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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 15, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Jax-The NAS Jacksonville C.A.R.E. Center opens its
doors today with the mission of providing the Navy an A ;
extensive counseling effort in the area of drug use and 451
drug education. drug r r
Included within the C.A.R.E. Center efforts will be the ,

Drug Exemption Program, Minority Affairs, a Black ) .
Culture Program and drug education for military Doan

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Navy Relief [


Campaign: '


i. Ends TodayJax "
VOL. 30 NO. 13 Published In Thelnt.r"t I


Two- days after it was originally
scheduled to end, the 1972 '
Jacksonville auxiliary Navy a
Relief Society fund-raising drive .
has collected $39,827, or 76.6 per I'
cent of the objective of $52,000.
J t The campaign was to end June .
t 6 but was extended to include
today's military payday. '
The report issued June 8
showed that 26 commands have .
achieved 100 or more per cent of
their suggested goal. Twenty
: eight others had attained per-
; .centages ranging from 11 to 99 per
cent. Eight commands had not F-
filed a report.
Rear Admiral Lawrence R.
,, Geis, Commander Fleet Air, [ [
Jacksonville, congratulated all
who had met or exceeded their
goals and urged others to "put [
forth that extra effort necessary Cdr. Herring
to insure the successful completion -
I of this year's fund drive". Navy Newsgram
Top contributors in the drive
which includes NAS Jax, Cecil, Mining Proves Saturday.'i
Glynco and NTC Orlando, are -
NARF Jax with 610 per cent of Jax The mining of NorthVietnam's U.
their suggested goal and Marine harbors has been The
Barracks,Jax, with 326 per cent. "very ,effective" and has"radically" Adm.
Other commands with, 100 or reduced enemy
more per cent as of June 8 were: opposition to Seventh Fleet ships U. S.
NFO Orlando 190 and planes, according to the tankers
CLAW One Cecil 188 former Seventh Fleet Com- strong
f. CVWR-20 155 mander, VAdm. William Mack.At Adm.
VP-5 147
a Pentagon news con-
Commissary Store Jax 144 ference, June 8, Adm. Mack said special
Marine Corps Recruiting the Fleet can do whatever is to
Station 136 necessary to maintain the I
COMFAIRJAX 133 minefield, which he called "very Adm.
p Navy Fuel Depot 133 effective".
Service School Navtracen "We look at it all the time," by 1985
Orlando 131 Adm. Mack said, "and we don't for 57
NFO Jax 130 "
movement it.
see any through -
Navtradevice Center Orlando 128 Because of the mining, he need at
NAMTRADET Cecil Field 122 commented
enemy oppositionhas 80,000
Fleweafac Jax 122 been dropping off"radically".
I NAS Jax 116 Asked if the reduced fuel flow
NAS Cecil Field 114 into North Vietnam has affected [
. VP-49 112 enemy MIG operations, the
Navtracen Orlando 108 Admiral
replied, "They're being
t Marine Barracks Cecil Field 106 affected mostly by Navy F-4's." ;
NAS Glynco,Georgia 105 He said that during April and
NamtradetJax 105 May, Navy F-4's downed eight [
CFAW11 103 MIGs for every Navy aircraft lost
i NROTC Unit Jax.University 101 to MIGs. ,
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J Jax '100 Ace "Right At Home" in F.! 'I ,
Navrestracen Orlando 100 Navy Ace Lt. Randy Cun- ; / t
ningham said he felt "right at "
home"during his hourandahalfflight \}'\
BulletinA in the F-14 on June 7.

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Flying out of a Grumman ,
campaign spokesman Aircraft, test facility, Lt. Cun-,
for the Jacksonville ningham was chased by a Navy
: Auxiliary of the Navy F-4 piloted by Cdr. Tom Cassidyand
Relief Society reported fellow Ace Ltjg) Willy
Tuesday that contributions Driscoll.
I were up to $41,692, or 80.2 The F-14 is due to be hoisted
per cent of the suggested aboard USS Forrestfll (CVA59)in
goal of $52,000. Norfolk next week for tests on b
! It was also learned that the Mark-7 jet blast detector, and
150 sailors and marines of for a catapult and flight to the | )
Phase III AE school at beach. Thefirst, F-14's are to join William
NATTC, gave $1,000 to the the fleet this fall with carrier- today
t', drive last week. based operations planned for meet |
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11. a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 am. to 1 a.m. Friday 6 pm Chilled Apple Juice, TuesdayJune20
Friday 11a.m..11 p.m. to midnight Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order,
11 a.ni" to 2 a.m. &' Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday French Toast w.Syrup, Choice of Hamor BREAKFASTI ChllledTomatoJulce,
Friday
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Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m 11a.m..11p.m. Noon to Midnight midnight
Fri.Sat Lyonnaise Potatoes, Pastry Bar. French w-Syrup, Choice of Hamor
9 a.m. to 2 a.m.
ila.m:la.m. Monday thru Thur DINNER Oyster Stew, Fried Fish Pork Sausage, Cheese Omelet,
Sunday Sunday 2 pm Baked Pork and Beans, Pastry Bar.
11 a.m to Midnight to 7 Portions or El Rancho Stew, Baked
9 I.m. to Midnight pm Macaroni Cheese, Tartar Sauce, DINNERS Chicken Gumbo Soup,Hot
Buttered Asparagus, Seasoned Roast Pork Sandwich, Brown Gravy,
Carrots, Salad Bar, Cream Puffs, Candled Sweet Potatoes, Chilled
Coconut Bars. ".' Sauce,Creole Squash, Seasoned
SANDWICH LINE: Chill Dogs or Lira Beans, Salad Bar, Martha
Grilled Ham & Cheese, Fench Fried Washington Cream Pie, Hermits.
Potatoes, Dessert Bar. SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham
SUPPER: Italian Spaghetti w.Meat burgers or Frankfurters, Egg Salad
c Sauce or Meat Ball Grinders, Par. Sandwich, French Fried Potatoes,
'" mesan Cheese,Pizza Pies, Buttered Dessert Bar"SUPPERS
Green Beans, Salad Bar, Marble Italian Spaghetti w-Meat
Cake, Peach Pudding. Sauce, Baked Lasagna, Pizza Pies,

NAVAL AIR Saturday,June 17 Parmesan Cheeseeasoned Brussel
STATION BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Juice, Sprouts, Salad Bar, Easy Chocolate
PROTESTANT Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order, Cake, Vanilla Pudding.
ec Griddle Cakes, French Toast Choiceof SANDWICH LINE Submarine
SUNDAY Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Baked Sandwich or Gilled Hamburgers,
Beans, Syrup, Hash Brown Potatoes, Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes,
Church School (all ages) 9 a.m. Paytry Bar.BRUNCHt. Potato Chips, Dessert Bar.
at Chapel Annex Divine Worship at 10 a.m. Cream Potato' Wednesday,June 21
Soup, Fried Ham Steaks French BREAKFASTS Chilled Orange Juice,
10:30: a.m. at All Saints'
Chapel." Fried Potatoes, Salad Bar, Blueberry Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order,
Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Pie, Sugar Cookies. Grilled Cakes Syrup, Choice of

JAX AIR NEWS SPOTLIGHTS Palmer Ogden, our erstwhile High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An. SUPPER Southern Fried Chicken, Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Potatoes Creamed,
Cream Ground Beef, Hash Brown
reporter from theCIvilian Personnel Department, as our personality of nex. Junior and Senior Youth Corn Bread Gravy, Dressing Whipped, Cranberry Potatoes, Pastry Bar.DINNERS.

the week. Mr. Odgen, a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel who Fellowship 1:30 p.m. at Bldg. 722. Sauce, Buttered Greens, Simmered Vegetable Soup, Country

began his civil service career 11 years ago, Is an employee relations Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. at Navy Beans, Salad Bar, White Cake, Style Chicken, Creamed Gravy,
specialist At CPD he deals with welfare protects, or special services the Small Chapel Cherry Pudding. Whipped Potatoes, Bread Dressing,,
for civilian employees at'17 service units aboard HAS Jax. He is soon Tuesday Sunday,June 11 Cranberry Sauce, Buttered Dutch Corn
REAKFAIT Chilled Seasoned Broccoli, Salad Bar,
to be reassigned as administrative of fleer at the Naval Hospital. Well Senior Choir Rehearsal Grapefruit .
,7 pjn. at;: Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Apple Cake, Vanilla Wafers.SANDWICH
certainly miss seeing him around here as he has been one of our most Bldg. 750 and Christian Science Order,'Griddle CakesSyrup, French LINBt Sloppy Joes on

reliable sources for civilian news and features for five years. Service 8 'p.m. at the SmallChapel' Toast, Choice of Ham or Pork Hamburg Buns.Grilled Hamburgers or
".". Sausage, ,Creamed .Dried. BeefHome Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes,
Fried Potatoes, Pastry Bar Dessert Bar.SUPPERs. .
I BRUNCH at 10 a.m., Creole Soup,; Grilled ,Ham Steaks,
AIR NEWS NAVALIIOSPITAL Pepper Steaks, French Fried 1'' Pineapple Sauce; Baked Macaroni w-
.:tAX Divine Worship 10 a.m. at St. Potatoes, Salad Bar, Peach Pie, Cheese, Boiled Cabbage 8. Carrots" ,
Lukes. Chocolate Chip Cookies. Buttered, Peas, Salad Bar, Devils
SUPPER: Pan Roast of Beef, Food Cake, Cherry Jello.
Natural Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, SANDWICH LINEs Chicken Salad or
NEWS is Civilian NATTC Hot Spiced Beets, Grilled Hamburgers, Frankfurters,
The JAX AIR a Enterprise' Newspaper Buttered Green
: Protestant ,Worship, Service ,.Beans, French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans,
distributed each Thursday at'the \\J.'S. 'Navin t Air 'Station': SaladBar. Jced-UmonCake".."[ .
10:30 in Pineapple jess rt "Bar:
: a.m. Building 500. Pudding.
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Monday,June If Thursday,June 22
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS BREAKFASTS Chilled Pineapple BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice,

must be forwarded the Public Affairs Office ,Box, 2, NAS, CATHOLIC, '.Juice, ,Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs*to Cooked Farina,Fried Eggs to Order,
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News Saturday Mass 5 p.m, at St., Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup Choice 'French: Toast Syrup, Choice of Ham
items are welcomed from all sources Telephone! '772-31/8 of Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass 8a.m 'Of Bacon or Luncheon Meat,'Minced! or Hard Pork Sausage, Corned Beef HASH,
and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Beef on Toast, Home Fried Potatoes, Boiled Eggs. Pastry Bar.
3119. Pastry Bar: ..DINNER! Mulligatawny Soup,
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and ..DINNER Cheese Soup, .Steak Fried Shrimp or Baked Veal Loaf, ,
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Friday-ll:30: a.m. Wednesday Smothered Onions, Snowflaked Tomato Gravy, Seafood Cocktail

available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race Mass 11:30: a.m. at the Naval Potatoes, Brown Gravy, Buttered Sauce, Parsley Buttered Potatoes,
creed, color national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Hospital Chapel Saturday Carrots, Seasoned Mixed Vegetables, Seasoned Mixed (Vegetables, Hot
Salad Bar, Spiced Beets, Salad Bar, Blueberry
Apple Turnovers, Sugar
violation or rejection of this policy of equal Confessions and
patron. A confirmed 4:15: 5 p.m. Cookies. Pie, Cherry Pudding.
opportunities by an advertiser will. result In the refusal" to print. SANDWICH LINEs Cold Plate, SANDWICH LINE Chili Dogs or
advertising from that source." Assorted Cold: Cuts, Cheese, Potato Grilled Ham & Cheese, French Fried
'Salad,"Baked Beans, Potato Chips, Potatoes, Dssert Bar.
solicited the publisher and queries CHAMPUS will pay for the Dessert Bar.SUPPERs. SUPPERs Turkey Pot Pit Fried'
Advertisements are by authorized services of physical Baked Hamburger & Fish Portions, French Fried Potatoes,
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THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY therapists, speech pathologists, Steamed Rice Au Gratin Cauliflower, Simmered Pinto Beans; Buttered
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Warning To VeteransJax I ., aL1 I ,,I
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How important is the "Release of Liability". ? I .

