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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: August 10, 1972
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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New Rating PossibilityThe
possibility of a new rating in Career Counseling and Recruitingwill ,VOL. 30 NO 21 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station Jacksonville AUGUST 10. 1972'

be explored by the Navy's Rating Review Board beginning today. .- ,
Recent emphasis on recruiting and retention may make the jI I j
establishment of such a rating desirable.A .
BUPERS workshop attended by recruiters and career counselorshas .
just completed a preliminary and its report will serve as the basis "
for the Review Board's deliberations
The new Career Counselor-Recruiter rating would be open to E-6 .I
through E-9 pay grades. Duty assignments would alternate from i'I
recruiting ashore to career counseling afloat.
Designees would be required to have a thorough knowledge of Navy
training, recruiting and retention policies and programs.The .
Review Board will reach a decision after a full-scale study of
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fleet needs, attitudes and training costs. The Navy's Rating Policy (
f Board would then prepare a recommendation for CHNAVPERS, CNO
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Only final approval by SECNAV V makes a new rating effective.USS .

Independence Being Modified ,
USS Independence (CVA-62) is now at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard
being modified to become the Navy's second CV. m'i ,.
A CV can operate and maintain, fighter, attack, and anti-submarine
aircraft combining,with some reduction in each area, the tactical and r r
anti-submarine capabilities of a CVA and a CVS.
USS Saratoga (CV-60)) officially became the Navy's first CV July 1.
Fellowship Program Applications
Applications for the FY 73 Secretary of the Navy and Chief of Naval
Operations Fellowship Program are now being accepted by the Chiefof
Naval Personnel.All .
commissioned officers with six to eleven years of active com- SAILORS HELPERS LCdr. Robert J. Fitzsimmons, Special Services Officer, commends SM2
missioned service are eligible; applications will be accepted through Doyle M. Helms'and MM1 Michael J. Hubbert for helping two civilian boaters who ran into engine
October 1. trouble on the St. Johns as Bud Lucas, director of the marina looks on.
The selection of the two Fellows will be based on background,

education, and professional performance.The .
Two Jax RecognizedFor
Fellowship Program was established last year to give young Navymen
officers a chance to take part in top-level decision making'and policy

formulation. Boaters In TroubleJax
LCdr. Bernard McMahon the' present SECNAV Fellow, was a Aiding
Project Officer for the recently signed Incidents At Sea Agreementwith
the Soviet Union. Two NAS Jax Navymen, both assigned to Special Services, have been
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',>, ':""I f 1 Fourth of July weekend.
I> (' ; {, ,,:', Waldense D. Malouf, a where, with the, help of MM1 want you to know how well these
t. < :i> .' ,' -ll' Clearwater attorney, was Michael J. Hubbert, they con- two men responded and how
'.,t"'' ',.. traveling from Palatka to tinued repairing the engine. helpful they were to us in turning
t ; '"( ::' ') ; what could have been a disappointment
Jacksonville with his wife when By noon, the temperature was
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After the bridgeat Hubbert off at noon
""" '. reaching new was duty ,
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.;, ,. '' ..,,.1" W"Itf ,;' Doctors Inlet just before dark, ,but he took the couple to Palatkato memorable occasion.
,to.tt: : \ ;;;;. < ,,,',','',''.', ,,''I;.<.,,'''',,'" 'tl-tI{, well to
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t/' "" '-f'': Sighting what appeared to be behind the Sail Club Quonset hut. Football

':"'# tr.: ,i: docking facilities on the shore, Repaired and reloaded the
1'1' "\':,' 4- p. the pair headed as best they could boat went back into the water
:'}U I for what they later discoveredwas about 5 p.m. and the couple Tickets

iv ., ..<,", ; the NAS Jax Sail Club. continued on their way.It .
.> After reaching shore, they wasn't Mr. Malouf's first
fft: were welcomed by SM2 Doyle M. time at NAS Jax however. He On SaleJax
, ; Helms who helped them moor had been at the Aviation

their boat and start repairing the Machinists Mate here until the Fifteen hundred half-
,1% <, attack on Pearl Harbor. ,*
engine. ; t ? .price tickets for the 'football
't\ The following morning the In a letter to Capt. Sizejnore, ..":game between the University of
If couple returned to the Sail Club ,Mr. Malouf said' "My w ap._ _!a. Florida Gators and the North

,.',.' _.rr- "Carolina Tar Heels to be played
tin the Gator Bowl December 9.f.g' ,
CITED 'BY CINCLANTFLT-LCdr. M.E. Clark (Right) is tiA Fe .'s'i ; .are** sale at Special
congratulated by Cdr. VJ. Schuppert, VW-4 CO, for receiving a letterof ice her/e/ *.and at Cecil Field
commendation from CINCLANTFLT for his performance as Aircraft j"
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Commander while testing the squadron's new WP-3A Orion in 100 I ,
J pe ?: The tickets regularly sell for $7but
knot-plus Hurricane Edith; : are being offered to ser- ,<

i .vicemen for J3v50. The seats are j
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d W + in;.the east stands. near the goal VW-4 Flight Crew Cited J1nI :.-. .1
it The offer ends Aug. 18.

" Jax A VW-4 "Hurricane Hunter" flight crew has 's;Active duty and retired }

received letters of commendation for their performancein 1 awn military are,eligible' to buy the ;:
i tickets and there is no limit to the
tests'of the squadron's new WP-3A Orion''air ,inHurricane number that iua 1e purchased. ;."5,

Edith last September.LCdr. Buyers need n&ty ar. uniforms to "'
M.E. Clark, the Aircraft Commander, was .r use the tickets. ;

commended by CINCLANTFLT for his performance in Peter Kirill, current vice t'

directing the crew in flying data collection patterns a; Ta ( i.. president of the Navy League, is
: heading the ticket drive for the ]
through the 100 knot-plus storm. a j } Gator-Tar Heel game.t 1
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The tickets have been' made
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of commendation to each of the crew members:
available as part of a program by 4
LCdr. F. S.: Bartolett, III, LCdr. A. J. Schloesser, Lt. D. the.Executive Committee of the

T. Crompton, ADCS K.W. 'Bendy AGC R.C, Marquez, \ Sports Activity Committee of the

ATI J.O. McCarley, AEl W.I. Reynolds, AT2 D.M. ... Jacksonville Chamlfeg of Commerce 1

Torrance, and AE3 R.C. Gray TICKET BONANZA -,HM2 John McElroy signs an order for four 50- which is tryjjjfc.to bring
The letters were presented by Cdr. V.J. Schuppert, yard line tickets to the Florida-North: Carolina Football game while bigger and better amateur attractions I|
to
Jacksonville.
HM1 Art Guntner explains the ticket drive to SN "Sunshine" Brady.
VW-4 skipper.

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.(':I-' "Published by the Holt Publishing Company which Is In no way connected with the Department of the Navy.Opinions contained here are not.official expressions '1
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Southern Style Greens, Salad Bar, Bread, Parmesan Cheese, Broccoli '* '* *
I Raspberry Jello, Orange Pudding. Spears, Salad Bar, Raisin Nut Cake, Ethyl alcohol is the attire Ingredient .
i meme ., Sunday,Aug.13 Lime Jello. in alcoholic beverages.

Eggs BREAKFAST to Order,:Grilled Hot Oatmeal Hot Cakes, Fried w- BREAKFAST Wednesday: Hot,Aug.Oatmeal U Fried It lower l r. lighter than water and hasa

Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Eggs to Order, boiling point than water.
Minced Beef on Toast,
Friday,Aug. 11 Natural Gravy, Franconla Potatoes, Ham,Cottage Fried Pottatoes, Chilled Hashed Bown Potatoes, Choice of Ethyl alcohol CHOH, is color.
BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Hot Spiced Beets, Buttered June Peas, Tomato Juice, Pastry Bar. Luncheon Meat or Pork Slices, Chilled less but it has a distinctive odor.
Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto Salad Bar, Strawberry Short Cake, BRUNCH: at 10 a. m. Cream of Pineapple Juice, Pastry Bar.
Order, Grilled French Toast w- Chocolate Pudding. Potato Soup, Grilled Hamburgers, DINNER Vegetable Soup, Pan
Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or Saturday,Aug.! French Fried Potatoes, Baked Pork &; Roast of Pork Loin, Brown Gravy,
Bacon, Home Fried Potatoes, BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Beans, Salad Bar, Cherry Pie, Oat Snowflaked Potatoes, Hawaiian Sweet
Creamed Dried Beef, Chilled Apple Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto Meal Cookies. Potatoes, Applesauce Seasoned Wax
Juice, Pastry Bar. Order, Scrambled Eggs Cheese, SUPPER Roast Fresh Ham, Brown Beans, Buttered Corn on the Cob,
DINNER Oyster Stew, Deep Fat Choice of Luncheon Meat or Pork Gravy, Whipped Potatoes Applesauce Salad Bar, Pumpkin Pie Iced Fruit rn
Fried Fish or Baked Meat Loaf, Sausage, Baked Pork& Beans, Pastry Boiled Navy Beans, But. Bars.
Tartar Sauce, Brown Gravy, Baked \, Bar.BRUXCH.;/ tered Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on ww
Macaroni Cheese and Tomato, .,, : at 10 a.m. Tomato Raisin Nut Cake, Vanilla Pudding. .Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor
Boiled Beans,. Buttered Brussel Vegetable Soup, Hot Roast Pork Monday,Aug. 14 Frankfurters, French Fried
Sprouts, Salad Bar, Assorted Tarts, Sandwiches,'' French Fried Potatoes, BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Fried Potatoes, Dessert Bar. NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Brown Sugar Cockles. Brown Gravy,' Chilled Apple Sauce, Eggs to Order, French Toast Maple SUPPER: Beef Sukiyaki) or Fried
SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salad or Salad Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Iced Fruit Syrup, Choice of Pork Sausage or Liver ft. Onions, Steamed Rice, Brown
Grilled Hamburgers, Frankfurters, Bars. Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork & Beans, Gravy, Pickled Beets, Buttered
French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, SUPPER Barbecued Chicken, Chilled Orange Juice, Pastry Bar. June Peas Salad Bar.RaspberryJello, Sunday
Dessert Bar.SUPPERI Barbecue Sauce, Mashed Potatoes, DINNER Navy Bean Soup, YankeePot .Orange Pudding. Church School (tall ages)
i Ginger Pot Roast of Be.,f, Cranberry Sauce, .,. Seasoned. Carrots, Roast of. Beef, Natural Gravy, 9 a.m. at Chapel Annex.
-ro Grilled Potato .
Patties Buttered Divine Worship 10:30: a m.
I I Cream : ,Thursday,Aug.17 at All Saints'
Spinach Style Corn, Salad Chapel.
Bar, Strawberry. Cream Pie, BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Youth Worship (Jr.; and
JAX AIR NEWS Brownies. Chilled Grapefruit Juice, Fried Eggs Sr. High) 10.30 '.m. at
SANDWICH LINE: Chili Dogs or to Order, Grilled Pineapple Hot Cakes Chapel Annex. Junior and
Grilled Ham & Cheese, French Fried Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or Senior Youth Fellowship
The JAX AIR NEWS it a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Potatoes, Dessert Bar. Bacon, Baked Pork & Beans, Pastry 1:30: pm. at Bldg. 722.
SUPPER Baked Veal, Loaf, Tomato Bar. Evening Worship 1:30:
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air. Station, Gravy, Buttered Egg Noodles, DINNER Tomato Rice Soup, Cold p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a ;Seasoned Greens, Boiled Pinto'Beans, Platter of Sliced Ham, Bologna,
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Corn Bread Muffins, Salad Bar1, Jelly. Salami, Roast Beef, Turkey, Cheddar Tuesday
must forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box i, NAS Rolls, Strawberry Jello. Cheese,. ,Cold : Potato Salad, Cold Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Jacksonville, by II.00 noon on Monday before publication. News Tuesday,Aug.15 Baked Beans, Chilled Tomatoes, p Christian.m. at Science Bldg. 150 and
Service
BREAKFAST: Cooked Farina, 8
Salad Bar Baked Apples, Peanut
'" Items ,are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to Butter Cookies.SANDWICH p.m. at the Small Chapel

