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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: September 7, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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VOL. '30 NO. 25 Published In The Interest of Personnel 1 of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida SEPTEMBER 7, 1972
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Fla. Jax As anticipated, the next military pay raise has been delayed
from,October to January 1, 1973.
In an effort to keep Federal pay standards in line with wage-price
controls, the President announced to Congress that he is postponing
' the Oct. 1 Civil Service and Military pay raises until next year.
t. Mr. Nixon said he strongly believes that public servants should r
ji receive pay comparable to the private sector. However,he added, it 'is iYro //gyu
'" also necessary that military and civil employees be treated the same A I

as private employees, receiving no more than one raise every. twelve

months.When the pay raise does take effect for Federal civilian employeesit's 2 ,, J JE

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expected to be close to the 5.1 percent recommended by the Officeof
Management and Budget. E
The recommended military raise is 6.7 percent.
More PO's to AdvanceA I
total of about 200putstanding petty officers will be meritoriously .
advanced to CPO and P01 status on May 1 of next year. BIG DONATION Cdr. D.F. Springer, Navy Exchange Officer,presents I check for S3,600to LCdr.
The advancements will be authorized for first and second class PO's Sandra L. Snodderly, NAS Unit Coordinator, on behalf of the Navy Exchange employees as Capt.
who have demonstrated sustained exceptional performance, both William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, looks on.CFCFundDrive. t
professional and technical, but who have not been advanced after
taking five or more advancement examinations.That .
scheduled.number must include at least three of the last five exams UnderwayJax

Previous meritorious advancement programs have been so suc-
cessful that the program has been approved for continuation annually.A The 1972-73 Combined Federal Campaign got underway here yesterdaywith
selection board of officers and senior enlisted members will a kick-off rally in NATTC's King Hall.

convene in January to review records of personnel nominated by Capt. William G. Sizemore, station CO, moderated the rally, which included an
commanding officers and to recommend those who best
qualified for advancement. appear address by RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, COMFIARJAX and co-chairman for the

1'4 Names of selectees will appear in a BUPERS Notice in February. Combined Federal Campaign- in Duval County.

BUPERSNOTE 1430 of Aug.. 25 contains more information and a Also at the kick-oft
speaking Child Day Care Centers, Family
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1t: sample letter of recommendation. Mrs. Quinn R. Barton
rally was Consultation Service,Girl Scouts,
;,1 BAS,BAQ Extended to POW-MIAs Jr., currently serving as Vice- Goodwill Industries, Jewish
Basic Allowance for Quarters (BAQ) and Basic Allowance for Available President of Crusade for the Family&Children's Services and
Subsistence (BAS) entitlements have been extended to all military American Cancer Society Duval Legal Aid Association.And .
personnel in a Prisoner of War or Missing in Action status, accordingto County Unit, and First Vice-
a recent Comptroller General Decision. SoonJax President of the Junior League of
Previously, BAQ and BAS have been withheld from personnel who Jacksonville, Inc. the Mental Health
were not receiving the allowances at the time of capture or entering a The CNO's SITREP 6 Mrs. Barton has served as Association, Morning Star
missing status. film is now being distributed to secretary for the American School, Pine Castle Inc.,
The new interpretation of the law credits all single POW-MIAs, major fleet and shore establish Cancer Society and chairman of Salvation Army Speech and
l' without dependents,BAQ of their grade during their POW-MIA status. ment commands.In the 1970 Residential Drive. Hearing Center Travelers Aid
. Additionally, enlisted POW-MIAs are entitled to BAS. "One Day At A Time", Also participating in the rally Society, United Cerebral Palsy
The BAQ credit is not authorized if the member's dependents are rehabilitated alcoholics discuss were coordinators,chairmen and United Fund, Urban League,
, assigned to government quarters. Detailed information regarding the problems of alcohol abuse, its Keymen the station and its U.S.O., Visiting Nurse
: specific entitlements and authorization for payment will be forwardedby symptoms, and what the Navy tenant commands.This Association, Volunteers of
a forthcoming change the DoD Pay Manual. had done and is doing to help year's campaign will run Arlington Central Johnson-
4 them through its Alcohol through October 20 and the goal Metropolitan Opportunity and
Rehabilitation Program.The for the Navy in the Greater Y.M.C.A. Downtown Branch.
R film tries to help eliminatethe Jacksonville area has been set at
i' st The National Health Agenciesare
stigma attached to $228,000. Last year, the Navy
alcoholism and seeks to cause the Muscular Dystrophy
i'i donated $282,000, exceeding'theirgoal
i f viewers to look a little closer at by $62,000. Associations of America, The
themselves and their personal American Cancer Society,
t drinking patterns. The Combined Federal American Heart Association,
i'I SITREP 6 points out that Campaign is an annual federal National Association for
alcoholism is highly,complex in charity drive to support 37 Retarded Children, National
I nature anddespite the fact that it agencies of the United Fund,four Cystic Fibrosis, Research
.n IMR fr has been a social reality for International Service Agenciesand Foundation, March of Dimes,
centuries, remains too little eight National Health National Society for Crippled
understood.The Agencies. Children and Adults and the
aim of "One Day At A United Fund agencies sup- National Society for the

I; ....,....,> Time" is to improve; that understanding ported by the campaign are: Prevention of Blindness.
' by illustrating that American Red Cross, American
The International Service
Ii. : 5 chronic alcoholism can be and is Social Health Association, Ar- Agencies are C.A.R.E., Planned
;:. : being successfully treated in our thritis Foundation, Big Brothers, Parenthood-World Population,
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,. .' I. Navy today. Boy Scouts, Boys Club, Camp Project Hope and the
;:,." "; w 'i w",.,.,... .i', Films in the SITREP series are Fire Girls, Catholic Charities American-Korean Foundation.
..;. .. designed to explore items of Bureau, Child Guidance Clinic. Richard C.
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Capt. O'Loughlin,
f f,I; ', .1; _.... ....-. \I, ..',. / interest and areas of conern to all Also, Children's Home, NAS Jax's Supply Officer,,,is the
101.- J. \ Naval personnel, their depen Children's Museum, Clara White chairman of the Navy-Duval
J:. :!: The Race Is On! Contestants from NARF reach the half-way dents and civilian employees.The Mission, Community Planning Steering Committee Coordination \
:.; .. point of the 50 Meter Run-Walk (Mostly Run) held Monday through Jax Air News will an- Council, Coordinated Child Care Group for the Combined Federal I
their well-being and nounce when the film is received Program, Council on Social Work
:';.'. Friday at 3:31 p.m. sharp. Risking own physical Campaign.
, the paint lobs on the on-coming cars, the contestants dash across the here and the film will then be Education, Daniel Memorial, Kick-off rallies were held
", '_ street to their own automobiles In quest of the prized "Getting Home available for loan through the Home, Day Nursery and Kinder Tuesday at Cecil Field and
One Minute Earlier Medal.. One of these days, someone won't get Service Information Office, Ext. garten Association, Episcopal Mayport.
home at all. 2379.
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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 expressions
,r of the Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised." .


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Eggs to Order Grilled Hot Cakes w Snowflaked Potatoes Hawaiian Sweet

. -. Maple Ham, Cottage Syrup Fried Choice Potatoes of Bacon, Chilled or Potatoes Beans, Buttered Applesauce Corn, Seasoned on the Wax Cob *


I ._.. menu --..._. _... ..-. ....-. ... Soup Tomato BRUNCH, Grilled Juice ratio, Pastry Hamburgers a.m. Cream Bar. ,of French Potato Salad SANDWICH Bars. Bar, Pumpkin LINE: Sloppy Pie, Iced Joes Fruit on with"Proof distilled is usually alcoholic associated products.'Proof' .

Fried Potatoes, Baked Pork & Beans, Hamburger Bun, Frankfurters or divided by two equals
Friday Sept. I Salad Bar, Strawberry Short Cake, Salad Bar Cherry Pie, Oatmeal Grilled Hamburgers, French Fried the per cent of alcohol by vol.
BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Chilled Chocolate Pudding. Cookies. Potatoes Dessert Bar. ume.
Plums,' Fried Eggs to Order Grilled Saturday, Sept.9 SUPPER: Roast Fresh Ham, Brown SUPPER: Beef Sukiyaki or Fried
French Toast Maple Syrup, Choiceof BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Chilled Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Ap Liver & Onions, Steamed Rice Brown
Ham or Bacon, Home Fried Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, plesauce, Boiled Navy Beans, Buttered Gravy, Pickled Beets, Buttered June
Potatoes Creamed Dried Beef, Scrambled Eggs w-CheeseChoiceof Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Peas, Salad Bar, Raspberry Jello,
Chilled Apple Juice, Pastry Bar. Luncheon Meat or Pork Sausage, Raisin Nut Cake, Vanilla Pudding, Orange Pudding.
DINNER: Oyster Stew, Deep Fat Baked Pork & Beans, Pastry Bar. Monday, Sept. II Thursday, Sept. 14
Fried Fish or Baked Meat Loaf, BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Tomato BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Fried BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Chilled
.Tartar Sauce, Brown Gravy, Baked Vegetable Soup, Hot Roast Pork Eggs to Order, French Toast Maple Grapefruit Juice, Fried Eggs to Or. DOd aC
Macaroni Cheese and Tomato, Sandwiches,French Fried Potatoes, Syrup, Choice of Pork Sausage or der Grilled Pineapple Hot Cakes w
Boiled Pinto Beans, Buttered Brussel Brown Gravy, Chilled Apple Sauce, Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork & Beans, Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or
Sprouts Salad Bar, Assorted Tarts, Salad Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Iced Fruit Chilled Orange Juice, Pastry Bar. Bacon, Baked Pork & Beans, Pastry mw ).
Brown Sugar Cookies. Bars. DINNER: Navy Bean Soup Yankee Bar.
SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salad Pot Roast of Beef, Natural ,
: or SUPPER: Barbecue Chicken, Barbecue Gravy DINNER: Tomato Rice Soup, Cold
Grilled Hamburgers Frankfurters, Sauce, Mashed Potatoes, Grilled Potato Patties, Buttered Platter of Sliced Ham, Bologna, NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Carrots, Spinach, Cream Style Corn, Salad Salami Roast Beef, Turkey, .
Dessert Bar.SUPPER Southern Style Greens, Salad Bar Bar, Strawberry Cream Pie, Cheddar Cheese, Cold Potato Salad,
: Ginger Pot Roast of Beef, Orange Pudding, Raspberry Jello. Browhies. Cold Baked Beans,ChilledTomatoes, Sunday
Natural Gravy, Franconia Potatoes, Sunday, Sept. 10 SANDWICH LINE: Chili Dogs or Salad Bar, Baked
Apples, Peanut Church School (all ages)
Hot Spiced Beets, Buttered June Peas BREAKFAST: Hot Oatmeal, Fried Grilled Ham & Cheese, French Fried Butter Cookies. 9 a.m. at Chapel Annex.
r Potatoes, Dessert Bar.
I SANDWICH LINE: Submarine Divine Worship 10:30: a.m.
SUPPER: Baked Veal Loaf, Tomatq Sandwich or Grilled at All Saints' Chapel.
Hamburgers,
Gravy, Buttered Egg Noodles,
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a AX JJL t,JR NEWS Seasoned Greens, Boiled Pinto Potato Frankfurters Chips,, French Dessert Fried Bar. Potatoes, Sr Youth High Worship) 10:30: (am Jr. and at
Beans, Corn Bread Muffins, Salad
SUPPER : Grilled Choice Steak, Chapel Annex Junior and
Bar, Jelly Rolls, Vanilla Pudding.
French Fried Potatoes, Club Senior Youth Fellowship
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Tuesday Sept. 12 Brown Gravy, Buttered Spinach Mixed, 1:30 p.m. at Bldg. 722.

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station Chilled BREAKFAST Cooked Farina, Vegetables, Salad Bar, Tomato.Spice evening worship 7.30
Tomato
Juice,
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Order, Home Fried Potatoes Fried ,Eggs Soft or to Cake, Chocolate Pudding. p.m. at the Small Chapel.

