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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: June 27, 1974
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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).
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VOL. 32 NO. 15 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida JUNE 27, 1974


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Air News 1Jax '* "Your dedication will


The Jax Air News has been selected the latest

winner of the Chief of Naval Information Merit Award, be my greatest asset"JaxThe

naming it the top Navy newspaper in the Civilian En- U6 MNL I

terprise category.Our .
thanks to all our contributors and the Photo Lab following message from the new Secretary of the Navy, J.
William Middendorf II is directed to all hands
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for helping us win it. Although today our nation is at peace,it must concern itself with

I. DIVINESERVICES U UNAVALAIR serious challenges both on the high seas and at home.
"The Soviet Fleet has expanded dramatically during the past

Front Page Photo decade. In our own country,rising costs and fiscal constraints hamperour
ability to build urgently needed weapons systems and to maintain

STATIONPROTESTANT and operate those we already have.
"These developments come as America is increasingly dependenton
By Mike Rose a sea-borne international trade, a reality that has become clear to
Sund.yDivine all in recent months.
Worship at 8:30:
a.m. at All Saints Chapel "In the face of these challenges, I am heartened by my observationand
Church School 9:30 belief that all-volunteer team is equalto
uM"XMAVX.tiA' : a m today's Navy.Marine Corps
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at All Saints Chapel.
Junior Youth "You are truly America's first line of defense. Your strength,
} 12:30: p.m. Senior Fellowship Youth mobility and readiness are the best insurance the United States could
I JAXAIR NEWS ..U Fellowship 1 1:30: p.m. have that the freedom of the seas and vital U.S. interests aboard will

i .m Evening. at the Worship Small Chapel./:30p be protected against any potential adversary.
? "I count it a great honor to work with you whose performance has

I.11 h':? Tuesday consistently earned the respect and support of our citizens.
distributed Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 "I pledge to you my total attention to the task at hand. Your con
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper .
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p m Bldg 750 and the
Florida, { tinued dedication to country will be greatest asset in
d r each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville t.I : Christian Science Service 8 your my
:;:: by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm. All Copy submitted p.m. at the Small Chapel. performance of that task."
for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday NAVAL HOSPITAL
I before publication. News items are welcomed from all sources. t f Divine Worship 9:30: a.m.
;: Telephone 772.3111 or 3119. at St. Lukes.
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made #11
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race,4creed NATTC
,color,national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or patron. l Protestant Worship
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'' violation or rejection of this policy of equal opportunities ,
:. A confirmed Service, 10:30 a.m in deadline
by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print ad. Building 500. changedJax
vertising from that source."
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries con. I. CATHOLICSaturday
cerning such should be directed to: Mass 5 p.m. at
St. Edward's Chapel Due to the 4th of July holiday, next week's issue of the

Sunday Mass 1 a.m and 11 Jax Air News will reach you WEDNESDAY, July 3, rather than
s THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY .
> <- a.m. Daily Mass Monday, Thursday.All .
4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Tuesday, Thursday and stories
photographs, FleeT Market ads and anythingelse
"> Telephone 387.3566 Friday 11,30: a.m. Wed
AFFILIAre nesday Mass 11:30 a.m. at you want to submit will have to reach the Jax Air News
MEMOIR r the Naval Hospital Chapel. office by MONDAY NOON instead of our usual Tuesday noon

I VOL. 32 NO. 15 JUNE 27. 1914L I to Saturday 5 .p.m. Confessions 4:30: deadline.Hint
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I I HS-15 wins Isbell Trophy QH for ASW excellence-----: I


Jax--HS-15 has been reflect those squadrons multi-sensored ASW

selected winner of the which in the judgement of helicopter, the SH-3H, and '"
Arnold Jay Isbell Trophy the Commander-in-Chief, the first AEW helicopter, a ;
for the East Coast U.S. Atlantic Fleet have modified SH-3G. :. ;",
helicopter community. performed with the
Recognizing the greatest degree of By modifying the
superior air anti- professionalism and effectiveness sonobuoy and MAD tactics
submarine warfare during employed by the VP and
squadrons in the Atlantic operational ASW missions.The VS communities to make
and Pacific Fleets, the "Red Lions" were them compatible with the
annual award is named fora nominated for their recent helicopter and designing
Navy Captain who participation in the Sea tactics for the combineduse
served with great Control Ship Evaluation on .of dipping sonar,
distinction in ASW during boardUSS Guam (LPH-9)). sonobuoys, MAD, ESM,
World War II and was The squadron has been and radar, the capabilitiesof
killed in action in March involved with the test, helicopter ASW have
1945. evaluation and tactical been increased .

Nomination criteria development of the first astronomically.A I .:


CZ JAWA RICKMANBSA trophy in the office of
the CNO was engravedwith
TRIUMPH *. BIRD HS-15 and the

squadron will be presentedan
award plaque by the

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M-X Parts behalf of the Lockheed \,
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I "Fleet Angels"JaxThe help say e Manley sailorminutes. i


Concordand Without the LCdr. Lokey called for 1
Navy takes Lokey. refueling from
refueling from blood donors and got six
care of its Ask SR precise navigational previous
own.
But the rescue helo'seffort from the Concord, it is doubtful that who stood by all night
Rocelito C. Magnirang of controlling
wasn't a solo per- America'sCIC the helo could have while surgery progressed.
the USS Hummer and
Manley (DD-94) if
formance. It was a well said. completed the long flight After removal of SR
you don't believe it. LCdr. Knight
executed part of a coor- assumed and hover. Magnirang's gall bladder-
Because of coordinated The Hummer
Navy teamwork involving dinated team effort involving control after an A-6 fromAmerica's With the decision to which took nearly three
E2B "Hum- to the hours-the
three ships and three an VA-35 had return Magnirang mercy missionwas
mer" aircraft, an A6"Intruder" for HC-2 complete. !
America surgery,
aircraft, SR Magnirang-- located the Manley. Using
victim of an infected, America'sCombat radio relays from the Det 66's helo crew went to "This shows to what

perforated gall bladder--is Information Hummer, the three ships work, first picking up Dr. lengths the Navy will go to
Center Concord's helo
alive, feeling much better started to close toward one Lokey, then SR Magnirangon take care of one man",

and wondering how soon crew and refueling detail, another. Angel 4 headedfor a stretcher.A LCdr. Lokey said, "Three
four
deck force
he'll be able to eat solid Manley's Concord for refuelingand heavy cloud cover ships cancelled operationsand
of America's doctors and
foods again.On then covered the promised to complicate altered
course. The
six volunteer blood donors."It .
the night of June 18 remaining 15 miles t to (belongdark flight back to helo crew did an out-
was like five hours of but the Hummer
he America,
was feeling differently.His Manley. standing job and
attending carrier controlled approach Meanwhile, Manley had navigation under firm
corpsman everything went slick
"
as a
aboard the Manley knew LCdr. Knight crewmen had rigged lightsso control until America's Air whistle."

that the Philippines native saidVe had a the helo could hover and Traffic Control Center was

was a seriously ill sailor, malfunctioning compasson stay on the scene for the able to conduct a carrier And SR Magnirang?
he the helo and lost controlled approach. His describedhis
so originated a messagefor rescue. surgeons
help. reliable navigation aids. While Dr.Lokey gave SR Angel 4 settled securely condition as "very

Three ships abruptly An E2B aircraft from Magnirang a thorough onto America's flight satisfactory". Dr. Lokey

changed their operating VAW-124 controlled our physical examination, deck. noted, "He says he's

schedule and rushed to navigation from the time Angel 4 hovered over Then it was time for the feeling much better and

help the stricken sailor: we took off until we were Manley's stern for about 30 surgeons to go to work. wants to know how soon he

USS America, USS Con- picked up by America'sradar can eat."

cord and the Manley. about 180 miles out Open for your convenience 8 a.m.-Sp.m.
on the return trip." Closed Sunday
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Knight, Officerinchargeof over 225 miles of darkened MECHANIC ON DUTY training Dy Ryder Short

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had "Angel 4" manned limited amount of fuel NATIONWIDE TRAILERSOne rig giant experience tng centers.at Approved one of our for

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i Downtown "con artists"



love NAS servicemenBy WON'T SIGN



Jax AMII2 Area Roland Shore Henley Patrol and puts it with his. Then he I UNTIL I SEE MY I II
places all of it in a handkerchief,
Jax-You and a friend are wraps it up, and gives the han
walking along the street in dkerchief to your friend. LEGAL OFF1CEJ.p I
downtown Jacksonville. lie assures you that he'll returnin
You're approached by a man 30 minutes, bids you farewell % ,
who cays he's new in town and until then, and leaves. ,
would like to know the name of a About 45 minutes later, you
hotel where he can get a room. begin to wonder if the stranger Is
You tell him of a hotel,and then coming back.You ask your friendto
he begins to tell you he's met a give you that handkerchief full
girl that he's going to take up to of money-but you find
the room newspaper inside instead of
He explains to you that, being money.
new in town, he's afraid to take Then it hits you: you've been
his money to the room because taken, conned, STUNG.
the girl might be setting him up You call the police, but they
I for a robbery.He can't help you much since the con
offers to give you and your man has had about 45 minutes to .
friend $10 each if you'll hold his get away. d
f money for a half hour while he And the thing that hurts most is
t goes to the room with the girl. that you didn't see him make the "stung"I
f You feel \lucky to have run switch". You ask yourself how :
across such a good deal, so you you could have been so stupid- .
i. agree. falling for the oldest trick in the
,' The stranger then asks what book. M
i assurance you can give him that There have been several
you won't run off with his money.He servicemen conned in
k suggests that you and he put Jacksonville lately. The example
your money together and let your above is just one of the many
friend hold it until the stranger tricks con men use to get their
returns. You agree. money for nothing.The .
;I The stranger pulls out a wad of con man's favorite targetis
to choke servicemen. lie knows when
big enough a
money "
: "Hell charge you for his advice!
t.i' horse. You empty wallet. military paydays are and he I
your : "No, it's free! My husband is a serviceman and
The stranger takes your money knows servicemen are basically just one more of his benefits!"

: USO opens office hereJaxThe :


USO has been in Jacksonville since 1941, but now it's at WITHOUT. ADVERTISING YOU WOULDN'T KNOW
y, NAS Jax, too. 't r
A USO office has been opened in the Special Services Building (Bldg.
620) for referral to the local USO activities. Transportation to the

centers might also be offered. .''',-'' ... ....- -
Operated by Pete LaComb,the office is open daily from 2-6 p.m.
Pete says plans are being made for tours to various attractions for
servicemen and their families. Dances, all types of sports, and Introducing
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i community involvement activities are also being planned.
If you're interested in other types of activities, call Pete at 772-3124
J during office hours. a7 '
The local USO centers are located at 318 North Ocean Street
f downtown, 601 North First Street (Jacksonville Beach) and in St. fAJr
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I Multiple college extension campus planned here


