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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 22, 1972
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 30 NO. 4 Published in The Interest of Personnel of Naval. Air Station, Jacksonville, JUNE 22. 172
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ccJ -.. .. Captain Kennedy Retires June 30


:.- t. t Jax Changeofcommandceremonies command of the training center. A Joint Navy and Marine color

Q.. f .. for the Naval Air Capt. Carrier is currently guard and the Navy band for
: Technical Training Center are commanding officer of the Naval Commander, Cruiser Destroyer

,\ scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday, Air Station at Patuxent River, Flotilla-12 at Mayport Naval
,. June 30. Station will also perform.
; Md.As
.t. Assuming temporary com- commanding officer, Cdr. The training center's 2.100
-' mand of the school command Schlofman will direct the activities military personnel will be information
L until August will be Cdr. Arthur of 2,100 military personnel and march In a parade

. H Schlofman,who steps up from his including the men of review.
t. post as director of NATTC to Marine Aviation Training Sup- Included in the change-of-
5, 55t relieve Capt. John Kennedy, who port Group. The NATTC command command will be retirement
"" 1111J 111I will retire.In includes three aviation ceremonies for Capt. John

August, Capt. William training schools: AE "A" and Kennedy, Capt. Vernon Micheel

I S .... "... ... Carrier Jr. will arrive'to assume "B" School, AO "A" and "B" of ComFairJax Staff, Capt.
School, and NDI "C" School. Joseph McAleer, Dental Officer,
J A VIVID REMINDER FROM THE YOUNG Everybody could use The center was establishedhere and Cdr. Roy Paxson, NATTC
an extra hand once in a while-and the Navy and Marine Corps per. since 1940 as part of the executive officer.
sonnet) the area showed their hand this past week as contributions to Naval Air Station Jacksonvilleand
I the annual Navy Relief Fund Drive soared over the expected later separated under the
monetary goal.Campaign. direction of Naval Technical
Jax Sailors
Training Command ,
i EndsDonations headquartered in Memphis,
Tenn.
Highlighting the change-of- Beat

I Exceed command ceremony will be a
speech by the Chief of Naval
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Training,VAdm.Malcolm Cagle,
Navy Relief Goal who is flying to Jacksonville from Royal NavySee
his headquarters in Pensacola.A .
Navy drill team, composed
1 Jax The local Navy Relief Society fund-raising drive hit $53,737 entirely of NATTC students, will
this week,exceeding its goal of$52,000, according to a spokesman for perform during the ceremony. Page 21
; the campaign committee headed by Captain Richard O'Loughlin, x The unit, known as the Jaxon
4 Supply' Officer at NAS Jax. Lancers, has performed For
Story
"I'd like to thank each and every man and woman who gave," ,
throughout the local area and in
RAdm.Lawrence R. Geis said on learning of the achievement.was
the Mardi Gras in New Orleans.U.S. .
confident," the Commander Fleet Air, Jacksonville said, "that our
Navy men and women, active and retired, as well as many Navy Cdr. Schlofman
friends, would come through in support of this most worthwhile,
cause." ''Soviet Navy Is Threat' Says CNO I

Captain O'Loughlin and Captalri John Kincaid,station commandingofficer
added their thanks to those who contributed. Washington "The Soviet anti-sub forces "are the best Brooklyn and Charleston
Reports to Captain Olxmghlin's committee showed that as of this Navy pose*a serious challenge to In the world." He also quoted respectively with 35 percent of

week participating commands collected $49,549. Another $4,188 came our previous superiority at sea" Adm. Moorer, Chairman of the each crew made up of reservists.
from retired persons and "friends of the Navy." Adm. Elmo Zumwalt, CNO, Joint Chiefs, who stated earlier Every two weeks throughoutthe
A fund-drive committee sopkesman noted that the$53,737 figure was
stated in a recent exchange of this year that "the Soviets stilL: summer, reservists will be
not final. Several small, outlying and deployed commands had not
letters with Senator William cannot match our capabilities to rotated.back to the States and a
submitted final he
reports on Tuesday, explained.
Among the leaders In the final weeks of the campaign was NARF Proxmire. project sea power and control the new group will join the ships.

Jaxwhich collected $2,596, far exceeding their objective.The A study of both navies attachedto sea lanes..however, they already This program, first successfully
drive encompassed NAS Jax,NAS Cecil Field,NAS Glynco and one of the Admiral's letters have a formidable capacity to employed last summer aboardthe
NTC Orlando. observes."both are capable, attack our sea power and to sever destroyer USS Gearing, not
Contributions last year totalled $47,000. professional /orces..neither can our sea lines of communication." only complements the Sixth Fleet

be confident about the outcome of Pacific Fleet Out of Port with two more fuU-time units, but

WAVE Wins Honor a large-scale engagement at All nine carriers In the U.S. provides the naval reservists

f sea." Pacific Fleet were out of west experience in overseas fleet

Adm.Zumwalt explained that a coast ports June $-7. Officials environments.
As Top Sailor; comparison of the two must take believe it was the first time since Career:Study ProgramThe

Into account their differing WWII that all Pacific Fleet Navy Is studying a

Jax NAS Jacksonville's missions. He said both are Intended carriers were at sea or deployedat program to have sailors earn
Serviceman of the Month for May' to supply nuclear the same time. bachelors degrees during the

is a WAVE. deterrence. Beyond that, the U.S. Seven of the nine. Including the course of. 20-year careers.
She selected from several during which insufficient
was Navy reflects America's overseas recently arrived USS Tlcon-' ..including those entering the
nominees throughout the station keypunch work units were
commitments anddependence deroga (CVS-14), were deployedwith Navy without high school
'; for the monthly title, which available to keep'her busy.On her
honors the one Navyman or own initiative she spent this free on sea lanes; the Seventh Fleet off the diplomas.The .
! woman who best typifies the time learning the use of aviation Russia's. Navy reflects Its coast of Southeast Asia and two Deputy Chief of Naval
Navy's ideal of patriotism and and general stores catalogues, position as a land power. were at sea In the eastern Training, RAdm. Dean Axene at
dedication to duty. technical publications and The carrier force, which can Pacific. the commissioning ceremony of

The 26-year-old Airman is a financial job order assignments.She provide sea control in high threat Also" on June 5, the aircraft Purdue, University ROTC;
technical research peripheral works independently with areas and.project power ashore carrier USS America left Norfolk students cited the continuingneed
[ equipment operator for the only limited supervision: Is basif to the U.S. Navy. Adm. and headed around Africa toward for highly educated sailors

., Technical Research Section, ZumvMlteold It faThe only the Pacific. America is slated to and officers. He noted the attraction -'
0 Second Shift Branch, Aviation AN Genwright serves locally carriernow ,
clear margin superiority we relieve a Pacific Fleet of educational opportunities
Support Division at Hangar 1000. based 3M customers and is the have" andtfnust bo maintained. In the Seventh Fleet. to potential recruits
Her, division officer, Lt. C. C. first point of ''contact for 'V' ;&
l. ,. Naval Reservists all-volunteer force and to
for an
Lord,,recommended her for the customers from Mayport based .e'
Top Servicemen award in ships after 4 p.m. Iff otlderthreaa,'he said that the About 1200 naval reservists, will career-oriented Navy people.
recognition of her excellent work.A U.S. Navy has 'slightly more serve their two-week active duty The Naval Training CommandIs
graduate of AK "A" School, major surface combatants, but training period this summer Not already moving full speed to

she was assigned to the depart As Serviceman of the Month,AN Russia has,a i lafgjB 'number of 'In modified exercises off the U.S. provide active duty Navy personnel -

ment last December to work with Genwright will receive a certificate smaller cornbafcmts." armed with 'coasf but onboard two destroyers with degree-based
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keypunching requisitions, to the Candlelight shiptoshipmljgfjes; the U.S. operating' '/ul4mt| with the U.S. programs. One such plan the
although she had no previous Restaurant on station,a weekendof has none. T4 Admiral! observed Sixth Fleet: Associate Degree Completion,

training with the use of lodging at a local Motor Lodge that the Soviet submarine force Is The Naval Reserve, fleet Program (ADCOP), will extend

peripheral equipment." and a free tour of St. Augustine, much larger; U.S. subs are"qualitatively..superior" destroyers USS Dyess and USS experimentally Into a four-year
t: "Frequently, according to Lt. the nation's oldest city, on a and Strong deployed, June 17, from program this fail .,)
: Lord, "there were slow periods Saturday in the future. '.
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Monday thru Thur

11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday Friday,June 2! Fried* Fish Portions, Steamed Mice,
Friday 11 a,m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Friday to 6 pm BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit Tartar Sauce, Au gratin Asparagus,

11 a.m to 2 a.m. 11a.rn.01 p.m. midnight Juice Hot Oatmeal, Chilled Apricot, Buttered Corn, Salad Bar, Chocolate
Friday & Saturday Tues.'Thurs.1la.rn.01p Sunday Saturday 2 Fried Eggs to Order,Griddle Cakes w. Cake, Vanilla Pudding.
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. l .m. Noon to Midnight to midnight pm Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Luncheon SANDWICH LINE Submarine
9 a.m."to 2 a.m. Fri-Sat Meat, Baked Beans, Yankee Style Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers,
Sunday Ha.m.Oa.m. Monday thru Thur Sunday 2 pm Corn Bread, Pastry Bar. Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes,
9 a.m. to Midnight 11 a.m. to Midnight to 7 pm DINNER Beef Barley Soup, Baked Potato Chips ,'Dessert Bar.
Virginia Ham, Cream Cravy, Tuesday,June 27
Whipped Potatoes, Corn Fritters, BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato
JI r.-' ', '' : Boiled Blackeyed Peas, Buttered Juice, Hominy Grits, Chilled Plums,
j !;v. '1'ti1F.1: <' ; Asparagus, Salad Bar, Chocolate Fried Eggs to Order,Griddle Cakes w.
I New Reserve Unitrelated \ Cream Pie, Sugar Cookies. Syrup, Choice of Ham or Pork
SANDWICH LINEt Submarine Sausage, Corned Beef Hash, Hard
ffrnW I' Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers Boiled Eggs, Pastry Bar.
Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes DINNER Chicken Rice Soup Oven
Jax A new unit, Reserve areas. Potato Chips, Dessert Bar. Fried Chicken, Cream Gravy,
Systems Analysis Division-Fl ; SUPPER Chili Macaroni or Grilled Snowflake Potatoes, Cranberry
(RSAND-Flt was commissionedhere The unit's commanding officer, __ 'i""': Cheese Sandwiches, French Fried Sauce, Corn Bread Dressing, Boiled
Blackeyed Peas, Buttered Greens
Potatoes Buttered Peas and Carrots,
June 17, and became a partof Cdr. P. L. Streit Jr., and others NAVAL AIR STATION Southern Fried Okra, Salad Bar, Salad Bar, Apple Turnovers, Sugar
the Jacksonville Navy Reserve have worked since August 1970 to PROTESTANT Angel Food Cake, Vanilla Pudding. Cookies.
community. establish the RSAND-F1 to SANDWICH LINEi Grilled Ham. SANDWICH LINEi Cold Plate,
The Chief of Naval Operations and SUNDAY burgers or Frankfurters, Egg Salad Assorted Cold Cuts, Cheese, Potato
provide analytical systems Sandwich, French Fried Potatoes, Salad, Baked Beans, Potato Chips,
approved the establishment of support in the continuing effortsof Dessert .
Dessert Bar. Bar.SUPPERi
Church School all
( ages) 9 a.m.
(his: unit in the Selected Air
the active forces to keep pace at Annex. Divine Saturday,June 24 Baked Hamburger Pie or
Reserve to augment ComFair with requirements for timely Chapel Worship BREAKFAST Chilled PineappleJuice Fried Shrimp, Steamed Egg Noodles,
and the Naval Air Reserve Unit information. 1":30 a.m. at All Saints' Chapel Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Seasoned Green Beans; Fried Cabbage -

in two areas: computer systems Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Cocktail Sauce, Salad Bar,
French Toast, Choice of Ham or Yellow Pound Cake, Orange Cream
analysis and management Cdr. Streit graduated from High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- Pork Sausage, Creamed Dried Beef, Pudding.

