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 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
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System ID: UF00028307:00181

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711 iah y :0',--: New Navy Programs Explained I


:3 of getting overseas duty .
Ever wonder why within 10 months you
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world's most interesting and ten years of obligated Request Chit and your

cities-ports such as San service. It isn't, often a Duty Preference Form

Francisco, Copenhagen, family has the whole worldto available to use. They may
Barcelona and Hong choose from when they not guarantee you the duty

Kong? It is because they want to travel. GUARD you want, but they will at
are exciting reflections of Another new' Navy least help by letting those

the tastes and experiencesof program, instituted by who can get you to where
people who have CNO is PEP (Personnel you want to go know what

r traveled the world. This Exchange Program). It you want.
opportunity for world offers a few enlisted So,if you want to gain a

travel is a prime reason personnel and their lifetime of memories for

why people choose the families a very unusual yourself and your family,
Navy. Even a single tour and interesting overseas ask your Career Counselor
c of duty brings a lifetime of duty assignment. PEP about these and other

k experiences and volunteers are exchanged programs which can help
memories. Ask any sailor between the U.S. Navy anda you see the world

it's always a special Navy of one of our allies .
u moment when your ship for a tour of duty-usually New Flu

passes through the Golden two years. It is open to all

," .0''. Gate or the Straits of ratings E-5 and above who
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Gibralter. meet the qualifications. Shot Reg.Jax .

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: "<; .'. adventure of travel with on the local economyof announced that the

WEEK their. families. Overseas the country you are discovery of a new strainof
: duty offers a once-in-a- serving with. You will Influenza virus will

From Start To Finish..or"A lifetime opportunity to share in the local customs require many active duty
experience another and traditions and, for all Navy people to receive two

SHORT LIFE" country and its people. practical purposes, you separate flu: immunizations -
New Navy programs have will be a native of the this. year
increased the number of country and a part of its instead of the usual one.

Late Claims Delay ReturnsDenver Navy personnel who can Navy.If Burned Notice 6220 of
take their families along to you're looking for a Aug. 26, states that the
-- CHAMPUS the explanations sub- see the world. Some of way to serve overseas but new flu bug has caused
beneficiaries have been mitted with the delayed these programs are you're not eligible to move outbreaks of Influenza in

penalizing their own claims include that they discussed here.Guaranteed ashore, you might try duty several countries recentlyand
pocketbooks by delayingthe were lost in doctors' of- with a ship, aircraft the vaccine currentlyin
submission of claims fices; that there was a lack Assignment squadron or staff home use cannot protect

for reimbursement. of of knowledge of the Retention Detailing ported overseas.,. Major, against it.
authorized 'health care provisions of the programby (GUARD) is one of the units are established in A vaccine for the, new

charges. These delays the military member,at new programs. GUARD Italy, Spain, Greece, the' strain has been producedand
slow down payment the time of the care was does. just, what it says Mddle East and Japan. will be available priorto

processing, according to received; and that the guarantees duty and Top performing in- the winter months of
officials of the Civilian 'claims had been lost by the travel to a place of your dividuals in certain rates 197374. Immunizationwith

Health And Medical. sponsor. choice if you reenlist for and ratings can also get this new vaccine will
of the Uniformed six years. It is open to top
Program
duty at the high-level be mandatory lor all active -
Services. CdHSKRVE. P.ECTRICITYr ,performing personnel in
military and civilian of- duty personnel.The .
selected who
Normally state ratings are fices of the U.S. overseas. current vaccine is

CHAMPUS fiscal ad- This duty with Naval mandatory for all active

ministrators strive to Missions, Military Groupsand duty recruits and per-

process claims within similar- activities, sonnel assigned to ships,
fifteen working day of r DOdOa[ NATO and unified com- squadrons, mobile con-

receipt. mands is often in one of struction battalions, the-
oow the great cities of the FMF and other units

Delayed"submission NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT world. While most of the which may be designatedby
claims involve chargesthat billets are in clerical and CNO. It is optional for

range from a few Sunday supply ratings, there are a other Navy people. Both
dollars to several thousandof .f h."... .t work' Divine Worship 8:30: a.m. few billets available for the old and the new vac-
dollars. A CHAMPUS at All Saints Chapel.
TURN OUT LIGHTS others.In to
cines available
Church School 9:30: a.m. are
reveals that of WHEN YOU DON'T NEED THEMI!
study some
Divine Worship 11 a.m. at addition to these dependents on a voluntary
All Saints Chapel.
Junior Youth Fellowship special programs for basis.RETREAT.
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12:30 p.m. Senior Youth
a AX A I :Ft NEWS Fellowship 1:30: p.m.
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. I
at the Small Chapel.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper '
dl.tr'buted each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Tuesday, ?
Senior Choir Rehearsal 1
Jacksonville, Florida, the Holt ,
by Publishing Company a p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
V SSGT DARKELL D.HARE.USAF
private firm.All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Christian Science Service t
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2. NAS p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Somewhere ,
a bugle softly sounds
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News .
NAVAL HOSPITAL The of
message renown
Items are welcCmedlrom all sources. Telephone 772-3118
Divine Worship 9:30: a.m. And me/i Inside their buildings wait
or 3119. at St. Lukes.
Until the flag comes down.
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made .
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard trace NATTC.Protestant Worship And others run to get their cars .
creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, Service, 10:30: a.m. In Quite harrowed or dismayed
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this .' Building 500 Afraid they will not reach the gate
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the CATHOLICSaturday Before retreat Is played.
refusal to print advertising' from that source. Mass 5 p.m. at Not thinking! of the flag or men
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries St. Edward's Chapel. Who fought to keep It flying.
concerning such should be directed to: Sunday Mass a.m. and 11 How many would be glad to stand
a.m. Dally Mass-Monday,
ar -It.'Y Tuesday, Thursday and Whose bodies now are mute,
# THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Frlday>11:30 a.m. Wednesday Or_have no hand that they might raise
: 4747 San Juan Ave.,Jacksonville, Fla.32210 Mass 11:30 a.m. at And stand In proud salute.So .
the Naval Hospital Chapel.
AFFH.IAtI Telephone 337.3566 Saturday Confessions 4:30 accept it not as duty
MEMSE1VOL." to S p.m. But a privilege even more ..
[ 31 NO. 25 SEPTEMBER 7, 1973 And receive It as an honor
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Labadie Is stationed aboard the AMH3 Frederick N. Baker was recently reenlisted for SIX years
USS JOHN, F. KENNEDY (CVA- giving him a total of eight years. Performing the ceremonies is CDR
LCDR Bob W. Ballinger I (right) of Atkron Forty.Flve is shown being 67)) deployed to the P. N. Puerling, CO of VA-105.
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Navy Exchange Program, services and products. Navymen and dependents.
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Lt. Mike Nelson was standing out of his liferaft before the creation of more' convenience I
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had crashed. while still in the helicopter and and more friendly services to 1

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Jax-The following is a reportof Going througn stop sign 14
motor vehicle accidents and Other Violations 77

traffic violations for the period of Eighty drivers appeared before l .
Aug 626. their commanding officers. V y 1

Number of Accidents Disposition of the cases includedthe
This Period 33 following: eight lost drivingand
This Period a year ago 30 parking privileges aboardthe
Total accidents this year 308 station for various periods;
i I Total accidents through this thirteen were assigned to

period last year 267 complete an eight-hour course in

Total number of days since last remedial driving; two to MDDC; V Ii L .
injury in a motor vehicle three received suspension; eight .

accident 16 referred for Admin. Action; V. '. .
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Number of days since an injury twenty-one were given warnings / ': '1,
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last year at this time 14 thirteen to Dept. Head Council; !
Number of Violations eight were dismissed; fifty four
This Period 122 were fined (U.S. Magistrate. f

Speeding 31 Seventy-nine drivers were .. i.
Reckless driving 0 assessed 308 traffic points.



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9 oe, D. Clemmer is awarded the Navy Achievement
BRANCH RETIRING WITH A NEWMEDAL. -LCdr. Everett
BRANCH 91 p
before being piped over the side with 21 of naval
MEETING Medal by Capt. E.R. Sourbeer, FICEUR C.O., years
5391 Collins Rd. b, service. A former enlisted man, LCdr. Clemmer was cited for distinguished service to the Navy and
Ph.264-2833 y 2nd Wed. FICEUR while assigned to FICEUR as Administrative Officer and Sealed Authenticator System

Distribution Officer.
Branch Info: JACK WADELIN, PH. 282-5560 '

LAFRA UNIT 91 s Meeting 2nd Mon. Middies
Info: Kay Lancaster, Ph.389-7684
CLUB INFO:5391 Collins Road,Ph.264-9164 .
F RA offers low cost Insurance. THE HAREM *
Sworn In
CHAMPUS supplement&updated legislative news
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New Summer Hours: Open 4PM! 4w .
i ALL NEWTOPLESS DANCERS AtJUJaxTwentynine
TOPLESS GO-GO 4PM-2AM
Raised Show Bar
WILSON Jacksonville
Pmtftac 10 W. Church St. 35S-tf7'
I University NROTC midshipmenwere

100,% GUARANTEED USED CARS sworn in yesterday during
iri ceremonies at the University's

*SAVE SAVE -*SAVE i NROTC Eight headquarters.of the midshipmen are

73 PONTIAC LEMANS 2 dr. 71 PONTIACGRANDVILLEH.T. : 'I'lIE 6 from Florida with three coming

., Verdant Green with 4 dr. H.T.:,. Brittany Beige I from;the Jacksonville area
White Cordova top & White with Brown Cordova top, [ GIFTS The midshipmen from this area
I Interior, auto trans, AC, I auto trans, AC, P.S., P.B., IiOWSSBSWELCOMSO are: Bradford J. Crenshaw of

P.S., P.B., A.M., Radio & P.W., P.S., tilt wheel, cruise | Nautical Chart Outriggers Nautical U*..r e 7811 Lemen Drive, Jacksonville;
Rally II Wheels. Low control, AM-FM Stereo +Paints .Fish Bnxe *Burger Jackets f3Shi I John E. Jackson, 6142 SudburyAve
*Hard"*'are Table Wear iviviuov Jacksonville and David W.
mileage. Radio & Radial tires. ;
Repair Materials AcgrssnriesOther Goodie
Wood of Orange Park.
$3795 $2995 WET S1ORAGE'MARINE HOISTS'HUII SERVICE'YACNT BROKER Other Florida midshipmen
EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTBOARD. STERN DRIVE. INBOARD
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS.MOTORS CANOES .* TRAILERS include: Richard A. Martin, Port
I 73 PONTIAC CATALINA 4 71 CHEVROLET CAMARO 2 Charlotte; Richard D. Ogden;
PIER 17 M
dr. H.T., Mesa Tan with dr. H.T., Rosewood with 1 RINAINC.II; Key West; Timothy C, Rowe,

