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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 31 NO" 16 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida JULY 6, 1973I i i



I Navy Relief Campaign Reaches- Goal iMBHaBB !i Ir.YrA I



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S .SYi. ::. .Yr.':::: a..:::aS Y.'ra. tiyS.. .. }; N Jax-Navy Relief Society fund-raising officials were smiling Tuesday. .J
r. The campaign had at last hit the magic$50,060 mark.

,L Y Just a few weeks back that goal looked like it might be out of reach, but late ';

contributions-most notably from NAS Jacksonville, Attack Squadron 174, NAS :,

......... Cecil Field and Attack Squadrons 37,72,86 and 263-puUed the campaign to its. l

.. .., .,' .,- objective. i i
'I' Including donations from retired persons and other "friends of the Navy", .

Tuesday's report showed contributions of $51,657.66. : I
fJ A drive spokesman noted that perhaps another seven to eight hundred dollarswould
J come: from the concession profits at the NAS Jax Boat Regatta: J
", The spokesman also noted that not all commands had filed final reports. [
#, : A r Finally, he said, expenses incurred in conducting the drive-"Probably $500" !
would have to be deducted before the sum to be turned over to Navy Relief could

be determined. '
Honors for top contributor percentage-wise were taken by the Naval Air
Rework Facility which donated 224683. Their objective was$150.
Only four units of the 64 other participating units hit 200 or more percent of
.their;goals. They are the staff Commander Training Wing 8 of NAS Glynco, with
A 240 percent; the Navy Reserve Training Center, St. Petersburg, with '227 per-
cent; the Navy Reserve Training Center Gainesville, and the Marine Barracks,
NAS Jax, which both achieved 200 percent.
Thirty-nine other commands meet or bettered their objective:.They are:
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NAY Y ss'' sRP)9 } Marine Corps Recruiting Station, Jacksonville, 182 percent; Naval Air
Reserve Unit, Jacksonville, 180 percent; the Sea Bees Construction Battalion
Unit 410, .NAS Jacksonville, 174 percent the.'staff, .Commander. Attack Carrier :
L i'- ? % Air Wing Reserve 20(), '160 -percent. ::. ,". '\1 1NAS

.j.\; : ,Jacksonville: ,' 158. percent; Navy Fuel Depot, Jacksonville, 140 percent; \ .
r f L1t.A\ the staff, Commander Light Attack'Wing'One; NAS Cecil.Field;::136 percent; S ;'
Patrol Squadron 5, 128 percent; the Hurricane Hunters of Airborne Early,. E

fti Warning Squadron 4, 126 percent. :-';:: ':
Attack Squadron 81,123 percent; the staff, Commander Carrier Air Wing 6,119 .
percent; the staff Commander Carrier Air Wing 3, 115 percent; Attack Squadron
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f' 87 and Marine Barracks Cecil Field, 114 percent each.
rSS staff Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and NFO 111 each
'The percent
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: NAS Glynco, 110 percent; Fleet Air Intelligence Support Center, NAS Cecil Field,

}' ;. ... 108 percent; Naval Air Technical Training Center, NAS. Glynco and Marine .
Aviation Support Training Group, NAS Glynco, 106 percent each.
NAS Glynco, 105 percent; Disease Vector Ecology Control Center and,Naval
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rrr::W.1: : }ti'ti: :: Air Maintenance Training Detachment NAS Jacksonville, .102 percent each; i

Navy Reserve Office Training Corps Unit, Florida A&M, Attack Squadron 82, t
Patrol Squadron 16 and Patrol Squadron 62, 101 percent each. i

0 Allotments Scuttled ;
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Rod Pinney Retires Today

i 'But Not Their Intention

Jax-Roderick D. Pinney, Executive Assistant in the Office of the NAS Jax Commanding Officer ,
Jax-Enlisted personnel in pay Finance Centers. and Executive Officer,will retire this morning after 32 years of government service.It ,I
grades E-1 through E-4 (under 4) Members who desire to con- won't be an ordinary retirement ceremony, however. Florida Governor Reubin Askew will be on
no longer are required to have tinue supporting their dependentsby hand as part of his tour of the Air Station.
."Q" allotments in order to be allotment may do so by During Pinney's employment herehe has received three Quality Salary Increases for performance
entitled to Basic Allowance for authorizing "D" allotments, (NC exceeding normal job requirements and 18 adjective Outstanding-Excellent Performance Ratings.In .
Quarters (BAQ). Form 3053) (NAVMC 10685)) but addition he has received five Superior Accomplishment Awards for sustained superior per .,
As a result the Assistant the first deduction this month formance as well as seven Letters of Commendation or Appreciation.'i
Secretary of Defense (Comptroller must reach the Navy Finance These Letters include one from the Secretary of the Navy last year appointing Pinney as a )
) has.directed that all "Q". Center not later than July 20. Department of the Navy Appeals and Grievance Examiner and three from COMFAIRJAX Treasurer '
I allotments be stopped, with the Class "D" allotments will be of the Navy-Duval_Steering Committee for the Combined Federal Campaign. '1.//
last June deduction. registered on a priority basis for As Executive Officer to the Commanding Officer,Pinney provided advice,consultation and service: '
BAQ rates and entitlement are every member who so requestsand aid the CO in all aspects of management control for the air station. !I'I'to
not affected' by this action. extra emphasis will be He also had authorization to speak for the CO in his daily contacts with various department i j .
All "Q" allotments will be placed on accurate preparationof management and operating officials, other! high ranking Government officials, Government and f
automatically stopped with the the forms in order to minimizethe civilian committees and the press. :.
month of last deduction by the chance of errors leading to Pinney has also,been an active member of the Jax Navy Federal Credit Union serving six years, '
.Navy Finance Center, Cleveland, severe financial hardship for (three as president) on the Credit Union Board of Directors. tI t
:and the Marine Corps Finance -
dependents .
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Center without submission of ::*mm.v.w.W:::'' :: ::**, :&3>> )$ .
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allotment stoppages by Personnel are cautioned that t::; <>> >> w. : :: : '' .o.w.-
officers.Retroactive even though an allotment is no
disbursing
"Q" allotments longer mandatory, refusal to Thanks For Helping Navy Relief! t.
previously submitted with the support dependents by allotmentor
first deduction this month or later otherwise will result in ter
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DINNER Oyster Stew, Sea Food Brown Gravy French Fried Potatoes _
Platter or Fried Shrimp, Flounderand Chilled Applesauce Seasoned Green Sunday,July 8 plesauce Cake Raisin Cookies. Divine Worship 8:30: a.m.
Scallops or Chili Con Came, Beans, Buttered Corn, Salad Bar, BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits Wednesday July 11 at All Saints Chapel.
Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried to BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Fried
Eggs
Steamed Rice Hot Spiced Beets Easy Chocolate Cake, Hermits. Church School 9:30: a.m.
Buttered Peas. Salad Bar, Chrwnlate Saturday,July 7 Order, Grilled French Toast w.Maple Eggs to Order Grilled Hot Cakes w. Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
Syrup, Choice of Grilled Ham or Pork Maple Syrup Choice of Ham or
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Sausage Links, Hashed Brown Bacon, Hashed Brown Potatoes Fellowship
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lAX AIR NEWS I It a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Lemon Meringue Pie Butterscotch Dressing, Cranberry Sauce French at the Small Chapel.

distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air' Station. Pudding. Fried Cauliflower, Buttered Mixed Tuesday
SUPPER: Baked Virginia Ham, Vegetables, Salad Bar Angel Food 7
Jacktonvllle. Florida Rehearsal
by the Holt' Senior Choir
Publishing Company, a Pineapple & Raisin Sauce, Whipped Cake, Sugar Cookies.
and
private firm. All Copy submitted/or use 'In the JAX AIR NEWS Potatoes, Candied Sweet Potatoes, SANDWICH LINE Chili Dogs, p.m. at Bldg. Service 750 I
Science
mutt be forwarded to the Public Affairs' Office. Box 2. NAS Buttered Carrot Pennies Seasoned Grilled Ham & Cheese, French Fried Christian the Small Chapel
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Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. Brvssel Sprouts, Salad Bar Lemon Potatoes, Dessert Bar. p.m.
Newt'items are welcomed' from all.01.4 reel. Telephone 772-3118 Meringue, Pie Butterscotch Pudding.. SUPPER: Chili Con Carne or Beef NAVAL HOSPITAL
MondayJulyBREAKFAST 9 Porcupines
Steamed Rice, Brown
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9:30 a.m.
Divine Worship
: Cooked Farina Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,
"Everything advertised 'In this publication mutt be made Chilled Apple Juice, Fried Eggs to Southern Style Greens Buttered at St. Lukes.
Order, Choice of Ham or Bacon, Squash Salad Bar, Angel Food Cake,
available
for purchase, HATTCProtestant
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race creed color national origin' or tex of the purchater DINNER: Knickerbocker Soup, Thursday,July 12 10:30'a.m.. .in
user or patron. A confirmed violation' or rejection of this' Roast Veal, Tomato Gravy, Spanish BREAKFAST: Hot Oatmeal', =: Service Building,500.
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result 'In the Rice Polonaise Cauliflower, Buttered Chilled Orange Juice, Fried Eggs to
rifusal to print' advertising' from that source." June, Peas Raisin, Salad Cookies.Bar, ApplesauceCake Order Cheese Omelet,Choice of Crisp CATHOLICSaturday
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Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Hamburger SANDWICH Buns LINE,: Sloppy Joes on Baked Pork & Beans, Yankee Style = St. Edward's 'Chapti.'
concerning' such should be directed to: French Fried Potatoes Frankfurters Dessert Corn Bread, Pastry Bar. E Sunday Mass ..m. and 11
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Topping, Buttered Egg Noodles, Pizza Pie. Garlic Bread Wednesday .
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n Your N Exchange,; In JulyJax

