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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 16, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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our efforts to make the JAX AIR NEWS- Market" Editor, c-o JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, NAS 6g F:
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LATWINGER more "your" paper, arrangements have Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212. 7b s11,jj,* Ar I
been made with the publisher to provide free wantadsfor OR Y .p

our military and civilian employee readers. The free "Flee-T Market" Editor, c-o LATWINGER Box 111, /;
want-ad columns will be called the "Flee-T Market" and NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215 These forms must I'd
will begin in next week's edition. r ,lCa
(typedor
all information requested, ie: Full name < r ?.a
provide
This free service will be provided under the
following printed) of person submitting ad and his signature,
conditions and requirements for our readers con- grade or rank-rate, office or activity to which he is
venience and we Urge everyone to adhere to these rules assigned and office telephone. This information is for

very vice. carefully in order that we may continue this ser- authentication only and your ad should be worded in-

dependently of this information.

1. Advertising will be accepted only from active duty 5. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear in the
military or civilian employee personnel assigned to NASJacksonville following edition is FRIDAY NOON Ads arriving after

or NAS Cecil Field. that date will be placed in the following week's edition.

Ads will be run only one time, unless re-submitted as z
2. Free advertising in the "Flee-T Market" will be
limited to: offers to buy, sell or rent housing for personaluse prescribed above.

as. _a residence; offers to buy or sell personal 6. No phone calls will be accepted regarding "Flee-T
property;' offers of or requests for rides to and from Market" advertising. The JAX AIR NEWS and LAT-
work; announcements of educational courses offered by WINGER offices cannot provide typewriters or typing v J '/'R ;

non-profit organizations or government agencies. Ads services for advertisers.
for rentals will be accepted only if the words "PCS" (for
military), or "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No more
leaving the Jacksonville area) are included in the than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be accepted.

wording of the ad. 8. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business,
or which do not meet the above requirements, will be
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the rejected. The.publisher reserves the right to omit any or
"Flee-T Market" ad form which will be printed in each all ads. THIS LOVELY LASS remindsyou
edition of our paper. (See page 10 of this edition). Ads to cut out the "Flee-T
Don't forget we plan to start the "Flee-T Market"next
written in longhand will be rejected. Market"ad form on Page 10. We
week, so write those ads and mail them to us! suggest you use something safer
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T Someone probably wants exactly what you want to sell. than a chainsaw, however.


I BOOST Program Open To All HandsThe | Survey ReportsA I


BOOST (Broadened development of study officer and are married or one page survey sheet (page-5)) has been printed

Opportunity for Officer skills are included. single, male or female, again for you to make your comments and choices on.
Selection and Training) Applicants must be at active duty or civilian, and Forward these surveys to the JAN Office, as soon as you
Program prepares least 17 years old, and not betweeri;the ages of 17'and can or deliver them to our shop. We would like to make a

selected personnel from older than 23 on June 1 of 23, you may qualify for the complete report.of our findings. and,statistics, in.. the: Sept.
educationally deprived or the year they are acceptedfor program. 13 issue'' '

culturally differentiated BOOST. 'In the remarks section of: the survey be sure. to say
backgrounds for entry into For entrance to USNA Contact your Education
or what you want to about the changes you hope to see.
the Navy or Marine Corps NROTC, you must be no Officer or the Educational WHERE ARE WE???
officer ranks via the Naval older than 20 on June 1 of Services Office topside in Surely there are many things happening on the station

Academy. '(USNA), the the year you are accepted. Bldg. 200 (Ext. 2596). that the Staff here can know about, so why don't you tell
Naval Reserve Officer

Training Corps (NROTC), Applications must be us.The JAN offices are located in the Main Admin.
completed and received
by
or the Navy Enlisted Building aboard NAS Jax
Second
the Navy Recruiting Floor, Rooms 230 and
Scientific Education Command no later than 231. Drop your story, idea or photograph by for com-
Program (NESEP). DDdDa ments and possible publication. The office
The curriculum ,March 15. Notification of telephone.
concentrates numbers is 3118.
.j. on math, selection is made in May w .

science, ,and the communication and the BOOST Program MX Nxxdxd? Yxs IndxxdXvxn
skills of begins in August at the NAVAL AIR .STATONPR9TESTANT,

reading, writing, listening Naval Training Center at though our typxwritxr is an old modxl, it works quitx wxll
and speaking. Instructionis San Diego, Calif. Sunday xxcxpt for onx of thx kyxs. Thxrx arx 41 kxys that function, but just
Divine Worship 8:30: a.m. onx kxy not working makxs thx diffxrxncx.
individualized and If are motivated to at All Saints Chapel.
you Church School 9:30: a.m. Somxtimxs it sxxms that our own attitudx is not unlikx thx typx-
personal counseling and become a commissionedThe Divine I Worship 11 a.m. atAll writxr. You may; say, "Wxll, I am only onx pxrson. I won't makx or
Saints Chapel.Junior brxak an organization.."
12:30 Youth Fellowship But a succxssful organization, to bx xffxctivx, rxquirxs thx activx
pm. Senior Youth
AIR NEWS Fellowship 1:30: p,m. participation of xvxry mxmbxr. So thx timx that you think that your
Evening Worship 7:30 p,m, xfforts arx not nxxdxd, rxmxmxr thx typxwritxr and say to yoursxlf,
The JAX AIR NEWS .is. a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper at the Small, Chapel. "I am"a vxry kxy pxrson in this organization and I am nxxdxd vxry
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Tuesday much.
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing ,Company,' a Senior Choir Rehearsal /
private f irm.All submitted p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
Copy for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Christian Science
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs, Office, Box 2, NAS p.m. at the Small Service Chapel.8
,; Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.
News Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 NAVAL HOSPITAL
or 3119. Divine Worship 9:30 a,m.
at St. Lukes.
f "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, Worship
+.1 F, user, or patron. A ,confirmed violation or rejection 0this' Service Building/ ,500.10:30: a.m. In
!I("'.' policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the
.' refusal to print advertising from that source. CATHOLICSaturday
; Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries St. Edward's Mass 5 p Chanel.m. at
rr concerning such should be directed to: Sunday Mass a.m and 11
pR4k ? a.m. Dally Mass-Monday,
"';' THE Tuesday, Thursday and
HOLT PUBLISHING
p COMPANY Friday/ 30 a.m Wed (
= 4747 San Juan Ave.,Jacksonville, Fla.32210 nesday Mass It 30 a.m, at 1 P
',111...... cci7 0 Telephone 387-35o4 the Naval Hospital Chapel.
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Jax The "Mad Foxes" of VP-5 celebrated their t

,'100,000th hour of completely accident-free flying here ,I

l last Thursday as Ens. John Byrne, the squadron's most .,

recently designated aviator, landed 'one of i

"Orions".

Serving on the flight crew was From Iceland to Cuba
Cdr. Frank Woodlief, VP-5 CO Crete to the
and the first NFO to take the "Mad Fox" with
helm of a Navy patrol squadron.The hammer has been
"Mad Foxes" 100,000 hour equivalent of 60 trips
safety record is presently and back without the
unequalled by any of the 12, injury or substantial
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operational patrol squadrons in an aircraft.,
1{,the Atlantic Fleet.
.VP-5 has amassed this enviable The squadron has
its position as the
record in 12 of all-weather
years
the Atlantic Fleet
operations in both hemispheres. 1
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safety traordinarily program. HS-5 ENTERTAINS ORPHANS During a recent "Open.gat House" held in Souda Bay, Crete, 35 z
t",' orphan girls were treated to a one-time performance by the HELANTISUBRON FIVE'' (HS-5) 1
This program "repertory company". Two of the squadron raft, were costumed and brought to life when they
Impetus with the introduced themselves, answered questions and went "fishing". After the performance, Lt., Mike I"
of a separate O'Hearn (L) and Lt. Bill McCamy (R) Insured their talents were appreciated by "bribing" the
Department within the audience with candY.EDITORS NOTE: HS-Sls one of several helicopter antisubmarine squadronsthat
N V more than two years will be reporting to NAS Jax from NAS Quonset Point, R.I.) :
;' Department relies ,,1

\,." perience knowledgeable of some pilots of VP-24 Heading For Keflavik ,

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crewmen as it
,facet of squadron Jax-Iceland..second largest patrol aviation role in this important based at. Keflavik, Iceland.
The scope of in Europe, spawned by outpost of the NATO VP-24 flight crews will, for five
programs is quite volcanic eruption and defense structure.A months, man those Orions flying
by daring Viking hours while out
compassing flight long carrying
glance at the of the
ground maintenance while the rest of the map their mission of detecting,
North Atlantic and its adjoiningland
driving education. world slumbered locating and tracking the un-
masses quickly points out
..;' derseas threat. '
:" Recent efforts by Iceland..home of the world's Iceland's strategic geographicalvalue. In addition, flying above the I,
.
-, I ment included an parliament, the world's Arctic Circle from bases in '
Cdr. Woodlief safety survey volcano, some of the Potentially hostile submarines, Norway, Denmark, Greenland,
of VP-5's deployment most rugged geography sailing around the Norwegian Germany and the United (
aspect of operations most beautiful scenery and, North Cape or from the Soviet Kingdom, the "Batmen" will ,
We've Changed our Name unexplored in this the,next five months,home of Baltic bases enroute to positions keep constant watch over the
but the SERVICE is. the Sameat.
.... of ground, where they could pose grave ocean's, ,sea lanes, charting and
flight .operations at ; The "Batmen" will! join the threats to ,the security of the reporting a vast array of in- }.
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.:.: Spain and NAF Lajes, Defense Forte >on Aug. NATO,allies, must pass through formation ranging from Iceberg
.:i As _a result of relieving VP-56 of,the Navy's waters covered by P-3C "Orions" tracking shipping surveillance. I
HONDA valuable insight was J "
potentially hazardous

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Shipping for another 5 years is ,v ,;" ,
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,r/ A02 O.M. Bonds of LATWING ., Washington/Baltimore to San Juan The Jamaica Inn at Walt Disney ,.

ONE. 1)' ;lof. runs you $43.50 plus security charges and World for $8 per day.

t you don't have to wear a uniform.
i Take a friend'or your family to Walt
'.. The Jolly Roger in Ft.Lauderdale
Disney World just outside of Orlando,

for,$8 per day. Florida. Explore the Magic} Kingdom, a i
You can cruise the canals of the
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Florida Gold Coast Or
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Capital. play
One.way military reserved coach
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WashingtonfBalt more is only$46
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WIVES..; from the of the
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One way reserved; military air fare .
.*,, _' good until December 15, 1973. \
t TO NURSING .."_ from Atlanta is $35, plus security charges.Please Meals or local taxes not included. ",' ,
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Your free time can be turned into 1 send me complete information onEastern's .'
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cash by part time assignments in I the U.S. and any time except from 2 p.m. .
Beach discounts and vacations ,
hospitals nursing homes and 1 Duty :
private homes. Work when you I I" to midnight on Fridays and Sundays. _'
want for as long as you want. No I S.Paul KalooshanManager "
fee to register.We 1 If you have any questions, call your
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are looking for... I Eastern!Air Lines,Inc. ''. }*- -7". I" SATO office or Eastern. Or you can mail 'i :'
Executive Office .' ". I" us the coupon and we'll send free ':
Registered Nurses Licensed Building! '" ,' : "', ,I .., you a ; :-
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JAX AIR NEWS/LA TWINGER 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 stares of both
time to papers' would appreciate your taking civilian employees and their dependents. While it is not possible to please
complete the
following survey everyone, we'feel that an accurate oC '
poll opinions can go a long way toward .
Last year's survey oC the Jax Air News readership revealed that a majority helping us provide the kind oC coverage you would like to see.
favored the movies and club schedules, along with pinups. However, because Take a home with and
paper you encourage others to fill out a survey, too. II '
the
majority oC 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 sliahted. tion

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Club Schedule .

