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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 20, 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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For the thirteenth consective year, Navy ships and aircraft, includingtwo

P-3 "Orions from VP-16, will join navy and air force units from South

I American countries in combined naval. exercises in the waters around South -

America.

F R ) ka Unitas XIII reflects President around South America in a clock- homeported at Newport with
Nixon's policy of working closely wise direction, operating in Commander Destroyer SquadronTen
I with allied military forces to sequence with the navies of embarked; the destroyerUSS
mutually improve i capabilities Venezuela, Brazil, Uruguay, Forrest Sherman (DD-931)),
for selfdefense.The Argentina, Chile, Peru and also from Newport, and the
exercise will commence on Columbia. submarine USS Remora (SS-487)),
August 1 when U.S. and This year, Unitas_ is scheduled homeported at Charleston, S.C.A .
Venezuelan task groups departSan primarily for bilateral transport aircraft from Fleet
Juan to conduct training operations. The carefully knit Tactical Support Squadron One
maneuvers in the Caribbean. schedule has been designed to and a drone detachment from
., The U.S. task group will transit conform to the individual needsof Fleet Composite Squadron Six,
the various South American both of Norfolk, will also join. the (
t participants,since each navy has U.S. Task Group.
f a- FJC Courses unique coastal requirements and As the Unitas task force
force capabilities. operates at sea, the 26memberU.S.
TOP SAILOR -, AZ2 Michael W. Anderson, June's Sailor of the The Unitas XIII exercises will Navy Show Band from the
Month, checks his equipment records at AIMD. AZ2 Anderson was ScheduledJax be directed by Commander South Navy School of Music at Little
.' recognized for outstanding lob performance and "putting forth 200 Atlantic Force, Rear Admiral Creek,Va.,will make its eleventh
percent effort in every assigned task.Anderson Registration for Florida John J. Shanahan, Jr. tour of South America.
Junior College's Fall Quarter on- RAdm. Shanahan will be During Unitas XII, in 1971, the
Selected station courses is scheduled for embarked on USS Farragut Navy Show Band entertained 30
f' August 2 from 10:30a.m.: to 2 p.m. (DLG-6), a guided missle frigate million South Americans in 62
at the Educational Services homeported at Newport, R. I. cities in ten countries.
i Other U.S., Navy ships taking After four months of operationsand
Office, Bldg. 200.
in Unitas XIII include The visits in six countries
will be part : port ,
The following courses
Sailor Of Month offered from 7-10 p.m. in Hangar guided missle destroyer escourt the U.S. task group will return to
1000: USS Talbot (DEG-4), San Juan in early December.

English Composition, College
Jax -AZ2 Michael Wayne Anderson of AIMD has been Math, Humanities, Origins of ,

t chosen NAS Jax Sailor of the Month.for June. American Society, Principles of

f Anderson is assigned to the a manner that has brought credit Management, Business Law,
and In-
Child
Logs and Records section of the not only to himself but to his Psychology,
Maintenance Control Division branch and his Department as termediate Algebra. _
Cost three credit hours is
with AIMD. He performs well. per -4
$25 and tuition aid, which Will pay ii
duties for
supervisory logbook lie has consistently demon- 75 percent of the course cost, is
entries and record keeping. He
strated a technical knowledge of available for active duty personnel .
also serves as the training petty his r te that is impressive as heoveJ'SteS ,
officer for his division.. _
the work accomplishedin Those personnel applying '_
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Petty Officer Anderson has his office with energy and through the NAS ESO prior 'to
managed the Logs and Records thoroughness that has resulted in Thursday, July 27 will only be r '\ iV
section since December 1970.
a superior product to the sup- charged 25 percent of the course ,
t, During this time, he has ported squadrons. I .
the
demonstrated outstanding cost by college. 'krr ,.r
Tenant commands and S
abilities and has utilized them in (Continued on Pg. 2) ,

CNO Thanks NAS Jax request squadron that personnel their Education should rr hf ; I"J: .).,:,II..... A. .

Officer send a signed copy of 4. .1 I J :
tuition aid applications to Ens. 1q Itr to -J

For Buddy Base HelpJax Black, NAS ESO, Bldg. 200. "i 0J.. -'
This will ensure their eligibilityfor
25 percent payment of the i":2::
The following is a Letter of Appreciation to NAS course cost to 'FJC upon ,
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Jax from the CNO: registration.All A, : :
Air Station military personnel applyingfor :t'-
"For' the past 18 months Naval ,,,
tuition aid at FJC for,college ,
: Jacksonville, has participated vigorously in the Buddy &"t>"" ''' ;
. credit leading to a degree who ',;: '" .: "
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a Base Program. desire eligibility for 25 percent ''
ANOTHER FORM OF AWARD- Capt. David C. More, Public Works
"In doing so, the personnel of your command have payment of course cost at
Officer, is congratulated by his wife Me lie, after being awarded the
contributed significantly in enhancing the viability of registration must apply prior to Meritorious Service Medal for "dynamic leadership, managerial and
Coastal Group 21, located at Degi, Republic of Vietnam. Thursday, August 3 at NAS ESO. technical competence" while serving as Commanding Officer of the

r "The Buddy Base Program is an integral part of the processed Only those prior to that applications date will, Public Works Center in Guam and Staff Civil Engineer, Commander
and will become increasingly Naval Forces, Marianas. '
i ,\ Vietnamization effort be eligible' for 25 percent
more important as, we continue to withdraw our ad- payment at FJC. Later applicants I
visors.from Vietnam., must pay the entire :!'.<' *'W1Gr. "''m' -*,'$!;,

"I know Naval Air Station, Jacksonville will make course cost, $25, which will be r l ti
refunded COMSIX,at a later
every effort to help us achieve the goals of the Buddy by
date. r:
'. Base Program, Registration for non-credit Remember I .
"I wish you every success in your continuing efforts to courses offered on-station by FJC
provide administrative, technical and humanitarian will be Thursday, August 17. i' \ y

support to the Vietnamese Navymen and their families. Courses available will be POW/MIA's

"Please extend my deep personal appreciation to all published For further at a later information'date. on :::: :: "

hands, for a job well done." courses and tuition aid, contact l1
Signed: Adm. E. R. Zumwalt, Jr., CNO NAS ESO, 2596 or 2597. y. .4 8rc;.$$>vi ,_ 4\...*"'Ii._.'.". ssisI :''''''-;>$ :

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: "Published by the Holt Publishing Company which is in noway connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained herein are not official expressions t

: of 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 ; Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Roast Turkey Sandwiches or Soup Stuffed deserves recognition as NAS

;; ''I I !'; : ;;mIt.lI"" Maple Grilled Minute Syrup,Steaks Choice, French of Luncheon Toast Cranberry Frankfurters Sauce, Snowflaked, Harvard Potatoes Beets,, Month.Jacksonville's Serviceman of the i'

; Meat or Pork Sausage, Pastry Bar. Gravy, Seasoned Succotash, Salad Anderson is presently being
BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Vegetable Soup, Bar, Dutch Apple Cake, Vanilla considered by Capt. William
Grilled Pork Slices, French Fried Wafers.
Friday,July 21 Cake, Peach Pudding Potatoes, Baked Beans, Pastry Bar, SANDWICH LINE Submarine Sizemore, NAS CO, to serve as
BREAKFAST) Hot Oatmeal, Fried Salad Bar, Peach Pie, Chocolate Chip Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers, assistant to his hometown
Eggs to Order, Scrambled Eggs wHam Saturday,July 22 Cookies Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes, recruiter this summerPROTESTANT ,
Choice of Luncheon Meat or BREAKFASTi Hominy Grits, Fried SUPPER Swiss Beef Steak, Fried Potato Chips, Dessert Bar.
Pork Sausage, Home Fried Potatoes, Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes, Onions, Franconia Potatoes, Seasoned SUPPER El Rancho Stew or Baked
Chilled Apple Juice, Pastry Bar. Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Peas, Harvard Beets, Salad Bar, Iced Veal Loaf, Buttered Egg Noodles,
DINNER Manhattan Clam Chowder, Sausage, Hash Brown Potatoes, Lemon Cake Pineapple Pudding. Simmered Pinto Beans, Buttered
Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches or Chill Chilled Orange Juice, Pastry Bar Monday,July 24 Asparagus, Southern Corn Bread,
Macaroni, Potato Pancakes, Buttered BRUNCHt at 10 am. Chicken Rice BREAKFAST.Chilled Orange Juice, Salad Bar, Devils Food Cake, Cherry rn woow
Carrots, Buttered June Peas, Salad Soup, Grilled Ham & Cheese Sandwiches Fried Eggs to Order Grilled Hot Jello
Bar, Cream Puffs, Coconut Bars Pastry Bar, Salad Bar, Cakes, Maple Syrup, Choice of Pork Thursday,July 27
SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salad or French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Sausage or Bacon, Lyonnalse BREAKFAST Chilled Flgs.Homlny
Grilled Hamburgers, Frankfurters, Blueberry Pie, Sugar Cookies. Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Grits Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot
French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, SUPPER Roast Turkey Log, DINNER Spilt Pea Soup, Baked Cakes Maple Syrup, Choice of NAVAL AIR STATION
Dessert Bar.SUPPERI Snowflaked Potatoes, Cream Gravy, Smoked Ham, Pineapple & Raisin Luncheon Meat or Pork Sausage,
Barbecued Beef or Fried Bread Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, Sauce, Candled Sweet Potatoes, Baked Pork &. Beans, Chilled Tomato
Flounder,Tartar Sauce, French Fried Buttered Whole Kernal Corn on the Snowflaked Potatoes, Boiled Juice, Pastry Bar Sunday
Potatoes, Polonaise Cauliflower, Cob, Seasoned Brunei Sprouts, Salad Blackeyed Peas, Seasoned Turnip DINNERi Puree of Bean Soup, )
Seasoned Beans, Salad Bar, Marble Bar, Lime Jello, Cherry Pudding. Greens Salad Bar, Apple Turnovers, Ginger Pot Roast, Natural Gravy, 9 Church am. at School Chapel(Call Annex.ages
Sugar Cookies. French Fried Potatoes, Buttered June Divine Worship 10-30 a.m.at .
I. I ,SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham. Peas,. Seasoned Carrots, Salad Bar:.,. All Saints' Chapel.
,Burgers,or Frankfurters, Egg Salad Cream Puffs, Coconut Bars. .
.Sandwich Fried, Potatoes, 'SANDWICH Youth Worship (Jr. .and
French LINEI Sloppy joe oh> I '
JTAX % W.SO'ahi at
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NEWSThe r High
,.pessert Bar.SUPPER Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgers: I Chapel, Annex.. Junior; and
) Submarine Sandwlches'orStuffed or Frankfurters, French Fried Senior Youth Fellowship
Green Peppers w-Tomato Potatoes, Dessert Bar. 1:30 p.m. at Bldg. 722.
JAX AIR NEWS Is Civilian
a Enterprise Newspaper Sauce, French Baked Potatoes, Boiled SUPPER Beef Tacos, Mexican
distributed each Thursday at the 17. S. Naval Air Station, Navy Beans, Buttered Spinach, Salad Enchiladas, Hot Retried Beans, p.m.Evening at the Worship Small Chapel.7:30
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Bar, Yellow Pound Cake Orange Lyonnalse Potatoes, Season Green
I private firm. All Copy submitted for use (In the JAX AIR NEWS Cream Pudding. Beans, Salad Bar, Marble Cake, Tuesday
,', ; .must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Tuesday,July 25 Peach Pudding. '. .; Senior,Choir Rehearsal 7
BREAKFASTi Hot Oatmeal,. Fried \ : : '
p m at 'fildgi 750 and
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beef ANDERSON i Christian Science Service
items are welcomed from all. sources. Telephone 772-3118 or on Toast, Baked Pork 8. Beans, Choice (Con't. from Pg. 1)) pm. at the Small Chapel.
3119. of Luncheon Meat or Pork Sausage,
Chilled Apple Juice, Pastry Bar. While Anderson is a relatively NAVAL HOSPITAL
; "Every thin, advertised In this publication must be made DINNERt French Onion Soup, junior second class, he has, instituted St.DIvine Lukes.Worship 10 a.m.at

.' available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, Steamship Round of Beef, Natural nemerous changes which
NATTCProtestant
Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Okra &
; creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Tomato Gumbo, Buttered Whole have been of intangible benefit to Worship
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Kernal Corn, Salad Bar, Martha AIMD. Service, 10:30 am in
: opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Washington Cream Pie, Hermits. Anderson has also been in- Building 500,

;J advertising from that source." SANDWICH LINEi Chicken Salad or strumental in maintaining high
Grilled Hamburgers, frankfurters,
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morale within his
French Fried.Potatoes, Baked leans.! department
t.. Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Dessert Bar.SUPPERt through his positive participative Mass 5 p.m. at
{ concerning such should be directed to: ) Simmered Corf "Beef or efforts as a member of' the St Sunday, Edward's Mass a.m.Chapel and 11

{'. Swedish Meat Balls, O'Brien Welfare and ,
THE HOLT Recreation. Com a m Dally Mass Monday
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Potatoes, Buttered Squash, Seasoned mittee. Tuesday, Thursday and
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville Fla., 32210 Snap Beans, Salad Bar, Easy Friday.11.:30 a.m. Wed
Chocolate Cake, Vanilla Pudding In nominating Anderson, Cdr. nesday Mass 11 30 a.m. at
f Telephone 3882755VOL. Wednesday,July 2< R. T Schoonover said, "This the Navat Hospital Chapel
BREAKFAST Chilled ,
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J Fjee Movie At Care Center

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I' Jax "SWISS MISS", a charge and the movie will Center located in Bldg.

