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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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"' An answer to that question was the most important part of Lt. Mark Gartley's

.; I '.:". "X' arrival here Sunday afternoon for three wives as the recently released POW

't t prepared to enter the Naval Hospital for a thorough examination and debriefing. .

I i q I For the wife of Jacksonville area POW, the question brought good new .

,;\\ ( Lt. Gartley told the wife of Capt. R. Bryon Fuller that the two officers had been in

; :4 w the same camp in 1968.
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': Lt. Gartley had been scheduled to arrive here last week, but after arriving in

r New York City, he requested to go to St. Albans Naval Hospital in New York

City where he was united with relatives.

The length of time Lt. Gartley will be at the hospital will depend on how fast the

complete medical examination can be conducted and what the results of it are,

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N r VOL. 30 NO 29 Published In The Interest Personnel of Naval Air Station,Jacksonville OCTOBER 5, 1972

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A HEARTY WELCOME awaits Lt. Mark Gartley as he arrives here
Sunday. Lt. Gartley Is one of three American fliers released recently"by 'Widow Equity' Law ClarifiedJax
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FamilygramJax career military members can now provide for their'widows or widowers and i f

dependent children a survivor income of up to 55 percent of retired pay. i

.. For the first time In history, we are going to pay formal Popularly referred to as the employees. Until SBP went into effect, the
recognition to the official birthday of our Navy. It was 197 years ago, "Widow Equity" plan, SBP puts During bill signing ceremoniesat retired pay of a member ended
on October 13,1775, that the Second Continental Congress signed a bill into effect for career members of the White House, Secretary of with his or her death, unless the
authorizing the construction of ships for American Navy. the uniformed services a survivor Defense Melvin R. Laird expressed member had elected voluntarilyto
Since 1922 when the Navy League Instituted "Navy Day" to honor the protection plan comparableto to the Congress his participate in the Retired
men and women In the Navy the occasion has been celebrated on that available to Civil Service Department's appreciation of its Serviceman's Family Protection
October 27 This date was selected because October was the month in long interest in correcting the Plan (RSFPP), known originallyas
which the Contental Congress authorized the first ship's and the 27th of survivor benefits inequity for the Contingency Option Act.
October Is the birthday of President Theodore Roosevelt who en military members and for its As a result, surviving membersof
couraged the establishment of the Navy League. work in finalizing legislation for retirees' families often found
This year it Is our aim that Navy men, women and their families will the new plan.Secretary themselves with little or no income
In time of reflection and rededication, reflecting upon
join together a Laird indicated the following the deaths of
the great history of pride and professionalism that has been the will be retirees.
legislation particularly
Tht. tradition of the Navy beginning even before the official signing of the important to "those of us in the Under the new Jaw,...members
.. bill! by the Second Continental Congress when, ,Washington", took Defense Department who are who retire on or after the Sept. 21,
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command before Boston In J775. working for an volunteer force 1972 effective date of SBP will be
He saw the possibility of capturing unprotected transports and supply automatically enrolled in the
for Air Force
our Army, our our
ships. He converted several, small schooners into warships and opE Navy, and our Marine Corps". plan if they have spouses or
enlisted Massachusetts sailors into "Washington's Fleet", the first dependent children at retirementtime.
organized American Naval Force. During the fall and winter of 177575 The new Survivor Benefit Plan .
this small squadron captured some 35 ships. allows persons already retired to A member who does not have a
From this dramatic beginning the infant Navy blossomed under the provide,on a voluntary basis,the spouse or dependent children at
inspiration and guidance of men like Jones, Conyngham, Wickes and same protection for family retirement can participate in
others who molded the naval traditions that have strengthened the Jax Joins members as future retirees can SBP either at retirement by
nation to this day. provide for their family membersand naming another person as his
The pages of Naval' history are filled with glamorous and exciting OperationIdentification at equal cost for the beneficiary or later should he or
.', stories of gallantry, dedication and victory. But it must also be added protection.SBP she acquire a spouse or child
;' that there have been and still remain hardships, heartaches and embraces, also, the after retirement.
frustrations. Difficulties are not unique to the Navy; they are in fact a members of the reserve com- Persons who retire within 180
part of every worthwhile endeavor. And there can be a very gratifyingsense ponants, including members of days after the effective date of
of achievement in accomplishing a difficult task In the face of Jax -- Capt. William G. the Army National Guard and Air SBP have a special grace periodof
hardships.The Sizemore NAS Jax CO, has National Guard, with participation 180 days after their retirement
Navy has made tremendous 'strides in recent years toward requested all NAS departmentsand beginning at age 60 or dates in which to finalize either
lessening many of the frustrations of Navy life. But of course, many of tenant commands to appoint later, when retired pay starts. automatic or voluntary par-
the heartaches and frustrations that are Inherent In our way of life will Operation Identification SBP fills a gap in the area of ticipation in the plan. Persons
never be eliminated. representatives to give guidanceand service benefits that many active retired before Sept. 21 have up to
It is only through the pride and professionalism of dedicated men and information to personnel who duty persons, retirees, and the first anniversary of that dateto
women who are willing to give that 'little extra above and beyond the are interested in marking their members of their families did not advise their services that they
normal requirements that we can maintain the great heritage of personal property in order to even know existed. wish to enroll in the plan.
freedom and honor given to us by our shipmates of the past. discourage theft.Operation -
; Plan to take advantage of as many of these activities as possible; Identification is a ;
a. Documentary Fflm,' "Prepare or Die''*, made at Cecil Field will be program sponsored by the s
shown on Channel 12 TV at 2230 on 8 October.b. Jacksonville Police Departmentthat gr _
Flotilla 12 Band from Mayport to perform at _
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Cruiser-Destroyer encourages the marking of + _
NAS Navy Exchange from 1100 to 1145 on 10 October.c. private property with its owners wjlc.r .
Rear Admiral Geis Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, will appear Florida driver license number, or.
on TV Channel 12 Today Show at 0930 on U, }O tober. social security number.
d. Picnic at NA TTC Picnic Grounds on, 13 October from 1000 to 1500. The information is then I

(NAS military personnel only.) recorded on a postcard which is Lr;
e. Navy Day Regatta on St. Johns River on 15 October. A series of sent to the Police Department.The .
three races with', an awards ceremony at the Navy Jax Sailing Club information on the card is fed
Clubhouse following conclusion of,the final race. into a computerand if the police
/ Weekend 13.15 October is Navy Sabbath weekend. Attend the encounter the marked property
services of your choice. All military personnel are encouraged to later, it can be easily and immediately a
wear uniform to services this weekend. identified by checkingthe \
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Finally, let us all join together during this next week by participatingIn computer record. .
IMPROVED MINORITY COMMUNICATION CSC Clarence Scott,
rededicating ourselves -
above, and in
the planned activities mentioned The number should be
Minority Affairs here for the 20 months, Is
Representative past
the United States,Navy as the cornerstone -
to the task of maintaining permanentpart
in the world. engraved on some commended by Capt.William G. Sizemore,NAS Jax CO,for his effortsin
of freedom and the mightiest Navy of the property using an
The NAS Jacksonville Navy family Is one of the finest and my family electric which the providing interpersonal communication and understanding among
engraver,
Naval personnel in racial matters. Chief Scott was also recognized for
and I proud to be with you. ,
are Signed: Capt. W. G. Sizemore NAS Jax CO (Cont. to Pg. 2) his assistance in establishing the NAS Jax CARE Center. M



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meal Cookies, Vanilla SANDWICH .
Pudding. LINE Grilled Hamburgers
French Fries, Cauliflower, Buttered
I .........."... ........ ........ Peas & Carrots, Salad Bar, Cherry Wednesday,Oct. 11 or Cheeseburgers, French
... ..........-.... .Ut.U" : ,. Jello, Peanut Butter Cookies. BREAKFAST Chilled GrapefruitJuice Fried Potatoes, Sliced Tomatoes,
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..... . Sunday,Oct.8 Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Onions,Lettuce Leaves, Catsup, Salad
...... . .. .. BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato Order,Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, Choiceof Dressing Dessert Bar.
.... Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Ham or Pork Sausage, Baked Pork SUPPER Italian Spaghetti w.MeatBalls
& Beans, Pastry Bar Pizza, .
Baked Lasagna Parmesan
Friday, Oct. SUPPER Order,Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, Choiceof
Pork ,
) Chop Suey Egg Foo
Bacon DINNER: Corn Chowder, Baked Cheese, Garlic Bread,
Luncheon ,
or Meat
Young, Chicken Fried Rice,
Chinese Chicken, Brown Gravy, Mashed Seasoned Brussel Sprouts, Salad Bar,
BREAKFAST) Chilled Grapefruit Chow Mein, Noodles, Buttered Green Scrambled Eggs w Ham, Pastry Bar.
Potatoes, Chilled Applesauce, Pineapple Pie, Creamy Rice PuddingNAVAL .
Juice, Hominy Grits, French Toast, .
Beans, Salad Bar, Devils Food Cake, BRUNCH: at .10 a.m. Grilled Seasoned .
Fried Eggs to Order, Choice of Baconor Vanilla Pudding. Cheeseburgers, Cream of Asparagus Buttered Corn,

Luncheon Meat, Cheese Omelet, Saturday, Oct.7 Tomato Soup, French Fried Potatoes, Salad Rice Pudding.Bar, Pineapple Pie, Creamy

Pastry Bar.DINNER BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple Baked Beans, Salad Bar, Lemon SANDWICH
: New England Clam Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Meringue Pie, Chocolate Cookies. LINE Chili Dogs,
Potato ,
Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Fried Order,Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, Choice SUPPER: Baked Virginia Ham, Onions, Chips Dessert Salad Bar. Bar, Chopped Dad o Oa[
Perch, Scalloped Potatoes, Tartar 'of Ham or Pork Sausage, Minced Pineapple Sauce, Whipped Potatoes,
Sauce, Brown Gravy, Buttered SUPPER: Fried Fish Sticks or
Beef, Lyonnaise Potatoes, Pastry Candied Sweet Potatoes, Buttered
Broccoli, Simmered Pinto Beans, Bar. Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Frankfurters Cheese & Bacon, Ell1E
Salad Bar, Peach Pie, Devils Food Steamed Rice, Seasoned Lima Beans,
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BRUNCH: at lOa.m. Beef Rice Soup, Chocolate Cookies Strawberry Jello.
ttered Cauliflower,
Cake. Grilled Veal Steaks, French Fried Monday, Oct.9 Salad Bar,, AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
nato Spice Cake, Brownies.
SANDWICH LINE Submarine Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Bar, BREAKFAST Chilled Orange
Sandwiches, Potato Chips, Sliced Strawberry Short Cake, Peanut Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Thursday,Oct. 12
Tomato Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Butter Cookies. Order,Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, Choiceof L IAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple
Catsup, Mustard, Salad' Dressing, SUPPER: Roast Tom Turkey, Ham or Pork Sausage, Home Fried Juice, Cooked Farina, Fried Eggs to Sunday

Dessert Bar. Cream Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, Potatoes, Corn Muffins, Pastry Bar. Order, French ,Toast w.Syrup, Choiceof Divine Worship 8:30: a.mat .
DINNER : Navy Bean Soup, Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Lyon. Saints
All ,Chapel
Southern Fried Chicken, naise Potatoes, '
Savory Bread, Pastry Bar. ChtirchSchool
Brown Gravy, Dressing, Buttered DINNER: Split'Pea Soup,Breaded Divine Worship 9:30: 11 a.m.a.m at
I Beets, Seasoned June Peas, Mashed Pork Chops, Cream Gravy,, Mashed All 'Saints Chapel
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Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Salad Potatoes, Chilled Applesauce, Junior Youth Fellowship
Bar, Chocolate Cream Pie, Ap Seasoned Asparagus, Buttered Corn, 12:30 p.m. Senior Youth
plesauce Cake.SANDWICH Salad Bar, Pineapple Pie, Chocolate. Fellowship 1 1:30
The JAX AIR NEWS' is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper LINE: Grilled Hamburgers Krinkles .. : pm.

