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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 1974
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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. VOL. 31 NO. 44 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station,Jacksonville Florida JANUARY 31, 1974


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WAVE "Speaks out"


I Navy women not pulling their share of the load I

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I have something to say expense account (you're a as I have complained. reports in civilian and barracks haircut
about women in the Navy. woman; your client is While screaming military news media regulations and other
Something unpleasant. supposed to buy YOU because women officer concerning "new" jobs for male-oriented subjects.

I joined the Navy in 1969, lunch). uniform items are prac- women. In my view, I informed them that the
for a lot of reasons, but If my annual fitness tically nonexistent in Navy colossal thought, energy meeting was for Third
mainly because Women'sLib report, forwarded to the Uniform Shops, I have and effort have gone into Class Petty Officers and
hadn't opened its loud home office in NYC, worked my late hours. many of these develop- below; if they qualified for

mouth yet. warranted it, I was given a While fighting to stand ments. those ratings, they were

I had worked for an 10 percent raise each year., watch like any other junior But lately I have heard required to attend. Result:
internationally known At the time I resigned to officer, I have complainedabout rumblings among Navy several pouting non-rated
company for three years. I enter the Navy, I earned being the "interior women which frighten and WAVES.
started as a cub $400 a month before taxes.I decorator" of the com- embarass .
me.I And these
yet, same
two weeks mand.I .
copywriter resigned when they hireda
women come to me highly
after receiving my B.A. in high school graduate to have asked my have had women rebel because
English. be my boss-the clincherwas questions, made decisions and complain when an indignant theyaren't
After three years, I was that I was to train regarding unfamiliar extraordinary squadron getting any respect
from their co-workers
designated "Copy- him. subjects, and have evolution interferes with or
chiefs.Of .
division
Contact," a job which I joined the Navy laughed through clenched their after-work liberty. I,

entailed creating entire because I wanted to get teeth at the various wit- too, have to go home and course they aren't!

advertising campaignsand away from the catch ticisms concerning!women fix dinner.I Many women are

placing $250,000 worthof phrase, "yeah, but you'rea in the Navy. have seen women sit professional 1 military
advertising each year woman." I wanted to be But now I notice an with sour expressionswhile personnel only when it
for the products assignedto assigned duties because of attitude among several moving vans filled doesn't interfere with their

me.I my stripe or my women which troubles me with command equipmenthave personal plans or self-
was not allowed professional ability, just greatly. The Navy and the been unloaded by image.
business trips (women like any other officer. entire country have their male counterparts.Why .
cannot travel alone and a Without turning into a worked hard to change can't they lift the While demanding equal

male chaperone would militant women's libber traditional views toward light boxes? Why can't job opportunities and pay

cause gossip) or a com- (who wants to open her and job assignments of they open doors, check off and working hours, they
pany car (we only have awn[ doors, anyway?) I working women. inventory sheets, or find demand special consideration -
enough for the men) or an have tried to work as hard Almost weekly, I see places to store the boxes? : because they

are temaie.
Letter to the Editor I have heard women
complain about field daysat Whenever I am asked a

I work; they have to do question that starts, "Whydo
NEX hair stylist challenges COsTo the same thing at home. the girls in this com-

Who doesn't ? mand..." I automaticallyput
The Editor: Washington, Abraham spend to make their head on my "Lieutenant
For the past two weeks, I Lincoln, Andrew Jackson look good? Some women rebel at Face" and prepare to givea
have been getting kicked and these famous Navy Most of the styles I cleaning the women's lecture about one's

around by some personnelof officers: John Paul Jones, perform on military head--it's demeaning, they responsibilities.My .
this naval base in the Isaac Hull and James personnel are well within say. What about the advice to all
Jax Air News. In both Lawrence; were they regulations. The hair is not compartment cleaners or both officers womenin
the Navy (
instances, I have had white-walled? on the ears and it is not on professional cleaning
and enlisted) who wail in
someone stand up for me, I feel that a lot of the the collar. Seldom does it personnel?
when the
for which I am grateful.I personnel who speak of my reach past the eyebrows. outrage Navy
bald Their hair is left full and I have been visited by a interferes with our
profession are or near
style hair to make men bald.I stylish. When I block a contingent of women who lifestyle and personal
look good, and to be more must remind them that man's hair, it is because didn't want to attend concept is: "If we workedas
of a credit to the uniform these have Captain's Call for Third hard as we complain,
in the of usually men
they wear and the countryfor we 1974 are not living 1944. year swirls and make tapering Class and below. Their we might be an asset to the
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which they serve. for the reasoning was that most of Navy."
very unsightly
Most of these men will
the questions asked wouldbe Lt. CaraCurtin
Some high ranking of- pay $175.00 to $250.00 for a man.
about the men'sL. liSt

men ficers to say wear they real want close their $15.00 new suit.to $30.00 They will for a spend new concern My main is to effort maintain and ......................,>.;.:. ; n nuu...........:..:..:-. ............>.>.:..>.:..>.>.:..:..:..;.x...............

haircuts because of "Navy shirt and another $5.00 to good grooming and make a

Tradition". When we look $10.00 for a tie. In addition, man take pride first in r..O Action; Line .1
back at tradition, I wish they will spend $35.00 to himself and the uniform he
these officers would take a $50.00 for a pair of shoes; wears and most important -
close look at George but how much do they take pride in the
country he serves and "Thank you, Captain. I am happy to learn of this typeof
could possibly die for.I service that you are offering at the Naval Air Station.
hereby issue a "We have just come in this area and had occasion to
a A X A. I Ft NEWS
challenge to any C.O. to have weekend guests.

14 The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspapedistributed bring me the two most "We took them out to show them around the Naval Air
each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station unsightly men he has in his Station (of course we're retired military), and I would
Jachson\'ille. Florida by the Holt Publishing. Company a unit. One I will cut and like to compliment you and the personnel of the Naval
private firm. All Copy submitted Jorum?in th*JAX AIR NEWS style and the other can be Air Station for the courtesy shown us, and also the fine
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS done by barber. services
a regular at the post chapel which we attended today.
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.
You the C.O. can be the "Thank "
,
you again, Captain.
News items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118
or 3119. judge of which man looks
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made the best and most squared Unidentified i Male
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to away. Does any C.O. have
race, creed, color national origin or sex of the purchaser. the to
guts accept my
user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in the challenge? 2nd "Prohibition" SlatedJaxNAS
refusal to print advertising from that source." P.S. For the men who
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries are kicking my work Jax will sponsor its second "Prohibition" dance of
concerning such should be directed to: because they are bald, I the year Feb. 9 at the Enlisted Mens Club as part of an on-going
/..,"\' THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY have good news. You don't effort to provide good entertainment without the use of alcohol.
S M;* ,$ 4565 Shirley Ave.,Jacksonville, Fla. 32210' have to be jealous from Entertainment Norfolk will be provided by the "Third Wire", a band
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folksipger by
..II"/on., ';''IVI Telephone 387-3566 anymore; I sell toupees! popular demand, the USO's "unusual Southern;Onkers" pan-
Vl' 4JI tomime group.

JI J t VOL. 31 NO. 44 JANUARY 31, 1974 ( James Humble The first NAS Jax Prohibition Dance was held Jan. 19 at the
Men's Hair Stylist Candlelight Restaurant with an estimated 300 people attending.

Navy Exchange .


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JANUARY 31, 1974 JAX AIR NEW-AIRWINGER PAGE 3"Woodpeckers"



migrate to "land of fire and ice" I


I Jax-The "Woodpeckers" of VP-491eft the warm, sunny skies of Florida this
:' 'f .. week and headed for the cold, dark climate of Keflavik, Iceland.

;,.. On their fourth consecutive During the 11 months since squadron I
t'i,' operates and had the I
: : ';;'" deployment to Iceland in the P-3C their last deployment, the chance to see Jacksonville from A
,:; '".: they will once again operate squadron has been very active in the air in one of the Navy's finest '' .oJ 1I i
': ':i. under the operational control of operational, training and aircraft, the P-3C. d v' .-.
J "I'"!.1; Commander,Iceland Sector Anti. recruiting efforts. VP-49 flight crews spent mostof /dT
submarine Warfare Group. Activities included par- their homeport stay trainingand
Cdr. Victor S. Gulliver, VP-49 ticipation in area airshows, both perfecting procedures in the
CO, is confident that his troops here and at NAS Albany, and also P-3C which will be used in their
will have a safe and successfultour national airshows at Dallas, ASW operations over the North
in the far north and recent 1 Texas and Cleveland, Ohio. Atlantic Ocean and the Nor- 1 \
squadron accomplishmentsreinforce For two weeks in July the wegian Sea.
his confidence. squadron hosted the Navy's first
VP-49 completed its 90,000th female NROTC students. The While most of the deploymentwill
accident-free flight hour this highlight of their stay was accompanying demand hard work and long
hours, the flight crews will have
month and the "Woodpeckers"received I a crew on an
the Top Flyer Award I overwater navigation training the opportunity to make NATO
from Commander Second Fleet I flight to Rota, Spain. flights to and from several A.i .
for operational activities in the Later m the year, NJROTC European NATO countries, in- i ec'
November-December Atlantic :students from Orange Park High cluding Denmark, Holland and V
.
Fleet Readiness Exercise. :School were shown how a patrol Norway.The
long winter nights near the
Arctic Circle will gradually shiftto c'
the long summer days with
only a few hours of darkness,
offering a chance for some to
discover the interesting
geography and scenery that is
unique to Iceland.

gpNCTUARYIH THE The "Woodpeckers" will
return here this
f NO cr, ; OFfP summer.



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i I. "Wet" dry run" launches new life-saving program I I


< ; By Rich Beck
G Jax-"We had been talking about a dry run,but now we've got a wet
.- dry run."
That's what Dr. Robert Jackson of University Hospital's Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit said moments before an HS-1 helicopter with a 2 Ib.
passenger aboard landed at the hospital Friday afternoon on the
first flight of a new program that will mean life for many who would
have died before.
a : The passenger was a less than one-day-old baby girl born 13 weeks
a i.. '1s prematurely in Vero Beach with respiratory problems, a common
ailment in "premies"The .
new program is an emergency transportation network recentlyset
up between University Hospital, the city's Public Safety Depart
ments and the Navy to provide the most rapid transportation possiblefor
sick and injured people in outlying areas.
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Dr Ronald Garrison of the University Hospital Neonatal Intensive
Care Unit received word from a Gainesville doctor that the infant
i! '-. Lir needed help at 7:30: a.m. Friday, only about three hours after the baby
girl had been born
The "wet dry run" was set in motion as Dr. Garrison called the
-*R __ Rescue Squad, which then requested the Navy chopper under an
agreement between the city's Public Safety Department and the Navy
to provide air transportation over long distances
r'- An HS-1 chopper was in the air less than an hour later with Lt. Jim
Toone as pilot,Ltjg(j )Paul McMahon,co-pilot,and AWC Gary Lobdellas
the crewmember
A doctor and nurse from University Hospital were also aboard
with an isolet described by Dr. Jackson as a "traveling intensivecare
unit" for premature babies.
"We've always had a good working relationship with the Navy,"Dr.
.........!- Jackson added, "An average of one baby a week is transported here
MAKING EVERY SECOND COUNT-No time is being wasted in transporting the premature (University Hospital) from the Naval Hospital for treatment of
I passenger from HS-l's chopper into University Hospital's neonatal intensive care ward. (Photo byt'eTe respiratory problems,so you can see we return the favor."

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-The Human Relations Center (Bldg. 451)) is now equipped to
provide counseling and assistance in the areas of drug and alcohol F
abuse and race relations on a round-the-clock basis.
On weekdays between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m., at least two qualified I
counselors will be at Bldg. 451 and can be reached on Exts. 2900, 3507,
2659 ("Hot Line"),2650 and 2419(Racial Affairs,8 a.m.to 4 p.m. only). P ,
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During all other hours, the Duty Counselor can be contacted by
calling the Junior Officer of the Day at Ext.2338. _
In order to protect the anonymity and confidentiality of the caller, _
he will be asked to provide the JOOD with a phone number and any _
name (any nickname, alias or symbol will suffice). _
The JOOD will then contact the Duty Counselor who will return the 025Iafff" _
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call as soon as possible.
JOODs will not give out the phone number of the Duty Counselor,nor _
will they make arrangements for the counselor to meet with the caller. _
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Jax.'Communications" is the basic theme of the Counseling and S for
Assistance Center workshop scheduled for Feb. 49.
During the first four days a variety of exercises aimed at self- .' --
awareness and interpersonal relationships will be conducted.The VISITS NARF-Congressman Charles E. Bennett (Left Front) is briefed on
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exercises will be interspersed with presentations and his tour of the facility. NARF employees
C.E. Boeing, NARF C.O.,during
NARF by Capt.
operations
discussions on drugs and the drug culture, race relations,attitude and
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aiding in the explanation are (L-RV): Rland E. Byrd, Richard J. Kemmen, Louis LaGrande and
introduction to the psychological theories of Transactional
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The overall goal is to foster effective communication across the controlling pollution in the area.

boundaries of race,age, paygrade, background, position or any other
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fifth deals with the of the to
day application concepts presented -- -
Navy life and the military structure. Navy Exchange has Compliments, criticism, propriate department manager.
Workshop hours are from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Thur- suggestions boxes in the Retail suggested changes,additions and If.you provide your name and
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civilian attire should be worn for the first four days. just waiting for your ideas and merchandise and services are all and check the callback requestbox
On Friday, hours are 9 a.m. to noon and the Uniform of the Day is suggestions.These items for the suggestion box. every effort will be made to

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allow you, the customer, to the Navy Exchange is using a Customer preferences and
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L WITHOUT Navy Exchange Officer and form,which can be filled out in a in determining what merchandise -
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I Cdr. Weir relieves Cdr. Woodlief a s VP:5 g.C. 0-: I IA


By Lt(Jg) Bill VP.., hart received' the CNa 0
VP-5 PAO Maintenance Award, an award
Woodlief,
Frank L.
Jax-Cdr. of given to the top Atlantic Fleet
had become part
who last year squadron in the field of main
Naval Aviation history by tenance.
command of an
assuming hundred thousand
One ac
aviation patrol squadron, cident-free) flying hours was
VP-5's C.O.
his tour as
completed probably the most important first
relieved by
he was
Friday when
the "Mad Foxes"ever celebrated
Richard W. Weir.
Cdr
since this milestone was reached
Fox"
the "Mad
Formerly when VP-5 returned home.
Weir
Officer, Cdr.
Executive
With safety always of utmost
VP-5 after serving as
to
came inportance, the squadron has
Commanding Officer of the New
continued to maintain this
Recruiting
Orleans Navy
unparalled accomplishment and
District.
completed 12 years of accident-
Cdr. Weir had previously
served here with Patrol free flying this month.A .