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July is a big month for your feeling of leisure, A good delicious sandwiches and cold i
the water sports enthusiasts. selection of titles, fiction and non- salads.The Deli Shop offers a line
:; Whether your preference is fiction,are yours for the choosingat of meats, cheeses, cole slaw,
fishing, water skiing or spendinga the Exchange book stand. potato salad, etc- that are just
relaxing day on a boat, the The Navy Exchange August right for the perfect picnic.
Navy Exchange can add'to your White Sale will begin July 25. Labels on garments indicatinghow i :
fun.Fishing You'll find attractive patternsand to care for them are now ;;
rods, reels, tackle, bold colors in sheets, pillow required by law. These Instructions $
water .skiisl life preservers and cases, towels and other household should be read and
scuba diving gear are waiting for linens for your bedroom, kitchenor followed carefully. Most gar-
you at the Sporting Goods bathroom.The ments labeled washable can be
Department kids think the Navy Exchange safely drycleaned and will last r'p
Boating driving, camping, is rushing things a bit, but longer and look better. When in 1'4
picnicking and sun bathing offer parents love it..the displays of doubt, check with the Exchange .. ,' ; i
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great picture possibilities. Is back-to-school clothing and Laundry-Drycleaning Depart :

your camera ready to take its supplies, that is. The Exchange is ment. "
"best shot?" Perhaps you're now featuring back-to-school :
looking for a new shutter-box?? values in clothing, notebooks, The Navy Exchange is ."
The Navy Exchange is the placeto pens, pencils, briefcases and' a responsible for the operation of <
shop for all your camera host of other school-time items. all vending machines serving the ka+r''t: r
needs. Early shoppers will get the' best military population here and
July is hot and humid and you deals, so don't wait too long. wants to provide the best services
can find some "hot" bargains at Services possible.You ,
the Exchange sidewalk sales. Summer driving can be enjoyable
These unadvertised specials and trouble-free if you can help the Exchange do j41i
don't last long,so be sure to visit have your car checked regularly.For this by submitting any ;
the Exchange whenever you're in "travel comfort insurance", suggestions or ideas for improving >;
the area. the Navy Exchange Automotive vending services .: tH'" "" ,. .
Look for the specially marked Center has a large selection of suggestions for a new or different #; i: *
clearance tables when the sales cool cushions, jacks, gasolinecans type of service, a different .

aren't conducted outdoors. and'mirrors.. variety of products, or information i. ",- ..,,--- ." 'I y", ,........,. ', "
You'll want to feel and look Hot weather bothering you? on locations where, '\JIr,. y"'t'
your best this summer. The family deserves some fun vending services are needed but 'j, .,.
Numerous health and beauty aids today. How about cooling off at a are not being provided.The .

such as suntan lotions, summer picnic or a backyard get- MEETING A MILESTONE-Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax
cosmetics and many other itemsat together. Exchange wants your CO, is briefed on AIMD's new ATS 5500 automatic test equipment.
the Navy Exchange Self- Stop by the Navy ExchangeDeli complaints, too-and they'll do new equipment is anticipated to decrease turn-around time and increase
service Center will help you. look Shop and pick up some their best correct the causes: availability of avionics components resulting in enhanced

and feel tip-top all summer long. ASW.fleet,readiness and reduced maintenance costs. AIMD will now
Paperbound, pocket-sized Blood Donor Day SetJax start a',one year evaluation period to determine whether the system
books are ideal summer 'com should be expanded to include other P-3 sites.
Whether you're flying,
panions. The Jacksonville Blood the scheduled reporting time.A .
taking the train, or sitting in the
backyard, a good book can add to Ward Bank's A mobile at the NAS unit Dispensary will be in years volunteer of age:unmarried who is ,under and who 18 : 1: ::1:l:f1tM; ;. m mf;; ; ;; ;;;;1;;;; :;;;:W: 1 1mWH;

(Bldg. 8)) beginning at 8:15 a.m. does not have written permissionfrom 111 il
Wednesday July 11 to accept his parents will not be
JIM TRICE donations to the Navy-Civil allowed to donate.

Service Blood,Account. Also, employees. with a historyof 1111 HONDAOF III
a All civilian employees are hepatitis, malaria, diabetesor .
eligible,to draw from this accountfor low blood pressure, as well as :.:....:. ....
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June 1973 for FOUR
HM2 Sheffield was reenlisted on 19 years by Dr.
Department was recently reenlisted for FIVE years by Captain R.L.
in June
Wickham. HM2 Sheffield entered the Navy 1963 and is
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SDl Rosito M. Mojica of the"Sun liners"of Attack Squadron Eighty. Virginia, and their three children
One celebrated his fourteenth year in the Navy by reenlisting for reside at ATRS 4148 aboard NAS
FOUR more years. Performing the ceremonies was CDR Ken Cecil Field.
Dickerson CO of the "Anytime .Anyplace" squadron. .r
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men whose wives die or become .
( 100 percent disabled as a result -
your //l/1l@JIllilI@lP@JJ/Iii of military service now ASE3 Charles L. McPhearson of AMD was recently reenlisted for

can provide additional funds share equal rights with wives TWO more years. Present for the ceremonies were his wife Nancy and

and widows of male veterans daughter Lisa.
Domestic Finance is set to make sure
up your
tinder the GI Bill.

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,Every mid is a pleasure in a guarantied used car. EQUALIZER HITCHES aboard the USS JOHN F.
Choose onset these Kctllint bargains today. 1 KENNEDY. Attack Squadron

73 CORONA 4 dr.Sedan,AC,AT $3295 Seventy-Two's CommandingOfficer
73 PINTO SUNROOF Red-White, Warranty $2795 CDR John F. Donahue,
72 CHEVY NOVA 10,000 miles still under warranty tv

71 COROLLA COUPE AT, R&H $1995 '
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71 DA TSON Pickup,Truck': $1495
71 MUSTANG MACH I $1995.
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71 DODGE COLT2 dr. HT, R&H,speed $1595 CA1410Ui1AGEI
71 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 cyl,Auto, R&H $1995 We Can Fit Any Make Auto or Truck!
71 TOYOTA CELICA ST.speed, R&H $2295 Light Hook-up
70 MAVERICK 2dr., Sed AT, R&H $1395
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69 VW STATION WAGON AT, AC, Nice $1495 JacksonvilleUHAUL

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CIVILIAN MENU ;- ')1: -lJ

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-'CAAC'By located i' Bldg. 2 on the Cottage Cheese, Tuna Salad, ...i s
rr southeast corner of Yorktownand Cucumber Mix, Deviled Eggs. ,"f
+ Ranger. All military and Buttered Coconut Pie, r
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CWO-2 Rodger M.Leasure civilian; personnel and their: Strawberry Short Cake, Apple .).;
Jax-Effective July 1, the name guests are, invited to use the Pie, Assorted Puddings. !I
"CARE CENTER"was officially
facility. Wednesday 11
dropped by the, Navy. But the Breakfast is served from 6-8 Vegetable Soup, Broiled Pork '\ .

organization-perhaps the a.m. and lunch is served from 11 Chops with Apples, Macaroni and '; ,:
proudest in the Navy today-still a.m. to 1 p.m. Meat Sauce, Chicken Ala King
remains., This week's menu is as follows: with Rice, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, '\ "
In deference to the worldwide l\'onday.July9 Fish. ;

organization known as "CARE i Cream' of Tomato Soup, Rice with Gravy, 'Mashed '
Incorporated", the Navy agreedto l # Spaghetti and Meat Sauce, Beef Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes, I :"
change the ,name of its ,,1 i j & Brisket with Cabbage, Franks Green Lima Beans, Okra and, J
Counseling and Rehabilitation ,
with Potato Salad, 7 oz. Chopped Tomatoes, Spinach.
Centers to "Counseling and Sirloin, Fish and Hushpuppies.Rice Butterscotch Pie, Apple Pie,
Assistance Centers' (CAAC)". "BATMAN" PROMOTED-,Ltg(( ) Jim. Holland receives anew set with Gravy, Mashed German Chocolate Cake, .
But, as they say on TV, "only of shoulder boards from his wife, Sandy and Cdr. Edward Doherty, Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes, Assorted Puddings.
the name has changed."Building Commanding Officer of.the. VP-24 "Batmen",after being promoted to Corn, Peas, Beets.Combination 'J'hundayJuJy 12
451'still houses the same 12 Navy his present rank: Salad, Tossed Bean Soup, Baked Meat Loaf
men and women dedicated to Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit with Creole Sauce, Barbeque ,
helping people help themselves.For .. .. ,.. Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Pork on Buns, Liver with
1.ti'1::::&A::<*":':':<< ". ::::: ::::::.::::::..-:< the sake of brevity, the Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Lyonnaise Potatoes, 7 oz.
.staff members will answer phone Cottage, Cheese, Tuna Salad, Chopped Sirloin, Fish.
calls,with the words "Counseling TRAFFIC VIOLATIONSJaxThe Waldorf Salad, Sliced Tomato Rice, with Gravy, Mashed
Center". For recognition sake, Salad. Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes,
,the most popular pronunciationof I Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple Mustard Greens, Great Northern I
the acronym CAAC rhymes Pie, Banana Cake, Assorted Beans, Baked Egg Plant.
with TACK. fallowing is a reportof before their Commanding Of- Puddings. Egg Custard, Apple Pie, Red
All personnel concerned are motor vehicle accidents and .ficers Disposition of the cases Tuesday,July 10 Velvet Cake, Assorted Puddings.
urged,to make the name change traffic violations for the period of included the following: Minestrone Soup, Fried Friday July 13
,in any pertinent directives or June 1824. Three lost driving and parking Chicken, Chill Con Carne with Turkey Gumbo, Fish Almon- I
correspondence they may hold. ,Number of Accidents: privileges aboard the station for Kidney Beans, Roast Fresh Mam dine,Stuffed Peppers with Creole
Now that we've 'establishedwho This Period 7 various periods; five were with Dressing, 7 oz. Chopped Sauce, Vegetable Beef Stew with
we are,we'd like to take this This Period a year ago 5 assigned to complete an eight- Sirloin, Fish. Rice, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin.
opportunity to invite all hands- Total Accidents this year 227 hour course In remedial driving; Rice with Gravy; Mashed Rice with Gravy, Mashed
and their dependents 17 years of Total number of.days since last three were assigned to MDDC; Potatoes,French Fried Potatoes, Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes,
age or over-to the first CAAC. injury in a motor vehicle, accident two received suspensions; Turnip Greens, Blackeyed Peas, Buttered Broccoli, Macaroni and
Workshop.The 11 twenty-seven were given war- Squash. Cheese, Stewed Tomatoes.
five-day Workshop will Number of Violations nings; four were dismissed; nine Combination Salad, Tossed Combination Salad, Tossed
begin on Monday, July 9, at 9 This Period 31 were fined (U.S. Magistrate); Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
a.m. The first four days' activities Speeding 8 and none were referred to Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Cup Plain Jello, Fruit Jello.
will run,from 9 a.m. to 8 Reckless driving 0 commanding officer for possible -'-:" -- -- .:... j jJf'jI
p.m:with early,secure on Friday. Going through stop sign 8 disciplinary action.: jt I
The,uniform for the first four 'Other Violations 15Fortysix 'Forty-one: drlyers were t

