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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: September 13, 1973
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I" "' '' 'SEP.TEMBER.13"M73, 11

JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER _

.. .Editorial .
Active due raise Dec
duty pay Just one more stop ,

Washington A pay raise up with rising wages in cannot be determined yet By Paul Lucas ,
for all military personneland private industry. The for two basic reasons. If you are an outdoorsman, then you are a person who
federal civilian white federal hikes are supposedto 1. A special pay advisory likes money and probably respects other people's
collar workers is now take place every October committee still has property.. If so, this article is not meant for you, so don't
proposed for Dec. 1. first; however, they to meet this month to read these words; but if your are the guilty or the

The raise is expected to can be delayed by make a final deter- curious kind, read on...
equal about 4.77 percentfor presidential order. mination of how much Once upon a time there were two pieces of new fishing
civilians and approximately Congress could counter the private industry wages (two rods) and now these same two pieces of gear
6.16 percentof delay and restore the hike have actually risen in the are gear unusable. .

basic pay for military to Oct. 1, but indicationsare last year. Unfortunate as it may be, we have the five or ten
personnel. that it's not likely to do 2. Additionally, the percent here who take very little pride in their personal

Annual pay hikes for so this year. wage hike demands of belongings, so why should they worry about your Special
federal employees are The exact percentagesfor various federal civilianunionS Services gear when they use it? If this type of individualis

guaranteed by law, to keep this year's pay hike still have to be permitted to use our good gear, they pray tell, how
settled with the civil solve the situation if they destroy or break the
we
Going for E-8 9? service commission. The can
up percentage of militarypay equipment? (See accompanying pictures. They tell a
any short lived story)
Wash-Chiefs and Senior Chiefs going up for E-8 or E- raise is directly To buy just one Shakespeare 2091A Model fishing reel
9 will no longer be required go through the personal related to the federal (the type pictured here) would cost you $37.95. The
interview appraisal board to qualify for advancement.The civilian raise percentage.The hurting truth of the matter is that when they are

interview board was eliminated by BUPERS Defense Depart- returned to the Special Service gear issue room, some of
Notice 1418 of Aug. 30, which outlines the procedures for ment has sent to Congressa them look as these do. When this occurs, guess who

this year's Senior and Master Chief advancementexams legislative proposal replaces them. You do! Its your money that buys this
to be held Nov. 7. which would authorize
equipment in the first place. _
To ensure equal treatment of all future candidates for future military pay raisesto It is difficult for this writer to visualize a fishing reel
E-8 or E-9, interview appraisal sheets from previous be applied to parts of thesepictured..butit'sa fact.that is the way
looking as ..
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personal interview appraisal boards will not be considered military pay other than they were returned to Special Services. .
I by future selection boards. basic pay.
The Fy-75 Senior and Master Chief Petty Office The proposed legislationsent Fishing rigs are not the only equipment checked-out
selection board will convene at BUPERS in late Marchof to Congress March 30, that come back needing major repairs. (See picture of I
next year. would allow the Defense Coleman Cooler)

Department to apply This cooler, which would cost you $22.50, was beyond
future military personnelpay repair, This particular cooler was burned. Apparently a
hikes to BAQ or BAS camp fire got out of hand, or did the individual get out of
rates, instead of only to hand?
basic pay as currently

required by the Rivers Bill With just these two incidents in mind, what then
e f' of 1967. should we do to stop the abuse of this expensive

The comparability recreational gear? _
principle of matching
federal employee pay People are not required to check out with Special (

increases to those in Services..This is part of the honest way of Americans ,

r private industry would be ...We are expected to be honest in all things'we"- do...and I I'e.

preserved in the 'amended the inconvenience involved of having one more place to :

law. Any increase appliedto stop before being transferred ...thus eliminating this f
) Y:1 BAQ or BAS would needed stop. 1
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provide an added tax j'
i advantage, as both BAQ When inconvenience teams with the constant loss of

and BAS are nontaxablefor my money, I feel that the system is lacking somewhere.Here .

\ income tax purposes.
a at NAS Jax all personnel attached to the station
and tenant commands are authorized to check out gear
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from the issue room. With this in mind, and obviously it
f DOdOaC is not too inconvenient journey tothe issue room to pickup
IN andcheck our gear..thenwhy is it to inconvenient for

1 hUU w Ol ItNJ one to walk back to return the gear? If this problem
continues you and I will be broke soon because of inconvenience. -
NAVAL AIR STATION
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g mRgaQ y. PROTESTANTSunday

I suppose a solution is in orde ...or at least a suggested
Divine Worship 8:30: a.m. solution ...so, how about :
at All Saints Chapel!. this..Maybe the repair or
t Church School 9:30: a.m. replacement price should come from the command's
Divine Worship 11 a.m..at, recreations fund?"
All Saints Chapel.
Junior Youth Fellowship
12:30: p.m. Senior Youth A stiff solution..indeed it is..but it might just work! !
JAX: AIF: :N 'E: WSThe Fellowship Evening Worship 1:30: p.m.7:30: p.m. Who knows, maybe the convenience might be returnedto

at the Small Chapel. the inconvenience of just "One More Stop. I bet the
JAX AIR NEWS is Civilian
a Enterprise Newspaper outflow
of money would decrease! !
distributed each Thursday, at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Tuesday
Jacksonville,. Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a p.m.Senior at Choir Bldg.Rehearsal 750 and 7
prvate/irm.AU Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Christian Science Service I
mist be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS p.m. at the Small Chapel..
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on 'Monday before publication. -
News Items are welcomed from all,ourcea. Telephone 772-3118 NAVAL HOSPITAL
Divine Worship 9:30: a.m. k
or 3119. at St. Lukes. ::1
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made 4-
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to NATTC _
race, creed, color, national origin 'or sex of the purchaser, .Service Protestant,' 10:30: Worship a.m, In -
user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Building 500.
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will' result In the CATHOLICSaturday _
refusal to print advertising from that source.
Mass 5 p.m. at
Advertisements are/''solicited bj( the 'publisher1; and queries St. Edward's Chapel.
concerning such should be directed to: Sunday Mass ?..m. and 11
..m. Dally Mass-Monday, r
Tuesday, Thursday and
i'-: A THE.HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Priday.ll:30 a.m. Wednesday .
F 4747 San Juan Ave.,Jacksonville, Fla.32210 Mass 1130; a.m. at
the Navel Hospital Chapel. '
Telephone 367-3566
Ai/ILIAYI MIMII.'VOL. Saturday Confessions 4:30:
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Wives Club, ,of Donations have also been madeto
America (NWCA) Jax 86 has St. Jude' Hospital,.Sickle Cell
elected its delegates to the Anemia Fund and the Jerry
national convention. Lewis Telethon for Muscular ;
Those elected to attend with Dystrophy.
President Mrs Ronald Celmerare Mrs.Gary Reynolds,sponsoredby : ''t
; Mrs. Calvin Anderson, Mrs.. Mrs. Harol:i Erb, was installed :'
Eugene Kubisiak, Mrs. Martin as a new member of .'t
Scully, Mrs. Howard Soha, Mrs. NWCA at the club's last meeting.She : ':;.,,', .
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Richard Croley, Mrs. Raymond will be cochairman of the I: ;' ,,}. '' 2 .
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Ganthner, Mrs. Dwight LaMar, snack bar. !\t, :. < 7 .:'
Mrs. Harry McAllister, Mrs: Mrs. Rhett Mullis, a former :: : 1 '" \
Douglas Poutree. member now living in Arizona, I. ., Also, Mrs. Gary Reynolds, was voted an honorary memberof 't.If "'
Mrs. Harold Erb, Mrs. Robert the club. Mrs. Richard Balling '' ..... '". rr't ><' .
Mersey, Mrs. Owen King, Mrs. received a baby gift from the t (,- : :', "'.
Robert Judd,Mrs.Charles Davis, club's chaplain, Mrs. Richard "J 1/tJI"/ ",' ., -....-- '
Mrs. E.J. Wager'and Mrs. Ray Croley.In ;; '
Shafer. other Jax 86 news, trainingfor :...' .. ,.t ,(.: ,
The National Convention of the amblyopia project will be 1tI'.:'..i!. .: '
NWCA will be held here Oct. 7.12 held the week following the M...,,.> { J ,
with Jax 86 serving as hosts, convention.. Contact Mrs. E.J. "' 7 raw..
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Chairman of the convention is Wager, project chairman, if 'J \
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chairman is Mrs. Thomas
Woffard.,Mrs. Joseph Moldoon is Club members will be busy for -
treasurer and Mrs.Joseph Haganis the rest of the month. A garage J.O.W.C: JOINS BATTLE AGAINST SICKLE CELL-Mrs. Isabel Lathan of the Nas Jax Officers
credentials chairman.The sale is sdieduled for Saturday at Wives Club (JOWC) presents a check for $125 to CS1 Duane Blackman of the Human Relations
club has voted to donate the Wtstslde. Atlantic 'Bank 'Department to be added to the Sickle Cell Anemia Fund. Looking on Is Capt. William G. Sizemore,
money from their auto tag sale to parking lot. The Dixie Area NAS Jax CO.
the NWCA National Scholorship Council of NWCA meets Sept. 20 ,
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I p A03 Stephen C. Gadd of VA-44, extended his career in the USN when

he signed up for an additional SIX years. Looking on Is CDR J.D.
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The award was presented for Master Chief Koch's superior per
formance of his duties while serving as LCPO and Senior Enlisted S '
Advisor of VA-81 from 27 April 1972 to 31 July 1973.SPEAKEASY. Jj1 --V _
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TOPLESS ceremony held aboard the USS Watford. From left are Jeansonne's wife, Joyce, and their three
.. JOHN F. KENNEDY (CVA-47), children, Angela, Jennifer, and Joey. LN1 Jeansonne and his family
Bartenders,Waitresses *." AQ3 McFarland was presentedhis then detached from ATKRON Forty-Five and proceeded to their new
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Jax-Standard office procedure turned out to be the w ,

thrill of a lifetime last week for YN2 Helen Sullivan, a

Naval Reservist serving her two-weeks active duty at

the NAS Officers Records Office. ..
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After being on the job for only a What was it like 'when Cdr. o V, ,
few minutes, the telephone rang. Hartman walked into her office? 1J..
.. She picked up the phone and "I jumped up on my feet and
identified herself-standard stood at attention. would have 4 a v Bry
practice. But that was the end of stood at attention for AN HOUR 111
the ordinary. for him!" 111i

Although she was completelynew "The really beautifull thing $4 a.' M w J// '
to Jacksonville, the voice on about meeting him is that to me I id /
the other end of the line replied, he represents all the POWsjustlike LI' i.
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"Are you the Helen Sullivan from the MIA on my other bracelet -TJ; ; pfi11171
Willow Grove, Pa.?" represents all the 1300 MIAs. It's

The question came from Cdr. more than just Col. Joseph '
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William M. Hardman, a POW Brand.
It wasn't the first time she'd
returnee who had received a
letter from YN2 Sullivan after met a POW who had come home, :
returning to freedom and whose however. She served with the = ,
Canadian Army during the
name was on the POW bracelet 4.. _
she's worn for the past two years. Korean Conflict and met some of a.t .
the returnees when that Conflict
After Cdr. Hardman told her \
who he was, she recalls, "I came to an end. o ti .
almost jumped out of my skin. I Next came 10 years, with the r
U.S. Army, and now she's in her
did manage to ask him what he
.: needed, though" fifth year with the Naval ,
Reserve.
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Cdr. Hardman needed his next The unexpected meeting
set of orders and, since officers' almost never had a chance to
:; orders are usually mailed rather happen. "Jacksonville was my a'a
than picked up in person, she last choice of place to serve my
thought that would be her last two weeks and this is my second THE SMILES SAY IT ALL-YN2 Helen Sullivan and Cdr. William Hardman look at the bracelet
contact with him. choice of dates." bearing Cdr. Hardman's name that YN2 Sullivan has worn for the past two years.HONDA.

