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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 1973
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Order French Toast,Choice of Bacon Sandwiches French Fried Potatoes Buttered Broccoli, Salad Bar, Apple NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
or Luncheon Meat, Cheese Omelet, Tartar Sauce, Relish Tray Salad Bar, SUPPER: Roast Tom Turkey Turnovers, Yellow Pound Cake.
Pastry Bar.DINNER. Dessert Bar.SUPPER Cream Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes,
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Dressing : Submarine
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England Clam : Chop Suey Egg Sunday
Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Fried Foo Young Fried Rice Chow Mein French Fried Cauliflower Buttered Sandwiches, French Fried Potatoes, Divine
Worship ':30 a.m.
Perch Peas & Carrots, Salad Bar, Peanut Potato,Chips, Salad Bar, Dessert Bar.
Scalloped Potatoes Onions, Noodles, Seasoned Carrots. Buttered at All Saint Chapel.
Tartar Sauce Brown Gravy Buttered Green Beans, Salad Bar, Vanilla Butter Cookies. Cherry Jello. Church School 9:30 a.m.
Sunday,July 1 SUPPER Pan Roast of Beef, ..
Broccoli. Simmered
Pinto Beans, Pudding, Peach Pie. Divine Worship 11 a.m at
BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato Natural Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, =
.. Juice Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Lyonnalse Wax Beans, Hot Spiced :: All Junior Saints Chapel.
Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup Choiceof Beets, Salad Bar, Apple Turnovers, :: Youth Fellowship
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it a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Soup. Grilled French Toast w-Syrup, Griddle
distributed each Thursday at the t/.Sl Naval Air Station. Cheeseburgers, French Fried Cakes, Choice of Grilled Sausage or Tuesday
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Jacksonville Florida Bacon Slices, Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
by the Holt Publishing Company, a Lemon Meringue Pie, Chocolate Hashed Brown
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Cookies. Juice.Potatoes, Pastry Bar, Chilled Orange p.m.Christian at Science Bldg. Service 750 and I

must forwarded to the Public Affairs Office. Box 2. NAS SUPPER: Baked Virginia Ham, BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Chicken p.m. at the Small Chapel.

Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News Simmered Pineapple Sauce Sauerkraut, Whipped, Potatoes, Noodle Soup, Cold Plate, Assorted

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 71 .Jll' Mixed Vegetables Salad Bar Buttered, Lemon Cold Cuts, Cheese, Potato Salad, NAVAL HOSPITAL
Baked Beans Potato Divine Worship 9:30
or 3119."Everything Meringue Pie, Chocolate Cookies. Chips. a.m.
DINNER : Grilled Beef Steaks, at St. Lukes.
advertised In this publication must be made BREAKFAST Monday: ,Chilled July 2 Tomato Brown Gravy, Baked Potatoes, corn .:

available for purchase, use or patronage without. regard to Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to on the Cob, Buttered Green Beans, :: NATTCProtestant

race,. creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser: Order, Blueberry Griddle Cakes w. pie.Salad Chocolate Bar, "Holiday Cookies Cake""Fourth, Peach :: Service 10:30: Worship a.m. In

user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Maple Syrup, Baked Pork & Beans, July" Fruit Punch. of Building 500.
policy of equal' opportunities by an advertiser will result 'In the Choice of Pork Sausage or Grilled CATHOLICS..turday
Ham, Pastry Bar. Thursday,July :
rfusal to print advertising' from that source." DINNER: Creole Soup, Pan Roastof BREAKFAST: Hot Oatmeal, Fried = Mass S p.m. at
Pork Snowflaked Potatoes, Chilled Eggs to Order, Grilled : I'
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are by publisher' and queries '
Applesauce Mexican Corn, Brown Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon or : Sunday Mass I a.m. and 11
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Peach Pie, Chocolate Chip Cookies. Apple Juice, Pastry Bar. : Tuesday Thursday andFrlday.11
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; ,. .. < Station here in 1948, will be decommissioned and seven officers will retire in a

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!,. C' Rear Admiral Lawrence R. later this year. former June Kerlin, are from
<: Geis, who has been Commander. Six squadrons of land-based, Jacksonville and graduates
.' Fleet Air, Jacksonville' since anti submarine P-3Orions at NAS Andrew Jackson High School. He
; will remain at the air Jacksonville fall under the
June 1971, has been a special projects officer
::: : I station with a staff of 39 people, congnizance of Capt. William J. for RAdm. Geis since Aug.
including a Law Center and Vaught, whose title Commander 1972.
'A Transportation division personnel Fleet Air Wing 11 will shift to Cdr. Craig has been the Plans
Commander Patrol Wing 11 ef Officer for Fleet Air, -
RAdm. Geis was designated fective Saturday, June 30. Jacksonville two years and Cdr.
Deputy Commander Naval Air The action is part of a Navy Finn has'headed the Supply and
,:.I t'TIME :' Force Atlantic Fleet'for Tactical wide project to reduce land-based Resources Management Division
i Air,May 1. He also has the title of staffs. since July 1969.
Commander Tactical Air The retiring officers include LCdr. Mosman, an enlisted
Atlantic for general courts Capt. T. T. Coleman, who has aviation machinist mate and
martial convening authority and .been RAdm. Geis' Chief of Staff electrician between 1943 and 1957
area coordination. since July 1972, following two when he was commissioned, has
About 50 men and 16 officers years as commanding officer of been staff electronic warfare
formerly on RAdm. Geis' staff Cecil Field. officer four years while LCdr.
have been transferred, largely to Capt. Coleman, who won the Benton has been Jacksonville'Area
other area commands.Most Navy Cross downing 14 Japanese Shore Patrol Officer three
of the functions of the planes in World War II, plans to years.
Fleet Air staff, particularly those live in Deerwood with his wife, LCdr. Hilliard has been the

maintenance, ,supply resources Diane. officer in charge of the Naval
\ \ management and air operations, Other officers retiring are Cdr. Aviation Engineering ,Service
have been reassigned to other Charlie Barfield, another Navy Unit (NAESU) detachment at
\YL area commands.In Cross winner in the World War II NAS Jacksonville the past year.
his new post, RAdm. Geis Pacific theater, Cdrs. Neil Craig Two former Fleet Air,
will be primarily concerned with' and John "Mickey" Finn; and Jacksonville commanders living
TO MOVE OUT- Two VP-4S "Pelicans" load the last of their the A7 Corsair II light attack LCdrs. Ray Mosman, Jerry S, here retired admirals Robert J.
gear before leaving for a five-month deployment to Sigonella/ Sicily. community at the Naval Air Benton and Alex Hilliard. Stroh and H.Howard Caldwell -
station Cecil Field and the RASC All will stay in the Jacksonvillearea. as well as four former chiefs of

VP-45 Leaves For Sig Vigilante force now in Albany, staff who live here have been
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stationed in the Medi- operational control of 'I\.,.;..

terranean last week when Commander anti- oat P ban ,w'
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The following men of VA-72 were recently promoted to their present rate; (left to right) PN2 oath of reenlistment from CDR J. D. Taylor, CO of Attack Squadron
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ADJ2 George T. Decker, YN3 David M. Smith, PN3 Nelson Myers and AZ3 Raymond Baird. Performing reenlisted for FIVE additional years in the ceremony held aboard the
the ceremonies was CDR J. F. Donahue, CO of Attack Squadron SeventyTwo.c USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CVA-47). AMH3 Powell joined the

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NARF Change of. Command '



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: Charles E. Boeingwill maintenance on Navy attack- range planning of advance base
become commanding officerof type aircraft, engines and mobile maintenance facilities.

It \ northeast Florida's largest components.Capt. In 1953 he reported to the
\ industrial operation-NARF- Bureau of Aeronautics as
here tomorrow. Boeing, who comes here
from Washington, D.C. where he Program Manager for Enginesand
He will relieve Capt. Andrew Propellers. Afterhour classesat
was Director of the Engineering
Jackson Yates, a 31-year Navy
George Washington University
Division at the Naval Air
veteran who has headed
NARF culminated in Masters
1t1Li a Degreein
; Systems Command headquarters -
since August 1971 and is retiring Engineering Administration in
to live with his family in the will take command in 1956, and later that year he was .
Keystone Heights ceremonies to begin at 11 a.m. inNARF's .
: area designated as AEDO.
NARF has a work force of 2,800 new aircraft paint From 1957 to 1960 he served as
A ___ and a plant and equipment stripping and corrosion treat- Production Engineering Officerat
ment center (Bldg. 101S).
valued at $83 million. Occupying the Overhaul and
FIRST IN LINE at Reserve Training Unit (RTU-62's) Navy Relief A native of LeMesa, Calif., Repair
benefit car wash was Capt. C.D. Gilpin, CO of the Naval Air Reserve 50 buildings and covering 118 Capt. Boeing was accepted into Department, NAS Pensacola.Next .
acres, the facility performsCapt. he served the staff of
Unit. Making/ the on
sure Captain's is
car spotless are PN2 Charlie Cuth- the Navy's V-5 flight training
bert (Left) and pin Lee Lechleidner. program in January 1944 and Command Fleet Air-Naval Ac-

pursued the V-12 program at the tivities Mediterranean, Naples,

University of Redlands, Calif. Italy, as Assistant Logistics.
Navy Relief Drive He was redesignated a Navy Plans Officer.

