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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: January 24, 1974
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval I Air Station, Jacksonville
Florida JANUARY 24, 1974I



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PAGE 2 JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER


I NAS gourmets grade Dining Hall One I IBy


mentioned most often was you take the price into
J03 John Doose pared Jax's Dining Hall to Most of the complaintsmade
consideration
its
that they would like to see hard to
others in the survey dealt
they've eaten in if "
Jax The Jax Air Newsof they had any complaints with the quality of the food milk put back on the beat.
January 10, 1974 con- Some evening menu. While this survey may
about the quality or and not the quantity.
tained an article that quantity, if they had heard said that the food was One comment made by not prove anything con-
announced the fact that other people complain and usually cold, that the an ADJ1 from VW-4 who clusive, it doespoint out the
NAS Dining Hall No. 1 was what changes they would meats were usually all had 18 years of service to fact that there are quite a

instituting some changesin like to" see in the menu. bone or fat and that the his credit may have pin- few people complainingand
their menu that would After the results were vegetables were either pointed the reason why that even though the

offer their patrons more tallied the only thing all 37 undercooked or over- those below E-5 seemed to majority may come from

variety.As people seemed to con- cooked. One comment that have the most complaints.He the lower ranks there are

it happened, right sistently agree upon was was indicative of most of said the younger some coming from the
after the article appeared that they had heard others the others of this nature patrons seem to make the higher ranks too.
several complaints started complaining. Twentytwoof came from a CSSN who mistake of "trying to Perhaps if the people
filtering into the Jax Air those people had no has been in the Navy two compare the food with who are doing the com-
News office about the complaints themselves years. He said that even Mom's cooking" without plaining would complain to
Dining Hall and the food it while 15 had very little in though he rated Jax's considering the fact that someone other than the

was serving. the way of compliments.An Dining Hall as superior to Mom never had to cook for guy sitting next to them in
Deciding to get to the interesting discovery others he had eaten in, he so many people. His the dining hall the guys
bottom of the matter, the was'the fact that 14 of the felt that the grade of food opinion of the food was back at work or the guy

Jax Air News conductedan 22 who had no complaints used could be a little that it was "very good". outside taking a survey;
informal survey of ((64pct.) were E-5s and better. On the other end of the something would get done.
Dining Hall One patronslast above while 10 of the 15 The few who did rank spectrum was the But if people who

Thursday, Friday and ((67pct.) who had com- complain about the comment made by an AN complain don't really

Monday. plaints came from those quantity all felt that more from VP-49 with 15 monthsin believe enough in their
A total of 37 people were below the rank of E-5. than one meat should be the Navy behind him. own complaints to see that
polled on the three days Twenty-three of those offered in the main line He said that of the four they are presented to the

with 19 coming from the who expressed their and that even with secondsthe dining halls he's eaten in in right people, then maybe
ranks of E-5 and above and opinions said that the Jax quantity of meat was the last 15 months, Jax's they aren't really as upset

18 coming from below the Dining Hall was either barely enough for a full "is, the worst", but he about it as they might

E-5 ranks. equal or better when meal. This was also a added that "even with the indicate they are.
As they came out of the compared with others comment frequently madein mentioned shortcomings Maybe there really isn't

Dining Hall they were while 14 said it was not as regards to changes they (Coo.vegetables overcookedand anything wrong with the
asked if they were regular good as others they had would like to see in the overall quality varies food at the Dining Hall. Or

patrons, how they com- eaten in. menu. The other change from day to day), when is there?

Letter to the Editor



I Jax Air -News catering to 2 percent' minority ?



To The Editor: officer to take action to civilian employment is in as they should, but -we The article about the
The editorial in the Jax correct these violations the best interest of the don't think we should effects of typesof dischargeson

Air News for the past two whenever and wherever so Navy. I suggest that you ignore the problem with civilian employmentwas

weeks has been observed.The review the Jax Air News the minority.If supplied by the
demoralizing to say the officers and men of caption.Cdr.F.L.Woodlief. American Forces Press
least. Why not take the Patrol Squadron Five will other squadrons and Service an official
positive side and cast a continue to measure up to VP.5 CO commands follow the Department of Defense

constructive vote for the this responsibility not only Cdr. Woodlief: example you cite at VP-5 publication supplied to
within the confines of the the MAAs won't have to do
majority? The two percentget As you said, the military newspaper
enough attention. command spaces but editorials in our past two what they're doing now: editors containing feature
wherever and whenever. If Cleaning up a mess that
The were"demoralizing" stories aimed at military
Navy has
someone else created
it is considered harass- by
established standards for It's not a not personnel. We doubt that
ment, our most humble showing proper
grooming and dress. Those happy situation when a leadership.With anyone who read about
few that violate these apologies.P.S. handful of violators makeit what lies ahead for a
standards must be made to I am not sure that necessary for the station regard to the story person with an other than
the article that promotedthe MAA Force to be at the about the
adhere to the rules.It Navy ExchangeHair honorable discharge would
Navy Exchange men'shair Galley and Navy Exchange Stylist we feel that want to settle for anythingless
is the responsibilityboth stylist and a to exercise the new services at the Navy than honorableIf
sworn and morally of discussion the of
on types
discipline that should have
Exchange should be articles such as that
each officer and petty discharges and effect on been taken care of brought to the attention of one (and the editorials)

beforehand by effective our readers-even if they keep just one more person
leadership in the violators' benefit
1----- long-haired squared away we think
working spaces. dependents. Military we've done our job.
We agree that the personnel who return witha Editor
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspipe"
distributed each Thursday the U.S. Naval Air Station majority of Navy per- non-regulation hair cut
Jacksonville. Florida by the Holt Publishing: Company a sonnel are both abiding by can be cured with a
private firm. All Copy submitted Jor use in th*JAX AIR NEWS and enforcing regulations, prompt return trip. Safety
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office. Box 2. NAS -
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News ]Big welcome greets
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 112.3118 deposit.
or 3119.
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made return of "Prohibition"
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to
race, creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser. Jax--NAS Jax
has
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this proved that you don't need booze to I
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in the have a successful party. II....,
to advertising from that An estimated 300
refusal print source. people returned Prohibition to the
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Candlelight Restaurant Saturday
night with
concerning such should be directed to featuring soft drinks a night
sandwiches
pizza and family
/v0"\ THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY entertainment.The .
|;:- 5 4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 "Unusual Southern Onkers"
} a USO
""OM' Telephone 387-3564 group, combined their Phil pantomime
talents
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[VOL. 31 NO. 43 JANUARY 24, 1974 ( Due to the success of the no-alcohol could enjoy.

Prohibition party has been scheduled party, another,7 Take !stock in America.
for
Enlisted Mens Club. Feb. 9 the Buy US.Savings! Bonds.
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24, 1974 JAX AIR
NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 3


I VP-49 marks 90,000 hours of safe flying. ; I


Jax-VP-49 accomplished a significant milestone in \
aviation safety Jan. 18 by marking their 90,000th ac w y; '

cident-free flight hour. t ..
The flight was a check ride for LCdr. Doug Rollings, s

VP-49's Safety Officer, with Lt. John Drake, squadron ;,' Sp
NATOPS Officer, as flight instructor.On /MT 5.5 I S ,' .

hand to meet the crew upon their arrival was Capt. .&1.,, Zf ". r

Albert P. Lesperance, Commander Patrol Wing 11, and fi r' ,
Cdr. Victor S. Gulliver, VP-49 Commanding Officer. ,,

The accident-free flight hours were accomplishedover z
the past 11 years in both the P-5 and P.3 aircraft. F

During this time the squadron has made several i .
deployments to the Pacific and the treacherous flight 'S e rr
conditions of Iceland and the North Atlantic. r

This accomplishment shows the professionalism and
attention to detail of the Navy flyers of VP-49 and
reflects the continuous importance of aviation safety
that has been a part of the squadron's indoctrination of
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flight crews and maintenance personnel. r/: :/

