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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: May 31, 1973
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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; VOL.. 31 NO. 11 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Ar? Station,Jacksonville, Florida JUNE. 1, 1973 : t



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: ',:, Jax-The Department, Defense has sent to Congress j

proposed legislation which would, if passed, restructurethe I I'
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flight pay system for officers and delay the ;

scheduled cut-off date of flight pay for captains and

...... above in non-operational flying billets. ."'
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The change in the flight pay three years, $150; over four :
system, proposed to take effect years, $165; and over six year, -r r.)
January 1, 1974, is intended to $245 per month, where it would
help Detain aviation officer until the officer ,
,.: stay completes a i un tRIf ,
persontel completing their first total of 18 years active service as 2 I .i ii
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obligated tours of duty. an officer. .... ... '
1. ., To accomplish this, the new After 18 years active service as "to \ .... f. '... :'
plan would offer the highest rate an officer, monthly flight pay t t TE 1 i
j of flight pay when an officer would then drop $20 every two ..'..,. .) tiilIIM10.D01NEI ,
aviation crewmember goes over years,reaching$165 when over 24 -" Tn J ._REUEti .
the six year point of time in years service. All flight pay i SERVICE '
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aviation duty., would terminate when the officer _____ .__._ ,1.
Flight pay would be based on has over 25 years total active ,PACKING IT IN FOR NAVY RELIEF Two VW-4 ''"Hurricane Hunters" bag groceries at the
the amount of time served in the service as an officer. Commisary with all tips going to the Navy Relief Fund Drive. This Is the third straight year that VW- I
aviation field and would be The sequence of flight pay 4 has used this means of helping the drive.The day's work netted $43.31. ;
,unrelated to rank or total time in rates would be effective for en-
service.Aviation duty time would signs through captains. However,
Relief Drive
begin with the effective date of 0-7's could receive no more than Navy Lagging:1Navy :
the initial order:to perform flying $160 per month,and 0-8's no more
duties (flight training). than $165"Save Relief fund-drive officials the keymen& the May 30 payday Training Center, a Marine I
t"\. For those under two years Pay" provisions are were hoping Wednesday that because reports of donations Aviation Support Training
flight pay would be $100 per included in the proposed keymen were taking full advantage received through Wednesday Group, Commander Training .\
I month. The following sequence legislation to, help smooth the 'of f the, ,)final! military totalled only,,$16,330.34. Wing 8 and Training Squadron 86,
,', would apply thereafter: transition from the old tq the pew payday during the! campaign.:; 'Goal'for the drive, which ends' 'report contributions of ,$3,800.27, w

'r:"' ," "Over two years, $125; over flight payjsystems! ,. ..... ... ., tTbe- ...ofticial, .., rep41! k,.1g.\9...... .,\- ,,', June One..6,official.is $50,000.noted, ,Wednesdaythat J which is: ''52, percent of their,.' .,1"objective ; .j.:'

VP-45 of Of Command Today; the campaign: is not "that far'I NAS Jacksonville contribution's .1
Change ; behind" the pace set last year rose in the past week to $2,735.18, 1
0 when more than $50,000 was or 76 .percent of their objective ;
: RAdm. Hadden To Be Guest Speaker raised., compared to 54 percent last
: He said hopefully keymen were week. "

to. ,Jax-Cdr. J.M. Notargiacomo is scheduled to relieve Cdr. P.E. Herring todayas close on the heels of persons in Other NAS Jacksonville
I their areas as they cashed their commands reporting include the
,. Commanding Officer o'f VP-45. May 30 paychecks. Results from staff of Commander Fleet Air,
The ceremonies are set for 11 a.m. in Hangar 1000. with RAdm. Mayo A. this effort would not be known Jacksonville, $230, for 51 Percent -
:* Hadden, Commander Fleet Air Wings, U. S. Atlantic Fleet as guest speaker. until today or early. next week, he ; the staff of CommanderFleet
.-"' :d. Cdr. Notargiacomo received his Bachelor of Science degree from Fordham said.Wednesday's. Air Wing 11, $231.75, for 52
report included the Commissary Store,
\v.5;>-'":-, University before being commissioned an ensign 1955. He was then ordered to inputs from nine more com. $23,50 percent for; 24 percent and the

\:.*":<",', Flight Training and was designated a Naval Aviator in 1957. mands that reported last week, Drug Rehabilitation Center, $106,
f: "\"':: Before reporting to VP-45 as Executive Officer, Cdr. Notargiacomo received a for a total of 45 commands for 13 percent.

:':':,';," Masters degree from George Washington University and served on .the'staff ofI' reporting from 65 commands Also, Fleet Intelligence Center

I'>:"' ''r the Chief of Naval Operations as the Asian Joint Plans and Vietnamization Of- participating. 81 Europe, $76.80, for 13 percent;
: :; Attack Squadron of NAS FASOTRAGUl.ANT DeY Jax, $12,
4' ":,
; .: ficer..v Cecil Field was the only command for 8 percent ; Marine Air ,
I < ,.; He had previous tours with VP-11, VP-18 and exchange duty with the Canadian that met or exceeded its Reserve Training Detechment
I w.::., \ Air Force. suggested goal during the past lax, $95, for 27 percent ; Marine
I Cdr. Herring will be temporarily assigned to FAW-11. week. They report contributionsof Air Reserve Training Support i
for this summer's $829, 118 percent of a Group, $51,for 13 percent; Navy
The "Pelicans" currently preparing Sigonella
I are recommended $700. Finance Office, $88.90, for 71 percent -
deployment, the ,first time a P-3C squadron has been assigned to the The Naval Air Rework Facilityat ;Navy Weather Facility, $78,
: Mediterranean. NAS Jacksonville remains tops for 62 percent; Naval Regional
-.... J :. -Jll Ilili percentage-wise. They've Medical Center, $287, for 12 per .
-collected $8)5.75) compared to a cent and Naval Air Technical
suggested total of $150. Training Center, $591.66, for 13
Other commands who earlier percent.The I.
.,( met or exceeded their recom- Woodpeckers of VP-40!) are
mended goals include the staff of. still out front in the patrol
A c Commander Attack Carrier Air squadron community as NAS
Wing Reserve 20, Disease Jacksonville with $815, for 68 per- ,
Vector ,Ecology Control Center, cent. VP-62 reports $164, for 66
Marine Air Reserve Training percent; VP-24, $402.84, for 37 l<
J Detachment, Marine Barracks percent; VP-56, $300, for 26 percent ;
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and the Hydrographic Center, all ; VP-16, $220 for 18 percent
. of NAS Jacksonville,and the staff and VP-45 $160 for 13 percent;
of Commander Carrier Air Wing
F The Hurricane Hunters of YW-4
3 of NAS Cecil Field.
just past the halfway mark.
are
NAS Ga. 2nd tenant
Glynco, ,
AlRAdm with $475, for 53 percent.
commands there, continue to set
the pace as top dollar con- NAS Cecil Field reports
,-_, ,. tributors.. The air station along collections of $1,749.68, or 57 percent of
Cdr, Notargiacomo Hadden Cdr. Herring with a Naval Air Technical '. of their suggested goal. t'

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Saturday, June 2 Potatoes, Boiled Cabbage & Carrots,
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Potatoes Pastry Bar. Hominy Grits Fried Eggs to Order,
Friday,June 1 Broccoli, Simmered Pinto Beans, BRUNCH: Beef Rice Soup, Hot French Toast w.Syrup. Choice of E1\Y1ll1\ $
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JA.XIR, : 5.2WS,. BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato Potatoes, Buttered Mixed Vegetables, : p.m.
Fellowship 1:30
Juice Hominy_ Grits, Fried Eggs to Cream Style! Corn, Salad Bar, Oat. p.m.
Order, Griddle Cakes Evening Worship 730; p.m.
w.Syrup Choiceof meal Cookies, Boston Cream Pie.
The JAX AIR NEWS 1 it at the Small Chapel.
a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Bacon or Luncheon Meat,
distributed each Scrambled Eggs w.Ham, Pastry Bar. Wednesday,June
Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Stall on, BREAKFAST Chilled .Tuesday
BRUNCH Cream of Tomato Grapefruit
Jacksonville. Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Grilled Cheeseburgers, French Fried Soup Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Bar, Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup,.Choice p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
must be forwarded to the Public,Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Lemon Meringue Pie, Chocolate of Ham or Pork Sausage, Baked Pork Christian Science Service I
Cookies. & Beans, Pastry Bar. p.m. at'th Small Chapel.
Jacksonville by 12:00 -
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DINNER: Split Pea Soup, Bread
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: ..nfusal' to print' advertising' from that source." Potatoes, Corn Muffins, Pastry Bar. Butterscotch Pudding, Martha
I DINNER: Navy Bean Soup, Washington Cream Pie.Thursday Mass 5 p.m. at
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Beets Seasoned
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southeast corner of Yorktownand Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, a a ?

