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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 31, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Jax ,- All too often serviceman tries to go too far in too short a

.., time on a weekend liberty. On& long weekend like Labor Day, the'
temptation to overextend is greatest. I

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Sure, you can drive a thousnad miles round trip on a long weekend .n

liberty. You might even get a chance to spend more than a few hoursat ,
your destination if you push your car, yourself and the law to their 1 a t n
limits.

On the other hand,you might not get there at all.

According to the Insurance Information Institute, 24 servicemen
won't be going to the beach this Labor Day. For them, last year's
three-day holiday ended not only the summer season,'but also their zrL {
lives. ,dP1la', fi1.rA

Only these statistics live on as grim reminders that caution on the
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road is not an "ought"-but a "must". VbM.
Over this year's 4th of July holiday, 21 servicemen went out on their
last liberty. Unfortunately,it's just part of the larger national pattern.
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A total of 820 Americans lost their lives in auto accidents during last 1 r s

year's Labor Day weekend,and the toll for the last 4th was 950. .
While the number of military persons killed may seem small, the .Ady
percentage is about the same for licensed service drivers as it is for
licensed civilian drivers.

However, when the number of men confined to base, ship, or duty
station is taken into consideration, the percentage of military per-
sonnel involved in auto fatalities is much higher than the civilian puK. Y Sw' tdri

rates.
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As a serviceman, the odds against you becoming a statistic may be

greater than those for the average civilian.
Following a few simple rules can prevent that happening:
1. Buddy up. Take someone with you to help with the driving or justto
"Rap" with you when you're night driving.

2. Observe traffic laws, especially speed limits. 2 Awards For Hospital COJax
3. Don't drink before you get behind the wheel.
4. Don't try to go too far in three days.

Z DRIVE,CAREFULLY,. ONE FATALITY IS TOO MANY!!
,. Capt. Paul Kaufman
Director-Commanding Officer of the new

r f Jacksonville Naval Regional Medical Center, has been awarded the Meritorious

!, i.J. ",.., I Service Medal and the Joint Service Commendation Medal. ". ..:';f


The Meritorious Service Medal "meritorious service" while
Traffic was presented for "outstanding serving as Personal Physicianand

meritorious service as Chief of Medical Advisor to the
+ n. .t.wr.. Professional Service at the Naval Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
FlowChanged Hospital,National Naval Medical
"His round-the clock
A Center, Bethesda, Maryland"where sibilities included respon-
.t 0 accompanying
Capt. Kaufman"greatly
the Chairman on numerous
enhanced its continued growth
global trips" and he
was
and reputation. "unyielding in his attention to
"Under his high-quality
duty and worked
guidance, a new chapter in effective exceptionallywell
Jax-,, Approximately 6,000 with all personnel assisting
Win. 1Ir motor vehicles come onto NAS patient care, medical the Chairman in fulfilling his
Jax every weekday morning education and clinical research duties.
between 6:15: a.m. and 8:15: a.m. has been accomplished at
and about the same number Bethesda." The awards were presented by
THE ONLY ONE-Cnarles' R. Meyer, Facilities Manager at the Navy departs between 3:30: p.m. and The citation accompanying the RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis,
Exchange, receives the Joint Service Commendation COMFAIRJAX.
Department of the Navy Outstanding Service 5:45: p.m.
Award from Cdr. D.F. Springer, Navy Exchange Officer. Mr. Meyeris of this M.Ifnl cites Cant, Kaufman'
Seventy-five percent ___ __, .......... ,.
believed to be the only' civilian in the PT"" -
employee Navy Resale Systemto heavy traffic load uses the Main
receive the award. Gate while 25 percent uses the \
West Gate. I j gv x t t .

NAS Jax SquadronsCited The NAS Jax traffic load is

',r.t: steadily increasing as'new ac-
tivities and Tennant Commandsare $ i '
added and another contributor *
For RetentionJax
to the problem] is the fact

that mdre and more retirees are yi'

-NAS Jax and three of the According to VAdm. Michaelis, settling in the area.
squadrons stationed here have the high monthly rate is "most As every NAS Jax commuter tiU
been cited by COM- commendable and Indicated well knows, even slight ,disrup- "
NAVAIRLANT for exceeding the command attention and a sincere tions at the gates during peak !

Navy goal of 31 percent retentionof effort.". periods cause massive traffic

first-termers in July. jams and, with the base loading (;:' -
"Within NAVAIRLANT
NAS Jax, had a retention totalof we steadily going up, the situation '
reenlisted 246 out of 1069 eligible :
44 percent; VP-5 reported 50 hasn't been getting any better.To .
personnel for an overall retention
percent; VP-49 retained 33 Increase the station's oncoming IBIS
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percent; and the ,Hurricane rate of 23 percent. and off-going traffic ...

i' Hunters at VW-4 reported 41 "Especially noteworthy was capacity during peak periods, '

f. percent, improvement in the carriers with Birmingham Avenue will be 'I It
! VP-45 was tops in the squadron USS AMERICA at 26 percent made one-way inbound the entire

. retention battle here,reporting 83 leading the pack. length of the station weekdays DOUBLE CONGRATULATIONS-Capt. Paul Kaufman, Hospital CO,
percent. FASOTRAGRULANTDET "I realize this Is only for one between 6 A.M. and 8:15: A.M., is congratulated by RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, COMFAIRJAX' after
Jax scored a perfect 100 month but I am delighted. Thank receiving the Meritorious Service Medal and Joint Service Com
percent. you; keep up the good work." (Continued on Pg. 2) mendation Medal.


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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 ..
the Department of the Navy nor do advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised."


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r Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Chicken,Creamed Gravy, Snowflaked Cheese, Buttered Spinach, Seasoned
:. Grilled French Toast Maple Syrup, Potatoes, Cornbread Dressing, Asparagus Tips, Salad Bar, Baked
[iffll1.'I"1 Choice of Luncheon Meat or Pork Cranberry Sauce. French Fried Apples, Peanut Butter Cookies.

l ; Sausage, Hash Brown Potatoes, Cauliflower, Buttered Mixed SUPPERs Braised Pork ChOps.
BarBRUNCHs .
Pastry Vegetables, Salad Bar, Chocolate Mashed Potatoes Brown Gravy
: at 10 a.m. Corn Chowder, Cream Pie,
Sugar Cookies. Chilled Apple Sauce, Okra & Tomato
\n" Friday, Sept.1 Beans, Buttered Corn, Salad Bar, Chill Macaroni, French Fried SUPPER Chili Con Carne or Beef Gumbo, Corn on the Cob, Salad Bar,
BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Chilled Tasty Chocolate Cake, Baked Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Bar, Porcupines, Steamed Rice, Brown Tomato Spice Cake, Chocolate
: Grapefruit Juice, Fried Eggs to Or. Custard. Lemon Meringue Pie, Chewy Nut Bar. Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Pudding.
der,Minced Beef on Toast, Lyonnalse Saturday,Sept.2 SUPPER Baked Virginia Ham, Southern Style Greens, Buttered
Potatoes Choice of Luncheon Meat or BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Chilled Pineapple iRalsin Sauce, Whipped Squash, Salad Bar, Angel Food Cake
Pork Sausage, Pastry Bar. Apricots Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled Potatoes, Candied Sweet Potatoes Strawberry Jello.
DINNER: Oyster Stew, Sea Food Hot Cakes with Maple Syrup, Choiceof Boiled Carrots Seasoned Brussels Thursday,Sept.7
Platter of Fried Shrimp, Flounder, Ham or Bacon, Chilled Orange Sprouts, Salad Bar, Apple Dilly Cake, BREAKFAST Hot Cereal, Chilled '
Fried Scallops or Chill Con Carne, Juice, Pastry Bar. Butterscotch Pudding. Orange Juice Fried Eggs to Order, m wrnw
Steamed Rice, Buttered Beets, Monday,Sept.4
BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Navy Bean Cheese Omelet, Choice of Luncheon
Buttered Peas, Salad Bar, Assorted Soup, Grilled Cheeseburgers, French BREAKFAST Cooked Farina, Meat or Pork Sausage, Baked Pork &
Fruit Tarts, Hermits. Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Chilled Apple Juice, Fried Eggs to Beans, Yankee Style Corn Bread,
SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salad or Bar, Peach Pie, Chocolate Chip Order, Scrambled Eggs 'w.Ham, Pastry Bar.DINNERS llE
Grilled Hamburgers, Frankfurters, Cookies. Choice of Ham or Bacon, Cottage Minestrone
French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, SUPPER Yankee Pot Roast, Natural Fried Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Spaghetti w.Meat Sauce Soup, ,Ravioli Italian, NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Dessert Bar.SUPPERS Gravy, Franconla Potatoes, Fried DINNERS Knickerbocker Soup,
Breaded 'Pork Chops or Cabbage, Seasoned Lima Beans Breaded Veal Cutlets, Tomato Gravy,
Grilled Cheese Sandwiches. Brown Harvard Beets, Salad Bar Iced Spanish Rice, Polonaise Cauliflower, Traffic Sunday
Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,. Lemon Cake, Pineapple Pudding. Buttered June Peas, Salad Bar,
J' Chilled Apple Sauce, Seasoned Green Sunday Sept.3 Coconut Cream Pie, Raisin Cookies. Church School (all ages)
(Con't. From
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SANDWICH LINE Pg. 1)) a.m at Chapel
Sloppy Joes
on Divine Worship 10:30 a m.
Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor and one-way outbound between 3 at All Saints' Chapel.

Potatoes Frankfurters, Dessert ,Bar.French Fried p.m. and 5:45: p.m. as of Monday, Youth Worship (Jr. and
JAX> AIR NE1lVSThe SUPPER Beef Pot Pie Biscuit Sept. 11. Sr. High) 10:30 a.m. at

Topping, Braised Spareribs w- At the East End of Birmingham Chapel Senior Annex.Youth Junior Fellowship and

JAX AIR NEWS It a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Sauerkraut, Buttered Egg Noodles, at the Correctional 1:30: p.m. at Bldg. 722.
Buttered Corn, Seasoned
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station Beans, Salad Bar, Applesauce Green Cake, Center, traffic will split, with the Evening Worship 7:30
I Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Butterscotch Pudding.. right-hand lane going toward p.m. at the Small Chapel.
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private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Tuesday,Sept.S NARF past the EM Club, and the Tuesday
t must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS BREAKFAST Hot Cereal, Fried left-hand lane traffic turning left Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
t. Jacksonville, by 12,00 noon on Monday before publication. News on Eggs Toast to ,Order Choice, Creamed of Luncheon Dried Beef on Ranger Street. p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
t: Items are welcomed from all Meat or There Christian Science Service
sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Pork are
Sausage, Baked Pork & Beans, presently four in. p.m. at the Small Chapel.
3119. Chilled Tomato Juice, Pastry Bar. bound lanes the length of ,the
DINNERS Vegetable Soup, Fried station during NAVAL HOSPITAL
J "Everything advertised In this publication must be made Ham Steaks, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, three on Yorktown peak periods: Divine Worship 10 a.m. at
.' available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race Golden Potato Balls, Buttered Lima one Avenue and St. Lukes.
creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user or Beans Seasoned Carrots, Southern on Birmingham Avenue. By NATTCProtestant
Style Corn Bread Salad using
Bar, Dutch an additional
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Apple Cake Vanilla Wafers. on inbound lane Worship
opportunities by an advertiser,will result In the refusal to print SANDWICH LINEs Submarine increased Birmingham, traffic will be Service, 10:30 a m. in
500.
;F advertising from that source." Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers, by 25 percent. Building
Frankfurters French Fried Potatoes, Actual volume should be raised
Potato Chips Dessert Bar. even CATHOLICSaturday
more
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries SUPPERs Swiss Steak as additional com
concerning such should be directed to: Gravy, Lyonnalse Potatoes Brown, Boiled Avenue.muters begin using Birmingham St. Edward's Mass S Chapel.p.m. at

to Blackeyed Peas, Buttered Broccoli Sunday Mass a.m. and 11
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Spears, Salad Bar, Devils Food Cake, During the one-way periods '.m. Dally Mass.Monday,
,4 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Cherry Jello. portable one-way signs will Tuesday, Thursday and.
Wednesday, Sept.4 placed at all be Frlday":30 '.m. Wednesday
Telephone 388.2755 BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Fried Intersections and Mass 11-30: a.m. at
Eggs to Order, C, filed Hot Cakes w. removed after the peak periods. the Naval Hospital Chapel.
,| VOL. 30 NO. 24 AUGUST 31, 1972 Maple Syrup, Cuoice; of Ham or In between the one-way periods Saturday Confessions 4:15:
Bacon, Hash Brown Potatoes, Chilled normal two-way traffic and S p.m.
Grapefruit Juice, Pastry Bar observed. will be, ;