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Hard Boiled Eggs, Choice of Bacon or Tuesday

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Ham, Creamed Dried Beef, Pastry Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Bar. p.m. at Bldg 750 and
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 112-3Jl8 or DINNER: Cream of Tomato Soup Christian Science Service 8
3119. Southern Fried Chicken, Snowflaked p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Potatoes, Hot Biscuits Honey,
Cranberry Sauce, Gravy, Seasoned 1 NAVAL HOSPITAL
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Green Beans, Salad Bar, Cherry Pie, Divine Worship 10 a.m. at
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, Lime Jello.SANDWICH. St. Lukes.

creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or LINE: Cheese, Lettuce NATTCProtestant
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal & Tomato Sandwich or Grilled Worship
Hamburgers, Frankfurters,.
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print Fried French Service, 10:30': a.m. in
Potatoes, Potato Chips, Dessert
Building 500.
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advertising from that source. Bar.

SUPPER Spaghetti Italian Meat
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Sauce and Meatballs, Pizza Pie, CATHOLIC
concerning such should be directed to: Garlic Bread, Parmesan Cheese, Saturday Mass 5 p.m. at
Broccoli Spears, Salad Bar, Raisin St. Edward's Chapel.
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Nut Cake, Vanilla Pudding. Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and 11
Wednesday, Sept. 13 a.m. Daily Mass.Monday
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 BREAKFAST Oatmeal, Fried t Tuesday. Thursday and
Telephone 388.2755 Eggs to Order, Minced Beef on Toast, Friday 11 30 am Wed
Hash Brown Potatoes, Choice of RAISE nesday Mass 11 30 a.m. at
Luncheon Meat or Pork Slices, Chilled YOUR VOICE the Naval Hospital Chapel.
VOL. 30 NO. 25 SEPTEMBER 7, }972\\ Pineapple Juice, Pastry Bar. Saturday Confessions 4::1S
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their assigned main
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have integrated
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AQAN. Terry Smith (left) and AQZ. Dennis Allain (Right) watches
AQ3 Albert Still work on'one piece of gear. Nomad Toastmasters who
meet each Wednesday evening at
Intermediate Maintenance by AIMD's CDR FLOYD on 6:30: in the Cecil Field B 0 Q
Support Unit B-2 (IMSUB2)) from .Monday, 28 August. After initial recently initiated their newest
NAS Atlanta has supplementedthe briefing by CDR FLOYD, AIMD member. Pictured above is Herb
NAS Cecil Aircraft Intermediate Data Analysis Officer LTJG Sellers (left) receiving his internationally
Maintenance out SweetenyoursavingS. recognized "T" Pin
WILLIAMS gave an excellent George Baird of AIMD points
Department during their Reserve presentation concerning maintenance some good things about AT2 Herman from Nomad President, Don
cruise. Take stock In America.King's Weiermann. Herb Sellers is
14 days active duty activities. CDR L. J. work. a
IMSUB2 was welcomed aboard CHALKLEY, IMSUB2 Skipper, BuyUS.SavingBondsEastern's I Jacksonville Businessman and a
candidate for the office of
legislature in District 21 in the
1972 election.
Nomad Toastmasters 2593 is
Leisure Class. presently making preparations to
kick-off its Speechcraft Program
which is an eight week programin


I : Is it better than standby? sessions techniques.communication speech covers preparation Each a different and of,leadership the speakingand aspectof eight


listening. The course will
\ L Yn .yv .Jn begin on 13 September at 6:30: in
the ward room of the Cecil Field
BOQ. The speechcraft programis
t :i open to the public by reser
vation. Further details may be
{ obtained from either LCDR Don
<<, ), Z ) Weiermann, Ext. 282-283 or
&ti Chaplain Gryga, Ext. 349-350.
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for you to fly. Besides First you on our very next flight conditions,equipment failureor

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

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

Leisure Class costs you Now, our lawyers would you must have your Leisure MOTORS. & CYCLES CO.

r the same as you'd pay for get nervous if we left this out: Class ticket at the boarding gate 4949 PHONE BLANDING 771-8244 BLVD.

coach ((33 regular fare). But Leisure Class does not 20 minutes before flight time.

we don't guarantee you'll get apply when you're on official The number of Leisure \

on your scheduled flight.If government business and Class tickets per flight is limited.

you do, it's the sameas your ticket is being paid for bya And,if you have to wait, juakL.5821

Coach. But if Coach is full, government agency. it will be anywhere from several *

r you may fly First Class. Nor to some reduced fare ] minutes to several hours.

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

And, if the whole plane is full, nor Bermuda,Jamaica, time than money,you

you won't get on at all.And Mexico and Bahama flights. probably won't mind that at all. San Juan at Niblick
.that's the Nor when the Phone 34-440
'-: good part. originally Call Eastern or your base

,' Because then you get scheduled plane is grounded JAMTO office for details.EASTERN .
Q 1.2 and 3 Bedrooms
O Garden, typo apartments

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; What Happens WhenA Buying


1 Vet Disappears ? i Insurance ?

Jax -Do you want to talk to an
Jax When a veteran is Veterans Administration may insurance agent about insurance
receiving pension benefits and then suspend payment of pension aboard the air station or in a
disappears, the Administrator,in until it can be determined r government controlled housingarea
his discretion, may pay the whether the veteran can be ?
pension otherwise payable to his located. If so, the agent must have a
wife and children. The family should keep the VA prior appointment with you
The Administrator may advised of all efforts made to before being allowed to solicit.
presume that the status of the locate the veteran, end in due SECNAVINST 1740.1C of June
veteran at the time of disap time the VA may invite the wifeto 28 contains information that
pearance, with respect to per file a claim for benefits for pertains to the sale of insuranceon
manent and total disability, income herself and any eligible children. ,I I Department of the Navy ships
and net worth, continues The wife should then furnish and installations and establishedthe
unchanged. the VA with a completed VA following guidelines:
Payments made to a wife or Form 21-534 in the same manneras 1. Solicitation must be by prior
child under this condition shall she would if the veteran were appointment only and at the
not exceed the amount to which known to be deceased. invitation of the individual.
each would be entitled if the Upon receipt of such a claim 2. Navy and Marine Corps
veteran died of a non-service from a wife and-r children, the personnel on active duty are not
connected disability. VA must determine whether permitted to represent any in
In the event a veteran is every reasonable effort has been ICOMMISSIONED surance company to solicit on
receiving disability pension from made to locate the veteran.If board a military installation withor
the Veterans Administration, and without compensation.
his whereabouts becomes so, and there is no proof of' '3. No agent is permitted to
the veteran's death the VA Ens. George H. Sanders is enlisted by Capt.
unknown, the VA is authorized to can serve as or assume the title of
make payments to otherwise then establish entitlement of. Hugh J. Tate, NARU CO, after receiving a direct commission as an "Unit Insurance Advisor,"
eligible wife and-r children.In pension benefits that would be Ensign in the Naval Reserve. Ens. Sanders will be serving as a "SGLI Conversion Consultant."
most instances, the VA will equal to death pension if the Special Projects officer with the Naval Air Systems Reserve Unit-Fl or "Battalion Insurance Counselor
veteran were known to be (NASRU-FI). ."
be
made
aware of the fact that
deceased.In .
the
veteran's whereabouts
become unknown becausehis
simply the event the veteran later is 1 ONE
check will be
pension found
or otherwise makes his
returned unclaimed. whereabouts known, the VA will" HOLLAR DOLLAR
If a veteran disappears, his terminate benefits being paid to 7A1 !
wife other relative
should
or not
the wife or children. It will then
continue to receive his checks be a matter of whether the
without notifying the VA, and no establish
veteran can his entitlement -
one should cash such checks.If .
to disability pension
a veteran who is receiving
benefits.If STARTS
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pension payments disappearsand
his family is unable to entitled, such payments will TODAY!
determine his whereabouts, they be resumed In accordance with
should notify the VA. The his eligibility. R r ui wl ,
a ly

I ADCOP Policy ChangedJax ? },rf i


Career petty officers Furthermore,he must agree to GENUINE J :
selected for the Associated reenlist and-or extend for a

Degree Completion Program period equal to a two for one '
(ADCOP) may no longer have to payback for school attended. CORK
obligate for six years. This program is for those
members with less than 45
service has been
Obligated
college credits applying for FY-
school liberalized time.to reflect actual in- 74 ADCOP. CLOGLIMITED ,/

ADCOP eligibility I I
Upon assignment to junior requirements have been changedto L ii
college, each member now is reflect the obligated service QUANTITIES l
required only to enlist, reenlist, requirements.See SO PLEASE
extend enlistment or agree to your Division Officer, COME EARLY! i r:
extend enlistment to acquire a Personnel Officer or Career I l @ {W
two-year service obligation. Counselor for details.



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$342.77; Doc. stamps $3.00; unpaid balance $1147.; total
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70 TOYOTA Plck-up.4spd.,R&IH $1495 Mon-Thurs 108 : .
72 GRAND TORINO Sport,Loaded srm Friday 106Closed '
71 BUICK Skylark,2dr.HT,Loaded $3195 Sunday Grants I Plazar
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'I r -- Blackeyed Peas, Squash, String Apple Pie, Almond Cream Pie,
Youth MondayStpt.11 Baked Meat Beans. Yellow Cake with Icing, Fruit
Corps Director Minestrone Soup,
", Loaf with Creole Sauce, Chili Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Tarts, Assorted Pudding.
Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Thursday,Sept.14
Macaroni Fried Chicken, 7 ,
Thanks SupervisorsJax oz.with Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Plates, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Vegetable Beef Stew, Crab
Mashed Potatoes, French Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Cakes with Slaw, Short Ribs of
Fruit Cup, Beef with New Potatoes
The following Is an open letter from the Project Director of the Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Cottage Cheese, Baked
Neighborhood Yourth Corps to job supervisor here: Great Northern Beans, Mustard Potato Salad, Beet and Onion. Franks and Beans, 7 oz. Chopped
."I wish It were possible personally to thank the many public-spirited Greens, Peas. Strawberry Short Cake, Egg Sirloin, Fish.Mashed .
individuals who have contributed so much to the success of our Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Custard, Fruit Pie, Apple Pie, Potatoes, French
summer work program. Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Assorted Pudding. Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy,
."Since this cannot be done, 7 am sending this letter of appreciationwith Plates, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Wednesday,Sept. 13 Spinach, Macaroni and Cheese,
the hope it will be considered on a personal basis. Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Bean Soup, Baked Fresh Ham Mixed Vegetables.
"Success or failure In working with low-income students reflects the Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, with Dressing, Spaghetti with Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad
quality of individual attention each one has experienced during the,, Waldorf Salad, Health Salad. Meat Sauce, Liver with Onions, 7 Chef Salad Bowl, Cold
summer. The fact that very few problems have occured and that Coconut Cream Pie, Chocolate oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Plates, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello,
almost without exception enrollees believe they have had worthwhile Cake, Apple Pie, Fruit Pie, Mashed Potatoes, French Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain
experience testifies to the excellence of supervision. Assorted Pudding. Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup,
"While I know each supervisor has derived personal satisfaction in Tuesday,Sept. 12 Green Lima Beans, Okra and Carrot and Raisin, Tuna Salad
assisting deserving young people, on behalf of the enrollees and the Cream of Tomato Soup, Roast Tomatoes, Corn Lemon Pie, Devil Food Cake,
NYC I express sincere appreciation for your Interest and invaluable Beef with New Potatoes, Chicken Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Apple Pie, Fruit Pie, Assorted
services. Further, our entire staff is grateful for the manner In Stew,Pork Steaks with Sweet and Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Pudding.
which you handled such details as time card preparation and payroll Sour Sauce,7 oz.Chopped Sirloin, Plates, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Friday,Sept.15
distribution during the summer Fish. Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Turkey Gumbo, Stuffed Peppers
"We wish for you success In your future activities and look forward to Mashed Potatoes, French Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Creole Sauce, Baked Pork
having many of you work with us again next summer.," Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Cucumber Mix, Bean Salad. Chops with Applesauce, Trout
Signed: B. "R" Covert, Jr., Project Director Almondine,7 oz. Chopped Sirloin,