attire.days: is comfortable civilian: appeared. assesse4, 117 traffic points. Big.,Chief Say: 1.i '

The )Workshop's reputation is, : FREE FRONT Jf'
by now,well-known.on the station --
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community. to
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Workshop ever--for reasons
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children's depart- What's worth?, I .
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A note to.all,you youngsters in : : Week ."1.113
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',' W.A.DavisExecutive management relations." pertise in fulfilling the :\ ;
Director A labor organization, by obligations of our agreement.The .
NAGE Local RS-82 definition, means a lawful next three months will LT&j1
.Jax-Presidential Executive. organization in which employees encompass a complete
Order 11491, as amended, notes participate, and which exists for reorganization of the Local, rI
"The well being of employees and the purpose of dealing with the directed toward more effective
efficient administration of the employer concerning, personnel representation.Your .
Government are benefited by policies and practices or other union can only be effective -
providing employees an opportunity matters affecting the working when representativesbecome
to participate in the conditions of their employees.The knowledgeable in labor-
formulation and implementationof National Association of management relations. Toward
personnel policies and practices Government Employees was this end, a Labor Management -J1 :i
affecting the conditions of chosen by the unit employees as Relations Training Seminar will .
their employment" and, further, their exclusive representative.NAGE begin the third Monday in Sep- \
"Each employee of the executive Local R5-82 has tember (enrollment will be : ;-7
branch of the Federal govern- negotiated agreements with the limited to members in good
ment has the right, freely and Naval Air Rework Facility and, standing as of Aug. 31, 1973)).
without fear of penalty or just recently, with the Navy Your membership and par-
reprisal,to form,join,and assist a Exchange. ticipation in your labor
labor organization, or to refrain NAGE Local R5-62 exists for organization is an absolute
from such activity, and each the purpose of improving the necessity to accomplish our
employee shall be protected in working conditions of Navy common goal. Now is the ideal
the exercise of this right." Exchange and NARF employees, tame to become a member, get in
The Congress has charged all commensurate with improve1' on the ground floor, or if you are
labor,organizations to "adhere to service to Navy Exchange- already a member, an Ideal'
the highest standards of ployees and improved service to opportunity to increase your
responsibility and ethical con- the Fleet. active participation in the
duct in administering the affairs Our objective will be to acquirethe management of the affairs of theLocal.
of their organizations, par- best representatives -
ticularly as they effect labor- available and develop their ex-'

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1.Nominations for new officials developed this week, this eligible young lady reminded her friends to
;:; SR m will I be; made July 23. know the safety precautions for protecting themselves and their
AmericanMotors 2. The election will be August property agains hurricanes. Some things may look nice uncovered, t
27. but they're not safe in that condition.Batmen' ;
3. By-law amendments will be r '1
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;; "Tho. Guaranteed Can Every member of the Local is Aid BandmenJax i

S eligible to vote, hold an office, or
::::::: AMX Javelin Ambassador- Matador ::::::: accept an appointment in
;"1''' HORNET GREMLIN m 1 managing the affairs of the '
>>x IIcwcM' Local In a joint effort with.the Following the race, the i
::::::: 737-3400 D. HOMIK:'DOSSAHHOY :::::=: Your Jacksonville Naval Recruiting "Batmen" flew the band to i
8&::::: PRESIDENT :::::=: attend are cordially invited to Office, VP-24 furnished air Jacksonville where bus tran-
regular at
any
l meeting transportation for the Chief of sportation waited to take them to
i''" 5 PHILLIP HIGH t" 4220 Blanding at 7:30 p.m. on the
; SOUTHSI E I AMERICAN Naval Air Training Band from the University of Florida at
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:==:: JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA ::::::: fourth Monday of each month,
Pensacola to Gainesville Fourth of
membership notwithstanding, to Daytona for the for a July

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Fourth of July. Yesterday the Bat Squadron !
The band played during the returned the band to Pensacola
festivities at the racetrack to help after an admirable job of pooling
promote Naval Recruiting in efforts to represent the Navy on
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it is 100 per cent nonsensefor his case.
NOTE The follow- can
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( professional airman in the No Greek, no Jew, and no .
a Gentile
ing article by Maj. G. R. King appeared -
r recently in a letter to the Air Force to attempt to follow ever designed enough rags or
Americans can grew enough hair to
Black
\ such fads. cover
I editor section of the Hahn AB, any of
base ) let their hair grow to the ground, his failures. Hair alone cannot be
Germany, newspaper.
heads till passed on for
Now all you white brothers they can shave their "racial pride.

tVI reading this newspaper can move they outshine cue balls, they can Black airmen in the Air Force

even straighten or tease or face a grueling challenge of
crossword survival
on to other action; like
crocinole or curl or process their and advancement
puzzles, playboy magazines, or against
the
most powerful forces
in
the sports pages. I want to rap hair. the
buy wigs until their world. These forces are
with my black brothers espe They can arrayed
money runs out and they can ,against us now, some openly andsome
cially, at this time.If .
and wear a beard one-half, onefourthor secretly. So we need to get
what I
AT THE NARF HELM. Capt. Charles E. Boeing (Left) takes say angers you one-eighth inch in length but down to the nitty-gritty. No
nonsense
then be it.
the helm at NARF as Capt. Andrew J. Yates, outgoing NARF skipper, gets you up-tight, so for there isn't going to be any meaningful br bull get about the
The time has come especially
renders a final salute. Capt. Boeing reported here from duty as "black pride." For lasting business of manning the
black airmen to ramparts
Director of the Engineering Division at Naval Air Systems Command you young stop for
and influencing black pride more equality in a democratic
fooling
Headquarters in Washington, D.C. Capt. Yates has ended a 31-year fooling yourselves. Stop personnel must society.A .
that following black military
into
believing
yourselves
Navy career and will live in the
Keystone Heights
area. lot of
sheepish "fads" is "black make solid achievement in com- young black airmen

solidarity." It is time to stop swal petition with the white military think they are snowing the white

NESEP ApplicationsNow lowing this malarkey or shall we majority. Here on the rock we man. They are going through the

call it "bull," that freedom is need some "brain power." Have Air Force without taking advantage

found in expressing yourself by you visited your education office of their academic oppor.

Being Accepted the styling of your hair and the and discovered what is there for tunities. They are just drinking

I that will help to emergeas wine, and running the
wearing of a beard. Dig it, now you you "ham-

Applications are now OPNAVNOTE 1530 of April 9, the fad is to have from 20 to 40 a first class professional air- mere." These young blacks are

I being accepted from qualified 1973 describes the current nappy plaits lined on your head man, and eventually a profes- snowing themselves, sometimes

enlisted personnel who desire to eligibility requirements, testing with your scalp skin showing. sional civilian that can generate destroying themselves. (That's

enter a Navy Enlisted Scientific and application cutoff dates. That is the condensation of'racial wealth and occupy high policy- what some of the rednecks want

Education Program (NESEP) The revised application pride" and black heritage? making positions in our society? you to do.) That's "Uncle Tom-

host university in the Fall of 1974. procedures will be reflected in a Recently, "Ebony" magazinehad Man, that's where it is, get it and ming."

