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Creation Date: August 8, 1974
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EDITORIAL


t New benefits held up

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for GI Bill studentsLast


week the Senate passed a bill providing the
largest increase in veterans educational benefits since
3? w. +fiA A.Y.WP vote of 910.
World War II by a
With the House already having approved the bill it
would seem to be a light at the end of the tunnel for

Vietnam era veterans.
Except for two things.
One is that the Senate, which approved an 18 per cent
increase, and the House, which approved a 13.6 per cent
increase, are now in the process of negotiating what the
final percentage will be.
Capt. William G. Sizemore Capt. Karl J. Bernstein Two is that President Nixon objects to the fact that
both the House and Senate versions would allow tuition
costs to be defrayed by the G.I. Bill. He also has
suggested an eight per cent cost of living increase in
Capt. Bernstein to relieve benefits.

Nixon has not said he will veto the bill but in a letter to
Senator Vance Hartkechairman of the Senate Veterans
Capt. Sizemore on MondayJaxNAS Committee, he said (in reference to defraying tuition
costs), "it subverts the purpose of the G.I. Bill programand

Jax will get a new commanding officer on Monday, August 12, when is unacceptable for many reasons." .
Capt. Karl J. Bernstein assumes that duty in change of command ceremonieshere He said in the letter to Senator Hartke that it .
at 10:00: a.m. Capt. Bernstein will become the station's twenty-second discriminates in favor of veterans going to high cost
commanding officer since it was officially opened on October 15, 1940. private colleges over the majority who attend public
Capt. William G. Sizemore, who served as executive officer prior to assuming institutions. .
command of NAS Jax on July 1, 1972, will relinquish those duties and report to He also said, "The measures are clearly inflationary !I
Washington, D.C. where he will be the head of the Aviation Plans and Analysis and unnecessary for our nation's veterans to prepare
Branch in the Office of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Air Warfare. themselves for productive lives."
Capt. Bernstein, a native of Halifax, Nova Scotia, began his Navy career Inflation is a fear that Mr. Nixon by no means suffers
serving as an enlisted man during World War II participating in the North alone. But, has Mr. Nixon noticed that as the cost of
African Campaign, the Sicilian Invasion and the landing at Salerno. He enteredthe living has increased so has the cost of tuition? At public,
U.S. Naval Academy in 1945 and was commissioned upon graduation in June as well as private schools.If .
1949. someone chooses to go to a public school and not a
After serving aboard the aircraft carriers USS SIBONEY and USS MIDWAY, private one, doesn't it seem more like an individual
he reported to Pensacola, Fla. for flight training and was designated a Naval excercising free chioce rather than the G.I. Bill
aviator in July 1952. discriminating?
Since then, Capt. Bernstein has led two Navy patrol squadrons, been Naval "Subverts the purpose of the G.I. Bill"? Isn't the
Liaison to a Royal Canadian Air Force Unit and served with the Chief of Naval purpose of the G.I. Bill to defray the costs of an
Operation's Strategic Plans Division. His most recent assignment in Naples, education? And isn't tuition the highest cost of an
Italy where he was the chief of the policy branch, Plans and Policy Division, education today? '
Allied Forces Southern Europe. Would it be inflationary to suggest forgetting the 18,
Capt. Bernstein holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the U.S. Naval 13.6 or even eight per cent increase and just allow the
Academy and is a graduate of the Naval War College and the North Atlantic tuition cost to be defrayed under the new bill?
Treaty Organization Defense College in Rome, Italy. By having his tuition costs defrayed the veteran wouldbe
He is married to the former Jean Elizabeth Schultze of Alexandria, Va. and better able to meet the increasing high cost of living
they have four children; Mark 23, Brian 19, Courtney 17 and Amanda 8. than he would with the $40 extra a month he would get if
Capt. Sizemore has led the Naval Air Station to a pair of the Navy's top awards the 18 per cent increase were passed, let alone the eight
during his tenure as commanding officer. One was the Navy Management Improvement per cent increase. -
Cost Reduction.Award resulting from more than $13 million in cost Whatever the case might be the veterans will just
reductions since July 1, i972. The second award is the Secretary of the Navy's have to sit back for now and wait for the negotiations
Environmental Proctection Award which was presented in ceremonies in between the Senate and House to end. That is when the
Washington, D.C. on August 7. President's decision will come on whether to veto or not
Strikes veto. A decision that could be very fateful for a lot of
out people.


for militaryJaxAnyone
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dI coming or going America
m through the NAS Jax main gate in
:::i the last few days has probably
I.1\1.11.JAX\ AIR NEWS: lone noticed man.the picket sign held by a will be the

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personnel at
'I NAS Jax that picket should serveas Land of the
t.;; The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed 'f ft a reminder to review the
:a each Thursday at the U.S. Naval 1 Air Station, Jacksonville. Florida, ili regulation civilian
concerning
: the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm. All Copy submitted. tyj< of Free.Only so
iI'by: for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public employment Navy personnelon
Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday active duty.
before publication. News items are welcomed from all sources. The regulation states that long as it's '
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la Telephone 772-3111 or 311 active duty personnel shall not
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made ,
a<-> available for purchase, use or patronage: without regard to race, engage in any civilian em- the
';.4 creed,color,national origin or sex of the purchaser,user,or patron ployment or enterprise which Horne of
A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal op. involves an organization involvedin ,
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portunities by an advertiser will result In the.refusal to print advertising a strike or lockout. Personnel the. '
from that source." Brave !IA
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries concerning already employed by a firm
': such should be directed to: which becomes involved in a -
strike or lockout should Im "1.::, -
t ; -1.. THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY mediately terminate such employment
4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 until the strike or
Telephone 387.3566 lockout has ended.
AFFII.AteMlMEII All COs and department headsat FRONT PAGE
NAS Jax are asked to remind PHOTO
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ensure that any person engagedin
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AUGUST 8,. 1974 JAX AIR NFW.AIRWINGER __PAGE 3


Secretary of the Navy signs



new equal opportunity policyCHINFOThe

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Secretaryof At the dinner, NAVMAT Receiving Navy
the Navy signed, last received awards for their Superior Civilian Service _
week, a new equal opportunity work in equal opportunity Awards for their work in y

policy statement programs. Adm. Kidd, in a equal opportunity were P

reaffirming his supportand surprise presentation, Nathanial Stinson, J
that of the Depart- received from Mr. Mc- NAVMAT Deputy Equal

ment of the Navy, of equal Cullen the Navy's first Employment Opportunity
opportunity for all Navy human goals award. The Officer; Talmadge 0. a
and Marine Corps militaryand letter accompanying the Bartley, an employee of
civilian personnel. award cited Adm. Kidd for the Naval Electronics

Mr. Middendorf noted his endeavors far beyond Laboratory Center; and -, ... '.,.-..--
his pleasure with the real established policies in the Joseph E. Wilkinson, an I ORMER EXCHANGE OFFICER RECEIVES AWARD- pt. DonJ.
Childers, HAS XO,presented Cdr. Donald F. Springer,former Navy
commitment to race area of equal employment employee of the Norfolk
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Exchange Officer, with a Service Award Certificate and pin in
relations and equal opportunity opportunity. Naval Shipyard. recognition, of 10 years of dedicated and loyal service and
policies by the management expertise with the Navy Resale System.
Navy and Marine Corps
commanders and

managers and stated his ,

intention his to office use the to powersof its ,yti/, :';, ,::, I: Eastern Beach Duty. Any Volunteers? .*. -

maximum to overcome ; .
any remaining vestiges of $ Ybu gotta believe! married,your wife gets the same discount on'I;.. ,

past discrimination.The ,. Men,we know how hard you've been lodging,and in many cases up'to two children '
issuing of the policy training for this mission.You've even been under 12 years of age,stay in your room free.
statement was announcedon ;. ., dreaming about it.Well,this is it!You know what And in many Beach Duty destinations a
Assistant to do.When you hit those beaches you will you can play golf, tennis,shop,take boat rides,
August 2 by secure your objective and hold it until further take in shows,get snorkel and sailing lessons
Secretary of the Navy for orders. and sightseeing tours at a discount that is 't
Manpower Reserve Affairs p"\ '; You will be flown in by Eastern Airlines.reserved only for you,the serviceman.. .M.'
Joseph T. McCullen, Intelligence informs us that Eastern is the best For full report on every beach,hotel and \
Jr., at Washington airline for such beach maneuvers,owing not special military package deal available with n
awards dinner. only to a special military fare((25%off regular Eastern's Beach Duty,pick up a full-color ,
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,:.' day to more beach destinations in Florida and Any questions?Call your local SATO ",,
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Capt. being f" W Stamp Circles .fl J I



'- By Albert B.CloseIf vehicular traffic and special

f byCdr.Kiehl on Saturday someone asked you where communications service roads,

Botswana, Lesotho and Malawiwere This month Jamaica releases

.. located, would you say four stamps and a souvenir sheet
Jax-Capt. Orville G. Elliott, USN, COMCVWR-20, will be relieved -
others which
would but capture with
imaginationand
by Cdr. Richard L. Kiehl in ceremonies to take place at 2 on i' Africa? Some
p.m. .' \ the South Pacific or creativity that
August 10 aboard NAS Jax. ... might say country's
Southeast Asia. And that is National Dance Theatre Com
Capt.Elliott has commanded the Air Wing since February 10 1973. .. --- +., even
':* r.. ....,. just the problem with new nations pany. These 5, 10, 30 and 50 cent
He reported to CVWR-20 '
from the Staff of COMCRUDESFLOT-12 .
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photos of
dancers
: ; with names.
where he was assigned as Air Operations Officer. He entered the Navy '' new
P Botswana, Lesotho and Malawiare in action. They are portrayed in
under the Naval Aviation Cadet (NAVCAD) program in February
nations who were such works as
1952. He was commissioned Ensign in November 1953 and reported to 'I" i'fe" African "Jamaican "Journeys",
VF-101 in February 1954. j formally known as Promenade"and the
Basutoland and folk-mass suite "Misa
He was ordered to VF-72 in March 1961, the Navy's first F4H-1 Bechuanaland, Criolla".
The National
Theyare Dance
respectively Theatre
"Phantom II" Nyasaland,
Squadron. In September 1963, then LCdr. Elliott was .
ordered to the USS ENTERPRISE (CVAN-) He participated in -' ":ii., ,,.....', in the process of building up Company of Jamaica was formedin
"Operation Sea Orbit" with Task Force One for the first all nuclear new traditions to replace oldones. 1962 to help create a better

circumnavigation of the earth in 1964. In 1965, he participated in two They are trying to establish a atmosphere of high dancing

mon'firsts'aboard the USS ENTERPRISE, 1) the Navy's first all jet certain image, yet contrastingare standards, encourage the usageof
Air Wing and 2)the first nuclear ship combat cruise to Vietnam. Capt. Orville Elliott their modern directions on authentic native dance forms
postage stamps.In from Jamaica and the West
Capt. Elliott's first command was VF.U. During his tenure as BUPERS releases a recent issue Botswana Indies, and bring about local

Commanding Officer, he led his squadron to earn a Navy Unit Commendation retention figures celebrates the centenary of the interest and support for the dance
Two COMNAVAIRLANT Battle Readiness Efficiency"E"s Universal Postal Union with a idiom. They have gone even

and a CNO Safety Award. CHINFOBUPERS has series having these subjects: two beyond those goals by performing .

