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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 1972
Frequency: weekly
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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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VOL. 30 NO. 26 Published In The Interest of Personnel 1 of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 .


rl r I:,; Marines Leading CFC Drive 1 I"J;


Jax-With the 1972-73 Combined Federal Campaign Drive only a few days old, \J
members of the Marine Corps Reserve Training Center here have enthusiastically *f

responded with 100 percent participation.The .
\ drive began last week with a kick-off rally in NATTC's King Hall,

# At last week's rally, Cdr. D.F. Springer, Navy Exchange Officer, presented a '
check for$3600 representing contributions from Navy Exchange employees. ):
r ....... This makes the tenth
101., ..J straight year that Navy Exchange employees have been
part of the opening day contributions by presenting a check at the initial campaign '\
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meeting. ,
The Combined Federal Campaign, which runs through Oct. 20, is an annual r
drive to obtain funds for supporting 37 agencies of the United Fund, eight
National Health Agencies, and four International Service Agencies. '

The goal for the Navy in the Greater Jacksonville area this year is $228,000.

,.'''>''.:\ Last year, the Navy's goal was exceeded by more than$60,000.
Funds from the Combined Federal Campaign will be used to aid needy peopleold -

99 and young- will reach countless sick, poor, hungry and homeless, and will

,-' help in the continuing search for a cure for cancer and heart disease.

FIRST DONATION-Capt. William Carrier,Jr., NATTC CO, kicks of
the NATTC Combined Federal Campaign by being the first to make Jacksonville In RunningFor
his pledge to Cdr. McDaniel, NATTC CFC Chairman.

Navy Newsgram


Tour Lengths ChangedJax Military.. Med School'


Significant changes in assignment policies and tour lengths Jax U.S.. Representative university.The serve at least a year of active
have been announced by BUPERS.The Charles E. Bennett, a senior legislation directs that, in duty in the military for every
revisions, which are subject to certain exceptions, were member of the powerful House addition to a Washington year they are in the medical
necessitated by a projected PCS fund shortage for fiscal year 1973. Armed Services Committee, has location, the Secretary of training program or otherwiseserve
The changes are effective immediately for all personnel not in receiptof announced that the conference Defense is to report to the Armed the government as doctors.
orders. report on the bill to create an Services Committee' on the Rep. Bennett said, "A. military
Initial assignment-at-sea tours for surface warfare officers are armed' forces medical school feasibility of establishing other medical school would stop the ;ti v
extended to 36 months. Subsequent assignments, other than CO and near Washington and ,study military medical schools at other rapid turnover of doctors in the "
XO, will be 24 months minimum, or 36 months if split-toured. Tours additional locations, including locations in the country. armed forces, which one report
will be split only if a "No Cost"move can be effected. Jacksonville, has passed the "It is my hope that the states totals some 5,000 doctors
Shipboard tours for all aviation officers, Commander and below, House and has gone to the Secretary of Defense will, each year. It would also greatly
will be 24 months. Fleet experienced: aviators assigned to flying billets President for signature. recommend Jacksonville for an reduce the national. doctor
ashore will serve 30 month tours. Rep. Bennett called the bill to armed services medical college shortage."
With the exception of certain isolated or short-tour areas, accompanied create the Uniformed Services because our location is ideal on
overseas shore assignments for officers will be extendedby University of the Health Services account of the concentration of Bennett continued, "The
six months. landmark legislation in the military personnel and the very government is now paying 40 .
Officers selected for PG school or a service college will not be health field. He was the first large hospital complex here," percent of all health care in the
will be extended Bennett said. United States;totaling$67 billion,
assigned prior to their tour completion date. Tours as Congressman to introduce Rep.
necessary to coincide with the school starting date. legislation to create the "I have already contacted the including 30 percent of all
Officers selected for promotion will not be transferred,unless a "No Secretary of Defense", he added, medical facilities construction."A .
Cost"move can be made. Tours in specialties will be extended to four "and expect soon to present a military medical school
years. SITREP 6 formal request with supportingdata. would be of comparative
CONUS shore tours for LCdr-Cdrs.not selected for promotion will be ." miniscule: cost,and the challengeto
five years. Officers serving in post-command tours and officers not AvailableFor All of the students at the the faculty and students wouldbe
command selected will have 4-year shore tours. University will be commissioned enormously attractive and
For enlisted personnel, sea and shore tours are extended three LoanJax officers in the military and all will beneficial to our total society."
months with the exception of personnel serving on SSBN's or completing -
maximum! 6-year sea tours. The CNO's
Short tour options and special programs such as STAR and SCOREare SITREP 6 film "One Day
to be granted only at projected rotation date. At A Time" is now
The minimum tour at any activity will be 24 months instead of 12. available for loan throughthe
Except where, no-cost moyes can be arranged, split sea tours for ,Service Information
deprived ratings are suspended. As a result, some personnel will Office, Ext. 2379. PI
:. remain at'one sea activity for an entire tour. The film deals with the a
will be limited to with maximumof
Overseas assignments personnel a
.1" problems of alcohol abuse,
three dependents or less,where available inventory permits,unless its symptons, and what the
; a billet requiring a critical skill dictates otherwise. Navy is doing to help them
Overseas shore billets will,as a rule,be filled by personnel. one pay through its Alcohol
grade lower than specified. Rehabilitation Program.
High cost overseas moves will be decreased by gapping some Pointing out that l
from command to another based on
overseas billets, varying one alcoholism is a highly
billeting priorities, About one in three vacancies will not be filled in complex, and often
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misunderstood
problem,
Details will be promulgated later. .
,andexceptions
"One Day At A Time"triesto "
Families Move to Athens improve understandingby
More than 800 Navy wives and children are setting up housekeepingin illustrating that chronic
Athens,Greece,after a 4700 mile journey across the Atlantic aboard alcoholism can be and is
two Navy ships. being treated successfully SAVED A LIFE-BM1 Thomas R. Marshall receives a Letter'of
Close to 700 dependents, their household goods and pets, arrived in in our Navy today. Appreciation from Capt. D.J. Chi Men. HAS Jax XO, for action that t
Piraeus Sept. 5 onboard USS Puget Sound (AD-38)). They were SITREP 5 "Its Gotta Be helped to save a man's life. While Marshall was in the lobby of the
followed three days later by another 150 dependents onboard USS One Navy" is also Pass and Identification Office, he saw a man fall to the floor in con-
Nashville (LPD-13)) available at the Service vulsions and recognizing that the man was probably an epileptic, "
The families were joined at their new homeport by their husbands, Information office. requested police assistance and prevented the man from swallowinghis
Navymen assigned to DESRON 12. tongue until an ambulance arrived. ;:

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w-Maple Syrup, Choice of Luncheon Roast Turkey Sandwiches or Stuffed
/ Meat or Pork Sausage, Pastry Bar. Frankfurters, Snowflaked Potatoes,
I BRUNCH ; at 10 a.m. Vegetable Soup, Cranberry Sauce, Harvard Beets,
i"i.. :: ? Grilled Pork Slices, French Fried Gravy, Seasoned Succotash, Salad

Potatoes, Baked Beans, Pastry Bar, Bar, Dutch Apple Cake. This year, nearly 94 million

---, Salad Cookies.Bar, Peach Pie, Chocolate Chip Sandwich SANDWICH or Grilled LINE Hamburgers Submarine, people will work in employ-

Friday, Sept. 15 Saturday, Sept. 16 SUPPER Swiss Beef Steak, Fried Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes, ment covered by social secu-
BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Fried BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Fried Onions, Franconia Potatoes, Seasoned Potato Chips, Dessert Bar. rity.
Eggs to Order, Scrambled Eggs wHam Eggs to Order, Griddle Hot Cakes w- Peas Harvard Beets, Salad Bar, Iced SUPPER: El Rancho Stew or Baked
Choice of Luncheon Meat or Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Lemon Cake, Pineapple Pudding. Veal Loaf, Buttered Egg Noodles,
Pork Sausage, Home Fried Potatoes, Sausage, Hash Brown Potatoes, Monday, Sept. 18 Simmered Pinto Beans, Buttered
Chilled Apple Juice, Pastry Bar. Chilled Orange Juice, Pastry Bar. BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange Juice, Asparagus, Southern Corn Bread,
DINNER) Manhattan Clam Chowder, BRUNCH! at 10 a.m. Chicken Rice Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Salad Bar, Devils Food Cake,Vanilla
Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches, ,Chili Soup, Grilled Ham & Cheese Sandwiches Cakes w-Maple Syrup, Choice of Pork Wafers.
Macaroni Potato Pancakes, Buttered Pastry Bar, Salad Bar, Sausage or Bacon, Lyonnaise Thursday, Sept. 21
Carrots, Buttered June Peas, Salad French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Potatoes, Pastry Bar. BREAKFAST: Chilled Figs, Hominy rn woow
Bar, Cream Puffs, Coconut Bars. Blueberry Pie, Lime Jello. DINNER: Split Pea Soup, Baked Grits, Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled
SUPPER Roast Turkey Log, Smoked Ham, Pineapple & Raisin Hot Cakes w-Maple Syrup, Choice of
SANDWICH LINEi Chicken Salad or Snowflaked Potatoes, Cream Gravy, Sauce,' Candied Sweet Potatoes, Luncheon Meat or Pork Sausage,
Grilled Hamburgers, Franfurters, Bread Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, Snowflaked
Potatoes, !Boiled: Baked Pork & Beans, Chilled
French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Buttered Whole Kernel Corn, Blackeyed Peas, Seasoned Turnip 'Tomato juice, Pastry Bar. NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Dessert Bar.SUPPERi Seasoned Brussels Sprouts, Salad Greens, Salad ,
Bar Apple Turnovers, DINNER Puree of Bean Soup,
Barbecued Beef Fried Bar, Sugar Cookies,
or Cherry Pudding. Sugar Cookies.
Ginger Pot Roast, Natural Gravy,
Flounder, Tartar Sauce, French Fried Sunday, Sept. 17 SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham French Fried Potatoes, Buttered June Sunday
Potatoes, Polonaise Cauliflower, BREAKFAST Chilled Figs, Chilled
burgers or Frankfurters, Egg Salad Peas, Seasoned Carrots, Salad Bar,
Seasoned Green Beans, Salad Bar, Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs to Order,
Sandwiches, French ,
Fried. Potatoes Cream Puffs, Coconut Bars. Divine Worship 8:30: a.m.
Marble Cake, Peach Pudding.. Grilled Minute Steaks, French Toast Dessert Bar.SUPPER .
SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on at All Saints Chapel.
: Submarine Sandwiches or Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor Church School 9:30: a.m.
I Stuffed Green Peppers Tomato Frankfurters, French Fried Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
AX AIR Sauce, French Fried Potatoes, Boiled Potatoes, Dessert Bar. All Saints Chapel.
NE'1lVS Navy Beans, Buttered Spinach, Salad SUPPER Beef Tacos Mexican Junior Youth Fellowship
Bar, yellow pound Cake, Orange Enchiladas, Hot Retried Beans, 12:30 p.m. Senior Youth
Cream Pudding. Lyonnaise Potatoes, Seasoned Green Fellowship 1:30 p.m.
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper:
Tuesday.Sept.lt Beans, '
Salad Bar, Marble Cake,
distributed each Thursday at the V. S. Naval Air Station; BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Fried Peach Pudding. Evening Worship 7:30
p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Jacksonville, Florida, by'the Holt Publishing Company, a Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beef
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS on Toast, Baked Pork and Beans, Tuesday

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Choice of Luncheon Meat or Pork Senior Choir Rehearsal 7

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication, News Sausage Bar Chilled Apple Juice, Pastry p.m. at Bldg. 750 and

Items are welcomed from. all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or DINNER French Onion Soup, formed Air Force what doctors is believed have per- p.m.Christian at ,the Science Small Service Chapel.
to be
3119.
Steamship Round of Beef, Natural
Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Okra & the world's first successful NAVAL HOSPITAL
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Tomato Gumbo, Buttered Whole "wash-out" of a patient's bloodstream Divine Worship 10 a.m. at
Kernel Corn, Salad Bar, Martha totally replacing his dis- St. Lukes.
available purchase, use or patronage without regard to race,
.creed, color national origin or sex of the'purchaler, user, or Washington SANDWICH Cream LINE Pie.Chicken Salad or eased blood. blood with fresh donor NATTCProtestant

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Drilled Hamburgers, Frankfurters, Service, 10:30 Worship in
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, The process, called "total body Building 500. : a.m.
advertising from that source." Dessert Bar.SUPPERI perfusion," was performed at
: Simmered Corn Beef or Wilford Hall USAF Medical
CATHOLIC
Swedish Meat Balls O'Brien
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Potatoes, Buttered Squash, Seasoned Center, San Antonio, Texas, on
concerning such should be directed to: Snap Beans, Salad Bar, Easy March 31, 1972....It was attempt. St.Saturday Edward's Mass 5 Chapel.p.m. at
Chocolate Cake, Hermits. ed in an ultimate, last ditch effort Sunday Mass a.m. and 11
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Wednesday, Sept. 20 to save the life of a 20- a.m. Dally Mass-Monday, .