Jax The following items service requirements for classic Laurel and Hardy be followed by coffeeand a 451, in order to familiarize

highlight the past week's Navy promotion to each rank under the film will be shown tonight rap session. the local Navy communityat

News: FY 1973 plan are: 18 months for The Movie is one of a
the C.A.R.E. Center at with the newly opened
Aviation Record Set ( ) for Lt. 8-9
Safety Ltjg ; 3V4 years ;
shown
series of films being
Naval aviation posted its best years for LCdr; 15 years for Cdr.; 8:30: p.m. facility.
safety record in history duringthe and 20-21 years for Capt. There is no admission on a weekly basis at the

.last fiscal year. -
Preliminary figures for FY ,

,,1972, released this week, show

that Navy fliers had an accident ti.+..
rate of .89 accidents per 10,000
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flight hours. "+ }.V J.Wh }{Tr. !G:{M1'NY.r.WM..I.\.Yti'X/VfjYY: : {';ti'::YY'Nititi;' ;+r'RWM'bYrYC: {rr'CrrChCMO M:' !}::.,, ?}Y' !,

That is the first time the
aviation accident rate has V*

dropped below the 1.00 mark per
10,000 hours. : tatementofr

Navy fliers totalled about three

million flight hours during FY i
1972 and officials pointed out that

the accident rate for most types

of Navy aircraft also dropped I eonditioY9
during the year.
Area Fills Recruiting Quota
For the first time since Oc-

tober, 1971, a Navy RecruitingArea vYw, N,. %};:5!:x...!}}, wc: C'4,.r. 'r rCS;'{fiwfs; !?'. ., hc}}+}!?{1rr, ,:?";}:Yw Sw,.;{+wrlrn.sc{{q!+;niS;
has filled 100 percent of its }:

monthly recruiting quota.
Area Seven, which includes

Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico,
Louisiana, and Arkansas,
reported this week that during Comparative Statement Of Condition

June, 1406 recruits. enlisted from
that area.

Navy's Commanding Recruiting officers Stations of the As Of June 30 1972

gather in Chicago next week to ,
discuss the challenges facing ;\.,, 1 :.

them and to meet with RAdm. OFFICERS RESOURCES 1972 1: '.t:1971":

Emmett Tidd, Commander -- B J. WALKER Cash '
On Hand end Due from Banks .
Command. Chairman of the Board 1,9.54.037.99. 1,765.547.41
Recruiting Items In Process of Collection 102,982.79 34546.28
s New Oil Spill Weapon a, R.Presidtnt Po JR. Total Cash 2,057,020.78 1,800--093.69;
:, A unique, Navy workboat for Investment Securities:
H. W. Ncwasno u. s. Government Obligations 3485401.48 3,176,573.66
cleaning up oil spills from the Vice-President i
I water will be launched today at ll. Retiring 8/30/72 Obligations of States and Political Subdivisions. 3653979.81 2.621,209.9&
Federal
: Agencies and Other Securities 3.108,854.97 2312809.08
the U.S.Naval Shipyard, Boston, I r K L. Nita b Loans a''
at a ceremony featuring an address fit! ',. f-Prtlidnt Commercial and Industrial 4.238.031..8 3829048.01
f by Navy Deputy Undersecretary : ,'t, A. JUN MCLANE Installment loans 7444057.51 5469198.54
Grimes. _... ;... Vicf-Pnidnt Real Estate ,j?' 1787851.93 1,305,297.09
I Joseph d.... : Ro. ee rLLlHn: Other ... _' 7, 23,22. 6,331.71
boat is the first + .m'a
l The operationalunit Cashier ; Total Loans 13,477,1 bill : ..10.609,875.35AurN :
of its kind, and is designedfor R. NOLAN Federal Funds Sold ':i .(). 500,000.00
use in harbors and near shore Assistant Vic,-P"dd"t Trading Account Securities .(). '."1: -().. .
Bank Premises, Furniture Fixtures (Net) 598427.76 596529.80
DAvtD W. DrcKJflON!
areas. Assistant Ca..hi", Other Real Estate 1.00 11.552,68'ii
By confining the oil below the ..i;, Customers lIability.letters of Credit and Acceptances 96,500.00 4(
boat using vertical plates, the 'f Assistant DAVID Eo MOORS Cashier Income Earned but not Collected 223115.91 197,450.14

t skimmer workboat can harvestup ". Other Resources '127,681.93_. 164422.01

to 2200 gallons of oil per hourat :\:; MAIICARnM.Assistant Cashier Russo Total Resources ". ewOet.AN $26,828,147.78:' .=_...== _$2 1,990j U__='619:'-=

a speed of two knots.It ..'r.' S.M.u.r.II .1'1.;.?.." '''. '\ ..,. IAssistant .,
operates anywhere from zero Cashier IJ 1IfIIII! "'" f' :i :' Ir.YI't'
to three knots while collecting oil, b Ct7"n A. DAm : ,w ;'::.tillli: : "If'tl: << 11t! ;
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and can perform effectively in LIABILITIES ; : ii > }
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waves up to two feet. fir', FLORA H. WrnlOll" Deposits: ; 'J'
'. Assistant Cashier Demand: r'; : : I ,
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Longer Waits Individual Partnerships and Corporations'.. 9,913.824.72 7856600.17
For Officer Promotions .a I United States Government "I;: 238,200.69 412,344.16
Total commissioned time in ,. Stales and Political Subdivisions I.-; : .(). 100000.00
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DIRECTORS Banks ''',' '. 16403.72 39,719.47LoRIMER
service requirements for officer H. BLITCII Certified and Officers' Checks etc. 303,640.39 324,185.67
promotions will be increased Retired, Wiftft-Dizi Stores.Inc. Time and Swings 13.545.5'7.53 11083228.39
slightly under the FY 1973 lAMa A, CRANP'OIID Total Deposits it' -r,027,597: 19,816,077.86
promotion plan recently ap- Jacksonville Florida Federal Funds Purchased and Securities<< Sold
Under Agreement t to Repurchase -0( .(0-
proved by the Secretary of the RALPH W. Hon
11,209.21 11,540.92HARRY
Vw-Prsidnl.Hovt High Fidelity Cmt'lftc.Mortgages Payable ."
Navy.. R JAMC letters of Credit /and Acceptances 96500.00 .0-(
Bureau of Personnel officials'' PreMent Harry I.James '''c. Income Collected but not Earned 840596.67 544305.61
Reserve>' Taxes and Interest 186.662:01: 124901.93
that because of !
explain declining O. R. PORTER. JR '
Other liabilities 8003.36 54,289.91Ja1N
President, Westside Atlantic Bank
strength, reduced requirements, Total Liabilities : I I .., 'r125.190S6a.30' : :. ht g ; : :
; Ii20,551,116.23
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and cost increases, the number of Ror/Ri: Reserve for tosses lo.nsl : !18B637.74 '
President, Rogers, Miller Co. Qn t r' ; J 1 ..
: vacancies in the grade structure' : 'WILUAMB. Towns Equity Capital: = ; 'f'' I.n:.R'. (.. \ 1.1.t. l.t, .. .I..t I '

has gone down, meaning longer Attorney at Law Common Stock $10 pr value; authori7ed.and, -',, HCsoRcs .
AOOOOO.OO 400000.00
sh res'
waits for promotion. Eo U'r.IEY, JL outstanding: 40,000
900000.00 700,000.00B.
President Ubf1// '"c. Surplus
Total commissioned time in J. WALllr.It Undivided Profits 148941.74 175,754.2j:
First Vic- sidnlt The Atlantic National I Bank Reserve for Contingencies: ._, .0- .0-( .
r IO/"lcbOftt1iU. .. Total Equity Capital 1,448.9"1.74 121.s.l '. 6C

::1 'FRIENDLY I ', RELAXED '. : ,Whitmire: W: WNITMIRC Leasing! ..v....-, ....'..Oft'Total Llabilitie and Equity Capital. $,28(147)8-; 01,990,51.6.39resident ,: ..

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COMLATWING ONE staff as a part of retirement ceremonies ,
ACCS Lewis D. CENTER culminating 30 years of active Naval Service. Prior to his retirement

t received the Navy 'Achievement LCDR LASH E R served as the Supply Officer on the Staff. r ,
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Carolyn by
LT Bob DAY After the latest SECNAV
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rt vancements LTJG requiring 18
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3Vi years time in grade, effective
July 1972, moans and groans
\ were heard by those who had
IJ hopes of soon attaining their
advancements just "under the
.N wire" sighs of relief and hap
r/ f : KC 1Y'M pines were heard throughout.Such .

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LT Pete DODGE was frocket to the grade of LCDR in a surprise feelings, LT Tom Van BRUNT,
1 informal ceremony, spectated by his wife and young daughter, Tif LT Bob WHITEHURST and LT
1I fany. Surprised by the whole chain of events, LT DODGE Bob DAY'S only remark's for the
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V-4 Taking Part
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In "Stormfury"Jax ___ ;;J.. .t 4 4K 4v. ViolationsJax


The "Hurricane Hunters" of VW-4 hope to
become "Hurricane Tamers" this hurricane -The following is a reportof
season as
motor vehicle accidents and
they prepare for Project Stormfury.- traffic violations for the period of

Readiness began Friday for the polished their seeding tactics and R July
39.Number
U. S, Department of Commerce- coordination, and, of course we of Accidents
Department of Defense ex- made sure all systems are : This period 5
periment, involving the silver working properlydata This period a year ago 5
iodide seeding of one or more collection, communication, a Total accidents this year 208
hurricanes in an effort to reduce pyrotechnics (firing of silver Total accidents through this
their destructive force. iodide flares for seeding), t period last year 161
"Our computer analysis and everything." : A Total number of days since last

previous experiments indicatewe "Now it's up to Mother Natureto t1. injury in a motor vehicle accident
may be able to reduce the cooperate. Usually, the kind of 8
hurricane's energy as much as 15 mature hurricane desired for the, MATSG AWARD SSgt. Edward Sierra, MATSG's Legal Chief, Is Number of days since an injury
percent,"noted Dr. Cecil Gentry, seeding experiment doesn't show awarded a Certificate of Commendation by Mal.| John C. Weare, last year at this time 16
head of the National Hurricane up until later in the Number of Violations
season- MATSG XO. The Certificate cites SSgt. Sierra increasing the effectiveness
Research Laboratory near August, September, or October." and efficiency of the command by "diligent attention to This period 20
Miami and, director of Project In the Project Stormfury ex- detail and,dedication,to duty". Speeding 6
Stormfury. periment last September, Navy Reckless driving 0
"A reduction of 15 percent of a and Air Force crews seeded Going through stop,sign 0
100 knot ((115 mph) hurricane Hurricane Ginger 250 miles DoD Drug Program Other Violations 14
could mean that property southwest of Bermuda with about Thirty-two drivers appeared
damage might be reduced 30 250 pounds of silver iodide before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
percent in addition to lives crystals before the big wind and Termed "Success"Jax July 13. Disposition of the
saved," he continued. rainstorm struck the U.S. cases included the following:
Joining VW-4 in Stormfury are Atlantic Coast. Seventeen lost driving and
At the end of the first 12 months of intensive
the Air Force's 53rd Weather There were changes in the parking privileges aboard the
Reconnaissance Squadron and hurricane's cloud structure, Dr. effort, Dr. Richard S. Wilbur has termed the Depart- station for various periods; Ten
one aircraft from the National Gentry noted,but the structure of ment of Defense's drug abuse prevention and treatment were assigned to complete an
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Ginger was such that it was not program "successful". eight-hour course in remedial
.* suitable for large scale The- Assistant Secretary of elsewhere in Southeast Asia. driving;' None received a
The crews will be operatingfrom modification. Defense (Health and En- One month later, the Services suspension; Fourteen were given
NAS Roosevelt Roads and Ginger was an entirely dif vironment) added that one ,started their exemption warnings; Two were dismissed;
Ramey Air Force Base, as wellas ferent type hurricane than 1969's "reason why we get such good programs which permitted drug Four were fined (U.S.
here at NAS Jax. Debbie whose winds decreased 15 success is because we're working abusers to turn themselves in for Magistrate); and Eight were
On dry runs held last week, Dr. to 30 perent following the with people who aren't really far treatment voluntarily without referred to commanding officersfor
Gentry said,"the aircraft crews seedings. gone." punishment. possible disciplinary action.

