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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 24, 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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of FLA. HlSTtn'Mad Foxes Return From SlgonelLa' :

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Jax VP-5's five-month ducting reconnaisance on developing a liaison with an orderof

deployment to Sigonella, Sicily Russian operations, VP-5 par- French nuns in Catania, Sicily. ,:
ended yesterday as Cdr. II. A. ticipated in many NATO and U.S. Each of the nuns is a practicalnurse .,Vr ,
Hoover, Mad Fox CO, landed exercises. and their mission is to aid '.
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here with the last three squadron Among the operations were the poor and destitute in the city.

aircraft. PIIIBLEX, Dawn Patrol, The squadron wives here cameto 4w ..
The squadron flew over 4,400 Cowlick and Good Friendship.When their assistance with a large x
hours of operational and training they weren't flying, the collection of used clothing that .
flights during the deploymentand Mad Foxes participated in an was shipped overseas via Project ...
passed a milestone in its active community relations Handclasp and distributed to the

history early this month: 92,000 program. nuns. 1 t
hours of continuous accident-free During the squadron's first Cdr. Hoover termed the .
flying accumulated over the last deployment to Sigonella, many deployment a success both from
ten years ago, they "adopted" an the standpoint of contributions to
years.
orphanage in the vicinity. Since national defense and international .
c This total is the highest of any then, on each return deployment relations."It .
operational patrol squadron in squadron members have is deeply gratifying to
the Atlantic Fleet.In revisited the orphanage and reflect upon the varied missions
addition to the assigned provided what the boys need that we have been tasked with
tasks of maintaining ASW and most-male companionship.VP5 and realize that these operationswere
surface surveillance over the continued its efforts at completed in absolute
entire Mediterranean and con- spreading good will overseas by safety, he said. Cdr. Hoover

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( Flared Trousers Ok'd :JA: t A I EI NEWSVOLT "


For New Dress BluesJax :'': : .l .Ij-( I --' '

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The CNO has approved a recommendation -"
30 NO. 23 U :. NAVAtrtlRS TIO' JAfKSONVIU E nORmA AUGUST 24, 1972
bringing back traditional Navy bell-bottoms, but this
>* time with a different look.

Moderately flared trousers have been approved for VAdm. Michaelis Visiting

a, wear with the new enlisted dress blue uniform, and with .. #:

e1r 11, officer and CPO dress blues as soon as they are Jax VAdm. Frederick Michaelis
-- COM-
:r: available.The
m NAVAIRLANT, is scheduled to arrive at Cecil Field at 2
=:; .r Uniform Board has emphasized that tailor-made p.m. today for a two-day visit.
'..;J flares which are not certified by the Navy Clothing and The visit will
Li.. be highlighted by two meetings
> Textile Research Unit are not authorized for wear. tomorrow.At .

a. Q All flares must meet the specifications and approvalof s t the first meeting, he will meet with area Senior
that unit.
Enlisted Advisors in the Cecil Field BOQ Lounge at 9
The optional uniform item will first be available in
a.m.
Navy Exchanges. Flared trousers will not be issued, 4 .
The second meeting, scheduled for 10 a.m. in the Cecil
The decision to authorize flares followed an earlier
Field Theatre, will find VAdm. Michaelis meeting with
announcement that double-knit fabrics. for dress blues
area wives.
have been approved.
Wives of husbands who are deployed are strongly ;

AK1 Gregg Selected encouraged Any'questions to attend.concerning the meeting should be, .

directed to Cdr. Breeding or PRC Farmer at Ext. 3531 or

Sailor Of The MonthJax VAdm. Michaelis 3532.


AK1 Delbert L. Gregg, Expeditious Repair
LadyBecomes
Clerk in the Supply Department's Aviation Support

Division, has. been named July's Serviceman of the
Month.

Gregg was cited for "an procedures in his section for '
unusually high degree of.per routing documentation more '
SeabeeJax : :' :
formance" and a "complete rapidly and efficiently which ... ,
y knowledge of his specialty" with have saved time and benefitedthe
. a "professional competence that end users.
SN Camella J. Jones has
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leaves little to be desired. ,
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Gregg responsible had her designation changed to
1< An extremely capable leader, monitoring and expediting all 3M
he has 'shown sound leadership Constructionman at NAS Kings- at ,
from p.
requests locally supportedunits
principles and his devotion 'to for ville,Texas, making her the first
repairable components
has to be a woman Seabee in the Navy.
duty proven being repaired for immediate '
favorable influence on, the men issue to squadrons to fill NORS- "Cam" has been working with ay t
under him. NFE requirements. the Seabees since reporting !' ;;
In addition, AK1 Gregg has aboard ,in December 1971, but
improvised several new Con't on Page 2 until now she did not have a CN 3
J JI rating. I

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, "1 AYd ment operator for the Public 4:(
/ a7 Works Department at Kingsville.
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news is Lt jg) Sherry '.-. .
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Robinson, also stationed at ." .
; Kingsville, who will soon becomethe '-\
i I'I' _ Navy's first woman Radar MATSG HELPER Edward A. Tanner, Traffic Manager for" :
Air Traffic Control Center Of. COMFAIRJAX, receives a Letter of Appreciation from Lt. Col. David ) .
ficer. A. Teichman, MATSG CO, for his assistance to the command The .
Lt (jg) Robinson currently has letter cites Tanner for a"Can Do attitude"that has been instrumentalin
'1 orders to Training Squadron 10 at enhancing the effectiveness and efficiency" of MATSG, proving :
r 'NAS Pensacola for four weeks of Tanner to be "a most able member of the COMFAIRJAX Marine ,

3t, .Groimd'Sc'hool training. Team." ;j.
Y4 'VS.; he'-will then report to NAS :#:x:.:w-xwxw: :::::: ::::::: :: :::::::::::::::::::::I::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
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.Grou'tf3! Control, Approach Office WIIA T'S INSIDE...
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TOP NAS SAILOR.. AK1 Delbert L. Gregg, NAS Jax Sailor of the Upbj;';.'completion, she will Menu Pg.2 Minority Relations. Pg.9 ';
Y Month, checks his records at the Supply Department's Aviation receive an Air Traffic Control Civilian News Pg.6 Sports Pg.19V&xvy

J Support Division. Gregg is responsible for monitoring and expediting designation Pensacola and for will duty.be assignedto :: ; : :*::.:.:.:.:.:.:-:.:.:.:.:-:.:.:.:.:;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;:::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;::::::::::::::::::::::- ;
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"Published by the Holt Publishing Company which Is In no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained here are not official expressionsof 4
the Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products'.or services advertised." \
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.. j [ Dressing Cake, ,Salad Chocolate Bar,Pudding.StrawberryShort Fried BREAKFAST Eggs to :Order Cooked, Home Farina Fried, 'k *

f Ii.. ... .... ....m ; ; Ii! 1 Sunday, Aug. 27 Potatoes, Choice of Pork Sausage or Alcohol, while a drug, can be

... .. .. .... ... .. ... .... ........... .. ...... .. BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Luncheon Meat Creamed Dried Beef, classified as 'an incomplete food.
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Order, Cheese Omelet, Choice of Orange Juice, Pastry Bar.
carbohydrates fat but it does
Sausage or Bacon, Home Fried or
Friday, Aug.2S plesauce, Creamed Style Corn, DINNER Vegetable Soup, Grilled contain
BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple Seasoned Brussels Sprouts, Salad Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Texas Steaks, Mushroom Gravy, calories.
to Order, Scrambled Bar BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Split Pea Baked Potatoes
Juice Fried Eggs Angel Food Cake, Vanilla w-Sour Cream,
Eggs Cheese., Choice of Baconor Pudding. Soup, Fried Ham Steaks, French Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Creamed
Potatoes, Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Pastry Style Corn, Salad
Ham Lyonnaise Saturday, Aug.2* Bar, Blueberry Pie,
Creamed Dried Beef, Pastry Bar. BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Fried Bar, Lemon Meringue Pie, Chewy Nut Lime Jello.SANDWICH.

DINNERS New England Clam Eggs to Order, Grilled French Toast, Bars. LINE: Cold Plate,
Chowder, Salmon Cakes or Grilled Maple Syrup, Choice of Luncheon SUPPER: Roast Beef, Brown Assorted Cold Cuts, Cheese, Potato
Frankfurters, Baked Macaroni w- Meat or Pork Sausage, Hash Brown Gravy, Parsley Buttered Potatoes, Salad, Baked Beans, Potato Chips, rn
Cheese, Seasoned Lima Beans, Potatoes, Chilled Orange Juice, Seasoned Green Beans, Buttered Dessert Bar.SUPPER .
Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Pastry Bar.BRUNCHI. Squash, Apple Dilly Cake, Butterscotch : Barbecued Frankfurtersor wW

Chocolate Cream Pie, Sugar Cookies. at 10 a.m. Cream of Pudding. Fried Fish Sticks Tartar Sauce, ff
SANDWICH LINE Cheese, Let. Potato Soup, Grilled Veal Steaks, Monday, Aug. 28 French Fried Potatoes, Buttered
tuce & Tomato Sandwich or Grilled French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato Cauliflower, Seasoned Lima Beans,
Hamburgers, Frankfurters, French Gravy, Pastry Bar, Salad Bar, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Salad Bar Sugar Cookies, Cherry NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Dessert Assorted Tarts, Brown Sugar Cookies. Order, Blueberry Griddle Cakes w- Pudding.
Maple Syrup, Baked Pork & Beans
SUPPER Southern
Bar. Style Fried Thursday, Aug. 31
SUPPER Stuffed Pork Chops, Chicken, Chicken Gravy, Whipped Choice of Pork Sausage or Luncheon BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Sunday

Brown Gravy, Rice Pilaff, Ap Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Meat DINNER, Pastry.Creole Bar. Chilled Plums, Fried Eggs to Order, Church School (all ages)
: Soup, Pan Roastof
Grilled French Toast Maple Syrup, 9 a.m. at Chapel Annex,
Pork, Snowflaked
Potatoes,
Chilled
Choice of Bacon or Ham, Hash Brown Divine Worship 10:30: a.m.
Apple Sauce, Mexican Corn, Brown Potatoes, Chilled Apple Juice, at All Saints' Chapel.
Gravy, Buttered Spinach, Salad Bar, Bar. Pastry
Peach Pie, Chocolate Youth Worship (Jr. and
Chip Cookies.
JTAX, AIR NEWS SANDWICH LINE Chili DINNER Tomato Rice Soup Sr. High) 10:30 a.m. at
: Dogs
or
Grilled Beef Liver or Baked Beef & Chapel Annex. Junior and
Grilled Ham & Cheese,
French
Fried
Noodles, Parsley Boiled Senior Youth Fellowship
Potatoes
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The JAX AIR NEWS I. Potatoes, Dessert Bar. Fried 1:30 at 722
a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Onions Buttered Fresh Carrots, p.m. Bldg.
SUPPER Italian
distributed' each Thursday at the U. S. Naval' Air Station, Sauce or Baked: Lasagna.Spaghetti. Toasted w Meat Buttered Spinach Salad Bar, Cream Evening Worship 7:30