Squadrons 18, 30 and 45. Big Leap
Last the "Mad Foxes"
The change of command year
ceremony was highlighted by took a big leap in the area of

having Capt. Albert P. retention.The .

Lesperance, COMPATWING 11,
and RAdm. Harold G. Rich, squadron rose from a low
Commander, Patrol Wings, U.S. rate of re-enlistment to over the
Atlantic Fleet, as distinguishedguests. 50 percent retention mark, ap
proximately twice the Navywide

Following the ceremony, a average.
reception was held at the NAS After returning here in August,
f Officers' Club to honor Cdr. VP-5 started their transition to

Woodlief, Cdr. Weir and VP-5's the computerized "Charlie"
1 new Executive Officer, Cdr. model of the P-3 '"Orion" air

Harold L. Midtvedt.Cdr. craft.
/ September saw VP-5's first P-
Midtvedt reported to the 3C arrive: a "first" all had been
"Mad Foxes" after a tour of duty eagerly awaiting.
at the office of the Chief of Naval Since then, VP-5 personnelhave
Operations. been transitioning to their
new aircraft and successfully
Year of Firsts
1973 is almost a month gone by, meeting operational com-
mitments.
but the"Mad Foxes"have a lot to
1973 was a highly successful
result of their
remember a
as
SMILING FAREWELL--Cdr. Richard W. Weir (Left) says "Goodbye" to Cdr. Frank L. Woodliefas year for VP-5 and the "Mad
the
accomplishments during past
he prepares to take over the controls at VP-5. Foxes" will strive to make 1974
year It was a year of "firsts" for
an even better one-another yearof
the squadron.The -
"firsts".

initial first came last
January when Cdr. Woodlief

Continuing our efforts to maintain our Excellent 4.0 rating became the first Naval Flight We've Changed our Name
Officer to command an aviation but the SERVICE is the Sameat. '

with our Navy customers, we offer this exclusive service.... patrol squadron.Two ...

months later, VP-5 "
deployed to the Mediterraneanfor
.o a split deployment at Naval MQNDA 1

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With the return of the "Mad 6332 BLANDING BLVD.
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I Cdr. Woodlief, Capt. Albert P. Lesperance LCdr. Rogers. I IRich

99,999.9 ACCIDENT FREE HOURS One of VP-S' "Orion" antisubmarine .
aircraft, with LTJG John Byrne at the controls,touches
down. The intermittant rain that greeted the "MAD FOXES' last
returning aircraft didn't seem to dampen the squadron's spirits as
they celebrated their safety milestone and the completion of their ; ( ;
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YNSN Thelma BUPERS with-coworkersand
Jax -- requirementsfor manner I
Mae James has been those that are is extremely en-
( selected January's Ser- classified as deserters. thusiastic and cheerful I i S
viceman of the Month. According to a letter about her work. Her appearance LI
Attached to Legal's nominating her for the and military

Processing Section, she is honor, "She has a quiet, manner is beyond IIzE15t
responsible for all deserter unassuming manner and reproach."

return and UA entries. In has rapidly learned most -IS
addition, she has control phases of the Processing For winning the Ser-
over service records of all Section. viceman of the l\fonth'honor,
absentees and is "YNSN James gets she will receive a trip to St.
responsible for all along in an excellent Augustine courtesy of the I

Jacksonville USO, a
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"Batmen" back from Keflavik I

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Jax VP-24 returned Lajes Field in the Azores, apart from families and

I V here this week from a five and flew a total of more friends, but spirits
and one-half month than 3,500 hours. remained high in an-

M M.1 deployment to Keflavik, ticipation of the end of the
18 with the
On Oct. ,
Iceland. deployment, just four
Northern Lights as a
weeks
Cdr. DanielH. away.
background,
The "Batmen" began
Demand relieved Cdr. The Bat Squadron endedits
their in late
deployment Edward F. Doherty as VP- deployment in the Landof
{
4: August with the sun 24's Commanding Officer.A Ice and Fire withIceland's
24 hours inIceland's
shining a day northern winter
northern sum- number of Batmen
showing the sun for only
mer sky.During. joined a select few and four hours each day.
-H aI earned their "Blue Noses"

I the following during the deployment by VP-24 is happy to be
crossing the Arctic Circle. home and secure in the
months, VP-24's 68 officers
knowledge that their
and 266 enlisted
personnel
VP-24 spent a "WhiteChristmas" deployment was a suc-
participated in such
on the island cessful one.
exercises as OperationSwift

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I NWCA Jax 86 installs 1974 club officers-I


4 By Judy BeckerJax..Reverencett Kubisiak; parliamentarian, Mrs. This year's national theme for McAllister; recording secretary; Richard Croley.
was the' Dwight LaMar; and chaplain, NWCA is "Growth Through Mrs. Raymond Ganthner; Special GuestsIn
theme and dogwood the flower as Mrs. E.J. Wager. Understanding" and, with this in corresponding secretary, Mrs.Mrs. { addition to NWCA's national
NWCA Jax 86 held its 27th annual Mrs. Marcia Oylar, accompanied mind, Dr. Berry spoke on things Martin Scully; treasurer, president and her husband
,
I installation of officers and by Mrs. C.F. Holmes that get in the way of growing. Eugene Kubisiak; parliamentarian included national
and guests pin
awards banquet Saturday Night. sang "Let There Be Peace" at Points Chairman Mrs. Jay Mrs. Dwight LaMar ; Mrs.
chairman George Schoor
The candlelight ceremonieswere the recessional. Mrs. Joseph Perry presented the club j jewelryand chaplain, Mrs. Richard Croley. and her husband; Mrs. Owen
held at the NAS Jax Moldoon was the chaplain'sescort. prizes earned by the men- Mrs. McAllister then presentedMrs. national
King, past mimeo
Protestant Chapel with Mrs. bers for the hours each put in for Celmer a guard and gift
Robert Mersey and Mrs. Leslie Awards Banquet the club during the past year. Top from the board. Mrs. Ganthner chairman; Mrs.national Thomas J.
lighting the candles. After the services, club award went to Mrs. Howard Soha earned a Sunburst pin for having Bennett past pin
Chaplain Frank Urbano, members and guests moved to with 1,101 hours.Second and third served two consecutive years on chairman; Mrs. Fred Lundgrenand
husband
her past national
Catholic Chaplain, installed the the CPO Club for the awards places went to Mrs. John Duval the board. and distribution
following new board members: banquet.Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Celmer, printing
president, Mrs. Ronald Celmer; Reginald V. Berry, a respectively. National NWCA President Mrs. chairman; and past national
vice-president, Mrs. Raymond retired Navy Captain and Mrs. Celmer, 1973 president, B.J. Howard, a former presidentand scholarship secretary-treasurer
and current president of Dixie
Ganthner; recording secretary, presently Director of the Duval presented the guards of office life member of Jax 86,
Mrs. Jay Perry; corresponding County Child Guidance Clinic and and gifts from her to the other presented the gavel to the new zheim Area Council and her, Mrs.husband.Norman Froit-
secretary, Mrs. Martin Scully, an honorary member of NWCA outgoing board members: vice president.Mrs. .
Also in attendance theclub's
treasurer, Mrs Eugene Jax 86, was the guest speaker president, Mrs _Harry, Celmer then presentedher were
1974 chairmen. They include: co-sponsors, Capt. and
Amblyopia and Layette, Mrs. Mrs. William G. Sizemore, NAS
Leslie Becker; Audit, Mrs. Jax Commanding Officer; Capt.
I : Thomas Wofford; Game Nights, and Mrs. Donald J. Childers, NAS
: -I : Mrs. Robert Mersey; Foster Jax Executive Officer; and Capt.
\t Child, Mrs. Joseph Moldoon; and Mrs. A.P. Lesperance,
K House Purchasing, Mrs. Harold COMPATWING 11.
Erb, Luncheon, Mrs. Robert Other guests were Mrs.
Judd; Membership and Reginald Berry, honorary
ti 'C; .1R' Yr Publicity, Mrs. Henry Bean; member of Jax 86 and sponsor of
Mimeo and Newsletter, Mrs the Dixie Area Council; Mrs.
Owner King. Galen Delude and her husband,
Also, Not New Shop, Mrs. Lyle president of NWCA Mayport 201;
Kissner with Mrs. Richard Mrs. Edward Hall and her
y Balling as her co-chairman; husband, president of NWCA
w-iift1 Nursery, Mrs. Stanley Cottill; Cecil Field 121; Chaplain J.I.
: Pins, Mrs. Howard Soha; Points, Goad, who gave the invocationand
1 Mrs. Glenn Hall; Posters and benediction; Chaplain Frank
qi Snack Bar, Mrs. James Cole; Urbano and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Ti Snack Bar Co-chairman, Mrs. Slocumb.
James Brink; Revisions, Mrs. The chairman and cochairmanfor
S. ..- !ETT \ Dwight LaMar, Scrapbook, Mrs. the installation and banquetwere
: : Richard Kannair; Social, Mrs. Mrs. E.J. Wager and Mrs.

John Duval; and Telephone, Mrs. Dwight LaMar.. .
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Eugene Kubisiak, treasurer; Mrs. Martin Scully corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jay Perry, i
I recording secretary; Mrs. Ronald Celmer, president; Mrs. Raymond Ganthner, vice president; IJ11fli
Mrs. Dwight LaMar, parliamentarian;and Mrs. E.J. Wager,chaplain.

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TORRANCE'S KITCHENJax


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Sharing of recipes in Torrance's
Kitchen
reached
a new high
this week with the arrival
of
two
of the favorite recipes of Ms.
Marguerite Brown of the Supply Department's
Division.We Aviation Support

haven't tried these recipes in Torrance's Kitchen, but judging
from the ingredients they look so rich and tasty that we want to share
one with you right away.

Sour Cream Coffee Cake

FILLING: one third cup brown sugar, 1 cup chopped nuts, % cup
white
aside. sugar, 1 teaspoon cinnamon. Combine all ingredients and set r s a

BATTER: J,2 cup butter (room temperature), 1 cup sugar, 2 eggs p a
(unbeaten), 2 cups all purpose flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder, /4 .
teaspoon salt, 1 cup sour cream,l teaspoon vanilla. \ 1'I''I!
Cream butter and sugar, beat in eggs, sift dry ingredients and blend
into mixture a third at a time. Mix thoroughly after each addition. Stir
in sour cream and vanilla until thoroughly blended. This produces a
very thick batter.

Put one-half of the batter into a greased 8x10 or 9x9 cake pan and
sprinkle with a little more than one-half of the filling.
Pour remaining batter on top, followed by the remainder of the
filling. Gently pat filling down.
Bake at 350 degrees 45-50 minutes.

This recipe can be made ahead of time and frozen for future use. .- ,
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ANY SUGGESTIONS? NARF employees G.B. Godfrey (Left) and A.C. Mingledorf discuss S-2
expand operating hoursJax brake problems, one of the fields students at next week's Value Engineering Seminar will encounter
in hopes of improving cost effectiveness.

-The NAS Jax Officers'Club is now open on Mondays, featuring r
a "Complete New York Stripsteak Dinner" for $3.50. Value Seminarset
Engineering
Dining room hours are from 6:30: to 9:30: p.m.
The Deli bar in the Main Brace is open for the lunch hour from 11

a.m. to 2 p.m.Beginning for next week NARFJaxNARF
Feb. 7, the Candlelight Restaurant will be open for dining at
on Thursday evenings. '
The restaurant will be open to all hands and will feature steak will host a training tative, Pacific; Neil. E. Solomon, personnel trained to conduct
dinners with all the trimmings. seminar on the Principles and Naval Ordnance Station, Value Engineering studies.
Hours of operation will be from 5-10 p.m. Applications of Value Louisville; and Dana E. Cart- Value Engineering differs from
EngineeringPAVEFeb.( ) 415. wright, Naval Shipyard, other cost reduction efforts sinceit
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# v out7)efVe)) dom Management Engineering Approximately half the service or hardware item and
or the Qnf.ii'i"v Training Agency (AMETA) students will come from within
for
develops a proposal merging
buf./ course is sponsored by the Naval NARF and the others from East
these
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:- II Material Command (NAVMAT) least possible cost.
/ I and the Office of Civilian Man- DoD requires that certain
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DRUG I t }\ The course will be coordinated Engineering Programs to functional cost analysis often
-.i ,0' locally by the NARF Training provide an organized approach to results in reductions in the
ABUSE I' ...: :,' -.J, 'I" '_...' Branch and the Value cost reduction and aid in ob original costs of 40, 60 or even 90

!if, rBfT( ; \ Engineering Office. taining maximum value for percent. This compares
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ii. \ Certified AMETA instructors every defense dollar spent. favorably with preestablishedgoals
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Griffins part of PEP program
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: Family returning to England. .