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Could You Win Retired
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Reunion ;:
Jax All active duty membersof granting college or university.
the Navy and Marine Corps Enlisted personnel applying for 1

and Naval Academy mId- scholarships that will enable Jax The "RetiredTailhookers" \
shipmen, NROTC midshipmen or them to obtain a baccalaureate I
contract students, less ,NESEP plan a
candidates, are eligible to seek degree may be eligible for a reunion at Daytona i
and accept fellowships, commission through Officers Beach October 13-15 1
scholarships, or grants for Candidate School if they have not to renew old
scientific, literary or educational exceeded age 27 prior to com- ii iip
purposes. pletion of the, degree acquaintances and
Consideration will be, given to requirements. '' update them on
military personnel for per- j._ modern-day carrier
mission to accept scholarships. Personnel 1 who are granted VP-56 AWARDSCdr.. H.P. Fillingane VP-56 CO, congratulatessix aviation and
Courses of study undertaken by permission to accept a of his men for receiving awards. Shown are (L>R) Cdr. Fillingane, technology.
an individual under this program scholarship! must agree not to AME2 Nester (Good Conduct Medals) ATC Moreland, Akl Kelly and Although they do
must be compatible with the resign or request a discharge AZ2 Brandt (Letters of Commendation). Not shown are LCdr. Bonds
educational needs of the service the period of the not want to compete
during
(Gold Star in lieu of a second Navy Achievement Medal) and AK1
the individual's career patternand scholarship and to serve upon Holmes (Navy Achievement Medal). with the formal
in the case of officer per- completion of schooling at least Tailhook Association,
sonnel, code designator or three times the length of the any ex-carrier pilot,
military occupational specialty.Any period of education.
person on active duty who Those who desire to competefor Red Cross Class SetJax active duty or
has won a bona fide scholarshipand scholarships will request reservist, is also
is applying for Navy or permission to. enter competitionfrom invited.
Marine Corps sponsorship for the Chief of Naval -- Training should call the Red For detailed information

graduate study, must have at Operations (Op-993Ci) or the classes for Red Cross: Cross office at 772- send a
least junior standing at an ac- Commandant of the Marine Volunteers are 2218 to set up an' self-
credited baccalaurate" degree- Corps (Code DFA). scheduled for Sept. appointment for an addressed stamped envelopeto

25-29 from 9 a.m. until interview. LCdr. Arnie Baker
FRA ,
91 Planning 12:30 p.m. at the USNR (Ret.), Box
Naval Hospital. Interviews will be
515, Lake Mary, Fla.
Interested persons held Sept. 18-20. 32746.
Weekend ReunionJax



Branch 91 of the Fleet Reserve Association and

Unit 91 of the Ladies Auxiliary are planning a Labor Day

weekend reunion for their members, past members and
prospective members. NEARLY ALWAYS OUR ANSWER IS

A Reunion Dance will be held Sunday night at 8:30:

p.m. with music furnished by the "Pacemakers." A

family picnic is scheduled for 1 p.m. Monday.

Both events will be held at FRA 91's home at 5391

Collins Road.

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t Differences ;'u. -The Labor Day weekendis with shearling- collars and
the last big one of the summer. linings. The Exchange's Men's
Whatever your plans, whether it Wear Department is sure to have
ExplainedJax be a final backyard cookout or a the style and fabric which look
final trip to the lake, the Ex- best on you.
One of the most 7' change is sure to have everything Price Reductions
frequently asked J ...... you'll need for a most enjoyable While shopping for your fall
Exchange customers is: "Why weekend.It's wardrobe, look for some price
does the Navy Exchange have a back-to-school time again. reductions on fall double-knit
slightly higher selling price than gip" Take advantage now of the dress slacks. Some items are
the Navy Commissary Store for specials on notebooks, pen and being offered at $1.1:50: less per
the same item?" pencil sets, briefcases and a host pair than last year's prices.
The answer to this question can of other needed school supplies.The The comfort and wearability of
be found In the basic funding annual Fall Hosiery Eventis double-knit slacks, plus the new
concept for Navy Exchanges and taking place at your Exchange low prices,make them a must for
Navy Commissary Stores. Firstof now. This is an excellent op- every well-dressed man.
all, Commissary Stores are .. i portunity to stock up on always A note to keep in mind: all
appropriated fund activities, PERFECT RECORD. Mal.| Kenneth P. Tevebaugh, 679th Radar needed hosiery items. clothing made after July 3 must
which means that Congress Squadron CO,and SSgt.Thomas A. Cimino, Jr., Safety NCO, display a For you male readers,consider have a permanent label affixed
supplies money each year to Certificate of Commendation from the National Safety Council citing giving the woman in your life a telling you how to care for that
support all Commissary Stores.A the squadron's perfect safety for 1971. The squadron also won the couple of boxes of nylonstheymake particular item. Remember,
award In a great little suprise gift; though, the Exchange may still
small mark-up of four to five and at so little cost. have on hand some items which
.percent is added to the cost of the 1970.Retiree The fashion word in men's were manufactured before the
store's product to cover general Ideas outerwear this fall is "rugged", July 3 deadline.
operating expenses such as with the emphasis on fabric. If you're planning to make
supplies and minor equipment Corduroy, both ribbed and some repairs to your home this
repairs. Backed ribless, is the number one fabric fall, the Exchange's Hardware
Included in the mark-up is one By NavyJax for Jackets, followed by dacron Department has an ample stockof
percent surcharge which goes and cotton poplins and twills for interior latex paints, plus all
into a Navy Commissary Store Two ideas originated by retiree seminars held storm jackets. Cotton suedes are the accessories including
Reserve Fund. This fund is used earlier this year have received backing from the Navy, also on the upswing.For brushes, rollersand the always-
to finance major renovation and one of these has been put into practice.The style, it's the "bomber" needed "cleaning up after"
projects. Salaries for civilian jacket and western rancher with items.
employees are paid out of money Navy is now supporting a from the seminar held here that strong emphasis on acrylic and Be sure to visit the Sporting
appropriated by the Congress. proposed law that would lengthenthe retireds be allowed more leewayin sherpa lining. Goods Department for a look at
Navy Exchanges, on the other time allowed retired veterans registering allotments from For the sporty look in car coats, the latest fall and winter sports
hand, receive no money from the after separation to move their their retired pay,representativesfrom it's corduroys, cotton suedes, equipment. You'll find footballs,
Congress. They, therefore, must families and household goods. the Navy Comptroller and cotton poplins, some with zipper basketballs, and fishing and
generate their own money to stayin The suggestion already ap- the Finance Center at Cleveland closures and hoods, and others hunting equipment.
operation.. In addition, Navy proved is authorized to issue ID pointed out the dangers of
Exchanges are required to cards for dependents of retireds. overpayments when a retired
provide funds for Navy morale dies,the extra workload involved VISITOR CALL
and recreation programs. The SECNAV advisory com- and a conflict with DoD
Consequently, Exchanges must mittees on retired matters regulations.As WAYNE SHRUMAn
apply a higher mark-up to its considered suggestions from the an alternative, the associate of '
products in order to stay in local seminars at their midyear representatives suggested that
business and to meet its meeting.The retireds be allowed to have their BLANDING AGENCY, Inc.
requirements of supporting Navy advisory committees also monthly checks mailed to a bank REALTORSHonesty
recreation programs.The considered means of improvingthe which would then distribute the
few pennies difference in next round of seminars with money as the retired wished. Dependability, Sincerity In '
price, therefore, represents not a emphasis on a better selection of Both panels and Secretary of REAL ESTATE SALES
profit factor but a matter of speakers, local publicity on both the Navy John Warner concludedthis 5102 Blanding Boulevard
generating sufficient money so schedules and action taken, and was all that could be Phone 771.9513
that Exchanges can provide you, inclusion in the seminars of wives reasonably expected, but called
the customer, with quality goods and widows of retireds.In for more publicity about the YOUR SUPPORT APPRECIATED
I and still maintain its financial response to a suggestion alternative.
I obligations.The .
Navy Exchange offers .
some of the same products'as the Without AdvertisingYou
Commissary Store as an added
convenience to shoppers. While at Wouldn't Know.
the Exchange, you may want to ';"
pick up one or two items you ."
would normally purchase while ''"\\1 "I.
shopping at the Commissary ',....,. ,. S .rS '
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without having to take the time to WESTSIDE ; : \1
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tiger
White Wall tire paper
PHONE 3894561 ,..

RnD GOOD LIFE: Delivered in Jax. on approved credit including tag salts tax W{. checking accountDig. \
dealer prep, transport and title fees; Apr V.71 percents In-
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FROm tcrtst$$342.77 Doc. stamps $13.00 unpaid balance I2U7.;total .
note $S2S13.52 cash or tradt-ln down $S433.2.
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yiugewood a Paper Tiger Checking on you,
Camper Specials you've got the scratch you need all of the time.
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Blvd.juan to Jammes. Then QM# .
apartments. 72 TOYOTA Land Cruiser Jeep.4wh.dr., $3115 cadf'
left to Info can: 3spd., R&H. Still under Warranty
For complete 71 TOYOTA MK II Wgn.,4spd.;R&H $2515 ORANGE PARK
781-3818' 70 TOYOTA Pick-up 4spd.,R&H $1 W :
72 GRAND TORINO Sport Loaded $WT
71 BUICK Skylark,2dr..HT.Loaded 3W .BANK by PHONE 2M-75S1
MAIM
J. .A/IIENMANAOEMENTCCN: 72 CHEVY NOVA Icyl..AT, PS AC $2855 U.S. HIGHWAY 17
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Pricing : Your NEX In SeptemberJax I


Differences The Labor Day weekendis with shearling collars and
the last big one of the summer. linings. The Exchange's Men's
Whatever your plans, whether it Wear Department is sure to have
ExplainedJax y3 be a final backyard cookout or a the style and fabric which look
final trip to the lake, the Exchange best on you
One of the most is sure to have everything Price Reductions
frequently asked questions by J "'- you'll need for a most enjoyable While shopping for your fall
Exchange customers is: "Why weekend.It's wardrobe, look for some price
does the Navy Exchange have a back-to-school time again. reductions on fall double-knit
slightly higher selling price than Take advantage now of the dress slacks. Some items are
the Navy Commissary Store for specials on notebooks, pen and being offered at $1-1:50 less per
the same item?" fA pencil sets, briefcases and a host pair than last year's prices.
The answer to this question can of other needed school supplies.The The comfort and wearability of
be found in the basic funding annual Fall Hosiery Eventis double-knit slacks, plus the new
concept for Navy Exchanges and taking place at your Exchange low prices,make them a must for
Navy Commissary Stores. Firstof now. This is an excellent op every well-dressed man.
all, Commissary Stores are j portunity to stock up on always A note to keep in mind: all
appropriated fund activities, PERFECT RECORD Mal.| Kenneth P. Tevebaugh, 679th Radar needed hosiery items. clothing made after July 3 must
which means that Congress Squadron CO,and SSgt.Thomas A. Cimlno, Jr., Safety NCO,display a For you male readers, consider have a permanent label affixed
supplies money each year to Certificate of Commendation from the National Safety Council citing giving the woman in your life a telling you how to care for that
support all Commissary Stores.A the squadron's perfect safety for 1971. The squadron also won the couple of boxes of nylonstheymake particular item. Remember,
award In a great little suprise gift; though, the Exchange may still
small mark-up of four to five and at so little cost. have on hand some items which
.percent is added to the cost of the 1970.Retiree The fashion word in men's were manufactured before the
store's product to cover general Ideas outerwear this fall is "rugged", July 3 deadline.
operating expenses such as with the emphasis on fabric. If you're planning to make
supplies and minor equipment Corduroy, both ribbed and some repairs to your home this
repairs. Backed By ribless, is the number one fabric fall, the Exchange's Hardware
Included in the mark-up is one NavyJax for Jackets, followed by dacron Department has an ample stockof
percent surcharge which goes and cotton poplins and twills for interior ,latex paints, plus all
into a Navy Commissary Store Two ideas originated by retiree seminars held storm jackets. Cotton suedes are the accessories including
Reserve Fund. This fund is usedto earlier this year have received backing from the Navy, also on the upswing. brushes, rollersand the always
finance major renovation For style, it's the "bomber" needed "cleaning up after"
and one of these has been put into practice.The .
projects. Salaries for civilian jacket and western rancher with items.
employees are paid out of money Navy is now supporting a from the seminar held here that strong emphasis on acrylic and Be sure to visit the Sporting
appropriated by the Congress. proposed law that would lengthenthe retireds be allowed more leewayin sherpa lining. Goods Department for a look at
Navy Exchanges, on the other time allowed retired veterans registering allotments from For the sporty look in car coats, the latest fall and winter sports
hand,receive no money from the after separation to move their their retired pay,representativesfrom it's corduroys, cotton suedes, equipment. You'll find footballs,
Congress. They, therefore, must families and household goods. the Navy Comptroller and cotton poplins, some with zipper basketballs, and fishing and
generate their own money to stayin The suggestion already approved the Finance Center at Cleveland closures and hoods, and others hunting equipment.
operation.. In addition, Navy is authorized to issue ID pointed out the dangers of
Exchanges are required to cards for dependents of retireds. overpayments when a retired
provide funds for Navy morale dies, the extra workload involved VISITOR CALL
and recreation programs. The SECNAV advisory com- and a conflict with DoD
Consequently, Exchanges must mittees on retired matters regulations.As WAYNE SHRUM
apply a higher mark-up to its considered suggestions from the an alternative, the AnassociateofBLANDING
products in order to stay in local seminars at their midyear representatives suggested that f
business and to meet its meeting.The retireds be allowed to have their AGENCY, Inc.
requirements of supporting Navy advisory committees also monthly checks mailed to a bank REALTORSHonesty
recreation programs.The considered means of improvingthe which would then distribute the
few pennies difference in next round of seminars with money as the retired wished. Dependability,Sincerity in \
price, therefore, represents not a emphasis on a better selection of Both panels and Secretary of REAL ESTATE SALES A "
profit factor but a matter of speakers, local publicity on both the Navy John Warner concludedthis 5102 Blanding Boulevard
generating sufficient money so schedules and action taken, and was all that could be Phone 771.9513YOURSUPPORTISAPPRECIATED
that Exchanges can provide you, inclusion in the seminars of wives reasonably expected, but called
the customer, with quality goods and widows of retireds.In for more publicity about the
I and still maintain its financial response to a suggestion alternative. '
L
obligations.
The Navy Exchange offers .
some of the same products'as the Without AdvertisingYou
Commissary Store as an added hS
convenience to shoppers. While at Wouldn't Know.
the Exchange, you may want to 'j>.
pick up one or two items you
would normally purchase while ; I..lA.