In a recent press conference, In explaining the exemption Twenty-eight drivers were
Vets Get New ChanceTo
he pointed out to newsmen that in program, the Health and En- assessed 89 traffic points.
I some areas 80 to 90 percent of the vironment official pointed out
Use Home LoansJax men treated for drug abuse go that the fact that a man "has The dependent parents of a
back to duty and continue to been exempted for taking heroin deceased worker who was
Almost 400,000 veterans in $7,500 to the crurrent $12,500. serve in the Armed Forces.. doesn't mean that he's exemptedfor covered under social securitycan
Florida have another chance to The additional loan entitlement Dr.Wilbur said that there was some of the other antisocial get monthly social secu-
use their G. I. home loan, ac- would now be the difference really no firm idea of the sizeof{ activities he may have indulgedin rity benefits if they are 62
cording to Odell W. Vaughn, "between $12,500 and the amount the probleni when the' Depart- while he was using heroin." or older.
director of the VA Regional used on prior G.I. loans. ment of Defense was directed by Early Detection
'Office in St. Petersburg, Mr. Vaughn also called attentions President Nixon in Junel971to set One important factor in the
On a national level, the unused to reductions in interest up a program to identify, treat, urinalysis program is that it
entitlement of nearly nine million rates under the G. I. loan and rehabilitate members of the permits the Military Services to '
World War II and Korean Conflict program The rate has been Armed Forces who were drug detect drug abusers early and to 'HONtA I
veterans has been revived. reduced three times since abusers. treat them early before there.is
Many veterans of World War II December 1970 and now stands at At first the Services relied on serious physical or psychological MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
and the Korean Conflict who took seven perecent.As law enforcement investigationsto dependence. 4949 BLANDI.NG( BLVD.
out G.I. loans before May 7, 1968 a result of the latest discover the size of the (Continued on Page 6)) PHONE 77J-8244
may have between$5,000 to$8,500 reduction, payments on a typical problem, especially in Vietnam. r 1..1 r
additional entitlement availableto loan would be about$21 per month Those investigations-plus the -
them due to another increaseIn less than they were before the fact that in some months in late
the maximum amount for_ loan rate was reduced from the peak 1970 as many as 15 men died of
purposes.Mr. 8.5 percent in December 1970. drug abuse-gave a broad outline
: Vaughn said these For furtherJnformation of the problem that was faced.In 1fektJffleI
veterans may now use their G. I. veterans should contact the June 1971, Dr Wilbur said,
Bill for home purchases or to nearest VA office or their local the Department of Defense,Instituted
purchase mobile homes. The service organization represen-' the urine test, first in '()we 11ee'
deadline for use of home loans by tative. Vietnam and shortly afterwards
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veterans has been 0 abolished by
Congress. VISITOR CALL
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I DoD Drug ProgramCon't ; 1


the testing started in 4
( from Pg 5)) Vietnam, the program rate of positiveswas ____ INFO1972FLORIDA

"In March, when we treated running about 4.2 percent.
2,086 patients, we said that only jl
eight were truly addicted, that Education Effort

were really hooked, and the other Covering the Department of 1e If you are a legal resident of
2,078 were just early users, Defenses's efforts in the drug Florida, here are the dates to
people who were in troublebutnot education field, Dr. Wilbur told remember if you want to vote in
in such serious trouble-as to the newsmen that teams of ex 'the State's primary election:

be compared with what you thinkof addicts have been sent to the fieldto August 12, 1972: This is
when you think of a drug addict aid local commanders.In the last day on which you may
," Dr. Wilbur said. addition, he pointed out that register to vote in the primary
He added that detection also special courses have been set up election.

permits the commander to for commanders, that drug abuse September 12, 1972: This is
remove a drug abuser from his councils have been established, 9r f the date of the primary election.
unit, so that a new man cominginto that dope- stop teams have goneto 1 A Second, or Runoff, primarywill
the unit will not be exposed to Department of Defense. be held on October 3, 1972.

drugs and therefore be less likelyto sponsored schools,and that radio .., Members of the Armed Forces
start. and television spots as well as and their spouses and depend.
In addition to the random urine films have been delivered all REACHES THE TOP Sgt. Mal.| Franklin B. Brooks, attached to ents may register or reregisterby
tests, the military Departmentshave outlets. VMA-142, reaches the highest Marine Corps enlisted rank as Lt.Col. using the Federal Post Card
also started testing individuals Frank R. Pound, squadron commander, presents him the warrant Application (FPCA). Registration -
before their "We set up drug abuse promoting him to his present rank. books are open except for
deployment to Vietnam in an educational courses at all senior the period 30 days prior to and
Service schools, staff and five days following an election.Be .
effort to prevent drug addicts
from going to an area where command courses, non. VA Helping WomenVeterans sure to indicate your political -
drugs may be freely obtained. commissioned officers leadership party preference on the
courses, Service Academiesand FPCA.
The Worldwide of Testing Defense has in ROTC programs at Administration edu VA vocational rehabilitation Your vote counts in Florida-
Department for disabled as a result
cation and training has started persons
established 15 regional colleges, he said. : service. but only if you meet the dead
of military
more than 130,000 women on line. Your unit voting counselorcan
laboratories and set testing Concluding his presentation on their way to join the nation's Some 14,000 widows of assist if you have questions.
frequencies for various parts of the anniversary of the Depart trained personnel pool since the men killed In military service,
the world where U.s. military Conflict in disabled
ment of Defense's efforts, Dr. end of the Korean and wives of totally
men and women are stationed.In 1955, the agency has reported. veterans and of those missing HAWAIIIf
that
Wilbur told the newsmen
Vietnam, Thailand, "we think the drug problem can The number includes: in action and prisoners of war. you mill Hawaii's sunny
Phillipines and Okinawa-where be reversed we think that the About: 29,000 women vet Some 86.COO young climes and want to reminisce
drugs be obtained easily- ; and 26 while voting in the
may military has shown it can be erans of military service who women between 18 primary
tests will be given at least three done." have trained under the curyears who are war orphans election, here are the dates to
times a year. rent G.I. Bill since 1966, plus (children of men or women remember:
He suggested that civilian
In Korea and on Taiwan, as could be approximately 1,000 exservkilled or permanently and totally August 7,1972: This is the
well as on the West Coast of the programs those found most successfulby patternedafter ice women who have received disabled as the result of earliest date on which your Fed
U.S., the frequency rate will the Department Defense. education and training under service in the armed forces, or eral Post Card Application
average out about 1.6 times a of servicemen missing in action (FPCA) will be accepted. You
year, while in "minimum risk" or prisoners of war). may apply between 60 and 10
areas, individuals will be tested 'CARE CentJax er Seminar Women make up about 48 days before the primary elec

about 1.2 times a year. per cent of the total numberAnalysIs tion.
"In our worldwide testing,". Dr. The NAS Jax and Project of the war orphans who have October 7,1972: This Is the
Wilbur said,"We come out with a CARE Center has Transition. trained under VA assistance. date of the primary election.

figure of about 2 percent Hours for the seminar Currently 1 about 12,000 Members of the Armed Forces
scheduled seminar for
positives." a veterans are enrolled and their spouses and depend
That was the result of 1% July 24-28. are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.women the G.I. Bill. About 5,500 ents will be registered when
million tests given to men and Monday through Thursdayunder and widows and 35,000 they apply for an absentee bal
women of the Armed Forces in The seminar will offer with an early secure war orphans, of whom about 48 lot by FPCA. Send the FPCA to
every part of the world.In training to counselors in Friday. per cent are women, are in train the County Clerk, county of res
June and July of 1971, when group processing, interpersonal ing under VA educational assist. idence. Be sure to indicate your

relationships, The seminar will be' ance. political party preference.
Questions on absentee voting
Drug Exemption Programand conducted in Bldg. 451 Women interested in learningmore :
about VA educational may be answered by your unit
Black culture view (access through the benefits should telephone, write, voting counselor. Your vote
D points. Security parking lot to or visit the Veterans Assistance counts in Hawaii-but only if

d Gate 5)). Division of the nearest VA Regional you meet the deadline.
.J Guest speakers will talk Office or'write to the Vet

concerning Transactional Interested are erans Assistance Division, Vet COLORADO
,I persons erans Administration Central
invited to contact WO Office, Washington, D.C., 20420, If you're a legal resident of
vote in
Colorado and want to
for a of the pamphlet "Fed.
Rodger M. Leasure or copy that State's primary election,
eral Benefits
for Veterans and
'. Chief Scott at Ext. 2900 here are the dates to remember:
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August 11,1972: This is the
LAST day that application for
Fly Southern to absentee registration to vote in
the primary election will be ac
Government Personnel Mutual cepted. You must submit your
Columbus application at any time prior to

Life Insurance Company'specialist that date.
September 12, 1972: This is
in service to the military'JACKSONVILLE the date of the Primary elec

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Civilian HighlightsMrs. Stressing that the time framesare Any differences between \
With the first wave of an '
approximate, Mr. Ruddock special payments and the exact
anticipated 40,000-plus described steps and proceduresthat amount due are then adjusted.
being
claims already
retirement of a
in the processing
processed, the Civil Service retirement occur claim. Despite the unusually high
Commission has set up special employee'sservice workloads created by June
Records of an
operating procedures and retirements the
and retirement Commission
salary,
temporarily bolstered its staff to deductions, are maintained by his expects to complete final ad-

handle the massive caseload. and are forwarded judication of most of the 40,000-()()(
Federal employees who retiredon employing agency claims within few
to the Commission, with plus a months,
or before June 30 are eligibleto after and to be operating on a current
,
application
of his retirement
receive a 4.8 percent cost
basis by late fall
his final salary-
by a the agency pays
living increase triggered
Mr. Ruddock advises the
after the newly
to 30 days
Index. usually 20
rise in the Consumer Price
retired to do the following in the
retirement.The
date of
Normally, about 5,000
event something
goes wrong;
rtI Federal employees retire each first thing the Commissiondoes If not informed by the Com
month and claims are fully when it receives a mission within 30 days after the
processed in 30 to 60 days. retirement claim is to notify the last paycheck was received that

I r ej i im Even with the huge bulge, applicant of its receipt and of the the record has been obtained anda
officials expect to to him.
Commission claim number assigned claim number assigned, the
beat that time frame in getting At the same time, the Com retiree should ask the personnel
checks to annuitants through the mission notifies the health insurance -
office of the agency in which he
use of special payments. carrier that the em-
worked to check the
Final adjustment of many ployee has shifted to the agency
payroll center to see if the claim
claims will take somewhat retirement rolls and coverage is
has been forwarded to the
longer. maintained.Next .
Andrew E. Ruddock, Directorof the Commission obtainsall Commission.If .
it has he should that
request
Bureau of
the Commission's records of prior Federal
Retirement, Insurance, and employment from its records the agency furnish him the
number and date of the Registerof
Occupational Health, outlined center. The claim is then ready
special steps being taken to for special payment, which Separations and Transfers
used to transmit the claim to the
handle the load and the
consists of issuing a check basedon
Duren P. Kirkland procedures involved. a conservative estimate of the Commission.This .

"We will make every effort to annuity due.
insure that claims are handled The first special payment is information will enable
Mrs. Kirkland Named promptly and expeditiously," he made in the vast majority of the Commission to locate the

promised. "One of the most cases within 10 days after receiptof claim quickly.
important things in a situation the application. Retirement queries can be
Civilian Of The MonthJax like this is that each employee Additional special paymentsare made by writing the Commissionat

knows what to expect,how long it made monthly until the exact 1900 E. St., NW, Washington,
should take, and what to do in amount of annuity has been D.C.20415, or by calling (AC 202)) .

Mrs. Duren P. Kirkland, Secretary in the Supply case something goes wrong." computed. 6325550. ,\

Department's Material Division, has been selected as

June's Civilian Employee of the Month.Mrs. Civilian Cafeteria Menu \\

Kirkland has displayedthe the Storage and Traffic Branch
highest degree of efficiencyand supervisors have covered the
Monday,July 24 25
Tuesday July
Wednesday,July 26
initiative in of division
recognizing position supervisior.
Tomato Soup, Macaroni and Cream of Chicken Soup, Roast Minestrone Soup, Minute
problem areas and finding Through her own initiative, she Meat Sauce, Baked Chicken and Beef Round on Block with New Steaks with Brown Onion Gravy,
solutions to them well
as as has helped to orientate them to Dressing, Pork Cutlets with Potatoes, Broiled Liver with Meat Loaf with Creole Sauce
with instructions
showing familiarity and office procedures, administrative Apples, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Onions, Mackeral Patties with Turkey Cutlets, 7 oz. Chopped
procedures.
flow files, and other functions.As Fish. Slaw, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Sirloin, Fish.Mashed .