Ranger. All military and Chef Salad Bowl, Sunset Salad, *: i ,
civilian personnel and their Waldorf Salad. "
guests are invited to use the Egg Custard Pie, Devil Food Jax-The University of f'

facility. Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted South Carolina plans tor: "'.
Breakfast is served from 6-8 Puddings. .; .. reserve spaces.for :
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This week's menu is as follows: Meat Loaf with Creole Soup, Baked Sauce, enroll there. for: the fall:;: :
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Chop Suey, Liver .r t" ''c,," ; 1
Tomato Soup, Spaghetti withMeat with Onions, 7 oz. Chopped 30.. : ,
Sauce, Boiled Corn Beef Sirloin, Fish Cakes with Slaw. ." !.. The University took this : :;
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Potatoes, ". action additonal
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Cutlets with apples; oz. Chopped Mashed Potatoes Rice and +.r \: .,+:. '
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Gravy, Macaroni and Cheese, CAREER ENDS AT FICEURLIC Morris I. Bailey and his wife, .
for veterans who
Fried might ;
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Peas.
Earnestine,are piped over the side at FICEUR'as Chief Bailey ends a
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Pineapple Cream Pie, Boston 21-year Naval career. find i it difficult to gain : ,

Gravy, Blackeyes, Turnip Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Assorted college admittance, due to J
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Salad, Tossed Thursday,June 7 VolunteersNeeded I PHONE 368.1535 number of J
Salad, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Bean Soup, Roast Turkey with I Ir Navy personnel
Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Dressing, Vegetable Beef Stew to be released from active 1,
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, with Rice, Barbeque Pork on : (C I II duty this summer. "
Chef Salad Bowl, Tuna Salad, Buns, 7 oz.Chopped Sirloin, Fish. The American Red Cross is
Beet and Onion, Carrot and French Fried Potatoes, looking for dependable Youth 12490251 King St. s,
Raisin. Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Volunteers' for the summer. If I Jacksonville, Florida 37204 I
Chocolate Cream Pie, Layer Gravy, Field Peas, Mustard you are a Navy dependent interested .. WANTED I .
Cake, Apple Pie,. Assorted Greens, Corn. in helping people and are ,1
Puddings. Coconut Cream Pie, BananaCake 14 or older, we need you to help in I. USEDCAMERASANDEQUIPMENT.WEPAY I ,
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Minestrone Soup, Fried Puddings.. Red Cross office at Cecil Field. I TOP OOLLAR-288.8S3S I ..,......... ,h'j
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Mashed Potatoes, Rice and French Fried Potatoes, .
Gravy, Corn, Broccoli, Great Mashed Potatoes Rice and

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CDR Ben F. Short, Commanding Officer of Attack Squadron Eighty.Six. .
T --A---- Since this photo was taken Elinich has been promoted to AMS2. a attl. aa

YNC Joan Adams of VA-174 Admin Department was recently
reenlisted for SIX more years. This will give Chief Adams well over ,
twenty years in the USN as she had served better than 17 years prior to.11..1.
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:: reenlisted for another SIX years by CDR J.D. Taylor, Commanding f
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AMS1 Charles W. Lancaster J.
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get them now...
you & Associates Inc. is a personnel recruiting firm
specializing In career oriented |fob opportunities.
...with a. new or used automobile or cycle loan. Lowest tat \

available anywhere on new cars liberal financing terms! I EXECUTIVE SEARCH MBA

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," EASY, AUTOMATIC REPAYMENT you wish,. payments may be" MARKETING
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deducted from your'pay. ....
..1 We are a member of NATIONAL PERSONNEL CON-
AS CLOSE AS YOUR MAIL BOX loan applications and payments.may.. be
SilL T ANTS with affiliate offices throughout the nation
made mail.
by wo se can put you In touch with our NPC affiliate In your
FREE CREDIT LIFE INSURANCE up to $10,000 on insurable borrowers dcJred geopgraphlcal location.
\ Please call or forward your resume to arrange 'a
confidential Interview.
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t Jax-The Navy Exchange
gasoline contractor has advised Jax-Summer driving can be and when properly treated, are
hot and uncomfortable cool safe from insect .
that, due to the nationwide fuel or reasonably
shortage, the supply of gasoline and enjoyable.To have the latter, damage. Your Navy Exchange i ilaundrydrycleaningtailoring
:, to be made available will be your car air-conditioner must be textile services department
limited. in top operating condition. Visit ( ) ,
The current usage rate is far the Navy Exchange Automotive is capable of safeguarding your \ !
u exceeding the limited quanitiesand Center to take advantage of the garments throughout the sum-
could result in no gasoline # a Air-Conditioner Maintenance mer storage months.

being available to the Navy Special which includes When you're hot and tired and \ .-
Exchange within approximately Lr recharging the system and in need of a refreshing pick-me- I.
45 days unless action is taken to checking and replacing hoses if up, remember that conveniently

conserve and-or reduce the GIFTS FROM THE GALS-Mrs. Joseph Hagan (Left) and Mrs. necessary. located Navy Exchange drink \
consumption of gasoline. Reginald Berry show the gifts presented to them by Jax 84 at the machines are loaded with a
Authorized Navy Exchange club's anniversary celebration.See( story below) Have you ever dreamed you variety of ice cold, thirst quen-
had butler? Let .
a Navy
your
patrons are encouraged to form ching beverages,
Exchange Food Service Facility
car pools for to .
transportation
and from work, refrain from Tax 86 Marks AnniversaryJaxIn help make that dream come true. Don't forget that "Special
Let them do the work for your Someone" on that certain special '
driving, etc. in 1
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unneccessary next party. Ask Food Services with Flowers". Local :.
order to assist in reducing your day."Say it j t',
gasoline consumption.Due a setting of maypolesand interest in and support of the representative for details or wire order flower service is ):
to the gasoline shortageand spring flowers, NWCA Jax 86 club.Mrs. about professionally catered available through your Navy
high operating costs, the celebrated its 26th anniversaryMay Joseph Hagan, a member party platters. He can be con- Exchange Personalized Services
Navy Exchange Service Station 23.with a salad luncheon at of.the club for the past 17 years, tacted at Ext. 3519. Center at prices you can afford.
hours of operation will be its clubhouse received a charm. Mrs. Hagan
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modified as follows until further has the' longest period of, continuous Garment manufacturers and If you're on PCS orders, why
Honored Mrs. Hank: industry publications recommend not at offers .
notice: guests service. of any club stay: a Navy Lodge ;
Wernet, club president in 1961 member. : .that woolens or: wool blend attractive.units,reasonable rates
Bldg.26 is secured each Sundayand and 1962, and Mrs. Wilbert garments be drycleaned and and a wide variety of services.
second
A place
each Thursday evening. Wagner, president during 1963 in the plaque Southeast denoting month-proofed before summer Interested personnel: ''should
Bldg. 439 (NATTC) is secured and 1964, assisted Mrs. Ronald Regional annual storage.Drycleaning removes all contact the Navy Lodge. managerat
ti every day. Celmer,current Jax 86 president, scrapbook judging was awardedto food stains that attract insects Ext. 2540. -
Mrs. Richard Kannair Jax 86
in cutting the birthday cake made ,
scrapbook chairman. .
Thomas
by Mrs. Woffard.

Mrs. Reginald Berry, past William Also in Vaught attendence,one of was the club's Mrs. I VP-18 Mugs AvailableJaxA I

sponsor and honorary member of sponsors.
the club, was presented a Jax 86 Chairman for the luncheon was. number of VP-18 reunion.
guard in appreciation of her Mrs. Dwight LaMar. commemorative mugs are Persons interested in

still available for squadron obtaining one of the mugs

members who were unable should contact ADJC ''I I
.imom. Open'for )your convenience 6 a.m.-lO p.m. to attend the "Flying Bodin at 771-1892 or 264- t

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WHEN was the last time you visited
your Installation's Library? We can't LJ-HAUL: If you're truly serious,we can show you how.
promise you'll find St.Petersburg,Fla. Since 1955 we've trained thousands of men for high-
model 1 Carol Huebner, but there's certainly paying careers as Heavy Diesel Equipment Operatorsand '1
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coven that will entertain, enlightenand r AL | Men who know how to operate and maintain Dozers: ;.
improve you. We'll make book on I Graders, Scrapers and Cranes have the skills that earn
top wages-the same skills you can acquire.
JU!
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AI's Westslde U-Haul" also learn by working on real machinery I
tHE RPRRTmenTJWItH 4807 BLANDING BLVD PHONE 771-5092 Accredited School..National Is the nation's only

(Next door to Putt-Putt) strictly resident heavy equipment training school
POOL! accredited by the National Association of Trade and '
b IW\mm\OG\ \ YOUR ONI-STOP MOVING\:' ClNffP '.' *- t : Technical Schools, Washington, D. C. Approved for

4O Neighborhood- Dealers Across the Country. Veterans training, Including Veterans with service
AnEGOOD LIFE- \ connected disability. Take the first step to a career of
=..... high wages. Write today for details on how you can
FROm S20.Vi'Ia \ u++AUI qualify.

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Right, on '
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Juan to Jammes. OISICHU rtf MOttSfNOLI MOVIMS 1 NAME, .AGE...:... I "
apartments. roaunCaI.U.1ItH*24 ft. RENT
left' to complete, 'Info can: AUTOMATIC" Mirrs/UtltS. Local or One Way I ADDRESS, PHONE_.. 1
(IN30UNCI Low Rates- By Day

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New School


Family Night Slated ,.I Program
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$' Jax-Enlisted personnel are cordially invited to enjoy .", J

;...."1) t I I Hall.Family Night June 6 at the NAS Jax Enlisted Dining :\ :t StudiedJaxA

,;\ All quests are required to be accompanied by an new program

; active duty military sponsor. called the Enlisted Degree

{1 Reservations are not required, but would be ap ,e! Completion Program

preciated. Call Ext. 3302 or 3669. (EDCOP) is being studiedfor
The menu includes: Vegetable Soup, Chili Hot Dog or 1 x r. possible implemen-

; Barbecue Spareribs, French Fried Potatoes, Potato r :c l tation.