3119. Order, Home Fried Potatoes, Soft- LINE Submarine NAVAL HOSPITAL
Hard Cooked Eggs,Choice of Bacon or Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers, Divine Worship 10 a m. at
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Ham, Creamed' Dried Beef, Pastry Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes, St. Lukes..
available for purchase use patronage without regard to race Bar. Potato Chips, Dessert Bar. NATTCProtestant .
DINNER: Cream of Tomato Soup, SUPPER Grilled Choice Steak,
creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user,. or ,
Southern Fried Chicken, Snowflaked French Fried Potatoes Club Spinach, Worship
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Potatoes, Hot Biscuits Honey, Brown Gravy, Buttered Mixed Service, 10:30: a.m. In
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print Cranberry Sauce, Gravy, Seasoned Vegetables, Salad Bar, Tomato Spice Building 500.
advertising from that source" Green Beans, Salad Bar, Cherry Pie; Cake, Chocolate Pudding.
Oat Meal Cookies. CATHOLIC

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries &SANDWICH Tomato Sandwich LINE Cheese or Grilled Lettuce Saturday Mass 5'p.m. at

concerning such should be directed to Hamburgers, Frankfurters, French Alcohol by olume differs with St.Sunday Edward's Mass 8'a.m Chapel.. and 11
THE Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Dessert the product. Beer contains be. a.m. Dally Mass.Monday,
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Bar, Raisin Nut Cake, tween 4 and 8 percent alcohol. Tuesday, Thursday and
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Wine varies between 9.16 per Frlday.ll:30 a.m. Wed.
SANDWICH LINE Cheese, Lettuce nesday Mass 11:30: a.m at
Telephone 388-2755 & Tomato Sandwich or Grilled cent but fortified wine can contain the Naval Hospital Chapel.
up to 20 per cent or more
Hamburgers, Frankfurters, French
Saturday Confessions 4:15:
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I Jax Civilian MenuMonday ti : tP Merit

, '. PromotionsJax

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Aug. 14 Wednesday,Aug. 18 positions have been
Bean Soup, Barbecue Pork on advertised under the
Chicken Soup, BoUed Corn Buns, Country Steaks with
Jax Merit
Beef with Cabbage, Fried Yellow Rice,Turkey Cutlets,7 oz. i rn Promotion
Chicken Liver with Onions, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Program since our
Chopped Sirloin, Fish. French Fried Potatoes, 1 last issue:

French Fried Potatoes, Crane Operator
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and t, ,
Mashed Potatoes Rice and ,
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Gravy, String Beans, Blackeyes, "" fir WG-5725-11 (80-72);
Gravy, Peas Buttered '
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Squash
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Baked Egg Plant.Combination : 8-16-
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Northern Beans.

Combination Salad, Tossed Salad, Tossed t .L rl 72Fuels '

Salad, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Salad, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello ) d f{ Operations
Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage l .;t \i'>. 'w' : General Foreman,
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Cheese, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, .\1 .t' ,f < ,-\ WS-54278-11 ((81-72));
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Plates, Potato Salad, Cucumber Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Plates, ;T 2 'b .<.. j' 1 Closing Date: 8-22-72

Mix. Potato Salad, Waldorf Salad. LOTS OF GOLD Capt. W. J. Vaught (Far Right), CommanderFleet Employees are
Assorted Puddings, Apple Pie, Egg Custard Pie, Apple Pie, Air Wing 11, congratulates four FAW-11 officers on their recent
Chocolate Cream Pie, Fruit Pie, Fruit Pie, Banana Cake, promotions. L-Rt LCdr. W.J.Zuberbuhler, Cdr. t L L Maloy, LCdr. L. urged to look for the

Layer Cake. Assorted Pudding. E. Brugh, Capt. J. G. Gahafer and Capt. Vaught. Also promoted, but Merit Promotion

now shown, was LCdr. H. H. Griffing. Announcements on
Tuesday,Aug.15 Thursday,Aug.17 the official bulletin

Minestrone Soup, Roast Beef with Vegetable Slaw, Meat Soup Loaf, Fish with Creole Cakes VA Outlines boards in their work

with New. Potatoes, Veal Cutlets Sauce, Chicken Pan Pie, 7 oz. areas at least once a

with Parmesan Cheese, Chopped Sirloin, Baked Franks week.r .
Macaroni and Meat Sauce, 7 oz. with Beans.

Chopped Sirloin, Fish. French Fried Potatoes, ReliefThe
French Fried Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Disaster

Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Okra and Tomatoes,
Gravy, Green Lima Beans, Corn Turnip Greens, Pinto,Beans.
Veterans Administrationhas stroyed by tropical storm "Ag
Combination Salad, Tossed
Combination Salad, Tossed
outlined disaster relief nes" or other disasters should
Salad, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Salad, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, measures for veterans whose contact their nearest VA office
Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage homes were damaged or de for assistance.
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, stroyed Tiy tropical storm "Ag-

Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Plates, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Plates, nes." : .:
Potato Salad, Carrot and Raisin. Potato Salad, Beet and Onion. Administrator of Veterans *tWdmwmffli; ; : : lmi111W; fi_

Apple Pie, Pineapple Cream Strawberry Short Cake, Affairs Donald E. Johnson noted "

Pie, Devil Food Cake, Fruit Pie, Coconut Cream Pie, Apple Pie, that VA closely cooperates with .. ...
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can to help Johnson assured ::; ;:;
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In his latest Operational message, Admiral Zumwalt em- Veterans or survivors whose ..i si..j 6425 NORWOOD AVE PHONE 744-2419 ;;t

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Atlantic and Pacific Fleets since March 30,1972.He .
states that his concerns include easing the burdens of our forces
and making a Naval career more attractive. He notes that the con

tinued necessity of our forces strains the efforts but, as objectives are ti,

realized,action will be taken relieve the heavy schedules.To *w, a '
boost morale for the present, Admiral Zumwalt states, "An Oy
immediate goal of each commanding officer and of each supportingstaff lroA .
must be to minimize individual hardships resulting from the

increased tempo. ,N,1E1HE
"Pass the word as soon as possible. Look for ways to bring families S 1'
together. Process emergency requests expeditiously and with com 11N 10'Jt
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trr 174 was awarded the Navy
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In ceremonies recently held ,. ACI MX. ANDERSON ship over for FOUR years and has ten
I aboard the USS Intrepid ATI vears. behind him.

1 ,I Rufus ELLIOT reenlisted for SIX (.'. I!
I years. AMH1 D.L. HONGHAM
Ir AZ1 Gary D. ZINN of VA-12 reenlisted for THREE years and y Ii
reenlisted for THREE more after this reenlistment will have H
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AZ1 Rudolph SAUTER of VA 12,
reenlisted for TWO more years in
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Jax Last week's Jax Air News carried a warning 4 4 ;,' <' McCOYinventorThere

saying, in part, "it is only a matter of time before M''If" ,t \.' f Elijah
must be a dozen
, someone is maimed or killed as a result of their own :.".' f stories about the origin of

}\ carelessness" at Casa Linda Lake. .... Qf '. ... the expression, "The Real

i As we all know, the"matter of time" was shorter than 'r. f' McCoy", but one of the

t z anyone expectedabout four hours after the Jax Air -' ,.v.J'I best named concerns Elijah a McCoy.Black man He

1 News hit the streets. : ,: lived a story-book life. His
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We're not,trying to say "We told you so." 'f/II ',, slave parents escaped to
a gyp" : .. s Canada where he was
We're not
to
going say that the problem is over now .F born.
that the gator is either.
gone
He lived for a time in
This same type of problem will continue, to exist as Scotland and returned to

long as human beings ignore safety warnings and take America, to Detroit,wherehe
the "it couldn't worked as fireman on a
happen to me because I'm too crafty"outlook. v.
railroad as an oiler. In
WELL DONE. CHIEF-Adm. Charles K. Duncan, Commander in those days, machinery had
I' Safety warnings are for YOUR protection, whether Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, Congratulates ATCM Albert T. Johnson to be shut down very often
they're spoken, painted on walls attached to after awarding him the Meritorious Service Medal upon the com- and hand oiled. McCoy
pletion of his tour as Master Chief Petty Officer of the Atlantic Fleet. simply invented the lubricating
machinery, or on signs beside the road as you go home Chief Johnson,who had held the position since its creation In 1969,was cup, a device that

I' tonight.If relieved by MMCM Gerald P. Gray (Background). solved that problem.He .
a person is maimed or killed because he ignored a then went on to patent

i safety warning, it's not an ACCIDENT. It's simply REFERRAL Counseling tions more than fifty Inven-
dealing with lubri-
losing a stupid and needless challenge.Isn't -
Jax Professional counselors cation devices, many of
it about time we all started showing how SMART from the Atlantic Fleet East registering, the counselor will which are still In common

we are-before someone has to tell our wife or parents Coast REFERRAL Office will be give guidance as to what in- usage on railroads and
formation whould be availablefor
how DEAD ? here August 14 and 15 to give steamships all over the
we are
to officers and the actual registration, which world. In his day, no respectable
presentations takes about one hour. piece of ma-
House Passes Bill To. enlisted personnel within two Personnel desiring to par- chinery was complete
of retirement.The .
years without the
ticipate should call the TransitionSite McCoy lubri-
program will be in the cating and the
cup
Office 772-3272 3273. owner
Help POW Families Transition Site Classroom, S.W. or would brag, "It's the real
Corner of Hangar 116 at 1 p.m.on McCoy."

