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 Material Information
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 26, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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VOL. 31 NO. 19 Published In The Interest of Personnel{of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville. Florida JULY OA, 1071 r 1
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pick up next week's issue of the Jax Air News-both in J

appearance. and content.
What will they be?? Here are a few of them-
'The Jax Air News will be switching from a strictly f
newspaper-type format to an appearance that includes
some of the things you'd see in a magazine (larger ,
pictures, more white space, e c.). We've been J' >, 'it.....,. ./ F
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haven't had any complaints so we'll be developing it .
further in coming weeks.In ,...... "" .. .

order to keep you informed of what's being done to
solve problems aboard NAS Jax, we'll be starting to

print excerpts from the skipper's "Action Line" in the .,
near future. If something is bothering you-and you can't
get an adequate answer throughyourchain of command- .
dial "C APT" and make yourself heard. ;f

Likewise, the Jax Air News welcomes Letters to The J t
Editor and Guest Editorials if we have an article,
$52,000 FOR NAVY RELIEF Capt.William G. Sizemore (Center Front Row), NAS Jax CO, Capt.
opinion or policy in the paper with which you don't Richard C.O'Loughlin, NAS Jax Supply Officerand Drive Chairman,and Retired Navy Captain S. E,
agree. All Letters and Guest Editorials MUST be signed Wright,Jax Navy Relief Auxiliary Director,proudly display a check for the $52,000 in proceeds from
and the Jax Air News reserves the right to both selection the recent Navy Relief Fund Drive. Looking on in the back row are (L-R): LCdr. Denver Chenoweth,
and editing to meet accepted. journalisticstandardsandin assistant to the Chairman Marvin Smith, assistant to the Chairman' ; and Lt. John Malone,
Treasurer:for the Navy Relief, Fund D lve. '
; order to comply with! *splice. limftatioris.. ) : :* r. <.'; f .
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"Reader Survey" designed to find'out what YOU think CS1 Brown Top Jax Sailor l

of our paper and what YOU would like it to be.: Please fill
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it out so we can know what YOU want YOUR paper to '. L
Jax-CSl Bobby E. Brown, Galley Captain Supervisor, has been selected. i
be. June's NAS Jax Serviceman of the Month. '. '

There are only two people on our staff (and no A veteran of 24 years of military service, CS1 Brown was described in a letter
photographer), but we try to ,do, our best to give nominating him for the honor as a person who "constantly demonstrates

everyone the most complete and accurate'. news initiative and effective leadership traits in his daily instruction and coordination .
coverage possible. of all galley operations." ..r!:

:. How about a little help",. readers. !, ,.. ,, "He has a 'take charge' attitude and displays endurance and dedication in all .
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J"o' ',' .i., attitude he for overall of .'
Captain responsible supervision
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galley routine.
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makes CSl Brown a valuable asset to the Division. His pride in the Navy is .
evident by the professionalism he brings to any undertaking .t
'"The efficient daily operation of the galley is due in part to CSl Brown's :...
meticulous attitude and willingness to give of his time.*' : ," .
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As Galley Captain Supervisor, Petty Officer First Class Brown is responsible .'
for directing both the Port and Starboard commissary watches. He also plans,

directs and coordinates the various food service operations and provides advice ..
j..... ,. .. and instructions to improve galley procedures and techniques, prevent waste

: and train personnel in new assignments. .
CSl Brown is married to the former Verna Louise Alexander. and lives at 5135'
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LEGION OF MERIT AWARDED-Capt. Richard: C.O'Loughlin See lax 86 At Navy Relief Lobby
(Right), NAS Jax Supply Officer,is congratulated' by Capt. William G. .
Sizemore, NAS Jax CO.after being awarded the Legion of Merit. Capt. ; -
O'Loughlin was cited for his superior performance of duty while
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Potato Soup, Grilled Veal Steaks, DINNER: Minestrone Soup,
Friday,July 27 Food Cake Sugar Cookies. French Fried Potatoes,' Baked Beans, Salisbury Steak w.Brown Gravy, -
BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy Joes on Gravy, Pastry Bar, Salad Bar, Braised Onions, Hash Brown '
Juice, Fried Eggs to Order Scram. Hamburger Buns, Frankfurters Strawberry Short Cake, Brown Sugar Potatoes, Seasoned Pinto Beans,
bled Eggs w-Cheese Choice of Baconor French Fried Potatoes, Dessert Bar. Cookies. Buttered Broccoli, Salad Bar, Apple NAVALAIR STATION.
Ham, Lyonnalse Potatoes, Pastry SUPPER: Stuffed Pork Chops SUPPER: Southern Style Fried Jurnovers, Yellow Pound Cake.
Bar.DINNER Brown Gravy Scalloped Potatoes Chicken, Chicken Gravy Whipped SUPPER Pan Roast of Beef, PROTESTANTSunday .
: New England Clam Applesauce, Creamed Style Corn, Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Natural Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, -
Chowder Salmon Cakes or Grilled Peas, Hot Spiced Beets, Bread Lyonnaise
Seasoned Brussels Sprouts Salad, Wax Beans, Hot Spiced 'Divine Worship $:30 a.m.
Frankfurters Baked Macaroni w. Bar,Angel Food Cake, Sugar Cookies. Dressing Salad Bar, Brown Sugar Beets,'Salad Bar,'Yellow Pound.Cafe. at All Saints Chapel.
Cheese Seasoned Lima Beans, Saturday,July 28 Cookies Strawberry Short Cake. Apple Turnovers.. .- Church School 9:30 a.m.
Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Angel BREAKFAST; Hot Oatmeal, Fried Sunday,July 29 Wednesday,Aug 1 Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
--- BREAKFAST Hominy Grits,
BREAKFAST: Cooked Farina, All Saints Chapel.
Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto Fried Eggs to Order, Home Fried Junior Youth Fellowship
,JA.X A..I S: 'EWS Order, Cheese Omelet, Choice of Potatoes, Choice of Baked Sausage 12:30 p.m. Senior Youth
Sausage or Bacon, Home Fried Links
or Creamed Dried Beef, Fellowship 1:30 p.m.
Potatoes Pastry Bar. Southern Style Corn Bread, Chilled Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Split Pea Orange Juice, Pastry Bar. at the Small Chapel.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Soup Fried Ham Steaks, French
DINNER
Vegetable Soup, Grilled
distributed each- Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Fried Potatoes, Buttered Broccoli, Texas Steak, Mushroom Gravy, Tuesday
Jacksonville. Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company. a Pastry Bar, Lemon Meringue Pie, Baked Potatoes, Buttered Brussles Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Butterscotch
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS SUPPER: Oven Pudding.Roast Beef, Brown Sprouts,Cream Style Corn,Salad Bar, p.m. at Bldg. 750 and

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2. NAS Gravy, Parsley Buttered Potatoes, Blueberry Pie Sugar Cookies. Christian at the Science Small Service Chapel.8
SUPPER p.m.
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. Seasoned Green Beans, Buttered : Barbecued Frankfurtersor
Fried Fish
Newt Squash, Salad Bar, Butterscotch Sticks w.Tartar Sauce
items
are welcomed from all
sources. Telephone 772-3118 Pudding Lemon Meringue Pie. French Fried Potatoes, Buttered NAVAL HOSPITAL
or 3119. Cauliflower, Seasoned Lima Beans, Divine Worship 9.30: a.m.
Monday,July 30 Salad Bar, Blueberry Pie, Sugar at St. Lukes.
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato Cookies.
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to NATTCProtestant
race, creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser Order, Blueberry Griddle Cakes w Thursday Aug 2 Worship
Maple Syrup, Baked Pork & Beans, BREAKFAST: Hot Oatmeal, Fried Service, 1030; a.m. In
user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Choice of Pork Sausage or Grilled Eggs to Ord r, Grilled French Toast Building 500.
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the Ham, Pastry Bar. w.Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon or
'fatal to print advertising from that source." DINNER: Creole Soup Pan Roastof Ham, Hash Brown Potatoes, Chilled CATHOLICSaturday;
Pork, Snowflaked Potatoes, Chilled Apple Juice, Pastry Bar. Mass S p.m. at
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries. Applesauce Mexican Corn, Brown DINNER: Tomato Rice Soup, Liver St. Edward's Chapel.
Fiesta or Baked Beef & Noodles, Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and 11
concerning such should be directed to; Gravy, Buttered Spinach, Salad Bar,
Peach Pie Chocolate Chip Cookies, Parsley Buttered Potatoes, Fried a.m. Dally Mass-Monday
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY SANDWICH LINE Fish Sandwich Onions Glazed Carrots, Buttered Tuesday, Thursday andFrlday.l1
Egg Salad Sandwich, French Spinach, Salad Bar, Marble Cake, :30 a.m. Wednesday .
Fried
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Telephone 387-3566 SUPPERtltallan Spaghetti w.Meat Southern Fried Chicken, the Naval Hospital Chapel.4:30
Sauce or Baked Lasagna, Toasted Cream Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Saturday Confessions :
VOL. 31 NO. 19 Cuban Sticks, Parmesan Cheese, Cranberry Sauce, Savory Bread to 5 p.m.
|11 JULY 26, 1973 Seasoned Zuchinnl Squash, Buttered Dressing, Buttered Mixed Vegetables,
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, Junior College courses to be STATBMENTLL y t
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! the Fall Quarter will be held

" Wednesday, Aug. 1, from 10 a.m. '
to 2 p.m. at the Educational

\ Services Office, Bldg. 200.
CONDITION .
i The following courses are i!
1 scheduled:

I. Business Law (BUW 260)):

Monday, Rm. 235, H1000;;

Communication. for: Today's
;World (ENG 105)): Monday, Rm.

