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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1972
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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Navy Relief Drive ExtendedJax STORY 4 Ii


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The 1972 Jacksonville participating commands at NAS percent ,

Auxiliary Navy Relief Drive has Jax, Cecil Field, Glynco and NTC Commissary Store, NAS Jax .
been extended to cover the June Orlando have now submitted 144 percent

15 military-civilian payday, the progress reports. Navy Finance Office, NAS Jax

campaign committee announcedthis Leading the way as of Tuesdayare -124 percent
week. the Marine Barracks at NAS Fleet Weather Facility, NAS ,I

Contributions as of Tuesday Jax with 326 percent of their Jax122 percent I.I

totalled $34,444, which is 66 suggested objective. Other NAMTD, NAS Cecil Field -122 I ..II
percent of the desired goal of leading contributers include: percent

$52,000, the committee reports.A Staff, Light Attack Wing One, NAS Jax116 percent III

campaign committee NAS Cecil Field188 percent NAS Cecil Field113 percent ..I.
spokesman said almost all of the CVWR-20, NAS Jax155 Staff, ComFairJax109 per

centMarine .
Barracks, Cecil Field -
106 percent VP.S TOP FAWN DONOR-EnsIgn Fred Orton (Center) Navy Relief
NAMTD,NAS Jax105 percent Drive chairman and emissary from VP-5, currently deployed to
Staff, FAW-11 -103 percent Sigonella, Sicily, presents the squadron's Navy Relief donations of .
Final reports from par $1,460.00 to Lt. John M. Malone, Navy Jax Navy Relief Treasurer !
ticipating commands are now under the approving eye of FAW-11 Commodore, C.pt. W. J. Vaught

A a r f > due June 21, the campaign The donation represents 148 percent of the squadron's Intended goal, ;
yefw committee spokesman said. making it the top donor,both percentage and dollar-wise, within' FAW.
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NAS JAX SHRINE CLUB CHARTERED-Officers of the NAS Jax Jax Fleet Tactical Support Squadron 50 (VR-50)), a West Palm Beach area to NARU

Shrine Club,which was chartered in ceremonies at Morocco Temple, tennant command of NARU, has received orders for a Jacksonville for drill weekends.
Jacksonville Friday evening, are shown with Morocco Potentate John transfer to NAS Atlanta. There is also a possibility that
Jelinek (Center, seated)'and NAS officials,newly initiated into the they will receive jet transport
Shrine and the Club. Seated (L to R) are Capt. E. R. Sourbeer, CO The move, a result of the aircraft to replace the C-118
FICEUR; Capt. W. G. Sizemore, XO, NAS Jax; Potentate Jelinek; enlargement of the Patrol Approximately 200 Reserve Liftmasters currently being
Club President, Cdr. T. K. Jones and Capt. John'R. Kincaid, CO NAS complex at NARU, is expected to and Active Duty officers and used.
Jax. Standing (L to R) are' James E. "Buck" Davis, Treasurer JohnF. materialize sometime this enlisted men of VR-54 will be The transport program beganat
Oswald, 1st Vice President; Roland Boardman,2nd Vice President; month. Along with the move, effected by the move. Half of the NARU in 1955 with the commissioning -
and Arthur A. Slocumb, Secretary. Chartered with a membership of VR-5o, commanded by Reserve personnel will make the move to of VR-741. The
216, approximately 400 members, their ladies and guests attended the Captain P. W. Smith, has been Atlanta with the rest being Squadron has undergone several
Charter Night dinner ceremony. (PHOTO BY A.R.MEEKS) redesignated VR-54. assigned at NARU or other name changes since then and has
Replacing VR-54 will be VP-62 Reserve units throughout the flown support missions' duringthe
Gram 112 Unit ((2)) of NAS Atlanta. The country.Not Cuban crisis and also to

t Patrol Squadron will join its only will VR-54 provide Vietnam.
sister Squadron VP-62 Unit ((1) transportation for NAS Atlanta The current VR-54 was com "
Paperwork ReducedJax already established here at but they will continue to fly missioned November of 1970. I
NARU. Reservists from the Miami and

In order to further to discourage the assignment of SITREP 5Available

reduce administration and those remaining collateral duties CINDY EDITORARf SLOCUMB I
paperwork, Adm. Elmo R. solely to Junior officers.
Zumwalt, Chief of Naval Those duties that can be ab A4AMc /orrLa n .a
Operations, has announced in Z- sorbed within the existing
gram 112 additional duties that command structure are: morale Jax No organization can

have been nominated and ap officer, NBC warfare officer, undergo change without certain
proved for cancellation as landing party officer and gas free stresses being felt by the in-
r dividuals involved. An important
duties.
separate engineer. 1
after Additional research follow-up to Sitrep Three, "THE
This action was taken Z- accordingto
gram 14, issued in August of 1970, Adm.Zumwalt,had shown that CHALLENGE OF CHANGE"is
J proved to be effective in reducing certain collateral duties were not Sitrep Five LEADERSHIP IS
administration and paperwork by required by any Navy-wide THE KEY which takes a look at
,absorbing separately designated directive or instruction. There how Navy personnel at all levelsof

collateral duties into the existing was no need for them to exist, so' responsibility are approachingthe
command organizationalstructure they have been abolished. These SERVICE problems of leadership
wherever and include officer during the present transitional
possible : career appraisal l fr
vending machine officer, elec. ; L\ INFORMATION period in the Navy.
RAdm. Moorer trical safety officer, radioactive OFFICER Sitrep Five is available for
\ at the NAS
scheduling
matter custodian,sentry training
; Takes Helmi officer, berthing officer, lookout Jacksonville Service Information
Office phone 772-2379 or 2370.
and recognition officer and 4
i I -RAdm. Joseph P.Moorer The
i retention officer, SPORTS -Th RICNAROv' film particularly em
releived RAdm. Robert, B. phasizes the viewpoints and
1 Adm. Zumwalt said "Thereare
t r Baldwin as Commander of \\ BECK concerns of mid-level officers
and will continue to be instances
i Carrier Division Six at change of ., and petty officers. Is their "
.where a specific task or \\I
,. command ceremonies here Asst authority being undercut? Or is it 1
function best be
can ac
t Monday in Hangar 1000. a question of developing more .
The division includes the complished by a single / EDITOR/ effective ways to lead and ;'
rather than
Mayport-based carriers Saratoga designated person AND motivate men? Are we inventingnew
t' within
the organizational makeupof
and Franklin D. Roosevelt. f
; leadership principles or
the unit. Command historian is REPORTER
Before reporting for duty in his = redefining old ones? This and
a case in point; one person may JOHN u ,
-1 present post, RAdm. Moorer was other areas of concern are 1
I Director of the Strategic Plans several produce a better product working than independency DOOSn p ulcher+ discussed by Navy personnel at |+
and Policy Division, Office of the persons all levels. i
to the end.
same
Chief of Naval Operations. Films in the Sitrep series are r
However this function could
He is the brother of Adm. to illustrate items of
designed ...
easily be included in the normal Air News
,a Thomas H. Moorer, chairman of command fax Staff interest and areas of concern to ,
organization.
the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who al naval personnel, their .
"Commanding officers shall
commanded CARDIV-6 in 1959 and civilian
dependents em-
retain the of
I and I960. assigning specific perrogative functions as See 'Our Story' on page 12 ployees. 'CNO Sitreps are intended .

RAdm. Baldwin will assume collateral duties where they feel to be shown during
4 the duties of the Deputy Chief of such action will assist in the .:e- regular training sessions or ,

t Naval Personnel in Washington. administration." .'.... r during working hours. .;

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Published by the Holt Publishing Company which is In noway connected with the Department of the Navy Opinions contained herein are not official expressions Ii

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

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WEEKLY 1972 CLUB SCHEDULES :

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Ronnie Ronnie a Dick Flood .

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Party Night
Treatment Results Events
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Mixed bag Jan Kreeger & Herman Sunshine Couples

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Officers Sunday Luncheon
Rib Closed MainB
Dennis runch Buffet Brace
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Pirates CPO Officers Hancock Teen JlfiJWl

Cove Club Club Hall Club

Monday thru Thur -- --

11 a.m to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday ,June 9 SANDWICH LINE Cold Plate,
Friday 11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to I a.m. Fridapm BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato Assorted Cold Cuts, Cheese, Potato
l1a.m. to 2 am 1I..m..11 p.m. to midnight I Juice Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Salad, Baked Beans, Potato Chips,
Friday & Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice Dessert, Bar.
2
Saturday 11 a.m. to I a.m. lIa.m..l1p.m. Noon to Midnight Saturday pm of Ham or Pork Sausage, Ham
9 '.m. to 2 '.m. Fri.Sat to midnight Omelet, Baked Pork and Beans, Tuesday,June 13
1la.m..1a.m. Monday thru Thur Sunday 2 Pastry Bar..DINNERI. BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple
Sunday 11 pm Manhattan Clam Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Chilled Plums,
9 a.m to Midnight a.m. to MidnIght .to 7 pm
Chowder, Seafood Platter of Shrimp, Fried Eggs to Order,Griddle Cakes w-
Oysters Scallops or Baked Beef w. Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Luncheon
Noodles, Tartar Sauce, Parsley Meat, Corned Beef Hash, Hard Boded.
Buttered Potatoes, Buttered Broccoli, Eggs, Pastry Bar.
Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Salad DINNER Puree of Bean Soup
Bar, Blackberry Tarts Brown Sugar Ginger Pot Roast of Beef, Natural
tCT ? Cookies. Gravy, Oven Browned Potatoes
SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on Seasoned Cabbage, Buttered Lima
'.. '!" Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor Beans, Salad Bar, Raisin Nut Cake,
.',:1, 'j Frankfurters, French Fried Lime JelloSANDWICH.
"' .. Potatoes, Dessert Bar. LINE! Chili Dogs or
SUPPER Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches Grilled Ham & Cheese, French Fried
) NAVAL AIR. STATION Brown Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Dessert Bar.
PROTESTANT Potatoes Buttered Carrots, Southern SUPPER Chicken Ala King or Beef
Fried Okra, Salad Bar, Strawberry Porcupines, Whipped Potatoes,
SUNDAY Shortcake, Chocolate Pudding. Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Brussel
.SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers Sprouts, Boiled Blackeyed Peas,
Church School (all ages) 9 a.m. or Frankfurters, Egg Salad Salad Bar, Cherry Pie.
at Chapel Annex. Divine Worship Sandwich, French Fried Potatoes SANDWICH LINE Cold Plate,
Dessert Bar. Assorted Potato
Cold Cuts Cheese
10:30 at All Saints'
: a.m. Chapel.
Saturday,June 10 Salad, Baked Beans, Potato Chips
Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Juice, Dessert Bar;
Hominy Grits Fried Eggs to Order, Wednesday,June 14
High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An.
Griddle Cakes or French Toast w. BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato
nex. Junior and Senior Youth Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Juice, Cooked Farina, Fried Eggs to
Fellowship 1:30 p.m. at Bldg. 722., Meat Scrambled Eggs w-Cheese, Order, French Toast w-Syrup, Choice
SPOTLIGHT OF THE WEEK-Jerry Hale prepares to run off some Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. at Hash Brown Potatoes Pastry Bar. of Ham or Pork Sausage, Baked
BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Vegetable Beans, Southern Style Corn Bread,
of the paperwork that Is necessary in operating NAS Jax. At thei the Small Chapel. Soup Barbequed Beef Cubes, French Pastry Bar.DINNERS.

