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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: July 24, 1971
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
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NEWS-AIRWINGER _
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for auto tag renewal "


Ja-The Clay County Auto Tag Agency in Orange ,...'f. :.::1., .,'"'1.
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Park reminds all residents who have registered their '
automobiles in Florida that the renewal deadline date is .

August 20. -.1
Many people have already received renewal notices 34r

from Tallahassee, the Agency says, but many others 1
will not receive a notice due to fallacies in the com- .

puterized system. .I
However, whether a notice has been received or not,
new Florida auto registration stickers must be in placeon ti 1
license plates'by the deadline date.

The Clay County Auto Tag"Agency lists the following
basic rates for tag renewal: "D" Tags $14.00;"Plain
Tags, $21.50; "W" Tags 29.00;, and!. "WW."'-Tags: -
$36.50.
Truck rates were not readily available' but they are
established strictly by weight and the Orange Park
Agency advises it can answer questions concerningthese
rates by either a telephone call, 264-3319, or by a
visit to the office located in the Triple C General Store on
Highway 21, two blocks south of the Bank on the right
side of the highway, just before crossing the Doctors

Lake bridge END OF THE PURSUIT-Fridolln F.Mailer,.caring his hard-earned graduation mortar board,
Auto tag renewals may also be made at the Clay displays his Bachelor of Arts certificate from the University of North Florida his supervisor,
County Court House in Green Cove Springs. The Orange Warren W. Easterling, Chief Investigator for NAS Jacksonville.

Park office is open from 9:15: a.m. to 4:15: p.m., Monday
through Friday. The Green Cove Springs office is open off for
Perseverance
from 8:30: a.m. to 4:30 p.m. pays
Revalidation stickers for Duval County Jacksonville

residents are available 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through
". Saturday, at the following locations. determined detectiveJaxIt

.McDuff Appliances, 2998 Edison Avenue, 8853 Lem
Turner Road, and 609 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach.

Winn-Dixie stores at 6014 Merrill Road and at M2 took 40 years of diploma in his pocket, Almost concurrent with

Sherwood Square on Soutel Dr. burning the midnight oil, Mueller enrolled in the his achievement, Mueller
At K-Mart, 5751 Beach Blvd.; Kozy Corner, 1833 N. going to night school and night school program at sufferred a massive heart
Myrtle Ave.; Basford & Connor Income Tax Service, weekend studying, but, to the University of North attack and missed three

1566 Blanding Blvd.; Standard, Feed Company, 1282 Fridolin F. Mueller, it was Florida and .on March 21, 'months, : workrecuperating. .
Kings Road,at Myrtle; City"Hall, Baldwin;, Roosevelt _worth the effort. 1975', he was awarded his t :, "
Mall; Phillips Highway Mall; and at the Paxon Shop- t

ping Center.An Mueller, a detective in BA.According to Mueller's He's now back on the

additional 50c fee is required at all these Duval the NAS Jax InvestigationOffice supervisor, Warren W. job, though, working as a
County auto tag renewal agencies. has at last reacheda Easterling, Chief In- detective conducting
Tags revalidation stickers and titles for motor personal educationalgoal '
; vestigator at NAS, this complete 'criminal in-
vehicles and boats are also available at the following tax one he's been seeking shows what a man can do vestigations and handlingtort

collector branch offices.ArlingtonRegency since graduation from with his life and his personal claims for the U.S.
127 Monument Road; Southside- high school in June 1935. education, if he puts Government and the Jax

Englewood-Lakewood-San Jose, 3760 University Blvd.; Mr. Mueller has his mind to the task. Navy Complex.
3996 Confederate Point Road, opposite the Cedar Hills received his Bachelor of
Shopping Center at 916 Dunn Ave. 1481 Mayport Road
; ; ; in
Arts degree Sociologyfrom
5410 Norwood Avenue in The Gateway Shopping Center; ,,>4the University of Exchange hours changed I
525 Atlantic Blvd.-Atlantic Beach; and at 8019 Ramona North Florida.
Blvd. at the intersection of Cahoon Road and 1-10. .
At press time, no arrangements had been made by Numerous interruptions, Jax--New hours of new hours beginning on
any agency or office at NAS Jacksonville to provide auto often those which might operation have been in- July 11.The .

tag renewal services on base. have deterred a man with stituted at several outletsof Short Store, in
Stop
.. less will power and a the Navy Exchangehere.
Bldg. 1884 is now open
desire to succeed, causedthe .
from 10 I a.m. to 2 p.m.,
prolonging of the at-
i Effective last Friday
Monday through
tainment of his goal. Monday
July 21, the Main Retail and the Deli, in the same

JAX AIR NEWS 'Forty years ago, shortly Store and Budget Store, building, stays open from
after completion of high Bldgs. 26 and 3, began 10:30: a.m. to 6 p.m.,
school, Mueller enlisted in opening at 10 a.m. and Monday through Saturdayand
Enterprise distributed the U.S. Navy. Although he closing at 5 p.m., Monday from noon until 6 p.m.
NEWS Is Civilian Newspaper
The JAX AIR a
each Thursday at the U.S.Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, ,Iorjd.,- began his higher education through Friday, except on on Sunday.
by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm All Copy submitted during his military ser- Thursdays when they
for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public The Cafeteria in Bldg. 3
Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday' vice,he hadn't been able to remain open until 8 p.m. and
before publication.. News Items are welcomed from all.sources.Telephone progress too far by the Both stores open at 9 a.m. opens at 7 a.m. now
772.2413."Everything advertised In this publication must be made time he retired as a Chief on Saturday and close at 4 stays open until 4 p.m.,
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race,. Petty Officer in 1958. p.m. and both are closedon Monday through Friday,
creed,color,national origin or sex of the purchaser,user,or patron.A except'on Thursday whenit
confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal opportunities He became Sundays and holidays.
by an advertiser will result In the refusal.to print advertising employed as closes at 5 p.m. It's open
from that source." a Civil Service police of- Three other facilities of from 8:30: a.m. until 3 p.m.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries concerning -
ficer in and
1959
eleven
such should be directed to: the Exchange announced Saturday.
years later, decided to I --,
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY continue his pursuit of a
e 4565 Shirley Ave.,Jacksonville, Fla.32210 college degree at Florida
Telephone 387.3566 Junior College, from
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Affiliate Member 'which he graduated withan PHOTO

f VOL. 33 NO._ 19 JULY 24,_ 1975 I- police Associate science Degree and ad-in PH2 JIMMY PILBEAM

ministration in 1972.
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I .- Fries relieve Aut atHS-l 1


Jax--Cdr.., Charles L. He hails from Phoenix, Aut earned his Masters ..(I
Fries will relieve' Cdr 1 Ariz. and is married to the Degree in Financial
Warren E. Aut as, Com- r" former Kathryn E. Starkof t".Ii Management and then

manding Officer of Alexandria, Va. accepted a position as
Helicopter Antisubmarine Cdr. Aut has been Deputy Director of the
,Squadron One at'a change- t skipper of HS-1 since July U.S. Navy Test Pilot

of-command ceremony to 1 r 1974. A Naval aviator since v School, the post he held
be held aboard NAS 1954, he has accumulatedover until assuming commandof
Jacksonville at 11 a.m., 5,000 hours of pilot HS-1. <
next Wednesday, July 30. time in more than 30 Cdr. Aut is a native of St. ',.
Cdr. Fries reports to HS1 different types of aircraft. Louis, Mo. and is married !
following duty as a Cdr Aut began his to the former Jo-Ann t '
student at the Industrial career as a NAVCAD at Barnwell of that city. Two f "

College of the Armed Pensacola, Fla., ,receivedhis rf their three children,
Forces Washington, initial aviator trainingat Brian and David, are in l

D.C. NAS Hutchenson, .heir Plebe Summer at the '
Cdr. Aut will become Cdr. Charles L. Fries Kans., and reported to his Cdr. Warren E.,Aut U.S.Naval, Academy. .:-

Commander'of Helicopter School.He first fleet assignment with handling officer and' Carolyn is still at home. 1 I .

Antisubmarine. Wing. One subsequently was Patrol Squadron Twentytwo subsequent attendance at .
next month. assigned to the, staff of, then at, Corpus the Command and Staff
No newcomer' ,to), the Commander Amphibious' Christi,; Tex., as an all- School at Quantico, Va. Rpadtoriches. ..

helicopter' community Squadron Eight, 'serVed onboard weather flight instructor. Cdr. Aut's next. orders .,
Cdr. Fries 'was' com USS Guam and USS After earning his baccalaureate took him to the U.S. Navy
missioned an Ensign in Guadalcanal, and then' degree at Test Pilot School at .
'1956 after graduating from ,was transferred 'to Monterey, Calif in 1959, Patuxent River, Md. for
the University J of Helicopter:Antisubmarine Cdr. Aut went to NAAF duty first t as. a test pilot /
California at Los Angelesas ,Squadrons Nine, and:Five, Ellyson, Fla. and, after and then as an instructoron
an. NROTC: Mid- in that order.In undergoing training there, the school staff.

shipman.He July 1972, Cdr. Fries was designated ahelicopter He became Executive "
completed ,flight reported as Executive pilot, in 1961. Officer of HS-4 in
training at Pensacola the Officer ,Helicopter His first tours as a 1969 and, a year later,
following year, ,and was Antisubmarine Squadron helicopter pilot were at assumed command of the ::j
assigned to Helicopter Eleven .and assumed HS-2 and HS-8, followed bya squadron.
Utility Squadron One. command of the unit inMay transfer to USS Valley Returning to, Monterey Tike stodc in America. r"r
He served as Officer-in- 1973. He was at the Forge as an aircraft in November 1971, Cdr. Buy US.Savings Bonds. ;
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Charge of the helicopter helm of HS-11 'when it ..
detachment aboard USS moved from Quonset Pointto I.
Columbus and'then, from Jacksonville October'

'1959 to 1962, served aboard ,1973. I

USS Bennington' in VS-38.. Cdr. Fries holds ,a .. ''' It'f>>
VS-33 and VS42.Returning baccalaureate degree from FASKING'S.

to Pensacola, the University of ANNOUNCES IT'S FANTASTIC... t
Cdr. Fries became a flight California and a Master of
and navigation instructorat Science degree in In-
the 'newly- dustrial Personnel rni IINII1V/IEHP'IEIaII.' ;
commissioned Basic Management from George ..
Naval Aviation Officers Washington University.



