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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1972
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Combined Federal Campaign OlS'H' .V1 oIO


Commends lass 100 nWH8"" eMark' I



M Jax Ten NAS Jax commands achieved more than 100 percent of their' ;

suggested Combined Federal Campaign objective in the first week of the drive" I

b according to figures released by campaign spokesmen Tuesday.

Eight other commands in the NAMTD with 166 percent and the Radar Squadron, 139 percent;
t y area also collected more than 100 Hurricane Hunters of VW-4 with MARTD, 120 percent; NATTC,
XL ,percent of their suggested objectives 162 percent. 117 percent; VP-56,116 percent;
in the initial week. Others here topping the 100 and COMFAIRJAX staff, 105
Marine Barracks leads the percent mark are: Fleet Air percent.
NAS Jax commands with 320 Wing 11 Staff, 159 percent;
percent of their goal, followed by MATSG, 138 percent; 679th
Cecil Field commands over the
100 percent mark are Marine
Barracks with 231 percent;

,., NAS Dept. LeadersJax Commander Light Attack Wing
11"'" One staff, 188 percent; VA-45,167

."jJ\ "<:." ... percent; VC-2 detachment, 147
,", ': '< NAS departments have equalled or surpassed the percent; and VA-83,140 percent.
100 percent mark in CFC Contributions,according to the figures
", ... available as the Jax Air News went to press.
-.. \ Ll Rounding out the 18 commandswith
They include: Chaplains, 169 percent; Civilian Personnel, 163 more than 100 percent are
STRATEGY SESSION Ma|. J.F. Lavin, Marine Barracks CO, the Marines 4th
percent; Supply, 134 percent, AMD, 126 percent; Corrections AMTRACK
talks over his command's fund-raising strategy with Gy. Sgt. G.G. Center, 113 percent; Data' Processing, 101 percent and AIR Reserve Battalion with 153
White, NAS Jax Combined Federal Campaign Coordinator. The. ,
Operations, 100 percent. percent; Supervisor of Ship
Marine Barracks has contributed $3,452,or 320 percent of its goal with the first week of total
the
During CFC drive a of$17,454.50 was building, Conversion-Repair,
an onboard strength of 163 Marines. contributed by NAS Departments. The goal for the entire driveis Mayport, 113 percent and Fleet

$20,633.00 from the NAS departments. Training Center, Mayport, 106
Safety Workshop percent.IR. .




., Starting Today 'J.A S N"E"VIrS

Jax The 15th annual Armed Forces-State of Florida ...- '

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derbird Motor Hotel through Saturday.
VOL. 30 NO. 27 ,blished In The, Intewt rt Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jackson rlorlda SEPTEMBER 21, 1972
, Officials at NAS Cecil Field, Opening ceremonies will include
:t the host command, expect about remarks by Ralph Davis,
100 persons to attend including retired Army brigadier generaland
; commanding officers and safety- the Executive Director of the PN1 PattersonSailor
security officers from Florida Florida Department of Highway
military installations along with Safety and Motor Vehicles,who is
civilian law enforcement chairman for this year's of MonthJax ,
representatives. workshop, and Capt. J., E.
J RAdm W. S. Nelson, com- Marshall, NAS Cecil Field CO.
..1tmanding officer of the Navy's Committee meetings will beginat PN1 Jackie R. Patterson, described by LCdr.

,7 .. Safety' Center in Norfolk, Va., 10:45': a.m. today, break for Sandra Snodderly as "a model example of the type of
. will be the keynote speaker and is lunch at 12:30: p.m., and reconvene sailor desired in today's Navy", has been named the
I scheduled to address the at 1:30: p.m. The,day's" >r NAS Jax Serviceman of the Month for August.
workshop at 10:15: a.m. today. business will end at 4:30 p.m.
Mayor Hans Tanzler and Tomorrow's schedule includesa As Separations Section "Petty Officer Patterson's quiet
RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, general session at 9 a.m. for 9 1 Supervisor in the Military Personnel nature, patience, and sense of
;I" COMFAIRJAX, are expected to finalization of recommendationsfrom Office, he is responsiblefor responsibility to provide the best
attend the opening ceremonies of committees and election of the separation processing of service possible motivates his
the workshop, set for 9:30 this officers. The workshop closes at more than 1,000 Navy enlisted, subordinates to perform at their
morning. 11:30: a.m. personnel per year. best.
After NAS Jax designatedan
was
'W' & & "He is truly interested in
Jax A. A.Fighting. official Navy Separation
providing assistance to anyone
Center the number of separations who has a problem. As a result of
A Stigma processed by this command
t,. .., doubled-but PN1 Patterson has his expert knowledge, mature
Mrs. fuller logic, foresight, and
never failed to meet a deadline.In .
brganizational ability, the
j Themselves
Helping of
addition to the myriad
separations office enjoys an
Top WifeComing administrative paperwork, he
By A Member' their outstanding reputation for
also counsels on
personnel
Jax -Many of the old Navy customs and beliefs are fading into the entitlements, benefits and providing quality service to its
past and,fortunately for many of us,some of them concern the use and obligations after separation. customers.

abuseof alcohol. According to a letter "Petty Officer Patterson
, Ignorance in the past, as well as the present, has provoked many nominating him for the Ser- stands at the very top of his peersin
t., ridiculous remarks. Examples: "the more you can drink, the better To MayportJax viceman of the Month honor, every respect."
! man you are", "I don't trust a man who doesn't drink", "This man
to can't perform his'duties because he can't handle booze-we'll have tot .Dorothy Ann Tuller,

: get rid of him". 1972 Military Wife of the Year,
, Most of us have heardstatements such as these at one time or another, will be honored at a reception at
Some of us are guilty of making the same or similar comments.In the Mayport Officers', Club
truth,Alcoholism is a Disease, The stigma'attached to the term Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m. .
"Alcoholic" in the past is successfully being overcome in today's She is the wife of Coast Guard ,

Navy. Chief Warrant Officer, .Steve <
:' ECNA VINST 5300.20: of May 18 and Z-Gram 115 have discussed the Tuller, who is attached to the rg y 5P

Navywide concern.. Naval School of Medicine at
NAS Jax is also concerned about its personnel, as evidenced by the Bethesda, Md.
Alcoholics Anonymous Group that has'been establised here. Mrs.Tuller was selected as the
Meetings of the "Jax Armed Services Group" are held each Wednesday sixth annual Military Wife of the
evening at 8 p.m.in the Small Chapel,Bldg,751. Year in May by a panel of judges U
Those who are suffering from alcoholism or alcohol abuse should be chosen by the General r 1
encouraged to attend these meetings on a voluntary basis. Those of Federation of Women's Clubs.
you who are already members of A.A.and would like to get involved in Her selection crowned more I
some 12th step work are also needed and asked to join. than nine months of worldwide
For additional information on the NAS Jax A.A., contact Jerry at competition military
among ....
264-3093, Tom at 282-5457, or Max at 7715178. wives in the Army, Air Force, ,
If they are unavailable momentarily, leave your first name and a Navy, Marines and Coast Guard.
number where you can be reached. You will be contacted as soon'as Mrs. Tuller is now on a tour of ?
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possible.The Florida and the South as part of a
Jax Air News, in cooperation with the Jax Armed Services Patterson
PN1
Group,will, attempt to publish more facts about Alcoholism in the near (Con't. Page 2)) 1iii 1

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Fried Ham ,Steaks, French Fried French Fried Potatoes, Buttered .
'-; : ( : Potatoes, Baked Beans, Buttered Cauliflower, Seasoned Lima Beans, *