.'233, H1000; International Un-
Statement of Condition
derstanding (HUM 213)):Thurs ..,,Comparative
day, Rm. 233, H1000; College .'
Mathematics (MAT 101)) : ,
Tuesday, Rm. 235, H1000. as of June 30 1973 5:.
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H1000; Fundamentals of Speech ..OFFICERS'. :::: :,', ; ,. : ; t"J ft, ',: '..' : .. ,-Ir lu:, *

(SPE 110)): Wednesday, Rm. 233, B. J. WALKER '., . '.. .' ,
C i"nanol.theBoard r ASSETS ... -V.. <;,:i/ ''. :". 1973 \: : .,. ;y't: : 1972
and of %
H1000
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.Cash and dje: from banks j.j 3,687,495.09 "I" $ 2.057.020.7S
Management (SAM 250)): G. R. PORTER JR. ", ; .' .
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Thursday, Rm. 234, HlOOO. President .
Investment
:All the above courses will last ROBERT L. LiNn: securities"F' '
Vic-Pre&ide'U & Cashier U. S. Treasury securities 2,804,034.67 3,485,401.48
from 7-10 .
p.m. "
Cost per three credit hours is :K.: L. NIELD, .'*< .Jf. Securities of other U. S. Government
Vsce-President and 2,704,000.36 3,108,854.97
.$25.50 and must be paid at agencies corporations
''registration. Tuition aid is A. JEAN MCLANC: Obligations of States and political. subdivisions:: 4556093.99 : 3,653,979.81 r
Viee-President '
i )available for military personneland .# ",t '* T 11'. Other t securities -()- -00-

ALLEN RVice. NOLAN account ., -0-.. ,_ -
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securities
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applications' '". Auutant -Presidett.. ", ',.., -tm J '
submitted as soon as' OSSib1e. DAVID W. DICKINSON. :, .; Loans arid discounts 17,670,520.41, 13,477164.14Auistant .Y'.
Florida Junior College requires Vice-President Federal funds sold and securities purchased

ALL students, regardless of their MARGARET M..Russo .',' under agreement to,resell "'a.:; ':'. .: 1,500,000.00? -0598,427,76)- !
status, to see an Academic Ad- Assistant Cashier' 1\\ Bank premises, furniture and fixtures net 625,985.29

visor and receive an approved .
ORLAN S. MILLER ,. \ .
tentative course plan BEFORE Assistant Cashier Other assets 382908.00 447298.84

they may register. CURTIS A. DAHL Total Assets 33931037.85,. 26828147.78

The tentative course plan Assistant Cashier .. ( "
MUST be presented at '. ,'. '. '," .
FLORA H. WITHORN
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}fc-\. for military personnel and their DIRECTORS i';,,: J'i;( : LlABIUTIES'" :; ,. .. .' .;.-: :.
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; dependents on Aug; 1 from .10 : ': -
: CHARLES H BARCO 10,482,069152:
; Demand deposits 13,383,163.37
:\x a.m. to 2 p.m.f President,,C. H. Barco Contracting Co.; Inc. !J. :
Registration for on-board none ., Savings and time depositsTotal 16707321.90 13,545,527.5aLoRIMER
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..-. .". credit will 'be held' 1 L'BLITCU DepositsFederal ., 30090485.27 24,027,597.05
: courses Retired, Wmn-Dtxie{ Stores, Inc. 'V V
Thursday,Sept. 6,from 10 a.m. tot funds purchased and securities .
A.LELANO: BURPEE, JR.
,. .'. 2 pm. at the Educational Ser- Vice-President, Florida Title ard,Mortgage Co. sold under agreement to repurchase.0- -01,162.971.25-

vices Office, Bldg. 200. All JAMES 'A. CRANFORD 4:. Other liabilities 1895536.89
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military personnel and theirdependents Jacksonville,Florida 31986022.16 25,190,568.30DR.

are eligible for these .ENSOR R. DUNSFORD,JR. J." ;," .
courses. President Emergency Care Group.- Reserve for Losses. on Loans ',. 244097.21 188,637.74
Following is a schedule 'of RALPH W. "* Capital accounts: ;
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courses which will begin the weekof -Pwident.,Hoyt High Fidelity Center,Ines': Common Stock, $10 par value per share;

Sept. 10: HARRY R.JAMES: Authorized and issued, 40,000 shares 400,000.00 400,000.00

Automotive Mechanics: PT.ridnCHa1T7J, E.James Inc. Surplus ; 1,100,000.00 900000.00

Wednesday and Thursday from 6- 'O. R.' PORTER, JR. Undivided profits 200,018.48 148,941.74President
9. p.m.' at State &: Main Street; ,Westside Atlantic, BankJOHN ,I,. .) Reserve for contingencies' -', .01,700,918.48)- -0-

Auto Body RepairWednesdayand : H. ROGERS Total capitalCapital I., 1448941.74
Thursday, 6-9 p.m., State &: PTeidcntRoQeMUZUlcCo.' '..' .$33.931,0371 26828147.78
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.' Main Street; Art-Oil Painting:' GEORGE:.E. UTSEY, JR. :;' /'''V< '. ,
." Inc. *M.'-4 share ; 42.52 36.22
President, Utsey"s equity per
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Executive Vice-President. The .
shop: Wednesday 6-9 p.m., NAS Jacksonville a 'I; ,';?- .
Hobby Shop; Speed Reading: :: ;4N {'t 1 A' ','

Monday, 7-10 p.m., HlOOO, Rm. : .. .
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Flying Cross and the 2nd thru 12 Strike Flight Awards by Captain D.F.

f.A e AQ1 James Parker of VA-46 Mow, COMLATWING ONE. '
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CWO2 Phil May of VA-174 received some assistance from his wife
Linda with his new shoulder boards upon his promotion to his present
rank.The ceremony took place on 2 July 1973.

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ADJ2 Garcia of VA-174 extended Five Gunslingers were recently honored at a VA-105 Quarters
his career in the USN ceremony. Pictured from left to right are: AZ1 R. G. Brovarone,
I INDUSTRIAL BANK I when he reenlisted for FOUR AZAN G.J. Aull,ADJAN M.F. Bahen, AN T.D. Buchinsky and A02 A.
years, giving him a total of 17 R.Milligan.Milligan was presented the Good Conduct Medal while the
1 "The Little Bank with a Big Heart" V i years* others received Letters of Commendation.
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Large Display of Double! Wldes,
<, 12 Wldes and Expando Rooms Such as: In a recent ceremony held
$2250 $950 MARLETTE aboard the USS JOHN F.
CHECKMATE KENNEDY (CVA-17) AMH1
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170 CHEVROLET PONTIAC BONNEVILLE I I PEACHTREE Letter of Commendation for his
CHEVELLE 4 dr. sed., 4dr. sedan Polar White with I superior performance of his
Cameo White with Black Black Cordova top, auto M I duties while, serving- "a's the
Vinyl top & Black Int., auto trans, AC, P.S., P. .B. & A.M.] r. Airframes Branch Night Check
trans, AC, P.S., P.B. & A.M. Radio. Supervisor of VA-46.
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Jax If you retired last month, you can be thankful .)ir .:: ,'. '. H- c f
for Mrs. Billie J. ,r .'
Harris, selected this week as June's '
NAS Jax Civilian Employee of the Month. Spared

