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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1974
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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A word : I



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,, :- _- ; r wives. "XH." J JI r '


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know that many of you are already familiar with the .

aims and purposes of the Navy Relief Society. However ::

if there are some who are not--and others who would like ,:'

to know more-in March, Miss Francina Stonesifer from 1

the Navy Relief Society Headquarters in Washington

will be here to conduct the Relief course. I

This includes a brief history of the Society and covers 1

its basic policies and principles, and how these may be ;

applied to volunteer work. In addition, extremely :
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valuable information about service benefits and the ,

Navy will be provided. rrw

I hope that you will find it possible to join this course ,

and to help us in this tremendously important service to ,

our naval personnel. As you know, the work of the Navy

Relief Society is carried on by Volunteers.The :14s

classes will be held in the small chapel, NAS I

Jacksonville, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

from 9:00: a.m. to 12 noon, from March 4 through' March I


22.Free child care will be provided by Navy Relief at the !'

Station Nursery while classes are in session. Credit

toward the 100-hour pin will be given for each hour spent '

in class. I'

It will be much appreciated if those planning to attend .

this course will so inform the Navy Relief Office, 772-

3515, or 778-0353 not later than March 1,1974. J:

Sincerely yours. Your dream estate

L.R. Geis

Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy

President, Jacksonville Auxiliary ,: could haunt youAn

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i increasing number of mili- nobody he names is likely to

tary personnel are falling prey to knock him. It's imperative that

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An intrauterine device (IUD)
information to help you dig up pertinent unbiased information .
Lisa Donovan showat for contraceptive purposes, or- from
becoming victimized.Personal .
about the
dered by a physician, is an developer'sfinancial
authorized benefit under the Viewing status. In addition, ask

family planning provisicn of the your banker what financing arrangements -
King Hall todayJax There simply is no substitute for
CHAMPUS. he would offer you if
seeing the land itself. Brochures,
you buy the lot. His reaction could
movies slides, sales pitches all
and Miss might be intriguing, but until sway you one way or the other.
Lisa Donovan, talented songstress you Remember he's judging the quality
have actually paced off the boundaries
America talent winner and her "The Happy of the deal ,
group, DOdOa[ of the lot and examined the as well as your own

Show," will give a free performance at King Hall today surrounding areas, you don't financial status.

beginning at 3 p.m. oow OlJ know what you're getting. Many To ascertain whether com

All military personnel, their dependents and civilian good companies agree in writing plaints have been filed againstthe
developer, write the Office of
employees are urged to attend. NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT that you can pull out of the deal
Interstate Land
Sales
Registration
She will also be appearing at the Officers and CPO (under reasonable conditions) if Department of Housing and
the land
you see and decide
you
Clubs tomorrow. Sunday aren't getting what bargained Urban Development IUD)
Divine you
For information on club performances, contact your at All Worship Saints 8:30:Chapel.a.m. for. Hire a licensed surveyor to Washington D.C. 20410. Also

respective club. Church School 9:30: a.m. check the boundaries for write the Real Estate Commis-
Divine Worship 11 a.m. at With a you. sions in the states where the
shady promoter the lot
you"inspect"
All Saints Chapel. dealer is headquartered where
Junior Youth can shrink or shift con-
Fellowship the land itself is located, and
12:30 p.m. Senior Youth siderably by the time it is described
Fellowship 1:30: p.m. in the legal documents.Get where other developments by the
a A x A i Ft
Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. a licensed same firm are located.
at the Small Chapel. engineer to per
form soil and percolation tests to
JAX AIR NEWS Is Civilian Profit or Loss
The a Enterprise Newspnpedistributed + disclose
Tuesday composition of the soil
each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 and depth of the water table. You Items hidden in the small print
Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing: Company, a p.m. at Bldg. 750 and will also want an accurate which could seriously affect your
private firm.All Copy submitted Jor use in th* JAX AIR NEWS Christian Science Service topographical status include: What kind of deed

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS p.m. at tne Small r'hllDel. After you map.have will you get? What pre-payment
completed
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News NAVAL HOSPITAL physical inspection check the penalties will there be on the