Reserve Officer Training Corps In 1963 he reported to the

candidate at the University of Headquarters, Pacific Missile

Reach Southern California in 1945 and Range,Point Mugu,for two yearsas
May GoalJax
graduated four years later with a a Technical Programs Officerfor
Bachelor of Science degree in development of trackingand

-- Contributions to the Navy Relief Society Fund Industrial Engineering. control facilities in the'
drive His first active commissioned Kwajalein and Eniwetok area,
totalled-$41,918.7L"t through Monday'
,.' service began in 1950 with Fleet and next as Management
But campaign officials were "And they donated almost Aircraft Service Squadron,Seven. Engineering Officer, 'making a
still hopeful Tuesday morningthat $11,000." Overseas assignments included .major reorganization .of the
the drive would reach Air Repair Division One aboard missile range complex
the USS Fabious (ARV-1)) in
$50,000. Top contributor by
percentage Capt. Boeing married to the
Along with the donations expected -' according to the figures compiled Yokosura, Japan and the staff of former Jeanine Marie Joris of

to be seen in the final Monday is NARF which turnexHn Commander Fleet Air Japan as Verdun, France. The couple has '

reports, a drive spokesman also $2,246.83 compared with a Assistant Aircraft Engineering one son, Philippe, who is pur-
noted that concession profits recommended objective of $150. Officer. suing a Masters Degree in
His next duty was on staff of
from the annual Jacksonville Fisheries Biology at California
Seventeen other commandsmet
Marathon Regatta held at NAS Commander, Naval Air Force State College, Humboldt
_ Sunday are for Navy Relief.A or exceeded their suggested Boeing Pacific Fleet, in charge of long- California. ,
campaign spokesman also goals by Monday.. They includethe
staff of Commander
pointed out that this year'scampaign Training
Wing 8, NAS Glynco, with 24f1
compares favorablywith percent; the, Navy Reserve, :
last year's when more than
Training Center, St. Petersburg,
raised.
,$50,000 was
227 percent; ,and the Navy
"Last year the Jacksonville
Navy Relief Society Auxiliary Reserve' Training Center 4t4Wit
Gainesville and the' NAS Jax
"
included NTC Orlando, he said.
each.Marine Barracks, 200 percent


We've Changed our Name
Also the Marine
Corps
but the SERVICE is the Same ,

at.... Recruiting 182 percent Station; the, Jacksonville Seabees of OUR NATION'S BIRTHDAY 1 * *

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percent; NAS Jacksonville 138

4949 BLANDING BLVD.. percent; and the staff, ConK
PHONE 771-8244 mander Light Attack Wing 136

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1 Credit Union Goes_ 'Un-Line"l

successful in over 40 credit "From the standpoint of j
Jax-The Jax Navy Federal throughout the country." reliability and ease'of operation,
Credit Union is installing a new,' unions think the
General Manager Don Athearn we On-Line FOCUS is '
modern data processing systemfor the second to
records ofmembers' reports that in each office none. From the \
maintaining credit union will have telecom- members' standpoint, we are
share and loan ac munications equipment con- confident this will help us reduce

counts. directly with the com- errors on accounts ,and provide
nected
The system is referred to as more current information
has been puter. on
On-Line FOCUS and a account balances.
the system is operable "
After
the Service Bureau
developed by
Corporation. member will receive a printed "Wer believe the transition will 1;
According to Credit Union receipt showing his new share be smooth," Athearn continued, 'j
t President W. Mel Ross, "The and loan balance after each "However, any major change in {
I Board of Directors, a data transaction. Accounts will be up- a data processing system bringson 4
( committee and dated within seconds and the new problems.
processing I
", balances will be printed by the
have nearly a
management spent terminal. "All we ask is that members be

) year studying and evaluating available the to telecommunications Athearn said, "We feel that we understanding and bear with us .j;
various
avenues
'
best credit during the conversion period. We 1
for have selected the
our
handle the record keeping
f the problems to be
rapidly-growing credit union. union data processing system expect kept at 1 1a
minimum.
a t : "We concluded that the FOCUS available today. ...._: i i
system is highly reliable, has ,
r' been well tested and is proven wY ;5: ,yy Mp' !J J JY Jkk Jy
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PIPED ASHORE AT NATTC-AEC Bobby B. Forrest,an instructorand I i 1
unit supervisor of Phase II at AE"A" School, is piped ashore at r'
'NATTC at the end of a 20-year career. Jax-The entireJax Air 1 1 p z Rt 1 1i

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News staff (two people) i

plans to enjoy a day of rest 1!

on the Fourth of July, so $
Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-JO p.m.. .
our next issue will reach if I

.D PICK-UP & DELIVERY you FRIDAY, July 6.

D ROAD SERVICED Deadline for submissionof

MECHANIC ON DUTY articles, photographs,
etc will be Tuesday noon,
G AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
as usual.
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holiday, but enjoy it with
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uni II 'n doubt be many people touches on the Credit Union's new computer system. The improveddata J
processing system will make the updating of member's accounts ;
SERVICE CENTERs killed on the highways much faster and more efficient.
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NATTC Executive Officer Retiring I

then moved on to the General School, Valdosta, Ga.
Jax-Cdr. Arthur S. Schlofman, Calif. Cdr. Schlofman
:
Line School in Monterey, is married to
and former
a 1 1L 1i Executive Officer NATTC, While serving as Operationsand the former Lily Grace Mansell of
Commanding Officer of Safety Officer with PATRON Suva,Fiji Islands.The couple hasa
( will retire tomorrow in King Hall 4 at Naha, Okinawa,the squadronwon son, "A" Leonard, 20,a studentat
at 10 a.m. Commander Naval Air the University of
Tennessee-
two
He will be relieved by Cdr. Readiness and two daughters ;
Pacific Battle Kathryn
John H. Brady, Jr., currently of Force Efficiency "E" Awards and, Anne. 18. and Debra Jean, 16.
NATTC's Director
serving as
two Chief of
simultaneously,
.
Training.A native of Dalhart, Texas, Naval Operations Aviation Safety
Cdr.Schlofman attended the New Awards-an unprecedented feat
Ek Mexico Military Institute priorto After completing duty at the !14
in Bonn,
American Embassy
entering naval service in 1946
as an Aviation Cadet. He Germany and NATTC Memphis,
to the NATTC here in
Naval he reported
i received his wings as a
Aviator and was commissionedan June 1970 to serve as the Directorof

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ensign in June 1948. Training.In
While attached to PATRON 28 June 1972 he became the

during the Korean Conflict, he Center's seventeenth Commanding *

took part in Anti-Submarine Officer.
HELP FOR NAVY RELIEF-Mr. O.A. Welch, Vice President of Warfare Patrol Operations and Cdr.Schlofman was relieved as
Jaxs Corporation, presents a $100.00 contribution for Navy Relief to flew combat bombing missions in Commanding Officer of the
Capt. Richard C. O'Loughlta, Chairman of the 1973 Navy Relief Fund North Korea. Center on August 2, 1971 by Capt.
Drive Committee. Jaxs Corporation conducts contract refueling Cdr.- Schlofman spent tours of William Carrier and has since

operations h.re.WithHt duty -at Barbers Point and served as NATTC's Executive

Hickam Field, Hawaii as well as Officer. Cdr. Schlofman
in Kingsville, Texas before en- Following retirement, he will
tering the University of Utah at be the Senior Naval Science FinanceClosed
Advertising You Wouldn't Know! Salt Lake City in 1957. Instructor in the Junior Reserve

He received his Bachelor of Officers Training Corps
Science degree in June 1959 and (NJROTC) at Valdosta High

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; JulyS

Ooeration Beach Duty:

Jax -The Navy Finance Office
Eastern vacations as incredible as the airfares will be closed for regular

business July 5 due to extensive

j that get you there. reporting of FY 74 Military Pay

", ,,, Navy (MPN) expenditures
.'.., required by a SECNAV message.
rf For the same reason, the office
will also be closed August 2,
Everyone knows servicemen get to September 5, October 4,
than civilians. But November 6 and December 5.
fly cheaper now,
Emergency payments will be
}S Eastern can help you get some pretty in- made in accordance with normal

.' "" credible discounts at dozens.of hotels procedures;; however, Com
r throughout Florida the Caribbean and manding Officers are requestedto
t :: ,
f insure that special requestsare
:.,..'1 ,' Mexico. Vacations like these: approved for bonafide

t Z.." The Caribbean Beach Club in emergencies only.

J .; San Juan for $8 per day.

f I Swim and fish in crystal clear waters.

i Relax on beautiful white beaches. -

i -1 k And in the evening, Puerto Rico's famous 41L ... r tea*

.r casinos and exciting night clubs arewaiting

StHWiNN.tQWK ,
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( you. AND COUNTRY

t One way reserved military air fare

: from Washington/Baltimore to San Juan Detachable bullet with
, i.; J"
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The Jamaica Inn at Walt Disney carrying handles
t, "; runs you $43.50 plus security charges and World for $8 per day. Jt o wtth Heavy double duty saddle spring
support
, J ; } you don't have to wear a uniform. S Front callper brake
Take a friend or your family to Walt end safety perking brak
1 The Jolly Roger in Ft. Lauderdale
Disney World just outside of Orlando,
\ for $8
; day.
: per
a '
": Florida. Explore the Magic Kingdom
". You can cruise the canals of the a
new world of fun and excitement. ....
1 Florida Gold Coast Capital. Or play set
One way military reserved coach
." of tennis on one of Fort Lauderdale'smany
from Washington/Baltimore is $46
only
courts. Or simply watch the whole
plus security charges.
I thing from the rooftop lounge of the I'
Hotel above
prices for
., are one
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: Jolly.Roger.
sharing with '16195 UP
'( person a room someone else.
One reserved military airfare
.i( : way They're good until December 15, 1973. Ride off to market do M errand, and
from Atlanta is $35, plus security charges. "joy the .ut-of-doora at the same
Meals local
or taxes
included.
not onto.. WI oil possible on the Schwinn
-------------------------, Town and don't have
rI Military fares are good in Country-you
I Please send me complete information onEastern's 1 anywhere to know how,to rid e two wh.dtr.l
the U.S. and any time except from 2 Easy to pt en and dismount too. f.a
j.l I Beach Duty discounts and vacations: I I'I p.m.to turn Include chrome plated fender
midnight on Fridays and Sundays. / spacious detachable vinyl coated wirebotktt
: 'i 1 S. Paul Kalooshan
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SATO office or East Or caliper and special' parking brake to
1 Eastern Air Lines,Inc. 1 m. you can mail .': __ prevent rolling. Designed to ride with
, 1 Executive Office Building I us the coupon and we'll send you a free MM and security.