Not so.Although. "It sure has worked out well for
Cdr.. Hardman was me after all," she added with an
i staying in Longwood, Fla., ear-to-ear smile. \
located outside Orlando, he She sat for a minute, then IF YOU
decided to pick up his orders herein sighed, "I'm glad it was me that : s
order to meet the woman who answered that telephone call." :
had remembered him during his Cdr. Hardman must have been DON'T USE :

years as a POW. glad, too. ,

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Jax-Reserve Wings "A" and. ticipated in the North Atlantic
"B" of VP-62 have returned from Treaty Organization (NATO) '
annual active duty in Rota, exercise "Strong Express" and i VIVA
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/Sp In. became the first Air Reserve unit I : !
The 425 Reserve officers and to take part in such a large GRIPE'ABOUT
h enlisted men of the squadron flew peacetime maneuver involving
almost 1,000 hours in support of NATO. monttsa[
the Regular Navy Fleet. Currently holding the, top spot THEMAIL. I
Each Wing's two weeks of in anti-submarine warfare .
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Jax-First off a change in last week's recipe that eluded our proof < :
t' readers. In the meat mixture two TEASPOONS of salt should be used S: '
,'i. instead of two TABLESPOONS as the recipe indicated. We regret the r A j\
error and hope our readership has taken it without a grain of salt. i

Our selection this week Is sourdough bread.
Sourdough is the oldest, known form leavening for bread. It was
probably discovered when some rain-dampened flour came in contact
with wild yeasts resulting In fermentation.Later .
it was discovered that if a piece of the fermented dough was ,

added to another batch the fermentation process continued. The 'w .
name "sourdough" originated with the slightly sour smell associated 'N .
with the mixture. : : a' ti '
Alaskan and Canadian miners carried a pot sourdough with them tr.ti. .
Into the wilderness and as a result became known as "sourdoughs. >: < ,
't The term "Hooch"also originated from the making sourdough and ':ii'v ; : : : Y :
,. the association of the miners with the local Hoochinoo Indians. The ; ;
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liquid that settled at the top of the starter was a favorite beverage, of ,", : 'h _S
the Indians. < ;
Before commencing your sourdough It Is necessary that you makeor a1'I

otherwise obtain a quantity sourdough starter. This can be accomplished ", ', .,
by a gift from a benevolent neighbor or you can make your "' 1
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SOURDOUGH STARTER: In a J& quart or larger earthenware or :t.'j'.j.
glass container, combine J package of active dry yeast two cups of NEW BOQ OPENED-Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS,Jax skipper, cuts the traditional ribbon to J
warm water and two cups all-purpose flour. Cover with a porous officially open the new BOQ. Looking on is Capt.William J.Vaught, COMPATWING-11. i 1

cloth and let stand In a warm place for 48 hours.,Stir once or twice a
day.After it has fermented for a few days it Is ready for use or may be LantFlt here I
placed In the refrigerator for future use. reps

After refrigeration it should be taken out and allowed to reach room d j
temperature before using. Replenish with equal amounts of water and to talk and listenj
,.. flour after each us and let it ferment for a day or so before returning
to the refrigerator. '
Jax-Master Chief Petty Officer of the Atlantic Fleet

Do not add anything other than flour and water to your starter. Gerry Gray and Chief Petty Officer Terry Sullivan,

SOURDOUGH BREAD: In a large mixing bowl combine 1 package Atlantic Fleet Sailor of the Year, will be visiting enlistedmen

active dry yeast and J cup warm water. Allow five minutes for the a from NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field today and

yeast to dissolve and add two tablespoons of sugar and 1}$ cups of .* tomorrow.The .
sourdough starter. Gradually add 4 cups all-purpose flour and two
teaspoons salt. pair will be at Cecil Field about new Navy programs,
( this morning, than travel here to regulations* or anything else
Cover bowl with damp towel and let rise for MM hours in a warm f ,. meet NAS Jax sailors. dealing with Navy life that you'd
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place. Turn dough out on board and work In about 1 additional cup of ". "J ',.. ..."... "'\c. Master Chief Gray will hold a like to discuss.

flour until dough is no longer sticky. Knead for about five minutes and : ,{ ...'Q.. speech and discussion for Chief Master Chief Gray and Chief
shape into loaves desired shape and design. Petty Officers at 2 p.m. today in Sullivan arrived in the area

This recipe is sufficient for I large loaf or two long oval loaves. Placeon the Chiefs Club. Monday,visiting NS Mayport and
At the same time, Chief the ships there until yesterdaynoon.
cookie sheet sprinkled with cornmeal. Let rise in warm place lorI
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NO. 1 AT NARJAX AdJl Sullivan will be meeting with theE
They started their-visit to
hours. Preheat oven to 400 degrees Farenheit and'place shallow
pan of water on lower shelf. ''I'f Thomas H. ,Jones has beenchosen -6, and below, enlisteds at Cecil Field yesterday afternoon.
NARJAX Sailor of the
Hancock'Hall.. Tomorrow, they're scheduledto
\f Make diagonal cuts on bread with sharp knife or razor blade so Quarter. Petty Officer First All enlisteds are Strongly urgedto tour NAS Jax and meet with
does Bake Class Jones is attached to VP-62's attend these meetings since the officers before
dough not fall. on top shelf until crust is medium dark commanding ,
brown 30-40 minutes. Cool'on wire rack. Line Division. pair i is here to find out your views leaving in the afternoon. ;

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Jax Fire Prevention Week has been scheduled for
Oct. 7-13. ,
During this'week-long observance, and the rest of the
year as well, EVERY person associated with the
Jacksonville Navy Complex is asked to go "all out" to
I eliminate fire hazards and think of fire prevention.Each .
unit should make an appropriate sign or poster
i to, display during Fire Prevention Week.
If you have any questions about the observance, call .' ;r'
the NAS Jax Fire Department at Ext. 2451. :I :
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Grown folks are "reasonable" which means either that they can be
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made to understand the reasons for things,or cowed into compliance if
they don't understand. Kids are not so tractable. .
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And so a child on a hospital visit should be dealt with somewhat yJ4
differently.It is a fact that many people who tend to be neglectful of their % ",
own health are just the opposite with that of their children.Panic comes .Ii
easy,particularly th?firstborn.And the children sense this quickly. I I
Sometimes when they do,their own alarm is magnified.Sometimes they i
recognize, and use again later, their capability to arouse inordinate
attention by being ill or feigning illness. 1F t

The hospital, however, is an impersonal place in spite of itself. You ..
don't go if you can master your health situation. So you start at a disad.
"
vantage. And if you're scared, and also in pain, all the uniformed strangers !
can make it worse. Some even cover up their faces. The treatment, I
to make things worse, may hurt-like a shot. Clothes are taken away, \\
and, side rails, those sissy vestiges of babyhood,put up though they've
been stowed at home for months. So don't expect your child to like it. But
also-try to minimize his dreading it. '
NARF AGREEMENT SIGNED-NARF has signed an agreement with the National,Association of
Kids and hospitals mix better some rules and preparations are made; Aeronautical Examiners (NAAE);Shown at the signing ceremonies are: (Front Row L-R) D.T. Ron-
Don't threaten the child with"the doctor;or"a shot."You should tell weller, Chief Management Negotiator Capt/C.E. Boeing, NARF CO;and J.W. Huskin, Chief Labor' t
him the truth: "Yes, a shot hurts for'a little bit, but it makes you feel Negotiator and NAAE President. (Back Row L-R) B.F. Kinn, J.F. O'Connell, R.R. Bryson and E.F.
better. The doctor's telephone will let him listen to you, but your crying Bradshaw, members of the Negotiating Committee. The agreement Is subject to approval by the f
Office of Civilian Manpower Management in Washington, D.C. (Photo By E.T. Hansen) ,
messes it up. Explain the tools And discourage})- ""'+'"'
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Honor Operation! Beach Duty: );

RollSustained Eastern vacations as incredible as the airfares><;i'j j


Performance Superior that get you there. : :'; i
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Clyde WorthingtonEarl ,
WestD. '., .. ,: .
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FaradayL.R. .
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Wilkinson :"
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W. Tardiff 'i Everyone knows.servicemen get to

R.W. Thompson .\. fly cheaper than civilians. But now,
K.P. Chastain
W.H. Smith I.'; '.. ..Eastern c.anhelp you get some pretty incredible *
,*' : .. J.M.W.' Williams Binns : discounts at dozens..of.hotels E!

; C.L. Wilkes ". ,' .. throughout Florida, the Caribbean and
J.F. Hoffman Mexico. Vacations like these:

John LA. Farinella J. Brewer ,', The Caribbean Beach Club in n

William E..,Johns :: :: San Juan for$8 per day. i

Simmie Hamilton Swim and fish in crystal clear waters.

t.: Relax on beautiful white beaches. f r

: And in the evening, Puerto Rico's famous ,
.ff
o s f.', casinos and exciting night clubs are f
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waiting for .."
you. .{ : ;;
One way reserved military air fare : ::ii,:; A..:.

Washington/Baltimore to San Juan The Jamaica Inn atWalt Disney .

runs you $43.50 plus security charges and World for$8 per day. f

you don't have to wear a uniform. Take a friend or your family to Walt

.T The Jolly Roger in Ft. Lauderdale Disney World just outside of Orlando, <.
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MOTORCYCLES NEW USED '. for $8 per day. Florida. Explore the Magic Kingdom, a .

6248 Blanding Boulevard You can cruise the canals of the new world of fun and excitement. ;;

Phone 772-7741 Florida Gold Coast Capital. Or play set One way military reserved coach .

"' of tennis on one of Fort Lauderdale's from Washington/Baltimore is only $46

.." .! many courts. Or simply watch the whole'. plus security charges.
!t thing from the rooftop lounge of the Hotel prices above are for one

.. Jolly Roger. with else.' ,
IJ person sharing a room someone
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One way reserved military airfare They're good until December 15,1973. ....". '.
". from Atlanta is $35, plus security charges. Meals or local taxes not included. ,. _


$149 BLANDINO BLVD. Please send me complete information on I IEasternts the U.S. and any time except from 2 p.m. '
(Next to Plc'n Save at 103rd$t.) i and vacations 1 ,
Beach Duty discounts : (
PHONB7724SMLarge I to midnight on Fridays and Sundays. i

*;::.iyvria\v::f; ;: :: 'titi.Vrti:; : ::::Ssvhti; :tm:: tiiv'i-: S.Paul Kalooshan .1 If you have any questions, call your t,. .

Selection of : Manager, Military and Government Sales j I SATO office or Eastern. Or you can mail .;

READYMADE Eastern Air Lines,Inc. I free'; \
CUSTOM A us the coupon and we'll send you a
j
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MIRRORS Miami International AirportMiamiFlorida33148 1 brochure on these and many ,othervacations .r'1
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j. .T. Navy Exchange to mark Navy Birthday JI I l



Jax-The Navy Resale System is marking the 198th birthday of the
i U.S. with worldwide sale in Com-
i Navy a special Navy Exchanges,
missary Stores and Ship's Stores Afloat.
The sale begins on the Navy's birthday Saturday, Oct. 13, and will r1 I,IS
continue, for one week through Oct. 20.
All members of the Navy family who are authorized patrons of the
$ Navy Resale Activities will be permitted to buy a wide selection of .
1 merchandise at specially'reduced prices. Savings will range from 15- '
40 percent below regular prices.
In addition a number of Navy Exchange services departments will _
t I
be offering special values or price discounts during the birthday _
celebration sale.
:More than 120 merchandise items have been identified for price Z
reductions as a result of negotiations with manufacturers by the Navy
J' ) Resale System Office for the Navy birthday celebration. r
::,I I A complete listing of these items was sent to all Navy Exchanges r4i1
\A I { earlier this year so that local buyers could select the items that they ac
felt would be most popular with their customers. A similar listing was I

sent to the resale officers operating Ship's Stores Afloat. ,a
Navy Commissary Stores will be offering substantial savings on a a '
number of items selected by the Officer in Charge. These items were : ic'-:
chosen on the basis of their appeal to a majority of Commissary Store _
_
patrons.
Navy Exchanges will add to the overall festivities of the Navy birth-
day by holding special events, give-aways contests and other hap
penings during the week-long celebration.The .
Navy Resale System invites all members of the Navy family to
l. join the festivities at their nearest Navy Resale activity and celebrate
: "Navy Birthday-A Family Tradition."

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it fY a FURRY FRIENDS all kinds are presently billeted at Toyland. Although now In a Transient
if. Personnel status they all hope to be assigned to Permanent Duty Stations before the hectic Christ
f.f mas rush. How about giving them a little OJT before formal orders are issued Dec..251

.
f ;off Toyland ready for Xmas rushJaxYou


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don't need to look for any sleigh tracks to know that St. Nick,has beenat

t ti Toyland (Bldg. 514).
i
There has been a great deal of menagerie of manycoloredstuffed There is less confusion in store
behind the scenes preparationever animals and cuddly dolls. for you in November and J
since the March annual New Once again there is an em- December because the selectionof 1
f t! York Toy Fair often dubbed the phasis on bicycles tricycles and merchandise and service is
1 .. l I "Greatest Show On Earth". other pedal toys which accountfor available NOW.
Over 2,000 items are arrayedfor nearly 30 percent of all toy Stop in and see that most
the delight of children from*I sales. people believe in the early start.
infancy to adulthood. One en-.
You'll find that no category is
trance is enhanced by.a
"I get the impression that some.of. you think boot camp Is going to overlooked when you see the
be some kind of picnic educational and do-it-yourself
kits, sports equipment, games
and puzzles, doll clothes, guns
and, with accent on safety the
infants' toys will again be a big Sign of

selection. + the goodvtaatrdiuw
Toyland has been streamlinedfor
concentrated service in the .
three main categories of Toys,
AMERICA'S FAVORITE PIZZA Hardware and Sporting Goods. The American Red Cross
All three lend themselves to your
budget plans through convenient
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PIZZA FREEBRING INCREASE YOUR 4 : *


BUYING POWER

Your BUYING POWER could be suddenly
THIS COUPON BIGGER October 1st! _.. je,,

That's the-day a neW Florida Law permits loans
A-2 up to $2500 instead of only $600 at Domestic
Pizza hut Finance. .
2 for IBrinf
Make the most of your Borrowing Power at
.... ..... IMp ..... Domestic on a sound financial plan. Based on
MOUAIfUA CHIISE Sl.ll 11.50 S221 S101
ONION I.!] 10 271 311GIKN your good credit.. you could boost your
this coupon old receive' one Otivr 111 ItO 271 111UCK BUYING POWER here considerably.There's .
pizza free with the purchase of 'OUVI Its 10 271 111cttiN '
lone of equal ..I.... One coupon MUSHROOM nrnt :111: 1.10: 3:71 i.u no need to delay-get up to $2500 .
| per visit, please. rmiiONi .. -1.11 141 LOS 210 120 110 '4.10.20 starting October 1st. Call today. Domestic will
'HI' Ill 210 120 420SAUSACI make the arrangements and have the
VALID THRU SEPT. 22, 1973 1.11 2.10 120 420 money
CANADIAN iACONM, ,2.11 323.23 read nght on time. Come to where the money
NAME.-.:.1 -HOT J JAlAPtNO '., .: 111 l.fO 271 111 to:

ADDRESS.....................J'.S $'... K ANCHOVY'CNESE >-l SAUSACI' !.1.C ,.:1 US 141 2.00 l.fO 101 371 401 111 ;.1 : '- .
tiOUISI H Iur ,' 139 ItO 371 111
AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS DOMESTIC
I PIZZA INN SMCfAl ,. 1.91 2M 170 4./] FINANCE
sup 4 CHOMIO ONIONS 170 210 141 ass .
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riPfftONI A MUSHtOOM 170 2.30 3.41 4.11 CORPORATION SINCf 1317
fIffftONI A OIKN NPPIt 170 330 141 411SAUSAOI .
i ft MUSHtOOM 1.70 2.30 3.13.S3 Backed by t600.000.000e J '
iadi AM.4 l......it .30 .2! JO ..40UTIA '
? Jacksonville offices to serve you.
the white pages for the office prefer.Up .
you
iMtcoicMTS Aooto>> TO rum wait PIZZAS
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ASK ABOUT OUR Airy 'Acamll to f still.avii/ibh, | .
.ifc
ojOp/f between now and October. .
| 2jfj. good, to know.it's there when you need I.

