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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 9, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Your Way To. ... New Retirement



"SPEAK-OUT Plan ProgressingWashington ,


The following "Action what the JAN would look possibility of the station's The Navy-wide effort to educate all

Line" call was referred to like with nothing but ads establishing a program to hands on the Defense Department's proposed new

JAX AIR NEWS for and pictures. There is no collect the many Military Non-Disability Retirement System is nearly

publication in "SPEAK- possible way that all aluminum cans generatedby complete with close to 95 percent of the required

OUT". reenlistments, medal the several clubs and briefings on the plan held to date.If .

I SPEAK-OUT: presentations, ceremo- the Navy Exchange for enacted the new system would completely

Yes, Captain Sizemore, nies, meetings, parties, recycling, I am happy to restructure the current military retirement program.

I'm sure you rememberme graduations, Boy ,Scout report that NASJAXINST The proposed new retirement system was submittedto

my name is Dewey visits (to mention a few), 6240 is currently being Congress March 28, but has not yet been formally

Pounds. I reenlisted backin etc., could be pictured in prepared for issue to introduced and no hearings are currently scheduled.The .

( March, and I still the JAN. establish such a program. Department of Defense has published a special

haven't gotten my picturein At present time, on handat Collection points will beset booklet, "The New Proposed Military Non-Disability
the Jax Air News. But JAN, there are about 100
up at such places as the Retirement System", which contains a clear and con-

I'm not, calling really for different pictures of Exchange, the Commissary cise explanation of the entire proposal. Copies of that

myself; I'm calling for reenlistments which have the Clubs,BEQs, booklet have been distributed to all commands in the ,
other people. It really taken place in the last two
BOQs, Bowling Alley, etc. Navy.
doesn't matter whether I months. And, not only will Additionally, the February 1973 issue of "All Hands"covered

get my picture, in there or Changes are coming,in aluminum cans be the plan, and the May issue contains a number '

not, because I'm fixing to the JAN but, unfortunateas collected but, also, all of the most commonly asked questions and their an- ;
leave and wouldn't see it it may be, not
CLEAN householdtype should be directedto
swers. Any other question on the plan
anyway. But there are a necessarily in the way of aluminum containers suchas command Personnel Offices or Career Counselors who ",:;'

lot of people who had more reenlistment those used for frozen, have been provided full information on the proposed ;

different pictures taken photographs appearing. I bakery and other canned new retirement system. ',.
for the Jax Air News for agree that your foods.
RETENTION RATES REMAIN HIGH
different and photograph should be
things they
,
Reenlistment figures for this past fiscal year,
have 'yet to see them in taken and prints given to
The money obtained released recently by BUPERS, show that the Navy'sretention
but that is another
there over an extended you,
from the sale of these rate for first-termers remained steady over
of time. story in itself! Our policy
period They're
materials be placed ina the while the rate for career personnel
previous ,
year
wondering why they here at JAN is to print the Composite Recreation increased
slightly.
haven't seen their picturein best re-up: pictures as
Fund account and used for SAFETY AWARD WINNERS NAMED
there and I'd like to allows.
space special acquisitions, The CNO has named the winners of the fiscal year 1973
know too. Thank You! EDITORI
recreational projects, Admiral Flatley Memorial Awards for superior per-

Dewey Pounds domestic action programs, formance in carrier aviation safety.The winners are the

Speak-Out: and station beautification.Your carriers Forrestal and Oriskany, and the LPH Inchon.

Dewey Pounds: Since aluminum com- The award is a repeat performance for the Inchon. f
Since have taken the
you panies are offering money interest in both the CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE IS ALIVE AND WELL

initiative of asking why for empty cans that are ecology and economy of Some concern has been expressed from the Fleet that
picture hasn't turned in to them for
your appeared -
deleted. It
the station is sincerely constructive service has been discontinued or
in the JAN when I think the
recycling Navy '
appreciated since ideas has riot been eliminated, but,the requirements for .
reenlisted in March
could little
you make a money and suggestions of the type crediting it toward retirement have been modified.It .
our records show that a and the effortat
help ecology
you made can be of ex- should be noted that constructive service already
Pounds is a heavy the time
Dewey
same by havingthe
ceptional value and benefitto earned is not affected in any way, and everything
but not to to
subject heavy station clubs and the
the station and its already earned and due will be fully honored.
be carried in the
publically in
turn
Navy Exchange '
personnel. The modifications to the rules for early separation for
JAN. their aluminumcans
empty Capt. W. G.Sizemore immediate reenlistment were spelled out in NAVOP 233
Also after little of these
very to one Commanding Officer of December 1972 and incorporated into the BUPERS
research find that
we we companies. Manual.

average approximately 50- Money derived from The primary change is the new rule limiting
75 publication type picture this could be returned to
months
reenlistment for short terms with a full three
sessions per week the individual clubs or put. constructive time credit for each.reenlistment.,In other

and print on the averageof in the recreation fund.. 0o wOOW words, individuals cannot continue to accumulate
2 prints each session. What do you think of this -
constructive time through repeated short term enlistments S
You should have at least idea? '
$ .,The first enlistment may be from 2-6 years; the
received pictures of J03 Richard E. Beck.
reenlistment. your NAVALAIR STATIONPROTESTANT second and subsequent, with less than ten years service,

for 3,4,5 or 6 years. After ten years service, enlistmentsmay
in mind that
Keep on J03 Beck:
Sunday be for 4, 5 or 6 years.
50-75 different In to
an average response your Divine Worship 8:30: a.m. Additional information is contained in BUPERS
PAO shots are taken per "Speak Out" question and at All Saints Chapel.
Notice 1133 of July 3 1973. ..
Church School 9:30: a.m. ,
week and then imagine suggestion about the
Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
All Saints Chapel.

'f I 12:30 Junior: p.m.Youth Senior Fellowship Youth The Jax Air News has 5 desks

,dAX! A. ,I a 'NE-1lVS' : Fellowship 1:30: p.m.
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
at the Small Chapel.
The JAX AIR NEWS i Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper ,
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Tuesday C' 'M

Jacksonville Florida, by the ,Holt Publishing Company, a p.m.Senior at Choir Bldg.Rehearsal 750 and/
private f irm.All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Christian Science Service
must be forwarded d 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 Divine NAVAL Worship HOSPITAL"9:30 a.m.
or 3119. at St. Lukes.
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to NATTCProtestant

race creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, Service 10:30: Worship..m. In
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Building: 500.
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the CATHOLICSaturday
refusal to print advertising from that source. -
Mass 5 p.m. at
Edward's Chapel.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Sunday Mass I a.m. and 11
concerning such should be directed to: '.m. Daily Mass-Monday,
Tuesday Thursday and
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Frday-11:30| a.m. Wednesday .

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 the Naval Mass Hospital,11:30: a.m.Chapel.at ...For 2 people!

Telephone 387.3566 Saturday Confessions 4:30: If you like to write,draw,or take pictures,give us a call...
to 5 p.m.

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Pentagon Educator Reveals New Academic Programs } I



WASHINGTON, D.C.-Dr. M. the offing to meet the needs of the not accept all the credits or evena Program, the Pentagon educator insure that he has upward I J
Richard Rose, the Pentagon's top career men and women in the portion of the credits earned at noted that this is more of a non- mobility; that U he would elect to :,
educator, said during a ,recent current all-volunteer force. the former institution. The traditional approach where they pursue a baccalaureate degree, :
broadcast over the worldwide Dr Rose is the Deputy members of the consortia freely will examine all evidence of he could do this and receive
facilities of the American Forces Assistant Secretary of Defensefor accept transfer and they acceptthe formal learning,.correspondence appropriate recognition for his
Radio and Television Service, Education operates what mobile life that is attendant to courses, achievement tests, previous learning experience."
new academic programs are in has been referred to as "the being in the UJS.Armed Forces. transcripts from other institutions Officer Management TrainingIn
world's largest school." liberalized entrance and evidence of work explanining the plans for

