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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 29 NO. 26 'Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. SEPTEMBER 16, 1971
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Navy Exchange Boasts .CFC'S ?, ,

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JaxA $3,500 contribution from Navy Exchange em-

ployees hereset, off the opening of the 1971 Navy Com-
bined Federal Campaign at the annual kick. off meeting #' ?x F E ,b

c at NATTC's King Hall Monday morning. This is the

ninth straight year that exchange employees have beenin

s sf on opening day contributions by presenting a check at

the initial campaign meeting.

Cdr; M. J. Ott, Navy Exchange
Officer, presented the check to and military personnel during
Capt. John Kincaid, moderator last year's campaign and urged .
: for the meeting. The check keymen to solicit an even better j ju
represents 167 per cent of the support from the Navy com-
Navy Exchange's entire goal for munity again this year.
this year's drive.Another The Combined Federal rA
contribution had Campaign, which runs through
been submitted by the 679th October 22, is an annual drive to
Radar Squadron, who reported obtain funds for the 46 different
117 per cent of their goal so far. organizations of the United Fund,
Capt. Richard O'Loughlin International Service Agenciesand
:::: :; who is chairman for the National Health Agencies
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NavYI Duval Steering Committee which provide services to in- -_.._ ...-- '- .
r Coordinating Group for the dividuals locally and throughoutthe
FIRST CONTRIBUTION. Cdr. M. J. Ott (r), Navy Exchange Officer -
I campaign, represented RAdm. country.
I ti Lawerence Geis, co-chairman for Funds from the Combined presents check for $3,500 to Capt. John Kincaid. The con.
Is the first to set off the
tribution from Navy Exchange Employees
the Federal Campaign in Duval Federal Campaign will go to aid
;; County. needy folks old and young, will annual CFC, which runs through October 22.
f} RFFf Other speakers Ed Nelson, reach countless sick.poor,hungry
campaign chairman for the and homeless,and will help In the Learn To
< Sic } United Fund; Charles Turner, .continuing search for a cure for Compute
.) '.'ti, local vice president of the cancer'and heart disease.At .
American Cancer Society; and the campaign kickoff,
ij f Col. C. A. Thompson, USAF Jacksonville campain Your Own TaxesJax
;: (Ret.), field representative for representatives also stresed the
the International Service importance of contributing
Agencies, spoke to the com- through the payroll deduction When income tax time tax preparer?
I manding officers drive coor plan, an easy, practical way to rolls around once again, will you Because of an urgent need for
;I 0 NEAP dinators and keymen who at- donate your share by monthly be able to prepare your own qualified tax preparers, the
: tended the rally.]] They praised the allotment through the Navy return? Or would you like to be Education Services Offke here is
.... outstanding support from federal Finance Office. able to make money as an income offering a 66-hour course in tax
:::: preparation to interested

:.}.::.::. M 11.Er P03s To Join Acey DuceJax y Clubsdue dependents military personnel on station.and their

:.::.: Classes will be held Tuesdays ;
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.... and Thursdays from 6:30: 9:30:
:::: Third class petty officers "This will be done as a means of to the size of facilities while p.m. in Room 236 at Hangar 1000,
:::: will soon be extended the right to underscoring the responsiblestatus othet bases will require a phasing beginning Tuesday night Each
patronize all Acey Ducey clubs, of petty officers third class in approach because of more class will be limited to 30
according to Adm. Elmo Zum- and to provide them with an limited facilities.As students. The course is designedto
::::. walt, CNO. additional privilege in a result, all commands are aid those who have no previous
A message from the CNO recognition of their position being requested to make plans to training in filling out individual
stated that in the near future all within the Naval organization implement this new policy as federal income tax returns.
first and second class petty of he said. rapidly as local conditions will The entire course costs $45 plusa
ficers' messes open will be Adm. Zumwalt stressed that permit registration fee of $10, payablethe
f redesignated as petty officers' some bases will be able to im- first night of the class.

messes open. plement this plan immediately,.. Calling All Balance may be paid in two Installments -
September 30 and
October 15, or in a lump sum. All
RTC ( W) study materials (three complete
fi income tax manuals) and work-
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.... books are included.For .
.. Boot Pushers
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........ further information, call
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........ i the ESO at Ext 2696.
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:: Jax Past and present com-
:: ReliefVolunteers
pany commanders at RTC (W) Navy
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Bainbridge are making tentative
plans for an October reunion to
11: commemorate RTC (W) Bain-
ti+' iat bridge's 20th birthday. Jax--The Navy Relief
r v Time, place and other in- Office here has put out a
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I formation will be determined if call for more volunteer
WIVES HELP FAMILY SERVICES Barbara Howard, presidentof enough people indicate interest.If workers.A .
...... the Navy Wives Club of America, Jax 86,presents a check from club you know any former three-day Navy Relief
.. RE members to Lt. Elsie Watkins, Family Services Officer to help buy Bainbridge "boot pushers", ask Training course for
j cots to be loaned to new Navy families upon their arrival here at NAS them to contact: volunteers will be taught at
Jax. Also present are Mrs. Maria Bennett (I), vice president, Mrs. PNCS Betty Lou Deno, USN the Navy Relief Office in
:::: John Kincaid, club sponsor; Mrs. Joan Hardy and Mrs. Ann Jirar. BuPers (Pers B2026)) Bldg. 953 from 9 a.m. to 12
:::: deau, (second from right) who supervises volunteer workers at the Washington, D. C. 20370 a.m.daily September 27-29.
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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

' Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised."
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Jon Ronnie Ronnie Phil Cay The

Pirates Jon and the and the and the and the and the Beach Cats

and the Australian Australia Soul I Soul Chantels ,

Cove Australian Vamps Vamps Society Society
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Alex" The Mushroom Beef and
A cey-D ucey Grilled( Huston and Royal Crestmen Steak' stew. Meatballs

Ham Steaks His Blue.
Club Dummy .

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The Happy Hour Happy Hour
CPO String Whatevers Jimmy Tommy'C' 4'30.6'30: : 4:30-6:30: :
and the
Ousters Fair Strickland p.m. .
Club' Seminoles:




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Seafood The MarBloody Package italian
Lunch Buffet Store
Officers Four Night
Beefeaters Steak
Open Night

Cb I9 ptm. : : Clubs 4 1130a.p.m.m-: Club Closed ::6:30.9p.m.: 630.9 p.m.
6:30: 4:30m6:30HappyHour .



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Pirates CPO Officers Acey-Ducey Support

Cove Club Club Club Jl&JWl

Monday thru Thur

11 I.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday Your
Friday 11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Breakfast. Nattc personnel will be served from 5:50.6:30: : a.m.; NAS and all

.. 11..m..n p.m. other tenant commands after 6:30.:
11 I m to 2 m
Friday & Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday Lunch. Nattc personnel served from 11 to 12 a.m.; NAS and other commands
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11..m..l1p.m. Noon to Midnight after 12.DinnerAll.
t a.m. to 2 a.m. Fri-Sat personnel served from to 6:15: p.m.
Sunday 11a.m..la.m. Monday thru Thur Chub

t I.m. to Midnight 11 a.m to Midnight Friday, September 17 Buttered Mixed Vegetables,