The 'Veterans, Administration assumption he w'r {. :
agreement, standsa ., it.. .
has made considerable .
effort chance of the new purchaser
during the past years in trying to defaulting on the loan contract
caution all veterans who sell, which may obligate him to a loan
their G I, purchased home to geta indebteness collectable by the
Release of Liability before the VA.
sale is consumated-especially If a veteran sells his property
when they sell with an assump that was secured by his G, Joan, ar Deborah Gannett-
tion agreement.VA he is still legally liable for that Soldier
Loan Guaranty officials loan, even though he is no longerthe
state that a Release of Liability owner of the property,unless: R By Ed Beasley
will provide a veteran with future 1. The loan is paid in full in
peace of mind and prevent conjunction with the sale, or You know about Molly
Picher the who
worrisome problems should a 2. The VA has released the placed,her fallen lady husband re .,
subsequent purchaser default on veteran "in writing" from all when he was injured while I
a loan contract. future liability on the loan.
firing a cannon in the Revolutionary -
The issuance of a Release of If you are thinking of selling War. But, have
Liability is not automatic on the your property and allow your G. you heard of Deborah .
part of the VA, but remains the I. loan to continue on the FROM BEGINNING TO ENDADCS J. S. Bonner is congratulated Gannett? Debra Gannettwas +
responsibility of the veteran to property, you should write to the by Capt. P. W. Smith, VR-54's Commanding Officer, after being a Black woman who ,
request such action and have it VA office that guaranteed your transferred to the Retired Reserve. Chief Bonner had been at NARU wanted to fight for American 1*
accomplished before their sales loan and request information Jax since the beginning of the VR program here, and It seems that he Independence. So, in
contract is completed.To and instructions for obtaining a wasn't about to leave the Naval I Air Reserve until the VR left also. He 1781 man she and dressed enlisted up in like the a
satisfy the VA that the release from liability before retired from the Selected Air Reserve Program on June 1, the same Massachusetts Militia.I
purchaser can qualify, and contracting to sell your home. day his squadron, VR-50 (now VR-54)), received official orders for Using the name Robert
before a veteran can be relievedof However, if the sale is transfer to NAS Atlanta. The Senior Chief had been active in the Shurliff, Deborah Gannett
his obligation, the new pur- pressing, be sure to include a NARU Jax Reserves for 25 years. served as a soldier for 17
chaser must meet the following clause in the contract to the effect months.
requirements. that the "sale is conditioned on Help For Homeowners After the war, Deborahwas
1. Be a good credit risk, and you being released from liability in need of money, so
21: Have sufficient income to by the VA on your G. I. loan". Jax-If you own or have owneda by dependents, within 15 months she applied for the pension
meet the payments of the loan. For Florida that Robert Shurliff was
veterans the
home installation to the
near a military prior announcement.At .
entitled to. When the Mas-
Unless a veteran obtains address is VA Loan
a : Guaranty which has been orderedto the time of the an- sachusetts legislature investigated
Release of Liability when selling Office, P. 0. Box 505,. :Jacksonville be closed, partially closed, or nouncement, transfer, or job and learned the-
his G. I. home which involves an Fla., 32201. reduced in of termination
scope operations, you must have been truth, they were astonished -
you may be entitled to financial the owner-occupant of the but grateful; and Deb-
assistance from the governmentif dwelling or have left it after orah Gannett was awardeda
you have sold or plan to sell being ordered to on-base housing very generous pensionfor

\ Traffic ViolationsJax I 'your The home.Homeowners Assistance announcement.during the six months before the service to her country.

Program provides financial help

-The following is a reportof .Going through stop sign 9 to eligible service members and
motor vehicle accidents and Other Violations 23 federal employee homeownerswho .
traffic violations for the period of Twenty-nine drivers appeared were serving or were employed -
May 29-June 4.Number. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon at the installation when
June 8. Disposition of the the closure or reduction was ';' ITHE MOCCASIN SHOPS
of Accidnets cases included the following: announced; or were transferredfrom 1t ,
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the installation or had their y w* BL
This period 5 Fifteen lost driving and
.This period a year ago 0 parking privileges aboard the employment ended as a result of
'Total accidents this year 178 ,station for various periods; Five a reduction-in-force within six g CUSTOM In Leather BOOTS or Sued
Total accidents through this were assigned to complete an months prior to the an- MOCCASINS, VESTS
period last year 135 eight-hour course in remedial nouncements;_ or were trans- fJ' a''i l i and many other leather goods
Total number of days since last driving; None received a ferred from the installation on : :\ 5963 BLANDING BLVD Ph. 772-8020
injury in a motor vehicle ac- suspension; Seven were given an overseas tour, unaccompanied 1= \

cident 11 warnings; Five were dismissed;;
Number of days since an injury Seven were fined (U. S.
I last.year at this time 17 ,Magistrate); and Six were
I. Number of Violations referred to commanding officersfor
I \ This period 42 possible disciplinary action..
Speeding 7 Twenty-one drivers were
Reckless driving 3 assessed 66 traffic points.

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FOR SERVICEMEN 6.00 double occupancy
Just ask and you can remodel your kitchen, choose new appliances, change the
Entertainment nitely, Quarterdeck' Lounge A Dine at Blser's Seafood lighting, put down a new modern floor. Just ask us .., for a low-cost Home
Swimming Restaurant,Pool 250, Beautiful Free Undercover Rooms with Parking.TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic Improvement Loan. We like to say yes, and our loan service (is fast, friendly, :, :'
confidential. Ask soon! .
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'Lib' Not K ,. Corrosion Expert



New Here Offers Advice Here


Jx Bate a vee&aa ia a
and the materials and
and procedures
aIrcraft
mmverid' feat awtr bettered Jar-Maifltaining
Garasiae. Sorer wfeo retires eqapmeat In good operattogcoSSon available to commands for the
Jsse 3 alter 39 years ef ovlMrs. : at all times is a big job prevention and control of
serlic iach caDs for an effective corrosion.He: .
Sorer, better kaava as'Sxk" corrosion prevention and control also offers technical advice
reported far dtfy at on specific complex problems
the: Assembly and Repair Clifton :Janney a corrosion with the airframe, power plant,
Departaest here May 4. ThC control engineer at NAESU Det. avionic and electronic areas of
f4 vest to wk as as aircraft Fiv q Jacksomrille, is an expert on the the aircraft in relation to
oee&aeae learaer B tbe PowerPSa subject and provides instructionand corrosion control. He analyzes
=t Dhiskc.Herdeternraffim. technical assistance for the contributing factors behind
aid ggtia recse operating activities at NAS deterioration and recommends
revxrccu wig prnD r ticcs J Jacksonville, Mayport and Key specific materials and methodsfor
solving the
to helper aircraft ere .a ie West jiroblem.
general ia Ocfieber+ IK2 and: to i Mr. Janney teaches the theoryof Mr. Janney makes daily visits
aircraft cea: a sic c&otcr ia corrosion (metallurgical to various squadron work centers
NorecbertKX.Frca CLIFTON JAN N EY. cormaa cmiitien: oeer. kctcrrs tr+eet era aspects), the cost and to observe their methods for
: October M56 to Apr3 ISSi cI the Air Operaheas MaiettaWKt DeparL est (AOMO Corrosion catastrophic effects of corrosion corrosion prevention and makes
six vas perodJcaSy ass/ red asa CaaetreI Tea ea. recommendations for more
te=pcrxry kzacr: p a=aer aad improved techniques to enhancethe
estimator ia the Material Jax 86 Honors SponsorsPROMOTED longevity of an aircraft's
DnisxQ; cI the Orerhas! aad structure or the reliability of its

Repair DepartaeoL la May of components.Mr. .
2SEi sbe 1I'U c r. d fees Jar-Mrs rf XWCA, Jar Cart Caries Levis, coxar The coffee begins at 7:30 p.m. Janney also serves as
::;iegicr pafat-zab gal;:. Ds,.w3L boor aesr ei::: spcescrs: -. T g cfTV f of the Naval U interested, please contact liaison between the operating
bAril1lSl.she was pru x ted Crt ad K'S Jn : at a Bnsp tai, sal be the pest Marie Slocumb at 2&4-MS7 or activities and higher command on
to atsistasl plate azd specsal fareveH loxiieoe, Jax speaker for the nac:: iysg social Roth Ware at 771-8717 after 5 p.m. material or procedure
estimator, and: became 1J, at Cctrptoa BaL:! e+-S meec al 1:30: prn. All Marine wives (retired, inadequacies in materials or
reroe"se" for pla:=: cc3g:: : EiaCerialf Tbe pots trrr rffr. s' ca Jaae ::I. at Ca= Lee HalL ADesfigrf active duty or reserve) in the procedures in order to provide
rte e.ts f"nj| yip jtjygde begat 11J9 ara. v21 be vires Carry. UarbeCorps Jacksonville: area are invited to better materials and methods to
;i ITBCCk. 13 f\it tifgUU ll. Mrs. Stover csctaaed to b cade Fag; Day w ekoe: : : eye. in evaluating a new
beep pace w :a fig tectrvfingirri a de: briber far pie s at fiaeXaral : Tie CFO Hires were a real bit Members attended the dub's polyurethane.touchup kit for
c.zps. : acc"T? e jet Bxpcul here 2a-.11- wiale lois: a4 Precas: e Scbool monthly meeting at the home of aircraft.. He is presently
age, aad ia Jrfy 193. bear* 1C.aTcl t5e g s baked c.>p bc fee tie Dual Handicapped Jean Davis last week Margie evaluating an abrasive
parses yv::: < ero-A"jy Cs--tzs% for the Red Cross Tcfcrfeers todaSibcte Cfktta.ICrs.: : Zimmerman, the newest resistance coating on the leading
engine aserha.ic). It i.1 to tt>e pafirfs. .. Besr Taiior and Itrj.rVffrf member, and Peggy Bogan, a edge of the vertical and
respccsfhilrj for the r-.tfrri !t Dam; the dab's zsedilybctiirtt : IHISs rctn rfd their guest, were introduced.The horizontal stabilizer of the P-3
p1aiic:: :: : b Jk 1'n-c -n-::'" J- seetiri; last veek: tsae to serre refreshaesCs to 128cf next meeting is scheduled aircraft for ComFair Ju.
S2-PJ: jet eaeaes free Air FtrcebocacVdof KimrV Jedkrs vas ejectedparEasestariaa. Sbe CrV:rs last Tisrsdayafteraoca for 11:30 aja.July 3, at Hancock If you need help from Mr.
rJcsVi: and TF-38 leaniaf her at fibe sc nod.Accrdrg &n. Janney or any of the other
trt: -bI: eepaes: for AIAATBPARasrcni. sick bar cb "asap to to lira. Taylor, qualified NAESU engineers, just
1n'te.: pI.liftJ car-.a'. &e fiextneetsg
; If a CHAMPUS beneficiary is call Ext. 2240 or B%.
XABF will c.iss far CPO Wires sill be at
Saer. bat those s'st s crt eelsib &d&Berry vho zs an haooraryS3e fig CPO Cry J=2y I. taedkiHj sod administratively
=ber of Jax. K.mil be bostess eligible for benefit under both
her r3 Berercf be5e+eerated for the lmac Jzie the Program for the Handicapped -
sevenare- a prarkacs ", TEE UARRE WIVES at'Biizrs aDd the Basic Program I Job Openings \
2S, at her bow::
thetfTs. area lEariae wires to join the decision as to which programis
the: al Ac WAPE Cecsssatj most advantageous will depend -
? DECORATED? Q=;b Avxrds Cnffee, Jre D, at on the relative cost considerations Jax The following positions

'<:Ia tbe A.bn:: Eestatnzt_ ___ involved. have been advertised under the

DISPLAY IT PROUDLY WITH OUK_ Jax Merit Promotion Program
VISIT since our last issue:
n CUSTOM FRAMING Quality Assurance Specialist,
1 WAYNESHRUM 4 GS-9 (59-72) dosing Date: 6-26-