ADCOPS Notably among existing requirements and they will experience.To officer management training, Dr.
programs are a consortium of 120 accept the General Educational date,about 350 persons have Rose said, "We ,hope to expandthe >
junior and community colleges, Development Test (GED) high received associate degrees in this opportunity for management- )
Receive ,an innovative nontraditionalpath school equivalency certificate.And program. About half of these oriented education programs to *J,
to a degree through the New they accept the fact that people have been servicemen, meet the needs of career officers 4
York State Regents External they are dealing with an adult, and most of them have never set more than any other segment of
Degree Program and plans for a and the adult has numerous nontraditional foot In New York as far as their the military population."
DegreesJaxThe four-year educational program learning experiencesthat educational program is con The approach to this end will be I
through a consortium of 10 to 12 all accumulate into a better cerned. They submitted their inform a consortium of "perhaps
business schools for career of- educated person. credentials for review and 10 or 12" business schools that ;,
Florida Junior ficers. education by contract, or earned an associate degree, he would recognize the management
(Jacksonville
College
campus) Dr.Rose said the Serviceman's degree by contract. That is, if a said. content In the senior Service '
and conferred
-associate graduated to with Opportunity College and the New man enrolls in a Virginia com- "A good many senior NCOs Schools the War Colleges and I
degrees forty-five York State Regents External munity college program of police have accumulated numerous the Command and Staff Colleges- '
Navy the personnel studying under Degree Program are two prin- science,for example, and then he credits throughout the countryand and award the career officer
Associate
Navy's Degree cipal vehicles for granting should be transferred and wherehe this is a chance for them to appropriate recognition, or t
Completion Program (ADCOP) degrees and certificates to is transferred the consortia cash In on one location and appropriate credit, for his
for the and Summer terms
Spring Service Personnel. In essence, member does not have a programin receive a reasonably prestigious learning experience.Dr. .
1973. the Serviceman's Opportunity police science, the Virginia educational degree," Dr. Rose Rose noted, "Also, we
Conferred with a Degree in College is a consortium of about community college would counsel emphasized. would like to try to work towards
Associate Arts are SD1 E.A. 120 community and junior him by mail, suggest courses for Asked what the Defense the end of removing some of the
Aban, ETC J.V. Alturo, CTA1 colleges located In the U.S. and him to take, apply these courses Department is doing to decreasethe credit restrictions or transfer
C.H. Auchey, OSC R.E. Bailey. overseas that offer opportunitiesto against his credit bank at the residency requirements for restrictions, that normally are
HMC P. Bovasso AECS L.F.
earn associate degrees. college, and he could earn his servicemen who are working on placed in graduate programs.
Brooks, DTI E.J. Burgener, ATC Four Criteria associate degree back at the the last six-months of a four-year Currently, the person can only
J.R. Coffman, SDI F.P. Corpuz, "The reason for the consortium Virginia community college In degree under Operation Boot- transfer an average of six credit
CTTC D.E. Freed,AWl B. Getty, ," he remarked, "is the the .program that he originally strap, Dr. Rose stated, "We are hours. This 'is a major impediment -
AEC D.G. Hall, AWCM M. unusual problems which confront enrolled iii.residency. at the current time negotiatingwith to the average person ,
Hannus, AG1 G.L. Hogbin, ACt servicemen and women. We have requirements are the Association of State pursuing a Master's Degree. '
R.L. Huebner, RMCM E.G. Ivie, four criteria for membership in absolutely held to a minimum or Colleges to form a four-year We'd like to see if we can't get
CTIC R.A. Kindergan, PN1 V.R. this consortium which addressthe are non-existent in this program. Serviceman's Opportunity. that liberalized or even removed.
Logan,RMCS H.W. Lowery, HM1 needs and problems of Service "We feel this consortia College." "Thirdly,"he continued, "we'd
R.L. Lumpkin, HM1 C.D. McClure Personnel. They are: arrangement will accomodatethe He reported that the criteria like to get a recognition of some
CTOC J.C.. Moeser, AC1 -free transfer of credit bet- service member and ac will be essentially the same as for other non-traditional means suchas
P.P. Pierpont, RMC L.F. ween the consortium members.The comodate his needs In a superior the associate degree. "We would examinations or independent
Prochelo, RMC L.M. Schaeffer, major impediment most fashion rather than trying to have try to reduce the residency study.We fell this three-pronged
Jr., RMC D.W. Scott, SKC J.F. servicemen have faced in the the individual cope with each requirement, try to get a more approach would .allow a great
Scott, ADR1 C.A. Swasey, AWLS past has been that they have single institution of higher liberalized transfer of credit, and many more people to pursue
R.C. Taylor,' RMC R.W. Tipps, earned number of credits from learning as he is transferred we would also like to speak to the management training. We would !
CTMC W.H. Torpey', CTIC L.J. one institution; their duty stationis' about,the world." issue of articulation between two- like to open it up so that everyone :
Veraldi, AQC M.E. Waltz, AEC changed and they have New York State Program year and four-year institutions.That that is interested could pursue ''i
:- J.M. Wilson and AXC E.R Work enrolled In another, institution, explaining the New York State is to say,a person that earnsan management training and get i
man. and,the second institution would Regents External Degree, associate degree would like to their Master's Degrees." '.
Conferred with an Associate Jt
Degree in Science are SD1 R.C. fi
Baroma,SD1 R.C. Ansag, CTACS j
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Commendation.Making the presentation was CDR P.N. Puerling, CO
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On 2 July 1973 CWO-2 Bruce Carowon of VA-174 was promoted to his at#- ;.
present rank. Lending him a hand with his new shoulder boards is his _
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DIRECTIONS Between Standing
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I .: VP49 Recieves 400th P-3C Made By Lockheed V .1|

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BURBANK, Calif.-The 400th crease as American products I I _
P-3 Orion antisubmarine warfare become better bargains. Each
(ASW)patrol aircraft to come off billion dollars equates to about
Lockheed's production line at 100,000 jobs for Americans. The .
Burbank was delivered to the 45 billion dollars worth of exports f :. e wfy
U.S. Navy last week. represent about four million jobs 4 ;; ;
The Orion's "demonstrated vital to the welfare and f

superiority means that the P-3 prosperity of a great many of our
will probably remain in working people.
production until the 1980s," said Since 1959, Lockheed has y
Rear Admiral Herbert S. Ain- delivered 157 P-3M,144 P-3Bs, 98
sworth, Commander Patrol P-3Cs including the aircraft
Wings, Pacific, who accepted the delivered to VP-49 last week and
aircraft for the Navy in brief one RP-3C, the Project Magnet
ceremonies. marking the oc airplane used by the Navy to map -
casion. the earth's magnetic field. The C : "
After accepting the aircraft, model, the most advanced of the .. .1.1: k
RAdm. Ainsworth presented the Orions, which was introduced in ,
P-3 Orion to Cdr.. V.S. Gulliver 1969, features the computer integrated .... r
Executive Officer of Patrol ANEW system ,j,
Squadron Forty-Nine, the NAS developed by the Navy. biL : !
Jax squadron which has assumed Referring to the Orion's world T 4 : ': :\ ;
custody of the aircraft. wide surveillance role, Ainsworth : : ,.

Ainsworth, who commands the said, "If there were one motto for WOODPECKERS GET 400TH ION-Cdr. Victor S. Gulliver, X.O. of VP-49, was in Burbank,
11 P-3 patrol squadrons assignedto our P-3 community it might be California last week to accept the 400th P-3 Orion to come off of Lockheed's production line. Mr. "
the Pacific, said he considersthe 'anywhere in the world in 30 Walter Schoch of Lockheed did the presenting to Cdr.'Gulliver. At the event were: (L-R) Mr. Dan .
C model of the Orion series to minutes." Haughton, Chairman of the Board Lockheed Aircraft Corp., Cdr. Gulliver, Mr, Schoch, Capt. J.
,be "the"finest ASW system in the To illustrate the surveillance Roger Farrel, P-3 Project manager, NAVAIRSYSCOM, RAdm. Herbert S. Ainsworth, COM-

world. capability provided by the fourengine' PATWINGSPACand Capt. Grover M. Yowell, Naval Plant Representative, Burbank. .. '"
About four million jobs, land-based subhunter,
created by $45 billion worth of ,Ainsworth said the perimeter of I
exports and the availability of 69
the P-3 bases
extend from
of 72 raw materials consideredvital Sigonella and Souda Bay in the Pay Dates W ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL 1
to our national economy Mediterranean to Norway,
depend uPon America's ability to Iceland, United States, Japan, Are Set \V DAY SCHOOL .
maintain control and freedom of
Okinawa, Phillippines, Thailand, .
the the admiral said. "To do '
seas,
it effectively", he added, "we Australia, New Zealand, Guam Jax-The military paydays for CHRISTIAN EDUCATION FOR THE '.. ;
and
Hawaii.
must depend upon the P-3 Orion." the period August and Septemberare WHOLE CHILD :\;:
Citing a specific example of the The P-3, in service with the as follows: August-15 and 30, {nM .
critical raw materials which United States Navy, and the September-is and 28. ;
must be imported by ships, defense forces of Australia, New All paydays will include pay for I K-6 Small Classes .1 ,

Ainsworth said that "By 1980, 50 Zealand, Norway and Spain, is 15 days.
percent of our oil will come from used in all sea con'trol' missions Enlisted and officer (other than Excellent academic citizenship training' .
program;
overseas most of it from the including surveillance, tracking, DIFOT) flight pay will be included
very critical region of the Middle search, ASW, search and rescue in the first payday of each 4050 ORTEGA BLVD. PHO ESaa-2632
East." and medical l evacuation. month provided flight certificates
There is a general appreciation Variants of the aircraft are also are received in the Open to all I regardless of race,creed or national origin. .
defense used for electronic surveillance NAVFINOFF no later than 8 a.m.
among experts of the ,
importance of ASW to our weather reconnaissance and on the sixth, calendar day of the \..... ,\ .

national security, Ainsworth oceanography. month. ,.:':. ).'
declared, "But we sometimes U.s. Navy Orions now serve .1- '-" '
forget how important freedom of with 24 patrol squadrons, ,two Rent? .
the seas is to our prosperity and training squadrons and three Why .
our way of life." reserve patrol squadrons. The '
Ainsworth said "we world-wide fleet of Orions have o .
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about $45 billion a year accumulated 1.8 million flight We Specialize 111MILITARY0
and with the free floating dollar, I hours in the 11 years they have
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I i Mad Foxes Return From Five Month Deployment I II


I By Lt John SheridanJaxJacksonville's cooperation with 'our NATO
recent allies, as well as conducting
(. rainy weather didn't dampen the mutual training exercises with

LL! 4i ( spirits of the men, wives and U.S. and NATO submarines.At .
children who were on hand to Naval Station Rota the
greet VP-5's Commanding Of- Squadron also undertook the

i ficer, Cdr.Frank Woodlief, as he complete rehabilitation of living
arrived at the Jacksonville Naval quarters for VP-5's two hundred
Air Station last Thursday, thus enlisted men. This self-help
ending the! squadron's five month project was quite extensive in
deployment to the Mediterranean nature, involving the repair and
repainting of the two-building
His arrival coincided with VP- complex, fabrication and in-
) 7 5's 100,000th hour of accident free stallation of countless window
; r operations accumulated over the screens and curtains, in additionto

past 12 years, and on hand to the tasks of acquiring furnitureand
congratulate and greet Cdr designing lounges. VP-5's
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: : Woodlief and his crew were Capt. personnel even managed to
William J. Vaught, COM- salvage recreational equipmentthat
PATWING ELEVEN, VP-5's had been damaged "beyond
operational commander, Capt. repair" in shipment.
William Sizemore, C.O. of the Volunteers from among the
Naval Air Station, and Capt. "Mad Foxes"also found time to
Donald Childers, NAS X.O. organize and conduct a tour of the
Deployment for PATRON Naval Station at Rota for fifty
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iw .'...' : ... ":".,.... ..,', ,i".'!.' split between Naval Station Rota, The sanitarium was establishedto
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,Lajes, Azores, in support of and is well known in Spain for its
A FAMILY REUNITED-Cdr. Frank Woodlief with his wife, Ann, daughter (Katherine and two of Commander SIXTH Fleet and successful treatments."A .
his sons,Walter. and Joseph.Joseph,age nine Is almost out of the picture at the bottom. Commander SECOND Fleet highly successful
_________.. _____uu- Y YY simultaneously. While deployedto deployment and a Job well done,"
r* :i : :f.j1l; : : :1: these sites the "Mad Foxes" were the words of the Commanding

conducted antisubmarine patrols Officer in describing the
99,999.9 ACCIDENT FREE and surveillance operations in deployment period for VP-5.