BREAKFAST-Chllled Pineapple Blueberry Pie.Tuesd.y.
Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Scram
bled Eggs with Cheese, Choice of September 21BREAKFAST..Hominy
Teen Club HappeningsDance 1E11IIE11E Bacon or Ham, Lyonnalse: Potatoes, Grits,
-T Creamed Dried Beef Assorted Danish Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto
Pastry. Order, BaKed Corned Beef Hash,
to the music of'Mad Dog tomorrow night from 8 to 11:30 p.m. m DINNER-New England Clam Soft or Hard Cooked Eggs, Choice of
Bacon or Pork Butts, Minced Beef,
Chowder Salmon Cakes or Grilled
Admission will be$1.25 for members and$1.75 for guests. Frankfurters Baked Macaroni with Assorted Cake Doughtnuts.DINNERMinestrone .
The new Teen Club Is expected to open Nov. 13. It will be located in Cheese,Seasoned Lima Beans, Yellow Soup, Baked
Building( 537. mwPROTESTANT Cake with Chocolate Icing. Beef Loaf or Turkey Ala King, Baking
SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Hamburgers Powder Biscuits, Whipped Potatoes,
n.1r or Cheeseburgers. Boiled Navy Beans, Buttered Broccoli
Local ChurchTo SU P PE R..Stuffed Pork Chops, Dutch Apple Pie.
Brown SANDWICH LINE-Simmered
Gravy, Rice Pilaff, Ap.
plesauce, Creamed Style Corn, Frankfurters with Sauerkraut or Ham
Seasoned Brussels Sprouts, Yellow & Cheese on Rye.
Help TransientsAny NAVAL AIR STATION Cake with Chocolate Icing. SUPPER..Pan Roast of Beef,
Natural Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes,
Saturday, 18BREAKFASTHot Grilled Potato Cakes, Seasoned Green
serviceman moving into SUNDAY Oatmeal, Fried Beans, Hot Spiced Beets, Dutch Apple
portunity should call the Church School (all ages) 9:15: Eggs to Order, Grilled French Toast Pie.
who needs
the Jacksonville area Reverend Edward Keefer at the a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine with Maple Syrup, Choice of Luncheon Wedneday,4eptember 22
kitchen utensils and other church office, phone 7811844. Worship 10:30: at All Saints' Meat or Pork Sausage, Hashed BREAKFAST-Cooked Farina,.
Browned Potatoes,
Assorted
household necessities Cake
may use Fried Eggs to Order, Home Fried
facilities offered by a local Chapel. Doughnuts. Potatoes, Choice of Pork Sausage or
church. Good Shepherd Lutheran Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork &
church is offering free of charge FLIP WILSON, one of 24 High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- Cheese Breakfast Sandwiches Meat or ,Grilled French Ham Fried& BeansCreamed Dried Beef, Southern
most household essentials and children who joined the Air Forceas nex. Junior and senior youth Potatoes, Baked Beans, Assorted Style Corn Bread, Pecan Rolls.
Grilled
have a variety of selections for soon as he was old enough: Fellowship-1:30: p.m. a t Bldg. 722. Cake Doughnuts, Pumpkin Pie. Beef DINNER.Vegetable Steaks, Mushrooms Soup Gravy,
the transient service families. 'I'm the only guy who went into Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at SUPPER-Cream of Potato Soup, Baked Potatoes with Sour Cream,
the service to get some privacy.' small Chapel. Southern Style Fried Chicken, Buttered Brussel Sprouts, Cream
Any service family wishing to Whipped Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce,
avail themselves of this q>- (Quote) Tuesday Seasoned Peas, Hot Spiced Beets, Styled SANDWICH Corn Kernels LINE-Grllled, Cherry! Pie.Ham
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Pumpkin Pie.
burgers and Cheeseburgers.
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science SUPPER-Barbecued Frankfurtersor
Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. Sunday, September 19BREAKFASTHomlny Beef Balls Stroganoff, French
Grits, Fried Buttered Cauliflower,
Potatoes
JTAX AIR NEWS NAVALIIOSPITAL Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs Pie.
Divine to Order, Seasoned Lima Beans, Cherry
Worship-11 a.m. at Cheese Omelet Choice of
(1/ Bldg. 500. Ham or Bacon, Home Fried Potatoes, Thursday,September 23
,
Assorted Cake Doughnuts. BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal
BRUNCH-Fried Chilled Plums, Fried Eggs to Order,
Eggs to Order
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper CATHOLIC Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham., Grilled French Toast. with Maple
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St.Edward's burgers, French Fried Potatoes, Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Ham, Hash
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a Chapel. Sunday Mass8a.m. Baked Beans, Assorted Cake Browned Potatoes, Iced Coffee Rings.,

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Topping.Doughnuts Banana Cream Pie with Grilled DINNER-TomatO Beef Liver or Baked Rice Beef Soup&

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and SUPPER-Split Pea Soup, steak Noodles, Parsley Boiled Potatoes,
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Friday-ll:30: a.m. Wednesday Smothered with Onions, Brown Buttered Fresh Carrots, Buttered
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Mass 11:30: a.m. at the Naval Gravy. Parsley Buttered Potatoes, Spinach, Banana Cream Pie with
Seasoned Green Beans, Buttered Topping.
3119. Hospital Chapel. Saturday Squash, Banana Cream Pie with SANDWICH LINE.-Variety Meat
Confessions-4:15 and 5p.m. Topping. Sandwich or Grilled Cheese.SUPPERSouthern .
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made NATTC Fried Chicken,

available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. in Monday, September Cream Gravy, Whipped Potatoes,
national of the purchaser, user, or BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried Cranberry Sauce, Bread Dressing,
creed color, origin or sex Building 500. Eggs to Order, Blueberry Griddle Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Boiled
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection 01 this policy of equal Cakes with Maple Syrup, Baked Pork Pinto Beans, Banana Cream Pie with
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print ,t Y"n Classic & Beans, Choice of Pork Sausage or Topping.
Luncheon Meat,
advertising from that source. Assorted Cake
We don't mind getting gigged Doughnuts.

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries for haircuts, dirty fatigues, etc., DINNER-Creole Pork, Brown Gravy Soup,, Snowflaked Pan Roastof REPLACE WOtNOffntMftDCUCTtlCM.
but when in CORN..
an G I inspection
Potatoes,
Chilled
concerning such should be directed to: Apple Sauce,
we get nailed for hoar frost on Mexican Corn, Buttered Spinach,
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY the boardwalk, that's going too Blueberry Pie.SANDWICH. .
far. It is said that salt will re-
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 move it, but there isn't enough LINE-Grilled Hamburgers -
Telephone 388-2755 salt even to season the soup. So and Cheeseburgers.
if you know of any defrosting SUPPER-ltallan Spaghetti with
VOL. 29 NO. 26 SEPTEMBER 16, 1971 device suitable for a battery Meat Toasted Sauce Cuban or Baked Lasagna,

area we'll chip in for it. Cheese, Buttered Sticks Asparagus Parmesan Tips, ... oroca na SMOCKM9 TMTMAGE //
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Help Save Hearts Too Good To DieEditor's



Note: The It's first goal is to bring courage an expansion of service. It takes advantage travenous medications, it
American Heart about, through public and coronary care facilities to of this principle: is often possible to
Association is one of the professional education, a cover as many as possibleof Death from heart attack forestall such crises when
eight National Health drastic reduction in the the nation's 7000 ,is* not necessarily the the first indications of
Agencies supported time intervening between hospitals treating acutely result of heart muscle danger present them-
through the Combined the-onset of heart attack ill patients. About 3000 damage but instead may selves.
Federal Campaign. The symptoms and the in hospitals are now be due to a reversible Unfortunately, coronarycare
annual drive, which runs dividual's admission to a equipped to render such electrical derangement of service is of value
through October 22, also hospital.The service, and the number is heart rhythm occuring as only to those who
aids four International key issue here is to constantly growing.A the result of relatively recognize the warning
Service Agencies and the acquaint millions of third is to spearhead minor heart muscle In- symptoms and who seek
United Fund. Americans with the needto programs for the trainingof jury. medical assistance. Each
Many heart attack get immediate medical doctors and nurses to The usually fatal crises minute that passes,
deaths result from elec- assistance, and to Instantly staff coronary care units. include ventricular following the onset of an
trical irregularities of the recognize these Behind these concepts is fibrillation (heart moving attack, diminishes its
heart. These abnormalities usual warning symptomsof the most important life wildly), experienced by potential value.
often can be heart attack: saving development to about 10 percent of sur-
corrected by the use of A prolonged, oppressivepain emerge from the 19GOs a viving heart attack
new electronic devices, or discomfort in the system whereby the patients; ventricular )INItI.JPAPPROVED .
new drugs and other center of your chest, just heart's electrical activityis tachycardia (extremely
techniques which are behind the breastbone.The constantly monitored by rapid and inefficient
reducing in hospital pain may radiate to special equipment and beating), about 25 per
mortality from heart a shoulder, arm, neck or staff, with an alarm cent, and unexpected
attack by about 30 per system bringing trained cardiac arrest (cessationof
cent. jaw.The pain or discomfort is personnel within seconds if circulatory functions)
Your Heart Association often accompanied by there is any change in from 10 to 20 per cent.
forsees the realistic sweating. heart rhythm or rate In coronary care units,
prospect of salvaging at Nausea, vomiting and above or below a present these and other conditionsare
least 50,000 "hearts too shortness of breath may range. correctable. ;.
good to die" through also occur. This is coronary care Moreover, through in-
specialized coronary care The symptoms may
services, and has acceptedsome subside, then return.
major challenges The second major objective
looking toward such an of your Heart
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4 VC-2 Det Cecil Leading Chief
ADCS Lorvale Smith retired
after 30 years service in
ceremonies conducted at the VC2 -
hangar last August 31. Chief
Smith was appointed main-
tenance Chief of the squadronand
served in that capacity until
his retirement.
A01 Ralph W. Cameron of
CLAW-1 re-enlisted last week in WM+vP
ceremonies held in Commander r
Shea's office. Cameron, who is
the conventional weapons instructor -
I ADCS L Smith for CLAW-1 added three
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V'.41":.'/ I Naval service.
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division at Air Operations re-
Fh. enlisted last week for three more
.- jrya years. Butler first entered the
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resides at 823 LeMarche Drive
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children.
AK1 Donald Lee Colley of
Attack Squadron 15 reenlistedlast r
week for two more years to
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previous Naval service. x w..
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I Roach' Racer Records A Jax First spectator the After spray Security, it can was had only discovered subdued contained that the

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Jax The annual NAS 500 Entrants included Rickets representing various tenant he spun out of control and landed lifted and the race continued. The
I Roach Race was held this from NAS Lightning and commands.
past
on his back. But you can't keep a spectator was placed under
week with entrants coming from Slowpoke from NATTC, and Midget was the smallest en- good roach down and Lightningwas arrest for public display of a

holes all over NAS. Rocket, Screech and Midget trant in the race, measuring in at soon back on his feet and in warped sense of humor.