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wI NAS EXTENSION CAMPUS II Jax-If sufficient interest is displayed by military and civilian personnel at NAS Jax and Cecil
I Field,a multiple college extension campus will be established here.
of study leading to Associates, Bachelors and
The local campus would offer courses Masters
I II
vocational training if enough interest is
Degrees.There is also the possibility of offering expressed.
NAME II Seven colleges and universities have indicated a willingness to participate in the campus upon its
I establishment and two have requested an option of participating at a later date.
I II Those prepared to participate are Flagler College,Florida Junior College,Jones College,Southern
Illinois University at Carbondale,University of North Florida,University of Southern California, and
I ADDRESS. 0 the University of Northern Colorado. Jacksonville University and the University of Florida have
requested an option of participating later.
I COURSES OF STUDY DESIRED i II Florida Junior College and the University of North Florida have both indicated a willingness to
(Not limited to those in story) II offer courses in all fields of study presently offered on their campuses.The .
I participating institutions'offerings would be: Flagler College-Bachelors Degrees in Business
I I Administration, Management and Data Processing; Southern Illinois University-Bachelor and
I II Masters Degrees in Industrial Technology, Human Resources, Thermal and Environmental
Engineering, Public Affairs, and Business Administration; and University of Southern California-
I EDUCATIONAL LEVEL ACHIEVED. I II Administration
Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Business
Although representatives of the University of Northern Colorado did not attend an April 25 meeting
HOME & WORK PHONES BI here to present a list of courses they would be willing to offer, the University has studies in Social
I (Send to ESO, Bldg 500) BJ Sciences with concentration in Public Administration, Sociology and Urban Planning, and
d..ors__ Business Administration on the undergraduate level.
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On the graduate level, the university offers courses in Business Administration specializing in
Management, and in the same Social Sciences specialties as on the undergraduate level. The
University also offers graduate study in Curriculum and Instruction Psychology, Counseling and
J Guidance.
With the continued emphasis placed on educational development by the Navy, the campus shouldbe
of great benefit to active duty personnel desiring to remain in the Navy.
PERPETUAL One of the precepts presented the selection board for the Navy's first board selection of chief petty
officers was to look for those personnel who have furthered their education while on active duty,
MONEY PLAN either by off-duty study or participation in Navy programs.
The local campus would be open to everybody. To make the campus a reality, the Education
Services Officer must determine the interest among personnel
Although NAS Jax Notice 1520 of June 17 required a survey to be conducted prior to June 24 to
determine interest,the Educational Services Officer is still interested in obtaining information from
Retirementincome prospective students who did not participate in the survey.
Anyone who would possibly be interested in participating in the program is urged to complete the
form on this page and forward it to the Educational Center (Bldg.500,Room 220).
Submission of the form in no way obligates an individual to participate.
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1974
PAGE 8 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER_
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New regulations protect Jax


citizens if new fuel crisis hits


Jax-Jacksonville citizens will be better protected i if another fuel shortage arises,According to
Thatcher Walt,director of Consumer Affairs for the City of Jacksonville. 1-
Future fuel and gasoline sales will be regulated by the recently approved chapter of Florida's c
Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Act.
According to Rod Tennyson, Consumer Counsel for the state, the recent energy crunch saw con
sumer agencies throughout Florida swamped with complaints about gasoline and fuel sales.
"There was a real need for regulations in the area," Tennyson said. The regulations went into
effect June 4 after approval by the Florida Cabinet. it x
The majority of complaints concerned tie-in sale practices. A tie-in sale is a customer's agreementto
buy other goods or services in order to receive fuel.
Walt said the State Attorney's Office was responsible for clearing up the problems Jacksonville t I
consumers were experiencing with tie-in sales during the fuel shortage.
Tie-in sales were unfair trade practices prior to the passage of the fuel and gasoline regulations. I
However,under this new chapter the illegality of tie-in sales is clearly spelled out,Walt added.In .
some instances,Florida consumers were required to purchase a car.wash or tune up before they
could buy gas.Another unfair tie-in practice required buying a decal or sticker in order to obtain gas.
"The new regulations also cover deceptive pricing,"Tennyson said.
It is now illegal to display any sign that could deceive consumers as to the price of fuel. Current
laws states that it is deceptive for a sign to advertise fuel for one price if the actual station pumps are
.set at a higher price. -
"Many consumers pull into a station thinking they'll get gas for the advertised price on a large -
display sign, only to discover after waiting in line that they must pay a higher price listed on the
pumps," Tennyson said.
Tennyson pointed out that signs advertising prices in the 20 and 30 cent price bracket were not
actually illegal since most consumers would not be deceived into thinking gasoline was selling for 0 It _,
such low prices."Consumers : -
should assume such signs are simply outdated,"Tennyson explained. 9 /

TAKING HS-5 HELM- LCdr. E.R. Sandsabovewill( take the helmat
HS-5 tomorrow,relieving Cdr.A.L. Kruger.The squadron's new XO
will be LCdr. David P. Fisher. Capt.W.F. Meyer will be the guest

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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 9TORRANCE'S

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recipe that
will
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make use of garden fresh
of the season vegetables while they are still near the peak

This is another recipe from
a Department of
Agriculture
publication As we have
mentioned in this
column
other before, these and
government
publications on numerous subjects available
from the U.S. are
Government
Printing Office Bookstore
in the Federal
Building, 400 West Bay Street
in downtown Jacksonville. It is worth
the trip downtown just to browse
around and
see what is available at
nominal
very prices.

Zucchini Cheese Casserole
\<2 cup uncooked rice V4 teaspoon salt i

l/z cup onion, chopped 1 pound zucchini squash, sliced ..p.' !
Ms teaspoon salt 1 eight-ounce can tomato sauce !
1 cup boiling water Vt cup green pepper, diced .c Jn
Ms cup water 1 cup sharp cheddar cheese, shredded
Add rice, onion and Ms teaspoon salt to 1
cup rapidly boiling water. a 6 1
Cover tightly and boil gently 20 minutes.

Bring Icup water to boiling, add teaspoon salt and squash, and
cook until squash is just tender-about eight minutes.Drain. r a aa
Preheat oven to 350 degrees

Gently mix rice,squash,tomato sauce and green pepper.
Pour mixture into a IMs quart casserole;sprinkle with cheese.
Bake uncovered about 20 minutes. Serves six. Nfi"
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I I GYPSY DANCERS entertain at the court of Spain's King Phillip II in this scene from "Cross and
I Traffic Violations. I Sword", Florida's official state play."Cross and Sword" is playing nightly except Sundays through
-- Sept.1 at 8:30 p.m.in the St.Augustine Amphitheatre.
Jax -The following is a reportof Going through Stop Sign 9
Motor vehicle accidents and DWI 2
traffic violations for month to Other Violations 122

date NUMBER: OF ACCIDENTSThis Five drivers appeared before Per Day

month 16 their Commanding Officers RENTANEW and 7C
This month year ago 33 Disposition of the cases include
Total accidents this year 265 the following: Per Mile
Total accidents year ago 265 None lost driving and
for a'74
Total accidents year ago 498 parking privileges aboard
Number of injuries this month station. None assigned to com Pinto !
year ago 2 plete Motorcycle Defensive
Driving Course. One Admin.
NUMBER OF
Action.None Article 15 UCMJ.
MOVING VIOLATIONSThis FORD.
Two warnings given. One Dept.
month 157 Head Counsel. Two dismissed. .
Speeding 22 Eleven fined U.S. Magistrate.
Reckless Driving 2 Four were military.
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"Eagles" bid farewellto ,

outgoing skipperJaxVP16

recently held a dinner dance at the Candelight
Restaurant in honor of their outgoing skipper,Cdr. R.G.Castle.
Music was provided by the squadron's own band.
The present skipper, Cdr. L.L. Maloy, presented many gifts to Cdr.
and Mrs.Castle,including an original oil painting of the squadron's P- n
3 aircraft commissioned by a London artist.
Cdr. Castle reported to the "Eagles" in February of 1972. He servedas

XO during the first year, including a five-month Bermuda .
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deployment,and had been in command since April 1973. -
30 1974. ..........
Cdr. Maloy assumed command at NAF Sigonella on April ,
Cdr. Castle is now serving as COMPATWING Operations Officer.


VP-45 hosts ASW studentsJaxA


VP-45 crew recently hosted a group a students from the
TRALANT ASW Basic Tactical School during a visit to NAS Norfolk.
. Located at the destroyer submarine piers in Norfolk, the school
provides a week long ASW indoctrination course open to selected of-
ficers and enlisted men from every branch of ASW. .r ,
The class that toured LN-10 included surface officers, enlisted
aircrewmen arid VS pilots who will be flying the new S-3A "Viking".
VP-45 personnel conducting the tour included :.LtjgRnh)

Ziegler, Lt. Glenn MacPherson, Ltjg( ) Gene Black, Lfjg( ) Terry
Officer Third Class James A. Hougland is congratulated by LCdr. R.L. Hart,
Crescimanno, AE1 Rich Stine, AT2 Joe Pazelli, AW2 Jack Connelly, TOP SAILOR- Petty
selected the squadron's Sailor of the Quarter.
A02 Fleet Composite Squadron 2 Det Jax OinC,after being
Mick Henneman and AW3 Alan Clack.
The P-3C exibit gave students a first-hand look at the latest in air-
borne ASW equipment to enhance knowledge they gained in the
Veterans ask.
classroom. ..

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,. es day \h ru. S u.!!... ..l.;:::; .;:;:{: "$--o. ::;::;:: example in the hiring of Viet- ? duce my pension?
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'f" percent of VA's employees, are justed as of the last day of the tions is not considered income for
0 Vietnam veterans. calendar year in which the di- pension purposes.

Q-How do I go about gettingthe vorce occurred.
$150 annual clothing allow- Q-Are children of deceased
veterans eligible for GI home
ance the Veterans Administration -
NGS pays certain disabled vet- Q-Am I eligible for GI Bill ben- loans from the Veterans Administration -
S erans? efits from the Veterans Administration -* ?
for service in the A-No. While widows of
A-All you need do is apply to Army servicemen -
SundaYs. the nearest VA office if you wear a from 1951 to 1954? killed during active dutyor
.. .'lJedoeJda'lJf prosthetic orthopedic device fora widows of veterans who died
service-connected disability A-No. GI Bill eligibility for from service connected dis
,' ,lhursdaY which tends to wear out or tear veterans discharged before Feb- abilities are eligible for this ben
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I Back pay to set sail July 8 B;IG-o! small...



Jax The Departmentof required to file claims to Cleveland, Ohio 44199, and retroactive pay period.
Defense has authorizedthe receive their back pay. contain the member'sname Further details on the
Navy to begin paymentof Such claims will have to Social Security back pay procedures are \ / #
a retroactive pay raiseon be filed with the Com- number, present address, contained in SEC- need we
i i'email
July 8. manding Officer, Navy date of separation from NAVNOTE 7220 of May 3 !y
The Federal pay raise Finance Center (Code CZ), the Navy, and the duty and ALNAV 37 (DTG deo
was due to take effect Oct. Anthony J. Celebreeze station where members 172209Z-37)) of June 17,
1, 1972 but was delayed by Federal Building served during the 1974. .
Executive Order until Jan. .I
1, 1973. A U.S. Court of -----
Appeals reversed that
decision last January and
on June 8 the President
signed into law an Act
authorizing the funding of ,
the back pay.
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As a result, Federal
employees and military
personnel who were
receiving Federal pay
during the period from '
Oct. 1, 1972 to Jan. 1, 1973 # .... !: _
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will receive some back

pay.Amount of back pay will .t.

vary, but as an example, ,
after taxesan E-4 with
over four years will t2211A.
receive about$64 and an 0-
4 with over 14 years of __
service will receive about
$182.
According to the Navy

Comptroller, payments to -
most Navy personnel on .
active duty should be

completed by the first of --, -......-"f........... ......- "-- .,.,- -...

August.Navy Active personnel duty and who retired were THE STRENGTH OFA VOLVO r


on whose three-month active pay duty status period during did and the not IS ONLY ONE OF ITS STRONG POINTS.Every .

change (by reenlistment,
payment for unused leave,, Volvo com with a front end designed
etc.) during that periodcan
expect their back pay absorb high-speed impacts. And a passenger

sooner than other per compartment surrounded by six steel pillars.

sonnel.Personnel who But a Volvo has other strengths you probably ., t

service :; weakness for. ,
separated from the : have a

after Oct. 1, 1972, Reserve ..,;',. Like roominess. And comfort. And a list of S
members who served on
active duty during the 't standard features that are anything but standard. ..

three-month period, and
eligible Navy people who ,
'" \ You See Better.
To
separate from the service Help
Rear window defroster.
and the date
between now
Tinted glass e\' \'\\here sou
payments have been turn. Strong narrow roof f For Your Peace Of Mind.
completed, will be pillars for maximum \isihility. Four J-point seat t belts.
Child-prtx f rear door locks.
Repositionetl f fuel tank for
If your rooms For Fuel Goin injection& greater saf ty.