Reproduction Service Center in Bldg. 1, he prints the POD, Tuesday Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Minestrone Soup Grilled
specifications for Public Works, watch bills, Job Announcements for Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m. at Bar, Cherry Pie Oatmeal Cookies. Beef Steaks,Mushroom Gravy, Baked

the Merit Promotion Program,and a variety of other types of printed Bldg. 750 and Christian Science SUPPER Baked Veal Loaf or Fried Potatoes, Buttered Cream Style
material. Service 8 p.m. at the Small Perch, Gravy, Tartar Sauce, Fried Corn, Sauteed Mushrooms & Onions,
Rice, Simmered Pinto Beans, Buttered Seasoned Green Beans, Salad Bar,
I ,Chapel.. Brussel l( Sprouts Salad Bar, Pumpkin Pie,,Iced fruit Bars.
Pumpkin Pie, Iced Fruit Bars.SundiyJunell SANDWICH ; Submarine
NAVAL HOSPITAL Sandwich or willed Hamburgers
JTAX AIR: NEWSThe Divine Worship 10 a.nY.: at St. BREAKFASTS Chilled Apple Juice. Frankfurters French Fried Potatoes
Lukes. Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order, Potato Chips. Dessert Bar.
Griddle Cakes French Toast w-Syrup., SUPPER Braised Liver Onions or
NATTC Grilled Minute Steaks, Baked Beans, Swedish Meat Balls, Brown Gravy,
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Lyonnalse Potatoes Pastry Bar. Buttered Egg Noodles Buttered
Protestant Worship Service,, BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Chicken Rice Squash Seasoned Green Peas, Salad
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
Soup, Chili
in Con
10:30 Carne
: a.m. Building 500. or Grilled Bar, Orange Pudding.
Jacksonville. Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Frankfurters, Steamed Rice Salad SANDWICH LiNEs| Sloppy Joes on
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX'AIR NEWS CATHOLIC Bar, Raspberry Jello, Orange Pud Hamburger Burl,Grilled Hamburgersor
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS ding. Frankfurters, French Fried
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on'Monday before publication. News Saturday Mass 5 p.m. at St.Edward's .o SUPPERS Chicken Fricassee, Potatoes, Dessert Bar.Thursday .
Chapel. Sunday Mass 9 I Snowflake Potatoes, Baking Powder ,June 15
items are welcomed from all 772-3118
sources. Telephone or Biscuits
3119. a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass-. Cranberry Sauce Buttered BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Juice,
Squash Seasoned Green Beans Salad Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order,
Monday
Tuesday, Thursday andFridayll 1 I Bar, Cherry Pie Oatmeal
of
Cookies. Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice
""Everything advertised in this publication must be made ::30 a.m. Wednesday|T Monday,June 12 Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Minced
available for purchase. use or patronage without regard to race Mass 11:30 a.m. at the Naval]I BREAKFAST! Chilled Grapefruit Beef on Toast, Home Fried Potatoes,

creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser, user or Hospital Chapel. Saturday, Juice Eggs,to Buttered Order, Hominy Grits, Fried Pastry Bar.DINNERS.
A confirmed violation this Confessions 4:15: and 5 French Toast Syrup, Tomato Rice Soup, Hot
patron. or rejection of policy of equal p.m. Choice of Thin Pork Chops or Ham, Turkey Sandwiches or Roast Veal,
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print Creamed Dried Beef Hash Brown Brown Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes
advertising from that source." NATTC Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Bread Dressing Simmered Pinto

Sunday Mass 9:30: a.m. ir DINNER Chicken Noodle Soup, Beans, Buttered Broccoli Spears,
Roast Pork
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Building 500. Simmered Loin, Brown Gravy, Salad Bar, Baked Apples, Peanut
Sauerkraut
Salad
Butter Cookies.SANDWICH .
concerning such should be directed to: Strawberry Cream Pie Bar
6th Fleet Admiral Named SANDWICH Brownies. LINEI COld Plate
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY LINE Grilled Ham. Assorted Cold Cuts Cheese Potato
WASHINGTON (AFPS) burgers Frankfurters French Fried- Salad, Baked Beans, Potato Chips
4747 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville Fla. Vice Admiral Potatoes, Baked Bean
32210 Gerald E. Miller Dessert Bar. Dessert Bar.SUPPERS .
Telephone'388-2755 will assume command of the Fish SUPPER: Chili Macaroni Or Fried Mexican Pork Chops
Sixth Fleet in October. He is Tartar Portions Franconla Potatoes Natural Gravy, Steamed Rice AppleSauce
VOL. 30 NO. 12 JUNE 8, 1972 presently Commander, U.S. Spears Sauce, Buttered Broccoli Buttered Spinach, Seasoned
Buttered Corn
Second Kernels, Salad Mixed Tomato
Fleet. Bar, Vegetables,.Salad Bar,
Jelly Rolls Vanilla
Pudding Spice
, Cake Chocolate Pudding.

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fourth good conduct medal
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for you to fly. Besides, First you on our very next flight conditions' ,equipment failureor
Class and Coach and Standby, that has seats available, and fly equipment substitutions.To MOTORSVOLKSWAGENS
Eastern has Leisure Class:" you free of charge. qualify for a free ride,

I Leisure Class costs you Now,our lawyers would you must have your Leisure Saks S.ic.,
the same as you'd pay for get nervous if we left this out: Class ticket at the boarding gate ENGINES 4 TRANSMISSIONS'
'; coach (% regular fare). But Leisure Class does not. 20 minutes before flight time. > r; XCHANGCD
we don't guarantee you'll get apply when you're on official The number of Leisure
on your scheduled flight.If government business and Class tickets per flight is limited.

you do, it's the same your ticket is being paid for bya And,if you have to wait,
I as Coach. But if Coach is full, government agency. it will be anywhere from sev-
you may fly First Class. Nor to some reduced fare eral minutes to several hours.
Without paying anything extra. tickets. Nor'to the Air-Shuttle* But if you've got more

And, if the whole plane is full, nor Bermuda,Jamaica, time than money,you OUH BJSINtSS If
you won't get on at all. And Mexico and Bahama flights. probably won't mind that at all. VOLKSWAGEN MUTOMOIIltS
that's the good part. Nor when the originally Call Eastern oryourbase
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Find The Dangers UCMJAmended'





; ""' -- .-.-.. .-.. Jax Navymen cannot live
-{. :', together without law. Yet very
few sailors are aware of the
importance of the laws which

''. ,. ,, I II' govern them-The Uniform Codeof
,, A t W'W' Military Justice (UCMJ).
: __ The code, which is a universallaw
II for all members of each
.
'iI branch of the Armed Forces,
enables the Navy to function in a
\I'I'r I
I coordinated manner while

I building a well-disciplined
I II organization.In .

recent months, numerous
amendments have been made to
I Pv 679TH HONORED-Mal. Kenneth P. Tavebaugh (Left), 679th Radar
Squadron Commander the UCMJ. One t>f the most
accepts the Aerospace Command's "A"
Pennant from Ma|. Gen. H. A. Hanes (Center), Vice Commander, important amendments is the
Aerospace Defense Command (USAF) and Brig. Gen. James M. expanded role, functions, and
Fogle, Commander,20th Air Division. The award was presented to the powers of the military judge.
squadron for maintaining an extremely high level of operational When a military judge has been
readiness and demonstrating outstanding proficiency in the per. detailed to a general or special
\ formance of their aerospace defense mission. court, the accused may request
trail by the judge alone. When
the court consists of a military
Fleet Training Center judge with members, he will be

the presiding officer over all open

Offering New Courses sessions.He .
: may call the court into
I IS Ir '-"
Jax-The Fleet training Centerat or on the flight line. Thirty to 60 session prior to assembly of the
Mayport Naval Station men are needed for a class. The court members to dispose of all
presents a number of militaryand course, which will be scheduled matters which he may rule on.

professional training courses each Wednesday morning at 745; The military judge also holds
for the area Navymen and gives seven hours of classroom study the arraignment and receives the
women eager to learn somethingnew and 11 hours of field work in pleas of the accused prior to
and beneficial to themselvesor fighting actual fires rescue work assembly of the full court.
their jobs. and safety precautions.
At least 29 different courses are .Petty Officer Leadership: This Additionally, the military
offered at all times, according to five-day'course is good for men judge authenticates records of
the training officer there. Manyare and women, who will learn trial for both general and special
Medicine cabinet check list on a weekly basis, while traditions of the Navy, military courts to which he has been

A properly organized medicine cabinet should be checkedat others are by appointment only. courtesy, history and human detailed.
least twice a year.. Some of, these classes include relations. Classes are held every
At'a court martial, he advises
AH medicines which bear expiration dates should be discarded Helicopter fire fighting: Monday at 7:45: a.m. It is highly
the defendent of his rights to
when that date is reached. Anybody can attend this course, recommended for E-4's E-9's
counsel and rules on self-
Prescription medicines should be discarded when the illness says the training offi and junior officers. incrimination well
as as ensuring
for which they were prescribed is over. .cial. But 12-15 men are neededto .ABC Defense: Students learn
that the accused is fully
make team and the class will identification and'evaluation, of
Discard pain relievers when they are soggy; puffy or discolored i a .aware of his rights prior to
with needle-like crystals or a vinegar odor. be scheduled on request. hazards in ABC warfare, the
Discard antiseptics when they are cloudy, or residue col Students will have an opportunityto safety precautions, use of testifying.
lects in bottom of bottle due to evaporation. combat fires on mockups, equipment, protection from
Discard ointments when hardened or dried out, or when using all methods of fire fighting. dangers and first aid. Recom- These are just a few of the
the surface looks soiled. Classes will be scheduled on mended for 'E-4's and above. many courses available at the

Discard skin or scalp preparations when there is a changein Wednesday afternoons at 100.: Classes are held on the first Fleet Training Center. If you are
color; when there are watery or dark spots; when preparations Aicraft fire fighting: This three- Monday of each month., About 30 interested in these or any ad-
show signs of separation or hardening. day course gives the student students are required for the two- ditional courses, contact the

READ THE LABEL TIIREE TIMES WHEN GIVING practical experience in puttingout week course. training officer at 2465240.

MEDICINES.Clip aviation fires aboard carriers _I.

( and post in medicine cabinet)


SwapWanted

ANSWERS 1fJdcomeI
1. Medicine chest located within reach of children.

2. Medicine chest door has no lock.

3. Toiletries items should be ,kept on lower shelves; medicines Owt .1te
on top shelves.

4. Medicine on tank top within reach of child.
Jax YNC at Service
5. No handholds at the tub and shower area.
School Command in
6. No rubber mat for bottom of tub. Since1885
7. Electric heater dangerously close to tub. Orlando will swap with

_8. Plugged-in radio dangerously near tub and could fall into YNC in Jax or Cecil area.
water.' EAOS August 1975.. Call HAVERTY'SFURNITURE

.9. Bathroom .cleansers stored, under sink within reach' of Autovan'Orlando 791.4621.EWJ1k -
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; DOD All-Volunteer Medical Force


Congressional! !sub.co
mmittee
Deadline is FY74Jax these professionals to elect of graae.Conversely, civilian health that retaining young medical
military service for a period professionals in private practicetend professionals in service is more

Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health and time rather than" private said prac"we to start at a high level of than a matter of money.
he ,
Environment) Richard S. Wilbur has announced that tice. "To do so, the magnetic earnings and reach their earning Updating Facilities
neutralize
must relatively early in their For example, he said that
DOD is
making plans for an All-Volunteer Medical effect of high civilian earnings peak
numerous
surveys,
asking
Force. available to the private prac pratice.DOD
Must CompeteIn doctors to state why they are not
titioner. quoting from a report to staying on, cited undesireable
Speaking before a House Ar The Secretary was blunt in Talking the economics of the recently submitted by military health facilities.In .
med Services Subcommittee, he conceding that the move to an problem, Wilbur pointed out that Congress Assistant Secretary of Defense that regard, he said
said, "The quality and All-Volunteer Force of health the military doctor and the and Reserve Affairs) "Secretary Laird has asked the,
availability of health care to our professionals will not be easy. civilian doctor are in (Manpower said the Secretaries of
T. Kelly, Wilbur Military Depart.
beneficiaries is an important "If we are to be volunteer diametrically reversed financial Roget to submit
net income for civilian ments preliminaryplans
benefit for active duty militarypersoMel" by Fiscal Year 1974,we will haveto situations.As pre-tax
in practice under which all of
private
and "we would hope convert many of our 'twoyear'physcians he outlined, military ear- physicians our
approximately $40,000 a remaining outmoded and inef
that through improvement of our and dentists to a nings tend to begin at a relativelylow reaches
If health volunteer level in the junior officer year shortly after entering ficient medical facilities would be
care system we will be status by that time, he
able to significantly influence testified.He grades and rise at a steady pace pratice. replaced through a phased five-
procurement and retention of all further defined the problemby throughout the officer's career lie listed the same pre-tax net year construction program
military personnel. saying we must persuade until he reaches a relatively high for dentists at $30,000 per year a starting in FY 1974.
I ,--.. I"! ". -..,. J- sq lia few years after entering practice. Yet another goal to improve
"These are the levels at which military medicine is to offset
the Department of Defense must costs of competitive salary levelsor
compete" he said. ( medical men through better

