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 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
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VOL. 30 NO. 22 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida AUGUST 17, 1972
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New Standards Cycle CNO Urges SafetyJax 4r1 L L.A 9.






A recent message from the office of the Chief of .

Naval. Operations establishes new standards for I )

motorcyclists operating their machines on board Naval 1 .r Tj

rates.installations, in the face of rising motorcycle accident I .


The message reports an in requirements-worn on the head W+ '
crease of 31.5 percent in the with the chin strap properly \, wk.
number of Naval personnel killed fastened, and LiJif
.. in motorcycle crashes during 2)goggles") or face shields which Il .
fiscal year 1972. meet or exceed A.N.S.I.
There were 71 motorcycle requirements.
,- fatalities in FY-72, as compared The message points out that the 'f. '
with 541n FY-71. In addition, FY. laws of the state in which the j 1 I __
72 saw an increase of 20 percent cycle is being operated will take A30-YEAR PLUS CAREER ENDS as AGCM William LHeagley and his wife"Ptte"are piped over
in the number of disabling in precedence in regards to eye the side at Fleet Weather. Chief Heagley was the first Master Chief of the Naval Weather
: juries suffered by Naval personnel protection when a conflict exists Service Command and spent three tours here before his retirement. He is one of the few Navymen In
y operating or riding (between the state and A.N.S.I. this area who were at Pearl Harbor when the Japanese Attacked.

.i ..:.. ...',. motorcycles. requirements). '
.W There were 582 disabling injuries As an added safety precaution, C.A.R.E. NATTC Join HandsJax
i In FY.72 and 484 in FY-71. the message recommends that all ,
:c- The message goes on to say "in cyclists wear shoes, but
1.. order to minimize injury to the preferably boots; full-length NATTC and the NAS Jax C.A.R.E. Center have combined staffs and
t. cyclists it is mandatory that all trousers; long sleeve jackets; facilities in order to combine the effort of"helping people help themselves".

personnel, military and civilian, gloves; and reflective tape on Although there will
remain Center and the COMFAIRJAX Director, "Truly,.it can be said
who operate or ride as a their helmets, jackets, and some. slight differences in their Drug Awareness Team, is that our C.A.R.E. Center is

..' passenger on a motorcycle on cycles. individual programs ,significant since there will now people-orientated and not solely
board Naval installation" wear The tape increases the necessitated by the communitiesthey be ten full-time counselors under interested in the abuse of illegal
,M" ,the following safety equipment: visability of the cyclist to other represent, there will be no one roof, a five-man drug drugs.
__, ,?.,1)) a ,fuirhead helmet which highway! users at, night, separation of purpose. education team and NAS Jax's "Many hours each month are
meets' the American National especially when signalling, t minority affairs representative. devoted to Having fun. We offer
lanes, or turning. The combining of the two
changing
Standards Institute movies, raps, and folks music,"
... organizations, coupled with the According to WOl R. M. and "All are welcome to come
previous union of the C.A.R.E. Leasure, C.A.R.E. Center and enjoy."

1st Woman .

? OfficerTo Don't Forget



.- ShipJax POWMIA'sRetired


Following closely in the
.,.,." wake of the CNO's Z-Gram 116,
the Bureau of Naval Personnel

l'..'' has assigned the first woman Seminar SetJax
officer to sea duty.

Ltjg( ) Ann Elizabeth Kerr of A retired seminar for all military personnel,
San Francisco has been assignedas including all branches will be held aboard NAS Jax in
Administrative Officer aboardthe
October.
II hospital ship USS SANCTUARY -
(AH-17)) and will be the Personnel interested in attending are invited to fill out
: first of two woman officers to be the clip-out below and mail it to:
if assigned directly to the ship's
LEGION OF MERIT. Cdr. Luther W. _Peek, ASSISTANT Supply company. Transition Site
Officer, receives congratulations from, Capt. William G. Sizemore, Box 19Naval
.
The second will be
NAS Jax CO, after being awarded the Legion of Merit Award. Cdr. a Supply Air Station ;
officer. .
Peek won the award while serving In Vietnam. Corps Jacksonville, Fla. 32212 A'S '
( ) Kerr is
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assigned to the Naval Air Test .

I LINK Has The AnswerJax I Facility at NAS Lakehurst, N. J. j From:. : :

(Name) (Rink/Ratt) (SSN)
Do you have ques- The second issue of LINKis She has an A.B. from the
tions about shore duty now available here and it University of California at To: .
opportunities, reenlistment has something of interest Berkely and was commissionedas (Appropriate Host Commander) '
'. incentives, swaps, advancement for everyone, regardless of a line:officer on December 18, SubJ: Retired Navy Personnel Seminar
I procedures, or his or her rank or rating. 1970. Ref: (a) OPNAVINST 1720.3 of 16 December 1971

anything else that effects Since there is only one :: :::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: .:.:;:.:.:;::::::::::::: : ::: 1 to 1. I be am held Interested In accordance In attending with your reference next Retired(a). Please Navy Personnel notify. me Seminar of the
Navymen and women copy of the bulletin for date and location of the seminar at the following address. ;:
whether first termer or every ten Navy personnel, What's InsideMenu .
career? the Jax Air News' will be (Name)
Chances are LINK, the publishing exerpts from it P,2
enlisted personnel I in coming issues to help Civilian News P.6 (Stret Address)
bulletin has the word on new P.8 Ij
distribution pass FAW-11 Anniversary j (City. State, Zip Code) .''
the answer or will tell you programs and opportunities Sports P. W
2. If space permits my wife (will) (wl!| not).attend '
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how to find it. v
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"Published by the Holt Publishing Company which is In no way connected with the Department of Ihe Navy.Opinions contained here are not official expressionsof
the Department the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised." lot"

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.. Sunday Aug. 20 Hash Brown Potatoes, Chilled SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on

I l'1i i ;:: : fj 1 Grilled Pineapple BREAKFAST Minute Juice,:Steaks Fried Chilled,Eggs French Figs to, Chilled Order Toast, Grapefruit Juice, Pastry Bar. Hamburger Frankfurters Bun, Grilled, French Hamburgersor Fried

; ; : ; ;i, Maple Syrup, Choice of Luncheon Hot DINNER Roast Turkey Chicken Sandwiches Gumbo, Stuffed Soup, Potatoes, Dessert Bar.

............................................................................ .... .............................. ................... .... Meat or Pork Sausage, Pastry Bar. Frankfurters, Snowflaked SUPPER: Beef Tacos, Mexican
BRUNCH; at 10 a.m. Vegetable Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Harvard Enchiladas, Hot Refrled Beans,
Friday.Aug.il Seasoned Green Beans, Salad Bar, Soup, Grilled Pork Slices, French Beets, Gravy, Seasoned Succotash, Lyonnalse Potatoes, Seasoned Green
BREAKFAST Hot Cereal, Fried Marble Cake, Coconut Bars. Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans,. Pastry Salad Bar, Dutch Apple Cake, Vanilla Beans, Salad Bar, Coconut Bars, Lime
Eggs to Order, Scrambled Eggs wHam Saturday,Aug. 19 Bar, Salad Bar, Peach Pie, Chocolate Wafers. Jello.
Choice of Luncheon Meat or BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Fried Chip Cookies. SANDWICH LINE : Submarine
Pork Sausage, Home Fried Potatoes, Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes w. SUPPERi Swiss Beef Steak, Fried Sandwich or Grilled Hamburgers,
Chilled Apple Juice, Pastry Bar. Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Onions, Franconla Potatoes, Seasoned Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes,
DINNER: Manhattan Clam Sausage, Hashed Brown Potatoes, Peas, Harvard Beets, Salad Bar, Iced Potato Chips, Dessert Bar.
Chowder, Hot Roast Beef Sandwichesor Chilled Orange Juice, Pastry Bar. Lemon Cake, Pineapple Pudding. SUPPER I El Rancho Stew or Baked
Chill Macaroni, Potato Pancakes, BRUNCH at 10 a.m.' Chicken Rice Monday,Aug. 21 Veal Loaf, Buttered Egg Noodles, OdOa[
Buttered Carrots, Buttered June Soup, Grilled Ham & Cheese, Pastry BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange Simmered Pinto Beans, Buttered
Peas.Salad Bar, Cream Puffs, Peach Bar, French Fried Potatoes, Baked Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Asparagus, Southern Corn Bread,
Pudding. Beans, Blueberry Pie, Lime Jello. Cakes Maple Syrup, Choice of Pork Salad Bar, Devils Food Cake, Cherry oow
SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salador SUPPER Roast Turkey Log, Sausage or Bacon, Lyonnalse Jello.
Grilled Hamburgers, Frankfurters, Snowflaked Potatoes, Cream Gravy, Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Thursday, Aug.24 NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Bread Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, DINNER Split Pea Soup, Baked
Dessert Bar.SUPPER Buttered Whole Kernel Corn on the Smoked Ham, Pineapple & Raisin BREAKFAST: Chilled Figs,
: Barbecued Beef or Fried Cob, Seasoned Brussels Sprouts, Salad Sauce, Candled Sweet Potatoes, Hominy Grits,. Fried Eggs to Order,
Flounder, Tartar Sauce, French Fried Bar, White Cake, Cherry Pudding. Snowflaked Potatoes, Boiled Grilled Hot Cakes Maple Syrup, Sunday
potatoes, Polonaise Cauliflower, Blackeyed. Peas, Seasoned Turnip Choice Ham or BaconBakedPork & Church School (all ages)
Greens, Salad Bar, Apple Turnovers, Beans, Chilled Tomato Juice, Pastry 9 a.m at Chapel Annex.
Sugar Cookies. Bar. Divine Worship 10:30: a.m.
SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers DINNER at All Saints' Chapel.
Puree of Bean Soup,
or' Frankfurters, Egg Salad Ginger Pot Roast, Natural Gravy, Youth Worship (Jr. and
Of AX AIR: NEWSThe Sandwich, French. Fried Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes, Buttered June Sr, High) 10:30 a.m. at
Dessert
Bar.SUPPER
Peas, Seasoned Carrots, Salad Bar, Chapel Annex. Junior and
: Submarine Sandwichesor Cream Puffs, Peach Pudding. Senior Youth Fellowship
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Stuffed Green Peppers, Tomato 1.30: pm. at Bldg. 722.
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Sauce, French Baked Potatoes, Boiled Evening Worship 7:30
Navy Beans, Buttered Spinach, Salad p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Bar, Yellow Pound Cake, Orange DON'T GET LEFT OUT
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Cream Pudding. IN THE COLD-SEND Tuesday