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Friday,Sept.22 Potatoes, Chilled Orange Juice, Blueberry Griddle Cakes Maple Plums, Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled limitations on their rights to
Syrup, Choice of Pork Sausage or
BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple Pastry Bar.BRUNCH French Toast Maple Syrup, Choice
Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork& Beans, benefits.
of Bacon or Ham, Hash Brown
Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Scrambled t at 10 a.m. Cream of Potato
Eggs Cheese, Choice of Bacon Soup, Grilled Veal Steaks, French Pastry Bar.DINNER Potatoes, Chilled Apple Juice, Pastry
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or Ham, Lyonnalse Potatoes, Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Gravy, Bar
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Pork, Snowflaked Potatoes Chilled
Creamed Dried Beef, Pastry Bar. Pastry Bar, Salad Bar,
Assorted Apple Juice, Mexican, Corn, Brown DINNER Tomato Rice Soup, Grilled
DINNERs New England Clam Tarts, Brown Sugar Cookies. Gravy, Buttered Spinach, Salad Bar, Beef Liver or Baked Beef & Noodles,
Chowder, Salmon Cakes or Grilled SUPPER: Southern Style Fried Parsley Boiled Potatoes, Fried
Peach Pie, Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes, Chicken, Chicken Gravy, Whipped SANDWICH LINE Chill Dogs or Onions, Buttered Fresh Carrots, rn wmw
Potato Chips, Dessert Bar. Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned
Grilled Ham & Cheese, French Fried Buttered Spinach, Salad Bar, Cream :
SUPPERt Stuffed Pork Chops, Brown Peas, Hot Spiced Beets, Bread Potatoes, Dessert Bar. Puffs, Coconut Bars
Gravy, Rice Pilaf, Applesauce, Dressing, Salad Bar, Strawberry
Creamed Style Corn, Seasoned Shortcake, Chocolate Pudding. SUPPER: Italian Spaghetti wMeat SANDWICH LINE Submarine
Sauce or Baked Lasagna, Toasted
Brussels Sprouts, Salad Bar, Angel Sunday,Sept.24 Cuban Sticks, Parmesan Cheese, Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Food Cake, Vanilla Pudding BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Chilled Buttered Asparagus Tips, Buttered Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes,.
Saturday, Sept.23 Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Iced Potato Chips, Dessert Bar
BREAKFAST: Hot Oatmeal, Fried Cheese Omelet, Choice of Bacon or
Eggs to Order, Grilled French Toast Sausage, Home Fried Potatoes, Lemon Cake Pineapple, Juice. SUPPER: Southern Fried Chicken, Sunday
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Maple Syrup, Choice of Luncheon Pastry Bar.BRUNCH Tuesday Sept. Cream Gravy, Whipped Potatoes,
BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Chilled Divine Worship 1:30: a.m.
Meat or Pork Sausage, Hash Brown : at 10.a.m Split Pea Soup, Cranberry Sauce, Bread Dressing,
: Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, at All Saints Chapel.
Baked Corned Beef Hash, Soft or Hard Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Boiled Church School 9.30: a.m.
Salad Bar, Marble Cake,
Cooked Eggs,Choice of Bacon or Pork Pinto Beans Divine Worship 11 a.m.at.
JA'X AIR Slices, Pastry Bar Peach Pudding. All Saints Chapel.
NEWS DINNER:, Minestrone Soup, Baked Junior Youth Fellowship

Meat Loaf' Brown Gravy, Turkey 12:30: pm Senior Youth
Ala King, Baking Powder Biscuits, 1:30 .
Wife Fellowship : p m.
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The JAX AIR NEWb.
'is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Boiled Navy '
Wftppettflfotatoes '
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Beans Buttered Broccoli, Salad Bar, .m Evening. at" the Worship Small Chapel 7.30.p .

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company'a; Apple Turnovers, Sugar Cookies
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private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS SANDWICH LINE: Cheese, Lettuce & ,Tuesday

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Tomato Sandwiches, Grilled Ham year-long itinerary in which she Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
burgers, Frankfurters, French Fried p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
Jacksonville, by 12.00 noon on Monday before publication. News will appear before military and
Potatoes, Potato Chips, Dessert Bar. Christian Science Service 8p
Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or SUPPER: Pan Roast of Beef, Natural civilian aodiences throughout .m. at the Small Chapel.

3119. Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, this country and Europe. NAVAL HOSPITAL
Seasoned Green Beans, Hot Spiced
Invited to the
Mayport Divine Worship 10 a.m. at
Beets,Salad Bar, Yellow Pound Cake, .
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made reception are Navy, Coast Guard St. Lukes.
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Orange Cream Pudding
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race and other
Wednesday,Sept.27 military leaders from NATTCProtestant
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creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser user or the
BREAKFAST Cooked Farina, Fried Jacksonville area, local Worship
.patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Eggs to Order, Grilled French Toast municipal and state officials, and Service, 10:30 am In

opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print w-Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon or the presidents of wives' clubs at Building 500
.. advertising from that source." Ham,. Hash Brown Potatoes, Chilled
j Apple Juice, Pastry Bar Mayport, Cecil Field and NAS CATHOLIC

DINNER: Vegetable Soup, Grilled
:' Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Texas Steaks, Muchroom Gravy, Jax.The reception is being Saturday Mass 5pm. at

'\.. concerning such should be directed to.: Baked Potatoes w.Sour Cream,. sponsored St Edward's Chapel
Buttered Brussel Sprouts, Cream by Harrell International, Sunday Mass 8am. and 11
: THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Style Corn, Salad Bar, Blueberry Pie, Inc., Jacksonville-based. a.m. Daily Mass.Monday,

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Sugar Cookies. marketing company which Tuesday Friday.11.30, :Thursday a.m. Wed and '
Telephone 388.2755' SANDWICH LINE: Cold Plate, produces the Military Wife of the nesday Mass 11:30 a.m. at
Assorted Cold Cuts, Cheese, Potato Year program working in the Naval Hospital. Chapel.
Salad, Baked Beans, potato Chips,
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MOVING UP A RANK at the Marine Barracks, six Marines. accept
DISTINGUISHED VISITORS. Members of the DoD Field Team on the salute their CO,Maj. J.F. lavin. Advanced from Cpl. to Sgt. are
Justice and Race Relations In the Armed Forces talk over their visit to (L.R) Sgts. Johnny L. Bales, Kenneth M. Cohens, Samuel A. Allen,
NDRC with Capt. William F. Moore, NDRC CO. Shown (L-R) are t84 Alvester Lamb, Jr. and Vincent A. Del Valle. At far right is LCpl.
Army Capt. Edward J. Korte, Army Lt. Col. Matthew B. O'Donnell; Ronald J. Pugh, who was advanced from PFC.
Adolph Holmes, Executive Director of the National Urban League; I
Nathaniel Jones, General Counsel for the NAACP andCochairmanofthe
Team; and Capt. Moore.NRDC .



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NDRC was host Friday to four members of the

Department of Defense Field Team on Military Justice

and Race Relations in the Armed Forces.The .

group was headed by Edward J. Korte, U.S. Army. L
Nathaniel R. Jones, General yty : I
Members of the team were
Counsel for the National
hosted to lunch at the NAS Jax
Association for Advancement of
Officers Club and later
Colored People (NAACP) and CoChairman were
given a presentation on DRC and
of the DoD Field
measures being taken to restore
Team. Other members were
Adolph Holmes, executive drug abusers to duty. ..
director of the National Urban This is the second group of IFREElnevery
League, Lt. Col. Matthew B. members of the DoD Field Teamto t"co
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Club? QptaONS ;a USMC Recruiting \\1


Jax Maj. David L. Chilcote has assumed duties as 'S j
Approximately
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Americans die annually of the Officer in Charge of the Marine Corps Recruiting ji j

lung cancer one out of Service for the state of Florida with headquarters in the j

every six cancer deaths. downtown Post Office Building. .1'
Three-fourths of all lung
Chilcote of Science in business 'J
cancer is attributed to cigarette Maj. relieved Lt.Col. Degree .,
smoking., John D. Crawford, who is now under the Marine Corps' Degree
attending the University of Completion Program
A burning cigarette pro .. Michigan in Ann Arbor where he Joining Maj. Chilcote at the .
duce carbon monoxide. It is pursuing a Master of Secondary Florida recruiting headquartersis I
also produces tar which is.
Education Degree under the Captain CharlesF.
drawn into the lungs on in- Marine Corps' Advanced Degree Laughinghouse, who relieved

halation. Tar Is a complicated I ; Program.A Capt. W. T. Weathers, Jr. as the i
mixture of chemicals. Assistant Recruiting Officer. .(
Some can produce cancer, veteran of 17 years in the The Florida recruiting "
some assist in producing, it, NEW SET OF BARS Ltg(| ) Roger Conner is promoted to his Marine Corps, Maj. Chilcote headquarters has been named '\
some cause irritation. present rank at VP-56 as his wife Elizabeth,and Cdr. H. P. Fillingane, attended Cameron College in the top recruiting station in the I
Nicotine is part of the tar. squadron skipper, pin on his new bars. Lawton, Okla. prior to his Southeast for the past three