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JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER. . PAGE 11f
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!' Job satisfaction rates top VHELP



t, with Youth, 'Establishment'They F

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" desire "meaningful" em. for outside interests, and chal '
; ment is "content" with their
ployment and believe that
job lenging
work
careers, a large 40 per cent of all
satisfaction is an essential ingredient The Institute
findings were not middle managers and 52 percent
of"success. So startling. What was surprisingwas of the supervisory managers say
Sound like members of the the way they coincided with they find their work unsatisfying
graduating class of a nearby college the results of'a new survey of top- at best.
? Or like "establishment"executives and middle-management executives -
? taken by the American Sixteen per cent of all the respondents
The surprising answer is, it Management Association.The do not believe that the
sounds like both groups. survey, which generatedthe organizations for which they \ .
And much as it may upset the largest response of any in the work provide them, or are ever \\j.r
younger generation and membersof history of the association, revealed likely to provide them, with their \\ _
the business world, there is that while 31 per cent of career or non-career related
new evidence that many peopleon the executive* respondents felt goals.

each side of the age barrier that the degree of youth disen- More than 50 per cent feel
think alike when it,comes to at- chantment was greatly over- that the pressures to conform to
titudes toward success. blown by the press and educators, organizational standards are

What the Institute a solid 29 per cent thought these either increasing or, at best, at "i ,0 TM
Found
youthful views were the productof least not decreasing.
Last year, an Institute of Life an informed,intellectual rejection -

Insurance survey of youth attitudes of traditional values by a better e. AlmostSOpercent that ,
found'that 32 per cent of educated generation of young job requirements have hurt their 4

the male respondents betweenthe people. health in the past five years with ;' r ,. ,',. .i i
ages of 14 and 25 prefer the Surprising New Attitudes 't'
most saying their health prob-- .,<1 ': 1\
life style of the executive or professional Other results from the AMA lems came from strain and ten- f"'. '.r }
living with his wife'and study which reveals the changing sion on the job.Sixtysix ''''.,. :' ,- rlt1... 'pJ: )
:
children. The Institute reports attitudes of businessmen in our : :y; .:;10.1!
e, per cent of the respondents -
also that the younger generation country show that: .
desires more than large, salary Since 1967 nearly 50 percentof had been said expected that occasionallythey to com- iA&r' .f ."'"'1.'.... .) ; .t ;
from a career. Other goals include the respondents.have changedor ,
promise 'personal
principles to
an opportunity to make a have considered changingtheir
conform to standards set by FOR THE.HAIRY-Jim Humblethe Navy Exchange's hair '
contribution to society, self- line of work.
superiors. Another 6 per cent stylist,.puts the finishing touches on another satisfied customer.He's I ,
expression on the job, free time While much of
top manage-
claimed that they were called available by appointment only from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Mondaysand
upon often to compromise their Wednesdays through Saturday. Call Ext. 3437 for appointments. '

Housing waiting lists principles. '


CASH IN ON YOUR

have been realignedJaxRecent ///f- 4i- I


redesignation of 60 Current anticipated completiondate
units of adequate family housingas for housing under construction twtti1r't
inadequate has necessitated a is July-August 1974. t
complete realignment.of waiting ; :
lists for family housing Eligible personnel may apply ; },
All CURRENT applications for these new adequate quarters Pussycat Escorts

remain in effect and no one need while occupying inadequate .. J :
reapply. quarters provided they are not (Dancing Partners '
Realignment waiting lists are scheduled for transfer prior to Af.t" 'fOURPItOGRAM
posted in the Housing Office, March 1975 and wish to relocateat !

Bldg. 902.OPNAV. their own expense.All .

requires that a housing r <,
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assignment list be established for adequate married officers'quarters : 1

each category of housing for designated for Com- ,. ..,

houses of each bedroom number.All mander-Lieutenant Commander ... J
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enlisted have been redesignated as 2.. ; ... .. .- '
personnel, ',... r' j." ,...., t:ZJ,;' .,
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inadequate and the current .
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regardless of rate or family ,, ).0. F ,
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waiting list will continue in effect f t I.1 I.
to
disposition, are eligible applyfor :: ::. '
for such quarters.For .
The
INADEQUATE quarters. '
only stipulation is that the : : f :
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minimum anticipated occupancy more information, contact : (
period be six months. the Housing: Office. SAVE MONEY

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!: r 69 PLYMOUTH A/C $1095 ..:.:= : 0'Th BankOnTheBase.Member

:: 68 VW FASTBACK Air $995 : : j ; (tt : Y''i .

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of the mobile home industry.Parkwood .

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Mobile Home Brokers. 1
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::. ]0' PARKWOOD L
!' 3 Large Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, 11'

1 Llvlngroom, Dishwasher, Spanish Fur 1.UP .
60' PARKWOOD nishings. 9775 _
\ 3 Big Bedrooms, 1V2 Bath, Name Brand
Appliances, Frost Free Refrlg., Deluxe

Contemporary Furniture. IS' PARKWOOD w
$7795
2 Big Bedrooms, Large Front Llvlngroom,
Raised Kitchen, Beautiful Blue
70' PARKWOOD Bellheaven Furnishings.
$-775
4 Large Bedrooms, 17' Llvingroom, IVi
Bath, Deluxe Range, Frost Free Refrig., ,
Dishwasher, Central AC. 24x 5 FLEETWOOD
3 Large Bedrooms, Large Den, Bassett
$1 O. ,445 Furnishings, Looks like a House.

65' OXFORD $16,900
2 Extra Large Bedrooms, 2 Extra Large
Bath, Eat-in Kitchen, Deluxe Furniture. 24X44 FLEETWOOD THE LADDER OF SUCCESS Pinning on their "railroad
$9675 2 Large Bedrooms, 1 Bath, Deluxe Early tracks" at VP-16 this month were Lts. (Top to Bottom) Larry Fiser,
American Furnishings. $9695 Bill Marshall, Jack Breese, Mike Fiser and Sam Mellar. The P-3C's
ladder showed no strain supporting the new heavies.
60' AMERICAN ---
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j Furnished. $4895 u---meDbVA: : Winds changed

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5887 Roosevelt Boulevard / Phone 388-4618 $ aviation historyTraditional


military commentary Of the two, one named "Artis
usually cites the second decade Avis" was built of hoop iron and
of the 20th Century as the light pine. Although it was to be
first time that man took the con- towed aloft by a railroad locomotive
RESULTS TODAY !IQox.'Z" cepts of modern warfare to the a one-horsepower enginewas
sky. mounted on the fuselage,
However,had it not been for a The craft was to be armed With
'''''' wind that shells that could be
S:< r: high swept through a incendiary
;': '
:$:: : : p' Richmond,Va.,lumberyard during dropped by the pilot depressing a

: .'."..... the American Civil War the foot pedal. Unfortunately history
J.rl'8' Ii R. ...S n J:'J.\To. heritage of combat aircraft has only the word of the inventor
s.a. "11 .W&UJer_:_ Santan Rd a 00. might well be more than 100 that the "Bird of Art" flew. His

.<; : r..i'., :''..;: DAiE J&J(., Fla. 12210' E/AT JACk ApUAN AVNUEe years old. claim is somewhat clouded by the
Like all wars since the adventof fact that he collected dollar'contributions
Linea AT 6' >: the soldiers
c"AafES Industrial Revolution the from Confederate -
) $3.60 CeEDITI eA t' War Between the States vigorously for the construction of the
I # I resul tin Thank you ,ery much the ro.WAROEO EA AMC! $3.60 A 1d
Very, Places JaE Alp nology. Creative men of both appeared.The .
o kch for Duttinq fn lame Neys Seery ..... loyalties designed and built other''' Southern bomberwas
#r ri' It, it I tor local n that it :..:;,:
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or 714 r 49. Y pU as.3lncer sDaDer the : '*ttep :.::::: machines that ranged from the the product of an optimist.The .
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6UICK 6 ::::-:
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muffler ( Perhaps the most fragile aircraft low altitude
bait Mrs) interesting was a
New clutch RtH, Exeel CO erertno sntan >>3's '
ta9 t CYt.r 4'pR'' to aPRredate. ::;.;' schemes developed during the' bomb-drop on Washington, D.C.
to See.tM df1Ye studY an PAYIAST x. Civil War are those aircraft designs The inventor was so confidentthat
Ne for AMwkr ::::
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ens gone ov Call n1 THIS eau Mp+ I:?::<::::::::<:. which seem feasible, but he invited Jefferson Davis
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beyond production because of inadequate and Confederate cabinet members
Ho d v This ad was placed In the Jax Air News-Latwinger propulsion plans or lack along for the aerial assaulton
and was sold promptly of necessary materials. Duringthe the Capitol and White House.
1860's,the U.S. Patent Office Nature declared that the

...IS WHAT YOU GET WHEN YOU ADVERTISEWITH accepted plans for jet-propelled bomber,grounded at a downtown
balloons, helicopters, and lumber yard in the Confederate
THE JAX AIR' EW/LA TWINGER. variable-wing aircraft.By capital city,would take-off In all
the latter part of 1863 and directions,with a shower of splinters -
CALL 387-3566 TODAY OR MAIL IN COUPON. early 1864, the fortunes of the and broken struts.The winds

Confederacy waned, as large, that struck Richmond destroyedthe
1 a-_mmmtmmtmmflLL OUT AND MAIL THIS FORM BELOWIIMMMMBM well.equipped Union forces air machine. The Confederates -
pushed south. It was during this would have to wait 84 years
I JAX AIR NEWS/LA TWINGERU time that two rebel manned- for an air force, but the uniforms
U bombers reputedly took shape. were destined to be blue."Dragons" .

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT o

I 4747 SAN JUAN AVENUE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, 32210 B celebrate

I NAME PHONE I

.1 ADDRESS t return from 'Ref lavik


1. Please run the following'! :ad f ..':'Tlmes.I 1 Jax-'!be "Dragons"of VP-56, which included a steamboat

headed by Cdr. J.B. Kramer, round of roast beef, a combo
.' '..... ; their skipper, and Cdr. C.S. band 'and door prizes.
Cornett, squadron XO, took over
of
or
,. the NAS Everyone took advantage
Jax
IJ '. r CPO'Club Monday
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to get
the ,
:, .. : night for an official: "All Hands get-together
,1.. ... .-' ': -, with old friends and
I .'f Party"in honor of the reacquainted
... '.. squadron'srelurn that have
I meet the newcomers
here
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five
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1973
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JAX AIR NEWS- '.