Y fi m\i if..twmww.mtm''i: ) Nominations Due I Fish.Mashed Potatoes, French

If l'lI Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy,

HONDAOF For Civilian AwardsJax Turnip Baked Egg Greens Plant., Pinto Beans,

I ::::.:... t.::.::.::.: Tossed Salad
\ \\: ( ) .... Nominations of civilian employees for the Arthur CombinationSalad
j S. Flemming and National Civil Service League Chef Salad Bowl, Cold
HONDA Plates, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello,
Career Service Awards should be submitted to Mr. Ray
Fruit Cottage Cheese Plain
,
, JAX i Datres, Incentive Awards Administrator, Civilian Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Cole

Personnel Department by Sept. 18. Slaw, Stuffed Eggs.
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Further information on these awards be obtained Pineapple Cream Pie, Peach
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HAvr ONNOTNING MU N, JUST
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br African YOU BEEN A LITTLE GOLF, SOME

DOING NOW FISHING.
History THAT YOU, STUFF WILLIAM'

: HAVE RETIRED, THAT. AS SOON AS

I CourseThe BILL ? YOU FINISH THEPAINTING.CLEANOUT
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THE ATTIC/ THEM MOW
History of Africa (A THE L AWN,TRIAA THE HEDGE

471)), a survey course 7/r- BEAT THE RUGS, GO TO
covering both precolonialand THE CLEANERS AND THE
modem Africa, has GROCERY; WALK THE DOG

been added to the United FEED THE CATS, ?l
ETC, ETC,
Armed Forces
States 1eG =
Institute's (USAFI) list of

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offerings.This ra
new course will

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people of Africa,
traditional .African

societies and culture, wr r yw V.l
AFTER 20-SSgt. Glen Lacey is congratulated by LtCoI.
early empires, European
David A. Teichmann, MATSG CO, as he retires from the Marine
Corps with 20 years of service. SSgt. Lacey was the Marine Mess exploration, the slave
Chief.I' trade and the
colonialization of Africa. <
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: Jax Traffic ViolationsJax Africa by European

nations, the various 25 AgoOn
-The following is a reportof Going through stop sign 6 colonial regimes in
motor vehicle accidents and Other violations 15 Africa,African resistence
traffic violations for the period of Eighteen. drivers appeared movements and the May 5th,1947, a baby boy Regular Navy activity fully
Aug. 1721. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon problems of economic and was born to ACMM Don C. and equipped with messing and
Number of Accidents Aug. 31. Disposition of the Carrie McKanna at the Depen berthing facilities and qualifiedto
This period 7 cases included the following: social change in Africa. dent's Unit of the base hospital.The conduct physical examinationsand
This period a year ago 10 Nine lost driving and parking African nationalism, Pan- birth was the 2,000th since process enlistment papers.To .
Total accidents this year 267 privileges aboard the station for Africanism and Africa's the Unit has been opened three qualify, the Navy veteran
Total accidents through this various periods; Seven were
drive toward independence years prior. must have been honorably
period last year 232 assigned to complete an eight- will also be discharged under honorable
Total number of days since last hour course in remedial driving; The Chief of Naval Operations conditions and have no police
injury in a motor vehicle accident None received suspensions; Ten discussed.A disspelled all notions that NAS record.
14 were given warnings; None were high school diploma or Jacksonville might be a victim of -
Number of days since an injury dismissed; Six were fined (UJS. its equivalent is requiredfor the post-war de-escalation in the For those who may rememberand
last year at this time 65 Magistrate); and three were enrollment in this United States. Assuring a permanency ( we can prove it to those who
Number of Violations referred to commanding officersfor History of Africa. The he stated that its refuse to believe it), one Navy
This period 27 possible disciplinary action. primary mission would be to dollar in 1947, was equivalent to
course is available for both
Speeding 6 Fourteen drivers were
"provide facilities and supportfor Also the
$3.96 in civilian pay. ,
} Reckless driving 0 assessed 41 traffic points. independent study and the advanced flight training of probability of an earning group of
,
class instruction. naval aviators directed
as by civilians equalling the Navy'sSeaman
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$ DISCOUNT TO MILITARY* i Sf for Class "A"Aircraft Assemblyand above living expenses was extremely
? CIVIL SERVICE PERSONNEL "
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Establishment.
Repair low. The Navy's Seaman
First Class cleared .$1,080!
JACKONVlLLC'SMOTiCAUTirULWO-HO'| The services of a professional
registered nurse, licensed practical -
Your mo |cpmpll nurse, licensed vocationalnurse Alnav 187-47 was issued and President Truman's Con-
or technical registerednurse greeted enlisted personnel with servation Plan concerning food
outside an inpatient facili- convenient and welcome change for the starving people of Europeand
ty are payable as CHAMPUS Asia in the winter of 1947 met
stro homes meBUNDING outpatient benefits when the attending .of policy concerning reenlist- with ready conformity at NAS
BLVD. 24-7100 physician certifies that ment. All qualified personnel Jacksonville as meatless
VA 1 1ANK 3 Mtie> South of f? 5pi0 the services are medically nec could apply for reenlistment on Tuesdays were observed and the
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AT ONE POINT or another during your life you property or land would be distributed according to the

"SfcX V N *v have probably thought of death and its consequences: on laws of the state where the land was located

the ones you love. Many persons find they have an aver.
IN MANY CASES when an individual is furnisheda
sion to thinking about death, especially their own, so
Why He will by the state, which is the case of a person dying I
) they dismiss these thoughts quickly without consideringthe .
intestate, those whom you would have desired to receive t
effect it will have on the people around them. An im. .
will receive substantially less than desired
portant factor to consider I U that of your with Everyman your property you
Leave A Will? and woman hould give second thoughts to this most or in some cases nothing at all
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important matter and should) seek the assistance and ad. ANOTHER SIGNIFICANT ASPECT is that by
vice of their own civilian attorney or a legal Assistance,
will institution
drafting a you can designate a person or
Officer.
(executor) whom you know and trust to administer your

estate and affairs after death, without the necessityof
your
BASICALLY, a will is a legal: document in which a
00 r person, called the testator (the testatrix, if a woman) that individual depositing a security.

directs the of his both real and
disposition property, per.
PERHAPS you already have a will; a periodical
sonal, after his death. The requirements for a valid will
review of its contents is necessary,' and. this should be
in each state. These rules technical and strict
vary are
done with a lawyer's or ,Legal Assistance Officer's help.
adherence is essential. Therefore, making will without
a
1ifI ,Some events which would cause a will to become obsolete
legal advice is not recommended. Consult assist
a legal
are; changes in domicile, birth or death of children,
\ ance officer or lawyer who is familiar with the particularlaws
acquisition of new property, or change of marital status.
governing wills in the state in question.

THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR to rememberis
1 INDIVIDUAL who dies without a will, or withan
f to have a lawyer or Legal Assistance Officer make all
improperly executed will, is said to have died intestateand
corrections, deletions, and/or additions. Don't hesitate
his personal would be distributed accordingto
property
another minute if you have a will, update It; if
the descent and distribution laws of that particularstate
don't, for lamil '* sake have one drawn
you your )
where he was domiciled at the time of death. Real
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PatientsJax The Kadis Learning Center is a special ,kind of .
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school with a specialized staff and program. We are

Members of Navy Wives dedicated to the development of the child with
Cub Jax 86 held a game night for '
patients pn the sixth floor of the average or above average intelligence who has

Naval l Hospital last Wednesday.Red problems in learning.If .

Cross Volunteers assistedin

serving refreshments donatedby your child is suffering these problems, YOU-

club members. and he-are not alone. There are many and they are ;J,

Davin Helping with Chaplain their Mrs.time Charles and being, helped. Why not call us for a conference and "';'.:'1'.'.''. I

donations were Mrs. Lyle preliminary diagnostic test?

Kissner, Mrs. Conrad Hardy,
Mrs. Joseph Hagan, Mrs.
Raymond Ganthner, Mrs. John "r'

Duval, Mrs. Leslie Becker, Mrs.
Richard Balling, and Miss PROBLEMS PROGRAMSThe EVALUATIONA

Marisa Donations DiMara.were also received Children who evidence any of Kadis Learning Center is comprehensive diagnostic .

from Mrs. Thomas Wofford and the following symptoms may dedicated to the development of and evaluative testing' procedureis
the child with or aboveI provided-each child:
Mrs. Thomas Bennett. have a learning problem: average I
average intelligence who hasa

learning problem and offers a

specialized program with:



.. OveractivePoor Qualified Staff PsychologicalPersonalityEvaluation
..g'A Reader Individual Instruction

Short Attention Span Perceptual Development Academic Abilities Battery .'

Daydreams Speech and Hearing Therapy Speech and Hearing

Fidgety Reading Remediation Evaluation
Poor Concentration .fi' Summer Classes ., Vision Analysis

Withdrawn 10 Children Per Class Preliminary Interview and

Awkward or-Clumsy 1 Teacher 1 Teacher Aide Program Conference

Temper Tantrums All Academic SubjectsIdeal Perceptual Motor Screening ':

Easily Discouraged LocationAir ''Ii' Complete Physical Reverses letters, words Conditioned Classrooms ": C Examination "

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Leiko English, is Playboy' ences wherein the specific learning disabilities of parents. Diagnostic test results and specific

Jane Playmate of the Month. each child are assessed. Recommendations by the recommendations are given to each parent. Con-

The beauty red-haired came to the, U.S.brown-eyed as the professional staff for the remediation: of specific ferences are conducted between teachers and -

representative of her native learning problems provide the basis for instructionand parents to insure a cooperative attitude. toward the.
Okinawa In the Miss Universe concern of the child ,
therapy.
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PARTY ADDRESS
Listed below are the names, addresses, party affiliation and Congressional Districts OFFICEfor CANDIDATE
( U.S. Representatives) of candidates for the offices of U.S. Senator, U.S. Rep NEW JERSEY

resentative, and Governor. All the candidates who will appear on the November 7
ballot are listed for these offices. If candidates are not listed for Senator or Governor U.S. SENATE Clifford P. Cu Rep Den 181 156 W.W. Milton Hobart Ave Cap,Rd Rahway, Livingston

under a State, that office I is not up for election this year. This information was sup- Paul Howard J. Krebs Freund Aer 141 Chestnut St, Roselle Park

plied by the election officials of the various States. Those States whose candidatesare A.Julius Levin Concerned SocLab 2 S Kings Flelek Hwy Terr, Haddon, Parlin Heights
not reported below will be published as soon as a State certifies candidates for Charles w. wner Voter'
the General Election and makes the information available to the Department of De. Voice

