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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 30 NO. U Published In The Interest of Personnel .of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida JULY 7, 1972 commissioned officers
representing more than 30 unitsof
the 20th North American Air
Defense Command (NORAD)
Region which provides air
.. defense for the entire Southeast
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United States are meeting at a
two-day conference hosted by the
679th Radar Squadron here. The
td" conference ends today.


Co-hosting the conference are
Brig. Gen. Leon A. Moore Jr.,
Chief of Staff, Air, Florida
p National Guard, and Brig. Gen.
James M. Fogle, commander of
"f' 1w. the 20th NORAD Region which is
headquartered at Fort Lee AFS
in Virginia.The .
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conferees hold key
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National ANG) fighter-
#,111 interceptor units, Air Force
;.r radar squadrons and Army

Legion of Merit VAdm. Frederick H. Michaelis (L) Com. Last Salute Capt. John R. Kincaid (R) turned over the commandof missile units in the Region's area
NavAirLant, presented Capt. John R. Kincaid with his second Legion NAS Jacksonville last Saturday to Capt. William G. Sizemore (L) of responsibility, which includes
., of Merit during the change of command ceremonies held last Saturday after both men read their orders. Capt. Kincaid will be reporting to 14 states,the District of Columbiaand
Norfolk, Va., where he will serve as Chief of Staff for VAdm. Mich- more than 1500 miles of
aelis. RAdm. Lawrence Geis is seated at right. coastline.Three Region units, the
Florida ANG's 125th Fighter
Group, the 159th Fighter Interceptor
Students Learn Skills Through Squadron which fly the
Auto
f. Tags F-102, and the 679th Radar
Squadron are based at
Jacksonville and play vital role
On Sale 'Helping Hand Program'Jax in the air defense mission.

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Jax The 1973 auto tags Subjects to be discussed in
1 i are now on sale at the Not Now that school's out, The program, which runs from may want to pursue after detail at the conference include
f New Shop until August 18. most youngsters are glad to trade June 10 to August 8, gives theman graduation. At the same time, the impact of the continuing air
'. The Navy Wives Club, classroom routine for a summer opportunity for on-the-job the program benefits NAS Jax, as defense cutbacks on the Region's
Jax 86, which has sold the filled with fun and relaxation training in a variety of skills at tenant commands welcome the ability to carry out it's mission,
tags each year since 1960 Not students like 18-year-old many of NAS Jax's commands. extra help from the young em- and progress being made in
Ii will be selling the tags ont Daisy Harris or 15-year-old About 100 boys and girls are ployees.The satisfying the command's
weekdaysfrom830a.m.to Andrew Jackson. bussed here each morning by 9am.. annual program is directed pressing needs for modernization
2 p.m. As in the past,- they These two Jacksonville youthsare and they work until 2:30: p.m. as at NAS by Lt.jg( ) Herbert Cooke, of air defense systems. The 20th's
will charge 50 cents in putting their free time into a clerks, typists, shop aides, project coordinator and assistantto accomplishments and problemareas
addition to the regular cost productive and educational hospital assistants and car- the station Administration in meeting its peacetime
of the license plates to go program called "Operation penters at major departments.While Officer. Neal Betancourt, a 23- mission of restricting
into their scholarship fund. Helping Hand". It is a joint the program gives these year-old University of Florida unauthorized flights over the
f Auto tag buyers must employment project between students a regular paying job, law student, is the field directorfor region's area will also be
bring their registration NAS Jacksonville and the city's their experience may serve as an the Neighborhood Youth discussed.
I with them to make the Neighborhood Youth Corps which incentive for them to stay in Corps. Each day ht. is on hand to
purchase. offers underprivileged children school and give them a good idea meet the students upon their Chairman of the NCO con-
t meaningful employment. of the wide range of jobs they arrival'at NAS Jax and tours the ference is Chief MSgt. James W.
various work sites on station to Rogers, senior airman advisor to
,,,. ; see how they are doing on the job.What's the Region commander. The

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< :: Alexander M. Greer, will join in
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W1 'pw n .,1!. Inside 1 f their role in achieving the
$:: Scholarship P.3 @"x President's 'goal of an all-

i|:!: NewVPXO P.II M volunteer force in 1973. Other
p I:; Sports P.II Ek!;i subjects to be discussed include
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M1 M1Vf1MyS1. management, safety, military (
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A I j y Will DeployFor


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.Jax More than 200 citizens of Florida and Southeastern Georgia will'
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; "cca be donning their uniforms this month to participate in.two weeks of
annual summer training as members of Marine Attack Squadron
a VMAM42) Marine Air Reserves.The .
citizen-Marines who, for most of each month are lawyers,
-a businessmen,salesmen,construction and office workers, farmers and
students, transform themselves into Marine Reservists two days out
.. of each month to attend a weekend training drill and two weeks of
', << active duty each summer.
(' 'J'tt.,;' .. _,_-... ..' .... This year VMA-142, one of the top squadrons in the 4th Marine

ACCIDENT FREE RECORD Cdr. Harry Hoover, (c), commanding officer of Patrol Squadron Aircraft Wing, will conduct bombing and aerial gunnery training
Five, which Is deployed to Sigonella, Sicily, stands with Crew 33 after completing the squadron's operations at the Fallon, Nev., Naval Air Station. They will depart
J accumulated this total 10 Jacksonville July 15 and return July 30.
90,000th accident-free flying hour. The award winning squadron over
years of antisubmarine flights In the P-2 Neptune and P-3 Orion and now claims to have the highest In 1971 the squadron was assigned aboard the aircraft carrier USS ,
total of accident-free hours of any patrol In the Atlantic Fleet. VP-S flies ASW patrols In the Independence and became the first Marine Air Reserve squadron In the ,
scheduled' to return home In history of Marine aviation to conduct full carrier qualification
Mediterranean In support of the U. S. Sixth Fleet. The Mad Foxes are
late August. operations during its annual two weeks of summer training.

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the Department of the. Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised."
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I- ..... i.N. BREAKFAST Sunday,Hominy July Grits, Maple Bacon, Hash Syrup Brown Choice Potatoes of Ham, Chilled or

Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to Grapefruit Juice, Pastry Bar. '=ft 4
Order, Grilled French Toast Maple DINNER Chicken Rice Soup, Baked
-- Syrup Choice of Luncheon Meat or Chicken,Creamed Gravy,Snowflaked
Friday,July 7 Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Pork Sausage, Hash Brown Potatoes, Potatoes, Cornbread Dressing,
BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Chilled Apple Sauce, Seasoned Green Pastry Bar.BRUNCHa. French Fried Cauliflower, Buttered ._........4F If,''!J
Chilled Grapefruit Juice Fried Eggsto Beans Buttered Corn Salad Bar, at 10 a.m. Corn Chowder, Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar,
Order, Minced Beef on Toast Easy Chocolate Cake, Baked Chili Macaroni, French Fried Chocolate Cream Pie, Sugar Cookies. NAVAL AIR STATION
Lyonnalse Potatoes Choice of Lun Custard. Potatoes Baked Beans, Salad Bar, SANDWICH LINE Chili Dogs or .
cheon Meat or Pork Sausage, Pastry Saturday,July Lemon Meringue Pie, Chewy Nut Grilled Ham & Cheese, French Fried PROTESTANT
Bar. BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal Chilled Bars. Potatoes, Dessert Bar.
DINNER: Oyster Stew, Seafood Apricots Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled SUPPER Baked Virginia Ham, SUPPER Chili Con Carne or Beef SUNDAY
Platter of Fried Shrimp, Flounder, Hot Cakes w-Maple Syrup, Choice of Pineapple & Raisin Sauce, Whipped Porcupines, Steamed Rice, Brown
Fried Scallops or Chili Con Carne, Ham or Bacon, Chilled Orange Juice, Potatoes Candled Sweet Potatoes, Gravy, French Fried Potatoes Church School (all ages) 9 a.m.
Steamed Rice. Buttered Beets, Pastry Bar.BRUNCH Boiled Carrots Seasoned Brussels Southern Style Greens, Buttered at Chapel Annex. Divine Worship
Buttered Peas, Salad Bar, Assorted : at 10 a.m. Navy Bean Sprouts Butterscotch, Salad Bar, Apple Dilly Cake, Squash, Salad Bar, Angel Food Cake, ':."::30 a.m. at All Saints' Chapel.
Fruit Tarts, Hermits. .Soup, Grilled Cheeseburgers French Pudding. Vanilla Pudding.
Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans Salad Monday,July 10 Thursday,July 11 Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr.
SNDWICH LINE Chicken Salad or' Bar, Peach Pie 'Chocolate Chip BREAKFAST Cooked Farina, BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal Chilled High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An
Chilled Apple Juice, Fried Eggs to
Grilled Hamburgers. Frankfurters. Cookies. Orange Juice Fried Eggs to Order, Youth
French Fried Potatoes Baked Beans, SUPPER: Yankee Pot Roast Beef, Order, Scrambled Eggs w-Ham, Cheese Omelet, Choice of Luncheon nex. Junior and Senior
Dessert Bar.SUPPER Natural Gravy, Franconla Potatoes Choice of Ham or Bacon, Cottage Meat or Pork Sausage, Baked Pork & Fellowship 1:30: p.m. at Bldg.722.,
: Breaded Pork Chops or Fried Cabbage, Seasoned Lima Fried Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Beans, Yankee Style Corn Bread, Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. at
Grilled Cheese Sandwiches Brown Beans. Harvard Beets Salad Bar, DINNER Knickerbocker Soup Pastry Bar.DINNER .
Breaded Veal Cutlets, Tomato Gravy, the Small Chapel.'
: Minestrone ,
Soup, italian'Spaghetti
It II Spanish Rice, Polonaise Cauliflower, w-Meat Sauce or Ravioli Tuesday ,
Buttered June Peas Salad Bar, Pizza Pie,Garlic Bread, Parmesan Senior Chofr; Rehearsal 7 p.m. at'

JTAX AIR: NEWS Coconut SANDWICH Cream LINE Pie Raisin Sloppy Cookies.Joes on Cheese; Buttered Spinach, Seasoned Bldg.. 750 and 'Christian Science
Asparagus Tips, Salad Bar, Small
Hamburger Buns Grilled Ham Apples, Peanut Butter Cookies.Baked Service 8 p.m. at the
burgers or Frankfurters French Chapel.
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Fried Potatoes Dessert Bar. SANDWICH LINE] Grilled Hamburgers -
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval 'Air Station. SUPPER Beef Pot Pie, Biscuit Sandwich or, Frankfurters, Egg Salad
French, Fried HOSPITAL
Potatoes, NAVAL
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a Topping, Braised Spareribs w- Dessert Bar. St.
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Sauerkraut, Buttered Egg Noodles, SUPPER: BraiSed' Pork: Divine Worship ;10 a.m. at
Buttered Corn, Seasoned Green Chops : { i j I .
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Beans, Salad Bar, Applesauce Cake, Mashed Potatoes, Brown Gravy, Lukes.. J ; '
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Lime Jello. Chilled Apple Sauce, Okra & Tomato, NATI'CProk'Stant
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or Tuesday,July 11 Gumbo Tomato, Corn Spice on The Cob, Salad Bar, Worship Service,
3119. BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Fried Cake Chocolate
Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beef of Pudding. 10:30 a.m. in Building 500.
be made Toast, Choice of Luncheon Meat or
"Everything advertised 'In this publication must
Pork Sausage, Baked Pork 8. Beans, CATHOLICSaturday
available purchase, use, patronage without regard to race Chilled Tomato Juice, Pastry Bar. at St.
creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or DINNER Vegetable Soup, Fried Mass 5 p.m.
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Ham Steaks, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Edward's Chapel, Sunday Mass 8
opportunities by an advertiser will result in ,the refusal to print Golden Potato Balls, Buttered Lima a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass-
Beans, Seasoned Carrots, Southern 1 Thursday and
advertising from that source. Monday, Tuesday,
Style Corn Bread, Salad Bar, Dutch WednesdayMass
Apple Cake, Vanilla Wafers. Friday-ll:30 a.m.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries SANDWICH LINE Submarine 11:30'a.m.. at the Naval
concerning such should be directed to: Sandwich or Grlllm Hamburgers, Hospital Chapel. Saturday
Frankfurters, French r ned Potatoes and 5
Confessions 4:15: p.nu
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Potato Chips, Dessert Uar.

