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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1972
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 30 NO. 17 Published 'In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida JULY 13, 1972 ,
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Jax NAS Cecil Field has been named > .
: Secretary. of the Navy Environmental ;
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and Development Center, San Diego; and : Vc' +
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New Recruiting ; jt It
As FY 1972 ended, Recruiting Command '
\' ." Navy would fall only about 3,000 short of its 4, :
,.r",f Regular ftevy enlistments.
However, officials pointed out that the
much greater challenge: the enlistment goal ,'.,. V V '
increase of nearly 50 percent. "V V. V '
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The Navy's Recruiting Command has .7

challenge. Capt. Paul Kaufman Capt. C. W. Lewis, Jr.
',_ In the past few months, new enlistment
( > options,improved school guarantees and a
" in 26 magazines have become part of the Kaufman Takes Helm At

More Uniform
t. A number of uniform changes, including
have been approved by the Navy Uniform Ceremony
.-. The new cap, authorized for wear with both
blues, is to be worn with rate insignia.
Uniform Board officials say it is better Capt. Paul Kaufman became the Director-Commanding Officer of the

' baseball-type cap, which will be phased out Medical Center, Jacksonville, when he relieved Capt. C. W. Lewis, Jr.,

t exhausted. VAdm. George M. Davis, MC, USN, Surgeon General of the Navy,
Another
uniform regulation is
; change
ti polyester double-knit dress blues as an guest speaker.
, chiefs. Lewis, Jr., who school, he entered New York July 1959 and reported to the
In clarification of existing uniform Officer of University, obtaining a Bachelorof Naval Dispensary, Wash., D. C.
the light-weight khaki jacket approved for for the past three Arts Degree in 1943. Con- as Chief of Pediatrics. In March
' should be worn with metal shoulder devices first director of the tinuing his education, he com- 1961, he attended the Commandand
l. nametags. established pleted his Medical Degree at the Staff Course, Naval War
.. ,, Random Drug Testing been assigned as School of Medicine of George College, Newport, R. I. V He
). The Department of Defense tri-service: of the Naval Washington University in 1947. subsequently served in duty
r:: testing program went into effect July 1. Center, Port He served his internship at the assignments as Deputy Surgeonon
-a. Under that program,all members of the Forgotten"I Prior to assuming District of Columbia General the Staff of the Commander in
random, periodical testing to detect Jax in September Hospital, Washington, D. C., Chief, Pacific, from August 1962
'f The Navy has had such a program in effect completed a from July 1947 through June 1948. to August 1965, and was awardedthe
.t', Also on July 1, a new tri-service Medical Corps In July 1948 he entered residency Joint Commendation Medal
which the Navy, Army, and Air Force are Bureau of training in Pediatrics at the for meritorious service; Deputy
f! .z" dling urinalysis testing for all services \ and Surgery, Children's 1I0spital,Wash.,D. C., Director, Planning Division,
': geographical areass. throughout. the world. C. which he completed in Septemberof Bureau of Medicine and Surgery,
"'" was born in 1950. Navy Department, Wash., D. C., _
, V Z-Gram 114Navy Y., on March 24, Dr. Kaufman then entered the from July 1968 to July 1970, and .
',: ;, i completing high U.S. Navy in September of 1950 was awarded the Navy Com-
a: To P and reported for duty at the mendation Medal for meritorious
Naval Gun Factory, Wash, D. C. service.
He served on the staff of Naval
Hospital, Bethesda, Md., and as Capt.Kaufman received ordersas
Ecology Medical Officer, USNS GeneralW. Commanding Officer, Naval
T. Gordon A-AP 118). In Hospital, Jacksonville, upon
December 1952, he was releasedto completing a tour of duty as
.- Jax In Z-Gram 114, the CNO inactive duty and went into Director of Clinical Service,
establishment fcf a new report, the Visit private practice of Pediatrics, in Naval Hospital, National Naval
to provide the government with Arlington, Va. Medical Center Bethesda, Md.,
in the struggle against MCPO Albert Dr. Kaufman returned to ac having served there since July
tive duty with the U. S. Navy in 1970.
vironment". his relief; MCPO .""!)i .1JI.t \., will be visiting ';1'J -.;"::,
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Admiral Zumwalt stated that the : &l
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commands in ;
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Navy ships and aircraft, by the the CNO area July 14-18. .
nature of their operations, are in .
In W. Corey, 1972 'I>>:t. > )', \\i"j u"ii"0 '.:
"A unique position to collect ; '. ,. "f'f ,:'
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of the Year will > s
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relavent data from all parts of 'it: \, ,_ 'f' .".. I.'j*, I
program the Master -' ',. b.. .
the world". and first term > 7T." <.,<\.<-" .
"Large oil slicks, unusual FIi
efforts" changing Navy.
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amounts kinds of debris *
or non-
MCPO will hold t
typical marine life patterns suchas "You, July 14' at 9 a.m.
large numbers of dead whales, men, senior, enlisted ..
and indeed even certain wind and of
each LANT- 4I
air pollution phenomena, assistants the Jacksonville
identified and located resolve .1
properly will be held in .1J
'can be of vital importance to the Room of Bldg. 200

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POW-MIA senior enlisted TI.T! t
TMC Corey will '\I
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On Sale.at NEX 1000 at NAS 'I
fleet first AN ERA ENDS at VW-4 as the HurricaiteMters last "Connie" Is t
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personnel.. retired. The squadron will now be using. $ j' e' new WP-3A aircraft. ;
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Sunday,July 16 Potatoes, Potato Chips, Dessert Bar. '* '*
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Plums, Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled Strawberry Shortcake, Chocolate' Fried Potatoes, Baked Pork & Beans, Eggs to Order, Minced Beef on' Toast, cannot be..
French Toast w.MapleoSyrup, Choiceof Pudding. / Salad Bar, Cherry Pie, Oatmeal Hash Brown Potatoes, Choice of
Ham or Bacon, Home Fried Saturday, July !$. Cookies. Luncheon Meat or Pork Slices.Chilled
Potatoes, Creamed Dried Beef, BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Chilled SUPPER i Roast Fresh Ham, Brown Pineapple Juice, Pastry Bar
Chilled Apple Juice, Pastry Bar. Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Ap. DINNER Vegetable Soup, Pan Roastof
DINNER Oyster Stew, Deep Fat Scrambled Eggs w-Cheese, Choice of plesauce, Boiled Navy Beans, But. Pork Loin, Brown Gravy, .
Fried Fish or Baked Meat Loaf Luncheon Meat, Pork Sausage, Baked tered Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Snowflaked Potatoes, Hawaiian Sweet rn
Tartar Sauce, Brown Gravy, Baked Pork & Beans, Pastry Bar. Raisin Nut Cake, Vanilla Pudding. Potatoes Applesauce, Seasoned Wax
Macaroni Cheese, Boiled Pinto BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Tomato Monday,July 17 Beans, Buttered Corn on the Cob, ww
Beans, Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Vegetable Soup, Hot Roast Pork BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Fried Salad Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Iced Fruit
Salad Bar, Assorted Tarts, Brown Sandwiches, French Fried Potatoes, Eggs to Order, French Toast Maple Bars. llE[
Sugar Cookies Brown Gravy, Chilled Apple Sauce, Syrup Choice of Pork Sausage or SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy Joes on
SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salad or Salad Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Iced Fruit Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork & Beans, Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Grilled Hamburgers Frankfurters, Bars. Chilled Orange Juice, Pastry Bar. Frankfurters, French Fried
French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, SUPPER Barbequed Chicken, DINNER Navy Bean Soup, Yankee Potatoes, Dessert Bar.
Dessert Bar.SUPPERI Barbeque Sauce, Mashed Potatoes, Pot Roast of Beef, Natural Gravy, SUPPER Beef Sukiyaki or Fried Sunday
) Ginger Pot Roast of Beef, Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Carrots, Grilled Potato Patties, Buttered Liver & Onions, Steamed Rice, Brown Church
School all )
Natural Gravy, Franconia Southern Style Greens, Salad Bar, Spinach, Cream Style Corn, Salad Gravy, Pickled Beets'Buttered June 9 a.m.. at Chapel( Annex.ages
Bar Strawberry Cream Pie, Peas, Salad Bar, Iced Fruit Bars, Divine Worship 10:30 a.m.
IIJ Brownies. Orange Pudding. ,. at All Saints', Chapel
SANDWICH LINE Chili Dogs or Thursday, July 20
: )C At I* jNE'W Grilled Ham and Cheese, French BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Chilled Sr.Youth High Worship) 10:30 (a.m.Jr. and at
Fried Potatoes, Dessert Bar. Grapefruit Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Chapel Annex. Junior and
SUPPER i Baked Veal Loaf, Tomato Grilled Pineapple Hot Cakes w-Maple Senior Youth Fellowship
The JAX AIR NEWS is Civilian Gravy, Buttered Egg Noodles, Syrup, Choice of Ham or Bacon, 1:30 p.m. at Bldg. 722.
a Enterprise Newspaper Seasoned Greens, Boiled Pinto Beans, Baked Pork & Beans, Pastry Bar.
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station. Corn Bread Muffins, Salad Bar, Jelly DINNER Tomato Rice Soup, Cold p.m., Evening at the Worship Small Chapel.7:30:
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Rolls, Strawberry Jello.'Tuesday Platter of Sliced Ham, Bologna,
private firm All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS ,July 18 SalamI Roast Beef, Turkey, Cheddar, Tuesday
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2. NAS BREAKFAST Cooked Farina, Cheese, Cold Potato Salad, Cold Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to Baked Beans, Chilled Tomatoes, p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
Jacksonville' by 12:09 noon on Monday before publication. News Order, Home Fried Potatoes, Soft. Salad Bar, Baked Apples, Peanut Christian Science Service
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Hard Cooked Eggs, Choice of Bacon or Butter Cookies.SANDWICH p.m. at the Small Chapel.