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Tuesday,Aug.22 FOR YOUR Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News BREAKFAST: Hot Oatmeal, Fried ABBE vrEF BALLOT Christian Science 750 Service and 8p
Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beef on
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Toowy iLr at the Small Chapel.I
Toast, Baked Pork and Beans, Choiceof m. ,
3119. Luncheon Meat or Pork Sausage, NAVAL HOSPITAL
{ Chilled Apple Juice, Pastry Bar. I.m.lt
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"Everything advertised In this publication must be made DINNER: French Onion Soup, St.Divine Lukes.Worship
available purchase, use patronage without regard to race, Steamship Round of Beef, Natural
creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, Oril' Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Okra 8. NATTCProtestant
A confirmed violation or refection of this policy of equal Tomato Gumbo, Buttered Whole Worship
patron.
; In
Kernal Corn, Salad Bar, Martha Service, 10:30: a.m.
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Washington Cream Pie, Hermits. Building 500.
advertising from that source." SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salad

or Grilled Hamburgers, Frankfurters, CATHOLICSaturday
French Fried Potatoes, Baked. Beans,
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Dessert Bar.SUPPER Mass S p.m. at
concerning such should be directed to: : Simmered Corn Beef or St Edward's Chapel.
Swedish Sunday Mass am. and 11
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Potatoes, Buttered Meat Squash Balls,, Seasoned O'Brien a.m. Dally Mass.Monday and,

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Snap Beans, Salad Bar, Easy Tuesday Friday-11:90 Thursday a.m. Wednesday .
Telephone 388.2755 Chocolate Cake, Vanilla Pudding:: Mass 11:30'a.m.: at
Wednesday, Aug. 23 the Naval Hospital Chapel.
BREAKFAST; Chilled Plums, Fried
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"Straight factt"from the
D e ,'FafrJaxDrU' '"''' Team"
SeminarJax
Donor DayJax Attending : 0.1' %

The Jacksonville Blood Two Jax Navy Federal financial counseling and is
Bank's mobile unit will be WardA Credit Union officials will be conducted by the education '
at the NAS Dispensary,Bldg. 8, among 66 credit union counselors division of the Credit Union
on August 23 to accept donationsto from 26 states Washington D. C. National Association, Inc., OnDope
the Navy-Civil Service Blood and three Canadian provinces (CUNA) headquartered in
Account.All attending the 10th Annual CUNA Madison.
civilian employees are Financial Counseling School at CUNA is the national, nonprofit -
eligible to draw from this accountfor the University of Wisconsin in organization serving the U.
Madison. S. credit union movement.
dependents themselves at no and cost their for legal the Charles H. Steele Account Personal money management Laws, Life, and your Success depend on you. If you
blood needed. Adjustment Supervisor for the consumer education cop out on drugs, you could lose all three.
' During the first six months of Credit Union, and YNC Everett delinquency bankruptcy I

this year, 110 pints of blood have W. Coppins Jr., Secretary of the counseling and interviewing ';..::: ::!: :;; ::::=*:::: :::::::::::: << :::::: :rr:: :::::: : ::: :; m :
will
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been released to employees or Committee will attend the : >>.:-:< ;,:;:!;:;;:;::r.--:;:: :;;:X ;';':':-::: :-::-'::':->>::::":):;:;'':::'
dependents.All twoweek program. under the direction of instructors 'r'i
i employees who wish to The program offers university from the faculty of the Universityof S IHO'
contribute are asked to contact level analysis of credit union Wisconsin.

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I are urged to eat NARF Awards ;{{ OF JAX ; .
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little foods and if it is :
very liquids .
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volunteer who is under' 18 Archie B. Cullen Robert M. Reel ':;:;;.'o'W""- .......... .....tTY'......... .. ......., .. .... ......,... n."J.r (}
years of age,unmarried, and who Noah Romincs, Jr. Charles B. Hobbs .tS15tY'...+.....:.:.::..::;;:...::;..:..::.:.:::.:.:::::::.:::.:.:.:,::::....::::.....:.::.: ::.:.::: :....::..::. :.:..::_:.....,...,...::...::...::.::n:::::.:.::.:.::.:..::.:"JO.:t ....:.:.:.:..y-.
does not have written permission E. L. Wttttrwtll Oliver A. Wallace
J from his parents will not be Elltha Council
{: allowed to donate. 30YearPlns Andrew Jackson
Also, employees with a historyof Ealon V. Clenney, Jr. WE FINANCE
hepatitis malaria diabetes or Russell M. Proctor Arthur C. Malnwood, Jr.
low blood pressure, as well as Clayton C. Phlfer William M. Barge
those with colds, flu, or fever Frances L. Pemberton Francis S. Pilinsfei SERVICEMEN
cannot be accepted. Pregnancyis James B. Donnelly Fred J. Connell
also a bar to donating. Raymond C. Kennedy Henry W. Wells, Jr.
George W. Malone John C. Horne ...on topline quality Name Brands
James I. Morgan Richard V. Holden

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CREATIVE PLAY SCHOOL
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information: ORTEGA HILLS NURSERY
"A bona-fide guest is
defined as a person who is 1
MRS.MARION PAYNE
actually a house guest of Owner ft" BUSINESS Phones! 384-1W: .
the host or a person whose MRS.JAMES BAGGETT, HOME 317.1400 KROEHIER: IA-2-B6Y BRCOKWO<)i}, WESTERN*
presence in the club is in Teacher ;

response to a specific invitation Ask about our Badcock EASY PURCHASE PLAN.
OPENING
SEPTEMBER 6, 7972
for the specific Ideal for families
young Navy lust starting out.
occasion who is a memberof MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY, 8:45AM-11:45AM
the host's party and for Wfet ESTABLISHED laM
whom the host assumes 3 and 4 YEARS OLDSState

responsibility. Certified Teacher Midmorning Snack Field Trips
'"Guests are not. allowed Creative Learning Experiences Limited Class Enrollment CENTERS
HOME FURNISHING
to make any type of pur- REGISTRATION I FUNMITUMB.ftPPLIANCI*.LOON COVIMINO.NOM.MTKNTAIMMBMTOVER
chase in the club or to By Appointment, Children must be screened 120 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEASTHIWAY
share any expense Incurred FEES
by the host."Dependents Monthly$25, Registration per yr., Supplies per yr. 17 at KINGSLEY AVE ORANGE PARK PHONE 264.6942.
are not 5029 GREENWAY DR. NORTH Home Owned &Operated by Thomas Walker
authorized guest
privileges.
"Excluding members of
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PURCHASE OF ONE OF EQUAL Toyota Sales 4 Service AVENUE
VALUE. ONE COUPON PER VISIT,
PLEASE. Valid thru Aug. 24, '72

NAME . . . .
ADDRESS . . . . per month J 972 CORONA


Pltta. inn r \

Std. Equipment
SKI Robert GREEN from the
t Includes: /
i Supply Dept. was the Sailor of the
Front disc
PIZZA INN MENU Brakes 0 I Month for May 1972.

I .... ...... &.ree .- Wheel covers//

MOZZAREllA CHEESE ... . . . ... .95 135 2.OSI 235 Nylon
ONION ... .. ..... to. ...... . . 1.20 .75 2.:35I 25 carpetsv 4 Door
GREEN OIIVE ..... .. ... .t.. ..... .. . .. 1.20 .75 2 35I 2.9$ White wall tiri
aLACIC OLIVE ,....... .... ..... .. . . I 20 .75 2.35 25 PHONE 389 4561 SEDAN
GREEN PEPPERMUSHROOM ..... .. .. .. ... . 1.20 1.75 2.35 75 r ;
....... ..... ..... ..... .. 1.30 I.IS 2.70 345
PEPPERONI! .... .to ... .. .. .. ." .. . 1.30 I I.1$ 2.70. 345 Delivered In Jax. on approved credit including fag j sales tax Ju
sup .. ... .. .. .... .. .. .... .... 1.30 I.1$ 7 70 3 43SAUSAGE dealer prep, transport and title tees* Apr fJI In'
...... ...... ... .... .. . 1.30 1.15 2.70 345 terest 6342.77, Doe. stamps :S3.00 percent j
CANADIAN IACON ...... .. .:.... .. 1.30 I.15 2.70 34.1 unpaid balance MUI; total l
HOTJALAPENO ....... ...a.. ..... . 1.30 175 235 2W\ note M31J.52 cash or trade-In down 5433.29.
ANCHOVY. . . .. ... .. ..... ... 1.30 i.S$ 2.70 34S -----
V CHEESE V, SAUSAGe ... .. ....... .. .1.20 1.75 2.35 3.10 AVY--A ;gBoUSi(; = ;
1s CHEESE. SEEP .., 20 1.75. 2 35 310
PIZZA INN SPECIAL : : : : :: : : ::;.::::T. ,:: ::::: .t 2.25 3:20 450 .
MEf A CHOPPED ONION . ... ..,4... 145 2.OJ 2.tS 375 SPECIAL OF THE WEEK J
PEmRON&MUSHIOOM . .... : .. . 1.43I 2.05 2.tS 375 1C CUTLASS*"
PEPPERONI i GREEN PEPPER .. ..'.' . .4S 2 OS 2 tS 3 7S S11"ConvertlbleATPSPBACNlce SMI San.Juan at Niblick
SAUSAGE a MUSHROOM ... . .. .. 145 2.05' 2 tS 375 .
Each Add*d.....*** .. .. .... ...,.,.. .to...b. .11 .20 .25 .30 I'" wScyl. Phone M4-44M
\ 72 CHEVY NOVA nits ... .
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;. .J 4420 Blanding Blvd. 772.8000 71 TORINO $2Wtcyl. EDBOYETT.
., AT, PS, AC, Bucket Seats Used Car Mgr. Q 1,2, and 3 Bedrooms

r f 1111 J Cesery Blvd. 743.4911 70 TOYOTA Pick-up,Sharpe; suvsHJ O Garden type apartments
: 70 AMX Coupe,cyl.,AT, PS, PB,AC D Individual air conditioningand -
71 TOYOTA Pick $
-uy Like New 7,000Miles
5222 Lenox Ave. 781.2642 il CM EVELLE,Acyl.,AT,R&H,Vinyl rOOf SltfS1J heatingO
IMPALA Coupe,Bcyl.,AT,PS, PB,AC $ Drapes furnished
sists D Wall to wall carpeting
WELCOME TO THE LAND OF THE GIANT Q Large Swimming Pools
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To Offer i stc.>w ":," ..::.<<: .:;::;:;:::.;:.:..::.;:.:;:;.;:.,:.,,;,:;;: :.;;:.:.:

I 3. TRAFFIC

New CourseJax VIOLATIONSJax

An evening course in procedures,and copy writing and
Advertising will be offered on the testing", Merriam said.
South Campus of Florida Junior Additional Information may be ff' qPftt
College at Jacksonville (FJC), obtained by calling or writing -The following is a reportof
motor vehicle accidents and
beginning September 5 and Merriam at the South Campus.FJC .
continuing for approximately 12 has also announced that traffic violations for the period of
weeks. bus service from Hemming Parkto July 31- Aug. 6.Num'ber .
Charles Merriam, director of the North Campus will resumeon of Accidents
Career Education at the South This period 6
Wednesday, August 30, the
Campus,said registration for the first day of classes for the Fall This period a year ago 13
course can be accomplished at term. h Total accidents this year 244

the first class meeting, scheduledfor Dr. H. D. (Bo) Cotton, Dean of fL Total accidents through this
7 p.m.on Tuesday,September Student Services at the North ) period last year 204
5. Classes will meet each Campus, said the bus will leave Total number of days since last
Tuesday evening. from the Laura Street Side of ILL injury in a motor vehicle accident

"The scope of the course will Hemming Park at 6:40: a.m. \\ .. 26
include an overview of the major Monday through Friday of the PROMOTED AT NDRC-Ens. James M. Garrett Is promoted to his Number of days since an injury
types of advertising, use of Fall term and will arrive at the present rank at NDRC with his wife, Florence, and Capt. William F. last year at this time 44 .
media, an in-depth analysis of North Campus at 7:35: a.m. Moore, NDRC CO, performing the honors. Ens. Garrett was corn Number of Violations t
career' opportunities in ad. The return bus will leave the missioned through the Medical Service Corps In Service Procurement This period 29
vertising, retail advertising North Campus at 2:05: p.m. Speeding 7
Reckless driving 1
"' .
--v" cat "1'1.1. '"
Program.Navy Going through stop sign 2
Other Violations 19
Thirteen drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
Phased SchoolingJax Aug. 10. Disposition of the

cases included the following:
Nine lost and
Navy applicants who The program, similar to an driving parking
aboard the station for
qualify but are not able to obtaina active duty "Cache" program, is privileges
various five
periods? were
reservation for an advance
expected to open the opportunityof
assigned to complete an eight- ;
school seat upon completion of advance schooling to an ad.
hour course in remedial driving; ;
recruit training are now ditional
3,600 applicants. .. received four
none suspension; I
guaranteed that classroom opportunity Additional information on the
were given warnings; none were
within the first 19 '
School
Programmed Input
dismissed fined (U.S. ;
; none were
months of their enlistment.
t concept is available from any
a1 and
Magistrate); one was \
During the peak summer Navy recruiter, listed under "U. referred to commanding officer :
recruiting months, recruiters S. Government" in the telephone for action..
possible disciplinary
generally are able to enlist more call (800))
directory, or, you may ( Eleven drivers'' were assessed
applicants than there are 424-8880 (toll free) to discuss the 42 traffic
openings in the advance matter with a Navy recruiter. points.

]1 ,!\.S; schooling pipeline. I
Under the new "ProgrammedSchool
HOSPITAL PROMOTION-Lt (|lg) Charles R. Farris, Assistant
Input" concept a recruitcan
,
:1z&! :
Naval into uniform with the
Chief Pharmacist at the Hospital gets be guaranteed a specific '::
help of Capt. Paul Kaufman, (Right), Hospital CO, and Capt. John L. school assignment of his choice !, "
Young, the Hospital's Administrative Officer, as Lt (Usr| ) Farris is upon completion of an initial duty MOBILE HOMES '.

promoted to his present rank. assim'ment. r :::::;:::::;:::::::: : :::::: :::; :;:;:::;:::;:::; :::::::::::; ,
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New XO Without AdvertisingYou ':. completely furnished :*: ,. t
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At MATSGJax Wouldn't KnowOpen :ti: $3595 '"f::: ." .

Major John D. Way has ::"::::::::: ::::::::::::::::--::::::::::::::::::::::-.:::::: :::::::::::::::::::: ... l

assumed the duties as Executive for your convenience 6 a.m.-JO p.m. 3115 LEON RD. PHONE 724-6454 j
Officer of MATSG, relieving East of Par 3 Golf,off Beach Blvd.
Major John C. Weare who is Q PICK-UP & DELIVERY

attending the University of D ROAD SERVICED 7-z
Tennessee. '
MECHANIC ON DUTY r-
Maj. Way comes to MATSG
from the 1st Marine Aircraft.. (Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARSfV'V''BbBVs'OAk
Wing, where he served as 74doattd1te
Assistant G-2 from July 1971 until : ::::::::::::::::: :::: ::;::: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.. } : ?1eecome

May of this year. HILL r
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The University of Mississippi
graduate has also filled the billets :!.: uninSERVICE >:. Out 1

of Administrative Officer at :: I 1I

1 MCAS Futema, Okinawa from CENTER 1 .
September to December 1966,
helicopter pilot with HMM 162, :::::::mmiwmw103rd:: :::::::::::::: ::: :::::::::::::::::::::::;.:::::::::;:::::::;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::::::::::: ,:::::. Since 1885 .

MAG 16 from December 1966 to &Jammes Road Phone 771-9158
Mrrch 1967 and Air Combat Intelligence _
Officer, G-2,1st MAW. HAVERWSOn
The Major's stateside duties 72 DATSUN
include tours as Officer in
Charge, TACC for MACG 28
Cherry Point and Intelligence 240 Z
Officer, S&R Division, MCB,
Quantico. .1

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f. 1 Civilian Highlights l For CSC 1.3 Approves Million Federal Positions project


. ,. "" ...,. .. .. "" < ''' "'" Commission has approved a project looking
,
. Service
u.s. Civil
Jax The
of the system for classifying nearly
modernization
: and
| "Do's"And "Don'ts"For toward the improvement
at grades 1.15 of the General Schedule.

: 1.3 million white-collar Federal positions_ &L uirec___ _L..".".v....,.. .....,.ill.. kn- n".nJa"M.........-....- _In.v.. ..........'.10. L..
out in pua Ul
the carried
! of
Govt. classification
The
Employees the of the design of a system, test of that agencies in evaluating a large
determines
position pay of test sampling of jobs in their
evaluation own
t Jax- In 1939, Congress voted into law a list of "Do's" employee filling the position.The system, and to be completed agencies.
results--all
and "Don'ts" for Federal target is to complete the Commission and
f Employees. in the fall of 1973. within a little more than a year. agency
I Widely known as the Hatch Act, unlawful political activity whileon project Harold Suskin,a member of the In phase one, panels of Commission specialists will audit the jobs
I this act is designed to protect duty or while wearing a Job Evaluation and Pay Review and agency personnel evaluated by agency classifiersto
Federal employees from uniform which identifies you as a Task Force that recommended a specialists and managers will test the accuracy of their
criticism of their impartiality government employee. review a representative sam- decisions.
will head a newly
new system,
; and efficiency as a result of YOU MAY NOT use your official formed Test and ImplementationGroup pling of approximately 150 Finally In phase three, the
J 1 active affiliation with a political authority or influence to in the Commission's common jobs in various white Commission will review and

party. interfere with or affect the resultof Standards Division to out collar occupations ranging in evaluate all data received duringthe
;4 Here's a list of what Federal an election. this Commission project.He carry. difficulty from beginning level test period. If the new

** employees may and may not do YOU MAY NOT campaign for will work closely with clerical work to high levels of method of classifying positions
4/ during national elections and partisan candidates or with the
political Federal agencies in developing, professional responsibilityto meets success now
political campaigning: parties or make speeches or testing, and evaluating the select and test tentative fac- anticipated, the CSC and agen-
; YOU MAY register and vote in engage in other activities to electa system, and will consult tors and factor graduations.Next cies will establish additional

(' any election. As responsible partisan candidate. frequently with employees the Commission will projects to implement the new
citizens, you are encouraged to YOU MAY NOT serve as an unions. analyze the results of the panels'studies system.

\ do so. officer of a political party, or on, The system being developed for by computer processingto When the system is perfected
'<\ YOU MAY express your views committees of such a party,or bea white-collar employees in derive numerical weights for it is expected that classifiers or

as an individual privately and candidate for such positions. Government is already fairly each of the factors to be used in managers in any agency will be

publicly on candidates and YOU MAY NOT organize a common in private industry in measuring jobs. able to look at a job, describe it in
issues. club
political solicit
funds
\ that it embraces a factor ranking Among the factors which may terms of certain characteristicsor
YOU MAY wear a political directly or indirectly or disburse approach with benchmark be used are difficulty of work, the factors, find the right ben.
< button and such funds for
display a sticker. political parites or
clubs. position descriptions. Factor amount of personal contact chmark to compare it against,
YOU MAY take in
part non- ranking calls for the person required in the job, knowledge and arrive at the proper
partisan activities of civic, YOU MAY NOT solicit votes in
reviewing a given job to analyzeit required, etc. Conversion charts classification and salary level.
community, social, labor, or support of or in opposition to a
to translate the The of this method should
on a factor basis, and to will be developed use
professional organizations.YOU partisan candidate or become
a
measure it through the use of factor points into grades GS-1 produce the same grade level
MAY be a member of a partisan candidate yourself for
approved benchmark descrip through. 15. that would be reached for a
political party, attend a political elective office.
tions. In two the tentative in installation
phase comparable job any -
convention, sign a political YOU MAY NOT drive voters to
Three Phases will be tested. Additional of in the
system any agency
:.
petition as an individual, and the polls on behalf of a political
The commission project will be benchmark position descriptions Government..
make a contribution to a party. party or partisan candidate or

YOU MAY campaign for or act as a recorder, watcher, or

against referendum questions, similar officer at the polls on Civilian Cafeteria Menu I
constitutional amendments, behalf of a political party or :

municipal ordinances-any typeof candidate. ._.

activity which is not YOU MAY NOT make speeches Monday,Aug.21 Coconut Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Plate, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, k
specifically identified with a in behalf of a partisan candidate. Minestrone Soup, Country Fruit Pie, Chocolate Cake, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit

political party. The Department of Defense Steaks with Yellow Rice, Assorted Pudding. Cottage Cheese, Cucumber Mix,
YOU MAY serve as an election Information Guideline Series Macaroni and Meat Sauce, Tuesday Aug.22 Waldorf Salad.

judge clerk, or in similar nonpartisan Number 8H-2 of June 1972 con- Chicken Ala King over Toast, 7 Pea Soup, Roast Beef with New Egg Custard,Strawberry Short

duties. tains further amplification of oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Potatoes, Pork Cutlets with Cake with Topping, Apple Pie,
YOU MAY NOT engage in these "do's" and "don't's". Mashed Potatoes, French Sweet and Sour Sauce, Fried Assorted Pudding.

Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Chicken, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Wednesday,Aug.23
Spinach, Corn, Lima Beans. Fish. Chicken Rice Soup, Roast

Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Mashed Potatoes, French Turkey with Dressing, Braised \

Government Personnel Mutual Chef Salad Bowl, Cold Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Pork Chops with Apples, ,

Plate, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Turnip Greens, Blackeyes, Spaghetti and Meat Sauce, 7 oz.
Life Insurance Company'specialist Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Squash. Chopped Sirloin, Fish.

Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Mashed Potatoes, French
in service to the mflftary'JACKSONVILLE ;
Potato Salad, Carrot and Raisin. Chef Salad Bowl. Cold Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, \

REPRESENTATIVE PLEASE BRING THIS COUPON! Okra and Tomatoes, Peas, Great
I
JIM RICHARDSONCdr. V- Northern Beans. I
r F' Chocolate Cream Pie Banana
P1zz4111sr ,
USN (Ret.)
Cake, Apple Pie, Fruit Pie,
11659 Jonathan Rd.
JacksOn.III.32225 ON ANY 13" Assorted Pudding.
1.00 Off!
Thursday Aug.24
I Tel: 724-6833 SIZE PIZZA

.- 1111 __ ,_ Lunch HourSPECIAL Tomato Soup, Beef Pork Chop
August 24th Suey with Rice, Veal Cutlets with
Parmesan Cheese, Roast Beef

SMORGl GOOD ONLY AT421IBLANDINGBLVD with Cabbage, 7 oz. Clopped
THE NEW!!.. All You Can Eat PHONE Sirloin, Fish.Mashed .
Pizza Salad
7720642 Potatoes, French
11:30am: -2:30pm: Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy,

AAon-Frl {(J Macaroni and Cheese, String

Aits Graft prvEDJACKSON"AUTO Beans, Spiced Beets.
; Almond Cream Pie, Boston

Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Assorted
Pudding.



WE'VE MOVED NEXT DOOR FOR

MORE SPACE AND WE'VE ADDED... SALES ..

HOBBY DEPARTMENT

\ FEATURING A FULL LINE OF MODEL -+('
PLANES CARS SHIPS ROCKETSANDMORE Owned&Operated By a Navy Family for Navy Familiesm&W

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'$6100 ,
COME SEE THE 1971 PLYMOUTH Duster,6cyl.,AT, Excellent Cond. $2295 ,
1967 MUSTANG, Ex.Cond., Low Mileage,One Owner M9S \f
BARGAIN TABLE 1967 FORD GALAXI 500,Air& Power $74S J
1968 VW Sedan, New Engine& Paint, Engine Warranteed S94S .'J \ )'

1 SOMETHING ON SALE EVERYDAY 1967 VW Fastback Sedan, New Engine, Air -
I Engine Warranteed
1964 VW Sunroof Sedan, New $995
Engine
(
the Artist, Nobbiest' Craftsman at.... 1964 VW Deluxe Van, Low Mileage Warranteed) $745 DEER SPRINGS

1965 MERCURY COMET, 4 Dr., Low $945 ESTATES
'A;i Mileage
Crafts One Owner,Air& Power, New Paint $695 .AT
; 1959 FORD,4 Dr.,Good Trans.Car $ISO KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

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:\ 1930 HIGHWAY 17 ((1.8 miles South 1295)) ORANGE PARK :::::::: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: W. SIMPSON A CO.

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StATE q Closed Tuesdays Saturday 4pm 12:45am: .. : :
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it ::. PA W-ll Marks 30th Anniversary. .. 'I

I J By LT.William I.Hack
,1 1 t" FAW-11PAO
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Jax Fleet Air Wing Eleven celebrates its an-
: T niversary this week and becomes" an entrenched part of I

o "thA iwpr-thirtv establishment.
W'" v'W
( / the Wing square miles of ocean by
. ,
.. From its inception
and recording its first kill less than
4 an important
.'\"W'"m has played nation's two weeks after the Wing had
. "m colorful role in our
( (' been commissioned.In .
t history. During the summer of
November of the
,4 German U-boats were suc same year,
42,
: i cessfully destroying merchant Patrol Wing Eleven was
: designated Fleet Air
. shipping in American coastal Wing
waters and death from the Eleven and was granted the
was authority to form air groups to
torpedo
,.'f... ,, dreaded everywhere.The meet operational requirements
Commander-in-Chief The wartime effort of the ASW
\ forces continued to be
described his nation's defenses as highly
for this successful. Between August 1942
"slack in preparing
){ :r submarine war off our coast." and June 1944,FAWn squadronswere
Patrol Wing Eleven was born to credited with making 47
attacks on the U-boats, sinkingten
\ help take up this slack and
t, provide anti-submarine and damaging 18 others.

\ protection to shipping convoys Spectacular Encounter
operating in the coastal waters Perhaps the most spectacular
between Canada and Jackson encounter began when a PBM
ville. Commissioned at NAS Mariner Aircraft came upon a
Norfolk, the Wing was composed surfaced submarine 212 miles
Patrons 31.83 and 92,under the NW of Trinidad. After the attack,
The PBY"Mariner"' was the first' aircraft' used by the FAW.11 squadrons.. command of Cdr. S.J. Michael. the Mariner reported that the U-
The Navy's increasing strengthand boat's bow was out of the water
ENROLL NOW the concurrent improvementin and was making about two knots
ASW aviation forced the U- :
WANT boats further south and the Wing The plane had been damagedby
was quickly transferred anti-aircraft fire and soon
to Commander Caribbean Sea crashed and exploded at sea
ADS. Frontier headquartered in San killing all hands. This tragedy in
Juan, Puerto Rico. The PBY5A August 1943 touched off a killer
Aircraft promptly responded to hunt which involved three more
Call its task of protecting a million (Con't. on P. 9)

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j JI ooo Sub HuntersPBM's In War And Peace ;' I

one PV one Army B18 and LCdr. Scott Crpenter's
and a blimp. "Aurora 7" in 1952.
This prolonged running battle In addition, all Soviet Naval
j resulted in a confirmed kill and units.operating in this part of the a
J the awarding of six Distinguished world are under the Wing's
1 Flying Crosses, two of them watchful eye.
awarded posthumously. FAW-ll Today i'k
After the war, the tempo of The FAW-li of today has
j operations was reduced considerably developed a remarkable
i and new fields of en- sophistication. The Wing's six
deavor such as aerial mine squadrons and 54 aircraft utilize
j warfare, hurricane hunting, and the latest electronic and com-
search and rescue were assigned.In puterized equipment. The 1SI3
1950, FAW-11 shifted its computer-equipped P-3C has
homeport to NAS Jacksonville, proven its ability to deal with the NAVY <
? \ TA
continuing to patrol the vast Soviet submarine threat,which is '( ':,
ocean areas, participated: in fleet the greatest the world has ever \i
exercises, and train for future known. ,
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commitments.Over Computers and other ,!! :
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the intervening years, sophiscated new equipment are
FAW-11 squadrons have par. capable of rapidly extracting
ticipated with distinction in information which was never I, "
Southeast Asia and Korean before available Ii;
Conflict, the Lebanon and Berlin Success is still primarily a ., ", ':1
Crises and the Cuban Missle function of the professionalismwith \). ,
Crisis. which our men utilize the ..'
equipment. Only welltrainedcrews
Routine anti-submarine and ,flying in the best-equipped The P-3 "Orion", the most sophisticated ASW aircraft in the world, was Introduced to the FAW--il'
shipping surveillance flightswere aircraft, are able to counter the squadrons in 1963. = -\ I. *
not always the first order of nuclear submarine threat of ).{" .;. i<'
the day. FAW-11 aircraft were today. I&t: :>>.

the first units to locate theuFrlendshlp7" Patrol Squadrons 5, 16, 24, 45, t ,,,. ,', .,' ..., '
space capsulewith 49 and 56 are capable of countering n t : I""f.
Lt. Col. John Glenn aboard this awesome threat.


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IAtSOf station wagons give you lots of rwm.
The P2V "Neptune", built in 1950, was the first ASW aircraft built But many also make you drag around a lot of excess
entirely for the purpose of combating the submarine threat. .
0 0 000000000 baggage: lves.

,,, The wagon we sell doesn't. It's the Volvo 145.. .. _
The Volvo is big where a wagon should Ix.1.Inside. .

.With the rear seal t down, the cargo area will
NEWEST CONCEPT
h: hold a six-foot sofa.And the I front seats will
IN APARTMENT LIVING ".3,
/., accomiiKxIate l people up to(fi)()i'i'! Comfortably
1. 2 .3 BEDROOM 1 AND 2 BATHS (They're lullyDeclining and) have adjustable lumbar

Spacious rooms, wide windows KIIll $ky L...... suXrts| | to make the scat backs firmer or softer.)
central heat & air cond. Private
patios, sundecks, swimming pool i'i11S Y Test |park one of our Volvo 145's. You'll see it
and,party room. gives you lots of room without taking up much. It's'

264-8102 shorter) than a Chevy Nova sedan,and has a smaller

1800 KINGSLEY AVE. ; 0 turning radius than a VW.So you shouldn't t l have to

DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding search: far and wide for a place to_ unload\ your load.
Blvd. & Orange Park, Minutes Tinted' glass is t4lllanll'l1\ipment.\ As is a rear
away via new I 1.29cJ ;
I \v'indowvi|>er. Which gives our station wagon a
= z c learidv an tage over others.

Come: I look into our

Volvo l4i.l : .

