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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: August 2, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
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System ID: UF00028307:00176

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assure you, the reader, of complete-up-to-date

Letters. To The EditorThe ; .: ..4-7;; information we are seeking your assistance.
Generally, the station newspaper is written, com-
pliled, made-up, etc., by personnel from the station
Public Affairs Office. Now we would like to make a
new Jax Air News Chief:
welcomes Letters to the change in that procedure.
Editor. If you have a gripeor You are right accordingto Notice in this and last week's issue of the JAX AIR
question or even a well OPNAVINST 11101.20. NEWS, we are publishing a WANTED ad for HELP. We
done, send it to: The This instruction requiresthat THISSPACE want you to participate in making the paper better, butit

Editor, Bldg. No.1, JAX a member must checkin .will take all of you to do this.
AIR NEWS, NAS with the nearest First off, all photographs for NAS Jax happenings
Jacksonville, Fla. 32212 Housing Referral Office.In must be coordinated through the Pubhc.Affalrs and Jax
Here is the first of many, fact, the sponsor's Air News Offices, Ext. 2379 or 3118. This does not applyto
we hope! orders will read "Contact the squadrons or other tennant commands. Please
appropriate Housing RESERVEDFOR continue to order your own photographer as you have in

Mr. Editor: Referral Office prior tocontracting the past.
In your article "Hunting off-base When you have a photograph to be taken, think up
for an Apartment", on housing," or words to that ideas on how you want the picture to be shot and pass
Page 15 of the July 26 Issueof effect. For information to these ideas on to the photographer. Be competitive with
JAX AIR NEWS, under those who are not aware of your ideas. Stay away from the old handshake, and
YOUR
the sub-head "Monthly what a "Sanctioned" area looking at the camera photos. If the man repairs elec-
Cost", you should have is, it is strictly an area tronic gear and is reenlisting,set up the shot in his work
mentioned that a military which discriminates area. Many ideas are out there-use them. Compete
member must check his because of race, color or LETTER.. against each other to have your picture idea published in
find against the Housing creed. Jacksonville has the New Jax Air News. When ordering a photographer
Referral Office "Sanc- only one such area at this through the JAX AIR NEWS or PAO, the ordering
tion" list, else he may lose time. Word to the wise! command or office is required to provide transportationto
his BAQ. Check in with HRO here at ." .' and from the place where the job is taking.place. If

TDCM H..M. BRIDGMAN the station. .' ... -' .. you can't provide transportation, please inform the
PINECASTLE EWRANGE person in this office when ordering the job. He will in-
EDITOR struct you of what must be done.A .
survey in this week's issue has been provided for you
(see page-3)) to express your views and to find out your
likes and dislikes. Also on the bottom of this survey,
The Jax Air News has 5 desks Who's That there is room to put inCOMMENTS.This is probably the
most important part of the survey. Please let us know
Wet Woman? what you have to say. Don't just complain..Do

w something about it! '
PRETTY CHERIMANGHAM- Guest Editorials;Letters to the Editor and associated
one of 14 NROTC girls who material from will the
you, be published in i1e future
underwent six' weeks of training
in the If have which feel needsto
0 with the Jacksonville Navy, paper. you a subject you
smiles, although sort of damply, be talked about forward the article or question (type
after being "dunked" on the written if possible) to the JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1 (Att:
parachute drop simulator. PH1 J01 Lucas) for review.. NO GOOD ARTICLE WILL BE
Bill Galligan was the fortunate DISREGARDED.
THE ARTICLE RAISES A
photographer to get this picture.
QUESTION WE WILL GO TO ALL LENGTHS TO SEE
THAT IT IS ANSWERED. We want to title this column
"Speak Out", so speak-out now! Each submission to be
published must include complete identification of the
0o UO oooow sender with military address. If you desire to remain
anonymous, indicate so in the letter and this will be
considered. Civilian employees are also encouraged to
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.. people NAVALAIR STATIONPROTESTANT submit articles for publication, in the same preceedingmanner.

If you like to write,draw,or take pictures,give us a call... .
Recently the "Hot Line" has been opened, but words
772-3118 or 3119We Divine Worship Sunday 8:30 a.m. from the Front Office have it that it is not being used
need people...FASTI' at All Saints Chapel. much This too, is another way for you to "Speak-out and
Church School 9:30
a.m.
Divine Worship 11 a.m. at be noticed". "Hot Line" telephone is Extension 2278
All Saints Chapel. (CAPT.)

12:30 Junior: p.m.Youth Senior Fellowship Youth If you know how to use a pen for illustrations or can
vJ A X A I Ft N E WS Fellowship 1:30: p.m. draw, take photos, write, or do anything in this field and
at Evening the Small Worship Chapel.7:30 p.m. would l like to become a Navy Journalist, you can be usedin
The JAX AIR NEWS Is q Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Public Affairs and
given on the job training. If you are
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station TuesdaySenior interested
Choir Rehearsal telephone Paul Lucas Ext. 2379 3118
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Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a p.m. at Bldg. 750 and ,
private firm.All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Christian Science Service 1
<(< must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS p.m. at the Small Chapel.
.: Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News .
Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 NAVAL HOSPITAL
Divine Worship 9:30: a.m
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or at St. Lukes.
r' "Everything advertised In this publication must be made READERS
;: available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to NATTCProtestant .. :
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: user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Building 500.
I f. policy of equal'opportunities by an advertiser will result in the CATHOLICSaturday
refusal to print advertising from that source. '
.. St. Edward's Mass 5 p.m.Chapel.at Any Suggestions : :
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Sunday Mass a.m. and 11 .
; concerning such should be directed to: a.m. Daily Mass-Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and What To Put Here?
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I :. 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 nesday the Naval Mass Hospital 11:30 a.m.Chapel.at I
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JAX AIR NEWS/LATWINGER READER SURVEY

In order to get a close look at what our readers like or dislike about the Jax
Remember the Jax Air News and Latwinger are for all hands-military, .
Air News and Latwinger the staffs of both would .:
papers appreciate your taking employees and their '
time to complete the civilian\ dependents. While it is not possible to please '
following survey. everyone we feel that an accurate poll of opinions can go a long way toward I
Last year's survey of the Jax Air News readership revealed that a majority helping us provide the kind of coverage you would like to see.
favored the the movies and club schedules, along with pinups. However because Take a paper home with you and encourage others to fill out a survey, too. If .
majority of opinions came from civilian employees over 30, we feel that the you find anything missing in the survey; please add them in the remarks sec
military populace may have been slighted. tion.

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) 7ia Broz, and ADJ1 Harterson received Good Conduct Medals LT P.O.
Hallan, LT Ig| B.D. Broslat and LT J.A. Lubrano received Strike Fliaht
ATI Pitehford of Attack Squadron One-Seventy.Four was recently '' 7 i, s y(t Air Medals.
retired after 20 years of active Naval Service. Congratulating
Pitchford is CDR M.G. Basford. CO of the"H. llra7or*."

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Marvin Highsmith of the Supply Department recently retired after ia ,
20 years of Civil Service. Pictured left to right is LCDR Nissen Marvin
Highsmith and Captain W.F. Quarg, XOat NAS Cecil. jOn
26 June 1973 four members of FASOTRAGRULANT Cecil, were

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Jax-Patrol By Lt. John Sheridan pressive 100,000 hour operations in mind. They 1 hazardous situations at inevitable they :will

FIVE celebrated Squadron safety record is ,presently have been unrelenting in both bases perhaps inevitably have an ac-
their
100,000th hour of unequalled by any of the their pursuit of safety another accident was cident. Yet, accidents can I
pletely accident free com- twelve operational patrol awareness and highly prevented. be prevented if all hands : :1:.
flying squadrons in the Atlantic successful in making Much of what has been are alert to these'hazards.
today Ens.
VP-5's as most John Byrne, Fleet. VP-5 has amassedthis every squadron member accomplished in VP-5 is This is not the end of an

designated Naval recently enviable record in realize that he is the the result of a positive era for Patrol Squadron
landed Aviator, twelve years of all- person most responsiblefor attitude towards safe FIVE, but the continuationof
one of thesquadron's weather operations in both his own safety, and that operations. If a squadron many more years of
nine multi- hemispheres. From of his squadron mates. thinks that accidents are accident free flying.
engine "Orion" aircraft,
here at the Jacksonville Iceland to Cuba; Crete to The scope of VP-5's .
Naval Air Station. the Philippine Islands, the safety program is quite y, t {YNLY':r..SSWr.Y..Yr. rarrxiS ,.