VP-49 is returning to Keflavik, Iceland in the near
future and plans to mark the twelfth year of accident-
free flying while maintaining its primary task of anti-
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submarine warfare in the North Atlantic.
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    .int >e inning In j i p'ml of ..ifu\: SAFELY HOME AGAIN-Lt.John Drake (Left), VP-49 NATOPS Officers greeted by Capt. Albert
    a\\a+i\ (from )our ipsiAd' : "hoil. Cold "ikr i:*. P. Lesperance, COMPATWING 11, after he and LCdr. Doug Rollings (Background) returned from I
    due POMIIXiumis: kliould! K I.IMII a earn hith 101UillOikl.ri.nl.uruilu.il flying the squadron's 90,000th accident-free
    soon I .willi w"inns lUr: .iddidctwtinuxuklv hour. LCdr. Rollings is VP-49's Safety Officer.
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    JANUARY 24, 1974 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE


    I Cdr. Weir to become 'Top Fox' tomorrow I


    Jax Cdr. Richard W. Last year Cdr. Woodlief aviation patrol squadron. .
    Weir will assume com- became the first Naval Capt. Albert P.
    mand of VP-3 tomorrow at Flight Officer in the Lesperance, Commander
    Hangar 1000, relieving history of Naval Aviationto Patrol Wing 11, will in-
    Cdr. Frank L.. Woodlief. assume command of an troduce the guest speaker,

    RAdm. Harold G. Rich,
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    'flI \ Wings, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. l4 1
    After the address by r

    Adm. Rich, Cdr. Woodliefand b ww 4 ,
    Cdr. Weir will read
    their orders and upon ., Y9N :) '
    completion of the j
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    a
    traditional "I relieve you,
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    become the new Com- .',1
    manding Officer of the i! 1
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    f Districtwhere Commanding he Officer.servedas : : .

    Since reporting to VP-5 in izT/
    January, he has served as

    the Officer.squadron's Executive _

    The new skipper has : :
    logged over 7,000 flying
    hours during his naval -
    career and has previously _._ Ai
    served in the Jacksonvillearea
    Cdr Frank L. Woodlief
    with Patrol

    Squadrons 18, 30 and 45.

    Cdr Woodlief has ordersto
    report to Commander, WITHOUT ADVERTISING YOU WOULDN'T KNOW
    Second Fleet for duty.
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    JANUARY 24, 1974
    6 AIRWINGER
    JAX AIR NEWS-
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    Lange award goesto


    VP-49 Crew 4Jax


    VP-49 Crew 4 has been awarded the squadron's William F.
    Lange Award,designating it as the top"49er"ASW crew.
    / d 0 r The award was established as a memorial in honor of a former VP-

    .. ; 7: :- . 49 officer who was killed in a 1962 automobile accident.
    ; Competition between all 11 crews in the squadron was based on crew
    Military'financial readiness and a point system reflecting the crew's individual and crew.
    coordinated capabilities.These .
    capabilities were demonstrated in ASW exercises with U.S.
    submarines and in the ASW ground trainers.
    Accepting the award for the crew was the plane commander, Capt.
    Pete Corry, a Canadian exchange officer.
    I The other members of Crew 4 are: Ltjg( ) Dave Scruggs, copilotjLtjg ;
    ( ) Steve Vagts, ,third pilot; Lt. Jules Craynock, tactical coor
    1 / / 0I dinator; Ens.Dave Walker, navigator-communicator; AW2 Jack
    Carrigan, AWAN Joe Mosier and AW3 aeff Fasnacht, sensor
    operators; A02 Jim Tyree, ordnanceman; AEC Jim Stegner; flight
    0 / engineer; ADJ1 Joe Valentino, second mechanic; and AX1 Lloyd
    Howell, flight technician.ALL .
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    Expectant parents course .. .
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    offered at HospitalJax ;,


    Miss Ruth Cooper, Red Cross Hospital Field Director, has :
    announced that there will be a Red Cross Expectant Parents course
    taught by Mrs. Dorothy Willard, Red Cross volunteer nurse instructors
    ,and sponsored by Naval Regional Medical Center, OB-GYN
    and Pediatric Services.
    This is a series of six classes of two hours each on Wednesday
    evening from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. beginning Wednesday, February
    6, in the Conference Room at the Naval Hospital.A j:1
    new series of classes begins every other month and there is no
    charge for these classes. Expectant fathers are encouraged to attend
    along with the expectant mothers.
    The content of these sessions is excellent, offering such informationas
    : prenatal nutrition, infant layette, labor and delivery, newborncare
    feeding and safety, and growth and development.These 6 .
    classes include films,demonstrations and a tour of the Naval v F. {
    Hospital's new born nursery. In addition, there will be discussions led rye :
    by representatives of the Obstetric and Pediatric Services.

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    FOR SERVICEMEN s 600 double occupancy Beaudrot, HC-2 Maintenance Officer, during Tuesday's "Fleet Angel" change of command

    Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood ceremony.
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    of HC-2 Tuesday in ceremonies at Hangar 122.
    MOTOR HOTEL
    9' 901 Main Street Phone 355.3744 The new skipper becomes the Helicopter Squadron. the years, HC-2 has rescued
    26th leader of the "Fleet Angels", Commissidned as VX-3 on April nearly 2,000 people (both militaryand
    WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL POINTS OF INTEREST
    the Navy's first and oldest 1, 1947 at NAS Floyd Bennett civilian) from shipwrecks,
    Field, Brooklyn, N.Y., the aircraft ditchings, floods,
    squadron split three years later hurricanes, snowstorms- and
    into two separate squadrons: enemy hostility.
    WE SELL VOLVOS Helicopter Utility SquadronsHU The "Fleet Angels" posted
    ( ) One and Two. their first combat rescues in 1965
    On July 1, 1960 a new squadron, when HC-2 Detachment 62
    FOR A LIVING. OURS. HU-4, branched out of HU-f with members were decorated for
    the mission of deploying exclusively rescuing four downed aviators
    with non-aviation from a North Vietnam moun-

    AND YOURS.Here Atlantic Fleet ships. taintop.In .

    The designation of all three June 1972, the squadron was

    are the reasons some people buy our Volvos: squadrons was changed from first on the scene at Pottstown,
    to Pa to rescue victims caught in
    Helicopter Utility Helicopter
    Combat Support (HC) in 1965. the floods spawned by Hurricane

    Seeing The driver of a Volvo ing braking and cornering than a If you ever turn over. You Agnes.
    sedan is surrounded by 26-sq.-ft. non-radial. have a Volvo roof under Last October HC-2 moved here Four days of round-the-clock
    of safety glass. Which does more head. It has supported the weight your from NAS Lakehurst, N.J. as operations saved hundreds of
    than improve your view of the of six more Volvos( I6.074lbs.! ). part of the economic realignmentof lives in the flood-stricken Potts-
    scenery: it improves your view Atlantic Fleet activities.In down and Wilkes-Barre-
    of other cars. In foul weather, an 7 carrying out its mission over Scranton areas of Pennsylvania.
    electric rear window defroster,

    defogger keeps you abreast of If too quickly:1l1l' I;.;.;.;.;.;.;;:;;;;;:;;:;::::::::.:.:.:.:...:..........:.:.;.:.;.;.:.;.:.:.:.:.:-:.:-:-:-;.:.:,.:-:.:.:-:-:-:.:->>:.;:-:-:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.;.;.;.;,;.;.;
    what's behind.Stopping. you stop
    Disc brakes resist car behind may hit you. In this
    l.ulmg better than drum brakes. event M-vcral things) will happen TORRANCE'S KITCHENJax
    So every Volvo has (fourheelpowerassisted Ftr t. Volvos! enugv-iibsorbmu!!
    bumper \\ill take up some of the
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    Impact. Then the energy-
    absorbing rear end will!| lake up
    r some more Finally, the Lick- -Our request for readers to share their recipes with this column
    received an answer last week.
    rests on the bucket( seats (v\ith
    their friction coupling) will give YN2 Pat Norton of the NAS Jax Officer Personnel Office presentedus
    way to mimmi/e vthiplash. with a recipe for peanut brittle which has brought raves from her
    disc brakes. And recruiter husband, PNl Greg Norton. '
    If you don't stop quickly
    Volvo's dual Jr
    circuit braking !system Peanut Brittle
    enough. An
    with three wheels on each absorbs energy-absorbing INGREDIENTS: 3 cups sugar, 1 cup white corn syrup, 4 cup water,
    So
    circuit, still provides about bumpu Impact. docs Credit goes to MX boxed steel 3 cups raw peanuts, 3 tablespoons butter, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 teaspoons
    80% braking power if one cir.Fi' an energy-absorbing front end. pillars that surround you in the soda.