I f ,I'' .: Career Information Center moves, but objective remains the same .

should be or some of the
'; By J03 John Doose sounds rather "these courses you
ships stations and If all that
Jax Where do senior squadrons in the impersonal and confusingit required for all personnel members association of your need club or j
t petty officers I and officers AIRLANT area in all is only because you've before separation or some
I answers, then drop by
; through the rank of phases of career coun- never been there andhaven't reenlistment. j
; 'i ., Commander go to get seling and retention.The met the Center'sstaff. If you're not familiar Bldg. 501 or call Ext. 3531.
ji Ii ,I answers to questions about ,Center offers three The staff is com- with the Career In They just might have the .'
t 1 careers asked by the men types of courses. The firstis posed of CPO Jack Far- formation Center and youor answer you've been

I who serve under them? a two week ((10 day) mer, the School director; some of the men under looking for. _
There are probably a lot Career Counselor Course, CPO John Welsh, the u
of answers to that question the second is a five-day leading chief; P01 Paul
but for personnel stationed Service Information Medlen, an instructor;
at NAS Jax the answer is Course and the third is a and P01 Wayne Dycus, an 4.r
/ ,I close at hand. two day Information instructor.
i The answer is the Career School for first termers. These four men took on )
; I Information Center (CIC) They handle about 1500 the task of moving from
\ which has recently been to 2000 people a year from Bldg. 168 and of
relocated from Bldg. 168 to commands all over the remodeling Bldg. 501 after
Bldg. 501. East Coast. It is staffed by they had to make room for '
The Center's objective is BUPERS, sponsored by the FASO unit coming to F H -r ..... wy 1 w
to conduct formal classes CINCLANTFLT, funded Jax from Quonset Point.
and provide assistance to by NAVAIRLANT and And,not only did they takeon
commanding officers of administered by NAS Jax. the task, they completed -
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NAS Jax.
But when these people
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COMPLETE WITH STUDENTS- This is the result of all the hard
for office spaces and
work put in by the CIC staff an attractively decorated classroom
classrooms or moving complete with Career Information students. (Photo by Ron Bayles)
furniture they are __
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offered at CIC and lec- (

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fraternal groups; and if ) ))
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A LOT OF WORK AHEAD This is how the rooms in Bldg. 501 utmost in
looked before the four-man staff of the Career Information Center took and .
professionalism 4L
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I. So yoU'd- like to- buy recreational vehicle -> I


i' Jax--Americans have modest travel budget. dollars
'i notoriously itchy feet. We love to By carefully to $30,000. The major cost, outside the trailers are smaller versions of a

go..to get out and see new places best suited to selecting the RV For instance,if that use is to,be original purchase, is gasoline, mobile home or,perhaps, today's
your family's
needs for only an occasional weekend with maintenance minor comfortable mobile homes
, and experience new things. For you can look forward to a ex- are
most of us, there is a vital factor some of the best things in enjoying and during your vacation, you pense. Eight-cylinder cars expansions and elaborations on
life
. called economics to be reckoned a shoestring budget. -on would be better off financially equipped with special options for the basic travel trailer. This is

.; 'with, particularly when we're the vast American You can tour taking your leisure in an ex trailer towing are recommendedfor the most popular and oldest typeof

talking about taking the whole visit state and countryside, pensive resort. maximum efficiency. The recreational vehicle.
{ family along on vacation, the city parks, enjoy But if you plan to use it strain and load on the control Travel trailers range greatly in

Depending on the purchase beaches many, trails museums and zoos, throughout the year, then you're vehicle is determined by the size, from 10 to 32-ft. models set

price and number of trips taken, restorations. But to do this historic probably a good candidate for balance of the recreational on either two or four wheels

a recreation vehicle (RV) can must plan wisely and well., you ownership. vehicle and the type of weight depending on the length of the
pay for itself by eliminating Decisions Another factor to consider is equalizing hitches used. base. The bigger the trailer the

expensive room rentals and Before buying the size of your family. If it's a Some of the optional accessory bigger the car you need.
a recreational large one or if you could share items are: jacks, additional
meals.
restaurant They make vehicle To safely handle travel
outright should a
you first
with
expenses another family, appliances, hoses, special brake
and
weekend vacation
travel trailer should
compute you spend some
your probable
long-
you've got yourself another heaters
green equipment, air con-
economically feasible for more range use of the specialized unit, light. ditioners time practicing backing, parkingand
portable toilets
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people.Trips that are normally which could generally maneuvering the
run you Some experts advise electrical
renting electrical
generators
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expensive are brought within loaded trailer. Prices for travel
aPedestrians anywhere from
a few hundred the vehicle before making the extension cords and other items
trailers start at around $700 and
outright purchase.This gives youa providing greater comfort and '
chance to try the fun, economy convenience.Self. can go as high as 18000.
have
MOTOR
HOMES. These self-
and convenience without shellingout ContainmentThis
contained, self-powered units are
I that hard cash. is a term you'll get used to
the fastest growing RV's in termsof
their There are other good reasons when you begin shopping for a
rights tooJaxYour for percent increase in sales. RV
renting; apartment or con- recreational vehicle. It means manufacturers produce three
dominimum dwellers seldom that it can be lived in for long ;..
variations of motor homes-
car may be bigger also pedestrians who choose to have available storage space, periods of time; about 80 percentof conventional, van-version and
and faster but those and of course travel trailers truck ,
pedestriansyou cross streets anywhere the mood many people campers the newest
type, chopped
see at the cross-walks aboard strikes them. Placing your body simply don't have the money to and motor homes offer the self- van.

NAS Jax still have the right of in the path of a few tons of buy the vehicle. containment package. Motor homes are more ex-

way. automobile and a surprised For those who are determiningthe Consumers wanting independent pensive than other types of

Common sense and decency driver simply doesn't make much size, style and type of unit liveanywherefreedom recreational vehicles. Prices,
should be enough to make drivers sense. they want,many rental operators will require an RV with which include the cost of the

respect the rights-and safetyoftheir have rentals with option-to-buy heating, electricity, and plum- vehicle and installation of the

fellow human beings, but Let the cross-walks even the plans which permit a percentageof bing facilities, about a week's camping accessories, can run
it's obvious that this isn't the odds for you whether you're on the rental cost to be credited supply of water, LP gas fuel and from $3,000 to $30,000 for deluxe

case. foor or behind the wheel.You're a toward the purchase price of the sanitary disposal storage. models with custom fittings.

On the other hand, there are gambler if you don't-and Death RV. Basic Categories Next week: More About
Ownership Costs TRAVEL TRAILERS, Travel Recreational Vehicles.


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Board memberJax ; :


-Richard J. Kemen, Plant King whose resignation was I;

Engineering Division Superin effective this July. A MONEY TREE.. ..) ,.
tendent and Environmental
King was active with the Credit
Quality Control Program Union for 14 years, serving as
Coordinator at NARF,:has been .
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named to the Board of Directorsof F : rrY lAP -"
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the Jax Navy Federal l Credit 47uy -
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Directors would have expired in ,
He will also serve on the 1975 had he not resigned for .
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1974. permanent replacement for this

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CLIP & SAVE

Emergency ,. .
Planning VeteransAsk .

By MSGT.CHRISTOPHER B.ARCHBOl,USAF
We all know that it is a good Idea to plan .: 4
ahead for :--- ( ,
emergencies
I ,and military personnel know that a change of orders

set members of the Armed Forces packing may 'A :.'J,',.
on a ;
notice. For all service personnel,effective very short Q-I was discharged from the
planning
the difference between peace of mind and can mean Army in 1963. Do I still have
Tojielp I i insure that your personal affairs severe pro ems.. rights under the G.I. Bill for.a
are i in order
checklist formamed military personnel and theirspW-i ,here is guaranteed home loan? '
1, Are all immunizations for myself and : A-Yes. Congress has made no
date? my children up to shut-off date for such loans/In

2. Do I have duplicate sets of t tJhr fact, even World War II veteransare '
keys '
available to me for: r still eligible in sorri ''*instances
automobiles -
quarters, safety deposit box?
3. Do I have funds Immediately !p! Full information may be
available to me on a continuing obtained from "'
your nearest VA
basis in the .
event that
my husband departs for an office. ,. '
extended period of time?

4. Do I know the location of any powers of attorney(havewe O-I am on active duty with the
at least two copies), and the will; are they bein&properlv I NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL Aviation Structural Mechanic Army and I plan to study law
safeguarded? Second Class Robert T. Knighten is presented the Navy Achievement under the "Excess Leave;(Pro

5. Do I know the location of:birth certificates of Medal by LCdr. D.W. Weigand, Air Ops Maintenance Officer. The gram." How do I apply so that I
myself and
family, baptismal certificates, marriage certificates award was earned for Petty Officer Knighten's service as Corrosion can receive VA benefits?
naturalization certificates,divorce decrees,adoption Control Team Leader in VA-72 embarked In USS John F. Kennedy A-Submit to the nearest VA
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papers (CVA 67)). He was cited for quick and efficient training of Inex- office VA Form 21E-1990, Veterans -
SOCIAL SECURITY perlenced personnel and for helping account for the successful 'Application for Program of

6. Do I ,have a Social Security card and do I have the completion of 95 percent of more than 2,800 shceduled sorties. Form Education or Training, and VA
21E-1999a
number recorded in a safe place? ,_ Certificate of \
7. Do I have Availability, together with a copy
my spouse's Social Security number?
of
8. Do I have or do I know where yourexcess leave orders(in lieu
my spouse's state and. of DD 214) and
federal tax records are located? Without Advertising You Wouldn't Know! service from a statement of
your commandingofficer.
9. Do I know where the
following are kept: U.S. Savings .
Bonds, stocks, securities?

10.'Have I made a list of the serial numbers from the government -
bonds?

THE FAMILY CAR
11. Am I familiar with the responsibilities of owning an SIiS
automobile? u i"eC.erlu'l Blending' Boulevard'

12. Do I know the name and address of the company holdIng House Quality Foods Cedar Hlllt Shopping Center)
the car lien (if applicable)? Phone 771223

13. Do I have the vehicle's title,registration and insurance Every SATURDAY Night, is Every FRIDAY Night is
policy, or know their location?
FAMILY NIGHT
14. Is our automobile in good operating condition,and do I
know where to go for repairs? STEAK Your choice of

15. If we own property separately, or jointly,do I know the CHICKEN &
location of the deed or mortgage? $199 DUMPLINGS or 8'9
16. Do I know account numbers and the name and addressof NIGHT
banks in which we,have accounts? CHOPPED STEAK

17. Do I know the type of accounts?. v Lb. Club Steak'with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables Bread and Butter
18. Do I know the location of the bank books?
LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM DINNER 4 PM til 8 PM
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19. Do we have a safe deposit box? Do I know where?

Account number? Location of keys( )? Watch For Our Luncheon Meat Special 39 cents Monday Thru Saturday ,
20. Are all credit cards accounted for?(If not',the company.
must be notified of the loss immediately.)

PAYING BILLS
21. Do I know all payments that must be made, to whom

and when? This includes rent, telephone, electricity, water,
garbage collection, school tuition, insurance (including life,
fire,auto liability, auto collision,etc.)debt payments(including MILITARY DISCOUNTS

banks and mortgage payments,finance companies,small 3N ; < s rr.:: .. ':,-r : : ---v,. .-. &* ;,&* '
-loan companies,merchants,etc)club bills,auto license fees, ti i
taxes? 1 I+ f fW4friWti
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22. Do I know that in the event of the death of my spouse, I Iw

am entitled to one or more of the following: six months death _
gratuity pay, dependency and indemnity compensation, Social -j
Security payment, burial benefits, medical care in medIcal
facilities of the Armed Forces or Public Health Service, .

transportation and movement of household goods to place of ( cli" :: 155x_ -3 (Formerly 5.60x13))
Insurance
permanent residence, Servicemen's Group Life or

other policies my spouse has, naming me the beneficiary? STEEL BELTED RADIAL (TIRES-=
23. Are my family's I.D. cards up to date?
24.. Do I know how and where to obtain new I.D. cards?
25. Do I know the precise unit designation to which my / ,

spouse is assigned and the proper telephone number? 40,000 MILESGUARANTEE 2998pUSFET
26. Have I moved lately, had increases in the size of my +
family or deaths of my spouse's immediate family? If so,haveI

asked my spouse if he has updated his record of EmergencyData R aaa a gi A ... 1'10.... './.
and re-examined his will?
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27. Do I know how to safeguard our assets such as Savings .