Producing stenographic work Mashed Potatoes, French Chicken Ala King with Rice. Potatoes, French
that is near perfect, she has has the adjusted supervisors to change their she Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy,

demonstrated outstanding sonalities and styles per- Mustard Greens! Blackeyes, Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy. Turnip Greens, Okra and Toma-
organizational ability and supportingeach String Beans. Lima Beans, Peas, Spinach. toes, Corn
provided advice to the branch division's equally, and kept the Tossed Salad, Combination Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad

secretaries. administrative Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Tossed Salad, Combination Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit

Although her position demandsa processes manner.operating in an efficient Plain Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello,

very heavy amount of personaland Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Plain Cottage Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit

telephone contacts, she has Mrs. Kirkland has been in her Cottage Health Salad.Cheese, Potato Salad, Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Cottage Cheese, Beet and Onion,

maintained an attitude of position since Jan. 11, 1970 and Waldorf Salad, Cucumber Mix. Carrot and Raisin.
Apple Pie
cooperation and reliability. reveived Outstanding Per- Coconut Cream Egg Custard Pie, Sweet Potato German Chocolate Pie, Apple
During the last eight months formance ratings in 1971 and 1972. Assorted Pie,Devil Food Cake, Fruit Pie, Pie, Apple Pie, Banana Cake, Pie, Layer Cake, Fruit Pie,
Pudding. Assorted '
Pudding. Assorted Pudding..

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FREE USE OF AN Retiree Honor RollNARF


Decker Smith

Williard L. Burton Clarence J. Olsen
ENGRAVING TOOLTO Vernon D. McDaniel Horace T. Kirkland

George Komlos Clayton J. Perry

Harry B. Highsmith Hildred 0. Scurrey

Raymond L. Curtis Franklin. Floyd ''I
Alvin C. DeWitt Farris R. Teasley
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 9
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7I I 1 t t USO Asking Support For : "Mail Ca'll" I,


Jax-Perhaps the brightest spot in any serviceman's day is "Mail' Call". Yet,
there are many servicemen around the world who get little or no mail from I

home.,says: G. Radman: Porter,Jr. President of the Jacksonville USO Council.
Tills has been especially true in Germany." overseas may write letters to the
Germany and Thailand, where Due to military restrictions, following "Mail Call" addresses:
USO has tried to stimulate letters USO will not give out the names THAILAND: USO Mail Call,
from home. and addresses of individual USO Bangkok, HHD U.S. Army
w There has never been enough servicemen. Bangkok, APO San Francisco
letters to meet the overseas need. However, the Saigon USO in 96346;
ew Because of this, USO is issuing Vietnam clubs in Thailand, the USO Mail Call, USO Korat,
: another plea for public support of USO office in Frankfurt, the new 388th CSGP, Box 96, APO San
the organization's "Mail Call" USO in Keflavik, Iceland and Francisco 96288;
program. clubs in Korea have special USO Mail Call, USO Nakhon
The need for words of en- "Mail Call" boxes in which let Phanom, 56th Combat Support
couragement from un- ters to servicemen are displayed. Group, Box 2513, APO San
derstanding Americans to servicemen Servicemen wishing to Francisco 96310;
overseas has been correspond with the writers of the USO Mail Call, Camp Samae
emphasized by USO club letters may copy the writer's San, APO Sn Francisco. 96232;
directors. address and respond. USO Mail Call, USO U-Dorn,
In Frankfurt, USO Executive Postal regulations prevent the 432nd CSG, Box 75, APO San
Director Benjamin Sternberg addressing of envelopes to "Any Francisco 96288;
requests letters from American Serviceman," but this may be USO Mail Call, USO U-Tapao,
servicemen because"we fin4 the used as a salutation at the 635th CSG, CMR 3258, APO San
language barrier to be a terrible beginning of the letter. Fancisco 96330VIETNAM
"/. thing for our guys to overcome, : USO Mail Call,
.. I'.. and compounded by their Mr. Porter also stated thai USO Saigon, APO San Francisco
WORTHY OF RECOGNITION Henry C. Bickner, an Education shyness,it is difficult to get manyof serviceman can be deeply hurt 96243
Specialist at NATTC's AE School, receives a plaque commemorating them to leave their barracksand and disappointed when writers of KOREA: USO Mail Call, USO
his 30 years of service from Cdr. Arthur S. Schlofman, NATTC CO. participate in the culturaland letters do not reply when they Seoul, APO San Francisco 93601;
educational opportunities in have indicated that they would do USO Mail Call, USO Taegu,
CIVILIAN so.Therefore APO San Francisco 96212
USO explains that GERMANY:, USO Mail Call,
MENUcont. the sincerity of such an offer is USO<; Frankfurt, APO New; York
extremely important and shouldbe 09757
followed up with a reply. ICELAND: USO Mail Call,

( from P.8)) ..! Anyone who would like to USO Keflavik, FPO New York. .
correspond with servicemenJax 09571.
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Assorted Pudding. ;
,\ Thursday,July 27 ; ry, '
t Vegetable Soup, Beef Backribs SecNav Asks Help .,:
with New Potatoes,Spaghetti and 7
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Meat Sauce, Fried Chicken 7 oz.

Chopped Mashed Sirloin Potatoes, Fish., French f t For Flood VictimsWashington

Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, *:

Great Northern Beans, Squash, Secretary of the Navy Warner has issued an

String Beans. appeal to all Navymen to support Red Cross efforts to I
Friday,July 28
Clam Chowder, Stuffed Pep- help the victims of the flash floods in the Rapid City-
pers with Creole Sauce, Trout .,4 & Black Hills area of South Dakota and on the East Coast.

Almondine, Corn Beef with Because these two emergen- West Virginia and
Cabbage, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, cies come at a time when Red Pennsylvania
Chopped Swiss Steaks, Fish. Cross disaster funds have been "As citizens we all want to
Mashed Potatoes, French seriously depleted, the Red Cross assist in every way we can to aid
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, has asked its local chapters ,to those stricken by the floods";
Macaroni and Cheese, Stewed raise a minimum of $10 million to Sec. Warner stated.,
Tomatoes, Spinach. augment the many millions of "The best way we can do this as
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad dollars necessary to assist victims individuals is by a contribution to
Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit of these floods and other the American Red Cross.",
Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL YNCS Roy Gunnels reveives a recent catastrophies. Donations may be sent to the
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Navy Achievement Medal from RAdm. Lawrence R. Gels, COM- Since January 2, 1971, nearly local Red Cross chapter mailedto
Cottage Cheese, Cole Slaw, FAIRJAX. Chief Gunnels, who works in the Service and Facilities $12 million has already been Headquarters American
Waldorf Salad. division of the COMFAIRJAX Operations and Training Department, spent to assist victims of National Red Cross (Flood
Lemon Pie, Peach Short Cake, was decorated for duty as the writer for Commander, Cruiser disasters, including the recent Disaster Relief), 17th and D St.
Banana Pudding, Assorted Destroyer Flotilla 12 Mayport from August 1969 through February floods in Texas, Kentucky, NW, Washington, D. C. 20006.6ffiimmincpoou .

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I RAGE 10 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER

;' ( ;' Where Are They" ;Now ? I

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, KeepDetailers'
.. I s Where are the high these veterans are able to save i
jax -
rr their full entitlement
for
higher
who now
I 3r school drop-outs ? are education later on.
Vietnam era veterans
At last count, 13,084 were So far 29,320 educationally
j Informed completing high school under the disadvantaged Florida veterans '
?A .t" G.I. Bill, and swelling the ranksof have taken advantage of "catch I
taken ad. up" schooling or training since it
I have
W those who
: Jax Do you want to have available in
became
old 1967.
4 4AWARDS
/ of a five year
tI. I enough space for your whole vantage
:,: family when you occupy Veterans Administrationprogram This'figure does not include all
f government quarters? that pays them monthly assistance provided since many
Want your dependents to have allowances while attending educationally disadvantaged
an Exchange, Medical Facility, schools below the college level. veterans elect to enter on-job
\. and Commissary? For these veterans, this means training programs or attend
,
;ha, ? Want to make sure there is a enrollment in remedial or vocational and trade schools.
:( school for your children? refresher courses to enable themto
; Face It: There are places earn elementary or high school Additional information on
otherwise qualify for educational programs can be
{ where some of these facilities diplomas or
i just don't exist! FOR FORTY-NINERS Cdr. R. A. Hall, VP-49 CO, higher education obtained from VA offices or
The method through which you commends five of his "Forty-Niners" at a squadron awards This "catch-up" training is not veterans service organization
t can tell your detailer of your ceremony. AX I Larry Gibson was given a Letter of Commendation for charged against eligibility, so representatives.
( basic needs is very simple; just his work with the data link systems on the P-3C, while A02 Roger A.
make sure your personnel office Olsen and Lt. John Curtis were awarded Letters of Commendation for
knows how many dependents you their efforts in a recent Inspection. ATI Franklin Coveny received his 'HELLO FRANK' I'LL BET THAT
have.If aircrewman wings.Know. '
you're newly married, tell THIS IS THE RFAL"MRS"THIS

your personnelman! Your UCMJ TIME EN ?- OR AM I WRUNG gl G

That information could preventan AGAIN ? MOUTH
undesired cross-country or By were first enacted by the Con
overseas transfer that could cost Lt. Col. Stanley F. Kay&, USAF tinental Congress during the AGAIN ?
you a bundle, or separate you TRUE OR FALSE Revolution, namely, on June SO, o 0r
from your bride. 1775. These were taken largely
1. The Articles of War (now
from the British Articles which
Codeof
known as the Uniform
Military Justice) predate the had their inception in antiquityand .
Help yourself keep your !
also modeled after the Massachusetts
detailer informed about yourselfand United States Constitution. Articles of April,
2. Article 15, UCMJ was for-
your family. 1775. The Massachusetts Articles
merly known as Article of War
100. of April, 1775 were the
S. Article 134, UCMJ, was formerly first American Code of Military
CHRISTIAN known as Article of War Laws.
96. 2. False. Article 15, UCMJ, IX1 ; *} ka
$CHOOLT ACHE RS! refuse
4. A Serviceman can was formerly known as Articleof
Article 15 punishment and also War 104.
trial bjr summary court-martial.
Dedicated
born-age S. True. 7r
teachers needed Answers
to 1. True. The Articles of War 4. True. I Iv:3 \
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1552. VI\I.. NK 3-. -.MilttSoV\/ 011295 I ballot may be mailed free of indicated that 26 per cent
'r.fNANIN p.0. "Bpx 417 (ORANGE,' PARK postage in the United States of eligible servicemen voted in
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The 26th Amendment to the Constitution did away with the saying.
Primary Elections DatesGiveyourfamiy "Old enough to fight, but not old enough to vote!"

As responsible citizens, servicemen and service women aged 18 to

21, as well as their civilian: counterparts, can now vote for the candidate
of their choice in state and national elections.The .

STATE DATE FOR REGISTRATION SERVICE PERSONNEL REQUIREMENT TO REQUEST AN ABSENTEE DEADLINE BY WHICH effect of younger voters was felt In last November's elections

MAIL BALLOT, SEND A VOTED BALLOT MUST when two 19-year-olds were elected mayor, an 18-year-old was
COMPLETED FPCATOI: REACH ELECTION selected to a school board and others under 21 were elected to city

ARIZONA I. .1Z Sept Registration may be requested OFFICIALS council seats. Also, new voters played a significant role in a numberof I
County Recorder
when voter county 6 p.m. lZ Sept.
applies for absenof residence. other elections involving older candidates.
; tee ballot by sending
fPCA to County Recorder completed If you are one of the many who plan to vote for the first time this

.. I county of residence "Affida year and are not fully aware of what important issues your vote will
j vit of Reahtration" form must effect, read on:
j I be completed See NOTE
(6 Sept 1972) Law and Order-Uprise in crime, threat to civil liberties (freedom

I COLORADO 12 Sept Registered when FPCA for of the press, wire-tapping, riot control), organization of the Supreme
County Clerk
absentee ballot il accepted. residence (Denver, county County of 5 p.m. 12 Sept. Court

I I See NOTE ((11 AU2- 1972) residents send tOI Elec. Pollution-Environmental control and population problems.
tion Commission, Denver
.
i, CO 80202)). Foreign Policy-Armament race, test-ban treaties, war in South-
DELAWARE 9 Sept Request registration east Asia US troops in Europe US commitments to NATO and
when Department of Elections lZ Noon, 8
Sept SEATO reversion to all-volunteer
applying for absentee ballot. ounty of residence' an military.
State registration affidavit These are just a few of the major issues in the up-coming election.
will be mailed with
absentee
baUot. You owe it to yourself and to your country to register to vote, and

to cast your ballot. See your unit voting officer for more detailed '
rrs(
FLORIDA 12 Sept Registered when State reail' Supervisor of Elections, 7 p.... 12 Sept. information.
tratlon form is accepted county of residence.
FPCA should be lent to Supervisor .
of Elections, county of SEE THE NEW
residence after 28 July.
See NOTE (I3 AUf 1972)
ROLLING HILLS G76 TODAYI
MASSACHUSETTS 19 Sept Temporarily registered when City or Town Clerk' place Before polls
FPCA for absentee ballot 11 of residence. close 19 Sept.
accepted. FPCA should be lub..itted <:
to City or Town Clerk.
; place of reddence. A separate .. .
FPCA 11 required for a .
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.M ballot for the general election .
(unless voter has epr.anent '

!.. .! registration).