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Federal Employees' News Digest, one year the period of marriage
(The below Information Is taken from the informing the
an avenue of required to qualify for a survivor
Washington, D. C., and II Intended strictly as
Jacksonville Civilian Employees on current happenings.) annuity.

p.o Washington-The Civil Service that while it now favors a 6 % INJURY BENEFIT IIEARINGS
The House Select Labor
matching subcommittee
Commission has reversed its percent of salary
previous stand and has told the contribution rate for employeesand will start hearings
1' House Civil Service Committee it government, it wants full Sept. 5 on legislation by its
approves decreasing the 7 per- powers to adjust the rate upwardin chairman, Rep. Dominick
;:\ cent of salary that federal and the future whenever it sees fit Daniels, D-N. J., to liberalize

i TOP MAN AT NATTC Capt. postal workers pay for to do so. injury compensation benefits for
t"j' l Carrier, NATTC CO, presents retirement benefits to 6 tt per- PAPA STAYS HOME federal and postal employees and
AE1 Warren W. Webster, cent. The bill has been approvedby What is considered a first in members of their families.
n i; 1 I NA T.TC's Serviceman of the the House Civil Service government agency's contracts Daniels noted that paymentsand
(,.' J Quarter, with a plaque to Retirement and Employees with unions.permitting male benefits for government
: : comemorate his selection. subcommittee and is waiting full employees to take time off when employees who sustained on-the-
.. committee approval.The their child is born-has been job injuries and illnesses are
CSC previously had agreed to by the Labor Department outmoded in view of
; strongly opposed a reduction in and American Federationof liberalizations made in federal
: \ AE1 Webster Chosen the amount of employee and Government Employees' Local pay and retirement benefits.
i matching government con. Also, the cost of living "has
tributions despite the fact that 12.Under the contract, the men soared" since 1965, the last time
Top Sailor At NATTCBy the normal costs of the can take up to 30 days leave for injury compensation benefitswere
retirement fund had dropped due paternal purposes, the time to be liberalized, Daniels noted.
Lt. B"J.'Brown be true. to greater investment yields on charged to annual leave or leave Some of the major provisions in
Jax "I feel the part of the fund. without pay. As for women Daniels' bill would:
a great
AEI Webster is an in But the CSC has now reversed employees, the maximum time TREAT widowers of federal
responsibility to the" structor in Phase V of the itself. However, the CSC asked they can take for maternal leave and postal employees on an equal
students in my classes. AE"A' School. He is that it be given full authority to was doubled in the contract from basis with widows; increase
'\ stated AE1 Warren W. responsible for raise the employee and govern- 90 to 180 days. Sick leave will be benefit payments by 10 percent,
Webster, NATTC's new familiarizing the students ment contributions upward in the allowed for 42 days before birth although keeping the maximum
.. Serviceman of the Quarter future whenever the normal cost and 56 days after. The remaining level of 75 percent of the em
for the period of July 1 with aircraft instrumentsand increased. Only legislation approved days can be taken in some ployee's regular salary; preserve
flight stabilization by Congress could block combination of vacation pay or civil service rights of employeeswho
1973 to September 30, 1973. systems.In future upward employee and leave without pay. recover from disabiling
Petty Officer Webster government contributions, the DEFERRED RETIREMENTThe injuries; add 1 percent to cost of
shows a high degree of addition to his on-duty CSC proposed.The Senate Civil Service living adjustments as in the case
interest, involvement and work, Petty Officer pending bill does contain a Committee has tentatively approved of federal retirees under civil
motivation in all en- Webster has several provision whereby the CSC could the bill to give cost-of- service retirement; provide that
Increase employee contributionsin living annuity increases to widows and widowers would not
deavors toward the hobbies that he works on the future by V of a percent or federal and postal workers who have their benefits terminatedupon
training and education of during his off-duty time. more,but it provides that this can retire after such a COL raise goes remarriage after age 60;
young men and women in These include camping, be negated by Congress if either into effect. The measure was permit compensation payments
the Navy. His military woodworking and German House or Senate, within 30 days, generally agreed to but it was regardless of any Veterans
appearance, profes- Shepard breeding and votes to override the commission. decided to poll each Senator after Administration or military
The CSC said the Justice
the in the
language measure was retirement pay.BLUE' .
sionalism in all assigned showing. He also devotes a Department finds that ,this straightened out. COLLAR PAY
tasks and the respect of his great deal of offduty'time provision may be un- The House Civil Service Federal wage board' (blue
students, co-workers and to the Cub Scout and Boy constitutional, infringing on the Retirement sub ommitteee has collar) workers who earn less
supervisors proves this to Scout programs. rights of the Executive Branch. approved an identical bill and it than $3.50 an hour can receive
t Thus, the CSC's new stand is is now pending before the full pay raises of more than 5.5

House Civil Service Committee.The percentnational guidelines, the
Senate committee also Civil Service Commission has
approved the following bills: ruled.
1. To eliminate the reduction in This is in line with the Cost of
an annuity that a retiree takes in Living Council regulations involving
order to provide a survivor workers in private in-
benefit for his or her spouse, dustry.
; when the spouse dies before the The CSC ruling means that if
annuitant. local pay surveys show that
2. To guarantee federal pay raises in excess of 5.5 percentare
retirees minimum annuities justified,then these increases
equal to minimum social security may be given to blue collar
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I A Budget Can Help Solve Financial ProblemsJax 'i" I


A budget is a blueprint your family income each month and expenses balance out, don't Figure Your BudgetINCOME
showing how income will be used and (b) your total estimated make the mistake of thinking that

over a period of time. It will not monthly expenses (including savings are only for those who .
solve all your family financial basic /,.,
needs and long range have an excess of money. Savingsare '
-problems, nor will it increase goals) often the best way for a Net Salary (Take home pay) $ .

your income or eliminate the If your family's estimated family to fulfill its long range Intereet/Dividend .' S _ _
need for emergency funds. What montly expenses are going to be goals and systematic} savingswill
it will do is help you cut down on greater than your monthly Income allow your family to meet Other IncomeDISTRIBUTION S

inefficient spending and enable you must review your your financial objectives. or INCOME

your family to use money earnedto budget, keeping in mind that HOW TO SAVE MONEY '" .
purchase those goods and there are many possible ways to Money should never be saved Auto payment. .* 5-_ I
services you need and want most. reduce costs: just for savings.sake. It should be '
(Clothing: -: S_ _ _
HOW TO BEGIN A BUDGET Buy less expensive items; buyat saved to be used. There are two ,' ", ....
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To' be useful, your family sales; accept lower quality good ways to save: Contribution./ Gifts 3

budget must begin with when ,
your practicable. SAVING FROM THE TOP '
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family's basic present needs.You Reevaluate your priorities, means making a savings Hedlea" ,

must budget for such things when receive Education ., ,. ...."" ,.
as temporarily postponing those payment you your '.' ',/ .. '': .i .
rent, food, utilities, clothing, that are secondary. paycheck, before you spend for .: ..
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penses for these daily necessities, loans or credit costs with funds first guarantees you a source of Food ...r. ', .,"t",,,'tFurniture ". e if'" "
you probably need only to total up borrowed elsewhere at a lower funds for your family's future \:. ", A, ',';. .' 1 1.f

your past records checkbooks, rate of interest. objectives. S .

receipts and paid bills. Spendable income can be in- SAVING FROM THE BOTTOM Home I.pro.e..ntf '. ** \ > '.' .. "' $ /.
After you determine your creased by additional or part means setting funds aside during -I : ,. '

family's basic needs, decide time employment and by periods when income exceeds Household Appliance.S. ; ,. l;::,,\ :"(!:/:: .., '

which material possessions your placing your savings where they outgo. Money saved from the Insurance \" "';>,; ,,y'. S '
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effective planning order for stagger or pro-rate your ex- BUDGETING "1'i ";". ..

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the future and work back to the The dates when any current finance future major expense Taxes : ; *$r { :' .t '. : I\, :: '.
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Perhaps the most important and the amount of money that pay for them. This is especiallytrue TraDlPortaUon/Auto.Ha1it.fta'n', .' .\ ,1',.!.',:,,_., .,".: ..,.STrav.1 il'i.rt... :. ,.
financial objective of any familyis will then be free for other pur- if the items are extremely /Vacation ':"'if 3' ". f ;:.'. ,,-
a fund for emergencies; money poses. costly, the need for funds ,is at ', .'
which can be used in the event of The probable effective dates of least ten to fifteen years away, .Utilities !S _. __

accident, disability, sickness, any promotions or increases in inflationary trends are present in Other 5,"' j."
death, fire, loss by theft, or the economy, and your current
storms. Many families try to pay.The months 'during which financial obligations will not TOTAL EXPENSES $SB

establish an emergency fund by certain utility bills .such as fuel- allow you to set aside substantialsums
saving when expenses are low. will be below normal due to for the future.
Some earmark certain kinds of seasonal variation
HOW TO USE A BUDGET
income such as the wife's If you earn more than $10,800 .
Some people believe that
earnings-as a contingency fund. (Social Security taxable wage a "L
budget should not be departedfrom'
It's always:wise to have a .sum base, effective Jan. 1, 1973)), the once it has been drawn gigantic warehouse J"J"I
equal to at least three months date when your FICA deductionwill up; .,
that there's in
salary set aside in a savings stop and the sum per no use compiling a : \ ,
budget if don't stick to it.
account to meet any emergencythat paycheck that wfll then be Others maintain you that a budget. summer clearance
might arise.ESTIMATE. available to you.
should be used
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AND PLAN If your income exceeds your regarded: as a means to an end,
After, you have determinedyour requirements, then you have' rather than an end in itself, and E U R E K Al VACUUM CLEANERS

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for members of the NAS Jax will be the time to into the wilds by horseback, but
riding stables as they picked up receive riding instructions. The those under 12 must stay in the __'
"saddles, blankets and horses" trails are also I open for those immediate vicinity of the stables.A ;
and moved to a new and modern
total of 29 stalls were built at _
barn. the stables. The new facility was
The new barn is located across constructed through the Self-Help
Highway 17 in Yukon, Fla.,. (see program.

