Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00170
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1973
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:00170

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VOL. 31 NO. 14 Published In The Interest I
of Naval Air StatlonJa<:ksonvllle. Florida JUNE '21. 1973 :

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PN3 David A.Cargill,Receipts processed for separation on very .. ;
t and Transfer Yeoman at short notice, 21 men in compliance -
,- Eineca;tle, was cited for with early-out and
1 .,; "professional excellence, marginal performers directives. I .c I4 cN
fi' superior judgement and'untiring He also formed and acted as ; _L :
efforts in the performance of his instructor of .a USAFI Group u v
duties"- by LCdr W. J. Fordham Study Course in Public Speakingand
in a letter nominating Petty Oral Reading and ;1 -,
Officer Cargill for the award. established seminars in human
In addition to his regular billet, relations covering all ethnic / 9 \ '
PN3 Cargill serves as Drug groups.In : "
Abuse and Amnesty Petty Officer addition, he has supported .' I
., and also as Majority Af drug awareness educational !
fairs Representative at programs and actively par- t 1
P necasUe. ticipates on Unit softball and i
.'. "He has made himself readily football teams. : !
available to any member of the "The value of Petty Officer / I"
, Unit, at any time, and for any Cargill to this command is f
reason.", LCdr. Fordham stated. manifest in his versatality.", HURRICANE HUNTERS ME ETGOAL-VW-4's Navy Relief Drive goes over the top as Carol Shaw I !
: 2 "In this capacity he 'has LCdr.'Fordham concluded, 'Any (LeftT) and Tommie,Ballard, representing the squadron's Enlisted Wives Club present a check for
/w .. materially elevated' the 'Esprit ,job implied, personally undertaken $))00 to Cdr., p,O..Cutchen, Hurricane' Hunters CO. The squadron, reached 125 percent of |it$ goal' with };
'"' :," de Corps''of.our'pers. nnel." ,<..or .assigned,*',may be 'one- week.. .. i... ,remaining.* Vf.. ,' in 'the'drive.. ." ., ..*.. ,I*k:: 1
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keen desire to excell has. ,For 'Wimii.Dg't the :honor,' ,PN3 :
undoubtedly spurred Petty Officer 'Cargill .will. receive a gift 'certificate Girl Officer Candidates; 9 f : '
,;: Cargill to these for dinner for two at the
':: achievements." As examples, he Candlelight Restaurant a free .
f : cited the following: weekend at a local motel and a
:; In the absence of the Leading free trip to St.Augustine,courtesyof Here For Summer TrainingJaxThe :
I Personnelman, PN3. Cargill the Jacksonville USO.,

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' : 14 girls in the Navy's Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC)

I'[,. ;. .". : '.. program, including three from Jacksonville University, began six week's ,

; ,1i1 {; ,? ce training at Navy installations here Monday. ,
I :; .:. LCdr. Linda Lee, Liaison officer for the visit, said plans for the girls include I
.:\ : "i ,." .'< I'i flying at both NAS Jax and Cecil Field and a cruise aboard a Mayport ship. : t

i} f .i.': Before the flights, LCdr. Lee noted, the girls will have to take the usual tests, .
! .. '. including pressure chamber,_ ejection seat and rescue from water by a
i" ('. '1" 'r helicopter.The "
, girls will start flying in their second and third weeks when they work with ,(_
the Patrol Squadrons here. ..- l'
Their first week will be mostly indoctrination. .
I'I nT The, cruise from Mayport is set,for July 9 and back-seat rides in jet bomber-. ;
trainers at Cecil Field and a flight with VW-4's Hurricane Hunters are scheduled
for later that week. ,**:*: ;
I The three girls from Jacksonville University are Jo. Anne Fletcher of 'St:: :

Petersburg, Gayla ,Ambrose of Columbus: Ohio and Sheri Mangham of: ; i I

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, in the NROTC program. and the other:five are from the University" '. .' .
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Seventeen girls were involved when the Navy authorized women in NROTC.last ., ,
fall., but three have since dropped out of the program. ', .

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Washington Cream Pie. SUPPER Chili Con Carne wi
I Saturday, June 21 Beans, Fried Fish Sticks, Steamed -
BREAKFASTS Chilled PIneapple' Rice, Tartar Sauce, Augratln
r Juice Hominy Grits Fried Eggs to Asparagus, Buttered Com, Salad Bar.
Order, Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, Apple Pie, Vanilla Wafers. m wmw
French Toast Choice of Ham or Pork Tuesday, June 2*
Sausage, Lyonnalse Potatoes, Pastry BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato
Friday,June 22 Green Beans, Salad Bar, Martha Bar. Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to ll1
': BREAKFAST Chilled/ Grapefruit Washington Cream Pie, Brownies. BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Split Pea Order, Griddle akes w-Syrup, Choice
.f, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Chilled Apricots, SANDWICH LINE. Sloppy Joes onHamburger Soup, Grilled Beef Burgers, French ,of Ham or Pork Sausage, Pastry Bar.
i' Fried EogstoOrder,Griddle Cakes w- Buns, French Fried Fried Potatoes, Salad'par.. DINNER Chicken Rice Soup, Oven NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Potatoes, Salad, Bar, Relish Tray, Strawberry Short Cake, Peanut Fried Chicken, Cream Gravy.
'/1 Meat, Baked Beans, Yankee Style Dessert Bar.SUPPERi. Butter Cookies. Snowflaked : Potatoes, Cranberry
.4 Corn Bread, Pastry Bar Baked Meat Loaf, Sauce, Corn Bread Dressing, Boiled Sunday
')}.. DINNER Beef Barley Soup, BakedVirginia Tomato Gravy, Parsley Buttered SUPPER Braised Pork Slices, Blackeyed Peas, Buttered Greens, Divine Worship 1:30 a.m.
Ham, Cream Gravy, Potatoes, Seasoned Mixed Baked Chicken. & Rice Buttered Egg Salad Bar, Apricot Pie, Autumn's at All Saints Chapel.Church '.
Whipped Potatoes, Corn Fritters, Vegetables, Hot Spiced Beets Salad Noodles, Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Delight Cake.SUPPERS School 9:30: a.m.
Boiled Blackeyed Peas, Buttered Bar, Butterscotch Pudding, Martha Cream Style Corn, Salad Bar, Peanut Fried Shrimp or Fried Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
Butter Cookies, Strawberry Short All Saints Chapel.
Cake. Ham Steaks Seasoned Green Beans,
Junior Youth Fellowship
Fried Cabbage Parsley Buttered
Sunday,June 24 Potatoes, Cocktail Sauce Salad 12:30: p.m. Senior Youth
: J AX, : All, NEWS BREAKFASTS Chilled Bar Fellowship 1:30: p.m.EVfl1lnoWorshlp7:3O.
Tomato Apricot Pie, Chocolate Pudding.
Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Wednesday,June 27 p.m.
The JAX AIR NEWS It a Civilian Enterprise Order, Griddle Cake w-Syrup, BREAKFAST Chilled Orange at the Small Chapel.
French Toast, Choice of Bacon or Juice, Hot Farina Fried Eggs to
dlttrlbuted' each Thursday at the lf.5 Naval Air Station, Luncheon Meat, Baked Beans, Hash Order, French Toast w-Syrup, Choiceof Tuesday .
Jaektonvlllt, Florida, by the Holt Publishing' Company, a''I Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Bacon or Luncheon Meat Baked Senior Choir Rehearsal 7

private' f'Irm. All Copy mbmltttdfor use In th*lAX AIR NEWS BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Chicken Beans, Southern Style Corn Bread p.m.Christian at Science Bldg. 750 Service and I 8

must bt forwarded to the Public Affairs' Office Box I, NAS Noodle Soup, Creole Spaghetti Garlic Pastry Bar.DINNERS. p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Bread, Salad Bar, Lemon Cream of Potato Soup
Jackionvlllt, by 12:00 Meringue
noon on Monday before publication.
Stuffed Pork ,
Pie, Chocolate Cookies. Chops Brown Gravy,
Newt itemtare w'comd/r' m all eourcee. Telephone' 772-311 SUPPERS Breaded Veal Steaks Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Applesauce, NAVAL HOSPITAL
or 1111.M Seasoned Mixed Divine Worship 9:30: a.m.
Fried Fish Sticks, Brown Gravy Vegetables, Okra &
Snowflaked Tomato Gumbo, Salad Bar, 'Coconut at St. Lukes.
"Everything' advertised' 'In this publication mutt be made Sauerkraut Buttered Potatoes Green, Simmered Beans, Cream Pie, Applesauce Cake.

_: available' for purchase, ute or patronage without regard to Tartar Suce, Salad Bar, Chocolate SANDWICH LINE Chili Dogs, NATTCProtestant

i race, creed, color, national origin' or tex of the purchaser, Cookies, Lemon Meringue Pie. Onions Potato,"Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped Service, 10:30 Worship a.m. In

user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this" Monday,June 25 SUPPER essert Italian Bar.Spaghetti w-Meat Building 500.)

;''. policy of equal' opportunities' by an advertiser will result In the BREAKFASTS Chilled Pineapple Sauce Ravioli, Parmesan Cheese, CATHOLICSaturday
1; refusal' to print adv"tlllrt/rom that tource." Juice, Hot Oatmeal', Fried Eggs to Garlic Bread, Buttered Brussels
Order, French Toast Syrup, Choiceof Sprouts Salad Bar, Applesauce Cake, Mass S p.m. at
:} Advertisements' are solicited by the publisher and queries Bacon or Luncheon Meat. Baked Coconut Cream Pie.Thursday St. Edward's Chapel.
concerning' such should be directed' to: Beans, Pastry Bar. ,June 2* Sunday Mass a.m. and 11
A.m. Dally ,
DINNER Vegetable Soup, YankeePot BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice,
: THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Roast of Beef or Steamed Frankfurters Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Order, Tuesday Friday.11:30, Thursday a.m. Wednesday and- '. .r

I .' 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville. 32210 Potatoes* ,Natural Seasoned Gravy June, Peas Franconla Hot Ham Griddle or Cakes Pork Sausage w-Syrup, ,Pastry Choice Bar.of the Naval Mass Hospital 11:30: a.m.Chapel.at .. ;.[ :;.!