4 an inch. Midget comes from along the race.
By the 490th lap, Slowpoke had
line of roach racers and this
taken an unsurmountable lead
was his first big race. Screech lost one of his feelerson and it was his race the rest of the

Last year's winner and the 420th lap after a brush with way. Slowpoke took the

defending champ, Rally Roach, the wall and lost control. The last checkered flag with Midget

was not able to enter this year's time he was seen, he was headed second, Lightning third and

contest after his trainer stepped north through the grass on the Rickets fourth.Slowpoke's .

on him during a contractual athletic field.
first place finish
disagreement a few months ago. Midget, who was holding a
moved him up to the number four
commanding lead into the
pulled
,
the all time cracker
The race went as expected for trash pile on the 450th lap for position on
crumbs winners list. Besides the
..yr 100 laps with Rocket leading the some quick break crumbs,but his
race and Midget running a close crew had trouble getting him two cents worth of cracker
second. Rocket into bad luck crumbs he also won a free one-
ran
back onto the track. By the time
week for his wife and two
on the 110th lap, however, when he did get back on the track he trip
four of his legs went out on him. had lost valuable time and little roaches to Barry's Burger

He tried to make it on the other Slowpoke took the lead.A Barn.

four but he had trouble on the near tragedy occured on the All the fans agreed that it was

turns, so he had to pull into the fourth turn of the 480th lap when an exciting race and everyonewas

trash pile. That ended the race one of the spectators came out already talking about next

THE WINNER ...and new champion, Slowpoke.'Nothlng toll was for him. onto the field with a spray can In week's big 200 Roach Dirt Road
the cry by the non-partisan NATTCenter fans. It looked like Lightning was out his hands and sprayed it all over Rally to be held on a dirt track
of the race on the 300th lap when the track. somewhere near the river.


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It i Back To School Traffic Tips Squadron News

Safety experts offer these suggestions to parent and studentsfor
'\ a safer school year: .L

:. Children should understand that they are never .to accept I
gifts or rides from strangers. Alpha CrewVP45
'; Bicycles should be walked across busy streets in marked
I crosswalks or at intersections. Before permitting them to ride
'1 bicycles to school, be sure your children can handle their bikes Skipper, Cdr. C.F. Cook, I
> with skill, and know and observe bicycle regulations. (AI'PS) took time at quarters to A
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congratulate his first 'ALPHA' .
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Crew,Crew 21.The crew's PPC is ,
End tbe SHAME and TEARS of LCdr II. Ford. Other crew LY8? r r s

> members are LCdr. J. Means, ,. ,
Tactical Coordinator; Lt. J. '

BED WETTINGPACIFIC Love Pilot, Co-pilot. Navigator; LtJgK ATI. Koschak G.P, \ 1vL1 '. C ,

White, Radio Operator; AMS1
INTERNATIONAL \ E.L. Echols, Flight Engineer.
HAS ENDED BEDWETTINGFOR AW2 E.F. Chittick, Observer.
HUNDREDS OF ti, AWl L.J. Zurn, Radar MAD. '
THOUSANDS IN THE PAST AW2 D.A. Higgs, Julie Operator; '
TWENTY YEARS AW3 J.P. Connelly, Jezebel
When children discover that a playmate d Operator; A01 J.R. Duck, Ord- J.R. Duck,
and
A01
wets his bed, the result can be merciless nanceman;
teasing and serious psychological problems. AWl L.J. Zurn and AMS1 E.L. i
The entire family can be effected. The cost c sand Echols. __ ..
work of taking care of a bed wetting child
can cause friction and Irritability among FINAL GOODBY- LCdr. Ed Sapp of VW-4, closes
parents. VP45AT2
It Is quite possible that your child will y out a distinguished naval career spanning 30 years, I
EVENTUALLY outgrow bedwettlng, but quite an accomplishment from Seamen Apprentice to
what happens until that time comes? Medical I Keith B. Welch retired

authorities feels that have he Is stated areal disgrace that a to bedwettlngchild his family. ..,. after 25 years of Naval Service in Lieutenant._.._ ___.__Commander.________._ nO! !!I......&1.1!_
Statistics prove that a bedwettlng child .. ceremonies conducted at the raILIIIill :mT
achieves below his ability In school. And .e. Patrol Squadron Forty-Five
the child 'Is embarrassed and ashamed rJ. spaces in hangar 1000.
.. But now, bedwettlng, when not caused by -- Petty Officer Welch received a _
x
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organic defect or disease can be ended.
Safely Permanently Letter of Appreciation from the + .
No other method has proven more ef- Executive Officer prior to being rij
fective. Proof? ..rAN1": piped over the side. The letter _
We guarantee In writing. Send this coupon I e. ... \ -j _
for free booklet. .n read In part, 'I take pleasure in iii
PARENTS'M _
adding my personal appreciationof
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yyyI that of and the '
------- -- your shipmates
.\ I 'Mall to: p iii-I International :::Y.t United States Navy for your

P.O. Box 1542 Orlando, Fla. 12802 I active service in behalf of our
J0-t<42050I country. I am confident that you
I Parents will continue to 1J
I serve your
Name MilitaryActive: D Retired O
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country and community in a fA
j Address I commendable manner, and I add
City State<< my best wishes for your con- df t r*.
I tinued success in the future.' t ..4
Zip. Phone -Child's' ge?-.. Prior to serving with- Patrol .
)'1970 Pacific Intern.tionilltd. (Must be 4 or Older) J Squadron Forty Five, Petty :..' iI

Officer Welch served with Fleet AT2 A. V. Monte of VP-
RE MMEWJED AND aEO W MAN* M D
at
Air
Air Wing Six Marine Corps THEAUTOBAHN
45 Is reenlisted and
Station Iwakuni
,, Japan.
t presented a squadron

_. .; plaque by Cdr. R. E.
M fff afaaKMi afmrnms ii i t aia '
,.:. Herring, VP-45's executive

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RACING WHEELS INTERNATIONAL CRAGAR
THE GALLEY ROYALE 120 MOTEL ROOMS COLOR TV KEYSTONE GABRIEL HIJACKER AIR SHOCKS

Meals and Snacks _| Boat Trailer Tires $6.76 ,
OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 2 SWIMMING POOLS lu. llfac.w. Beach Buggy Flotation $25.44 .
__[Complete line of Chrome Beach buggy: Parts
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PLAN M-H plus tax

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PREMIUM BEER-CHOICE CUT STEAKS
I 1948 PHONE 389.9161 or 388.2423
Blanding Boulevard ; ITALIAN SANDWICHES-SPAGHETTI :
INSUIANCI.. PHONE 389.0338 Electronic Wheel Balancing
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Automobile OUR SPECIALITY)
Insurance
For Everyone -! ,
: HOURS: I Analyzed Electronically
SAME DAY COVERAGE d Ja) Sun. Thwri fpm 11,30pm t:: e/ S&H GREEN STAMPS
Friday 4pm II45 am
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO. I Q J Closed Tuesdays Saturday fpm 12:4)am: j. -- With AU Purchase
Home Office: Bloomington,Illinois I 3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 1. 4710 SAN JUAN AVENUE
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We. have a complete line of HAULS! I.. CARL B. JORDAN, RANDOLPH S. TRUITT, I WELCOME HERE
(USN, Ret.) .
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.Four Miles South ofNAS.Highway 17.Orange Park Cole Slaw and Hush puppies I 1
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I IH SEASON :: AAf4 S8 EXTRA 4118 PHILIPS HWY. 737-4366
Featuring Specially Prepared I' Imported ServiCenter 5070 NORMANDY BLVD. 387-6489
Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs J (Formerly Roosevelt Mall Pure) Over 150 New S Und/ Mobil./ Home* .
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On Blanding (State Road J1)) 11 .II" ( 8024 HERLONG ROAD : ; i-- \
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S. Military Retired ; Ph.355-6443 .
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('buicK MILITARY DISCOUNT "O\\\e) Brand New U7I Models
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Jax Our times are
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hectic, indeed. Everyone

T seems to be looking for a f
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cause to support or
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tI everywhere -- even in

Jacksonville.But .
I the
for
fortunately
,
icN : one-half million people in

Duval County, these
anxieties are calmed by

the efforts of many

voluntary social agencies

which receive community

support.The .
annual Combined

Federal Campaign, now

underway through October

22, calls upon all of the Jax
f to give
K Navy Complex
again this year to help
.
make Jacksonville a -
hand and a little encouragement never hurts.
Their helping
', better place to live.
-- appeal is for $220,000.Cont. .
One picture is worth a thousand words.
I ( on Next Page) We Offer the largest Selection of f

QfNfRAL1UCTR/C/ Dl/ArlAS AbMitiAl $P *0 OUtM 24' WIDE Mobile Homes in N. Florida!

We also represent 27 Manufactuers of 12'wide models.We .

Trade for Anything Most All Models and
From Billie Coats
Floor Plans IN STOCKIto !
Battleships!
See US TO DAY
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for Jobs in rnervl'I
fa.challenl', ticketing pas
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5,000 BTU Room-Size Unit .7 !I,benefits ramp agent including, etc.

Adjustable air dir.ctionallollvtrl) 18,000 t.

