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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: October 4, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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of the Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endowment of products or services advertised' .'" ; ".

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.. .( ,.' is official now..Thenew which might delay the According: a Chief of 9
Naval information i
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money from the pay increase is that message, the U.S. Senate 1
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15 paychecks,
Oct.
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voted 28 to make
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official effective date of this J
released the new
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Mr. year's federal pay raise
scales yet",
Boyette, local finance pay
for all military personnel
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officer, has it white
and civilian collar :
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the increase workers Oct. 1.. j
increase for military
and 4.77 may not be seen until the If the official pay scales f
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personnel "all at- hit the local Navy Finance 1
y increase is expected Oct. 30 pay day,
2 "'" 'j'\ percent for the civilian tempts to pay the increaseon Office in time to show the j jincre'ase

white collar workers. Oct. 15 will be made," ,it will be paid on
concluded. Oct. 15. '
"1 "The only hang-up LCdJ.Boyette I

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policy explainedThe II
Lieutenants Robert Newcomb (Mayport) and Murray Frocking

Malone, NAS Jax,are, seen here with United Way Poster
Boy Carroll Norris, Lt. Malone was instrumental in Navy has sent out a members will be entitledto fects weight limit for

assisting the Combined Federal Campaign of message which covers the I. D. Cards, club, mess frocked members, who

Jacksonville and in setting.up Federal Campaigns complete Navy Frocking and berthing privileges; receive PCS orders the

throughout Duval County. "This is the most worthwhile Policy. Here is what is' parking permits, base weight limit for the per- ;

project for our total community," Lt. Malone related. says. housing lists, etc., of the manent paygrade. i

Many of the naval personnel living in, Jacksonville NAVOP MSG 261825Z frocked paygrade unless ((6) Any administrative ;

benefit.,.in a direct way from the Combined Federal Sept 73: "NAVOP has restricted by law. or punitive action taken f.

Campaing agent les. established a pilot frocking ((3)) Obligated service for against the frocked in-

program for E-7 selectees frocked personnel is to be dividual must be based on

14 Exceed 100% CFG mark; from the August 72 ad- counted from the the permanent. enlisted ';1
: vancement examinationsand authorized advancementdate paygrade. ;j'

ComAirASWing One leads Way was extended to in- not from the frocking (7)) Administrative, i
clude E-8 and E-9 selectees date. If the member elects withholding of permanent .

from the March 72 not to obligate at advancement of frocked I.
After two weeks of the 'VA-37, 125 PCT.; MAR selection board. authorized date his individual on receipt of I
Combined Federal BKS Cecil, 119 PCT.; VA-
The evaluation of the frocked rate will be advancement authorization -
Campaing drive, statistics 72, 119 PCT; COM- pilot frocking program has vacated with no reim- by the commanding
show that 14 commands PATWING 11, 114 PCT.;
been completed aqd the bursement for uniform or officer may be accomplished -
have exceeded the 100 Fleet Weather. Facility, determination has been withoutremimbursement
percent mark with a total Jax, 103 PCT.; and VA-15, made to continue the insignia. '" for
((4)) Eligible E-6 per-
of $68,495 pledged. 101 PCT. frocking of E-7, E-8 and E- sonnel opting for this uniforms or insignia.
Leading the way thus far The Combined Federal 9 selectees. This -NAVOP
program will purchase the ((8) If the eligible in-
is the newly assignedCOMAIRASWING Campaign gives you the authorizes, the frocking of
'uniform out-of-pocket and dividual opts for frocking,
One opportunity to 'support 61
the' E-8 and E-9 selectees
will receive the uniform aNA VPERS 1070-610 I
entryin
Staff with an over- local, national and international from the March 1973 .
whelming 181 percent services on one board E-7 selectees from allowance on being the e'nliste'd service
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authorized advancement record is to be made and )
total. Others exceeding the campaign; to fulfill all the January 1973 (inactive '
to E-7. must be signed by the
100 percent mark were: requests for charitablecontributions reserve) and February
VA-81 180 PCT. CVW-3 through a (5) The household ef individual:
; 1973 (active duty) advancement -
179 PCT.; VC-2 Det, 172 single gift (excluding our examinations,

PCT.; COMLATWINGOne own Navy Relief) and to and E-7 Meritorious .
158 PCT.; DMA use payroll withholdingsas selectees from the '"

Hydrographic Center, 144 in other leading placesof January 1973 board in .,' .
PCT.; VA-83, 141 PCT.; employment.The accordance with the 'V' "

Naval Air Reserve assigned goal for the following stipulations: ,, : ,, :'

:.;: Training Center area has been set at at A. All eligible E-6, E-7 ;' ,1\ ...:\.,: ,

...;..... Jacksonville, 132 PCT.; $325,000.Support and E-8 personnel will be 'L,I '' .': > '.'.." '
': frocked with the exceptionof .. 198th' : :

the following: .
(1)) Those individuals

CFC whose commanding of- "I\'J'l BIRTHD4Ji

ficer considered not .
qualified to be frocked and CELEBRATION

therefore,not qualified for
advancement. HOO VL OCT T3

J X. AIJR NEWS (2) Individuals who do

not desire to be frocked.B. Flagpole .
,
;: The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Frocking is an ad-.' ceremony near Idg.,,1 ,
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, ministrative authorizationto '
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a' '
private f irm.All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS wear the uniform of a 6n Partl{ 1 Bni
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box i, NAS higher grade, without in- y IbJi&U

1,.. Jacksonville, by 1200 noon on Monday before publication. creased pay and
News Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 allowances. It ,does not
;.i' or Ml 9. change the permanent Former CNO ADM D L
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made McDonald,USNOtet)
available for without, status nor does it authorize
purchase use or patronage regard to speakert' '
j race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, entitlements governed by
'.j user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this statue incident to "nor- I

,:..I.", policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the mal" advancement; the
refusal to print advertising from that source
following provisions apply *I IEMIIITI't
t;, Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries T
-r"' concerning such should be directed tot : .
I ', (1) Entitlements basedon $ 1ryTC DISfU*

; 9-f THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY law, or regulations .

... -:0..1 4747 San Juan Ave.,Jacksonville,Fla.32210 issued pursuant thereto,
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AFFILIAtI Telephone 387.3566 are payable only on"normal" ."--, ,
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I Jax Air Show set for Nov. 34JaxNAS ., ". &:t eli'J

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Jax will open its gates to the public at 10 a.m. Saturday and Sunday,

Nov. 3 and 4, as "Naval Aviation Salutes Jacksonville" with a two-day air show.On "-- ,
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the program will be the A graduate of both the "Mustang", then he moved to the ;,I .:
"Red Devils", whizzing throughthe Air Force and Navy test pilot F8F and with his father formedthe ,'II ..".
air in their Pitts Pipers as 'schools, Hoover started testing "Bearcats"-the world's first '
they perform aerobatic stunts. aircraft as an Army Air Corps High Performance Civilian l 4
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Charlie Hillar, leader of the pilot in North Africa during Flight Demonstration Team. Ir?!: H .. --. i ttc

"Devils", is the reigning Men's World War II. Other acts scheduled for the .. ,. '..II ,. t '

World Acrobatic Champion. The Through the European-Middle "Naval Aviation SalutesJacksonville" '" uu I. #
other two members of the team tIU [\ '
East-Africa theater, he was air show here t1t 1&11 ..."
Gene Soucy and Tom assigned to demonstrate to include: Dutch Schulden and the
Poberenezny, rank tops in the fighter pilots the maximum War' Birds, flying the P-5A
National Aerobatics category.All performance capability of "Mustang" and the F4F "Cor-
three of the "Devils" American aircraft. sair" World War II aircraft; the

participated in last year's In The only man to have served Navy Parachute Team;; Ed

ternational Aerobatics World two terms as president of the Mahler in the PJ295 Acrobatic sn
Meet. Society of Experimental Test aircraft; and a demonstration of
Representing the Army at the Pilots, he is now Executive the F-4 "Phantom" ejection seat.
air show will be the "SliverEagles"
Assistant to the Senior Vice
helicopter demonstration President of North American For your pre-show en-

team.Operating Rockwell. tertainment, the North Florida -
the OH-6A Cayuse Joining the other aerobatic Model Flying Club will take to the
light observation helicopter; the pilots will be the youngest high air at about 10:30: a.m. and the
seven-man team presents a fast- performance acrobatic pilot in largest variety of static displaysever

moving performance which the country, J.W. "Corky" assembled in this area will 1 ,
proves the versatility of Fornof. be available for viewing in the LIFE SAVERS-Lti. Vic Fox (Left) and Kevin Buckley, attached to I.

helicopters and thrills their 'Corky" has thrilled thousandsas vacinity of Hangar 1000. VP-54, saved the life of a civilian pilot Thursday night when they
audience. one of the top air. show attractions guided him to a safe night landing with a P-3 after he lost all lightingand
The "Silver Eagles" were in the United States. The Air Show will start at 1 navigation gear In the middle of a rain shower. Lt. Tom Dyer.(nof ;

established last year by directionof First it was 'with his P-51 p.m. shown) also aided in the rescue.

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A dual flying job by a single WELCOME .

pilot is also scheduled for the air '<"' :
show. Bob Hoover, world-known .
test pilot and aerobatics star,will .'.
put both the P-51 "Mustang" and < ., ;
the "Shrike Commander" ",". :-. .
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Program is Nov. 1. i {' r;" i .t n f ,
Each year the Navy and : : :
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1600 scholorships to The welcome you as new members of our great <" 'K ', f
young men and women entering community. We believe that you r 1\\! t'

college as freshmen.The will "home want ': '
enjoy your new portand we t"i :

all scholarship tuition, books benefits, generalfees include t :.;:!.. to serve your banking needs as we serve so many of ",,- 't' ;; .'I ri
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procedures for applying are your closest Full Service_ Bank. .; "
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Bulletin that can be acquired ,. For convenient, efficient and .j f\\ .. [

from high school counseling ',' courteous service, bank with i, "I>
offices, Miami and Jacksonville ? .r:
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McWhirt serves with the "Mad .
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Navy Achievement Medal aboard the USS JOHN F. KENNEDY from the Navy in the presence of his family. Also attending and performing .
(CVA-47). CDR. R.J. Kelly, CO of VA-72,made the presentation. the ceremonies was CDR H.B. Giedilnski, CO of the Black. .
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in the USN when he reenlisted for TWO years. The oath was ad. part of his retirement ceremonies culminating over 30 years of active I
I ministered by CDR PN N. Puerling, CO of the Gunslingers.MOTOROLA Naval Service. Entering the Navy 10 October 1942, Chief Danielson t .
t served as Senior Enlisted Advisor on the staff of Commander Light .
Attack Wing ONE from 1 March 1971 until his retirement on 31 July b.. :-

II I 1973. AMH1 John H. Miller of VA-1C5

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I H -11 award winners ready to move hereJaxFresh II

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Anti-Submarine Squadron (HS-ll) is now in the process of moving here from h
NAS Quonset Point, R.I.
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Cdr. Charles L. Fries, HS-11 skipper, was on hand at the Tailhook Reunion last c,
month to receive the prestigious Admiral "Jimmy" Thach Award as the most F
outstanding ASW carrier-based squadron in the Navy.,

The trophy, sponsored by the Grumman Aircraft'Corporation, will be retained
by the squadron. for the next year. ,

This award is the result of the continously high ASW operational readiness and
meritorious achievement of the 35 officers and 152 enlisted men of HS-11 during

the year while embarked aboard USS Intrepid for deployments to both the North.
Atlantic and Mediterranean.The .