Telephone 387-3564 Spiced Beets, Salad Bar, Apple Pie, DINNERI Minestrone Soup, Grilled Saturday Confessions 4:30:
Texas Steaks,
Vanilla Wafers. Mushroom Gravy,

[VOL. 31 N.14 JUNE 21, 1973 Hamburger SANDWICH Buns LINES, French Sloppy Joes FrIed on Style Baked Corn Potatoes, Fried, Onion Buttered Rings,Cream Salad to 5 p.m.

Potatoes, Salad Bar, Relish Tray, Bar, Marble Cake Apple Brownie
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[:":, :VeteransAsk Virginia Cofran' i' \ y

Civilian Of Month .
Q-Is the Veterans Administration ; .
cutting back the number of i .1
people operating its hospitals? Jax-Virginia C. Cofran, Auditor in the Resources!) i

A-On the contrary, by the end : Management Department's Internal Review Division, ";

of fiscal year 1973 (June 30), VA : has been selected the NAS Jax Civilian Employee of the i
will have increased personnel in
u Month for May..
its hospital and medical care
program to a record 154,000 Since March 31; 1970, the In- less than one year. Mrs. Cofran's
-nearly 10,000 more than last ternal Review Division has accomplishments are many andre
fiscal year, and 20,000 above the assumed collateral duty meticulously performed."
fiscal year 1971 level. assignments for all station audit In addition,she has assisted the

Q-Can a veteran get VA helpin boards, reducing collateral duty Treasurer of the Combined
dealing with his family and job 4 7 / assignments for some 45 military Federal Campaign for the
and civilian ,Jacksonville in
employees. area recordingand
problems even though he isn't
sick? Approximately 30 station reporting campaign pledges.As .
A-Yes. Some of VA's veterans audits are currently being performed an Auditor, Mrs. Cofran
assistance centers are staffed a by four professional performs audit assignments in f
with social workers (now called auditors in the Division. functional areas where previous S
,According to a letter audit experience and-or standard
community service specialists)to "PELICAN" CAREER COUNSELOR CITED-Chlef} Petty Officer
nominating her for the honor, audit procedures have been
help meet the veteran's total Howard W. Miller, VP-45's Unit,Career Counselor, receives the Navy
"As part of this professionalteam established.Within these of
counseling needs. Specialists are Commendation Medal from Cdr. P.E. Herring,squadron CO,for being areas
in Boston New York Mrs. Cofran has not only assignment she determines that .
on duty instrumental in increasing the squadron's first term reenlistment rate '
Chicago, ':$t. Louis, Detroit and to its present high of 42 percent for fiscal year'73. This is the highest assumed her share of the load but approved accounting policies and .
other principal cities, and VA reenlistment rate for any VP squadron as reported by COM- has demonstrated outstanding procedures are followed. :
plans eventually to place them in NAVAIRLANT. characteristics of independence, Tn addition to winning this
all centers. professionalism and leadership."She honor, Mrs. Cofran received a
has adapted from the performance ,evaluation of
Veterans learning a trade, GI Bill Enrollments ranks of operating accountant to Outstanding during the last
that of professional auditor in rating period.
such as tile setter or plumber, ::2
and who are not in a cooper
ative on-the-job training (OJT) Reach New RecordJax :: .,

program, should request such m ST. MARKS'' EPISCOPAL,::: -
training from the VA. "Veterans in school Bill, 1.367 million veterans
under the current G.I. Bill sent trained in March, also a sub- \ll/ DAY SCHOOL '
FOR THE ULTIMATE April enrollments soaring to a stantial number.
SATISFACTION OF A nationwide record of 1.4 million- April statistics also 'reveal 14 I
the most in nearly 22 years," percent increases above year ago CHRISTIAN. EDUCATION FOR THEWHOLE ..
according to an announcementmade levels'in both on-the-job trainingand 'CHILD'
this week by Dwight 'G. education study below
: Koch, Director of the Veterans college level. On-the-job training
; Administration Regional Office in stood at 110,000, up from 96,000, I T K-6 Small Classes I

St. Petersburg."The while below college training rose
statewide total was 46,115 to 446,000 from 390,000.
for the month of April and that Meanwhile, the number of Excellent academic program citizenship training :, :i

r figure is 4,716 over 'the same veterans studying in college 4050 ORTEGA BLVD. PHONE 388-232 '
period of last year" he added. during April climbed 11 percentto

Noting enrollments rose 12 845,000 ,from '760,000_a year Open to all I regardless of race,creed or national.'origin. :i-,
jCrcent"over a, year' ago, Koch. earlier. trbe'April enrollment of ::. I
out "the last time 845,000yet r ns iSo'topped the ..
SEE MOON MULLINS pointed participation '
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who trained in ,1> i
veterans -- -- -
(LCdr. USN, Ret.) AT was higher was when 830,000 .. ",
1,433 million veterans trained March. ...
Claude Nolan under the original G.I. Bill in
December 1951." r

Koch said that although April's )
937 MAIN ST PHONE 353-3722 1.4 million enrollment was the "
highest under the current G.T.


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Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries' Bacon or Luncheon Meat. Baked Coconut Cream Pie.Thursday = St. Edward's Chapel. 1
Beans, Pastry Bar. Sunday Mass I a.m. and 11 .
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L I"T: :Veterans Virginia C Cofran }

L. Ask Civilian Of Month ': .:i

Q-Is the Veterans Administration -
cutting back the number of 4Ytit + Jax-Virginia C. Cofran, Auditor in the Resources ': .
people operating its hospitals?
A-On the contrary, by the end Management Department's Internal Review Division,
of fiscal year 1973 (June 30), VA has been selected the NAS Jax Civilian Employee of the .
will have increased personnel in Month for May. '

its hospital and medical care Since March 31,- 1970, the In- less than one year. Mrs. Cofran's .'
program to a record 154,000 ternal Review Division has accomplishments are many and ,:
-nearly 10,000 more than last assumed collateral duty are meticulously performed. :
fiscal year, and 20,000 above the she has assisted the ,;
assignments for all station audit In addition,
fiscal year 1971 level. boards, reducing collateral duty Treasurer of the Combined "...1
Q-Can a veteran get VA helpin assignments for some 45 militaryand Federal Campaign for the
dealing with his family and job t civilian employees. Jacksonville area in recordingand : I

problems even though he isn't Approximately 30 station reporting campaign pledges. z. "
sick? audits are currently being performed As an Auditor, Mrs. Cofran :
A-Yes. Some of VA's veterans ,
audit in
by four professional performs assignments
assistance centers are staffed 1 y t auditors in the Division. functional areas where previous
with social workers called Y ..
According to a letter audit experience and-or standard
community service specialists)to "PELICAN" CAREER COUNSELOR CITED-Chlef Petty Officer nominating her for the honor, audit procedures have been
help meet the veteran's total Howard W. Miller, VP-45's Unit Career Counselor, receives the Navy "As part of.this professionalteam established.Within these areas of
counseling needs. Specialists are Commendation Medal from Cdr. P.E. Herring,squadron CO, for being Mrs. Cofran has not only assignment she determines that
on duty in' Boston, New York, Instrumental in increasing the squadron's first term reenlistment rate assumed her share of the load but approved accounting policies and
Chicago, $t. Louis, Detroit and to its present high of 42 percent for fiscal year 73. This is the highest has demonstrated outstanding procedures are followed. .
other, principal cities, and VAplans reenlistment rate for any VP squadron as reported by COM- characteristics of independence, Tn addition to winning this
eventually to place them in NAVAIRLANT. professionalism and leadership. honor, Mrs. Cofran received a ,
all centers. ,"She has adapted from the performance .evaluation of
GI Bill Enrollments ranks of operating accountant to Outstanding during the last
Veterans learning. trade, r '
that of professional auditor in rating period. I IW
such as tile setter or plumber,
and who are not in a cooper .
ative on-the-job training (OJT) Reach New Record f
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training from the VA. Jax "Veterans in school Bill, 1,367 million veterans
under the current G.I. Bill sent trained in March, also a substantial \lV DAY SCHOOL 1

FOR THE ULTIMATE April enrollments soaring to a number. 1 a
SATISFACTION OF A nationwide record of 1.4 million- April statistics also reveal 14 ,
the most in nearly 22 years," percent increases above year ago CHRISTIAN EDUCATION'FOR THE ." ; .
according to an announcementmade levels in both on-the-job trainingand WHOLE"CHILD J 1 ".,
this week by Dwight G. education study below '
Koch, Director of the Veterans college level. On-the-job training 'I
I K-6 Small Classes I
., Administration Regional Office in stood at 110,000, up from 96,000,
St. Petersburg."The while below college training rose

statewide total was 46,115 to 446,000 from 390,000. Excellent academic program; citizenship training 1"J
for the month of April and that Meanwhile, the number of J
figure is 4,716 over the same veterans studying in college 4050 ORTEGA BLVD. PHONE 388-2632 i ..,
period of last year", he added. during April climbed 11 percentto !
Noting enrollments rose 12 845,000 from 760,000 year Open to all I regardless of race,creed,or national origin. .