Whitewall ...
look tired or radial tires o c

hopeless call c o ,

us for help.Afe'll '
\ send youa poi po0q
000
decoratorfree. .. .: oeo I

-1 L For A Volvo's Own Protection.
For Stopping. To Improve Your Disposition.Orthopedicallydesigned of
Two separate coats
bucket seats
brakes
disc
Power
with lumbar and head restraints. undercoating. Mudflaps.
all four wheels. supports
on
Penneys Ten-outlet heating-ventilation system. Galvanized metal in the places
Custom Headroom in front for people well over six feet. we find most prone to rust


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PAGE 12 JAX AIR$ NEWS. AIRWINGER


But Not Forgotten -Your 1973Recordkeeping
You filed your 1973 federal Income remain under the illusion that Gone
tax return a while back, ,bits and pieces of paper thrown
so now that's out of the way for into a discarded shoe box can be
another year. considered proper records at tax
But wait a minute! Where are time.
your tax records? Records are required by law-
Just as certain documents were adequate records-but good records -
essential for you to fill out your should be required by you, S
Form 1040, they may well be the taxpayer, since frequently the 4C
necessary for you at some time in difference between some
the future. Obviously, if this documentation and good record-
year's tax return is selected by the keeping is income tax savings.
Internal Revenue Service for an The IRS recommends that tax-
audit, you will need those recordsto payers carefully keep track of
show how you determined what such records as medical related
you thought to be the correct tax expenses; state, local, and prop-
due: Even if your return is accepted erty taxes; charitable contribu- ?'
as filed, for your peace of tions; interest and finance b
.z4'\
mind and good business practice, charges; disabled dependent and 4 _
you should keep all tax records as child care; political contributions SNI
long as they remain useful to you. ; business and educational
The law specifies only that you expenses; and reimbursementsfor
must maintain records requiredto casualty losses or thefts.
establish the correct amount of How long should you keep tax
income, credits, deductions, and records? It varies, depending on
other matters to be reported on re the information documented. In
turns.This means that you should general, records must be retainedas is important improvements, for example, that you may determine tax due if
keep all information that will long as their content may be during these three years because should be maintained to establish you decide to sell someday.Also .
substantiate the items claimed on material in the administration of under the law, the IRS can audit your cost basis when you sell. retain copies of your previously
your tax return. any internal revenue law. individual income tax returns You should retain indefinitely filed tax returns as a part
There is no requirement as to Receipts, canceled checks, and three years back when errors are records of costs of any stocks, of your records. They help in preparing -
the particular kinds of records for other records supporting a deduc- suspected. bonds, or other investments so future tax returns as wellas
tax purposes,other than that they tion, credit, expense, or item of There are other tax records that you can similarly compute gain or in such computations as filing
must be permanent, accurate, income should be kept at least should be kept longer than three loss when you sell. And records a claim for refund or income av
and complete. However, it might three years from the due date of years. Records of how much you should be kept on any property received eraging.
pay to look over your tax account- the return or the date the tax is paid for your home and its major by gift or inheritance so
ing methods, for no one should paid, whichever is later.

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I fo ods best fo'r picnicsness

During the early summer and
or
fall months mayonnaise, meat sauces; medical
many military should be .attention should be
families will have the refrigerated or stored in obtained
desire to an ice immediately at a local
chest
that is below
spend more time out of doors, 45 de physician or a military hospital. 4at
grees. If this is
fishing, camping and picnicking. type of food should not be possible, this Many types of food that are not g --Ir

We all give extensive thought to within 5 hours after consumed properly handled make an excel- :
mode of transportation, purchas- purchase these preparing or lent environment for toxic producing .
ing camping equipment, fishing items at the bacteria to grow which
nearby food
tackle, bed rolls, and so forth. But available where market if one is may result in sickness that may ,,:: r 3"wer4 Fbii e.,
we often forget about the neces- you may be take an extensive period from
camping.
sary procedures to properly Foods which to recover. It is suggestedthat
such
handle the food we are going to foods as dehydrated everyone planning outdoor
canned
milk
,
powdered entertainment,where food will be
eat.There milk, smoked meats, dried
are certain foods that can fruits eggs, consumed,give very high consid
be taken vegetables,or canned food eration to food handling
along on the trip that are which proce-
can be
less apt to furnish an excellent pared opened and pre- dures to help us all have a happy
immediately,are examplesof outing or vacation. .d,a2r
environment for bacteria
to grow, foods that have little
very
and in turn,cause food borne dis danger of causing food borne dis .
ease. Some of the symptoms of ease. 9 rYP

food borne illness include After foods have been prepared P
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stomach cramps, nausea, for the meal, unless good refrig
diarrhea, vomiting and head- eration is available to refrigeratethe ;

ache. left-overs:1tis: not advisable to
Foods such as fresh meats, keep the left-overs for the next r- _
cooked or uncooked; some proc- meal.If .

essed meats, dairy products or at any time, children or any
food containing dairy products; member the party,or especially

salads containing egg products if a group of people show sick- w4"BATMAN" ... <'

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Jax 86 selling auto tags

OF THE QUARTER-Aviation antisubmarine Warfare
Jax-NWCA Jax 86 will begin its annual on-base auto
tag sales
July 1.Tags. technician Second class Richard E. Williams has been unanimously
chosen VP-24's Batman of the Quarter". Petty Officer Williams was
may be ordered In the Navy Relief Office
Lobby week- cited for outstanding performance of duty in maintaining the highly
days from 8:30: a.m. to 2:30:
p.m. through August 20, except for
July 4. complex P-3C electronics systems and "professional knowledge and
technical I competency attained by few others in his rate."
As in previous years,pick-up will be two days after your order
is placed.


Firs! JAPANESE RESTAURANt in Jacksonville!


t FORTITUDE

'WILLIAM L.

or I IEYASU I of
PARKS JR. A SIIINE on your shoes puts a melodyIn TOKYO
EXPERIENCE your heart according to an old stand
REALTOR ard tune.It will also keep you off' the gig Original Japanese Rooms
We need licensed
person to help t
list. Pert Lorelei Lee,
Philadelphia
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sell 150 homes that are ready. H WEST OUVAL STREET
We specialize In the Orange dancer and choreographer, Isn't even PHONE'tVQUJ '
Hours ,
New Homes Are Our Specialty Park, Cedar Hills, Ortega. in the Service, but her toes twinkle. Mon Fr Lunch > : Dinner 5Q\ $* sun ,
Venetla area.

This Week's Spotlight
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2 Story Colonial 4 Bdrm., 2V* bath, CH&A. 2,300
Sq.ft, Beautifully landscaped.
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5703 Roosevelt Blvd., MLS 384-4324

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APARTMENTHUNTING





? I 72 VW Blue Super Beetle &22SS$1895 69 VW Blue $1* $1195.

White Interior Blue Interior. Good transportation

j 72 VW Blue VW Blue (Fastback) $)I2: !5 $1095*!:


NAVY WELCOME 1 }:; 72 Black VW Interior.Yellow VW interior Gray $2$995

{ Black Interior. One
Interior. Air. Cond. New Inspection stlcker.$.
71 VW Red ( ) -:0::-:

Before selecting your new Apartment :3 White interior. mileage.'k THIS WEEK SPECIAL I

home, we invite you to visit and COMPARE 70 VW Blue VW White $R9S $109!

Orange Park North. Black Interior. One owner. Low mileage. f

69 VW Green ( ) VW Blue .1:85:
Choose from 5 different floor plans One, : $ $1095::
White Interior. Interior. New Inspection sticker. I
two, or three bedrooms, all on ground floor, .
and with separate adult and family sections. 69 VW Red VW Red $ &$1095<
Black Interior. Low Interior. Chrome wheels & wide tires.

INDIVIDUAL COURTYARDS assure TRADE-INS:

maximum privacy. j':I 68 FORD Va TON Long wheele base with topper carpets. $1295
!
58 FORD Vi TON Looks Bad. Runs good. New Inspection sticker. $295 ::
Choice Three Bedroom Units Now Available /


\m\S V\ Orange: of Park APARTMENTS North i ti rf$ .L/ CLINTON'S AUTO SALES II:I:


::3: ''-., 927 Wells Road, Orange Park Ph. 264-450H } BANK CREDIT UNION FINANCING ARRANGED r
South of 1-295 ,::
Just off handing 5829 DLANDING BLVD. (Open Days Week,MonSat.,9to8pmPHONE) 772-7716 :$::$

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p 4i' 4 r ;r ? Summer' fun .

iii ai a the NAS day camp


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group singing session after the lunch break. CAMPCRAFT (Below) ..One of the activities that the : .. _
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younger on own conS
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______ NAS XO Capt. Donald J. Childers (CR) and Cdr. Walter G. Squires,Jr., Military Personnel Services
,. Officer(CL),for a group shot.The next session of the camp will begin July 1. Cost is$$20 for two weeks
and registration is in the Dependent Recreation Center,Bldg.523.

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r TY ..- 4 1; ,,g'es I David Scales hoist the flag. '_ :

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WHOLESALE
HOMERUN-CamperAndrew Harris"get his foot Into one"during PHOTOS ;
a kick ball Besides BYMIKE
game. the organized recreational games, camp
crafts, and singing shown in these three photos, the kids also participate ROSE /
DISCOUNTS[ : ; in arts and crafts,swimming,nature study and hikes.




L. : ; FALLS SIZE WSW FET Mustang 1 : Ii1S )

B78.13 $S14.98 S1.81
C78.13 15.49 1.93E78.14
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18.98 2.80 Since 1885HAVERTY'S boat
I POLYESTER TIRES 178.15 22.98 3.01 own easy.
This summer,don't' miss out on the fun of boating. Whether Inboard or
*'Nylon ( [ outboard-sallboat or cabin cruiser-fishing or pleasure boat..a credit
, union boat,motor,and trailer loan puts you In command.Our .
f GABRIEL HI-JACKERS COMPLETE WITH' '
HOSE KIT .......... 4495 YES f! 'There'sNoplacetjkeHome.military 10.8 per cent Annual Percentage Rate (APR) and up to ten years'
financing gives you low monthly payments and plenty of time to enjoy
i I 111x15 Grand Prix MULTI-TRAC $4595 your new boat.


: I ,....... .. ., ,, ..,, plus $14.53 FET discount ..JUST ONE OF THE MANY Don't' be left "high and dry" this summer. Come In and let your credit_
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boat motor and trailer loan for
:: All prices plus tax MILEAGE MAKERS NOW AT union float a new you.

: M-H -Laura at Duval I- We also finance USED boats, motors,and trailers

Beach Boulevard at 12 per cent APR for the thrifty sailor.
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SPECIAL FINANCING I PHON E 384.1391 I 772.9894 or Base Ext.215
Tel 387.5622 or Base Ext 2431
'FOR SERVICE PERSONNEL Hours:M on..F 19AM.."..3'OPM _HoursMon..Frl.10AM.5:30PM: Sat.9AM.1PM : HoursMon..Frl.8:30AM.3:30PM: : :

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WASHING den patio appliances 264-0831
For Sale: NORGE

.>- .:.:.:.:.:.'.'.',.'.w.w..w ,w.w.....,.. ,.....................,..w.w.w........ w.w.,.., :,. MACHINE 2 cycle 2'/j' years old Lakeside Estates

L Excell.) Condition, Call 264-3510( ,
Car for Sale: 1968
THE Flee-T MARKET $60.00

N......... VOLKSWAGON squarebackRadio
FREE PERSONAL WANT.SERVICE PINTO STA WAG 1973 A. Heater, new W.S.W. Tires,
cf" NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field FORD
for Military and Civilian Employees C 4 spd 1800 miles $2000 Call Recent motor overhaul. $695.00,

.a ----- -a..r.-------r.s ett> 1 264-8091 or 3077 Dean. 264.5856 after 4:30.:

FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM
SITTING home or
For Sale 1973 DODGE CAMPER, BABY : my

I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) i 500 Equity and take over yours; working mothers or other

payments Fully loaded. Call 264. reason. 771-3211 ext. 8250


5382 JUKE BOX, SEEBURG 100

II i For Sale: 1971 HARDWICK gas SELECTROMATIC play 50 45's
sides) through Stereo
Range, Very good conditon (both your
$100.00. Phone 778-3799 $30. Cecil Ext. 106 or 264-7666

after 6 P.M.

TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW .1 AUTOMATIC
For Sale: G.E.
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. 72 VEGA GT STA WGN, AC, FM
working condition
I WASHER, good
Ir $50.00. Phone 718.3799Want Radio, two newtlres,low mileage,
I I $1995. 264-7747 or Ext. 219 Cecil.

Name Office or activity to which assigned I to 'buy: U HAUL type
traitor In good cond. Contact Pioneer QX-8000A Quad

II I Chief Deremer 2922-3-4 Receiver, 22x4 watts-ch.. good

RM, Discrete Tape,
SQ
specs
Phone No.
Rank-Rate or Grade Work Signature I
I For Sale: 16'6" CAT BOAT, Seats walnut cabinet bargain $265.00.

1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, let: Full I 12, 165 Square Ft. Of Sail, $1800 Also good 8V2' Hansen surfboard
military or civilian: employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I trailer. Ext. 3051 $30. 771-5950
NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity I Includes ..........
to which he Is assigned and office telephone. This .......... .
2. Free advertising In the =1'Hee-T MARKET" STAR-
1972 STARCRAFT
Information Is for authentication only and your ad i
will be limited to Offers to buy, sell or rent housingfor CALIFORNIA '11
: :
MOVING TO Icebox 3
I should be worded Independently o4 this Information. MASTER 8. Sleeps 8. ,
personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I
Mobile Home Furn-unfurn. on Henke
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to burner stove $1400.00 Ch
S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In I W-W carpet
lot. Clean
and from work; announcements of educational private C.F. 8137 or at 5244 Saginaw Ave
the -following! edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads
I
courses offered by nonprofit organizations or I Best Offer. Ext 3276 or 772-1331.
arriving after that date will be placed in the JAX
Ads for rentals will be accepted .
I governement agencies.
following week's edition. Ads will be run only one .
only if the words "PCS" (for military), or
I time, unless resubmitted as prescribed above. 1968 POINTIAC CATALINA 4 Dr. TEMPEST
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the I Sale: 1965 PONTIAC,
I 'Jacksonville area) are Included In the wording of the Ht., auto, P.S., P.B., FAC. Air LEMANS Hard top Coupe; AT,
No phone calls will be accepted regarding I
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied MPG good condition
Cond. 16 ,
very
I by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR I PS, AC, tinted glass. Good 2nd
I NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide $495 264-3897 car. Call 781-9617 after 5 p.m.
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I
ad form which will be printedIn
I "Flee-T MARKET"
In each edition of our paper Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No I 1972V2 HONDA 1750 Excellent For Sale: Kroeler high back
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I condition, 12,000, miles $1500 call chair (Fabric) $45, 4 Kitchenette

I "Flee-T accepted. I 771-0157 chairs $ 10 4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to
I MARKET" Editor CO JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, .. Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a I reasonable. Call 781-8466
NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above I Two Piece LIVING ROOM
I OR requirements, will be refected. The publisher SUITE Spanish type Black For Sale: HOOVER PORTABLE
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor, c-o AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I leather 6 months old $200.00 or old -
washer. 1 good con-
I 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These forms year
1 best offer. 7722830. diton. New$130. will sell for $70 or
M -IB--------.*------- -_----f..f.111a.wss..
best offer. 186.581
For Sale, '68 PONTIAC GTO, .......-

Girl's 26-inch BIKE, good con 2 NEIGHBORS YARD sale June BOAT FOR SALE -17 ft Woodson Pwr & A.C. 2645594. 1972 PINTO 2000CC AT, AC, Disc

dition. Priced at $15.00 Call.778- 30, 12:00-6:00: : rain or shine. 7341 Tri/-hull W-70hp Chrysler, top, ______n__ Brakes, AM- Radio,' White with

3718 after 5: P.M. Pineville Drive Ortega Hills trailer, CG equip, Curtains, Xtra GO-KART $60, Competition avocado trim. Excellent con

Across from N.A.S. Jax. 772.2251 tanks, etc excel cond $1495 264- Holley 4661 Carburetor and diton. Cecil Ext.282," Evening 781-

ELECTRIC GUITAR and AM. 5856 Manifold 390 or 352 Ford $40, 1045.

PL I FIE I R Sears 30 Watt $70.00. 71 360 RT1 YAMAHA $375. Firm Chrome-valve covers $ 5 car top ..........

264-2307 After 6:00: p.m. new chain and sprockets. Runs 7420 SHARBETH DR. S Bet. rack $5. 2642768. 71 XR7 Cougar 351C-4V, 4Speed,

Good. Needs minor repair. 733- ween NAS Jax Cecil Field. 3rd, factory options too numerous to

For Sale: 1970 CHEVELLE SS 8557 after 3:30: p.m. 1V2 bath, brick home. CH&A, Box Wood, Hedge, Japanese, mention. Green met. with dark

396 AT, AC, PS, PB, 8 Track Tape Carpet, drapes, fenced yard. large healthy plants In gallon green vinyl roof. Excellent

Deck. Black with wide white 1972 S2 350 KAWASAKI-Good $25,500.264.5160 after 4 PM. cans $1.25 ea. Ph. 389.5326 condition.Cecil Ext. 282. Evening

racing stripes. Phone 264-3853 conditon. $400.00 cash or $300.00 781.1045

and assume payments: for more FOR SALE: 3 BR, 2 bath, family TS-185 SUZUKI 1973 Baby's

1973 DATSUN PU, under details call 737-7340 "A STEAL" room, cent heat, window air Dressing Table Early 72 BUICK LIMITED, low
AM-FM ........- 781.9093
warranty has with condition. Fenced BKYD, American. Phone mileage, see to appreciate. $3195
five. Sears top of the line.. Full size
overhead camper sleeps covered carport and utility room 264-774 or Cecil Ext. 219
Will sell separately. All for $3000. WASHER AND DRYER. 7419 Sanhurst Rd. So. Arlington LOST TOY SILVER POODLE

Compactly built for apartment lost In NAS Jax
Call 2642990. Phone 743.0745 Female: For Sale: Sears Kenmore 1973
use. includes rack and vent. residential area. Answers to
DISHWASH ER $ 150 Ward's 7hp
68 BUICK GRANT SPORT 350 CI $250.00 Phone 264-9627 For Sale: Sectional Sofa "L" "Jill". Call 772-9651. Reward $25.
...._.... Boat Motor, 1973 with year /
4 Yellow Black ;
sp. vinyl top new Shape, good condition, $50.00. service contract, $125 771.7995
tires, shocks, make offer Brian Free Kittens 2 Black, 3 Black&/ Solid Oak end tables and coffee For Sale: 12x60 THREE

Yetter Ext. 8455 White litter trained 778-0830 ask table, excellent condition, $40.00. BEDROOM MOBILE HOME, For Sale: Double bed with
for DianeSAIL AC washer shed. Completely
N.N. N. utility
Mattress, Vanity Dresser with
4 BEDROOM HOUSE In Oak Hill HOUSE FOR SALE: Meadow carpeted and furnished. .
Mirror and chair, In good condition
by Owner 2 baths, screened BOAT Montgomery 10. Brook 3 bedroom, 1 Vi bath utility Excellent condition call 771-0803 $35 call 786$0347

patio, garage and fenced yard. excellent condition, used one room with W& Dryer hookup

Pay equity and assume $143. season. Can also be rowed or Carport, Fence yard, Large Oak For Rent: 12x60 MOBILE J.C. PENNEY 5000 BTU windowair

Mortgage. Call 2646040. motored. Galvanized trailer, Trees, 264-6652 HOME, unfurnished, 2 br, washer
conditioner, less than .one
extras. $700 264-3532 evenings. dryer, AC, utility shed. $130 Mo.
SWAP WANTED: Any ADJAA .......... 786-7464 year old. $85.00. Call 772.1320

wishing to swap for Guam writeto For Sale: HOT POINT AIR. FOR SALE: 2 E-T MAGS-13 in After 6:30 p.m.
..
....... .
ADJAA Bruce E. Schramm CONDITIONER $120. Like new. $40.00 set. Call 388-8129 REFRIGERATOR 20 cu FT.
Gardenia .50 cents in
573-94-1993 Box 64 NAS Agana, 264.5594, 15,00 BTU, 220V. Runs Good. $30.00 778-3422 Llgustrum,

Guam FPO San Francisco, Calif. / .......... Four bedrooms, two baths, Brick, containers. Japanese yew,
century plants, varagated
96910 HOUSE FOR RENT avail about 5. Carpeted, CHA on nearly one "AIRCRAFT", 1965, ALON
slnesls, border
ligustrum grass.
Aug. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, den, acre near Orange Park. AIRCOUPE. 90 HP, radio, log.

MICHELIN 185 X B14 Steel Bed fenced yard. Brick Cedar Hills Available early July $35,000 full VFR panel, June annual, 640 771.3316

radial tires. Four new, never estates. 772-0867 Owner 2648655FURNISHED hours. SMOH Sharpest coupe In
SOFA Simmons,
SLEEPER
-
mounted. $175.00 days 772-2928 town $4600.00, Mr. Milner 772-3400

night 721.0114 Received orders Must sell 65 .......... Gray Vinyl, Good conditon $50
786.2567 C.F. Ext 8424 Adams.
HOME FOR or
CORTINA STA WGN. Good Upright Piano (not a player)
1971 PINTO. 4 speed, WSW Tires, Transportation. 2 air con. RENT 01 Oct 74 31 Mar 75 3 $150.00. After 6:00: p.m. 264-2307 .
Radio & Heater, Disc Brakes, ditloners. elec. range. several Bdrms, 2 baths, FR. CH-A. fully Dbl Knit Enl Uniform Size 40.

2000cc engine. 27.5 MPG in town other household Items. 772-0867 equipped kitchen, 2 car garage, GARAGE SALE: unusual Elec Grass Edger. Push type reel

$1050.00 or Best Offer. 389.2223 piano & color TV. Call Jan x 3073 antique Oak Dressers two Air mower. Wash Basin. V4 Int

For Sale: MOBILE HOME 12x65 Conditoners Snow Tires Misc, plywood. 286.4596

Lake Asbury Lot: on Henry EXPANDO 3 bedroom 2 bath, 5355 Margaret St. Oranger Park.
For Sale: NEW ALUMINUM
For Sale 63 OLDSMOBILE.Runs .
Court, Cleared Approx. 225 FT on $800 down for equity and taxes, :
SCREEN DOOR 32x80" Right will take best offer.
water, enclosed with 5FT. take over payments 778-1538 Hang $15. 771-4969 For Rent: Unfurn.3BRMOBILEHOME good.
Chainlink fence by owner. Phone Call 786-0157
-. CONV Nas Cecil. $150 ..........
338-8460 1967 MUSTANG 289 AC AT price 1974 HONDA 750: excl. conditon, mo. nights 2641724. DWH 772- 12x60 Hillcrest By Skyline In

450 CB HONDA excellent con $525.00. 11,000 BTU AIR COND. 3 month's old 8 Inch extended 3082, Mrs. GeorgeFor excellent Cond. 2 br, Kit, Din.