Applications for this highly forthcoming change to the a feature article called"Is the that's "black solidarity." No one group in the world today

competitive program, which BUPERSMAN.In Afro'On the Way Out?" It suggested has so much power and pride of

leads to a commission in the a related that the college students in ancestry as to be able to assert
development, on
Regular Navy, should be July 1 NESEP America didn't find enough itself as a superior to all others.
management
in accordance with
prepared responsibility shifted from the "black pride" in the old Afro; so This young black generation

BUPERSMAN 1020350 and Chief of Naval Operations to the the young blacks have now resorted should be prepared for and demand
submitted to reach the Chief of
Chief of Naval Training (Code N- to the ancient African political, legal and
Naval Personnel
(PERS-483)) not
132). Concurrently, the Chief of hair-styles such as the "tree cornrow economic equality this will revolutionize
later than 1 1973.
Current Sept. Naval Personnel will assume the ." This is a model that looks the world our American

applications like he got his head caught in a society and our institution,
previously received by the CNO functions of application solic
corn-shucker. don't including the Air Force.
They even Are
(OP-993D112)) will be forwardedto itation and processing, and the you
wear their hair like this in Africa ready forthe revolution Bro.?????
the Chief of Naval Personnelfor designation of provisional
consideration. selectees for the program. today. Let's face it, we don't have
This is to put it as decently as I enough firepower to take the
J
country, we don't have enough

manpower to dominate the world,

we don't have enough dollar-

power to buy it, so we will fall

short of all these powers until we

develop a lot more brainpower ,

(Remember Shaft) in today's
Nothing is more nauseatingthan
world, the thing is
to see a black dude sitting greenpower.

around crying. He never reads a Brainpower is the one power that
we can develop rapidly, with zeal,
newspaper, or a magazine, or a
with effort and with time.Let's .
book(especially on black history).
get our stuff together:
He won't hold on to a decent jobdoesn't
and Prepare the mind and let's say"to
Sr come to work on time
hell"
with this nonsense about
will not even attempt to help
the hair and beard being the in-
some newly assigned brother get
thing concerning "black solidarity
INDOOR squared away. He is loud! and all -
'. he talks about is his "rags"or his Education is where it is,
think it through and school it. Doa
fro his beard
or his hair and ho
r "the man" is on his back and i you have the guts??????? or do
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.., I', Discussed By CNO Champus r..

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Jax-Following is a message shorten sea duty tours for about
( received from the CNO this 6,500 people. Delays !i-:,

week: "In order to phase down from a
j "A substantial step was taken 6 year maximum tour length for CHAMPUS beneficiaries can
toward reduced sea tours when these individuals in an, orderly help prevent delays in claims '
the six year sea tour was manner, those already on sea payment by not withholding receipts -
established..The stated goal of tours in excess of 5 years will be and itemized statements
providing opportunity for sea- the first to receive orders ashore. until the end of the fiscal year.
shore rotation on the basis of "We will begin to rephase now Officials of the Civilian Health ,;
three year sea-three year shore on the basis of a five year and Medical Program of the Uni :,
I tours is reaffirmed. maximum sea tour length with I formed Services are encouraging ':
"Upon implementation of the full beneficiaries to submit their ) '
',,; implementation anticipatedby JOWC SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS Mrs. C. Paul Johnson (Left), I
claims for of authorized
six sea tour, we establishedour 1 1974."Special payment ?'
July
year l
head of the JOWC Scholarship Committee, presents $1,000 checks to
next interim of five outpatient medical care bills to ..
goal a procedures for Improvement the Club's 1973 scholarship winners. Ready to head for college with a their state fiscal administrators l t.
five year sea tour. By setting the hard in rotation opportunity helping hand from JOWC are (L-R): Cheryl Siverly, ,David Teich on a regular basis after the an-
year maximum sea tour for nuclear trained mann and Susan Beatty.JOWC. nual deductible has been ..
target, special attention was
personnel were recently an-
to bear those with the satisfied. t t 1
brought on nounced by the Chief of Naval ScholarshipsTo .
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longer sea tours. Personnel to be implemented The annual outpatient deductible -
"As a result, we have been the next two requirement is$50 in charges |'
over
years on a oJ
successful in our campaign for phased basis. Assist Students for one beneficiary and not to ex-, j I '
new shore billets. ceed $100 per family for two or j :
"This fact coupled with "The only exceptions to this Jax-The Jacksonville Officers' Hawaii; more beneficiaries who use the j

decreasing tempo of operations, policy are those serving on Wives Club (JOWC) Scholarship Cheryl Siverly, daughter of program.
anticipated availability of per overseas toured duty whose Committee, headed by Mrs. C. Cdr. and Mrs. Paul L. Siverly. .. i
sonnel from deactivated units PRD's exceed their published sea After; the deductible require-
Paul Johnson, has awarded four Cheryl is a graduate of Escambia
and better personnel tour and those desiring to remainon ment is met CHAMPUS pays for
man- $1,000 scholarships for this year. High School in Pensacola. I.
through centralized duty in accordance with 80 per cent of the authorized out .
nagement sea Students selected to receive the The JOWC awards scholar- '
detailing, allows us now to (NAVOP Z-ll)." scholarships.are: ships annually to sons and patient care for dependents of active /

proceed with implementing a Signed: E.R. Zumwalt, Jr., William Meyers, III, son of daughters of regular or, retired duty personnel and for 75 per I
maximum five year sea tour. Admiral, U.S. Navy, Chief of retired Marine Corps Capt. and Navy or Marine Corps officers. cent of the charges for retired personnel t
"This policy decision will Naval Operations. Mrs. William Meyers, and a These scholarships may be usedto their authorized depen- i
dents and for survivors of active :
graduate of Bolles School; supplement other forms of dutyorretired uniformed services
Susan Beatty, daughter of assistance and are contingent on .
Have Future personnel.The
Corpsman retired Navy CWO and Mrs. the student maintaining ,his or
Quanor C. Beatty. Susan her scholastic standing. deductible must be met

graduated from Forrest High Applications for 1974 each fiscal year(from July 1-June
In Civilian Heath JobsIf School; scholarships may be obtained by 30)but CHAMPUS officials noted
David L. Teichmann, son of writing to the Bureau of Naval that holding claims until the end
LtCol. and Mrs. David A. Teich Personnel Dependents of the fiscal year and then submit-
you've been a medic or a third largest employer in the na
and of Scholarship Program ting them in quantity will cause
corpsman or you've had experience tion. By 1975, it is expected to be mann, a graduate
Punahou School in Honolulu, Washington, D.C. considerable delay in payments.Buying .
in other there
medical technologyareas number one., Today, are
while on active duty, you over 200 identified health occu-
are valuable to a field where the pations. Some of those jobs may I
manpower need has never been be easily attained without extensive -I :"
greater. There is a government- ,. study" others will require .
supported 'program to help you additional training.To :
find a place in the health field. be eligible for MEDIHC a nEW ? "
a car
Military Experience Directed serviceman must: ; ::
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Into Health Careers(MEDIHC)is decide to separate from the '

a cooperative program of the Department service; ,1
of Defense and the Department be within 90 days of the end .
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of Health, Education, of his service tour; and ; ;:

and Welfare, designed to help be interested in pursuing a
military men and women trainedin career in a health field.: 1ij:;;', :; ; ; : ; :'

healthcare capitalize on those ;I'i I\ '
skills when they return to civilian ':

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Jax-Personnel assigned to the Jacksonville Naval Air Station and many visitors are aware of the
presence of a large white>dome (commonly referred to as a Paul Bunyan golf ball) near the center of
the Air Station.The dome or radome as it is technically referred to,contains a complex and intricateair
defense radar system.
The squadron is commanded by Major Kenneth P. Tevebaugh and has approximately 85 officers 1t
and men,plus three civilians.The responsibilities of this unit are to provide air defense warning of an Y Z
attack by enemy aircraft.The 679th has been aboard NAS Jacksonville since the summer of 1957 and
became an operational squadron in February 1959. > ,., r ,grrrrrrr+r ,
The Aerospace Defense Command fs the major air command in the continental United States and u rr rf r'A 'apa w xm
has under its control radar squadrons throughout the U.S.
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The Aerospace Defense Command is the United States component in the North American Air etas rss r
Defense Command which is a joint U.S.and Canadian Defense Force.
Radar coverage information from the 679th Radar Squadron is sent through an automatic data 4 .!s.
processing network to a large Air Defense Computerized Control Center at 20th Air Division, Fort AF
Lee,Va.At Fort Leeall radar information from radar squadrons for the southeastern United Statesis
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analyzed and if enemy aircraft are indicated, surface-to-air missles or supersonic jet fighter f ? d *
aircraft would be committed to the attack within seconds from various locations throughout the :
southeast. ;; ;: :
This highly sophisticated Air Defense System is known as Semi-Automatic Ground Environment K ,
(SAGE).
The 679th also has a large Ground Air Transmitter Receiver (GATR) facility at Fleming Island,
just south of Orange Park. GATR provides radio and data link information for the control of Air +
Force air defense weapons systems.The .
Squadron has daily operational commitments to the Navy to supply radar information to the -
Radar Air Traffic Control Center for control of local Navy flights. In event of an enemy attack, all i.R
available fighter aircraft units,both Navy and Marine,could be utilized to assist Air Force aircraft in
intercepting enemy aircraft identified by the 679th's radar. '--I
Twenty-four hours a day since coming here,the 679th Radar Squadron has provided continuousAir ;
Defense radar coverage for the northeastern Florida and southeastern Georgia coastsandthis 11' _
sentinel of defense prays that the day will never come when the warning must be sounded that : PW "
enemy aircraft are approaching the shores of our land. '< __
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In these days of man-made the amount recommended by clothing that requires hand wash-
fibers and miracle fabrics, washing the manufacturer. Never over- ing. In this 'case, the garment
clothes can be a bewildering bleach. It's best to dilute bleach should be soaked in warm sudsy ,
"r r y experience, especially for the with water before adding to the water for 5 or 10 minutes, then
machine full worked or kneaded gently for ,
young recruit in the base or post ; pouring strengthonto
j coin-operated laundry. the fabric can damage it. Detergent three minutes. Rinse thoroughly,
1 The Army and Air Force Exchange also should be used in but do not wring the fabric. Dry
Service understands.. For the amount recommended-or either on a clothes line or, if the