shopping at the Commissary f .
without having to take the time to WESTSIDE QlSlBi'HOUSE
go to the Commissary Store for
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White will tire SEDAN :$
PHONE 389 4561 k ,,

THE GOOD LIFE: Dtlivtred in Jax.on approved credit Including tag salts tax, ; !y:' checking account '
dealer prep, transport and title lees; Apr 9.71 percent Interest -
,
FROm $120.yjIkttWood. $S342.77 Doc stamps $S3.00 unpaid balance S21 7.; total Dig.
note $7313.52 cash or trade-In down S433.2. .
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Camper Specials you've got the scratch you need all of the time. .
2045 Jammes Road Pickup Of 4s7j To710ATSUN YOTq "
Jack shell 'RbH pickup Dig?
minutes from Camper The Week
10 "
4spd' rs
sonville. Out RooseveltBlvd. San 195 .., Grn5 C7/ *
'RlQht on

juan to Jammes. Then 72 TOYOTA Land Cruiser Jeep,4wh.dr., $31fS G/ :
KSSS-"' 3spd., R&H, Still under Warranty
71 TOYOTA MKII I I Wgn.,4spd.,AC.R&H $2S S ORANGE PARK.&aJf'
78''. 8'8' 70 TOYOTA Plck-up.4spd..R&H $1415 .
72 GRAND TORINO Sport,Loaded $WTJW
71 BUICK Skylark,2dr..HT,Loaded $ ,BANK by MAI LI' PHONE 24.73S1wepaythtipwtage
i .:: :'MANAOEMENTCONt. 72 CHEVY NOVA 8cyl..AT, PS,AC $2W U.S. HIGHWAY 17
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Small Arms Safety TRAFFIC

I. IS THAT A /#

I Stressed By- CNOJax TOPLESSWAITRESSOR YOU AND'ARE VIOLATIONSJax


-A report showing 36 off- medical attention from a military AM SEEING
duty injuries and 11 fatalities due facility or which resulted in a -The following is a reportof
to mishandling of personal small fatality were reported. THINGS42/ # 7r' motor vehicle accidents and
arms in FY 72 has resulted in a With the hunting season ap traffic violations for the period of
message from the CNO urging all proaching, the CNO said it is Au!!. 1420.
commands to restress small desired that all activities /
/4c Number of Accidents
"conduct review of small
arms safety. a arms
This period
The above injuries and handling safety with 9
This ago
period a
fatalities include only requalification, where / Ooc oOgor year 7
f7)L1t Total accidents this
recreational mishaps and,duringthe warranted of those personnel ) Total accidents year 260.
same period, seven injuriesand required to handle suchweapons" through this
period last year 222
no deaths were reported as a .
result of mishandling small arms Also activities are requested to o Total number of days since last
while on duty. "ensure that personnel who are injury in a motor vehicle accident
The number of off-duty injuriesis issued recreational small arms 7
considered to be conservative for off-base hunting are fully T Number of days since an injury

+I since only those requiring qualified in their use". .,.. ,,. /, last. year Number at this of time Violations 88

1IIIIIIHIIIIg This period 36
Speeding 7

Going Reckless through driving stop sign 0 3

.. :' : BUY U.S.SAVINGS BONDS. Other Nine Violations drivers appeared before 26
r>: 1'??
They grow. the Traffic Hearing Board on
Aug. 24. Disposition of the cases
u i included the following:
Four lost driving and parking
c.I privileges aboard the station for
various periods; two were
assigned to complete an eight.
hour course in remedial driving;
Galley Schedules none received suspensions; nine
were given warnings; 2 were
dismissed;eight were fined (U.S.
"Yankee Night"Jax Magistrate); and .none were
referred to commanding officersfor
possible disciplinary action. I
-- Enlisted personnel are cordially invited to enjoy Twelve drivers were assessed '
"Yankee Night"Sept. 6 at the NAS Dining Hall. thirty-five traffic points. j

The menu will include the following:
Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-JO p.m, New England Bean Soup
Yankee Pot Roast of Beef DentalClass]
(Q PICK-UP & DELIVERY
Natural Gravy
Q ROAD SERVICED
French Fried Potatoes ]
.
MECHANIC ON DUTY
Boston Baked Beans
Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS New York Fruit Punch ScheduledJax

Dessert Bar

: BOB'S OAK HILL Th All guests are required to be accompanied by an Active A preventive

: { Duty Military Sponsor. dentistry class for all

'.;f unin r: Reservations should be made not later then Sept. 4 by interested mothers of

} '' calling: Ext. 3302 or 3259. Meal hours will be 4.6:30 p.m. military dependent
SERVICE CENTER
children between the
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ages of four and eight
Jammtl Road Phone 771-9159 r will be offered by the

NEWEST CONCEPT Dental Department'beginning

IN APARTMENT LIVING Sept. 6.
The classes will
LOWJSTPRiCES I, 2 .3 ,BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS show mothers how to
Spacious rooms, wide windows,
central heat & air condo Private Kingsley teach their children
and patios party'room., sUndecks., SWimming pool Arms plaque control and
will consist of two
264-8102
one-hour classes on
1800 KINGSLEY AVE. consecutive Wed-

DIRECTIONS: Between Blandmg nesdays. Classes
,' Blvd. & Orange Park. Minutes
A .max away via new I,295 will begin at 1 p.m., 2
p.m. and 3 p.m. and
= will include a movie,

lecture, and practical
Special plaque control in-

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r+r 1 Financing : AL BONATI be Appointments made by calling may

k for __ii ORGAN-HORN 772-3504.

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Service
Monday through Saturday

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SPECIAL RATES
FOR SERVICEMEN $6.00 double per occupancy person

Entertainment nittly. Quarterdeck Lounge
& Dint at
Restaurant 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Blurs Seafood
Dial
Swimming Pool. Fret Undercover Parking, Phone Olympic
DEER SPRINGS

ESTATES

,..ATKEYSTONE
HEIGHTS
MOTORS MOTOR HQT EL MOBllEJiOMESITES

1616 CASSAT 901 Main Street Phone 3SS-J744 CLYDE W.. SIMPSON CO.

Pht387-6541 I r within/ walking. distance to all point of Interett.a REALTOR 3566849PAGE
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Sept 5. French Fried Potatoes, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Cucumber

I4'' Pea Soup Tuesday, Pan Roast Beef with Mashed Potatoes, Rice & Gravy, Mix, Health Salad.
r New Potatoes, Macaroni and Blackeyed Peas, Corn, Spinach. Almond Cream Pie, Apple Pie,
Meat Sauce, Pork Cutlets with Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Devil Food Cake, Fruit Pie,
Apples, 7oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fruit Cup, Cold Plate, Assorted Pudding.
1 Mackeral Patties. Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Jello,
/ French Fried Potatoes, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Friday,Sept. 8
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Minestrone Soup, Trout
,rr Gravy, Green String Beans, Carrot and Raisin, Potato Salad. Almondine, Stuffed Peppers with
I Squash, Pinto Beans. Fruit Tarts, Apple Pie, Creole Sauce, Baked Ham and
ti4r Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Chocolate Cream Pie, Assorted Sweet Potatoes, Franks and
Fruit Cup, Cold Plate, Pudding, Layer Cake with Icing. Potato Salad, Fish.French .
Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Jello, Thursday, Sept.7 Fried Potatoes,
Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Tomato Soup, Country Steaks Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, with Yellow Rice, Chicken Pan Gravy, Macaroni and Cheese,
Waldorf Salad, Cucumber and Pie, Liver with Onions, 7oz. Stewed Tomatoes, String Beans.
S Tomato. I. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad

Boston Cream Pie, Apple Pie: French Fried Potatoes, Fruit Cup, Cold Plate,
Peach Cobbler, Assorted Pud Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Jello,
3 ding. Gravy, Great Northern Beans, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage
Wednesday, Sept. 6 Peas, Baked Egg Plant. Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese,
Chicken Soup, Fried Chicken, Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Beet and Onion, Cole Slaw.
Swiss Steak with Onion Gravy, Fruit Cup, Cold Plate, Strawberry Tarts, Egg CustardPie
Beef Pork Chop Suey with Rice, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Jello, Coconut Cake, Apple Pie,
7oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Fruit Jello, Pain Cottage Cheese. Assorted Pudding.

CIVILIAN HEAD-Mr. Michael Cascone, the new Civilian Merit
Personnel Director, discusses his ideas with Capt. William G.
Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, shortly after formally accepting his new title.
PromotionsJax


The following positions
have been advertised under the
Jax Merit Promotion Program

since our last issue:
I Supervisory Detective, GS-0&3-)
8 ((87-72); Closing Date: 9-7:72
Detective, GS-083.7 (88-72));
Closing Date: 9-9-72
::4 Production Superintendent,

GS-1601-14 (89-72)); Closing Date:
9-28-72
Employees are urged to look
for the Merit Promotion Announcements

DOWN CTRA:ER $67.97 r1 1'A on the official
PER M0. 81 bulletin boards in their work

Only Tom Bush t x I : areas at least once a week.
at
They are also encouraged to
30-YEAR SMILE lights up the fact of Lawrence Campbell. he contact the Employment Office,
cuts cake at the Naval Hospital to mark 30 years of service with his Ext. 3448 or the Rating Branch,
NEW'72 wife, Blllye, and Capt. Paul Kaufman, Hospital CO, looking on. Ext. 2320, Civilian Personnel
VW Campbell spent 20 of the 30 years in the Navy and Works in the Patient Department to inquire about

Affairs Division. positions in which they are in
SEDAN III terested.


Dtlivtrtd in ckinvilU*/mr, with .pprv.d credit, including" log, title a\ 82 Help Jax Blood Bank I
alt to*. APR 10.30%, $346.71 finance cKargt, documentary Stamp
$3.75$744 .*2 t.tol net. 36 poymtnU. ...