Nicotine affects the heart and transfer here,earning!. a Bachelor years.RECOHPUTATION. j
blood vessels. It causes small VP-62 Scores A First ,
arteries to contract, tempore ;
arily raises blood pressure,

reduces the flow of blood In Cruising With NATOJax 34,000 officers, who elected to receive RETIRED PAY ;
the arms and legs and increases
the heartbeat. under laws in effect prior to 1 October 1949, will not

Emphysema is an additional VP-62 "A" Wing passed a milestone last gain from the President's proposed legislation. 1,

worry of habitual weekend as they left for Lajes Field in the Azores on two
The DISABLED OFFICERS ASSOCIATION, 1612 K
smokers. The air
of the
lungs are broken down sacs, over weeks of annual active duty to participate with 10 other Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006 (formed in.1919)is )

distended and scarred. The NATO countries in the biggest combined land, sea, and doing something on this subject to help you.

lung loses its elasticity It is air maneuvers in NATO's historv. rk

hard to exhale. The squadron thus became the first Naval Air Reserve squadronto Write to Major Walter J. Reilly (Ret.), Dept. K, for fur- r

As a consequence of emphysema take part in an operation of ther information on membership.r .
heart-strain may such magnitude.The .
follow because of the In. Talent exercise will be comprisedof

creased resistance to blood nearly 64,000 men,7,000 planes, r .. ,
flow in the lungs. In addi ContestJax 300 warships and 60 merchant r

tion, patients with emphysema vessels operating primarily TILE t9 '" i
The
Sixth
often have chronic bron along Europe's western coast
chitis. Naval District, as from Portugal to Norway.The .
part of the 1972 All
GIFTS
1
Wing was airlifted to their HOWSIISWIICOMIO
Navy Talent Contest, operating base in the Azores by R
__, ,
> Chart Outriggers Nautical Wear
I will conduct a Naval Air Reserve Transport Paints fiah Boxes .Burgee Jackets fW '
District-wide talent. Squadrons from NAS Alemeda" *Hardware SitU Table! Wear IVINIUOI ;1
I and NAS Glenview. Repair Material eAeceuories-Other GoodiesWET
I competition at the
STORAGE'MARINE NOISTS-NULL SERVICE'TACHT BROKER j
Naval Training The squadron will be operating EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE.OUTBOARD STERN.OR/YE. INBOARD '
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS MOTORS CANOES and TRAILERS j
Center, Orlando, five P-3A "Orions" and, as a .'
Fla., October 1719. highlight of the cruise, will fly SEGRAVES j J # MARINA 4
All one P-3 DIFAR (Directional
Naval personnelon a ROOSEVELT BLVD at ORTEGA RIVER ,
Frequency Analyzer and
active duty for Recording) which represents a .. it&fftf60Ufffet f//tff/fji WMntttoCMt
s more than 90 days, as much more up-to-date Fleet Pier N Franchised Marina Phone Mr 464* OPEN SUNDAY .
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well as personnel of oriented aircraft for use by Thund.-rblrd.: Starcraft BOATS MOTORS.Mfg .Troan,CANOES| .Grumman: T Craft
other services Reservists. 1', ? \iTT\ r* 1 1 ] T

assigned to Naval

installations are

DEER SPRINGS invited to participate.For .
ESTATES
entry forms,
...ATKEYSTONE see Mrs. Onstott at

HEIGHTS Special Services,
MOBILE HOMESITESCLYDE 'J
Bldg. '704, before FOOTBALL
W. SIMPSON & CO. ,
Friday, September
REALTOR 356-6849 29. REQUIRES


TEAMWORK
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a very special living environmentwoodlake
AND'FULL SERVICE' BANKING '
MEANS FINANCIALTEAMWORK ;,
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NORMANDY ATLANTIC Offers .1
Every Banking Service Your :
Luxury 1,2.and 3 Bedroom Apartments Family//i ht Need! .4
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3 Bedroom Townhouses ."

ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPING ,'
CARPETING DRAPERIES
DISHWASHER DISPOSAL IJ
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Main Lobby 9 am.2 pm All Depts.9 am.I pm
@ Drive.in Tellers& Member FDIC > ;,,,,.
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MODELOPEN: 9AM.6PMMONDAY.FRIDAY NORMANDY a S1
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1977
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Widow Equity' Bill I Delaware

!!J. Awards

Passed By SenateJax ..1 Nam BonusThe

Veterans Military Pay
The U. S. Senate has passed the "Widow's .1' 'ij, Office of the state of Delaware
Equity" Bill S-3905, by a voice vote. has awarded nearly $4,000,000to

Although the Senate bill differed and he will be covered from the approximately 14,200 applicants .
slightly from the House of day of the postmark on the envelope for the state's Vietnamera
Representatives Bill (H.R. 10670) as long as the postmark is 1 bonus.
that was passed by the House last Oct. I, 1972 or later. The bonus is awarded to
October, the differences are not AU retirees will have one year members and veterans of the
major and pose no problem for after the enactment of the law in Armed Forces of the United
the bill's ultimate enactment into which to elect in the program. States who were residents of the
law.After Letters to NFC Cleveland ,, state of Delaware for at least

formal agreement and should include, your full name, ,," one year immediately prior to
acceptance by the House and your rate or rank, your social "t. last entry into the Armed

Senate, as represented by conferees security number, the date you .... .... Forces.
from the House and Senate retired, a notation of whether or ':"l'' .-.. "r. The additional requirementfor
Armed Services Committees, the not you are presently participating Ii" payment of this bonus is
bill will be forwarded to in RSFPP,and a list of .. .. that the veteran must have been
President Nixon for signatureand your dependents or beneficiaries.Be _. .,... IfNAVY separated under "Honorable
enactment into law. sure to give the full name ..,,. Conditions" and through no
r According to a statement and birthdate of your wife and 'I fault or misconduct on his part.
issued by the FRA, "There is each child. For qualified applicants still on
f
absolutely no doubt that Also, the letter should includean active duty, a certification by
President Nixon will sign the indication. of.how you want ,/ either their commanding officeror
measure promptly and the law your wife's annuity based.If personnel officer as to their
will be effective Oct. 1". you receive less than $300 a ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL ATC Richard O. Myers Is being a member in good stand
FRA is working on a comprehensive month in is
military retired ing mandatory.
pay, congratulated by Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, after
explanation of the you MUST base Service members
your wife's or veterans
receiving the Navy Achievement Medal "for professional
new law that will be mailed to annuity on the FULL AMOUNTof achievement as Production Supervisor while attached to Fleet Air who have a date of service from
every FRA member within the your retired pay. August 5, 1964 to a date yet to
cited for
Reconnaissance Squadron One" Chief Myers was playing a
next few weeks. If you receive more than $300 be announced qualified.
a are
"most vital role" in keeping the squadron's aircraft in a continuous
Edward Shea, Head of the month military retired pay, you mission ready status. He is currently attached to AIMD. Payment is made on the basis
Retired Pay Division at the Navy cannot select less than $300 a of $15 per month for domestic
Finance Center in Cleveland, has month as the base amount of your ;;;1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::1:::1::::1:1:1j:1::::::m:::::1:::1:::1::::1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:::::::::::1:1:1:1::::::1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1::::::::: : service to a maximum of $225
stated that any retiree may widow's annuity. and $20 per month for foreign
address a simple letter to the Letters should be mailed to: Jax Traffic ViolationsJax service. Maximum 'payment to
Commanding Officer of NFC Commanding Officer, Navy any applicant shall not exceed
Cleveland stating he wishes to Finance Center, New Federal $300.
participate in the new program Building, Cleveland, Ohio 44199.In -The following is a reportof Other Violations 50 Applications may be obtainedby
motor vehicle accidents and Thirty-four drivers appeared writing to:
REAL ESTATE matters, visit or call traffic violations for the period of before the Traffic Hearing Boardon Director.Office Veterans Military Pay
WAYNE SHRUMAn Sept. 4-10. Sept. 14. Disposition of the State of Delaware
Number of Accidents cases included the following: Emily Bissell Hospital. Bldg.
associate of c :; This period 4 Sixteen lost driving and "F'
BLANDING AGENCY Inc. This period a year ago 10 parking privileges aboard the 3000 Newport Gap Pike
Total accidents through this station for various periods; Wilmington Delaware 19808
REALTORS period last year 247 ,Seven were assigned to completean
Total number of days since last eight-hour course in remedial
Honesty, Dependability,Sincerity In injury i in a motor vehicle accident driving; None received HousingReferral
REAL ESTATE SALES 28 suspensions; Fourteen were
Number of days since an injury given warnings; Two were
5102 Blanding Boulevard last year at this time 79 dismissed; Twelve were fined
Phone 7719513AVAILABLE (U.S. Magistrate); and ten were
Number of ViolationsThis referred to commanding officersfor MovedJax
period 90 possible
---------------- Speeding 27 disciplinary action.
::1 Reckless driving 1 Twenty-one drivers were The Housing
Going assessed Sixty-seven traffic Referral Office has
I TO FLORIDA RESIDENTS ONLY through stop sign 12 points.
k I I been relocated to
CORPORATE NOTES Bldg. 902, Rm. 217

from Bldg. 13.
I I
SECURED BY CONTRACTS Housing Referral

,( I FOR DEED PAYING... II has been the consolidatedwith Family

I LOVSTPRICES
I Housing Office at this

I. e I central location for

I the convenience of all
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personnel.The .
telephone for