Green Int, auto trans, AC, Black Vinyl top & Black a ROOSEVELT BLVD it ORTEGA RIVER _ Ormond Beach; Amos J. Sheffield -
P.S., P.B. & A.M. Radio Buckets, 307 V-8, 3 spd trans, JlCbMIIIIlI ....... Tampa; and Robert G.
$3695 P.S., A.M. Radio & Rally II Per M Frjnch.VKl MUnn ..hone Ml YOPEN.dfll SUNDAY Wadeson, Satellite Beach.
Wheels. Double SharD BOATS.MOTORS;CANOES.
JU's NROTC expectsto
1 program
Thunderbird .
I Starcralt Mfg Troan| GrummanTCraft
72 CHEVROLET COR. $2695 .. TJ.L-T-J T 1 "' i I enroll 160 students for its fall
VETTE T-top coupe, War semester, with the four women.
Bonnette Yellow with Saddle 71 PLY M 0 U T HInt.,454V8.spd.transAC midshipmen who enrolled in
BARRACUDA 2 dr. H.T., of
September 1972 returning.
P.S., P.B. Revere Silver with Black Int, SALESMAN ON DUTY
P.W., Jilt 10A.AA.to 6P.M.DAILY
I telescopic steering wheel & 383 V-8, 3 spd. trans, P.S., I Capt. M.O. Muncie, Commanding
AM-FM Radio. A.M. Radio & Sport Wheels. Officer of the Univer

sity's NROTC program, said thatit
1 $5795 $2495 MELVIN is probable: that other women

will attend who not on
are
70 DODGE CORONET 440 2
72 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX dr. H.T., Lucerne Blue with PARKConvenient : r scholarship.Scholorship studentsare

'. 2 dr., H.T., Julep Green with Black Vinyl top, auto trans, S selected through national
White Int., auto trans, AC, to competition.
AC, P.S., P.B. & A.M. Radio NAS andCECIL'FJELD .
P.S., P.B., P.W., P.S. tilt M. ,t',. a :
1 JU's NROTC's program was :
I steering wheel & AM-FM :$2395
1 inaugurated in September of
Stereo Radio. 12,000 miles
1 69 PONTIAC EXECUTIVE 2 1971, becoming the first such :

$4295 dr. H.T., Bermuda Blue with program in Florida Last year JU 1 1
White top, auto trans AC, NEWHOMESNEARLY became one of four universities in j i '

I 72 PONTIAC CATALINA 2 P.S., P.B. & A.M. Radio. COMPLETED the United States to be assigned J

I dr. H.T., Canyon Copper 39,000 miles with factory women in the NROTC program. \

I with Sandalwood Int, auto warranty remaining. $26,500 tO 928.500VA.FHA Terms i iI

t trans, AC, P.S., P.B. & A.M. $1995 VETERANS: No Down Paymentl! '
1 Radio. Extra Clean. J
3 Bedrooms 2 full Baths Wallpaper
3295 68 PONTIAC CUSTOM dr. King Size Master Bedroom y t.' .... 1

I sed, Polar White with Blue 'c All Electric Garage ,.. '- r.f\ 5
72 BUICK SKYLARK dr. .Int., auto trans, AC, P.S., Central Heat,& Air Conditioning : \,. ). I
J'. sed., Mint Green with White P.B. & A.M. Radio. Local 'Ideal Location,Surrounded by .._ \ 0
Int, auto trans, AC, P.S., one owner, Schools,Churchs Shopping Cent.n. Expressway I 1.295 close by
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If" 'Support' Only Part Of The Job At MA TSG I


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By Cpl.Jackie Hunt
,Jax-The Marine Aviation Training Support Group
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(MATSG) has been an important part of NATTC and ----
NAS for the past 30 years. .
Despite location changes and varying levels of troop I
strength, MATSG has, for the major part of the three
decades, remained the senior Marine command in the iy>A
North Florida area. '
The purpose of MATSG, according to the command -'r-
charter, is to lend administrative support to NATTC in
the processing of Marines attending various schools at
the Center, but those within the Group will quickly in-
form you that more goes on at MATSG than ad-
ministrative support. V6 IjLHj.v; **
MATSG's strength is presently at an all-time low ,
(only 114 support personnel and 94 students), but Is' k
everyday activities still continue.

MATSG Marines still perform their duties as in- I t r
structors in the Aviation Electrician and Ordnance
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Schools, military policemen attached to the Jackson- aft
ville Shore Patrol, security police at the Pirates Cove,
administrative clerks; supply cherks and various other
forms of military duty. _
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Physical fitness, rifle requalification and other I
A military activities that Marines at major commands are
; familiar with are also a part of the MATSG role. KEEPING UP WITH THE PAPERWORK-MATSG's Unit Diary Section maintains' records and
administrative data for Marines attending NATTC schools. (USMC Photo)
; Three times
t t a week MATSG personnel must assemble
I on the physical training field to prepare for the quar-
.' terly fitness test.
Rifle qualification is a little less demanding (it comes
only once a year), but is taken dead serious. Marines
meet at Camp Blanding at 6:30: a.m. for one week annually -
to test their shooting ability. "

J LtCol. J. Howard Dunn recently assumed duties as -
I'' commanding officer of the unit. Although the command
'I is scheduled to be part of NATTC's move to Memphis 'r
early next year, LtCol.,Dunn refuses to let demotivationand C'" 1 fJ};

morale problems upset the transfer.,

"My goal is to ensure this movement is accomplished
r I as effectively,and efficiently as possible and with a mit 74J
minimum personal inconvenience to all Marines in- : k'
volved" LtCol. Dunn says. IrfIi/
In the tradition of the Marine Corps, MATSG's routine ;

goes on. _


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All! Topless *

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11 AM til 2 AM Daily .
( 1080 Cassat Ave. 388-9016 ..
i WEAR IT WITH PRIDE-MATSG's'supply section operates Cash Sales Store, selling. uniforms
and.gear to Marines throughout the Jacksonville area(USMC Photo)
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 9 i


Happy Car Buyers J

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Are Smart Shoppers ,, ', 3 i
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Reluctantly, Bill Jones and models in which you are
Followed his wife, Liz, into the interested. Don't forget to find
auto dealer's show room and out the current value of the car
watched her zero in on a powder you intend to trade. Trade-in I'w

blue model with leather values differ by make, model, .... : ,y ..,
upholstery, condition, year and geographic I
Before he could catch up with location.For this reason, the best S f .I 'SL
her,a salesman had already fired bet is to find out the current t++Y af4.y'

his opening salvo. NADA average wholesale and the
"That car was just made for average retail prices for your
you," Bill heard him say. type car. After you have obtainedan
"It certainly was." Liz mur- appraisal of your old car, a r
mured. Then, almost as an afterthought determine how much your new .t < ,

she added: "How car would cost without a trade.
much is iff" From this figure, deduct the
The salesman pointed to the value of the car you are tradingin. ,Yu r.to 4
figure posted on the car window. Then you will be ready to < / r
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12800. negotiate
"Oh, Liz cooed.. Only $2800!" Here are some tips to
I
Bill signaled frantically to remember while negotiating:
silence his wife. PREY'S EYE VI EW-VP-45's LN-111s shown through the periscope of the USS Haddo. The aircraft ;
Liz eyed him as if he were out 1. Even if the car you're is on a low altutude approach run with the bomb bay doors open-a clear sign that the "prey" hadbeen
of his mind. Bill cleared his bargaining for is the exact make caught by the "Pelicans" flight crew. I .
throat and faced the salesman. and model you want, don't appear ,
"I'm really not prepared to pay too interested. An eager

more than $2250," he said. buyer rarely wins significant If You Have A Question;, t' J

Liz scowled and gave him a price concessions. ..... ,
just-wait-'til-we-get-home! look. '2. Let the saleman know that L' & /

"For heaven's sake, "she you are in touch with his com- ; -

snapped Bill sighed."why tell him that?" petitors. 'Link' May Have An AnswerJaxIf ti ,

3.Even if it means an extra trip '. .
"I'm bargaining. Now just f
back to the dealer's don't to ;
try i
hush up and let me handle this. ,
consummate the sale too fast. someone asked you if you would like to see the latest LINK, what would your reaction be? If
"Don't be an idiot, Liz was '
angry. "The price is on the Most salesmen cannot offer you said anything other than, "Yes, I would like to read. it", then maybe you don't know what LINK, \.
sizeable discouts without first
window and you're not going to is.LINK
obtaining the permission of their is an Enlisted Personnel Distribution Bulletin done in a magazine format. It is an effort by i
talk anybody into taking less.
superiors. This takes time. detailers and personnel managers in the Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS) to,open up channelsof
Liz Jones didn't know it, but
Furthermore, many salesmen communications between you and them. 1.
she was quite What she
didn't realize is wrong.that the price will not cut prices until they're LINK recently celebrated its first year in publication and has become a valuable aid for keeping up
certain you won't pay the one with what's going on in all the ratingsand their related fields.. t
the window of
posted on a new car
is not necessarily its actual they're asking. The best thing to The magazine has a general interest section that covers a broad range of topics concerning you as a
do is to give the salesman your member of the Navy,a section that deals with the easiest and most effective ways to communicatewith t
but rather the
selling price, ,
manufacturer's suggested list phone number and ask him to call your detailer, a section on schools and programs and a section that keeps you, up to date with ,
you when he is ready to meet what's going on in your rating as well as all the other rates in the Navy. .
price. your price. LINK also has a "classified ads" section that enables you to learn about the exciting billets in
An auto dealer '
buys a stan
which your services are needed and also includes a directory with the names and phone numbers of f ,
..., manufacturer dard-sized ," ,for car from its %14.,Don't "split the l difference" fall l the different personnel that you might need to get in touch with at BUPERS. 1'
approximately when your preliminary researchhas At least five people are supposed to see each issue of LINK so if your LINK is missing,ask around,
75 pf its "suggested
percent indicated that your. price to find out where you can get your hands on a copy. It just might be the LINK you need for a more .
selling price. This means, that objective is reasonable. If the
you can probably purchase a car suggested list price of the car you rewarding career. f
at a figure up to 20 percent less want is$2800 and you're willing to '.
than its list price-IF you follow a pay $2500, don't let anyone
few simple rules: persuade you to pay $2650. SIiS
INVESTIGATE,THENNEGOTIATE en ti'e"e..la !i: Standing. Boulevard' ;
5. Let ONE member of your Cedar Hills$ Shopping Center j
Don't rush into a showroom and family do all the negotiating. House Qualify Foods Phone 771.9723

buy the first car that appeals to Follow the shopping rules we Every SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night is *
have outlined and NFCU
you. Arm yourself with pertinent use car
information so you will.be able to financing. If you. do, you are FAMILY NIGHT '.
. negotiate intelligently. Check the bound to' be' a.., HAPPY CAR STEAK Your of
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) NADA (National Automobile BUYER. (NFCU) cKENe &
," Dealers Association) wholesaleand Next week: "So you'd,like to g't .