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 Divine Worship 9:30: a.m. zoning tax assessment and out mortgage? How clear will your
or 3119. at St. Lukes. highway plans. Don't title be? Remember that spoken
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made take thesalesman's promises are
or representations
NATTCProtestant word about
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to local If isn't
Worship plans; look into it meaningless. something
race, creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser, Service, 10:30 a.m. In That large parcel on your own. spelled out specifically in the contract -
user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Building 500. across the road
may be zoned for it means zero.
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in the CATHOLICSaturday heavy industry
rather
than
refusal to print advertising from that source." residential as you've
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries St. Edward's Mass 5 p.m.Chapel at been told. Always take the docu Speak Up
ments, before
concerning such should be directed to: Sunday Mass a.m. and 11 you sign them to Be prepared to speak out im
a.m. Daily Mass-Monday your legal assistance officer for of
mediately at the first sign any
/Np"\ THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday, Thursday and his examination. schedulesaren.t
hanky-panky. When
S*"" .S 4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Friday. :30 a.m. Wed.
"o""v Telephone 387-3566 tnesday, Mass 11:30: a.m. at ,: Background Digging met with regard to deliveryof
AI' ,iAl, the Naval Hospital Chapel. your deed or other documents,
MMM Saturday Confessions 4:30: Who is the developer?What has constructions or facilities, or any-

J VOL. 31 NO. 47 FEBRUARY 21, 1974 |[ ,to 5 p.m. he done before? Where? How successfully thing else promised in writing,
? What
is his financial take local action right away.
u v va
strength? He can probably offer been
Should you find that you've
you references, but remember bilked tell the world about it.FEBRUARY .



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: ;> Make no mistake this is a real crisis not an imaginary one __
':"1,* dreamed up somewhere. It is not going to go away with the end of L%
hostilities in the Mideast or with the overnight discovery of new source
"'J'':' of energy .

",;", Today's energy situation is going to effect each of us not only here at
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This year we must reduce that figure by 1,116OOOKWH's for the year,
.' ,"; or by 3,050 KWH's each day.
.. .. Some efforts have already been made to meet this goal but we are still
'::;., far short of success. Among the things already done are:

:\; I .,, : Reduced exterior lighting in all areas.
r",;:::.- ". Eliminated excess interior lighting.
't:' off work that have special lighting for
c ; Turn overhead lights in areas -
lit ',,,?i" each work station. NEW FOUR STRIPER-Capt. Stanley H. Block is promoted to his present rank at
."': ::)=; Turn out overhead lights during day shift in buildings where ample wife, Merra Lee, pins on the new shoulder boards. Looking on are the couple's three 'I I
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With the present efforts only one third of the objectives have been
reached.


HEAT Magic

The President has directed that all buildings should turn down the BiGoocMch
temperature to 68 degrees.
Kingdom
In all buildings regulated by thermostats this has been done but we
are still short of the objective.
Persons working in buildings using steam heat are urged to check cardsavailable SPECIAL RADIAL SALE TO

radiators to insure they are operating properly. Turn down the heat in MILITARY PERSONNEL
each working area and, if necessary, wear a light jacket.
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'....e'w. .' H -I Jax-Special Servicesnow +$355 F.E.T.
.:\ !; fUEL
has 1974 Magic I 68 Size JR7015
t. : ;i) available fuel is to meet our requirements all employees are going to Kingdom Club Cards for $3 6 Other sizes sale priced
'..:, need to make certain concessions. Cut out unneeded trips. Double up. Disney World at the Ticket Appearace Blemish Radials
.. when you use a government vehicle. Office in Bldg. 620. EA.. SPIN BALANCE $3 EA.
'. The critical energy crisis has at last struck. No mere rhetoric-but For further information, "
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' ',!I.,1I', hard facts. We've got to cut back, cut down, reduce our fuel needs and call Ext. 3318. THE [!J] S&* RADIAL TIRE PEOPLE
consumption-at home, in the office, en the highway.
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What can YOU do about it? Plenty!
3719 BLANDING BLVD 772.7600wee
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GET ON THE WAGON for utilities conservation! Hoping the other fellow will
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,,', conserve enough for both you and he,will not change the energy crisis to any great -
significance. Work together with your fellow Americans.


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- ELECTRICITY:

r. 1. Reschedule heavy loads to off-peak hours. Peak demand generally

" ':" occurs between 1 and 3:30 p.m. .."
, .,.- ';>"., 2. Turn off all! unnecessary lighting and reduce the lighting in non-
" critical areas. This may be done by using a switch or by unscrewing
bulbs and tubes
3. Reduce ventilation-turn off air handlers. .
4. Check warehouses and other low traffic areas for lights and other

utilities left on. ,
5. When not in use, turn off lighting, electrical equipment, motors,

appliances, etc.
6. Don't use electric heaters.
7. Eliminate general area lighting during bright days. Use tubes BEWARE OFSHARKS.
with lower wattage.
9. Use reflective, light-colored interiors to improve lighting efficiency

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10. Clean light fixtures.