.ALSO OVER ISO SIGNED ORIGINAL OIL PA1KTINGS 72.
a"fees cmKan duty station
AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD J Supervisory Production
BLANDING AGENCY Inc.REALTORS Controller(A-C),GS-12 or 13, (60-
.
Schertle Art Gallery 72), dosing Date: 62272.
Supervisory Electronics

Ul HIGHWAY H ORANGE PARK Let tiTn assist roe in Technician GS-11 (62-72),
BUYING SELLING REAL ESTATE Closing Date: 6-21-72.
Personnel GS-14 ((63-
Officer
512 BZa-d ng Boulevard
Priem-9s13: 72), dosing Date: 743-72.
WESTSIDE IHOvSE Employees are urged to look
for the Merit Promotion An
p* CUAUTY SERVICE

JACKSONVILLE 5 *INESt CASSAt, a very special living environmentwoodlake bulletin nouncements boards on in the their official work

areas at least once a week.
TOYOTA SALES & SERVICE They are also+ encouraged to

1972 COROLLA SEDAN contact the Employment Office,
Ext 3U8 or the Rating Branch,
M i Luxury 1.2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments Ext. 2320,. Civilian Persoonnel
3 Bedroom Townhouses Department to inquire about
positions in which they are in-
U ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPING
CARPETING DRAPERIES terested.
DISHWASHER DISPOSAL
PRIVATE PATIO OR BALCONY
POOLS, TENNIS COURTS. CLUBHOUSE
EVANGEL


ASSEMBLY OF GODS114RAMONABLVD.
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f FINANCING AVAILABLE! ...L ,,

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TOYOTA land cn.5er'.Ieep......ee 0r IcrU.7e' a.il.lllss CONVENIENTLY LOCATED

J" 71 IIIi.MAZDA f****415i1d..R+t AC. uses sues San Jose Blvd at Sunbeam;Rd.
H DATSUW.P'icta 0. .R L.N IMIS MODEL OPEN
: 1AM4PM.MON PASTOR CECIL WIGGINS
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SPECIAL DISCOUNTTo
Miles South of NAS-HIGHWAY 17-Orange Park .Draft. 35c Servicemen& Civil
Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors v = Service employeesSales
TOP HAT : .iv IN1'tl Service Repairs
I Open 0800.1800 Monday thru Friday E \. '
I MINOR REPAIRS AVAILABLE 1045 BLANDING' :BOULEVARD PHONE W-M53'i: 1438 CASSAT AVE. PHONE 384-3407

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t itIL DPD, Supply Employees Cited

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_____ four drink dispensing FOUR EMPLOYEES at Data
( Jax Back Seymour, Nary baring Navy plane Processing Department received
flown by
Exchange vending manager,has machines Jacksonville Airport aboardthe Quality Step Increases from Cdr.
been cited for exemplary per. from aircraft carrier USS C. E. Harlow, Data Processing
came in a letter from RAdm.
had left Officer.
after the ship
,
J. G. Schoggen comma rating Saratoga 11. They are Barbara King, GS-5
officer of the Navy Resale Mayport April
supervisory management
werece1Wny
actions
Seymour's
System Office in New York. Sammie Jo Harrison
well beyond the call of technician; ,
SARATOGA APPRECIATES HIS HELP Cdr. Donald Soriagtr Mr.Seymour received a Letter JohnKincaid. his duties," wrote RAdm., GS-8 computer technician;Garry
from Capt.
presents a Letter of Appreciation from the Commanding Officer of of Appreciation officer Scboggenand I know that the Seaton, Gs-4 computer operator;
NRSO to Buck Seymour vending manager at the Navy Exchange HAS commanding RAdm. crew of the USS Saratoga appreciated and Richard Hoffman, GS-11
thanking him for having drink machines Hove to the USS Saratoga expressing his efforts. computer programmer.
thanks for
after it left Mayport. Scboa .s personal Their salary increases were


I Jax Civilian Cafeteria Menu effective AT SUPPLY cited May by 28.five Capt.employeeswere Richard


OToughlin Supply Officer.
Meadajr.JuelS Salad. Chef Salad Bowl Fruit Potatoes Turkey Cutlets with New Potatoes Chicken Ala King Barbara Parham of the Purchase
Chicken Noodle Soap, Boiled Cup Fruit JeQo Plain JeDo, Milk Gravy,Chfli Con Came with Over Toast Pork Cutlets with Division received her
Corn Beef with Cabbage Chicken Fruit Cottage O eese, Plain Rice 7 ox.Chopped Sirloin,Fish. Sweet and Sour Sauce, 7 oz. diploma for completing an Army
Ala Morrison Spaghetti with Cottage Cheese cam. French Fried Potatoes Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Extension course in Defense
Meat Balls 7 ox.bopped Sirloin. Waldorf Salad. Mashed Potatoes, Rice and French Fried Potatoes, Procurement Management with
Fish. Buttered Coconut Pie Devil Gravy String Beans, Green Mashed Potatoes, Rice and an overall rating of Excellent.
French Fries Mashed Food Cake.Apple Pie,Fruit Pie, I.bza Beans. .Beets.Combination Gravy, Pinto Beans, Squash, The course was sponsored by
Potatoes,Rice and Gravy Great Assorted Pudding.TMsday.JoeZt. String Beans.Combination. the Army Logistics ManagementCenter.
Northern Beans, Mustard Salad Tossed Salad, Tossed .
Greens, Peas.Combination. Tomato Soup, Roast Beef Salad Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit James E. Burden and Otis
Salad, Tossed Round on Block with. New Fruit JeDo. Plain JeDo,
Cup Cup, Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, Thomas of the Material Division
Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain each received a $TS Beneficial
I I Cottage Cheese Potato Salad, Cottage Cheese! Cucumber and Suggestion Award for devising an
Carrot and Raisin. Tomato Tuna Salad. improved method of preparationfor
Almond Cream Pie, Layer shipment of radial aircraft
German Chocolate Pie
Pie, Fruit Pie, to avoid damage in
Strawberry Short Cake Apple Cake, Apple engines
Fnmt inn Pie, Assorted Pudding., Assorted Pudding. transit.
Under the old method, the
Wednesday Jane 21 FrW.ay.JuaeZ3 engines were mounted on a stand
.. Vegetable Soup, liver with Crab Gumbo, Trout Almon- and secured on one end only,with
with Rice Meat Loaf with Creole Creole Sauce, Braised Pork new method devised by Burden
Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Chops with Apples,7 oz. Chopped and Tbomas provides a braced
Fish. Sirloin,Swiss Steaks with Onions and secured upright chock to fit
French Fried Potatoes, and Gravy, Fish. under and around the prop shaftto
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and French Fried Potatoes, prevent the engine from
a A Gravy Clan Baked Egg Plant, Mashed Potatoes, Rice and moving up and down and possibly
Blackeyes. Gravy,Stewed Tomatoes,Turnip breaking its mounts and causing
Combination Salad, Tossed Greens, Baked Macaroni and damage during shipment.This .
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Cheese. method of preparing the
Cop, Fruit JeDo Plain JeDo, Combination Salad, Tossed engine for shipment has been
Fruit Cottage Cheese Plain Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit proved vastly superior to the old
Cottage Cheese, Beet and Onion, Cup, Fruit Jello, Plain Job, method and has been adopted for
x Health Salad.Blueberry Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain continuing use.
Pie, Apple Pie Egg Cottage these Deluxe ColeSlaw Gloria Harris and James
Custard Assorted Pudding, Bean Salad. Wiggins each received a letter of
Banana Cake. Lemon Meringue Pie, Appreciation on behalf of the
Ttarsday.JBBe22 Pineapple Upside wn Cake, commanding officer of the Naval
Pea Beef Back Ribs with Apple Pie Assorted
Soup,. Pudding. Air Rework Facility for their
assistance in the transition of two
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Field from A7Es to A7Cs.
According to the letters from
I SPECIAL Capt. Andrew Yates, the com-
pletion date set for this projectwas
a .p such that the job could not
WWW have been done without the ex-
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Supply Department. Miss Harris
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thanks from NARF for
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Standards Of Fairness iirr-:: I Answers the askedquestlon3 most to frequently



Reduce Credit RisksThe c =Dp1I K


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DoD Standards of Fairness matters and may not understandthe : ; ]
protect you, as a service seriousness of nonpaymentof WHY HAS SWEDEN VIRTU-
member, in several important debts. Its directive, therefore, ALLY ABOLISIIED THE
credit considerations. Finance has some requirements builtinto MEDICAL USE OFAMPHETAMINES
charges may not be more than protect merchants and lenders ?
those permitted by the law of from holding the bag when a
the state where the contract is military member either pur- Sweden has a major problem
unintentionally be- with the amphetamine-like sub
signed. Any warranty providedby posely or
your installment contract comes lax in his credit dealings. stance, phenmetrazine (Prelu-
must he honored by future DoD recognizes, too, that the din). It was introduced as a
holders of the contract, as wellas majority of businesses do deal : "safe" weight reducing pill, but
by its originator. fairly with military personnel in for the past 10 years its illicituse
Except for the down payment, credit transactions. But for has been increasing. It is
your payments must be in equal those few who may not, its di- estimated that about 10,000
amounts and due at equal time rective has some specific re- people (Sweden has a population
intervals. No penalty can be quirements merchants and lend- of 8 million) use large
charged if you pay the con- ers must meet before a man's AWCM Gustwlck shows his wife Vivien amounts of this drug, most of it
of unit become involved in .FAW-11 OPEN HOUSE by intravenous injection.At .
tract off early. The amount can a the FAW-ll
"late charges" is limited. If case of indebtedness.Did and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Eager some of present only those few
during.FAW-11
you buy insurance connected you know that the DoD Tactical Support Center's computerized equipment cases which are approved by a
with an installment contract or indebtedness directive authorizesa Open House for dependents and official military guests. special commission can be leg
a cash loan, a copy of the Service to administratively re- ally treated with amphetamines.
policy must be furnished to view the facts surrounding a Despite this cutoff of legitimate

you.You transaction that results in a Names In The NewsJax supplies, the problem continues.
may move an item usedas nonpayment claim by a mer- Illegal laboratories still providethe
security to another state or chant or lender? Under this dIrective material, and much is
to a foreign country if your the Service, In the command for 13 months. brought in from other countries
move is required by military course of the review, advisesits CPL. ROLAND G. where it is readily available.
orders and you notify the member of actions that he JORDON of MARTD reported to SGT. GILMAN P. BREWER, SEDATIVES
ARE PHYSIC-
creditor in advance. Certain should take to comply with his CO's office direct from the who works in the Food Service
ALLY ADDICTING?
conditions protecting you must DoD'a policy calling for pay- Detachment flightline and found Department, reported before the
be met if an item you have ment of just financial obligations himself getting promoted to his commanding officer and Yes. Tolerance to the effectsof
bought on credit is repossessedand and informs the claimant present rank by LtCol. C. F. received his warrant and ad- barbiturates develops and
resold. that the individual has been so Bergstrom. ditional stripe. withdrawal effects occur when
the drug is stopped. A
You could be charged claim- advised. Three SGT.SAMEUL BRYANT,headof strong
MATSG corporals desire to continue taking the
ant attorney fees only if suit Did you know, also, that a Project Transition at MATSG,
pinned on'another chevron last drug is present after a few
for nonpayment were actually claim of indebtedness placed
was the third to be advanced. He
week weeks Ad-
and in
became large amounts.
on
sergeants
brought against you, and the against a Service member will
has been in the Marine Corps two
the Marine diction to 50 or more sleeping
amount of these fees is limited. not be processed unless the Corps.
Unless you are buying some claimant has met all requirements The first to be advanced was years with over a year and a half pills a day has been reported.
""special order" item, you can of the Truth in LendingAct Sgt. .RANDOLFA.ZALUSoftheNATTC of that time at MATSG. ARE BARBITURATES THE
cancel your contract of sale at and has submitted the Cer- Art Shop. He has been Lathe The three new sergeants were ONLY GROUP OF SEDA-
any time up to actual deliveryof tificate of Compliance called for Marine Corps for two and a advanced by LtCol. David A. TIVES WITH DANGER OF f k
the item, and no fee can by the DoD directive? half years and in the MATSG Teichmann, MATSG CO. ADDICTION? :
be charged for your cancella- The Certificate of Compliance No. Other addicting sedatives

tion. goes along with what is '1MARTD Sesquicentennial include glutethimide (Doriden),
Copies of the DoD Standardsof called the DoD Standards of Helps chloral hydrate and many
Fairness, exactly as theyare Fairness and states that the others. Everything that is said
worded in the directive, are merchant or lender complies Jax MARTD will be doing its share in the city's about the barbiturates can be
available at most legal assist- with the Truth in Lending Act, sesquicentennial celebration this month. applied to the non-barbiturate
ance offices. the credit laws of his state, sedatives.
Fairness in credit dealings is and the DoD Standards of Through preliminary inspections, the Detachment'sMarines
a two-way street. That is prob- Fairness. The lender or seller : put final touches to brass, leather and their LantFlt
ably one of the main reasons the should complete the certificateand Dress Blue uniforms in preparation for today's
Department of Defense directiveon provide you a copy before Jacksonville Sesquicentennial Parade.
personal indebtedness reads you sign any credit agreement.One .
the way it does. The Detachment will form a marching unit behind its MCPO
important thing to re-
I Known officially as DoD Di- member is that you will be Color Guard for the downtown parade.
rective 1344.9, "Indebtedness of without the protection of the .
. Military Personnel," it is de- DoD Standards of Fairness if Chosen
signed to protect not only military you do not get a Certificate of _:-
members but also those Compliance from the seller 01 .--":" -' ;- Jax MMCM Gerald P. Gray
merchants and lenders who ex- lender extending you credit. you .:__ has been selected to relieve
tend credit to Service membersand Any time a seller or lender is I- .
their families. hesitant .to provide this certificate lose it, : !3, MCPOC A. T. Johnson as Master