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MINNESOTA 12 Sept Registered when FPCA for County Auditor county Before polls >rlli .
absentee ballot 11 accepted of residence. close 1 Sept..
Primary election registration
entitles registrant to receive
a general election ballot .
without further application.

NEVADA'S Sept Must register before absentee Board of Registrars or Before polls
ballot can be sent. Completed County Clerk, county of close S Sept.
FPCA should be sent to Beard residence. FPCA request-
of Registrars or County Clerk ing ballot must reach s 77Z6LENOXAVE.
of residence. Execute officials before p.m.
'Affidavit of Regiltration." 29 Au,. PHONE 781-1740
See NOTE (6 Aug 1972. Additional .
FPCA is required to
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NORTH DAKOTA S Sept Registration is waived for County Auditor, county Before polls
Service members \their spouses of residence, after 6 Au,". close S ..Sept.and K DR II I. 'NA'

dependents. y

NEW HAMPSHIRE 12 Sept Registered when FPCA for Secretary of State State Before polls
"Armed Services Ballot" is of New Hampshire. Concord close lZ Sept. fAM. RM.
accepted by local Board of NH 03301. c. u ,
asc
Supervisors of the Checklist.

RHODE ISLAND lZ Sept Registration 11 waived for Apply for "War Ballot" 9 p.m. 1Z Sept. MODEL C-14 _
Service members and their to local Board of Can' I Y OR aRYou'll '
and dependents when vassers and Registration,
GARAGE
spouses love the gracious front
residing with them out of place of residence, before
State. S p... !L&, porch, spacious' entrance foyer
of 12 Sept. and the huge family room In this
when executed County Clerk county
UTAH 12 Sept Registered
certificate on absentee balresidence, before 7 Sept. model. The dining area and
lot envelope II accepted by living room overlook the patio '
election officials. and the rear garden through $25.500 to

VERMONT 12 Sept Registered when completed Town Clerk, place of Before close 12 polls Sept., sliding glass doors. Two car
FPCA for "Absent Voter Ballot" residence. $32 000
too! ,
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I i. accepted by election offi- ,garage.
execution of -
cials. Requires .
affidavit on ballot return ,
envelope along with two Oaths. ..

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Convert open areas .into extra OLDS F85, Power&Air. Cond.44VALIANT,2Dr.,6cyl.Aut. $390 '
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awnings, carports, skirtings, MUSTANG, 6cyl., AT RJH ; $590
railings and columns. Let us 44 VW Fastback, Sun roof R&H $690

help you make your mobile, home! 47 VW Sedan, R&H '1" '$740 roll hills
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ip WASHINGTON. 19 Sept Temporarily registered when Secretary of State, State 29 Sept (Ballot INM-# w
, executed affidavit on ballot of Washington, Olympia, must be voted byf"
return envelope i> accepted WA 9SS01 (after 1 July) 19 Sept. 3..
f" by election officials. Only I
one' FPCA is required to effect
and ballots for
A primary and general election

A d< WISCONSIN 12 Sept (TWO CATEGORIES OF VOTERS) : :
,I Registration is waived for all City Town, or Village Before polls 1
t Service members and for those Clerk, place of residence close 12 Sept. ,
1 spouses and dependents resid (to City Board of ,
s ing with or accompanying them Election Commissioners, ,
outside continental limits of if resident of Milwaukee)

the.U.S.: ....................... .......................... ................
Spouses and dependents of Request "Application for Before polls
Service members within U.S. Absent Voter's Ballot" close 12 Sept. b
continental limits request from City, Town, or Village
I individual "Affidavit of Clerk, place of
Registration" form from City, residence (City Board
I Town, or Village Clerk, place of Election Commissioners
of residence (from Board of if resident of Milwaukee).
I Election Commissioners, if

Registration resident of Milwaukee must be completed ). FAMILY CEREMONY 7 AE1 O.W. Rodgers of VP-45, accompaniedby

I before 30 Aug. (before his wife and children, cuts his retirement cake after completing 20
23 Aug. in Milwaukee County). years of service.Find .

: HAWAII 7 Oct Registered when FPCA is County Clerk, county of Closing hour of
accepted by election officials. residence (City Clerk business. 6 Oct.
One completed FPCA will enable if resident of Honolulu) The DangersIn
the voter to receive both after 8 Aug.
primary and general election

ballots.NOTE: Unregistered Service *Be sure you mail FPCA to This Kitchen
members must be registered election officials so that
by (Date) ballot can be sent and Y

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a.- year.there kill or disable more than 4 million Americans a


The major domestic dangers that take 27,000 lives each
year are listed by the National Safety Council under falls
fires, poison, firearms, sharp objects and electricity.How .

? do each of these effect you?
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-S-- > FALLS: Two-thirds of all falls occur at floor level.

r. $0 ...F- &\-.ER. They can be caused by an object 'on' the floor, spilled
liquid, a turned up rug edge, or unnoticed pets.

The steps in the trailers are quite hazardous. Many
times they are unnoticed by visitors and misjudged by

the occupants, causing falls which cause leg injuries. The

Josef & Charles stairs in family housing can also be hazardous, especiallyfor
small children or adults if small children leave toyson

Announces the stairs.Bathrooms.

need non-skid rugs on the floor and a rubber
mat in the tub. Night lights are recommended in

the bathrooms, hallways and bedrooms.

DRY CLEANING FIRES: Among the many ways fires start is by care
less smoking habits. A forgotten cigarette la dangerous -
and remember to keep matches and lighters away
by EVANSTo from children. Keep flamable liquids, such as the gasoline

for the lawn mower,. stored in safety cans away
from heat. Put oily rags in tightly covered metal cans
or hang them in the open.
Serve The Cecil Field Area
With summer coming up soon remember to be careful


7851 NORMANDY BLVD. (Next to Happy Hour) PHONE 781.2992 with the charcoal grills. Never use gasoline 'to start-
your charcoal.

A blown fuse is a warning that something is wrong.

No matter whether it, is a short or an overloaded circuit
both are fire hazards. Find the cause and correctit
71 FIAT 150UN. ft COUGAR 71 VW CAMPER
IIMr __ .. >._ IT.1..,.f,II'.'1.,..,.. p" ....CMffeMr HitwH before replacing the fuse or resetting the circuit
.*...- PD.I.Hk) tint n"ri $01QC ..p'd".*..I"II.MImitt. breaker.
H..b..e..._.. 1795. KM*!"....-'"".:-.- I3J rtMlj iMfcn ... .3595 .'
IMfJ w" "' ANSWERS :
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77- .. r r
t9 FIAT ESO 9 VW WAGON 1. Household cleansers under sink within'rea :,, I r
,., .. .... .. h of little
It' "I. UN 1
71 MAVERICK M| $|Ofl C HHMm UN. I
I.,1.;.,,<,iki itiik.MN.. .... ,..,...."- ItUO "..... *4fcU3DCIVWFASTBACK children.
:;Ml"(I.!.'IoJt.'h''* |4 1030 OQC 2. Electric outlet overloaded. I

t I.?..71.!..VW..UN,WAGON,."..a $07QC .MilH....It.1IItntr tilM,....ltl|* .1295 3. Mother testing mix with finger while mixer is working. ,
.kit*.IM.*.(.____ OJ 71 SUPER BEETLES 4. Toaster cord dangling over side of counter, within '
"TORINO
I,.1..aN..I1..1.... Iwlw,w.,AM. M 0s I.. reach of small child.
,.., VWKOMBI b.kta, IHk.IINId...
'U.PS.PS.SIN., IIM.... S1XQC .. ... I./l..rtk/ ... ,. 5. Mother's dress has wide, floppy sleeves which
be
rd..L..r'IH ''', i H a a MN ww. 'tI h ui a./l t 1. $2095 can
tll 2595 ',.",........"It"_ dangerous at stove. '
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71 SUPER BEETLE 6. Mother's high heels hazard
70 OPEL CT 71 VW a during housework.
SQUAREBACK 1,1. ". ,,, ,k.,11..U,
Ittrf ,..,.. UN,It. .,..., ... .,. 7. Water floor
71 PINTO UM.n.UN.I. .in tiles M..I1..ryN.wb on can cause someone to
.., .. 2195 slip.
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N.t./n' 01.,1..11..1. 11 1 '"'' b1 i"ku.k fi rt 1 4 n n r
I U..Ld.D,IIN,i 11.. .........L", ....1--!!!! 2295 M1..w' 1330 8. Wheeled toy on floor near doorway can cause fall.
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opener into doorway.

II I ONLY 61972 TOM BUSHVOLKSWAGEN 10. Pot handles should be turned toward back of stove
I FACTORY EXECUTIVE beyond reach of child. .

\I SUPER BEETLESliat4nr.AMFM.itc. 11. Back burner'lighted without pot on it.

) 12. Tea kettle spout should be turned toward back of
PRICED TO SELL stove.

9 0 ATLANTIC BLVD. 725-0911 13. within Mother reach has of left child.bottles of medication on counter

H U. SclllOfI, k'tl'J> and long fork are wlthiFReJ1p'
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CLASSIFIED
'PublisherJAX' ADVERTISING

AIR NEWS :: -- M vie ScheduleMBIH1BHIMMIM

NAS Jacksonville i CALL: 388-2755
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Ads Should be .
LATWINGER E TueSday for publication mailed to the arrive not later than I ::11'I.W:. :: .MM: .. .IfW; '.MM' .BL .
fOllowing
i Ads Thursday
arriving
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE too late for this deadline
:: Publisher published, the fOllowing week unless will the be Thursday,July%0 NEWPORT" Color' Rock

: money order j Is Instructed for ottlerwlse. A Check or NAS: "IT WON'T RUB OFF, Musical, Starring Bob Dylan and

i received WITJi the the full cost of the ad must be BABY" Black and White Drama, Joan Baez. "PG" (96 min.)
4747 San Juan Avenue copy for the ad.
I Starring Don Murray and Robert' HOSPITAL: "IT WON'T RUB

Jacksonville I Florida : RATE Per : minimum Chug,((3 lines) 12.00 Hook. .'PG." (93 min.) OFF, BABY"
additional
line(4 words per line) ..50r HOSPITAL: 'THE GREAT SaturdayJuly 22

BRITISH TRAIN ROBBERY" NAS: "POCKET MONEY"

._ _.._ Black and White Drama Color Western
.. .......................- .... .. ... -'- --- ..' #--- .r II .... r ,....}l Starring Paul
CASH Starring Claus Peter Witt, "G" Newsman and Lee Marvin. "PG"U04

r.jt gTlii !;lii.,1,] We buy,sell and trade equities 2 BR., Apfs ORANGE furn.PARK ( min.) ((102 min.)

: 7"36 S Louise T. Bailey Dswasher, Drapes, or Carpets unfurn.,, Friday" ,July 21 HOSPITAL: "FESTIVAL AT
Broker
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JOBSIJOBSIJOBSI I Elizabeth Apts. 771.1405 or 7713355. NAS: "FESTIVAL AT NEWPORT"

Shorthand Secretary, Dictaphone t NORMANDY ACRES .
WILMAR -
Operators, Typists Clerks,, 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Air APARTMENTS _
Road Conditioned
2 bedroom,
Keypunchers. frontage, 1/4 to 10 acre tracts. Land is room, Kitchen Living
Brfst nook,
HIGH PAY NO FEE parking
the best
Investment for the future space for 2 cars, water
Call Norrell Temporary Other sewage, Drug Help
396.5371PARTTIME tracts available over Southwest garbage, lawn service, Furnished .
.. Jacksonville. $120, Unfurnished $100 plus 4 per.
Wynne Realty of Florida cent sales tax. 387.2541 weekends, 3890744 .
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BOOKKEEPER 3B S514 .
Female, Cedar Hills area, permanent 3898507I Dial
resident. Some experience necessary.Call ORANGE PARK 2900
771.3427. HIDDEN WATERS 3BR, Unf.,stove, large yard, $130 mo. .
Black
Creek, Canal .
or Lake lots 264 5065 or 3896188.
available. Excellent fishing, boating,
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED swimming Mobile Home area. High, FURN.APT.LAKE5HORESmallclean
Call 1388-2755 wooded lots. E.Z terms One mile E. Util. furn., Lg. yard, No _R_
Lake Asbury on No. 209, laRue. 725. children or pets.Couples pref.S55. 389.