Lt.C.A. Curtin things, a total of five years of at the Britsh Navy Staff
/,,, .. By
..." "" ," ,;.':-. Jax-Electrical MechanicianAir formal schooling in his specialty.To Headquarters enroute to
( ) Bryan L. Griffin, Royal many Americans, this Helicopter Anti-Submarine
Squadron ONE, then home-
Navy, arrived in the United promotion and career structure
in Rhode Island.
ported
States approximately two years may seem rather awe-inspiring.
.. S' However Chief Griffin pointsout Upon his arrival in Rhode
ago to participate in the Personnel ,
'S. 1i' 1 Exchange Program For that since the initial Island the 9th of May, Chief
i : the Chief and his family (wife enlistment is for such a long Griffin and his family were
Pauline, son Mark, 13; and time, usually only career- greeted by their IiS-1 sponsors.
e daughter Susan, 9)), the past two oriented men apply for British The sponsors, Master Chief
years have been a time of naval service in the first place. Aviation Anti-submarine
discovery and challenge. But Even though the enlistment Operator and Mrs. John Malloy,
--'I jW soon the Griffins will return to contract is for nine years, the were invaluable to the Griffins.
: England,and,as many people do, Chief states that it is possible to They helped the newcomers with
they find the ending of an exciting be released from service early. housing, furniture, trans.
r experience a time to pause and The Chief cited many portation, schooling for the
t v r -A ; reflect 'upon what has taken similarities between the two children, and countless other
r. place. navies, such as uniforms, jargon domestic needs.
"To start at the beginning, I and the enlisted rate system. But With Pauline settled in her first
suppose, would be best," began he noted some rather interesting American home, Mark and Susan
the Chief. "I joined the Royal differences. Royal Navy Chief enrolled in Rhode Island public
Navy in 1958. I was 16." He had Petty Officers wear dungareeswhen school, the Chief found himself
just finished the British working on aircraft;; their quickly enmeshed in American
equivalent of high school when he uniform wardrobe contains life. He and Pauline had slight
signed his initial nine-year nothing equivalent to American difficulties adapting to different
enlistment contract. He served Navy Aviation Greens or speech patterns, currency, and
"Junior Time" as an Electrical Tropical Khakis. (While serving attitudes, while the two children
Mechanic until he was 18. This with the U.S. Navy, Chief Griffinis had markedly: fewer problems;
"Junior Time" did not count allowed to wear appropriate "The children adapted quickly,
toward his retirement or American naval uniforms, when but my wife and I were a little
promotion.After his own British are inap more set in our ways," he ex
advancing to Petty Of- propriate.) plains. j
ficer, he subsequently changed While many of the differences His observations about I
his rating to ELMN (A), Electrical between the two services are American shopping habits are
Mechanician (Air). It is a technical, the Chief admitted: "I interesting. "Everything it
much more complex and thought most Britons do; the seems, is packaged in enormous
technical rating which demandsa United States and its Navy are quantities here. At home, our
thorough knowledge of the never short of cash and the lack of storage and fridge space
electronic gear in aircraft. Chief amenities and equipment would precludes such bulk buying. The
"' Griffin was advanced to his reflect this. I see now that you shops are superb compared with
present rate of Chief Petty Officer suffer from much the same those in our little Cornwall.
I CHECKING IT OUT-Chief Griffin examines the inside of a in 1969. Criteria for this financial problems as we do." "The prices," he continues, "are
helicopter while ATAN Mark Van Reken looks on. advancement were, among other He also noted differences Inworking astronomical. But we no longercompare
hours and leave policy; ,with home. I hear
"Formal working hours are British prices are catching up"
longer here, but you can get time Seeming to sense many
RING OF FLAME RESTAURANT off. In the Royal Navy, leave is Americans' concern about the
taken only three times a year- "UglyAmerican" reputation, he
Easter, Summer, and Christmas. volunteered: "Rudeness and
Chief Griffin applied for the courtesy seem to be mixed in
Personnel Exchange Program much the same quantity as
through Royal Navy channels elsewhere. Sometimes, the ac-
early in 1972. By May he was in
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The Chief feels more at home in ', ", .'.-....."
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the southern state because it
reminds him of home. "I come ":' :- .'.
from Porthleven in Cornwall. It'sa 'J;.','.
small quaint fishing village, ,",r', ,
much like those I saw while we
were in Rhode Island. But For-
thleven's weather is more like :
Jacksonville's.We're right on the
Gulf Stream at home, so it's nice
and warm. Great resort sports in
the summer. And palm trees! I
haven't seen them since we left
Cornwall."
Chief Griffin is the Avionics
Division Chief at HS-1, a job he
finds rewarding and challenging.
"This is the best spot for me in
the squadron," he explained. "In : : td
avionics, we do maintenancework
on the electronic gear in all
the squadron's aircraft-radios,
sonar, navigation equipment.And .
this, of course, is what an
Electrical Mechanician does. The
specific equipment is different, of %
I' course," the Chief continued,
"but any electronics man can Y
make the transition with com
paratively little trouble. Of
course, liS-1 gave me a through
familiarization course when I got tssllrll .. <
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here and that helped quite a bit." "
As Division Chief, he is also HAVE NOTHING TO SAY"-Mark listens intently as his father I
responsible for the guidance and her yarncraft."I the family's reactions to America.Let's .
leadership of the 45 enlisted men
in the division. "They have
taught me a lot and I'll never
forget them".His division was at
first confused by his British Clean AmericaFor
military commands during Up
formal inspections and morning
musters. Now look forwardto
they
his British drill calls as a
bright spot at the start of the day. Our 200th BirthdayWe're
! Speaking about the Personnel
Exchange Program, Chief
Griffin gives it high marks;
"From a personal point of view, I
find this tour interesting and
extremely challenging. It not
only gives me a chance to see and
compare America and her Navyto now accepting applicationsfor
our own; it gives my
American counterpart an opportunity -
to learn how things are nomination to the
done in other countries. I sin-
cerely feel that this interaction S

between allies will encourage Board of Directors < ,>
>
mutual understanding and ap- ': ,, : ,.t.
.
to have been < '
preciationl am glad
able to participate in this and the Credit Committee.
program and feel quite fortunateto
have had the opportunity. My
I family and I will be leaving ;
America sometime during the 5 ,
summer; in many ways and for
I many reasons, we will be sad togo S
It will be hard for all of us to I
leave friends behind we fear we
will never see again.But with this uSee
Personnel Exchange Program,
you just never know"
The Chief summed up his two
years in the United States: "To
/,
use a colloquialism, I had a ;
ball!"



Veterans any credit union officer or branch manager

Deadline is Feb. 1

AskQWhat <;'

JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONJANUARY ''.:, '


cutoff date has been

set for veterans' benefits for the r HAS JAX,aid"" Jt ROOSEVELT PHONE 3..1391 MALL HAS CECIL FIELD.- aldg.26 I ,.
Vietnam War? hI 387 5622 or Base EIII. 2431 I HoursMon..Frl.10AM.5:30PM: : I 772 98Uor Base Ext 21S I
A-No such date has been set. Hour. Mon.,Fri,9AM1,30PM, Sat.9AM.1PM Hour Mon. Frl 30A"t3 30PM
The Vietnam Era is still continu
ing for of eligibility for
veterans'purposes benefits. . _ .... ,...A. .. .- . \ .. ..... . . .
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PAGE NEW-AIRWINGER
16 JAX AIR



I Your effort can snub energy crisesIN



YOUR MINDThe Storeroom.) Do not wash dishes under hot running

crisis is problem facing water.
present energy a
Keep water heater set on "normal" and use hot
almost in the world. We in this
every country Refrigerator and freezer
water judiciously (try rinsing hands in cold water)
country, will get through it only if every person Reduce amount and temperature of hot water used for Use a standard model refrigerator.

cuts back his energy consumption. showers, baths, washing-rinsing clothes. Replace -. The frost-free refrigerator requires 50 per
Relying on the cutbacks of others, trying to washers in dripping faucets (especially hot water). cent more energy than the standard model.
convince ourselves that the crisis is only a The side-by-side refrigerator-freezer uses up to

scare tactic of the major energy companiesand Tele ision 45 per cent more energy than the standard
carelessly wasting our resources will, in
model.
.
Use only solid state television sets.
the long run, boomerang with untold force.A When not in use unplug television sets Keep freezer full at all times.
ten to 20 per cent reduction in the use of
which supply the instant tune-on feature. Kitchen stove
natural gas, gasoline, diesel oil and electric Lighting Use the burner whose diameter is most

power is considered achievable if the following Install fluorescent lamps in place of incan- nearly the size of your pan or pot.

steps are taken: descent ones wherever feasible. Use self-cleaning feature sparingly.

IN THE HOME Fluorescent lamps are foul times as effi- Turn off all pilot lights on a gas kitchen
Where winters are moderate use SVfe-inch cient as incandescent lamps and last seven to stove, and use a switch operated electric
ceiling and wall insulation for gas heat. Use ten times as long. starter.

6-inch ceiling and SVz-inch wall insulation for Use lights in specific work areas instead of IN THE OFFICE
electric heat. lighting a whole room.
Where winters are severe use 6-inch ceiling Turn off all lights when not in use. Reduce lighting in office areas wherever possible

., and SVsz-inch wall insulation for gas heat. Use Household without adversely affecting light levels working sur-
9-inch ceiling and SVa-inch wall insulation for Appliance energy faces. Turn off lights hen occupants are to be absent
electric heat. Water heater more than I 10 minutes.
Turn off water heater while away from Reduce lighting in warehouses and in public spaces,
Clean furnace filter bi-weekly and change it two home for more than two days. e.g.,corridors, restrooms,cafeterias,club spaces,etc.
times per year. (Filters are available to personnel living Whenever possible run washing machine on by 50 per cent or to lowest level commensurate with
in base housing at the Housing SelfhelpSHERRY cold water. safety..

f
r : '

M CHILDERS Transitiondies


f! M =1 ri k' Country-Western Use car pools May 31

8:30: pm til 1:30: am
Jax--The Navy's
i Cocktail Hour 5-7 pm "Transition" program,

...... .. .. which has been providingjob
,
: .
; : : : : :
::<:::::::;::>::: :f: ::: :::
referral assistance to
SPECIALRATES per person people leaving the Navy for
FOR SERVICEMEN shoo double occupancy nearly seven years, will
come to an end on May 31
Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood NEWEST CONCEPT
Restaurant,250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic, IN APARTMENT LIVING as a result of Congressionalaction
Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking. eliminating funds
1 2 ) BEDROOM I AND 2 BATHS tN for the program.
Spacious rooms, wide windows Congress pointed out that
f juxsomiiMOTOR central heat & air cond. Private Ate= the Veterans Administration *
'
P patios,sundecks,swimming pool under the GI
I HOTEL S and party room.
Bill, provides both
9901' Main Street Phone 355.3744 264-8102 educational and vocational

WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL POINTS OF INTEREST 1800 KINGSLEY AVE. training programs for
DIRECTIONS : Between veterans; therefore, they
Blanding Blvd & Orange Park reduced funds for the
Minutes; away via; new '1295.Mustang Transition programs of all

like home- the services in the FY 74
Theresnoiplace : =
.. : c:7 DoD Appropriations Bill
li V
SK (.T > ?% > y J-s
L- and ordered that no moneybe
budgeted for it in the FY
75 Bill.
.
As a result of this action,
1 the 14 Transition sites,
located at t major shore

-1 I ** stations in CONUS and
: t t tr operations effective May
.uO
31.The
sites are staffed by
civilian counselors and
provide counseling services -
job referral,
educational guidance and

some training programs.The .
t
1 vei BUPERS Transition
t Office has indicated that
little or no training will be
available through Tran-
sition after April 1, but
counseling services will be
..JUST ONE OF THE MANY kept open as long as
possible at each TransitionSite.
MILEAGE MAKERS NOW ATDUVL .

In the past, only about 10
1800 park avenue percent of the individuals
receiving help from
orange park Transition were involved ina
.1 training program.
''r ': .
The BUPERS Transition
MOTORS '\\di : \ 1 Office also pointed out that,
i j
the formal
:" although
,., 1616 CASSAT J.: .:.;."J.: Transition program is
: :"
", Ph:3876541SPECIAL I being phased out, the
Navy pamphlet "Tran
; : sition" (NAVPERS 15179A -
'
R FINANCINGFOR ), obtainable at most
.
.. ". command offices
t personnel
SERVICE PERSONNEL
.. 'i"> contains valuable job
information for any Navy
a addteti
Aovd
man or woman leaving the
service.