,- percent over a, year ago, Koch. earlier.. The I April enrollment; of .
SEEMOONMULLINSLCdr. pointed out "the last time 845,000 veterans also topped the : t
participation who 'trained in r'&0 '...,....... W i 5 '
( USN, Ret.) AT was higher was when 830,000 veterans
1,433 million veterans trained March. ,. '
Claude Nolan under the original G.I. Bill in !, '
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EDITORS NOTE: The The Best,Deal officer review it with you. Alwaysdo credit union is regulated by the redeemable and draw interest or
following article is Of all the people you can this before you sign on the National Credit Union Ad- earn dividends for you. Dividendsare
reprinted from the borrow from, the people at your dotted line.Credit ministration; while state paid out of credit union .
1973 issue April Navy Credit Union can often give unions are member agencies regulate the field of earnings and may' be com ."
of ALL HANDS. you the best deal. Credit unions owned.The official structure of a membership for statecharteredcredit pounded annually, semiannuallyor
that service Navy personnel credit union is made up of unions. quarterly. '.':
or later, most of us provide low-cost credit together committees that are either
borrow money to meet our major with terms and services that are elected by the members or appointed Although some credit unions Navy credit unions are per-, ,
/ and unexpected financial not normally available to by persons elected by the have an extensive field of mitted to pay an annual dividendon
obligations. If wisely used, the Navymen and Navywomen mmmembership. Many credit membership and service their member earnings of up to 6.
credit can be a real tool. If through commercial credit in- union members serve without members by mail and overseas percent. However, the average I'
abused, it can be a menace to stitutions.The service is personal pay, although established credit teletype, most serve a limited annual dividend is computed at, j
financial security. and convenient and credit can be unions also have paid employees.When geographical area. It is about 5 and one-half percent. j I
Consumer credit is available obtained for almost any you borrow from a credit estimated that about 20,000 Dividends, like interest earned J
from banks, credit unions, loan provident or productive purpose. union, credit is granted by a stateside Navy personnel are from a bank account,are taxable 1
companies, department stores, Although authorized by credit committee responsible for currently ineligible for credit and must be reported to the Internal .. I''
jewelry stores, gas stations Congress to charge a maximum the approval or rejection of loan union membership.A Revenue Service. .
uniform shops; the list goes onand interest of 12 percent per annum, applications. Most of the loans j
on.There. Navy credit unions are currently made in credit unions today are program is being developedso Many credit unions, at no Individual
Is hardly anyone or any extending credit at yearly interest based on a member's individual that all Navymen and charge ta their mem..
business that will not loan their rates as low as eight or character and ability to repay. Navywomen will have an op- bers, provide loan protection
money to you if they can get it nine percent By contrast, interest The law permits unsecured portunity to join In some Navy insurance for their security in
back with interest; but how much on department store loans up to $2500.00 and credit union. The Personal case of death or disability. Some
interest? Before accepting credit charge accounts is often computed adequately secured loans in Services Division in the Bureauof even offer life. insurance in
from anyone, it usually pays to at one and one-half percentper larger amounts,depending on the Naval Personnel is working conjunction with member: i}.
shop around! Interest rates, loan month on the unpaid balancefor size of the credit union. Most vigorously to influence credit savings. ...
provisions and related servicescan an annual rate of 18 percent. 'credit unions will permit your unions to extend their fields of .
vary significantly from placeto Interest rates charged by loan dependents to join and some will membership, but it will take Many SafeguardsFor

place. companies and consumer finance allow you to retain ,your some time. ,your protection, there are
offices will usually run from 24 membership even after you many safeguards built into the.
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percent to 36 percent per annumin relocate to a new duty station or Joining Is Simple Federal Credit Union Act and
most states. If you borrow retire from active duty. For most Navymen and other rules and regulations have
Traffic from a commercial bank, interest Credit Unions First Navywomen, joining a credit been established by the National
rates will vary with your Actually, credit .unions were union is really very simple. You Credit Union Administration. .
Violations credit rating, the amount the first organizations to grant merely submit an applicationform
borrowed,the type of loan,where unsecured or character l loans in and agree to purchase at The shares in a federal credit
you live and other factors, but volume at reasonable rates of least one share, which usually are, insured for up to $20,000 by'
Jax-The following is a reportof you may pay an annual interest interest. Other institutions were costs$5.00. Once your applicationis the administrator of the National
motor vehicle accidents and rate of eight.percent to 14 per not prepared to offer low-cost, accepted and you' become a Credit Union Administration. All
traffic violations for the period of cent. personal (consumer'), 'credit member or shareholder, an federal credit unions are
June 410. Know Your Contract based primarily character. account will be opened for you 'required to obtain performancebonds
Number of Accidents Loan contracts are written in The first general credit union and you :will be entitled to the on their officers and em
This Period 7 technical legal language and can legislation was passed by the benefits and services that are ployees. Audits are required and
This Period a year ago 6, often be confusing and difficult to state of Massachusetts: in 1909 offered by your particular credit accounts must be verified at
Total accidents this year 209 understand.: In all cases, the and in 1934 the Congress of the union. regular .intervals, either by, or
Total number of days since last clearest guide to understandingthe United States approved 'a bill 'to The shares or savings. under the direction of a super
injury in a motor vehicle accident actual cost of the credit is the set ,up a federal credit union deposited in, your account are visory committee.
184 annual percentage rate of interest system. Practically all of I the
Total number of days since last ;.. states have now passed. credit
injury in a motor vehicle The truth in lending law,now.in.' unionlegislation.There: i2Z43
cident *.". 2., effect', requires'' lending::*institutions -} ; are nearly a hundred '
Number of days since an injury to show the annual' credit unions now serving'Navy' Big Chief"Soy. : -
last year at this time 18 percentage rate on all loans and, Marine Corps personnel.
Number of Violations before the transaction is com I Each credit union has a field of. FRONT
This Period 69. pleted.If you are obtaining credit membership. or geographicalarea ,
Speeding 14 from anyone,.make sure to read in which it may operate The WHEEL ALIGNMENT
Reckless driving 1 your contract or have your legal field of membership for a federal

Going through stop sign 2 WITH PURCHASE OF 4

Twenty-four Other Violations drivers appeared 51 LEAVE COMING UP? 4 TIRES ON

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various periods; five were money,needs:are handled the way.you want them. '
assigned to complete an eight- Call.or come.in-we'll do the rest... .
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Sixteen drivers were assessed 775X14F.E.T.Irem
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located at Bldg. 2 on the Vegetable Soup, Baked Meat Y rating, Navy Counselor, will be
southeast corner of Yorktown Loaf with Macaroni and added to the role of general
I and Ranger. All military and Tomatoes, Chopped Swiss Steaks b ratings for petty officer first
J civilian personnel and their with Mushroom Sauce, Broiled ; 1 class through master chief petty
1 guests are invited to use the Pork Chops with Apples, 7 oz. officer. .
\ facility. Chopped Sirloin, Surf Cakes with iJL Personnel selected for E-6 may
Breakfast is served from 6-8 Hush Puppies. r apply and personnel in pay grade
a.m. and lunch is served from 11 Mashed Potatoes, French E-5 may apply only if they have
i a.m. to 1 p.m. Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, recruiting or counseling ex
This week's menu is as follows: Field Peas, Mustard Greens, perience.
Monday,June 25 White Squash.
Eligibility requirements for the
: Cream of Tomato Soup*, Fried Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Counselor
Navy rating are as
; Chicken, Beef Back Ribs with Chef Salad Bowl, Plain follows: .
New Potatoes, Pork Cutlets with Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage
Be mature
I 1. a responsible
Sweet and Sour Sauce. 7 oz. Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese,
(Left) is congratulated by individual of at least 21 of
DUAL HONORS IstLt. Ord J. Fink, Jr. years
j Chopped Sirloin, Baked Fish. Fruit Cup, Tuna Salad, Carrot
to his
Mashed Potatoes, French and Raisin, Beet Salad. LtCol. David Teichmann, MATSG CO, for being promoted age.
IstLt. Fink also was presented a 2. Have completed High Schoolor
present rank.At the same ceremony
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple
Blackeyes, Turnip Greens, Corn. Pie,Blueberry Cobbler, Assorted Letter of Appreciation citing his contributions to MATSG's barracks GED equivalent. _

Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Puddings, Layer Cake. naDiTamnry. progra. m.:0:0: >>:.:0-:............................................................ Commanding 3. Be recommended Officer. by
Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Thursday,June 28 >>::-:>>:-. "<<-. :
Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Minestrone Soup, Shrimp 4. Posses or be able to obtain a

Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Creole over Rice Chicken Pan BLACK HISTORYMATHEW government driver's license.
Fruit Cup, Tuna Salad, Waldorf Pie, Baked Ham with Sweet 5. No conviction in civilian or
Salad, Stuffed Eggs. Potatoes, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, military courts in the past three

Egg Custard, Apple Pie, Chicken Fried Steaks. years.
Coconut Cake, Assorted Pud- Mashed Potatoes, French Request chits and applicationsmust
I I dings. Fried Potatoes,Rice and Gravy, ALEXANDER HENSON (1866-1955)( ) be submitted no later than

Tuesday,June 26 Buttered Cabbage, Pinto Beans THE WORLDJax June 25. Request chits must
; Pea Soup,Vegetable Beef Stew Peas. contain telephone numbers

1 with Rice, Baked Turkey with Almond Cream Pie, Apple Pie, The signs of true adventure showed up early in where personnel can be con-

i Dressing, 'Baked Liver with German Chocolate Cake, Matthew flenson. At the ripe old of 13 he shippedout tacted.
Onions, 7 oz. Chopped. Sirloin, Assorted Puddings. age Applications may be obtained
Fried Ocean Perch. Friday,June 29 as a cabin boy on a ship to China. from ESO Bldg. 200.