[MISCELLANEOUSARECOROEDMESSAGEBYA!: II 3992. 4275 FURN. MOBILE HOME Cut moving costsM

Call WE us for BUY quick a SELL service.EQUITIES 2BR, 10x60, 1 acre lot. Orange Park. one-way or localIn
Couple or 1 child. No Inside pets. $100.
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. mo. 264-6835 evenings.2BR < Ryder One-Way rental truckRYDER
LEADINOANNOUNCER 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. \
Tells you how you may become a 771.3052 737.3164 CINT
DISC JOCKEYCall TRAILERAC :
Large pvt fenced lot, water furn. -
HS-J944 hourVAAPPROVED .
any No pets.Couple only.$90.mo. 772.9839.
NEW HOMES
For Veterans and serviceman 3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built.In.Range, ONE WAY AND LOCAL

Cetn. Heat, Prices from $19,900. I 114'tttllll! I

GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. 0361.Terms. Edw. 0. Lyon, Broker. 389. NATIONWIDE TRAILERS

1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded.
Pick up & Delivery Available. SHORT OF CASH? & DRAW-TITE HITCHES

Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. WATERFRONT RENTING
Use our Rental Purchase Planto
Mastercharge & BankAmericard Exclusive area, Orange Park. 38R, '

accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 2b., approximately 3,000 sq. ft. FR Price get Into'a Mobile home Home of your Center own. ItgIBlM: ::: ,......RENTALS; ,...............

Edgewood Crt. 3890064. with corner fireplace and built.In 10407 Atlantic Blvd. ....N........... .) ;........:.- ... .. .. .. AMM
bookcase. Custom draperies and
Jax 721.2444
Wallto. Wall carpets 512 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 7724477
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO through out Gazebo with outdoor
Consoles, some with AM.FM, tape entertainment facilities, dock with 45 FRONTIER10x55
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate water and electricity. Electronic 3BR, l'/jb., new 30x30 concrete
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771 0409. garage door opener. Built.In custom. block garage & Ig. wooden lot. [VAwwTTPTii A\f
nnrHwir iini ,
color Kitchen appliances. Central heat Located in Switzerland area. 20 min.
and air. $65,000 with $15,800 mortgage from NAS, will finance 268-6869. C
LIVE CRABS balance and payments of only $126.00mo.
Wllford's Fish Camp Phone for appointment. 264.2682. 68 RITZ CRAFT
21.4.9707STEREO 12x60, Low equity. Call 7220510 or VOLKSWAGENS INa _
WOODED LOT Cecil ext. 408.
Suitable for mobile home or house,
COMPONENTTAKE size varies to suit needs. Located In 59 PARAMOUNT
UP PAYMENTS Switzerland 20 min. from NAS. Will 1Ox5O, 2BR, In exec.cond., Plus many 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781.5511
Brand new, never used, left In lay.a- develop and finance. 268-6869. extras. Call 7811174.
way. Professional turntable, plays all OPEN DAILYSTO:30-SATURDAYTOS
size records, head phone ,.ck. WATERFRONTOrange 70 COACHMAN SUNDAY 1 TO 4PM

Balance$64.or$9.per month.Call 39$. Park 8'x36', Furn., AC, Tip out rm., Take THREE.70 KARMAN GHIAS.
1683, ask for layaway department 3BR, 2ttB, approximately 3,000 sq. ft. over pmts. $75.10 mo. C.U. financing.
FR with corner fireplace and built.In 771-2353, Crouse. 7040 103rd St. Lot 9. New paint, R&H.7lVW4Dr.SedanACATR&H. $1895 to $2095
bookcase. Custom draperies and wall. $2895
LAWNMOWING& to-wall carpets throughout. Gazebo JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
Hart EDGINGcall with outdoor entertainment facilities, 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern .70 VW SQUARE BACK. AT, R&H $2495

771-3211 Ext. 8340 dock with water and electricity., trailers and apts. 3893007. 71 VW FASTBACK. R&H $1795
Electronic garage door opener. Built. .
in custom color kitchen appliances. 69 VW SQUAREBACK. R&H $1995

KRBYVACUUM CLEANER Central heat and air. $65,000, can be 1 TRANSPORTATIONFOR \'ii TWO-69 VW FASTBACKS.

original cost over $200. Looks & runs refinanced $13,000 down, $350. mo. .
like brand new. Cash balance$89.95 or (conventional mortgage). Phone for One wjth AC, AT, R&H $1895 and $1995

S7.50 mo. Rayflelds 4437 Wilson Blvd. appointment, 264 2682 RENT 70 VW SEDAN.ACR&H,4new
7728936. Open Road motor home, compl. self
LAKELOCKLOOSALot contalned.sleeps 7, Rental 3 days, white-wall tires. $1895

Mac ALPINE with mobile home, Patio, Well $100. First 350 miles free. Phone GCS, FOUR-69 VW SEDANS.
Mitchell. 771.2497. 284.3988,
Local house& dock. R. E.
moving & storage specialist. New paint, R&H. $1495 to $1595
Licensed and Insured. 355.6357 or 354. 64 VALIENT ST.WGN. -
1022, Nights 771.8949. ORANGE PARK 4 dr., Auto trans., Radio and heater, TWO-68VWSEDANS. R&H, $1350and $1395
Contemp. 3BR, 2B, Music wall, 15x50 .
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Good hunting or fishing car. $300. 282$306
SEWING MACHINE patio. High 30's. 264 9638. 66 VW SEDAN. R&H $795

1972 DlalAMatic sewing machine, 69 CHEVELLE STATION WAGON.AT .

never layaway been and used, was Mother's Day Attach. gar.JBR, MASONARY Ig. corner lot, Nicely 61 AT PLYMOUTH, PB, PS, SATELLITEAC R&H, Bucket & R&H. S! $1595

$.c8. balance due.never picked up. Only landscaped, Conv. to NAS Jax 8. Cecil Console. V.8, $825. 7fU092 aft. 5.
Purchaser left
area
and we are unable to locate. Machine Field. $10,900. 7247776.
may be 48 DODGE DART A SUMMER STEAL !
purchased
for $48. cash
$9.
or
Per month BRICK JBR V.8, PS,AT,Vinyl top
for part will take older machine 1V bath, AC unit, Fenced $15,500. 355-8694 AUSTIN HEALEY CONVERTIBLENew
Payment. Full home trial, no
& oven.
Obligations Calf 3981683 ask for Carport & Built-In range paint Radio and Heater
jayaway department. Van Sandt, Realtor 387.H13, HARLEY DAVIDSON CHOPPER ,
$1400. Nice
LIVING ROOM SUITE OWNER SAYS SELL 724-6035 was $1395 Now$1295
SOfa, with built.In range & oven.
Chair, 3 tables, lamps. $100. Call 3BR home .
7/1.9109. Den, well landscaped. Nothing down. 68 FORD LTD

$16,750. VA. Immed possession AC, AT, PB, PS Broughn Interior,
2 ton FOR SALE Louise T. Bailey Good mech. cond., $1250 Bailey.772- Nice Selection of other Model VW's
.AC' 3 carets ceiling fan, 3 771.3605

COM.breakfast 388"96.stools. All In very good Broker 2126. .100 % GUARANTEE!


1111 It !RENTALSBEINGTRANSFERREDT i illi J J!I J Low equity, Take 71 CAPRI over pmts.weekends.43FIAT&65CORVAIR Call 246124i We gave them the VW 16,point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
all day
) KEAt ESTATE I aft. 6 and we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
major mechanical parts.for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
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Sharpless, Shady
$50. for h. Wm. double check.
PRESCOTT,ARIZONA Grove ,'.*'$. Apt G2. Orange Park, ,"
Offers best Let a retired Navy man who un.
climate In the state. Fla. ENGINETRANMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
Historic old ranch developed Into 2. derstands YOUR problems managethe ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEMk
acre nomesltes near Prescott rental of your house until you 14' FIBREGLASS BOAT

National Forest. Two acreas: $19995 return to Jax.8artleson 50HP Evlnrude mo., Controls,
Top
low terms. For full details write Mrs. ,O'Neill & Payne, Inc. elec I start Gator. trailer., $785.. 264-
A.L. Edgewood Ave. -- -- -"*> < **
Young 1147 So. '
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AE1 ARNOLD G. HOWELL, ADJC Ronald W.Christopher shipped over for two years at VP.49 with
4 Senior Enlisted Representativein Cdr.R.A.Hall the squadron's skipper,administering the oath.
BONUS BABY.AT2 J.M. Kennedy of VP-45 raises his hand for five VP-49's Minority Counseling ,
more years and gets ready to take home$10,000 for his efforts as Cdr. Program, shipped over for four
P.E. Herring, VP-45's CO reads the oath. years.rw'Specia .
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A First-Hand Look.Nature's
Answers to

r the most frequentlasked '.. IJ.;;
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At "
MiracleBY
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LT. G. K. IVERSENjax

An informal three -' B" E 'j
day visit to Greenwood
Canadian Forces Base, Nova Scotia Canada _!Ii;, r.-: .. _
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climaxed in an extraordinary manner on Tuesday was What is a "good trip" A "ba
10, when several personnel from Patrol %l July trip"
Squadron FortyFi In the parlance of the LS.
e traveled by car from Greenwood to Antigonish ., Y Jt user, the "good trip" consistof
on tea pleasant imagery and emt
the Northeast coast of Nova
Scotia
to view and tional feelings. The "bad trip;
photograph a total eclipse of the sun. f r or "bummer" is the opposit
.
I Perceived images are terrify
Taking part in the trip were: degree sunshine of the Nova r ing and the emotional state
LCdr. J. Means, LCdr. F. Scotian one of dread and horror.
A. summer.But this was not 1 1
Brindle, Lt. (jg) Al Gabriele, Lt to last for long. .a: i. What are some of the harmfi
(jg)Mike McClanahan and Lt. G. At 37 minutes and 40 seconds t :' i ;. effects of LSD
K. Iversen. past ItII// During the LSD state, tl
,
5:00: Atlantic
Standard
Time, the northeast ________________ loss of control can cause pan.
coastline of
reactions or feelings of gram
The eclipse began at 2:29 EDT Nova Scotia plunged into the total A HELPING HAND LCdr. William R. Topping, Jr., NATTC's eur. Both have led to injury c
when the moon's shadow touched darkness of the total eclipse. The special Projects Officer is promoted to his present rank as his death when the panic or th

Earth offshore from Sakhalin temperature dropped 15 degrees, daughter,Cheryl,and wife, Saundra,tack on his new shoulder boards. paranoid The prolonged was acted reactions upon. cot
Island (USSR). At this point it there was a strange stillness and silt of anxiety and depressh
was Tuesday morning, July 11, eerieness and the onlookers found states, or psychotic breaks wit
and the sun rose half eclipsed at themselves engulfed in one of the reality which may last from "....
3:29: a.m. (local standard time). rare phenomena of a lifetime. few days to years. T"
The silhouette of the moon was FREEDOM HAS A PRICE What is a "flashback"