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31, 1974
JAX AIR NEWS-MRWINGER PAGE 17

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A iBSI H B Ml M



r ia a CALL: 387-3566 [Movie: ScheduleThursday ]



Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. AdS
arriving too late for this deadline will
strutted otherwise. A check be oubliSllf' the fallowing week unless the Publsher; Is in . . .1. . . .
or money order for he cost of the
ad must be received WITH the copy
RATE: minimum charge (lines) ...52.00 Per additional Jan. 31 Sunday, Feb:
line ((4
words per line) ..SOc
NAS NAS "THE OUTSIDE MAN"
Mail to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.. 4565 SHIRLEY AVE : "SKULLDUGGERY" :

w JACKSONVilLE 32210 Drama Starring Burt Reynoldsand Action Drama, Starring Jean

TRAILER Susan Clark. "PG" U05 Louis Trintignant and Ann

(LII-EMPLOYMENT ]J Two, up to twenty LOTS WITH acre Tracts ACREAGE 5 mile '73: BURGUNDY 2CARS CATALINA min.) Margaret "PG"'f H-I' min.

JANITORIAL WORK AT NAS JAX radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to W-Vinyl top $500 equity & take over HOSPITAL: "CLEOPATRA HOSPITAL: "TOM JONES"

Hours 5.9:30: P.M., Call 355.2741 and $3,00000 per acre. Prices are far pymts. $13465 mo. JONES" Drama Starring Monday Feb. 1
for openings at NAS. below near.future values. Call Tony '72GRAND PRIX
ask Tamara Dobson and Shelly NAS: "THE ADVENTURERS"
Royal Services, Inc. George, 389 5514, Eve. 771.1976. Red w-Blk. vinyl top stereo w.tape
WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA deck, bal. $1,300. 15 remaining pymts. Winters.. "PC" ((89 min.) Adventure. Starring

PARTOR FULL TIME Realtors SpecialistWE $87.65. $3,000 equity or reas. offer. Friday Feb. 1 Charles Aznavour and Bekim

MECHANICSAfternoons Excel Cond. By Owner 771.7587 NAS: "GODSPELL" Musical, Fehmir. "R" U71 min.

Saturdays or Full-time BUY EQUITIES between 12 noon.9P.M.RAMBLER .
Starring Victor Garber and Katie HOSPITAL: "THE Ot.TSIDEMAN"
Jax Top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply In Louise T. Bailey
Hanley. "G" ((102 min..)
STA. WAGON
person to Mr. Foster, NIMNICHT Broker 771.3605
CHEVROLET CO.. 1550 Cassat Easy on gas in beautiful condition HOSPITAL: "SKULLDUGGERY" Tuec.lay, F eh. 4NAS
Avenue. OAKHILL PARK inside & out. 388.3540. "THE OFFENSE"Drama

3BR., 2BA., fncd. yd., Stv. & refrig., Saturday Feb.2 Starring Sean Connery
GREAT JOB carpet & drapes,
near bases.
Equity 1970 DUSTER
Earn $50.$75 per wk., working part. 771 8747 340.4spd., high perf. can be handled NAS: "TOM JONES" Comedy, and Treavor Howard. (112

time calling on single girls. Earn with no money dwn., low mo. pymts. Starring Albert Finney and min.)
more with incentive plan Must be SUMMER CABINSINTHESMOKIES Call 358 0881. Susannah York. "PG" ((129 min. > HOSPITAL : "TilE AD-
sharp I Phone 721.3600.
Near Cherokee & Bryson City, N.C. HOSPITAL: "GODSPELL" VENTURERS"POOL

TYPINGOR BOOKKEEPINGAT Paved Roads Good Water Beautiful .
MY HOME Scenery. For Permanent or Summer ,

5 Yrs. experience as a legal secretary. Homes. Jax Beach Phone 246 8383 or 'r
786 8023. BRYSON City, N.C. Phone 488.2714, Check'WANT WATER PHONE

ANALYZED 264.4586"
SERVICEMANInside r RENTALSWILMAR f

sales part.time weekdays &
Sat., Earn extra $5$, SJ.OO hr. to start. APTS.
2BR., Furn., water, sewage & gar. the
at 1506 Prudential Dr.
Apply bage, parking 2 cars small children,
small pets o.k. $125. mo., Washer '
ASSISTANTMANAGERHOTELRESTAURANT Now YOU can install you own ground
$8.00, 387.2541 or 3870744.ORANGEPARK

Prefer mature couple. Lodging turn MARK SPITZ SPARTAN

& Salary. Wife may work also. All 2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn.. Dishwasher
fringe benefits Apply to J. Polischtak. Drapes, Carpets Elizabeth SWIMMING POOL
Heart of Jacksonville Motor Hotel. 901 Apts. 771.1405 or 771 3355.

Main St. ADS SAVE MONEY...
NEAR NAS & CECIL "
NEED BABY SITTER? :
for Like new, 2BR., 12'X60' Mo. Ho., Prvt (your labor our tech)
Would like to sit during day
working mothers. Near Cecil Field $125.Lot, wlr 771.0348., Sewage & garbage turn oa D OR we install...

786.7615 after 6 p.m.
( Financing Available)
3MEN
LIKEGIRLS .
Lg. 3BR. home completely furn. w- BID
Call on the nicest girls in town, full
or 4.312 1
part.time. 7S6 7832. Washer $225. Water & garbage paid. w 1 ''lokotE' 688 KINGSLEY AVE
Call between 3 p.m. & 5 p.m. 7867915. SnwdiideohnhnoroMSun
ORANGE PARK.. FLAI
[ MISCELLANEOUSA I FOR RENTORTEGA3Bdrm.
-
-
., 2 bath house air cond., Stove
recorded message by
SCOTT EDWARDSTells & refrig. Available for 2 years. .
FOX REALTY 7254200I
you how to be a M.y

DISC JOCKEY I ]f t
HOMES
MOBILE
Call 355.2944 any hour. Approved for

veterans.Broadcasting.Columbia San Francisco.School Not of JUSTISSTRAILER PARK new wn.. iyrrer b Big Chief Say:
1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS Clean modern
affiliated with CBS, Inc Course by trailer and apts. 389.3007_ el.4'Cc. :': .M 4 Free Front Wheel '

home study ____ S' Pr asr
COLONY MOBILE HOMES E CbrA Alignment & Static
LIVE CRABS / fpfurn'NUNIrro' r ,
Sales & Rentals, 9359 103rd St. Call cI4SJ'
Wilford's Fish Camp Wheel Balance
2c4.9707 771.0275. Photostating and notary

service. tVQ Z4f urn. With Purchase of
TYLERS HEATING & AIR CONDo E walp / /
LET YOUR RENT
Central and wall furnaces space w :
j7iiw'mou'wI
BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT Four Tires.
heaters, clean & repair. Lake Shore,
REQUIRED
4711 Palmer. 3885161 DEPOSIT ml, AlE
b.qT
HOMES
SUMIT MOBILE THE BRIDGESTONE170V ow

KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER 5210 Phillips, Highway, 733.9422 ,
take paymentsof BRING THIS AD FOR $100.OFF ., I.0 1 PAY
Responsible$7.00 per party month. Rayfield's up 6437 o.d.no Sw0.r,aund cb/hl vNMI.p I 6 Ply Puncture Penetration Protection

WE BUY AND SELL
Wilson Blvd., 772 8936.CHRISTMAS : r '. 50,000 MILE
e ]
GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES Pr +dl, 3 Ply Steel Belts ,
GUARANTEE
LAYAWAY Phone 388.4619

LEFT UNCLAIMEDZig ] 3 Fabric Radial Piys '
Zag sewing machine, brand new | TRANSPORTATION..JINTERNATIONAL _

1973 Model Balance $68 or assume $9 SCOUTS .C.lU 4. bNtM ol. Priced as low as t ,
per month payments. Sewing machineleft Y
unclaimed customer left area 16 to Choose from, 4 cylinder Hard top
Models (removable) 20,000 to 40,000
cannot locate. Sews on buttons makes TONAL
miles. Ideal for sportsman, second
buttonholes, appliques does
2509 Phillips SALE V' 5% DISCOUNT
everything. Phone 731.0197 ask for car. prices start at$699 .kM'.r ch.rw.

credit manager. Will deliver, no HiWay, 396.2025. Century 21 Imports.NO .CHIu FOR CASH
obligation. E Fr, / JANUARY
CASH DOWN Mlar/l/ dj

PROF. PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE 1966 Chevelle 396.4spd., n ard.I Plus1.57 r
FET
:
CommercIal Weddings, Portraits Call 358 0881. cIENIit
Tf 0e'u.
388-I40J nIM SIZE 1SSSR12 : *'
'70 CHEVELLE 5.5.4$4 ri'f f / 9

JEANS PROFESSIONALDANCE AT, R&H, Excel. Cond., $1700, Call ,
ACADEMY Cecil Ext. 354 from 7:30: a.m. 4 p.m.or aM pMuu

Westconnett 103rd & Orange Park, 781.9350 aft. 5 p.m. 'weekends. -, 165SR13 38.26 165SR15 41.55 t
Bellair Civic Bldg.. Ballet Tap Toe, trroil. .44
Jazz Hula, Tahitian, Baton, & ,CAMARO RALLY SPORT ,9SSTOREWIDE. I 185SR13 39171 205SR15 52.40

Acrobatics. Register Now, 771-2521 350 cu. in. engine.2 barrel carb.,3.Spd eli, 175S814 41.06 215SR15 57.17
7715464. 778.3655 Children & Adults. Dave,264-7531 or 264 9775
trans. Phone 185SR14 41.86 225SR15 66,13
GEORGE'SKENNELS after 6 p.m. ___ /

Dogs& Cats Boarded 1963 FORD 2 5S 4 51 5 PId'.I.J.etUIHIU JJ

Pickup & delivery service since 1925. 390.4Spd., like new, no cash
& shipping. 2DR., HT Passenger Tin Guarantee
Grooming, training : pymts. Call 358.0881.
mo.
Visitors welcome. Bankamerlcard & dwn., low Curiittf if nut rf mi kuvfc let tit bit if t**.t.4 trtri If tee t 1m.Ira...it w
Mastercharge honored. Off I 1-10 near pt.I.rtpitf" it fni w relict it.rtf m|11*.tor tit tread MIT M I pro vita UKI 111 tktcvrtit
Cajsjf Ave. & Edgewood. pat plus tu.CiYHtrri 4

SOlS Edgewood Ct.,389-OOM
I if rat Vex lit for i spttK* MODERN PIANOINSTRUCTION tflrtplxt it CtaM tor widijiiu Cwt.Mcul tttoltt tichdtf.
Call Mr. Anthony d

7374065NEW2IGZAGSEWINGMACHINE JJJJAN. ,

Just out of layaway. Someone to ,

assume pymts. $68 Cash or $9.20 mo.

Call 3895591. 31 thru FEB. 9 TIRE COMPANY
1
I REAL ESTATE t .
1 1
MAKING ROOM FOR SPRING FASHIONS-- S444 NOftMANOV IIVO.llt-Qtil V
FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS WE'RE 210) MAVfOKT K0.748n
Boutique COIS HANDING IIVQ.ill J 4* ;SC!) PHILIPS HWT tJlISSSIJANUARY
CONTACTJoe Maternity
Roplak (RET. NAVY) Realtor Gaye's
Associate Representing BOULEVARD PHONE MMMIV
BLANDING _
2153 _
Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors -
OFFICE ... ..,.. ... .. .... .. # ...i'9.!: I
: 771-803 RES.781.77IS...:, ...\, ".." ,"'..:.".'.'.'..,'.'.:..'.'1\ *:',tfvtoA........'*:
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PAGE- 18 JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER JANUARY 31, 1974David


e David U. Stubbs selectedCivilian



of the Month


.

A Ae Jax-January's Civilian Employee of the Month is David U. Stubbs, a Packerin .

the Supply Department's Material Division Traffic Branch.
Stubbs performs packing services for a variety of aviation material, general
commodities and ships material, including electronic gear received in the raw.

According to a letter from Capt. D.P. McGillivary, Supply Officer, nominatinghim
for the ward, Mr. Stubbs "has performed all the basic functions of his

position in an excellent manner,with a minimum of training and supervision."He .

consistently performs all tasks in a congenial manner, always willing to
r assist supervisors and fellow employees, even though it may not be a job

R requirement."His .


'-? -" .. -- -.-....... willingness to assist in any way possible to increase the overall effectiveness -
U. Stubbs of the Packing Unit can best be exemplified through his versatility in
performing all phases of the packing functions with an outstanding degree of
January Special! f NOW quality."

.
-f
JULIETTE AM/FM 95 "Through his attitude and industrious example toward work assignments, Mr.

RADIOS Stubbs has improved the packing process for MAP (Military Assistance

OF-MCfc: Program) and FMS (Foreign Military Salesitems.)
POST FAST FREE DELIVERY "He has erected storage bins in this area and places packaged items awaiting
shipment instructions for foreign shipments."
it VENETIA DRUGS

Pharmacist" "He is a highly versatile worker, capable of performing all packing functions
"Your Neighborhood with little direct supervision, and he is willing to give his utmost, whatever the
5501 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD PHONE 384.6452 "
task. .