,. 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210. SUPPER. Swiss Steak Brown EQUATIONUCisEDs.
Gravy. Lyonnalse Potatoes, Boiled Citizens I
Telephone 388.2755 Blackeyed Peas, butlered Broccoli RexnonHiblo
Spears.Salad Bar, Devils Food Cake, make Kffcctivc: Democratleu. !
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fr JJ V I XIL Drive Ended

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., Jax The final report for the conducted by the Marine Corps activities have a j
} Navy Relief Fund Drive as Jacksonville Auxilary. My place to turn in times of per-
indicated in last week's Jax Air congratulations to everyone sonal tragedy or when
t Ift News shows the total concerned." energencies strike."

t I amount of contributions at-55,530 "All Navy, Marine Corps and The Admiral noted that the
I.\ or 106.8 percent of the Navy's civilian personnel who con- total includes donations from
\ objective of $52,000. This total tributed to this year's fund drive retired military personnel,
, exceeds the 1970 Fund Drive by have shown that they are per- civilian friends of the Navy and :'
$8,000.In sonally concerned with the commercial firms.
welfare of the Navy and Marine
a message to everyone who Corps community," the Admiral ,
I participated in the annual drive, continued. "The generosity of
RAdm. Lawrence Geis, Commander everyone who participated in this

Fleet Air Jacksonville, year's drive has assured that the

expressed his appreciation for men and women of the Navy and ,\VI: MiiNlv' "" ;(;( '111(1'VISIT
the outstanding results.,

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"As a result of the dedicated '
SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS. Susan Beany and Dill Meyers, both
efforts, of activity fund drive WAYNE SHRUM
Jacksonville high school graduates, receive annual JOWC Scholar
chairmen and keymen", said
ships of $1000 each from Mrs. Edna Mattson. -
ai his civilian duty station
RAdm. Gels, "this year's Navy
Fund Drive has been an BLANDING AGENCY Inc.
JOWC Awards Two unqualified success". REALTORS ,

"The fact that a large number of
the participating activities met Let him assist you in -
College ScholarshipsJax or exceeded their recommended BUYING OR SELLING REAL ESTATE --- ,

objectives indicates that a great 5102 Standing Boulevard

The Jacksonville Officers forms of educational assistanceand deal of time and hard work Phone 771-9513 7'
Wives Club has awardedtwo must maintain satisfactory contributed to the most suc- YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED
$1000 education scholarshipsto scholastic standards and adhereto cessful Navy Relief Fund Drive I Ir4ai .

two Jacksonville students.Bill the requirements on which the .
grant was made.
Meyers III, 17-year old son
of Mr.and Mrs.William Meyers Jr,., The annual JOWC Scholarship
of 4531 Bluff Ave.,and 18-year old is awarded to children of regular
Susan Beatty, daughter of Mr. or reserve Navy and Marine
and Mrs.Quanor C.Beatty of 6544 Corps officers who are either on ,
Barmer Dr., were selected to active duty or retired with pay.
receive the annual scholarshipfor
1972. 4
Applications, which may be
obtained by writing the Bureau of
They were selected accordingto
Naval Personnel
Dependents
scholarship, character and
need. Both will be awarded for Scholarship Program, Wash.,D. .,.
C., must be submitted each year ... \
their first year of college and
after March 15 and no later than
they will have preference for
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May 15 to the Personal Affairs '
subsequent selection for awards. ..
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retired Marine Captain, is a -.
graduate of Bolles School. He IiLftJtJ '

will attend Brown University in The JOWC welcomes con-
Providence, R. I., and Susan, a tributions to this fund in the formof
Forrest High School graduate, checks made payable to the
will attend the University of Jacksonville Officers' Wives' I

Florida where she plans to study Club Scholarship Fund, U. S.

toward a career in computer Naval Air Station,. Jacksonville,
programming as a systems Fla., 32212. Checks in any
analyst. amount will be gratefully DOES IT

Both students may use their received. All contributions are .

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received a Citation for
Meritorious Service from Capt. .
T. T. Coleman and the Navy t
Commendation Medal I, for
consistantly performing his \
demanding duties in an exemplary
and highly professional ,

responsible manner. Cdr.for initiating Kuehn was the :' i j

means of"positive control"of all f f. \
air craft flight operations from
Cdl_. ,.Fiald. > I
-- Capt. Richard W. OHL retired after thlrty-two years. Capt. Chi
i.---''' -"" : Lieutenant Benjamin| W. served as head of Cecil Field's Dental Department for two years Cqt.

1 rn ; .L.AIR.. STSCfGL }7,4'':. t: ;; Capone retired at the end of Ohl received the Navy Commendation Medal at his retirement for his I
his
service to
"sJi"" thirty years' dedication to dentistry and the Naval Service. Capt. Ohl also received
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--"'---. country. Lt. Capone letters from Capt. T. T. Coleman, from Naval Dental Corps and Best
nt\.O _: many tours as an Aircrewman Wishes from Chief of Naval Personnel.
y and has served many commands ,. .
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since then. He received a letter of I' : n: 1iH:-' Cf.t; -0' 'n'l
Commendation from Capt. T. T. : 1"1.
Coleman which, commends him 'l-'lY'rJIiI' ,
on his recent contribution to I
solving the problems of the A7E- t .
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military service. LCdr. Lynch vo 4' ; 4: L ) '.: .
was released from active in j{
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Meritorious Service from Capt.T. : } iitr.;... ... lIE..

T. Coleman and was presentedthe Bennett H. Lawson retired after thirty years of service. Chief'
Navy Achievement Medal fro Lawson has been on four ships before coming to Cecil field, and has
displaying exceptional leader. received eight awards of theNavy Good Conduct Medal, plus many
ship qualities and Management more. Capt. T. T. Coleman presented Chief Lawson with a citation for
expertise while serving as Data c4_ Meritorious Service,and expressed his sincere appreciation for the
Processing Officer at Naval Air t service he rendered to the United States of America.
Station Cecil Field--* 1J

retires LCdr.upon Bennie completion W. of Rangeo thirty I Ti F ,;AIR ST4% LTI!

years of service. With a Citationfor -,- +
Save CECIL ilElgM
r. Meritorious Service from
Capt. T. T. Coleman. In additionhe
itup. was awarded the Navy
Achievement Medal for
professional achievement in the
to live superior performance of his w
duties while serving as air
operations department Main
it tenance officer at Naval Air
up
G Station Cecil Field, which con.
trlbuted to the outstanding j
support services rendered by the jj j :
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Civilian Y ..yo NARF Signs New ;;;


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The following is the .A new labor-management as advisor and recorder.
Civilian Cafeteria Menu for the agreement has been signed Union negotiating team
week of July 10 through July 13: between the Naval Air Rework members and alternates were I
MONDAY,JULY 10 Facility and the National D. V. Hatcher, J. A. Smith, J. J.
Cream of Tomato Soup, Beef Association of Government Ihlcr, W. G. Wigginton (mem
j Brisket w-Cabbage, Macaroniand Employees, Local R5-82. bers), and M. J. McCarthy and
Meat Sauce, Braised Pork v Capt. Andrew Yates, CO of W. S. Johnson (alternate
NARF and Archie Ballard members). i
Chops w-Apples, 7oz. Chopped !f ,
Sirloin, Fish.French president of Local R5-82, met The agreement applies to a unit
Fried Potatoes, June 21, with principal of approximately 2000 NARF
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and negotiators to sign the employees. The unit includes all
Gravy, Fresh Squash, String j I agreements. non-supervisory ungraded emp-
Beans, Blackeye Peas. 4 Negotiations began on March loyees of the facility except
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad 13 and were completed May 31. ungraded employees occupying
Chef Salad Bowl, Plain The chief negotiator for the rating of aircraft examiner,
Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage SIGNING THE NEW labor agreement between NARF and NAGE, management was Michael planner and estimator, assistant
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, ,Local RS-82 are Archie Ballard, president of Local RS-82, and Capt. Cascone, Labor and Employee planner and estimator,
;, Fruit Cup, Carrot and Raisin Andrew Yates, commanding officer of the Rework Facility. The Relations superintendent of the progressman, assistant
Salad, Waldorf Salad. principal negotiators are (seated L to R) W. G. Wigglngton of NAGE, Civilian Personnel Office. Union progressman and employees
,', Fruit Tarts, Apple Pie, Harry Breen, chief negotiator for NAGE, and (at right) Michael chief negotiators were Stan whose duties require the repairor
'" : Chocolate Cream Pie, Coconut Gascon, chief negotiator for NARF. Lyman and Harry Breen, maintenance of cryptographic
; Layer Cake, Assorted Pudding. national vice presidents of equipment or require cryp
TUESDAY,JULY 11 Three Civilians RetireAt NAGE, and Archie Ballard, tographic clearance.The .
Bean Soup, Roast Beef Round president of NAGE, Local R5-82. agreement will not become
w-New Potatoes, Chicken Stew, Other members and alternate effective until approved by the
Veal'Cutlets w-Parmesan Sauce, Navy Finance Office members of the management Navy Department's Office of
7<<. Chopped Sirloin, Fish.. negotiating team were P. L. Civilian Manpower Managementwhich
French Fried Potatoes, Jax Three Navy Finance Navy Finance Office. Upon his Smith.> W. L. Purcell, J. L. reviews it for compliance
,Mashed Potatoes, Rice and 'Office employees retired last retirement he was serving as Fleming,D.L.King (members); with governing laws and
Gravy, Turnip Greens, Baked week. military pay supervisor in chargeof Cdr. H. C. North Jr., J. F. Por- regulations. It is hoped by the
Egg Plant, Corn. Lillian M. Hare James PayneJr. Branch One of the Military Pay woll, A. F. Ziegler, D. L. Neel! parties that the agreement will
Tossed Salad, Combination .,and Dorothy W.Smith retired Division. (alternate members) and E. 0. be approved and that it can be
( Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, PlainT :June 30 in ceremonies held in the Mrs.Smith began her career on Umstot supervisory labor reproduced and distributed
; Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Navy Finance,Office. They have May 9, 1944, as a sh1pfi ter's management relations specialist within two months.
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, 'a combined federal service of helper at Naval Station,* Key
Fruit Cup, Carrot and Raisin 'ninety-five years, seven months West, Fla. She has worked at
Salad, Cucumber Mix. 'and nineteen days. several locations including I POW-MIA Bracelets I
Apple Pie, Almond Cream Pie, Mrs. Hare's service consists of Patuxent River, Md.; Norfolk,
Strawberry Short Cake, Fruit 'almost thirty years aboard Naval Va.; and Sanford, Fla., holding On Sale Tomorrow At Navy Exchange
Pie, Assorted Pudding.WEDNESDAY ;Air Station, Jacksonville. She various positions, such as, file
,JULY 12 'began her career on August 19, clerk,property and supply clerk,
Vegatable Soup, Spaghetti and 1942 as clerk-typist with the fiscal accounting clerk and
Meat Sauce, Fried Chicken, NAS Service Schools. In 1958, she military pay clerk Mrs. Smith is
Roast Fresh Pork w-Dressing, 7- !transferred to the Supply and retiring with almost twentytwoyears
oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Fiscal Department as a voucher of service. ...Government Personnel Mutual
French Fried Potatoes, !examiner. She came to the Navy
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Finance Office when it was Life Insurance Company'specialist
established on May 1, 1962, and Bonds
Gravy, Mixed Vegatables, Great Buy in service to the military'
Northern Beans, Beets. 'has remained there until her
Tossed Salad, Combination :retirement.Mr. JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVEJIM
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Payne served.over thirty. RICHARDSONCdr.
.
Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage :years on active duty with the
USN (Ret.)
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, United States Navy and over
Fruit Cup, Carrot and Raisin !thirteen years in Civil Service.He H.O'NDA 11659 Jonathan Rd.
Salad, Health Salad. acquired positions of Jacksonville 32225
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i n Navy Aids Flood Victims ; NFO's Now i'I I