DoD recognizes that some and before you sign any it isn't lost. E- = .;_-. : ...,. Chief Petty Officer of the Atlantic
members of the Armed Forces piece of paper obligating you, ". watts ..j i 0 0o00oo 000 r- Fleet.
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I I Voting Information s Officer

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RHODE ISLAND you won't be there to take part I SelectionsJax
U little old Rhode Islatts : in the elections,
you vote
can
-Fiscal Year W#Selection
your fcgal residence! and goat absentee In the primary If,you
; want to vote in the primary remember these datei: Boards to recommend 'I election, here arc Updates: to August 1: should active duty (except t4RS) for
; ., ? remember: a Federal Post Card you Application have. promotion to the fade QI
August 1: if you fcaven't (FPCA) on the way to the Secretary Lieutenant will be OnOd, .a
cent in a Federal Post Card Ap- of State, Olympia, Wa1 follows; .,
,, plication (FPCA) by this date, injrton, by this date. *- Line Slection on July ra, 1972.
you have a few more days left. t September 19: this Is the! Promotion zone and eligibility
DO IT NOW. date of the primary election. terminates with D. D. Patton
September 12: this is the Members of the Armed Poms ttS: : i : :' : ; y lineal number 95784-80.
date of the primary election. and their spouses and dependents Women Line Selection on July
Members of the Armed may register for each elec. 6, 1m. Eligible officen include
Forces, and their spouses and tion they wish to take part in those with a Ltjg( )date of rank of
dependents residing: outside the by signing the affidavit on the Dec. 31, 1970 and earlier
State, do not have to register to pre-addressed ballot return en- promotion zone and eligibility
vote. An FPCA may be used' to velope. Use an FPCA to request terminates with B. J. Bradley
request an absentee ballot and your absentee ballot. Washing. lineal number 95777-90.
should be sent-with political ton is one of the few States Staff Corps Selection on August
party preference included-to where you DO NOT show
your 8 1m. Officers whose running
,
political ADVANCED PT2 Terry Tucker of Fleet Air Intelligence Is
the Board of
Canvassers and party preference on the
Registration, place of residence, FPCA. congratulated on being advanced to his present rank by Cdr. Terry L. mates are eligible will also be
in time to be received BEFORE Your Zackowskl, CO Flag Administrative Unit,Com Fair Jax.PT2 Tucker Is eligible for consideration by the
vote counts in the Stateof
THE 21ST DAY before the elec Washington-but only if you also a member of the NAS Fliers softball team. Board.appropriate Staff Corps Selection

meet the deadline.
tion.Your vote counts in Rhode Is

MISSOURIIf Marines To Offer Bonus
Army
land-but only if you meet the
deadline. you're a legal resident of .
Questions? See your unit voting Missouri and want to take partin
counselor. the State's primary election, For Combat Arms EnlistmentsJax
WASHINGTONIf here's the date to remember:
Washington State is where August 8, 1972: This is the
The and Marine will test of bonus of $1,500 for a
a
you have legal" residence and date of the primary, but a few Army Corps payment
wepks before this date you must four-year enlistment in one of the designated ground combat arms military
take action to obtain an absentee occupational specialities (MOS) as another manpower stabilization step toward

ADCOP ballot. President Nixon's goal of zero draft calls by July 1, 1973.
Members of the Armed Forces
and their spouses and depend The combat arms enlistment arms enlistment bonus will costan The bonus is intended
RequestsJax ents residing with or accompany bonus will be offered during a 90- estimated $16 million, basedon primarily for initial enlistees.
ing them are not required to day test period extending from the Army's accepting up to However, some prior service
Career petty of- register to vote in Missouri by June 1 through August 31, 1972. 7,500 enlistees and the Marine enlistees may qualify if they have
ficers, USN and USNR absentee process. You may usea The designated ground combat Corps 3,300 enlistees in the not previously received or are not
including TAR, interestedin Federal Post Card ApplicationFPCA arms MOS are infantry, armor,' designated military occupational currently entitled to a reenlist-
pursuing a full-time ( ) to request an absentee and field artillery for the Army, specialities.The ment bonus.
course of instruction ballot at any time before the and infantry, field artillery, and After the 90-day test period for
leading to an associate primary election. Be sure to Indicate tank and amphibian tractor in the enlistment bonus will be the ground combat arms,
degree must submit your political party pref- Marine Corps.It payable after completion of enlistment bonus, a review of its
request to BUPERS bet erence on the FPCA. is expected that the combat training and aw.ard of a effectiveness will be made by
ween July 1 and November designated combat arms MOS. manpower officials.
30, 1972.
Highly motivated petty "Straight fatts"from the .
officers will be screenedfor Dope Com FafrJax Drug Awareness Team"

college selection on a full to enter time junior basis ( J1i Jk.

under the NAVY's 4.

Associate Degree Com .--
pletion Program (AD..
COP). The ADCOP OnDope THURSDAYTHRUSUNDAJUNE /
Selection Board will meetin 15.18
February 1973 to con

sider petty officers ,
meeting the following
general requirements:
(1) Be a P02 above, The leading cause of death for heroin addicts is over-
((2) Have completed at dose.
least one enlistment,
(3) Have completed at
least five years continous 4I
active duty immediatelyprior

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((4) Have a high school money ?

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certificate or diploma.For .
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check BUPERSNOTE 1510

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your career counselor or your performance.You f:

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'. The most innocent looking, Another berry, which is most highly motivated members who
even the most beautiful plant toxic in its unripe state, is the r;.,. have served In the fleet can, in
\ in the garden, yard and forest Lantana Camara or Red Sage general, compete favorably in
may be a potential killer. Many which grows extensively advanced training and
... people each year poison them throughout the south. conversion rating
selves with growing plants accidentally programs.
thoughtlessly. Children Of equal attraction to children .,. I Effective Immediately, STAR,
are the most frequent victims are the various parts of :'If SCORE and lateral conversion
but adults are too often fruit trees. The twigs of the requests where a waiver of BTB-
victims also. Here are some cherry, both wild and domestic, composite scores is required,
facts that may help prevent serious release cyanide when chewed. may be granted for qualified and
illness often death, from. The leaves of the peach tree highly -motivated members
poisonous plants: contain hydrocloric acid, one of guests on Channel 4's desiring to receive advanced
the five most dangerous poisons LOCAL SPECIAL Appearing as special
aviation last training under the STAR
In honor of the 60th anniversary of Marine
Of greatest danger to children known. "Kufana"
Center) CO, MARTD, and Capt.W. Program, or who desire rating
are the small attractive month, LtCol. C. F. Bergstrom, Jr., (
find in their Officer for VMA-14J, Marine Air conversion under either SCOREor
berries they yardsor A. Frazier (Right), Recruiting
in fields near their homes. Other trees with poisonous Reserve,assist Mr. Granville Reed In narrating film showing MARTD by lateral conversion, who
The berries often look like fruita parts are Oaks E'.deberry' and and VMA-142 activities at NAS Jax. would not otherwise be qualified ,
mouthwatering delight. Black Locust. Children should by excessive test score waivers. '
DANGER-their juices be never be allowed to chew acorns where waiver
may Of Eagles'Jax Requests a of
emit that grad 'Gathering
deadly. -they ually affects a the poison kidneys. BTB-compositescores is required

Castor Bean seeds, sold in Seattle, the farthest city from Jacksonville in shall contain complete commanding .
Daphene Mezereum plantsare any garden store for about 250 the 48 contiguous states will have a contingent; at the officer's documentation
,
found in many yards. They per package, contain the powerful of performance leading to
produce a small red or yellow blood poison rioin, that could Sesquicentennial.They recommendation.Such .
berry that contains a corrosive kill a child. The beans are a will bring along with Highlight of the Silver Eagles documentation: should
poison that produces severe mottled black and brown and them men from as far away as convention will be a banquet ideally include, but not be limitedto
burns in the mouth and digestive resemble a beetle. San Francisco, Los Angeles and Saturday night at the Robert the member's experience in '
enough tract. Only to kill a a few child.berriesare The leaves and stems of our San Diego in a "gathering of Meyer. Admiral David L. McDonald the requested field including on- '
lovely Oleander bush contain a eagles"--the Silver Eagles retired Chief of Naval the-Job training, correspondencecourses
Nightshade is another berry deadly heart stimulant, that ,if national convention to be held Operations and former naval and any l*laud civilian
that is poisonous. This
vinelike I i very plant which grows eaten from eating can kill steaks People speared have died by June 15-17 at the Robert Myer aviator, will be the guest training, if applicable.
Hotel. If it is determined that these .
along the ground or upright to an oleander stick and preparedover speaker.The '
the height of about 2 feet is an open fire. Silver Eagles are active or event will also be attendedby additionally cited factors are
found throughout the country.Its Our world famous Azaleasare retired Navy pilots who received Rear Admiral Lawrence R. Insufficient tc justify the waiver '
berry, which is most toxic toxic in the extreme. Even their training as enlisted men. Geis, Commander of Fleet Air, requested, recommendations will ,:
when unripe, becomes the most the beautiful blossom is deadly. Some 400 of these Silver Eaglesare Jacksonville, and the com be made relative to other actions ;
harmless part of the plant when expected for the convention, manding officers of the three which may be taken to qualify the
ripe. -Sadie Ferrington according to Cdr. P. R. (Bob) naval air stations in the area. candidate at a later date.
Rucker of the host Jacksonville Another high point of the It is anticipated that in this
Without AdvertisingYou wing, who is in charge of convention will be a Friday night manner every individual shall I
arrangements.They dinner given for the Silver Eaglesby have the opportunity to receive
Wouldn't Know. will be flown in on Naval the Officer's Club at the Naval formal schooling in the career

Air Reserve Training Command Operating Base, Mayport. field of his choice. 1,
flights sponsored by the Navy Special guests will be Lt. Randy This choice is not applicable to i

NEW' TO THE BASE? Recruiting Command under Rear Cunningham and Lt (jg) William the HM and DT ratings.For I
Admiral Emmett H. Tidd. Driscoll, the only air aces from additional information,
Three flights are scheduled: the war in Vietnam. consult BUPERSNOTE 1133.
your fl&Ill@JJlIlI1l@fJJ@Ji/l1lll1J I Seattle to Los Angeles to San -- -
Diego to Jacksonville;
can provide additional funds Washington, D. C., to Norfolk,
HOMES FOR UVING
Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your Va., to Jacksonville; and Dallasto

money needs are handled the way you want them. Pensacola to Jacksonville.The ,.'_,,MAGAZINE,.."a p".......I- ."..b.1..VR..
Call or come in-we'll do the rest.DOMESTIC Seattle flight will cover 3,825 MOVING OUT OF TOWN

miles. All are expected to arrive w.M.....tt.......,,_, ........_.._,...,400 c_.._...
FINANCE sometime today, said W. A. (Si) iIt rho N"m.d S".....
Simpson, president of the w.w"h..N..I.h.l,.Muh..........u..,.......c....,_ft,M....,,,_............N...._
CORPORATION SINCE HIT
Jacksonville wing.
LOANS TO so WATSON CORP. OF JAX
Realtors
8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK
440 BLANDING BLVD.
PHONE 772.9100ENGINE



Veterans :



NO SATURDAY CLASSES. TUNE-UP
t;..