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: ., GOO ;YEAR set CPO meeting wives



,. .S mii : r Jax--The Chief Petty
1' Tires and Accessories Officers' Wives club will

'..1 meet Monday, Feb. 4, at 8
p.m. in the NAS Jax CPO
ARE AVAILABLE AT
Club.

SPECIAL MILITARY PRICESAT All wives of active and

retired E-7 through E-9s

THESE GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES: are invited to attend.


.
CECIL FIELD j"' FRIENDLY,RELAXED&

.{ 5500 JAMMES ROAD (Near 103rd, one block off Blanding) : ', QUIET ATMOSPHERE
; 4WNNItllWl'' >-'-'->:*:* NORMANDY BOULEVARD
:x 5429
IDEALLY
-\-I: ; LOCATED FOR
;': 4593 SAN JUAN AVENUE CECILFIELDNASCLOSE .
I'
;. 5625 NORWOOD AVENUE ;' .("f"\ SCHOOLS,
CHURCHES AND
::J' 231 BROAD STREET .. SHOPPING AREAS

: 4472 HENDRICKS AVENUE ..' "
Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.
1: 1144 ARLINGTON ROAD ';. ., Turn South 2 Blocks
.., ''<"" Past Forrest School.
5920 UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD .'. -. High

1737 THIRD ST. NORTH' JACKSONVillE BEACH

I T77 'E1
1, : ,, JUST CLIP THIS COUPON AND PRESENT IT WITH YOUR JL APARTMENTS

;''tii/iii ID CARD TO ANY OF THE STORES LISTED ABOVE 5928 FIRESTONE ROAD

v 771.6666 I
Is.- --- ------ .o..w---s..1
1F
t FOR THE ULTIMATE

F 1 GOOO1YEARI SATISFACTION OF A


S.a U. S. MILITARY ACTIVE & RETIRED PREFERENTIAL PRICING PROGRAM I ,
:;,
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:
ty I NAME RANK :) t

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MAILING ADDRESS
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3 WAYS j. SEEMOONMULLINSLCdr.
l I Must be pr *nted. with I I.D.Card ITO ( .USN,Ret.)AT
1-1 1
Signature I Claude
Nolan
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CHARGE --
I CERTIFY THAT ALL TIRES PURCHASED
1 Gd1&e
I UNDER THIS PROGRAM ARE FOR MY OWN PERSONAL USE I
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JANUARY 31, 1974
JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 19


I AC2 Shaffrey's cool head saves A-7 pilot IJax I Iaatneg


"At decision
height over the
After receiving this approach lights on glide path on course,"
transmission from AC2 J.B, 'Shaffrey
an A-7 made
successful arrested a
here Jan, 5 after
} declaring'
complete hydraulic an emergency due to

The plight of the pilot WaS fUrther
visibility. complicated by a low fuel state, and poor

MJ successive precision radar approaches were
could be made. required before a suc-

The first approach was to check the
position of the A-7's landing gearthe
second was missed because ;
the
pilot didn't
have the runway in sight due to the
poor visibility; but the t third approach was "right down the pipe"' to a successful '

landing.Thanks to AC2 Shaffrey's cool head and high degree of professionalism, the T'T f

pilot was able to keep the aircraft on course and on the glide path for three
consecutive precision radar approaches.After ,
landing, the pilot came to the radar room and congratulated AC2 Shaf-
frey, saying that he had probably saved the Navy an A-7 since the pilot doubted y s V ,
he had enough fuel for another approach.AC2 .

Shaffrey said he didn't get nervous until the pilot told him as he left, "If
your voice had cracked just once, I believe I would have ejected."


4 owe lives to Jax SAR crewJax 1


The Jacksonville shortly after that _
midnight Guard to the vessel. _
Search and Rescue Unit her husband and his crew, Nye, LCdr. John
spearheaded an early who were due to return Craddock, ADRC Gary
morning rescue Mondaythat around 6 p.m., were Long and ATI James
possibly saved the missing. The SAR unit was O'Conner were picked up HJ
lives of four men Monday. notified and the search at 2:30: by the Coast Guard.At ,
Retired Chief George began. ""'" ---- -
the time
of the
Nye andJthree members of The SAR helicopter, seas were six feet with rescue 15 RIGHT ON TARGET .- AC2 J. B. Shaffrey (Right) and other air
Cecil Field's VS-31 had commanded by Lt. Jerry knots variable winds. controllers prepare to bring another plane down for a perfect landing.
been missing for seven Carroll was airborne by
hours on a routine fishing 1:38, only 30 minutes after Members of Lt. Carroll'screw
trip when SAR entered the they were notified. By 2:15 were Lt.jg( ) Clay
I I II
YOU WOULDN'T KNOW
picture. the SAR crew had pickedup Haile, ADJ2 Gary Oyler, WITHOUT ADVERTISING
The ordeal began when distress signals from AMS2 W.M. Thomas, HM2 I I
Mrs. Nye notified Com- the 19-foot T-Craft and J.E. Silvers and ATI D.T.
mander William Hodgkins were directing the Coast Neubauer.



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i: I1T' :\ IJ../ ALL PLAID .
AND TELL TIME Mrs. Ann E. Stephens (Center) shows off her new baby boy to Mrs. '
Carol McCullough (Left) and Mrs. Dorothy Willard,the Red Cross nursing Instructors who will begin 1 : '
I
teaching the Expectant Parents class starting Feb.6 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.at the Naval Hospital. For ', BAGGIESALF ,
Information on the free course,call the Hospital Red Cross Office at 7722218.


QUESTIONS I :f.
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Safety '. \ ,
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ABOUT I LOANS? d.i ." '" \'\ ,

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WE'LL ANSWER THEM, \;;; V

ATTENTION NAVY PERSONNEL & DEPENDENTS
:
(No names. No sales pitches.)

10 % DISCOUNT
Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on
your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick, ....AT ALL TIMES! .
courteous answers, call us today We won't ask your nameor Excludes Sale Merchandise .
talk shop unless you want us to. #!. I rr rH':':': ''I''8ffSi&SS[:( = ::W J:j li.m!:[ &i 00 [ T t
Dial FinanceWe WE SPECIALIZE IN TODAYS CONTEMPORARY
V don't want you to like us just. for our money FASHIONS FOR MEN&WOMEN
40 W. Monroe St. 356 0735 e BAGGIES PANTSUITS
5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2395 ..
4721 San Juan Ave. 384.2314 Cash to BLAZERS LONG DRESSES
1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764.2583 $5,800Sleiman
Take stock in America. Lone Star Center SATIN SHIRTS GLITTER BELTS
Buy U.S.Savings! Bonds. 6681 Arlington Rd. 724.9555

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.. .... ......... ..... ... .. hardware 8 ft. wide Sell or trade ment. Murray Hills $30,000 Call
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...w.... .............w..w.w..w--: : :: :: : <<,:<:<"'<<:::<:::<:<:. :<,.::,,<<:: Stover 772-3584 389.6977
t. .1 for Power Tools or Speakers Ext. Lcdr. or

THE Flee-T MARKET 7 2631
..'..., 15'/a foot Arrowglass BASS
ADSE VICE J Mess DRESS BOAT, with 90 HP Evenrude
a FREE PERSONAL WANT For Sale: Officer
fvrA/lIfafvanClC', VIan,i, Employees' rf NAS far and NAS Cecil Field JACKETS, (Blue, White, Size 36)) electric, center console, 2 swivel

.-- --- --- --- ------ -- -- -- : ., and Trousers ( Blue, Size seats tilt trailer. All In good
Condition Call condition. $950.00 Tel 284-5238
32,34))Excellent
,. f FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM 264-9894
Wanted: SHOTGUN any gauge,
I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) I
RIDE OR RIDER Wanted to reasonable Call evenings (except

I II Atlanta Roundtrip, Washington'sBirthday weekend) after 7pm 771.8075

I I Weekend, Leaving
February 15 afternoon, Retur- For Sale XL 33 KODAK MOVIE

.r J ning February 18 afternoon, Will CAMERA with case 1 yr old, $60
Share 771-5977 Joe Costa 772-3203 or after 5 641-
I I expenses 2925

: TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW II Plush 73 COMET DELUX 6cyl.
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. Less than 10,000 miles $300.00 For Sale GAS RANGE with
r cash and take up payments Call center griddle. Like New, t has
I FLANNERY 772-2844 been In storage. $50.00 Call 268-


I II Name Office or activity to which assigned 1969 COUGAR, Top condition- 2517

Under 33,000 miles, R&H, AC, For Sale 4 L78-15 tires, 18" Lawn
rI r AT PS, new tires. Phone 772- Mower I1/' yrs old, wooden tool
Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I 2104, 778-3535 box for Pickup Ea $15 389-7033

I r
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, ie: Full
I military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name(typed or printed)of person submitting ad and r For Sale AIR CONDITIONER, For Sale Light Green 9x15 RUG
r NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank.rate, office or activity I Gibson 220V, 14,000 BTU Used 3 with foam backing, binding on
'"" to which he Is assigned and office telephone. This summers $50.00 Call 264-1024 or ends, very good condition $50.00or
2. Free advertising in the "Flee-T MARKET"
information is for authentication only and your ad .
will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housing Ext. 3224 Ask for Ken Lawell offer Call 268-2517
should be worded independently of this information.
I for personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I

I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to 5. Deadline for receipt of advertising to,appear in I FREE PUPPIES, Mixed Breed Wanted to Buy: adding machine,
and from work announcements of educational
I ; following edition is MONDAY N.)ON. Ads electric.must have division. Also
courses offered by nonprofit organizations ort I Available 22 Feb. 74 Call 264.1024
that date will be placed in the
arriving after
governement agencies. Ads for rentais will be accepted following week's edition. Ads will be run only onetime r or Ext 3224 Ask for Ken Lawell interested in buying good 68 or 69
only if the words "PCS" (for military), or Karman Ghla 772.2164rus.
I unless submitted as prescribed above.
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the
I Jacksonville area) are included In the wording of the Want dependable woman asTELEPHONERECEPTIONIST
4. No phone calls will be accepted regarding
.
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied ,
I "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR
by the word "Free". minor bookkeeping desired. S4VNGvriR
NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide
I 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I Excellent working conditions.Call 0.SJPI
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed r Jax Navy Flying Club 781- E'
in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No
I will be rejected. more than two (2)) ads per week per person will be r 0227 ITO Y
I accepted. I > AHIbloa
I 4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T SWAP Wanted: EMI Stationed
MARKET" Editor, CO JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 1, (. Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a 1 Naval Reserve Center, Riviera i
I NAS Jacksonville. Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above r
Beach, Fla. desires to
OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher swap
I "Flee-T MARKET" Editor, c.o AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads r Jacksonville area. Must be EMI. E-
r 111, NAS Cecil Field Florida 32215. These forms 772-0508 (evenings) J
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HOUSE for sale by owner Oak FRAME and box springs. like Thermostat Controlled-Both Call LOSE WEIGHT Tone Muscles
Hill 4Bdrm, 2 Baths, Screened new $20.00 289-7230 264-6221 with $189.00 Wards Deluxe Belt
Patio, Fenced.$10,000 equity and Vibrator 2 Belts Sell $100.00 771-

V assume 7 percent mortgage 778- Rolling Hills 3 bedroom; 2 bath, 1972 Capella 12x60 MOBILE 9503
1 ..........
3379 Brick & Central heat and air, 5'/ HOME CH&A, washer, dryer,
pet. FHA Loan, Low payments skirting, small equity. 771-4392 Wanted: Camper SHELL for .
Fedders AIR CONDITIONER Large Equity ATC Singleton 771- step-side pickup, short wheel +s

4,000 BTU $90.00, Fedders Air 3211 Ext 565Frigidaire HAND GUN with Police Leather base. Cumbee, 772-3337.
Conditioner & Heater BTU .
14,500 Smith
38 & Wesson 4" Nickel /
$100.00 Electric Stove G.E. $50.00 REFRIGERATORWhite Plated Frame For Sale: 1964 FORD GALAXIE
Heavy Duty &
771-3794 Excellent Condition $50.00 Grips Cecil Ext. 232 500, Air Condition, Radio, New lr n"

Sear's Air Conditioners 13,500 .......... Tires, '74 tag and currently inspected .
For Sale: Full size METAL bed BTtf $85.00 6,000 BTU $50.00 Folding GARAGE DOOR with $250.00 Total Price Call
Eddie 3216WINCHESTER PROFESSIONALPHOTOGRAPHY

".
MODEL 70 30-06

Custom with Redfield 4x scope,

RENT ammo, brass & reloading dyes, WEDDINGSAND
$300.00 value, best-offer Call 768-
8683 ALL SPECIAL


1973 KAWASAKI 350cc, less than OCCASIONSDAYS

3000 miles. Excellent Condition. CALL:'

$700.00 firm Call 388.1654 for info Dick 771-8719
FORDI after 4:00PM: Ken 771-877'
NIGHTS CALL: f

Spacious HOME & double lot with Jim 388-0414
f
I attached rental income apart-


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PICKUP ANDDELIVERY ATTENTION

1 ON BASE ,,

AVAILABLEI I k NAVY PERSONNEL!
B a CLOSED SUNDAYS! .
With Commanding Officer's Approval :

YOU MAY MOONLIGHTAT


JAX SHIPYARDS TO

OTHER MODELS AVAILABLE AT LOW RATES- SUPPLEMENTYOUR

PINTO WAGON, MAVERICK, MUSTANG II,

TORINO, LTD OR STATION WAGON.UDRIVEIT. INCOME "


If You are a Welder, Rigger, Pipefitter, or an Inside or
Outside Machinist, Full or Part Time ((6 Hrs. Min.).