than the old
over MIG fighters in SoutheastAsia the Fleet nine-week

V Eligible: For CO Billets The since CNO January sent a message 1. to the weeks schedule.of All basic recruits military will training get six

carriers of Southeast Asia, June after a week of processing. Then,
and isolated areas of high their "phenomenal" those slated for "A" schools will
Aids Flood Victims storm caused the worst flooding 30, citing
Washington Thousands of in the state's history. ground. Many of the missions record and calling the go there directly.Those slated for
active and reserve personnelfrom Navy and Marine Corps were flown at night, with flyers achievement "a tremendous apprentice programs will get
dipping into dark, unfamiliar the training, skill from 2.6 to four weeks of trainingat
the First, Third and Fourth helicopters from the Naval Air testimony to
Naval Districts went to 'the Stations at Lakehurst, N.J., territory, "threading their way and courage of our combat air- the three training centers at
rescue of Pennsylvania flood Willow Grove, Pa., and Quonset through forests of TV antennas, crews and support personnel Gulfport and or Memphis.The .
victims last week and this week Point, R.I., responded to civil according to one pilot. whoput together the muscle and new schedule will lengthen
I I in the aftermath of tropical storm defense rescue requests and Navy medics gave emergency guts that made this ace-high, the overall training period for
Agnes. plucked stranded residents from assistance and inoculated the winning effort possible." those in the apprentice
High waters created by then roof tops, second-story windows entire town of Lancaster, Pa. Since January 1, carrier pilots programs, but it will shorten
l' against typhoid. Navy wives also have downed 21 MIGS in air-to- training time for recruits going
i r. ; 'J pitched in, preparing food and air combat, while losing only one through "A" schools. Officialssay
{ w providing bedding for flood of their own fighters. the latter group accounts for
victims. Boot Training Cut about 65 percent of all recruits.
"l Fourth Naval District Commandant A new seven-week recruit First NFO Commanding Officers
RAdm. Kenneth Veth, training schedule is now In effectat The first two non-Pilots
w3 commended all those in. all recruit training commands (NFO's) to command Navy
1 J volved for performance In the Great Lakes RTCthe last to fighter squadrons assumed their
4 .-1 highest tradition of the Navy. start the new schedule began duties recently. Cdr. Gayle Elie

Carrier Pilots Score June 26.Officials. took command of VF-21, June 9,
Navy carrier pilots have scoredan say the new schedule at NAS Miramar; Cdr. Fred
fire exceptional 2M success ratio will provide a better product forK Staudenmayer took command of
VF-33, June 27, at NAS Oceana.
Both are F-4 Radar Intercept
Officers.
("- Until two years ago, the law
required that pilots be assignedas
squadron commanders. Since

then, NFO's have been given
.. command of two attack
U s squadrons, and BuPers officialssay
REASON TO SMILE Bearing a proud smile newly promoted ; others will be given squadron
Capt. John E. Luten of Quincy, Fla., gets the silver bars of his new R commands in the future.
rank pinned on by his commanding officer. Col Frank Pound ((1)I A VF-33 is also involved in
and the squadron executive officer Ma|. Joel Yarboro, during his another new program under
..' June weekend training drill here with Marine Attack Squadron142. :::: which commanding officers and
Capt. Luten is co-partner in a Quincy restaurant. executive officer billets are filled

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,. LOOKING FOR A NEW program was started about a
year ago.
OR SECOND, CAREER? Eventually, plans call for
lieutenant commanders to fill
about 15 percent of all squadronCO
J We seek an ambitious man 25-45 who wants...
and XO billets normally filled

t iC RESPECT PRESTIGE INCOME ABOVE $10,000 OH, HAPPY DAY The past June'weekend training drill was also' by commanders.
good for Marine Reservist, Lt. Col. Arthur Conlon (1) of Miami. The VF-33 has won the Battle Ef-
: CONTACT JOE BRACEWELL member of the 25th Staff Group (Aviation) receives his certificate feciency "E" for the past three
appointing him to his present rank from his commanding officer, Col.. award years and is the first
Call 396'5365GULF J. W. Owen. Atlantic Fleet fighter squadron to
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PAGE 8 JAX AIR NEWS LATWINGER

Consumer Protecting Series_


I JO.. Com FairJax"Straightfacts"from Drug Awareness the Team' What You Sh lould Know About The recent: ;Food I
interest in
I The content in plants the
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r Jax Can some substances vegetables.considerably from time to nitrate problem is derived from
that occur naturally in foods be varies and from place to place, the increasing level of nitrates in
harmful when present in time on agricultural and certain water supplies, par.
relatively large amounts in a depending conditions. Some ticularly well waters, and the
OnDop natural source or when added to climatic such as beets and concern that a high level of
vegetables
food preparations? Is the are generally much nitrogen fertilization and the
,
e presence of these substances in spinach in nitrate content than concentration of livestock in
-" food and water monitored or higher relatively small areas, as
., controlled by a others. Water required by modern feeding
Forgmscy' Drinking
The average habit of a heroin addict is about $30 Nitrates In Natural The Federal limit the amount of practices, in some way contribute -
to $50 a day there naturally in our Standards to this
however has been a habit Nitrates occur in water to 45 parts per problem.Dimethylnitrosamines.
reported of $750 a day. food supply, primarily in gallon.nitrate Higher levels are occasionally have
found in some well been found in overheated and
1 i __ I water supplies. excessively nitrated fish meal
Hazard that was toxic to anilals. Also
WE PAINT Potential
YOUR OLD CARNEW
The hazard from nitrates is the recent demonstration thatnitrites
primarily due to the nitrates and certain secondary
derived from the action of amines, when fed together to
microorganisms on nitrates. experimental animals, produceas
Excessive nitrates produce many tumors as occur when
methemoglobinemia, a rare the nitrosamines (which are
disease which occurs primarilyin formed when nitrites and
BRING IN YOUR infants. Such cases usually are secondary amines react under

OLD CAR. found in those areas where well the proper conditions) are fed.
..
water supplies contain quantitiesof This demonstration has led to

WE'LL SAND... nitrates much above the limits the speculation that an important
environmental factor in car-
prescribed.
PRIME IT... Nitrates and nitrites have been cinogenesis might be the interaction
in the curing of nitrites in our food
used for centuries
AND PAINT YOUR OLD CAR NEW and preservation of meat and fish and water with certain amines in
products. The maximum food to form nitrosamines in the
body. To probe this question,an
amounts now permissible are
BAKED ENAMEL AUTO PAINTING limited ((200 pp.m. of sodium Interdepartmental Study Groupof
nitrite and 500 p.p.m. of sodium scientists from the Food and
...COMES IN 3 QUALITIES: nitrate) by food additives Drug Administration (FDA), the
regulations under the Federal U. S. Department of Agriculture,
Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act or the Bureau of Commercial
Standard Deluxe i Dual Bond by regulations under the Federal Fisheries, U. S. Department of
Meat Inspection Act. the Interior, and the National
FOR OLDER CARS 1 FOR MOST NORMAL I FOR THAT Although their primary use is Cancer Institute of the National
I of Health has been
EXPRESSION to fix the color in meat and fish, Institute
THAT NEED GLOSS I CARS : nitrites serve a particularlyuseful formed. Working with this group
I PERFECTION preservative function by are representatives of the
I inhibiting the growth of heat- American Meat Institute
:
$4495 $6495 $8995 sensitized botulinum spores in Foundation and the National
1 II semi-perishable products such as Fisheries Institute, as well as
1 smoked fish, meats, pasturized scientists from various univer-
canned ham, etc. slUe centers.
LIGHT SANDING : THOROUGH SANDING ; THOROUGH SANDING SpreadlagllazardThe Research ProgressesThe

CHROME MASKED 1 SPOT PRIMED 1 SPOT PRIMED ubiquity of nitrates and most sensitive analytical
nitrites is refelcted in methods available for the
a report
3 COATS BAKED ENAMEL CHROME MASKED CHROME MASKED
;
showing that as early as 1942 detection of extremely low levels
12 MONTH WARRANTY / ONE COAT PRIMER SEALER I ONE COAT PRIME SEALER human blood contained an (10 parts per billion) of

GM SEALER EXTRA ; 4 COATS BAKED ENAMEL 1 COAT BAKED ENAMEL average of 10 micrograms of nitrosamines were very recently
i nitrites per 100 milliliter. The developed at FDA. A survey of
1 18 MO. WARRANTY / RE-SANDED normal human urinary output of

GM SEALER INCLUDED / RE-PRIMED nitrates is said to average half a (Continued on Page 11)
gram per day.
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Fire Prevention Techniques A :


Jax Fire Prevention is last week. The demonstrations Prevention Division at
not just the job of the NAS include Ext. 2451.

Jacksonville Fire illustrations of the. different The fire department also
Department. It is a job classes of fires, the conducts
that requires the par basic rules of extinguishing weaponsdemonstrations and often

ticipation of all hands a fire: the goes off base to schools to
aboard the station.To proper technique used to \ : '
give their demonstrations. a
insure that all hands extinguish a fire and the ., '.
are aware of what their jobis proper way to turn in an hy. :t t i 3 M
if a fire should occur, the alarm by either telephoneor CPO Wives ::;

NAS Jax Fire Departmenthas by the alarm box. *I ,

a Fire Prevention Any activity that does Plan PicnicJax ," .
Division that gives regular not already participate in "" ).!AII i. .
the ',i > ,.. bZ,....:- ...
lectures and demon demonstrations on a The CPO Wives are :I' .l1 "
strations. regular basis can request planning a picnic for 100 blind ,' .,';" \:
Zone 342 of NARF demonstrations simply by students from the camp of the .: :...'. j'
Jacksonville Recreation .
received the benefit of one calling Mason Olive or Department. According to plans, .!'", 4j' t'\.-:
of these demonstrations George Fallin of the Fire '< .. ;
they will serve chicken lunches, .. :,. > i,
July 13, at Mayport Beach. .... ., "-.". ., '. ..
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night at the CPO Club for their .. I' r,> f: :
regular business '.,,:.it; fy.'V
monthly ,
"Yj".I i t\'
ARE YOU GOING ALL THE WAY meeting to discuss upcoming club
activities. Fire Prevention Members of the NAS Jax Fire Prevention
DOWNTOWN TO BUY YOUR MUSIC? They have slated a pizza party Division of the NAS Fire Department show the workers of Zone 342 at
NARF the proper way to extinguish a fire.
for the members, their husbandsand
:' WHY? guests for July 17,at the CPO
:1 Club.The party will begin at 6:30:
$ PROMOTED?
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call Cleo Schenck at 771-5848 or DISPLAY IT PROUDLY WITH OUR...
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'jjtt} Six At FICEUR Cited .. .