Mashed Potatoes, French Clam Chowder, Fish 'Almon- But it was in Washington, D.C., that he met the man For further information about

Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, dine,Stuffed Peppers with Creole who would make ,him famous-. Robert E. Peary. the program, contact ESO, Ext.
Great Northern Beans, Broccoli Sauce, Country Steaks with Peary discovered Matt Henson working in a Washingtonhat 2596 or 2597.
with Sauce, Zuchini and Yellow Rice, 7 oz. Chopped
1 Sirloin shop and invited him to join a canal-surveying expedition -
] Tomatoes. Ham and Macaroni SpecialServices J
Tossed Salad, Combination Augratin. to Nicaragua. Henson accepted.

i Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Mashed Potatoes, French Under Peary's guidance, Matt Henson became an

I Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Fried Potatoes, Rice and,Gravy, able navigator. A short time later, Peary began his

I i Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Spinach, Stewed Tomatoes, renowned arctic expeditions to the North Pole. Henson t
Fruit Cup, Tuna Salad, Cauliflower.
accompanied the famous admiral all
Cucumber Mix Pea.Salad. on seven trips.

j Peach Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Raisin Pie, Boston Cream PieApple" Moving
"l On the final trip, Pearylay exhausted and crippled by
Short Cake Assorted
I Strawberry .Pier Banana Cream
1\\ Puddings. 1 Pudding. ,frostbite. Someone had to make the last'dash to the Pole
Jax NAS Services will
{ since a number of nations were competing for the claim. Special
start moving today from Bldg.
Matt Henson was the man. Calculating his own course, 704 to Bldg. 620, located on En-
WESTS1DI TOYOTA INC,< he trudged the painful miles diligently until he bacame terprise between Gillis and Jason

the first man to locate and stand on the North Pole. St. near the indoor pool.
JACKSONVILLE'S NO, 1 QUALITY"ORIENTED Peary arrived 45 minutes later and the men planted the Moving is scheduled to be

flag together in the snow. completed by Monday.,
During the moving period, it is
anticipated that there will be 1
$2679 P.O.E 'some unavoidable reduction in ;

73 Corona 4 Dr. $1998 P.O.E. $2589 services, particularly Western.

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JUNE; 21, 1973

I! Vietnam Vets. I
States Set Benefits For ...

I entitled to a paymentof military service. Bonus paymentis
With the termination of the need not be reported on either income a legal resident of this State on 1 he shall be $250 regardless of the
i of his length of length of
Vietnam Conflict, January 27, tax form. October 1967. Bonus payment is $300 regardless service.: Application deadline
1973.several of the States which Following is a listing of the $10 for each month of active duty service. five years from official is
and termination
have authorized bonuses have States which have authorized the between the dates specified For further information date for
changed their eligibility require- payment of a bonus and a general above,up to maximum of$300. application forms, write: State of Service Medal.eligibility for Vietnam

ments. In all cases, eligibility de- summary of requirements which If a member of the Armed Delaware,Veterans Service Divi In the.event of the death
North Union Street, of
termination rests with State au- must be met: Forces dies during the performance sion, 618 a
thorities and individuals applyingmust CONNECTICUT Individualsmust of duty or as a result of duty, Wilmington, Delaware 19805 unrelated Serviceman to or Vietnam veteran of causes

meet all requirements. have had at least 90 days of survivors may be entitled to the ILLINOIS Individuals must entitlement the service af
ter to bonus
However, individuals should apply active duty between January 1, bonus payment. For further in- have served on active duty onor, and
even if there is a doubt as to 1964, and the date which is determined formation and application forms afterJanuary 1,1961, and must prior to' its payment, certain survivors -
eligibility in order to allow responsible to be the end of the write: Veterans Bonus Division, have been awarded the Vietnam may receive the bonus
State authorities to rule Vietnam Conflict and must have State Treasurer's Office, 15 Service Medal. All applicantsmust payment. These are: unremar
ried widow, or minor child
on the claim. resided in Connecticut for at least Lewis Street, Hartford, Connecticut have resided in the State for or
State bonus payments are wholly exempt one year prior to entry on active 06115. at least 12 months immediatelyprior children under 18 years of age,or

from Federal and State taxes andKX&SW&MM duty. Applicants must have been DELAWARE individuals must to entering military service. surviving parent or parents.
State law also authorizes
.;;; :::::::: :: :: : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::&: &m&&s&m&: :: : ::: ; : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: have had at least 90 days of active Bonus payment is $100, with ment to certain survivors of pay-Servicemen
dutybetweenAugust 5,1964 and $1,000 payable to his beneficiaryif
whose death

jj Consolidate Your Bills To $2,000.00 |ti tiL January have 27 resided, 1973.in Delaware Applicantmust at Vietnam the Serviceman or dies from was Vietnam killed in result within of the dates cited service above occur as a
military in the
L; TERMS TO SUIT YOU AT BANK RATES r| time of entry into the Armed service-connected causes. For Vietnam combat' area. In this
i further information and application -
ti Forces if native-born, or have resided of
event, a payment $1,000 is au
.in the State for at least 12 forms, write: Illinois Vet- thorized survivors listed
j months immediately before entry erans Commission, Vietnam above.
SOUTHERN For information and
The State of Delaware bonus Compensation Fund, 221 W. Jefferson -
Street, Springfield, Illinois :.Louisiana Department of
is follows $15 for
payment as :
INDUSTRIAL Veterans Affairs, Vietnam Bonus
I I BANK each month of Stateside service, 62705. Division, 3rd Floor, Old State
to maximum of$225 $20 for LOUISIANA-Individuals must
up a ;
I each month of foreign service, up have served in the Vietnam com- Capitol,.Baton Rouge, Louisiana
g: ]"The Little Bank with a Big Heart"Member V 111 70801.
to a maximum of$300. Paymentto bat area between July 1, 1958,

.... F.D.I.C. '. a veteran or his beneficiarymay and the official termination date SSACHUSETI'S-Individuals
not exceed$300 EXCEPT in of service eligibility forawardof must have had six months active
i !
the event .a' veteran dies during the Vietnam Service Medal duty between July 1, 1958 and
:: : Our 'Installment Loan Dept.Is Open Until 4 P.M. ::1::
service, the beneficiary shall be and must have been a citizen of (Cont.On Pg.9)
r:: 11 NORTH LAURA STREET PHONE 355-0422 ::: paid the added sum of$300,or if a the State at time of entry into

veteran has a 60 percent or greater -
L service-connected disability,
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-The Enlisted Wives Clubof presented to Mrs.Teri Sauerweinin

VP-24 met June 13 at the appreciation for being an

Bellair Apartments Game Roomin "unselfish, outstanding citizen of

I Orange Park with 19 ladies the community. and member of
present. the club."

The club's next social event The VP-24 Officer and Enlisted
: will be an Installation Dinner- Wives met at the Hospital Field

Dance scheduled for Tuesday, for a softball game June 10. The
July 3, at 7 p.m. in the NAS Jax Enlisted Wives emerged victorious -
CPO Club. Tickets are available after seven innings of

c\\ c-.' 5872 SAN JUAN BLVD. through cl members at- $2.50 ,play by a Score of 13-2,

) per person. Cdr. Doherty, VP-24 CO, actedas
786-6070 The Father and Son Banquethas umpire and presented a trophyto
been cancelled. the Enlisted Wives-a "Bat"

Elections were held for the July stenciled softball mounted on a

through December term. The wooden plaque.A .

new officers are: President, Luau-Pool Party was
Loretta Kummerfeldt; Vice sponsored by the club at the CPO

President, Bonnie Rustman; pool June 9 with 28 people at

Secretary-Treasurer, Nancy tending. Each wife brought a
Williams; and Parliamentarian, covered dish and, after the storm
Janice Ilamm. finally stopped, everyone headed
for the pool. .
The club presented a VP-24 The Batglrls' next business

"E" Wives charm to Mrs Ethel meeting will be held Wednesday,
F o FAST Jenkins, who is leaving the club
July 11, at the Bellair Apart-
due to transfer orders.A ments
Game Room in Orange
I HOT VP-24 "E"Wives plaque was Park


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payment of the bonus Vietnam Conflict CompensationBureau have be entitled to a bonus payment.of ( J
prior to tlc date to'be announced will be made to the and resided In the State I
widow unremarried Harrisburg, Pennsyl- prior to entering active duty. $120. No'payments will be made ;'
Conflict and must have had at widower,or to surviving '
vania 17120. Bonus for an enlistment of 6 month i.J
will be
child payment figured at
least six months legal residencein or children, or to a person "
the State standing in loco SOUTH DAKOTAIndividualsmust the rate of$10 for each month of less for the sole purpose of train- 1 .
immediately parentis, '
prior to or to ,
surviving have had service in service not to exceed a total of 12 ing or for any service performed i
into parent
entry or
military service. Career parents. For
military personnel must have had further information and application Vietnam between July I. 1958 months. after the date declared to ,be the |
forms and August 1964or must have end of the/ Vietnam conflict. I .'a
six months write 1
residence prior to : Adjusted Compensation Payment will be made
had upon For further information and j
at least 90 days of active
July J", 7958. Bonus is $300 to Division, Box 1817, honorable discharge or separation t
the Armed Forces afterAIIgwrt application I forms, write: Military | }
those whose duty included the Bismarck North Dakota 58501. or death in service.In .
5, 1964, to April 1. J973 (the lat- upon Department Veterans' Affairs, I .!
Vietnam theater and $200 to all PENNSYLVANIA Individualsmust the case of an enlisted man State Veterans' Affairs
ter date determined by tileGOllf'Or :
others. In the event of the death ofa have served on active duty of South Dakota as the or woman who dies while in Ser- City Hall, Montpelier, Vermont ;
Serviceman or veteran prior to in the Vietnam Theatre of Operation termination date for veterans vice the spouse or next of kin will 05601. j.,':
payment, his survivors-wife .eligible the
for Vietnam bonus benefits in this State).
child or children, ,or parents, in Service Medal and must have
Bonus payment will be made at L LI'
that order-may receive been a legal resident of
pay- Pennsyl- fltfl
the rate of $20 per month for actual -
ment. For information and appli- vania upon entry into the Armed time spent in Vietnam and .(

cation forms, write: Common- Forces. Eligibility period-1 July $10 per month for service else- r '
wealth of Massachusetts, State 1958 to 28 March 1973. Deadline where in the world. Maximum SWITCH TO f 1. r.

Treasurer, Bonus Division, Room date for applications is 28 March payment is $360 for individualswith .