Jacksonville( Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Cuban' Sticks, Parmesan Cheese, Puffs SANDWICH, Coconut Bars. p.m. at the Small Chapel

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Buttered Asparagus Tips, Buttered Sandwich or LINE: Submarine Tuesday

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Iced Frankfurters, French Grilled Fried Hamburgers, Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Potatoes
Jacksonville, by I200; noon on Monday before publication. News Lemon Cake, Pineapple Pudding. Potato Chips, Dessert Bar. P.m. at Rldg. 750 and
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Tuesday, Aug. Jt SUPPER Southern Fried Chicken Christian Science Service
BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Cream p.m. at the Small Chapel.
c, Gravy
,, 3119. Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto Whipped Potatoes,
; Cranberry Sauce,
Bread NAVAL HOSPITAL
Order, Baked Corn Beef Hash, Soft Buttered Dressing
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made or Hard Boiled Eggs, Choice of Pinto Beans Mixed Vegetables Boiled Divine Worship 10 a.m, at

available purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, Bacon or fork Mires, Pastry Bar. Peach Pudding., Salad Bar, Marble Cake, St. Lukes

creed, color, national origin' or sex of the purchaser, user orpatron. DINNER: Minestrone Soup, Baked NATTCProtestant
A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Meat Loaf w Brown Gravy, .Salad Worship
Bar,Turkey Ala King, Baking Powder
opportunities by an advertiser will result 'in the refusal to print Biscuits, Whipped Potatoes, Boiled Sailor Of Month Service Building 500.10:30 ..m. in

advertising from that source." Navy Beans, Buttered Broccoli, Apple t'on'l. from Page I
Turnovers, Sugar Cookies.

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and qupriPHcone..r"nl SANDWICH LINE: Cheese Lettuce Since reporting here in October CATHOLICSaturday

: such should foe directed to: Hamburgers& Tomato Frankfurters Sandwich or, French Grilled )letters 19. he also has received two St. Edward's Mass S Chapel.p.m. at

Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, DessertBar. of Commendation from Sunday Mass a.m. and 11
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY the NAS Jax CO, two Letters '.m. Daily Mass Monday,

,..; 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 SUPPER: Pan Roast of Beef, Appreciation from the of Tuesday, Thursday and
Supply Friday II 30 a.m. Wednesday
Natural Gravy, Snowtlaked
Potatoes,
Telephone 388.2155 Officer and Letters of Mass II .30 a.m. at
Seasoned Green Beans Hot Ap-
Spiced
predation the Naval' Hospital Chapel.
fleets, Salad Bar, Yellow Pound Cake, from the CO and
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"Like Father-Like Son" T


Reality For HMC FordJax


"Like Father-Like Son" was the order of the
day August 15 for the Ford family. j

Chief Hospital Corpman William H. Ford was retired. uP
from the Navy after 20 years of active service.

Not to let the Navy tradition falter, Chief Ford's son,
Robert ((18)) enlisted. the Navy the same day for six
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years.
Chief Ford, a native of Drakesboro, Ky., enlisted in ;
the Navy in 1953 and was subsequently promoted to
Chief Petty Officer. i t

Robert graduated from Nathen B. Forrest High in heard Most of Molly

June and will attend the Navy Data Systems Advanced very Loretta few know of

Electronics Training School after graduating from ban born lady of
Recruit Training at Great Lakes, Ill. parentage.
Chief Ford was a member of NDRC's commissioningstaff Madame
in New Orleans
and worked in Center's .
the Training Department.He time of the
is married to the former Myrtis L. Padgett of Key the Civil War
West, Fla., and plans to open an art gallery in the cast her lot
Regency Square Shopping Plaza after a short NEW OIC AT NAESU LCdr. Bernie Hassler (Left) Is relieved by with South.a wire She frame fitted
"retirement" vacation. LCdr. Alex Hilliard as OIC at NAESU. LCdr. Hilliard comes here her the shape of
from VP-44 in Brunswick, Me.Retired false mustache
ed the title of
I 1 I II Harry T. Buford
Tailhookers out for
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Schedule ReunionJax
i At various
ew: Madam

The "Retired Tailhookers" have scheduled a drop' her
guise to work her
reunion for October 13-15 at Daytona Beach. ly charms as a
The reunion is intended to renew old acquaintances, ate spy.
update those attending on modern-day carrier the battles of
Ball's Bluff and
) technology and hopefully, to arm them with recruiting elson with the
f tr.i literature and information for their local areas. volunteers,
I The reunion is open to any EX carrier pilot, but is not lasquez the 21st later:
intended to compete with the Formal Tailhook ment and
Association in any manner. Battle of Shiloh.

) identity Madame was 32205"f
twice but she
Without AdvertisingYou
posing as, a man
gagisff! in spying : !
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GOING OUTHMC William H. Ford and his wife,Myrtis,are piped
over the side at NDRCas Chief Ford's son, Robert,looks on. '

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TRAFFIC

From Puerto RicoJax VIOLATIONSJax

CVWR-20, including VA-203, has returned from

Naval Station Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico after

completing two weeks of active duty exercises in the The following is a report
of, motor vehicle accidents and
South .Atlantic. and Caribbean area.
Tne Air Wing's-- skipper Cdr. intensive training in air-to-air traffic violations for the period of

Edmond M. Peeks headquartered combat strafing bombing and Aug. 713.
here termed the exercisesa rocketry has been helpful in s
success saying"We Number of Accidents
are giving increasing our capabilitiesas
the fleet significant assistanceand This period 7
a viable pre-packaged tactical
the Navy is fully realizing we unit capable of immediate This period a year ago 11
are a significant force to contend deployment combat-ready and Total accidents this year 251
with not a paper tiger but an self-sufficient." Total accidents through this
active unit in reserve modeled "That is the mission of the period last year 205
Total number of days since last
after a fully-active Naval Air Naval Air Reserve today. That Is
Wing. injury in a motor vehicle ac cident
Cdr. Feeks praised the "wide- certainly our mission as we takeon GOING AWAY PRESENT. LCdr. Thomas K. Morrissey, Public 0
more and more responsibilityto Affairs Officer for VP-16's Unitas XIII detachment to South America,
open"Roosevelt weapons which range the at do our part in the Navy's over-. receives the promotion to his present rank from Cdr. K.W. Mirlse, Number of days since an injury
Roads gave all tasks of defense or offense squadron CO, as his wife, Sharon, and oldest son, Tommy, look on. last year at this time 51
much extensive
pilots a more
The skipper noted that a great "This is the nicest going away present I could have received", he said. Number of Violations
capability for extending the number of the pilots in the Air This period 24
realism of their aerial combat Wing veterans of the Vietnam
are Speeding 5
training than the confines of their conflict and that more than 50 New Air Fares Set Reckless driving 2

home bases might afford. percent are airlines pilots in Going through stop sign 4
"While the pilots were ob- civilian life.
For Overseas TravelJax Other Violations 13
viously enjoying the wide-open Cdr. Feeks also said that the Fifteen drivers appeared

training afforded at Roosevelt experienced members of the -Are you aware of the low transportation-not stand-by. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
Roads we recognize it has been ground crews have had an excellent cost travel opportunities now Some sample round-trip fares Aug. 17. Disposition of the
long hard and hot work for the opportunity to train the available on scheduled International are: cases included the following:
pilots and certainly the ground less-advanced, but increasingly airlines? Four lost driving and parking
who sweat several hours Boston to Nice, France $226
crews, talented :
ground crewmen. All
active duty military privileges aboard the station for
to the in the air the per. Washington D. C. to Rome
keep pilots by "Navy Air is heavily dependenton sonnel stationed overseas or : various periods; six were
hour in combat sortie after its technicians and never assigned to Navy units deployed $234 assigned to complete an eight-
sortie" Cdr. Feeks said. seems to have enough," he said. overseas their spouse and San Francisco to Tokyo: $297 hour course in remedial driving;
Feeks "The Norfolk, Va. to Manila
Cdr. explained : $589
dependent children are eligiblefor Honolulu to none received suspensions; eight
Bangkok $415
these fares. .', : were given warnings; none were
If you are not in the above dismissed; fourteen were fined
status now, you may be in the For more information con (U.S. Magistrate);and two were
near future so make a note of cerning these and other reduced referred to commanding officersfor
t., this travel opportunity. fares for parents consult possible disciplinary action.
Active duty personnel can fly BUPERS NOTICE 4630 of July Ten drivers were assessed
back to the states to visit home. 28, 1972. thirty traffic points.

Dependents can either fly
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Dinner: 11:45: a.m. to 12:05:
READY TO FLY Cdr. Edmond M. Feeks, CVWR-20 CO.,boards
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Monday,Aug.28 Combination Salad, Tossed Thursday,Aug.31
Cream of Tomato Soup, Boiled Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Chicken Noodle Soup, Turkey
Corn Beef with Cabbage, Bar- Plates, Fruit Cup, Fruit Jello, Cutlets, Spaghetti and Meat
becue Pork on Buns, Broiled Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Balls, Beef Brisket with Cab-
Chicken, Dressing, 7 oz. Chopped Cottage Cheese, Plain Jello, bage,7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish.
Sirloin, Fish.French Waldorf Salad, Kidney Bean French Fried Potatoes,
Fried Potatoes, Salad. Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Fruit Pie, Apple Pie, Almond Gravy, Green Lima Beans, Okra
Gravy, Turnip Greens, Corn, Cream Pie, Devil Food Cake, and Tomatoes, Peas.
Blackeyes. Assorted Pudding. Combination Salad, Tossed
Combination Salad, Tossed Wednesday, Aug.30 Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold
Salad,. Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Vegetable Beef Soup, Ham & Plates, Fruit Cup, Fruit Jello,
Plates, Fruit Cup, Plain Cottage Macaroni Augratin, VegetableBeef Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Stew with Rice,Pork Cutlets Cottage Cheese, Plain Jello, >
Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, with Applesauce, 7 oz. Chopped Carrot and Raisin, Stuffed iT
Cucumber Mix, Potato Salad. Sirloin, Fish.French Eggs.
Peach Cobbler, Coconut Cake, Fried Potatoes, Fruit Tarts, Strawberry Short
Apple Pie, Chocolate Cream Pie, Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Cake, Apple Pie, Pineapple Milo H. Jones
Assorted Pudding. Gravy, Pinto Beans, String Cream Pie, Assorted Pudding.
Tuesday,Aug.29 Beans, Spinach.Combination.
Cream of Mushroom Soup, Salad, Tossed Jones Selected
Roast Beef with New Potatoes, Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Cold DentalClass
Liver with Onions, Veal Cutlets Plates, Fruit Cup, Fruit Jello,
with Parmesan Cheese, 7 oz. Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Cottage Cheese, Plain Jello, Top Jax CivilianJax
French Fried Potatoes, Health Salad, Cucumber Salad.
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Egg Custard Pie, Banana ScheduledJax