Installation kit Included BTU AN INTERESTING CAREER FOR MEN-WOMEN-COUPLES

Two Eleven speed position fan thermostat Multi I -Room Unit Motel ManagementTrain

10,000 BTU ROOM-SIZE UNIT. Infinite position thermottat Two speed fanPermon.nt
for ,
washable filters Installs In window: stimulating well-paying
positions as managers, asst. managers
or through the wallBADCOCK'S I ,,desk clerks, housekeepers,
hostesses Training includes practical
O Now's The Time To 1 Buy 1 The AirConditioner motels instruction at school owned

t Of 1 Your Choice./ Our I
TRAIN FOR A HIGH-PAYING CAREER AS A
Entire Stock Is Priced to Sell!,
Heavy Equipment

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Bed Complete $59.95 Norge Automatic Washer 159.95 f Insurance Adjusting
Bunkbeds $73.85 Hot Point Dishwasher $179.95 ,I .:.r.1f".J; '- ;
Sewing Machines $59.95 7 pc. Living Rm. Group $149.95 I,." I .1 f.
,)' i Adjusters and Investigators are urgently
Repossessed Living Rm. Grp. $99.95 4 pc. Bedroom Group $108.00 r needed to settle billions of

2 pc. Spanish Living Rm Suite $149.95 Food Freezer $149.95 I(II dollars salary in claims, company each car year.and Excellent expense

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.Do Your Part !r j

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Last year, the Navy requires give and take, no _
community contributed matter what the system of
$281,000, exceeding their government. We're lucky
goal by$73,000. If you were enough to live in a com- I'I'J
among those who donated, munity that believes that J
you have helped a sick and helping neighbors in i
crippled child to get well, trouble is something we do
you have helped cut downon voluntarily because we
juvenile delinquency want to. That's always Lr
i
through constructive been the American Way.
youth guidance programs, Your contribution, along
you have helped a familyon with thousands of others, r .,JJ
the verge of breakingup worked hard for you all ,
,
to find domestic year long. The sum total ,- ; S..
.
through to what eachof -
tranquility gave strength -
counseling, you have us gave. By itself it Time. 'effort''rewarding to Red Cross volunteers I
helped the aged find could have done little. But, _
comfort, you have helped when added together, it
members of the Armed became a mighty force
Forces find wholesome working hard to help II -

recreation through the people. L: -it ''TIm
USO, and you have helped Help your Combined !
those caught in disaster Federal Campaign help
find relief. others to help themselves.
All of us benefit indirectly Remember, if you don't do Because of your contributionshe
from our own it-it won't get done. has someone to turn to. yn

contributions. Without A' .
health, recreation and
welfare agencies to help r
those in need, we would
live in a troubled com-
munity, even if we are j' 'T'S
lucky enough to avoid i
trouble ourselves. v
Living in a community

T'JIt Making life a little easier.

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t t t4:.J For CecilSubj I present rank last October and at husband's selection. 'I'm very
The Atlantic Fleet Naval Air is one of the proud but not surprised; he will
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years-of-age
: NAS Cecil Field Dress serving and eating areas.c. Force (NAVAIRLANT) has 34 men in the Navy to be a good man for the job'
\ Code: 'Appropriate Civilian No white undershirts will be selected a new Master Chief advance youngest to E9. The Johnsons now reside in
J, Attire' worn as an outer garment Petty Officer it was announced He is married to the former Virginia Beach, Va., with their
( d. Tank shirts and Bib overallsare from the command'sheadquarten Miss Barbara Cade of Lincoln three children: Cindy, 12; Robin,
< 1. Purpose. To publish ac not considered appropriate in Norfolk August ..hpulr. who Said Of her 10; and Virgil, 9.
ceptable standards of civilian civilian attire and are not allowed 27. N
dress on board Naval Air Station, on board this station except in NA V AIRLANT's top enlistedman
Cecil Field, Florisa. BEQ areas, Hobby Shops, Picnic is Master Chief Aviation !I t ,
d 2. Background. The Com areas, athletic fields and in the Ordnancemen Virgil L. Johnson.In zP s
G manding Officer's Enlisted gymnasium.Any shirt worn as an his new assignment he will act y
i Advisory Board met on August outer garment will have sleevesat as the principal advisor to Vice
20, 1971 and recommended a least three inches long from Admiral Robert L. Townsend
criteria for civilian dress for shoulder seam.e. Force Commander, on enlisted ... '..
military personnel on board this Bermuda or dress type personnel matters.
station. Their recommendationshave shorts are authorized in all areas.f. With a 16-year Naval career
been approved by the Clothing which is excessivelyworn behind him the Force's new
Commanding Officer. frayed, soiled or unpressed MCPO will fill the position left-
3. Action. Addressees are is, of course, inappropriate vacant when former
directed to ensure that the anywhere. Athletic clothes are to NAVAIRLANT Master Chief,
following regulations concerning be worn only when engaged in or John D. Whittet, became Master
civilian dress are enforced: proceeding to and from sports Chief Petty Officer of the Navy.
a.No part of the Navy uniform, activities. Chief Johnson is a native of .i :
or of any type of military g. A clean and neat appearancewill Beatrice, Nebraska. He enlistedin
uniform, regardless of where be maintained at all times. the Navy in 1955. volunteering ....
purchased will be worn with The above Code applies to male for aviation duty. He attended "
civilian attire.b. military dependents. It also several service schools throughthe
Footwear will be worn at all applies to male guests of military years including Career rIU
times; footwear with socks will personnel and to military retirees Counseling School. lie has served -
be worn at all times in food when on board the station. with squadrons on both the east I (I ---- .-. ._-- t- *'"
and west coasts and was attached HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS-Master Chief Aviation Ord-
to Attack Carrier Air nanceman Virgil L. Johnson is congratulated with pleasure by Vice
M Wing 17 (CVW-17)) based at NAS Admiral Robert L. Townsend, Commander Naval Air Force, Atlantic
fDIZ THEIR SAKE,""". Oceana, Va. Prior to his Fleet, upon his selection as the Commander's special advisor for
selection as NAVAIRLANTMaster enlisted personnel.The chief's lovely wife. Barbara, looks on.
Wive
CAfFfU Y/I Chief.It .
was COMCVW-17 that >; '
J nominated Chief Johnson for mis .1'

new position, and a board of I
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officers from the NAVAIRLANTstaff t

,headed by Captain Robin E. ,;to. ......
Larson Special Assistant for .
Individuals, selected him above
three other eligible candidates at
the final review. :
The Chief views his new
assignment as an opportunity to
play an important rolein a Navyhe
sees as dynamic and
changing.The .
-people oriented' program

A MESSAGE FROM BE PREPARED !... retention must continue, according to to Johnson.enhance

no obligation.Call However, he said, 'The key to
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Ask for JOE BRACEWELL ,especially a dialogue :
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...For better understanding 0" :. 'Y''..
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of your SOCIAL SECURITY man cannot be overemphasized.' TIME FOR DISCUSSION-Chlef Johnson and his wife Barbara,
and VETERAN BENEFITSalso Chief Johnson considers a (center) share ideas with Vice Admiral Robert I... Townsend, Command -
LIFE INSURANCE Navy career as'real adventure' Naval Air Force, Atlantic Fleet, Captain RE. Larson, his
BRACEWII1J. GULF LIFE He himself advanced to his Special Assistant for Individuals and Rear Admiral J.O. Mayo,
Jot NAVAIRLANT
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AIMD Lt. Awarded Navy "

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Commendation Medal- ,.
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Walter D. Pass of .
harsh
jax-Lt. climate >
and the eternal Throughout his tour, Lt. Pass
has been awarded t the
AIMD scarcity of '
replacement parts. performed his duties under the
Navy Commendation Medal with lIe also conducted building threat of enemy terrorists squadsand (
Combat 'V' for meritorious projects at the Tan aiiIgIadyY
Bihn
Orphanage was subjected to mortar and LAs
in Vietnam from March
service and Children's Shelterat rocket attacks.Lt. I
1970 to March 1971. My Ca village.
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Pass reported here in AprilWhat .
the Maintenance ,
While serving as '.,"
Control Officer at the ,
About LSD?
Naval Air Facilityin Cam ftanh

Bay,Lt. Pass was responsible for
the overall production flow and What Is the LSD state like? subtle brain changes may be 4
or pronounced. It is not '
>
repair of aircraft components for The LSD state varies accord- known whether these alterations
aircraft engaged in combat Ing to the dosage, the personality persist or whether they
operations for Operation Market of the user and the condi- are reversible if the use of LSDis
Time. tions under which the drug is discontinued.Are .
taken. Basically, it causes
Later, serving as the Ground changes in sensation. Vision is peop'e more creative underor
Support Equipment Officer, he markedly altered. Changes in after LSD?
was responsible for the maintenance depth perception and the mean-
and repair of more than ing of the perceived object are People who have taken LSD
of aircraft suppat most frequently described. Illusions feel more creative. Whether
250 pieces
and hallucinations can they actually are or not is dif
equipment. That equipment 'was occur. Thinking may become ficult to determine. In studies
maintained in a high state of pictorial and reverie states are done to compare individuals'
readiness despite the rigors of a common. Delusions are ex- creative capabilities before and
pressed. The sense of time and after LSD experiences, it was
of self are strangely altered. found that no significant
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noon until dark. changes in mental functions discovering great meaning.
The event will feature a have been detected in heavy Many of these phenomena can
be mimicked by the LSD state,
users, but they are not presentin
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Mrs. Maria Bennett, a and attention span, mental con- significantly from the naturalone
member of the FRA, fusion, and difficulty with ab- as an artificial pearl from
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TAMPA for a movie. Continue on Route 540 to :y:
I is at the edge of a region noted
f ti for its natural beauty and great citrus 74m. WINTER HAVEN. It's oranges and :$:

i I N groves. This 189-mile drive is designedto more oranges in this bustling town and, $;

t introduce and your family to the logically enough this is where the FLORIDA :::::
: you
Tour RouteInterstate great wealth of attractions that lie so CITRUS SHOWCASE will tell you and the family i:>.