Most recently, Attack Carrier Air Wing Reserve TWENTY, under released figures whicn show that cent 1889 Palapye Post Office; frequently overseas with
the direction of Capt. Elliott, concluded a highly successful 18,203 Navy people on their first seven cent Police Camel Post successful reception.Ireland's .
Operational Readiness Evaluation (ORE) at NAS Cecil Field in May- enlistments and 37,104 career circa 1900; and 20 cent1920 and artistic stamp con-

June of this year.After being relieved,be will proceed to Washington, personnel reenlisted during FY 1974 air mail aircraft. tribution this month is a
D.C. to the office of Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Air Warfare) 1974 for respective reenlistmentsrates Lesotho, a totally landlocked reproduction of the painting

as Head Tactical Air Training (OP-593). of 32.9 per cent and 80.3 per country, has just released a six "Kitchen Table" by Norah
cent. stamp set ((4, 5,10, 15, 20 and 25 McGuinness. That artist

Capt. Elliott's personal decorations include the Single Mission Air The first term reenlistmentrate cent) showing the various supervised the process of trans

Medal, seven Strike-Flight Air Medals, three Navy Commendation is significantly higher than bridges and rivers which ferring the painting to stamp
Medals with Combat'V',the Purple Heart, the Combat Action Ribbon, crisscross their country design. The painting is a still life
the 23 cent of the last two
the Navy Unit Commendation Medal, the National Defense Service per providing important arteries of with somber but striking con
while the
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Medal (with four Bronze Stars), the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry years, career rate travel and trade. That country trast.

and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal: number slightly of lower.both first The term actual and gained its independence on Oc Ms. McGuinness is an

tober 4. 1966.Malawi Honorary Member of the Royal
Capt. Elliott is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Wilson of Kermit, career reenlistments was higher celebrates its 10th Hibernian Academy. Her
Texas.He and his wife,the former Bonnie Rhoden of Glen Saint Mary, than predicted for the year. anniversary of independence this paintings have been exhibited in

Florida, their two sons and two daughters, reside at 8605 Brierwood BUPERS further reports that year with a four value group ((3, 8, Ireland, England, France, Italy
Road, in Jacksonville. although progress has been madein 15 and 30 tambalas) having a and the U.S.A. Her early artistic

certain; areas of retentioncompared photo of the Assembly Buildingson efforts include the designing of

to past years, conHnued Capitol Hill of LiLongwe. stage sets and costumes for many
NO MONEY DOWN : improvement is needed to Called "land of the flaming stage plays, such as W.B. Yeats'
ease the shortages of E-5 and E-6 waters", after the brilliance of "Deirdre".
Financing for E2' and up! petty officers which have the sun's glint on Lake Malawi,
developed because of low this former British protectoratehas

66 MUSTANG retention before and during the many modern features'in its .
Vietnam conflict years. capitol city. This includes theseparation
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Florida Flying Gators presently


doing annual training duty hereJaxThe

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weapon squadron and were flying
Flying Gators" are delivery, refueling and the famed Corsair' Fighter.At .
presently spending ,their tactics. Marine Air that time they were
annual training duty Reserve Training Detach- located at Marine Corps
(ATD) ,here in Jacksonville ment (MARTD) will aid Air Station, Opa Locka
and instruct during the (Miami), Fla.
Marine Attack Squadron summer operations. The squadron moved
VMA-142, which has been VMA-142's CommandingOfficer into the j jet age after the
accustomed to making Lt. Col. Frank R. Korean War in 1955, when
long trips in and out of the Pound, Jr., said, "the they switched to the
continental U.S. during advantage of being home Cougar Jet Fighter. VMA-
ATD, for the second timein should make this the most 142 moved to the
their history since 1942 successful ATD we have Jacksonville Naval Air t< ', toa4
will be doing their flying ever had" While Lt. Col. Station, its present home,
from NAS Jax. Donald J. McCarthy, in 1959. They began flying

In July 1962, VMA-142 MARTD's Commander, the present aircraft, the .
became the first such unitto commented to the men Douglas A-4 "Skyhawk" r. a
go outside the con- that, "it is my fondest hope Attack Bombers in 1961. *
tinental U.S. for twoweeks that this ATD will be the The "Flying Gators" i-
of ATD when it trained at most successful ever. 'I'm have earned safety awardsfor 5
Naval Air Station, looking forward to serving logging 16,000 hours ke _! '4
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with unit. ---- --- '- -
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Rico. In July 1971, it > VMA-142 was originally without an aircraft accident FICEUR MAN OF THE QUARTER-YNl Nelson K. Foster is
E f became the first Marine formed as a scout bomber and in 1967 was FICEUR's Man of the Quarter. Petty Officer Foster was cited for
I Air Reserve unit since the squadron in March. 1942. honored as the safest single-handedly performing a workload previously assigned to two
yeomen supporting four Operation Divisions while operating in a
! .. beginning of the war in Following WWII they were single engine jet squadronin "high-pressure environment of changing deadlines, crises and quick.
Korea in 1950, to be reassigned as a fighter the nation. reaction responses to external commands." He was also recommended .
qualified aboard an air- for the Navy Achievement Medal I for his work during
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I Stricken sailor aided by HC2JaxOn



July 23 at 7:35 p.m. companied on the mercy missionby with the ill sailor being deliveredto
HC-2 received by Flash message aircraft 402 of Helicopter AntiSubmarine medical authorities at the NAS 6 6r
from the USS SARSFIELD (DD- Squadron ONE. Jacksonville Operations building I )
837), a request for an emergency Proceeding seaward the two after a better than three hour II.I.
medical evacuation. A memberof aircraft received valuable and over-water night mercy mission
the crew of the USS SARS timely controlling aid from an E- and approximately four hours ,

FIELD was seriously ill with 2 aircraft, Screwtop 723,from the after the request for aid was
hepatitus and had to be trans, airwing of the USS SARATOGA received. t
ferred to the Jacksonville Naval (CV-60). Fleet Angels to the rescue

Hospital.A Uoon reaching the USS SARS again. .
SH-3G helicopter from FIELD aircraft 005 entered an
Helicopter Combat Support approach and an eventual hover HS-5 calledto
Squadron TWO was launched over the dimly lit fantail of the t
with dispatch to proceed to the destroyer and hoisting operations
ship over 130 nautical miles at began. The patient was rapidly aid shipon tI

sea. Onboard aircraft 005 were hoisted aboard, followed by his : I
Fleet Angels Cdr. Edward M. personal belongings,and aircraft .
Clune, aircraft commander and 005 and crew departed the hover same day o..1a.cLTOASTMASTERS.P><. _

skipper of HC-2; Ltjg) Jim for the return trip to the beach. HOST LT. GOVERNOR-Navy Jax Toast.
Mader co-pilot; first crewman Flight following was once again Jax-July 23 was a big day for masters' President, Mr. Don Bradt (I U.) introduced Mr. Floyd S well,
AMS2 F. Barthold and second provided by Screwtop 723 while NAS Jax based helos as HS-5 was Lieutenant Governor Northern Division, District 47, Toastmasters

crewman AA Saucier. HC-2's the two helps proceeded back to called out on a rescue mission International, at last weeks meeting. Mr. Sewell highlighted his visit
aircraft 005 and crew were ac Jax.The returntripwasuneventtulPERPETUAL that same day. here by winning awards for "Best Table Topics' presentation and

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I Adm. Thomas H. Moorer ,, former chairmanEDITOR'S of the and JCSdevelopment I

the
NOTE TO MOORER overall
:,.,. 'INTERVIEWI' military situation vis a vis the
.,
;i: Moorer,
Thomas
V& ii H' I". Late In May Adm Jolntchlefs Staff Soviet Union. "There's a
chairman of the
,; ':: visited Chicago to address the Red tremendous lead time in the

: River Rats Reunion," a group of development of any modern

fighter pilots who flew In the Red weapons system. If we do not
Sl River Valley of North Vietnam While initiate the research and
there the editor of the Great Lakes
exclusive development we can easily find
+ n Bulletin was able to get an
Interview. At the time Adm. Moorerwas ourselves slipping back into a

.:,.,.. __ A' about to wrap up a career that state of inferiority. Today I thinkwe
Included two tours each as CNO and certainly have a good postureto
the Jax Air
at
We
,. JCS Chairman.
News are reprinting this Interview In provide deterrence against

II two parts In the belief that our readers nuclear attack. But you have to
S will find It both Interesting and remember the capabilities we
S ,'; S The second part will
__ enlightening. have today are the result of
appear in next week's Jax Air News.
decisions we made in the mid-
Bob Heimbaugh
By of sixties, the decisions we're
In February 1942 a group
making today are focused
Japanese fighters attacked a on the
strength we'll need in the mid-
squadron of amphibious Navy "
Patrol planes off Cape Diemennear eighties.
the northwest coast of Later the discussion turned to

Australia. The Navy Seaplaneswere the status of the allvolunteerforce

part of the pitifully out. concept. Admiral Moorerwas

manned, outgunned forces the guardedly optimistic
United States had cast into the especially since all the servicesare

maw of the Japanese war now making enlistment

machine. The U.S. War department quotes.

bf was hoping to buy time "The success or failure of the

while the country cranked up its all-volunteer force depends on

own military-industrial effort. In the American people-not on the

,1ik .,. that engagement one of the Defense Department or the

planes that was shot down ablazewas Congress or on fome colonel
k;
jS art..t commanded by a wounded that's commanding a unit. Unless

lieutenant from Eufaula, the American people recognizethe

CHAIRMAN WRAPS UP CAREER-Editor of the "Great Lakes Bulletin", Robert Heimbaugh (r), Alabama. Though he and his man in uniform, appreciateswhat

interviews Adm. Thomas Moorer, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, In May 1974 in the Admiral's copilot were both injured, the he does,and realizes that he

suite at Chicago's Conrad Hilton Hotel. This interview followed a Press Conference and was prior to pilot landed his plane and was must give up his freedoms in

the Reunion of the"Red River Rats" in the Hilton. (Photo by LCdr. Richard W. Blaisdell picked up with his crew shortly order for others to have their

thereafter by a Filipino merchant freedoms, you're not going to

ship. The merchantman was have a successful volunteer

sunk within a few hours of the force.