;_, Jax-The House of Representatives has passed three August 14 and at 8:15: a.m.August
:
bills to help the families of POWs and MI AS. 15.
Registration on August 15 will
HR 14909 would continue incentive Also passed by the House was S be held at 9:30: a.m. QUESTIONS I
pay to prisoners or 2945, which puts sons of missingmen The REFERRAL Program was
missing during their period of or prisoners into a special established by the Department of ABOUTLOANS?
hospitalization and rehabilitationafter category for appointment to each Defense to help retiring ser
returning home. service academy. vicemen find employment after
Rep.James A..Byrne (D., Pa.) They would be eligible for the ending their military careers. WE'LL ANSWER THEM.Np
told the House that the bill is, special appointments now givento During the presentation, the .
"designed to assure that the up to 40( sons of men who have REFERRAL counselor will
income of POW families is not been killed or totally disabled explain, the. program and give ( names, |\\lo sales pitches*)

reduced after the POW returns if while on active duty, but the suggestions and guidance,to aid
he requires hospitalization or number of these appointmentsfor in the job search process. Before,you borrow, there may be questions weighing on
rehabilitation." the combined groups would be Personnel must be within six your mind-about payments rates, -anything For quick,
He pointed out that the average raised to 65 by the bill. months of retirement for actual courteous answers, call us today; We won't ask. your. nameor
length of captivity or missing of All of the bills must receive registration with the computer.For talk shop unless you want us to. ..
the 1757 Americans in those Senate approval before becoming those interested in Dial FinanceWe

'l categories is more than five law. \ \ don't want you to like us just for our money.
years, with some having O OL 40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 .
disappeared eight and nine years 5256 Beach Blvd. 396.2895

ago.HR 4721 San Juan Ave. 384.2314
14915, also passed by the
1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764- 583
House without dissent, would JA KONV ttiMpT ifcAUTIFUU MO-HO'*
authorize an extra move of *Mrni htd with iititttrbt Her furniture Loans to $600
dependents and their household Your inost complete 1
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goods while the husbnad is

,captured or missing.
Byrne said family cir- Sstro homes iVAiAN LOWEST
cumstances change over a periodof
years,and some families makea
the )< 3 Miles Souh o* t 2 5PQI
"during
wrong move un-
traumatic ; ; Bo* *M ORANGE PARKa
derstandably period
immediately following the PRICES
notification of the missing status. '
Those families owning trailers very special living environmentwoodlake I
would be granted a move entirelyat

government expense, 1
} regardless of the current jtSSS
limitations on trailer allowances
'I I for service families. ,
i Byrne said the average Luxury 1,2 and Bedroom Apartments fcv&yfc '&k& $'v&

I{ military family moving a traileror 3 Bedroom Townhouses m23Ea>L Special

mobile home pays $243 in ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPING
addition to what the governmentpays .;i'li.; a CARPETING DRAPERIES, "
*S< f: S DISHWASHER DISPOSAL
the firm that the Financing
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I i 1I I VP-62 Holds CruiseJax TRAFFIC \


Jax VP-62 Wing (B) is using that the task that lay ahead wouldbe VIOLATIONSJax
: its two weeks of annual active a difficult one.
I duty to acquaint its personnel Three commands here are

with the P-3A patrol aircraft. working together to accomplishthis -The following is a reportof
The officers and men of Wing task by supplying instructors motor vehicle accidents and
{ (B) are originally from NAS spaces, and training traffic violations for the period of
Atlanta where the squadron uses devices.
July 24-30.
.. the SP-2H patrol aircraft. Cdr. D.L. Davis, officer-in- Number of Accidents
With the transfer of VR-54 from charge of VP- 2, said, "I am well
x This week 10
here to NAS Atlanta, Wing (B) pleased with the cooperation we
This week
a
transferred here to its sister are getting and all that we are year ago 9
Total accidents this
.< squadron which uses the P-3A. accomplishing. The men are year 238
accidents
Total through this
{ Wing (B) personnel are at doing an outstanding job."
: tending many classes for this When the cruise ends period last year 191
( transition and, when the cruise tomorrow, Wing (B) pilots are I Total number of days since last
j began July 29, Cdr. Kenneth scheduled to have logged 380 T injury in a motor vehicle accident

t' Myatt, VP-62's CO, commented hours of flight time. 19
Number of days since an injury
tt ,1Y rt last year at this time 37

NARU RETIREMENT-Capt. Wilson WcCulley (Right), NARU Number of Violations
r: Executive Officer, listens as Capt. Hugh J. Tate, NARU CO, reads his This week 29
t letter of appreciation during Capt. McCulley's retirement ceremony. Speeding 7
\' (( Capt..McCulley served 20 years In the Navy and had been here since Reckless driving 0

June, 1968. _._ Going through stop sign 3
.. Other Violations 19
Fifteen drivers appeared
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WH T'S THE FOR LWCH I before the Traffic Hearing Boardon

EX PLAINATIDN ATE BRAND ''X" August 4. Disposition of
the cases included the
following:
FOR THIS ? %--
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Eight lost driving and parking
privileges aboard the station for
FEEL LIKE A BUMXtfKti
various periods; four were
assigned to complete an eight. .
hour course in remedial driving; {

GETTING ACQUAINTED-Members of VP-42 Wing (B) become none received suspension; four
acquainted with the pressure chamber as they spend their two weeks r were given warnings; two were
; I of annual active duty being familiarized with the P-3A patrol aircraft. dismissed; none were fined (U.S.
" : Magistrate); and three were

r' ,, ............................,,..................:............................................................................". *$& referred to commanding officersfor
possible disciplinary action
't', AL BONATI Twelve drivers were assessed
thirty-nine traffic points.

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rAfFp rH Jax Four MATSG Marines

have received letters of appreciation
for the outstanding job
they performed while acting as
chauffers for the Commandant
of
If a contagious epidemic ran cardiovascular disease.: And, the Marines and his official
rampant throughout the United public apathy can also be ex- : party
States, during their visit here last week,
striking down more than plained by the mistaken feeling
600,000 persons, a state of that heart attack is inevitableand The four were; Sgt. James R
disaster would be declared and nothing can be done about Edwards and LCpl. William
t
the halls of Congress would it. Kirksey of the Personnel Office
echo with demands for pre- Unlike other epidemics, there and Sgt. Daniel L. Robinson and
ventive measures, while across is no mass immunization against r s Cpl. Robert Rothrock of the
the country men, women and heart attack. But there are Supply Department.
children would line up in emer- things every man and woman Also at MATSG,
GySgt.PaulE.
gency immunization centers. can do to help protect them-
selves and their families from Tausch, an AE instructor,
An epidemic is taking placein this rutheless health menace.In received his fourth Good Conduct
the Unted States.: Heart at-
tack is killing extensive studies of the Medal and LCpl. Matthew Kor-
than
more ;
men and women annually.(170,000 personal and medical historiesof HEADING DOWN-RANGE Cdr. D. F. Springer, Navy Exchange bish, attached to the NAS
heart attack victims, certain Officer, watches the first shipment of merchandise for Branch Exchanges Transportation Department, was
Why don't Americans react to habits, or risk factors, are revealed down-range being loaded.Also shown are Mr. D. Fox, District promoted to his present rank.
heart attack'as they would to which show that millionsof Manager, and Mrs. A. Oft, Assistant Merchandise Manager for the Other MATSG Marines
any other mass killer disease? Americans
especially thosein
Navy Exchange. promoted recently include
: Cpls
the prime of life,
endangering
Some of the are -
reasons lie
may Vernon Holliman AO
Liaison
in the fact that heart attack, their hearts by the way Exchange Supporting Michael ;
Myers, Personnel
which is the nation's leading they live. ;
cause of death, is not conta- The common conditions. and Charles Smiley, Personnel; and
gious, although there may bea habits that medical scientists! Down-Range Facilities LCpI. Jackie Hunt, Public Af
family history of this form of have discovered are high choles- fairs.
terol levels in the blood, high Jax The NAS Jax Navy facilities had previously been
blood pressure, cigarette smok- Exchange is now responsible for provided by the Navy Exchangeat Improved logistics, effected by
ing, obesity, and lack of exer- logistical support to Branch Navy NS, Charleston, S.C. the transfer, will provide
cise. It appears that anyone authorized patrons at the Branch
Exchanges in Antigua, Barbadosand The transfer was made to
of these risk factors increasesthe Turks Island in the West provide more effective logistical Navy Exchanges with greater
and chances of a heart attack, Indies and Eleuthera, Bahamas. support to these Branch Ex- opportunity to select newer
that
a combination of two
or more multiplies this risk. Support for these down-ranee changes by closing the lead time merchandise on a more frequent
for transportation of Exchange basis.
merchandise, which is orderedby
S !i the Main Exchange for these
.
branch stores.Transportation.
r- en ec.erln"", BlandingB"a. MAIL CALL
(' Cedar Hills Shopping Center) time from NAS
House of Quality Foods EVER WONDER HOW
f Phone 9223 Jax to Port Canaveral, the main MANY LETTERS YOU

Every SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night is shipping point for goods destinedto MAIL EACH VEAR? i
the West Indies and Bahamas, WELL,THE NATIONAL
FAMILY NIGHTYour is considerably shorter than from AVERAGE PER PERSON IS 353! II
STEAK choice of NS Charleston.