227, State House, Boston, Massachusetts 1975. Payment is computed( at the no service in Vietnam and M
02133. rate of $25 Lb174- a
per or major
$500 individuals with a combination
fraction ((15 days or more) for
NORTH DAKOTAIndividualsmust of service in Vietnamand _
have had at least 60 days of each month spent In the Vietnam elsewhere.New __prwL 0 -

active duty between August 5, Theatre of Operation. Payment is provision: As of July I, 1972 f
1964, and January 28,1973the not based on or computed like certain disabled Vietnam-era .

date determined to be the end of hostile fire or combat pay. Time veterans of South Dakota may

hostilities in Vietnam) and must spent in military hospitals as a result collect the maximum bonus of TITLE ltUR ,\,
have been a legal resident of the wounds injury or diseases $500 without .regard to a time

State for at least six months priorto contracted in the Vietnam period the veteran is 10 percentor
Theatre is also
entry into the military.service. compensate. more disabled on July 1, 1972, .
Bonus payments will be calcu- Maximum payment is $750 to or later for service-incurred disa- SHOft t T t R M 7 JOR 5 V ftC.QNV

lated at the rate of $12.50 per living veterans and $1000 to eli- bility while on active duty in the E'N',6' ,NT MONT ML v c. H F c K 5 f
gible beneficiaries of deceased "
month for Stateside service, and Vietnam area anytime from June fJ
$17.50 per month for foreign service veterans who died of wounds or a 1, 1958, to April 1, 1973. Such in- NO MANAGEMENT FEES.
disease contracted in Vietnam as dividuals must have received MINIMUM
up to a maximum paymentof or INVESTMENT $2000
$1,600.00. The law providesthat the result of Vietnam Service. been eligible to receive the Viet- SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY

if a member of the Armed Beneficiaries may be the widowor nam Service Medal. FL'ORiDA RESIDENTS ONLY
widower child or children
under -
Forces dies on active duty during Send Coupon.for Information
21 years of age at the time of Veterans or ,surviving depen- .r
the period of hostilities his '
beneficiary shall receive the individual's death,or parents dents may be paid the bonus. EVERS & ASSOCIATES
in that order.For further information Application forms and further
amount of not less than $600. In 1727 PARK AVE, BOX757 ORANGE PARK, FLA.32073
and application forms, write: information may be obtained
the case of a deceased eligible TELEPHONE 244-4400
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania from: Director of South Dakota

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I .":Some Mail Order Education Schemes Fail Test J;:::, I

Juan Stripe(whose identity has tion benefits : ": 4fl
his much or cost you a thing because the 1 books on law were so technicalthat lems with the less'reputable correspondence :
been disguised at request is an what for he wasn't
intelligent(and ambitious sure.There he Veteran's Administration going i you'd need a degree in jurisprudence schools is the hard.
He'd been stationfor young was sitting inhis room wondering to pay for it but I will need a ] to even come close to sell, high-pressure techniquesthey .
serviceman on what Jo, do with his time.
$25 deposit and your John Hancock i understanding them. There sometimes their
months and encourage
few after
a awhile Knock, knock, knock
began to feel slightly Phred "Hi, I'm on this innocent-looking wasn't a magnifying glass included salesmen to use in getting the
Phinque of the Nev-r- piece of paper/' continued the < sd he couldn't the '
bored.Without a car,his off-duty Learn even see serviceman (or' woman, sorry
restricted the Correspondence School, persistent salesman, i words legibly.And then there was Gloria. .)into signing a contract
time was available on the to installa activities deal and have for I got" a special,one-time Stripe thought this was the i the bill. almost$300. This isn'tat before he knows what he's signIng
you. greatest thing he had heard since > all what he thought it was going .
tion.Although Stripe, somewhat naive and piped-in music. Now he could sit. i to be like.What should he do? Names of courses are often
he felt the diversi
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room something rewarding PROTECTION nebulous and the student some;;:
fication was limited, one idea intently to every word that poured with his time, but he Getting a serviceman or woman times finds himself in a course:'.
stuck in his head:education.If he from his crooked mouth. This didn't have the deposit. to sign that contract is the that isn't what he wanted in the .'
j was ever,going to amount to anything seemed to be exactly what he was "Ah, don't worry about that little salesman's goal. One of the prob- first place. t :.:' ,
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tion. He vaguely understood he educating himself to do,"added the salesman in The Last of the True Wilderness;,"a
; had some Veteran's Administra ". and Mr. Stripe, this won't an effort to close the deal,"Since .V" V. ".,
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minutes) and I trust you, (look "

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so as soon as, the contract was 10% down..Good Terms! i :?: :''i8? 'j
signed,he sealed it in an envelope NO HIDDEN CLOSING COSTS.v. -- '
with the, deposit. Promising Think of RetirementSite ;- / .....; .. t
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CSC Answers Questions ____


About Early Retirements / t -

Jax The Civil Service reduced one-sixth of 1 percent,for retire and parts of the i
Commission ,has received many each month the employee is organization, occupations, and
retirement questions from under age 55. geographic locations where the
Federal agencies and employees. These are the same agency wants to permit the
Inquiries have dealt largely requirements previously retirement option.Justification .
with the recently authorized 6.1 authorized for employees .who for requesting a

percent cost-of-living annuity are involuntarily separated geographic area larger than the .r
increase that becomes effective through no fault of their own. competitive area directly effected r e t
July 1, with'the effect of the in. -Purely voluntary retirementon by the RIF must show how ,
crease on current employees who the part of employees, who the agency intends to use the
have sufficient service to qualifyfor will be informed that they are extended geographic area to
retirement, and with new entitled to all retention rights in a provide jobs for employees being
legislation that permits early reduction in forceDetermination. riffed.
optional retirement for certain by the Civil 4. The Commission's deter
employees serving in agencies Service Commission as to mination will take into accountthe
undergoing major reductions in whether a RIF is major, whetherit number and location of VP-45 THANKS NAESU REP-Peter PriceVP-45's civilian NAESU
force. extends to a whole departmentor positions to be reduced in relationto representative accepts a Letter of Appreciation from Cdr. P.E.
The following information has agency or if it may be limitedto the total number and Herring, "Pelicans"skipper. Price was cited for efforts in support of
been issued by the Commissionas one or more installations, distribution of employee, impacton squadron maintenance which contributed greatly to the squadron
guidance on the subject: geographic areas, or competitive the local economy, degree of setting record P-3C maintenance readiness figures for the past three
U Current Federal employeeswho levels (type of work and grade of disruption of operations and the
are eligible to retire and employees). effect on the agency's or in. months.SGLI
.) wish to qualify for the cost-of- 3. In light of the new stallation's future capability to Spells HELP
living increases must go :legislation, the Commission has carry out its mission. .
separated or in a non-pay status issued a bulletin to agencies t By LTJG. R.H. DOWNING the past. Every time a pay recordis
5. Time limits during which an .
before midnight June 30. providing information about the elect Most men and women oh active opened for more than 30 days,
employee can
2. New legislation, passed by legislation then pending and early the maximum SGLI is
retirement will be set by the duty in the Armed Forces have it, coverage
both houses of Congress and for automatically entered and
outlining procedures making Commission so the but they may not. It isn't catch.
signed into law by the President determinations regarding plan and out agency the RIF can efficiently ing, and in fact, it could pay off checked at current rates.
,on June 12,permits early optional "Major reductions force." carry should you have some.We're talk. Q-What are the current cover
retirement for employees The bulletin indicated that an ing about SGLI-not a disease, ages available under SGLI? Whatdo
certain agencies undergoing agency undergoing a major RIF, 6. Retirement must be a purely but a kind of insurance policy. they cost?
major reductions i in force. The or scheduled to do so within the voluntary decision on the part of Here's a Q and A explanation: A-Maximum coverage cur
new law provides: next year, may ask the Com- the employee. He must not be Q-What is SGLI? rently available is $15,000 at a
-Early optional retirement in mission to make the necessary directly or indirectly coerced into A-SGLI, sometimes abbreviated cost of $2.55 per month. Also
major RIF situations, as determination on whether the making the decision to retire and SEGLI, is Servicemen's available are a$10,000 policy at a
determined by the Civil Service RIF in major. he must be informed of his Life Insurance. This cost of $1.70 per month and a
Commission, for employees of The agency's request should retention rights in the reductionof gram, administered by the VA, '$5,000 plan at $0.85 per month.
any age with at least 25 years' privide information on desired force. provides life insurance to all servicemen Q-I'm told that I have been au
service or after 20 years' serviceat time limits during which em- on active duty, including tomatically insured for$15,000 at
age 50. Annuities will be ployees may be permitted to 7. The Commission will not reservists on active duty a monthly cost of two ,or three
determine that an agency is for more than 30 days. bucks.Can I cancel or reduce that
Everything for the Home Interior undergoing a major reduction in Q-I have heard 'about SGLI coverage if I want? What are my

force without first receiving a and it sounds like a good dear: options, if any?
'::: written request from the head of A-If you do not desire the
What do I have.to do to get it?
..... an agency that the,agency wantsa A-Coverage under SGLI is automatic $15,000 coverage, you may electin ;
\":.:'. determination to help lessen,the, ,< :hence you need do writing be insured either for
hardships of a major reduction in nothing-unless you voluntarily a reduced amount or not at all.

force. canceled your SGLI sometime in


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Bldg., Jacksonville, Florida 32202. 2108 Blanding Boulevard
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I a a a I CALL: 387-3566 J Movie Schedule ..,-it\::

Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than .:t
arriving too late for this deadline will be Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads
otherwise.. A check or published the following week unless the publisher Is Instructed m m, m m m .1A
money order for the cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy. f

RATE: minimum charge ((3Unes) ...$2.00 Per "" Thursday,June 21 HOSPITAL: "TWO PEOPLE"NAS
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Mall to; HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4747 SAN JUAN AVE., : "FRIGHT" Melodrama,
JACKSONVILLE 32210 Sunday June 26 ,
Starring Susan George and Honor ,