f retail values of the makes buy a Recreational vehicle NIGHT $199 CHOPPED DUMPLINGS STEAK or 8


:; Buying New Uniforms ? lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ,.and any, 2 vegetables. Bread and Butter

LUNCH 11 AM Ill 2 PM DINNER,4 PM tilt PMe
:, Save At Small StoresJax
: : Wafth For Qur>tvrich'e0'ri Mca* Specrai 39 cents Monday Thru Saturday

The new lightweight worsted wool blend uniform is now
available at the NAS Jax Small Stores, according to Lt (jg) T. P. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 130oo00000<

Higgins Personal Support Division Officer
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A complete set of these lightweight blues sells for only$45.91 through A-TROUT ENTERPRISES Inc.
,: the Small Stores. ,

: The individual prices are as follows: flgftttttSBm ::;*** ,!(: --x.: :- -:;:::: :::::: ::::;:::::=:=:;<:::::::=: -:::... ..$-:? :; :::re.<<:::::

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6.45 .
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'wU''r. Belt .32 MIDDLEBURG PHONE 282-4478 ?
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Buckle .25 i
i Trousers 6.99 If you are planning to build a new home on a wooded or vacant lot, or purchase a mobile home
,... Coat ,- 29.90 Call TROUT ENTERPRISES INC. 282.. 71. ,
w,' The new uniform is currently optional for all E-6s and below, After '
ONE CALL DOES IT
ALL
:;.. July 1,1975,it will be mandatory for all except those with less than one / :

" year left t in the Navy. LAND CLEARING MOWING FILL DIRT ELECTRICAL HOOKUPS


In REAL ESTATE matters, visit or call LIMEROCK WATER SYSTEMS SEPTIC TANKS *'CONCRETE PATIOS

WAYNE SHRUMAn IN STOCK:

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Dependability,Sincerity In
REAL ESTATE SALES CALL FOR fREE ESTIMATES !

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1973
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I!:: Ever Wonder What They Do Up There '? IB


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Jax-NAS Jacksonville is the fectiveness against the quua; 1 wiiicu tnus ;surface: or
ELEVEN and faster submarines of today. "snorkel". from time to time to
Patrol
home of Wing
method of recharge their batteries.
Sound is the primary Radar
the East
one of two wings on
detection The audio is displayed primarily at
Coast whose primary job is Anti submarine the
submarine Warfare, .(ASW). information, or "noise", that a Sensor 3 station. Built into the
Patrol Wing 11 is composed of six submarine makes can be computer system is the ability to
squadrons, five of which are analyzed and converted into store the radar picture so that it
Sonic can be studied.
useful tactical information.
equipped with the P-3C, the latest
version of Lockheed's Orion information is relayed to the Also displayed at the Sensor 3
aircraft by sonobuoys which are station is the input from
aircraft, and the world's most a
sophisticated: ASW platform. This dropped from the aircraft in detection device'reminiscent of
article concerns the P-3C and the prescribed geometric patterns.The Buck Rogers..a low light level
men who fly her sonobuoy simple terms, is television. It is capable of
The P-3C, like previous Orion a hydrophone for listening in the detecting a surface ship, even on
aircraft, has been designed to water and a transmitter to relay the blackest night,and displaying
detect, locate and destroy enemy the information to the aircraft. its Image in T.V, form on the
submarines.Internally, however This information is analyzed at radar scope. It is easy to imaginehow
the "Charlie" differs from its the Sensor 1&2 stations. important this piece of gearis
earlier Orion counterparts. An Two aviation anti-submarine for it emits no electronic
j II I I airborne general purpose digital warfare operators who are highly signal and does not give away the
II computer and several new ASW trained and talented in the art plane's position. Also displayedat
I .. sensors have been added. The and science of analyzing sound the Sensor 3 station is "MAD",
l, incorporation of the computer information operate this com- Magnetic Anomoly Detection
SHUTDOWN-Flight Engineer ADJ1 V/.R., Williamson shuts down has resulted in a highly efficient plicated gear. Upon their abilityto This equipment, located in the
the engines after the pilot, Lt. H.M.Wilson taxis the aircraft to the weapons system, integrating all analyze sonobuoy informationrests stinger tail of the aircraft,
; tin*. the components of the ASW the success of the mission. detects the changes in the earth's
mission into a signle unit. It Radar,located in both the nose lines of magnetic flux caused by a
provides the aircrews with nearly and tail of the aircraft, is still an large metal object such as a
500 percent more time for tactical important search and navigationtool. submarine. Electronic countermeasures -
decision-making. The result is It is particularly effective are also employedCont.
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at the Sensor 3 station.This gives mission and carrying it out to its t
the P-3C the ability to detect conclusion, that of tracking "s
enemy electronic emissions from submarines in peace time or + j
radar and radios. destroying them in war;
The master of all these devicesis The typical ASW mission includes -
the sensor station 3 operator a 3 hour planning and ; ,1d
an aviation anti-submarlne preflight period, a mission which -
-warfare specialist with practiced often lasts 10 hours or more, anda ;
ability in his important station. 2 hour post flight period. This .
Like the sensor station 1 & 2 can make for a 15-18 hour day, .rd
operators,he is a highly trained starting before sunrise and en- j
and dedicated individual.One ding many hours later. The men iH
other important detection who work these long hours, and : :1A :1
device has not yet been men- are ready to go up again the next A )
tioned. That is the old fashioned day, are an elite group. They \
"Mark 1" eyeball. Believe it or make up today's Patrol Aviation 4 41 .I
not, visual surveillance in ice Navy, a vital cog in the nation's ,, ,
reconnaissance or coastal strategic defense machinery. .-
reconnissance works. Althoughthe '
entire crew is trained in

visual techniques, the ord- m
nanceman who handles the
sonobuoys and weapons and whois n
stationed at the aft observation 7
window is the visual expert.He is
also a photographer and operates .
hand held cameras as a backupfor STANDBY ONE-L Tlg| J.M. Hannes and AEC J.H. Stegner preflight and. begin' starting engines
the sophisticated externalnose from the Co-pilot and Flight Engineer. stations. + .. .
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Often camera.assisting in visual look- TT7t

out work is the inflight
technician. He is responsible for
inflight maintainence of the

computer, sensor devices,
navigation equipment, com i
munications equipment and all
other related gear. He is a jack of
all trades and a master of all.
Very few ASW flights would be
successful without this technical
magician along.
Up forward in the cockpit is the
last of the talented enlisted crew,
,the flight engineer. His job is to
assist the pilot and co-pilot He is
an all imprtant third set of handsin
the flight station. On long .

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the senior pilot aboard, flies l in _)
the left seat. He is a man of much I
experience both in aviation and in -o, tL
ASW. To him falls the respon- -a :
sibility of accomplishing the
assigned mission. In the simplest
terms, the crew depends on him POSITION-ENS W.G. Hildebrand plots the aircrafts course and reports his position from the NAV.
to get them there and get them COMM station.
back. Like the PPC, the second 1&2 SENSOR
and third pilots who share the copilot STATIONS 1&2
duties are graduates of the
arduous Naval Aviation Training 3 SENSOR

Program. STATION 3
Handling the modern inertial
navigation system aboard the 4 TACTICAL Sale!
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! was the recruits were German Shepherds. The dogs go through a thorough screening in bi4
which they are checked for intelligence, stamina and aggressiveness. The reason: stopping crime wy
aboard the Naval Air Station.
POIC,;MAI Robert E. Robinson,an honor graduate of Sentry Dog school in Fort Gordon, Georgia, -
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They help patrol secluded areas, warehouses,parking lots, assist in riot control, watch suspects rPERSONAL
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In response to numerous requests for recipes revealed by our : ; i AskQI
recent survey In the Jax Air News, future editions will contain Tjii. ::
selections of proven recipes from "Torrance's Kitchen." )

If you'd like to share your recipes with other Jax Air News readers, : "l" ... was the wife of a service-
send them to the editor. P. : >:""o'J.( ,. ": -.,: man killed during World War II.
Baked Lasagna My VA compensation was discon
MEAT MIXTURE: I Ib. lean ground beef, 1 tbsp. salad oil, 1 clove :;; tinued when I remarried in 1955.
garlic (minted or few dashes of garlic powder), I tbsp. parsley flakes, ..,"'''' Since my second husband died
I tbsp. basil, I can (No. t) tomatoes, 1 80%. can tomato paste 2 tbsp. recently, I wonder if VA will pay

salt.Brown j me compensation again based on
meat in oil, add other ingredients and simmer until thick my first husband's death?
(about one hour), stirring occasionally to prevent sticking. While t A-Yes. Under a law enacted in
simmering, prepare cheese mixture. 1970, VA may again award compensation
CHEESE MIXTURE: 1 120%. carton cottage or ricotta cheese, 1 -d to a remarried widow
beaten egg, 1 tsp salt, ft tsp. pepper, I tbsp. parsley flakes, % cup whose remarriage ended in deathor
grated parmesan cheese. divorce.
Mix all Ingredients together. b- aNEW I Q-I'm going to college under
ADDITIONAL INGREDIENTS: I 80%. package mozzarella. cheese the GI Bill, but my 36 months of
and l& package (M lb.) broad flat lasagna noodles. education, entitlement will end
In boiling salted water, place f J-S package (M lb.) broad flat lasagna two months before I receive my
noodles. Cook until tender. Drain and rinse In cold water. i ___ degree When will VA discontinuemy
Arrange noodles in bottom of lightly greased eight or nine Inch allowance checks?
square shallow pan.Alternate layers of cheese mixture, meat mixture A-At the end of the school term
and mozzarella cheese slices until all ingredients are used. in which entitlement runs out.
Bake 30 minutes at 350 Serves four.
.(' degrees. TO THE "MAD FOX" FAMILY-AMS1 Pat Murner puts the Q-If a veteran with a nonserv-
This well and be made several hours In advance '
recipe freezes may up finishing touches on VP-5's first P-3C. The aircraft .is one of nine ice connected disability dies in a
and kept In the regrigerator:prior to baking. "Charlies" that will replace the squadron's P-3A "Orions". private hospital, will VA pay
transportation costs to place of