CHICKEN & I

NIGHT $179 CHOPPED DUMPLINGS STEAK or 79 TIIE 6 I


V4 Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables. Bread and: Butter

LUNCH 11 AM tit 2 PM DINNER 4 PM til 8 PM BROWSERS WtICOMlO GIFTS I

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Paints >Fish Box *Burgee Jackets Q
Hardware Skni Table Wear IVIMUO" i
*Repair Materials Accessories Other Goodies

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EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTBOARD STERN DRIVE. INBOARD I
SEE THE NEWE.ST BOATS. MOTORS. CANOES nt TRAILERS I
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71 Fiat 124 Spider $2995


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WPIt Support Being Sought j



rj / s, rr For New Buddy Base jj jjJax



$ In September of 1970, tions recently announced- that home furnishing and playground 7 '
NAS Jacksonville adopted a surface transportation for Buddy equipment. ,f i ii
Vietnamese Navy facility under Base shipments was available at Anyone wishing to donate items \i j
the U. S. Navy's Buddy Base the West Coast and urged all for the DeGi project may deliver ]
program, a project to raise the Buddy Bases to take advantageof their donations to the Supply <\
Purchase Division, third deck,
standard of living for Vietnamese this opportunity. i
Navymen and their families and Bldg. 110,during normal working *
the Station'sProject
Lt. J. M. Malone,
to the Base and hours. \
develop depen-
Officer for DeGi,has said
dent communities of Vietnam's Individuals or organizations <
that NAS Jax will "make
ENLISTED TO OFFICER Ensign Charles A. Spencer, a former growing Navy. effort to collect material in every orderto wishing to donate items for the ,}
the NATTC Dispensary,is NAS Jacksonville's Buddy project can contact Lt.Malone at ,
SMmrarf promoted to his present rank utilize this space for a ship-
as E. Base is DeGi, coastal patrol 772-2914, NAS Jax Supply i
MCC01 and Leslie J. Simmel tack on the new a ment to DeGi. We're going to
shoulder boards. He received his commission through the Medical base of Coastal Group 21,located concentrate on gathering Department. ;
Service Corps Interservice Program, which provides an 225 miles northeast of Saigon materials that would directly Lt. Malone said that he will "{
for qualified regular Navy HM and become7fficers discuss the project with
DT personnel to benefit the sailors of DeGi and
There are currently 130 men their famUies"According representatives of women'sorganizations
stationed at DeGi. Seventyfiveof to an American or other groups
them have their families there u on request.
advisor at DeGi,the most needed
living in crowded substandard
Drug
Help items include:
housing.An Materials for sewing hand-

additional 55 families must made clothes, needles, thread,
live miles away in another town buttons, scissors, cooking
Dial 2900I due to the lack of Government utensils, candles, soap, used
quarters.The clothing in all sizes, school
Chief of Naval Opera equipment and supplies, small


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Portraits In oil from photos I



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I (r Summer Aides Helping Navy And 1 'hemselves. 11

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r: : \' Jax The Federal Summer Summer Aid Employment Program,

which was organized in 1965 by President
has to be an asset to the United States
grown
Johnson,
______ facilities.
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_______ Navy

Working for the Federal Government ,is an honor for
'" each individual and he takes pride in serving his countryto

the best of his ability.

-
,. There are two types of students working here this
'1- summer: The Neighborhood Youth Corps (NYC) and
the Youth Opportunity Center (YOC) which work in
\ \ different sections aboard the air station.

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""," ,.' The NYC has aides working at Supply, the Commissary
; and related commands, while the YOC has a
uEd ,. J.raka. majority of its aides working at NARF.


The summer aide counselors for the year are Jim
McLawhorn and Mrs. Charlotte Stewart for the NYC

v vk, '"' 11 and Mr. Bettancourt for the YOC.


BARBARA HALL works at NARF filing and making important trips to the branch offices with r
paper work. She is a graduate of Technical High School and is now majoring in Elementary
Education at Florida Junior College. This is her fourth summer working at NARF.


Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-JO p.m. '" i

Have a question about social --
security and its retirement, D PICK rP & DELIVERY ,1 F
survivors, disability or Medicare Q ROAD SERVICED ( / "
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benefits See your telephone )
directory for the telephone MECHANIC ON DUTY j
number and address of "
the nearest social security of. D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS

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SAMUEL MITCHELL repairs master rods at NARF's Parts Repair
11 LEOPARD 1"\\ Shop. He is a student at Stanton Career Education Center.o1r .

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... ARTISTS .:... $69
) SUNDAYS TILL 11 PM if- MONDAY & TUESDAY TILL 2 AM' month 1972CORONA

Dancing *Singing *Entertainment 2471Std.

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| 24 Hour A Dav 1I T 7N17ESAY'1EEKRESTAURANT BrakesWheel

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E\ Nylon carpets
5 'ONDAYTHRUSATURDAY = ORANGEPARK White wall tire 4 Door
= SUNDAYTILLMIDNIGHT = PHONE 389-4561 SEDAN

; I RING OF FLAME' ';';" I Delivered prep In,Jax trinspor on approved and title credit Including fag sales tn,
iy/ fees
/ ; Apr '.71 percent' ''n-
RESTAURANT ; E 1342.771. Doc stamps s .00; unpaid balance 12167.1 total
/ | Sfea k a nd Lobster with a II /jA.Pf E O US 17 ___cash or-trade-In down aq .21.
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Free Horsd'ouevres | Rooms Color TViimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Coupe,Icyl.,AT,PS,PB,AC Low Mileage $27f5
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What Your Legal Residence ? r f

and
._. Turn to page 45 ?
YOU must nuvw your legal If
1 residence in order to vote. You residence you still you claim had the legal Smith is now assigned to the begin sawing .
W have to be a legal resident of a entered the Armed when you Pentagon and lives in Virginia.
I State in order to vote there. all you have to do ForceR, then Result Col. Smith's legal residence .
I Further, you can have only one vote, Is to find in order to is 7319 River St., Columbus
out J
i legal residence at a time-and, State's voting laws what your Ga.
j of course, may vote in only one absentee require for
mail You will
1 State in an election. unit balloting. Your note that Col. Smith, x7h
voting counselor should after establishing a new legal
j 4 You may retain as your legal have a copy of Voting Informa. residence in Georgia, was reassigned -
,
residence the address you had Uon-1972, where you can find and had to move to
,' when you entered the Armed this information.Of Virginia. However, he main-
Forces, even though you no course, you tained his Georgia address as his
longer maintain a home at that your legal residence may while change home. This is impo ant. Other-
place and even though membersof are in the Armed Forces. you wise, he might have problems
your family no longer live may establish a new legal resi-You in voting. A
there. Most servicemen do retain dence ((1)) by living in a particular Legal residence is also important -
such residence.an address as their place and ((2)) by intending to you in keeping your I 11/ 1
legal to live there personal affairs in order. Before
EXAMPLE-Facts: Sgt. How- though you indefinitely have even changing your legal residence,
may to leave
ard lived with his family at 321 for a time. you should consult with your
Side St., Louisville, Ky., whenhe Legal l Assistance Officer to find
entered the Armed Forces. EXAMPLE-Facts: Col. Smith oat what impact a change will'
Sgt. Howard's family no longer lived with his family at 123 have on such things as your
lives at that address. In fact, Edge St., Baltimore, Md., when automobile registration and your
the house has been torn down he entered the Armed Forces 25 payment of personal property
and a parking lot has been builton years ago. Members of the and State income taxes-and on CARPENTRY from a book No, you need more thana
the spot. Sgt. Howard, how- Smith family still live at 123 your estate in event you should study course to be a carpenter. But, an ECI carpentrycourse
ever, has not established a new Edge St., Balitmore, Md. How- die while in the service. will give you a wealth of information to help with
legal residence anywhere and he ever, when Col. Smith was assigned the actual job, whether it is constructing a building, cabinetmaking -
intends to return to Louisville to Fort Benning, Ga., he logging, rigging, or operating a sawmill.
when he leaves the service. Re- bought a house at 7319 River The course, one of our most popular, is divided into three
sult: During the time Sgt. How- St., Colilmbia, Ga.; and he intends volumes.
ard is in the Armed Forces, his to maintain this home in 1. The first volume covers job safety and first aid and how
legal residence is 321 Side St., Georgia indefinitely and to the field of carpentry fits into the Civil Engineering Struc-,
Louisville, Ky. return to it when he is released iy.' ture. There is a chapter on working drawings and building
from the Armed Forces. Col. materials, one on handtools, another on woodworking power
;) machinery and a chapter on ladders and scaffolds.
Volume two covers building layout, floor, exterior, roof
Diana Trask and interior framing.
ReturningTo Volume three discusses cabinet work, prefabricated build-
ings, heavy timber construction, rigging and sawmill opera-

"Fouled Anchor"Jax tion.Course
kk 55250 is open to everyone, military and civilian
alike. Why not see your education officer about enrolling
-Diana Trask will return to the CPO Club Aug. 16 .today.
and 17 ; Carpentry is a skill you can use in the service or in
accompanied by "Charlie Harris and the VIPs". civilian life.
Diana appeared Jan. 17 at the CPO Club with "The ;

Morey Amsterdam Show" and was so well received that fi' :

her the patrons come back asked again.that arrangements be made to have [ ;HOhESA LE ;;''cEi'T() All I


The show will begin at 9 p.m. and a Prime Rib Dinner

will also be available. .. :iii:

Tickets are on sale at the Fouled Anchor. NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES ;:::::
NEW & USED TV SETS ;:::::
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES t
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS ;:::::
BUCKLE UP-Cindy Perkins Iii AIR CONDITIONERS :;:::::
secures her skis as a safety pre ; Hrs.t a.m. .7p.m.Come'in I Browse m;;
caution just as she buckles up "'
Help her seat belt while driving ;f::: WESCONNEJt F0RNTIJU RE CO* ....rf.:.)
around her hometown of Fort ;;; 53/6 wrsCPHNITt at ivd 050 i
Walton Beach, Fla. .;:;:;k.
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STREET :::::::: 25" RCA CONSOLE COLOR TV was$699.95 NOW$499.95 ::::::

11 1: 23"' RCA CONSOLE COLOR TV was$639.95 NOW$499,95 r rr
APARTMENTS ::::::::. 23" PACKARD BELL CONSOLE COLOR TV was$499.95 NOW$359.95 ::::
::.:.:.:.::: 22" RCA BLACK & WHITE CONSOLE TV was$269.95 NOW$189.95 :: I
! :: 19" RCA PORTABLE COLOR TV was$479.95 NOW$399.95 ::::

.' 1. Two Bedroom ::::::.: GAINES SOFA & CHAIR was$309.95 NOW$179.95 ir::

:. I" 2. Wall to Wall Carpet 1i 1 ALL SHAPED END TABLES was 34.88 NOW $29.95 :::
3. Central I Air and Heat ::::::;: GOSSIP BENCH was $32.88 NOW $22.88 ::::::::
.:: :." 4 All Utilities Included 1 ::: CELLARETTE BAR was $99.95 NOW $79.95 ::
;; ..:b 5: Kitchen Equipted :::::. GLASS TOP COFFEE TABLE was $49.95 NOW $44.95 ::::::
;:: .: <': 6. Rentals Start at ;:::::::: WALL PICTURES was $14.95 NOW $10.95 :::::=
/rt $116.62 to $179.66 ::::::: LA-Z-BOY RECLINER was$159.95 NOW $89.95 ::.:.:::
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m.... SEVERAL ODD CHAIRS Reduced up to 10to20 PCT.OFFI ::
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APPLY AT... :::: ::}: u.INITuAPPIIAMC R.Ilooll COVCMIMG HOMC." .MTftlMMCMT :::
; PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SPECIALISTSA :::::::: :: OVER 120 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST' ::: :s

DIVISION OF VULCAN INC. :::::: : HIWAY 17 at KINGSLEY AVE ORANGE PARK PHONE 264-6942 'N::::

5S s::::;: k: Home Owned&Operated by Thomas Walkers ::::
1147 SO. EDGEWOOD AVE. PHONE JII-S47J | f ,.
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Apartments art offered for rent to qualified persons EQUAL HOUjmi 11Uf ...
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SSGT. RUSSELL JOHNSON, MSGT. CHARLES H. BENSON,
HORNER
In AO instructor, reenlisted for In AE"B" School Instructor, -- .-.- AEC JIMMIE at
for six years
over
six years and headed for the 16- shipped over for three and shipped
AMS1 EUGENE WHITEHEADtook AE1 JERRY O. POPLIN extended NATTC
year mark. headed for twenty. the oath for two more. He is his enlistment for six

assigned to NAMTD. years at NATTC.