pickup. The lieutenant helped The son of an Alabama dentist,
.1t.' pack his crew into the lifeboatsand 'the former Atlantic fleet commander
the survivors made their
wayto said, he believes that
NEWEST CONCEPT a nearby island where the
esteem for the military goes in
IN, APARTMENT LIVING young officer directed an SOS be cycles. Uniforms are always
printed in the beach sand. The
popular at the flagwaving
1 ) ) BEDROOM. I AND 2 BATHS sign was sighted by an Australian
beginning of a conflict and
Spacious:: rooms, wide windows K1t1Y. aircraft and Lt.Thomas Moorer
tedious by the time the final toll is
central heat & air cond. Private : and party were rescued the
Aim= counted. Looking forward to
patios sundecKs swimming pool .
following day by an Australian
and party room. retirement as a private citizen
corvette. The Aussi
rescue ship the
264-8102 Chairman said he
took the Navymen to the deserted
will golf and fish. He is reluctant
1800 KINGSLEY AVE. port of Darwin which had been about
writing a memoir. "Youcanlt
DIRECTIONS Between 4J- evacuated as a result of Japanese
write a book without
Blanding Blvd. & Orange Park bombing. "There wasn't a human
via I 1295. braggin' about yourself or
Minutes away new "
soul in the town, says the
criticizing someone else. I don'twant
rescued lieutenant who is
= now "
cJ1 to do either one of those.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Against that back drop, Admiral
., Staff
"We went in the hotel; the
-
Moorer agreed to answer
whiskey was still on the bar and
questions from the BULLETIN:
the steaks were in the ice box. We
BULLETIN: How has the service
"
just set up shop. A south
i" 5 Alabama "good oP boy" in changed over your 45 years of
_active ,duty?
LOUIS KINGand speech and manner,the 62-year-
old Admiral has served two termsas ADM MOORER: I think we
might divide the changes in the
CNO
and JCS Chairman
his Rhythm-Maker Armed Services into people
respectively. The naval aviator
changes and So
thing changes.
now appearing nightly in ;- came address to the Chicago"Red recently River Rats to far as material is concerned

c there's been such tremendous
a
The NEW Reunion, a group of fighter
pilots who flew in the Red River explosion of technology duringthe
IT WAS SUCH A NICE Valley of North Vietnam. 41 years I've been on active

t(Tke ,"r: PAY, I THOUGHT I'p During his Chicago visit the duty. The weapons have changed
Smugglers Dc
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deployments and strategy
press conference. The JCS
Chairman addressed change likewise. For instance in

LOUNGE''' the problems of himself to the early days a submarine was
ADULT weapons
'THE not a submarine, it was a ship

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sophomore, $6 as a junior and $8
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a senior.You didn't need much Military
nave true
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money because they didn't let restraints, regulations and
can stay indefinitely submerged.In .
routines. do havein
Fortunately we
aircraft you've : you go anyplace. No young man
seen speC
could survive our country two million young
tacular changes. The aircraft of today with. that
kind and that devoted
of financing. men women are
earlier days were fabric and wire You've had changes oi tnat and acclimated to that kind of
and driven by propeller. Todaywe kind, but on the other hand, the discipline.What .
have jet engines that drive basics of leadership, integrity, we must strive for isa
aircraft
at
supersonic speeds. devotion to duty! and understanding : high quality force,compelenTahoTready. ti -
Weight of weapons demonstratesa of the job haven't An important aspect of 4 iiiei
dramatic difference in the changed and they won't. Every that is the attitude of the public
times. For instance, in the Navywe officer should aspire Jo being a toward the man in uniform.
had the A-l aircraft which was leader. The leader must know Today that man can't be some
one of the last
propellerdrivenaircraft more about his job than the ignorant character who knows
used. It carried the same people working for him, and he nothing more than how to hitch a
payload as the B.17in WW2
which must be horse to In
more enthusiastic than a cannon. our weapons
was a four-engine plane. I like to the people that work for you that programs we try a substitute
tell the
about
the difference
story
make you successfulnot; the technology for manpower. In all
between the F-4 today and Hhe F4I people you work for. So many the highly industrialized countries rrZ
flew as an Ensign. The modernF4 people don't understand that, there is a growing shortageof
weights more than an entire they spend all their time catering qualified manpower. Other
squadron planes of the F-4 I to and sidling'up alongside people countries are having the same
flew.The F-4 today will go faster senior to them. In reality they problems or more so than we are.I .
straight up than my F-4 would go should spend their time with the think you can get enough f i
straight down.So that gives you a people junior to them. people but if you want people who T tllr
pretty good feel for the change in BULLETIN: Can we maintainthe can work as a team with the
cost and the change in per delicate balance between civilian side of the house then the
formance. We used to feel fairly giving more comforts to the civilians must recognize the
secure because of the Atlanticand volunteer force and at the same important part these people play.
Pacific Oceans and now you time maintain the discipline Now there's tendency and I
have the intercontinental missile necessary for split second timing think this attitude is focused on
that will fly from Russia to the US and execution needed in a NATO right now. to say that
and vice versa in thirty minutes. military crisis? since there hasn't been a war in
These equipments have imposed ADM MOORER: The military Europe we don't need NATO.The
heavy requirements on the organization is not a democracyand reason there hasn't been a war in
people who operate them. They never will be. If it were to Europe is because of NATO.
must know far more electronicsand become an organization where That's tantamount to saying.
far more mechanics, the everyone voted as to whether "Well,since we haven't had a fire
technical aspects of their they were going to go over the in the last three months, let's
training. This means that the top,they'd be potential casualties dismiss all the firemen and do FIELDING ANOTHER QUESTION-Adm. Moorer answers a I
man in uniform today must know right away. When you put on that away with the firehouse.' question from female correspondent In the foreground |lust prior to
more than he did when I began uniform you can be ordered to the End 1st Installment his addressing the "Red River Rats" Reunion.

my military career. The North Pole, the South Pole,
educational requirements are Alaska or any damn place you're 5 Ii S.Phone
much higher. needed and you can't do a hell of
The creature comforts which a lot about it. When you're sup- Blanding Boulevard

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water. In the beginning of my I
career I slept in a hammock. DINNERONLY is Family Night!
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When I entered the Naval
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.allowed out again until Christmas If you .want a new
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expected and accepted restric- Bill arid Stock Option ".
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DoD sets new liberal



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(AFPS-The) Department of Defense is urging all
the 30 days of leave they earn each
military personnel to use year and
: ;.: BY NWCA JAX 86 for annual leave
t is encouraging all commanders to plan for all their
people to help them use an average of 30 days of leave per year. In

'. Navy Relief ( 953)) particular,DoD wants the granting of 30 days leave between a change-
Lobby Bldg of-station to become more common. This is addressed toward solvingthe
manned for leave and
leave problem for units not undermanned

::. : .8:30 a.m. to 2 :.30 p.m. combat Basic guidance units at home on "Leave and abroad.and Liberty" to the .four Armed Serviceswas

...: .. given June 29,1974,in DoD Directive 1327.5.
..:... Selling thru August 16. One purpose of this new policy is to avoid any individual's losing
leave beyond the 60-day maximum that can carry over from year to
August 19 and 20 will be pick up days only. year. This costs servicemembers upwards of 800,000 leave-days per

Another is to answer criticism that military leave is too costly,
specifically that some $400 million worth of unused leave is cashed i in

annually be servicemembers."There .
are many who feel that this simply reflects that our leave
entitlements are excessive and overly liberal," said Deputy Assistant
Secretary of Defense (Military Personnel Policy) Lt. Gen. Leon E.

Benade in a recent interview.
NOW OPEN Elaborating, he said, "I think we have to face the fact that many
times Congress will provide an entitlement for members of the Armed
Forces and then over the years that entitlement is used in ways not
featuring intended. Because of the passage of time, members begin to regard it

as a right. I am not quite clear, sometimes, what people mean by a
ALL right.I don't believe you can ever have a right to something which is
} YOU CAN EAT!
outside the intent of the letter of the law that gives us the basic entitlement
in the first place."
SPAGHETTI General Benade noted in his AFRTS interview with Air Force Chief
Master Sergeant John Uschold that the Government Accounting Office

Meat Sauce *Salad Garlic Bread (GAO) and other elements of the Executive Branch are
examining the military leave program.
The General stressed that the new "Leave and Liberty" directive
t"r ",'\i COMPLIMENTARYWINE cannot change the amount of leave earned each year ((30 days) and the

{' likeatript0St OR BEER entitlement of payment at separation for unused leave ((60 days).
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DoD will start hiring -- ... 'J



retired military doctors + w M 4 Pub h H i tP'e FA yIL e e



CHINFO--In an effort to shortage of Navy and t

help ease the critical other service doctors.

shortage of military Although the exact

doctors, DoD has received number of doctors to be
approval from the Civil
hired for any service has
Service Commission to not yet been determined

waive the provisions of the by DoD, those given appointments -

Dual Compensation Act to as civil service

hire regular retired doctors will work in

military doctors. hospitals and clinics as ,
A
The Dual CompensationAct GS-11 through GS-14 r
ratings. The
provides that retired appointments
of the doctors will be
regular officers who work
limited to one year, but
for the Federal govern-
ment must forfeit onehalfof may be renewed) by the
Civil Service Commission.
their retired pay in
of i x
excess $3,250.41 a year.
The waiver authority will How the mind and body age is .
-=0 '
=-
being studied by VA physicians so
allow regular retired
that they can predict who is likelyto SENIOR TEST PILOTED FETED-LCdr. B.E. Crumpler, Jr., NARF Senior Flight Test Officer,
military doctors hired by develop certain diseases and shares his special cake with co-workers prior to his recent retirement from the Navy. The ground I
DoD to draw their full advise when preventive meas- check crew made sure that a model of the A-4 rested on top of the cake in deference to Mr. Crum-
military retired pay, as ures should be taken. pier's record for having logged more time in the A-4 than any other NAR pilot.

well as civil service

salaries. ;... :/:'::: s3l !;;.l t!; ; i;rWI:: ::; Mt i;;ltl: t1S1:

The combined staffing of TRAFFIC VIOLATIONSThe
rnirn A5323
Navy general medical

officers and flight

surgeons will have
decreased from 1800 in following is a report of Going through Stop Sign 0
Motor vehicle accidents and DWI 0
fiscal year 1973 to slightlyless traffic violations for month to Other Violations 9
than 800 in fiscal year date: utlz V

1975'. According to Navy NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Forty-four drivers appeared .
Surgeon General VAdm. month 2 before their Commanding Of
This month year ago 62 ficers. Disposition of the cases
D.L. Custts, this physician Total accidents this year 312 include the following: Phillips Highway
shortage is not expected to Total accidents year ago 498 Five lost driving and parking
affect medical care for Number of injuries this month 0 privileges aboard station for var. 737-8440
active duty personnel and Number of injuries this month times.None assigned to complete
their families. However year ago 7 Motorcycle Defensive Driving
Course; twenty three admin. NEW SHIPMENT ARRIVEDPRICES
medical for retirees
care NUMBER OF MOVING action; four dismissed; one
and their families is VIOLATIONSThis article 15 UCMJ; twenty seven

already a problem at month 10 fined U.S. Magistrate; sixteen $2229
several Navy bases, Speeding 1 warning given; six were STARTING P.O.E.
military one dept. head counsel.
Reckless Driving 0 ;
requiring retirees to make

more use of CHAMPUS.
I Some of our Toyotas get up to 30 miles to the.
The Dual Compensation gallon.What does your present car. get?