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,NARF coordinator retires


Jax-Nicholas V.
Pulignano, head of the
Naval Air Rework

Facility's engineering
coordination office, has
retired after,more than 33 r

years federal service.A .

native of Long Branch, r

N.J., Pulignano receivedhis
aeronautical

engineering degree from k
Georgia School of
Technology and was
employed by National l
Airlines and the Glenn
Martin Corp. prior to his Nichols V. Pulignano
to NAS
appointment
Mr. Pulignano was of-
Jacksonville in October
ficially commended for

1941.He outstanding participationin
served as a naval the inter-service
officer on the staff of the seminar at PennsylvaniaState
SHAMROCKS IN THE NEWS-Nint enlisted members of HS-7, recently congratulated by their Commander Fleet Air
skipper,Cdr. R.H.Jesberg,and promoted to their next rank,were standing, l-r) MS2 Rodolfo Bach University and
AE2 Charles Wood,A03 Tomothy Monahan,ADJ3 Joe Hannah,and AW3 Steven Brack; (kneeling Pacific during World WarII subsequently was
r)A02 John Connelly,AW2 Bill Hiller,AMS2 Robert Horst and AMS2 Frank Zerbe. and returned to the O&R promoted to the super
Dept. here in 1946. visory aerospace

Mr. Pulignano was engineer's position in
I Refugee sponsors still neededWashington promoted to senior civilian August 1961. He held that

engineer and then to position until retiring on

The Navy ,In- shelter until they: become self- refugees eligible to receive supervisory aerospace July 3.
dochina Clearing Office (NICO) sufficient. Medicaid from local and state engineer in 1956 and took
has has announced that the need NICO officials emphasize that governments. charge of the design and During his tenure at
for sponsors for Vietnamese and sponsorship need not, be an In- Presently,expenses involved in functions of NARF, Mr. Pulignano
Cambodian refugees continues. dividual effort. Navy units and sponsorship are not tax deduc- development served as a cost reduction
Sponsorship involves assistingthe commands, church and community tible, but this ruling is under the Weapons Engineering and value analysis
refugees in finding a job, a groups, or groups of individuals review. Division.He coordinator and he
place to stay, schools for the may arrange to sponsor Personnel interested in
children, and making sure the refugees.A sponsoring refugees or in ob- received a citation supervised the con
refugees have food, clothing, and recent decision makes taining further information about from the Navy in 1957 for struction of NARF industrial
the project should contact NICO, exhibits for the
OP-617C, Room 2D341, The "welding together a teamof Greater Jacksonville Fair.
Pentagon, Washington, D.C. journeymen mechanics,
QO3Co' I p,'"' ec.8 20350. draftsmen and specialistsin He was also 'vice

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I VP-30 wins Bronze HammerJaxCdr. : MMmlM... i M # Miiii!: : :iii:: #? :M@ :Mj I
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Dan J. ei SAFETY TIPSCool 11

Wolkensdorfer, skipper of ;

VP-30, accepted the Chiefof
Naval Operations'Bronze it,but cool it safely In almost all of the tabletop fan a,*i
Hammer! special (Extracted from the July- accidents, blades were not ''
August issue of LIFELINE) adequately shlelded-the wire i
award last week behalfof
on "Watch those,fans." guards were too wedely spaced.
all the personnel of the Fingers and fans don't get Many times the victim was [J'.,
'"Pro's Nest." along. reaching for the fan or carrying it y
Rear Admiral Roy D. You wouldn't think fans and 'while it was still running. \
fingers! would be much of a Never move a fan without &
Snyder, Jr., Commander problem. You'd be surprised at disconnecting it. Never pick up a .1
Patrol Wings, U.S. how many fan injuries there are fan by the guard-move it by the :> '
Atlantic Fleet, made the every'summer.People stand. .i
presentation on Wed-, move fans without Each ventilating fan, within \
cutting off the electricity. Often seven feet of the floor or on r.
nesday July 16
during a' safety guards are too widely working platforms, which is
joint assembly of the of- J 'spaced or missing altogether and exposed to contact, should be t'l
ficers and men of VP-30, people often wall?-,|nto the fan completely covered with wire \
VP-5, BP-24, VP-45, VP-56 blades or put their hands into mesh with openings which will !,
and Patrol Wing Eleven. ..-:. them with very painful results. reject a ball 9-16. inch in -I
'. According to the Consumer diameter. I
The' Navy self-help .lJ._, "" ( 't Product Safety Commission, an Fans should be checked ..
Bronze Hammer Awards estimated 13,000 people were regularly to be sure there are no I
BRONZE HAMMER PRESENTATION Cdr. D.J. Wolkensdorfcr, loose blades defective !
treated in
one year in hospital or guards.
program recognizes those Commanding Officer of VP-30, receives the Bronze Hammer award emergency rooms for injuries Small electric fans should not j
Naval activities which from Rear Admiral R.D. ,Jr., Commander Patrol ,
Snyder Wings U.S. from portable electric fans. And be placed on bosex or low tables ,';
,have made significant Atlantic Fleet, during a special ceremony here last Wednesday, July that figure doesn't include in- or in any other position where an ;
contributions to improvingthe U. juries treated in doctors' offices, individual might catch hands or :
quality of Navy life two-part self-help on the re-tiling effort with at home, or In military hospitals, clothes in the revolving blades.
through self-help remodeling project in 3,880 manhours projectedfor dispensaries and sickbays. it, but cool it safelylSafety !
assigned Bachelor the wall extension and Most fan injuries are cuts. Nextin
enhancement of
quarters and personnel living Enlisted Quarters at NAS paneling project: abrasions.frequency Then are come contusions fracturesand and innumbers. II IICool
River Md. to
Patuxent ,
support, welfare and Admiral J.L. Holloway, amputations. Injuries to
for and win the
recreational facilities. qualify' hands and fingers make up two-
III Chief of Naval
coveted award.To thirds of the total but leg,foot and t
Winners are selected on recude noise and Operations, in his citation toe injuries are not infrequent. .
accompanying the award, Investigators who conducted 28
the basis of efforts made in /
increase privacy, existing stated, "These im- followups on the portable fan
allocation the
resource eightfoot walls were injuries in the period studies
will sub-
priority of attention to paneled and extended an provements found the two general types of r
contribute to the
personnel support additional four feet to the stantially fans Involved were tabletop fans, /
welfare and 'moral of ri
facilities, the quality of ceiling. and portable window-floor fans. rt
completed improvements, personnel attached to Most of the injfures resulted from
Secondly," new tile was Patrol Squadron Thirty. inadequate guards for revolving
and the ingenuity exer-
installed in all rooms and fan blades. i
cised in execution of the I passageways to ,improve "This effort, executed Many injuries in. the ,study .
program. appearance. fully within the spirit and occurred when the fan grill was
off for cleaning and oiling, and
guidelines of the Self-Help
Patrol Squadron Thirty Approximately 1,440 somebody accidentally put his or I
Program, is highly Take stock in America.
undertook extensive manhours were expended her fingers in the path of the
an .' commended." blade. And, sometimes, toes. Buy US.Savings Bonds. 1 1'I
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Jax produces,
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TORRANCE'S KITCHEN I own musical sa 4i

Jax-Jacksonville may be the
only city in the United States to
Economical and Tasty produce its own musical in honorof
Recently we were looking for arecipe that provides a the Bicentennial, according to
tasty main course, is high in protein, is low in calories, Jay Harder, chairman of the
and is economical.We found a fish recipe that met all our recently appointed drama .
requirements. Because it is made with fillets, it also committee Committee.The of the. Jax Bicentennial M ,ki

eliminates the problem of picking out the bones... musical, based on Mark V,sVy .aR
Flounder in Wine Sauce Twain's"Innocents Abroad,"has i
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2 Ibs. flounder fillets 2 tbs. flour been written especially for the
3 tomatoes, sliced 2 tbs. butter or oleo, melted occasion by one of Jacksonville'sbest
Vz cup'skimmed milk 1-3.cut, dry white wine McEnulty.known musicians, *Rosalind"

% tsp. crushed basil Chopped parsley The score was approved, y the
drama committee after Mrs.
Thaw fillets, if frozen. Sprinkle fillets{ on both sides 'McEnulty gave a brief reView of
with salt and pepper. Place fillets inV'Single layer in a it with plot and musica.
greased baking dish..Arrange tomatoes over top of the The drama committee is
fillets. Sprinkle again with salt and pepper. Blend flour composed of over 40 members of
the area's theatre groups as wellas
into butter or oleo. Add milk gradually and cook until local universities with drama
tick and smooth, stirring constantly. Remove from heat departments and all of these
in and basil. Pour of in LCdr. Robert E. Webb
and stir wine sauce over top organizations wig participate
tomatoes. Bake in moderate,oven, 350 degrees for 25 to staging the new musical.In .
30 minutes or until fish flakes easily when tested with a addition, auditions will be VP-62 adds new faces
held citywide for participants,all
fork. Sprinkle with parsley. Serves six. Approximately of whom must be singers exceptfor
180 calories in each serving. the man who plays Mark Jax-Several new faces reported to the Com-
Twain. Twain called himself, "a were added to the active mander Reserve Patrol
frog," explains Mrs. McEnulty duty staff of VP-62 last Wings Atlantic Staff at
when describing the author'smusical
Norfolk Va.Among .
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month.
; 'f'fI All theatre talent.groups in the area, LCdr Bob Webb the other
; Ci..tDLELITE from the Beaches to Orange Park relieved LCdr Gerry newcomers at VP-62 were
and Mandarin, will have an Mollencop as Officer-in- LCdr. Jim Twombly and
J opportunity to take part in the Charge of the reservists. Lt. Fred Haynes, both
|HOMES FROM'26.5001APPROVED I musical. Audition dates will be
announced later. LCdr. Webb transferred transferred from NARU as
DIRECTIONS FOR FHA&VA The production is scheduled for from the Naval Air Maintenance Officer and

West on lOJrd from 1-JtS then north on Richer Road the last week in February 1976 at Reserve Unit (NARU) Administrative Officer,
.( the Little Teatre of' the Civic Jacksonville where he respectively.LCdr. .
:r) RICHARD DOSTIE, BUILDER Auditorium. served as Aviation Twombly was
q-V Actual dates for the
performances
778-3650 G> 733-4589 plus the nominal Technical Training Officer Assistant, VP Program
admission charge rates will be Manager and Lt. Hayneswas
announced later this yw.J LCdr. Mollencop' the NARU Recruiting
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COMMENCEMENT EXERCISE -A few of the 278 children who attended the NAS Jax Vacation OUTDOORS ACTIVITY Christine Garrity leads the action In kickball .
!. Bible School, receive their graduation certificates during commencement exercises in the All Saints ,lust one of the many outdoors activities engaged In by youngsterswho
I Protestant Chapel last Friday night. attended the recently completed NAS Jax Vacation Bible School.


I% Bible School holds commencement exercises I


Jax-Commencement Chaplain T.J. Rogers members indicated some 3,100 cups of juice. Over 200 Bibles were
exercises for the NAS Jax reports a very successful 5,000 classroom hours All means of tran- presented during the
vacation Bible school were program this year with 278 logged during the school's sportation were used by commencement exercisesto
: held last Friday night, children registered for the tenure. the youngsters to get to the the attendees.;!
July 18, in the All Saints Bible school. And, on the refreshmentside Bible school-autos,
Protestant Chapel here. Records of the 65 facultySrerguoen'o of the ledger, bicycles, skate boards, "Much gratitude is
Chaplain' Rogers says the walking and hundredswere expressed to all the
children consumed more bused from the volunteers and all the
than 6,500 cookies and housing areas. departments which aidedin

making this such a
Open. foryourconvenience8a.m. / spirit-filled and successful
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you should get out of the Navy or stay in for another hitch sometimes "i f

the facts can change a person's mind. Here are a few of them: I II I




The facts inside. The facts outside. .' ;


1 Money. From your basic and special pay, 1 Money. From your pay,.deduct income 'if'
.deduct income taxes. Then add your taxes. Then deduct all of what you pay 'r i'

allowances food, housing, and clothing for your apartment or house, your food and ',
(they may not cover everything i but they're a clothing (check prices outside). Also deduct :

pretty good help). Medical and dental care lj assorted expenses like medical and dental .w I
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"I legal aid, and a retirement. plan will cost ydu,: care, legal I aid, and retiremeht'plans.' ? )' r -., ..,: r

nothing at all. .

)Job. In the Navy, your job is secure. And 2 )Job. First of all, you have to find a job '
2.if you re-enlist,,and qualify, you can even If you don't like it, you can ,'I"'I".outslde. ;.
change your job, through the SCORE program I. always quit. Unless it quits you first.