I rr ""' : '' '.'.\, ,... Housing Referral
ANNUAL INTEREST I : '' !\,
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:t V.J.; .
I I l f ta k.i7- : ((772-2844)) and the

I EXAMPLE: I ;. :;; from office 7 will a.m. to be 4 open p.m.

I Investment Monthly Check I Monday through

I $5,000 $50 I Special Friday.

I 10,000 100 I

I 20,000 50,000 200 500 I If1V1 Financingfor

I If

I MATURITY: 24or48 months
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f Interest Paid Monthly Principal Paid at Maturity. \,.... I' J S

I NO SALES CHARGE,BROKERAGE OR MANAGEMENT FEES II t,1o'S J: :'.it:......"..:.".,..,.. .?;...:..\/o1I1i,. ; ervlce
:
I For Appointment Call or Write NOW I ) ,\.: .,::fo>l..t': I :
CLIP AND MAIL FOR INFORMATION '"...-:ff\v.1f.,; Perso n n el
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'i I MORTGAGE BROKERS II

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1948 Blanding Boulevard1r4SURANCS ,-..- 1 PREMIUM BEER"CIi01CE CUT STEAKS c PHONEi 264-4900
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No Fault Insurance For EveryoneDon't S J l HOURS' ; Analyzed Electronically
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get caught short.BUY NOW! WI I' Friday 4pr "'12AS.m S With All Purchases
STATE FARMMUtUALAUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO. Closed vet4aV$: Saturday 4pm12:45k am = 'ax: 201 HIGHWAY 17 i .

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264.9206 ALL" 'YOU :CAN CAT! J.ti1CAICKENL39 ;
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NEED YOUR CAR INSPECTED? 5 .." \ .; MOBILE HOMES
Biscuits
S French Pries Slaw Hot
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RED GREENE'S GARAGE SHRIMP $1.69 No Job too big or too small I
g French: Fr1es,' Slaw Hush Puppies g .- t N

I 4 Miles South NAS-HIGHWAY 17-Qrange Park = Michelob Drat'35cTPyxhlAT 5 S '' To SPECIALDISCOUNT Servicemen& Civil

Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors = .. ., ..!j"A., '.'.....," (. .*' ?" ( <<.< 5 Service employees

0800.1800 Monday thru 5 : t ; ':DI1/'EI. /. {$ Sales Service Repairs
Open Friday r. .".t<,: f .y' .t,.. .. < ., ;
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Sutton Selected ti>. : a continuing effort to help
veterans find employment, the
'.,. Veterans Administration has
announced expansion of its successful -
Top lax Civilian "Job Interviewing Class"
now operated at five Regional
l Jax Francis Donald Sutton of the Supply Department Offices on an experimental ba-
}il: has been named the NAS Jacksonville Civilian W',+ sis.
Employee of the Month for August. The program is being ex.
panded to include all_ of VA's
Sutton, an Auditor in the In- from 125 to 150 percent of the 57 Regional Offices where Interest -
Division of the established
ventory Supply norm.
is shown
among veterans.
Department, performs researchand Marvin E. Smith, Sr., Sutton's
investigation of large money immediate supervisor, said in Object of the class is to as-
value stock record discrepancies nominating Sutton that, "He is sist the veterans who have had
{ and is charged with the able to recognize problems within >r little or no experience in ap-
responsibility of ensuring that the scope of his responsibility and < plying for a job. Participants,
inventory adjustments are initiate action to resolve them who attend on a voluntary basis,
1 : proper and accurate. without supervisory prompting.Mr. are briefed on such points as
Due to his keen sense of good Sutton is not a "petty THINK SHE'S SURPRISED? Ruth Munden couldn't quite believeIt how to prepare for an Inter-
record keeping practices and his thinker"and does not waste time when her friends gave her a TV as a retirement gift. She had been a view, proper behavior, required
tenacious attitude, he is with petty complaints". for than 23 years. testing, appropriate grooming,
nurse at the Civilian Dispensary more
frequently assigned to performthe He is a veteran of 24 years in ...and.......how...... ...to.....compose.............. .. .a.. resume..... .
most complicated investigations the U. S. Army, where he rose HW.'':<'-'''''':'''':'''''>>:''''''''''''>>' '<<<'''''<''<<>;;<'''''<''':;''''''''''<<''::::::""'''''''<<''''<:-.- :--<::'''''
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in such an outstanding manner Captain,and has served 16 yearsas MENU
that he consistantly exceeds the a Civil Service employee, for atotal CIVILIAN CAFETERIA
J engineered standard, performing of 40 years service.
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Monday,Sept.25 Assorted Pudding. Banana Cream Pie, Apple Pie,
Mushroom Soup Fried Wednesday Sept.27 Yellow Cake with Icing, Fruit
I Chicken, Beef Short Ribs with Pea Soup, Macaroni and Meat Cobbler, Assorted Pudding.
l I Cabbage, Chili with Rice, 7oz. Sauce, Chicken Ala King over Friday Sept.29
; Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Rice, Liver with Onions, 7oz. Turkey Neck Gumbo, Stuffed
French Fried Potatoes, Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Peppers with Macaroni and
Mashed Potatoes, Rice with French Fried Potatoes, Tomato Sauce,Trout Almondine
I Gravy, Lima Beans, Turnip Mashed Potatoes, Rice with Chicken Fried Steaks, 7oz.
f Greens, Peas. Gravy, Great Northern Beans, Chopped Sirloin Baked Ham
Fruit Cup, Chef Salad Bowl, Spinach, Corn. with Cabbage, Fish.
\ Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Fruit Cup, Chef Salad Bowl, French Fried Potatoes,
< Jello,Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Mashed Potatoes, Rice with
,1 Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Jello,Tossed Salad, Combination Gravy, Okra and Tomatoes,
/ Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Beet and Salad'Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Mustard Greens, String Beans.
Onion. Cheese,Stuffed Eggs,Carrot and Fruit Cup, Chef Salad Bowl,
Apple Pie, Boston Cream Pie, Raisin. Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain
'CoconutCake, ,Assorted Pudding. Apple Pie, Chocolate Pie, Jello,Tossed Salad Combination
J Tuesday,Sept.26 Coconut Cake, Fruit' Pie, Salad, Fruit Jello Plain Cottage
Francis D. Sutton Minestrone Soup, Roast Beef Assorted Pudding. Cheese, Cole Slaw, CucumberMix.
4 with New Potatoes,Broiled Clam Thursday,Sept.28 .
Strips with Cole Slaw, Breaded Vegetable Soup, Beef and Pork Strawberry Short Cake, Apple
I Pork Cutlets with Apples, 7oz, Chop Suey with Rice, Meat Loaf Pie, Pineapple ream Pie,
Chopped Sirloin, Fish. with Creole Sauce, Roast Turkey Assorted Pudding
French Fried Potatoes, with Dressing, 7oz. Chopped
Mashed Potatoes, Rice with Sirloin, Fish.French .
Gravy, Blackeyes, String Beans, Fried Potatoes,
The73Pontiacs Zucchini and Tomatoes. Mashed Potatoes, Rice with lS1E Ys
Fruit Cup, Chef Salad Bowl, Gravy, Pinto Beans, Mixed
Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Vegetables, Squash. Vn f.,..,_.
( Jello,Tossed Salad, Combination Fruit Cup, Chef Salad Bowl,
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Salad, Fruit Jello, Plain ,Cottage Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain .m
Cheese, Cole Slaw, Cucumber Jello,Tossed Salad, Combination
; here Mix.Egg Salad, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage
are Custard Pie, Apple Pie, Cheese, Tuna Salad, Health RESIDENTIAL COMMERCiAl
Layer Cake, Fruit Tarts, Salad. CLEAR PLASTIC SUP

