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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1974
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Letter to the Editor



I Air News editorials are "psychological tripe" I

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..L till '-'

To the Editors: guys drink from the same and a military posture for over the place and comes what our views would be if

Regarding your cup as you, and for the life your own preservation and just short of making us out fate had ordained us to a
Editorials of late and the of me I cannot com- our Nation's. to be against John Wayne, Commander's role under

Psychological Tripe you prehend your understanding Much different, I can Mom and Apple Pie. the gun. We can't answer
use in pursuing your viewson of what the assure you. Do you read the Jax Air that question any more

the over protection of MAA force exists for, and Don't misunderstandthis News, Chief? Or do you get than you can and it's not a

long hairs and the ever has since the Navy began. letter. I don't pretendto your information second question that deserves an

present two percent out of I do know that it makesme be a radical or anythinglike hand? You said "you answer anyway since

steppers reminds me of feel good to come that-but the organs of relate to the MAA force as neither we nor you are

our National News Media through the main gate and News expression in this the bad guys". If you will Commanders.We .

and their Motherly con- see the clean, correctly country seem too quick to either read our editorialor don't blast anyone

cern for every malingerer, attired young Marines blast anything or anyone re-read it,you will find who insinuates that he
imagined or otherwise, there and then get a who merely insinuatesthat your accusation to be might be for a little more

that ever existed. tremendous let down whenI he might be for a little completely false. reality in dress, disciplineor

You relate to the MAA as see some of the sailors more reality in dress, You also said, "You say common sense. If we

the bad guys, Ummm that around the base who lookto discipline or common you picked up the hair did,we would be blasting
sounds familar. have just escaped from sense. thing from the American Admiral Zumwalt. You

You answer the good the zoo, or maybe the Then when I read that Forces Press Service...". are the one who seems to
comments of the letters Editorial office of the Jax same old line in the We said no such thing. be blasting Zumwalt and

that you've published with Air News.I Editorial section of a You've got your issues not us.Comeon.

asinine questions of your wonder what your paper published for a confused. What we pickedup Chief. Get your
views would be if fate had military base in a sup- from the American facts straight and you'll

own.You say you picked up ordained to you a Com- posedly military at- Forces Press Service was realize that we zoo

the hair thing from the mander's role somewhere mosphere, "Man, that's an article about escapees who have in-
American Force Press under the gun where you too much. Big Z what hath discharges. Again we ask filtrated the editorial staffof
Service-who cares. Those had to maintain discipline thou wrought." you to read or re-read the the Jax Air News and

Claude A. Allen Jr.ADJC Jax Air News so that you men like yourself all drink

(R) will see your mistake. from the same cup. Just
Let the buyer bewareBy You claim we answer because we all want
I
Chief Allen: good comments with something different in the
By SGT. NICK, CORE It is very hard to reply to "asinine questions" and cup, doesn't mean we all

is a nineteen year old service at what zapped him down-at a letter that throws then you pose your own. can't take turns drinking
member and his life will not move what killed him-not on a battle blanket accusations all asinine question about from it, does it?
another second into time because field-not even on a super high
he is irrevocably DEAD. way flying with a Yamahaandsure
Finished. Face down on his rack as hell, not in his own way
and with a stain of dried saliva with a pistol in his hand. But he Attention I About the I
spread into his pillow case. His might as well has shot himself. It : coverCaptain
name is unimportantcertainlynot was just as dumb. He could've
as important as the tender age done it just as neat by slitting his Date changeThe Byron Fuller former POW,credits his life to a Boy Scout of
at which he gasped his last wrists, or swallowing glass, or
America.On page one Paul S.Thornton stands tall with a "tall man"after
breath-but there are a few jumping off a bridge into cold,
receiving the Certificate of Merit.
things that should be noticed. He stagnant water. Henry James Show More photos and story on page 10.
is dressed in jeans, in stocking But what did this nineteen year will be held Tuesday,
feet-those rigid feet danglingover old do? How did he end up dead on March 5th, at the CPO
the edge of his mattress and arrival on a meat wagon in the club,instead of the March
crossed, one atop the other, as if morgue, face up and cold as fro. 6th date printed on
crucified-and he wears a popu zen turkey with a tag on his toe. tickets. I PledgeTo
lar T-shirt proclaiming the Simple.He Help
"Super-ness"of drugs.Also,thereis made a bad buy. He shelledout
a red colored capsule resting his hard-earned cash for
against his left hip, having rolled something that was supposed to HoriZOnhnnY
down the side of the mattress and make him feel good-for some
into the depression caused by his thing that was going to give him a DOdOa[ Y '76 Clean UpAmerica
heavy body. slow, easy "Kick"-and he endedup Jo For
This dude's eyeballs are dried with an envelope full of poison. Our 200th Birthday
out and staring into his crushed Tough luck,dude. But then,what C OOW OtJlS
pillow. This dude's fingers are could he do, man? There ain't noU.S.
purple and his stomach a livid Government seal of approvalon NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT .
grape-red where the dead blood dope! There ain't no Good Johnny Horizon Partner
has settled over the hours since Housekeeping stamp on Smack, Sunday
his last-GASP!! BREATH!! And Downers, Speed. So, it's tough Divine Worship 1:30 a.m.
this dude won't ever be laughing luck. "Let the buyer beware!" at All Saints Chapel. .
Church School 9:30: a.m.
Divine Worship 11 a.m. at 7
All Saints Chapel.
I I Junior Youth Fellowship .
12:30 p.m. Senior Youth J ,
Fellowship 1:30 p.m.EveningWcrship7:30.
JT A X AI Ft N E WS : p.m.
at the Small Chapel.

The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspapf Tuesday
distributed each Thursday; af the U.S. Naval Air Station, Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Jacksonville. Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a p.m. at Bldg 750 and
Christian Science Service n
private f irm. All Copy submitted Jor use in th*JAX AIR NEWS
p.m. at the Small Chapel.
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS u
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News NAVAL HOSPITAL
Items are welcomed from.all sources. Telephone 772-3118 Divine Worship 9:30: a.m.
at St. Lukes.
or 311,
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made NATTCProtestant 8.1
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to Worship
race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, Service, 10:30 a.m. In
user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Building 500. T"
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the CATHOLICSaturday
refusal to print advertising from that source." Mass S p.m. at
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries St. Edward's Chapel.
concerning such should be directed to: Sunday Mass .9a.m. and 11a.m. "
Mass ,
Daily -Monday
/v"%. THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday. Thursday and Safety belts,
Friday 11:30 a.m Wed-
t'.S 4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 nesday Mass 11:30: a m. at when you _____
","o"-, Telephone 387-3566 the Naval Hospital Chapel. funk about it
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to S p.m. itS a niceto
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I Navy Relief Society has vital info for wives I

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Jax-Navy and Marine Corps "pass the word" to your neigh- are all met from the income froman find out all about their work, and vocational school next year and
ladies, would you like to know bors. invested Reserve Fund, then maybe join them in a most need a Navy Relief EducationalLoan
more about military pay and Your husbands give to Navy primarily donated by civilian rewarding experience? don't delay in applying.The .
allowances? The health benefits Relief every year;, during the friends. of the Navy and Marine deadline for completed
sponsored ,by Uncle Sam? Your Society's annual fund drive, but Corps during World War II. Wives desiring to attend the applications is March 15, 1974.
survivors' benefits? Educationalloans did you know that not one cent of And who does most of the,work course should call 772-351S or 778-
for your dependents? that money goes into the main. of the Navy Relief Society? More 0353.
Unless send
for the
Here's your big chance to learn, tenance costs to operate this than 7,000 generous volunteerladies you application -
in three short weeks,information worldwide organization? It all stationed with their Free child care will be too late. Extensions immediately, you'll the be
which otherwise take years to goes right back into helping our husbands throughout the world in provided by Navy Relief at the deadline are not granted.beyond
accumulate. shipmates when the most of the where
need arises. places our Station Nursery while classes are
Sign up for the Navy Relief There are less than 200 employees Navy and Marines operate. in session.
Course scheduled for March 4-22 in the Society and their These volunteers are the ones Write to Navy Relief Society,'
and find out about ,the "whys salaries, plus the operating costs who make Navy Relief a "Go" If you have a dependent son or Suite 1228, 801 N. Randolph St.,
and wherefores" of some of the of the Navy Relief Auxiliaries, operation, so won't you come and daughter going to college or Arlington, Va. 22203.
mysterious Navy and Marine
Corps "regs" your husband talks
about, as well as how many
pennies he draws on those .

blessed It's all paydays.information you could_ THE 1974 VOLVO :

find out by yourself, but how "
much more fun it is to learn aboutit : .
in a class with other wives .


spending together.Even if an you interesting can't spare morning the .IS SIX CARS IN ONE. T : /


time after the course to be a ,
volunteer, sign up anyway. The '
information is important to you-
the service wife.A ALLVOLVOS. '
more thorough understanding ; } "

of your benefits and :.

privileges will make you /' __ At Volvo ve think it takes more than impressive '4 ::.:. :
better member of
I a your features to make an impressive car. .-' '
military community and a more
takes years of making those features 4,
knowledgeable wife,4oo1You'll
also learn all about your i- \\orktogether. {/c. ;,
So when we designed the 1974 Volvo,
own social service organization, J .
we started with a unitized body .
the Relief
Navy Society.
F construction developed thirty ..1 ..
Founded to years .
ago
many years
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ago!! for our Voh o 444,because it's
the that
implement principle
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j-till one strongest
"The Navy Takes Care of its os4<
Ve knolyof. ,/ ,
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Own, the Society gives
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assistance, financially and We use disc brakes for "
their stubborn resistance i to fading.As weUas '
through service,to all active duty I
and retired personnel and their an orthopcdjc.III. nginccrelJ scat built to ,'"

dependents in time of emergencyor adjust for optimum back supPOrt.Both the .
need. Dependents of deceased j legacy of the Volvo( 122. ':;''a. t.::.
Years tie introduced fuelinjectioninoursportseartogneitscngi. ,'" "
personnel are eligible, too. ago .. .
Come and find out about Navy Ine .? Vol\olSOU' t / : .!.
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Relief's wonderful programs for the most efficient mixture of fuel and air. .
both service and education. All ', And equipped our luxury sedan with '
these activities are operated to St rE rudialtirestoenhanceitsroadholdingcapabilities.
benefit your own people and you .You'll find fuel injectionand
will want to know about them, radial tires on this}''ear's ""*

both for yourself and so you can Volvo J4-t. '
lolro122 And recent Government
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three-point belts as standard ','
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I ,- 55 Experimental Safety Vehiclef: \

I Jacksonville 1249-1251,florlda King 32204WANTED St. I ,?:;;}I U.'' ,, an entire car devoted to safety: ...:: 'penmenlal'Softly\ttudt Ir1
11II. .. .. .. withfeatureslikcstrangerbump
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5 USEDCAMERASAND % I But safety is more than just ':
EQUIPMENT. PAYI experimental at Volvo. For 1974 we've
TOP DOLLAR-388 I added f fie important safety'features that '." .

I BRING THIS AD WITH YOU!.1 ,;,,,' '4 no other Vohohase\cr had: .
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that can help protectou
from accidents caused by burned out

headlights or taillights. ,. "
A repositioned fuel tank designed w.','
b
to be less vulnerable in an accident. ; '

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more collision protection and jan :
c\stronger bad. (''- k
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car insurance stand in the way of progress.I ;;;..,

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13 ADCOPs earn

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degrees at FJCJax

-- Thirteen ADCOP Smith, ADJC B. Mitchell, AMSCT. a
students earned Associate Griffith, OSC D. Hansen.
Degrees at Florida Junior AFCM T. Donnelly, Jr., HMCC. .
College during the school's Fall Jimmerfield, PN1 J. Romig,
Term. AEC E. McPaniel, A01 G.
Earning degrees were: AEC Braham,AZl J. Paddock,HM1 C.
M.E. Betz, Jr., ATI E. Black, Bullard, AEl D. Sieruta, NCC A.
PN1 J.E. Brown, CWO-3 M. Anderson, .CT Al R. Gumtow,
Coulliette, MMCS K.A. Gengler, HMC G. Kelly, EMC N. Balgos,
ADJI D.N. Gouin, AMCS J.W. HM1 T. Crisp, AFCM J. Shira,
Gray, Jr., PN1 J.G. Johnson, ATI P. Panehal, HMCS D.
PNC E. Louie, YNC C. Parkinson Templeton, ETC J. Gordon,
STCS D.J. Salveter, AEl YNCS A. McGavock, DPI R.
S.B. Snodgrass and PNC C.H. Moore, RMC T. Pittman, DPI F.
Suriben. Voorhees, AEC J. Horner. .
ADCOP students placed on the YNC W. Tenan, Jr., AWCM R.
FJC Dean's List for the Fall Shute, AZC G. Kovera, EMC C. J '
Term include: Daniels, AG1 M. Pind, ATI 0.
YNCS V. Cook, ATI D. Ram- Coleman, Jr., ATC J. Gregory, _
sdell, HMC J. Miller, AT2 P. AWl E. Harvey, Jr., RMC E. ,
Kaminsky, ATCS C. Jones, AElJ. McConaha, AZC D. Crenshaw,
Poplin,AEl R. Westphal, AECJ. DPI W. Edge, STC R. Griffith, 3 ..
Venables, Jr., AVCM J. Jr., TMCS W. Kislingbury, AEl
Willick, ADJ1 R. Arnold, HMC N. W. Oursler, RMCM W. Ryland. A
Jenkins, JOl W. Maisenhelder, And, AZC R. Torrez, AEC H.
IIMl F. Schultz, HM1 E. Hobday. Howard, AWC C, Land, AG C. Florida
MEETING MAE WEST Professor Lynn Miller from Central Community College In Ocala
Also, ADJ1 J. Suddeth, ENCS Baldwin, CWO-3 D. Favaro, PT1R.
tries on a Mae West aboard a VP-45 P-3C "Orion" as he and other area educators tour the Jacksonville -
D. Valicek, ACt L. Baer, A01 I, Bissonnette, CTTC J. Barrett, .
Grimes, MAl C. Holmes, AEl G. CWO-3 M. Schaefer, OS1 J. Arnold Navy complex.Educators
Quam,Jr.,AMHI H. Lanoue, ATI AC1 D. Jenkins, ATC D.
W. Austin, AWC R. Withrow,AG1 Lewis, HM1 P. Sawyer, ATCS D.
J. Becker, AEC R. Sanders, ATI Tice, AQ1 K. Larson, AWl C. tour Jax Navy complexJaxTen
H. Dumond, AWCS J. Lloyd, Jr., Price, ADJ1 J. Parker and MMCB.