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"Everything advertised in this publication must be made DINNER: Cream of Tomato Soup, Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes, St. Lukes.
Southern Fried Chicken, Snowflaked Potato Chips, Dessert Bar.
available
for purchase use or patronage without regard to race,
Potatoes, Hot Biscuits SUPPER NATTCProtestant
Honey
Grilled Choice Steak,
creed, color national origin or sex of the purchaser user, or
Sauce, ,
Cranberry Gravy Seasoned' French Fried Potatoes, Club Spinach Worship'Service.
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Green Beans, Salad Bar, Cherry Pie, Brown Gravy, -Buttered Mixed 10:30 a.m. in
opportunities by an advertiser: will result In the refusal to print Oatmeal Cookies. Vegetables, Salad Bar, Tomato Spice Building 500.
advertising from that&ource." SANDWICH LINE Cheese, Lettuce & Cake, Chocolate Pudding.
'.4.' Tomato Sandwich, Grilled Ham. .CATHOLICSaturday

Advertisements area Solicited by the publisher and queries Mass S p.m. at
concerning such jhouW'be directed to: St. Edward's Chapel.
4. .. HotlineDial Sunday Mass a.m. and 11
THE HOLTRUBLISHINGCOMPANY Drug a.m. Daily' Mass-Monday.
Tuesday and
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message (if necessary) to the "
} a new postgraduate program for Chief of Naval Personnel (Pets ;
1 unrestricted line officers in The Bl)) prior to August 1 via immediate -
grades of ensign through reporting senior.
i lieutenant who have ASW-related The class ,will convene in the
;l experience. Spring Quarter of 1973 at the
1 The program was instituted "to Naval Postgraduate School, FREEDOM y\
,I increase the effectiveness of Monterey, Chfornia.
naval officers in developing and Y
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systems" and involves the PaydaySchedule teachers needed to
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approved developmentof
Jax Following is the list of E4
4 new interdisciplinary paydays for the second half of the "I Contact Mr. John
postgraduate curriculum in calender year. All paydays will Kager, Principal ofTrinity
systems technology (ASW)
include pay for 15 days. i Christian
leading to a Master of Science
degree.. July 14, July 28, August 15, 't 1 fI Academy, 426 South
The program is directed August 30, September 15, Sep 1' McDuff Avenue, .
toward "the implementation of tember 29, October 13, October ,,, ,,, Jacksonville, Florida
the hardware into a, functional' 30, November 15, November 30, ,, 32205 or call (904) 388-
man-machine combat system, December 15 and December 29. ? 1552.
analyzing the environment and Paychecks on the first paydayof
the enemy capabilities, and each month will include
perfecting the tactical employment I I
enlisted and officer (other than
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Alcoholism Symposium : ) I New.



Searches For SolutionJax jcJJ1 Retention


"We are a long way from winning the struggle

with alcoholism because of the glamor of being a ProgramJax

swinger", according to Howard Pyle, president of the Vk
(i National Safety Council -Are you within 10 months

Speaking to more than 200 the Highway Safety Act of 1966, of your EAOS and completing
between 4-10 of
years service?
': Armed
Forces
safety experts and its impact on state safety If so, as of this month you may
attending a Symposium on programs, while another idi.
be eligible for the Guaranteed
J Alcohol, Drugs and Driving at member of the NHTSA staff, Assignment Retention
/ Detailing
Bolling Air Force Base he Charles
Livinston
,Director of the
(GUARD) Program and receivea
Defense
,
pointed out that the Office of Alcohol Coun-
I specific duty assignment as a
Department has a stake in
" great termeasares, pointed out that .- reenlistment incentive.
'
.- solving the problem of drinking studies have shown alcohol The GUARD Program is

'' and driving since the members of related accidents hurt more and designed to insure direct contact

.,> the Armed Forces represent a cost more. _. J between personnel who are approaching -
; great pool of highly developedskills. : Continuing with his
AWARD WINNERS-Capt. Hugh J.Tate (Left), NARU CO, presents their EAOS and their
presentation, Mr. Livinston said detailers in the Bureau of Naval
NARDIV-F1's commanding officer, Cdr. Claude P. Caviness with the
He said the military services that research and records show Mouse-trap Award for the final quarter of the fiscal year The unit Personnel and places emphasison
have made great strides in seven percent of individuals who also won a letter of commendation for enlisting more Reservists than the retention of top performing

, ,. combating the problem, are "problem drinkers" cause any other unit at NARU during the year. individuals.
two-thirds of alcohol-related
especially in the field of First consideration for
education. accidents, while another group- Lt. Col. Wins Writing Award assignment to all billets availablewill
"More than one million U. S. the 15 percent labelled "Heavy be given to those with the
, Army men have completed the social drinkers"-are responsiblefor Among the 5,000 entries in The colonel said there is no highest sustained performance.
,t National Safety Council's nearly all the remainder of this year's Freedom's Founda- "system" to his winning. He is Personnel data forms for
alcohol-related accidents.One tion Letter Writing Contest was convinced that the judges are
j defensive driving course", Mr. eligible personnel will be mailedto
Air Force Lt. Col. Milton W. interested in "sincerity" first
l Pyle said, "and almost each command monthly.
500,000 of the Department of Kohut, who reached a milestone and to} thinks that simplicity is
other members of the Armed After the command has Interviewed
since However he de-
with 1964
Transportation programs un- his tenth award also important.
Forces have gone through the derway in the various states is which have 'totaled $600 in nies that good writing ability is the Member and filledin
course." known as "ASCAP"-Alcohol prizes. necessary. the data form, which must be
"There are things worth signed by both the member and
many Safety-Action Program.Livinston This! year colonel Kohut, an "I'm no flag waver, the colo
living for,working for, and dying pointed out that the information officer of the 314th nel said, "but after beating the commanding officer,the data
for-but a third drink is not one of program has been useful in Air Division (PACAF) in Korea around the world over the years sheets will be returned to the
them," the National Safety deterring problem drinkers from won his third George Wash- I've seen that the U.S.A. has Chief of Naval Personnel for
Council president said in his driving in the areas where it has ington honor Medal. He has also the best to offer!" review and determination of the
conclusion. been tested. won five $100 prizes and two ThIs' year's letter theme was priority list of assignment
Almost every speaker echoedMr. $50 awards in other years. "What is an American?" guarantees.
Pyle when he said that the Alcohol and the Military -------- r'fllE ;J I J I I .J J .
most effective drunk driver Brigadier General John K.

solution is to "get him off the Singlaub, Deputy Assistant WantTo
road". Secretary of Defense (Drug and

Douglas W. Toms, Ad Alcohol Abuse), briefed the
ministrator of the National Highway safety experts on the effects thata
Traffic Safety Ad recently issued Department of uowstiswticoMio GIFTS

ministration, a branch of the Defense directive has had on the .
*Nautical/ Charts Outriggers .Nautical' Wear
Department of Transportation, problem of alcoholism in the Advance? Taints. >l"mh nIX(,'>nurgee JacketsHardware Evlnmmu:
listed a threefold effort-- military. .*. *Skm >.Table' Wear E
Repair Material *Aceexsories.Other Goodie
increased law enforcement ef- Pointing out that the directive Jax All personalrecommended
WET STORAGE-MARINE HOISTS-HUII SERVICE'VACHT BROKER
forts the latest alcohol
using for
detectionand EXPERT ENGINE
emphasizes prevention, SERVICE OUTBOARD. STERN DRIVE. INBOARD
detection devices, a. penalty rehabilitation, General participation in the SEE THE NEWEST BOATS. MOTORS. CANOES and TRAILERS

system which would insure that Singlaub said that the primary August examinationare SEGRAVES}ief fl MARINA .
alcoholics are not behind the goal is to rehabilitate and returnto
wheels of vehicles, and a duty those individuals in the requested to A ROOSEVELT BUD it ORTEGA RIVER __
rehabilitation program for those Armed Forces who are problem come to ESO, Bldg. JacksomllleJIoriti aulAllrl1CMl
who are alcoholics.He drinkers or alcoholics. 200, and verify their Peers franc h.wd. Marina Phone 3//,614 OPEN SUNDAY :.dL_
said, experts.now assume to BOATS,MOTORS,CANUES:
"fifty percent of all accidents are "It is as treatable as an Illness, eligibility prior Thunderbird Starcraft.Mfg .Troan| .Grumman T-Craft
caused by problem drinkers". a disease," the General said, July 21, and if eligible 2= Z=l-r7JLJL-LW-l UTm-ntZa
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"In other words", Toms "and we realize that the com- sign their NAVPERS

pointed out to the safety experts, mander and the alcohol abuser 1430-2 (Worksheet).
"one out of every 25 cars on the both have responsibilities.
road in the evening hours is
LOWJSTPRICES
controlled Priority by programs a drunk for driver.the" :LY.I: :B,

National Highway Traffic Ad
ministration (NHTSA) are MOBILE HOMES

identification of alcoholic ,
drivers, research into methods of ,,12'wide,2 bedroom -i
surviving crashes which do oc completely furnished t. }
cur, and the development of an "
plus !
experimental] safety vehicle $3595 tax
which may lead the way to im-
provements in all the cars madein
the United States. 3115 LEON RD. PHONE 724-4454
Highway Safety Act East of Par 3 Golf,off Beach Blvd. "
James Wilson, Associate 1 Special
Administrator of Traffic Safety -,- '
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i Vets Going Abroad YSe 'TkrI Z 1


: Face Limitations ttf

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t Jax Veterans planning to travel or establish ...
residence abroad should bear in mind certain