By the same token, he said personnel management and
DOD does not believe it can increased stability of assign
successfully compete for those ment.
primarily interested in money He noted the present system
B reo because civilian opportunitiesare relies so heavily on short term
r too lucrative personnel that less than optimumuse
r JM "We do believe that we must of health manpower results

insure that military service can because of the necessary

offer a combination of personaland orientation periods for new
1A professional rewards that personnel.In .
\ / 1J t} competes with the civilian sec a move toward better
\ ____R : {' tor." he added. utilization of medical
4t DOD has already proposed to professionals, he said physiciansand
Congress a bonus system for dentists can be replaced in
medical officers which would some staff jobs that are largely
c ff
authorize $17,000 a year for six administrative by Medical
years to those selected who would Service Corps.
commit themselves beyond their

obligated service-in effect, a In the same vein, he foresaw
wage differential putting greater use of the paramedical
military physicians in the $30,000to personnel to replace the health
$45,000 annual wage bracket. professional and to relieve him of
The Assistant Secretary also duties not requiring professionalskills.
e : D made it clear to the'f .
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. PERSONAL REWARDS are one.of the factors that DOD is stressing in it's efforts to attain an All-
Volunteer' Medical I Force. 'f Traffic Violations I IJax

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-The following is a reportof Total number of days since last
CHAMPUS will pay for re- motor vehicle accidents and
injury in a motor vehicle accident -
medial educational services on traffic violations for the period of 4
an outpatient basis when neces-
sary to treat chronic conditionsor May 2228. Number of days since an injury

diseases, and/or nervous, Number of Accidents last year at this time 10
V mental, or emotional disordersin This period 10 Number of Violations
children when ordered the This 63
by This period a year ago 6 period
attending physician. The pysi- Speeding 18
cian must be a doctor of medicine Total accidents this year '173 Reckless driving 1

or a doctor of osteopathy, Total accidents through this Going through stop sign 3
v preferably .a child psychiatrist. period last year 135 Other Violations 41
"'- i--- '
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"I think he's finished chatting with Klugman. Now you can go LEAVE COMING UP? before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
In. June 1. Disposition of the

cases included the following:
your f1@llflil@JIlIII1I@ffJ@IW/1fj} Sixteen lost driving and

can provide the funds parking privileges aboard the
station for various periods; Eight
Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your were assigned to complete an
money needs are handled the way you want them. eight-hour course in remedial
4* Call or- come. in-we'll do the rest.DOMEST1CF1NANCE.. driving; None received

r.4t1 e suspensions;Thirteen were given

r warnings; 'One 'was I dismissed;
4 CORPORATION -- -SINCE 1HT Nine were fined (U. S,
LOANS TO MOO Magistrate); and four were
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possible disciplinary action.
IXomcuf TRAVELTRAILERS Nineteen drivers were assessed
52 traffic points.

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I Veterans Can Renounce BenefitsJax -r _



Any person who is en- ministration receives a formal When this occurs, the new
titled to VA pension, com- renouncement, the payment of application will be treated as an
pensation or dependency and such benefits and any rights original claim, and paymentsmay
indemnity compensation may thereto will be terminated, and be effective only from the
renounce his or her right to such the person will be denied any and date the new claim is received.

benefits. all rights.A .
renouncement of rights will A woman when launching her
Any application renouncing the
not preclude a from first a little nervous.
person ship was
right of benefits must be ]in
filing a new application for She turned to the shipyard x
and the
writing signed by
person pension, standing beside her,
receiving the benefits. compensation, or manager,
dependency and indemnity and asked; "How hard do I haveto -- .
Whenever the Veterans Ad- compensation at a later date. hit to knock it into the water7"I've ,

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NARU RETIREMENT-ADR1 Bruce C. Durham receives his
retirement plaque from Capt. Hugh Tate, NARU CO, after completing
20 years in the Navy. He had been at NARU's Material Control Branch
for since June of 1966 and had been TAD to AIMD Material Control for the
stopped hunting
past year.New.


Bargain Baked Enamel Safety Office Set UpJax


Auto Painting since r .- A new office for safety policy has been

,, established at Department of Defense level under the

Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manpower and
I found FACT-0-BAKE Reserve Affairs.Mr. .

,. .George L.Feazell,Directorof Those standards do not
;, Safety Policy (M&RAI apply to military men whose
WHY BUY A NEW CAR. .WE CAN describes the new office as filling health and safety have long been

SAVE YOUR OLD CAR AND MAKEIT the need for a focal point to talk the responsibility of the com
with single voice to other Federal mander.
LOOK LIKE NEW WITH and State safety agencies which The new safety policy office at

OUR FACTORY QUALITY have statutory power and Inspection the Pentagon is primarily con-
cerned with contractual work.
responsibilities over
k PAINTING &
BODY REPAIR
contractual workers.As Mr. Feazell also said his office
& he pointed out, the Defense will monitor and coordinate DoD

13 MONTHS WARRANTY IN WRITING Department, in the role of em- components in carrying out the
ployer, has the same obligationsas President's 'Zero in on Federal
private firms to implement Safety" programs.As .
safety and health standards. he explained, his is a policy
Commanders are advised that office and does not affect in any
EVERY CAR IS GIVEN- those standards imposed by other manner the safety respon-
I. Careful' appraisal kyeiperienced agencies-notably the Depart- sibilities of the Assistant
estimators. / ment of Labor and Health, Secretary of Defense for In-
2. A'lore price car on enters total skop.job ke. I Education and Welfare, plus stallations and Logistics in the

.n S. 3. Antemokile is cleanedto some State regulatory agencies- handling of munitions and of the
remove dirt,was, apply to Federal employees who Director of Defense Researchand
,f' grease and road{rime. are covered by Executive Order Engineering for missile range
r 4. All rusty spots are tand- 11612. safety.
ed
5. C.n.respo''primed
12. four coats el.
6. Car it washed in a mil, AcrylicEnimel ,
I
in applied in a
dissolving ckemical.' LOOK!
dust tree kootk.
1. C'r"machine sanded spray CLEARANCE; WEJAtKONVl
13. Car is baked m ("firedoven ', TO'MfI.tTARV"IV"
to insert.lIh15" OISCOUNT
'for 35
minutes.
8. Chrome it fully masked 14. Chrome and glass art ( URVfE PIUUQNNEL
ky women. "
9. Car hand.. unmasked.
is sanded to
EXPERT BODY catch detail. I 15. Customer is presented :<6'S MOlt AUTl'Fpl MQ-HO'*
with 1 II .
"'I. written
10. Car is inspected ky .lineforeman. .
AND RUST warranty against' elli,
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,IN(, peeking, cracking r
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REPAIRS and tuiiuve'lading.
solution to remove final
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Monday.June 12 Plain Cottage Cheese, Plain Jello, Mustard Greens, Great Northern
Mushroom Soup, Baked Meat Waldorf Salad, Tuna Salad. Beans, Beets
Loaf with Creole Sauce, Pork Egg Custard Pie, Fruit Pie, Tossed Salad, Combination
Steaks with Apples, Chili Apple Pie, Coconut Cake, Salad, Salad Bowl, Fruit Jello, ,.qr
Macaroni, 7 oz Chopped. Sirloin, Assorted Pudding. Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage Cheese,
Fish.
Wednesday,June 14 Plain Cottage Cheese, Plain L< .? A"' h
Mashed Potatoes, French Pea Soup, Fried Chicken, Jello,Health Salad, Potato Salad.
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Macaroni and Meat Sauce, Swiss Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple
Blackeyes, Turnip Greens, Corn Steaks with Onion Gravy, 7 oz. Pie, Banana Cake, Assorted ..
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Pudding, Fruit Pie.
Salad Bowl, Fruit Jello, Mashed Potatoes, French Friday,June 16
Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Fish Chowder, Stuffed Peppers
Plain Cottage Cheese, Plain String Beans, Pinto Beans, with Creole Sauce, Corn Beef (
Jello, Potato Salad, Carrot and Squash. Hash with Rice, Trout Almon- ;

Raisin. 'Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad dine, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin,
Banana Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Salad Bowl, Fruit Jello, Chicken Fried Steaks, Fish.
Fruit Pie, Chocolate Cake with Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Mashed Potatoes, French
Icing, Assorted Pudding. Plain Cottage Cheese, Plain Fried Potatoes, Ricenand Gravy,
Tuesday,June 13 Jello, Cucumbers, Pineapple Macaroni and Cheese, Stewed
Cream of Tomato Soup, Roast Carrot. Tomatoes, String Beans. HISTORY ON DISPLAY-"The United States flag had only 23 stars
Round of Beef on Block with New 'Almond Cream Pie, Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad when Jacksonville was incorporated in 1622", relates Miss Virginia
Potatoes, Liver with Onions, Strawberry Short Cake, Apple Salad Bowl, Fruit Jello; Markham to Capt. R. C.O'Loughlin, Supply Officer. Miss Markham, a
Chicken and Dumplings, 7 oz. Pie,Fruit Pie, Assorted Pudding. Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Supply Department employee and member of the Jacksonville
Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Thursday,June 15 Plain Cottage Cheese, Plain Historical Society displaying items of historical significance to the
Mashed Potatoes, French Vegetable Soup, Country Jello, Cole Slaw, Cucumber and city as part of Jacksonville's sesquicentennial celebration.
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Steaks, Yellow Rice, Roast Tomato. .
Okra and Tomatoes, Peas, Turkey with Dressing, Franks

Spinach. with Potato Salad, 7 oz. Chopped Nethery Receives Navy Achievement Medal I
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Sirloin, Fish.Mashed .
Salad Bowl, Fruit Jello, Potatoes, French
Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy,
CWO.3 Marvin Nethery,a chief Nethery was assigned to the material, and according to his
supply clerk at Supply, has Navy's only supply terminal in' citation, helped establish a
: received the Navy Achievement Saigon at the Naval Support material handling equipment
Medal for professional Activity.As training program during the
achievement in Vietnam. traffic officer, he was turnover of the terminal to the
a,;, : .Y .w lie was awarded the medal last responsible for shipping all U.S. Vietnamese Navy,
: 4 s week by Capt. John Kincaid, Navy and Vietnamese cargo and Mr. Nethery, who has just
: < station commanding officer, on logistic supplies in-country. recently been promoted to his
.'V' behalf of RAdm. R. S. Salzer, During the phasedown of the present rank, was assigned herein
.
c commander of U.S. Naval support activity in Saigon, he April. As officer.in-charge of
.. l Forces, Vietnam. planned and executed the the Personal Property Branch,
of l In Vietnam from March 1971 to retrograde of six thousand he is responsible for shipping
March 1972. Warrant Officer measurement tons of excess household effects



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percent, documentary stamps $3.60.
.HONORED FOR SERVICE-Cdr. James Wetiel of Fleet Air Wing 11 First Payment-45 Days $64.51 Per Mo.-36 Months
receives the Navy Commendation Medal from Capt. William Vaught,
ComFairWing.11, for his achievement as commanding officer of TOM BUSH 100% GUARANTEED' USED CARSTom

Patrol Squadron 16. Also present at the ceremony was Cdr. Wzzel's Bush guarantees 100 percent to repair or replace the engine, transmission, rear axle,
wife Janice. The commander will be reassigned from FAW-11 next front axle assemblies, brake system, electrical system for 30 days or 1,000 miles, whichever
month for duty in Washington. comes first.