PN1 E. Kaczynski AWC L. Putnam. educators from Florida and Georgia toured the Jacksonville Navy

Complex last week to learn about the technical and vocational opportunities
x awaiting young men and women in an All-Volunteer Force Navy.
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THE HAREM *
Sponsored by COMTACAIR- CO. Next ,on the agenda was a the job.
LANT,the tour took them to work visit to NAS Jax tenant comIn the afternoon the group
centers, flight lines and ships at mands, including the ASW toured NAS Cecil Field, the home
New Summer
Hours 4PM!
: Open
ALLNEWTOPLESS NAS Jax, Cecil Field and complex. of attack squadrons stationed
TOPLESS GOGO4PM2AMRaised DANCERS Mayport. The noon meal was served in aboard Mayport's carriers. At
Show Bar The actual tour began here the enlisted dining hall,where the Cecil Field, the guests were
10 W. Church St. 358-9678 Jan. 30 with a welcome by Capt. guests sat among men and briefed on aircraft carrier
r1 William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax women they had seen earlier on operations and shown cockpit
simulator demonstrations and
First JAPANESE RESTAURANT in Jacksonville! actual line operations on the A-7
aircraft at VA-174.

Since no tour of the Navy is
Lou Webber"YOUR complete without a visit to ships,
the guests headed for Mayport

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I Lisa Donovan show returning to Jax I


Jax-Lisa Donovan, a former Hall (NAS Jax) on Feb. 21 at 3 Feb. 19 at the Prudential
Miss America talent winner, will p.m.,at the NAS Officers Club at building.
be visiting the three Jacksonville 8 p.m. on Feb. 22, and at the NAS Born in Muncie, Ind., Lisa
Navy installations this month. Jax CPO Club at 10:30: p.m. on spent her childhood and
She'll be at the Mayport Feb. 22.She'll. adolescence singing,dancing and
Enlisted Men's Club Feb. 19 at 10 also be a special guest at winning every contest she en
p.m., the Cecil Field Base the USO Council of Northeast tered.
Theatre on Feb.20 at 8 p.m., King Florida Corporation Dinner ont Her desire for perfection took

f, her to New York City where she
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Margolis, renowned teacher of
Jerome Hinds and Robert
Merrill.
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The former 1970 Miss Sarasotahas

tours.completed two overseas iIJJII

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European musical con
;;,: noisseurs remember Lisa for her

,., outstanding contribution to the
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1972 Miss America Tour when she ;
appeared in a support role as
aY Miss Florida for the then reigning
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',. queen.
Her talent and wit earned her
w.fIJo.
the honor of being MC for last
year's Miss Florida pageant, an
:. invitation to make a feature
';.t, appearance at the Miss New
'.. J York pageant and created the,
,.. demand that she star in her own

.: show.
Lisa visited Jacksonville'sNavy
facilities last year, also.
= 1 Lisa Donovan
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DOUBLE HONORS-PN2 Farnum M. Miley has been selected VP-
24's"Batman of the Quarter"and Commander,Naval Forces, Iceland
Want automatic Sailor of the Quarter for the period from October through December
an 1973. While VP-24 was deployed to Keflavik, PN2 Miley was respon
sible for maintaining the enlisted dairy and preparing TAD orders for
squadron personnel, an important assignment since the entire
squadron was TAD to Iceland and flight crews were constantly sent on
further TAD assignments.

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JOWL scholarshipsJax


The Jacksonville Officers' Wives Club (JOWC) will award
? three $1,000.00 scholarships this year.
Recipients must be unmarried and the sons or daughters, adoptedsons
or daughters or stepsons or daughters of Regular or Reserve
Smcomc Navy pay.The or Marine Corps officers on active duty or retired status with

awards will be made on the basis of scholarship,character and
need and will be awarded for one year.
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The scholarship may be used to supplement other forms of
$ $ $ educational assistance and is contingent only on the recipient's
disbursing officer q maintaining satisfactory standards as well as adhering to the
requirements on which the original grant was made.
Applications may be obtained from the Bureau of Naval Personnel,
for details Navy Department, Attn: Pers-311, Washington, D.C. 20370.
Forms may also be obtained from Mrs. C. Paul Johnson, Scholar
ship Chairman, by calling 3884817.
Applications may be made no later than March 15.
Individuals or groups desiring to contribute to the scholarship fund
.". .its great may send checks payable to the Jacksonville Officers' Wives' Club.
Such contributions are tax exempt.
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BRANCH FIVE POINTS BRANCH BEACH BRANCH SAVE MONEY...
Gateway Shopping Center 803 Lomax Street 231 S.Third St.Jax Beach (your labor our tech)
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Conventions, Dinner Parties, Private Parties t:.:;f '.. Etecfronic Wheet Balancing .
No Fault Insurance For Everyone i Grand Openings,Wedding Receptions ;::::.:..; .,....=," Total Engine Performance>;?,...
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CASSAT AVENUE Ca l's or 7IMS01


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NEED YOUR CAR INSPECTED? Featuring EARLY AMERICAN FURNITURE {'':store DELI RESTAURANTIMPORTED .

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Joe's Delicatessen & Restaurant
REAL: CHESS KING OF FLORIDATHE "" "''' < .. ... '.
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BEST SELECTION OF CHESS SETS IN THE SOUTH
Various woods,onyx,brass,Molokai& Ivory '. 'tom Hg. c', Meats..Salads.Breakfatts..Lunches. Dairy Products 1.55 up
Choice Chess Tables& BoardsDISCOUNTSTOMILITARY&
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I Your Navy Exchange- in FebruaryJaxThis 1 i I I'i 1 1fiIL1'


month features a day Order department. be seeing lots of other desirable
that is dedicated to the spirit of It's never too early to think fabrics like chambray
romance, for lovers round the "Spring." This is especially true dunebuggy, seersucker and the
world. And the Navy Exchange is for those who want to forget a nubby linen look.
awfully hard to beat when it winter of discomfort because of Skirts command attention! ..
comes to celebrating Valentine'sDay the fuel shortage. The scarcity of And, their gradual comeback
with tokens of affection. petroleum is having ar adverse indicates that more women are
In addition to a variety of impact on the availability of getting the message. The popular
greeting cards and candies, there synthetics and synthetic blend length is just about to the knees
are lots of other economical waysin materials, and consequently the with emphasis; on pleats, followedby
which NEX can aid your variety and quantity of Spring flares and wrap styles. Someof
message of love. Plush, stuffed clothing. the new Spring styles can be

toys, jewelry, perfumes, trinketsor However, your Navy Exchangehas seen this month at the Navy
even recorded songs of love been and is doing its utmostto Exchange.
are available at the appropriate provide you with crisp, casual Fashion Man says, "Tie up
departments of the Navy Ex and classic creations. Look for with plaid!" Big, bold, plaid ties
change. bright greens, yellows and in new color combinations are in
Perhaps that special someoneis oranges -also feminine pastels in vogue, according to our sartorial
far away.Then,an ideal way of blue, pink, coral and aqua expert. These zesty, four-in-hand
saying "Hi, I'm thinking of you," among the traditionals that have ascots add dash to whatever
is with flowers-by-wire. The been assembled for your Spring you're wearing and "pulls" the rs
personalized services depart wardrobe. other cqlors of your ensemble
ment is ready and anxious to Pants for Spring will be slightly together.It's .
narrower 19" to 24" cuff-widths r .
help.While waiting for the weatherto (Circumference) for misses, witha what's happening now at

warm up, why not repair that 24" average for juniors. The your Navy Exchange, Check with
broken widget? Or build a uncuffed pants seem to be very the men's department for this
deufus? Or even refinish the popular and emphasis is being and other leading fashions.
whachmacallit? You'll find most placed on a contour waist which With warmer weather around
of the tools and supplies right in promotes added comfort and the corner now might be a good
your Navy Exchange hardware natural appearance. time to buy sporting goods, while
department. And should you fail Watch for more mock or true the price is right. All you have to

to locate what you need, don't fly fronts and belt treatments. do is 'touch base' with the NEX ...
forget the Exchange's Special With denim in short supply, you'll sporting goods department, for
top buys in baseball, fishing, golf HS-11's NO. 1 SAILOR-AMH2 Thomas C. McElfrlsh has been
and tennis equipment.Lack selected HS-11's Sailor of the Quarter. Petty Officer McElfrish was
cited for exceptional performance and devotion to duty as Airframes

I Exchange has dungareesJax I your weekends of fuel doesn't can't mean be that en- Work Center Supervisor in the squadron's Aircraft Division.

joyable. Your enlisted club '
CU 73 show
always has something plannedthat assets
A large shipment of dungarees is now available at the Navy
is easy on the pocketbook or
Exchange Uniform Shop.
Both shirts and pants are stocked in a variety of sizes. wallet. For a complete scheduleof

Due to the denim shortage, the Navy Exchange warns that this may activities, particularly weekend over 25 percent increaseJaxThe
the
three-day com-
be one of the last large shipments that will be received.
Located in Bldg. 3 next to the Cafeteria, the Uniform Shop is memorating George
open Washington's Birthday, pick up a Jax Navy Federal The majority of its membersare
Monday through Saturday from 9:30: a.m. to 5:30: p.m.
copy of the club's February Credit Union marked the end of active Navy personnel
calendar.Attention. 1973 with a 25 percent increase in stationed at NAS Jax and Cecil
assets from $37,984,300 to Field, civil service employees
Open for your convenience 8 a.m.-ffp.m. $47,349,700, according to W. Mel working at the two air stations,
Closed Sunday Ross, credit union president.. and retired military personnel.
D PICK.UP A DELIVERY Income for 1973 was $4,168,000as Others making up the credit

D ROAD SERVICED compared with 1972 income of union membership include
$3,212,967--an increase of 30 military dependents, National
MECHANIC ON DUTY 1 HAMsJaxThe percent. Guardsmen and military

Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS Ross explained that most of the reservists.
income is derived from intereston Ross pointed out that the 29,595

outstanding loans to credit loans granted to members last
NAS Jax
BOB'S OAK HILL r:.: union members. This totaled
...... Amateur Radio Societyis accountsfor year $39,276,000.
88 percent of the income, "This is a new high, of course
calling for all interested
uni n .J... while the remainder is earned for the dollar value and the
.... "HAMS" to join the
::.::. club. from entrance fees and incomeon number of loans made to
..
........ investments. members during any one year,"
SERVICE CENTER .... The next club meetinghas
.;.: been scheduled for "The best investment for our Ross said, "Our members are
:::::::::: credit union is in
Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. in Bldg. making loans to learning that the credit union can
103rd: Jammes Road Phone 771.915671IMPALLA4dr. our own members," Ross said. help them get the best value for
726.No "We then return the their
fees are required- earnings dollar and they're really
just a genuine interest in from the loans to the members in taking advantage of this."
the form of dividends on their New auto and truck loans
learning or participating in
No. 1 Small'Car Dealer the Amateur Radio Society savings. This certainly reflects comprised 27 percent of this total,
activities. the cooperative nature of a credit while used auto and truck loans
"
Novice classes are held union. totaled 12 percent. The
AT, R&HAC $1595 every Wednesday at the Last year the membership of remainder consisted of a varietyof
73 CH EVE LLESW Loaded, Nice midsize family wagon $2895 same time and place. the credit union increased by six consumer loans.
73 DATSUN 2dr.Coupe,4speedR&HVnal! Roof, Up to 30mlles percent from 37,283 in 1972 to Ross was also pleased with the
per gal. $2495 39,283 in 1973. amount of savings deposited and

72 DATSUN Sta.Wagon,4speedR&H, Nice $2395 the number of .savings certificates
72 GREMLIN Family Car,3speedACR&HSharp $1895 I issued during 1973.
71 VEGA Like New,4speedR&HAC $1995 "Thrift and economic self-help
71 VW Fastback One Owner,Like New,Low ml,4 are the very foundation of the

72 TOYOTA SW, Economical, Gas Saver $2095 credit union movement," he said,
72 TOYOTA CORONA'S Seven to Choose From "and every encouragement is
ATR&HACVlnal Roof,Your Choice of Colors FROM $2495 h given to our members to be as ,

savings-oriented as possible,"

LARGEST SELECTION OF Over, 1,700 certificates of in
vestment were issued

ECONOMY CARS IN JACKSONVILLEPRICES THGROVE representing a 45 percent in
crease over 1972 in both term and

START AT $1095 daily certificates.


s CONDOMINIUM
HOMESTwo Wt'vi Changed our Name
but the SERVICE lithe Sameat.
and Three Bedroom Condominiums ..

ev Priced from 24, 518 .. .

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corp pool cl.bhome. lighted. !tenors fl
courts quiet wooded :
oreo Only 500 down A great HONDA
beautIful prestigious Orange Pork Come see them way to Ilye '" .
today
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1270 Cano Avenue Corner of DcBarry Avenue
Orange Park Florida
Sttuth Oil U S 17 to Orange'ark
Dtrv,.npM, Oil Gono A., t Itt to Turn Tt''E ngI GROVE'Oil ln9")1) ".. on,fed'.10 Grow Po.h 6332 BLANDING BLVD.
flflI* I : Frank W. Brown&Associates, Realtor PHONE 771.8244
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; 'W"I.:,: ',""> ,1 .." Your Dental Health I


y EDITORS NOTE: The 26th body eventually causing decay.

., >' .. annual National Children's Unfortunately for those ofus
>">J '" Dental Health Week is now in who love sweets, certain bacteria
.
2 __yf. ,:I:,f-t"'A rJ progress. As part of the observance produce these harmful acids
8as ,. the Jax Air News, in within a few minutes.
cooperation with the Dental

,xf ,' Department, today begins a These acids remain harmfulfor
series of articles on facts you at least 20 minutes each time
t" s, should know about dental health. that you eat or drink a sugary
food or beverage. So the more
My dentist always harps about
often you eat sweets and the
between-meal sweets. Why
',.' longer sugar remains in the
should snacking have an effect on
ciw teeth? mouth, the longer the decay
my
process continues.Of .

Dentists have determined that course, it's hard to avoid
frequent eating of foods that ever eating between meals. But
._ e z! contain sugarsparticularlybetween there certain foods
m are that
":,4,:""rx, ::::::: 1 Pik r f '4 : meals.-contributes to should be avoided, like cookies
,{ tooth decay. This is because and candy, which are high in
> .,,;> i1 dental disease begins with a sugar content.On .
colorless film of harmful
i' H b i/rp Ir sticky,
4 bacteria called plaque that is the other hand, you can
constantly forming on your teeth make a list of some of the
and gums.Plaque is formed from nutritious snack foods:
1 1f.
bacteria that are present at all

times in the normally healthy' Raw celery or carrots, milk
mouth. and cheese. Nuts, Hardboiledeggs.
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,
.Fresh fruits such as apples,
However, each time that you oranges and bananas. Popcornand
eat foods that contain sugars, soda crackers. Sugarless
M I Ip certain bacteria in the mouth are gums and sugar-free soft drinks.A .
stimulated to create acid.It's this
acid that attacks tooth enamel, good rule to follow is to save
the hardest substance in the those sweets for mealtime.