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Jax -The Civilian Cafeteria is Puddings Salad
Combination Tossed l'
located at Bldg. 2 on the Tuesday,July 3 Salad, Chef Salad Bowl,. Plain !'
southeast corner of Yorktownand Country Steaks with Yellow Jello
'Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage
Ranger. All military and Rice, Chicken Pan Pie, Beef Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese,
civilian personnel and their Ravioli, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fruit Jello, Tuna Salad,
guests are invited to use the Fish and Dressing. American Salad, Beet and Onion. .

facility. Mashed Potatoes, French Almond Cream Pie,Apple Pie,
Breakfast is served from 6-8 Fried Potatoes,
Rice and Assorted Puddings, Strawberry .
a.m.: and lunch is served from 11 Gravy, Pinto Beans, Mustard Short Cake. ,{'
a.m.. to 1 p.m. Greens, Corn.Combination.

w r r> 'This week's menu is as follows; Salad, Tossed Friday,July 6 f:.
.. Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Fish Almondine, Stuffed
,: ., ..., Monday.July 2 Jello, Fruit: Cup, Fruit Cottage Peppers with Creole Sauce, |
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Cream of Chicken Soup,
Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, 7 oz.
Breaded Pork Steaks with Ap- Fruit Jello, Tuna Salad, Carrot Chopped Sirloin, Franks with ,;
ples, Macaroni and Meat Sauce, and Raisin, Waldorf Salad. Potato Salad.
..d,' Baked Chicken with Dressing,
Sweet Potato Pie, Apple Pie,
",.r;., 7oz. Chopped Sirloin. Fish. Chocolate Cake, Assorted. Mashed Po.tatoes, French
'.j';' Mashed Potatoes, French Puddings. Fried Potatoes. Rice and Gravy,
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Wednesday,July 4 Stewed Tomatoes, Turnip f "
:i. ;iiAAi.I i Great Northern Beans, Spinach Closed Greens, Lima Beans.Combination :

t'il. : Mixed Vegetables. _
," :: Combination Salad, Tossed Thursday,July 5 Salad, Tossed
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Baked Cornbeef with Cabbage, Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain

NEW HAT FOR A NEW JOB-Cdr. T.K.Jones (Right),scheduled to Jello, Fruit Cup, Plain Cottage Barbecued Pork on Buns, Fried .JeUo, Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage
become the Jax Complex Resident Officer: in Charge of Construction, Cheese, Fruit. Cottage Cheese, Chicken, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, .
'accepts the hard hat denoting his new position from outgoing ROICC Fruit Jello, Tuna Salad, Fish Cakes with Slaw. Fruit Jello, Tuna Salad, Cole :
Capt. D.C. More. Cdr. Jones' had served as Assistant Public Works Cucumber with Tomatoes, Sliced Mashed Potatoes, French Slaw, Tomato and Cucumber. .1 3
Officer since September 1971. Capt.More will retire Saturday;; Tomatoes.. Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Peach,Cream Pie, Apple Pie"J:
Egg Custard* Pie, Apple Pie, Blackeyes, Broccoli with Sauce, Boston Cream Pie, Assorted
Coconut. Layer Cake, Assorted Peas. Pudding.

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motor vehicle accidents and

traffic violations,forthe period,of SPECIAL MILITARY DISCOUNT PROGRAMNow I
June 1117. 1"
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This Number period of Accidents 11'This \ available.,through your Auto Hobby Shop. :.

period a year ago 8
Total accidents this year... 220
Total accidents through this .I'
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period last year 192
Total number of days since last '.}
injury in a motor vehicle accident
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This Speeding period 36 4 ,,

Reckless driving 0
Going through stop sign 2
Other Violations 30
Twelve drivers appeared
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ficers. Disposition of the cases .
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included the following: .
Three lost driving and parking :
privileges aboard the station for WHITEWALLit1ALLTYPESAND

various periods r none were
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assigned to complete an eight-

hour course in remedial driving; unknown brands TubeIrs
Why buy Replaces
none to MDDC none received Slit j
; SIZE I .AVAILABLE I when you can get Goodyear .,
suspensions; none were Power Belt Polyglas at military
disciplined under Article 15 of the GOODYEAR discount special prices 100.13.. :_ _

UCMJ.Six were given warnings; THE ONLY MAKER TWO fiberglas tire belts belt.cord. today's plus -C78-14 -6.95-14- -- .
most preferred
four were dismissed; twelve OF WORLD FAMOUS two plies of polyester cord. ._ E--- -_1,35.14 t tI
were fined (U.S. Magistrate); foit.y's most preferred tire body F78-14 7.75-14 'i'
and eight were referred to Po I yg I as co..1. You get 4 plies under the the G78-14 '2Sit:
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1 JEAN DE BAPTISTE POINTE DU SABLE "
1745-1818)) FOUNDER OF CHICAGO .,"' for the 17th Annual
"
'f Jax-has been said many times before that "the first white man to Tailhook Reunion are well underway '

'I come to Chicago was a Black" and his name was Jean de Baptiste <'\ F according to Navy
Pointe du Sable, sometimes pronounced de Sable. ".S" Captain Robert E. Gallatin,
However,any reference to du Sable in the History books has almost ,. President of the Tailhook
been erased and little credit is given to him for being the first pioneer Y.;,: Association and 1973, Reunion

settler of Chicago, Furthermore, even fewer sources acknowledgedu Chairman
F'I,
Sable's activities in the State of Michigan. This year's reunion will be held

Jean de Baptiste Pointe du Sable, often described as a tall, hand- (I I//.. Sept. 7-9 at the Las Vegas Hilton,

some, well-educated Black, was born in 1745 in St. Marc, Haiti and '\ ''' : i ::.:>:., Las Vegas, Nevada.

educated in France ", Although a firm acceptancehas
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After finishing his education in France, du Sable came to America < i: ..:.;h not been received from the

and settled in New Orleans, At this time, the thriving city of New < ..'\:, :' ',' groups desired Awards Banquet

Orleans was under the control of the French. Shortly after du Sable's ,' ,j j\'< ,' '" speaker, an outstanding group of
arrival, however, the fortunes of war were shifted and control of New ;,C\ :...lf individuals have been assembledto

Orleans went to the Spanish.Not .j,... head up a most interesting and
wanting to be caught in a governmental web, du Sable pushed : informative symposium
northward and finally settled in Michigan. He was perhaps one of the program.

earliest free Black pioneers to enter Michigan, around 1700. RAdm.Jim Stockdale will head
Du Sable, the son of a French businessman and Black mother, was the POW symposium; Capt. Gene
often called the "Black Frenchman" by the American Indians. It has Cernan will give those attendinga

also been reported that he was a legendary half-brother, to the great rundown on Apollo 17; Mr. Joe
Indian Chief Pontiac. This assumption seems reasonable because it Gavin, President of Grumman
was known thatdu Sable's hut was located near Pontiac's encampment. Aerospace Corporation,will head
Sometime later,du Sable moved westward to Peoria, 111., and once the industry symposium; and
again he lived near Pontiac's home. It was during this move that he
Jax sailors to speed on the highwayson from the Carrier Suitability
HOW CHILDISH It is for NAS
married a beautiful Chippewa (Ojibwa) girl and became a Indian
chief. the Fourth of July.This farmer's daughter prefers sailors who Branch of the Naval Air Test
Center will come a symposium
After becoming a chieftain, du Sable traveled to the north bank of take it slow.Action.
conducted by LCDR. Clint Smith
the Duchemin (Calumet) river where he opened a trading post. People
and Mr. Roger M. Decker.As .
began to construct homes close to the trading post and the settlement
later became known as Chicago. Line Answers in past years, this year's
reunion will feature both a golf
and tennis tournament for the
Retirement QuestionsServicemen sports enthusiasts.The .

H2Z&VC the weekend is
cost for
of Defense
with questions original Department
$62.00 for double room occupancy -
concerning the proposed Non Action Line service created the
0fr MONDAY NITE IS... ..00 for single room
,
disability Retirement System need for each branch of the military
and $36.00 for individuals
FAMILY NIGHT! may now take their questions directly to operate its own informa- occupancy
who wish to take part in
to their branch of the tion center. Members of the three
the festivities but do not desire
: 1.00 OFF. Armed Forces.Three branches of services operating Action Line hotel accomodations.A .
.. the service-the Army, Navy and services should call the following.

'\ ...ON 13"or IS" PIZZA Marine Corps-will operate Ac- autovon numbers: $5.00 reduction in the above

59PM.. Eat In or carry out tion Line services while the Air Army 221-7853 costs. |js,offered to\\dues- ying
Force will handle all questions members of the Association.
GOOD ONLY AT BLANDINC,BLVD.,, throughvlocal personnel offices. Marine Navy Corps -- 224-4645 224-1511 Applications for the Reunion or

The heavy volume of calls to the for membership may be

Members of the Air' Force who requested by writing to the

have questions concerning the Tailhook Association,-P.0. Box
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; j IN THE PIRATES TAVERN should contact their local Con- by calling (Area Code 714)) 437-
;it solidated Base Personnel Office 7924.
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Needed jjf Jax-A corrective program for spouses) and ALATEEN (for. : *.
'! 1 individuals with a drinking alcoholics' children). "
Next to qualified people, 't ;i problem has been establishedhere If you have a drinking problemand

qualified German Shepherds are .,. in the form of an Alcohol want to seek help, call AE2
the most sought after military i t : Abuse Counseling Office. Thomas Chastain at Ext. 2886 or

volunteers today. They are : It L The office offers counseling, after 4 p.m. at 282-5457.
training, modern rl F '. referrals and to Other
guaranteed ; encouragement numbers where help is
kennels personal attention and t .' Join Alcoholics Anonymous, as available are the NAS Chaplains

meaningful work. t' well as serving as a Office,Ext. 3051,or the Alcoholic
iii L i ; clearinghouse for literature Rehabilitation Unit, 772-2969.