Menu .

Sports '
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Personality Stories
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Opportunities .

Editorials ,

Cf.Iaplaln's Column J

Traffic Violations

Church Schedule ,

Squadron Activities '


Features on units,

commands, departments .

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New Navy programs IWomen's "- 'I y';'"

Club News .


New Navy Schools :. ',J::-\",

Individual Shipoven 4 ... S ,J J S -. ,

Individual Promotions ':,;''-'1>


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Individual Accomplishments '
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Pin Ups .

Photos

Cartoons ,

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I. Credit Picture Takes On A Mew LOOK I

J .y wAsilltfA tflA. fIA/1fm! frt M
Dorrower UUC9: 4 WM***** *** -VVMW* *w sow
Jax-A"New Look at the Credit completed, all charges must be and other retail stores; even of all costs that the indirectly whatever rate he is charging. The
Picture", as provided by the revealed to the borrower and hospitals, doctors, dentists, must pay-either directly or It- law requires the Annual Per
Navy Federal Credit Union, expressed in certain language plumbers and electricians if they to obtain credit. rm- centage Rate to be computed so
Washington, will be discussed in prescribed by Law.TruthinLending.. regularly extend or arrange for includes interest loan fees,dif. as to permit disclosure with an
the next three weeks of the Jax does not credit. der's fees, time-price at least to the
nearest
Air News. regulate the cost of credit; it does The purpose of Truth-in- ferentials, investigation or credit accuracy In addition
Vt of 1 percent. all
Part I deals with "Truth-in- not prevent a borrower from Lending is to enable every report fees, premiums for credit incident to
making the
Lending", Finance Charges and paying a higher rate of interest borrower to COMPARE the cost life insurance, if required by the loan charges must be included in the
the Annual Percentage Rates. than necessary; it does not of credit among different sources lender, points, service or of the Annual
Truth in Lending: There has guarantee or insure that all and shop effectively for the best carrying charges, and ..other computation Rate.
been a lot of publicity recently lenders,will charge you the same buy. To make comparison .similar costs. Percentage
about a law which, it is hoped, amount; it does not prevent the possible, Truth-in-Lending Not all costs above the cash Under the Truth-in-Lending,
will give the consumer a whole lender from telling you confusing requires creditors to inform their price are considered finance every creditor must use the same
new look at the credit picture. or misleading additional information customers of all direct and in- charges. Costs which would be terminology and language to
The Consumer Credit ProtectionAct. ; and it does not direct costs,terms and conditionsof incurred even without the use of reveal the Finance Charge and
., better known as Truth-in- require that the disclosure Information a credit arrangement. Most credit do not have to be disclosedas Annual Percentage Rate, as wellas
Lending, is designed to protectthe be revealed when you important, Truth-in-Lending finance charges. Included in other required credit details.
unwary consumer as he shops are first inquiring about the cost requires the disclosure of the this category are taxes, license However, the law does not
for credit. of credit-only that it be revealed Finance Charge and the Annual and registration fees, fees for a require the creditor to disclose
Unfortunately, Truth-ln- before you sign the legal Percentage rate. certificate of title, and other fees anything until just before the
ending-what it means-what it documents.The These two items, in most cases, fixed by law and paid to public transaction is finalized.
doeswhat it does not dois Truth-in-Lending law must be revealed in writing officials. All of these costs,
often missunderstood. applies to any person or business before credit is extended. The however, must be itemized and That's why,when you apply for '
disclosed to the borrower. a loan,you may still be quoted an
Truth-in-Lending means that which regularly extends or Finance Charge and Annual clearly
every time credit is extended to arranges credit to consumersfor Percentage Rate tell a potential THE ANNUAL PER interest rate which is an addonor
the consumer, the cost of that personal family,household or borrower at a glance just how CENTAGE RATE is the cost of discount rate,and told that the
credit must be disclosed to the agricultural purposes. This includes much he has to pay for credit, credit expressed as an annual cost of the loan is so much -plusa
borrower in simple, uniform banks, credit unions, both in dollars and cents, and in percentage. Although Truth-in- small charge for insurance,
terms. The law requires that savings and loan associations, percentage terms. THE Lending Fixes no minimum or processing.. etc. -.
before the credit transaction is finance companies, department FINANCE CHARGE is the total maximum charge for credit. I it Let Truth-in-Lending work for

you whenver you borrow money ,
or use any type of credit. Arm !
4 yourself with an understanding of 1
.1: borrowing under Truth-In.
Lending and become familiar j
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CHARGE and ANNUAL PER i

k .Al"Ir'Al.IIk I The Kadis Learning Center is a special kind of. :__.., .j around CENTAGE for credit RATE.and Then compare shop ,,I

school with a specialized staff and program. We are .; "j costs. i

dedicated to the development of the child with :: Next.week "Be a Wise Credit- I ISJ1opper.

average or above average intelligence who has ; ."

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..' ; If your child is suffering these problems you- :' ,:;: :

... ,', and he-are not alone. There are many and they are .- :. .

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Children who evidence any of The Kadis Learning Center is ":;' A comprehensive diagnostic '

the following symptoms may dedicated to the development of,- and evaluative testing procedure restored"

.'.',have a learning problem: the child with average or abQveis provided. each child: Jacob francs Meier
Peoria J/Wxj/'
average intelligence who has
a learning problem and offers a
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That Quote to from an actual letter tent to the
specialized program with: :'; Better. Busineu Bur.....
When you'ra having problem with
.... buft and you rt being ignored It
can drwe you right up the wall But .
Overactive Qualified Staff Psychological-Personality *e can help you get peace of imnd. :"
1 And your money worth.On any
:... Poor Reader Individual Instruction: Evaluation .. : ;': product ueceed.or but service.we alway Wt don try'always/

." Short Attention Span Perceptual Development .. Academic Abilities Battery tor When you and you tar rt basin unhappy...And rt't bad noon ,

.: Daydreams Speech and Hearing Therapy. i, Speech and Hearing :;;;:... .. *know lIIftItt*that who better IUCIPQrt than the
Fidgety Reading Remediation Evaluation.. 4'. '."', ," me BBS. ,
-!" Poor Concentration Summer Classes ., Vision Analysis >.-,"!_::'.'.' SPEAK URu.

Withdrawn 10 Children Per.Class ", ,.t' Preliminary: Interview and '; .cauroaNn ...._au
,"', Awkward or Clumsy 1 Teacher-1 Teacher Aide .:, Program Conference .>M9WU OCT VOM MCNaTS WOKIHSUO .

': Te'i Tantrums All Academic Subjects .t! Perceptual Motor Screening

Easily Discouraged Ideal Location Complete Physical .
Reverses letters, words Air Conditioned Classrooms Examination If' .'. -
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ences .wherein the specific learning disabilities of with ,pare Diagnostic test results and specific BLANDING BLVD.
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professional staff for the remediation of specific ferences are conducted between teachers';-'and PHONE m-, 500
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FederalEmployees Employee j etus .
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r Retirement Fund-The House approve a 25 percent premium
i Civil Service Committee increase.
unanimously approved a bill by Aetna, second largest in the
I Rep. Jerome Waldie, to reduce field,also is expected to request a
federal employee contributions to hike, as are many unions and
the Civil Service RetirementFund other insurers.
from 7 to 6.5 percent of base Probabilities are that none will
0 salary. It also provides for get all they request. Under
I quarter percent adjustments in prodding from Rep. Jerome
employee contributions, upwardor Waldie,the CSC is taking a much
downward, for each half tougher stance on its dealingswith
percent fluctuation of the insurers these days.It .
"normal"cost of retirement, now was Waldie who caught the
roughly 13 percent of payroll. CSC with its bargaining guns
I (I ( S Also approved by the com- simply not working in 1971 whenit
zc ) 1tqil / mittee were bills to: approved a 34.1 percent Blue
N I Ia 1. Reduce federal employee Cross rate for 1972. The rate later
i ti health insurance costs by increasing was cut to 22 percent by the Price
I the government's Commission.

I contribution from 40 to 55 percent In large partit was Waldie who
s- immediately and thereafter, in 5 prompted the CSC to negotiate a
percent annual increments, to 75 five percent reduction in Aetna
u- I percent. The bill also would rates for 1973, plus a 10 percent
J require the Civil Service Com- slash in Blue high option rates
p .- mission to set-up a staff to adjudicate and a 15 percent cut in the low ,
disputes between em- option. '
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,J ployees and insurers; The Blues, however; say the
2. Give employee who retired reductions confront them with a \I
\ r after last July 1 not less in total losing year in 1973 and a big cut in \
\ annuities than those with similar their reserves. I
pay and service who retired Notes-Women are helping to \
before that date open some employment doors for
;1 \ 3. Increase minimum Civil short men. Pushed mainly by
\ \ Service retirement annuities to complaints from women, police
i. the social Security minimum, and fire departments throughoutthe
: t \ low $87, and give a $300 increaseto country are lowering their
I ,those who retired prior to height barriers to employment.A .
October-1969 when benefits were Minnesota county has

1 liberalized; dropped its requirement that
4. Waive the use-it-or-lose-it deputy sheriffs be five feet ten
leave law to give employees inches tall The U.S. Park Police
_..'tr payment for leave lost because of have shelved their five foot eight
:" V :,, S' management error, illness or i inch minimum h'eight'.standard..
RELAX-FIND WHAT YOU WANT :< emergencies in the service. Acting on a suit filed by a woman
Health Insurance-Most federal applicant, a court has told the
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; ,, : By Reading and Using the Want Ads \' .,, employees can ,expect major New York City Parks Depart
increases in the cost of health ment that it will have to accept

Do you know of an easier way to shop or sell? When you make the ,:. insurance by January 1. life guards who don't measure up
Want Ads your marketplace, all you do is place your ad and wait ,r The inside word from Blue to five feet seven inches.A .
for the phone to ring (and ring it will), or sit back and enjoy reading Cross-Blue Shield, biggest health
; ;:; !the Classified, Ads, then phone for an appointment to see the advertised insurer in the government field union survey finds that
S items. Want Ads, do the work and auicklyl! with policies covering 1.6 million shorter applicants now stand
:, employees and 4.5 million individuals taller with fire departments in
is that it will ask the Chicago, Los Angeles, and San
Civil Service Commission to Francisco.