SUPERBEETLE n MGB CONVERT Jax The NAS-Civil Service Townsend, R. Bryson, P. H. Leslie, M. M. Herring, and C. C.
"UI'.AM.FM,.,1.i Blood Bank Account credited Hutchinson C. Starratt, Jr. _
air, Itstlertttilitirlir AM-M ,._1., mif was Carter.
fMtiry vest ......, wlelihMaarack. 2695 with 82 units donated by em- Also, J. Hayes, G. P. Helfrick, NAS donors included: C. E.
rte tint.1709.IN, 2595 ployees during the recent Blood B. J. Allen, D. Lucas, A. West, J. Little, R. Hartley,J. H. Cutcliffe,
Donors Day. A. Smith, F.Lesko, L. Isaacs, W. A. Daymude, H. D. Hall, R.
72 VW.BUS 71 KARMANN GHIA M. Crouse, S. Carroll, K. Wilson, R. Thompson, P. Perry,
2 t. n... fr...... C."I. lid with kink All military and civilian em Chastain, R. C. Thurmond Jr.,J. Schultz, J. Crowder, M. B.
.. ... .... '3195 iitirlir. Radii I E. C.
vinyl 2095 ployees on the station can drawon Strickland Godfrey and C. R. McGee from
bestir' ...._..r_._ T. Brown, B. M.
this account with the the Supply Department; R. Huey,
Wright, P. L. Grays, R. C. Kent
71 VW CAMPER Jacksonville Blood Bank for M.Newport, M. Gavalin and R.
J. Donnelly, P. B. dark H.
".1 It, Lt. '.nll&1I. G.
h ....1..1. ...-1. themselves and their dependents. Morris, C. Sundstrom, C. C. Croxdale from the Data
til. *.......___ 319 5 70 VW BEETLE Blakeney Processing Department; P.
Factor air, MM. Dirk Donors from the Naval Air P. Dupont, G.
klii with vkiti vinyl Rework Facility were: E. L. Freeman.And Delage from the Public Works
71 VW CAMPER .... 1795 from
iatiriirM' M Department; and A.L.Doss
Pip It,. CtDilitily Ford, R. P. Kuhman, J. F. Sisk, H. Church, C. Crouch, P. the Resources Management
..qulppsfir' grist R. L. Hammond, J. Session, C. Randall,A.Pink,R. Crable,P. E.
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Department.The
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..___ *0d90 70 VW SQUAREBACK Worthington, J. Pugh, K. Martin, R. A. Wittenauer, A. R. Navy Commissary Stores
air, l Heselschwerdt, D. Wood, M. Freeman, J. M. Pierson
Factory '|(ii $ inne M. the
SUPER BEETLE cask,radio gad bestir IU 30 Goldenberg, C. E. Grissett, D. D. McNally, J, F. Moye, R. J. Complex accounted for
Ailimitiiilliktkilt, Malott, R. Sarno, P. H. Wade, F. Brinson, D. D. Haley, A. R. remaining donor, R. G. Ferslew.
UHf nOOl Mllit. Sheperd, L. L. Heck, S. M.
Stillwell
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VENTS In 2nd PhaseThe

BAKED ENAMEL AUTO PAINTING

second phase of Frojei, the thousands of medically
VHHTS (Versatile Employmentfor trained servicemen who are released ...COMES IN 3 QUALITIES:
Health-Trained Servicemen) each year by the Armed
is underway. The program sup Forces. The number of med .
ported by the Manpower Administration ically-trained servicemen released -
of the U.S. Dept.of annually from the Armed Standard / Deluxe 1 Dual Bond
Labor assists cooperating Forces has increased each year
hospitals in developing a system for the last,five years growing FOR OLDER CARS i FOR MOST NORMAL j FOR THAT
from 27.000'ln 19G6. to 45,000 in EXPRESSION OFPERFECTION
of continuous recruitmentand 1971. THAT NEED GLOSS 1 CARS /
placement of veterans 1
linked to opportunities for training Cooperating hospitals for
and career development.The Phase II include the Health and 1 95
Hospitals Governing Commission $4495 $64 $8995
objective of VENTS is to of Cook County 111.and the
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New Traveler's GuideEach


year, thousands of young Americans travel abroad for Kicks Off
study, work or kicks. For most, it's great. Dut for an increasing
number of travelers, it's a "bust."

To help young Americans avoid the problems of foreign travel, F. i Sept. 6 I
the U.S. State Department has just published a pamphlet which
offers some helpful suggestions on planning a successful trip abroad.

The pamphlet, on sale by the U.S. Government Printing Office
for 20 cents, provides useful information on passports and visas, Jax -- The 1972-73
travel in Eastern Europe, vaccination requirements, charter flights,
study and work programs, and the role U.S. embassies and con \ Combined Federal
sulates play in protecting the rights of U.S. citizens overseas. A Campaign will get un.
handy pre-travel checklist and a bibliography of selected contactsfor at
derway NAS
further information also are provided.

Entitled "Youth Travel Abroad: What to Know Before You Go," Jacksonville Wednesday,
the 19-page pamphlet is designed to help travelers, especially young .: September 6th, with a

THANKS FOR A JOB WELL DONE-Mrs. T. J. Bennett (Left), kick-off rally at 9:30: a.m.
. President of the Jax 86 Wives Club,and Mrs. Richard Goldsberry,the in NATTC's King Hall.
, Club's VP, present gifts to the Auto Tag Prolect co-chairmen, Mrs. Captain William G.
,
rci1 Leslie Becker and Mr;. Conrad Hardy. The profits totalled $605 and Sizemore, station commanding
will go to the National Scholarship Foundation.
officer, will
moderate the which
% rally
.r1&wnhJLrIflUlJ( ,
CHAMPUS Warns On will include an address by

RAdm Lawrence R. Geis,

Unauthorized Claims"I Commander Fleet Air

\ Jacksonville and cochairman .
for the Combined .
hope that expectant moth- tcwth, oral hygiene treatmentand
('J$ r('(-ogni7e the limitations of diagnosis necessary for this Federal Campaignin
the CHAMPUS program for tare. Duval County.Participating .
dental care," Lieutenant Colonel "Certain dental procedures in the rally
(Dr.) W. K.: tandcfcld, Jr., urc not authorized, however,"
D.D.S., Civilian Health and Med. Dr. Landefcld warns. "For example will be coordinators,
ic'al J Pro/cram of the Uniformed the replacement of teeth chairmen and keymen of
-I SI.rvis.CIIAMI'US. ( ) Director missing prior to pregnancy is the station and its tenant
or Dental Affairs, warns. "We seldom authorized." For such
are receiving many requests for commands. This year'scampaign
care to be authorized, he ex
Americans, avoid the "hassles" that can turn a trip abroad intoa reimbursement for care whichis plains, there must be "com .will run through
frightening experience.Too not"authorized under the program plained, there must be "com- October 20th and the goal
he tontinued. "Dental
many travelers get stranded abroad because they haven't (are under the CIIAMPUS Basic the pregnancy\ is being seriously for the Navy in the greater
charter flights, be- endangered because of nutritional
their travel,
thoroughly checked particularly
Program is limited.
really quite Jacksonville area has been
fore leaving the country. The State Department's pamphlet warns deficiencies developing as
of this and such other problems as the strict enforcement of drug There are some instances a result of the lack of ability to set at $228,000. Last year,
laws in foreign countries which has resulted in a large numberof when dental rare is authorized chew food. the Navy donated $282,000
Americans jailed oversea, (now over 900)), arrests for currency on II ('()ist-i>hurinj basis during He also warns that CHAMP.US .
violations and the loss of money and time by students who are pregnancy.\ Care is authorized may not authorize gold restorations exceeding their goal by
taken in by misleading "educational" study tours abroad.To to eliminate the centers of in- if a tooth may be $62,000.
obtain the pamphlet, send 20 cents (check or money order) fertion which might prove harm- "adequately" restored with The Combined Federal
ful to the health of the motheror
to the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing the unborn child If such care another dental material, such as Campaign is an annual
Office, Washington, D.C.: 20402. Ask for "Youth Travel Abroad: amalgam.The .
is it include therl'moml federal drive to
necessary may charity
What to Know Before You Go", Department of State Publication agency that authorizes
8656, Stock No. 440-1416. Be sure to identify the pamphlet by work, |K-riodontics of teeth, (root caring canal for payment of dental bills Iso support 37 agencies of the
stock number when ordering copies. the tissues supporting the C II AMP U S in Denver. United Fund, four International
teeth), restoration of decayed CHAMPUS Advisors and Health Service
Benefits Counselors located at
military installations have addi. Agencies and eight

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1 Could You Save A Life ? .1. j



(1)) Even if the victim is material, tip up the chin and
By Ben T.
Taylor, M.D.
breathing vigorously and begin mouth to mouth

Water safetyand coughing after retrieval from the breathing. Start with 3-5 rapid
lifesaving
courses have water, get help and an am- times. The lungs may be stiff and
traditionally
taught bulance. He will need hospitalcare considerable pressure may be
many of the techniques of
rescueof
as quickly as possible needed. (For infants, a mouth
swimmers in distress.
y cl My own ((2)) If breathing movements are full of air is enough).
\
training was called "Drown
1 proofing-ioi," a college physical absent, don't give up! Neitherthe (6)) Check the victim's pulse. If
; submersion time thevictim's
r 1aI education course in swimming.Here nor present, continue to ventilate at
is reliable
the emphasis was on per- appearance a 12 per minute. (About 20 per
'
I I IS sonal safety and the resuscitationof indication of his condition. minute in children). If there is no
p
\ this takes
the near-drowned. Many (3)) If possible-and pulse, external cardiac massage

people now know the rather special skill-begin mouth-to- must be started. If you are,
mouth ventilation in the water
sophisticated resuscitative alone, both the massage and
4 techniques which enables more during rescue.. respiration are possible. Three

S ,ke 5 survivors to reach the hospital.It (4) Lay the victim on his back; quick lung inflations are alter-
to drain water from the
S'T seems important on these trying nated with 15 massage beats.
lungs is ineffective and wastes Recheck for after each
summer days to refresh a pulse
your time. If this is a diving accident, two minutes.
memory about what to do'for that
protect his neck from movement.
emergency at the beach or pool. Don't give Wait until
(5) Clear the mouth of solid upl
f equipment is available which can

determine death. Any near-
Free Travel
TipsJax drowned person who has been

L_ unconscious, even for a brief ..,.,

"Military Travel Treasures", a scoop sheet published by a time, will require hospitalization.

MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL-lt. Col. David A. Teichmann's Navy wife, contains low-cost travel bargains available to the entire If you don't know the

son, David, pins the Meritorious Service Medal on his father's uniformin military family. resusitative techniques, please

recognition of outstanding service while serving as a member of the Published quarterly, the newsletter features information on space learn them as soon as possible -

G-2 Section, Headquarters Fleet Marine Force, Pacific. Now MAT. available flights and economical charter flights as well as special for life's sake.

SG's CO, LtCol. Teichmann coordinated the preparation special military and dependent fares on commercial airlines worldwide.In .

estimates of the enemy's abilities and order of battle in Vietnam.Promotions addition, there are features on train' discounts, base motels and

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Copies of this booklet are free in bulk to military commands. For an

individual copy, send an eight-cent stamp or 11-cent stamp to Connie

I:ii Gibson Wehrman, Publisher, "Military Travel Treasures", 6521 Jay

Miller Drive, Falls Church, Virginia 22041.
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"' WHAT YOU SEE

GY.SGT. RICHARD C. PHILLIPS receives his promotion papers BECAUSE

from Capt. R.L. Smith,Acting CO at the Marine Barracks.

ISNT ALL YOU GETSome



try to!sell you their pnxliitt but how roomy as well.To discover this,you

*4 on the strength of its looks. have 1 10 compare| Volvo to smaller cars. .
Hut there arc stronger! rl'aun'ilo, bury U Volvo.Likclhcljody Like Cadillacs: ,A Volvo has more front scat ,
'(IU'lllIl'\'l'r, l IIIOby l looking, Icgroom than; any of them. More rear scat ":xa J:'

biiht'sbiiillsoslroiigjouiaMslaikscviii! legroom than a Buick Electra.: And a bigger ," .

Volvos on lop of eailiolheruilhout !squashing{ trunk th.ui.i Lincoln) ( iitincntd.t .. :"<'
t llieoneoMlhclioHomVolvo's ( I ;"
TO SEE IIOW WELL VOLVO HANDLES,
front .uul I rear ends.arc I mill .1 hlllo '
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YOU HAVE TO DRIVE ITYoull
Ilalll'rl'nlly.1hl''rL'l'IIl'rJY..h\Clrlun. '
designed to rumple{ under stress and absorb, find yourself sliding;into purkmilllJlad
| illl'il\l'lIf a collision.Volvo s|>aics usually reserved for little conducts.Making I .
shouldn't sluirjK-r! ) turns than you couldinaVW.
\brakes arc. designed so you '
ti.r .
have to lake advantage ol'this advantage
And wlii//ing around curves very

WE GIVE YOU EVERY BRAKE POSSIBLE. !surcfoolcdly. Radial tires are!standard.

Soniccars. give ycMI (\\odisi' brakes as an I LOOK NO CARBURETORS.
extra Volvo gives fou -\\ 'tIxWL.rdi.c I
you {
lor$3yXVulvuiJulivtwycxfuel()() I I.injection.It : I .
brakes: at t no extra, costs more than carburetors, but it's worth it.
Volvo also comes with a circuit braking) :
As you'll! discover when you take.Volvo for.
that ha'ilhrw'hl'l.I. eachiiriuit!.
system on
lest 1 drive.! Which well lie happy lo arr.mgc.
If oneiircuit fails,you still! have80'M of your Bulhdoreweco.yuurehllJndtonotK.'Cml l !