With these inducements to potential ) pertaining to alcoholism.

dog donors, the Govern TiJi-ViU.,1: ""* viawwaa uL jaaaasanrnmammmeagK-mma Located in Bldg.722, the center
FIRST GRADUATES of the NARF exists mainly to offer fellowship
ment hopes to recruit 100 Ger- Quality Control Certificate \
man Shepherds now and more Program talk over the program with Cdr. H.C. North, NARF to those with a drinking problemor
than 1,300 during the fiscal year Executive Officer. Shown(L-R)are: L.J. Barilla, C.F. Anderson, P.S. to their families
Wade, D.R. White, Cdr. North, W.E. Giving the alcoholic a means to
1974 They will be trained by the Swilley, R.V. leverock and J.V.
Miller, Jr. The escape this difficult disease, the
Quality Control Technician r
Air Force as "law" dogs for the training was conducted at
St. Johns River Junior College. center lets the individual share
Department of Defense and other
his experiences, hopes and
Federal agencies. Marks strengths with others striving for nu '
Galley Holiday "'-
the same goal and with people
Although military dogs are no who have already gained control
longer sent to Vietnam (and several -
hundred were returned to the With Special Meal over.Or, if the disease has MOBILE HOMES .-

United States for retraining), progressed to a point where
their effectiveness and increaseduse medical attention is needed, a 3995up
in a variety of law enforce Jax -- Enlisted personnel and their guests are cor- counselor at the center will attempt

ment duties keeps recruiting dially invited to enjoy Family Night July,4 at the NAS to get medical treatmentfor If

quotas high. Several services for Jax Enlisted Dining Hall. the person. ,
example, use German Shepherdsfor Meetings of the NAS Jax
All guests are required to be accompanied by an
patrol duty,marijuana detection Alcoholics Anonymous group are
and soon will train 60 explo- active duty military sponsor. held each Wednesday at 8 p.m. in PRIDEMORE INC..
sive detection teams. The Air Reservations are not required, but would be ap- the NAS Chapel Annex,Bldg.722. ,

Force also procures German preciated., Call Ext. 3302 or 3669. Other group therapy offered GREEN U.S.COVE 17 N )RTH SPRINGS .
Shepherds for the other military through the center includes PHONE Il4-Sf77 -
The menu includes: Grilled Beef Steaks, Brown
services, the Treasury Department's ALANON (for alcoholics' "
narcotics detection Gravy, Baked Potatoes, Corn on the Cob, Buttered ,..

program, and the Federal Avia- Green Beans, Salad Bar, "Holiday Cake" and Fourth of I .
tion Administration's, airport July Fruit Punch. .= ::::::::: ,
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bomb-detection program.. Meal hours will be 4:30 to 6 p.m. : WIAVISRUSSELL
"Law" dogs are acquired from r i
allover the United States. Some at the piano bar

are donated; others are pur-
chased for prices up to $150. Although I Veterans Ask. ENTERTAINMENTNIGHTLY .

the dogs need not be .. .. I '

pedigreed, German Shepherd \ '
characteristics $. :: <:;::;:
are required. Q-I hear rumors about a device Medicine believes such a device ,.
The dogs should be betweenone that will give sight to the totally eventually may be possible if the SPECIAL RATES .. .'. '.
and three years old, weigh at blind.Is this VA prosthetics? concept of electrocortical stimu- FOR SERVICEMEN b double per occupancy person \
least 60 pounds and stand at least Is there such a device? lation proves feasible: .e. t
23 inches the shoulder. A-You have heard of Entertainment Nittly, Quarterdeck Lounge A Dine at Biser's Seafood i ,
high at a concept Q-How much time do I have to
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Restaurant 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV Direct Dial Phone Olympic ,"'
Females must have been spayed. still in the early research stage get my schooling under the G.I. Swimming Peol, Free Undercover Parking.MOTOR .
Those wishing to offer their and nowhere nearly ,ready for Bill?
dogs should'write to Departmentof prosthetics development. In Education or training under j
Defense Dog Center(SAAMA), March 1973,medical newspapers the current G.I. Bill must be com JUKIIJfYI1E t
Lackland Air Force Base, Texas reported that a neurologist from pleted within eight years of sep- "
78236. Albert Einstein College of aration from military service or HOTEL

by May 31, 1974, whichever is 901 Main Street Phone 355.3744 t
later.
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Several clinical researchers in for myopia. Researchers in the
251, supported by AIMD, optometry are developing tech. 10-year-old field prescribe special
will meet tomorrow at 7 niques that may reduce myopia contact lensea: to change the curvature
pm. on the second deck of (nearsightedness) for some per. of the cornea(exterior, sur-
sons. face of the eye).
Bldg. 560.
Bertrand Kolles, O.D., of St.
A.
The theme for the Dr. Kolles points out that each
will be "The Paul, Minn., reports on the ongo practitioner varies his approach,
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meeting
ing clinical research of several into consideration the
American Flag" and the 1"tfj optometrists in the field of individual taking needs of each patient.

Cub Scouts will assist the orthokeratology in the March, Basically, there are two approaches -
Color Guard in 1973, issue of the Journal of the the
Marine .... being developed by
bringing down the flag '. : p American tion. Optometric Associa researchers.In .

after the meeting. RETIRING AFTER 30 years of Naval service, HMCS Garland By definition, orthokeratologyis the one, the optometrist prescribes -
!''t Ellison is piped over the side at the Naval Hospital. Senior Chief "the reduction, modification or a corrective contact lens
Ellison 'was the Administrative Assistant of the Patient Affairs elimination of a visual defect by with refractive power; When the
Division. the programmed application of maximum change in the curvature -
contact lenses or other related of the cornea is obtained with
& i, r:: :::;::; :;;;;;;1f; ;;t l ff:;;;;1;;;;m;;:;::1; :;:::::::::::: ::1 1:1:1:::::': 1::::: procedures," Dr. Kolles writes. these, lenses new lenses with a

"": With myopia, the eyeball is different power are prescribed.This .
--I J I :!:: : longer than it should'be to matchits change may occur in as littleas

optical components and light three weeks or as long as three
IIi! HONDAOF II rays,bending at a normal angleas months.
DEER SPRINGS they enter the eye, come to
.... .... The other ,
approach developed
ESTATES : CiJ focus in front of, instead of on,
M m the retina. ,A myopic or nearsighted :- by' Joseph A. Nolan, O.D.,
...ATKEYSTONE '.JAXW&ysMAwrw :::: involves prescribing a contact
:::::;:; :::: person sees near objects
HEIGHTS 'more clearly but distant objectsare lens with no refractive power and
MOBILE HOMESITES iH ; 1m usually blurred.Orthokeratology altering the wearing time to bring
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CLYDE W. SIMPSON A CO. ;:: ,'" is one of the' about the desired changes in the
!; 6425 NORWOOD AVE PHONE 764-2419 : .
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REALTOR 354-6849 methods being developed to care curvature cornea.NARFHorRoll
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Franklin Schum Earl G. Eckford

Clifton P, Willimon. .: Atwood D. Knight
William R. Baker ) Herbert R. Wright, Jr. .
Robert T. Larson .
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I Jesse M. Womack Ernest H. Hampton, Jr.
Edward J. Heise a Johnnie Waye '

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Delco Remy Condenser Toe.I m.Rotate 5 Tires,
We Adiust Timing To Specifications Inspect All Tires,Check Shock Ab-
Carburetor Idle Speed. Mixture sorber Check Steering Linkage
We Check: PCV Valve (Position Crankcase SafetyCheck Lighting System,Inspect
Ventilation), All Hoses. All'Belts. Ball Joints,Balance 2 Front Wheels
Battery Terminals. Air Cleaner Element e
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Drain Crankcase Install New AC Oil. Filter p
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Refill With.SplcifiedEngine Oil Lubricate '
Chasis if' Flexible Hoses for Brittleness. Leaks and Wear,
We will check levels of Transmission Oil Check Hose Connections. Tighten if.Necessary,
Power Steering Oil I Differential Lube. Check Refrigerant Level. Check Evaporator
Brake Fluid Radiator Coolant Drain Tube. Clean Radiator and
inspect All Hoses and Lights /r Condenser Fins, Adjust Drive Belt Tension

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Ads should
be mailed to arrive not later than
arriving too late for TueSday for publication
this deadline will be published the following Thursday. Ads -
strutted otherwise. A check or the fOllowing week unless the
\ money order for the pUblisher Is In. -
cost of the
ad must be V
RATE: minimum received WITH the COPY. .
charge Ulines "
) ...$2.00
Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...50c Thursday,June 28 "PG'fc (105 min.) '
CO.,4747 SAN JUAN NAS "GOODBYE COLUM-
AVE.,JACKSONVilLE 32210 : HOSPITAL: "GOODBYECOLUMBUS"

BUS" Drama, Starring Richard .
t.J 1E12.1SFT.' RENKEN BOAT JUSTISS Benjamin and Ali MacGraw. "R" E':
JrkoHUn'uWa'k' thru TRAILER PARK Saturday,June 30 _
windshield CG 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern (102 min.) "
TEMPORARY JOBS ?pflRTiCV. CHRYSLER ENGiNE: trailer and 3893007. NAS: $$ Suspense Comedy, :l
apts.
=
HOSPITAL "THE GREAT
FOR NAVY WIVESAll TRAILER, BEING : Starring Warren Beatty and ,

office skills needed. Long and Sowers TRANSFERRED. Must sell. Chief 12'X60'MOBILE HOME WALTZ"Musical, Starring Horst Goldie Hawn. "R" (121 min. ) ::-

short assignments. No fee. We Pay 264.7038, 772-2540 or 7723007. 3BR., 11/2 B.,for Sale or Rent. Buchholz and Mary Costa. "G" HOSPITAL : "LOLLY

You. XTRA HELPERS.3965U8MOBILE "_ :. TATI't mr. __ 2895011. ((135 min.) MADONNA

Friday,June 29 :
COLONY MOBILE HOMES Sunday,July 1 \
HOME SALESMANHigh WE BUY & SELL EQUITIES aales& Rentals,935910Jrd: St. Call 771- NAS: "LOLLY MADONNA" NAS: "THEY ONLY KILL

pay, short hours, part-time. Call us for quick service 0275. Photostating and notary service Action Drama, Starring Rod THEIR MASTERS" Suspense, .'7
Apply In person, Mobile Home Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. Steiger and Katherine Squire.
and
James Garner
Brokers, 5887 Roosevelt Blvd. 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. 118th STREET AREA Starring .
y71'30i2 737-3864 1971, 12'X64' Great Lakes, 3BR., AC, tinMI4Jnwu1<< Katherine Ross. "PG" (98 min.)
WAITRESSESPART.TIME DW,carpet, & shed, take over pymts. HOSPITAL: "$$"

OR FULL-TIME GREEN COVE SPRINGS $98 mo. Phone 772-9988 or 282-4632 aft. '69 TOYOTA CORONA CPE. Monday,July 2 .