"Dragon Slayers" were also recipients of the Arnold J. Isbell Trophy,
which is awarded to an AIRLANT and AIRPAC HS, VS and VP squadron for
ASW excellence. ,
A detachment of squadron personnel already onboard NAS Jax and is busily'
preparing for the arrival of their helicopters early this month: : .;.."
HS-11 will officially arrive here Oct. 17.HS15 .

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ficially arrive here Oct. 15, has embarked aircraft will provide The HS-3G "Sea King" :;i::::: :;:':;:;:;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:':.:.;:::::::::::::::\:,: ,

been involved in the testing and control of the sea through helicopter served as the interim lj TRAILER HITCHES !;
evaluation of the Interim Sea protection of amphibious forces, aircraft until the arrival of the -
Control Ship Project.The underway replenishment groups SH-3H model in the early Fall of
squadron has been and merchant convoys againstthe 1972.. I.; & TOW BARS 1 1fcrawm
operating aboard USS Guam threat from enymy surface, A multi-sensor, multi-purpose "
(LPH-9) in conjunction with sub-surface and air forces which configuration of the Sea King h::::: :: ::: : : :::::::rWEQUALIZER ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

Marine Attack Squadron 513, might be encountered in the sea series, the SH-3H is designed for HITCHES
equipped with the AV-8 line of communication.HS15 the effective implementation of
"Harrier", a vertical-takeoff jet engaged in its first at-sea the sea control mission. ;
aircraft. operations aboard USS Guam The squadron is under the y
less than three months afters the command of Cdr. James V.
squadron's commissioning< in Davis. -

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We Can Fit Any Make Auto or Truck!

VA203JaxCdr. MOWSIISWIICOMIO GIFTS Light Hook-up I;
Serving Entire West Jacksonville i,1J'
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Bobby S. Morgan E |\iiH .full 0/).\:r, nur/for/ Jacket E:=I ; ,, j
became the new commanding *Hardware .S4ua. .Table' Wear IVI".UO ::
officer of Reserve Attack RR.pnrIfalrnata: Aery'!iioru't *Othvr G Squadron (VA)>203 Saturdaywhen I Ii WET S1ORAGE'MARINE HOISTS'HULL nAVICE.YACHT BROKER .
he relieved Cdr. James S. EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTIOARO. STERN DRIVE INBOARD '
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS MOTORS. CANOES aM TRAILERS
Bassett. t AandL
Guest speaker at the change of PIER 17 MARINA, INC. .

command ceremonies was a ROOSEVELT BLVD ORTECA RIVER TRUCK & TRAILER RENTALS
RAdm Richard G. Altmann, t'
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Reserve p" M r (h.srd MarifWI Pip )l1.AH' OPEN SUNDAY
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Naval in .
Operations Thunderbird Starcraft Mfg Troian Grumman T-Craft
Washington, D.C. T iT i i f ' I I (Next door to Putt-Putt) (I
A graduate of the University of j'
Mississippi, Cdr. Morgan was, ---- I
commissioned as a Naval officerin ,
1956 and served on active duty
for eight years. AUTHENTIC FASHIONS from
One of his several assignmentswhile
on active duty was with
Fighter Squadron 41, which
proved the operational reliabilityof .
Cuban the F-4 missle"Phantom"crisis. during the INDIA TURKEY & MEXICOr.

Since his separation from
active duty in 1964, Cdr.Morgan
has been affiliated with the $ 00 .
Reserves in Norfolk, Va. Before .
becoming skipper of VA-203, he } $1500 : -1 W'.' :

served Airborne as the Executive Early Warning Officerof TO ) :

Squadron 78 with the Naval Air 0

Reserve Unit, Norfolk.In : I,

the absence of Cdr. Morgan, .
LCdr R.W. Twilde will,serve as T I1 .

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I.. Jax Yes, Sailoryou can have a- "cool one" and help the enl *
1 l vironment at the same time.If you"Pitch In",that is.
l All you have to do is throw that empty aluminum can you just emp-
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' tied into one of the specially marked recycling drums located around
NAS Jax.
'I" Established by NASJAXINST 6240.3, NAS Jax now has an official
I program to collect and recycle all-aluminum beverage cans and other

household aluminum generated here. .
t, t According to the instruction, "Active participation and cooperation
f of every activitiy in the recycling program will result in a significant
number of benefits..These benefits include direct support for NAS
Jacksonville and community groups (through money received for
returned aluminum), conservation of our natural resources,
decreased litter and associated costs, favorable publicity for the U.S.
Navy, and the satisfaction of having taken steps to protect our en
vironment." .
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recyclable aluminum cans are currently valued at$200 per ton..
Any department, activity or civic group (Wives Club, Boy Scouts, ,r
Teen Center, etc.) attached to or associated with the air station can
\ apply in writing to the Commanding Officer for permission to participate i
I ", in the recycling program for a specified pupose or project.
j The group will be afforded a share of the profits for their project
commensurate with their participation. FIGHTING SICKLE CELL ANEMIA-Malor| Baker (Center), coordinator of the JacksonvilleYouth

I : All the group has to do is coordinate donations of cans from their Congress, receives a check to help Fight Sickle Cell amemla on behalf of the Jacksonville
NAS Jax CO, as CSl Duane Blackman, NAS
G. Sizemore
Officers Wives Club from Capt. William
I own personnel and assist the master-at-arms in their operation of the
,looks Volunteers are urgently needed I if NAS Jax is
Chairman on.
Cell Anemia Fund Drive
Sickle
Jax
recycling center,located west of the Teen Center,Bldg.537.
to meet its fund drive goal.,If you're interested in making a contribution, call CSl Blackman, RMI
: How do you tell if a can is aluminum? Simple. If a magnet sticks to
I the side of the can, it's not aluminum. Young or CS2 Fredeluces at Ext. 2419.

; You say you don't usually carry a magnet around in your pocket?
I' Then feel the can. If it's lightweight andsmooth to the touch with no .1; 141'A r u a III
1 side seam, you've got a winner. f[. = '" ".I..Co/
Drink up-then "Pitch In", 11 '
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\ will be offering special price,r percent below regular Com-
} reductions on a number of missary Store prices.Approximately .
i\ selected items to celebrate Navy 120 items will
} Birthday. be featured during the sales week
t As part of the Navy Resale and these items will be

r r. System salute to members of the highlighted with special signs. w } k i / 4 .
Navy family, the CommissaryStore The Commissary Store joins S r
will be holding a birthday with other Navy Resale activities
celebration event for one ,week in wishing all members of the I 4.HS .
beginning Saturday, Oct. 13 Navy family. a' happy 198th birthday -

:. through Oct. 20. .
Items to be featured at special "We're celebrating in the best -S CHIEF RETIRESASMC John E. Brown (4th from Right) Is congratulated by Cdr. Allen I... I
prices have been selected by the way that we can..by providing Kruger, HS-5 skipper, after retiring aboard USS Independence. Shown are (L-R): ,AMSC Virgil N.
Commissary Store Office through authorized customers with Crank, ADCS James L. Browns, ADRC Eddie B. Patton, AEC Richard Gibson, ATC Walter F.
direct negotiation with quality'products at extra-special Warden,Cdr. Kruger,Chief Brown,ABCS Philip A. Reader,AMCS James F. Flyntzand AWCS LeroyJ.
manufacturers and suppliers. prices," said WO J.W. Huston, Holcomb. HS-5 is one of HS squadrons that will be transferred here in the near future.

I, -- _Commissary Store Officer. II

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1 Llvlngroom, Dishwasher, Spanish Fur.
I. 60' PARKWOOD nishings. .,v' :T t,
3 Big Bedrooms, IVj Bath, Name Brand $9775
Appliances, Frost Free Refrlg., Deluxe KraesxsL.
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Raised) Kitchen, Beautiful Blue
70' PARKWOOD 1 1's. Financing
Bellheaven I Furnishings:
4 Large Bedrooms, 17' Llvlngroom, IVi $8775 u i riJLIfA.. >A Aj
Bath, Deluxe Range, Frost Free Refrlg., '
Dishwasher, Central AC. 24x65 FLEETWOOD r
3 Large Bedrooms, Large Den, Bassett. 1
$10,445 Furnishings, Looks like a House. Service

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; 2 Extra Large Bedrooms, 2 Extra Large tgJPer.o: ii ii el
Bath, Eat-In. Kitchen Deluxe furniture. 24x44 FLEETWOOD
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1948 Blanding Boulevard ,. PREMIUMBEER- i' ,<,. '; ;PNONL44I }:
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STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO Closed Tuesdays Saturday : ; :_' ..o i' YIW:>

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Mint automatic Welcome Aboard Coffee. Shown (L-R) are: Jackie Howard (Mrs.
an R.M.), President; Debbie Lesley (Mrs. R.J,1st Vice Presedent;and
Nanci Robbins (Mrs. T.F.), 2nd Vice President.


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' \\1 secondincome Welcome Aboard CoffeeJaxThe


Jacksonville Officers' workers and Patsy Harlow (Mrs.
Wives Club (JOWC) held its first C.E.) encouraged everyone interested
function of the year, a Welcome to sign up for the Oc
? Aboard Coffee,on Sept. 26 at the tober Red. Cross Volunteer
NAS.Jax Officers Club. course.
Guest speakers for the function Vice President Nancil Robbins
were Mr. Earl Huntley, (Mrs. T.F.) reminded the
President of the Jacksonville City members that the JOWC Bazaar
Council,and Mr.'George Custer, would be held on Nov. 29. Aside
: Orange Park Town Manager.Both from the usual assortment of
: See us or yourdisbursing gentlemen welcomed the booths with their vast variety of
: SSSG wives and expressed their desireto "goodies,"Santa Claus will be at
officer see more Navy wives become the Bazaar from 2-4 p.m.
actively involved in their JOWC members can sign up fora
respective city's functioning. wide variety of classes.Some of
for details JOWC President Jackie those available this year include
i Howard (Mrs. R.M.) introducedthe lessons in tennis,art,decoupage,
elected board and the various golf and even belly dancing.
committee chairmen. Well over 130 women attendedthe
Helen Sizemore, wife of the board-sponsored Coffee,
:'..it's .Y. NAS Jax commanding officer, which was organized by Vice
gteat
.i informed the JOWC members of President Debbie Lesley (Mrs.
to be the need for more Navy Relief R.J.).

in tfyesavings

'First WESTSDE! TOYOTA ING,

'.' JACKSONVILLE'S NO. 1
::', 'CPamilr'" a QUALITY

ORIENTED SMALL CAR DEALEF*


\ CPlSTCPEDE DEPENDABLE TOYOTA TRADE INS!