    Under extreme shaft pressure the a divided passenger Combine sugar,corn syrup,and water and boil until mixture spins a
    steering prevents steer. compartment. thread.
    Ad peanuts. Cook Add
    over medium heat until light brown.
    wheel from
    ing being forced in butter,salt and
    soda.Stir
    only until butter melts.
    'MUldmr'IWhat against the driver. Combined
    three-point seat belts (shoulder thin Pour, cool onto and greased break platter into ,cookie sheet or buttered foil. Spread very
    harness plus lap belt) keep serving size pieces.
    you I A word of warning to those of
    in seat In tests. Volvos who are unfamiliar with the reaction
    your
    you stop on. Radial have been driven into a brick small mixing the soda into the hot syrup mixture: it foams violently and if a

    tires. Standard on every Volvo.A .wall at 30 mph with no deformation we have container is used could cause a spill or burn.
    radial tire is constructed to of the rt. Style.With Volvo not tried this recipe in Torrance's Kitchen, but our con-
    passenger
    comp It'lmore tributor
    a reports its taste is it isNFO
    keep more tread on the road dur ment. question of lifestyle. p'epared. exceeded only by the ease with which



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    PARRISH Jax:-Due to extensive reporting of FY 74 Military Pay Navy
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    expenditures
    Jacksonville required by a SecNav Message,
    area Navy Finance Offices will be closed for
    regular business on Feb. 5.
    2525 PHILIPS HWY (US No. 1 So.) PHONE 396-5486 This includes telephone inquiries.

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    1974" JAX AIR| NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 9


    P-3 expert visits VP-45: ; ,

    Jax-This week VP-45 had the pleasure of hosting Mr. Jay Beasley,
    an instructor pilot from Lockheed.
    Associated with flying for over 40 years, Beasley started his careerin
    aviation at the age of 13 as an aircraft mechanic's helper. ,
    Since then he's flown as an airline pilot, corporate pilot, a ferry pilot
    during World War II,and for the past 22 years as an instructor pilot for .
    Lockheed. ,,
    During those 22 years,he has been a close friend of the Navy,having
    \ w s xr instructed or flown with over 3,000 pilots in various types of aircraft. .
    : __ Beasley conducted the initial and follow-on training for the Super
    L \ _I rR Constellation and was an instructor for the P-2 before the concept of t
    the RAG squadron came into effect.In .
    VyM1 1953 he toured several foreign countries demonstrating
    feathered prop landings in the P-2 prior to the adoption of Jet ods.
    He was an instructor for the jet pod modification on the P2V-5 and
    i ty'J'"b has accumulated 30 hours in P-2's with both props feathered. ..
    $-I _ _ _ Beasley was an instructor pilot for the P-3 when the "Orion" was
    ___ '?w introduced to the Fleet in 1962 and has received the Distinguished
    : Service Medal, the highest award the Navy can present to a civilian,
    ;
    / for his work as the lead pilot for the Pacific Coast P-3 transition.He .
    : currently spends 27 to 29 weeks a year sharing his vast
    knowledge of the aircraft with squadrons. ,
    Beasley is married to the former Ilene Aubrey. The couple has one ;
    son,Jay,Jr., a Naval aviator who served with VR-21 and is now in the
    Reserves.

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    HEADED FOR THE FLEET RESERVE-TD1 Norman G. Nahring accepts congratulations and 4141c
    the National Ensign from LCdr. L.E. Treadway, FASOTRAGRULANT OinC as he transfers to the
    Fleet Reserve after 20 years of Naval service. Looking on is Petty Officer Nahring's wife, Kitty.
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    I "Sea Control" has special meaning for HS-15. .. I


    By Lt.Dave Shickle no catapults. dipping sonar, it also had to be
    Jax-In recent weeks, it has Reduced SpendingThis capable of performing roles
    become evident that many peopledo ship is designed to meet previously assumed by VA and
    not understand what HS-15 and the demand for reduced Defense VP aircraft. This necessitatedthe
    the Sea Control Ship are all spending and at the same time development of a new helo
    about. This is an attempt to ex provide an operating platform for along with new tactics,and a new
    Take-Off and breed of helicopter ASW pilot had
    plain, in general terms, the Vertical-Short
    purpose and mission of our Landing (V-STOL) aircraft and to be trained. Hence, the role ofHS15
    squadron.It helicopters.It was conceived.
    begins with one of the basic will be used in situations suchas HS-15 was not commissioned
    G purposes for having a Navy: Sea escorting convoys, underway because the Navy needed another
    Control. Even today the oceans replenishment groups or am- HS squadron,but rather to be the
    provide the easiest and most phibious groups where the larger, first Sea Control Ship Squadron.
    economical means of effectively more expensive CVA s with their Its mission was, and still is, to
    transporting the massive amountof attack air wings may not be conduct operations in support of
    commerce and trade on which required or available due to their the test and evaluation of the Sea
    the world's economic balance cost and priority Control Ship and the Sea Control
    depends.If The developers anticipated Ship Concept.The .
    any one nation were able to demands by increasingly money- varying conditions under
    obtain control of the sea lanes, it conscious Congresses to substantiate which the squadron is asked to
    would have the other nations of the effectiveness of the function are to determine the
    .. the world at its mercy. Becauseof new concept with facts instead of most economical and yet
    this, nations have long soughtto theories before they authorize I the adequate design for the Sea
    PREPARING FOR ACTION--HS-15 Ordnancemen load sonobouyson build strong navies for the money required. Control Ship.
    board an SH-3H before an ASW mission.HONDA. purpose of either obtaining They realized that the concept The many tests which the
    control of the sea lanes or would have to be proven before squadron conducts are to gather
    preventing others from obtainingthat the first ship could be built. data to determine the exact
    control. Evaluation of the concept was capabilities of the concept.A .
    The already strong and assigned to the Commander New Helo
    growing Soviet Submarine Force Operational Test and Evaluation With the arrival of the SH-3H
    presents the greatest threat to Force. Since the closest thing to the new multi-sensor ASW
    JACKSONVILLE- free and open sea lanes yet faced. the proposed Sea Control Ship helicopter designed to fill the role
    To counter that threat, a new was an LPH, the USS Guam of the Sea Control Ship helo, HS-
    SERVICE., PARTS concept was developed by a few (LPH-9)) was designated the 15 was assigned still additional
    : perceptive and creative naval Interim Sea Control Ship for tasks. '
    officers, three of whom were purposes of the evaluation.To These included evaluating the
    Admiral Zumwalt. Chief of Naval provide the limited air capabilities of the SH-3H,
    Operations; Vice Admiral defense and strike capability developing new tactics for its use
    Aurand, Commander ASW desgined to be provided by the V- against both conventional and
    Forces Atlantic; and Rear Ad- STOL aircraft, the BritishbuiltAV8 nuclear submarines, and training
    miral Davies, the Chief of Naval "Harrier" was borrowed pilots, crewmen and main.
    Development.The from the Marine Corps. tenance personnel in the air
    .. most essential element of Helos Most ImportantThe craft's sophisticated new
    this new concept is the Sea last and perhaps most systems.All .
    Control Ship, a simple and important role to be filled was this was yet in addition to
    6425 NORWOOD AVE. 764.2419 inexpensive ship configuredmuch that of the helo. Choppers will the HS-15's primary mission:
    like an LPH and requiring bear the majority of the maintaining status as a combat-
    responsibility for combating the ready operational fleet squadron.To .
    principle threat against which summarize, HS-15 is more
    the concept was designed: the than just another HS squadron.It's .
    LRING I OF FLAME RESTAURANT submarine. a fleet squadron; it's a
    Operating continually in an training squadron; and it's a test
    environment of high speed and evaluation squadron. Its
    submarines equipped with long- missions are varied and con
    range anti-ship missies, it had to stantly changing.
    be capable of exercising com- HS-15Is the only squadron of its
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    heroic actions during a major fire aboard the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga (CV-

    60)) while stationed aboard that ship in October 1972.