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 BREAKFAST Chilled Plums, Fried year-old Air Force Sergeantwith Tuesday, Thursday and.
Eggs to Order, Grilled French Toast complete liver failure. Friday-11:30 a.m. Wednesday
The
Telephone 388-2755 Mass 11:30: a.m. at
w-Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or
young airman had
been in a the Naval Hospital Chapel.
Luncheon Meat, Hash
Brown
r VOL. 30 NO. 26 SEPTEMBER 14,. 1972 ( Potatoes, Chilled. Grapefruit Juice, deep several, hepatitis-induced days coma for Saturday Confessions 4:15:
and
/ Pastry Bar.DINNERS was not responding and 5 p.m.
Chicken Gumbo Soup, Hot to treatment.

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EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is one of a series of articles in- ?
.tended to help readers of the Jax Air News understand minority
groups:
Daniel Atkins
THE LOG BOOK..USS CUSHING... entry for Feb. 11, 1892..en
route to Havana Cuba.
On this day, Ship's Cook 1st Class Daniel Atkins,a Black American,
risked his life to save two shipmates and was awarded the
Congressional Medal of Honor. '
Atkins'ship,a Navy torpedo boat,named the CUSHING,was rolling # 'Nj"L r
deeply in waves. The wind whipped the seas and the decks were swept
with icy, green waf:. r.
A lifeline broke and a young officer was swept overboard. One crew
member tried to swim the officer's side but failed. Atkins tied a y
lifeline around his waist and into the
;f:, ":!.:,. plunged raging sea. __
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lie swam to the two men and tied ropes around them. One at a time _i ii-
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! 4 conduct and courage.
I .' I" Log book is an official record of the United States Navy. :

.' Robert Blake
I !:: THE LOG BOOK.., USS MARBLEHEAD... ,Entry for Christmas .
., Day, 1863..Stone River, N.C. ,:; ::' t
For extraordinary heroism this Robert Blake ':'1' "
on day, an escaped ; '' '
slave,became the first Black sailor to win'the Congressional Medal of .' '. <-. -
.Honor. >
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USS MARBLEHEAD was preparing to launch a surprise attack on a
Confederate fort, but the Rebels struck first. The MARBLEHEADwas A FIRST FOR FAW11-AMS2 Mike Moritz, (Right foreground), Flight Engineer for VP-U's Crew
hit. Blake could have gone below decks. to safety,but instead he Ten, is congratulated by Lt. George G. Corless for scoring a FAW-11 milestone-becoming the first
replaced an injured powderboy. crew member from the Wing to pass the magic 5000 flight hour mark in a P.3 Orion. AMS2 Moritz
made his first flight in a P-3 on Jan.6, 1966.
For 14 hours he exposed himself to Rebel gunfire as he supplied
powder to the guns.
Blake was praised for his coolness and was later awarded the Exercise Your
Congressional Medal of Honor Log Book is an official record of the

United States Navy. Right To Vote

John Lawson
THE LOG BOOK:.. USS HARTFORD..Entry for Aug. 4,
1864.Mobile Bay, Ala.
For exceptional valor shown on this day, a Black sailor, John
Lawson was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.
Lawson,from Pennsylvania, was on board the Union gunboat USS
HARTFORD when the Union and Confederate Navies met at Mobile
Bay. Laws n.s battle station was below decks where he supplied
powder to the ship's guns above him.
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An enemy shell exploded. Lawson was smashed against the side of
the ship. Although badly wounded, he got to his feet and'kept the rw
powder line operating. I a..U4'! ",." ,
Fast, accurate Union gunfire made possible, in part, by Lawson,
helped the Union Navy to victory at Mobile Bay.
Log Book is an official record of the United States Navy.


Robert Penn
THE LOG BOOK..USS IOWA..Entry for ,June 20, 1898..0ff the .
Coast of Cuba.
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For exceptional courage shown on this day, Fireman First Class w
Robert Penn a Black American earned the Congressional Medal of

Honor .
The OSS IOWA was off the Cuban coast when the ship was
rocked by a boiler room expiw>ion. A manhole gasket had burst.
Steam and boiling water were pouring out of the boiler.
Penn entered the enclosed area and realized immediately that
unless the hot coals were moved the boiler itself would burn up.

At the risk of severe scalding, Penn placed a board across two
overturned coal buckets and,one shovelful at a time,carried the fiery
coals to a safe place.
Honor.For this selfless act,Robert Penn earned the Congressional Medal of (WC

Log Book is an official record of the United States Navy





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LOOK: CARBURETORS.:
\cd\'IIII\l"l"afuur.\\If\J PO\\l..cI\c,
brakes alllul'Xlm. | For.S39x: ( \ul\U.J"'IIVl"i) ")'oufuelinjcictionII 1 .
costs ntore lluin carburetors,but it's worth it. -
circuit
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systeniIhatfl.tsthrc'usfhlyklsit' -o Is cmnil/. AstiMllldiurnenthenyllutakcaVulvofaralihledreuit 1 ,
i lIilsyiM// l IIl! haselO') ;ol)"otir 'lest drive Which well 1 lx: happy t/Ulrrul/ >;e.bclkinglxnst'rcan'tstyitmu .
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| that, like I hilew.JLs tintedM\ .
41 Ivaiihiues. .ire dJ\'i'"J\ things! vv I >and
Our fully redi'miiK'Ixickel t seals have c.irx-lin| in the front and rear are!\land JT(1. .
Ian electric: rC..lr1nduw defroster.N .:
hidden advantage that \\ill kxixnc obMNIS .
f a lien sit C1I.. Which means (that when you buy a Volvo
you '
[nun us.)'C Inside the. seat I h.tcks: there are straps( | that a.
!, can see in manyf"As : )()cars.
l 1) I kll.A.ln back
call e adjusted} a give your : EVANGELIST
citherfinnC.'r or!softer supjiort. You callhl.'C ucll: as a lot of the things you tLI1'Il.'C'

this feature But' you can leel it after a lonji I trip.III them.. 'JOHN'Srrt'COOKSonny:
) If you uxJdn't! ,,u hy vsould MeriedevBenoffer / "
it as tin option on their V72X( )u '' VOLVO formerly
:Not only is .it inijossihle| to tell hoeomfoHahlea \\' .. Austin
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WIF.
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H"?\MAW My, Ik.4od on" I\iO.oo\ p. Iwo
day !
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'1000' tar/I hilfIQOlio./ .... '
"of .Ielde. O..
owrriogq and loantwo1,1uer i.
PARRISH VOLVODiJvvntown .
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?yard hi nw"/1",1. Cod'I v'c.l' { .
Hotar hi.p.rwAol .
layprr on\I'01 .
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West
Meadows Baptist; Church .
11711 Norm ody Boulevarda.
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RTU-2Q3 Active Duty ] : : I

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Stresses Air SupportJax y RZAtL : '

.N
-Replacement Training Unit(RTU-203( ) ,began its F I
two weeks of annual active duty here Saturday. i

Under the command of Cdr. Raymond M. Currie, (I
RTU-203 will be flying the A-4L aircraft and will use the I
two weeks practicing close air support at the Pinecastle I,

target range. }

TACRON 40 from NAS Norfolk will provide additional
assistance in the close air support phase. t
RTU-203 will also conduct extensive instrument and '
carrier landing practice in order to further the

readiness. the pilots.
The unit maintains a force of 25 officers and 100
enlisted support personnel with the mission.of providing
_DECAY FIGHTERS-DT3 R.C.
Berry explains tooth decay
replacement personnel for Attack Squadron (VA)-203.
prevention techniques to mothers of military dependent children at a
preventive dentistry class. The Dental Department i U in charge of the
A t classes, which include a movie, lecture and practical plaque in-
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struction.Schools GuaranteedTo .i


Navv WomenJax 7'I

The, Navy is now which an enlistee may be :
guaranteeing qualified women assigned.
F the advanced technical training' Women who enlist under the
1'tt r afforded men. School Guarantee Program are ;
Under the Navy's Occupational guaranteed training for specific
Specialty School Guarantee Jobs with the Navy.
Program,women have the option They may choose Photog ;
of enlisting for one of nine rapher's Mate,Disbursing Clerk, ;
specialty fields including Hospital Corpman. Dental ; ;
Operations, Graphics, Medical, Technician, Journalist, Data (
rs Administration, Dental, Processing Technicial, );
Technical, Supply and Ac Radioman, Aviation Electronics
counting. Technician, Aerographer,
Each specialty includes Oceanographic Technician or
several related occupations to Storekeeper, among others.Government.
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Tech P<
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'specialist* 'in ,
READY FOR ACTION-Ground support personel prepare an A-4L JACKSONVILLE'JIM
Skyhawk for action during an RTU-203 practice mission.Don't .
Jax Mr. Robert G.
Pickering, Tech Rep, for Cdr. U! ( )
.
Forget Allison Division of GM's 11659
JacksonTel !
Aircraft Division for the I :, '
TF 41 Engine has receiveda _m____
POW/MIA's one-year assignment to
NAS Jax.
He will be at Hangar 140.

1f/dC 71dDaJtd
eY'kEng.LEAVE COMING UP? ffle
One vote
lish.filled The those American on both Revolution sides your' rJ@if )Ii\f\!)@rYYlUNl/iiJ p@TY1'1Tilf ) )fPt 1te44

of the conflict with deep bit can provide the funds
terness. The American people '
decided to sever all ties with Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your Since 1885
the mother country and money needs are handled the way you want them.
change the official language Call or come in-we'll do the rest..
from English to German for .,."
the newly formed country. A {DOMESTIC FINANCED HAVERTY'SFURNITURE
bill was presented to Con. ,' .:
-
gress but the vote ended in a COLORATION SINCE HIT
tie. The deadlock was finally LOANS TO ttOO
8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK
broken by a single vote cast
by the son of a German immigrant .
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QUIET ATMOSPHEREMIMIIIIItmillimiimillllllMMIMIimil COUNTRY-WESTERN MILITARY DISCOUNT! .