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'. JAXAIRNEWSLATWINGERWANT :_ the Federal Employes' Group Life Insurance Program Will see a reduc-
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: v', The reduction in premium was effective the first day of the first pay
period that began on or after July 1, 1973.
) Premium rates for the$10,000 optional life insurance are based on the
--sirs-I--.FILL OUT AND, MAIL THIS FORM BELOW: ._ ___ __ employe's age group. Present and new rates for the $10,000 optional
insurance are shown on the following table:

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II Under 35 $ 1.30 $ .80 $ 2.82 $ 1.73
I'r 35 to 39 1.70 1.20 .3.63 2.60
40 to 44 2.40 1.90 5.20 4.12
| NAME PHONE, I 45 to 49 3.jo 2.90 7.8O 6.28
50 to 54 5.50 4.50 11.92 9.75
I AD'ORESS j. 'r_ 55 to 59 17.00 10.50 36.83 22.75
f j I : ". :'\' --; 60 and over. 19.00 14.00 41.17 30.33'ChMlel"
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I .has the Civil Service Commission declared an open enrollment season at
;r.:' I this time.These are being considered In conjunction with other possible
( I'I' changes in the Federal Employes' Group Life Insurance Program, and
'I" notice will be given later.
RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 Per additional. line (S words, per line)50 cents II I Meanwhile
an employe who declined the optional Insurance may
Enclosed is II. I cancel the declination if it has been in force for at least one year, he is
underage 50,and furnishes satisfactory evidence of good health.In this
: COPY MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORE TUESDAY BEFORE PUBLICATION It I connection, the Commission cautions that for an employe to keep the
.:. optional Insurance after for all his
I retirement it have been in force
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':r' ( ,AIIIIIIIIII..IIII \' v''r; Your Navy Exchange In August:' ::1


Jaxr-Several special mer- years ago-today's bows are BIG. indoor pictures.
chandising events will be taking Styling ranges from forward Let's "Keep America
place this' month at the Navy fashion to the casual country look Beautiful"as we're driving. Visit
Exchange. and up-dated classics in a varietyof the Navy Exchange Automotive
Leading off the month is the styles colors and fabrics.If Center for a variety of. litter
white sale. Sheets, pillow cases, you've spent the summer baskets, litter bags and ash
towels, blankets and bathroom taking color slides or movies of trays. Set an example for the
accessories in a variety of colors bathing beauties and other interesting children-don't litter!
and styles are being offered at subjects, now is the Remember the "good old
very attractive prices. time to consider your slide or days" and how much fun picnics
I; Selections of children's movie projector. Is it doing the used to be when you didn't haveto
clothing have been expanded to job, or is it time to get something worry about making the potato j
5 help parents round out the better? Perhaps the Navy Exchange salad and sandwiches..you just I
',.;;I.... youngsters' new Fall wardrobe. can help you select the sat back and'enjoyed life! i
Some of the items to look for in projector you want. Well, picnics can still be fun. .1
..J"j. back-to-school outfits are boys' Fall photography involves Your Navy Exchange Food ..
>" r 3r corduroy slacks with matching indoor picture taking. A good Services department has all the
unlined jackets, dresses,sports- flash unit can help you capture makings for an old fashioned" ,
wear separates and knit tops for some of these memorable events. picnic "like mom uses to make."
boys as well as girls; these are The Exchange offers a selectionof Try the Deli Shop in Bldg. 1884 for .
: \ ;: : just a few of the important items electronic and flash bulb units salads and sandwiches for an old I
:.'A'1:1: / Jo '", Also look for the color- that may be the answer to better time treat. t'I I
,
coordinated accessories in-
r
.*' t : : ; '} :: cluding girls' stretch-tights and 5 SARs Designated .
: 'i'\ knee-highs, handbags and knit :

,) : headwear. While you are lookingover I
( J .- It- the new styles at the Exchange Staff Duty Officers"JaxCapt. .
I .
$ J' l.- 4 don't, forget the basics
(underwear, socks, girls' slips, Beacn LCdr.
,children's rainwear and seat- William J. 'Vaught, from Pompano ; "
Herring of Auburn, Ala.,
CITED AT FICEUR-RM1 Layton E. Ware has been selected shirts). COMPATWING-11 has James
FICEUR' Enlisted Man of the Second Quarter. Petty Officer First For those young adults on their designated five more SelectedAir LCdr. (selectee) Andrew Baggs
Ed
Ware cited for "effectiveness and attache Reservists as Staff Duty from Cullowhee, N.C.; Lt.
Class was particularly showing way to college: luggage, of Gainesville and Lt.
team spirit"during the "Homecoming"operation when the incoming cases, ,a portable radio, desk Officers. Haley Walsh.Talahassee.;
" traffic load increased by approximately 100 percent and the outgoing lamp, typewriter, hair dryer, or The Reservists were Victor is unique in.
traffic increased by about 500 percent due to POW returnee debriefs. clock makes an ideal back-to- designated after their successful This qualification officersare
these
r............................................................................... .................:.:...:.:..:.:.i:...:.,.:.w' .:.:...:.I school gift.Although. completion of a two-week coursein its operation not only qualified since in the eventof
:.SY;;;;:: ::::::.S'.S:::: %:::.f.f.Vfv.VTRAFFIC ;;;;:.L r.NV..bS.Yr.W.S4Y.W..W u. summer is headinginto ASW procedures and the
also
but
the homestretch,there is still operation of PAT WING-il mobilization, are
VIOLATIONS plenty of time to enjoy the local operational control center. assigned watches on the regular
beaches or to have a backyard They will serve as Staff ,Duty Wing watch bill. takes
The Reserve SDO pool \
Officers in the Wing's Tactical
barbecue or two: Have you thus
over this duty on weekends,
cnecked the assortment of Support Center. staff
Jax The following is a reportof Number of days since an injury sunglasses,sun tan lotions,beach The newly qualified officersare relieving the regular Wing watch.
motor vehicle accidents and last year at this time 26. towels, picnic jugs, portable ice : LCdr. Fred Kleingarter officers of the weekend .
;. traffic violations,for the period of Number of Violations chests and other items for sun'n
July 30-Aug 5.Number. This Period 60. fun at the Exchange? I
.. of Accidents Speeding 0. Focal point of the Men's Wear ,:
;t ,This Period 16. Reckless driving 0., Department this month Is the
.: I This Period a year ago 6. Going through stop sign 8. polyester, ,double-knit plaid
Total accidents this year 272. Other Violations' 43. sportcoat for the Fashion Man. LouWebberGives ,
Total accidents through this Eighteen drivers appeared Plaid sportcoats, in many color
period last year. 244. before their Commanding Of- combinations, will be the hottest "YOUR TIRE EXPERT" J
Total number since last of the :
: days ficers; Disposition cases fashion look this Fall. ,
injury in a motor vehicle included the following: three lost To complement that new plaid You FREE
accident 27. driving and parking privileges jacket, choose a textured, solid I
aboard the station for various color slack that picks up one of FRONT END ALIGNMENTI
periods;' one was assigned to the jacket colors. Other accessories .-
complete an eight-hour course in could be a white shirt, With Purchase of Any
remedial driving;none to NDDC; which is making a comeback, or-
o one received suspension; none a quiet color with a slight texture. 4 of these Tires !
.
disciplined under Article is of the Look for the returning favorite,
UCMJ; two were given warnings; the button-down collar. Shoes for CONCORDETP78
two were dismissed; five were this season are toneontone.Bow .
fined (U.S.' Magistrate). ties are the new look in Premium f -
Sixteen drivers were assessed men's fashions. These aren't the Polyester 1 4 1 L
sixty traffic points.. skimpy little bow ties of a few I'
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BE SURETO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. ....,'.I ...,Y._.',,'M .
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I Name Office or activity to which assigned. 1 READY TO LEAVECapt.. C.E. Boeing NARF CO, makes his
Test Pilot, as the
NARF
I 1 farewell remarks to LCdr. P.J. Gallagher,

(I I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature last A-4 to be reworked here prepares for take-off.

j' .1 1.Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, ie: Full Last A4 ".Skyhawk "
: military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name(typed or printed)of person submitting ad and 1
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature,grade or rank'rate, office or activity
r to which he is assigned and office telephone.This 1
1 2. Free advertising in the "FLEET MARKET" information is for authentication only and your ad At NARF
J' I will be I limited to:Offers to buy,sell or rent housing should be worded independently of this information. e Reworked
for personal use as a residence;offers to buy or sell
f t I personal property;offers of or requests for rides to S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear in 1
I I and from work; announcements of educational the following edition is FRIDAY NOON. Ads 1 Jax-The A-4 SKYHAWK aircraft rework programa -
offered after that date will be placed in the
\ courses by non-profit organizations or arriving
I 1 governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted following week's edition. Ads will be run only one 1 substantial part of the aircraft maintenance workload
( I only if the words "PCS" (for military), or time, unless re-submitted as prescribed above. 1 at the local Naval Air Rework Facility over the past 7
; "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the
I I Jacksonville area)are included in the wording of the *. No phone calls will be accepted regarding years has come to an end here with the completion of
:'.' I ad. "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR I the A-4L.

I i I 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters NEWS and or LATWINGER typing services offices for cannot advertisers.provide I With the processing of this At times NARF's personnelwere
E +, I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed I aircraft at NARF Jacksonville challenged by special
I P I in each edition of our paper.Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No for the "reserves" (Attack requirements with odd names or
will be reiected. 1
\ I more than two ((2) ads per week per person will be Squadron 205), the Navy's sole initials, ,like UPDATE
: 4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to"'Flee-T accepted. aircraft SHOEHORNWALLEYECORCand
for A-4
rework point
I MARKET" Editor, c-o JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1,
NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32312 I. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a 1 becomes NARF Pensacola. ECM. Many A-4C aircraft
1 OR business, or which do not meet the above I By way of history-the first also were converted to A-4L
I "Flee-T MARKET" Editor,c-o LATWINGER Box requirements, will be rejected. The publisher | A-4 Skyhawk aircraft to be versions. A-4 aircraft reworked
111, NAS Cecil Field Florida 32215. These forms reserves the right to omit any or all ads. test"
I their "service
| reworked at the local NARF was here passed
1I --____---------._--------------------g A-4B from NAS Cecil Field. It throughout the world and NARFpeople '}
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was inducted on Valentine's Day are paW of their con
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in 1966 and was completed on 5 tribution.

May 1966. \
H.IpsY.u B.Iwric.- The A-4,along with the A-5 and

=; 1 Big Chief Say: ( (your eudg.t that is) A-7, were' the "attack" type
aircraft: which had replaced
NARF's helicopter workload in IF YOU

the late sixties when a shift in
i I Navy maintenance policy dictated -

;,I as ,aircraft closer operating support within of fleet the DON'TZIPCC USE

<' area. Dollar restraints and

changes in ship homeport DE
assignments had made such a ,
policy revision imperative.
0 Many models -A-4B, A-4C, A- DON'T
ran 'o i 4E, A-4F; and A-4L have been
a r included in the nearly 1,200

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JAX AIR| NEWS.LATWINGER PAGE 11 t


< NAR Gives Sea Cadets A Loop At The Navy i11


Jax-You don't have to be a "grown-up" to learn about and par
ticipate in the Navy.A .
unique organization? called the Naval Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC)
exists within the Navy which allows young men between the ages of 14 ;":
and 17 to get a look at a military career.

The 45-man Franklin D.Roosevelt Squadron of the NSCC based here
is sponsored by the Jacksonville Council +t
of the Navy League and is
,
primarily supported by the Naval Air Reserve Unit (NARU). It is one "" I !
of more than 100 NSCC units across the nation. ; :.f:
The cadets are provided with a broad educational base during their : JS.r""n f
weekend drills and two weeks of active duty each year

To tSLendn\irleJlcaBge! ? : of civilian and military career op
today are presented to the cadets by civilian and I
military lecturers. In addition, the cadets are treated to field trips to
the premises local businesses.