"Mad Fox" with hisominous broad, encompasing flight j y .tir THE ATTIC j
On hand to greet the hammer has been operations' ground N D r
". crew, which included Cdr. seen on the equivalent of maintenance and safe R DEMA a y... BOTTLE CLUB *i
Frank Woodlief, VP-5's sixty trips to the moon and driving education. Recent P ,

; Commanding Officer, was back without the loss of efforts by the departmenthave suAy H'e : Ft,i
Capt. William J. Vaught, life, injury, or substantial included an [NUR 1 AM
Commander, Patrol Wing damage to an aircraft. exhaustive safety survey ;' 9 P 1 r.BIDE

ELEVEN. Patrol Patrol Squadron FIVE conducted at each of VP-
Squadron FIVE has has maintained their 5's deployment sites. No

served under COM- position as the safety aspect of operations was
PATWING ELEVEN for fr- Sat Nit.Midnight .
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more. than twentyfiveyears. Fleet's VP community''' by investigation of ground, Modern, Music at its Best
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FRIENDLY, RELAX ED& This program received !
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:1 By J03 John Doose University said, "This program could have been a better cruise in

rl't Jax-Several of the female gives you an overall picture of any way.It is an opportunity that
what the Navy is and makes you very few people get. Everything r
NROTC midshipmen, who we did had value and don't thinkI
; recently spent their six week realize how much technology is would want anything differentif
t;:' ". summer "cruise" aboard NAS involved having a good Navy.I I had to do it all over again."
J i Jax, were asked prior to their am thinking about a career in When the question of whetheror _
f ;t departure to reflect on the events aviation but it is still to early to not any changes were neededin -i-' u _
1:;' of the six weeks. tell. This
\ past program really helpedto the program Deborah Wilson, !
When asked to chose the one fit things together after taking said: "There were some flaws : I
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thing they enjoyed most about the Naval Sciences courses in but I am sure these things can be
six weeks, Gayle Kreitman of the school." improved upon and will be in the O'LOUGHLIN HONORED BY LEGION Ralph Hubbard (CL) and
,e : University of Washington expressed Also expressing a desire to future." When asked to explain, Roy Chester (C) present Capt. Richard C.O'Loughlln, Supply Officer,
': t the sentiments of most of make aviation a career was she said, "There was too much with a plaque from the '40 & 8' in honor of his many contributions to
I r the girls when she said, "This Bobbi Baker of Purdue duplicity in the briefings and the Jacksonville community affairs.
: wholesixweekshzbeenhardto.A University. She commented. "I time schedule was insufficient at
) believe. It has been quite an really enjoyed the two weeks with some places. You either couldn't American Legion Presents
$; ; experience. I learned a lot about the squadron." Bobbi, who was spend enough time at a certain
'. I myself as well as the Navy, but I with VP-49, continued on to say, place or your spent more time
( couldn't pick out one thing I "There was more continuity in than was necessary." Deborah O'Louffhlin: With Award
r;" enjoyed the most because each those two weeks we were'with the went on to add, "These are just '-" ,
r experience was a new one and squadron because we weren't little things though and I found Jax -- Capt. Richard C. Society.
r: mere was such a broad spectrum just in one day and out the next. each thing in itself enjoyable." O'Loughlin, Supply Officer, The'40 &8'is an Honor Societyof
I t', of experiences." Lucy Young of Purdue Joanne Fletcher of Jacksonville added yet another award to his Veterans who hold mem-
I c A new experience for Cherri University boldly stated, "One University was the last one growing list when he received a bership in the American Legion.The'40&8'referstO40meflafld8.
'/ Mangham of Jacksonville thing I learned on our cruise on questioned and she seemed to Certificate and Plaque from the 1
t University came courtesy of the the USS Meredith was that me sum up everthing the other girls American Legion '40 & 8' Honor horses who were shipped around i
J : NAS Weapons Department She day was more than enough for a had said when she replied, "It Society for his "keen and active France during WW I on the .
said, "I enjoyed the weapons woman. I learned that women has been fantastic. I have gottenso part in community affairs." French Railroad in box cars. '
demonstration because was the don't belong on a combat ship and much: out of this program. It On hand to present Capt. Capt. O'Loughlin was chosenfor
first time I had ever fired a gun. learned what our fellow male has been just great can't thinkof O'Loughlin with the award were the award by the American :
Someday I would like to qualifyon midshipmen have to go through. anything else we could possibly Ralph Hubbard and Roy Chester. Legion Honor Society because of
a range." Lucy also stated,"I think it has have done while here." Hubbard is Chef de Gare and his outstanding contribution to
Renee Jeremiah of Purdue been fantastic I don't think it (See Page 12 and 13)) Chester is Commissaire. In- Civic and Community affairs i
tendant the local'40 &8'Honor while in the Jacksonville area.
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-VA Recieves Diploma


,;. I Let theWANT From G.I. Bill StudentSt. I

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Petersburg-After spending 4 Administrator of Veterans
Ji I& .ADS billions of dollars on G.I. Affairs, Donald E. Johnson said
award called to his
Education since World War II, when the was
Administration attention by Chief Benefits
the Veterans
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/ I 'TAI received its first diploma this Director Odel 1 W.Vaughn former
(. month. director of the St. Petersburgoffice.
r. G.I. Bill student William C. .
'. Vose awarded the coveted The ,diploma is inscribed,
honorary P.F.T. Degree to the "Upon the Recommendation of a
f I Vocational Rehabilitation Sectionof Grateful Friend The Honorary
the St. Petersberg, Fla., VA Degree of P.F.T. is Hereby.
Regional Office shortly after Conferred Upon Veterans Administration
receiving his own degree of Juris Vocational
Doctor from the University of Rehabilitation Section for Put.
Florida, Holland Law School. ting Friend Through University
0 Holland Law Center.
I The attractively framed Florida
diploma was Vose's way of expressing With Sincere Appreciation,
I II his appreciation for the William C. Vose" The seal has
I help and support he said he the words "Diploma Gratus"
'( -. received from the VA section that surrounding two clasped hands.
"t ILI deals with the special Vose served in the Army from
'rehabilitation and educational September 1962 to September
problems of severly disabled 1968 when he was retired for
veterans. Vose lost the sight in disability in the grade of Captain.
: Q' one eye and has disabilities Because of his service-connected
resulting from battle wounds. disabilities, Vose was eligible for
: i: -i -- "This is the most unique of the vocational rehabilitation throughthe
many expressions of appreciation Veterans Administration.
VA Offices have This program provides specialVA
received from G.I. Bill students, help for veterans who must
overcome physical disabilities.


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Navy Meets
RECOGNIZED Commander
I L. J. Barilla, outgoing Reserve
Commanding Officer of the
U.S. Naval Air Systems Command
Officials At NARF
Reserve Unit (NASRU-F1) Is
presented a Plank Owners
Jax-A Award from Capt. C. D. Ollpln,
representative of the
gathered for the Technical and commanding officer of the
Naval
Air Systems Command Logistics plans conference to Naval Air Reserve Unit here.
headquarters in Washington was discuss Venezuela's S-2E aircraft Cdr. Barilla was one of the
among a group of Navy officials original group which com-
program.
missioned the NASRU In 1958.
who met with
Venezuelan Navy '
The The Unit was at that time /
representatives recently at the Venezuelan Navy is known as BARTU 741 (Bureauof
Naval Air Rework Facility' NAS currently adding the defensive Aeronautics Reserve
capability of the S-2E aircraft to A Training Unit}. The Commander 4
Jax.The NAVAIRSYSCOMrepresentative its existent operational anti- had been affiliated
with the Unit since 1958
submarine servingas
Alfred A. Urban, forces. The S-2E will Instructor, Project
and Navy officials from mark the first significant air Manager, Training Officer and
Jacksonville Philadelphia program undertaken by the Executive Officer. He assumed ,;, .. ....,
.Norfolk and Quonset Point, Venezuelan Navy to augment command in September W '."Jo.. l ttt'a" ..... ".
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project manager is Captain M. '.
Rueda, whose past naval experience .n.
Time including command of L
submarines and qualifications as
a multi-engine aircraft pilot, has
Jax-According to the latest made him intensively aware of .
Chief of Information Newsgram the ASW environment.
((30-73)), "banked" flight hours for
reserves has been approved. The Concurrent with an extensive r %I
communique states: personnel training program with
"Reserve Aviators can bank CONUS and the basic aircraft tlr ,
time.The President has issued an rework program at NARF ?

Executive Order authorizing? Jacksonville, intensive l
inactive reserve aviation per- preparations are being made in
sonnel to "Bank" their flight Venezuela to establish an

time, required for flight pay, for operational facility from which ,-. <:v.>-' \
periods of up to five months. In the S-2E aircraft system will ... -
the past, only active duty ultimately operate. I
aviators could bank required
flight time in advance. The order

amends Section 104 (B) of Navy Personnel Alcohol Problems? Dial 2884eIong
Executive Order No. 11157, as it
relates to "incentive pay for
Strength FallingNEWSGRAM
hazardous duty involving aerial
flight." .
"Banked" time refers to the The military i
personnel strength of the Navy ii
number of hours flown in excess i
was reduced by 23,509 during the
of.the. number required per
month for the aviators to earn last fiscal year. Do ?

flight pay for that month." According to. preliminary i you
Reserve aviators are,,required figures recently.released by the
to fly two hours permonth to Department of Defense, there .
qualify. The amendment states, were 564,534 people in the Navyon !" .
"Hours of aerial flight during the June 30, 1973,including all full-
immediately preceding five time military personnel, regular
calendar months and not already and Reserve "
Navy serving on l :
used to qualify for incentive ti)
pay continuous active duty,as well as
may be applied to satisfy the the midshipmen at the Naval I Q
aerial flight requirements for Academy.
that month."
The new time-banking The total military manpower
authorization is expected to strength of the Department of
provide a savings in operationsand Defense was approximately 2.25 l
maintenance costs for million on the same date, down
reserve aviation units. some 70,000 from last year.