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New trails and additional Operating hours vary. Contact
riding lessons will be just part of Special Services for prices and
the services being offered at the wanting to ride:Prices are postedat operating schedule. There isn't a
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I bucket of water being filled by en-route to the new stables. It had ..THEN THE HORSES CAME Lucky day for the "Steeds", "Busters" and "Busteretts" as they
: Lani Miner. Lani is one of the been a long ride to the gate and it pass through the Main Gate enroute to their new stable in Yukon..
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Important New Discovery Made




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NAVAL MATERIAL COM- If there is a gap between the across the gap. As the metal t8
MAND, Washington, D. C. ends, the bone may knit, but not warms its memory pulls the _
"Hey, Charlie, can I use your as well as it would had the ends bone ends together rightly, + r
blow torch for a few minutes?" been in complete contact.Here is something even the skilled handsof t 1

"Sure, what's ,the problem?" where NITINOL helps.A piece of the orthopedic surgeon cannot '
"Aw,I got a fender wrinkled up the material, its memory set to do.Medicine 'I
and I want to straighten it out." react to body temperature, is frequently has a need ',z" ''
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Far fetched? Not at all if your cooled to 50 degrees and fastenedto for a continuous monitoring of 1 K (. >
fenders are made of NITINOL, the two halves of the bone blood temperature to detect, for : \',
the Navy's metal with a memory. example, the beginning of fever ,, \,
Form piece of this metal into after an operation due to in ... ',t70..' '
any useful shape, heat treat it at Wig Policy fection. A piece of NITINOL can \ .,"..,.>>: J'...
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then on. If the piece, like the Is Specific perature above standard body

fender, is deformed by bumping, temperature 98.6 degrees. Set BARRETT DECORATED SKI Robert William Barrett of
twisting, or what have you, the Jax Navy grooming policy into a meter type frame, it can FICEUR was recently presented with the Navy Achievement Medalby
application of a bit of warmth will permits a wide variety of hair give either visual indication of Capt. E. R. Sourbeer, Jr., Commanding Officer of FICEUR.
result in the metal's reforming styles. The primary con- temperature increase, or it can Barrett received the medal for professional achievement In the
i itself to the original shape. sideration is a neat,well groomed be used to make electrical con- superior performance of his duties In the Republic of Vietnam from
Imagine having toys made of appearance, and the maximum tact to activate an alarm. The February 1972 to January 1973 as'an advisor to the Vietnamese Navy.
NITINOL! After children had length of hair is not specified. NITINOL would be activated by a
-: bent them out of shape, after the Regulations require only that small probe reaching through the Exchange' Express Store
Christmas gifts have suffered the the hair be tapered, be off the skin to a vein or artery. ..
frequent casualties of young ears, not fall below the eyebrows
NITINOL has for
ingenuities, mother only would when a man is uncovered,or bush something
everyone, including the preteenset. Undergoing New ChangesJaxThe
need to put the wreckage into a excessively below the band of Used in place of stainless
warm oven, and everythingwould properly worn headgear.
steel for orthodontic braces
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be back to original mint Sideburns may be grown to the Navy Exchange is at pearance. In addition to adding
condition. bottom of the earlobe as long as crooked teeth, the alloy will use it again! That's putting it mildly, more shopping space and mer-

Well, it is possible, but costs they are not flared and are neatly its memory to maintain pressureon but in this instance an expansionof chandise display area, two
today would preclude such trimmed. Similarly, beards and teeth without the necessity for services and merchandise is in registers will be added at the end
moustaches authorized the customary rubber bands and of each These additional
fanciful uses. Tomorrow-next are as the works. wing.
year-maybe. But NITINOL does long as they do not present a would cut drastically the numberof registers should double the
visits to the dentist for ad The already established Express -
have important uses in medical ragged appearance. This includes amount of customers and reduce
and dental techniques.For full and partial beards and justment. Store, located in the the necessity of waiting in line to
example, one problem Insetting mustaches of reasonable size. NITINOL is an alloy which was NATTC area, is undergoing a check out with your items.

a broken bone is the one of The Chief of Naval Operations discovered and developed at the refacing.The .
new layout, which will Another deep freeze will also be
insuring intimate contact bet- desires to permit standards of U.S. Naval Ordnance Laboratory
ween the two halves at the,break. grooming as close as possible to in White Oak, Maryland, just utilize the present storage space, installed. This will allow more
._... current civilian styles. At the outside Washington, D. C. Its will take on a "U" shape ap- frozen vegetables and frozen
-, ; Ng'3.rnsa same time, he expects a com- name comes from the two prepared dinners to be available.
: manding officer to ensure neat, elements composing it, NI Children Need It is expected that ,the new
I clean military appearances of his (Nickel) and TI (Titanium), and addition will be completed in

personnel.It NOL for Naval Ordnance Dental Check? September.
rtea' I II
( is considered that Navy Laboratory. The metal is non-

I grooming policies now written, corrosive, non-magnetic and Jax-Appointments are now
1249.1251 King St. accomodate both. Therefore, lightweight. Its memory is being taken for dependent rtorfcr YOU eottMKm( 4(BOUNCE
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Jacksonville, Florida 32204 when in uniform in and it works is -? S
or a duty unique, why still children whose sponsor's birth ft
WANTEDUSED I status, wigs or hairpieces may being researched. However, we month is August.
CAMERAS AND .1 not be worn except for cosmetic do know it works, and a numberof Dependents of active duty and
,. EQUIPMENT. WE PAY reasons to cover natural baldnessor activities, both military and retired personnel between the
'1 TOP DOLLAR-388-8535 I physical disfiguration. This civilian,are tailoring it to satisfy ages of six and 23 years of age are
IBK/NG I policy is applicable to both active their requirements.The alloy has eligible for the stannous fluoride
THIS AD WITH YOU
duty and reserve personnel. been made available to the treatment.
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Navy's Technology Transfer the sponsor at the NAS Jax AUTHORIZED PURCHASES
Program which is designed to Dental Department appointmentdesk.
offer the results of the Navy's Each dependent will .
research and development for receive an examination, an ;:,0

translation into nonmilitaryuses. application of stannous fluoride,

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Jax Federal Credit Union.

dNhfl6fLLii7.3566 JI

: Increases Interest RatesThe :


Ads arriving Should too be late mailed for this to arrive deadline not Will later than Tuesday for publication the following. Thursday. Ads Jax Navy Federal Credit ,time."
b
strutted otherw/s/ A check or published the following week unless the publisher Is In. Union has announced that one- The credit union general 'I' ,
money order
for the cost of the
ad must bit received WITH the
RATE: minimum copy. year. term Blue & Gold Certificates manager, Don Athearn, reports
charge ((3 lines) ...$2.00 Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...SOc of Investment purchasedon that it is not necessary for !3

Mall tor HOLT PUBLISHING CO..4747.SAN JUAN AVE..JACKSONV.llLE. 32210 or after ,August 3, 1973, will holders of one-year Term Certificates l

earn interest at the rate of 6tt of Investment to bring '

1.iuiJRj1: : Responsible KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER ORANGE PARK DUPLEX.FURN, percent per annum* In addition, them in to the credit union. At the

of $7.00 per month.party take Rayfield's up payments $165.2BR., Conv. NAS, children welcomed. the interest rate on all existing maturity date, existing fcer- ',
TEMPORARYJOBS per mo. 264-6884. 1
FOR NAVY WIVESAll 6437 Wilson Blvd., 772-8936 one-year term Blue & Gold tificates will be automatically '

office skills needed. Long and LUMBER & BUILDING FOR RENT Certificates will automatically renewed for another one-year ,'

short assignments. No fee. We Pay Hrs.8A.M.-9P.M.Sun.N oon-6PM.SUPPLY Mobile Home, 4BR., IVaBath furn., increase to 6Vi percent at the period and the interest rate will :

You. RLT& CO. $175. + lot rent 778-1661. maturity date of- the certificate.The be increased to 64 percent ',,"

XTRA HELPERS-3U-518I 1930 Cassat 389.2686 without any action on the part of
MOBILE HOME OFF 103rd
MOBILE HOME SALESMAN AUTO AIR COND. SERVICE 2BR,CH&AC. Patio,Awning,15' XI00' the certificate holder. "

High pay short hours, part-time. Room Units, Central Units, Tyler lot, beautifully landscaped, no credit union board of : J
Apply In person, Mobile Home Heating & Air Conditioning 4711 children, no pets $130. 733-5579. directors has also expressed its

Brokers, 5887 Roosevelt Blvd.SECURITYGUARDS. Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161.. ZBR. FURNISHED APT. intention to' pay the regular X ",

Near NAS & Cecil dividend of 5% percent plus a
AIR CONDITIONER Swimming Pool,
WINDOW UNITS SERVICE $85. mo., 771-0348. "bonus"dividend of V percent on MARKS THE SPOT!! ;