distributed each at the. U. S. or Cheeseburgers, Potato Evening Worship 7:30
Thursday Naval. Air Station "
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Chips/ Sliced Tomatoes, Onions, Mf't
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a, i
private firm. All Copy'submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Lettuce Leaves. Dill Pickles, OperationIdentification Tuesday
MustardCatsup, Salad Dressing,
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must be forwarded to the. Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS' Dessert BarSUPPER Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
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Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication News : Stuffed Bell Peppers, Christian Science Bldg Service and

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or Tomato Sauce, Snowflaked Potatoes, ( p.m. at the Small Chapel

3119. Boiled Cabbage & Carrots,.Seasoned (Cont. from Page 1) >'
NAVAL HOSPITAL
Green Beans, Salad Bar, ApplesauceCake
Cherry Jello.Tuesday. representatives have been Divine Worship 10 a.m. at
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made St. Lukes.
,Oct. 10 requested to purchase.The .
available without regard to race,
purchase use or patronage
BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice, not aids i in HATTCProtestant
creed, color national origin or sex of the purchaser user, or Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order, program only

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal French Toast Syrup, Choice of convictions, but also has a Service 10:30: Worship..m. m

opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Creamed powerful deterrrent effect by Building 500.

advertising from that source." Dried Beef, Pastry Bar. making stolen property difficultto

DINNER; Hot Roast Beef Sand sell. ... CATHOLICSaturday
wiches or Baked Virginia Ham,
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Brown Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, In one American community of Mass S pm.: at
concerning such should be directed to: Buttered Carrots, Southern Fried 11,000 homes, 4,000 homeowners St. Edward's Chapel
Okra, Salad Bar, Raisin Nut Cake, marked their property for Sunday Mass a.m. and 11
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Oatmeal Cookies. identification 'in the event i it a.m. Daily M Monday,
Tuesday and
SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham & Thursday
4747 SanJuan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Cheese Sandwiches, Potato Chips, became stolen. These 4,000 Friday 11 30 a.m. Wed

Telephone 388-2755 Salad Bar, Relish Tray, Dessert Bar. homes had only 6 burglaries i in nesday the Naval Mass Hospital 11:30 a.m.Chapel.at

SUPPER I" Grilled Hamburgers or, two years while the remaining

[ VOL. 30 NO. 29 OCTOBER 5, 1972 Cheeseburgers Potatoes Buttered Mixed French Vegetables,Fried, 7,000 had, 1,800 burglaries in the and Saturday S p.mr ,Confessions 4:15:

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Everybody's JobJax

Jax -- Ortega Arms, a 152-unit
Sunday marks the beginning of Fire Prevention 5M apartment complex built under

Week 1972 a program aimed at making the American Section 236 of the National
Housing Act, FHA
public more aware of how lives and C Military
I they can help save Preference, i is scheduled for
property by preventing needless fires. initial occupancy in 6-8 weeks.

The NAS Jax Fire Department Fire Prevention Branch, "Don't rx- The complex is located within
plans to accelerate its regular wait for an inspection." four miles of NAS Jax at Catoma
year-round at this and Ortega Farms Blvd. There
program time, Failure to conduct practice I :
are !-, 2and 3-bedroom un
placing emphasis on the fact that drills is the main problem in : .
Fire Prevention must be an "all furnished apartments which are
home fires here Olive
,Capt. says,
hands"effort in order to succeed.In air conditioned, carpeted, and
in the
"Every
person family
the words of Station Fire equipped with range and
should know two routes of escape,
: Chief, H.L. Ellis, "an effective refrigerator.
where the nearest fire alarm box
I fire prevention program requiresfull is located, and the Fire Depart rHLr4S K Married personnel in pay
cooperation' from.. people on ment phone number." grades E-l through E-5 may be
ALL LEVELS!l" If a fire occurs in a home wherea eligible for rental supplement. E-
During the past year, some 300 baby sitter is in charge,she can 5 personnel may qualify if they
military families throughout the either be an asset or a liability are not receiving incentive pay,
country were involved in fires, when it comes to getting the have less than eight years ser
according to the Naval Safety children out safely. vice, and at least two minor
Center. "If we demand a qualified TOP SEABEE E02 Lucky Barnes (Right) is congratulated by children
The leading cause of fires in nursery, we should demand a Ltg(| ) Craig T. Pynn, CBU-410 CO% for being selected Seabee of the
family housing continues to be qualified baby sitter.", Capt. Month. E02 Barnes was selected for his outstanding professional However, preference in rentalof
carelessness with 30.3 percent of Olive emphasized. performance and dedication to duty. these units will be afforded all

housing fires attributed to "Before leaving the home, the married personnel.
cooking, 12 percent resulting parents should inform the baby Interested personnel who do
from matches and lighters, and sitter of their location and the Without Advertising not anticipate transfer from this
11.3 caused by smoking home's escape routes. area before January 1974 should
materials. I You Wouldn't Know contact the Housing Referral
Here at NAS Jax, conditions in "Don't give the baby sitter a Office, Bldg. 902.It's .
the barracks and family/housing, bunch of phone numbers. The
,not industrial situations, are the only number she needs to know is
main problem. the Fire Department. We'll take
In order to prevent fires in the care of notifying the parents."
barracks, NAS has established a About 3,000 children lose their
unique program. NAS Jax now is lives in fires each year-one
the only NAS with a Fire Ward quarter of the total lives lostanda .
en Program. little advance drilling could a Fact !
reduce the toll greatly.If .
Every barracks has a fire
warden who is responsible for you think you smell smoke,
inspecting and reporting to the ,don't hesitate to call the Fire
Fire Department each month. Department because you're not
sure that a fire is present.
"The Fire Department is "We'd rather go and find
available for suggestions any nothing than find a fire when it's
time," says Capt. Olive of the too late", Capt. Olive said.

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Tomato Soup, Pan Roast Beef Vegetable Soup, VegetableBeef
with New Potatoes, Pork Cutlets Stew with Rice, Chicken

with Apples, Spaghetti and Meat with Dumplins, Fish Cakes with

("s t Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Slaw, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, 1
Fish Chicken Fried Sticks with Onion t

Mashed Potatoes, French Gravy. :

e Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, French ;
Green Lima Beans, Corn. Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy,
String Beans, Squash, Pinto j
,tit. Beans.
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Combination Salad, Tossed Combination' Salad, Tossed

,.. Salad, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Salad, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello,
,., Fruit Jello,Fruit Cottage Cheese, Fruit Jello,Fruit Cottage Cheese,
,L Plain Cottage Cheese, CucumberMix Plain Cottage Cheese, Cucumber ,

Chef Salad Bowl, Potato Mix, Carrot and Raisin, Tuna
Salad. Salad. I

a1 Egg Custard Pie, Apple Pie, Coconut Cream Pie, Apple Pie,
1 Chocolate, Cake, Assorted Banana Cake, Assorted Pudding.
I
4 t Pudding.
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\ / Wednesday,Oct. 10 Seafood Gumbo, Stuffed

Minestrone Soup, Fried Peppers with Creole Sauce, Trout
CFC LEADER RETIRES Gordon L. King, Supervisor, Programs Management Branch, Supply Chicken, Shortribs with Noodles, Almondine, Swiss Steaks,
Department, and a leader in the Combined Federal Campaign since its beginning in 1965, receives a Liver with Onions, 7 oz. Chopped Mushroom Gravy, 7 oz. Chopped

retirement plaque from RAdm. Lawrence R. Gets Left), COMFAIRJAX, and Capt. William G. Sirloin, Fish.Mashed Sirloin, Baked Franks with

Sizemore, NAS Jax CO,as he retires after more than 30 years work here. Potatoes, French Beans.

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I CIVILIAN Tomatoes, Peas.

Salad, Tossed Combination Salad, Tossed

Salad, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Salad, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello,
Fruit Jello,Fruit Cottage Cheese, Fruit Jello,Fruit Cottage Cheese,
Plain Cottage Cheese, CucumberMix Plain Cottage Cheese, CucumberMix

Waldor' Salad, Beet and, Health Salad, Cole Slaw.
SelectedFor Onion. Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple
Chocolate Pie, Apple Pie, Pie, Strawberry Short Cake, '

Layer Cake, Assorted Pudding.. Assorted Pudding. .

Study Y

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The U, S. Civil Service Commission
In REAL ESTATE matters, visit or call
Federal
recently announced that 95
employees have been selected for a L WAYNE SHRUMAn
year of graduate study In the i- pt
Education for Public Management associate of
program In 1972.73.
BLANDING A ENCY"Inc.
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Final selections were made from a .
group of mid-career employees REALTORSHonesty
Identified by department and agency
heads as potential program and QIt"f
policy-level executives.This Dependability, Sincerity In
REAL ESTATE SALES

year's participants represent
23 different Federal departments and 5102 Blanding Boulevard
agencies. f
Phone 771-9513
THANKS FROM THE CORPS .. Mr. Rod Pinney, NAS Jax
between the of 25 and
They are ages Executive Assistant, in congratulated by Capt. William. Sizemore,
48 and range In grade from GS-11 to -
GS15. Each participant will return to NAS Jax CO, after receiving a Certificate of Appreciation from the
the sponsoring organization at the end Marine Barracks. In the Certificate, Mal. J. F., Lavin, Marine
of the 1972.73 academic year to Barracks CO,cited Mr. Pinney as a distinguished civilian member of
his governmental career.
resume your, staff who has provided notable support to this command.
1fIdcome 46oaad11C41
,Education for Public Managementwill ;
provide each participant with a
year of graduate study at one of the WESTSIDE
following major universities duringthe )
1972.73 academic year: Cornell 'HOUSt OP CKJALITY SERVICE'Jacksonville's 1310 (Vt
University, Harvard University, Finest CASSATAVENUE
Indiana University Massachusetts
Institute of ,Technology, Princeton Toyota Sales 4, Service
University, Stanford University, Sincel885HAVERTV'8
University of Southern California hr.
University of Virginia ,and the month 1972 CORONA
University of Washington. per


At' the nine participating schools,
the employees will attend a core
seminar designed to focus their Std. Equipment
educational experience on the administration
Includes; FURNITURE
of public affairs. In ,
addition,each participant will carry, Front disc i
graduate-level/ academic load In BrakesWheel
subjects needed to equip him or her to covers '
handle the broad and: complex'problems I
Nylon carpets
facing career executives' In 4 Door
White wall frre
Government PHONE 389 456)) SEDAN

Originally funded by the Ford MILITARY DISCOUNT!
Delivered In Jax. on approved credit Including tag sales tax, j
administered the
Foundation and by
dealer prep, transport and title ices; Apr. 9.71 percent Interest -
National Institute of Public Affairs In
(342.77 Dec. stamps $3.00; unpaid balance $2147.; total .
close cooperation with the Civil
note $2511.52 cash
; or.trade-In down $433.29.
Service Commission, the program Is
In Its ninth year of helping to create a
strong managerial, and executive
capacity In Government. Responsibllity ... 2SB5"Transportation s
CorofialO
for the program's continued -. /OA
operation passed from the National Of Week rceego &H 1
Institute of Public Affairs to the Civil' ,1095, .. :' rro On ALL,furniture in our huge new store...! ;
Service, Commission In 1949. [ 095 Military personnel ONLY!