consulting.The Lehigh University in Bethlehem, neXt Junior and Senior Youth Lyonnalse Potatoes, Pastry Bar, SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on
average education level of Pa., enlisted in the Navy in 1951 Fellowship 1:3Op.m. at Bldg. 722., BRUNCH: at 10 a.m..Split Pea Soup, Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor
the unit's officers approximatesthat and became a Naval Aviator in Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. at Grilled Cheeseburgers, French Fried Frankfurters, French Fried
Potatoes,
Potatoes Salad Bar, Dessert Bar.
Blackberry
of the masters degree, with 1953. He has flown with several the Small Chapel. Tarts, Brown Sugar Cookies. WednesdayJune21

extensive professional experience squadrons since his release from Tuesday SUPPER Baked Chicken & Rice or BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Juice,
in systems analysis and active duty in 1955. Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m. at Braised pork Slices, Cream Gravy, Hot Farina, Fried Eggs to Order,
Bldg. 750 and Christian Science Buttered Egg Noodles, Cranberry ,French Toast w-yrup.Choice of Baconor
Sauce, Buttered Brussel Sprouts, Luncheon Meat, Baked Beans,
Service 8 at the Small
p.m. Cream Style Corn, Salad Bar, Southern Style Corn Bread, Pastry
,Chapel, ; Strawberry Shortcake, Chocolate I Bar.
.Cookies.. DINNER; Cream of Potato Soup,
NAVALIIOSPITAL Sunday,June 2S' Stuffed Pork Chops, Brown Gravy,
AX AIR
NEWSThe BREAKFASTS Chilled Tomato Soup, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Apple Sauce,
J Divine Worship 10 at St.
a.m. Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order, Seasoned Mixed Vegetables, Okra &
Lukes. Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, French Toast, Tomato Gumbo, Salad Bar, BlueberryPie
Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Sugar Cookies.
JAX AIR. NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper: NATTC Baked Beans, Hash Brown Potatoes SANDWICH LINE Cheese, Lettuce
distributed each Thursday at the U. S: Naval Air Station. Protestant Worship Service, Pastry Bar.BRUNCHt. & Tomato Sandwich or Grilled
at 10 a.m. Chicken Noodle Hamburgers, French Fried Potatoes,
10:30 a.m. in Building Sod.
Florida the Holt
Jackonvit'e. by Publishing Company a
Soup, Creole Spaghetti, Garlic Bread, Potato Chips, Dessert Bar.
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the J ,X'A'R'NEWSmust Salad' Bar Lemon Meringue pier SUPPERS Italian Spaghetti w-Meat
be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box t. NAS CATHOLIC Chewy Nut Bars. Sauce, Ravioli Parmesan Cheese,
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Saturday Mass 5 p.m. at St. SUPPER Breaded Veal Steaks, Pizza Pie, Puttered Brussel Sprouts,
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass 8 Brown Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, Salad Bar, White' .Cake Cherry
3119. a.m. and 11' Simmered Sauerkraut' Buttered Pudding.
a.m. Daily Mass
Green Beans, Salad Bar, Apple Dilly SANDWICH LINEi Grilled Ham.
Monday, Tuesday Thursday and Cake, Butterscotch Pudding. burgers or Frankfurters, Egg Salad
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Friday-ll:30: a.m. Wednesday Monday,June 2t Sandwich, French Fried Potatoes,
available purchase. use or patronage without regard to race Mass 11:30: "a.m., at.'the Naval BREAKFASTS Chilled PineappleJuice Dessert Bar.

creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser user, or Hospital Chapel _Saturday Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this poticyof equal Confessions 4:15: and" 5 p.m. of Order Bacon, FrsnchToatw-Syrup or Luncheon: Meat, Creamed, Choice ,Thursday,June 2f"
opportunities by an advertiser :will result in the refusal to print Dried Beef BREAKFAST t Chilled Apple Juice
on Toast Baked
Beans, Hot
Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order,
advertising from that source. -, .. Pastry Bar. " .* ,
.. "' Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice of
Ham or Pork Sausage, Creamed
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries *. DINNER: Vegetable Soup, Yankee Dried Beef, Hash Brown Potatoes,
Pot, Roast of Beef, Natural Gravy, '
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,'concerning such should be directed to: Pastry Bar.DINNERi. '
The 1972 reunion of P.T. Boat Franconia Potatoes Seasoned June
era is scheduled to be held Sept. Peas Hot Spiced Beets, Salad Bar, Minestrone Soup, Grilled
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Beef Steaks, Mushroom Gravy,
1.4 In Memphis, Tenn. High. Martha Washington Cream Pie,: French
Fried
4747 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville Fla. ,32210 Hermits. Potatoes Buttered
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lighting the reunion will be SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salad Cream Style Corn, Fried Onion Rings,
Telephone 3882755VOL. ceremonies i dedicating the Grilled Hamburgers, Frankfurters or Salad Bar Cream Puffs, Coconut
ground-breaking for a new P.T. French Fried Potatoes Dessert Bar. Bars. SANDWICH LINEt Chili Dogsor
30 NO. 14 JUNE 22, 1972 "Baal; Museum and Library SUPPER: Chili Con Carne wB.ans, Grilled Ham & Cheese, French
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A major change in absentee process. election, but soon enough before
Florid'a election law now permits If otherwise qualified, these the election to make sure the
three more categories of voters to new voters will be able to registerand absentee ballot can be mailed to
use the Federal Post Card Application cast their ballots Florida's the voter and the voted ballot
(FPCA) to register, re September 12 primary as well as returned to the Supervisor by 7
register and request ballots by in the November 7 general p.m. on the day of the election
absentee process. election If the applicant's registration is
The new goups include Submission of one FPCA is in order, he will be mailed an
dependents of Service members; enough to obtain absentee ballotsfor absentee ballot. If he has never
U S. Merchant Marines and their the primary and general registered, or if his registrationhas
spouses and dependents; and U. elections. lapsed, he will be mailed a
_S. citizens temporarily residing Eligible voters should submit registration application with the
with or accompanying them. completed FPCAs to the absentee ballot. Further, his
v I __ Before the new law was Supervisor of Elections,county of registration application must be
---.- --- enacted, only Service membersand residence. An FPCA should be completed and returned to the
their spouses could register, mailed to reach the Supervisor Supervisor of Elections duringthe
re-register or request ballots by within the 45 days before the period that the registrationbooks

I ; ':rt ....,c. WAVE Becomes Fire .(Note are: Registration open. books are

:r.t f open except during the period 30
: / days before and five days afteran
IJI.I! f ,'. Control TechnicianJax election.) ,

r". .j' ;--.- ...- -A 19-year-old WAVE has math and physics, electronics,
> ''f! become the Navy's first woman computers, airborne radar, fire
.,... aviation fire control technician.She control systems and avionics A moisture barrier bag that
...".. is Isabella Jennifer Strole, maintenance.The protects 152mm ammunitionfrom
\I .'."', daughter of LCdr. and Mrs. moisture damage has been
Douglas Strole. Cdr. Strole is developed by scientists at the
Public Affairs Officer for the AW rating was one of five U.S. Army Weapons Command
... F_ Naval Support Activity in Naples, recently opened to women by the Laboratory, Rock Island, 111.
Work began on a project to
Italy. Bureau of Naval Personnel, '
create such bag in
February
F : ->- : : AQ3 Strole recently completed bringing their total occupationalfields 1970. The breakthrough a came
NEW COMMANDING OFFICER of NARS-F1 Capt. Richard Avionics "A" School .at NATTC to 24. The other four were: when Army scientists designed
Barnes (I) sees the outgoing skipper, Capt. Raymond Anderson, off Memphis and is now attendingthe lithographer, illustrator draftsman an elastomeric (rubber) bag that
following change-of-command ceremonies during drill weekend. 26-week Advanced First musician (Volcalist) and a fully met the ,requirements for
Term Avionics (AFTA) Class aviation antisubmarine warfare ammunition protection.
"B" course where she will study technician.

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Jax -Capt. Richard L. Barnes director.He You Want
assumed command of the Naval is assistant vice presidentwith on Something
Air Reserve Staff at NARU, Norris and Associates Insurance
relieving Capt. Raymond L. Inc. He is past
Anderson during change-of- president of Jacksonville LI III
command ceremonies, Saturdayat Kiwanis,a Navy League member
Hangar 113. and vice president of the Naval
The former NARS Inspector Air branch of the Naval Reserve
General will be aided by Capt. Association.PAY.
Uoyd M. Butler, his new chief of
staff.
DAY BEAT
Capt.Barnes affiliated with the
NARS in 1968 after serving with Jax This story goes back to
VP, Wing Staff and as com 1908 .when Congress actually
manding officer of HS-741 from forgot to appropriate any moneyto
1965-68. pay Army officers and enlistedmen.
Active in Marina and fishing .
activities, he is owner and After six months without pay, a
operator of the Venetian Shores sergeant major out for a walk
Fishing Center in Plantation Key. sighted his colonel, a very
The Captain is a member of the straight-laced man. Crossing the
Coast Guard Auxiliary and has street and saluting, the sergeantsaid
served on the Islamorada ; "Colonel, sir, I hate to
to Chamber of Commerce Board of bother you during off-duty hours
Directors and as treasurer of the but-look, sir, I'm broke"; can you :
Electric lend me some money?
Florida Keys
Association Board of Trustees. The colonel drew himself up Ij
haughtily. "Sergeant, get back
Capt.Butler sails into the Chiefof
where you came from. I'm
Staff billet as a submarine working this side of the street
officer and an aviation ground you work the other." (
officer. The ,Brown University
has served at NARU \
graduate '* '*
Jacksonville with Wing Staff and \
VA will issue an American
OPCON where he was commanding flag to the next of kin, ,close \ \
officer from 1968-1969. friend or relative to drape the pii'% % v
He was previously assigned with casket of an eligible deceased III \ *
NARS as special programs veteran.

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20 years of active' service. "fw\ick"ls: retiring to Northern California ICt
where he will pursue his civilian career.


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r e LT. C D. DICK was frocked to Samuel B. Desuto from AIMD,
LCDR. reenlisted for TWO more years. .. ,.1
AT3 Harvey L DUNCAN of VA-
174 reenlisted for SIX big years
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there's a very good chance there ways in which Eastern continues -

will be a seat waiting for you to serve the military

rather than you waiting for a seat. service.So. ITIT:-

(Since less people fly call Eastern or your PASTOR CECIL WIGGINS

during the early morning hours, JAMTO office for all the details. Sunday School f:4SA.M.
I there available You'll be Morning Worship 10:50 A.M.
: are more seats leaving a little Evening Service 7:30 P.M.

f during the early morning hours.) earlier, but then again, your

So on your next leave, leave will be a little longer.We .
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", off-hour flights to Atlanta. the extra time to spend you .. ,: r. & TVSERVICE

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::1 NENEP Applicants Sought


,. I Jax The Navy will begin The program is open to E-4s or NENEP curriculum.
screening applications on July 1 above on active duty who are U. Candidates must be high school

I for the Navy Enlisted Nursing S. born or naturalized citizens graduates with a C-plus average. ,
: Education Program,which offers under 24. Age waivers can be There are no restrictions on male ,? tw

I qualified men and women a free granted based on a year for each applicants' marital status, but
college education and admissionas year of fully transferable college women must be single to Join the
Nurse Corps ensigns. credits that can be applied to the program and must agree not to t
request discharge if they marry

:1 I RM Gets Field PromotionJax while obligation.For serving. their active duty T!