I, 'oN. ;' 11. Schedule athletic and other on-station recreational activities
" during daylight when possible.
12. When replacing lighting,use fluorescent,mercury vapor,or high
pressure sodium instead of the less efficient incandescent lighting .

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PAGE 4 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER


H unters ft VeteransAsk



have a new skipper
Q-My husband was killed dur
ing military service in Vietnam.

Jax-Cdr. Richard W.F. Sirch to VW-4 in September 1969 and i A.CAPTUREDMedicine. Will the Veterans Administrationpay
relieved Cdr. Paul 0. Cutchen as after serving as the squadron's me education assistance to
Commanding Officer of the Operations Officer and Executive attend a university in Paris?
"World Famous Hurricane Officer assumed command in A-Yes. Public Law 92.540
Hunters" of Weather Recon- February 1973. (Oct '72)) allows wives, widows
naissance Squadron (VW) 4 and children of veterans whose
During Cdr. Cutchen's tenure
during ceremonies here Feb. 14. accident deaths or permanent total dis
VW-4 surpassed 76,700
abilities service
were
connectedto
free flight hours performing
Cdr. Sirch reported to VW-4 in weather reconnaissance and w study at approved foreign in
March 1972 and served as the oceanographic research for the stitutions of higher learning.
squadron's Operations Officer Atlantic Fleet. Q-World War II veterans who
until February 1973 when he never used their GI home loan
became Executive Officer. Cdr. Cutchen will remain here benefits are still eligible. How
He is a graduate of the U.S. for approximately six months about school benefits?
Merchant Marine Academy, and report to the United States A-The Veterans Administration
Kings Point, New York and was Defense Attache, United States can provide education
commissioned in the U.S.Navy in Embassy in the Republic of Sri benefits only for eligible veterans
November 1955. Lanka, formerly Ceylon, in the discharged after Jan. 31, 1955.
Cdr. Paul 0. Cutchen reported fall of this year.TORRANCE'S These education benefits expire

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or May 31, 1974, whichever is

KITCHENJax later
Q-I've been having trouble
lately with a stomach condition
developed during military ser
vice. I've been of service three
This week Torrance's Kitchen features one of the most time. out
tried and widely enjoyed dessert recipes we have encountered.No years, and wonder if I can still
one knows for sure who started this culinary delight, but it was apply for disability compensationfrom
frequently found on the tables of early New England settlers, the Veterans Administration

especially during the late summer and fall apple seasons. of the Y Indlan Guides'Navafo ?
Man Jim Gray -
of this dessert varies the but it's most A-Yes. There is no deadline for
The name throughout country, Tribe "captures" Cdr. Daniel Demand, VP-24 C.O., during a
filing a claim for a service con-
called Brown .
frequently "Apple Betty" popcorn sale to benefit the Guides father and son banquet scheduledfor netted disability.
Apple Brown Betty March 1. Medicine Man Gray is also one of the VP-24 Career
INGREDIENTS: one-third cup sugar, l/i teaspoon cinnamon, V'4 Counselors. Q-I received treatment for a
teaspoon salt,2 cups fine dry crumbs, 4 tart apples (pared and diced), service connected injury at a Vet.
3 tablespoons melted butter or margarine.Mix erans Administration hospital
sugar, cinnamon, salt. Put layer of crumbs in greased baking about two years ago. I need
dish.Cover with layer of apples.Sprinkle with sugar mixture. treatment again, and wonder if
Continue until all ingredients are used.Have layer of crumbs on top. Without advertisingyou VA will give it to me?
Pour melted fat over crumbs. Cover dish. A-Yes, and if as you indicated,
Bake at 375 degrees (moderate oven) for 40 minutes. Remove cover wouldn't know von have already established service -
the last 10 minutes to brown the top. connection, all you need do is
Serves four. apply for treatment again.
0-I am buying our home witha
I I :30-year GI loan. Can I payoff
the loan in advance?
A-Yes. You may partially or
Big Chief Say... OUT OF SIGHT fully pay off your mortgage at anytime
ahead of schedule-

FREE WHEEL ALIGNMENT ri-; GO GO DANCERS provided, payments are for not
less than one monthly payment or
I & STATIC BALANCE All Topless $100, whichever is less.
Q-Will the Veterans Administration
WITH PURCHASE OF BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS replace adaptive equipment

FOUR TIRES 11 AM til 2 AM Daily for a car purchased by a ser-
Mte disabled veteran with a
Ave. 388 9016HONDA
Cassat
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grant from the agency?
4 PLY A-VA will pay for installation,
maintenance,and replacement of
HEAVY DUTY adaptive equipment, but the car
grant is a one-time benefit.
0 POLYESTER