Training and Education. If you re-enlist, Training and Education. Want advanced ;:','
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3. and qualify, we'll pay you to get training? If you're lucky, your employer t. '
advanced training in your rating (the STAR might help. Otherwise, it's like getting more ;.

program). A new program (THE NAVY education: all it takes is your time, your ? ,,'. ,>. _::, /
CAMPUS FOR ACHIEVEMENT) can help you money, or the VA benefits that you earned< ,' ," I gwhile
evaluate your education and job experience, ; on active duty. ': '
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degree or licensed. vocational/technical/ {. ;, 1 I

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iK There are other facts you should know, too, about the special programs designed just <; -.. l
for qualified Navy men who re-enlist. (One even guarantees you a different duty station.J') ',_ '
Sure, we know there may be things you haven't liked about the Navy, but is the.'grass'; .1]i ,
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I New librarian checks inBy


J03 Dee Ginder read. The program is
NAS At long last the entitled"Story Hour" andis
station library has a new held every Tuesday k 1d

head librarian, Miss afternoon from 2:45: 3:45: P
Sandra Smith, who hails and every Thursday from
from Falls Church, Va. 10-11 a.m. in the children's
Miss Smith just returned section of the library.
from a two year tour Anyone interested in
where she was the volunteering to read to the
librarian at the School of children during the "Story
the Americans, Fort Hour" should contact Miss
Gulickf Canal Zone and is Smith at Ext. 3415. r j
looking forward to her tour s
in NAS Jax. Plans are also underwayfor
"Book Discusion"
Miss Smith, who is a
group and a BicentienalProgramif .
replacing Mrs. Mary
DeLoach who left in ; enough peopleare

August 1974, has a list of interested.. .
plans to get the library According to Miss .. .<1: ':

back to normal after being Smith, the library sub- ,f.
without a head librarianfor scribes to over 150 1\"' ,.r." ; .l,,\. ,j _tw..<..\,

ten months. However,. magazines i and AT WORK IN THE STACKS Sandra Smith, NAS Jix' new librarian, keeps busy flitting the
due to lack of available newspapers, both militaryand station library In shape by making sure all the books are properly catalogued and In their appropriate .
funds, that list will have to popular, the majorityof ,place in the stacks.
be limited somewhat. which are alloted

Presently the hours of through the Navy Center. Fall term registration: slated,
operation are 9-5:30: The library is is always -

Monday through Friday. open to suggestions for Jax-Educational Ser- Tuesday, 7 to 10 p.m. Management.
When more funds are new books and magazinesthat vices has announced the SPE 110, Fundamentals of
Thursday, 7 to 10 p.m. -
available to hire more the readers.would like
and MAT 101 College
registration schedule Speech, MAT 119, Elementary!
staff members Miss the shelves. Sodon't
to
see on
curriculum for the Florida Math; AAC 260; Principalsof
Algebra; PSY 111, General]
Smith would like to open hesitate to make
and BUW
Junior College fall termof Accounting;
Psychology FCR 260,
;
the library at night and on your suggestion at the
courses to be held on 261, Business Law.
weekends.One front desk Principals of Finance; and]
base here. Wednesday,7 to 10 p.m. SAM 160, Introduction to)
of the new programsis Miss Smith is eager to Counseling dates will be BIO 101, Life in its Bio Business.For .
the Summer Reading get the library"back on its Aug. 5-6, from 9 to 11:30: Environment; HUM 213,
Program for children feet" and is looking for a.m. at ohe ESO office in Inter Understanding; and further information
which will run until August organizations to set up art, Bldg. 500. SAM 251, Personnel call 7722477.WE'RE .
25 and is designed to help crafts, leather, stone, All classes will be held in
encourage children to40cl coins and painting
stamps,
Bldg: 913, beginning on
YOUR( ET41VZs displays for the Aug.' 27, according the NEVER UNDERSQtD'DISCOUNT

showcases.If following schedule. MUSIC
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the station library for a ENG 100, Introduction to
1zJY 542 KINGSLEY AVE. VILLAGE MALL
while stop by and meet Communications; SOC
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cited twice for outstanding distinctive plaque ,in received a certificate and TopPositionIndicatorOTPI invaluably for an-
performance of duty recognition of the appropriate citation for his ( ) for the P-3C Orion tisubmarine warfare ,'.
during the visit to NAS Jax squadron's seven year outstanding leadership aircraft operated by the preflights of all Batmen .j rr'" '
last week by Rear Admiral history of accident free ability and professional squadron. missions! 1'

Roy D. Snyder, Jr., flight operations.Then performance of duty. r'*.
Commander Patrol Wings, AT2 Leroy L. Segerwas Of particular note,
U.S. Atlantic Fleet. recognized as the however, was Seger's S'S 4
Cdr. B.T. Hacker, House of Qualify" ,Foods : '

skipper of VP-24, was LCdr. Wolfe ends careerJaxLCdr. ,c a.IetBrias ,
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celebrated the end of a long, 29- CHOPPED STEAK or'
year career in the U.S. Navy. LCdr. Wolfe, assistant Main- 1\
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I'' ..youth at NAS Day Camp''I IBy



Monica McAleer 'f,

"Look at the overgrown grasshopper..boy is it ugly!" ,';
"Hey, ,I forgot my lunch (sob)..."
"But, why can't I put this crab in my lunchbox?"
"When are we going fishing?" *1 !
"Tell me how long I stay underwater..glub, glub."
"Watch me do a flip..ooh, my back!!"

These are some of the things you hear at the NAS Day f
Camp sponsored by the Dependent Recreation Center .
and supervised by LCdr. O.C. Andersen, USN, Ret. (p'- Ar.
From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., daily, military dependents, six .q
through 12 years old, have the opportunity to swim, hike, k %
fish and try their hand at arts and crafts plus camping j'Y

craftsmanship.The .
campers also have the opportunity to visit dif- ,. Y \
ferent groups on the station, such as the Marines, Fleet
Weather, the Air Force units here, the NAS Chapel, the
Fire Department, and the Patrol Squadrons. yw
Under the supervision of Monica McAleer, camp
director, the counselors, Cheryl Johnson, Karen Farley,
Stephenie Estes, and Bob Barnett, spend two weeks with
the campers, teaching them activities associated with 5
nature.
All of the time spent at the camp is spent outdoors, wet sie
barring the rain, which seems plentiful this summer.So .
Mom' and Dad, if you can stand to have your : : ,
children coming home muddy, .tired, and maybe even : '
with a touch of poison ivy once in awhile, the NAS Day a xu
Camp is the place to send them for a summer of fun and + p s ..

education:
Dependent children the NAS Day Camp begin each day's activities -
RAPT ATTENTION attending
The last session begins next Monday, July 28 and will
by saluting the Flag,an activity that requires the undivided attention of all.BORROWING .
continue through Aug. 8. Contact Mr. Andersen at 772-
3127 for enrollment information and other details.
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y.. Retirement points defined I


Washington, D.C A (ADT) attended during the

recent, unofficial' survey of year.
enlisted reservists with

less than six years of Additional points can be

service shows that few accumulated for at-

understand the value of tendance at special

their potential retirement courses, conferences, and

benefits how to compute active duty assignments in

a them. addition to the normal two-

v .3 week active duty tour.A .
Following is an explanation

of the retirement Reservist needs at

point system and how a least 60 points a year to

monthly retirement have the year counted as

payment of age 60 is "good.:" Twenty "good"

calculated. years are required to

qualify for retirement pay.!
Reservists with 20 years

SAILOR OF THE QUARTERSelected by the"Mad Foxes"of VP-S as their Sailor of the Quarter, duty qualify for retirement Reservists can accumulate
ADJ2 Dale D. Acklie receives accolades and a certificate recognizing his achievement from Rear benefits. Every Reservist annual
Admiral Roy D. Snyder, Commander Patrol Wings, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, last week. Petty Officer
accumulates "points" as retirement points by
Acklie,a member of VP-S's power plants division,has been "Max Fox"since October 1972. any
he or she serves. of the following methods:

attendance at drills (48)) ;
Energy-saving checklist offeredStill Fifteen points simplyfor are annual active duty
awarded annually
automatic
training ((15));
enrolled in the
planning that summer the circuit breaker to the "off" Unplug your television sets. being An additional (15)) ; one point for every
vacation? You can save on position. If you have a gas water The "instant-on" models use Reserves. day of original six-month
energy and money by discon- heater, put it on "pilot;" this energy 24 hours a day, even when point is given for each obligation (180)).
necting eel tarn appliances before won't completely turn it off but it they are off. four-hour drill period.
you leave. will prevent the water from If you're leaving for an ex- attended. A full-time Reservist
Turn off your water heater. heating. tended period, you may want to
This is one of the major energy- Turn off your thermostat to be clear out' your refrigerator and However, the maximum should accumulate 75
consuming appliances In your sure neither heat nor air con- turn it off. If you will be keeping number of automatic and retirement points annually *
home and one that does not needto ditioning will cut on while you're food in the freezer section of the drill attendance points towards the 1,624.5 points
be operating while you're away. refrigerator, you can still save needed to retire.Retirement .
away. If you have an electric Unplug your window air con- some energy, and money, by that can be applied to
unit, disconnect it by throwing ditioning units. placing the refrigerator on a retirement pay for any pay equals

warmer setting, since you won'tbe year is 60. In addition, one total points times .025
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food therein.
will still
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Make sure all your small ap- day of "summer camp" active duty divided by 360.
Big Chief Say: pliances are either disconnected

or in the "off" position.As .
New tires below a safety precaution, you
1 should also check all heat- QUESTIONS
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the they clothes are off.dryer-to make sure ABOUT: LOANS?

With utility bills soaring these

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arriving too late for this -idHMwKoubK for publication! the following' Thursday Ads
otherwise. A check the following week unless the publisher Is instructed Thursday, July 24 Sunday,July 27
or money order for he cost'theadrnust received WITH the copy. "HAPPY MOTHERS DAY "THE TALL BLONDE MAN ',

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and Cloris Leachman. PG. 92 ,and Jean Obe. PG. 90 min.

min. Monday, July 28-

I 'MISCELLANEOUSCENTRAL :]] LABOR SAVER Friday,July 25 "TRADER HORN a drama
L I ESTATE : ,
REAL : 1 This CH&A 3BR., BIRO, 2BA., ,WW Brick Cpt.Home, detached has new "WICKED WICKED," a starring Rod Taylor and Ann

AIR CONDITIONINGand "SHIPMATES" shed, w-nice small labor saving bk. suspense crime drama starring Heywood. PG. 106 min.

Courteous personal Real Estate yd., so you can spend more time on David Bailey and Tiffany Bolling. Tuesday July 29
HEATING UNIT Service. Call Joe Roplak, Realtor- recreation ft less time mowing. VA. PG. 95 min. "THE LAST DETAIL a
4 ton saves electricity with 3-phase Associate, with Standing Agency Inc. $30,500. ,
operation. Low hours, excellent Reator"MLS"! :", FRESHLY PAINTEDThis Saturday, July 26 drama starring Jack Nicholsonand

condition. Phone 387-3566,weekdays 9. Bus.771.8036 Att.Hrs.781-77 3BR. Home has BIRO, ref., DW, Free Kiddie Matinee, 2 p.m. Otis Young. R. 104 min.

5. Ig.:corner' lot, Is completely renovated Serial Episode 10 of THE IN- Wednesday July 30"THUNDERBOLT

HAULING.ANY TYPE FOSHEE REALTY &Sellers will pay Buyer's closing cost. VISIBLE MONSTER, "HIGH AND
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West Jax.. area, trash, shrubbery, too large or too small. Only. 23000.LARGE FHA-VA.LOT VOLTAGE, DANGER;" Short LIGHTNING, a crime drama

MiSC. 776 1334. 381.1581_ Broker This 3BR., IVaBA. Home, w-Fla. Rm., Story -- "STRANGERS IN starring Clint Eastwood and Jeff

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS BETWEEN BASES AC, Is located on a huge lot $26,000. TOWN" chapter of THE Bridges. R. 116 min.

King size bed$90.,Queen size bed$85., For $21,500: 3BR., Fam. Rm., LR,' FHA-VA. FRONTIER DOCTOR and Main
Box Spring, Mattress & Frame. 399. COTTAGE IN THE WOODS "
kit., large fenced yard Low Equity, Feature, "WYOMING, a
5990. This 3BR. Home has Cpt., Ig. screen I
Low .
pymts, Phone after 6PM. 38.. western.
4872. porch, many many trees ft Is only a
BUILDING MATERIALSUsed $15,500. FHA-VA.( Regular feature, 7:30: p.m.