    \ BT3 Danny H. Phillips, Jr. was boilers, despite intense heat and Division 6-43 (L).
    on duty in one of the ships heavy smoke. The award was presented by
    ITA' machinery rooms when the fire BT3 Phillips had to be assisted Capt. G. Ballard Simmons,
    T 3'1' broke out. He immediately beganto from the compartment and was Group Commander of NRGC 6-2
    fight the flames unassistedwith nearly overcome by the smoke (M),on behalf of Secretary of the
    available fire-fighting and heat. Navy John W. Warner.
    equipment. Now participating in the BT3 Phillips lives at 6139 Hor-
    Unable to contain the blaze, Jacksonville Surface Naval seshoe Drive, Jacksonville, andis
    ', Petty Officer Phillips then cut off Reserve Program, Petty Officer the son of Danny H. Phillips of
    .'..,', N., '.." the fuel oil supply to the ship's Phillips is attached to Surface _Savannah.> Ga.

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    "FLEET ANGEL OF THE QUARTER"--AMS2 Frederick L.
    Bart ho Id, 111,has been selected from over 200 men as HC-2's "Fleet
    Angel of the Quarter." The award was based on Petty Officer Bart. 1yR
    hold's willingness to work many extra hours during the squadron'smove
    here from NAS Lakehurst, N.J. He was also awarded the Navy
    Commendation Medal during the past quarter for heroism during a
    hazardous rescue.


    AWARD FOR A HERO-BT3 Danny H. Phillips, Jr. is congratulated by Capt. G. Ballard Simmons,
    CONSER ENERGY Jacksonville Naval Reserve Group Commander, after being awarded the Navy CommendationMedal
    for heroic action while fighting a fire aboard the USS Saratoga in October 1972. The award I
    ceremonies were held at the U.S. Navy&Marine Corps Reserve Center here.

    Retired Officers' Wives set danceJaxThe

    OUT OF SIGHT Retired Ofticers Reservations should be made 3514 or 2649710. Cancellations I
    Wives will hold a Valentine by Feb. by ''allinff 2Mx!' 724- should be made by Feb. 6.

    GO GO DANCERS Dance Saturday, Feb. 9, at the :::W' ,....1t,.:, ,.*. ; : ., .* ,., .<<:. .. .. .... ., '. '.w.'
    NAS Jax Officers Club. _
    All The gathering will start with a
    1 Topless No Host Cocktail Party at 6:30:
    Consolidate Your Bills To $5,000.00TERMS
    BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS p.m., followed by a Prime Rib
    Dinner at 8 p.m. and dancing to
    11 AM til SAM Daily the music of "Whatevers Fair." TO SUIT YOU AT BANK RATES
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    AdS should be mailed to arrive not later than i TueSday A
    arriving too .late for this deadline will, be oublishecJ foC nS the fOllowing' Thursday. Ads
    the
    strutted otherwise. A check or money order ? week unless the Publsher: Is In.
    for
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    RATE: minimum i charge ((3 lines) ...$200 Per received WITH the copy.
    Mail to: HOLT PUBLISHING additional line ((4 words per line) ...SOc Saturday.
    CO., 4565 SHIRLEY
    AVE JACKSONVILLE 32210 NAS< :

    Western, Starring

    I L EMPLOYMENT: I 1[ REAL ESTATE)] JUSTISS TRAILER PARK and Rosemarie (
    min.)
    1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern (
    IRONING IN MY HOME TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE trailer and apts. 389.3007. )
    Fast dependable service. 4818 Two, up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile HOSPITAL: "
    Plymouth St 388.7540.JANITORIAL radIus Cecil Field & '1.295 -ooooo to WE BUYANDSELL FACTOR" :

    $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES Starring Ben
    WORK AT NAS JAX below near.future values. Call Tony Phone 388.4619 : ::: :;;:::;:;
    Hours 59:30P.M., Call 355.2741 and George. 389.5514, Eve. 771.1976. COLONY MOBILE HOMES Mimieux. "G" ( )

    ask for openings at NAS.ROYALSERVICES. WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA Sales 8. Rentals, 9359 103rd St. Call
    INC. Realtors SpecialistWE 771.0275 Photostating and notary, Sunday,
    GREATJOBEarn service. NAS: "

    $50.S75 per wk., working part. Louise BUY EQUITIES T. Bailey W3CHICKASHA Love Story, !

    time calling on single girls. Earn Broker 7713605 12'X72', 3BR, 1VBA., CH&A, Car- Segal and Susan
    more with Incentive plan. Must be peted throughout, built.In dishwasher. ((115 min.)
    sharp! Phone 7213600. SUMMER CABINS furn. with house furn. not trailer. HOSPITAL
    :
    IN THE SMOKIES Equity, take over pymts. For further
    PARTOR FULL TIME Near Cherokee & Bryson City, N.C. info 778.1722 anytime. OUTLAWS"Monday
    MECHANICSAfternoons Paved Roads, Good Water, Beautiful
    Saturdays or Full Time Scenery For Permanent or Summer I TRANSPORTATiOn.]] ,
    Jax) top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply In Homes Jax. Beach, Phone 246.8383 or NAS: "CAN
    person to Mr Foster, NIMNICHT BRYSON City, N.C. Phone 488.2714. '69 CAMARO RALLY SPORT
    CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat 350 cu. In. engine, 2 barrel carb., 3.Spd Comedy, Starring
    Avenue. trans. Phone Dave,264.7531 or 264.9775 and Shirley
    FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE '
    CONTACTJoe NEEDS after 6 p.m. ((131 min.)
    COLOR TV MAN NEEDED
    Ropiak (RET. NAVY) Realtor. NO CASH DOWN HOSPITAL:
    Experienced, Military Preferred Associate Representing 1963 Ford, 390.4Spd., very low pymts. LOVE" ::
    384.5284. Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors E.2 & Up. Call 358.0881.INTERNATIONAL.

    TYPINGOR BOOKKEEPINGAT OFFICE: 771-8034 RESI7'.771S,
    HOME SCOUTS J \fck$< |

    5 Yrs. experience as a legal secretary. ROLLING HILLS 16 to Choose from 4 cylinder Hard top
    786.8023. 3BR., 2BA., house for sale Cent heat Models (removable) 20,000 to 40,000
    Air unit, Fenced yard, Owner, 389 miles. Ideal for sportsman, second
    TUTORING 2814. car. Prices start at $699, 2509 Phillips
    Individual or group, all academic HiWay, 3962025. Century 21 Imports.NO I I
    sublects, learning disabled and MOVE TO YOUR LOT
    behavioral problem Included 384.3454.I 3BR. Frame house In Oceanway, sell CASH NEEDED
    or trade for vehicle, mobile home, or 1967 Plymouth 2DR, HT, 383.4Spd.low .
    (I MISCELLANEOUS ]I property of equal value. 781-3260 or pymts. E.2 & Up. Call 358.0881.
    7783465. ; ,
    3MONTH OLD SAVE GAS
    GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPY OWNER TRANSFERREDMust Yamaha 360 Enduro, 1973, less than
    AKC Registered, All shots Including sell, 3BR., I'/jBa.' new paint, 1,000 Mi. $750. Call 356-1251 for info.
    rabies, wormed, house broken Black FHA appraised Qualify & move in. Continuous ( )
    and tan, Female, $60., Day 337-3566 7727155. WHOLESALE 1970 Cuda topless Go Go

    Night 7814617. OAK HILL3Bedroom 318 cu.ln.,Auto, No cash dwn., low mo. 244

    GEORGE'S KENNELS Den pymts. Call 3580831.1967MASERATI. )

    Dogs & Cats Boarded MURRAY HILL I'1
    Pick.Up & delivery services since 3BR., Den,Many extras In each. MISTRAL
    1925. Grooming, training & shipping. Louise T. Bailey 2.7 Litre,fuel in.| Ssp, radials, leather
    Visitors welcome. BankAmerlcard & 771-3605 Broker Int., $5500. 356.3088.8:30: a.m. .5 p.m.
    Mastercharge honored. Off I 1.10 near
    CLAY COUNTY
    Cassat Ave. & Edgewocxi '
    SOBS Edgewood Ct., 389-004 4 to approx. 12 acres overlookingBlack 70 CHEVELLE 5.5.454
    Creek Valley. Optional fish AT, R&H, excel cond., $1700, Call
    A recorded message by pond priced to sell. Cecil Ext. 354 from 7:30: a.m.4 p.m. or
    SCOTT EDWARDS 2 for thr price of 1 in Green Cove 781.9350 aft. 5 p.m. & weekends
    Tells you how to be a Springs proper. 1 duplex & 1 small (
    DISC JOCKEY cottage. Business property only
    Call 355-2944 any hour. Approved for $20,000. ,-- --- -- --

    veterans. Columbia School of ST.JOHNS COUNTY I I PHONE 388.8535 I II '
    Broadcasting. San Franclsto. Not Sunset beauty on St. Johns River, .
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    affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by 2bdrm. furn. house on approx. 1 acre.
    home study. Priced right.