Hrs.8AM9PM., Sun.Noon.6PM. na ....,-> ','. .. regular share accounts for the WANT A BARGAIN
RETIRED MILITARY WELCOMEDThe tWkJ J 1 lif: JTh J UNUSUAL CARS '
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta RLT&CO. ; third quarter of 1973, ending '
1930 Cassat,389.2686 73 FIt 124 Sp-Cpe $3499 .' 4
Jacksonville, Fla. Branch has Immediate September 30.
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
5,000 ml., 5 speed. Air '.' !
openings In Its security force. frM1 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS Clean modern 1
*$TATEWE vqUW., ,.,, 73 Mazda RX3wg! $3599 '1-
Must be In excellent physical condition -> v' .t trailer and apts. 389-3007. '
Rotary Engine AT, Air .t'
& undergo strict security Investigation
BUY & SELL EQUITIESCall LG. 72 Vega GT 2 dr $2799 .h
& fire arms qualificationtest. PRIVATE TRAILER LOT When making the an-
us for quick service Turboglide, R&H Air
$6700 with 10 Between NAS & Cecil,
Salary per year Morrison I I.Taylor, Inc. $35.00 771-0348. nouncement, Credit Union 7)) Plym Fury III $2499
percent shift differential for night 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. President W. Mel Ross stated 2 Dr., HT, R&H, Power, Air
work. Excellent company paid 771-30S2 WEBUYANDSELLGOOD 71 MG B Convt
737-3844 "The board of directors is Interested $2299
Uniforms &
benefits. equip provided
USED MOBILE HOMES Wire Wheels, R&H72TOYOTAWag
& cleaned at no cost. For informationcall Phone 388.4619 in providing credit union $1999
Ext. 211, 8:30-4:30 P.M. TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo
354-8211, : COLONY MOBILE HOMES members with opportunities to Corolla AT, Air
Frl. An Equal opportunity up to twenty acre Tracts 5 mile
Mon
Sales & Rentals, 9359 103rd St. earn interest on their savings, 71 Pinto Runabout $1599
radius Cecil
Field
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1.295
$2,000.00 to
Employer. Photostating and notary service. Call 2000 Engine,,4 spd, R&H
3000.00 per acre. Prices are far
7710375 69 MOB Convt $1499
ODD JOBS below near-future values. Call Art which is comparable to that Wire Wheels. R&H

Ca 781-9248 Laughrun, Ret. Navy Chief 389-5514 LET YOUR RENT available at other savings in- 70 Toyota Crn.sod $1399,
Eve 7717441. BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT 4 Dr, AT, Air
After: P.M. stitutions. During these
WYNNE REALTYOF FLORIDA DEPOSIT REQUIRED par .
49 FIAt 124
Sp-Cpe $1299
Realtors SpecialistWE SUMIT MOBILE HOMES ticular economic conditions, the New Paint, R&H67MGBConvt .
NAVYParf.tlme'lob 5210 Phillips,Highway,733-9422 credit union's income has increased $1199
flexible hours, leads to
BUY EQUITIES BRING THIS AD FOR $100 OFF,
career 721-3600, because' of the higher Wire Wheels, R&H 4
Louise T.
Bailey
68 Mustang Cpe $999 1,
Broker 771-3605 '7312X65 MOBILE HOME interest rates being earned on ..
HELP WANTED Already set up on lot, 3BR., ,central investments. Therefore, the V8 3 speed, R&H

Navy men who work nights at the base CALLA SHIPMATE Air. 1 134 Bath, carpeted, loaded Including credit union is able to share these Many ,Many Other Bargains In& .
are urgently needed as part-time Joe Ropiak(RET Navy) washer,dryer, & Dishwasher Sports Imports Compacts
additional earnings with the Pickups. Bank financing at
employees at McDonald's Restaurant. Licensed Real Estate Salesman off 103rd Toward Cecil $600. Assume.
Work for 3 to 6 hrs. a day. Seven daysa Representing loan, 771-4713 after 7:00: p.m., M-F, members. It may not be possible, "THE HONEST FRENCHMAN"

week. Apply In person at Mc Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors Anytime Weekends.FfANsPAo. however,to continue these higher ARMAND DUFRENE

Donald's Restaurant 6546 Normandy Home 781-7715 Office 771-9513 rates over an extended period of 2052 MAIN ST.PH.3SS-3616
Blvd. I ji1: 1 I -

IN REAL ESTATE MATTER'SCall
NORRELL Wayne Shrum '72 KAWASAKI -

TEMPORARY Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors 3 Cylinder, 52 H.P., Less than 4,000 .4
SERVICES 771-9513 miles, EXCELLENT CONDITION,
Welcome NAVY WIVES to enroll withus See AI Swalne, DuPont Terrace Apts., Big Chief Say...
for temporary work with our new HOUSE FOR SALE Apt. 34, Anytime. 6916 Old' Kings Rd. '!;
WESTSIDE OFFICE Orange Park Pool, CH&A, 3BR., 2B.. South. .
ALL SKILLS-NO FEE Fireplace in spacious den, formal LR FREE FRONT 'J.
BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY
NORRELL & DR, Lg. utility (could convert to
Used VW's, Compacts, other foreign
6316 San Juan Ave., No.41 BR.), Lg. corner lot, decorative '
makes. Astro Motors,6566 NormandyBlvd. WHEEL ALIGNMENT
786-7170 wooden privacy fence, new carpeting 7814978. /
thruout Conv.to schools $49,500 firm.
Phone 264-3168, 264 4222 after 5P.M. SACRIFICE WITH PURCHASE OF
NEED EXTRA 1969 Harley Davidson cycle 74, 1200

SPENDING MONEY ADAIR REALTY c.c., Rebuilt Engine still under 4 TIRES -
McDonald's needs part-time em. Call Associates warranty. A-1 Condition. 733.2365.

ployees.An Ideal lob for mothers with AI Royce '"
school age children.: Work while your Ralph Latiner '70PONTIACLEMANSSport

kids are In school. Needed for work Fred Cline Coupe. All power, AT, AC, 4 PLY
from 3 to 6 hrs. a day. Seven days a USN RETIRED Bucket seats, Black leather interior. >
week. Apply In person at McDonald's 771-5877 A-l condition $1995. Phone 733.2365.
Restaurant 6546 Normandy Blvd.
6303 COMMODORE DRIVE NO CASH NEEDED H'EAVYDUTY
3BR., Excel. Cond., W-W Carpeting, NOCREDITNEEDEDE2
TRANSITION OPPORTUNITYWant
10'X10' utll. shed, fncd. Back Yd., &
and II or older.
3 Men to train as auto parts store up yrs.
managers under protect transition. Conv.NAS, I mmed.Poss., $19,000. By We can sell you a car and get complete, : /
Owner 772-9479. financing arranged. 353.4575.RX2 .
Openings available In Jacksonville,
Gainesville & Tallahassee. Top pay&
HARLOWBLVD. ROTARY MAZDA POLYESTER
benefits with advancement op Name your terms on this lovely 3BR., 15,000 Miles, Under Warranty, loaded, .
3891644. -
portunities.
2B. ,Home. Lg. FR, w-FP. $2600., Ph. 772.2967.
WINDSOR FOREST

Immac. 3BR, 2B. Home w-Den, 1971 PONTIACCATAUNA2DR.HT c ..
Foyer, Lg. LR, sep. DR, eat-in kit. Auto, PS PB, 4 New Tires, Low 27,000 MILE GUARANTEE
A recorded message by "equip." Fncd. lot. Approx. 200' deep. Mileage, Excel. Cond.,$2350. 772-8270.

SCOTT you EDWARDSTells how to be a have NEED2BR.HOMEWe several which are worth '68 PLYMOUTH SPORTS SATELITE b F78x14 or 15 ....4 tor '$6 710 )

DISC JOCKEYCall much more than the asking prices, all PS,AC,AT,$850. '
355-2944 any hour. Approved for In Immac. cond. Some with garden 389-7317 : G78x14 or .15 .4 for $750H78xl4
veterans. Columbia School of space. l ... .1
Broadcasting. San Francisco. ,Not Louise Bailey '72 HARLEY DAVIDSON SS350
affiliated ,with CBS Inc. Course by 771-3605 Broker Perf. Cond., $560.00. See at Ables 15 $8310 :c',
Sunoco Sta. 1408 No. 17 Orange Park, or ....4 for
home
study.AIRELITE ,
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INDUSTRIES OF JAX 1: 1966 CHEVELLE MALIBU SS 118x14 or 15 ....4 for 91 ao ','
ORANGE PARK
Fabrication In rescreenlng, window Dish- V,. "-Spd., extra clean, low mileage,
screens, screen doors, patio & pool 2BR.. Apts. furn. or unfurn. low 358- i4
Elizabeth ,no money dwn., mo.pymts.! P 900x15 .4 $9110
Carpets
enclosures, aluminum roofs & car- washer. Drapes 0881. ... for :
ports, free estimates. Owned ,& Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS.. ,

operated by: Norman T. Abrams,
MALIBU F.E.T. From 2.09 to 2.80
CHEVELLE
,2568 Edison 1972
USN Paul Tinney
retired,
2BR., Furn., water, sewage & gar
2DR. Hard Top, Vinyl Top all power
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Ave., 384.1242.LIVE
bage, parking cars, small children, and air cond., low mileage. 2895.733 SSS INSTANT CREDIT
small pets o.k $125. mo., Washer
CRABS 2365 or 744.<4832.
Wilford's Fish Camp $8.00, 387.2541 or 387-0744. No down payment Long terms
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1930 Cassat 389-2686 GO GO DANCERS


GEORGE'S KENNELSDogs All I I i4 TIRE COMPANY .t'
&Cats Boarded Topless OPEN DAILY 8-6 i4 L
Pick-Up & delivery services since ,

1925. Grooming, training & shipping. BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS :
Visitors welcome. BankAmerlcard & 11 AM til 2 AM Daily ."