Private Club, Good hours, great pay, v Residential,Lots,Acreage 6PM. Automatic, Low mileage, $999. NAS "LITTLE BIG MAN" '.
; Call Mrs. Dryden, 387.1(33.SECRETARIAL Chas Mobley, Realtor 284-9365 4738 San Juan 389-7916 :
>, Lee Duncan,Associate 264-6861 12'X,,'MOBILE HOME Western Satire: Starring Dustin :
HELP 2BR., 2B., CH&A, carpeted, DW, '66 PONTIAC LEMANSAT Hoffman and Martin Balsam. 'I
WANTED IN REAL ESTATE MATTERS carport, utility shed, skirted, set-up, WW, HT, Very good cond., $475., "PG" (140 min.) ,;
CallWayneShrumBlanding ready to move.In, many extras, 771- 772-3067 ask. for Mr. Velez.1969FIREBIRD3SO. ,
I Full or part-time,best Jax. Pay, good HOSPITAL: "THEY ONLY
Agency, Inc. Realtors 2221.
,
work conditions, name your days or *
KILL THEIR MASTERS"
s t Westslde 7719513CORNER
If
hours,
preferred. Company '
I 71 LANCER 12'XU' AT, AC & PS, Completely rebuilt
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will pay refresher course at LOT 3BR., 2 Full Bath, Full Carpt, $150., engine$1500. Call 778-9101 or 778-9155. Tuesday,July
r Cumberland FJC. .typing, shorthand, Concrete Block; 3BR., J12,500. Excel Equity, Assume Bal. CaU 388-248 NAS: "WORLD'S GREATESTATHLETE"


r r bookkeeping Phone 354-0111 for for accepted Interview.applicants. VanSandt Serviceman, Realtor Location. 389-3549 f(} _' ._"'-J i.t Good 1963 top CHEV.& safety IMPALA sticker CONV., $400. 264- Jan Michael Comedy Vincent,"G"Starring

; PART-TIME TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE 2976
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Interesting part-time work avail. for Two, up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile '46 FORD LTD
Senior MCO, with In town temporaryhelp radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to 289 cl., AT, PS, Runs Good, Needs LEAVE COMING UP?
Body Work Call 388.2485.111OMAVERICK .
service. Must be free morningsfrom $3,000.00 per: acre. Prices are far
6 am.9 a.m. Some weekend below near-future values. Call Art
2DR.SEDAN
I work also. Must be personable, Laughrun, Ret.'Navy Chief. 3895514, Std. Trans, Radio, New Paint, $999. year Jl@flil@PJ. (flP@IYiliflf
I aggressive, & able to work under Eve 771.7441. 4738 San Juan 389-7916
pressure.Call 355-2730 from 10:00: a.m. WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA can provide tie funds

3 p.m. Realtors SpecialistWE BETTER CARSFOR LESS
MONEY
Domestic Finance is set to make sure
Used VW's up your
compacts, other foreign
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TELLERS WANTED BUY EQUITIES makes. Astro Motors 6566 Normandy money needs are handled the way you want them.

Experienced Part Time work. Call Louise T. Bailey Blvd. 7814978. Call or come in-we'll do the rest.DOMESTIC .
3847541. Broker 771.3605

i An equal opportunity employer 1970 CHALLENGER 2DR.HT
I CALLA SHIPMATEJoe 6cyl., Fully equipped $1499. FINANCE
i I I HOUSEWIVES Ropiak (RET Navy) 4738 San Juan 389-7916

I Work from your home a few hrs. daily Licensed Real Estate'Salesman COrOATION LOANS S'NCe TO MM ItIT

[ securing credit appl. No selling, no Representing '72 SUZUKI 500 8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK ,
f experience, will train. Call Mrs. Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors Well Cared for Perfect Condition,
> Redick 7645945. Home 781-7715 Office 771-9513 $750.00, 772.7504.'

k '68-CAMARO CPE.
ROLLINGHILLS Pd]
SECURITY GUARDS NARF
Real sharp yellow, Black Vinyl top, 3- ,
s Openings for Security Guards at Charming 4BR., Split-level, $38,000. ..
2B, LR, DR., kit., fam. Spd. & Air, $1277.
NARF by private company. $2.05 to rm.. utility
$2.10 per hr. Must be high school rm., dbl. garage, ww carpet, CH&A, 4738 San Juan 389-7916 Big Chief Say:

. graduate. Prior guard experience by owner: 7811052. '68 OLDS CUTLASS STA.WG.

preferred but not required. Retired 2 LARGE LOTS Radio, Air, $1295. This can be seen at FREE FRONT
Military welcome. Shifts available 680 Custer CIRCLE. Bellair West. 4 WHEEL ALIGNMENT
12'X65' Trailer, CH&A Set up $1,000.
from 3P.M. to 11P.M. & 11P.M. to Orange Park. For details call 264.3675If .
In Baker
Equity assume pymts.
WITH PURCHASE
7A.M. Part-time openings on no answer 2647546. ,
County 4 ml. W. of AAaxville, Fla. (
weekends also available. Must be in
good physical condition and undergo COUNTTHE COST OF 4 TIRESMONARCH'S
18 FT. PLAYMOR CAMPERLike
You will Buy this Business. 2 acres on
strict security investigation & fire U.S. 90 Excellent Business, Plus 8 New. Self contained, CH&A, will
arm qualification test. For Information space trailer Park. Ready for sleep 6. Can be seen at 680 Custer

& interview call Mr. Grout, Business. Call Real Estate Broker 724- Circle, Bellair West, Orange Park,
264-9513, Ext. 108.daily or weekends.An 5028 or See Haynes In NARF Wing $3250. For additional details. 264-3675 \
equal opportunity employer Shop. or 264-7546. t I.


Jt k,,U, ,.c.""""S. ',1&1:; -1 ARLINGTON TOWNHOUSE2BR. Fully 1970 equipped PONTIAC, for CONVERT.only $1499. % 5,
i
., IViB., Brick ww Carpets,
M i viuraed message by 4738 San Juan 389.7916
Central Heat and Air, drapes and
SCOTT EDWARDS kitchen equipped, fenced patio. $4,000 :
Tells you how to be a equity and assume $16,600 mortgageor CHEAPIES FOR CASH S
'65 VW Sedan, R&H, $240 S "
DISC JOCKEY re-finance. Phone owner, eveningsand :
call 355-2944 any hour. Approved for weekends, 7444447. '65 Valiant,2DR.R&H $240 : I
veterans. Columbia School of '68 Flat Cpe.4-Spd. $240 IL

Braodcastlng. San Francisco.: Not HOLLYCRESTORANGE PARK 'Chevy,2DRHTATR&H $290 Ef

affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by Beautiful 4BR., 2B., CHA, Fla. Rm., '65 Falcon FuturaR&H $290 J .
home study. encl. Ig. '66CometWg.ATR&H $290 "
Kit. equip. 2 car garage U
'65VWSunRoofR&H $340 !.i? S'
Beautiful lot with trees. Priced In low
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES JAX fifties. For details call Fred T. Davis, '66VWSedanR&H $390 HIGH
$440 \
Fabrication In rescreening, window Realtor, 3969013 or 2643675. If no 66GhiaCpe.RH
'67 ,H T,AC&Pwr. $490
screens, screen doors, patio & pool 2647546. Chrysler
answer PERFORMANCESMOOTH
enclosures, aluminum roofs & car. ASTRO MOTORS : :; ,yY
Blvd.
6566 Normandy
ports, free estimates. Owned & t\ht HNTA..S.1
r operated by: Norman T. Abrams, 1968 NOVA
USN retired, Paul Tlnney, 2568 Edison ORANGE PARK Leaving area soon and will sell for
RIDER
Ave., 3841242. 2BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dish. $500., Call 772-1436 for a Good Buy.
washer, Drapes, Carpets, ElizabethApts.
LIVE CRABS ., 771-1405 or 7713355WILMARAPTS.: 69 VW SEDAN MB

Wllford's. Fish Camp 4-Spd.., Air, Radio, 'a real nice car 9
2U-t707. $1299. E OK
2BR., Furn., water, sewage & gar. $79
4738 San Juan 389-7916 F7.14 or 1$ t
AUTO AI R-COND. SERVICE bage, parking cars, small children,

Room Units, Central Units, Tyler small pets o.k. $125. mo. Washer LIKE NEW 1973 KAWASAKI W lip !

Heating & Air Conditioning. 4711 $8.00, 387.2541 or 387-0744. 90 ex., $300., Call after 4P.M. 264-0304 St $0780 PJuFT.14 FE.T,

Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161. HOUSE FOR RENT.ORTEGA HILLS or Contact James Bumgarner at Bks., 078.14 or 1S v/ 2.31 TO 3,13QC

Central Heat & Air, $275. 905 NARU HAS Jax.
3BR., 2B.,
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER INSTANT su I
10 Like New. Take up pymts. of $7.00 3550264. 1971 PONTIAC LEMANS2DR. V41 4 .H7.14 or 15 egg CREDIT .

per month. Rayfield's 12'X60'MOBILE HOME ., HT, R&H, PS AT, AC, 18,000 NO DOWN I ,
6437 Wilson Blvd.*772-89J 3 Bedroom IV* Bath, Air Conditioned miles, excel Cond., $2295., 2643047.
103 S.Edgewood Ave.,I89-04M $10795 PAYMNT.T"

771-2484. ________ ..... IONC TERMS

OEORGE'SKENNELS Dogs & Cats Boarded 2 NAVY MEN ONLY JANUARY AUTOMOTIVE

Pick-Up & delivery services since 2BR., duplex, completely furn., AC, 1171 CASSAT 317.213'THELARGESTLITTLE-
1925. Grooming, training & shipping. TV & washer, garbage & water paid, USED
St. 384-
Visitors welcome. BankAmericard & $150. mo. at 5502 Plymouth CAR DEALER IN JACKSONVILLE

Mastercharge honored. Off 1-10 near 6852. DEALING IN EXCEPTIONAL

Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. ORANGE PARK FOREIGN A DOMESTIC USED CARS 1-ii..

SOlS Edgewood ct.389-0064 3BR. HOUSE FURN.. 1966 FORD 9PASS. STA.WG. aI
Minutes to NAS, no lease required, AT, R&H. AC PS, luggage rack
FOR SALE 5 264.6884. excellent condition 5688.
16FT. Boat Motor & Trailer, $500. will rent to bachelors. '1954CHEVROLETCAMARO6cyl. ..c...