11 FIREBIRD Espert. VS. AT, vinyl top, fact air, PS PB, Real nice car, 12,200 mi.s3S95

ENGINE TUNE-UP 72 DODGE DEMON 2 Dr.H.T., V8, fact air, AT,. vinyl .fop, M27 miles-warranty $2895

11 PLYM. TWISTER., AT, fact ar.W60ml, ., $2695
6 CYL. AUTOS, ADD$4 FOR 8 CL. CARS
BUICK SKYLARK Custom d with white vinyl! top FctoV eit! ,. PS. (ffrBiMOO y$3; 395
EXTRA'IF 71
....OTHER PARTS NEEDED Very nice. \
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INCLUDES NEW; Spark plugs, condenser & points 71 PINTO Yellow with vinyl top, 21,000 ml

WE WILL: Set dwell, choke.Time engine..Balance con. drive this onel! SAVE
71 DATSUN 240Z Dark blue Radial tires 21,000 ml, Come In and,
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denser-Test starting, charging systems cyl. com.
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accelerationHigh $1595
pression .. .
; 69 TRIUMPH Spitfire Red with blacktop, 32,000 ml Nice.
( performance engine_not Deluded) '
s 70.9P G.T. Ytllow,, .X.tra ' OVERHAUL
M BRAKE $995
69 OPEL RAILYE 4spd, Gold with black rally stripes,,27,770, ml ,
WE WILL Install new brake linings en.all 4 wheels-Clean, inspect '
: repack front wheel lI.arlngs..add fluid...ln. 71 VW BUS Yellow with white top, fact air,. wire wheel con.. .. ,,t'radio new tires. $3095
spect master cyl., hydraulic brake hoses..Adust| all ml. $2495
4 brakes 72 VW SEDAN Factory air, radio 6,000

PARTS, IF NEEDED,
5' .v 4CH EXTRA INCLUDING LABOR COST 11 VW CAMPER Red, AM.FM stereo, 14.000 ml, Like newl $3395

Q 1CE New wheel cyls. S750ea. $2495
Y 0 New Front grease seals JltSpr. 71 VW KOMBI Bus, Radio, new tires.
e v New return springs .50 ea. 71 FASTBACK 4spd.R&H WSW, local one owner, 11,900 ml, extra nice. '2195TOM
Drums turned $2.SO ea
ON MOST AMERICAN CARS 70 MAVERICK a Dr., R&H. std. trans.. light blue, with blue vinyl top, low mileage. $1 495M795
\ (Disc brakes and foreign cars extra)

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JAMES JACKSON (u.s.Military, Ret) OWNER A OPERATOR
ORANGE PARK PHONE 245143Vi Open Weefcdovs 8 30-9 Sat 8 30-6 Sun 15.30JUNE
mile south Orange Park High on Blandig Blvd.

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I Bill Proposed To Help Civilian POWsJax


This is the ninth year of month to $150 a month. Code to authorize employee payment to or any to
The amendment would equate Federal civilian
captivity for our American annual leave
prisoners of war in Vietnam.At detention benefits authorized for his survivor for which he was
him and
least 50 of these men are civilians civilian and military personnelwho accrued to because he
who are either missing in actionor are or were being held required to forfeit leave by vir-
unable to use
being held prisoners by North prisoners or who are or were was
Vietnam and its allies. missing and presumed captured.The ture of his missing or captured r.v
Recently, the State Departmentsent proposed benefit of $150 per status. j *Rr
Congress a proposed month for civilians would be
would be applicable --
legislation to liberalize benefitsfor equivalent to the $5 per day The provision basis
worldwide
those American civilian benefit authorized for military on a is
prisoners of war.Section personnel through a 1971 whenever a Federal employee
I of the proposed bill amendment to the War Claims detained against his will by a
would amend the War Claims Act Court. hostile force or is missing involuntarily -
other
of 1948 to increase the detention Section 2 of the proposed bill for some

benefit for civilians from $60 per would amend Title 5 of the U.S. reason. .. _., .-....

.. IN KEEPING WITH TRADITION-WOO Bobbie Joe Plummer pays
I Prisons Help Navy Accounting SystemJax a silver dollar to AVCM Johnson, the first enlisted man to salute him
after he was promoted. WO.1 Plummer was advanced from AEC to
AECS last Thursday and,the very next day,was promoted to warrant
The Navy and the while simultaneously generatinga the Reformatory with the Naval
Federal Prison Industries, Inc., small income. The training Ordnance Station in Indian Head
have entered into a $127,351 received on modern, up-to-date officer.School
agreement which will provide equipment, will facilitate Md.SECAS is a new computerized J PhysicalsTJax I
Automatic Data Processing location of suitable employmentupon configuration accounting system
production support to the Navy's release from the institution.The which will enable the Navy to
Ship Equipment Configuration production support maintain an accurate inventoryof The Pediatric Department at the Naval Hospital will be
Accounting System (SECAS) provided by the Federal Prison all equipment aboard its ships conducting school physical examinations of military dependents on
program. Industries will be conducted at deployed throughout the world. Sautrday mornings this summer.
Federal Prison Industries is a the Federal Reformatory for Children entering school in the first grade older children movinginto
wholly-owned Government Women in Alderson W. Va. This inventory will allow better the area who need required entrance forms, and those enrollinginto
corporation providing employment The production staff will be support of the Fleet with spares, pre-public school kindergardens will be eligible for the exams
training and composed of six key-tape and ten publications, maintenance and which will be done between July 29 and August 26.
rehabilitation for Federal of. clerical personnel all Refor- test equipment and to more The kindergardens must be run by the public school system.
fenders. The contract allows the matory residents. All automaticdata effectively plan future Nursery-school physicals and private-kindergarden physicals will
workers to contribute to society processing link will connect alterations of its operating units.A be done separately on a regular appointment basis.
School physicals will be done on the following schedule according to
first letter of last name:

PROMOTED? DECORATED? A-F: July 29
sailor,after placing a wreathof G-M: August 5
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flowers on a cemetery grave N-T: August 12
DISPLAY IT PROUDLY WITH OUR... noticed an old Chinaman placinga U-Z: August 19
a bowl of rice on a nearby grave, Make up Exams (Cancellation Leave) : August 26.
CUSTOM FRAMING and asked: "What time do you Parents should make every effort to have their. children attend on
expect your friend .to come up the scheduled Saturday.
..ALSO OVER 1500 SIGNED ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGSAT and eat the rice?" Parents should also send in an application blank to the Naval
PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD Hospital giving the following information: Child's Name Address
The old Chinaman smiled and Phone Number School
& Grade Age.
Schertle Art Gallery replied: "Same time your fiend" There will be no need to call for an appointment if this form is sent
come up and smellee flowers. in. A separate form is required for each child.It .
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING : Movie Schedule

Publisher _- _,-,_|- *" '

JAXAIRNEWS a CALL: 388-2755
NAS Jacksonville e
',' Ads should be mailed to arrive not later ttn
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.. I
LATWINGER = Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be Thursday,June 8 Drama, Starring Jack Klugman
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published the following week unless the NAS: "THEY CALL ME and Norma French "G" (84
publisher Is Instructed otherwise A check or
TRINITY" Color Western min.)
money order for the full ,
: cost of the ad must be
received WITH the copy for the ad. Starring Terence Hill and Bud HOSPITAL: "THE LITTLE
4747 San Juan Avenue a Spencer. "G" (111 min) ARK"
= RATE: minimum charge((3 lines) $200
Jacksonville
Florida HOSPITAL "CARNAL
.. Per additional line((4 words per line) .50 : Monday,June 12
KNOWLEDGE" Color Drama, NAS: "THE STEAGLE"Color

Starring Jack Nicholson and Ann Comedy Drama, Starring
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WORMS-BIO, FAT&SASSY BEING TRANSFERRED Friday,June 9 Wills. "R" ((90 min.)
EMPLOYMENT 4 to 5" Africans. Bulk 85 cents-100 NAS "TO FIND A MAN"Color
: HOSPITAL "WHO SAYS I
Let a retired :
Navy man who understands
(min 300)) or 55 cents cup. ((50)), Also
Bedrun (Mixed sizes) 56.1000. 7813774 YOUR problems managethe Comedy Drama, Starring CAN'T RIDE A RAINBOW?"
JOBSUOBSIJOBSIShorthand Normandy Village, 8020 PatouDr. rental of your house until yoU' Lloyd Bridges and Phyllis
Secretarys, Dictaphone S. return to Jax, Newman. "PG" (94 min.) Tuesday,June 13
Bartleson,O'Neill & Payne, Inc
Operators, Typists, Clerks,
"THE DIRTY
Keypunches. 1147 So. Edgewood Ave HOSPITAL: "THEY CALL ME NAS:
HIGH PAY NO FEE GALAXY ELECTRIC ORGAN 388.9311MOBILE TRINITY" OUTLAWS" Color Western,
Call Norrell Temporary 2 years old. Original price $700. Will Saturday,June 10 Starring Chip Corman and Rose
sell for 425. 771-3211 Ext. 8305.
396.5371 NAS: 'THE LITTLE ARK" Marie Dexter. "R" (102 min.)

REAL ESTATECASH ,' HOMESMIDDLEBURGAREA Color Drama, Starring Theodore HOSPITAL: "THE
WORK WITH WINNEBAGO Bikel and Philip Frame. "G" STEAGLE"
Immed. empl. for a Parts Inventory -
man. Motor Homes of America, Inc. (101 min.) Wednesday,June 14
HOSPITAL "TO FIND A NAS "X Y Z" Color Drama
Call A. P. Lowry 7213101. We buy,sell and trade equities. : : ,
Louise T. Bailey 1 Acre Mobile home tracts In Sun MAN" Starring Elizabeth Taylor and
FULL TIME PART TIME SALES 7713605 Broker nyside Farms. Call 264.2086. Sunday,June 11 Michael Caine. "R" ((108 min.)

High Commission Security Field NAS: "WHO SAYS I CAN'T HOSPITAL: "THE DIRTY
354.5450
WE REPRESENT MANY RIDE A RAINBOW?" Color OUTLAWS"

of the Navy Personnel Interested In SHORT OF CASH'RENTING' I ......0lI'Ji.IiJltJ.S!) : 'y.'f r:":"',Yy :0- .,
LADIES,NEED OR WANT purchase of land for future use or rig F a
APART TIME JOB profit Also homes of value, FHA or Use our Rental Purchase Planto
An unusual opportunity where you set VA financed, In all sections of City. get Into a home of your own.
your own hours, and your effort Please contact Tom Brooker, US Price Mobile Home Center
determines your pay. Call Aft. 4:30 Navy Retired ,) Your Interest Is 10607 Atlantic Blvd.
264.2032. protected. Jax 721.2444
Wynne Realty of Florida, Inc. d
Realtors
N3 6 j.A P .
TV HOME ELECTRONICS TECH 389.5514 771.2082 GEMS 9

Color Exp. necessary, Bench and WHY RENT?
.
outside work. Exc pay, benefits and HIDDEN WATERS 10x55 Northern built mobile
working conditions. Must be able to Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots home.lncludes washer-dryer, 10x7 f Y
start Immed. 387.5673 for Interview. available. Excellent fishing, boating steel storage shed, lot fenced, 18,500
swimming. Mobile Home area. High, BTU Reverse cycle AC, WW carpet,
BEALoVueLADYSell wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E. Furn., Compl. Hurricane anchor kit,
completely organic LoVue beauty Lake Asbury on No 209, La Rue. 725 Near Cecil Field and NAS Jax. 771-

aids, full or part time. And earn full 3992.. 3375.
profit as you train to become a Beauty ,

Consultant. Call 768-8820 or 165.8970.MISCELLANEOUS WE BUY& SELL EQUITIESCall 68 RITZ CRAFT LOVE LETTERS in the sand? No, but Millie Veal's reminder

I us for quick service. 2BR, IV bath, 12x60, Unf. $375 equity, carved into the beach on Santa Rosa island In Northwest Florida
.' Morrison|.Taylor, Inc.. take over pmts.. 772 0510. shows how much she cares about her country. How about you?
4543 Wesconnett Blvd.
771.3052 737-3M4

A RECORDEDMESSAGE LEADING ANNOUNCERTells BYA Without AdvertisingYou
70 SAHARA
you how you may become a NEW HOMES 64 x 12, 2BR, 2b, Call.Home 264.2938;
DISCJOCKEYCall 3& 4BR,2 baths, Built.in.Range, Cent. Work 772.3067. Wouldn't Knov.,1lS .
355.2944 any hourVAAPPROVED Heat, Prices from $19,900 up. FHA or
VA Terms. Fast Occupancy. Edw. 0.
For Veterans and serviceman'' Lyon Broker, 3890361. .