Lumber, NAS, All sizes. Clean, WATERFRONT SPLIT-LEVEL "DAVY MILLER," a crime
well seasoned. Bldg. 413. NAS. This 4BR., 2VjBA. Home, has 1962
Prox. 2 acres Black Creek sq. drama starring Barry Brown and .,
ft. of living 14'X22' Fla. Rm.
space w-
Middleburg$10,000
ARTICLES FOR SALE Sybil Shepard. G. 91 min.TRANSPORTATION'.
St. Johns Harbor Canal lots fireplace, BI RO, DW, Patio, fncd. yd.,
Salvage, Lockers, desks, chair desks,
Mobile Home re.sales terms shade trees, huge 2 car gar. Less than
Flourescent lights, etc.
plumbing, $8700. equity & assume 8'/ pct. Loan. r-J
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NAT'L.SGLS. CLUB OF AMERICA for Mobile or Con v.homes This 3BR., 2BA. Home has CH&A,
Write or call for Info 21 Century 21 Dr, ERIC WADSWORTH, REALTOR BIRO, fncd. yd., detached shed, & Is EZ'S a UP, NO CASH NEEDED
Jax., Fla. 32216. 7245153. Palatka 328.3127 located In a fine settled neighborhood.Only Financing arranged, for low mo.
$25,700. VA-FHA. pym ts. Good dependable used cars, a
BABYSITTING. ,MON..FR I. JACK V. FOREHAND, CORP. good selection, 3886422.
Any age, fenced yard, noon meal and HEAVENER REALTY CO. Realtor-M.L.S. 771-8866
snack, home type environment. Call Orange Park Office LOCATED ON 103RD STREET LLOYDS CORVETTE PLACE

Mrs. Easley, 7831028. 264.1222 Between Cecil Field ft NAS We buy & Sell Corvettes
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LHASA APSO PUPPIES be a pleasure to entertain In this BEAUTIFUL HOME i

AKC,3Females,7wks.old nice brick 3BR., w.extra Ig. bk.yd. w. For $22,500.FHA, 4BR., 2BA., LR., NO CASH NEEDED
264.8800. Patio & Built-in Gas Grill, Carpeted, hall, Fla. rm. WW Cpt., AC, new roof, 1968 Nova,$695.or low mo. pymts.388-

MUST SACRIFICE CH&A, Lg. Fam. Rm. Located Just fncd. bk. yd., Ig. shade trees, 3 MI. 6422.
from NAS Aft. 4P.M. weekdays All NO CASH NEEDED
out of
Singer,Sewing Machine 1974 Zig Zag Orange Park. All Terms. Good
equity buy. day Sat. & Sun. 7713599._ 1968 Chevy, AC, $395., or low mo.
model, embroiders, designs, BPP.NICE
Must pymts. 3886422. "IT'S7&0 HORRIBLE OFWiAPON. A
monograms, darns, etc. CENTRALAIRJust
need Close to Shopping, School, Churches, NO CASH NEEDED ) -. BoaerY WILL
sacrifice, Balance 171.20. or listed 3BR., IVaBA., WW Cpt.,'
someone to assume $11. per month Etc. 3BR., 2BA. Home, equipt. kit., Sep. Din, Rm., eat-In kit., range & 1970 Chevy, Impala,2DR., HT,$995. or OUTLAWITY"/
Cozy fam. Formal LR & DR,
rm. .
low 388 6422.
payments. Phone 7310255. refrlg., garage, VA or FHA. mo. pymts.
Many more extras Including BPP.
SPACIOUS FAMILY ROOM
NO CASH NEEDED
TOY POODLE PUPPIES $41,500.00. With real fireplace, 3BR., WW cpts., QUILTING COURSE
1970 Torino GT, AC, $1195. or low mo.
Female, I wks.
Silver, AKC, 1 Male, 1 CONVENIENT LOCATIONCall
kitchen, anxious to
complete owner
pymts. 3886422. Fee$2.00 (with Social No.)
4 PM. : Security
old 4100.00 387<]1S60 after Today on this 4BR.iV4BA Brick sell, VA nothing down REGISTRATIONS
home In Meadowbrook. Located near USED CARS
72 HONDA J50SL.EXTRA ENGINE Excel. Schools & shopping. Large tree SERVICE REALTY, INC. '68 Olds, full power & Air, $200., '66 Monday& Tuesday,Aug.25-26
Forks and many other Ace. $375. King shaded fncd. yd. makes this home for 7471103rd StreetRealtorM.L.S. Ford, 2DR.HT, $200., '66 Mallbu $200., Noon til 9 p.m.
Size waterbed and Frame and Heater Family living. Priced In Mid $30's. 77"j4030.24Hr.WANT '67 Chev. 4DR. $200., 7250029. FJCTENTCENTERBldg.
$100., 25" Zenith Color TV, no Focus Ask about our BPP. SOMETHING DIFFERENT USED CARS 33 (Corner Park& Roosevel
$30., Trumpet, Holton Collegiate $60. PHONE 317-1255
ALL THE CONVENIENCESAre Then look no morel See this unusual '69 Torino GT Full power ft Air $850.,
Contact AE-3 Pertain Cecil ext. 1315
to be found In this lovely 3BR., home In Orange Park offering 5BR., '70 Nova 6cyl. AT, R&H $850. 3886296.
or Home Phone 3883767. ;- V/jBA. Home. Such features BIRO, 2VaBA., Pool, & a Ig. beautiful lot. Call

ARTICLES FOR SALE CH&A, Dishwasher, underground for details on the many xtras this '72CHEVELLE2DR.
In Low $60's. ., HT, R&H, AC, PS, PB, Tape
Priced
Philco side by side with Ice maker sprinkler system & much more.All for home has to offer. Cond. Debbie 353.7534 LOCKHEEDOVERSEAS
Good
$275., Shag-multicolor gold 12X22 with only $33,500.00. Oh Yes, ask about our EXCEPTIONAL VALUE Player,
pad $250.,9 mo. old Couch lOOIn. long, financing arrangements. Over 1500 sq. ft., In this charming3BR.
plaid new upholstery $100., Tables. HEAVENERREALTYC ., 1BA. Home In Woodstock Park.
square, 1 round 40. set. Phone 268- Orange Park Office Nlcecpt LR & DR., & Is kit. equipt. EMPLOYMENT
264-1222 Fam. rm. ft fireplace too. All for
5151. $21,000. If you're looking HERCULES G130 .'

Polaroid Land FOR camera SALE Sq. shooter ONE YOU DREAM ABOUT any superlative BESTESTPin you want on this for the best value in Support personnel with at

$15., Leather golf bag $5., G.E. Country living in this 3BR., n BA. home & It will fit. Spacious & least 3 years on "E" or "H"
Vacuum w-att. 515., 3884035. Home, fam. rm., fireplace, dbl. gar., luxurious w-Cpts.,& custom drapes
custom drapes, CH&A, this Is a thru-out, complete Intercom, unique ftOftf6O models and some within the

UTILITY TRAILER custom built brick approx. 1900 sq. stone fireplace, & kit. that will last 36 months may qualify for

4X1 w-sldes, excel. cond., steel tot- ft, of living area on 2Vi acres of pamper your wife forever. Put an assignment to the Middle
tom$115.,also H.P.Ward OB mtr w. beautiful land. Horse barn, fncd. & yourself Into the good life for lust East;
tank less than 10 hrs. use. 4711 cross fncd. $60,000. $57,000. I
Palmer. 388.5161. COZY HOME PLUS INCOMEA NEW LISTING Auto Pilot Techs (E-4, C-12))

beautiful brick home located In In Ortega Hills. Well built 3BR. home Crew Chief (Fit. Line)
SEARS KENMORE APPLIANCES Avondale 3BR., 2BA., fam. rm., w-a Ig. fam. rm New roof & new elec. Insuranceyou'll
All Avocado, 21 cu. ft. side by side corner lot, fireplace, Cpt., CH&A, kit. wiring. Outside Is a Ig. pool & a lovely Instrument Repair Techs.

refrlg.-freezer, dbl. self-clean oven, equipt., plus dbl. car gar. w-gar. apt. wooded bk. yd. Conv. to NAS. Priced Pneumatics SpecialistsRadarComNav

portable dishwasher, service con- for Income $36,900. find it at State Farm Techs
tracts. After 6PM. 269-2668 O.P. LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT right.DAN JONES &ASSOC.,INC. Electrical
Is oneof the loveliest 3BR. Homeswe 2317 Blending Blvd.
This
JUKE BOX,WURLITZER have offered, xtra clean on Rtaltor-M.L.S.l 3194107 'Give me a call today. You'll Aero-Ground Equip. Mechs.

Excellent Condition$200. beautiful lot. Beautiful lot w-fence, discover whafs made State Farm Hydraulic Specialists

Ext.1273.771-1913 eat-In kit., DR, utll. rm.,small equity '$:i.1; ;;It E NT ALJb:: f I the number one homeowners inurer Engine Overhaul (T-S4)

BELT EXERCISERSalon & assume low pymts. in the world.' LOX (GB1A) Plant Op.

Type 4",Like new $35., Cost$80. LOVE PRIVACY OPPOSITE NAS JAX. Instructors
Call 3967671. Aft. 6PM. Then you will love this 3BR. Home on Off 120th Street ; RANK H. TALLYC.LU. Props
corner lot Has eat.In kit., fm. rm., MotWp1omes) ; & Apts. for rent. 1BR.
FRIG. FREEZER A MOTOR CYCLE above ground pool, kit. equipt., Cpts., units for mature adults. Nice for .Salary and bonus start at

Admiral side by side, Indian 75c.c. drps., $23,500. singles: From $75. Mo. Larger Mobile $13,000+ per annum with
Both In good cond. Call 2646551. COUNTRY LIVING homes from IOO.Mo. Childrenwelcome. benefits.
Have garden on this dbl. lot, & alovely Justlss Trailer Park, 389. excellent overseas
TYLER LAKESHORE) 3BR.,2BA Hom',1-car gar., kit. 1645 For consideration and further

Repairs on auto AC, Central Units & equipt., Cpt., AC, $29,500. 3007.1BR..HOUSE-ORTEGA HILLS I details, dial our toll free
311.
window 5161. units. 4711 .Palmer. Ave. NOW SEE THE BEST 15MO., plus dep., for appt. Call 264- CASSATA'AVENUE number (Except In Alaska,
2BA, fm.
,
all Brick 3BR.
Lovely Lg. 3483. Calif., Hawaii)
FOR SALE rm. Home, eaf-ln kit., sep. DR on Ig.
Dressers Cherry Basset wplate corner lot, Inside utility, 'lovely' "" BEDROOM FURNISHED APT. (MO) 154-7751
Cecil Field, pool
glass mirror $45.00. Danish mod. kit. equipt.. Cpt.. CH&A, $35,000. Near NAS, &, 7710341. .:" a.m. S p.m. <( available $78.
size hd. REALTY
walnut w-mlrror $25.00. King FOSHEE Mon. Fri.
bd. $15.00. Danish Mod. Oct. Chair HI.1S11 Broker Like t good neighbor 1

$15.00. See at 1061 Anna Ave. OrangePk. ------------------ J; _LI"" State Farm is there. In California .

., July 24-25. ((714) _2531 ,
HOUSE SUN.11 to 5P.M. WE BUY AND SELL
LIVE CRABS OPEN completely painted in ft GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES i-IJ and 1-5 ,
BR's
Wilford's Fish Camp 3 Nice garage, 4829 Colonial Av". Phone 3884619X40'MOBILE Or send chronological
__ 264.9707 out, 2-ear 23000.
costs. A
m Seller will pay closing $' HOME resume totLockheed

GEORGE'S KENNELS CEDAR HILLS Lake special, Excel. Cond.; '2BR., .....-. A/C Inri /A.G.
Dots ft Cats Boarded 3BR.. IV1BA., CB new cpt., new elec. heat, bath w-tub & shower, (
Pay
will
Some '1925. Grooming, training ft paint, fncd. .$21,000. Seller $1200., 778-1334. Sum hat fm**Clarify COMMM 8w33,Ontario,Cat 91761 ? .
shipping. visitors welcome clOSing costs.IIiDROOM,2IATHI If TRAIL BLAZER HMM 0"CrM"ftVft I
%mink (refer to Ad NO. 6-2) T
Bankamerlcard ft Mastercharge $22,500. TRAVEL TRAILER
xfras.
Ave. ft New paint,fncd.. many and awning I
honored. Off 1.10 Near Cassat closing costs. New air conditioning
Edgewood Ave. Seller will pay REALTOR m.JJ49 $2,000. 6330 103rd St.
IOU Idf ewod Cwirt.7M-1615. VANIANDT



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sssi eas- has an over.the.cab camper, good 1969 Tempest 6 cyl AC $150 as Is. Call
r
0 ''eR' ------------------------------1" condition, $1700, 781.7741, 7722535.