fense. U.S. REPRESENTATIVE Rep SOl Pitman Ave, Pitman
lit District John E. Hunt Des 62 S. lath St, Camden
Janet J. Florio SOOt Mickle St, Camden
OFFICE CANDIDATE PARTY ADDRESS SocLab
Dogtnlero
O.K.
Miller Tax/Repr 1S19 Greenwood Ave, Camden
Raymond Hool.nruel Soc 160 Nest Ave, Pitman
ARKANSAS Cerrlt Rep 1 Crescent Dr, Eras Park, Cape I
U.S. SENATE John McClellan Des 3241 New Senate Office Bld| 2d District Charles Sandman M.r..j;
Washington, D.C. Des R.D. M, Jrldgeton
Wayne H. Babbitt Rip 2 Wayside Dr, North Little Rock John D. RoieCharlei Ind 41 Park Ave, Vineland 1
U.S. REPRESENTATIVE Yeager Des $62 Mall Rd, Lake Heights
lit District Bill Alexander Des House Office Bldg, Washington, DC jrd District James J. Howard Rep 71 Third Ave,Sing Branch
2nd District Wilbur D. Mills Des House Office Bldg, Washington, DC William P. Dowd Des 4.5S W. State St, Trenton
3rd District Cur W. Hatfield Dan 1514 W. Sycanore St, Rogers 4th District Frank Thompson R.D. H, Half Acre Rd, Cranbury
J.P. Hammerschmidt. Rep 1640 Longworth Bldg WashlngtonDC Peter Garibaldi Rep Snd; Spring Lane, Morristown
4th District Ray Thornton D.. Justice Bldg, Little Rock $th District .. P.Frederick Frellnghuyten Bohen'Rep. 12S FitfRandolph, Princeton
GOVERNORU.S. Dale Bumpers <. De. State Capitol Bldg, little Rock Edwin B. For yth. Rep 26S W. 2nd St, Moorestown
Len E. Bis/lock Rip Route 1, Perryville 6th District Francis Brennan Des SSI Zeisner Ave, Cinnamlnson
SocLab 601 Stratford Dr., Moorestown
B.S. Doganlero
NEBRASKAT.rrr C.E. St. Martin Ind 12 Eldrldge ,PI. Wlliingboro
SENATE Carpenter Des 2309 4th Ave, Scottsbluff Ida C. Ebert Ind/Cong P.O. Box D Jac0son
Carl T. Curtis Rep .34 E. 6th St, Minden 7th District William Widnall Rep 214 W. Saddle River Rd, Saddle
U.S. REPRESENTATIVE River
1st District Charles Thone Rep ISIS Circle Dr, Lincoln .' : Arthur J. Leienann Des 30 E. Passaic St, Rochelle Park
Darrel E. Berg Des 3405 S. 28th St, Lincoln Martin Wendelken Ind 36 Jerome Ave, Glen Rock
2nd District John McCollister Rep 29S9 PaddOCk Pi, Omaha District Robert A. Roe Des 717 Route 23, Wayne
Patrick L. Cooney Des 11640 Farnan St, Omaha 8th Walter Johnson Rep 679 Alps Rd, Wayne
3rd District Dave Martin Rep 2120 4th Ave, Kearney Helstoskl Des 22 Walter Court, Rutherford
Henry
1 Warren Fitzgerald Den Route 2, Gibbon 9th District Alfred Schiaffo Rep 60 Anderson Ave, Closter
Frank J. PrUich Principle S200 Blvd East, North Bergen
NORTH CAROLINA 10th District Peter W. Rodino Des 20$ Grafton Ave, Newark
Kenneth C. Miller Rep 108 S. Munn Ave, East Orange
U.S.' SENATE Nick GalUi.nakis Des 2648 University Dr, Durham Benjamin F. Jones Ind/Coal 163 Central PI, Orange
Jesse Hel.s Rep 1513 Caswell St, Raleigh
U.S. REPRESENTATIVE District Joseph G. Minish Des 66 Sheridan Ave West Orange
11th Aye
1st District Walter I. Jones Dell Farnvill. Milton A. Waldor Rep 12S Northfleld West Orange
J. Jordan Bonner Rep Route 1, Box 284D, Hertford Philip Nicolaus AmerInd1261 Robert St, Hillside
2nd District L.H. fountain Des Tarboro Con
i Erick P. Little Rep 200 Ridge Rd, Wilson James R. Kllmatkl People's 1(9 Hoover Ave, Bloomfield
3rd District4th David Hendenon Des S03 E. Murphy St Wallace District Matthew Rlnaldo Rep 142 Headley Terr, Union
District lke F. Andrews Des P.O. Box 267, Slier City '"th' Jerry English Des 4 Drum Hill Dr. Summit
R. (Jack) H.wke Rep 3704 Oak Park Rd, Raleigh Stanley Bogus Ind 9SS Westfleld Ave, Rahway
Sth District Brooks Hayes Des 28S2 "Merry Acres Rd, Winston- 13th District Joseph Maratiti Rep 414 Dixon Ave, Boonton
Salefl
Wn..r D. Mh.ll Rep Route S, Shoaf Rd, Winston-Sale Samuel Golub Ind/Con 134 Main St, Netcong
i wth CimUt R: h,4sc.1& trey,er Der 60: Cuajt D:, Crocastare 14th District Dominick Daniels Des J80 Mountain Rd, Union City
Lynwood Bullock Aller 2814 Randlenan Rd, Greensboro : Richard T. ,Bottone Rep S69A Cator Ave, Jersey City
7th District8th Charles Rose Dell P.O. Box 606, Fayetteville *.-1, ,'il.,, Charles Wltkowski Integrity tS Fairview Ave, Jersey City
Jerry C. Scott Rep 101 N. Madison St, Whiteville f" ,L "cJ:'9F w/Prin
Alvis H. Ballard Amer Route 4. Box 438, Wilmington : }\ 1 '" Edward Zampella Concerned 2SS Newark Ave, Jersey City
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District Richard Clark Dea 702 Kintyr Dr, Monroe' 'I*', .. Capable
Earl B. Ruth Rep 150 "Mahaley Ave, Salisbury ""." Vincent J. Carrino People 414 Falrmount Ave, Jersey City
Sth District James Beatty Des 1609 Scotland Ave Charlotte I. Over
James G. Martin Rep P.O. Box 697, Davidson Politic
10th District Paul L. leek Dell 101 N. Main St, LenolrLenolr
James T. Broyhill Rep "
11th District Roy A. Taylor Dn Black Mountain :
Jesse L.dbetter Rep 63 Imperial Court, Asheville ,' : r
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JI I .Candidates For NovemberOFFICE Elections I IJosepb



11 CANDIDATE PAn;rv 20th District M. Caydos Dee 3000 Valley Ridge- Dr, McKeesport
'. ADDRESS Zoran Popovich Rep 416 Beckman Dr. McKeeiport v."
14th District tconcy dl Perfecto 21st District John H. Dent Dee R.D. 12, Ligonler

Oyola ProteiPror ; Wayne St, Thomas H. Young Rep 606 South St, Youngwood'
,III, Jersey city 22nd District Thomas E. Morgan Dee Fredericktown ..-
f Patrick Con.han Hones t;y '. I' J.R. Montgomery Rep R.D. 12, West Alexander v;

.. EfUcl:rot West *th st, Bayonne 23rd District Ernest A. Kassab Dee Union Township, Fleming .',
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Goy Albert Johnson Rep 409 Franklin St, Smlthport .?
y 15th District Edward J. Patten D went '. 24th District Joseph Vigorlto Dell 261S Rudolph Ave Erie \
fuller H. Brooks Rep 270 Market St, Perth Amboy Alvin Y RepFrank R.D. 12, Linesville. ,
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Eden Ave
Edison a 2th District M. Dee Bessemer ',
NEW MEXICO Gary A. Myers RepSOUTII 106 Shady Dr, Butler 4:,<
U.S. SENATE. ( J i, Jack Daniels Dee ',; &.
".' > Pete V. Domenlcl Rep P.O. Box 1sa. Hobbs ... ..'. DAKOT;A -.a.
1 U.S. REPRESENTATIVElit '' 720 Monroe, NE, Albuquerque ': U.S.' SENATE James Aboureik Dee 607Mt.: Rushmore'4,ld, Rapid:City

District" ':, ,,' Eugene Callages Dee P.O. Box Robert W. Hirsch Rep 2110 Mulberry, Yankton .,::,ft
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f I Manuel Lulan Jr Rep 109 Santa Fe ', U.S. REPRESENTATIVE .i /. *
California
j 2nd Dht'i1 t Harold Runnels Dee UI South NE, Albuquerque' 1st District2nd Frank E. Denholm Dee 2127 Elmwood Dryprookings ;"
George E. Presson Rep 7U w. 7th 7th, "vington John Vlckerman Rep 2201 S. ElmwoodrtSiouK Falls;
St, Silver City District Pat McKeever Dee 111 E. Third, Mitchell uJt-.' .
MOVTAVA James Abdnor Rep Kennebec ,ye { &.
'. GOVERNORU.S. Richard F. Kneip Den Salem L, : Lee :
U.S. SENATE Metcalf '*
Henry S. Hibbard Rep Dee 1ZO Eighth Ave dry Thompson Rep Faith :" .: :W", :
u.s. REPRESENTATIVE' 611 Madison, Helena

lit District Arnold Olsen Dee 347 VIRGINIAWilliam '.'
Dick Shoup Rep U43 North Foxstone Main, Helena SENATE B. Spong Dee Senate Office Bldg. V':
2nd District John Melcher Dee forsyth Dr, Vienna, VA. Washington, D.C. Y
Dick Forester Rep 439 Grandview Blvd William L. Scott Rep House Office Bldg. ,,
Billings
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GOVERNOR Thomas Judge Dee 1619 Highland Ave, Helena Horace Henderson Ind 1401 Berkshire Lane, Vir'
Ed Smith Beach
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Dagmar U.S. REPRESENTATIVE1st a
PENNSYLVANIAWilliam District Thomas N. Downing Dee House Office Bldg
U.S. REPRESENTATIVE Washington, D.C. 1 1i'
lit District Barrett Dee 2324 Reed St, Dr. Kenneth D. Well Rep Burgess Va
Philadelphia
Gus A. Pedicone Rep 1610 Jackson St, Philadelphia 2nd District G.W. Whitehurst Rep House Office Bldg ..J
District
2nd Robert N.C. Nix Den U39 N. 22nd St Washington, D.C.
Frederick Bryant Rep 4223 Brown St, hhiladelphia Charles Burlage Dee $03 Holly Rd, Virginia Beach
3rd District William J. Green Dee 1204 Wakellng St, 3rd District4th D.E. Satterfield Den House Office Bldg .
Alfred Marrolottl Rep 4710 Ramona Ave, Philadelphia Washington, D.C.
4th District Joshua Eilberg Dee 1S22 Longshore Ave Philadelphia District Robert E. Gibson Dee Box S02S, Chesapeake
William Pfender Rep 304S Magee Ave, Philadelphia Robert W. Daniel Rep Brandon Plantation, Spring Grove
Sth District John R. Franco Dee R.D. 13, West Chester Philadelphia John G. Vonetes Ind 1721 S. Sycamore, Petersburg
John H. Ware, III Rep 101 Lancaster Ave Oxford Robert R. Hardy lad Rt. 3, Box 721-D, Suffolk
6th District Gus Yatron Des 190S Hessian Rd, Reading Sth District W.C. Daniel Dee House Office Bldg
Eugene W. Hubler Rep Box 12S R.D. 12, Birdslow Washington, D.C. ,
7th District Stuart S.' Bowie Dee SOl Drew Ave, Swarthmore 6th District Caldwell Butler Rep 84$ Orchard Rd! SW, Roanoke.'
Lawrence Williams Rep 55 S. Brookside Rd, Springfield Willis M.' Anderson Dee 21 It York Rd, SW, Roanoke ..! '",
Sth District Alan Williams Dee J5J E. State St, Roy R. White Ind 1117 Braeburn Dr, Salem *
Edward Blester, Jr Rep Lower Mountain Rd Doylestown, 7th District Murat W. Williams Dee Madison Mills
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9th District Earl P. Collins Dee 1SS1 Penna. Ave, Tyrone Kenneth Robinson Rep House Office Bldg
E.G. Shuster Rep Box 321, Everett Washington, D.C. I
10th District S.R. Coveleskie Dee SSI Albert St, Dickson City 8th District Robert F. Horan Dee 9101 Braeburn Dr AnandaleBox :
Joseph M. McDade Rep 164S N. Washington Ave, Scranton .. Stanford Parris Rep 173, Springfield .;x
11th District Daniel J. Flood Den 460 N. Penn Ave, Wilkes-Barre William Durland Ind 4440 Glenn Rose St, Fairfax*l
Donald B. Ayers N Robert E. Harris Ind 4440 Glenn Rose .St, Fairfax ?,
Rep Harris Hill, Wilkes Barre David Webb Ind 311 S. Washington, Alexandria
12th District Joseph Murphy Des R.D. II, Box 360, Ebensburg 9th District William Wampler Rep House Office Bldg "r
John P. Saylor Rep 422 Highland Ave Johnstown Washington, D.C.. "V
llth District Katharine Camp Des 200 Hughes Rd, King of Prussia Zane D. Christian Dee BluefieldBox
Lawrence Coughlin Rep (29 M. Moro Rd, VlllanovaS226 Nicholas Ventura Ind 1045, CVC, Wise
14th District William Moorhead Dee Westminister. 10th District Harold 0. Miller Dee 1611 Inlet Court, Reston .
R.S. Catarinella Rep 102 Nanette Dr, Pittsburgh Joel T. Broyhill Rep House Office Bldg t:
ISth District Fred B. Rooney Dee S75 Brighton St, Bethlehem Washington, D.C.. 4
W.P. Stelgerwalt Rep R.D. 12, New Tripoli WEST VIRGINIA '.
16th District Shirley Garrett Dee 127 ready Ave, Millersville '
Edwin Eshleman Rep 2173 West Ridge Dr, Lancaster U.S. SENATE Jennings. Randolph Dee $121 New Senate Office Bldg.;
17th District Donald J. Rip on' Des 1229 Harding Ave, Hershey Washington, D.C. ,
Herman Schneebeli Rep 170 Hollywood Circle, Willlamsport i Louise Leonard Rep Box S, Harpers Ferry (
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Andrew J. Watson Con R. DIU, Harrisburg U.S. REPRESENTATIVE
llth District Douglas Walgren Dee 29 Terraceview Dr, Pittsburgh 1st District Robert Mollohan Dee Cannon House Office Bldg, Rm 314
H. John Helm, III Rep 1950 Squaw Run Rd, Pittsburgh Washington, D.C. .
19th District Richard P. Noll Des 1SOO Idylwyld Rd, YorkLoanv111e 4r. George Kapnic: Rep 715 Main St, Slstersville
George Goodllng Rep 2nd District Harley Staggers Den .Rayburn House Office Bldg, Rm2l2
Paul H. Leese Con R.D. 13, Sprinr Grove Washington, D.C.
David Dix: Rep 110 Minden St, Oak Hill