; i @ Highway Numbers .' close to home. all about this great industry. 97 spring' ::

tJSJ 1 U.S.Highway Numbers ,f'., .1'1 START on John F. Kennedy Boulevard. fed lakes in the region, stocked with game ::!::;
-r and fine beach recreation center at ::|::i
fish, a
(aID State Numbers 60 through some fine
; j Highway Head east on Route
1. ::
of delightful
Lake Silver offers a choice :::;
i : 12 Approximate Mileages pure-bred cattle country to .
;
eating spots if you've packed a family ::
}ti.ti 34m. MULBERRY in the heart of the lunch. Take U.S. 17 northeast through $;::

phosphate mining region. The town re Haines City and some of the finest citrus .$:

:: K ssrn ceived its name from a large mulberrytree grove country in the world. More than 12 $::

r..: 530TolwpeMdlr Pe growing beside the Seaboard Airline million boxes of fruit are processed an- ::|J;

I ....:.... tracks, Before a station was built, shipments nually in this fertile region and groves ;:|S
::1: were marked "put it off at the big stretch to the right and left as far as the $::

:;::.. mulberry tree." MULBERRY was a brawlingwild eye can see. Drive on to ::.:;:.
..:.. and frontier town when the
.. woolly
.JI .. ::
107m KISSIMMEE known as "Cow :$:
1880's.Continue .
: in the
mines began operations
; .r: Lakeland Hanes head of Lake To. :!:
:: Town, standing at the ::;
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City 60 to.
::.:: t on Route
:., sr. 1 92 Wlnte hopekaliga. You are in real cattle country ;:;
:: Pt r[IlssuNG. t.we 43m. BARTOW, a quiet old town of oak-
Plant
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:: /MI linen S40 C'lPlelu now, and boots and saddles and broad- ::::
City shaded named for General Fran-
streets
:: ?4a GARDENS 9 21 GREAT brimmed hats are a part of the landscape. ::::
:: 60 MASTERPIECE cis Bartow of the Confederate army. One Way back in the 70's, Kissimmee offered ;::=
:: Tampa Wales mile east of the town on Route 60 is the
:r: Mulberry Bartow Lake bars where a cowboy could have a drink :::=
..::.:.. world's only phosphate and fossil exhibit without getting off his horse.. In those :::=

:'::0": the PHOSPHATE VALLEY EXPOSITION where lawless days long-haired Cracker cowmen ;i::=
of
:::: you can marvel at the fossilized bones were in the habit of forcing settlement of ::'s::

; Scale of Miles mastodonsandotherprehistoriccreaturesdug claims against the railroad's damage to :::=
from the earth in this region, as well
::r 0 10 20 30 recreations of their cattle by shooting up the trains un ::::
dioramas and life-sized
:::: l I I Ir as til an adjustment was made. Today Brah ::::
:::: thundering monsters that once roamedthe ma cattle are raised on many of the large ::::
earth. ) Continue east on
: (Open daily. "
ranches where visitors are welcome. The :
Route 60 to .
MONUMENT OF THE STATES in Lake Front ::::
""IIN, 59m. LAKE WALES, in the scenic high- Park, is composed of stones from all the :::::

"' KATii'y. land and lake region of Central Florida, states and 22 foreign countries. The park :::
I -- ... ; and the home of the SINGING/ TOWER AND also offers a free zoo. Take route 530 ten :j-:::!
4 : : BROWN MOUNTAIN LAKE SANCTUARY. Given tO the miles west to Interstate 4 and head back, >:::::

tIIf1! ''A 1 .,. .. state by Edward Bok, the SINGING TOWERis southwest,toward ::>:
J.:" r ,. PIANO & SONGSTRESS
the last work and masterpiece of MiltonB. ft
i 1 '- 'A' I Monday through Saturday Medary, Philadelphia architect. Fifty. 153m. LAKELAND, site of FLORIDA SOUTH. i:;:

";.;; SUNNY three bells, the largest weighing 11 tons ERN COLLEGE, which was designed by Frank ijij::
fA3I Singing your favorite the col. :iij:::
tm Lloyd Wright. Wright designed ;
'i-, country&western songs and the smallest 17 pounds, ring out in '
-- 5:00-8:30 carillon recitals afternoon. A short lege so that it could be converted in the :::
......... ..IWNIHHMNMII MINNIinMUUIMN4HMISPECIALRATES / every ::
selection is played each hour. While in event of a disaster, into emergency nous:3:::

FOR SERVICEMEN 6.00 double per person Lake Wales you can give the youngstersan ing. Facing the pool, In the Garden of :;:jj::

Entertainment nltely, Quarterdeck occupancy eerie thrill on SPOOK HILL (5th Street at Meditation, is a Hindu' temple. Continue :ijij:::

Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms .with Lounge TV, Direct A Dine Dill at Phone Biter'i, Olympic Seafood the end of North Ave.) where parked cars on Interstate 4 west to :.:::.::

Swimming Pool. Free Undercover Parking./ appear to roll uphill. The FLORIDA CITRUS 167m. PLANT CITY, known as the "Straw. :|:::

CANNEIIS, o.or, on your way to the Bok berry Capital of the World." Strawberries Si:::

Tower offers interesting guided tours. are harvested from Thanksgiving until ::::::
JASKSWUEMOTOR There's time for a side trip to the GREAT late April and auctioned at the state farm- ::::;:

MASTERPIECE. Seven miles northeast of ers' markets where visitors can hear the ::::;:
HOTEL Lake Wales, facing Lake Pierce, is an as- auctioneer's chant on weekdays through :ijji:::

901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 tonishing mosaic ((300,000 stones in May. Continue west on Interstate 4 on i:::;

Within walking distance to all points of 'Interest 10,000 different colors)which reproduces your way home to :):::

daVlnci's "The Last Supper." Head north 189m. TAMPA. Now how about taking the ::;:
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family YBOR CITY, Tampa'sLatin :::
540 for. Quarter, where the flavor of Spain, .:::;
68m. CYPRESS GARDENS, a tropical Italy and Cuba can be found in a few ::$:::

WESTS IDEKSONVILLE'S I1YEflE wonderland termed by Life Magazine "the blocks. Tampa's Latin population tops ::jj::

Photographer's Paradise." Among the 48,000, and the section is so genuinely ;:::::

I / treats are water ski shows, an electric foreign that signs stating"English spoken :::::
FINEST CASSAT boat ride, and an underwater stage built here" are not uncommon. ::&:..
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time.Experienced Bank Help, Full or Part .:.:.; --.. ...., .....:.......... '" .............. :.. ..... .................: .. .... .. '"
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(between 1234 Kings Park&St Post) VA FINANCINGNo / ;:J""Ott ., : :; }: : E.
New Star Mobile :
money down on .... :;::::: ;: : : ::;: ><" "
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GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern
Pick up &. Delivery Available. trailer and Apts. 389-3007. d YrySY 100 %
Grooming, Defining & Bathlna.
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard WOODY'S MOBILE HOME
accepted Visitors welcome. 5085 TIE DOWN GUARANTEE
Edgewood Crt. 389.0064. Hurricane Tie downs & blocking, 771

7186. We gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
BEARADIOOR we tuned up, tightened,and replaced everything that needed It.
TV ANNOUNCERFor < And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
more Information call 356-8351 """TRANSPORTATION : malor mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and

any hour double check.
45 VW SEDAN o *ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
R&H, Blue, Only $690 x
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS ASTRO MOTORS e ;, ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape 6566 Normandy Blvd.
players. At dealers cost to liquidate e ,
70 VW Sedan $1795Yellow
sto"k. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. '%
RENT-A-CAR
ATLANTIC Speed Transmission, Radio and Heater
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE 18 yrs. and up. Free Delivery, 387.

Auto Repairs.AC,Reasonable.Room units, Central Units.. 5413. _____ __ 69 VW Sedan $1795Air

Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. 49DODGE'SUPER BEE' Conditioned, Radio and Heater, White
38-S 161 Mallory Ignition, dual exhaust,
4711 Palmer Lake Shore overhead cam, AT, 781.2324. :
__ ___ M MM M 69 VW Sedan. $1650Radio
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH
Wilford's Fish Camp. 2649707. (4 OLDS'81' <0, and Heater, Speed, Choice of Colors
2-Door Hardtop, PS, PB, R&H, Only

FLVTOWHERE'Anywhere $820. 66 VW Sedan $1295
instruction ASTRO MOTORS
you want, flight
or charter. Call Dick or Bill 6566 Normandy Blvd. ; Beiy, "OMCCU, conditioned., Radio and Heater.
,781 2636.
.
68 LTD 66 VW Sedan $1095White
LAWNS EDGING&MOWING 2 Door, Hardtop, Brougham, Int, New
Curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We tires, AC, PS. PB. R&H,S1675, Bailey, Radio, & Heater
clean up the mess and leave It neat. Cecil Field Ex. 442.
'
Call Hart, 771-3211 Ext. 8340. - .. 69 VW Fastback $1895Auto
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HORSES BOARDED trans, Air conditioned, R & H Beige./
WALL FLOWER No walls
Pony and donkey rides, Lazy F HONDAMOTORS
Ranch, 5922 Shindler Drive. 772-8862 will fall while Playboy model 68 VW Fastback $1495
Cathy Rowland I is around to
& CYCLES CO. prevent it. This Isometric exercise Speed, Radio and Heater.

REAL/ESTATE 4949 BLANDING BLVD. helps her keep in lovely
PHONE 771-8244 shape. What shape are you in? 69 VW Squareback $2095Air

CASH Conditioned, Speed, Diamond Blue, R&H.

We buy, sell and trade equities.