IDEALLY LOCATED FOR : Appearing
FIELDfA.54 .. .a 4' NightlyexceptSunday
CECIL ............................................................
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CHURCHESANDSHOPPINGARFAS -
SPECIAL RATES per person .
CA nn
SERVICEMEN double occupancyEntertainment
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Take 103rd to Firestone nicely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Bler' Seafood
Rd., Turn South i 2 Blocks Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV Direct Dial Phone, Olympic On ALL furniture in our huge new store...!
Past Forrest High School Swimming, Pool. Free Undercover Parking. .Military personnel ONLY! 'f


(COLONIALFOREST JWSWILEMOTOR You can't'buy better furniture at a better price anywhere In
CfP I America ,.. perlodl! Come In and let us prove you save more at ,
. HOTEL Haverty'sl ,Easy terms, Free delivery, Free parking! *l '
'01 Main Street Phone 355-3744 i;
5515 Normandy Blvd ,next to Pic W Save j
5978 FIRESTONE ROAD Within walking distance to all points Interest..
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Mr. Norman R. IVEY from the

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31 years of Federal Service.

AQCS Lyle C. COVEY recently
,( 5 reenlisted onboard NAMTD 1034
} for FOUR years. >
'i Mr. Emory Hicks from the

.1( AEC Robert H. BUCKNER from Supply Dept. retired with 26
( VA-12 reenlisted for FOUR more years of Federal Service.
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:::: 12' wide, 2 bedroom ::::
BECAUSE WHAT YOU SEE :::: completely furnished ::::


( :, ISN'T ALL YOU GETSome f 3595 plus::, j

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try to sell you their pnxluctonlheslreiigllml : IJIII how roomy us \\ell To discover this you 3115 LEON RD. PHONE 724-6454
: ilslixtksHuthere l hn: 't' to compare Vblxo to!smaller cars. ,; East of Par 3 Golf, off Beach Blvd.
( arc' stroiigirrcasoiislolni. .! } aV"l\o, 1.iktadiiLics.A: Volvo h.is: more front !seat "'i '
I l.ikclliclMMK\ V" '\t'rknu\\' In' looking.I Ilogroolllihan .uryufthtm. : fJrcrear seat
I Mil if"huill so si ronjryoiiian, slack '\'l'1I ItsrcxnthuiaBuick Klcttra.And a bijyjer
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Volvos front ai id lear ends arc built ,i little TO SEE HOW WELL AVOLVO HANDLES. '
YOU. \VETO DRIVE I IT.
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abv rli
diffl'rl'nlly.llll'/'l'l'll'rg! ) nsilt ;- '
"isuclltucnlntltluUkrsiressunllal.i Irh liu'lIuuiycnlrselfailinginto! Jarkinginlpttt
: in case ot|'a collision/. spaces usually/ fl l'/\l'lllIr littiCCYmpacls. '
nf Volvo's brakes arc designed soyou !II"'1I1dll'l,, I Making' sharper tunis than you could
have; lo take ad\anl.ige of.tin's advantagcv, 111:1'i a t 1.lr,
>.. And) wluizingarouiul curves: very :'k) '. H
WE GI\.E YOU,EVERY BRAKE POSSIBLE sure lootedly. Radial tires are standard.

Sunk can si\'c,' you two disc brakes ate III ,,' LOOK,NO CARBURETORS j jI
extra. Volvo gives you! lour-whcvl_ l |I">\\c.'r hc
brakes at no c xlra. For S3.-(ulvoadsogives)() you fuel IUj'lhl.'n'clv."t. : .
{ II Hosts nK ire than carburetors, but its worth it. -
\ !..,comes\\ itli a dual dr 'lIiIIJmkjllj.t'ft( '"
: systemrthaf( bus threes litvlsi ni-tulicirtuit.'" As you'll discover when you Like Volvo for a' f I
test drive Which well Iw happy lo arnU1 c. f\b
i It oiieciauil lads. }oii still have SO'ol) your ;
Ijrakiiinixmer. You c.m't I sec it, hut its But I More: we do,3 you're' hound t to notice
advantages are oln'imis. that things! \\hilc\vulls, tinted glass and
Our fully reclining: IJIIl'kl.tC.II,haw a carpeting in the front and) rear arc standard.
As is.in electric: relrlnduw defroster.! ,:
hidden ill
IxcoiWMilniousulien
that
advantage \\. :
5 sit down.Inside \\hkhm ansth'lt..henyoubuY u Volvo
you the seat hacks: there are straps that. I rum us,you'rc getting a lot of the things you j
be adjusted u ith a knob to give Lick c.in see in many S39K! ( )C.ITS.
can your '
i As well as a lot of the things you can t see
cither firmer softer V illl c.ulhl'C
or! !sulIxrt| OHN ; ; 6-S
this feature. But you can I eel it after a long trip in them. : COOK

i If you couldn't/ why would MercedesBenolfer / "
; it as an option on their V72X( ) c. '
VOLVO
; ;Not only is it iniiossible| to tell hovcomfortable \' Sonny Austin
p
'buyp slwl Moil)|*KI"I.i4vn(144 sluinUil! truiwmsMiin. .tVHd I In I'/F., ttOllywood 'actor ,
., I a Volvo is by.Inking it, '\\\1'.4 ,"'wI.dd''f"k'aI.lo".J' ta...'" & stunt man
19rM.wtnt, .......eI 0"0 H.oOO
po'day Imoi.hulaN'o' /

1*. lit .... doli..eI Gam tho ...., "did lib' ,
war N'''''*ell

11001 "rhw. hi,. mdhy.0' .Iclclo, 'aIo.n mw.laf.q" and --.1. .1HuoI &
PARRISH VOLVOQ.wntown
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I pu-.alopotl on N.r San 01 hull yrad. ad .Iwir p.d..l.n.l
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September 13.17 >.'
Laura at Orange 356-5654 730; P.M Each Night ,--
West Meadows Baptist Church

11711Nom'andyBoWevd PASTOR BERN EY ARMSTRONGIII .



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j RTU-' O Active Duty ,.!J... ; u........ ..!UU.. ..l...J. m:

I r:1: TRAFFIC

Stresses Air Support p, ..
ro VIOLATIONS
4 .
'
Jax-Replacement Training Unit (RTU)-203.began its
two weeks of annual active duty here Saturday. M R
Jax -The following is a reportof
Under the command of Cdr. Raymond M. Currie, .". motor vehicle accidents and
'RTU-203 will be flying the A-4L aircraft and will use the i r1 traffic violations. for the period of
28 4.
August Sept.
two weeks practicing close air! support at the Pinecastle Number of Accident

target range. This period 4

TACRON 40 from NAS Norfolk will provide additional ,., d :. This period a year ago 5
Total accidents this 271
assistance in the close air year
support phase. Total accidents through this '
RTU-203 will also conduct extensive instrument and period last year 237
carrier landing practice in order to further the Total number of days since last

readiness, of the pilots. injury in a motor vehicle accident

The unit maintains, a force of 25 officers and 100 KP 21
Number of days since injury
enlisted with the mission of providing an
support personnel ,DECAY FIGHTERS-DT3 R.C. Berry explains tooth decay last year at this time 72
replacement personnel for Attack Squadron (VA-203. prevention techniques to mothers of military dependent children at a Number of Violations
preventive dentistry class. The Dental Department 1 Is, in charge of the This period 88
A classes which include a movie lecture and practical plaque instruction. Speeding 29
Reckless driving 0
Going through stop sign 10
Schools GuaranteedTo Other Violations '49

Thirty drivers appeared before
Navv WomenJax the Traffic Hearing Board on
.
--- Sept 7. Disposition of the cases
The Navy is now which an enlistee may be included the following:
guaranteeing qualified women assigned. Seventeen lost driving and
the advanced technical training' Women who enlist under the parking privileges aboard the
afforded men. School Guarantee Program are station for various periods;
Under the Navy's Occupational guaranteed training for specific Seven were assigned to completean
Specialty School Guarantee jobs with the Navy. eight-hour course in remedial
Program,women have the optionof They may choose Photog driving; None received a
enlisting for one of' nine rapher's Mate,Disbursing Clerk, suspension; Twelve were given a
specialty fields including Hospital Corpman. Dental warning; Two were dismissed;
Operations, Graphics, Medical, Technician, Journalist, Data None were fined (U.S.
Administration, Dental, Processing Techniclal, Magistrate); and two were
Technical, Supply and Ac- Radioman, Aviation Electronics referred to commanding officersfor
counting. Technician, Aerographer, possible disciplinary action.
Each specialty includes Oceanographic Technician or Twenty drivers were assessed
several related occupations to Storekeeper, among others. fifty-six traffic points.NMMNMMNIMMMNNMMNIWMNM .
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Tech
Rep.Assigned I vUiife Insurance Company'specialist

in service to the military'

READY FOR ACTION-Ground support personel prepare an A-4L JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVE
Skyhawk for action during an RTU-203 practice mission.Don't JIM RICHARDSON
Jax Mr. Robert G.
Cdr. USN (Ret.)
Pickering, Tech Rep. for
Jonathan Rd.
11659
ForgetPOWMIA's
Allison Division of GM'sAircraft Jacksonville 32225
Division for the Tel: 724-4833

TF 41 Engine has receiveda

one-year assignment to

NAS Jax.
He will be at Hangar 140.

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LEAVE COMING UP? ffle

One vote made you speak Eng

tion lish. filled The those American on both Revolu sides your J1]@ ?lll@WJl@P@I1'II1f1/ } )cve 1te

of the conflict with deep bit can provide the funds
terness. The American people
decided to sever all ties with Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your SInce1885
the mother country and money needs are handled the way you want them.
change the official language Call or come in-we'll do the rest.
from English to German for "J1
'
the newly formed country. A { FINANCED HAVERWSFURNITURE
bill was presented to Con DOMESTIC
-
gress but the vote ended in a CORPORATION SINCE Hit
lOANS TO 1800
tie. The deadlock
was finally BOOKX'X'X'X'X'XvXv.v.v.v..j
8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE
broken by a single vote cast
by the son of a German immigrant

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QUIET ATMOSPHEREwiniiiiiMiimiiiiiiiniHiiiiiMMiiiiiHi MILITARY DISCOUNT!
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IDEALLY LOCATED FOR "-> Appearing
CECIL FIELD, NA.S. r R Nightly except Sunday
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CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, :::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
CHURCHES AND
SHOPPING ARFAS SPECIAL RATES per person
*. KBS*. SERVICEMEN 5O.UU double occupancy

Take 103rd to Firestone Entertainment nitely Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood On ALL furniture in
with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic our huge new store...! '
Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks Restaurant, ISO Beautiful Rooms
Past Forrest High School Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking. Military personnel ONLY!

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OLONIALFOREST I America ... period! Come in and let us prove you save more at
MOTOR HOTEL Haverty'sl! ,Easy terms, Free delivery, Free parking!