Gravy, Great Northern Beans, Cake, Apple Pie, Fruit Pie, Milo Howard Jones would indeed be difficult to
Mr.
Mustard Greens, Peas. Assorted Pudding ,
The Dental a Computer Aid in the Data prepare a position descriptionthat
defines all of the tasks
Department 'will be Processing Department, has
performed by Mr. Jones. In
been selected Civilian Employeeof
$50,000LIFE providing classes in the Month for July.A addition to data clerk duties he
preventive dentistry list of his duties and operates a fork-lift,maintains the
INSURANCE for all interested responsibilities and a two and ADP warehouse, inventories
mothers of military one-half year history of supplies, runs messages and
dependent children achievements establish Mr. performs other tasks, menial or

$9 a monthMILITARY between the ages of Jones as a human dynamo.He important, with the same
characteristic enthusiasm."The .
is a data clerk and receives
: : : four and eight impact of recent
input data for computer per-
1 EN-'EFlr ASSOCIATIONUNDERWRITTEN beginning September processing in the form of punched sonnel ceiling reductions would

BYMCONY 6. cards. He assembles all the have been significantly greater
The classes will materials for a computer run, had it not been for people like Mr.
including properly labeled input Jones who are willing to carry the
show mothers how to
The MUTUAL Life Insurance
Company OF NEW YORK additional load."'
data, the run instruction book,
MARVIN BLACKMORE. GEORGE NICHOLS teach their children His to
ability the
tape labels and parameter cards, perform
358-1843 358-1843
or 771.3007 or 264-2454
plaque control and which furnish data to the computer duties of supply clerk has made it
will consist of two concerning the scheduled possible to eliminate that positionin

one-hour classes on computer run. the ADP warehouse; his

consecutive Wed Mr. Jones delivers these assistance in. physically
materials for processing and pulling and moving material not
I ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS nesdays.Classes will receives them after completion, readily available from the
beginat warehouse has saved valuable
I ..at 50-75% below normal retail"! i p.m., 2 p.m. and 3 refiles along with all printed run material reports. and He time; and his suggestions in

FRAMES GALORE CUSTOM FRAMING I p.m. and include a prepares the printed reports for storing,rearranging and labeling
5 Portraits In oil from photos movie, lectifre, and forwarding to the customer.Cdr. material in the warehouse has
practical plaque C.E. Harlow, the Data eliminated wasted hours of
instruction. Processing Officer, praised the searching.Mr. .
Schertle Art dedication of Mr.Jones,citing,in Jones also made a
Gallery
Appointments
may particular, the performance of suggestion for a 2-web add-on
smmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! : !: : ; !i! :: m:! "!mmm: ,! :m: != be made by calling his tasks with "diligence, ac- module to a 4-web decollator
1610 HIGHWAY 17 ORANGE PARKESTABLISHED 772-3504. curacy, and good humor." which saves approximately 150
Cdr. Harlow also stated, "It man-hours of computer aid time
per year;
He has volunteered to perform
NEW TO THE BASE? duties without pay in order to
1904 learn more about his field and his
your /iI11@lJIII1I@ffiJ@II attitude toward his work and his
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OMr can provide additional funds greatly to the operation of the

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PAGE 8 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER : I

" University Collecting

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: Material About Hero
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dI Baylor University is collecting .
material to tell future generations .
I r f. about the most deco
t
.t rated soldier in American his.
'ic tory, Audie Murphy.
)? < Q. / read that Congress should state that it is an ap-
;J : passed the Federal Coal Mine plication for benefits under The "Audie Murphy Papers"
'r. Health and Safety Act. Are the Federal Coal Mine Health will consist of photos, original
f t. any of my social security and Safety Act. It should correspondence and documentsthat
contributions going toward also show the name and so- reveal some portion of Mur
( paying for the "black lung" cial security number of the phy's Hfe.Baylor.
I benefits? coal miner and the address 9 9N
and telephone number of the is soliciting, from pri-
A. No. These benefits are applicant.Q. vate sources, original materialor
i paid out of general revenues. copies of materials that re
r They are not social security am a 62-year-old late to the late soldier and movie
teacher. I will not work dur-
actor. The Baylor University
benefits, although the Social
Security Administration will ing June, July, and August, Texas Collection will refund any
: administer the program although 1 get pay checks for RETIREMENT DK2 Dorothy Newcombe Is nominal fee (postage, copying,
these months. Can I get social FINANCE Finance Officer, as she etc.) relating to the acquisitionof
through 1972. After that, the security retirement benefits congratulated by LCdr. James B. Boyette this material.
Labor Department will be re- completes a 20-year career.
for this period
for the
sponsible program.

This law provides cash A. Yes. You are consid- Take New Look
ered retired in any month Filipinos
benefits to coal miners who
do not $140 inwages.or
you earn over I
are disabled by "black lung"disease

disease.A miners. who and to died survivors from the of you self-employment.aren't do working substantial in June Since workin At Those Who Abuse DrugsJax

July, and August, you are
claim for these benefitscan not earning pay in those American servicemenand drugs" which include the bar Illegal manufacture of any typeof
be filed by visiting or months. The paychecks you women stationed in the biturates and amphetamines.For prohibited drug carries an
writing letter get actually are earned dur- Republic of the Philippines, or the illegal importation of automatic life imprisonment
a to
security office. any social ing other months. just passing through that prohibited drugs, individuals can sentence,with the death sentencea
The letter country, face new and stiffer be sentenced from 14 years to life possibility. The cultivation of
AE2 Named penalties if they take the drug in prison and be fined as much as plants which can be used in the
Crawford route. 30,000 pesos. The same offensefor manufacture of prohibited drugs
I- The "Dangerous Drugs Act of regulated drugs carries a 6 to carries a sentence of from 14
VP-5's Top SailorJax 1972" went into effect recentlyand 12 year prison sentence and a fine years to life and a fine of up to
some of its provisions are of up to 12,000 pesos. 30,000 pesos, and the illegal
-. AE2 Michael H. with an unusually strong sense of among the stiffest in the world. Selling or distributing a possession of an opium pipe or
Crawford has been selected VP- duty.In. The new law replaces several prohibited drug, such as other paraphernalia carries a
5's Sailor of the Quarter. his most recent articles in the country's penal marijuana' ,will get the individuala sentence of from 6 months to 4
Crawford joined the squadronin achievement, he showed ex-. code which go back to 1932 and 12 to 20 year prison sentenceand years.
1969 and has proven himself to ceptional initiative and which were amended in 1958 to a fine of up to 20,000 pesos. If The "new look" at drug abusein
be a highly motivated individual professional excellence by include marijuana. such a drug results in the death of the Republic of the Philippines
designing, in his free time, a The old laws provided for the buyer,the minimum sentenceis can mean a bummer if you stick
simplified troubleshootingsystem penalties up to a maximum of six life imprisonment, with the with the "old look" of using
for the complex temperature years'imprisonment and fines of death sentence possible.Jax drugs.
Data System in the P-3. 10,000 pesos for various offenses
The accurate and time-saving relating to)the possession,use,or
Merit Promotions
method is now used by all of the sale of narcotics.In I
P-3 squadrons In the Jacksonvillearea. addition, the old laws did not
cover the abuse of such drugs as The following positions Supervisory' Production
tz In recognition of his selectionfor barbiturates and amphetamines.The have been advertised under the Controller A-c), GS-1152-12 ((86-
the honor, Crawford has been new Act provides separate Jax Merit Promotion Program 72)); Closing Date 9-6-72.
authorized a four-day liberty penalties for varying offenses since our last issue: Employees are urged to look
weekend, exception from all connected with either Fire Chief, GS-081-11 ((82-72)); for the Merit Promotion Announcements
watches this month, the use of a "prohibited drugs" such as Closing Date: 8-30-72. on the official

specially marked parking placein opium and its derivatives Maintenance Superintendent, bulletin boards in their work.... .
front of the squadron workingarea cocaine, mescaline, LSD, and GS-1601-12 ((83-72)); Closing Date areas at least once a week.
AE2 Crawford and a $25 savings bond. marijuana, and "regulated 83172. They are also encouraged to
Military Pay Supervisor, GS- contact the Employment Office,
545-9 ((84-72)); Closing Date: 9-11- Ext. 3448, or the Rating Branch,

72.Aircraft Ext. 2320, Civilian Personnel
Brasso presents : Ordinance Worker, Department to inquire about
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Blacks SimmerEDITOR'S Cobfclci.: SCHOOL SALE !

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NOTE: The following article is one of a b SEE OUR COMPETITORS FIRST THEN LOOK AT US
series of articles in the Jax Air News intended to solve
FUNKY f NEW
STYLES- TVED
problems through understanding and communication. !

By Chief Clarence Scott k FOR TEENS BACKTOSCHOOLBY
NAS Jax C.A.R.E.Center
FAMOUS MAKER

The dictionary definition and the implied meanings of some
everyday words are sometimes miles apart.

Consider this situation: Seaman Jones, a Black, is late for a dental
appointment, so he takes a shortcut across the lawn.P.O. Smith,a
White,sees Seaman Jones walking on the grass and yells, "Hey, boy I $5
Get off the grass!t" ,
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Seaman Jones becomes angry and snaps at P.O. Smith, "Look,My R a PR
name is Jones, I am a Seaman in the Navy. I am 21 years old, 190 1 t'1 1p.
pounds,six feet tall and I do not appreciate being called a'boyT'! COMPARE
Why then are blacks offended when addressed as "boy"? During g. 3.f AT $10.12'
the time of slavery in America, the words "sambo" and "boy" were
used extensively by whites when addressing or referring to black .
slaves. A black slave was"boy"from birth until 65. At age 65,he was ALL POPULAR N\ y.
honored by being addressed as "uncle". fN COLOR XV, rb "
Why were blacks never addressed by their given names? To ad COMBINATIONS
dress a slave as John, Sam or Bill would have been giving him some LIFE Is sometimes a pain In the
dignity,in a sense,elevating him to a level reserved for whites. neck, says Susanne Benton, who
Slavery was a system that had to be rigidly controlled. One methodof called recently, "Cover appeared Me Babe.in a Who'll film CHOOSE FROM MANY STYLES

controlling slaves was keeping them dependent, docile and child. volunteer to work out the
like. kinks?