6 CYL.AUTOS,ADD$4 FOR CYL. CARS
Earn $243 per monthattending ....OTHER PARTS EXTRA IF NEEDED

INCLUDES NEW: Spark plugs, condenser A points

Only Evening ClassesNow WE WILLSet dwtll, choki..Timt engine..Balance, con.
denier..Teit starting, charging systems cyl. compression -
accelerationHigh
at last, it is possible to attend only evening classes..right here in Jackson- (': performance engine not ,Included)
ville..and be qualified as a full-time student. Attend classes in Business Ad-
ministration at Massey Business College and ...
BRAKE OVERHAUL

Make Self Improvement WE WILL: Install new brake linings en all 4 wheels-Xlean, In'
spec, repack front wheel bearings..add fluid-In
spect master cyl., hydraulic brake bse*....Adust| all
l Your Part-Time Job 4 brakes

EXTRA PARTS, IF NEEDED,
$243 monthly benefits based on man with wife and two children and attending on full- INCLUDING LABOR COST
time program. Summer classes now forming. YOUR C O1Ce New wheel cyls. S7.SOea.
New Front gr.lles.all SUS pr.

For information call 356-8402 29 88 :s New Drums return turned springs S2.S0.SO ea.::.

ON MOST AMERICAN CARS

(Massey is located on 7th Street, \ .. .....,. (Disc brakes'and foreign cars txtra)
a block and a half off Main Street.) .;.:?::;::;::.::::::;.::.;:.::::.+:.:::.:: : ':'::::::::;::"w.::'titii[j'r{;=* :.m-;;{\\v v.tv\ti\. :. \ .r..O.rw...kyKry.","1.i

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I Employment

More Billets OrderedFor

OpportunitiesJax


Career Counseling -Secretary of the Interior
Morton has announced that his
y I Jax-Additional Career Counseling billets will be established at all department has job openings
;I sea commands with 200 or more enlisted members, according to Z- available for veterans who are
Gram 113.Pointing. engineers, geologists, or trainedin
out that "An active enlisted Career Counseling and a number of other fields
f Retention Program at sea and shore command is viewed as a vital dealing with outdoor work.
I element in our total internal communication effort", the CNO said the
I additional billets will allow Career Counselors to operate while """ '" Secretary Morton said the
F
"unencumbered by additional duties." Department of the Interior is
Admiral Zumwalt stated that individualized Career Counseling K "...probably the most exciting
services have proven to be "one of the most effective methods of ensuring government agency today, in
that personnel understand the opportunities and advantages of terms of people's relationship to
continued career service and of helping them arrive at an intelligent Iltllllll ?w ?. the environment.
decision concerning their future".
The CNO stressed that the establishment of these new billets should There are opportunities to
in no way diminish the role of the Division Officer and Leading Petty learn skills In the National Park
Officer. Service, in the Bureau of Mines,
"Career Counselors should work through and with Divisional .in geological survey and in the
Leaders in handling of individual cases and to conduct training of Bureau of Reclamation, to
Division Officers and Leading Petty Officers in the career opportunities mention a few. .I "
available", he concluded. NATTC ADVANCEMENT Robert Story, an AE School 'Instructor As to the role of the returning
is congratulated by Cdr. Roy H. Paxon, Jr., NATTC XO, military veteran in the society of
after being advanced to his present rank. the future, the Secretary
.\.9 predicted, "...we feel that they
will be link between
a great our
DesRon Volunteers NeededJax Department and the future
1EH14.4l'I because they are going to be
aware of these environmental
Many volunteers in all order to ensure its success it is difficulties and problems that we
destroyer-type ratings and skills imperative that each com- have had'in the past."
are needed to meet the goal of an manding officer get behind this
V all-volunteer destroyer squadronto program and become personally Secretary Morton made the
be homeported in Athens, involved in the effort to solicit remarks in a recent "Directions
Greece.A volunteers in his command. 72" panel discussion aired over
6 COMCRUDESLANT American Forces Television.

representative is visiting various .. ....... .., ., .. .
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their area. if
The Overseas Homeporting .
: Program is designed primarily to ::: JAX :: '
improve Navy life for our 'men ri Yj
and their dependents, accordingto
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I S.E. Georgia Offers. A History-Filled Vacation

.
tit the SatiJI{ River. Continue on to .
( 280-mile adventure will take you land colonial home built| on the site of the forest areas of Georgia are the hystonof
38,- JESUP.: This bustling farm and
down Georgia's wild coastal, plain where c old> Pierce Bqtler! Plantation, where famed the state's economy today. These 215m. "
the live oaks are festooned with ghostly actress Fanny Kemb'le lived in 1838. From 000 lead to OKEFINOKIE SWAMP timber town is the county seat of Wayne
moss. on through the piney woods and the highway you can see the ivy-covered PARK, were you may take a boat trip into County. Continue north and northeast to
into the mysterious swampland of Okefe- .remains of an old rice,mill. Go south on the depths of a wilderness area famed as the junction of U.S.17 at MIDWMr and head
nokee. You may start from any point, but U.S. 17. f, an animal and bird sanctuary. north on U.S. 17. Turn right on Routes
if you ,;Retra e your way to U.S. 1 and turn 67 and Spur 67 and go 9 miles for an
80m. BRUNSWICK, the"seat of Glynn let t-to WAYCROSS and the junction of U.S. interesting side trip. to historic fORr
START from Savannah,take U.S. 17 south County, was beloved and Immortalized by 82. Drive northeast on U.S. 82, crossing MCALLISTER. .
across the tidal creeks and dense cypress Georgia's poet laureate, Sidney Lanier. IVSavannah
swamps of Georgia's coastal plain. After His famous poem, "Marshes of Glynn! ," -:
13 miles stop off at the IARBOUR LATHROP was written under the great oak which
PLANT INTRODUCTION STATION. This planta stands as a shrine near the junction of BARBOUR LATHROP
tion is considered one of the finest dem the IRUNSWICK-ST. SIMONS CAUSEWAY. Turn INTRODUCTION STATION I SVUR
PLANT
onstration gardens in the east. Particular. seaward on the Causeway and you will bt
ly fascinating is BAMBOO AVENUE, a groveof find yourself in the heart of GEORGIA'S Scale olMlry, sl FORT
giant bamboo that stands 70 feet high. GOLDEN ISLES. It was here on ST. SIMONS o 10' 1'0 McAllIS1ER
Continue on U.S.. 17 to and adjacent SEA ISLAND that Spain estab --". ,. .1- Midway
lished missions in 1568. The FT. FREDERICA f .qr%' .,. ,
30m. MIDWAY. This oak-shaded town was NATIONAL MONUMENT is here, where in N., ,
once the religious center of a large plan. 1736 the English built their most costly :'IiIo 82 Q

tation.The MIDWAY CHURCH, reminiscent of fort and challenged Spanish supremacy.At Lit Jesup
colonial New England, was built in 1792 the extreme south, on Route 50, lies 9 11
f and has both the original slave gallery and JEKYLL ISLAND, once a famous millionaires' 4 1 high pulpit. Sherman's cavalry camped colony, now a state-owned vacation resort
here and Oliver Wendell Holmes' father known for its sandy beaches and fishing.
was an early pastor. The MIDWAY COLONIAL They are still finding treasure on these -, 25 Darien *
MUSEUM, next door, houses documents and Golden Isles, for this was pirate country 0
heirlooms. Proceed south on U.S. 17 to. from which Blackbeard and his bucca 82 v
(
neers terrorized the Spanish Main. Go s p1 s OLD MOST RD. ),1 I ET. r'REDERICA
62m. DARIEN, a charming Old-South south through Brunswick, turn right on *
town situated U.S. 84 and travel across Georgia's prime LAURA S. WALKER "'
on a high cliff on the north T FK 52 Sea Island
bank of the Altamaha River. Near the pine forest land. way1 1 + Brunswick St. Simons
courthouse you can't miss the venerablelive 152m. LAURA S. WALKER STATE PARK. cross *
oak said to have sheltered an entire This park, situated on Lake Walker, is '() WAYCROSS ST. fOR 11 84 50 'JIWl STALE ISLAND PARK
company of Oglethorpe's Scottish Highlanders open for picnicking, swimming and camp *
in 1736. ing throughout the year. Continuing on OKiriNOKUWA"P
Just south of the town on U.S. 17 is Route 177, crossing U.S. 1,you will come PARKBUY Q
HUSTON HOUSE, an impressive New Eng to WAYCROSS STATE FOREST. The extensive

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a Sale Place a Quiet Place,! .and we' Like it Here.

3-4 Bedrooms Central Heat & Air Conditioning Wall-to-Wall Just the thing for Spring
Carpeting Westinghouse Electric Built-in Range Westinghouse ,

Electric Built-in Dishwasher Westinghouse Electric Disposer .

Garages Paved Drives Sodded Front & Side Yards Beautifully ; ;r4T tiL'A'I'

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ea p PLUS cash to spruce up the house. .. PLUS cash Just
r to have and enjoy! It's the PLUS LOAN at Beneficial
South Realty Finance. .cub for
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5059 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 384.4595
5635 ROOSEVELT BLVD.VENETIA VILLAGE SHOP.CTR
PHONE 904/781-1331 Next to Wlnn Dixie Phone 384.9374'
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Publisher :
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JAXAIRNEWS I Schedule

NAS Jacksonville CALL: 388-2755
i
Ads Should be

LATWINGER I I Ads TueSday arriving for publication mailed to the arrive fOllowing not later Thursday.than m ffl w w m y IB ut m a m m m afmu m w

NAS Cecil: FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE J too late for this deadline will be
I published the fOllowing week Thursday June 15 sunaay, June 15
= publisher Is Instructed unless the NAS: "A CRIMINAL AFFAIR"
money order otherwlst. A check or NAS: "CANDIDATE FOR AKILLING"
I received WITH for the the full cost of the ad must b. Color Drama, Color Suspense, Starring
4747 San Juan Avenue I copy for the ad. Starring John Richardson and Ann Margaret and Rossano

Jacksonville, Florida RATE Per additional: minimum ch rgtJInt( $) 2.00 Anita Ekberg. "R" ((94 min.) Brazzi. "PG" (95 min.)
lint((4 words per lint) .SO HOSPITAL: "X Y Z" Color HOSPITAL: "KIDNAPPED"