New Management System 'Charlie' Joins VP5JaxThe burial A-No.? VA is permitted to bear

these expenses only when death
first of the "Mad Foxes" nine factory fresh
Set For Stateside occurs in a VA hospital or
BEQs P-3C (Charlie) "Orion" aircraft is on the line at VP-5, domiciliary, or while hospitalizedat

signalling the beginning of an extensive transition VA expense
Jax-The Navy is implementing assistance teams. These three-
Q-I am receiving a 60 per cent
.a new management system for man teams, comprised of experienced period for the squadron, service-connected disability

the administration of all stateside senior petty officer One of a new series of improvedP3C keeping functions automaticallyand compensation. I have a wife and
bachelor enlisted quarters BEQ managers, will conduct models built by Lockheed, with greater reliability and two children. My 17yearoldchild
(BEQs). assistance visits at the request of
the aircraft has even greater accuracy than the older'Orions'r. was married in January.
A BEQ Management Coor- local commands in much the "
antisubmarine potential than the Aircrewmen When will my. compensation
dinator's Office has been same manner as the Navy's food "Charlie"series. therefore free to concentrateon
impressive original ,are payments be reduced?
established in the Bureau of service teams.
the tactical at hand.
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problem A-At the end of the calendar
Naval Personnel, and a per- Based in San Diego and Nor-
VP-5 personnel are par year in which the child was mar-
manent BEQ Manager's School folk, the teams will provide individual ticipating in an intensive four- These advantages are vital in
has been set up at the Naval Air attention to command month effectively countering the threatof
Technical Training Center problems and act as an avenue of designed to training familiarize them program with the modern nuclear sub- ried.Wigs OK'd

Memphis, Tenn. communications on BEQ every aspect of the maintenanceand marine.
Both the management office management matters. operation ,of the computerized VP-5's conversion to the P-3C
'and the school are a' .direct Since fiscal I'year 1966,;over 500 aircraft. will not mean the complete For SQJI1eReservists
outgrowth of recommendationsmade million dollars have, been spenton The principal advantages of the retirement of the P.-3A aircraft
by Bureau- of Naval building and rehabilitating P-3C lie in its automation and which have served the squadronso .. "
Personnel BEQ study group and bachelor enlisted quarters.There navigation systems, which well since 1966. These aircraft
approved by the Chief of Naval has been a significant improvement perform most of the routine will be used to boost the
Operations.The in both the physical navigation, plotting and log capability of our reserve forces. Jax-Naval Reservists per-
office and school are integral layout and decor from large, forming Inactive Duty for
parts of a comprehensiveeffort open barracks to com- Training (drills) are now entitledto

BEQ management to improve the through quality the of partmentalized rooms. | ...I Saw A Man Die | The wear wigs wigs. must meet the

training of experienced and The new BEQ management following standards:
., highly motivated enlisted men system is an effort to update and Last week I saw a man die., He had suffered unimaginable torture. 1. Outward appearance must
and officers. improve the administration of an Second-degree and third-degree bums covered 40 per cent of his body. conform to the grooming
Another facet of the area which is assuming in- For five days and six nights he had fought off the inevitable before he regulations contained in U.S.
management system will be the creasing importance in an all- drew his last rasping breath. Navy Uniform Regulations, 1969.
establishment of BEQ field volunteer force era. Old friends had spent the weekend at his house, and on Sunday night 2. The wig must fit well and be
they were to have a giant steak/charcoal-broiled on his outdoor grill. of good quality.
,", When the coals did not flare quickly enough, he gave them another 3. Wigs must not interfere with
squirt from; a large can of fluid. There was a vapor-puff explosion You the proper performance of duty.
may have see one like it. There is a flash of light, but very little sound There is no change concerningthe
-only a quick phffft, and it is all over. This time it was not over. As he standards: to be applied to
released the pressure on the can a tiny bit of flaming vapor was sucked Active Duty personnel including
SORRY.BUT back into the can. It exploded. The bottom blew out and drenched him Reserve personnel on Active
.... with flaming fluid. Duty for Training ACDUTRA)
He rolled on the ground,got up quickly,ran toward the river, stumbledand status.
WE'RE TEMPORARILY... fell,got up and hurled himself into the water.There was no scream.
There was little sound of any kind. Even the exploding can made little
noise.He said,"Oh,my God!I"twice in an agonized undertone and one of ALL DAY
>> his dogs howled. In less than 30 seconds it was over, and 30 minutes SATURDAYB'ANKING
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I went over the ground later and I saw the burned grass and the burned
branches of the cedar tree above. I picked up the remains of the can. It
bore a name familiar to all of us, and it contained a fluid I have often
used. One of the purposes for which it is sold is that starting of charcoal FREE
SOLD fires. The still readable directions were dear."If used on charcoal,wait CHECKINGNO
before you light it. Never add more after the fire is started." But how ( MIN. BALANCE)
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CALL: 387-3566 Movie Schedule .t tFriday. ,4)j)

**** wa !
Ads should be mailed to
arrive not later
than Tu .
<
arriving too late for this deadline will be cublSL? for publication' the following Thursday.'Ads ,

structed ,otherwise A check or money order for following week unless the pUbiistier is In. ,
the cost of the
ad must be received
WITH the opy. -- --
RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines) ...j.oo Per Sept. 7 Futuristic, Drama. Starring
additional
line ((4 words per line) .:.50c !
I Mail to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4/47 SAN JUAN AVE., JACKSONVILLE NAS: "WATTSTAX" Musical Charlton Heston and Edward G. '

__ _- -_.. 32910E f Documentary, Starring Isaac Robinson. "PG" ((97 min I

!! QYM "r WANTED Hayes{ and Richard Pryor. "R" HOSPITAL: "SOMETHING :s;
t_ .1 Take over MOBILE HOME &LOTBe
pymts COLOR$4,00 per wk the first to see this immaculate ((102 min.) BIG" "..
T.V.rvntnewneverdehvcred
TEMPORARY JOBS 2BR, 1',B, Mobile Home & lot Monda>', Sept. 10 '
HOSPITAL "BENEATH THE
:
FOR NAVY WIVESAll $ \. can Ori9- over Located near NAS & Cecil Field, Call NAS: "IRMA LA DOCCE"
get for the '
office skills needed. Long and 28 on Balance only Jim McGllvary, Associate (USN Ret) PLANET OF THE APES"Science
easy terms. Comedy Starring Shirley
short assignments. No fee. We Pay guarantee Full factory for details. 771.1535.WORKMAN Fiction, Starring ,

You. H&N SEWING & APPLIANCE CTR REALTY INC. Charlton Heston and James MacLaine and Jack Lemmon.
724-4422 MPG" ((142 min.)
HELPERS396.5118
XTRA 7271 103rd St., 1 Block West of 1.29 I (The Home Folks) Franciscus. "G" ((101 min.)
HOSPITAL
MOBILE HOME SALESMAN Open until 9 P.M. 77 M 850. : "SOYLENT

High pay, short hours part.time. r (iTJAMPORTATOHB" | | Saturday,Sept. 8 GREEN"
Apply In person, Mobile Home LIVE CRABS NAS: "SOMETHING BIG" Tu sday.S pt. II "

Broken, 5887 Roosevelt Blvd. Wilford's Fish Camp 1969 BUICK SPORT WAGON Western Comedy, Starring Dean NAS: "CHILD'S PLAY" :,
2649707 PS PB, Air. Excellent Cond. Call 786. .
NAVY 1471 or 7723143. Martin and Brian Keith. "PG" Suspense Drama, Starring :

Part.time fOb, flexible hours, leads to FOR SALE ((109 min.) Robert Preston and James 1 ,

career, 731-3600. Camper Shell for short wheel base '70LEMANS SPORT COUPE HOSPITAL: "WATTSTAX" Mason. "PG" ((101 min.) ',;

NORRELL I pick.up. $150. Firm. Call 264.5325. .uto. Trans., 'PS, R&H, AC. bucket Sunday Sept.9 HOSPITAL : "IRMALA :iDOUCEt'
seats,I like new. Make offer.f Phone 733
TEMPORARY. 18 FT.CAMPER 2365. NAS: "SOYLENT GREEN"I .:ka
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SERVICES W.W Carpet Toilet, Stove & Refrig., 0: ;,
'
Welcome NAVY WIVES to enroll with Many Extras,$1800.or Best Offer.264 BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY ;!
us for temporary work with our new 5248. Used VW's, Compacts, other foreign 1r ." .t',
WESTSIDEOFFICE makes. Astro Motors 6566 Normandy
ALL SKILLS-NO FEE WANTED Blvd. 781-4978 \ PHONE ;

NORRELL Double Size Rollaway Bed 264-4516" !
6316 San Juan Ave., No.41 264.0039 1972 SU PE RBEETLE .
Mags, Radials,
4 786-7170 Extractor, Fog
IREAESTJ.J; Lamps, Hurst shifter, low mileage, JI(1. .