Under Mrs. Harris' leadership, on the normal monthly workloadof
Jax A major fire at the
the Personnel
Actions Branch of approximately 500 'in-service'
National Personnel Records
the Civilian Personnel "
Department personnel actions.
Center (Military Records) in St. ,
counseled approximately To accomplish the overload,
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Louis, Missouri July 12.13
500 employees last month con members of the Branch worked
affected the records of
primarily
cerning retirement.For 198 time" hours. f4
"compensatory .
former Army and Air Force
the 235 who elected to Mrs. Harris planned and -
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retire, the Branch took scheduled J"f' I
the this unusually heavy '.''i.. Records Management Division in i I.
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necessary data to prepare the workload, "trouble-shot" the _! .. : 1 Washington. i.
formal applications for problems which arose and spent o. ,. I I II ,

retirement and made sure that many hours at home personally ;. "'1 .( ..\.. I If Comparatively few records of
those employees qualified for the performing thetasksnecessary to former Navy, Marine Corps and
6.1 percent increase were off the purify the data in the Personnel '- Coast Guard people were lost.
rolls by June 30. Automated Data System for the 1 ..... \! ,r1':
In addition, these employees implementation of a revised 1c:{ Although the full extent of the

handled the employment of about system on July 1. ,.;,,;., damage will not be determinedfor
150 summer work employees. According to Mr. Cascone, .... .. .4/ < a number of weeks in view of
According to a letter from Mr. "Through it all, she and her .,' "" ". the still-unsafe condition of the

Michael Cascone, Civilian dedicated employees maintained ," '.., ... <. ." ,.rT building, the best estimate of the
Personnel Officer, nominatingMrs. their cool and continued to ". ;. .. ,-".. r'. Records Division is that less than
.Harris for the honor, "These graciously provide the same ."" ,: ; <, "" ; ;. 5,000 records of former Navypeople
'extra duties do not represent: the efficient service which has ; ., ., were on the sixth floor
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total ,workload for the month. become the trademark of the .>;:t. 'J' where the fire was concentrated.
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Rather, they were super-imposed Branch." 4 (, Relatively little serious

damage occured on the lower
t Reservists Aid HospitalJaxThe VP-5 PICKS A PAIR-Due to an unusual deadlock decision, the levels.
"Mad Foxes"of VP-5 selected two Sailors of the Quarter for the period
from April through June. Selected were RM3 Richard Mashburn Most of the nearly 7 million
Naval Air Reserve (NARU) and the Selected Air Reserve (Left) and PN3 Ernest Cavender (Right). For winning the honor, both Navy records held by the Center,
; (Weekend Warriors) were called upon to aid the Naval Hospital. awarded 96-hour back to
men were a liberty exemption from all watches for some dating 1885, are
Saturday-and the response was overwhelming.NARU one month and a $TS U.S. Saving Bond. The squadron will be returninghere maintained the fifth floor, with
was called and asked to seek volunteers to donate blood aftera early next month after completing a split deployment to NS Rota, some stored on the third, second
serious auto accident Friday night had depleted the hospital's type-O Spain and NAF tales, Azores. and basement levels.
blood supply.
Within 30 minutes after the call had been received at the Reserve

unit, 25 donors had been found. ScSi !! !

" The response proved to be greater than the need, resulting in some >t .. BlondlngBoul..r.House .
donors,being turned away.
Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Centers|
:'i According to HM1 Raymond R. Carrol of the Hospital's hematology quality Phone 771.922a
lab, NARU was called because of its excellent response to a similar
.,l. emergency in the past. Every SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night is
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Jax -The following is a reportof Going through stop sign 4. : z $ i
motor vehicle accidents and Other Violations 30. : '
traffic violations for the period of ; .
9-14 July. Twenty-five drivers appeared I"I
Number Accidents before their COs. Disposition of
This Period 8. the cases included the following:

This Period a year ago 7. Six lost driving and parking,
Total accidents this year 244. _
privileges aboard the station for
Total accidents through this various periods; four were
period last year 215. assigned to complete an eight. \
Total number of days since hour course in remedial driving;
last injury in a motor vehicle none received suspensions; ....
accident G. fourteen ,, ,.
were given warnings; ;
Number of days since an injury two were dismissed; and five "
last year at this time 5. were fined (U.S. Magistrate). >
Number of Violations
This Period 41. Twenty-three drivers were
Speeding 7. assessed eighty-two: traffic i
Reckless driving 0. points. ,


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Without Advertising You Wouldn't Know! Commendation from Capt. William J. Vaught, COMPATWING 11, for being selected the Wing's
Sailor of the Quarter. RMSN Bludsworth was cited for superior administrative talents, initiative, i
dedication,military bearing and overall performance"indicative of a much superior petty_. officer".
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: .: 7tt Jax -The Civilian oaieteria is ",wee:&. reas, Great northern Apples, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, t
Beans, Mustard Greens. Fish.
located at Bldg. 2 on the j
southeast corner of Yorktownand Combination Salad, Tossed Mashed Potatoes, French i
Now YOU can install ycu own in-ground Ranger. All military and Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, 1
MARK SPITZ SPARTAN civilian personnel and their Cup, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Baked Macaroni and Cheese,
guests are invited to use the Cottage Cheese, Plain Jello, Blackeyes, Turnip Greens.
SWIMMING POOL. facility. Fruit Jello. Tuna Salad, Waldorf Sweet Potato Pie, Apple Pie, j
Breakfast is served from 6-8 Salad. Strawberry Short Cake, Assorted .
.' SAVE MONEY... a.m. and lunch is'served from 11 Peach Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Puddings. j
.I-;. (your hbor .. our tech) a.m. to 1 p.m. Boston Cream Pie, Assorted ThursdayAug.Z 3.
OR we install... This week's menu is as follows: Puddings. Minestrone Soup, Chicken Pan
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; : .. Cream of Chicken Soup, Boiled Tomato Soup, Fried Chicken, Rice,7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. 1
Corn Beef with .Cabbage, Baked Meat Loaf with Creole .Mashed .Potatoes, French j
I.. I'BID\ KINGSLEY AVE, ..'... "' .. Macaroni and Meat Sauce, 7. oz. .Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped ,Sirloin, Fried Potatoes, -Rice and Gravy, .1
PARK, FLA Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Fish. .i." Broccoli l \with. Sauce,*; Pinto 'ijj
: Mashed Potatoes, French Mashed Potatoes, French i Beans.Corn.,
Fried Potatoes, Rice an' Gravy,. Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple 'j,
Why Rent? Okra and Tomatoes, Green Lima Pie, Chocolate Cake, Assorted .
Beans, Baked Egg Plant. Puddings..
mm Combination Salad, Tossed Friday;Aug.3
We Specialize in Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Clam Chowder, Fish Almon-
Cup, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit dine,Stuffed Peppers with Creole
Cottage Cheese, Plain Jello, Sauce, Roast, Pork Ham with
Fruit Jello, Cucumber Mix.Pea Dressing, Corn Beef Hash with
MILITARY HOUSING! Salad. Toast.
Egg Custard Pie, Coconut Mashed Potatoes, French
., Layer Cake,Apple Pie, Assorted Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy
ft'p, "-"' Puddings. Stewed Tomatoes, Squash with
Wednesday,Aug. 1 Onions, Spinach.
t / .fi Vegetable Soup, Beef Short Almond
Cream
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II 1 If You Can't Ston Smoking, .,.. At Least Cut Down ::1

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I I What are the risks of smoking? The second major risk is emphysema Chronic bronchitis and emphysema by the baking soda from neutralized -

