged to
contact the Employment Office Will he pay you a bonus for staying with the company

extension 3448, or the Rating Will he provide free survivor benefits to your family?

Branch extension 2320 Employment .. Will he provide free air travel
-_ \ \ during vacations, or up to 50
Division, Civilian per cent reduction on commercial airlines?
Personnel Department to inquire ADVANCED YNJ, WAVE Carrie Skrdlant at the NAS Family Does he offer for
opportunity world travel?
about positions in which they are Services Center receives a certificate from Public Works Officer,
interested. Capt. R.T. Hardy. Will he pay for the travel of you and your dependents, and
move your household goods if you change job locations?

t Choose The Career That Offers i :;::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::= ::::::::::::::::.: Will he provide low cost recreational facilities?

tcm: The Most Out Of Life! I NASA Does he have a discount grocery drug store service station
barber
Holds cafeteria
shop beauty parlor dry cleaners, tailor shop, and
8 shoe repair shop?
TRAIN FOR A'"JET-AGE" CAREER WITH THEAirlines. S 1! S!
:: Annual Meet 8 Will he guarantee retirement pay for life after 20
years serv
I ice, regardless of your age? Is it free?
1
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challenge for young man and woman. Jax-The annual all of these questions -
could
r meeting of the you be
settling for less than
.., Prepare for jobs in reierva- Naval Air Station Associationwas have now, (AFPS Editorial) you
Lions, operations ticketing pas
'"'\....: ,. singer tervlta, ramp agent etc. held recently in the Penin-
Many company benefit Including' sular Life Insurance Auditorium

travel' to elect a new slate of officers: and ...Navy Tests Faster ShipsWASH. I
directors for
AN INTERESTING CAREER FOR MCN-WOMEN-COUPLES 1971.

is Motel Officers elected for two year D.C. The Navy will submarines skirt around bad
ManagementTrain terms
were E.A. Rutten, soon begin
testing two
ship weather and quickly get to their
president; T. Chastain vice prototypes that could
for stimulating, well paying president M.H. lead to a destination. The new ship could
; Eddings Jr. 100-Knot
positions at managers, aut man Navy.
conceivably cut the long ocean
alters- desk clerks, housekeepers, secretary; and J.W. Andrews, Called surface effect ships the
hostesses. Training Includes prac treasurer. turbo-jet crossings to one fourth of the
powered
'' tical motels.instruction at school owned Directors elected for one year designed to skim the vessels water on are a time, or less, for today's ships.

were Bill Purcell, L. LaGrande bubble of air at speeds in excess
Pete Croxton Ed Davis John of 100 knots.
TRAIN FOR A HIGH-PAVING CAREER AS A
Borje and George Krestaulude Testing of the two 100-ton
Heavy Equipment all from NARF. Jake Oates prototypes will take place in the

Operator Supply Department; W.O. waters of Washington's get Sound
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1 Thomas, Public Works; and Bob and the Gulf of Mexico.
Learn to operate cranes draglines, Douville represented other The high
speed
clamshells scrapers bulldozers, departments. capability of,the
'loaders trenchers, backhoes, etc. surface effect ships will enable.
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Navy Relief Helps



Serve with the Those In SchoolJaxInterestfree



Peace Corps abroad loans are personal expenses.The .
being made available again this parents contribution is
year through Navy Relief to determined from charts which
dependent high school indicate what the family should
graduates of Navy and Marine be able to afford considering
Keep
your Corps officers and men for attendance normal expenditures. Any
at college or vocational! unusual conditions or justifiable

school. expenses are given special
Federal
job at home The Navy Relief Society Is consideration. Repayment is
prepared to assist all eligible expected to start with employment *
t. candidates who qualify upon the upon graduation in

,, ,;. basis of need and submit ap- monthly increments.
plications prior to deadline of
'" March 15, 1972. Need is deter- Requests for applications or

'-" mined by subtracting required information should be addressedto
If you're interested in serving over- s contributions from student Navy Relief Society,Suite 1228,
in the Peace Corps but thought The Peace Corps covers all overseas through summer work and 801 North Randolph Street,
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seas
it was impossible without giving up '-"-, alowance/: expenses when plus a readjustment home parents' required contribution Arlington,Va. 22203. Applications
your Government job take heart y f +a lup to S''.BOO. Slightly you come higher for based on family size and income for the school year 1972-73, may
Now Federal employees can become families) from school expenses, tuition and be requested starting December
Peace Corps Volunteers without loss t fees, books and supplies and 10. Maximum loan per year per
ol tenure or benefits. Here's the way % As it enters its second decade, the room and board where applicableplus student is generally$1,200.00 witha
the Civil Service Commission/Peace r Peace Corps is fulfilling its mission: $500 for trans portion and total school loan of $5,000.00.
Corps agreement works to bring people closer together'and
// you apply and are selected for make the world a better place. Maybe
the Peace Corps you can request you can help. Are you willing to Attention To Drug Abuse
Leave Without Pay from your gov. leave your job for a couple of years
ernment job. With Leave Without
t to work in
with
partnership people
Pay granted, and with your two-year I
in other parts of the world helping
program in the Peace Corps com' Emphasized For Safety
pleted, you can return to your for. ; / them improve their lives? I If} so,
mer lob without loss ol/ status. x chances are that your specialty is
While a Peace Corps .. one of the 300 different// skills requested
Volunteer
on Leave Without Pay you're still .. by the 58 developing nations Jax-'The importance of the that a Navy man must be able to
eligible/ lor promotion In your government fi: i J in which the Peace Corps drug abuse prevention program rely on his shipmates', the
agency. t (. serves skills like nursing teach cannot be overemphasized', message states, 'The drug abuser
Your retirement' rights are pro :/ ...; 1/F..! ing math and science business according to a recent message has compromised his reliability
tected, and the time you spent as V' !,,, administration engineering and from CINCLANTFLT to such an extent that he must be
a Peace Corps Volunteer counts toward Volunteer Jim Friedlander talking to a manual trades. Want to know more? The message states that identified and carefully
retirement/ ', group ot young boys in Malawi Africa Send in the coupon. reports from the Naval In- evaluated to determine his fit-