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thai carries a big,load

without Ix'ingahig ",
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VOTE j r WHY IS IT THATYOU'RE -j DON NO, Youth Corps Ending

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? NEVER JUST LUCKY

AROUND WHEN Work Period Tomorrow
I &UESS.US.O.
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I NEED YOU -
____ By Neal L. Betancourt them their entire lives, in ad-
Il 72 NYC Field CounselorJax dition to the obvious advantage of

ii: -- Approximately 105 income.
To vote for President and Neighborhood Youth Corps For most, it is their first job ,

Vice President of the (NYC) employees are working at and it is here that they will

United States, the following NAS Jax this summer in a develop working habits desirablefor
requirements must be met: cooperative venture by the Navy whatever career they may

and the local anti-poverty choose. .
((1)) Be a United e agency. The actual job assignments are I I
States citizen DANCE The employees are assigned to quite varied. Many enrollees J

A TONIGHT various station departments work as clerical aides, typing and
II
((2)) Be 18 of ;
years including Aircraft Maintenance, filing the always-present
age or older Civilian Personnel, Data paperwork. Others work as 1

Processing, Public Works, shipping and receiving clerks in
Be resident ofa
((3)) a
Resources Management, the warehouses, and still others
State the
District of or ColumbiaIf Security, Special Services, and assist in the operation and
Supply.A maintenance of repair shops,

you satisfy the above 1 +} ,r\/i r dm BUSSES small number also work at utility plants, and recreational
/ ntd the tenant activities of the Navy facilities.
requirements, can
request an Absentee you Ballot.BUSH Exchange, Navy Finance Office Some are fortunate enough to

h, YI it ., 1 1 hA o tY ,, and Naval Hospital. receive specialized instruction in
In order to be eligible to par- accounting, retail sales, auto

1 1II'I ', ticipate in NYC, they must be mechanics, keypunch operation,
7 / ? her members of low-income and X-ray technology.
ll households as defined by the Most of the enrollees assigned
Office of Economic Opportunity. here are from the city's Eastsideand
Applications were filed throughthe attend Andrew Jackson High
schools in the Spring and School.

about 1600 teenagers in Duval Although the enrollees are paid

;rnakeslhe P1ZZAHLJT County are now participating.Both from Labor Department funds,
the Navy and the the must
Navy provide
difference PHONE AHEAD....READY IN 20 MINUTES! enrollees themselves benefit super-
vision as well as the actual work
s Do know that the from this joint venture. TheNavy's before any youth is sent to a job
USED CARS you manpower shortages on

Orange Park Pizza Hut station are relieved somewhat as site.An interested, patient and fair I
72 VW fASTBACK enrollees take over many less supervisor is a key element in
Viry It* wilts liatktrtttt difficult tasks in offices and helping the young person make a
sells 10"
interior, AM pizzas for $1.19
fatnrnr better-trained
shops, freeing
successful transition from the
to.Viryclian ....... 030
Monday-Friday 11:30am-3pm personnel for more specializedjobs. world of school to the world of
72SUPERBEETLCOranfi. .
,AM.FM radii, 444 U.S. HWY. 17ORANGE PARK The work.
enrollees
gain valuable
laetiry air, liatkirttttIntiriir Phone 264.5631 The enrollees are not drop-outs,
tint shades,, work experience that will aid but rather, juniors and seniors
w..Ii"..(700 mill.72VWBUS. $2595
'. ,. who soon face major decisions.In .
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,/':// most cases they are curious,
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%1. cheese (Ir'lII.Onikiii $319'5 : eager to learn, and remarkably
,see yellow......

tip 71.low VW imliii CAMPERFlat / : : ;''c':;? !'i. ) ):;;{j2'c; \; ;];\\c! ':. <' :,; .. ,. adaptable environment.to this completely new

and j 111 iieillint rend, '. . .. ,., '. ; ... '
'ion............................. $3195 I Proper supervision is usually a

.pipped Pip, It 71,.VW Completely fir CAMPER treat .., "'fI' AYJ..4iii"M. .. .. ...: ,:.. .. major young factor person.in helping Since motivatethe many

tan Euillintcondition. supervisors have teenage
a. camping: .. $3595 ... .. '
?MM children themselves, they often
71 SUPER BEETLE know how to provide this
lutimiiie stick idilt, .y. :; '" stimulus.

KIH.Plenty) ol 15,000 warranty mites lilt. ...., The NYC
"Kid' wild' klatk vinyl enrollees complete
Interior _.........._.HH.. $1995 TlEATED' .. .. their 9-week work period

71 PORSCHE 914 tomorrow and, hopefully, they
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AM FMlidn.liwmi.liati INDOOR will
leave behind them both an
vinyl,.yilliw.......with.H....black N..... $3 5 9 5. P00mw accomplished workload and

71 VW BEETLE numerous friends among their
Aadiaandbeater' ,lewmdage $ ; supervisors and co-workers.
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yellow witH

matching Still in. ticliiy vinyl Interior wirriM'ty. brc i '.: Hopefully, they will also take
................................ $119 I D .. with them new self-confedence,
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71 VW SQUAREBACK > working skills and the
Wit*. AT. 'ffiH, l law .. .. ..... motivation to pursue a career
milit. Clinmtino with '.. satisfying to themselves
> and
black vinyl intirior. .... .
Like It.,'WH..H..HN...... $2295 : helpful to their community,
70OPELWAGONAadq (

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tim.Inn, Areptieeally:1295: :: \" ,.
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70 OPEL CT .... social security office, look in
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the
telephone book
lien mills...>.Eicillint........?.>.indc.-... $2191:.". JI; ""r ...... ... U.S. Government or Social under

69 VW BUS Security Administration.

T cast, .IUI'. $&H.Ad 4 SPECfALMILITARY .
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Publisher ..CLASSIFIED.... ADVERTISING : Movie Schedule

JAXAIRHEWS =
MAS t Jacksonville CALL: 388-2755

Ads Tuesday should for b. mailed to arrive not later than I 18:.'.' '. '.'_.','. '.'I.! .' ;.: .. :. ,.11,1.; ,el .- '.: .,
LAT WINGER publication the following Thursday

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISING publish for this deadline will be Thursday,Aug. 17 "PG" (102 min.)

8 publisher Is Instructed wetk unless the HOSPITAL: "YOURS, MINE Saturday,Aug. 19
otherwise A
OFFICE money order for the full cost of the ad check must be or I & OURS" Color Comedy, HOSPITAL: "COTTON

4747 San Juan Avenue i received WITH the copy for the ad. Starring Lucille Ball and Henry PICKIN' CHICKEN PICKERS"

Jacksonville, Florida I RATE: minimum charge( lines) 1200 Fonda. "G" (111 min.) Color Country Musical, Starring

:. Per additional line((4 words per line) .50 Friday,Aug. 18 Del Reeves. "G" (95 min.)

HOSPITAL: "RED SUN" NOTE: The Mainside Theater

.. _'-#: ___.d Color Western, Starring Charles is closed for remodeling.
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;; H. J.p1 & ..!__ Bronson and Ursula Andress.

1. :E C !14t(111i1 Ampex turntable top, line STEREO multiplex system, Air Conditioned WILMAR APARTMENTS, 2 bedroom, Living Tickets On Sale at Special Services

cassette tape deck, AM room, Kitchen, Brfst. nook, parking.
.. FM, FM stereo receiver Deep Purple-August 27-$4.00.'
and
Perfect spelkers space for 2 cars, water, sewage, Jacksonville Suns-.50 for each
JOBSIJOBSIJOBSI I condo $200. firm. 772-7504 or garbage, lawn service Furnished home National Softball-August thru'
772.2170. game.
$120., Unfurnished $100. plus 4 September 4-15.00.
Shorthand Secretary, Dictaphone per. Wishbone Ash-Aug
20- $3.
Operators, Typists Clerks, FOR SALE cent sales tax. 387.2541 weekends, 389- 62FORDFAIRLANE

Keypunches. Stearns Counter &top Foster portable dishwasher b 0744. (Class. Ads con't. ) Good Transportation$300.Must sell
HIGH PAY NO FEE mattress & box BEING TRANSFERRED? 781-4298
Call Norrell Temporary springs 54"x80". 786.0489..
Let a retired
who
Navy man un. MUSTANG FOR SALE
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396 371
J AKC CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES derstands YOUR problems, managethe 6 cyl., 1 owner, Good cond.,388-6657 or 27' Borum,210 HP,with depth finder 8.
WANTEDThe females, 2 males. wks. old. 1 male rental of your house until you 264.2341. Ask for Bob Donaldson. ship to shore radio. 264.6124.LEAVE .
1 female blue. 387-0232. 5322 Palmer return to JIX.Bartleson .
Crescent will be
Clay County *.
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needing someone to handle news 8 Payne 'C
picture assignments at our Orange 1147 So. Edgewood Ave. COMING UP?

Park office in the near future Prefer :: REAL !! lltl 3889311 II
someone who has had some writing FOR RENT
and newspaper experience. Ap Near NAS Jax. 2BR, Unf. trailer. Has your fj1lf1@JJI/JIlI@fjJ@ lliI&8
stove 8. refrlg. $115. mo. No dogs or
plications In writing only, giving CASH
experience and references. Write We buy,sell and trade equities. cats. Immed. occupancy. Call 264- can provide the funds
6739.
James A.Wilson, Box 578, Green Cove Louise T.
Bailey
Springs 771.3605 CANOE TRIPS Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your .
Broker
LADIES Half day or full day. Arcadia & money needs are handled the way you want them.

Turn those extra hours Into extra Bradford Outpost. Santa Fe, It. Call or come in-we'll do the rest.
NORMANDY ACRES chtucknee,Suwannee Peace Rivers.
cash 781.4694 for Information.
4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road For information. 18139277001.

LOCAL PART-TIME SUPERVISORSNeeded frontage to 10 acre tracts. Land Is ... ..... . DOMESTIC FINANCECORPORATION
for fast growing California the best investment for the future.

corporation. 268-5977, 771.6922. Jacksonville.Other tracts available over Southwest I I L 111illll1.I'I LOANS since TO ttoo nn

8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK
Wynne Realty of Florida
t It' !1lr4119M1'jlA ': 389.5514 389.8507 JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
I 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern

HIDDEN WATERS trailers apts. 3893007. "
RECORDED MESSAGE BY A Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots SHORT OF CASH'RENTING'

LEADINGANNOUNCER available. Excellent fishing, boating, .
Tells you how you may become a swimming. Mobile Home area. High, Use our Rental Purchase Planto
VOLKSWAGEN
DISCJOCKEYCall wooded lots. E.Z terms. One mile E. get into a home of your own. :
355-2944 any hourVAAPPROVED Lake Asbury on No. 209, La Rue..725- Price Mobile Home Center
3992. 10607 Atlantic Blvd.
For Veterans and serviceman
Jax 721.2444

NEW HOMES ..............................................................................'...........................'.......... 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511
GEORGE'S KENNELSest. 3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built.In.Range, t OPEN DAILYSTOI:30-SATURDAY8TOS
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Central Heat, Prices from $19,900. t, TRANSPORTATION SUNDAY 1 T06 PM
Pick up 8> Delivery Available. Terms. Edw. O. Lyon, Broker, 389- ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::: '