.
72 PLYMOUTH Satellite Sebrlng Plus Loaded $3395
72 PLYMOUTH Scamp 2dr.HT,8cyl.ATR&H Low Mil. $2495 You can't'buy better furniture at a better price anywhere In a
DODGE Polara 2dr.HTATACPSVR $1495 America ... period! Come in and let us prove you save more at
67 CAMARO RS Loaded $159570GRIMLIN3spd. Haverty'sl I Easy terms Free delivery, Free parking!
., RiH $1295
10 0PE L GT 4spd.. R&H S1995
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41 Commands Top Loans




100 Percent MarkJax ,r, IncreaseG.


Twenty NAS Jax commands are among 41 who I. home loans in fiscal year'

met or surpassed their suggested Combined Federal 1972 jumped 81 per cent-the

, Campaign goals at the halfway point of the six-week highest level in 15 years, the

: drive, a campaign spokesman reported Tuesday. i r Veterans Administration ft. ,

' Five NAS Jax commands equalled or topped 100 vealed today. 'I

> percent in the third week of the drive. These commandsare II
Administrator of
Fleet Weather, 202 percent; Defense Mapping and Veterans: ;
j Affairs! Donald E. Johnson said J
f Hydrographic Agency Center, 150 percent; FICEUR, 359,000 loans were closed last
t 113 Regional Office of Civilian 102 PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE JOWC officers talk over the ,
percent; Manpower, Coffee. Left to fiscal year, compared to 198,000 I l
percent; and Regional Storage Management Office, 100 club's plans for the future at a "Welcome Aboard Counselor; Mrs. Julie the previous year. Loan applications .
,
Right are: Mrs. Maxine Kaufman Advisory at the end of fiscal
4 percent. year
Mills, JOWC President; Mrs. Lawrence R. Geis, Senior Advisory
.7 Matching or beating 100 percent earlier in the drive Counselor and Mrs. Helen Sizemore, Advisory Counselor. 1972 were up too. They stood at
were Marine Barracks, 320 percent; Fleet Air Wing 400,000-4 43 per cent hike over
the 279,000 applications
; 11 Staff, 212 percent: MATSG, 190 percent; Disease Handicapped Employees corded a year earlier. re

Vector and Ecology Control Center, 177 percent; VW-4, .

172 percent; NAMTD, 166 percent; MARTD, 162 per- Appraisal requests rose near. "
cent; NATTC 159 percent; COMFAIRJAX staff, 154 Eligible For AwardJax ly 19 per cent during: the period,

percent VP-45,148 679th Radar from 545,400 to 647,000, and requests -
; percent; Squadron, 130 '
Nominations are now being accepted for the for determination of eligibility -
percent NAS Jax 123 and
; percent CVWR-20, 120 per-
cent. Outstanding Handicapped Federal Employee of the increased nearly 11 per
( Year Award. cent, from 712,000 to 787,500.
Top contributor in the area by percentage is the
Jacksonville University NROTC Unit with 336 Conceived in 1968, the award is Among: factors cited for the
percent. granted annually by the U.S. nominee's job performance upsurge were cuts in G. I. home
Civil Service Commission on clearly exceeds requirements in loan interest rates, beginning in
11 1 11 t behalf of the President of the spite of severely limiting factors December 1970. The rate was
and how the nominee's courage \
United States.
_
reduced from 8.5 to 8 per cent,
\ ti The objective of the program is and initiative in overcoming followed by reductions from 8 to \,
to promote increased employment handicaps served as an Inspiration *
7.5 per cent in January 1971, f
opportunities for the to others and resulted in
and the following month from
and a positive' influence toward
handicapped by recognizing
7.5 to the current 7 per cent. t
: vo RNs publicizing the achievements of opening opportunities for han
individual outstanding handicapped dicapped personnel in the Another reason for increased

'; : \' \\ \ 'Federal employees.The Federal service. G.I. home loan activity has been
7\\ ten finalists in the com Information or assistance in the general availability of mort I

petition are honored at a preparing nominations may be gage money to finance homes,
WEEKDAYS ceremony held in March of each obtained by calling Mr. Ray VA officials explained. "
NORMANDY BIUE ; 7:309.25SATURDAYSUNDAY year in Washington,D.C. Datres, Incentive Awards Administrator
S'5:40: 7'35and; 930; The award winner will be givena Ext. 3255.
r plaque signed by the President, Nominations should be completed Cell ,
and the other finalists will and submitted to Civilian Sickle

receive certificates. Personnel Department,Attn.Mr.
In' nominations, the Datres,Box 22,NAS Jacksonville, AnemiaLecture 1
major criteria will be how the not later than Oct. 20, 1972.
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72 BUICK SKYLARK 2 dr. 69 FORD TORINO G.T. at the CARE Center

H.T., air and power, 3 to Fastback, burgundy with Tuesday, 'Oct. 24, at 1:30:

THE RA/S choose from. burgundy buckets, loaded p.m. to present a lectureon

Fr fBStOwSF I & extra nice. I Sickle Cell Anemia.

$3495 Sickle Cell Anemia is an
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69 CHEVROLET I II found chiefly among

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71 PONTIAC CATALINA 2 green with dark green I by an abnormalred

BOTH X RATED! dr, H.T., blue with white vinyl top & green bucket blood cell (sickle cell)
vinyl top, air and seats loaded.
C No One Under 18 Will Be Admitted power. containing a defectiveform

Positive ID Required! $1995 of hemoglobin that
2995 causes the cell to become
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WEEKDAYS: /:OOA :4S sickle-shaped when
t Qt SATURDAY-SUNDAY: 68 LEMANS WAGON depri"ed of oxygen.All .
3:004:451:30:1510.00: Automatic transmission
M 71 CHEVROLET COR. ,
interested personnelare
VETTE Roadster, Blue power steering, one owner.
to attend.
urged
SONYA IS CONSENTING NOW IN FIVE YEARS. SHE Will BE AN ADULT! with white top, Tur- $1
295
1t bohydramatic AC.. power
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windows & stereo extra'
clean. VW-4 Wives
67 FORD MUSTANG 2 dr.

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$5295MMaHBiH conditioning & power, MeetingJax
: priced to go.
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A VW-4 Wives
HML 70 PONTIAC', LEMANS $ 1295 meeting will be held Oct.
1
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2
vinyl top and sandalwood sedan,looks and drives like dr. Chapel Meeting Room.
buckets, equipped with air new, Ideal for school 'The children's,
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<( ( and $15 million
,( < < Jax A new curriculum a building
( I of the changes Improvements
are some :
( -The following is a report program
': ,
/ "r Naval War College in Newport, R.I. this
\ of motor vehicle accidents and .. slated for the
... /
,; traffic violations for the period of I year, according to its new president, VAdm. Stansfield

., Sept. 18-24. : .jj ) Turner. _
: Number of Accidents effect .L change in
\ The 450 students beginning we in me me
This period 4 of senior course curriculum gets
''' traditional ten-month course
'
: This period a year ago 3 --" ; \ study this fall will see a re- away from traditional teaching
( i Total accidents this year 288 on individual methods to a- "case study" approach
emphasis
t, Total last accidents through this I .. ...'... scholarship in the historical veinof which 'stresses problem
period year 253 NAVY COMMENDATION MEDAL Cdr. Everett C. Garrett accepts Alfred Thayer Mahan and a analyzation. The academic
Total number of days since last
congratulations from Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, marked decrease in the actual disciplines will be studied as they
in motor vehicle accident
injury a
12 after being awarded the Navy Commendation Medal (gold star in lieu class time. apply to specific cases.
of second award) for meritorious service as Maintenance Officer on The major curriculum Innovation -
Number of days since an injury Under this new ,
the Staff of Commander Naval Air Test Center-Commander Fleet Air by the college's 36th program
last at this time 93' in the will
year students :senior course
Patuxent River Maryland. Cdr. Garrett was cited for expertise in president will be enacted in the
Number of Violations organization and management that enabled the Naval Air Test Centerto College of Naval Warfare whichis end with a' jnajor study of

This period 39 fulfill its mission.VP62. designed primarily for senior strategy minor emphasis and management on tactics., with
Similar changes will
Speeding 7 officers.
Reckless driving 0 Completes take place more gradually in the Members ot the junior course,
Going through stop sign 0 College of Command and Staff, on the other hand, will major in
Other Violations 28 aimed primarily at junior of tactics, with lesser emphasis on
ficers. strategy and. management.
Twenty-five drivers appeared NATO DeploymentJax Designed to cut back on the However, the two courses will
appeared before the Traffic accretion of additional courses carry out a* continuous interchange
Hearing Board on Sept. 28. which has taken place since of. facts, ideas and
Disposition of the cases includedthe -The 220 reservists of vp. The squadron logged 132 hoursin World War II, the new programin discussions with one supportingthe
following: 62's "A" Wing have returned the NATO "Strong Ex the warfare course, or senior other.
Eighteen lost driving and from their history making two- press" exercise and 270 more course, will shift emphasis to the
parking privileges aboard the week deployment to Lajes in the hours of patrol in support of study of strategy, managementand With the emphasis on greater
station for various periods; Azores, where they flew in Commander, ASW Forces, tactics. academic freedom, officers on
fourteen were assigned to support of NATO with ten other Azores.At Some overlap will take place the faculty, as well as the
h complete an eight-hour course in countries in the largest within the junior course. students, will wear civilian
remedial driving; none received peacetime war games in the the close of the cruise Cdr. Previously, the senior course clothes and all name tags will
suspensions; seven were given history of the Treaty Kenneth E. Myatt, commandingofficer consisted of four separate show first names. rather than
warnings; one was dismissed; Organization.The of the unit, commented, segments covering a wide rangeof rank.
four were fined. (U.S. "Every man is to be commendedfor academic disciplines within The president states, "We're
Magistrate); and eight were an outstanding job. The the general framework of looking for ideas,and rank has no
referred to commanding officersfor cruise marked the first around-the-clock operations and strategy. monopoly on ideas." ;
possible disciplinary action. time that a Naval Air Reserve high aircraft availability was the i
Twenty drivers were assessed squadron has participated in an mark of a truly outstandinggroup
sixty-one traffic points. operation of such magnitude. of men." Pollution Survey




WINNINGTONIGHT Jax Merit Underway HereJax I

A survey of all pollution sources here is now

PromotionsJax being conducted here by a Pollution Reconnaissance

Team from the Naval Air Rework Facility, North
Island Calif. 'I"
The ;
following positions
have beeen advertised under the This survey is part of a Navy- trying to keep the mission ,
Jax Merit Promotion Program wide data sampling program to essential functions of the Navy at :,
S DAILY $3 PERFECTA S DAILY since our last issue: increase the available Information acceptable levels of competence. "
DOUBLE DOUBLE Aircraft Parts Packager, WG-7 on pollution at various The three-man Pollution

Ut TWO RACES 6th& 12th RACES LAST TWO RACES (99-72)); Open continuouslyFirstCut Naval Activities and is Reconnaissance Team, which
10-12-72 associated with the Naval will be here until Oct. 20, will be 'j
QUINIELAi WIN-PLACE-SHOW WAGERING EVERY RACEr Wood Craftsman Foreman, Facilities Engineering Com- gathering information that !'
WS-10 (100-72)); Closing Date: 10- mand's Environmental concerns all departments and
16-72 Protection Data Base Program.This tenant commands.
."- /;; Crater and Packer, WG-8 (101- is the first step in the They will be looking for such
.. 72)); Open continuously,First Cut planning process for pollution general information as total

) '. 10-12-72 abatement.The number of workers and
Inspector Metals "C", WG-5 scientists at the En- vehicles (both private and
(102-72); Open continuously, vironmental Protection Data government) aboard the air
First Cut 10-17-72 Base Office of Naval Civil station.
Employees are urged to look Engineering Laboratory will then
for the Merit Promotion Announcements take this data and compare it
on the official with information collected at
ORANGE bulletin boards in their work other Navy bases to come up with
areas at least once a week. pollution emission rates for a
They are also encouraged to typical Naval Air Rework
contact the Employment Office, Facility, a jet test cell or a ship.
Ext. 3448, or the Rating Branch, Officials and engineers in
Vi Ext. 2320, Civilian Per- Washington can finally begin to
PARK sonnelDepartment to inquire plan for more effective ways to THE RPRRTmEnTI

...,..<.....(,.. about positions in which they are control pollution utilizing these WITH
interested.
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CLUBHOUSE ADMISSION : 1.50 ** t * * * * * ROD

Includes comfortable table seating for the night! -TOPLESS BARTENDER 12 NOON TIL ?? THE GOOD LIFE:


DINNER served 6:30-10: : e: HONEY i FRom $120.