jif Vietnam,he was,according to his
Jax LCdr. Emmett Lanier of
Ujg( ) William Crist was cited ,
1 FICEUR has received the Bronze for meritorious citation, "an extremely capable
service in ._
"' f. Star Medal with Combat "V" for Vietnam from March 1971 until Imaginative and resourceful 4
/ raeritertetts service to Vietnam. photographer and dark room LtH c
I March 1972. He was the air intelligence *
[it He was oee of six Navymea at officer with Helicopter technician".
FICEUR to receive awards (Light) Attack Squadron Three The command newspaper for
recently. which he worked was selected for
and in combat
participated many ;
LCdr. Lanier was cited for his missions to obtain intelligencedata the Chief of Information Merit EiL ,
service in Vietnam from June on the enemy. Award as one of the five-column .,
1971 to May 1972. As Intelligence newspapers in the Navy due to y "1 F
Officer for the Third Coastal The Joint Services Com his superb photographic work.
Zone, he was solely responsible I mendation Medal was awarded to
for the supervision of Naval YNl Edward J. Bourdeaux for
Intelligence Liaison officers in service with Operations Team Boyd's
the four coastal provinces of One,National Military Command
t Military Region Four,and for the Center, Operations Directorate,
Barbs"Better &J.r
collecting, analyzing and Organization of the Joint Chiefsof .
dissemination intelligence of Staff.
naval interest in the Third He was assigned as non _
Coastal Zone.According commissioned officer of the _
to his citation, "he Emergency Message Automatic
was solely responsible for the Transmission System.
vast improvement of the Viet-

namese intelligence gathering PHI Carl Oglesby, who was
i" .*. capability within that zone". staff photographer in Vietnam
He also received his 2nd-10th from December 1971 to April
Air Medal. 1972, has received the Navy
a Achievement Medal for
I Two others received the Navy professional achievement.
Commendation Medal. As photographer for the Public
LCdr. Charles Moore, who has Affairs Officer on the combined
been the Plans and Studies staffs of Commander U. S. Naval Clyde Howard Red Cross Field Director
Division officer at FICEUR since Forces, Vietnam, and Chief, quit while you're ahead
August 1969, was cited for Naval Advisory Group, U. S. sailor, I'm jut jetting warmed Red Cross Auxiliary
meritorious service. Military Assistance Command, aD!l''


Welcomes New Director
NOW THRU SATURDAY, JULY 8th

AT CEDAR HILLS PENNEYS Jax The NAS Jax Red Cross provide health and welfare
Auxiliary recently welcomed Mr. reports, counseling, financial
Clyde Howard as their new field assistance and whatever else the
director.Mr. serviceman and his dependents
Howard came to NAS Jax might need. To help him do all
; JCPenney from Moody Air Force Base in this he said that he will also be
Georgia where he spent two working closely with the local
months after returning from Jacksonville Red Cross Chapter.
Yokuska,Japan where he servedas Mr. Howard said that he is :
,, Red Cross Senior Field hopeful of meeting with the
Director. He has also served two various commands on base in the
,
.. tours in Vietnam for the Red very near future.A .
i Cross. native of Crossett, Ark. and
4 ii ) As the new field director for an ordained Southern Baptist
.. NAS Jax, Mr. Howard said that minister, Howard joined the Red
tt .._ his main purpose is to be. of Cross in 1966 anti accepted his
true-to-life assistance to the serviceman and first job with them at Fort Polk,
portraits his dependents who reside on La.
base. In order to do.this he will

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Jax Oceanographic ". Notargiacomo Becomes

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: Office RenamedJax .r VP-45's New XOCdr.

Jax .. Cdr. Joe He received his
The Naval Branch Defense r
Oceanographic Office of Staff.through The first the Joint appointed Chiefsof Notargiacomo has becomethe bachelor's degree in

Jacksonville -the Navy's"close- director is Lt.Gen.HARD Penny, new executive officer philosophy from Fordham
to-the-Fleet" agency that sup- USA. His deputy director will be for Patrol Squadron-45, University in 1955 and his
ports Navy mapping and charting appointed from either the Navy filling the position left by master's in international

requirements throughout or Air Force.. Future directors, < Cdr. Paul Herring, who is affairs from George
the southeast U.S. and the r
deputy directors
and key
military the Pelican
now Washington University in
Caribbean area, has been renamed personnel will be appointed at the
the DMA HydrographicCenter discretion of the Secretary of squadron's commandingofficer. 1966. He became a naval

Jacksonville Office. Defense upon recommendations aviator at NAS Hut-
The change in the title became by the Joint Chiefs of Staff in Cdr. Notargiacomo chinson, Kansas in 1957.
effective July 1. Its post office keeping with the Joint, all- recently completed
address,local and autovon phone services concept under which the
training in the P-3C at NAS The commander is in
numbers will remain the same. DMA is organized.The .
Patuxent River Md. Jacksonville for
Although the fast, courteous transfer of all Armed the
and economical service to its Services map and chart Before that, he was second time during his

Navy communitywidecustomers responsibilities to the DMA assigned as Southeast Asia Navy career. His first
will not change, much should have no adverse affect Joint Plans and OPNAV assignment was with VP-

else, historically speaking, will updn meeting Navy community'sneeds. Vietnamization Officer on 18 in 1964. He now lives

be affected by the overall The current physical Notargiacomo the staff of the Chief of here with his wife and
of Defense directivethat
Department support facilities have not been
led to the change in the of affected by the command and Naval Operations. three children. ....,

fice's DOD title.Directive 5105.40 of operational Navy ships,changeover units and to agencies DMA. Help Prevent Car Thefts In Military I

January 1 directed the should submit requisitions and .,
organization of the Defense follow requisitioning proceduresthat Jax (NAVNEWS) As In parked there a few minutes. in some hidden place. This often
Mapping Agency as the single they have always used. civilian life, auto theft In the Surprisingly, most car thefts helps identify a car when the
DOD agency to assume all Although the title of their office military is a growing problem.Last happen In residential areas. engine numbers and other
authority, functions and and chain-of-command may year an estimated 940,000 -Do not attract potential identifying features have been
responsibilities pertaining to change, the staff of the newly cars were stolen in the U.s. ...an thieves by leaving valuable items tampered with.
mapping, charting and geodesy named DMA HydrographicCenter average of one every 34 seconds. exposed in your car. Often -Do not"hide"an extra ignition
(MC&G) activities that were, Jacksonville Office, Yet, there are a few simple thieves will pilfer your car, then key under a floor mat, seat the
until that date, performed by the guarantee, one thing will not steps which a serviceman can drive it away as an after thought. hood or some other "safe" place.
Navy, Army and Air Force. change. That is it's "Customers take to help minimize the -Park lighted,well traffickedareas -Unless local laws require it,
The DMA director is respon- First" attitude. possibility of having his car preferably near a street never leave the car's registration
sible directly to the Secretary of stolen: lamp or a lighted store window. papers in the glove com
-Most Important, remove your Most thieves won't risk workingon partment. Professional thieves
(Con't from Page 8)) ignition key and lock your car. a locked car in the light when prize such proof of ownership.

food products using these Admiral Longley Appointed Don't leave car doors unlocked or there's usually a car nearby that -If your car is stolen,report the
analytical methods revealed no WASHINGTON (AFPS) keys in your car Just because you someone left parked In the dark. theft promptly to,the police and to
nitrosamlnes except for some. Reaerve Rear Admiral William think it's parked in a "safe" -Have a private l identification your insurance company.
extremely low levels in a few H. Longley has been appointedto place or because you'll only be on your car-scratch your Initials
a three-year term on the Re-
samples of highly smoked, serve Forces Policy Board.
nitrated fish products.The .

when large original amounts finding of nitrite of tumors and SAVE ON 1972 VOLKSWAGENS !

of certain secondary amines are S
fed to rats has been confirmed by
another laboratory using mice it
is particularly interesting to note JOIN THE
that in three chronic studies ...
where nitrite was fed as a con TIGER TEAMThe
trol, together with a natural
ration,there was no indication of opportunity Is yours at
carcinogenic effect. one of these outstandingEnco
locations.
The knowledge available at this
time indicates that no imminent EXPRESSWAY & McDUFF
hazard exists from the traditionaluse 1.10 & STOCKTON r OPEN TODAY 9-5
of nitrates and nitrites In

foods. MODEST INVESTMENT
.-1Ii is o 1....ao so.,... EXCELLENT INCOME
PHONE 31453) I POTENTIAL SPECIAL FACTORY SALE .
I I .. NO SERVICE STATION THROUGH A .

I II EXPERIENCE PAID TRAINING NECESSARY VOLKSWAGENHAS
BUSH
;)I \' FINANCING AVAILABLE TOM
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I FOR INFORMATION CALL PURCHASED 23 FACTORY EXECUTIVE
12 9.1251 King St.
,I Jacksonville,Florida ; Nick Beranek. 1972 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLES & STATION WAGONSAT
TREMENDOUS SAVINGS TO YOU!
I WANTEDUSED 354-8481.
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Equipped With: ,:.q .
All Are Fully
CAMERAS AND 8AM TO 5PM :
I DOLLAR388U35BRING WE PAY 744-1124 .FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING LEATHERETTE INTERIOR ;
.1 TOP AM-FM RADIO VENT SHADES
THIS AD WITH you I EVENINGS & WEEKENDS .WHITE SIDE WALL TIRES UNDERCOATING .
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AND SOME HAVE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONThese

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AL BONATI factory warranty left,and uo-to-date maintainance.
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Lounge A Dine
Entertainment nltely Quarterdeck Olympic
With TV, Dial Phone
Rest.ur.nt 250 Beautiful Rooms
Swimming" pool, Free Undercover Parking.


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so YOU NAMED. YOUR CAUSE WE CAB Establishes New
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KIDS ENNIE 'MEANIE:
""MINEY" AND ,rGEDRGE:' JUST DOW7

t; WHY "GEORGE";? "MOE.WANT"ANY Charter Flight RulingsWashington

r ,
The Civil presently lawful pro-rata mercial air carriers have
9'- Aeronautics Board has charters organized through reduced air fares to help servicemen -
{ established a new class of charter recreational groups, military! traveling to their homes
flights, called Overseas Military ":sociations and other charter and their dependents traveling
Personnel Charters, on U.S. worthy groups, and some may overseas to visit them.
>> Commercial carriers.The flights even travel on a space-available
will be available to U.S. military basis." Following the lead of the U.S.
\a personnel stationed outside the 48 The Board also authorized a lines, foreign flag lines have
contiguous United States and new class of chartered operatorsto reduced fares with the result that
,
h WAN"a Defense Department civilian act as indirect air carriers for many DOD personnel are
employees who are citizens the new class of charters. traveling on them.Recognizing .
; G 4r stationed with the U.S. military Recognizing that travel
I Q ,
that those
I ? personnel outside the 50 United arrangements for'the summer personnel
States. have the right to travel in
may already have been made,
However,under the new ruling, the Board granted interim any way that they wish when on
the reduced fare charters cannotbe operating authority to those leave, DOD points out that if they
L used by military servicemen, chartered operators who were were properly informed they
DOD employees or retired engaged in military charter would see that it is to the nation's
military personnel and their operations on August XI, 1971, to benefit if they traveled on
families living in the United operate contracted flights until domestic carriers.As .
States. October 1. Paul Riley, deputy assistant
N 'wiii c The Board concludes that Trying to. help stop the U.S. Secretary of Defense (Supply
the new regulation should apply to gold-flow abroad, DOD officials, Maintenance and Services) said,
\I 1I servicemen stationed in Alaska, in a companion statement said, "...each purchase of travel ac-
\.. Hawaii and U.S. Territories and "U.S. air carriers are the way to comodations from a foreign flag
\ Possessions because the distanceand go." airline contributes directly to the
,. her cost of travel between those Recently, at DOD's request, adverse flow of gold from the
< points and the 48 contiguous international U.S. flag com..,. U.S. to foreign lands."
United States is often comparableto

and travel the U.S.between foreign points Navy Ships Become

rN The "outside the 50 States"
." I
restriction on charter flight use
1K J tr1\\1 .by DOD civilians is because they Underwater HavensJax
Sj \" 1 unlike'military servicemen in
Hawaii and Alaska-may
J' generally be expected to have Old Navy ships stricken with scuttled wooden fishing
permanent .homes near their from active service will soon be trawlers and concretefilledtrees
DEER employment.The used for the creation of underwater .