vestigative Service and results of ness for continued military
Customs inspections indicate assignment.
continued high levels of drug 'As the safety of the entire crew
The Peace CorpsYou abuse and demonstrate that the as well as the health of the drug

Navy's drug education programhas abuser is involved', the message
can be proud of it. You can be part of it. not been as effective as had concludes, 'intensified command
.. been desired.'It attention in this problem area Is

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structured from spontaneous and V block west of 1.95
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The around Cecil column this after serving for 30 years. 174, LT. D. M. Burns, retired
week will be dedicated to the ABCM L. Caughron, leading after 24 years service to the
retirees of Cecil Field. There chief atAir Operations, retired at Navy. Lt. Burns and his wife (
were many in the last week, but Air Operations last week after Doris will reside in the _
due to space limitations,we could serving 30 years to the Navy and Jacksonville area. y a'a'r
just picturef In the near future his country. Chief Caughron and In ceremonies held last week, + "
though, we plan to show all the his wife are shown being piped Commander J. L McCracken "'" waaxawaxsoa xw xf.w. wfaw ,
rest of the Navymen who have over the side for the last time. retired after 30 years service to AFCM D. NewburyLT.
served their country to the fullest AFCM D. Newbury, a the Navy and country. Cdr. I
ex ter t.ADJS. Hellrazor of VA-174, retired last McCracken was also warded the _
W. Wolfe was piped over week in ceremonies held in the Navy Commendation Medal
the side for the final time last squadrons hangar. Chief during the ceremonies. Cdr.
week in ceremonies held at Air Newbury and his wife Maxine McCracken and his wife Betty
Operations. Chief Wolfe and his retired after 21 years service. and their 3 children will reside in
wife Donna gave the final salute Another Hellrazor from VA. the Jacksonville area.

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Ir Jax-Six reups were
reported aboard the air
station this week.
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VP-5 reenlisted for six
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and ADJ2 Robert E.

A Rogers,both of VP-5, took / 4 : l:
the oath for two more
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PRI Norman N. Tully of I fWiT

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to the Navy for RETIRING BRIGADIER GENERAL John P. Traylor, USA (Ret).,
the 14 Director of Central Services, City of Jacksonville, displays the
past
years. Distinguished Service Medal presented to him by RAdm. Lawrence R.
1 1s Gels, COMFAIRJAX, Tuesday in Mayor Hans Taniler's office. The
AKI Armando D. medal, given to the general upon his retirement, Is the Army's third
I Luquias of the Navy highest award.

/ t.I Finance Office reenlistedfor
the third time.
I ADJ2 Refers AMS2 Lyle Now You Can

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SSgt. Leslie E. Domalikof REALLY LIVE !

the MARTD Supply

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I Plan Your Next Holiday Outing I