Waiver is one of the PROFESSIONAL FLIGHT TR\I ING

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Take a lio to lunch at the Jax J Zoo I Ilist



Jax-The Jacksonville Zoo,founded In 1910,has gradually built one --- ---------- S ,
of the finest collections animals in the U.S. S S S s S
Being a non-profit organization,it depends largely on a yearly City '
contribution, concessions, private donations, and a newly instituted : : h- -
program.
This program, "The Adopt An Animal Program," provides clubs, 5SS -
individuals,and organizations a chance,to support the Zoo.They pay _
for the cost of feeding a certain animal for one year. In return, their
name can be found on the cage of the animal, listing them as the
adopted parent. 4 _____
I Money that would have then been spent for feedinggoes, into the _
upkeep and Improvements of the Zoo.This not only gives the animals 44t4L:
better living conditions,but also gives visitors a much more pleasingview
L S animals.To .
-- of the
keep: this fine collection of animals healthy\ visitors are encouraged ] iEt ; _
to look, but not to feed. Tin cans, bottles, nails, pull tabs, r-
marshmallows,and rocks have beenoffered to and accepted by the
animals.Since last January,only two,a sea lion,who swallowed rocks
and an ostrich who suffocated on a plastic bag,have proved fatal.This
does (not\ account for all the others who have suffered from internal -_ -- S
i
injuries and sickness due to something given to them.If .
m. ___ ? you should decide to feed the animals, raisins, sunflowerseedsfruits _
; and vegetables are recommended.No plants and sweets,please.. k
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week it is resolved that next week there will be no rush to make "- Chief of to-, '.

publication deadline as our featured recipe will have long since been Naval Operations, Adm. ,' ,.
selected and given to the editor. Such is not the case and each week it ; t '< ,
is a race with the deadline and space in the paper. This week is no James L. Holloway, III, .;: ;; !

exception.It met last week in .
is not is disastrous as it would seem because the efforts of our Washington with his '
friends at the Word Processing Center have provided us with sufficient principal Commanders in \T ..J' ,

recipes to last for several weeks.We would be happy though to feature Chief for two days of > .>. '. f .
other contributions with them. "\ ,
along : : :
Credit for this weeks recipe goes again to Miss Pat Crosby of the consultation. :,,'.:p'.w\. :: : ) ) )$(
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, BAR-B-QUE BEAN SALAD Shear, CINCUSNAVEUR; : ..
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2 cups cut green beans (drained) % cup vinegar >1,' ,''''': : >.;
Adm. Maurice Weisner '
2 cut waxed beans drained '
cups ( ) >Vi cup salad oil <
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2 cups kidney beans (drained) 1 teaspoon salt CINCPACFLT; Adm. I u
Vfc cup sliced green peppers 1 teaspoon pepper Ralph W. Cousins, GIN- :.''' '.
2 purple onions (cut in rings) V4 teaspoon celery seed CLANTFLT; and Adm.

% cup sugar Worth H. Bagley, VCNO. IgN

Place green and wax beans in collander and run cold water over During the two days of .
them to remove the canned taste. Drain kidney beans separately and talks, a wide range of : ..ad
place on paper towels to remove excess liquid. Combine beans and I. IU''
issues discussed
toss lightly. Mix remaining ingredients and pour over beans. Toss were '
lightly again. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Toss again just before including fleet operationsand ,
serving. Makes approximately 10 servings. training, personneland "

ship and weapon / $

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programs. "Knowing the ,
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responsibility these of- COMPATWING ELEVEN SAILOR OF THE QUARTER-This honor

Open 4PMIALLNEWTOPLESS! ficers represent," Adm. was bestowed on YNI Steve La Bell for the period July through Sep
I tember. As Assistant Administrative Operations Supervisor of the
DANCERS Holloway remarked, "I
Wing Operations YNI LaBell's is
Department
performance
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Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than TueSday ,
arriving too !late for this deadline will be published i for PUblication the following Thursday. Ads

structed otherwise. A check or money order for he cost the of fOllowing the week unless the publ.sher; Is in. Aug.8 Sunday Aug. 11
ad must be
minimum received WITH the copy "THE WAR BETWEEN MEN "DIAMONDHEAD" Drama,
RATE: charge ((3 .lines) ...?.so
Mail to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO. additional line ((4 words per line) ...60c AND WOMEN" Comedy Starring Charleton Heston and

-.4565 SHIRLEY AVE. JACKSONVILLE 32210 Starring Jack Lemmon and Yvette Mimieux. "G" ((107 min.)

J Barbara Harris. "PG" ((105 min.) Monday Aug. 12

EMPLOYMENT. +;..a Jti..I: ,,, Two TRAILER, up to twenty LOTS WITH acre, Tracts ACREAGE 5 milt! f"j- RENTALS: >t.: Friday Aug.9 "PRIME CUT" Action Drama
< _I Starring Lee Marvin and Gene
radius Cecil Field & I 1-295 $2,00000 to'' ; ,, ; .; "GYPSY" Drama
JANITORIAL JOB $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far' Starring Hackman. "R" ((87 min.)
Natalie Wood and Rosalind
'art-time evenings SPM-IOPM. NAS below neer-future values. Call Tony UNFURNISHED APTS. Tuesday! ug. 13
JAX 3552741. Royal Services. George, 389-5514, Eve. 7711976. 2 BR unfurn. duplex, Appl. furn., AC, Russell. "PG" ((143 min.) "MILLION DOLLAR DUCK"
Call 786-1635
WYNNE REALTYOF
[TEMPORARY INDUSTRIAL HELP.. Realtors FLORIDA Specialist Saturday Aug. 10 Comedy, Starring Dean Jones

PICK YOUR OWN WORK DAYS MANY A fe i: ,:MOBILE I HOMES "GUNMAN OF ABILENE" and Sandy Duncan. "G" (93
EXTRAS
lit you have any days with 8 to 10 hrs. 3BR. home with fmly rm. Washer, 1 "- -* - (Matinee at 2 p.m.) Western (60 min.)

[free, and would' like to earn extra! Dryer, range, refrig., drapes, rugs, JUSTISS TRAILER PARK min.) Wednesday, Aug. 14
money, we have numerous lobs fncd. bkyd. 8. more. Only $26OOO.VA. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern "THE LAST DETAIL" Drama, "PIRANHA" Adventure
[available with warehouses, factories, trailer and .
[import firms, etc. Pay ranges from JACK FOREHAND aptsj389.3007.WEBUYANDSELL Starring Jack Nicholson and Otis Drama ,(Actors Rating and
6440103rd St.
(between
|$2.00 hr up. We now have an office in Corp. Realtor-M.L.S.771.8866 bases) GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES Young. "R" ((104 min.) Time not available)
I Cedar Hills for
your convenience for -
[further Info. call 355-2738 from 10AM. QUIET PEACEFULIs __ Phone 388-4419 -... -- ---- -
[3P.M. this beaut. 2'/j acres of land. Fenced LETYOUR REST

AIRCRAFT WORKERS & cleared at a price you won't believe.Off BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT

[ All type aircraft experience con. Jones Rd. on Kathy Trip Lane. DEPOSIT REQUIRED CAREER IN FINANCE
sidered. Immediate openings In. FOSHEE REALTY, INC. SUMIT MOBILE HOMES

terview from 8 AM to 4 PM Mon.-Frl. 388-1581 Broker 5210 Phillips, Highway,733- 422'BRtNG

Aero CorporationLake FOSHEEREALTY ... THIS AD-FOR $100.OFF60'X12' FOR MEN & WOMEN ,

City Airport Immediate cash for your equity, none DORADO
Lake City, Fla. too large or too small. 2BR., IVjBA., wet bar, completely
COLLEGE DEGREE NOT REQUIRED.
Phone 1-752-7911 388.1581 Broker turn., W-W carpet thruout, in park
HOW WILL YOUR CAREER DECISION
An equal opportunity employer near pool. Rent or pay equity and buy.
OAK HILL REFLECT_ YOUR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS GOALS?
Phone 771.2405 after 5:30: P.M.I .
EARN EXTRA INCOMEIn 3BR., 2BA. with range, refrig.,

your spare time. Pick your own carpets, util. shed & fncd. bkyd., I ; : '
hours. Training Provided. Ph. 778.2455 lovely corner. Only $26,000 AVA. TRANSPORTATION! j' If you are looking for satisfaction that comes with Involvementwith
JACK FOREHAND people, a challenge that utilizes your abilities, and ad-
6440 103rd SUbetween( bases) WANTED vancement that relates directly to your effort,men H.F.C.
I MISCELLANEOUS. & ;I Corp. Realtor-M.L.S.771.8866 USED MOTORCYCLES Management training program is your best opportunity. We are I

T Any shape, size, year, model, or looking for career minded,ambitious people, 21 or older,who havea
LIVE CRABS'WILFORO'SFISHCAMP HATE YARD WORK? condition. 387-0551 flair for leadership and a mature business attitude to train for
Now let us show you this. 3BR, 2B I executive positions in our branch offices. Unlimited advancement
744-9707 home, freshly painted & has beautiful E2'S4 UP, NO CASH NEEDED opportunity,secure future,outstanding benefits In nation's largest
Financing arranged, for low mo.
hardwood floors.
$23,000WARMTH consumer finance company. (VA Approved)
AUTO AIR CONDo SERVICE & CHARM pymts. Good dependable used carsa
Also home Central units & window good selection, 3886422.
Beautifully landscaped yard, Lovely FINANCE CORPORATION
AC, Tyler's. 4711 Palmer; 388-S161. home with 3BR Formal DR, detached NO CASH NEEDED HOUSEHOLD