: details on this, see BuPers : ..,
Instruction 1120.37B.Project '

In Vietnam, it's not easy Petty Officer Sullivan was sent
for a sailor to call off the war to to Vietnam in February 1971 after Boost, the Navy'seducational f
take an exam. This is why the completing boot camp at program aimed at
Navy established the "field getting minorities into officer
Orlando. He worked at the Naval
promotion" program, to Communications Center at training programs will go Coed ,6

recognize outstanding Navymenwho Cam Ranh Bay, where his this fall.Three.
may be unable to take the commanding officer recom women -a Navy seaman
apprentice and two civilians
exam. mended him for advancement
RM2 Arthur A. Sullivan, who is based stirctly on his outstanding have already been chosen along
assigned to the station's Com performance. with 67 men for 'Boost' and will
munications Center is report to NTC San Diego in
one Sullivan was fully qualified to
Navyman to get that well be advanced but was unable to August. E'it7 ..
deserved meritorious ad- take the February exams. There they will study the same "
vancement for service in Vietnam curriculum as the men at Boost'spreparatory
He was assinged to the Centerat "
school to qualify for
,
the time Vietnamese Navymenwere "
\
into the Naval
acceptance
being trained to take over
Credit UnionThe Academy, NROTC and NESEP.
the Center operations, and was
Women became eligible for
Jax Navy often required to instruct them in -
Project Boost this year as a .....-
Federal Credit Unionat his work. He was re-assigned result of recommendations froma
NAS Jacksonvilleis here in January when the facilitywas minority women retention HOPE CITED Comedian Bob Hope receives the National Marine

open from 9 a.m. turned over. to the Vietnamese study group with the CNO. Corps Scholarship Foundation's Globe and Anchor award plaque from
Navy.A Project Boost is in its third General Robert E. Cushman Jr., Commandant the Marine Corps,at
4:30
: Monday
p.m. local resident, RM2 Sullivanis
year and it is specially designedfor the annual Leatherneck Ball in Garden City, N.Y. Hope received the
through Friday. The the son of Mrs. Sylvia Sullivanof
racial and ethnic minoritieswho award for his perennial entertainment of American servicemen at
1645 W.35th St. in Jacksonville.He .
Roosevelt Mall officeis
is a graduate of Matthew W. are unable to get into the bases throughout the world. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt.P. .
open Monday Gilbert Sr. High School. Navy officer training programs. J. LaBrecque)

through Friday from Before joining the Navy in July -- -
10 a.m. 5:30: p.m., 1969, he graduated with a
and on Saturday from bachelor's degree in political
science from Florida A & M '- '. '
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Guaranteed against all road hazards and defects for the life of the )45titntait
original tread. If tire falls,we will,at out option, repair It free or replaceIt South '
charging only for the tread worn on a pro.rata share of the exchange fr
price plus tax.Guaranteed .
against wear-out for a specified number of miles. If tread 1I
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Wheels For Jaxjax I


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.- The Transportation by radio and are con-
Division of stantly moving from one
Public Works could easilybe spot to the next.
considered one of the The same constant
busiest activities aboard moving holds true for the

NAS Jacksonville, and four heavy trailer
t when you consider all the operators who make

activities aboard NAS Jax, anywhere from 18-26
_
that's a pretty big piggyback moves a day.
statement. The moves may occur
1 e James T. Kelly, MelvinF. right on base or they may

t\ Rhoden and Douglas have to move something
McIntyre are the three from downtown to
DISPATCHERS Metvin F. Rhoden James T. Kelly, and Douglas Mcintyre handle Trart dispatchers of the Transportation Mayport or to one of the
portation's SO-100 calls per day inquiring about the use of the 45 vehicles at their disposal.; Division who various activities at NAS

handle between 80-100 Jax that they carry supplies
calls day inquiring to.
1- The Sweetside Lament"Cry I about per the use of the 45

vehicles at their disposal. Transportation also

softly now," old Greybeard told "Strange beauty that the dreamer knows. When they receive a callit loans out vehicles on a
Hit hazel eyes were tinged with red That precious love and perfect grace; can range anywherefrom temporary basis from dayto
A tear fell on hit ancient cheek Strange beauty dealt me savage blows someone needing a day and week to week to
And shaking. hand moved it away. And emptiness was in their place." ride to the other side of the Jax personnel with
"Give me ear and hear me speak,
I have so many debts to pay." Old Greybeard slumped and looked away. base to picking up a government licenses when
"I dream," he said, "no less today, piggyback trailer full of the vehicle is going to be
A young man stood and offered wine 1 dream of holding near to me supplies.The used for official business.
"It's yours," he said, "as It was mine." That sunshine that she's let me see. two taxi drivers at Visiting officers are also
The bottle touched old Greybeard's lips I dream of giving life away, loaned vehicles
Transportation on special
And seemed to give him strength anew; And that alone might set me free carry
He shivered as he rose and said, To love the life she's given me." authorized personnel who request. Whenever a
"My song begins with pain insteadOf need transportation to any vehicle is loaned out, the
your sweet favours dearest friend But cry ye now your bitter tears point at NAS as long as it is dispatchers must log the
So heed me thus and pay me welL" And save your dreams for other years requested by his leading condition of the vehicle,
And hold close the
ye coming day chief or specific duty of- the mileage, the
For wouldn't them
"I've seen the sun as raindrops fell one among say;
Making cold my private hell ficer. They also carry destination and the return
When dreamed the dreamer all tqo late "Old Greybeard's dreams have gone to dust ferry pilots and captainsand time. When you considerthe
Of gentle song and kinder fate A little faith, a little trust above to many places 45 vehicles availableand
Than whose cherished sound They have their in
laughter soft place company
off station. Upon special the fact that
Was lost amidst such stony ground." With loving her that files so free." every
joe Beau request they may also movement of the
have to take someone as piggyback trailers .must

far away.as Pensacola or also ,be logged, it adds up
5'i ca fec.e..lus Standing Boulevard Albany, Ga. The taxi to a lot of work to con-
i House of Quality Foods Cedar Phone 771 72J Center vehicles are connected to stantly keep up with for
the Transportation office the three dispatchers.
Every FRIDAY Night is
Every SATURDAY Night is FAMILY NIGHT

Your choice of OCCvf: B CI'J; OwJ: 0 G.XA.
STEAK 179 Chicken & MILLION :N1LLI6N

I Dumplings 7 i9 GIVE YOUR IDEA AN OPPORTUNITYTO

NIGHT Chopped Steak MAKE A MILLION FOR YOU

PRODUCT & IDEA: Call or Writ
% Lb. Club Steak with Baked_ Potato ...and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter DEVELOPMENT International AWco Inc.
M4 Univ.Blvd.S.
LUNCH 11 AM til2 PM DINNER 4 PM til 8 PM RESEARCH ;y 'c Jacksonville 322U737JISI
MANUFACTURING AIDCO
PLACING (
Wifch For Our Luncheon Meat Spec caW'centi Moo Thru Sat MARKETING
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No Fault Insurance For EveryoneDon't HOURS SPECUUTY: I ,. Analyzed Electronically .

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get caught short..BUY NOW! 0 as >Frtday 4 pm 11,15, ark With All Purchases 4
Closed t'utday$ $alurdav 4 pm 12:45bm / riW-
STATE, FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE: I INSURANCE CO. t. + 4447 SAN JUAN AVE. ;
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AIR NEWS.LATWINGERp
PAGE 8 JAX -

Exchange ExplainsJax Pricing Policy I


The pricing Price differences at creased in price right
various Exchanges for the around payday. Such an
at the Navy
regulations
occur increase is merely coin-
item may
caused on same
has ,
Exchange certain amountof when Exchanges buy cedintal; it is not part of
occasion,a
confusion our merchandise at different the Exchange pricing
authorized customers.among times, during which times policy. From time to time,

Price differences for the the price for a particularitem the Navy Exchange may

same item at various amy go up or down. receive a special
Exchanges promotional offer from the
times and at different Additionally, some
_., Exchanges appear to be which vary in vendor of a particularitem.
order larger For a certain
I Sl N 11 areas which cause some size, may
Rr misunderstanding.The quantities than other amount of time, this

Navy Resale Exchanges, thereby particular item will be

System Office (NRSO) in qualifying for quantity offered to Exchange
New York sets the markupthat discounts or transportation patrons at a reduced price.
will be applied to each savings. These At the end of the

category of merchandiseto savings are then passed promotion, the price of the

obtain the selling priceof along to Exchange patronsin item must once again be
MAKING PROGRESS.The new$100,000 bus stop at the main gate is an item. The same the form of lower prices.At raised back to its pre-
progressing toward its July completion date. The fullyairconditioned.
certain items promotion selling price.
tables used times,
facility located near the HAS ticket office is being built by the city of markup are by
Jacksonville. all Navy Exchanges. may appear to have in- This sometimes happensat
payday time. It is

which the
laro.d't something over
Navy Exchange has no

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ThenewPolow ViolationsJax Traffic





-The following is a reportof
motor vehicle accidents and
traffic violations for the period of
for : June 511.
price Number of Accidents
This Period 6.
This Period a year ago 4
Total accidents this year 184.
Total accidents through this

-. period last year 139.
Total number of days since last

thegoodtimeA injury in a motor vehicel accident 18.