901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 5515 Normandy Blvd, ,next to Pic V Save't'

5978 FIRESTONE ROAD Within walking distance to all points of interest. :
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Q. During the summer
Monday,Sept. 18 Beans. .
months, 1 usually hire a maid
<. Tomato Soup, Brisket of Beef Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad
and gardener. When
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1i a must
:'I : with Cabbage Veal Cutlets with Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, 1 report their wages?
Sauce, Baked Chicken, 7 oz. Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Cottage R'
Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, A. If you pay your maidor
Mashed Potatoes, French Fruit Jello,Tuna Salad, Beet and gardener cash wages of
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Onion. $50 or more during a calen-
} Spinach, Blackeyes, Corn. Coconut Cream Pie, Devils 1 dar quarter, you must report
5,' Tossed Salad, Combination Food Cake, Apple Pie, Fruit the wages and send the so-
Salad, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Cobbler, Assorted Pudding. cial security contribution to
r Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Cottage Thursday,Sept.21 the Internal Revenue Service.
Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, Chicken and Rice Soup, T This report should be made
Fruit Jello, Potato Salad, Kidney Country Steaks with Yellow Rice, r during the first month after

Bean Salad. Barbecue Pork on Buns, receive a cer. the quarter in which the
ROICC personnel
Custard Pie Banana GROUP BENNE SUGG-Eight
Egg Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, Fish,
Cake, Apple Pie, Fruit Tarts, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin. tificate of award from Capt. D. C. More, ROICC for their group wages were paid. Get a copy
for all of "Social Security and Your
in the safety
for improvement program
Assorted Pudding. beneficial suggestion
French'Fried
Mashed Potatoes,
Front Row: Kneeling (L-R) Household Employee" (SSI-
In the Jax Complex.
Tuesday,Sept. 19 Rice and construction projects
Potatoes, Gravy,
Beef W. Williams 2nd Row: Capt. More, D. Leftwich, J. 21)) from any social secu-
Split Pea Soup,Pan Roast Pinto Beans, Mustard Greens, D. E. Hawkins, J. ;
with New Potatoes, Macaroniand Peas. Osswald;3rd Row: W. J. Stevenson, C. F. Wall W. A. Booth and R. E. rity office for more infor-

Meat Sauce, Liver and Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Spencer. mation on this subject.Q. .

Onions, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, 1 retired last month. If
: Fish. Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Cottage I start irorkhig part time
I
Mashed Potatoes, French Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, flow much can I wake and
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Fruit Jello, Carrot and Raisin, still collect full nodal seen*
Great Northern Beans, Turnip Stuffed Eggs.Pineapple rite payment ,'nC'1I1J/tmtl/ ,?
Greens, Beets. Cream Pie, Layer
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad A. You will get full social
Cake, Apple Pie, Bread Pudding,
Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Assorted Pudding. security benefits for each
Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Cottage Friday.Sept.22 month you do not earn more
Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, Seafood Gumbo, Trout than $140 in wages or do
Fruit Jello, Waldorf Salad, Almondine, Stuffed Peppers with .... substantial work in self-em-
Cucumber Mix. Creole Sauce, Swiss Steaks with ployment. Or you can get
Boston Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Onion Gravy, Baked Franks and ffcrtlll'JII 0t, full benefits, regardless of
Chocolate Pie, Fruit Pie, Beans, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, t .... :" '01(1 "" _. I monthly earnings, if your
Assorted Pudding. Fish. "" ....... .. J total earnings! for the calen-

Wednesday,Sept 20 Mashed Potatoes, French dar year won't exceed $1,680.
Vegetable Soup, Chicken and Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, One dollar in benefits is
DumplingsBaked Meat Loaf Macaroni and Cheese, Mixed withheld for every $2 you
with Creole Sauce, Braised Pork Vegetables, Stewed Tomatoes. earn between $1,680 and
Chops, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad $2,880. In addition, $1 in

Fish.Mashed Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, benefits is withheld for every
Potatoes, French Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Cottage Ie $1 of earnings above 2880..
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, However, no matter how
Lima Beans, Squash, String Fruit Jello,Health Salad, Slaw. much your total yearly earn
CERTIFICATE ,OF 'SERVICE-Mr$. Thelma H. Lombardy Is
presented the Air Force Certificate of ,Service by Ma|. Kenneth ings exceed ,$1,680, you can
Open for your convenience t a.m.-10 p.m Tevebaugh,79th Radar Squadron CO. The Award was presented for get a check' for any monthin
Services rendered while serving as Administrative Assistant to Maj. which you neither earn
o PICK-UP & DELIVERY Tevebaugh.:Mrs.Lombardy,a retired POI,has accumulated 27 yearsof more than $140 nor perform
o ROAD SERVICE combined Federal service and her, Navy career ended here at NAS substantial services as a
Jax. self-employed person.
o MECHANIC ON DUTY

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It Vietnam Volunteers. Unit: :,, .;%,' ,f, I


I : The Navy's Newest 'Special -


the concentration of one's skills or aptitudes on Only one Ifacetofageneralfieldisacommonpartof
Jax-Specialization .
the life of today's man.i .
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unit'of the: Vtheir e: ese, w u crease
The Navy has had established a advisors.new "special effectiveness as advisorsand

t. specialization for years, not onlyin Their volunteer"training camp" is the ambassadors of good will.

its different career fields, Inshore Operational When their training is complete *
Navy
Ws t. I called"Ratings", but also in the Training Center at Mare Island, ,the men of this new "team"
9 4 form of special units designed for California,up the coast from San 'will be fully prepared to assist the
particular jobs like underwater Francisco. It is an ideal site Vietnamese Navy in perfectingits
counter-
and
demolition because of the geographic skills, not only in its primary
insurgency. similarity of the deltas of the mission of keeping clear the
However, the challenges the Sacramento and Mekong Rivers.At waterways of Vietnam, but also
faces often requirethe
today
Navy
establishment of new specialIzed Mare Island, the men learn in conducting psychological
units. not only those things like survivaland operations and medical, civic
that will action, and other programs
To meet the management and combat techniques,
logistics problems presented by help them through an aimed at improving the living
standard of the Vietnamese
but also such sub-
her diminishing combat role In emergency,
Vietnam, the Navy has jects as the history and culture of people.
III ';' : -
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19th Hole Lounge,
1a r4' which have been
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LIKE OTHER SPECIAL UNITS, volunteers for advisor duty In resume regular
Vietnam have to go through rugged physical training sessions. operations tomorrow.The .

CLASS-SPECIAL MEN-A Vietnamese language In. Candlelight
tf structor' conducts a class for students at the Naval Inshore Restaurant will be

One vote helped win World Operational Training Center. The men are volunteers for the U.S. open Monday through
War II. In 1941 Congress ex-' Navy Advisory Program in Vietnam. from
Friday 11:00
tended the draft law by one
vote. Four months later we a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and
were at war; thanks'to that C"f the '19th Hole Loungewill
one vote we were better pre f Arts&CatBASIC
pared. be open seven
days a week from

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some of the finest speed
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|1.5 million Olympic The ,, ,
facilities that they hope you money!! OUR ENTIRE STOCK( OF
will be designated "Bi VILLAGECOBBLER '
centennial Olympic Park." .

The community that in HUSH
1972 provided all the lass.
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invite the International 103rd Street and 1okY
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present and future Olympians :: tt
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world-acclaimed ly honored artist and, who wide-Is ""r Blacks
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famous for his depictionsof ; Combinations
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the Americana genre ;
scene, has confirmed that *
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with the rights and responsibilities of military voters in this election year: b zr; .

"More American citizens Hill "For this reason we have a States' voting requirements and
be eligible to vote in the General continuing responsibility to see to personally assist them in
Election on November 7 of this that all personnel eligible to vote registering to vote.
year than in any previous election are informed of the voting
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Secretary
in our Nation's history requirements, procedures and
approximately 25 their Defense conducts a 'continuing
"Since 1968. deadlines in respectivestates.
million potential new eligible information and liaison effort
voters have joined the electorate.an "In the Department of not only with the Military Ser-
increase equivalent to nearly Defense's 1972 Voting Campaign vices' voting representatives CAREER ENDS-YNC Howard F. Renforth and his wife, Charlotte,
45 percent of the total number of w e have designated September 15 but also with election officials of talk over the highlights of his Naval career with Capt. D. J. Childers,
votes cast in the 1970 elections. as Armed Forces Voters Day the States and Territories. This NAS Jax XO,as Chief Renforth retires. Also attending the ceremonywas
"This growth brings an This.is a chronological milestone- dual function is carried out to John Thompson (YNC Ret.), who enlisted Chief Renforth in the
unequalled opportunity for all a point in time when commanders clarify registration and voting Navy back in 1942.New ,
American voters to exercise their voting officers, and counselors procedures and to help solve the
predous right to participate in should confirm that all eligible problems of Service members. Drug Films
the government of the United personnel have received in- "Our goal is to provide all
States. This right is protected hand, Federal Post Card Applications Service personnel with timely
today by the men and women of (FPCAs) for Absentee accurate information so that they Set For ServicesThe
our Armed Forces whose service Ballots,and have been assisted in will be better prepared to
ensures the safety and security of their completion before mailing exercise their American
right as National Institute of of interviews with speed users
our country. them to election officials citizens to vote. :Mental Health has provided nine interspersed with statements
liThe voting rights of our Armed liThe Military Services have a single-concept films for use by from medical authorities.
Forces are identical to those responsibility to inform their "I urge all members of the the military services in drug "About Addiction" (AFIF 211))
of all other citizens. In most eligible voters in uniform, along Armed Services.to exercise that abuse information programs. is a nine minute and 30 second
cases, however, it is necessarythat with their spouses and dependents basic right and to make their Office of Information for the color film that covers all typesof
they vote by absentee ballot. as to their respective voices beard in November." Armed Forces which procuredthe abuse including smoking al
-- film, has listed it as AFIF cohol and drugs.
213 with the title "Nine Single The third film, "Sjcezag"
s g S Concepts-Drug Abuse. The (AFIF 206) is for Marine Corps
re it rec.erlu", Standing' Boulevard' films are packaged into three members and documents two periods
House of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Center parts. The titles in each packageare In the life of Vietnam veteran
Phone 7719223 : PART I-Drug Abuse, Narcotics Wayne Shirley. Film
Tobacco; PART II-Alcohol makers visit Shirley in his
Every SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night is Sedatives, Stimulants; apartment and hear his attitudes
FAMILY NIGHT and PART IIIHaUucinogins.Marijuana about dope and then visit him
1 Volatile Substances. months later to document the
STEAK tour choice I of Department of Defense has devastating results of his toying
CHICKEN & also procured three commercial with the drug world.
$179 DUMPLINGS or 79 drug abuse films: The commercial films are for
NIGHT I "Speedscene: The Problem of Armed Forces use only. Distribution
CHOPPED STEAK Amphetamine Abuse" (AFIF 'for all the films has not
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/1J Uy Dr. (Capt.) George G. burn, and the body stores it as
; Johnson, USAF. fat. To lose weight, you must
take in less energy than your
t t > So, you admit you're carrying body uses and the body will
) r K tLr fat! Well, it isn't
: { a lot of ugly burn off the stored up fat to
don't
"glands"
because your make up tile deficit.
I I0 work right or because you "retain -
} fluid" or because the tooth
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arc fat TAT DI ITS?
, fairy cursed you-you
because you cat too much. ll'aI Unfortunately, there is only
,
that simple. one way to limit energy intake,
If a thousand people read this, (UGH!). All diets have two
only one will have a "glandular things in common; they limit
abnormality." Those diseasesare the calories (energy) you take
so obvious that a second in each day, and they have u
\ medical student could make trick or device built in to re-
\, year the diagnosis at 50 feet in a bus mind you daily that you're on
JI station. People with advanced a diet. No one has ever proven
heart disease and some pregnant that a ,high protein or low car-
I women "retain fluid"-fat bohydrate or a grapefruit juiceor
people don't. They just wish a kumquat soup diet is any
VP.., CITED FOR SAFETY-Capt. William J. Vaught (2nd from LEFT), COMFAW-1I, presents a they did! better than any other kind. In
Citation for general 1 aviation safety to Cdr. R.A. Hall VP-4 CO, on behalf of COMNAVAIRLANT.Also lack, over the lung haul, such"fad"
do retain is
What fat people
shown are LCdr. Marshall N. Jackson (Left, NATOPS Officer, and LCdr. Joseph C. Sullivan, take in or "crash" diets are usually
excess energy. They unsuccessful because
Safety Officer for the period cited in the award. they
than they canme
more energy are rigid, expensive and they do
not help reestablish patterns of
food intake required for subsequent -
weight maintenance.You .

can design your own
guaranteed successful diet to fit
) Kaois learninc cenier your own tastes and your own
life style, but you will need to
acquire four things: an ability
to add, a pocket sized book that
II 11irr'11: I The Kadis Learning Center is a special kind oft lists common foods and the

uu I school with a specialized staff and program. We are a number given of portion calories, a notebook contained anda in

dedicated to the development of the child with pencil. Pocket size calorie
who has books arc available at almost
average or above'average intelligence
any drugstore for about 50
problems in learning.If cents or a dollar.FXFRCISE .