Bonds, stocks,mutual funds,etc., and what sort of trading or .JIIBlE *_rt i Bf-i T fc L AVENGER TIRE 5..2898ET.1
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new investing my spouse expects me to do? :
28. Do I understand the following safeguards regarding 14X6.7S
contracts: NOT to sign anything without first reading, it THISWEEKONLYI MAG WHEELS 199. taxMH
thoroughly, NOT to believe any oral promises which are not pius

written Into the contract, NOT to sign anything before bring ,
ing a copy to the legal office, NOT to buy on credit if I can )li Arhiifttfi'M:
obtain a cheaper deal elsewhere, NOT to buy unless it is
clearly understood that my spouse would approve of the
7M Univtrilty |iv W
purchase?
", "29. Do I understand that I need not pay taxes Just because itt '
the state asks for them, that I should ascertain whether we Tire Division '
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are legally obligated to pay? j.V :-.
30. Do I know the address and phone number of the nearest 1IJM AtllTllC* lvO <

legal assistance office? ( fn$ )
5:'; NO HOT CHECKS! it J V \ MONDAY THRU SA'TURDAY AMv ;.-\-' $t r O (c W f h i/M
MIIN M lnjtr tui
overourchecking -
31. Am I prepared to take complete control
; account, so that I will know the balance at all times and 5409 ROOSEVELl HW OMtwy <

never write a check on insufficient funds? INSTANT
t"32. Do I realize that with a power or attorney I can obligate CHEtWTi BOULEVARD VV

my spouse as if he signed himself,and ifl am not prudent and i

'I Careful, I can reduce him to poverty,ruin his reputation and MI lAii'k4.PHONE 3886567 '" 'Ml N ch llvi '

"credit or jeopardize his career? ) :w ii 10 1 other locations to serve you!
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EARL "FATHA"HINES
a 1 0 w JAZZ PIANISTJax

: for increased technical proficiency, the
/ : '; ; :;: '':: ; Except
!I Military Ferspnijel -piano style of Earl "FATHA" Hines has barely changed
from what it was in the late 1920's.
Hailing from a Pittsburgh background musically
rounded out by his trumpeter father and organist
mother, Hines originally planned to launch a concert
career, but was soon caught up in the world of jazz.
Forming his own trio while still in high school, he beganto
0 jui ; | 0 0 0 play in local clubs before moving on to Chicago as a
"single" (solo act).
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0 :] 0 While there, he made a series of records with Louis
Armstrong's HOT FIVE and soon became known as
an. 0 0 0. 0 0 "the trumpet-style pianist." Because of the exciting
single-note use of his right hand, the intricacy of his
0 I 0 style was well beyond that of any of his contemporariesand
e e served as a touchstone for a generation of succeeding

pianists.In .
1 1928, Hines formed his own band at the Grand
Terrace in Chicago. For the next 20 years, this band
1l served as a proving ground for the best instrumentalistsand
l innovators of the period (from Budd Johnson and
Walter Fuller in the early era to Dizzy Gillespie and
Wint an automatic ,; Charlie Parker in the later years).
:, From 1948 to 1951, Hines worked again with Arm-
,.'. < }: .ffi ., strong.Since then he has been active with his own small
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both the U.S. and the European Continent.

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found while wading in the surf at Pensacola Beach, Fla. Perhaps
PIIST 'PEDE/AL she's thinking of ways to protect the natural beauty of the
beach, so that others can enjov it

Savings and Ibati associationof CLIP AND MAIL TQDAY

jacJ@onville LEARN INCOME TAXCOURSE

'' TO f MRftl Includes current tax laws, theory,
.. 9 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO- SERVE YOU... *! and Block application offices from as practiced coast to coast.In

",}. .. DOWNTOWN DURKEEVIUE BRANCH1815N.MyrtloAvo Classes Monday and WednesdayCertificate
4. '. Adams and Jplia < a awarded upon graduation.
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.;'fP>; PH.354.8443PH.3S6..175.I vr BLOCK ENROLL NOW
/ ", .: SOUTHWEST BRANCH FIVE POINTS BRANCHrx Classes start Sept 17
t '< Cedar Hills hopping Center 803 Lomax Street, Hangar 1000,Jsr .hAS
: PH.771-0422 P14.358.1204NORTHSIDE
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f Gateway Shopping Confer 101 Monument Road ,w: 5528 Normandy Blvd., Jax. 32205 Ph. 781.9323.
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S 5911 Normandy Blvd. 5631 University Blvd W. : .
:; ,, PH.781-1383 PH. ,731-0833 '"' AOORCS9L II
1" ."'- SOUTHSKK BRANCH MOBILE. OFFICE I CITY.. DHONIP.
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dIjbdD1L:387.3566 a : : Movie Schedule


should be mailed to arrive not later than
Tuesday
for
arriving too late for this deadline will be published the publication the following Thursday. Ads
fOllowing week unless the pUblisher Is In.
strutted otherwise. A check or money
order for
the
cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy.

RATE: minimum charge ((3 linn) .$2.00 Per additional line ((4 words per line) ..SOe Thursday, Sept. 13 Sunday,Sept. 16
Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4747 SAN NAS "HUD" Drama
JUAN AVE.,JACKSONVILLE 32210r : Drama, Starring NAS "SQUARES" ,
f Paul Newnam and Patricia Neat. Starring Andrew Prine and.

r- J ,JJ1.' r."EAQr!S'' AYE LET YOa.RENT "PG" ((112 min.HOSPITAL .) Gilmer McCormick. "PG" ((93
"]
BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT : "FEAR IS THEKEY" min.) .

TEMPORARYJOBS WE BUY & SELL EQUITIESCall DEPOSIT REQUIRED Melodrama, Starring HOSPITAL: "VIRGIN &"
FOR NAVY WIVES SUMIT MOBILE HOMES t
us for quick service Barry Newman and Suzy Ken. GYPSY" :
All office skills needed. Long and 5210 Phillips, Highway,733.9422
Morrison I.Taylor Inc. dall. "PG" (104 min.) Monday,Sept.17 't
short assignments. No fee. We Pay BRING THIS AD FOR $100 OFF. .
4543 Wesconnett Blvd. NAS: "WILD IN THE SKY'|
You. 771-3052 ; Friday Sept. 14
737-384
XTRA HELPERS 394-S1I8 I TR,1AsPoTAT171BETTER: : I NAS: "DILLINGER" Crime Comedy, Starring Brandon!;
TRAILER
LOTSWITH
ACREAGETwo DeWilde and Keenan Wynn.
NAVY up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile CARS FOR LESS MONEY Drama, Starring Warren Oates *
Part-tlme lob, flexible hours, leads to radius Cecil Field & 1.29552.000.00 to Used VW's Compacts, other foreign and Ben Johnson. "R" ((107 min.) "PG" ((94 min.)

career, 721.3600. $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far makes. Astro Motors, 6566 Normandy HOSPITAL: "HUD"Saturday. HOSPITAL: "SQUARES"Tuesday .
HELP WANTED 5elow near-future values. Call Art Blvd. 781-49781: ,Sept. 18 ,

Hair stylist. Experienced. Call 388- Laughrun, Ret. Navy Chief 389-5514. 'CHEVELLE MALIBU ,Sept.15 NAS : "CHARLOTTE'SWEBB"

6953,will give Information on securingFla. Eve WYNNE 7717441.REALTYOF FLORIDA 2-door hardtop, low mileage,all power NAS: "VIRGIN & GYPSY" Animated Musical,
Beauty License.JANITORIALWORK. 52850.. Joanna Debbie and .
Realtors Specialist and AC. loaded with extras Drama, Starring Starring Reynolds ''
AT NAS JAX Phone 7332365. Shimkus and Franco Nero. "R" Henry Gibson. "G" (94 min.)

Hours 5.9:30 P.M., Call 355-2741 and WEBUYEQUITIESLouise '69 HARLEY DAVIDSON (96 min.) HOSPITAL: "WILD IN THE
T.
ask for openings at NAS.Royal Broker Bailey Motorcycle "7 ".1200 cc, A-l Con. HOSPITAL: "DILLINGER"
771-3605 SKY".c
Services, Inc. dition. Best offer over $1,600. Phone
CALLASHIPMATEJoe 7332365.
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PARTS MANAGER TRAINEE Ropiak(RET Navy) ''"
Opportunity to train as Auto Parts Licensed Real Estate Salesman '70 LEMANS SPORT COUPE
Manager under transition program. Representing Auto. Trans., PS, R&H, AC, bucket
Openings In Jax., Gainesville, & Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors seats, like new.Make offer. Phone 733- SECURITY GUARDS
Tallahassce.Top pay & benefits. 3891444. Home 781-7715 Office 771-9513 2365.
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IN REAL ESTATE MATTERSCall .
Wayne Shrum NO CASH NEEDED RETIRED MILITARY WELCOME
TEMPORARY NORRELL Blanding Agency, Inc., Realtors 1965 Chevy,runs good- ,$35. Mo.
3539211.
771.9513
SERVICESHave The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Jacksonville, '-.
good office skills ? Want to work RACY POINT ST.JOHNS RIVER NO CASH NEEDEDNOCREDITNEEDED Fla. Branch has Immediate openings In Its security '
school hours? Call us NO FEE. We 2BR, 1BA. lovely home on 91'x100'
condition &
force. Must be In excellent physical un ,
also have full day work even If you bulkheaded lot with private boat dock. El and up,18 yrs or older '
don't type I $50,000.00. SUN COAST REAL We can sell you a car and get complete dergo strict security Investigation & fire arms
NORRELL ESTATE, 908 Anastasia Blvd., St. financing arranged. 3534575. qualification test. Salary$6700 per year with 10 percent .
786-7170 Augustine. 8243358. shift differential for night work. Excellent company

1972 JEEP COMMANDOH.T. paid benefits. Uniforms & equipment provided &
PURCELLSIS FOR CASH SALE ., 9000MI., 6-cyl., manual, hitch, ,
NOW INTERVIEWING Lot 60' X 140' deep. 12'X15' Mobile Warn Hubs, $3,000. Call 7248813. cleaned at no cost.
Part-Time and Full Time Home. Together. 6104 Dorminy Ave.
Saleswomen for the Roosevelt Mall Between Blanding Blvd.. 8. Wes SALE OWNER For Information Call 354-8211 Ext 211
store, who have a flair for selling connett Blvd., Owner. 771-3717 '73 CAD SEDAN DEVILLE ,
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women's quality fashion apparel. We 9,000'mi., Loaded $6,495. Phone 264- 8:33-4:30 P.M.MONDAY-FRIDAY
offer excellent employee fringe COMINGTOMEMPHIS2BR. 7531, 9A.M. til 7P.M.
benefits and an opportunity to advance Trailer on 1 Acre 15Mi. from An Equal Opportunity Employer
with a progressive company. Base C.A. extra room and building '73 MONTEGO BROUGHM
Phone Mr. Woodlll 355-7561 for a many extras-can finance,' 1-901- PS, PB, AM-FM stereo, power seats
confidential appointment. 476.2156.hWJ.rALpjk. AC, Htr., light Blue w-Dark Blue ,
vinyl top, exec. cond., Make
VETERANS NEEDED : et: reasonable offer 7782444. yJ

WITH AIRCRAFT MAl NT.EXPER.
$J. to $5. per hr. on weekends if ORANGE PARK )969 BUICK SPORT WAGON ,
qualified. 282.5306 or 2646163. 2BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn.. Dish. PS. PB, Air. Excellent Cond. Call 786- Big Chief Say.... 4
washer Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth .1471 or 7723143. f
"i: Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS..
II I- <.it-- $100. DOWN FREE FRONT
1967 Bonneville, 2DR, HT, Sharp, $35.
.
A recorded message by 2BR.. Furn., water, sewage & garbage mo., 3539211. i
SCOTT EDWARDSTells parking-2 cars, small children, WHEEL ALIGNMENT
you how to be a small pets o.k. $125. mo., Washer
DISC JOCKEYCall S8.00. 387.2541 or 387.0744. WITH PURCHASE OF
355-2944 any hour. Approved for
NEW 2BR.MOBILE HOME
veterans. Columbia School of Close NAS & Cecil, 6967 Exline Rd., 4 TIRES
San Francisco. Not
Broadcasting.
Water 8, Garbage paid, $150. per mo.
"
affiliated with CBS. Inc. Course by "
Phone 7717397.
44
home study.

AUTO AIR COND.SERVICERoom 3BR., UNFURNISHED 1B., Newly decor.HOUSE, AC, furn. 4 4 PLY

Units. Central Units Tyler kit., W-W Carpet, Conv. Cecil or HAS ; f
Heating & Air Conditioning 4711 adults only 396-4431 or 2646915. Ask i4

Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161.GEORGE'SKENNELS for Mrs. Butler. : : ::. HEAVYDUTY \

ORANGE PARK
Dogs& Cats Boarded 2BR. Duplex Furn., AC, All Elec., 5 /
Pick-Up & delivery services since min.to NAS,children& pets welcome,
1925. Grooming, training & shipping. no lease required 2646884. 1
Visitors welcome. BankAmerlcard & POLYESTER
2BR.GROUND FLOOR APT.
Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 near Furn.,fenced yard, accept 1 or 2 small /
Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. children, 2648083. .
5085 Edgewood Ct..3894)064 .

KIRBY VACUUM. CLEANER F I. i .j.yiiil i'r. \J 7 27,000 MILE GUARANTEE

Responsible party take up payments JUSTISSTRAILER PARK Cat

of $7.00 per-month. Rayfield's 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern Cv <' l:4: F78x14 or 15 .4 for $67*
6437 Wilson Blvd.. 772-8936 trailer and apts. 3893007. ...
x
LIVE CRABS WE BUY AND SELLGOODUSEDMOBILE G78x14 15 $7580 / .
or .4 for
Wilford's Fish Camp HOMES l ...

.... 264-9707 Phone 388-4619 I I

% COLONY MOBILE HOMES i4 H78xl4 or 15 ....4 for 8380
PAINTING INSIDE OR OUT Sales& Rentals,9359103rd St.Call 771- A COUNTRY GIRL who knows how to ., j
Pressure Cleaning, minor repairs, 0275 Photostating and_ notary service.
etc., Call_ VAUGHN, 388.0405 or Tiake things grow, like this St. Peters 118x14 or 15 ....4 for $9180
TOMLIN (USN RET) 3881137. MOBILE HOME burg Fla.native on her tractor,is sen 4 .