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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 9


I VP-16 Visting So. MATSG



American CitiesJax MarineCited


-With just over a month of Operations with the
their deployment passed, 38 Venezuelan and Brazilian Navies Y 1
members of VP-16 are visiting were termed "eminently suc
their fifth city in South America cessful" and have given both
while serving as the air detach- Navies an idea of the
capabilitiesof Jax Gy. Robert D. Cain, a
ment with CTF 86 during the the P-3A as an anti-submarine member of MATSG attached to

UNITAS XIII exercises.At weapons system and allowed the Shore Patrol downtown, has
last report, the two flight them to control the aircraft in an been presented a MeritoriousMast
crews and ground maintenance anti-submarine exercise John
environment by Maj. D. Way,
section had visited the city of MATSG XO.
Maiquetia, Venezuela and the While
working with the
The Mast had been forwardedto
cities of Recife, Salvador, Rio de Venezuelan Navy, several
MATSG from MCAS
,
Janeiro and Porto Allegre in members of their Naval Air Arm GETTING IN FULL SWING for their Christmas Bazaar, JOWC Jacksonville, N.C.
Brazil. flew with VP-16's "Orion" as members display some of the Christmas novelties that will be on sale Cited in the Mast were Gy.Sgt.
During the coming month, they observers and were able to obtaina Dec. 7 at the NAS Jax O'Club.Agenda Cain's actions from June 1, 1971
are scheduled to visit Buenas first-hand look at the aircraft in
to Aug. 1, 1972 while he was
Aires and Bahia Blanca in action.
Argentina.The AnnouncedFor serving as Operations Chief of the
Provost Marshals' Office.
air detachment, flying two Currently working with the The mast states that his tactful
P-3A "Orion" aircraft, operateswith Brazilian Navy, members of the and intelligent handling of per-
the ships of Task Force 86 detachment have met many Retired SeminarJax sonnel has enabled the) Provost
and those of the host country in members of the Brazilian Air Marshals' Office to maintain its /,
programs designed to exercisethe Force and have had the opportunity The agenda for the V.A. Benefits and disability overall proficiency despite .
abilities of both Navies in to discuss their com- Retired Personnel Seminar, compensation will be explainedby serious personnel shortages and
surface and anti-submarine mon interests in anti-submarine scheduled for Oct. 21, hay been Edward Donahue, V.A. additional commitments.
operations. warfare tactics. announced. Representative.Next While responsible for the
Following the opening Cdr. William Reich, CO training program in the Provost
remarks, Paul McConville, Field of Jax Navy Recruiting, will Marshalls' Office, the Mast
Representative will speak on explain the Navy's recruitment states he was Instrumental in
O'Club Ceremony Oct. 7 Social Security, survivors programs and ways that retireescan instituting new ideas and

benefits, and assistance to sur- help with the recruiting ef maintaining professionalism In
Jax The NAS Jax Officers Club will formally vivors.Lt. fort.The the Military Police while ac-
reopen Oct. 7 with a ribbon cutting ceremony at H. Yates, MSC will then last formal talk of the cepting all tasks with a "can do"
11 a.m. discuss CHAMPUS and seminar will be a report on the attitude that is contagious to all
Secretary of the Navy's Advisory who in contact with 1dm.
CHAMPUS to MEDICARE.Next come
Evening festivities will include a buffet dinner, Committee given by LCdr. R. B.
on the agenda, Robert
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entertainment by the world-famous "Harmonica Nolan, National Executive Cantwell head of the Jax Tran- the Constitution
One
Rascals", and dancing. Secretary of FRA, will inform sition Site. witha provided reason for a census of the population -
Reservations will be limited to 300 people. those attending the seminar The seminar and will conclude session. every 10 years was to
about current CongressionalBills. question answer furnish a basis for apportionment -
The seminar will be held in the of Representatives in Con-
.. _'_'.'.."'. .... NAS Jax theatre from 9 a.m.until the States.
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5 FJC NonCreditCourses Jax 86


Still AvailableJax be!: WelcomesSponsors

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Five Florida Junior College non-credit courses i! .

are still open to military personnel and their depen- .

dents. Jax The Board Members of
r k
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The courses include: Automotive Mechanics and Auto NWCA Jax 86 hosted a reception
Body, both held Wednesday and Thursday from 6-9 p.m. Saturday night to welcome their
at Hogan and State Street; Art-Oil Painting, Tuesdayand new sponsors, Capt. and Mrs.
William G. Sizemore and Capt.
Wednesday at the NAS Jax from 6-9 r
Hobby Shop I
p.m. [ / and Mrs. William J. Vaught.

Also, Typing I, Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday J : Following conducted the installation the
ceremonies, by
from 4-7:30 p.m. in Bldg. 200; and Speedreading, club's chaplain, Mrs. Charles
Monday from 7.10 p.m. in Hangar 1000, Rm. 234. t Davis.flag pins were presented to
Those interested may register at the appropriateclass. Capts. Sizemore and Vaught by
Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett, Jax 86
president.Mrs. .
Richard Goldsberry, the
Is Your Record club's vice-president, presentedJax
: 86 guards to their wives.
r Guests attending the function
WELCOME ABOARD AMERICA TN Benjamin G. Mlclana is
included Capt. and Mrs. DonaldJ.
UP-To-Date ? welcomed aboard America (the country,not the carrier) by Cdr. V.J. Childers (NAS Jax XO); Mrs.
r Schuppert, VW-4 CO, after becoming a U.S. citixen. Barbara J. Howard, National

Secretary of NWCA;,Mrs. Owen
Jax One of the most important Emergency Record, consult the Hurricane Hunter King, National Mimeo Chairmanof
papers in your service Personnel Office about filling outa NWCA;and Mrs.Edward Hall,
record is the Record of new one. President of NWCA Cecil Field
Emergency Data. It's not something that can be
The importance of keeping it put off until it's needed. 'Ships Over' To U.S.Jax 121.Also attending was Mrs. Dean
up-to-date and accurate cannotbe Remember, you may not Fifield, past president of NWCA
overemphasized.If designate a beneficiary for Cecil Field 121.
than for TN
Friday was more just payday
dies active
a Navyman on Servicemen's Group Life Insurance -
duty, this is the record that is (SGLI) on the Record of Benjamin G. Miciano, wardroom steward at VW-4.
used to contact his family or next Emergency Data. This must be After making morning coffee and squaring away the
ofkin.If done on the special form providedby wardroom, TN Miciano left the Hurricane Hunters'
you are not sure who you the Veterans Administration,
hangar and headed for the Jacksonville Post Office JOWCCoffee
designated as your beneficiariesfor which you may also obtain at the
the unpaid pay and Personnel Office. Building.
allowances,or if there has been a For further information, There, along with another hundred men and women,
change in your family or marital contact the Military Personnel he took the oath of citizenship of the United States.
status since you last filled out an Office, Ext. 2375. The 24 year-old sailor had come a long way from his

native Manila in the Republic of the Phillippines.
Joining the Navy in 1966, he was first sent to recruit Jax The JOWC

NEWEST CONCEPT training and Steward "A" School in San Diego. will have a "WelcomeAboard"
coffee at theOfficer's
IN APARTMENT LIVING Following a shore tour at NAS Pautuxent River, Md., he Club .
.. was sent to VW-4 for sea duty. on
1,2 .3 BEDROOM,' I AND 2 BATHS Wednesday, Sep-
Between Roosevelt Roads deployments, work in the
Spacious rooms, wide windows, KingsllY tember 27 at 10 a.m.
central heat & air condo Private Arn1S squadron wardroom, and long hours' at the NAS Jax
and patios party, sundecks room., swimming pool BOQ, TN Miciano has managed to acquire a wife from During the coffee

264-8102 Texas and two children-and his citizenship. there will be tables

set for anyone in-
1800 KINGSLEY AVE. terested in taking

DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding classes in knitting
,
Blvd.' ,& Orange Park, Minutes; Without
away via new I 1.295. AdvertisingYou ArtGolf, Tennis and
jt: Navy Relief as wellas
=t7 Wouldn't Know.Open .
many others.jflrts& .