5 I k. |x>v\cr.You can't t see it, I but its that t thinlike! whitewalls,tinted I ; gloss and I

advantages are obvious. carpeting in the front :and rear arc standard. ..
Our fully reclining bucket seals have.1.
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As Is an electric rear window defroster.
LT. STEPHEN L NALL, Officer-in.Charge of the Defense Mapping hidden advantage! (hat. will I)ecome obvious Which: means that when you buy u Volvo
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Agency In the Hydrographic Center, is promoted to his present rank as when you lit down from us,you re getting u lot of the things: you J
G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, put on Inside the scat backs there arc!si raps that
his William $3900
wife, Romelle, and Capt. c.ui see in many cars. "
ion Ixj adjusted with knob to give your kick: :
well lot of the call
the new shoulder boards. As as a things you seein
either firmer or sol ter!supN| >rt. You tan'l see them. ,(
this feature. But you can feel it after a long tripIf "# l "

you couldn't,why would Meri.'tilts-Bent F;
offer it as an option! on their $72()()ui *' VOLVO ': "
:as: : only is 'lhle to tell how .
Not Illml|)()% !S.w,1wrtluilt.iial) "K\fdvu(1lalirr4" ( l ...!lrM'.v'11\* 111'I/F,
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:: "Straight facts"from the .
Dop: e ComFairJax Drug Awareness Team"


If you're the typical picnicker,
you'll probably load your food
basket with deviled eggs, potato
salad, ham or chicken salad
OnDope sandwiches, creamed or seal-
loped dishes, and cream-filled
i desserts. If you take a food
basket like that to a picnic,
kY you're flirting with food poison

Over-dose is the leading cause of death for ing.The most common cause of

heroin addicts. food poisoning is staphlococcic
bacteria. The staph germs are
likely to be found in starch
foods and sweets, such as pota
toes, cream pies, and custards.
Salmonella, another bacteria
that can cause food poisoning,
NEW-DIFFERENT= BALING! may be present in poultry, eggs,
meat, potato salads, and other .
foods when they are not prop-
erly refrigerated. Staph poisoning
can hit in as short a time as
ZNE l
A\M e a two hours, and salmonella poi
soning develops between seven
.5 SK
and seventy-two hours.

TS Although this type of food
f ._ ; poisoning is seldom fatal, it can
.1 M r cause an acute illness of short
duration. Its symptoms include

Y7.w abdominal pain, chills, fever,
frequent vomiting, diarrhea, and
prostration.

Whenever you suspect food
poisoning, get the victim to expel
as much of the food as pos
sible from his stomach immed
I iately. To make him vomit,
'
L' stick your finger down his
throat, or use an emetic (suchas
mustard in lukewarm water).
Call a physician.To .
!MAKING TRACKS-Debbie Hamilton of Sunken Gardens, Fla. guard against food poison-
heads for the voting booth to make sure her candidate plows under ing, follow this adviceBe :
the opposition.
\ v- sure that all foods that
,\ .\ m I I need refrigeration are kept cold
until eaten.

RATED :E \, ,\tW ;\ Government Personnel Mutual -Do not serve hot creamed or

THE scalloped dishes, especially those
r Life Insurance using milk,eggs, flour, or starch,
SWlOgm Company'specialist unless they are made just before
in service to the military' picnic time and. kept hot until .

AUO'Stewardesses::\ JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVE served.If.,
you use ham, egg, chicken
JIM RICHARDSON or other meat salad sand.
EVE Yl NE TIlAEG.1fIGA MICHAEL
STEEGf' MARGMT SKJtl URSULA MARTy-OKKM by THOMAS
ProduCM by MMN C D TRiCN.EASTMAN COLON.A MIIMMIM MCTWMS MUAM> wiches, don't make them in ad
.-..-.....-.. Cdr. USN (Ret.)
711.2JJI \I' vance. Take along the bread
11659 Jonathan Rd. and the mixture under
refrigeration

." ;1 BLUE HELD OVER! Jacksonville 32225 and make sandwiches at
Tel 724-6833
: the picnic.

-Never, NEVER prepare,
transport, or store beverages or
food in galvanized containers I
Acid action zinc results in.
on
C jUNIOFLORIDA JUNIOR COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE an end product that frequentlycauses
., gastro-intestinal upsetsof
%
R4s
gar v'v \ varying severity.
\
1;' L:1iINVITES: ; YOU TO REGISTER NOW FOR COURSES IN Follow these tips and you will
have safer picnics this summer.

\ r'' .7/*; \ ::'!' CAREER, ADULT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION 0 .

As used in relationship tn,
Y"'c//1g65\\ FOR THE FALL TERM CHAMI'US, "physician" means

crHSO a professionally qualified doc
CAREER EDUCATION ADULT, CONTINUING EDUCATION tor or medicine or doctor of osteopathy
who is licensed to
BUSINESS HEALTH OCCUPATIONS .ADULT BASIC EDUCATIONGENERAL INTEREST provide -
HOME ECONOMICS INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION HIGH SCHOOL COURSES CLASSES the medical rare for which
OFFICE OCCUPATIONS TECHNICAL EDUCATION CREDIT DIPLOMA SHORT COURSES payment is requested. Doctorsof
GED TESTS -SELF-ENRICHMENT dental surgery, doctors of
DISTRIBUTIVE: AND MID MANAGEMENT
PERSONAL IMPROVEMENT dental medicine tint! doctors of
surgical chirojmdy! when acting
REGISTER AT THE FJC CAMPUS OR CENTERTOU PLAN TO ATTEND- within the ('UII| e of their licenses -

Downtown Center CUMBERLAND NORTH SOUTH are deemed to be physi
355-6646 Career 3878161 Career 757.6361 Career 725.7120, Ext. 308 cians.FRIENDLYRELAXEDa.
Tech. Adult Eve. Adult 387.8287 Adult 757.6241 Adult 725.7120, Ext. 312

388.8551 .
REGISTRATION IN PROGRESS, DAY CLASSES9am2pm.EVENING CLASSES,3.9 p.m.
CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST QUIET ATMOSPHEREIMIIIHIMMininiMMMIIIMIIIMIIIlnlllll


FJC PART-TIME ADULT. CENTERS (HIGH SCHOOL LOCATIONS) IDEALLY LOCATED FOR
CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.
ANDREW JACKSON SR. HIGHLANDS JR. PAXON SR.RIBAULT '. CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,
ARLINGTON JR. JAMES WELDON JOHNSON JR. SR. CHURCHES AND
EDWARD WHITE SR. KIRBY-SMITH JR. SAMUEL WOLFSON SR. SHOPPING
ENGLEWOOD SR.. MATTHEW GILBERT JR. SANDALWOOD JR.-SR. ,... .. .. AREAS
EUGENE BUTLER JR. NATHAN B. FORREST SR. .TECHNICAL SR. 'i'*x'
_FLETCHER SR. NEW STANTON SR. TERRY PARKER SR. .; I Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.
FORT CAROLINE JR. _OCEANWAY JR. WILLIAM RAINES SR.'N. ., Turn South 2 Blocks

... t Past Forrest High School.
REGISTRATION AT THESE CENTERS: 7T09P.M.SEPTEMBER6AND7 .k
CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 11- .
COLONIALFOR:
FJC offers career and adult education classes at many elementary and community schools and adult

basic education centers. Please call the,adult education offices at the FJC campuses for.Information'I ST

i about these centers. CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 11 '

..,.:) SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS ARE REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION 5928 FIRESTONE I ROAD
+'if' FJC IS APPROVED FOR VETERANS TRAINING
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\ 5 B B ; 69 CHEVROLET IMPALA 72 HONDA CB17S

i 1 2 dr. sedan. AT, PB, PS, Fact. air, 1,600 miles, $450. or best offer
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Elec. seats, R&H. Exc cond. $1600. Transferred, must sell. Includes
Publisher i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING weekends.7651917 aft. 5 pm or anytime helmet and tool kit. NAS Jax ext. 2765.

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JAX AIR NEWS I 71 VW BUS
CALL
NAS Jacksonville : 388-2755 7 passgr AM-FM, 9,000 miles, Good
Ads should be cond. $2485. 7811690.
mailed
to
arrive not later than LOOKINGFOR
TueSday
= for
LATWINGER ; i publlcatln; the following Thursday.
Ads arriving too late 64 CAPRICE
for this
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE I published' the fOlloWing week deadline unless will the be '396', 325 HP, Must sell.Going over.

:: publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or seas. Body & eng. In good cond., AM-
: money order for the full cost of the ad must be FM stereo, AC $750. 384. .2528. A NEW
received
4747 San Juan Avenue WITH the copy for the ad.
6S CHEVY IMPALA CAREER?

Jacksonville, Florida RATE: minlmumChlrveUlines) 1200 2 dr. H-top, '327', AC, PS, PB, R&H,
Per additional line((4 words per lint) ..50I $575.or make offer. 3898 Herschel. 389-

5021. If you qualifyand

_ are willing to work, It
4 q___ ,
n. rvwww.w.'" 69CHRYSLERWGN.Best Is possible to earn as much as
Great Escapel) CED R HILLS: made. Loaded, 30,000 miles, $20,000 per year within 3.5 years.
SEE LUCAYA-FREEPORT 3BR, 2B, concrete blk., Range, wired I M650 or best offer. 3844976. You would be working under a
i;
[ EMPLOYMENT GRAND BAHAMA for dryer, 8 fruit trees, fenced, Ig. three year finance plan,,starting

..... ...w... .' .,... ....... Join us flightour next weekend In. storage rm., plus 7x10 steet storage 68PONTIACCATALINATurquoise Salary negotiable. Call
spection bldg. $550. down. .4 dr., Air & power. Take Lieutenant Alton L. Vaughn U.S.
JOBSIJOBSIJOBSI $200 per COUPLE VanSandt, Realtor 387-1213 over pmts. of $74.35, 18 left. 7716013. NavyRetired( ), Sales Managerwith
Shorthand Secretarys, Dictaphone (Option Plan) Includes ALLI Metropolitan Life Insurance
operators Typists, Clerks,. Flight.Hotel.Meals-Guided Tours. Company at telephone number
Keypunchers. Land Sales! Presentation Next flight NO QUALIFY 64 FORD V-' 356.2621 if interested.
HIGH PAY NO FEE sept. 15.17. For Buy small equity and move In, 3BR,
reservations call Full A-1 condition
,
Call Norrell Temporary VIRGINIA E. : IVj' bath. Cent heat & 26,000 BTU wall power
BELL Realtor 778-0559 ..
396-S37I 2 <.24ii 24 Hour Service 1 AC.Corot.Fenced yd. Close to. bases on

LOCAL PART-TIME SUPERVISORS FOR SALE ... ..... .. .... ...
Coin Jack Forehand : : ::.:: :: ;: :: :f:: ::}t -
Needed for fast growing California Laundry Orange Park area. 6640103rd St. Realtor 7714040 y. wEm1150 ; ::: """'
corporation. 268.5977, 771-6911. Ideal man & wife operation. 264.2559.
HIDDEN WATERS
MAJOR COMPANY EXPANDING SINGERS ns CASH Black Creek, Canal Lake lots /
or
INJAXAREADESIRESTOINTERVIEWMILITARY 3 Sewing machines, $25. each, does available. Excellent fishing, boating, : VOLKSWAGEN: __
PERSONNEl :; IfiC.i 1
everything with attachments, Fur swimming. Mobile Home area. High : _
MANAGEMENT
SALES
FOR nlture Sew 'N' Sound, Inc., 1564. wooded lots. E.Z terms. One mile E. .
Continuous training & education tiendrlcks _Ave., corner of Lfr Salle l St, Lake Asbury on No. 209, LaRue. 725- _
available up to 6 mos. prior to
3992.
MINATURE POODLE PUPPIES LANE AVE. SO. PHONE ,781.5511
separation or retirement and of Black & brown ,
male, 19 mos


course traveling.Plus Bradshaw liberal continuing,Starting 396.9376.fringe Income benefits.thereafter.up Call to$1000.Don No outstanding AM-FM, FM CONSOLE pedigree Stereo, STEREO Contemp.786.3391GE wood F 1111; ljt: !(! I.rillllll OPEN DAILY8T08:30-SATURDAY1T05 SUNDAY TOPM


PART TIME MALE HELP cabinet. Exc cond., Call 772.8566. 69 FORD CLUB Wagon Van $2095

Must work Sat. & Sun. Some nites. FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED ORANGE PARK 70 FORD RANCHERO Pickup $2695
Koblar's Upholstery Co., now affiliated 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn.,
Good pay. 353-641. with Sargent Upholstery Co. Diswasher, Drapes, Carpets, R&H, Vinyl Top
WANTED PART TIME Establ. 45 yrs. in Jax. Free estimates. Elizabeth Apts. 771.1405 or 771-3355.. AUSTIN HEALY SPRITE $1395
Navy or Marine personnel. Night and 69
Free delivery. Over 1000 types of
'day positions available. Apply Mc. material. Workmanship & material CANOE TRIPS 69 KARMANN GHIA AT, AC, R&H ', $1795