In all civilized societies, titles are accorded to levels of progression BOY'S GIRLS
(baby,boy,man,mister,sir,etc.). However,the black man in slaverywas
not given this respect. He was born as a "boy"and died as "boy" r KICKY STYLESGreat
unless he was honored as ."uncle",
Now that blacks are aware of the facts, they are offended when Styling but
addressed: as "Hey, boy!", "You, boy!" or "Boy!". In our everyday down-to-earth prices
duty performance we may be doing things that offend someone else
and may never know it unless it is pointed out and explained.Most .
of us would not intentionally offend one of our co-workers, so
we must get to know him better. We must know what makes him tick, QUALITY GOOD
what makes him simmer and what makes him boil. FITTING STYLESOUR

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Auto Prayer"Lord I


impress upon me the great responsibility that is $39.9au
mine as I take the wheel of my automobile. As I need thy trees
guidance in all things so now. especially do I when I have
life and death in my hands. Give 'me always human life. I
When I would b$ careless, remind me of a deep reverence ,..are friends to wildlife.
for and a desire to protect homes where there is sorrow Nuts,fruits,seeds,buds and
t and loneliness, of the hospitals where broken sufferingbodies tender bark are wildlife staples.
t lie in anguish because someone forgot. Trees give shade shelter and
I Write indelibly upon my conscience that each time I protection to nature's creatures. 49.9
take the wheel of my car, I am a potential murderer; that ,
in a few careless moments I could be face to face with dire .only you can prevent forest fires'1: it)
tragedy for my own family as well as for,others.. POPULAR
Lord, grant me control of my car and of myself at all SIZES
times. Help me to live lawfully and peaceably, to save ., .
life and not to destroy it, and so by example to lead People disabled since child-
others to,do the Amen." Author Unknown
same. ( )
hood may be eligible for social SEE OUR SELECTION OF CLOGS!
.security.

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The J.O.W.C. has -

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t are also reminded COMPLETELY WASHABLE CANVAS
that VAdm. Michaelis Std. Equipment
,
COMNAVAIRLANT, will Includes: REGULATION GYM SHOES
Front disc
speak,tomorrow at 9 a.m. BrakesWheels MEN'S, PRICES START
at the Cecil Field Theatreto covers
the wives of husbands Nylon carpeti 4 Door r BOY'S 189
White wall tire 2
who
are deployed. PHONE 389 4561 SEDAN

Delivered In Jax. on approved credit Including tag; sales tax, } 3.99
dealer prep transport and title lees Apr ?.71 percent Interest 4,99y
I'' S342.77 Doc. stamps S3.00; unpaid balance. S2U7.; total 5.99J
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I: Georgia A Fishing And Hunting Paradiseo 1.T



THIS 245-mile trip of scenic driving of the Cherokee Nation.. Facing the Memorial finest! mansion thousands in all the of acres Cherokee of land nation.and

share with your family fishing in mountain Arch at the city limits is a bronze He owned home has handsome
The
streams, wading in cool pools at the foot statue of Sequoyah the Indian scholar 300 vas fascinating "floating" stair.
!
of waterfalls and hiking along rhododen who invented the Cherokee alphabet. mantels compartments.
dron and laurel trails. Drive four miles northeast on U.S. 41 and way and secret

Drive to the top of Kennesaw Mountainto Route 225 to NEW [ECHOTA onetime capital CHATSWORTH. roar MOUNTAIN 'f'

relive one of the fiercest Confederate. of the Cherokees.A thriving community 158m. 5 miles east, affords many ,;:.::,\,\.
Union battles, and to Chickamauga Military of stores, homes a print shop .and STATE PARK, vistas. Lake Conasauga 13 ;
Park. One leg of the tour connects government, buildings New Echota was breathtaking northeast is the highest body of
with the Dixieland Heritage Trail, which the capital from 1825 to 1838, when the miles If"
in Georgia. ;.,
water
you may wish to drive on your regular va Cherokees were forced westward. Returnto south U.S. 411 through woodlands
Turn on
cation. It goes through the Carolinas, U.S. 41 and on to. of hemlock and pine. Join U.S. 41
Georgia, Kentucky and Tennessee. Beginat and Marietta into
any point, or 84m. RESACA CEMETERY, located to the and bypass Cartersville
START by following Int. 75 and U.S. 41 right of U.S. 41. Ageless magnolia and Int. 75 to. Mexican-Americans: served havevaliantly the
northbound from Atlanta. oak trees shelter the graves of 500 Confederate various
245m. ATLANTA. United States in

18m. MARIETTA. At the MARIETTA NA soldiers. military campaigns
CHICKAMAUGA&CHATTANOOGA the history of
JL throughout !
TIONAL CEMETERY on Washington Street 98m. DALTON is the center of the world's Rlflggold this country since New
10,158 Union soldiers are buried beneath tufted textile industry and a gateway to NAT. MIL. PI(. 2'P Mexico became a part of
memorial monuments erected by their
the CHATTAHOOCHEE NATIONAL FOREST The FORT MTN. the U.S.
home states. Large native trees and 71 Street, served as Dalton ST. PK.
HUFF HOUSE, Selvidge During the Civil War
shrubbery maintain an elegiac quiet over headquarters of Confederate General CHATTAHOOCHEE2 Spring PI.NAT. Mexican-Americans i divided
the dead. The CONFEDERATE CEMETERY on Joseph E. Johnston during the winter of .fOR: their allegiance be-
Powder Springs Street on the slope of a 1864. It was from here the invading Sher 16 Chats tween the North and the
hill, entombs more than 3,000 Confederate man started his campaign to Atlanta. Go :RE8AC/1'/ worth South. Many of these new
soldiers, guarded by old cedars and rememberingtheir
Americans
north on Int. 75 to. NEW
magnolias. Leave Marietta on Route 120 ..0CalhWECHOTAJ defeat at the handsof
westbound.approximately five miles the Texans who were
113m. RINGGOLD. Proceed on Route 2
you'll come to 225 now a part of the Confed-
nine miles to. '
N 0 the Un-
23m. KENNESAW MOUNTAIN NATIONAL 0 eracy,fought for
while others served
BATTLEFIELD PARK. Start at the visitor ion
122m. CHICKAMAUGA AND CHATTANOOGA 41ETOWAH 411 the Confederacy. Later
center and museum by viewing a short NATIONAL MILITARY PARK,commemorating some of the Mexican-
film. You will appreciate more fully the the tremendous battle fought bl Americans who had joinedthe
Battle of Kennesaw Mountain if you take near the banks of CHICKAMAUGA CREEK on INDIAN Cartersville Confederacy defectedto
the walking tours conducted by the ex September 19-20 1863. It resulted in MOUNDS* G-"Allatoona the Union Army.

perienced National Park Service guides. the Confederacy's greatest victory in the 3 lake Following the Civil War,
There is also a hiker's trail up the mountain West,butwaswondearlywith 18,000casualties 41 many New Mexicans join-
for the more energetic. Reaching the and ultimately the Confederateswere ed various militia organi-
summit and standing in the cool mountain Marietta
driven from the Chattanooga area. KEN NESAW YIN. zations. These organizations -
air it is difficult to imagine that one Roads through the park are lined with NAT. protected the new
of the most destructive battles in American over 1,800 markers and memorials,which BATTLEFIELD 120 state from rustlers and
history took place on this site. However tell the story of valor tragedy and vio PARK other bandits who were
Sherman's March is evidenced by lence. The woods and fields are maintained terrorizing the area.
the cannons, trenches and markers'scattered at the Atlanta
approximately as they were Tour Route *
for 800 feet up the mountain. Return time of the battle. Be sure to stop by the ij Interstate Highway Numbers Over 90 percent of the people
to U.S. 41 and drive north. On the
at the north
VISITOR CENTER AND MUSEUM
eli-
this
right is LAKE ALLATOONA, formed behind gigantic entrance to take advantage of the excel. (EU. S. Highway Numbers reaching 65 year cash are social
Allatoona Dam. It is one of the best lent,Park Service displays. Ask the historian [[oJ] State Highway Numbers gible for benefits.monthly

water sport resorts in Georgia.the junc on duty, if you have any questions. If 1'2 Approximate Mileage's security. .
tion of Route 3 into. ---
go .
time permits,visit the other areasof Chickamauga
51m. CARTERSVILLE the center of Geor. and Chattanooga National Military VISITOR: CALL

gia's mineral belt. West of Cartersvilleoff Park-Point, Park on Lookout Mountain WAYNE SHRUMAn
Route 61 are the ETOWAH INDIAN Missionary Ridge,.Signal Point, and
MOUNDS; one of them 65 feet high, is Orchard Knob.On your return south, leave associate of

among the largest earthen mounds left the park on Reeds' Bridge.Road, Route 2, BLANDING AGENCY Inc. ,
anywhere in the country. Retrace Route to Ringgold, then pick up Interstate 75 :, ,
61 and take Route 3 north to U.S. 41, south and return to. REALTORS
which closely follows the course taken by .' '
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Sherman on his march to Atlanta in 1864. 146m. DALTON. Bear left on U.S.76 to... REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS

78m. CALHOUN. Once this town on the 155m. SPRING PLACE. The restored 5102 Blanding Boulevard
Oostanaula River was the very heartland house of Chief Joseph Vann once was the Phone 771.9513

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VALUABLE ARTICLES IN YOUR HOME IS AVAILABLE AT
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FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK at LAKE SHORE. 4617 San Juan Avt 1Zll ]

FIVE POINTS GUARANTY BANK 800 May St. :." a f Q 1il(i

FLORIDA J JR COLLEGE, Cumberland Campus, Bldg. C-58 = -- ;-
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MURRAY HILL BARNETT BANK. 340 Edgewood Ave. 1

NORMANDY ATLANTIC BANK. 6545 Normandy Blvd.

WESTSIDE ATLANTIC BANK. 4328 Blanding Blvd. tHItUJ,1II(5UdiAsk ;

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JOIN OPERATION IDENTIFICATION AND STOP A THIEFI/

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"Operation Identification" is an excellent plan for burglar-proofing your homel I With an easytouse about our Badcock
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Florida Driver's License Number.Fill young Navy families just starting out.BISHEDl9ECGJ .

out the card you will receive and return It to the Office of the Sheriff where It will be kept on

file for identification purposes. ,

Affix decals (which the Sheriff's office will send you) to your front and back doors to warn a
would-be burglar that your house is protected by Operation Identification.! He probably will not HOME, FURNISHING CENTERS
enter..and you will have STOPPED A THIEFI rUII. ,u?. .a.Piucas.'LOO"COYI",..a..Nora a?'1"'..o.awf

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:: Voting Information Iji Financial

..
\ Problems ?
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l Members of the Armed Forces unable to do so in the future. P ;
.Ins i and their families who desire Complete information on state + w When you have decided you
.'; localized partisan information political party headquarters including r need extra money, but find that
J' on the elections being held during addresses is contained in you cannot borrow it from a
I:r 1972 should contact the political Defense Information Guidance credit union, a bank, a savings
party headquarters in Fact Sheet eight "A" eighteen and loan association, or througha
t-t" their state of residence. The ((8A-18)) distributed to the field ..... life Insurance policy, there are
League of Women Voters which in February. This informationhas ..A / q still other sources you can ex-
I," formerly distributed such information also been distributed to information plore.
. has informed the Department offices through the ." 1P However, If this is the case,
t;; of Defense that it will be American Forces Press Service. ex your time might be better spent

analyzing your financial situa-
tion and seeing now you can cut
NEWDIFFERENTSEALING!! borrowing.expenses or in other ways avoid