-- 2 car gar on bus line.STARTINGOUT. '65 Dodge Dart, 6Cyl., New paint & 4282103rd St.or 5713 Beach Blvd.
FRESH JUMBO SHRIMP DAILY
? interior. Extra sharp! $495 or low mo.
Also,fresh crabs 2'BR home with Lg. yd. Lots of trees, pymts. 388.6422 Household Is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all minority &
Call 2640677. fenced, w-w carpet, Choose terms, female applicants will be considered on the same basis as other
POP Only $14,500. 7J PINTO RUNABOUT applicants without regard to race,sex,or natural origin.
WARNER FOOTBALL BRICK BEAUTY Yellow, AC, Auto, Radio, Low Mi. 389-
Register at WBA Baseball Field, Neat 3 BR, 2B Built In range & oven, 9760 after 5pm, All day weekends.
corner of Wesconnett & '105th St., July
w-w carp, den, huge corner lot, fenced
27 and August 3 10 AM to 3 PM Ages 9- 'TORINO
12. back yd, low equity $2600
Fee $25.
Needed.
2DrHT. No Cash
I PICK YOUR TERMS

GEORGE'SKENNELS Neat 3BR, 1'."aB home in Normandy 358.0881 Big Chief Say:
Dogs & Cats Boarded Village. Range, Refrig., AC, w-w NO CASH NEEDED
Since 1925. Grooming, !training & carp, Lg fenced yd. Low 20's. '69 Ford XL, 2Dr., H.T. Bucket Seats,
shipping, Visitors welcome. LOTS OF SPACE Extra sharp! $795 or low mo. pymts. GET THE....
Bankamericard & Mastercharge Neat 3BR home with den, All 388.642- ,
honored. Off 1.10 near Cassat Ave.& Lg.BRs.Extras incl., carpet, Range,
Edgewood Ave. Refrig. 2 AC units Just listed.won't MOTORCYCLE TRAILER SUPER
1970 Holsclaw, Excellent shape,
3 rail,
SOBS Edgewood Court,783-U25 last at $23,500 VA.WORKMAN.
has new 1975 plate, $80 or best offer
MOTHER'S DAY LAYAWAYLeft REALTY INC. Call 771.2554 '60'
Realtor MLS 388-938S SAG
unclaimed, lust released. Singer r 1971 YAMAHA 60 ,
Zig-Zag sewing machine, 1973 model, HOUSE FOR SALE Mini Enduro, high Compo head, many
like new. Zig Zags, designs, appliques, 5 BR., Lg. LR., DR, kit, utility rm., extras $125 or best offer 771-2554 Strong 4
etc Left unclaimed, customer left utility yd., fenced yd., carport, 5 PCT. 1971 BULTACO ply all-nylon

area, cannot locate. Need someone in VA mortgage, $30.000 772.9721 250 Pursang, Needs minor work $300or Extra wide
area to pay balance $63.02 or assume
DOLL HOUSE best offer, contact Don at 771-2554
$9.10 per month payments. Will take ABSOLUTE """"= / 9 rib tread
$5,200 cash to mortgage will buy this '70MALI8U
trade. Phone credit
731-0255 ask for
lovely 3 BR. home w-fam. rm., fully 2Dr.H.T. No Cash Needed. i.f '
manager. Will deliver. No obligation. Bold raised
carpted & drapes, kitchen equipped, 358-0881
_
MISC.ITEMS Lg. fenced yd. Lots of storage. Im- white letters ,
Simmons gold naugahyde sofa bed, mac., Immed. Poss. Don't miss this NO CASH NEEDED
avocado green Danish naugahyde one. '68 LeMans 2Dr.. H.T., Air, Sharp, ,* Full '60' seriesdimensions

rocker,adult size: wheel bike with Ig. FOSHEE REALTYINC. $995 or low mo. pymts. 388-6422 \ I ,

rear basket, racks for pick up truck 38M581 Broker 70PONTIACGTOMetallic 1

Call 2685059. V j-R REAL ESTATE NEEDS Blue with Black Vinyl Top, Instant response '
FOR AC, PS, PB, automatic transmission

[. xa:;l 'EAIE: r"IE-t joe Roplak (CONTACT RET. NAVY) Realtor. $1195 or reasonable- offer.- 772-0705 and controlA60x13.19.95

Associate Representing NO CASH NEEDED

NEAR BASES _Blanding Agency, Inc.'Realtorsf! '69 Chevrolet Wgn.Air, New paint, 4
Lovely 3BR., AC in Cedar Hills. CEI771.I036, RES- 781. 7715h New Inspection $995 or low mo. + 2.02 FET

Completely fncd., sep. DR, 8. multi pym pts. 388.6422
purpose room. Must see only $18,000 CEDARHILLS&OAKHILLWe 4
VA. have several nice 3 BR homes In 1972 HONDA G60X14.......:... 24.95+ 2.90 FET
to CB, 750, 8,000 miles, 4
$25,000
Priced from
JACK FOREHAND this area.
6640103rd St.between bases) $35,000. Easy terms. Call for more like new 389.4981 .. 60xl4. '27.95
+ 3.49 FET l lG60x15.
Corp. Realtor-M.L.S.771-8 44 details. NOCASH NEEDED / ..........
FOSHEE REALTY, INC. '67 Pontiac. Runs good. $595 or low

Range &3BR..2BA.refrigerator BRICK, enclosed 38I-1J81 Broker mo. pymts. 388-6422 -........... 24.95 + 2.96. FET 4

garage w-W&D connection, fncd.,
pecan trees, pay equity & assume 28.95
pymts. $161.89 Mo. Vansandt Realtor, L60xl5........... + 3.47 FET
3893549. GUARD .
SECURITY Pmtiipr Tire fiuraittttunrtiri a.;

Kist 4 n*bur*to ttt If**to qu hat H tin bit n vi*M w
VA TERMS Retired Military Welcome iptiM.,.U a..iw..cUffi {M)|hr IN lnJ mm lea rniti- isan d M
3BR., Cony to NAS & Cecil. With tvntlfricipbsttLuniM /

range, ref rig 8.AC. Only 21800.
JACK FOREHAND "4 .( isl.ur.t hr I J KlW ifct R"tna lUll m k.ttk|.M wti
4440103rd St.between bases) nfbct H OuriN W.*..**.Arab dm K tkt omtl" ..pM taL.GUST
C..mI ntidn u hMrd .
Corp. Realtor.M.L.S.771.8866REAL FEDERAL RESERVE BANK


New & used home ESTATE sales, equities, OF ATLANTA

appraisals. Our staff is navy oriented.
BRANCH
Room 60", First Federal Oldg. Call JACKSONVILLE

355-9094. 384-5212, 7712189. ...has an opening on Its ItandForce. Must s rlct

Page AsDinwalt, Broker excellent physical condition w
Investigation and firearms qualification test.

VERY NICE security Salary W700 yr Apply In person, 515 Julia St. Mondaythru
3 Bedrm. Home with Air Cond. &

range, serving bar between kitchen & Friday, t'
An equal| opportunity employer
LR, fenced backyard. Only 17000.
VA. Call today.

JACK FOREHAND
4040 103rd SUbetween( bases)

Corp. Realtor-M.L.S.771.8866


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.. .:.:.:{.:.:.:{:.:.... N. mhaaHMftvvfrMWWWWTHE ..-=................... ........ .. ;.;.;........ ..................!..-;...' I :-:.:--:..... ; MAPLE mohths ago HUTCH, now, paid$199,$275 MAPLE three BA FOR, Xtra SALE stor: SPACIOUS, Gar, Fireplace 3 BR, 2,

DINING SET, beautiful six Hdw Flors. 2 Gas Fl. Furn. 3 AC.

Flee-T MARKETA [ :] captain chairs, paid $450, now 10x14 shop. Yd W-Wd. Deck,
Blount Av.
Landscaped 4665
25. 77M184.
FREE PERSONAL WAN r.AD SERVICE $
for Military and Civilian Employees cf NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field Ortega Manor 388-5292

I. SUPER ..........
------- .- ------.- .- -_-- 1972 VOLKSWAGON
1 BEETLE,28OOOMU Green, runs 1969 CHEVELLE, 327-375 h.p., 4-

II FREE: WANT AD ORDER FORMADS perfect. Very good condition, speed, green metalflake, white
vinyl top, black roll-lmpleated,
( MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) $1650. 771.1184FOR LIKE NEWT.
Corvette wheels.

f SALE: 16.6 Ft. $1600.00 771-7695
REFRIGERATOR, all frostless, ..........

., Avocado Green, like new, TEAC 4010SL Tape Deck. Auto-

reasonable. Electric can opener, Reverse W-Dust Cover 786.2567 or

lighted makeup mirror, misc. Cecil Field Ext. 8424 Adams.

J I Items, Phone 264.8930 after 5 p.m. .
I .1'I FOR SALE: 1972 Sears Portable
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and! REQUIRED I INFORMATION BELOW
Dinette Set Walnut formica 6 Dish Washer, Excellent Condition -
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. ,
chairs, table has extra leafs, $65.00 78600681972CHARGERSE

'I I padded seats, beige with gold,
excellent condition. 772-3477 Loaded, Low

I Name Office or activity to which assigned I mileage, good mechanically.Retail .