: 3rd District John Slack DenT 2230 Rayburn House Office Bldg
ALL Washington, D.C.
PRICES TO ., David Higgins Rep 118) Nottingham Rd, Charleston
ESelr 1 4th District Ken Hechler Dee Cannon House Office Bldg, Rm 249
Washington, D.C.
WNONEW Joe Neal Rep $24 Ridgewood Rd, Huntington

r GOVERNOR John Rockefeller Dee 1515 Barberry Lane, Charleston
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1 i 6Hot' Cars Major- IndustryEvery '.y.yvwv.k: : : JAX RE-UP. ;CORNER- '"- I



34 seconds In the Some wind up in Mexico and been left unlocked. In half of
United States a car is stolen;: In other Latin American countriesand these cases, the owner has cooperated -
numbers alone, this means that some in Canada. with the thief by leav- :
one out of every 99 registered ing the keys in the car. /
cars in this country was stolenin Theft & Death Authorities across the country

1971. Stolen cars are involved in agree that only 20 per cent of
Auto theft, the nation's most automobile accidents at a rate all cars stolen are stolen for
costly crime involving property, gOO timer greater than the accident profit or gain. If a car is stolen
I is one of the biggest industries rate for cars driven un- because of "malicious mischief"the
I in the United States. It has be der normal conditions. Further, chances of recovery with
come refined to the point that stolen cars often are used in minimal damage are fairly good.If r
prospective "customers" order a other crimes and, in many Instances the car is stolen by a professional -
desired make, model and color ,V they make other crimes or an "order taking" 1
which is then stolen, repaintedand possible. theft ring-which is becoming
delivered often with forged increasingly frequent the
title papers and with motor Who Steals chances of seeing it again are t
vehicle identification numbers Individuals under the age of slim.

changed or altered. This process 18 are involved in approximately In addition to "joyriding" or

often takes less than 24 hours. 64 per cent of the automobile resale for profit, there is a third rT .
motive for auto theft which is /
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thefts in this country, accordingto '; '/
becoming more and more commonplace ." '" '
Hottest Car the NATB (National Auto < ) -V
mobile Theft Bureau). Those -stealing a car in or- V!' .t
The "hottest" item in the cat- '.. ;
der to strip it for This
alogue seems to be the Chevrolet under 21 years of age are responsible parts. -=
Impala. Based on percentages for nearly 80 per cent approach, whereby engine parts, L r* U'
this model stolen of car thefts. If the age group radios, tires, etc., are removed _
was
more often than any other car includes those 25 and under, it shortly after the theft of the A03 C. R. THOMAS signed for ADJ1 D. F. BALDWIN shippedsix
/ in 1970. Chevrolet sedans and accounts for approximately 96 car, is gaining in popularity be- more and a $6,000 bonus at over for four years at VP-4S.
hardtops are the highest on the per cent of the cars stolen in cause it eliminates the need for V P-4S.
the United States.In forged or stolen papers and license
j list and, in some major cities,the
\ average life expectancy of unattended plates.

Corvettes on the streetis too many cases-80 per .
approximately 30 minutes. cent as a matter of fact steal- pro 1 bC

Lincolns, Cadillacs and, to some ing a car is not complicated, nor Wives + 4
degree, the Chevrolet Camaroare does it require sophisticated me-
relatively conspicuous in appearance chanical ingenuity or stealth. Information
and are usually sold The thief simply gets in the car ,> "-
far from where they are stolen. and drives away, because it has ......,/


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NEW TO THE BASE? Wives Service In- ..

formation School will
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convene at 8:30: a.m.,

can provide additional funds Sept. 11, in Room 234

Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your Hangar 1000. I
money needs are handled the way you want them. The school is three .

Call or come in-we'll do the rest. days Monday .

DOMESTIC through Wednesday, A01 DALE R. NYBECK, atAE1 PHILIP LOWELL, NATTC
FINANCE from 8:30: a.m to tached to NATTC Training Senior Section Leader, took the
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72 SKYLARK 2 door hardtop, 70 GRAND PRIX Bermuda blue Navy
Llmekist green with whit walls, with black vinyl top and Interior. man as well as his -.
air conditioned, factory Fully equipped Including power
dependents.NAS .
warranty 3687 windows and power seat Brand
a new glass belted tires. and Tenant
71 OPEL 1900 2 door hardtop, Bargain priced. 3279 I Command personnelare
Gold with Black interior, whitewalls
70 TRANS AM
Blue, Blue In.
4 speed. 1883 terlor, 24,000 mile car, with encouraged to _tt -
power, air conditioned, 4 speed, attend, and depart-

71 CATALINA 2 door hardtop, stereo available., factory warranty ments are requestedto
I'" Blue with white vinyl top '3797'Bimini I extend liberty to
and dark Blue vinyl Interior. 70 FIREBIRD Formula "400",
Platinum silver, black Interior, those personnel at-
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fully equfpt with brand new tending the school.
white letter tires, air con.
I 71 BUICK ESTATE Wagon, red ditioned, power steering and 4 Child care is free to AW1 FLOYD BEATTY, Sensor AMSC CARLOS D. ELLIS

with white top and Ivory Interior, speed. 3289 those personnel at- Station Operator for Crew Six at shipped over at VP-S6.
three seater, chrome luggage ,
VP-56, reenlisted to continue his
carrier and full power Including N VW CAMPER Gray finish tending the school at
and
': windows and seat. 4277 completely equipt with camper !,, the station nursery. Navy career.

\ 71 CORVETTE Convertible, gear. 1987 For reservations, l!
Ensign blue with white top, Blue call Ext. 2596. 01'k
Interior, Turbohydromatlc, CATALINA 2 door hardtop,
power windows. 5777 Verdero green with black vinyl I
top. Air conditioning, power|
71 EL CAMINO I Custom, Quezal steering and
Gold, in mint condition, Saddle power brakes $1983I
PARTTIME t
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cover,factory equlpt with power CAPRICE 2 door hardtop, I $
steering, Turbohydramatlc, 350 palisade green with dark green I __
V-8, air conditioned. 3677 vinyl top, white wall radials, t .
green bucket seats, console, air ,
70 TORINO SQUIRE Ten conditioned, and Straight Commission
passenger wagon, beige, trim. power equlpt. 'xOOO SALES POSITIONFor
I med In wood,luggage rack, fully I Men and Women
_. equlpt., air conditioning and. 41 CATALINA 2 door hardtop, Earn Top Money In
Power. 2888 red with black vinyl top, whitewalls I
Your Spare Time Selling
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70 GTO JUDGE Palisade Green, dltloner, etc. 1571 Quality SINGER Products.Join .
with dark green Interior, fully
equipt with Turbohydromatic, 44 TEMPEST Custom 4 door our team now and enoy|
air conditioned, power. steering, Sedan,Original Champagne with selling the finest'with future
disc brakes. 2987 White. Extra Sharp. $ 791 opportunity employment. for full-time Y y y r


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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 13



Check Your Insurance Before That TripThe I


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Insurance Information
are ,
now
15 30/10
and
Institute warns that inadequateauto higher limits in even TRAVEL IN CANADA failure to prove financial responsibility. Mexican law honors only auto-
are
force
insurance coverage can Connecticut in Canada-with its abundance mobile insurance policies which
(jjn/in'S
throw a roadblock in the path ((20/30/5): ), and Maine), Vi"lb(2T/40/: of camping/ and fishing opportunities sire 'issued by a company leased
of the motoring vacationer 10)). ( ( -.- will attract millions of INSURANCE FOR MEXICO in Mexico If you plan u motoring -

whether he plans a coast-to- motoring tourists. The Institute trip into Mexico you should

coast trip, a jaunt across a The laws advises motorists to chock auto Mexico-with Its miles of contact one of the many agentsof
of
all states require insurance with sandy beaches restive night Mexican insurance
neighboring state line or a visitto that if policies an agent companies.
Canada or Mexico. you become involved in or broker at least n month to spots, old world cities and towns
Institute explains that an accident resulting in bodily six weeks before they 1 leave. and minx of ancient Indian ti.vlHzationRremains Thetc> agents can be found in
The Injury
or in
property damage high the practically American city
The liability insurance on any or
insurance requirementsdiffer above : requirements -
auto [ a certain amount (it's In Canada list of millions of vacationing town on or near the border.
from state to state 'and $100 to $200 in are $50,
most states AmericanA From them you can buy a short
000 in British Manitoba
and Canada. For Columbia -
Mexico
in one but In others it varies from
$50 term "Special Automobile
thing, there are differences in to $400)) each driver must report Ontario and the Yukon, Dut if the driver fails to take for Tourists" to protect Policy
and you
$35,000 in other
dollar amount the driver provincesand
the the accident to the administrator the Northwest Territories.As proper precautions, he and his during your stay in Mexico.
show he is in a position to
must of the law, This is usually family may suffer serious inconvenience i
pay should he injure someoneor the motor vehicle commissioner. a convenience to visitors, and financial loss These endorsements should

damage any property in an If your insurance policy has all Canadian province recognize should they be involved in. an not be confused with a special
auto accident. There are additional liability limits specified in the a special "yellow tard"nonresident auto accident below the Rio endorsement that can be obtained
requirements across our law, you will not have ( interprovincialmotor
to post Grande.: if you are a policyholder
national borders. cash or another form of se vehicle liability cardR) of any of the 10 member companies *
evidence of insurance. However
Limits curity.If of the American Foreign
Statr-Ky-SUte The Institute noted that only
the card is not required in some
minimum limits recently a female American Insurance Association. If your
The required provinces (Ontario, Manitoba, young
policy Is with one of these'companies -
are frequently expressed as you are not covered by British Columbia nad Alberta). attorney, motoring through
in the insurance Mexico City, knocked down a (check your agent to find
related figures, as term and are unable to This card be obtained
"10/20/5." The first figure, 10, post cash, a bond or another through can insurance agentor telephone pole and ended up out) you can obtain the Special
your Mexican Extension Endorsement
spending i,000: in legal fees
represents $10,000, the maxi form of security,
your driving broker and is easier to
carry SMEE which for full -A.
( ), provides
and four days in jail. This
mum amount the company will privilege in the state in which than your insurance policy. Hy
incident was not entirely an coverage through a Mexican
pay in settling a bodily injury you have an accident be issuing the card, your insurance
may insurance problem but it servesas company.
claim for one The
person. suspended. Furthermore, that company acknowledges itswillingnea
an example of the dangersof
second figure, 20, represents state generally notifies tn .mpf't. the (!nni-
your with another
$20,000 and, subject to the per dian minimum limits whether unfamiliarity Insurance with
home state of the situation. Because country's laws. Mexican authorities ( protection a
person limits, is the maximum reciprocity exists among $50,000 or $35,000( while you viewed her accident as Mexican company for a week's
amount the company will pay travel in Canada. visit might from
most states, your home state damaging the country's com run $10 to
in settling property damage could revoke your driver's license munications system. $25. These rates will vary according
claims. and car registration. to the value of the car

Most states require basic The Canadian provinces gen The Institute warns that failure and the extent of coverage

limits of 10/20/5. Some are The Institute advises motor- erally go out of their way to to obtain automobile insurance purchased.,

below that. However in eight ists to check with their Insurance expedite matters for a tourist protection through a With his Mexican policy, the

states, Alaska, California, Colorado agents about financial following an accident, but the Mexican company-even for a driver should receive a listingof

Kansas, Maryland Nevada responsibility laws in states "yellow card" eliminates any trip of a few days-could resultin local agents and adjusterswho

Washington and Wisconsin they intend to visit. HP can adjust possibility of your car being the motorist's detention in a represent the companythe -

the limits are 15/30/5: in coverage if it is not ade impounded or your, driving Mexican jail or the impoundingof motorist's best friends in
South Dakota and Indiana, they quate. privileges being suspended for his automobile. case of an accident.