South Carolina is filled with This lovely tidewater region once 165 m. MAGNOLIA beautifulin GARDENS -
history and on this 270(-mile touryou'll supported fabulously rich sea among the most
$I alb uf MIII'o view Charleston's splendid island cotton plantations. the world. Started in 1830, they
o s III) c.I! 10 and delightthe
harbor, the nation's oldest land- Follow the sea, by winding easton now cover 25 acres
of
scaped garden and you can join U. S. 21 to HUNTING ISLAND eye with stunning displays
the route at any point. STATE PARK. After relaxing, azaleas, camellias, magnoliasand
Start on U. S. 17A north from retrace on U. S. 21 through other flowers. Continue northon
3 Nll Savannah. You'll soon bridge the Beaufort and continue on U. S. 21 Route 61 to .
1' A Savannah River and pass fertile to the junction with U. S. 17. Go
\r, MIUDI t I ONe delta islands where rice fields east on U. S. 17 across the 169 m. MIDDLETON GAR-
once flourished. Follow U. S. 17A Combahee River. Next is. DENS, the oldest landscaped
#pCharles into U. S. 17, passing the gardens in the nation. They were
r r MAGN0IIAWalterboro GAHDINS h) SAVANNAH)! NATIONAL 120 m. JACKSONBORO, where begun in 1741 by Henry Mid-
WILDLIFE REFUGE. Continueon the State Legislature met in 1782 dleton, later president of the
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U. S. 17. At the junction of when Charleston was in the handsof Continental Congress.
Jachsonboro 11 i Route 170 turn right. Continue on the British. Drive east over the Arthur Middleton, a signer of
(}03Ii 170 to the intersection with U. S. EDISTO RIVER BRIDGE to the Declaration of Independence,
u Pyo 21, turn right and go to ... is buried on the estate. His son,
153 m. CHARLESTON. One of while governor of South Carolina,
42m. BEAUFORT. This America's oldest, most historic obtained the first camellia
I, community, the second oldest in cities, this gracious port retains japonica ever brought to this
r +rve, the state, is situated on Port much of its 18 century at- country. Three of these plants
Royal Island, one of over 100 mosphere.Take still live and bloom after over 150
Coosa islands that make up tidal time to explore THE years.
what hi. 2)) A T tANT It' Beaufort County. The Spaniardswere BATTERY at the south end of Go north along the Ashley
U Beaufort A'Mn here as early as 1520, town, where stately homes face River to a junction with U. S. 17-
Hry!! 2I MUNIING ISLAND followed by the French and the sea and landscaped A. Now head west on U. S. 17 A
r* Si TIARK English. The town was all but promenades afford captivatingviews for .
32 In I1,1 wiped out by the warring of the harbor. Here war 202' m. WALTERBORO. The
Bro b NreC U'FiAN: Yamasee Indians in 1715, relics and monuments recall the story goes that two early settlers,
conquered by the British duringthe city's stirring history. An easy Smith and Walter, each insistedthe
Iro American Revolution, and stroll from The Battery along town should be named in his
T captured by the Union forces in Meeting Street brings you to the honor. They settled the dispute in
the War Between the States. beautiful NATHANIEL a tree felling contest and Walter
The town has retained its Old RUSSELL HOUSE. In late March emerged as the better man. The
World atmosphere. Ancient and early April the HISTORIC COLLETON COUNTY COURTHOUSE
NATIONAL SAVANNAH I A AWllDllff houses, surrounded by gardens, CHARLESTON FOUNDATION situated here, was the
Tourlloul' lend charm to this port. Visit the sponsors tours through historic scene of the first nullification
REFUGE a annah2 ((43 US Highway Numbers BEAUFORT MUSEUM, which is private homes. meeting In the state. Proceed
H) Still Highway Numbers in an arsenal dating from 1776. Retrace your way on U. S. 17 south on U. S. 17 A. After 24
12 Approximate, Mileiget, Head east on U. S. 21. across the Ashley River to a miles you'll enter U. S. 17. Drive
junction with Route 61 and go south on it, going through
49 m. ST. HELENA ISLAND. north on Route 61 until you come Coosawatchi to. .
to the stop of. 270 m. SAVANNAH

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'fEMPCOYMENrt.. e',::; ._' NEW HOMES 1969 HONDA CL ,
3 & 4 BR 2 baths, Built.In.Range, 175 Scrambler, Exc. Condo Only 3,000 J
Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,300 up. miles. $400 Must sell, 264.5494.
GENERAL OFFICE FHA or VA Terms.Fast
Put your office skills to work and earn Edw O. Lyon Broker, 781.1422OAK Occupancy. BOAT-ll FOOT LONG TRANSFERRING TO THE FLEET RESERVE Is HMCM Frank S. i
HIGH PAY. Work when & where you 120 HP. MerCruiser Inboard. D'Angelis after 21 years of active service. He is presented a Letter of '

wish. NO FEE.NORRELLTemporary Call: outboard, i Hardtop, Full Canvas, Appreciation and a Hospital plaque from Capt. R, R. Gillespy Jr., j
HILL PARK sleeps 4. Exc Condo Stored Inside ,
Services Large, 3 BR, tri.level. 57,000.$8,000 since New Heavy duty Gator commanding officer of the Naval Hospital. Also'on hand for the <
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396 5371 dwn. S210 mo. LCdr. Murphy,771-3211. galvanized trailer. $2150. 2646643. ceremony Is his wife Marion.
ext 405 or 772.8209.
JOE'S HANDY MAN SERVICE, Shipboard Rules Widen <
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ATLANTIC RENT-A-CAR
The Impossible we do Immediately.
Miracles take a little longer. House MLS REALTORS 18 yrs. and up. Free .Delivery, 387. WASHINGTON (AFPS) ]
painting household repairs, minor Acreage ...Homes.,.,Trailer lots. 5413. All shipboard petty officers are ]
4653 Highway Ave. 189.5514 now allowed to have civilian (
appliance repairs screens, fixtures, (
glass,etc. Joe Hurwitz, 264 4135 (USN WYNNE REALTY of Florida, Inc. N DODGE' SUPER BEE' t )) EN1R1d'l clothes aboard ship to wear on <
leave and liberty.
RET. Mallory Ignition, dual exhaust, <
OAK HILL PARK HOUSE overhead cam, AT, 781.2324. The change in policy, previously

PERMANENT. PART TIME 3 Br, 2 B, Lv. Rm, Dn Rm, Fm. Rm. limited to officers and
Men needed to take retail Inventories. Cent. H & Air, w.w Carpet, Ap FOR SALE chief petty officers, was made
Week day evenings, Sat. & Sun., work pllances, 2 car gar. fenced back. 68 VW Fastback. Ex. Condo$1195.) Call by the Chief of Naval Opera.
clean and professional Approx. 8 12 Assume VA6V4 loan & pay equity. 5964 771.6732. tions. Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt
hrs. per week. No exp necess. We Fury Dr. 772.0715. CADILLAC FLEET WOOD Jr.