4L 73 PINTOSWAT,R&H,Roof Rack Nice $2595
72 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 Spd, R&H,Vinal Roof,Sharp
; and foaii association $1195
72 DODGE DEMON"MO"AT.R&H,P.S.,VInal

: of Jacksonville 72 Roof DODGE COLT4 Speed,R&H,Vinal Roof U95$245

( _. 72 TOYOTA CELICAST4Speed. R&HAC,Vinal
9 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU .' Roof S2S95
tl1ll! 72 MGB ROADSTER Sharp $2tS
I DOWNTOWN DUIIEEVlUEHAHCH =-' 71 FORD RANGER XLT AT' R&H P.S., P.B., AC
Ado,ns and Jyfia 'liS N.Mpt4 A"*. _.. ..... 71 Camper FIATtSO-Top MJ
PH.3544443SOUTHWEST PH.356-4175 Hardtop Coupe Sharp SU95
71 M.G.B.CONV.Nice Car $235
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1 PH.771.o.t22 PH.358-1204 DODGE S1215
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Goteway SK.ppW g Center 101 M.Avm.4it R.od 70 VOLVO Speeds RAH;Nice Transportation S.59SER .
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,v as-. r. 1r1'q Jax-Capt. A.P. Lesperance will relieve Capt. W.J. Vaught as
Commander Patrol Wing Eleven at a Change of Command ceremony
today at 2 p.m. in Hangar 1000.
Prior to reporting to the Wing Capt. Lesperance was the Commanding -
Officer of the USS Neosho (AO.143).
The new skipper is a graduate of Columbia University, the U S.
Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey, Calif and the National War
College Washington, D.C.
'L He enlisted in the U.S. Naval Service in January 1944 and was
designated a Naval Aviator in July 1947. Prior to receiving his commission .
4 as Ensign in July 1948 he served in the fleet as an Aviation

Midshipman.Capt. .
Lesperance's experience in Patrol Aviation and Antisubmarine -
V Warfare includes assignments with Patrol Squadrons 4,
29 and 10 flying the P-2V Neptune; Operational Control Center Officer
R. y MI and Intelligence Officer on the Staff of Commander,Fleet AIr Wing 11;
Commanding Officer of Patrol Squadron 19 flying the P-3 Orion; and
,. :' ; Navigator of the Antisubmarine Warfare Carrier USS Yorktown
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His other duty assignments ; Naval
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carpeted showroom. .over 8,000 exciting items. everything :'.. v'; THURS. 10-1 at the ,
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series of articles designedto offering certain models, .,
t .1 aid'' the potential boat equipped with them. I :

t tt buyer. In the following The motor is an inboard engine,

article, we'll talk about but the driveunit is very,similar
: ,_ to that of an outboard. Thus, the 'd
more of the factors buyers boat can maintain the charac

should consider. outboard in of
t teristics of an ease u
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The bottom of a boat will Inboard engines are used

I ti determine, to large extent, the mostly on larger boats, but many

I _____ : speed and ride that will be ob- runabouts are equipped with
tained. The main types of bot them. They are very powerful

toms used in pleasure boat and if maintained properly are ". ...
t. construction are the semi-V, very dependable sources .of

deep-V, and round. power. '
Seml-V hulls, give a slight V .
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cooled imboard engines have ": *
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become very popular.They cost a ';t'
y widely used on wooden boats witha "
,4 planing hull since it will get you little more, but lengthen the life ', "G:
of the engine considerably. U an :'II'
on top of the water very easily.In < .
IT'S TIME TO STOCK UP FOR HALLOWEEN and the Navy Exchange is the place to do your choppy water, it will have a inboard engine is considered, ',4 .
shopping. Drop by and see the displays of candy and treats for the "ghosts and goblins'4 in the aisles to offer take a close look at the ad,5
tendency a, more jerky
near the cosmetic counter. of a fresh water cooling /.\
.. ride than some other types of vantages ".*ti, .!J
bottoms. system. :, ';
The deep-V type of hull is very Diesel engines are often used H"-,.
on larger boats. The initial cost -f
popular on fiber ,glass hulls. If ., ,
CIF is great, but these engines are / rc: 't"
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you look at the hull from the stern t "
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notice a definite V shape.It the cost of fuel is about half that :',t
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rides deeper in the water of gasoline. '... ;
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than the semi-V hull and, as a Twin engines should be con- !;, .;
a result, is more stable. This hull sidered If the boat is over 30 feet c
Pq performs well in choppy water long. The twin engines add to the .*".< 'J

and is usually a fast hull. ease of maneuvering, especially "" :\',,\

The round bottom hull has been around the docks and in close < .

used by boat builders for many situations. r
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years. A characteristic of this They give the crew a great ,
'hull is that it gives an easy roll sense of security should one _:

rather than a jerky motion when engine fail and cruising speed is '1:,

L---- underway. Many boatsmen increased. ...a
-_- : ._ prefer this type of bottom Fuel consumption will not / .

because of the smooth motion. double for:twin engines if they are ."
LEARNING HOW TO SERVE YOU BETTER-Jim Simmons, Personnel ;
a Specialist from, the '
,Types of Power kept in good running condition. .aTaThis
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The three basic types of power is due to the"/ dditional ; :
sales people of the,Jacksonville Navy Exchange. The seminar showed how to get along with'the used ; 1
for boating the out-
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horsepower the ,
public better, the right attitude to have when dealing with customers, and acquainted store personnelwith pushing same ;
board, inboard-outboard, and the weight which creates less '
strain .
other problems encountered in serving the public. ;;;;,
inboard .
engines.An on each individual engine. ,
outboard engine is one that .
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., c o ..e"'e..la Standing Boulevard fastened directly to the motor. made early whether or not you #,:'
When selecting an outboard will consider buying a used boat. .
Cedar Hills Shopping Center|
of Foods .
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size for the boat. Take into buying a used boat is that you
Every SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night is
'1 consideration the normal load of may be buying someone else'sproblems. .\\i

FAMILY NIGHT the boat, the use of it, and To avoid this, get a '
professional marine to ". ,
manufacturer's suggested surveyor )
STEAKNIGHT CHICKEN Your choice of& 0fl4(; maximum horsepower.A inspect the boat.. ',-J

boat used primarily for There, will be a fee for this \:.: :t

$199 D DUMPLINGS pulling water skiers will need a service, but it is worth every '.:' :..'..'j

CHOPPED STEAK more powerful engine than one penny if serious conside ttion is ,;
used primarily for fishing. It is a being given to the purchase of a :
3, Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ..and any 2 vegetables.. Bread and Butter good idea to select a motor that is particular boat. It is unwise to /,!

LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM DINNER 4 PM til 8 PM suitable for all around use.. buy a used cruiser without a ", ,.
Outboard engines will give the survey. : '
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Watch For Our Luncheon Meat Special 3t cents Monday Thru SaturdayYOUR boat :
a great deal of If you decide to buy a used boat 't,'}:

maneuverability and can be without a professional survey, be ,,
taken into very shallow water. sure to go over it thoroughly. The ;:,
Most of them .are two-cycle main thing to look is '
for dry rot In ..;;
engines, so it's necessary to mix a wooden boat. i
the oil and gas together. Look for dark :
spots in the wood .]
HITCH OVER? Inboard-outboard engines, or and sings of leaking. If there is' ',.,";
stern drives as they are some doubt about boat leaking, -t::::
sometimes called ,
are relatively turn a hose on the topside. J.'


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%j'r.. One of our 2 locations is open
,
hQ to serve you 7 days a week"'

Well, hitch your wagon to a star!
SALES SERVICE

Morrison's is one of the top names in and private clubs. Now, here's the ".,
the fast-growing hospitality and food pitch ,. RENTALS ;
service industry. Morrison's Cafeterias Morrison's is always alert for people -.
.. and Admiral Benbow Inns, with their who care. Care about themselves. Care AIR FILLS
fine reputation for quality, are located about others: Care about the future. ;";
throughout the South. And Morrison's And care about a profession they can DIVE TRIPS ,} ... ;.
manages food service facilities in hostake pride in. If you're that kind of ," ',<
pitals, nursing homes, schools, office person, why not find out if Morrison's' # HYDRO-STATIC.TEST' : ': >j
buildings, industrial plants, restaurants. is the right star to hitch your wagonto. .. ,1.tll
For full information, wnte: PAD I "' \ ', .. .
YMCA NAUI t.'
moRRison ,'.i< ;,j}il

inCORPORATED

Personnel Department P. O. Box 2606 a Mobile Alabama 36625 DAY LESSONS NIGHT LESSONS : ... i
MAIN OFFICE ST. JOHN'S STORE 'K. ]
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1337 Beach Boulevard '
4591 St. John's Avenue \-\1- .
Jacksonville Florida 32274 Jacksonville Florida 32210Phone .'' .. .
Phone (tH) 244.4729 2444720
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a s IhMSL:387.3566: Movie Schedule



Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than Tuesday for
arriving too .late for this deadline will be published I the publication the following Thursday. Ads
followlnq week unless
the publisher Is In.
structed otherwise. A check or money order for JLH J
the cost of the ad must be receIved WITH the copy. -.

RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines) ...$2.00 Per additional Thursday.Oct.4 CATTLE COMPANY"
line ((4 words per line) ...SOc NAS: "CULPEPPER CATTLECOMPANY"
Mall to; HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4747 SAN JUAN AVE., Saturday Oct.6
JACKSONVILLE, 32210 Western, Starring NAS: "THE FORBIN

Gary Grimes and Bill Bush. PROJECT" Science Fiction,

'E L T_ Expanding SHORT Co., Will-TIMERS offer qualified $7,000 EQUITY "PG" (93 min.HOSPIT .) Starring Eric Braeden and Susan
HERITAGE
persons immed. SOUTH L: "A DOLL'SHOUSE" Clark. "PG" (107 min.)
employment as Will Buy this
TEMPORARYJOBS 4 BR.,2 B, Home with
management trainee. 21 to 30 Drama, Starring Claire HOSPITAL "BADGE"Sunday
FOR NAVY WIVESII H.S. CH&A, Kit. fully equip. With D-w. Lg. :
office skills needed. Long and Grad. Sharp & Outgoing. Phone 721. Den & that's not all. W-W Carpet, Bloom and Anthony Hopkins Oct.7

hort assignments. No fee. We Payou. 3600. Custom-drapes, covered patio, fencedyd. "G" ((95 min.) NAS: "FIVE FINGERS OFDEATH"

Immac. Cond., Immed. Poss. Friday Oct.5. Action Drama,
1 (:
MtS J iNtNEO
.1 Louise
T. Bailey
HELPERS 396.518 .
XTRA 771-340 Broker NAS: "BADGE" Crime Starring Lo Lien and Wang Ping. \,

NAVY LEARN JAPANESE EMBROIDERYFast Drama, Starring Robert Duvall "R" (105 min.)