Donalds Drive In, 6546 Normandy guaranteed. Up to 10 percent discountto Half day or full day. Arcadia & VW SEDAN I $1450
Blvd active duty & Ret military. Used Bradford Outpost. Santa Fe, It- 68 -
MALE OR FEMALE reupholstered for sale reasonable. 1040 chtucknee,Suwannee& Peace Rivers. New Paint, R&H, AC ,'; ., '

Production workers wanted. Day or Hubbard St. 355.2183 or 389-0977 & 744. For Information. 1-813.927.7001. 72 VW DELUXE BUS ';(; $3095

night shift. Will train. Fiberglass 1934. evenings WILMAR APARTMENTSAir j.
Associates. 1606 E. 8th St. Apply In R&H, 12,000 Miles
AKC DOBERMAN PUPS Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living R
person. Exc. pedigree Vom Ahrtal line. room, Kitchen, Brfst. nook, parking 70 VW SEDAN. R&H, AT, AC $1795

,f' RETIRING Exc. temperment & confirmation. space for 2 cars, water, sewage, HONDA CB 450
72
} Jacksonvllles most progressive 264.5258. garbage, lawn service, Furnished .
cemetery needs 2 men or women who $120., Unfurnished $100. plus 4 per. 72 DATSUN 240Z .
are ambitious and have self con cent sales tax. 387.2541 weekends, 389. Miles
AM-FM Stereo 1,000
fidence. For family counseling 111I\II': IJlill 0'..... AC, AT, ,
position. If you are willing to work 12 67VWSEDAN R&H, New Paint $1195

.. hours per day, S days per week for FURNISHED APARTMENTNear $1695
income potential WOO. 4- per week. NAS & Cecil. 2BR, fenced yd., TW070VW SEDANS. R&H, New Paint.
Call Mr. Shipley, 264.2436.WANTED PRESCOTT,ARIZONA Swimming pool. Available the 15th. 7f1< TMGB R&H $2295
Offers best climate In the state.
\ $80. 771.0348. $1095 .
SPITFIRE
Historic old ranch developed Into 2- 67TRIUMPH
} Someone with electronic experience to
work part time on TV's, Stereos, & acre homesltes near Prescott. COMPLETELY FURNISHEDMO.HO.3BR 71 POP TOP CAMPER. R&H $3495
National Forest. Two acreas: $19995.
train for Sewing Machine repairs. low terms. For full details write Mrs1AL. AC, ww carpet. Ricker Rd. & 71.VW KOMBI VAN AC, R&H $2995
I Inquire 7271 103rd St. 771.1150.Illmrllf.tlV&1. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 103rd St. Conv. to Cecil a'-NAS. 771- 67 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT

North 7th St., Phoenix, 85006. 7348.
Four wheel drive, Ex. Cond. $1095
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LARGE JaR 2BATH
FURN.2BR HOUSE ONE-1970 KARMANN GHIA
Cent Heat&Air.W-W carpet. Den. Lg.
Water furn. fenced yd., Couples only. $1895
I h
fenced yd., very close to Cecil on Paul New paint, R&H
BE A DISCJOCKEY NO pets. $90. 772 9839. .
Call U5-2'44 for I Howard Rd.Jack Forehand 1971 VW SQUAREBACK

Recorded message by 6640103rd St; Realtor 771.4040 ORTEGA HILLS AT, R&Hfactory warranty $2595
Scott Edwards 3BR House
COLUMBIA SCHOOLOF WATERFRONTOrange 771-1405. or 771-3355 1970 VW FASTBACK. R&H $1795

BROADCASTING Park 1969 VW SQUAREBACK, AT, R&H $1995

Home School 3BR,2VjB, approximately 3,000 sq. ft. FURN DUPLEX-WEST JAX $1895
Conv. to Cecil. 1969 VW FASTBACK AC, AT, R&H.
2BR, AC, carport.
1902 Van Ness,San Francisco FR with corner fireplace and built-In
Home Study bookcase. Custom draperies and wall. Adults, No pets. Dep. required. 781- TWO-1970 VW BUSES

Not affiliated with CBS, Inc. to-wall carpets throughout. Gazebo 0201. Deluxe, 7 passenger, R&H $2495
Approved for Veterans& Servicemen with outdoor entertainment facilities,

Local office> 601 Fla..NIt! Bank Bldg.GEORGE'S dock with water and electricity. 2BR, new HOME tile FOR bath,RENT kitchen furn. 1969 VW SEDANS

El- .me garage door opener. Built. Interior recently redecorated. $125. New paint R&H $1495 to $1595
kitchen appliances.
color
KENNELSEst. om 353 4339, ask for MikeBEINGTRANSFERRED.
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Central heat and air. $65,000, can be mo. ONE-1968 VW SEDAN R&H $1350

,...... $13,000 down, $350. mo.
Pick up & Delivery Available. re .r0 Phone' ? 66 VW SEDAN R&H $ 795
for
.
Grooming, Defleaing & Bathing. conventional mortgage) Let a retired Navy man who understands
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard appointment. 24-2682. YOUR problems manage;: Nice Selection of other Model VW's

accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 the rental of your house until you

Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. NEW HOMES return to Jax.Barfleson 100 % GUARANTEE'

3 & 4 BR, 2 baths Built-in.Range, ,O'Neill & Payne, Inc.
Central Heat, Prices from $19,900. 1147 So. Edgewood Ave.
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO
the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspection.
Broker. 389- 3889311fl111il'lctlllilI We gave them
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape Terms. Edw. O. Lyon Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
Players at dealers' cost to liquidate 0361. And guaranteed them 100 percent the repair or replacement of all
stock. Full warranty| Phone 771-0409. MIDDLE BURG AREA ': major mechanical parts*.for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on'in and
tracts in Sun- check
1 acre Mobile Home 2642086. .............................. double
LIVE CRABS nyslde Farms. Call l(: ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE

Wllford's Fish Camp JUSTISS TRAILER PARK ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
JMIZQZ WE BUY & SELL EQUITIESCall 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS Clean.Moderr
us for quick service. trailers and apts 389.3007.
Morrison I.Taylor,Inc.
LAWN MOWING& EDGINGcall 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. SHORT OF CASH DOMESTIC SPECIALS!
737-3864 RENTING
Hart '771.3052
Use our Rental Purchase Planto '<
771-3211 Ext. 8340
CASH get Into a home of your own. 69 MERCURY MARQUIS WAGON $1795

KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER We buy,sell and trade equities... Price Mobile Home Center Loaded, As Is.
Original cost over $200. Looks & runs T. Bailey 10607 Atlantic Blvd.
like brand new, Cash balance$89.95 or 771.3605 Louise Broker lax 7212444BEAUTIFUL71 69 CHEVELLE STATION WAGON $1295

$7.50 772-8936.mo. Rayfields 6437 Wilson Blvd NORMANDY ACRES SKYLINE AT, R&H: $i>sf

4 miles west of Cecil Field.Land Road Is 12x64,2BR, 1 bath/Seperate DR, lots BUICK SPORT WAGON $895
Mac ALPINE frontage, "4 to 10 acre tracts. of windOws. $700. down and take over 66
Local moving & storage specialist. the best Investment for the future. mortg. of $5000 389.8231TRANSPORTATION. Sunroof, New paint, AT, R&H
Licensed and insured. 355-6357 or 354 available over Southwest
tracts
$2295

,1022. TYLER Nights; 771-8949.AIR CONDo SERVICEWe Units Jacksonville.Other Wynne Realty of Florida 389-8507 [1!! : 69 Air BUICK, All power RIVIERA, Vinyl roofAUGUST

service Auto AC, Central 389.5514 4
and Window,Units; Reasonable.
4711 Palmer Lake Shor.. 388.5161STANDARDSCHNAUSERPUPS FOR SALE 71 VWSUPER BEETLE t
$1700 ,
Mobile home lot with 2 mObile homes, 772.9729

AKC registered. Adorable, wormed 5180. mo. Income. 510,000. 7.-3260.
and have had shots. $65. 384-2583.


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New Identification Idea

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Reduces Home: TheftA

new identification scheme make the average householderan
which calls for etching your So. expert. In marking items,

cial Security number on house- care should be taken to mark
hold property may halt the ris certain numbers-3, 6, 9-so
ing incidence of household that they cannot easily be turned
thefts, law enforcement authorities into "8"While ,

feel. one member of the fam- ;,' rr
While the new system is not ily marks, the other members 'f '
yet nationwide, many communities make up the list of items and $
{
-and some ,military instal. indicate where the mark has 'i:!
lations-have adopted the plan. been placed. ,4"

The householder's protectionlies Identification numbers shouldbe }, ". 1iJ
in marking all his family's placed in a spot where they "
possessions with an engravingtool cannot be immediately seen. Ona
and making a complete list bicycle, for instance, the num-
The history of the
of such material in the event ber might be placed at the bottom American Indian's servicein
that a theft occurs. In some of the frame under the
the United States Arm-
communities where the
new program sprocket housing, while
on
has been put into effect, stereo sets, radios, televisionsets NEWOFFICERS JOWC-The JOWCnew officers talk over their ed Forces began with his
the list of marked valuables is and such equipment, the plans for the coming year. Left to Right are Nita Parks, 2nd Vice duties as civilian auxiliaryand
given to the local police, who in number can be etched in the President; Julie Mills, President; Rita Cunningham, 1st Vice 'scout' during the Civil'
turn give the head of the housea frame or underneath the cabi- President; and Mrs. Lawrence R. Gets, Senior Advisory Counselor. War.
sticker to be displayed on the After the war the Indi-
house or apartment.The net.If became of the
ans a part
a piece of property is stolen, Sets CalenderJax
JOWC enlisted ranks and
sticker states that all the police should immediately be were
goods of value that belong to the informed that it has been formed into loose-knit
family have been marked and marked have mach'e companies. One of these
and given the locationof set screen painting, making
registered with the local law the marking. While the ideais up their social calendar for the lamp shades or anything that companies, the Pawnee Indian
Scouts under the
enforcement agency.In not foolproof, it has been coming months. might be of interest, contactMrs. command of Frank and
many communities, local found to be a deterrent. In
On Sept. 27, a "Welcome Rita Cunningham at 264-4783 Luther North,distinguish
civic associations or the police Connecticut it was adopted for Aboard Coffee"will be held at the before Sept. 25. ed themselves
by protect-
department will loan the head ofa 85 towns under the jurisdictionof
household Officers Club. There will be October will be highlighted by a ing workers against hos-
an etching tool to be the state police and one Insurance -
used in this identification pro. company ;has reducedthe hostesses from each commandand combined luncheon that will tile attacks during the

gram. If this is not possible, premium of household insur- everyone is invited to attend. include Navy Wives Clubs from construction of western

you may rent one for a weekendand ance policies for families that Tables will be set up for taking Mayport, Cecil Field and NAS railroads.The .

make the marking a family have followed the system. courses in knitting, crocheting, Jax.The Pawnee Scouts, like

project. Now might be a good time to decoupage, bridge, garden club, luncheon will be at the many Indian units, wore a
Etching tools have tempered, check with the law enforcement tennis,sweet adaline, art lessons, Alhambra Dinner Theatre on combination of a regula
needle-like points -and are used agency at your installation to Navy Relief, Red Cross and Oct. 19 at 11 a.m. Tickets will be tion uniform and their native -
in the same manner pencils.A dress or dispersed
as
see if such an identification pro- more. available some time next week
few with their clothing all together -
minutes practice will gram is underway in your area. Membership cards will also be and reservations will be made a whenever they

available for those who wish to week in advance. The JOWC went into battle.

join the Club. Cancellation date Wives here have invited the The U.S. Indian Scouts
will be Sept.,25. POW-MIA wives in their area to were established by
an or-
11 nun n 11 nMILITARYAUTOMOBILE If anyone would like to spread be their guests at the luncheonand der of the War Depart

their talents with the JOWC by will provide transportationfor ment on August 1, 1866.
instructing courses in paper them. By 1877 there were 474

.. ... ...... ......... ............................. ...... ..... scouts in the
If till* : :::::::-::::-:;:::;:-::::::::::-:':'=';';';'=0;';';';';';;;;;;;;;;....................!.......!..;;;; Army and 10 J
years later, they reached ,t
1-.MovIE..sciiEDUi w.1 their high of 600.