Drama, Starring Elizabeth Monday,June 19
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-N4 -*> \ \ Taylor Michael Caine. "R" NAS: "BLOOD ROSE" Color
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COIN COLLECTION FOR SALE u min.) Suspense, Starring Phillipe Le
EMPLOYMENT Indians, Llncolns, Buffalos, Jef. SHORT OF CASH'RENTING' Maire and Annie Duperey. "R"
fersons, Washing tons. Quarters, Friday June 16 ((92 min.)
Halves, Forelgns, and type. Below Use our Rental Purchase Plan NAS: "MARY QUEEN OF HOSPITAL "A
CRIMINALAFFAm"
JOBSIJOBSIJOBSI I trends, no Dealers 7248443, to get Into a home of your own. :
aft. 6 SCOTS" Color Drama '
Starring
rthand Secretary Dictaphone p.m. Price Mobil.Home Center ,
Waters, Typists, Clerks, 1007 Atlantic Blvd. Vanessa Redgrave. and Glenda Tuesday.June 20
(punchers.H FOR SALE Jax 721.2444 Jackson. "PG" (128 min.) NAS: "EVIL KNIEVAL" Color
Color TV, 3
> PAY NO FEE yr. old, Console model, HOSPITAL
Call Norrell Temporary Contemporary style, SYlvania 23' : "CANDIDATEFOR Motorcycle Drama, Starring
396-5371 screen. VG cond. $335. Beige Recliner 10 x 57, 3BR 46 RITZ Exec.CRAFT A KILLING" .George Hamilton and Sue Lyon."PG" .
$15. Thomasvllle cond., Many
breakfront, assorted tras. Call 7719278. ex- (89 min.)
BE A LoVue LADY lamps and end tables. Good Cond. 772- Saturday,June 17 HOSPITAL
I completely organic LoVue beauty 7371. : "BLOOD ROSE"l..
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)
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ULL TIME PART TIME SALES Call Koblar. 48STATLER HOSPITAL
Igh Commission.Security Field 389-0977 or 3552183. 12 x 65,3BR,$3700. -2398or 7127205.TRAt4SPORTATION' : "MARY QUEEN HOSPITAL : "EVIL
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you can make an additional in.ne F REG/STEr2 t VIA

to meet today's Inflationaryces. CASH 65 442 OLDS TN
Just work part time, will not We buy,sell and trade equities. 2dr. sedan,AC, PS, PB, Bucket seats, G V ORDERS: LOT
crier with your present |ob. Call Louise T. Bailey 3 spd.Auto Trans.$1900.or best offer.
l 2454 for appt. 771.3605 BrokerWEREPRESENTMANY Call.Home 358.1086 or 772.3071.SACRIFICE .
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MISCELLANEOUSARECORDEDMESSAOEBYA J1
of the Navy Personnel Interested In 6330' Owens Family Cruiser, 2.185
purchase of land for future use or eng., FC, Exec.shape.$7500. value for
profit Also homes of value, FHA or $5800. Must sell. Call Jim Walker, 772- 1e
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells VA financed, in all sections of City. 2111 or 2644484.
you how you may become a 6 T
Please contact Tom Brooker, US
DISCJOCKEY Navy Retired Your Interest Is
Call 355-2944 any hourVAAPPROVED HONDA 750
protected. 72'/2 model. Take up payments. Call
Wynne Realty of Florida, Inc. 388-4084.
For Veterans and servicemanGEORGE'S
Realtors i

389.5514 771-2082, 72 HONDA ZL350 .;::::"?;:t.r: ::m ::::::!:::: :;::!: ;;::::::r::: !:: ::rfm::::;; m;:;:::: :!:* ::::*:;.. ::;::
KENNELSst. $700. Encludes helmet and bumper
1925 Dogs and Cats Boarded. HIDDEN WATERS rack. 2645758 aft. 5 p.m. anytime n via..
Ick up & Delivery Available. Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots weekends.
rooming*. Defleaing & Bathing,. available. Excellent fishing, boating, e Jra ievzr ett

Aastercharge & BankAmerlcard swimming. Mobile Home area. High, ....... ......
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NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO : <, ,
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape WE BUY& SELL EQUITIESCall '" >, ...AND THE UNUSUAL 1!
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate us for quick service. r : ARTWORKS &GIFTS
stock. Full warranty) Phone 771-0409. Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. ; <. t', .i
4543 Wesconnett Blvd. : F, known area artists JEAN TROEMEL, CHARLI BROWN and others
771.3052 737-3X4 ,. 2039 PLAINFIELD AVENUE ORANGE PARK
LIVE CRABS I .
Wllford's Fish Camp HOURS: TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY, 10AM-5PM
2649707SINGER SATURDAY 10AM-2PM,CLOSED SUNDAY-MONDAY
NEW HOMES
3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built-in.Range,
TOUCH &SEW Cetn. Heat, Prices from $19,900.
Makes all types fancy designs. Buttonholes Terms. Edw. 0. Lyon, Broker. 389-
stretch stitch winds bobbin 0361. vw. .
Inside machine. Like New Responsible
party to take up pmts. of $8. per .-.
mo. Rayflelds. 6437 Wilson Blvd. LAKE LOCHLOOSALot
with mobile home, patio, well t
house & dock. R. E. Mitchell 7712497.. tf R dx: MN.v T x Ed g

LAWN MOWING& EDGINGcall 1 .

Hart 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511
771-3211 Ext.83403SINGERSS15 PRESCOTT,ARIZONA
Offers best climate' In the' state. OPEN DAILY8TO8:3Q-SATURDAY8TO5
Historic old ranch developed Into 2. SUNDAY 1 TO' PM
acre homesltes near Prescott
Sewing Machines, Good cond., S15. National Forest. Two acreas: $19995 69 AUSTIN HEALY SPRITE, 23,000 $1495
each. Sew'N' Sound, Inc. 1564 Hen low terms. For full details write Mrs.
dricks Ave., corner LeSalle St. Phone A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 miles Yellow, sharp.

398.1683. North 7th St.,' Phoenix 85006. ,; IR 69 CHEVELLE WAGON, 8 cyl., AT, PS, $1595

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DOUBLE KNIT PANTS$'." .
Ideal for Fathers Day. Reg. $20. : ENTALSI 71 VW BUS Blue $2750

values.1564 Hendricks Furniture Ave.Sew, corner'N' Sound.LeSalle Inc. ---- -- -- 71 VW STA. WGN., 16,000 miles i I AT. R&H $2695

St. Phone 3981683. ORANGE PARK 69 SQUAREBACK, AC, R&H, AT, Low $2195
2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn.,
GUITAR LESSONS Dlswasher, Drapes, Carpets Mileage .
Electric or Acoustic. $4. hr. Contact Elizabeth Apts., 77M405 or 7713355. 70 GHIA, Coupe, Bright Blue, 6000 miles $1990

Jax.Ronald' Pickle. Bks. 6C, Rm.110, NAS or 6 mo. Warr. Guar. on engine
388 9654 or 772.3302. r
BEING TRANSFERRED 70 VW, Fastback, Blue, 23,000 miles. R&H. $1800
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4 TO WORMS-BIO, FAT 4 SASSY Let a retired Navy man who understands .y 70 VW BUS, R&H $2012
5" Africans. Bulk 85 cents-100 YOUR problems manage
(min. 300)) 68 V.W.CAMPER, Nice .. -. $2295
or 55 cents cup. (50)), Also the rental of your house until you .
Bedrun. (Mixed sizes) 561000. 781374 return to Jax.Bartleson 68 VW, Sedan R&H, Blue *'* $2895
Normandy Village. 8020 PatouMOVING ,O'Neill& Payne, Inc. .
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6 elec-
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. THE RYATTS ., by Jack Eirod

DAD 11S IT TRUE TWATfe RIGHT WITH A LITTLE FOB A CAUSE LIKE (tiIITEEN DOLLARS!
THATIPVOU I TAR..AN ITS HELD I CAN BUY THAT IlL BE CLAP
BUY U.S. A GOOD WAY A f 25 BOND 'NITJ.ISAVINGS TO CHIP IN/HOW IJ
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"IT SHOWS HOW BEAUTIFUL PHYSICAL "WHERE WERE THE POLICE WHEN

LOVE CAN BE" THEY WERE SHOWING THIS FILM"

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"IT PUTS THE POETRY BACK. "I'M GOING TO SEE IT AGAIN AND

INTO LOVE." BRING MY WIFE".

The Walls Have EarsMost

FINALLY, AN 03 FIND OUT

RATED MOVIE YOUR ;' YOURSELFWIFE "Older Folks" remember old World War II security slogans -
such as: "Loose Lips Sink Ships" and "Quiet The ,Enemy
WIFE OR GIRL. May Be Listening." They also remember vividly the disastrous
results of "loose talk" in our nation's previous armed conflicts.
FRIEND CAN EVERYONE'S Many of us today, young and old, know that communications
security is even more important now than it was during the sec
ENJOY! ?n I TALKING ond great war. But In practice too many of us treat the security
subject lightly-too lightly.
SEAN S. CUNNINGHAM'S A 80 UT Because our electronic gear and methods are much more sophisticated
CONTROVERSIAL today than they were 25 years ago, our nation is
today far more vulnerable to exploitation of security weaknessesthan
ever before.

We all sometimes forget that enemies are always waitingfor
us to tell them what they need to know. How do we tell
them? It's really: very simple.We .

talk in bars downtown; we include tidbits of sensitive and
classified information in letters home; we talk about anything
and everything over the phone; we try to Impress, friends with
f *" '* ',
our knowledge of "inside information.: %
A SEAN S.CUNNINGHAM,ROGER MURPHY PRODUCTION,,PHOTOGRAPHED AND EDITED IT of informationin
ROGER MURPHY PRODUCED AND DIRECTED If SEAN I,CUNNINOUM, Our well-organized enemies put each little piece
DISTRIBUTED' HALLMARK ROEAJIN CORP place until the big picture becomes clear. They know about
[l]NO ONC WMR IIAOMITTI* the "big event"-in advance-courtesy of us.
A DIFFERENT KIND OF LOVE STORY!
Communications
A We all know the preventive measures. security
should not be new to us. We all know that the protection 'of''
classified/sensitive information is the responsibility of ,each of
b;: us. We all know that our carelessness costs: resources, money
': Namend Mel -and lives. It is not impossible that carelessness could one day
S 139 Nan+ondwd.. cost us our country. ',.,,:',
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The answer? Think. Think before you speak or write. Pay
WEEK DAYS 73030 | SAT.5UN.3:30-5:30-7:30-:30 attention to where you are and what you say. Become consciousof
JACKSONVILLE communications security. If you don't, you could become partof
a failed mission-or a fallen nation.

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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 17


Modern June Brides Forsake CustomsWASHINGTON I




a iw : (AFPS) sometimes too heavy for anything enir of luck to take home with.
< The old-fashioned bride probably but small bites, let alone them.
'\0' hated the old-fashioned lifting.
wedding cake. At first wedding cake was
By custom, it was smashedover What was left of the cake part of the nuptials only of upper
her head. was then broken over the bride's class Romans. It was served
This romantic tradition was head history I is silent on in a ceremony known as confarreatio -
observed with the bet of Intentions whether this was the new hus or eating together.
a though perhaps dazing a band's right and wedding The cake was plain sronelike
bride's appreciation for ritual. guests scrambled for pieces of unleavened bread made of
Eventually smashing gave the cake. flour, salt and water. The bride
y a way to merely eating the wed.. Just as at today's wedding receptions and JrI'OH1IIhared eating it,
ding cake as it grew into to these morsels were supposedly assuring them a life
day's tier-upon-ticr architectural prized by the Roman guests not of plenty in both happiness and
triumphs, reportedly only as a snack, but as a souv- children.


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MIDSHIPMEN Approximately 40 NROTC Midshipmen from
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cruise. Shown here getting an introduction to one of VP-16's P-iA's,

the Midshipmen also toured FAW-11 Headquarters, NARF,and VW-4.