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I: .c, Inseparable Deadly Pair > "" .,




Two drugs in modern measured the performanceof ing the subjects was to change so small as to be
society-nicotine and alco the subjects who volunteered duplicate geometric symbols nonsignificant. Similarly,
hol-seem to be inseparable to drink and smoke 15 seconds after seeing the shift from no smokingto :
(in social settings. In for sci nce. them. Next, they had low nicotine produceda :
bars, the ash tray is as Working with 16 subjects to try keeping a pointeron nonsignificant change in I
much in use as the drink he provided eath a spot on a solwly test performance. I
glasses, and at cocktail with enough of a mixtureof moving turntable, and to !
parties i conversational vodka and orange juiceto do it for two minutes.1'ach .
groups always seem to raise the blood alcohol : person had three
consist of people with a content to about 0.07 per tries at following the
drink in one hand and a cent. A person with 0.15 point on the turntable.The .
cigarette in the other.Combination per cent blood alcohol is results serve to
legally drunk; a person point up the value of
with 9.10 per cent is legal. knowing nicotine contentsof 'pi.
impaired. cigarettes, if all other
What does this combination lie then tested the subjetcs factors in enjoying smoking .
of drugs do to the for their ability to are kept equal.Decrease .
workings of the human concentrate, to duplicate
body? All too often, stud. geometrical figures or
ies of the effects of drugson symbols, and to see and For example, there wasa
the body confine their react to a stimulus under. marked decrease in ability -
attention to the single several conditions: not to perform tests when did.'p
drug, without consideringthe smoking, smoking cigarettes shifting from a low-nico :
context in which the with a low nicotine tine to a high-nicotine .
.J drug enters the body. If content, and smoking cigarettes cigarette. The shift froma
each of two drugs affects with a high nico- high-nicotine cigaretteto
the body in particularways tine content. no smoking produced a
what is their effect The difference in the two gain in test performance.
when they enter the body commercial brands ,of cig- The reverse, shifting fromno
almost simultaneously? arettes represented an smoking to a high-nico
This basic question iswhat eightfold difference in tine cigarette, tended to
Dr. Henry Murpheeof nicotine levels. The low. confirm the previous finding
the Rutgers University nicotine cigarettes had 0.2 because test performance
Center of Alcohol Studies milligrams of nicotine; was markedly and
wanted to answer by a the high-nicotine cigarettehad adversely affected.
careful research project in 1.6 milligrams of nico- The shift from a low.
which he controlled the nicotine cigarette to no
intake of the drugs and tine.The first task confront- smoking produced a


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Retired Seminar SetJax

QUESTIONS THE RPRRTmEnTI

WITH A retired seminar for all military personnel,

6ujimmincpooLROD / including all branches, will be held here in October.
ABOUT LOANS? Personnel interested in attending are invited to fill out

THE GOOD LIFE: the clip-out below.
WE'LL ANSWER THEM.No On the line marked "(Appropriate Host Com
fROm $120.VillCgewood% .
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mander) write, "Transition Site, Box 19, NAS
( names. No sales pitches.) Jacksonville, Fla. 32212.


Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on 2045 Jammes Road from
from Jack (Name) (Rank/Rate) (SIN)
mind-about minutes .
your payments, rates, anything. For quick, 10
courteous answers, call us today We won't ask your nameor sonville. Out RooseveltBlvd. '
talk shop unless you want us to Right on San To: (Appropriate Host Commander)

Dial Financew. Juan to Jammes. Then. 8 Sub-): Retired Navy Personnel Seminar
don't want you to like us just for our money. left to apartments.For info call: Ref: (a) OPNAVINST 1720.3 of 16 December 1971
40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 e complete is 1. I am Interested In attending your next Retired Navy Personnel Seminar eis
to be held in accordance with reference (a). Please notify me of the ii
5256 Beach Blvd. 396.2895 781-3818 date and location of the seminar it the following address.
4721 San Juan Ave. 384.2314
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VALUABLE ARTICLES IN YOUR HOME IS AVAILABLE AT -
THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: BY

FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK at LAKE SHORE. 4617 San Juan Ave. 5 M0NY

FIVE POINTS GUARANTY BANK, 800 May SL ).'.<..':f. s, The MUTUAL Life Insurance Company OF NEW YORK
....'t- MARVIN BLACKMORE GEORGE NICHOLS
,it FLORIDA JR COLLEGE. Cumberland Campus, Bldg CSS 358.1843 or 771.3007 358.1843 or 264.2454
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MURRAY HILL BARNETT BANK, 840 Edgewood Ave. .i"

NORMANDY ATLANTIC BANK 6545 Normandy Blvd. 'jjr

WESTSIDE ATLANTIC BANK, 4328 Blandmg Blvd. MOBILE CITY

i JOIN OPERATION IDENTIFICATION AND STOP A THIEFI' MOBILE HOMES

1 "Operation (Identification" Is an excellent plan for burglar-proofing your homel) With an easy-to- 9920 Atlantic Blvd., Ph. 7248188
use engraving tool, you can permanently Identify your valuables by engraving them with you
I Florida Driver's License Number. F- QUALITYSERVICE SELLS
Fair Dealing-Fair
Fill out the card you will receive and return It to the Office.of the Sheriff where it will be kept on Price

file for identification purposes. a 3 BEDROOM, Ito or 2 BATHS
Affix decals (which the Sheriff's office will send you) to your front and back doors to warn a 1 FRONT KITCHEN WITH UTILITY ROOM ,
LIVING &
would.be burglar that your house Is protected by Operation Identification. He probably will not 2 BEDROOM FRONT-MODERN DINING, EARLY ROOM AMERICAN MODELS I
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LEMPOYMENJ! nlture everything Sew with'N' attachments Sound, Inc.,, Fur.1564 :! If you qualify

Hendricks Ave.,corner of La Salle St. and are willing to work,
JOBSIJOBSIJOBSI, / If Is possibleto
FURNITURE COMPLETELY FURN.MO.H. ,
Shorthand Secretary, Dictaphone UPHOLSTERED 3BR, AC, earn as much as
KOblar'S w.w carpet, Ricker Rd. & 10
Typists, Clerks, Upholstery Co., $20,000
Operators filiated now af. 103rd St. Conv. to NAS 8 Cecil. 771. per year
with .
Keypunches. Sargent Upholstery Co. 7384. within 3 5 years.
HIGH PAY NO FEE Establ. 45 yrs In Jax. Free estimates.
Call Norrell Temporary Free delivery Over 1000 types of ORTEGA HILLS You would be working under a
396.5371 material. Workmanship & material 3 BR House three year finance plan, starting

guaranteed. Up to 10 percent discount 771-1405 or 771-3355 salary negotiable. Call
MAJOR COMPANY EXPANDING to active duty & Ret. military. Used Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn, U.S. -if.WESTSIDE .
Navy(Retired), Sales Managerwith
INJAXAREADESIRESTOINTERVIEWMILITARYPERSONNEL reupholstered for sale reasonable. 1040 WILMAR APARTMENTSAir

Hubbard St. 355.2183 or 389.0977'8 744. Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living "Boy, Roger, I'd like to see the Metropolitan Life Insurance
FOR SALES MANAGEMENT 1934 evenings room, Kitchen, Brfst. nook, parking first Company at telephone number
shirt's
Continuous training & education ; ; space for 2 cars, water, face If he ever saw 356.2621 if Interested.
...'. .......... .. .. sewage. me in this Roger?"
available up to 6 mos. prior to : .. .. garbage, lawn service Furnished

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Plus liberal fringe benefits. Call Don NORMANDY VILLAGEBy '
Bradshaw, 3969376. owner, 3BR, ORANGE PARK \ '
Carport, Fla. room, .
2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., .
Wooded lot
Fenced back
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PART TIME MEN equity and take over pmts. Available Dlswasher, Drapes, Carpets, INC, : .. .1

To wash trucks. Evenings & Oct By appointment. 786.3474. Elizabeth Apts. 771.1405 or 771.33S5BEINGTRANSFERREDT .. ..,
weekends,.$2.00 per hr. to start. 355. 1-
0264. NOQUALIFYBuy
small equity and move in, 3BR Let a retired Navy man who understands 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 7815511OPENDAILY8TO8:30SATURDAY8TOS

1V bath. Cent heat & 26,000 BTU wall YOUR problems managethe
PARTTIME EMPLOYEES NEEDED AC. Fenced yd. Close to bases on rental of your house until you

Weekends, nights or days. Start $2.00 Corot. return to Jax.Bartleson SUNDAY 1 T06 PM

hr. with possible pay Increase In Jack Forehand ,O'Neill & Payne, Inc. 69 FORD CLUB Wagon Van $2095
future. For further Information, call &640 103rd St. Realtor 771.4040 1147 So. Edgewood Ave.
7252711. 3889311 69 KARMANN GHIA AT, AC, R&H $1795

NEW HOMES 3 BR TRAILER 68 VW SEDAN $1450

3 & 4 BR, 2 baths Built.in-Range, Air cond., bath & Vj, Furn. Large lot.
New R&H AC
Central Heat, Prices from Paint, ,
1IIIf t IJgMII.1 $19,900. Garden avail. Between Cecil & NAS.

0361.Terms. Edw. 0. Lyon, Broker. 389.. Old Mlddleburg Rd. 771.0939. 72 VW DELUXE BUS $3095

UNF.HOUSE FOR RENT R&H, 12,000 Miles
BE A DISC JOCKEY CEDAR HILLS
3BR, 1B, Stove & Refrig. Wired for 70 VW SEDAN. R&H, AT, AC $1795
Call 355-2944 for a 3BR, 2B, concrete blk., Range, wired
AC, Oil wall heat, Dep. req., Near
Recorded message by for dryer, 8 fruit trees, fenced, Ig. 103rd St. 384.5792 or 2825023. 72 DATSUN 240Z
Scott Edwards storage rm., plus 7x10 steel storage
COLUMBIA SCHOOL bldg. $550. down. AC, AT, AM-FM Stereo, 1,000 Miles

OF BROADCASTINGHome VanSandt, Realtor 3870213 S7VW SEDAN R&H New Paint' $1195
School ir 1J.l:{!! llljll ,
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1902 Van Ness,San Francisco rwo 70 VW SEDANS R&H, New Paint
LARGE 38R 2BATH $2295
Home R&H
Study Cent Heat&Air.W.W carpet. Den. Lg. 70MGB
Not affiliated with CBS, Inc. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1095
fenced close to Cecil on Paul SPITFIRE
yd. very TRIUMPH
1 Qtr. .
Approved for Veterans ft Servicemen mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern.