train. Reply to: Completely equip., low ,
mileage
R.O. I. Inventory Specialists : ': "' Under Call a An inch-deep acre of wet
772.9308
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? after 4
1914 Beachway Rd. $ft"i; ";'RENTALS/: ;'5iL p.m. snow can yield more than 5.300
Ja x-32207 'PeAf IN gallons of water, while a simi
64 VW lar amount of light
powderysnow
FOR RENT Loaded, Exc. Cond. Very low. 389-
Nov may produce only 1,300
COUPLE WANTEDFor ORTEGA HILLS 8152. 1 gallons.
part time work. Days or Eves. Ph. 3 BR, 1 B, Compl. redecorated. 387- NEED RIDE
264 3365. 5339 or 353.4641. Penny Farms to Salvage Rd. 7 to 3:30:
p.m. Ext. 3412.
WANTED ORANGE PARK
SECRETARIES 2 BR., Apts. turn, or unfurn., Dishwasher FOR SALE
Experienced Bank Help, Full or Part Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth Honda Street Scrambler 161 cc. Call
AptS, 771.1405 or 771-33S5. 772.9004 days 8. 772.2830 nights. -11111111" pf.
time.1st
Guaranty Bank& Trust Co. : *
1234 Kings St. ROOM FOR RENT 1947 CHEVY.4. DR. ;
(between Park & Post) 5930 Lemoya Ave. Off Wesconnett by Ex. Cond. 264 6377
K-Mart. 1st house on right. 771.7060. .
HANDY MAN WANTEDFor
maintenance on small churchPart FURNISHED HOUSE
( time) Repairs & upkeep. ORANGE PARK 100 %

0373.Marvin Green, 398.8391 after 6 call 772- 8466 New York Ave. 2 BR, Large Lot.
Now Available. Couple only. $100 mo.
388.9886.3MOStE.
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W :' "i N' 'S"' 1 We gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection.
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KENNELS And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. malor mechanical parts'for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
Pick up & Delivery Available.; VA FINANCING double check.
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathlna. No money down on New Star Mobile
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard Home. Ask for Ted or Bob. ENOINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085; B8. J Mobile Home ASSEMBLIES'BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. 3708 Philips Hwy.
398.8926

BEARADIOORTVANNOUNCER JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 70 VW Sedan $1795Yellow

1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern Speed Transmission/ Radio and Heater
For more Information call l 3568351 I trailer and Apts. 389.3007.WOODY'S IIAPPY ADVICE Angellgn
any hour. Pettyjohn always recommends a 69 VW Sedan $1795Air
MOBILE HOME big smile to help get things off
TIE DOWN chest. We're Conditioned, Radio and Heater, White
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS Hurricane Tie downs & blocking, 771 your happy to note
Consoles some with AM.FM, tapeplayers. 7186. that this. adriee did not hold
At dealers cost to liquidate true In her own case. 69 VW Sedan $1650Radio
stork. Full warranty! Phone 771).0409. GMC STEP-VAN
Custom converted to motor home, V- CAREEROPPORTUNITY and Heater, Speed, Choice of Colors
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE 81 AT, PB, 2 AC, pressure water
Auto AC, Room units, Central Units.. system,gas stove 12v or nov electric 66 VW Sedan S1295
Repairs. Reasonable. refrlg Double bed, toilet with holding
Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. tank. 110.220v, power plant, TV, dual ..IN SALES AND Beige, Speed, Air Conditioned, Radio and Heater.
388-5U1 light system. Phone 724.0001, 7136 SALES MANAGEMENT
4711 Palmer-Lake Shore Altama Road. Thorough training 66 VW Sedan $1095White

LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH HURRICANEANCHORING provided free. Complete Radio, & Heater
Wllford's Fish Camp. 264 9707. Blocking, repairing, roof coating, Training Programs
reasonable prices 398-7243. available on active duty or 69 VW Fastback $1895Auto
FLY TO WHERE*
transition. Full
Anywhere, you want, flight Instruction ........,.<. '. 'W '_ .,_..,._.""' prolect trans, Air conditioned, R 8. H Beige.

7812636. or charter. Call Dick or Bill {lsrBA..J 1! ':tJ. J1 .tt fringe starting benefits Income.For liberal 68 VW Fastback $1495

LAWNS EDGING&MOWING complete details call
71 CORVETTE Speed, Radio and Heater.
Curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We Low mileage, Fully equip. Elect. Mr. Della Porter

clean Call Hart up the, 771.3211 mess and. Ext.leave 8340.it neat. windows, AC PB, PS, 771.5683. 396-9376 69 VW Squareback $2095Air

HORSES BOARDED Conditioned, Speed, Diamond Blue, R&H.
Pony and donkey rides, Lazy F I
Ranch, 5922 Shindler Drive. 772.8862 68 VW Squareback $1895

OFFICERS UNIFORMS USED Radio and Heater, Diamond Blue, Air conditioned.
Whites, Khakis, Blues, Greens waist FLY TO FREEPORTGRAND
34.36. Jackets 42.44. Long. 7863315. _
Ex. Condo BAHAMAS WE ALSO HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF

FOR SALE GOOD, CLEAN IMPORTED COMPACTS AND
Stove,3 air conditioners, 8,000 BTU
2.5,000 BTU, All of these Items less HOLIDAY SPECIAL DOMESTIC AUTOMOBILES.
than 1 yr. old. After 5 call, 2642595.

TRANSPORTATION $9 Q95

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We buy, sell and trade equities. 18th
Flight Leaves Jax, 8 a.m., Sept.
Louise T, Bailey
771.3605 Broker For Information, reservations Call : INC.