GEORGE'S KENNELS tras.10 x 57 Call, 3BR 771.9278.JUSTISS 66,RITZ Exec.CRAFT cond., Many ex : :: ;rqSI.y;:::: :;;;: :Ei:"" :'':";;:;:;;:::;;; :;:j::

Est 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. BEAUTIFUL 2,3,4a 5 ACRE TRACTSOn
Pick up & Delivery Available, Normandy Blvd.,two miles west of .fJiuflaIJat
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. Cecil Field. Choice homesltes, paved :
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard road, close to town, local phone, no TRAILER PARK
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 restrictions. LOW DOWN PAYMENT- 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern
Edgewood Crt. 389.0064.NEWRCAandZENITH. EASY TERMS Mobile Homes trailers and apts: 389.3001.TRANSPORTATION.
Welcome. Free title Insurance, lust 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511
surveyed. NQRMANDY ACRES. Signon
STEREO property. Your personal inspection OPEN DAILY8T08:30-SATURDAY8TO5:
Consoles, som"e with AM.FM, tape *
invited anytime. DEVELOPER.
.
.,. SUNDAY 1TO4PM
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate OWNER 2393421.REDECORATEDAND. _
stock. Full warrantyl' Phone 771-0409. -
69 AUSTIN HEALY SPRITE, 23,000 $1395
READY 70 TOYOTA COROLLA SPRINTER "
LIVE CRABS 3BR, 2bath, Beautiful. Yard, Range, FASTBACK miles
{ rd'sFlshl Camp WW Carpet. $16000. 15000 miles, Radial tires 28 MPG, 71 GMO/2 TON PICKUP, Trailer Hitch, $2295
264.9701SINGER VanSandt Realtor 317.1213.PRESCOTTARIZONA Outstanding cond., C.U. will go $1100 Clean
o.a.c. Asking $1400.786.0729.
69 CHEVELLE WAGON, 8 cyl., AT, PS, $1895
TOUCH SEW
' Makes all types fancy designs. But. Offers best climate in the state. R&H
tonholes, stretch stitch, winds bobbin Historic old ranch developed Into 2- 69 442 OLDS 71 VW BUS Blue $2750
, inside machine. Like' New Respon acre homesltes near Prescott 2dr. sedan, AC, PS,.PB, Bucket seats,
sible party to take up pmts. of $8. per National Forest. Two acreas: $19995 3 spd.on.the.floor. $1900. or best offer 71 VW STA. WGN.. 16,000 miles, AT, R&H $2895

mo. Rayfields. 6437 Wilson Blvd. low terms. For full details write Mrs. Call.Home'358.1086 or 772.3071. 69 SQUAREBACK, AC, R&H, AT, Low $2195
A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233
North 7th St., Phoenix 85006. Mileage
LAWN MOWING EDGINGcall 70 GHIA, Coupe, Bright Blue, 6000 miles $1990
Hart 64 VW BEETLE
771-3211 Ext. 8340 3BR 2 BATH Sunroof, Radio, Good condition. $625. or 6 mo. Warr. Guar. on engine
Carpeted, Range, 2AC, Dryer connec.
Fenced. Pay equity and assume prm. Call 771-8452., 70 VW, Fastback, Blue, 23,000mlles,'.R&H $2050

3SINGERSS15Sewing $11200 mo.VanSandt,.Realtor 3871213. 70 VW BUS, R&H $2012

Machines, Good cond, S15. 71 VW BUS, Low Mileage, Green $2495
each. Sew'N' Sound, Inc. 1564 Hen. CHEVY
drlcks Ave., corner LeSalle Sf, Phone 3BR, IVbb: Garage BY OWNER In Sandalwood. 4dr. V.8, Auto Trans. PS, R&H, $880. 68 VW, Sedan R&H, Blue $2895
Call 2825306.
398.1683. Small equity, assume mortgage. 724. 68 VW, Sedan, R&H, Blue $1250

DOUBLE KNIT PANTS $8.99 0781..-' 66 VW SQUAREBACK Beige, R&H $1200
Ideal, for Fathers Day. Reg. $20. -
values. Furniture Sew 'N' Sound, Inc. RENTALS 15' BOAT,MOTOR A TRAILER$350 2 Nice Selection of other Model VW's
W30HPEIec. starter Johnson.
1564 Hendricks Ave., corner LeSalleSt. -
Phone 398.1683. Aluminum fishing boats, one V
ORANGE PARK bottom 8 one Flat. $40 each. 1 Gibson 700 % GUARANTEE!
2BR house turn AC, 5 min. to NAS refrlg.Freezer combo. (FrostFree)
FOR SALE will rent to bachelors. 264 6884. $100. Call 7811253. We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
St Bernard, female. 1 year old. V50. we tuned up; tightened, and replaced everything that needed it.
Call 7721113. And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair:or replacement of all
maior mechanical parts'for 30 days or 1000 miles Come on in and
FOR SALE ORANGE PARK 62 KARMAN-GHIA double check.
Baby feeding table, Brown formica :2 r BR., Apts. turn or unfurn., Rebuilt engine, Radio. Call 744.0679
top. Like new. Also, Bissle hand Diswesher, Drapes, Carpets for demonstration. ENGINeTRANSMISSlONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
786.5180. Elizabeth Apts. 771-1405 or 771.3355. ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICALSYSTEM
sweeper
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GUITAR LESSONS 66KARMAN-GHIA We also have a fine selection of '"-

Electric or AcoustiC. $". hr Contact UNF.HOUSE FOR RENT Low mileage,,good gas mileage, new Domestic cars
Ronald Pickle, Bks. 6C Rm.110, NAS 3BR, 2b, DR Fam. rm Kit. Fenced brakes, new battery. $750 firm. 396
Jax. 388-9654 or 772.3302, yard. 264.5827. 3651.



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vide additional information. Each message! note the advisory number eye position ,../w"r1i, *..: I f

gives the name, eye position, intensity and' intensity, and forecast direction of movementin '
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Tornadoes spawned by hurricanes are among the storm's
worst killers. When a hurricane approaches, listen for tornado Hunt Hurrica F

watches and warnings. A tornado watch means tornadoes are
expected to develop. A tornado warning means a tornado has
actually been sighted. When your area receives a tornado (Tracking Chart Courtes l
Luxury 1,2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments warning, seek inside shelter immediately, preferably below

3 Bedroom Townhouses ground level. If a tornado catches you outside, move away Science Services d

ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPING from its path at a right angle. If there is not time to escape, lie
CARPETING DRAPERIES flat in the nearest depression,such as a ditch or a ravine.
S DISHWASHER DISPOSAL Remember
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PRIVATE PATIO OR BALCONY
Hurricane watches mean a hurricane may threaten an area
2 POOLS, TENNIS COURTS CLUBHOUSE HOULERADIO
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Beware the Eye of the Hurricane, ,*,'
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If the calm storm center passes directly overhead, there will ,
be a lull in the wind lasting from a few minutes to half an hour or

more. Stay in a safe place unless emergency repairs are ab
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GOODS MOCCASINS, VESTS 5059 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 384-4595
I i and many other leather goods 5635 ROOSEVELT BLVD.VENETIA VILLAGE SHOP. CTR..
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PAGE 14 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


Hurricane Safety RulesJax

Support Navy Relief
Hurricane advisors will help you save your life in the event of
an on coming storm..but you must help. These safety rule are
provided by the Environmental Science Services Administration for
The Its Own.there
Navy Helps you to follow during hurricane emergencies.
Enter each hurricane leason prepared. Every June through
November, recheck your supply of boards, tools, batteries, nonperishable .
l Mlll1J: .jI;',< '.''" foods and the other equipment you will need when a
hurricane strikes your town.
.When you hear the first tropical cyclone advisory, listen for future
messages; this will prepare you for a hurricane emergency ,well in
Q advance of the issuance of watches and warnings.
When your area Is covered by a hurricane watch continue normal
activities, but stay tuned to radio or television for all ESSA Weather
Bureau advisories. Remember, a hurricane watch means possible
danger within 24 hours; if the danger materializes, a hurricane
warning will be issued. Meanwhile,keep alert. Ignore rumors.
When your area receives a hurricane warning: Plan your time
before the storm arrives and avoid the last-minute hurry which might
leave you marooned or unprepared.Keep .
thru calm until the emergency has ended.
44J7 Leave low-lying areas that may be swept by high tides or storm
ClassifiedPHONE VF % waves.

0 Moor your boat securely before the storm arrives,or evacuate it to a
l Spanish registration-The Florida Junior College Adult Division held designated safe area. When your boat is moored, leave it and don't
registration for Spanish classes last week for the Eagles of VP-16 to return once the wind and waves are up.
help familiarize them with the Spanish language in preparation for Board up windows or protect them with storm shutters or tape.
their upcoming Fall deployment to South America. The Eagles will bea Danger to small windows is mainly from wind-driven debris. Larger
part of the UNITAS exercise, which is an annual training and windows may be broken by wind pressure.
goodwill tour of several South American cities. Shown registering are Secure outdoor objects that might be blown away or uprooted.
388-2755 (LtoR): AWAN E. G. Steighner, AW3 K. A. Erickson, AW2 C. K. Garbage cans,garden tools,toys,signs,porch furniture and a numberof
Moore, Sally Hague The teacher,and LCdr. D.Medara. other harmless items become missiles of destruction in hurricane
winds. Anchor them or store them inside before the storm strikes.
Store drinking water in clean bathtubs, jugs, bottles and cooking
utensils; your town's water supply may be contaminated by flooding
Would believe a or damaged by hurricane floods.
you Check your battery-powered equipment. Your radio may be your
only link with the world outside the hurricane, and emergency cooking
Silver Punch Bowl Set facilities, lights and flashlights will be essential if utilities are in-
$175 terrupted. Keep your car fueled. Service stations may be inoperablefor
several days after the storm strikes,due to flooding or interrupted

for $8 a day ? { r- electrical Stay at home power,if,it is sturdy and on high ground; if it is not, move to a
.: designated shelter and stay there until the storm is over.
,. -." .'='. Remain indoors during the hurricane. Travel is extremely
: dangerous when winds and tides are whipping through your area.
\. I" Monitor the storm's position through ESSA Weather Bureau ad.
.' visories.
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When the hurricane has passed:
.. Seek necessary medical care at Red Cross disaster stations or
.(' ,o-...! hospitals. '
Stay out of disaster areas. Unless you are qualified to help, your
presence might hamper first-aid and rescue work;
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Drive carefully along debris-filled streets. Roads may be un
Oc?
>JI dermined and may collapse under the weight of a car. Slides along
cuts are also a hazard.
Avoid loose or dangling wires and report them immediately to your
power company or the nearest law enforcement officer.
; Report broken sewer or water mains to the water department.
I y'H I Prevent fires. Lowered water pressure may make fire fighting

',' .... ,jo-.o- difficult.
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Check refrigerated food for spoilage if power has been off during the
i storm.
Remember that hurricanes moving inland
can cause severe flooding.
Call our party consultant. Stay away from river banks and streams.