Localoffice_ : 601 FII.N_ !. Bank Bid, Howard Rd.Jack Forehand trailers and apts. 3893007. 71 POP TOP CAMPER R&H :? $3495

640 103rd St. Realtor 7714040 SHORTOFCASHTRENTING 71VWKOMBIVAN AC, R&H ;* $2995
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. ? .
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Use our Rental Purchase Planto 57 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT *.

Pick up & Delivery Available. WE BUY ft SELL EQUITIESCall get Into a home of your own. Four wheel drive, Ex.. Cond. *y ( 'j' $1095
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing us for quick service. Price Mobile Home Center '

Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. 10607 Atlantic Blvd. ONE.1970 KARMANN GHIA # .' ,
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. Jax 7212444BEAUTIFUL71 NewpaintR&H,1.'. $1895
737-3864
Edgewood Crt. 389.0064. 771.3052_
SKYLINE 1971 VW SQUAREBACKAT
HIDDEN WATERS
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots 12x64, 2BR, 1 bath, Seperate DR, lots R&H, factory warranty $2595

Consoles, some with AM.FM, tape available. Excellent fishing, bOating of windows. $700. down. and take over 1970 VW FASTBACK. R&H $1795
mortg. of $5000. 389 8231.TRANSPORTATION.
Players,at dealers' cost to liquidate swimming. Mobile Home area. High, "
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stock. Full warranty| Phone 771.0409. wooded lots. E.Z terms. One mile E. 1969 VW SQUARE BACK. AT, R&H $1995

Lake Asbury on No. 209, LaRue. 725. : :: : 1969 VW FASTBACK AC, AT, R&H $1895
3992. 1
LIVE CRABSWilford's ONE 1970 VW BUS

.264.9707.Fish Camp PRESCOTT,ARIZONA Deluxe, 7 passenger, R&H $2495
Offers best climate In the state. "CAPRICE

Historic old ranch developed Into 2. '396', 325 HP, Must sell.Going over- 1969 VW SEDANS

LAWN MOWING EDGING' acre homesltes near Prescott. seas. Body & eng. in good cond., AM. New paLnt, R&H $1495 to $1595
call Hart National Forest. Two acreas: $19995 FM stereo, AC. $750.. 384.2528.
771.3211 Ext.8340 low terms. For full details write Mrs. ONE.1968VWSEDANR&H $1350

-U A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 66VWSEDAN R&H $795
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER North 7th St., Phoenix,, 85006. 48 GILES CAMPING TRAILER
Original cost over $200. Looks 8 runs 7x17', Fresh water supply & fully self Nice Selection of other Model VW's
like brand new. Cash balance S89.95 or CASH contained. Hot water heater, shower,

S7.50 mo. Rayf ields 6437 Wilson Blvd. We buy,sell and trade equities. stool,3 burner stove with oven, 8 track
700 % GUARANTEE!
772.8936. Bailey stereo player, gas or elec. refrig.
Louise T.
tires. See at
Furnished, brand new
771.3A05 Broker,
Mac ALPINE 1942 Euclid St. We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspection
Local moving & storage specialist. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed it.
Licensed and insured. 355.6357 or 354. NORMANDY ACRES And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
1022, Nights 771.8949.STANDARDSCHNAUSER. 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road 61 VW SQUAREBACK'One Ynaior mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on in and
frontage, /i to 10 acre tracts. Land Is owner. Exc. cond, call 733.6902 double check.
PUPS the best Investment for the future. after 2 p.m., or see at 8039 Catawba

AKC registered. Adorable, wormedand Other tracts available over Southwest Dr. $995. ENGINETRANMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
have had shots. S65. 384.2583. Jacksonville. ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Wynne Realty of Florida 72 TRIUMPH 500
TYLER AIR COND.SERVICEWe 389.5514 389.8507/ Daytona 2500 miles. $1200. or best J
service Auto AC, Central Units offer. Les Haggard 7.5 p.m.. Cecil Ext. DOMESTIC SPECIALS!
and
Window
Units. Reasonable. 257. Aft. 5.778.0186.
4711! Palmer Lake Shor* 388.5161 M.IDDLEBURG AREA

1 acre Mobile Home tracts in Sun- 69 MERCURY MARQUIS WAGON $1795
Great Escape! Call 264.2086.WATERFRONT 6IVW SQUARE BACK .
SEE LUCAYA.FREEPORT nyside Farms. Exc. cond., AC, R&H, 44,000 ml., Loaded, As Is.

us GRAND on our BAHAMAJoin next weekend Inspection Park $1200. Call 78&.5174.HARLEY 69 CHEVELLE STATION. WAGON $1295
Orange -

flight$200 COUPLE 3BR, 2' *B, approximately 3,000 sq..ft. DAVIDSON 1969 AT, R&H. $US

(Option Plan per Includes ALLIFlightHotelMealsGuided FR w:tft corner fireplace and built inbop.cuse. 74FLH, full dress. Custom seat, WAGON $895
) SPORT
Tours- : Custom draperies. ,and waNit Burgandy & Blk., travel case & extra 66 BUICK

Land Sales Presentation. Next flight ,,.,11 carpets! throughout.facilities Gazebo, seat. 14000 orig. miles. $1575. 772.3310or Sunroof, New paint, AT, R&H -

Sept. 1517. For reservations call: .. tdOor water entertainment and electricity. 284.5415.. 69 BUICK RIVIERA $2295 .
with
VIRGINIA ,Realtor .
E. BELL -
garage door opener. Built- Air All Vinyl roof
264-2418 24 Hour Service appliances. power,
cOlor: kitchen PONTIAC CONVERT.PS .
air. $65,000 can be
central heat und windows & seat.
PB. Elec. e
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re -h condition. $785. Aft. 5pm call
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PAGE 16 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


I Pinecastle Wins Softball Crown I


JAX SPORT BRIEFS'Y H Jax The U.S. Navy team of
Pinecastle Electronic Warfare

7 Range surprised everyone in
y
..'....' .m..n.. r Eustis, Florida in the recent city
softball championship by upsetting
NAS LADIES INVITATIONAL Nanan at Cecil Field Ext. the two top-ranked teams
BOWLING 100 or 7864652. and pulled off a double win the

LEAGUE -- Starting POWER BOAT IN- night of the finals.In .

Friday, September 8th at SPECTIONS The NAS r&iI t the first game, they stoppeda
7:30: p.m. at Mainside Jax Power Boat Club will x strong Ferran's Departmentstore

Lanes, there will be a short have a Coast Guard "11 _L team who expected to be
of the contenders in the final
one
organizational meeting representative at the v r :?) outcome The Navy "Bummers"then

preceding bowling. All Marina on Saturday, took the measure of a vastly
ladies having exchange September 16 at 1 p.m. The improved F.&W. Plumbing teamto
privileges are welcome. Coast Guard represen-' land in the finals against an
Call 771-2882 or 781-1446 for tative will inspect boats undefeated Baptist Church team.
stickers. The Baptists were riding high
further information. and issue safety
b and thought they had the tournament
don't have to be club
JUNIORSENIORGOLF You a in the bag but Pinecastle
TOURNAMENT member to have your boat wasn't awed with their record

Starting September 10th, a inspected. For more in- S.'S and jumped right into a com
Junior-Senior Tournament formation contact Ralph 'j manding lead the first two in-

,, will be held and is open to Faba at 2645987. That SLOW PITCH CHAMPS Members of the winning Pinecastle team nings of the first game.

all active and retired same evening the Club will are: Front Row- Dorsey Hayes, Jr., (bat boy); First Row (L to R) The night turned into a long one
Dorsey Hayes (coach), Jerry Laflen, Jerry Drake; Second Row (L to
and evening cruiseto for "Hard-Rock" Miller'sBaptists
military dependents an
sponsor R) Walter Lawhn, Bill Tadicllo, Andy Scott, Tom Watts; Back Row
((10-18 years of age). It will the Bamboo Luau. (Lto R) Gary Cota, Steve Jackson, John Brooks, Ron Moler, David as they dropped the first
game 10 to 2 with the Navy men
be an 18-hole medal play, TOP BOWLERS OF Cargill.
nounting a devasting hitting
alternate shots and THE WEEK Ken Hammof attack and a tight defense that
selective drives. There is the Drunks and Ron cut off several hits with out

an entrance fee of$2.00 per Mackie of the Kingsley Questions! ; standing individual plays in the

team and prizes will be Motors team in the Navy- Jt, field.
given to the winner and Marine League came up and II II This win threw the tourney intoa
tie as each team had now lost
runner-up in each flight. with 600 sets last week. Answers one game. The second game wasa
;)y POWER BOAT CLUB Hamm hit games of 244, repeat of the first with good
MEETING -- The 241 and 139 for a 624 set hitting and excellent defense by
regularly scheduled while Mackie had a 223- Q. I retired a few years why the check should be the Pinecastle team to stop the

meeting of the NAS Jax 222-168 for a 613 set. ago and began receiving: late, notify your social se- Baptist attack.

Power Boat Club has been Ron Tracki of the Late social security payments. curity office after the sixthof The Baptists big bats were not
Recently, I returned to work. the month. This allows
booming and several errors
rescheduled and will be the
Chargers was only
Must 1 contribute to social
time for you to get the checkif added to their disappointing
held on September 12 at 8 Intramural bowler to hit security now? it was delayed in the mail. evening.

p.m. at the NAS Marina. 600 last week as he came A, Yes, if your job is cow
All members and anyone up with a 603. He rolled ered by social security. And
interested in becoming a games of 161233209. this is likely,because over 90
member of the club are Hunter of the Radar 17 percent of all jobs are cov-
ered. The contributions must Hotline
invited to attend. For team had the highest gameof Drug
be paid without regard to
more information call the week with a 252. retirement status, age, or
Jerry Stens at Ext. 3120 or NAVY JAX SWIM whether you are getting so-

at 264-3239 or John Mc- TEAM- Practice resumes cial security payments. An Dial 2900See
h September 11 at 4 p.m. at important point is that the

,6r t the NAS Indoor Pool. New contributions may increasethe
social security paymentyou
members invited to
are will receive when you
join the team and must be again stop working if your '
able to swim 25 yeards free earnings are high enough.Q. the GREATEST '

style. Service personnel, I applied for social se- E OTIC SNAKE' DANCEE J'

men and women, are curity benefits over a year in the U.S.A. ,F
eligible to join the team ago but never received a
: check because I decided to y
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and compete in the senior : :" .
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continue working I expectto "JL: : '
events division. No fee is W
.f retire soon. What should y ; .,
\ .,.... ). charged for enlisted I do to get my retirement k nXjr't ; .>

'"'- members.A payments? SHENA.

parents meeting will A. Write or visit your so- THE JUNGU:QUEEN
be held at the NAS Gator cial security office and tell (featuring her friends
DEER SPRINGSESTATES I, Coming Mon.,Sept.11
Den Wednesday them when to .1 'L IUSSQUEhZER
Sep- you expect re "MISS NUDE CANADA".
tember 13 at 5 p.m. and the tire. Do this at least 3 Plus '
,
GRETA GABOR
JAX MOST BEAUTIFUL ,,
...ATKEYSTONE months before retire
election of officers will be you so TOPLESS GO.GOGIRLS
:. HEIGHTS held. you can get your first check 9pm til tamOutofSIGHTLOUNGE"one of the GREAT a bor's"
l'' MOBILE HOMESITES soon after you stop working.Q. .

'' CLYDE W. SIMPSON & CO. Anyone interested in If 1 don't get my social
REALTOR 356-6849 joining the team may call security check on the thirdof 1080 CASSAT AVE. 388.9016
Mrs. R. Kangas at 264- the month, what should I
6084. do? 4:00: pm til 8:00: pmTopless Go-Go! / :

L A. If you have been get- TOPLESS BARTENDER 12 NOON TIL V.