BELL Realtor ,
VIRGINIA E. ,
Creek'HIDDEN, Canal WATERS'Black or Lake lots .1150'- LANE'AV&, SO :PHONE: 981451! .: ..) {

avallab'e. Excellent fishing, boating 2642488or
Swimming. Mobile Home area. Also QP.SN DA1LY S TO' '().SATU R DAY.:TO S.:. :'
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permanent home area. High, wooded 356.2462 (Answering Service) SUNDAY.>1TOPM
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake
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Black belts and brown belts art never satisfied,despite the years of
practice it takes to earn them. At the NAS Judo Club both experts and
beginners work lust as hard to become more proficient.

". Jax 'The fastest growing military judo club in the
U.S., bar none' is right here at NAS Jax, according to

.... '" SSgt. Rudolph Singleton, a black belt holder and one of
;' ,y. the club's instructors.The .
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NAS Jax Judo Club had five members when it
Knowing how to fall is vital In the of This
art Judo. ,
boy practices falling techniques probably
started five months ago. This month there will be 180,
i hoping he.won't have to use them when the matches start. _
making it the largest Navy-Marine Corps judo club in

the country.
Education Perhaps even more remarkable than the growth rate

NEWEST CONCEPT Foundation. of the club is the quality of pupils it has turned out. The

IN APARTMENT LIVING Florida AAU Open Judo Tournament held July 31 was a
perfect example. At this tournament, the men's team
t 1,2.S BEDROOM AND 2 BATHS from the club won more matches than any other club in
Spacious rooms, wide windows, ingaley; / the state.
central heat & air cond. Private '
patios, sundecks, swimming pool Army + The club holds classes for anyone over six years old.
and party room. Men attend lessons on Tuesday and Thursday from 5-7

264-8102 p.m. boys on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon, and women
1800 KINGSLEY AVE. and girls from 2-4 p.m. Saturdays. Two additional
DIRECTIONS Between Blanding classes will be added this month to accomodate new
Blvd. & Orange Park, Minutes members.
away via new (1295.
Instructors include two black belts and two brown
=t T ake stock in America. belts.

Now Bonds: pay a bonus at malurit y. The club is a member of the United States Associationand

recently received a plaque from the Association for
going over the 100 member mark.

The NAS Jax Judo Club is a remarkable success story,
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Vietnam"Motivators Appointed 13 I



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AS me Navy shift Its role
Vietnam from that of a defense in The program needs individualsthat purpose of their positions is not to
aid loan can be depended upon to make promises or guarantees to
becomes advisory organization, it carry out their duties effectivelyand personnel, but rather to present
Increasingly
to use necessary consistently. The Vietnam facts to the enlisted man who
a selective
,( x 1S j 1s sending individuals process when motivator program provides may be interested in meeting the
to serve counselors who are highly experienced challenge and receiving the
there. Therefore
Naval Personnel the Chief of in the various types of liberal benefits of a Vietnam
has established duty available in Vietnam, as tour.
a motivation
program designed well the benefits
as they may
.r"" to recruit qualified enlisted
men
who will receive. Those interested in the Viet-
enhance the
Navy's The missions of the Vietnam nam Motivator
Vietnam program may
mission.
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motivators include visits to activities
gain information
Two by contacting:
former Vietnam
enlisted
Fleet
of the Atlantic
advisors have been Senior Vietnam Motivator, U. S.
appointed
to
speaking at various commandsand
Atlantic Fleet
the CinClantFlt
post of Vietnam movitators
the counseling of those In-
for the Atlantic Fleet in Headquarters, Norfolk, Va.,
accordance terested in or have questions
any 23511,or by calling Norfolk area
N :1 with the new program. about a tour in Vietnam. The 444-6974, autovoo t 80.6674.


Navy Reduces
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Travel Limits


Jax-Personnel desiring to take
leave, perform TEMADD or r
travel through foreign countries,
no longer must obtain P'41
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FAMILY AFFAIR NAS Protestant Chaplain, Cdr. Carroll R. from the Chief of Naval Per-
Spencer, Is assisted by his wife Faye, his two sons and Capt. John sonnel to visit most countries. S

Kincaid, station commanding officer, as he is promoted to his new There are some countries _
rank in the CO's office last week. which still require permissionfrom
the Chief of Naval Personnel -
as well countries to which
Jax Food leave travel is strictly prohibited.
Officer
To find out which countries.
don't require permission to travelto L
entry requirements and
specific travel information check
Learns New IdeasJax Bupers Instruction 1050.11A of

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August 2. -- -
CONGRATULATIONS-Cdr. Howard V. Southard of NARTU Is
-CWO William T. Wilding, Washington.The Relief awarded the Navy Commendation Medal by Capt. Hugh J. Tate,
newly assigned food service Food Service Management Navy Commander Naval Air Reserve Forces Jacksonville. Also pictured is
officer here, attended a five- day Ashore Orientation course is run his wife Lanara. Cdr. Southard received the commendation for
management refresher course in by the Navy Subsistence Office Trains VolunteersJax meritorious service as the readiness analysis statistic officer on the
(NSO) which provides technical ,staff of RAdm. Howard E. Greer, commander Naval Air reserve
Fleet Reserve direction, financial control and Forces Chief of Naval Air Reserve Training at Glenview, III.
All
personnel
professional assistance to all
ConventionJaxThe Navy general messes. interested in at-
Though short In' length, the tending Navy .Relief
44th Annual course touches on every phase of Training Courses rr. ?
Convention of the Fleet Navy food service operations and scheduled for Sept. 27 When we assumed the
Reserve Association will be serves to bring students up to
29 from 9 -12
held in Detroit, Michigan .date on new feeding techniquesand a.m. soldier, we did not lay'
daily should contact .
equipmentThe ,
Septemper 12-17 at the
aside the citizen.George .
Detroit Hilton Hotel.Commanding course also gave CWO the Navy Relief
Officersare Wilding a chance to discuss Office at 389-5308 or
encouraged to grant feeding problems at Jacksonvillewith 772-3515.
leave to officers and NSO specialists as well as
share ideas with other Navy food
enlisted personnel who are Washington Arps -
members of the Fleet service officers.