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I i ,!i i. Has Painful Gas .R Rationing Eased? i

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II By J01 Paul Lucas tinue operating. Exchange with the President's PhaseIII :: : '
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JAX .- The recent service stations that were project. These pricesare
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I It!I+ gasoline shortage, which going to be completely out in keeping with the 1 'l

(;tt',' resulted in the rationing of gasoline with the expiration Navy Resale System -

I''! and price regulation of of their existing Office authorization of

: : gasoline at Navy Exchange contracts will now be able relaxed pricing

I 1 gas stations across to get gasoline on a month regulations Navy Exchange

the country and also by month basis. prices are to be VH'p

i. threatened to cut off gas The specific amount of maintained at a level not
supplies to some of those gasoline for each station is to exceed four cents pei ,

., stations entirely, has been controlled' by the gasoline gallon below the price oi j
eased somewhat. supplier. In the case of comparable grade .

The CNO authorized NAS Jacksonville, it is the gasoline sold at the majoi

I exchange stations to ease Shell Oil Company. The oil company stations in the I

their restrictions at easement of the gasoline local area. Where independent -
least modify them. according does not mean that more stations arc ---

to their local gas is available. In fact selling gasoline below this _.

supply situation. The 12 NAS Jacksonville still hasa low limit, Navy Exchange

gallons per customer may daily operating stations may lower their
be eliminated and the allocation of about 11,500
prices to meet this com
NEW OAKLEAVES LCdr.
pricing restrictions may gallons. ,This explains the petition.On Richard Brown of VP-24 recently
be eased at those stations reasoning behind shutting : received his new oakleaves with
where adequate supply is down the only other stationon the construction side ;" an able assist from his wife
available. the base. According to a I Geneva.
of the Exchange ledge, it is
i r Navy Exchange anticipated that a new and
The Navy Resale
: spokesman, the gasoline is ..:
modern service station
System Office has been
not enough to
plentiful
able to negotiate two stations. This will be opened by April
operate
arrangements with the oil brings the point of the long 1974. Ground breaking is Without Advertising You Wouldn't Know!
companies to continue lines at the existing stationto expected to take place in
October of this The
supplying all exchange year.
i the foreground, and no
I with new station will be built on
t stations gasoline, ease is in sight for this"pain"
although the new the sight of the old NATTC
f in the near future.
arrangements are not the service station. So relief
t long term contracts of the Prices at NAS for the bottle neck long line WILSON

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Raymond Taylor Retires At Jax w



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By JOt Paul Lucas


; ', Jax-Raymond Taylor,Gardener 1
for the air station, retired here,
July 25, after more than 31 yearsof
: civilian employment. '

a Taylor first became employedby e r
the air station for 334 an hourin
rir February 1942 and has workedfor JUNE, HONORS-GSl Bobby E. Brown, Galley Captain Supervisorand
k' all 21 commanding officers Billie J. Harris, Personnel Actions Branch of the Civilian Personnel -
during that time. Department were named the Serviceman and Civilian of the
Taylor, a native of Jackson Month for the Naval Air Station. Capt. W.G. Sizemore presented both .
ville, is married to the former with certificates and letters of appreciation.
Miss Louise Waters of

Jacksonville They have one CONTINUING ....
daughter, Anttonett ((24)). *
"From 1 45-1951, we had our
l lI lY ftVITy: ?
own green houses (open shacks) !
located behind where the old i ia
hospital used to be, Taylor said, SPECIAL: ir
in reliving the past.
During his stay here Taylor
I estimates that he has grown and
planted at least 150,000 plants and
flowers.Mr. i
MR. RAYMOND TAYLOR, NAS Jax Gardner for 31 years holds
picture of Capt. C. P. Mason,Jax's first Commanding Officer. Taylor Taylor doesn't plan to do !

retired here July 25.TRAFFIC. much in his retiring years except, a,,
maybe, take care of his gar
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about two acres of planted ,I

VIOLATIONSJax ground. FROM OURPennsylvania (


commanding Captain W.G.officer Sizemore of the, House (Cj p: ,

station Mr. Taylor
presented
-The following is a reportof Speeding 9. COLLECTIONkLi
with a letter of appreciation for
motor vehicle accidents and Reckless driving 0.
his work.
outstanding
traffic violations for the period of Going through stop sign 5.
July 16-22. Other Violations 26.
Seventeen drivers appeared ? :
BH..L.tf PROOF
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Number of Accidents before their CO's. Disposition of
This week 3. the cases included the following:
This week a year ago 13. One lost driving and parking
Total accidents this year 247. privileges aboard the station; one t .' "
Total accidents through. this was assigned to ,complete an at
period last year 228. 'eight-hour course in 'remedial y I
Total number of days since driving; none received
,
last injury in a motor vehicle suspensions; four were given I ,
accident 12. warnings; two were dismissed; :,,'
Number of days since an injury nine were fined (U.S.
last year at this time 13. Magistrate).
Number of Violations Seventeen drivers were I ,1
This week 40. assessed fifty-one traffic points. t


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Red Cross came to the aid pain and other pertinent \ .

of a non-English speaking medical information. She kM..K

Japanese patient, who was also completed his menus
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Hospital from a Japanese day.

Cargo ship for emergency Mrs. Sparkman is the /"
surgery. widow of 1st Sgt. James L. f Y
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reliable volunteers, I \ci .
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graciously consented to Okinawa in 1969.. She and

act as interpreter between her three children, Kay 18,

patient and medical staff. who plans to begin collegein :

September; two sons, ':' <
Mrs. who 14 in ... ..:. .
Sparkman, Gary junior high ." ( '. ,'.
,.. speaks both English and school and Noah 11, in "

Japanese fluently, visitedMr. elementary school, are Mrs. Yoshiko sparkman converses with Mr. Tomgo Nishkura.

Tomgo Nishkura making Jacksonville their

daily, conversing with him home. For the past three
and thereby relievingsome years Mrs. Sparkman has Sikorsky Develops New HelicopterJaxSikorsky

of his anxiety and performed outstanding

making him feel more services to the patients as a Aircraft divisionof for auxiliary thrust for high euverability.In .
comfortable. Through her Red Cross Recreation United Aircraft Corporationhas speed flight. The first flight, addition, the ABC system
the medical Volunteer. announced the first flight of a which consisted of low altitude permits elimination of the con
interpretation new research helicopter, the S-69, hovering, marks the start of an ventional anti-torque tail rotor
(Army designation XH-59A) extensive flight test program. and its related gear boxes, drive
I I You Also Can HelpJax I using a new rotor system The new rotor system, called shafts and other components.This .
requiring no tail rotor.
the ABC (For Blade results in power saving,
assisted a Russian under Advancing
The Red Cross at the patient Sikorsky is building two S-69s
) consists of two coaxial reduced maintenance
Concept
requirements
similar circumstances.
Naval Hospital, is starting a under a $13.2 million contract
be If you speak a foreign languageand counter-rotating rigid rotors, and and increased reliabilityand
language bank so that we may awarded by the Eustis Directorate -
prepared to offer interpretationin wish to become a part of our U.S. Army Air Mobility has been under development at compactness, according to
future instances such as this. language bank regardless of Research and Developement Sikorsky for several years. Sikorsky engineers.
We now have on record HospitalRed whether you are a Red Cross Laboratory, (AMDRL) Ft. Studies indicate that the systemcan
Cross volunteers who speak volunteer, please contact Miss Eustis, Va. offer substantial advances in Rating Exams

German, Spanish, Japanese and Ruth Cooper, Hospital Field The first of the two aircraft, helicopter speed and man.We've .
Hungarian. Previously we have Director, at the Naval Regional which made its initial flight July Begin TuesdayJax
had a great need for interpretation Medical Center, Naval Hospital 26. a week ahead of schedule, is '
between medical 2218, giving your name, address flown as a pure helicopter. The
staff and non-English speaking and telephone numbers where second is tenatively scheduled to -This is no time to buckle
patients. A few years ago we you may be reached, if needed. be equipped with two let enginesPizza. but the SERVICE Changed.our the Name Same down studying for advancementin
at.... rating, but there is still time
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f | per visit, please. BLACK OLIVE; ". '". 1.23 1,SO 2 63 3 43 I SOUTHERN f
GREEN PEPPER 123 180 263: 343: I
>VALID THRU 11173I MUSHROOMPEPPERONI .. .... 1..151.110 295 3.95I

} NAME.' ...... ............ .,........ SAUSAGE BEEF .:::... .. ... ... 1.40 140 1.40 193 195 195 3.05 305 305: 4.05 405 405: I INDUSTRIAL BANK r
CANADIAN BACON ..... 143 2.00 310 4.10 I
I ADDRESS........................... HOT 1AEAPENO 1.25 180 263 3.45
V ANCHOVY .. 135 190 295 395 "The
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AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS V4 CHEESE M SAUSAGE 1.25: 180: 265: 345: a Big
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4420 Blanding Blvd. 772-8000 PIZZA INN SPECIAL 1.80 245 3.SO 4.75 :: Member F.D.I.C. ::::
1111 Cesery Blvd. 743-4' BEEF CHOPPED ONIONS 160 220 J.J5 445
PEPPERONI MUSHROOM 160 2JO 335 4.45 i
... 5222 Lenox Avenue 781-2642 PEPPERONI GREEN PEPPER 1.60 2.20 343 4.4J ,
SAUSAGE A MUSHROOM 160 2-20 tit 4.45 :::: Our Installment Loan Dept. Is Open,Until 4 P.M. :::
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Ads arriving should too be late mailed for this to arrive deadline not will later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads
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strucfed otherwise. A check or be published the following week unless the pUblisher Is In. B B H B MJL mmmmmmmm mrmm
money order for the cost of
the ad must be received WITH the copy. '

RATE minimum charge ((3 lines) ...$2.00 Per additional line (4 words per line) ...SOc NAS: Thursday"WILLARD",Aug 2 Horror NAS; Saturday"M.A.S.H.Aug" Comedy,

Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4747 SAN JUAN,AVE., JACKSONVILLE 32210 Starring Bruce Davison and Elsa Starring Donald Sutherland and.