\ Most exciting place to dine. Complete ewood

delicious meals from $2.95 and you'll : L HUSH 5 Villa

enjoy a spectacular view of every race! 2045 Jammes Road
.
r.: 10 minutes from Jack
RESERVATIONS: "The Godfather's Child" sonville. Out RooseveltBlvd.

WEEKDAYS until 3 ((904)) 388-2623. : TOPLESSGOGO Right on San Then
,
After 3 ((904)) 264-9575. Juan to aparments.For Jammes. .
GIRLS left to
SATURDAY after 1 pm ((904)) 264-9575. SIX NIGHTS} WEEKLY complete info call.
Vpm til tam 1NrHElOtJNGE 4-2 A.M.
GRANDSTAND ADMISSION Still only 50 cents 781-3818

I I Out of SIGHT LOUNGE '
: 1st RACE POST TIME 8p.rn.MATINEE I 1:30: Ie AMEN MANAGEMEN1 toll''

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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 9



'i i.', \' Vet's ChecklistVietnam Think You Own A ,'Lemon'; ? I IEver '



wonder why the familycar IGNITION- If the car is
Era servicemen returning to civilian life have seems to break down when
[ n hard to start ignition
key deadline to remember, the Veterans Administration ( a worn
take
the
pointed out today. you wife and offspringon system is usually at fault. Reg
a weekend outing! The ular tuneups between 12,000

Here is the deadline time table: neighbor across the street never and 15,000 miles can eliminatethe

In ten days., report address to Selective Service seems to have any problemswith problems and increase the

through local board (in person or by mail), his car and it's the same gas mileage. To make your bat.

In 30 days register with Selective Service or any year as yours. tery last longer, check the fluid
local board, if not already registered.In You may say you have a level frequently.

90 days, apply to former for reemployment. "lemon"-or just'bad luck with COOLING SYSTEM -Hoses

An soon a.* possible! register with local state employment cars. The same problems came and belts wear out, and usually

service office. (Veterans have up to a year to apply up with the last one you had. at the most inconvenient time.

for unemployment compensation, but applications filed This could be a coincidence, or Hoses usually last about two
you may be neglecting car, Regardless of the make of
your
after a long period of unemployment could result in a years or 24,000 miles. Some last
while the automobile these nine items, if
guy across the streetis ,
lower rate of unemployment compensatiOh). longer, but don't count on it.
taking care of his. He's aware kept in mind prior to extensive
In 120 days, or one year if totally disabled at time of Check the thermostat once a
of what could and summer driving, could mean a
go
wrong
separation, convert Servicemen's Group Life Insurance year, and insure that the radiator
looks after it regularly. safe and less expensive trip:
(without examination) to private commercial policy. TIRES-Air shouldbe pressure cap seals properlyand

Within one year from date of notice of VA rating on pressure weeks. the valve is sound.
checked two
disability, apply to any VA office for (G.I. life insurance every TERS-Cleaning and replacing
All Black Too little air will cause excessive -
based on service-connected disability various filters is a must.
wear and make tire hydro
Within one year, apply to any VA office for G.I. education plane when roads are wet. Too Abide by the manufacturer'stime
or training which must be completed within eight change and check schedule.
much air causes rapid wear on
yearn of separation from military service. ChoirJax LUBRICATION-When the
the center rib, and reduces
There are no time limits for veterans to: handling and braking capabili manufacturer's 1 lubrication l

Apply to any VA office for a G.I. loan guaranty to -- The 60-voice ties. Check your tires accordingto schedule is neglected, a fittingcan

buy a farm or buy, build or improve a home. Malinda Wilson Com the tire manufacturer's freeze up mechanically and

File claims with any VA office for compensation for munity Youth Choir from recommendations. cause much mere damage than
Mrvice-connerted the cost of a lube job.
disabilities or disease for hos-
pital care. or apply the St. Stevens AME Zion

Seek assistance from local offices of state employment Church of Jacksonvillewill

service in finding employment or entering Labor Depart perform at the All

ment job training programs.VA Saints' Chapel here at the MAC

aid its 72 veterans assistance centers around the 11 'a.m. service Sunday.

country are ready to help veterans get a quick start in This all Black choir is
civilian l'c.JOWC' .
,under the direction of Mrs.

Carmen West. STEREO



Highlights


, Jax The JOWC held its MERLITE DIA-SIM '
.is Roosevelt
r .. at 6483 Blvd.
"Welcome Aboard Coffee" Sept. Luxurious simulated DIAMONDS-man
27 at the Officers Club. The made, Incredibly like the real thing In
. coffee was a great success with beauty brilliance, whiteness, and hard (near NAS)
ness at only 1.200th of the cost! Merlite .
:; everyone busy signing up for
Jewelry is
UNCONDITIONALLY
classes and ...and we have for your convenience a complete
meeting new people. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.or you may
The JOWC October function return It at any time and we will either selection of components, Including real to reel,
i will be a Combine Luncheon repair It or replace It. Precision cut and 1 amps, tuners, receivers, speakers, cassette
including Mayport, Cecil Field polished with 58 facets lust like a natural decks, 8 track record-playback decks, turn
diamond. Cost not thousands-less than '
tables, and car stereo many of the above
and
NAS Jax.
i $20.00 per carat I Your money refunded If
4 The luncheon is scheduled to not completely satisfied.For feature the new Quad hookups.

: take place at the Alhambra HOURS: Mon-Fri 9:00-4:00, Saturday 10:005:00
I!' Dinner Theater Oct. 19 at noon. FREE COLOR CATALOG of styles In both white and yellow gold PHONE 388-8815
for men and women, write:
Tickets are now available.

;. Contact your unit representative THE MARDON COMPANYP.O.
. Rita Box 5190 Jacksonville, Fla.32207
Mrs.
or Cunningham, 264t -
4773. Reservations will be madea

t week in advance and can-
/
cellation date is Oct. 17. ,

J The JOWC members have : DREAMS OR REALITY?
I invited the POW-MIA wives in
.
_-
their area to be their guest at this f

luncheon and will provide __ : (
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jjiffIJ: [ EDUCATION
-
transportation for them. i =
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The November function'will ,.. T ,.
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.
take place on Nov. 1 and reser-

vations will have to'be in by Oct. '- J- can make the difference !
27. The function will be a "Wine : = '

Tasting" at 11:30: a.m. at the. --, ...............UU..........................I
Officers Club.

The next board meeting will "

take place on Oct. 30 at Bldg. 500."Feldman l- :i advance schools, inc. i


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: O Electricity OMobile Engine Service QBookkeeping :
-" : QRefrigeration-Air Conditioning OEIectronics OGeneral Office
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: ACCREDITED MEMBER: NATIONAL HOME STUDY COUNCIL, :
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" 0t 6" : The above courses qualify for Tuition Reimbursement for :

o : Eligible Veterans and eligible In-service personnel under .-
,. : the G.I. Bill.Training .
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proper wear of the uniform." -
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Family members and substitute = ;: ;: ;; : :

,. their family own right members are ,ineligiblefor who in schools, inc.

CHAMPUS benefits! may be
involved in psychiatric diagnostic

and treatment programs, if, DISTRICT OFFICE: 6565 BEACH BLVD PH 724.6171 JACKSONVILLE 32216
in the judgment of the therapistit

is required to insure proper

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I Many Groups Offering I IT



I Education AssistanceJax .....wIKM..,. ....plaMaat .
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Although the Navy itself complete in every detail at the .. t.J' i !
rldtfrl
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time of submission since in some +* ,
has no funds for the purpose of = .0 jIk' I "' ;
awarding scholarships or any instances the decision of college J
other form of student aid to selection may not be final and \

dependents, over the years expense estimates may change.
various Navy-Marine Corps Need is determined by sub- aI

oriented private organizationsand tracting required contributionsfrom ,
Wives Clubs have established students through summer "
special scholarships and awards work (25000400.00), and 1 7

programs supervised by the parents' required contribution
CNO. based on family size and income

These awards are for un- from school expenses, tuitionand' S

married, college age sons and fees, books and supplies, and 't b,
daughters of Navy,Marine Corps room and board where applicableplus
I' By Ed Beasley
$500.00 and transportationand
and Coast Guard personnel.

Information regarding these personal expenses. rQ One of the first sea battles
awards is published annually in The parents' contribution is aaJ which led to the war
October by Bureau of Naval determined from charts which of 1812 was between the

Personnel Notice in the 1755 indicate what the family shouldbe Leopard, a British vessel,
able to afford considering
series.In .
and the American vessel
addition, Public Law 92-318 normal expenditures.Any Chesapeake. The British
provides for assistance both in unusual conditions or
,__ I opened fire upon the
which could
grants and loans for higher justifiable expenses -INTRODUCTION TO SERVICE-Mrs. Helen Dunlap, Chairman of American I : Chesapeakefirst.
education the U. not be foreseen or planned are
S.
by -
government consideration. the Red Cross Volunteers, speaks to the Red Cross Volunteer class on
Information on these given special The five days of classes at the
service.
volunteer
of
the meaning
is to start The American vessel
Repayment expected ,
is published by the
programs with Red Cross
Naval Hospital covered a wide range of topics dealing
Commissioner of Education. with employment upon badly damaged was
The Navy Relief Society will graduation in monthly in- service. -- forced to submit to the

assist with interest free loans to crements. requests o f the Leopard.
high school graduate dependent Requests for applications or Retirees Facing After boarding the Ches

children who qualify upon the information about Navy Relief apeake the British, look-
basis of need and submit ap- Society no interest loans shouldbe ing for deserters, seized
plications prior to the deadline of addressed to Navy Relief Check DeductionsJax five men. Three of the five

March 15,1973.Applications. Society, Suite 1228, 801 North were Black seamen. Later
need not be Randolph Street, Arlington, -Thousands of military retirees residing in North I these Blacks proved that

Virginia 22203. Florida who are now eligible to participate in the new they were Americans and
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"Widow Equity" plan are confronted with a further I were released.But .

deduction from their retirement checks.C. American anger
@ (i} to the boiling point
rose
B. Rowe, Officer in Charge, said.Further
rJZUtInn Veterans Administration, the "Widows' Equity"plan over the Chesapeake inci-
Jacksonville, stated that some will be paid in installmentsfrom dent; however, seldom is
retirees have called announcingtheir 143.71 a month up. When it mentioned that Blacks

Home of intention to drop their the widow reaches age 65; Social were the key. in this

AMERICA'S FAVORITEBIG National Service Life Insurance Security payments based on her American-British encoun-
coverage in order to pay for the late husband's military service ter. This also demon-
new plan. will be deducted from the strates that Blacks servedin

This could be very unwise, Mr. "Widows' Equity" plan. both the British and the

Rowe warned, particularly if the This hardly leaves cash money American navy prior to
USGLI or NSLI policy happens to to pay the expenses of last illness the war of 1812.

have a "K" or "V" prefix and and burial, just debts, children's Blacks in large numbers

participates in dividends,or if the education and, in some cases, enlisted and fought in the
government insurance has been living expenses which would be Spanish American war,
converted to a permanent plan. covered by the retirees Govern- and were praised (even by
Many retirees and veterans do ment insurance, Rowe reminded. Southern White soldiers)
1
not realize that their service Further information con- for their bravery under
insurance automatically includesa cerning veterans insurance can fire.

waiver of premium clause be obtained from the U. S. There were at least 30
which means that the VA will pay Veterans Administration Office,
Black sailors on the bat
the premiums if the policyholder U. S. Post Office Building, 311 W. tleship "Maine" when it
becomes totally disabled before Monroe St.,Jacksonville,Florida
1 reaching his 65th birthday, Rowe 32201, or call 7912756.g& was blown up. Twenty-
two were killed.