3lackman. "PG" (94 min.)
: ? $8SO.,14 ft. Fg. Boaf& : "THE ,
Sales&Rentals,9359103rd St. Call 771275.
tilt trailer, $250. Air Conditioner EMIGRANTS" Drama Starring Ryan O'Neal and
TEMPORARY JOBS Call 388-7676. $100 Photostating and notary service'JUSTISSTRAILER Starring ,
FOR NAVY WIVESAll Max Von Sydow and Liv Jacqueline Bisset. "PG" (105
office skills needed. Long and SACRIFICE PARK Ullmann. "PG" (151 min.) min. .
No 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean Moderr )
short assignments. fee. We Pay $300., 7FT. pool table for $150,2 mos. Friday,Jane 22 "
You. old. Love Seat new $145., trailer and apts. 389-3007. : HOSPITAL "RYAN'S. I
selling for
: iff.
XTRAHELPERS.3U-S1H $50. Kawasaki Trail Boss DAUGHTER"
IQOC.C. $245. 7251291. motorcycle. PEACHTREE Starring Peter Fonda ,<
MOBILE HOME SALESMANHigh 65'Xll',2BR., kit. & LR Furn., CH&A, and Lindsay Wagner. "R" (101 Monday June 25
pay, short hours, part-time. W3-8S H.P. W&D, skirted setup Conv location.
min. NAS "FUNNY GIRL"Musical ""r
Apply In person, Mobile Home '7316ft., Deep Cobia Boat. '73 Galv. Small equity, assume loan. Call 641- ) :
Brokers, 5897 Roosevelt Blvd: Trl. w.13" wheels. All approved CG 1624 aft. 5:30: p.m.U'XiO'MOBILE. HOSPITAL:' "FRIGHT"Saturday. Starring Barbra 't

WAITRESSESPART.TIME Equip,OMC Instr. SST Prop. & other .Jane 23 Streisand and Omar Sharif. "G" ".n'.
OR FULL-TIME Ace. $2700. Final. Can be seen at 4668 HOME NAS: "RYAN'S DAUGHTER" (150 min.)

Private Club, Good hours, great pay, Homestead Rd., In Ortega, 387-1345. 3BR., IVzB.,for Sale or Rent Drama, Starring Robert Mit- HOSPITAL: "THE THIEF

Call Mrs. Dryden, 3471653.SECRETARIAL BOAT FOR SALE 2895011. chum and Trevor Howard. TG" WHO CAME TO DINNER". '

1972 Trl-Hull with 85 H.P. and galv. ASSUME PAYMENTS I
HELP trailer. May be seen in Cecil. Ex. 1972 Sabre, Like New, 12'X65', 2BR.,
WANTEDFull change Parking lot, June 21 and 25th l%Bath, carpeted, CH&A, Call 77J- JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION ,
or part-tlme, best-Jax. Pay, good Call 7811568.. 5732 aft. 5PM Mon.-Fri. ,.
work conditions, name your days or >
*,mX'H-...;.{.... .T.i<<';: REPOSSESSION SALE
hours, Westside If preferred. Com H rfti ;cJK 12'X68'MOBILE HOME
pany will pay refresher course at 2BR., 2B., CH&A, carpeted, DW, ..
Cumberland typing, shorthand, WE BUY&SELL EQUITIESCall carport, utility shed, skirted, set-up,
bookkeeping for accepted applicants. us for quick service ready to move-In, many extras. 264 Why pay full price when you can get it for less?

Phone 354-0111 for Interview. Morrison I.Taylor,Inc. :3675, If no answer 26/-1546.F Y:J.Sr1d.Y. -:: S':::?::::m ItiY4N.....(.M1. .. ..MY.SM1S. <.5. j2 yy.y r ...

SECURITY GUARDS NARF 771-3052 4543 Wesconnett Blvd.737-3864 F}.k!;':plnlc.11r: / ; .1t.J.: : ) :>:>:: 69 FORD MUSTANG :'

Weekends. Immediate openings for 2-Door Hardtop, PS, R&H.
Security Guards at NARF by private GREEN COVE SPRINGS '72 SUZUKI WO I
Well cared for and In perfect con.
company. Must be high school Residential,Lots,Acreage $1495
graduate. Prior guard experience has.Mobley,Realtor 284-9365 dltlon, $750., 772-2170 or 7727504.
Lee Duncan,Associate 264.6861 "'
preferred but not required. Will train. 1964 VW SEDAN 1300
Shifts available from 3:00p.m.: to IN REAL ESTATE MATTERSCall Excel. Cond.,$650., Call Pete Evers at ?1 MERCURY COUGAR Radio and heater.
U:00p.m. end 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. Wayne Shrum 264-4400 or aft. 5:30 P.M. 2646805. 2-Door Hardtop,new tires, PS, ::f:: $ 1 095
$2.05 to $2.10 hour. Additional '
Inc. Realtors
Blanding Agency R&H. r 69 CHEVY MALltiu
hours and full time employment 771-9513 '46 PONTIAC LEMANS $2495 :

possible. Must be In good physical AT, WW, HT, Very good cond., .$475., :.: AC, PS, PB R&H
condition and undergo strict security CORNER LOT 772-3067 ask for Mr, Velez. 71 FORD PINTO ::r $1445
Concrete Block, 3BR., $12,500. Excel
& fire
Investigation arm qualificationtest. Radio and heater.
Retired Military welcomed. For Serviceman Location. '68 CUTLASS CONV. ::# 71 MGB CONVERTIBLE
Information & interview call Mr. PS, AC&H, Radio, Excel. Cond., $1395 : 4 speed Sports Car
Grout, 264.9513, Ext. 108, daily or aft. SP.M.
weekends.An up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile TRAVELALL ;
equal opportunity employer. radius Cecil Field & 1-295 $2,000.00 to $2095
far 4-door, HT, PS, AT,AC, R&H,Maroonwblack AC Auto. trans., PS, PB, V-8
$3,000.00 per acre. Prices are
PART-TIME below near-future values. Call Art vinyl top. Excellent Con engine, R&H. $2395 72 PONTIAC
Interesting part-time work 'avail.for Laughrun, Ret. Navy Chief 389.5514, dltlon. $1095., phone 3981533. 3 Custom Coupe, Black with

Senior MCO, with In town temporaryhelp Eve 771-7441. jf .1943 VWExcel. 69 OLDS '442' SPORT I: vinyl Jop. Loaded! with AC,
service..' Must be free mornings WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA Transp. Good running cond:,
floor shift, PS .
from 6 am.9 a.m.. Some weekend Realtors Specialist $295.00 2648680. R&H.I stereo:! radio and tape. .
work also. Must be personable -
aggressive, & able to work under CALL SHIPMATEJoe I BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY $ $3595

pressure.Call 355-2730 from 10:00 a.m. Ropiak(RET Navy) Used VW's compacts, other foreign 4
.'3 p.nv Licensed Real Estate Salesman makes. Astro Motors 6566 Normandy PHONE 384-1391 ...BILL LUNSFORD
Blvd. 781-4978.
CERAMICS INSTRUCTORMGR.For Blanding Agency, Inc.Realtors
Ceramics Hobby Shop. Must be Office 771.9513
qualified. Firing, pouring, sales & Home 781-7715_ Nolan (USN RET.)

instructingApply at Bldg. 4, NAS 2 MILES TO AiK BASE Duval Motors,387-6541.Ext.263

Cecil. Special Services. No phone 3BR., 2 Tile/ B., Hallow tile house, 68 OLDS CUTLASS STA.WG.

calls. garage,fireplace, fence, trees, 3AC's, Radio Air, $1295. This can be seen at 1-295
TELLERS WANTED by owner, 4665 Blount Ave. 3885292. 680 Custer CIRCLE. Bell lair West TAKE ""
Park. For details call 264-3675: .
Experienced Part-Tlme work. Call NEAR BASES Orange
3847541. Move-In now for-$500. deposit, have if no answer 264-7546. "i
An equal opportunity employerA rest financed In 1 mo. New Marrietta DIRECT TO.
Brick front,3BR.,2B.,w-w carpet, kit.
contained with CH&A, will sleep
equip. CH $21.500., 786-3744._ 6. For additional details 264-3675 or ...... .

recorded message by WE BUY EQUITIES 2647546.
SCOTT EDWARDSTells Louise, Bailey MANGY alVO.
tiff 440/1
you how to be a Broker 7713605HOLLYCRESTORANGE JANUARY AUTOMOTIVE 1 -f
DISC JOCKEY' 1171 CASSAT 387-2839 '1
call'355-2944 any hour. Approved for PARK THELARGESTLITTLE USED .r
veterans. Columbia School of Beautiful 4BR., 2B.; CHA, Fla. Rm., CAR DEALER IN JACKSONVILLE .,
Braodcasting. San Francisco. Not Kit. Equip. 2 car encl. garage, Ig. DEALING IN EXCEPTIONAL I
affiliated with CBS Inc. Course by Beautiful lot with trees. Priced in low FOREIGN& DOMESTIC USED CARS
home study. fifties. For details call Fred T. Davis 1970 TOYOTA'CORONA ii }
Realtor 396-9013 or 2643675. If no 4DR., Sedan, White w-Blue Int., 4- WESTSIDE :: HAS J "Jr' :
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES OF JA* answer 2647546. Spd., R&H, Clean $888. :.:. CECIL .;:: I
!fabrication In rescreening, window ti .UD. '<1:, 1 Id
screens, screen doors patio & pool _'='___......"...v"""-- ''''''''''_->'',''''''1r' :::: ::.:'. .!
roofs & car. > {: ''s.. .,. III ::-c
enclosures, aluminum

operated ports, free by: estimates.Norman T.Owned Abrams& 2BR., Apts.- ORANGE furn. or PARae--- unfurn., Dishwasher :' \ <,,: .::...'"i.. f \;.:.,..,,.'.',V,<..<.<...<>.:>.....-.:<.<. ..>.>.:.."AS. .. :e:-s:...