DUVAL INC. Work is now Available. Excellent Opportunity for 2nd

Career. Arpy! in Employment Office.

750 East Street
., Bay 355-1711
14 1616 CASSAT AVE. 387-6541
An Equal Opportunity Employer

r (AVAILABLE TO PERSONS AT LEAST21 YEARS OF AGE AND E5))


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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 21
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OF VISIT THE OUR STORE WALK INTO OUR HUGE BEEF COOLER AND SEE ONE

STATE'S FINEST
AND LARGEST SELECTIONS
OF USDA CHOICE
AND PRIME BEEF '
QUARTERS AND PRIMAL. CUTS!
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ENDS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 3, 197-1 \

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NOW & SAVE WITH BUDGET BEEF '\ \ ''

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First Payment in ,. .
March 1974

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Payments Start 45 Days from Purchase Date La
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Air station saves-$40,000,


I NAS, hosts Utilities Conservation Board I


By John Black

Jax Over 50 civilian and military guests attended the quarterly <'; t;

meeting of the Utilities Conservation Board (UCB) at Hanger 1000 ,," ,',

r t' here Jan. 23.Attending .
the meeting was Ed Holtsinger, Director of Community
Relations for Jacksonville Electrical Authority (JEA).

Before introducing Mr. Holtsinger, LCdr. Ed Bookhart, chairman of

the Utilities Conservation Board,explained the primary purpose of the

committee was to study ways and means to reduce consumption of

utilities, direct campaigns, solicit suggestions, exercise control, and
implement procedures to control utilities consumption. He pointed out

that NAS JAX experienced an overall savings in utilities money of rf, Mix M ,
some $40,000 during the last half of 1973.

"To do this," the chairman added, "we assign men from each

department or activity as monitors for that area. The monitors have

the responsibility to see that utility conservation practices are carriedout

within his own area."

Periodic inspections are then made by Utilities Engineer Officers; I sir

Ens. Richard Krochalis and ENS. Frank Reed, for discrepancies
,
involving the usage of electricity, steam, water and compressed air.
Written reports of discrepencies are turned into UCB members where

steps are taken to aleviate the problem.
LCdr. Bookhart continued by saying that "through the efforts of

this program, they achieved a reduction of ten percent in electricity
consumption in the second quarter of this fiscal year over the same

period last year. This was a savings of 2,630,400 KilowatthoursKWH I

( )."
Due to the drastic increase in the unit cost of electricity from JEA in -I f) .

November 1973, the cost of the second quarter's bill was $51,315 more ......
than the previous year even with the above reduction in KWH. j

However, had they not made a concerted effort to conserve energy,

the cost would have been an additional $40.000. '

Mr. Holtsinger explained briefly the causes for the sharp increasesin c: .' 'iJ I

utilities for Jacksonville, and also steps JEA is taking both now and l. # .,... ..,
in the future to cope with the energy crisis.

Holtsinger concluded by saying, "the work and efforts put forth by ENERGY SAVER'S- Holtsinger, Director Community Relations for JEA, speaks to Utilities
the Utilities Conservation Program should be highly commended" and Conservation Board Members and guests on the energy crisis.

congratulated LCdr Bookhart and the Navy on the tremendous job

they have done thus far in coping with the energy crisis.

customer.After the city of Jacksonville Beach, NAS Jax is the JEA's largest Retiree dental benefits explained-


Jax-An often misunderstood While this is basically true, the Due to the recent arrival of six

benefit of military retirees involves priority for dental care is additional squadrons at NAS
R+ dental care at service oriented toward the active service Jax, the increasing number of
THE HAREM dental facilities. member. retirees in the area, budgetary

restraints,and no increase in the
The retiree is entitled to dental
dental staff, a reduction in dental
Many retirees think that once
New Summer Hours Open 4PMI ,.. care under the provisions of Title
:
they hang up their uniform and care for retirees has become
10, U.S. Code, Sections 1071.1087,
ALL NEWTOPLESS DANCERS
4 No relief for this
join the ranks of the military necessary.
but
only on a available
r space
TOPLESS GO.G04PM-2AM
situation imminent.The .
retiree their dental care will appears
basis after dental
Raised Show Bar care for active
continue on the same basis as
10 W. Church St. 358-9478 duty personnel has been
when they were on active duty.
provided. NAS dental clinic can

provide emergency dental care
and dental examinations for

retirees on a routine basis.In .


NOW YOU CAN HAVE MORE addition, a limited numberof

a;, retirees can be seen for routine
restorations and cleaning on a

space available basis, to fill

IN 74 appointments broken by active
!
duty personnel, if they are

I waiting in the waiting room.
II Minor prosthetics are also

H l available.

rlf is Dental sick call hours are 8-10

: I a.m. and 1-2 p.m. Monday
'
; y \ through Friday, except for
-- f prosthetics which are 8-9 a.m.
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J LLfrn
iSii Normandy Blvd.711-4971
Mobile Home Brokers is planningits If "Good Transportation at Low Costs"

1974 Advertising CampaignIn 71 Ford Custom Loaded $1795
70 Ford F'Lane R H Stick $109S
order to see lust how effective our newspaper advertising Is, we will
Cougar RH Stick $109
give a 10x20..2 gauge aluminum awning to each customer who buys a
Triumph GT 4 RH $1095
mobile home f from us and brings a copy of this ad at the time of purchase.By .
tt Opel Kadette New Paint $995
giving this free to our customers in this manner it will help in two
47 VW Sedan RH $895
ways. The customer will have a complete home outside as well as inside
47VWGhiaRH $795
without waiting and we will be able to determine if our newspaper ad In
44 VW Sedan RH $795
your area is working.We .
47 Mustang RH AT $495
have a large selection of new and used 10',12' & 24' mobile homes In 2,
44 VW Sedan $495
3 &4 bedrooms and In a wide selection of decors to choose from.
41 Ply Fury III I RH AT $495
Financing is arranged on our sales lot with as little as: 10 percent down w
47 Cougar RHSS $495
and for 10 and 12 years.
Chevy Impala HAT $595
,
All prices Include delivery
-- 45 VW Sedan R H $595
setup and tied down to code.
45 Ford Custom R H AT $595
PATIO 61 Rambler Ambassador $595
45GTORHAT $495

M Bl H lJJf B rI AWNING 44 Rambler 64 Chevy Ford Fairlane Malibu Wagon RH HAT RH AT AT $495$495$495

IBXerNC.' 47CometSta.Wag.RHAT $495
...with the purchase of any new mobile home.
61 Falcon RH AT $395
tf'' 00 An exclusive offer of 67 Merc. Capri RH AT $395
MOBILE HOME BROKERS Jacksonvillel! 66 Chev.6cylRHAT $395
The Nation's Largest Mobile Home Dealer 62 Comet R H 6cyl I Auto $395
5887 ROOSEVELT BLVD..388-4418..JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 6SVW Bus $315
: ((1/2 Mile North of NAS Jax) 45 Rambler ecyISS $295
U Oldsmobile R HAT $295L.
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31, 1974Barracks
JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGERBasketball PAGE 23

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I National League Dragons add three I


L Standings to unbeaten streak
Jax-The Marine Barracks but had to
fight off a - -- ----
moved into the number two spotin second half strong
the National Basketball Rester rally that was led by AMERICAN: LEAGUE Jax-The Dragons of VP-56 met scored 19 second half points and
League last week when they before Bryan and Joe Ruggiero W L some stiff competition last weekin Ralph Calloway hit for nine to
dropped the Hawks 82.76 and Bryan clinching led the win. VP-S6 6 0 the American Basketball lead the way to an 87-80 win.
MARTD 7561. the Hawks comeback lIS-11 9 1 League but their unbeaten streak Rawlin's 19 second half points
The Marines held a 12 point half attempt when he scored 21 second NDRC 8 2 emerged unscathed as they won gave him a total of 27 and
halftime lead against the HawksKlein's finished points before fouling out. He liS-IS 6 4 all three games. Calloway's nine gave him 13 for
with 27 while all of AIMD 5 3 Larry Rawlins was Instrumental the game. Harry Robbins added
Ruggiero's 16 points came in the 679th in keeping the 14.
5 5
34 second half. Gil Starr tossed in 10 liS-I 5 6 Dragons win streak intact at six HS-15 had one man score half of
for the Hawks. VP-45 games when he scored
3 2 a total of their points when Levie
Fred Singer was the main HOSPITAL 96 points.
leads HawksJaxThe 2 7 Hamerter connected for 41. Rod
reason for the Marines big first NATTC 2 6 NDRC took VP-56 into overtime Bunch scored 15 and Chris Cole 12
half lead when he scored 20 of his MPO 1 8 before finally succumbing by an to add to Hamerter's totals.
Hawks picked up a 33 points in the early action. Gene FAPL 1 9 82-77 score.Halftime of this game liS-1 was the next team the
118-78 win over FASO last week Stiggers and DeWitt Yarborough found the two teams tied at 40-40 Dragons faced and they were
after falling earlier in the week to played a big role in holding off the and regulation play ended in a 76- sent scurrying for shelter when
the Marine Barracks to move their Hawks in the second half when NATIONAL LEAGUE 76 tie. VP-56 bombed them with a 120-70
National Basketball League Stiggers scored 14 of his 20 and W L Larry Rawlins picked up 22 of score.
record up to five wins and three Yarborough scored 13 of his 15. VP-5 8 0 his 96 points for the week in this They only led by 10 at halftime

losses. The Barracks MARINE BKS ,. 6 1 game while Ed Sullivan added. 18 but three men found the range in
The Hawks had five men in made sure the AIR OPS 6 3 and Terry Brown 12. the second half as Rawlins scored
double figures in this game as next same thing didn't happen in their HAWKS 5 3 NDRC had the two highest 27 of his 47, Terry Brown scored

Lynn Klein scored 34, Rester MARTD game when they only led FASO 5 3 scorers with Ike Oliver collecting 16 of his 20 and Ed Sullivan ....
Bryan 27, Mark Bujno 18, Joe by four at the half. They lIS-7 5 3 28 and Bruce Dauer 25. Ken scored eight of his 10. Ralph
Ruggiero 17 and Nick Larsen 10. completely dominated the second VW-4 4 5 Folmsbee added 12 before foulingout. Calloway distributed his points
half and
added
10
points to their
MARTD .
3 5
evenly in each half as he scored
Don Johnson was high man in lead before the final buzzer NARJAX 1 7 HS-15 gave the Dragons a run 18.

the game with 40 for FASO. Will sounded. MEDICAL 1 7 for their money, tieing the gameat HS-l's top scorer was Jerry

Martin with 11, Jim Zukewichwith Singer was again high man for IIC-2 0 7 36-36 at halftime, but Rawlins Davis with 28.
11 and Billy Holmes with 10
the winners when he scored 28
backed up Johnson's totals. while Stiggers scored 22 and

Harry Hall 16.
FASO beats Paul Tuggey was high for

MARTD with 20. Jackie Hunt

,rw-4 by one contributed. 15 and Levin King 11. r Southside Toyota ala New Name

Jax-FASO came back from MARTD stops
being three points down at
halftime to win a 71.70 decision HC-2 6350JaxMARTD
VW-4 in the National ,
over Basketball League last week. had to shutoff Joe [

Don Johnson of FASO and Alan Fulbright before they could pick [OMOiTA1]][ [ ][
Parker of VW-4 engaged in quitea up their only win of the week, 63-
scoring duel that saw Johnson 50, over HC2.MARTD .
come up the winner with 37 was only able to .
points,24 of which came as he led manage a two point lead at the .
,.
his team's second half comeback. half as Fulbright scored 18 first x
Parker scored 35 points with 22 half points. He was only able to
coming in the second half as he manage six in the second half,
tried to hold off Johnson. however, and MARTD went on to
Will Martin with 12 for FASO the win.
and Aubrey Wilson with 11 for Dana Justice and Paul Tuggey out
VW-4 were the other double with 15 points each were MART-
figure men in the game. D's scoring leaders.


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Foxes make it HS-1.1.. now second in American I

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eight straight
Jax-HS-11 moved into the indicated by the 24.18 halftime IIS-11 put five men in double

Jax-The Mad Foxes of VP-5 second place slot in the American score. figures in their 76-27 win over the
with 16 Livio Fleet Air Photo Lab (FAPL).
made it eight straight without a Basketball League last week Art Patterson ,
loss in the National Basketball when they picked up three wins Capilla with 12 and Mort Mc- Livio Capilla with 14 was the

I!t League last week when they sent and moved their record to 9-1. Carthy with 10 were the leadersfor top scorer while John Taylor, Art
'
,f HC-2 down to a 95-61 defeat 679th was one of the three to fall HS-11 in this game. Patterson and Mark Schnell were

Brady Bearden led a four man when Mort McCarthy scored 41 Jim Mette with 20 and Roger all one bucket behind Capilla with
double figure group for VP-5 with and' IiS-11 scored an 85-76 Victory Mohre with 12 were NATTC's top 12 points each and Woodlow Hood
his 34 points while Ron Dusa 2' Also hitting for double scored 10.Medical.
scored 12, Vic Slider 12 and Jeff figures were Art Patterson with
Bradt 10.James. 14 and Bill Hoffman with 14. men.Two
Mader with 23 and Ed > John Schurtz with 27, Jeff wins by HS-7
Hergenroether with 20 and
Clune with 27 were lC! -2's top .
scorers. Dennis Carignan with 15 were I
MOST IMPROVED .CynthiaE. high for 679th.
Sunealitis is congratulated by NATTC fell by a 64-48 score in ties them for fourth

Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS a game that found both teams ej, .,
Garry Pope's 40 Jax CO, for winning the most with cold hands in the first half as
improved trophy for the 1973 Fall Jax-Two wins in the National made HS-7 comeback
Pistol program She was a AIMD exposes Basketball League last week put from three points down at half-
leads Air Ops member of the Ground Pounder the IIS-7 team in a three way tie time before surrendering to a two
team. FAPL to loss for fourth place. point decision.