771.3M5 Louise T. Bailey Broker 68 VW Squareback $1895Radio

FREEPORT and Heater, Diamond Blue, Air conditioned.
'HIDDEN WATERS' T FLY TO
Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots
available. Excellent fishing, boating, GRAND BAHAMAS WE ALSO HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also GOOD, CLEAN IMPORTED COMPACTS AND
permanent home area. High, wooded
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake HOLIDAY SPECIAL DOMESTIC AUTOMOBILES.
Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 7253992.


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3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built-In-Range, LUNCH GUIDEDTOURSOPTION
Cent Heat, Prices from $18,300 up $3.00 Departure Fee WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
PLAN
FHA or VA Terms-Fast Occupancy
Edw 0. Lyon Broker, 781-1422 Sept. 18th
Flight Leaves Jax, 8 a.m.,

For information, reservations Call INC.
LOTS FOR SALE -
Floral Homes, 15 ml. this side Palatka VIRGINIA E. BELL, Realtor ,

388.1855. 1150 LANE AVE SO PHONE 781-5511
2642488or
MLS REALTORS OPEN DAILY a T08:30.SATURDAY'T05

Acreage ..Homes...Trailer lots. (Answering Service) SUNDAY1T04PMI
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l Civil Service HighlightsStudy

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, Explodes Myths





About Hiring HandicappedJax ;: i1:;


A recently completed survey may have exploded some commonly held

misconceptions about employment of seriously handicapped persons, accordingto
the U. S, Civil Service Commission.

; Employment of the severely previous jobs, and the mentally The survey of 397 severely 'I
I !> handicapped is only one facet of abroad retarded.It handicapped employees (more
I program administered by is conservatively estimated than half of them with multiple
( ? the Commission for employment that Federal agencies have impairments) hired by the _
> of the handicapped. Other appointed more than a quarter. Federal Government under a
i categories include the physically million handicapped persons special appointing authority from .
': handicapped, the mentally since the end of World War II. February 1964 to June 30, 1969 '- -
In the under the Buddy Programat
NAVY BUDDIES Navy
.? restored, the retention in other Placements have averaged 12,350 showed. Enlisting
Office Robert Manning (I),
Jacksonville Recruiting are
s jobs of employees who are per year during the last five 1. The hiring and retaining of the Navy
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Manning of 1219 Dena St., and Wilbur I
disabled to perform their Years. severely handicapped employeesdid
i
not pose difficult or unusual Crosby,son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Crosby of 3233 Sunnybrook Lane.
Both boys will undergo recruit training together.
problems for agency managers. ..........................
2. The job performance of the .
Martin Tire Company .
severely handicapped employeeswas VP-83
1918 BLANDING BLVD. Phone 387-4481 as good as, and often better, Mx
iG
than that of nonhandicapped
V1NV persons doing the same kind of
work. HoldsReunion r
Hercules Premium 478 The survey showed that con-
trary to the general assumption,
4Ply Polyester Cord, the severely handicapped do not
often require major alterations in ,
SIZE PRICE a job situation. When changeswere *
E78-14 25.14 made for the employees Jax War tales and talk of
F78-14 26.88 surveyed, they were identical, grandchildren are the order of ATTENTION
'I, G78-14- 28.43 A such as installing a wheelchair the day as Veterans of World War ,
H78.14 30.91 ramp at the building entrance or II Patrol Squadron 83 get SERVICEMEN!
J78-14 33.57 desks and file
rearranging together for their 30th anniversary .
78 Series cabinets to improve mobility through tomorrow at
Of the appointees surveyed, 141 the Howard Johnson Motor Lodge Don't forget that you have ;
Twin Stripe WhiteA ((36 percent) had received one or here in Jacksonville at I 10 and only 120 days followingyour
11M more promotions since they were Lane Ave. S.According discharge from the
V hired. However, more than 100 of Armed Forces In which to
Limited Supply of the appointees had been ,employed to Jerry Sternberg, convert Q.I. insurance to
for less than a year at the chairman of the reunion committee civilian coverages.
Blemish Tires Free BubbleSIZE time of the survey and were not the men and wives who
for attend the Don't lose your valuable ;
Balance yet eligible promotion. squadron's anniversary
PRICE Supervisors participating in will tour the Patrol conversion privileges. Call
F78-15 17.00 ALL PRICES PLUS the survey described more than Squadron Complex in Hangar me today.
G7.." 19.00 F.E.T.8.STATETAXHigh half ((231)) of the handicapped as 1000 here at NAS Jax. Other
H78-15 22.00 Speed showing definite promise for events will include a visit to the ALVAUGHNLt.USNRet. :
900.15 24.00 assignment to more responsibilities. local brewery, a tour of the ( .)
J78-14 24.00 Balance 2.50 Mayport Naval Station and a 353-6552 772.0863 :
The severely handicapped closing banquet at the CPO Club
Martin's persons surveyed were appointed here.
to their jobs under a special non- oMetropolitan
Charge. :: competitive "excepted appointing VP-83 was a submarine hunting
authority;' squadron which patrolled the
South Atlantic waters during LifeNew
WWII.The squadron flew the now York, N.Y. ;
outmoded PBYs which were thena
We sell life Insurance.
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But our business is life
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2.25 111111 :: 8.H,AT,A-C,Mag Wheels,Vinyl Top. .


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INCLUDING DESSERT AND BEVERAGE 65 GMC Pick-up $795


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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 15


Why the Nickname, Horse?' Marine HonoredJaxMATSG's


Assistant Training Officer, Master
( Gunnery Sergeant Dewey L. Stewart, received the Navy
((ERG, Achievement Medal with Combat 'V' Friday.

MGySgt. Stewart received the operational effectiveness of his
award for the period March 25, unit and gained the respect and
1970 to March 4, 1971, during admiration of all who associated
which he served as a warrant with him."
officer with the First Marine "Demonstrating superior
Aircraft Wing In connection with professionalism and technical
operations in Vietnam. knowledge," he was able to effectively
While assigned as AssistantAvionics reorganize and consolidate -
Officer with the avionics section of
r Headquarters and Maintenance the Squadron and implement "a
\ Squadron Thirteen, Marine highly effective training program
-r Aircraft Group Thirteen, "he for the constantly changing
MGySgt. Dewey L. Stewart materially enhanced the
personnel in his varied shops,
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thereby
Duty Exchanges CancelledJaxA significantly contributing to the accomplishment -
of his command's
six month trial exchange the exchange and the com mission."
of duty program for officers manding officer of the officer Later, he was reassigned as the
which was initiated by agreeing to the swap. Avionics Officer with Marine
Adm. Elmo Zumwalt in Z-Gram medium Helicopter Squadron
56, has been discontinued Those requests that have 364, Marine Aircraft Group
because of a limited response and already for the canceled program Sixteen. ..
the restrictive nature of many of will be held for six months from During this time, "he continued
the requests that were received the date of receipt and then to distinguished himself as he
According to the Chief of Naval automaticallly canceled if an employed his extensive
Operations, the majority of (he exchange officer has not been knowledge of the electronics
exchanges approved under this identified. countermeasurera system

proposed new program were -- .. ----
those in which officers had
identified their own eligible
swap. As a result, officers who NEWEST CONCEPT

Drug, drugs, drugs..the whole nation and each service is saturated wish continue to to exchange submit such duty requeststo may IN APARTMENT LIVING
with material on the subject. If you are an addict it
obviously did no the Chief of Naval Personnel
good. 1, 2 .3 BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 4
And, it's too late now even you're listening, for you know your when own eligible they have identified their Spacious rooms, wide windows, kll tl y
private hell better than swap. central heat & air cond. Private
'
anyone. But you could be of Arm
some help. You Requests require that officers patios, sundecks swimming. pool >
could
help and
yourself perhaps persuade some of those teetering on be equally qualified and at the and party room.
the brink of curiosity to halt
before they fall
same experience level, have 264-8102
By now you know about the no-punishment policy that Is service- concurrance of both commanding
wide. No one is going to give you any disciplinary action or boot you officers and agree to accept 1800 KINGSLEY AVE.
out of the service with a bad discharge solely for drug use if you accept orders at no cost to the government DIRECTIONS Between Blandlng,
amnesty now. Blvd.' & Orange Park. Minutes
By simply stepping forward you will be underwriting the basic Requests must be forwarded to away via new I 1.295..
premise that drug abuse Itself is a 'bummer.' the Chief of Naval Personnel, via
Now we're holding out our hand to help, will you take it? (AFPS the commanding officer of the a=
Editorial) originator,the officer agreeing to

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retroactive to August 15, 1971. General Motors and or Nlmnlcht Chevrolet Company will refund
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I ; cx O EVE Award Finalist Selected Ce/J VP-56 Wives

-- -- Plan DanceJax

I Jax Mrs. Henry W. CPO Wives Club here, Is a the "EVE Award"The .- Henry Taylor, an