'art.time lOb, flexible hours, leads to & Easy,oil like pictures In Rayon TRAILER & LOT and Verna Bloom. "R" (116 min.) HOSPITAL: "THE FORBIN

areer, 7213400.JANITORIAL. Yarn 356-1652 2Vj Ares, 12'x60' Mobile Home'CH&A, HOSPITAL: "CULPEPPERFIAT PROJECT" ,;
14000. 282.4208 or 771.3211, Ext. 8469 ..
WORK AT NAS JAX A recorded message by 41 FORD '.n
5-9:30: P.M., Call 355-2741 1 and. SCOTT EDWARDSTells _
ours "r LlllUJlrjORANGE "124"SPORTS COUPE 390 Engine, Bucket Seats. Grey
at NAS. you how to be a
ask for openings
Primer. Re-bullt engine. Needs 'i
Royal Services, Inc. DISC JOCKEY PARK 5-speed gear box, dual OH cams, AM- ;
MHMV Call 355-2944 any hour. Approved for 2BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dishwasher FM Stereo tape deck. Absolutely like transmission $250 Cash. 388.7744ATTENTION "

PARTS MANAGER TRAINEE veterans. Columbia School of Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth brand new, 15,000 miles. Must sell HUNTERS

)pportunity to train as Auto Parts Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355. Immediately. Best offer. Phone 786- Bench Seat from Chevy Van Never

anager under transition program. affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by 0721 or 771-9262. used,excellent condition.$25.00'Phone

Openings In Jax., Gainesville, & home study. WILMAR APTS. Holt 387-354
Ta lIahassee.Top pay & benefits. 389- 2BR., Furn., water, sewage 4 gar P
GEORGE'S KENNELS bage, parking cars, small children, '
1644. _,._____.__._. Dogs& Cats Boarded small pets ok. $125. mo., Washer .

NORRELL Pick.Up & delivery services since S8_00 387.2541 or 387.0741.ORANGEPARK, .\
TEMPORARY 1925. Grooming, training & shipping
SERVICES Visitors welcome. BankAmericard &
84S8 New York Avenue SECURITY GUARDS'f:
I Have good office skills ? Want to work Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 near
Unfurnished house, 5 Min.-NAS, 3BR.,
[school hours? Call us NO FEE. We Cassat Ave. & Edgewood.
immaculate ,
[also have full day work even If you SOlS Edgewood Ct.,389.0064 388.9886 Available $165 Lg. Yd.
RETIRED MILITARY WELCOME
[don't type! LIVE CRABS
NORRELL ORANGE PARK

784-7170 Wilford's.Fish Camp 2 BR, Furn. Apt., AC, 5 Min to NAS, The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Jacksonville,

264 9707 Will rent to TAD personnel or Fla. Branch has Immediate openings in its security
PURCELLSIS bachelors. No lease required 264-4884
AUTO AI R COND.SERVICE force. Must be in excellent physical condition & un
NOW INTERVIEWING
Room Units, Central Units, Tyler strict & fire
Investigation
Part Time and Full-'Time NAVY MEN ONLY dergo security arms
Heating &. Air Conditioning 4711 2 BR. DUPLEX test. $6700 with 10
[ Saleswomen for the Roosevelt Mall qualification Salary per year percent
Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388.5161.
store, who have a flair for selling Completely furn., with washer & TV, shift differential for night work. Excellent company
women's quality fashion apparel. We AC, $150 mo., water & garbage furn.,
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER paid benefits. Uniforms & equipment provided &
786.7915 or 786.7980
offer excellent employee fringe Responsible party take up paymentsof cleaned at no cost.
benefits and an opportunity to advance .
57.00 per month. Rayfield's :
1 MOIILIHOMast.1
with a progressive company. 6437 Wilson Blvd., 772-8936
Phone Mr. Woodill 3557541 for a For Information Call 354-8211 Ext 211
DESK WANTED ,
confidential appointment. JUSTISSTRAILER PARK .
Beautiful & Unusual, not business 1 Qtr. Mile
No. of NAS, Clean modern
8:30-4:30: PM.MON DA FRIDAY
JOIN THE WONDERFUL WORLDOF type, Lorene McDonough, 3842929. trailer and apts. 3893007.
KELLY GIRL An Equal Opportunity Employer
DRESSMAKINGALTERATIONS
Like variety? You Name It, We haveit. COLONY MOBILE HOMES
of Edson and
In my home at corner
Temporary, Par/-Time or all the Madria. Call 264 3578. Call Marianna. Sales& Rentals,9359103rd St. Call 771.
time, convenient areas Best firms, 0275 Photostating and notary service.

Highest ,"Pay. Call or stop .Into our MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS P
Friendly office today. LET YOUR RENT
Kirby Cleaner, w-aftch.sprayer-shag
531 Fla.Nat'l. Bank Bldg. BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT .1
rake. Retail $287 Will sell for $200 Chief Soy. 4
KELLYOIRLS DEPOSIT REQUIRED Big ..: .
Never used. 30 Sheets, VjCDX
HOMES
SUMIT MOBILE
Plywood.00 ea.7 Sheets,4fe AC ext. .
5210 Phillips, Highway,733-9422
PRIVATE CLUB NEAR NAS $7.25 ea. 30" Avocado Range Hood
BRING THIS AD FOR $100 OFF. FREE FRONT
Bartender $20.00, 282-5304 or 244.41A3 4

Houseman WE BUY AND SELL '
Yardman GOLD VELVET COUCH GOOD USEDMOBILE HOMES WHEEL ALIGNMENT /

Waitresses Custom Made, Seats 6 comfortably, Phone 388.4619

Night Porter New Condition, Orig. cost $700 Asking WITH PURCHASE OF
Call for appointment 387-1653 $350. Call 731.1886 after 6 PM or '12'X64' BARRINGTON2BR.

anytime on weekends. ., CH&A, All elec., Patio Awning, 4 TIRES
PART-TIME FLIGHTINSTRUCTORS chain link fence, utility shed. 8985 '\
FOR SALE
Normandy Blvd., Lot 297.
Call Bill Gardner Single & Db. Beds, All kinds of r :


721.0611PARTOR heaters heaters Restaurant,, 765.6932 oil equip.burners,' elec.stoves Hot, Seigler water J Ifl'RANSPOTATtOP4iBETTOR : ; 't 7 f 4 PLY

FULL TIME CARS FOR LESS MONEY _

MECHANICSAfternoons Used VW's Compacts, other foreign HEAVYDUTY
Saturdays or Full-TIME JEANS PROFESSIONALDANCE makes. Astro Motors, 6566 Normandy .: .
Jax top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply in ACADEMY Blvd. 7814978.
person to Mrs. Foster, NIMNICHT Westconnett at 103rd & Orange Park,

CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat Bellair Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe, NOCASH NEEDEDNOCREDITNEEDED : /

Avenue. Jazz, Hula, Tahitian, Baton, & 1t
acrobatics Register Now, 771-2521, El and up, 18 yrs.or older.

771-5444, 778-3455, Children & Adults.rRiAL'ESTATEEiJ. We can sell you a car and get complete POLYESTER
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITYRetired financing arranged. 3534575.

Senior NCO or Officer to head [11 \ '70 LEMANS SPORT COUPE
flight dept. No flying duties required, Auto. Trans., PS R4H AC bucket
but available. Call Bill Gardner for seats,like new.Make offer. Phone 733- 21,000 MILE GUARANTEE
appt. 721-0411. WE BUY & SELL EQUITIES 2365. 44

Call uSfor quick service *

PART-TIME HELP Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. NOMONEY DOWN F78xl4 or 15 ....4 for 67 .

Weekends & some evenings, Good pay 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. 1969 Ford,2DR.HT.V-8AutO, PS, PB -

for men willing to work. 355.0244 77 1.MM ACREAGETwo _737-3164 AC$995 Cash or $62 mo. 353-4575 G78xl4 or 15 ....4 for *75'H78xl4 I

TRAILER LOTSWITH
PARTTIME HELP (CUTCO) acre, Tracts mile DAVIDSON

Flexible Hours.. $3.75 per ambitious hr. to start.& radiuS, up Cecil to twenty Field & I.295 $2,000.00 to Motorcycle 49 HARLEY"74".12oo cc, A-1 Con 4 or 15 ....4 for *83SOJ78xl4orl5..4for$91 .:Y
We train. Must be neat, Prices are far Phone
S3.000 00 per acre. ditlon. Best. offer over $1,395.
'
'
have car. Call Mr. Searcy 3985575 future values. Call Art *
below near- 7332365.
between 5 & 6 P.M.DRUMMER. lilughrun, Ret. Navy Chief 389.5514,

Eve 771.U"1. 1972 HARLEY DAVIDSON :l4
NEEDED WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA Sporster$1795.,781-4978 Days 784.6905 4
Sat Night til 2:00: Country, Rock, Pop Realtors Specialist nights. 900x15 ....4 for '91M
& Latin Good Pay, Call 781-9479. _

WE BUY EQUITIES NO CASH NEEDED /

BUS BOYS U.MTMM, 1969 Chevy V-8, Auto, PS, PB; $10.95 PLUS F.E.T.OF 2.37 TO2.SO
PORTERS ?.,,,
.
Broker Cash or $68 mo. 353 457572CHEVELLEMALIBU ;
CUSTODIAL WORKERS i INSTANT CREDIT
SERVICE STA.ATTENDANTS CALL SHIPMATEjoe .
OREENSKEEPERS Roplak (RET Navy) / No down Long terms
payment
w
Full-Tlme, Excellent Working Conditions Licensed Real Estate Salesman door hardtop,low mileage, all power
with extras, $2,850
Pd. Vac., Sick leave & other Representing and AC loaded .
fringe benefits. Blanding Agency Inc. RealtorsHome Phone 7332365.
:
Office 771-9513
Apply in Person, Bldg.930 || 781-7715 1973 750 HONDA :
-" S .t
MATTERSCall
NAVY EXCHANGE-NAS IN REAL ESTATE Luggage Rack & Hlway Bar, $1250.
Jacksonville,Florida Wayne Shr mBi.nding 786-3875 I
Equal Opportunity Employer Agency Inc., Realtors TIRE COMPANY :

171.9513VATERMS 1971 KAWASAKI 500

BABYSITTER NEEDED Front-disc brake, CD. ignition, new OPEN DAILY 86 4 '

Monday thru Friday several fine homes 3&4 paint & zero miles on new pistons and
We have to NAS rings Fact. workshop manual, parts
I 244 3374 BR's, Excel. locations, Conv.!
book & many other extras Included.
& Cecil ext. 210 during day 285.2359
I BABYSITTING-ORTEOA HILLS Louise T. Bailey 354-1776 !

. Hourly Daily.Over-Nlght 771.340 Broker night, '. .
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" ':"""'''' '''''' '''W'''''''''' ''''''''''''''='...........w..v.v..W''''' ''''.w."w.v."w m'.w.... .." .:"" .:<.,, SMITH & WESSON .38 Police
.' 'Saie Oak, DOUBLE BED
: or Mod. 10 Plus Accessories 772-9210
,, : THE FleeT'MARKET j .: jnd Mattresses Excellent Con- ..........
,, !Jition i $4000 2646217 Must Sell.
A FREE PERSONAL WAN TAD SERVICEfor 73 HARLEY XLH 1000 C.C. 3000
Military and Civilian Employees cf NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field T .IONEL TRAINS. 1947-60 Vin- mi. Road Pegs, King & Queen,

-------------------------- Hf'U_ 2 -I age. All Collectors Items Ex- Drag Pipes, Solid Sissy Bar

:I. FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM U :)ellent lus cars Condition Etc. $425.00 Six engines Serious 25 $2000.00 772.9210.. :.