MILITARY CIVILIAN The Scouts were regular
enlisted of the Army.
LOW RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN They received men the

:::::;:=:=:.:.:.:.:.:.::::::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: :;:.:;:=:;:;:;:;:=:;:=:::::::=:;:;:=:=:=;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::::::::; HOSPITAL Thursday.Aug.: "THE NIGHTCOMERS" Color Western, Starring Gary pay and allowances same and
Grimes and Bill Bush..PG" ((92
AMERICAN MAYPORT Color Melodrama, min.) wore the same uniforms as
the regular Army. The
Starring Marlon Brando and
INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE AGENCY"TWO primary distinction between
I....................................... Stephanie Beacham. "R" ((97 Sunday,Sept.3
;::;:::::::;:::::::::::::::;:::::;:::::::::;:;:;:;::::;;;;::;:: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'.: min.) HOSPITAL: "THE RAGING .the Scouts and other -
TIDE" Drama soldiers was the fact
B&W: Starring
OFFICES TO Friday,Sept J that Scouts'
BETTER SERVE YOU"Formerlv a area of
Shelly Winters and Richard
Continental HOSPITAL "PRISONERS OFZENDA"
Insurance Underwriters : service was limited to the
Conte. "PG" ((93 min.)
Color Adventure
general location where he
'6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD 2990MAYPORT ROAD Starring Stewart Granger and Monday,Sept..4 enlisted.
(NearNAS) (NearNS) Deborah Kerr ((100 min. .
) HOSPITAL: "TWINS OF The end of the Indian
Phone 388.7676 Phone 249-5649 Saturday Sept.2 EVIL" Color Horror, Starring Wars brought a drastic reduction -
HOSPITAL : "THE Peter Cushing and Damien in the number of
CULPEPPER CATTLE CO." Thomas. "R" (89 min.) Scouts. In 1891 there were
150 scouts in the Army
but by 1915 there were
only 24 Scouts on active
BEING duty. A year later, the
Scouts' numbers were increased -,
to 39; the addi-
tional men were enlistedfor
General John J. Persh-
6 TRANSFERRED ing's expedition into Mexico -
in pursuit of Pancho
i Villa

( DON'T CLOSE YOUR CREDIT UNION ACCOUNT. The U.S. Indian Scouts
..
I fought their last fight on
May 5, 1916 against a
You can continue to save or borrow by mail from band of Villa's men. Although .

any place .in the world; Lifetime Worldwide credit most of Villa's

union membership is a valuable asset. men escaped capture by
this Apache Scout detach.
Don't throw It away)! ment, the Scouts killed 44
of Villa's men and wounded
&Iy If''' you're not a member; many others. No Amer-

ican soldiers, red'or white,
.Y.S:; it's not too late to join: were wounded.


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L*- _. "v WHY BUT MELVIN APE You I, a *" ", 'Hey, Lookit My Chopper! .


''9 LEAVING ME ? ;. .,
s 1A r Motorcycling is among the primarily designed for long dis clist may stop in a much shorter
fastest growing modes of trans- tance highway riding. distance: than expected. This
portation in the world. In the Motorcycles are not in them coupled with the hazardous factor -
of smaller brake light thatis
a
United States alone, almost selves dangerous and, in fact,
somewhat invisible in direct
three million motorcycles have feaures.
unique! safety
possess sunlight, necessitates attentive
joined over ninety million other the most significant
,. BECAUSE I motor vehicles registered for Among safety features are unobstructed driving on the part of the motorist -

FOUND MV FPGksi street use. This rise in popularity visibility, rapid responsiveness,
; (a 400 per cent growth in and maneuverability. The lighting system of a mo-
CARP STILL the past 7 years) makes co-ex- torcycle creates a different hazard
:. ,, YOUR puRsEINl/ istence between twoand four- In order for the twoand four- for the motorist at night.
wheeled vehicles essential. wheel vehicles to coexist the Even though a motorcycle'slight
;la! WOW :I CANTVOTE motorist needs to watch out for
; produces adequate brightness -
'k !IN THE Legally a motorcycle Is de cyclists and know what to ex- accustomed to
we are per-
fined as "a motor having a seator
of them.
GENERALELECTION saddle for the use of the rider pect ceiving distance at night by size.
/ and designed to travel on not It's easy to misjudge the The smaller headlamp and tail
I more than three wheels in con- speed of an approaching motor- light may appear to be a dis-
tact with the ground, but ex- cycle, especially if we forget tant one-eyed automobile.Safe .
cluding tractors." that most motorcycles can easily co-existence between automobiles -
t'OUR1 ROOM maintain the same highway and motorcycles car-
The three basic of
types mo-
speed as cars. ries a dual responsibility and
torcycles are sports, offstreetand
the must live. to his
touring. The sport cycle is The braking ability of a cycleis cyclist up
the most highly tuned and responsive an important factor to re- share.
; the off-street model is member. When following a motorcycle First, unlike an automobile, a
.' i designed for off-street opera the motorist mutt allow motorcycle is usually steered by
4 tion; and the touring model is for more braking area. The cy- the rider changing the positionof
his body weight. An inatten-
0 0AT tive cyclist could change lanes

e Cycle Safety Course quickly actions. without realizing his


Secondly, many hazardous sit-
Jax The recently stated Navy concern with uations are a direct result of

motorcycle safety is a reality here at NAS Jax.A poor judgment on the part of
the cyclist. Due to the small
class on motorcycle safety is held in Hangar 1000, size of the two-wheeled vehicle,

? Room 234 on the next to last Wednesday of every month. it is often tempting for the cyc-

The class is open to all military personnel, civilian list to ride between two lanesof
at red light to feel
cars a ; or
and their The includes
employees dependents. course that there's adequate room to
films, lectures, and two and one-half hours of pass automobiles on the right
defensive driving. hand side of the road.

"I'VE GOT A FEELING THAT WE IIAVENT IMPRESSED M.J. Grundy of the Driver Testing Facility is in The number of automobilesand

AIRMAN CORNWALL WITH THE SERIOUSNESS OF THE charge of coordinating the course.Registration motorcycles using the public -
CHARGES BROUGHT AGAINST HIM!!!" highways is increasing each
year. Since it is unlikely that
we'll return to those days of the
LOOK.1 CLEARANCE $Ate Set For horse and carriage, there's only
'$ PVNt, TOM, LlfA"; : ,", ,one logical solution to our prob-
tlvn. $tRVIC:.PEPUONNEt.
lem. As a motorist or a motor
cyclist, we must assume those
S FJC On Board ClassesJax important responsibilities


Registration for onboardF1oridaJwUorConegenon Painting (Tues. and Wed.), Women get
reWt Typing 1 (Mon., Wed. and

.. SstroT'AA'M courses will be Thursday, Sept. 7 Thurs.) and Speed Reading over $2 billion
1 from 10 a.m. to 2 pjn. in the (Monday).
Educational Services Office, Auto Mechanics and Auto Body
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So.-- o 1295 Bldg. 200. will be held at an FJC facility
All military personnel and their downtown at Hogan and State
dependents are eligible for these Street from 6-9 p.m.
courses. Art and Oil Painting will be at
The following courses will the NAS Jax Hobby Shop from 6-9
i begin the week of Sept. 11 and
cost $2 each: p.m.Typing will be held in Bldg. 200

?I 46oad Automotive Mechanics (Wed. ESO from 4-5:30: p.m: and
came and Thurs.), Auto Body Repair Speedreading will be in Hangar
(Wed. and Thurs.), Art and Oil 1000, Room 234 from 7-10 p.m.

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THEY'RE STANDING GOOD&BAD 19 5
SPECIALS 16 8
ti SPLIT MAKERS 14 10
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AFEES 14 10
CONTINENTAL NATIONAL LEAGUEW
LEAGUE SPARKS 10 10
L W L DRAGONS No.2 11 13
PATHFINDERS 23 5 CHASERS 11 2 HUNTERS '9 11
HAWKS FICEUR5 12 4 FLEWEAFAC
23 9 10 15
CHIEFS 13 11 WOMEN'S LIB 10 6 VP-45 No.1 9 15
MARBKS 15 13 GEMS 10 6 NUBS 4 16
ADPERS 12V 11% FLAPJAX 12 8
CFJ STIFFS 8 8
14 14
HURRICANES 16 16 NAMTD 10 10 VW-4 IsSecond
VP-62 12V :5V4: LEPRECHAUNS 9 '11
=-1 : DRAGONS No.4 10 14 NATTC 6 10

., HOSPITAL 7 13 QUACKS 4 16
_HA FUMBLERS SCRAMBLERS 1 15
i-- 1 FUMBLERS TOO 10 18 ;
4 20
ATLANTIC LEAGUE Jax The results of the
AMERICAN LEAGUE Atlantic Fleet Forces Afloat

W L W L Sailing Championships are as
LATE CHARGERS 20 4 REBELS 17 3 follows: 1st Place, UDT 21 of
SAW BONES 16 8 RADAR 17 18 6 COMPHIBLANT, NAVSTA
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FUBARS 15 9 DRAGONS No.1 *' 14 6 Norfolk; 2nd Place, VW-4 of
BOOZERS 13 11 TARS 13 7 COMNAVAIRLANT, NAS
COMFAIRJAX SOFTBALL RUNNER-UP-Captain Donald J. ADCOP '12 12 BUSCH BUDS 12 12 Jacksonville; 3rd Place,VXE 6 of
Childers, NAS XO, presents the runner-up trophy for the Com Fair Jax BEES 11 13 CHIEFS 11 ,13 COMNAVAIRLANT, NAVSTA .
Softball Tournament to Lt. A.E. McDavid, Jr. for VP49. To Captain 9 11 CAG-20 9 11 Newport; 4th Place, USS Ulysses "
Childers'left is Cdr. R.A. Hall, CO of VP-49,and to Lt.Me David's rightis DRAGONS No.3 8 12 BUSCH LEAGUERS 9 15 S. Grant of COMSUBLANT
ADJI George Wheeler. TOP FIVE 6 18 GUTTER DUSTERS 5 11 NAVSTA Charleston; and 5th
AIMD 6 18 VP-45 No.2 6 14 Place,Second Marine Air Wing of
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SeasonJax K3DIS learnmc cemer

Sportsmen electing to
hunt with black powder and

muzzle loading firearms will The Kadis Learning Center is a special kind of ,
have four special primitive gun school with staff and We
are
hunts scheduled during the 1972- a specialized program.
73 hunting season. dedicated to the development of the child with

The first muzzle loading op- average or above average intelligence who has
portunity will be a 12-day hunt
problems in learning.If .
scheduled for September 18
through September 29 in the J.W.
Corbett Wildlife ManagementArea your child is suffering these problems, you- ', i

in Palm Beach County. and he-are not alone. There are many and they are" .

Primitive gun hunters will being helped. Why not.call us .for_ a conference ,and : .: ':
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share the 55,000-acre()()( Corbett preliminary diagnostic test? =.'", '. ,*'j"*, "*$$ j r .''":,.t:
Area with bow hunters'and will .
be required to a regular ," I ,
possess : ,' "' .
hunting license plus a $10.00 -:
wildlife management area

permit. PROBLEMS PROGRAMS EVALUATION .
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The Citrus Wildlife
Management Area in Citrus Children who evidence any of The Kadis Learning Center is A comprehensive diagnostic
County will be the scene for a the following symptoms may dedicated to the development of and evaluative testing procedurehave

special two-day primitive a learning problem: the child with average or aboveis provided each child:
weapons hunt on December 1617. intelligence who hasa
A total of 1200 hunters will be average
problem and offers a .
learning
permitted for the Citrus hunt and
each hunter must possess a specialized program with:

regular license, plus a wildlife I, '

management area permit and a Overactive Qualified Staff Psychological-Personality
special primitive weapons permit Poor Reader Individual Instruction Evaluation
which is issued without charge by
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the Game and Fresh Water Fish Short Attention Span Perceptual Development Academic Abilities Battery ':..,
Commission. Daydreams Speech and Hearing Therapy Speech and Hearing

Applications for special Citrus Fidgety Reading Remediation EvaluationPoor
primitive weapons hunting Concentration Summer Classes Vision Analysis
permits may be obtained from Withdrawn 10 Children Per Class Preliminary Interview and
the Commission and will be Awkward or Clumsy 1 Teacher-1 1 Teacher Aide Program Conference
available in early September.Other Temper Tantrums All Academic Subjects Perceptual Motor Screening
primitive gun hunts will Easily Discouraged Ideal Location Complete Physical
be held National Wildlife
on
Reverses letters, words Air Conditioned Classrooms Examination
Refuges at St. Vincent Island in '
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for yourself or as I professional staff for the remediation of specific are conducted between teachers and
personalized gifts for learning problems provide the basis for instruction parents to insure a cooperative attitude toward the ..,
friends. concern of the child.
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Slowpitch: VA-12 suffered their SLOWPITCH at Cecil Field) and and MacClain and Scarbora 2

first 2nd round setback at the one double play. each for the winners. "Sully"

hands of the Marines, 4 1. The With runners on 1st and 2nd, Sullivan with a triple and two sL $+ r

loss, combined with VA-12's win the Marine shortstop speared a singles was VA-66's hitting star.
over VA46 will force a playoff line drive and tossed to 2nd for Ward was the winning pitcher.The a

between VA-12 and VA-66 for the the putout on the runner. The 2nd Marine fielders once again r