Days 771.3211, Ext 114, or Evenings ., 3-Spd., Trans on Floor, R&H.
o 7866968. '_Ji J.tc: <<.d.-l BUCKET Seats, cleanr$1488. I .

GARAGE SALE 1972 OPEL KADETTE

Frl.-Sat., 4351 TImuquana. Wide WEBUYANDSELLGOOD MOBILE HOMES 4-Spd.., Htr., WW, Tape Deck, 26,000
*' USED miles, one owner, $1588.
variety new. & used. No funk. Phone 388-4619
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Planned At FRA 91 Overseas ?

Paris, Mexico City, Tokyo, Toronto
Jax-Fleet Reserve Association perhaps the only one in the state.If .
no matter where you "
Branch 91 has a full slate of you have any flags that are
travel, it's always nice to come
events scheduled to celebrate no longer serviceable, they can 1r ,
home. And'an important part of '
Independence Day. be turned in to ATC Bernard
homecoming is clearing the
Boy Scout Troop 276 will camp Henke, Aircraft Maintenance Treasury your Department's U.S.
out on the grounds at the Branch Department Avionics, Cecil
Bureau of Customs.
Home at 5391 Collins Road July 3. Field; ADJC Joe Bodin, NAS Jax .
Last over 242 million pc'rsons
As part of the campout they will Career Information School; any year asked to declare
erect their VIII National Jam Branch officer; or flags may be were
boree Gate Way. left at the Branch home.A -either orally or in writing

Flying from the Gate Way will family picnic will follow the -everything they had acquired.
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abroad and had in their'
be full size flags of Spain, France, ceremony.The posses
Great Britain, the Confederate public is cordially invitedto sion at the time they entered the

States, Florida and the Troop come to the ceremony and United States. This year, more
flag.Old Glory will be the central examine the handiwork of the baggage and belongings will be

feature of the flag display. Boy Scout Troop. 6 examined, according to U.S.
Also affixed to the Gate Way In other FRA news, the Branch Commissioner of Customs Vernon -
will be the Great Seal of the Stateof elected its new officers for the D. Acree, and during
Florida and the Seal of the Cityof coming year at the regular thorough examinations for illegal .

Jacksonville.On monthly meeting on June 13. narcotics, some travelers may
the Fourth of July, the Billy Owens will relieve Joe NEW TITLE WAITING-Capt. William J. Vaught, presently experience a slight delay.
Troop will cook a noon meal for Heald as President. He will be Commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven, will become Commander Patrol "In order to clear Customs more
their families and aid FRA assisted by Dennis Marshall and Wing Eleven Saturday when the Wing is officially redesignated.This quickly," says CommissionerAcree
Branch 91 with the Branch's Bernard Henke, the new 1st and action is part of the NAVAIRLANT reorganization-reduction plan and "it's a good idea to keep all
annual flag burning ceremony. 2nd Vice-Presidents. includes the redesignation COMFAIRWINGSLANT to COMPAT- sales slips, and have them handy

Scheduled to start at 1 p.m., the Jack Wadelin was reelected for WINGSLANT. when making a declaration
flag burning ceremony ensures another term as Branch either oral or written as required." -

that National Ensigns no longer Secretary and Don Colley was Commissioner Acree urges all
serviceable receive an honorableand picked as the new Treasurer, r international travelers to, learn

respectful' retirement from New members of the Board M' 'IM( Every Friday & Saturday Nite 8.30 P.M. about exemptions and duty al
service.As include Ken Munsch, Charles lowances. One source for this is

far as can be determined by BensonDon Caraway,Joe Bodin, -, $ EASTPORT P.B.S. TRIO "Customs Hints for ReturningU.S.
Branch 91, this is the only flag Ben Nugent, John Akin, George Residents," a booklet writ
burning ceremony being con Weiner, Robert Lentz, Norman LL ten especially for the traveling
ducted in Northern Florida and Nahring and James Coker.'n For your listening public. For a free copy contact.the '
o & dancing pleasure U.S. Customs District Office

nearest you. It's listed in the telephone -
THE WEST INN LOUNGE I book under "U.S. Govern(
ment."The booklet is also availa

3644 ST. JOHNS AVENUE (FORMERLY MONTE'S) ble from: US.: Customs, P.O. Box

1 )"j\ 7118, Washington, D.C. 20044.
down. The Customs Hints booklet will

? remind you, for example, to be
sure and register any foreign-

..v. and made merchandise you may,already
with U.S. before
Customs
own ...
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.'' .. ROBBIESCAMP you go abroad.It will also acquaint -
: you with the basic $100

.' ,iz E SAVE! TRAILER SALES. exemption, and the $200 exemp-
tion that applies for U.S. resi-

HI WAY 21 (Between, Keystone & Melrose) PH. 475-2035 dents returning from American
Samoa, Guam, and the U.S. Vir-

gin Islands.

ALL OUR CARPETS HAVE BEEN 4 ,10% or 15%

FRIENDLY, RELAXED&

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...to make room for the new fall Inventory I IDEALLY LOCATED FOR
Safety.Low Gas-C.G. PRICE& GATORS ON LOT < CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.
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HI-LOW EXCLUSIVE. TOWING INSURANCE' I ,CLOSE SCHOOLS,

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Neres.a, same 'BItOtAtAtRc' \"! .," Past Forrest High School.
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.' 4 $ 399.i Hooked on a $100.00 per day heroin habit) 6/ujimmincpooL/ ..:. ';'
: "'. Hear how he was delivered from the most sordid life ever recorded I < '
Hear about his many attempts at suicide,broken marriages and heart.breaks AnD -:' ,;.,.
Hear his soul!.winning testimony and his true miracle of God's grace! GOOD LIFE ''-';: '. '.::
Hear his personal report on the Stars of Hollywood and their problem I, THE ', :

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FIRST QUALITY COUNTRY
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Our church will be observing God and Country Day Sunday,July 1, 1973 yInGcewood; :
"c;;. Come early for best selection We would like tor-all servicemen to be our special guest for the servicesand "' -
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r reception after the Evening services. Bro. John "3:16": Cook will be 2045 Jammes Road : -"
our speaker at the Morning Service at 11:00: A.M.and the Evening Serviceat from Jack
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7:30: PM. He has been a Hollywood Stunt man and a double for Clark 10 minutes '
I Gable under the name of Sonny Austin. He has a tremendous testimony of sonville. Out Roosevelt ,) : "
what God .has-done In his life, delivering him from drug addiction, Blvd. Right on San .
alcoholism,wealth and popularity with Hollywood stars. He found Christto Juan to Jammes. Then ''j >, ,,
be the answer. These services are designed to encourage people to "
apartmenis.
appreciate our country, the greatest country on earth and acknowledgethe left to Info call:
One who made It possible through our Founding Fathers.We For complete
'.. feel a deep need today more than ever before to acknowledge as a 7813818PAGE
': Nation,Our God. Hope to see you In the Services Sunday.

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I B Share'TALLAHASSEE Your Fis hing Experiences With A Kid 1 I

-A man

can spend a, lifetime new 1973-74 fishing Collectors and authorized
learning all there is to ro '.. licenses are now on sale at license agents throughout I

know about fishing and in VI offices of County Tax Florida. .
the end what's he -
got..unless .he shares it JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION

with a boy or girl? 1 ,; REPOSSESSION SALEWhy
The angler that takes

time to take a kid fishing pay full price when you can get it for less?

will experience a :ttftftttftftW: ::: ::::!::::Nr' $:N.AY.' ..(;?"*:'+v. :.W: S::rl.Y::: :n -Yr,;v::;;.Y:$:f.$' -::::).
revelation that may :g::: 49 FORD MUSTANG
launch a whole new con- i 2-Door Hardtop PS. R&H.

cept of fishing fun. Thereis _.- :>-;s :::: $1495
:: '70 FIAT'SPIDER
no thrill like it..menwho F
:::;:: Radio and heater
have landed the
world's largest fish can 71 MERCURY COUGAR $;; $9952Door
Hardtop,new tires, PS ;8:: 69 CH EVY MALI au
testify to that.There's ... R&H. OAOK 8; AC ps, PB R&H
... -- $,
more than i *Ya g; $1395
shared emotion or fishingfun 71 FORD PINTO
gets late .and their child fish...the wildlife the I:: 71 MGB CONVERTIBLE
Radio and heater.
when take kid
you a isn't back they can at least :;: 4 speed Sports Car
the boat ::
ride
scenery, ,,etc,
fishing. There is shared worry intelligently. $1395 :jx;:: Ready to GO! R&H
experience that That way you won't. look 70 INTERNATIONAL :$: ei '\S"
con- 2. Take OVD
extra food
and
quite so silly if you get TRAVELALL g
tributes to a closeness, to a an extra life jacket. If the skunked. AC, Auto. trans., PS, PB, V-8J70:::: CHRYSLER NEWPORT
brotherunder- thetarp kid is not a swim- 7. Maintain the image of_ engine, R&H. $-95 L g ti AC, PS, PB, Radio and heater.
relationship that will mer..make sure he $1195
sportsmanship. Don'tembarrass
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provide a bond to last for wears it and does 69 OLDS'442'SPORT COUPE : 70 PONTIAC
not
it
use
the kid ,
by Standard floor shift PS R&H. f$ Trans-AM Loaded I
years. as a seat cushion.
breaking
fishing
Taking kids fishing is nota 3. Keep it simple. Don't boating safety rules., or $1395 $2495

privilege limited to expect a kid to be an accomplished 8: Be sure you have a PHONE 3B .J39J ...I ILL LUNSFORD
parents, of course. fly fishermanor proper fishing license. The
Nephews and nieces, a tournament bass
neighbors, children of caster.