One Southern White officer

went so far as to say
kW:! that Black troops saved

Teddy Roosevelt's Rough

Riders from being wipedout.

There was great
pressure to appoint more
Black officers to command
Black fighting units. Once
16" DIAMETERINTRODUCTORY oro 1 S\e( again, in the Spanish-

SPECIAL O v t1'ott\1'aot.i American War, although
you
\\L. 0 O ,\mt, ire's o s srQ Blacks were denied civil
SltfS'frVWSdVVWS.V. scstc a"1"(1\('cNt y'tlbeiy cslyirtY rights, they showed their
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1 Ave. 781-2642 D Individual air conditioning-
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Use our SERVICEMAN'S Credit Account
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 11
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Credit nion Reps I T Your Navv Exchange In October I I

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Helping MembersJax Jax Mothers while the Before too long, you'll be many of the popularly ad-
children are away at school hearing the happy and melodious vertised, brand named Christ-
during the day, why not take strains of holiday music. The mas toys for the youngsters.
Thirty Navy and Marine Corps representatives advantage of the little extra timeon Exchange's Music Shop will soon That's right--"Santa Claus"can
attended a Jax Navy Federal Credit Union kickoff your hands and turn to sewing. have on hand an assortment of really save some money this
meeting last week to take part in an orientation familiar holiday sounds as wellas year at the conveniently located
on credit union services. Enjoy the challenge of making the most popular "now" tunesof Toyland.By .
program clothes for the entire family and today.As the way, be sure to look into
The Unit Representative offer." save quite a few pennies in the we swing into the holiday the Exchange's special layaway
Program has been instituted by If you want more information process. Take a look at some of season, you'll be happy to know plan for Christmas toys which
the credit union in response to about your unit representative or the fashionable patterns that the Exchange Toyland is features a special payment
OPNAV Instruction 1740.2 about the credit union, contact available and pick up some of the featuring price reductions on schedule.
"Consumer Affairs", in which any of the representatives listed sewing accessories you'll need,
the CNO emphasized the need for below: such as needles, cutting shears n -o e>oO- o n .oeaeoeoeo.
assistance to Naval personnelwho Air Ops, NAS Jax, Chief WalterH. and thread at the Navy Ex- ,j- ? LOOK 0o
are being victimized by West; Air Ops, Cecil Field, change.; i DISCOUNT TO MILITARY a ,
merchants and Chief SERVICE PERSONNEL
unscrupulous Ellard CIVIL
Pritchard
; AIMD A soft,pretty feminine look will .......:_.
"loan sharks". Jax, Chief Cyril Burkett; AIMD predominate ladies' sleepwearthis
RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis Cecil Field o Locally Owned and Operated O
Chief Robert L.
fall.
The lengths are long Clay County's Largest Double Wide Display
COMFAIRJAX, encouraged all Qorsline; FASOTRAGRULANT e
with fabrics
of nylon tricot
,
Your most complete
commands to establish contact De Jax, YN1 Seaton A. Wilson; flannelette and brushed material. e Mobile Home Dealer ,
with the credit union and arrangefor FAW-11, Chief Warren E. Colors will run the rainbow A r- .-ptnr: o
a unit representative to act as Laverack. gamut from soft delicate pastelsto
liaison between the service FICEUR o astro homes. s
LCdr. William J. vibrant deep tones, including Inc.
personnel in the unit and the Carlson or DPl Harold Craig, black -- which is always BLANDING BLVD. 264-7900 0.-A'-' '
credit union.In MARTD Cecil Field, GSgt. dramatic.For c LOCAL BANKFINANCING 3 Mites South of 1.295 ,
a letter, RAdm. Geis said, "I Donald Eriksson; MARTD Jax, the youngsters' sleepwear, A P.O. BOX 687 ORANGE PARKTHEGREATESTSHOWGROUP ,
am convinced that a stronger Sgt. Alpheus Crooms or Sgt. watch for the layered look, smock n oeoeo .o. oso o o o o
bond between the Jax Navy Daniel Hager; MATSG, 'SSgt. tops, acrylic knits and bunny
Federal Credit Union and the Donald Angely; NAMTD Cecil sleepers, all of which create a
military activities at NAS Field, Chief Paul Auth. "fun" atmosphere.
Jacksonville and Cecil Field NARF Jax, LCdr. Patrick J. The number one accessory
would be in consonance with the Gallagher; NARU Jax, Chief item that will be in every : IT'S ME BONNIE!
spirit and intent of the Depart- Everett W. Coppins; NATTC, woman's fall wardrobe this yearis .THE
ment of Defense and Secretary of Chief Charles H. Moody or Chief belts. Jean style belts will be .. TALK OF THE TOWN.r .

Navy Instructions concerningcredit James T. Speake; NFO Jax, the most popular for your casual = COME SEE US!
unions and the Chief of Chief Wendell Phillips; Supply and sports wear in suede, smooth
Naval Personnel's Instruction on Cecil Field, AK1 Harley Privett; leather and simulated leather.
Consumer Affairs. Supply Jax, Chief Sanford G. Hunting season is in full swing
"The whole idea here is Williams; Naval Hospital, Lt. this month. The Exchange's
simply to have a contact in each Gary L. Pulsfus. Sport Shop has a wide array of
unit who can get the basic in- outdoor camping equipment, TO EVER HITTHE BOLD NEW CITY-
formation on credit union ser- VA-12, AZ2 Rudolph Sauter; including tents and cooking 1 Formerly Ronnie & The Soul Society
vices and put out the word to our VA-45, YNl Ronald F. Jensonne, utensils plus many other items
people.",RAdm. Geis concluded.The VA-66, Chief Gerald K. Williams; that will make your "trek to the LADIES Drt,> S 19 *

group was officially VA-203, Chief Ronald J. Stillwell; woodlands" a memorable one. Mon-Thur STAG GIRL DRINKS
welcomed by Mr. Rod Pinney, VP-5, Chief Orender or Lt. A really big ,treat for the FREE Friday and Saturday
the Credit Union President, who Richard A. Erhardt; VP-45 Chief youngsters this month is
LOUNGE 5916 PHILIPS
explained that the role of the unit Jack Dockery or YN2 William Halloween, October 31. A large ''fC HIGHWAY
representative was "not just Winstel; VP-49, Chief George W. selection of "trick or treat" # 733-9992
another collateral duty, but a Jacobs; VP-56, Lt (jg) Gregory favorites and costumes is now
chance to help your fellowman." 'S} uk; VW-4, William I. being featured at the Navy Ex
The indoctrination program Reynolds; WPN Cecil Field, change.Be .
consisted of a slide presentationby Chief Ronald Brodeur; WPN Jax, sure to have enough film
General Manager Don Chief George Bolocanoff; Admin, and flashbulbs on hand to record chief SOY-
Athearn. The program outlinedthe Dept. Cecil Field, Ens. Dicki L. your youngsters' activities on
structure and organization of Henson.If this fun day. Incidentally, the
the credit union and describedthe you would like a credit union Exchange also has a selection of v
various services offered to representative for your unit, photo albums in various sizes to f su Iu t
credit union members. contact Mr. Joe Thompson, 772- help preserve and protect all spy
The new unit representatives 9894. your photographs.
expressed a keen interest in the
I credit union services and asked CITY
MOBILE
I many questions of the credit "
I union supervisory personnel who MOBILE HOMES lust theTire

were present. 9920 Atlantic Blvd., Ph. 724-8188
General Manager Athearn
stated, "It is our plan to QUALITY SERVICE SELLS I w :

ultimately have a volunteer unit Fair Dealing-Fair Price for theHunter" '
representative in every major
military unit at NAS Jacksonville 3 BEDROOM, 1V4 or 2 BATHS
and NAS Cecil Field. FRONT KITCHEN WITH UTILITY ROOM LES.
LIVING & FRONT DINING ROOM MODELS $
"We feel this is the best way we < dEDROOM-MODERN, EARLY AMERICANOR
can take the credit union to the SPANISH $40 J.$4J S
people.", Athearn continued, USED & DOUBLE WIDES
Premium HighPerformance
"We also hope this will be a form imHgimmrMiFTmm
of two-way communications so MOBILE CITY SALES (1 Block East of Regency)) Tire

that the credit union will know
better what members want and
the members will know more 1100x 15
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about what 1000x15 SAW TOOTH '
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QUIET NIGHTLY '
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IDEALLY CECIL FIELD LOCATED N.A.S.FOR t' w Monday through Saturday For Pick-up Trucks

CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I and off the road ..

CHURCHES AREAS AND SPECIAL RATESFORSERVICEMEN person Vehicles 95 ; to, ...
SHOPPING 00 per 16Other '
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Take 103rd to FirestoneRd. I Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood 1t .,.....' Sizes Available
., Turn South 2 Blocks Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, OlympicS :
Past Forrest High School Swimming Pool Free Undercover Parking. a :


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t,' USO Bridging The GapJax SORRY ABOUT THE MISU/VDfl5TAND//\fG/ ? //\ ,

As USO moves into its fourth decade of operation, its traditional role LADIES. THIS NEW SIGN/ / SHOULD

I serving as a bridge into the community for America's servicemen has been reinforced EXPLAIN THINGS.Hawkeye ; .

J" to ensure that the man in uniform is more than a tolerated guest, but rather, a
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The expanded concept is USO's accomplishing this new goalof for a serviceman to take an inner-
response to the military's emphasis better integrating the militaryman city youngster for a days's fun.
on viewing the servicemanas into his off-base community, Another good example is the 'itT\
an individual,an idea integralto USO has devised imaginativenew recent arrangement by the
the coming volunteer force programming plans. temporary USO Cannes Liberty
concept.In Some of these programs are Landing facility to make it
terms of length of service more action-oriented than others, possible for sailors from carriersof
and off-duty time, the volunteer involving, as they do, getting out the Sixth Fleet in the
serviceman will have more into the community. These include Mediterraean to help build a
leisure, both on-base and off-base "Big Brother" type French orphanage during leave
in communities around the world. situations in which USDs arrange time-and many did. I po
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The first production model of the Navy's latest
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Airborne Early Warning Command and Control Air:

t 4 craft, the E.2C Hawkeye, has successfully completed its

first flight.