.. I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) 0 Dnly: Call 264-5034 THAYER CRIB'w-Simmons
:........ Mattress, Child's Feeding Table-
If 1 ;Size 12 WHITE FORMAL New Chair, Car Seat, Infanseats,
a I- I KO.CO Call after 4:30: weekdays Nursery Curtains, Stroller w-
V I jnytlme' Sat & SUN. Canopy. All Like New. 772-8895
f Ii 77M653 after 4:00: PM
......-.. ......-..
i I
r. I TWO BIRD CAGES One Spanish For Sale: 1971 OSSA PIONEER

, TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW Style Wrought Iron '4'HIgh and 250cc Trail Bike Street Legal

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. :Dne Carrying Cage for Large $55.00 Excellent Condition Ext.
I Bird. Make Offer 268-5679 8205
t f ....-....

I Ii 59 VW CAMPER New Engine, For Sale: Bundy clarinet, $30;

i Name Office or activity to which assigned I II Mew Tires, wood & vinyl Interior, Normandy flute, $65 772-1004

I .kyllte, stove, ice-box, many after 5PM
I I .xtras call 772-1604 ....-....
I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signaturemust 1 Like New: BABY CAR SEAT

I =or Sale. Fine FURNITURE $5.00 Call 771-3839
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active provide all Information requested ie: Full I Tables, ,.
\AOD. Hutch
I \ Dining-End
military or civilian employee personnel assigned to '*
name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activityto Zaptain Chairs, Beds, Dressers, New Craig Auto 8-TRACK TAPE
I I 2. Free advertising in the "Flee MARKET" which he Is assigned and office telephone. This A hests, Lazyboy Recliners PLAYER with 25" Speakers
I will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housingfor information Is for authentication only, and your ad Swivel Rocker. 389-8035 $75.00 Campbell 398.3736 after
I personal residence should be worded Independently of this Information. 771-3211 Ext. 676 7 to 5
use as a ; offers to buy or sell 5PM or
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to
and from work S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In Wanted: SHOTGUN Any Guage
; announcements of educational
: I courses offered by non profit organizations or the following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads and Reasonable Call Eveningsafter Wanted To Buy: 60 to 85 HP
. J arriving after that date will be In the Call
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be ac. placed 7PM 771-8075 OUTBOARD MOTOR. 778-
cepted If the following week's edition. Ads will be run only one 1 12:00 Noon
I only words "PCS" (for military), or 2374 anytime After :
:1 "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the time, unless submitted as prescribed above. AFGAN, Multicolored Chevron
t' 1\:\ I Jacksonville area) are included in wording of the
v ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied '. No phone calls will be accepted regarding 1 Design Hand-Crocheted $35.00 1963 OLDS Good Condition All
) ,, I by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR Call 264-0850 Around Motor Needs Work. Makean
I NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide ..
offer 387-0161
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. '
I I "Flee MARKET" ad form which will be printed 1968 DODGE SUPER BEE, 2
I in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No .1 Door, Outstanding Condition, 1971 VW FASTBACK AM-FM
I will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I Automatic Transmission, Power radio. Low mileage. $1,300 Tel

4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee.T accepted. I Steering, Air Conditioning, Only 389-5952
I MARKET" Editor, c-o JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1. /. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I $815.00 or Reasonable Offer, Call J ....-..-
I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do !not" meet the above I 771-o463 RADIAL.TIRE. Dunlop-SP-41,
I OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher ... Mounted on Mustang V-8 Wheel,
"Flee MARKET" Editor, c-0 LATWINGER Box reserves the right to omit or all adsWHAT'S I
I 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These forms any 4BR House, 2 Baths, 20x20 Blackwall, New, Size 18SR 14;
.1 ------------- ----.------------1 Paneled Den with huge $40.00 771-5977 (evenings)
Fireplace, Owner with finance at
8Va PCT Int. Cedar Shores, Ph ROCKER, COLONIAL with
771-4439 or 771-4577 Cushions, $25. Electric GRASS
TRIMMER, Black & Decker, $10.
; ... ._ ,
...- .IV:
; .. ..'e ;).' 1, For Sale, Four Channel SANSUI Curtlans, Rods andHangars etc:
'f1,1 ; t
I : j( ,.,., : I;I ">. '.\ it ;.... "r'I QRX-6500 Receiver, Excellent 771-5977 (evenings)
,; ;. \. T If'S.I '....'.;,:.: I""s:;, \ t Cond. Call Mike McGlade Ph Ext -.--'
'.." '1. tJ; 2947 during working hours GOODYEAR TIRE 2+2 E-70-14,
, 2 ,: : '; :' Less than 3 miles $15.00 4 Rolls
.
:<: For Sale ENTIRE SEVEN 3'/2 Inch F.G. Insulation (Total
,,
? .J ., .
. -- #' 4'! ROOMS FURNITURE Broyhtlls- 280 Sq. Ft.) $16.00 Call 778-3505
(1i '.i_ Lazyboys, auto, washer, mower, after 4PM
.; all In excellent condition SURF. N
,..,..j BOARD, ETC: MOVINGI I BASE GB ANTENNA & 3 Mobile
'''' : .
w. '::oj, 389-8035 Antennas with Coax Cables. Sellor

.' .. swap for 12 Ga. Gun 389-1481

iL 4r ,I 70 MAVERICK 6 cyl.,- tand.. after 6.
, \,I Shift, R&H, 46,000 miles, $1050.00
Phone 751.0628 ,after 4:30: and For Sale: 4 Matched GOOD

if: '. anytime, on weekend. Oceanway USED F78x14 TIRES. $30.00 One-
,..,f ': 1964 Mustang Trailer Hitch $25.00
i r 1973 LEMANS SPORT COUP 3 Call 771-0522

Speed, 9,000 ml Refinance
...-.....
$2900.00 Being Transferred and
, Have two CHRS CONT: PN2 Wanted: JAPANESE, GER.
Cuthbert 3070-3891 MAN, and U.S. MILITARY

' i FIVE DAYS LATER .....-... ITEMS. Phone 264-3282

+! 73 POP UP COLEMAN CAMPER .-...-
BUT BETTER_ THAN BEFORE ? Sleeps 6 to 8 Stove, Ice Box, For Sale: 1973Vi: HONDA 450

Lights, Water, Curtains, Still Excellent Condition, Super Low
\ ..-.'.' Under Warranty 781.7325 Miles Call 772-3143

I 'I '0 -....-..
YOUR NEW QUARTERLY STATEMENT.
1\' -, For Sale 4BR CH&A, Unfurn. TRANS. Need New Owner for 73
4- ... .
.' OLDS CUTLASS
I Mobile Home Take Over Supreme (c)
,'" R a Payments.. Call 771-3584 (Eve), Wide ovals w-supersport wheels
Before you start wondering, "Where's my quarterly statement.here's the answer. 772-2570 (Day). plus many extras. Call aft 5' PM
We're on a new mailing schedule for quarterly statements, and you'll start receiving 772-8786
yours
around the 15th instead of the 10th of each month following quarter-end. .....-...
1972 PONTIAC LE MANS (GTO N- NN
Option) 350 AT, AC, PS, New
.I :' We, hope you'll look closely at your new statement which promises you the most. accurate Steel Radials, Sundance Orange, For Sale: 68 ROADRUNNER
+ JIlt and up-to-date Information available on your account. Advantages? Your share account Black Vinyl Top. Ex. Cond. $3300 Excellent Mechanical Condition
and.all loans are now on one statement; all transactions for the entire quarter are Best Offer 264-8834 Needs some body and Interior
recorded on one statement; and figures for finance charges and dividends to date for the work.550.00 or Best Offer 772-2805
..
'year are shown on one statement. -- 1600-2300
f 24' SAILBOAT 4-cylinder Inboard

It's true..our new statement is later, but It's better than before and that's what really engine. Sleeps two. Head, galley ..-.... I
ii" counts. stove and Ice box. Dacron sails.
i
$3000.00 388-1057 or long distance ZENITH PORTABLE RECORD

-- 473-2409 PLAYER Six Speakers, New

i JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION ..--.... Needle Set like new $75.00 Call

1970 FORD .TORINO GT 2 771.3839

I ,. HAS .lAX, Bldg. 2t ROOSEVELT PHONE 384 MALL 1391 HAS CECIL FIELD, bldgl6T DR.HT, Outstanding Condition, NNMNN
387 S627or Bu Ext 243'' I Hour, Mon, ir1 I 7729894 Base E d, 21 S New Pyrosteal Tires, AT 1946 MERC
Hour Mon, Fri, .JOPM: 10AM S 30PM Hour Mon, ,1,30AM.3.30PM: ,AC, PS, Safety Insp & Taged .
Sat tAM 1PM PB Tape deck. $2100.00 Tran. 400.00 Invested, Will Take Best -

J .. sferring Overseas. Larry V. Offer over $200.00 or Trade. Call
Taylor 772-2174 7713839rr'




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JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER PAGE '17
.... TorYT .A .... ,.. _

I N WLLi national Convention starts this weekend I


Jax Members of the Navy Wives Club of
America
(NWCA
country will begin gathering here Saturday for the ) from all over the
week-long National Con-
vention of the NWCA.

The convention will be hosted by NWCA Jax 86
Registration is scheduled for
Saturday from
Quarters.On 4'6 P'm' at the Bachelor Officers
4ft PfelUMk JMMMMMIMMMi'i
Sunday, registration will.take place from noon until 2:30: p same NWCA T ipp pr.wwwi p i w i ;'
location and a memorial service will be held for all deceased members
of the CT7TH 12
past year, men who have given their lives for our ,
MIA's. The
memorial service is set for Sunday at 3 p.m. at the"SoStant Chapel.
The opening season of the convention will
start at 5 p.m. in Hancock Hall with a "
buffet. oj 1 L' :
National Chairmen, National Officers and Regional Presidents will be honored .. .IF"II
Monday.The National Chairmen will be in the limelight at a noon luncheon at the fI't I '. ".,''''
CPO Club and the National Officers 7 f.'
and Regional Presidents will be honored at a 4At' I .
dinner scheduled for 5:30: p.m., also at the CPO Club.

The delegates will go to Cecil Field Tuesday and travel to St. Augustine

Wednesday morning. A dinner to honor the NWCA Scholarship Director and s. '. ,.
Secretary-Treasurer is scheduled for 5:30: p.m. at Hancock Hall.

Thursday's agenda includes a noon luncheon honoring all MembersatLargeat

the CPO Club and a 5:30 p.m. dinner at Galley One honoring Jax 86 and the ,
NWCA Liaison Officer.

Friday will be the closing day of the national convention. A No-host Cocktail, r ___
Hour is slated from 6:30: to 7:30 p.m. at the Candlelight Restaurant. _

A banquet, installation and awards, and closing ceremonies will start at 7:30

p.m. ,
This week, local members of NWCA are busy making ditty bags. Items for the
bags have been donated by local merchants. Merchants have also donated door
prizes to be given at each convention session and meal.

"Sisterly Love Through Charity" is the theme for the convention.

Jacksonville Mayor Hans Tanzler has declared this week Navy Wives Week in
Jacksonville in a proclamation signed Tuesday.

TH E WELCOME MAT I IS OUT here for Navy Wives Club of America
''t: 1 1o members from throughout the country. Standing under the
"Welcome" sign ire Ltg(| ) Carolyn Black, NWCA Jax 86'S Liaison
Officer and some of the Jax 86 members. Jax 86 will be host for the
r NWCA's National 'Convention.