What do you do if you can't stop? and bronchitis which .is usually not many below; thus, 'in the smoker, any
The risks are a five to 40 times
wipes out your wind somewhere years away. tendencies to form duodenal ulcers
increase in squamous cell (the between ages 45 and 65 Worse, a chronic cigarette
are aggravated.
most common !type) cancers of Cigarette tar applied directly to cough mask! the early clues thata
I respiratory tract, including lip, the membrane between delicateair still treatable cancer is present. Obviously, we need to offer
tongue, throat, vocal cords and sac destroys the membrane The third risk is increased some help to the poor guy who relapses
lungs and of the esophagus. I leading to I large poorly ventilated complications, from infectious or can't stop. Out what? I
t have yet to see a squamous type emphysematous bags.The Irrita- respiratory tract; diseases. suggest switching brands.
of cancer of the esophagus in a tion, increased mucus and bronchial Colds go into the sinuses and The difference' between a low

non-smoker in,this country., spasm makes it tougher to lungs, of smokers. They get tar, low nicotine cigarette and an
(Russian boiling tea drinkers move air out of the lung and increases pneumonia whereas the non- smokers with similar problems. average cigarette is five to one.
I J along the Volga and the Japanese the pressures in the irritated healthy bronchial tubes Buerger's' disease seems to be You can smoke 20 low tar and
have high incidents" without fragile air clear themselves. 1820year
sacs. can Even particularly affected by smoking. nicotine cigarettes for four average
smoking.) A "smoker's" cough means old smoking student nurses Don't let
cigarettes. advertis
4 Speaking of the GI tract, nicotine
4r L lose twice as much-duty time as relaxes the lower esophageal ing fool you. Many of the highly

fI non-smokers. one'large popu- sphincter. This, coupled advertised low-tar, low nicotine
lation study, the death'rate from with coughing and air swallow- brands give you only a 2.to 1 advantage
PRICE SPECIALS OF THE WEEK flu was four times higher and
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Many a smoker has noted that his
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AT V8, PS, PB PW, Ftry air,4 dr HT diovascular deaths, particularly aftermeal ,cigarettes give him Periodically, the Federal Trade
.: '69 DODGE DART '850 sudden death, presumably due to heartburn.I Commission (FTC) publishes a
,i 2 dr HT,std..trans., 6 cyl sudden abnormal heart rhythms.Not feel that smoking is bad for rating list and you'll be amazed at
'PONTIAC 'll95 only nicotine, but carbon both gastric and duodenal ulcer the difference between the ends

10 pass. wagon, AT, V8 PS, PB R&H, pwr. seats, PW, luggage monoxide plays a role. patients,in initial occurrence and of the scaje. It is hard to go from
rack, ffry AC LOW MILES.1 OWNER-REAL NICE Some 600,000 die yearly from subsequent recurrence. 20 to four cigarettes,but switch
'48OPELKADETTE '685 heart attacks and about one-half Among 20 women with gastric ing to one of the two or three very
2 dr.sedan,4 spd.4 cyl, R&H AC '4. of these before reaching the hos ulcers 19 were moderate to low tar-low nicotine brands does
''CHEVY IMPALASS I 108S pital.-Survival in heart attacks is heavy smokers and the 20th was just this. I look 'upon these
2 dr., HT,AT V8 PS PB R&H,tape deck&factory air clearly several-fold better in the on high dose aspirin. It has been cigarettes' for the smoking addict'',
'66 VALIANT SIGNET '630 nonsmoker.A found that cigarettes reduce the like I look upon methadone for
2 dr. HT, AT, 6 cyl., R&H recent study showed that pancreatic secretion of bicarbonate heroin addicts.So .
'65 CHEVY MALIBU ss '250 smokers with known heart artery (baking soda). the motto should be, "If you
\ Conv't, AT, V8, R&H disease driving on expresswayshad The dudodenal bulb receiving can't stop, switch."

1 more EKG changes recorded

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Personalized Services, Department and Cdr. Donald F. Springer, Navy-..Exchange Officer, look over J
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Assistant Students start Phase n gology, psychiatry and family i' .Jj1
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Before starting Phase IL the the Physician's Assistant wfll be 4 ;:;; ": .:.
students will have to .,.
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year of instruction under Phase I care, selected medical ; ,:
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Program at the School: of HealthrSbepQatd He wfll still be under the direct. or
Care Sciences, indirect supervision of a i-T'
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While in Phase H the Physician professionals in the coming .- ," ..
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Jax- The Jacksonville I
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representatives from tenant commands, wives clubs

and other interested organizations, plus the Navy Exchange .
and Commissary department heads. -

These representatives are YOUR liaison with the ?
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you have a complaint or suggestion, give it to one of .
the Board members or put it in one of the suggestion d NSiiiw YI

boxes located in the Exchange or Commissary Store.

If'you do not receive a satisfactory answer from the s

facility concerned, contact the manager or Officer in

Charge and they will give ,you assistance. : .

Patrons are advised to use their representatives to 4.

keep store' personnel aware of what YOU, the patron,
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Showing Discrimination Air Force

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I, Isn't Always WrongAccording r i.\# a x"t Reserves

to Mr. Webster, discrimination is "making or perceiving
differences and distinctions; a showing of personal favoritism in treat- Visit Jax
ment." It's a personal characteristic. One that can invoke a sense of
pride-a person of discriminating taste.
Discriminating between things is acceptable. Discriminating be- Jax-Some 300 members of the

tween people is acceptable. That's right, it's acceptable. The militaryhas 155th Tactical Control Group of
done it for years-NCO Clubs and Officer Clubs.Each of you shows uIrR the Georgia Air National Guardin
"personal favoritism in treatment"among the people you call your close :fk. Savannah arrived Saturday for
friends.So their two-weeks summer en-
what's this big fuss about discrimination?Well,the acceptability of campment.
discrimination quickly ends when it is based on race,sex,religion,or national Thirty-two officers and 94
origin. When these"things"become the basis for"making differ- airmen from the Group will be

ences," "personal- favoritism,". then discrimination is not acceptable.Not # here and the rest will be at Cecil
now. Not ever.Discriminationthe. Field.
wrong kind-exists in two forms; obvious 01 .,t They were joined here by three
overt discrimination, and subtle or covert discrimination. You don't see :: officers and 95 airmen from the
much obvious discrimination today. The laws passed in recent years 226th Mobile CommunicationsGroup
have taken care of these things for the most part. The signs on the re- MOVING UP THE LADDER-CW02 Fred A. Drama| (Center) is from Gasden and Mont-

stroom doors: Men, Women, Colored. The "White Only" motels, hotels promoted to his present rank by Capt. William Carrier, NATTC gomery, Ala. in setting up a
and restaurants. skipper, as CWO2 Drana's| wife, Sandra, looks on. Mr. Drama is tactical air control system in the
These laws have also tried to erase the subtle discrimination. And to Division Officer for the Aviation Electricians Mate"A" School. Florida-Georgia area. Cecil Field

! some degree it has been successful. But subtle discrimination is a very will be the two-week home for the
difficult thing to eliminate.. It's difficult because everyone does iteveryone..Each Cdr. BillstoneTakes remainder of the 226th's 225
: : of us has,does and probably will continue to some degree members.The .
.1 to discriminate because of race,religion,sex or national origin. Be- field training exercise,
cause everyone does it, certainly doesn't make right. If you disagree Helm At RNMCB-14, called-Sentry SOUTHTACS,. is
with this, try being on the receiving end of discrimination some time. headed by Col., Creighton L.
You'll quickly get the point. Rhodes and will involve I '
area
Jax-Cdr. Donald L. Billstone Cdr. Larsen served three years
Many of us don't realize that we do discriminate.We say and do things surveillance and aircraft I control.In l.
the battalion's skipper.DuringCdr.
(CEC, USNR-R) has relieved as
that are discriminatory without knowing it. Without knowing it.That's
addition to the local 1 exercises -
John T. Larsen (CECeach of these three years the
where most of the problem lies,lack of knowledge.The more you know the 129th Tactical Control
USNR-R) Officer battalion received the best active
as Commanding
about people around you,the easier it is to accept them for what they really of Reserve Naval Mobile duty for training evaluation of the Squadron (TAC) and Flight from
area person. When you look at everyone as a person and know
Kennesaw Ga. will set a
Construction Battalion (RNMC- 18 Reserve Naval Mobile Construction up
them as a person, then you can intelligently make a"distinction"about
BM4) in ceremonies held here. Battalions in the United Control and reporting post at the
them.But base that c distinction on who and what they are,not somethingover Savannah Municipal Airport.The .
Cdr. Billstone had States.
which they had no control.Such as race or sex.Don't judge another previously
129th TAC Flight also will
held several billets within the In 1969 the unit received the
just because they are different from you.It would be a very dull world if battalion most highest overall evaluation. establish a forward air control
recently as
we were all exactly alike. Executive Officer. Prior to his Cdr. Larsen has been assigned post at Hunter Army Air Field in
Different isn't wrong. It's just-different. present billet, he served on the to the Third Reserve Naval Savannah. The 115th Tactical

Third Naval Construction Construction Regiment, Control Squadron and Flight
Regiment Staff. headquartered in Tampa. from Dothan, Ala. will set up a
control and reporting post at Fort
QUESTIONS I ruUngGa. '
The exercise will be supportedby
BLACK ARGUE MR. INDUS flying units from South

ABOUT LOANS? Carolina, Florida and Alabama.Theniove' .

fntsriy fns eR Ans... by.the"155th'Group
11w. will involve" ''dismanteling and
WEIL THEM.No j
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reassembling some $60 :million
worth'of computerized.radar and
( names. No r sales pitches.) r communications equipment. This

will be the first time the Group

Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on ...... .- has undertaken such a move with
your mind-about. payments, rates, anyt ing. For quick, .ITaro the new equipment. ..,
courteous;: answers, call us today. We won't ask'your nameor
talk shop unless you want us to. Jax 86

Dial FinanceWe KEN

don't want you to like; us just for our money. TEXAS SIZE DRINKS
MORRISNow
HighlightsJax
.,' 40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 playing _
5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895 : .89
BARHOUND LOUNGE up
Mrs. Kenneth Stratton,
4721 San Juan Ave. 384.2314' Loans to
demonstrator for
a cosmetics
1436 Edgewood Ave..West; 764.2583 $600
2059 Standing Boulevard Phone 387-0491 firm, presented the program at
the July, social- educational
meeting of Navy Wives Club of
America (NWCA) Jax 86.