Lanchester. "PG" (95 min.) Elliot Gould. "R" ((116 min.)

a ''Ij ,LUMBER & BUILDING SUPPLY GARAGE APT. HOSPITAL; "SHOWDOWN" HOSPITAL : "COMPANEROS"
Hrs.8A.M..9P.M.Sun.Noon.6P.M.RLT One Bedroom, Air_ Cond., $75.00 mo., ..
Western Starring Dean Martin
TEMPORARY JOBS 2357Oellwood Ave. Call for Ap- .
& co. polntment. 3984152. and Rock Hudson. "PG" (99 '.,
FOR NAVY WIVESAll 1930 Cassat,389.2686 .
office skills needed. Long and min.) Friday Aug 3 Sunday,Aug 5 .,:

short assignments. No fee. We Pay WILMARAPTS.2BR. NAS : "COMPANEROS"Action NAS: "DEATH OF A JEW"
AKCYORKSHIRE TERRIER PUPS ., Furn., water, sewage & gar.
You. 5 spunky ,little beauties, good bage, parking cars, small children, Drama Starring France Drama, Starring Akim Tamiroff
XTRA HELPERS 3U.5188 pedigrees, terms available Call small pets o.k. $125. mo., Washer Nero, and Fernando Rey. "R" and Assaf Dayan. "PG" ((99

MOBILE HOME SALESMANHigh Callahan 1.879.2546.MATCHING $8.00, 387-2541 or 387.0744.MURRAY (105 min.) min.) -

pay short hours, part-tlme. HILL HOSPITAL: "WILLARD"HUNTING HOSPITAL: "M.A.S.H." '

Apply In person Mobile Home SOFA & CHAIR 2BR, 1B., Newly decorated, WW
Brokers, 5887 Roosevelt Blvd. With additional chair, 7781385. Ideal carpet, some drapes, Conv. NAS &
for family room. IIAh '71 NEPTUNE TANDEM BOAT TRL.
Cecil. 384.7781.ORANGE M J w BOAT.
For 20'& Below
4' X I' UTILITY TRAILERIn Call 264.6040.
PARK DUPLEX
NOWHIRINOEXPERIENCED -FURN.
ORIENTAL Good Condition, 650, 16" Jeep 2BR., Conv. NAS, children welcomed, VEHICLE JANUARY AUTOMOTIVE
WAITERS&WAITRESSESSoon Wheels, 772.2537, Ask for Mr. Pounds. $165. per mo. 264.6884. 1966 Scott 800, 4X4. Full Top. LR70-15 1111 CASSAT 387-2839

to be opened Jax's most unique, S. B, Radial Tires. 37,000 miles Ph. THE LARGEST LITTLE USED

luxurious, super plush night spot, REGISTERED COCKER PUPS i! ," =i.JUSTISSTRAILER 3872483. CAR DEALER IN JACKSONVILLE
serving only the finest In exquisite, 3 Buff males & 2 golden females, DEALING IN EXCEPTIONAL
gourmet, oriental qlustne, needs a phone 398.4990 or 781-7741 aft. 6P.M. PARK 1963 FORD 2DR, HT FOREIGN & DOMESTIC USEDCARS
staff of oriental waiters & waitresses.This 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS Clean modern V8, 4Spd., No money dwn., Low 1969 NOVA 2DR. A

Is a fantastic opportunity to workin trailer and apts. 389-3007. monthly pymts. 3580881. AT, AC, PS, exceptional automobile,

the most exclusive & elegant HARDWARE Clean $1288.

restaurant In North Fla. If you can Hrs. 8A.M.-9P.M.Sun.Noon.6P.M. WE BUY AND SELL '70 PONTIAC LEMANS 1910 MUSTANG

qualify please call 3551041. RLT& CO. GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES Coupe. All power, AT, AC, 6-Cyl., Spd.trans.'. on floor $1288.
Sport
1930 Cassat,389.2686FENDERTWINREVERBAMP Phone 388-4619 Interior. 1911 OPEL
Bucket seats, Black leather
floor, $1388.
733.2365. 4.Spd. on
$1995. Phone
NAVY COLONY MOBILE HOMES A-l condition

Part.time fob, flexible hours,-leads to Sales & Rentals, 9359 103rd St.
Excel Cond., Must sell.
career, 7213600. Photostating and notary service. Call
A steal. 264-2012. 771-0275.

TRANSITION OPPORTUNITYWant WINNEBAGO27'-

3 Men to train as auto parts store AIRCONDITIONERSERVICEWINDOW Motor Home, self contained, sleeps 8,
managers under project transition. UNITS Roof AC., Full Bath, extras. MILITARYAUTOMOBILEMILITARY
many
Hrs. 8A.M. 9P.AA., Sun.Noon 6P.M.
available In Jacksonville,
Openings Can be seen 5207 Eulace.
Gainesville & Tallahassee. Top pay & RLT&CO. 772-9308 or 771-5483
benefits with advancement op 1930 Cassat 389-2686

portunities. 3891644. LET YOUR RENT
15 FT. BOAT
55 H.P. Chrysler Outboard, Walk thru- BEYOURDOWNPAYMENTDEPOSIT CIVILIAN

SECURITY GUARDS windshield, trailer 2 yrs. old, 51500., REQUIRED PLAN
PAYMENT
RATES MONTHLY
RETIRED MILITARY WELCOMEDThe 264.9870 or 772-3531, Ask for Mr. SUMITMOBILE HOMES LOW... ...... ............ ............ ...... ... ...................
.
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Breeding. 5210 Phillips, Highway,733.9422 .": ;.;;:". ;......." ....'...." .;;';';;0;';''"; .:.;.:;:;:;;;;;:::: :;: ;:::: : :: .. .
BRING THIS AD FOR 51OOFF.12'X60'TIFFANY !! : .MAYJ'ORY.
Jacksonville, Fla. Branch has im AMERICAN
mediate openings In Its security force. PAINTING INSIDE&OUT

Must be In excellent physical con Pressure Cleaning, minor repairs, INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE AGENCY
I.
2BR., AC, Semi-Furn., Excel cond.,
.
dition & undergo& fire arms strict qualificationtest. security investigation etc.(USN Call RET VAUGH) 388-1137.N,388.0405 or Tomlin $3,645. T9tal. 772-1968. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :.{:;:.:.:.:.:.:.:..}::.v:..:.:.;.:.:..:.:.:.:.:.:-:.:.:.:..:.

Salary $6700 per year with 10 .
YOU"Formerly
"TWO OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE
percent shift differential for night. "SMALL CHIHUAHUA PUPSA 197212'X6S' PARKWOOD3BR. : Insurance Underwriters f
Continental
work. Excellent company paid KC,6 weeks old, ., 1 B., CH, Elect. Range, Carpeted .J
benefits. Uniforms & equip provided tipout. Like new assume .:
133.8543JAL 6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD 2990 MA PORT ROAD ;
& cleaned at no cost. For informationcall payments. Phone 772 0931.
354.8211. Ext. 211, 8:30.4:30 P.M. fk} ESTATE r f$;; (Near NAS) (Near NS)
Mon-Fri. An Equal opportunity '7312X6S MOBILE HOME Phone 388-7676 Phone 249.5649
Employer. Already set up on lot, 3BR., central
WE BUY & SELL EQUITIESCall Air, 1% Bath, carpeted,' loaded Including .

us for quick service washer, dryer, & Dishwasher,
Morrison I.Taylor Inc. off 103rd Toward Cecils $600. Assume

ODD JOBS 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. loan 771.4713, after 7:00: p.m:, M.F,
Call 781.9248 771.3052 737-386
Anytime Weekends.
After5:30P.M.:
', ,.... .
TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo I['z ThATATION" j I
1-295
PARTOR FULL TIME
up to twenty acre Tracts 5 mile TAKE
Days Only,$2.00 hr. radius Cecil Field & I-295 S2,000.00 to '72 KAWASAKI .

781.1369 $3,00000 per acre. Prices are far 3 Cylinder, 52 H.P., Less than 4,000 .

below near-future values. Call Art miles, EXCELLENT CONDITION.See DIRECT TO
'
MEN PART TIME Laughrun, Ret. Navy Chief. 3895514. AI Swaine, DuPont Terrace Apts., ..
Cleaning Trucks, evenings Saturdays Eve 771-7441. Apt. 34, Anytime. 6916 Old Kings Rd. '. '\. .

& Sundays $2.00 per hr, to start. Call WYNNE REALTYOF FLORIDA South. :::::::::::::::::::::: :::;::::::::::::::: '::;::::::::::::::::::
2550264. Realtors Specialist r
BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY r
; ,::;; ;;; :::: Noa.-ANOY. a\.vD. ;::=
A LOT 104'X204' Used VW's, Compacts, other foreign t.
.
iL Cleared & fenced, near Normandy makes. Astro Motors, 6566 NormandyBlvd. ,

A recorded message by Mall,$650. dwn.,owner financing. 733- 781-4978. J

SCOTT EDWARDSTells 8543. ....
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NO CASH NEEDEDNOCREDITNEEDED o
z -::}:
how to be a
you EQUITIES
WE BUY
: :
DISCJOCKEYCall Louise Bailey E2 and up, 18 yrs.or older.