The carrier-based Hawkeye fleet tactical missions, thereby
w family are the only aircraft in the affording Navy ships freedom of
free world designed and built operations at sea.
specifically to provide Airborne The new Hawkeye incorporatesan
Early Warning Command and advanced, long-range radar
Control. It's maiden flight came system that was developed
one full month ahead of schedule. through a two-year flight test

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Hawkeye family incorporates an high-capacity, general
entirely new avionics system purpose programmable com-
utilizing the most current puter, which receives all
technological advances and will available target information and
provide the Navy with a acts as the interface for the other
It's where significantly expanded detectionand elements of the avionics system,
you control capability. in addition to the extensive use of
Developed under a $200 million microminiaturization, solid state
Navy contract, the E-2C evolved devices, repackaging, and
from the first member of the redundant systems, has
'I Hawkeye family,the E-2A,which quadrupled the plane's reliability
b I made its first flight in 1960. factors.
Your credit union's participation e On
g. A follow-on contract calls for Last February, the Navy ran
has helped make this advertising the production of 11 Hawkeyeswith the new Hawkeye through its first
program possible. deliveries to begin in preliminary evaluation and
February 1973. described it as a "significant
Through this program we hopeto The twin-turboprop Hawkeye improvement over comparable
extend credit union service to .' carries a crew of five, and can E-2A-B systems.
monitor large numbers of both "The. E-2C systems evaluated
more people. CREDIT UNIONBe friendly and enemy aircraft, as exhibited excellent potential for
well as direct interceptors and the carrier-based Airborne Early
watching for the major
NATIONAL TELEVISION strike planes to their assigned Warning and Tactical Control
network commercials. targets in adverse weather. mission," they said.
ADVERTISING Working in teams,the E-2C can Current Navy planning calls
encircle a task force of Naval for use of the ,E-2C, beyond 1980.
vessels with an early warning
NBC-TV screen that will provide the information
and leave time
necessary to carry out decisive Red
AFC PRO WORLD SERIES SATURDAY NIGHTFOOTBALL :

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Oct 22 Nov. 23 Oct. 14, 15 Oct. 7, 28, Nov. 4, 11, 25

I \' Dec. 9, 17 Oct 11, 18 Dec. 9, 16, 23, 30. Values! ,ClassJax

WHOLESALE
: PRICE TO EVERYONE Red Cross will

{; NtUA be holding a volunteer
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; JAX FEDERALO&e OPEN training class at the Naval

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October 10 from 6:30: to 11
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Til P MSURPLUS The class will be for

volunteer workers
ROOSEVELT MALL : who
SHOPPING CENTER NASJAX,Bldg 39 HAS CECIL FIELD,Bldg 26 wish to work either nightsor
PHONE 384.1391 Tel 387 5622 or Base Ext 2431 772.9894 or Base Ext.215 GOODS
Hours: Mon.Frl. 10AM.5:30PM: Hours:Mon.Frl.9AM:30PM: Hours: Mon.Frl 8:30AM.3:30PM'J : : days; For more information -
Sat.9AM.1PM DISCOUNT STORE call 772-2218 or
772-2219 between 8 a.m.
TO 135 Beach Blvd.in
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY : CLASSIFIED
Publisher I IJAX ADVERTISING Movie Schedule

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CALL
NAS Jacksonville : 388-2755

: i: Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than JuL

LATWINGER i Ads TueSday for publication the following Thursday. Sunday, Oct.8
Oct. 5
.arrlving too late for this Deadline will be Thursday,
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE : pubhshed the following week unless the HOSPITAL: "GEORGE" HOSPITAL: "MOGAMBO"

:: Publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or Comedy, Starring Marshall Adventure, Starring Clark Gable
money order
for the full
cost of
: received WITH the copy for the the ad.ad must be Thompson and Jack Mullaney. and Ava Gardner. "PG" (116

4747 San Juan Avenue "G" (93 min.) min.)

Jacksonville, Florida RATEI Per eharfle l J lmei) S2.00 Friday Oct.6 Monday,Oct.9
additional
line((4
words
per line) .50
HOSPITAL: "VAMPIRE HOSPITAL: "DUCK YOU

LOVERS" Horror, Starring SUCKER" Action Drama,
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4"4- -- nn 444 : .. >, Ingrid Pitt and Pippa Steele. "R" Starring Rod Steiger and James

(91 min.) Coburn. "PG" (138 min.)

'EM ; BE Conv AU.FVL to! Buckman MANDARIN Bridge 2BR DUPLEX APT. Saturday, Oct. 7 Tuesday,Oct. 10
l 3i Central Heat & Air, w.w carpet, all
TilE HOSPITAL
UNBELIEVABLE multiple entertamment HOSPITAL : : "BIG JAKE"REVENGERS"
elect., all utilities furnished except
areas In addition to elect, children accepted, no pets, on Adventure, Western, Starring John Wayne
JOBSI JOBSI JOBS handsome Living & Dining rooms, 14 acres, country views, $IS0 mo, $25 Starring William Holden and and Maureen O'llara.uPG" (110
Shorthand Secretarys, Dictaphone there Bar &Is Fireplace a large Den.Lounge with Wet dep, 725.0433, Sunday 733.1676. Ernest Borgnine. "PG" (108 min.)
opening onto an even
Typists,_ Clerks,
Operators min.)
larger enclosed, carpeted Patio with
GIVE US A
CALL FOR
Keypunches. bar, which, adjoins a paneled, carpeted .
HIGH PAY NO FEE Quick Rental of your Property
Call Norrell Temporary GarreRoom with a ping.Pong Edward 0.Lyon, Broker 389.0361
table,an i opens onto an outdoor Patio Theatre Reopening
394 5371 Mainside
& Pool. Wooded, secluded t
fenced acre
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LOCAL PART-TIME SUPERVISORS plus 3BR lot., 2B, CH&A, Modern Kitchen, 1 f MOBILE j:HOMES ii'il! ...

Needed for fast. growing California Carpeted and Draperies Master bath Jax-The Mainside Theater will reopen Tuesday,
268 5977, 7716922.HOUSEKEEPER .
corporation. has Chandelier and sunken Roman Oct. 10, with "Revenge Is My Destiny", a-drama

tub. Priced In the mid 60's JUSTISS TRAILER PARK starring Chris Robinson and Elisa Ingram.

To work In 3 separate quarters at Mary L.Wilhard, Broker 2492801WEBUY&SELLEQUITIES 1 trailers Qtr mile and No.apts.of NAS.389.3007.Clean Modern The Mainside Theater has been closed for
Cecil Field. 771-3211Ext. 8301
remodeling.
'71 AMERICAN
GENERAL OFFICE WORKER Call us for Quick service 12 x 60, 2BR, w.w carpet, completely
Adding machine experience Morrison I. Taylor, inc. furnished w A-C, $500 equity 8. take
necessary Convenient Westslde 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. over pmts. 7713690.
location. Phone 7860721. "MOM 737-3864
70 HOLLY PARK "
r i CASH 12 x 60, 2BR, Furn., AC, with :
MISCELLANEOUSBEADISC I We buy,sell and trade equities draperies, w.w carpet. Assume pmts.or WESTSIBE'VOLKSWAGEN
Louise T. Bailey rent. 771-0990. ;
Broker 7713505
1181
JOCKEY SAFARI BOLD
BETWEEN NAS&CECIL ,
Call 355-2944 for a 3 BR 12 x 65, 3BR, 2B, no down payment,
Fireplace, Swimming Pool,
771.5562.1YR. .
Recorded
message by lust refinance.
fenced, $18,000.V.nSlndt .
COLUMBIA Scott Edwards SCHOOL Realtor 387-1213 1150 LANE AVE., SO., PHONE 781-5511
OLD NEW MOON
OF BROADCASTING NORMANDY ACRES 12 x 65, CH&A, Shag carpet, LR, Den OPEN DAILY8TO8:30-SATURDAY8T05
Home School 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road 2BR, W8.D, washer, Exc. Cond,, SUNDAY 1 TO6PM
1902 Van Ness,San Francisco frontage, 1/4 to 10 acre tracts. Land Is Must sell.4 Ml. from Cecil!! Field. 781

Home Study the best Investment for the future. 1518 anytime. 71 VWSUPER BEETLE 9,000 Miles $1995

Approved Not affiliated for Veterans with CBS ft Servicemen, inc. Other tracts available over Southwest ..u.u..u.u.wu.uwu'.... .w.. ..............."..u.ijf VW SEDAN $1450
68

Local NEW offjcet RCA toi and Fla.ZENITH Natl.STEREO Bank Bldg. 389 Jacksonville..5514 Wynne Realty of Florida 389.8507 :ijf: !!'TRANSPORTATION: : : ; : : : :I!::1 1 71VWKOMBI New Paint, R&H, AC ,'-" $2995


Consoles, some with AM.FM, tape
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY 71 HONDA CB175 AC, R&H, Extra Clean70VWSEDAN.R&HATAC
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. Low mileage, like new,not a scratch. $1795
Edward 0. Lyon, Broker 389-0361 $500 771-3211. Ext 8330 _
LIVE CRABS 72 DATSUN 240 Z
Wilford's Fish Camp '65 CROSBY FISHING BOAT AT AAA-FM Stereo, 1,000 Miles
AC
2 & ,
2M9707 ST.JOHNS COUNTY 14', Trl hull with trailer, tags
26 miles from NAS, 1 acre or more on registration$225 OAC Lyle B. Sowers, 70A/GB R&H $2295
LAWN MOWING ft EDGING SR13, 1.3 miles to public boat landing, Whiteys Fish Camp. 264.7038 or 772- $1695
TWO 70 VW SEDANS R&H New Paint
,
8. 3007.
fishing
call Hart close to 6 mile creek good .
771-3211 Ext.8340 hunting, $3,500.00 & up, terms, FREE TRANSPORTATION 71 POP TOP CAMPER R&H $3495
71IIIIIIJr.ttIJIIII
Broker
Adair Realty
To drive to Indianapolis, gas 8. oil ONE-1970 KARMANN GHIA
TYLER'S AIR CONDo SERVICE paid, 771-9475.
We service Auto AC, Central Units New paint, R&H $1895
and Window Units. Reasonable. 64 FIAT 1971 VW SQUAREBACKAT
4711 Palmer Lake Shore 3885161 4 door, rebuilt engine, new trans.
mission, red leather Interior, Make R&H, factory warranty1970VWFASTBACK $2595
offer 721.2849.
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER ORANGE PARK R&H $1795

Responsible party take up pmts. of $S. 2 BR, Apts. furn. or unfurn, Dish '64 FORD 1969 VW SQUARE BACK AT, R&H $1995
washer, Drapes, Carpets,. Elizabeth
month. Call dealer. 7728936. Stationwagen, good trans., $225.,
Apts. 77M405 or 7713355. AEC. Mackle, Base Ext 3812. 1969 VW FASTBACK AC, AT, R&H $1895

HARMONY ELEC. GUITAR ONE 1970 VW BUS
W.Case & Small amp. Perfect cond., 1971 TRIUMPH
*8S. 781.2260. WILMAR APARTMENTS TR6 Maroon with overdrive. Deluxe, 7 passenger, R&H $2495
Air Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living 264.3679
WILL KEEP CHILDREN room Kitchen, Brfst. nook, parking 1969 VW SEDANS

Inmy homeMon..Frt. space for 2 cars, water, sewage, New paint, R&H $1495 to $1595
garbage, lawn service Furnished-
264 4932 $120, Unfurnished.$100. plus 4 per ON E-1968VW SEDAN R&H $1350

cent sales ta. 387-2541 weekends, 389-
$795
MODEL WINCHESTER 66 VW SEDAN R&H

Bolt action quick detachable swivels, 0744 Nice Selection of other Model VW'sWe
military sling, .270 Cal., like new, less
than 30rds fired thru barrel, w.free BEING TRANSFERRED?
box of ammo. $145. 772.1641. Let a retired YOUR Navy problems man ,who manage understands 700 % GUARANTEE!