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e for your convenience 6 a.m.-JO p.m.
Normandy Moll
5 1 39 Normandy Blvd,
Q PICK-UP & DELIVERY Crafts]

a ROAD SERVICED
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REGISTER NOW
D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
...for the fall season of
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SIX NIGHTS WEEKLY- ININElOUNGI 4.2 A.M..
y :' cCASE\;, HISTORIES OF SWINGING HOUSEWIVES, $pm tit tam FOREST: :

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NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE Ads arriving too 'late for this deadline will> be SEE YOUR UNIT VOTING
published the
publisher is fOllowing week unless the COUNSELOR FOR KttllS
Instructed
otherwise. A check or '
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received WITH the copy for the ad
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I ST.JOHNS COUNTY

Shorthand Secretarys, Dictaphone 26 miles from NAS, 1 acre or more on WO'/i Honda .. rr ,.
Operators, Typists, Clerks, SR13, 1.3 miles to public boat I4 I-
landing, 350 CL, $550.00 :
Keypunchers. close to 6 mile creek, good fishing & 387.2328 -\r .; t -
HIGH PAY NO FEE hunting, 53,500.00 & up, terms, ;
Call Norrell Temporary Adair Realty, Broker 771.5877WE ;
3965311WANTEDX
TR3WO
BABYSITTERIn Red Convertible, $600,
home, light housework, Mon.-Frl. BUY &SELL EQUITIESCall Call: 2645167 .Jr'f
2645827. us for Quick service
____ Morrison I.Taylor,Inc.
LOCAL PART.TIME SUPERVISORSNeeded 4543 Wesconnen Blvd. 71'OPELSTATIONWAGONAC
for fast growing California 771.3052 717-3844 heater, $2,000.
corporation. 268-5977, 771.6922.PART.TIMETEACHERSAIDE. BETWEEN NAS&CECIL 772.8960
.
3 BR, Fireplace, Swimming Pool, :t\iii: : :: : :: ; ? :;:;
Some experience and musical ability fenced, $18,000.VanSandt 44' EVANTI ifS'tISCI; ntf: jittf:? '
preferred. 3560116 ,Realtor 387-1311 $2500.Cash
725.3992
PART TIME MEN BEAUTIFUL TINTERN WOODS _
To wash trucks. Evenings & 4BR, 2B., CH &A, BIRO, Fireplace l VOLKSWAGEN INC.I
weekends, S2,00 per hr. to start 355- & Den, 1 acre wooded lot, near NAS & 72'VW CAMPER I
0264. Cecil, 5'/4 percent mortgage, 771.7495. AC, Pop Top, Tent, radio, $4300. --
737-6507

!r[[III'ji! : IIIBEADISCJOCKEY Quick GIVE Rental USA of CALL your Property FOR "'VW BUS 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511

Edward 0.Lyon, Broker 389.0361 Excellent Cond.,see to appreciate OPEN DAILY8T08:30-SATURDAYITOS

SUNDAY
384. 177872'HONDA T06 PM

:- PRESCOTT,ARIZONA 69 FORD CLUB Wagon Van $2095
Call 355-2144 for a
Recorded message by Offers Historic best old ranch climate developed In the Into state.2. Driven less than 500 miles 500 gone on 69 KARMANN GHIA AT, AC R&H $1795

Scott Edwards acre homesltes near Prescott cruise, must sell. 771.8244 ask for 68 VW SEDAN $1450
COLUMBIA SCHOOLOF Mark.
National Forest. Two acres: $1,995 New Paint, R&H, AC "
BROADCASTINGHome
low terms. For full details, write Mrs.
School A.L. Young, Glenarm Land CO.,2233 70'COBIA SEA QUEEN 71VWKOMBI $2995
1902 Van Ness,San Francisco North 7th St., Phoenix, Arizona 85006.MIDDLEIURG 17' ,
Home Study Flbreglass 85 HP Johnson, Ski AC, R&H, Extra Clean
equip. & trailer.
$2,200.
Not affiliated with CBS, Inc. 7376507. 70 VW SEDAN. R&H, AT, AC $1795
Approved for Veterans A Servicemen AREA
72 DATSUN 240Z
tool off Ice i 401 Fit Hetl. tank Bldg. 1 acre Mobile Home tracts In Sun. ',
AC AT A/vVFM/ Stereo, 1,000 Miles
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO nyslde Farms. Call 264.2086. ,

Consoles, some with AM.FM, tape lNrnw5fu6I 67VWSFDAN R&H, New Paint $1195

stock.players Full, at warranty dealers' I cost phone to liquidate 771-0409. ; It.J'll.' DOWN CO A. LOT HOME OFTALKIH'PUT TW070VWSEDANS 70MGB R&H'R&H, New Paint $195$2295


LIVE CRABS
Wilford's Fish Camp WE ITWITWAVOTE SETTLE 66 VW DELUXE BUS New Fact. Engine $1395

264-9707 ORANGE PARK / 71 POP TOP CAMPER R&H $3495
2 BR, Apts. furn. or unfurn., DIsh.
LAWN MOWING A EDGING washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth 68VWDELUXEBUS R&H, New Paint $2095
call Hart Apts. 771.1405 or 7713355. 67 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT

771.3211 Ext.8340 WILMAR APARTMENTSAir I Four wheel drive, Ex. Cond. $1095

Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living
Mac ALPINE I __ ONE-1970 KARMANN GHIA
Local moving & storage specialist.. room, Kitchen, Brfst. nook, parking
Licensed and Insured. 355.6357 or 354. space, for 2 cars, water, sewage, New paint, R&H $1895
1022, garbage, lawn service, Furnished. S6UAREBACK
Nights. 771 8949. 1971 VW
$120, Unfurnished. plus 4 per -
TYLER'S AIR COND.SERVICEWe cent sales ta. 387-2541 weekends, 389. AT, R&H, factory warranty $2595

service Auto'AC, Central Units 07<<. 1970 VW FASTBACK. R&H
I----------- $1795.
and Window Units. Reasonable.
4711 Palmer Lake Shore 3885161 BEING TRANSFERRED I 318-8535 1969VWSQUAREBACK AT, R&H $1995
Let a retired Navy man who understands VLLA0
1969 VW FASTBACK
ACATR&H.
I $1895
KIRBYVACUUMCLEANERResponsible YOUR problems, managethe I
party take up pmts. of $5. rental of your house until you ONE 1970 VW BUS -
a month. Call dealer. 7728936.. return to Jax.Bartleson.O'Nell. (! I II Deluxe
-t & Payne, Inc. 7 passenger, R&H .$2495

SINGER AUTO.ZIG.ZAG 1147 So. EdgewoodAve. I 1969 VW SEDANS
Like new In 4 drawer desk. Sews all 388.9311OKOLONAM081LE 1249.1251 King St.
types of material., Orlg. price S239. HOME PARK I Jacksonville, Florida 32204 I New paint, R&H $1495 to $1595

Balance$52. Cash.or S5 per mo. Other NOW RENTING I I ONE-1968VW SEDAN R&H $1350
zigzags from 134. Rayflelds, 6437 WANTEDUSED
Wilson Blvd. Brand new park adjacent to golf I 66VWSEDAN R&H $795
_ course. Many trees. Conveniently CAMERAS AND I.
PORCH SALE located to NAS Jax & Cecil Field. V* I EQUIPMENT. PAY Nice Selection of other Model VW's
5754 Brannon Ave. off 103rd St Sept. mile from ,I-29S Interchange. Un. I I
23 & 24, 9.5. Young woman's clothes derground utilities. Playground area, TOP DOLLAR-38845J5 100 % GUARANTEE!
good cond. misc. swimming pool and recreation IBRING THIS AD WITH YOU I
building planned. $44 and $49 Including *------ no -4 .
LUDWIGDRUMSET sewer, water and garbage We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspection.
Vito Clarinet,household furniture,aft. collection. 'Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
6PM, 264-5786. ASK ABOUT OPPORTUNITY TO And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
EARN FREE RENTIf04164ti04 major mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and,
Call LOOKINGFOR double check.
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boating,
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\ LiftsJax

.- The
Protestant Women of

the Chapel held their
first meeting of the
N q
fall on Monday.
'Mrs. Jan Heiss,

president, outlined
projects and

... A programs to be A
pursued during the

year.
The purpose of the .
PWOC is to aid the
Chaplains in keepingthe j1

Chapel activities Rii.i.SUPERB
running smoothly and
to enrich their lives PERFORMANCE RECOGNIZED Capt. William G.
% and those with whom Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, pins the Navy Achievement Medal on RDC
a DOUBLE HONOR LCpl. Robert T. Bradley (L) is congratulated in contact Howard A. Grimsley. for performance aboard the USS JOSEPHUS
'"\ by Maj. J. F. Lavin, CO Marine Barracks,for being named Marine of they come DANIELS (DLG 27). Chief Grimsley, now attached to Air Ops, was
the Month for August and for being meritoriously promoted to his through study and recognized for "exceptional forslght, expert knowledge, superb
present rank. application of performance and leadership"during the ship's Sixth Fleet operations.
Christian ideals. Looking on is Chief Grimsley's wife, Martha.