Number of days since an injury
last year at this time 24.
;< Number of Violations
This Period 54.
Speeding 13.
Reckless driving 1.
:' *;. camera. Going through stop sign 7.
Other Violations 33.
", Twenty-three drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon

.... June 15. Disposition of the
cases included the following:
: Eighteen lost driving and
"
\ :'.! parking privileges aboard the
; station for various periods; six
were assigned to complete an
'
.' f' eight-hour in remedial
'H. course
driving; none received
0195
suspension; eight were given
warnings; two were dismissed;
There's no"suggested / This is a brand new two were fined (U.S.
list price"for a good time. f =*" model, Polaroid's Square Magistrate); and six were
You can't buy M referred to commanding officers
one. Shooter 2 Land camera.
But when you find one,only And it:uses our less expensive square for Twenty-three possible disciplinary drivers action.were

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Polaroid's on-the-spot color 25 ** points.
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Electronic shutter electric eye,
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JohOpenings ,i l Ilan Supply Clerk. Is' / "




Civilian of Month; ,



Jax-Here are the latest Jax Maxine Boatwright, a former bookkeeper who gave up a
openings in the Merit promising career in politics to join Civil Service at NAS Jacksonville,
Promotion Program for has been named Civilian of the Month for May.
NAS Jacksonville 'civilian Mrs Boatwright, who was city judge for Orange park from 1957 to
employees: 1961, began her civil service career six years ago at the Supply
Refrigeration Mechanic Department.
Foreman, WS-9, 6-28-72 Today, she is a supply clerk with the Control Division, Receipt
A-C ,Launching and Control Branch, Voucher Payment and Follow Up Section.
Arresting Devices According to her supervisor's report,she has the heaviest workloadin
Mechanic, WG-10, 6-29-72 the unit and has no known record of lost discounts.She .
Check the official maintains files, edits and codes contract receipt documents,
bulletin boards in your reports to contractors when material does not meet purchase order
work areas for these an specifications, edits ducuments to process money value only and
nouncements at least oncea "_."., ;- processes contractors' invoices for payment. She also initiates
week. If interested in MILSCAP reports and follow up on material past due.
applying for a job, contact iI' Mrs. Boatwright,a mother of three, said that she became involvedin
the Employment Office, .r.' :, politics when her father, a former city judge, died. She served his
term and ran for her own in 1957.
Ext. 3448 the
or Rating
CIVILIAN Is for-
OF THE MONTH for May Maxine Boatwright a
Branch at Ext. 2320. She gave up politics, she explained, because she wanted to stay in
mer city ludge for Orange Park before joining Civil Service at NAS
the area,where she has lived all her life.You're .
I Jacksonville. Mrs. Boatwright, clerk at the Supply Department
named top civilian for excellent work during her six years at the


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10 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


I Navy Helps Celebra te Jacksonville Sesquicentennial I

United States
The
Jax- I!!: '
Navy and Marine Corps
play a large role in
Jacksonville so it was only t
fitting that they lead off I A
the big Jacksonville .
Sesquicentennial: paradelast i
week.A q1
1 1o formation of A-7s and ,, ., I I1
v wt
A-4s followed by a P-3 flew 4Jt..f
t 1
over the parade route as it 'r 1': r 4
v .'..f. ,
r .. got underway as a saluteto ,,1 "11.1 V
liI/I/INI the city.Secretary. r t

_of the Navy,
John W. Warner rode in w 1

., the first car as the Grand
I Marshall of the parade. t .' .;
Close behind him were "', ,t
the only two Vietnam
Aces, Lt. Randy Cunningham

Secretary Warner, William Driscoll and ,Ltjg who) Marine Corp Color Guard

were honorary guests.
Grand Marshall The Marine Corps Color
Guard and marching unit
marked the beginning of

$ "..,'"....,:,,,",, .1'. ,," the floats and other bands,
'
.,, \ J< '\'"., including a Navy band,
.,t, :'t that would soon follow.
The reviewing stand for {
the parade was also well 1 +' .Y ,: rr

represented by the Navy "
,q xt a I Ik f oI
with RAdm. LawrenceGeis

Commander Fleet w
Air Jacksonville, and two
k b 'al :y
former Admirals,
Jacksonville University "-s: rd4
president, Dr. Robert H. ___
Spiro, who served as r a
chairman of the

sesquicentennial and
Robert Stroh, chairman of
the parade committee. A
third former admiral, Aces chat with
Robert Ingle served as
special events chairmanfor viewers."N
Navy Vietnam Aces the celebration. parade .

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cyclones in which winds reach
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I No Residence Limits

.
'
AUGUST PRIMARY ELECTIONS--1972
Set For Future Voters ,

STATE DATE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENT TO REQUEST AN ABSENTEE MAIL DEADLINE BY
FOR SERVICE PERSONNEL BALLOT, SEND A COMPLETED FPCAtTO: WHICH BALLOT VOTED MUST Jax A law passed by Congress since the last

WEll REACH ELECTION presidential election, section lWSaa-1 of title 42, United
,, ,, OFFICIALS
States Code makes it possible for every citizen of the
.ALASKA 2Z AUI Must register before Lieutenant Governor Pouch AA, Postmark on enve- ,
..t .. absentee ballot can be Juneau, Alaska 99801Board lope returning United States to vote for president and vice president
I, sent. To register, send voted ballot
'i,, a Federal Post Card must be no later without regard to lengthy residence requirements or

Jt t;: R. Application Lt. Governor,(FPCA Pouch) to AA, than 22 Aug. where he may be in the world at election time. it does so !

Juneau, Alaska 99801. If length of residence requirements and by ,;
by abolishing
,' ,. unregistered, separate
'1! "' 1'1 FPCAs are required to .. requiring States to have absentee registration and i ivoting I
"" register and to apply
', elections. ;
I' for an absentee ballot. procedures for presidential
... See ;
Note (n July 1972) "
Perhaps as many as 10 million days before the election, and ;

GEORGIA 8 AUI Must be registered SO of Registrars, countyof 7 P.M., Aug.S Americans who would have been wishes to be sure be is eligible to
"
days Note before(19 primary.See June 19721. of political residence.party Indicate in whose name disqualified from voting because vote, he should register in the

I primary it is desired to vote. of change of residence before'the State he is leaving. If he arrivesin

election or because of absence the new State prior to its
IDAHO 8 AUI / Uses executed affidaviton County Clerk, county of P.M., 7 Auf.
ballot return enve residence. from their home States at election closing date for registration he

I IOWA lope. I time will now have an opportunity can vote only at his new

I AUI Uses executed affidavit County Auditor, county of Before 1 Aug. to vote in the November residence rather than his old

I on lope.ballot return enve Clerk.residence, or City or Town presidential election. These residence, and must, of course,

changes will have a substantial register in his new State in orderto

KANSAS 1 AUI Registration is waived. Kansas Secretary 66612.of State Indicate, Topeka name, 12 noon, 31 July effect on Federal employees, do so. There is prohibition

of political partor affi many of whom may have moved against registering in two States

1 liation is desired in whose to vote.Clerk primary. it within the United States shortly (voting two States is, of course,

before the presidential election or prohibited), and by following this

LOUISIANA 151 AUI Must register before absen of District Court, parishof By 19 Aug. are overseas at election time. procedure a person avoids losinghis
tee ballot can be sent. To residence. (Orleans parish:
register, send FPCA to Civil Sheriff.) Federal employees should be opportunity to vote by missing
Registrar of Voters, paris: aware of these changes In registration in his new State.
of residence. See Note
(20 July 1972). After I registration and voting Absentee RegistrationEach
registering, use another requirements 10 they may
FPCA to ballot.
request
exercise their rights as citizens. State is required to havean

MICHIGAN 8 AUI State registration form : City or Township Clerk, placeof Before closing The principal features of the absentee registration
sent with absentee ballot. residence. of polls, 8 Aug. law
new are: procedure. Anyone who will be

MISSOURI 1 AUI Registration. is waived. Clerk of County Court or Boardof 4 P.M., 7 Aug.S Residence Requirements away from his State of residence
Election Commissioners, Length of residence
place of residence. during the registration period
for voting have
requirements should be encouraged to utilize
OKLAHOMA 22 AUI Registration is waived. Secretary, County Election P.M., 18 Auf. been abolished. In the past, many
This
Board. this procedure to register.
States required a voter to be a
provision will be of particular
TENNESSEE 3 Aug Registered when FPCA Election Commission, county of 10 ...., 3 Auf. resident of the State for a lengthy
to US. citizens,
request for absentee residence. importance manyof
ballot is accepted.Uses period (up to two years in one whom were previously unable to
State) to qualify to register and
WYOMING 22 AUI executed affidaviton County Clerk, county of resid Before 22 Aug. vote in presidential elections. In register while absent from their
ballot return envelope. ence. home State.
States there was also a
some
Each State is also required to
NOTE: Unregistered Ser- *Be sure you Bail FPCA to elec local residence requirementwhich
vice'Berbers must be tion officials so that ballotcan have an absentee balloting
registered by (date). be sent and voted ballot disqualified people who procedure for presidential
returned by deadline specified had recently moved from one
elections. Registered voters who
part of the State to another. All
will be absent from their election
these requirements have been
district on election day will be

Exercise Your Right To Vote abolished presidential elections.with respect to able to apply for an absentee

ballot during a period which will
States still close
may
not end sooner than seven days
registration for voting in
prior to the election.A .
( presidential elections 30 days
State extend this period
prior to the election although they may
closer to the election, but it
may, and many do, keep
cannot end sooner than seven
registration longer than
open
LEOPARD.r this.If. days prior to the election. The
voter must return the ballot to the
a person moves into a State .
election official not
appropriate
after Its registration is closed he f
later than the time of the closingof ei
may vote in person or by ab
sentee ballot In the State in whichhe the polls on election day.
The same rules apply to the
previously resided if he was
District of Columbia to the
as
registered to vote in that State

and for absentee voting if he States.

satisfies the absentee voting

s requirements of that state. Absentee The Veterans Administration

voting requires a timely department of medicine and surgery -

and proper application for an is testing a new system of

absentee ballott. recordkeeping capable of accommodating -

If he is unsure of the closing its one million hospital -

date in the State to which he is patients a year.

moving, is moving less than 30

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I 1 Consumer Protection

1f I I

f What You Should Know About FoodsJax


Can antibiotic substances be present in meat, In addition, there is new

milk and eggs as a result of antibiotics having been scientific informaion concerning

consumed by an animal or fowl? Is there a Federal the development of resistance of
., that bacteria and the abilityof
agency monitors ,antibiotic residues in products
bacteria to transfer this
j
\ placed on the consumer market? resistance. It is well establishedthat

\ Pr rL.w At present, the Food and Drug Residues persisted in milk from bacteria which are continually
exposed to antibioticstend
Administration is restrictingmore these animals for more than four
I to develop resistance to
o
; closely the ue of antibiotics days after the drugs were used.
these
in foodproducinganimals drugs.
'jI because of the potential The Agency taking steps now More recently, it has been
1IL health hazard when traces of to curtail other uses of antibiotic shown that this resistance can be

t these drugs remain in meat,milk products that present similar transferred by bacteria, even
and eggs. This policy may affect residue problems In meat, milk between species, through contactor
many of the antibiotic productsnow and eggs. conjugation. This transfer
used in livestock and poultryto Present RequirementsUnder factor can result in a more rapid

prevent or treat disease the Food, Drug and build-up of a drug-resistant
In 1965, the Commissioner of Cosmetic Act foods are bacterial population.
I Food and Drugs established an adulterated when contaminatedwith There is concern that

THANKS FOR HELP Captain and Mr$. John R. Kincaid, who advisory committee to review the unapproved residues of organizms of continuous ex-
sponsored NWCA, Jax 86 for the past two years, receive 'a surprise veterinary and one-medical uses drugs. For those antibiotic posure to antibiotics may move to
certificate and plaque from President Sharon King (I) in appreciation of antibiotics. In May 1966, after products cleared under the Food human beings and establish a
.
for their active support. The Kincaids were honored Monday morning thorough study and review, the Additive Amendments of 1958, resistant population. In addition, '
withdrawal periods are the population of resistant
at a special luncheon with club members. The captain will end his tour committee reported its concern '
as commanding officer of the station July 'l.DAGWOOD about the widespread use of these established to insure against any organisms in many may be
drugs, particularly in food- residues in foods or to keep maintained or expanded througha
producing animals. The com- residues at a low, safe level. constant low-level exposure to
mittee recommended a numberof There were, however, a numberof antibiotics from residues in food.
steps to provide more products' marketed prior to More restrictive 'use of antibiotics -
knowledge about the uses of these 1958 for which there were little or .In food-producing
drugs and to achieve improved no residue data. The data ac- animals. will reduce the potentialrisk