1965 OLDSMOBILE DYNAMIC $2750, asking $2200. Total
II 1II I 88 Holiday sedan. Good running Flnanceable at CU 264-6163 or

,1 Rank.Rate or Grade. Work Phone No. Signature 1 condition. $225.00. Call after 6:00 NAS 2708

p.m. or on Saturday 772.0593
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active I
must provide all information requested le: Full .
military or civilian;! employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I FOR SALE Two air con.
I1 NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field., his signature, grade or rank-rate, office/ or activity FOR SALE: 1973 OPEL MANDA :ditioners. One 15,000 BTU and one

I 2. Free advertising In the :.:'Flee-T MARKET"will to which he is assigned and office telephone. This I (Luxury) Gray with Blk. Vinyl 23,000 BTU. For 'further Information
be limited to: Offers to buy,sell or rent housingfor information is for authentication only an4< your ad I Top. Automatic AM-FM Radio phone 772.7979
should be worded independently of this Information.
personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I 772-8133 after 4:15:
personal property; offers of or requests for rides to
S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In I FOR SALE: Orange Park,3BR, 2
and from work; announcements of educational
I courses offered by nonprofit organizations or the 'following edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads I Potted Llgustrum, Boxwood, bath, FR.Sep.DR Xlge lot, biro,
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted arriving after that date will be placed in the Gardenias 75c. to $1.00 others. dswhr, CH-A, 2 car garage. W-W
following week's edition. Ads will be run only, one I
only If the words "PCS" (for military), or time, unless submitted as prescribed above. Coffee table$15.00 Singlebed with car Call 264-9879 weekend & even.
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians the
I leaving I almost new mattress & springs.
Jacksonville area) are Included in the wording of the
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied .. No phone calls will be accepted r + "Q I 771-3306 1971 HONDA 100SL .. Very good
1 by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET'! advertising. The JAX AIR I condition less than 4,000 miles
NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide
,I 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing lervlces for advertisers. I 3 ACRES In SWITZERLAND, 17 $275 Call 786.4151 After 5 p.m.
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed miles from NAS lots Of trees,
I in each edition of our paper Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No $6200 and assume $4300 at $50 per HOBIE CAT No. 1619 for sale
will be rejected.e. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be .
'I accepted. mo. 264-4714 $2000 race equipped, trailer,
I Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T I extras $2300 value: Call Jim
MARKET" Editor, c-O JAX/AIR NEWS Bldg. 1, I. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of. I 1964 CHEVY CONVERTIBLE: Bateman 772-3395 after 7 p.m.
I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville Florida 32212 business or which do not meet the above
I MALIBU SS, V8, AT, AC, Good
OR
I requirements will be rejected. The publisher
'."Flee-T MARKET" Editor, c-o AIRWINGER reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I condition, $325. Call 778-3980 after Cassette Stereo tape deck, push
t.! in, NAS Cecil Field Florida 32215. These forms IIIIII 5 button operation, Includes
... -- ----- --------
e L-er--a.------._---------- .!-_o.r sss a.ssw sir w.. .J microphone, In excellent condition

W DATSUN 510 Station Wagon. Crib & Mattress $25.00 Playpen Cyl' Heads, Super Stock ExAlanifolds FOR SALE: Walnut Modern $50.00 also cassette tapes

Red Radio, Heater, 4-Speed. 28 $10.00 Changing Table $2.50 Two 383-6 Pak, <<0-6 Pack, dining room suite, Table with leafS your choice $2.00. Phone 7864126.

MPG plus. See at Chapel or ph Sets Metal Bunk Beds w- Mallory Ignitions Carb and side chairs, 1 arm chair, China .......-..
3051 $675 Mattress. $20.00 Ea 772-8927 More. Priced Right. 264-4106 Cabinet $300. 2645684Boys MUST, SELL: 5000 BTU Air

......- after 6 p.m. Weekend! Conditioner, less than 1 year old.
..........
64 VW BUS-Need 1600cc Eng. 1972 SCAMPER Pop-Top Camper Bicycle: 20 inch 5 speed Excellent condition. Call 772.1320

Windows\ 360 P carpet, bed and Custom 8, All Vinyl, Spare Tire, SUZUKI GT250 1973-1400 Miles Columbia "Long Boy". $25.00 after 6 p.m.

radio $500 264-2454 Awning, Mirrors l Included Like like New. 264-3692 after 4:00: PM Lawn Sweeper: Like new parker

New.'$1250 772.8927 .......... 36 Inch trallette, TE7036. $115. 1974 KAWASAKI 175, 500 miles
For Sale: Large MediterraneanOAK Rent 2BR HOUSE. Ref-Stove. AC Jax Ext. 2551 or 264-5826 $650.00. 772-7964

DESK Exec. condition $80 For Sale: 1972 Trailblazor Fur. 2 Acre Fenced $150 per Mo.:
Phone 778-1370 home CAMPER TRAILER. 18 Foot, Ph 284-9780 No collect Calls 1971 MARK III CONTINENTAL. 1973 SEARS COPPERTONE
Fully Self-Contained, $1700 Call Grig, owner, 27,000 miles. Immaculate DISHWASHER $150.00 Also'
For Sale: EARLY AMERICAN 786-6774 on Ext. 3966 condition $5,200. Jax GOLD CHINESE MODERN
e' Brown Tweed SOFA, Oxblood FREE RABBITS Male, 1 Ext. 2551 or 264-5826 COUCH and CHAIR $150.00 All

Vinyl Club SOFA, Matching 3 BR Split level, by owner, 2'/z Female, and 6 babies. For Sale. Excellent Condition Phone 641-

Maple End TABLES, Slide bath, den, W-W carpet, Dbl belt exerciser, excellent' condition Turntable Garrard 7398

Projector-Movie Screen, All garage, CH&A, fenced back yard, $50 772-3351 (professional) Stereo Brand
v
"
Excellent Condition, PH 264-8930 privileges to Drs Lake, $12,500 & new, a real buy $40.00 772-3109 or Wizard no frost 15 cu. ft.
after 5PM' assume. 7% percent 264.7622 SLEEK-1971 Crltchfleld FG-15', 778.3421 REFRIGERATOR 'wo door

110 HP Merc gator tilt trallor. large freezer on bottom real good

HOME FOR SALE: 4BR, 2BA, ROLLING HILLS, Four Dedroom $1,850.00 724-3184 or 2164 Jim Auto Tow Bar with.safety chain. condition 65.00. Call 771-4274

Approx 1800 sq.ft.-Living Space. HOME family room, fenced tree Dixon $60.00 used once Call 264-5792

Hlbernla Forrest-Six miles S. of yard BIRO electronicallyfiltered See at 305 Edson Dr. Orange Park LAKE HOME for rent Sept 74 2
Orange Park Off 17-One Acre- two baths, much more, First $200 gets ItJ! 1972 Eagle BR T/2 BA FR. with FP CH-A on
$55,000 Tel 284-5238 Negotiable $33,900 786-4530 MOBILE HOME, CH&A Furn., 1971 4 dr. DODGE POLARA like White Sands Lake 40 ml from Jax

2br, 2 bath, Full carpeted, with new, 40,000 miles, vinyl top, AC, 264-4170

8x25 One bedroom MOBILE 1963 VW-Wlde Tires on Rear. skirting, In Immaculate shape. PB, PS, Speed control, steel

HOME, older model Well built, Adapters for Front. Asking $250. 264-6792 after 5PM belted tires $1,895.00 or best offer ORANGE PARK: Large 2300 sq.

Fully equipped Shag carpet and Call Chief Henke C.F. 8137 264-4268 ft. 4BR, 2 BA, Brick Home, W-
AC unit Reduced to $1,000 388- For Sale. Remington ELECTRIC LR, DR, Lrg FR&FP, Utll. rm &
8375 1967 FORD Heavy Duty TYPEWRITER. Pica Print FOR SALE: One Pair of Chicago 2 car gar. Dr. pymt & assume low
Econollne Van. Carpeted & $150.00 Cdr Cutchen 772-2413 after Roller Skates size 8. $10.00. One 6 percent loan. 264-4170

High Chair $5; Stroller $7.50; Partially Paneled $750 Call Chief 5:30PM: 743-0745 Pool Cue with Case. Used four

Jump Seat $5; Maternity clothes, Henke C.F. 8137 times. $20.00 Call ext 3405 or 781- 12 FT TRAILER Heavy duty
Sizes ))2,16, Cheap; Room air Must Sell! First $100 Buys A '65 0823 after 5 p.m. ask for Jeff haul tractor-automobile New
purifier $5 731-4571 AIR CONDITIONER BTU FORD FALCON, Needs Work,
; tires tubes cost $171.00 1 month
Kelvlnator, Good Condition. Body In Good Condition. Runs. Contemporary (Danish) In Dark ago. 325.00 781-5794

For Sale: Treasure finder, model $45.00 Call C.F. X8407 or 772.0577 264-6792 after 5 Green Blue fabric. In good .N.NNN

Jetco treasure hawk, sold for condition and great for den $20. OPEN ROAD CAMPER 10 Ft.
$119.00, will sell for $75.00 never 1956 T-BIRD I Mint Body. New: 67 BUICK: Good Transportation.New Call 781-8466 Sleeps 5 W-oven Icebox
Brakes ((4)), Shocks ((4)), Ball range
used, phone 388-6355 Paint, Interior, Tires. Not Furnace Intercom. Stabilizer
See to Joints, Front Tires. Priced to For Sale Crib & Mattress.
original engine. appreciate : Shocks New cost $2495. Sell for
Wanted: to buy 1967 to 1970 VS-28 maint. Cecil Ask for AT-2 Sell. 2777 or 264-7856 after 5 Dressing table walker stroller $1250. Call 781-5794

FALCON, Nova or other small Tillinghast 771.3211 ext. 535 $50 for all Call 786-8890 or Cecil
d' 1973 PICK UP CAMPER 11Ft. Ext. 8201HONDA
Ford Interested In
or Chevy-Also
BOAT FOR SALE 16' Thun-
small convertible 7U395O Ext 292 For Sale Over the CAB CAMPERfor Nomad All Extras Ex AC, Totally : ,
derblrd with a 1973, 85 horse
Small Pickup, $250.00 Self Contained, Excellent $1850 .
Daytime, After 6 249-0565 750 late 72 Model mercury with skies, life jackets,
Electric DRYER $50.00, Clean and In good condition.
73 PINTO SEDAN, 1600cc engine, etc. Take over payments. Call
CABOVER CAMPER-Needs Telephone 771-4902 15,000 miles, new rear tire Call 786.7615FOR
some repair Make offer or will 4 Speed, AM radio New steel 771.2883 days for Frank

trade for Rifle, Shotgun, or For Sale-WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA'S belted radials, Very good condition
SALE BTU Air
: 36,000
, Pistol. Contact Roark 771-8439 Set: Plus $1800 786-4581 ......- Conditioner perfect for Mobile
Yearly Supplements from 1956 to
work: 772-2189
1974-$75.00 Call .772-8463 after Sears COLDS POT 1400 BTU. Air 1971 TOYOTA P.U 37,000 miles Home Central air. used one

For Sale 72 750 SUZUKI Good 5PM Conditioner. 1 yr. old, $180.00 with or without cab-over camper. summer. $500.00 Call 778-2455
firm. Gold 11x8'/2 room size rug 778-0785 after 5 p.m. Work Ext.
Condition. $800 Call 2768
Moper Lovers: 1963-64 Stage III and pad $ 0.00 778-0527 183. (Continued on next page)
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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 17


Capt. Walker gets Commendation Medal I


MERIT PROMOTIONSJax Jax--Outgoing COM-

PATWING ELEVEN n

The following positions have been advertised under the Chief Staff Officer, Capt.

Jacksonville NAS Merit Promotion Program since our last issue: Charles M. Walker (at left

No. 156-74: Fiscal Accounting Assistant GS-5, Closing Date: August in picture), received the

19, 1974, Local. Navy CommendationMedal
No. 157-74: Supervisory Quality Assurance Specialist (Aerospace) during awards
GS-13, Closing Date: August 15, 1974, Local.
No. 158-74: Computer Operator GS-4,Closing Date: August 20, 1974, presentations at the Staff ,
Personnel
Local. inspection held .