More recently, 15 cadets of the FDR Squadron scored a first in ohe ( r.'
annuals of the Corps. They spent their two weeks of active duty :. \?
learning to fly. ''>..j!*i'. ,
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The 14 day "aviation cruise" was conducted at the facilities of the .'. t.
St. Augustine airport. Each cadet received 10 flights in the Cessna 150 .,
and over 27 hours of ground school instruction. The final result was f
five of the young men making their first solo in the aircraft. .,,, ., ., '. ,,,Hn... I'd'
Membership in the NSCC is controled requiring ., <' ,' iA"f'.1't -::I'
by prospective ., ;: : .t)1. ;
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cadets to pass a Navy academic and physical examination. Quality ; :; ;; ;! :. ; ... :. .. ,. .....
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growth will depend upon the individual cadet's successful completionof '
standard Navy Training courses and participation in unit activities FUTURE NAVY PILOTS? Capt. William A. Clingenpeel explains landing approaches to a group
such as close-order drill, field trips, two week "boot camp", of Naval Sea Cadets during their two-week"aviation cruise"at the St. Augustine Airport. -

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Promotion Program is in effectas Now YOU can install you own 'In-ground :I:*::: ::::::

of August 15, 1973. The details MARK( ,SPITZ SPARTAN i I*::: Election of Officerswill :::::::
set forth in NASJAXINST
. t' J2335.1t are ro _. SWIMMING POOL., .- be held 27 August 1973 : m j

,_ While the basic policy'remains ...
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'., .. the same, there are a number of SAVE MONEY... :::111 instead of 23 August :" .- i Hi It
procedural changes to which all (your labor our tech)' ::: announced.
career, career-conditional, and we .Install... H ::: n.' ;.. as originally :/ ::::::: ;
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veterans' oQV : :.:.:.
employees ,serving on .
7OR .
readjustment appointmentsshould ; ( show you) .:::.:::'....'.. ................. ... .1
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be advised. : :
: :
There are now 2 plans for I BID :..:.:i: : : :

promotion. Plan A covers all 688 KINGSLEY AVE .. :;:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:e::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:::.::.:.:.:..:.... '
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Production Facilitating and d
nonsupervisory positions. Plan B
covers all graded Supervisoryand
nonsupervisory positions.All .
existing registers of \
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eligibles for ungraded super- "/
visory positions will be canceledand 4v ,1
Iwr ;
reannounced under the new : ;
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Plan A.Open. continuously an- l/ff'fr&Tffir

nouncements for; positions for
which there is no longer a con 6p.m.lilldosinqThursdaY\ \
tinuing need will be closed and thrU sundaY
the registers will be canceled. .
Closing amendments will be
issued for each of these positions. MUSIC 1

Some positions which have & WESTERN BOYS .
been announced on a "Open and COUNTRY COUNTRY .
Close" basis will soon' be an- and the
nounced on an "Open Con- MORRIS%
tinuously" .basis.Employees WAYNE Nashville and Brist ol. Tenn. '{
will be required to Direct from RECEIVES A FREE ',
lADY "
obtain and submit a supervisory THURS. EVERY STOCKINGS AT THE DOOR
appraisal! ,form completed by ENTERTAINMENT PAIR OF
as an attachment LIVE J. NITE a: -\:
their supervisor, AND SA NITS ONLY
FRI.
,
to each Personal FRIDAY OWN "THE TUNESTERS" ;',
Statement, SF-171, SUNDAY 8:30-1:30 JAX'S
Qualifications 'wBE,THE E 'NANNY ,\,
filed for promotion. THE HOOTN
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JOIN IN Nights
These appraisal forms have 7' Playing Thurs.. Sat. & sun :
distributed to supervisorsand the BoYS
been Wayne; and
request. ... i
are available upon .
The supervisory appraisal form :
must be completed by the im
mediate supervisor and reviewed -

by the next higher supervisory, '
level.
Consult with your supervisor:
regarding changes in the merit
promotion program that may
affect you. In the event you have BEACHCOMBER LOUNGE
additional questions staffing

specialists In the civilian personnel BLVD ATLANTIC BEACH"
: department, Ext. 2320, are 4:69: ATLANTIC. _
'available to give information! and

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PAGE .12 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


I I:' : .. .:, .1st Jax Woman Aircrewman Wins Her Wit


'
,
"s 1. Women in the aerial pictures, both i
Jax J
,.; I. L I to be getting movies and stills, for the
.I ; service seem
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attention squadrons in the area.
\ more and more
And perhaps Much of her work deals
these days.
t .""to'. :-.,.. rightfully so. One prime with shooting ship identification -
: example of this is Barb photos and
'
". Wisegarver. She is a PH2 filming exercises.:

at the Photo Lab at NAS Barb says she has

Jax and also happens to be learned a great deal from

the first woman at NAS to the Photo Lab, and that the
receive her wings as a
people are very friendlyand
.
qualified aircrewman.In helpful. Photographyisn't

May 1972, Barb the only thing she had
began training to become learned about while in
a aircrewman. But there Jacksonville. She has also
I qualified Expert in both
i was one thing she had to
Ii i I learn before she could pistol and rifle com-
I it. She had petition.
into
really get
......t-; ... ...n" __ ._ to learn how to swim. She.
Barb is native of
'J.: tt.I : a
.. --.. ., ,, 'd\<' spent hours in the indoor Naperville, Illinois and
with instructors, who,
pool
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attended the School of the
.... *'- .. to Barb were
according ,
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t. .,. Art Institute of for
: ..- ... .--. .. ," '_--':: : -: very helpful. She passedher Chicago
.. -- ---- two before joiningthe
.. ..: --- test in November, and years
Navy. She says that
swimmingand
ON HER WAY TO A FIRST- Search and Rescue helicopter lifts off with PH2 Wisegarver of thE even enjoys she looked at all the ser-
for fun
Photo Lab on board with her camera. waterskiing vices and found the Navy

K <::: m:::::::;::::=: : :::::::=:,*,-<::;!:=::::::::: m::::=: :: i :::,:=::: :2.m :: :.::::': now. had the most to offer, '
A r : l Our pretty, young air- especially in the field of j
:: crew-woman, who also
''i; . ..::1; drives motorcycle, was educational opportunities.
\, If I. ;, -: J' '':'..' .. .... "r' :::::) a
under the close
::: super-
..'I ""'-' ) : STORY BY 1': ::* vision of ADJI Slayer in Photography was one of
her hobbies before

% I Ens.. FRANK COLEMAN i. Hangar course of 117.instruction During, Barb her tering the Navy and that en-,

plus the fact that her
DEER SPRINGSESTATES I
had most of her training in
>> ... recruiter was a PH, in-
helicopters, but also
PHOTOS BYKEYSTONE i fluenced her to enter the
..AT ..
:: '.. passed the ejection seat
,. HEIGHTS of PHI BILL GALLIGANfcasssasss ; and high altitude pressure rate. She attended 'A'

MOBILE HOMESITES. .:.: 0 ... 0_;.. ., .11 ... \. :- chamber tests. Con- School in Pensacola,
CLYDE W. SIMPSON A CO. Florida, for four months.
}{ sequently she is also
REALTOR 356.6849 z after "boot ,camp" at
qualified to fly' in jet
M
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: :: :;::: : .:*::- ;;::;?: ::::: aircraft and has had a
"- : made third class after
couple hops in TA-4's from
<:,::':::::=::: :::::;:::::::_::::: :::: :: ::::::=: :::::::::: :: ::::::::=:W,:::::::::,>': :;::"'.:::::::::,::::::::, ::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::: ::: NAS Cecil Field. completing the school inAugust
r" What does she do as an 1971. ,Always in-
I aircrewman?? Being a trigued with flying, Barb

photographer, Barb takes (Cont.Page 13)MJSiiyi )

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\r [ s.Sets Precedent In Both Jets -And Helos-, .;: :, I

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(Cent.,From'Page 12)) : T :..;n At.;=..ei.N',, ,::4
went with SAR (Search ';'. :" 'I"" ", "
up :: ,;',');g' '.: :"
and Rescue) missions ;' ,., ,''t ,
while in Pensacola, it-r,". '
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Barb is currently: taking ; ;' :r>: I' it ,"'l''',.,r'
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blocks of courses at 'B' .. ttt = :'l

School, and made second ,.,' .,,;i{.::.',j,
class last November.It 'j
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have a good thing going, I -
we all too often lose it. ($ .
Barb has applied for and 11'Irr y.t

has been accepted course to aPhotoJournalism IL1 1'x t

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given at Syracuse ,
University. So the Navy _
will soon be sending away ., /
what has been a great : :' r,
asset to NAS Jax. May we t
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wish her the best of luck in
the future and hope that

she will return some day. 1 !

:Remember: _

there are babesin f'k 5 ti
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the woods.


And wildfiresfill

their world

with smoke

and flame EASY FLIER-vf H2 Barb Wisegarver cruises around, on her motorcyle during off duty hours
and danger. '(Left), but was really flying when she received her Aircrew Wings Monday from Capt. Donald J. I
Childers, NAS Jax Officer. .. ," ,,
Please be careful! : ; -:
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0"..<--. Commissioned Officers
advertising contributed(or th.public good Mess Open will celebrate ONE YEAR CERTIFICATES OF INVESTMENT:
"Aviation Night"Saturday

FOR SATISFACTION THE ULTIMATE OF ASEE and dance.with a dinner ; ; ; } '

r will be i 1 .:
buffet
The dinner ... : % 0 .7114/

held featuring from southern 7-9 p.m.fried, '.)',0', .', ,;; II

chicken baked Virginia
',;y'
ham, barbeque pork,Irish i,'
A potatoes, blackeyed peas, 2 ($1,000. .
rolls with butter, salad and Minimum)

cole slaw. .'
Music for the dance will : *This rate effective on all new 1-year certificates purchased on or after
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be provided by "The August 3, 973, Existing 1-year certificates maturing on or after that date
automatically begin earning Interest at the new rate on the maturity1'date.
MOON MULLINS Envoy-A's", the COM-
(LCdr. USN, Ret.) AT NAVAIRLANT combo. ,,' '"'
Claude Nolan Tickets are $4.25 per rASKK;: ":? ..... WY. &V8$ 4&K: :" ::":; ::::X: :::: :::;*:;: ::::::: : c' t'

person and reservations, .' ,' SHARE (SAVINGS ACCOUNTS f'
may be made by calling
937 MAIN ST- PHONE 353.3922 Ext. 3041. .
Regular \\.c,
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,- Dividend 5301

W ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL + ;; .