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tread. If tire falls: we will, at our option, repair It free or House of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Center
replace It,charging only for the tread wear on a pro-rata shareof Phone 771 I,9223
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tread wears out In this period we will replace It. Charging for Every Friday Night is Family NightYour
mileage used on a pro-rata share of the current price, plus tax.
14 Commercial vehicles excluded.
choice ofCHOPPEDSTEAKorCHICKENA

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NAVY NEWSGRAM




Jax The following items highlight this week's Navy Newsgram:
Energy Reductions Show ResultsA
I O a recent analysis of energy consumption released by Vindicates
that the overall energy usage by theNavyduring the first halfof
11 this fiscal year was reduced by approximately 17.8 percent, compared -
f V IA to the same period in FY-73..
The figures show that for worldwide mobile operations the following
reductions in energy usage were achieved during the months of July
through December 1973: Aircraft operations, 16.8 percent; Ship
'I operations, 21.6 percent; various ground equipment operations, 15.9
percent; and consumption of gasoline, 15.7 percent.In .
the operation of Navy installations in the 50 states only, total
energy consumption during the first six months of FY-74 resulted in
1
/ / / the following savings: Natural gas and Propane,7.5 percent; Fuel oil,
r 10.3 percent; Coal, 29.1 percent; and purchased steam and hot water
1 1 / 1 services, 10.1 percent.
The only category in which no reduction was noted so far this fiscal
year was purchased electrical energy. In that category, the percentage
ail alliptnieiit of pay for was three-tenths of one percent higher than the same period in
W- ..:- /";:v.,- .'.- ;- '' ; .;-''"' ";! ''.'. .-' --: '.. .' : ;. :'. : \ ;.: ';'';Tto fiscal year 1973.
a saviJBtoan e $ One of the reasons cited for the slight rise is the increased use of cold
a a iron facilities by ships in port.

ial No New Early Releases Needed
or 'a 1 0 1 SECNAV has announced that neither.the Navy nor the Marine Corps
'will be required to release any personnel early, voluntarily or involuntarily
,during the rest of this fiscal year.
The Secretary's announcement, made February 14, indicated that
Navy personnel planners had anticipated the congressionallyorderedmanpower
Wuit automatic cuts contained in the FY-1974 DOD authorization and ap-
an propriations bills, and kept the Navy's personnel figures below
strength for several months'
Therefore,the Navy will not be forced to take any drastic actions or
initiate any new early release programs, for either its officer or
enlisted personnel, in order to reach the congressionallyimposedstrength

secondSificome ceilings. Alcohol Study To Begin

BUPERS reports the Navy will soon begin a formal research studyto
people.determine the nature and extent of drinking practices among Navy

Conducted under contract by a civilian research organization, the
study will involve mailing individual questionnaires to a random
? sample of about 10,500 Navy men and women.
The survey is scheduled to begin April 1, and questionnaires will be
completely anonymous. The survey will be conducted among some
4,000 male and 500 women officers, 5,000 enlisted men and 1,000
enlisted women.
When tabulated, the survey results are expected to provide a
G statistical summary of the status of the alcohol problem in the'Navy,
ananalysisof job-connected drinking problems,and an examination of
$ $ $ individual attitudes and experiences regarding prevention and
disbursingofficer q treatment of alcohol abuse.


-for details NAS a college campus ?

Jax A college campus on.NAS Jax?
A Bachelor Degree in the liberal arts, education or business ad-

;, ministration
Maybe even a Master's Degree?
:. its greatto Without leaving the air station?
be These are'all possibilities-if you act now.
., The University of North Florida is investigating the possibility of
in the establishing an on-station extension campus in the near future.
Once set up, this campus could offer any of the upper-level, and
TirstSavings perhaps even graduate level, courses offered by the University,
depending on the demands of the NAS Jax community.
Pamily" To determine the feasibility of such a program, the University will
conduct one on-station course during this year's Spring Quarter
(March 25 through June 7)), open to all qualified military personneland
their dependents.This .
trial course will be offered on a full-credit basis, but obviouslymust
PIRSTPEDER4L be one which is of interest to the most people.To .
. assist the Educational Services Office and the University in
determining which course to offer ESO is conducting a phone survey
and 1'oari associationof from now until Feb. 28
All interested personnel and- r dependents should call ESO NOW at
Ext. 2596 to make your interests known.