Grooming Deflealng & Bathing. 0361. 67 VW SEDAN. R&H, New Paint $1195

Mastercharge 8. BankAmerfcard 2 helmets,med.72 HONDA&small.CL100 Less than 600 TWO70 VW SEDANS. R&H, New Paint $1795

accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 PRESCOTT,ARIZONA miles. $475. E.A. Barrington, Jax Ext. 72VWSQUAREBACK. R&H 12,000Miles $2695
Edgewood Crt. 389.0064. Offers best climate In the state. 3071 or 264.5382. .
Historic old ranch developed Into 2- MGB. R&H $2295
61 CHEVY IMPALA
acre homesites near Prescott
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO National Forest. Two acreas: $19995 4 dr, AT. PS,AC, 327 engine. $850. 264- 67TRIUMPHSPITFIRE $995
Consoles, some with AM.FM, tape write 8814 aft. 6. ,
low terms. For full details Mrs. | 71 POP TOP CAMPER. R&H7lVWKOMBIVAN.ACfR&H $3495
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233North 62 FORD FAIRLANE '.
stock. Full warrantyl I Phone 7710409. 7th St., Phoenix 85006. Good transportation. $300. Must sell. tt: $2995

781-4298. 67 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT. .. \

Wllford's LIVE CRABS Fish Camp 3BR, 28, concrete CEDAR blk.HILLS, Range, wired 22', 71 self HOLIDAY contained VACATIONER, incl. air cond., Four wheel drive, Ex."Cond. /'_ ; :* $1095

2649707 for dryer, 8 fruit trees, fenced, Ig. sleeps 5, Bank financing avail. $3,995. TWO-1970 KARMANN GHIAS.
storage rm., plus 7x10 sleet storage ?A4.4964.
STEREO COMPONENTTAKE bldg. $550. down. OPEL WAGON New paint, R&H. $1895 to $2095

UP PAYMENTS VanSandt, Realtor 387-1213 1900 series, R&H,AC, stick, 21MPG, 1 1971 VW SQUAREBACK. .
'
Brand new, never used, left In lay-a owner, 24,000 miles, Luggage rack,
way. Professional turntable, plays all WE BUY A SELL EQUITIESCall trailer hitch. 73 tag. $1550. 772-2603 or AT, R&H, factory warranty. $2595
size records, head lack. us for quick service. f71.4Q? aft_ phone Morrison I.Taylor,Inc. 1970 SQUAREBACK. R&H $1795
Balance 164.or$9. month.C.1I391. 71 OPEL STATIONWAGON
J683, ask for layaway per department. 771.3052 4543 Wesconnett Blvd.73M864 $2200. 196? VW SQUAREBACK. AT, R&H $1995

264582714'FIBERGLASS 1969 VW FASTBACK. AC, AT, R&H. $1895

LAWN MOWING& EDGING WATERFRONT Orange Park 35HP, elec Evinrude 8. trailer.BOAT $395. TWO-1970 VW BUSES.

call Hart 3BR, :/jB, approximately 3,000 sq. ft. 284.5238. S. of Orange: Park.48VWFASTBACK. Deluxe, 7 passenger, R&H. $2495
771.3211 Ext. 8340 FR with corner fireplace and built.In

bookcase. Custom draperies and wall. New paint, Good cond., $995. Must 1969 VW SEDANS.
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER to.wall carpets throughout. Gazebo
sell. 771-6732. R&H. $1495 to $1595
Original cost & New paint,
over $200. Looks runs with outdoor entertainment facilities,
like brand new. Cash balance S89.95 or dock with water and electricity. 63 TR4 TWO-1968 VW SEDANS. R&H. $1350 and 51395
With 65 engine. Baby blue. Top 8
$7.50 mo. Rayfields 6437 Wilson Blvd. El. jnic garage door opener. Builtom .
772.8936. Tonneau cover. 30 MPG. $450. 7863453. 66 VW SEDAN. R&H $795
." '' color kitchen appliances. '
Central heat and air. $65,000, can be
Mac ALPINE re r, ,?cea $13,000 down, $350. mo. KARMANN GHIA
Local moving & storage. specialist. (Conventional mortgage). Phone for $275.&pick up pmts.Good cond. DOMESTIC SPECIALS!
Licensed and 354-
Insured. 355 6357 or appointment. 264-2682.IV 771.3964
1022 Nlohts 771-8949.

SEWING MACHINE 1 super large*STORY BR with FRAME seperate tub 8. 69 CHEVELLE STATION WAGON. $1595

1972 Dial-A.Matic sewing machine, shower upstairs. 2BR, den, 1 bath AT, R&H. SQ1
never been used, was Mother's Day downstairs. Also super large _
layaway and never picked up. Only playroom. Only $15,000. 404 Cypress. LOOKINGFOR 66 BUICK SPORT WAGON $1095
$48. balance due. Purchaser left area Brick Bungalow, 3BR, seperate DR 8
New
Sunroof AT R&H
and we art unable to locate. Machine LR, 2 car carport with large storage. paint, ,
may be purchased for $48. cash or $9. $2600. equity & assume pmts. 916 St. 69 BUICK RIVIERA $2750
per month. Will take older machinefor Johns. Charles R. Mobley-Realtor, V4
part payment. Full home trial, no ml. so. of Black Creek on Hwy. 17. A NEW Air, All power, Vinyl roof

obligations Call 398-1683 ask for Green Cove Springs.9365.284-5475..
layaway department. CAREER?
DUCLAY ESTATES .
TYLER AIR COND.SERVICEWe Unf. 2BR duplex on golf course, Cent Nice Selection of other Model VW's700GUARANTEE '

service Auto AC Central Units H8.A, Carpeted, fenced yd., Dep. If you qualify
and Window Units. Reasonable. required. $150. mo. 264-4831.MIDDLEBUROAREA. !
4711 Palmer Lake Shorn 3885161 and are willing to work, It
is possible to earn as much as

AKCDOBERMANPUPSExec line.Exec 1 acre Mobile Home tracts In Sun. $20.000 per year within 3.5 years. We gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection.
pedigree, Vom Ahrtal You would be working under a 'Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
temperment. 8 confirmation. three year finance plan, starting And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
264-5258. iiiiii")11ORANG. ) salary negotiable., Call malor mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on in and
ELECTROPHONICSTEREO [ Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn, U.S. double check
8. Navy(Retired), Sales Managerwith
AM-FM, radio, tape player 6. Metropolitan Life Insurance .* ENGINEsTRANSMISf/ONsREARAXLE/ *FRONTAXLE _
phonograph. SIM. 2U.II aft
Company at telephone number ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEMAUGUST
.: PARK
GIRLS TWIN BED 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., 356-2621 if Interested.
Good firm mattress-box springs. $35. Diswasher. Drapes, Carpets,
Other' Items also. Qtrs. 418.A, Ext. Elizabeth Apts. 771.1405 or 771-3355. &
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Jax Correspondence courses individual who wishes to increasehis The percentage of those who course with an average of $180.A trains, and on radio and :;

are a long-recognized and Important knowledge and skills; they abandon their home studies television.
form of education. permit the individual to retain his sooner or later-mostly sooner-is Consumer ItemIt Heavy emphasis is put on
Many colleges and universities job without'loss of income, while greater than those who complete may seem strange to some training that will lead to In-

conduct successful extension learning; and they permit the them. Among Servicemen, the people to regard a correspon- teresting, well-paying jobs. The
courses through correspondence. individual to work at his own percentage of drop-outs is very dence course as a consumer item, advertising often stresses that it

j In the Armed Services, many pace. high-75 percent on the average: but there is no essential difference can be done very easily at Home,

: Service schools have Today more than one million and in some fields much higher. between selecting a by a few hours of study a week.

\ correspondence programs and Americans are taking correspondence course and
some Services have extension or correspondence courses. A large Service personnel drop out for choosing and buying somethingat The impression is given that

correspondence institutes to help proportion are Servicemen and many of the same reasons that a store. the correspondence course desirable Invariably

Servicemen and women advance women or veterans who have civilian students do. Some of the Private leads to a

\ their military training. enrolled under the G, I. Bill for major reasons are: insufficienttime sell courses.correspondenceschools They are high-paying job.

I The U.S. Armed Forces In- the purpose of learninga new skill. to devote to the course; loss established and operate at a
stitute (USAFI) has provided For the most part, they take of interest in the course; the Sales techniquesA
profit. salesman is to call if a
opportunities to hundreds of courses from private commercial course did not meet expectations likely
about the advertised
thousands of servicemen since correspondence firms. ; the course was too They offer a consumer item- person inquires .
he make
Or
World War II by offering Many who have studied or difficult. correspondence coursesand course. may
correspondence courses in a wide received training through they get their consumers a visit if the school gets a person's '

range of academic subjects at a commercial correspondencecourses Students who drop (students) in the same way 'as name as a "lead" through
nominal fee.Correspondence. correspondence courses usually other sources.
have succeeded in other commercial establish-
courses offer achieving their goals. But many lose more than the time they may ments-by advertising in the The salesman often paints a

t some obvious advantages. Theyare more are likely to drop out after have devoted to them and the various media or through glowing picture. He gets a good

especially suited for the busy: tackling a few lessons. knowledge and skills they may salesmen and saleswomen. commission for every student he
have acquired had they com-
LOOK! pleted their studi s. As a rule enrolls. Very likely he will tell
,
they also lose financially.A .
correspondence course normallydo
which he is selling training is
recent General Accounting so by signing a contract. Thisis desperately in need of trained

r JACKSONVILLE'S MOST EAUTIFUUMO.HO'JFurrvihU Office (GAO) study shows that an ordinary commercial employees and willing to pay
A with ltttrett f furniture about one-third of veterans who transaction. handsome salaries to get them.

Your mott complete did not complete their courses He may even cite a few examplesof
Mobile Hoftibta.lf'f'astro -' were not aware that Veterans The Department of Defense students who have landed such
x Administration reimbursementwould does not endorse any company, jobs.

not cover all of their costsif product or service. This includes Even if true, those examples
homes inc.BLANDING they did not complete their correspondence courses and sometimes represent successes

BtVD. 2H 7900vAt.iANK courses. commercial educational en- that are few and far between.

3 AMes Soih of I 295F terprises. They be exceptions that do
p Q. BOX *I7 Oft ANGg PARK not the rule.
that they had to request refunds Many correspondence schools prove
that might be due them. The seek to persuade prospective The earlier-mentioned General

$'fl: :::::::;;:::::::::::::::::: ::::::::f.:::::::::::: GAO found that outofpocketcosts students to sign up for their Accounting Office study reportedthat
to veterans and Service correspondence courses by ad most Servicemen and
AL BONATI in veterans enroll in correspon-
members for uncompletedcourses vertising newspapers,
ranged from $10.to $900 a magazines, posters in buses and dence courses to learn new skillsor
.ORGA- -HOR I IA' to improve existing skills in
K order to obtain better jobs and
xlYr & VOCAL
.y more pay.However.