:i, ting your checks regularlyand

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>" Phone 771.9223

:""f : YOU REQUEST Every SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night is

; .: ;; APPOINTMENTS IF DESIRED. PHONE 264.2834 FAMILY NIGHTfour
); I MEN'S HAIR PIECES-WIGS-COLORING STEAK choice of
\, .,:: $ CHICKEN &

RAY'S BARBER & 1-79 ,DUMPLINGS or 79

'.. Ys>( 1R STYLE SHOP NIGHT CHOPPED STEAK
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1922 HIGHWAY 17 ORANGE PARK Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and ,
c $ .. /i Lb. any 2 vegetables Bread and Butter
I (, ? : RAY BRADLEY Owner LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM DINNER 4 PM til 8 PM
' BILL DODSON, Operator (USN, Ret.)
( NOEL GLENN (of the 4 Of Clubs) Watch For pur Luncheon Meat Special 39 cents Monday Thru Saturday


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HOW THEY'RE STANDINGAMERICAN I

Navy Surfing ContestJax

LEAGUEW NATTC 10 10
-ADJ3 Jon Motes of L NAMTD 10 14
NAS Jacksonville recently LATE CHARGERS 20 8 LEPRECHAUNS 9 15
placed second in the Fifth FUBARS 19 9 QUACKS 5 19
SAWBONES 16 2
Annual East Coast Surfing BEES 15 13 j
Contest held at the Fleet ADCOP 15 13 CONTINENTAL LEAGUEW

Combat Direction Systems HACKERS 13'11 L

Training Center, Dam w BOOZERS 13 15 PATHFINDERS 251,2 61,2
DRAGONS No.3 8 12
Neck, Virginia. 1 rr AIMD, 7 21 HAWKS 26 10
Seaman Mark Yuen of TOP FIVE 6 18 HURRICANES 20 16
Roosevelt Roads, Puerto COMFAIRJAX 17 15
MARINE BKS 16. 16
Rico won the contest for ATLANTIC LEAGUEW ADPERS 1516V

the second year in a row CHIEFS 15 17
and ADAN Paul Pivec of L VP-62 131,2 181,2
REBELS 21 3 FUMBLERS 11 21
at Little Creek
UDT-21 ,
RADAR 17 21 7 FUMBLERS TOO lL 21
Va. finished third. DRAGONS No. 16 88 DRAGONS No.4 10 14
Also participating in the BUSCH BUDS 16 12 HOSPITAL 10 14

contest from NAS ...... ..oA., CAG-20 14 14
TARS 11
13
Jacksonville were ADJ3 NAVY SURFING CONTESTANTS ADJ3 Jon Motes ot NAS Jax is CHIEFS 11 13 PACIFIC LEAGUE
Robert Enders, PN3 shown (seated second from left without shirt) with the other 18 par GUTTER DUSTERS II 10 14 ...,,
Robert Grochoske and SN ticfpants in the recent Navy East Coast Surfing Championships held in BUSCH LEAGUERS 9 19 W L
Tommy Reasoner.ExNavy Dam Neck,Va.Motes finished second in the contest. SN /Mark Yuen of VP-45 No.2 6 18 GOOD AND BAD 20 8
Roosevelt Roads won the contest and is pictured in the center with a FATSOTG 3 21 SPECIALS 17 11
white stripe on his suit. AFEES 17 11
NATIONAL LEAGUE SPLITMAKERS 17 11
Socc:er Player In Olympicsscored .SPARKS 13 11
W L FWF 14 14
Annapolis, Md. A 18 goals in a three- have an ex-midshipman on CHASERS 13 4 DRAGONS No.2 12 16
United States soccer teamin year varsity career the Olympic team. In the FlCEUR"5" 14' 6 VP-45N0.1 12 16
the Games has FLAP J AXWOMEN'S 15 9 HUNTERS 10 14
Olympic capped his senior season televised portion of Sun-
NUBS 4 20
LIB
been about as rare as an when he won honorable day's (Aug. 27)) opening STIFFS 13 12 8 7

Army fan in Bancroft Hall.: mention All-America for game with Morocco, Casey GEMS 11NEWEST 9
The Americans haven't the second consecutiveyear. made a saving tackle from

captured an Olympicsoccer his right fullback positionin
medal since 1904 "Casey was certainlyone a 0-0 tie game."
when Canada took the gold of the most out- Warner explained so CON CEPT
and the USA the silver. standing soccer playerswe many teams compete in IN APARTME1 W LIVINGAND

The Munich Olympics, have coached here, the Olympic soccer 1,2 .3 BEDROOM, 1 BATHS
therefore, have a special Warner said. "The teamshe eliminations that com- Spacious rooms wn ie: windows, Kingsley I
central heat & air c ond. Private
interest for Navy soccer played on won 27 of 36 petition begins a year anda patios sundecks, sw mming pool Arms

..'_ ,skipper Glenn Warner, gameand participated in half before the games to and party room.
whose coachingspawned two NCAA post-season select' the sixteen zone 264 8102

''h one of the USA's, 1972 tournaments."It finalists. On the way to 1800 KINCDIRECTIONS<:SLEY AVE.

Olympic performers-- is quite an honor for Munich, the United States : Between Blanding
former All-America Casey the United States to reach scored upset victories over Blvd. & Orai,' Park.. Minutes
away via new I I 295.rIT'S
Bahr of Feasterville, Pa. the Olympics in soccer," Mexico, Canada and ;
Captain of the Navy Warner continued, "and a Bermuda. cd =t1

booters in 1969, Bahr great personal thrill to

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Jax The 1972 North CarolinaTar Georgia Tech-Navy game has proach to the game. As you I
Heel football team is so rich been slated for the Gator Bowl. know, George is not noted as one
in talent according to The of our more serious performers. N1M1
Sporting News, "that they have a BOWLING If his team is far ahead in the ,
better than 50-50 chance to After two weeks of bowling in score, fans can expect George to
become the Atlantic Coast the Conational League, a fine spice up an otherwise boring
Conference's first entry in the AIMD team is on top of the heap. contest with his own brand of k: ,.M. .
nation's Top Ten since Duke The remaining team (in the orderof humor. However, George has a ;
placed 10th in 1960." their standings) are: AIMD hobby which he is dead serious 1 -

And that squad will be playingin No.2, VA-45, Marines, CPOs, about raising German ,
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Dec. 9 against a University of Weapons, Admin, Communications George and his attractive wife
Florida Gator team that The Special Servicesand Mary Ann have bred, raised and 4
Sporting News says "is in an Fall's Frustrated Five shown many dogs since taking up d'
excellent position to surprisesome (Dental). the hobby in 1966; however, the Cdr.J.M. Gilmore CO,V A- S receives citation presented by Capt. D.
powerhouses." High series were rolled by apple of their eye is Champion Mow COMLATWING One.Aviation.
Tickets for the contest, which Irving Auston ((188-226,572)); Dale Marda of Ellyn Hill, the first
was originally slated to be playedin Howard ((194.211, 569)), Ray German Sheperd Champion in Safety KeyHow
Gainesville, are on sale Proctor ((202-180-180,562)); Joseph Jacksonville,. Florida.
throughout Jacksonville, Including Kordek ((193.197, 532)); Bob For a German Sheperd to attain *
Navy Special Services Curran ((179-180-170,529)),Vincent championship status it is does a successful aviation their everyday actions. With this
Offices. Both $7 and a block of ((188-181,517)); Don Meyers ((187, necessary for the animal to have story begin? It takes a team. A ,combination a reality, Attack
$3.50 general admission ticketsare 514)); Harris ((189, 503)) and won 15 AKC (American Kennel team that knows,cares, and lives Squadron FORTY-FIVE turns to
available at Special Services. Bowman ((180-170, 501)) Club) points. The method of the meaning of aviation safety in another chapter in its story of
The Tar Heel-Gator game was Bill Dameron tossed a 206, and attaining these points is com- success. On 30 August 1972 the
shifted to Jacksonville as part of Al Alcoran just missed an ABA plicated,and I must confess to an Commanding Officer, the Officers -
a program by the Sports Activity patch when he rolled a 165.165- almost total ignorance in the August and is scheduled'to be and the Men of the
Committee of the Jacksonville matter. Suffice to say that bred to a top stud shortly, but in squadron received
Chamber of Commerce which 167.GEORGE'S OTHER HOBBY scoring is achieved under the the meantime, Marda will be congratulations by CAPT MOW
hopes to bring bigger and better critical, and unbiased eyes of shown at several shows in for their fine achievement of
amateur athletic contests to the For the past two years, George three highly qualified judges. To Florida in response to requestsby reaching 26,026 safety flight
city. Loy of AIMD has provided Cecil attain championship status, the many animal lovers who hours. CAPT MOW presented the
Field softball fans a great deal of dog must perform in a field so desire to see her in the "ring" squadron. with a citation from
Along with the North Carolina- pleasure with his pitching large it staggers one's again. commander Naval Air Force, U.
Florida game this fall, the 1973 prowess and good natured ap- imagination. Perhaps the latter The Ley's have another female, S. Atlantic Fleet. COM-
might give some insight into the King Haven's Desiree out of the NAVAIRLANT cited the
reasons why Marda rules the'Lay 1971 champion who shows a lot of squadron of officer's and men for

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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 19


ThreelntramuralFootballTeams INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL

I STANDINGS I I

Undefeated After Three GamesJax .
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Three Intramural In the only other NATIONAL LEAGUE .AMERICAN LEAGUE
second win of the
Touch Football teams National season
League
contest last week with W L
48-8
remained undefeated last a romp
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week, FICEUR scored L NARJAX 3 0
through games played last their first win of the over FATSOG. Nettleswas VP-45 3 0 MATSG 3 1
season
week with VP-45 and the by downing VP-56 26-18. with the big man for NDRC VW-4 MARINE BKS 1 i PUBLIC WORKS 2 1
three
touchdowns. NDRC
Barracks 2 1
stayingon
Marine Powell
Bowen, Tucker, Carper Luchi FICEUR 1 2 FAW.U 2
,'Askew and 1
the
in National and
top Brinkerhoff each AIR OPS 1 2 HOSPITAL
Jones backed Nettles 1 2
and NarJax up COMMVP56 0
League scored TDs while Lip- with 2 MARTD 1 2
sole possession of one touchdown 0 2 WEAPONS
claiming scomb added a two 0 3
apiece. Kennett VP-5 0 0
first in the American pointer. Summers scored managedthe FATSOG 0 3
only TD for FATSOG
League.The Marine Barracks the two TDs losers.In and. Angell one for and Robinson added two Tickets Remain On Sale
points.
held off a second half rally the American League, MARTD played two For Gators Vs Tar HeelsJax
Air Ops to keep their NarJax had
by no problem games last week and --- -- --
perfect record with an 18- remaining undefeated came -The 1972 North CarolinaTar The Tar Heel-Gator game was
as out with a split as they won Heel football team is so rich
shifted
14 win. The Marines went they rolled to Jacksonville as part ofa
over Weapons 12-6 over FAW-11 and lost in talent according to The program by the Sports Activity
into halftime'with' a 12-0 32-0. Scott was the big to Public Works 14-8. Sporting News,"that they have a Committee of the Jacksonville
lead but they needed one point man for NarJax witha Cameron and Michaels better than 50-50 chance to Chamber of Commerce which
more score in the second touchdown and four both scored in MARTD's become the Atlantic Coast hopes to bring bigger and better ?.
half to hold off Air Ops as extra points to his credit. Conference's first entry in thenation's amateur athletic contests to the
winning effort while
since Duke
Ten
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Top city.Along I
Frierson scored two touch He was followed by Leusch "
Bourgeois scored for FAW placed 10th in 1960.
downs in the second half with eight points, Smith -11. Stone and Stricklin put And that squad will be playingin with the North Carolina-
and Carbonetti added two and Maiorana with six and the stops on MARTD in Jacksonville's Gator Bowl Florida game this fall, the 1973
points. Allston, Stoner and Flair with two points. their second of the Dec. 9 against a University of Georgia Tech-Navy game has
game Florida Gator team that The been slated for the Gator Bowl.
Daniels took care of the MATSG held on to the week as they did all the Sporting News says "is in an
scoring for the Marines. second place spot in the scoring for Public Works. excellent position to surprisesome
VP-45 also had a tough American League last Davis scored a TD and powerhouses."
time remaining'un. week with a 14-0 victoryover Fischer added two pointsin Tickets for the contest, which Be Creative!
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Parmely and Bretton did added two points in the eluding Navy Special Services Decoupage purse,
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