The shadow, traveling at over ringed by the pearly white light of A "flashback" is a recurrent(
2000 miles per hour, followed the the sun's corona and several rt r era 6 f VOTE of some of the features of tl .
4/N/NG LSD state days or months afU
ArcticCircle to reach Baker Lake, large solar prominences could be the last dose. It can be invoke
Northwest Territory around noon seen streaming out thousands of by physical or psychologicstress ..
local time. The shadow then miles into space from the upper b'F or by medications me
raced onward over Prince Ed- left limb of the sun's disk. huana.as antihistamines, or by ir \r

ward Island, Nova Scotia and Cameras clicked away in the still Those individuals who t"I'i .
Sable Island before the eclipse darkness and many exclamations used LSD infrequently ra -c
ended in the Atlantic Ocean at could be heard from nearby report flashbacks; intensive! u<
5:04: EDT. groups of observers. All too Howa Fn&fani F seems to produce them \\. ;
yowi C% frequently. Often a flash! "-
quickly, (only two minutes and occurring without appat "r,
The skies over Nova Scotia nine seconds) the sky began to "Freedom Has A Price," [is the;theme, of the 1972 Freedom's cause can induce anxiety,:.
began to darken as the pinpoint brighten in the northwest and the Foundation Valley Forge Patriots Award letter writing contest for depression and has been km.-*
moment of first of the military members. The letters be in form and to culminate in suicide.
totality the shadow edge sun's surface may essay or poetry Can LSD damage chromosonn"
110 miles in diameter raced could be seen shining from should be limited to between 100 and 609 words. A number of reputable sc
toward Nova Scotia from the behind the moon, again causingthe Military contestants are also encouraged to enter the other entists have reported chn''ri<
northwest. The roads leading striking "diamond ring" categories of the contest that include, editorials, cartoons, essays, somal fragmentation in rot s
public addresses, and tion with LSD exposure in 11,
into the total effect. sermons.
eclipse path were
test tube in animals, and! i
lined with and All entries should be sent by November 1 to Freedoms Foundation, man. A similar number of "
campers cars < numerous people (both sight- As the moon continued to travelin Valley Forge, Pa., 19481. Entries must include the author's name, ally capable scientists have i t .e
seers and professional scientists front of the sun during the rank, social security number, branch of 'service, complete unit and unable to confirm these findm
who ) partial phases of the eclipse, time home state addresses and zip codes. The question whether LSD Ii
were busily setting up their lapse motion picture Winner of the best letter will earn $1,000. There will also be self can induce congenital al
cameras and other normalities remains unresoUei
while equipment, photography was used to con 50 awards of $100 and 50 more totaling $50 each. George Washington Further work is continuingwill
enjoying the warm 85 dense the last hour of the eclipse Honor Medals and Honor certificates will also be awarded. clarify this question..
into a little under three minutes

time. The wind picked up again,

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ways for their trips home. The :1 ...BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND IN ".'
eclipse of 1972 had been a THEoft"

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I It's That Time Again >> .'" Credit


This is the season when Amer sags and wrinkles the akin.

icans use much of the $50 mil More serious: skin cancer- Problems
lion worth of suntan aids and disfiguring,if not fatal-Is found

sunburn lotions purchased every increasingly among chronic sunbathers If you're one of those persons
; year, according to the National as well as farmers and who suffers from a chronic case

I Geographic Society. others who must work in strong of the "flrat-of-the-monthtlues,"
It is also when many learn sunlight. ,. you're the one we're hoping to

: the hard way that the promise Competitive sunbathers ritualistically ,, ,,. a reach, This article may help
\ of the suntan lotion label may and liberally smear on make monthly bill paying easier.

"\ blossom at the beach or in the tanning butters, oils, ointments, Y What do you know about the
backyard as a bumper crop of .
and often home-concocted goos Truth in Lending Act (Public
blisters.
which frequently make the ap Law 90-321)) ? It's not as formidable -
\ Nobody knows how many plicant suspect she is stewing in as it sounds and it was
acres of skin peel off, or how her -
many billion freckles flourish own juices.Determined written to protect you In some
'1
every year in the present-day city sunbathersmay money deals. It may be too late
fascination of sunworshiping.But appear to be offering them I 1 to solve your immediate financial -

many redheads and doctors selves as human sacrifices, surrounded a ", g S predicament, but these few
wish for the return of the Vic by shiny reflectors intended .. facts may save you in future
torian Age when ,fair skin was to make up for the 20 loan and credit transactions.
SAILOR OF THE
QUARTER VP-54 It
-A02 Thomas M. Peterson of
the fashion. per cent of solar tanning value | The of The Truth in
,congratulated by Cdr. H. P. Fillingame, VP-S6 CO, for being name purpose
filtered out
The good feeling and relaxation by smog. Lending Act is to protect thee
the squadron's Sailor of the Quarter. A02 Peterson works In thsquadron's *
that come from soaking up Suntan pills may make the Ordnance citizen who borrows money or
the sun seems to be about the skin momentarily more sensitive Shop.'Leaving buys on credit. It does not regulate

only real value of a suntan. As to the ultraviolet tanning or, in any other way, con
t one doctor put it: "What's good rays of the sun. And doctors trol the amounts of interest that
V' about getting a tan is more in caution that sunbathers taking can be charged for either bor
the mind than the hide. tranquilizers and some other I Jet Plane ? I rowing cash or buying on credit.
Sunshine does help clear up medications may burn more easily on a It does, however, require that
some skin problems and it pro than they would otherwise. sellers and lenders give credit
duces Vitamin D in the skin. Swallowing' tanning tablets Time was when the major to define dysrhythmia and no users information that will allow
But doctors no longer look on containing skin stains won't pro malaise of the traveler was exact answers or miracle them to compare prices on
sunbathing as a near cure-all. tect against sunburn. But some dyspepsia or dysentery; to cures have been discovered.It credit just as they compare
The American Medical Association lotions will, screening out the day these maladies must takean (is known, though, that prices on the merchandise.
that overcooked ultraviolet radiation. economy back seat to an ,I human reaction to crossing
warns
blondes in bikinis tomorrow One screening containsthe other "dys" disorder, dys- time zones at jet speed is as The term "full disclosure" is
may pay spray
rhythmia. often used in referring to the
for old-fashioned individual as a set of fingerprints -
today's suntan. Pro secret Ingredient
Although it sounds like Your reaction dependsnot information the law requires the
a
longed doctors
overexposure, say once applied by rubbingthe
seller lender to before
give
or
gradually and permanently skin with walnut leaves. more alarming affliction, only on age and temper- you
dysrhythmia is simply the ment and metabolism, but on you buy on credit. The
mental and physical distress how you help or hinder your facts must include: finance

that can occur when your body's ability to adjust. charge; date this charge begins;
., I annual rate at which
( ? 4-hour metabolic clock is percentage
thrown off balance by travel- Since members of the mili the finance charge !is made; the
tary are among the world'smost number amounts and due datesof
ling across times zones at ,
HE SAYS NESS AFRAID jet speed. frequent travelers, it's all payments;, the total

HE'LL FRECKLE AND'BESIDES For if likely that you will someday amount to be paid for the mer
example, you travel of
"come down" with a case
HE'S A LITTLE SNY from New York to Londonby dysrhythmia. Here are a few borrowed.chandise or The repaid lender for must money also
jet it takes six hours, but
by Najeeb E. Halaby,
tips
the clock in London is five tell you the penalty that will be
President of Pan American
hours charged if 'you default on payments
ahead of the clock in avoid
how to
Airways, on
are delinquent, or delay
New York. When landin (
f you some of the discomfortTake payment; the penalty for payingthe
local
London at 6
a.m.
off ahead of the
principal
time, it's 1 a.m. New York ,north-south flights
contract schedule, and exactly
F
time; Since your 24-hour whenever possible. Evidence
r what security againstthe
.. ,, metabolic clock is adjusted to indicates that these flights do pledged
cash.
borrowed
credit the
r Y New York time, your body is not present a problem be or
t tired and in need of rest. cause, although there is a The annual percentage rate

I? But your mind acknowledges change in climate, you remain method of stating finance
/ London time, and it's telling essentially in the same charges makes it easier for bor

you it's time for breakfast. time zone. You would, how rowers to understand exactly
This schism between body ever, be the'victim{ of a severe how much they pay to use some
u s w and mind is commonly knownas case of dysrhythmia if one else's money. It is a standard

jet lag; but the medical you flew from Chicago to way of stating this addi
word for this disruption of Canberra, Australia, as this tional expense so that all sellers
.-' ?, normal eating and sleeping flight not only turns summer and lenders must use the
patterns is dysrhythmia. into winter, but noon into same language to express this

Experts are only beginning important factor in.credit. You,

the consumer can then realistically
midnight.JANGD compare the various credit
costs stated to you and thus
shop around for the cheapest
credit available.
,.
InterviewsJax The requirement that any security
pledged against an Installment -

1 The Junior Army- purchase or loan be
TIRESmSPORTS specified assures that the user
V Navy Guild Organization of the credit knows exactly

( .. (JANGO) is now holding what. can be taken back, if he

interviews for their new defaults 'on payments.
For more details about the
I. ''N ., t & class that will' begin on Truth in Lending Law-and always

I t DEER SPRINGS July 22 before signing a contractfor

,ESTATES J r daughters of credit-see. your legal assistance
IMPORTS officer. He can provideyou
..AT Officer and EnlistedKEYSTONE with specific answers to

HEIGHTS personnel are asked to your questions, as well as give
520X10 .....512.95 MOBILE HOMESITES contact the Nursing Office you more general informationor
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.z 7: 550X12 .....$13.95 tell where
CLYDE'W.SIM you on your installation
SON A COREALTOR at Ext. 2225 or Mrs. Jack-
x 600X12 ......$14.95 ( you can get more information
356.6849 I l man; at, 26fj2947 : jfor an than I can be included
520X13 ... :513.95560X13 ,I .
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House of Quality Foods CedarHlllsShopplnptenter
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FAMILY
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 17


I TrrTliis Easy, Tour Through Catfish Country 1


Take the family on this exciting

close-to-home auto tour.Here's tions 92m. ARCADIA. Year'round livestock auc- 162m. MOORE HAVEN, on the southwestern the fiercest engagements in the Seminole
are held
In this on Wednesday afternoons shore of Lake Okeechobee. The canal Wars. The battle was joined on Christmas 'I'
an easy 347-mile auto tour the western-style cattle town. This is here is a link with the cross-state canal Day, 1837, when Colonel Zachary Taylor
through catfish and hush-puppy countryto Rodeo site of the AII''-Florida Championship which extends from Stuart on the east led a force of a thousand men throughthe .j

cattle ranges and 'gator swamps. We the in July. Go east on Route 70 across coast, through Lake Okeechobee and swamps to attack less than half that

have based our mileage on a starting great Florida prairies. to U.S. 27, on along the Caloosahatchee River to the number of Indians under the redoubtable :

point at Tampa, but you may begin any. which you head south to. Gulf. This is a "Catfish and Hushpuppy"town Billy Bowlegs. The Indians retreated after I,

where. (thousands of pounds of lake cat. three hours of hand-to-hand fighting, inflicting ,
144m.
PALM DALE. Just below the village fish are shipped from here annually). It's great losses on the American
START on John F. Kennedy Blvd. (Route you cross FISHEATING CREEK, frequently time to climb out and try "all you can forces. Take Route 70 west to the junction .j i:
60)), and head east to Bartow, then southon mentioned in the histories of the Semin'ole eat" for $1.50 at the Everglades Restau of U.S. 27. Nearby is the city of Lake : -

U.S. 17 along the Peace River, where Wars.This creek was the favorite haunt rant. Retrace your way to the junctionof Placid and its TOWER OF PEACE. Now turn .,,1
phosphate was discovered in 1884 of "Alligator" Ferguson, who is said to north to U.S. 27A. This will take you to... '}:
have killed Route 78 and drive north and north-
more 'gators i
than any man east the lake. is
61m. BOWLING GREEN was settled in the of his time. The CYPRESS KNEE MUSEUM here along LAKE OKEECHOBEE 255m. SEBRING. This is the site of the '
the third freshwater lake
1880's by farmers from Bowling Green, is well worth a visit. There are also many largest lying famous annual International Grand Prix t:
within the United States and
wholly
covers
Kentucky. Drive south to. unexplored Indian mounds in this region. Sports Car Endurance Race, held each i
700 miles. This is alive
Continue on U.S. 27 to. square region year in mid-March. Just 6 miles west of : :
with a wide variety of aquatic birds. Note
67m. WAUCHULA, which bears the Indian Sebring off U.S. 27 is, HIGHLANDS HAM- > ,
particularly the cattle egrets which seem
name for sandhill crane. The town MOCK STATE PARK, 3,800 acres of subtropical '
grew
to be everywhere on the prairie.They havea
around plants, shrubs, and trees, where
up an early military outpost, Fort
with cattle
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signed by treaty to the Seminoles in turn north for. "'I
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SOFTBALL struckout 6 batters. The leading softball team will journey to
Fastpitch: VA-45, behind hitters for VA-12 were their Mayport on Thursday 20 July for
venerable old Don Meyers Commanding Officer, CDR Less a doubleheader with the Mayport
humbled Medical 18- 3. Every Ward and Ford with 3 bingles. nine. The first game will start at
member of the VA-45 squad hit Chavis, Stromquist and Hudman 1900.
safely in the game. Terry contributed 2 hits in the rout. Mayport will repay the visit on
Pangburn, although not aroundfor In the nightcap, the Flying Wednesday 26 July with the 1st
the final out, took the loss. Ubangis overcame a 7 run AIMD game also starting at 1900..
VA-12 split four games last lead to nip the maintenance men The Raiders will be departing Y
week, and saw themselves 12 -11 in 9 innings. for Memphis in about two weeksto
tumble to 2nd place in the Stromquist was the victim of defend their 6th Naval Distrit