Reserve Assocation and
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!ql I Cooler Killers Pose Hazards I For Travel SafetyAutumn Tips



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I1 A National Bureau of coolers with dimensions as
, Standards investigation has small as 10 inches wide and is that time of year
uncovered 16 cases of accidental 20 inches long by 12 inches when children return to school,
deaths by entrapmentof deep (about 1.5 cubic feet) former children revisit their
children in portable picnic was involved in a death. alma maters for homecoming,
coolers. and the turning leaves invite

These relatively simple sightseers to watch fall's paradeof

(I Picnic coolers present a precautions can be taken by colors.
problem because they are designed picnic cooler owners to eliminate This is all very well, but it has
to be relatively air- the potential hazard of one drawback; all this driving
tight and have good Insula- existing coolers, particularly usually results in a colossal
tion characteristics so that with the self-locking types:
they might hold food and traffic jam across the country.

drink at low temperatures.These Lids or tops of picnic Before you get ready to take that
same characteristics coolers, after each use, could trip, the American Red Cross hasa
may mean death for an en- be removed by pulling the few safety tips.
trapped child, however, be- hingle pins or unscrewingthe First, make sure the car is
cause once locked in, his air hinges.
supply is cut off and his safe. Check brakes,lights,signal
cries for help are muffled. If the latch is screwedon devices, and windshield wipers,
He can do little but wait for it could also be removed. exhaust system and steering
death. mechanism. Check all five tiresto
" $ .. If the lid or cover can- that In
see they are good
" not be removed, a cinder
The danger of entrapment block or similar heavy obJect condition.
I is heightened significantly if could be placed in the Keep the rear window, including
" picnic coolers have latches of the cooler to effectively the shelf in front of it,
that lock automatically. The reduce the space clear of obstructions. Make sure
w.r r majority of the 16 cases while it is being stored. the interior of the car is packed in
studied by the Bureau included -
1/"I picnic coolers that Another solution, and a such a way that objects will not
-, had self-locking lids. The reports more permanent one, wouldbe become danger in case of a
made available to the to attach a bar divider to sudden stop or collision.
I, Bureau indicated that children the cooler wall to reduce the Pack a first aid kit along with

y a,, ranging in age from cooler's continuous volume some flares, flashing signals or
f 11/2 to 6 years old had died BO that a child could not other warning devices.
ft in picnic coolers. One of the crawl inside It.'
(AFPS) Use your seat belts, and don'tdrink
t if you Intend to drive.Drive

y4Li defensively; that is,watch out for

Li[ the other guy, take a break from
driving every two hours or so.

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Some moiquitoti Meeting Slated For
|lay thttr 0991 Avoiding VEE

in tending water

wl er. they hatch i y
POW-MIA KinJax
!n I diy or two. WASIIINGTON (AFPS-The) Jet age has
Other motqultottlay made the world smaller and that has beCome a

their 0991 in tMI99I ) curse Everyone as well as blessing The next of kin of all .September 27: Panel

old tires, tin I quickly from and place everything to place can, be transported. POW's and MIA's are invited to a discussion, psychological
welcome even such uncaps meeting in Washington, D. C. business semi.
or other things as disease. South Texas has briefing, meeting,
been September 26 29 at the Statler formal dinner ).
w..er.holdir\9. experiencing a terrible epidemic of the ($10 per.person
... disease called VEE. Hilton Hotel.In .
containers In VEE IS SHORT for Venezuelan Equine En addition to providing space September 28: Cot tee for

which they mlV cephomyelitis. The name cornea from the tact available travel for dependents in senators and congressmen,
that it was first discovered luncheon sponsored by own
remain unhatchtd in Venezuela accordance with joint travel
for weeks"or among donkeys.equine-type animals such al horses and regulations, the Department of service, business meeting, an-
nouncement of new board.
Defense has extended
months. until they The disease fs highly fatal) for September 29: Business
ItP"ti and donkeys, but it il Inehummules authorization to include the
I much
art covtrtd with ( "'I milder meeting, announcement of new
Sometimes parents of unmarried POW's and
OPOSlums, rodents and
wattr, With both even birds, can get it. possibly MIA's. officers, press conference,
types of THE DISEASE is caused by a virus which The guiding principle to be luncheon sponsored by AmericanRed
mosquitoes, the by i8 carried from lick animal to healthy animal observed in authorizing space Cross.
mosquitoes. Humans can get it the same available air travel is that each
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wigglers.or way through the bite Requests ac-
of a mosquito which .
POW MIA should have the should
larvae grow : ; previously} fed on an infected animal. comodations be sent
quietly and turn r '-.- That Is the reason mosquito control around opportunity to be represented at directly to the National League of
the home and yard is important. If there are the meeting.The Families, 1608 K. Street N. E.,
into. tumblers or places where water collects, such as bird baths program for the meeting is Washington, D. C. 20016.
pupa. Soon the old tin cans, tires' fish ponds flower pots J as follows:
tltin of the you might be raising the very mosquito which September 26: State and Expenses for the meeting must
could bite you and give you VEE. regional meetings. be borne by attendees.
tumbler "
splits
I / / Defense health authorities have urged serv.
open and out -" Adult flmll, ice families to inspect their homes for possible
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climbs anothtr "I" breeding grounds on their property and to de-
'. stroy them. If VEE is in your area, it may
hungry mos quito. be in your community next. Don't give it a
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Secretary of the Navy policy in these areas, set training operational commands and the
John H. Chafee has announcedthe priorities and program the use of shore based training command
establishment of a single, training and education funds. staff will provide a quick "feed .
coordinated Naval Training The office will also manage back" on how well the schools are J
Command with headquarters at general educational and college meeting fleet requirements.
Pensacola. programs within the Navy. It will Management of field trainingwill
PJameSnTThead the new consolidated maintain liaison with and be consolidated into three
command is VAdm. coordinate programs for sub- main sub commands: commandand