355-2944 any hour. Approved School for of Broker 771.3605 We can sell you a car and get complete WESTSIDE .OkO .s;:
veterans. Columbia arranged. 353.4575.1946CADILLAC aI
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not financing :::: CECIL : .5 py.ilElD ::
by CALL A SHIPMATEJoe .: :'f'. C :.:.
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course DEVILLE :: O:
SEDAN
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Roplak (RET Navy '
home study. Licensed Real Estate Salesman 4Dr., White, EXCELLENT CON I :\::

Representing DITION, PS, AC, PB, AM-FM radio, _. ," .... S "''':,,,. HAS ....
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AIRE LITE INDUSTRIES OF JAX Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors PRICED TO SELL, Wife's car Chief "': ,\ :::::::::::::.:.: .:::::: .::;
Fabrication In rescreening, window Home 781-7715 Office' 771-9513 Sowers.264.7038, or work 772.2540. j

screens screen doors, patio & pool :.;. ORANGE PARK .:V.:
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enclosures aluminum roofs & carports IN REAL ESTATE MATTERSCall SACRIFICE .V5&ffSMSS&t&tSS9SS8ttThe .y.....<:i....:. .
free estimates. Owned & 1969 Harley Davidson cycle, 74, 1200 '
operated by: Norman T. Abrams, Wayne Shrum c.c., Rebuilt Engine still under 'v.1
Realtors
USN retired, Paul Tinney, 2568 Edison Blanding Agency 771-9513, Inc. warranty. A-1 Condition. 7332365. Bases and Orange Park are now only 'II.

Ave., 3841242. minutes away. Take 1.295 expressway to the +.ot
1972 HONDA 750-K ::;
ADAIR! REALTY Extended forks, high-rise handlebars, Normandy exit; then right l'/4 miles and one t

LIVE CRABS Call Associates padded sissy bar & travel bar. traffic light brings you toVOLKSWAGEN-. ,j
Wilford's Fish Camp AI Royce Metallic Red, Excel. Cond., 388.4309.
264.9707 Ralph FredCllne Latiner COUNTRYIt's 1

MUST SELL9ROADRUNNERRED
AUTO AIR CONDo SERVICE USN RETIRED ) a nice trip and so are the savings.

Room Units, Central Units Tyler 4111 771-5877 Vinyl top, Mag Wheels, 4 speed, RAM
Heating 8. Air Conditioning Induction Engine, mint condition.
Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388.5161, HOUSE FOR SALE .
Best offer. 772-2334 before 5 p.m. 772-
Park Pool CH&A, 38R., 2B., WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
orange
9159 after 5
p.m.
In spacious den, formal LR
Fireplace
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER to :
convert
Responsible party take up paymentsof & DR, Lg. utility (could decorative ;
), Lg. corner lot, INC.
BR.
$7.00 per month. Rayfleld's 1971 SUZUKI 350 -
carpeting
,
new
6437 Wilson BlVd., 772.8936 wooden privacy fence $49,500 firm, 4,000 ml.. Excel. Cond., $500. ,
thruout,Conv. to schools, 7211291. ,
after 5P.M.
phone 2643168. 264-4222
GEORGE'S KENNELS )1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTH. 0'11
Dogs& Cats Boarded -NO CASH NEEDED TELEPHONE-S511 ., '.
Plck-Up & delivery services since Assume 1967 DODGE, PU Standard .
1925. Grooming, training & shipping. ORANGE PARK V8, with 1969 Kamp King Koaches '
Visitors welcome. BankAmerlcard & unfurn., Dishwasher Camper self contained Truck like )
furn. or "IAuGU
2BR., Apts. .
mechanically. After 5 p.m. 786*
new
Off 1.10 near
Mastercharge honored. Drapes Carpets, Elizabeth
.
Cassat Ave & Edgewood. AptS.r 77M405 or 771-3355. J371. 8-4 p.m., 772-2379, Lucas.

5015 Edgewood Ct.,319-0064






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? Scientists

) HISTORY
BLACK .

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A DANIEL JAMES (1920) SOLDIER
j BRIG. GEN.
? V 1W'LMEDAL MeasureOil Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs -

) since March 31, 1970, Brig. Gen. Daniel."Chap--
pie" James came to his ,most recent assignment after
SpillsNEWSGRAM serving as commander of the 7272nd Flying Training
Wing at Wheelus Air Force Base in Libya.

Born February 11, 1920 in Pensacola, Fla, James
the Naval Research- Scientists Laboratory at graduated from Washington High school in 1937 and

FOR MALIN Lt (jg) Leslie W. Malin was presented thl e in Washington have developed a attended Tuskegee Institute until 1942, the year he
Navy Achievement Medal by Capt.William Carrier, Jr., Commandin!g method of measuring the completed civilian pilot training under the government-
Officer, NATTC, recently.' He received the medal for superior performance '. thickness of oil spills at sear sponsored Civilian Pilot Training Program.By .
while serving as Weapons Officer*'for Attack Carrier All! through theuse of a multi- 1945, James had received his commission as a _
Wing 1 embarked on USS John F. Kennedy (CVA 67) from December 1 9, frequency microwave system.In Air He then com-
second lieutnant in the Army Corps.
1971 to July 31, 1972. the past, oil slicks could be
located by radar (using another pleted fighter pilot training in Michigan and served six
NRL developed method), but years with various fighter units stationed in the U.S.
!' SPEAKEASY there was no way to determine During the Korean War, James flew 101 combat
exactly how much oil was involved missions in F-51 & F-80 aircraft. After the war, he
in any one spill. The
scientists report that the new served in various staff assignments until 1957, the year
TOPLESS. process will allow them to he graduated from the Air Command and Staff Collegeat
.. .. measure the thickness of oil Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. In 1966, James
Bartenders,Waitresses slicks down to 0.05 millimeters. became Deputy Commander for operations of the 8th
*
DANCERS: 11AM-2AM Through its experiments NRL Thailand.
Tactical Fighter Wing, stationed in .
learned that 90 of
5916 Philips Highway 733.9989 over percent
"{ the oil in anyone spill is generally A recipient of numerous awards and combat
confined to a compact region decorations.General is widely known for speeches
usually covering less than 10 on Americanism and patriotism. One citation he
percent of the surface area of the received reads in part: "fighter: pilot with a magnificent

slick. record... and eloquent spokesman for the American
with the
I This discovery, along
CARNABYSHOPj3QUTIQUE&r "
I ability to determine exactly Dream we so rarely achieve.
where the heaviest concentrationof
LT. HENRY O. FLIPPER (1877-1940)) SOLDIERThe
oil is, will enable cleanupcrews
to make the most efficientuse first Black officer to graduate from West Point
ALL MENIMPORTED of their equipment and better and the first to be assigned to a command position in a
O H BB HHBHBflHH B protect the environment. Black unit after the Civil War. Henry 0. Flipperwas

the victim of a controversial court-martial

\. NFO ClosingAll proceeding which cut short the career of one of the most
i promising Black military men to wear the uniform of an
: Day TodayJax American soldier.

:, .\,: -The local Branch of Navy Flipper was not defeated by the debacle, however, he
it .'
.' Finance will be closed today due went on, as a civilian, to become a notable figure,on the
.. : EUROPEAN to extensive reporting of militarypay American f ont er-Jas a mining engineer and consultantand
: ./ expenditures.The office will later translator of land
... as a Spanish grants.
: ,: ': ;:; open on a regular basis
.
;, T ,tomorrow. Please, no telephonecalls
FUNSPORT today. Let's

helpeach :
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COATS THe RPRRTmenTI cr!IJS'\.. ., .. .

WITH other.the

; 50% OFF .. b IWlmminc POOL :

RnD% 5140 BLANDING BLVD. + gopd
'GOOD LIFE: (Next to Pic'n Save at 103rd St.) .
i THE PHONE 772.0500 neighbor.
f ( Regular 25-$30)) FROM $130.yjiiccewood. ::::::::;:::;:::::;:::;*;:;:::::::;:::::::::::;:;:::::::::::::r:;:;:;:;:;:;:: Th A ric->H.-4 CTBM-...--Otj""l'o?:

Large Selection of
t Road CUSTOM & READYMADE .
'2045 Jammes JacK- FRAMES

10 minutes..""e. Out from Roosevelt\ MIRRORS
sony Blvd' Right on San PRINTS andORIGINAL
I 949r juan to JammerThen 0 PAINTINGS
., /!i"' ,left to info call: ':::;:;;;:;:;:;;;;.::;:::;:::;::;: :;::;;;:i:::::::::::;::f::::::::::::::;:;:: 'j)


,rl\ r,]It I. '- 781-3818 For complete% % 10% OFF!I NAVY .J .