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Adams and Julia 1326 Prudential Dr. 101 Monument Road ,. saowssxs wnCOMlay
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Jax Service families traveling and vacationing this year can t '

expect to spend considerably more time getting from point to point, : r. ,,,..: ,,>>j '
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according to the Military Travel Guide.In I Ia
addition to waiting in line for gasoline and restricted weekend

travel, the major change that can be anticipated is less night driving. I .... "

Most gasoline stations are closing earlier and fewer automobile
emergency and repair facilities are open after dark.
Service families traveling today will probably be needing facilities
more than ever before.

There's good news, however. More economical lodging is available
throughout the U.S. Inspite of the 1973 installation closures, there are
many more military billets available for service personnel and their sr l
families this year then ever before.
Many guest houses, lodges Army and Navy Travel Camps, Family I
Camps and billets general have opened or been made available by
the Services.

Irrespective of fewer vacancies on major routes after dark, there
are also more civilian motels and hotels providing "military
discounts". Prices with the civilian hotels and motels are more

erratic, however.
Although many hotels and motels have lowered their 1973 prices
anticipating fewer travelers, equally as many have increased their
rates to compensate for an anticipated decrease in customers.The .

Military Travel Guide surveys all major military installationsin _.
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CONUS and over 15,000 hotels and motels which may offer "military
rates". BROWNIES HLLP; "PITCH IN".AI F. "Big AI" Cormier tells NAS Brownie Scouts how they can
Approximately 1400 hotels and motels offer 10 to 50 percent discountsto "Pitch In to Clean Up America. "Pitch In" is an antl-lltter program sponsored by the National I

service personnel (active and retired) each year. Brewers Association.

Copies of the Military Travel Guide can be purchased by writing:
Military Travel Guide, P.O. Box 9654, Washington, D.C. 20016. Single Vet benefit has plenty of takers IHigh I
copies cost$1.50 Third Class Mail and$2.25 for Air Mail.


II school dropouts who de- quirements. These additional last fiscal ye2r.Administrator.
ice "free entitlement" months can be of Veterans Af
toured through military ser
BUILDING TECHNICIANS enroute to college have a GI Bill used without depleting the basic fairs Donald E. Johnson attributes .
benefit that wasn't available to 36-months eligibility needed for part of the success of the
$8500-$9000 their fathers after World War II. four college years. program to the intensive "out
And they are using it in record During fiscal year 1973, there reach"program launched in 1969to
FEDERAL RESERVE BANKhas numbers.In were 129,980 veterans and servicemen encourage veterans to take advantage
addition to the 36-months of who had used free enti. of their benefits. The
an Immediate opening for an experienced Building college assistance Vietnam vete- tlement and were enrolled in col program which focuses on the
Technician. Extensive experience in building equipmentand rans earn with as little as 18 lege. This is almost double the socially and economically disadvantaged -
maintenance desired but will train less qualified.Day months service they can receiveGI number enrolled during the pre. veteran, utilizes pre-

or Evening Hours Available Bill| payments for the addi- vious year. discharge counseling, follow-up
Mondaythru Friday. NO LAYOFFSFull tional months that might be To date, J 95,653 veterans and letters to home addresses, telephone -
company paid benefits. I necessary to complete high schoolor servicemen have used the calls and personal visits.
Apply In person 515 Julia St. take additional courses neededto benefit, and nearly 70 percentwere
servicemen who discharged
were
9AM-4PMMonday thru Friday ONLYNo meet college entrance re still in training during the
after the Korean Conflictare
phone calls please.
encouraged to get VA counseling
on how they can get VA
Equal Opportunity Employer
checks of$220 per month(more if
First JAPANESE RESTAURANT in Jacksonville!
Il :1 they have dependents) for a
period which in some cases is
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I Flight planning "ain't what it used to be"By


Bill Hare
Jax-Years ago,flight planning there are no exceptions. A flight under a positive control concept.
for the Naval Aviator was not too plan that is the end result of a Since that time all flights from ''P 1Y
complicated.There thorough job of flight planning is Navy Jax involving naval air rr
were a number of thingsto today's best known passport to a craft, with the exception of ,
safe and
be done, however, like a full successful flight. helicopters, are on either a
turn around the neck with a Flight is considered by the standard (DD-175)) flight plan or
gleaming white silk scarf, in Department three of Defense to occur a stereotyped flight plan preprogrammed -
kicking both tires on the aircraftto phases and all Flight for computer use.
a Y
Information
be sure that they were up and, are structured Publications (FLIP) For normal day to day flight t s
on occasion, the utterance of a accordingly. The operations, locally based
short prayer. All of this prior to and phases are: planning, enroute squadrons and units utilize the
terminal with
augering into a sky that was planning stereotyped routes.
unsmogged, undelegated, un- most considered by many to be the The process for the standard Yo -.
stratified and most of all un- important phase. Additional flight plan begins in the flight iVeN
crowded. emphasis was placed on the planning area located on the .
The present day pilot, like importance of planned flight in second deck of Building 118. The h.e
those in other fields of endeavor, Naval April 1970 when the Chief of next step is the Naval Weather
pays the price of progress and Operations ordered naval Service, (See pages 14 &: 15) for a
flight operations to be conductedPP.EFLIGHT complete briefing on existing and