..-. ..\ / DAY SCHOOL Dividend"B nus" 1/4 % = ':,v' .,

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A CHRISTIAN EDUCATION FOR THE ,* "bonus" dividend for the third quarter 1973, to :: : "
4, WHOLE CHILD' It I Is our Intention to pay a
be credited to shares with the regular dividend on September 30,
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.:' K-6 Small Classes I .,ttgpttBgft&UJAX: : : : ::: : : ::::::::)::::: ::;:::;:::;:;:::-X; :::: ::: :$: :':: "8. :: -::::* *-:w. r.;

NAVY' FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
citizenship training
Excellent academic program;
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PHONE 388-23
BLVD.
4050 ORTEGA ,
ROOSEVELT MALL HAS CECIL FIELD Bldg.26
HAS JAX.B/d9.333 PHON E 3..1391 Ed.215 "
712-919.or Base
Open to all regardless of race creed or national origin. Hours Tel 381.5622:Mon..or Frl.9AM Base Ext..J:3OPM 2"31 Hours:Mon.Sat:.::t.IOAM 1 PM-:30PM' Hours:Mon..FrL 1:30AM.3:30PM '. .' .
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Almost a century ago the Army down considerably.
\ American West was the scene of Nez Perce warriors proved
,' an epic battle comparable to the themselves crack shots during a
I." famous wars of the Greeks. period when both white and

The Nez Perce tribe had long Indian were definitely not
been friendly to the white settlersin marksmen. Numbers and fatiguewere
the lands surrounding their to tell,however,as well as a -

home in the area that now comprises cruel quirk of fate.
1 /j4
the states of Washington,
The Indians were finally
Idaho and Oregon. They were led
1I / a tracked down just short of the
A by Chief Joseph, a Christian con
.arAlJ01l friend of Canadian border-they thought
...- vert and the lifelong
a had reached Canada.On .
white missionaries, settlers ad they

explorers.Gold October 5, 1877, within
:14l yt. was, however,discoveredon about 30 miles of'the border the
Nez Perce lands in 1863 and band was cut off. After heavy

t. L 5' : settlers swarmed into tribal ter casualties on both sides, Joseph,
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: ritory. After a number of incidents sickened by the slaughter, surrendered -
the long friendly Nez Perce after a speech that has

\ under Joseph went on the war come down through history as a
path. In 18 subsequent battles, symbol of Nez Perce dignity and
the Indians continued to out He said
& !k J courage. :
J j maneuver white soldiers follow-
their the "Tell General Howard I know
FIVE ACCIDENT FREE YEARS- Capt. William Vaught, Commander, Patrol Wing ELEVEN, ing them on retreat to
he told beforeI
of Canada. his heart. What me
presents a citation for accident free aircraft,operations for the five-year period of May 1968 to May sanctuary
heart. I tired of
in
Chief led followers have my am
1973 to Cdr. Edward Doherty, C.O.of VP-24,as Lt. Bob Quinn,VP-24 Safety Officer, looks on. Duringthe Joseph 750
five-year period,VP-24 flew 34,700 hours without a major aircraft accident. including old men, women and fighting. Our chiefs are dead.
Glass is dead.
children well warriors Looking
as as
i-..._----_...._ Toohoolhoolzote is dead. The old
four states twice
across across
I ... I PHONE 388,8535 II NEW TO THE BASE? the Rockies, through what is now men are all dead. It is the young
-
I who and no. He who
Yellowstone Park, and across the men say yes
your fl@IJll@MlIllI@IP@EifilfJcan Missouri River,a journey of more led the young men is dead. It is
(! I than 1,500 miles. cold. We have no blankets. My

provide additional funds The Indians constantly out people, some of them, have run
I 12 9.1251 King St I fought and outschemed the following away to the hills, and have no
I Jacksonville Florida 32204' II Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your Army troops. In one inci blankets; no food; no one knows
money needs are handled the way you want them. dent, the Indians came into an where they are, perhaps freezingto
WANTEDUSED I Call or come in-we'll do the rest.
Army camp at nightfall in trooper death. I want to have time to
I. CAMERAS AND I. a. 1 formation, two by two, until they look for my children and see how
EQUIPMENT. PAY DOMESTIC fINANCE came upon the tethered Army many I can find. Maybe I shall
I I \ ':
TOP DOLLAR 388-8335 ..
mm find them the dead.
V CORPORATION SINCE HIT horses Cutting them loose, the among
(BRING THIS AD WITH YOU I \ LOANS TO ttOO Indians drove the animals out of
b_----am---_i. 8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK the camp, thereby slowing the "Hear me, my chiefs. I .am
tired. My heart is sick and sad.

From where the sun now stands,I .
"i '
will fight no.more forever.**_,_.. :

Special In 1885, after'several years in

Indian Territory, Joseph and -

1 Services most of his followers were sent to
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Colville Reservation in Washington
f/ where he died in 1904.

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MOBILE P HOMES ,
Sys1 .
(rt c If you're planning on
) ,, St t h) ljf taking the family to Six Flags

n ;, ,3 Over Georgia or the Georgia Lease or Buy!

/ i- F lllt q"eats Ur, yaliY, J, Tech vs. Navy football game,
HEATED> stop by Special Services. ",)i
INDOOR Tickets'' for Six Flags Over
Georgia cost $4.15 for children tatPRIDEMORE
foot-. and $4.95 for adults. A single -

ticket includes: all rides. INC. '

l tKfllYa Football game tickets for the
Nov. 17 battle in the Gator Bowl U.S.17N9RTH
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
between the Yellow Jackets and PHONE 214-577
Middies are $7.

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1969 Chevrolet. V-8, Auto.. AC, New
a Q a CALL 387-3566
a
: Paint, No cash .or Credit Needed.

$70.00 mo., 3539211. ,

Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than for '12 HONDA CD17J
Tuesday publication the following Thursday Ads .
arriving too,late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the publisher is In Good transportation Sissy Bar, Red, .It'f
strutted otherwise. A check 3,000 Miles, $450. 772.2543, Ext. 228 or ;
or money order for the cosl of the ad must be received WITH the copy.
245.
RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines),...$2.00 Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...SOc '"
NO CASH OR CREDIT NEEDED
Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4741 SAN JUAN AVE., JACKSONVILLE 32210 .
1966 Comet, 4.Spd.. $695., V 8, New ..,
Paint, 3539211. ,
.
: LIVE CRABS ORANGE PARK E3's E4'S ,,,
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:. 1l "J. 1: I Wilford's Fish Camp 2BR., Apts. turn or unfurn.. Dish 1969 Ford V-8, Auto. AC, New Paint, /

264.9707 washer Drapes, Carpets', Elizabeth No money or credit needed. ,$70.00mo.

TEMPORARY JOBSFORNAVYWIVES HARDWAREHrs. Apts., 771-1405 or 771-3355. ., 3539211. 6, L.4EYECATCHER 1.

All office skills needed. Long and 8AM9PM., Sun.Noon.6P.M. FOR RENT '70 PONTIAC LEMANS "

short assignments. No fee. We Pay RLT&CO. 15 acres, Impr. pasture, barn, wtr., Sport Coupe. All power, AT, AC, 1;'

You. 1930 Cassat,389.2686 suitable for trl. Mandarin, Old St. Bucket seats. Black leather Interior. ,t

XTRA HELPERS-396.51s$ Augustine Rd. off 295. 398.5043. A-1 condition $1995. Phone 733.2365. I ;
GEORGE'S KENNELS :

Dogs & Cats Boarded FOR RENT SACRIFICE ;:
MOBILE HOME SALESMAN
High pay, short hours, part-time. Pick.Up & delivery services since 3BR. house, fenced yd., 1VzBath, 1969 Harley Davidson cycle, 74. 1200 .. ,
in Mobile Home 1925. Grooming, training & shipping. carport refrlg. & stove. Avail. Aug. c.c., Rebuilt Engine still under
Apply person Visitors welcome. BankAmericard & 28th. 175100. security dep. 264.5258. warranty. A.1 Condition. 7332365.NO .
Brokers, 5887 Roosevelt blvd
Mastercharge honored. Off I 1.10 near i
Cassat Ave. 8. Edgewood. MOBILE HOME OFF 103RD CASH DOWN

5085 Edgewood Ct., 319-0064 2BR, 12'X50', CH&A, Patio, Awning, 1967 GTX Automatic S. Air, Low .
SECURITY GUARDS No children, no pets $120. 733,5579.UNFURNISHEDHOUSE Monthly payments. 358.0881. When last .

RETIRED MILITARY WELCOMEDThe KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER heard from, lovely Patty Bo- 1.
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Responsible party take up paymentsof '71 FORD LTD 2-DR. hannon was a Florida Citrus #
Jacksonville, Fla. Branch has immediate $7.00 per month. Rayfleld's Orange Park, 1'17 mi. NAS, 8458 New AC, PS, PB, Firestone Radial tires, Queen. :.

openings In Its security force. 6437 Wilson Blvd., 772.8936 York Ave., 3BR., Ig. yd., Avail. Sept. excel cond.. Blue w-Black Vinyl Top. (Photo courtesy Florida News oJ ",
Must be In excellent physical condition 1st. Call for appt. tosee, ; $165 mo. 388- 772-3223, before 2:00.: 7713669. Bureau)
& undergo strict security Investigation LUMBER & BUILDING SUPPLYHrs. 9886. .' ; .1
8 fire arms qualification .8A.M.-9P.M.,Sun.N oon.6P.M.
RLT& CO. APT;;'ON ST.JOHNS RIVER I I
test. Salary $6700 per year with 10 1930 Cassat 389.2686 ,Avondale secluded & quiet, 1BR,
shift differential for night
: percent Unfurn. with kit. equip.$165 mo. Furn. -

work. Excellent company paid AUTO AIR COND. SERVICE $185.mo., Avail. Sept. 1st. no children, NAVY 'E.WHIRLPOOL !
benefits. Uniforms & equip.' provided Room Units, Central Units Tyler no pets, single person pref., Call for
& cleaned at no cost. For Information Heating & ,Air Conditioning 4711 Appt to see

,call 354-8211, Ext. 211, 8:30-4:30: P.M. 'Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388.5161. 388.988&s -
Mon-Frl. An Equal opportunity
.' Employer. AIR CONDITIONER SERVICE NikE.I.JUSTISSTRAILER. APPLIANCE

WINDOW UNITS PARK
Hrs. 8AM9PM., Sun.Noon 6P.M.
ODD JOBS of NAS, Clean modern
RLT& CO. 1 Qtr. Mile No. OWN
Call 781-9248 1930 Cassat 389.2686 trailer and apts. 3893007. .
After 5:30: P.M. CRATE SALE! EASY PAY .:

U HAU L AWAY ..
REGISTERED COCKER PUPS WE BUY AND SELL

NAVY 3 Buff males & 2 golden females, GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES. I D Card Necessary f?
!: Part-tlme lOb, flexible hours, leads to phone 398. 990 or 781-7741 aft. 6P.M. Phone 388.4619 ,
'
career 7213600. ..
PAINTING INSIDE OR OUT COLONY MOBILE HOMES ,:

4 HELP WANTED Pressure Cleaning, minor repairs, Sales & Rentals, 9359 103rd St. 0

Navy men who work nights at the base etc. Call VAUGHN, 388 0405 or Photostating and notary service. Call
fare urgently needed as part.time TOMLIN (USN' RET) 3881137. 771.0275.

[employees at McDonald's Restaurant.
SKIN DIVING-SPEAR FISHINGAll
Work for 3 to 6 hrs. a day. Seven days LET YOUR RENT
.., week. Apply in person at Mc people Interested '$20. all day, BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT 1
chartered boat. Information Call
Donald's Restaurant 6546 Normandy DEPOSIT REQUIRED
.
Kennedy after 5P.M. 786 0578.
|Blvd, SUMITMOBILE HOMES
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LABRADOR RETRIEVER PUPS 5210 Phillips, Highway 733.9422 Used Color 'TV's '
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NORRELL 'Black, AKCRegistered.-* BRING THIS AD FOR$100 OFF. ,
'TEMPORARY plonshlp Bloodlines. Male and "

SERVICES Female Call 3881258.WE TRAILER FOR SALE APPLICATIONS' A.CC..EPTEDB.Y..PHONE.

elcome NAVY WIVES to enroll with 8'X40'Furn.,2BR.: .' .. ''''*Sjijmaaa y ,uggjjjUjugaj tj jaejjj jjajU ,__ __J, !