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PAGE; 18 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER ,


SECNAV Retiree Advisors ReportJax r al cLI'


The Secretary of the Navy's retired serviceman's advisors recently

made a report of their March meetings to the Secretary and he has taken action 4)) .

on'recommendations from both the officer's and enlisted's advisory committees.The t .I rL

advisory groups did not Headquarters is considering those treated by a VA hospitalcan
have the benefit, when they met holding separate seminars at switch to a VA nursing home.
in March, of the views broughtout Marine installations and he indicated The Secretary's commentswere + fr
by the retirees attending local the decision could favor that this rule was made to tS

seminars,such as the one here at the separate meetings.The help alleviate crowding in VA
NAS Jacksonville, which were enlisted group also hospitals and pointed out that
just getting underway at the recommended postdating the some types of nursing care
time. SUPERS retired newsletter and homes can be provided under
Most of these local conferences they said efforts ought to be madeto Champus and some, for limited
have now been held and the fill the full six pages authorized periods, can be provided under
advisory groups will tackle their for the newsletter. Social Security Medicare.
suggestions when the two com- The Secretary said no to both Both groups suggested im
mittees meet in Washington, D. propositions, saying postdating provements in the operation of e
C. this week. would not improve timeliness and commissaries and exchanges. e
The only major disagreement that they should not commit to six The officers suggested that the
between the two committees was pages and be forced to use two types of stores should be openat CONGRATULATIONS IN ORDER Capt. W. J. Vaught (Right),
on recomputation of retired pay. material solely to fill space. the same time to allow one Commander Fleet Air Wing 11, congratulates VP-56 officers for
The officer group recom Both groups also favored extension visit shopping while the enlisteds receiving awards. From Left: Lt. J. J. Catania, Patrol PlaneTactical
mended going along with of Champus medical care urged construction of more Coordinator; Lt. J. P. Thompson, Patrol PlaneTactical Coordinator;
President Nixon's proposed one- to over-65 retirees, with the commissaries and that they Lt. R. A. Thacker, Patrol Plane Tactical Coordinator; Cdr. H. P.
time adjustment and the enlisteds going a step further by carry more "high demand" Fillingane, VP-56 CO; Lt. C. E. Painter, Patrol Plane Tactical
f."t Secretary said that the Navy and proposing that these retireds be items (cigarettescandy, etc.). Coordinator Lt. P. W. Leblanc, Patrol Plane Commander LCdr. H.
Defense Department naturally allowed to choose whether they'd The enlisted group also suggestedthat Monroe III, Patrol Plane Tactical Coordinator; Capt. Vaught.
support this course. stay with Champus or go under they not be consolidated with

The enlisted group pointed out Medicare. They recommendedthe Army and Air Force stores, as SGL1 Reports Payments
that the one-shot recomputation Navy support a Bill now In has been proposed.The .

compromise will favor senior Congress (HR 10199))which would Secretary said that it is not Less than 20 per cent-of pro- Group Life Insurance to a permanent
officers and they again recom allow over-65 retirees to use always possible, because of ceeds payable last year under life instance policy
mended reinstatement of either Champus or Medicare. commissary funding limitations, Servicemen's Group Life Insur- within 120 days cleaving the
recomputation for those who The Secretary disapproved this to have both types of stores openat ance were the result of combat Armed Forces, and without a
entered service before June 1, recommendation with the the same time. deaths, the Institute of Life Insurance medical examination. The pre-
1958. comment, "Defense recom- He said, too, that the Navy has reports.In mium rate of a new policy
The two groups both agreed mended against enactment of HR consistently supported requestsfor 1971, life insurance proceeds would depend on the age of the
that provisions in the House- 10199." more commissaries where of $108,500,000 were pay- veteran as well as the type of
passed widows equity bill which The officers suggested dental needed and just as consistently able under SGLI to the benefi insurance. Each serviceman,
would allow retired pay to be care for retireds be helped by opposed consolidation with other ciaries of 7,246 men and women upon being discharged, receivesa
attached and which would reduce who lost their lives while list of life insurance compa
adopting the regional medical services' stores. Funds limit the on active -
nies which operate in his home
survivor annuities when Social tried in the 5th District duty. Among these were
concept so high demand items which can be state, and which are drawn from
Security payments begin, would in which all facilitiesin 2,348 deaths in Vietnam-1,380
i successfully carried in commissaries,he said, the group of companies that un-
In combat.
not be in the best interests of an area of heavy Navy concentration but they are carried in exchangesand derwrite the SGLI program.
retirees. are under one administrator are sold as cheaply as Servicemen's Group Life In
The Secretary of the Navy said surance is supervised by the Vi it
possible.
that the Navy and Department of The Secretary of the Navy said, EDITORS NOTE: All officers Veterans Administration and un.
derwritten than 500
by more
Defense in with
were agreement however that regionalization
,
and men at NAS Total
enlisted life insurance companies.
the two committees and would
while under consideration would
Jacksonville with over 20 years life insurance in force under the
oppose the attachment of retired not represent in and of itself an
service and those within three program is $45.8 billion
pay and full integration of optimum solution for the
of eligibility for retainer
widow's social security benefits. years Servicemen and servicewomenon
problem. who wish to submit their
pay active duty $3 a month
Both pay
groups gave strong Another suggestion made
by
views, either pro or con on the for $15,000 of insurance, or a
support to continuting the local
the enlisteds was that regulationsbe latest SECNAV Advisory proportionately smaller amountif
seminars and the enlisted group changed so that retireds
Committee on Retired Personnel they have $10,000 or $5,000 of
recommended against holding treated at medical
military invited to do
Report are, so. protection. Reservists, National
separate seminars for .Navy and facilities could be eligible to Address any comments con Guardsmen and ROTC memberspay s t
Marine Corps retirees. transfer to a Veterans cerning items in the above articleto $1.80 annually for part- '
The Secretary's comment on Administration-affiliated nursing : Director time coverage which is in effect '
this was that Marine Corps home. Current rules say only NAVAIRLANT Career while they are on active duty.
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receives congratulations from Lt. Col. David Teichmann, MATSG CO, PNC EDWARD LOUIS shippedover
I after he reenlisted for six years and a $10,000 bonus. Cpl. Waite has at NATTC. He has been in
been In the Marine Corps for three years and has been with MATSG six the Navy since 1948 and works in
months: NATTC Educational Services.


I August Exam Schedule AnnouncedJax


The August 1972 Navy- Tuesday, August 8. Inaccurate information could -" ;.i\ \
,.3d;!. 't.i '1' ., ..t ; .
wide advancement examinations Chief petty officer: Thursday, possibly prevent you from being :;" cd .h' if" >
will commence during the last August 10.Rating. advanced.
of Cdr Charlie Cook
week July.
Qualifications-
The Schedule is as follows: Bibliography sheets pertaining to rte1 --- ----- on completion .f your Command Tour I

Steward third class through the February and August 1972 LOOK.. I .from your old shipmate of ZW-ONI and FASION nm-ONl.
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I : Boating! t s I Ik JAX SPORTS


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Last week the sailing in* SAILING TIPS i ,"_" ,):" ;",":*:.."&m'f'<,.i.;;:.":",::...:.*:,:<:;:,,,j,'&:_:'OW' ,
tramurals got underway with two Watch ,your main. A good
races in very brisk winds. No one looking main will have the draft
proved to be a consistent per 50 percent aft, with the upper
former so the day ended with a section twisting off(correct twist NAS Jax Takes
very narrow point spread among can be evaluated by comparing
those who raced. The points that the angle between battens and
appear in the standings are the boom, the upper batten should NO HITTER Gerald (Tom) 6ND Rifle Title r.
total accumulated so far. There fall in the same plane with the Dooley of FASOTRAGRULANT' ,
will be some adjustment at the rest angling off to leeward). DET JAX recently pitched a 5-1 1
end of the series as the crews will Over-trimming makes the leach no-hitter against NDRC. This is Jax-The NAS Jax Navy Rifle In the individual pistol com
be allowed to eliminate some of straight, eliminates necessary Dooley's third season of playing team won the 6th Naval District petition it was W01 R. K. Camp-
their poorer performances. twist and causes stalling at the ball for FASOTRAGRULANTDET Rifle Championships held last bell of Glynco who took top
If you are wondering what top. Too much mast bend causes JAX,giving him I total of 27 week at the NAS Weapons honors with 552 points, ADRC R.
happened to the floating pier, it distortion wrinkles from mast to, years of playing ball during his Department Armory by beating A. Rogers of Cecil Field second
was removed and discarded. A clew and over flattens the sail. Naval career. Dooley has many their closest competitor by 191 with 545,TMC W. F. Ellsworth of
new low profile pier will replaceit. Correct this by straightening the no-hitters and shut-outs to his points NAS Jax had 2564 to Patrick AFB in third with 543, Lt.
Work on the new wet storage mast or tensioning,the,luff more. vedit! during his pitching career. POMFLANT Charleston's 2373. K. G. Shaver of FICEUR NAS
pier is progressing smoothly with A circular arc shape, slightly The NAS Jax Rifle team Jax fourth with 539 and BUt B. J.
most of the pilings already in. If flatter at the leach is fastest. consists of CWO-2 L. M Adams, Szczepanski of Gulfport in fifth
you are looking for wet storage The traveler is important. IntramuralSoftball AOC L. V. Klpton, AOC E. M. with 537.RMCS.
space for your boat see the Carry the boom on the,center line Balderston, ATC L. E. Singleton, J. R. Biswell of the USS
I' marina manager, Bud Lucas. in lighter air and smoother ADJI J. P. Ray and A01 W. E. George Washington won the
The waiting list may already be water, the traveler will be to Farley. They are now at individual rifle competition witha
full but the new pier should also weather, sometimes 6-10 inches. Patuxent River, Md. par- 516 total. He was followed by
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The power squadron held its .W L be held at Patuxent River. 495 and ADJ1 J. P. Ray of VP-45
election of officers last week with NARJAX 13 0 The NAS Albany Blue team with 493.RMCS.
the following results: HOSPITAL 13 1 won the pistol Championships by Biswell also won the
COMMODORE-Jerry Stens FICEUR 10 3 edging the NAS Jax team 1036 to rifle and pistol aggregate award
VICE COMMODORE-John INTRAMURAL SAILING AIMD 8 5 1030. The Albany team was made with a 1023 total for both events
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VW-4 Takes Intramural Swim.Title;; I

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.Q a Jarvis Of VP-16 Sets Two RecordsJax

The VW-4 Swim team the meet on the strength of their finished the 50-yard backstrokeat
won the NAS Jax Intramural relay teams as they won the 100-() 30.1 to break the record that
Swim Meet last week with a totalof yard medley relay and the 100-() Chuck Youngvorst of VW-4 set
38 points to out-distance yard freestyle relay. In the 100-() last year at 30.2. Robert Wood of
FICEUR with 37 points and VP-16 yard medley it was Jack Walker, FAW-11 came in second in the
UI with 19 points. Richard Langevin, Tom Rush event with a time of 30.3. Jarvis
.. ( This marks the second year in a and Jay Scattergood who took broke the old record of 1:07: set by
first with a time of 58.1. Jay
4, 4 row that VW-4 has won the title Dick Bauschard of Public Worksin
Scattergood, Steve Scheper,Jack
by a one point margin. Last year the 100-yard individual medley
they edged out Public Works 37- Price and Richard Langevin relay with a time of 1:05.2. Jim
= r made up the 100-yard() freestyle O'Rourke of FICEUR finished
36.The team that finished first at 49.5.
s VW-4 team managed to second at I:13.6.
Dave Jarvis of VP-16 set two
Jarvis also won the 50-yard
place in all nine events while
SWIM CHAMPS The VW-4 swimmers collect their trophies from FICEUR failed to place in only new records in the meet with his butterfly with a time of 28.1 Dave
Frank McCaffreyL( ),athletic director, and LCdr. R.. J. Fitzsimmons, the diving first place finishes in the 50-yard Hunt FICEUR came in second
Special Services officer. competition.VW4 backstroke and the 100-yard with a time of 30.4.
picked up 20 big points in individual medley. Jarvis In the
50-yard freestyle event it

I Jax Fliers Drop Three To Moodv AFB coming was Jim in O'Rourke at 25.8 to of take FICEUR first

., while Jay Scattergood was close
Jax After winning seven of Luck had finally payed a visit to In the second game on behind at 26.0.O'Rourke also took
their first nine games the Jax the Fliers dugout as Moody outhit Saturday the Fliers bats again first in the 100-yard freestyle witha
Navy Fliers have fallen into a the Fliers 10-7 but the Fliers came went limp as they managed only time of 1:02.7.: Joe Lavin of the .
slump and their record now, out with a 3-2 victory. two hits and one run in losing Marine Barracks came in second {
stands at eight wins and eight Tom Tenhagen got out of a jamin their eighth game of the season 4- at 1:03.4.
losses which includes three losses the fifth inning of this game 1. The only run for the Fliers Dave Hunt of FICEUR took the
and one win against the MoodyAir when, after retiring the first came in the fourth inning when 50-yard breaststroke with a timeof
Force Base team here at batter, he gave up three straight Bill Sauls led off the inning with a 35.1 while Jay Scattergood of
Mackroth Field last weekend.In singles. He then got out of the triple and scored on Ed Mc- VW-4 took second at 35.7.
the first game against inning by striking out the next Bride's sacrifice fly. John Black In the three meter diving event
Moody last weekend the Fliers batter and getting the final out on burn struckout seven but pickedup DIVING CHAMP Mike Baltesof Mike Baltes of AIMD took the
out-hit Moody 3-1 but Moody still a fly ball. his third loss of the season. AIMD displays the form that first place honors with a total of
managed to win the game 2-1. After holding Moody scoreless This weekend the Fliers start a won him first place in the three 19850 points. Jim Boyette of NFO
Terry Tucker got the Fliers on in the top half of_the inning, three week stint away from home meter diving event. took second with a total of 17100.
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RAIDER RAMBLINGS: Softball who for obvious reasons shall
players who desire to tryout for remain unknown, was recently
the Cecil Field softball team caught in a rundown between 3rd
CECIL SPORTS whould contact Jim Lee at extension and the plate on a play which we
8112. Returnees from last suspect pre-dates Abner
P 6ND championship squadare Doubleday. With runners on 1st
i by DTC J. D. Brewster years: Mike Ciopryna, Lefty and 3rd, the catcher tossed the