Without AdvertisingYou The firstcongregational pot- For Your Info.

Wouldn't Know luck supper will be .

t held Sunday, Oct. 15, Jax Many individuals are cannot be met.Homeports .
t at noon, so'get your submitting to their detailers Duty type ship, and
NEW TO THE BASE? name on the roster. History and Preferance Cards localities (both overseas and
PWOC meetingsare (NAVPERS 1306-34)) that do not CONUS) are listed in Chapter 15
ffJ contain all of the important of the Enlisted Transfer Manual.
your If@IllIll@P2'//I/Jl@jJ@liIi/i held the second essentials to permit the detailer Your card should be so coded.
can provide additional funds Monday of each to do the very best job for them. See your ,personnel office for
month from 9:30: -.11 You are reminded to avoid any help needed.
Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your a.m. in the Chapel making the most frequent It's your preference card and it
money needs are handled the way you want them. mistakes: Don't leave portions of behooves you, the individual, to
lounge. There will bea
Call or come in-we'll do the rest.
the card blank (i.e.DO fill in each ensure its proper submission.
free nurseryrefreshments area: homeport,type ship,broad
DOMESTIC FINANCE and duty choice in order of
be ) don't list ARCHERY SEASON IS NEAR
CORPORATION SINCEei transportation can preference ; overseas
LOANS TO$IOt arranged. localities for "shore" prefer- ) BOB'S ----
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PING PONG MEETINGJax


An organizational meeting for Intramural
Pong will be held on Wednesday Ping }
September 27 at 9:30: It
in the Conference
a.m. Room of Bldg 704 Any unit or
command interested in participating should
have
a _
team representative at the
meeting. League
play is
scheduled to begin on October 16.

HANDBALL STARTING SOON


Jax An organizational{ 1 meeting for Intramural

Handball was held.yesterday. Any unit
or
command
that plans to participate in the competition and did

have a representative at the meeting should contact the not ......
athletic office at Ext. 3239 as soon as possible ,
.
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POWER BOAT CLUB ACTIVITIESJax ,-- . ,..,
JUNIOR-SENIOR GOLFERS The NAS Jax Junior-Senior Tournament was played on'Sunday

The Power Boat Club will be sponsoring September 10.The winners were presented their trophies following the tournament by the NAS Jax
fishing trip Saturday a Pro, Joe MacDonald and Tournament Committee Chairman, Cdr. Neil Craig. The winners and
September 23. Anyone interested
runners-up of the Junior-Senior Tournament are shown right to left. Ray Houston and OaY'idMullaney
in participating should be at the public boat
ramp at (Winners); Billy Harkins and Lt.Jack Allen (Ret)were the runners-up. Lt. Jack Allen and
Mayport at 10 a.m. A trophy will be
awarded at the end Billy Harkins also won the Low Gross Trophy.
of the day to the angler who comes up with the largest
edible fish. The following day ':::'::::"':':':':'''':'''':'>>''':':':':':':':.'''.:':.:.:.:.,:,:<"" ."""" ,,,<,,<.-.>>:.,,.,,,,,--.,,,,.:::,,::.,:;.:.,,,,,,*'''''<'',*:.''
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will be having a fish fry and covered dish supper at 2
p.m. at the NAS Jax Marina. [ HOW THEY'RE STANDING :1


NARJAX DEFEATED IN GOLF ----- -

Jax The Intramural Golf season got underway last AMERICAN LEAGUE ATLANTIC LEAGUEW CONTINENTAL LEAGUE

week and in' the first match of the new season for the L W L
NarJax No. 1 team they suffered an 8-1 defeat at the W L RADAR 17 25 11 PATHFINDERS rr 61,2
CHARGERS 24 8 REBELS 24 8
hands of the 679th duffers. It was only the second loss in LATE HAWKS 30th 131,2
SAWBONES ro 12 DRAGONS No.1 23 9 21
25 matches over three seasons for the NarJax team. BEES 19 13 BUSCH BUDS 21 15 CHIEFS 21 19
MARINE BKS 19
Kaufman, Bogan, Thornburg, Mayer, Koenig and FUBARS 19 13 CAG-20 14 14 VP-62 20th 19'h
Dempsey made up the 679th team that downed NarJax. JIACKERS 17 11 TARS 15% 16% ADPERS 20th 191,2
BOOZERS 17 15 GUTTER DUSTERS II 15% 16% HURRICANES 24. 24
ADCOP ;. 15 17 .' CHIEFS 11 17 '
18
QUESTIONS ABOUT BOATING? DRAGONS No.3 8 16 VP-45N0.2 9 23 FUMBLERS COMFAIRJAX TOO 15 22 29

AIMD 7 25 FASOTG 9 23 HOSPITAL 13 19
Jax For all you boaters who might have some TOP FIVE 6 22 BUSCH LEAGUERS 9 23 FUMBLERS 11 29

questions you need answered about boats or boating in DRAGONS No.4 101 211
general the Jax Air News will be having a questions and NATIONAL LEAGUE

answers column for boaters in the next couple of weeks.If PACIFIC LEAGUE W L

you have questions call Jerry Stens at Ext. 3120 or 264- W L CHASERS 18th 6th WANTADS.

3239 or Ralph Fabe at 264-5487. SPLITMAKERS 21 11 FICEUR-5 18 10
GOOD AND BAD 20 8 GEMS 17 11
NAVY-MARINE BOWLING LEAGUEJax SPECIALS 18 14 FLAP JAX 17 11

AFEES 18 14 STIFFS 16th 111,2 .
FWF 17 15 WOMEN'S LIB 16 12
The Navy-Marine Bowling League will be VP-45 No.1 16 16 LEPRECHAUNS 14 18 Call 388-2755
starting a new season on Tuesday, October 3. It will be a DRAGONS No.2 15 11 NAMTD 13 15

handicap league and will start at 5:30 p.m. If you are SPARKS 13 15 NATTC 12 16
QUACKS 6 22
interested in having a team in the league contact Ron HUNTERS 10 14
4
NUBS 24
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Record Breaking SR-71
;
.;. CECIL SPORTS

1I
1
by DTC J. D. Brewster
,J. I

1 ',. "
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I

I BOXING for VA-12S OPENING SCORE. Intercepted a pass and returned it
C, All personnel interested in The other scoring occured on a 40 20 yards to set up a McQuaig to iJ1
J trying out for the boxing team are yard Rich Miller pass to CDR John Mills t.d. The same combo -7E
invited to contact the Athletic Less; a 35 yard strike from Millerto clicked for the p.a.t. A 2nd Interception *
Director at Ext. 498. Andy Brown and a 45 yarder and 15 yard return by
FOOTBALLMedical from Fuller to Tyler. VA-12 Jackson opened the gate for a q
r
received a bonus 2 points when McQuaig to Brown t.d. pass. LT s
8, VA-66, 6. After a the VA-66 quarterback steppedover Becket returned a punt to the VC2 -
three game scoring drought, the end line while at- one yard line where McQuaig
Medical tallied on a 35 yard pass- tempting to pass. CDR Less tossed to Alread for the t.d.
run play from Emmet Browning kicked a 1 point conversion, a McQuaig passed to Jenkins for
4, to Mike Werner. Medical was play in touch football about a rare the p.a.t. McQuaig again hit
successful on the 2 point con- as the proverbial teeth on a hen. Alread for a score. The final
version, which proved to be the score came on McQuaig to Mills
margin of victory as VA-66 The Marines moved past a pass and McQuaig to Brown for
scored a quick 6 pointer on their rapidly improving NAMTD the conversion.
1st play from scrimmage squad 30 20. Rosepelier tossed BOWLING ir
following the kickoff. t.d. passes to Jenkins and CoNational League: The A :