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A SNOWBALL IN JACKSONVILLE? Theeo at Hangar 1000 last week when a VP-24"Bat
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man"brought one home from Keflavik for his daughter. (Photo By Mike Rose) "$ rorW _"

HS-1 pilots FOR SPECIALRATES SERVICEMEN '600 double per occupancy person

Entertainment Nittly, Quarterdeck Lounge A Dine at Biter's Seafood .'
WITHOUT ADVERTISING YOU WOULDN'T KNOWHONDA' ] Restaurant,250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
aid patient Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking -


Jax-Lt. Robert Cipriano, an
Instructor Pilot at HS-1, was
CI'JAtKIDNVIlEI
conducting a night instructional
flight on Jan. 16, when he
received an emergency call from '

the Control Tower here.A WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL POINTS OF INTEREST
patient at the Jacksonville
Naval Hospital was in desperate
need of O-negative blood.
T rare,
The needed blood was available OF JACKSONVILLE
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it in Orlando, Florida, and its quick SAL'ES.. .SERVICE. ,
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: .' transportation to Jacksonvillewas
vital.

Lt. Cipriano, Aircraft Com
.: mander, and his co-pilot, Ltjg( ) ,: tM
.,; ; Gaston R. Buford, flew their
4 S Sikorsky SH-3 "Sea King" all
r weather helicopter to Herndon

", Field, a civilian airport in
; Orlando, where Naval personnel T1nf
;S were waiting for them with the
t;: '. important cargo. ,
W-; : The two HS-1 officers returned 6425 NORWOOD AVE. 764-2419 --
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to Jacksonville without incident &

I fl"i a,'.,, and were met by Red Cross
who rushed the
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lit': :. much needed blood to the Naval

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CECILFIELDN.A.S.CLOSE ( names. No sales pitches.)
TO SCHOOLS,
CHURCHES AND
SHOPPING AREAS Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on

_..u 5.. !t. Ui1U your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick, Our concept Is a simple one-a hearty drink,
courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor and
salad bar, a thick steak
Take 103rd to FirestoneRd. unless an inviting
talk shop you want us to.
., Turn South 2 Blocks mammoth baked potato-served attentivelyby
Past Forrest High School.APARTMENTS. Dial FinanceWe waiters In an Intimate dining room.
don't want you to like us just for our money.
40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 .
COLONIALOREST 5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895 HAPPY HOUR DAILY5til7PM

4721 San Juan Ave. 384-2314 Cash to DRINKS AT HALF-PRICE!
1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764-2583
r $:>,800
Sleiman Lone Star Center ROOSEVELT MALL (HIGHWAY 17))

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cell and was not escorted by his tonight, but, I'm not going
By Paul LucasA Acting as Guest of Tossed into a Fuller lady and you could hear to kss you!" The 400 plus
sixty-second standing Honor, Captain Fuller left to die, Captain Captain Fuller say" "It is in attendance went wild. A
ovation the credited his life directly to now says that he is healthyand
was way distinct privilege to great ending for a great
well and has no signsof my
former POW Captain the knowledge of an Air been in- present you this award occasion!
Byron Fuller was greetedat Force major who for 100 ever having
the annual Scouters days and nights nursed jured. This he attributes to .".._ : 1.,__.. --
Appreciation Program, him back to health while the skill of that Boy Scout ,
North Florida Council, he was a POW.As it turnedout who cared for him in his : .

Boy Scouts of America on the major was a time of need.
.
Jan. 28. The ceremony was holder of every Boy Scout Thus, a fitting occasionfor "'
held in the Normandy- Badge and Scout the Captain to presenta "II.

Boulevard Armory in decoration possible to Certificate of Merit to ,',.;'
Cub Scouter- Paul S.
Jacksonville. earn. ',
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Thornton of Pack 324. Paul ,'"' ''''':'\' .. :, '' ,...1 r
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received the citation for "\:" ",'i".' ",,.;'.: ", \ ;.. ,
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his actions of last summer ,, t.
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Station when he noticed a ,, it. 1i'1 : -: :.;:::',:;".<.....",...:,, :,.''-- '.,
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and {<
a young girl floundering .. ,._ ,' .
apparently drowning in ':
Lake Wonderwood. He <:.:,., : Jj
risked his life .for her;
jumping into the neck deep
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CERTIFICATE OF MERIT- Captain Fuller presents Cub Scouter
I safety.An Paul Thornton the Boy Scout Certificate of Merit for the part he playedin I
honor
3 ( unexpected saving a young girl's life.

was bestowed upon the ,, II
-
former POW when a
statue of a boy was givento trrr'

him symbolizing the
4 strength of our youth.

Also on the evening's

program, Captain Fuller
presented nine Silver
Beaver and three Silver

Fawn Awards to adult <
t
leaders for their efforts in 31
the Scouting program. As -: 1WffkuIr&1II

the wives were placing the
medals around their _

husband's necks their men
were rewarded with a

special kiss for the
occasion.
...
Then came some humorin I
,. .
NO WAY-Captain B. Fuller, former POW, congratulates Mr. Taft the program when SYMBOL OF STRENGTH-Boy Scout- Vice President for-Programs,
I Cummings on receiving the Silver Beaver award. Captain Fuller said, retired Army Major Taft Richard H.Suddath,presents Captain Fuller a statue, symbolic of
smiling, "There is ,no way that I'll kiss you". Cummings was given his the strength of our nation's youth. Mr. Suddath's tribute was simple. I
Silver Beaver award. He "We wanted you to have a boy,Captain,"he said.



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I History Week'Helping I


Americans Understand'contributions of Black Americans
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Jax Black J
History Week 1974 will be observed
between Feb. 116.()

The theme of this year's celebration, which is sponsored BLACK HISTORY WEEK

annually by the Association for the Study of AfroAmerican -

Understand"Life and History, will be "Helping America HELPING AMERICA UNDERSTAND CONTRIBUTIONSOF
the contributions of Black
throughout the history of the United States Americans BLACK AMERICANS THROUGHOUT THE

The sub-themes of this year's observance are divided HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATESSUNDAY
into the
following areas, one for each day of the week:
Feb. 10: African HeritageFeb.

11: Contributions to Socio-political
Life 10 FEB. 1100-1230 1300-1430
Feb. 12: Contributions through Inventions Discovery African ENLISTED DINING HALL STATION THEATER
Feb. 13: Contributions through Economics Heritage Soul Food Luncheon Black History Movies

Feb. 14: Contributions through Education and Human 1100PROTESTANT
Values CHAPELCommencement 1300-1430 FRIDAY, 15 FEB.
STATION THEATER
Feb. 15: People and the Critical Issues of the Seventies Observance.Statementof of Black History MoviesWEDNESDAY. People and the
Feb. 16: Brotherhood and the Better
Way theme and programs Critical Issuesof

Localprogramsin the NAS Jacksonville area include

discussions, dances, movies, dramatic events, meals MONDAY, 11 FEB.SocioPolitical i 13 FEB.Economics the Seventies

and special exhibits and displays. Life I 1930-2100
KING HALL GYMNASIUM
Look for the special Black History Week calendar on 0930-1700 1200-1330 Black History Play
NAVY EXCHANGE
this page for more details of scheduled events. CPO CLUB "400 Years of Chains"
Minature Cassette Movie Soul Food Luncheon
"Just Like You" 1300 Guest
:.:.:.:.:............ .. .,, ::.. : ..T.'T.... ................ ........ Black Cultural Exhibits Speaker
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TORRANCE'S KITCHENJaxWhen STATION 1000-1130 THEATER THURSDAY, 14 FEB. Brotherhoodand
the
Black History Movies Education and

1300-1430 Better
Way
Human Values
received two from STATION THEATER
we recipes Ms. Marguerite Brown of
the Supply Department's Aviation Support Division we printed first Black History Movies 2000-0100
the one which we determined,by casual observation, to be the easiestto 1430-2100 09301700NAVY EXCHANGE HANCOCK HALL PO CLUB
prepare and that has the least calories.We KING HALL GYMNASIUMBlack Dancing with 'Queen
Miniature Cassette Movie Bee
had no intention of not sharing the other recipe and here it is for History Play "Just Like You"Black and the Diamonds"

all you brownie lovers. "400 Years of Chains" Cultural Exhibits
Brown's Brownies

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syrup, 2 cups nuts (coarsley chopped).
Combine and sift first five ingredients into mixing bowl. Add next Discovery ,
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INGREDIENTS: V4 stick butter teaspoon vanilla, teaspoon salt,
Vt to 1 cup miniature marshmallows, 1 Ib. sifted confectioners' sugar,
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; HS-3 ready for Mediterranean cruise. .




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:
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maintenance personnel were awarded individual
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"Tridents" to join Forrestal at Norfolk ; I




presented the Meritorious Unit Commendation
Forrestal Commanding Officer Capt. J.B. Lindner, who by
presented it toHS-
Commanding Officer.Cdr Wde J.
Pharis, on December 11. T, ,
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In October,HS-3 transferred most of its personnel and '
changed its homeport' to NAS Jacksonville. A short ASW p _
(Antisubmarine Warfare) Exercise took many of the 3., '
pilots and maintenance personnel back to Quonset Pointat :
the end of October for one final look at the base before
departing for good. Mq y 3, 4 : 'rrq

Workups continued in November and the squadron
has really had to hustle to keep up with the Forrestal's
schedule. There were two workup periods in Novemberof
two weeks, and one two-week period in the first part of ..- "Vb 4: '
December.Last -.- .- w r rr

month the squadron concluded its formal
workups with the administration of the Operation and
Readiness Evaluation on Jan. 22 and 23. F 4 G
4 N1} ,. AMC.e ,yx py yy a bp.> ,
I During the period of approximately 30 hours, HS-3 ,
,
I! logged 60 ASW flight hours and many hours of contact ?- z
time on the U.S. exercise submarine.The .

hard work and long hours paid off with an overall
grade of High Excellent for the evaluation.

Only one aircraft accident marred the workup period
for the aircraft embarked on Forrestal. An A-7 Corsair
from Cecil Field had just been catapulted and was
climbing to 22,000 feet when its engine blew up and the A LIFT FROM THE"TRIDENTS"-An HS-3 chopper demonstrates the fine art of at-sea personnel
pilot ejected from the aircraft. He was picked up by one transfer.
of HS-3's Helos piloted by Ltjg( .) S.L. Madey, and
crewed by AWAN D. Pearson.

HS-3 will depart Jacksonville for Norfolk and the

Forrestal in the early part of March and will be deployedfor ', ,....
approximately six months, joining the Sixth Fleet in .. .
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of the ports which are usually visited by the .
carrier are Barcelona, Athens, Naples and Palma to
name a few.

Many of the personnel have made the cruise before
and the ports will be familiar places to them, but for
many of the men it will be a brand new experience to be A .,
remembered.
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has prepared
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2 'Dragons' for retirement r'


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Jax The Navy's "Transition" program will soon be coming to an
end, but it was alive long enough for two VP-56 "Dragons" to take
advantage of it.
AWl Matthew T. Murphy and PR2 Leonard C. Hedgecoth retired
Friday with training furnished by Transition that will help both in
civilian life.
Officer Murphy took courses in Restaurant Management
under Transition and plans to open his own restaurant in the
Jacksonville area. A
PR2 Hedgecoth took advantage of Transition by attending a schoolin WaY r
Gainesville that provided on-the-job training in the Auto Sales
Business.
With his training after years of working with survival equipment in
the VP-56 paraloft, "Hedge" should have no trouble selling his
customers on the new safety deuces when be goes to work at his
father's car dealership.



FRA 91's Auxiliaryto


celebrate birthdayJax


-The Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve Association, Unit 91
will celebrate their birthday on Feb. 11 at the Branch Home, 5301 HS-7's LUCKY WINN ERS-Wlnners of the HS-7 "Wah-A-Plane" voting admire their prize. The
Collins Road. squadron members raised $272 by voting for the supervisor and five washers of their choice. Chosen
The Unit will hold their celebration on their regular meeting night as washers were: LCdr. Nordeen, Lt. Wandishin, Ltg(| ) Persson, ADCS Morrow and AWC Tobin.
Monday, Feb. 11 at 8 p.m. AMSAN Memmo was picked as the supervisor.
Festivities will be highlighted by the official visit of the National

President, Agnes Martin. Burial "ripoff" to VA I
Regular business will be dispensed with so the National Presidentcan .grave.. "' concern
visit with all members and in attendance.All .
guests
the the Veterans Ad-
When discussing their eventual pers Mrs. Jones had-signed resulted system,
members are urged to attend. deaths, John Jones, a 20-year in a large financial loss she ministration (VA) will pay only
military veteran, and his wife could not afford. ance of$400. If a veteran dies of
I agreed on burial in a veteran's service-connected causes and is
This story is true, just the buried in a private the
cemetery. When he died, Mrs., cemetery
1* OUT OFS'.IG"HT' 1 Jones arranged for her husband's names have been changed to protect VA will pay up to $800 of burial
funeral to be held at the Stardust the innocent; and, unfortu- expenses. If the veteran is buriedin
GO GO DANCERS Memorial Cemetery.Two nately, the guilty. a recognized National Cemetery -
weeks later, Mrs.Jones re Not all cemeteries which bear VA will pay for everything
All Topless ceived a $1100 bill for burial expenses the words "Veterans," "Na- except the cost of the casket.
from Some cemeteries will offer their
the cemetery. She, tional" or"Memorial" are part of
BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS along with many unsuspectingwives the newly reorganized National services by sending letters to vet-
1)) AM tII2 AM Dally and parents, had been mis Cemetery System. Of the 103 erans and/or their families. If the
'! 1080 Cassat Ave 383-9016 led by the cemetery's claim of cemeteries in the system, only 56 letter implies or states the ceme-
being a recognized National have grave sites still available.The tery is in the National Cemetery
Cemetery. It wasn't, and the pa- open sites are located in 28 System,check it out with the Vet-
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JUST CALL... Judy Becker The main order of business was
Jax -NWCA Jax 86 hosted the the election of the following officers .
Dixie Area Council meeting Jan. : president, Mrs. Norman
24. Froitzheim; vice president and
387-3566 Special guests in attendancewere chaplain, Mrs. Ronald Celmer;
Mrs. B.J. Howard, national Secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Daniel
b president of NWCA and a life Sullivan; and parliamentarian,
member of Jax 86; Mrs. George Mrs. Dwight LaMar.Dr. .
YOUR DOLLAR GETS MORE Schorr, national pin chairman;
.
Bonnie Hendry and Dr.
MILEAGE THRU THE and Mrs. Fred Lundgren, past Josie Joseph from Sunny Acres
JAX AIR NEWS-AIR WINGER national distribution.chairman of printingand Daycamp showed slides of the

WANT ADS! daycamp's program.