: : AWAY FAT
rg your child is suffering these problems, you-
To do a really good job of
and he-are not alone. There are many and they are reducing your fat, you need to

being helped. Why not call us for a conference,and ,' .' .. combine your diet with a schedule
of rrguiar Cxc16e.. Exercise::
preliminary diagnostic test? will help you redistribute those
grotesque bulges, it will keep
your heart in good condition,
your muscles toned and it will

make you feel better. It will not,
PROBLEMS PROGRAMS EVALUATIONChildren however, lose weight for you.
Shocked? Here's an example.Let's .
who evidence any of The Kadis Learning Center is A comprehensive diagnostic
and
the following symptoms may dedicated to the development of and evaluative testing procedure.have say you splurge
have three beers at the club,
a learning problem: the child with average or aboveis provided each child: telling yourself that it's O.K.

average intelligence who has -you'll I run it off tomorrow. If
a learning problem and offers a your body has about two square

specialized program with: meters of surface area, you will
have to play tennis for 45 min-
utes straight or jog for a solid
Overactive Qualified Staff Psychological-Personality
hour without stopping or swima
Poor Reader Individual Instruction Evaluation ,
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half mile in fifteen minutes
Short Attention Span Perceptual Development Academic Abilities Battery just to burn off the 450 calories
Daydreams Speech and Hearing Therapy Speech and Hearing that those harmless three beers

Fidgety Reading Remediation Evaluation added to your daily Intake.
Poor Concentration. Summer Classes Vision Analysis

Withdrawn 10 Children Per Class Preliminary Interview and

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ences wherein the specific learning disabilities of with parents. Diagnostic test results and specific

each child are assessed. Recommendations by the recommendations are given to each parent. Con- NEAR'
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,| Buying A Home ? VA Can, Make It Easier I



Owning a home is, |perhaps, At least 90 days total Service
,
of the or prisoners of war and ha'elIl'l'n FinancingKligihle a (il I iuul.I'rolection.
one greatest of American unless discharged curlier for
dreams and Sen' in such status for more : veterans must make
through llto ice-Connected disability. for (he Veteran
than 'JO days are eligible for GI
Veterans Administration's (!U their own arrangements for
Home Loan Program, many veterans //-/vomm ttml I Vittiiam Vet- loans to acquire a home. Keccipt loans through the usual lending The VA protectetcran borrowers -
arc finding it easy to ITMH8Veterans-- by wile of ollicial notice channels, such ax banks, building in the following ways:
make this dream conic true. who served on active that the husband is no longer i and loan asMH-iations and [I.1 t Homes( completed less thana

The main purpose of the GI duty 'or 181 days or more, any listed as missing or capturedends mortgage loan companies. year (In-fore acquisition with
entitlement.Additional .
Home Loan Program is to help partf which occurred after The lender making a (H loan GI:I loan financing must meet orexceed
veterans 'finance the purchase of January 31, 1955, and who were Kntitlement: fur the pun-base of n home in VA minimum requirements
.tr ailable
guaranteed againfct loss up to for planning, construction
a reasonably priced home at a discharged or released under The maximum entitlementavailable
conditions CO |,crcent of the loan, with a and general nl"'IIlhilily.I .
low rate of interest. It other than dishonorable
encourages
to an eligible veteranis
maximum guarantee of $12,500.The .
private lending institutions or were discharged or released i $J2. OO fur home loans. loan terms arc subject to I I The \'.\ may III'I""III| | from
to make bigger loans than they from active duty after World War II and Korean Conflict negotiation between the veteran participation in the loan program -
otherwise could, through loans such date for a service-con veterans who have used and the lender. The repaymentHriod those who lake unfair ad
being guaranteed insured nected disability ("six-month their loan )
or by guaranty entitlement | of maturity of GI home vantage: \elenin Itomwerx" or
the Veterans Administration.Loan enlistees" arc not eligible since j, illr to May 7, ItMJS, may have loans may be as long as 10 years. decline to sell a new home to, or
Guaranty EntitlementAll their Service"docs not constitute between $:,11110( to S,500 additional The VA does not require that a make a loan to, a credit-worthy,
"active duty, as defined in the t'entitlement available for down payment be made. ('liJ.illlc'l'tc.'nm because of his
veterans, beginning with governing law). use in obtaining another GI loan. race, color, creed or national
those of World War II, have Servicemen who have servedat The amount of additional en- Insured Loans origin.
loan guaranty entitlement avail- IrmiMil still :iviilihl> In ;i Instead of a VA guarantee,
least 181 days in active duty O On a new home, the builderis
able until used-whether de- veteran who obtained a (H loan Rome lenders )prefer to use the
status
even though not discharged required to give the veteran
rived from Service in World while their Service con- Il'folMlY 7, 190H, can !Inc determined VA-insurctI loan )program. The purchaser a 1-year warrantythat
War II or the Korean Conflict tinues without a break. by subtracting the interest rate on insured realty the home has been constructed -
or from Service after January entitlement used earlier from loans will be in keeping with theJ..ov.rnin in substantial conformity
31 1955. All the $12,500' currently authorized.If law and VA regula 1
delimiting dateson Widows and Wivct Entitlement with VA-approv'plans and :: : "
veterans' entitlement pre- you arc eligible<< for a GI tions. Post-Korean Conflict veterans specifications.D .
-Unremarried
viously in effect have been widows of men loan, the VA, upon request, will arc not eligible for insured
re- who served in World War II, the In some instances, the VA
moved. The following is a break- give you a Certificate of Kligi-: loans unless at the time of application
down of those who Korean Conflict or the post- bility showing the amount of ) they had previous entitlement may pay or otherwise compensate -
are eligible
: Korean period and who died as a your entitlement. However, the based on earlier service the veteran borrower for
World War II Vetcrant-Eli- result of service-connected dis- receipt of a Certificate of Eligibility i. in the World War II or correction of serious structural
gibility requirements for this abilities, and wives of servicemen docs not mean that you Korean Conflict periods, such defects which develop within
period are: on active duty who are officially will receive an automatic approval entitlement has not expired, and four years of the time a home

Active Duty on or after Sep- listed as missing in action for a loan. no part of it was used to obtain loan is guaranteed or made. .

tember 15, 1940, and prior to "
July 26, 1947;

Discharge or separation un-
der other than dishonorable con- W '
ditions;

Active duty at any time on or
after June 27, 1950, and prior to

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1Ij; Want To Cut Down On Your Smoking?


r. CEORGK., 40 years old and their doctor's advice others because the latest tar and nicotine perils" for you. Maybe you're n pack-a-day
?\ a pack-a-day smoker since he their own common sense ratings for all leading brandsof smoker. Try buying your next
',,' enlisted 20 years ago had tried tells them it is ridiculous to cigarettes. Note how muchone 3. Take fewer draws on each pack an hour later each day.

numerous times to break the take the risks Involved. Yet brand varies from anotherby cigarette Stretch your suppl by .stretch-

,I cigarette habit without success. tens of thousands continue to as much as 2 to 1, 9 r even Even if you can't stop smok- ing the periods b tween each

",' "I guess I'm hooked" he told smoke, either because they are more. See how your brand Irg, try reducing the numberof smoke. It may nlso, jielp to
f..t his wife. "But at least they unable or unwilling to quit.Is compares. Find out how much times you puff on each ciga carry your cigarettes In a dif
;:. don't seem lo hurt me" you can reduce your Uv and rette. With' practice some people ferent pocket. Or, at work keep
He faced his reenlistment ex- there anything such a per- nicotine intake by switching to find they can substantiallycut them in R drawer of your deskor
amination with confidence. Until son-perhaps you can do t. another brand or to another their actual smoking with in your lock -uny place
the doctor lowered his steth- slow down the 'harmful effects version of the brand you are out really missing it. where you aren't able to reach
of smoking presently smoking. for one automatically.
oscope and shook his head. "I ,
don't like the sound of that Actually, there are five things. Will such a switch result in 4. Reduce your inhaling. The trick is to change the

left lung. We'll check it on your But remember doing these will your smoking more? Probably Easier said than done? Per habit patterns you have estab
, x-ray. But if I were you I'd not make ftyoking''safe. Anything not. Most smokers who make haps. But remember it is the lished. Make a habit of asking
I ;\ stop smoking." you may do short of quit such a change either continueto smoke which enters your lungs: yourself, "Do I really want this

: To George's relief the x-ray ting completely is merely a smoke at their previous rateor that does most of the damage.It cigarette?" before you light up.
H1h.t proved negative. But the scare compromise. So first ask your- even smoke less. is this smoke that injures the You may be surprised at how
was real enough to pull him up self if cigarettes really mean cleaning mechanism of the lungs many cigarettes' you smoke that
short. On leaving the doctor's enough to you to take risks 2. Don't smoke your cigaretteall and accelerates the developmentand you don't- really want.

j k office he dropped his cigarettes such as: the way down. progression of emphysema.And One final thought. If you must

w in the nearest trash basket- No matter which cigarette you it is largely this smoke smoke by all means follow
'N:, 4' and hasn't smoked since. LUNG CANCER smoke the most intake of tar that promotes the cardiovascular these simple rules. Then add

','" Like George about a million EMPHYSEMA AND CHRONIC and nicotine occurs in your last changes which can bring on another precaution: if you spot
and a half Americans swear off BRONCHITIS few puffs. This is because the heart attacks. such warning signs as constant

smoking each year. Some on CORONARY HEART DISEASE tobacco itself acts as a filter, Death rates of cigarette coughing chest pains, shortnessof
retaining a portion of the tars breath and wheezing, don't
smokers increase with
What can you do to lower degreeof
and nicotine that pass throughit. wait-see your doctor at once.
your intake of all cigarette inhalation. Make an effortto ..
j OMttt R....of CipratM Smokw VwiutNommokwi Thus, smoke from the first \ "
ky Selected Dimm Ag 4544 smoke Here are five positive reduce the depth of your \\\ :(\<.1;<
steps: half of a cigarette yields only inhaling and its frequency l' 'ni"
'o n, .'rIA about 40 per cent of the total ; "
:CAU.. Im (Cigar and pipe smokers are ?
tar and nicotine. :./..; : 'i-t
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A"4 One way to cut down your cancer 7
Per Ptrnn-YMrt
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HONDA h. it 1>' MI Yw .Ina 16 that
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But the last half-where the Pick a time of day when you
tobacco-filtered tars and nicotine promise yourself not to smoke.
HONDA ':
are stored-yields CO percent It may be before breakfast. Or
OFJAX I: So the sooner you put while driving to work. Or aftera
cigaretter out the lower
J your certain hour each evening. k
dose of these harmful In-
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the added risk of the new always easier to.postpone a

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putt that may win the game.
She hopes that you will remember
that "Every Vote Counts"in

the upcoming November elec-
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7-1U; 10 minutes from Jacksonville
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781-3818
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772-9894 or Base Ext.21S
: Hours: Mon.FrI.10AM.5:30PM: Hours MOn.Frl 9AM 4:30PM: .
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY D C.mtol'( Jcu:D,.,A....,.....roam"
Publisher i i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING p e

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Jacksonville JAXAtRNEWS. I CALL: 388.2755 On

:1 Ads should be mailed to
arrive not later thin
", LATWINGER TueSday for publication the I
'. following Thursday.
.' < ((11'. NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE I Ads published arriving the too late for this deadline will be
following week Dope
;j": = publiSher II instructed otherwise A unless check the or -; ,
money full cOlt of b. ,
I wH0Vhe the ad must be
4747 San Juan Avenue received copy for the ad. While trying to make LSD, scores of underground
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Jacksonville, Florida S i RATE: minimum charge(3ltnes! ( ) 2.00 chemists have spiked their concoctions with
Per additional lint((4 words per line) .50 everything from amphetamines to belladonna

alkaloids.