"' I, M.nq II EN":':-'AGEIoIE": 'COli. ..
I .to all military personnel :
_. A Srlud.nn,'.DtYEIOMMN ENTCOPrr .. ,., WIVES..
) ; "" I1tEN IIf"11 ::':.:.: '.:'.::>,:::::::::': :::::::: :: :':::::::: :::'::::::::::::::
:...;;.The latest style Baggie Look In

t "..n, Sport Coats COME BACK

i ; .......Great selection of Summer colors SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY! TO NURSING!

and styles in liteweight fabric family books Your free time can be turned Into
.
-- --- cash
if __ by part time assignments In
,. : .. r hospitals nursing homes and
'rf! l:. 10-GAME BOOK private homes. Work when you
: Located in .' } '; ,.,< "J .A,, > .3 .GREATSfltEF_: :: I want for as long as you want. No
; $500Reg. fee to register..
.
I Roosevelt Mall" ..
: : price $6.00 We are looking for

., 25-GAME BOOK1ii.I
t. : Registered Nurses Licensed
I Practical Nurses Aides
i : $1 000
:

i! i I" ,.i: $ CARNABYSHOPBDUTiqUE I It jitt L Reg. Price 512.00 PLEASE CALL TODAY 354.5833KrHWCAl. I


f t ,:, fir ALL MEN J 'II PllStHIIIL FOOLSUITE7U

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.. WILLIAMG. READ PRES.
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Friday. Aug.3 SANDWICH ..- Now Open Daily. t

BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, LINE: Sloppy Joes on
Chilled Grapefruit Juice Fried Eggsto Hamburger Buns, Frankfurters,
Order, Minced Beef on Toast or French Fried Potatoes, Dessert Bar f.
pork Sausage Patties, Lyonnalse Topping SUPPER, : Beef Pot Pie Biscuit Jax The new consolidated Package Stores at r .
Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Buttered Egg Noodles, Hancock .d
Whole Hall and the CPO Club Annex
DINNER: Oyster Stew, Sea Food Kernel Corn, Seasoned Green are open daily
Platter or Fried Shrimp, Flounderand Raisin Beans, Cookies.Salad Bar, Applesauce Cake, until 10:30: p.m. Both stores are available to E-l through

Scallops or Chill Con Carne 010.
Steamed Rice, Hot Spiced Beets,
Buttered Peas. Salad Bar, Easy BREAKFAST Tuesday: Hot,Aug.Oatmeal 7 Fried Profits realized from sales will be returned to the y

Chocolate Cake, Hermits. Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beef different clubs on base at the end of each month, according I

SANDWICH, Frankfurters LINE, Grilled French Hamburgers Fried on Baked Toast Pork or& Beans Pork ,Sausage Chilled Tomato Links, to the percentage of gross sales from the in- ? ri

Potatoes, Dessert Bar. dividual club's :i'" o
Juice, Pastry Bar. eligible patronage. } }ft#

SUPPERs Breaded Pork Chops, DINNER: Vegetable Soup, Fried Prices at both stores are the same and most com- :>f I. .
Brown Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Ham Steaks, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, ... 4 -
Chilled Applesauce Seasoned Green Golden Potato Balls, Seasoned Kidney petitive with off-base Package Stores. Drive-in service i:>"' ".

Easy Beans.Chocolate Buttered Cake Corn, Hermits., Salad Bar, Beans, Seasoned Carrots, Southern is planned at the Main Store in the very near future. s' Ftir?, '{
Style Corn Bread, Salad Bar, Dutch $

Saturday,Aug.4 Apple Cake, Devils Food Cake. ... .......... .............................. .. iIJ
BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Fried SANDWICH LINE: Tun Salad, :.::,;:>:-:-::.::::-:::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::--:0---:0" :<<- :

Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes w- Grilled Frankfurters, Potato Chips, i
Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or Dessert Bar.SUPPER ", ,:ftJ:: ;,,,.. ." ,.', .'"..'.. .
MERIT ;: 'x' : ;
PROMOTIONSJaxThe
Bacon, Chilled Orange Juice, PastryBar. : Swiss Steak Brown
Gravy, Lyonnalse Potatoes, Simmered UP A TREE about your future? Better
BRUNCHs. at 10 a.m. Navy Bean Blackeyed Peas, Buttered I take another look at your military

Soup Grilled Cheeseburgers, French Broccoli Spears, Salad Bar, Dutch career before leaping down to civilian

Fried Potatoes Mixed Vegetables, Apple Cake, Devil Food Cake. following positions All career or career conditional life. Few Jobs in private industry can
Pumpkin Pie, Plain Cake w-Jelly have
Coconut Icing.SUPPER Wednesday,Aug. I recently been advertised employees are urged to look for stack up against the benefits and opportunities -

: Yankee Pot Roast Beef, BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Fried under the NAS Jax Merit the Merit Promotion an- found in the Service. LJnda 4

Natural Gravy, Franconla Potatoes, Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes w. Promotion Program: nouncements on the official Jones of Pensacola Beach, Fla.Would

Fried Cabbage, Seasoned Lima Maple Bacon, Syrup Hashed, Choice of Ham or Annct. No. 30-73 bulletin boards in their work hate to see you out on a limb.
Brown Potatoes,
Beans Harvard Beets Salad Bar,
Chilled Motor Vehicle areas at least once a week for
Pumpkin Pie, Raspberry Jello. Grapefruit Juice, Pastry Bar. Operator, WG-5
Sunday,Aug.S DINNER: Chicken Rice Soup, Open continuously new announcements.
BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Chicken Cacciatore, Creamed Gravy There are many an- JIM TRICE
Snowflaked
Chilled Tomato Juice Fried Eggs to Potatoes, Cornbread Annct. No. 32-73 nouncements that are open
Dressing
Creanberry Sauce, French
Order Grilled French Toast w-Maple
Syrup. Choice of Grilled Ham or Pork Fried Cauliflower, Buttered Mixed Claims Clerk, GS-5 continuously; copies'of these are
Sausage Links Hashed Brown Vegetables, Salad Bar, Angel Food Closing date: 2 Aug. 1973 available in the Rating Branch, t

Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Cake, Sugar Cookies. Civilian Personnel Department,
BRUNCH at 10a.m. Corn Chowder, SANDWICH LINE: Chili Dogs,
: Annct. No. 33-73 Bldg. 907, Room 111-A.
Grilled Ham & Cheese, French Fried
Chill Macaroni. French Fried Potatoes. Dessert Bar. Social Worker, GS-10 Employees are encouraged to y
Potatoes Baked Beans, Salad Bar,
Lemon Meringue Pie, Butterscotch SUPPER: Chili Con Carne or Beef Closing date: 6 Aug. 1973 call the Rating Branch, Ext. 2320,
It
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SUPPER: Baked Virginia Ham, Southern Style Greens, Buttered Annct. No. 36-73 i.
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I } Jax How does a young
I L man or woman who wants

t \ I k11a ( .. to/get an education stay.in
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school when they reach the
point where their parentscan
a no longer afford to
f'i send them to a higher

mk t I IL level?
They could get a job, but
how are they going to get
one without a skill,
because without a skill the
pay is pretty poor.

The City of Jacksonvilleand
I i rIj ; r the Naval Air Rework
Facility (NARF) at NAS
Jax have come up with a
solution to this perplexing
Ij problem make himor
you
f helps I Earl M. Ward unload a J52 engine.
her a summer aid to a

I, skilled artisan and you pay
him well while he is
learning. This way both
3 the education problem and
the job problem are solvedat
the same time.

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C' doing this summer with
113 kids from low income
i families in and around
: : Jacksonville. They are
r' giving the kids a chance to "
learn skills in the many
shops that make up the
huge NARF complex and
paying them good moneyas

ti well.
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assigned to the "Summer
Aid" program, however,
I he must first show an
interest in working and
I I I learning a skill. To do this
he takes placement tests.If .

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sophmore at Ed Waters, Is in her third certain test then he is
year.she is working in NARF's Equal Op... placed in a NARF shop
where he can best use the
;1 ,skills he displayed on the
;,(( v's THE BASE? test.The

1llfl/I/I//JjJ@Ji/lffile/ youngsters are not
just limited to that shop,
provide additional funds however. If they decide
II is set up to make sure your they want to try somethingelse
\ handled the way you want them. they are encouragedto
r we'll do the rest. move to another shop.
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said that the program is an program." IT ;
effort to raise the sights of He said
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youngsters between the most of them their first
ages of 16-21. She said thatit working experience." He AN ACT OF ;

js designed to give the added that not only were
child from a low income they giving the youths

family a chance to learn something, but the youths TO MAKE
what it means to be a
were assisting us as
successful employee and well." Volvo was committed to safety
in turn a successful long before it became mandatory.

student.Mr. In 1956,for example,we installed} a

Louis LaGrande, 1\ padded dashboards: 12 years before. I
the government insisted on them.:
.Production: Superin-
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was
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safety belts as standard equipment. :
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t til t features not required by!law:
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4 PMSURPtUSGOQDS absorb the impact of collisions. Four-

wheel disc brakes with a pressure-
LT-: proportioning valve to reduce the
chances of rear-wheel lock-up.Child-

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A company that builds a safe car

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Or a company that builds a safe

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Ii : Hospital Wins Softball Title Fourth Straight; Year I

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\ By J03 John DooseJaxHospital who had singled, reached forced out at second on a to fill the bases and then game when Hospital beat
r { second on a passed ball grounder by Jim Braswell. got Bob Galloway to fly- NarJax for the crown by
and and gone to third on a Braswell was safe at first out for the final out of the the identical 3-0 score. In
NarJax met in the finals of sacrifice. then advanced to 'second inning. This proved to be that 1972 championshipgame
the NAS Jax Fast-Pitch Hospital's third run was on Wayne Maiorana's the only time NarJax Bryan pitched a
Softball Playoffs for the provided by Doug Wild single and then went to would get a man past four-hitter and drove in
fourth straight year and when he came up with the third on a passed ball. second base during the two of his teams three
for the fourth straight year second single of the sixth Bryan then retired Rick course of the game. runs.
Hospital walked away with inning to bring Gil Starr Erdmann on a fly-out, This game was almosta NarJax made their way
the crown. This time by a across the plate. Starr walked Johnny Blackburn duplicate of last year's into, this year's finals by
score of 30.Rester started off the inning witha beating FICEUR 3-2 in the

Bryan, the single and reached eighth inning in last

Hospital pitcher, put on a scoring position as a resultof Tuesday's semifinal
demonstration of two .
one-man errors. game.In
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softball skills as he pitcheda While Hospital was this game NarJax and
six-hit shutout and drove scoring runs, NarJax was FICEUR fought to ,a 1-1
j in two of his teams three being held to five singlesand standoff through the
runs. a double by Bryan. seventh inning as a resultof
} Bryan provided Hospital The only time NarJax Wayne Maiorana's
.: with their first run of the managed more than one homerun for NarJax in the
afternoon when he launched hit in an inning and posed first inning and a run that
l ''\ one out of the playing any real threat to Bryan's scored on a passed ball in
J field with no one in the eventual shutout was in 4 w the second inning for
( third inning.. He drove in the first inning. FICEUR.The .