Make your wedding reception somethingto

be remembered.CLEAN Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-JO p.m.

D PICK UP & DELIVERY f --
"PARTY.READY" BANQUET GOODS FOR ANY OCCASION '
THAT WILL FLATTER ANY HOST. 1i D ROAD SERVICED
A Champagne fountains MECHANIC ON DUTY I 7l I

Tables and chairs ,, N D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS JJ

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VacationBible Drug Abuse TestingTo




Schooljax Start By July 1



Jax-By July 1, the Navy will have established a drug abuse testing
Vacation Bible School for 1972Is program
being sponsored (fointly by AllSaints' This systematic testing will be performed at random on all Navy
and St. Edwards' Chapels.The .
and Marine Corps personnel on extended active duty.
school will be conducted June Biochemical testing of urine samples has sufficiently identified
12.16 from 9.11:30 a.m. each day. those individuals who, at the time of testing, had traces of drugs in
Parent's Night and the closing 1 aY their systems.A .
exercise will be In All Saints' Chapelon positive urinalysis test result however,will not label an individualas
Friday June 16, at 7p.m.
a drug user.Personnel .
Call the Chaplain's Office for fur. with positive test results will then undergo a medical
ther Information. 4 4L
examination evaluation.This .
evaluation provides the only means of telling the difference

between drug dependent individuals, casual drug abusers, legitimate
Sanford < drug abusers and falso positive reports.A .
NEW John concerted effort will be made to avoid undue harassment and
uFCERS"Capt-! R' KlncaidNAS CO, promotesLtoR( )
WOls Robert Harrion, John Eccelston, and Theodore Austell to their discrimination in the program and, to prevent embarassment
present ranks.Voting, positive test results will be forwarded via airmail letter for viewing
ReunionJaxNavymen only by the commanding officer..

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,
who were
Information
formerly stationed at NAS "Straight facts"from the
Sanford Fla. before it was D o..11 e ComFafrJaxDrugAwarenessTeam"

decommissioned in 1968 .l:'

are invited to bring their OKLAHOMAIf vote counts in Oklahoma .
families to the 3rd Annual but only if you meet the dead.
Reunion June 24, at Lake line.
you are a legal resident of
Golden on the base. Oklahoma here are the dates to NEVADA ,
i The reunion party will be remember if you want to vote Nevada permits registration OnDope
held from 10 a.m. to 10 in the State's
p.m. primary election: at any time for members of the
at the picnic area. July 22: You should get a Armed Forces and thefr spouses
Tickets will be availableat Federal Post Card Application and dependents residing outsidethe
Lake Golden on June 24. FPCA) off to the Secretary of State.' -
The entrance fee of $1.50 the County Election Board, So, if you plan on voting in '
per person gives you all the county of residence by this the State's primary election It takes 632 Ibs. of grass to make 1 Ib. of hash..
catfish and hushpuppiesyou date to request an absentee here are two dates to jot down:
ballot. August 5, 1972: If you are
eat from until
can noon August 22: This is the date not registered,.you should do so
6p.m. Soft drinks and beer of the primary election. by this date. Use a Federal Post
will be available. September 19: This is the Card Application (FPCA) to
The party committee is date of the second or runoff apply for an absentee ballot. 'If
trying to hire a live band primary. you are not registered, you will
for the evening entertainment Members of the Armed be sent an "Affidavit of Regis-
at the Forces, their spouses and dependents tration" which must be com. kqNs
clubhouse. Also enjoy the are not required to pleted and returned to the issuing
beach and swimming in the register to vote in Oklahoma if office before a ballot will be
lake. voting by the absentee process. sent. Be sure to state your po-
When completing an FPCA to litical party preference on the
For further
information
request an absentee ballot be FPCA.
call ET1 Floroski at 772- sure to indicate your political September 5,1972: This is the '"'"
2686 or 772-2687. party preference. date of the primary election.
Questions? See the voting Once you are registered registration
counselor of your unit. Your is permanent.


EVANGELASSEMBLY


OF GOD HOMES FOR LIVING

MAGAZINEWATSON
5714 RAMONA BLVD. PIC''urs.pu'.'t ponc.Ia....h.n J.,"...,,,.,
((2 Blocks from Lane Ave. MOVING OUT OF TOWN
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and Interstate 10)) w.H... H..IO.I"Loll.,' .Ia" "' ".1 400 emmunhan
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PHONE 772-9800 '



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Morning A.M.
Worship ,10:50
Evening Service 7:30 P.M. Great Road Machine I


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'I Royal Marines VisitJax Vets Could Lose I



From June 12-16 an Since 1966, 41 Commando has GI Education LoanJax

average of 40 Royal Marine been part of the Strategic

Commandos will visit MATSG Reserve and at immediate Millions of veterans and farm cooperative training.
here each day. They are members readiness for much of this time.In could lose\- part or all of their GI These forms of training are
of the 41 Commando, Royal addition, this unit has servedas educational benefits if they don't available under the eight year

Marines, presently embarked part of the United Kingdom act promptly, the Veterans policy until August 31, 1975, or
aboard HMS Bulwark, presentlyin contribution the Southern Flanks Administration has warned. eight years after discharge,
port at Naval Station, of the NATO force. Those whose benefits are in whichever is later.
'
The Commando returned to d
Mayport. e discharged between Veterans earn one and-a half
During their stay, they will Britain in April. After exercisingwith danger were educational benefits
31 1955, and June 1, months of
January ,
visit various Marine activitiesand HMS Bulwark, they will
1966. For these veterans, for each month of military service -
will be guests at all of the return to Malta in July. for VA educational up to a maximum of 36
station's clubs and recreational The commanding officer of the eligibility
who 18
assistance payments for GI Bill months. Those serve
facilities. 41 Commando is Royal Marines
31 1974, months or more are entitled to
schooling expires on May ,
Lieutenant Colonel R. A.
The 41 Commando saw servicein Campbell -
the full 36 months.
whether they are enrolled at that
Korea in 1950 with the 1st U.S. VA veterans
time or not. currently pays
Marine Division and was Lt. Col. Campbell The expiration date is fixed bya with no dependents, attending
awarded the Presidential Unit
1966 law which, for the first school full-time, $175 a month.
United Citation by States.the President The pennant of the DoD Eases Rule On Kin Travel time, extended eligibility for Those with one dependent receive

education benefits to post $205; with two dependents $230;
commemorating this award flies Korean veterans with service and with more than two depen
is authorized.
from the unit's regimental colors WASHINGTON (AFPS) transportation
today. The Department of Defense has Previous regulations, which) after January 31, 1955. Each dents an added $13 for each
eased the rules covering use of veteran has eight years in whichto dependent over two.
I \k- government transportation for use his benefits. To qualify for educational

..-..--.er.m.tr.. next immediate of kin and family a member to of travel the SGLI Rates Normally, the eight years are assistance, post Korean vets

I I PHONE 311.535 I overseas to visit a seriously ill computed from the date of his and servicemen now on active
or injured serviceman or civilian release from military service. duty must have served at least
I I employe. But because the benefits were not 181 days any part of it after

;::; t1 Travel overseas is now auth Go DownJax available until'June 1, 1966, when January 31, 1955.
: orized when the attending the law became effective, the Veterans separated for service
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.1il .(\ now being scheduled for Appointments may be I'

jLLJ=::ai StandingsNATIONAL dependent children whosesponsor's made by the sponsor at the
birth month is
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June.
Jax The 6th Naval District Tennis desk.
Tournament will LEAGUE of active
be held in July at Naval Base Key West. All Dependents Each dependent will
personnel duty and retired personnel receive an examination
,
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NARJAX an application of stannous
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FICEUR 8 3 stannous flouride treat- information.
COMFAIIUAX TENNIS TOURNAMENT AIMD 7 4
Jax Plans are now underway for the ComFairJax MARINE BKS 7 4
Tennis Tournament to be held VP-45 5 4FAW11
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July 17-21.
The winner of the tournament will represent Com NARJAX No.2 5.3' 5'h 8 I Merit Promotions I !
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at Naval Station Newport, R. I., July 24-28 MATSG 3' 10. Jax -. The following 20, 1972. .
INTRAMURAL BOWLING PLAYOFFSJax AFEES 2'h 8'h positions have been advertised Employees are urged to
-The Intramural Bowling round-robin MARTD 2 10 under the Jax look for the Merit j
playoffs
are Merit Promotion Promotion Announcementson
scheduled to begin on June 14 and will run through June AMERICAN LEAGUE Program since our last the official bulletin
21 at the Jax Bowling Center. Starting times have not issue: boards in their work areas
yet been determined. The new Fall league is scheduledto Aircraft Mechanic at least once a week.

get underway July 17.INTRAMURAL. VW-4 ', W L Foreman, WS-10 (56-72)); They are al encouraged .
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I Nakamura Gives PointersTo Intramural Fliers Bats SilencedJax I


Jax Judo ClubJax Bowling -The Jax Navy Fliers hada l oyette walked to put two men on
Navy
rough time last weekend at base.Neilher man advanced any

Robins Air Force Base as they farther however, and the Fliers
Judo is them interested he said. StandingsNational
becoming a more ,
managed only six singles and one went down 8-0.
in the United States Nakamura himself began
popular sport for the
run in three games as they lost by Things only got worse
teenagers.Here studying the art at age seven in
especially among League
scores of 7.1, 8-0 and 7-0. Fliers in the third game, playedon
in America to teach the his native country, where judo is Robins startedoff
The three losses dropped the Saturday, as
true art of judo, or 'Kodokan,' is mandatory for children in W L
in the
and the with five runs
school. RADAR No. 17 52 24 Fliers record to seven wins game
Professor Ryozko Nakamura,
grammar GEMS 32 five losses and broke a four game first inning as a result of four
44
technical advisor for the United "But, judo cannot be masteredin
streak that the hits walk and two errors. To
NAMTD 44 32 winning saw a
he said. "Un-
States Judo Federation. A nativeof a day,
COMFAIRJAX 42 34 Fliers collect 47 hits and 24 runs. add to their misery, Stanton, the
Japan,he came to the States in fortunately, there is a tendencyfor
LEPRECHAUNS The the Fliers Robins pitcher, held the Fliers
only run
and 41 39
1967 to improve the quality of teenagers to dropout go
TAMARAWS could wih hitless until the seventh inning
against
judo. into other sports in high school." 31 39 come up
FLAPJAX Robins in the first of when Tucker broke the
up
Terry
lifetime 311, 39 came game
The professor, who is on his "Because judo is a
679TH the series in the of the seventh no-hitter with a single. By that
who 35 41 top
seventh teaching tour of the work of hard training, people
ILL EAGLES 35 41 inning after ,'Robins had a 7-0 time,however,it was too late and
nation, visited the NAS Jax Judo are in the position to instruct
FAETU lead. The after Cliff the Fliers shutout for the
30 46 ran came were
Club last week to help conduct a should always study judo for
WOMEN'S LIB 23 53 Murray was hit by a pitch, second game in a row 70. Stanton
three-day judo clinic, attended by themselves and should be good
reached strikeouts in the
second recorded 14
on a groundoutand
members of several local clubs. examples for their students. lie Continental League
scored Ron Sutton's and faced only 22 Fliers.
Nakamura, who is one of the stressed the qualities of good on game
W L single. Ed McBride and Cliff
most knowledgeable men of manners and honesty in Instructors *
PIN BUSTERS 48 28 Murray collected the only other The Fliers will try to return to
American judo, believes the best .
CHOKERS 48 28 two hits the Fliers could at home this
instructors manage.In their winning ways
way to upgrade the quality of "Too many American '
BUSCH LEAGUERS 47
29 the second game Bob weekend as they play two gameson
is
judo through young people. are teaching"karatetechniques"
I "High school students show the with judo," said the HOSPITAL 47 29 Dombroski got a single in the Friday and two on Saturday
QUACKS 47 29 first and Gil Montemayor got one against the Moody Air Force
fastest development in judo, professor, who has had six teeth
TARS 44 32PP&P'S in the third but that was the only Base team.The Fliers and Moody
therefore it is important to keep broken by overenthusiastic
youngsters. He believes that 33 47 attack the Fliers could muster as have already clashed earlier in

incorrectly is CHIEFS 38 38 they went down one-two-three in the season at Moody and the
teaching judo
harmful NDRC No.2 25 51 four of the seven innings. Their Fliers came out with two wins in