HELP WANTED Excel, Cond., 757-7845 8 A.M. .2' P.M. ,
:. Hair stylist. Experienced. Call 388- WE BUY 4 SELL EQUITIESCall Anytime, Fri. or Sat.
6953,will give information on securingFla. us for quick service 1965 MUSTANG Now YOU can install you own In-ground

Beauty License.JANITORIALWORK. Morrison Taylor, Inc. 6-cyl.: 3Spd. great on gas, good .
,:. 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. cond., 7577845' 8A.M..2P.M. Anytime MARK SPITZ SPARTAN
AT NAS JAX 771-3051 737-3864 Fri or Sat ,
{..!.... Hours 5.9:30 P.M., Call 35S-2741 and : SWIMMING POOL. '
I
, ask for openings at NAS. TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE SALE BY OWNER
,. Two. up to twenty acre. Tracts 5 mile CAD ,
; : Royal Services Inc. 73 SE DAN DEVI LLF
't radius Cecil Field & I 1.295 $2.000.00 to 9,000 mi., Loaded $6,495. Phone 264-. SAVE MONEY...

r PARTS MANAGER TRAINEE $3.000,00 per acre Prices are far 7531, 9AM.. til 7P.M. ','- (your labor our tech)
Opportunity to train as Auto Parts below near.future values. Call Art
r' : Manager under transition program. Louqhrun. Ret. Navy Chief 389.5514, '72 CHEVELLE MALIBU WA OR we install... '
.: Openings in Jax., Gainesville, & Eve 771 7J41WYNNE o' ""'" ,... '. '
: 2 door hardtop, low mileage,all power (I let us show you) .:
1{ hassee.Top pay 9, benefits. 38V- REALTY FLORIDA and AC, loaded with extras, $2,850. t .,
J 1644. Realtors SpecialistWE Phone 733-2365.
BID '. "
NORRELL BUY EQUITIES I 688 KINGSLEY AVE
TEMPORARY NO CASH NEEDEDNOCRCDITNEEDED .
Louise T, Bailey
ORANGE
I SERVICES Broker 771.3605 PARK FLA
; Have:' good office skills ?Want to work E7 and up. II yrs.or older.
school' hours? Call us NO FEE. WeJ' CALL SHIPMATEJoe ,We can sell you a car and get complete I
also have full day work even if youdon't Ropiak (RET Navy) financing arranged. 353.4575.1PLYMOUTHSPORTSFURY. z ..

tVP1t I Licensed Real Estate, Salesman ;
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;1 ''NORRELL Representing .
186.1110 Standing Agency, Inc. Realtors 2DR.,.PS, PB. Green w.Black Vinyl :-::; Big 'Chief Say: 4
Home 73L771S Office 771.9513 Top. low mileage, Good Cond $1850, Wv \ '

!,1"A".:- ,IN REAL ESTATE MATTERS 388.8948.
'J'
.I' t Call Wayne Shrum NOCASHNEEDED B Uy
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A recorded message by
Realtors
Blinding Agency Inc. 1964 Dodge Dart G.T., V.8, Auto, $495.
:r..\ SCOTT EDWARDS _771.9513638S 353.4575. I
Tells. you how to be a
o
DISC JOCKEYCall WOODMAN I
355.2944 any hour. Approved for Don't wait to see this 3BR.,Air Cond. 1971 DODGE COLt STA.WGo; ply 11
veterans. Colombia School of home with W.W Carpet In LR & DR. Good Condo $1100. i
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not Kit. Equip, Large util. Rm. Fencedyd. 786,0068 or 772.2436.

affiliated with! CBS, Inc. Course by Call Jim McGilvary, Assor. (USN I VA
home study. RET). for Details. 7711535. 172350 HONDA
WORKMAN REALTY, INC. Scrambler,Good Condition,$650. '
724 6422 786 4398 I
AUTO AIR COND.SERVICE
(The Home Folks)
Room Units Central Units, Tyler NOMONEYDOWN I
& Air Conditioning 4711
Heating
Palmer Ave (Lake Shore) 388.5161. RACY POINT ST.JOHNS RIVER 1966 Plymouth Valiant. Auto., 6cyl. ,
2BR, 1BA. lovely home on 91'x100' Looks like new $495. 353.4575.

GEORGE'S KENNELS bulkheaded lot with private boat dock. rl t
'HARLEY DAVIDSON
Dogs & Cats Boarded $50,000.00. SUN COAST REAL
Pick.Up & "delivery' services since ESTATE, 908 Anastasia Blvd., .St. 'Motorcycle "74"-1200 ccr A.) Con-
dition. Best offer over $1,600. Phone
1925. Grooming training & shipping. Augustine. 824.3358._ .
733 2365.
Visitors welcome, BankAmericard & -
Mastercharge honored.. Off I 1-10 near 3 BEDROOM,2 BATH ;
Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. Built.in R&O,Carport,Air Cond. Unit,
SOlS dgewood Ct..389-0064 Hardwood Floor, Drapes, Den Lg. '
Corner Lot. Conv. Cecil & NAS. Equity ci MONARCH'SHIGH '

KIRBY VACUUM'CLEANER Sale. 7727316. ,
Responsible party take up paymentsof [ )

6437$7.00 Wilson per month.Blvd.. 772.8936 Rayfield's .t.t.Tt't," :\jtRENTALS WILMAR, ,,APTS.' ".'..j : ; i l PERFORMANCEROAD ,


MUST SACRIFICE 2BR., Furn., water, sewage '& gar
1971 SINGER bage parking "rs, small children, HUGGER
AUTOMATIC ZIG-ZAG small pets o.k. $125. mo., Washer .
With drawer .desk Makes but. $8.00. 387.2541 or 381.0144.ORANGE .
'
tonholes, sews on buttons, sews knits
& stretch fabrics.'Orlg...$249. Bal. only PARK

$52.00. Cash of easy terms.: 10 day 2BR... Apts furn. or unfurn. Dish, Special
home trial. Hurry for this bargain. washer. Drapes, Carpets Elizabeth: 4' 1995 i
H&N SEWING A APPLIANCE CTR. Apts., 771-1405 or 771 3355.
7271 103rd St.. 1 Block West of 1.295, m1B k / This Week

Open until 9 P.M. "1.1850 L-r: : h MI.1a.. I Phis FET.

PAINTING INSIDE OR OUT MOBILE HOME 6 1.761.2.31FGiL60x14

Pressure Cleaning minor ,repairs. 60'x12', Tiffany, 1972 all elec.. Central'
etc. Call VAUGHN 388-0405 or Heating Coleman AC setup, patio ALL OTHER SIZES
) 3881137. and skirting,down steps front& back,
TOMLIN (USN RET EFGJL.60x1S
all carpet & furnished throughout, as s1AIUDWHITI P1OPORTFONATELY ...

GERM SHEPHERD P -AKC Is. conv to Cecil Field. 7716487. unit TIMSAISOAVAJIAUIAT LOW

Good pedigree, 10 wks., shots, won JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 14 s
med. Call U40.anytlme.( .
DISCOUNT rWCB
I Qtr. Mile; No. of NAS. Clean modern
'72SILVERLINE16Ft. trailer and apts. 389.300.

Tri-Hull. Bowrlder. 80 h,p. WE BUY AND SELL

Merc., full canvas & custom storage GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES :" e .
7715618.cover, immaculate like new. $1600. Phone 388.4619 (HTfINI1i: : \.liE i) Is only HI Tor Ih S PV,4

COLONY MOBILE HOMES nrapcv.Tho hat tipple past modcnilioit -

DESK WANTED Sales& Rentals,9359103rd St. Call 771 somvtlnifs topple and aljs, tike<
Beautiful & Unusual, not business Photostating and notary service t.
0275 ?sonuttnc with them-pjrtiouLirly on .
29J9
type, Lorene AAcDonough. 384 i4r
LET YOUR RENT the hi).>hwa>. Sample the fruit of Ihc

JEANS PROFESSIONAL DANCE BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT line hut don't/ drown )our h''I1ot r

ACADEMY DEPOSITREQUIRED )uu'U not he uhlv (o uppretiale' some
Wesconnett at 103rd, Ballet, Tap Toe HOMES
MOBilE
SUM IT
Tahitian thins fakr'l hervvi of Sunken (ijrdt-ns< Jam. .
Jazz, Hula, Acrobatics 5210 Phillips, Highway, 733 942*
Bdtpn. Register Now, 771-2521, 771 BRING THIS AD FOR $100 OFF, n.... who is !rul>: snuvhinu!
5464, or 778.3655 Children & Adults.


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BEDROOM Girls 24" ROLL-FAST>> DIV.IV.I.C. : ,
For Rent or Sale 2
; :s>* Xwwi'Kr-'X' 1Y.YYYYYYYYYYSYYYYY.YWYYYY'i.YY'ii.: ;*> ,';': LOT withinone $8.00 Sears SLEEPING BAG
TRAILER & Private
: Flee-T MARKET : mile of Mayport Naval $4.00 743.3092 .

Station. Reasonable. 733-1869 ....-..-
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A FREE PERSONAL WAN SERVICE
for Military and Civilian Employees of NAS Jax and NAS Cecil'Field AR 7 SPEAKERS, Brand New, POWER MOWER 20" Rotary,3.5
t. each, Four available, Ext. H.P. 4 cycle 15. ,Mens' Dress
t a----------------------------- .,I, $55
D 3673 or 772-9794 Shoes Corfam, Like New, lOVa D-
I I ......
: FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM f OUTFIT $S 396-9865

II IIt I COMPLETE FISHING ..........
(ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) 12' Metal Boat $95 7Yz.HP: .
t i Electric-Manual Start Motor. CAMP STOVES .L.P., 3 Burner
2 Burner $5. Gas
II Incl. $125 Extras $15 Gasoline,
Available Battery 112.2516Enlisted'CPO Cans, Heavy Duty ((3)) $1 EA. 396-

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\ 1, Blues, New Whites (Shirts & 72 CHEVELLE SS'4 speed AC,
i I 1 I Trousers. Size 34-36 Medium, Bucket Seats Gold with Brown
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW Excellent
Items.
Other
1 Many Interior, 350 V8 Call after 5PM
I' 1 BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. I. Condition. Retiring soon. 772-2516 771-7252


( 1 1 CIRCLE Y CUTTING SADDLE
Breast Strap, For Sale: JOHNSON 223 CB
Double Synch,
Name .
Office or activity to which assigned Coax In. .
Renforced Rawhide Tree. Retailsnew Radio, Antenna and .
I for $600.00 Asking $275.00 cluded Call 781.1532For '
i ......... ."
I Grade Work Phone No. Signature Call 772-3078 or 778-0380 ..
Rank-Rate or I .......... ,,-