60'xl2',Tiffany, 1972 all elec., CentralHeating : tibly combatting the ,National food *
; Coleman AC. set-up'pafo* shortages Over-reactions, like food 900x15 ...,4for91
TRAILER
BOAT MOTOR &: back, ::4 '
and skirting,down steps front: \ .i:J
the consumers -
:
!6FT.j75h.p.Evlnrude :wording,will only prolong
,all carpet & furnished throughout as"Is. : .' x
3U. 1U Conv. to Cecll.-Fleld.. ; 77.1-6497, dilemma. PLUS F.E.T.OF 2.37 TO2.80 .
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COCK-A-P00 PUPPIES ASSOCIATION r-..:Si- INSTANT CREDIT .
6 Weeks old. Black or Apricot, $35., 11FLEET RESERVE : .. "

7780371. LOYALTY No down payment *. o..ngt termsTIRE .


LEAVING FOR WEST COAST .RANCH ? ,.v.
Oct. 1st or 2nd. Space.available for 'BRANCH 91
passengers to share cost. Call 389- -' MEETING
R.d.
9757 to 10 P.M. 5391 Collins 'n\ ,
between 5 P.M. 2nd Wed. :
Weekdays, Weekends all day ph.264.2833 i4' COMPANY :

23lfT.V. JACK WADELIN., PH. 282-5560 '''iJ!
Info
BLACK &WHITE Branch : OPEN IDAILY 86SEPTEMBER .. -
$25.,.Very Good Condition ,LAFRA UNIT 91J Meeting 2nd Mon. ,
778-2444 __ info: Kay Lanca terPh389.7684. ; .

CLUB I INFO:5391 Collins Road.Ph.264.9166 ,. rye':
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AFIREPLACB: :FRA offers ,low cosflMllrlnce.
Built-in Cog burning. Save on fuel. CHAMPUS supplement_8.updated legislative news A

mantels Build In or any,brick room I '.M$320.771.0463_n use .!i\:3'. _,_.....";:_> 1"'!... "'". ". .. '. . :II' .t". ,- . .>. __ __ .....- _a+Ma ... r. Jo' .



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I I PAGE 20 JAX AIR NEWS:!LATWINGER:. ... .
I: WANTED Trans. 2 TYPEWRITERS Surfboard, 1 1Blacklite
vK'K'Wi iW W-KvW'KvKvW Needed RIDES For Children from NAS 1 Set WOMENS GOLF
School Will CLUBS w-Extra Woods 384.7274
THE Flee-T MARKET Jax to Sacred Heart ....-
772-
Pay$40 Per Mos. Mrs. Ingley
FREE PERSONAL WAN J -SERVICE 9799 LOWREY HOLIDAY DELUXE
t ? for Military and Civilian Employees cf NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field ORGAN, Built-in Automatic

.---------------------------- M For Sale: Two Bedroom '66 Rhythm, Cassatte Player,
U Recorder, Complete Organ
I FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM PARKWOOD MOBILE HOME
Convenient to NAS and Cecil Course with Lesson Tapes,

(ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) air fenced lot. Call Perfect Condition 264.8930
I Shag Carpet
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: I' 772.1914 after 5.
:t I For Sale LARGE ."DUO-
I -
"68" TOYOTA CORONA, RH 4 THERM" HEATER Excellent,

'I t v'I Ixr Spd, New Sprint Radials, $895 Make Offer. Guitar $8 771-3211
"> I Phone 264.4608 Ext. 8134 Mon.thru Frl. 9 to 2 Ask

; ? I r for "Agnes"
",. .. ..
,' Maternity WARDROBE
Sale
I For :
G I. TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW Size 1M2$20.00Two End WESTINGHOUSE ELEC.
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. It Tables $10.00 264-0357 RANGE 40" Good Condition and

t I r ..... Vent Hood Nu.Tone $75.00 743-
,, r I REQUEST for. RIDE TO and 3092
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ri i ,. I Name Office or activity to which assigned- FROM Hours 07001530.Work-NARF-Worklng From 1250 COUCH 84" Traditional Beige

'. Willow Branch Avenue Phone brocade-type uph. Good Con-
I ditlon'$75 Call 389-5957 after 5 PM
I Work Phone No. Signature 389-6860
Rank.Rate or Grade r ...

I 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, ie: Full I 66 CHEVELLE 327, Solid Lifters, Beautiful NORTHERN
I military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed)of person submitting ad and Dual Exhaust, 3 speed, Doug QUALITY MOBILE HOME for
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity headers, Carter Carb. Call 771- Sale. 2 BR, AC, Furnished,
to which he Is assigned and office telephone. This
12'x60' 1971
,
i 5PM Washer, Dryer,
I 6460 Aft
2. Free advertising In the "Flee-T MARKET"will Information Is for authentication only and your ad I
t I be limited to: Offers to buy,sell or rent housing should be worded Independently of this Information. Shed, Tie-Downs, Many Extras
for personal) use as a residence offers to buy or sell 1964 CHEVELLE 1967 '396 Crane 772.9500
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In I Cam, Holley 780, Hooker
I and from work; announcements of educational the following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads
I Hurst, Air
courses offered by non-profit organizations or arriving after that date will be placed in the Headers, 4-Speed
I. governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be acfollowing week's edition. Ads will be run only onetime I Shocks, Mags Call 778.3723
I cepted only If the words "PCS" (for military), or unless resubmitted as prescribed above.
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the
I Under Con-
I CHRYSLER
Jacksonville area)hre included in the wording of the 4. No phone calls will be accepted regarding 1938 .
ad. "Flee-T MARKET" advertising, The ,JAX AIR structlon As a Street Rod. $100 In
I I NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide new parts, Tow Bar Call for Info. '
i 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I 7783723GERMAN' ,
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed I
in each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No
I will be relected. more than two ((2) ads per week per person will be I SHEPHERD PUPS w
I. accepted. I AKC, Good Pedigree, 11 Wks.
I 4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T Shots,Wormed Priced to Sell Call
MARKET" Editor, C-0 JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, 8. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of 'a I : '
I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above 772-0440 AnytimeBuy.Sell.Trade
I OR requirements, will be refected. The publisher .. :.
"FLEET MARKET" Editor, C-0 LATWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. U.S. GOLD, r..S.4
r 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These forms 1tt SILVER and Type Coins.
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25" COLOR TV PICTURE TUBE FURN. SALE, yellowishgreenvelvet to Sale 1969 Self Contained Stamps '(Mint and Used) 2642842After
&Chassis 1 yr. old$50.00 Ext 2674 2 piece sect sofa $100 or CAMPER Exc. Condition 5PMWanted
or 51963 best offer mahogany coffee and Sleep 5. Make Offer After 5PM .

end tables,.misc.. ,-offers. 264-6102\ 786-5371 ......... To. Buy: ,GIRL'S X26" N C nk.4
'
OLDS HOLIDAY A.1 Con. BICYCLE Will Pay up to $25.00Ph.
'S ditlon Ail-Around Except Engine 15' FLAGSHIP BOWRIDER with 771.3211 Ext. 311
I I needs work Make Offer 387-0161 For Sale: 2V2 yr. old Brindle 45 Chrysler and Magic-Tilt }
Boyer AKC; female spayed; Trailer. Includes Canvas Top, CG ""r
CLARINET I Bundy B Flat Excellent great with children; really Equipment, Skis, and two tanks. KENMORE AUTOMATIC 6 cycle
Condition. Also Good Box lovable; needs running room. Low hours. $1500 264-4821 after 4 WASHER Good Condition $25.00

Spring and Mattress 771-5557 Call 264-7426 after 5 PM PM Call 396-0953 after 5 PM

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69 OLDS CUTLASS "S" AT, PS,
FEDERAL CREDIT U'NIONt" PB, Green with Vinal! Top. Needs 73 FORD RANGER PICKUP AT,
JAX NAVY little work. $1400.00 or Best Offer PS, PB, Air Cond. AMFMStereo
360 V8, Topper Call 786-
771.2002 2567 after 5 PMKEESHOUNDS ,' >;
SALE
REPOSSESSION ....--.
Wife's Dream Car. Must Be Sold! :
,
5 PUPS and 1 f' '
Unexpected Transfer 73 OLDS a
Why pay full price when you can get it for less? CSC Beautiful Loaded! 772.8786. year old FEMALE pure bred, ',4_, 4

I 1. \ tf...'ih.".......SSfiSftfi ....................."..".."..........,......................."'..''.'"''' ......,.."......:;.:..:..:,..:-..t.y........._..__.:-.....;.. .:.:;,::.:..".'....N':o .._... after 5, Please Ed Louie cute & fuzzy, 266-9286

jiij 69 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL I 1

;: 2 Door Hardtop. Loaded!. e .

J $1875 I

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:: COME ON, signals Brenda Alien of
:::: JAVELIN SST tJtdi1
'69 OPEL GT : 69 Fcrt Walton Beach, Fla. who knows
Radio & Heater,4 spd .""I 01:;: PS, Radio & Heater, 3 spd. It's unsafe to swim alone. If you're

planning a summer outing to the
$995' r $1225 e
seashore or lake, be sure to bring a
{: friend who can xwim.
70 INTERNATIONAL & 73 TOYOTA COROLLA NS
TRAVELALL $ 2 dr. Radio & Heater
AC, Auto. trans., PS, PB, V-8 Auto transmission, AC

engine, R&H. ## THE RPRRTmEnTUlITiimminc
$2395
$2195 THE AAMCO WRITTEN CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEE
This transmission has been rebuilt by the licensed AAMCO : POOL I
*9 FORD MUSTANG ti| 70 MUSTANG Dealer Issuing this certificate utilizing the AAMCO "CAR I
2-Door Hardtop, PS R&H. $ 2 DR HardtopV8RadioSHeate OWNERSHIP" Assembly Set. This certificate guarantees the AnD

$1725 transmission' and torque converter (If your car has a torque THE GOOD LIFE:

$1225 I converter) against failure of material and workmanship. It will FROM 5135.yjwood.
::::-l72: PONTIAC CATALINA be honored by any licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer for as
C 70 PONTIAC :%; 2 DR HT, AM-FM Stereo Tape long as you own this car, provided that It Is delivered to any
Trans-AM Loaded!
:!:>.Loaded! licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer In the United States .

$2295 I r annually for service with In 30 days of the Service Date Indicated 2045 Jammed Road .(1
$3295 below. The charge for annual service is $13.75 payable at the 10 minutes from JacKsonvllle. -
69 OLDS '442' *?= time of service, and It covers the replacement of transmission \" Put Roosevelt
\ ) PS, Radio and heater. n:: 64.CHEV IMPALA SS fluid and all preventive adjustments. Blvd.' Right< on San
: PS PB, AC Then
r% Jammes.
FREE TOWING at no extra charge ONE DA t SERVICE available in. juan to
$1225 :$;: Auto transmissions most cases FREE 19 point Multi Check. FINANCING available If ", ,left to apartments. '
;r!: Radio & Heater necessary with approved credit. For complete Info call:
69 CHRYSLER Convertible :::

I,; PS PB, Radio, tape player. $695 AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS 781-3818
\ I
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5300 PHILIPS HIGHWAY 737-3535 _.j af\"LI"",.....:;:::.OIViLOfl'lil'M' !COfI"II" .
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I Gasoline has history of scarcity ','.'.;',


Normal'operations are still the gas! and in one town the J
popc.'ora1Ntand
rule at the majority of the| was the only by., hose, opening the way for Y :
place where
Nation's 220.000 f filling stations, could IKbought.." it further advances: About 1910 a ,

but the fuel crisis isn't solved, nrl'l'cnt The wise recording dial appeared to show
motorist tried to avoida the number uf! gallons dispensed :
survey reveals.The liquid treasure hunt by carrying and gasoline (r<
pumps appeared at
search for full lank
a has a spancan of fuel in his car. Ad- cuibside i
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preoccupied motorists in the wised! a 1908 instruction 14 q
manual Memphis,
Tennessee
: was one'of
United States ever since the first "If'your
engine is warm and you the first cities to boast a chain
horseless carriage took to the
run out of'as. you can nearly al. ol drive-in '
hlliiiK stations Frills
open road, the. National. Geographic ways get home
on kerosene or alcohol such as rest rooms and a maid
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Society says or even bad Whiskey" who served ice water lured cus iJ
Drivers had to develop a "nose Automobile bulls felt confident tomers.
for |fuel," in the pioneer days !
enough to
set
out on the first cross Shortly before World War I a ; ,
when gasoline was and its 1
scarce
country caravan in 1915. They new idea emerged Motorists
location unpredictable. left New York City on May 15 andarnvedinSanFranciscol04days could see the gasoline they were ;

SEARCH: FOR FUEl: buying in a glass bowl perched tTc74rt
later. A participant recalled, "Be above the pump. The calibrated
At the turn of the century, the tween Mooseheart and De Kalb bowl was filled to the proper level ,
country had 2,000,000 miles of Illinois,
found
we
a filling by pumping a lever back and
rural roads, but a scant 140 miles station-the .
only one I can remember forth. Then the fuel flowed by THREE GENERATIONS took part in AGC Billy G. Strawn's ;,:: .
were paved. The adventuresome all the way; usually we gravity through a hose into the reenlistment ceremony. Chief Strawn.a 1S-year veteran,was assistedby 1
motorist who had steered from .
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gassed up at livery stables;
car.: his rr then wife and children as he took the oath for another four
the beaten track first checked the At
first gasoline hand In 1933
was a new pump "with a years at .e Naval Weather Service Facility.
blacksmith shop If it was dry. he pumped into cans supplied by the head for figures"started the trend

chugged to the stable the general motorist, who then poured the of buying by the dollar instead of .;

store the hardware store or the fuel into his tank after straining it by the gallon. In addition to gL :.

lumber yard."More through chamois or a heavy cloth measuring and ,showing the '.

than once" recalls a to remove troublesome sediment.The amount of fuel delivered,it postedthe iirinnniioMILITARYAUTOMOBILE .-,

country road veteran "1 had to go faucet on the small hand. dollars and cents owed: by the .'

to a cleaning 'establishment for operated pump soon was replaced customer. J

Future gas stations may do
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away with the need for money.,Anew I IIV

St. Augustine USOinvites sell-service unit lets customers
fill their tanks '
own simply by :
inserting a credit card into a MILITARY CIVILIAN

you to visitJaxAll panel on the pump. A computer LOW RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN

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Augustine USO, located .in the New City Hall Complex on 41 MAYPORT ;a

Granada St.Available. INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE AGENCY ;\

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Service-connected busses carrying military personnel to St. of the uniformed services, "TWOOFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU" ,:'
who are under 23: remain Formerly Continental Insurance Underwriters
Augustine are welcome to use the USO's parking facilities and

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chient City. (Near NAS) (Near NS)
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11{I ,'! CommentaryI Annual Pa-ir of'.Noids awards presented .