Mrs. Dwight LaMar, Mrs.
ATTENTION NAVY PERSONNELDoes Howard .S ha,) Mrs. Jim 'Scully
and Mrs. Ray Shafer served as,

: j j your checkbook have RENT PAINS? .." : models Guests for for the the evening.meeting were

S ? iiinumiiiiiiUHuwttniMiiiiiiiiimimi Mrs. Jim Brink, guest of Mrs.
( Conrad Hardy; Mrs. Bill Brabbs,
I If so see the deals at sister of Mrs. Richard Balling;

and Mrs. Ron Novak, sister of

5, COLONY. and FLEETWOOD mobile. homes! Mrs.The LaMar.club voted to present

''Harry McAllister a Certificate of
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CENTRAL AIR INSTALLED AT COST! Club's income tax. A no-bake
toO .It bake sale was also held at the

o\.Ott, A jl'N fr V FEW CHOICE LOTSl0 meeting. .'

0 ,)/ .tI.I\A//VZ kNt"\A. Z AVAILABLE! Members are asked to bring
r ea' donations for the white elephantsale
;" fr.c..q gX65 r to the next meeting or to the
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pll\ Electrlcv '8. .:. ..? PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
!, 6\ ...639 s Extends to You a Cordial
$ Welcome
m Sunday to All Services

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I Ads arriving should too be late mailed for this to arrive deadline not will later b4t than Tuesday.for publication the. following. Thursday. Ads ,* SPEED QUEENEQUIPMENT :; '
published the following week unless the In.
strutted publisher is :
otherwise. 1
A check
or money order for the cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy. -
RATE: minimum charge ( I d6' It :
C3llnes'.S2.00 WATER..1 .1-
Peraddllonal line (4 word per line) ...SOc RAIN SOFT :
to .
Mall : HOLT PUBLISHING CO,4747 SAN JUAN AVE.,JACKSONVILLE 32210 .

--- r HERLONGand FOURAKER ROADS V' "
4'X I' UTILITY TRAILER

,""', "y.; 1 In Good Condition, 650, 16" Jeep BE YOUR LET YOUR DOWN RENT PAYMENT Hours: 7 a.m til 10
Wheels, 772.2573 ask for Mr. Pounds.
TEMPORARYJOBS DEPOSIT REQUIRED
FOR NAVY WIVESAll SUMIT MOBILE HOMES p.m.'j'
office skills needed. Long and COMPLETE SET OF 5210 Phillips Highway,733-9427
ENCYCLOPEDIASBought BRING THIS AD FOR $100.OFF
short assignments. No fee. We Pay
in Calif, last year. Sacrifice ,
You.
XTRA HELPERS-3t6-S1$' $125.00. Includes A.2,2 Dictionaries, 3 12'XiO'TIFFANY T ;
cookbooks, 2 health guides and book. 2BR., AC, Semi-Furn, Excel cond., t
MOBILE HOME SALESMAN case. 772-9584 after 1200.: 3645. Total. 772.1968. ,

High pay, short hours, part-time. 1tW .....,...... ;: d:'W' _
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Apply In person Mobile Home : "' '- { '7312X45MOBILE HOME 4

Brokers, 5887 Roosevelt Blvd Already set' up on lot, 3BR., central
WE
BUY A SELL
EQUITIESCall Air, Hi Bath, carpeted, loaded In. .
us for quick service 7rre
Morrison eluding washer, dryer, & Dishwasher;
I.Taylor, Inc.
TRANSITION OPPORTUNITYWant off 103rd Toward Cecil$ $600. Assume
2 men to train as Auto Parts 771.3052 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. loan 771.4713, after 7:00 p.m., M.F.
717.3864 I GIef1JRiIJ.IRl11J
Store Managers under
project tran Anytime Weekends.
sition. One opening Is in Gainesville &

the other is in Tallahassee. Top pay & TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE r 1
C ,. ,;0
benefits with '
advancement op. Two up to twenty acre Tracts 5 mile 1
por tuns ties. 389.1644. radius Cecil ,Field & I 1.295 $2,000.00 to 72 KAWASAKI 350 THE AAMCO WRITTEN CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEE

3000.00 per acre. Prices are far 3-Cylinder. 52 H.P, Less than 4,000 This transmtefon has been rebuilt by the licensed AAMCO
NAVY below near-future values. Call Art miles, EXCELLENT' CONDITION..
Part-time lOb, flexible hours, leads to Laughrun, Ret. Navy Chief 389.5514. Set AI Swine, DuPont Terrace Apts, Dealer issuing this certificate utilizing the AAMCO "CAR
career, 7213600. Eve 771-7441. Apt. 34, Anytime. 6916 Old Kings Rd. OWNERSHIP" Assembly Set. Thl certificate guarantees the

WYNNE REALTY FLORIDA South. transmission and torque converter (if your car has a' torque

WELCOME WAGONINTERNATIONAL Realtors SpecialistWE converter) against failure of material and workmanship. It will

BUY EQUITIES BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY be honored by any licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer for as

Hostess positions available. Pleasant Louise T. Bailey Used VW's, Compacts 6564, other foreign long as you own, this car provided that It is delivered to any
makes. Astro Motors, NormandyBlvd. .
career, flexible hours, excellent Broker 771.3605 781-4978. licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer In the United States ;
earnings, ear necessary, for Interview annually fur service-within 30 days of the Service Date Indicated
contact: Mrs. Fry, Thunderbird CALLA SHIPMATEJoe "
Motel 724-3410. Ropiak (RET Navy) GIVE ME YOUR CAR below. The charge for annual service {is $13.75 payable at the \ -

Licensed Real Estate Salesman With clear title and take over time of service, and It covers the replacement of transmissionfluid

NOW HIRING Representing payments on 1972 Pinto Squire. 772- and all preventive adjustments. .
,EXPERIENCED ORIENTAL Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors 9584 after 1200. ('
WAITERS&WAITRESSES Home 781-7715 Office 771.9513IN e FREE TOWJNG at no extra charge 6NE DAir, SERVICE available In

Soon to be opened Jax's most unique, NO CASH NEEDED most eases a FREE 19 point Multi Check FINANCING available if,
luxurious, super plush night spot, REAL ESTATE MATTERS Assume 1967 DODGE PU, Standard. necessary with approved credit. ,
serving only the finest In exquisite, Call Wayne Shrum V8, with 1969 Kamp King Koaches
gourmet, oriental qlusine, needs a Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors Camper self contained, Truck 'like ARMCO TRANSMISSIONS .: >>
staff of oriental waiters & waitresses.This 771.9513ADAIR new mechanically. After 5 p.m. 786-
Is a fantastic opportunity to workIn 5371, 84pm., 772-2379, Lucas.
the most exclusive & elegant REALTY 5300 PHILIPS HIGHWAY 737.3535
restaurant in North Fla. If you can Call Associates '
please call 3551041. AI Royce 1970 VW SEDAN 1639 NORTH MAIN ST. 355.7671
qualify
Ralph. Latiner Rebuilt engine, new Insp. sticker
Fred ClineUSN'RETIRED light blue, $1100.,772-2375 or 2646055. '

., d t_.,$2S8AMONTHa .._ .. 1
34 Yr..old company ,expanding in, 7715877' ki '72 PINTO "1j
Orange' Park area. Men''& Women f@ 4-Spd, R&H, 2000 c.c. Engine, Payoff j

needed High school to work-diploma 4 to &5 nights car necessary.a week. i\ t j L MM*w .. ;AM,,x /''tORANGE 1 $1650.. Day 3556159 Night 3960715. Big Chief Say.. 1

For Interview call 264.764)) PARK '72 MUSTANG
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2BR., Apts. turn or unfurn., Dishwasher 351, 2 barrel, w.PS, AC, tape deck, 8 FREE FRONT
; .11 Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth Mag Wheels, 771.3211, Ext. 311.
: Apts., 77M405 or 771-3355
i WHEEL ALIGNMENT
A recorded message by WILMAR APTS.