: friends and even perfect 4. Keep things hap-
; strangers are about as pening and don't work
j The other Florida :H<:.
much fun to take along as them too hard. ..,
1
; sons or daughters. Youngsters have a short

; According to the Game attention span. Try to go beckons you I
and Fresh Water Fish where the fish, even if

Commission there are a they're small, provide
few rules which should beobserved action. Break it up. into
'by the angler short sessions. .,
joining the "take a kid 5. Don't give too much

fishing fraternity." advice. Let the kid foul .

things up his own way.
1. Make sure the kid's He'll learn the right way
parents..or whoever elseis from experience.

in charge... know your 6. Emphasize aspects
plans so when the hour other than just catching

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J Weekly, Dally, Hourly :; n grace and beauty of the Old South lives I I." ?
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., Florida with million dollar projects spro_hl.+t1.1 k:$
t\sk- .TJ. A \ throughout the area. In addition, hundreds of I i vkksf;'f,.,;..fl i
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10,000 Gather At NASFor '

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Marathon Boat Race ,

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Marathon Regatta held in the St.
Johns River off NAS Jacksonville i x'v f. ? q.
last Sunday was won by Reggie
Fountain,Jr.,of Tarboro,N.C. as .,
he averaged a speed of 95 miles
per hour around the 4.25 mile v F a I'

course,
A crowd of about 10,000 ...
gathered at NAS to watch
Fountain take an early lead and
hold it for the two hours it took to
,. hf finish the race. Fountain's twin
150 horsepower Mercury motors .
THE STARTING LINE? One of the 51 boat t+ wqP
WHERE'S power of -
carried him past the field 51 '
racers who were on hand for the Jacksonville Marathon starts his in .. .
boats to the top prize money eaM. U
engine and looks for the starting line. .
the $3,000 race.Finishing
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aw.T'Rt overall
second was
'. .
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200 horsepower Mercury while .
.y Earl Bentz of St.Johns Island,
S.C., finished third with a 135
horsepower: Evinrude THEY'RE OFF AND SPLASHING I -They were closely bunched up
Gary Peacock,the leader in the wnen the race began,butwhen it was all over No.76, Reggie Fountain
+.r APBA point standings! ,developed stayed out front f to finish first overall. Boat No. 1022 moved up to finish
motor problems in his single second while No. 154 fell to third and No.22 finished fourth.
', .: engine Mercury and finished
: fourth overall even though he
only completed 76 of the 80 laps.
a
> The race was .a Regional
Divisional Championship Race of
the American Power Boat
Association (APBA) that offeredthe
drivers double points toward
ti- the National Championship title.

.-- .-.-- Out of the 51 boats which 4r
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started in the 10 classes of
:
competition, two flipped, two
SPECTATORS GALORE A part of the estimated 10,000 people <
sank and nine others dropped out ,
who viewed the races are pictured here intent on watching the power -
because of mechanical problems.
boats that hit speeds of over 100 miles per hour. ? :

Robert Harless of Hazelhurst,
;: Ga.,flipped with just two minutes
j PHOTOS BY BILL -GALLIGAN I left in the race and was taken to a
C Jacksonville hospital. He was the
only injury of the race. I

The race was sponsored by the
Jacksonville Marine Association,
Fall inAgain City of Jacksonville and NAS VYING FOR POSITION Boat No. 154(center) and No. 1022 (right)

M Jacksonville. jockey for position on one of the course's turns.



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I Claimed By VW-4 [ SOFTBALL ROUNDUP I




Jax The VW-4 tennis the first set 6-3, lost the Games Played FAST PITCH "0" Division.

team claimed the NAS second one 6-4 and won the "A"Division. ,'. VV L
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Intramural Championshiplast third 76. Week of June 18 \\ L ..".. '
week with a 3-2 win Members FICEUR 141.! 5'h NARJAX 13 4
of
VW4'swinning HOSPITAL 5
over the VP-45 team in a SLOW PITCH 13 VP-49 84 9'12
team VW-4 .
were Jeff 121h 51h
playoff made necessary by Roemer, Jack Jackson SUPPLY DENTAL 16'17 VP-24 WEAPONS 0 F.AW-11 14 7 MARINE BKS 8 10
10
their identical 9-1 regular Randy Johnson FICEUR MATSG MATSG 10i .BVfe VP-45 6Vz ,12th,
Leo 12 2 *
VP-16 FASOTG 6
51h' DVfc 13
season records. Johnson VP-24"A" '
and "Maz" 6 GSE 5 SPECIALS 4 14 AIMD 3' 14
Both teams claimed two Mazoue. VP-49 19 679th 6

singles matches so the title VP-45's team NWSF forfeited to 679th
consistedof
VP-24"A" 23
AFEES 6
ended up being decided by Ted
Samples, Jim VP-49 5 DENTAL 3
the doubles match. In that Britts, Jeff Peternal and NDRC 10 WEAPONS 9

doubles match VW-4 won Carl Koschak. FICEUR 19 VP-24 15

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NARJAX 8 MARINES 2
FICEUR 12 VP-49 4
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FINAL VW-4 14 FASO 5 ..,.
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VP-16 CPO '. 51''' ,36 CHIEFS LATE CHARGERS 57 23 Slow PitchStandings Dealer Issuing this certificate utilizing the AAMCO "CAR
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CAG-20 45 43 TRAILBLAZERS 4930/ transmission and torque converter (If your car has a torque
GOOD&BAD 44 43 UNCOLAS 46 33 converter) against failure of material and workmanship. It will
FASO '41 47 ADCOP 39'h 40th be honored by any licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer for as
FICCPONo.2 36 52 POP TOPS 38 42 AMERICAN long as you own this car, provided that it is delivered to any
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TRIPPERS 35 55 EAGLES No.1 29 51 VP-49 12 ,1 annually for service with In 30 days of the Service Date indicated
NARJAX No.2 29 59 COMM STORE 29' 51 VP-24"A" 9 3 below. The charge for annual service is $13.75 payable at the
ADPERS 26 54 GSE 8 5 time of service and it covers the replacement of transmissionfluid

DENTAL .8 6 and all preventive adjustments.

CONTINENTAL LEAGUE NATIONAL 679th 6% 6%
FREE TOWING at no extra charge*ONE DA f SERVICE available Inmost
FINAL STANDINGS LEAGUE NDRC .6 6 cases a FREE 19 point Multi! Check* FINANCING available if
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SLOW PITCH VA-15 got into NATIONAL LEAGUE second half of intramural I ..,. ''' };
the thick of things last week, AIMD No.1 36-10 Members of the winning team i J .
playing three games to complete CPO 3O 4.17r& were Captain Branson Chaptia .....
their schedule. They met VA82on BOQ 29-19 Holderby, Lt. Sellars and CDA \..
Monday night and disposed of ADMIN"* 28 &-19rh Johnson. Next Friday at 0960 c,
them 14-9,A V-oRD put down VA- Dental 28-20 Supply will meet the first hall 'N
105 5.1 in the second game of the AIMD Staff 28-20 winners, VA-45 to decide t the '
night. Unbeaten VA-174 stopped Marines :,'' 28-20 station championship. -',:'''i1
VC-2 by a score of 12-2 ,on CLAW-1 i., 26-22 SLOW PITCH TRYOUT8: *'
Tuesday and VA-45 in a really hot GEMD .25-23 Personnel interested in trying out ", ,
streak beat VA-15 132. In their Comm. : 24-24 for the station slow pitch softball .'Iio'I'; I
third game, VA-15 hung on' to NWSED :' 20-28 team are requested to report to t .,.'.,..t".. "..;l""',.,. :I :"
outlast AV-ORD 5-3 in extra in AIMD No.3 13-35 the North field at 1700 on Friday, ) ; i'-. : : :
nings. VA-174 completed their Weapons 11.37 29 June. NAS Cecil Field. will ."..:, ..'. .:. r ': .
first half undefeated by downing TOP BOWLERSBob enter the 6ND slow pitch tourneyat ;r ,, 'J : i:" ',. .
V A-45 13-5, after being rained out. Anderson 178-178-202-558 Charleston which will be held d ,., \. ; t
FINAL STANDING-SLOW Irv Austin 193-166-187-546 23-27 July. .::.r.f :- ., ." t: .'; ;. .:" ; Allard Pritchard 174-183-184-54 ':. .. ,. .
VA-174 10-0
Marvin Taulbee 18720714754. NewsgramSkylab ,
Marines 8-2 ,
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VA-15 7-3 Clif Ball 184171184539Dave ,
AV-ORD 6-4 Falls 136-201.181.518 Crew ,.i .'x
VC-2 5-5 Frank Long 145-194-174-513
VA-105 5-5 Jim Harris 148-155-201-504 .
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VA-45 .", .r':,;lh 4-6 John Nagle 156-176-171-503 Sets RecordsThe ", '

NAMTD Medical :,.-"'.rf&HP&: ':. '.<. 4-6 3-7 Bill Dave Harden Conditt 209157.137503 175-168-158-501 completed all-Navy their crew record of breaking Skylab ., :! : .,a.jee .

VA-86 '':'s''..;.5 37VA'82 INTRAMURAL GOLF flight at 0650 P.D.T., 22 June t r : : 'J'i

.;, ..'r,r"il'. 0-10 Supply Department; bested VA- when they splashed down in the : ; .

.. ., Pacific ocean 830 miles southwest '? .
:i' e Mil ,. ,l
.... I,'. of San Diego in a near-perfect ; # rrh I ;" :
CHARLES < ", '::, ; .; ::. f : f'T'
landing. Captain ;. ,: : '
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Without Advertising You Wouldn't Know! commander Weitz"Pete", the Conrad Apollo, Commander Spaceship, the Skylab Paul pilot 1r ;: : ';'>'j 'j.. :ti, ( t

and Commander Joseph Kerwin, ,A
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the crew physician,brought their ;. ,'. I'.
spaceship down within six miles ,
of the prime recovery ship, USS I
TICONDEROGA (CVS-14)). They n; r
were hoisted by a crane aboard
the carrier 38 minutes after Independence Day is this Wednesday, 4 July, commemorating the
splashdown. formal adoption of the Declaration of Independence. Undoubtedly the
most common charcteristic of this national holiday is the tremendous
Lou Webber During the mission, the three display of fireworks put on by the community experts. Movie actress
Navy Astronauts flew 11.5 million Unda Harrison hardly considers herself an expert with gunpowder but'
miles,made 391 revolutions of the she certainly has some beautiful. fireworks, to display.
"YOUR' TIRE EXPERT" earth,and stayed aloft for 28 days
50 minutes, surpassing the old Transmitter dtes Message FasterThe
( 12 BIG SAVINGS space flight record of 23 days, 18
hours and 22 minutes set by the Military Affiliate Radio Special Services' facility which
Russian crew of Soyuz 11. System (MARS) station (a handles personal messages for
ON AUTO SERVICEBALL military families at no cost) has
just installed a new radio-
ENTIRE STOCK teletype transmitter, The
$20,000.00 unit was obtained by
BRAKE SHOCKS f REDUCED Special Services through! GSA as

JOINTS SHOES I I SAVE OVER 100.00 excess to other military needs.
... According to ATM Lewis, the
$ E95 5 PC BASSETT BEDROOM
Chief MARS operator, the unit is
$ $
Iqc9v 19Mosr UPLUS I e new, functioning properly and is
INST.I :. } 38400UP already handling the.majority of
I CARS CARS I messages being processed
TO.$50.00 SAVINGS through the station. His biggest

; TIRE WHEELTRUING DYNAMICWHEEL .,- r 2 PC SOFA SETS problem,he says,was getting the
1300 pound unit into the "radio

ALIGN fM4..4.x ;:z < ,..;,.. 179MANN'S 95 shack".
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I Swim Team Returns From Three Meets In Four Days- .