All career and career-conditional employees are urged to look for at Staff Headquarters,
the Merit Promotion announcements on the official bulletin boards in Bldg. 506, on July 26. Y
their work areas at least once a week for new announcements. Capt A.P. Lesperanceat 4 _2'
There are many announcements that are open continuously. Copiesof -
( in
right picture)
,
these are available at the Rating Branch, Civilian Personnel
Department, Bldg. 907, Room lll-A. Employees should contact the Commander Patrol Wing \

Rating Branch, Ext. 2320, Civilian Personnel Department,to inquire ELEVEN, presented the '
about positions in which they are interested. award to Capt. Walker,

who has been on the staff :

( :: :. .. fl since August 1971. Capt. : g

Walker will be reporting in kY
IFLEE-T MARKET
I to Jacksonville Univer-

(Continued from page 16)) sity's Naval Reserve

Officers Training Corps

1973 MAZDA RX2 Rotary Engine FOR SALE: Schwinn 10-speed unit as CommandingOfficer 8 .
2 dr. Cpe. AT, AC, AM-FM Radio bicycle Includes speedometer, and Professor of Aws

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rancher BIRO, dining,
family Radio control, repair kit,gas and "
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two baths, assume F.H.A. Commanding Officer,
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Mortgage, refinance conventional Patrol Squadron 46 and

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I NARF Summer Aids. I



I ,.1 "' ....\' ft 1 ,., to Jax-They catch an rise early before bus dawn; punch; run a

time clock and work under close
supervision, but most of the 130
iIN 'i.F summer aids working for the.
Navy at NARF this summer are
not complaining. Relatively few
have fallen by the wayside.The .
Jacksonville teenagers
working under the federal

a : government's summer aid
al program are grateful to be ableto
earn an average of$150.64 take
i home pay bi-weekly and the
sharp departure from an ideal
summer vacation is providing not
only money but valuable work
experience, for a majority of the

youth.
The students at NARF are
assigned a variety of jobs in the
x shop and office areas, learning
d. skills which range from industrial *
machine operations to
inventory and office procedure.
o t and
coordinator
f Program
student counselor is Mrs. Connie

y* Rogerson,a patient and motherly
1 # guidance professional who has
worked with young people for 30
years, 17 of which have been in
Duval County schools.
;
i Mrs. Rogerson does not have
other faculty members to assist
her this year and so she selectedtwo
rw young people, William
4. c.t Kinsey and Claretha Johnson, to
I help administer the program and
keep in touch with the aids
scattered throughout NARF's
sprawling complex. While a
._. senior at Staton High, Kinsey was
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the recipient of a trophy from the
AUTOMATIC TAB BENDING MACHINE functions are explained to DRILL PRESS OPERATOR, Annette Placke, a Jacksonville 11th Northside Chamber of Com
Ulysses Brinkley (Right) by Manuel Cost ,!:a power plant supervisor. grader, has drilled more than 125 aluminum plates without error, merce naming him the school's
according to her NARF supervisor, Robert McCallum (Right). "Most Civic Minded Student," an

Photos by Tom Hansen, honor of which he is particularly
proud.
Story by Doris Card Many of the young people in the
OUT OF SIGHT NARF program have definite

career plans.Their summer jobs
GO GO DANCERS are helping them financially to
JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONREPOSSESSION continue their education, and in
: = All Topless some cases,exposing them to the
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SALE ti BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS careers.
11 AM til 2 AM Dally An especially glowing report of

M laPin !I'm: "" : ::: : z l.'rr..JfWhy ': tr 1080 Cassat Ave. 388-9016 performance has come from the

pay full price when you can get it for less? supervisor of Mark Bivins, a
with definite
young man a career
'
goal. Bivins' interest in electronics .
was sparked by a three
GUITAR PLAYERS year course offered at Technical
High which he attends as an 11th

73 Ford Mustang 71 Datsun PIU Truck STUDIO grader.Production His Control summer has job introduced in.

Grande him to handling of
w/Camper top
GUITARS component parts and limited
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Vinyl top, R&H '\ I'I AMPLIFIERS fl- procurement will help when procedures he goes into the which TV
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College in September. Her lob this summer in Production Planning, --
supervised by Thomas Darby (right),will help with college expenses. -
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,r __ counselor in Duval County schools for 17 years. Assisting are student assistants, William Kinsey and I

,4 iq.' e i iJ t2 Claretha Johnson.
# I repair business with his father a mistake yet," says Bob Mc- Many others in the program
few years hence. Callum. have performed well. In
# Others in the program have Leon Harvey, a second year nominations to select the out
j1 won the accolades of their em man at NARF, is an example of standing male and female
ployers. Annette Placke, is an progressive improvement. summer aid, NARF supervisorshave
example. It's unusual to find a Assigned to the Power Plant last used such superlatives as
slip of a girl operating a summer, Harvey did not adapt "industrious", "willing," "eagerto
F4t foreboding Pratt and Whitney well to his assignments; learn," "reliable" and
drill press, placing a large however, his performance was "conscientious." Many have
aluminum plate in the machine to followed closely by Manuel recommended that the young
make six holes in each unit to Costa, shop supervisor, and this people return to the same Jobs .
llrI) exact specifications. But Miss year he has become a valuable next year or be considered for
Placke does the job and does it asset to the shop, according to permanent employment. These
rt well. Her adeptness at this Mr. Costa. Harvey plans to be a assessments invalidate the myth
;, 9 manual labor is manifested in her physical education teacher and is that all teenagers need direction.
supervisor's assessment of the the recipient of a basketball Many of the NARF summer aids
,f n$. work. "She has drilled more than scholarship to Edward Waters know exactly where they are
125 plates and hasn't made a College. going.


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TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR, Mark Bivins, checks
components in the finished part storeroom of NARF's Production
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_* i_ Minnesota Twins coming to meet


A Sports Editor's' Lament Southern League All-Star teamJaxThe


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By John Doose Minnesota .380, Carew should win his be the key to the game.
Boy-oboy-oboy! When it rains it really pours doesn't it, Twins will be in fourth batting title this The Southern League will

Mr. Nixon? Jacksonville's Wolfson year. have a six man pitching
One day you've got all your trusted aides by your side Park on Tuesday evening, Oliva won his titles in staff and Gardner has
and the next day they're all gone. August 13, to play the 1964, 1965 and 1971. Oliva indicated he will try to use
You never can tell what's going to happen, can you Southern League All- has been troubled with bad all six pitchers in an effortto
Mr. President? And, believe it or not, I know exactly Stars. The Twins will play knees for the past several keep a fresh arm bat-

how you must feel. their regular lineup years but the American tling the big leaguers.One .
One day I was a member of a four-man Navy against the All-Stars. League's innovation of the

newspaper staff that had just won the CHINFO Merit This means that local designated hitter may of the pitchers for

Award and the next I was the only man on the staff. fans will get an opportunity have saved his career. the Twins is local star Ray
Ron Bayles, our itinerant photographer from to see two of the Last year on bad knees; Corbin. Corbin is a 1966
FICEUR, left Monday on orders to PH "A" School in greatest hitters in the Oliva hit .291 for the Twins graduate of Suwannee

Pensacola. game today. Tony Oliva after playing in only 10 High School in Live Oajj:
Mike Rose, our regular staff photographer, left on and Rod Carew have won games in 1972. and attended Lake City
Tuesday when he got called back to his squadron six American League The Twins will also Junior College. He was one

without so much as a days notice. Batting Titles between bring future Hall of Famer of the top pitchers in the
That left me, the sports editor, and the editor. them with Carew winning Harmon Killebrew to Southern League in 1970.
Then on Friday of the same week the editor left on the last two years in Wolfson Park. Killebrewhas He jumped to the Twins in

three weeks leave and there was only one.I succession and currentlyon tied or led the 1971 and has been with
know just how you must have felt, Mr. President, his way toward his thirdin American League in them ever since.

when you lost all your top aides.It a row. homeruns on six different
just wasn't the same was it? Ted Williams has said "occasions. Entering the
Advance tickets for the
Boy-oboy-oboy! Ain't things a bitch, Mr. Nixon? that if anyone currently 1972 campaign Killebrewhad
playing the game of hit 546 homeruns. game are on sale daily at

New: : LooJcsJJVew Sounds! New Girls! baseball is capable of Suns' field manager, Wolfson Park, 'HemmingPark

WHAT* NEWf EVERYTHING NEWUWE hitting .400, Carew wouldbe Billy Gardner, finished his Services, NAS Jax Special and

the man. The little 12 year Major League
NAS Box seats
second baseman has en- career in Minnesota and is Mayport.
joyed nothing but great- looking forward to pilotingthe are $3.00 and reserve seats

ness throughout his Major Southern League All- are $2.50. General ad-
mission is at the
League career which Star squad against his $1.50 gate.
HA VE REMODELED I Remember time is
game
1 began in 1967 when he was former teammates. Last
ESCORTS (Dancing Partners) 7:00: p.m. on Tuesday,
PUSSYCAT selected American League year the All-Stars tied the
Continuous Door Admission HALF-PRICE! Rookie of the Year and All- Atlanta Braves at two August 13.RYDER.
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repeat performance when Hitchcock, feel the series of Home Study lessons on
safety, rules of the road, etc. Then
Your problem: he was hitting .366 after 51 Southern League will fielda come to a Ryder Training! Center for
games. A knee injury stronger team this year on-the-rig experience.FOR .
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john Brennoc1in smashes record



long distanceBY swimming meet TEETALI( 7cmuo ;:; I



Jax--NAS Jax tournament will be
Jacqul Brennock
Jax-The Navy Jax Swim Team moved up in class to, 10nd-under only eight, Brian Mason third and RobertAndP.rson Professional Joe Mac- resumed next year.

girls and boys took the winners and took fourth place. fifth for the boys." Donald is pleased to an- Brig. General Craig
trophies at the BAC InvitationalLong The 10-and-under To finish off the days events,
100 Free for nounce the Annual Junior Cannon, U.S. Army
Distance Meet held this boys was the 800-yard Free Relay for
again all
Navy with
past Saturday at the Beaches. John Brennock beating his Senior girls with Anitra Kling, Golf Championship for retired, seems to like the
Highlighting the meet was 10- personal best time, taking own the Debbie Haffke, Julie Claflin and military dependents of 13th hole at NAS. Last

year-old John Brennock's State gold medal with a time of 1:08.2.: Barbie Lagdon came home with active and retired per- week he had Ids first hole-
Record smashing effort in the After swimming the mile the Bronze Medal,and the Senior sonnel.It in-one on the par 3, 150-
mile, beating the old mark by a event, Julie Claflin, a short time boys 800 Free Relay with Chip will be 36 holes medal yard hole and on his next
minute-and-a-half in the 10-and- later Lagdon, Bobby Haffke, Robert
swam to the Silver Medal
in
under class. This also breaks the the 500 Free for girls 13 and 14. Anderson and Brian Mason did play for boys and girls on round of golf on the same