.USN retired, Paul Tlnney,2568 Edison Drapes, Carpets Elizabeth .
Ave., 3841242. Apts., 771-1405 or 771.3355.WILMARAPTS.. i I I4f. (ot. ORANGE PARK %
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LIVE CRABS 2BR., Furn., water, sewage & gar.
Wilford's Fish Camp bage parklng-2 cars, small children, \ The Bases and Orange Park are now only
264-9707: small pets o.k. $125. mo., Washer '
i minutes away. Take 1-295 expressway to the
$8.00, 387-2541 or 3874)744.)
AUTO AIR.cOND.SERVICE, Normandy exit, then right W miles and one ..,
Room Units Central! Units Tyler WE HAVE traffic light brings you toVOLKSWAGEN...
Heating & Air Conditioning, 3BR., Unfurn. Houses for Rent. Very i
Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388-5161. Nice. COUNTRYIt's
Louise T. Bailey
10 Like New. Take up pymts. of S7.w a nice trip and so are the savings. I
per month.Wilson Rayfield'sU37 Blvd.,HMW 2BR.,10'X40',CAC,Patio,Awning No

101 S.Edgewood Av,.,3"-04'4 Pets, No Children. $120.. 7335579. WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN '

Dogs& Cats Boarded 5 Minutes to NAS' no lease required, f INC.
Pick-Up & delivery services since will rent to bachelors. 264-6884. : zi.tV\ ,

1925. Grooming, training & shipping. ; .
Visitors welcome. BankAmerlcard & HOUSE FOR RENT-ORTEGA HILLS ""aHa }

Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 near 3BR., 2B., Central Heat & Air, $275. PLAYGIRL Playmate 1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTH
Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. 3550264. Carol Willis thin all military TELEPHONE 7815511T ..
SOU Edgewood well-
typo should wear a
groomed haircut, so that the can ,',

3 PIECE LIVING RM.SET WE BUY AND SELL tell the boys from the girl*.
Recently recovered, excel.feonn.. GOOD USEDMOBILE HOMES (Photo courtesy Playboy Mara- -r
$150. would sine)
lepa'ateIY.; Call,2644836.aft. 6 P.M. Phone 388-4619

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J. Howard

Dunn, a former POW, ;
gave a brief presentationto Jyx
the students and per-
manent personnel of
MATSG June 13.

LtCol Dunn spoke about .... ....... "

\ his life as a POW and ,,'
; fielded questions from the y '
Marines gathered in King -w

Hall, stressing his faith in
America and bVbKTbUUT MAHKTir IT certainly 4 11
'I, today'smilitary. Ewaldson ships over at FICEUR. Sharing
Ewaldson's wife, Cecilia, his son, John, R. .KILLGORE AE1 LAURIE S. DEAN shippedover
All in attendance gave FICEUR CO. The younger John appears years at VP.16. for three years at NATTC.
the former POW a stan- step, too.

ding ovation at the end of Invisible Man
the session.

More than three million "in makes.
Children's visible" men are traveling the times."x IiF- '
United States'public roads today! $ ,
Who are they? People just like ways,
Story TimeScheduled you and me .' only they ride you
motorcycles.Why and hit
I are they "invisible"? Just you
because they are what they are... times t
motorcyclists.To Why i
illustrate the invisible man,
Jax July 11 will be
locate an object 25 yards away
"Story Time" at the that is about 30 inches wide (or den by :
Mainside Children's Area about the width of a motorcycle). But
for children from 5-12 Now try to see the object while quickly
years of age. holding an ink pen upright about the
six inches from The SSGT. RAYMOND CURTIN
Red Cross Junior your eye. pen 50 A. DUROCHER
makes a"blind spot,"blotting out been two more years added two more years at the
Volunteers will be the the object you are trying'to see. per Det Jax. Marine Barracks.
storytellers.The If a blind spot,the width of an clist -- <,
fun will last from ink pen makes it difficult to see a, feet)
motorcycle think how large a
9:30: to 10:30: a.m. ways.
blind spot your car's doorpost foot

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Lou Webber"YOUR ;
but should by \,


more years anda
FRONT END ALIGNMENT" at all $6,000 VRB at VP49. o' ,

With Purchase of Any j

4 of these Tires; .1/ d
Servicemen A01 EDWARD C. SCOTT
raised his hand for six more at '

Don't wait until the last minute to
obtain a fishing license.Most Tax
STEEL BELTED Collectors will be closed on
Saturday, June 30 and Sunday,
July 1.Fishermen must have new ;
RADIAL TIRE licenses on July 1.rrti .

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WTW Carpet-Drapes .
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ModifyingYour -
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Car? 7 C M
domestic appliance do you know of that can ;.

B?CAPT.DCMUCK A.CURTIS,USAF I cut like a knife, shoot like a gun or explode like a ,

bomb? I ', ..
Consumer advocate Ralph Your rotary power lawn mower can if it is carelessl :
Nader,shocked the country a few x "
years ago by informing the publicof YThe
a large number of safety : :: most hazardous partof are becoming available on
deficiencies in the ,design and : your mower is the fast many models, such as discharge ;'
manufacture of a well-known rotating blade, but you shouldbe chutes that minimize
aware of, other hazardstoo. ejection of dangerous objectsand
compact car. 4 Rocks and other debriscan guards that keep the
His subsequent book, "UnsafeAt be hurtled from the discharge operator's feet away from the ,
Any Speed,"pointed out many I chute at high speeds.A blades. .,
hazards in all makes of au II mower gas tank being <
Look for
tomobiles. As a result of his I ,; filled while hot can explode.A on your mower ':
the triangular silver-colored x
findings, legislation was passed mower running in a closed '
1. IA safety seal, sponsored by the \
that forced car builders to design garage can emit poisonous .
Outdoor Power Equipment r
r .1 carbon monoxide fumes. Or '
safer Institute, which indicates :I
loose clothing even long
of these automobileshas
safety hair -. can be caught in a that the mower has been certified -
been compromised however, y/'l >
rnowet: exposed moving by an independent
by the "resourcefulness and in- parts. laboratory to meet standards .-

genuity" of the owners. These 1.or 1. The power mower is a valuable set by the American National 4
"modified" automobiles have z ... t { : tc for the modern Standards Institute in 1968. aIn
been shown to cause additional {, 1 homeowr but it is not a small print you will read: '
injuries in a majority of acci .> dents: These additional hazardsare r 4 ,*f t #f ously. In 1969 an estimated "ANS B71.11968The,
apparent in some, of the 140,000 injuries were caused standards have been up- y' :i r;
modifications, yet not as easily by mowers. Fortunately, graded in 1972 so that laterin
detected in others. there are two ways to reduce the year you may see a
the injury toll: design new gold-colored seal labeled, ,a
a-'safer mower and increase "ANS B71.1-1972." ',:
REAR ENDS consumer awareness about However, the ANSI standard -'
safety. is voluntary and is only ,
One of the most popular TIGHT SQUEEZES can be nlce-unless they're financial ones. This features
Improved safety a minimum standard.
modifications today involves raising -,. young lady warns HAS Jax servicemen to think before they buy
the rear end suspension.This

creates an extremely dangerous >.

situation by exposing an other- ,,
wise well, protected gas tank. 'j '
Minor rear end collisions have re- '.
sulted in fatalities as a result of GOOD/YEAR \ ''
the fire caused by this, exposed : :
tank. In addition the center of
gravity' and roll center is also :
shifted and can ca"use serious

changes in handling characteris- SPECIAL MILITARY DISCOUNT PROGRAM

tics.Another .,' '
frequent modification

involves assembly.changes These to changes the steering may, Now available through your Auto Hobby Shop 'i;,,':. -'

involve additions to'the column, ..
vein some.instances a complete .0' u

exchange for a different wheel to : ;.1.. ,1
make the 'automobile "more :
sporty looking." The energy absorbing -
columns need space in
order to compress safely. Often
these modifications have limitedthe

space available for compres-
sion and compromised the safetyof
these devices., ll

Other modifications have a POWER

more subtle'effect on safety..A,'
wide range of paraphernalia is '

available for purchase and use by
the owner. These accessories ,
such as visor mirrors, visor clip-

ons and dash trays, etc., are potential

sources of injuries.The :
fad of hanging items from ALLTYPESAND, Why buy unknown brands Tubtless Sill Replaces ;J
'when can get Goodyear
the rear-view mirror is hazardous SIZE AVAILABLE Power you Belt Polyglas at militr-
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;. Jax The NAS Club Championship CHAMPIONSHIP B: 1st, Dave Ron Howard Last year's competitionhere
y was the prize for lastweekend's Sweeney ((154)); 2nd Bob Smith Read the"America's saw the NAS Jax Club
Jax The Cup
hard work on the. ((156)); 3rd, Butch Williams ((160). facing HMS Bulwark. On
\ course. FIRST IGHT ((8-10 HDCP): 1st, Cup" of naval
The turnout was commendableand Dan Conroy ((141)); 2nd, Mike r competitive sailing, will be Saturday the local Club
'I resulted in two championship Boyette ((142)), 3rd, John Davis vied for once again at the will meet the challenge of
flights A and B, and three han- (142)). Navy Jax Sail Club HMS Ark Royal.
dicap flights. SECOND FLIGHT ((10-13 Club
The Navy Jax Sail
f r\;\ The Club Championship was HDCP): 1st,Charles Davis ((139)); Saturday.
won by Harry Hooker with a 2nd, Blake Holland ((150)); 3rd, Chartered by Captain J. has accepted
scratch 150 ((74.76)) on Saturday Niel Craig ((156)). S. Read, Royal Navy, of challenge. Spectators,
; and Sunday. CONGRATS! THIRD FLIGHT ((13-19 HDC- East Preston, Sussex, wind haulers, dock sailers
The following indicates the P:1st: ,John Owens ((140); 2nd L. 'England, the Cup has been and land lubbers are
winners and runners-up in each H. Usry ((145)); 3rd Bill Nash welcome, to watch the
and forth
wrested back by
flight: .
((151)) 'i
\ CHAMPIONSHIP A: 1st, In addition to :; teams from both sides of action.
Harry Hooker ((150)); 2nd, Jack Club Championship <<,' the Atlantic since its in- Intramural sailing

., Stevens (153)); 3rd, Norman' golfers were given : .r ception in 1960. competition is now in its
\ Secia, ((153). portunity to win : The two great naval third week and the par-

l Those boys offer ticipation shown is most
r. WERE really l "i powers may
Relief challenge anywhere they gratifying. Current
t RELAXED A small donation meet in the world. The Standings are, as follows:

{ 1llIU"lIIllIIlIltllllllllllllllllllllllllll QUIET ATMOSPHERE golfer one or more challenge must be accepted UNIT POINTS

i IDEALLY LOCATED FOR third being hole inside after a circle the or the points for the NARU 27&
CECIL FIELD, team lost. VP-16 26
N.A.S. Closest-to-the hole denying are %
1 CLOSE SCHOOLS, Mr. Brouillard at 20 The Cup is currentlyheld VA-174 17&

SHOPPING CHURCHES AREAS AND daily low net for Mueller.'i by 'the Royal Navy, VP-24 16

ll[ u ilm! :. :ni.H: a tie at 68 by Mike having'been defeated only CARE CENTER 15
Take 103rd to FirestoneRd. John Davis. A well by the NAS Jax Sail Club HOSPITAL 13
boys from ,NATTC
.. Turn South 2 Blocks tributed their during the 1972 point- FICEUR lOVi
Past Forrest High School.eOLONIAL.
Sunday for Navy accumulating year. FASOTG 10
thanks to all the
The gals held YOU EAT are you satisfied
cheon to close out fast, easy and greasy?Ac O
; TZTiOREST Capt. and Mrs. Welch displays' well-
r APARTMENTS year's golfing meal-meat, vegetables and
Lassie Mahoney Proper diet can't guarantee a
771-666 champion; Raquel's but you could work rd
J Marion Miller; and !