forecast weather along the
proposed route of flight.The third
I and final step is presentation of
the flight plan to the Air
All lour Operations Duty Officer for a I
t final check and clearance.The .
iY. flight plan is then entered
r.r into the system by the Dispatcher FAA CHECK-AC3 Gary Alexander feeds flight information into the
utilizing teletype that feeds computer prior to the finalization of a flight plan.
directly into the ATC computer in
the Air Route Traffic Control
Center located at Hilliard,
Florida. The stereotype flight ,

plans are transmitted the ... ,
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evening before the flight is .'. .f-
scheduled and are stored in the
computer until the pilot requestshis
.LoI ATC clearance. If the

e __ __ slightest error is made in sendinga
flight plan it is rejected by the
SCHEDULING VP-
62 pilots check the charts fora
I route before taking off on a cross country flight. computer resulting in a possible
costly delay. r .,

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Tree 71 TOYOTA CORONA 4-door,AT.AC $1995 0
71 PINTO 4-speed,AC,Low mileage, Extra Nice $1895 ,
!Surgeon Work 71 MUSTANG V-8ATAC $1895 .

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Licensed and Insured 72 DATSUN Station Wagon,AT, AC $2895
AMERICAN TREESDavid 71 CORONA MARK 1 114DR 1 Sedan $2195
,AT $2195
72 PINTO Station Wagon
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ASTRO 71 OPEL door sedan,4-speed $1895


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Transportation at Low CostV' 72 OPEL GT AT,AC $3495 'ii.
72 TOYOTA CE LICIA 4-speed,AC $2895 i
71 Ford Custom Loaded $125 73 VW CARMEN GHIA4spdR&HRadialtires.Lowmile $2895
H VW Sta Wagon R H S99S 72 DATSUN 240-Z ATAC,Low,low miles! $4495 i
70 Ford F'Lane R H SS MM CAMARO Small V-8, ATAC,One-owner,sharpl I $1695
44 VW Bus New Engine SIM
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47 Plymouth R H cyl S7M 72 OLDS Spring -
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44 Mustang 6cylSS S4M 68 FORD ton Pick-up,3-speedR&H, $89
45 VW Sedan SSM FURNITURE
71 DATSUN "1600" Plck-up,4-speedR&H $169
41 Ply Fury III RH AT SSM
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I Naval Air Technical Training




"p ",>,-V'r.,:I"".."',H..,o('".*1""'M;'.'!t" ":'\',"'" Last Thursday, February 14, 1974, the U.S. Naval Air
., ; :''" !l ,;14''i:"" Technical Training Center closed it's doors at NAS JAX
.
,' '.. J.'j.i:1'ff :: \'lh
; of it's final class, Aviation Elec-
t' with the graduation
'Z;< : ; 'tt: .: il .. tricians Mate Class 411.
had long association with the Jax
? .fr:'" NATTC has a
TI .1.T, ", '.' community 1941. ,dating back to it's establishment in Octoberof

,, :;' The command's peak action period came during
',J'rh- ,' ".. ': World War II when more and morepersonneltrained in

aviation ordinance and aviation,electronics were neededfor
,!,.. the fleet. As late as November of 1951 over 9,000
r<.(,,,''.' sailors, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen were being
1 r :. \ \ through NATTC.So .
'.''/ f,). processed
/ ,44,, .....';.,.:..,',;. 411 marked the end to a long and glorious line of
i ..;-.Jl-' :,, ,' .:,'r' naval aviation specialists departing Jacksonville for the
,. :

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HOMEWARD BOUND-AEAA W.B. White, Class 411,folds his blues after the last graduation for
NATTC at NAS JAX. Hailing from Orange, Texas, White was quite happy with his orders to NAS
.Kingsville, Texas.



STORY AND PHOTOS BY MIKE ROSE

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itto oA ( RICHARD ELLIS and -
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24 HOUR A DAY
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Open Monday thru Saturday 240 Motel Rooms
Sundays til Midnight
GREAT FOODI..ALWAYS! Color TV
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four corners of the world. NAS Memphis
has taken
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building
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graduation line hence the last man through NATTC JAX.