; Salad, Baked Beans (Western Style), Frankfurter Rolls, The program comes in

.1 Salad Bar, Dessert Bar, and Western Fruit Punch. 1 a two forms:

............ .,.,.,.,..... ..........-... ......., -..... -- - 'n, ... ._ EDCOP I would allow
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sufficient college creditsup
I I TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS
,, to 12 months to obtain aBachelor's
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"EAGLE" ALPHA CREW-Cdr. Ronald G. Castle ((2nd from Left, Degree from a

Front Row),VP.16 skipper,talks things over with his ALPHA winningcrew. civilian univeristy.
Jax-The following is a report Number of days since an injury Shown are: Front Row: Lt fig) Queen, Cdr. Castle, Lt. Whitco, Each selectee would
} of motor vehicle accidents and last year at this time 51. Lt. Bobo and Lt. Walsh. Back Row: AMSl Camp, AX1 Winn, AWC receive full pay and
; traffic violations for the period of is the first to be
Posniak. The crew
i+ Number of Violations Read AMH1 Bryant and Lt (ig) allowances as well as all
May 1420. "Orion" aircraft. ;
In VP 16's new P-3C
ALPHA -
This Period 104.Speeding designated tuition, books and fees. 1
Number of Accidents 40. Selectees would be

This Period 9. Reckless driving 1. required to go on to Of-
I This Period a year ago 14. Going through stop sign 7. Sailors of Year i
ficers Candidate School.
( Total Accidents this year 187. Other Violations 56.
i Total Accidents Through this Thirty seven drivers appeared EDCOP II would allow ,
f period last year. 163. before their Commanding Of enlisted men up to 24 .. ;

\ Total number of days since last ficers. Named By CNO"Secretary months to obtain a j

I injury in a motor vehicle 14. Disposition of the cases included Bachelor's Degree from a 1
1 Accident
the following: seven lost civilian university. 1
of the Navy John Walls (Shore).
driving and parking privileges officers will Selectees would receive
W. Warner and I are pleased to "These three petty
THE FIRST UNITED aboard the station for various
to and
all
visit Washington in June regurlar pay
and Adm.
Adm.
I PENTECOSTAL CHURCH assignedto join Clarey
periods; fourteen were '
Cousins in announcing the receive Secretary of the Navy allowances. Educational
complete an eight-hour coursein
t Extends to You a Cordial remedial driving one received Navymen chosen as the Sailors of Warner's and my congratulationsalong expenses would be borne
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Welcome to All ServicesSunday meritorious
suspension; fifteen were given the Year. with a and their wives by the member; however,
They
Sunday School 10:00 a.m warning; five were referred for "This year the Sailors of the will promotion.then enjoy five days of R&Rat VA benefits would in most i
a Morning Worship 11:00
I'. I Evangelistic' 7:30 p.m.a.m. Admin. Action two were Year program has been ex a location of their choice in cases reduce the impact of ;
Thursday<< dismissed; none were fined (U.S. panded to include those individuals '
CONUS. this
r Bible Study ySOp.m. Magistrate; and two were assigned to shore duty. expense. i
Friday disuplined under Article is 15 of The three petty officers, two "The selection of these three I
+), 4 Youth REV.W.LCOHROHPASTOR Service 7:30 p.m. the UCMJ. chosen by the,fleet commandersand individuals from among the

;F i 433 Druid Avenue Thirty-two drivers were the third by a selection board many personnel placed in CPO Wives
:I''j t Off 39-710 Res:39t-Sa assessed 112 traffic points. within BUPERS,exemplify those competition was made particularly
men and women who have difficult because of the
.', i dedicated their energies and uniformly impressive records To Meet
abilities to the, defense of our performance of each candidate.The .
JJ J WESTSfDE TOYOTA INC.JACKSONVILLE'S country through service in the dedication to duty of all Jax--The Chief Petty
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United States Navy. participants was most gratifyingto Officers Wives will hold l

NO. 1 QUALITY I The FY73 Sailors of the Year witness. their regular meeting Y

1 ORIENTED SMALL are: QM1 Talmadge W. "You should all feel justifiably Monday, June 4, at 8 p.m.
CAR
i DEALER Bohannon (CINCPACFLT), ET1 proud of your recognized contributions in the NAS Jax CPO Club. '
Terry M. Sullivan (CIN- to our Navy." Signed:
$2679 P.O.E CLANTFLT) and AMS2 Leon E.R. Zumwalt, CNO. All wives of active or j
73 Corona 4 Dr. $1998 P.O.E. $2589 retired E-7 through E-9's

73 Corolla DOEcf ;:: ;: ;:;: : :;:;: : ; t::;: : t ffl3:...*..=:...:.Wo.";: .w.w.w..w.::: :::;:; -:;:;:;::: :.:.:.:.:....::.::= ::: are invited to attend the b
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j:*j> CHAMPUS benefit. Drug items .
BUY NOW... ftI::: AMX-Jawfiii -Ambassador-Matador ::&::::}:! which a physician prescribes but
:::: HOKNET CXEMUN which can be purchased over the
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Every mile h a pleasure U a guarantee BSI 4 ear. ::::
Chose see el tkest ticclUat bargain tdl,. : SOUTHSIDII AMERICAN1 'S Hluff< HIGHWAV j
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70TOYOTA DODGE CHARGER COROLLA COUPE RTLoaded SIMS S1SYS tIDl& [ :&tl : t=t ::1 ::::$::;:::% :: -::-:' -='; .y. :::::::::: TIMUQUANATERRACE :

71 COROLLA COUPE AT. R&H Sim i ::::-:'-:: &: &KKH&&!:::::::: -:::.-:.-:. :: :::: :::::.. :: :: ::::::::
71 TOYOTA COROLLA cyl.Auto.R&H WS
71 TOYOTA CELICA ST.4 speed R&H $22fS i Consolidate Your Bills To $2,000.00 Apartments
72 OLDS: CUTLASS cyl.Auto.AC P.S. $2S9SR&H :: .'
Nice. TERMS TO SUIT YOU AT.BANK RATES' POOlePatloseBaiconies
72CHEVYNOVA6cyl.ATR&H.WWTires S23tS L S W.TW Carpehora
I 10.000 miles still under warranty. I ,Central Heat&Air :'

t I 70 MAVERICK Auto. R&H,6cyl SU9S I SOUTHERN / J Sti y Modem Laundry Kitchen Room Appliances. '

fj 1 BR FURNISHED ,
Used' Car Phone 3896668. or 9 1 INDUSTRIALBANK '
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HISTORYELEANOR HOLMES NORTON b Effective July 1Jax


1 CIVIL LIBERTIES LAWYER A 6.1 percent cost-of- The Commission is assigning

( Mrs. Eleanor Holmes Norton 3 living annuity increase for some extra employees to process claims
replaced Simeon Golar as head of 1,200,000 retired Federal em- Even with the increase in claims,

the Human Rights Commission in : ployees and survivors will the new retirees should get
i the Spring of 1970. Head of the become effective July 1. retirement checks within a few

city's principal antidiscrim Ei1 j The increase will be reflectedin weeks after the necessary

ination agency, Mrs. Norton is annuity checks mailed August records are received in. the
; also the highest ranking Black in 1. Commission.
the Administration for New York generated bya
The increase was
Mayor John V. Lindsay. rise in the Consumer Price

Upon acknowledging her appointment Index (CPI) above the base Records of an employee's
service, salary, and retirement
Mrs. Norton figure of 124.3 established in April
characterized the function of the :tl: :4\'C'.r' 1972. The CPI reached 128.6 in deductions are maintained by

Commission as one of the February, 129.8 in March, and employing agencies. They are
that "irrational" i i ir forwarded to the Commission,
assuring 130.7 in April 1973, for a net increase
criteria of race, religion, or '<",< of 5.1 percent over the with the retirement application,
national origin be eliminated as : if base figure, to result in an annuity after the agency pays the employee's -

grounds for evaluating the increase of 6.1 percent. final salary-usually 20
: personal merits of job applicants.At JAX 86 REMEMBERS. Judy Crowley (Left), Chaplain for the of annuity increase to 30 days after the date of
The amount an
Jax 86 Wives Club, and Mrs. Fay Celmer, Club president, ,lay retirement.The .
this time, Mrs. Norton included Memorial Day flowers by the mainside flag pole in tribute to the ,under a 1965 law, is basedon

i sex among the irrational servicemen who have given their lives throughout the nation's history.O" the highestincreaseof atleast 3 first thing the Commissiondoes
factors which sometimes caused percent over the base CPI duringa
when it receives
i discrimination and pledged to consecutive 3-month period, a
Club HappeningsBy retirement claim is to notify the
; remove this consideration from plus an additional 1 percent
applicant of its receipt and of the
the list of acceptable job criteria. authorized by a 1969 law.
; claim number assigned to him.
Capt. P.L. Falcone The big provider,DAD, has his Since cost-of-living increasesare
... In 1968, while serving as a Civil Jax-Must few words At the same time, the Com-
J say a day on June 17 and the Club will granted automatically, an-
Liberties Attorney, Mrs. Norton mission notifies the health insurance
t about the great steak cookout honor him by preparing a special nuitants need not write to the -
demonstrated her dedication to carrier that the
) held last Saturday night. buffet. Pop's dinner will be Civil Service Commission to employee
( principle by pressing for the right has shifted to the
The bad weather held off long
FREE and Mom all the bills Obtain them.
of George Wallace to hold an pays retirement rolls and to maintainhis
enough for Chef Danny to per- (who's kidding who?). Current Federal employee who
t outdoor ralley at Shea Stadium. sonally please the tastes of all As an old spaghetti bender, I are eligible to retire and wish to coverage.
She followed
through on her stand
concerned. We topped off this am looking forward to June 30 qualify for the cost-of-living Next, the Commission obtains
despite stiff opposition from the
,j Mayor and noisy protests from highly successful night by dan- when the Club presents "A Nite in increase must be separated or in all records of prior Federal
liberal cing to the music of the Johnny Napoli". The main courses will a non-pat"status before midnightJune from its records
quarters. employment
Jelinek Band, who had no trouble
be lasagna and veal 30.
parmesan The claim is then readyfor
Born in Washington, D. C. in satisfying the desires of all the served buffet style. Decorationsand In pending disability center. which
special payment ,
1938,Mrs. Norton is a graduate of dancers.
music will the Italian retirement
tipify cases,applicants may of check basedon
Antioch College, and holds Make plans now to attend three consists issuing a
atmosphere.June to them
request agencies place on close estimate of the annuity i
masters and law degrees from super events at the Club this leave without pay from and including a

