Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on February 15, 1973 · Page 5
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NEWS-HERALiy, Panama City, Fla., Thursday, February 18, 1978 Page BA Tyndall News Notes Th» Air Defense Weapons Center will host 400 cadets during th» annual summer encampment program^ for the Air Force Reserve Oftteers Training. Corps (AFROTO, acoOTdlng to the schedui* announced by Aerospace Detenee Conunand ofti' cials. Tyndall will host 200 ROTC ca- deta June ft >30 voider the four- week training program. Under the six-week training program, 200. cadets will be at Hamilton AFB, Calif., from June 10-July 21, and 200 will be at Tyndall from July 8-Aug. 18. Six-week training programs are for cadets enrolled in the ROTC program and fulfill certain requirements necessary for their completion of ROTC. Four- week programs are to orient new arrivals to the ROTC pro'' gran, A planning conference- will be held at the Air University, Maxwell AFB, Ala., to tradn personnel from the two ADC bases on how to prepare the bases for the arrival of the ROTC cadets. TSgt. Jacques 0. Easter of the Security Police Squadron at Tyndall, was recently presented the Ajr Force Commendation Medal for meritorious service. He earned the award while serving as assistant flight chief and NCOIC of the Security Police, Saigon Area Detachment at Tan Son Nhut Air Base, Republic of Vietnam. The commendation covered the period Jan. 6,1971 to Jan. o, 1973. The citation accompanying the award stated! in part that as the senior customs inspector, Sergeant Kaster established p r o c e d ures which insured prompt detection of personnel attempting to smuggle contraband and dangerous drugs into or out of the Republic of Vietnam. TEXAN CITED Three weapons controUer? of the 147th Fighter Interceptor Group, Texas Air National Guard, are currently ranked one, two and three in the USAF, either active or reserve, for the career live intercept record. The 147th Is a unit of the Air Defense Weapons Center. Captdns David D. Gibson, Mark J. Olaen and RoyC. Chase all have live intercept records in excess of eeven thousand. Working with a radar scope and radio communications witii jet interceptor pilots, these experienced intercept directors guide the pilot to intercept target aircraft simulating hostile aircraft penetration of United States airspace. OPEN FORUM The Nature of Prejudice will I be the topic of the next Open Fo­ rum discussion Tuesday at 7 :30 p.m. in the Chapel Two annex. All aspects of prejudice will be covered including its origins, how people can overcome prejudice, and examples of different types of prejudice. A Kim entitled "Is It Always Right to be Right?" will be part of the program. The Forum recently started its second year of weekly meetings. For further information call the Social Actions office, 2410 or 2739. OUTSTANDING AIRMEN Nominations for the Out­ standing Ah-man of the Year competitimi sponsond by the Air Force Aasodfltion are due at the Pnraonal Affairs office, building 743 prior to IXaRh 1. Airmen of all ranks are eligible and squadron commanders vi^ make the selections within their units to compete for the Weapons Center title. The Weapons Center selectee will be entered in ADC competttkn. Reindeer-tending Lapps of northern Norway use snow scooters to round up strays and transport supplies. THE WEATHER MAY BE COLD?... BUT THE BUYS ARE HOT AT PENNEYS NOWI 15% off all Sale 3 Reg.3 for 1.79. Cotton pullover undershirts with short sleeves andtapeSkOi-S. kid stuff. 1 _ "NsJ Sale S-l^ Reg. 3for 1.79. Training pants of two-way stretch rib-knit nylon. 1-3. Sale Reg. 3.49. Cotton thermal knft eilb blanket with nylon satin binding. 36x50 inches. White and pastels. Sale 1°* Reg. 1*49. Our own Toddletlme* disposable diapers in Daytime Absorbency. By the box. Sale Reg. 3.69. Footed stretch terry playault. Stretch nylon In solid colors. 0-2. Sale Reg. 2.07. Knit gown with tie bottom and ribbed cuffs. 0^neV»' modacrylic in pastels. Sale 2« Reg. 2.90. Printed crib sheet with elasticized corners. Sanforized® cotton. Sale. Quitted or woven spreads. Rc»mS9.'Diana'niIly catted throw-style bedspread features rose design pattern on white background. Acetate top* polyealer fill and back. lleg.ft7.'NewVaHe|QP brigMans thebedroomwNh fashion solid colors of wroven cotton. Ball fringe trim. Pann- Prest for easy care. Full size reg. $1»9ili1B1l». Reg. &99 'Chelsea' soHd color textured weave bedspmad of easy care cottoa Machine wash, tumble dry. Full size reg. a99. Srie&49. iprieeeeHeelfi 227 Girls' neat knits of Penn-Preat» polyester/cotton. Short raglan sleeves with ribbed crew neck styling. Assorted solid colors. Sizes 7-16. Girls' boycut jeans in bfue cotton chambray denim. Ail iiave red contrast stitching. Popular flare-leg styling. Sizes 7-14. Special 2«or$5 Men's print dress shirts of polyester/ cotton, ^led with long point collar and ahort sleeves. Assorted prints sizes 14 'y £-17. Special Men's polyester knit slacks. Styled wMi wide belt loops, flare leg and western pockahk PennPrsst^to neednoiroRhic^iil solidSi sizes 3^40. Also in pettsme, special &99 Spedall" Girls clear vinyl bubble umbrella with color border, smart looped handle. Every little gtrl you know needsono. Special buy Misses Spring Duster 399 e Sizes 8-18 • Snap front • Comfort plus good looks VH - Special each Standard size bed pillow with Kodel® polyester fiber filling and Penn-Preet tieking. Machine wartwble. Spedeil 2 F . n Casual socks for men, reinforced heel for extra wear. Acrylic/nylon with ribbed top. Solkl colors. Fits sizes 10-13. SHOP 9-9 IPAY JCPenney We icnoMr what voifte looking for. 437 HARRISON AVE.

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