Ikt _lLl'" ml !HI r u ,1t. :.. Falcon, Ed Tonges, Steve Vaux ball back to the pitcher, naturallythe
SOFTBALLIn the scorekeepers mind top may be established from the last' and possible Don Jackson (rumor "runner" on 3rd thought the
secret? MacDonald was again intramural league, from the has it that Don is commencing to catcher was trying to nab the
the sole fastpitch action of the winning pitcher. CFMGA or by playing three 18 get the itch) .It has been baserunner on 1st who was in the
the week 1st round champs VA- SKEETAn hole or six 9 hole roWlds.SWIMMING reliably reported that a player act of stealing 2ND
12 shutout AIMP 10.0 behind Bill all day "shoot-off" was from the VA-12 softball team, .
.
Stromquist's strong 1 hit pitching fired last Friday in intramural Three pools opened last -- -
performance. Only losing pitcher skeet. After all the wounded Tuesday and will remain open
Dale Howard's scratch single anda 'birds' had fluttered earthward, from 1100-1800 daily except
4th inning walk deprived Bill of and the smoke had cleared, VA- Mondays. The Aey-Deucy pool ee i Rl
a perfect game. CommanderLess 174 found themselves leading the will be closed this year. All
had 3 hits for VA-12. pack with a perfect 14-0 record personnel utilizing Cecil Field C J f/
SLOWPITCH: In an earlier for the second half. The pools are urged to comply with ; \
game not previously reported, HeUrazors, having won the first NAS CECIL FIELD INSTRUCTION 1
VA-174 slipped past VC-2,12 -10. half also, eliminated the 1710.5C and to obey "
The 'Hellrazor' hitting attackwas necessity of a championship the lifeguards on duty and posed ).
triggered by Riddle ((2 shoot-off. instructions. Lifeguards are ...;
homers),and Elmore and Walker Highlight of the day was employed for your safety and
with a round tripper each. "Burly" Mills (shows what a protection, so please obey all 17
y
McGinn, Pharr, Erney, Fox, versatile athlete we have in the their instructions they have \
Craig and Roberts had 2 hits each bearded wonder)from VA-81 who only your welfare in mind. I
... for VC-2. Thompson went the had never shot skeet before the CAPTAINS CUP A Dubious HonorMembers
route to gain the win. shoot-off. In his last two matchs, With only softball and tennis
The Marines nipped VA-66, 9 he broke 15 of 25 birds. .not bad remaining to be cranked in, VA of the CLAW-1 recognition of the team's last
8. Hitting stars for the Marines for a novice .we'll all hear of 174 has again jumped into the bowling team presented CaptainD. place finish in the Cecil Bowling
were Donaldson with 3 hits, this exploit, time and again. lead in the Captains Cup race. F. MOW, COMLATWINGONE League. Undaunted, the team
McQuaig, Wilhite, Roggerman Although VA-174 greased The Hellrazors scored two big with a unique trophy in an looks forward to the next season
and Fuller with 2 safeties. through, Jim Hawkins of VA-66 wins in skeet and golf to attain unexpected ceremony on 1 June and an opportunity to move up in
Sullivan,Wooddy and Dunn had 2 walked off with top gun award, the top plateau. Standings: 1972. The trophy, depicting thehind the ratings.
hits for VC-2,and Trimble a 2 run breaking 287 birds of a possible VA-174 99 quarters of a horse, was in '.
homer.Simmons was the winning 300. "Hawkeye" was pushed by VA-81 87% * *,*,Jt * * * * * *I IM

pitcher. Billy Gunter of CLAW-1 with 142 VA-45 86 p;:.. :' '- -":'.... --r::; I BACK BY. I:
VA-66 lost another one run 150. AIMD 64 ,{ ,' ,1; :, POPULAR DEMAND
game to VC-2,9.8. VA-66 had the GOLF Ops 33 *
typing run on 2nd base when the VA-45 has finally been NAMTD 31 :ft Lt:, \< i i PRINCESS TENOKA *

t final out of the game was dethroned as reigning golf, VA-82 30 *t: < :, l' [.\ 1 4 ; &: CHIEF CULTASTOPLESS *
i l recorded. Pharr with 3 hits, and champions. The coup was accomplished TENNIS r ,r,, ;,.,," "?r j MgiatarrllLaiklas l ,.
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and Wooddy and Rengo 2 singles of 7 to 5.Ben Whitten led his participating in a tennis tour- ,; MONIQUE CORDEAUX ,.
for VA-66. Roberts was the teammates with a torrid 35 on the nament are urged to contact Mr. ;I'" It' ,.
winning chucker. back nine for a total of 76. Other Tom McGuckin at extension 498. ,.. ,. .,f
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League leading VA-12 tallied 7 members of the winning A double elimination tour. GO-GO GIRLS ,.
times in the 4th inning en-route to Hellrazor squad were CDR Lahr nament to determine squad ,.
a 15.3 romp over NAMTD.From (the skipper), Pete Gibson, membership for the Cecil Field c.ntInY.Ns.h.ws SPEAKEASY ROOM-2AM IN THE LOUNGE 4-8 P.M.
the scratchings in the scorebook, "Sandbagger" Boyenton and Jim representative in the upcoming6ND
it would seem that each VA-12 Hall. VA-45's team was comprised tournament is in the planning
player reached base at least of Steve Therrell, "Doc" stages. The top four playersin
once; however, except for the Williams, Pete Dodge and "LongKnocker" the Cecil tourney will see
action at Key West July 10 15.
recorded errors, the manner in Warren.An 1
which each player became a organizational meeting for
baserunner must remain a the Winter League will be held
mystery. MacDonald seems to Friday, 16 June at 100 in the Golf
have been the winning pitcher. Club House. The first round will
VA-12 swamped VC-2, 13. 3. start 23 June. Representation for Since
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JAX AIR NEWS LATWINGER PAGE 23


Intramural i! f, Bowloffs


Bowling :,k UnderwayJax


StandingsPACIFIC
The Spring Intramural
Bowloffs began yesterday with
five teams competing for the
LEAGUE Intramural League title.

FINAL STANDINGS The five teams competing are
W L y the Radar 17 team from Air Ops
WOODPECKERS NO.1 52 24 e with a 53-27 record, the Chokers
SPARKS 50 30 from FAW-11 with a 52-28 record,
SPLITMAKERS 48V& 3m the Evildoers of FAW-11 with a
SPLITFINDERS 44% 31% 4F 59-21 record, the Woodpeckers
CHIEFS 40 40 No 1 team from VP-49 with a 52-
PIN BUSTERS No.2 38% 415 ;: 24 record, and the Rebels from
NDRC No.3 36% 39th NDRC with a 6154-1A/ record.
GUTTER BUSTERS 35 45
H'CANE HUNTERS 32% 43% The remainder of the schedule
PILL ROLLERS 28% 51% for the bowloffs is as follows:
TROOP 26 54 Tonight at 6 p.m. the Evildoerswill
meet the Rebels and the
/AMERICAN LEAGUE Captain W. J. VAUGHT, Commands Fleet Air Wing ELEVEN, gives Ml. encouragement to YN2 Chokers will take on Radar 17.;
FINAL STANDINGSW Larry Taylor, Captain of the "EVILDOERS" and YN1 Dennis DtRtmtr, Cfptaln of the Monday, June 19 at I p.m. the
L "CHOKERS". Chokers meet the Woodpeckersand
EVILDOERS 59 21 The Two Fleet Air Wing ELEVEN Bowling teams have won league Championships in the NAS Jax Radar '17 takes on the
LATE CHARGERS 56 24 Intramural Rebels; Wednesday,June 21 at 6 '
Bowling Leagut. The Wing 11 "EVILDOERS"won the American League Championshipby
HARD HATS 48 28 p.m Radar meets the Evildoersand
ADCOP 46 30 a three game margin while the "CHOKERS" won the Continental League by a close one-half the Rebels take on the
LEFTOVERS 40% 35% game. Both teams advance to the NAS JAX Bowling Tournament which begins this week. The two Woodpeckers; Thursday,June 22
MARINE BKS. 40 36 teams will face each other in the opening game. at 2 p.m. the Rebels willmeet the
HAWKS 36% 43% Commodore VAUGHT added emphatically "May the best team win as long as it's Fleet Air Wing Chokers and the Woodpeckerswill
NDRC No.1 32 44 ELEVEN". take on the Evildoers.
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NO PAYMENTS ALL MEATSGUARANTEED


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,. PLATE RIB&CHUCK i .' 1 LOIN ROUND I
t SECTION 0,0 ON CHART ... ... SECTION C4D ON CHART

CHUCK ROAST RISKET T-BONES STEW MEAT
RIB suusSHANK BEEP I I I I.RUMP ROAST *GROUND BEEP I
RIB ROASTSGROUND BIEP U.S.D.A.CHOICE EYE ROAST *SIRLOIN TIP ROAST
SHORT RI8SSWISS STEAK
I PLATE LOIN & RIBS 82010 I I I

: $1860 : i RIB RIB STEAK ROASTS SIRLOINTIP BEEF FLANKS 1 I $2180 i

.SHORT RIBS BRISKET PER MONTH FOR 4 MONTHSExamplti I I I
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'SIRLOINPORTERHOUSE .GROUNDBEEF MEAT @6Mb. _120.....tbt..?.,.tarn...._"ei?.cash. '80.40
I I I T-BONES evg.wt.)20 lb..-200 Ib*. J| I I
PER MONTH FOR b.120lb(5) ,
I 4 MONTHS ( .... ..... PER MONTH FOR 4 MONTHS
{ I OTHER NO INTEREST CHARGES.r OR 120.oo1es.62;:;Ib.-. I :. .. .. .. .. .. .. .,. I @Example 73'Ib.._120.wl.TDBn.200Rn.CHOICE __Ibt.tarn._..at__cash'87.60avg. I

2-s1 BONUS BUYS oFrouR .a.
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DURING OUR M DAYS WITH PURCHASEOF
100 LBS.OF BEEF OR MORE


$500 5 Ibs 5 Ibs 5 Ibs 5 Ibs 10 Ibs 5 lbsCOUPON

BACON HOT DOGS PIC NICK SAUSAGE CHICKEN PORK CHOPS

Toward Purchase
of Specials 1-2-31 $ | 00 $ | 00 $1 00 $ 1 00 $1 00 $ 1 00



I MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
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NO CARRYING OR INTEREST CHARGES .4 SUNDAY AM, TOLB.
PAYMENT STARTS 45 DAYS FROM, PURCHASE


CALL NOW FREE FOROPENINGYOUR
120.DAYSACCOUNT IN ADVANCE
TO HOLDTHESE PRICES

j I T ANDTORESERVEYOURBONUSALLBEEFSOLDHANGINGWEIGHT SUBJECTTOCUTTINGAND BUDGET I BEEF 15 LBS

TRIM LOSS
OF I JACKSONVILLE I CHICKENI
", WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT !

OUR CHOICE 4371 UNIVERSITY BLVD. ..."'_o ", ,.m :i" t
& PRIME BEEF ORDERS
... 737-5596 ALL MEAT CUT BY APPOINTMENT
," 1 r 89"10 $139 FREECUTTING&WRAPPING
\ ON ALLORDERSPAGE

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