Sources of cash loans that
: might be available-but that
lM { hryr should be used only as a last re
10 > : sort-include personal finance
INTO THE FLEET RESERVE CSl Newton Hartman loins the companies and pawn shops.
\N\\c\E. rFAF Fleet Reserve as he and his wife are piped over the side at Galley One Because personal finance com-

after 21 years of service.Drug. panies require Jess collateral and
take greater risks, small loan
\&
companies charge higher inter-
r: est rates than do credit unions
HotlineDial banks, savings and loan associa-

.... P tions, or insurance companies.
ML .
from 8 to 42
1 Rates range per
2900 cent a year, but are regulatedby
state law. The federal truthin
lending law requires that the,
loan company quote you the an-
: nual percentage rate being
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; * **. * * * * * charged if you do borrow from
,) this source of cash loans.
SEe OUR toto
) Small loan companies that do
SEXY SIX-PACK business by mail charge rateson
the high end of the scale be-
\ SHOW cause their risks are greater,
..... ALL TOPLESS
dealing only by mail.
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RATED \:: .' .. I The Goddess of Fire- The pawn shop is one of the
JEANNIE THOMAS oldest sources of loans. Becauseof
THE jk the high risks involved, ratesof
LNE Swingin'UNDER I j interest charged range up to
: TOPLESS 7 I 120 per cent a year. Another financial -
1t SteWardesseS GO-GO GIRLS disadvantage to the bor- '
ADMITTED, rower is that the item he puts
........ SIX NIGHTS WEEKLY IN THE LOUNGE 4-$ P.M. up to secure the loan (often
.
EVCIVNC tRAEGER>MGA STEEGtfl MARGMT SlGU URSULA MARTV Du CId by MICHAEL THOMAS I 4 pm til 2 amZ1rnT
television set, or some
Products IRVIN C OCTRICH.IN EASTMAN COLOR*A HtMWMEM PICTURES sans jewelry, a
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s.w s 1 other personal possession) is
711.2))1 ; usually worth considerably more
E BLUEr than the amount of cash he can
1 * 1080 CASSAT AVE. 388.9016* * borrow against it.


Whenever you have a specific,
reasonable need for emergency
or additional cash, seek advice
:I PLEASE EXCUSE before biting at the first (or

,. most easily available) carrot
:' held out to entice you to bor

the inconvenience. row.Your unit commander or his
representative is usually glad to
,ir' help in working out the wisest
<<
: : ":' 7>?:f: Em dP< 8t.n\:! twnCir; 0r: ?; 7:1rXZ; : : il, solution Often he to your need for cash.

:: I 1\' ROOSEVEITMAU t SHOWNG. l".CENTEtf, ." : Yes!' We are still reasonable can suggest money a reputable source-
'' "' and may be of help in arranging -

t N vv. rr lf f 1 here, standing I by loan.a credit union or local bank

,. ,, "":" : A :: .: ,<,., "PARKiNGLOT ,. to
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d:" : ':''":" :: <' .b<: 14: :"* :':::% '" < ready serve

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;;\ ;f you what steps to take in solving
x:.; -\ ENTRANCES 4M! Mall office them.

I i You probably know that your
ihit.\Jr. Service has special aid society
I g :: NEW CONSTRUCTION r :::: : that
can provide financial
,.,. I l, ; f7 0)S){ ;+tf" aid in situations emergency'such as-

11 n .,..p...l <. '. During the new construction at a family death or serious illness.
The Red Cross also helps Serv-
I Roosevelt Mall, we recommend that
ice
members in emergency situa-
{ . .. you enter the shopping center by tions.
{ !}: }: :r
TRAFFIC ,,, 'V( Wabash Avenue. You may park In
LIGHTS O f... AVENUE the lot behind the Credit Union and

I WABASH[ : I y use the rear or side entrances. Jax s GreatestFURNITURE

,v. Thanks' for harder I
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.,.. PHONE 314.1391 Tel.317.5622 or Base Ext.2431 772.9894 or Base Ext.215
.' -v .I Hours: Mon.Frl.10AM.S:30PM: Hours!Mon.Frl'AM.4:3OPM: Hours: Mon.FrI$:30t.N.3:3OPM'
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67 BMW

1600, Radials, Abarth exhaust, $1100.

HOLT PUBLISHING Publisher COMPANY |: CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING r TRANSPORTATION 264.2032 after 530.: ,


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CUSTOM MADE SUNFISH CHEVROLET IMPALA
JAX AIR NEWS
NAS I CALL: 388-2755 Marine plywood flberglassed, mast, 2dr. sedan, AT, PB, PS, Fact. air,
Jacksonville i boom, spar, lines, & trailer Included Elec. seats, R&H, Exc cond., $1400.
Ads Should be mailed to arrive not later than $400. 246.0279. 765.19)7, Aft. 5PM or anytime
E.
Tuesday for publication weekends
LATWINGER the
following Thursday.
Ads
i arriving too late for this CHRYSLER
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE deadline will be
i published
the fOllowing week unless the TOWN &COUNTRY WGN.
I publisher II Instructed otherwise. A check or Many luxury extras,low mileage, well
I
=i received money order u/iVJ'.J"for the full cost of the 'ad must be Kept. Call 384.4976 for appt

4747 San Juan Avenue the copy for the ad. I LOOKINGFOR
71 JAGUAR XKE CONV

Jacksonville, Florida .. RATEt Per minimum charge((3 lines) $2.00 PS, PB, AC, AM.FM, Wire wheels,
additional line((4 words per line) .SO Stereo tape, S4000 Call 387-4400 aft 6.


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r "---", H \ \ ," II !t 69 Chevelle Super Sport "396",'

.. ...H: : '}) APARTMENT SALE WATERFRONT h Bucket. seats, Vinyl top, speed, 1 CAREER?
EAT owner No dealersl! $1495. Phone 737-
r.. EMPLOYMENT: ml Buy si Must Sell I Orange
[ ;. .. :, Moving and can't take It all.A Park 8894.
sample
: .. ... .....: ..:::::;.:::;::::::::::::::::::;:;:::::::::::::::;=;:; of Items Include: Simmons Hide.a.bed 3BR FR with, 2VjB corner, approximately fireplace and 3,000 built-in sq. ft. 71 OPEL STATIONWAGON If you qualify

(Contemp),Chair& Hassock, Cocktail and are willing to work, It
JOBSIJOBSIJOBSI I End tables, B&w TV, Washer bookcase.. Custom draperies and wall- $2200. Is possible to earn as much as
Shorthand Secretary, Dictaphone to wall carpets throughout. Gazebo 264582771VWSUPER
Dryer, Slat Benches, Single beds $20,000 per year within 3.5 years.
Operators, Typists, Clerks, linens, dishes, pots & pans, etc. Most, with dock outdoor entertainment facilities, You would be working under a
with
Keypunchers. Items less than 2 yrs. old. Priced to water and electricity. three year finance plan, starting
HIGH PAY NO FEE Electronic garage door op ner. Built. BEETLE
sell. All Items salary negotiable. Call
marked
Come
Call Norrell & in
Temporary custom
color kitchen
Browse. Sat. appliances. $1700 Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn, U.S.
396.5371 9.5: Sun. 10.5. La Costa
Central heat and air. $65,000, can be 772.9729
Brava Apts.Apt. 151,207 Confederate Navy(Retired), Sales Managerwith
refinanced $13,000 down, $350.
Point Rd. mo. Metropolitan Life Insurance
LOCAL PART-TIME SUPERVISORSNeeded Phone 7721165. Don't miss
(conventional
.
mortgage) Phone for
for fast growing California this_chance to save $$. appointment. 264.2682.MIDDLEBURGAREA. 70 TRIUMPH GT-4 Company at telephone number

corporation. 268.5977, 771-692?. MINIATURE Assume note at Credit Union.. phone 356.2621 if interested.
POODLE
772-0533 after S. r-
WORK WITH WINNEBAOO Black male, 19 mos., outstanding ..
4 retired Chiefs and First Class pedigree, 786.3391 or 354.2801. 1 acre Mobile Home tracts In Sun-

already are. Mechs Electricians, nyslde Farms. Call 264.2086.
Metal workers, etc. Call Bill/ Cross TYLER'S AIR COND. SERVICE '
We service Auto AC
,
(CPO Ret.) 6412612. Central Units NEW HOMES
and Window Units. Reasonable. 3 & 4 BR, 2 .
WANTED 4711 Palmer Lake Shore 388.5161 baths, Built In Range,
Someone with electronic experience to Central Heat, Prices from $19,900.

work part time on TV's, Stereos, & AKCDOBERMANPUPSExc. Terms. Edw. O. Lyon, Broker. 389- VOlKSWAGEty IJVC .:..
train for Sewing Machine repairs. pedigree, Vom Ahrtal 1 line. 0361.
Exc. temperment & confirmation. .
7271 103rd
Inquire St. 7711850.
264.5258. WE BUY& SELL EQUITIES
KINDERGARTEN ASSISTANT Call us for quick service.
& Teachers Aide. Small private CONSOLE STEREO Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 7815511OPENDAILY8T08JOSATURDAYITO

school. AM.FM, FM Stereo, Contemp. wood 4543 Wesconnett Blvd.
3560116.Experience preferred. .Call cabinet. Exc. cond., Call 772.8566. 771.3052 737-3164 : $

.., .. .. ,. .. ... .. ... CHIHUAHUA PUPS CASH SUNDAY 1 TOPM

2 females,5 weeks old.$30.each We buy,sell and trade equities. 69 AUSTIN HEALY SPRITE. $1395
ftl1t1t iill 772.7191 Louise T.
771.3605 Bailey Broker 69 KARMANN GHIA. AT, AC, R&H $1795

GERMAN SHEPARD PUPPIES NORMANDY ACRES 68 VW SEDAN. $1450New
BE A DISC JOCKEY AKC,White
Call 355-2944 for a 772.1690 after 3PM 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road Paint, R&H, AC. ....*.?r-,df
frontage, V to 10 acre tracts. Land Is
Recorded message by 72 VW DELUXE BUS. ,' $3095
Scott Edwards APPLEBY TENT TRAILER the best investment for the future. q'

COLUMBIA SCHOOLOF Sleeps 4,Like new.$190. Other tracts available over Southwest R&H, 12,000 Miles. '
Jacksonville.
BROADCASTINGHome 264.4297 r Wynne Realty of Florida 70 VW SEDAN. R&H, AT, AC. :v. $1795

School 389.5514 389.8507 72 HONDA CB 450. ',' '. 'f
1902 Van Ness San Francisco

Home Study IlltltllIIJILARGE 72 DATSUN 240 Z ; ", ,

Not affiliated with CBS Inc. 11t.1lt"111! ii '
Approved for Veterans&Servicemen FAMILY 'AC, AT, AM-FM Stereo, 1,000 .Miles:

Local 1 of fleet/ 601 Fla. Natl. Bank Bid;. You need this neat 4BR home w.Den, 67 VW SEDAN. R&H, New Paint $1195

BIRO, Cent. Heat & Air Cond., Lg. BEING TRANSFERRED? TWO 70 VW SEDANS. R&H, New Paint $1695 ,
GEO GE'S KENNELSEst. corner fenced lot. Very clean. Immed. Let a retired Navy man who understands
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. possession. YOUR problems managethe 70 MGB. R&H $2295

Pick up & Delivery Available. Louise T. Bailey rental of your house until you 67TRIUMPH SPITFIRE $995.
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. Broker 771-3405 return to Jax.Bartleson .
Mastercharge fc BankAmericard ,O'Neill& Payne, Inc. 71 POP TOP CAMPER._ R&H \ $3495

accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 A DREAM HOUSEOn 1147 So. Edgewood Ave. 71 VW KOMBI VAN. AC, R&H $2995
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. 2 large landscaped lots, sprinkling 388.9311

system with beautiful large oaks ORANGE PARK 67 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT. .