} ';, for temporary work with our new $1600.,757-1896. .

WESTSIDE OFFICE wwwrr+ :. .."" p ,... .. .- ,. ...! :

,, ALLSKILLSNOFEENORRELL BUY & SELL EQUITIESCall '7312X6SMOBILE HOME 12027 BEACH BOULEVARD PHONE 641-2552:
us for quick service Already set up on lot, 3BR., central

:, 6316 San Juan Ave., No.41 Morrison I.Taylor,I nc. Air, 1% Bath, carpeted, loaded including I
'
' ; 786-7170 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. washer,dryer, & Dishwasher,
;'7 ,. 771-3052 737-38(4 off 103rd Toward Cecil $600. Assume

loan 771-4713, after 7:00: p.m., M-F,

NEED EXTRA Anytime Weekends.
TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo

McDonald's SPENDING needs MONEY part-tlme? em. up to twenty acre Tracts 5 mile ::1 x
f !lmTATK.i
r ''rM 1295DIRECT
il' ployees. An Ideal |lob for mothers with radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to t ; .' TAKE
$3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far .
Work while
school age children. your BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY '
below near-future values. Call Art 'j. ;
kids are in school. Needed for work Used VW's Compacts, other foreign I '.. ;
Laughrun, Ret. Chief 389.5514, ..
Navy ,
from 3 to 6 hrs. a day. Seven days a ,makes. Astro Motors 6566 NormandyBlvd. TO.
Eve 771.7441. .
week. Apply in person at McDonald's 781-4978. .. ,
WYNNE REALTYOF FLORIDA
Restaurant 6546 Normandy Blvd. r i
Realtors, SpecialistWE RX2 ROTARY MAZDA
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TRANSITION OPPORTUNITYWant 15C CQ miles, under warranty, loaded,
BUY EQUITIES
3 Men to train as auto parts store Louise T. Bailey $2600., Ph. 7722967. '

managers under project transition. Broker 771-3605 I J
Openings available In Jacksonville, NOCASH NEEDEDNOCREDITNEEDED : ,

'Gainesville & Tallahassee. Top pay & CALL SHIPMATEJoe 'f

benefits with advancement op. Roplak (RET Navy) E2 and up,1 18 yrs.or older. > >
portunlties. 3891644. Licensed Real Estate Salesman We can sell you a car and get complete -III.:.:

Representing financing arranged. 353-4575. :

PART-TIME Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors r Y.ti .'

Janitorial Work Home 781-7715 ,Office 771-9513 73 FORECAST V1800 BOAT '. 'tf WESTSIDE NAf IIJI ,j GI NfIEID ::: .

Hours 5:00: PM.930: P.M., Call 3552741 '73 850 Mere O.B. Motor, '73 Gator : :.::.: CECIL .: '. ..:.: "
IN REAL ESTATE MATTERSCall Tilt Trailer, 30 gal. Built-in Fuel :.:. I ','' ,. C" III:.:.: '"'
Inc. tanks,elec. trbll motor, spare battery,. :::: 'J., !! ::. \i
Services, Shrum
Royal Wayne ': ::
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cooler full Coast Guard ,
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Blanding Agency, Inc:Realtors 155 qt. Igloo
Equip., cult: storage cover, cust. bow : ;:
WANTED 771 9513 .
STATION HELP i'\_ ,!
SERVICE '''' '''
Pick your hrs. between 8OOAM.: cover. $3500. 264-0354. .... (. 'f .

7OOP.M. Apply at 4218 Ortega Blvd. : '::
ADAIRREALTY 71 HONDACL350 .' :.....-.._......... ....' ORANGE PARK .:$ I'
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Call Associates Phone 771-4351,$500. .... ....':-..:.:.:.:-:i&&VKStfffftff&f&: : : :: & ;
KINDERGARTEN & DAYCARE CTR. AI '
Royce 67 DODGE MONACO
Needs experienced young \lady for full Ralph Latiner V-8, auto.PSPB AC, Phone 771-4351. <
time work. Must enloy children & be Fred Cline $500.. The Bases and Orange Park are now only

able to accept responsibility. $2.00 per USN RETIRED minutes away. Take 1.295 expressway to'' the It..

hr. Call 3560116. 771-5877 FOR SALE ,Normandy exit, then right 1V4 miles and one :f.

Johnson Messenger.223 CB Radio. 23 traffic light brings you toVOLKSWAGEN...
: =::JI Channel, $100.00 Antenna & Coax
:
HOUSE FOR SALE Cable Included. 7811532.MOTORCYCLE COUNTRY ,
Orange Park, Pool,.CH&A,.3BR., 2B.,

A recorded message by Fireplace In spacious den, formal LR 250 KAWASAKI : t'J
SCOTT EDWARDSTells & DR, Lg. utility (could convert to Excellent Condition It's a nice trip and so are the savings. :

you how to be a BR.), Lg. corner lot decorative 781-1532 ... .

DISCJOCKEYCall wooden privacy fence, new carpeting ':
355-2944 any hour. Approved for thruout, Conv. to schools $49,500 firm. '67 DODGE WINDOW VAN .

veterans. Columbia School of Phone 264-3168, 264.4222 after 5P.M. V-8 Automatic WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN ;,

Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not $750.,7862536 .

affiliated with CBS Inc. Course by MINI-ESTATE BRICK HOME INC. ;:

home study. Over acre on Cedar River, Yochem 1971 350 HONDA CB ,
Realty, 3964957.WILMARAPTS.. Must sell $600.or best offer :'it
.
AIRE LITE INDUSTRIES JAX _771-6208 f 'il.\
,
window 1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTH
Fabrication In rescreenlng '72 KAWASAKI 350 '
screens, screen doors, patio & pool 4,000 TELEPHONE 781-5511 .
3 Cylinder 52 H.P., Less than ._ ,
enclosures, aluminum roofs & car- miles, EXCELLENT CONDITION.See .
Owned & 2BR., Furn., water, sewage & gar "
estimates.
ports, free AI Swalne, DuPont Terrace Apts., .
operated by Norman T.. Abrams bage, parking cars, small children Rd. ,
Old Kings "
Apt. :34, Anytime. 6916 :
USN retired Paul Tlnney, 2568 Edison small pets o.k. S125. mo., Washer South. ...

Ave., 344-1242. $8.00. 387-2541 or 387.0744. ..' ', ... -:. ..". I



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"49ER" RETIRES AFTER 20- AE1 Richard Kovach and his wife,
1N Kay, receive a National Ensign and plaque from Cdr. J.D. Fun--
derburk,VP-49 skipper,as AE1 Kovach ends a 20-year,Naval career.
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679th Cited By AFJaxThe

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679th Radar Squadronof Brigadier General James M.
| i gi | i : jp| fittfeial the United States Air Force Fogle, Commander of the 20th
Aerospace Defense Commandwas Air Division, Fort Lee Air Force
awarded the Air Force Station, Virginia. There are 15
or E anizatidnt aila yoi Outstanding Unit Award last Radar Squadrons under the
Thursday in a ceremony held command of the 20th Air
here. Division, which provides air
The 679th Radar Squadron defense warning information for
provides air defense radar the Southeastern and South
coverage for the Jacksonvillearea Central United States.In .
Wuit an automatic for warning of air attack by conjuction with the award
enemy aircraft. This award ceremony,a tree was planted in
i distinguished the Jacksonvilleunit the squadron area in honor of Col.
( as one of the finest in the Robert Austin Stubberfield, who
'I .": Aerospace Defense Command in has been listed as missing in
** operational capability. action for eight in
years
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,.',' P.S., P.B. & Radio. AC, P.S., P.B., P.W. & A.M.|
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-The Navy Exchange Budget Store has been so successful that
plans are being made to move it to a new location in the near future. i 71A_
Presently located near the Naval Hospital in Bldg. 2009, the facility '
will be moved adjacent to the Main Store as soon as renovations are : ILL
completed,resulting in more convenience" for patrons and doubling the'store's t
size.
The Budget Store carries lower price lines of merchandise, but still
offers the same"Satisfaction Guarantee"as all other Navy Exchange

.merchandise.At its new location,the Budget Store will carry the same categoriesof I 4 i :

merchandise, but with an expanded range. n eN .
Look for the signs and shop at the present Budget Store.. Then watch w
for the opening of the new Store. :rt
The Budget Store here is the only such store in the Navy Resale d )
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Service Facility Petty Officer of the Quarter, listens as Cdr. F.J. ....
Schatzle, Facility CO, reads the 'citation accompanying the award. LCdr. Larry R. English is drenched'after:,becoming the),.first'P-3.Patrol Plane
Petty Officer Second Class Lacomb received the honor for per. Commander in the Jacksonville Reserve Command. He is the first TAR.'complete the transition
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f'! .'!. .. s::: :. --J -;;; -"Are You A "Sociable American"? I


t of the Federal Alcoholism
cornerstone
,'v ( makes feel you're the
-, One of the difficulties with you Program. This
world's most fascinating con
recognizing an alcohol prob.
means recognition every.
1f
lem is that moderate drinking'is versa onalist. where, not just behind the
\ And when you've had too
acceptable social behavior.
\ doors of the medical unit. Cut
much to drink, a lot"of people
When more than 60 per cent of through the mystique,
I. t tl' American women and nearly think you're funny. (Except ting
removing the stigma surrounding -
\ ; 80 per cent of American men maybe your husband. Or your alcoholism, is vitalto
hide wife. Or your children.) How
are drinkers it's easy to
from
i communication,
open
if t f the beginning of a drinking many comedians and manufacturers top management all along the
it problem from your friends. of bar lamps do you
line. When the illness is
t And from yourself. suppose have cashed in on the
such the
spoken of frankly as ,
t American attitudes about image of the drunk hanging on
need for treatment, rather
i alcohol are complicated and a lamp post? And have you
, than arbitrary separation or
contradictory. Social drinkingis ever noticed how many greet
moral lectures is apparent.
not only acceptable but terribly ing cards urge you to go out

SYMBOL OF MEDICAL, KNOWLEDGE Capt. William Carrier, sophisticated accordingto and get smashed on your

Jr., NATTC CO receives a young tree from George Gulledge I full-color magazine ads birthday?
Jacksonville area representative of Schering Corporation. The tree showing rich, beautiful and Of course, some people don't FRA 91Highlights

grew from a seed of the Tree of Hippocrates,found on the Greek Islandof happy people socializing over think you're funny; they think

Cos where Hippocrates.the father of modern medicene, lived and martinis, champagne or you're weak-minded. Or immoral

taught his students. The tree symbolizes the continuous growth of. whatever the ad is promoting.It's According ,to them if
"
medical knowledge. slipposed to be manly as you'd just make up your mind

well: witness the classic cow not to drink so much you could
Jax Fleet Reserve
boy scene where Our Hero shape up tomorrow If you only
Association (FRA) Branch 91
tosses down straight whiskey, had a little will power* (Poor
held its regular monthly.meeting
) 'THE HAREM while the dude who orders sar- you! Lucky them.)
at the Branch home on Aug. 8.
saparilla gets laughed at. Conflicting social and moral
In addition to the regular
Some people think of alcoholas attitudes about drinking makeit
business, members in attendancewere
a magic formula. It cheers difficult to see alcoholism
: New Summer Hours: Open 4PMI! informed that the Branch
it calms down it clearly as a disease. The
ALL NEWTOPLESS DANCERS you up; you ; per membership continues
I ,TOPLESS GO-G04PM.2AM helps you get to sleep; it's an son who'has lost control over grow.
Rodney R. Hughes and Leo
.1 .,;" _' Raised Show Bar "eye-opener;" it gives you the drinking-however funny, sophisticated Nobles were received into the

i !j ... 10 W. Church St. 358-9678 courage to face the boss; it or infuriating he Branch after a brief initiation
makes problems disappear; may be-is ill. Recognizing al.
{ ".r and in. social situations it. coholism as an illness,is the ceremony.
President Billy Owen informedthe
members that Miss Donna
.
,Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Deadline
Nearing For Robert S. Jones of Jacksonville,

was the national winner of the

WHYRENT Survivor Benefits PlanJaxThe Americanism Fleet Reserve Essay Association's Contest.Mr. .