Mastercharge Cassat Ave. &honored.Edgewood.Off 1.10 near 1 \' 1080 Cassat Ave. 368-9016 A AahhA

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Jax- 86 ,Wives Club Plans

I, / Movie Schedule


To Hold Garage-Bake" .,: Sale

By Judy Becker Orange Pane. At the club's chairman,Mrs. Robert Judd is in
Jax NWCA Jax No. 86 business meeting her friend Mrs. charge of the event. FRIDAY,AUG.10
members are busy cleaning Owens THURSDAY.AU( .9
initiated
Lynn
was as a NAS: "PAYDAY" Drama,
;1 house and baking in preparation new member; Mrs. Robert Members are' being asked to NAS: "DIAMONDS ARE Starring Rip Torn and Ahna
f I for their Garage-Bake Sale Houghton, layette chairman, help paint the upstairs of the FOREVER" Action Drama, Capri. "R" (103 min.) _
planned for Saturday, August 11 presented her with a layette; she clubhouse. A paint party is Starring Sean Connery and Jill HOSPITAL: "DIAMONDSARE
at 9:30: a.m. in the Westside held the winning number for the planned for August 18. The St. John. "PG" ((96 min.) FOREVER"
Atlantic Bank parking lot. Mrs. cake raffle and a few hours later August 15 meeting as well as a HOSPITAL: "INNOCENT SATURDAY.AUG.il
Harold Erb is chair:'an aided by she and her husband were the special meeting on August 29 will BYSTANDERS" Spy Thriller, NAS: "FROGS" Horror,
Mrs.Ray Shafer and Mrs. Robert be devoted Starring Stanley Baker and
proud parents of a new son. to revisions of the Starring Ray Milland and Sam
Mersey, The clubs annual family picnic clubs by-laws and the call to a Geraldine Chaplin. "PG" ((111 Elliot. "PG" ((90 min.)
Wednesday night was a big will be held August 25 at the national convention. min.)
night forMrs.. Richard Balling of NATTC picnic gr)Unds. Social HOSPITAL: "PAYDAY"SUNDAY
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NAS: "THEATRE OF

1 11;: Consolidate Your' Bills, To $2,000.00 ti Starring BLOOD"Vincent Horror Price and Comedy Diana,

6 S Rigg. "R" ((104 min.)
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TERMS TO SUIT YOU AT BANK RATES
HOSPITAL: "FROGS"MONDAY
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lOWSIISWIlCOMfO GIFTS ,\ 8 OUTHERN I NAS: "THEY'.' CALL ME
/J TRINITY" Western, Starring
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NQ.'kQ/Ch./ Outri'..CM Nautical; U .r
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Tarence Spencer."G"
.Paint .Fish Rnxvs tRurgee Jacket ::: ::::
.Hurdwnrc *Skies *Table/ Wear IVI".UD': :::: INDUSTRIAL BANK :::: ((111 min.)
r *Repair Materials tAcccnnnes;! Other Goodies ; 1 1 HOSPITAL: 'THEATRE. OF
WET StORAGE.MARINE HOISTS-HULL SERVICE-YACHT BROKER :':' :::: BLOOD".
EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTBOARD STERN DRIVE INBOARD :::: "The Little Bank with a Big Heart" V :::: TUESDAYAUG.U
\ SEE THE NEWEST BOATS. MOTORS. CANOES and TRAILERS :::: ::::
PIER 17 MARINA INC. 1 Member F.D.I.C.: j NAS: "EAGLES Action Drama OVER'LONQON" ,
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,, ROOSEVELT BLVD at ORTEGA RIVER ;; Our Installment Loan Dept. Is Open Until 4 P.M. \ \ Starring Francisco Evekyn Van Johnson.Stewart"PG"and.
f mp Lm ft mm JKJM tj/iri/itm iMlUMflltCMt' :::: 11 NORTH LAURA STREET PHONE 3SS- 622 ::
VvlrAvvHvmrCtCU ....,. (101 min.)
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I: *Mania Phon Mr 4649 OPEN SUNDAY .1. :::: i:::
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BOATS.MOTORS.'CANOE* ;: :.::.:
erbird-Starcraft-Mfg Troian Grumman.-Craft :::: ::: TRINITY"
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-The Veterans'of Foreign Y
FRIDAY,Auu. 10 I
Hominy oar, cheese Apple Crisp, Vanma Wars of Post 7909 have scheduled
BREAKFASTS Grits Fried
Eggs To Order, Grilled French Toast w-Toppng.Pudding! Topping, Strawberry Jello another delicious Barbeque .,I,

Maple Syrup Choice,of Bacon or SANDWICH LINE Chill dinner for this Sunday. '
Dogs, f
Ham, Home Fried Potatoes, Chilled Grilled Cheese & Ham, French Fried Cooked slowly over an open pit, of :
Apple Juice, Pastry Bar. Potatoes. fresh pork will top a menu full of t
DINNER Oyster Stew, Deep Fat
SUPPER Baked Veal ,
Fried Fish or Baked Meat Loaf Gravy, Buttered Loaf Tomato tasty trimmings. For your
Egg Noodles,
Baked Macaroni Cheese,' and Seasoned Greens, Simmered Pinto recreational pleasure, facilitiesof
Tomato, Seasoned Pinto Beans, Beans Corn Bread Muffins Salad the Post will be open to the 'rh, :
Buttered Brussels Sprouts,Salad Bar, Bar, Cheese Apple Crisp. Vanilla public.At \ ,
Strawberry Short Cake, Brown Sugar Pudding ,t\l\
Topping Strawberry Jello
Cookies/ < Lime Jello w-Topplng. w-Toppng.! only $1.50 per plate, the \7j5/A '
'SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers members of the Veterans of ;

Frankfurters, French Fried TUESDAY,AUG.14 ForeignWarscordially invite you
Potatoes, Potato Chips. BREAKFAST Hot Farina Chilled to dine with them at 6204 Blan-

SUPPER Ginger, Pot of Roast Beef Tomato Juice Fried Eggs to Order, ding Blvd. this Sunday. .I'
Natural Gravy Franconia/ Potatoes,
Home Fried Potatoes, Soft or Hard '
the whole 1
Hot Spiced Beets, Buttered June Peas, Cooked Eggs,-Choice of Bacon or Bring family .. .:
Salad Bar, Strawberry Short Cake,
Ham, Pastry Bar. The Platters who have been ''
Brown Sugar SATURDAYAUO.11 Cookies, Lime Jello. DINNER Cream of Tomato Soup, When it is necessary to hos- together over 12 years and sold ;,
Southern Fried Chicken, Snowflaked pitalize a patient incident to den- "
BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, over 80 million records,will be at
Potatoes, Hot Biscuits ,
w-J-loney tal care, CHAMPUS will share
Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto Chilled Cranberry Sauce, Cream Hancock Hall tonight (Thursday -
Order, Scrambled Eggs Cheese, Gravy, Seasoned Green Beans, Salad the costs of the hospitalizationeven .4 S j August 9)at 9 p.m.Tickets will be
Choice of Grilled Ham or Pork though the dental care itself
Bar, Cherry Pie, Oatmeal Cookies, 13.00 ..nd'a will be
Sausage Links, Baked Pork & Beans Vanilla Pudding, w-Coconut. may not be an authorized benefit.In nursery
Pastry Bar ,,; provided for the young ones if
SANDWICH LINE Corned Beef on such cases, CIIAMPUS will S v
BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Tomato Rye Grilled Hamburgers, BakedBeans ., enough people are interested..
Vegetable Soup, Hot Roast Pork Potato Chips. share the costs of all required services 14. ,.,;
Sandwiches, French Fried Potatoes, except those of the dentist. \:
SUPPER Spaghetti Italian Meat :
Seasoned Green Beans,
Chilled Brown Gravy Apple Sauce, Salad Bar, Sauce & Meatballs, Pizza Pie, Garlic :,:*:*:*:':':':':':':::.o.>:&x.yM:S:::;::::::=:::: ::.:::.:;:;:<<.;.:-:.:;:;:.:.:.: ; :< Bread, Parmesan Cheese, Broccoli
Pumpkin Pie, Plain Cake w-Jelly -
Spears Salad Bar, Cherry Pie, RetiredEnlisted .
Coconut Icing, Raspberry Jello w- -
Topping. Oatmeal Cookies Vanilla Pudding w TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS
Coconut.
SUPPER Barbecued Chicken, Plan Meeting .
Barbecue Sauce, Mashed Potatoes,
WEDNESDAYAUG.1S
Sauce, Seasoned Carrots, '
Cranberry .BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Fried 1
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Eggs to Order, Minced Beef on Toastor
Pumpkin Pie, Plain Cake w-Jelly Grilled Ham, Hashed Brown Jax -The following is a reportof Number of Violations- Association and its Auxiliary win t

Coconut 'Icing. Raspberry Jello w. Potatoes Chilled Pineapple Juice; motor vehicle accidents and This week 54. hold their regular monthly ,'

Topping. SUNDAYAUG.1JBREAKFAST Pastry Bar.'DINNERr. traffic violations for the period of 8. meeting-Bldg. 593 at 7:30 p.m. 9.on 9.
Vegetable Soup, Pan Speeding ,',
July 23-29., Wednesday, August 15.
Hot Oatmeal, Fried
: : Roast Reckless driving 1.
of Pork Loin Brown Gravy
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Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes w- Number of Accidents All retirees and their wives are '
Potatoes Chilled
Whipped Ap. Going through stop sign 5.
Choice of Bacon or invited to attend.
Maple Syrup plesauce, Seasoned Wax Beans, This week 9.
Ham, Cottage Fried Potatoes, Chilled O'Brien Corn, Salad Bar, Martha This week a year ago 10. Other Violations 40. :t