NWCA Mayport 201 won both
the attendance award, with 16

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\ I JAX AIR NEWS/AIRWINGER I II TIMUQUANA since Mrs.the Charles last council Davis meeting.was

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ASSISTANT MANAGERHOTEL.RESTAURANT BRYSON City, N.C Phone 488.2714. 350 cu. in. engine 2 barrel carb., 3-Spd APARTMENT LIVING
trans. Phone Dave,264.7531 or 264 9775
12 3 BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS 4
Prefer mature couple. Lodging furn. FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS after 6 p.m.
Spacious rooms, wide windows,
& Salary. Wife may work also. All CONTACTJoe
fringe benefits Apply to J. Polischtak. Ropiak (RET. NAVY) Realtor. INTERNATIONAL SCOUTS central heat & air cond. Private Arm:
Heart of Jacksonville Motor Hotel. 901 Associate Representing 16 to Choose from, 4 cylinder Hard top patios, sundecks, swimming pool
Models (removable) 20,000 to 40,000 and party room.
Main St. Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors r
secondcar.
miles. Ideal for sportsman
OFFICE! 771-803 RES 781. 7715 264-8102
LIKE GIRLS Prices start at $699, 2509 Phillips

Call on the nicest girls In town, full or HOUSE FOR SALE HiWay, 3962025. Century 21 Imports.NO 1800 KINGSLEY AVE.

part-time. 7867832. 3 Bedroom, 2 Baths, Living R, DiningR CASH DOWN DIRECTIONS Between

SALESMAN Family R. Central A&H, one car 1967 GTO, extra sharp select shift Blanding Blvd. b Orange Park
Great opportunity for Individual to garage. Fence in Backyard. 264 5258. auto. No cash .down low mo. pymts. Minutes away via new.l-295.

learn the emergency lighting Call 358-0881.
HOUSE FOR SALE -
business. Full or Part-time, commissioned =
3 Bedr. 1'12 Baths, Kitchen, Living R. 1960 WHITE VAN
territory assignments
Carport. Carpet, Air, Fence in 4.Cylinder Ton Ideal for camper,
.
leading to district sales mgr. position.Get Backyard. 265258. 778-2906.
In on the ground floor. For appt
Call 641-3840 aft. 6 p.m. RENTALS J 1973 OPAL
L[ I
Manta luxus, 6,000 miles, Excel.
HOMEWORKERS WILMAR APTS. Cond., No equity, take up balance
$25.00 per 100 stuffing & addressing 2BR., Furn., water, sewage & gar- $2900. 26 -2265.
envelopes at home In your spare time. bage, parking cars, small children, Big Chief Say:
Details 25 cents and stamped, ad. small pets o.k. $125. mo., Washer 1971 LINCOLN CONT.MARK III
dressed envelope to V.I.P. $8.00. 387.2541 or 387.0744.ORANGE Extra Clean, Personnel car FREE FRONT WHEEL
Specialties, P.O. Box 17375, Call 358-0881. 4 '
Jacksonville, Fla. 32216.I PARK ALIGNMENT & STATIC
Furn. or Unfurn., Dish- 72MERCURY
2BR, Apts. I
I I MISCELLANEOUS I1 J I IA washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth Montego New tires.MX Immaculate.2DR. Sedan$1995.R-H, A-C 285-, BALANCE WITH 1
7713355.
Apts. 771-1405 or
6734. PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES
recorded message by 4
RENT ORTEGA
FOR
SCOTT EDWARDSTells air cond., Stove. 1972 DODGE VAN
2 bath house
you how to b. a 3Bdrm. Short.wheel bale spd.., Good Con
for 2
Available years.
DISC JOCKEYCall & refrig. REALTY 725.6200 dition, 1995. 771-7666 anytime ; Stti Make*th BIG Difference
355-2944 any hour. Approved for FOX

veterans. Columbia School of HOMES "1 j 1971 DODGE VAN
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not \ MOBILE Long-wheel base, 6.cyl., spd... Good
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Condition, $1695. 771-7666 anytime. 4 STEEL BELTEDRADIALTIHES

home study. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS Clean modern .

trailer and apts. 3893007. 1973 BUICK CENTURY
LIVE
CRABSWilford'
8,000 miles, Mint Cond., loaded, going
Fish Camp COLONY MOBILE HOMES i4 .r
overseas. 772-0248. FINEST GERMAN -
_ 24 9707 Sales & Rentals, 9359 103rd St. Call

TYLERS HEATING A AIR COND. 7710275. Photostating and notary QUALITY

Central and wall furnaces, space service. 1
heaters, clean & repair. Lake Shore, LET YOUR RENT
4711 Palmer, 3885161. BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT

KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER DEPOSITREQUIRED

Responsible$7.00 per party month.take Rayfleld's up paymentsof 6437 5210 SUMIT Phillips MOBILE Highway HOMES,733.9422 155 SR 12 $29.95

BRINGTHISADFORSIOO.OPPWEBUYANDSELL
Wilson Blvd., 112-8936.
165 SR 13 $32.95

NEWZIG-ZAOSEWINOMACHINE GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES ,
Just out of layaway. Someone to Phone 311.461 rrr 175 SR 14 $35.95

assume pymts. $68 Cash or $9.20 mo.

Call 3895591. 1072CAMERONDoublewide Buy U. S. Savings Bonds / 155 SR 15 $34.95All
24' X44', 2BR., 2BA.,
JEANS PROFESSIONALDANCE Heated & AC, Washer & dryer, fully other sizes available at 4

Westconnett at 103rd ACADEMY& Orange Park, furn. 721-1210. proportionately low prices.

Bellalr Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe, 4
..BIRD> MINI. CYCLES PLUS F.E.T. OF 1.48 TO 2.45
Jazz, Hula, Tahitian, Baton & RICK. MAN BSA..Parts..Sales..Service. 4
Acrobatics. Register Now, 771-2521, +.. ,
771-5464, 778-3655. Children & Adults. PASftNOlRTIR80UARANTEEGuaranteed
.against road hazards for theme of the original
GEORGE'SKENNELS tread. If tire falls, we will, at our option, repair It free or
Dogs A Cats Boarded replace It,charging only for the tread wear on a pro-reta share
Pickup & delivery/ service since 1925. of the current price plus tax.

Grooming, training & shipping. 4 Guaranteed against wear-out for a specific number of miles. If
Visitors welcome. Bankamerlcard & tread wears out In this period we will replace It, Charging for
Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 near mileage used on a pro-rata share of the current price, plus tax,
Cassat Ave & Edgewood. Commercial vehicle excluded. .

_ SOlS Edgewood Ct.,389-004

MODERN PIANO INSTRUCTION M

Call Mr.737-4065 Anthony 3, .B BIG CHIEF


1972TIDECRAFT SATIRE C0MPAN Y '
Bass boat & trailer. 40 Hrse power

equipped Mercury $1500.and trolling. motor. Fully ATLANTIC ; OPEN 86.ir0N: >$AtMI4 w
285 6734. *
__ HOMMINlir IIVO,18(4 til 7M MM MM *04V 417V

COFFEEMUGSPERSONALIZED INSIGNIA custom 8209 fD UIM. ) PHONE 44'f
ATLANTIC T Iz 725-5811
mugs and steins. All services. FREE : -
CATALOG. Military Supply Com- BOULEVARD q
Pany, Box 286, Gainesville, Florida

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2 'Dragons' for retirement

:

Jax -The Navy's "Transition" program will soon be coming to an j '7t :

end, but it was alive long enough for two VP-56 "Dragons" to take .e
advantage of it. : : :
AWl Matthew T. Murphy and PR2 Leonard C. Hedgecoth retired

Friday with training furnished by Transition that will help both in e dr a v A.,
civilian life.
Officer Murphy took courses in Restaurant Management
under Transition and plans to open his own restaurant in the

Jacksonville area.
PR2 Hedgecoth took advantage of Transition by attending a schoolin d 4
Gainesville that provided on-the-job training in the Auto Sales
iaaia
Business.
With his training after years of working with survival equipment in ; I .
the VP-56 paraloft, "Hedge" should have no trouble selling his rye '-?
customers on the new safety devices when he goes to work at his

father's car dealership.



FRA 91's Auxiliaryto


celebrate birthdayJax


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-The Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve Association, Unit 91 LUCKY WINNERS-Wlnners of the HS-7 "Wash-A-Plane" voting admire their prize. The

will celebrate their birthday on Feb.... 11 at the Branch Home, 5301 squadron HS-7's members raised $272 by voting for the supervisor and five washers of their choice. Chosenas

Collins Road. washers were: LCdr. Nordeen, Lt. Wandishin, Ltg| ) Persson, ADCS Morrow and AWC Tobin.
Ihe Unit will hold their celebration on their regular meeting night AMSAN Memmo was picked as the supervisor.
Monday, Feb. 11 at 8 p.m.
Festivities will be highlighted by the official visit of the National
President, Agnes Martin. Burial "ripoff" grave concern to VAWhen
Regular business will be dispensed with so the National Presidentcan
the Veterans Administration
visit with all members and guests In attendance.All discussing their eventual pers Mrs. Jones had-signed re- the system, (VA) will pay only

members are urged to attend. deaths, John Jones, a 20-year sulted in a large financial loss she ance of$400. If a veteran dies of

military veteran, and l his wife could not afford. service-connected causes and is

I agreed on burial in a veteran's This story is true, just the buried in a private cemetery, the
-: cemetery. When he died, Mrs., names have been changed to pro- VA will pay up to $800 of burial
*. OUT OF SIGHT Jones arranged for her husband's tect the innocent; and, unfortu- expenses. If the veteran is buriedin
funeral to be held at the Stardust National Ceme
nately, the guilty. a recognized
GO GO DANCERS Memorial Cemetery.Two tery, VA will-pay for everything
later Mrs. Not all cemeteries which bear
weeks Jones re-
except the cost of the casket.
All Topless ceived $1100 bill for burial expenses the words "Veterans," "Na- Some cemeteries will offer their
from the cemetery. She, tional"or"Memorial" are part of services by sending letters to vet
DANCERS along with many unsuspectingwives the newly reorganized National
BARTENDER WAITRESSES erans and/or their families. If the
and parents, had been mis- Cemetery System. Of the 103
11 AM til:AM DallyIWOCassatAve. letter implies or states the ceme-
led the claim of cemeteries in the only 56
'I 388-9014 by cemetery's system tery is in the National Cemetery
t
recognized National have sites still available.The .
being a grave
System,check it out with the Vet
Cemetery. It wasn't, and the pa.fttlIeithaJ open sites are located in 28
erans Administration. The VA
states and Puerto Rico.
will standing
verify cemetery's
1 If a cemetery is not included in and could save you money and
I the regular plot and burial allow- grief.

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I ssiidd I \. lax 86 Highlights I




JUST CALL... By Judy Becker The main order of business was.
Jax-NWCA Jax 86 hosted the the election of the following officers

Dixie Area Council meeting Jan. : president, Mrs. Norman
24. Froitzheim; vice president and
Special guests in attendancewere chaplain, Mrs. Honald Celmer;
387-3566 Mrs. B.J. Howard, national Secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Daniel
b president of NWCA and a life Sullivan; and parliamentarian,
member of Jax 86; Mrs. George Mrs. Dwight LaMar.

YOUR DOLLAR GETS MORE Schorr, national pin chairman; Dr. Bonnie Hendry and Dr.
and Mrs. Fred Lundgren, past
MILEAGE THRU THE Josie Joseph from Sunny Acres
national chairman of printingand Daycamp showed slides of the
JAX AIR NEWSAIRWINGERWANT distribution.TIMUQUANA. daycamp's
program.
ADS!!
NWCA Mayport 201 won both
the attendance award, with 16
present, and the membershipaward
immnmmmummmoammFILL OUT AND MAIL THIS FORM BELOW:._ _aafal.etalI with 14 new members
since the last council meeting.Mrs. .
I JAX AIR NEWS/AIRWINGER I II Charles Davis was
chairman for a Mexican luncheon -
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT I TERRACE complete with homemadetacos
tamales and refried beans.
,
4747 SAN JUAN AVENUE, JACKSONVillE FLORIDA 32210 I ApartmentsPool.
I NWCA Cecil Field 121 will host

NAME PHONE I .PatiosBalconies the next Dixie Area Council
I WTW Carpet-Drapes meeting on May 16.
I Central Heat&Air
I ADDRESS
Modern Kitchen Appliances

Please run the following ad _Times. I II Laundry Room 11
I
1 BR FURNISHED 'R&STEXACO

I $115 up

I 2 BR FURNISHED '
I
I $165
I upi 4851 SAN JUAN AVE.
,miles'from NAS Jax PHONE 389.9414
I II 10 miles from NAS CecilS342SEABOARDAVE.
J' I RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 Per additional line (Swords per line)50 cents r FREE

Enclosed is
I (Just off Timuquana) CAR WASHwith
PHONE 77J.7304
COPY MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORE TUESDAY BEFORE PUBLICATION I any purchase of gal

I II Complete Auto Care
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CALL: 387-3566 Movie Schedule


Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than Tuesday for nuhiirTTTT! *"'*

arriving too late for this deadline will be nub ;o.7, the fublicafion following Thursday. Ads
strutted otherwise. A check or money order for .h following! week unless the publ* l.;htr is in-
of
? ad must be received WITH the copy. --
RATE; minimum charge ((3 lines) ...52.00 -
Mail to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO., additional line ((4 words per line) ,,.50c Thursday. Feb. 7 Sunday. Feb. 10
4565 SHIRLEY AVE.. JACKSONVILLE 322)0LI ) "CANCEL MY RESER- "TRADER HORN" Drama,

----- -- -- I VATION" Comedy, Starring Bob Starring Ron Taylor and Anne

[ EMPLOYMENT | FOR a' SALE 4TIRES &WHEELSOf 1973 CONCORD Hope and Eva Marie Saint. "G" Heywood. "PG" (106 min.)
Chevy
Van
$..Of. 64-5313. No. 10. 14" rims, 12'X6S', All elec., $6395. 771-0275, 9359 (100 min.)
PART-TIME JOB 103rd Street. Monday, Feb II
8 A.M..12 Noon,or 5 PM.10 P.M. $2.10 I Friday, Feb. THE FRENCH CON-
Hr 355-2741 REAL ESTATE ]J 1974 SKYLINE "TALL BLOND MAN WITH NECTION" Crime Drama

TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo 12' X 54' Country Colonial. $4995. 771- ONE BLACK SHOE" Comedy, Starring Gene Hackman and
PART OR FULL TIME up to twenty acre Tracts 5 mile 0275, 9359 103rd Street. Starring Robert Castil and Jean
Fernando Rey. "R" ((105 min.)
MECHANICSAfternoons radius Cecil Field & 1-295 $2,000.00 to Obe. "PG" (90 min).
Saturdays or Full-time 1974 CONCORD
$3,000.00 acre. Prices
per
are far
jax Top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply in below near-future values. Call Tony 12'X65' $7100 Modern dishwasher, Saturday, Feb. Tuesday Feb. 12
person to Mr. Foster, NIMNICHT George 389-5514, Eve. 7711976. etc. 771-0275, 9359 103rd Street. "MINNIE & MOSKOWITZ" "THE MAN CALLED NOON"

CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat WYNNE REALTY FLORIDA Comedy, Starring Gena Western, Starring Richard

Avenue. Realtors SpecialistWE MOBILE HOMES Rowlands and Seymour Cassel. Crenna and Stephen Boyd. "R"

GREATJOBEarn SMIN.TONAS.20MIN.TOCECILFIELD. "PG" ((115 min.) ((96 min)
BUY EQUITIES
5.50-575 per wk., working part. Louise T. Bailey
By owner. 12'X60' Custom. Unfurn.
time calling on single girls. Earn Broker 771-3605 2BR Front kit Sep DR, Range, I Hospital Theater closed |
more with Incentive plan. Must be Refrig. W-Freezer, Washer. Cent.
sharp I Phone 7213600. OAKHILL PARK Heat 8. Air. Cond. WoW Carpet.