Henderson used 2 weeks price $150.00 firm front end and more. 2 helmet's Room, Carpeted AC, washer
contact
dition. $600.00 ... ... take over payments Call 772-8413 Sale: Orange Park Large 3

t.' JIII."'.!" 1 .t... ., ;. ((: ..'...Phpoe6.4-:. ..:./. ...I..f,... ,.1/: ......:J............;!'J..'.t''l"r ". ,.I.-..-........-------- J ... r. !L Brick._.. .'With'2-car. ......-.......garage...- t.1'.523..C'shed, Awning''.:i,1 $*,Cf4I fenced\\ .;).)4 yard.': o 772-




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I CALL: 387-3566 NEWEST CONCEPT
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Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than IN APARTMENT LIVING
arriving too late for this deadline will be TueSday for publication the fOllowing Thursday. Ads
DublishecJ the fOllOwing week 123 BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS .
structed otherwise. A check or money order for unless the publisher; is inEMPLOYMENT .
minimum he cost Of the ad must be received WITH the copy. Spacious: rooms, wide windows, KI)1a) >iIIt
RATE: charge ((3 lines
) ..$1.50 central
additionalline heat & air cond. Private
Mail to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.. 4565 SHIRLEY AVE.. ((4 words per lin ) ...60c patios, sundecks swimming pool _
JACKSONVILLE 32210 and party room.
I i


I L < : I too Immediate large FOSHEEREALTY or cash too for small.your equity, nor.- 264.8102 1800 KINGSLEY AVE.

GREAT JOB 3118.1581' DIRECTIONS Between
Broker
Earn $50-$75 per wk., working part. Blending Blvd. & Orange Park

time calling on single girls. Earn 3BR..2BA. BRICK Minutes away via new 1295.
more with Incentive plan. Must be Range & refrigerator
,
enclosed -
sharp! Phone 7213600. garage w-W & D =
connection fncd.,
pecan trees, pay equity & assume
PART-TIME JANITORIAL JOB PYm1s. 5161.89 Mo. Vansandt Realtor
A.M.. 12 Noon or 5P.M. -10 P.M. NAS 389.3549, ,
Jax & Cecil, 35S-2741. Royal Services.

:1" AUTOMOTIVE SALESSECRETARY ; w .., : :;<,@\\m BE OUR GUEST TO AN EXCITING

Light dictation required, excellent ORANGE PARK-HOUSE EVENING OF HORSE RACING AT
fringe benefits Including 3BR., 2BA., Furn., CH&A, W&D, DW,
Insurance. Westside VW company Fncd. Yd., fully carpeted, Avail. July.
paid phone 2641397. GATOR DOWNS
Herb Lane, 7815511.

C, 5 NIGHTS A WEEK 8 PM POST TIME
2 COLOR T.V.TECHNICIANSNeeded 2BEDROOM MOBILE HOME
for night or day shift. Military Private lot, completely Furn., 2 men TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY .,
preferred. 3845284. or couple only. Sign lease 1 yr. water & ec
garbage furn. $150.Mo. 7867915. V CLIP i BRING TO GATE V
_._ _._ _.__._._
t MISCELLANEOUS: : J --- -- ._-----_._-'

Want To BeA DISC JOCKEY 2BEDROOM, HjBATH TRAILERAC l GATOR DOWNS \

Call Mike Taylor 716.4126 or ,Conv. to Cecil Field & NAS, prefer e ,1
Columbia School of Broadcasting 35483S1. couple or singles, no children or pets.
QUARTER HORSE RACING
Home school San Francisco, 7717384. :
course by home study. Approved for 1
1
office Fla. Nat'l.
Local
Veterans.
Bank. Our 8th Year (not affiliated FOR RENT DUPLEX FREE: GRANDSTAND PASS :
Duclay Estates 2BR., living rm., .
with CBS Inc.) '
kitchen, Dining area. Utility rm. 1
Fncd. yd. CH&A. Info. Call 13283384. 1974 SEASON :

LIVE CRABS 1 1

Wilford's 2649707 Fish.... Camp Sublease until BEACH April HOUSE 1, 1975. then after J-3+ .k/rw befok GOOD ANY ONE NIGHT j

renew lease with owner. 4BR., 3BA., : werr ew '
garage, Ig. enclosed patio with }E, S.t \, TAX ABSORBED BY MANAGEMENT /
Also AUTO AIR CONDo SERVICE on lagoon bordering golf course plants, Interesting y.s '.._..__._-..______.___________.JA._-%
home Central units & window
Unfurn. house, 285.2460, if no
AC, Tyler's 4711 Palmer J88-JU1.
answer 2466649iMPE.


SUMMER CAMP FOR KIDS f: HOMES, f at. we "

Ages 8-16, Fishing, Horseback, W""t6t'Y

Swimming, Accredited Meals, 1,000 JUSTISS TRAILER PARK wont w h.TCIUrtAMIhme.
acres 246-7004, or 24V 9576. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern INK + ens Big Chief Say:

trailer and apts. 3893007. 4
e Ibbp
GEORGE'S Dogs Cats KENNELS Boarded CI Adro /.pMutAIE 41' U don't have to

Pickup & delivery service since 1925. WE BUY AND SELL fur .o rWeMlkrowc
Grooming, training & shipping. GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES 4L tai I TOTE 'EM..We mount
Sau.Es
Visitors welcome. Bankamericard & Phone 3884619. rir ( //f fly' 1wn14
r23J, Eetf 'em FREE!
Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 near
Ewe/tan
/
Cassat Ave. & Ave. EI
Edgewood hn
LET YOURREN1BE w. f2dS Y
SOlS Edgewood Court 389.0064 YOUR DOWN PAYMENT WlkAqA +

DEPOSITREQUIRED lOf9 ,p .11'// ,
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENTLike SUMIT MOBILE HOMES
new cond., full layout for Sand 5210 Phillips, Highway 733.9422 Ounyn t FUIDA P25
wich or Short order restaurant. 384- BRING THIS AD FOR $100.OFF ae.ietwdi;/r aeMlnn rJ '

5678 or 246.8383.
Radial Tires '

SINGER ZIGZAG L TRANSPORTATIONNOCASH I rn-oft.or Made by Fine

Sewing Machine, looks like new. 1973
Model, zlg zags, appliques, NEEDED EuropeanCraftsman
1968 Mustang stick,runs good,$795. or
monograms, etc. Need someone to
low mo. pymts. 3686422. u For v''Y
balance + N
pay S63,20 or assume$9.10 per aro.
month payments. Will take trade. $2.50 A YA Small Domestic
Phone 7310255. Ask for Credit ,Grog,set '
Manager. Will deliver, no obligation/ MOTORCYCLES WANTEDUSED uxre.CNI.u. Frot41 and Imported Cars "

Any shape, size, year, model, or .clrru I .
FOR SALE condition. 3870551. ALE rbI J| 40,000 MI. GUARANTEE ,\ _.
Like new 20" Wards Lawnmower in w.ire."n"elYe"r,I

excellent condition w.3'I2H.P. Briggs NOCASH NEEDED I55SR-12
cMl $23.72
Stratton engine. Will consider 1969 Torino Cobra, fastback 429, 4- nin/la j4N
reasonable offer. Call John from 12:00: Spd., 2DR, HT red $1095 or low mo. 155SR-13
Noon to 8OOP.M.: 757.4631.REALESTA'1rE. pym ts. 3886422. F $24.47
z 0
'MYrf4h1eI 65SR-13 $25.85
'
[ ,_ t NOCASH NEEDED <
: 1969 Chevy Impala HT, new transmission 165SR-14 $26.00

TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE sharp, $995. or low mo.

Two, up to twenty acre Tracts 5 mile pym ts. 388.6422. 155SR-15 $26.50
radius Cecil Field & 1-295 52,000.00 to

$3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far 1970 FORD PICKUP

below near-future values. Call Tony Sharp, new paint & new inspection, 165SR-15 $28.00PLUS
George, 389-5514, Eve. 7711976.
one owner, $1595. low mo. pymts. F.E.T.OF 1.49 to 2.00
WYNNE REALTYOF FLORIDA
arranged 388.6422.
Realtors Specialist Passenger Tire Guarantee

.Guaranteed against all road hazards for the life of the original
"oad.1f firs fails, wo will, at our option, repair it fr..or replace .
REALESTATE fR it, charging only for the tread wear on a prorate share of
New
& used home sales equilies the current plus tar
price
-
appraisals. Our staff Is navy oriented. ll6 .Guaranteed again wear-out for a tpecified number of mile
Room 604, First Federal Bldg. Call If tread wear owl In this period, wo will replace ii,chargingfor
355.9094, 384-5212, 7712189. t,44t mileage used on a prorala share of the current price, plus
Page Aspinwall Broker tai, Commercial vehicies'OKcluded.'TIRE .

j

VERY NICE v_ FI IctRiT1 I
3BR., Home with AC, & range serving :

bar between kitchen & LR, fncd. rytwLAAdlit /
backyard only $17,000. II( / **
COMPANY
JACK FOREHAND )
LfSJT i
4040 103rd SUbetween bases) $ -'. 1: OPIKMltYI.* kuj5,

Corp. Realtdr-ML.S. 771-8844 S444 NOftM NDV IIVD.Ili-im J801 M f POflt "0,*4MI
'
\

FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS 11220 LEM TURNER RD, (Corner Dunn's Avenue) 74SSS11JUNE

CONTACTJoe
Roplak (RET. NAVY) Realtor.
Associate Representing A' /'e' E f/(( tau

Blinding Agency Inc. Realtors j .hit'f/Ae F,,,tloo ,'Fr sF 1.
OFFICE! 77M034 RES 711-7715 ,


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. Know how much credit buying costsby



MAJ.USAF HARLAN Rnrrvt CYPHERS. the required disclosures. amount of down payment,it must
Many of us know what interestis mention all other importantterms
Until the of the
enactment
; 6 percent per year is an exam- such as the number,
"Truth in Lending Law," interest ple. If you borrow $100 for one amount, and period of paymentsthat
and finance charges were statedin and follow For example if
year pay 6 percent interest an iq
so many differing ways that it advertisement states "Only $2
you pay $6 for the use of that
was virtually impossible to know money. If you have the use of the down,"it must also state that you
just what credit was costing you. will have week for the
entire amount forone year you are to pay$10 a
The "Truth in Lending Law" requires paying an annual percentage rate next two years. Here again, the
creditors to state chargesin of 6 percent. But if you repay the intent Is to provide you with full
a uniform manner so that con- $100 in 12 in-
equal monthly information so that you can make
sumers know exactly what the stallments, you do not have the informed decisions.One .
charge is, thus allowing them to use of the entire amount for the

make more readily comparisons full year. In fact, over the entire other important provisionof
of the charges from different
year you have the use, on the average the Truth in Lending Law is
credit sources. ,of only about half of the full specifically designed for your pro
We all use credit in one form or
$100. So the $6 charge for creditin
tection in case you use your homeas I
another; whether it is a credit this case becomes an annual collateral in a credit transac- o 0 0 0
card, furniture purchased on the rate of about 11
percentage per- tion. Now, when you enter into a
installment plan, a car that is financed cent.
credit transaction in which your
a mortgage on a house,or Some creditors levy a service
home is used as collateral,the law
borrowing for other needs. The charge, a carrying charge, or gives you three business days to
law requires that two things be
other instead of in-
some charges reconsider and cancel the trans-
disclosed-the finance charge terest, or perhaps they may add action, should you desire. The
'. and the annual percentage rate. these the interest.
charges to creditor must give written
you
The finance charge is the Under the Truth in Lending Law notice of your right to cancel and Black History has ancient roots
amount of money paid to obtain they must now total all such
if you decide to cancel the trans
credit, while the annual percentage charges, including the interest, action within the three-day grace African history as an academic Because of the high degree of
rate provides the basis for and call the sum the' finance period, you must notify him in discipline is largely a postWorldWar civilization it achieved,Egypt has
comparing credit costs regardlessof charge. Then they must list the writing. II development. Interest in often been considered more
the dollar amount or the lengthof annual percentage rate of the Egyptian and North African European than African. Quite
time over which the paymentsare total charge for credit. There is one noteworthy excep- civilizations is of long standing, often Africa has been visualizedas
made. Both the finance The new law also gives a new tion to the previously mentioned but North African history was a land of savages, and ancient
charge and the annual percentage look to the advertising of credit right of cancellation. This right looked at mainly as a part of the Egypt with its advanced culture
rate must be displayed prom- terms. It says that if a business is does not apply when you sign a Sahara and was hardly ever just didn't fit that stereotype.
inently on the forms and state- going to mention one feature of first mortgage to finance the studied and assessed in terms of What is becoming more and more
ments used by a creditor to make credit in advertising, such as the purchase of a home. African culture. apparent, however, is that Africa
in general had a high degree of

civilization, and Egypt, then in-
cluding areas of the Sudan, was a
part of it.
In that part of the African con

tinent, the intermingling of races
GOOD'/YEAR was extensive and their cultures

became so mixed that no one

... t civilization dominated Egyptian
history. From paintings and artifacts -
.; in the tombs of the
l tf Tires and Accessories Pharohs, it has also become ap-

parent that there was great variety
'I
in the appearance of the Egyp-
ARE AVAILABLE AT tians. Physical features ranged

from Caucasian to Negroid, suchas
the fabled Queen Nefertiti, the
SPECIAL MILITARY PRICESAT
co-founder of the Eighteenth
Dynasty.
The great majority of the 300
THESE GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES
: million inhabitants of the African

continent are descendants of
those who have lived on it for
; CECIL I FIELD -
w" many thousand years. The storyof
".:. 'f'". 7' 5500 JAMMES ROAD (Near 103rd, one block off Blanding) these people represents a con-

:..' 5429 NORMANDY BOULEVARD siderable part of the history of
: human society. Not only have

',\ H. ,:,.,. 4593 SAN JUAN AVENUE their actions shaped the patternof
.'\:, 5625 NORWOOD AVENUE history on that continent, but
Africans have also played their
n< ; 231 BROAD STREET -, part in the development of the
t..
nii" !.'-, :" :. .' 4472 HENDRICKS AVENUE civilizations of the New World,
:- Europe and Asia.