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INSTANT CREDIT S6 :.J
.NO DOWN PAYMENT 609-600-650-700J<)13 AE1 KENNETH L. WELL
LONG TERMS )35.ISxi4 an AE"A" School Instructor,
FREE MOUNTING reenlisted for three at
S60.600X1S ( years
FREE TIRE REPAIR WHITE >
FREE FRONT END STRIPE A.LL ONLYS2.S EXTRA bti NA nc.

FREE IRE ROTATION PRGPORTIONATE' /jESLY
Cowl
GYSGT. ARTHUR C. AECS EDWARD P. CALD- A .
WE UNDERSELL ALL department to res STRAEHLA, MATSG's Supply WELL, Senior Instructor of $
company stores&independent tire dealers Clerk,took the oath for two more Phase Five at the AE"A" School 41 _
PASSENGER TIRE GUARANTEE
Guaranteed against all road hazards and defects for the life of the years. added two more years.
original tread. If tire fails, we will,at ouroption,repair it free or replaceit I
charging only for the tread worn on a pro rata share of the exchange
VISITOR CALL
price plus tax.Guaranteed .
against wear.out for a specified number of miles. If tread
WAYNE SHRUMAn
wears out In this period,we will replace it,charging the, current exchange
price,'less "set dollar allowance" plus tax. Commercial vehicles ex. d
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eluded __ ___ associate ofBLANDING .

m it TIRE a AGENCY, Inc. a

Diu tnlLi COMPANY REALTORSLet
PR1 LOREN E. DAVIS shippedover
him F; t
represent you in
: -! for the third time at VP-16.
: REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS ; '
5102 Blanding Boulevard
BANKAMIAICMO *oi$ BUNDING BlVD "LJ-U? '
Phone 771-9513 PersonalServices
L. i YOURSUPPORTISAPPRECIATEDDREAMS





OR REALITY? HoursJax

Effectively

:: immediately, the
: EDUCATION hours of operation for

the Personal Services

# Center will be 8 a.m.
'- ) can make the difference! to 4:30: p.m. daily,

'1.., :". .............................U.! Monday ,through
Friday.
Due to the manning

advance school. i level and lack of
., .
business
the Per-
: D ELECTRICITY D MOBILE ENGINE SERVICE D BOOKKEEPING : sonal
Services Center
-" U (D REFRIGERATION CONDITIONING 0 ELECTRONICS Y. will not be open on

ACCREDITED MEMBER NATIONAL HOME STUDY COUNCIL : weekends.
f .
Q' ; : The above courses qualify for Tuition Reimbursement for U
.' U Eligible Veterans and eligible service personnel under Jax's GreatestFURNITURE
\. the G.I. Bill.Training :

r by Audio-Visual Aids, Assignments, and Work Kits :
-U Values!
Clip :
: NAME
And. : WHOLESALE
ADD ;ESS .CITY. PRICE TO EVERYONE
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Mall In '
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STATE ZIP PHONEToday _
: OPEN
EVERYDAY
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Ec.1I: : advance schools inc, TIL p MSURPLUS


'"' LOCAL DISTRICT OFFICES:

12405 NORMANDY BLVD PH 786-4428 ..,.. 6565 BEACH BLVD PH 724-6171:
(Serving Cecil and N AS Jax) Jacksonville 32216 DISCOUNT 1

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Publisher f ADVERTISING Schedule
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NAS JAXAIRNEWS Jacksonville I CALL: 388-2755- I

i Ads Should b. mailed to ---------1v---w--w------ 1k 9
arrive not later
: Tuesday for than -
LATWINGER publlcallon I -
the t
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE i Ads arriving too late for this following deadline Thursday.will be Thursday, August Comedy Western; Starring

!: pubhstltr publstld! Is Hie fOllowing wk unless the NAS: "SCARS OF DRACULA" James Garner and Joan Hackett

: money order instructed for otherwise A check or Color Horror Starring "G" (92 min)
the full
: received cost of the, ad must be HOSPITAL SCARS OF
WITH Lee and Dennis
the Christopher
4747 San Juan Avenue copy for the ad.
Waterman. "R" (94 min.) DRACULA".
Jacksonville Florida RATE Per additional minimum chCrg(3( lines) suo HOSPITAL : "SAM Saturday,August

lifle(4 words per line) .50 WHISKEY" Color Western, NAS: "THE SECRET OF

Starring Burt Reynolds and SANTA VITTORIA" Color

q--- --- Y __._ ,. .. ( Angie Dickinson. "PG" (96 min.) Comedy, Starring Anthony Quinn
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We AIR CONDo SERV.ICE WE BUY 8. SELL EQUITIES Friday,August 11 and Anna Magnani.uPG" (138
r. EMPLOYMENT and service Window Auto Units.AC, Central Units Call us for quick service. NAS: "SUPPORT YOUR min.)
4711 Palmer Reasonable Morrison I. Taylor, Inc. LOCAL SHERIFF" Color HOSPITAL: "SUPPORT
lake Shon .
388 5161 4543 Weiconnett Blvd.
771.3052 YOUR LOCAL SHERIFF"TRAVELTRAILER
JOBSIJOBSIJOBSI I RIDE 737-386
WANTED
JUSTISS TRAILER PARKi
Shorthand Secretary, Dictaphone From Oak Hill WATERFRONT
Park to NAS Jax Qtr. mile No. of'NAS, Clean Modern
Operators Typists, Clerks, Exchange. 8430.: 77H1QJ. Orange Park trailers and 389.3007.TRANSPORTATION.
Keypunchers. 3BR, 2V:B, apts. 1$' Monitor. Like new, AC, many
approximately 3,000
HIGH PAY NOFEE AKCDOBERMANPUPS FR with corner fireplace and built sq..ft.In ............ ... .. ..' : extras. Equity $1400. Sell tow car,
Call Norrell Temporary Exec. pedigree, Vom Ahrtal line. bookcase. Custom draperies and wall. r? ::: pood condo 388.1443.18'COMMERCIAL.
: : 1
.
:
396.5371 Exec. temperment & to wall I .
confirmation carpets
PARTTIMEEVENINGSHIFT 264-5258. with outdoor entertainment throughout.facilities Gazebo, ..........:.;.....:...: . .... .' Small motor, need repair.FISHING Also,BOAT young

5-11PAA dock with water and electricity. 71 MAZDA female German Shepard. 2648625.72HONDACL100 .
Burger Chef SOFA BED $10. Electronic garage door opener. Built. Rotary eng., RX.2 Sports coupe. Air c,.
3 drwr.chest$13. BR set.Double bed 8 in :. stom color kitchen appliances. cond. Tinted 2 helmets,
6238 103rd Street 771-0855 glass. Radial tires, 4. med.& small. Less than 600
dresser, Box springs & mattress. $50 Central' heat and air. $65,000, can be spd. Rear window defogger. Exec miles. S475. E.A. Barrington,Jax Ext.
LOCAL PART-TIME SUPERVISORSNeeded 772.9349. re, noi.ced $13,000 down, $350. mo. condo 18,000 miles. 7721020. 3071 or 264-53 2.
for fast growing California conventional mortgage). Phone for
corporation 268.5977, 771-6922. i appointment 2642682. :

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r[.. MISCELLANEOUSARECORDEDMESSAGE; ]f I III::![:::/::.:;!::!:::RENTALS; : ;:[!::ijijllj1111::!: !! [!!!II

We CASH ..................... .............................. .................... your 1f@flIll@Ir'l/Ill@fJJ@JJlI1/le
buy sell and trade equities.
BY A Louise T. Bailey ORANGE PARK can provide additional funds
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells 771-3605
Broker 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn,
how become Domestic Finance is set to make
you you may a Diswasher, Drapes, Carpets. up sure your
DISC JOCKEYCall NORMANDY ACRES Elizabeth Apts. 771.1405 or 7713355. money needs are handled the way you want them.
3S5-2944 any hourVAAPPROVED 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road Call or come in-we'll do the rest,

For Veterans and serviceman frontage, V to 10 acre tracts. Land Is WILMAR APARTMENTSAir ", ....
the best Investment for the future. Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living
Other tracts available over Southwest room, Kitchen, Brfst. nook, parking \%DOMESTIC FINANCE
GEORGE'S KENNELS Jacksonville. space for 2 cars, water, sewage, --- ----

Est. 1925.. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Wynn. Realty of Florida garbage, lawn service, Furnished -r- CORPORATION LOANS SINCE TO tSOt Hit
Pick up A Delivery Available. 389.5514 389-8507 $120, Unfurnished $100. plus 4 per. IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. -J cent.sales tax. 387.2541 weekends, 3890744 .

Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard HIDDENWATERSBlack -
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 Creek, Canal or Lake lot DEING TRANSFERRED
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. available. Excellent fishing, boating, Let a retired Navy man who understands .
swimming. Mobile Home area. High YOUR problems managethe
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO wooded lots. E.Z terms. One mile E. rental of your house until you -Ill"1&
return to Jax.Bartleson .
Consoles, some with AM-FM tap. Lake Asbury on No. 209, La Rue. 725.
3992. ,O'Neill& Payne, Inc. ,
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate 1147 So. Edgewood Ave.
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409. 388.9311
NEW HOMES
3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built.in.Range, FURN.APARTMENT AVE. SO. PHONE 781-5511
LANE
LIVE CRABS Central Heat, Prices from $19,900. Near NAS & Cecil, 2BR, Swimming 1150 ,
Wilt ord's""Fish Camp Terms. Edw. 0. Lyon, Broker. 389. Pool.$75.without air. $85 air.771.0348. OPEN DAILY 8 TO 8:30-SA TU RDA BIOS

0707 0361. CANOE TRIPS SUNDAY. ITO PM
Half day or full day. Arcadia &
STEREO COMPONENTTAKE PR ESCOTT,ARIZONA Bradford Outpost. Santa Fe, /It- 71 SUPER BEETLE Orange, R&HAC $2195

UP PAYMENTS Offers best climate in the state. chtucknee,SuwanneeS Peace Rivers. 71 SUPER BEETLE -
Brand new, never used, left In
lay-a For Information. 1.113.927.7001.llglIrJIII.
Into 2.
Historic old ranch developed
way. Professional: turntable, plays all acre homesltes near Prescott Orange, R&H Mag Wheels $1995

size records, head phone lack. National Forest. Two acreas: $19995 TWO-1970 KARMANN GHIAS. ,':
Balance$64.or$9. !
month. Call 398-
per
low terms. For full details write Mrs, '
1683 $1895 to $2095
ask for layaway department. New paint R&H.
A.L. Young Glenarm Land Co., 2233 .
North 7th St., Phoenix 85006. 1971 VW SQUAREBACK. :
SHORT OF CASH'RENTING'
LAWN MOWING EDGING CEDAR HILLS AT, R&H, factory warranty. $2595
call Hart
771.3211 Ext.8340 3BR, 2B, concrete blk., Range, wired Use our Rental Purchase Plan 1971 VW SQUAREBACK. AT, R&H. $2495 t
for dryer, 8 fruit trees, fenced, Ig. to get Into a home of your own.
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER storage rm., plus 7x10 steet storage Price Mobile Home Center 1970 VW SQUARE BACK. R&H $1795 :

Original cost over $200. Looks & runs bldg. $550. down. 10607 Atlantic Blvd. 1969 VW SQUAREBACK. AT, R&H i$1995 j

$7.50 like' brand new. Cash balance$89.95 or VanSandt, Realtor 387-1213 Jax 721.2444 1969 VW FASTBACK. AC, AT, R&H. $1895 :
mo. Rayfields 6437 Wilson Blvd. .
772.8936. TWO-1970 VW BUSES. 1

Deluxe 7 R&H. $2495
Mac ALPINE passenger, ,.
Local moving & storage specialist. 1970 VW SEDAN. ;;,:

!Licensed, Nights and 771-8949.Insured.. 355-6357 or 354P SORRy.... ""J' AC, R&H, 4 new white wall tires. $1895

FOUR-1969 VW SEDANS. .
SEWING MACHINE
1972 Dial-A-Matlc sewing machine, BUT WE'RE TEMPORARILY... New paint, R&H. $1495 to $1595
never been used, was Mother's Day TWO1968VWSEDANS. R&H. $1350 and $1395 j
layaway and nev/r picked up. Only
W8. balance due. Purchaser left are; 66VWSEDAN.R&H $795 I
and we are unable t(' locate. Machine 7)' 1
may be purchased for $48. cash or $9. "
per month.. will take older machine DOMESTIC SPECIALS!
for part payment. Full home trial, no
obligations Call 398-1683 ask for

|layaway department. SOLD 69 CHEVELLE STATION WAGON. $1595

AT R&H. $y?

66 BUICK SPORT WAGON $1095

LOOKINGFOR Sunroof, New paint, AT, R&H

...- 69 BUICK RIVIERA .$2750

...OUTI! Air, All power, Vinyl roof

,A NEW
...
CAREER? ...,.... HOWEVER,we are planning more Nice Selection of other Model VW'soIoJj'JJht4
homes for you In BELLAIR.

WATCH Fo"County's OUR FUTURE ANNOUNCEMENTSI 7 4U
l I' you qualify
and are willing to work
Is possible to earn as much as We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
20,000 per year within 3.5 years. COMPLETELY PLANNED Communltyl we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
You woukj be working under athree Clay Only And guaranteed them 100 percent(for the repair or replacement of all
year finance plan, starting major mechanical part *for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on in and
salary negotiable. Call :EIBLL.AJRHOME: : : : : double check. ".
''\
Lieutenant
Alton L.Vaughn, U.S. ENCINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE ,
NavyRetlred( ), Sales Manager :BUILDERS INC. ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEMURWWrpr
with Metropolitan Life Insurance
Company at telephone number of National Home Builders Associationand
3tt.2621 if Interested. Jacksonville Home Builders Associations

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.M CreditHow Much Is Too Much?

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.t. ( "I pay strictly cash myself; dle-of-the-Road Hank replies. One thing is certain today-
\. wouldn't have one of those credit "But man, I haven't got a what with inflation, increased
( cards if it was gold-plated," says wife, much less three kids, but affluence, and the wide range; of
Pay-as-I-Co Charlie."I I'd never make it without those consumer products available-
: in personal and family finances, Including -
agree some ways credit cards. They're great! You
Charlie. It'.. good to pay cash can buy anything you want on credit, is one subject a
when you can. But with a wife one and even get extra cash on guy (or a gal, for that matter)
and three kids I need credit once some," says All-the-Way Sam. can't know too much about.
; in a while. But how much debt is too The credit decision is alwaysup
to the buyer. Does he have
"111 never forget the year we much? How much credit is
j the cash? Does he
want to .
i moved from Hawaii to Wash- good? When does buying on buyon ,i
"} ington, D.C., barely in time to credit or borrowing cash turn credit for some reason? Does
get the kids in school. Without bad? How can one tell when Only you can answer such
t credit from a local merchant he's getting over-extended financially questions .when deciding whether :

) we'd..never. .have.. .managed. .. .,",Mid-,. .......,... .i.. .?......w,',.." ....HW..w.............,..........S'J1S.J....to........use...... credit........... _
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f MOVING UP AT NATTC Cdr. Arthur Schlofman,
congratulates seven of his personnel on their advancements. (L-R)

!I I fOW-MIA Bracelets I Cdr. Schlofman, PN3 Billy Cowart, YN3 Cathy Geschke, PNCS Robert
Kelly, A02 George Elder, MM1 Alan Sitzer, AE2 Jessie Bledsoe and
AE2 Edward Magruder. Also advanced, but now shown, was HM3

; ;I: On Sale Aug. 15 Outside Echange I} David Spangler.


: POW Flags and Banners also Available.REGULAR Drug Breakthrough Seen
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A significant breakthrough in K. Singlaub cited evidence that
,, the effort to halt drug abusein points to a new change of atti-
W :'.:!:!:.:.::.tl-.:! r 1..; ; S:**' :'*: ::}*:}::}:f$}:}}}:.::.:::} :JhSY:: :::::: J1SSS41S.rr; : ;: ::::}:}:}*:}::}::}*;:{*::{:*}:: ;{:::}:;:{::{::{::hJr:;:::::::::;:::::::::;:::11si'4.4:: ;:: :::::: ;::::}::Jn:::::::}::::::}::::::::;:::::J.SS:::r :s:fiir: : the military was noted by tude among military personnel -

DoD.officials at a recent Penta- -a willingness to. turn in
o 0 '. 0 . . o o1wa)4 gon news conference. heroin pushers.

Assistant Secretary of Defense Statistics show th 4t in June,
(Health and Environment) 1971, members of the militarywere
Dr. Richard S. Wilbur, and Dep- very reluctant to turn in
uty Assistant Secretary of Defense fellow members for pushing
) .,1. (Drug and Alcohol Abuse) drugs-95 per cent of all court-
; ". Army Brigadier General John martial cases on drug charges
\ stemmed from military policeor
Criminal Investigation Di-
CPO Wives vision Investigations But by
November, 1971, Dr. Wilbur
Meeting said, a change of attitude was
'.-4 evident-about 50 per cent of
.1IJvv: Thing Jax The CPO Wives Club the drug cases were initiated by
tatestin met Monday with Joyce Oliver individual members of military
The stiA GS! presiding. units.
Plans were formulated to workon Dr. Wilbur said he attributedthis
PAx A. the Bazaar on Thursday change to a comprehensive'''
EfONO.JAI' evenings at Bldg. 593 starting at drug education program startedin
7:30 p.m. July, 1971 by the Departmentof
No lease o The membership voted to buy Defense. This program has
Setting, apparently helped, he said, to
e No Wear. eWash small tables for the Hospital "convince soldiers and sailors
L and Pediatric Ward and also to give that someone who pushes heroinis
lust items to families in Kingston, undesirable to have in the
) Pennsylvania that lost their barracks or on a ship and oughtto
$36.95 homes during. floods earlier this be turned in, even if it means
summer. turning him in to the Establish-
Of the 6,600 homes in the town, ment.
I : $2956J. only 20 homes escaped with no The drug education programhas
: : also helped to bring about
; loss.Anyone
wishing to participatein some change in the general at-
this project should contact titude toward individual drug

: / Mrs. Harrison,. 771-3032, or Mrs. use. General Singlaub noted that
;; although members of the mili-
: /J. Taylor, 7719181. tary have not been turning, in
ROOSEVELT t Also, the CPO Wives Club will
MALLJitlfW'ItIO( drug users at a significant rate,
hold a pool party for the entire there has been evidence of In-
family on August 19. creased peer-group pressure on
users to get them to seek treat-
i ment for their habit.
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.. We've got money JAX NAVY FEDERAL Over 90 percent of the people

< < CREDIT UNION r 5t reaching 65 this year are eligible -.
for monthly cash social

to spare. Q 'f c SALUTES {I security benefits.