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:i" ':';)::EMPLOYMENT; ; : I:::::: !:1 4 frontage the miles ,west I,. to 10 of acre Cecil.tracts.Field.Land Road Is [1 EMOBILE, ij M ill P ZA

Other best tracts Investment available for over the Southwest future .....,.,..............................................,.., :

JOBSIJODSIJOBS! Jacksonville SHORT OF CASH :-' PHONE AHEAD READY IN 20 V.N. ,Jlit's
,
Dictaphone
Secretary
Shorthand Wynne <
ty of Florida RENTING? jj
Operators Typists, Clerks, 389-"14 389.8507 Use our Rental Purchase Planto A
Keypunchers. NO FEE get Into a home of your own. ." 2 f for 1, time!
HIGH PAY HIDDEN WATERS Price Mobile Home Center I
Call Norrell Temporary Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots 10407 Atlantic Blvd. 2 10"or 13" PIZZAS FOR THE PRICE OF 1

396-5371 available. Excellent fishing, boating, Jax 721-2444 THURS, FRI, SAT, SUN,ONLY
swimming. Mobile Home area. HIgh,
PART-TIME-EVENINO SHIFT wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK M Offer Expires Oct 17th
5.11 PMBurg.r Lake Asbury on No. 209, LaRue 725- 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS Clean Modern 1 Good only at I ''
Chef 3992. trailers and apts. 389.3007.BEAUTIFUL71 4211 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 772-0 C :'to. : 'J
6238103rd St. 771-0855 -
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SKYLINE - -
QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY 12x6, 2BR, 1 bath,
PARTTIME EMPLOYEES NEEDED Seperate DR, lots
Also,
Equities for sale on easy terms. of
Weekends, nights or days. Start $2.00 Edward 0.Lyon, Broker 319-031 windows. $700. down and take over
mortg. of 5000. 3898231.
hr. with possible pay Increase In


725 future.-2711.For further information. call Cent Heat LARGE&Air W 3BR.W carpet.2BATH Den. Lg. Ij TRANSPORTATION71TRIUMPHTR! ;: .: : !!))1 t : itillfle INC

fenced yd, very close to Cecil on Paul
[111111I tgi.1ij!: Howard Rd.Jack Forehand : : ,

Maroon, Overdrive, 28,000"miles, 2
6640103rd St. Realtor 7714040 new tires, Magic Chef Stove, gas 4 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781.5511
BE A DISC JOCKEY burners, oven & broiler. 7723067.
Call 155.2'44 for a OPEN DAILY8T08.-30-SATURDAY8TO5
PRESCOTTARIZONAOffers
Recorded message by best climate In the state. 6"'CUSTOM VW SUNDAY 1T06 PM
Scott Edwards Wood.panel Interior, painted silver 52095
Historic old ranch developed Into 2- 69 FORD CLUB Wagon Van
COLUMBIA SCHOOLOF acre homesltes mt! green In and out, must sell, can
BROADCASTINGHome National Forest. Two near acres:Prescott$1,995 see at Cedar Shores Apt. 221 or call 69 KARMANN GHIA AT, AC, R&H $1795
School low terms. For full details, write Mrs. 772-9035 after $ PM Best offer. 68 VW SEDAN $1450
1902 Van Ness,San Francisco A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co.,2233
Home Study North 7th St., Phoenix, Arizona 85004. ,,'CHEVY CUSTOM CAMPER New Paint, R&H, AC .
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Not affiliated with CBS, inc. Loaded, all Heavy duty equip. 17,000 71 VW DELUXE BUS $2795
Approved for Veterans. A ServicemenLocal miles, 1971 open road 9'/=' Falrmont
offices 601 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg. MIDDLE BURG AREA cab over camper. 772-2556 or 264.8141 1 R&H, Extra Clean

1 acre Mobile Home tracts In Sun- WOVa HONDA 70 VW SEDAN. R&H, AT, AC $1795
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape nyside Farms. Call 264.2086.NO 350 CL, $550.00 72 DATSUN 240Z .
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate 3872328.
QUALIFY AC, AT, AM-FM Stereo, 1,000 Miles
stock. Full warrantyl! Phone 771-0409.
Buy small equity and move In, 3BR, At'CUTLASS'5' 67 VW SEDAN R&H, New Paint. $1195
LIVE CRABS 1V bath. Cent heat & 26,000 BTU wall 38,700 miles, AC, PS, PB, $1,650
Wilford's Fish Camp AC. Fenced yd. Close to bases on 772-3188 TW070VWSEDANS R&H, New Paint $1695

264.9707 Corot. 70 MGB R&H $2295
Jack Forehand 1967 BSA 500
6640103rd St. Realtor 771.4040 Excellent Condition, $700.00, 2U-99 7.67'VW 67 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE $1095
LAWN MOWING & EDGINGcall
.. POP TOP CAMPER R&H $3495

771.3211 Ext.Hart 8340 ::1ji11i11iiiiili;: :!! !: !:: a. : :!:::!I:1i:1iii: :::!!: :! & 14' FIBERGLASS FB BOAT, 35 elect. 68 71 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, New Paint $2095

II.........................RENTALS..........................................................I Ev., & trailer, both for $995 284 5238
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Mac ALPINE .............................................................'.."w"......................................................................................... after 5 PM. 67 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT

Local moving & storage specialist. Four wheel drive, Ex. Cond. ,. 51095
Licensed and Insured. 355-6357 or 354-
1022, Nights. 771-89 9.TYLER'S ORANGE PARK ONE-1970 KARMANN GHIA '
.
2 BR, Apts. furn or unfurn., Dish PART
AIR COND.SERVICEWe washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth New paint, R&H ":j*: $1895

service Auto AC Central Units Apts. 771.1405 or 771.3355.WILMAR TIMEStraight 1971 VW SQUAREBACKAT .'.1'-:'

and Window Units. Reasonable. R&H $2595
APARTMENTSAir factory warranty
4711 Palmer
Lake Shore 388-5161
Conditioned, 2 bedroom Living Commission 1970 VW FASTBACK. R&H $1795
room, Kitchen, Brfst. nook, parking
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER space for 2 cars, water, sewage, SALES POSITIONFor 1969 VW SQUAREBACK AT, R&H $1995
Responsible party take up pmts.of $5. Men and Women
lawn service, Furnished-
a month. Call dealer. 7728936.. garbage 1969 VW FASTBACK AC, AT, R&H $1895
$120, Unfurnished $100. plus 4 per Earn Top Money In
SINGER AUTO.ZIG.ZAO cent sales ta. 387-2541 weekends, 389- Your Spare Time Selling ONE 1970 VW BUS

Like new In 4 drawer desk. Sews all 0744. Quality SINGER Products.Join Deluxe, 7 passenger, R&H $2495

types of material. Orlg. price $239. BEING TRANSFERRED? 1969 VW SEDANS
Balance S52. Cash.or $5 per mo. Other retired man who un our team now and enloy|
Let a Navy
zigzags from $34. Rayflelds 6437 derstands YOUR problems, managethe selling the finest with future New paint, R&H $1495 to $1595

Wilson Blvd. rental of your house until you employment.opportunity for full-tlme ONE-1968VW SEDAN R&H $1350

to Jax.Bartleson .
return
MUSKIN POOL ,O'Neil& Payne, Inc. 66 VW SEDAN R&H 5 795
15' above ground, with one-third Apply
a So. EdgewOOd Ave.
horsepower filter motor. $75. 264.2033 1147 388.9311 SINGER Nice Selection of other Model VW's'We
CO.

REVIVAL 3 BR TRAILER The 4445 Roosevelt Mall I 700 % GUARANTEE!

Parkview Baptist Church, 3260 Lenox Completely furnished, fenced privatelot
Ave., Sept. 18-24. 7:30 PM, Rev. Gary 7717397. __ gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspec* on
Devine, Evangelist. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that neeaea :'.
2 BR HOME And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or repiaeemen' of ai.
Air Condition, completely furnished, malor mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles Come on 'n ana
'RE At ESTATE'1' : : double-car garage, chain.link fence, I :double check
available Oct. 4, 771-7397. LOOKINGFOR ENGINETRANSMISIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE

2BRHOMEUnfurnished ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
CASH floors, with
Hard-wood
We buy,sell and trade equities
Broker Louise T. Bailey 771.3605 ,place to keep horses, 7717397. A NEW DOMESTIC SPECIALS!

UNFURNISHED DUPLEX APT "
kitchen & bath, CAREER?
living room
BETWEEN NASA CECIL 2BR
Area, 69 MERCURY MARQU IS WAGON $1795
3 BR, secluded Ortega Farms
Fireplace, Swimming Pool, quiet If you qualify Y'lI
fenced, 511,000.VanSandt $85 mo. 7714324. and are willing to work, Loaded, As Is. ,
Realtor 387.1213 If is possibleto
TRAILER SPACE FOR RENTOn earn as much as 69 CHEVELLE STATION.WAGON 51295
WE BUY ft SELL EQUITIES Orange Park &
between
10 acres $20,000 per year $U$
AT R&H. :
of ,
Call I us for Quick service +> Mlddleburg. Cheap rent for care
within 3-5
years.
Morrison Taylor, Inc.4$4JWeiconnettBlvd. few animals, for details phone 387. 66 BUICK SPORT WAGON $895
You would be working under a
1560.
771.3052 737-38M three year finance plan, starting Sunroof, New paint, ,AT, R&H

GIVE US A 2 BR DUPLEX salary negotiable. Call 69 BUICK RIVIERA $2295
CALL FOR AC, carport,
.
West Jax, furnished Lieutenant Alton L. Vaughn U S.
Edward Quick Rental O. Lyon of,your Broker Property 389.0361 adults;no pets, deposit required, 424. Nav\,.Retlred), Sales Mkager Air, All power, Vinyl roof
Greeland Ave., 7810201. with! Metropolitan Life Ins< jnce
Company at telephone number
JBR TRAILER 356.2621 Jf Interested. .. I
CEDAR HILLS Vi.AC, between
Bath
lot
3BR iv*bath,off Lane & Wilson; Call Large Pvt.
AI Seitner Realtor at 396.6627. Cecil & NAS 7710939.




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JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER PAGE 17
Red Cross Volunteers


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patient's blood pressure.RELIABLE. .......",
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CRAFT WORK Is the specialty of Mrs Jacob Weiss as she works with Naval Hospital patients in
the Red Cross Recreation Lounge.

USED CARS !