new rule did have one fish havens. Also, Florida is designing
an
NGS.ESTATES The will assist the
Navy
important note for the U.S. based
I t lKEYSTONE'HEIGHTS artificial reef near Key West,
Tidewater Artificial Reef
..AT ci military servicemen, DOD where the Navy is expected to
Association of Virginia with a
civilian employees and retired
sink at least one decommissionedcruiser
MOBILE HOMESITES '. military personnel and their project to create an artificial reef the USS WilkesBarre.To .
off the coast of Norfolk, Va. The
families. It out that those
il Clyde W. Simpson & Co "How do you expect me to pointed program involves placing unserviceable comply with state
persons are more likely than
the boat white if
'f REALTOR 356.6849 paint you landing craft and regulations, the ship was cleanedto
keep sticking your dirty foot in most citizens "to be able to
the paint. Chief?" arrange vacation travel with floating causeways off the coastin remove all potential pollutantsfrom

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DON AND THE RENEGADES ': 64 63 VW FORO,2Dr.HTV.8ATR Square back, Doesn't Run S140$100

RECORDING 63 RENAULT Dauphin4CHEVELLE,6cyl.ATR&H
ARTISTS :. $240

>f- SUNDAYS TILL 11 PM MONDAY & TUESDAY TILL 2AM CHEVROLET,2Dr.,6cyl.ATR8H '. $260$260
67 CHEVY II,2Dr.,6cyl.R&HStlck t
Dancing *Singing Entertainment II VW Bus a : $260
$2$0
64 VW Sedan,R&H.Green.Runs Good
$370
47 TEMPEST Lemans,4cytlck|
,I gNt 41 FIAT Conv. CpeR4H,8SO Series. $340mo

WnuuuttnlnninuatnIIHfl$ ummuunlnninnltllltlIImflh u ENTEQTAIN 40 VW Pick-up Truck,Runs very good .
= 24 Hour A Dav 7NITESAWEEK 67 VW Square Back4SPLYMOUTH,4cyl.ATRaH ,::.'- $3fO
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= \ = ,,, ORANGE 66 VW Sed.. R&H
r: 5 SUNDAY TILL MIDNIGHT i 67VWSed.R&H SS'O

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you can drink. I 295HAPPY '
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try ... 9 ..67'LEMANS S7tO.
HOUR Northtnt.Florida'* 510 0mI. DflUXMport cpeF.c. AC.POW Bucket, Seats,
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,HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY
Publisher CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING :

Movie Schedule 1 1B


NAS JAXAIRNEWS Jacksonville ; CALL: 388-2755
:
:= AdS Should be mailed to arrive not later than MlfflmfflB lH mMMfflffl Mf M M
LATWINGER Tuesday for publication the following Thursday
= AdS arriving too late for this deadline will'
be
NAS
Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published the! fOllowing week unless the Thursday,July Starring Gene Wilder and Margot
publisher J Is 'Instructed< otherwise A check or NAS: "FROGS" Color Science Kidder. "R" (88 min.)

received money LeTMr the full cost of the ad must be Fiction, Starring Ray MiMand! HOSPITAL: "A BULLET FORSANDOVAL"
4747 San Juan Avenue = the copy for the ad Joan Van Ark, "GP" ido min.)

Jacksonville, Florida RATE minimum charge((3 lines) $200 HOSPITAL : "TWELVE Wednesday: ,July 12
Per additional line((4 words per line) ..soEMPLOYMENT CHAIRS" Color Comedy, NAS: 'THE FRENCH CON-

Starring Ron Moody and Dom NECTION" Color Suspense,

'.: ; n \ _'.: hU'H': DeLuise, "G" ((96 min.) Starring Gene Hackman and

.... ': :' :,',\::"". :,:..:..,.',:.,'::""':unn.;"""""." """ BEING TRANSFERRED aa ? NAS "WINDSPLITTER"ColorTeenage Friday,July 7 Fernando Rey. "R" (104 min.)

[ .. .. ... .................... ........ . I[r'\:; :; ;)REAL: :ESTATE:::::::1:1:1:1i::: II Let a retired Navy man who understands : Drama Starring Jim HOSPITAL: "QUACKSER
'' FORTUNE HAS A COUSIN
., :'":::':::::::';::;:::::-::-::::::':,:::::",::',:':::'::'::; ::,:"';'' ; : ::' : : rental YOUR of your problems house until managethe you McMullan and ,Joyce Taylor. THE BRONX"Tickets IN

JOBSI JOBSI JOBSI return to Jax.Bartleson "GP" (95 min.HOSPITAL .)
Shorthand Secretarys, Dictaphone CASH On Sale
,O'Neill& Payne,Inc. "FROGS"Saturday
:
Operators, Typists, Clerks, We buy,sell and trade equities. 1147 So.
Edgewood Ave.
Keypunchers. Louise T. Bailey 388.9311WILMAR ,July 8 At Special ServicesLeon
HIGH PAY NO FEE 771.3 605 Broker NAS: "SONG OF THE
Call Norrell Temporary SOUTH" Color Drama
396.5371 APARTMENTSAir partly Russell-July 11-$4.50

NORMANDY ACRES Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living animated, Starring Bobby Issac Hayes-July 1545.00
MALE PARTTIMEN 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road room, Kitchen, Brfst. nook, parking Driscoll and Luana Patten. "G" Uriah Heep-July 16-ROO ...
&weekends to pressure wash frontage to 10 acre tracts. Land Is space for 2 cars, water, sewage, (94 min.) Jax Suns-50 cents each for home &.
the best Investment garbage, lawn .
trucks. $2. per hr. Must have own for the future. service, Furnished
HOSPITAL "WIND-
transportation. 353.4641. Other tracts available over Southwest $120., Unfurnished 100. plus 4 percent : games
Jacksonville. sales tax. 387.2541 weekends, 389- SPLITTER" Pro Football-August 5-$4.50 and
Wynne Realty Florida 0744. Sunday, July 9 $6.50
FULL TIME.PART TIME SALES 389.5514
High Commission Security Field 389.8507 NAS: "THE BAREFOOT

354.5450 FURN.APT.NEAR NAS&CECIL EXECUTIVE" Color Comedy,
HIDDEN WATERS 2br,fenced yard, swimming pool. 80.
Black Starring Joe Flynn and Kurt
Creek, Canal or Lake lots mo7710348.
BEALoVueLADYSell available. Excellent Russel. "G" (96 min.)
fishing, boating,
completely organic LoVue beauty
,aids, full or part time. And earn full swimming Mobile Home area. High, HOSPITAL: "SONG OF THE WANT

profit as you train to become a Beauty wooded Lake Asbury lots. E-Z on No.terms.209,One LaRue.mile 725-E. II i MOBILE HOMES i lill SOUTH"
Consultant Call 768.8820 or 7658970 3992. < Monday,July 10

NAS: "A BULLET FOR ADS.

HOUSEKEEPER WANTEDCall JUSTISS TRAILER PARK SANDOVAL" Color Western, .
WE BUY A SELL EQUITIES 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern
388.2755 Call us for quick service. trailers and apts. 389.3007.Discount Starring Ernest Borgnine and
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. George Hilton. "GP" (91 min.)
4543 Wesconnett Blvd. Dan's HOSPITAL : "THE Call
'II 771.3052 10707 Beach Blvd.
I 111Ii11t 111 137.3864
BAREFOOT EXECUTIVE"Tuesday
See us before you buy your mobile
home. You can pay more elsewhere.We ,July 11 388-2755
have a 12x50, 2br unit on sale this NAS: "QUACKSER FORTUNE .
A RECORDED MESSAGE BY A NEW HOMES week for 3595.
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells 3 & 4 BR, 2 baths Built-in.Range, HAS A COUSIN IN THE
you how you may become a Cetn. Heat, Prices from 19900. FLORIDIAN BRONX" Color Comedy,

DISCJOCKEY Terms. Edw. 0. Lyon, Broker. 389- 12x60, 2br, 1 bath, Washer, 2 AC,
Call'355.2'44 any hour 0361. Carpet. 3900. 772.7030. -

Veterans VAAPPROVEDFor and serviceman 71 DOLPHIN

WATERFRONT 12x65, 2br, 2 bath, Cent Air & Heat.
Exclusive area, Orange Park. 3BR, C.U. financing. Take over pmts. Aft. .,AllIw
GEORGE'S KENNELS 2b., approximately 3,000 sq. ft. FR 12 733.5803
Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. with corner fireplace and built-In ;
Pick up & Delivery Available. bookcase. Custom draperies and 71 STAR
Grooming, Deflealng a.. Bathing. Wallto. Wall carpets 12x64, 3br, Ittb., AC, Cent Heat, Bay
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard through out Gazebo with outdoor window, 8x10 storage shed. 4800. 786- 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511
entertainment facilities,
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 dock with 2159.
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. water and electricity. Electronic OPEN DAILY8TO8:30-SATURDAYBTOS
door Built.in custom.
garage opener.
SUNDAY 1 T06 PM
color Kitchen appliances.Central heat I F TRANSPORTATION'>
and air. $65,000 with (15,800 mortgage
71 GHIA CONVERTIBLE.AC
NEW KARMAN .
RCA and ZENITH STEREO balance and payments of only $126.00mo.
Consoles, some with AM.FM, tape Phone for appointment. 264.2682. AM-FM Radio. $2895
players, at dealers' cost to
liquidate CREDIT UNION REPO
stock. Full warranty I Phone 7710409. PRESCOTT,ARIZONA 69 Olds Conv. V.8, PS, PB, AC, Exec. THREE KARMAN GHIAS.

Offers best climate In the state. cond., Call Mr. Roher, 384-5941. New paint, R&H. $1895 to $2095

LIVE CRABS Historic old ranch developed Into 2. 71 VW4-Dr.Sedan, ACATR&H $2895

Wilford's Fish Camp acre National homesltes Forest. Two near acrtas Prescott: $19995 OPEL GT1900 70 VW SQUARE BACK. AT, R&H $2495

264.9707STEREO I'low terms. For full details write Mrs. 2000.Excellent Call condition 744 1931., Original owner. 70 VW FASTBACK. R&H $1795
-
A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233
69 SQUAREBACK. R&H $1995
COMPONENT North 7th St., Phoenix 85006.
TAKE UP PAYMENTS 68 COUNTRY SQUIRE ST.WGN. TWO-69 VW FASTBACKS.
Brand new, never used, left in lay.a- Exec,condo 1700.or best offer
One with AC AT R&H and
:. 264 7906 $1895 $1995
-
Professional turntable, plays all
way. ,
size records, head phone lack. 111f,1tll3lllillPRIVATE! 70 VW SEDAN. ACR&H,4new

Balance 64.or$9.per month.Call 398- white-wall tires. $1895
1683, ask for layaway department.
TRAILER SPACE SQUAREBACK FOUR.69 VW SEDANS.

Large,shady and garden space. Near 1195. New paint, R&H. $1495 to $1595
NAS & Cecil. 7710348. 264-5413
LAWN MOWING A EDGINGcall TWO68VWSEDANS. R&H,, $1350 and $1395
Hart
771-3211 Ext.$340KIRBYVACUUMCLEANER ORANGE PARK <(66 VW SEDAN. R&H' ,r '; i t. .. $795
2 BR, Apts. furn. or unfurn., 710PELST.WGN.Assume "
Dlswasher, Drapes, Carpets, payments 69 CHEVELLE STATION WAGON.

Elizabeth Apts. 771.1405 or 771-3355. 264.5827 AT, R&H .tyes" $1595

Original cost over $200. Looks & runs 70 VW CAMPER, Pop Top $2895
like brand new.Cash balance(89,or
$7.50 mo. Rayflelds 771.7891. I BUY U.S. SA VINGS ,BONDS I 70 DELUXE BUS $2495


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Mac ALPINE A SUMMERSTEAL !