I limitations on .their. rights. to benefits, according to the w
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) Veterans Administration.For .
) example, medical care is outpatient treatment must be
available to made within 15 Am. eligible to vote?
I overseas only days.
veterans with service connected The VA also noted that G.I. Yes, if )'ou-
P disabilities who are American home loans are not available to .t yi.i:4i gJ'j' Are a U.S. citizen.
citizens. Eligible veterans should veterans living, in foreign : I.. Are 18 years old.
apply to the American Embassyor countries. This restriction does ou t.I Are a legal resident of a
consular office in the host not apply to veterans living in 1 State.

country. Puerto Rico.Veterans tr. Have registered, if your
Before traveling outside the living outside the State requires registration.
United States a veteran should United States (except in '
ask for a statement of his service "Blocked" countries) may Residency and registration requirements
connected conditions from the VA receive compensation and for your State are
:: listed in Voting Information-
office which has his medical pension checks, however.
1972, an Armed Forces regula-
record. Veterans traveling in foreign
tion which voting counselorhas.
your
The statement should be countries should, if possible, A recent Supreme Court
presented to the embassy or maintain stateside mailing ad- PIPED OVER-ATC Jack Mills is piped over the side at VP-49 after decision nullified the existing
consular office with applicationfor dresses to insure prompt receipt completing lust over 20 and a half years in the Navy. durational residency requirement -
medical benefits. of checks. which Tennessee has. That
In an emergency, however, an Eligible veterans are per- decision, of' course, affects only
( eligible veteran is entitled to VA- mitted to attend foreign schools, Without I one State directly, but can be
paid hospitalization if he notifies but only if VA approves them,and AdvertisingYou expected to result sooner or
the embassy or consular office the courses lead to degrees.For later in changes to requirementsin
Wouldn't {{
within 72 hours after further information, now.Eastern's other States.
hospitalization. Notification of contact the nearest VA office
I'd be eligible, all right but I'm
not registered. How can I register .
?

If you meet the other three
Class. voter qualification requirments,
t Leisure you may use a Federal Post
e
Card Application for Absentee
Ballot-or FPCA, as it is calledto

i I Is it better than standby? -which special request some State States registration registration have. or form the


Usually, only one FPCA is required -
to request both registration -
I
and an absentee mail ballot -
But. five States-Alabama,
rt Alaska, Louisiana, Maine, and
r h Nevada-require' you to make
\ ] one request for registration anda
i, second request, after you are
J registered, for an absentee mail
ballot. Puerto Rico has the same
requirement.
,
Do I still have time to register
,, a ++Y aa. for the November elections
r
Yes, there is still time to reg-
ister in every state which re-
quires registration. In Puerto
Rico, however, the period for
I requesting registration ended in
i, February..
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Standby Leisure Class


If you waitits 50%. tf you wait,it's free. "
"Yea sir, oars have longer hair.

Eastern has a new way your money back. And we put due to adverse weatherfor

you to fly. Besides First you on our very next flight conditions,equipment failure SA

Class and Coach and Standby, that has seats available, and fly or equipment substitutions.

Eastern has Leisure Class: you free of charge. To qualify for a free ride,

Leisure Class costs you Now, our lawyers would you must have your Leisurethe Commission Manager

same as you'd pay for get nervous if.we left this out: Class ticket at the boarding gate opportunity Is yours at this

coach (% regular fare). But Leisure Class does not 20 minutes before flight time. outstanding Enco location.

we don't guarantee you'll get apply when you're on official The number of Leisureon
scheduled business and Class MAIN AT STATE A UNION
your flight. government tickets per flight is limited.

If you do, it's the same your ticket is being paid for by And,if you have to wait,

as Coach. But if Coach is full, a government agency. it will be anywhere from sev- NO RENT Benefits:

you may fly First Class. Nor to some reduced fare oral minutes to several hours' .. MODEST INVESTMENT

Without paying anything extra. tickets. Nor to the Air-Shuttle* But if you've got more UTILITIES PAID TRAINING AND LICENSES

And, if the whole plane is full, nor Bermuda,Jamaica, time than money,you NO PAID EXPERIENCE BY HUMBLE

you wont get on at all. And Mexico and Bahama flights. probably won't mind that at all. NECESSARYFOR

that's the good part. Nor when the originally Call Eastern or your base INFO CALL:

Because then you get scheduled plane is grounded JAMTO office for details. Nick Beranek


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::11 [Jax Civilian MenuMonday 1 1 M i --i 3'i InfoNEW


}). 1; ( HAMPSHIRE
I ,July 17 Combination Salad, tossed If New Hampshire is
Vegetable Soup,Fried Chicken, Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit T legal residence, here are your the
i Baked Meat Loaf with Tomato Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, dates to remember if you planto
Sauce, Barbecue Pork on Buns,7 Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit vote in the State's primary
t oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Cottage Cheese, Beet and Onion, election:
French Fried Potatoes, Waldorf Salad. 12
August 1972: If you are
J Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Almond Cream Pie, "
"Ii..., not registered, you should do
Gravy, Turnip Greens, Corn. Strawberry Short Cake, Apple : so by this date. Registration is
(I.. Combination Salad, Tossed Pie, Assorted Pudding. .Ji automatic for members of the
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Thursday,July 20 Armed Forces, their spouses
Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Minestrone ,Soup, Chopped and dependents when they useda
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Swiss Steaks with Onion Gravy, Federal Post Card Application
Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Chili Con Carne with Rice, Roast tai J (FPCA) to apply for an
I. Cucumber Mix. Turkey with Dressing, 7 oz. h j 1 absentee ballot. Be sure to indicate -
Egg Custard Pie, Devil Food Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Jia your political party pref

Cake, Fruit Pie, Apple Pie, French Fried Potatoes, erence.
: Assorted Pudding. Mashed Potatoes, Rice and LCdr. Paul B. Flandermeyer 1 Is fa September 12, 1972: Thisis

i Tuesday,July 18 Gravy, Green Lima Beans, promoted HOSPITAL to his PROMOTION present rank at-the Naval Hospital as his wife, Paula, the date of the primary elec
Pea Soup, Roast Beef with New Baked Macaroni and Cheese, former NAVREGMEDCEN CO pin on the tion.To
I Potatoes, Chicken Stew, Pork Peas. and Capt. C. W. Lewis, Jr., apply for registration and
Cutlets with Sweet and Sour Combination Salad, Tossed new set of shoulder boards. an absentee ballot, send a com

Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit pleted FPCA to the Secretaryof
Fish. Plain Jello Fruit Jello Cited At MATSGJax State, State of New Hampshire -
Cup, 10
French Fried Potatoes, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Concord election.If .at any time before
an
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Cottage Cheese, Health Salad,
Gravy, Spinach, Black Eyed Tuna Salad.Chocolate. Ten MATSG Marines have GySgt.William Briant receiveda you have questions, see
Peas. Cream Pie, Apple been cited for various ac- meritorious mast for his out. your unit voting counselor.

Combination Salad, Tossed Pie, Blueberry Tarts, Banana complishments. standing job as Key-Man Coordinator Your vote counts in New
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Cake, Assorted Pudding. Receiving good conduct medals for the MATSG Navy Hampshire but only if you
Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, this week 'were Gunnery Relief Fund Raising Drive. meet the deadline.
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Friday,July:i Sergeants Henry Mayes and An AE instructor, GySgt. WISCONSIN
Cottage Cheese, Potato Salad, Turkey Gumbo, Trout David p. Oldham. Briant piloted MATSG Navy If Wisconsin is where you
Carrot and Raisin. Almondine, Stuffed Peppers, The award was the fifth Relief Fund Raising Drive. maintain, ,your legal residence,
Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple Creole Sauce, Country Steaks, presentation for GySgt. Mayes An AE instructor, GySgt. you are a long way from there,
Pie, Fruit Pie, Layer Cake, Yellow Rice, 7ozChoppedSirIoin, and the third for GySgt. Oldham. Briant piloted MATSG to 108 and you want to take part in
Fried Fish Franks with the elections here the datesto
Beans. of its anticipated goal are
Assorted Pudding. Advanced to their present rank percent
for the
remember
Wednesday,July 19 French Fried Potatoes, were Sgt. Jimmie JonesSupply), and a contribution of more than primary:
Tomato Soup, Spaghetti with Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Sgt. Chester T. Smith (Supply), $1500.00. August 1: you should havea
Ij p Meat Sauce, Liver with Onions, Gravy, Stewed Tomatoes, Sgt. Daniel C. Waite AE Sup- SSgt. Rudolph Singleton, alsoan Federal Post Card Application the
FPCA the to
; Short Ribs of Beef with Potatoes, String Beans, Squash.Combination port), and Sgt.Gregory P.Herrick AE Instructor, received two city (clerk, )place on of way residence,
v. 1 oz.Chopped Sirloin,Crab Cakes Salad, Tossed (Supply) and PFC James Shaw letters of appreciation for his requesting an absentee ballot by
./ with Slaw. (Armory). with the NAS
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit accomplishments this date.
French Fried Potatoes, Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Judo Club. September 12: this is the
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Since February,the Judo Club, date of the primary election.
Gravy, String Beans, Pinto Cottage Cheese, Cole Slaw, with SSgt. Singleton in charge, Members of the Armed Forces
Beans, Mustard Greens. Banana Salad.LOOK has participated in three tour- and their spouses and dependents *
Values! naments, hosted two judo tournaments residing with or accom-
CLEARANCE $*LWDliCOUNt and also hosted a judo panying them outside the continental -
TOMlLIf AHY* exhibition.In limits of the United
t addition, the club has hosted States are not required to
two national clinics for judo register to vote.

enthusiasts.The Fill out an FPCA and mail it
EVERY letters of appreciationwere any time. before an election to
'
YouKmoJttcompIirfil PAY from John Mullis, request your absentee ballot.
Mobile Home Deafer 9 promotion coordinator for the Indicate your political party