; 1 1i 69 RAMBLER AMERICAN 2dr.,Sedan $1150
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Auto 6cyl., R&H, AC
Y % i 68 FORD FALCON 4-door Auto,6cyl.R&HPSFact.AC $1060 ,
68 MUSTANG 6cyl.,3spd.on tloorR&H $995
67 MUSTANG Auto,6cyl., R&H $925*
67 CHEVELLE 4dr.Auto,6cyl.R&H .*. $750
t 66 PONTIAC Executive 4dr.,HT ,': .tf $967
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66 CHRYSLER N.P.,4dr.,Sedan $866
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65 PONTIAC 4dr.,HT,Star Chief Full Power $850
a. 65 CHEV.CAPRICE 4dr.,HT Auto.V8PSPBACR&H $755
a 64 CADALLIC Cpe Deville2dr.HT Full Power $987
64 DODGE Polara 2dr.,HT Auto, V8, PS, R&H $654
62 OLDS 2dr.HT,F-85 AutoV8, PS, PB, R&H $495
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Hospital Field Director, Mrs. D.D. Bright and Mrs. Charles Harlow, Vice Chairmen of Volunteers,
and Mrs. D.F. Dunlap, Chairman of Volunteers. The classes will be held Sept. 25-29 and anyone in-
terested in attending should call 772-2218 to make an appointment for an interview.
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CHAMPUS Warns T T-$1: : $ Have A



On Ads Early Outs"Caveat Dog ?

Your dog may need a throat

emptor" "let the sponsor's minimum cost share culture!
buyer beware" say officialsof under the CHAMPUS. Family pets carry many of
the Civilian Health and Med CHAMPUS Advisors, Health the infectious diseases that cause
ical Program of the Uniformed Benefits Counselors and state illness in people. They can't talk
Services (CHAMPUS), espe- fiscal administrators can provide to us about how bad they feel, so
daily when purchasing or rent- additional information on veterinarians must rely stronglyon
ing conditioning devices used in this phase of the program. owners' observations of behavior -
the control of enuresis (bedwet- The Denver-based and physical and laboratory -
ting). Promotional and adver- of the Civilian Health headquarters and- "..., ,.' examinations. It is quite
tising materials that imply Medical Program of the Uni -,I possible that many infectionsare
CHAMPUS endorsement of any formed Services has received a 11 never identified, since the
particular product or service are number of inquiries concerningthe J natural course of most infec
completely false and misleading. eligibility for CHAMPUS f ,, tious diseases of animals is recovery -
_, with serious side
no
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Before enuretic conditioning benefits of dependents of active > ':
:jr effects.
under duty military personnel follow- ""
programs are payable schools
Medical have enoughto
CHAMPUS they must be recom- ing the sponsor's separation -
mended in writing by a licensed from the military service under RETIRING AFTER 20-GySgt. Gerald A. Rush 1 Is congratulated by teach without going deeply
into zoonosis (animal disease
4; physician after he has performed announced early-out programs. LtCol. David A. Teichmann, MATSG CO, as he enters the retired
passed on to humans: ) co mary
ti a complete history and CHAMPUS officials are reminding ranks after 20 years in the Marine Corps. MDs are not aware of the fact
physical examination of the patient beneficiaries that except that the family dog (or cat)
Payment for authorized when the active duty sponsor may be a symptom-free carrierof
benefits can then be made either retires or dies, a family's
potentially serious infec
'SURE a
under the CHAMPUS Basic eligibility for CHAMPUS ceasesas FOLKS UP WORTHMI) K tion. For instance, the 1970
e Program or the Program for the of midnight the day the spon- EAT GRITS FOR BREAKFAST, ) / AND edition of "Control of Com
Handicapped. sor is separated from active
ONLY municable Diseases in Man,"
duty. If a dependent is hos- THEY PUT MILK AND SUGAR authoritative
an source, states
Sponsors to price, however the enuretic, are conditioning advised pitalized at the time of the sponsor's SUGAR -ON ITS rPS/ / that the carrier of "strep" is

devices and services share separation the cost, CHAMPUS of care only can CALLED "MI/QW"// /GRITS ? the man. No mention is made of
that the
possibility source
available from various source!
through midnight of the day of
of throat" be
"strep might the
before purchasing or renting.In YACKNTrv
separation. Similarly, CHAM- '
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many cases the cost of the PUS cannot, under current pro kI I N /
device purchased from a major visions of the law, pay for T n v parasites (worms)
of various kinds be
department store or catalog maternity care beyond the day can passed
sales store is well below the of separation. from dogs and cats to people.
i LJ n Guinea pigs are used as experi
11 mental animals to study human
diseases and the effects of new
L/ drugs. They are very susceptible
+ to tuberculosis, brucellosis,
SiR, THE MtMiW/ *>+ leptospirosis and a few other
SAY THEY WONT VOTE tongue twisters that people
uNTlt YOU 5 'NPA don't like to get.: Most birds
5QVIADUP 10 C1 ANI can carry "parrot fever," or I
11 I COT THE( VOTJNfrPQOTM psittacosis, which causes a usu- t
FIRST// ally\ mild infection in humans. p
If you're beginning to he disturbed I
\ ( about 'animal-borne i
( ;) diseases, and looking for a
i it "safer" pet remember that t.
turtles transmit salmonella (severe
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diarrhea skunks '
); commonly
,' .: have rabies; and cats
". frequently carry toxoplasmosis
(blindness). There are more
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1 hhey, and more veterinarians involvedin
public Health who advise
SEPTEMBER 15 141tz animal lovers that keeping any

ARMED FORCES VOTERS DAY animal to human in the home health.is hazardous -




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SEE THE NEWEST BOATS, MOTORS CANOES and TRAILERS
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All 72 Volkswagens purchased from TOM BUSH VOLKSWAGEN will ings.
1 receive 7 ytar or 74,000 mile warranty, which includes the regular Volkiwog 10. Diff..ntialgtar. and bear
.n factory 2 year or 24,000 miles warranty plus an additional year ings. lit*
/ and 50,000 miles Cattrol warranty on parts and labor for theie litttd 11. All wheel bearings.
6 ports and assemblies 12.Upper and lower ball )jeints.
13. Steering box gears and! MILITARY CIVILIAN


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ventional.) AMERICA I N
with Castrol Oil & lubricant ) You .1 MA YPORT
l \ Deportment exclusively. are protected Above .;c/uJ./ factory leo/eo/
by a written Owner Protection Plan controctwhichrepresentsonoof or non service; INSURANCE ,AGENCY INSURANCE
parts.
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 19CHILDREN'S
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Auto Seizure Bad Trip

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How'd you like to lose your oar because of drug? (
A pipe dream? Not so. Laws which prohibit 1 possession of illicit J i
% drugs, including marijuana, provide for seizure und forfeiture of
A 3 vehicles used to facilitate transportation, sale, receipt, possession or
1 L f'1 concealment of such contraband.
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4 For the "professional" drug truflicer, loss of an automobile is a
business expense, charged off against profits. For a young airman
who is tempted to experiment with marijuana or more potent drugs,
r '' 6 j sfj however, confiscation of his car means a very serious economic loss.
Doesn't happen? Think again. In 1971, the Bureau of Narcoticsand
j;; Dangerous Drugs seized and required forfeiture of 470 automo-
JiM 4u 1f biles involved in drug cases. Retail price tag for the seized vehicleswas
a total of more than $100,000.

When a car is forfeited in this manner, the lienholder-bank,
finance Company, credit union-is not protected. Security on the auto
loan is lost to both buyer and s'ller-but the debt still exists and the
buyer must continue to 1 pay> for a car he no longer has.

In addition to the galling experience of buying oats for a dead
horse, as the saying goes, the unhappy oats-buyer will find himselfin
a sorry position the next time he needs financing.

When it comes to drug use and abuse, if arguments based on health
and morality prove unimpressive, perhaps the economic aspects will
carry more weight.


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HELPERS-Personnel from the AIMD Power Plant show Capt. William G.
Sizemore, HAS Jax CO,that an abandoned playground can be saved with a little hard work. The men si
had worked on the abandoned playground in the EM housing project since early June with the help of
the NATTC 1st Lt. Division and CBU-410. Admiring the finalresultsare (L-R) ADRAN J.Q. Love, 'I'N
PRAN J. Pope, ADJAN M.P. Sung lad, ADCS E.T. Dance, Capt. Sizemore, ADR2 Welzant and Cdr.
R.T. Schoonover, AIMD Officer i L I

CPO Wives BuYu.6.oN


Elect SAVINGS ) THAT 6cyl.Stand CHEVY trans.VAN
( One vote gave America (inde Has only one teat.

OfficersJax BONDS, IAAGREE! American famous pendence.resolution, independence Patrick in favor Henry's was of *895NICKSEGASUSEDCARS

passed by one single vote.
-The CPO Wives Club met 890 Cassat Ave.384.2351
Monday evening to choose officers .
for the 1972-73 year.
Elected to office were, Mrs. '$50,000
Stan Rundell, President; Mrs.
Ronnie Garren, Vice President; LIFE INSURANCEUNDER
Mrs. Clip Wilkes, Recording AGE 35
Secretary; Mrs. Gus Lambeck, 2 2 @::::':::';:::::::* ;::.';,,::':':';';;:*:$::;:;:: :;:; :;:::::;":;;:::::;::: r:r.::;: ;:: ;:::;:: : :;::;

Treasurer; Mrs. Harry Geraty,. $9 month
Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. ; ; a

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Henry Taylor, Parliamentarian.Also MILITARY BENEFITASSOCIATIONUNDERWRITTEN
Mrs. Richard Schenck,
Mrs.Roy Pitts and Mrs. Richard Ao2rAlKE2( BY

Murray, Board Members. r'.' lU M0NYThe
These ladies will be installed at MUTUAL Life Insurance Company of NEW YORK
the CPO CLUB Sept. 23 by Capt. @KFG MARV BLACKMORE NICK NICHOLS
William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax 358.1843 or 771-3007 358-1843 or 264.245.cIT'S
CO, at the yearly installation
dinner party.It .
is requested that reser
vations be made by all CPO A GREAT BIG. '. .
Wives Club members in good
standing by calling their: Vice
3047.President,Mrs. Roy Pitts, at 264- WONDERFUL WORLD !


BUT IT JUST DOESN'T HAPPEN. EDUCATION IS THE KEY

V
) Everybody needs .x

,Merit REFRIGERATION & AIR-CONDITIONING ,


Promotions I ...and people who understand :it are in big demand! 4 a.I 'llqOll'',I 1 1w 1 ,


Jax The following positions ............................................ \i ")''' l
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have been advertised under the \ ,r
Jax Merit Promotion Program : GPI INC. : \
since our last issue: ADVANCE SCHOOLS,

Quality Assurance Specialist,
GS-1910-5 ((90-72)( ); 1st Cut Off [[]REFRIGERATION & AIR-CONDITIONING U ,(1't QU ,
Date: 9-13-72 S.
courses qualify for Tuition Reimbursement for :
Quality Assurance Specialist, I The above Clip
Veterans and eligible In-service personnel under R
I Eligible lit/
GS-1910-7 ((91-72); 1st Cut Off
the G.I.! Bill. : And-
Date: -13-72 a
AND WORK KITS N
ASSIGNMENTS.
VISUAL AIDS.
Tool and Parts Attendent, WG- I .TRAINING BY AUDIO Mall In
6904-6 ((92-72)); 1st Cut.Off Date?' a j
p r NAME! '
9-20-72 a
Electronics Technician, GS-7 1 : ADD ESS_ CITY :4.i. yc

((93-72)r; Closing Date: 10-9-72 .. STATE_ ZIP _..PHONE.advance. :
Employees are urged to look'for -(
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the Merit on Promotion the official Announcements ..............................................

bulletin boards in their work
areas at least once a week. I
They are also encouraged to
contact the Employment Office, schools
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Ext. 3448 or the Rating Branch, ,

Department Ext. 2320, Civilian to ,inquire Personnel about j 6565 Beach Blvd. Phone 724-6171 Jacksonville, Fla. '32216

Positions in which they are interested.