The first win was an 80-61 David Clark kept HS-7 close to
Jax-Air Ops took advantage ofa 679th evens victoriousin decision MARTD that
Jax-AIMD emerged over saw Medical in the first half as he
very cold first half by NarJaxas their only conflict in the David Clark score 18, Tom scored 21 of his 25 points but when
they went on to a 92-46 win in record 5-5 American Basketball League last Wandishin 17 (all in the first Clark was shutoff in the second
the National Basketball Leaguelast at week when they exposed the half), Carl Graffius 15 and half, Tom Wandishin stepped in
week.
Fleet Air Photo Lab (FAPL) to a George Harden 12 for the win- and scored all 22 of his points to
NarJax only managed 16 pointsin Jax--679th managed to keep 106-52 beating. lead the comback. Carl Graffius
the first half while Garry Pope their win and loss totals last ners.MARTD's
even Kevin Gordon and David contributed 13 and Mel Harvin 10.
four-man
was trying his best to outscorethe week in the American Basketball London shared the scoring honors scoring
entire NarJax team when he League when they beat the for AIMD when they each scored troupe consisted of Dana Justice Medical was led by A.A. Grant
collected 40 for Air Ops. Military Personnel Office (MPO) 24 points. Harry Jennings added with 14, Paul Tuggey and Jackie with 23, Joe Russel with 20, J.D.
Air Ops also received 16 from team, 8045. 17 and Lee Spencer 13. Hunt with 13 each and Lavin King Harris with 17 and Larry Streeter

Barry Randolph and 10 from The winners record went to five Vince Jakucenis and Jerry with 12. with 12.

Larry Sheridan. wins and five losses when John Reynolds with 16 and 13

Ken Tharp scored 15 for Schurtz scored 26, Bill Hayman respectively were FAPL's top HS-1 upsets S.6 -
NarJax 16 and John Ogle 11. scorers. I


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SPORT BRIEFS Moody takes pair from Fliers ;



ARE YOU Jax team goes: to 6ND tourney

REPRESENTEDAT "- -

ATHLETIC COMMITTEE MEETING? By Jackie Hunt Saturday's contest found Hamerter led all scorers

Jax -. The NAS Jax Athletic Advisory Committee will Jax -. Moody Air Force Moody still foul prone, but with 22 markers. Livio

be meeting at 1:30: p.m. on February 6 in Room 233 of Base fought off a second nevertheless on the win Capilla and Hoffman had 20

Hangar 1000.Commander. half rally on Friday night ning side. Committing 22 and 16, respectively, for

Billy Smith, Chairman of the Committee and staged a come-back of fouls and trailing 48-46 at the Fliers.

has requested that all units and commands have the, their own Saturday to the intermission, Moody The Fliers travel to

required two people in attendance at the meeting. sweep a two game series outscored Jacksonville 46- Charleston for the 6th

These meetings are very important to everyone who from the JacksonvilleFliers. 31 in the second half to post Naval District tournamentthis

participates in the NAS Jax athletic program. At the last the 92-79 'win.VPs. weekend.

meeting only 10 of the over 40 commands aboard Jax After trailing 48-39 at the VW-4 I

were represented and only two of those 10 had the half, the Fliers closed outnets

two within one point at 85-84,
people. '
required Jax--The NAS Jax winter against the VW-4 team of
Make sure your command or unit is represented at but ran out of time. Ralph tennis crown was decided last Geoffrey Roemer and Randy

these meetings Calloway scored 14 second week when VP-5 and VW-4 met ina Johnson.

LIKE TO WATCH VOLLEYBALL AT ITS BEST? half points to lead the playoff for first place. Both VP-16 also finished the tennis
surging Fliers. Bill Hoffman teams had finished deadlockedwith season with an 8-1 record, but
Jax The Jax
Navy Volleyball team has
scheduled
the 8.1 records. were unable to compete in the
exhibition games with the Cecil Field and Gainesville game's leading The Mad Foxes of VP-5 won the playoffs because of deployment.

Gator teams for tonight (January 31)) at 6:30: in scorer, scored 10 of his 22 title 3-2 whentheysplit the singles

p.m. in the closing stanza. Levi .. ....,.,.,. .. .. .. _.
King Hall. If you enjoy watching volleyball played at its matches and swept the doubles ::::<:""::::!/::>::<::" :;:::"" ->>::::>>: >x:;<:<:: ::< :::""'3'
Hamerter finished with 18 David of VP-5
best,drop by and cheer the teams on to their best efforts. Beauchamp TcnnisStalldinA"s
for the local squad. defeated Geoffrey Roemer of
SKIN AND SCUBA CLUB MEETING NEXT WEEK who out fouled VW-4 6-4, 6.2 in the first singles
Moody
Jax The NAS Jax Skin and Scuba Diving Club will be the Fliers, 26-7 and had match and then Walt Starkey of

holding a meeting at Hangar 1000, Room 236 at 7 p.m. on VP-5 defeated Randy Johnson of
three players foul out of VW-4 7-6,4-6,6-3 to give VP-5 a 2-0
February 6. All interested personnel are invited to at FINAL STANDINGS
tend. the contest, was paced by lead. \\' L

Jim Griffith's 19 points. VW-4 8 1 '
LIFESAVING CLASSES OFFERED VW-4 came back however, to '
ON
SATURDAYSJax Griffith made 'Moody's win the next two matches when VP-5 8 1 .
Junior Lifesaving classes will be offered at the only free throw in eight Laurel Peterson beat Dan Hay 6- VP-16 8 1

indoor pool on Saturday mornings from 9 am to 12 pm. attempts. Also scoring in 3, 4-6, 6.3 and Leo Johnson beat NDRC 6.3
Classes will begin February 2 and continue for the David Phillips 6-4, 2-6, 61. VP-49 6 3
two for
digits Moody were 5'
NATTC 4
following five Saturdays. Registration will be held in Will Davis, Ron Houston, That left it up to the doubles NARJAX '-' -2 7L,;"*

person at Special Services, Bldg. 620. There will be a Greg Gleghorn (with 10 teams to decide the intramural CPW-11 2'7,"
winners and the VP-5 team of
fee for the entire '
$3.00 registration class. HOSPITAL 2 7 ;
each) and Don Smith with David Beauchamp and Walt '
VP-56 1 4 :
14. Starky won in sets of 6.3, 5-7, 6.1
Riding lessons offeredJaxThe FICEUR 0.9,. ,


stables at NAS Jax has completed the Horsemasters

are now offering riding instruction course at Potomac Horse Center, Bczdcodt'e ,.
in Hunt Seat (balanced and has taught and trained horsesin u
r
English) and Stock Seat Pennsylvania and New a

(balanced Western) at all levels. England before moving to

Instruction will be given either on Florida. clearance

the school horses, owned by the
Stable, or on the student's own The fee will be $5.00 per student
horse. for one hour group lessons and ) :
Lessons will be offered to the $8.00 for one hour private lessons I G/.reroen.e nMw.M.OCMFe
beginner well as to the advanced and will be offered to anyone over L_: _;. DRASTIC REDUCTIONS :

student, with the student eight years of age. Proper riding ON 100' OF ITEMS SAVE $2'.00, 1
attire is not however for this sale that are not listed due to
and
learning through theory necessary; 88
'
$47
experience. The emphasis will be hard hats and shoes with heels ,,, limited quantities. Stop in your nearest G
Badcock Home Furnishings Center today e.. twee
must. Lessons will begin J4
on learning correct and safe are a ri
/'rl" and see the terrific values we have for
procedures, correct equitationand February 5. For more in ,1 '41Twro
sound principals of horse formationcontact Mrs. Ostra at you.

manship. 7818548. CREDENZA CHINA T. ."
Individual lessons on the lunge 1 I .ilofl)
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II Slid"" twin qlo doom on Ion 1
line, private lessons and lessonsfor Scuba Clubsponsors f bow AHn,lU.bl.Walnut, ,hol.*".itli.,n bo" loo oml/ 5u'r''r' '
students training their own H .q.e7H I '
mounts will also be offered.Later SAVE $39!88 s
trip
the stables hope to be able to o oe $500 .V son owls
their and r .
expand riding program
facilities to include dressage, Jax-The NAS Jax Skin and
I
cross-country, mock hunts, more Scuba Diving Club is sponsoringan
trails and facilities for advanced outing for snorkelers and inr

Western work. Plans are also tubers to the Itchetucknee Riveron

being made to incorporate Saturday, February 9. D

classroom lectures, practical h'r h'- :'
demonstrations and clinics of What is the ItchetuckneeRiver
interest to both students and ? Only one of the most

parents in the program.The beautiful,crystal clear spring fed
instructor for the program rivers located in Florida.

will be Mrs. Marilyn Ostra who The group will depart NAS at 8

: ........ .......................... ItchetuckneeRiver
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T State Park for the return '" r* s
Volleyball II7N3 f. t +
The cost s
trip to Jax at 6 p.m. per

person will be $4.50. The price >u, s
.
L Standing'sAl1EIUCAN includes round trip trans xs
portation from NAS by char dee Spanh/t Stufe Bedroom
tered coach With Pecan Finish
LEAGUE J Ut.Sponltd iryllng; work Its moyi. to traniferm your bodroomto
ptoco of onchanfmonl ond warmth. This rvagodly builtwlto
W 1. and picnic hat many foalurn.. .PIld.found.. only,In Moro ox0mivo ITDZAUVFj
Shower facilities .b.dro.nurniw., Such at, draorort d.v.d..il.d front CE$ P.nd
NATTC 5 bock ryWal frame vIen..nd hoot and.ttaln roWtlant
25 areas are available at the park. hiflh prowuro plaMlc topi.

VW-4 18 8 Pack a lunch, grab your In- High Pressure 4 PUco Orowa liKlwaoot %., "
IIS-7 15 15 float the river with .
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........'."' ....... ................... scoring effort. Bailey of Ops led stay with NAMTD for awhile same two teams will be meeting
all scorers with 11 points while until Van Blunt and Thomas again in the near future to decide

I r. .C.EC SPORTS[ Sullivan was top point. man for started hitting, finishing with 29 the base championship.
VA-72 with 10. and 19 points. Honeywell had 14 ATLANTIC WINTER LEAGUE
NAMTD61 and Wilson 10 for the NAMTD STANDINGS:

"- VA37.47NAMTD team. Kelly tallied 14 points for VA-174 No.2 46-14
started out cold VA-45 No. 39-17
again Ops.
VA-174.75 points to 25.Holding Faso withouta
t; j. AMD 66 field goal in the fourth quarterthe scoring only four points in the RACKETBALLThe VS-30 37.23
I" tournament is VC-2 37-23
first period. Then Van Blunt got Racketball
In one of the most physical VS-30 gang overcame a 13 at the NAMTD No. 2 32&-23Vis
untracked and burned up the nets now in full swing over
lead remain undefeatedin
point to
of the VA-
games season, for station all interested SUPPLY 34-26
27 points as NAMTD finally gym for
the 2nd half of basketball
174 bested theAMD squad. AMD got its offense rolling. Robinson's observers. Remember, its still VA-174 No.1 32-28
got into foul' trouble early in the competition. 17 and Mott's 16 led the Bulls of not too late to enter the upcoming GALLEY 31.29
game trying to overcome VA- FASO.48 4 VA-37. handball tournament at the VA-45No.2 30-30
174's height advantage. AMD VA72.46Free VA NAMTD No. 1 28-28
-72.74 station _
had three starters fouled out throws were the difference gym. SECURITY 27-33
VA-37.61Robinson VOLLEYBALLBuck
before the end of the fourth in this game as FASO hit
VA-37 VA-81 20-24
of scored 24 Wurster and Jim Beasley
The Hellrazors rackedup on 12 of 16 attempts to overcomean
quarter. points in the first half but couldn't provided the power as the Black- High team series VA-45 No.1.
22 fouls while AMD had 30. VA- imporving VA-72 team. Koonof
keep the pace as he wound up birds of VA-45 defeated NAMTDfor 963
VA-72 led all scorers with 26
174 showed superior strength on with 34 for the night in a losing the 2nd half championship. High Team series VC-2 2,687
points while Sticklair had 22
the boards were led by
as they
Ripple Johnson's 20 points andCarrol's points for the victors. effort.High point men for a sharp Wurster, all Navy volleyball High individual game. Mike
Marines 54 looking VA-72 squad were player, was all over the court. Todd 222
12. NAMTD 53 Sullivan with 26, Koon had 16 and Earl Leach played an impressivegame High individual series Mike

VA45.80VA105.32 The Marines continue to win Bernich 12 for a solid victory. for the NAMTD squad. Todd 601
NAMTD .86 VA-45 lost the first game 12-15 High games John Reibel 202S.
The Green Machine continuesto the close ones, This time they
burn. The Blackbirds were led took advantage of the free throws OPS .48NAMTD but bounced back to take the next Perkins 200
of got off to a real fast two by 15.12 and 1510.The match Mike Todd 200
to with red hot hitting on 11 21 attempts.
victory some start and blew Ops right off the was some of the finest volleyballseen High series- A. David. 538
with NAMTD not only had trouble with
efforts
... shooting by Murray
4. the one-on-one situations but also court.The Ops squad managed to on this base in years. These J. Gernhard 527
26 points and Garrett with 24.The
sharpshooting combined with the hit on only one out of eight from

rebounding efforts of Haas underneath the line. NAMTD, one of the most Wave takes 3rd in photo finishDATELINE I

left the Gunslingerswith competitive ball clubs in either .
a hopeless situation. San- league,has had trouble at the line '

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VS-30 56 OPS 44 including five men and one
FASO 55Brown The Bluehawks of VA-72 edgedthe k Y woman, won top honors in the

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top honors of the night 27 teams managed a good balanced took two first place prizes, four
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place awards.