Malcolm W Cagle,who served as marine, surface and air warfare management of recruit,
head of the board which training divisions which will be special, and technical training
developed the single training established separately in the under Chief of Naval Training at
command concept. Adm., Cagle office of the CNO. Memphis, Tenn., a restructured
assumed command of the present Medical and Dental trainingwill flight training program under
continue to be managed by Chief of Naval Air Training at
Naval Air Training Command Can find Volkswagen
the Chief, Bureau of Medicineand Pensacola; and a training support you
July 21.The Naval Air Training Surgery (BUMED), but will command providing hidden in this picture?

Command completed its be integrated with other training publications, examinations and ..
aids and
other training support
reorganization with the programs by the director of materials which will be relocated If you can, you'll make us very sad.
.
establishment of the Naval Naval Education and: Training.The
new at later Because we've troubled ourselves
D.C. no
from Washington, a
at
Training Command August 1. All Chief of Naval Training
training activities, including the Pensacola will act as a central date. end to hide it from you.
and administrative
The organizational
reorganized Naval Training senior commander for all changes are Our quest for the invisible Volkswagentook

Command, are now combined training activities. Direct scheduled to be made this us all the way to Turin, Italy.
under the new training com communication between fleet summer. Where we asked the famous Ghia Studios .

mand. 1 to design us a sporty Italian body.
The new command is the resultof
studies made by a Naval Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-lO p.m. They did.

Training Command board appointed D PICK-UP & DELIVERY Then we secretly prowled about Europefor
by the Chief of Naval the best coach builder we could find.
Operations (CNO) in early o ROAD SERVICED Success. To the Karmann Coachworksof
February. The board determinedthat MECHANIC ON DUTY
handed Ghia'ssketches
the Navy's training Osnabruck we over
organization lacked coordinationin Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS with the injunction:

a single focal point in the office !!A,. "Make it beautiful." (Or else.)

of CNO. The board therefore BOB'S OAK HILL They did.

Training recommended Command the Pensacola single, They welded. And burnished. And sculpted

with a strong central office on the unl( n And sanded. And painted.

Staff of the CNO in Washington.These Until they had shaped in steel what

recommendations were SERVICE CENTER Ghia had shaped in pencil.
approved by the Secretary of the "'. BBfflttS
Smug in the knowledge that nobody
Navy.In 771-9/58
addition to the title of the 103rd Sc Jammes Road a. could ever mistake this beautiful car for a

Commander, Naval Training Volkswagen,we concealed our air-cooled
Command, VAdm.Cagle will also N engine in back. (For better traction.)

hold a second title, serving as toCO i And made it go about 26 miles on just .
director of Naval Education and
Training on the CNO staff. C one gallon.

His major function in this MILITARY-AUTOMOBILE Then we gave this Volkswagen its final

capacity will be to monitor all b disguise:

naval training and education We named it the Karmann Ghia.
programs, make Navy wide

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B. What is now the oldest major in major leagues. lIe won :
tJ!{: ,:, -
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IQ .Z. 6. Who was the last rookie to 1911. IJ
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.. r..., lead a professional football 4. Yes. if an offensive team .. : :
f I team in passing? commits a foul behind its ,k :
Answer own goal line two pointsare 1
1. Who kicked the longest field awarded to the defen-
goal in the history of the 1. Tom Dempsey, New Or- sive team. : ....
NFL on Nov. 8, 1970? leans Saints 63 yards. Previous 5. White Sox Park in Chicago, IOSiN l1f
2. What pitchers were the Cy record held by Bert which opened in 1910. ConnIe .f}
Young Award winners in Rechichar: of the Colts at 56 Mack Stadium in Phila- _.
1970? yards. delphia and Forbes Field in
3. Who was Cy Young? 2. Bob Gibson of the Cardinals Pittsburgh were opened in f
4. May points ever be awardedas and Jim Perry of the Twins. 1909. Both are now closed.
. a result of a penalty in 3. Denton T. (Cy) Young was 6. Greg Cook, Cincinnati BenRals -
football? the winnlngest pitcher ever 1969.