Although much of the awards plus of craven images and gave:. janitor.A tro\"ersi.il question."Do you think ized productioncostmanpoweranalysis
season is already over-what two to each winner. -.: it might: rain today?" renders across-the-boara
.| with the Oscars. Emmies and .. special pair of noids for con- Koment steadfastlystuck amelioration of interoganiza-
| Pulitzer prizes all gone-there are The first pair of noids we'nr to tinued excellence were handedout Lieutenant he tional policy enactment beyondthe
his insisting
by
Sgt. Aloys Wright who has been to ,MSgt.\ to guns the current mechanical
still a few fields still handing, out Harold Brass. who would check with his scope of
have to
administrative .
an
t clerk: for three has not incorporated
t trophies. gone one day of his state- structural posture
before making a
\ i I I attended such an affair re years and has yet to admit to' a 18-year career without whispering superiors ment. in today's e\er-changing
single mistake.
cently. They call it ilie: Annual to someone. "The colonel is time-space-resource configu
Noid Presentations. Actually Sergeant Wright edged out-a' coming the colonel is coming" Expertise at problem solving ration."
this year they called it the Annual host of competitors by losing his 1st Lt. Noah Koment copped a brought a pair of noids to MoJ. A.
Pair of Noids Presentations,since own nomination paper work and paid of noids given in recognitionfor M. Biguous who told a group of In accepting his noids. a mod
I the awards committee had a sur then t blaming> the foul-up on the outstanding discretion. The visiting congressmen that"Whileit est Major Biguous confided he
U I committee based its selection on is true that contingencies war had a difficult time overcoming
''I'' the lieutenant's refusal to be rant consequential action the the temptation to simply say "I
I Disabled tricked into answering the con- ramifications{ inherent in local- don't have the men. I don't have
j person the money. 1 don't have the time
and even if I did I don't have the
SSTTHE CaONtl IT WAS vEaYI5 foggiest idea how to solve the
; sought for award I COMlt.I. 1 THe PEgspCACIOUS: problem."'

COLONEL IS.'DMING! OF THE JUDGES
Jax-Nominations for a Florida initiative and persistence For the first time in its history
r,p disabled person to be honored as manifiested in work situations, 7D AWARD THIS the awards committee presenteda

,r.. (. "Handicapped American of the respective activities: and accomplishments -. f n ''> 'PAlR TO QF fy1E NOIPS Rookie of the Year prize. The
Year" and receive the beyond job honor went to a newly formed
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? President's Trophy are open until requirements and other pertinent 0 r. { agency the Office of Consolidated
Oct: 15.This factors.All /' r \ Crisis Action. The installation -
annual award is made to commander who establishedthe
I demonstrate that ability counts choices should be for- ;y agency wasquoted; assaying.
not disability and to encourage warded to Art Kavanagh, P.O. "I am happy ta report that everything

inspire, facilitate and promote Box 1000, Pompano Beach, Fla. ::..n: on this station. is peachy-
the .useful employment of the Mrs. Florence Fox is chair: .. Ptc keen. .
h disabled, regardless of color, woman of the Governor's .-
creed, age, sex,_ location or Committee on Employment of "All of my people are happy
formal education. the Handicapped, and we have no drug problem we
Selection criteria include nomination forms can be obtained t:- have no racial friction, housing is
t nature and severity of disability, by phoning 661-4455.. equitable not to mention luxurious. -
,.our safety record is spotless
t, everybody does an outstanding "
I m ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL job and we have an overabun-

:: WILSON Pemtioc dance of every resource imagin-
\lV DAY SCHOOL able. Therefore .I am creating
today the Office of ConsolidatedCrisis
: 100% GUARANTEED USED CARS Action." .
L ACHRISTIAN EDUCATION FOR THE

IS4VESAVESAVE' WHOLE CHILD Finally .the1 high point' of the

presentation ,ceremonies came
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Excellent academic program;_ citizenship training
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INTRAMURAL Marine Barracks win

Jax MATSG made, it known Their first win last week was a
last week that they plan to be 12-0 defensive battle that came FOOTBALL '

contenders for the NAS Jax Intramural against Dental. Jackie Hunt and STANDINGSAMERICAN two of three games
Football crown when Robert Caine each scored a
they came up with three strong touchdown in the first half for
Jax The Marine Barracks Harold
and the top spot in the MATSG but that Jennings scored for
wins proved to be all LEAGUE intramural football team brought Weapons.The .
National League.VP49 that Dental would allow.The only \V L their National League record to third game of the week
problem for Dental was that they VP4 5 0 three wins and two losses last didn't prove to be as profitable as
wins couldn't get their offense rolling NDRC 3 1 week with wins over MARTD and the other two when the Marine
in
either half because MATSGwas VW-4 3 2 Weapons'and a loss to Dental. Barracks team fell to Dental by a
also playing some good FICEUR 2 2 10-6 score.
fifth straightJax defense. VP-5
"I 0 MARTD fell to the Marines bya .
The second win for MATSG DPD ,.'0 5 Narjax loses
The of NARJAX 28-0 score when Wilbert Bryant,
Woodpeckers VP- came against MARTD by the No.2 0 0
49 scored their fifth straight score of 20.0< ).The MATSG defense John Tullous, Stan Hatfield and first of
seasonJax
victory without a loss in the again shutout the opponents NATIONAL LEAGUE Harrison Austin all took turns

American Football League last while Robert Caine, Jackie Hunt LMATSG scoring touchdowns. Bryant -VP-16 won its third game
did Lewis
week when they sent VW-4 and Richard Gillespie handled 4 1 added a two-pointer as of the season, against one loss,
tumbling by a score of 3o-( & the offense with touchdowns.In NARJAX No.l 3 1 Jones. last week when they scored a 19-0
Gary Miller was the main their third game and third VP-16 3' 1 Harrison Austin broke loose for victory over NarJax No. lin the
cause of destruction for the win of the week the MATSG MARINE BKS 3 2 four touchdowns in his teams National Football League.
Hurricane Hunters when he defense broke loose and strapped DENTAL 2 3 second game of the week in which
crossed the goal line three times VP-56 with a 46-12 loss. Jackie GEMS 1 3VP56 they scored a 50-6 win over Jack White scored two touchdowns
for touchdowns. Dennis Vann Hunt found the end zone three 0 1MARTD Weapons. The Marines scored 20 while Hector Herret
complemented Miller's efforts times for touchdowns and once 0 4 points in the first half and 30. scored a touchdown and Jaci
Breese added
with a touchdown and three two- for a two-pointer in leading his more in the second half. Adding the win. a two-pointer for
pointers to make the win com- team to its fourth win of the with a, touchdown apiece and to Austin's totals were Gary
plete. season. Also scoring for MATSG John Black was credited with a Stiggers with two touchdownsand The win tied VP-16 with NarJax f
Alan Parker scored VW-4's were Robert Cruz with a TD and safety. Reubin Timmons, Lewis for the number two spot in the
lone touchdown. The loss was two point-after-attempts, Bill Wyatt and Terry Brown Jones and John Tullous with one league. It was NarJax's first loss
VW-4's first of the season after Richard Brotski and Gary Payne scored for VP-56. touchdown each of the season.

three straight wins.JaxFICEUR .
evened up their V. S
record at two wins and two lossesin q

the National Football Leaguelast .
week when they came from '
behind to down Hospital 148.
Hospital picked up eight pointson WELCOME
Walter Johnson's touchdownand
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FICEUR to a safety in the first ;! 'Y" "
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John Meyers scored two touch- &
downs and John Fruge scored a ,

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Gator BowlJax

Jj ; :' AFTER YOU'VE OWNED VOLVO Climaxing a week of

Navy activities in Jacksonville,

I WHAT ELSE IS THERE ? one Navy"Florida hundred and during Georgia fifty men half-time will from"Go

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ceremonies November 17 when
Georgia Tech meets the Naval
Academy football team at the
Jacksonville Gator Bowl.
i; After being sworm into service,
I the group will be formed into two
special recruit companies, each
11 11I representing their respectivestates.
.The two companies will be
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__ known as the Florida Gator and
11I ___ Georgia Gator Companies and
will carry their respective state
flag with them while undergoingnine
... .;:: .. .. weeks of basic training at
-ff$ ilW --. : ; _ the Recruit Training Center,
I Orlando, Fla.
I Cdr. William F. Reich, Com-
r M r? manding Officer, Navy
Recruiting District,Jacksonville,
stated that to his knowledge this
A : is the first time special recruit
r companies from both Florida and
Georgia have been enlisted at the
same time.
In addition to the special
enlistment ceremony, the Naval
Academy Drum and Bugle Corps
will also perform during the half-
time period.
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Swim classes
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beginning soonJax

-Registration for Fall and
Winter swimming lessons for
dependents,four years of age and
older, will be conducted from 8
There comes a time in ever) man'scars, on a J64.these things aren't a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through
life when he must leave his Volvo behind. luxuries. They standard equipment. Friday at Special Services,Bldg.

l And head,for the wide open spaces ,. The Volvo sports car ((1800ES) isn't 620.Classes will be'held Tuesday
..t "1 of a station wagon. Or the glitter of a exactly a sports car.: Its more like'a flying ''Wednesday and Thursday

luxury car. Or perhaps the dashIng world of trunk. It not only hauls (Car and Driver classes evenings 45 minutes for four each.weeks There with is

a sports car. Magazine clocked it from a standstill to a registration fee of three dollars
I
.' But while he must give up his Volvo 60 in 9.2 seconds), it carries. By stretching per registration child per will class be taken and by no
sedan, he doesn't have to give up owning the roof backward and the trunk floor telephone. -
-.: a Volvo. forward the 1800ES provides a carpeted Class schedules for each month
will be as follows: October -
The Volvo station wagon (the 145)) cargo area about 5 x 4' x 22" with the rear Tadpole ((5-5:45): ), Beginner ((5:45-:
has lots of wide open spaces. With the rear seat down. 6:30): ) and Advanced Beginners

seat down, there's enough room for a wherever, you roam, you'll still Beginner((6:30-7:15): ((5-5:45)); : November), Intermediate-

I six-foot sofa. And up front, for a 6/-foot be getting.the comforts and features of the ((5:45-6:30)), Swimmers ((6:30-:
I f. .. '. r person (actually, two 6/-foot persons). But Volvo sedan. Like fully-reclining bucket January 7:15): ); No Classes- Senior in Lifesaving December;

outside, our Volvo wagons are exactly the seats with an adjustable lumbar support ((5:30-7:30): ); February Junior
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time for UPICEMJax


F ( BITS I

seems like the baseball ,
season just started a couple of -

weeks ago but for those whoaren't U-PIC-EM BY RON HOWARDJax Assistant Exchange Of-
of it
aware the football
ficer is the Treasurer.
season is starting this weekend.So t .
if you're an avid Jax Air vfl' BALLOTNAME Buenos Dias, Mi There is a $2.00 fee for the '

News reader as well as an avid Amigos Having now card.
football fan it can mean only one { /, returned from a short tour
thing;it's time for the annual Jax in Rota, Spain I have a full The only instructor I