MARRIAGES PERFORMED the rental of your house until you gave them trie VW 16 point Safety and Performance inspection.
return to Jax.Bartleson tuned tightened, and replaced everything that needed it
ANYTIME + ANY PLACE O'Nell & Payne, Inc. Then we up
100 for the or replacement of all
Call 733.8327PAINTING And guaranteed them percent repair
__ Ave.
1147 So. Edgewood maior mechanical parts.for 30 days or 1000 miles Come on in.and
989311ORTEGA LOOKINGFOR
double checkENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE.
& REPAIR
House washing, yard work, heaters HILLS *
cleaned, call 3847170. 3BR House A ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
771-1405 or 7713355FURNISHEDAPT
SINGER TOUCH 'N' SEW NEW
Cost over $400, In drawer desk. DOMESTIC SPECIALS!
Used 12 months. Sews stretch fabric, CAREER?
makes buttonholes, fancy designs, Near NAS & Cecil, 2BR Swimming ...
blind hems, monograms, overcasts- pool* $75.00 771.0348.OKOLONAMOBILE. If you qualify 1970 CHEVROLET BELAIR $1850

winds bobbin Inside machine. Bal. and are willing to work, Auto, AC,. Radio, Low Mileage
(89 Cash or J650 per mo. Public HOME PARK It is possible
Discount Center, 805 S. EdgewoodAve. NOW RENTING to earn In excess of 69 CHEVELLE STATION WAGON $1295

., 389.0494. __ Brand new park adlacent convenlenty to golf $20,000 per year AT, R&H. $l f
trees. : .
Many within 3 5 years.
OLD ENGLISH SHEEP DOG course. Field. v
Ja)( & Cecil 111
to NAS HONDA CB450
AKC, Already bred, puppies due Dec. located 1.295 Interchange. Underground program, 72 ,
1, $450 264.2393. mile from Management training Call Miles
72. 'First offer over utilities. Playground a fa starting salary 3,500

.. pool and recrea Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn, U.S. $2295
swlmmln RIVIERA
69 BUICK
In.
S..4 a nd $49 ), Sales Manager \1
building sewer planned., water and gar b agcollection. ecludlng with NavyRetired Metropolitan( Life.insurance' Air, All power, Vinyl root

[il!!! :ESTATE, ',ii! ASK ABOUT. OPPORTUNITY T0 356 Company.2621 If at interested telephone number

FREE RENT !
EARN
MIDDLE BURG AREA Call .
1 acre, Mobile Home tracts In Sun- ,04J44S04 904-264-9591
nyslde Farms. Call 264.208*.



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Navy Newsgram ;

To Assume CommandJax BecomesA


The top U.S. command in the Atlantic will change hands at Tornado Hits Great Lakes
1:30: p.m.,Oct.31 when Adm. Ralph W. Cousins relieves Adm. CharlesK. Jax-A tornado ripped through two Navy housing areas at the Great GiantJax
Duncan as Commander in Chief Atlantic and Commander in Chief Lakes Naval Base last Thursday evening i injuring 18 persons and

U.S.Atlantic Fleet in ceremonies aboard USS John F.Kennedy at Pier destroying 12 house trailers.
The storm damaged an additional trailers,blew the roofs off three
12 on the Norfolk Naval Station. The NAS Jacksonville
houses, and tore down trees and power lines, before moving up the -
Adm. Cousins will also relieve Adm. Duncan as Supreme Allied Lake Michigan shoreline.The Navy Exchange Main Retail
Commander Atlantic. Store will become the largest of
areas hit were the Forrestal and Nimitz Housing Villages.The
treated at the its kind on the East Coast
injured, two Navymen and 16 dependents were
When Adm. Cousins takes over the Atlantic Command, he will be Three required Tuesday, October 10 at 9 a.m.
directly responsible to the Joint Chiefs of Staff for all U.S. military Great Lakes Naval Hospital. dependents At that time the Navy Ex-
operations in the Atlantic Ocean area. hospitalization. will
Main Retail Store
change
Hundreds of Navy families in the Great Lakes area volunteered to
take the tornado victims into their homes, and two local motels open its newly expanded area
In this capacity, he will command all the Army, Navy, Air Force free of with a ribbon cutting ceremonythat
and Marine Corps forces in the Atlantic areas as assigned by the Joint provided rooms charge. will be officiated by Capt.
Forrestal Back In Fleet
Chiefs of Staff.
William G. Sizemore NAS CO.
All out efforts by the Norfolk Naval Shipyard have returned USS ,
The new expansion will add
Forrestal (CVA-59)) to the fleet four weeks ahead of schedule.She .
His duties as Commander in Chief U.S. Atlantic Fleet will en- feet to the sales
15,000
compass the combat readiness, training and logistic support of 320 left Norfolk Friday to join the Sixth Fleet for her tenth floor area square and will bring the total

ships, 1,900 aircraft, and 180,000 officers and men including the Fleet deployment in the Mediterranean. sales area to approximately
Marine Force. Forrestal's gallery deck sustained heavy fire, smoke and water feet.
damage July 10 from a blaze which started in the flag living spaces. 43,000 square
The expansion which will
Adm. Cousins previous assignment was as Vice Chief of Naval Specialists from other shipyards and from NAVSHIPSYSCOM and ,
enable the enlargement of all
, t. a; ;><- Operations in Washington, D.C. NAVMAT in Washington,D.C.joined Norfolk workers in a full-time 24-
will necessitate
departments
hour daily effort to restore Forrestal to a 100-percent operationalstatus. ,
Adm. Duncan will retire from more than 39 years of naval service extensive rearrangement of the

after he is relieved of the duties he assumed on Sept.30, 1970. For its responsiveness to the needs of the fleet, the Norfolk Shipyard balance of the store and require

has received congratulatory and commendatory messages from .patience on the part of Exchange
patrons over the next two weeks.
SECNAV. CNO. and CINCLANTFLT.F14 .
The funds for the expansionwere
Squadrons to be CommissionedThe provided by an interest free
TIIE 6 first two squadrons to fly the Navy's new supersonic carrier- loan from the Navy Resales

based fighter, the swing-winged F-14 Tomcat, will be commissionedOct. System Office in Brooklyn, N.Y.
14 at NAS Miramar, California. and will be financed by non-
IKOWSIISWItCOMIO GIFTS Among the dignitaries scheduled to be present is Secretary of the appropriated Exchange funds

Navy John: W. Warner. (Navy Exchange profits).
Nautical Charts Outriggers Nautical Wear __ Fighter Squadron 1 will be commanded by Cdr. Rene W. Leeds of

>.Hardware Paints .Fish Boxes *.Burgee Table' Wear Jackets IVINIUDI rW5fetis North Kansas City, Mo. Cdr. Richard L. Martin of Lima, Ohio has i .

*Repair Materials >Accessories *Other GoodiesWET been named skipper of VF2. IJC

STORAGE'MARINE HOISTS-HULL SERVICE-YACHT BROKER Both squadrons will have a complement of 33 officers and 250
EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTBOARD. STERN DRIVE. INBOARDSEE enlisted men.
THE NEWEST BOATS. MOTORS CANOES and TRAILERS Later this year, flight crews will start training under Fighter + :

SEGRAVES jJel'11 MARINAROOSEVELT Squadron 124 at Miramar, recently tasked to prepare people for duty -
with F.14 squadrons on both coasts.
BLVD it ORTEGA RIVER .,_ The F-14 is a twin-engine supersonic fighter which will provide the JU: .
EuINIWAIGMI fleet with increase in aircraft and systems
significant
JactsomllleJIorida a weapon .
"FOR ilEA VEN'S sake, Quigley
Per 66 Franchised Mann. Phone M7 4M OPEN SUNDAY capability against all threats.
will stop saying 'We've
BOATS MOTORS CANOES: The new F-14 squadrons are being named for two units which you
n.und. rbird. Star craft.Mfg -Troan| Grumman Craft been in tighter spots than
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PREPARING TO LEAVE for the 35th annual convention of the
Navy Wives Clubs of America are delegates (Front) Mrs. Thomas J.
Bennett, Mrs. Kenneth Black, and (Back) Mrs. Richard Balling and
$10,000 CEREMONY-AW2 Mark A. Laszlo takes the oath at VP-56 National Secretary Mrs. B. J. Howard,all members of NWCA Jax 86.
from Cdr. H. P. Fillingane,squadron CO,and gets ready to take home The convention, hosted by Thames 130, will be held in Groton, Conn.
a $10,000 bonus. Oct. 815.GOODf1EAR.

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ACTION : .I THRU SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS WITH YOUR -

Cites HOBBY SHOPS AT CECIL FIELD AND JAX NAS JI


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EmployeesA BIAS BELTED r- M' ., -


nationwide awards pro- .

gram to recognize Federal employees SOFT RIDE TIRES
who serve as community ,.\!:'.. ,, f fI Whitewalls;I
THE DURA BELT: IIU"II'I .uul I;\1111..1.. .. .
volunteers has been inauguratedby 'I 1'\\III'I..M| iif Hu'kl.r i uril wUli l 1\\11 I"'Hi mult f HitIrrail In r +him I
ACTION the citizens service hlllllrm.| .(.,Mill irt-Hil; tvisu i\H-I| l.nn\I THESE POPULAR SIZES


corps.Fulltime Federal employees [ 4 FOR
who serve as non-paid community
volunteers are eligible for
consideration for the 1973 .

award, provided the nomineewas } i
Whitewall Tubeless plus
active as a volunteer at $ 100 II.IS to J12 each Fed. Ex.
tajst half of 1972. Nomination I Tn (depending on site)
and old tires
forms: are available from Personnel

Offices of Federal agen- 7.00.18 78-14 F78.14 G78.14 F78.15
nes and departments.
the G73-15 H78.14 H78.15 J78-15
Announcement of recog-
nition program was made by '"'- A great combination, of quality and value
Two piles of polyester cord with two belts under the
ACTION Director Joseph H. tread to restrict squirm Good tread wear expectancy!
Blatchford. The program will be
administered by Assistant Director Rain Check If we sell out of your size well issue you a ram check,
insuring future delivery at the advertised price! ,
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Gloria E. A. Toote, who f r
heads the agency's Office of Voluntary
3 WAYS TO CHARGEOur
Action Liaison.Mr. .
Own Customer Credit Plan Matter Charge ankAmerlcard4.PLY
Blatchford said the
awards program was created to -

"give special recognition to +rr NYLON CORD
Federal ,employees who freely r1 !- T

and unselfishly contributed their ', .k "' "ALL-WEATHER moo BLACKWALL. Citwt i.otwiil d.t time and energy off the job to i 1\ { on shoulder .Tropl..I.mper.d"ylon cord contituction
community' voluntary activity. -1 t J1
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Cited as examples of voluntary $ ONE LOW PRICE ,
activity' were services to 7.7S0\S,.7Sol.l ,I J5*14,USdS
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the handicapped tutoring,working *
cultural in sports programs.and recreation and $1195 ,I845plul

12 to S2 M red t x.fax,
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BLACKWALL TUBELESS

HONDAMOTORS

Go to your Auto Hobby Shop for details of this program
& CYCLES CO.
4949 BLANDING BLVD. JAX NAS, BLDG 897-898 CECIL FIELD, BLDG 4 MAYPORT NS, BLDG 414 ,

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r.1' *'., ManueleJax -Wins Tournament I

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. I I The Navy Aviation that made the tournament the and Pat Grosskopf ((5th); 2nd
Museum Golf Tournament was success that it was. The successof Flight T. T. Coleman ((1st),
I NAVY DAY REGATTA Mike Manuele last week Falcone ((2nd) A. Hauge
t Breakfast, lunch and refresh won by the tournament can be attestedto Philip ,
I The Navy Jacksonville Sail ments will be available at the.. when he carded a net score of 66 by the approximately $2,000 ((3rd), R. Wayne ((4th) and
Club will host its seventh annual marina. and the Navy-Navy League donation going to the U.S. Naval George Bains ((5th); 3rd Flight.
Navy Day Regatta, Sunday, Scoring will be based on a highpoint I Tournament played Aviation Museum at Pensacolaas F.Byers ((1st), A. L. Swain ((2nd),
i October 15. Jack Beechley, the system and in addition t to I simultaneously, was won by the a result of the tournament. Ed Thornburg ((3rd), M Gaskins
r regatta chairman expects over 70 the regular awards, a military, Navy with overall points of 4640. Other winners in the tour- ((4th) and Carl Wilhelm ((5th); 4th
..1 boats from all over Florida to trophy will be awarded to the Manuele received a $200 entry nament according to flights Flight (Callaway System) H.
,( enter. All classboats and active duty class boat skipperwho fee to the Pro-Am Tournamentthat were: 1st Flight S. D. Wright Fischer ((1st), J. Brandt ((2nd),
(,'. cruisers are invited and trophies amasses the highest points. will be held at Pensacola on ((1st), Jim Fulton ((2nd), M. O'Laughlin ((3rd) and Krochalis
will be awarded
to each class
\ Get your crew together and November 27 and $100 for expenses Maham ((3rd), Mike George ((4th) ((4th).
with three or more boats. Boats reserve a special services boat lie shot a 35 and 35 for a
: unable to form a class of their now for this event. gross score of 70.
own will race in a handicappedopen The Navy Day Regatta is The tournament started with Lc7' -
class so no one will be left sanctioned by the Florida Sailing shotgun starts at 8:30: a.m. with !
out. Association and will be run in 23 fourseomes and at 1:15: p.m.
Among the classses expectedare accordance with the North with 27 foursomes. Each four- '
Cruisers, Snipes, Thistles, American Yacht Racing Union as some was assigned a tee before ;
Day Sailers, Hobie 14, and Hobie modified by the race committeeand the start of the tournament andas
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first two back to back and the than 18 foursomes beginning' .1