Yale. A transplanted Manhat- month: is expected to be a very July I, 1973 to qualify for date. j

tanite,she has had to search for at' On June 10, Marian Conner heavy month in wedding the annuity increase.If The first special payment is

t' dependable formula enabling her makes her second appearancewith receptions and hail and the disability retirement made in the vast majority of
J
: to combine the rigors of her interpretation of Painted farewells. If you plan some claim
is disallowed, sick or an- cases within 10 days after receipt
:o bureaucratic life with the Ladies. The of the buffet 1
price celebration at the club during this nual leave with pay must be of the application from the em- ,
challenges of being a wife and will include the performance. month, please contact Betty substituted retroactively for the ploying agency. Additional \

mother. She seems capable of Dinner time is 630; p.m. and 8:30 Anderson as soon as possible to leave without pay.,If the claim is special payments are made \
succeeding in both endeavors. is show time.
.\I p.m. make arrangements. allowed, the accumulated annual monthly until the exact amount of "

leave will be payable a lump the annuity has been computed,
sum.Sick leave will be allowed in then any difference between
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J' Now In Park the computation of the annuityrate. special payments and the exact
Open Orange
amount due on a regular basis is \
Anticipating a "bulge" in the adjusted. .
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employees taking advantage of Despite the unusually high

the cost-of-living increase, the workloads created by costofliving -

.. Commission has directed retirements, the Com-
},. agencies to review applications mission expects to complete final

carefully at the point of origin judgement on most of the claims I

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DRUG ABUSEA AFTER YOU'VE OWNED VOLVO,



five week enforcement WHAT ELSE IS THERE ?

operation, "Operation Cactus,"
v along the Arizona-Mexican bor-
der has resulted.in the cripplingof
a major drug ring and the seizure I
of$19.1 million in illegal nar-
cotics including 24Vfc tons of
marijuana and the arrest of over ;. AC0
' 100 traffickers. vP4 t
The international enforcementeffort
was carried out by a joint
team program: the Bureau of
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Customs, the Bureau of Narcotics
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and Dangerous Drugs, the
Mexican Government, State and
local police in the Sonora, a
Mexico-Yuma, Arizona area. i t

The carefully coordinated ope- I
ration resulted addition to the
seizure of 9.3
marijuana poundsof l'P7 riC: : < \k
heroin, several private'dwell Ag : .
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houses, one valued at $100,000; :r
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vehicles and weapons.

The street value of the marijuana 4 cv \
would be$16,737,000.The
heroin would have brought $2.5
million on the illicit U.S. market. M
Records of a large smuggling
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conspiracy responsible for bring-
ing tons of marijuana and multi-
kilos of heroin into the U.S. were
also captured.

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The operation dove-tailed workof
Operation Cactus on both sides
of the U.S.-Mexican border. It

brought acquired into recently play new by both technology Federal There comes a time in every mans. 'cars, on a 164 these things wren't ,:

agencies, and involved the use of life when he must.leave his Volvo behind. luxuries. They're standard equipment. '.,: .,
Customs detector dogs, radio And head for the wide Volvo .< ;:':.
equipped vehicles, aircraft;' I ,:'-' open spaces The sports car ((1800ES) isn't., & :..
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luxury car. Or perhaps the dashing world of trunk. It not only hauls 'ICar and Driver 4 ;

and Commissioner BNDD Director Vernon John D.E.Acree In- a sports car. Magazine clocked from a standstill to '.'

gersoll, appearing at a joint press Butvhile he must give up his Volvo 60 in 9.2 seconds), it carries. By stretching : ,.
r conference cited Operation Cactus sedan, he doesn't have to give. up owning the roof backward and the trunk floor .'''. ',.' ;
as an example of President
Nixon's total war on narcotics a Volvo.The forward the 1 1800ES provides a carpeted
and drug abuse in action. Volvo station wagon ( the 145)) cargo area about 5*x 4 x 22"with the rear .;

has lots of wide open spaces. With the rear seat down.. ;'

seat down there's enough room for a wherever you roam, you'll still .

., six-foot sofa. And up front for a 6!/-foot begetting the.comforts and!-features of the ':;'.:- r

;: person (actually, two 6VHoot: persons). But :-Volvo,sedan.. Like fully-reclining bucket ..' r .

outside, ,our Volvo wagons are exactly the '., ,seats with an adjustable l lumbar support '. I, '.
same size as our Volvo sedans.,Which ." ::t to make the.seat backs firmer or softer..: ;:. ,

means they give you'a lot of room without. Power-assisted disc brakes on all four

DEERSPR1NGSESTATES" ; taking up much. wheels A rear window defroster-defogger.. ,:. ..' ,

The Volvo luxury car (the 164)) has A turning'radius smaller than a VW'S. And ', .' .

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I'{ VP-16 Celebrates 27 Years Of Service., I

By Lt. L.G. Jordan
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VP-16 PAO
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Jax- Patrol Squadron 16, under the command of Cdr
Ronald G. Castle, celebrates its birthday this month andlooks
mod Sar back upon 27 years service in the Jacksonvillearea.

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Known throughout the Navy as the "Eagles", the
.: squadron has the primary mission of detecting, trackingand
if necessary, destroying enemy submarines.
7 Secondary missions include mine laying, shipping
surveillance, reconnaissance and search and rescue

operations.VP16 .
was commissioned in May 1946 at Cecil Field as
VP-ML-56. The squadron operated six amphibious PBY
"Catalinas."Redesignated Patrol Squadron 741 in 1949,
the squadron continued to operate in reserve status until
MERCY MISSION-Truckloads of food and'clothing for victims of Hurricane Camille are loaded the start of hostilities in Korea in 1951 when the time-
aboard, a VP-14 P-3A for transportation to Salvation Army teams working out of Keesler Air Force honored "Catalinas" were replaced by P2A-2 "Nep
Bate
..'.:- tune" patrol bombers. ,
';:;' > VP-741 became a part of the regular Navy in February
) .{;< ; 1953 with the new designation of Patrol Squadron 16. The

\F!,, ," ,. .:. ... squadron then deployed to Port Lyautey, Morocco and
>" .!<- .. :\: conducted extensive operations with the NATO forces.
1: '. ".'..".-".-.. 'If'"t':" '" \' ''' :''.rioi.1 ,j In May 1954, the deployment was to Keflavik, Iceland
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Lb.'i., :'.1'.ipi.:. .:;....:.; '.... Ti7 ..,."......'..... J.'.\<...{h..y. : i' -to. ..j .0( Defense Force.In .
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I February 1955, the "Eagles" received new P2V.5aircraft
-. equipped with modern ASW equipment. Laterin
: i : the year VP-16 again deployed to Port Lyautey and
/ ; conducted exercises with the Sixth Fleet and NATO
;..:.;;::>''.'. : : forces in the Mediterranean area.
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.1j. : ,. : 1'','.'";"'" t.1.,'\.e\\",."'I't'"V\-"<,.'.1."""".-":'-..' ,> ."..' ,.'."..'t' ....) The following year, the P2V-5 aircraft was replaced
: : ",. G.t'... .t t. ."::.,' with the P2V-5F modification. This version of the
"Neptune" incorporated two wing pod jet engines which

NEW BIRD AT THE "EAGLES NEST'"-VP.16 received their first P-3C "Orion". in Februaryabig supplemented the two reciprocating engines.The .
change from the PBY"Catalinas'*flown during the squadron's early years. squadron again deployed to' Keflavik in
November 1956 and, because of the critical Middle East
situation sparked by the Suez Crisis, flew around the
clock, patrolling the northernmost boundaries of the
NATO command. .
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VP-16 was the first unit to participate in Operation \
Springboard in 1959.For a two week period the squadron
11 1 operated out of Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, con- {
ducting daily exercises in low altitude bombing, rocket
1 4 I firing and mine laying.In .

1961, VP-16 began participation in Project Mercuryas
a part of the Space Capsule Recovery Force. The first
aircraft over the "Friendship Seven" capsule carrying
LtCol. John Glenn belonged to the "Eagles."

#4EATEc A year later, .VP-16 left Jacksonville on a split
.. deployment. The squadron was based at Rota, Spain
g'D
with Detachment 13 based at Keflavik. In addition to
POOL.t fulfilling their commitments, Detachment 13 brightenedthe
lives of Eskimo children in Scoresby Sound, a

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I :.: From Weekend Warriors- 'Battle' Ei \:'I
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Christmas drop of gifts and candy. V : "' yi v ... .,. ,,. ,.
Transition to the new Lockheed "Orion" aircraft kept :V 'If. ;.4; };;-
the squadron busy in 1964. V

1967 found the squadron in the Philippines, where V ti.