SCOTT EDWARDS 2BR., Furn., water, sewage & gar.
Tells you how to be a bage, parking cars, small children, 1964 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE i WITH PURCHASE OF
4Dr., White,. EXCELLENT CON. I
DISC JOCKEYCall
small pets o.k. $125. mo., Washer
DITION, PS, AC. PB, AM.FM radio, '
3552944 any hour. Approved for $8.00, 387-2541 or 387-0744. 4 TIRES ON ii
veterans, Columbia School of PRICED TO SELL, Wife's car Chief I ,, ,
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not HOUSE FOR RENT-ORTEGA HILLS Sowers 264 7038, or work 772-2540. :' 4 PLY HEAVY :

affiliated with CBS. Inc. :Course by 3BR., 2B., Central Heat 8. Air, $275.
home study 3550264. Pr
SACRIFICE DUTY NYLON '

LUXURY EFFICIENCY APT. 1969 Harley Davidson cycle, 74, 1200 ( It __
AIRELITEINDUSTRIESOFJAX For batchelor, now being redec., ww c.c. Rebuilt Engine still under
Fabrication rescreening' window carp., AC, very nice, see all day Sat. warranty. A-1 Condition. 7332365. 'n.'y ':SS.'o t: '
& pool
screens, screen doors patio
at Lennox at Kingsbury Ave or call
enclosures, aluminum roofs & car.
1972 CHEVELLE MALIBU2Dr.
.
387 3662 aft. 5pm.HYDE '
ports, free estimates. Owned & ., Hard.Top, Vinyl top, all. power : 4 <
operated ,by: Norman T. Abrams PARK ESTATES and air cond., low mileage $2895. 733-

USN retired, Paul, 'TInneV;' .' ,.2568'.- EdisonAve..38..t12.c2i' Very nice 18. 2 Bedroom, CH&AC,ww 2365 or 744.4832.
Shag carpet, no pets. no singles. 771

7902. NO CASH NEEDED INOCREDITNEEDED
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LIVE CRABS I" | "

Wllford's Fish Camp ORANGE PARK E2 and up, 18 yrs.or older. 5F.E.T.from
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: 2BR duplex furn.,. AC. 5 mln. to NAS, 4
264 9707
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We can sell you a car and get complete I
cony. to schools. No lease required.Will t7lx11
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4575 I
financing arranged. 353 I
rent to bachelors. 264-6884.OMOBBHMRMB .

Room AUTO Units AIR, Central COND.SERVICE Units, Tyler J1 JANUARY AUTOMOTIVE INSTANT CREDIT I t.OCto2.le "
WHITE STRIPES 12.50 extra
only
Heating & Air Conditioning 4711 < 1171 CASSAT 387-2839 NO DOWN PAYMENT 1;
'Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388.5161. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK THE LARGEST LITTLE USED LONiTERM$ All Low Other Sizes Proportionately '

1Qtr. Mile No. of, NAS, Clean modern CAR DEALER IN JACKSONVILLE r FREE MOUNTING 1
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER trailer and apts. 3893007. DEALING IN EXCEPTIONAL FREE TIRE REPAIR
10 Like New. Take up pymts.' of $7.00 FOREIGN A DOMESTIC USEDCARS | 44 FREE FRONT END Y. .:. x..
per month. Rayfield's, 1970 TOYOTA 4-DR. INSPECTION
6437 Wilson Blvd., 772-8934 WEBUYANDSELLGOOD MOBILE HOMES Spd.. trans. R&H, $788. rREE TIRE ROTATION
803 S. Edgewood Ave., 389-0494 USED 1969 NOVA 2DR.
Phone 388-4619 AT, AC, PS, exceptional automobile,' I 4 Four 775x14 or 15 $55.80
GEORGE'S KENNELS. Clean $1288.
Dogs& Cats Boarded COLONY MOBILE HOMES 1970 MUSTANG Four 825x14 or 15 $63.80
Pick Up 8. delivery services since Sales 8. Rentals, 9359 103rd St. 6-Cyl., 3.Spd.trans. on floor $1288. / i'
1925. Grooming, training 8, Shipping. Photostating and notary service.. Call 1971 OPEL 1 Four 855x14 or 15 $71.80 r.i4 .
Visitors welcome. ,BankAmerlcard & 771.0375. '4-Spd. on floor, $1388. __ \

Mast Cassat ctiarge Ave. 8.honored Edgewood.Off 1.10 near TAYLOR'FOR SALE"CALAIS" 1 Four 885x14 or 15 $79.80 ..Ji
1970
5085 Edgewood Ct.,389-0864 12X60Mobllt Home,furnished,wall to We've Changed our Name /Four 900x1 $83.80 .'
wall carpeting throughout, 22,500 BTU but the SERVICE is the Sameat. .
TELEPHONE WAKE-UP SERVICECall Air Conditioner. $5,000; Contact, AE1 ....
781-9248 'Walter, Ext. 8447 at Cecil Field or call
After 5:30: PM 771-6756 after 6:00: p.m. weekdays.WINNEBAGO27' ::;:::;:::m --:;:: =::;::.-: ::::

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IS FT. BOAT .

55 H.P. Chrysler OutbOard. Walk thru, Motor Home, self contained,'sleeps Ir I t iof\... )r"' .DA a
old, $1500.
windshield, trailer, 2 yrs. Roof AC., Full Bath, many extras. s14 ,
2649870 or 7723531. Ask for Mr 5207 Eulace. l.l.9.c9 ,
be seen
Can }
Breeding. 772-9308 6r 771-5683 =:. <>. edt$: .y.S i4
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MOBILE HOME FOR SALE BLANDING BLVD.
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Bed $4500
Single Bed $15.. King 2BR AC, utility
Beautiful 12'X60'. PHONE 771-8244
Aviation Greens 42L $45.00..Call Mrs.
washer, dryer. Must see 772- '
shed.
Cheek at 264-3165 (or Ltjg| Cheek at ,
9500.
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: Fo-vio.wives in fostering better human relationships.Since 1967, when the award was first established,the response from the I'/j
mi Hi.. military wives around the world has been outstanding in its rapid growth of the wives being nominated. Each: Senkc
conducts preliminary competitions, with the winner announced early in March.The five finalists(Army,Navy, Marine Corps,
Air Force and Coast Guard)participate in a number of events prior to the selection of the inner at the annual awards banquet i in
Washington in May. Shown above from left-to-right are: Mrs. Wilson L. Harrell, wife of the originator of the award;
f%,"'':;res. man Charles E. Bennett ((1).lorida. ); Mrs. Martha Pennington, Military Wire of the Year; TV personality Art AWl DONALD C. STEELE .
I irl f HteiTvand Wilson L. llarrell.Savings.
shipped over for the third time at AEC JOHN F. JACKSON

VP.I4. raised his hand for four more
years at NARU Chief Jackson is
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73 Corona 4 Dr. $1998 P.O.E. $2589 AE1 ,ROGER W.: MOHR, an
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71 'I uYOTA COROLLA S-W,4 speed, R&H' $1595
70 TOYOTA COROLLA SPRINTER 4 speed, R&H,' Vinal
Roof $1295
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72 TOYOTA CELICA ST Low ml,4 speed, R&H, Vinal v pt
Roof $2595 \ D00384.6461 THE.R .RRTmEnTI
69"DoDGE CHARGER R-T, AT, AC; R&H,' Vinal Roof, WITH .