1 1 1t ............ ...........
FOR SALE: Chevy parts big & small MUST, SELL '66 Econoline, Mak
THE FLEET MARKET I block. Block, crank, cam' & lifters,. offer, excellent condition phone 772
t .1 must sell. Call 772.2328 or 771-7694 7461 after 4:30: p.m.
1 II after 5 '

L...,"..:.," ....\".__Y'9iA\'7''M\\\tii SIkR1.W....\\-.,'''*'......."...,'_''''''''''''''.'.''';_,..."::\w.:""' ._.krhkk'.n"W\Cdh'116.JAQfJC...._ .'.*,...:""' -"'<.\Wh\\V':. FOR SALE: 73'and 74 Suzuki 380 road
1 II FOR SALE: 1 car trailer hitch 2000 LB bikes. Must tell. Make offer. Both
A FREE Personal Want Ad Service for Military and Civilian Employees of NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field Capacity, cheap call 772.2328 or 771- Immaculate. Call ext. 8163 at Cecil

I 7694 after 5 p.m weekday' mornings (except Wed)
FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM I *...*.*-"
1961 Thunderbird AT, PS, PB, Air Conditioners one 6600 BTU. $45;
1 JfYTC. Ads will be published no more than three(3)( ) Times. It Leather Interior, Inspection sticker, one 10,200 BTU $110. Tel. 786-6422 "
'. 1 Limit Ad to 20 words or less excellent condition $1000 or best offer.

t 1 I Must sell call 269:0410 1970 Pontiac Catalina, .4dr. HT, AC,
PS, PB, AT Excellent cond. Just
.0 ., .... If. For Sate: 72 Honda CL450 In good Inspected $850.2788 Ron 261.5046 after
: condition will Include two helmets 4

.., ., I $700. Call 264.9638 .-...-....
'I .,
.
f. .. I For Sale Ted Williams 7.5 HP outbd
FOR SALE: 1968 Riviera, nlcecar, motor. New never used, regular
..1 runs good $750. Call 772-3143, between $198.95 each $160.00. Call after 4 p.m.
1 1 8.3 Monday thru Friday, ask for Steve. 264-6349
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW. 1

1 BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD.-I Three rail motorcycle trailer maple For Sale Ted Williams Fish Flash on

1 ; '1 pedistal dining table, 9x12 Orientalrug Depth finder structure guide, complete
\ .' '. motorcycle helmet, AM-FM for $110, regular$160. new, never
.: port I ble radio. 783 1695 used. Call after 4 264-6349
1 Name ", Office or activity to which assigned I IRank. II p.m- .

1 1969 Caprice Salvaged; Available 350 FREE: 3 puppies, 3 months old; 3
Eng. accessories, heavy Xmlss, tires puppies; 9 months 3 kittens, 3
1 ate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature If. etc. (ex. cond.) these and other parts. months. All mixed breeds. Friendly,
i 1 I Call 724-0016 for good deal playful, small. 7722114
Advertising will be accepted only from active and his signature, grade or rank.rate, office or .....-.....
f. 1 military or civilian employee personnel assigned to activity to which he Is assigned and office telephone. I 35 8 track tapes $2.00 each or $60. For For Sale: ((4)) Pirelli CN 36.high
1 NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. This information is for authentication only and your 1 all call Cathy NAS Jax 3086 performance radial tires. Size 185.70HR13.

ad should be worded Independently' of this information 7729586
1 2.Free advertising In the "FLEET MARKET" Forms must be clearly typed or printed 1 FOR SALE 1974 15Vt ft. Cobia ...
I 1 will be limited to: Offers to buy sell or rent housing NO machine reproductions will be accepted 1 Bowrlder with 1974 70HP Johnson with For Sale: 1974 YAMAHA enduro 360
r I. for personal use as a residence these ads will be trailer outstanding condition $450 & mileage 3662 must sell $850. Excellent
", accepted only If the words "PCS" (for military), or 5.Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In I assume Credit Union or $2500 cash. condition PH: 7864533 *,
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the the following edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads 1 Call 786.8890 after 6 p.m. .
i' Jacksonville area) are Included in the wording of the arriving after that date or ads held out because of Dining Room set In walnut modem by
l I 1 ad. Offers to buy or sell personal property; offers of space limitations; will be placed in the following 1 UVjFt. Boat 11 H P Evlnrude motor d, Stanley. Includes table, 6 chairs,
r i 1 or requests for rides to and from work announcements week's edi'ion. Ads will be run only one time unless 1 trailer $700 or best offer call 781-4157 China and Buffet. $250. 269.2648
b 6 1 of educational courses offered by non. re submitted as prescribed.above ''"' 2035 Monteau Dr. Jax. .
l profit organizations or government agencies. Ads 1 Honda CL350 1972 Excellent condition .
1 for pets will be carried only when accompanied by 6.No phone calls will be accepted regarding 1 FOR SALE: Fish Aquarium with $525. Call 264.2307
\ the word "Free". "FLEET MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR complete supplies and fish. Out.
NEWS and AiRWINGER offices cannot provide 1 standing buy, contact AWAN Cochranat 3br, 1 ba, Horn by Cedar Hills
1 3.All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. 1 772.3589 carpeted, Utility room, garage. Large
i 1 "FLEET MARKET" ad form which will be printed yard, fenced$24,000 better after S p.m.
In each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhandwill 7.All ads must\ be limited to 20 words each. No 1 1970 Porche 914-4. Five speeds, radial 778.4027 PCS
1 be rejected. more than two(2)( ) ads per week per prsonwill be 1 tires, low miles, Immaculate. Phone .... .....
1 accepted. 264.2973 for Info. PCSEagleMobll* Horn no equity will
Complete ad forms must be mailed to "FLEET 1 .-- ... pay Vt closing costs, Gergeas, 2 br, 2
E 1 MARKET" Editor, CO JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, 8.Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a 1 Need ride to Florida Junior College In ba, wow carpet, CH&A furnished $139
I I 1 NAS Jacksonville Jacksonville, Florida 32212. business. or which do not meet the above the evening. Am Attending Kent mo. after 5 p.m. 778-4027
These forms must provide all Information requirements, will be rejected The publisher 1 Campus. Will help with gas. Call 8148,
1 requested Ie: Full name of person submitting ad reserves the right to omit any or all ads. -. 1tL NAS 1974 Toyota Corona 4 dr, standard, AC
R&H. Excellent condition. Pald$4,000
.. L __ _ ______ tL tats_ttta __ t- --- t1At--tats-- WANTED Automobile bumper to make offer better after 5 p.m. 778-4027
bumper tow hitch. Phone 731.2965 call
t ,
WANTED: Indiv. to share driving '1972 Suzuki 750 low miles. Excellent AC, Power windows AM.FM 4 after 5 pM. : ._ + For,Sale: 12ft. aluminum boat. Good .
with CPO from Jax to San Diego. 2 Cond. 1965 Volkswagon Rebuilt channel stereo $3895. 772.0803For condition$100. Call/ 389-4801 or 771.8075
Aug. No expenses. Call Lt. Drager 772 Engine. Call 772-8385 ---..
2324 .......-.. Sale: 72 Kawasaki SOOcc High- For Sale 71' Suzuki T5oo, 16.700 miles Wanted, used color or B&W TV,
73 Camaro Type LT rail.wheels steel rise HB & CB. New paint low mileage. 6" extensions slssybar two helmets Remote gas tank for small outboard
belted radials factory air, tuhomatic Priced to Sell S795. Contact D. and lots of extras, will sacrifice. Call motor, shotgun and duck decoys. Call
Sell 68 Cad Coupe Deville S102S Exc.
trans. Quad Tape deck BB Avg. 771.7631Sunbeam 771.8075 or 389-4801
I' cond or trade for sta. wag. of equa Bullinger at 778 1335 or work 772 2189 ..
Sale / Owner --
\ Retail 13,800 by Original
value, 60HP Johnson elec. start W-
$3500. Ext. 3908 after 4 p.m. 737.8091 canister VACUUM PCS SALE. G.E. 10" Color T.V. 6
controls $400. 771-6087 For Sale Conditioner 1,000 BTU CLEANER, LIKE NEW, ALL AT. mos. old $200,12 ga. Fox 2 bbl shotgun .

1971 BW 7 passenger bus 43,000 miles. 110 Volt Excellent Condition Call 772- TACHMENTS. Call 772.9043 or 771. $200. 772.3566
i PCS RENT Spacious 3br. home with 2381 ask for Foster
AC R&H New tires good paint. run & 1509
"r.t all extras Including fireplace In good $2,200. Phone 781.3237 --........ PCS RENT Or. Pk. Lakeside 3br, 2
convenient Orange Park location. On 1966 Mustang GT, V8, Air Con- KENMORE WASHER & DRYER ba, unfurn. home, drapes, carpet,
,, t\ quiet street 5 minute walk to post Brand New Uniforms used for FJC ditioning, Power Steering, automatic, (Avocado). 3 years old $275. Bar with CH&A, BIRO, Privacy patio; Aug. 1
"; office library bank: etc 261.1362 practical nursing course (starting In radial tires, very clean, low mileage; two stools $25. SSGT Brenner PH. 264- 264 7377

MX.260.less. Aug.) books also 388.9028 needs valve |lob. $650. 269.1570 0975 DP 772.2530For .......-....
Yamaha then 250 miles
7 evenings. Outboard
Motor.
Ted Williams 19135.5
r' excellent condo 1550 1971 Suzuki TC.90
2000 CC Pinto engine. Complete with HP with remote tank. Low time, like
dirt rigged Byt-Kit extras. Call 778 Sale. 1973 Ford PU, Ranger XLT,
r clutch intake and exhaust manfolds.PH. 1974 Honda 360 CL like new, only rode new. $110. 2643532.
2011 6 months because of sea duty $800. SWB, AT, PS, PB, AC, Sliding rear
.......... 264 2973
I .-..-.. Will baby.sit In my home. Lake Shore window, step bumper, topper $3200. Air Conditioner. Admiral 10,000 BTU
Will Babysit In my home Mon. thru area 387.5117 Call Dr. Provine, ext. 3504. window
67 unit
with
63 Falcon, for parts or complete. speed fan and
I Fri. Cedar Hills Address. For more Engine Headers. Road hugger tires, thermostat control. Excellent con-
information. Call 771-0176 good body parts, etc. 771.3211 ext. 8288 Baby bed for sale, used only 3 months 1974 Gold White Blazer wheel drive, dition $125. 264 3532.
I'' 772 1410 after 6. $25. in very good condition. Also man's AC, Power J&B, AT, mag rims, radio,
PCS Large 4br. room home with pool blue leather maxie coat like new. Call like new. Call after 5 268.5825 AKAI GX356
tape recorder $500, 2
In Orange Park Available Sept. 1st 269.0615 .............
. black
& Brass table
lamps from India
for rent 1 yr. lease $500 month. Call Must Sacrifice 1974 Caprice Estate 1970 Corvette 2 tops stereo FM al' $50
ea., water
only
264 0717 Wagon ((9 passenger) PB, PS, 2 type 58 GMC, LWB, 4.WD, Pickup truck, power CD Ing. Orig. Owner 35XX() ) tray from Nlstan $175.pitcher 771 6.6649 glasses &
miles. PH: 7711599PUSSYCAT

Penn Spinf Isher 704, Level wind 350, 2
a rods, tackle box & tackle $75, shop.
LAKE SHORE SCHWINN CYCLERY
mate 2 speed reclplocal saw $20, 5
piece sllunr coffer service$30. 771-6619
2108 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE 388.0612I' ........-
e FOR SALE: One multi band radio,

I' : : -1 ODD Jj@Wf? one automatic auto cassette reverse player cassette, one deck AM-FM with

o speaker all In excell. condition. PH:

; @Jf@O [fl] [Jg@[) @]@ g ,. 2640976 ........-..