ITS ABSOLUTELY protection of the public health.In cumulated since 1966 show that to man from residues In
COME BACKTHAT'S / residues from loods.
( fl some antibiotics
August 1966, FDA notified
FREE Duration of Residues
FORSERVICEMEN continue to occur in foods long
manufacturers of antibiotic
/ YOUR ABSENTEE L THING THAT'S after the drugs are used. The persistence of antibiotic
BALLOTFREE/ drugs that they would be requiredto Potential Hazards residues in treated animals
\ submit data showing the length Antibiotic residues in foods varies widely beween drugs.
SEE YOUR IWJT VOTING of, time residues of these drugs pose a potential hazard to the Streptomycin, when used in
COUNSELOR FOR I DTAQa persist In treated animals. Firms health of man for several .combination with penicillin, has
were given 60 days to submit dataon reasons. been persisted even longer in the
products used in the cow udderto kidneys of treated animals.
Persons sensitive to drugs such
treat mastitis. Data on other Because it is not known how long
and
as penicillin
products was to be submitted in suffer adveraereactionsfrom streptomycinmay such residues remain after use of

180 days. foods that the drug, the FDA proposes to
residues
On the basis of the data sub- of eating these antibiotics.carry Continued restrict the use of streptomycinto

mitted on mastitis preparationsand to such non-food animals. As an aid in
the results of the FDA's own exposure drugs'also can enforcement, the Agency also
contribute to the development of
tests with these products, the sensitization, which means that proposes to restrict the size of the

Agency acted to end the use of subsequent use of the antibioticsto vials in which the drug is
distributed so it will be difficult to
antibiotic in
some preparations treat an illness could cause
the udders of cows because adverse reactions. treat considerable numbers of
(Continued on P. 14)

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Dental Officers Cited Here;


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Change Command Next Week


Jax .. NAS Jacksonville's Capt. McAleer, who has been Secretary of the Navy for

Dental Officer, Capt. Joseph assigned here since July 1969, establishing an effective patient
McAleer, and Capt. Carl received the Navy Corn education program for military
Wilhelm. who assumes thecommand mendation-his second-from Capt. personnel and their dependents

June., 30, were both John Kincaid, station com
\ J cited for their contributions. to the manding officer, last week. He
\'," ;..... Navy dental field. was presented; a Gold Star in lieu
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( ...., of a medal.
d dy 'e BUcLJtiSurgeon. During the same ceremony,
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u I I Meritorious Service Medal on
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:;. ( The By first Ed Beasley successful behalf of the President of the 0000
United States for outstanding
open-heart surgery was
I performed by a black man meritorious service in Naples, .
-"''' -Dr. Daniel Hale Wil Italy. Since June of 1969, he was
PIPED ASHORE CSl Ralph Sibley of the NAS Commissary Storeis
there the Dental
liams. Not surprisingly assigned as
piped ashore by fellow shipmates upon his retirement from the Q-I am a Vietnam veteran
he had to work his way Officer of the U.S. Naval Support
interested in training under the
I Navy after 20 years. through school, and in Activity during a very difficult GJ. Bill, but am not sure what

Wife Of Year ChosenJax 1883 he graduated from period. courses I should. take. Can VA
Chicago Medical College. "This period'was marked by an assist me?
Young Dr. Williams be-
extremely
(NAVNEWS) A Coast fathers were serving in Vietnamor gan to practice medicine, rapid population
with concurrent
Guard wife who takes retarded who abandoned expansion no
were by but no hospital In Chicago
If
increase in dental A-Yes. you're eligible for
children and teenagers fighting parents who couldn't cope withtltr allowed black doctors to department
his training under the G.I. Bill, you
to
drug problems into her home,has drug problems. operate; so he founded personnel, according may receive vocational counseling -
citation( Wilhelm
been named Military Wife of the Mrs. Tuller is a licensed pilot Provident Hospital in Capt. was without cost, at your nearest -
Year. and contestantas 1891i He also founded the commended for his exceptional
powderpuff derby VA office. A counselor will
first training school for foresight and initiative in expanding *
well as Civil Air Patrol help you to better understand
Mrs. Dorothy Ann Tuller, wife volunteer, bathing suit designer, black nurses. the dental program. your interests, aptitudes, and
of Chief Warrant Officer Steve photographer and ham radio One day in 1893 a man Capt. McAleer, who will be abilities, and provide informa
Tuller, was under considerationfor operator.She dying of a stab wound in retiring in the Jacksonvillearea, tion on occupations you might
the chest was rushed into was ,commended by the want to consider.
the honor with Army, Navy, follows Mrs. Jeannette M. Provident Hospital. Dr.
Air Force and Marine Corps Squires, wile of PersonnelmanFirst Williams, with six assist
nominees throughout the world. Class James M. Squires, ants, opened up the man's
CWO Tuller is stationed at the who won the title last year. chest and sewed up a hole I I
Naval School of Health Care The annual Military Wife of the in a main artery leading Know Your FoodContinued I
Administration at Bethesda, Md., Year'awards program has been from the exposed beating _
and shares his wife! dedicationto continuously sponsored as a heart. It created a sensation
troubled teenagers. public service by Stokely* and this great black ( from P. 13))

Although they have no VanCamp, Inc.,of Indianapolis in man, Dr. Daniel Hal
children, the Tullers have cooperation with the Department Williams, made hlstof7.I large animals with streptomycin marketed under exemptions will
befriended many children whose of Defense. products. be subject to regulatory action
180 days after such exemptionsare
revoked.
Other Steps Taken

FDA's statement of policy on The Agency will initiate actionto

,','\ '://i !:& :'Ji&: ''I\WW;; { ::{;:i ;; \\&f"N''fii; t ljVf.j:1'. : > ;,3J.l.ii: steps antibiotics the Agency outlines will a number take .of to regulations revoke or or amend to withdraw antibiotic ap,

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new food additive regulations. means evidence of their safety
Op4 Antibiotic preparations now and effectiveness is required.

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your own hours, and your effort purchase of land for future use or ,O'Neill & Payne, Inc. cast. "PG" (80 min.) ,r.
determines your pay Call Aft. 4:30: profit Also homes of value, FHA or 1147 So. Edgewood Ave. HOSPITAL: "SUMMER OF : .
VA financed, In all sections 388.9311MOBILE ,
264 2032. of City. '42" TICKETS ON SALE ""AT
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trucks. $2. per hr. Must have tran. Wynne Realty of Florida, Inc. TRAILER- -: TRY"Color Adventure, Starring, Three Dog Night -June 30 $5.00

sportatlon. 3534641. 389.5514 Realtors 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern Steve Forrest and Vera Miles. Pro Football Game August 5 -

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FULL High Commission TIME.PART Security TIME SALES Field HOSPITAL: "MUSIC CITY Jax Suns -50 cents each for home

354-5450 HIDDEN WATERS 1 Acre Mobile home tracts In Sun. U.s.A." games ':; rt
Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots nyslde .
Farms., Call 264.2086. ,. to;.
available. Excellent fishing boating, ., '
MALE HELP WANTED ; t. \!) !
swimming. Mobile Home area. High, "....
Air Cond., Malnt Man. 733.0774. Bam- wooded lots. E.Z terms. One mile E. SHORT OF CASH'RENTING' "

30pm: Mon.-Frl. Lake Asbury on No. 209, LeRue. 725- .', ,
3992. Use our Rental Purchase Planto
MISCELLANEOUSA get Into a home of your own.
Price Mobile Home Center ( ]e U
WE BUY SELL EQUITIES' 10607 Atlantic Blvd.
RECORDEDMESSAGE BY A Call us for quick service. Sax 721-2444
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells Morrison I.Taylor, Inc.
you how you may become a 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. 68 RITZ CRAFT
DISC JOCKEYCall 771.3052 737-3844 2BR, IVj bath, 12x60, Unf.$250.equity, 1'7'
355-2944 any hourVAAPPROVED take over pmts. 772.0510.

2BR.MOBILE HOME
For Veterans and serviceman NEW HOMES $1000. or trade for what have you. 781-

3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built-In-Range, 3260.s
GEORGE'S KENNELS Cetn. Heat, Prices from $19,900.
: Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Terms. Edw. 0. Lyon, Broker. 389- 46 RITZ CRAFT i
, Pick up & Delivery. Available. 0361. 10 x 57, 3BR, Exec cond., Many ex-
Grooming, Defining & Bathing. tras. Call 771.9278.

. Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 LAKE LOCHLOOSA 2BR TRAILERPvt. I
Fenced lot,water furnished, near
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064.
Lot with mobile:' home, patio, well
bases. Couple only $90. 7729839.
house & dock. R. E. Mitchell 7712497.

NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO 72ART LINE
12x50,2br, lived in 2 weeks. Refinanceor
Consoles, some with AMFM, tape
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate pay equity and assume pmts.

stock. Full,warranty I Phone 771.0409. 549.53. 7721282 ) !I"
PRESCOTTARIZONAOffers 71 DOLPHIN 'I THINK I I'VE GOT ONE SPOTTED[ GAR6
best climate in the state.
12x65,2BR,2b., Cent Air & Heat, C. U.flnan.clng. .
Historic old ranch developed Into 2-
LIVE CRABS .
Take over pmts. Aft. 12 733-
Wilford's Fish acre homesltes near Prescott
Camp
5807
264.9707SINGER National Forest. Two acreas: $19995 -. 1.f .
low terms. For full details write Mrs. I'
A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 TRANSPORTATION

TOUCH & SEW North 7th St., Phoenix 85006.DEARABBY --- 'II'II"-(

Makes all types fancy designs. But. HONDA 750 '
tonholes, stretch stitch, winds bobbin
Inside machine. Like New Respon 72'/ model. Take up payments. Call

sible party to take up pmts. of J8. per I lust had to tell someone about this 388.4084.

"io. Rayfields. 6437 Wilson Blvd. home, can you imagine 3BR, 2 bath, 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511

fam. rm., Cent H&A, fenced yard, 71 VW CAMPMOBILE
patio & attached garage, alt In a Cream Puff. 11,000 miles, pop top, w- OPEN DAILY TO8:30.SATURDAY 8 TO5
LAWN MOWING & EDGINGcall choice location, for only $21,500. 7035 side tent. Low price. 389 5404 SUNDAY 1 T06 PM
Hart Biddy lane Be the first to call.
771.3211 Ext. 8340 Louise T. Bailey 1965 VW SEDAN 69 AUSTIN HEALY SPRITE, 23,000 $1495

Broker. 771.3605 A-l condition, new engine, Blue, two, miles Yellow, sharp.
new tires, R&H, private'owner, $495.
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER Phone 264.2682. 69 CHEVELLE WAGON, 8 cyl., AT, PS, $1595

Original cost over $200. Looks & runs RETIRING R&H
like' brand new.Cash balance J89.9S,or 4 lots, 2 mobile homes, 12x60 & 10xSO, 45 H P MERC.OUTBOARD
J7.50 mo. Rayfields 7717891. set up for 3rd trailer. Fish pond, 1962, elec. start, controls Excellentski 71 VW BUS Blue $2695

welding shop, paint shop, gar. & shed., motor, $175. 3spd. boys Banana 71 VW STA WGN., 16,000 miles, AT, R&H $2895
20x70. Downtown Live Oak, Fla. seat bicycle. 264.3338.6nOYOTA .
4 WORMS-BIG, FAT i SASSY $18,000 cash. 30 acres Hlway front. 69 SQUAREBACK, AC, R&H, AT, Low $2195

to 5" Africans. Bulk 85 cents-100 S.W. of Lake City $450. per acre. 80 LANDCRUISERSt Mileage
(min. 300) or 55 cents cup. (50)), Also acres / ml. river frontage, hi & trans., wheel drive, new eng.,
3774.Bedrun (Mixed sizes) 61000. 781 rolling land. $45,000. 3 bdrm. 2 bath, starter, ,& tires. Stereo tape.deck, 70 MAVERICK, Red, 2Dr.AC, Sharp! $1595
Dr. S Normandy Village, 8020 Patou hardwood floors, $15,000 $2500. call bet. 1pm.. and aft. 11pm. ,,'.'