.",..- : "," ARLINGTON ROAD ,'
':.It'' ; 5920 UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD ;

1737 THIRD ST. NORTH' JACKSONVILLE BEACH

+ good the

r JUST CLIP THIS COUPON AND PRESENT IT WITH YOURID neighbor.

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I A doctor views a case of alcoholism I IDr

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Robert D. Fink of the Ten-
Psychiatric Hospital in the progression of the signs and moralistic approach is extremely also result in secondary dependence on the blood's defenses, he added
nessee Memphis, says withdrawal from drome.symptoms" of the abstinence syn- beneficial in Retting the patient in in the alcoholic patient Dr. the alcoholic patient"may be par-
acute withdrawal to cooperate Fink cautioned.Also ticularly susceptible to infec-
acute alcohol toxicity "is a medi- Dr. Fink described "
this progression with medical intervention." tion. Therefore while antibi-
cal disorder with a potentiallyhigh as having four stages: in the acute phase of with- otics should not be used indiscreetly
degree of morbidity and in Stage 1: Concerning treatment of acute ,
Tremors exces- drawal, alcohol acts as a diuretic aggressive managementof
advanced untreated cases, sig- sively rapid heartbeat, hypertension withdrawal, Dr. Fink said it is -increasing the secretion of possible infections is advisablefor
nificant"mortality-as high as 15 heavy sweating loss of appetite important to use sedation, but urine. But after the blood alcohol effective detoxification he
percent. and insomnia. "oversedation should be avoided. level begins dropping this effect said.'
Speaking at the American Med- Stage 2: Hallucination ." Oversedation he said, frequently diminishes and a diuretic agent '\
The should also be
ical Association convention in increases the physician
auditory, patient'sconfusion
visual
tactile
,or a com- can often be used effectively in
of the fact that disorders
aware
New York City, Dr. Fink noted bination of these and makes inpatientcare
and
; rarely, olfactory the patient to correct overhydra-
has such as fractures, gastritis, pan
that "new legislation focusedon signs. mandatory. Certain drugscan
tion, Dr. Fink said.
the decriminalization public Stage 3: Delusions, disorien- also have an adverse effect on creatitis and anemia "are not
drunkenness, and increasing tation, delirium sometimes intermittent heart and blood pressure and may Because of the effect of alcohol uncommon "in patients in the
acute phase. Dr. Fink said.
demands are being made on the in nature and usually
physician to treat the acute al- followed by amnesia.
cohol abstinence syndrome." Stage 4: Seizure activity.
In addition he said, "Recent Dr. Fink said that "when the IOU I.IPP General Manager
court decisions have emphasizedthe syndrome progresses from Stage
acute patho hysiology rather 1 to Stage 4, the diagnosis of classical -
than the criminality of the intoxi- delirium tremens can be SAYS NOW IS THE RIGHT TIME
cated and/or withdrawing indi- made." He noted, however, that
vidual and have suggested with increasing frequency patients FOR YOU TOt1
medical-psychiatric rather than are being seen by physicians .,
punitive approaches." while in Stages 1 and 2."In-
Dr. Fink told his audience of tervention at those points," he O'
physicians that the term stressed "aborts the progressionof
"DTs"-or delirium tremensisa this serious and often fatal syn-
"meaningless diagnostic drome."
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I Some thoughts on the local drug scene. .



Dr. Mark Goldschmidt writes readily available at almost any reasonably priced on the drug problems directly, we set Unless the child buys his own, a
this column as an individual not middle or high school in the area, blackmarket.WHY examples for our children; whenwe concerned parent can detect
as a spokesman for the depart and is the preferred drug of the DO KIDS USE DRUGS? sedate or drink them away, usage by unexplained losses of
ment of pediatrics or the Naval, older children. There are several hundred we also set examples. volume in the liquor supplies.The .
Regional Medical Center. While Sniffing "gunk"airplane( glue, reasons, but let me select some 5. The laws against drug usageare most often fought or
clinic guidelines reflect depart: spray deodorants, solvents, etc.) factors I see as crucial. inconsistent, unreasonable, refused: the concerned friend
ment policy medical information is a fad among younger teenagersand 1. Boredom: In many areas, and are not enforced fairly.Laws who tries to tell you about your
and opinions are based upon Dr. pre-teenagers. These sub- especially Orange Park, there that equate marijuana usage child. Far too many parents react
Goldschmidt's knowledge and stances are placed in a bag and are almost no places for a with rape or armed robbery in with a blind defense of their child
personal approach; he alone the child breathes them until he teenager to go in the evening. terms of punishment, are and an attack on their friend
accepts responsibility for them. becomes "high". Unfortunatelythis Dependence upon adults for patently absurd and are (turned informer). Be gratefulthat
By DR. MARK GOLDSCIIMIDT simple game is highly: transportation (limited bike therefore enforced only selec someone cares enough about
destructive to brain anti liver paths and public transportation) tively. The judicial system which you and your child to
Children are turning toward cells with many of these childrenleft also inhibits the non-driving child varies from town to town, judgeto do something. Encourage your
drugs and other mind-altering retarded or otherwise brain from reasonable pursuits. judge, might ask the respected friends to be honest with you evenif
substances with increasing damaged. Sedatives and 2. Frustration : Legitimate parents of a soft-drug seller to you fear the information; ask
frequency. If your child is in high stimulants,such as secobarbital, disappointment and frustrationwith pay a small fine in one instance, them to be willing to hear from
school, the chances are greater qualude, dexedrine, and our social and political and imprison the one-time experimenter you, if need be.TREATMENT.
than 3 out of 4 that he has tried methamphetamine are used in failures drive many sensitive, in another instance. : In all cases of
some mind-altering substance at small amounts by local idealistic children into the 6. We live in a drugculturenotthe addiction (heroin usage, bar-
least once, and 1 out of 4 that he teenagers, but remain worrisome "counter-culture" where many of hard core drugs, but the day- bituate dependence and
uses it regularly (at least once a because they tend to make people our values bad and good alike to-day messages on TV,radioand, methamphetamine reliance),
month). These numbers are not dependent on them. are negated. Drug usage, often the printed media which say call for professional help. In our
affected by social class or rank. Middle-aged women (please forced by peer pressure, is a "Everybody must take some area, 354-LIFE is the drug information
.. WHAT ARE THESE SUB take this personally if it applies to frequent component of the medication all the time to be a and help HOT LINE.
STANCES? Heavy drug usage, you) who use relaxants to keep "counter-culture". good, healthy, decent In July Orange Park will have a
such as herion, morphine, and calm during the day, sedatives at Most people who turn to drugsuse American." Vitamins (un- similar hot line 264HOPE. Soft
barbiturate dependency,make up bedtime, and stimulants (such as them to escape from necessary in 95 percent of cases) drug usage beyond the experimentation -
only a small proportion ((1.2 weight reducing medications), something: parents, school or are a way of life, as are sleeping stage means that
percent) of regular users of form a tremendous pool of drug society. People who are medications, aspirin for any your child, and probably the
mind-altering substances. dependent people and are the relatively satisfied with them- symptom, stool softeners, stool family unit (child with both
Alcohol and marijuana (pot, greatest abusers of "downers"" selves and their life situation hardeners and over-the counter parents), needs counseling.
MaryJane) are the prime offenders the sedative type of drugs. Their rarely become dependent on sedatives. How many Church leaders, the drug
in teenagers,with alcoholon availability in your home makes drugs. medications do you have in your rehabilitation people at NAS Jax,
top, due to its availability and them easy for children to try, and 3. Availability of drugs and the home? How many times week and LIFE drug professionals are
social acceptedness (in adults, of even if you don't have them, they affluence to pay for them: As do you take a pill (birth control all available for these services.

course-not children), Pot is are over-manufactured and thus stated above, marijuana and pills count)? If our children live Direct confrontationwithout some
prescription type drugs are in a world which accepts the daily professional assistance will
easily obtained. More relevant is ingestion of drugs, they are usually backfire in dealing with
the fact that the teenagers today bound to consider them socially the drug-using chUd.PREVENTION .
have too much spending moneyin acceptable and even desirable.

[Dossabhoy is humfingout ( my "humble" opinion), withan HOW DOES ONE KNOW : Since treat-
unprecedented ability to pay ment is difficult and not always
ONE'S CHILD IS USING
good deals black-market prices. DRUGS? Except for the hard successful, the preventive approaches -
4. Parents, and our society in must be used to
drug, there are no clear signs.
I general, are inconsistent about The opiates (heroin, morphine, capacity.
rules and moral codes. In termsof 1. Keep a close, honest
and codeine
opium, ) tend to
SAVE addictiveness, long term side- relationship with your teenagers.
% constrict the pupils in the eyes.
effects (kills Each needs to each
many more people Users of these also get con- parent give
than all other drug combined), child some one-on-one time on a
stipated and are often quiet
and dangerous anti-social regular basis, in addition to any
except for withdrawal symptoms,
!- i Here afeiA behavior while under its in- family activities.
which include agitation and
72 HORNET "X" fluence, present date shows nausea. An unexplained needle, 2. Be educated about drugs: if
Red, 3 dr., Hatchback cyl., AT, alcohol to be a far more syringe or tourniquet should you cannot answer your
wheels.air, PS R&H$2795, WW. Slot style dangerous drug than marijuana.Yet never be ignored! The children's questions, a drug

how many parents sit with stimulants: amphetamines and salesman] can.
72 GALAXIE 500
/ martini-- and and lecture to 3. Encourage your child to
4 other appetite suppressants
Dr. H.T., with lull power A' air,
plus vinyl top. Sharp their children about drug usage. enlarge the pupils,and the user is bring their peers into your home.
$1895 If we in our culture (especiallythe frequently busy, occasionally Learn what these children as a
# 73. GREMLIN "X" Navy part of it) escape from agitated and disorganized. group believe. Allow them to
Platinum W-bucket"seat interior, our tensions with our happy Marijuana has a strong, trust you.
AT, PS,air,slot style wheel,WW & hours, evening drink, or weekend sweetish smell-but not as 4. Support drug prevention
Rallye stripes.' 1 owner. blasts, how can we tell our pleasant as incense. Bags of programs in your area with time,
$2995 children to face reality and learnto coarse tobacco or paper for money and personal interest.
70 FORD LTD live with it. We are in-
2 dr., HT, W-full power and air, rolling cigarettes does not mean
vinyl top, extra clean. consistant in denying our you children are becoming 5. Help develop places for your
$1495 children the same types of economical-it almost always child to go: i.e. rec centers,