=1 the benefit of anyone confrontedwith slightly more if garments are item is a bulky knit requiring
___ those washday blues, heavily soiled. blocking or shaping,screen or flat ,"t,:, ;,

AAFES. offers these tips: Cotton fabrics and others dry. Some washers have safe ..t, '
whose labels indicate the gar- hand-wash cycles that can be ; ., ;;
Before do anything else on
you
ment may be washed in hot water used instead. :'J" '
washday separate your clothes. Today clothes truly are '
are the easiest to care for. Simplyput many
White and colored fabrics be
must the washing machine cycle wash and wear. But if ironing is ",, :,..j
washed shades can separately be washed; light together colored, setting on "regular" wash, then needed, remember to set the iron '" ': ,...!."\

but dark shades must be washedin tumble dry in a dryer also set on ing temperature at the lowest ': i' '.;
"regular." possible for the type of fabric to : ;?:
a separate load. Metal objectscan
restore the appearance of crisp- ', 1'
damage fabrics or even the
Warm water is
temperature ness. Generally, cottons and linens
inside drum of the machine, so required for most
permanent may be ironed at higher
avoid putting such heavy objectsas press garments. If there is no temperatures than synthetics .
belt buckles into a washer or *
permanent dress setting on the -but some fabrics shouldnot be '' f
Covering the top of your flue with fine-mesh screening dryer.Be washer and dryer-wash and dryat ironed at all. .

\ creates a potentially hazardous condition. Fine-mesh screen- careful not to overload a "regular"-with a'warm water AAFES customers are re- ., -, ,'
ing (such as the fly screening used on windows) should not washer or dryer beyond the temperature setting. minded that sometimes garments i"'.

be used to cover flues.The pores will quickly become cloggedand weight recommended by the If the label reads "gentle," the become so badly soiled that wash- ',.-.*:;:".
restrict the flow of flue products to the outside. Any car- machine manufacturer. Over- ,'V
garment must be washed in ing, even in hot water, cannot *\, ?
bon monoxide which may be produced by incomplete combustion loading puts an additional strainon warm water at a"synthetics"set remove all the stains. Often these .:.'r,' \'"
will then be circulated through the house. The conditioncan the machine and reduces its '
ting. Tumble dry in low heat. items can be restored by dry --- ,
go unnoticed until severe headaches and other symptomsof washing or drying performance. Even a rugged recruit may cleaning. AAFES dry cleaner v -.r F
anoxia may eventually call attention to it. In extreme When using bleach, use only have a sweater or other item of concessions can advise you.Remember -!' ,
cases, hospitalization or even death can occur. a .,
The recommended practice is to cover the flue with coarse { ":'
wire mesh (W or coarser). This will prevent birds and squir : ,
rels from building nests in the flue but is not apt to become Package Stores there are babesinthewoods. .,.:,. ;, :
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clogged and create a health hazard. >'J,
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To ConsolidateJaxNAS And wildfiresfill !I.

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their world

Jax servicemen can look forward to better with smoke

accomodations and service when the present four club and flame

package stores consolidate into two facilities. .,'
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is u yFaofriug Two package store annexes will be located at the ':
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Chiefs Club and Hancock Hall, resulting in the saving of,. '.1 \ ,\ >
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overhead "I '
expenses. .'-'

The CPO club annex will be open Sunday through -' ,

Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10:30: p.m. and until 11 p.m. on

Friday and Saturday. Operating hours for the Hancock :/ V 'e

Hall Annex are not yet available.

Profits from sales will be returned to the four station

l 9Kt&tiaA clubs according to the percentage of gross sales from

the individual club's eligible patronage.


; SHOWROOM and WAREHOUSEWe Therefore, a set percentage of gross sales to E-l
through E-3's will be returned to the Enlisted Mens Club

(Pirates Cove) ; the ,same percentage of sales to E-4 .
have everything for the interior of your home at
through E-6's will go to Hancock Hall, etc. o 9 speed derailkMir ;
gears
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DISCOUNT PRICES Consolidation of present facilities is being used rather .; Front touring and tires rear. handbrakes .
than construction of a new building in order to save

recreation funds.In .
Nationally Advertised ORIGINAL PAINTINGS
FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE addition to improving service and saving funds, it is

DRAPERYREFINISHING anticipated that the package store consolidation will

CARPETS assist in keeping prices stable.

BEDDING GIFTS

ACCESSORIES WALLPAPER FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATION
RATTAN APPLIANCES ,

WICKER. PATIO FURNITURE, LOYALTY 121'5Heie's ''

BRANCH 91$1 BRANCH a chance for the whole familyto
5391 Collins MEETING have the fun of cycling together! A
picnic. a rid* In the park or a twiligh
Ph.264-2833 2nd Wed. {taunt it's the perfect: "saeond"bike .. ,
|Jutt for the thrill of it. The newest
\ in tandem design Lower front bar .
Branch Info: JACK WADELIN, PH. 282.5560 for easier mounting and dismounting.
Five-sp..d gears for easier starts,
LAFRA UNITtls Meeting 2nd Mon. faster cruising speeds,less effort. ,
Info: Kay Lancaster Ph.389.76U

CLUB INFO: 5391 COLLINS ROAD, PH., 264-9166 ASSEMBLED AND ADJUSTEDAT
NO EXTRA CHARGE
,.,;" ,,.II' i"-' "; ._ ,- Here's one reason why our reputation
as "bik.xp.rts" makes us
'AiL tint-cholce-for.bik s.We never sell
a bike "In the carton" Every i
s1 bike we sell to assembled adjusted
and ready-to-ride.$ For your pleasure .
PRESENT YOUR MILITARY I.D. CARD .service that satisfies)

; FOR SPECIAL SAVINGS The Moccasin Shop : LAKE SHORE

r [ ,.' 4549 ST. AUGUSTINE RD. ;; SCHWINN CYCLERY

f (Between Emerson & University) f q ALL LEATHER GOODS 2108 Blinding Boulevard

t C" SPACES 1,3 and 5 PH. 733-9233 j Custom made Phone 381-0412
r We Sell the Best
f COMPARE OUR PRICES ,: \ BOOTS and SANDALS and Repair the Resti'LfLih. '

;BEFORE YOU BUY and SAVE
5963 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 712.8020 TO .:
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CALL: 387-3566 Movie Schedule

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Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than i

arriving too late for this deadline will be published Tuesday the for PUblication! the fOllowing Thursday. Ads
structed otherwise. A check or fOllowing week unless the
money order
for the cost of the PUblisher Is In.
ad
must be
received _.
RATE: minimum charge ((3 WITH the copy. - f
lines) ...$2.00 Per a
Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4747 SAN additional line ((4 words per line) ...SOe Friday, July 6 Hunter and Roddy McDowell.

JUAN AVE.,JACKSONVILLE 32210 NAS: "THE VALACHI "G" (98 min.) .;,

t PAPERS" Action Drama, HOSPITAL: "SCORPIO"Starring .

t.IttJJ.; ..n. .1 LIVE CRABS Charles Bronson and Tuesday,July 10 ..
.Wllford's Fish [.MOtICIh. ,
Camp
TEMPORARY JOBS 264 9707 :;" 'B] Lina Ventura. "R" ((125 min.) NAS: "BAXTER" Comedy _:.

FOR NAVY WIVESAll HOSPITAL: 'THE PRIVATE Drama
office skills AUTO AIR WE BUY AND SELL ... __ .' Starring Scott Jacoby
needed. Long and -COND. SERVICE GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES LU4'r: Uf SHEKLUCK and Lynn Carlin. "PG" (106HOLMES"
short assignments. No fee. We Pay Room Units, Central Units Tyler
You. Heating 8 Air Conditioning 4711 Phone 388-4419 Drama, Starring min.)

XTRA HELPERS-396-S1$' Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161. 118th STREET AREA Robert Stephens and Colin HOSPITAL: "ESCAPE FROM
1971, 12'X64' Great Lakes, 3BR., AC, Blakeley. "GP" ((125 min.) THE PLANET OF THE APES"
MOBILE HOME SALESMANHigh KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER DW carpet, 8. shed, take over pymts.
pay, short hours, part.time. 10 Like New. Take up pymts of $7.00 $98 mo. Phone 772.9988 or 282.4632 aft. Saturday, July 7 Wednesday,July 11
Apply In person, Mobile ,Home per month. Rayfield's 6 P.M. NAS: "THE HUSTLER"Drama NAS: "CARRY ON DOCTOR" "

Brokers, 5387 Roosevelt Blvd. 4437 Wilson Blvd.,772.8936 Starring Paul Newman Comedy, Starring Frankie "
803 S. Edgewood Ave..389.0494GEORGE'SKENNELS Sales COLONY MOBILE HOMES and Piper Laurie. "PG" (135 Howard and Sidney James.
&
SECRETARIAL HELP Rentals, 9359 103rd St. .
WANTEDFull Photostating and notary service. Call min.) "PG" ((92 min.)

or part.time, best Jax. Pay, good Dogs & Cats Boarded 771-0275. HOSPITAL: "THE VALACHI HOSPITAL: uBAXTER".s.

work conditions, name your days or Pick.Up & delivery services since CAMP PAPERS". :.
hours, Westslde if preferred. Com 1925. Grooming training & shipping IN COOL COMPORT 8
Self Sunday,July ,
contained ''g
18 ft. Playmor ;
,, Visitors Camper.
pany will pay refresher course at welcome. BankAmerlcard &
: Price$3,250. For details. Contact Fred NAS: "SCORPIO"4 Mystery, ,
Cumberland FJC typing, shorthand, Mastercharge honored. Off I 1.10 near
Davis
,
bookkeeping for accepted applicants. Cassat Ave. & EdgewOOd. 2647546. Starring Burt Lancaster and