SUNDAY Merchants Association, thanking preference on the FPCA.
3stro jhoines inc: SSgt.Singleton for the display the Your vote counts in Wisconsin -

BLANOINd BLVD. JMvAMANK -> M club gave at Normandy Mall,and the 4 but only if you meet
deadline.
3 Miles South of I 2 5 George Bass, the Florida AAU
s FINANCING piQ BOX /ORANQE PARK SURPLUS GOODS Judo Chairman, congratulating NORTH DAKOTAIf
f SSgt. Singleton on being selected you are a legal resident of
y DISCOUNT 1 : STORE Florida's delegate to the National North Dakota and can't make it
vr-- AAU Judo Championships to be back to vote In the primary
( 35 Beach Bivd ': 24 > held in Kansas City in November.Add election, here are a few dates to

___ jot down:
r Extra "LIVING SPACE" to your home or mobile home August 6: Get your Federal
Post Card Application (FPCA)
DISCOUNTS Vee-Ute Patio Cover off to the county auditor, coun-
ty residence by this date in
r Alternating vinyl panels for soft order to meet the deadline. Your
diffused light. Strength and beauty FPCA-showing political party
p 1 s with no unsightly understructure preferences-must be received
within the 30-day period beforean
concealed drainage
', :, FIBERGLASS system election. Registration is not
1 BELTEDAVENGERfl SPECIAL TILL JULY 14th required to vote in North Da
E78x14, BlackGOODYEAR kota.
10X20 .025
Black ALL WHITE SI69 Installed September 6: This is the
S1098PREMIUM date of the primary election.
4 ply Nylon 650-13
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:! NotMost Too Late For A Degree /11 Q1ach. ata4 1



form know men and that women education in uni is for which credit has been recom- at no charge. To prepare for ever, the Bachelor of Business

essential to any success in either mended, these too, may be ap these teats you may take USAFI Program, to be offered In 1973
: military or civilian life. Many plied toward degree credit. courses either by class instruc- ,\
i Armed Forces members with Little or No Cost tion or by independent study

! a hitch behind them feel that it The CLEP General Examinations (correspondence). J
I
is too late fo rthem to start are available to service- If you need additional course
because most programs leading men and women free of charge work in order to qualify for the
I to a degree seem quite formida from the United States Armed degree you may use your in-
I ble. "If only there was someway Forces Institute (USAFI). service veterans benefits or tuition
to apply what I've already Check with the education officerat assistance to cover all or a
learned toward a degree," is a your base or on board ship. major portion of the cost of
common lament. Now there is a He can arrange for you to take courses taken at civilian Insti- I
way. the CLEP General Examinationsand tutions. Your education officer

3 advise you on how to prepare can help you clear up any tuition
The External Degree of the for them. problems.

New York State Regents may be
Credit for Service Schools From
the college program you've been
looking for. Note that you need There is a good thance that AfricaBy
not reside in New York Stateto the Regents will award you
qualify; that there are no 1 credit for a service school Ed Beasley

residency requirements. For course. See your education offi will require successful comple Without realizing it,
members of the Armed Forces, cer. He will assist you in de- tion of certain New York State you may be using words
it has flexibilities and special termining whether the American examinations. At present, New that come from Africa.
opportunities that make it un Council on Education (ACE) York State Proficiency Exam- For instance, goober is an
usually attractive.If has recommended collegelevelcredit inations are available only in African word meaningpeanut '
for the service schoolingyou
New York State. Candidatesmust ,
Africans the
saw
have had. Credit recommendations
there to be tested
of go ; sweet potato in Americaand
you are one many sere There are also 29 CLEP Sub are listed in a publi-
however, the Department of Defense -
icemen and women who have it reminded them of a
ject Examinations. You may cation of the (ACE) entitled: is working with the Re
taken the General Examinationsof take these free if you need A Guide to the Evaluation of gents to make these examinations root that they ate in
the College-Level Examina Africa. They called it
credit in a specific subject to Educational Experiences in the
available to
members of
tion Program (CLEP) and if round out Armed Services. "nyam," and it is believed
Again
your program. the Armed Forces worldwide.For .
you have done approximately a talk it over with your education that the candied yam got
the Re-
For some degrees, information
on specific its that
of name way.
year college work (approximately officer.

gents require successful comple- degree requirements and to ob-
30 credits), you may already USAFI Subject StandardizedTests tion of certain New York Col- tain an enrollment form write: Jazz developed in New
qualify for the degree and are also recommended for lege Proficiency Examinations. Orleans at black funeral
be able to get it upon applica credit by the Board of Regents. This is not the case with the Regents External Degree processions. On the way
tion. If you have successfully Service members may take them Associate in Arts Degree; how- Program back, they hurried it up.
..., State Educational Department and "jazz" in an African:
completed USAFI
courses, or dialect
means "hurry up"The
attended a formal service school 'yfJ lllw 99 Washington Avenue
( cola drink
popular
d Albany, New York 12210
.... comes from the seed of
.1 the kola tree which grew
wild in Western Africa.

A program to design and develop And incidentally, they
make medicine out of it,
transportable automated
and too, because there is twiceas
intelligence processing in
much caffeine in kola
terpretation systems for use by
the Air Force and Marine Corpsis nuts as there is in coffee.

now underway at the Air Gumbo is another familiar *
Force Systems Command.The word on the American
menu, as in chicken
systems, known in the gumbo soup. The word
Air Force as TIPI (Tactical In means "mixture" in an
formation Processing and Inter- African dialect
$ pretation System) and in the
!- Marine Corps as MAGIS (Ma-
iipi rine Air Ground Intelligence Extraction of blood clots from

: System), are designed to reduce the lungs through a tube, avoidng -
the amount of processing time J i hazardous surgery, has been
.. between the collection of intellij perfected: by research physiciansfrom
gence data and its presentation 1 the VAH in Oklahoma
,f", to the tactical commander. (City

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END OF A CAREER. Cdr. Robert L.Thomas listens as Capt. HughJ.
Tate, NARU CO, reads his Letter of Appreciation during a your f/lm@P2'IlIllJ@flJ@JJllime

top retirement ceremony. Cdr. Thomas has served the Navy for 24 years can provide additional funds
and had been at NARU since September, 1968 serving as Aircraft
'; Maintenance Officer.Dope. Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your
money needs are handled the way you want them.:
Call or come in=we'll do the rest.
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i Around NATTC 1J. : F How: Safe


Are You?
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i
Ir Do you have a built-in fatal
c, fire situation In, your home?
tai 1 Check these points awl see.
i'.
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Is your home safe electrically .
\ ? The National Electrical
Code contains rules for proper
: ; electrical service wiring, instal.
: ; 11t lation of receptacles, fusing,
, I II etc. Have all work done by
, qualified personnel-these men
have the know how and needed
,, .{..- I erly.experience to do the job prop.


, "
\ Dry-wall construction suchas
fuzzy-surfaced fibreboards,
,- playboards, and paperboard
WELL DONE Capt. John Kennedy, former NATTC CO talks with easily come apart when exposed
ten NATTC civilian employees after presenting them awards. Front to fire. Flash fire possibilities
I Row (L-R) Katherine Fromhart, Alice Stamps, Capt. Kennedy, can be reduced by proper
Y Margaret McCall and Esther Schultz. Back Row (L-R) William application of fire retardant
Fields, William Bird, Eileen Cairel, Florence Anders, Henry Bickner paint. Walls constructed of
plaster, cement-asbestos and
and William Ross. Mrs. Cairel and Mrs. Schultz received quality step
other noncombustible wall-
TIME FOR CONGRATULATIONS Norbert Vonderhaar (Left), increases, while the others received cash awards for sustained boards offer considerable fire
'f NATTC Art Shop Supervisor, and illustrator Ben H. Usry are superior performance. resistance.
t congratulated by Capt. John Kennedy, former NATTC CO, after
: receiving letters of 86 Holds MeetingJax
commendation for their work. Jax Ordinary wood shingles and
shakes should not be used as
d, -The Navy Wives Club Jax enjoyed lunch with their hostess. roof coverings. When dry, they
I: 86 held their regular business The club's next meeting is are susceptible: to ignition by
meeting July 5 at the, clubhouseon scheduled for July 19 at 7:30: p.m. flying sparks. Fire-resistant
Enterprise Avenue, Mrs. At this time, elections will be coverings' include: asphalt shin-
gles, tile, slate, metal asbestos-
Owen King presiding.The held for president and vice-
cement, asphalt roll roofing
since both of these
meeting was highlightedby president
and wood shingles listed by the
\ the granting of Life Membership officers have resigned. Underwriters Laboratories as
1 -rf to Mrs. Stanley Cottrill factory-treated with fire re-
and Mrs. Martin Scully, both tardant chemicals.Is .
long-time members of Jax 86.
Standing Committees reports CARECenter
\ your furnace located some-
were given and plans were made where in your home where it
for a family picnic. Mrs. Harold could block your escape duringa
f Erb was named Chairman for fire? Oil, gas or coal furnaces -
I this event and a definite date will need air to permit proper
be announced later. combustion. Allow adequate
t''I Monday, the club members MoviesJax clearance from walls and ceil-
enjoyed an outing at the Ponte ings around the furnace and
Vedra Beach home of Capt. and flue pipes. Make sure your
is going to furnace and hot water heaterare
Mrs. R. V. Berry where the In order to
i be some kind of picnic!I"
properly installed and reg-
/ members swam in the ocean and familiarize the local
ularly serviced.
Navy communitywith Windows can be vital escape I

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t:: ...BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND IN THE CARE Center, the windows ment playroom that are should large have and

Center will be low enough to get through and
*f"::; PIRATES TAVERN !: showing classic are easily opened even by the

-. .., children.
.
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: J. : weekly basis at 8:30:
11
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7'j,.
Mad FoxHighlights fr MARINE* SUDD/ OF

How DID J 1 MINE AJAPC THE BIG

YOU HAPPEN \ TIME WITH/ HIS SIN6/Af&/

TO GE T THAT U WAS HIRED ro DRIVE HIS/

,:,\\\ \E 0 F '" Q NICKNAME ? WAS GOMERICHAiFFEUR50 PYLES cooo:

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Q-May a veteran pay off a
& tJ. PILE G.I loan before date final pay-
ment Is due?
A-Yes. A VA-guaranteed
1 loan may be partially or fully
_ll .llc paid at any time ahead of sched.