Taylor, a member of the finalist In the judging ofGovernment third annual "EVE Electronics Technicianwith Busy making plans for
Award" Is given In the Naval Air Rework the upcoming year's activities,
recognition outstanding Facility here. The Taylors the enlisted wives of VP-56 have
get the job clone achievement by women In also have a daughter, scheduled their first organized
education, volunteer Elizabeth a junior at event-a dinner and dance at the
Acey Ducey Club Saturday night
Forrest High School
services and
employment, The event will start with
and Is sponsored by the Some of the activitiesMrs. cocktails at 7 p.m., followed by
Florida Publishing Taylor Is associated dinner.Before the dance the club
Personnel Mutual Company In conjunctionwith with Include; Board will install its new officers: Betty
Member of the Advisory Smith, president; Mary Moses,
the Florida Times
Life vice president Wilda Robinson,
Insurance Company ;
Board the
for commissary
Union Ellie
Women's Department secretary; Wyatt,
'tpeclalM* In service to the military' Navy Exchange and the treasurer; and Nancy Laszlo,
JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVE hospital; President of the chaplain.The .
.
Mrs. Taylor Is sponsoredby Parents-Teachers Student VP-56 Enlisted Wives held
JIM RICHARDSONCdr. their first club here last
meeting
the CPO Wives Club Association and Vice
month to discuss future plans.
USN Ret
( )
President the Forrest
and endorsed by Capt. J. of While the club has been
11659 Jacksonvllle32225 Jonathan Rd. R. Kincaid, NAS com- High School Band; YouthHI organized for some time in

Tel; 724-6833 manding officer. Her Choir of the Cedar Patuxent River, Md., the
husband Is retired CPO Hills Baptist Church. organization seems to be experiencing -
growing pains since
their arrival here at NAS Jax in
May according to Mrs. Frank
Fritz who is the outgoing
w f. Via'S i president Of the more than 100
enlisted wives in the squadron,
1I only 30 are members of the club,
she says
Mrs. Fritz urges all wives to
take interest and join the club.
For further information on
becoming a member or for
reservations to the Saturday
night dinner and dance, call her
781-7773 or Mrs. Gerald Meadowsat
786-5673.

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Traffic


ViolationsJaxThe




following is a report
of motor vehicle accidents and
traffic.violations_ the period of
I ifA a v YQ 44a Aug..3O-Sept 5.Number .
of Accidents .
This period 5
This period a year ago 7
Total accidents this year 234
Total accidents through this
period last year 223
Total number of days since last
injury in a motor vehicle accident .
72
Number of days since an injury
TOP last year at this time 93
Number Violations
This period 50
Speeding 14
DR'
Reckless driving 2
Going through stop sign 3
Other Violations 31

DETERGE Twenty Eight drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
Sept. 9. Disposition of the
cases included the following:
Eighteen lost driving and
parking privileges aboard the
--------------11I station for various periods; 20

To get your refund, mail Drive boxtops from were eight-hour assigned course to complete in remedial an

u I I driving; 8 received suspensions;

I F TWO Family size ((10 lb. 11 oz.) dismissed 1 was given; 8 a were warning fined; 1(U.S.was

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lax Boaters Share Outdoor FunJaxWant I



.. ..... ,_ . ...".---J", : .,
.K. ..... .' ".l..-.. .. '"'" ; to get in on a together.
weekend of fishing, boating or The Boat Club boasts least 25 Here's a hint to owners of
waterekilng members since it was first inboard and Inboard-
These are just a sample of the chartered by the station commanding outboard boats from the
activities underway here at NAS officer in June. Capt Boating Industry
Jax Power Boat Club. William Sizemore, NAS Association: Whenever you
As members of the fast. executive officer is the club charge the boat's battery
; w) growing boat club, military and sponsor. with an external charger,
civilian personnel at NAS Jax Members meet on the first leave the engine compartment *
enjoy an opportunity to weigh Tuesday of each month at 8 p.m. open or ajar.
anchor with others who share at the NAS Marina to discuss When a battery is being
their interest in motorboating. future plans and their training charged it gives off highly
Their recent trip to St. schedule. explosive hydrogen gas.
Augustine via the Intracoastal Their next outing will be The gas is lighter than air
h : :. waterway is an example of what Saturday morning.Members will and could get trapped
a happens when boating fans get meet at Camp Blanding at 10
... ... under a closed hatch,
.
._. with their boats for of
a.m. a day where a spark might latet
::. I boating, water skiing, fishing, set it off.
p and a picnic. Any storage should
ar rs?v While most members have always be well ventilated
a I their own boats, anyone> with a while being charged and
r + flair for boating is welcome to extreme care should be
A TRIP TO ST.AUGUSTINE Boat Club members launch from
I the join the club on these outings. taken to keep sparks and
NAS Jax( Marina on a weekend outing. I I Ir
Just call John Kltchrist at 264- flame away from it
9373.
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I IF TROUBLE DEVELOPS,as In this family's case, fellow boaters Can you find theVolkswagenhidden

I flock to the rtscut. THESULUVANSANNOUNCE in this picture?

THE NEW LOCATION OF..
If you can, you'll make us very sad. .

!LAS CASUELAS Because we've troubled ourselves no
end to hide it from you.

MmmGltM 1F@@( ) J J. Our quest for the invisible Volkswagentook '.
Now Introducing us all the way to Turin, Italy.
We Continue to Feature \ Where we asked the famous Ghia Stu.
Char Broiled
The Most Complete Mexican dios to design us a sporty Italian body.
Menu in Jax! f.
t STEAKSMONARCH'S They did.
5631 University Blvd.,W. Phone 737-2747 ... r4 Then we secretly prowled about Europefor
:'. ((2 Blocks East of I 1.95 Exit) f the best coach builder we could find.
)-:.- Success. To the Karmann Coachworks .
<7.;;;:"
t.; of Osnabruck we handed over Ghia's

sketches with the injunction:
Refueling "Make it beautiful." (Or else.)

Road Hugger High PerformanceWORLD'S They did.

dre6b They welded. And burnished. And sculp.

ltsLirfo RAISED WHITE LITTER ted. And sanded. And painted.
Until they had shaped in steel what

., TIRE Ghia had shaped in pencil.

.S_"HI+/ :' Smug in the knowledge that nobody
could ever mistake this beautiful car for a

BY PERSONAL LOWEST PRICESpecial :: Volkswagen,we concealed ourair-cooledh.

CONSULTATION ONLY .engine in back. (For better traction.)

Hazel McDonald This Week 153g! And made it go about. 26 miles on just

7633 WILSON BLVD. one gallon.
LOT 48 PH.771.1437 Then we gave this Volkswagen its final
H b disguise:

24"F7014 We named it the Karmann Ghia.


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I I+I+I I I I I I I I+I I+I I+I I I I I+I I I
Matsg Tops

Rifle Matches U-PIC-UM BALLOT M Jax Sports BriefsTouch



the Ladies Hot Shots and! Gentlemen, meet NAME l'.' "I oj\1"111'1I{ in It J"i'.01'I+1' "I'i"I' 'l'l'l"i"I'h 1"1'"I"i'; d'li"

Who are they?
RANK OR TITLE AGE ._
None other than the members
Football BeginsJax
of the MATSG Rifle Team.

During the span of little more( DUTY STATION..r-.SERVICE UMBER ---
than a week, individual memberswon The Intramural Touch Football season got

13 awards in competition at (This week's games) started last Monday with FICEUR shutting out Air Ops

the Gateway 1000 (Hi-Power 14 0. Thomas Taylor scored one touchdown with JeanR.
Rifle Match) September 4-5 and
the Gateway 1600 (Smallbore FLORIDA MISSISSIPPI.StateNAVY Canaguier scored the other TD and the point after

Rifle Match) September 11. Both attempt. All of the scoring occured in the first half of the

matches were held at Camp PENN STATE game.In .

Blanding. other action Hospital beat ComFairJax 12.6 in

ticipated GySgt. Floyd in both W.matches Alford par and ARMY STANFORDAIR overtime when they intercepted a pass and ran in back

was top winner of the week. for a touchdown.
.. MISSOURIFSU
GySgt. Alford captured five First FORCE

Place Awards and one Second Fall. Bowling, ContinuesJax
Place spot.MSgt. U. OF MIAMI !

Robert D. Pumphrey
was close behind with five First TEXAS UCLA The pins continue to fall in the Fall Intramural

Place Awards. He competed onlyin Bowling League as there were three 600 sets rolled last

the Gateway 1000 Match. week.In .
and NOTRE DAME_---NORTHWESTERN.-.--
James R.
SSgt. McNulty the Continental League J. Bockhorst of VR-50 had a
Sgt. Parris D. Curry each
received a Second Place Awardat GEORGIA TECH. MICHIGAN STATE 191 .221 197 set for a 609 series, Ron Tracki of the Late

the Gateway 1000. Chargers in the American League had a 178.229.214 fora

GySgt. Alford and MSgt. 621 and in the same league Joe Massalove of the E-
KANSAS CITY SAN DIEGO
Pumphrey were classified as Zephyrs had a 145- 215.244 for a 604.
National Rifle AssociationNRA
( ) Sharpshooters for the Other high scores were rolled by C. Nelson of VP-45 in
NEW YORK JETS
Matches. SSgt. McNulty was BALTIMORE the Pacific League with a 594 and a 221 game, W. Lin-

classified as a NRS Marksmanand sermayer of Radar 17 in the National League had a 580

Sgt. Curry as an NRA INDIANA KENTUCKY. with a 199 while Ken Coots of the Good and Bad team in

Master. the Atlantic League bowled a 168 205 203 for a 576 and
The MATSG Drill Team Tie breaker Predict final between Indiana and
: score on game
in the
same league T. Morris of VR-50 had 232 in his
volunteers their services for the Kentucky. Indicate winners in other games by a check mark. 576
Matches. Their help was noted as Ballot boxes are located at Galley One and at the Navy Exchangenear series.