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.. JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 27Hb5
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discovers Chock and Chain Racing IBy

Lt.Joe Haddock -
Jax-During helicopter launch Further under the direction ofa LSE in order that the pilots of the
Landing
Signalman Enlisted helicopter see that there
are
may
and recovery evolutions on a
(LSE)stationed
at the of
nose the
no physical restraints left
carrier deck, it is required that tying
helicopter
when the signal is the aircraft to the deck.
two men be stationed on either given to
"break
'er down" the So
much in the of
aircraft in order way
the
side of to "chock and chain runners"
race background.The .
chain the aircraft down and"chock" to the tail of the aircraft and
of
enterprising men
the wheels upon its remove one chain and then race Helicopter Antisubmarine
landing, or tof'breakit down" i.e. to the main landing gear where
Squadron Five's line division
remove same upon the launch of they remove a wheel chock and came up with the idea that there

the--aircraft.--- another chain and race to the could be a great deal of sport
involved in running chock and 1

chains if the right mixture of y.
competitive spirit and rail
organizational know-how were
put to work. Well, AMSC Virgil
Crank supplied the latter and the

.j speedy bunch of the line division --- --
supplied the former and the FIRST WINNER CONGRATULATED .. AE3 Bill 'Quicksilver'
"Great HS-5 Double Elimination Haberern is congratulated on being the first Chock and Chain winnerby
Chock and Chain Race" was on Cdr. AI Kruger. Looking on are (r) AMSC Virgil Crank and ( I) Cdr. I
its way. FJ Almberg.
After many launches, I
recoveries and photo finishes, a
champ was crowned. The last CENTURY
race was a classic encounter #
between ATS Mike "The

Streak"'Day and AE3 Bill IMPORTS .
"Quicksilver" Haberern When :

the non-skid had cooled it was Call 396.2035
Quicksilver Haberern
NET PRICES-MANY BELOWWHOLESALE
emerging victorious.His .
TRADE-INS GLADLY ACCEPTED CASH VALUE
prize Old Quicksilver

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scoring effort. Bailey of Ops led stay with NAMTD for awhile same two teams will be meeting
all scorers with 11 points while until Van Blunt and Thomas again in the near future to decide
I r' SPORTS'r Sullivan was top point. man for started hitting, finishing with 29 the base championship.
VA-72 with 10. and 19 points.! Honeywell had 14 ATLANTIC WINTER LEAGUE
NAMTD61 and Wilson 10 for the NAMTD STANDINGS:
I VA37.47NAMTD team. Kelly tallied 14 points for VA-174 No.2 46-14

t, VA-174.75 points to 25.Holding Faso withouta started out cold again Ops. VA-95 No,1 39-17
R. )I AMD-66 field goal in the fourth quarterthe scoring only four points !in the RACKETBALLThe VS-30 37-23
first period. Then Van Blunt Racketball tournament is VC-2 37-23
In one of the most physical VS-30 gang overcame a 13 got
games of the season, VA- point lead to remain undefeatedin untracked and burned up the nets now in full swing over at the NAMTD No.2 32/-23/
174 bested theAMD squad. AMD the 2nd half of basketball for 27 points as NAMTD finally station gym for all interested SUPPLY 34.26
got into foul trouble early in the competition.FASO got its offense rolling. Robinson's observers. Remember, its still VA-174N0.1 32-28
game trying to overcome VA- -48 17 and Mott's 16 led the Bulls of not too late to enter the upcoming GALLEY 31-29
174's height advantage. AMD VA-72.46 VA-37. handball tournament at the VA-45N0.2 30-30
had three starters fouled out Free throws were the difference VA-72.74 station gym. NAMTD No. l 28-28
before the end of the fourth in this game as FASO hit VA37.61Robinson VOLLEYBALLBuck SECURITY 27-33
quarter. The Hellrazors rackedup on 12 of 16 attempts to overcomean of VA-37 scored 24 Wurster and Jim Beasley VA-81 20-24
22 fouls while AMD had 30. VA- imporving VA-72 team. Koonof points in the first half but couldn't provided the power as the Black- High team series VA-45 No. 1-
174 showed superior strength on VA-72 led all scorers with 26 keep the pace as he wound up birds of VA-45 defeated NAMTDfor 963
the boards as they were led by points while Sticklair had 22 with 34 for the night in a losing the 2nd half championship. High Team series VC-2.2,687
Ripple Johnson's 20 points and points for the victors. effort.High point men for a sharp Wurster, all Navy volleyball High individual game Mike
Carrol's 12. Marines 54 looking VA-72 squad were player, was all over the court. Todd 222
VA-45.80 NAMTD 53 Sullivan with 26, Koon had 16 and Earl Leach played an impressivegame High individual series Mike
VA-105.32 The Marines continue to win Bernich 12 for a solid victory. for the NAMTD squad. Todd 601
The Green Machine continuesto the close ones, This time they NAMTD 86 VA-45 lost the first game 12-15 High games John Reibel 202S.
burn. The Blackbirds were led took advantage of the free throws OPS 48NAMTD but bounced back to take the next Perkins 200
to victory with some red hot hitting on 11 of 21 attempts. got off to a real fast two by 15.12 and 1510.The match Mike Todd 200
41" shooting efforts by Murray with NAMTD not only had trouble with start and blew Ops right off the was some of the finest volleyballseen High :series .. A. David 538J.
26 points and Garrett with 24. The the one-0n-one situations but also court.The Ops squad managed to on this base in years. These Gernhard 527
sharpshooting combined with the hit on only one out of eight from
rebounding efforts of Haas underneath the line. NAMTD, one of the most Wave takes 3rd in photo finish
left the Gunslingerswith competitive ball clubs in either
a hopeless situation. San- league,has had trouble at the line ;" '
ders had 18 points in a losing all year. ,o' '. ,- ; 4r:}'::i.:;:. DATELINE : MEMPHIS,

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I Dv Lt.ioe HS-5 haddock discovers!. ? Chock and Chain Racine\ I


Jax-During-- helicopter-launch a f Landing urmer, under the direction of LSE in order that the pilots of the

evolutions Signalman Enlisted helicopter may see that there are
and recovery on a
(LSE)
stationed
at the
carrier deck, it is required that helicopter nose of the no physical restraints left tying
two men be stationed on either given to when the signal is the aircraft to the deck.
"break
'er down" the
side of the aircraft in order to "chock and chain So much in the way of
runners"
race .
background.The
chain the aircraft down and"chock" to the tail of the aircraft and
enterprising men of
the wheels its
upon remove one chain
and then
race Helicopter
Antisubmarine
landing, or to"breakit down" i.e. to the main a
landing where
gear Squadron Five's line division ,
the launch of
remove same upon they remove a wheel chock and came up with the idea that there ,

the---aircraft.------_. another chain and race to the could be a great deal of sport i
involved in running chock and ia

chains if the right mixture of

competitive spirit and
organizational know-how were

put to work. Well, AMSC Virgil s
Crank supplied the latter and the
speedy bunch of the line division r ,
--
supplied the former and the FIRST WINNER CONGRATULATED .. AE3 Bill 'Quicksilver'
"Great HS-5 Double Elimination Haberern is congratulated on being the first Chock and Chain winnerby
a Chock and Chain Race" was on Cdr. AI Kruger. Looking on are (r) AMSC Virgil Crank and ( I) Cdr. I
its way. F.J. Almberg.
After many launches, r 'L I
recoveries and photo finishes, a
champ was crowned. The last CENTURY
race was a classic encounter i
between ATS Mike "The
Streak"'Day and AE3 Bill IMPORTSCall
"Quicksilver" Haberern When ,
the non-skid had cooled it was 396.2035
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-TEE. Bowling season gets underwayJaxThe I

I r: r' TALKPOINT "J -
1974 Intramural team and the Ones Bunch took the HS-15 Bailers.
Bowling season got underwaylast four from the Pelicans. John Pyla rolled a 225 and Dave
week with over 50 teams Big games rolled in the league Phillips a 211 for the Mad Fox No.
SYSTEMTOURNAMENT First Flight Winner: Lucille competing in five leagues. included Bill Greiger's 211 for the 1 team and J.J. Bajeck rolled a
Four people wasted no time Trippers and John Brimlow's 210 200 for the Bailers.CONTINENTAL.
t, t Jax--In a Point System RaeRunner- up: Nelda Bradt making claims for high game and for the Mad Fox No. 2 team LEAGUEThe
Tournament on Sunday, January Second Flight Winner: (Ctie) high series honors for their NATIONAL LEAGUE Wreckers took four from
27 the Naval Air Station beat Ann Wright and Audrey Philips respective leagues when Leo Solex 5 took four from the Women's Lib, The Gaffers took
Hyde Park 83-63. There were 32 Runnerup: Helen Harrison Johnson rolled games of 232 and Splitmakers,the Pin Busters took four from the Zeros, Help took
members from each club playingat Chip-Ins: Betty Gustin, Dot 202 on the way to a 618 set for the four from the WallBangers, the four from the Screwballs, Rose's
the NAS Jax Course. Followingtheir White, Catie Nichols Pin Busters in the National Lionhearts took three from the Raiders took three from the Docs
round of golf in perfect Third Flight Winner: Evelyn League,George Humbert rolled a Marine Barracks, the Rebels and the Thunderbolts took three
weather the players enjoyed a Roberts 246 for Six Pack in the Atlantic split with the Rotor Heads and from FICEUR 5.
steak dinner. Runner-up: Pat Ogelsby League, Cleveland Gaines rolleda the Gutter Rats took three from The only 200 rolled was by
LADIES BLIND NINE In the NINE Holers,low net, Jo 278 for NFO in the American HC2. Richard Johnson of the Thunderbolts
Winners in the Ladies Blind Hogrefe was the winner and League and Richard O'Neill rolled Bill Greenwalt rolled a 213 for .
Nine.,played on January 22 were: Mary Smith had the fewest putts. games of.213 and 223 in his 614 set the Gutter Rats, Jimmy AMERICAN LEAGUEThe
for the Busch Leaguers in the Cruthirds rolled a 209 for the
Busch took four
American League. Rebels and Doug Pearson and Leaguers
Civilian set The results and Ron from the HS-1 Seakings, the
golfers team other top Smith rolled 221 games for
Hurricanes took four from
the
for each Solex
scorers league for the
I first week of action were as 5.ATLANTIC LEAGUEThe Mad Foxes No. 3 team, PSSSST
took 3 from the Texaco Stars
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attendance record : Mad Fox No. 1 team took
the Marine Barracks took three
PACIFIC LEAGUEThe four from the Sparks, NarJax
took four from took from the Red Barons and NFO
Splitmakers four from AFEES, the Dirt
..... Jax-There was a record turn- given to the Association by the FASO, the ADCOPS took four Balls took four from the VP-45 took three from the Late
out for the recent tournament Brentwood Club. from the NarJax --CPOs, the CPO's, Six Pack took three from Chargers.
hela at the Fort George Island High Lifers took three from the the Controllers,the'HS.15 Ballers David Deverah rolled a 216 for
Golf Club with 101 members of The tournament chairman, Mr. Busch Buds, the Trippers took split with the HS-1 Seahorses and NFO, Robert Lentz rolled a 210
the Naval Air Station Civilian Bynum, has scheduled a one day three from the Mad Foxes No. 2 the VP-45 CPOs took three from for the Busch Leaguers.
Golf Association playing. tournament at Thousand Oaks
Golf Club to be held on February --
The winners were: 1st Flight 18, a Federal holiday. The courseis
W. Gouchnour ((72)), 2nd Flight located on Highway AlA just .5 .5
Jack Markle (66)), 3rd Flight J.
south of Ponte Vedra Beach. c'a 1-&t-f r i at ... Standing' ; Boulevard
Dedge ((66)), 4th Flight W. Lucas Cedar Hills Shopping Center
House of f Quality I Foods
also has an
((66)) ,5th Flight A. D. Knight The Association Phone Ill 9223
((71)) and 6th Flight -A. E. Watson excellent course for the March

((72)). Tournament and 17th at to the be Mayport held on the Naval 16th Every Friday Night is Family Night

The next tournament for the Station Club with dates and
Association will be held at the starting times confirmed.
Brentwood Golf Club February 9- Starting times for this tour- Your choice of
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