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71 TOYOTACOROLLA2dr.4speed, R&H $1395 ,
71 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 cyl, Auto, R&H '.. $1995 .AnD '
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71 COROLLA SW"spd., R&H '$1595 GOOD LIFE' :
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71OPELSW4spd, R&H .. $1595
71 COROLLA COUPE AT, R&H V V $1995 6475 Roosevelt Blvd. Phone 384.6461 FROM "130. ,
73 CORONA dr. Sedan,AC,AT $3295
72 DATSUN Pickup Truck like new $2195 1505 Cassat Ave., Phone 389.1 184 Villa WO d

9 CONVENIENT JAX AREA LOCATIONS .
PLANNING A LEAVE? BUYING A CAR? IF 2045 Jamme Road,
-ty.Y from Jacksonvllle. -
Used Car Phone 389-6668 or 9Wl'SISIDF 10 minutes
YOU HAVE ,A NEED, WE'LL BE GLAD TO Out RooseveltBlvd. '

PROVIDE THE NECESSARY FUNDS.GENERAL Right on San Then
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I Hunting. For An Apartment.... ? Here's A Game- Plan. ... : I IFor


many members of the you prefer, start looking. first living room.Bedrooms. them.Remember a lease is a legal Military personnel should in4 .y
military,there's' a big move acom- consult the base housing or billet should have two uninterrupted paper,an agreement between the sure that the lease includes a "
ing.For ing office in the particular area walls. You'll find thisa landlord and the tenant.A "Military Clause" which au-
some it will be just a move that you are in. necessity when trying to ar lot of promises are made in a tomatically breaks the lease ./
from the barracks to off-post If this office doesn't have any range bedroom furniture. lease.The tenant promises to paya should the tenant be required to
quarters while others will be thing that interests you, consult All rooms, including bath and certain amount of rent each transfer by the government. If
making a station-to-station moveto the apartment ads in the news- kitchen should have :windows. month.Also the tenant promisesto you didn't have this clause and
another corner of the country. papers. This will be hard to find, but look pay rent for the apartment for a you came down on orders after six
Some people have gone through for this feature anyway. Look for certain length of time. This time months you would still have to
the apartment hunting game before Take Time windows preferably facing east so may be from one to three vcar. pay rent ,
but for some this may be the Once you've located a few pos- you will have lots morning sun- ,I
first time. sibilities,take time shine. West windows get the afternoon I
your and don'tjump !! =.:;:::
Whatever particular situation '
your !
at the first one you see.Look sun, and you probablywon't I'JIf :: .
,remember first and foremostto .
for be there.
living room with long wall '" MAVIS RUSSELL ,.
begin,apartment hunting witha for sofa .... t
and
plan. Know what you're after. arrangement group ,} Ir : M at the piano bar '.:
ing. If the --
apartment should havea Monthly Cost COCKTAIL HOUR '.
Location is a key factor in .
your
dining area make sure that it is 5:00tir7p.m.Entertainment ;'
search. You should find something large enough for a 36-inch diameter Now that you have located the .; '\
near to where you are goingto Nittly
round or 34-inch square table. apartment that you want it is
work. The kitchen should have good time to consider the monthly cost
After determining the area that ::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
counter space and you'd be wiseto and the lease.Before signing any-
insure what appliances are thing take into considerationsome SPECIAL RATES
per person1RSERVICEMEN
supplied.A cheap of the not $ fQO
apartment can expenses you may \ double occupancyEntertalnm.nt
MERIT become expensive with a loan have thought of.
A Dine at Biser's Seafood .
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Nitely Quarterdeck Lounge
for and How much is it
payment a refrigerator going to cost to ,
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone Olympic
PROMOTIONSJax range. move from your present apart Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking."A
Closet space should be ade- ment?'Are any deposits required
The following positions quate for winter and summer with gas, electric and telephone ,
have been advertised, under the clothes.Get aa much closet Dace companies to turn on service? .wKIIIWIlEMOTOR
NAS Jax Merit Promotion as' possible; this is especially What deposit is required by- your .
Program since the last issue: necessary if the apartment new landlord: for security? HOTEL
Motor Vehicle Operator, WG-C should be without basement stor- It ,would also be wise before 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744

Open Continuously (Annct. SOTS age.The signing a lease to take it to the Within walking distance to all points interest' .
). bathroom sh "M be off the Legal Office and'go over it with

Claims Clerk, GS-5: Closing -
Date: Aug. 2 (32-73)( ; .
Social Worker, GS-10, Closing r .Y.

Date: Aug. 6 (33Supervisory- ); .
Medical '

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All career or career conditional *.; Work at night1t' .
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nouncements on the. official ...3 .' .
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,areas There,at least are once many a week. announcements : : Have extra days off

that are open
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Bldg. 907, Room 111-A.
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) 1. Turn off air conditioning in 11. Don't use excessive pre- .4j Jax A VP-56 P-3C "Orion"was

; ;w morning; turn on again in afternoon heat time on small electrical ap- : on hand for England's
:, ;: 1 after returning from work. pliances. I largest air show, the"Air Tattoo':

2. Keep air conditioner filters 12. Opening and closing re-
Crew II
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clean. frigerator door not only wastes
manded by Lt. Ed Sullivan,
3. Avoid using washers or cold air, but also makes defrost-
a static display of the"Orion"
provided
dryers from 2-6 p.m. as this is the ings more numerous. hr
most ad-
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f peak period for energy consump- 13. Time dryers for only that aircraft
vanced operational patrol -
tion. period needed to dry clothes. Ex- s
!' 4. Heater pilot lights should be cessive periods of heat reduce s .
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turned off during summer clothing life.
I months. 14. Conserve hot water by Recognizing the popularity and '

5. Don't leave outside lightson. using warm or cold water insteadof effectiveness of the display,
hot where possible. Commander U.S. Naval
6. Avoid using power tools dur- t" Europe sent a message to the
all imme-
15. Repair leaks 7 iR
ing peak demand period. diately. Shut off water faucets CIM "Dragons" extending his per-
7. Set air conditioner thermo sonal "Well Done" to the officers
and valves tightly to eliminate ;
stat no lower than 78 degrees. and crew of TAC-11 for their
drips.
8. Shut down air conditioner efforts.

., when going on a trip. 16. Don't use your toilet as a
9. Don't leave windows or door trash disposer. Each time you The "Air Tattoo" is staged
open when air conditioner is on. flush a facial tissue or cigarettebutt each year by the Royal Air Force

i 10. Turn off lights in rooms not ,you use five to seven gallonsof Association of England
being used. water. The "Dragons" are currently
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FOOTBALL Sailing Championshipsthat The i
Communications -
SEASON COMING
UP are going to be held Slow-Pitch Softball team came 1i.

August 20-24 at NS An- out of the loser's bracket in the

Jax An organizational napolis. Intramural Playoffs last week to ,
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meeting for the Intramural Both events aren't far win the NAS Jax Intramural -"c' r _i\4 '1
Slow-Pitch title with an 8-5 win "
Touch Football off,. so now is the time to over FICEUR, their National :.1
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season that is'now close at think about them. League rival.Communications. 4 k t .1i

hand was held yesterday and FICEUR

at the Athletic Office. If INDOOR POOL CLOSINGJax finished in a tie for'second place :r
in the National League at the end '
you plan on having a team of the regular with .
season
The NAS Indoor "
and didn't .
you have a Pool identical 11-3 records. When the \ '
will be "
representative at the closed August two teams met for the first timein a I"

meeting, then you had 3-20 for repairs and the playoffs, FICEUR dropped -

better give the Athletic drainage. Communications into the loser's _
bracket with a 10-9 decision. .
Office a call at. Ext. 3239, Communications ,.,
BOWLING CENTERTO rebounded from
immediately BE CLOSED that loss to beat VP-2411.10 and
force a rematch with FICEUR.In .
FOOTBALL OFFICIALS the rematch, Communications 1973 Slow.Pitch Champions.
'
NEEDED Jax -- The Station beat FICEUR 5-4 ,''I

Bowling Center and Snack and forced one more playoff ...
SEE THE NEW
Bar game since both teams then had ,,
Bldg. 609 willbeclosed
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Jax- If you didn't make one loss apiece in the double- ROLLING
HILLS C-16 TODAY!
.the meeting. j,held earlier in July 30 through elimination tournament. ,
August 3 for lane resur- lli
the week for all
personnel facing and Malcom Dieckow, the Com.
pin deck
interested in officiating munications pitcher, was the big
during the touch football repairs. man with the stick in the

season, its still not too late championship game as he drovein
PRO FOOTBALL five runs and scored another.His .
to participate. Just give TICKETSJax biggest blow came in the
the Athletic Office a call at third inning when he cracked a

Ext. 3239 and tell them three-run homer to give his teama
you're interested. They: A limited numberof 5-3 lead. The lead proved to be
tickets are available at temporary,however,as FICEURtied
will be glad to hear from i
Special Services at $6.00 things up in their half of the
you. each for the Buffalo Billsvs. third as the result of an error anda

run scoring single by Calvin
'Philadelphia EaglesPro
SURFERS AND SAILERS Bishop.
1
TAKE NOTE football game being Ron Scheindel put Com- 7726 LENOX AVE. .