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many : _. ='''' \.,

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"1 way done before I realized it was Saturday!"

t! got you, in a barrel ?

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you, .. I P.S., P.B., console 8 radio. .


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Sandalwood Cordova 'top &
Red with Black Interior'350
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I Fliers Fly With Patrick, Sail Past Mayport -.1 I IJax

-. The Jax Navy Another Win with a 3-run homerun.The came in the fifth as victory ended by heat after
Softball team held
Fliers Two innings provided all Patrick team wasn't I Tenhagen coasted to a win. four and one-half innings. "
its own against Patrick Air the scoring punch the about to push the panic Pitching Duel
Force Base, then bounced Fliers needed to take the button. They came up with On Saturday, the two After scoring once in
back to dominate their third game from Patrick. four runs in the top of the teams locked horns in a their half of the first, the
sailor neighbors from Errors proved to be fifth to put the game out of battle of pitching here. Jax team added three
Mayport in games played Patrick's downfall in the the Fliers' reach. Mayport must have had in the second and
during the past week. third inning as the Fliers Twinbill at MayportThe the day before on their more
Against Patrick, it was a scored three finished up with two in-
runs thanksto Fliers traveled to minds, because they took a
matter of being hot one two Patrick errors and a Mayport Friday for a 1-0 lead their first time at surance runs in the fourth.
day and cold the next as double by Tucker. doubleheader and came

the Fliers sandwiched a The Fliers scored two home with a split. bat.Jax managed to tie the Jax's GreafeyfFURNTURt
pair of wins between two more insurance runs in the The Fliers opened the score in the seventh and
losses. fifth with singles off the scoring the first game's I sent the contest into extra
The Fliers left their bats of Blackburn and opening inning. McNeill, innings. Values!
hitting shoes at home in Boyette and a sacrifice by the first Flier to come to Finally, in the bottom of
the first game against Balboa. the plate, was hit by a the 'tenth, Collins singled, WHOLESALE
Patrick, managing only Patrick's lone run came pitched ball, and with the stole second and third and PRICE TO EVERYONE
four hits against the in the top of the seventh. next two Fliers retired on scored the winning run on OPEN

Patrick pitcher. Blackburn took home strikes, Hatfield broughthim a throwing error..Blackburn. EVERY I
Mulray supplied half the the win for the Fliers,. home with a homerunto and DAY ..
Fliers hits with a pair of allowing four hits, strikingout make the score 2-0 in I Tenhagen shared the f til f
singles while Balboa and three and issuing three favor of the Fliers. mound duties for the SUNDAY'TIL
Hurst contributed one free passes. Four more runs in the Fliers, giving up only PMSURPLUS
each in the losing effort. Booth pitched well for fifth inning gave the Fliersa three hits and fanning five.
Booth, the Patrick the Air Force team, givingup commanding lead, but Make It Three GOODS
hurler, fanned ten Fliers five hits, fanning five Mayport came, right back The Fliers made their DISCOUNT
and walked only two, while and walking only one.. with four runs in,the sixthto three-game win streak ...
his teammates furnished Patrick Gains Split make the score 6-4., happen against Mayport in
nine hits and came away Patrick ended the The Fliers made their their next game with a 6-2 a-
with a 3-0 shutout. Flier's hopes for a 3-game two-run margin stand up
Fliers Bounce Back winning streak in the and looked forward to
Pitching told the story in series finale, poundingtheir sweeping the twinbill witha
the second battle with way to an 11-5 win. win in the second gameof some try to
Patrick as the Fliers came The Air Force came out the doubleheader.The .
out on top, 10. flying in the top of the first Fliers ended up
The game's only run with five quick runs as sweeping the double-
came in the bottom of the Patrick sent ten men to the header-BIG-with a 10-1 buikJrnbgerbut

first as Balboa singled, plate. rout of. the Mayport
,then moved around to Jax came back with two sailors.
score on the strength ofTucker's tallys in the.bottom of the Letting Mayport know
single and a first, but Patrick widenedthe who was going to be boss, ; 1': ".
sacrifice fly to left by margin to 6-1 in their the Fliers jumped off, ,to 5. :
McBride. half of the second with a' five runs in the first two .

From then on, it was a homerun by Bryan. innings on four hits and neverbetter
question of which team The Fliers weren't readyto three walks.
could hold on the longest give up yet. With one Two more runs in the _
bottom of third and three in the sixth
without giving up a run man out in the
and, for Patrick, scoring a the third, Tucker and left no room for doubt
few runs of their own. Murry put together back- about how the game would ..\

Tenhagen, pitching for to-back singles and Mc- end.Mayport's

the Fliers,was equal to the Bride, cleared the bases ._ ....,.-only J run
task, not allowing a "
,Patrick player past second
base for the rest of the TIIE e
game and retiring the last
ten men he faced in order.
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Swim Records Fall .

; ti 4 3 !! At Intramural Meet ;

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/ Jax-Four meet records fell by ways in the 50 yard breaststrokewith
the wayside and one was tied as Julius Craycock setting
the VP-49 swim team splashed to another new meet record of 33.8. .'
victory in the Intramural Swim Farwell set his second new
Meet June 14 at the Indoor Pool. meet record winning the 100 yard .'
i6t In the 100 yard medley relay, individual medley in 1:03.5.: .
Jacob, Craycock, Farwell and .
Lulu got a win for VP-49,setting a Steve Carolyn from VP-24 tied
new meet record with a time of the record for the 50 yard butterfly
with a,time of 27.4. .
4 4r 53.7.The record for tho 50 yard .
backstroke also tel to the"FortyNlners" Finishing behind VP-49 in the '

as Richard team standings were VP-16 (29V4 :"
Farwell finished in 27.9. points), NDRC ((28 points) and
,ft VP-49 continued its winning VP-24 ((12 points).

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Sourbeer,(Center) FICEUR s}
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(L-R) are PT1 Knowles, GySgt.,,McGowan, CW03 Matthews, Capt. Sourbeer, YN1 Young, LCdr. ::'tirrr.SSS''MW.SY.W.LSSSYti: :::: : ;: : :ti'YNrILW.AY; .W.Y
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I ';' :"Navy Jax Swim Team Opens Novice League Season, I

i Jax The Navy Jax 25-yard events were Donna style and finished runner- win in breast and a secondin July In addition to
; < \*' Swim Team (NJST) Jeffries with firsts in up in butterfly, John free-style, And Cindy swimming here, they,will
.; !i captured 18 first-place breast and butterfly, Brennock scored a first in Arnol came in first in back also compete at the
a j ,>! honors to open the Novice Kristy Guthrie with second butterfly, and Glenn and third in freestyle.The Beaches Aquatic Club,
j ';J M League summer swim places in breast and free- Shaffer finished third in oldest Competing Fernandina Beach and
: < season June 13. style, Pam Kangas with a back and free-style. group, 15-17 years of age, Briarwood.The .
.i 1, .j i The dimiutive swim- second in butterfly and a Placing on the 50-yard included Doug Kensiue Novice League was
.\ mers, hosting a 2-hour third in free-style, ,and course for 11-12 yearoldswere with wins in breast, and organized primarily' to
\I,i meet at the NAS indoor Kevin Nickens with a win Jennifer Fitzpatrickwith free-style and Mark Mason allow swimmers who have
.E pool, also took 15 second- in freestyle and second wins in back and with a second place finishin not yet attained "A"
place wins and six thirds place in back stroke.On butterfly, Scott Baltes witha free-style. This group qualifying times to
|k| from their competition, the 50-yard course, first place in back, Joey also swam the 100-yard compete with each otheron
i'' E the Good Shepherd Swim 10-and-under swimmers Orfield, Bobby Conwell course.In their own performancelevel.
1 Club. Diane Schumacher and Robert Cronn with the 200-yard free-style .
'l J In the 25-yard course:: for placed with seconds in seconds in breast, but- relays, NJST 10-and-under -
the 6-and-under group, breast and free-style, Rick terfly and. free-style, swimmers Tim Mason, Jax Sums
i '; Jamie Brennock took first Thomas captured a win in respectively, and Greg Glenn Shaffer, David
place in free-style. Scoring back and second in breast, Hamaker with a third Kreiger and John Salute LegionJax
8-and-under; swimmers in Tim Mason won the free- place finish in butterfly. Brennock splashed to a
Patti Bergstrom broke second place finish. The JacksonvilleSuns

i Civilian "A" qualifying times in Joey Orfield, Robert Baseball Club. will
Golfers. both back stroke and free- Schumacher, Robert salute the American
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League.On Jeffires, Bobby Conwell, Family discount tickets
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!t ,Association held a tournament round of 70. Second place for the 13-14 age group, Hamaker taking third. Services.
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