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FEDERAL $590TO$190
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)0'I I SHOPPING CENTER NAS JAX, Bldg3f NAS CECIL FIELD,BldgU
t PHON E 384.1391 T.1.387.5622 or Base Ext.2431 772.9894 or Base Ext.215
Hourst Mon.FrI9AM.4:30PM: SU NORMANDY BLVD.
Hours: Mon.Fr1.10AM.5:30PM: Hours: Mon Fr18:30AM: 3:30PM:
I. Sat.9AM.1PM PHONE 78149781


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roting Information For The Serviceman I


ARIZONAI ot residence.< You
a member of the and completed must the have requested A Federal post Application may be a long way away, but September 12, 1972: Thisis
I you're Forces and a legal resi at least two weeks lefore form (fTCA) may be used. BE of you are a legal resident of the date of the primary elec-
rmed this
SURE
date. TO INDICATE that State still take
here political you can tion.
dent of Arizona, are two
party preference. The "Affidavit part in the primary election If
late* to remember if you wanto September 12, 1972 This of
: is Registration" remember
which this date
will
you : You should send
the date off a Federal
in State's primary of the
| vote your Primary ben
tion. Elec- sent to members of the September 19, 1972: That'sthe Post Card Application (FPCA)
[l lection: Armed
Forces must be com- date of the primary election a few weeks before that date In
I mbi r 7, 1P72- This I- Members of the Armed Forces pleted and returned to the order to be registered and to
[ last day that a member of -NOT their County Recorder
he spouses and do any time up Members of the Armed Forces obtain an absentee ballot.
Ihe Armed Force's "Affidavit oftegistratlon" pcndents-may apply for regis- to 5 days before the election. and their and
will be tration at the spouses depend-
accepted
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writing election when they request an
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Dop: e Com FolrJax Drug A to vote in the Arizona Primary will be automatically registeredwhen
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sure
only if,you meet the deadline.
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i, PAGE 16 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER

' : -= rr = VP-16 Wins
In p
Fliers Stopped Quest
..i I. -
Sail SeriesJax
' .
t Berth
; Of 6ND Finals The summer intramural

)!t'' ) I 1 Jax Since 1963according to who held the Fliers to one hit and sailing season has ended with the
the Special Services Athletic no runs. Memphis scored one run following winners:
\: ( Director, the Jax Navy Fliers in the first and three runs in the FIRST PLACE: VP-16;
\ ( have failed only three times to sixth to take the game 4-0.) t Skippers,CDR. Kerry Mirise and
( finish in the finals of the 6th At this point the Fliers had no AW2Paul Overton; Crew, LT. Al
. \ Naval District Softball Tour- choice but win, for a second loss Posniak, Lt. Bill Kachergus and
nament; 1965 1968 and 1972. would keep them from the finals, LTJG.Kim Sniffen.
The Fliers saw tournament as they faced Charleston in their SECOND PLACE: VW-4;

action in five games between third game. Skipper, CWO AI Johnson; Crew,
\ July 31st and August 3rd and met Charleston scored one run in ATAN De Amour, AE2 Ber-
with their second defeat in the the first inning and the Fliers tiedit ninghausen, AMH3 Schlauter,
fifth game to lose a chance at the in the third with a run by Dave CYN3 Burnham, LTJG Martel
finals. Dufner. The Fliers got their only and ENS Creath.
The five teams the Fliers two hits of the game in the third THIRD PLACE: NATTC:
played were NAS Meridian, NAS inning, Charleston getting single iJh.: Skipper, SGT. Bill Griffith;
Memphis, NAVSTA Charleston, hits in each of the last four; but Crew, AE2 Laird Jenkins and
d NAS Albany and NAS Pensacola, the Fliers Tom Carithers PFC. Larry Pitts.
| their losses coming from managed to score in the fifth on a GOLFERS WATCH SCORES BEING POSTED-Sevtral of the VP-16 will represent NAS in the
t Memphis and Pensacola. wild pitch and the final score was golfers In the CINCLANTFLT Forces Afloat Tournament watch Sixth Naval District Tournament
\' Against Meridian, the Fliers 21. as Individual scores of the first day are being posted. _(Con't.&on Page 17)
scored a run in the first inning The Fliers fourth game was a .
with Dave Dufner taking a baseon gem with three runs scored in the Swimmers RibbonsAt
balls and scoring with an error first Inning, one in the third, Young Capture
on the throw by the shortstop. In seven in the fifth and two in the I
the second, Ed McBride doubled seventh. Albany managed a total "B" MeetJax
and Tom Tenhagen and Dave of six hits against Jax's nine but
Dufner singled and scored three scored only one run in the -. Traveling to St. Annual Invitational Swimming Ten-and-Under boys had Mike
runs off two wild pitches.In seventh. Augustine's YMCA "B" Meet Championship "B" Meet August3rd. Scott taking first in the 100-yd. I.
the sixth, Bob Dombroski Scoring for the Fliers, Jim last Saturday were several Jacqui Brennock won M. and a third in the breast and
homered and three more runs Boyette got a run in the first and members of the Navy Jax Swim second place in the 6-and-Under back events. Scott Baltes won
were scored by Ed McBride, fifth, Tom Carithers in the First, Team. Placing in the girls 8-and- girls 25-yd. free with Paul Scott first in 11-12 boys 200-yd. I.. M.
Terry Tucker and Tom Bob Dombroski in the first and also second in the and
Under events were Ann Murrayand placing boys.In second in the 50-yd. free.
Tenhagen. Bob Dombroski fifth Cliff Murray in the third Donna Jeff cries. 8-and-Under girls, Ann Swimming in 13-14 boys events
singled and scored in the seventh and fifth,Ed McBride in the fifth, Boys 10-and-Under had Pat Murry took a second in the 100- was Jim Murry who took the
and the final score was 93. Terry Tucker in the fifth and Murry adding team points with yd. I. M. and a fourth in the second place tibbon in the 100-yd..
Meridian scored all three of their seventh, Matt Matthews in the Jim Murry and Mark Mason breast. Winning first place in the breast and fourth in the 200 I. M.
fifth and Dave Dufner in the fifth.
runs in their second inning. placing well in the 13-14 boys 8-and-Under boys fly, back and Jim Scott won the second place
The Jax Fliers played their The final score was a convincing division.St. 100 I.M.was John Brennock witha 200-yd. I. M. event and placed
second against Memphis and ran 13-1 victory. Simon's Island, Ga. was the second in the breast and a thirdin third in the 100-yd. back and free.
into a versatile pitcher, Holley, (Con't. Page 19) setting for the Golden Isles 12th the free style.
(Con't. Page 17))

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Swimming

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JAX SPORT
BRIEfSTWO (Con't. from Pg. 16))
Mark Mason added points with
sixth place ribbons in the 100-yd.
fly and the 200-yd. I. M. Jacob
FLIERS PLAY IN REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Danner won first place in the
Two members of the Jax Navy Fliers softball team, Terry Tucker Senior Boys 100-yd. breast event. ,
and Tom Carithers, have been selected to a team that will representthe Placing second in the 8-and- t. ,(,. i ,
Sixth Naval District in South Atlantic Regional Softball Tour- Under boys free and medley l ,,I
nament being held August 7.11 at Naval Amphib Base, Little Creek relay were John and Jamie '1'T.T. > ,
Norfolk, Va. (Fast Pitch). ( Brennock, Tim Mason and Paul ; ,.. .,
INTRAMURAL PISTOL MEETINGThe Scott. The senior boys relay .;"."'" ,J} .. ,...l _
Intramural Pistol Organization will hold a meeting August 16,at team placed second in both free HOSPITAL RECEIVES TROPHY Captain William G. SI it more,
Bldg.704 in the Conference Room at 9:30: a.m. and medley events with Jacob HAS C.O., presents Captain Paul Kaufman Hospital C.O., with the
POWER BOAT CLUB FISH FRY Danner, Brian Mason, Scott Intramural Softball Championship Trophy. On Captain Kaufman's
Navy Jax Power Boat Club will sponsor a one day trip to St. Baltes and John and Jim Scott right is HM2 Dwight E. Lamar and on his left is HM2 Rester Bryan.
Augustine,Saturday,August 19,for a "fish fry".The cost is$2.00 per swimming for Navy Jax. The presentation was made last Thursday.
person. All members and others interested are invited to go on a This weekend the entire swim
"space available"basis.For further details call John McNanan at 786left team will participate in an all-
day relay meet at the Beaches
FOOTBALL OFFICIAL'S CLINIC Aquatic Club.
The last two meetings of the Intramural Touch Football Official's
Clinic will be held today and tomorrow: at 4:00: p.m. If anyone has
missed these clinics and desires information, call Ext. 3239. The D
Season will,begin August 14.
PHONE '
Sail Series (Con't) tefered with several races but 724-3288
when you consider that last year fr
and VW-4 will represent the fleet the station champion was There has been enough interest
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sailoffs in Norfolk. miscellaneous crews togetherone series this fall, probably in Oc-
These races have shown that afternoon and racing three tober and November. +
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interest in sailboat racing among come a long way at NAS. establishing a Navy Jax varsity
the active duty personnel in the racing team to represent the
area. The Navy Jax Sail Club station in river races held by t
There were some organiza- deserves praise, particularly,for other clubs and perhaps to
tional and logistic problems that donating time and effort to run challenge other Navy activities in KNIT 27.H.\
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'I The order of finish as VA-12,

:,." '. < I ? CECIL SPORTS VA-174 RAIDER, VC-2 and RAMBLINGS VA-66. : NOMAD I

:I
. i l' ti Whenever an omission occurs,we
."'. : by DTC J. D Brewster are certain to learn of it: During
"
, "' ,, xx.oo-:_ .,._ .,,,. .. Admin's recent fastpitch
I -r. "?? >fR ....... with
: 7""" IIC.- championship game VA-12,

't; Not only did Cecil Field have 12 will represent COMFAIRJAXin In the championship game,VA. we failed to make mention of Ed
f: the honor of hosting the initial the fleet tournament to be heldin 12 tallied 4 times in the 5th inningto Tonges' 1972 pitching debut (Ed
COMFAIRJAX slowpltch Charleston. overcome a 5-1 "Hellrazor" has pitched with a notable lack of

., tourney, but also provided the The "Flying Ubangis" will lead. The champs scored 3 more success in other seasons). At ..ys
four teams (VA-12, VA-174, VC-2 enter the Charleston tourney times in the 6th stanza to salt the game time, Admin's regular
i and VA-66)) which comprised the boasting of some high hitting game away.In twirler, George Loy was found to
entire field. credentials. During the COM be among the missing. In
<. VA-12 downed VC-2, 9-4 and FAIRJAX tourney,the squad had other games: desperation coach AI Allison s
} VA-174 (twice) by scores of 9-2 a'team batting average of 370. VA-174 nipped VA-66, 4-3 with 2 installed Tonges on the rubber, s
\ and 8-5 to emerge as the cham Pope (.615)) and Lund (,571)) were runs in the 7th inning and the stringbean righthander
pions. By virtue of their win VA- the leading hitters. VA-66 again suffered the 7th responded by pitching 2 strong
I I scoreless innings. P.S. When Loy 1
inning blues when an aroused VC-
2 squad punched 4 runs across in arrived. ,he told the manager that .. .....
J.WI: :::EC '" \
had ,
the .
the final frame for a 7-6 squeaker family status symbol t ,1i."t!:
acted up, hence his tardiness.A At a recent meeting, Nomad
MOBILE HOMES VA-174, 16; VA-2, 12. In the Toastmasters Installed a new