"Eagle" flight crews were a mainstay in both the
Market Time and Yankee Team patrols. For their action -

during this period, VP-16 was awarded the Navy
Unit Commendation.VP16 .
became the first DIFAR-retrofit squadron on

the East Coast in 1971. DIFAR, ,an advanced submarine
detection system, greatly enhanced the squadron's ASW .i:". '

capabilities.Early 1972 was devoted to training and increasing

squadron readiness through participation in ASW f
exercises. As in 1970, VP-16 was chosen to participate in
the UNITAS III exercises around the South American

continent, commencing concurrently with the "Eagles"five .; L r .
month deployment to Bermuda. 'r "'" t :
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each 18-month competitive cycle to the outstanding. -
Patrol Squadron in the Atlantic Fleet. ": '

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explore the silent world of aqua- Physics and Physiogy: the student diver the opportunity to ...' t.1" ;' v. \Io" -

space. The sport diving course, related physical laws and how demonstrate his newly acquired ,;: ;:
which is open to all station per- they apply to the diver's body and knowledge both to himself and : : :

sonnel and their dependents, is a safety. Dive Tables: use of the the instructor. <. '.' _.' ,, "J' i 5 ; .:"f',
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sists of a series of six lectures, a free style, weight recovery, form is the student diver taken .. .t-f.',
concurrent series of practical underwater swim, floating into open water. Then, on two .

(pool)) ,sessions, a final written and treading water and separate occasions, the trainee ., .
exam and a minimum of two open familiarization willh drown- will apply newly acquired skillsin a .
proofing techniques for survival. a ,
water dives. an actual diving situation.At
The trainee" is taught and the end of this 38 to 46 hour Y' -J
The lecture series covers topics demonstrates his ability to don course awaits the magic ticket to "
such as: Pre-pool brief: an Introduction and clear basic skin diving gear fun and adventure, the divers
to diving, course and relax in the water environment certification or "C-card". This

procedures' and costs, equip ... N.A.U.I. Certification, which t
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Thomas and other certified
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planning an open water diving
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Apprentices :'r" :". ,. .,',' ", : '. ...'.... .Navy Relief.Aides ..' .
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GraduateJax ; ,, :

Mrs. Patricia A. Hinmanof :, Cited For Service
NARF scored a first for the $ :.'
ladies yesterday when she .. .
became the first woman to
receive an apprenticeship cer
tificate here. i'I $
Other NARF employees
awarded apprenticeship certificates "
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include: Jan L. Allen, ,
Julius C. Barney, Jr.,,Charlie C. i .r
Bledsoe, Terry J. Carlisle,
, Ronald A. Gray, Michael P.
Hagan, Booker Hay, John K.
Jones, Sherman L. Langford, J.
William A. Myers, Avery P,

Odom.Also, Earl W. Parker, Jake C. I 1 il

Pugh, Jr., Robert W. Richter, ,
Henry H. Russ, Jr., Richard D. J .
Ryan, Richard E. Sapp, Jr., ; ,\
Wayne D. Tison, Leo J. Vogel, \-. ,_.",.-. 4 ... !; '* 1'1 .. pZ.1L
Ernest G. Wilkins, III, David B.
TOASTMASTERS CLUB CHARTERED Charlie Jones (Center),
Young, Mack C. Williams, Jr., '
and Vera A. Williams. governor of Toastmasters International District,47, presents'a' ;club A
rs. From Public WorksJack: R. charter to Cdr. Bill Peek, newly elected president of thl!. HAS Jax
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Banning, Roger L. Horton and Toastmasters Club, as Guy Ballou, governor of' Toastrnasters' In- ,
Douglas. Wicks. ternational' Area 7 looks on. '-:*\' ,T,000 HOURS -'Judi I Fisher is thanked by RAdm. Lawrence R.

,Geis,. COMFAIRJAX, .for the 1,000 hours she has spent helping the
local(,Navy.Relief office in their effort*;assist area servicemen.

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; RAdm. Gels talk over the Navy Relief projects with volunteers who
have spent 300 hours helping the facility. The ladies are (From 2nd
Left): Edith LambertRita Loehr and Susan Bleeker.

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nights of fun at Good question '''' '''lL rr {J.: 'i .":-
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:: ,(r', that- Lee Trcvino: called one of the finest he or calling.us you will_$ce:and hear air exciting .
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..'t- Your weekend includes all gourmet meals, will enable you. to see "whatwe are talking. /
'" $-. luxurious motel accomodations. and, green about. There is absolutely no obligation .
-," fees for only. $19.90 per couple. (Transportation except to enjoy your weekend. "
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a If tennis is your sport, you'll find four spirited competition. There are also paddle or boat faded..discolored...
perfectly maintained courts awaiting your and handball courts for your enjoyment.! .
't play. Our tennis pro will be available help Contact! Killearn,by the convenient! coupon? '
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a a a D CALL: 387-3566 Movie Schedule I



Ads should be mailed to arrive
not
later than
Tuesday for publication the following ThurSday. Ads
arriving too late for this
deadline will be published
the following week unless tte'publlsher: Is In.
strutted otherwise. A check or money order for the cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy.

RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines) ...$2.00 Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...50c Friday,June. OF JUDGE ROY BEAN"

Mail to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4747 SAN JUAN AVE.,JACKSONVILLE 32210 NAS: "UP THE SANDBOX" Western Drama, Starring Paul

-----tJUSTISS Comedy Drama, Starring Bar- Newman and Anthonny Perkins.

,, '<<.-:.:'''' min.HOSPITAL )
{ >: { GEORGE'S KENNELS TRAILER PARK bara Streisand and David Sedly. "PG" (123 .

:_..EMPLOYMENT....;. w.<<., :' "v '.", '?"-H': ,: ::':(,: Dogs& Cats Boarded 1 Qtr. Mile No..of NAS, Clean Modern "R" ((98 min.) : "THE BEAR
TEMPORARY JOBS Pick-Up & delivery services since trailer and apts. 3893007. HOSPITAL : "UN- AND THE DOLL"Monday
1925. Grooming, training & shipping.
> NAVY WIVESAll DERGROUND" Drama
PO ,
Visitors welcome.
BankAmericard & 12'X60'BROADMORE2BR. ,June
office skills needed. Long and
Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 near ., lots of extras 7 minutes from Starring Robert Goulet and "SKIDOO" Comedy,
short assignments. No fee. We pay NAS:
Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. Cecil Field. 772-0759. Daniele Gaubert. "GP" (100 Jackie Gleason and
you. 5085 Edgewood Ct.,389-0044 Starring
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XTRA HELPERS 396.5188 ':, TRANSPORTATIONBETTER min.) Carol Channing. "G" (98 min.
June 2
Saturday,
To Drive DRIVER NEEDED NAS: 'THE BEAR AND THE HOSPITAL: "THE LIFE AND
MOBILE HOME SALESMAN one compact auto. to L.A., CARS FOR LESS MONEY
High/ pay, short hours, part-time. California area as 'soon as possible. Used VW's compacts, other foreign DOLL" Comedy, Starring TIMES; OF JUDGE ROY BEAN"Tuesday

Apply In person, Mobile Home Identification required. Call Palatka makes. Astro Motors 6566 NormandyBlvd. Bridgette Bardot and Jean Pierre ,June 5

Brokers 5887 Roosevelt Blvd. area code 904;3253535. 781-4978. Cassel. "GP" (91 min.) NAS: "TORA, TOM, TORA"

COCKER-PUPS '48 DODGE MONACO HOSPITAL: "UP THE SAND- War Drama Starring Jason

WAITRESSESPARTTIME Sllver-buff, AKC registered, 7 wks.,, 4-door, HT, PS, AT, AC. R8>H. Maroon BOX" Robards and Martin'Balsam..
OR FULL-TIME wormed & shots, Call 7710937. w-black vinyl top. Excellent Con- Sunday,June 3 "G" ((143 min.)
Private Club, Good hours, great pay, ditlon. $1095., phone 3981533.
Call Mrs. Dryden, 3871653. NAS: "THE LIFE AND TIMES HOSPITAL: "SKIDOO"C
MUSICIANSWANTED '71 SKYLARK 2-DR.HT