:. his second run in the fifth Herman Skipper startedoff game was finally

inning when he doubled to the inning for NarJax decided in the eighth in-

bring home Lynn Klein, with a single. He was then ;, 'c-- i ning when, after FICEURgot

i t a run on Dan Ram-
sdale's run scoring singlein

I Key To Gun Safety awl linv the top half of the in-
z .nz ning, NarJax came up
with two runs in the bot-
tom half of the inning.

The two runs came in

GOING AND COMING-lnspite of what the shirt might say, Wayne when NarJax's pitcher,
Maiorana is caught in the act of hitting a homerun and crossing the Johnny Blackburn, hit a
plate after his trip around the bases NarJax's 3-2 win over FICEURin
bloop single
over second
the,semi Hals of the Fast-Pitch Playoffs.
base that brought in one

run, then the winning run
scored when FICEUR's

short-stop made in error in

Big Chief Say... q fielding Blackburn's.

'II FREE FRONT single.
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Handling a gun properly is the real key to hunting safety.A I WHEEL ALIGNMENT V .
good majority of all gun accidents.can be avoided if more
people know the simple principles of holding and pointing a WITH PURCHASE OF q
gun. Observing just three primary rules will eliminate most
of those tragedies.Treat 4 TIRES
every gun as if it were loaded, until you have personally
inspected it to be sure it is not.
How many times have you heard the statement "I didn't t 4 PLY
know it was loaded?" When handed a gun, or when pickingone
up, the safe gunhandler immediately opens the action
and looks (he doesn't trust anyone else's word) to see if it is i HEAVYDUTY

loaded.Always point the muzzle in a safe direction.A iUt.3
gun expert can be easily identified by the way he handlesa S
gun. lie never allows the muzzle to point at any person :
-himself or any member of his party. ;
Furthermore he will insist that all other members of his -.- NYLON /
party follow the same rule. .
Be sure of your target.
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object until he knows that it is the game he is hunting.He will 775x14 or 15 ....4 for 55M
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'l hunters following may not use the same carry. If the same / q ?'s miles from NAS Jax
'I three hunters are moving down a field abreast,the man at the TIRE COMPANY 10 miles from NAS Cecil5342SEABOARDAVE
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Swim Te Competes MI Jax Swim Team Seventh- j



At Two Other MeetsBy ":

At Gainesville Open Meet i

MaJ j John Way ..

Team Jax travelled- Continuing to Fernandina the busy novice swim season, the Navy Swim By MaJ.John Way and Pam Kangas took first placesin and Susan Fitzpatrick and Judi. '.
Beach for a dual meet on Jax-Competing against closeto both the 100-yard()(
back to Briarwood at July 18 and medley relay and Patti Milewski took second in ;
Jacksonville on July 24 for a tri with'dub's 500 swimmers from 30 of the and the
team and the Lake -meet that 100-yard freestyle relay. the 200-yard( medley and third in ',.
City team. Bedecked in the suits of the U.S. top teams in the Florida AAU, the The 10-and-under boys' team, 200-yard freestyle. ..'
Olympic Team, the navy swimmers added still more ribbons and Navy Jax Swim Team captured a made up of John Brennock, Jon The Novice Swimmers .

laurels to their collection. Results of the two meets are tabulated solid seventh place in the Annual Luebke,Tim Mason and Lee Way segment held on the. first day of

below. 300 Club Novice and Open Swim scored fourth in the 200-yard the meet,saw Diane Schumacher ".j
Meet in Gainesville last weekend. freestyle.
take second place in the 50-yard
I-AND-UNDER GIRLS Fernandina1st Spanning a full three days, the 15-17 swimmers '
Briarwood age group freestyle event of the 10-and- ;:
Jacqul Brennock 25-yd breast1st 1st 25-yd butterfly1st meet included teams from as far Kerry and Susan Fitzpatrick, under category. 4

Pam Kangas 1st 25-yd 2S-yd back free 2nd 25-yd 25-yd free away as Wilmington North Barbie Lagdon, and Judi Linda Shaffer, (in the 11-12 age .
butterfly2nd
2nd 2S-yd breast 25-yd free Carolina. Mileswki captured second place group, scored a first place in 50- '
Kathy Shield J..:' 3rd 25-yd breast 3rd 25-yd breast Once again leading her team in in the 200-yard medley relay and yard back and fifth place in 50- .
Missy WaySANDUNDER ,, 2nd 25-yd free 2nd 25-yd breast individual scoring, 14 year-old third in the ,200-yard( freestyle yard butterfly. .
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> BOYS. 5th 25-yd free Patti Milewski racked up first relay events.In In the Senior Women's division, ,J

Kevin NickensJlmmyLagdon... 'h ,\\I 1st 25-yd breast place wins in the 50-yard the Senior Women's division, Sandra Schmacher took seventh

.'. ,, 2nd 25-yd butterfly2nd freestyle, 100-yard()( freestyle, 100-()( the Navy Jax relay team of Kerry place in 100-yard breast. '..
2nd 25 yd.breast
25-yd breast yard back, and 200-yard in-
2nd 25-yd free ;,.. 2nd 25-yd free dividual medley events in the 13- .;
Robert Ballow :.......: 3rd'25-yd breast >.JJ
4th 25-yd free ", 14 age group, as well as a third 4

Jamle BrennocklIANDUNDER 3rd 2S-yd free ',' 4th 25-yd free place in the 100-yard breast. ;
GIR'LS" 4th 25-yd breast1st :. 4th 25-yd breast Swimming in the Senior Women's :j

) category also, Patti scored i
Diane Schumacher 50-yd breast1st 4th 50-yd breast ;\
SO-yd free 5th 50-yd free second in 200-yard()( back, third in ? .a
Karen Shield10AND.UNDER 2nd 50.yd back 3rd 50-yd backBriarwood 200-yard breast,and fourth in 200- -9 I
BOYS 3rd 50.yd free yard frestyle. I .i.it

John Brennock ,. ,:,,. 1st 50-yd back 1st 50-yd back Leading the Navy Jax 15-17 age 4 : I
1st 50-yd butterfly2nd 1st 50-yd butterfly2nd group, Susan Fitzpatrick took a
Jon Luebke 50.yd breast 50-yd breast second place in the 50-yard : II
: .2nd 50-yd free 3rd 50-yd free
freestyle, third in 100-yard
Doug Derousle 4th SO-yd back
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4th 50-yd breast freestyle, fourth in the 200-yard
Paul Way 3rd 50-yd breast individual medley, and fifth in I

..: i 4th 50.yd free both 100-yard butterfly and, 100-()( iE 1
Lee Way 6th 50
breast
-yd
yard back. Also competing in the
11.12 GIRLS } 6th 50 yd free
Senior Women's Division Susan
Jennifer Fitzpatrick 1st SO-yd free ( 1st 50-yd;!back ,
.. ; 2nd 50-yd butterfly \.. scored sixth in the 200-yard I
Anne Kreiger r' 1st SO-yd breast 6th SO-yd free freestyle event. 16-year-old Judi

Adrian Glaraton -,, ;g 3rd SO-yd free 2nd 50-yd breast Mileswki took a third place in the
2nd 50-yd free 3rd 50-yd back
11.12 BOYS 3rd 50-yd back 100-yard breaststroke event of LONG DISTANCE WINNERS-These Navy Jax Swim Team I I