Jones has been a con
deadline for,military personnel who retired prior to Sep- tinuous member of the FRA since

tember 21, 1972 to enroll in the new military Survivor Benefits Plan the early fifties. Miss Jones'will

? (commonly known as the "Widow's Equity" program) is September be presented a $500 savings bond

20, 1973. "- and a commemorative trophy at
This plan, Public Law 92-425, allows a military retiree, past or a formal ceremony at a later

., present, to leave his surviving dependents up ,to 55 percent of, his date.
.' :::::: ::::::::::::: :::;:;:=::::::::::::::::::::: .::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::=:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::! military retired; : pay.at a nominal personal cost. As of the end of.'June,.. The Br chU sponsoring! .a fish>

l less thanjme-third;- of all military'retirees had enrolled in the plan. fry on*'Labor Day at the Branch

: j : YOUR RENT PAYMENTS Since the Fleefi.ReserveAssociatlondrafted the original legislationand home ,((5391 Collins Road) start
t. because the FRA believes that the plan is a good one, Branch 91 at -
ing 1 p.m.with kingfish as the
) f CAN BECOME INVESTMENTS wishes to offer their services' to any military retiree that wishes to featured item on the menu. .
have theplan explained to them.

.r ; IN YOUR FUTURE. IF YOU One'key point to remember is that the enrollment form has to be Donations of 50 cents will be

BUY YOUR- OWN HOME. received by the Military Finance Center no later than September 20, collected with proceeds going to
1973. Forms received after September 20, but postmarked September the Branch-Club building fund.

20 will not be valid. The public is invited.

I 4 ,For further information contact Ken Munsch at 7244182.
FRA 91 meets the second

9 Wednesday of month at
.I' '-: -T.'I'IIE every
f: t" rp 'f!! the Branch home at 8 p.m. The
I Branch's Ladies Auxiliary meetsat

C' t7 8 p.m.on the second Monday of

the month at the same location.
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16, 1973
JAX AIR_ NEWSLATWINGERREENLISTEE PAG 19'Ay '
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'" Protect Your Policy IMost
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Americans are careful to Insurance companies generally ,
protect their families with some replace lost policies without 'ri"'
form of life insurance. Many of charge even though this service )':ff,
them, however, are not so cauti- costs the life insurance business "#t
ous about taking care of their several million dollars: a year But ,.;':
policies. getting a policy replaced may involve I"
Hard to believe? Well,last year some inconvenience and ?
over 350,000 lost, stolen or muti- delay to the policyholder,perhaps .> !
t lated policies were replaced, according at the time when he needs it '.I f
to estimates of the'Institute quickly.
of Life Insurance. To reduce the risk of loss the
M
w rF While one policy was reported policyholder should: ,
consumed by rats, many are destroyed 0 Keep all insurance policies "
by fires in homes and in a safe place. -, ,
apartments. Some are ruined by 0 Keep a separate record of ail ...
.
water in flooded basements. policies. r
Many Are Stolen 0 Let beneficiaries know :v'. ;
Although a policy is of no valueto where the policies and records are ;;

a thief, many are stolen duringthe kept.A
year. Often a policy is among
other stolen papers that are lifted small, watertight fi'ew
resistant metal file box is use-
from cars,briefcases or are part of
OVERBOARD!) AMS1 Wayne Whit of AIMD plunges Into his next four years In possessions that the robber takes. ful for storing life insurance
the Navy after reenlisting on Doctors Lake, That's what we call"enthusiasm." But probably most often, theyare policies.It's hot necessary to keep.. ..
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lost by policyholders them- them in a safe deposit box.since
VA Develops New Job Opportunities, selves. Some people Inadvertently beneficiaries would likely have to
T -- i :tex'authotitles .
throw out their contracts get permission from the .
Some 144,000 new job opportunities be developed this fiscal year placed in training "slots" to develop during house or office cleaning or to open the box after the'
for veterans have been alone, VA has reported. skills tailored to their needs. when they move to a new home or policyholder's death. This could
developed by the Veterans Ad- Under the agency's job- VA pays the trainees G.I. Bill office. delay payment of the insurance.

ministration through a coopera- training "outreach" program, benefits starting at$160 monthly .
tive program with private busi- started in July 1971, VA for single veterans, with higher
ness firms across the country.An specialists visit employers to sug- rates for those with dependents.
estimated 59,000 openings will gest that qualified veterans be Employers must start trainees
with at least one-half the monthly
I wage the veteran will earn when NOW HIRINGORIENTAL
he completes training.The train
ing period normally lasts from six
months to two years.
d;" gigantic" warehouse :- ," As the training progresses, VA
decreases the veteran's allow-
ance every six months,while the
summer clearance employer increases his salary on WAITERS, & WAITRESSES.

a regular schedule.
NEW & USED! SAVINGS GALORE!! Soon to be opened Jax's most unique

Buying luxurious, super plush night spot, serving
DELMONICO CONSOLE STEREO w-FM-AM, FM Stereo only the finest in exquisite, gourmet
Radio&Built in Bar,Oak Cabinet,.$19.95 SAVE$70.00. ,oriental cuisine,. 'needs a staff of oriental

PACKARD ,BELL STEREO Solid Wood, Cabinet French Auto Tags,? waiters ,& waitresses. This' Is, a 'fantastic' ..

Provincial Styling. REG. $399.95 REDUCED to$279,95 SAVE, opportunity to work In the most exclusive&
Jax-NWCA Jai 86 will
$Have to See to,Appreciate,. 1, ONLY '1 end its auto tag'sales"today.; elegant restaurant In North Fla. Will t.raln. 41

ZENITH STEREO Walnut Cabinet $109.95 SAVE OVER All license plates left at
$$100.00 ONLY. the Navy Relief Lobby If you can qualify please call...
after 4 p.m. August 20 will '
DANISH MODERN SOFA & CHAIR Olive Shag Fabric be taken back to MCDuff's ,
$159.95 SAVE $$25.00 ONLY. Appliance Store at Nor- 355-10418;

mandy.
KROEHLER SLEEPER 4" FOAM MATTRESS Tweed
Fabric $179.95 SAVE $20.00 ONLY Y

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ATHENS MAPLE BUTTERFLY TABLE$34.95 SAVE$15.00
1 ONLY. .

ATHENS MAPLE OCTAGON TABLE $34.95 SAVE $$15.00 e. L4L,5 JJ.J'O .. .
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ATHENS MAPLE END TABLE$i9. .93 SAVE.$10.00 ONLY. .
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BROYHILL FRUITWOOD DINING, TABLE ,& 4 CHAIRS : ..m rp Qfe) t) '.
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LION HUTCH TOP FIREPLACE STEREO w-FM-AM FM ..; ON 5-431 ROOSEVELT BLVD. .r:1" "_

Stereo Radio, Tape Player, $449.95 SAVE $50.00 SEE TO <,.i.. -', IS OFFERING TO.ALL NAVAL tlCM .1

APPRECIATE 1 ONLY.,, .. /All. .
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At USED Tremendous WASHERS Savings.Westinghouse. Hotpoint and Kelvlnator, I I.APPLE: : _PIE : '_ i" ,; :Ir :


SOME NEW MERCHANDISE With Slight Damage.Marked Si ,

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Armed Forces Chess ChampionshipsAre """ c w, 0,.,'

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I JAX SPORTS BRIEFS

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I Scheduled For Washington, D.C. '--


fr.. Jax-The 14th Annual Armed championship. The player that participation' in one of the Jax An organizational finishers in the recent.
Forces Chess Championship making the highest score in the 12 preliminary ladder tournamentsis meeting for the Fall In- Atlantic Fleet (Jax Area)

t- Tournament will be held in rounds will be the individual not possible., tramural Pistol Leaguewas Golf Tournament finished
Washington D.C. October 26 champion.All at the third and fourth in the
: through November 2 at the active All Jax chess players that are held yesterday Tour-
Naval personnel on CINCLANTFLT
: I American Legion Building interested in this tournament Athletic Office in Bldg.
duty for more than 90 days will be at Little
should the Athletic Office unit nament held
give If com-
a or
Competition in the Tournament eligible for selection to the Sea 563. your
call at Ext. 3239 so that it can be Creek Va. last week.
mand is interested in ,
will be between teams from the Services team. All eligible

Army Air Force and Sea Ser- personnel must also be membersof determined preliminary tournament whether will be a participating in the pistol Norman Secia of VA-81,
vices with each team consisting the United States Chess competition but didn't
here. finished second at
\ of six players each. The Sea Federation (USCF), but unrated necessary at who
obtain USCF have a representative Jax placed third with a 72
Services team will include players may a The Armed Froces Chees the ,
call
members of the Navy Marine rating before the Armed Froces the meeting; hole total of 295 while
Championship Tournament is
Corps and Coast Guard. compeitition by becoming a sponsored annually by the athletic office at Ext. 3239 Claude White of VW-4, who
USCF member and by playing in as soon as possible. .
American Chess finished
Foundation in at Jax
first
took
,
There will be 12 rounds of team USCF sponsored tournaments.
play 'in which each player will cooperation with the American GOLFERS FINISH IIIGII fourth with a 296 totaL: .
compete against every player on Individual applications will be Legion and the Department of
F the other two teams for the team accepted but only if it is proven Defense. Jax The top two Ens. Bob Lee of the USS
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runeauu:;: won "u o
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nament with a 289 total

while GySgt. Miller of
r WANT CASH? FMFLANT took second

J with a 291.