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awarding them their trophies last Sunday at the NAS Golf Course. (L
M1 RING.oF FUME RESTAURANT to RI) Mike Cooney and Ray Houston, low net winners with a score of
_____ I II 4V,Jeff Shemmons and Jim Kinder,low net runner up with a score of
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INCLUDING DESSERT AND BEVERAGE 4uI Fall Intramural SeasonJaxThe



1I1"I\\\\\\\ 1971 Fall Intramural season gets off to a big start next
week with three different leagues starting competition.
-r Intramural Touch Football starts next Monday with 14 teams
scheduled to compete. Play starts at 4:30: p.m. with Air Ops vs
IN ORANGE PARK THE WORLD'S FICEUR on the north field and ComFairJax Hospital on the south
LINNKEEPER"I field.Tuesday,at4:30 p.m.Medical meets VP-while MARTD takeson
I 1-295 at Park Avenue (US 17)) Communications and on Wednesday afternoon VW-4 meets
NARJAX at north and the Mad Foxes meet the Bee's on south.
Phone 264.9513 Also starting on Monday is the Intramural Golf League which
will see 14 teams competing for the championship.
t [ 1 t [ 1 [ [ [ 1 [ I I [ I I [ AU tee-off times will be at 2 p.m. with the schedule for next week as
follows: Monday-A-C Maint Hospital on the front nine and Dragons
No.vs.Supply on the back nine; Tuesday-MARTD vs NARJAX No.2
and Dragons No.2 vs.FICEUR; ThursdayNARJX No.2 and DragonsNo.
.2 vs.FICEUR; Thursday-NARJAX No. 1 vs VP-45 and Supply vs

V __**__* _***__* VW-4 Next; Friday Thursday-VAW11 a new vs league 679th begins and FICEUR competition vs VP-5.at NAS. This is the

Intramural Pistol League which will have 18 teams competing. On
U Thursday VP-5 No. 1 will meet the Marine Barracks and the Navy

______________________ Finance Office will meet FICEUR. On Friday Communications will
take
on MARTD and VP-56 will challenge A-C MaintWith
% OPERATIONCHRISTMAS these three leagues starting action next week,tennis starting in
two weeks and bowling already off to a good start, there. promises to be
CARD plenty of action for the NAS sports fan.
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Servicemen In 27 Military Hospitals and Combat Units in Major

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Jax Sports BriefsIntramural


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Bowling

Jax-There were some noteworthy scores rolled l'this week in Intramural *
Bowling as Roger Ocampo of the Alley Cats in the National
League rolled a 175-246-176-a 594 series,Cpl. W. B, Lee of the Split
Finders had a 570 series with a 201.169-200 and Lt Pat Hildebrand of
the Women's Lib team rolled a 153.147.174 series.
In the Atlantic League Sgt Ken Coots of the Good and Bad team
knocked the pins down for a 574 series with a high of 201 and in the
di4 Continental League AXC Roger Jones of the AIMD CPO's had a 578
with a 202 game.

Tennis Anyone ?

rc A7 i r Jax-The 1971 Fall Intramural Tennis League is scheduled to start
September 20. Anyone interested in the league is asked to call the
; athletic office at Ext 3239 as soon as possible.

Lady Golfers Meet

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Jax-The Jacksonville Ladies Golf Association, NAS,will have a ..,
coffee to kick off the new gqlf season.
The coffee will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Ladies Lounge at
I Navy Jax Team Brings Home LaurelsJax the NAS Golf Course. All members and prospective members are
cordially invited to attend.
The Navy Jax in the 11-12 girls, Michael excellent coaching
Swim Team recently Scott, top point maker in available. Anyone interested Wives Organize Bowling LeagueNavy
returned from the Greater the 7 8 age group and may call Mrs.
Jacksonville Swim Classic Jacqui Brennock the top Kangas at 264-6084 or Mrs. Wives are invited to the start of the Ladies Invitational
held at Bolles School with point maker in the 6 and Catoe at 725-8161. Bowling Here's League,tonight at 7:30 in the NAS' Bowling Alley
chance
your ladies to enjoy and support your own league.
three trophies and many under group.
medals and awards. _.. -
Medals from the Swim
Winning the trophies for
Classic went to Pam
5'5
the team were Diane Kangas with a first and ,ppppp ca e"erlas BlandinpBoulevardHouse
Kangas, top point maker second, Adrian Glaraton of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Phone Shopping 771.9223 Center

.... .. .. ..' ... .... .. ...'. with a second, Jennifer
is
Every FRIDAY I Night
Fitzpatrick a third, John w Every SATURDAY Night is FAMILY NIGHT
rJ Brennock two second
(1cl Your choice' ofChicken
place medals and Jim STEAK
an ') nan Scott with three second 179 &
%t place medals. I Dumplings 79

"<:.........,..\*,'\' J \i J9II; as Also winning ribbons for N IGHT Chopped Steak

the :swim team were Ben 34 lib Club" teak with Baked Potato ..and any 2 vegetables, 3 read and Butter
5821 San Juan at Niblick Catoe, Paul Scott and LUNCH 11 AM tilt PM DINNER4PMtil8PMThat's
Phone 384.4406c@29 Chris Taylor.

The swim team will .
I 1,2 and 3 BEDROOMS resume its practices on
_MENTS GARDEN TYPE APART. September 15 at the NAS

INDIVIDUAL AIR CON- Indoor Pool and anyone
DITIONING AND HEATING interested in joining the
DRAPES FURNISHED team is asked to attend.
WALL TO WALL CARPETING
LARGE SWIMMING" POOLS Beginner swimmers are ,

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