MAI) FOXES() PILE ule. However not be, less part than paymentsmay one

monthly payment or $100, which
ever is Jess

Q-About two years ago, I
received VA outpatient treatment -
3"2s for an injury sustainedIn
> service and verified by VA.
Can I receive treatment again
i from VA?
A-Yes, if you have estab
j lished this serviceconnectionwith
,
> VA. ':
::; treatment again.

: R Q-I have been drawing wid
I i, i7/7il ow's pension of $81 since January
1971, and I earned $900
t' the rest of the year. Should I
DISTINGUISHED VISITORS Gen. A. J. Goodpaster, Supreme / report this to VA, and what
Allied Commander, European Forces, and RAdm. P. N. Charbonnet lcheu Y' effect will this have on my pen-
Commander ASW Forces Sixth Fleet, leave the "Fox Den" after a sion?

I tour of the squadron its. temporary home Sigonella,Sicily. draws A-Anytime nonsorvica a person-connected who

death pension has a change in
Bonds income during the year, It must
Buy be reported to the VA office havIng
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Jackson. Although it has many capabilities, 'the huge"Orion" is very J J '
seldom flown in formation. VP-5 will complete its deployment In late ; f ':,:, '
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promoted to Lieutenant as NAS Jax's new Skipper,.Capt. William G. rm -
Sizemore, performs his first official duty as CO. Left to Right Lt. YN1 Sidney J. OUBRE JR.,
Mark A. Warner, Lt. Christopher L. Addison and his wife, Cheryl, AMSC JOHN F. HALL, JR. CS2 RONALD AYCOCK of attached to the NAS Officers
mark when
,. Capt. Sizemore, Lt. Stanley J. Patch, and Lt. William P. McCauley. he went reenlisted for the 20-year for two. He is attached Food Services added four years Records Office, shipped over forgiving

to AIMD Maintenance him a total of seven years two and headed for the 12-year
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(Retired) would like for his service friends and former

> shipmates to know that he has been promoted to Sates

: Manager with METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE
t1ruJ a COMPANY In the Jacksonville District Office. If you are

11- 'preparing to retire or leave the service, Lieutenant

Vaughn requests that you call him at telephone number

356.2621 to discuss the possibility of a Sales Career with

Metropolitan Life. If you are Interested, qualify and are

r willing to work, it Is possible to earn as much as $20,000

per year within 3-5 years. You would be working under.

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OLT PUBLISHING COMPANY I \

i Publisher CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I : Movie ScheduleThursday ,.

?' JAX AIR NEWS e
NAS Jacksonville = CALL: 388-2755 ,i

= Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than t
LATWINGER Tuesday for publication the following Thursday

NAS Cecil Field AdS KVfSlX this deadline will be ,July 13 Color Science Fiction, Starring

publisher II week unless the NAS: "STANLEY" Color Bruce Dern and Cliff Potts. "GP"
Instructed
= otherwise.
ADVERTISING I I money order for A check or Starring Chris (90 min.)
OFFICE I the full cost of the ad must be Adventure,
4747 San Juan Avenue = received WITH the copy for the ad. Robinson and Alex Rocco. "GP" HOSPITAL: "STANLEY"Saturday

(108 min.) July IS
= RATE
Jacksonville : minimum
Florida charge(3
lines) $200
Per additional line((4 words per line) .50 HOSPITAL: "THE FRENCH NAS: "THE LIVING

CONNECTION" Color Suspense, DESSERT AND. THE

Starring Gene Hackman and VANISHING PRAIRIE" Color
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.44 :. \ \ : \ ; B : .. ','" Jt Fernando Rey.UR" (104 min.) True Life. "G" (129 min.)

p FREE PUPPIES UNFURNISHED Friday 14 HOSPITAL: "SILENTRUNNING"
2 July
.EMPLOYMENT Dalmatlons, 6 mo. i old. Males. Very 6 room house, 3BR, 2b, 4149 Roma
friendly, Free NAS: "SILENT RUNNING"
to
OOOd homes 387.3566, Blvd. Inquire 4153 Roma Blvd.
> 9.51 772.9165 aft. 6.
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rthand JOBSIJOBSIJOBSI Secretarys I I Dictaphone I ic li'II:! vi!: I#tlr111; fl AC,FURN ww carpet TRAILER1BR Ricker Rd. & TICKETS ON SALE AT SPECIAL SERVICES

rators punchers., Typists, Clerks, 103rd St 771.7384.FURNISHED. Issac Hayes July 15 $5.00 Pro Football-August 5-$4.50, $6.50

H PAY NO FEE Uriah Beep July 16 $4.00 Jax Suns $.50 for home games

Call Norrell Temporary CASH Al Green July 29 $5.00
396.5371HOUSEKEEPER We buy,sell and trade equities. APARTMENT Glen Campbell-August 4-$5.00 National Softball ChampionshipsAugust -
1BR, Nicely furn., everything practically ,.
Louise T. Bailey <
31-September 4-$5.00 -
771.3605 Broker new. $115 mo., Includes lights $6.00 $700WHIM
WANTEDCall & water. .
388.2755 Louise T. Bailey
'NORMANDY ACRES Broker 7713605UNF.APT.RIVERSIDE
PART TIME BOOKKEEPER 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road

ale, Cedar Hills area, permanent frontage, 1/4 to 10 acre tracts. Land Is THE RPRRTmenTI
the best Investment for the future.
fcldent( Some experience
necessary Other tracts 2BR, Kit. equip., AC, 805 .
available
|!ll 1 771.3427. over Southwest y. WITH
Jacksonville Wlllowbranch Ave., $95. mo., $50 /
Wynne Realty of Florida damage dep. If Int., call 771.6056 aft. 6 6ujimmincpooLTHE
PART TIME MECHANIC 389.5514 389.8507 weekdays & anytime.weekends.
t. and some Sun. work on Navy RnD

(Change trucks. Requires HIDDEN WATERS GOOD LIFE:
ckground in Tune.up and Repair. FURN.APT.LAKESHORESmall
Black Creek!,: Canal or Lake lots clean, pvt. entrance, Ig. yard.
ply Bldg 930 Navy Exchange, NAS available :Excellent FROm $120.yiucgewood.
:
x. : ; fishing, boating, Part util. furn. $55. mo., small dep.
swimming' ; Mobile Home area. High, 389 4275.
wooded lot?. E.Z terms. One mile E,
j' Lake ASburyon'No.. 209, LaRue 725 .

..M.f .LANEOUS 3992 ..:" f" 111 MOBILE :HOMES; ..1 2045 1 10 minutes Jammes from Road Jack'sonville


ARECORDEDMESSAGEBYALEADINGANNOUNCER WE BUY& SELL EQUITIES Out Roosevelt
Calls,\ for quick service. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK BlvdjuuitoJimmesThon Rilht! on San
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern
Tells you how you may become a : 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. trailers and apts. 3893007Discount .
DISCJOCKEYCall 771.3052 737-3864" loll( to apartmentsFor
355.2944 any hourVAAPPROVED Dan's TOURING the Na compile info call
10707 Beach Blvd. tion's Capital SP5 Curtis A.
For Veterans and serviceman See us before you buy your mobile Mauldin quickly discovered' that 781-3818
NEW HOMES home. You can pay more elsewhere.We .
not all the beautiful sights
3 & 4. BR, 2, baths, Built.In.Range, have a 12x50 2br unit on sale this were
Cetn. Heat, Prices from $19,900 made of marble or granite. M..e ra
GEORGE'S KENNELS, week for $3595 J MANAGEMENT COli'
Est 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Terms. 'Edw. 't 0: Lyon Broker. 389 Some', like lovely Ann Kijowski, ARLEN Asue.fsi.ry&I QI"
.otvtl.Of'MtMT,
Pick up & Delivery Available. 0361. FLORIDIAN were quite alive and certainlyworth :;:,\ARLENREALI'

Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing 12x60, 2br, 1 bath. Washer, 2 AC, capturing on film.
Mastercharge & Carpet. $3900 772.7030.
BankAmerlcard
accepted, Visitors welcome. 5085 WATERFRONT .. '' ". :. ... ''" '. ...".' '''''.'. "
Edgewood Crt 389.0064. Exclusive area, Orange Park. 3BR, 71 DOLPHIN '
2b.,'approximately 3,000 sq. ft. FR 12x65, 2br, 2 bath, Cent Air & Heat. WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN: : : : :: : : :
with corner fireplace and built.in C.U. financing. Take over pmts. Aft. : : '
bookcase. Custom draperies and 12 733.5803 ," ::::: .; : '":'' <:> : : :' : : : :>'' :" .,:. .'. :: ..
NEW RCA.nd ZENITH STEREO .to. Wall ; : : : : :ft; : J

Consoles some with AM.FM, tape through Wall out Gazebo carpets with outdoor 65 FRONTIER : : .. : :. : ." : .i players at dealers' cost to,liquidate entertainment facilities, dock with :,','. . ......" ". .... .. .... ....... .......::....:........,..;:::.::.:::..........,...... ,..,...,:..::::::::::::::::::::.:.;:::::,
stock. Full 10x55, 3BR, 1b., new 30x30 concrete
warranty! Phone 771-0409.
water and electricity. Electronic
block garage & Ig. wooden lot.
garage door opener. Built-In custom. Located In Switzerland area. 20 min. 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781.5511
color Kitchen appliances. Central heat from NAS, will finance. 2686869.
LIVE CRABS and air. $65,000 with $15,800 mortgage OPEN DAILY8T08:30/ .SATURDAY8TO5
Wilford's Fish Camp balance and payments of only $126.00 SUNDAY 1 T06 PM '
264.9707STEREO mo. Phone for appointment. 264 2682. 68 RITZ CRAFT
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12x60, Low equity. Call 7220510 or THREE-70 KARMAN GHIAS.