Air News-Latwinger U-PIC-EM report for sailors an- met, Lt. Cates of VQ-2, will

CONTEST. ticipating duty there. give you a check ride and

RANK OR TITLE, ___.___ AGE __ PHONE will explain the restric-
If you are not familiar with the tions and areas in which
contest, here is what it is all DUTY STATION __ SERVICE NUMBER The Rota Navy Yacht .
about: Every week you may sail com-
during the Club is
a fairly new addition
entire football season a ballot will (This week's games) mensurate with your
to the
appear in the Jax Air News with PENN STATE recreational abilities.
STANFORD facilities of that station.
eight college games and two pro

games scheduled to be played the ARIZONA STATE OKEGON The Club facilities are The prevailing winds are
weekend after each issue of the physically located in: the
from the East and small
Air News. DUKE
_TENNESSEE Bay of Cadiz and
craft warnings flew a good
Your part will be to guess FLORIDA ._KANSAS STATE surrounded by ships at the deal of the time we were
which team is going to win in docks. It is near the Acey-

each of the ten games. ARKANSAS SOUTHERN CAL ,_., Duecey Club, the AFRTS there. But some days are
so ideal that the gusty ones
station and the
Also, each week one of the ten AUBURN OREGON STATE riding are soon forgotten.
games will be chosen as the tie stables. It is com-

breaker. That means you must LSU COLORADO plemented by five Snipes The boats are as well
guess the score of that game justin and three Nimrods.The .
case somebody else should GEORGIA TECH SOUTH CAROLINA maintained as is possiblein

come up with a perfect ballot like that super-salt en-
SAN FRANCISCO MIAMI
equipment storageand
vironment. There
yours. Then whoever comes are
closest to the actual score will be DALLAS CHICAGO checkouts are handledby moorings for private

declared the winner for the an elderly Spaniard yachts if you anticipatethat

week.- named Baltasar. He is long a tour.
All have to do to enter is
you fill
TIE-BREAKER:Predict the final score on the game between unique in that he speaks no
out a ballot, pick the winners
guess the tie-breaker and then, LSU and Colorado. Indicate winners in other games by a check English whatsoever. If Rental prices are $1.00

put it in the red ballot box that mark. you present a club card, per hour for either type or
BALLOT BOXES for NAS and Cecil Field are located at the
will be located near the Main you get a boat. If you do you can purchase an an-
Navy Exchanges near the Lay-Away counters or ballots can be
Exchange Lay-Away counter at brought to the respective newspaper offices. Ballots must be in not have a card, you're in nual pass for $15.00 and

Jax to the and Jax Cecil Air or you News can bring it by 1 p.m.every Friday or they won't be picked up and no ballots for a linguistic duel. receive unlimited usage.So .
office
in
will be accepted at the newspaper offices after this time.
Bldg. 1 Room 230 or to the Lat-
To obtain
a card, with if you're bound for
winger office at Cecil Field. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiniiinni
The deadline for ballots will be prior sailing experience, Rota, novice or award

1 p.m.on Fridays.After that time go to the Navy Exchange winner, be sure to check

.all ballots will be collected and noL Officer. The receptionist, a the Sail Club and the many

more will,,be atcepted., Without,Advertising You Wouldn't! t Know! ,lovely sort, is the Yacht other facilities.. Hasta
1 The contest is sponsored by the Club Secretary and the Luego.
Holt Publishing Company,
publishers of the Jax Air News, -

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1 <., football action last week, Medical 20-6 with quarterbackShort with a banquet at Lake Newnamand
't I f I.J I.i 'I.-1 VA-45 posted pair of wins to move running for one TD and what a banquet it was.

\ into first place. Meeting the passing ,for two more, with the
Marine Barracks on Wednesday, aerial strikes going to Landryand
J VA-45 showed a fine offense and a Barr. Medical's lone tally INTRAMURAL. GOLF STANDINGS .
( f s I f very stubborn defense in downingthe came on a 60 yard bomb from : "'J*:':'..,
i f FTLi men from Yellowater 22-0. James to Harris. y '
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VA-174, without the services of GOLF VA-83 ,1Ii ; "
; ,r I Ii Don Jackson, handed VA-105 its The Cecil Field Mens Golf Supply rri\ r .:. i ; ; second defeat of the week by a Association held a two-day AMD No.1 ; ';; 7
: I score of 18-0.On Thursday, VA-37 Labor Day Tournament and hada Admin .i 6
: 1 had their hands full against total of 50 participants. VA-37 ;! ('4F,. '' 5
i I- NAMTD, finally winning in Although down by several CLAW-1 ''\\\P1"'f-.t.; i' 3
P I overtime 7-6. Robie Robertson, strokes, Pepe Rosa fired a 35 on NAMTD A {rf( ,':. 3
VA-37's versatile quarterback, the back nine to force a Sudden VA-45 <: '" h. r. ::.. 3
just couldn't get it together with Death playoff on the 1st hole.Low VA-81 _.,;z,;. t.ffr.:: \:/! 2
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NAMTD. With eight returning with Art Cape 2nd. Longest drive VA-105 \ '..}= .? '.If 0
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BOQ ..5038
I Admin 49th38th
CLAW-1 4840
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GEMD 4246
AIMD Staff 42-46
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How we hate to see summer's end for we know we will have to wait __ Pritchard ,216572.
all winter long before we will see girls like Corinna Tsopai on the Long :"k 213 -577
beach again.r The Cecil Field Womens Golt Association held its first annual Conoway N 202-564
meeting last week and elected Ginny Wiggs for Club president. Also Austin 201561
elected for office was Gussie Gusnanas for vice-president and Lil Dyer Brown 203550
for treasurer. Mary Hall was made an honorary lifetime member for Gezelbracht 2 6522
all the contributions she has made to this organization. Defending
champion Louise.. White walked oft with another victory on the first SKIN DIVING
Lou Webber"YOUR play day. r' The Florida Skin Divers
.. Association will hold their Fourth
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I Intramural bowling leagues see lot of position changes-- I IJax


-- With the ning four games from the rolled a 225 against the Other league action saw tied by the Gaffers when
Imramural Bowling Dragons last week and Lifers. Adam Robertson FICEUR 5 sweep the the Gaffers won three
season now in its fifth running their record to 16 rolled ,a 201 in the Lifers Hangovers and the Rebels from them. '
week, a lot of teams are wins and no losses. Benny only win. take three from. the VW-4 The Leprechauns madea
still going. from position to Lynn handled the The Mad Foxes pickedup Chiefs. big move last week when

position while trying to leadership chores for their first three.wins of Pacific League they went from a 5-7
establish a foothold for the Solex 5 with a 211 game. the season last week when The Splitmakers were record to a 9-7 record witha
rest of the season in one of Joe Farley helped his they rolled against the still the top dogs in the sweep of the Pop Tops.
the top spots in their team to three wins and Marine Barracks and Pacific League standingslast William Shirley rolled a

leagues.Atlantic. enabled them to stay close Danny Harris rolled a 200 week after a sweep of 204 game for the Rookies
LeagueIn behind Solex 5 when he, game. Wallbangers. last week but his team only

the Atlantic Leaguethe .. ............. The only team to, so far, managed one win againstthe
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foothold on first.place last INTRAMURAL Splitmakers is the Holy Women's Lib team strucka
week whey they lost four to Rollers, who stayed only a blow against the
the NarJax team. As a BOWLING STANDINGSAMERICAN half game behind with a Hustlers when they won -
result NarJax moved from sweep of the Dragons No. 2 three.
their third place spot of a LEAGUEW NATIONAL LEAGUE team.
week ago to a, tie for first L W L Pacific League action
with the Dirty % Dozen LATE CHARGERS 10 2 SOLEX 5 16 0 last week also included the
GOOD AND BAD 9 3 RAT PACK 12 4 Remember:
team. The Dirty % Dozen Mad Foxes No. ,2 team
LEFTOVERS 8 4 FICEURS 10 6
gained their 11-5 record CROSSED BANANAS 6 6 LIFERS 9 7 taking three from the there are babes ..
when they took three from HURRICANES 6 6 REBELS 7 5 NADS, the Budmen taking
in the woods
Six Pack. BUSCH LEAGUERS 5 3 HANGOVERS 7 9 three from the Trippersand
George McCune and Bob WOODPECKERS 3 5 CHIEFS "' 5 11 the Gutter Rats taking
ROSE'S RAIDERS MAD FOXES 3 9
Swain helped the Mo Fos SUPERSTARS 0 i 12 7 MARINE BKS 3 13 2fe from the Jitterbugs.
better their record con- DRAGONS 0 8 Continental League

siderably when they rolled PACIFIC LEAGUE The GEMS maintained -- '- "

big games and led their CONTINENTAL LEAGUEW W L their top spot in the .
team to four wins over SO. L SPLIMAKERS 14 2 Continental League last r V
GEMS 3 HOLY ROLLERS 132Y < .
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McCune rolled a 211 while week with the aid of a 211 '
GAFFERS 10 6 MAD FOXES 8 4
Swain rolled a 200. THUNDERBOLTS 10 6 BUDMEN / 7 5 game from Leonard
The Bean Burners were PIN BUSTERS 9 7 WALLBANGERS 7 9 Crowder and three wins .. ttT'.,
another Atlantic League LEPRECHAUNS 9 7 TRIPPERS 6 10 from the Pin Busters. .o o
team aided to a sweep by a ROOKIES 8 8 JITTERBUGS 5 11 The Thunderbolts still e
GU'M'ERRATS 4 lllf.z
HUSTLERS 7 9
big game when Ken Devoy WOMEN'S LIB 6 10 NADS 3 9 held second place after dvvrtulng contributed lot the public good
rolled a 202 to help his CHAMECHS ,5 11 DRAGONS No.2 0 4 last week but they were
team conquer the Loafers. POP TOPS 3 13

The only other match in ATLANTIC LEAGUEW .

the Atlantic League last L / vAT CEASE CMEN .. :. : .. t.
week saw Residue and NARJAX 11 5 ,
AFEES battle to a standoff DIRTY AFEES H DOZEN 11 10 5 6 1II1LT-ON JUST ANNOUNCED :

when,both teams won two i
BUDS 9 7
BUSCH
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League FASO 6. 6 ,
When you're hot, you'rehot MOFOS 7 9 .
,and the Solex 5 team in SIX PACK 7 9 MilitaryGetaway
BEANBURNERS 5 7 "
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01 : iy3JAX SPORT BRIEFS .,, m'J"I:, :..;.\\I!

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f ," ENLISTED ROD AND GUN CLUB is 12 years or older. Ip 1J'i"i{

f RECREATION 'GETS ACQUAINTED' For further information: /
''i COMMITTEE MEETING Jax\- The NAS Jax Rod Contact CW02 Adams 01 rtI iG .<

Jax -- The Enlisted and Gun Club will hold a Cdr. Zimmerman .at t Ext.
; Recreation Committee of special "get acquainted" 3337 or 3338. c ::
the Composite Recreation meeting Friday, Sep- .,;;
Fund, NAS Jax, is tember 14 from 5:30: to 8 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.=::::::::::::::::::":=::::n::::":::"::":"::::: : ,HJ't! ;;l

I scheduled to meet at 9 p.m. at Bldg. 371.. Bring a : :;
r a.m. this morning, friend and enjoy the Middiesvs. :,:;

in Conference Room No. 1, refreshments and get -.71.. .'j,

I i Bldg. 1. All designated acquainted. :. ; .
J I.\ primary or alternate LOCAL SURFERS ; >
'; !I members are urged to FINALISTS IN VIRGINIA Ga. TechNovember !.;
attend. If you have missed 2f,:-
Jax--John of
Wright
the meeting as read ",
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NARU and Jon Motes of '17 !..:
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give someone \
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know on the Committee a Ops in theGator NEW BOARD MEMBERS- The HAS Jax Ladles Golf Association
call. You might have Navy East Coast Surfing recently elected new Board members. The members are (L to R): ,',:'.,'
missed something important Championships that were Bowl Cookie Kennedy, Berv McAleer (with club), MJttle.SHI, Polly Tieslau, :'. "
\ "' recently held at Dam Marion Miller, Nelda Bradt, Gay Cotton, Helen Harrison, Penney ',::: ;'
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t t": .. Neck, Virginia and they Bennett, Grace Carrier and Gloria Gourtney (Chairman). Not pic ,f. .
tured are: Jean Muncie, Lit Jacobs, Dutch Decker, Claire Groskopf .
both finished in the top six. *
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Congratulations, gen- :
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An organizational
1 meeting will be held on HUNTER AND

Wednesday, September 19 FIREARM SAFETY FERGUSON'S FURNITURE, CO. ;
i at 9:30: a.m in Bldg. 563 for COURSE
tl' the purpose of discussing Jax The NAS Jax

j the coming handball Weapons Department will

;I, season and organizing any conduct a Florida Game Featuring AMERICAN HERITAGE FURNITURE ; ',
i prospective teams. All and Fresh Water Fish

I i units or commands in- Commission Hunter and =1'' .in solid pine cherry maple birch
terested in participatingare Firearm Safety Course ? .. i '..1
during the Month of Oc t r JJJ.\.\ .,",
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asked to have a team ''' .",
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meeting. civilian employees and I., courteous ::: ;'"
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eligible dependents ,., "
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terested in attending the 'k sincere service.. t 1' :.
SEASON STARTING course can apply at 12
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Jax The Intramural are.. .I
1 Tennis will be 11 at the Rod and Gun
season ; :
Club, Bldg. 371'corner( of .
getting underway Monday,
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teams vying for the station The course will consistof 5039 TIMOTHY LANE PHONE 314- 921 :;;.]

crown. Matches will be ten hours of classroom (WHERE LAKE SHORE CROSSES BLANDING ) :;JJ';::
played every afternoon at time plus Range and Field JFOOTBALL "

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Mustin Road. If you have a person. This money will go ,. ,
:A ,favorite team or if you just to the Florida Game and
want to watch some good Fresh Water Fish Com-
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