,,- played at 8 p.m. on munications back into the lead PHONE 781-1740

Saturday, August 4, 1973. for good in the fifth inning when
Jax If you area. surferor he send the L ,
If sufficient response is tripled to a run acrpss PATIO ; '
a sailer', theNavy has generated for this event, plate and then scored himself ona :

Something! coming up:for transportation will be double by Dieckow.Communications R DR LR, IA I i,,
you .*in the month of added, one :1'
August. '* arranged at a minimal more run in the seventh when a R T :iyFAM.

cost for parties throughthe Jeff Hergenrother doubled! and .RM. ., t
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The Navy East Coast service clubs. In- then scored on Dieckow's second R R 6.
Surfing Championshipsare double of the afternoon. -
terested '
personnel are MODEL C.16.
going to be held August requested to contact their When it was all over Dieckow's '.r ... p S13 u :

27-31 at Dam Neck, hero credentials included a You'll love the gracious front GARAGE
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respective single, two doubles, a home run ,
spacious entrance
Virginia. If you think that porch foyer
ther information.
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and in this
thehtlge family room
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model.The dining area and living I'
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$2S 000 to J
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t\ By Tom McGuckin : .

.: ,- INTRAMURAL GOLF EXERCISE ROOM AIMD'Staff ,{: 36 ,. -24 the July meeting held Navy. The Jacksonville Chapter
The summer-fall golf season The weight lifting room and the CPO 35th24th the 19th at the NAS Jacksonville membership! is draw from NAS
: will commence August 17 with an exercise room in the station gym BOQ 35 -25 Officers' Club, the Navy Jacksonville and Cecil Field.
'f t organizational meeting at the are now two separate facilities. Dental 34 -26Comm. Management Association Meetings are held the 3rd
; station gym on 9 August at 1000. The addition oa brick dividingwall 34 -2628 presented CAPT Richard Thursday of each month for
: Activities desiring to enter this has made this possible. In GEMD 32 O'LOUGHLtN'with a special either a luncheon meeting with
league must be present at the addition, wall to wall indoor- CLAW-1 29 ( -31 plaque in appreciation for' his distinguished speakers or a field
': meeting. Those participants who outdoor carpeting has been installed NWSED 24 .. -36 dynamic leadership and faithful trip to interesting local area
do not have a handicap are urged in the weight room, AIMD No.3 '-'15' ", -45Weapons' service. Captain O'LOUGHLINhas activities. These functions '
to establish one prior to the the eliminating all mats. A new 14 -46 been a member of the JAX provide a means for exchange of
; first tee time. Golfers without Olympic, set of weights and TOP BOWLERS: Chapter of NMA since Sep management know how and
handicaps must play the first several new plates have been Frank Long 169-166-253-588 tember 1970 and during 1971 and techniques between Navy- ac
l round scratch.Handicaps maybe added along. with 5-10-15-20( pound Bob Samu 167-168-217-552 again in 1972 served as its past tivities and the Navy and Civilian
r \ established by three means; dumbells. Angel David 166.17B-Z00.542' President. NMA Captain community.At .
from the last league, from the Those not familiar with the Cliff Ball 187-164-187-538 BRUNSON cited CAPT the July meeting, Captain
Cecil Field Mens Golf weight room are. encouraged to Bob Anderson 192-153-168-513 O'LOUGHLIN for having spurred Douglas MOW, Commander,.
I. Association,. or by posting three make use of this facility; Bill Harden 174-180-148-502 the growth and membership and Light Attack Wing ONE
f 18 hole scores or six 9 hole scores. BOWLING CO-NATIONAL enthusiastically led a number of discussed "Management in the
e Supply Department, winner of AIMD N".1 49 -11 ATLANTIC bUWMNG management study projects.The Functional Wing" tracing
3616
NAMTD No.lVA45CPO's
I the last league,is the first entrant ADMIN 38th21th Navy Management development of management
i in the new league. Marines 37 -23 33% -18% Association is a civilian and techniques that are used to meet
r u Supply 3319 military organization dedicated the objectives of the complexA7E
VA 174 3220
'to improving management in the program of today.
Galley No.l 1 26% -25%
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High Series, Bouk-VA-174.595 ,
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ADJ Rick 1'': : :. ; -,

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Second In 1

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By Lt.John Sheridan "
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Jax -- ADJ1 Rick
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Johnson, representing : )
Patrol Squadron FIVE and :

Naval Station Rota, Spain, ,''_)::,..,....._1'.;.>'':'; :

recently took second placein .: i\ .,.: :>t 1

the National Field A. all day affair running as many there, I might be able to lend i f.
Archery Championships in races as possible to get back on some info 4
Hanau, Germany ADJI schedule. The new O'Days are The Atlantic Coast Pilot has
Johnson entirely unusable due to some useful information "
competed against
engineering defects and most regarding cross currents and ".;
both military and civilian likely will not be used at all this anchorages but is sketchy ;4
archers representing ten season.A regarding facilities. .,
European countries and rIT much neglected aspect of this We (Dutch Nix) found the ;,
Canada in the, meet. column is Power Boat items. standard charts to be extremely :;:
They have been a great accurate, missing only two f
For Naval Station Rota
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assistance in a good many eventsof markers that were on the chart ,
and Rick Johnson the ) sailing competition, most but not in the water, and finding ,:.
event was a first: Althoughhe : recently when two sailboats had an extra marker not on the chart. :'
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had taken top honors in to be'towed back to the pier aftera aD "

club tournaments, squall.
During the Power Boat Races
Johnson had never enter"ifd members of the Navy Jax Power
nor had NS Rota Boat Club reportedly effected two
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been represented, in an of the three rescues required.A .
international meet. A heartfelt "well done" and
thank !
Competition was keen but you
If anyone has an item of
when the dust cleared .<
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Johnson placed second in
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ADJl Johnson will : : I
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early August when the '

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+: : "Fliers Lose To Patrick :' <: ':: : '
III \ ; Three Still Involved :
: I
: Y Head For 6ND Tourney I

In Softball Playoffs '> :,
Jax-Last weekend proved to be Collins was the only man to : i. .
;1 a very unprofitable one for the cross the plate for the Fliers, -
: Jax Navy Fliers Softball team however, as they fell 7-1, in the Jax As the Jax Air FICEUR's loss to NarJax, in the mean-
r; I when they traveled to Patrick Air third game.In News went to press this Hospital forced them into time, had won their first
,. Force Base and returned without the fourth and final game of week only three teams the loser's bracket where game of the playoffs 8-1
", :; a win in four tries against the the series the Fliers kept it close NarJax. MATSG then lost to
to meet over ,
remained in contention for they were
Patrick team. but still fell short when they
I. J ,) The Fliers first loss came by a. dropped a 2-1 decision to Patrick. the NAS Jax Intramural The outcome of this game Hospital before. coming
;I 10-3 score. Patrick got things Jax scored first when the Fast-Pitch title with would then determine back to beat FASOTG and
t:' ; started with a bang when the first Patrick shortstop's error allowed Hospital, FICEUR and which of the two teams VW-4 on the way to their
''I ;' man up singled and the second Tom Tenhagen to score in the NarJax still having would have another showdown with FICEUR.
;,1 one followed with a homerun. third inning,but Patrick tied it up gamesto chance at Hospital in the Other games during the
'j 1 Patrick went on to score three in their half of the inning and play.
t., 'j I runs in the first inning, two in the scored another run in the sixth Hospital was the only finals that were to be playoffs saw VW-4 down
second and two in the third before while holding the Fliers scorelessthe team who remained unbeaten played last night. VP-49 15-8, the MarineBarracks
t I the Fliers got their only hits and rest of the way. in the playoffs with Before falling to edge MATSG 12-
i ,;I runs of the game in the fourth This weekend the Fliers will be wins over Marine Hospital, FICEUR had 10, VW-4 drop Marine
f I\ inning. The Fliers three runs traveling to Pensacola for the 6th
FASOTG 6-5 and Barracks 15-13 and
beaten
r Barracks 11-1 NarJax 8-5
; U were furnished by Jessie Naval District Fast-Pitch Soft- ,
: Balboa's homerun that came ball Championships. and FICEUR 4-0 VW-4 8-5. FASTOG beat VP-49.
t s t with Cliff Murry and Ron Sutton I
aboard as a result of a walk and a
1. single.In SERVICE AT
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'G singles,two of which came off the
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.I collecting 16 hits enroute to a 12-0

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singled in the seventh inning. I

Bultman Takes
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