COMPONENT PRESCOTT,ARIZONA Cecil ext. 408. New paint, R&H. $1895 to $2095
TAKE UP PAYMENTS Offers best climate in the state.
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Brand new, never used, left In lay.a. Historic old ranch developed Into 2- 71 4-Dr.Sedan, ACATR&H $2895
way. Professional turntable, plays all acre homesltes near Prescott it TRANSPORTATION 70 VW SQUARE BACK. AT, R&H $2495

size records, head phone lack. National Forest. Two acreas:$19995 70 VW FASTBACK. R&H
$1795
Balance$64 or$9 per month. Call 398 low terms. For full details write Mrs.
1683, ask for layaway department. A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 71 OPEL ST.WGN. 69 SQUAREBACK. R&H $1995
North 7th St., Phoenix 85006.
Assume
payments TWO.69 VW FASTBACKS.
2645827
LAWN MOWING& EDGING WESTWOOD MANOR One with AC, AT, R&H $1895 and $1995
call Hart 3BR, 2bath, ww carpet, Cent H&A, 70 VW SEDAN. ACR&H,4 new
Biro, 10x20 covered patio, drapes. By .
771-3211 Ext.8340 69 CHARGER .
owner. $2200 equity & assume $161. Exec. cond.,AC.AT, white-wall tires.. .: $1895

pmts. 771.7933. 264.5035 FOUR.69 VW SEDANS:' : ;,.7V' :

KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER WOODEN LOT New paint, ,R&H. $1495 to $1595
Original cost over $200. Looks & runs Suitable for mobile home or house,
TWO-68 VW SEDANS. R&H and $1395
like brand needs. Located in $1350
new.Cash balance W.95,or size varies to suit 72 COUGAR XR7
$7.50 mo. Rayfields 771-7891. Switzerland 20 min. from. NAS. Will Fully equiPPed Must sell, going 66 VW SEDAN. R&H $795
develop end finance. 268 6869 overseas. 743.0041.
69 CHEVELLE STATION WAGON.

Mac ALPINE ; SAT R&H. .56 $1595
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Local moving & storage specialist./ r 11 .
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Licensed and insured. 355.6357 or 354 RENT ,
1022, Nights 771.8949.SEWING Open Road motor home, compl. self
contalned.sleeps 7, Rental 3 days, A SUMMER STEAL, !
$100. First 350 miles free. Phone GCS
MACHINE
ORANGE PARK 284-3988. AUSTIN HEALEY CONVERTIBLENew
1972 Dial.A.Matic sewing machine 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., -
never been used, was Mother's Day Dlswasher, Drapes, Carpets, paint, Radio and Heater
layaway and never picked up. Only Elizabeth' Apts. 771.1405 or 771.3355BEINOTRAN5FERRED .
$48. balance due. Purchaser left BARRACUDA
and we are unable to locate. Machine area .,,. <. V.8,AC Radio$600. was $1395 NOW$1295 -
may be purchased for $48. cash or $9 + 7717359aft.5pm72450HONDA
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per month. Will take older machinefor .
part payment.. Full home trial, no Let A: retired YOUR,Navy problems man' ,who managethe understands Nice Selection of other Model VW's
obligations Call 398.1683 ask for

layaway,FURNITURE department UPHOLSTERYFree return Bartleson rental to Jax of,O'Neill your house 8 Payne until Inc.you :;. 771.9360 Like New aft$850 6pm 1 100 % GUARANTEE!

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Pick Up & Delivery. Free 1U7 So. Edgewood,Ave. We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspection. '

Estimates. Satisfaction Guaranteedon 388.9311WILMAR Then we tuned up, tightened, and,replaced everything that needed It.
all. work and material Call Koblar 70 BEETLEAC And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
389 0977 or 355-2183. APARTMENTSAir ,$500 equity,take up pmts. major, 'mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
772.3544 double checkENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLE.
BABY ITEMS Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living
High chair Stroller, Safety Car seat. room, Kitchen. Brfst. nook, parking +FRONT AXLE
_Kenwood Stereo. 384.4139. space for 2 cars, water, sewage, ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM '
garbage lawn service, Furnished 62AUSTIN HEALEYMARK II
MUSTSELLNew $120, Unfurnished $100. plus 4 percent Clean, Very good cond. Eng. lust I
Brick red Castro' Conv.Sofa Bed, sales tax. 387.2541 weekends, 389. rebuilt. Reasonable, going to sea. 2448047 -
attach. Slate end tables.. Call 388 07..... or Cecil Ext.8411,ask for Tolbert.
6749
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$. Your Navy:.... ,Exchange In July I

1J J 1 Jax The outdoor social season is in full swing.- Make all your outdoor
fi one rw all the
festivities a smashing success this summer by insuring that you have I

necessary barbecue. beach and picnic supplies on hand. .
The Exchange- Is now featuring Country Store has some attractive and make certain you have
, :. outdoor entertaining supplies, and durable lawn and enough for everyone in your
, such as paper plates and cups, patio furniture that offers boating party.
.I picnic baskets, beverage coolers, comfort and economy. Whether boating or just takinga
barbecue accessories, charcoaland Take extra precautions whileon scenic drive, you can really
just about everything else any boat, especially if small take in the sights by bringing
you'll need for some really children are along. Be sure to along a pair of binoculars. The
festive outdoor parties.If check Toyland or the Country Exchange has a good supply on
your patio or backyard is not Store for boating seat cushions hand.
everything you want it to be, the which double as life preservers Here are some items to keep in
I I' mind when planning beach,
boating and picnic outings: sun
: 5 ri tan lotion, extra batteries for
your portable radio, extra film
i f i .. for your camera, sunglasses,
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first-aid kit, and
54 '''.. beach towels,
1 1c 1p.
-some spray-on heat reliever justIn
c case you stayed in the sun too
long.
',- X Paperbound, pocket-slzed
." books are ideal companions whileon
f I vacation. Hundreds of titles,
w fiction or non-fiction, are yours
for the choosing at the Ex
IMPROVING MINORITY UNDERSTANDING LCdr. Peter H. y change's book stand.
Cressey of VP-49 receives a Letter of Appreciation from Cdr. R. A. July is the traditional monthfor
Hall, Forty-Niner CO, for his enthusiastic program of improving summer clearance sales.
communications with the individual ethnic and minority groups within Check the special clearance
the squadron. He was commended for promoting an increased un ? .' tables for additional savings.
derstanding of minority affairs, a prime concern of the Navy today. ty Even though we're still in the
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back-to-school days. Later this

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( HONDAOF m be displaying school day valueson
ill \ children's clothingnotebooks,
pens, pencils, briefcases and a
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.-* Sale will start on July 26. It's' a
::$ ;q. .m ,$\ '>> Y_i1 :;;: .. :: good idea to start looking through
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WeekendWHETHER TourOffers A Journey. Yesterday I

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you're an enthusiast of the old 634 Prince --
Avenue.
Colonial days, a dyed-in-the-wool studentof brownstone at 973 In the two-story HALL still portrays one of charm and hos sented to the college president by Queen

the War Between the States, or just in den club in America Prince the first gar. pitality once displayed by her master, Alexander Victoria as a token of her interest in the
the mood for a peaceful tour' of white. the home of the was organized; and H. Stephens. The antebellum advancement of learning. Now go north.
columned, antebellum homes in friendly 570 Prince, with University's president, at home of the vice-president of the Confederacy west on Interstate 20 to .
Southern communities-you will discover boxwood its massive portico and is located in the Park, three miles
them all on this 227-mile drive. vided garden, is one of the finest pro. from Crawfordville. The Museum contains
any American
Pack a lunch,if you like,or enjoy home. the old courthouse college head. Stop at relics, documents, letters and many 203m. CONYERS. Eight miles southwestvia
cooked Southern food in restaurants alongthe double.barreled downtown to see the personal effects of Mr. Stephens, the Routes 138 and 212 is one of the

way. Begin anywhere, or. Confederate who cannon reckoned invented by a '/Sage of Crawfordville" and friend of most unusual buildings in Georgia, the
he
more Yankees with two could kill Abraham Lincoln. At the secession convention TRAPPIST MONASTERY. It was founded in

START on Ponce de Leon Avenue following one. The cannon never worked.cannon balls than he opposed leaving the Union. 1944 by a group of monks from Kentuckyand
U.S. 78 east via Decatur to Stone Continue east Turn west on U.S. 278 to MADISON, whereyou'll now numbers almost 100 members.
on U.S. 78, across cot. find the greatest number of ante
They practice self-sufficiency, cultivatingtheir
Mountain.15m. ton lands and
pine forests to. bellum homes In the best state of preser own food and constructing the giant