3BR., 2BA., fncd. yd., Stv. 8. ref rig., Drapes. Skirting. Tie Downs Cool Jax The movie theater located in Bldg. H-2009,

TYPINOOR BOOKKEEPINGAT carpet & drapes near bases. Equity Seal Stor. Shed, Xtras. Avoid 10 or 15 adjacent to the Navy Regional Medical
MY HOME 771-8747. Center, has been
yrs. pymts. This mobile home can be
5 Yrs. experience as a legal secretary. paid for in lust 4 yrs. Move or rent closed permanently due to lack of attendance.

784-8023. SUMMERCABINS present lot in nice park for Info. 264-
IN THE SMOKIES 2050.
SERVICEMANInside
Near Cherokee i Bryson City N.C.
sales, part-time weekdays &
Paved Roads, Good Water, Beautiful j TRANSPORTATION
Sat., Earn extra $$$, $2.00 hr. to start. ..,. NEWEST CONCEPT
Scenery. For Permanent or Summer
Apply at 1506 Prudential Dr. Homes. Jax. Beach, Phone 246 8383 or '69 CAMARO RALLY SPORT IN APARTMENT LIVING

ASSISTANT MANAGER BRYSON City, N.C. Phone 4882714. 350 cu. in. engine 2 barrel carb., 3-Spd
trans. Phone Dave 264.7531 or 264-9775
HOTELRESTAURANTPrefer 1 123 BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS
mature couple. Lodging furn. FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS after 6 p.m. )
K11I)1
Spacious rooms, wide windows
Wife work also. All CONTACTJoe
6 Salary. may
INTERNATIONAL SCOUTS central heat & air cond. Private
Ropiak (RET. NAVY) Realtor. _
benefits Apply to J. Pollschtak.
fringe Associate Representing 16 to Choose from 4 cylinder Hard top patios, sundecks, swimming pool
Heart Jacksonville Motor Hotel. 901 Models (removable) 20,000 to 40,000 and party room.
Inc. Realtors
Blanding Agency
Main St. miles. Ideal for sportsman, secondcar.
OFFICE 771-803 RES : 781- 7715 264-8102
GIRLS Prices start at $699, 2509 Phillips
LIKE
Call on the nicest girls in town, full or HOUSE FOR SALE HiWay 3962025. Century 21 Imports.NO 1800 KINGSLEY AVE.

part-time. 786-7832. 3 Bedroom 2 Baths Living R, DiningR CASH DOWN DIRECTIONS Between

SALESMAN Family R. Central A&H one car 1967 GTO extra sharp select shift Blanding Blvd. & Orange Park

Great opportunity for Individual to garage. Fence In Backyard. 2645258. auto. No cash -down low mo. pymts. Minutes away via new'A' 1295.
Call 3580881.
learn the lighting
emergency
-
HOUSE FOR SALE =
business. Full or Part time, com a
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3 Bedr. l'/' }Baths, Kitchen, Living R. 1940 WHITE VAN
missioned territory assignments Carport. Carpet Air, Fence in 4-Cylinder.. 3/4 Ton, Ideal for camper,
leading district sales mgr. position.Get Backyard. 264-5258. 778-2906.
In on the ground floor. For appt

Call 641.3840 aft. 6 p.m.HOMEWORKERS. t 1973 OPAL
r RENTALS
Manta luxus 6,000 miles Excel. AYAV
WILMAR APTS. Cond., No equity take up balance

$25.00 per 100 stuffing & addressing 2BR., Furn., water, sewage & gar. $2900. 264.2265.
envelopes at home In your spare time. bage, parking cars, small children Big Chief Say:
Details 25 cents and stamped, addressed small pets ok. $125. mo., Washer 1971 LINCOLN CONT. MARK III
envelope to V.I.P. $8.00 387.2541 or 387.0144.ORANGE Extra Clean, Personnel car FREE FRONT WHEEL 1I
Specialties, P.O. Box 17375 Call 358-0881. .4 .
Jacksonville, Fla. 32216. PARK ALIGNMENT & STATIC 4
2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dish 72MERCURY I
washer Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth Montego MX 2DR. Sedan, R-H. A-C BALANCE WITH 1
j MISCELLANEOUS'' New tires. Immaculate. $1995. 285
Apts. 771-1405 or 7713355. 6734. PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES
A recorded message by FORRENTORTEGA3Bdrm. 4r'I
SCOTT EDWARDSTells 1972 DODGE VAN
bath house air cond., Stove
2
how to b. Condition
you a 2 Short wheel base, 3-spd. Good -
& refrig. Available for years. St l MakeJhe BIG Difference
DISC JOCKEYCall $1995. 771-7666 anytime. *
725-4200
355-2944 any hour. Approved for FOX REALTY e U '

veterans. Columbia School of MOBILE HOMES J 1971 DODGE VAN
\
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not Long-wheel base 6-cyl., 3-spd., Good
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Condition $1695. 771-7666 anytime. STEEL BELTEDRADIALTIRES

home study. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS Clean modern ''

trailer and apts. 3893007. 1973 BUICK CENTURY
LIVE CRABS 8,000 miles Mint Cond., loaded, going ,
Wilford's Fish Camp COLONY MOBILE HOMES '4 '' -
overseas. 772-0248. FINEST GERMAN
__ 264.9707 Sales 8 Rentals, 9359 103rd St. Call 4
Photostating and notary
TYLERS HEATING & AIR COND. 7710275. QUALITY

Central and wall furnaces, space service. _____
heaters clean & repair. Lake Shore LET YOUR RENT

4711 Palmer, 388.5161. BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT
REQUIRED A 4
DEPOSIT
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER
HOMES

Responsible$7.00 per party month.take Rayfield's up paymentsof 6437 5210 SUMIT Phillips MOBILE Highway,733-9422BRINOTH1SADFOR$100.0PP 155 SR 12 $29.95 4

Wilson Blvd., 7728936.
WE BUY AND SELLGOODUSEDMOBILE 165 SR 13 $32.95

NEW ZIG-ZAG SEWING MACHINEJust HOMES
SR 14 $35.95
out of layaway. Someone to Phone 388-441 175

assume pymts. $68 Cash or $9.20 mo.

Call 3895591. 1072CAMERONDoublewide Buy U. S. Savings Bonds 155 SR 15 $34.95
2BR., 2BA.,
24' X44',
JEANS PROFESSIONALDANCE All other sizes available at
Heated & AC, Washer ft. dryer fully

ACADEMY turn 721-1210. proportionately low prices.
Westconnett at 103rd & Orange Park .

Bellalr Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe&, BSA..Parts..Sales..Servl,c e...BRD, MINI, ,- ESa PLUS F.E.T. OF 1.48 TO 2.45PAU.HO.
Jazz Hula Tahitian, Baton RICK MAN CYC1

Acrobatics. Register Now, 771-2521, ** ,
.. TIRE GUARANTEE
7717783655, Children & Adults.
Guaranteed against road hazards for the life of the original
GEORGE'S KENNELS tread. If tire falls, we will, at our option, repair It free or
Dogs A Cats Boarded replace,charging only for the tread wear on a pro-rata shareof /
1925. the current price plus tax.
Pickup & delivery service since
Grooming, training & shipping. Guaranteed against wear-out for a specific number of miles. If
Visitors welcome. Bankamericard 8. tread wears out In this period we will replace It, Charging for A
Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 near mileage used on a pro-rata share of the current price, plus tax
Cassat Ave. & Edgewood.S0 Commercial vehicles excluded.BIG ).

Edgewood Ct.,119-0064

MODERN PIANO INSTRUCTIONCall i / /

Mr. Anthony CHIEF

_ 737-4065

boatl&ZtraIler. a /
Bass 40 Hrse power Wuwsx2rrl

Mercury and trolling motor. Fully ATLANTIC ___ OPEN 8.6; MOHSATM44Nt .

equipped $1500. 2856734. >RMA OMiVO.nt4m 7MlMMH>ftt.H'Oi *4( lift


COFFEEMUGSPERSONALIZED INSIGNIA Custom 8209ATLANTIC T I ; .' PHONE 725-5811

mugs and steins. All services. FREE L
CATALOG. Military Supply Com BOULEVARD Q

Pany, Box 286, Gainesville, Florida
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... ,........ ... ......... .... ......... .................................. ,........ .......... ........ 0 1974 HONDA XL-350 600 miles New 19-plece, Must 3-piy see to ap
o .:.:.:.:.::.:... .....0.....'..........'.... ..........'.................,..........:......'.'' ":'', ':'' :; '' :: ;: ::: Helmet In COOKWARE.

: MARKET cluded.new construction.Call 772-3021 days 264.9311 preciate. Priced set. below 771-9129 any other
THE Flee-T i ., IJ comparable
eves. ..-.......
A FREE PERSONAL WANT ADSEPVICEfor .......-. MOTOROLA B&W
(Military and Civilian Employees rf NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field 1972 Champion 12x65, 2br, Iba, For Sale excellent: 72 condition. Call
19" tv,
._r_firOwAOSl wr-w.sww-a-fir-wf., and AC, carpet, Ig. living rm-klt Dwyer at 2811 after 5 call 384-
.. 0: Exec. Cond., see to apprec.
I FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM II pymts. $96 mo. bal $3600 make 6762.

(ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) I offer 781-3874 FORD Econollne E200 AC,
.......... 1969
curtains, bed, sink and
,
1 to. I Decor GroupAMFM carpet
CAPRI I 2000cc
1972
l
$1,350or
radio,
) '. Jape player,
Low water,
: I radio radial tires
:: PH 771-3613
1 ? best offer
$2500.00 264-
:':' i. ; I Mileage 24.30 mpg

I '-:., 2842 after 5:00PMSell Will BABY-SIT in my home for

Y'; 9th St.,
II mothers 5029
Trade: United States, working
1 or
Cecil Field Trailer Park 771-3211
INFORMATION BELOW United Nations, Foreign Mint and
I TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED .1 Ext. 822972Va
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. Cancelled Stamps. Early and
modern US type coins. Baby
I
100cc Excellent
I II YAMAHA LS-2
I stroller and food warmer. Call Condition 5,600 miles
I 264-2842 after 5:00pm:
I Name Office or activity to which assigned $375.00 778-0671

Swap Wanted: EMI stationed
I Naval Reserve Center, Riviera For Sale: CONSOLE STEREOwith

II Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I Beach, Fla. desires swap to AM-FM stereo radio. Good
Cond. $100 or best off Phone 771-
EM1
1 I Jacksonville area. Must be
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested ie: Full 3211 Ext 8239
I military or civilian employee personnel assigned tor name (typed or printed)of person submitting ad and I 712-0508evenings( )
NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature grade or rank.rate, office or activity I TORCH
I to which he is assigned and office telephone. This 3br, 2ba, BRICK RANCH 1576 Smith ACY-OXY cutting
I J. Free advertising In the "Flee-T MARKET" information is for authentication only and your ad I Va Regulators, 2 sets hoses 100.00 or
will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housing should be worded independently of this Information. sq.ft. of living space. On acre
I for personal use as a residence;offers to buy or sell I Corner Lot, $42,500 264-6258 trade 778-0671
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to S. Deadline for receipt of advertising: to appear in I
r and from work; announcements of educational -following edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads 1 1953 FORD for sale 283cu.in. Auto French provincial twin FOUR-
courses offered by nonprofit organizations or arriving after that date will be placed: In the POSTER, box-spring, coil
Ads for rentais will be accepted Trans. $800.00 or trade for good
1 governement agencies. following week's edition. Ads will be run only one 1 chests cost $400
words "PCS" (for military), or 772-9276 mattress, two
only If the time, unless submitted as prescribed above. outboard boat. Call
1 "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the 1 Sell $150 Bell & Howell MOVIE

1 Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the. .. No phone calls will be accepted regarding 1 DISHWASHER Kenmore 4cycle SET $150 Call 772-0400
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanies : advertising. The JAX AIR
"Flee-T MARKET"
1 by the word "Free". NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide front loading portable 3 years old Wanted: METAL STORAGE

1 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or'typing services for advertisers. 1 excellent $75.00 264-6437 House, 10x10 or larger. Good
1 "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed 1
264-0080
in each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7. All ads'must be limited to 20 words each. No $1500.00 22 ft. LUGER KIT boat t Condition,Will dismantle
1 will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be 1
1 accepted. 1 and trailer oustandlng buy for Motor CYCLE TRAILER-Holds
forms must be mailed to "Flee-T someone who can finish it 264-
4. Complete ad for two,
equipped
bike
1 MARKET" Editor, co JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, 8. Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a 1 2083 after 5pm one ,
1 NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville: Florida 32212 business or which do not meet the above 1 Lights, Fenders, Excellent
OR requirements will be rejected. The publisher Condition, $50.00 Call 786-8507
1 "Flee-T MARKET" Editor coo AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads 1owssssstart.as.w.awsras..ewt.w' BABY PLAYPEN $10.00 Guitar

1 111. NAS Cecil Field Florida 32215. These forms $5.00 1973 New Standard Encyclopedia 1971 Elcona MOBILE HOME

lo-wrts-wsstae-,...--wwt.aret.snsssti Like new $90.00 Ph. 12x60 2 bedroom Central Air &

Size 12 New White FORMAL CORNER BAR for Rec Room $75 For Sale 73 Pencrest Portable 389.7848 ... Heat $100 and assume payments
GOWN for sale $20.00 Call 771- Torquolse Carpet 12x23$65 Phone DISHWASHER $100.00 Ex. -- BABY 786-2536

kitchen table & Lightweight Portable _____
1653 after 4:30: weekdays anytime 264-7046 Condition 8 pc. n
weekends. chairs $25.00 Hutch $25.00 Call STROLLER and Children'sClothes For Sale: Snappy Gas Saver 1969

Spacious HOME &double lot with after 6pm 771-0135 size 2 & 771-9503 Lotus ELAN 43,000 ml. 25 mpg.