73 NOVA SEDAN escapes that we use constantly.When means marijuana. Alcohol is evening coffee houses at your
Blue 4 Dr.. Auto. Pwr str., Pwr. we as adults cope with our readily available in most homes. church or even the -officer's
-, :' ; brakes, air, Radio, WW tires. .. club; push your local governmentto
Sharp as a tack. .
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71 IMPALA HARDTOP T4c
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: your
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power .
(/ air.An unusually clean family car. . JORJES1 i when he goes out at night. On the
Economy priced. other hand, he should know
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5. C.rprt ',.m,...ry 2. Sill AMOITIZING-Sl.OOO they can tell you if your child is in'
N.tt Frm Publicly Mild mv.Um.nl prcvidft 72 trouble. Personal and blind
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into drug problems.If .
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I .Or,.."Whats loin,g on in Orange Park ? I

Jax -- Can a liberal Navy HOPE Council have -
given input numbered 264-HOPE will be-
,
pediatrician from the Northeast to the schools
drug education started this
summer manned
by
take on a conservative programs.Dr. .
Southeastern town and affect, of Goldschmidt has talked to volunteers in the community. ea w.

all things, a drug prevention several classes in Orange Park

program? Middle School.Well aware of the Volunteers for various
If you know Clay County, lack of recreational facilities for programs and casual or office
Florida, you'd probably respond children in Orange Park, the furniture for the alternative

"no!" LCdr. Mark Goldschmidt council even set up "Saturday center are actively being sought, ':i -iI
But Happenings"in
March and April to and any interested parties are
Assistant Chief of Pediatrics at give the hildren
a
constructive encouraged to contact Dr,
the Naval Regional Medical outlet for their energies. Goldschmidt ((772-2341)). 1 erd
Center here, enjoys challenges.When Their biggest project is to What is left for HOPEcouncilafter
asked to work with establish a professionally-staffed the center is established?
Orange Park's fledgling drug- alternative center where childrencan
prevention programhe offeredto get help and can be offered
try. Two meetings later Dr. alternative ways to get high-i.e. DRUG PREVENTION
Goldschmidt was chairman. The high on the experiences of living PROGRAMFirst
group took on a name-HOPE rather than on drugs.

Council-and a plan was Manpower has not been areal of all, HOPE plans to
developed to counter Orange problemfor the 40-member establish a referral arrangementwith
Park's drug problem. HOPE Council, with its the schools to replace their
Orange Park is no exception to representatives from most of antiquated suspensionwithout-
the problem of drug usage: the the professional and service counciling approach to drug
majority of teenagers have experimented groups in town, in addition to offenders in the school. Then
with mind-altering students, school faculty memo HOPE council will try to work
substances, and up to 25 percentuse bers and interested citizens. with the courts in developing a
them regularly. However, ina Their biggest headache, like consistent, intelligent approachto Dr. Mark Goldschmldts emphasizes the importance of,HOPE
staid, quiet town like Orange anybody else's, has been getting drug offenders.Their goal is to Council's drug program at a recent Council meeting.Photo by Ron
Park, some people don't like to money for the center and its staff. establish more rigid punishmentsfor Bayles)
discuss a sensitive topic such as Mr. Griffith and Dr. Gold- the pushers, regardless of
drug usage;they'd rather try to schmidt went before the Orange their family background, and
wish it away. Park and Clay County Com more concern and counseling for
As pointed out in the article on missioners and received a the users, possibly probatingthem
Page 20 that Dr. Goldschmidtwrote commitment to supplement to HOPE Center. TOYS TA5323

for the JOWC', there are grants being sought at the state
many reasons for kids to turn on and federal level. In the near The problem won't resolve

to drugs. Fortunately for the future,HOPE hopes to announce overnight, but with a
children of Orange Park, thereare more definite plans for its multifaceted program like HOPE
quite a few interested citizens alternative center.A COUNCIL has developed, there
who have fought to get the drug hot line, appropriately remains a lot of HOPE. outh
problem out in the open so that
they can work on it.
HOPE Council sponsored a pairof
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The Article 15 myth ,i

MISSII HR: -PATRICK AIR.H-ORIDV

Eavesdrop on a bunch"barracks lawyers"rapping about
Article 15 sometime. You'll probably come up with about the "
same amount of factual information that would emerge froma
similar discussion on what causes warts. ,'\' "
Article 15 is a legitimate part of the Uniform Code of Mili '!- '
tary Justice(UCMJ). But it is not a club which can be used bya n ,,. ,,,, '..
commander to discipline anyone he doesn't happen to like, Y 3'1 .' j
disregarding clearly spelled-out military legal rights. ,,;<
Not just anyone can impose an Article 15-only the com Iii
manding officer of a unit, or(on rare occasions) someone to
whom the authority has been legally delegated. And it can _
only be given for some clearly stated act or omission which
has breached the UCMJ. _
An NCO can't give an Article 15 on his own. lie has to
convince the commander that it is merited,so he must be sure
of his facts. And-contrary to widespread misunder-
standing-neither can a Judge Advocate. His job is to make
sure that everything is done by the book.
How many service members know that they don't have to
accept an Article 15?They can say"no," and will then proba- n W I+ ,
bly be given an opportunity to present their cases at a court-
martial, more like a civilian trial.
Before requesting a court-martial remember this: althoughan
Article 15 does go onto a military record affecting promo- 4 4 .. ., J i.
tions, assignments or security clearances, it doesn't return -
with you to civilian life as a court-martial conviction would. -. .d,.
There is need mention Article 15 to prospective
to a
an
no even WE LIKE SEEING THIS AT POOLSIDE,but we don't care much for the empty beer cans and wine
employer.If bottles that have been turning up near the indoor pool area. How about "cooling it" somewhere else
should receive Article 15 make that the
you ever an sure
and cutting down on the NAS Jax litter problem. _
commander knows all about your side of the story.
How? It's quite simple. Talk to a legal officer imme- moron w aow fnn
diately-before you sign anything. That's why he's there.
That's why the government pays him-to advise you. He will
see that your specifically stated right to have written state- GUITAR PLAYERS
ments or other pertinent documentary evidence attached to
the file is observed. STUDIO
Now wait just a minute before you run out and nail up a
shingle as a gilt-edged barracks lawyer!These are just a few
sketchy highlights of a very complex subject.Go to an expert, GUITARS
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r, h tained the number of a doctor out. capsules plus ten 5 milligram tab- ence on them, and unknowinglyis yearly. For amphetamines their
side the base who specialized in lets, or the equivalent of 70 cups now an addict. figures indicate an annual production .
fast weight loss. His medication of black coffee a day. Each night Many people, not just house. level of four to five pills
would require no dieting,exerciseor she takes Nembutal to keep her wives, develop this dependencyon per person. (Others estimate the
calorie counting. She'd tried from lying awake, keyed up and diet pills which contain am- amount in the billions per year of
bjr BOB DALY the latter but always gave up after jittery, unable to sleep. Jane is phetamines and tranquilizers sedatives and tranquilizers or approximately -
a short time.A now, in drug lingo, a "speed whicn contain barbiturates.They 100 pills per person.)
The medicine cabinet has, in few weeks after her first visitto freak." continue to take the pills long Over half of these find their wayto
many instances, become a cornucopia the doctor her friends told her Dianne lives on another part of after their usefulness has worn the hands of people who have
of mood altering
drugs. how much more energetic she the installation. Her husband is off and go to different doctors for developed some kind of depend-
Recent American surveys! have shown that seemed. In the weeks that followed an NCO and has just received more. The amphetamines (up- ency. The extent of pill dependency .
the public is being her pounds had seemed to another promotion. With four pers) help ward off fatigue, so in the United States is unknown -
lambasted by advertising to relax disappear and she had more pep children in the family and her beyond controlling weight the but current trends are
with a pill, take off weight with a and confidence. Now the doctorwas husband Bill going on TDY often, pills become a panacea for a long alarming.The .
pill, wake up, slow down, be becoming a regular routine. she doesn't have time to get involved tiring day. medicine cabinet shouldnot
happy and relieve tension with Phil, too, had noticed her new in too many activities out. Many people also turn to tranquilizers become a Pandora's box nor
pills. figure and complimented her. lie side of her home. She gets frustrated to help them solve the should it become a medical
Jane lives in the housing area ofa was proud of her new self being alone and sometimesthe everyday problems of stress.After storehouse. It should be inspectedto

typical military installation. assurance and poise. After a few children get on her nerves. It being keyed up all day they find at remove no longer needed
lIer husband Phil is an officer, months she found that at the end wasn't too much trouble to find a night they must resort to barbitu- drugs.
hard working and ambitious. of the day she couldn't seem to doctor who was sympathetic to rates (downers) or sedatives to For anyone who has a questionor
Since he decided to make the relax and it was becoming more her plight about not being able to bring them down slowly and put problem, there is a number to
military a career, Jane decided to difficult to go to sleep. But then sleep at night and being tense them to sleep. When they awake call, a place to go, a person to see.
help by getting more actively involved she was more active in the community during the day. many return to this same danger. Contact your medical officer or
in local community af- and always chairwomanof Since Bill is gone most of the ous cycle of drug dependenceupon drug abuse unit. Help is availa ..
fairs. this or that committee. Stop- time and Dianne is in charge of both up and down drugs. ble.
There was only one problem; ping in to see another doctor, she the bills,he is unaware of her use According to statistics compiled -
Jane had put on a little weight. neglected to mention the diet of sedatives and tranquilizers.She by the US Department of
Not that looks were that impor. medication, so the physicianwrote is now taking Valium and Commerce, American pharmaceutical -
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few pounds she'd feel more confidence was three years ago. more Doriden during the day to enough sedatives to provide .e3
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From her new friends she obi.rn- is twenty 15 milligram strong psychological depend- the U.S.with six to eight capsules






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I 'lIi 't"' Y.lf/t,::<' :,:::: Fast-pitch playoffs start todayJax


i SOFTBALL ROUNDUP The NAS Jax elimination playoff for the the other winner.

intramural fast-pitch station chamionship. In The rest of the playoff

FAST-PITCH RESULTSfor SLOW-PITCH RESULTSfor softball playoffs get un- those games scheduledto schedule has play con-
the week of June 17 week of June 17 derway today at 4 p.m. on be played yesterday tinuing on Monday with
HS.1 1 12 EAGLES 7 Trolley Field but as the FICEUR second place one on Wed-
MAD FOXES 10 LIONS 0 ATC 15 VP-45 14 two games,
MARINE BKS 16 AIMD No. 1 2 VP.2"No.1 10 HS-15 No. 1 7 Jax Air News went to finishers in the American nesday and the cham-
PELICANS 7 FALCONS SUPPLY 6
NARJAX HUNTERS 8 3 HOSPITAL 2 WEAPONS 7 7 6791h 0 press, Hospital, winners of League, was to play the pionship game set for
FICEUR 7 LIONS 0 NDRC 9 VP.5 3 the American League title, VW-4 Hunters, third place Monday, July 8.
HC.2 13 CPW.1I
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MARINE BKS 2
HS.1
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MAD FOXES 11 HUNTERS 1 AIMD 18 HS.15 No. 2 7 and NarJax, winners of finishers in the National
NARJAX 7 AIMD No.1"1 FICEUR 6 COMMUN 0 the National League title, League. Also scheduled to
HOSPITAL 7 PELICANS 1 VW4 8 DENTAL 3 Fliers travelto
MARTD 15 VP.2" No.2.4 were still waiting to find play were the VP-45

out who their opponents Pelicans, who finished
FAST-PITCH SOFTBALL would be. second in the National MayportJax
STANDING SLOW-PITCH SOFTBALL
STANDINGS On Wednesday the League, and the VP-5 Mad
AMERICAN LEAGUE second and third place Foxes, who finished thirdin The NAS Jax

Final Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE finishers in each league the American League. Fliers Softball team