Local moving & storage specialist. * *.* * ..
Licensed and insured. 355-6357 or 354- * *..*$ * AUSTIN HEALEY'CONVERTIBLE
1022, Nights 1718949.SEWING :
TIKI] '
New paint, Radio and Heater


1972 Dial-A.Matic MACHINE sewing machine, : P TYME : was, $1395 NOW$1295 ,

never been used was Mother's Day .

layaway and never picked up. Only "The Texas Time Bomb'- *, : 'Ii -
$43. balance due. Purchaser left area *' Nice Selection of other Model VW's
and we are unable to locate. Machine SIX NIGHTS WEEKLY.
may be'purchased for 48. cash or 9. :
LIMITED ENGAGEMENT!
per month. Will take older machinefor h 100 % GUARANTEE!

part payment. Full home trial, no
obligations Call 3981683 ask for r TOPLESS 12 We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
layaway department. : we tuned up tightened,and,replaced everything that needed it.
r GO-GO GIRLS And guaranteed them 109 percent for the repair or replacement of alf
_.. ._ J4.- maior mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
DOBERMAN PUPPIES'AK
Ctntmvtw ih.w .".4-2AM IN THE LOUNGE 4.8 P.M. double! \ check.
,Champion bloodline
'
SrlAKfASYHOOW ..
264-5258 *ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE

SIGHT LOUNGE ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL, SYSTEM
FUR.NITURE"U.PHOLSTERY.' if Out of
Free Pick Up & Delivery Free
Estimates. Satisfaction Guaranteedon 1080CASSAT AVE 388.9016* ,* *
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all work and material. Calf(Koblar. -
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I Try This Weekend Tour J : 'f <,


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ON this 302-mile auto trip you'll visit PARK. his capture by Union forces. Go south on posed of it in Savannah: Continue 10
I the old plantation belt where Revolution. Magnolia Springs is famed for its U.S.lto. miles south on U.S. 1 to the junction with
ary battles swirled and cotton was king. crystal-clear, natural waters. You'll also Route 78 near Wadley, and go east on

You'll tour Augusta, where 13 American enjoy a visit to the adjacent MILLEN NATIONAL 182m. LOUISVILLE. The city'was namedfor Route 78 to the junction with Route 17.
British. HATCHERY AND Continue Ncrf go east on Route 17 to .
patriots were hanged by the FISH AQUARIUM. Louis XVI of France, to,show United
T At Louisville, you'll see an old slave north on U.S. 25 to...
direct
204m. MIDVILLE. You are on the
market still intact and a bell that was States appreciation of French aid duringthe line of Sherman's dread "March to the
part of pirate loot. 103m. WAYNESBORO. Named for "MadAnthony" Revolutionary War, and it was the Continue east to MILLEN and the
Sea.
Start from the point nearest you, or... Wayne, the colorful Revolutionary state capital from 1796 to 1805. Its U.S. 25. Drive south on
War hero, this community was once junction with
shaded streets reflect the fact that an
the center of the old Georgia cotton plan. U.S. 25 to.. .
START on Savannah's Bay Street, near early legislature stipulated that it be laid
U.S. 25 to...
the center of town, and go west to the tation belt. Proceed north on out "after the style of Philadelphia." The 250m. STATESBORO, a large tobacco

junction with Route 21. At the junction, 134m. AUGUSTA. This city was foundedby OLD MARKET HOUSE, also known as the Old market and the seat of GEORGIA SOUTHERN
take Route 21 to RINCON, a small villagein James Oglethorpe in 1735. It was the Slave Market, was erected in 1758 and COLLEGE. Proceed southeast on U.S. 80
the heart of the turpentine region. Continue state capital for ten years at the time of antedates the town. And hanging in the to the junction of Interstate 16, then to...
northwest through SPRINGFIELD,to... the American Revolution. tower of the Market House is a bell cast

Recently, one of Georgia's most historic in France In 1772. It was stolen from a
63m. SYLVANIA. This was the site of a shrines here, MACKAY HOUSE, went New Orleans convent by pirates who dis 302m. SAVANNAH.

pitched battle during the American Revo through a color restoration when research I
lution. The breastworks on BRIER CREEK revealed that the 200-year-old house,long
can still be discerned after 200 years. It known as the "White House," was orig.
will be rewarding to take a side jog north inally blue, trimmed with red. Here 13 Sale of Miles
here on U.S. 301 to Georgia's TOURIST American patriots were hanged by the o-'10 -20 I 30,
WELCOME CENTER. It offers free cold drinks, British during the Revolution. MEADOW
and brochures about the attractions of GARDEN (Nelson Street),was the home of Augusta\
the state. Continue west on Route 21.82m. George Walton, one of the signers of the
FORT GORDON
The Tour Roul.Inlersl.tl.
Declaration of Independence. golfersin MIL. RES.C *
the family won't have to be remindedthat @ Highway' Numbers
the AUGUSTA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB is the I w (8 u.S.Highway' Numbers
scene of the prestigious MASTERS GOLF (fJO! ) State Highway' ,. Numbers
'h 12 Approximate Mileages,
TOURNAMENT Take U.S.: 1, skirting FORT Wrens 2S
GORDON MILITARY RESERVATION,and proceed --

J I 1 southwest to. Waynesborot
24 0
"4
167m.WRENS.This is the boyhood homeof Louisville *I TOURIST '.
Erskine Caldwell.POPE HILL,on the eastern MAGNOLIA ;o.x\wicov( >> ',. ., ,
of the town built about $ 1NGS CENTER;
edge was
.. re i' sr,rc. 301]
-_ 1850 inn and sta. ,' .
as an stagecoach relay Wadley I lyMidville J
MILLEN. Five miles north of here, tion. It was here that Jefferson Davis h 21 Sylvania .,

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TrafficViolations







Jax The following is a reportof
motor vehicle accidents and
traffic violations for the period of
June 19-25. "
Number of Accidents
This week 5
This week a year ago 5
Total accidents this year 197 : :
Total accidents through this : :

period last year 152
Total number of days since last C117nrrriToday

injury in a motor vehicle accident 32


Number of days since an injury --- ............ -
last year at this time 2
Number of Violations almost every family or under standards set by the Na- You can get full information eral Credit Union, Washington,
This week 34 individual has a need to bor- tional Credit Union Administration. about establishing membershipin D. C. 20301, and the Navy Fed- I
Speeding 12 row cash occasionally.It one of these organizations by eral Credit Union, Washington,
is not writing to the Pentagon Fed- D. C. 20360.
Reckless driving 1 necessarily bad
Going through stop sign 3 money management to decideto
Other Violations 18 borrow at an appropriatetime The highest rate of interest SEE THE NEW ?z.(
Twenty-three drivers appeared from a reputable lender of this type of credit union can

before the Traffic Hearing Boardon cash. charge month by on law the is unpaid 1 per cent balancean per ROLLING HILLS C- J 6 TODAY!
June 29. Disposition of the The all-important consideration -
( annual rate of 12 per cent).
cases Included the following: is, of course, the "reputable ,
Fifteen lost driving and lender of cash." However, because they deal

parking privileges aboard the. Your credit union is one of only with shareholders and of-
station for various periods; the most reputable lenders.As fer a variety of kinds of loans, _
most credit unions can loan
Seven were assigned to completean
money at annual interest rates r _
eight-hour course in remedial a matter of fact, a Department significantly lower than this legal
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driving; None received a of Defense directive maximum and very competitive __ vJJ ,
suspension; Five were given a (1000.10, "Credit Unions Serv- with bank rates for the
warning; Three were dismissed; ing DoD Personnel") endorses same type of loans.
Three were fined (U.S. both you and your credit union ,-,
when it comes to getting together -
Magistrate); and Eight were
referred to commanding officersfor for cash loans. For a small membership fee
possible disciplinary action. (with many credit unions, as
Fifteen drivers were assessed The directive states that credit small as 25)< ) and the purchaseof ., /_
unions on military installa- at least one share, you get 7726 LENOX AVE.
60 traffic
points. tions or operated under the both savings and borowing privileges :t.r
PHONE 781-1740
Because it is
sponsorship of a military agency a non- .
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aged credit union can usuallypay PATIO

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serving military members, par- more interest on savings than
'ticularly members in pay grades commercial financial firms can.

E-l, E-2, and E-3 who apply f
for loans for worthwhile pur- A variety of secured (mean- FAM ::
poses. Counseling services are ing collateral must be pledged
included in the special attention against the money borrowed)
given to assisting. particularly, and unsecured loans are avail- MODEL C-16 .
this group. able to you as a shareholder in 13 112
@NCO the credit union serving your You'll love the gracious front GAUGE 7j [
installation or command. A porch, spacious entrance foyer
Credit unions are formed by loan can be repaid at any time and the huge family room In this
persons of similar interests who without penalty. Also, life insurance model. The dining area and
A Commission Manager band together to save their covering credit union living room overlook the patio
opportunity is yours at this money and to obtain loans at loans is often free. and the rear garden through $25,500 to
reasonable rates of interest.All .
outstanding Enco location. sliding glass doors. Two car
credit unions formed or operated At least two federal credit $32,000
tool
to serve members of the unions, the Pentagon Federal garage
MAIN AT STATE & UNION Armed Forces or DoD civilian Credit Union and the Navy
employees must meet either Federal Credit Union, operate
Federal or state standards of world-wide. A shareholder can
Benefits: operation. Many are Federal retain his membership no matter -
NO RENT credit unions, which are non- where he is assigned or o /7V I
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Induce vomiting with en Give glass of milk, or give Induce vomiting. (See n. 1)) This List May
emetic such a* "universal antidote" (obtain Give 2 tablespoon epsom salt
Finger In throat or from pharmacy and keep on In 2 glasses' of water
Tablespoon of mustard In on hand at home) Then give large quantities of
hell glass of water, or Induce vomiting hot coffee or strong tea
salt I warm wets, (See n. 1))

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Each .f the sshetanne, U Ike following list has 1I1.lItr following lie same which
Give 2 OM thick starch past* Induce vomiting (See n 1)) Give glass of milk or universal .r
Mix porrratftrch (or flour) with Then give ?z mineral oil antidote. (See n. 2)). rorr""iHHidi with a camber l I. the beers below T. led the alllldetl l ef rouattrd
water, Positively do NOT give InduCt vomiting. (See n. 1)). rich HiibMente match up the number. For ".lIIpl., Ik* eounUrdoM to Acids, (seat!-
Then give 2 on salt In quart vegetable or anima) oil 1 ounce of epaom salts' In I bored 18)),li U the lower right hot (alas containing the MmWr" II).
of warm water Drink until 4 oi hydrogen peroxide pint of water,
vomit flutt I* clear 1 tablespoon sodium bicarb
Finally\ give glass of milk In quart of warm water.
OVERDOSES POISONS
Alcohol _8 Acid ISBichloride Insect & Rat PoisonsBarbiturates3
1 with arsenic .* 2
of Mercury
IT i Belladonna_ 15 Mercury_ 6Camphor with sodium
Bromide I 11 t fluoride 14
with phosphorus S
Codeine t3Heedache. Carbon Monoxide-1B
.> Induce vomiting (See n. 1)) Give a alas of milk. Give' a glass of milk. it Cold Chlorine Bleach 8 1 with DDT- 11
Give 2 teaspoon of sodium Hot coffee or strong tea Induce vomiting. (See n. 1)) Compound 9Stlyclletei Disinfectant' with strychnin 1}
bicarb In a glass' of warm plus whit of raw egg .' Tablespoon sodium bicarb In Iodine Tincture IS
(Aspirin) 9 with chlorineB
water.: quart of warm water-
Iron Compound 7 with carbolic add 12 lye 10
Morphine. Opium_ 13 Food Poisoning 11 Mushrooms- I 11
Paregoric_ 13 Furniture Polish t? Oil of Wintergreen 9
!!] !!.ol I !!J 'Pep'Medicines Gasoline-1T Pine Oil- 17
Sleeping Medicines-7 Kerosene Rubbing Alcohol 9
Household Ammonia 10 Turpentine- t7
Give 2 tablespoons vinegarIn Induct vomiting. (Set n. 1)) Induce vomiting. (See n. 1)) Wishing Soda- 10APPT
2 glasses of water Give 2 tablespoons epsom Then give 2 ounce of castor
Give white of 2 raw eggs or salt In 2 glasses, of water. oil.
2 ounces of olive oil Next give glass of milk or
Do NOT Induce vomiting) white of 2 raw eggs.