PARTTIMEIMMEDIATECASH Musicians wanted to form new Clean, Power, AC R&H, $2595. 772-
PAID country-rock band and to work on my 3122, or aft. S p.m. 2646427.1949CAMAROSS394.
music for Nashville Publishing CO'sl!
Do you have a full. day or evening Jack
Call Burleson at 282. 376.
available between Monday and Speed Trans.46,000 miles. Ready for
Friday? If so, we can fill that day or BOAT FOR SALE the Strip. EXTRA LARGE
evening with a variety of Interesting
1972 Arrowglass trt-hull, 112tS.004n. 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
w-85 h.p.,,
at factoriesand
temporary lobS. Mostly galvanized trailer. .San Juan Ph.3897914U'SPORTSCRAFT I
warehouses In Jax. If have Complete w-all
you '
Coast guard equip and many extras 2 baths, S closets, separate makeup
transportation will be
own you
your You will be Call R. C. Johnson at 771-3211, Ext, 1-0,215 P Merc Cruiser. Excel. Cond. area, separate dining area.
higher. paid
51.70 or
paid a .R,
84IS or 781-1548. Air & Heat, patio
Fiberglass construction, hardtop. Central
Immediately, completion of the lob,
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If wish.One brief visit to our office : :' Fully enclosed aft curtains 2 bunks swimming pool & party room. -:-
you >:
started. Handl-Man, 12 E.' :::;:::tREAL. ESTAT'e"-: : bllt-ln.head 8. fish box, fully equippedfor Also: Large )1.3 Bedroom
gets you
Hf S
,?io." ,: ''''':;'< offshore fishing to Incl. outriggers.
Bay Street, corner of Main Jax. i
-" WE BUY A SELL EQUITIESCall 5 channel ship to ship & ship to shore 264-8102

us for quick service radio. 23 channel CB radio, Ross KINGSLEY AVE.
1800
SECRETERIAL HELP Morrison Taylor,l Inc. recording fathometer,pwr steering, &
WANTEDFull 4543 WesconneH Blvd. full instrument panel, tandem galv DIRECTIONS: Between \ndinq .
or part time, best Jax pay, good 771-3052 737-3l4< Gator trl w-pwr winch. $8500 will buy Blvd, 81 Orange Park Minutes

work conditions,,name your days or this $15,000 eqpt boat. 7446225. away via new I 295.

hours, Westslde If preferred. Company NORMANDY ACRES .
Will pay refresher course at 4 miles west of Cecil Field.5 to 20 Acre El'S ft UP =
Cumberland-FJC -typing, shore tracts.Land Is the best investment foi We can sell you a car with no money

thano, bookkeeping for accepted the future. Other tracts available over down. 353- 575 for Information.

applicants. Phone 3540111 for In. Southwest Jacksonville. '71 VW POP-TOP CAMPERAC
of Florida
Wynne Realty
terview. 389-5514 REALTORS 389.8507GREEN rebuilt engine, exec..cond. $2700.
firm. 721.0137.

HELP WANTED COVE SPRINGS
Service-station, Part time only Residential Lots Acreage 1963 VW SEDAN

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.. Duncan Associate_'2646861IN $495.00 Big Chief Say:
MAID I 4738 San Juan Ph.389-7916
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PAGE 16 JAX AIWS-LATWINGER


I Aviation Detailers Bring The Facts To Jax I



';}\ Jax-Navy aviation detailers became more than just a

voice on the other end of a telephone line last week. .-
I Fifteen aviation detailers came here not just to hear

'.! individual gripes, but to tell Navymen how BUPERS
works and, in the words of one detailer, "let the troops
know they're not just social security numbers to us."
Sending detailers out to meet Navymen in person is
the result of the Navy's goal of relaying personal in-
formation to the men in the fleet more effectively.The .
idea of sending detailers into the field started

about six months ago and now all enlisted ratings are

I sending out teams to inform enlisted Navy personnel

J .1 10 Y JRrV about the many factors that determine personnel

distribution.
While in the Jacksonville area, the detailers also
visited NAS Cecil Field, the USS Franklin D. Rooseveltat
Mayport and three went to NAS Glynco.

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Navymen about manpower location( in the ASM rating. Chief Cox was one of 15 detailers who visitedthe I ; :
Jacksonville area last week.,

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.;,.' '73 Fathers Of Year '"'-' ,"

CALL. ..
The Vietnam P.O.W. Fathers "
I as a group, were .c".
named 1973 Fathers of the
n'a: T taYkaqin ,
Year by the National Fa -'
3873.566 ther's Day Committee as a
1 tribute to their sacrifices >
p. and determination
to sustain -
.. the principles of honor I
YOUR DOLLAR GETS MORE ..:.".. and integrity as the foundation .
k MILEAGE THRU THE :' building blocks of
the American Way of Life.
JAXAIRNEWSLATWINGERWANTADS :
Accepting, the Award for
<.: ::,1.;: his fellow P.O.W.'s, was
Capt. Howard E. Rutledge, ,
USN, himself a P.O.W. in
.
'.' .. ...,' Vietnam for more than

_aoaoiss.FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS FORM BELOWa______ while seven flying years.over He was North downed Viet-, 1950. He holds degree

nam, while serving as Executive of Bachelor of Nautical ..
I JAX AIR NEWS/LATWINGER I Officer of a Flight Science from the Naval
Squadron flying from the Post Graduate College.
I CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT : I carrier Bon Homme Rich- -
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4747 SAN JUAN AVENUE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, 32210 '
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I 1 II Capt.Rutledge Is a nativeof wife, Phyllis Jean in San
Tulsa, Oklahoma; he'enlisted Diego.The couple ve four
NAME PHONE .. I in ,the Navy In 1948, children, 13 through 23 and
'. : I was commissioned Ensign one grandchild.,
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St. Augustine USO Old Flags ,.



At New. Location 11 I r Wanted ::1 r

y II Jax Fleet Reserve' fl

Jax The St. Augustine USO has moved--but not Association (FRA) Branch ,1

very far. 91 will. have its annual. -"

It's now located in the Lightner Museum just Flag Burning Ceremony .
across !'
the street from where it has been for the past two as the focal point of the
years. Branch's Independence '\
!
The modern facility can be t.m" rlha
entered off Granada Street ynn
4th activities.
Day (July ) t
and offers many services for servicemen. Free leisure r y ys yw This ceremony insures :.j
activities at the Ancient
City USO include: light snacks, that National Ensigns no ''f

pool, ping-I?<>ng, stereo, records, color TV, writing longer serviceable are '

tables, reading materials, sandwiches, cold drinks and s 1 t disposed of with all the ;f

coffee.St. Augustine's USO also 1 plays I host to the world's dignity and honor that they :**

largest Pal Day when Marineland and are due. :
other area at- i11(
,, r If nave flags J
1y you any
tractions honor Armed Forces t ,>
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personnel and their _
families. that you desire to receive a

.;Wr fitting disposition, contact J

the following people: 0:

At Cecil Field, ATC :

I a qi ; Henke, AIMD Avionics; At ;;j

i NAS Jax, ADRC Bodin, "
I + 1 11G Career Information < '{

Center; any of the Branch

E u officers; or flags may be
left at the Branch home at
INTERESTING CREATURES can be found in the wooded areas
aboard NAS Jax. Some have four legs, but ones with two legs can 5391 Collins Road,
'" brighten the environment, too. Lucky frog. Jacksonville.

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MOVING (Ig) Tim Bostaph (Right) receives the papers >,. Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ..and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter
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LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM DINNER 4 PMtil 8 PM
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PAGE 18 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER ...

. Record Holders Back Again;;


H I New 220 TimeJax

. rir Alston Looks At


Things are: looking Records for the 100-yard record," Alston told this

ti / ship-shape for this year'sTrack dash, and the 220-yard reporter.In .
( and Field Meet dash were set by Bill the field events Bill
scheduled for next Knepp in 1967. They still Manning high jumped 6' 1"
Thursday, June 7. stand, but in last year's in May 1967 and Bob Marr
i" The races are slated to Meet, Ken Alston of jumped 20', 10M>" duringthe
with the Marine Bks, sprinted the 1968 competition. Bothof
start at 2
Jax-PCt John H. Jenkins,of the NAS Jax Postal Directory Service p.m.
Department was recently selected as the "Serviceman of the Year field events scattered 220 just .7 of a second off these records stand
for the air station. As part of his awards for being selected the throughout the afternoon. the record."I today.
Jacksonville Suns Baseball Team of the Southern League, invited Several record holdersin should be able to This year's competitionwill
Jenkins and his family to a night of baseball at Wolfson Park. Jenkinswas both Track and Field better my time of last year be run under the
given the honor of throwing in the first ball of the game.
r are expected to return this and if I do, goodby (Cont'd Page 20)
'.... :. :. ,'/':: i year in defense of their
;H
.. :. .\i l records.
f' Sam Bryant from

: MATSG expects to break

t- his own record in the 12-
pound shot put event. He
I set the standing record of
'50' 2Vfe" in 1971.

"I have been doing a lot
of weight lifting to keep in
shape, so I should have a
good crack at breaking my
record," Bryant said.
I Other record holders
returning for the Meet are
Al Mosgaritolo of the
Hospital and Ron Smith of
Marine Bks.

SENIOR LEAGUE-Billy Sizemore of the POMO's Senior League Last Year Mosgaritolo 4 l
.
Baseball team misses an attempted bunt. In the on-deck circle is sprinted the 440 in 53.8
James White. Catching for the NWC 86ers is Mike McGuire. The record time. He looks to
POMO's took the big end of an 8-3 score for the win. Umpiring is Jeff
better that time this
year.
Eckholm of NAS Jax.Lou Y
Ron Smith ran a record
pace in the 880 of 2:03.1:
breaking the long standing
record of 2:17: :'set by Willie :
Webber Richardson in 1968. Alston


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I Intramural Sailing Competion To Begin June 6 u:;": I IBy

Lt. Kim SniffenJaxSummcr station's .$
"Ironman"Trophy
in will 4 holiday. Athletic Director as soon season favorites are'VW-I,
Jacksonville means for Sailing.The be awarded All races will be sailed in as possible, but not later which finished second,;::a

another boating season on O'Day Day Sailers than June 6. year ago, NARJAX. and.
'
competition
will provided by Special Races will be conducted the Hospital. -
the St. John's River, and at consist of a series of
21 Services
NAS it means the start of races, with three and crews will according to NAYRU .. : .. 'It : :
races meet
at the Ser-
Special
rules with I
another Intramural exceptions as '
scheduled each Wed- vices Marina each Wed- : r Ii.
.
agreed in advance .'
Sailing competition series. nesday on by a ,
beginning June .
6 nesday for skippers
majority of the
This year for the first and continuing skippers.
through meeting and boat
Protest flags and written
time, points toward' ,the July 25, excluding the Julv assignments. One crew protests will be used.