Tomato Juice, Pastry Bar. Washington Cream Pie, Pineapple Total accidents this '"
256.
BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Cream of Upside Down Cake, Hermits.. year Sixteen drivers appeared "
Potato Soup, Grilled ,Hamburgers Total accidents through this before their commanding of
French Fried Potatoes, Baked Pork SANDWICH LINE Assorted Cold period last year 238. rINEWBUSED

and Beans, Salad Bar, Cherry Pie, Cuts, Cheese Potato Salad, Baked Total number of days since ficers.
Oatmeal Cookies, Vanilla Pudding w.
Beans Potato Chips. last injury in a-motor vehicle Three lost driving and parking
Coconut. SUPPER Beef Sukiyaki, Steamed
SUPPER Roast Fresh Ham, Brown Rice, Eggs Foo Young, Pickled Beets, accident 20. privileges aboard the station for
Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Applesauce Buttered June Peas Salad Bar, Number of days since an injury various' periods; four were

Blackeyed Susans, Buttered Martha Washington Cream Pie, last year at this time 19. assigned to complete an eight- ..
'Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Cherry
hour course in remedial driving
Pudding ;
Pie, Oatmeal Cookies, Vanilla
none received suspensions; one
w-Coconut. -
MONDAYAUGU 1 =- :::* : was given warning; none were ':

BREAKFAST Hominy Grits, Fried = dismissed;' thirteen were fined .::
Eggs to Order, French Toast w-Maple I MAVIS RUSSELLat (U.S.:Magistrate).
Syrup Choice of PorkSausagePattles the piano bar MOTORCYCLES
or Crisp Bacon, Baked Pork & Beans .. COCKTAIL HOUR Fifteen drivers were assessed 6248 Blanding Boulevard
Chilled Orange Juice, Pastry Bar.
DINNER Navy Bean Soup YankeePot 5:00 til l 7 p.m.entertainment fourty-three traffic points. Phone 772-7741

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I:. .. ;. .(.2\\: BOATING ByJOHNLANDRYJax BITS In Tri-Meet At NAS Jax By Army

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[ ; The intramural sailing led by Lt. Kim Sniffen, third; By Maj.John Way Jax User fees at three U. S.
The Jax Swim Team walked off with top honors at a meet
once more
Navy
; to end last under the control of Lt. Army Corps of Engineers
season finally came an Hospital hosted at the NAS Indoor pool July 31st. The trt-meet, the last of the Novice
I Wednesday after completing 17 Skip Condon. season before the annual Florida Crown Novice Championships held this week at recreation area campgrounds in
I races. The season was plagued Two of these crews will go on to the Beaches Aquatic Club, featured the St. Augustine YMCA White Dolphins, peninsular Florida, have been
r r "J'! with cancellations caused by bad represent NAS Jax and NAS Cecil the Brlarwood Country Club, and NJST. discontinued, effective Immediately -
Leading his team In at the meet 12-year-old Scott Baltes racked up
scoring
it announced last
Naval District was
j weather and non-availability of Field in the Sixth three first-place wins In Individual competition. Not far behind, with two first-
I ; boats due to weather related Championships in Pensacola, place wins each,were eight-year-olds Connie Baltes Jimmie Lagdon, and Kevin Friday by District Engineer Col.
; \ I[ damage.The Read Cup challenge August 1317. The third will Nickens; nlne-year-old John Brennock: 11-year-old Jennifer Fitzpatrick; 14- Emmettt C. Lee, Jr. ,
with HMS Ark Royal, alone, represent the Jax-Cecil area in year-old. Lee Poldevant; 15-year-old Kerry Fitzpatrick; 10-year-old Brian Lee said the Corps began

; resulted in five capsizes which' the CINCLANTFLT sailoffs in Mason.All charging $2.00 per night user fees
In all, NJST accounted for 29 first-place wins, 13 seconds, and 10 thirds In
took several boats out of action Annapolis, August 21-24. The Individual events In addition, six NJST relay teams captured first places. at three camping areasOrtonaLock
awaiting parts or repairs. CINCLANTFLT races will be Significant for etght-year-olds Jimmie Lagdon and Kevin Nickens, who each St. Lucie Lock and Lake
After a five week delay, six held in conjunction with the East took two first place wins In Individual events, was the fact that they both participated Ocklawaha last May 26
In the 10 and under boys' freestyle relay (the next age-group up) and
races were held Sunday, July 29 Coast Championships. aided their relay team In Its first-place win. following enactment of a law by
arid the finals three races August East Coast winners and the The detailed results of the meet are tabulated below. Congress.The .
CINCLANTFLT winner will both 8 and Under Girls Jacksonville District
1.The series proved to be a test of go on to the All-Navy Cham Connie Baltea 29 yard Fly 1st Engineer said the law has been

.. skills in both light air drifters and pionships scheduled for August 29 yard Free 1st changed to eliminate user fees

heavy weather control. For the 27-29 at the Naval PostgraduateSchool Pam Kan gas 100 29 yard yard Breast Medley Relay 1st 1st except at "Class A", camp

i most part the crews ran their own Monterey, California. 29 yard Back ':''' 2nd grounds where a full range of
races by taking turns as race SAILING 100 yard Medley Relay 1st facilities are offered. No
committee and even bearing and FINAL STANDINGS Jacqut- Brennock,: 29 yard Back '3'' 1st peninsular Florida Corps
if r VA-174 60% ., ,29 yard Fly ;M 2nd
? adjudicating protests. 100 yard Medley Relay "l .:*' 1st operated campground falls in the
1 As a result of the experience VP-16 54% Donna.Jeffries ,>.n.. 29 yard Free :' 2nd fully developed category and

i and skills developed during the HOSPITAL 54 .;, 100 yard Medley Relay ,<>' 1st therefore, user fees have been
t series the Navy Jax Sail Club CARE CENTER 50:% 8 and Under Boy.' '!I terminated, Col. Lee said.
FASOTG Jlmmle 29 Breast ,1,. 1st
designated 13 crew members as 45% Lagdon' yard
( ... : '\ 1st
29 Free
racing skippers for NARU 43% \, yard Ramblin Rafters
I\ qualified c ; ((10&U)200) yard Free Relay" : ;) 1st
small boats (Class C Qual.) This VP-24 37 Kevin Nlckens 29 yard Back 1st
\ should drastically increase the FICEUR 33% 29 yard Fly 1st '
i9 .:l 1st Take To WaterJax
in (10&U)200) yard Free Relay
: navy representation Day ,
'. Sailer in the because Jamie Brennock 29 yard Free ;./ C 2nd
races area Cat Is Lost 10 and Under Girls
I I Attention all Ramblin
Class C skippers are eligible to Karen Shield 60 yard Back 'I 2nd
enter navy boats in races I Near MarinaJaxA I 200 yard Free Relay i 1st Raft Racers in the NAS Jax area 1

sponsored by any club in the Kerry Springer 200 yard Free Relay r 1st A certain local radio station .
'area. This will also be a big boost family that just recentlycame Diane Schumacher 200 yard Free Relay', 1st that goes APE over ecology is
:. to NAS Jax has lost their Tammy Watson :200! yara free Relay { let sponsoring the second annual
for the local Day Sailer fleet
smokey grey colored cat near the 10 and Under Boys '"' Ramblin Raft Race.
which has been dwindling in ,John Brennock 50 yard Back 1st
NAS Marina behind the Pirate'sCove.
There classificationsof
are seven
recent years to the point where i",. 50 yard Fly lat
very often there aren't enough of 200 yard Medley Relay lit rafts in the race and they are:
these boats to make up a class in The cat has a green collar and a Jon Luebke ',; 50 yard Breast lit Riverboat, Showboat, Tube
Puerto Rico rabies tag (No. !\ 50 yard Back, .. ,t 2nd Train, Bikini, Kayak and
any given race. 1976. if know :.t 1J' 1 ," 200 yard Medley Relay.;:, 1st American Open.
tne
you
f Leeway 50 Yard Free 2nd
The top three crews in the whereabouts of this cat, give Rick Tnomas 'MO vary Fre* R?Uy ,\;; lat U you've got a raft that seems
.series re: VA-174 skipperea DY Mrs. McCullough a call at 264- Paul Way ,'" 200 yard Memev Kplay' let to fit in one of these categories or
Chief Frank Doty, second: VP-ie 0809. Tim Mason 200 yard Medley<< Relay r (,,' 1st you know how you can build one

I .- 1MI Girls before August 18,then this is your ,
JenniferFitzpatrtck 60 lit
yard Fly
,1 !;:; I Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-JO p.m., 80 yard Free S 1st chance to show off your '
Michelle Springer ,60 yard Free ,. ,. '1 2nd seamanship.The .
D) PICKUP & DELIVERY 11-12 Boys {, race is going to be held on

t. : 0 ROAD SERVICE Scott Baltes 60 60 yard yard Back Breast .'fk'. ', : 1st 1st Doctors Lake and registrationwill
? 60 yard Fly .,.. lit begin at 8 a.m. on the 15th.
,
L O MECHANIC ON DUTY ,. 'J; 200 yard Medley Relay 1st For more information on the Raft

.. f U AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARSBOB'S JoeyOrfieldBobby 50 yard Breast '" 2nd Race and how'to enter, just stop
200 yard Medley Relay lit by the Tax Air News office in
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; Robert Schumacher 200 yard Meoiey Relay 1st
OAK HILL # Jeff Hamaker 200 yard Free Relay 1st form.
: :: 'Greg Hamaker 200 yard Medley Relay lit
C'" i Lin Jeffries 200 yard Free Relay lit
u gn THE FIRST UNITED
Eric Albiso : 200 yard Free Relay 1st 1
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Claude White Of VW-4 ,. ,'. j!i

Jax Rifle And Pistol Club
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Wins Atlantic Fleet Golf- -].... Hold First Match Of Month ;;.

Jax Claude B. White, a hole
VW-4 Hurricane Hunter sudden death playoff Beasley couldn't make the Jax The Jax :,
against Fred Komich Navy George Bolocanoff and .
won the 1973 Atlantic Fleet VP-49 when of tournament as a result of Rifle and Pistol Club held LCdr Steven Herrick. In
Komich
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(Jax area) Golf Tour- finished the tournamentwith also an illness in his family. its first match of the the Sharpshooter class If

nament at the NAS Jax a 330 total. Others the who participatedin month on August 4th. Dueto first place went to William .' \

Golf Course last week. White, Secia, Brake and Tournament Atlantic Fleet the small number of Johnson. :'f.