    LIVE CRABS Little Paradise, Mobile home on lot ((3 l lI
    canal access. Orangedale area. Only
    Wilford's Fish Camp $7,000. I
    264.9707 RIVERVIEW ESTATES t 1249.1251 King St.
    1 acre + shaded lots. Acres of I Jacksonville, Florida 32204 I
    TYLERS HEATING'&AIR COND. paradise 10 percent dwn. Balance I
    Central and wall furnaces, space payed over 10 yrs.TWIN WANTEDUSED
    heaters, clean & repair. Lake Shore, REALTY I. CAMERAS AND I I
    4711 Palmer, 388.5161. Hilda T. Neth, Realtor EQUIPMENT. PAY
    Orange Ave.at Bay St.
    I TOP DOLLAR-388-8535 I
    KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER Green Cove Springs, Fla.
    Responsible party take up paymentsof Ask for W.C. MartinAssoc. IBRING THIS AD WITH YOU I

    $7.00 per month. Rayfield's 6437 284-3681 or 264-9412 II----------a /

    Wilson Blvd., 7728936. .,. ]
    {1":::: RENTALS \ 7)WILMAM We Can Complete Your Pool

    JEANS PROFESSIONALDANCE APn. In Just 7 Days
    ACADEMY 2BR., Furn., water, sewage & gar. From The Time It Is Started
    parking cars, small children,
    Westconnett at 103rd & Orange Park, bage Reliability Service 165
    small pets o.k. $125. mo., Washer 4
    Bellair Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe,
    Jazz, Hula, Tahltlan, Baton, & $8.00, 387-2541 or 381.0144.ORANGE ThllmanRds: 175
    acrobatics, Register Now, 771-2521 PARK > /

    771-5464. 778-3655 Children 6. Adults. Furn. or Unfurn., Dishwasher ... ... ..
    2BR Apts. .... .. 'p 155
    Drapes Carpets, Elizabeth "" ".... 1 :. ..\ I '
    CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY Apts. 771.1405 or 7713355. .
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    LEFT UNCLAIMEDZig DUPLEX :... ; ./!. :y /
    Zag sewing machine, brand new DUCLAY EST. UNFURN. ...-.., ... ""
    1973 Model. Balance $68 or assume $9. 2BR $165.Mo, sec. dep.S100. Pref. .' -.1.x1..
    family. G.P. Meyer, (USNR) '\. '- hl:14
    per month payments. Sewing machineleft Navy ... ;P1- :
    unclaimed, customer left area, -.
    cannot locate. Sews on buttons, makes 711.8383.38R. IV'jBA.MO.HO. NAME THAT STANDS

    buttonholes, appliques does W.W Carpet, AC, Conv. to Cecil Field FOR INTEGRITYLow tread.Guaranteed If
    for
    everything. Phone 7310197 ask
    credit manager. will deliver, no & NAS. Pref Navy Personnel. Cornerof in Cost Because of Ultra replace,
    obligation. 103rd & RIcker Rd. 7717384. Modern Factory Methods of the

    Many Shapes and Sizes To Choose 14 Guaranteed
    BETWEEN NAS & CECIL From tread wears
    PROF. PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE 12'X60'MO.HO.,2BR.CH4A$150.MO. Distinctive Contour Design Gives / mileage
    Commercial,181-8401 Weddings, Portraits + $60. dep. 3980671. That Custom Look Commercial

    2MENONLY2BR Practically Maintenance Free

    duplex, completely, furn., All Pools Carry Famous Tallman
    MINI-BIKE Washer AC, TV, Water & garbage Guarantee e
    between 3pm.
    furn. $150.Mo. 786.7915
    $65., Also Exerciser Massager $40. & Commercial Type Built in
    Call 384.2488. 5p.m. Skimmer Furnished as Standard
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    Equipment
    MOBILE HOMES.VJLET :
    FOR SALE [ Swawut4e4
    MON..SAT.9-7SUN. 1-7
    2 Mag Wheels, 13", 4-lug pattern, 771- :
    3211, Ext. 631.COLOR. YOUR RENT PHONE 264-3508
    BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT
    DEPOSIT REQUIRED 3Miles (ISO.) 1295 I (Next To Asbury
    TELEVISION SUMIT MOBILE HOMES United Methodist Chore"on Standing
    Phllco 17" almost like new. Pay Phillips Highway,733.9422 In Orange Park
    balance$194 or assume $17 per month 5210 $100. OHP. .. .
    Payments. Phone 7310197. BRING THIS AD FOR ."" ,."' .." ....,......,... \ --....*'.,,V,...' .VY.YANVfcVU \...........\.. _.. *" _.:.e.;_.+



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    chairs $190.00 2 upholsteredchairs
    THE Work hours 0730-1600 Mon-Fri
    : Charlotte at 772-2914 or 249-4147 $70 & $50 End tables $55.00

    ;t SURFBOARD, Ladder, Mower,

    fur Mil i,tary AFREEPERSONALWANfADSE""ICE.' i, >i : etc. Telephone 389.8035

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    For Sale 1973 MOBILE HOME
    I 2BR Central Heat & Air. For Sale: Gold and Black Spanish
    FREE I II 12x70
    WANT AD ORDER FORM Furnished. Take over payments COUCH and chair 6 months old-

    (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) I getting transfered. Call: Leroy $50.00 772-2110 JohnsonFor

    I 772.2689

    I I .......... Sale-OIL SPACE HEATER-

    I Large (No Blower) Excellent $30

    II II I 73.124 Spider FIAT Convertible Call 771.3211 Ext 8134 Mon-Frl 9.2
    AM-FM Stereo-8 Track Tape Ask for "Agnes"For

    I Player-6,000 mlles-30 miles p-gal.
    I sacrifice. Ret to school Sale-OXY.Acetylene Cutting
    TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW II & Welding TORCH. Customer

    I BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. owned tanks, hoses, gauges, and
    I Wanted: SHOTGUN any gauge,
    all ACC. 150.00 Call Andrews 2215
    I I reasonable Call evenings (except

    I Name Office or activity to which assigned II weekend) after 7pm 771-8075 65 RAMBLER 20 mpg outstanding .

    second car. Auto, AC,

    I I Runs and drives like new; 63 being transferred. $350.00 772-

    I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signaturemust I BUICK, $175. AT, PS, PB, R&H, 2979