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JUST CALL.. Golf Tournament and in the top picture Mr. John Fulton of the Navy
League (L) and Capt. William G. Sizemore (center), NAS CO, present
Capt. Dave Moore of Public Works with the trophy that the Navy won
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second week in a row. This time M. Halderson L
HM2 Lannus
A. AMERICAN\ ATLANTIC LEAGUE
the premiere predictor was AK3 Rausch,Jr.,Barb Fisher LATE CHARGERS 29 11
,Walter
Edward M. Chrispen of VA-15. B. Stovall, HM1 Alejandro MARTD \V L W L SAWBONES :1 13
Last weeks ballot was Evangelista E. 3 0 DRAGONS No.1 36 12 BEES 23 17
Jr., YNl J. C. VP-45
2 1 REBELS 31 9 FUBARS 23 17
evidently much to easy for all the Summers, Walter
W. WEAPONS
Fenley, 2 1 RADAR 29 11 ADCOP
17 22 18
as Chrispen won only AOCS
experts J. D. Vickers, AMS2 Ken HOSPITAL
1 1 BUSCH BUDS 24 16 BOOZERS 22 18
tie-breaker beat
after his out no Watson, B. W. Castelli APL
BTCS 1 1 CHIEFS 23 25 HACKERS 18 18
other balloters
who
less than 17 Homer L.
Jones C. AIMD
L.
Mangus, 1 2
GUTTER DUSTERS 18 211 AIMD 11 29
missed only one The
game. game AA Mark D. Keck VP.5
Luella
1 2 TARS 1844 21 h TOP FIVE 9 23
to be the thorn in
that proved Crawford, YN3 Glenn VW-4 3
S. Abbott 0
VP-45No.2 17 39 DRAGONS No.3 8 24
of the balloter's sides
most was and W. J. Attwood.
NATIONAL LEAGUE CAG.20 14 26
Auburn's big upset of Tennessee.
\V L BUSCH LEAGUERS 14 26
who is
Chrispen, presently FICEUR 0 Intramural Tennis
attached to AWT Supply at Cecil, 3 PACIFIC LEAGUE
wasted no time in winning as he MATSG 2 0
D NATTC 2 1 W L W L
has been at Cecil for only three
15
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GOOD AND BAD 12
NARJAX 1 1 24 VP-5. 2 0
Meyers, Fla. and was just NDRC 1 2 SPECIALS 23 17 VP-45 .' 2. 0
transferred here from SUPPLY 0 3 VP-45 No.1 23 17 FWF 2 0
Charleston.The NFO 0 3 AFEES 22 18 FAW.11 1 1
other experts. who found FWF 21 19 1 VW-4 1 1
Navy-Marine SPARKS 19 17 MATSG 1 1
DRAGONS No.2 17 23 VP.56 l' 1
UPICEMBALLOT Bowling HUNTERS 13 19 NDRC 0 2
NUBS 5 31 NARJAX 0 2
FINAL STANDINGS NATTC 0 2
CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
W L FICEUR. 0 2
MAGNIFICENT-7 57 15 W L
THE DRUNKS 55 17 PATHFINDERS 40th 11th
KINGSLEY MOTORS 43 29
NAME IT'S ON ORDER 34 38 HAWKS CHIEFS 32 1620 Intramural 1 Football

SLEEPERS 33 39 HURRICANES 30 22
RANK OR TITLE AGE_ PHONE
SEMPER PHI 33 39
ADPERS .241,2 191,2 AMERICAN LEAGUE
BOWLING TEAM 31th 401i VP-62 23 25 LMURRAY'S
DUTY STATION SERVICE NUMBER, W
LUNCH 29 43
COMFAIRJAX 23 29 MARINE BARRACKS 7 0
(This week's games) GREEN MACHINE 26 46 MARINE BKS 21 23 VP-45 5 1
AE leB" 181i 531i DRAGONS No.4 19 25 VW-4 4 2

STANFORD SOUTHERN CAL HOSPITAL 171,2 301i AIR OPS 4 3
Intramural Golf FUMBLERS TOO 15 37 FICEUR 3 3
ALABAMA GEORGIA FUMBLERS 11 33 COMMUNICATIONS 1 5
AMERICAN LEAGUE
VP.5 1 6
MICHIGAN STATE NOTRE DAME NDRC 3 L 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE VP-56 0 5

PRINCETONFLORIDA ..COLUMBIA.FLORIDA 679th 3 0
W L NATIONAL LEAGUE
MATSG 1
STATE NARJAX No.1 2 1 J '1 FLAP JAX 24 12 7V L
GEMS 23 17 PUBLIC WORKS 1
AIR OPS 1
OREGON WASHINGTON ADMIN 1 2 FICEUR5 22 14 MATSG 6 2
1 NATTC 22 18 NARJAX 5 1
AIMD 2
AUBURN.MISSISSIPPI... 1 CHASERS 201,2 121,2 NDRC 4 3
COMFAIRJAX 2
0 WOMEN'SLIB 20 16 FAW.111 4
ARIZONA STATE OREGON STATE_ VW-4 FAW.11 0 3 1 LEPRECHAUNS 18 18 WEAPONS 3 5

STIFFS 161h 191,2 HOSPITAL 2.4
BUFFALO NEW ENGLAND- NATIONAL LEAGUE NAMTD 13 23 MARTD 1 4

MIAMI __NEW YORK JETS VP_-5 3\V O QUACKS 9:1 FATSOG 0 8

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VP-56 *2 1
TIE-BREAKER:predict final score on the game between VP-45 2 1
Florida State and Florida. Indicate winners in other games by a NARJAX No.2 2 1

check mark. HOSPITAL 1 1
The ballot box for NAS is located at the Navy Exchange near MARTD 1 2
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Fr. score when he picked off a VA-45 Medical and the Marines 2000-13 October 1972
: aerial and returned it 20 yards to breathing down their necks. High Attire: i
r;.. ; pay dirt. series were rolled by A. David Active CPO's Tropical White
((572; 214-180-178)); Dave Silver Long w-Ribbons
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; Retired CPO's Same as above or
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scant 3 yards into VA-12
Gillmore rolled a 200. Standings: 2200
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VA-12 hit the winning trail once VA-45 GolfThe VSOLDj
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/ Marine Barracks Wins Seventh Straight 1


JAX SPORT BRIEFS \ \ ';' Jax -- The Marine Barracks Moulhourtis picked up Com- Nettles scored for NDRC.

': ... Intramural football team chalkedup munications only score in this MATSG stayed close behind
f' ,
( j its seventh straight win game. Public Works with a 32-0 win over
without a loss last week when VW-4 replaced Air Ops in third MARTD. Hunt scored two touchdowns
INTRAMURAL they made victims of VP-56 by a place in the American League and a point after attemptto
VOLLEYBALLJax
score of 36.8.In last week when they came up lead MATSG's efforts. lie was
An Organizational Meeting for Intramural rolling to their win over VP- with a 24-6 victory over Air Ops. supported by Payne with a TD
Volleyball was held yesterday. Any unit 56, six Marines crossed the goal Heath scored two touchdowns and a two pointer, Greer with a
or command line
who did not have a representative for points with Allston while Swink and Price added the TD and Burnham with a two
at the
meeting and leading the parade wth two
other
two. Fireson picked up Air pointer
still wishes to compete should contact the athletic officeat touchdowns. Adding to Allston's Ops only score of the game. In the only other game playedin
Ext. 3239 as soon as possible. 12 points were Daniels'with eight, Action in the National League the National League last week
Auston and Tullous with six each last week saw Public Works stayon Weapons tightened things up in
GOLF COURSE and Stoner and Bryant with two top with a 20-6 win over NDRC. the middle of the division with a
CLOSEDJax
apiece. Angell picked up VP-56's Stone, Collins and Fruge each 64 win over FAW-11. Dodd
The NAS Jax Golf Course will be closed to all lone touchdown and Wyatt added took turns scoring six pointers provided the only touchdown of

players except those involved in the NAS Invitational the two extra points.Communications. _onH__I-arc/in_u _nrMivl__ _-a turn..,- rviintor_.........._ tho_._ ou tfamo_.
and VP-5
Tournament from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. October 6-8. After 2 who were both winless going Into,

p.m. on these days the course will be open for regular last weeks action, clashed last

play. Friday and the result was a 14-6.
win for Communications. F9ii

GATOR BOWL TICKETSJax Whorton was the whole show for
Communications as he scored all
Tickets for the December'30 Gator Bowl game 14 of their points. Anderson -_

will go on sale at the Special Services Ticket Office, picked up VP-5's only six points.It .2J

Bldg. 704, on October 10 at 10 a.m. No reservations can was a busy week for Com-
munications and VP-5 as they
be made for the$9.50 tickets which will be limited to six both had games earlier in the f

per person. Tickets will be on sale to all active and week before they met each other.

retired military' personnel on a first come first served Technically, VP-5 wasn't winless
basis. when they went Into their game
with Communications because
they.had a game scheduled with
'; ,
> PLAQUE AWARDED VP-4S's Commanding Officer Cdr. Paul E.
TEAMS NEEDED FOR VP-56 earlier In the week and VP-
56 couldn't field a team. The Herring received a plaque and a photograph of the VP-4S sponsored
.NAVY-MARINE BOWLING LEAGUEJax result was that VP-5 got their baseball team. The plaque was presented by Herschel S. Haker,
first game recorded in the win president of Dixie Youth Baseball Inc. The award was presented to
VP-4S in appreciation for their services to the community by
sponsoring
column.
The They weren't so for-
Navy-Marine Bowling League still needs a the Bel-Med Dixie Youth Team.
of teams for it's tunate with VP-45, however, as
couple new season. League play will be VP-45 downed them 34-8. Smith
on Tuesday at 5:30: p.m. If you are interested in having a and Bell picked up two touch- $50.000LIFE

team in the league contact Ron Mackie at Ext. 3812. downs apiece, Jenkins had one
TD and Bolton and Parmley INSURANCEUNDER

scored point after attempts for ;{:;.;:......:....;* the winners. VP-5's points cameon
LADIES GOLF TOURNAMENT RESULTSJax a touchdown by 'O'Connell anda $9 monthMILITARY f
safety credited to Marquess. a

v Lucille Ray won the Silver Cup in last weeks T Communications also suffereda : ;:': : :
and F Golf Tournament sponsored by the NAS Jax loss earlier in the week when BENEFIT ASSOCIATIONUNDERWRITTEN

Ladies Golf Association while individual winners and FICEUR beat them 24-6. lien- BY
derson, Tucker and Lips omb
runner-ups in each flight were: 1st Flight Lanie Davis each scored six pointers, Teller M0NYThe

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Ann Wright; 3rd Flight Pat Oglesby and Vi Pavlick. attempts and Knowles was MARV BLACKMORE NICK, NICHOLS
358.1843 or 771 3007 1843 264 2454
Putt winners were Edna Kinder and Julie Uitti in the credited with a safety. 358 or

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when he rolled games of 181-216-223 for a 620. West of the '

ComFairJax team missed by five pins when he rolled .

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