.'''h', f ,......f. will act as the race Team and individual

.' : : :';. committee each week. trophies will be awarded to .
: -) All Navy and Marine !1
., the team with the best
,. .
( & ,,
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( v.' iiii"Ii Corps activities at NAS record over the entire ;

,:..<,.. 0I Jacksonville and Cecil series. Last year's win-
I > ':. Field are invited to enter ners, VP-16, are fielding a
I teams. Shore units will be
brand new team, so it

I rrI limited to a roster of six appears that the ere0' -

I 10 sr persons, including .. WHERE'S THE WINDThiscrew
12a alternates for a three man .'- ., awaits the most important
,.:'.' i in the world of
crew. Fleet units however, oR !;0 ''fS participant
wit .. sailing, "the wind".
will be allowed more than \

six persons to compensatefor % 10,1:4\ -,,,,,. ,:;.t;s....,..' ::::::::: .- ;+ r
unexpected operational .J 1
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commitments. All team ...
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members must be active \ ::::

duty personnel, and the \. Shore'V' ::.::.:r rae .:.
boat skipper must be a Jean a' a. tESr :::.:
qualified Class "B" ,r} san pp s:':
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JULINGTON CREEK RUN-Yachts "Hideaway" (foreground) and member of the three man SPINNMAKER REACHING. :? \0 E AWpK 4'k :::
"Ruby Lee II" return from a recent run to this local creek. Both boat crew must be Fred Kling sails the yacht "Va k ,k N :{
skippers and crew are reading for the intramural Bella". Chuck and Lucy Hardy, l 1p 11':3
sailing com enlisted. Rosters should be r T I' : ....
Steve and Romelle Nail and Ron 0get8
petition.The Hideaway is skippered by Noel Hyde while Frank Schum ::
captains the Ruby Lee II. submitted to NAS Jax and Jo Ann Howard make up his ;::::::::::::;:;:;:;:;:::::.v::::.:::.*.:::.:::.::%::::::%::::;:;:;:S1
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Record Holders Return. ..V
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National Federation and the 100-yard()() dash; 22(0)- l: : ';":b'I

I Alliance rules excepting yard dash and 440-yard() Meet scoring will be for : ".

those rules established by dash; the 880-yard run; four places. This sytem

NAS Jax for intramural mile run and the one mile will be utilized in all events :-','; ; ;;

competition. and sprint medley relays. except the relays. The ,'" .visiV

The rosters are limited The field events will scoring will be as follows: .. .'j.

to 35 participants from include the running broad 1st place-5 points; 2nd "'- ,:;

each command and must jump, high jump, pole place-3 points; 3rd place-2

4 be turned in to the Athletic vault and shot put ((12- points and 4th place-1 "'.,'
;
Director's Office, King Pound). ,point.
Hall by Monday noon. Individuals may enter as Scoring for the teams

Events scheduled to be many events as they placing in the relays will

run this year will include desire in either Track or be 10 points to the winners; _

I 1 6 points for 2nd place; 4 ,r
points for 3rd and 2 pointsfor V
the 4th spot.

; WORLD VOYAGEUR Trophies will be
awarded to the Championand

Runner-up teams,
BICYCLES with individual trophies

." being awarded to first and

second place winners.
., If your cycling needs require a high-performance: light-
There will not be second
f. weight bicycle with the latest advances in alloy components -
consider the new World Voyageur bicycle. place individual awardsfor
,
t Designed for the true cycling enthusiast, here is a bike relay team members.
that offers maximum performance at a reasonable price. Points toward the T.

Built with double-butted 4130 chrome-moly steel "Ironman" Championshipwill
tubing, the extra-responsive and rigid frame features be: 1st place-500 Bryant

chrome-plated head lugs, fork crown, and front and points; 2nd place-400

", rear fork ends. Completely equipped with finest quality, points; 3rd place-300 Ironman. your command par-

,'aluminum components, the World Voyageur offers points and 4th place-200 All military personnel on ticipa ngbe sure you turn
handlebar derailleur control levers, center pull brakes points. Additional placesin active duty for at last 90 in your nameand the events

with dual position quick release levers quick release final standings for the days or more are eligibleto you are participating in

high flange' aluminum hubs and alloy rims, and much meet will receive 100 enter the meet. If you before noon Monday, June

more-all as standard equipment. points per team toward the are the only one within 4.
Shimano "Dura-Ace" three-piece cotterless aluminum
chainset,' Shimano "Crane GS" wide-range derailleur ;)'b. .C'''',''1j\,-;''", .,.",." ..............._'.._.'._'..,.'.0'0'0'.0.......:.:oO;":;'<.<'.O'.""OOO.XJo'oX.v.r..'.'.'.'.'_'.'.'"'......,..._._.._.L'..._J

and "Titlist" front changer, Seamless leathercoverednylon ,e J1 .",;
vfl't' TEE
saddle, and Schwinn-Approved high-pressure 'v (" TALKBy
1a
LeTour tires complete the equipment list which sets Phil Falcone
the World Voyageur, apart from other imported racing
I
and touring lightweights. Examine the features of the

World Voyageur and you'll see why this recent entry Jax The ladies held a Silver
into the lightweight field offers a wide choice for all Cup'Tourney last Tuesday with
/.' your recreational cycling. the following results: First Flight

1 World Voyageur bicycles are available in Kool Lemon, Winner-Penny Bennett ((67)),
Kool Orange and Opaque Blue frame finishes. Runner-up-Dottie Hilton and
I Mary Lou Ryan (68-tie), Putts-
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fs
Model V21 a diamond-style model with a
t Flight Winner-Polly Tieslou (69)),
; 21-inch frame. Runner-up-Helen Harrison ((69))
Model V23 is a diamond-style model with a Putts-Betty Gustin, Arlene


s 23-inch frame. Howell and Cooke Kennedy ((30)).
World Bicycles are manutactured in Japan to rigid ", Third Flight Winner-Ruth Ann
f f. standards established by the Schwinn Bicycle Company. ,r :" ,;,\ ., Zollner (71)); Runner-up-Ann
Each World Bicycle is covered by a "No-Time-Limit" .., ., Wright ((72)), Putts-Cynthia
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f' ;" Tauesch ((30)1Competition)
} guarantee backed by Schwinn. See your nearby
Schwinn Dealer for full details. Marr in golf can be
conducted in two forms Match
i J ; V Suggested retail price./$275.00 and Stroke play. :

1. Match Winner .
Play. of hole.In
JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
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played by holes. A hole is won by
'Includes and REPOSSESSION SALEWhy the side which holes its ball in the
freight complete assembly adjustment by your
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BRIEFS ,," ., BOATING BITSBy
d:.tf.; Jax-The Batmen of VP-24 out- Ron :,
Howard
shot NARJAX No. 1 on the links 6-

SWIM MEET SIICEDULED 3 here, Thursday, winning the
Jax-Having been approved
as
base Intramural Golf Cham-
Jax-The Intramural
Swimming Meet is scheduled for piondhips.Low Publicity Chairmen of the Navy
June 14. All commands and units .wishing to Jax Sail Club, I will assume the
participate Gross for the Batmen was
are ask to contact the Athletic Director an Extension Erick Lekberg with a 71 which responsibility for this column. I
will, if and when possible, try to
3239 for additional information. Those gave him a Low Net of 68.
participating in make these few words useful
the meet must check-in with VP-24 split the individual as
the
officials by 1-30: n.m. match points with NARJAX but and ,informative as they have
The competition is scheduled to start been in the
at 2 p.m. It will won 3 additional points for havingthe past.
take place in the indoor pool, Bldg 614. lowest 4 aggregate scores. Hail and farewell is in order for ,

FLIERS SCHEDULED Also assisting in the Batmen the Sail Club Sponsor, Cdr. K. W.

Jax-The Varsity Softball Fliers will be in McDill this win were Tom Cheek, Bob Ed- Mirise.change He of will duty.be Our leaving thanks us for and a
monds, Bob Howard, Russ
week-end for
a pair of
double-headers.
Salyards, and Stan Brennan. best wished go with you,sir! Cdr.
NOTICE Dick Thomas will take the helm "
The Batmen defeated the
Jax-Cpntrary to last week's Sports Brief regarding Hospital in the Semi-finals, 6-3 to as our new Sponsor. We look
forward to his and vast
the age limit for a Senior Tennis player...You must be at Lek berg reach the finals against NAR experience.It help

least 45,years of age and must have JAX.
you been 45 by June is being proposed that a
30 of this year. Players are still needed for participation DearingRolls 279 Game Coast Guard Safety and

in the 6ND scheduled for July 9-13. If you are interested ; Seamanship program be held
in playing tennis in these matchs aboard NAS Jax. Chief Hope of
time is
running out to Swain Shoots 633 Set ,VW-4 has been in touch with the
enter. Telephone Mr. McCaffrey, Extension 3239 for proper channels to secure