Phone: 3540111 for Interview. 5085 Edgewood Ct.389.0064 JUSTISSTRAILER PARK Alain Delon. "PG" (114 min.) the

PART-TIME 1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern HOSPITAL : "THE + ROOd (
SEWING AND ALTERATIONSDone trailer and apts. 389.3007. HUSTLER"
Interesting part.time work avail. for In my home neighbor: _

Senior' MCO, with in town temporary Phone 78 19033 1&TANSPORTATPONtBETTER << Monday, July 9 Tli A-' .,,__ ,....
help service. Must be free morningsfrom t I NAS: "ESCAPE FROM THE *.:::==:'--1SJ.: "
6 a.m.-9 a.m. Some weekend $20 REWARD .
CARS FOR LESS MONEY PLANET OF THE APES" ro.....
work also. Must be personable, LOST ,
BLACK WALET
Used VW's compacts, other foreign Science Fiction Starring Kim
,
aggressive, & able to work under Just inside Main gate NAS Jax. makes. Astro Motors 6566 Normandy
pressure. Call 355.2730 from 10:00: a.m. Contains Important papers, licenses, Blvd. 781.4978.
.3 p.m. social security card auto registration, .1

call 8:00.4:00 P.M. 7723577 1968 OLDSMOBILE STA.WG. I .- illtr!::: .. ........:.:._._..._.....................:.._.._.._.._.....................................
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Air, Automatic ::0:00:1.:::;;;;;;;;;;
radio, Price 1295. .. ::;:
PART-TIME SQUADRON PERSONALIZEDBALL Contact Fred Davis, 244.7544.
. Janitorial Work CAPS .. I. Iii t MAVIS RUSSELL
Hours 5:30P.AA.-10OOP.M. $2.00 & up. 2 weeks service. Call for NO CASH NEEDED bar
at the piano
Call 355-2741 1 samples. All sportslettering 2649293. Assume 1967 DODGE PU, Standard
ROYALSERVICES.INC. V8, with 1969 Kamp King Koaches,
PRIVATE PIANO.ORGAN LESSONS Camper self contained. Truck like ENTERTAINMENTNIGHTLY
Adult.Children. Off Tampico near new mechanically. After 5 p.m. 786-
HELPWANTEDWould 103rd, 771.8196. 5371, 8-4 p.m., 772.2379, Lucas.
you like a good part.time fob in
which you can earn a lot of money, '_U"tA: I TATEEI 72 HARLEY DAVIDSON SS350 ::::::::::::::::::::ii::;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

honestly? The position requires some Very good cond., $560. 4 H.P.
sales, though In a very limited way. WE BUY 4 SELL EQUITIESCall Minibike $40, G.C.S. 1- 284 5238 SPECIAL RATES per person
Your income potential depends on us for quick service SERVICEMEN $600 double occupancy
your leadership ability. You may also Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. '71 PLYMOUTH ROADRUNNER
have more fun than you have had in a 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. 400 Engine,Auto. Trans., PS, PB AC Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood
long time.Interested. 771-3052 737-3864 Silver.Frost color, 11,000 miles'$350. Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
people will follow a proven dwn. assume pymts. of $121.15 mo. Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking.

success plan in recruiting, managing GREEN COVE SPRINGS 3871435.
and building a sales force. which Residential Lots Acreage

provides generous bonus checks If Chas. Mobley, Realtor 284.936! 197 XKE JAGUAR JAlKlIINIlE' \
you have imagination and optimism, Lee Duncan,Associate 2646861IN ) Removable HT, Like New Cond., See "
and believe In reaping what you sow, to appreciate. 389.1637.
then call 771-4922 to make an ap REAL ESTATE MATTERSCall 1971 BMW MOTOR HOTEL

pointment for a personal Interview. Wayne Shrum Like New, Only 7,000 miles, BMW 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 -
Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors Saddlebags, Windshield. 389-1437
771.9513 Within walking distance to all points of interest
SECURITYOUARDS 1
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68 MUSTANG 390GT
RETIRED MILITARY WELCOMEDThe CORNER LOT 4Spd., R&H PS, PB, only 28,000
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Concrete Block, 3BR., $12,500. Excel miles, Asking $1500, 282.5887.
Jacksonville Fla. Branch has Immediate Serviceman Location.
openings In Its security force. VanSandt, Realtor 389.3549 1971 TOYOTA COROLLA

Must be in excellent physical condition Deluxe Wagon, Air, automatic,'20,000
& undergo strict security investigation TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo miles
,excellent condition,$1690. firm. 1-295
& fire arms qualificationtest. up to twenty acre. Tracts 5 mile Call 264.2796. TAKE
Salary $6700. per year with 10 radius Cecil Field & I 1.295 $2,000.00 to
percent shift differential for night $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far 'HARLEY XLCH SPORTSTER
work. Excellent company paid below near.future values. Call Art Under 5,000 Miles Excel. shape, must DIRECT TO
*1. .
benefits. Uniforms & equip. provided Laughrun, Ret. Navy Chief 389 5514, see, $1700. 771.4571. ..

& cleaned at no cost. For Informationcall Eve 771.7441. '. r ,

Mon.3548211-Fri.An Ext.equal 211 opportunity, 8:304:30: P.M.em. Realtors WYNNE REALTYOF FLORIDA SpecialistWE Walk 1971 thru FIBERGLASS-Wlndshield BOWRIDER, vinyl top, ", :::::::::::::'-:::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::".&:::;:::::::::::::::::=>>

seats, seats 8 1971 I r2
reclining
persons. .. .
ployer. .. aLVD. .:
:: OItMANDY :
BUY EQUITIES 50 h.p. Loopcharged Johnson with N
Louise T. Bailey mechanical steering. Includes Coast ;::: ::
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS Broker 771.3405 Guard Pkg. & 1971 Murray Galv. trl. ::: ::
Housewives work from your home a
Contact:, Gene Keller at 772.3857 on
few hrs. Dally securing credit applications ;:
ARLINGTON TOWNHOUSE2BR. Base or 388.7812 after 1800. ..
for major| card. Absolutelyno ., WB., Brick ww Carpets, "
selling, no experience necessary.Will ;
Central Heat and Air drapes and '67 COMET 4DR.

train.Call for Interview. 7721153. kitchen equipped, fenced patio. $4,000 289, V8 AT, PS, AC. AM.FM, 58,000 WESTSIDE :::: IUr' :::::
equity and assume $16,600 mortgageor Miles, $695. 784 4418. } HAS I
::: CECIL .5 i:
TIRE COMPANY re.finance. Phone owner, evenings : v :
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NEEDS lie
Front-End Mtn ft Tire Mechanics and weekends 744 4447. Trail 8. Road'73 Bike HONDA perfect 100 cond., 135 .. .'I -.'," .. "..' .:.:.:.: I !IIQ! :..:.:.:

FULLTIME MOONLIGHT CALL A SHIPMATEJoe M.P.G., 781.9433. ,
Top money plus monthly profit Ropiak (RET Navy) ; : I 1'\k\- ".,;:;.,
sharing. 5 or 6 days work week. Paid Licensed Real Estate Salesman ,
holidays Hospitalization company = ::
Representing l.
; .. ORANGE PARK
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discount, uniforms furnished, nice Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors. ;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::::::::::::::::::: ;:;:::::::::=: :::::::::::.-:::::::: :::
boss prefer man with own tools. Will Home,781.7715 Office 771 9513
also train. _
Equal Opportunity EmployerJoin JUST ARRIVING IN JAXT The Bases and Orange Park are now only

GROWING Company READY TO MOVE TO SOUTHSIDET minutes away. Take 1-295 expressway to the
Paul Lewis Tire Company Baymeadows luxury condominium, exit then
Normandy right 1V4 miles and one
2430 Blinding Blvd. frontage 20 min.
2BR 2B Golf course
traffic light brings toVOLKSWAGEN.
387.5556 from NAS. Call Leatherbury 772 2694 you -

rm Li ==j1"un""['lIf I] Days, 737.9429 Nights. 4kL COUNTRYIt's

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recorded message by a nice trip and so are the savings.
SCOTT EDWARDS ORANGE PARK

Tells you how to be a 2BR., Apt*. furn. or unfurn, Dishwasher R
DISCJOCKEYcall Drapes Carpets, Elizabeth
355-2944 any hour. Approved for Apts.. 771.1405 or 771.3355. WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
veterans; Columbia School of 1 WILMAKAPIS.2BR. .

Braodcastlng. San Francisco. Not ., Furn., water, sewage & gar SUNDAYTIL
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course
by cars small children INC.
home study. bage, parking PMSURPLUS ,
Washer
small pets o.k. $125 mo.
$8.00, 387-2541 or 387.0744.
AIR LITE
INDUSTRIES OF JAX
ORTEGA HILLS 1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTHTELEPHONE781S511 ...
fabrication In rescreening, window HOUSE FOR RENT- .
screens, screen doors, patio & pool 3BR.. 2B.. Central Heat & Air, $275. GOODSDISCOUNT 1-; .'

enclosures, aluminum roofs & car. "35S-016. STORE ...... F'
Ports free estimates. Owned & ORANGE PARK -
Operated by: Norman T. Abrams, 2BR.APT FURN..AC
USN ic 135 Beach B vd '2* :**
retired, Paul TInney, 2548 Edison 5 Minutes to NAS no lease required
Ave. 384-1242. will rent to bachelors. 264.4884.