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,I New Central Express Store To Open Tues. \


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grand opening of it's new Central Express and Beverage Storeon

Tuesday, September 19 at 9:00: a.m. with a ribbon cutting ceremonythat

'I.'r; will be attended by Capt. William G.Sitemore,NAS CO.
The new centralized facility will be housed in Bldg. 1884 at the

1 corner of Enterprise Avenue and Keily Street and will replace the

.. .> three smaller express stores presently in operation.The .

i new Express: Store, which will provide more space, greater

selection and better display, will have one section for the sale of case

,J, : beverages and another section for the sale of bread and dairy productsas

well as convenience-type packaged snack food items. Other
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'.. new feature that wasn't previously available at the three smaller

1 "'i iii' 1:""" ...'t .. stores will be a delicatessen section. This section will feature sand.
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I' For the tired and hungry shopper there will also be a snack area

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where and pick hot dog coke or potato chips.
can stop a
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: .it" ...., tractors shared the job of building the new facility that was financed

> entirely by non-appropriated funds (exchange profits). ,

I All of the refrigeration equipment and other fixtures are brand new

v and were furnished by the Navy Resales System Office in Brooklyn.

The Navy Exchange will make good use of the buildings in which the

." ..." .::;!:, smaller express stores were located with the one located near the
tit NATTC picnic grounds becoming a Navy Exchange equipment rental

shop and the one located just behind the Main Retail Store will becomea

t".....'. ". .1." : service station accessory sales area. Plans for the express store
;,., located next to the Commissary are for it to be torn down to make

L .' room for more parking.In .

: ., \ L addition to the ribbon cutting ceremonies on opening day,
drawings will be held throughout the day for door prizes including a

color TV. For the first two weeks the new facility will also offer special

THE FINISHING TOUCHES are put on the interior of the new Navy Exchange Central Express prices on items such as beer and soft drinks.

Store as N EX employees prepare for the form 1 opening next week. The new Central Express and Beverage Store will be open seven

days a week from 8:00a.m.: to 10:00: p.m.:
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FOOTBALL LT Dave Tyler. Tyler later added when Marselle McQuaig teamedup -. '. ,

VA-66 won both their scheduled the insurance points with a 45 with Jenkins on a 25 yeard

games last week, edging NAMTD yard scoring bomb to LT Dave completed passs; the Marines
12-6 and blanking VC-2, 6-0. Fuller. Both teams played sticky scored early in the 2nd quarter on
Against the instructors, the defense for three quarters, a 40 yard run by Jenkins who
winning t.d. came on a 40 yard although VA-12 missed two pilfered a pass. A strong rush by
pass from Joe Hack to Henry. golden 1st half scoring chances Franklin, Yarnevic and
The same combination of Hack when the Medical secondary Alexander produced a safety.
and Henry hooked up to producethe pulled off two clutch in The other point scored when

winning score in the VC-2 terceptions. LT Beckett intercepted a pass
game. John Ringo of VA-66 Although the details of the and ran it back 40 yards. -.
sparkled on offense and defensein game are unavailable, VA-174 Rosepilier and McQuaig each
both games. won another game to remain threw 30 yard strikes to John

VA-12 scored two 4th quarter undefeated.The Mills to complete the scoring. ,
A
Marines Medical the of the .,.... ,1
touchdowns to trim Medical-. swamped VA-45 pulled upset ,
VA-12's versatile Commanding 22-0. After a scoreless 1st quarterin young season by nipping the
l Officer, CDR Less broke the which the sole offense punchwas Marines 13.12 in a "sudden ." .
ti scoring ice on a 5 yard flip from triggered by the Marines death" overtime contest.

f VA-45 trailed the Marines 12-0
late in the 4th quarter. A 25 yard

."t ) (t} double pass play from William Flying In formation VA-44 gets ready for the operations in the Arctic
b Benson to Ray Sipes to Fred Kitts Circle.
Pa-i-a mn produced the 1st VA-45 score. .u. .
With but 35 seconds on the clock, Attack Squadron FORTY SIX, men of VA-46 will be members ofthe
.. Benson tossed the tying score to aboard the USS John F. Kennedy Order of the Bluenose, a

Home of Kipps. In the overtime, VA-45' (CVA-67)), will participate in unique group of sailors who have

\ AMERICA'S FAVORITEBIG penetrated deep into Marine Exercise Strong Express in Mid- operated North of the Arctic
territory to gain the winning September in the North Atlantic. Circle. Operating in this climate
point. Exercise Strong Express will be will of course make VA-46's job

the largest NATO exercise in more difficult, but the Clansmenwill
over four years with over 150 meet the challenge.
NATO ships involved including 3 Attack Squadron FORTY SIX
carriers, the USS John F. Ken is proud to serve in NATO. The

nedy, USS Intrepid,and HMS Ark concept of Strong Express is
Royal. defensive and therefore this
Attack Squadron FORTY: SIX theme is in harmony with basic
aJ has been deployed since 1 NATO policies. All defensive

o December 1971 on a military measures have to be
0 Mediterranean Cruise that has tested in realistic circumstances.A .
been extended three times and is sound and tested defense

scheduled to return home after posture is the best guarantee for

Strong Express in October. peace.
Attack Squadron FORTY SIX As of 1 September 1972 on this
1 will be flying above the Arctic cruise, Attack Squadron FORTY
Circle providing tactical air SIX has outflown every carrier
"What I'm saying Phipps, is,
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support, search and surveillance, squadron in the Atlantic Fleet
I don't think shouting
your
'Land hot'! from the forecastle and utilizing several NATO flying more completed missionsand
every morning is helping the targets. with over 6100 hours and 3350
situation. All the officers and enlisted traps, thirty percent of these
being at night,without a major or
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vn .. In Intramural Football Air Ops evened up their recordat Hospital also brought its recordto
'1 BALLOTNAME play last week MATSG handed 2-2 with, a 18-6 win over a 2-2 against a winless team last
NarJax its first loss after three winless VP-56 team. Hansen, week when they came up with an
{(( straight wins with a 22-14 win in Fischer and Carbonetti each 18-0 win over FATSOTG. Baker
the National League and in the scored touchdowns for the scored in the first half and Lind
: American League the Marine winners. Guzzardi scored for VP- added two more in the second
Barracks won its fourth straight 56. haIr.CATCN .
HANK OK TITLE .i\GE"-" PII'oSI with
<; a 12-8 victory over VW-4.
MATSG held comfortable 16-0
DUTY STATION SERVICE NUMBER lead at halftime which was

(This week's games) enough for the win but they added
one more touchdown in the z r
FSU MIAMI second half to put a damper on
thecomebackattempt of NarJax,
GEORGIA TECHTENNESSEE SOUTH CAROlINA __ who scored twice in the second
half. Burnham led the Matsg

.. PENN ,STATE -_____-_" attack with a touchdown and a
two point play to go along withPayne's
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ARIZONA OREGONILLINOIS, and Hunt's touchdownsand

MICHIGAN STATE_ Goebel's two point play.
Lyles scored a touchdown and i Ya
WASHINGTON: DUKE Scott scored a touchdown and a
point after attempt for NarJax.
OKLAHOMA UTAH STATE Daniels and Austin each scoreda
touchdown for the Marine
NAVY WILLfAM AND MARY Barracks on the way to their
fourth win of the season but there

MIAMI KANSAS CITY ______ were a few anxious moments for t A
the Marines as they went into the
CHICAGO ATLANTAm.BRf half trailing 8-6 after Lay scoreda

touchdown and Heath converted *
I for two points for VW..

=AKER: predict the final score on game between The Public Works team moved ME IF YOU CAN an MORC plv. ..r Jut MM ball. *.*tty
Tennessee And PeaR SUte. ladkate winners in other games by into first place in the National tucked under His arm and Is headed for Ifce goal' tiM in action that
check Mark. League! last week a* a.relta1t of actress
a occurred last week in the National LMIM. MB mw mU it
Ballet box for HAS Is Ucated at the Navy Exchange near the their JM victory ever MATSGMAT8G's ....I I Aowewr, M PAW." WM M. MM ft-t.
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Lay-away counter. Ballots must be in by noon Friday each over tor Jai. Free
week. proved to be the downfall of
Matsg with his two TDs while
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Contest MATSG's points.
Wouldn't Know.
FA W.ll did its part to make it a
tight race in the National League
when they downed NDRC 18-0
Starts This WeekJax and moved their record up to 3-2.
Cuvala crossed the goal line all
three times for FAW-11 scoring
The college football 10 ballots so get your cap on and twice in the first half and once in i Chief (
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I-f: ; Navy League Council Swimming I I

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Area Navy people have teamed with the city's BeginningJax ?

Navy League council to sponsor a golf tournament to for Fall and

raise money for the Naval Aviation Museum in Pen Winter swim classes begins

sacola. Friday, September 15 at Special

The tournament is set for Sept. 27 on NAS Jacksonville's Services, BUILDING 704,
Room 105. Registration will be I ,.,r" 1 nlr ,
course. held Mondays through Fridays
The winner will get free entry and accomodations for from 8:00: a.m.to 4:30p.m. There Far 1T ,
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the Pensacola Naval Aviation Museum Pro-Am Nov. will be a three dollar registrationfee 1 +

27. About 50 professionals, including some of golf's top. for all courses except i

name players, have indicated they will play at Pen-'I lifesaving.The .
sacola. Fall and Winter Swimming
lesson schedule is as follows:
The Jacksonville tournament is primarily designedfor 1st Session October 3-5,10-12,

active or retired military and Navy Leaguers, but a 17-19, 24-26.

limited number of civilian guests will be allowed to play. 2nd Session October 31, LADY GOLFERS CHOSE OFFICERS The NAS Jax Ladles Golf

Entry fee is $15 for Navy Leaguers and military November 1,'2, 7-9, 14-16, 21, 22, Association recently elected its new officers. Pictured left to right are:

( ficers; $10 for chief petty officers and $5 for other 28. Arlene Howell (Treasurer), Sue Sourbeer (Secretary), Ruth Bolin
3rd Session January 2-4, 9-11, (Chairman), Jeanne Munci (Tournament Chairman), Gloria Gortne
enlisted Price includes fees cart and
r men. green golf 16-18, 2325. (Handicap Chairman) and Marion Vaught (Vice, Chairman).
refreshments. 4th Session January 30, 31,

.ti. tII" The tournament will be limited to 248 entrants and will February 1, 6-8, 13-15,20-22. SEE THE NEW
:. t be an 18-hole affair with shot-gun starts in the morningand 5th Session February 27, 28,

afternoon.Net March 1, 64, 13-15, 2022.
6th Session March 27-29, April ROLLING HILLS C-J 6 TODAY!
earnings from the tournament will be donated to
3-5, 10-12, 1719. .
the Naval Aviation Museum, which collects, preservesand Times for the different lessons V )PQISRQR0

displays significant relics and memorabilia of naval will be as follows:

aviation. 1st Session Tadpole-5:15: to

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IIANDBALL MEETINGJax keglers in the Navy-Marine 5th Session Tadpole-5:15: to

An organizational Bowling League while Holmes of 6:00, Minnow-6:00: to 6:45: Fish- 7726 LENOX AVr,
meeting for the upcoming Intramural the VP-62 team came up with a 6:45 to 7:30.: PHONE
Handball season will be 165-222-213 for the only 600 set in 6th Session Minnow-5:15: to 78M74C

held Wednesday,September 20 at the Intramural leagues last 6:00, Flying Fish-6:00 to 6:45: A
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sliding glass doors. Two car
more.information contact Ralph $32,000
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evening the Club will sponsor an
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