Call Dot Ledbetter, Broker,724-5028 or 7711215. 70 VW, Fastback, Blue, 23,000 miles, R&H, $1800
781.9385.
)0"x30" FRIGIDAIRE RANGE 70 VW BUS, R&H $2012
*30. Pencrest washing mach. $20. Bothin 48 PLY.SPORT FURY -
> working order, but needs reparl. 383,Good condition 68 V W CAMPER, Nice i $2295
3880664. NEAR NAS 4 CECIL $850. 384.1986. '
R&H Blue $2895
68 VW, Sedan '
3BR, w.den, very neat & clean. The

3 PART SHEPARD PUPS price Is what you'll like. VA$16,500. 72VW BUS 68 VW, Sedan, R&H, Blue $1250

will make good watch. dogs. Call 387. Call to see, 2144 Lavelle St. all luxuries, only 5 mo. old( $3800. Nice
1163 aft. 4 p.m. Louise T. BaileyBroker Air, Selection of other Model VW'sIiIiJIJIh'b
*"-*,"* or best offer. 70 TR6, Good coed,
$2200. or best offer. Going overseas.
BABYSITTINGPreschoolers 772.3248. I4I.
or summer
vacationers, In my home. Mon. .Frl.. ORTEGA HILLS WATERFRONT We gave them the VW '14 point Safety and Performance: Inspection.Then .
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call 244 4420. 3 B R,2 bath house 470PELRALLYE ,we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
Avail.about July 1 33000 miles, new clutch, front disc And guaranteed them 100 p"ercen(for the repair or replacement of all
Light THE SSS HAULING CO. $190.mo. 7727478CANYOUBELIEVEIII brakes, 36MPG, $400. down and pick maior mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles..Come on In and
hauling Delivery, move port. double check.
$41.04. 7844040 aft. 6.
Up pmts. ,
wags.. Anytime.Reasonable. 781-3240 '>
or 3880932.) ENGINETRANSMISSIONREAR AXLE*FRONTAXLE
ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
3BR brick home, w.den, for only 71 CRAFT
ALPINE $14,500. Must be sold to settle estate. 135 Merc eng., power trail, bilge
Local moving & storage specialist. Immediate possession. pump, rigged for offshore, galvanized
Licensed and Insured.! 355.4357 or 354- Louise T. Bailey trailer, exec cond., 772-9958 aft. 4pm.
1022, Nights 771.8949. Broker 7J1.3605




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I&iTii Marines Cited.O f' 0



Jax Two Navy officers at trlbutlons In support of the friendly forces were able to
l riCEUR have been cited for Vietnamese Navy's river Interdiction locate and destroy an enemy
\" heir outstanding service in programs. watermine factory, discover
.vy A /ietnam. According to his citation accompanying newly introduced weapons and
Lt. Frank Wilkins received the the award, "by his successfully neutralize enemy
3ronze Star Medal with Combat timely reporting of operational activities in his area of respon-
'V" for meritorious service in intelligence, astute analysis of sibility."
Vietnam from April 1971 to enemy tactics and interviewswith .He was also cited for his
January this year, prior to prisoners and Hoi Chanhs patience, tact and understanding
fi ." a :reporting for duty here. in establishing a rapport with his
RANK BOOST Newly promoted LCpl. Manuel McKnight of .Lt. Wilkins served as Naval Vietnamese counterparts"enabling -
Sebring, Fla., gets help from Lt. Col. Carl Bergstrom Jr. (Cr), CO of Intelligence Liaison Officer at Cu him to
Chi, Hau Province, and educate them In the
Nghia proper
MARTD, and detachment Sergeant Major Dan Hill in pinning on the
made many substantial con- functions of a Naval Intelligence
chevrons of his new rank. .
Liaison Officer."By .

I 11 Primaries Slated For August .9 citation his, "he actions significantly," read his

enhanced the Vietnamese Navy
Jax Eleven states will hold deadlines to be observed in specifies July23. d intelligence collection capability
primary elections in August 1972- returning voted ballots to election Eligible voters who wish to and contributed to the accelerated
.. -Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, officials. register and vote by absentee turnover of intelligence
Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Three states have registration process should allow enough timein assets to the Vietnamese."
Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennesseeand deadlines for absentee voters. mailing Federal Post Card LCdr. Theodore Wallace also of
Wyoming.The Georgia requires that Applications (FPCAs) so that FICEUR,received a Gold Star in
primary election charton registration be completed by ballots can be sent to them and pp'" leiu of a second Navy Commendation
P.12 gives registration and June 19; Louisiana observes July the voted ballots can be returned Medal with Combat
voting details, with particular 20 as its cutoff date, and Alaska ahead of the specified deadlines. "V"- for meritorious service in
Vietnam from April 1971 to

VETERANS Enroll this week. II March this year.
: .. He served as Intelligence
: Officer to Commander, Coastal

Make Self Improvement Your Part-time Job! Lt. Wilkins and Surveillance Advisor to Force Assistant(CTF-115)Chief of)

Lj, ." Naval Operation, Sea Operations

(Evenings only) aMr Command.He was .cited "unexcelled

professionalism, leadership and
Business Administration devotion to duty."
Study at Massey this
According to his citation, he
summer and earn $243 per month or more from
provided timely and accurate
.:; attending ONLY EVENING CLASSES. Qualify intelligence to the Commander
:- as a full-time classes per week and EARN... Coastal Surveillance Force which
',:-:" yfc/.. Monthly Income No. of Dependents mx 3p helped his unit meet Its I
$243 3 operational commitments duringa
> f
period of accelerated Viet- \
$279 5 namizatlon.

$305 7 .He was attributed for ensuringan
accurate assessment of enemy
SATURDAY CLASSES Call Today' 356-8402 movements, strength and In
tentlons In all,coastal cones In
4NO the Cam Ranh Special Sectors
and volunteered for many
collateral duties In addition to his

MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE ,=,_1 own.
FOUNDED 1894 148 E. 7th Street /356-8402 .. "ltt AT MATSG GySgt. Kenneth R.
LCdr. WalilceRENT Moran retired from the Marine
Corps after a 20 year career. The
37-year-old Leatherneck was
assigned to MATSG awaiting
IT retirement, following a tour of
duty with MAG-11 in Iwakuni,
Japan.

and Make Reservations NOW Michael Two Marine Boudreaux students and, LCpls.Frank

Bakaovic, were meritoriously
for the Fourth of July Weekend promoted to their present ranks
for excelling in AE "A" School at
NATTC while participating on
the Drill Team. Both men
/ maintained near 80 averages.
Going fish in,....hunting? Planning trip? Two other Marines received
Then see your UNITED RENT-ALL Dealer.He has the r meritorious promotions for
outdoor gear you need,when you need it... I graduating as Top Marines in
Portable Ice Chests Cartop Carriers their classes. LCpls. Charles W.
Folding Cots Tent Stakes / u
I Campbell of AE "A" School and
Sleeping Bags Propane Stoves
Sleeping Bag Liners Propane Lanterns ._. ,r" William D. Cornwell of AO "A"
Tents(Umbrella,Cabin types) School averaged 85.58 and 81.54
..and he will save you money,too I respectively.
Your UNITED RENT-ALL Dealer says, "When You MATSG concluded it's Navy
Need It...Rent It!I".,.because: 0 / Relief campaign last Wednesdaywhen
; Purchasing/ ;Camping Gear Is Expensive ,a they presented their
r, Upkeep Costs Are Budget-Shattering commanding officer, Lt. Col.
: Infrequently Used Items Take Up Valuable Teichmann, with $1550. in cash.
t': I: Storage Space 'Ti
i i Need additional"convinces"See your friendly
1' (he likes sportsmen) UNITED RENT-ALL Dealer

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JAX AIR NEWS
-LATWINGER PAGE 17


News'Briefs V lr Credit Union Only Way, .


Says Pleased Navyman .


(Continued from P. 16)) Jax SKC Sanford G. Federal Credit Union. '

GySgt. William Briant, key Williams of Aviation While discussing another

man coordinator for the drive, Support Division at Supply loan with Loan Officer

made the presentation with 15 of says he's a firm believer in Joyce Jeffers he '
Their total >
collection his key men was present.108 percent of their credit unions -- par- discovered that the Credit

assigned goal. n7.W# 0 ticularly Jax Navy Union also makes loans on

GySgt. Floyd Alford, a key hMA Federal Credit Union. mobile homes. "I couldn't '

man, was presented an 8-Track "Nine years ago I was believe how much my
stereo tape deck -AM-FM radioas stationed at NAS present financing was
a prize for his part in the drive.,
Jacksonville and belongedto costing me" says Chief
had the lucky ticket
The Gunny "
the Credit Union Williams "until Mrs.
for the deck which was the fourth ,
prize given.AT says Chief Williams. "At Jeffers showed me what

VP-56,Cdr. Hugh Fillingane,, the time, however, the same loan would cost

commanding officer, i membership in the Credit through the Credit Union.

congratulated ten of the squadronmen Union had to be ter- Credit life insurance, for

for a job well done. __ minated when the memberwas example, was costing $750
LCdr.R.J.Arnold received the I Ia
transferred out of the
Vietnamese Armed Forces Honor J while at the Credit Union

Medal (First Class)and Lt.B.W. area. Now, I understandthat his insurance is free. "The ";j

Jacobs received the Navy the 'once a member, total finance charge ...J.I

Commendation Medal. always a member' concept saving at the Credit Union 1

Letters of Appreciation went to prevails, which permits over a 10-year period was ,'.' :
AW2 M. E. Kimball, AWCS F. Credit Union members to ;
$1,320 and on top of that ;
Fritz,AWl R.L. Bateson,AWl B.
J. Robinson and AW2 M. A. maintain their mem- my payments'were : :
Worthington.Three bership for life even reduced from $113 to $102: :': I

men were' advanced to though they are no longer per month!' ::
second class aviation anlt stationed in Jacksonville."

submarine warfare technician. When Chief Williamswas Chief Williams stated, "I

They are Petty Officers Ziglar,J: IIc- transferred back to have always felt that a ,
A. Smith and R. A. Underwood. __ I
DURING WEEKEND DRILL Jacksonville in January he credit union was a great I

two men at MARTD were ANOTHER STEP UP-Sgt. George Shiffer receives congratulation decided to buy a mobile benefit for servicemenbut, :::

promoted to their present rank at and a warrant promoting him to his present rank at MARTD from home. Financing was after my recent ex- :

Marine Attack Squadron 142. Ma|. Donald Stanton, detachment executive officer. arranged through a local perience with Jax Navy

First Sgt. Richard L. Tobin financier. Federal Credit Union, I

from Miami Shiffer Beach were and both Sgt. Shortly after making his am ready to tell anybodywho
George
"Straight facts"from the mobile home purchase, asks me about the
promoted.
Earlier this month, LCpl. Dop::: e ComFalrJax Drug A warenew Team" Chief Williams again many advantages of credit ::

I Manuel McKnight of Sebring, joined the Jax Navy union membership." ., ':
Fla., was also promoted to his .. j
I present rank. * *>tttk ** * * * t "
'
THREE NATTC MEN have .'
a DAWN ,
to their ,
been promoted present
OnDope ,.
ranks recently. They are W-ls '