VA-174 kept pace with VA-45 by Franklin in the 1st quarter; Marines continue to occupy the
registering two shutouts last however, the instructors bounced top slot in a tight race, closely
.. week.The"Hellrarors tallied two back with two t.ds. and a 2 point chased by Medical and the
quick touchdowns by Walker and conversion and enjoyed a 14.12 Marines. High sets were rolled {
Larry Jackson and went on to halftime lead. In the 3rd stanza by Gowens ((554, 175-188-191)); Bill
rout VA-12, 220. In their 2nd Rosepelier found Alread and Reece ((537, 183-208)); Irv Austin
game of the week, VA-174 Jenkins for scoring touchdowns, ((533, 187-188)); 0. Osier (520-209)( );
combined a steady offense with while NAMTD managed one Ray Proctor ((512, 178-178)); John MACKAY TROPHY WIN. "most meritorious flight of the
their stingy defense to down VC- score. Rosepelier tossed to Craver ((511-194)); French NERS. A record-breaking flightin year" for a 10V&-hour dash in
2,26.0. Alread for the final talley. The Eschete (508-171)); Beau Beaudry an SR-71 strategic reconnaissance which they covered 15,000 milesat
VA-12 returned to the winners final quarter was practically ((508-199)); Donald Meyer ((505-187- jet has earned the speeds over Mach 3 and
circle by downing a stubborn VA- played in Braille due to encroaching 170)); Al Alcoran ((505-196)); J. MacKay Trophy for two U.S. Air altitudes above 80,000 feet,
i 66 team, 27. 13. Dave Fuller darkness. Nagel ((503-184)); W. Sterns ((502- Force Lieutenant Colonels: establishing "new and exceptional
tossed a 5 varder to Dave Tyler Marines 28, VC-2, 0. Fuller 183); Dave Falls ((501-183)); Dwain C. Vick (left), a recon- records for durationand
Bembo (501-181)) and Jim Tyler naissance systems officer, and total distance covered." A
.
Guess .. .. .. ... ((500-189)). Phillips joined a long Thomas ,B. Estes, a pilot. Both previous SR-71 flight of 2,070.1
list of frustrated keglers who men are assigned to the 1st mph over a straight course by Air
where : "just missed" an ABC patch Strategic Reconnaissance Force Colonel R. L. Stevens on
;
f \ when he rolled a 144-144-141. Squadron at Beale AFB, May 1, 1965, broke a mark of
M ? Ronnie is? Standings: California. They were presentedthe 1,665.89 mph established on July
CPOs CLAW-1 trophy-awarded annually by 7, 1962 by Soviet Union pilot
/ He's back at the Medical Admin the Air Force and the National Gueorgui Mossilov flying in a
Marines AIMD No. 2 Aeronautical. Association for the Mia-21. .
Office Lounge., NWSED Weapons -
A-45
l CommunicationsAIMD
Special Services

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) Formerly Ronnie & The Soul Society

e ActionThe

5916 PHILIPS HIGHWAY *'f "Green Machine" of VA-45

LOUNGE .'. 733-9992 .. jf' extended its current winning
streak to 2-0 with a 20-6 victoryover
NAMTRADET. The first
talley was registered on a pass
combination from Quarter back Members of the"Green Machine"in action on the gridiron.

Willie Denzen to center Nolan
twenty yard line, was superbly NAMTRADET came back in
Landry in the first few minutes of
!r executed with short passes to the third quarter to put six on the
TtfefaKtteOwt oy 5L /4 Did an play.end Two run points by Willie were Denzen.added by Rich Aungst, Fred Kitts, Felix board, however this was all they
,
Carlucci, and Nolan Landry. were able to score due to the
A long drive starting at VA-45's
tough defensive unit spearheadedby
1te B W- Rich Aungst.
The final score of the game
1 NOW HEAR THIS!
came on a spectacular grab by
\ Rich Aungst from Willie Denzen
NOW HEAR THIS!
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JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER PAGE 15
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I Narl.'fX.i: s Up Two Easy.., WinsJax I
Alter losing it's DRC also picked
first game of the season the National up wins in coming a 6-0) halftime lead

the week before, NarJax, week to make it League a tight five last held by FICEUR with S 1
in the National League, team race.MATSG's. touchdowns by Heath and 1j
came back with a win Swink in the second half j
came over for
vengence as they rolled Weapons 3412. Hunt a 12-6 win. Bowen
along to a 20-0 win over the top was provided the early lead for _
scorer as he
_
FICEUR.The .
MARTD and a 48-0 win carried the ball over for ___ ,
over FATSOG. Over in the three touchdowns. He only other game j
was
American League the backed up by Greer with scheduled for ,last week
Marine Barracks and VP- eight points, Payne with was between Air Ops and
45 teams continued their six and Kelly with two. VP-56, but VP-56 could
respective win streaks as Berry and London scored only come up with six
they both picked up wins for Weapons. players so Air Ops was
last week. NDRC stayed in the race declared the winner by P .
NarJax's first win of the with an easy 28-0 win over forfeit.

week came over MARTD Weapons last week while ij: :jM::j::j: t :j :m : :m ::1 :j:
when Lyles scored two FA W-ll was the only team Navy-Marine
touchdowns, Leuch scoredone who had a tough time of it 4 r .. .
and Maiorana added when they edged the Bowling r
two points. FATSOG was determined Hospital team Standings

their next victim and 16-14 It was a close game W L ...if
again it was Lyles who all the way with FAW-11 MAGNIFICENT-7 49 15
turned out to be the thornin leading 10-8 at the half. THE DRUNKS 47 17
the opponents side when Myers picked up eight KINGSLEY MOTORS 39 25
he scored three times to points, Balboa six and THE BOWLING TEAM 30/33 JUNIOR GOLF WINNERS The winners of the HAS Jax Junior
IT'S ON ORDER 30 34 awarded their trophies on September 10
Golf Tournament were
him total of five
give a Rerhig two for the win-
SEMPER FI 30 34 following the NAS Jax Junior-Senior Tournament. All winners are
touchdowns for the week. ners. Baker scored both of THE SLEEPERS 29 35 dependents of active or retired military. (Lto R) Charles Smith, 10-11
Others who added to the 48 Hospital's touchdowns and MURRAY'S LUNCH 25 39 years winner Cindy Anderson, 12.13 year-old girls winner Paul
point total were Hepler Longest added two points. GREEN MACHINE 23 41 Oglesby, 12.13 year-old boys winner Bill Calvis, 14.15 year-old winners -
with two TDs, Braswell In the American Leaguethe AEB WHO? 17 46& Bruce Honck, 14-17 year-old winner.

with one TD and a point Marine Barracks ran
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: U-PlC-EM Bill Martin First U-Pic-Em Winner, I IJax


G>t10 -Bill Martin of Data Others who had perfect Crawford of FASO, Floyd

"1 BALLOTNAME Processing earned the ballots last week were Sikes of NARF, PNSN

distinction of becomingthis AMS2 Ken Watson of Mary Snyder of NATTC

years first winner in AOMD, AQAN Tim and.Walter B. Stovall of

!, the annual U-Pic-Um Stecker of NARU, Grady NARF,
contest with a perfect

RANK OR TITLE ._. AGE PHONE ballot and a tiebreakerscore
that missed by one
DUTY STATION __
SERVICE NUMBERThis
point of being exactly

( week's games) right.

WEST VIRGINIA Martin edged out six
_.__ VIRGINIA
other prognosticators with

DUKE STANFORD____ perfect ballots when he
predicted that Tennessee
TEXAS', MIAMI''
would win over Penn State

UCLA MICHIGAN by a 27-21 score. The

actual score of the game
WASHINGTON PURDUE
turned out to be 2821.

FLORIDA SMU A native of Mobile, Ala.,
Martin said he based his
MICHIGAN STATE GEORGIA TECH _. of
: pick Tennessee simplyon
NOTRE DAME ____ NORTHWESTERN.BALTIMORE' the fact that he is a big
Southeastern Conferencefan.
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