: 1T FOR SALE: One rollaway bed, two
glass doors for bath tub one small reel
y! Schwinn the first name in bicycles parts, and accessories and
to reel
recarder
and 69 Chev. Impalaall
i
there can only be one Number 1.
v In good condition. PH: 2640976
I A nation.wide network of 'clory.lr'lned and authorized independent
Schwinn dealers' : Each servicing dealer assuring the rider that whatever .
f his cycling needs, he, can rely on his Schwinn dealer -ties (Continued on page 17))
j probably a rider himsell

., ? Your Schwinn dealer knows the difference, and can recommend the
proper product for every need and every Schwinn dealer always 1 1 Affordable Navy Homes '
maintains a complete' stock of parts, accessories., and genuine JUST REDUCED $2300
Schwinn bike at all times 1 111 Ortage Hills, 3 br. m bath, CH.AW

... ) :r Has listed' in the yellow page under "Schwinn" In the .W Carpet drapes L appliances
bicycle section first stop for cycling needs. yf ESCORTS garage, fenced yd. Owner Anxious

Com to us for all your cycling needs complete line of Schwinn Bicycles and ac. (Dancing Partners) $26,500 FHA VA
OAK HILL BEAUTY, 3 br, 1 ba.,
.I. cessories, racing and touring equipment, factory trained service department,
recondition used bikes. DOOR ADMISSION 18x18 paneled Fam. Rm. Dr, Lr &
t large eat In kitchen, BIRO S2..5OO
HALFPRICEIMon. FHAVA

Thurs., 6.11 pm
r SCHWINN m RAY LUGO

..., l bicycle people! '
PIAHOR Associate Wl5
JACKSONVfUf'S MOST COMPUTE CYCLING; CENTER JIM EASON REALTYOff

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;m1M: l'Ml' PCS 1972 Style-Mar (Special Design), FOR SALE: 8500 BTU AC, Near new, FOR SALE: Wonda Chair. All *c>
: 12'x65', 2br, front den, WWC, CH&A, $125.00, 4.5 cubiC- FT. refer, $55.00, 7 cessorles Included; two chairs; !
CMW Washer & Dryer; ( Bassett "Furn,-. Ft. 'pool table with all accessories perfect condition; camel color. Call ;x.
I FLEET MtmWmtMfWit1tMtJ Skirted, 100 SQ. Ft. Uti!. Bldg, 3 miles $50.00 269-2063 after 771.1779 ',Ij ,
from NAS Sm. Equity&AflSume VA of i .:\
reel, rod and ,
Fresh water fishing
$121 mo. Newly installed Solar-X Sun For Sale 1972 Pinto very good con.
tackel attached. 6-8 Ib test line. Used ::1
control system. Call 264-7127 ditlon, automatic, AM Radio, 8 track .
............ once. $10. Call 2659 Cathy Dawson '
stereo tape, new tires, low mileage, ,:
(Continued from page 14)) ........... m'FOR
1974 CHEVY Blazer.wheel drive, 350 PCS 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY III, 8 $1,450.00. Call 764-1303 "
PCS 3 br, 2 ba, w-w carpet, built. CUI, Auto, AMFM, PS, PB, cyl, 360 cu. In, 4 door, radio, heater, SALE: Fisher AM-FM Stereo 'J
Inkltchen, FAM RM, Cent heat, Cheyanne Interior, 18,500 ml. $4.000 AC, PS, PB, AT, GOOD mileage, For Sale used Kirby Upright Vacuum amplifier, model 250T $150 .JVC S- :-1",
carpport,fenced,detached shed patio, PH: 387-5243 MARINE CORPS GREEN, EX.; cleaner $125.00, used western house track player recorder deck $105
shade trees, equity & assume 7 per. CELLENT condition. $1800 STEAL upright vacuum cleaner $50.00. Both RCA Color TV $100 Call Oldfield, Ext.

cent VA. 786.2022- Buick LeSabre 1969 AT Cond. Fully call 264.7127 ......... has attachments Call 764.1303 209 at C.F. ...........
loaded. $1075. PH: 771.8861 For Sale: 4 Keystone Mags, classic .........-...
74 Bonn. Brougham with most options,. 1973 Kawasaki 500 Mach III. 4400
51,000 ml, $1400. 70 Honda CB350 $400. pattern,for chevy, S lugs S50. 5 gallon Want to rent: Orange Park area. Mid miles. Includes 2 helmets and bumper
FOR SALE: 1968 fORD XL, 2 door, gas can with gas $5, 772.7305 Aug. unfurn, 3br, den or Dr. Two
2642182. ....... power steering & brakes, bucket ............ teenagers and poodle. $250. range. towing-hltch. Mst sell, best offer over
1972 Bultaco 1251 Pursang Excellent seats, select-shift, towing package. For Sale: Truck Mirrors, like new, Leaving Pax 7 Aug. CWO K.A. $850. Call TSG. Schettler 772-3148 Ext.
condition $295. Call-771-5909 1975 Florida Inspected; $350 firm. Call won't rust 2 for $12, paper backs, all Grossglass MOQ 1602C NAS Patuxent 218
chief Gross 2533-2534 kinds, 10c each 772.7305 River Md. 20670 PCS (Continued on p.gIU)
2 LR-70-15 7 ply steel belted radlals.
New, never used, 40,000 mile 6,00013TU Window Air Conditioner, 1.5
guarantee. $80. for both Murray 389. feet Mini refrlg. 3 fans (window,desk, CLIP THIS COUPON
1221 ............ floor),School house desk,other Items.
Miscellaneous American Motors 771-6935

engine parts 290 343 390 heads 1971 Dodge PU. Halfton,318 V-8,
3spd.
work 3901 home 356.2284 BUY ONE
Intakes GET ONEHALFPRICE
.....-.... stick shift, positraction rear end, 15 ", ...
Inch wheels, good condition, $1,200.
1967 SS Camero no engine or trans Call 786.0607 after 6.
$150.or best offer has 12 bolt rear end

389.1221 ............. 1969 Charger S.E, HI.perf. 383, 4 spd.,
Hurst Shift, positraction rear end.,air
Misc. 350 and 327 Chevy parts- shock, mags, thrush mufflers, tape
power glide trans blocks and heads deck, AM.FM radio, Red w-Black top
ETC., Murray 389-1221 1000. 786-0607
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sale. No THE "ORIGINAL" 2 PIECES OF
Reduced for quick place to House for sale 1537 Charon Rd.
park 23ft. Concord travel trailer. Avondale, 3br,1 ba, CH&A, gar, W-W
Sleeps six, elec. Jack Mirrors, hitch Carpet In LR & DR., $24000 or $5000 ft. FISH & CHIPSJULY
1500 or best offer 781.9037 assume 387.1516 or 772.3358 Lt.

2 Mantle Coleman Lantern and small 2 O'Connell PCS LUNCH OR DINNER
burner Coleman stove $25.00. 264.6275 EAT-1 OR TAKE OUT
4 WD 72 Chevy PU, R&H, AC, 4 spd, 11T 1 i $
AKAI X360 tape recorder $250 Gibson tru tracs, posltratlon, W. coast ,> ARTHUR TREACHER'SFISH
melodymaker guitar, early 60 model mirrors, HO bumper W-hltch, CB
$150. 269-1598 antnna. $2395. 772-8738 or Ext. 2784
(LTJG( ) Wiggins.
For Sale 1972 125 cc Harley Davison, .. AND CHIPS
700 miles$350.Also 1972 Yamaha 60cc ((2)) Tennis rackets, like new $10.00
Mlnl-Enduro $160. Both excellent each. (Wilson). Call 7860029 after 5p.m.
cond. Phone 772-7626 3701 BLANDINO BOULEVARD PHONE 771-7113
(Across from Cedar'Hills Shopping Center) ,
Gas Saver.68 Chevelle 4 dr. Sdn.6 cyl Free: black and white kittens one
1, AT, PS. 48,000 ml. $800. Call 3908 male, one female. 289-7230
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G.E.8000 BTU 220 V. All-conditioner; FOR SALE: Color T.V. Table Model 1970 Ford Vi Ton PU 302 V.8 Auto.

i 1i1 t1 111 1 j jiji1jjj1 j jj j jji1jii tijtijjMii! :tiiiijjl::: :: :ijijjiijiji! : jijijiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiMi! !!!!! iJ' good NAS X.condition.2389 $40. Call 387.1072 or Thru 19" $80.Fri.Call 9.2 771 ask-3211 For Ext."Agnes"8133 Mon. Asking Radio many$1650 will new deal.parts, Call installed.771.2493


I I FLEET MARKET 1971 Monte Carlo, PS, PB AT, AC. FOR SALE: Apartment: size portable after 6 p.m. ............
New tires and Insp. sticker. Good washing machine 6lb. Capacity 2 yrs. I'
condition $1,600. Will deal P. Old $60. Call 778.3168 .Single bed -,30x66 child proof mattress
Bevelock NAS 3450 8..4 w frame. Good condition $20. Call

............. 786-4595 .
For Sale RCA Whirlpool
: Air Conditioner
(Continued from p.g.17) 72 Mazda RX-2. Sporty economy. Air
73 Yamaha TX750 4 cycle less than 6500 BTU, 5000. 2685979
FOR SALE: A pair of iW quarts Cond., radio, mag wheels, clean, low 5,000 miles Excellent condition $1200 after 5 p.m.Motorized FOR SALE: Toro, reel-type' self, .
Iodine H3 Amber 260,000 candlepower miles. 772 2347 or 264-6089 Air conditioners Like new -5,000 propelled lawn mower. Good' con "" .1 ,1;
sealed beams and 50 watt max. BTU S65. 18.000 BTU $125. Ext. 2685 or lawn sweeper for sale dition. $50. Call 7720818 after 5 p.m. "
\ 110 volt "Electro-Mite" bug killer Save gas 1973 Vega Hatchback, radio 771.0412 excellent condition $75. Lawnedger ...-...--. '.) '"
stick shift, low mileage, $1350. Call .
model 110 by Fedtro (Indoor or outdoor godd condition $5. Call 264-1520 ''
use). 771-3211 ext. 8J80 Beckwith 268.5948 after 5. FOR SALE: Queen size mattress, box WANTED TO BUY. Removable .' '

springs, frame, headboard & pillows. 1973 Century, Auto., Air, PS, PB hardtop for FIAT 850 SPydtr' call '" .
KAWASAKI S-2 1973 3503 Cyl. 400 74 Honda Motor Cycle. 750 all extras, 1 yr. old, excellent condition. 200.264 Vynal top, new tires. Only 34,000 miles Estel", Cecil Field Ex. 404 8-4
miles new rings pistons, and clutch $1,800. ISVt wellcraft boat, motor, 2956 $2650. firm. Dave 771.3839 .......-....
trailer $600. Air conditioner 6.000
$600. Call 2644567
.00, stroller $5.00, crib
Baby car seat $5
$125. Or best offer 282 5649
BTU
FREE: Two pups to good home, one '74 Chev. Blazer, 2 wheel drive, AC, $10.00,10 gal. all glass fish tank $4.00. ,
Baby sitting In my home Infant or 1974 International Travelall full hound, one terrier. Call 264.5224 after PB, PS, AM-FM, V-8, 2 bbl, Cheyenne Colonial rocking chair $10.00 after ,.
toddler preferred Bellalr section 269- 4. Interior, miles, .
C 18,500 cond.
ex. $4,000 11 :00 388-6323
: a.m. '
power tow pkg. 24,000 miles .. .. ....
2062 .
_____ 387.5243 .. '
after 5 p.m.REMODELING. -- '
beautiful cond. will sell out right or equippedand -.
FOR SALE: 9000 BTU AC $7].00 two I 1972 Pinto Runabout. Fully '
trade equity 771.5990 evening excellent PH JI64- For Sale Whirlpool 11,00 BTU AC, 115
in condition. :
lug. split rims S75.00. Wooden boat, .....-..... aG : Have Kitchen Full volts excellent condition. Call 778-0071
2973.
traitor motor S75. Ext. 100-101 (2) Rolling stones concert tickes $1 ln of Custom Made Cabinets and GE
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Dishwasher, Built-in oven and topringe .. ,
Sanyo 8-track Auto tape deck with kItCh'-d.
Mechanics special .71 Honda CL350 Bar for $75. Ladies ,,'
FOR SALE-Mobile Home 2 bedrooms pioneer speakers $50. Call 2646373 In bar. Call after 5:00: p.m. 264-
front dining room side side ref-freezer overhauled engine but won't start 5826 Hamilton watch $10. 771-5990 '; '"
available' / Immediately, equity PCS anytime body needs TLC $250 or best offer ext. .