NEW RCAand ZENITH STEREO Brick pump house, 1 yr. old seperate 2 BR., Apts. furn., or unfurn.,. Four wheel drive, Ex. Cond. :" $1095
Consoles 24x32 Hobby shop in rear. This Immaculate Dlswasher, Carpets,
Drapes
with
some AM FM, tape :
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate home has 4 bedrooms, 3 Elizabeth Apts. 771-1405 or 771.3355. ONE-1970 KARMANN GHIA t ;>
baths plus 2 car attached garage and "
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. New paint, R&H. $1895
CANOE TRIPS
an attached covered patio, 106x10 ft.
wide. Half day or full day. Arcadia & 1971 VW SQUAREBACK.AT .

LIVE CRABS $55,000 Firm Bradford Outpost. Santa Fe, It. R&H
factory warranty. $2595
Wllford's Fish Camp Charles R. Mobley.Realtor, '/. mi. so. chtucknee,Suwannee t Peace Rivers.
264.9107STEREO 'of Black Creek on Hwy. 17, Green For information. 1-813.927.7001. 1970 VW FASTBACK. R&H $1795

Cove Springs. 284.9365, 284.5475. 1969 VW
COMPONENT ORANGE PARK 3BR 2Bath SQUAREBACK. AT, R&H $1995

TAKE UP PAYMENTS HIDDEN WATERS LR, DR, Fam. Rm., 2 car garage, 1969 VW FASTBACK. AC, AT, R&H. $1895
Brand Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots $250. mo. 264.4586 or 264.4614. Ask for .
new, left In
never used, lay-a TWO-1970 VW BUSES.
available. Excellent fishing, boating, LCdr. Mills.
way. Professional turntable, plays all
size records, head phone lack. swimming. Mobile Home area. High, FURN.MOBILE HOME Deluxe, passenger, R&H. $2495
wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E.
Balance$61.or$9.per month.Call 398- 2BR, 10x60, 1 acre lot. Orange Park.
SEDANS.
209, LaRue. 725- 1969 VW
Lake Asbury on No.
1683, ask for layaway department. Couple or 1 child. No Inside pets. $100.
3992. mo. 264.6835 evenings New paint R&H. $1495 to $1595

LAWN MOWING& EDGING HASEVERYTHINGIII3BR HOME FOR RENT ON E-1968 VW SEDAN R&H. $1350
call Hart WB, Den, Lg. LR & DR CH&A, 2BR, new ,tile bath, kitchen furn.
771.3211 Ext. 8340 lust repainted. Lots of strg. Carpet & Interior recently redecorated. $125. 66 VW SEDAN. R&H $ 795

drapes.anxious. Many other extras. Owner mo. 353.4339, ask for Mike. Nice Selection of other Model VW's
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER
Original cost over $200. Looks & runs Louise T. Bailey COMPLETELY FURNISHED2BR
like brand new. Cash balance$89.95 or Broker 771.3605PRESCOTTARIZONA AC, w.w carpet. Also, 3BR, AC, 7 00 % GUARANTEE!
Ricker Rd. & 103rd St.
$7.50 mo. Rayfields 6437 Wilson Blvd. ww carpet.
Cony. to Cecil 8. NAS. 771.7384.
772.8936. Offers best climate In the state. We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspection.

A Historic old ranch developed into 2. WILMAR APARTMENTS Then we tuned up/tightened, and,replaced everything that needed It.
Mac ALPINE Prescott Air Conditioned 2 bedroom, Living And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
Local moving & storage specialist. acre homesltes, near $19995 room, Kitchen,. Brfst. nook, parking major mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on in and
Licensed and insured..355 6357 or 354 National Forest Two acreas: double check.
write Mrs. space for 2 cars, water, sewage,
1022, low terms. For full details
Nights 771.8949.SEWING .
garbage, lawn service, Furnished
A.L. Young Glenarm Land Co., 2233 ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
$120, Unfurnished $100. plus 4
percent -
MACHINE North 7th st., Phoenix 85006. ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
1972 DlalAMatic sewing machine, .sales tax. 387 2541 weekends, 389

never been, used, was Mother's Day CEDAR HILLS 744. .
layaway and never picked up. Only 3BR, 2B, concrete blk., Range, wired

$48. balance due. Purchaser left area for dryer, 8 fruit trees, fenced, Ig. MOBILE HOMES 1 I DOMESTIC SPECIALS!

and we are unable to locate. Machine storage rm., plus 7x10 steet storage

may be purchased for $48. cash or $9. bldg. $550. down. 69 MERCURY MARQUIS
WAGON. .
$1795
387.1213 ,.
per month. Will take older machinefor VanSandt, Realtor -
part payment. Full home trial, no SHORT OF CASH7RENTING' Loaded, As Is.

obligations Call 398.1683 'ask for QUICK MOVE IN
layaway department.Great 3BR, 2B, Carpet, Drapes, BIRO & Use our Rental Purchase Planto 69 CHEVELLE STATION WAGON. $1295
dishwasher. Cent Heat & Air Cond. get Into a home of your own. AT R&H. $!
,
Escapel Price Mobile Home Center
Double car garage. Lg. fenced lot,
SEE LUCAYA-FREEPORT Westwood Manor. 10607 Atlantic Blvd. 66 BUICK SPORT WAGON $995
GRAND BAHAMA
Jax 721.2444
T.
Join us on our next weekend Inspection Broker Louise Bailey W460S Sunroof, New' paint, AT, R&H

flight '69 KNOX MOBILE HOME 69 BUICK RIVIERA $2495
$100 per COUPLE BUDGET HOME 2 bedroom, partially furnished, $3900.
'(Option Plan: ) IncludesALLIFllght.HotelMeals.Gulded Tours 16750. VA will buy this 3BR home w Phone 772.0533 after 5. Air, All power, Vinyl roof ....

Den, Carpet & storg. Just repainted
Land flight,
Sales Next
Presentation.
t JUSTISS PARK
TRAILER
inside 4
f Sept. 15.17. For reservations call: out.Louise T. Bailey 1 Qtr mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern I11tS

,: VIRGINIA E. BELL Realtor Broker '". *" trailers and apts. 389.3007. '1 -i'] ll1 Lii ,
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Correspondence CoursesBeware .


I False Sales Claims,, Know The Law I


I EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second and final in- even been assessed penalty fees. recognition to accrediting course Servicemen and women I''
Degrees agencies which accredit such should:
stallment of a two-part series on commercial CONSULT THE EDUCATION
Chartering laws in some states schools and programs.For
correspondence courses. make possible the existence of OFFICER. This should be the
Selecting a commercial ,approved by a State approving "degree mills" schools whose non-degree programs in Serviceman or woman's first step
correspondence course involves agency when they meet practices amount virtually to the private or commercial and first stop. It is essential that
making several important MINIMUM requirements of the sale of degrees with no real correspondence schools, the they get reliable informationand
decisions. Many servicemen and academic value.Prospective Accrediting Commission of the experienced guidance and
women have made costly law.Approving agency means that students must be National Home Study Council has assistance in selecting a
mistakes because they lacked eligible veterans (Servicemen) especially cautious about been recognized by the Com- correspondence school.
authentic information. may take such courses and correspondence schools which mission of Education. The education office may
receive G.I. benefits. claim to offer degree op- Fewer than 200 schools, 'a provide aptitude testing to help
Here is some useful Information However, since the approval portunities. fraction of those with the Serviceman decide if the
that will help Service criteria are minimal, such approval AccreditationThe correspondence courses approved course is appropriate for him.
personnel in selecting and does not assure that the Federal Government has for veterans' benefits,are School accreditation can be
enrolling in a commercial course offers quality training for no authority over the centralized accredited by the National Home checked and reliable educational
correspondence course. the course objective. curriculum of educational in Study Council. advice may be given.
Approved for Veterans? Refunds stitutions. Accreditation does not mean CONSIDER OTHER OPTIONS -
The phrase "Approved for Failure to refund fees for Accreditation has, therefore, that institutions are equally Is correspondence study
Veterans" on advertisementsdoes cancelled courses is a major developed in this country as a strong or that a single insitution the best way to achieve the goal?
not mean the school has cause of complaints. voluntary, nonGovernmentalmethod is equally strong in every course.. For many it is not.
been approved by the Veterans Many students who have quit of certifying the qualityof What accreditation does meanis Veterans who did not completetheir
Administration. The VA does not their courses before completion educational institutions and that an institution is main- correspondence courses,
\' approve correspondence schools. either fail to apply for a refund, their programs. taining, at the very least, the when asked if their selection
Under the G.I. Bill, the law or have difficulty in obtaining The U.S. Office of Educationdoes minimum standards required by would have been different if they
provides that a State agency not reimbursement for the uncompleted not rate or rank individual the agency for accreditation.What had known rates of completion
the VA) will approve courses for portion of their correspondence schools or Should Be DoneIn for the courses, responded to the
veterans training.The training.In courses within the schools. deciding on whether to takea General Accounting Office
courses are, therefore, many instances they have However, it does grant commercial correspondence (GAO) as follows:
32 percent would have enrolledin
the same course; 5 percent
would have enrolled in a different
course; 57 percent would have
i S roe K3Dis tearninc cemer considered a different form of
J,' education; 5 percent would not
have enrolled in any education
training program.
The Kadis Learning Center is a special kind of RESIST ADVERTISING AND

school with a specialized staff and program. We are SALES PRESSURE..Be wary of
dedicated to the development of the child with (Cont. Page 16))

;. average or above average intelligence who has .
'SurplusAuction
problems in learning.