more information. speakers and instructors for the .f
Jax--The National Rolling for the Com-
VARSITY GOLF TEAM WINS program. It should be a good
Jax-The Jax League Bowling Com- modores were Carper if sufficient
Navy Golf Team defeated program par-
Navy Glynco modores rolled scratch ((477)) Hattabaugh ((549))
here a ticipation and interest is shown.
Friday, May 25, 386-411. Timmerahrens of AFEESwas
total of 2784 pins leadingall Beam ((574), and Cruthirds You can call Chief Hope at 2862 or
Low Medalists for Jax with
a 72 score. other teams in last ((550)) and Dearing ((634)). myself, at 2144 to voice your
SAILING STARTS week's Intramural support and opinion. If support
Jax-Intramural Sailing competition starts June 6. Other bowlers breakingthe seems adequate, details will be
Have you entered a team. (See Page 19)) Bowling League action. 540 or better barrier published in this column. Ten-
High scorer for the tively scheduled would be for
GYM OPEN were: VP-45 No.1, Cun-
Commodores Dearingwith Wednesday nights from 7:309:30p.m. : :
Jax-The King Hall (NATTC) gym is open daily, anda ningham ((589)) ; HELP, .. ,
279
Monday thru Friday until 7 p.m. The gym is also open 634 a single set.game Attanasio ((588)); Lifers, Get your crews together for the

for basketball playing on Saturday and Sundays from 12 3-game Robertson (570)) ; Pin Navy Jax Intramural Sail series.
Following close in the The first of the series is
race
noon until 7 p.m. Busters, Johnson ((564));
individual scoring was scheduled for.June 6,
Fie
5Smith (564))
HELP NEEDED ;
There six sail boat
Swain from HELP. He are
Jax-The Navy Jax Swim Team is seeking a man who combined games of 230, 223 Brinkley, (562)); Radar 17, available and to date a maximumof

enjoys working with* children. He will take over the Woods (557) ; Busch five have been used at any fne
and 180 for a 633 set.
position of the Head Coach for the team. If you are In- Leaguers, Lents ((557) ; time.
terested in the job send qualifications and salary expectations Second in team scoring Rat Pack, McConnell Another thought..,
were the Late Chargers.Allfive By the way, there are com-
((554) Radar 17 Hunter
to Box 14 Special Services Department ; ,
of their team mem- mands which participated last
Naval Air; Station, Jacksonville. The, cut-off date for bers shot 500 or better for a ((549) Six Pack, Bronson year that have not been heard
'
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applications i is ,June 5. scratch total of 2725. (546)'VP-16'CPOs( Brown from around the Sail Club, so fat

LEARN TO FLY (540). this year. Let's hear from yon!
Clayton shot a 268 game
Jax-Learn the art of flying an airplane., The Club is for a 559 series, while

the Jax Navy Flying Club and offers the lowest general teammates Marrs ((543)),

aviation rates in the Jax area. Aircraft are available for Toth ((509)), Tracki (558)

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II':t CECIL SPORTSBy Corsair Ball Planned '


Tom McGuckin Commander Light Attack Wing ONE will host the 3rd

f Annual Corsair Ball at the Hilton Hotel on Thursday,
TENNIS ticipate in the two day event,with 1\1-22
AIMD No.3
P.M. until 1:00 A.M. This year'sgala
14th from 7:00 :
f June :
Led by Bill Beatty VA-174 got free refreshments offered both VA-45 7-25
off to an early lead in intramural days. Trophies will be awardedfor WEAPONS 5-l ball,is planned to be even "bigger and better" than
1" tennis. Not without some stiff low gross and low net. Top Bowlers: previous year's. The soiree will feature cocktails, a
competition from David of A buffet will be served at the Dale Howard 184-197-201- gourmet dinner and dancing to the music of the
( Supply; however, Beatty finally ORF for the participants Emiliano Alcoran 170-200-198.568 PRISMS. -
winning out in a marathon 9-7, following the final 18 holes.SOFTBALL Max Basbler 201.176-179-
c then came back and crushed
David 6-0.Beatty then came backto Slow PitchIn Walt Dave Ball Falls 180-175-192-153-176-210-539 Honored guests will include Vice Admiral Frederick .
down VA-105's Sanders 6-1 and Slow Pitch action last week Rick Miller ISg.I83-191- H. MICHAELIS, Commander Naval Air Force, U.S.
61. VA-174 beat AV'ORD 13-1 and Paul Rybicki 105-162-161- Atlantic Fleet, Rear Admiral Lawrence R. GEIS,
Standings: VA-86 tagged medical with a 10-5 Frank Long 158183185527 Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, and a number of
VA-174 10-0 loss. NAMTD got going to down Dick Hanson 166-152-196-514 former Corsair Squadron CD's.Cost .
VA-37 ; 5-0) winless VA-82 14-2 and heavy Steve Zeimet 181.14g.178-508
VA-45 4-1 hitting VA-105 put downVC.214-9.
OPS 4-1 Marine Barracks had an easy John Nagle David 154-182-171-157.166-180-503 for the evening has been set at $20.00 per couple.

AMD 2-8 week taking VA4570 by the Angel George Macleod 156.165.180.501 Interested "Corsair Drivers" should make reservations

VA-105 0-5 forfeit route.Fast Franklin Beard -501AlCooeland through their squadron representatives or by 'calling-
Supply 010GOLF PitchIn 157.164-500 CDR J. L. TERRELL at Ext,103 or 104.
the only action in the fast
pitch league last week VA-37:
The Cecil Field Men's Golf behind John Johnsons pitchingshut Judo Instruction OfferedAnyone
Association will hold its annual out VA-174 by a score of 10-0.

t ,.. championships on 16-17 June. As Standings- : ages 6 and older inGuy Matthews and Ken Wintin, serve one of the workouts. for
of Monday, 20 golfers were VA-37: 5-0) terested in learning and parthe Judo instructors,invite you to further information please call
registered and Cecil pro Bill Stott VA-105 4-1 ticipating in the art and sport of stop by building 525 at NAS Jax 772-7155. There's a place for you
expects around 50.An entry fee of AMD 3-2 Judo can now do so. NAS Jax (located near toyland l ) and obhi the NAS Jax Judo Club.Student .
_
$5.00 is to VA-45 3-2 .
being charged par- ,
Judo Club meets twice week on 'y, 'f".t.
OPS 2-3 .
VA-174 0-3 Tuesdays and Thursdays. .":<" '
Classes for boys and girls, ages 6 ::
SUPPLY M<
For to 12, meet from 5:30-6:30.: :
Military VA-15
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Teenagers and adults classes are
:
Personnel BOWLING held from 7:00-8:00: : p.m.
Co-National League At least once each month the
Under Age 35 Standings: club participates in a tournamentheld
AIMD No.1 24-8 somewhere in the northeast
CPO 23'/4-8% region of Florida. There's
BOQ 22.10 nothing more thrilling than the
Mow$60.000- AIMD Staff 22-10 joy of a child winning his first
ADMIN .;'* 20V4-11V4 trophy in one of the monthly
DENTAL > 18-14 tournaments. In past tour-
MARINES'I 17-15 naments about 60 per cent of the
CLAW-1 17.15 Jax entries have brought home
COMM) 13-19 trophies. Participants from 9
Insurance NWSED 13-19 years and older are eligible to
GEMD 12-20 join the AAU.


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CONTINENTAL LEAGUE' For Week of May 24,1973 For Week of May 24, 1373Without '
W L -- The Coast Guard FAST PITCH '
NATIONAL LEAGUEW HELP 54 18 Auxiliary (CGA) has scheduled
PINBBUSTERS a VW-4,13 MARINE BKS,6 SLOW PITCH
L 49 23 safe boating course Saturday, FAW-U,4 NARJAX,1

COMMODORES 56 20 LEPRECHAUNS 48 24 June 9,from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30: VP-49,9 HOSPITAL,9 MARTD,21 I NARJAX,16
HAWKS
SIX PACK 48 32 43 29 p.m. The course will last four MATSG,8 FASOTG,4 WEAPONS,9 DENTAL,7

TOP FIVE 404 311,2 MARINE BKS 39 28 hours and is free. It will take FICEUR,9 AIMD,3 FICEUR,9 VP-244'B",8

RAT PACK 41 35 GROUCHES 35 37 place in the Holiday Inn at 1-95 VP-45, 11 SPECIALS, 10 VP-49,11 GSE,8
BUSCH LEAGUERS 38 34 CHASERS 324 351h and Golfalr Boulevard. MATSG,13 VP-49,12 679t, 7 DENTALS

WIPE OUT 36 36 BOOZERS 311,2 3944 Men, Women and children are NARJAX,7 SPECIALS,2 WEAPONS, 17 NWSF,13
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FICCPOS No.1 46 26
COMSTORE 28 36
NARJAX No.1 45"' 27 r
EAGLES No.l 28 40 8" DIVISION SEE THE NEW
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POP TOPS 27
CAG-20 39 29 ADPERS 23 45 45 MARINE BItS 6 6 ROLLING HILLS C-16 TODAY! -e.

VP-16 CPO'S 38 34 FATSOG 6 7

FASO 34 38 VP-45 144 74 :

BUSCH BUD 311,2 364FIC VP-49 34 81,2
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VP-45 CPO'S 27 45

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TRIPPERS 22 50 W L

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PACIFIC LEAGUE VW-4 8 1 VP-49 7 1

W L NDRC 6 2 DENTAL 5 4 r

SPLIT MAKERS 54 18 VP.16. 7 3 679TH 5% 3V4

VP-45 No. l 52 20 HOSPITAL 5 3 GSE ", 5 3
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FAW.ll 3 5 NDRC 4
GUTTER RATS 36 32 :' 4
BEAN BURNERS 36 28 NARJAX 2 5 WEAPONS .. 2tt 6tt
MATSG 2 8 AFEES 6
WALLBANGERS 33 2
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