James Cain, Michael Poutree DIANO,. 1
and Bobbie Plummer.
.
"Miss Nude *
Prior to his promotion Mr. Galaxy" ..
Cain formerly a chief ord- SIX NIGHTS WEEKLY. ? "1
nanceman was an instructor at It only takes about three or four days to build a tolerance to LIMITED ENGAGEMENT J
AO "B" School. With his LSD and once there is a tolerance to a hallucinogen there is a ,.

promotion however, comes a tolerance to all hallucinogens. TOPLESS.
transfer to the First Lieutenant :
Division where he will relieve GO-GO GIRLS"
CWO-2 David Stahl as First r C nuutshwtlPM.2AM IN THE LOUNGE 4-8 P.M., f''.
SPEAKEASY ROOM ,-
Ueutenant. "
Michael Poutree, a former TIIE p it
NATTC Serviceman of the 0ut of SIGHT LOUNGE ,

Quarter, was promoted from GIFTS I*** 1080 CASSAT AVE. 388-9016* ****
AOl. Also an AO "B" School {ROWSERSWEICOMED
instructor until his promotion,
the new warrant officer is now an *Nautical Charts Outriggers Nautical Wear ?
tBurgte'Jackets
.Paints Fish Boxes EI WESTSIDE 10SQ110
assistant safety officer. *Hardware Skill Table Wear IV.MUOI. i
Bobbie Plummer was ad I .Repair Material .Accessories Other Goodies HOUSE OF QUALITY SERVICETO j
vanced from AEC to AECS June wET STORAGE.MARINE HOISTS.HULL SERVICE.YACHT BROKER
1, but received his promotion to EXPERT ENGINE U@VICI.OUTBOARD.MOTORS CANOES STERN and DRIVE TRAILERS INBOARD 'Avenue
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS. YOTA SALES & SERVICE
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Duerk the Navy's first Seats
woman admiral ,was "frocked"by White Wall Tires ,
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her post as Director of the Navy Wheelcmvers U P TO 34 MIPHON&3394561
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PAGE 18 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER
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Editorial The LawFor !

Cast-Off UniformIs _

the recordhere's the

Illegal FashionJax way worded the: Federal Law is I II

"Whoever in place I
Some young Americans have Either way, he must pay. any
turned on to a new fashion kick Many Installations throughout the within the jurisdiction of II
recently wearing military garb, United States will soon begin en. the United States or in the r I
such as Army field jackets, fatigue forcing the law prohibiting the Canal Zone, withoutauthot'ity Kri
shirts and distinctive unit Crests and unauthorized wear of uniforms and f fe
the
patches.But parts of uniforms,so keep In mind that wears
unknown to the majority of uniform or a distinctive
MAY NOT with civilian
wear
these fashion.fadders Is the fact that you part thereof or anything
clothes, the class A uniform blouses
wearing certain items of military insignia to Include shoulder patches, similar to a distinctive partof
apparel may qualify them as violatorsof unit crests, rank, "U.S." and branch the uniform of any of the
previously obscure state and
Federal laws.Consider distinctions service or overseas Armed Forces of the
caps and field jackets with patches,
the case of a recently United States, Public
labels and rank still affixed. You
discharged veteran who was fined for I
Health Service
MAY wear stripped field lackets, or any
wearing part pf a uniform. He may
fatigues and khakis. auxiliary of such, shall be
have been ignorant of the law, as are
many of the people setting and For your own sake and the sake of fined not more than $250 or

following this trend, or he may have your dependents, be sure any military imprisoned not more than
deliberately intended to degrade the apparel worn Is "In step"as wells In six months, or both." HER.WORK REWARDED. Lilian Ferris, wife of LCdr. William
military by abusing the uniform. vogue.
Ferris of Navy Disease Vector Ecology and Control Center, receives a

letter of appreciation and a 1,000-Hour Charm from RAdm. Lawrence

Geis, commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. She received the award for
We'vebuiltareputation
t. her work with the Navy Relief Society During the same ceremony,

RAdm. Geis presented Mrs. John Kincaid a certificate of meritorious

service,a meritorious pin and a 100-Hour Service Pin. Mrs. Charles W.

for helping Lewis Jr. received a 300-Hour Pin and Mrs. John T. Anderson and Mrs.

i ; John M. Curtis received 100-Hour Pins.


Volvos live up f(1, ( y4 ;,, :," Think Ahead For NavyJax


'
&Y + When you're young, a year can be forever. So it may seem
theirsPARRISH ; irrelevant to think ahead 30 or even 20 years. Yet where do we hope to
to ,
.. ..f" '" be..then?
If you are leaving the Navy after four years and have a job lined up,
:", ;' *', do you plan to be there 20 years from now? With the same company, or
1. ." ,1, in the same line of work? That's probably how long you'd have to stayto

,, '" start receiving retirement benefits.
Perhaps you are interested in one job, and settling in one place.
'" .' Few employers can offer that assurance,-if you want to get ahead. The
'average American family moves every five years.
The average worker can expect four major job changes in his
career. Two of them may involve learning completely new skills,
VOLVOLAURA because the old job is obsolete or automated,or a deadend.As .
a Navyman, your future doesn't have this uncertainty. You'll
have a career filled with adventure, travel and opportunity, and yet
AT ORANGE 356-5654 one that provides life-long security for you aand your family
In 20 years, chances are that you'll be a chief petty officer, and
/. eligible for retirement if you choose-or go for 30 and a full career.
/ With the Navy, you'll move a little more than your civilian 'coun
terpartabout once every four years. But your job won't be in constant
upheaval. When you move to a new assignment, you won't haveto
,7 start over, fighting the battle again and again. Your career growth
continues in a smooth and uninterrupted pace.
.. When the time does come for a major change, you're better
h. prepared than most. The average enlisted man retires at age 42, the
average officer at 45. You're still young enough to plan a rewarding
second career-on your own terms. You've earned a guaranteed life-
long income,and that means a lot,especially for a family man.
In the civilian world, you'll be pleasantly surprised to find your
years of practical and supervisory experience are in great demand.
And you'll bring to your new job a fresh perspective and interest,
which your civilian colleagues who may be caught in the middle of a
single 40-year career must envy.In .
short, you can find yourself in a position most men only dream
about. With a guaranteed income and security for your family, you're
ready and equipped to embark on a second career of your choice.
The Navy can help you plan for tomorrow. All of your tomorrows,

both. in and out of uniform. .. ,,.,.....,......... ....
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JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER
.. PAGE 19
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}},,K 54;''a Navy's Newest For ASW I IS.3A


Fud COMPLETES FIRST NAVY TESTS The of eight flight test aircraft Lockheed is building
.
> Lockheed built S-3A Viking, shown during recent under a $494 million development contract with the
fF, Navy tests, ''exhibited
:k A outstanding potential for the service.A .
t't: ',
carrier-based
anti-submarine warfare mission' second flight test vehicle made its first flight in
according to Navy project test pilots who subjected mid-May and a third airplane is now undergoing
the aircraft to 59 hours of intensive flight testing electrical and avionics checks. Four more are in
"
,}, Prior to completing the first Navy evaluation' of Its various at stages of completion and the last of the
flying and handling qualities.The aircraft has been development aircraft will go into assembly this
flown a total of 150 hours In 60'flights and is the first month.





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Navy Seeks More



Nuclear TraineesJax I've stopped hunting for ,

The Navy is and 13 officers are needed

looking for limited each year group. Only .t Bargain Baked Enamel
numbers of qualified fleet officers who receive

experienced unrestrictedline nuclear training can Auto Painting since
officers in YGs 62 and become executive or

junior to fill the growing commanding officers of
needs of a surface nuclear these nuclear commands. I found FACI-0-BAKE

force. Adm. Elmo Zumwalt,
Volunteers are neededas CNO, urged all eligible /'
nuclear trained surface officers to apply for WHY BUY A NEW CAR. .WE CAN

officers by the end of the nuclear surface training in SAVE YOUR OLD CAR AND MAKE

year when three more accordance with IT LOOK LIKE NEW WITH

nuclear surface ships will BuPersMan Art. 6610300. OUR FACTORY QUALITY
be manned (one CYAN and ':
PAINTING & BODY REPAIR
two DLGNs), bringing our "The future of the surface

nuclear surface force to nuclear officer in the Navy
seven ships. Another has never been brighter," 18 MONTHS WARRANTY IN, WRITING

CYAN and three DLGNs he said. "Officers who are

are now under accepted will fill billets of r t ,

construction. vital 'importance the EVERY CAR 1 IS GIVEN-
Twenty-seven YG 62-66 security of the nation."
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I Fliers Lose Four To MacDillJax .runs in the first game and three runs in the fourth on
lost 119. two hits and two more runs

The Jax Navy added two more in the Young of VP-56 for a 5-2 MacDill scored first in in the fifth with Steve

Fliers finally broke out of sixth when Dave Dufner lead.It the second inning for a 1-0) Young's homerun for what
their hitting slump but doubled with two on. It just didn't turn out to lead but the Fliers came appeared to be a comfortable

failed to halt their losing proved to be a fruitless be the Fliers day, up with four in the third on 9.5 lead as
streak as they lost four effort for the Fliers as they however, as they were a walk, a wild pitch, an MacDill had added two to
straight to the MacDill Air came up one run short and held hitless for the last error and singles by Jim their tally in the fifth.
Force Base team last fell 76. four innings. MacDill in Boyette, Ed MacBride and The lead wasn't quite big

weekend.The Friday's second game the meantime was getting Tom Dooley. MacDill enough, though, as
Fliers jumped out to was almost a repeat seven hits and four runs to came back with two more MacDill scored six runs in
a 1-0) lead in the top of the performance of the first as win the game'6-5. in their half of the third the sixth on five hits, three
second inning of the first the Fliers once again Saturday didn't turn out and the Fliers werj ahead errors and a walk and the
game when Ron Sutton jumped into a quick lead in to be any better than 4-3 going into the fourth Fliers dropped an 11-9
singled home Mike the first inning when Ed Friday for the Fliers as inning. decision.

Cameron, but quickly lost McBride drove in Jim they got 10 hits and nine The Fliers thn addedthe (Cont. next page)
the lead in the bottom half Boyette with a double.

of the inning as MacDill They added two more in Navy Jax Swim Team Third
scored seven runs on four the second inning with

hits, three walks and a Tom Tenhagen's two run
wild pitch as they sent double. MacDill then At Tallahassee Swim Meetfourth

twelve men to the plate. scored two runs in their Jax The Navy Jax Swim
past six years. in the 50-meter fly and the
... The Fliers tried to play half of the second inning Team traveled to Tallahassee on Only 17 members of the Navy 200-meter (IM) and a fifth in the
catch-up and almost while the Fliers added two Saturday, June 10, to compete in Jax Swim team competed and 50-meter breast. Rusty Mills
succeeded as they scored more in the third on a the Tallahassee Recreation surprised the other participatingteams swam to third place medals in the
three runs in the fifth on homerun by Tom Department's Invitational Swim with their endurance when 50-meter fly, back and 200meterI.
Meet held at the Wade Webunt they captured the third place M. and a fourth in the breast.
Jim and Tom Carithers of FICEURand
Boyette's a Pool and returned with the first
team
trophy with 296 total points. Bobby Comwell took a sixth place
Carither's double. They sacrifice fly by Steve team trophy won by the team in Carla Claraton, Susan Fitz- ribbon in the 50-meter fly. .
patrick, Diane Kangas and Patti Jim Scott, as the team's only
Milewski, swimmers in the entry in the 13-14 boys events
Our Bag is Summer Fun Senior Girls medley and free placed third in the 100-meter
relays lead the team to two first back and 200-meter I. M., and a
place medals. The senior girls fourth in the 100-meter fly and
"B" 'relay team consisting of
T: Judy Milewski, Robin O'Leary, free.Navy Jax's 13-14 girls added
Gini Alvarez and Kerry Fitz- the most team points with Patti
Swingin'Summer patrick took third place in the Milewski taking a first in the 100
medley relay and fourth in the back, free, breast and 200meterI.
free relay events.Sevenyearold M. events. Teammate Diane
John Brennock Kangas won first in the 100 fly
swept all four events in the eight. and captured second place
and-under boys by winning a first medals in the 100 free and 200 I.
place medal in the 25-meter free, M. and a third in the 100 back.
fly, back and the 100-meter I. M. Kerry Fitzpatrick won a fifth
Jacque Brennock, age six, swamto place ribbon in the back and free
first place awards in the eight. with Robin O'Leary taking
and-under girls free and back second place in the fly and a thirdin
PICnIC pac
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I Read Cup
Sailing Competitionjax
Held At Jax MarinaStates Intramural

Cannon fire marked the
race. The Jax
start of a battle on the St. Johns manned by Joe Monroe Lightning was Naval Academy after the in several years In two contests
River last Saturday between the Hyde.In and Neol U.S.Navy won it for the first time during 1971.