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Give glass of milk or unlverssl Give 2 tablespoon or milkof .' Give glass of milk or universal
antidote' (Se* n. 2)). magnesia antidote. (See n. 2)).
2 tablespoons epsom salt In .i Give glass of milk. Induce vomiting. (See) n. 1)).
2 glasses of water. Induce vomiting. (Set n. 1)), Give artificial respiration
Keep patient awake .> Keep patient quiet


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Make patient II* down. Give 2 oi vegetable oil. I large quantity of water By Dr. (Lt. Col.) N. L. Esterl), USAF
Hot coffee or strong tea. Do NOT Induce vomiting. Do NOT Induce 1 vomiting!
Smoking is a major factor in oral cancer, just as it is in lung
cancer. The incidence of oral cancer is four times as great among

smokers as among nonsmokers. Oral cancer is particularly insidious
because it is usually painless until it is too late for treatment

Oral cancer is one of the most malignant of all cancers. Some

i 16,000 new cases of oral cancer are reported each year. About
!. ; two out of three of these will result in death within five years.

Only persons with lung and stomach cancers have lower survival
% A! rates than those 'with oral cancer. Even when oral cancer is treat-

__ able, the treatment is often severely disfiguring.

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oral cancer may be the most frightening result of smoking,
there, are other oral problems associated with the 'use of cigarettes.For .
example, dental scientists have found that smokers have a

much higher incidence of gum disease than the non-smoking popu-
lation. In addition smoking stains the teeth and can cause bad

.breath. Finally, smoking dulls the taste bads and prevents smokers

A oBECAUSEWHATYOU o COSTS $3900' from enjoying fully the varying tastes of different foods.In .

short, smoking is as bad for your oral health as it is for your
general health. People who do not smoke shouldn't start and those

SEE who do smoke should stopimmediately.We .

should add a further word of caution: Do not make the mis-

ISN'T ALLYOU GET take of switching from cigarettes to pipes or cigars. Pipe and cigar
; smokers, have a much higher incidence of lip cancer than non-
smokers do.
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Some dealers try to sell you their pnxluct but how roomy as well.To discover this you
on the strength of its kxiks. have to compare Volvo to smaller cars. 5 Warning SignalsYou

But there sire!stronger reasons to buy a Volvo. Like Caclill Like the Ixxly.! lixl d never know by kx>king, legroom than any of them. More rear scat should know the five warning signals of oral cancer. They.. ,
but it's built so!strong you can slack sevenVolvos legroom than a Buick Electra.And a bigger are:

on top of each other without squashing) trunk than a Lincoln ContiIK. tal. A sore on the lips, gums or Inside. the mouth that: will not .
the one INI the I bottom.Volvo's heal. .
r rcurcncl'iarc built a little TO SEE flOW WELL VOLVO HANDLES,. -

( ificrentlyThcy'rccxeryaINrlnng- YOU HAVE TO r-I: info I Any swelling of the neck, lips, tongue, or palate. .

designed to crumple under.stress:uuluhsorhuu 11 find yourself sliding pazkkiRimpact A numbness or loss of feeling'in any part of the mouth..
| in case of u collision.Volvo's sjxices usually reserved for little compacts.
brakes! are designed> so you shouldn'thave Making sharper turns than you could White patches or red spots on the oral structure.

to lake inlYlnlagc'iithis..) ttdvantage. an a YW. Contained bleeding of oral tissues. _
And whizzing around curves
WE CIVE YOU EVERY BRAKE POSSIBLE. surefootedly.Radial tires are standard.very One last comment. Since early detection of oral cancer is vitalto

Some cars give)'tllllwn disc brakes as an its cure, see your dentist ,regularly. If he observes any ab.
extra.Vc vnJOvl.'S't1lJ fClllr-wlx.'CIlxlwerdlsc"| LOOKNOCARBURETORS normality he will recommend a biopsy to see if the abnormal area
brakes at no extra For$3900 Volvo also gives YGufuclin1Volvo j<'CtKm. is malignant. The sooner oral cancer: is diagnosed the better the. ._
; also comes with a dual circuit braking It costs more! than carburetors,but it's worth it.As 'chances are .for' a minimum of disfiguring surgery and a complete

system that has three wheels on each circuit. you'll 1 discover when you take a Volvo for u cure. I .

If onecircuit fails,you still have 8ff() of your lest t drive. Which well be; happy to arrange.
braking pcm or.You can't see it, but its But before we do! ,you're Ixxind to notice
advantages arc obvious. that thlike! whitewalls,tinted glass and We Offer the Largest Selection of
Our fully reclining bucket seats have carpeting] In the front and rear arc standard.
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hidden advantage (hat will bet inc obvious .. As is an electric rear window defroster. 24' WIDE Mobile Homes in N. Florida !.
when you sit down. Which means that when you buy a Volvo
)Inside the scat backs there are strain that from us,you're getting a lot of the things you We also represent 27 Manufactuers of 12' wide models.We .

can be adjusted! with u knob to$give your kick cm see; in many $3900 c rs. Trade for A nyMnf* u
either firmer or softer sujx| >il.You can't see As well as a lot of the things you can t t see From BUlle Goats Most AllModelsandto

i. this feature. But you can feel it after a long trip. in them. UattlPghips! Floor Plans IN STOCK"

I !IT You couldn't,why would) Mercedes-Ben/ o See US TODAY ,
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ATTENTION PARENTS !

,;l v S1 f gf .A t kdly + ',tyY
Y SCHOOL PHYSICALS AVAILABLE SOONThe
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Pediatric Department at the Naval Hospital, NAS Jax, will again be con-
ducting school physical exams of military dependents on Saturday mornings this
summer The exams will be done between 29 July and 26 August this year. Children
entering school In the first grade, older children moving Into the area who need
required entrance exams,and those enrolling Into pre-public-school kindergartenswill
be eligible. (The kindergartens must be run by the public school system.
Nursery-school physicals and private-kindergarten. physicals will be done
separately on a regular appointment basis.)

.' School physical examinations will be done from 0800 to 1100 on the following
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..... ',-"''..... WITH.... A-F ..July 29
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Farewell Luncheon Mrs.-.1. .1 '" G-M ..August 5 : .
Donna Smith, wife of Capt. Ronald "i'>
Smith, serves Mrs. John R. Kincaid (R) and Mrs. : : '
William G. N-T
Sizemore, champagne ,It the JOWC farewell champagne luncheon "' ,:'y ..August 12 ,, '
held for the Klncllds last week at the Officer's Club. U-Z ..August 19

Custom Book Make Up Exams (Cancellation, Leave) ..AugUSt 26 '''" ..


Parents should make every effort to have their children attend on the scheduled
Aid To Saturday. Only 110 appointments will be given for Make-Up Saturday, and these
PilotsA appointments will be on a first-come first-served basis only. Without these
restrictions It would be Impossible to get everyone seen the last day.It .
will be necessary for each family to fill out the following application blank so
revised and expanded edi- availability of Flight Plan No- that the Hospital will know how many children are coming. The telephone numberIs
tion of "Customs Guide for tification Service. There is alsoa needed so that hospital personnel can call to confirm the appointment.
Private Flyers" is now availableto
column which notes any restrictions -
the general aviation
The latest edition of the booklet public. or special arrangements \1 1j@\ Mj l! ;j j jj MHiM 1 j1JJlt@ttktItt1Mili* fHjMtj: ; lt1ilMMjMlMililili@: :f
outlines information on Customs that apply to each air- : '
entry procedures and require- port. :@I.NAME: AGE:. ?:: .
ments for United States and Individual pilots and general I .
Foreign registry private air aviation organizations may ob- ::11:I; ADDRESS: 4:

craft.It tain a free copy of the publi- ., r
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includes a 25-page listingof cation from their nearest Cus- x
all airports in the United toms office or directly from the ::1 SCHOOL & GRADE r
States which normally have Bureau of Customs, P.O. Box
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Customs services available. The 118, Washington, D.C. 20044.If :-': :: ::: :::::::::::::::::::::':::: ':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: ::::: ;:::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::*::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::: ::::: :ft -
alphabetical listing by state,
gives the name of the facility, quantity copies are desired, There will be no need to call I for an appointment If this form Is sent in. A separate
its Federal Aviation Adminis- the booklet may be purchasedfrom form Is required for each child.And It Is desirable that immunizations be up to dateIf
tration location identifier, the the Superintendent of Doc- possible before the exam.
Customs office telephone num- uments, Washington, D.C. 20402, NAVHOSP, JAX, 6-5-72
ber, and information on the at 25 cents a copy.

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PASTOR CECIL WIGGINS t o w :'<:.,,:*; CREDITm "' tt at our Roosevelt

Sunday School 9.43A.M.Morning ; 3p r.. s
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Evening Service 7:30 P.M. I !:f 'tMWh':' : \l {w: \ td'I <<<

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1' I Roosevelt Mall we recommend that

THe RPRRTmenTI( 1 tL a- you enter the shopping center by
Wabash Avenue. You may park In
WITH TR FFIC... .f WABASti} AVENUE the lot behind the Credit Union and
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45. Bill walked 4 and struckout 9. commence July 7th. A total of s On June' 30,. the Dental
Mutt Chavis stroked a solo eleven teams have entered. For '" Department: bid a sad farewell to
VA-45 took the measure of homer for VA12. Jim Beasley the 1st weeks schedule and tee :A an old and dear friend, when