z 1 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, lei: Full I 19' GLASTRON, 120 HP 1.0, Sale TWO TV's, Good Condition .':
I military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed)of person submitting ad and 1 Gator Trailer 2 Elect Winch, AM. Oneln Early American
NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity -
1 to which he is assigned and office telephone. This I FM Radio, Depth Recorder, New Cabinet $75 One Portable'$75 772-
0 2. Free advertising In the "Flee-T MARKET" information is for authentication only and your ad 1 Sticker & Tag, Coast Guard 7967 .. ,
'I will be limited to: Offers to buy,sell or rent housing should be worded Independently of this information.' Equipped. $1750.00, 751-0628
for personal use as a residence offers to buy or sell
I personal property;offers of or requests for rides to 5. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In 1
HITCH fits VW sqrbk
I and from work announcements of educational the following edition Is FRIDAY NOON. Ads TRAILER 2.5A ((3 TRAILER LOTS)
;I 1 courses offered by non-profit organizations or arriving after that date will be placed In the I FSTBK 66-68 $10 Phone 264-5856 GARAGE with Room & Bath 4 .
governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted following week's edition. Ads will be run only one 1
r I only If the words "PCS" (for military), or time, unless resubmitted as prescribed above. I G.E. REF. FREEZER G.C. Stalls, Barn Fenced, Dryland, t
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the Rich Garden $20,000 Owner 771-
I Jacksonville area) are Included in the wording of the '. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I White $50.00 Has Drawer type 8587
t ad. freezer & Hoover Right VAC
'I "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR I up
I NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide Attachments included $20.00 Call
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the 1
typewriters or typing services for advertisers. 264-4922 AR (Acoustic. Research) turn.
t 1 "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed ..........
table with accessories ..
in each edition of Ads written in ; complete ,
I our paper. longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No .1 a
t will be rejected more than two (2)) ads per week per person will be 14FT FG SKI BOAT Sea Fury 35 plus oiled walnut base dust cover i
1 HP Evlnrude Lark Like New, 2 '
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to'"Flee-T accepted. 1 & Shure M55E cartridge. Ex.
I MARKET" Editor, c-o JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 1, I Gas Tanks Tilt Trailer $600 Call cellent condition Call 264-8488
I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville Florida 32212 I. Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a 771.9129
business, or which do not meet
the above I
OR
r .......... .
1 "Flee-T MARKET" Editor,Coo LATWI NGER Box requirements will be rejected. The publisher 1
I 111, NAS Cecil Field Florida 32215. These forms reserves the right to om It any or all ads. BICYCLE 20" 3-speed, Banana Beautiful 1971 NEW YORKER
Isssss : Seat Needs Front Tire $12.00 Call MOBILE HOME For Sale, 2 BR, !
ssssess sssslsisssssr.ssssal.ssss4'RCA
771-9129 AC, 12'x60',Washer, Dryer, Shed, r<".,
"' '
1946MERC, Completely Original, For Sale PORTABLE COLOR TELEVISION, Many Extras, Call after 5, 772- "
Safety Inspected with 74 Tag, 'MAGNAVOX STEREO with Sweet 16 portable, w-stand, paid .......... 9500 "" :...',

Extra Parts, $400.00 Firm. Call detachable ''speakers. Make $400, a sacrifice for $250 Excellent Four 6.95 x 14 WHITEWALL ...__..-.*- 4LAYAFETTE ...,.'Y..iL f .

771-383 after 5:00 PM, anytime excellent children's phonograph. conditlong771-3211/ Ext 257 TIRES (Goodyear) mounted on COMSTAT25B C B '::

Fri. and Sat.WESTINGHOUSE., $30.00 786-1599 or Ext 143 ask for Bowen. 1971 Plymouth Duster Rims. For Radio wTurnerf.' 3. "Grou d .'
._._.a;.. Sale 772-9255or ext. 3636 if calling
Plane and Beam Antennas. .
AM-FM STEREO CONSOLE w- 1969 Z28 Bored, stroked, balanced from aboard NAS Jacksonville.
$150.00 or Trade for Equal Value
Elec. RANGE Tape deck and Gerrard turntable blueprinted. Mags, headers .. Items. 388-0886 .
40", Good Condition and Vent Needs cartridge and less than 5,000 miles $1,400 cash --- -
Hood Stainless Steel "NU. needle. $200.00 Call 772.3302 after No Shoppers 771-5255 For Sale: BOYS SCHWINN 24"
TONE" $75.00 743-3092 1800. Sting Ray Bike Deluxe Model GATE for 48" Chain LINK
Excellent Condition $30.00 771- FENCE, Includes 45" wide gate

1972 PINTO SQUIRE, tape deck, 1969 VW Low Mileage DUAL 71 PONTIAC CATALINA 2 DR 7012 after 1530 with 2. HD gate posts. 786-2567

.-t mags. Payments $76.00 month HEADERS New Tires $1498 384- H.T. PS, PB, Auto Air New Tires, ..--.-.. after 5 pmSEARS ,- ,
Low Miles, Excel. Cond. $2350 -...--.. "
and your car or buy for $2000 Call 6322 67 DODGE WINDOWN VAN V-8

a 772-3302 after 1800 _._.;.... 772.8270 Auto New Tires, Tag. and Insp
I .. A.K.C. Basset HOUND PUPS, 4 786.2536 $750 Firm KENMORE WASHER &
I
..----. mo's males, Pet or Show 384-2692 For Sale "BUNDY" Clarinet One DRYER 3Va yrs old $75., 772.9794
t' "" ... ..
Year old Excellent Condition -- -

.., : $110.00 771.2441Por For Sale 8x37' TRAVELO'
MOBILE HOME with 8x27'
+I
t .J.J I. Sale: 1964 CHEVROLET aluminum room. Cll 264-6124,

CHEVELLE White Rolled &

Pleated Interior, Bucket Seats, 3 Automatic KENMORE WASHER

;: on the floor, with 283 Eng. Z-28 Good Condition $50.00 or make
; ti. i 1 CAM. 771.4039 offer 772-2454

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INCREASE YOUR 1111

BUYING POWER \ ', ': cia

Your BUYING POWER could be suddenly t .

BIGGER October 1st! .

That's the day a new Florida Law permits loans THE RPRRTmenTJ .

up to $2500 instead of only $600 at Domestic
Finance. uuITimmiflCP00t

Make the most of your Borrowing Power at
Domestic a sound financial plan. Based on UP TO.... RnO -.-

your' good credit, you could boost your THE GOOD LIFE:

BUYING POWER here considerably. 70 '% Off FROM 135. ...

There's no need to delay-get up to $2500

starting October 1st.. Call today. Domestic will V lk\ .

make, the arrangements and have the money .ON FRAMES & PICTURES!
right on time. Come to where the money .. 2045 Jamme Road
read Jack.sonvllle. -
I to: 10 minutes. from

DOMESTIC: :1 FINANCECORPORATION Today and Tomorrow Only! Right. Out on RooseveltBlvd. San.

juan to Jamme Then
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left to
SINCE 1917
Info call:
complete
.'f\ Backed by$60O,000.000 For

8 Jacksonville offices to serve you. mAID !a.. 'D 781-3818
See the white pages for the office you prefer. '
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Ya ?"JANAaIMtNTCOe
I
-Up to $600 is still svaiabbtw ,n now and October 1st. 514 BL NDING& 103 RD ST. PHONE772-WOO 4ua A.IN:;::rolvltow lMT CONS

_left's good to know i,'* then whoa you aaed it. (Next to Pic'N'Save) IIM1MA1.Y11rA





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,I. PROTECTION Care Labels a g -t-j- )

,\ r :'., : FOR Confuse You? -- s .....: ;

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; ;\? ; By Virginia Knauer
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\ iV: Special Assistant to the President w i -

V and Director fr
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'...,, Office of Consumer Affairs

,,41' like it when consumers ask questions.

.' ;':;:'; care labels
-
those small _
tabs sewn into (
your new clothes, telling
how to clean, wash, dry and iron
your garments. I l.
: The Federal Trade r .
Commission has required care -- I $
.labels in clothes made since July 3 last year. Since -

the wording of the labels sometimes has caused conrt ).

fusion, I'm taking this opportunity to answer the'frequently .j
asked i
... questions. \; ,
""$. Why do some labels clean or wash the garment? I }
say "Professional dry clean"? A. Again, the choice is : !

A. That's your; cue to yours. (If dry cleaning is 1 ,
f
take the garment to a regular wrong for the garment, the
dry cleaning shop, rather; label must say "Do not dry "
than using a coinoperateddry clean.") DENTAL OFFICER RETIRES-Capt. Carl L. Wilhelm Left), MAS Jax Dental Officer, Is i.:
cleaning machine. Since Q. Exactly what does congratulated by Capt. William G. Sizemore NASJax, skipper, as Capt. Wilhelm retires from naval y "
the coin-op method "Drip dry" service.Planning.
uses adifferent mean?
type of chemical, the A. "Drip dry" tells you
garment's color'might run or:, to hang the garment while it
the trim might shrink in the is wet. (Don't wring it by To Travel Overseas ?

machine.Q.. hand; don't let it spin-dry in .
Does the your washing machine.) "Line With ..
statement more Americans
traveling number has been steadily grow- son. "The rate of increase in
however arrests -
"Dry clean only" give consumers dry, means to hang abroad than before
it damp after ever -and a (nor has begun to slow down but
a choice of cleaning wringing or growing number taking resi Miss Watson that with the
methods? spinning. And "Lay flat to up says we can't get away from the fact
dry"-used for certain knits dence in foreign countriestheState "great movement" of U.S. citizens that 1084 young Americans were
'A. Indeed it does. Take that might sag out of shan >' Department's worldwide to foreign countries, both as in jail in foreign countries as of
your pick'-. coin-op or.regular tJ,... network of consular offices is con. travelers and as residents abroad, the end of March on drug

cleaners. .or tender treatment (Don't tending with a big increase in the it is"not surprising that more and charges."Three of every four are
Q. If a label doesn say wring;; don't twist. Do block volume and complexity of prob-- more Americans are getting into under 25 years old.
"Dry clean," should you dry: into shape.) lems placed before it. trouble of one sort or another."In "Most of them are from middle

.-...- Miss Barbara M. Watson Ad. so many cases, this is due to or upper class families and have

ministrator of the Bureau of Security nothing more than' a lack of had some college education,"
i. and '''Consular Affairs knowledge of local customs, .... ..,..----.1

(SCA), which directs visa and mores, and languages."

passport matters and has respon One 'of the consular services'smore

sibility for a broad variety of special serious problems, she says,
1 ht P7i consular services for United involves assisting Americans,
4 States citizens abroad nonetheless who are arrested in foreign lands.

i ;: urges all Americans traveling "It comes as a shock to many
in other countries to take'full Americans who feel l that all they

advantage of U.S. consular have to do twhen.arrested in a
facilities. foreign country-is to'say they are TIMUQUANATERRACE

Even the busiest consular office Americans and they 'will be let
st welcomes the American traveler free or, at worst will be tried

who is in serious need of assist under American law. Apartments

ance or advice, she points out "Of course, this is not the case
and, in some instances, consular at all." Pool. Patios Balconies

officers may supply invaluable Miss Watson says the consulatecan WTW CarpetDrapes
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Willie E. Dobbs receive their share of a $1,400 Benneficlal Suggestion some 250 consular offices in 127 the charge" and by providing a

award from Capt. C.E. Boeing, NARF CO. Dew and Jerry W. Husktn countries. These offices are list of attorneys. It can also make $115, up, ,

(Un the hospital when picture was taken) suggested a better way to staffed by approximately 2000 sure jailed Americans are not dis 2 BR FURNISHED

repair nozzle swirl guides on J52 burner cans. Dobbs suggested a new local and American employees criminated against and are given $
means of combustion chamber repair used In the same process. Their More than eight million Americans the same legal rights available to ,165"up
ideas resulted man estimated savings of $291/081. traveled abroad last year local citizens. 2tt miles from NAS Jax '
compared with fewer than five A particularly difficult problemin 10 miles from NAS Cecil