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Marine Guard.SULTRY ____ t__ .-SS SS S .... waistline as well as in other areas.Capt.Sizemore makes his remarksas
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fountains and men's blood boil over. Turn away, and if you still feel feverish, see your doctor -
you're coming down with a cold. (Photo courtesy Columbia Pictures)
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CAPT. MORE RETIRES Capt. David C. More, former Public
Works Officer,is piped ashore as the NAS inspection ends.

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Do you think and,talk about drinking often? .
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Do you sometimes gulp drinks? ,
'.. Do you often take a drink to help you relax?
Do you drink when you are alone? ',"" ':.
Do you sometimes forget what happened while you were drinking? '-
Do you keep a bottle hidden somewhere:-at home or at work-for S secondincome >,
quick pick-me-ups? .
Do you need a drink to have fun? 'S

Do you ever just start drinking without really thinking about it?
Do you drink in the morning to relieve a hangover?

//you answered."yes'to any of these questions,you may want to do .
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I Insuring Your Car ? Attention



IlL T. DAVID BLASINGAME most companies, and it is usuallynot
...4 2LT. DENNIS BLAXEMORE written without comprehensive Joggers _

Most state laws today require a coverage; ((6)) Uninsured
motorist to carry, at a minimum, Motorist which protects against By CDR. M. rASSACUA.JR..USAf
liability insurance on their au loss due to personal injury to the Acrwport njntofacbt _

tomobiles.This type insurance insured and his caused by i Quite often while changing,

is to protect the driver against an clothes in the locker room, one of
legal liability resulting from an my erstwhile joggers will complain
accident, but not to protect his very about aching feet or legs
car..How important is your family ance and solicit my advice about his
and car to you, and what do you running technique. So let's talk
really know about the insuranceyou the briefly about "how to jog:"

have on your automobile at Let's face facts.. There is no
the present time? stat faster way to become discouragedwith
There are several kinds of thanto
your jogging program
coverage available. All major in- vary
develop sore ankles or "shin
surance companies offer: ((1)I) Bodily splints," those sharp pains along
Injury Liability which protects ing the shin bone. This tenderness is
you against legal liability for accidental pact caused by slight tearing of the
injury to or death of than connective tissue along the bone
others caused by the operation of while do
and not serious, they
your car;((2))Property Damage liabil- smart!
ity which protects you against The serious athlete endures
legal liability for accidental dam- the them; the jogger treats them by
...J age to property of others caused ance running on soft surfaces for a few
by the operation of ((3)) more
your car;
hot soaks
water
days, ,massage or
used
Medical Payments Coverage which curtailment for a few days. One of
usually pays regardless of your the best measures 'to prevent
legal liability. All reasonable
expenses
"shin splints" is to purchase a
incurred for necessary good, "proper" pair' of shoes
I medical,surgical,nursing,hospital of
and ambulance services, for date specifically designed for jogging.
the Part of the jogging "method" is
persons who. suffer accidental
the placement of the feet. This is
.
bodily injury while entering, riding )
called "foot-strike" and describes
in, or alighting from your car
how the foot hits the
by ground as
would 'covered. Amounts are
you jog along. Proper Ufoot.strikc" -
available from
: most companies
ranging from$1,000 to$5,000((4)) are is important because it
of can provide: u life time running
Comprehensive which
1 protects you
\ for direct and accidental loss of or pleasure and, in addition, is very
hoJptnl) in tin avoidance and/or
damage to your car caused by
.'1iIlIH;'.alin of the'Sliiu
splints"
breakage of glass, fire, theft, ex
plosion, earthquakes, storms J previously. mentioned.
vandalism,and a number of other his Thc.ure three basic types or'
hazards. Usually $50 to $100 deductible ing| methods of placing your feet on
is available in this the ground.One ofthes .methods

coverage; ((5)) Collision which pro- or a'combination of methods will
tects you from direct and accidental who probably be the most suitable for
I loss or damage to your car you., These techniques are:
through collision or upset. This a 70 : (1)) Heel to toe:' the runner, in

can be obtained with a deductible ; this case, hits first on the heel of
ranging from $50 to $500 with who his foot, rocks forward, and then
his propels himself from the ball of
cent. the foot. This method cushions

We've Changed our Name 68S443)i your landing and distributes the
but the SERVICE is the Sameat. pressure along the foot as you
.... rock to the ball of your foot. This

...? :::.... ... '*m :: :::::!:::::: method is probably used by most
t << long distance runners simply because
I .... it is the least tiring ,of the
t- : NDA three techniques.
tV 1-1H ((2); Flat-foot: This technique is
: = ::::,-, e6tt < : a slight ''variation of the heel-to-

toe method. In this case, the en-
I 4949 BLANDING BLVD. tire foot hits the ground at the
PHONE 771-8244 ,same time The surface area of
the whole,foot is used to cushionthe
foot strike and makes it easier

"T/ e Last of the and less jarring. When you, employ .
t : this method, you sh uld'not
'drive the foot'downward with
Within Reach
J ; ;
great force, but rather step gin.
gerly and, lightly as you transfer
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I (3) Ball of the foot:, In 'this
NATIONAL method, the runner lands on'the
ball of the foot
and settles to his

FOREST :gl i : heel before taking his next step.
You are. probably using this
Lots from 1750. method now.without even knowing '

t it because you ran this way as .
10% down...Good Terms! : a child participating in, sprint

NO HIDDEN CLOSING COSTS sports.Women,run this way probably '
I Think of Retirement because they are. 'accustomed : -
Site Today to wearing heels which
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Swim: Team Impressive p-.
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At Fernandina Meet ;-- -_ & ... .. '

Jax The Navy Jax Swim placing first in the 50-yard fly. ...
Team traveled to Fer- Teammate John Luebke .
nandina Beach last week to tured third place in the 25-yard cap _
participate in the Fernandina back and free events while Tim
team's noyice meet. Also competing Mason swam to thirds in the
in the tri-meet was the St. breast and fly. M. Kreigerplaced
Augustine YMCA team. fifth in the breast event.In .J I i '
Taking to the starting blocks the 1M2 year-old .'
first were the eightandundergirls. events, W. C. Gutherie boys
In these events Pam placed ;\
second in the 50-yard back "
Kangas swam to a first in the 25- fifth in the free.Teammate Brian and iv
yard breast and a third in the 25- Williamson "
placed third in the 50- 1..
yard fly. Teammate Jacqul yard back and fourth in the free. .\
I Brennock captured seconds in the In the 200-yard Medley .
25-yard fly and free events while the team of John Luebke Relays, Doug, ,
Kristy Gutherie; placed third in Derousie, Ricky Thomas and
the free. John Brennock swam to a first :
In the 10-and-under girls place victory in the 10-and-under
events, Ann Gutherie had a
boys, while the ;
11-12 year-old ;
double victory with firsts in the ,
boys, consisting of
so-yard back and free events. W.C. "
Gutherie, Brian Williamson
Jeff
Also placing was Kerry Springerwith
Hamaker and
second place finishes in the Greg Hamaker, J
also brought in first
a place
50-yard fly and the 50-yard free. victory.
Also, Diane Schumacher pickedup NAS JAX GOLF CHAMPS-These Batmen of VP-24 layed down their clubs 'just long enough to pickup '
third place finishes in the 50- Anyone interested in joining the trophies they,won for claiming the NAS Jax Spring Intramural Golf Championship. Picturedare
yard breast and free events. the swim team may contact Pat (l to R): Stan Brennan, Tom Cheek, Ron Dannecker, Jay Benko, Eric Lekberg, Russ Salyardsand
The 11-12 year-old' girls were Kangas at 264-6084 or Joan Bob Howard. Not pictured are team members Jim McMahon, Bob Quinn, Bob Edmonds and Chet ,
Glaraton at 388-8727. Adkins.
led by Michele Springer when she
captured a first in the 50-yard fly
and Jill Gutherie when she swamt HUMAN GOALS IS
t a first in the 50-vard back. Also
placing was Jennifer Fitzpatrickwith
second place finishes in the
50-yard fly and free events.

first Kerry in Fitzpatrick the 100-yard captured fly and a : :o\\

second in the 100-yard breast for
the 13-14 year-old girls while : \\
Sandra Schumacher placed Ai1I. Fi7jfr\ .:...!
fourth in the 100-yard free.
Swimming for the six-and-

under boys, Jamie ,Brennock ; ...:.. ...........\.....
captured a first place in the 25- '--'

yard free while teammate David :: ;}
t *
Benoit placed fifth in the same ,'
event. In the eightandunderboys LJ I. .. .* i%". 7S '}
Kevin Nickens captured a "$"'' .
first place in the 25-yard breast XdH and a third in the 25-yard back.
Brian Benoit fifth in the .
placed '( 0 ; -:' ,
breast and fly I./ ph .if.,
The 10-and under boys events I.I : :: "
found Ricky Thomas swimmingto I-- __ V :y
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a first place in the 50-yard( L\ I 1 --Ie
,breast and John Brennock .