STONE MOUNTAIN, the largest ex 107m. WASHINGTON vation in Georgia.Now continue your driveon concrete monastery with their own hands.
home of that dar U.S. 278 to Covington and'turn northon Visitors see the building project and
posed piece of granite in the world, with ing "unreconstructed may
rebel" and militant Route 81 one mile to. grounds and visit portions of the living
is the
its famous carving, center of a Con defender of states' rights
RobertToombs.
at certain times. Continue weston
Memorial Park development. You This quarters
federate is the site of
the
walks Confederate Cab. 191m. OXFORD. Note the buildings of Interstate 20 for home and. .
leisurely the (inet's
can enjoy among dog. final meeting. The first in
wood, azalea and native shrubs. An excel America to be named for the father city of Oxford College of EMORY UNIVERSITY, de.
our signed in and Greek Revival
Victqrian
for unpacking that picnictablesand
lent spot country, Washington is
a mecca for the
style. A bell in the tower of Seney Hall
benches are scattered about the architectural connoisseur, with stately bears an old Spanish and Latin inscription 227m. ATLANTA. If time permits you may
mountainside. The whole family will enjoya trees, green lawns and luxuriant shrubs the childhood
and engravings of the crucifix and want to take the children to
ride around Stone Mountain on the these framing distinguished old homes. Among the Virgin Mary. It is said that the bell home of Joel Chandler Harris, creator of
SCENIC RAILROAD (there's an Indian attackon late are white clapboard cottages of the was originally taken from one of the shipsof Uncle Remus, on Gordon Street. They'll
the way) or a ride to the mountaintopvia eighteenth century and larger, more the Spanish Armada and later pre. find it interesting and so will you.
a scenic skylift. And be sure to visit impressive homes of the Greek Revival,
lovely STONE MOUNTAIN PLANTATION. Continue built in an era when ladies and their beaux HB Tour Route N

east along U.S.78 past Monroe to... danced the minuet, reel and jig to the ; Interstate Highway Numbers ., "11 -' .
rhythm of fiddlesand banjos.Manytypesof ,;. '. '
66m. ATHENS, the "Classic City," where flowers,planted long ago, still bloom in the U.S.Highway Numbers (

magnificent antebellum mansions and gardens.WILKES MUSEUM.Be sure to visit the WASHINGTON- [Qo! ) state Highway Numbers Athens'I

Greek revival architecture contrast with 12 Approximate Mileages
Near Washington east on U.S. 378
the ultramodern Science Center, Contin are
ELIJAH CLARK STATE PARK and CLARK HILL Mtn.
uing Education Center and Coliseum on ot\e ti
RESERVOIR with their matchless recreation oe 5 18
the UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA campus. When j
cater l& 78
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the University was established in 1801, sailing, fishing, camping and scenic 4t ,k
the town determined to be worthy of its settings. Mon roe Washington

Grecian namesake, culturally! and archi Turn southwest on Route 44 to the I Conyersr2 ryti 4

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Jax Fliers Reach .500 Mark
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1 Y ,r r: f b" r r Take Three From Robins


; ; The Jax Navy Fliers Fliers a 2-0 victory. It was MeBride's reached base with a single. Ed
J : J evened up their record at 16 wins third homerun of the McBride made it 3-0 with a
scored Jim
sacrifice fly that
and 16 losses last weekend when year. '
J they swept a three game series In the second game on Friday Boyette in the third.

I R: from the Robins Air Force Base night the first Robins batter to In the fourth inning the Robins
team. come to the plate singled for what
i ; t team scored two runs to break an
II The first game of Friday proved to be the only hit of the 18 inning scoreless streak againstthe
I night's doubleheader was a game for Robins as Mallard Fliers and make it a 3-2
1 J classic pitcher's duel that saw the 'Matt' Matthews of FICEUR ballgame. The Fliers put the
\ ___ Fliers come out with a 2-0, eight hurled his way to a one-hit 4-0 game out of reach for Robins in

I inning victory. victory for the Fliers. the next inning, however, as they
\ The Fliers were held hitless Steve Young provided the scored four runs on Ed McBride's
first five Fliers with the only run they were
through the innings second sacrifice fly of the game,
ij 1 before Tom Carithers doubled in to need in the second inning when scoring Tom Carithers who had
j the sixth. In the bottom of the he hit his second homerun of the tripled, a wild pitch and a two run
seventh it looked like the Fliers year with no one aboard. Jim pinch-hit single by Cliff Murray.
were going to end the string of Boyette added an insurance run
zeros on the Scoreboard when Bill in the third when he singled home Not satisfied with a five run
i Sauls singled, Dave Dufner was Matthews who had doubled and lead, the Fliers added two more

,. .. hit by a pitch and Tom Tenhagen Gil Montemayor added two more runs in the sixth on a error and a
sacrificed the runners to third to the tally when he singled home run scoring single by Cliff
.. and second. Terry Tucker flied two runs in the fifth. Murray to complete the three

out to the centerfielder, however, In Saturday's game the Fliers game sweep over Robins. Tom
'and the Fliers had to wait until only outhit Robins 11-8 but they Tenhagen picked up his tenth win

RIFLE CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY CWO.2 Lacy M. Adams, the eighth to put the game on ice. scored seven more runs than of the year against eight losses.

captain of the Jax rifle team, presented Capt. William Sizemore, NAS In the eighth it was Ed McBride Robins as the result of five errors
will
CO, last week with the 6th Naval District Rifle Championship Trophy who took command as he lofted for a 9-2 win. This weekend the Fliers
that the NAS Jax Rifle team recently won in the 6N D Tournament held one out of the park, after Tom The Fliers got their first two play a pair of doubleheaders
at the NAS Weapons Armory. Carithers had singled, to give the runs in the second inning when against the Patrick Air Force
Terry Tucker singled home Bob Base team at Mackroth Field.
Dombroski who had reached baseon Game time on Friday will be 7

I Fisherman's Hazard List Wide Deepteeth an error and Steve Young p.m. and 9 p.m. and on Saturdayat
scored on an error after he had 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.

The American Red Cross has kit in your gear. that can lacerate a handor
made its annual effort to keep fingers severely. ray '.
the nation's 62 million sports Take along some needlenose ,'R!
fishermen from hooking them pliers, wire cutters, and a pocket Should a hook snag you, cut :
,
selves and others, or sufferingeven knife, and stow these as well as it from the 1'ne; put a dressing "
more tragic accidents, as all fishing tackle in a covered around te injured area, and get : t S
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they wade into the 1972 fishing container when not in use. to a doctor promptly.In ,; .'
season. Leave word with someone snake infested country, S *!

"Fishermen are exposed to a where you plan to fish and approximately watch where you step, where kt; ,
wide variety of accident hazards when you will re- you sit, and where you move '.{>, :
which can be avoided if the turn. Take a friend or two along your hands. Wear high boots- '" .: ,,
for good and safety. more than half of all snake bites: '
right safety precautions are company "
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taken," said Charles W. Rus- Avoid fishing in waters where are below mid-calf of the leg. ; :

sell, acting national director of there are ,swimmers, skin or 4 ,Y] ". "
Red"'tross Safety Programs."Of scuba divers nearby.Do Mr. RusseH added some special 1Mr ,
safety procedures to be used
the 7,300 who barefoot. Fish fins ,
persons not go when fishing from a boat: u, t tr
drowned last year, nearly two- broken glass, nails, or other debris '. 1ft '
thirds did not intend to be in can" injure your feet. If you .. .
Don't anchor the boat in channels ... '
., the water but fell in accidental- are fishing from a boat, do not
tie uo to buoys theseare
or ;
ly. Many of these fisher- boots
were wear fishing or waders.
traffic lanes and must be
who tumbled in from piers
men ,
kept clear at all, times.
shores, and boats." If you are wading, move cau-
To help prevent drowningsand tiously to avoid step-offs into CEat
other accidents among the deep water or slipping and falling When fishing! from a ,small ,' ''
nation's amateur Izaak Wal- on hidden rocks in fast-run- boat, remain seated while casting J' :' t..
tons Mr. Russell offered these ning water. and cast overhand, not
sidearm. NO-HITTER FOR MATTHEWS Last Wednesday a hit batsman
safety suggestions: was the only man between FICEUR's Millaid'Matt' Matthews and a
To fish safely, you should Extracting the hook from a "And be sure to carry along a perfect game. Matt did throw a no-hitter shutting out MARTD 100.
know how to swim, know basic fish's mouth can be dangeroussince life preserver for every passen- The Marine Warrant Officer struck out three and allowed no op-
first aid, and include a first aid some varieties of fish have ger aboard," he concluded. position batter so much as good wood in hurling his third hitless gameof

l his 17 year career. His last no-hitter was also at NAS Jax In 1959.
Matt kept his stuff moving Friday as he one-hit Warner Robins Air
Force Base for the Jax Navy Fliers.