W L Final Standings were to meet each other to This evening at 4 p.m. travels to Mayport

HOSPITAL i6Vi 2Vfe 6 W L determine the two teams Hospital will play one of Saturday night for a
FICEUR 13 VP-24 No. 1 14 3
MAD FOXES nvfc 6V4 FALCONS 14 3 that would meet the league yesterdays winners whileat doubleheader with the

HS-1 7% IH V VP-45 12 5 winners in a double- 6 p.m. NarJax will play Mayport team that will
MARINE BKS 2 15 ATC 10 7 begin at 7 p.m.
LIONS 112 6Vfe SUPPLY 9 8 The doubleheader will
NDRC 7 10 Slow-pitch playoffs
be a warmup for the Fliersas
NATIONAL LEAGUE VP-5 7 10
they will return to
Final 679th 5 12
StandingsW L WEAPONS 5 12 delayed by weatherJax Mayport July 4-6 for the

NARJAX 17 2 Mayport Fast-Pitch In-
PELICANS 10 7 NATIONAL LEAGUE vitational Softball Tour-
The NAS Jax intramural slow-pitch Softball
HUNTERS 9& 8Vfe Final Standings nament. In addition to Jax
EAGLES 212 7V4 W L playoffs were scheduled to get underway last Mondaybut
AIMD No. 1 0 18 DENTAL 13 4 rainy weather forced postponement of not only and Mayport, Cecil Field
HC-2 12 5 Monday's games but Tuesday's also.Monday's and two city league teams
VW-4 12 5 schedule was to have witnessed VP-24 No. 1 will be competing in the

The Veterans Administration is FICEUR COMMUN 9 11 6 8 pitted against Communications, VP-45 against HC-2, the double round -' robin

training two new kinds of AIMD 9 8 VC-2 Falcons against VW-4 and the Air Ops ATC team tourney.

personnel-nurse practitionersand MARTD 7 10 against Dental. As soon as the weather clears these
nurse clinicians-and assign CPW-11 5 12 same matchups will take place with Mason Field serving -
ing them to agency health care
VP-24 No.2 2 15 as the battlefield.
teams.
VP-24 won their berth in the playoffs as a result of

'. Z1" .:: ';v ffir'::, :'::::' w. ::< 'J.:::1 winning the American League title but to do that they

:'t had to play a playoff game with the VC-2 Falcons since Nf I
ENTERTAINMENT both teams finished the American League season with y 1

I w. NIGHTLY 14-3 records..VP-24 won the playoff game 91. VP-45 took
third place in the League with a 12-5 record while ATC
8:30: pm til 1:30: am took fourth with a 10-7 record.

'' Cocktail Hour 5-7 pm Dental made their way to the playoffs with a 13-4 ARE iOU REALLY PUTTING
record and the National League title. HC-2 and VW-4
:",, <:::;:<., tied for second behind Dental with 12-5 records while OK IN FOR112AN6FERLITIFF ARE ,
TOJ JUST TR1YI HG
SPECIAL RATES .-...&.00 doubl.occupancy per person Communications took the final playoff berth with an 11-6 TD CHEER WE up:; //
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__1 A Sports Quiz :

-iu.r CF' J
-_ -Keystone Log
1. Who threw the first completed
"Televised" touchdownpass .
? Who caught it, and who BOWLING MEETING NEXT WEEK
were the 2 teams that played?
.
Jax An organizational meeting for the Fall In-
2.Who was the last team to beat tramural bowling season will be held at the NAS Athletic
the UCLA Cagers before Notre* Office in Bldg. Wednesday, July 3, at 9:30: a.m. All
Dame did it last January 20th? commands and units interested in competing in the fall

3. What quarterback has been program are asked to have a representative at the
involved in the most Super meeting.
Bowls?
A DEADLINE FOR
TENNIS PLAYERSJax
4. True or False: Pro running
backs Ed Podolak,Tom Matte and
Paul Horning were all quarterbacks Today is the deadline! If you are interested in
in college. representing NAS Jax at the 6th Naval District Tennis

5. Who was the third quarter. :Tournament being held at NAS Atlanta, July 8-12, today
back drafted by the Jets in 1965 is your last chance to let the Athletic Office know. Give
when they also drafted Joe them a call at Ext. 3239.
Namath and John Huarte?
WOMEN HOLDING CAR WASH
n-- 6. LA Lakers Stan Love has an
older brother who is a recording
artist. Who is he and with what Jax The NAS Jax Women's Softball team will be
group? holding a car wash on Saturday, June 29. They be at the
7. What World Hockey Association NAS Barnett Bank from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Team has a female for an Assistant .
Coach? What is her name AUGUST SWIM SESSION CANCELLEDJax
and what is her job? -
The sixth session of summer swim lessons,
8.Who is his
,by own admission,
the wildest dresser in professionalsports scheduled to run August 19-31 has been cancelled. This is
? due to the fact that Duval County Schools begin on
COMPETITION FOR THE KING .. This Jax Air News reader in. August 26.
forms us she's tired of the so-calledNAS Jax "Fishing King" gettingall
that space in our paper. She hasn't caught any fish yet, but we Answers
noticed she's very well equipped. 1. Albert L. Howard,an 88 yard LIFESAVING CLASS BEGINS JULY 8
TD pass to Bob Brooks, Waynes-
0fl \ burg College vs Fordham. Jax A senior lifesaving class is scheduled to begin

': ; __ 2. Notre Dame also ended July 8. The class will run from 12:30: a.m. to 1:55: p.m.,
: :
; Y : :' f UCLA's last winning streak 3 five days a week for four weeks.All interested personnel
4 years ago.
--- should sign up in Bldg. 523.
3. Super-sub Earl Morrall.
4. True.
,- SI' I II 5. Bob Schweickert.
( ( 6.Mike Love of the Beach Boys. -
'5 7. New York Golden Blades,

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FAST PITCH LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE the following times and
VA-174 3-0 VS-30 14.1 locations:

VA-45 2-0 VA-46 13-7 4 July, 1200-1800 Friendship
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VS-30 0-1 VS-22 No.2 5-10 6 July, 09001100Inlet Marine,

AMD 0-2 Admin 1.9 Herb White Marine, FriendshipPark Y FI FIa
VA-72 0-2 NATIONAL LEAGUE Ramp,Trout River Ramp,
VA-174 18-2 Arlington Road Ramp, Pottsburg
SLOW PITCH LEAGUE VS-22 No. 1 16-9 Creek Ramp, Intercoastal Ramp,
VA-174 3-0 VS-32 No. 16-9 and Goodby Lake.
VS-32 4.1 VA-45 8-12
Marines 2.1 AMD 4.16 13 July, 1200-1500 Jimmy Day'sMarine

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VA-15 3-2 VA-37 0-5 For further information please
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VS-22 1.3 closed on Friday,June 28th from
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I ( 'iWW '; Intramural bowloffs conclude tonight I

I W NG STANDINGSPACIFIC 'J Jax ,
The
top two teams The NAS Jax Intramural were close behind with a
j from each of the five NAS Bowloffs began yesterdayat 5228.
LEAGUE
Final Standings SOLEX PIN BUSTERS 5 47.2 32--. Jax intramural bowling the Bowling Center and Representing the

REBELS 45 31 leagues are presently will finish up tonight, Atlantic League will be the

W L MARINE BKS3642tz 3731 competing for the honor of beginning at 4 p.m. ,as the Controllers from Air Ops

ONES BUNCH 57 23 IIC-2 No.1 34 44 being known as the best of 10 teams roll their final six and the Dirtballs from

PELICANS 54 26 SPLITMAKERS 30 46 the bunch and that title games. The championswill Supply. The Controllers
SOVfc 29Vi go
CPOS
ADCOPS 49 31 GUTTER RATS 28 44 should be decided tonightat be crowned when the into the bowloffs with a 57-

TRIPPERS 46 34 WALLBANGERS CONTINENTAL LEAGUE 15 61 the NAS Jax Bowling total pins with handicapfor 23 record and the Dirtballsa
Center.
SPLITMAKERS 45 35 Final Standings the 12 games are 51.29 record.
BUSCH BUDS 29 47 N tallied.
28 BiLL 1 PROOF The Rotorheads of HS-1
HIGH( LIFERS 48 "
W L The Late Chargers from
MADFOXESNo.2 27% 52'h GAFFERS .. are taking a 60-20 record
54 26 679th with
521/ 191
HC.2 No.2 22 50 THUNDERBOLTS 52 28 a : /> and the Lionhearts of HS15a
Y record and the Texaco
FASO 22 58 ,
HELP 48 32 57-23 record into the
Stars from FICEUR witha
NATIONAL LEAGUE WRECKERS 45 35 1 1LL bowloffs as representativesof
record will be
50Mr21M
Final Standings GEMS 43 37 the National League.
DOCS 38 42 representing the

W L ZEROS 36 44 American Bowling HS-1 has a second

ROTOR HEADS 60 20 FICEUR 5 34 46 League.The representative going to the

LIONHEARTS 57 23 SCREWBALLS 33 47WOMEN'S Continental Leaguewill bowloffs in the form of the

ROSE'S RAIDERS LIB 29 28 51 52 be represented by the Ones Bunch and their 57-23

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ATLANTIC P Gaffers from MARTD and Pacific League record. /
LEAGUE
(Give blood Final Standings Thunderbolts. from Also representing the
Ii IiAILME
9fItE;" CPW11. The Gaffers Pacific League will be the

unto others. W L finished with a 54-26 record Pelicans from VP-45 witha

As you CONTROLLERS 57 23 while the Thunderbolts 54-26 record.
DIRTBALLS 51 29

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PAGE 28Gymnastics AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER

'' VP-45 wins golf titleJax
now ,\, ,,'''''''''. ":' :1::<:3( ,.


being offeredat t GOLF STANDINGS acttt cO -The Pelicans of VP-45 recently won the NAS Jax

Rec CenterJax Intramural Spring and Summer Golf Championship for
1974 when they defeated NarJax ll1% to GVfe in the

.- The Dependents NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE championship playoffs.The .
Final StandingsWedding
Recreation Center is sponsoringa Final Standings Pelicans and NarJax ended the regular season

gymnastics program for all W L W L with 10-2 records to tie for the first place spot in the
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interested dependents.The NDRC 91h l1h NARJAX No 1 10 2 American League. NarJax defeated the Pelicans in a
classes will be held twice a
week and run indefinitely as longas FASO 7 4 4 PELICANS No.1 9 10 2 3 playoff for the league championship but the Pelicans

instructors are available.. If SUPPLY No.2 7 7 4 AIR ADCOP OPS 81h 31h came back in the championship playoffs to gain a
l\IARTD
the program receives enough NARJAX No.2 6 5 VP-5 No.1 7 3 measure of revenge by winning the intramural crown.
support and participation, VW-4 6 5 IIC-2 61h 51h In the first round of the playoffs the Pelicans met
with local
private
competition 4 5 FALCONS 5 7 of the National and sent
clubs will be initiated. AIl\ID No.2 NDRC, winners League crown,
LTjg( ) Paul Stevens of liS-11 PELICANS No.2 4 7 VP.24 5 7 them to a 14-4 defeat. NarJax in the meantime, was
4 7 FICEUR 41h 71h
will be the coach and coordinatorof CPW.ll VP-5No.2 31h 5rHS.l VP-45 CPOS 4 8 defeating FASO to 7M to make the championship an
the program.He has competedin 3' 61hIIS.11 WEAPONS 3 8 all American League affair.

trampoline college in and the vaulting.free exercise He has, 2 9 679th 3 9 Third place in the championships was taken by FASO

several years of experience AIMD No.1 1h 104 when they defeated NDRC 12-6 in the consolation match.THE .

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gymnastics. LTjg( ) Stevens'
speciality is the trampoline, on
which he has won the Junior
National Olympic Championship,
c- placed second in the AAU Winter Bond.G.
National Championships and
compiled an undefeated lifetime
record in dual meet competition.The rltir/ '
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