'outstanding'. the lay-away counter. Ballots must be in by noon Friday each Golf Intramural LeagueJax
week or they won't be picked up.GOOD LUCK I

Two Scouts were on a hike. One Golf started its Fall 1971 Intramural League on

said to the other: 'Speaking for Monday with Hospital defeating A-C Maintenance 7-2
Contest Gets
myself, I'm trustworthy, loyal, UnderwayJax and the Dragon No. 1 team defeating Supply 63.
courteous, kind, obedient,
cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean- .. This week marks the beginning better known as the "You Pick Um" Handball Meeting Slated
and lost' (Quote). of the annual Jax Air News's contest.
Pigskin Prognostication contest, For the entire football season the Jax-There will be an organization meeting for
anyone
Jax Air News will print a ballot with
-_ team games (including one tie interested in particapting in Intramural Handball, on
breaker where you must pick the Sept. 22 at 9:30 in the
AL SAGER SAYS : a.m. gym.
: score) and you can'select your teams.
The ballot must be sumltted by noon
on Fridays at the latest. Red ballot
"COME ON OVER" boxes will 1 be; placed in Mess Hall No. 1
NATTC
and In the Exchange near the Layaway Grid SeasonThe
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collected and screened on Friday
70 LINCOLN P.254. : 70 FORD P..171A' afternoon. Each week.winners will be NATTC Intramural season kicked off high-spirited competitionlast
Mark III I Cont., fully loaded :;:; Maverick,standard Shift,radio announced In the paper and the season Tuesday, Sept. 6, with the 'Raiders' meeting the 'Chiefs' and the'Bengals'
champion from the weekly championswill
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the 'Colts.
facing
$6895 :i j $1595 be honored with an award. .
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FORD TI69AMa. NATTC teams are named after
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70 PLYMOUTH American and eight in the
68 FORD
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70 DODGE v.SWA. 1 68 PONTIAC vi 543AG.T.O. i Tuesday, after a hard fought
Challenger Special Edition, :: four quarters, the Raiders scored
:; H.T. Coupe, auto & air,
loaded, vinyl toP< loaded the only touchdown of the gameon
SAVE : S22Q5 a play by Gibons. Final score

70 CHEVROLET was Raiders 6, Chiefs 0.
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70 FIAT VI.4588 1 65 VALIANT V..33M. with touchdowns are Cole, Martin
850 Racer, H.T.,green, radio & v::: 2 dr. HT auto & radio OYSTERS and Price. Nail scored their two-

heaters $1995 ::.:. $695 ON THE HALF SHELL point play.In .
: ,: Half doz. 85<; doz. 1.55 the other game, the Rams
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NAYA1c GOLDEN FRIED SHRIMP-Yi doz. 1.65,1 doz. .. 2.35
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,I'1. "' SOUTH AT THE OLDEST SAUTEED SCALLOPS .. . .... ...... .. .. 2.25 rain clouds and
u, r SEE DEALER US AT IN AL JAX SAGER.COME DUNGENESS CRAB AU GRATIN to ... .. 2.25 two exciting gridiron contests
iiio ,, USED CAR WARRANTYIS LANGOSTINO SCAMPI ........ ... ......2.25 characterized Thursday. The
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!I ? '''"""" MILES, 100 PERCENT Oyster, Fish Fillet .. ......... ........ .... 1.95 defeat the Jets 12-0. J.M. Brimm
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I HAVE APPROX CHECK.50 USED WE Fish Fillet Snapper Fingers, 14- score marked the Oilers

c; VW's IN STOCK. FROM Deviled Crab Cake ......... ... .. ... .. .. 2.55 victory over the Browns. D.G.
71'S TO 1951. '2 CAM.PERS'ONEWITHAIR&. CHILEAN LOBSTER AU GRATIN. .. ..... ... 255 Rlchlin and D.R. Amick both
BROILED FISHERMAN'S PLATTERi Florida contributed to the winning score.
AM-FM RADIO. Lobster, Snapper, Shrimp, Scallops, Good luck to the spirited teams.It .

Deviled Crab . . ...... . . ... .. 3.25 looks like a good season ahead!
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I ---------It'8 The USO Wherever You Go'-------- '" I f."..

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A .. t.:'. .'..","\tl,..'.
Washington-USO shows and clubs have been
so so part of to rest and relax.
life In the organization's 30 of Kits .
military years service \
efforts are often overlooked.With current The idea was 'born' in February 1941 when representatives of the .,1" '. .",!. 'lif' 'j'
Christian Christian ; .,:,- '. ,
fanfare the United Young Men's Association, the Young Women's 'j .
little Service ,.,
< :
Organization is working Association the National Jewish Welfare Board the Salvation 'x"i'. .: ;$" :
Army, ;
families the r :.".. >"' F J; .
military on move, with > ,.,
with servicemen and women who "v \t ," "
the '
wish to become involved in the communities National Catholic Community Service and the Travelers Aid r'Ji* \ ', .
near their
of who installationand Association Aid Association of America met to work on the problem.
with the wives men are serving tours overseas
Innovation They came up with a vounteer-operated organization which
Programs
provided a 'Home Away From Home' for military men and women
These are new programs started just as the USO finished three then as it does now.

decades of providing entertainment, recreation, and a 'home away Funds to run the clubs overseas and in the U.S. comes from contributions -
home' for millions of servicemen
and
from women. Americans of all faiths and economic levels. Volunteerssome -
Feeling that family life will be an important factor in the All- 140,385 in 1970-staff the clubs in the U.S., and a small
Volunteer force that is being created, the USO has aimed a portion of
professional staff in New York City directs their operations. Overseas,
in that direction.
its activities USO clubs receive logistic support from the military commands, an
When a Service family arrives in a new town on a change of station
important point when it comes to getting the popular USO Shows out
move, the local USO is right there, along with the military in- into the field for the troops.
stallation's office, to provide a housing referral service Each USO And, the USO Shows are as popular with today's servicemen and
club maintains a listing of apartments and houses in the rental rangeof women as they were back in World War II when they started. ,
today's military man.These lists are posted in the club so that on his Some of the stars are big-time, such as Bob Hope who has gone
first visit the serviceman has a good idea of what the rents are in the overseas on entertainment tours for 28 years, and some are just
area. starting out in show business and want to do something for the
When he decides to go house hunting, he and his wife can take ad- members of the military.

vantage of the USO club's baby-sitting service while they look at Whoever, they are, they are applauded and appreciated.
houses. Last year more than 33 million men and women in uniform attended
The popularity of the program is evident from the figures. In 1970 USO shows. Some sat on the ground in Vietnam, othes sat on the deckof ...
more than 47,000 housing requests were handled in the Stateside a carrier in the Mediterranean and others laughed in military
clubs. Involvement with the community is another new phase of the hospitals where units frequently appear.
USO's program..The direction of this type program is up to the club And,the clubs have not lost a bit of their popularity. ADDLER-Carol Montgomery
staff, and it varies from area to area. In Victorville, Calif., the local Rome's USO club does business In tours to the Vatican, while prepares to shove off in her
USO club is a leader in getting serviceman and women interested in the USO operation in the Mediterranean follows the fleet and sets up a canoe for some of the exercise
taking part in taking part in the Government's 'Head Start' tutoring temporary operation whenever the sailors land. that keeps her in trim. If you
program for the community's children. In New York City, one of the USO's oldest clubs passed out 889,000 haren't a beach around this fall
San Francisco's USO club has a new Afro-American heritage of free tickets to military men and women last year for the performancesto season try unit's the rowing I machineIn
black servicemen and women, while the Memphis, Tenn USO Club stage shows, theaters, and sporting events. your gym
shows members of the military how they can become become 'Big Wherever you go in the service of the States, at some time or
Brothers For A Day' for the city's children another there'll be a representative of the United Service Take your baby
Traveler's DelightA Organizations there. Enjoy yourself, because that's what he or she is
program which has gone over big with Service families provides there for..You!
lounges run by USO volunteers in six of the nation's largest airports. --
Today's military family is a mobile,well-traveled unit, and most of Guide Aides Carpet BuyersWASH.

that traveling is done by air. Seeing the need to provide services on- to a specialist.
D.C. A pamphlet Federal Credit Union,
the-spot for military travelers, the USO opened lounges in San
Francisco's International Airport, in Ohio's Port Columbus In- entitled'Guide to Carpet Buying' Washington, D.C. 20360, or by MAINTAIN IT
ternational Airport, at the City Airport in Cleveland, on Love Field in has been issued by the Navy inquiring at one of the Credit WITH LOVING CARE
Dallas,at O'Hara International Airport in Chicago,and in the Seattle- Federal Credit Union (NFCU) as Union Branch offices.
Tacoma Airport terminal another in a series of instructional TOM BUSH Volkswagen'ReftIrJII

These lounges give the military traveler a welcome break in his folders on consumer Did you hear about the g'qctof8SO

journey.For matters teenager who let his hair down-
families with children there are recreational facilities. Limited The guide discusses the con- and smothered? (Quote). Atlantic Blvd.
sleeping accommodations are also provided, along with a 'wake-up' struction, quality and texture of
service and coffee before the trip. carpets, provides a comparisonchart
Three Decades of Love of carpet fibers, and

The USO Club,and the popular USO Shows, are the result of concernon suggests hints for buying carpets.
the part of six of America's largest service organizations that men Copies are available to NFCU
and women In the military be provided with clean, wholesome places members by writing Navy

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