Monday through Saturday T11E I of those surveyedwho
::=:=:::::::::::::::::::=:::::::::::::=:::::::::=:::::::::::::: did not complete their

I courses: 6 percent said they had
SPECIAL RATES _
per person
fulfilled their 27
$6.00 objective;
SERVICEMEN double occupancy GIFTS
IIOWSilSWILCOMlD percent said they had partially'
Entertainment nicely, Quarterdeck' Lounge A Dine at Biter's Seafood fulfilled their objective; and, 67
Nautical > Nautical
Chart Outriggers Wear
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms wfyi TV, Direct Dial Phone, ,Olympic '
Fish Boxts fd percent said they had not fulfilled
Swimming' Pool, Free Undercover Parking. Paint *Burgee Jacket
*Hardware Skill Table Wear IVIMUDI their objective.An .
*Repair Material >Accessories Other GoodiesWET
ancient rule of the marketplace

j mIw1E. STORAGE'MARINE HOISTS. -HULL SE RVICE'YACHT BROKER is "caveat emptor",
EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OuTBOARD STERN DRIVE. INBOARDSEE ..
THE NEWEST BOATS. MOTORS CANOES 1M TRAILERS meaning "Buyer beware" In

I MOTOR HOTEL SEGRAVES simple terms, it means the buyer I
M'11 MARINA .j is responsible for the purchaseshe
901 Main Street Phone 355.3744
A ROOSEVELT BLVD at ORTEGA RIVER ._.b.-_..__ makes and must be alert to see
Within walking distance to all points of 'Interest. that he gets full value for what he
JacksonvilleJIorida :; :
pays.
Pier M Franchise M rtn* Phon.Ilr.deOPEN SUNDAY
BOATS, MOTORS, CANOES -
in
Enrolling a correspondencecourse
Thunderbird .
Starcraft Mfg *Troan| Grumman TCraft7T
CHECK THESE PRICES ntivtib / J J-T-, ? i i I -J!..J.i i i t-r is buying instruction or
d6ESt training In a particular subject or

WITH THE fCREDIT O CARS SON skill.
As consumers Servicemen
UNION I \ uSE.o a very special living environmentwoodUoke should exercise the, same caution

with correspondence courses '
as they would while consideringany
72CHEVROLETImpala,4Dr.HTACATPSPBFact.Warranty $3195
71VW Bug,2Dr.,+spd.Fact.Warranty $1)95 other kind of significant
71 FORD Pickup TruckV-8Long wheel baseCustom cab. $2295 purchase. '

Step 70 DODGE bumper Challenger& camper RTATAC package $1995 Luxury 1,2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments

70 CHEVY Malibu2Dr., HT,V-8Stick $1595 3 Bedroom Townhouses
70 TOYOTA,2Dr.,+spd. SI9S '
/9 -TACPSPBYlnyltopnew $1195 ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPING
Factory Warranty CARPETING DRAPERIES :
M OLD tf DISHWASHER DISPOSAL
Cutlass,2Dr.Conv.V-8ATACMag wheelsN Ice car $1395
M PONTIAC FirebirdV8ATIIVWCamper.Factory $1095 PRIVATE PATIO OR BALCONY
2 POOLS, TENNIS ,
COURTS CLUBHOUSE
Rebuilt engine, Like New $1895
6COUGAR,2Dr.HTACATPSNewTlresClean SI650
N LINCOLN,2Dr..HTV ,ACATPSPBPW $951
'2CORVAIR,3 Speed, R&H $175 wom .. t
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courJO.r 4nw
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CLEARANCE. SPECIALS IeY.ItCMOOI MM
lip COUMI.YClW '

i ISIMCA 4 speed 135 .Ya T.
47 ENGLISH FORD Anglla M.nu p
} ,-f' SRENAULTR.10 $35 "MERCURY,,Comet $393
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4 speed AC '6cyl.ACAT
47 FORD 2Dr.HTV-8ATAC $595
FORD $595
M FORD Station Wagon $595 2Dr.HTV-8ATAC
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CONVENIENTLY LOCATED '
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BUZARD Blvd. at Sunbeam\ Rd.

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checking accounts, you make out a lot better. reenlisted for four years at the
You know where your money has been. And BIG BONUS PT2 Jack Stevenson takes the oath for six years and 679th Radar Squadron to com .,.,
you know how much of it has been there. 510,000 with Cdr.J.M. Notargiacomo,VP-45 XO, presiding. plete 20 years active duty.
Paper Tigers are low in cost, and easy to
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mark. the First Lieutenant's Office. '.

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't:'. CECILSPORTS I ?1, } MwrM

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! \: I RAIDER SOFTBALL Pensacola tallied on 3 unearnedruns hits, including a homer and 2
I In their unsuccessful bid to in the 5th inning. Cecil doubles. Craig had 2 hits, as did
retain their 6ND softball crown, scored single runs in the 5th and Metcalf, Erney (including a
:\ the Raiders lost to Albany 2.0, 6th frames to close the gap, but homer), Freeman and Allen.
'": bested Glynco 4 .3,and Orlando 9 winning pitcher Vincent tossed a Starring at the plate for the
t:' 3. Pensacola eliminated the strong 7th inning, setting the instructors with 2 hits each were
{ Raiders by a 5 .4 margin. Raiders down in order, and effectively D. Smith, B. Howard, Z. Baker,
'Z' In the loss to Albany, Brown putting a damper on Tiny Wageman and Godby.
', tossed a no-hitter at Cecil Field. Raider hopes. Mike Denno RAIDER RAMBLINGSTiny t
Brown's pitching gem was banged out a triple and double Wageman hit perhaps the
marred by 3 free passes. to take hitting honors. longest single ever seen at Cecil
Stromquist, who handled all the Field, a ball which bounced off
: Both Albany runs came in the pitching chores for Cecil duringthe the fence at the 285 foot mark. .
6th inning,and were unearned as tourney absorbed 2nd loss. The many ardent, adoring Acey-
a result of an error which was Despite being victimized by a Deucy fans of Frank "Fireboat" Pogo P. Possum,the marsupial friend of Cynthia Rude seal, recently
sandwiched around a hit and a no-hitter, Cecil Field boasted a Pekar, the noted softball rules visited CAPT. J. T. JANUS, DC USN, Senior Dental Officer to protest
wild pitch. Bill Stromquist lost a .274 team batting average in their Interrpreter will be saddened to the Captains request that more possum be eaten. Pogo Insists
heartbreaker, as the portly 4 games. Ed Tonges (.500)); Mike learn that Fireboat's pitching Americans should eat more chicken.at .
righthander limited Albany to but Ciopryna (.416)); Bill debut was less than a smashing

two hits. TROMQU1ST (.307) and Bob success. Fireboat lost his no- the station gym. The opening is slated for 1000, Friday, 1
Stromquist and Cecil hit the Lightle (.307)) hit well in the hitter when the VC-2 lead-off man kick-off will be determined at the September with bowling com
a. winning trail against Glynco in tourney. The only factor which stroked a homer over the left. time of the meeting, and will mencing on September 8th.
the 2nd game, with the winning prevented a more successful fielders head in the 1st inning depend on the actual number of Interested parties may contact
marker coming in the 8th frame. tourney was caused by several Although Frank insists that only 3 entrants. Mrs. Lucas at 786-2022,or sign up
Ed Tonges led off and drew a free fielding lapses. runs were earned, the keen-eyed at the Cecil Bowling Center.
pass. With one down,Bob LJghtle SLOWPITCII scorekeeper's diaagree, as they Football buffs will be delightedto INTRAMURAL: The Wednesday
singled, and when the Glynco Olson of VA-G6 blanked Weps 10 credited VC-2 with scoring 16 learn that Don "Bear"Jackson Nite Continental League
centerfielder misplayed the ball, 0 on 6 stingy hits while his runs (one unearned) on 19 hits has reconsidered his premature and Thursday Nite National are
a hustling Tonges came around to teammates racked the and 6 free passes. However, the intention to retire, and will going to merge to form one strong
score. Dale Howard was the Yellowwater Navy squad with a bespectacled righthander did set "return for one (1)more season"to 14 team league. The new league
Cecil hitting star with 3 singles.In 14 hit outburst, including 6 of the down five batters in-a-row at one lead his "Hell-razor" stalwartsin will be known as the "Conational
the 9.3 romp over Orlando, extra base variety. point in the game, and did actually their effort to defend their League". Entry forms have been
Stromquist was once again the Teveri)had a triple and a single, contributed a single to his championship.A mailed to all teams from the last
starting, and winning pitcher. lace a double and a single, Rengoa own cause. leagues. An organizational
Cecil scored 3 runs in the triple and a single and Lambert limited number of footballsare meeting will be held for team
opening inning,and 4 more in the 2 singles. Tremble chipped in FOOTBALL available at the gym for captains at 1000 on 21 August in
3rd to salt the game away. with a homer, Sullivan a triple In keeping with the National practice until the new shipment the Athletic Director's office.
Tonges with 3 hits, including a and Treadaway a double. trend,softball is going to overlapinto arrives. Rolling will commence on either
homer and a triple; playing VC-2 scored 7 times in the final the football season. The Personnel interested in officiating 23 or 24 of August (Wednesday or
manager Mike Ciopryna with 3 frame en-route to a 16 12 phone in the athletic director's touch football may call Thursday for bowling day, and
singles; Claude Chevis; decision over NAMTD. office jumping off the hook with ext. 498 for information. will be voted upon during the
Stromquist and Lightle with 2 hits Pharr led the "Dragonflyer" queries as to when the season will meeting).
each led the 14 hit barrage. batting attack with 4 straight. officially start. To answer all BOWLINGA
---- -- questions: 11 teams have womans scratch league is
already signed up and a meeting being formed for Friday mor
will be held at 1000 on 17 August nings. An organizational meeting Drug

I ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS -

..at 50-75% below normal retail! VISIT OR L ClinicBy
WAYNE SHRUMAn
FRAMES GALORE ft CUSTOM FRAMING
Portraits In oil from ofBUNDING
photos .
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P. J02 J.W.Fleming,Jr.
AGENCY Inc.REALTORS Mrs. Geri Mitchell, vice
.
chairwoman
and
president
program
Schertle Art Gallery for NWCA, Cecil Field -