; If your child is suffering these problems, you-

and he not alone. There and .
'I' -are are many theyare : :

1t1! being .helped.,Why-vnot call usfor a conference.and...o.', ...... Jax The NAS Jax
? <' Disposal Facility,
preliminary diagnostic test
located
: south of the
', ,.;.
"( main gate, has

A ,scheduled a govern-
ment surplus
: PROBLEMS PROGRAMSThe EVALUATIONA property auction for

11"' Children who evidence any of Kadis Learning Center is comprehensive diagnosticand August 30.Registration.
the following symptoms may- dedicated to the development of evaluative testing procedureis will
have a learning problem-: the child with average or above- provided each child: start at 7:30: a.m. and

; average intelligence who has _. the auction is
,; < a learning problem and offers a' scheduled to begin at
-', specialized program with: 9 a.m.,
,
Items to be sold are
Overactive ,*.> Qualified Staff ., ,,0 t Psychological-Personality located at the
Poor Reader s r r.f K Individual Instruction Evaluation 0 .-... .....,-.:. ", f disposal yard and the
Short Attention Span ". ./ ', / Perceptual Development Academic Abilities Battery public is invited to

Daydreams '. Speech and Hearing Therapy Speech and Hearing inspect the property.
Fidgety ", ) \ Reading Remediation Evaluation Persons under 18
Poor Concentration -Summer Classes Vision Analysis
Withdrawn J JO Children Per Class Preliminary Interview and and anyone con-
nected
., Awkward or Clumsy 1 Teacher.1 Teacher'Aide Program Conference with the
Defense
k ,.' Temper Tantrums All Academic Subjects Perceptual Motor Screening Property
Easily Discouraged Ideal LocationAir Complete Physical Disposal Programs,
Reverses letters; words Conditioned Classrooms Examination their agents, em-
t. 'V: Speech/Hearing/ Difficulties '" ployees, and immediate -
.
Emotional Problems r families are

?,j', Frustration '; !J. .. .wi1I.Y ... \ \ excluded.
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The Kadis Learning Center conducts case confer The Kadis Learning Center works in cooperation LOCATED FOR
1. ,' ences wherein the specific learning disabilities of with parents. Diagnostic test results and specific CECIL FIELD, NA.S.
r each child are assessed. Recommendations by the recommendations are given to each parent. Con- CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,
professional staff for the remediation of specific ferences are conducted between teachers and CHURCHES AND
;: learning problems provide the basis for instruction parents to Insure a cooperative attitude toward the SHOPPINGAREAS,
+ < ,
ti' 'r: 'y : ':
and therapy. 1\I: 0' -
concern of the child
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Take
103rd to Firestone;
Rd.,
Turn South 2 Blocks
: w :, FULL SESSION THe KlDIS teartma censer Past Fbrrest High School.Q10LONIAL.

M1. STARTING SEPTEMBER 5 if{ See our brand new building at...

( 217 JOHNSON AVENUE
t LIMITED ENROLLMENT POOREST
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ORANGE. PARK 32073

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I 72;No Nonsense No Problems- .:


Jax- "Walk! Get the shoe out of the !
rffthesldeslGctthefoodoffUiedecklNobotUesgfipool Patch" was available to heavy to throw and complainedthat 1800the( small pool will not be ;

One bounce! qualifying youngsters between 8 nobody cut the grass Inside open); Chief's (707): Open .
I Hey and
area you get out of the pool! 12 which permitted them to the pool. Saturda and Sunday through .'
Don't go off backwards! Okay, kid. Fifteen minutes on swim without adult ac. The pools will be open September 24th from 1200 to 1800;
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the side. companiment.The regularly until Labor Day, after Malnside (36): Open Saturday |4
If one of the above shouts ever pool with most of the their lifeguards are praised by which the following schedule goes and Sunday through September24th
greeted your arrival at one of the "basics"listed who supervisors and, as anyone into effect: NATTC (419): Open from 1200 to 1800.
? concerning requirements frequents the pools may tell daily except Thursdays from 1100
base pools, you might have health, dress
hesitated before entering the uNo cut-olfs" is and behavior you, they are worthy. The senior to 2000; Officer's (10)): Open on After September 24th, the indoor
facility. It seems a lifeguard and healthit is a rule 01 dress guards are Cherie Glaraton, Saturdays and Sundays through pool will be open for
preferred that a Bonnie Hamaker, Tom Harrltt September 24th from 1200 to11I1. basewide use.
rarely says anything so, whenhe standard swimming suit, and Colleen Shannon _
used ; ___ .
.fI.!: \1P
shouts, it takes some
getting only for swimming, be worn. The other guards are Bill -'
used to. The base pools have 6een Gortney, Mike Walsh, John 1'b
Intact, if you study the guardsfor virtually trouble-free this Schoenbeck, Jon Motes, David p
a while, you will find that the summer with only a couple of Stafford, Robert Lightcap,
pools are under constant scrutinyas accidents. One child sliced his Monica McAleer, Charlotte I
they maintain the safety and shoulder while playing with other Chenoweth, Stephanie White, II II I
security of all who use them children in the locker room at Billie Boyette, Robert McLin- .J I
All pools have rules. Here at pools 36 and 37. At 419,a child cut tock, Carla Glaraton, Kathryn .,
NAS, they are basic rules, his foot requiring medical attention Lightcap, James CroWell,
founded on common sense. "No and only two children Michael Johnson Addle
running"is a common sense rule.It required guard assistance while Grosskopf, Lindsey McConney;
should also be apparent why in the water at pool 707. and,in the capacity swimming
bottles are not allowed, as well as The children are the ones the instructors, Cathy Nichols, shj
food, toys,unnecessary pool gear guards must be most cautious in Nancy Nichols, Ellen,Smalling,
such as rafts flippers snorklesand supervising. A 12 year age limit Mary Ann Perry and Monica
face masks.A is placed on young swimmers McAleer concentrated on
list of rules is posted at each without their parents. A "Pool teaching swimming and water 1 a
safety to 900 military dependents a. *
during the summer.In .

MOBILE CITY questioning the guards (
themselves, their main complaints t tJ
MOBILE HOMES center around the
repetition of yelling out "No
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r Fair QUALITYSERVICE. 1 can't Some wear dissent cut-offs.was found concerning '
Dealing Fafr Price
( FOR snakes in the drainage rr.lll 9i 1
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FRONT KITCHEN WITH UTILITY ROOM of sandspurs and grass from LIFEGUARD STAFF Sixteen of the base's twenty.flvt lifeguardsand
LIVING & FRONT DINING ROOM MODELS i LESS around pools 36 and 37 and swimming instructors art pictured on the 3-meter dive at the
2 OR BEDROOM-MODERN SPANISH MOtS S42U, EARLY AMERICAN leaking from a pump room Officer's Pool: Bottom row, left to right Cherie Glaraton (on Udder),
USED & DOUBLE WIDES causing standing water in locker Kathy Lightcap, Adelle Grosskopf, Stephanie White and Bonnie
BBBBBBB MHHMBHBBBBMHBHBBI rooms and restrooms. Hamaker Second row, I. to r., Ellen Smalling, Colleen Shannon
MOBILE CITY SALES '((1 Block East of Regency)] Boredom also seemed to Nancy Nichols, Monica McAleer, Charlotte Chenoweth and Cathy
dominate their thoughts. A few Nichols, and on the top row are Mike Johnson, Bob LIghtcap, Tom
guards found the too Harritt and David Stafford.
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Protection
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I Quacks' Are Still With Us



Jax Those traveling "medicine
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thing of the past, bu.the problem of "Quacks" is still see in with the us.westerns. on TV are a

The term -quacicery" en The -- --
electrocardiograph
compasses both people and :records action of the which is attempting to suppress -y'
heart
products. The "health praci i special guage shows the ; a his wonderful discovery?

tioner"whd has a "miracle cure" |pressure; X-rays blood Is this "miracle" drug, device,
medical training is record ab or diet being promoted in a
but no a i normalities within the
quack, and the drug or food However, there is no body.machine sensational magazine, by a faith
supplement promoted with false which can diagnose healer's group, or a crusade
health claims is a quack product.The machine that has impressive i by simply Does the promoter show you
turning a knob
or flashing ..
lights "testimonials" >Y
; on the wonderful
knobs and dials but
i no apparatus .12
can reduce
excess miracles his .
does nothing except take weight product or services
money by vibration
; no glove have
or performed for others?
out of the pockets of the un- bracelet
suspecting,,is a quack device. i radiation.can cure arthritis by for Is the product or service good 4 ::

Broadly speaking quackery is Sometimes quackery real a vast variety of illnesses,
even or fancied?
misinformation about health. I involves legitimate
devices. It is What
Can You Do?
Three types of quackery are |practically
impossible to get If a that
person suspects he is
false claims
common: for drugs
]properly fitted
eyeglasses or the victim of
there
quackery, area
and cosmetics silly food fads dentures
; i
by mail order
for number of things he can do:
and unnecessary food supplements 1. See his physician or inform
devices. ; and fake medical CharacteristicsQuackery his county medical society. ...

has some well. 2. Get in touch with FDA-
Their promoter's interest is not defined
< characteristics. J If your either at its district Office
to protect or restore the coni i answer is "yes" to any of the nearest him or at headquarters,
sumer's health-but. to separatehim I following questions it is 4 R
very 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville, 11
from his money. 1 likely that you are one of the Maryland 20872. : kro .F ,.
The scope of quackery in drugsis I thousands of people who are 3. Ask the Better Business w a

enormous. It includes cures for I being victimized by quackery: Bureau about the reputation of
baldness among men (which is Is the product or service being the promoter.

incurable) ; chemical "face offered a "secret remedy"? 4. If the drug or device was