    Tag & Inspection Sticker Spare
    I 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active provide all information requested, le: Full I tire & jack 771-7471 evenings. CAR POOL Call If interested
    military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I from SS Estates-NAS Jax Shift
    I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature grade or rank.rate, office or activity
    I PH 772-9444
    2. Free advertising in the "Flee-T MARKET"will to which he is assigned and office telephone. This 7:30-4:00pm: :
    be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housingfor information Is for authentication only and your ad I
    personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell should be worded independently of this information IS. 1967 MOBILE HOME 3 Above Ground Pool, Baby Crib,
    I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to bedrooms, 1'/2' baths, 2 AC, 1 new Walker, Playpen, Fan, Windowair
    Deadline for of to in
    receipt advertising I
    I and: from work; announcements of educational appear 7x10 utility shed. $3300.00 Call 264- Cond. etc. Sunday only 389-
    offered the .following edition is MONDAY NJON. Ads
    courses by non profit
    organizations or I
    arriving after that date will be placed in the 3994 after 5 7848
    I governement agencies. Ads for rentais will
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    following week's edition. Ads will be I
    if the run only one
    only words "PCS" (for military), or
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    "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the time, unless submitted as prescribed above. I 1963 Ford /2 ton pickup TRUCK VW DUNE BUGGY For Sale.
    I Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the
    ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied 6. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I with camper shell. Excellent Equipped for hunting with dog
    I by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR I condition. No rust. See to ap box mounted on back. Sand tires
    I NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide 7720461Aboveground 772-2970
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    typed typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I .. .
    I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed '
    I in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No I 73 DODGE CHARGER S.E.Less
    will be rejected.I more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I POOL, 18'x4'deep, than 3500 miles Assume
    I accepted. all accessories included $100
    387-3734 after
    4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "FleeTMARKET" I payments 6pm
    Editor, c-0 JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, 8. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I Stove and refrigerator. $25 each weekdays, Anytime weekends
    I NAS Jacksonville Jacksonville Florida 32212 business, 'or which do not meet the above three air conditioners $25 each.
    I OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher I 389-5596 MOBILE HOME, Excellent
    .
    "Flee-T MARKET" Editor, c o LATWINGER Box reserves the, right to omit any or all ads I
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    1971 Ossa PIONEER 250cc Street washer, V2: mile to NAS. Call 388-

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    UHF and VHF R.C.A. nearly new with attachments $35.00 Call 772- $20.00 781.2385 Phone 764-1585

    $10.00 Call 771-5977 (evenings) 1758 For Sale: Used Living, Dining! ,

    Bedroom furniture. Good condition
    10x56 Airline MOBILE HOME
    Sony TC-110 CASSETTE Necchl SEWING MACHINEHead Baby crib, car seat. Like
    RECORDER, some tapes, used Model BU $25.00 7812385IIOWSIIS 12x50 Skyline TRAILER,2 Fully furnished, washer & dryer, New, Reasonable Call 778-2265
    very little $50.00 Ward's bedroom, air conditioned, utility & hurricane awnings Excellent after 5:00pmFor :
    shed, fenced yard. Priced $2250. Condition Phone:764.1585
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    with
    Sale: VW CAMPER
    SSgt Muzzonigro popup tent model 1970 $2500 or
    For Sale: Assume Payments of
    TIIE best offer 778-2265
    19 1973 PLYMOUTH FURY I III,

    Sale: 1973 CUSTOM IMPALAPB 12,000 miles, Still under Warranty For Sale: Queen Size MATTRESS

    PS, AM-FM Radio, AC, lots Contact Lucas 772.2591 or 772-2379 $25.00 Walnut Headboard

    (, 1 WUCOMIb of extra's, excellent shape, $25.00 or best offer 781.3033

    ( Nautical Accessories Gifts $300.00 Take over payments PH 1972 Champion Deluxe MOBILE
    724-6048
    SPACE HEATER
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    7 BOATS, MOTORS, CANOES, HOME, 12x65, 2BR, carpeted,
    ( .. Large (No Blower) Excellent $30
    ,
    Trojan Slickcraft r AC, skirting 10x7 storage shed,
    -c.. I CAR POOL, Ride or riders. Call 771.3211 Ext 8134 Mon-Frl 9.2
    Thunderbird $1000 equity, assume $96
    "\ 1'J iviTwot Normandy Village to NAS Bldg Ask for "Agnes"Wanted
    .
    Starcraft, Grumman payments, balance $3600 781-3874
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    JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 15


    NDRC wins basketball l Mad Foxes still unbeaten after eightJaxThe j


    three games Mad Foxes of VP-5 finished with the same total of Buchanan with 16, Ron- Dusa with

    standing'sAMER1CAl'I continued as the only unbeaten field goals but the free throw line 11 and Vic Slider with 12.
    took a big in
    Jax-NDHC step
    team in the National Basketball proved to be their weakness as John Fruge was high for Air
    the direction Basketball of a share of the LEAGUE League when they handed lossesto they only hit five of 11 as compared Ops with 20 points. He was

    American Leaguetitle W L Air Ops and Medical last week. to VP-5's 17 of 35. backed by 12 points from John
    race when they won three VP-56 4 0 Air Ops gave the Mad Foxes a Hitting double figures for VP-5 oodwin and 11 from Larry

    games last week. NDRC 8 1 battle from the floor as they were Brady Bearden with 23, Jay Sheridan.
    Their first effort was their lIS-U
    6 1 Medical managed to stay
    toughest when they slid by NS-15 6 1 HS-15 within six points of the Mad
    NATTC by a 67-65 score. NDRCled AIMD 4 4 suffers first defeatat Foxes at halftime of their game
    33-31 at the half and ended up 679th but had six suitedup
    4 4 they only men
    winning on the strength of their VP-45 3 4 hands of HS-11 79-64 and three of those fouled out in

    free throw totals when both NA'M'C 3 5 the second half and they fell by a

    teams finished with 31 field goals. lIS-I 3 5 Jax-HS-ll suffered their first 104-70 score.
    made five of six while Wayne Holloway was another
    NDRC HOSPITAL 2 7 defeat in six games two weeks double figure man In the Brady Bearden was again high
    NATTC made three of four. APL 1 6 ago so it was only fitting that they with his 16 for VP45.VP56 game for VP-5 with his 35. He was
    John Troupe was high man for MPO 1 8 hand HS-15 their first loss in followed by Vic Slider with 20,
    NDRC with 18 while Bruce Dauer NATIONAL LEAGUE seven games last week in the Jay Buchanan with 20 and Bill

    connected for 13 and Ken W L American Basketball League.Bill keepsstring Carter with

    Folmsbee for 12. VP-5 8 0 Hoffman with 23, Mort
    ,James Gilley had 18, Roger AIR OPS 6 3 McCarthy with 17, Art Patterson alive SI'14.R&S

    Moore 14, Jim Mette 14 and Bill FASO 5 2 with 14 and Livio Capilla with 14

    Aaron 13 for NATTC: HAWKS 5 2 were HS-ll's big guns in their 79- Jax-VP-56 continued their
    Hospital was the next team to 64 win over HS-15. unbeaten
    MARINEBKS 4 1 string as they try to TEXACO
    fall to NDRC. Bruce Dauer HS-7 4 3 Levie Hamerter with 24, Rod catch up with the rest of the
    repeated his 13 point per VW-4 4 5 Bunch with 13 and Claude Page American Basketball League 4851 SAN JUAN AVE. ..
    formance of the previous game l\IARTD 3 4 with 12 were HS-15's top scorers. teams when they sent AIMD PHONE 339.9414
    for high man honors and Chris MEDICAL 2 5 HS-11 had to come back from a down to an 85-49 defeat.
    Pyle scored 10 to lead the way to NARJAX 1 6 six point VP-45 halftime lead to Leading the way to the Dragons FREE

    the 59-47 win. HC-2 0 5 win their second game of the fourth straight win without a loss CAR WASHwith

    John Whitehurst was Hospital's week. were Larry Rawlins with 17, Ed any purchase of gas
    top scorer with 20 points. Kevin Lover played a big role Sullivan with 13, Jack Summers '
    NDRC made it three for the Medical turns in VP-45's first half lead when he with 12 and Harry Poole with 10. Complete Auto Care!
    week with a 65-55 win over VP-45. scored 16 but he was held to only

    The Pelicans only trailed by tables on VW-4. six second half points as HS-11
    three at halftime but couldn't came back for'a 64-58 win.

    keep up in the second half. Jax-Medical turned the tableson Mort McCarthy's 21 points led COLONY MOBILE HOMES

    Ike Oliver's 18 points were high VW-41ast the way for HS-11 while Art
    week when beat
    for NDRC and Bruce Dauer was them the they Patterson tossed in 13 and Livio ...Welcomes VA.12 and VA-66 and VP-56 back
    at free throw line after
    close behind with 15. Capilla contributed 12. and says hello to VS-28 on their new arrival to
    VW-4 had beaten HS-7 at the line
    VP-45 had three men in double Florida. If In need of housing come by and see
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    figures scoring The Hurricane Hunters had two our
    16, Rick Pruett 15 and John more field goals than did Medicalbut Wt'vi Changed our Name WITHIN 48 HRS to Navy Personnel. We feature
    Brinson 12.HS1. but tht SERVICE Is the Same BARRINGTON and SKYLINE
    Medical's 10 for 18 at the line at... CONCORD,
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    four of eight at the line. See Ed Stevens, (USN, Ret.)