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: Jax-The following message was sent recently all tenant and local
I commands.Since everyone who might b interested may not have had I

access to it, the message is reprinted below: i

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: CAAC Five-day Workshop .
I 1.The purpose of this message is two fold. First to call the attentionof
all addees to the monthly workshop to be conducted at the Coun-

seling and Assistance Center (CAAC), NAS Jax, during the period of
. \ 15-19 Oct. 1973. Secondly, to offer the benefits of this and future

.. Workshops to all commands and departments through the par'
.j' ; ticipation of their personnel at all levels. J tV
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.i 2. Once a month CAAC Jax (Bldg. 451)) conducts a five-day ;-*
l workshop, the basic theme of which is human communications.
, 1 During the first four days a variety of exercises aimed at self.J .
awareness and interpersonal relationships are conducted. These are \
: interspersed with presentations and discussions on drugs and the drug 1 .
culture, race relations, attitude and an introduction to the '
t \ psychological theories of transactional analysis. The overall goal is to 'f':'
foster effective communications across the boundaries of race, age, t.; {, 1
paygrade, background, position, or any other social barrier to a .t
i mutual understanding. The fifth day deals with the application of the

I presented concepts to Navy life and the military structure. '- ..J .-. "
SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD-Ells Mottley receives Special Achievement Award in the .

r.' f 3. The Workshop runs from 0900 to 2000 Monday thru Thursday with form of a $150 check from Capt. E.R. Sourbeer, FICEUR CO. Mottle was cited for demonstrating'.
i an early secure Friday (normally before noon). Comfortable civilian outstanding professional performance when his coworker's sickness reduced the work force.

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KITCHEN
4. Participation in past workshops has paid off for local and tenant
G commands in the form of increased efficiency, morale, dedication,
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l espirit de corps, reliability and more humanistic and attractive Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
Jax-This is for the wife who has husband
t recipe a cookie-loving or
working conditions. Attendees have ranged from Airman Recruit to
) i Commanding Officers,male and female. All dependents and civilians, the grandmother who wants to maintain her popularity. with the
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f 17 years of age .or over, are also invited and have attended in large grandchildren.The
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INGREDIENTS: 1 Cup Butter or Oleomargerine Cup Granulated
5. Because of the nature of the workshop, total benefit can only be Sugar, 1 Cup Light Brown Sugar, Vt Teaspoon Vanilla, 2 eggs (unbeaten -
i derived through total full time attendance.Therefore,plans should be ) Flour Soda '
1 23| Cups 1 Teaspoon 1 Teaspoon Cinnamon, .4
arranged to allow for ticipation in all scheduled activities. In orderto 3 Oatmeal Raisins
Teaspoon Nutmeg, Cups 1 Cup ,4 Cup Nuts.
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Fold in oatmeal, raising and nuts. .
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Rugby ::1", I
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Hey! aU you former football game. '
jocks, have you ever tried When !the Jacksonville scoring the greater number of
Rugby? .It's not as comfortableas Played Atlanta last weekend Team points to be the winner of the
the game of football. No padsor were fortunate that the they match.To .
helmets are worn, no special was a doctor, D Michael referee really understand the game, c
teams, just 15 men running, of the Regional Naval) Keyes? ,check the following publication;
Hospital at
kicking and screaming duringtwo NAS Jax, or a member "Rugby Football Union Handbook" -
forty minute halves with a Atlanta team broke his of the This is a British game
five minute break in between. last few minutes of the leg in the through and through. A real
NAS Jax has three Search and which Atlanta won 14-13.game in gentleman's game.

Air Rescue pilots who play the The Object of the Game is that
grinding, bloody game for the two teams of fifteen players each /
,
Jacksonville Rugby Team. They observing fair play according to
are LT(jg)Kirk Hansen,Ens.Bob the Laws and a sporting spirit,
Jorge and Ens. Rick Stridden should be carrying, passing, and
These guys enjoy this rough kicking the ball, score as many
bloodletting, bonebreaking points as possible, the team
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BROKEN BONES are lust part of the game.This man's team is lust Ron Bayles
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1'11'I JAX SPORTS BRIEFS I

I guesses upsets for U-PIC-EM win

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ballot proved to be the toughest of Volleyball StartingJax

,: II! ? {;;-1 U-PIC-EM the new season with three upsetson Jax An organizational -. The Intramural
it,but none of them got by MAl
Bobby S. Greene of NATTC ESO. meeting for the upcoming Handball season will
:, .r +:: ,. y v BALLOT \ Greene claimed this week's U- volleyball season was held be getting underway on
!. PIC-EM crown with a perfect yesterday at the athletic Monday, October 8.
\ : /,cc. ballot. He beat out seven other office. Any unit or com- Eleven teams will be
", balloters who had only one miss
mand interested in
par- for the
; NAME: when he picked Kansas City to competing station
r beat Oakland. The other ticipating in volleyball, crown and the matches
RANK.OR TITLE ___.AGE. PHONE balloters, with the exception of that didn't have a team will be played on the
who picked N.C.State to beat representative at the
one
courts located Mustin
DUTY STATION ______ SERVICE NUMBER on
Georgia, went with Oakland andit meeting, is asked to call Road just south of
f I (Games for the weekend of October 6)) the Athletic Director at Yorktown Road.
Ext. 3239.
ALABAMA GEORGIA
Need Some Exercise,
.
Deadline Soon
Ping Pong
ARMY GEORGIA TECH_ Ladies?

t',! 'FLORIDA _._ LSU command Jax If your unit or Jax A ladies get-
plans to par- together will be held every
OKLAHOMA MIAMI .. ticipate in the intramural Tuesday and Thursdayfrom

NORTH CAROLINA N. C. STATE ping pong competition butdoesn't 9-11 a.m. at the In-
have their in
,. entry door Pool for some
\1.; NOTRE DAME MICHIGAN STATE to the Athletic Office yet, exercise, a swim and use

MISSOURI SMU times-awasting.The of the steam room when
a deadline for entries is
completed. All ladies are
., OKLAHOMA STATE TEXAS TECH Tuesday, October 9. welcome. No registration.Just .
cost them a chance at this
1 SAN FRANCISCO ATLANTACINCINNATI week's title.Greene Fleet Air Jax Football come!
a native of Concord, Swimming Pools Closing
CLEVELAND !___ Coming Up
) ; North Carolina, said he picked Jax -- All outdoor
Kansas City because he wanted will ,be
swimming pools
t I II to see them get beat after they Jax The Fleet Air Jax
I ., TIEBREAKER: Predict final score on game between whipped the Dophins last week. Touch Football Tour- secured for the Winter
!,(, Florida and LSU. Indicate winners in other games by a checkmark The balloters who only missedone nament is scheduled to beginning October 1, 1973.
game were: Joseph L. Costaof begin October 15 for the The indoor pool will be
;' BALLOT BOXES for NAS and Cecil Field are located at the NARF, Barbara M Glasscockof on open weekdays except
Navy Exchanges near the Lay-Away counters or ballots can be NARU,Ron Huey of DPD, Lee purpose of determining an
from 11 to
brought to the respective newspaper offices. Ballots must be in Simonetta of NARF, Charles A. area representative for the Wednesday a.m.
by 1 p.m.every Friday or they won't be picked up and no ballots Solano of NFO, Ron Price of VP- CINCLANTFLT Tour 1 p.m., all weekday
will be accepted at the newspaper offices after this time. 49 and John Wright of Cecil Field.In nament that will be held at evenings from 4-8 p.m. and

i alnlranuanulmminuuumauuunuoanunnumanlnmunnuuunllluuuunnumm 1R1 the case of a tie game, as NAS Oceana on November weekends and holidaysfrom
was the case in this week's tie- 12 noon to 8 All
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about years
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S. Intramural Woodpeckers win again:

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,< '.", AMERICAN Jax VP-49 continued their as a result they were left in:a tie' ,
,
.' :' .,' LEAGUE quest for a perfect American for fourth place with NDRC in the

VP-49 W L League season last week by American League.

VW-4 9 0 winning their ninth straight gameof
6 3 FICEUR's win over NarJax
VP-5 the season without a loss.
5 3 was their fourth against two
I FICEUR the Wood-
FICEUR 4 3 gave losses and came as a result of
\ ( NDRC .4 3 peckers a run for their money touchdowns by Mark Ivy, John
when held them to tie
HOSPITAL they an 8-8
l Meyers, Alton Abernathy and
!, at the half but couldn't
they
NARJAX 1 4 quite
No.2 Charles Pearson., .Ivy and
in the second half and
DPD keep up as
a. 0 9 Pearson added two-pointers withPearson's
a result VP-49 won 22-14.
coming by way of a
NATIONAL LEAGUE Dennis Mann scored two touch- a''
of
safety and Ivy's by'way
W L downs for the winners while John
James
point-after attempt.
MATSG Balk scored touchdown and
6 1 a a
also scored
Milligan a point-after
NARJAX No.1 Ron Price also '
6 -2 two-pointer. attempt for the winners. "
.
VP-16 5 2 scored a two-pointer for the

MARINE BKS 5 4 Woodpeckers.John NarJax No. 2
DENTAL 5 4 Fruge and Charles

VP-56 1 7 Pearson scored for FICEUR with
wins first
MARTD 0 a Fruge scoring a touchdown and game,

Pearson scoring both a touch- Jax-NarJax No.2 won its first
Dental ties down and a two-pointer.
game of the season last week
FICEUR also won a game last
when they handed Data ...
week,30-0 over NarJax No. 2,and DPD
for fourthJax Processing Department ( )
Hurricanestake their ninth straight loss without a

win.Since
Dental moved into a tie both teams were winless

EAGLES FLY PAST MARINE BARRACKS-Jack White of VP-16 for fourth with the faltering second going into the game, someone

had to get off the ground for this one but he brought it in and two plays Marine Barracks team last week had to come out with a win and

later VP-16 had another touchdown in their 27-0 win over the Marine when they scored a 22-2 win over VP5Jax Larry Place made sure it was his
Barracks. (Photo By J03 John Doose) MARTD. from team as he scored both of his
Bob Bennett was the big scorer team's touchdowns as well as theextrapoint
for Dental with two touchdownsand The Hurricane Huntersof attempt.
National League standings VW-4 and the Mad Foxes of
a point-after attempt. Tom
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uhn Henslick, with a two- second place position last week in I PHONE 388.8S3
undergo position changesJax the American League and when I _
; pointer, accounted for the rest ofDental's
-- the dust had settled it was
points.MARTD's .
With EM and scored touchdown claimed by VW-4, 18-0. ,
Weaponsboth a and a two- top scorer was also a (! lI
dropping out of the leagueand pointer,Mike Csizmadia scored a Bob Bennett. This Bob Bennettwas Before game time the Mad .

with the Marine Barracks touchdown and Jack Breese credited with a safety and Foxes were leading by a half .I **) 1249.1251 !
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losing two games, the NAS Jax kicked an extra point for the MARTD's only points. game but when the clock ran out I Jacksonville,Florida 32204 r
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MATSG and VP-16.In'the process sole possession of second place, a' neighbor. Hurricane Hunters. sixth win of IBR/NC THIS AD WITH your,ICocktail
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-- ........................................:....:.:.;.:......................:.:-:.:.:.:.;.:................................................................................................................................. Jax-Last week's U-PIC-EM -.s Held Intramural Handball
:Meeting
3 ballot proved to be the toughest of Volleyball StartingJax

I : cr- U-PI C-EM the new season with three upsetson Jax An organizational -- The Intramural
j27 it,but none of them got by MAl
: meeting for the upcoming Handball season will-
fj Bobby S. Greene of NATTC ESO.
: "" Y BALLOT \ Greene claimed this week's U- volleyball season was held be getting underway on

i .. PIC-EM crown with a perfect yesterday at the athletic Monday, October 8.
I\ (.cc. ballot. He beat out seven other office. Any unit or com- Eleven teams will be
balloters who had, only one miss
mand interested in
par- for the station
i competing
i NAVE: when he picked Kansas City to
,. \ I. beat Oakland. The other ticipating in volleyball, crown and the matcheswill
RANK. OR TITLE AGE PilOSE balloters with the exception of that didn't have a team be played on the

; DUTY one who picked N.C.State to beat representative at the courts located on Mustin
STATION SERVICE SeIBERI'
Georgia, went with Oakland andit meeting, is asked to call Road just south 'of

i : :, (Games for the weekend of October 6)) the Athletic Director at Yorktown Road.