12x60 MOBILE HOME 2 bdrm, attached rental Income apartment Needs some body work $1200
AC, washer, take over payments, Murray Hills $30,000 Call SWAP Wanted: AA or AN with a Black & Decker 1971 Electric Lcdr Merrill, Cecil Ext 116 or

small equity, day 772-2495 night Lcdr Stover 772-3584 or 389-6977 year or more service left. LAWN MOWER, $30., Seth 8293. .....-..

388.1287 .......... Michael Rubley, 459 HumboldtSt. Thomas WALL CLOCK used, battery$20.00 1970 17Vaft.Bonlto TRI-HULL
Gibbs Trailer Park No. 39, powered, never CABIN CRUISER CAMPER. 115

Fallon, Nev. 89406 Phone 771.2069 HP Johnson OB CG Equipped

Tandem Trailer with Power
GUITAR PLAYERS AMBASSADOR V8-4door,
For Sale: Shetland PONY"Ruby" 1966 Wench Asking $1995 Phone 772-
Gentle for small child radio &. heater, Automatic 2184 7710759CAR
or
STUDIO $100.00 with saddle & bridle, transmission. Runs Excellent.
Will sacrifice. For $375 or best
$175.00 Ext. 2379 POOL Ride or Riders
., offer. Call Charlotte at 249-4147 or
Normandy Village to NAS Bldg.
:, GUITARS 772.2914
9 27 (NX) area. Work hours 0900-
*K AMPLIFIERS Assume Payments: 1973
1730 Mon-Frl Brian 772.2184 or
e INSTRUCTION PLYMOUTH FURY III, 13,000 GO-CART size
-fc Wanted: any any 781.3774
I SeIes-Repalrs-Rentals mifes5,000left en warranty; 4DR condition, Call H.Hawklnson 772-
Music&Accessories A HT. PS, PB, $136.00 per mos. 772- 2707 or 771.3068 1967 NEWPORT CUSTOM
2379 Lucas
4drPBPSACBelted tires, Good
CLOSED WEDNESDAYS AND SUNDAYS
m Wanted: Remington SHOTGUN, Car Pool Car. $375.00 PH 781.1714

5525 LENOX AVENUE PHONE 781-1080 Found-DOG-Male German preferably a model 1100. Any or Ext. 2408, Hynes

:__ .__-.# : (Across from Pizza Inn at Normandy Mall) Shepherd Collie mired On board guage reasonable call 772-3467 or
Still
NAS Jax. Call 778-0558 to identify. evenings 771.8075 1973 PORSCHE 911 T-5

.......... Under Factory Warranty. Must
Sell 264-6868
Free GENEALOGY COURSE
15'x10' Coleco POOL& Filter, HD
offered to public by Jacksonville
Cover $125.00 Washing machine 1968 DODGE CHARGER 318,
9
Genealogical Society. Begins
$25.00 772-3129" or 387.1247RIDE vynal top, PSPB New G 70 tires
February at Murray Hill
$975.00 Calf Msgt Withrow
Asking
Library, taught by certified
FASHION genealogistFor 757-1360 Mon through Frl 0730 to

i OR RIDER Wanted: to 1615 hrs.

Atlanta roundtrip, Washington's
CAREERLike Birthday, leaving Jacksonville Sale: 1973 FORD LTD 17>/a, FT TRAVEL TRAILER

February 15 evening returning Country Squire Brougham. Fully self contained. Custom

February 18 evening, will share Completely loaded. 10,000 ml. made. Sleeps Six $1500 264-2083

to own a dress shop? expenses: 771-5977 evenings. Listed at $7100. Sell for $4500. after 5PM
Perfect Condition. PH 384.1984

Sale-.Various: CPO UNIFORM

All Name Brand Ladies Wear Items; Contemp. chlna-cabinet

Factory fresh Latest Styles ($25.00)) 8 PC. DINETTE SET

Savings up to 50 Percent d1neue 1QI)1 ($50.00)) All Excel. Cond After

I- 6PM weekdays, anytime

*'Complete Complete Inventory Redwood Fixtures of Ladies Wear :M )tii (l!Onony!} i nU5e weekends 264-6198

*Complete Training Program 1967 HARLEY-DAVIDSON, Good

Visit our Stores, Talk to our Owners HAS MOVED FROM ROOSEVELT MALL TO Condition 74 Inspection sticker

Very high Earnings 609 WALNUT STREET, GREEN COVE SPRINGS Call after 1600 $135.00 771-0859


.,1t Investment$8950. Other Choice PHONE 264.3807 or 284.5050 Willys JEEP 1956, Excellent

Areas Nationwide. Call 904.387.2163 OUR LOW OVERHEAD WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ON Condition Chasls only, Frame has

Fine Traditional Reproductions, Upholstered Furniture;. been sandblasted and primed,
Rebuilt OHV engine, many new
.
.It. AND ON CATALOG SALES
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--JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 17


I Want to save gas ? 1- :



The need to conserve gasolineis hold your car in place on a hill. R
fact of life these days. Guard.
a When
you stop the car,do not "
ing against its waste is often a idle the engine for more than a _

matter of simply knowing how. minute. If you are waiting for __.
The General Services Administration someone, turn off the engine. It e'y?
because of its responsibility takes less gasoline to restart the
for operating over car than it does to idle it.
60,000 Government vehicles, You can also conserve gasoline
studies ways to conserve by properly maintaining your car:
gasoline. It has found that certain Use the proper grade of engine J/ IJ

driving techniques, maintenance oil recommended by your car
procedures and car-use practices manufacturer. Lubricants that ,

help stretch mileage. Here are are too thin may cause damage; ..... f
some tips: those that are too thick require 4 ,
Reduce your speed. On the more power and that means more 1___,I Jr
highway, use the speed that gives gasoline. ,
the greatest gas + -ttidrnur K, fua
you economy.
Check tire pressures at least
This varies among models but
monthly. Underinflated tires ,
put
usually occurs between 50 and 60
an extra drag on the engine, requiring -
miles per hour. Gas consumption
it to use more gasoline.
generally increases significantlyabove
50 mph. Remove bugs and foreign
Drive smoothly with gentle matter from your radiator and 4

starts and stops. Sudden bursts of air-conditioner to prevent over-
heating which also
speed in fast getaways and jerky wastes
lane changes require the engineto gasoline. .

use extra gas. Plan ahead for Keep your car engine tuned : ,.
red lights, stop signs andboggeddown according to the specificationsgiven _t 4 '"
traffic. in your owner's manual to

Press the accelerator down assure maximum gasoline FLYING DOCTOR-Cdr. Allen J. Adeeb (Left) receives a "500 Hour Award" from Cdr. Orville G.
only as far as is necessary to reacha mileage Elliott, CVWR-20 CO, on behalf of the McDonald.Douglas Corp. A physician in civilian life, Cdr.
You will also
conserve gasolineif
normal speed. Quickly pressingit Adeeb has flown 500 hours In the A-4 "Skyhawk"during drill weekends and ACDUTRA.
to the floor puts an excessive you:
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amount of gasoline into the en
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tank of gasoline. This will prevent has the finest personnel available. Nominations for the Hometown
grades.Do not pump the acceleratoror wasteful overflow, allowing room re-emphasized the need for "NAVAIRLANT personnelwho Recruiting program should be
race the engine when your car for fuel expansion. "hometown recruiters" to aid the return to their hometown or submitted in accordance with
is not in motion. It wastes Travel during off-peak traffic Navy's recruiting program. college campus and relate per COMNAVAIRLANTNOTE 5700
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rather than the accelerator to routes with a minimum numberof NAVAIRLANT, "In an all peers upgrade credibility in For further information, see
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I r Ford cites 91st anniversary of Civil Service I fJax

-r
-The following are Underlying every remark I will security and routine.To When the Nation was confronted purposes, Government action
remarks made by Vice President make are two words: Thank you. me,civil service has a much with the energy crisis, a with private followup has effectively -
Gerald R. Ford on the 91st anniversary I am convinced that one of the higher meaning.It new Government agency had to clamped the lid on
of the Federal Civil best ideas the people of America is a work environment for be created almost overnight. aircraft highjacking in the United

Service: ........................ have ever expressed, and one of which top notch people are Drawing on the expertise and States. What was the secret?
In twenty-five years of servicein the best acts ever to come out of selected on the basis of ability. A competence already available in Expertise already in Govern-
Washington, this is my first the Congress, was the creation ofa place where the product of one's the civil service, the Federal ment, and rapid, excellent
opportunity to address the employees career civil service back in hands is more important than the Energy Office was in business recruiting at a time when Sky
of the Civil Service 1883.I color of one's hands. A place within two weeks. Marshals were our need.
Commission. I hope it won't be believe a strong career service where the work itself takes In August of 1971 President These are the kinds of "mission
the last, for I am very interestedin is one of the greatest precedence over the sex of the Nixon decided to take quick impossible" that never get into
what you are doing and in how strengths of our democratic person doing it. A place where action to curb runaway inflation. prime time on television. They
well you are doing it. process, and one of the best service to the people transcends The Office of Emergency become mission possible becausewe
I congratulate you on your 91st guarantees of sound, effective, party labels. A place where the Preparedness had to have an have competent people in the
birthday, and I add my very and efficient government even word "service" means exactly explosive mobilization. Fifteen civil service who can hit the
sincere compliments to those who more so in 1974 than in 1883. what it says. minutes after the President ground running.To .
will be honored here today, for It is unfortunate that the term To me, an old Navy veteran, announced the price freeze, me civil service means
their achievements and for their "civil service" often conjures up civil service also means a taut George Lincoln had the OEP tremendous knowledge and a
service. the very opposite of what I am ship steaming on a steady course. regional directors on a con great depth of understanding on
For me this is an opportunity to talking about, for in this Whatever squalls and heavy ference telephone call. the part of career people who
speak to every man and womanin enlightened world there are some swells may come, the ship rides "Tomorrow morning," he told have devoted their lives to
the career civil service. who still equate civil service with steady and true. them "you will move out of your government. You can take
offices and open up in the biggest almost any type of legislationthat
city in your region. GSA will comes before the Congress,
provide space, and the Civil and I can give you an example of
Service Commission will give you how the knowledge of career

CHECK THESE CARS WITH YOUR personnel from other agencies. people has provided inf9rmation
You'll, be ready for business that made a given bill an even
Monday morning." better law.
CREDIT UNION Within 60 hours OEP was To me, from my new vantage
operational in 10 regional offices. point in the Executive branch of
Within a week the network was government, civil service meansa
.AND THEN CHECK OUR PRICES expanded to include 360 IRS solid foundation of competence
offices and 2,800 offices of the assuring that the mandate the

If you're looking for ECONOMY you'll find it here: Agricultural Stabilization and voters have given the political
Conservation Service. This leadership will be carried out.
meant better service to citizens These are some pretty
mam SUPER ECONOM! mmwmmmmsm
outside major cities. generous words I have been usingto
More than a decade ago, the portray and praise the civil
73 PINTO 71 DATSUN'$10' 71 PINTO
United States was challenged to service: competence ... stead
4-speed, AC, vinyl top, low 4-door, 4-speed, AC. speed, AC.
the before
put a man on moon fastness ... knowledge ...
mileage. 71 MUSTANG 1970-a task that strained science dependability.. responsiveness.Yet .
TWO 72 VEGA GT's 71 TOYOTA COROLLA V-S, AT, AC. and technology to their outermost each one is deliberately
One with AC, one without. door, 4-speed, AC. limits. It was done through a chosen, and equally well
productive joint effort of deserved.The .
72 TOYOTA COROLLA TWO' 71 TOYOTA CORONA'S 70 MUSTANG Government and industry ... and people, the Congress, and
2-door sedan, AT, AC. One door, One 4-door, AT V-8, AT, AC. one of the men in charge, Robert the Presidency under Chester

72 MUSTANG AC on both 71 MAVERICK Gilruth, had this to say: Alan Arthur can claim credit for
V-8, AT, AC. door, AT, AC. "Nowhere but in the Federal starting a career civil service,
. service could we have found the and for a great deal of care and
quality and quantity of talent attention in seeing to it that the
COMPACT ECONOM required to carry out a mission of concept of a merit system of
this size." public employment became more
73 PINTO SQUIRE 72 PINTO 71 OPEL '100' Or take the problem of high- than just a concept; that it
Station Wagon, speed, Station Wagon, 4-speed, Station Wagon, 4-speed, jackings. Of course, we might became a living, breathing,
AC. AC. AC. have one tomorrow you never producing arm of good govern
72 DATSUN 71 DATSUN 70 TOYOTA know. But to all intents and ment.

Station Wagon, AT, AC. Wagon, speed,
Station Action
,
Wagon 4-speed, \
72 PINTO AC. 68 OPEL STOREWIDEJAN.
Station Wagon, AT. Station Wagonspeed..
""" ...... . m s mmmmmmi

.= um ECONOM Y PLUS! .
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73 CHEVY NOVA 71 ROADRUNNER 70 DUSTER
V-8, AT, AC. V-8, AT, AC. V-8, AT, PS, Sharp I

71 VENTURA II 71 OPEL 70 MAVERICK GRABER '
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31 FEB. 9
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AT, AC, Low, Low miles! AT, AC. speed, AC.