"There is only one kind of judo, EAGLES 24 52 only scoring threat came in the three games. The first game on

and it is not a killing sport." MOLAR ROLLERS 19 57 fifth when with two outs Ron Friday will start at 7 p.m. and on

Nakamura emphasized that with Atlantic League Sutton was hit by a pitch, went to Saturday at 1 p.m.All games will
second on a wild pitch and Jim be played at Mackroth Field.
to others
i/a its philosophy of giving W L
: Y kodokan judo teaches a way of REBELS 57/i 18M I ? It
$ mutual benefit and welfare. "You WOODPECKERS NO. 47 29 ;C 'I !
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can only help people understand AFEES 45 31 ; I Ik I
( judo by teaching it correctly," he VR-50 45 31VP62 ,: i

said. No.1 39 37

The USJF advisor notes that FUBARS 38 38

students of the NAS judo club are FICEUR5 37tt38

q "very good." A majority of them NUBS 35 41 I o Y tl YY 1

are young people. BLOWHARDS 35 41

i1 "One boy, about 13, beat nine BEE'S 25 55

boys here.the other day. He will VP-62 No.2 16 60

be said.promoted to brown belt," he :, .,, ::1


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predicted, "people will be able if Navy-Marine .' .
Professor Nakamura they work hard at it, to competein \ .t...", _.,... ........;.-,."
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structor. putting him just over the 20-year more years at the Naval for two years.
mark. He is an AE School In Hospital.
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made within the Bureau of Naval Personnel as of July 1, 1972.
This change will bring to completion the phased implementation of .r I
the centralized enlisted assignment program. t.,


The change in procedure means that problems relating to an activity's * *.*jfr * * * * * :

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I Nokamura Gives PointersTo Intramural-- I Fliers Bats SilencedJax I


Navy Jax Judo Club Bowling -The Jax Navy Fliers hada Boyette walked to put two men on
rough time last weekend at base.Neither man advanced any

Robins Air Force Base as they farther, however, and the Fliers
Jax -Judo is becoming a more them interested," he said. StandingsNational
()
managed only six singles and one went down 8-0.
in the United States Nakamura himself began
popular sport for the
run in three games as they lost by Things only got worse
especially among teenagers. studying the art at age seven in League
scores of 7-1, 8-0 and 7-0.() Fliers in the third game, playedon
Here in America to teach the his native country, where judo is startedoff
Robins
The three losses dropped the Saturday, as
true art of judo, or 'Kodokan,' is mandatory for children in W L
wins and the with five runs in the
school. RADAR No. 17 52 24 Fliers record to seven game
Professor Ryozko Nakamura,
grammar GEMS 32 five losses and broke a four game first inning as a result of four
44
technical advisor for the United "But, judo cannot be masteredin
NAMTD 44 32 winning streak that saw the hits, a walk and two errors. To
he said. "Un-
States Judo Federation. A nativeof a day,
COMFAIRJAX 42 34 Fliers collect 47 hits and 24 runs. add to their misery, Stanton, the
Japan,he came to the States in fortunately, there is a tendencyfor
The the Fliers Robins held the Fliers
LEPRECHAUNS only run pitcher,
39
1967 to improve the quality of teenagers to dropout and go 41
TAMARAWS could wih hitless until the seventh inning
judo. into other sports in high school." 37 39 come up against
FLAPJAX Robins in the first of when Tucker broke the
Terry up
lifetime 37 39 came game
The professor, who is on his "Because judo is a
who 679TH 35 41 the series in the top of the seventh no-hitter with a single. By that
seventh teaching tour of the work of hard training,people
ILL EAGLES 35 41 inning after :Robins had a 7-0 time,however,it was too late and
nation, visited the NAS Jax Judo are in the position to instruct
FAETU lead. The after Cliff the Fliers were shutout for the
30 46 ran came
Club last week to help conduct a should always study judo for
WOMEN'S LIB Murray hit by pitch second in a row 7-0.() Stanton
23 53 was a game
three-day judo clinic, attended by themselves and should be good
reached second recorded 14 strikeouts in the
on a groundoutand
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members of several local clubs. examples for their students. He Continental League
scored on Ron Sutton's and faced only 22 Fliers.
Nakamura, who is one of the stressed the qualities of good game
W L single. Ed McBride and Cliff
most knowledgeable men of manners and honesty in in-
PIN BUSTERS 48 28 Murray collected the only other The Fliers will try to return to
American judo, believes the best structors.
CHOKERS 48 28 two hits the Fliers could .
home this
manage.In their winning ways at
way to upgrade the quality of "Too many American instructors
BUSCH LEAGUERS 47
29 the second game Bob weekend as they play two gameson
judo is through young people. are teaching"karatetechniques"
,t' HOSPITAL 47 29 Dombroski got a single in the Friday and two on Saturday
1 "High school students show the with judo, said the
fastest development in judo, professor, who has had six teeth QUACKS 47 29 first and Gil Montemayor got one against the Moody Air Force
TARS 44 32PP&P'S in the third but that was the only Base team.The Fliers and Moody
therefore it Is important to keep broken by overenthusiastic
youngsters. He believes that 33 47 attack the Fliers could muster as have already clashed earlier in

teaching judo incorrectly is CHIEFS 38 38 they went down one-two-lhree in the season at Moody and the
harmful. NDRC No.2 25 51 four of the seven innings. Their Fliers came out with two wins in

"There is only one kind of judo, EAGLES 24 52 only scoring threat came in the three games. The first game on
and it is not a killing sport" MOLAR ROLLERS 19 57 fifth when with two outs Ron Friday will start at 7 p.m. and on

Nakamura emphasized that with Atlantic League Sutton was hit by a pitch, went to Saturday at 1 p.m. All games will
second on a wild pitch and Jim be played at Mackroth Field.
its philosophy of giving to others, W L .
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kodokan judo teaches a way of REBELS 57& 18ft : i
mutual benefit and welfare. "You WOODPECKERS NO. 47 29

can only help people understand AFEES 45 31 .A 11 11f
judo by teaching correctly," he VR-50 45 31

said. VP-62N0.1 39 37

The USJF advisor notes that FUBARS 38 38

students of the NAS judo club are FICEUR5 37V438ft

"very good." A majority of them NUBS 35 41 f I

are young people. BLOWHARDS 35 41

i1Professor "One boy, about 13, beat nine BEE'S 25 55 P t

boys here the other day. He will VP-62 No. 2 16 60 n 1. It1i r

be promoted to brown belt," he

said. ..
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"In five more years," he "' .
predicted, "people will be able, if Navy-Marine \ -
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Nakamura they work hard at it, to competein ] ty t ,
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Demonstrates Technique. Bowling
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MATSG. He Is an AE in- two more years at VP49. shipped over for six at MATSG, his name on the line for four $ Leading Chief, shipped over
structor. putting him just over the 20-year more years at the Naval for two years.
mark. He is an AE School In- Hospital.
structor.

Assignment of PO's, StrikersTo


Be Made Within BUPERS I' r Drug Help ;



Jax -Assignments for petty officers and designated strikers will be t. \ : Dial 2900

made within the Bureau of Naval Personnel as of July 1,1972.
This change will bring to completion the phased implementation of
the centralized enlisted assignment program.


The change in procedure means that problems relating to an activity's * *?* * * * * * **

personnel readiness or status, either in numbers or quality of KA a 11ACKKY f
enlisted personnel assigned on projects, will be a CINCLANTFLT r POPULAR DEMAND **
responsibility.
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Those problems related to the detailing (issuance of PCS orders) of r" *
an individual, however, will be a BUPERS responsibility and as such & *
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is to monitor their portion of the fleet commander's personnel 1 3 TOPLESS .*
requisition to ensure the correctness of the requisition in accordancewith VALLI KEMP is over 18 years
the policies and procedures established by the manning control old but she still can't vote in GO-GO GIRLS
authority. this year's Presidential elec C.ntinv.us.h.w,IPM-2AM IN THE LOUNGE 4-8 P.M.
tions.' Why? Because Valli is SPEAKEASY ROOM
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Authority shall direct all communications concerning command you've got to be a citizen of the OFFICE LOUNGE

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. ..:. ,..,; . For many years the Jax Air talents of the station personneland maintaining Its own front and
.:,;; -. \\" ., ,' . News and Latwinger have served to boost the moral of a back page covers. The
i .\#.'". I',. ",/..\'\'., .. captured a host of colorful and people caught up (In the strain of a remaining 12-24 pages are sharedto
.-. .-. v \, \. \\, historical events as they unfolded major world war. We've come a provide broader coverage of
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<111 / characters in dramatic roles, our mission i is still the same. The Jax Air News comes under

,- ," . have presented story after story The Jax Air News' and Lat- the direction of the NAS
I for thousands of readers each winger are now commercial Jacksonville Service Information
week. enterprise newspapers, Office, headed by Arthur
The first eight-page Issue of the published by the Holt Publishing Slocumb, S10. The newspaper
Jax Air News appeared on April Company since March 14, 1963, staff includes three Navy journalists -
t rG'w 1, 1943 as a central source of and financed entirely through the whose primary duties are
general Information and morale sale advertising. This method with SIO and collateral duties
for the personnel at NAS Jax saves the government an include supporting the
Cecil Field, Lee Field, and Naval estimated $30,000 a year for the publication of the Air News, and a'
Air Gunners School. Sixteen Jax Air News alone, which had Navy photographer. All photo
years ago, the Latwinger, then been financed In the past by the processing Is handled be the
Fleet Air Photo Lab.a .
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activities
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throughout tenant commands, and servicemen's wives.servicemen WANT
who supply us with the wide The Latwinger's

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proofs. The Navy Is assisted by While d journalist must 388-2755
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detail before the papersare own work amount, it Is of particularly pride In his ,-;'

printed that night. Hot off the satisfying when
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FASTPITCH" Admin tallied six one also plays slowpitch) and getting better wood on the ball i I wa
:
Lund hits for VA while since switching from his nine ironto
big markers in the top of the 7th had 3 -12,
a driver..In his win over VA-
Husky, Favata and Ward stroked
frame to'upset league leading
2 each. The 'Hellrazors' had 12, Honey Loy even chipped in
VA-12,6-2. VA-12 was leading 1-0 Lightle,Stancil and Caster stroke with a stolen base. Honey caughtthe
Wilfred
on the strong pitching of
2 hits apiece in their losing effort. opposition, his own team.
to the 7th inning.
Stromquist up mates, umpires, the spectatorsand
his RAIDER RAMBLINGS: Jolly
George 'Honey to Loy date pitched he Jim Lee is in the process of his wife flatfooted with this ....... :Ii
strongest game as ......
bringing his trusty right arm out rare (for George) theft..one of \
limited VA-12 to but six hits. of mothballs in anticipation of a the better hitters in the league Mrs. Rose Marie Paganelli, accepting thanks from Mr. Doug Arm
George also contributed 2 hits. strong, American Red Cross Field director.
long afternoon, when the CPO's (fastpitch) this year is Claude
for VA-12
The hitting star was
Ladies Home Companions meet "Mutt' Chavis. Mutt has an even