ALABAMA GEORGIA Ext. 3239.
Need Some Exercise,
Ping Pong Deadline Soon
ARMY GEORGIA TECH Ladies?

f .FLORIDA ._ LSU Jax If your unit or Jax A ladies get-
command plans to par- together will be held every
> OKLAHOMA MIAMI ticipate in the intramural Tuesday and Thursdayfrom

NORTH CAROLINA N. C. STATE__._ ping pong competition butdoesn't 9-11 a.m. at the In-
have their entry in
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door Pool some
j 5'0 NOTRE DAME MICHIGAN STATE to the Athletic Office yet, exercise, a swim and use

MISSOURI SMU times-a-wasting. The of the steam room when
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All ladies
completed. are
i r OKLAHOMA STATE TEXAS TECH Tuesday, October 9. "- welcome. No registration.Just .
cost them a chance at this
t SAN 'FRANCISCO ATLANTACINCINNATTI. week's title.Greene Fleet Air Jax Football come!
native of Swimming Pools ClosingJax
a Concord
CLEVELAND Coming Up
) ; : North Carolina, said he picked -- All outdoor
Kansas City because he wantedto
will .be
: swimming pools '
see them get beat after they Jax The Fleet Air Jax
S
secured for the Winter
TIE-BREAKER: Predict final score on between
r game whipped the Dophins last week. Touch Football Tour-
; Florida and LSU. Indicate winners in other games by a check The balloters who only missedone nament is scheduled to beginning October 1, 1973.

mark. game were: Joseph L. Costaof October 15 for the The indoor pool will be
; BALLOT BOXES for NAS and Cecil Field are located at the NARF, Barbara M Glasscockof begin on weekdays except
.. Navy Exchanges near the Lay-Away counters or ballots can be NARU,Ron Huey of DPD, Lee purpose of determining an open from 11 to
: Wednesday a.m.
brought to the respective newspaper offices. Ballots must be in Simonetta of'NARF, Charles A. area representative for the
by 1 p.m.every Friday or they won't be picked up and no ballots Solano of NFO, Ron Price of vp. CINCLANTFLT Tour- 1 p.m., all weekday
will be accepted at the newspaper offices after this time. 49 and John Wright of Cecil Field.In nament that will be held at evenings from 4-8 p.m. and

i gnll UfO 111111I11 n 1111 m 1111111111I111I111111I11111111101 1IIIIIIIIIImllllllllllllili l n 1111I11111111I n II mAli the case of a tie game, as NAS Oceana on November weekends and holidaysfrom
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Intramural Woodpeckers win againas

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', L Standings FICEUR Falls 22-14 .


.,,'": AMERICAN LEAGUE Jax VP-49 continued their as a result they were left in a tie ,
quest for a perfect American for fourth place with NDRC in the "'
VP-i9 \V L League season last week by American League.
VW-i 9 0r5 winning their ninth straight gameof
6 3 FICEUR's win over NarJaxwas
the without loss.
season
a
3 their fourth against two
I .. 5 FICEUR the Woodpeckers
FICEUR gave
4 3 losses and came as a result of
NDRC 0,4 3 a run for their money touchdowns by Mark Ivy, John
when held them to
HOSPITAL they an 8-6 tie
Meyers, Alton Abernathy and
2 5
at the half but they couldn't
NARJAX quite
No.2 1 4 Charles Pearson. Ivy and
DPD keep up in the second half and as
0 9 Pearson added two-pointers withPearson's
a result VP-49 won 2214.
coming by way of a
NATIONAL LEAGUE Dennis Mann scored two touch-
safety and Ivy's by way of a'
W L downs for the winners while John
point-after attempt James
i MATSG Balk scored touchdown and
6 i a a
Milligan also scored a point-after
NARJAX No.1 6 2 two-pointer. Ron Price also, *
attempt for the winners.
VP-16 5 2 scored a two-pointer for the ,

MARINE BKS 5 4 Woodpeckers.John NarJax No. 2
DENTAL 5 4 Fruge and Charles
VP-56 1 7 Pearson scored for FICEUR with
wins first
3 MARTD 0 a Fruge scoring a touchdown and game

Pearson scoring both a touchdown Jax-NarJax No.2 won'its first
Dental ties and a two-pointer.
game of the season last week
FICEUR also won a game last when they handed Data
S week,30-0 over NarJax No. 2,and --
for fourthJax Processing Department (DPD)
Hurricanestake their ninth straight loss without a

Dental moved into a tie win.Since both teams were winless

EAGLES FLY PAST MARINE BARRACKS-Jack White of VP.16 for fourth with the faltering second going into the game, someone

had to get off the ground for this one but he brought it in and two plays Marine Barracks team last week had to come out with a win and

later VP-i6 had another touchdown in their 27-0 win over the Marine when they scored a 22-2 win over from VP5Jax Larry Place made sure it was his
Barracks. (Photo By J03 John Doose) MARTD. team as he scored both of his
Bob Bennett was the big scorer team's touchdowns as well as the
for Dental with two touchdownsand The Hurricane Huntersof extra-point attempt.
National League standings VW-4 and the Mad Foxes of
a point-after attempt. Tom
Waugh, with a touchdown, and VP-5 met in a battle for the ,;--,---.......,........
uhn Henslick, with a two- second place position last week in I PHONE 388.'S3
undergo position changesJax pointer, accounted for the rest of the American League and when I _
the dust had settled it was
Dental's
ooints.
With EM and Weaponsboth scored a touchdown and a two. MARTD's top scorer was also a claimed by VW-4, 18-0. (! I'
dropping out of the league pointer,Mike Csizmadia scored a Bob Bennett. This Bob Bennettwas Before game time the Mad .

and with the Marine Barracks touchdown and Jack Breese credited with a safety and Foxes were leading by a half '. J 1249.1251 II
losing two games, the NAS Jax kicked an extra point for the MARTD's only points. game but when the clock ran out Jacksonville.Florida King 32204 St. rI
National Football League Eagles. they were in third, a half game .-
standings underwent quite a While MATSG and VP-16 were behind VW-4. WANTEDUSED
change last week. battling the Marine Barracks, the Cliff Rhodes, Windell Stevens I CAMERAS AND I'I

The Marine Barracks fell from NarJax No. 1 won a 12-0 decisionover + good and James Almo scored the three EQUIPMENT PAY 'I'"

first to fourth with losses to MARTD.The win gave them touchdowns that resulted in the I TOP DOLLAR-388.533. I. :

MATSG'and vP.16.1ri the process sole possession of second place, a neighbor. Hurricane Hunters sixth win. of (BRING-THIS AD:WITH.youAmrawX /.I

MATSG moved Into first and VP-. half game behind MATSG and a Th American IU4 cross the season.- i.assaBaaatis--- _... 'i ,
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16 moved into third. came ahead- of-- VP-16. .>'

Jackie Hunt and Bob Cain '" "&'& :, :'; : ::::,: ::
found their way through the .1 1" :; ;

Marine Barracks defense a totalof -
five times as they scored all of a< ? __ t Cocktail

MATSG's touchdowns in their 34- _
26 win. Hunt scored three touch- Hour

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scored a point-after attempt as 5:00: to 7:00: pm y J 3

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I) By Tom McGuckin Normandy Mall Oct. 12-14


I II VA 1NTRAMUKAL-174 FOOTBALL conversion try as. Jackson hit VA-174 5-2 NAS Cecil Field will help The Idea for the weekend was
I I \ VA-61 6 Lipke. After having two passes NAMTD 4-2 celebrate the 198th birthday of spawned! by Mr. Mullis, Public
.: i VA-174 Is still on their winning dropped in the end zone, VA-45 VA-105 3-3 the U.S. Navy by participatingwith Relations Manager for Nor,
'i I ways and easily handled Attack tried a little razzle dazzle play Marines 3-3 Normandy Mall in a Navy mandy Mall, who envisioned the
./. t Squadron Eighty-One. The which went from Short, to VA-81 2-6 Appreciation Weekend. mall filled with naval exhibits for
; combinations of Jackson to Ennis Landry, to McNel and paydirt. Medical 1.5 the birthday celebration and then
( : and Jackson to Lyons proved just Again the try for the extra point VA-83 1.7 advertising the fact via all the
t, 1, :, I too much.for the "Zappers". failed and the Blackbirds led VA- SIXTH ND FOOTBALLAll media.With this thought in mind,
'' NAMTD 28 174 12-8 with 23 seconds personnel interested in Mr. Mullis wrote to RADM Geis
[ Medical 6 remaining in the game. VA-45 trying out for the Cecil Field 6ND & and suggested that local units
The late game ended up with muffed the kickoff giving VA-174 football team should report to the Join in this celebration. -
} the same score as the first one good field position on the 40 yard "B" Circle Field at 0930 on Oc
with NAMTD running roughshod line. On the first'play from tober 6th.Coach Don Jackson hasa ( 4J Pleased with the idea, RADM
f. t ..' over the Medics. With Sal! Molle scrimmage Jackson backed into number of returning men from Geis assigned the responsibilityfor
l blocking and giving Bathurst all the pocket and tossed a perfect last years squad, but all positionsare ensuring a successful par
the needed time, "Teachers" scoring toss to Ennis good for six open. ticipation to NAS Cecil Field.
could still wreck some top teams. points and the conversion afterward GOLF t'iJlRE1\ Coordinating efforts at this timeto
F ; VA-174 16 gave the Hellrazors the Led by Al Boyles with a 76 and make the celebration a wor-
t VA-45 12 victory 1612. Charlie Dick's 79 AMD-No.l terested in entering this event thwhile event are LCDRs
: ; In one of the finest football VA-81 38Medical pulled within one point of idle VA- must be represented at this Forhan, Nissen, Fisher, Purcell
games ever seen, VA-174 topped 8 83. Even with the 76, Boyle was meeting. and Lt. Shraud. -
,1 i unbeaten VA-45. Playing on a Barry Gilberg got his team only able to cop two points,as his PING PONG: The meeting is
i sub-standard field, these two together to clobber Medical in a opponet Chaplain Holderby scheduled at 1000 on. 10 October, Featured at Normandy Mall
I ,.., teams kept the fans on their feet game this past week. grossed at 78.STANDING again at the gym and during the 12th-14th October will
pactically the entire game. With Marines 12 : representation is mandatory.Play be exhibits of various aviation,
the half ending in a 0-0 score, VA- VA-37 6 VA-83 10 will start on 15 October. surface and submarine equip-
45 came out in the 3rd quarter The Marine Barracks, playing AMD 9 FOOTBALL: There will be a ment, bands, drill teams, color
I open scoring with a scoring strike both offensively and defensivelythe Supply 7 meeting of all football coaches at guards,cake and a ribbon cutting
from Short to Barr. the Black way they are capable of NAMTD .;Jt.: 7 0900 in the Athletic Office on the to open the mall for the
birds were out in front 6-0 as the playing, upset VA-37: 126. Still ADMINt:;i 6 9th of October. All teams wishingto celebration.Mr. .
t extra point attempt had failed. very much in contention with VC-2 6 participate In second half play
J 4 Don Jackson got his only two losses VA-37: could end CLAW-1 >", ., 5 should attend this meeting. Mullis has indicated that
r "Hellrazors" on the move later up in the play-offs. VA-45 5 COMING UP: Activities in- he would like to make
on with a scoring toss to Harry FOOTBALL STANDINGS VA-37: 5 terested in entering the for- Jacksonville aware of the many
r Ennis in the end zone.VA-174 was VA-45 5-1 VA-81 4VA104 thcoming Basketball and naval personnel that make up
successful on the two point VA-37 5-2 4 Volleyball Intramural Leaguesare this community and has
INTRAMURAL 2 encouraged to watch this requested that all Naval per-
EVENTS column for further notice. sonnel. wear their uniforms to the
COMMENCING IN OCTOBER BASKETBALL OFFICIALS: mall that weekend. In order to
WILSON Pmtfutc SQUASH: An organizational The first basketball officials induce as many as possible to
meeting will be held for squash in clinic will be held on 9 October at wear their uniform, he has in-
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Bert Toth rolls 629 .
for Late Chargers.