Call 771.5096 __:;..... 1974 Blue Datsun 260.Z,4 spd, AC FM. 3424 ... FOR SALE: McGregor. Tourney VW BUG 1963. Rebuilt engine, new .':J' _
FOR SALE: 1973 Lemans GT. 3.Spd on FM Radio, and chrome wheels, 6,000 -- master golf clubs, 1, 3, 5 woods, 3-9 clutch, generator' & heater boxes, 33
$ 74 SUZUKI TS-250, low easy milesexcellent Irons, sand Iron, putted & bag $85. ml. per gallon. Owner transferred '
floor. Blue ext. & Int. Looks sharp. miles. Call after 4 p.m. 781-1856 PCS .
condition $700 or best offer. Dbl. bed with storage headboard & overseas. $500. 771.3598yoU
Excellent cond. $2800 or make offer.
771-4319 Call Dave at 725-4066,9 to 5 or 725.6194 table $40. 771.0925 ...-....,...
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1970 MAZDA, Station wagon, standard
trans. 28 MPG Call 711.2119

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FOR SALE: 1964 Pontiac Catalina 2 .,
br, HT, new tires and battery runs .
good $300. Call robert work 2710 home
711-4557


FOR SALE: 14,000 BTU Fedders air .'. 01'. .
conditioner, good condition $65. 7866665 1

is,

68 Dodge Cornette 318 Eng. 16 mpg. '4>' ,.. ,
Good tires good paint. 400. Power .'r' ,
steering 389.3968 "

1969 VW Pop-up Camper. Re.Built f .

Engine. Will consider trade for older -
car suitable for second car $1700. Call 'I

733.6584 -l-tary : :'

FOR SALE: BSRMcDonald stereo .
turntable with dust cover and
Pickering cartridge. Works well. $35.
Call 269.092 :
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FREE: Mix bred puppies very cuty. ,
Phone 778.1576 nbelp :

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For Sale: AKAI I M9 Tape recorder, :
$150.00, Yashlcamat twin lens reflex Wi
$30.00 Rlccar sewing machine with
attachments, $100. Call 711.1226
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Lelca M3 Lenses, Meter $300. Food .
Ulcer $75 8 track player $20 several S -
wall plagues $2 $12. Phone 711.1226 : s'--
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For Sale: 12 ga. Mossberg Pump r'c :
Shotgun like new $75. 357 Magnum .
771.5365 Ruger Security Six Like New $95. Call ..go

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.a 1960 Safari Travel Trailer .. Self
contained; sleeps 3; excellent condition
$600. 778.0347 .I'm Kathy.; And my low *

For Sale 1974 Suzuki TS 185 plus military fares can get you going all
helmet excel condition. $825 or best
offer. Call 786.6921 over the country. All you have to do

is show some military i identification
12 GA Remington Model 1100 Auto ..
Shotgun 30" vent rib barrel wfull when you make your reservation.
choke PH: 771.3533 after 5 p.m.

And with the money you save in the
Bookcase headboard
sliding door
panels. Antiqued In walnut, gold trim air, you can go have yourself a better
rails not Included. $9.00 771.8314
time on the ground.

Army field telephone set turn of Fly me to all these cities
crank rings the other. Not a toy. I great. __ _
External and ]
wirelng required. Range as save
long as wire $45. 771-8314 :
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FOR SALE: 1974 Kawasaki 750 ,
Excellent condition $1495 or pay
equity and take over payments. Call I '<.
786.5285 From Jacksonville i II >

Black Vinyl couch and chair In excellent Washington $49 I : ? :

condition. Ideal for apt. or I New Orleans 43 'I
mobile home. $65. Call 248 Cecil or 77$.
: 1647 NewYork ;58 II

I __.__. I Norfolk 45
i 1970 Cutlass new radial tires 3 speed
$1,000. Call 388-7353I Houston i 58 | ;
I t. ._..._.... Miami .
: 32 >.;
Would like to babysit In my home I I
day's or night's or by the week,
reasonable rates. 771-0474
L.I

I ,.,. FOR SALE: Pine China Cabinet,
; teakwood chest, small pine tables & 4 For '
information r '
;' chairs, G.E. Range, G.E. more or reser-

Refrigerator call YN2 Patterson, ext. vations( visit your SATO office or call
i 102-5 or 387-1560 after 5 p.m.
I National Airlines at 354-1785.
Coppertone refrigerator side by side
t I 21 CU. FT. Ice maker $175. Frost fret
i 2 door 15 cu. ft. $135 both excellent

I ,...., cond. 771.8968Danish a

sofa $35. Matching chair-
$15. Both In good condition. 16.In girls RyKalhy.SFIyNationaLr
bike -$10. 1.264.7373






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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 19 I


I Cdr. Renner takes helm of HS-15 ,ii


Submarine Jax--Helicopter Squadron Anti- relieved Renner by Cdr.William Indian Ocean. He's married to the USS Nimltz, the Navy's< <;\' "

Fifteen held its fourth formerly the former Sally E. Donahueof newest nuclearpowered"attack j
squadron Executive Of- He was. on board the Coatesville, Pa. and aircraft carrier. .
changeofcommandTuesday, July 15. ficer..' Essex during the Bay of 'they have two children, The squadron is the :r'"
Pigs and Cuban Mandy Jane and Michael. Navy's newest helicopter "
Cdr, Kenneth R. Mc- Capt. Wayne L. Jensen, Quarantine exercises. anti-submarine squadron '
Carty, skipper of HS-15 Commander of Helicopter HS-15 is presently and is flying the SH-3H Sea
since July 1974, wasD Sea Control Wing One, was Since then he has served deployed aboard the King helicopter.
guest speaker at the with HS-1 at NAS Key
ceremony'which was held West, Fla., as assistant
in hanger 123 here. navigator on board the Reserve MCPOF namedWashington I

JOHNSON USS Independence, with
MOTORS Cdr. Renner, a Naval HS-5 as administrative D.C. Master Master Chief of the Force,AFCM
aviator, began his Navy an operations, officer and Chief Yeoman Joseph Lalley has Richard P. Johnson in New
career in 1958. He flew SH- has attended the Naval been chosen as the new Master Orleans, In August.
Chief Petty Officer of the Force
BOATS 34 and SH-3A aircraft War Colle o at Newport, foFthe Naval Reserve.. The Master Chief of the Force
during his first tour of duty R.I )> provides assistance and guidance ,
) BON/TO BOATS7qe with HS-9 when he made Master Chief' Lalley is to all members of the Reserve :
several deployments on Cdr. Renner was 'currently serving as ad- enlisted community and
aIi3 I* ministrative officer and MCPOCof promotes communication amongits
board the USS Essex in maintenance officer for
BASS BOATS the Naval Air Reserve Unit, members. He also acts as an
the North Atlantic, the HS-1 prior to coming to HS- Norfolk, Va. He is scheduled to advisor on personnel matters to
A Mediterranean and in the 15 as XO. relieve the current Reserve the Chief of Naval Reserve.It's .

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FISHING BOATS not just what we do,

HU&MfimMARINE .
it's the way we do it.

World's L.rent Johnson DttltrMil
LANDINO OptnlDtytWttkly. PMONI..JII Right down to the last detail. .' : t:


Because a great restaurant is more than a great dinner. So service at ?

00l Red Lobster is always quick and efficient. The menu offers you a wide ,

..AI J .+;'-.- ':"', -, tJ" variety of seafood from all over the world. And our prices are: affordable. ." ,
... ;= .: More than 20 of the dinners on the menu are priced at less than $3.00. And d;":' .

"'r'.I'. \..)....,-,.. -. ""' I each includes crispy hush puppies, cole slaw, and your choice of french ,/ f" '
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W .e fried or baked potato.The six selections for children under 10 are less :

-. ,. ." ., .. than $1. At Red"!Lobster, we're proud of our service, too. :;"' ;'..... "


Only

Fried Shrimp $2.99 Broiled Snapper $3.49 .' ,-,' '

12 Minutes One dozen,crisp and golden Tempting golden brown,fresh
Half order,$2.39. delicate flavor.

and Shore Platter.$2.89 Half Dozen '

Golden fried shrimp,scallops, Fried Oysters $2.19
oysters and a crisp fish fillet. Tender selects,fried to a
One golden brown.
<<
Plentiful Platter$2.39
Fillet of Flounder $239
Six breaded shrimp in the
Bridge round plus fillets of Cooked to your preference, .
fried fish... either broiled or fried I
tasty crisp.

Away t ..,

That's all that separates you
from Wooolake, Jackson I t
ville's most spacious apartment '-, ,.,'
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community and the 'f<
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Naval Base.'Quiet, wooded .*..,; ,.. ., i it
grounds surround the residences .
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and extensive ,
recreational facilities. Six .' \
different floor plans let you
choose from luxury one. two "
and three bedroom garden .
I and three bedroom townhouse ';\1..\ ....'
styles. So if you're
looking for the finest in living ,'.:
accommodations. .cross
the Buckman Bjidgefwoodlake. .

.f>. And here's where you" get it; tl ..v.k" :.. \ ., 'i "
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V. 'Ii 7707 Expressway,Jacksonville .
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A planned community.luxury jf blocks West of Regency Square Mall on, Arlington Expressway. ': \ I
:'. Sun-Thr 11:30-10:00,Fri&Sat: 11:30-11:00. .'; II: '
woodlake '' V "" :-. "

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r woodlake way we do things brings people back:: ;

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LSTAMP CIRCLESBy

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Albert B.Close Pacific Ocean and its four
BRITISH INDIAN new stamps celebrate i
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11 OCEAN TERRITORY anniversaries of the past
l k This island group is 75 years which relate to
k currently displayingnative that industry. Values are
wildlife flowers on a 5, 7, 15 and 25 cents.
} stamp quartet with these PAPUA, NEW GUINEA
s values: 50 and 65 cents, The Fifth South Pacific
x"i and one and 1.60 rupees. Games on Guam are being
Only Latin names are commemorated by four
given for the blossoms, but August 20 adhesives with
their plants also produce themes of boxing track
fruits and herbs which are and field, basketball, ''and
used for medicinal pUr- swimming. Abstract
poses. forms are on these items
,.ST. HELENA This with values of 7, 20, 25 and
South Atlantic Ocean 30 toeas.
island colony has just Bicentennial FootnotesPHILADELPHIA
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f. f a I, :,( : issued a pair of com- PA. -
... y 'd' > memoratives nothing the When Benjamin Franklinwas
bicentenary' the returnof postmaster here in
Captain James Cook to pre-Independence years, it
the area. was his custom to have his
,
Captain Cook made his official mail marked,
1 second voyage to the "Free-B. Franklin,", as a
is 1775 while tryingto no-cost indicia.
colony
INVESTING IN A VEST Glenda Marsh, vice president and
I, determine the existenceof The British Governmentout treasurer of the HS-1 Enlisted.Wives Club, presents a $70 check to
another continent to the lawed this practice, Officer G.W. Carmichael of the'Jacksonville Sheriff's Department,
SHIP
ENGINEER'S results of the Enlisted Wives recent bake sale to raise
south. and so, with a 'slightly enough moneyto
DAUGHTER Lillian Muller,
"Invest in Vest"to help the law officials.
!\ PLAYBOY Magazine Playmateof NAURU -- Phosphate humorous twist, Franklin a protect
the Month, knows her knots mining is the major in- got his revenge when he _. __' ._nn_
r; and how to tie them. Photo dustry on this island was appointed Postmaster offered in connection with cancelled with the B. Free
I:: courtesy of PLAYBOY. replublic in the Western General by the Continental the opening of the B. Free Franklin postmark.
Congress on July 26, 1775. Franklin Post Office in Envelopes cost 35 cents
Thereafter, Franklin's Philadelphia as part of the
each or three for $1. Or-
I\ Every Tuesday.. official mail bore the in-" Franklin Court Complex ders will be filled as long
dicia, "B. Free Franklin. Further details on this will
ALL THE BEER YOU CAN DRINK!... A philatelic cancellation 'as the supply lasts. A
Franklin's' betannounced. t'i .. later.' stamped envelope.,with

} BEER & WINE HAPPY HOUR 3'7Pm! unique reproducing indicia will be I Collectors, desiring the return address each should order,
2Sc bAAJT BEERIFooz&BoOz! made available to cancellation may send accompany
addressed to "Franklin
collectors beginning July stamped, self-addressed Souvenir
envelopes to "B. Free Envelope,
6781 WILSON BOULEVARD (Near Lane Ave.) 7724420 26.A ,souvenir envelopewith Franklin Cancel, Post- Postmaster", Philadelphia,
the indicia is being master, Philadelphia, Pa. Pa., 19101.
t 19101." Both the cancellationand
I. .1 The souvenir envelopes the souvenir envelopewill
fI feature a pen and ink be available on a
I 1\, drawing of Franklin on a handback basis in

1 V Attention Military & Civil Service Personnel! 1! 10-cent stamped, Liberty envelope Bell and Philadelphia 26. beginningJuly

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NRMC drops VP-5



in base championshipJaxNRMC M fMA ei1 lK

y
won the two singles in paving the .mtf
base Fastpitch Cham- ({ i'.
way for the NRMC victory. 74 er
pionship with a score of 2-1 .
Bryan pitched shut out ball 9"m. y -k+" .AIM81G d 'AC
in a play off game against and struck out ten VP-5

VP-5,,, last Monday night. batters in the 22 inning,
Doug Cavagnaro of two game play off againstthe
NRMC led off the third defending champs.

inning with' a single, and The NRMC record for
was driven home by Jim the year was 20-1. NRMC era yI

Dupuis' triple, who then has held the base Fast-

scored on John Bailey's pitch Championship title WPM

fielder's choice. for six of the past seven
NRMC pitcher, Rester years.Seckinger. NAS JAX'S DAVE COX, No. 11,advanced to second by John Hanson's single' 'in the Jax-Orlando
slow pitch Softball game held here last week,with Orlando defeating Jax 3-2. Pensacola wiped out
held VP-5 to just
Bryan Jax 4.1 in double elimination play Saturday morning to take the 1975 Sixth Naval District Slow Pitch.'to.