Medical, 74. VA-45 tallied 4 runs had 2 hits for VA-45. times, team captains may call <,, ..;...: '", CAPT. Richard W. OHL, DC,
in the 6th inning to overcome a Admin avenged an earlier 10-0 USN was "piped over the side",
one run deficit. McAlister led off whitewashing by Medical as they 345.The teams entered are: having completed 32 years of
with a single, and with two outs, stomped the Corpsmen 181. VA-174 No. 1 continuous active service.
Jim Beasley, Aungst, Kitts and Mike Ciopryna with 4 hits; Ray VA-174 No. 2 Following the Commanding
Mihok hit back-to-back singles to Bathurst, Ed Tonges and Rakus VA-45 ypV K WR 4Captain Officers inspection last Friday,
account for the run run rally. with 2 led a 14 hit Admin attack VA-12 l CAPT Ohl was presented with the
Roy Sipes pitched a steady which saw the game put the game VA-66 Navy Commendation Medal for
game to take the win. Terry out of reach when 8 runs came in Supply > &.. his ceaseless efforts in main..
Pangburn absorbed the loss. to score in the opening frame. NAMTD "f taining the highest professional
Admin downed AIMD 9-5. George Loy took the win, and AIMD \"._ ,.....m Wi standards in the field of den
Admin also has an uphill climb. Heyd the loss.ROLLER. CLAW-1 Ohl I tistry, particularly oral surgery.
The winners chased 8 runs across SKATING MARINES During his tenure of duty at Cecil
the ,plate in the 6th inning. Skating sessions at the Cecil WeaponsAll Field, CAPT Ohl made himself
Lightle reached on. an error and Field Gym will be held on golfers interested in par available,day and night, to serve
Cuddles Grace walked. Both Monday, Wednesday and Friday ticipating in the 6th Naval game scratch the other night to the dental needs of both military
runners came in when the instead of Friday and Saturdayfor District tournament to be held at take the lead for high game personnel and retirees.
oJ' rightfielder booted Al Allison's the remainder of the summer. Pensacola are urged to sign. up at honors in' the Thursday Night CAPT and Mrs. Ohl make their
fly ball. Ed Tonges and Carter Hours for skating will remain the the pro shop. National Bowling home in Lafayette, California.
singled,Ray Bathurst and Bowen same: 17002300. On July 22-23, 18 holes of golf League..Contrary to popular CAPT John T. JANUS, DC,
walked; Mike Ciopryna and An ample supply of skates in all will be played each day to belief, Mike Ciopryna did not USN will take over the reins of
winning pitcher George Loy were sizes are available for your determine the low four golfers play the role of the turtle in the Senior Dental Officer. He has
safe on errors. Lightle, up for his skating pleasure. Admission is who will represent Cecil Field in saga of the tortoise and the hare. served in the capacity of Senior
second time in the inning drew a .75 cents including skates. the District Tournament. Win To dispel such thoughts, Mike Assistant Dental Officer at Cecil
walk to force in the final run. The skating rink is open to all ners in the 6ND could con stole 2nd base the other night. Field since September, 1971.
Dale Howard was the victim of military, retiree's and their ceivably go on to the regionals, The fact that he was sub* He graduated from Perkington,
the error filled inning. dependents residing in the All-Navy and All-Service. sequently nipped at the plate Miss. High school; received his
VA.12,5 VA-45,1. Although Jacksonville area. On July 9th, a one day 36 hole while attempting to score from B.S. degree from the Universityof
rusty from a lengthy layoff, Bill GOLF tournament will be sponsored by 2nd on a double should not detract Mississippi and his D.D.S.
Stromquist returned to the The Summer-Winter 1972 In. the Cecil Field Golf Associationto from his feat..Jim Lee has from Loyola of New Orleans.
rubber and threw a 5 hitter at VA- tramural Golf Season willSummer determine the top golfer at scheduled another workout for CAPT Janus successfully
.1 Cecil Field for 1992. The his Cecil Field Raiders softball completed a 1 year postgraduatecourse
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champion will be crowned with a team at 2000, Wednesday,July 5. in general dentistry at the
wedge at a banquet to be held at Practice will be held on the north National Naval Medical Center,
the CPO Club following the field..0nce again we have been Bethesda, Md.
tournament. asked to explain the "infield fly" Some of his previous duty
RAIDER RAMBLINGS: rule: "The batter is out immediately stations were aboard the USS
Pizza IflE.rv Cuddles Grace's quest for the when he hits an infield TICONDEROGA CVA-14, USS
"Golden Glove"award suffered a fly with baserunners on first and LAKE CHAMPLAIN CVS-39,
serious setback when he com- second or on first, second and MCRD, Parris Island, Sub Basel;
mitted four errors ((2 physicaland third with less than two outs. Pearl Harbor, Fleet Marine
>1'yPV R 2 mental) in one inning. The This is called the infield fly Force, Camp Lejeune, Naval
latter may not necessarily be a rule".Ed Tonges broke out of Station Charleston, NAS, Pen-
1 : 'T. Cecil Field record, but it is his hitting slump last week with a sacola (two tours); The naval
considered better than par for the bang. He slapped out a triple and dispensary, Washington, D. C.
k.wr IYlpl course ....Bob Samu rolled a 257 two singles. and more recently the Naval

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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 19


I Fliers Take Second In Glynco Tourney

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Jax Toe jax Navy fliers Carithers. v Navy-Marine IQzI
traveled to NAS Glynco last The first loss of the didn't turn out to be the case,
weekend for the Glynco Invitational for the Fliers tournament however, as the 97 degree heat Bowling
came in the next seemed to take the out of In 506
Softball Tournamentand energy 1. 1971, profession
came back with the second game team in against a close the Palmetto Ford the Fliers bats. They got only one Scores s- golfer won money on the tour.
place trophy, finishing 3-2 behindthe 2-1 contest. Tom hit as they fell 12.1 and settled for Jack Nicklaus won the most,
Palmetto Ford team from Tenhagen held the Palmetto second place. In the final game wL Henry McQuiston the least. lIow
team to five hits but two of those the Palmetto team cracked five IT'S ON ORDER 15 5 much did McQuiston tally
S. C. with
Charleston, a 5-0
record. were homeruns in the same inning homeruns with Bennett and THE BOWLING TEAM 11 6 2. Buffalo has an expansion
Fliers started off the and they proved to be the Redders collecting two apiece. THE SLEEPERS 12 8 basketball team and an expan-
The difference in the game. The sion hockey team. Give the nickname -
tournament last Friday with an Fliers scored their only run by The Fliers record now stands at THEMAGNIGICENT-7 12 8 of each.
impressive 12-5 victory over the way of the homerun ball also as 13 wins and 16 losses. Bob THE DRUNKS 10 10 3. What team holds the National
Mayport team. Ed McBride got Terry Tucker hit one out in the second Dombroski is the team's leading KINGSLEY MOTORS 9 11AE"B" Football League record for most
things started in the first inning inning. hitter through the Glynco 8 12 consecutive regular season Tic-
when he slammed a homerun, The Fliers quickly bounced Tournament with a .390 average.He tories?
bringing in Jim Boyette who had back from leads the team in homerunswith SEMPER PHI 8 12
their loss to Palmetto THE GREEN MACHINE 6 14 4. A 7' 2" center was mainly re-
doubled, for an early 2-0 lead. Ford with a 10-8 victory over the four and triples with four. MURRAY'S FOR LUNCH 6 14 Eponsible for Jacksonville Uni
Terry Tucker made it 3-0 the next Robins Air Force team. Robins Cliff Murray is hitting at a .348 versity's rise to prominence in
Inning when he slammed his jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the clip followed by Ron Sutton at the NCAA 1969-70 basketball
second homerun of the season first inning but the Fliers tied .333 and Tom Carithers at .302. WITHOUT ADVERTISINGYOU season. Name him.

with the bases empty. things up on a run scoring singleby WOULDN'T KNOW .lowU9 IH.lV (t tJ
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back to score four runs in the run in the third but Terry Tucker Sailing 1 D'L.L taE3 Os'CJC.,,1' 0 L-&A B
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Jim Boyette led the Flier's 13- runs across the plate with a
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Ed McBride was the top RBI man the bases when successive
with four. Cliff Murray had a singles by Tom Carithers, Ed
perfect day at the plate with two McBride and Bob Dombroski .5 a Iamilv Place
hits and two RBIs in two trips. brought four more runs across.
The next test for the Fliers was Robins could only come up with 4 1r
the Glynco team and the result one run in the bottom of the
was a 5-1 victory for the Fliers. seventh, giving the Fliers a 4 *
Tom Tenhagen held the Glynco chance to gain revenge for their
team to three singles and one run only loss of the tournament up to
while Gil Montemayor was that point by meeting Palmetto
driving in three runs with a Ford in the Championship game.
double and a sacrifice fly. Jim Since Palmetto was undefeated II,
Boyette added an insurance run going into the championshipgame
with a homerun In the fifth and the Fliers would have had
Ed McBride added another in the to beat them twice on Sunday to
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Il ,Navy Jax Swim Team Makes Intramural I


;.t\\{'e Good Showing At Invitational JAX SPORT BRIEFS Softball I

;'. I Ii It Stanflin s
i: Jax The Navy Jax Swim won the 10-and-under girls 100 fly .- t:;' .
Team recently traveled to the while Mike Scott took seventh in .
office at 3239.BOWLING
JAX NAVY GOLF TEAM AMERICAN LEAGUE
" ,' Randy Reese Swim Team In. the 200-yard IM.
vitational held at Episcopal High John Brennock, in the mean. Jax Personnel in- CENTER W L
, School. In the Nonqualifyingmeet time, captured a third place terested in trying out for CLOSED VP-49 17 2
held the first day,Navy Jax medal in the eight-and-under fly the Jax Navy Golf team to Jax -- The Bowling VW-4 16 3
t swimmers made a strong and placed fourth in the IM and participate in the 6th Center will be closed VP-16 14 5VP56
.,. fifth in the back event. :1:.' 13 5
showing.
Naval District Tour- Monday, July 10 through ', ....
Winning ribbons in the eight The Navy Jax Swim team FAETU 13' 5SUPPLY'
: and-under girls were Pam followed up their Randy Reese nament are invited to Friday, July 14 to repair 10 9
Kangas, Connie Baltes, Jacqui Invitational showing with a fine compete in qualifying and resurface lanes. NDRC : 10 8
Brennock and Donna Jeffries. In showing at the Briarwood rounds ((18 holes) on July Beginning Monday,July 17 GEM 8 11
eight-and-under boys events Recreation Association "B" 22 and 23, and on a day to the Bowling Center will not MEDICAL 4 15
WEAPONS 3 16
John Brennock and Tim Mason meet.
\ be selected the until 11:00: a.m. on
I during open AIR OPS 2 16
led the team while Mike Scott In the 10-and-under girls eventsat I
I' broke"A"times in the 50 fly and Briarwood Adrian Glaraton week of July 24. Open and Mondays so that the lanes
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placed in the free and breast. broke "A" times in the breast- Senior players must havea can be more effectively
stroke events. EightyearoldJohn stroke and also won first place in handicap of five or less to cleaned after heavy NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brennock also placed in the the 50-yard free event. Other qualify. Seniors must weekend use.BOWLING. W L
fly and free in the 10-and-under finishers were Rusty Mills with NARJAX 18 0
reach their 45th ROSTERS
,, ..", boys events. first in the 11-12 boys free and birthdayby HOSPITAL 17 1
Gini Ann Alvarez placed in the breast, Mike Scott with a first in September 1, 1972. NEEDEDJax FICEUR 14 3 '
11-12 girls with Rusty Mills,Scott the 10-and-under 50-yard free Contestants are requestedto All teams in- MARINE BKs 13 6
Baltes and Bobby Comwell ad ,event and Jim Scott with a first in sign up at the Golf Club terested in participating in A1MD 9 8
ding more team points in the 11-12 the 13-14 year-old 50-yard free House and meet with Chief the new Intramural VP-45 10 9
boys events., The 13-14 had and 100-yard fly events. FAW-ll 7 11
boys Kelczewski at 4 p.m. on Bowling season scheduledto
NARJAX No.2
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Mark Mason and Jim Scott This weekend, July 7-8, coach
July begin July 17 are askedto ADMINISTRATION
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placing with Brian Mason Victor Abrahamian will take the 21.NAVY
rounding out the 15-17 ''boys team to compete at the Beaches SURFINGCHAMPIONSHIPS get their team rosters in MATSG 5 14
division competitors. Aquatic Club Annual InvitationalMeet. to the athletic office.LEAVE MARTD 3 14 r
Jax The Navy East

the Friday's Navy Jax qualifying Senior Girls meet takinga had The team holds two daily Coast Surfing Cham- COMING UP?

third place medal in the medley practices during the summer pionships will be held at ,
relay and a fifth in the free relay. from 7-9 a.m. at the Chiefs Pool Dam Neck, Va., August 21- your 1ll@1l11lf@IIlI/ll@' fP@IJllifl6Jcan
Thirteen-year old Robin O'Learycame and from 3:30-5:30 at the Indoor 23. Monday,,August 21 will
up with sixth place finishesin Pool. Stressing a child's individual be. designated as a prac- provide the funds
the senior girls 500-yard free growth and character tice day while the contest Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your .
and 200-yard back events. through swimming, the coaching '
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Patti Milewski won second staff encourages youngsters and on Call or come in-we'll do the rest.
place medals in the 100-yard back their parents to come out and 23rd. Any personnel in-
and 200-yard IM, with teammate watch the team in action, and terested in representingNAS DOMESTIC FINANCE
Diane Kangas taking eighth welcomes new members. For Jax at the surfing .
place in the 13.14 girls division further information call Mrs. askedto CORPORATION SINCE 'If'
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