    A.A. Grant led the way for HONDA or Don Myatt (USN) .

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    Aubrey Wilson's 19, Gil Butler's
    Jax-HS-l was one of four
    teams last week that proved how 12, and Adolfo Villanueva's 10. COLONY

    important free throws are in a

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    decision over NATTC even I MOBILE HOME PARK & SALES

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    field goal than they did. IN APARTMENT LIVING ..
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    FAPL wins first game ; Fliers split with Patrick I I


    MPO falls in overtime I, then drop Edward Waters

    I By John Black Water's College when they lost
    Jax-The Fleet Air Photo Lab superiority and walked away j Jax-The Jax Navy team took 78-69, the Fliers had only one
    (FAPL) won their first game last with their first win of the year. M the court last Friday night thing in mind-retaliation the
    week after eight straight losses Vince Jakucenis was the man against Patrick AFB with a five court.
    but it didn't come easy as the with the hot hand for FAPL as he game winning streak on the line. From the tip-off of the first
    Military Personnel Office (MPO) scored 34 points while Jerry The two teams seemed to be period, the Jax team totally
    took them into overtime before Samples contributed 10 to the evenly matched through the first dominated the first half by the
    bowing by a 64-58 score. final total. r period as it ended with a 14-14 score of 4428.
    FAPL led 28-21 at the end of the Steve Murphy was MPO's top deadlock.The Second half action found the
    first half but had to settle for a 54- man with his 18 points and he was second period, however, Fliers exchanging buckets with
    54 tie at the end of regulation playas the big reason for their second found a more determined Jax the college team to coast to a 87-
    MPO made a strong second half comeback when he scored 16 team as they took control of the 75 victory.
    half bid. of his 18. Also scoring in double 1w'T. first half with a 40-32 half-time Statistics for the Jax win show
    It was FAPL's turn to come figures for MPO were Tony lead. that it was their 14 of 19 ((74
    back in the overtime period as Mirabella with 14 and Ed Rucker Second half action found Jax in percent) from the free-throw line
    they reestablished their with 12. .. the driver's seat as the final that did it for them.
    uuzzer found them ahead 7667. High scorers for Jax included
    I Haivks swoop down on HC2JaxThe SAVE THAT BALL-Mort Players for the Jax team in Gary Pope with 30, Mort Mc-
    McCarthy ((32)) attempts to keep double figures were: Garry Pope Carthy with 24, and Bill Hoffman
    Hawks team from the figures. Those five were Lynn the ball from going out of boundsin with 25 pts., Terry Brown with 16 with 14.The .
    Hospital handed HC-2 their fifth Klein with 22, Rester Bryan with the Fliers 87.75 win over the pts., and Levi Hamerter with 15 Jax Fliers have games
    straight loss while they were 20, Mark Bujno with 18, Ed Ryan Edward Waters College team last pts.The coming up on the 25th and 26th of
    .. winning their fifth in the National with 10 and Paul Sagaser with 10. Sunday. ( Photo by Vince same two teams were January with Moody AFB at
    Basketball League last week James Mader with 26, Ed Clune Jakucenis). pitted against each other the Moody to close out their regular
    HC-2 fell by a 112-67 margin with 17 and Joe Fulbright with 12 following afternoon with the end season.
    when five Hawks hit for double were HC-2's top scorers result being an 84-83 overtime. _._-----_._
    Free throws victory for Patrick.
    The half-time score was much
    the same as the night before with r
    QUESTIONS I I Icol help VW4to the exception of a 43-42 deficit in ,, .
    favor of Patrick.

    63-57 winJaxThe Starting the last half of play,
    I the Jax team was able to recover
    Hurricane Hunters of the trailing point, but not the go-
    VW-4 used a 13 of 20 performanceat ahead one. Thus the regulationplay
    WE'LL ANSWER THEM the free thrown line to stick ended in a 74-74 tie. e.

    HS-7 with a 63-57 loss in the
    (No names. No I sales pitches.I ) National Basketball League last In the overtime action, Pope a
    gave 110 percent as he sank seven
    week. of the nine Fliers' overtime

    Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on HS-7 managed the same points.This gave him a total of 17 I
    your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick, amount of field goals as VW-4 but points for the afternoon, but it
    courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor only managed seven of 17 at the wasn't enough as Patrick handedthe
    talk shop unless you want us to. charity line. Fliers their first loss in the

    Dial FinanceWe last seven games.
    don't want you to like'us just for our money. Alan Parker with 15, Adolfo
    in double
    Other Jax Fliers
    t 40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 Villanueva with 14 and Aubrey
    Mort McCarthy,
    were:
    I 5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895 Wilson with 14 led the way to figures
    Levi Hamerter 13 Bill
    16; ;
    4721 San Juan Ave. 384.2314 victory for VW-4. GARRY POPE goes up for two
    Cash to Hoffman, 13; Ralph Calloway,
    1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764.2583 of the 30 points he scored In
    $5,800 Tom Wandishin, in the 10; and Ernie Pollard, 10.
    Sleiman Lone Star Center leading the Jax Fliers to their win
    meantime, was scoring almost After their broken winning
    6681 Arlington Rd. 724.9555 half of HS-7's final total when he streak and reminiscing about over Edward Waters College.
    (Photo Vince Jakucenis)
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    ............."..'....................,.......'.'.'.................... :. ......... '.'....w.......,....'w............w....,' much firepower for the Gun PADDLEBALL

    '. slingers of VA-105. VA-174 had A paddleball ladder is being

    I r. L'S''PORTS. 1 only a two point lead in the first formed at NAS Cecil Field.

    quarter but pulled away after Please notify the stat'on' gym if

    that for a convincing win."Ripple" interested.
    Johnson and "J.J." BOWLING LEAGUE All
    VS-30.67 Andrews poured in 24 points in had a below par night but still
    Wilson had 18 and 15 points for leagues are now in full swing. All
    VA-72.40 a solid game to lead VS-24 to managed to top the VS-32 scoring
    the Hellrazors. secretarys should have all information *
    VS-30 rudely welcomed VA-72 another win. Camic dumped in 13 with 12 points.
    for into the
    FASO 54 paper
    home with a very convincing win. points for VS-31. VA-45 80 -
    station no later than 0900
    gym
    VA-37.52
    The Bluehawks showed the ef FASO 43 VS-31 26
    FASO real squart'er.Trailing Tuesday of each week.
    won a
    fects of a long deployment as NAMTD .28 The Blackbirds, smarting overa
    Koon managed 14 points. Gathers It was a low-scoring affair wit loss to the Marines, buried VS- all the way, Bruce VOLLEYBALLNAMTD
    scored 9 of his 18 and VA-45 both are
    Stecklair pointsin
    dumped in 22,16 of those comingin NAMTD getting the worst of it. It 31. Getting into the double figure
    the final to lead his still undefeated and headed for
    the last half of play. was a bad night for the shootersas column for VA-45 were; Murry quarter
    Janexic of FASO another exciting match-up. This
    both Garrett 16 Haas 13 and team to victory.
    VS-24 55 teams were cold. 25, ,
    lead all with 21 points. game will probably decide the
    VS-32.54 Stecklair managed 14 points to Williams had 10. Caviness scored scorers
    had for VA-37. 2nd half championship barring an
    take the honprs of the for VS-31. Robinson 19 points
    VS-32 jumped to an eight point high game. 10 points
    lead in the first quarter but VS-32 47 AMD -60 Ops 64VA37 upset.
    couldn't hold it. Knight's 22 and VS-22.43 VS32.59Johnson's 59 CECIL HOSTCOMTACAIRLANT

    Andrew's 18 for VS-24 overcamea VS-32 jumped put to an early 15 and Wilson's 17 Ops overcame a three point TOURNAMENTSNAS
    lead the Bulls in the fourth Cecil Field will host the
    28 point effort by. Moore to win a seven point lead in the first had AMD cruising right along by
    close one. quarter before VS-22 got its of- with a nine point lead in the quarter as VA-37 dropped COMTACAIRLANT (formerly