British Royal Navy and the spite of the trouble the Navy r Standings
United Stated Navy. Jax team had beating the
The cannon was loaded with Navy Lightning Royal RACES POINTS
crew the
blanks and was used as the Rebel Jax FASOTG 4 12'1.
land Day Sailer
starting gun for a series of three little better luck and crews had a HOSPITAL 3 10
as a result VP-56
sailing races between six British the Navy Jax team won the 2 91ft
sailors from the HMS Bulwarkand team NATTC 4 9VA.174
competition
with
a total of
61.25
six sailors from the Navy Jax points to the Royal Navy's 2 lye
52.20. M hr VP-16
2 5
Sail Club. In the individual boat
standings MATSG
The races were held as part of the Royal Navy Lightning rw 4 5
crew VW-4
the annual Read Cup In- finished first with 23.5 points 1 3

ternational Sailing competition followed by the Navy Jax
which occurs whenever a British Lightning crew with 21 points. (Continued from P. 20)
ship visits an American base or The Navy Jax Day Sailer manned
an American ship visits a British by Kerry Mirize and John Landry In the second game on
base. In this case it was the HMS took third with 20V4 points, the Saturday the Fliers got a
Bulwark docking at NS Mayportand Navy Jax Rebel with AI Johnson i<< hit in each of the first three
the Navy Jax Sail Club ex- and George Baker at the
sails innings
putting a run on
tending competition the challenge.The consisted. of were Royal fourth Navy with Day 20 Sailer points,crew The r 4 L:4IIJ: the board in the second fora

three two-man crews from each manned by Company Sgt. Major 1-0 lead going into the

side with one crew manning a Jim Tappin and Sgt. Adrian BRITISH SAILERS-After getting soaked during the last two races fourth inning. The last four

Rebel, another the Day Sailer Robinson, both of the Royal the British sailors donned a change of clothes and posed with the innings again proved to be ...
and the third a Lightning. There Marine 41st Commando Unit, plaques that the Jax Sail Club presented them for participating in the the Fliers downfall,
were three races held with the finished fifth with 16 points and Read Cup competition. however, as the MacDill
crews in each class swapping the Royal Rebel
Navy
boats at the end of each race. manned by LCdr.F. G.Craig crew and .I pitcher retired the last
I r
Except for two quick squallsthat CPO Bill Crosier, both from the Intramural Softball Standings twelve men in order,
came through and drenchedthe 845 Royal Navy Air Squadron, striking out five. MacDill's
crews in the last two races, finished sixth with 13 points. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L NATIONAL LEAGUE W L batters took advantage of
the weather was great for sailing The results of last weekend'sraces VP-49 12 1 NARJAX 15 0 their pitchers efforts and
with the winds coming out of the will be sent to Washington, VW-4 12 3 HOSPITAL 15 1
scored two four
runs on
east at 15-20 miles per hour. D.C. where the scores will be VP-16 12 3 FICEUR 12 3VP56
The Royal Navy creW of PO recorded and added on to any 7 3 AIMD 9 6 hits to complete a four
K.Bennions and S-Lt. P. M. Fyfein other scores that might be FAETU 12 5 MARINE BKS 9 6 game sweep 2-1. The
the Lightning class dominatedthe recorded during the course of NDRC 10 6 VP-45 7 7 Fliers will try to improveon
first two. races as they 1972. GEMS 7 9 FAW-l1 6 10 their 8-12' record this
finished first in both and finisheda At the present time the Read SUPPLY 7 8 NARJAXNo.2 4 9 weekend with four gamesat
very close second to the Navy Cup rests in the Sailing Hall of NARF 4 11MATSG 4 12
Patrick Air Force
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I & CECIL SPORTS Latwinger StaffMember


Retires
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Softball saddened one during the week.
Slowpitch: Va-12 took both endsof Our Cecil Field CPOs took the Medical romped past AMD 22-
a doubleheader from Weapons. measure of the Fleet Reserve 8. Weed, Little and Chancey had
VA-12 won the opener 15-4 and Association 10-6 in an extra inning 3 hits each for the corpsmen, and
the nightcap 1710. In the first game at Jax last Saturday.Our Browning and Iser chipped in
game, VA-12 cracked out 23 hits. local rocking chair set with two. Johnson was the AMD
Zolkosky had a perfect 4 for 4 at received a strong pitching per- hitting star with 3 bingles. Heyd
the plate, while Pope, Sullivan formance from southpaw Hank went the route for the win, while r
and Husky had 3 each. The Weps Under The Eldsters banged out Dale Howard absorbed the loss. .
hitting attack was led by Prince five homeruns in the game. Both RAIDER RAMBLINGS: I 4 a 'f(
with 3. Ward took the win and Dick Gardner and Don Jackson reported last week that the i _
Cobb the loss. had two four-baggers, and Sonny Marines nipped VA-66, 9-8. A 44 r'
In the second game Pope and Sonnentag' one. The score was spokesman from the VA-66 squadwas "' "
Zolksky (again) had 4 hits and tied 5-5 at the end of regulationplay rather quick to point out that .....
MacDonald 3. Ward was again but in the eighth inning the his team had took the win ... At \. '" ':"'ir -..
the winning pitcher., We would Ladies Home Companions' this early hour in the week, it ... -t..c
like to thank' the VA-12 heretofore dormant bats would appear that Miss ""
scorekeeper for the fine mannerin responded to their wives pleas fora Hurricane Agnes will co The Latwinger has lost its most experienced member with the
which he maintained the hit or two (demands?) and ntrive to curtail scheduled softball retirement of PHI Mack Wood known around the base as "Woody".
scorebook this week. when the smoke had cleared,five games ... Jim Lee is still He has for about two years supplied the Latwinger with 95 percent of
'- VA-66 bombed NAMTDG 103. runs were chased across the looking for players to man his its photo coverage. "Woody" and his family have left the area em-
Wallace of VA-66 had 3 hits including plate. 1972 Raider squad. All interested barking on a Missionary trip about the United States.
a double and a homer. The only problems encounteredby personnel are Invited to call him After completion of his studies Woody will be ordained a Minister.
Sullivan also,had '3 singles and the Ancient Mariners con- at extension 8112..The CPOs had The Latwinger and all of Woody's friends wish him the best of luck
Teveri and winning pitcher cerned the near proximity of a to use a pair of Little Leaguers at on his journey. .
Dunn 2 Apiece ,. Thurstonled stand of pines in leftfield ... the onset of their game at Jax due FROM NAVY "SHIP" TO STEWARDSHIP
the instructors with a single outfielders Jackson and Gardner to the belated arrival of their
and a homerun. Instructor Teeny refused to chase fly balls in the "athletes".Ed Tonges is still
Tim Thompson stated that his underbrush where rattlesnakeshave trying to break 80 on the Cecil ::. Your future is to answer His Call .
pitching debut 'was less than a been seen of late. Field links. Come to ;#. You will do as He has directed- "
success. Judging by the score wear FASTPITCII: Once again only think of it;he is also trying to get 1'., Leave all that you have owned-
inclined to agree' with the one fastpitch game was played his batting average over .080. '* And follow Him into the world.
t May His guidance protect your path. '"' .
Family Night May your family share in your Grace't: 't'. '
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Evildoers Lead Bowloffs \ (

JAX SPORT BRIEFS ,Navy-Marine Jax The Evildoers from some big scores rolled in this 'i 4,'/'
t, ; Bowling ; FAW-11 were leading the Intramural match as McClain of VP-49 had a .' .
.. ,. .., \
: ,, Bowloffs in games 235 game and a 579 set, Swain of '.,
,. q :-,( Scores'l"., played through last Monday night VP-49 had a 234 in his 567 and ,''J
BOWLING ; / with a 6-2 record and two mat- Peacock of Radar 17 had a 234 in t
ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING WL ches left to play. his 540. On Monday night Radar .'1
Jax An organizational meeting for the new Intramural MAGNIFICENT 7 9 3 17 moved into the second place
Bowling season will be held IT'S ON ORDER 9 3 spot by winning three games
28 at 9:30: a.m. in the conference Wednesday, June THE DRUNKS .8 4 The Evildoers split their first from the Rebels. Linsenmayer "J
room in
Bldg. 704. set 2.2 with their rival FAW-11
interested in All\ KINGSLEY'S MOTORS 6 6 led the winners with a 203-203-211
teams participating are asked THE team, the Chokers. of the
to send a BOWLING TEAM 6 6 Taylor for a 622 while his teammate
team representative to the meeting. AE"B"THE 6 6 Evildoers led everyone with a 221 Hunter came through with a 168-
SLEEPERS 5 7 game in his 572 set. On Thursday 200-215 for a 583. Carper of the
MURRAY'S LUNCH BUNCH 5 7 night the Evildoers gained a 4-0 Rebels had a 200-200-184 for a 584
WOMEN'S TENNIS SEMPER PHI 4 8 sweep from the Rebels of NDRC set.
TOURNAMENT THE GREEN MACHINE 210 with Griffing taking charge this
The East
Jax Coast
Women's Tennis Tournament time with a 240 game in his 581
for active duty WAVES will be held at NTC ,series. The Chokers also pulledthemselves
Bainbridge (Continued from 20) into second
Pg. place on
Md., July 1721. Any WAVES at NAS Jax interested in Monday night when they took
participating are asked to call the athletic director On June 23 and 24 the Navy Jax four games from the Wood
at Swim Second place as of Monday
team will travel to
Ext. 3239. peckers. Johnson led
night was held by Radar 17 from the way to
Episcopal High School to compete the sweep with a 209 in his 582 set. -
Air Ops and the Chokers with
in the Annual Reese
Randy
identical 7-5 records. The standings as of Monday night
Swim Meet Invitational.
WOMEN'S GOLF TOURNEYJax stood

Another women's event coming up in the near Radar 17 met the Chokers last
future is the East Coast Women's Golf Championship Thursday and the result was i

Tourney. It will be held at NAS Glenview, III., August three wins and a loss for the RADAR EVILDOERS 17 6-2
21.25 for all active duty WAVES. Radar 17 team. Hunter led the 7-5
Interested WAVES FRIENDLY. RELAXED& CHOKERS 7-5
winners with 551 set that included
a
should contact the athletic office for more information. QUIET ATMOSPHEREniimiHimnmiminiitpHMiHtHHiiiii a 204 game. The Wood WOODPECKERS 3-5

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