Let him represent you in ._M. i 121,announced a drug clinic to be
.1ll ll1 m iii rm 1 tllJi t 11m I !!Mtltml m rnJlIJ l'iUH ilWI REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS held 22 August at 1000 in the
ORANGE PARK
HIGHWAY 17
1610 fellowship hall of the base chapel.
5102 Blanding Boulevard
Phone 771-9513 :w" I The clinic is open to all personnel
their wives and children
YOUR SUPPORT IS APPRECIATED
over the age of 13. The program
will include lectures by Mr.
Melvin L. Marshall of the Drug
GEMRAL ELCTRJC Pbar MAD/SON
Fly Southern to Life Program, an agency concerned
with treatment for drug
ESTABLISHED 1904 abuse victims. This agency,
Columbus e BctdcooftReclinaRockers i ei financed in part with federal
i NOMCYNNIRNINO a.NTus funds, fulfills a part of the func
tion formerly assigned to the Vice

?iG.r Squad, Presently,the.Vice Squad
: Albany refers many of its cases to Drug
Life.
i;. > The session will also include

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W L VP-62 w 71J W L
CHASERS 8 2 COMFAIRJAX 6 6 MAGNIFICENT-7 30 14
FICEUR"5" 8 4 HURRICANES 8 8 THE DRUNKS 28 16

NAMTD 10 6 DRAGONS NO. 5 7 a KINGSLEY MOTORS 25 19
FLAP JAX 10 6 ADPERS 6% 9tt THE BOWLING TEAM 24% 19%
WOMEN'S LIB 10 6 HOSPITAL 4 12 THE SLEEPERS 24 20

GEMS W. 6 FUMBLERS TOO 4 12 IT'S ON ORDER 23 21
LEPRECHAUNS 9 7 THE GREEN MACHINE 21 23
STIFFS 5 7 SEMPER FI 19 25
NATTC 4 8 VW-4 WinsJax MURRAY'S FOR LUNCH 15 29

QUACKS 3 13 THE LIVELY ONES 10% 33%
SCRAMBLES 1 15
AMERICAN LEAGUE -Monday,August 7th, was
the beginning of a ten
game CINCLANTFLT GOLF CHAMPS Cdr. T.L. Zackowskl, center,
W L tournament which culminatedlast stands with the "Low Four" at the conclusion of last week's Gin- HONDA
LATE CHARGERS 11 1 Saturday in a match between cLantFlt Forces Afloat Golf Tournament. From left to right are

FUBARS 12 4 consistent VW-4 and power. Michael Brown of Charleston, fourth with a 308; Ray Chambers of MOTORS&CYCLES CO.
SAW BONES 10 6 hitting VP49.During Mayport, second with a 295; Cdr. Zackowskl, C.O. of Flag Ad. 49X9 B LAN DING BLVD.
HACKERS 5 3 the ministration Unit; Norm Sects of Com Fair Jax, first with a 294, and PHONE 771.8244
week VW-4
DRAGONS NO.3 6' 6 won V.P. Hyslop of Norfolk's Fleet Marine Force,third with a 303.
over VP-56, 4-3; VA-12, 1-0; VP-
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BEE'S 6 10 VP-49 its second defeat 4-2. ScoresJax "I""
TOP FIVE 4 12 ROLLING HILLS C-16 TODAY
AIl\ID 2 10 The final results (low
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PACIFIC LEAGUE formances, won over Com- Forces Afloat Golf Cham-

W L FairJax, 15-2,VA- 5, 10-6; VP-56, pionship, which was held on the
GOOD&BAD 13 3 11-2; and lost to VW-4 twice, 4-3 NAS .Tax Golf Course August 8th

AFEES 10 6 and 4-2. through 11th, are as follows:

SPECIALS 9 7 Norm Secia, ComFairJax, 71-
HUNTERS 6 6 The complete schedule and 79-72-72(294)( ); Ray Chambers,
SPLIT MAKERS 8 .8 scores are as follows; Monday, Mayport, 74-74-73-74(295)( ); V. P.
SPARKS 8 8 VW-4 vs. VP-56, 6-3; VP-49 vs. Hyslop, Fleet Marine Force, V1E!
VP- 5NO.l 7 9 CFJ,15-2; Tuesday,VW-4 vs.VA- Norfolk, 73757976(303)MichaelBrown
FLEWEAF 6 10 12, 1-0; VP-49 vs. VA-45, 1M; Charleston, 76-74-79-

DRAGONS NO.2' 6. 10 Wednesday,VP-56 vs.VP-45,4-3; 79(308)( ); Agnew, Fleet Marine N ; 1 !
NUBS 3 9 CFJ vs. VA-12,3-2; VW-4 vs. VP- Force, 77-74-79-79(309)( ); w" ; .,

ATLANTIC LEAGUE 49,4-3; Thursday VP-56 vs. CFJ, Bryan White, ComFairJax, 76-
W L 4-3: ; VP-49 vs. VP-56,11-2; and, in 80-76-79(311)( ); Roger W. Brunitt, J k''a 772 LENOX AVE.

RADAR 17 14 2 the championship game on Norfolk, 78-82-82-81(313)( ); John o PHONE 781-1740
Saturday, VW-4 vs. VP-49, 4-2. .
DRAGONS NO.1 12 4 Upton,Mayport, 79-77.79-81(316)(
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NEWS-LATWINGER AUGUST 17. 1972
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Touch Swim Team Makes


Football SPORT BRIEFS
Impressive ShowJax

BeginsJax =: .

The Navy Jax Swim Making up the 8-and Under Football Official1!Clinic
Team traveled to the Fun Relay girls relay teams were Jacqui i There is a need for interested persons to contact the Athletic
Intramural Touch meet last Saturday at the Brennock, Donna Jeffries, Pam I Director Special Services concerning the Football Official's Clinic.
Football started Monday, August Beaches Aquatic Pool, Atlantic Kangas, Connie Baltes and Missy Ir r It is not too late to become an official and anyone desiring to train\ for
14th, with Communicationsversus Beach.In Way. The girls won a third place the current season should call the Athletic Office at Ext 3239.
MarBks and VP-45 versus Senior Women's events, ribbon in the 100 I.M. and back, Does Your Command Intend To Play Intramural Golf?
VP-56. MarBks won their game Navy Jax, swimmers took first and a fourth in the breast and Units anticipating having a Fall Golf Program, contact the Athletic
22-0) and VP-45 won its contest 28.. place medals in the 400 yd. free events. Director.. as soon as possible at Ext. 3239.
0. medley relay, the 200 yd. breast, Comprising the largest groupof MATSG Table Tennis Champ
The scores for Tuesday's back and fly relay and the 400 yd. swimmers were 8-and-Undfer GySgt Joseph Blandino emerged the victor of the annual MATSG,
games were not available at free event to take the High Point boys relay teams. John Brem Table Tennis Tournament. GySgt Blandino defeated CWO-3 Philip
press time and,with the results of age group meet trophy. nock,Tim Mason, Kevin Nickens Blaycock for the championship The two finalists had disposed of
Wednesday's games, will be Swimming in the winning and Paul Way, who made up the some 30 other participants in the event.
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printed next week. All games are combination was Judy Milewski, "A" team, took the third place
scheduled to begin at 4:30: p.m. Susan Fitzpatrick, Carla and ribbon in the free, breast and Trophies were presented to the two by Major John D. Way MATSG
Today, NarJax hosts the Cherie Glaraton. medley relay and a fourth in the Executive Officer.
Hospital and NDRC goes against Senior Men's and 15-17 boys back. Billiard ChampsAA
MARTD. Next week's touch with David Tiechman, Brian Winning a fifth place ribbon in Gary L.Eader,a student AE"A"School,won first place in the
football action will be as follows Mason, Steve Lambert, Kevin the 100 yd. free and back event ..NATTC Intramural Billiards Tournament. The second and third place
("N" denotes North Field and Baltes and Jacob Danner com- was Jamie Brennock, Paul Scott winners, also AE"A" students, were AA Gene D. Gouyd and AA
.. "S" denotes South): peting, took fourth in the Senior Karl McPhail and Erik Seimler. Steven C. Moulder, respectively.The .
Monday, August 21st, VP-45 vs. Men's back and a fourth in the 15- In a special age group relay tournament held in King Hall,Thursday,July 27th, through
Air Ops,N; MarBks vs. FICEUR, 17 back event, with a third and event with a 10-and-Under Tuesday, August 3rd. Twelve students from AO"A" and AE"A"
S;Tuesday,August 22nd, FAW-l1 fourth in the 200 yd.breast,and a swimmer going first,progressingup Schools participated in the contest. .
vs. FASOTG, N; NarJax, vs fifth in the 200 yd.and 400 yd.free to a 15-17 yr. swimmer Cdr. E. G. Lightsey, Supt.of AE training, awarded trophies to.the
PubWks, S; Wednesday, August event. finishing, saw Navy Jax boys three men on Monday, August 7th.Boy's .
23rd, VP-56 vs. VP-5, N, and The 13-14 boys had Mark winning two gold medals in the Football
Communications vs. VW-4, S. Mason, David Springer and John 400 yd. free and 400 yd. back The Gray-Y boy's football program will hold an organizational
and Jim Scott takIng the third relay. Starting off for Jax were meeting at 7:30: p.m., August 23rd at Stockton Elementary School.
Any teams desiring to make place ribbon in the 200 medley Mike Scott, the 11-12 swimmer,. Boys in grades 4-6 are eligible, whether attending private school or
additions to the schedule must do relay, back and free events. Scott Baltes, Jim Scott in the 13- not.One
so before November 13th. Also, Winning five gold medals in 13- 14 age group and David Teich-: parent, preferably both, should attend the meeting
anyone interested in officiating at 14 girls relay events were Patti man finishing for the first place Coaches are also needed. If interested, call Steve Risley at 398-
these games should get in'touch Milewski, Robin O'Leary, Kerry win. 3036 or 384-3183.
with the Athletic Director at Ext. Fitzpatrick and Diane Kangas. 1 ,
3239. The 11-12 girls won the sixth place
ribbon in the 200 back with

Michelle Springer, Patty .. .
FRIENDLY, RELAXED & Burgstrom, Kathy McPhail and IN f"
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QUIET ATMOSPHEREMMMIIIIIIIIIIMIIMHIMIiniMIIIIIIIMIIII Karen Way swimming. : :':,
Taking a fourth place ribbon in '..
IDEALLY LOCATED FOR the 200 back and breast relay in .
CECIL FIELD, N.A.S. the 10-11 girls were Adrian : f' '

CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, Glaraton, Jennifer Fitzpatrickand A WORD.
CHURCHES AND Kerry Springer. 10-and-
SHOPPING AREAS Under boys, with Mike Scott, .
., ,<., ;':<"''.'''.'''>.'' Quinn Blalock, Lee Way and Un
Take )103rd to FirestoneRd. Jeffries making up the entries,
., Turn South 2 Blocks took fourth place the 200 back
Past Forrest High School. and free relay.


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