    VS-24.46 fense going. Spencer of VS-22 led fourth quarter, when Moore of another close one. Bailey's 26 COMFAIRJAX) racketball

    VS-32.40 all scorers with 19 points. Moore VS-32 started burning the nets for point night was the key to Ops tournament January 28 -
    16 points. AMD hung on for dear victory. Robinson and Mott had February 1. Entry deadline is

    life to edge VS-32. Moore finishedthe 15 and 13 for the Bulls. January 25 1974 for forces afloat.If .

    night with 30 points. interested please contact the
    Marines 52
    athletic director at the Cecil
    CENTURY VA-45.90 VA-72.46 Field ext. 498.
    21IMPORTS gym,
    AMD 56VA45
    VA-72 showed signs of shakingoff
    Cecil Field is also hosting the
    literally shot AMD right their long cruise and had the Handball
    out of the gym. In one of the most Marines scared to death before COMTACAIRLANT

    exciting exhibitions of shootingall the Marines finally put it away. Tournament February 4 -
    February 8. All participantsshould
    Call 3962035NET year, the Blackbirds gunnedin Trailing by nine points VA-72 be at the Cecil Field Gymat
    record for the
    90 points, a high pulled within two points before
    PRICES-MANY BELOW WHOLESALE season. Murray had 29, McNeal in 0900 for drawings February 4.
    Craig dropped a bucket on a
    TRADE INS GLADLY ACCEPTED AT CASH VALUE 17, and Garreet 17 for the victors. fast break to seal their fate. Next level for these championships
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    VS-30.70 Craig's 18 for the Marines led all
    Tournaments. Racketball
    74 Super Cheyenne $4625 NAMTD53 scorers. Boutin and Mills had 13 competition will be held at NS
    Brown of VS-30 got 12 of his 18 and 12 for the victors. Koon had
    "a ton LWB Burgundy and White with Topper, AM.FMPSPBATFac points in the first quarter as VS. Norfolk and Handball tour
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    I weather gree ted Sunday's' Navy Day Regatta I


    .. ,: << ;'" By Lt.Steve Nail Scheu. Frank Schum; Force 12, J.D.
    .' ; 't ... :;;) Jax-The St. Johns River lived Representing t'e Navy Jax Forrest; Dilligaf, Al Johnson;
    ''..'-.\II 'jFX,1<. .'I'. ". r up to its reputation for providing Yacht Club in the event were V Sugarbear, Glen Maxwell; and I
    \'. ; ) :. uncanny weather conditions at Bella, Fred Kling; Ruby Lee II, Puff, Greg Parker.
    rs, the outset of Sunday's Navy Day r .. __.... .H____'_m" ','''_,.

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    on hand to register for the u7 n i. J

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    starting gun sounded around
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    __ .____-- -- -- ___.n,...__ _ What a sight!
    THE RACE IS ON-Ken Being on the committee boat,
    Hespe commodore of the Navy Jax Yacht
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    down the
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    Re-sail held last
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    : JAX SPORT BRIEFS Handball TEE TALKJaxThe

    it Standings


    w L New Year has Klein; Runner-Up, tie between
    Racquetball Tournament Set VP-5 7 0 provided some perfect weather Mittie Sills and Betty Kelczewski.In .
    Jax- NAS Cecil Field will host a COMTACAIRLANT MATSG 5 2 and the golfers have taken ad- the Nine Hole group, Lillian
    Racquetball Tournament Jan. 28 through Feb. 1. NARJAX 5 2 vantage of this ideal time for Simpson was the winner, with
    Commands wishing to enter should submit. written AIR OPS 4 3 getting in as much golf as Noreen Mcintosh having fewest

    notification of entries not later than tomorrow to the FICEUR 3 4 possible.The putts.
    Golf Association
    Men's
    MARTD 2 5 Jan. 15 was Low Net, Silver
    Tournament Director, Code 902, NAS Cecil Field, Fla. COMM 1 6 played a Partner's Best Ball Cup Day. The results:
    32215. VW-4 1 6 Championship. Congratulationsto First Flight: Winner, Jeanie

    Application procedures and other information on the ..................'..................... the following winners: Belhobeck; Runner-Up, Lillian
    :::::::::::::;:::: :::::::::::::::::::: and
    tournament can be obtained from the Tournament Low Net: O.E. Meyer B. Oberhausen; Putts, Julie Uitti.
    Volleyball Williamson; 2nd: E. Burns andB. Second Flight: Winner, Cookie
    Director 7713211.
    by calling Holland; 3rd: E. Mills and C. Kennedy; Runner-Up, Lil
    Fast Pitch Hurler Needed Standings Haverty; 4th C. Floyd and N. Alcorn; Putts, Betty Gustin and
    Jax COMPATWING 11 is looking for a Fast Pitch L Helfrich; Low Gross: J. Berv McAleer.
    Softball If interested Mollencop and F. Heyer. Third Flight: Winner, Pat
    pitcher. you're in the job, call RM2
    Another ace was recorded White; Runner-Up, Audrey
    at Ext. AMERICAN
    Rehrig 2922. LEAGUE
    recently when Fred Vorhees got a Phillips; Putts, Betty Kelczewskiand
    Pistol MeetingJax NATTC W L hole-in-one on the par 3,third hole Evelyn Roberts.
    21 5 using a 5 iron.Members The Nine Hole Group played
    An Intramural Pistol organizational meetingwill VW-4 17 7
    of the Ladies Throw Out Worst 3 Holes. Marian
    be held Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 9:30: a.m. at the HS-7 15 15 Association have been very Starnes was the winner, with
    Athletic Office in Bldg. 563. All commands. are asked to VP-5 HS-11 No.1 12 13 14 active, too.On Jan.8 a Best Nine Genny Hanley and Lillian Simpson -
    send a representative. 679th 11 was 'played with the following having fewest putts.
    5 19 ladies taking the prizes: Sunday, Jan. 20, was a fun day
    Applications For Summer Jobs Being AcceptedJax NAI'IONALLEAGUE First Flight: Winner, Harriet with a Mixed Event. With a Net
    NAS Jacksonville Special Services is now taking W L Potter; Runner-Up, Lois Holt; 55, the team of Bob Phillips, Bob
    applications for summer 1974 employment. Positions NARJAX 24 4 Chip-In, Mary Lou Ryan. Meaders, Elinor Greenwood and
    FICEUR 20 6 Second Flight: Winner, Berv Claire Grosskoph took first place.
    available are: lifeguard swimming instructor pool
    ,
    VP-49 McAleer
    11 17 ; Runner-Up Elaine Hosting this Event were the
    maintenance, sailing instructor and camp counselors. NDRC 6 18 Honour. Mahoneys, Meaders and
    Applicants for lifeguard must hold a current Senior MARTD 2 26 Third Flight: Winner, Laurie Belhobecks.
    Lifesaving certificate and swimming and sailing in-
    structors must be authorized. Anyone interested should
    apply at NAS Jacksonville Special Services, Bldg. 620. 5 5
    r 4'0 k ec.erlu.... Standing Boulevard
    Cedar Hills Shopping Center
    House of Quality Foods .
    Stables Offering Riding InstructionJax Phone 771 9223

    The NAS Jax stables are offering riding in- is
    Every Friday Night Family
    struction in Hunt Seat (balanced English) andStockSeat NightYour

    (balanced Western) at all levels.
    Lessons are planned for both individuals and groupsas choice ofCHOPPEDSTEAKorCHICKENS

    well as on the lunge line and eventually dressage, DUMPLINGS 9911-
    cross-country and advanced Western work. plus any 2 vegetables, bread & butter

    Classroom lectures and practical demonstrations of
    interest to parents and students will also be offered.
    WE HAVE A VARIETY OF SEAFOOD DAILY !
    The fee will be $5.00 per student for one-hour group
    lessons and $8.00 for one-hour private lessons.

    Proper attire is not necessary; however, hard hats
    and shoes with heels are a must.

    Lessons are scheduled to begin Feb. 5.

    For more information, contact Mrs. Ostra at 7818548.


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