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73 CHEVY CHEYENNE 72 TOYOTA HI-LUX 71 DATSUN "1600" DI-i! S ,
% ton Pickup. V-8, AT, AC. Pickup, 4-speed, R&H. Pick-up, speed, R&H. J
73 FORD RANGER 68 CHEVY 68 FORD :
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COME HOME .







NAVAL AIR REWORK i




FACILITY EMPLOYEESExecutive






... 1
Order 11491 guarantees each Federal Employee the right, freely, and ,;'. \;; )
without fear of penalty or reprisal, to form, join, and assist a Labor Union of his- ','
her choice and each employee shall be protected In the exercise of this right. On
'
December 17, 1970, the employees of NARF exercised this right. This same .; '.
Executive Order guarantees you the right to make another determination if you '
desire a change In the representation you are now receiving. t '


On December 17, 1970, the NARF Wage Grade Employees left the Labor
Movement in America as there is only one labor movement, and that is the .
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organization (AFL-
CIO). The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers p
,
(IAM) Is the only true Labor Union for NARF Wage Grade Employees. We, the

lAM, Invite you to come home. Come back to the working people's Union in .j', .

America. '..'
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Let's look at what you lost on that fateful day in December 1970. You lost your I : .' ,
."
. .,. I' right to have a workweek of Monday through Friday In the Production Areas, '. ''
you lost your right to be repromoted automatically by seniority In the event you ...... .... :;. ':' .
were unfortunate to be caught In R.I.F., you lost your right to guaranteed equal <"'J S
'I overtime distribution, and you lost your right to have a fair and equitable '; ij
promotion policy. As several employees told you, the organization presently
representing you literally, "GUTTED" the contract you previously worked
under. The lAM says "COME HOME", we may gain for you the benefits you
enjoyed before,plus many more now permitted by E.0.11491,as amended.
r

Many, many hundreds of NARF employees have already signed authorization ",
cards, stating they want another election. You are invited to "COME HOME" by :.' ,
", signing the card reprinted below. This card will be used to furnish proof to the i ." p.
Labor Department that you want another secret election. This card will not be 1 : '

: turned over to the other organization,nor to management officials,and under the '
law,the Labor Department is required to keep these cards confidential.

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FILL OUT THE INFORMATION BELOW TODAY:
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.. : YES, I.I WANT THE ,1AM I

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I,the undersigned,an emp'loyee of I

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I hereby authorize the International Asoclatlon of Machinists and Aerospace
...S Workers (IAM) to act as my collective bargaining agent with the company for I "
wages,hours and working conditions. It Is my understanding that I will be In- I "'.
1 vlted to |loin the I AM. I (
DATE I
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NOTE- This authorization to be SIGNED and DATED In EMPLOYEE'S OWN I
1 HANDWRITING. YOUR RIGHT TO SIGN THIS CARD IS PROTECTED BY I
FEDERAL LAW. rI

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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER

20Hamerter ,.. .. .. N' league
Dragons still scorching I

basketball ::
I Summers with 13 and Ralph
for VP-56 were
double figures
standings continued Jax-The to VP-56 scorch Dragons their Jack Summers with 17, Ralph Calloway with 12.with 23 Ralph
J leads way Basketball League Calloway with 16 and Ed Sullivar John Brinson ,
American Dorsey with 14 and Denny Dellwo
AMERICAN LEAGUE opponents last week as they with 12.James. Gilley with 20 and Bit: with 10 were VP-45's, top scorers.
for HS-15 W L racked up three more wins and Seeming to get stronger as the
high foi:
their unbeaten streak to 1G Aaron with 14 were
ran
VP-56 10 0 week progressed, the Dragons
NATTC.
12 1 straight. crushed 679th 114-66 for their
HS-11
the
scored 43 The Pelicans of VP-45 were
JaxLevie Hamerter Rawlins' 24 points was
NDRC :'' 8 3 Larry third victory of the week.
the
points to give him just over hall HS-15 ,8 3 high for the Dragons in their 98-57 next team devoured by Rawlins broke loose for 43
of his team's final total in HS-'I- .. AIMD ', 7 5 win over NATTC. Also scoring in Dragons as they and fell Rawlins by an 89-71 both points to lead the way to their
NDRC last wets in score. Sullivan
83-65 win over 679th .. 6. 7 barrier in this 10th straight victory while Terry
Basketball League. ; broke the 20 point
American *
the Ops
7 stops Sullivan 12,
Hamerter's totals in IIS-15's HS-1 5 game as Sullivan scored 23 and Brown scored 22,
4 5 and Summers
10
VP-45 Wallace Irving
last week Rawlins 20. They received
first win of two wins 7
complemented by Chris NATTC 4 VP-5 stringJaxAir support from teammates Jack 11.
were HOSPITAL 3 9 679th had three men in double
Cole's 20 points and gave the paira *'. 1' 11 shows scored 20
shy ofNDRC's FAPL Ops won two gamesin AIMD figures as Joe Evans ,
total that was just MPO 1 11 the National Basketball Mark Klenke 16 and Dennis

Ike Oliver final total.and Bruce NATIONAL LEAGUEW League last week and put a halt profit for weekJaxAIMD Carignan 14.

Dauer led NDRC's efforts with'21 L to VP-5's nine game winning.
and 15 points, respectively. VP-5 9 1 streak in the process. went into last HS-7 now tied
AIR OPS 8 3 VP-5 led Air Ops 44-39 at week's American Basketball
Hamerter's and Cole's totals 3 of their contest but Ops
HS-7 7 halftime .League action with a balanced 5-5
were held down in HS-15's 9168win FASO 7 3 came back for a 97-90 win on the record but after the week was for third place

over HS-1 but Hamerter did MARINE BKS 6 3 strength of John Fruge's and JimRhodes' over their win column was decision
manage 28 while Cole got 12. Rod 5 4 second half efforts. Jax-HS-7 won an 85-79
of two.
HAWKS showing a profit National
the
in
Hawks
Bunch took up the slack for HS-15 4 5 Fruge scored 15 of his 17 and over the
a
VW-4 Their first win came against last week to
Basketball League
with his 16 points. MEDICAL 3 7 Rhodes 10 of his 15 in the second determined Fleet Air Photo Lab put themselves in a tie for third

Jerry Davis claimed high point MARTD 3 8 half.Both had to (FAPL) team but AIMD's place with FASO.
honors for HS-1 with his 30 points HC-2 1 8 Fruge and Rhodes strength won out in the end 66-52. Tom Wandishin's 30 points,
and Ed Brewly dropped in 13. NARJAX 1 9 take a back seat to teammate Beaver Spencer and Kevin David Clark's 24, Mel Harvin's 11
m
when
Pope
Garry Pope,however, Gordon shared high scoring and John Croake's 10 led HS-7 to a
scored 54 points for the highest with 16 each.
honors for AIMD six win after the Hawks
close wins individual total of the year. Alfonzo Fletcher and Dave point 43-43 tie at halftime -
held them to a
FASO's two Pope's totals included a 12 for 14 London added 12 points each to .

MAR TD performance at the free throw the winning effort. The Hawks efforts were led by

come against line.Brady Bearden of VP-5 tried to I FAPL claimed the two highes l Lynn Klein with 24, Joe Ruggierowith
in the when Jerry
scorers game 19 and Rester Bryan with 19.
Jax-FASO had two games in MARTD's top scorers were keep up with Pope but fell short. Reynolds and Vince Jakucenis
the National Basketball League Paul Tuggey with 22 and James even though he scored 43 points.VP5's scored 18 each. Bill Degnen
last week, both were against Pugh with 19. two other double figure contributed 14. Foxes win one
MARTD and both were close, but In their second contest against scorers were Jeff Bradt with 14 AIMD's second win was
FASO added two wins to their MARTD, FASO jumped out to a and Vic Slider with 13. achieved mainly at the free throw loss
before Ops
record. 13 point lead at halftime but had Air Ops other win of the week line when both they and Hospital
The closeness of the first win by to hold the Marines off came in a low scoring 49-38 scored 32 field goals but AIMD hit
indicated by the at the end to escape with a 60-57 of NarJax. to win
FASO,73-68,was conquest nine of 18 free throws Jax-Before having their
fact that both teams had a total of win. John Fruge was Air Ops leaderin Hospital's two of seven. streak brought to a halt by Air
29 field goals. FASO claimed the Don Johnson with 27, Jim this game when he scored 19 Kevin Gordon and Beaver Ops last week, the Mad Foxes of
win with their 15 for 31 showing at Zukewich with 16 and Will Martin first half points to help his teamto Spencer again led AIMD as VP-5 made it nine in a row withan
the free throw line when MARTD with 10 were FASO's scoring a 25-15 lead at halftime. Fruge Gordon scored 23 and Spencer 22. 87-69 win over the Marine
could only manage 10 of 26. leaders. finished the game with 25 points. Dave London added 17. Barracks.
FASO had four men in double Ken Tharp was high for NarJax Hospital's attempt to knock off Brady Bearden was held well
figures with Will Martin scoring Jackie Hunt with 23 and James with 13.HS11. AIMD was led by John below his usual total but still
20, Jim Zukewtch 17, Billy Pugh with 12 were high for Whitehurst with 22, Charles managed 24 points while Rich
Holmes 14 and Bob Smartchan 12. MARTD wins 12th Joseph with 13 and Walt Johnson Herrington scored 15, Jay

their 12th with 10.HC2. Buchanan 13 and Ron Dusa 12.
Jax-HS-11 picked up
scored 20,
Gene Stiggers
win of the year with an 83-57 win
succeeds Brooks 18 and Allen
over 679th last week in the Grayln
SP1AKE4SYBURLESK American Basketball League.Art Mitchell 12 for the Marine

Patterson and Mort McCarthy after eight games Barracks.
let everyone else do most

of the first half scoring but they Jax-HC-2 won its first game Medical wins third
TOPLESS. took over in the second half. after eight unsuccessful tries last
Patterson scored 13 of his 20 in week in the National Basketball Jax--Medical handed the
Bartenders,Waitresses the second half and McCarthy when they dropped Marine Barracks their second
DANCERS: 11AM-2AM scored 15 of his 19 in the second League NarJax 5736. loss of last week and third of the

5916 Philips Highway 733-9989 half. Livio Capilla and Bill Ed Clune showed the way to National Basketball League
Hoffman scored 12 each for HS- victory with his 24 points while season when Lawrence Streeter
and scored 22, Floyd Small scored 19
ll's winning cause. Joe Fulbright added 13
+ Jeff Hergenroether with 16 and James Mader 10. and A.A.Grant 19 on the way to a

r Bill Hayman with 12 were 679th's David Loria had 12 and Larry 72-67 win.Medical.
scoring leaders. Place 10 for NarJax. only led 37-36 at
halftime when Fred Singer
.: scored 15 of his 20 points in the

first half.
'. Also scoring in double figuresfor

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST IN... the Marines were Grayln
Brooks with 16, DeWitt Yar-
borough with 13 and Gene

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Ii Lake Talquin fishing has old timers shaking heads .



P;. Jax--Old timers are and driving the bait fish to frequently during the Lake Talquin-good at probably be a new bunchof

? shaking their heads in the surface. drawdown. Anglers who most any time-is now old timers shaking their

disbelief over the current Rousseau said that fish the schooling bass are even better than ever with heads when they

upsurge of fishing action in fishermen should also hitting stripers with the fish more restrictedand remember Lake Talquinand

Lake Talquin. The lake, some distance from stop the regularity. hungry due to the the fabulous fishing of-
"
located between is early 1974.
action and paddle into drawdown. Talquin
Tallahassee and Quincyand THE fishing hot
probably
almost in the shadowof casting distance. Cast into F.G. 'Jerry" Banks,
in Florida today. smallComplete
or
bass-renowned Lake the center of the action and assistant fisheries chief, spot No Job

is producing work the lure with sweepsof pointed out that bass and Tree

Jackson consistent, limit strings of the rod and moderate stripers are not the only According to Woods, the Surgeon Work

Florida bass. reeling. Most strikes come target for anglers and, water level is scheduled to !

big The big lake, on the fast and anglers should be while the crappie is start rising in early FREE Firewood ESTIMATES

Ochlackonee River, is alert.A probably the most February with completionof Land Clearing

fish the likes of bonus for the bass neglected species in the maintenance CALL 355-9037
producing fisherman is the striped those fishermenin however fishing
old timers like Talquin, project; Licensed and Insured
which some bass. Introduced to the know are having a should continue the

to recollect, whether from Talquin about five years ball racking up limit present torrid pace AMERICAN TREESDavid

memory or imagination old days, ago, stripers up to 16 strings of the popular through May. (RoyMikeZarraroUSN Ret.)
what the good pounds are being taken speckled perch. Woods said, "There will

were.. -- like.
The basis for the improved -

fishing is the

lowering of the lake level

some 10 feet for main- (DROP FREE

tenance of the Jackson

Bluff dam. The results of f

the drawdown is a scene !
O'BRIEN SKI
that is unnerving and I ANCHOR .