Lefty Falcon. their secret Tom Puckett's youth oriented swing at the plate, and hits the Volunteer HonoredMrs.
unvieled
VA-45 own
ball line. He is also
pitching weapon last week in the Acey-Duecys on Thursday, June right on a a
more than adequate fielder..the
and 15th at 1730..0n Saturday 17
of CDR. Paganelli,
the person soft throwing righthander June,the Cecil chapter of Ancient weekend Station plan-of-the-day Rose Marie Paganelli is shown accepting congratulations anda

struggled to a 15-10 'pitching Mariners, Inc (the CPOs) will reported that the recent framed letter of thanks from Mr. Doug Armstrong, Field Director of

duel' over AMD. take on their Jax counterparts ina slowpitch game which pitted the the American Red Cross at NAS Jacksonville and Cecil Field The
victory
Aungst, Price and Kitts led the slowpitch game at Jax. The 1st officers against the AceyDuecyswas letter praises the fine service Mrs. Paganelli has performed servingas

VA-45 batting attack with 3 hits pitch is scheduled to wobble won by the latter, 1110.Don Chairman of the Red Cross Volunteers at Cecil Field. Mrs. Edna

apiece. Losing pitcher Dale plateward at 1300.In checkingthe Jackson, perhaps one of the Mattson, Chairman of Red Cross Volunteers at NAS Hospital, also

t r Howard, Rogers, Snellgrove, scorebook, we found that Ed better (if not the best) quar- presented Mrs. Paganelli with a gold disc charm as a momento of her

Smith and Brooks banged out 2 Tonge's batting slump remains terbacks in the Navy's touch year of service at Cecil Field. During her time as chairman, Mrs.

hits each for AMD. unbroken Ed thought football program was recently Paganelli has put in close to 600 hours of volunteer time and has kept
observed in the act of recruiting the dispensary well-stocked with willing volunteers to help with
SLOWPITCH: VA-12 took the (reasonably) that his hard hit
measure of VA-174, 113. Ward line drive which handcuffed the players for his VA-174 team. checking in patients, taking temperatures, standing-by for X-ray and
took the win and Thompson the Could it be that Don is again minor surgery,and a myriad of other duties. She has had a programfor
VA-12 shortstop should have been contemplating a comeback after Red Cross Youth Volunteers to help out in the Cecil Field Libraryas
loss. Lefty Falcon (the versatile listed as a single. Ed seems to be announcing his retirement? well as the Dispensary.Mig .


already been passed with the was later downed by a the Battleship USS -West Virginia
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Navy\ Newsgram current rate at 94 percent.. Terrier Missile from USS Sterett during the attack on Pearl

Among first-termers the trend of (DLG-31)). On May 31, Higbee Harbor.

retention has been up for the last signalled her return by pounding Miller's mother, Mrs.

The Navy's drive to retain first- for the current fiscal year, which three years: The rate for Fiscal enemy emplacements; she Henrietta Miller, will serve as

termers is paying off During they say is a better indicator of year 1970 was 10 percent, the rate triggered five secondary ex sponsor for the ship.. The 438-foot

March, the first-term retentionrate the Navy's retention success. for the fiscal year 1971 was 17 plosions. Destroyed three Escort is designed for speeds in

jumped to 38 percent, a new Through the end of March, 23 percent. bunkers and a tank, and shelled a excess of 27 knots and will accommodate -

monthly high. The Bureau of percent of the first-term personnel machine gun position firing at a crew of 17 Officers

personnel officials are more eligible to reenlist this USS Higbee South Vietnamese troops. and 228 Enlisted men.

impressed with the retention rate fiscal year have done so. At this The USS Higbee (DD-806)),with CVW21On
New BEQ'sCongress
last the retention rate
time year,
her battle damage repaired,
was 16 percent. returned to the Gunline off June 1, Navy planes is considering the

HONPA, The Navy's goal is to reach a Vietnam this week to blast North destroyed two 45-foot supply from craft, Navy's request for some 119
trying to move supplies an
first-term retention rate of 31 Vietnamese positions near Quang million dollars for new and
island to the North Vietnamese
MOTORS& CYCLES CO. percent and a career personnel Tri. Higbee's Aft S- nch turret mainland.'. The two were attacked modernized Bachelor Enlisted
4949 BLANDING BLVD. retention rate of 80 percent. In was hit by a bomb from a North and sunk from quarters and Community support
PHONE 771-8244 the career area the goal has Vietnamese Mig April 19; The by planes facilities. Rear Admiral W. M.
CVW21. Enger of the Naval Facilities

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the Navy is com-
named in honor of a black
mitting itself to build new
LEOPARD Navyman will be launched at
bachelor enlisted quarters,
Avondale Shipyards, Westwego,
facilities and
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La. on June 3. The Destroyer
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"Doric" Millerwho received the
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Navy Cross for heroism aboard
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I I lamps Area Offers Ideal Weekend Tour I


START east on John Kennedy Boule south
on U.S. 41
vard. Turn right on U.S. 41 south to. tion of FLORIDALAND, through Osprey, loca Tour RouteInterstate
a re-creation
15m. GIBSONTON. This region produces old western town. of an Tampa ty Highway Numbers

90 percent of the country's phosphate. It 91m. VENICE is the go] & U.S.Highway Numbers
also the home of many retired circus winter home of Ring-
is ling Brothers.Barnum and 41 mJ State Highway Numbers
Continue south Bailey Circus.
through Ruskin
people. There is a fine beach and /;.' Approximate Mileages
(known as the"Salad Bowl of the U.S.A.") pavilion here fora 92 *
to the town of. picnic lunch and a saltwater swim before Petersburg Gibsonton
continuing south on U.S. 41, and
45m. BRADENTON. It's worth a pause at Routes 775 and 771 to. Ruskin Scale 01 Miles ,;,
the SOUTH FLORIDA MUSEUM, if just to see 120m. Q 301 o I ',> 10 20 .'>\
the only manatee (sea cow) born in captivity BOCA GRANDE. This was the lair t uy
and various interesting displays and of the pirate, Jose Gasparilla, who terror "
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ized 41 ,..
collections. Turn right on Route 64 and the high seas in the late 18th.cen ww, -."
cross the bridge to Anna Maria Key. Drive ,tury. Captives were offered the opportun ,I ." ,.,.J'.. .\

south on Route 789 along famous beach. ity to join his band and, if they refused, Brads nr r ; .\
es to Longboat Key. Swing east hereto,.. were shot and tossed-overboard. Retrace on at c. :'tJ.

73m. SARASOTA.This is a"Circus Town." your route to Placida and take Route 771 "Mii, 64 rt Ellenton Ma lee ., :... .

The RINGLING MUSEUMS (just north on U.S. north short, then turn left onto U.S. 41. Drive a Key 41 4ac '1 .
distance to. .
41)) stand on the 68-acre estate of the 144m. 189 a .... j
NATIONAL POLICE HALL OF FAME aP c '
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The ,
late John Ringling. CIRCUS MUSEUM which C) to"!) ->
brings back the great days of the Big Top forcement has some fine exhibits of law-en ?Kty *Sarasota i

with gay exhibits of gilded parade wagons equipment.Continueyour route

calliopes and costumes; and tells south on U.S. 41, going through Port r ? ,
Charlotte and cross the bridge to Punta c.? MYAKKA RIVER 10
the story of the circus from the ancient 41 ,
Gorda. Here I ST PE. Arcadia
days of Rome to the "Greatest Show on turn northeast onto U.S. 17 in
toward the 12
stop of. Osprey .
Earth. The RINGLING MUSEUM OF ART offers .3 :
priceless paintings of the great mastersin o fI'
172m. FORT OGDEN. This citrus and live. *
an Italian villa. Then there are the JOHN stock town N. Port
occupies the site of a fort built
RINGLING RESIDENCE and the ASOLO THEATRE, in 1841 during the Seminole War. Here Venice Charlotte
an original 18th-century Italian theatre fifty-five 41 Port t Ft. Ogden
cypress canoes were built to carry
to Florida in 1950. The NAT- POLICE Charlotte
transported CIRCUS fighting men into the Everglades where 1
HALL OF FAME, right next door, offers the Seminoles made their last stand. Continue tf\, ti HALL FAME OF 1 1

more nostalgic memorabilia of the circus' north on U.S. 17 through Arcadia, ; '. ,. aD N ti 1 ;

past. You can see the miniature coach then turn left on Route 70 into Route 72. '. "' -'..., Punta Gorda r'Placida 'i'
given by Queen Victoria to Tom Thumb, 210m. MYAKKA RIVER STATE PARK. :' ..:: O 115
the world's most famous midget, and This 29,000-acre
preserve, reminiscentof o 111
every few hours circus acts are performedin the African
veldt, is an area of tall
old-time style. palms and widespreading oaks with their Boca Grande
Also along this road is Bellm's museumof beards of Spanish moss. Through it flows L ,... .

early motor vehicles, CARS OF YESTER the Myakka River, teeming with a varietyof 248m. ELLENTON, location of the GAMBLE eracy. The mansion houses relics of the

DAY. The whole family can get into the act aquatic birds. The wild turkey, deer MANSION CONFEDERATE MUSEUM. The house, war period. Nearby are ruins of an old
and climb aboard the "Merry Oldsmobile"of and racoons have lost their fear of man built in the early 1840's, served as a ref.
1901 for laughs and pictures. Another and roam about freely. Let the family uge after the Civil War for Judah P. Ben' plantation sugar mill. Proceed north onU.S.

attraction is the SARASOTA JUNGLE GARDENS, loose and refresh yourselves at this delightful jamin, Secretary of State for the Confed- 301 to the junction of Route 60"and

a foliage and flower paradise where wild oasis, then continue west to U.S. Sarasota. Cross the Manatee River and turn west to. .'.
fowl of the world Continue turn right on U.S.301 for. .
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o- ) "How much does it cost me In dollars and cents?" At the credit union there is no doubt about what it 1

t costs to borrow money because all I costs are included In the finance charge.There are no extras.
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LVP{ Rate. This rate would appear to be slightly lower than our rate of 9 percent APR. BUTI. .

..LET'S COMPARE THE ACTUAL DOLLAR COST ON ,y f

A $3000 NEW CAR LOAN REPAID IN 36 MONTHS '

...INCLUDING Credit Life Insurance and ALL other costs!


OTHER FINANCIAL JAX NAVY FEDERAL
;*' INSTITUTION CREDIT UNION

CREDIT LIFE INSURANCE $78.76 0

DOCUMENTARY STAMPS 5.40 0
FINANCE CHARGE 416.12 $434.40ACTUAL

So,let's stop comparing Interest rates .instead,when you are shopping' COST $500.28 $434.40
for financing,compare ACTUAL DOLLAR COST. We think you will find
that you will save money at the credit union every. time.
MONTHLY PAYMENTS $97.23 $95.40

SUMOF PAYMENTS $3,500.28 $3,434,40JAX

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NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT. UNION..
: : OTHER FINANCIAL INSTITUTION $500.28

.. DOLLAR .SAVING COMPARISON CHART .. JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 434.40

SAVINGS $65.88
ITEM. BEING FINANCED .
AMOUNT TO BE FINANCED .

.. NUMBER OF MONTHS FOR REPAYMENT : *Credit life insurance Is not required but we think most borrowers want this extra
protection for their families.
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t l.J: FINANCE CHARGE $_ S_ :, : providing a "do-it-yourself" comparison chart. After you
: |1' CREDIT LIFE INSURANCE .0. i: have shopped and completed the left side (but before you
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institution, bring this form to Jax Navy Federal Credit Union. We will i{'i Q Ve 1 f. v.i!
,.. show you how much you can save by financing with the Credit Union. <..J:if''4< ..:.I .,t"y : :. ..! '. .
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