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CHAMPUSGuidelines .
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By Col. Benjamin II. Rosker. USAF }; I
RevisedThe Staff Judge Advocate t I

Departmen t of Defense has It's hard to imagine any type of conduct more service discrediting ,
issued new guidelines for review. than the writing of bad checks. When just a few checks written by
ing applications for orthodontic military people have bounced in a community, the word really gets :iJ
care under the Handicapped pro- around. Soon none of us can cash a check under any circumstances, .f;
visions of the Civilian Health and and the community thinks we're all a bunch of crooks. Naturally, a?
Medical Program of the Uniformed the military service has a big interest in seeing that this doesn't I

Services (CHAMPUS). 4 n'; A happen.For 1
The guidelines will apply to all these reasons, our military law has provided some mighty
applications received after July severe penalties for writing worthless checks. If an 'Individual passesa
15, 1973. bad check with an intention to deceive or defraud. he may be
Handicapped provisions of convicted of an offense under Article 123a Uniform Code.of Military
CHAMPUS provide financial assistance Justice (UCMJ), authorizing punishment up to Dishonorable Discharge -
to those active duty uniformed and confinement at hard labor for five years, depending* on
service members who the amount involved. *
have dependents who are moder- Even if the individual intends to have the money in his account,
ately or severely mentally retarded d but later wrongfully fails to maintain sufficient funds for paymentof
or who have a serious .ix the check, he may be guilty of an Article 134 disorder, which
physical'handicap. Y a authorizes punishment of a Bad Conduct Discharge and up to six
Orthodontia has been authorized months confinement.
as a benefit under the Many times, check offenses are tried by the civilian authorities,
Handicapped provisions for an under laws which are just as severe. The mere fact that you are ,
individual who has a craniofacial presently overseas does not preclude prosecution upon your return :

anomaly or dental malocclusion to the States. \-', "f
to a degree significant enough to Any time a check is returned unpaid, the circumstances are goingto ;
be considered a serious physical be investigated thoroughly. If it is clearly shown that the check .'
handicap. ,r was written. in good faith; and bounced because of ordinary negligence .
Inasmuch as the Basic Pro- I or mistake, there probably will not be any court-martial
gram of CHAMPUS does not include prosecution. Even in these cases, however, the individual's,military
dental care, orthodontic career may be badly damaged. Promotion and good assignment
treatment as a dental need only will come a lot slower if a person's records indicate he is unable to
will be ruled out BACK TO SCHOOL-PN2 George "Raleigh" Sapp will be going to maintain his personal affairs properly..
Deputy Secretary of Defense S school, in two different ways this fall. Soon to leave VP-S6, he'll be Repeated incidents of this nature could easily result in adminis-
William P. Clements. Jr., has an- t caching Marketing Careers at Orange Park Middle School during the trative elimination from the service. under 'conditions other than
nounced that beneficiaries of the Jay and working toward a Master of Arts degree in Vocational honorable.
Civilian .Health and Medical Technical: Education at night at the University of North Florida. PN2 Now a lot of us have checking accounts. and find this a mighty
Program of the Uniformed Services S app served as Assistant Personnel Office Supervisor for the squadron handy way to do our business. We're reasonably careful, we're not
(CHAMPUS). who also qualify md is a former VP-56"Sailor of the Quarter". about to deceive anyone, and we're not going to write any bad checks
for the new Medicare protection intentionally. How can we be sure we won't get into check trouble?
for the disabled resultingfrom There are just a few rules we should observe. Keep track of that
the Social Security Amendments bank account. Balance it carefully with the bank statement every
of 1972 will not lose their month. If you and the wife have both been writing checks against
CHAMPUS eligibility as a resultof the account. stop this practice.
this new Medicare coverage.In Why Use USAFI ?
effect,according to Assistant
. Secretary of Defense(Health and SPEAKEASY
' EnvironmentRichard S. Wilbur,
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", a MMedicare-CHAMPUS: Did you know'p -H "> 1.i ''I"'i.i i ;" .J 4
,eligibility has resulted from .the That you can ask questions about your USAFI course .
Social Security Amendments of by writing to your instructor or to USAFI? TOPLESSBartenders '
1972 which go into effect on July That you can take the final examination in a USAFI ..
1, 1973. .- course any time you feel prepared-even' without submitting NV '* ,Waitresses *
The new amendments extend lessons? DANCERS: 11AM-2AM
Medicare protection to persons That you may request a 12 month extension of time\ (after 5916 Philips Highway 733-9989
under age 65 entitled for not,less the initial 12 months) to complete your USAFI course?
than 24 consecutive months to That you can transfer' from one USAFI course to
cash benefits under the social another without charge? (Only one transfer is allowed for JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
security program because they each original enrollment-whether the enrollment is by fee
are disabled. Also, covered by payment or by use of a free enrollment certificate.) REPOSSESSION SALEWhy b
these new amendments are per That you get a free enrollment certificate, entitling you
sons under age 65 who require to enroll in another USAFI course, when you satisfactorily
hemodialysis or renal transplantation complete a USAFI course or a Participating College and
pay full price when you can get t it for less?
for chronic kidney disease. University course? (Certificates issued for PC&U completions ,
The number of CHAMPUS are only valid for USAFI courses.) :::::X::: :;: $::::: :::::::::* roaqgHwewgwI m:::;."&?:: :
beneficiaries who qualify for That the textbooks) and study guide are yours to keep? 69 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
these new provisions of the new (You are asked to return them if you transfer to another ;:?. 2 Door Hardtop. Loaded I
law is not known.An course.) ti
interim implementationplan That you may continue your USAFI course after you i $1875
has been issued by the Department are released from active duty? (You have 12 months from ::: .
of Defense to the Military date of separation-regardless of your date of enrollment.) '69 OPEL GT ::::j 69 JAVELIN SST
Departments and the Office That if you are serious about education, your education Radio & Heater,4 spd g PS, Radio & Heater, 3 spd.
for CHAMPUS in Denver basedon officer can enroll you in a USAFI course today.rmmi .
current operating proceduresin $995 I $1225
processing CHAMPUS claims
for medical care. The interim 70 INTERNATIONAL 73 TOYOTA COROLLA
plan specifies no change in the CLIP AN DM AIL TODAY TRAVELALL % 2 dr. Radio & Heater .
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manner that CHAMPUS AC, Auto ttans., PS, PB, V-8 : Auto transmission, AC ..
beneficiaries should file their INCOME'TAXCOURSE ,
claim forms. engne'2"195 I. $2395
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soon as a permanent
plementation plan for coordinating TO I EfiRIU I Includes current tax laws, theory, 69 FORD MUSTANG s;:; '70 MUSTANG J
and as practiced in
benefits between Medicareand Block application offices from coast to coast. 2-Door Hardtop, PS, R&H. 2 DR Hardtop Radlo&Heater
CHAMPUS has been developed Classes Monday and Wednesday I
further steps will betaken a Certificate awarded upon graduation.] $1225 ] $1725 :
to Inform the CHAMPUS eligible PONTIAC $: 72 PONTIAC CATALINA'
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population. BLOCK Trans-AM Loaded 1 .ti 2 DR HT, AM-FM Stereo Tape ",<'
i '.NTHJVIfVV; v A start Sept. 17 :8: Loaded) .
Hangar 1000,Jax. NAS $2295
MOBILE HOMES 3 "C ------ i $3295 ;; J:....
"Contact- the CiD.CK office at;: 69 OLDS '442' ::s \,, .,,:'..
Lease or Buy! I I. 5528 Normandy Blvd., Jax. 32205 Ph. 781-9323 II PS, Radio and heater. sti;:i:; 64 CHEV IMPALA SS 1 f':.
phase. M.4 .. fTM ..._aU.. .W.t UM M4M IM |MM_ Tu C.r... g PS PB, AC >Io
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'Lk Woodpeckers And NarJax No.1 INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL



Lead Intramural Football Leagues STANDINGSAMERICAN LEAGUE


r Jax The Woodpeckers scored a safety in the with scores by Adolfo with Weapons falling 19-8 .'W .' L
f of VP-49 and the NarJax second half to give NarJaxan Villanueva and Mike Keck and MARTD falling 38-2. VP-49 : ,. : 4;,' .: 0
t No. 1 team won two in- 8-0 win.VP49 while John Meyers pickedup Hector Herrera scored two VW-4 3 ,0

I tramural football games started off the two touchdowns for touchdowns while Mike FICEUR NDRC.. 3 1'. 2 1
I each last week and week with their hard game FICEUR. Both teams Csizmadia, Bruce Devall DPD ":' 0 :' 4

f It( remained undefeated in when Hospital held them made good on their point 'and John Ashmore scoredone HOSPITAL' .1.:,, ,\, .-*, 0;," '4
11 their respective leagues as scoreless in the first half, after attempts so the each in the MARTD VP-5 ': >;' ,',.o. ,.' oNARJAX
!, 1 tj j r! the NAS Jax intramural but they finally fell 6-0 margin of victory provedto win. MARTD avoided a No.2 \ :?.Iry:;::0 0

'\'i l football season continuesj when Frank Coleman be Almo's first half shutout when Robert
f |I\j\ to move into full swing. found the end zone. for the safety. Bennett was credited witha NATIONAL LEAGUE' : .
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I' j} The two wins picked up Woodpeckers. VP-49's The Marine Barracks, safety Ciiizmadia: added '''.\V lt.. L
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\ Ii by both NarJax and VP-49 game with the Data VP-16 and NDRC teams another' score in the NARJAX No.l" ', 0
VP-16 3 1
i came in strikingly similar Processing DepartmentDPD had all suffered losses Weapons win while Dennis MARINE BKS 2 I 1
ways as they both shutout ( ) team proved to bea prior to last.week's action Mobley was scoring twice. MATSG. 2. 1
their opponents but found little easier as they but all three came up with Davey London scored DENTAL 2' 2

one a little harder to get by racked up 36 points while two wins last week to keep Weapons touchdown while' MARTD ". ".::1" I,.:. 2
i j, than the other. holding DPD scoreless. them in contention duringthe Joe Barco added the. two- WEAPONS GEMS 1 3
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I ?.; NarJax scored their first Gary Miller and John Balk early stages of the pointer. VP.56 0 0
: vr victory of the week in an scored two touchdowns season. Ike Oliver and Rommie

C easy manner when they apiece in the victory while The Marine Barracks Johnson had big games for Remember
f sent MARTD tumbling to Ed Mobley scored one and picked up their' wins 22-8 DRC's 20-0 win over :
: the tune of a 22-0 score. Dennis Vann and Ron over bental and 12-0 over Hospital. Oliver also there are babesin

r \. Glenn Abbott, Stan Cape Price scored two point- GEMS with Lewis Jones picked up a six-pointer in.
l J I, .and Ken Tharp each after-attempts apiece; and Reubin Timmons the 36-0: win as did Ron the woods:
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f ,11 scored a touchdown while VW-4 was only one game picking up one touchdown Richardson.