standings. several errors and his own title. SWIMMING
George Loy combined pinpoint wildness in the early going; Personnel interested in
control with the lusty hitting and however,Dale Howard weakened
in Senior
enrolling a lifesaving
airtight fielding of his teammatesto after 5 innings and the race,was class may sign up now at the Mrs. Prim Wright (Left) gives a check to Mrs. Arnold (Right) for
down VA-12, 9.1 1. who the Library and checks out a book at the same time.
station gym. Personnel signup
Admin's Bathurst an on.Stromquist had homer and 2
Ray gave a
for this rigorous
indication of things to come when singles, Ford, Mansell and Fuller should start getting in program shape 0' Wives Helping Hand

t he led off the game with a shot 2 hits apiece and Tyler a long immediately, The' two
.' over Cozy Corner's (south field) homerun to pace the VA-12 hit- enrollment requirements are: ;Mrs.' F.. (Primm) Wright, donated over $2,000 to various
short fence on Stromquist's 2nd ting attack. Johnson and Rogers ((1)I) Over 15 years of age and (2) outgoing president of the Cecil organizations and charities including -
pitch of the game. had two hits and Harless a homerfor the ability to swin 440 yards in 15 Field Officers' Wives Club, the Chapel Nursery,
AIMD put it all together in an AIMD minutes. Graduates will receive presented a check for$500 to Mrs. Hope Haven Home, Rescue
upset win over VA-12, 7.3. The Slowpitch: The Marines brokea their Red Cross Senior Lifesaving Arnold, Station Librarian, to be Mission, Suicide Prevention
victory enabled Admin to take 0.0 tie with 2 runs in the 4th certificates and patches. used for children's book. The
over sole possession of 1st place in inning, and went on to nip VC-2,5 RAIDER RAMBLINGS: Officers' Wives Club has been Center, Townsend Prep School

the 2nd half standings.Dale 3.Rosepelier While playing rightfield for very active' this year and has and many others.
Howard was the pitchingand had a triple and
Medical,Dave Malone pulled of a
star for AIMD as Donaldson 2 and
hitting single; singles
rare (for an outfielder)
snuffed out several in the nine hit
he Brown a triple unassisted double play. With a SMILEuniin I
VA-12 uprisings and chipped in Marine attack. Metcalf had 2 hits
runner on 2nd, Dave made a fine
with three hits. for the "Dragonflyers".
shoetop catch of a low sinking
VA-12,15 Medical 0. In the first Simmons was the winning pit line drive,and continued runningto A smile costs nothing,but gives stolen, for it is something that is
game of a twin bill, Wilfred cher. 2nd where he bet the returning much. It enriches those who no value to anyone until it is given
Stromquist issued 2 hits and! Jim Lee's Cecil Field Raider too tiredto
runner. .Bill Stromquist pulledthe receive without making poorer away. Some people are
unexpected .he stole 2nd those who give. It takes but a give a smile. Give them one of
base. The theft puts Bill even moment, but the memory of it yours, as no one needs a smile so
We're both with Mike Ciopryna for the year. sometimes lasts forever. No one much as he who has none to give.
Contrary to popular belief, the is so rich or mighty that he can
fences at Cozy Corners do meet get along without it, and no one is
; here for the ASA specifications, since they so poor but that he can be made 'T ora Tora bra '
easure in excess of 200 feet down rich by it. A smile creates ,
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both lines and in centerfield. happiness in the home, fosters
f same thing Much of the propaganda con- good will in business, and is the Top Movie Draw"Tora
cerning the field's dimensions countersign of friendship. It
have come from shellshocked brings rest to the weary, cheer to Tora, Tora," was the
The good life. pitchers who have watched in the discouraged, sunshine to the top movie attraction at military
We know that lending you money and dismay as some of their better sad,and is nature's best antidotefor motion picture theaters during:
t offering banking services like checking accounts pitches have cleared the trouble. Yes, it cannot be fiscal year 1971, drawing 339-
h. and savings accounts isn't enough. It 500 viewers.
"barriers". bought, begged, borrowed, or
takes more to keep people happy nowadays. "Airport" drew 296,400 for
That's why we're more than just another second place, followed by "Easy
bank. We're a friend. A friend you can always Rider" with 268,500.

depend on, no matter what your money ii nn Total attendance at military

problems may be.There's MILITARY-AUTOMOBILE theaters during the year was
more than one reason why we'rethe 68,693,100. Overseas theater patronage -
best of all possible banks. And they're all topped stateside facili-
here waiting to serve you. ties by nearly four mi1Jion-
The good life? Come see us we'll workit 36,278,900 to 32,414,200.

out together. MILITARY CIVILIANLOW Rounding out the top ten are:

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I Fliers Drop Three To PatrickJax I

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-The JaxNavy Fliers lost Patrick scored the first run of three runners. Steve Young
three out of four games last the game in the second inning. added an insurance run in the
/ 1 weekend to the Patrick Air Force The Fliers came back to take the sixth when he singled home Tom
l 1 1 i Base team in dropping their lead in their half of the inning Carithers, who had reached base
record to 17 wins and 19 losses. with two runs. Bob Dombroski with a single.
In the first game on Friday singled home Steve Young, who The Fliers failed to manage a
night the Fliers went nine Innings had tripled,and scored on a bases split with Patrick when they
before dropping an 8-5 decision loaded walk to Dave Dufner for came up with only two singles
with seven errors playing an the only two runs of the game for and committed four errors In
"- important part in the loss. the Fliers as they fell by a score losing 6-0 in the last game of the
'\ The Fliers jumped out to a of 3-2. series. The Fliers never
quick 2-0 lead in the first inning In the first game of Saturday's managed to get a man past first
t when Tom Carithers singled with doubleheader the Fliers finally until the seventh inning when
two outs and came home on Ed put everything together to Steve Young reached second and
McBride's triple. McBride salvage the only win of the series was forced out at third for the
followed Carithers home when final out of the game.
HIGH SERIES BOWLER! Gunnery Sergeant Harvey L. Semler, the Patrick shortstop committedan 42.Patrick had a 2-0 lead going This weekend the Fliers will
Operations Chief for MARTD, proudly displays the trophy he earned error on Bob Dombroski's into the fourth inning when Tom play a four game series with
as High Series Bowler In the American League Conference of the groundball. Tenhagen came up with the bases MacDill Air Force Base. Game
station's recent Intramural season. GySgt. Semler won the trophy Patrick came back with two loaded in the bottom of the fourth time at Mackroth Field will be 7
with a 647 series with handicap. runs in the third to tie it up, but and won his own game with a p.m. and 9 p.m. on Friday and 1
the Fliers regained the lead in the double that brought home all p.m. and 3 p.m. on Saturday.
fifth when Ed _. ...
Jax Club Dominates McBride hit his a r- sr-
second triple of the game and
scored on Steve Young's double.
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Local Judo Patrick tied it up again in the
TourneyJax sixth inning and took the lead
with two more runs in their half
The NAS Jax Judo Club Timothy Goldsberry, Sidney of.- the -seventh- \\nn\r\a\ -
entered 25 contestants at the local Alvite, Michael Anderson and Finding themselves down 5-3,
Judo Tourney held at the Orange Robert Smalling. the Fliers rose to the occassion t
Park High School last week and The NAS Jax Judo Club will be with two runs of their own in the
19 of them brought home hosting a tournament on August bottom of the seventh to take the
trophies. 12. Clubs from eight states and game into extra innings. The f
Those who brought home first the Bahamas will be invited. Fliers tied it up as a result of i r r E
place trophies were Robert Spectators are welcome to attend back-to-back walks to Ed Mc- _
Singleton in the seven year-old the tournament free of charge. Bride and Bob Dombroski, a
light division, Daryl Matthews in passed ball and a two run single
the eight year-old heavy division, IntramuralSailing by Steve Young.
,
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Rudolph Singleton, Jr. in the nine Neither team could manage .'. .... .'
year-old light division, Edward any kind of threat in the eighth, : ;: a ;1 : ., e
West in the 16-year-old heavy but Patrick came up with three '- .. w
division and Rudolph Singleton, StandingsRACES runs in the ninth with the aid of ;','...... ',..
ST. in the Open division. three hits and two errors. The

Bringing home second place Fliers failed to come from behind SHOULD HAVE SLID-Gil Montemayor, the Jax catcher, tags outa
trophies were Mark Howard in POINTS this time as they went down one- Patrick player who came In standing. Jax won the game 4-2 for their
the eight year-old heavy division, VP-16 11 47%' two-three in the bottom of the only win of the series.
Rhonda Delonge in the Ladies VP-56 11 42% ninth.
division,David. Posner in the nine MATSG 10 40y4 The Fliers also dropped the
year-old heavy division, NATTC 10 35% second half of Friday's :JJI: .
Cameron Matthews in the 14 HOSPITAL 11 31 doubleheader when a wild pitch '
year-old light division, Michael VW-4 8 28V4 allowed what proved to be the MOBILE HOMES

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Softball Playoffs Intramural

1 JAX SPORT BRIEFS

Now In ProgressJax Softball

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StandingsI
-The NAS Jax Intramural NarJax with a 21.1 record,
Woodpeckers Support Local Softball Playoffs got underway Hospital with a 20-2 record, '
Little League this week with four teams from FICEUR with a 18-3 record and FINAL STANDINGS, ,,
the American League and four the Marine Barracks with a 14.7 AMERICAN LEAGUE;\><
Jax Five Woodpeckers from VP-49 have recently from the National League vying record. ':'"$t:r-WJf. L
been working with the Dixie Youth League in the local for the station title. '' ''1
In Monday night's opening VW-4 iijj .3
area, coaching separate baseball teams of boys ranging The American League con- round, the National League VP-49 418j il.$, 4
in age from six to twelve years old. The league has three tenders in the playoffs are VW4 dominated play as three of the VP-56 "?16x.v;; 5
divisions; T-League ((6-8 years); Minor League ((8-10 who finished at the top with a 19-3 four'teams from the league came FAETU' ",16 N, ; 5
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years); and the Major League ((10-12 years). record ,VP-49 with a 18-4 record, out with victories. Leading the VP-16 i.f'I;:;' 8
ADJl "Wheels" Wheeler coached a T-League team, VP-56 with a 16-5 record and assualt on the American Leaguewas SUPPLY ,. 11J: ; 9
FAETU with a 16-5.record. NarJax as they defeated VP- NDRC 1010
while AWl Gerald Warren, coaching the Minor League 56 9-6; FICEUR downed VP-49 by GEMS ," 8 14
'Royals', placed third in his division.Awe John Evans In the National League it is the same 9-6 score and Hospital MEDICAL 6 16

coached the Major League 'Braves', while AMSI edged FAETU 2-1. The only AIR OPS ,3",19.
Richard Wells and his 'Yankees' and ADR1 Gerald .N American League team to WEAPONS 3 19

Kelley with his 'Cubs' were able to reach the Major salvage a victory in the first

i League Playoffs. The winning 'Cubs' with coach Kelly aVY.Marinei with round a was 14-6 VW-4 victory, who came over out the FINAL STANDINGS,

"' will attend the District Playoffs July 31 in Starke, Fla. Marine Barracks. NATIONAL LEAGUE

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"., Patti! Milewski Qualifies Today's schedule for the W L
w L playoffs finds only one game on NARJAX 21" 1
In Junior Olympics MAGNIFICENT-7 20 8 the slate at 5 p.m. on Mackroth HOSPITAL 202
THE BOWLING TEAM 18&9V4 Field. Friday's schedule also FICEUR .;'18 3
Jax The Navy Jax Swim Teams' Patti Milewski .
IT'S ON ORDER to be playedat MARINE BKS 14 7
17 11 shows only one game "
third medal in the 100 meter 13-14
to
swam a place year- THE DRUNKS 16 12 5 p.m.on Mackroth. The finals AIMD 12 10
old breast stroke event at the Junior Olympics Long KINGSLEY MOTORS 14 14 will be played on Monday at 7 VP-45 10 12
Course meet held last weekend at the Gainesville SEMPER PHI 14 14 p.m. on Mackroth Field. If ADMIN 9 13
Recreation Westside Park. The win will enable Patti to THE SLEEPERS 13 15 another game becomes NARJAX No.2 8 14
THE GREEN MACHINE 11 17 it will be played on FAW-11 8 14
compete in the State Swim-off on July 23 at St. Peter- necessary

sburg. The 13 year-old speedster also placed fifth in the THE MURRAY'S DING-A-LINGS FOR LUNCH 7 9&18V4 21 Tuesday Field. at 7 p.m. on Mackroth AFEES MATSG 2.6., 20 16

100 meter free and 200 meter I.M.

Also making a good showing were Robin O'Leary who

took fourth. place in the 13-14 year-old girls 200 meter

back and Judi Melewski who placed as first alternate in

the 15-17 year-old girls 100 meter back event.

Nine-year-old Mike Scott also came in as a first

alternate in the 10-and-under boys 200 meter I.M. t:' :,,:; '4 If a Fumilyace
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