I Key refund I Campionship.


Locker key deposits made by advancesJaxDave I
patrons at the golf course and
bowling center, will be refunded ,-I.)
Seckinger, VP-5
upon application at the facility -
"Mad Foxes", won the singles
where deposit was made., Re-
honors in the JAX area COM-

, lockers registration will be of accomplished patrons using at SEABASWINGSLANT tour- Get five
nament by handling four op- expert
time of request for deposit
ponents. The win advances Daveto
,
refund. Cut off date to obtain the CINCLANTFLT tour-
; refunds is 1 August 1975. nament being held this week in

Stop for colors Mayport.TRANSMISSION". opinions on


motirists Jax-NAS failing Security,to stop advises their, in Florida

vehicles in observance of the FLUID CHANGE retiring :
raising of the colors at 8 a.m.,
daily-will be subject/ to receipt of .,
minor offence reports. MAA

fenders personnel'and are will on issue alert tickets for,of-as $1088 From Lt Col Rolfe Arnhym, USA Ret

appropriate.STOCKCHR. Lt Col I Alex USA Ret
Includes new.fluid, new pan Drashpil,
gasket, cleaning screens and
filters checking linkages Lt Thomas Roberts USN Ret
and hoses and test drive All ,
for|List S 10 88 Any car Considering
the price,of a new Lt Col'Myron Smith, USA Ret
it could be tlv
t'insmissiqn' and Lt Col John, Wales, USAF Ret

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They're our Military Advisory Board, Five military professionals who
MR6 knew what they wanted out of retirement. And found it. In our Florida

RACINGEVERY communities. The ones carefully planned to take advantage of all the

SATURDAY NITE good life Florida offers. With convenience to military facilities and services.
Two members of our Military Board live on the West Coast. One in
1333 North Main St. 353-7581
NEW JACKSONVILLE 5609 Phillips Hwy. 733-1866 the Orlando area. And two more at our Jacaranda Community near Fort
6015 Merrill Road 744-2322 Lauderdale. All of them love it.
SPEEDWAYNORTH
535 Cassat Avenue 387-5648 So if you're thinking about retirement, mail this coupon for our free

: ON MS information kit. ,Including the "Report on Military Retirement Facilitiesand

PECAN PARK ROAD If your rooms Advantages in Florida;' prepared with the help of our Military Board.It's '1'
PHONE 757-5425 complete with a simple map and,chart showing where military! facilities
look tired or are, and what they are.There'araalso: colorful brochures on eachof

call the communities. Plus some of the Board's comments. After all, they'rethe I
hopeless
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'1'1' bested all opponents in the instructor has been found.

: open division to emerge Those 10 years & up & are
the 1975 6ND Tennis dependents of Cecil Field

Champion He did not losea Personnel are eligible.

single match.Defending Lessons will be held each

championE.J. Monday & Thursday at

Ejercito of VS-30 had 1000 for 6 weeks.

an easy time defeating all SOFTBALLVA66cameupwith2 t f fr Keep

comers without losing a big
single set in the Jr. Vet
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Division. "E.J. was 1st place. They dropped
runnerup in last years Medical 5-4 & VA-37 10-8. I t Up.
finals. CDR Behning, XO

1 of VS-31 was the runnerup STANDINGSVA66
to "E.J.ff 5-1
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SOLANT Tourney at Little VS-30 4-2 To the thousands of' ..

I Creek last week and both VA-45 5-3 r employers who have signed} .'-
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the Guard and Reserve;our :..
finished in the runnerup Marines 3-2 sincere thanks.To those ,
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I NewJaxThe intramural program organizedThe 'J j I


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Fall Intramural Sports is following schedule the scheduled games or organizational meetings at For further information ron

Program is presently being planned: matches have been for- which times rules and the Intramural I

being organized for An official intramural feited) will be charged to regulations for various program, contact ohe NAS y

Bowling, Touch Football, sports entry and forfeit fee the unit Recreation Fund leagues and sports will be Jax Athletic Director at

I Golf, Pistol, Tennis, contract will be for any team failing tohave discussed and outlined. Ext. 3239.

: Handball, Ping-Pong, and distributed to all units and the required numberof .. ..n....... ............... ........................................................'.
: Soccer teams. commands, which must be participants appear fora < > < X xi j g' llif.iiijj@::

t All military personnel on properly endorsed to af- scheduled game. When a ej1fiHili I

,. active duty for 90 days or firm entry in a particular team has forfeited V4 of SPORTS BRIEFS

longer assigned to units or sport. their scheduled games, the

commands participating The team will be ineligible for Bowling JACKSONVILLE EXPRESSThe
rules of the
In- further competition. Intramural' bowling tour- Jacksonville Express
i in the NAS Composite
b tramural Sports Program Teams who fail to notify nament has been postponed until Exhibition game against Hawaii
s Recreation* Fund, are .stipulate that a forfeit fee the Athletic Director's 4 August due to lack of entries will be held at the Gator Bowl,
eligible to compete in the of$20.00 for the first forfeit Office 'and rosters, according to NAS July 26 at 7:30: p.m. Tickets sell
Bldg. 563, phone' ''Jax Athletic Director Frank for and be
NAS Intramural Sports and $10.00 for each ad- $5.00 $6.50. They may
and Recreation Program. ditional 3239, that they will be McCaffrey.The < purchased through Special
forfeit (until V4 of unable to field a team at Services Ticket Office, Bldg. 620.
new deadline for entries
least five hours prior to the will be Friday, July 25. POOLHOURSCHANGE'
game, shall be penalizedas Effective 17 July, Pool 715 will
I GOLFTOURNEYThe at 1500 and remain
PORT ORGANIZATIONAL STARTING assessable forfeit. open open
an Fleet Air Jax Golf Tour- until 1900 on weekdays except
MEETING DATESBowling' Personnel participatingin nament is scheduled to begin July Wednesday when it will be closed

9 July 28 July the golf program are 28.Deadline for entries is Friday, for cleaning. Weekend hours will "-
I Touch Football 23 July 11 August reminded that all con- 25 July. remain the same, 1200-2000.

Golf 6 August 25 Sept. testants must have a paid-

\t Pistol 20 August 8 Sept. up monthly or annual o

Tennis 10 August 22 Sept. greens fee card or pay the

\ Handball 24 Sept. 6 Oct.I daily greens fee of$1.00.for

I Ping Pong 1 Oct. 13 Oct. each scheduled intramural

I ,Soccer. 15 Oct. TI Oct. match.

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I TALLAHASSEE Election of a Other items on the agenda wildlife management areas and 1 REG CENTER RAMBLINGSPING
chairman and vice-chairman for include establishment of the review the addition of new landsto
I 1975-76 will highlight the meeting Cypress Creek Wildlife the public hunting area
of the Game and Fresh Water Management Area in Hamilton program. Category two wildlife PONG
I' Fish Commission scheduled for County and the addition of 45,108 management areas Include landsin Ping Pong Results for the week:
Jacksonville on Friday, July 25. acres to the Lake Butler Wildlife private ownership that are Randy Hardie over Bobby Howard; Rick Hardie over
'i Management Area in Columbia, made available for public hun- Steve Feranec;
I 'i The meeting will be at the Union and Bake counties. ting through a permit system The finals will take place tomorrow at the rec center.
Turtle Inn located at Atlantic
The Commission will also adopt controlled by the landowners.A .
, 1'1 r Beach and is scheduled to begin general hunting regulations report on a survey of There have been no horseshoe challenges for the past
, j I at 9 a.m. applying to all category two productive fishery areas of the week. All those who signed up for the tournament should
St. Johns River in Putnam come in and issue challenges. '

l .tl Gators envy Jaws ? County hyacinth and control a in proposal prime bass for 8-BaIl .

, I : The leaders thus far in the 8-Ball are
TALLAHASSEE Could It be "A l large alligator is quite spawning and rearing areas will Tourney Stan
r that envy of a shark is the factor capable of injuring a person, but be presented. rOn Howard, Jay Howard, Dave Keller, and Lynn Sturch.
f that has triggered an increase in unless cornered .or provoked it Thursday, July 2U members Some of those that., have participated so far are Mark
alligator attacks? will usually retreat," Frye said. of the Commission will meet Norris and John Buerman.
Dr. O.E. Frye, director of the "The exception is an alligator with the Everglades
Game and Fresh Water Fish which has lost its fear of man Recreational Planning Board fora Day Camp
Commission, doubts that the through constant exposure to review of the Everglades There are still a few openings left for the July 28
Florida alligator has read the humans. Feeding alligators is Recreation project. The meetingis session'of summer Day Camp. For more 'informationcome
book viewed the' film that scheduled for 8 a.m.
or probably the most common cause
to the Dependents Recreation Center at 523
Bldg.
focuses attention on the activitiesof of this problem." On Thursday afternoon the ,
a man-eating shark but he does The Commission makes a Commission will meet with or call 772-3127,,
increase in the number members of the administrativeand
report an
sincere effort. to capture and
of alligator attacks over previous relocate large nuisance field staff for' a regular Swim team needs sponsorcoachJaxThe
*** workshop session. No action will
years. however, such
alligators
# ; Frye stated that the Com- ture is not; always easy as large cap be taken at the Thursday Navy Jax in AAU swim meets.
. mission has recorded a total of alligators learn to escape the meetings. Swim Team urgently Qualified judges and
, five alligator attacks during 1975. Commission Chairman OgdenM.
normal capture techniques. needs a liason officerstarters also needed.
are ,
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The highest number on recorded Phipps pointed out that all
prior to this year was four each According ,to Frye, the meetings of the Commission are active duty sponsor and Anyone interested in
t: ,t during 1972 and 1973. One of the alligator has made a strong open and he extended an in- coach. The team is applying for these I '
\ 1973 attacks was fatal. recovery and approaches vitation to sportsmen and citizensto composed of young people positions, please contact
i The Commission records indicate maximum density in certain attend the meetings on both training for AAU competition Mrs. Lagdon, 387-3580.
that only during recent areas.The, alligator classed. as days.Commission. and activeDon't
t is'very
t years has there been an increase a threatened species of wildlife members are: .
of unprovoked attacks. In almost and is protected by both state and Ogden M. Phipps, Miami; E.P.
'I' dvery instance, the alligators federal laws. Citizens are "Sonny" Burnett, Tampa; Dr. '
I t,j-I. involved in attacks are in- reminded that it is a violation to Donald Rhodes, Satellite Beach; I be fueBsh. I
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