} ;1: Rick Mitchell and Cape behind VP-49 and was apiece in each.game. Gary Before their loss to the Even little fires
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: t fl, attempts. Their second week's action when they Marine to score when he picked up a 26-14 win over 'kill little trees.Won't .
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undefeated after 12 when from the Mo Fos even AMERICAN. LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE '
stayed they took
three from the W L W.
in the National though Bob Swain rolled a L. ,
games Busch Leaguers. Ken 215 for the losers. LATE CHARGERS 10 2 SOLEX5 12. 0
Bowling League when they Coots rolled a 203 for Good Tom Gross another GOOD AND BAD 9 3 RAT PACK 9 '4 3
was
stuck the Mad Foxes with and Bad. LEFTOVERS 8 4 LIFERS 8 4
four losses last week. 200 roller in the Atlantic HURRICANES 6 6 HANGOVERS 7' 5
Other American
League League when he rolled a CROSSED BANANAS 6 6 FICEUR 5 ,6' 6
Benny Lynn contributed a action saw the Hurricanestake 202 and led his Bean BUSCH LEAGUERS 5 3 REBELS 4' 4
211 to the four wins while four from the Super Burners' team to three WOODPECKERS 3 5 CHIEFS 4. 8 .

Dan Ryon's 201 for the Stars and the Woodpeckers wins over FASO. ROSE'S RAIDERS 1 7. MARINE BKS 2 10 ;
Mad Foxes was lost in the take three from SUPERSTARS 0 12 DRAGONS No.1 0 4
MAD FOXES O. 8
sweep. the Crossed Bananas.
The Hangovers came Atlantic League Pacific League CONTINENTAL LEAGUE PACIFIC LEAGUE
back from losing their first The AFEES and Dirty Action in the Pacific W L W L'
League last week was lightas GEMS 10 2 SPLITMAKERS 10 2
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four season Dozen
games teams in the the Holy Rollers took THUNDERBOLTS 9 3 HOLY ROLLERS 91k 2t
with seven wins in eight Atlantic League each 3% from the Jitterbugs, PIN BUSTERS 8 4 WALLBANGERS ..7 .5
tries last week when they swept four games from the Budmen took three GAFFERS 7 5 MAD FOXES 5 3
bowled two matches. Four their opponents but they ROOKIES 7 5 TRIPPERS 5 7 j
from the Gutter Rats the
HUSTLERS -.6 6 BUDMEN 4' 4
of the wins came againstthe
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game
took four
Splitmakers LEPRECHAUNS 5 7 JITTERBUGS 31h 8t
Dragons with Howard behind the Busch Buds from the Trippers and the POP TOPS 3 9 NADS 2 6

Holloweg rolling a 229 and when they won three from Wallbangers took three WOMEN'S LIB ..).li 3 9 GUTTER RATS 2 10 .,_.
Richard Drumm rolling a Residue. from the NADS. CHAMECHS '2 10 DRAGONS No.2 2 0 ,

200. The other three wins Jesse Stern led the .

came against the Marine league leaders to their ATLANTIC LEAGUE I 7:Rhym eg or the !I'itnag r '

Barracks with Holloweg three wins with a.222 game W L .az.; ..
rolling a 201 this time while Al Murphy rolled .a BUSCH BUDS \' a9 3 No MAN \ : ,
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National League saw the came at the expenseof Marc FASO 6 2 WITHOUT. THE -r-r:
Rebels take four from the the Loafers. jjof SIX PACK 6 6 HELP J.J

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Rat Pack and FICEUR 5

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hj'M, \!\,( CECIL SPORTS l' .I Memorial Rites For Cdr. Hyatt .I

By Tom McGuckin
.\ Simultaneous memorial (Cuban Crisis), Viet Nam

r r .>,r:: The Touch" Foot.>all League when Mustoe [intercepted a pass each Thursday. morning. I. witn. services for Commander. Service Medal, Navy Unit

: started last Tuesday with the VA. and returned it all the way for a membership open to all depen- Charles Edward Hyatt, Commendation Ribbon,
81 Sunliners meeting the Mariner touchdown. dent wives. Women interested in USN, were held on Sep- Republic of Viet Nam
r Barracks in the opener. Regular GOLF LESSONS joining the CFWGA may call ext. tember 5th at St. Paul's Campaign Medal (with
t !:'. play ended in that t game with a 6-6 Commencing October 2 free 245. Episcopal Church, Wick- device) and the Republicof
deadlock. Going into overtime golf lessons will be offered to Intramural Golf Standings:
\ \ with the penetration rule, VA-81 women at the Cecil Field Golf ford,. Rhode Island; St. Veit Nam Armed Forces
quarterback Bob Gilberg com Course.The lessons will begin at VA-83 6 James Episcopal Church, Meritorious Unit Citation
I i pleted enough bombs to get the 0900 and last for approximatelyone Supply 4 5 Skaneateles, New York (Gallantry Cross).
,; i ball into paydirt and give the hour.The only requirement is. AMD No.1 "'. 5 and Grace Episcopal
f : j j\ "Zappers" a 13-6 victory. that sponsors must be stationedat Admin ,:,: 4 Church Orange Park, Survivors include his
\ ,; In the late game on Tuesday NAS Cecil Field.The programwill CLAW-1 3 Burial will be in widow, Mrs. Virginia Sue
I I VA-37 let everyone know they run for four weeks and NAMTD 3 Florida. three
Llewellyn Hyatt
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l t; "Robie" Robertson put on a calling Mr. Stott at ext. 245. VA-37 .', 3 Cemetery, Arlington, daughters, Misses
: passing and scrambling show The Cecil Field Women's Golf VC-2 S.. 2 Virginia on Friday Tamela, Teri, and Tracy;.
equivalent to that of Don Jackson Association started their fall VA-81 : 2 September .7th. a son, Timothy, all of
I to lead the Bulls to a 44-7 win over season on Thursday 6 Sep- AMD No.2 0 Orange Park, Fla.; his.
I VA-105.The defensive play of VA- with coffee clutch and oVA
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37 was outstanding highlighted play day. This group will play -1o5 0
crash of a U.S. Air Force thur Hyatt, Skaneateles,
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Co-National League Standings:
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He a native of teville N.Y. and a brother
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," Marines 5529 Skaneateles, New York John D. Hyatt, of

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Dental .. .:: '4440 served in several made to the Naval

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;1 Retirement AIMD GEMD Staff 'S .:;;.4143 4143 and was serving as Association Commander

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I Wildlife OfficersTALLAHASSEE Lookout For Poachers. 1


In- hunting ...,.
and feel this
creased vigilance, increase as the will Goodson said, "There is percent and Oklahoma on Nember 10. The ,!

statewide, by wildlife season draws near.hunting With always the unscrupulous indicates a statewide November 10 opening

officers of the Game and inflated food prices individual that will kill increase of 200 percent. signals the arrival of the

Fresh Water Fish Commission expect increased we wildlife by illegal methodsfor Goodson expects the legal hunter to Florida's .

will marked the hunting activity market the purpose of selling crucial period of game forest and fields and the

opening of the marsh hen includes the sale of which such wildlife for a profit. law violations to range presence of sportsmen hasa

hunting on September 1 in and other wildlife deer We will make every effortto between early Septemberand tendency to curtail the

an effort to thwart the rustled beef as wellas apprehend this individual the opening of the activity of the illegal''.
Goodson
threat of deer poachingand reported.The and make the statewide hunting season hunter. '

other game violations.The practice unprofitable; "
Commission has however the enforcement ..

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ticipates an increase in preparing for the accelerated both the and O" "
sportsman
illegal hunting activity in enforcement citizen in SPORTS : :. 1
discouraging JAX BRIEFS, : ,:
areas other than Florida's program. The addition of market hunting activity." .-<*> '.
marshes and enforcement 17 wildlife officers "

officers will be on accelerated authorized by the Florida Market hunting is not h. 111.. ,.
patrol duty both Legislature plus six additional limited to deer and might A
day and night in wilder- wildlife inspectorswill include other wildlife and RIFLE AND PISTOL CLUB CORRECTIONJaxA small error appeared in

ness areas throughout the enable the Com- fresh water game fish. MATCH last week's Jax Air News story

state. mission to better combatthe There are apparently Jax.-The Navy JacksonvilleRifle about boating safety courses
The Commission's Law anticipated increase in established markets /or and Pistol Club will have its being offered by the US. Coast
monthly club match this Guard Auxiliary Division 14. The
Enforcement Chief species such rabbit
hunting and fishing as Saturday September 8.,It will bea story said the course that will be
Brantley Goodson, does violations.As raccoon, quail and NRA 1800 three gun match and held at the Orange Park High
not expect excessive the, annual migratory birds such as will be open to the public. The School would begin on September
violations of marsh hen hunting duck and coot. While some cost of the match will be $7.50. 12 when the date should have
hunting laws or in the season draws near Com- wildlife may be peddled Anyone interested please attendor been September 13. The Sep-
mission personnel nor- call CWO-2 Adams at Ext. 337 tember 11 date for the course at
marsh hen but does from the trunk of an
areas mally assigned other for information. Wolfson High School was correct..
anticipate that the openinggun automobile other areasit
duties will be
of the 1973 hunting assisting is an under the counter 4z
wildlife officers. This
season will trigger an sale in established '> ;'
extra enforcement force
increase of illegal markets. :: '
huntingin
includes fish and wildlife
other areas. The increase in Florida ,
management personnel as market hunting activity is WHY : ( \

Goodson said, "There well as information- not as high as that reported' '.S",..
education officers.In .
has always been some from other states. '

increase of illegal hunting discussing the in- Colorado reported an '

during the early fall crease in illegal hunting increase of almost 95 '
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i "r ;.f BARRINGTON 12x64 MODERN-3 BREXECUTIVES 58,645 $7910 ;'';
DOLPHIN 12x65 BR $9,695 $1995 ;;

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:''Y SUMMIT 12x64 MODERN BR $9,054 $135. :

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