Talquin appears to be

everything but a suc- For a limited time only you can,Iryen ,,
O'Brien ski lor I whole day
cessful fishing lake. 1' absolutely lr em. Try the ski thai
SeQ1Craft has made champions out of more
r.SILVERLINE
stumpstuddedexpanses
Vast .
than any other ski on the
of mud flats, But be forewarned skiIng
an O'Brian' Is habit formingOBIUEN .
separated only by the river

bed of the Ochlockonee I I __ '

River, is about all that is uSt .3

left waters of the of Lake now shrunken Talquin.But I" -: = J --- H ,

drive engines/Bow
Ch..lbo..d or stern
it is these mud-banked cushions: and bock rests of glove-soft vinyl over foam If all\ things are equal I in load, length, -fd
channels and flats that with removable bait wells Bow storage/Center power and seas, we believe' no other : USA
have been producing the floor storage compartment / Side' storage racks / boat can catch or match a Sea Craft. Any Everyone looks to O'Brien for the new direction inwater
;;.! windshield/ recliner and this the O'Brien gives them'h..dwo"
Walk'thru tinted glass position is SeaCraft's hull design 'skiing is year
catches of bass. boat. The reason I line of hand
for A
bragging seatsStern seatsChrome running lights and deck what they're looking totally new
0 Sea era Its run with less wetted surface hand tuned skis that are the quickest, most*
John and pads finished
According to /Bow rout' /1.0' step strips ,
and have more efficient of water skiing A new
steeringEasy' grip" Rally Wheel' thus less drag responsive ski lln the!history
Woods, fisheries chief of r.i. Horn/Hydro-Glide lockable glove box'Built ,in fuel system with hydro-dynamic lift to give you a more dynamic shape. both top and bottom. Years ski that of
the Game and Fresh Binnacle curtain/Vinyl I transom ride and sensational performance testing have resulted in a revolutionary new'
gauge flotation foam/ stable, soft dry combines the knowledge of all the years O Bnen has
Water Fish Commission, g curtain outboard only I Full instrumentation' ( at all speeds dominated the competitive field of water skiing The
I I lever control I Beverage I locker in en
thpl..ake Talauin Bass are Deluxe I single new O'Brien competition ski is here
.. Battery box
nine box Bilge pump
some T theiinest he has 4

seen in more than 20 yearsof L YA i

fisheries work. Aroundthe ..

and landings, i iis it THE WORLD
camps J
i )
common to hear of, or 1AfY T OLDEST AND [/rfJ-line
eoa DIAC
actually see, limit strings I LARGESTMAKER

weighing 45 to 50 pounds or JET OF '

more. to BOAT ., / Wh,".,h.......a.............h..... ".A...".,,;.. ,.,,, '
ticket a
The session practically I YMt.d."';:."I.....AI.............."'.:..1 INFLATABLE: .
sure-fire ""'C'
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according to Fish ..., '. .
i 18.gallon aluminum fuel tank, Center or twin consoles
-' -+
Management Specialist 1 k vloprd) for the sang ,n pilot seats (swivel type), (ice chest seat with
Robert Rousseau, is to fish "'u.o'h, Wntd fco.lurtt. boa'I I ), tinted windshields I ( ). safety handrails
hull thai it the lone tt kt ,rod
watchfor 'V ,bow rail,mechanical steering storage
and
early and late bottom In/M.world II"alto widely accepted at family ItttI rocks, full flotation navigation lights, self-boiling
AHr
flocks of terns or gulls I. tki boot du*la tnl'O room thit diiign xody providtt for torn ttnout cockpit, full inner hull liner non.skid surface on cock.
and ore
< I hat Kad its fun you
fish. Thisis family and youll haw thaitpotty sole platform.PERFORMANCE .
feeding over bait running, rvmovt tht ngm torn pit costing .
65 hp/33 r
look for,0n9 : SO hp/28-30 mph
that 3OO
the signal FROM
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VC-2 37-27
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VA-174 No. 1 33-31
NAMTD No. 1 31-29 Bayanihan Club of

: VA-4562 Dakin scored 22 as the Gun- Guy Hutchinson of VA-174 went Security 27-37 Jacksonville will hold a free
J VA17447The slingers overcame a 2nd goal undefeated to win the V A-81 20-28 prevalentine B-B-Q picnic at
Green Machine continuesto deficit in the 4th quarter to nip TACAIRLANT TOURNAMENT.John Lake Newman, Cecil Field on
roll. After blowing a comfortable VA-12 by one. Castor also of VA-174 came High individual game by Paul February 10, 1974 commencing at
12 point lead in the third VA-83 65Operations into the finals the hard way, thru Smith of NAMTD No. 1.221. 1200. Members and their guestsare
quarter VA-45 applied the :34 the losers bracket,having to beat High individual series by Angel cordially invited, in fact,
pressure and won going away. An easy win for the Ram- l his way thru six opponents. David of Supply 590 encouraged to attend. This is
Garrett and Murray tallied 20 pagers. Slade led all scorers with Before bowing to Hutchinson in High team game rolled by another way of this local Filipino
and 18 for VA-45. Elsen had 18 fort 20. the finals. Castor and Hutchinsonthen NAMTD No.1. 977. Club of expressing its gratitude to

::1 VA-174. VA-83 61 joined forces to beat four High team series rolled by all its supportors.
VA-3764 VA-72 51Fulton other teams and cop the doubles NAMTD No.1. 2,693.Terry The Baynihan will hold its
Marines 57 scored all 9 of his pointsin title for the "Hell razors". The annual Sweethearts' Night on
The Marines grabbed the bull the 4th quarter to break open a top four players from this r PJ Ir ++ February 16, 1974 at the Most
by the horns and lost. Robinson's close game.Sullivan of VA-72 led tournament are now competing in Holy Redeemer's Social Hall,
l 19 points plus Mott's 15 and all scorers by 23. Kloeppel led the CINCLANTFLT CHAM- Normandy Boulevard.Again,our
Wither's 14 proved too much for VA-83 with 15 for the Rampagers3rd PIONSHIPS at NS Norfolk. invitation is extended to all.
the Marines who absorbed their straight win. BOWLING AMERICAN
fist loss of the year. Boutin had 19 VA-72 65 L
for the Marines. NAMTD51Koon Team Standings W L Are youa
VA-83 71 bombed in 28 points and VA-174 41 15
FASO 49VA3 Sullivan 17 for a VA-72 win. Air Ops 38 14
Shade's 21 plus balanced NAMTD continues to run hot and VA-37 No. l 34 14 member ?
scoring from everyone else was cold. Turned cold in the 4th VA-82 36 16
enough to offset FASO's quarter and Koon turned hot VS-24 No. 1 28 20
Stecklairs 24 points for a convincing scoring 10 points in the final Medical I 28 20 Everyone should join the I Care
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AMD 67 SOFTBALL VS-30 No. 1 28 24 about starvation, over
VS-31 56 Softball officials are VS-24 No.2 21 23 population, pollution, man's
AMD'S Whidden scored 32 desperately needed for the forth VS-30 No. 2 26 30 inhumanity to man and if
points, 15 in the 2nd Stanza as coming season. Amyone interested VA-105 16 32 they are interested in being partof
AMD handled VS-31 rather contact the station gymat VS-31 No.2 13 31 the solution rather than being
easily. Camic tallied 16 for VS-31. ext. 497 or 498.RACKETBALL. VS-31 No. 13 35 part of the pollution.
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Thomas of VA-82 rolled a 234- problem.To mention a few of our

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I I Bill Greenwalt's 632 series tops NAS bowlers I IJax


Bill Greenwalt of Other .L
the Gutter Rats team in action that results from team, the Pin Busters took up with the most 200 took three from the Mad
National occurred in three from the Rebels, HC2 games when Digno Sabio Foxes No. 3 team,
the Bowling the
intramural '
leagues took three from the rolled a 221, Manuel PSSSSST took three from
topped all the last
League week are as follows: WallBangers and the Millette rolled a 201 and the Red Barons, the Busch
other keglers in the five
Lionhearts won a total of Felix Garcia a 203. One Leaguers took three
NAS leagues last week
NATIONAL LEAGUEThe six when they took three Bunch got two 594 sets, one from the Texaco Stars and
he singed the
when alleys Marine Barracks from the Splitmakers and from Art Barbera with a the Sea Kings split with the
with a 632 series that included took all four from the three from Solex 5. 214 as high and one from Hurricanes.

a 239 game and a Rotor Heads, the Gutter The Pin Busters and Richard Nicholson with a James Ammon's 214 for

235...game........................ Rats swept the Solex 5L Rebel::: match produced a high of 227. HC-2 got a 202 the Late Chargers was
.........,............... ... .. .
.w. '
.w"' "'::<<<*'<:":"':<<:><:,:'''':<''';<'''':,:,:,:>:::::: '' host of big games when from Manuel Cuevas and high for the league and Bill

Vince Odenbrett rolled a VP-45 was the recipient of Ballard rolled the only

L BOWLING STANDINGS w':1 235, Bob Aleshire a 220 and a 213 from Leo Fazzi. other 200 in the league

Glenn Wallace a 207 for the ATLANTIC LEAGUE with his 203 for the
Pin Busters and Rich Hurricanes.
The VP-45 CPOs left the
PACIFIC LEAGUE HELP 5 3 Beam rolled a 213 and Jim CONTINENTAL
Seahorses winless while
g L0 L0ROSE'S RAIDER's 4 4 Cruthirds a 203 for the LEAGUEThe
SPLITMAKERS No.1 5 4 the Bailers allowed the
4 Rebels. Other 200s in the
ADCOPS 8 0 DOG'S 2 6 Seahorses one win and the Zeros won the rightto
ONE BUNCH 8 0 SCREWBALLS 2 6 league were rolled by Tom Mad Foxes then swept the retain their name when
PELICANS 3 5 WOMEN'S LIB 3 George with a 200 for the
1 Bailers. AFEES left the the GEMS left them with
HIGH LIFERS 3 5 ZEROS 8 Solex 5 team and Richard
0
5 Sparks winless, Six Pack zero wins, FICEUR 5 took
TRIPPERS
3 AMERICAN LEAGUE Wiley with a 209 for the
BUSCH BUDS 2 6 took three from the Dirt three from Rose's
W LCPOs Lionhearts.
FASO 2 8 6BUSCH LEAGUERS 7 1 Balls and the Controllerstook Raiders, the Thunderboltstook
2 PACIFIC LEAGUEOne three from NarJax. three from Help, the
MAD FOXES No.2 1 7 HURRICANES : Bunch took all four George Humbert rolleda Gaffers took three from

ATLANTIC LEAGUE LATE CHARGERS 5 3 from HC2ADCOPshutoutthe 225 and a 581 set for Six the Docs and the

W L TEXACO PSSSST STARS 4th 3th 41hCPOs Mad Fox No. 2 team, Pack, Marvin Backus Screwballs split with the

MAD FOXES No.1 8 0 MARINE BKS No.2 3 3Y.a 5 the Splitmakers left the rolled a 201 for the VP-45 Wreckers.The .
7 5 RED BARONS 2 6 High Lifers high and dry CPOs and Basil Tudor GEMS got a 211

SIX BALLERS PACKS 6 6 10 2 SEA KINGS 2 6 with no wins, the NarJax rolled a 205 for the from Stan Wilson and a 222

NARJAX 5' 3 MAD FOXES No.3 1 7 CPOs split with FASO and Seahorses. from Len Crowder while

DIRT BALLS 5 3 NATIONAL LEAGUE the VP-45 Pelicans took AMERICAN LEAGUEThe Geoffrey Bayers rolled
W I L
CONTROLLERS 4 4 LlONHEARTS 9 3 three from the Busch Late Chargers took 205 for the Gaffers and
AFEES 4 4 GUTTER RATS 7 1 Buds. all they could against the Charles Officer rolled a 204
SEA HORSES 3 9 PIN BUSTERS 7 1 The Splitmakers came Marine Barracks, NFO for the Thunderbolts.
0 8
SPARKS MARINE BKS 5 3
CONTINENTAL LEAGUE SOLEXS 5 7
W L HC-2No.l 4 4
GEMS 4 0 REBELS 3 5
GAFFERS 7 1 ROTOR HEADS 2 6
THUNDERBOLTS 6 2 WAIJ.BANGERS 1 7 / :; :
WRECKERS Y 3 SPLITMAKERS No.2 1L 7. ; .

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TENNIS MEETING NEXT WEEK ..
Jax-An 'organizational meeting for the upcoming', : THE

intramural tennis season is slated for Wednesday,

February 13, at 9:30: a.m. in the NAS Athletic Office .J
(Bldg. 563)). All units or commands that plan on having WHOLEOUTDOORS
in the should have a
teams competing program

representative at this meeting.,

ENLISTED RECREATION MEETING SETJaxThe I Iii
Enlisted Recreation Committee of 'qqj

the Composite Recreation Fund is scheduled to meet at

1:30: p.m., February 14, in the Special Services Con
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alternate members are urged to attend. .

JUNIOR LIFESAVING CLASS RESCHEDULED _
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Jax-The Junior Lifesaving class
February 2 has been postponed until February 9 due to a .
The class will be held on Saturday '
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NarJax claims Jax Ironman titleJaxThe .


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; Naval Air Reserve Jacksonville (NarJax) won the NAS Jax Ironman
Trophy for the July through December 1973 period with a total of 3550 points that

fl were accumulated,as a result of their outstanding success in eight intramural
sports.'
___ NarJax (which includes the athletes of VP-62 and VA-203)) beat their closest

Ilp ,r competitor by a total of 700 points when VP-5 finished second with 2850 points and
sir y { they in turn were followed by VP-49 with 2700 and FICEUR with 2600.

t NarJax's largest point totals came from their first place finish in ping pong
((500 points), their third place finish in handball ((350 points), their first place
finish in their bowling league and second overall in the bowloffs ((1050 points) and
their first in golf ((1000 points). f
NarJax, who finished second to FICEUR in the January to June 1973 in-

tramural program, also picked up points in tennis, pistol, football and sailing
competion.
The final standings for the top 10 Ironman finishers were as follows: NarJax-

3550. VP-5-2850, VP-49.2700, FICEUR-2600, VP161900, MATSG1550, Air Ops
-1500, VW-4-1450, Weapons1400, Commissioned Officers Mess1300..

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GOOD FOR 1000 POINTS-Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO,
(center) presented ADJ1 Ennis G. Smith of VP-62 with the first place
golf trophy: that was won by NarJax and which gave them 1000 points
toward the Ironman Trophy. Looking on is Capt. C.D. Gilpin, NarJaxCO.


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Jax-The 1974 Annual Dues for First Flight
the Jax Navy Men's Golf Silver Cup: Nelda Bradt &
Association are now being accepted Lucille RaeRunnerup k i
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.- Please make your $6.00 : Julie Uitti & Ruth .......
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check payable to Jax Navy Men's Meaders
Golf Association and mail to: Mr. Low Putts: Jeannie Belhobeck NARJAX ACCEPTS COVETED TROPHY-Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, was on hand
Walter Kelczewski,2517 Red Oak Second Flight recently to present NarJax with the NAS Jax Ironman Trophy for their superior performances
Dr., Jacksonville.Florida 32211. Silver Cup: Cookie Kennedy during the July through December J973 intramural period. Accepting the trophy were (from left)
Runner-Up: Laurie ,Klein & LCdr. William J. Geary, OinC of VA-203; Capt. C.D. Gilpin, NarJax CO; and LCdr. Gerald H.
Sunday, Feb. 5, the Point Margaret Owens Mollencop, ,OinC of VP62.
,System Tournament was completed Low Putts: Catie Nichols ----
with Hyde Park winningover Third Flight
NAS Men's Association, Silver Cup: Doris Calais & Pat
144V4 14.3V4..They were awardedthe Oglesby
Annual Trophy for 1974. Runner-Up: Judy Timby
Low Putts: Elinor GreenwoodIn
'\ In the Ladies Association, the 9 Hole Players, Mary .
Silver Cup Day was played on Smith won the Silver Cup with Jo ," ,
Jan. 29. Following are winnersfor Hogrefe, the Runner-up. Lillian .
this day: Simpson had fewest putts.
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