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By Tom McGuckin in Tournament


SOFTBALLThe completed their schedule by SWIMMING LESSONS'' Seven of the nine players Other members of the Jax
second half of intramural downing in succession VA-I05 4-1, .. '
Softball got going last week with VA-174 4-1, and Operations 5-0. Beginners swimming will from the NAS Jax Judo Judo Club participating in

eleven slow pitch teams and eight VA-37-Ops game ended with Opson commence July 11th. All Club that entered in the 'the event were Ed Sutcliff

,. fast pitch. Slow pitch got started the long end 32. Turning the dependents whose sponsor is recent tournament at and Bob Burkhart. ..
with a bang as VA-15 took tables VA-37 bounced back and stationed at Cecil Field,who are Keystone Heights brought The club is coached by
newcomers BEQ 18-0.) Tuesdays downed VA-105 3-2. interested and at least six yearsof
games saw VA-105 over AV-ORD age are eligible to participatein home medals. Guy Matthews and Ken
9-8, and still unbeaten VA-174 this program. Interested First place honors wentto Wintin. George Bass is our
STANDINGSVA45
down VC-2 by 111. The marine parties should bring their Darryl Matthews nine techinical' advisor.

barracks team came on to best children to the EM pool at 1000 on year heavy, Mike Sutcliff Anyone interested in
medical 15-12 on Thursday.In '
< this date. Instructors and pool
27 -3' ten year light, Harvey becoming a member of the
,< 'l assignments will be issued at the
VA-174 : ., ,..' rll. -4 '.
.. ; Albright ten year heavy team is certainly welcomeas
fast,pitch action, on Tuesday VA-37 ./,14 -11 pool.
VA-15 took the measure of VA" -105 VA-105 6.. -14 and Cameron Matthews the club is always in-

11-9, and AIMD won over AMD r 5 -15 NEW STAFF MEMBER eleven year heavy., Second terested in obtaining new

Operations by a forfeit.Thursdaynite Ops 7.-8 place winners were Ed members. For further
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the between VA-45 and Special Services is proud to
game Supply 0 -30 Toves and Bruce Mat- information
VA-15 was halted because of time announce the addition of Mrs. concerning
with VA-45 ahead 96. In the nite- Gloria Hackett to their staff. Mrs. thews. Third place honors membership please call

cap VA-37 bested Supply 5-1,John NEW POOL HOURS Hackett will act in the capacity of went to Larry Speed. 7727155.
Johnson missed another nohitterand Ceramics Instructor. Coming to
shut-out on a broken bat Commencing July 10th the Cecil Field with twenty years of r i I-I

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Jax Fliers At Glynco *$&ftfryytyv .SrWxwJ.


After Downing MayportJax INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL ROUNDUP r I


The Jax Navy Fliers traveled to Mayport last ----00 ,

Friday night for a double-header and returned with 13-4 For the week ot June 25 FAST PITCH SLOW PITCHAMERICAN
FAST PITCH .
and 4-2 victories. The two wins I "A"Division LEAGUE
brought their record to 12 NARJAX 9 VW-4 3
wins and 14 losses. VP-16 15 VP-49 13 \V L
W L VP-49 13 2VP24"A"
The two games the Fliers NARJAX 2 HOSPITAL 0 -
were scheduled
to VW-4
play
on 15z!: 51;, 10 4
Saturday with Mayport were cancelled. FICEUR 5 AIMD 4 FICEUR 16'612' GSE 9 5

This week the Fliers participated in the annual Glynco VP-49 HOSPITAL 13 11 ASOTG M. BKS 11 1 HOSPITAL 14 7 .DENTAL 8 C
Invitational Softball Tournament FAW-l1 14 7 679th 6'8': '3
that is held every July MARINE BKS 12 VP-16 11 NDRC
MATSG 10 2 91E 7 7
4th. Results of the Fliers efforts in this tournament will NARJAX 9 MATSG 2 VP-16 8 12 .AFFES 5 8
be in next week's Jax Air News. VP-16 7 SPECIALS 0 SPECIALS 5' 19 WEAPONS '4'3' 10'z'

........ : ; ; : :: ........................................................ :: :: AIMD FICEUR 9 1 VP-16 VW-4 1 1 NWSF 2 14
SWraACADEMY :-; NATIONAL LEAGUE'
FICEUR 16 HOSPITAL 10 ,
r fl. VP-45 forfeited to yW-4 W I.
uO"Division. VP-45 12 2
SPORTS NEWS W L FICEUR ., 10 2
-' I SLOW PITCH NARJAX 16 5 COMMUNICATIONS 9 3
NDRC 13 VP-49 3 VP-49 11101 MARTD 5 7
Annapolis, Md.-Navy out- posing player" they faced this AFEES 21 679th 15 MARINE BKS 10 11 SUPPLY .5 8
fielder Steve Ogden of Abilene, past spring. Marino will receive GSE 7 679th 5 FASOTG 7 14 NARJAX 5 9
Tex:, was named recently to the the Richard H. Seth Memorial COMMUN 16 VP-24 "Bit 4 AIMD 51 5'h MATSG 4 8
Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball Trophy, first presented in 1956. FICEUR 16 NARJAX 6 VP-45 6"2" In-2 VP-24"B" 1 12
League all-star team chosen in an The award was established in VP-49 17 WEAPONS 7
annual poll of the league's memory of the late Richard H. VP-24"An 6, NDRC 5
coaches With Ogden in the all- Seth 10 ..
,All-America goalie at Navy MATSG VP-24 "Bit 4
star outfield were Kevin Hampe ((1948-49)) who died in an aircraft MARTD 6 SUPPLY 5 Without Advertising You Wouldn't Know!
of Harvard and Dick
Jauron of accident. WEAPONS 12 VP-24 9

Yale. Marino, a first team All-
Ogden,who graduated and was America selection, scored three
commissioned an Ensign on June goals including the clincher in
6th, finished the 1973 season witha sudden death overtime, and
..263 batting average.He tied for assisted on three others to propelthe y SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY !
the team leadership in runs Dutchmen past Navy and into
scored ((13)) but led the Mid- the N.C.A.A. post-season tour- S _. family books
shipmen in almost every other nament. The only other Hofstra -r ---

offensive department includinghits player ever to claim the Seth 10-GAME BOOK
((21)), extra base hits ((9)) and prize was Phil Mordante in 1965. r : REAr\1 I
runs-batted-in (17)). Despite a $500 .
Marino is the eighth midfielderto :
disappointing 1973 average, SfltEF
Ogden wound up his Academy be honored by the Midshipmen. .: Reg. price 56.00
Another middie,Pete Eldredge of
baseball career with an excellent r 25-GAME BOOK
three-season percentage of .308. Virginia, won the Seth voting in ,
both and SJQOOReg.
1971 1972.DESIGNATED
A second team All-Eastern

League pick as a junior a year IIITTER l Price 12.00
ago,Ogden won three letters as a Navy was way ahead of the 11
tight end for the Navy football NCAA Baseball Rules Committee

REM: )(Hit tine print us well as the luadlines. -
team. He caught 64 passes for 760 which recently approveduse
The hidden clause! in a contract ((flliTPUfL'2DhII )
yards rfrolIt 1970-72( tying him 'ora designated hitter in -
could come as a surprise after you've
with Ron Beagle for fifth spot on college games next spring. The : : : =
signed a lustily' scanned paper.Just!' asjou
the Academy's list of all-time Midshipmen used their first DH" sciulini/rd actress Michelle Car t I ii
leading pass receivers. in exhibition with ntutrAry
a May game
rey ahme, give\ those contracts )our
LACROSSEThe the Baltimore Orioles.He was, of full attention.I .
man responsible for all things, a pitcher sophmore
Hofstra's 10-9( upset of Navy, Randy Young of Torrance, Calif. "I I 1 1l
midfielder Phil Marino, has been Young struck out in his first
honored by the members of the appearance but later ripped a
Midshipmen's 1973 lacrosse teamas single off Orlando Pena in the

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By Chuck Harlow J4 .


i Bowl-offs Start MondayJax Jax Big news of the clubhouse bulletin board.
week is Marion Vaught's Basically, you cannot
hole-in-one 'on the 16th count all strokes used on

,; The Intramural in the bowl-offs and as of and Top Five ((2nd) from hole. For the benefit of all that one ugly hole where

Bowling leagues are this writing, all positionshad the National League. you gals and guys, Marion you used nine or ten
finishing up their league been clinched with the used a five wood and the swings. If you are a
action this week and will exception of the American distance that day 'was scratch golfer you may
begin the bowl-offs for the League. The Hurricanesand D approximately 130 yards. count only one stroke over
station crown on Monday. the Late Chargers will Haye you been postingthe par on any hole.If .
both be in the bowl-offs, right score for correct your handicap is now
The bowl-off will consistof but the Hurriances had to establishment of your from one to 18, you are
each team bowling win at least one game last handicap? The new USGA limited to a maximum

twelve games. The team night to claim the league A........ ..."". r:_ Y:":' with the most pin fall with championship. If they and only on a number of
handicap will be the In didn't win that one game, i' holes equal to your handicap -
tramural winner. Six the championship went to : i'b If your handicap is
; games will be bowled on the Late Chargers. from 19 to 36,. you are
Monday, July 9 and six ,. limited to a maximum

i more will, be bowled on Other competitors in the : :: triple, bogey on any hole
t '" Wednesday, July 11. bowl-offs will be: the and only on as many holesas
I ,Lifers ((1st) and NarJaxNo. your handicap exceeds

] In the event the bowl-off 1 ((2nd) from the 18. Remember, you are on

should end in a tie, the Atlantic League Help ', ..,. ..% honor to correct
; your
t i"f, <. ,If. <<""' ..itjl:. J ,.. your
teams involved will bowl ((1st) and the Pin Busters S. ..'..'';.....''":d'W.'m.tt'< <;.t*'.": '>t'..':."('--'".<""".>'"f":.: ,., ,, ,.ot "/< &.., f score before you post your
, one extra game tot ((2nd) from the Continental .)".'"'''.' '=.:." '>", ."......,$..$",..','. ,'' ,." '" -.- "'* L, handicap card.
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determine the winner. League; VP-45 No. 1 (1st) .. .,.' ...j. .. ,:; "' This weekend will see a
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