Jax The Navy Jax Swim in the 100-yard back Teammate
Team (NJST) started off a busy David Springer placed Pam Kangas swam to a third in the 100-yard fly with a time of Barbie and Chip Lagdon. r
week that jjaw them entered in the breast and fourth in place ribbon in the 100 IM. She 1:35.0: and a third place medal in
three meets when they traveledto freestyle. added a fifth place in the 25yardfly the 200 IM with a time of 3:02.0: Now it's back to the starting "
In
the 15-17 year-old and a sixth in the backstroke. blocks and, another week of
the Beaches Aquatic Club on age John also swam to a fifth placein
Thursday to participate in the bracket the Mason brothers Teammate Donna Jefferies the 100-yard backstroke, sixth practice for the NJST with the
second Florida Crown Novice swam to double victories with placed fourth in the 100 IM and place in the 100-yard breast and fine coaching staff led by Andy
Brian placing first in the sixth in the Scudder and assistant coach
free.
Meet of the sea&on. 100-yard 25-yard Jacqui seventh in the 100-yard! freestyle.Also .
The eight-and-under girls free and second in the breast Brennock in the meantime, Mike Freeman; Anyone Interested
started off this meet as Donna while Mark was placing first in swam to a first place in the 25- swimming in the two day in joining the swim team

Jeffries took a second place in the the back and fourth in freestyle. yard breast,second in the 100 IM, meet were Jennifer Fitzpatrick, may contact Pat Kangas at 264- _
Jacob Danner captured a first in fourth in the 25 yard fly and a Brian Mason,Jacob Danner and 6084 or Joan Glaraton at 368-8727.
25-yard back and a third in the 25
breast and a third in freestyle. fifth in the 25-yard backstroke.
Teammate. Pam
freestyle.
In the

the Kangas 25-yard captured fly.a...while third place Jacqui in free relay nine-and event the ten team boys of Tim 200 Eight-year-old Kevin Nickens .U deadly formula. :.

Mason, Glenn Shaeffer, Ricky swam to a third place in the 25-
first in the
Brennock placed 25-
Thomas and John Brennock yard fly, backstroke, breast and
yard freestyle and fly, Kerry swam to a third place victory. freestyle and also placed secondin j ..
Springer placed fifth in the nine the 100 IM. FiveyearoldJamie +
and 10-year-old 50-yard fly event. Randy Reese InvitationalThe Brennock placed fifth in ,..

The 11-12 year-old girls madean NJST followed up its the eight-and-under boys 100- lbJ

impressive showing with Florida Crown showing with a yard 1M.Saturday. .

Jennifer Fitzpatrick placing firstin fine showing at the Randy Reese 0 IItJ<. ::'. .
the 50-yard back and fifth in Invitational "B" Swim Meet on and Sunday again

the 50 breast. Teammate Lynn Friday and the "A" meet on found NJST members taking to

Hill took firsts in the 50 breast Saturday and Sunday. the ,water at the Randy Reese

and 50 fly Michele Springer In the Invitational "A" meet. SEE THE NEW 14'
placed second J in the 50 fly and 15-17 year-old boys

fifth in the 50 back. Also placingwere events in the B meet Brain Mason At this meet the Senior girls ROLLING HILLS C-16 TODAY'
placed third in the back
.100-yard
Adrian Glaraton ,with a swam a 400 medley .relay '
and fourth in the 100-yard fly, 100 ",;:: : :,.
third in backstroke and Lynn placing sixth with a time of 4:47.8 a f!i ka r
breast and
200 TM. Mark Mason
Shaefferwitha sixth in freestyle.The followed and a 200 free relay, placing '. behind with
closely a
eight-and-under girls 100- seventh with a time of 1:53.3.
fourth in the back
yard freestyle relay team that 100-yard 100 Swimming for the senior girls
freestyle and a fifth in the 100 fly r :1
was composed of Kristy were Kerry Fitzpatrick Patti ,,;
and 200 1M. Not to be
completely
Gutherie, Donna Jefferies, Pam Milewski, Patti Bergstrom and :
Kangas and Jacqui Brennock outdone, Time Mason brought Judy Milewski.In .1
home sixth ribbon In the
a place 1.
swam to a" first place victory
10 and under 100-IM.
boys
while the 11-12 year-old girls 200- the individual events Patti t .."

yard free relay found Jennifer In the 13-14 year-old girls Milewski captured a second place .:;

Fitzpatrick, Adrian Glaraton, events Becky McHenry placed medal in the 13-14 year-old girls

Lynn Hill and Michele Springeralso S second in the 100-yard back and 100-yard backstroke with a time

capturing a first place. breast events and third in the 100- of 1:08.7: and a third place medal

Not to be outdone by the girls, yard free. Cinda Arnold added a in the 200-yard freestyle with a t
the young men of the NJST also third in the 100-yard fly and sixthin 204.0: Patti also swam to a fourth 7726 LENOX AVE. (0,

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Five-year-old Jamie Brennock freestyle. TwelveyearoldMichele a fifth place in the 200 IM. 2 .

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first place in the 25-yard free place ribbon in the 50-yard The nine and ten year-old

and a second in the 25 fly. The freestyle. events found John._Brennock. K DA L. .:J
eight-year-old boys were led by In the eight-and-under girls, capturing a second place medal Li 1.- ..

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Jax Fliers Drop Three To Kelly Gulf .

I ; r \ BITS Jax The Jax Navy Fliers On Saturday the Fliers met the final game of the weekend

By Ron Howard Softball team saw their record Kelly Gulf in their home territoryand series.
I ___.. fall to 10 wins and 14 losses last picked up their only win of Kelly scored one run in the first
TilE READ CUP CHALLENGE Royal plaque was presented to weekend when they dropped the series and their fourteenthloss with the aid of a walk, a single
Jax-Once again the challengehas the Navy Jax Sail Club by LCdr. three out of four games to the of the season.In and two, sacrifices. They pickedup
\ been met and our counterparts Tim Lee, Royal Navy. Kelly Gulf team from the the first game at Drew Park, their second run in the second
t: from the United Following the presentationswas Jacksonville City League Tom Tenhagen pitched a four-hit inning with a double,a single and
Kingdom came "loaded for a favorite custom practicedby The first two encounters bet. shutout and led the Fliers to a 1-0 two sacrifices.
bear". In the two races held Rugby teams. It consisted of ween Jax Navy and Kelly Gulf victory. Terry Tucker was the This weekend the Fliers will
Saturday at the Sail Club, crews two teams emptying a tankard of took place on Friday at NAS and only man to cross the plate in the play two doubleheaders againstthe
I of the HMS Ark Royal massed beer either "down the hatch" or the result was two wins for Kelly game when he singled and later Mayport team.'The first one
87 points over the Navy Jax Sail on top of the head in relay. Cult,. scored on an error. will begin at 7 p.m. on Friday at
Club's 64 points. Before reaching Mayport the Kelly picked up runs in the The second game was also a the Mayport field and the secondone
Boat Commanders for the Ark Ark Royal teams had seen a first, second and fourth innings shutout, only this time it was Uje will find the Fliers at home
Royal were:' Lt. Bob Turner, great deal of sailing at various while Jax waited until the sixth Fliers who were held scoreless with gametime Saturday at 1
CPO Rick Pharoah and Lt. Tony ports of call that included inning to tally both of their runs. while Kelly went on to a 2-0 win in p.m. .
competition at Barcelona, Malta .. -- 'szrssz. wn L-i I
Mead. The NJSC was
Their two runs came when Jesse ___ _:-
represented by skippers CW03 Al and Gibraltar as well as intra- Balboa doubled, Terry Tucker -J I 1. F'
:.. Johnson, Lt. Ken Hespe and Lt. crew racing practice in soling singled and Cliff Murry singled. f fr
Kim Sniffen. class boats at the Fort Lauder- :
The late rally ended there,
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The first race was started in dale Yacht Club.I however, and the Fliers fell to L::: ''L

extremely light air, increasingonly can only add at this point that defeat.
slightly toward the finish the spirit of competition and the
line of the modified Gold Cup outstanding sportsmanship foundat The second game on Friday
course The second race began in events such as these are the also proved fruitless in the Fliers
somewhat better conditions but keynote to the understandingamong efforts to add to their win column
""t turned.into a white squall with 40 men, regardless of when they dropped a 6.1 decision.
I knot winds that developed before nationality. Kelly did all of its scoring in the
the first mark had been reached. A hearty "well done" to all second and third innings with
The first race ended in a first, those who made Saturday's event three runs in each. Kelly only had
second and fourth place for the the "smashing" success that it three hits in those two innings but
British. The Americans were put was. several errors by the Fliers
out of the running when the squall I Ia Iv provided them with their marginof
during the second race reduced victory. r ./MR
the U.S. team to one boat, the +
other two suffering a bent mast The Fliers only run came in the NAS SWIM MEET WINNERS VP-49's small but talented swim
and a capsize. The British also second inning when Cliff Murry team proudly exhibit the trophies they won for taking. top honors in the
suffered a capsize but were ableto singled,. advanced on Don recent NAS Intramural Swim Meet. From left to right: Ens. Mike
right the boat quickly enoughto a Ramsdale's single and scored on Lulu, Lt. Rip Jacobs, Lt. Rick Bauer, Lt. Dick Farwell and Lt. Jules ;

finish. Johnny Blackburn's single. Craynock.
The party following was typicalof '
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