Robert Cronn ....:.,.*,: '1st 50-yd back 2nd 1st 50 SO-yd-yd back free the same category. members recently; finished first in the Beaches Aquatic Club Long I
2nd 50-yd free Competing in the 11-12
Conwell "if 1st 50. : 2nd 50-yd butterfly2nd age Distance Meet. Pictured are: Back Row (L-R) Judi Milewski, Lee '\I
Bobby p : yd butterfly2nd Lynn Hill captured second
.' SO-yd breast 50-yd breast group Poidevant, Brian MasonJimmyLagdonMark Mason Center Row ; I
Brian Williamson ..+: 1st 50-yd back places in 100-yard()( butterfly and Kerry Fitzpatrick Lynn Hill Patti Milewski, Jennifer Fitzpatrick,
.', '.J 2nd 50-yd free 100-yard breast, and a fourth in Scott Baltes Front Row '
'!f- ; ...'. .ft\*., 3rd 50-yd free Chip Lagdon, Kevin Nickens, John Bren
Greg Hamaker ;. ; #..' r' sf ,'I "> 4th SO-yd back the 200-yard individual medley. nock, Jon Luebke, Jacqul Brennock, Pam Kangas. Kneeling is coach
cr4'" .til :, '. ', ,'(: breast Eight-and-under swimmers Scudder.
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+ SOFTBALL beat all other participants to
\ WHITEHOUSE, NAS CECIL easily win that league If the
FIELD Incandescent crayons FAST PITCH Marine team beats VA-174 in the
trace the flights of two F-102s k league play-offs, there will be a
one of them "hostile" across a VA-37 wrapped up the station two out of three play-off held next
wall of eight-foot radar tracking championship in fast pitch with a Monday and Tuesday.
screens, illumined with black -i : pair of wins over VA-45 and VA-

light. I 105. Meeting VA-105 on Tuesdaythe FOOTBALL OFFICIALS
Dozens of officers and -I Bulls pulled off an 8-2 win There is still room for more'

technicians sporting single-and- after a slow start. They came football officials, all interested
dual-eared headphones move in back on Thursday and shut out personnel are requested to call
\ swift whispers among orange- VA-45 by a score of 3-0. These extension 498 for dates of clinics.
tinted tracking scopes feeding final victories gave VA-37 a
of information the perfect season as they won the
pieces flight on
Whitehouse, NAS Cecil Field Colonel Creighton L. Rhodes (left), and GOLFA
first half with a 7-0) record
aircraft into computers,which, in exercise commander, and Lt. Col. Albert S. Dotson, director of reminder on intramural golf.
turn, spit out other vital data. continued perfect play as they
operations, survey the geographical area over which Sentry posted a 5-0) record in the second The organizational meeting will
"Intercept. SOUTHTACS is maintaining aircraft surveillance. be held at 1000 at the station gymon
The command initiates a chain half.
I''I of action as the seated specialists look as if they came from the TV The equipment, a 407L system, the 9th of August.
direct the men behind the glass 'set of"MASH"-The Guardsmen is set up in two massive air- Those teams who have not yet
screens to draw luminous blue arrived July 21. conditioned shelters and includes John Johnson, the VA-37 established handicaps should do

lines from one strategic point to Headed by exercise com- such supportive gear as light- fireball, got credit for all 12 so immediately. Play is
mander Colonel mobile chairs and tables scheduled to begin at 0900 on 17
.another Creighton L. weight victories. Johnson is currently
I ** i":' The mission, although Rhodes, the training, dubbed and trash cans designed to im pitching for the Cecil Field teamin August. Requirement for han-
1"., simulated, is intense. "Sentry SOUTHTACS", involvesarea plode and extinguish accidentalfires. the 6th Naval District Tour- dicaps is three. 18 hole rounds or

It's part of a current two-week surveillance and control of nament being held in Pensacola. six 9 hole rounds.

", annual summer training exercisefor aircraft in the Florida-Georgia One shelter houses the TacticalAir
members of the 155th Tactical area. Control Center (TACC), the BOWLING
Control Group of the Georgia Air The move was the first time the command action arm of the SLOW PITCH: In slow pitch ATLANTIC LEAGUE STAN
National Guard at Savannah. Group has dismantelled and system. It is commanded by Lt. action VA-174 won the Blue DINGS -

; Carrying over$60 million worth reassembled the new equipment, Col. Jerry L. Godwin. League and also posted a perfect
\ of computerized radar tracking designed and manufactured for The TACC receives data from record. Over in the Gold Leaguethe NAMTD 3818

and communications equipment the Air Force by the Hughes Air three Control Reporting Centers hard hitting Marine team VA-174 3620
5 :. much of it housed in two inflatable craft Corp. (CRCs) at Whitehouse, Fort Supply 3521
"* quonset shelters that Benning, Ga.,, and at Savannah VA-45 CPO's 34V4-2U4
t'r Municipal Airport. The exercise is serving to provide Ops. 2729
Ir The CRC at Whitehouse, realistic training for the Guard- Galley No. 26\ .29'h

PHONEiii commanded by Maj. J. Reid smen and to increase the VC-2 No.1 25'h -30'h
.r Williamson, Jr., is involved in operational readiness and Galley No. 2 2531
... .. 264.4S8it more immediate action moves. capability of each participating NAMTD No.2 21V4 -34&
;i. Supporting the Sentry unit.
.t'',: SOUTHTACS mission here are .
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4.. Now YOU can install you own in-ground Group and Squadron from

r;: MARK SPITZ SPARTAN Gadsden, Ala., the 232nd MCSq
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Base in Columbia, S.C.
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p OR we Install... being quartered at NAS Cecil Custom made
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New Navy Swimming CoachAnnapolisSpringfield the Naval blockade
of Cuba.
College The new Navy coach Federal
has his Emplayeesi
Lee Lawrence of
graduate Ridley B.S in Physical
Park Pa.,assistant coach for six Springfield (Class Education of from "' ', :''' '.'. .. .'. i; r.,
60)) and a
has been named
to
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P.E. which
he
succeed John Higgins as.Navy'snew earned in 1965 while
head swimming coach.Lawrence's graduate assistant with working the Chief as a
appointment was swimmers.
announced by J. 0. Coppedge, Higgins, swimming coach at
t'' Director of Athletics. Annapolis for 23 seasons, will
': After working with the varsityfor devote fulltime to teaching

one season Lawrence was responsibilities in the Physical
skipper of the Navy Plebes for Education Department. .
three years and the, Midshipmen's New Sports / are a Fedralor a /
Information
jayvee team the past
two winters. Lawrence coached Director At Navy B'
The Naval aan 1 /
Academy has "
teams compiled a record of 29 an-
victories in 37 dual meets. His flounced the appointment of

first two Plebe teams were undefeated Thomas the staff F.at Bates, a member of 481 1 1 / / 'a
(8-0 and 10-0) and the Lafayette College
Plebes won 19 straight for since 1967,as Sports Information :
Lawrence before suffering a loss. Director. Bates succeeds Budd to a .savings- a pf f'Mffi' J .
rhalman, who
Swimming coach at the State resigned last
University of New York, Collegeof month to accept a position with financial organization anil
:he Buffalo Bills of the National you
Education at Geneseo, for the
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football League.A ..
two years preceeding his appointment -
to the Navy athletic native of Meadville, Pa.,
staff in 1967, Lawrence, 35, at- Bates 35, has a total of 15'years
experience in sports information.Prior .
tended Staunton Military
Academy where he made the All- to his appointment at Wtnt automatic
American Prep School swimmingteam Lafayette, Bates was SID at an
two consecutive seasons in Gannon College in Erie Pa., for .,
the 200-yard freestyle. He also six years.In .
swam freestyle in two letter- six years at Lafayette,Bates :'')1 ._.J
winning seasons at Springfield has twice won awards for
College. editorial excellence in football 2:
Lawrence began his collegiate programs from the College secondSificome
coaching career: as a graduate Sports Information Directors of .:
assistant at Springfield before America. Bates was president of
landing the head job at Geneseo. the Middle Atlantic Conference
In two seasons there, his teams Sports Information Directors
won 14, lost .14 and tied one. A Association and is a member of
lieutenant in the Naval Reserve, the Board of Directors of the ?
Lawrence had three years of College Sports Information
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I ;\ :Hunters Need Keen" Eyes Rifle And Pistol Club


Schedules Two MeetsJax
Before taking to the fields this aiming possible through the eyes'focusing ability. In purchasing -

I Fall, hunters can set their sightson upper portion of the lens. a telescopic sight, the hunter I Jacksonville Navy will be awarded in all classes at I
a better and safer hunting sea CHECK YOUR SUNWEAR-On should be certain the scope has The both matches.A .
son with advance attention to the bright or sunny days, quality sufficient eye relief(distance between Rifle and Pistol Club is having a
most important hunting tool- sunglasses are a must to avoid the scope and eye) to avoid membership drive during the club meeting will be held at .
their eyes.Because. hazards created by glare. In addition striking the eye on recoil.For high month of August. Anyone who the completion of both matches at

t; good vision is the key wearing sunglasses in powered rifles, the eye relief enjoys shooting competitivelyshould approximately 11 a.m. This is

to successful, safe hunting, the bright sunlight often helps the should be at least three inches. contact Chief Balderstonat where you can sign up to be a
Ext. 2330 for information, or member of the club. If you are
American Association
Optometric hunter .to see better at night,
\ S offers this vision-oriented when he may be driving home. CHECK YOUR SIGHTING just come out to the two matchesthis not a competitive shooter now,
SKILLS-Optometrists advise month. but enjoy shooting, come to the
pre-season checklist for hunters: Grey tinted lenses are the best
J choice to provide maximum pro- that a hunter's aiming will be bet The first match is August 4 at 9 meeting and find out how you can
CHECK YOUR VISION-The ter if he sights with his dominanteye It will check out and
eye tection from the sun's harmful a.m. at the station range. a gun become a _
behind the gunsight is the basic without distorting colors. and if he keeps both eyes open be three NRA short courses, .22, member.
hunting tool and deserves priority rays when sighting. Often, the dominant .45 caliber be used.
The density of the tint varies with .38, or may
pre-season attention. To the needs of each hunter, but eye is on the same side as the The cost will be $3.00.< ) No NRA
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