State Record for the 11 and 12- Chip Lagdon proudly wears the the girls one better by taking the Tuesday and Wednesday, hole he had a deuce.

year-lds. Attaboy! Bronze Medal after taking third Silver Medal. August 13 and 14. Flightswill

The constant Improving of in the 500 Free for Boys 13 and 14. The two trophies are on display be by age groups: Age SpecialServices
times and the team spirit con- The 500 Free events for boys in our showcase at the Indoor 10 and 11,12 and 13,14 and
tributed greatly to their win. and girls 15 to 17 showed the team Pool for all to see. A fine job was 15 and 16 and 17. Play

Following are the teams still strong with Barbie Lagdon in done by all and I'm a very proud starts at 10 a.m. on August
complete results: second" place for the girls and parent. Specials
In the 1650-yard Freestyle (one 13.

mile), Senior girls, Barbie Interested youngstersmay
Lagdon took second and Julie Rugby taking hold in Jax sign up at the golf 1. The Game Center, Bldg. 148,
Claflin took fourth,bettering her course club house any time is sponsoring a "free-bee"day on
own"personal best time by four Sunday, August 11, with no ..
minutes.In Jax-Unknown to most in the Jacksonville area,the Bold New City is up to August 13. Entry fee charge for of tables.
use game
the 1650-yard Free, Senior represented by a Rugby Football Club; consisting in the past of a is $1.00. Trophies will be Rack-em up on Special Services.
boys,Brian Mason was third and beer.hodge-podge of anyone with the desire to play hard and drink a lot of awarded at the close of the 2. There will be a free matineeat

John Brennock, only 10, was fifth Junior-Senior tournament 2 p.m. on Saturday, August 10,
with the State Record time of Rugby as an organized sport is virtually unknown In this part of the which will be September 8. at the station theater. See one of
country except on scattered college campuses and in the major .
22:05.8. the old favorite westerns.
: Florida cities. For this reason there has arisen somewhat of a Mr. MacDonald also
The girls 400 Medley Relay was mystique about the game that is prompted by bumper stickers that announced that the annual
team effort with Barbie Lagdon
Butterfly Julie read: "Give Blood, Play Rugby" or "It takes Leather Balls to play Naval Air Station In-
swimming ;
Rugby".
vitational Golf Tour- D
Claflin Backstroke Anitra Kling
; The game of rugby would appear to the novice as a mixture of soccer
Breaststroke and nament scheduled for
eight-year-old
; and American Football with a few strange, confusing rules thrown in
Jacqui Brennock finishing strongin for good measure. In actuality, rugby is organized mayhem October 5 and 6 will haveto
Free for the third place medal. dangerous only when not played according to the rules or without be cancelled because of
The boys 400 Medley Relay was regard to common sense. a delay in the construction
also Medal for third
a Bronze The Jacksonville Football Club offers for both
Rugby an opportunity the This
place with Bobby Haffke the veteran and novice rugger to practice the skills involved in the \of new greens. __ .. 0 .
swimming Back; Robert Anderson game and to represent Jacksonville in an organized sport. It providesa
Breast; Brian Mason chance for civilian his
anyone or military to improve physical
Butterfly; and Chip Lagdon condition, compete in an organized sport and enjoy a variety of social
swimming free. events.

The 50-yard( Free event for If all this sounds appealing to you, practice starts September 3 at COMING SOON !
eight-and-under girls was a sure 6:30: p.m. at Wolfson High School for the season commencing September
winner with Jacqui Brennock 28. If.you just want to see rugby played, the first game is
outclassing the field for the Gold against Winter Park on September 28 at Wolfson High School. ...another CHARTERTIRE
Medal. For further information call 772-2779 and ask for Bill Walsh, Wayne
The 50-yard Free event for the Shiver or Larry Zurn. .
eight-and-under boys had Jimmy --.

Lagdon in third place and Jamie :: ....,. .... 'V,._
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CECIL"RAIDERS"TAKE 6ND NAS Norfolk for the the station gym. All coaches
SOFTBALL TITLE South Atlantic Regional should attend this meeting.
Cecil Field defended it's title Championships. The Norfolkarea WANTED: Touch football .
last week at NAS Memphis has suffered six straight officials for the forthcomingseason.
winning four straight games. days of rain and has not yet All interested personnel >k ,
Behind the pitching of John completed their district playoffs, please contact Tom McGuckin at
Johnson, the "Raiders' taillied 16 therefore no scores were ext. 498.
times while their opponents available at press time. HANDBALL
managed only 2. GOLF An organizational meeting for 1
In the first game,Johnson shut. The intramural golf Winter handball will be held in the
out Mayport 3.0, and later League competititon will get station gym at 1000 on 12 August.
repeated the performance under way this week. A total of The tenative starting date is 19
against OLF JAX by a score of 4- nine teams have entered the August. Teams interested may
0. Their next game was league, including the defending sign up at the gym office.
somewhat closer as they went champions,. VA-45. Information Minimum team roster is three
but still be players. ...
against Memphis, concerning scheduling may
managed to squeeze by, 21. obtained by calling Bill Stott at .. THE TINKERTOYS ARE BACK-VMA-124 arrived at NAS Cecil
Following these three big ext. 245. Field on 27 July for two weeks of Annual Training Duty. VMA-124 is .
victories, the Cecil squad, BOWLINGDue attached to the FOURTH Marine Air Wing, and is homebased at NAS ;
coached by Jim Lee, was able to to the closing of the lanes Memphis, Tennessee. Twenty-one officers and one-hundred-one g
sit back and watch the losers for refinishing, some leagues enlisted personnel made the ATD trip. During the two weeks, the 1
bracket to see who they would may have to extend beyond the \ squadron pilots are refreshing in the bombing phase of flying. In the
face in the finals. At this point in summer cut-off date of Sep. photo above MAJ M.C. DRU R Y, CO of VMA-124, prepares to launch on J.
j the competition Cecil Field was tember 1st. This would result in a a bomb training mission, assisted by Plane Captain Cpl. J.B. 1
the only undefeated team left. In loss of ABC sanctions,and league MCKENZIE and SSgt. H.W. JOHNSON. I
the final game the Cecil 'Raiders' officials are urged, where t tt
went up against the Memphis possible, to schedule make-up
squad for the top honors. Playingas games. Contact Chuck Lambertat WITHOUT ADVERTISING YOU WOULDN'T KNOW! ,
they had throughout the the bowling center to check on \
tournament Cecil Field went on the availability of lanes.FOOTBALL .
to defeat the Memphis team by a
score of 7.1 enabling them to A meeting concerning the SPEAKEASY
regain the 6ND Softball title. upcoming touch football season
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is will be held w BURLESK *
This week the Cecil Squad at at 1000 on 13 August in
Chris Dickerson, Mr. Universe
1973.1974wants to remind all you
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the station gym is open seven
WILSON Pemtioc days a week at ypur conveinence. Bartenders,Waitresses *
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1 Errors hurt Fliers in Memphis |

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) Jax--The Jax Navy eighth. Pliers their second loss

Fliers returned from the That's when Jim Boyetteand and a ticket home when

ATHLETIC ADVISORY meeting.Agenda items 6th Naval District Fast- Schneider hit back-to- they won 62. The Fliers

COMITTEE: MEETING involving the Fall Sports pitch Softball Tournamentthis back doubles to start Jax were coasting along with a

TODAY Program will be proposed. week with a 1-2 record. off on a winning foot in the 2-0 lead up until the fifth

Jax--Today (August 8)) PISTOL MEETING The Fliers won their tournament.The inning and then the floor

at 9:30: a.m. an Athletic NEXT WEEK initial encounter in Fliers next en- fell out from under themas

Advisory Committee Jax--An organizational Memphis in extra innings counter came against their Meredian scored six

Meeting will be held in the meeting for the approaching when they played the old nemesis, Cecil Field. runs on six hits and six

i MIC Room of Bldg. 110. All intramural Orlando Club.Orlando Cecil held Jax to two Flier errors.

,commands, departmentsand pistol season will be held in took a 1-0 lead in singles and a double on the Schneider provided

units assigned to NAS the NAS Athletic Office, the first inning of this way to shutting them out, the only bright spot in the ':

Jax and participating in Bldg 563, at 930; a.m. on game on two hits and two 4-0. game with his 3 for 4 "

the Composite RecreationFund Wednesday, August 14. If errors. The Fliers, Meridian dealt the performance and one RBI. .
are urged to have your unit or command however, came right back ,. "

representatives attend this plans to compete in the with two runs in their half ,.
of the inning. Walt Swink ')l. ,
pistol competition, then it (
j REC CENTER is required to have a started the inning by i', ,
reaching first on an error
representative at this
1 RAMBLINGSThe meeting.DID and then stealing second.
i Shepard then doubled to
YOU MISS THE
bring Swink home. Cliff
i Dependent Recreation GOLF MEETING?
i Center was the sight of highly Jax-An Murray followed with a ....
i competitive activity as the pool organizational single and '
i tournament entered its third meeting for the upcoming Shepard home for brought a 2-1 \\S'\ r/) 4 'j
: week. Once again first place is intramural golf season lead.
; controlled by little Mike Ergle was held last week in the
with eight wins and only two Athletic Office. If Jax added another run in O
losses.Larry Garrels is in second you the second inning on two O
missed the O 9r.H
with five wins and four meeting or walks sacrifice and f :'
place a an .. :,
losses followed by Jack Stephenswith your unit failed to send a error. Orlando came backto :J .t,. '
four wins and four losses.On representative and you "'\1.1. I TRIED TO DO WAS SEE IF IIER SKIRT WAS MORE
tie it in the third
still want to compete, call up THEN TWO INCHES ABOVE HER KNEES. '
the basketball court the inning on a two-run homer .'
defeated the Bucks by a Ext. 3239 as soon as
Cougars and the score stayed 3-3
possible. Open for your conveniences a.m.-6p.m.
forfeit.
until the bottom of the Closed Sunday

Coed volleyball is underway. )f PICK-UP & DELIVERY
Everyone is working hard and ROAD SERVICE
enjoying themselves. Volleyballgames MECHANIC ON DUTY
have been changed from First JAPANESE RESTAURANT in Jacksonville! AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
Monday to Wednesday nights, NATIONWIDE TRAILERSOne

effective August 19. Way or Round. TripBOB'S .. ................'...
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Anyone interested in any ac- Japanese Rooms ; : .i ;
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