2nd round title. A victory by VA. baseman relayed the ball to 1st to gave their pitcher excellent

12 in the playoff will wind up complete the triple killing. support with a flawless fielding
Softball activity for the season. Only an unfortunate forfeit loss performance as the Yellow

However, if VA-66 wins they will prevented the Marines from at Waterites showed their class in

have to again play VA-12 for the least sharing in a tie for 2nd blanking VC-2, 100.. : : t ....I.j. '_
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station championship (VA-12 won round honors. VA-12 banged out 20 hits in f' '4': r. .1.. ..

the 1st round). VA12.10, VA-66.7. VA-66 saw pasting NAMTD14.1. VA-12 was : :. ., A
The Marines backed up win a 5.1 advantage go up in smokein also the grateful beneficiaries of .' .

ning pitcher Williams with some the 5th inning as VA-12 exploded 9 NAMTD errors. Husky, Pope, "Four officers of Attack Squadron Eighty Seven were promoted

truly remarkable fielding, as for 6 runs on five singlesand Falcon, Scarbro, winning pitcher recently in ceremonies high atop the Acropolis in Athens, Greece.

they executed a rare triple play one VA-66 fielding miscue. Ward, Sullivan, Brown and Commander Jack Fetterman,. (center) Commanding Officer of the
(the first triple play in Falcon and Allen had 3 hits, MacDonals each had two hits for Golden Warriors, Is shown giving the oath to (L-R) Lt. Mike McDonald
VA-12. Pope and Sullivan strokedout L*. Doug Connell, Lt. Marty Reagan and Lt. Mike Quinn."

homers.BOWLING
\II"" Pappy DelVecchlo reportedthat
CONATIONAL LEAGUR: The the bridge on the ALBANY is CHAMPUS

new league opened last Wed. too small for the installation of a

nesday with some excellent Individual bowling alley. However,the Don Warns About

performances. Top Carter of Mayport still slaps a pinor
Home of kegler was David with a 190-198- two down once in a while at the

AMERICA'S FAVORITE 201, 589: Dale Howard ((193-212, local lanes False Ads

548)); Gaba ((193.202, 540)); Dave Tom Puckett, 98 average and

Falls ((172.171.192; 535)); Don all, is now regaling the crew of "Caveat emptor" "let the
Meyer (171-224( 532)); Silver the GUADACANAL with his buyer beware" .' say officialsof
((198-169, 530)); Nagel (197-178( bowling expertise. Tom stated the Civilian Health and Med

523)); Frede ((179.192, 521)) ; that as soon as the ship ceases ical Program of the Uniformed

DelaCruz (172-183,518)); Stopinskl it's continual deploying, he will Services (CHAMPUS), espe
((171-192, 518)); Conaway ((191-180, establish a new version df his cially when purchasing or rent
512)); 'Mac' McDowell ((188-170, infamous Plumbers. ing conditioning devices used in
the control of enuresis bedwet-
510)) and Powell ((168-178, 507)). (
ting). Promotional and advertising -
Fourteen teams have enteredthe
materials that imply
1I. league. After one night of CHAMPUS endorsement of any
bowling only two teams (AIMD
Rod and particular product or service are
and Medical) have unblemished completely false and misleading.

records. VA-45, the Marines and Before enuretic conditioning

AIMD No. 2 are tied for 3rd place Gun ClubCecil programs are payable under
with identical 3 1 records. CHAMPUS they must be recommended -
I CLAW-1 apparently forgot the in writing by a licensed
new day for bowling (much like Field Rod and Gun Club physician after he has performed -
Pavlov's1 dogs, some teams are will hold their monthly meeting a complete history and
still conditioned to a Thursday Thursday Sept. 7, at 1930. All physical examination of the patient
night of bowling) date and failedto members are requested to at. Payment for authorized
show up. tend. Our annual Fish Fry benefits can then be made either

Two of Cecil Field's bowling scheduled for Sept. 23rd will be under the CHAMPUS Basic
the Program for the
Program or
discussed
alumnus were aboard the station among other improtant
Handicapped.
during the past week. business.
Sponsors, however, are advised
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Jax' .. Intramural Touch
Football has been under way for INTRAMURAL TENNIS,ANYONE?-Those who did not attend the
two weeks and the proceedingsare ': Intramural Tennis organizational meeting yesterday and are in
already becoming feverish ;'),f 1ft'"J terested in signing a team,contact the Athletic Office Ext.3239.
and high-spirited. The standings ';", "" REGIONAL GOLF FINALS Final results of the South Atlantic

change day to day and it is quite Regional Golf Tournament held in Bainbridge, Maryland, found
possible that this year could be ''." Seaman Ray Chambers of Mayport in a tie for first place with a score
hotly contested among several of 281. DK2 Norm Secia, ComFairJax, winner of the CINCLANTFLT
teams in each league.All Tournament held here two weeks ago, was tied for fifth place with
the. scores, arranged by + w NARU'S LCDR Gerald H. Mollencop. They each had a score of 300.
days the games were played, are Chambers finished second behind Secia in the CINCLANTFLT
as follows: August 14th: .S tournament, a single stroke separating them.
POWER BOAT TRIP-The NAS JAX Power Boat Club is planning a
COMM 0 VP-4528
MARBKS 22, ; ,
VP-56'0 August 15th: PUBWKS trip to Anastasia Park this Saturday morning and plans to return
; Sunday. The park is one-half hour this side of Daytona and space is
WEPS 6 FAW-11 12, MATSG
12
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available for visitors. For information on this trip, contact Jerry
August 16th: Air OPS 24 ,
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; % Stenns,Ext.3120,or John McNanan,Cecil Field. Ext 100,or 7864652.
FICEUR 6; HOSPITAL 14, Also,the next meeting will be held at 8:00: p.m. at the NAS Marina on
WEPS 17th NARJAX ,
August : September 5th.FOOTBALL -t ..
22,HOSP 6;NDRC 34,MARTD 6; OFFICIALS NEEDED-The 1972 Intramural Football
August 21st: VP-45 24, OPS 12; season still needs officials. Interested persons should contact the
MARBKS 20, FICEUR 8 August ....
; :,.\. Athletic Office, Ext. 3239.
22nd: FAW-11 1, FATSOTG 0 NARU'S RAMBLIN' '11- NAS JAX ROD AND GUN CLUB -There will be an organizational
(Forfeit); NARJAX 20,PUBWKS RAFTERS-With the Coast Guard in the meeting of the NAS JAX Rod and Gun Club at 4:15 p.m., August 31st,
background ready to rescue unfortunate raftsmen, f3ARU's
any
14; August 23rd: MATSG 20, crew in the Auditorium of Hangar 1000. All interested personnel, civilian
patiently awaits the start of the first annual Ramblin' Raft held
FATSOTG 2; VW-4 14, COMM 6; race and military,are invited to attend, For further information, contact
last Saturday. The took fourth
crew a place finish in their class.Rollin' .
August 24th: MATSG 28, N DRC CWO-2 Lacy M. Adams, Ext. 3337 or 2330.
20; HOSP 8, MARTD 6; ,August FLIER'S BASKETBALL Anyone interested in the Navy Jax Fliers
28th: MARTD 12, FAW-11 6; On The RiverJax Basketball team should contact Coach Carl Hattabaugh, ext.. 3184.
FICEUR 26, VP-56 18. Tryouts are being held September 5th at 5:30: p.m.in King Hall.
The games above conclude What could be a better Railroad trestle, the bridge INTRAMURAL GOLF SCHEDULE CHANGE Intramural Golf
with Monday's scores. way to spend a Saturday afternoon lowered directly on the raft will start September 11th vice September 5th. If team captains have
than ramblin' down the nearly capsizing the craft.In not turned in their rosters, they should do so immediately. Schedulesand
St.John's river on a unique raft? the process of righting the rules are ready to be picked up at the Athletic Ofice.
D That's what eight NARU vessel, one of the crew was PISTOL PROGRAM -The Fall Intramural Pistol Program begins
sailors did in last Saturday'sGreat thrown into the river. He was September 12th. Very few rosters and signed entry forms have been
Ramblin' Raft Race when recovered unharmed and the trip turned in to the Athletic Office. The schedules and rules are ready,so
they entered their raft, which was resumed to the starting line interested teams should contact the Athletic Office as soon as
consisted of a 1961 Volkswagenbody without incident. possible..
complete with mast and sail The race took about 50 minutesto
and mounted on three aircraft complete and the raft was ;.r

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The sailors paddled way filled a crude sail for the first
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the Jacksonville area. remainder of the race being run, }
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FICEUR 1 2 sailors and their craft passed NARU's Commanding Officer
VP-56 0. 2 under the Florida East Coast Captain Hugh J. Tate.

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,. Foxes .
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Jax VP-5's senior team, the
Gray Foxes came in with a strong
finish and captured the NAF
Sigonella Intramural Softball
Championship. Their star pit
cher, ATI Doug Passen, was out
with an injured arm for the first
four games,which the Grays lost

With Passen's return,however,
the team began a long winning
streak. Lt. Joel Howard had no r'd
equal in the league as a shortstop. a.tr .
z AZ1 Wayne Dean, the third base
coach, called all the signals, and t ,
Lt. Mike Bleecker put in a fine

+ w performance as catcher. ;

With talent like this and the IT TAKES LOTS OF EFFORTI-Lynn Klein,.quarterback for the
able coaching of "Stretch Fox", HOSPITAL, seems to be under some pressure as MARTD pours It on
LTJG Bob Thompson, the Grays In last Thursday's contest. The HOSPITAL won by a narrow 8 to 6.
JUDO CLUB PROMOTIONAL CEREMONY-Members of the NAS became an unstoppable team.
Jax Judo Club are pictured above during a promotional ceremony in
y., which 70 people changed to the International Rank System. 30 others Competition centered around
joined the International Organization. SSGT. R. Singleton founder of the Supply team, the Gray Foxes SEE THE NEW
the Club, is at the far left of the top row. (E-6 and above) and the Red
Foxes (E-5 and below), VP-5's ROLLING HILLS C-J 6 TODAY,
junior team. Towards the end of
Judo Club Ceremony the season the fierce but friendly

Jax-A promotional ceremony A life membership in the competition among these teams
recreational focal
was held Wednesday, August United States Judo Federationwas provided a 4i
for the entire base.
23rd,for members of the NAS Jax presented to Singleton by the point
Judo Club and also served as a parents of the members and they The bleachers were packed and i
testimonial occasion for SSGT. presented his wife, Delores, witha the fence was solidly lined with J
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Rudolph Singleton,founder of the music box.Michael sport fans during the final t' 4 L1m1:5:4
Club. McCrearey was championship game between the
There are currently around 105 honored as Most Improved in the Supply Department team and the !
members in the club and the club and Mrs. Beatrice Moyerwas Grays. Both teams had excellent :
ceremony was for promotingsome presented a plaque for her
season records (Supply 18 and 3
of the members into the outstanding contributions to the and the Grays 15 and 6)) but two ofSupply's
International Ranking Systemand growth and orderliness of the '
three losses were to the
also for induction of new organization. ., \4:
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members. 7726 LENOX AVE.

the final game' got underwayit PHONE 781-1740
SSGT. Singleton founded this Navy-Marine ". became evident that the Grays '
club a little over year ago and Bowling were doing something right. The rATIO i
proudly boasts that it is one of the team was working together
finest in the south. His efforts Scores better than ever. Supply never : K DR LI L I. 1
mount up to about 2500 hours .of 5W: had an opportunity to gain the
his own time building it to its L slightest advantage and lost the 1 I AI
present position. The experienceand MAGNIFICENT-7 37 15 game 11 to 1. "H ndEfr
concern behind it are im THE DRUNKS 36 16
.. measurable. KINGSLEY MOTORS '32 20 With that, the championshipfell
;, 29th will THE SLEEPERS 25 27 into the hands of the old, sly MODEL C-16 re
September Singleton 113 112You'll
THE BOWLING TEAM 241h 27% Foxes. With a record as COM-
be leaving Jacksonville for Japan love the gracious front GARAGE
and will be replaced as directorof IT'S ON ORDER 24 28 FAIRJAX champions last year porch, spacious entrance foyer i''
THE GREEN MACHINE 29 and NAF Sigonella championsthis
the club by a civilian, George 23 and the huge family room in this
SEMPER FI 29 the Mad Foxes look
23 year
Nakamera, who bolds'a 6th model. The dining area and
MURRAY'S LUNCH 31 forward to a promising season in
degree Black Belt. He is the 21 living room 'overlook the patio
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