KX-X-XXXxx; ::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::*:::::::xx::::::::>:::xx:::::::*:::::x-S-xj::::::::::) tourneys wildest game, VA-174 different, and more unique slate of officers. The new officers
,; ;::::: 12' wide,2 bedroom :jij:::: batted around in the opening alibi might have added a bit more were Installed by Guy Ballou,
ij: completely furnished j} inning,with 7 runners denting the zest to the tale..The Raider District Governor. From left to
r.; plate, (the 1st 7 batters all fastpitch team failed in their right are Don Weiermann,
." plus k:: the Initial and for 2nd successive title in
.a 1: 3595te'&Xi tax :: jumped on pitch, quest a President; Randy Whitfield,
each hit safely), The Hellrazors the 6th Naval District tourney at Sargeant-at-Arms; Red Herring,

:: x: :::: :: ::: :: :: :::::::::: needed every run they could Memphis, winning 2 and losing a Educational Vice President and
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3115 LEON RD. PHONE 724-6454 muster up as the "Dragonflyers"kept like number. The details will be Ted Gryga, Secretary. Missing
East of Par 3 Golf,off Beach Blvd. pecking away at their lead. provided next week. from the photo are Bill Mc-

Dougald, Administrative Vice-
President and Jack Jones,
Treasurer
,
Nomad Toastmasters meets

:'j. k roe Kaois Learnmc center every Field BOQ Wednesday at 6:30.: in the Cecil


Mr. S. H.

The Kadis Learning Center is a special kind of

school with a specialized staff and program. We are HendricksRetired

dedicated to the development of the child with

average or above average intelligence who has

problems in learning.If Mr. S. H. Hendricks, Planning
Division Director for the Supply
your child Is suffering these problems, you- Department, Cecil Field,

and he-are not alone. There are many and they are, Florida, retired after 31 years
Federal Service on June 16, 1972.
being helped. Why not call us for a conference and
test? Twenty-five years ago,with the
preliminary diagnostic
'.' opening of Cecil Field, Mr.
Hendricks was detailed to Cecil
Field from NAS Jacksonville fora
< '
t. ;, period of 120 days. Mr. Hen
.! dricks was the first Civilian
PROBLEMS PROGRAMS EVALUATION employee attached to the Supply

Children who evidence any of The Kadis Learning Center is A comprehensive diagnostic Department,NAS Cecil Field and
the following symptoms may dedicated to the development of and evaluative testing procedure what started out to be a 120 day
detail ended with 25 at the
have problem the child with or aboveis provided each child years
a learning : average : Supply Department, Cecil.A .
'
average intelligence who has
.. .', retirement party, with over
a learning problem and offers a
with 100 guests present,was held in his
specialized :
: :. program honor at the Officers Club, NAS

.,. ,.i" Cecil Field on the evening of June
.
.
", "...: ;" '
Overactive Qualified Staff Psychological-Personality. 15th, at which time CDR
,
Poor Reader Individual Instruction Evaluation .. BRUNSON, Supply Officer, Cecil
,f Short Attention Span ,,:\ Perceptual'Development' Academic Abilities Battery Field,presented him a certificate
Daydreams Speech and Hearing Therapy Speech and Hearing of retirement.
,'
: Fidgety "\;)'* Reading Remediation Evaluation

,' Poor Concentration v l Summer Classes Vision Analysis NOTICE
r" ; Cecil Field personnel interested
; Withdrawn 10 Children Per Class Preliminary Interview and
in
officiating touch
..,' Awkward or Clumsy 1 Teacher-1 1 Teacher Aide Program Conference.' :\)*"; ,,:'". football this season are invited to

:r Temper Tantrums All Academic Subjects ,Perceptual Motor Screening ," I contact Tom McGuckin at extension -
: t Easily Discouraged ,1 Ideal 1 Location ; Complete Physical' *71 I 498. Clinics will com

Reverses letters, words Air. Conditioned. Classrooms Examination t ,mence the middle of this month
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;1\\t .(>0 ences wherein the specific learning disabilities of with parents. Diagnostic test results and specific

l tt .:' each child are assessed. Recommendations by the recommendations are given to each parent. ConIf -
f professional staff for the remediation of specific ferences are conducted between teachers and '",
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I I I Tips On Sailing 1 How Middies


BYJOIINLANDIIYCapsize --- They're StandingNATIONAL Football
For a long time I held counter
the opinion that only a poor weight to bring the boat .......................................................................................................
upright An idea -
worth
considering LEAGUE'W 4 ScheduleThe
FUBARS 8
skipper would allow a boat to is to
attach
a hook
capsize. Recent experience has to the bitter snap L BOOZERS 7 5
end of the mainsheet. WOMEN'S LIB 1972 football
9 3 ADCOP 6'' 6HACKER'S
to that
forced me change opinionto
Snap this shackle to your CHASERS 6 1 2 2 schedule for the Middies of
salvage my own ego Now I lifevest before righting the boat. FLAP JAX 7 5 BEE'S 3 9 the U.S. Naval Academy is
believe that even a competent Then if the sails happen to catch GEMS follows 16th
September ,
7 5 TOP FIVE 3 9 as :
skipper will sooner or later the wind the boat won't FICEUR" and at
sail 5" 5 3 AIMD 2 10 William Mary
capsize a centerboard boat for merrily away without you. NAMTD 6 6 PACIFIC Annapolis; 23rd, Penn
one reason or another. Reentering the righted boat LEPRECHAUNS 4 4 LEAGUEW L State at University Park;
How to avoid a dunking will be tricky because it will be STIFFS 5 7 GOOD&BAD 9 3 30th Boston College at
requires too much space to swamped and have very little NATTC 3 5 SPARKS 8 4 Annapolis (Homecoming).
consider here, and more upright stability. Enter over the QUACKS 3 9 VP-45 N0.1 7 5 pctober 7th, Michigan at
knowledge than this writer has bow or stern while the crew holds SCRAMBLES 1 7 SPECIALS 7 5 Ann Arbor; 14th, Syracuseat
acquired so far, so I will confine it as stable as possible. CONTINENTAL LEAGUEW AFEES 6 6 Syracuse; 21st, Air
myself to what to do when it Then act as a counter balance L DRAGONS NO. 6 6 Force at Colorado Springs;
occurs. while they in turn get into the PATHFINDERS 9 3 SPLITMAKERS 5 7 28th, Duke at Norfolk
First of all be prepared at all boat. At this point you have the VP-62 8V4 3% FLEWEAFAC 5 7 (Oyster Bowl).
times for the possibility. Have choice of attempting to bail the HAWKS 8 4 HUNTERS 2 6 November 4th, Notre
loose gear tied in so it won't be boat and get her underway againor CHIEF'S 8 4 NUBS 1 7 Dame at Philadelphia;
lost. Put your crew in their to accept a tow back to the FUMBLERS 8 4 ATLANTIC LEAGUEW llth Pittsburg at An-
lifejackets when the weather dock. Usually you are just asking MARBKS 5 7 L napolis; 18th,Georgia Techat
worsens and you realize you may for another capsize while self COMFAIRJAX 3 5 RADAR 17 10 2 Atlanta and December
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And finally be sure you have an embarrassment of being FUMBLERS TOO 3 9 REBELS 5 3
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When you find yourself in the path. Now that you have gotten AMERICAN LEAGUE BUSCH LEAGUES 4 4
water your first responsibility is your crew and boat safely back to W L VP.45 N0.2 4 8 MOTORS& CYCLES CO.
the safety of the crew. Attend to the pier I'll leave you with the LATE CHARGERS 7 1 GUTTER DUSTERS 1 7 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
any injuries that may jeopardizea problem of how to get that DRAGONS NO. 6 2 CAG-20 0 4 PHONE 711.8244WE'RE
persons'safety, and assist your lifejacket off the masthead. SAWBONES 8 4 FASOTG 0 8
crew in donning lifejackets if -
necessary and freeing them from

entanglements with the rigging. FIRST t. NIMNICUT
Then concentrate on the boat. HAVING. OUR

Secure the extra lifejacket to
the masthead to prevent the boat
from turning turtle or burying the
mast in the mud. The boat itself
will act like a sail and if the
masthead is buried in the mud 1550 CASSAT AVENUE

the wind pressure on the hull
could bend or break the mast.
Drop the sails before at
tempting to right the boat. With
the sails up and sheeted they will
retain water as the boat is rightedand
weight could easily destroythe
mast.
Finally, drop the center board
and .climb on it to create a VEGASEDA ...--

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with you,we both ,'

( From Page 1C) lose! .r 1972

If the Fliers were determinedto
win over Albany, Pensacola
was equally determined to make
the Fliers fifth tournament game
their last. Through the first five
innings, both teams were evenly
matched with Pensacola scoring r: :aY

five runs in the second inning and
two in the fifth and the Fliers .
scoring three in the second two
in the fourth and one in the fifth.
In hits,Pensacola had nine and f WEEKEND SPECIAL

Jax had seven. In the sixth in- Stonda.d.quipnl.nt inducts bucket Matt,vin ?, =
pensacola put its j yllnlerler. drip meuMingt, Ml reminder tytlem OPEN
ning, however, ,and carpeting_VEGA, The bilk Car That PlUSOEAtER PRL 1: '
strength in the batter's box and :, Deet Everything wen.THANK'S r TODAY
scored seven runs with five hits
and added two more runs in the New -- O3etTla
seventh with three hits. The i 1972IMPALA til
Fliers failed to score in the last : : p.m. a
COUPE
two innings and the final score + to you our customers, for making SPORT .
.was Pensacola 16-Jax Fliers 6. s our first year at 1550 Cassat Avon : ., St.ndard Equip..nt IncId.s Tin. ri
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-- vo our biggest In sails In 31 ytari. P.w.r Dis. trek., and Prieas Start atfr.ight
Your support mad.it possible for us P.w.r St..rine. Add '
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EVANGEL .. and r.ur $ ,
to move out of the outgrown facilities S a 329 t
you've known as the"Big R" s i opti.nd r '"
ASSEMBLY OF GOD on.y.ar ago.We simply wanted to SS
thank you for making our new
5714 RAMONA BLVD. home possibl. and for SItting our in.wsal.sr.cords.
from Lane Ave Add fre frf and your favorite options.
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