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AA'A :.. A John Landry j Sailing From Beaches MeetJax
"""" -- ..,-- --- -- StandingsRACES
The Navy Jax Swim yard fly and 50-yard free. Susan
Navy Recreational resultant POINTS Team's Patti Milewski won six also placed sixth in the 100-yard
Sailing Program boats and deterioration in in the VP-56 8 34% medals in individual events in the breast and 200-yard I.M.
With the exception of the Naval membership. the sail club VP-18 8 31% 10th Annual Beaches Aquatic The teams 13.14 year-old girls
As time passed Club meet.Patti medalsin relay team, consisting of riane
Academy, sailing has received these wounds NATTC 9 27% won gold
and
little emphasis throughoutthe the realization began to heal MATSG 7 27V4 the 13.14 year-old girls 100-yard Kangas, Kerry Fitzpatrick
very that
Navy until recently. Many was sailing itself HOSPITAL 9 24 free, breast and fly events, the Robin O'Leary and Patti
and some ships have suffering has fostered a new VW-4 5 18V4 200-yard I.M. and a second in the50yard Milewski,won the silver medal in
stations effort
sailing on both sides to pool their FASOTG 8 18NaVY.Marinel free and 100-yard back. the free relay and a bronze medalin
sponsored programs some talents
and resources towards the
Teammate Robin O'Leary the I.M. Relay.In .
of which are well run and sup- rebuilding of a well rounded finished fourth in the 100-yard the eight-and-under girls 50-
but many are hopelessly
ported program. back and fifth in the 50-yard free. yard back event, Pam Kangaswon
inadequate in equipment, This effort has already begun fifth ribbon while
Swimming in Senior girls events, a place
facilities and knowledge. The to pay off in an increase in the Robin won a third place medal in Jennifer Fitzpatrick won a sixth
Naval Sailing Association long utilization of the boats, the the 500-yard free and a fifth in the place in the 9.10 year-old girls 50-
has had the goal of developing an establishment of an intramural ( 200-yard back. yard fly.John .
interest in sailing and in stan- sailing series, the hosting of the WL Judi Milewski placed fourth in

dardizing programs and upcoming 6th Naval District THE BOWLING TEAM 176% the 100-yard breast in the 15-17 Brennock swam to a
'
qualifications However, Sailing Championships here at IT'S ON ORDER 17 7 year-old girls events and a fifth in second place medal in the eight-
because of their unofficial status, Jax, starting August 14, and the THE MAGNIFICENT 7 16 8 the 200-yard breast, senior girls and-under boys 100-yard I.M.
their success has been limited acquisition of new boats and THE DRUNKS 13 11 events. event and a third place medal in
and at some stations serious facilities.As THE SLEEPERS 12 12 Susan Fitzpatrick won three the 50-yard back. John also won a
conflicts have developed between the situation is improving KINGSLEY MOTORS 11 13 medals in the 15-17 year-old girls fourth place in the 50-yard free
Naval Sailing Association affiliates locally another shot in the arm SEMPER PHI 10 14_ events with a second in the 100- and a fifth in the breast and fly 'It
and Special Services. has come from Washington. The AE "B" 81hlSth yard free and third in the 100- events.
These conflicts seemed to be Navy has officially recognizedthat

heightened a few years ago after sailing as a Navy sport, is
several instances of corruptioncame particularly appropriate. Aside
to light in certain service from the obvious application to
clubs and recreation activities, basic seagoing skills, sailing has Josef & Charles

particularly overseas. In an other important attributes. It is Announces
effort to ensure that there was no an activity that can be carried
mismanagement of resources or out by all Navy personnel,
prejudicial preference in the use without regard to sex or age, and 0
of equpment and facilities, which can include all members of
DRY CLEANING
Special Services assumed tight their families. The Chief of
central control of all aspects of Naval Personnel has formed the
the recreation program. Naval Sailing Advisory Com- by EVANSTo

Examples of this reaction, at this mittee,a committee of prominent
station, were the removal of the civilian sailing authorities to
skeet range from the control of assist in developing and Serve The; Cecil Field Area
the skeet club and the withdrawalof promoting :sailing programs
control of the sailboats from within the Navy. Next week I will 7851 NORMANDY BLVD. (Next to Happy Hour) PHONE 7812992SAVE

the Navy Jax Sail Club. In'the discuss one of the recent direc-
case of the sailing facilities we tives which have been issued on
found ourselves in a position the subject of standardization of
where the sail club had the sailing qualifications throughoutthe
knowledge and the desire to run Navy as a means to stimulate
an effective sailing program but interest-in recreational sailing.
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;.f I ;. Slowpitch : In the only and Brown with a double and tw<[ A ,

slowpitch action of the week, the singles. :' "
league leading VA-12 squad Ageless George Loy of Admir ,

t downed VA-66,14.7. Evertt and struckout 8 VA-45 players anc f 4t.,< ; '." .: .. Getting Along
,. ,' Sullivan with 3 hits and Falcon limited the opposition to but tw<)

and Pope with 2 were the leading hits in leading his team to an. 8-:, .' ,
j. I VA-12 hitters. The VA-66 hitting 1. Keep skid chains on
outburst was led by Trimble with win.Shortstop Bowen of'Admin hac 1 ''the your tongue; always say

j 3, and Teveri, Woody (two long his best hitting output of Is less than you think. Cultivate

: ( homeruns),, Dun, Wilcutt and season when he banged out 5 hit!: a How low you, persuasivevoice. say it often -
I I MacMillan with two apiece. The in six appearances at the plate. counts for more than
.1 winning pitcher was Ward and Mike Ciopryna made his thir I what 'you say.
the loser base debut and in wilt
r a! Woody. chipped 1
Make
2. promises sparingly
The Cecil Field Raider softball two hits for the winners. Mike and keep them faith-

I team will practice this Thursday even fielded his one chance fully, no matter what it

s i ; at 1930 on the north field.. Coach perfectly. ,costs, you.
:i I Jim Lee i is presently scheduling Medical downed AIMD 10-7 in a I 3. Never let an opportu-
games for next week. First on free hitting contest. Terry r 1t nity pass to say a kind
i \ I the slate is expected to be the Pangburn entered the winners I and encouraging word to
f j Mayport nine. NO positions are circle after a long dry spell. -or a b o u t-somebody.

I r firm. ALL personnel desiring to Medical's leading hitters were. .. Praise good work done, regardless -
I.d try out for the team are urged to Weed with 3 bingles, Gilbert and .. of who did it. If
show up for practice with shoes Mayfield with two. Losing pitcher t : II criticism is merited, criti-
and gloves. Dale Howard, Johnson and I cize helpfully, never spite
RAIDER RAMBLINGS: Ed Wright had two hits each for fully.
Tonges FINALLY achieved one AIMD. 4. Be interested in others -
of his biggest goals in life when 814J-" ; interested in their

the slender one broke 80 on our The first successful r. pursuits, their welfare,
fa.r...1v9 ) L.r. their homes and families.
local links. Ed tore up the front open-heart surgery was
nine and hung tough on the pathto performed by a black man Gwdt,; .IHA'A; Make merry with those
the 19th hole to record a -Dr. Daniel Hale Williams VA ftk who weep. Let everyoneyou
sparkling 79. The exhibition was Not surprisingly, meet, however hum-
verified by an' unimpeachablesource he had to work his .way VA-174 Sends 'Em WestOn ble, feel that you regard
through school, and in him as a person of importance
: Cuddles Grace! P'S', .
1883 he graduated from
Ed's batting average is ,also Chicago Medical College. 1 t/" 5. Be cheerful. Keep the
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Fastpitch: VA-12 cashed home gan to practice medicine, ., f' ; turned up. Hide your
in the 3rd inning enrouteto '::.. ;> 1!' ".::4
12 runs but no hospital in Chicago : ,, pains, worries and disappointments -
a 16-3 trouncing of Medical. In allowed black doctors to under a pleasant
a game played on damp fields, operate; so he founded w smile. Laugh at good
Bill Stromquist proved a better Provident Hospital in at II/ttWq stories and learn to tell
mudder than Terry Pangburn of 1891. He also founded the them.
Medical. Not only did the portly first training school for 6. Perserve an open
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righthander spin a fine four. black nurses. J"t' mind on all debatable
hitter; he also contributed a One day in 1893 a man .pJ .' questions. Discuss; but
homerun to his own cause. Other dying of a stab wound in don't argue. It is a markof
Falcon the chest was rushed into nuperior mind to ,dis
top hitters were Lefty tw
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Provident Hospital. Dr. and be
friendly.
agree yet
with a triple, double and a single; Williams, with six assist-
7. Let your virtues, if
ants, opened up the man's
have speak for
you any,
chest and sewed hole
up a
themselves and refuse to
in a main artery leading
talk of another's vices.
: 4 .HONDA from the exposed beating
Discourage gossip i and
heart. It created
a sensa-
make it a rule to say noth-
MOTORS& CYCLES CO. tion and this great blackman
ing of another unless it is
Dr. Daniel Hale
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ATHLETIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING
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lax The Athletic r't' t
Advisory Committee ,
will hold ,
a .
meeting today at I.'IS p.m. in Room 24Q at Hangar,MOO
The committee has been established for the benefit Val1

units who participate in NAS sports and for UIepurposo

, of hearing andactmg on individual or unit core(
toward the NAS Jax Sport Program. AUNAS< rV
mands, departments or units should have a.ei": >>

tative.. ats}:these meetings. "_ ":'.'i. M.- .. Y
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jj TOUCH FOOTBALL MEETING .s .

Jax -.. An organizational meeting for the. *uuw,' 4: ,,,Xr

Football Season scheduled to begin on August 14 will be F, c irwl t1 ,, 4NPw$ .y
held Wednesday, July I 19 at 9:30: a.m. in the Conference- y q 5 .a

Room of Bldg. 704. All units or commands interestedihr .y:, 1..

fielding a team are asked to send a representative to the":t".t ,< < .,

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Jax Personnel interested in trying out for the Jax Top Teams Meet-A VP-4 player tries to get back to third base unsuccessfully during action that. .
[Navy Golf Team to participate in the 6th Naval District occurred Monday night In VW-4's 4-3 victory over VP-4?. The win gave VW-4 a 18-3 record to VP-49's
17-4 record for sole possession of first place In the American League. Both teams have only one game
Tournament are invited to compete in qualifying rounds left to play In the season.
((18 holes) on July 22 and 23, and on a day to be selected
.during the week of July 24. Open ,and Senior players

;must have a handicap of five or less to qualify, and S S

;Senior's must reach their 45th birthday by September 1, ppp <.JJI tiec.erla... .''an.'ng.o.le.or.'
1972. Contestants are requester1 to sign up at the Golf House- of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Center|
:Club house and meet with Chief Kelczewski at 4 p.m. on Phone 771-9223
July 21. Every SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night is

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