White shot rounds of 76- Komich are now at Little Godbold of were RVAH-3 Frank people that attended, only The next match is
77-78-74 for a 305 total anda Creek three classifications were Saturday 11
Va. participating in ;Randy Watkins of VA-83, shot. August at ,9 .
two stroke
victory the at the '
over CINCLANTFLT John Warren a.m. station range.
of VA-45 ,
Norm Secia of VA-81. Tournament being held all Frank Fender of CHAW-1, The overall match It is an NRA 1800 three gun

Secia was four strokes this week. Komich and Raymond Miller of winner was CWO-2 Lacey match. Anyone interested, ..
behind White after the first replaced Beasley when VA-45. Adams. In the Master please contact Chief
two rounds but in the third class, 1st and 2nd went to Balderston at Ext. 2330.. {
round Secia shot the lowest AOCS Ed Balderston and The club needs your' ,'.
score of the tournamentwith rl4$ n'rA111J.N(WISP Lt. Harry Siemen. In the support, so call Chief :h''

a 71 while White was TIIIAYlaIINTA ; Expert class, first and Balderston or just come
shooting a 78. As a resulthe second went to AOC out to the match. .,; _'"J:
took a three stroke'lead

over White going into the '!

last round. I SEE THE NEW .
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The fourth round didn't "
k ROLLING HILLS C-16 TODA Yi :?
prove to be quite as goodas ... .-.... '
the third for Secia .' : .,.
when ,i' :!I.' .
he shot a 79 to White's 74 __ f." '., / ,)

and White ended up the t, Jt c-4 r
winner on the rain soaked :
course. 1 1I

Cecil Field ended up

with 'three of the, four top
positions in the tour- I

nament when Adren J. .
Brake of VA-45 and James

Beasley, also of VA-45, ,
finished third and fourth
DUFFERS DISPLAY.TROPHIES Capt. C. E. Waite of COM- I
with totals of 324 and 330 7724 LENOX AVE
TACAIRLANT Law Center was on hand after the Atlantic Fleet if'v PHONE 781-1740
respectively. Tournament to award the trophies to the winners;.From left ClaudeB.
Beasley won his fourth White (1st), Norman Secia ((2nd), Capt. Waite Arden J. Brake
place position after a 'one- ((3rd) and James Beasley (fourth). PATIO

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tit. Mistresses Seek Improvement ; '. CECIL SPORTS .f:;, : .1


By Tom l\fcGpckfn' 0 r: ;,*,
fJ; 1 Elect New Leaders J __ .

After three postponements due foot leap to rob Marines' Anthonyof
:1 t tt i "On Tuesday evening, the 31st to weather the playoff game a home run.Dudderar .
: of July, 1973, "SORTES", the between the Marine Barracks & of VA-174 got home in
International Toastmistress Clubat VA-174 was finally played last the bottom of the third to make it
Cecil Field, held its annual Mondayat 1000. 2-0)&Fowler scored in the fourth.
Installation Party at the Officer's George Fowler got the After several outstanding
Club. The ceremony was simple "Hellrazors"going in the bottomof defensive plays, one by ,Art
and dignified and emphasized the the first inning with a round Neugebauer who speared a red
t: p ideal of group cooperation to trip with two outs..With a one run hot line shot at short stop VA-174
t achieve a common goal. The lead, VA-174 put on a defensive added two more runs in the fifth
{ incoming officers for the coming show that has paid off for them to put the game on ice.
year are: Viola Baughn all season. Thus ended the slow pitch
a 4 ; President; Joanne Kacer, Vice Fowler again came through season with VA-174 posting a .
!I. President; Louise Beard, with his back to the fence & a six perfect 16-0 record. .

:!Ekr Secretary; Betty Kenny, .
1.r. 1. Treasurer and Primm
Wright,
r HE Club Representative. The Installation Raiders Win .

Officer was Maxine .
1 Henderson. '

; Every women who becomes a '
,E:. Newly elected Officers (CL to RJ) Betty Kenny, Louise Beard, Ltlg| member of "SORTES" Toast- 6ND Crown ;,
JoanneKacer and Viola Baughn of Sortes, the International Toast. mistress Club joins it with a
[. mistress Club at Cecil Field, are congratulated by Cdr. Barrett, NAS desire for self development in .,
Admin' Officer. association with others.The club Despite rainouts, a crowded back against Glynco on Wed..
I t encourages its ,members to schedule & loss of the gator ade nesday&another shutout 3-0 with
t r continue to learn and grow cooler, Jim Lee's ,Cecil Field Don Briggance getting the win.
I ;, through study and practice. The team came out on top of 14 teamsto On Friday Cecil's Johnson shut
THE HAREM motivation for self developmentand win the 1973 Sixth Naval out cross town rival NAS Jax 3- .
I improvement leads the District Fast Pitch Tournament. 0. Hold on, another shut out by
I members of( Toastmistress to Played at Pensacola, which is in Briggance as they defeated NTC
!I New Summer Hours: Open 4PM! confidence in assuming the same rain belt as Jackson. Orlando 4-0 in the late late show.In .
I ALLNEWTOPLESSDANCERS responsibility in community ville, all but two of Tuesday's the finals played on Saturday
TOPLESS GO-GO 4PM-2AM r organizations and civic projects. games were rained out, which morning,Orlando'scored the only
I Raised Show Bar ) J "SORTES" opens its doors to all meant doubling up on the run of the tournament on Cecil,
10 W. Church St. 358.9618WILSON interested women and pledges to remaining days. but the raiders were not to be
achieve greater understanding Cecil Field defeated Mayport 4-: denied and closed it out with a 3-1
,1 throughout the world through 0 on Monday with John Johnson victory.
,I better communication". hurling the shut out. They came Both Johnson and Brigganceare
to be congradulated on some
Ponftoc fine pitching, as well as the
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At.6ND Softball 1 I

Jax The Jax Navy Fliers error. Cecil Field, scored their
FLEET SOFTBALL TOURNAMENTS Softball team traveled all the runs in the first and sixth innings win
Jax The Atlantic way to Pensacola for the Sixth with the two that came in the the .
Fleet (Jax area) Fast-Pitch and Naval District Softball Tour- sixth coming as the result of a ,
Slow-Pitch Tournaments are being played this week at nament only to be turned back in homerun by Tonges. title ;
NAS Jax to determine the representative for the the semifinals.The When the Fliers fell into the :
Jacksonville area at the CINCLANTFLTTournaments Fliers started off the loser's bracket they ran into the
that are being held next week in Norfolk,Va. tournament on a winning note team they had put in the loser's y.
when they were handed an 8-2 win bracket in their first of the runs
The finals for the Fast-Pitch game
Tournament are by NAS Meredian. Meredian tournament.Jax proved to be the
scheduled for tonight at 8 p.m. on the Hospital Field. could do no right as they com- downfall of Meredian again when j
Teams competing are from CPAW-11, VA-37, VW-4 and mitted 12 errors and collected they handed Meredian a 2.1 I
VP-16. only five singles. The Fliers, in defeat and knocked them out of Boy :
The Slow-Pitch Tournament has semifinal the meantime,were able to score the tournament.
a
game three in the second
runs inning,
scheduled for tonight at 6 p.m. on the Hospital l Field and four in the third and one in the Meredian registered on the .
the final game is set for Friday at 5 p.m. on, the new fourth, and with only two hits in Scoreboard first with a run in the runs
varsity field. Teams participating in this tournamentare those three innings. Meredian first inning and it proved to be
VP-49, VA-174, NS Eleuthera Bahamas made a vain attempt at a enough until Cliff Collins came up had ,
VP-16
VP-
for the Fliers in the seventh Inning ,
24 and VA45.These comeback in the seventh inning,
after with in and cracked a two-run the
coming up one run
schedules for the tournaments may have to be the third, but fell far short with .
very flexible as a result of all the recent rain, so if you only one run. I i'i"
don't'want to miss the ball games check with the In the second game of the
Athletic Office at Ext. 3239 for any change in times or tournament fqr the Fliers it was >'
fields Key West's turn to fall to Jax. .
This game went to Jax by a 5-1 :.

INTRAMURAL GOLF MEETINGJax score. MONEY
Tom Tenhagen pitched his
An Organizational meeting for the upcoming second consecutive five-hitter of }
Intramural Golf season was held yesterday at the NAS the tournament to hold Key Westto
athletic office in Bldg. 563. If your unit or command one run while the Fliers were w
would like to participate but were not able to attend the picking up one in the third,one in
the fifth and three in the sixth.
meeting, call the athletic office at Ext. 3239 as soon as
The big sixth inning was providedby
possible. Jesse Balboa's single and
INTRAMURAL PISTOL MEETINGJax stolen base,two errors on the Key
An organizational meeting for the Intramural West first baseman and a income -

Pistol season that will begin on September 10, will be sacrifice fly by Terry Tucker., ;
The third of the tour-
held on August 15 at 9:30: a.m. in Bldg. 563. If your unit or game
nament proved to be a match-up
command plans to compete this season you should havea between Jax and their old family ::
team representative at this meeting! nemesis and cross-town rivals -
LADIES BOWLING LEAGUEJax Cecil Field. The result was the
All interested in the Ladies first loss of the tournament for
women joining
Jax and a 3-0 win for Cecil Field. without touching a penny 11's! t
Invitational that will
Friday Night Bowling League Johnson,the Cecil pitcher,held
begin play-at the Jax Bowling Center on Sept. 7 at 7:30: Jax to four hits and no runs. The Sound far-fetched Not with our a
p.m. are asked to contact Becky Jackson at 778-0555 or only Flier to make it past second As a member -you can have
indefinitely..without reducing !
Kay Felton 771-2882 to inform them of your interest or base in the game was Ed Mc- higher monthly income is ;
Bride when he singled, stole
for more information about the league. five to thirty years!
second and reached third on an

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