;. TEE TALKBy
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Bad j ties them for first nlaceremained Chuck Harlow

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Bert Toth rolled the
Jax- as tight as ever, inspite
biggest set of the Intramural of a few position changes, with PACIFIC LEAGUEThe the top spot. The Splitmakersalso Jax-The ladies:completed the
Bowling season last week whenhe NarJax still perched on rolled another match last month of September with their
top after
led his Late Charger team to three wins over Residue. top two teams in the week and this time they were on Silver Cup Day. The golfer with
three wins with games of 203, 210 Second place remained Pacific Bowling League ran Into the winning end of a sweep, Norm the low net score in each flight
and 216 to finish with a 629 series. way tie with the Dirty a three each other last week and the Lawrence rolled a 204 in their wins a silver cup from the Ladies
The Woodpeckers salvaged one taking three from the% Dozen Bean result was a switch in the top two sweep of the Gutter Rats. Golf Association. The Silver'Cup'

win with Marvin McClain's 227 Burners, Six Pack spots. winners and runners-up are as
taking three ,
The Mad Foxes No. 2 team
and as a result stopped the from the Loafers follows:
game and the Mo Fos Bob Reed rolled a 204 for the remained ,in third place with
Late Chargers from claimingsole taking four First Flight:
from .
the
Busch Buds Holly Rollers but it was to no three wins over the Trippers. : '
possession of first place. As The Mo Fos moved into the avail as the Splitmakers took four John Pyla rolled a 222 and Jeff Silver Cup Gloria 'G rtney ..
turned out the Good and Bad second
it place trio ...
when Bob Swain and replaced the Holy Rollers hiv.v.v Brandt rolled a 203 for the Foxes. Net 79 .,
team tied them for first when Ken rolled games of 198, 191 and 204 .,l
Coots rolled a 206 and they won for a 593 set.The Busch Buds then :.:.:.:.:. :v.v.v.v.WKtJ'X:: : :<:XX.:.X"W'5XW;: <:X.:.X':-XtXXt>X'K>X'>>>X'>XX<-X'!' Runner-up Jeanie Belhobek ;x
four from the Super Stars. fell out of the previous weeks trio Net 80Putts ,.
The Leftovers, who were tied and into fourth place. INTRAMURALBOWLING .4.
Liz Austin and Ruth'Bolin '.
for first with the Late Chargersthe Clint Dycus helped the Loafers STANDINGS Tie ,at 33 ";
week before, fell into second gain their only win with a 205 and L .
place when they split with the Ken Devoy rolled a 206 in the Second Flight; .
Busch Leaguers,who mainteinedtheir Bean Burners only win. ---- ATLANTIC, Silver Cup Lilliam ;'
third place spot in the AFEES moved into third place AMERICAN LEAGUE LEAGUEW. L Oberhausen Net 79 -,
league. last week with a sweep of FASO. NARJAX 20' 8 J"o'I{;j'"Jl.*
The only other American NATIONAL LEAGUE W L DIRTY/DOZEN 17' 11 ,Runner-up Jean .Davis; and
League match last week involvedthe The National League's Solex 5 LATE CHARGERS 19 5 MOFOS '17' 11 Betty. Gustin Tie! at Net. .84". .
Crossed Bananas and Rose's team continued to roll over its GOOD AND BAD 19 5 SIX PACK _17 11' Putts Cutch Decker -35 v
Raiders.The result was two wins opponents with the .Lifers LEFTOVERS 18 6 AFEES 16 12 Third Flight :
for both teams. becoming their latest victim. Don BUSCH LEAGUERS 13 7 BUSCH BUDS : ,14 14 Silver Cup-Sarabob Londeree..
CONnNENTALLEAGUE Smith rolled a 202 to lead Solex 5 CROSSED BANANAS 8 12 RESIDUE 113 15 Net 84 .
Four of the top five teams in the to a sweep and a 27.1 record. ROSE'S RAIDERS 7 13 FASO 8 16
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Continental League came up with The Rat Pack fell eight games WOODPECKERS 6 14 BEAN BURNERS 7 17. Runner-up-Mittle Sills Net 87
sweeps last week to that the only behind the leaders when they lost HURRICANES 6 14 LOAFERS 7 21 Putts VI Paulick.'40 ,
R position changes that occured one to the Dragons and FICEUR SUPERSTARS' 0 20 NATIONAL LEAGUE 9-Holers Silver Cup Sandy
were in the fourth and fifth place 5 was replaced in the third spot W L Melton Net 42
spots. by the Rebels when the Rebels CONTINENTAL LEAGUEW SOLEX 5 27 1 Putts Millie Ray -13
The Thunderbolts fell from took four from them. Richard RAT PACK -19 9
fourth to fifth when they were Beam rolled games of 206 and 203 REBELS 18 6 Coming events for this month
struck by the Women's Lib team. and Fred Merry rolled a 202 for L FICUER 5 15 13 include the NAS Jacksonville
Pat Hildebrand rolled a 197 and the Rebels. GEMS 21 7 LIFERS 11 17 Invitational Golf Tournament on
led the women to not only a sweep Other National League mat ,LEPRECHAUNS 20 8' HANGOVERS 10 18 October 6-7 and plans for the
but also a tie for fifth with the ches included the Hangovers'three ,GAFFERS 18 10 MARINE BKS 10 18 Naval Aviation, Museum Tournament
Thunderbolts.The wins from the Mad Foxes PIN BUSTERS 16 12 MAD'FOXESNo.l 8 16 on November 3-4 duringthe
fourth place spot vacated No. 1 team and the Marine THUNDERBOLTS 13 15 DRAGONS No.1 7 13 big Naval Aviation Salutes
;.: by the Thunderbolts was taken Barracks three wins over the WOMEN'S LIB 13 15 CHIEFS 7 21 Jacksonville weekend.,

over by the Pin Busters when Chiefs. HUSTLERS 12 16
;E' they took four from the Pop Tops Bob Read rolled a 215 for the ROOKIES ,11 17
'.: in a match that saw a lot of big Hangovers and Denny Castleman CHAMECHS 9 1$ P w WBBP BMlM MHm B M
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II NAS Jax to play host ACADEMY .


I'' 1/I /Lk.; to Navv Day Regatta SPORTS NEWS' ,

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'H ANNAPOLIS, Md.-Being the "man in the middle" on 'Navy's
:!I: ? By LT. KIM SNIFFIN 10 a.m. and sail a fifteen qualified racing skippers defensive unit doesn't bother Andy Bushak of Parma,Ohio at all
,1 i' ," Jax -- On Saturday, mile race up to the Fuller 'who wish to compete. Although only a sophomore-one of three starting on the Midhipmen;
I October 13th, the Naval Warren Bridge back The Navy Jacksonville defense-Bushak hasn't' found himself under any pressure playing
inside linebacker. "I think eing on the team as a freshman has
Air Station will play host to the Buckman Yacht ,Club invites
.: :, through allowed me to feel at home thiS year,"the quiet-speaking Bushak said.
t over seventy-five visiting Bridge to Mandarin Point, everyone interested to join He has all the measurable physical tools to play the linebacking
j : sailboats during the eighth and back to NAS, finishing the spectators on Regatta position but he also has the immeasurable attribute needed: desire. "I
i annual NAVY DAY in three to four hours. Day. Incidentally the club like being able to move around out there," he commented. "I'm
REGATTA. Since 1966, The class boats will 'has now opened its supposed"to be all over the field and this position allows me, that

r when the event was first begin starting as soon as membership to both sail. freedom.Navy coach George Welsh believes Bushak has "improved a great
f' sponsored by the Navy the cruisers are clear, and and; power enthusiasts. We deal since spring practice. He has the size and ptential to be an ex
Jacksonville Yacht Club, will sail a series of three have done this with the cellent linebacker," says Welsh. "The position-inside linebacker-
l this sailboat race has much shorter races entirely idea that, by speaking witha requires a lot of thinking.Time and experience are the things that will
f become a traditional part within sight of the unified voice, we can improve him now."

t of the area's NAVY Marina. The action will be better promote a safe and Bushak, a 224-pounder, admits there is some,hesitantcy on his
r BIRTHDAY celebration. continuous throughout the active boating program part at times on pass coverage. "I may make a slow read and wait too
Competitors are ex- day, since several classes for the Navy Jax com long to get back Into the zone for pass coverage, "be said. "Overall, Idon't
inside linebacker. You do have.to
pected to begin arriving will be represented and munity.: So come down and get yourself find any ready big problems psychologically playing on every play. You have tb be
: about 7 a.m.on race day at each class will start enjoy the regatta October ready when they come busting up the middle.
; .. the NAS Special Services separately at five minute 13th, and then come to our Bushak saw action in six games as a Plebe (freshman).last year and
f Marina. They will come by intervals. next club meeting Wednesday wound up playing total of 37 minutes.He also was used on the kickoff

water or over the road on Among the classes that I I November 7th. teams.Growing '
t trailers, and will number may be present are the -- ---

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