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ORIENTED I SMALL GAB DEALER Although Naval Station
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13 Corona 4 Dr. $1998 P.O.E. $2589 years, there had been no,

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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWiNGER PAS.. .,23}
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I VA-37 Wins Fast-Pitch Tournament At NAS Jax I IJax


The. VA-37 team another came in on Tom striking out his tenth

from Cecil Field won the Salina's single.COMPATWINGll. victim of the game. .
Atlantic Fleet (Jax Area) didn't VA-37 and COM

Fast-Pitch Softball come up with their first hit PATWING 11 faced each

Tournament held at NAS until the fifth inning when other in the first game of a

Jax last week when John Johnson gave up a single the tournament and the

Johnson pitched a three- but the next man up hit result was a 3.2 decision in .

hitter and struckout 10 on into a double play and 11 innings for VA-37.: In

the way to a 3-1 victoryover Johnson retired the next that game Johnson pitchedall

COMPATWING 11. man on a strikeout. 11 innings for' VA-37,

VA-37 picked'up their Johnson ran into a little gave up eight hits, didn't

first run of the champ- trouble in the bottom of the walk any and struckout 25. '

ionship game in the first seventh and lost his Inspite of his impressive .;" '. :';'.. :.' ," ".. '':' /'":; '.;1f :'N.*>.;,.;.".....,0",,,,",' "...,

inning when Frank Barnes shutout when the first man credentials in the 11 inning .J/' .'..., ',, : ... .!,'" ',"" .:-.,'. ..'"','''' : -ro. "" ::.
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singled in Bart Aver, who up singled, stole second, game and his threehitterin :<'. ,;......?4< :;.'.j;'_ .__.<< -'
had also reached on a went to third on a passed the championship game,
single. Their other two ball and then scored on a Johnson's best per- A MISTAKE, BUT NOT COSTLY-Roger Broach (No. 4) of VA-4S
hurries back to second in the Slow Pitch Championship game after he
in the fourth single. Johnson formance came in VA-37's
runs came stoppedthe saw the man on third trying to get back to third when he realized he
inning when one run threat, however, when confrontation with VW-4 had forgotten to tag up before heading to home plate.,Broach was out
scored on an error and he got the final out by when he pitched a perfect as the second baseman already had the ball in his mit when this shot
game and his team won a was taken.The mistake didn't hurt however;VA-4S won 51.

10-0 decision. Johnson .

didn't give up any hits or

any walks and he out OF SIGHT
y struckout 17 of the 21
f
batters that he faced. His
GO GO DANCERS
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17 strikeouts included a

string of nine straight in All Topless *
I< the first three innings. r
After losing their first BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS

tttt r x i game of the tournament 'LI 11 AM til 2 AM Daily
P % / 1080 Cassat Ave. 388-9016
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VP-1611.3 and then VW-4

w 3-2 in eight innings before

falling to VA-37 again.
VA-37 is in NEWEST CONCEPT
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cut to WHOLESALE N.A.D.A. Ht..See Compare! ;Buy

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L tSl lr. i 2-Door s&: ps, PB Radio tape player
Hardtop new tires, PS. ,
.. Invites his former NAS Jax Within Reach of.:Allf. R4H *
friends and associates. :$1025
to visit him at... ',"wi j : $2125 {
OCALA 49 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL

SOUTHSIDE I FORD .,. I' 2 Door H-ardtop.tt- + <&*Jd. I
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fora really GOOD deal $1875
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recognitions bestowed on Civil
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tr Service personnel recently, this
> section will contain only the
awardee and the award received Ii
->- y 1 and will omit the names of any r
readily recognized Department c4ii
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\' L.A. Johnson of NAS Supply Department. ; __
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Public Works personnel receiving Outstanding Performance ratings
f{ t %-.S v;' were: H.A. Beard, F.G. Dowling, N.D. Johnson E.F. Lawhead, A.P.
"k, 1. 1S 1I i4 Lefler, E.R. Messer, E. M. Nugen, B.A. Ricketts, M.F. Scroggins amd

A.C. Seldon.
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IJ J Recognized for thirty years total Federal Service each were: R.H.
Anthony, H.C.. Coffill, T. Pinkney, J.W. Roberts, W.H. Seldon, M.E.
1 Smith, J.R.( Wheeler and R.J. Wingate. r'? .

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4H Receiving their award for outstanding service from Captain R.L.
Brunson are (L to R) Lt. B.R. Sellers, Control Division Officer Mrs.
Lynn Black; Mr. Tom Pezza, and acting supervisor Miss Carolyn
HAVE A NEW IDEA.. Keen.

1 Escorts On Friday 27.July, NAS Cecil and timely services. The pur-
Pussycat Field's Purchasing Branch of the chasing branch buys material
Continuous (Dancing Partners] supply department's Control which is not carried in the Navy
topless Go Go Retiring, recently was Division was honored by the Supply system from manufac-
?44W STtbST f-lthST EXtTPH 35t 3M Telephone" Supervisor Mrs. receipt of a Cecil Field plaque turers and dealers all over: the
Open 4pm tarn Sunday too Frances Dowling. and a letter,of appreciation from country. The Purchasing Branch

r" the Ground Electronic Main- is the sole source of procurementfor

.' S I tenance Division of the Air non-standard material to
Operations Department. The satisfy the needs of the
.' letter commended the entire squadrons, the AIMD, Air
supply department for their Operations,Public Works,and all
{ P Iz'ia Inn I "courteous service and desire to the other Cecil Field depart-
foJ I be helpful" during the period 30 ments.
June 1972 to 30 June 1973. Purchasing personnel placed in
The purchasing branch per- excess of 7,500 orders last year,
"1 AMERICA'S FAVORITE PIZZABUY sonnel, under the experienced totalling well over $1,000,000

"", leadership of Mr. O.M. worth of business. A mighty big
t Highsmith, were specifically job, we might add, for only 3
praised for their diligent efforts people!

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JAX ',AIR NEWS.LATWINGER f.'AGe Q9
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May Find Boaters

I Small Arms Safety

'Up The Creek With No Paddle'

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TALLAliASS: : I.1j; "Up inter-connecting water- cruise Needs EmphasizingJax
into unfamiliarareas
creek with
the no paddle",
to
ways
make extended ,
or into the more
may become more than cruises. It is not serious to remote stretches of water, A recent BASEGRAM from the Chief of Naval
just a catch phrase to the fisherman with a small call ahead and make Operations reported that NAVSAFECEN figures for

Floridians. Lt. Colonel engine who is going out certain fuel will be fiscal year 1973 showed a continuing low rate and down
Brantley Goodson, Chief and back at the same dock. available. trend in on-duty small arms mishaps, but an alarming
Enforcement Officer of the But to the man who is increase in the number of off-duty or recreational small
Game and Fresh Water skippering a large cruiseror 4'. Don't run at full arms mishaps.As .

Fish Commission, recently houseboat ....being throttle. Most boats can be the hunting season approaches a re-emphasis of
warned boaters of possible limited to six gallons of put on a plane, then the the fundamentals of small arms safety afloat, ashore,
gasoline problems on fuel when the next dock is speed dropped back so thatit on-duty and off-duty therefore becomes appropriate.

Florida's waterways this forty miles away is will retain the plane, yet Accordingly, it is recommended that all activities
summer. serious." still conserve fuel. continue to stress small arms safety in the followingareas.

Goodson urged boats- .
According to Goodson, men to exercise caution 5. File a boat plan. Make A. Review small arms handling safety with
the fuel is
shortage being in their summer boating certain that someone requalification, where warrented, of those personnel
felt in
varying degrees and to follow the same knows your schedule and required to handle such weapons.B. .
the state and
throughout
guidlines suggested for where you should be each Where on-base hunting is permitted, review the
fish and marinasare
camps their road bound coun- evening. Many water- adequacy of existing control procedures to ensure that

no exceptions. In some terparts. They are: ways, especially duringthe all concerned are knowledgeable of hunting and safety T_
areas camp operators are 1. Don't let fuel tanks week, aren't that regulations. F'
limiting the amount of fuel drop below the half mark. popular. You could be C. Ensure that personnel who are issued recreational

allowed by any individual 2. Don't push your runs anchored, out of fuel, for a small arms for off-base hunting are fully qualified in

customers. into the evening hours., The long time before another their use.
"This", said Goodson
,
number of fuel facilities boat passes by. With a
"can be very serious to drops with the hour. float plan, if you don't = tftfm : ::::::::
those skippers who are check in a search can be I :
taking advantage of our 3. If you are planning a made to locate you. i MAVIS RUSSELLat
the piano bar
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J' 5:00 til.7 p.m.
warning with the ;o
suggestion that all boaters ::;. -.: : _.' Entertainment Nitely
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one by without knowing it. Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Blser'sSnfooer '
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic ,
In either case, it is well Swimming Pool, Free Undercover!>> Parking. '.
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like bank Bonds and watch mosquitoes"
a or:credit union or better yet Invest in U.S.Savings .
your earnings multiply. Cooling in Gulf Stream water is Cindy Silver, Lynn ;--;'.z;
Haugh, StephanicT.Cecil and Michele Cecil vacationing at Fort Walton Beach in

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t Ll'P i i GE 24' JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER

, 'I tt tto !I If' Fleet Reserve Opposes
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fJ :I It I Navy League In GolfJax


\ As part of the American manhood to
tr'.' \. Navy Recruiting serve in the United States
:. I Ir
Assistance Program, the Navy.
1 t Fleet Reserve Associationwill For further information,
f'. i H, I oppose the Navy contact LCdr. Howard,
F. ; I M League in a golf tour- Navy Recuriting Office,
1 1 1I 1I I nament on Friday, August phone 396-3822 or Billy
I I\ 1\ ti/ w f fI Owen, FRA Branch 91 at
I I ? 4 24.The match will be 2644816.

I\ ; played on the NAS Jax golf DuO'Du-s4114
course with the Can-
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central meeting place. A GIVE ME SOME IDEAS
handicap system will be I PBOMISE THEM ALL/TO SCREEN

,\ o'j used to give everyone an
j J' equal chance to win.

: Tee off time will be 12:30:
\ d
p.m. with a shotgun start
being used to keep the
}) itl. 1973 Fleet Air Jax Slow-Pitch champions. match from being too long.
The ten dollar entry fee

:;j : VA-45 Claims Slow-Pitch Title will the be used profit for going trophieswith to the 5a

Ii. Navy Recruiting

:\ After 5-1 Win Over VA-174 Assistance Program.This .

program consists of
",*t l Jax- The Atlantic Fleet VA-45 would need but they VA-45 is now in Norfolk, local organizations in- .x
i (Jax Area) Slow-Pitch added one more run in the Va. participating in the terested in aiding local
Softball Tournament heldat fourth and another in the CINCLANTFLT Tour- Navy Recuriters in ob-
NAS Jax last week was sixth. nament. taining the finest of
won by VA-45 when they VA-45 made their way -
scored a 5-1 decision over into the finals by beating
VA-174. VP-24 9-3 and VP-49 11-10 SIiS CD i"'eC-e..la Blandlng Boulevard
'VA-45 started the game while VA-174 downed House of f qua)ity Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Center]
off by picking up a run in Eleuthera 11-5 in their first Phone 771-9323
the first inning but VA-174 game and lost to VP-46 4-1 Every SATURDAY, Night is Every FRIDAY Night is
came back with one in the in their second game.They FAMILY NIGHTYour
third to tie it up. VA-45 then went on to beat VP-16
STEAK choice of
quickly jumped back into 12-10 in eight innings, CHICKEN &
; the lead and stayed there Eleuthera 10-4 and VP-49 $199 DUMPLINGS or 89
ty i .;.. in the fourth inning when 9-4 before finally falling to NIGHT
Rob Hairfield hit a triple VA-45. CHOPPED STEAK

into deep left field that Other games in the V* Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables. Bread and'Butter
brought home John Mc- Atlantic Fleet Tournamentsaw LUNCH It AM til 2 PM DINNER 4 PM til 8 PM
Nulty and Roy Sipes after VP-24 drop VP-16 7-2
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puncheon Special 39 cents Monday Saturday
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