peels" that promise new youth Does the sponsor claim he is promoted through the mail, inform COMFORT seems important to Lara Lindsay. She's certainly well-
but may bring permanent t battling the medical profession his local post office. cushioned here. And there, too.DOLPHIN.
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[ J : SOFTBALL Smith found Olson's pitching to to NAMTD. Win or lose, the
t" c Slowpitch: VA-66 was involved his liking as he banged out 3 hits NAMTD faithful give both great
< In the only action seen on our in-three times at bat, while 1st vocal and moral support to their
,; I local diamond last week, and sacker Strunk nipped a big VA- team; in fact, the old Brooklyn
< they broke out of their hitting 66 rally in the bud by executingan Dodger fans sometimes pale in
< doldrums with a bang, lashing unassisted double play. contrast .As of this writing,
.: j out with a total of 36 hits in their eleven teams are entered in the
I ( two games. RAIDER RAMBLINGS: We touch football league for this
that Ed VA 174 with the Incomparable
,
recently reported Tongesof season.
The Beechcraft T-34 from the Jax Navy Flying Club starts to taxi
. } Admin started, and pitchedtwo Don Jackson at the
A6613,VC-2-2. Fuller had a down the runway.Come.
scoreless innings against VA- helm have established them-
homer and 2 singles, Sullivan a
1\ 12 in Admin's successful bid for selves as the team to beat.
double and two singles and
; the station intramural fastball With Us
Fly
Teveri 3 singles, while championship. Naturally several Although shrouded in a cloak of
Treadaway Wallace, Garza and ..
I 1 people have inquired as to whywe mystery, (they practice at
winning pitcher Olson chipped in credited the win to George Yellow Water) rumor has it that Jax Navy Flying Club locatedat third on order, one Piper
t with 2 singles each in the rout. Loy rather than Tonges. Rule 12, the Marines intend to offer some Herlong Field is sponsoring a Cherokee 180 and a Beechcraft T-
Pharr, Groesbeck and Cook hit 2 stiff this membership drive
Section 16a of the Official ASA opposition again year. commencing 34.Because
safetys apiece for the"Dragonflyers" Softball Rules state: "A pitcher August 30 at Jax NAS. One of the of reduced rates 'on
", shall be credited with a win when While speaking of the Marines, aircraft will be displayed in frontof aircraft rental available to
.. VA-66.17, NAMTD -0. VA-66 he is the starting pitcher and has Sergeant Joe Billoti! is to be the Navy Exchange. In- members, the cost of obtaining a
his formation about the club and pilots lisense or just flying is
sent 15 batters to the plate in the pitched at least four innings and congratulated on fine
opening inning, and when the his team was not only in the lead coaching Job during this years membership applications will be considerably less for those who
--- final "out'.was recorded, 11 runners when he is replaced but remainsin softball season. The Marines, available. A special initiation belong to the club.
had come across the plate. the lead the remainder of thegame" although beset with transfers and discount will be given as well as a Anyone interested in learningto
Sullivan, Trimble, Rengo and ''. Ed pitched well, but other service connected free introductory ride to those fly or joining the Jax Navy
Juhasz each contributed 3 hits in no brass ring Tonges can problems proved to be a well who join. Flying Club is encouraged to talk
VA-66's slugging barrage. console himself by likening his drilled, excellently disciplinedteam to any of the club members attending
actions to the fable of Peter At and one which never gave The Flying Club has recently the display aircraft at
NAMTD was not exactly The Dike The most enthusiastic up trying. Other managers woulddo acquired a new clubhouse Navy Jax August 30.
without their own individual softball fans on the well to take a page out of Joe's complete with air conditioning.Their Information may also be obtained -
heroics: local scene at the moment belong book. complement of aircraft by calling 77M543 or 786-
r includes two Cessna 150's with a 0858.

i J.UB: :: VA-81's Deep Sea ExpeditionThe

MOBILE HOMES Sunliners of Attack first class petty officers were

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:::: 12'wide 2 bedroom :::: their field, including telling ticipate-strictly MEN only. The
; j completely furnished 1 fish stories. On Friday, July 28th, boat left the marina loaded to fq
the Sunliners booked the
capacity with both fishermen and ''
:::: plus :r'r :: "KINGFISH" party boat which ,
beer.
Fishing .
expertise was
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tt Mayport.The boat was scheduledfor WILLIAMS and
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3115 LEON RD. PHONE 7244454 an entire ,day of deep-sea while the delicate art of
East of Par 3 Golf,off Beach Blvd. fishing and beer busting. All the beer consumption no the high 5821 San Juan at Niblick
squadron's officers, chiefs, and seas was l left to AQ1 "MildMannered" Phone 344-4406

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Since relationship between the officers and heating
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THEY'RE STANDING Swim Team Completes Summer SeasonJax I


The 300 Club and The eight-and-under The 10-and-under boys

i. the Gainesville Golf and girls medley relay team had Mike Scott taking the

Intramural Bowling Country Club were cosponsors took the third place medal bronze medal in both the

of the final In- with Connie Baltes, Donna 50-yard back and free:
AMERICAN LEAGUE W L CONTINENTAL LEAGUE vitational Swim Meet of Jeffries, Jacqui Brennockand events.
the summer season for the Pam swim-
W L Kangas Starting off Tuesday
CHARGERS 16 4
LATE 15 5 PATHFINDERS 19 5 Navy Jax Swim Team last ming for Navy Jax. The evenings events with the

SAWBONES 13 '7 CHAWKSIRJAX 19 9 weekend. eight-and-under boys team 200-yard medley relay, the
ADCOP 11 9 CIIIEFS 14 6 Robin O'Leary lead the took the silver medal with Navy Jax 13-14 year-old

BEES 10 10 MARINE BARRACKS 113 10 7 Navy swimmers in the 13- Tim Mason, Erik Scimler, boys team took the second
BOOZERS 10 10 HURRICANES 9 15 14 >ear-old girls events Jamie Brennock and Paul place medal with Mark
l VRAGONS No.3 7 6 10 9 FUMBLERS 9 11. with a third place medal in Scott swimming in the Mason, Ronald Alvarez,

TOP HACKERS FIVE 5 15 ADPERS DRAGONS No.4 8J,1 11 the 200-yard individual medley relay event.In David Springer and John
3 17 VP-62 9J,1 11A1MD / medley, the 100-yard back the eight-and-under Scott sharing the honors.

HOSPITAL 4 4 14/12 and free, the 200-yard free individual events Pam Kerry Fitzpatrick swept

NATIONAL 'GUE FUMBLERS TOO 20 events and a fifth place in Kangas won the third her two events by winning
W L the 100-yard fly. Diane place medal in the 25yardfly the gold medal in the 100-
NAMTD 10 6 Kangas took the fourth and John Brennock yard free and fly in the 13-
FLAPJAX 10 6 Navy-Marine 'w place ribbon in the 200-()( placed second in the 25- 14 year-old girls events.
WOMEN'S LIB 10 6
GEMS 10 6 yard individual medleyand yard free and fly with Jim Scott won the gold

LEPREClIAUNS 9 7 Bowling. a sixth place in the 100-()( teammate Paul Way medal in the 100-yard fly .,...
FlCEUR 8 4 Scores yard back and fly and the taking the first place and the silver in the 100-
CHASERS ,7 2 i/-- 200-yard free event.In medal in the breast and a yard free. Teammate Jim
STIFFS 5 7 W L the'15-17 year-old girls fourth in the 25-yard free Murray won the second
NATTC 4 8 MAGNIFICENT-7 33 15 competition Susan Fitz- event.
place medal in the 100-
TIlE DRUNKS
QUACKS 3 13 32 16
SCRAMBLES 1 15 KINGSLEY MOTOR'S 29 19 patrick won the gold yard breast
TIlE BOWLING TEAM 24t 23J medal in the 50-yard free .
THE SLEEPERS 24 24 and the third place bronze :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-':::::::::::::,
ATLANTIC LEAGUE IT'S ON ORDER 23 25 medal in the 100-yard fly.
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SEMPER FI 23 25
Susan also placed fifth in
RADAR 17 5
15 GREEN MACIIINE 22 26
REBELS 13 3 MURRAY'S LUNCH 18 30 the 100-yard breast and k. ORGAN-HORN
TARS 12 4 GUESS WlIO'S 11J36J sixth in the 100-yard free. & VOCAL
DRAGONS No.1 12 4 Jim Scott placed sixth in
B USCH BUDS 11 5 TOP INTRAMURAL the 200-yard free event in :: z, Monday through Saturday
CHIEFS 9 11 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
GUTTERDUSTERSII 5' 11 BOWLERS the boys 13-14 year-old :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

VP-45 No 2 4 12 Jax Dearmg of the events to finish up the SPECIAL RATES per person
BUSCH LEAGUERS 4 12 Rebels team lead all the team's scoring.The FOR SERVICEMEN $6.0 0 double occupancy

FASOTG 2 14 intramural bowlers last Navy Jax Swim Entertainment nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge A Dine at Biter's Seafood
CAG.20 1 7 Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
week as he came up with Team then followed their Swimming, Pool, Free Undercover Parking.
the only 6O0 set of the showing in Gainesvillewith
PACIFIC LEAGUE week He rolled a 610 set an excellent per-
\ W 'L With of 192-229-1. formance at the Florida "
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I 7. Pensacola Wins 6ND Sailing I

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JAX SPORT BRIEFS .
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Jax The NAS Pensacola
Sailing Team won the 6th Naval 4
District Sailing Championshipsheld 4E
at the NAS Jax Marina last

: ORGANIZATIONAL played with the NORLANT week.
t, Pensacola finished first in 10 of
in the All
MEETING FOR TENNIS team -Navy
the 12 races held for 3514 points.
Jax An organizational Championships. NAVSTA Charleston came in I
meeting for the upcoming second with 19 i K points and the > 1.
Intramural Tennis season FOOTBALL TICKETS Navy Jax team came in third A \

will be held on Wednesday, STILL AVAILABLEJax with 19 points. y ,
The skipper of the winning
August 30 at 9:30: a.m. in There still lots Pensacola team was Dave 'CLOSE COMPETITION These three boats are shown jockeying
the Conference Room of are Pallesen with his crew consistingof for position as they round a turn in one of the 12 races held for the 6th
Bldg. 704. All commandsor of tickets left for the Jack VanLoan and Mike Naval District Sailing Championship which Pensacola eventually won.
units interested in University of Florida vs Duprel) Skipper for the '
asked to the University of North Charleston Day Sailer was James : 0 0Th1MNNT !: CL A AN(! $ L
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participating are ISCOUNt to M' ITA Y ItIVU.
Carolina game to be Moore with D. B. Johnston and
send team .SfU V'CI"'R.SO"'NeL' '
a representative .
played in the Gator Bowl W. A. Eichner filling the crew
to the meeting. positions. Paul Overton was the
December 9.
skipper for the third place Jax
FLIERS BASKETBALL The tickets regularlysell team with William Kachergusand Vour,m0 t i *
TRYOUTS for $7 but are being Alan Posniak as crew Mobile Home tittltri

,, Jax Coach Carl Hat- offered to servicemen at members.Pensacola is now participatingas .., >
tabaugh will be starting the Special Services Ticket the 6ND,representatives in the Sstro homes
practice tryouts for the Office for $3.50. The seats East Coast Sailing Cham-
Navy Jax Fliers are in the east stands near pionships being held at Annapolis X Miles South of I 2fS

Basketball team at 5:30: on the goal line. Md.

September 5 in King Hall.

For contact further Coach Hattabaughat information ( f% p

Ext. 3184.OFFICER'S. WMtTL r:
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Wives Bowling League will

start on September 7 at 9 ,
a.m. at the Bowl-0-Matic .

Lanes. Anyone interestedin

joining should contact

Jill Mullane at 264-5167 or

Patsy Harlow at 2647217. .

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FORMER FLIERS MAKE

ALL-NAVY TEAM

Jax -- Two former

i members of the Jax Navy '
,
t" Fliers Softball team \4\4 j \ T .

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. ; recently participated in '
I : the All-Navy Cham- ,

? pionships and were chosen !
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Championships to be held h 0,

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beginning August 28. A0h'.4 '"1.bE qv. i..s 0.
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played for the Fliers last .;'.p. 9,, 1>, ,

year, was the winning "'l'...'..O". 1)<<(01),",l. -Ii''"
I pitcher in the All-Navy I IS.: '';9" It/,"ef,. '

Championship game that, 1,1.'..40'.',IJ0.1..ct'\ ., ,
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SUBFLOT 1 won. i I's 1)ef,., '.
ADJ1 Don Stewart, who 0,};,/.''. .
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