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FINAL SALUTE*Dingy old King Hall has been the scene of many such ceremonies in the past
years.This is it though. Here dignitaries at class 411's graduation render final honors to the colors.



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Save for it FASTER with

the HIGHEST rate in town !

..JUST ONE OF THE MANY. Whether you're dreaming of a new motorcycle, stereo system or
wardrobe, you can get It sooner by saving at your Jax Navy Federal
Credit Union. Our 5% per cent dividend rate on share accounts is
higher than any bank or savings & loan.And our occasional "bonus"
dividends of Vi per cent make your savings grow even faster.*
IDUV1rR.IMOTORS
Sign up for an allotment today-the easiest way to start saving for that
"something special." With the highest rate In town, "bonus" '
dividends,and an allotment,you practically own your dream already.

*Our board of directors has declared Vt per cent"bonus"dividends for the past
1116 CASSAT two consecutive quarters.

Ph:38T6541SPECIAL JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION


FINANCINGFOR HAS JAX 8ldg.3t ROOSEVELT MALL WAS CECIL FIELD,Bldg.26
PHONE 314.1391 772 9894 or Base Ext:215
PERSONNEL Tel.317.5622 or Base Ext.2431
SERVICE Hours:Mon..Fri 9AM.:30PM: Hour: Mon.:'Fr1.10AM.S:30PM: Hours: Mon..Frl.1:30AM.3:30PMFEBRUARY :
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I The Ballad of Dirty Charlie" I



Jax-Donning foul weather gear, they prepare for their task.
It's not a storm they're about to encounter--it's "Dirty Charlie (P-3 Charlie

Orion, that is).
Washing, scrubbing and rinsing, they go about their work in a drenching
downpour even when there isn't a cloud in the sky.A .
dirty bird comes in and a sparkling bird goes out glistening.
Another job Well Done by the Aircraft Washing Crew.

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STORAGE PROBLEMS?

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MINI-W AREHOUSE.

Furniture Boats Cars etc. ,... .......... ...... r
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YOU OWN DOOR AN D KEY I USMC Wives
WITH 24hr.ACCESS SHERRY CHILDERS
MONTHLY RATES OR LONGER 1: slate meetingJaxThe

JACKSONVILLE STOR-IT PARK Country-Western
8:30: pm til 1:30: am Marine Wives
6281 POWERS AVE. PHONE 737.9644 Club will have a luncheonFeb.
LL Cocktail Hour 5-7 27 starting at 11::30
pm
!,
a.m. at the NAS Jax CPO
Club.A .
i. A short discussion on
SPECIAL RATES 00 per person
projects is planned.
\ FOR SERVICEMEN double occupancy Mrs. A.A. Slocumb, club
SPECIALINTRODUCTORY I
Entertainment Nitely, ,Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biter's Seafood president, invites all
Restaurant,350 Beautiful Rooms with TV,Direct Dial 1 Phone,Olympic Marine wives-active,
Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking.
I reserve or retired-to at
tend.
JAEKSOimilMOTOR For additional in-
OFFER ffP formation, call Mrs.
Richard Sims after
HOTEL 4 p.m.
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Slocumbat
at 771-5396 or Mrs.
9'' 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744
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264-9487.
WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL POINTS OF INTEREST

r 5.95 PROJECT 400
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$4.4 r: :., Mustang; I



MOBILE HOMES INC.

Bring this advertisement and receive a 5.95
5070 NORMANDY BOULEVARD 786-8110
gal. of Project 400 paint for the special BLANDING BLVD.. ORANGE PARK 264-0569

-4;, introductory offer of 4.47 gal. 4118 PHILIPS HIGHWAY 737-4366

:.11 US HWY 17e GREEN COVE SPRINGS 284-5616

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,. I $10000 MUSTANG MOBILE HOMES, INC. $10000'
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-! PAINTS OF JACKSONVILLE I W Address City State Zip DN .
II Only one Certificate may be used towara =
.I,! Jack W.SorensenUSN-Re( ) II the Purchase of a Mobile Homer Void By GOOD UNTIL M I
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5035 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 781.8855 I A. unless signed by an authorized Date TIN DRAT N:
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representative N1.
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Id MUSTANG MOBILE HOMES,INC. I ISSUE
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r' U Q s CALL: 387-3566, Movie Schedule

Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than I IUIMU IWS IIOO
arriving too late for this. deadline will, be Tuesday for publication the fOllowing Thursday. Ads
structed otherwise. A check or money order ToTeco fOllowing week unless the Pu"lsher, Is in.
of i the ad must be received WITH the copy. ---.. .
RATE: minimumcharqe ((3 lines) ....52.00 Per -
Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO..4565 SHIRLEY additional line ((4 words per line) ...SOc Thursday. Feb. 21 Starring Charles Bronson and
AVE. JACKSONVILLE 32210LI "MASSACRE IN ROME"Action Susan George. "PG" ((94 min.)
I Drama, Starring Richard Monday Fob. 25
[ EMPLOYMENT j| PARK Burton and Marcello "BOOT HILL" Western,

TYPING OR BOOKKEEPINGAT ( ) ( )) 3893007.NAS Clean modern Mastroianni. "PG" ((104 min.) Starring Terrance Hill and Victor

MY HOME Friday, Feb. 22 Buono. "PG" ((92 min.)
5 Yrs experience as a legal secretary. i | HOMES "MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS"
786 8023. 9359 103rd St. Call Drama, Starring Vanessa Tuesday Feb. 26
and "PAINT YOUR WAGON"Musical
notary
Redgrave and Glenda Jackson.uPG" .
LIKE GIRLS Starring Lee Marvin
Call on the nicest girls in town, full or I ((128 min.)
and Clint
Eastwood. "PG"
RENT ((133
part time. 786.7832. SaturdayIFeb.23:
PAYMENT min)
REQUIRED "MAN OF THE YEAR"Comedy
PART-TIME JOB8A.M.12Noonor5P.M..10P.M.52.10
HOMES Starring Rossana Wednesday. Feb. 27
Hr 3552741 ,733.9422 Podesta and Lando Buzzanca. "ENTER THE DRAGON"
FOR $100.OFF "R" ((93 min.) Action Drama, Starring Bruce

PARTOR FULLTIME AND SELL Sunday Feb.24 Lee and John Saxon. "R" ((99
MECHANICSAfternoons HOMES "LOLA" Comedy min.)
Saturdays or Full.time Drama
Jax Top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply In 388.4619
person to Mr. Foster, NIMNICHT | T TION.J]
Avenue.CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat CB450 WITHOUT ADVERTISING YOU WOULDN'T KNOW ,

cond.,helmet, sissy
GREAT JOB
Earn S50-$75 per wk., working part. ( )
time calling on single girls. Earn
more with Incentive plan. Must be SCOUTS NO MONEY DOWN !
sharp! Phone 7213600. 4 cylinder Hard top
( ) 20,000 to 40,000

SERVICEMANInside sportsman 5699, 2509, Phillips second Financing for E2's and up!
sales, part-tlme weekdays & 21
Century Imports.
Sat., Earn extra $$$,$2.00 hr. to start. 66 MUSTANG
Apply at 1506 Prudential Dr. HXL ;:;:::.. \
less than 7,000 MI., 66 .CHEVELLE 2DR HT ...
.
9614. I

0PP0RTUNITVINCAREERSALESGuaranteed salary during 2 yr. FASTBACK 70 BARRACUDA Street a Strip _-_

training period. Top commission & ., low mo. pymts. Vw ---
lucrative bonus. Good opportunity to ==-:;;'
PAT'S USED CARS
start a second career for the retiring
military man. Call between 9 A.M.
1 P.M. 249.8219. Nice, 1336 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 358.0881
.0881.
WORKING MANAGER
Must have good mechanical ability. 4DR
Starting salary over$10,000 plus profit Mi., Good cond., 20
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sharing. Fast growing corporation.Write .
P.O. Box 14021,Jax., Fla. 32210.MISCELLANEOUS. 1486.'v CONY.

Tape, AM-FM, 30
1 recorded message by IA | 384.1643. Lou Webber

SCOTT EDWARDSTells
you how to be a "YOUR TIRE'EXPERT"
DISC JOCKEY a
Call 355-2944 any hour. Approved for

veterans.Broadcasting.Columbia San Francisco.School Not of ) 12 BIG SAVINGSON

affiliated with CBS Inc. Course by -
home study.

LIVE CRABS AUTO SERVICEBALL

Wilford's 264.9707 Fish Camp

BRAKE SHOCKS
AUTO AIR COND.SERVICEAlso
home Central units & windowAC k
Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 3885161. JOINTS SHOES
$95PLUS

KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER 'f $ 95 $19o
Responsible party take up paymentsof 24
INST.
$7.00 per month. Rayfleld's 6437 MOSTCARS
Wilson Blvd., 772.8936. CARS

NEW ZIGZAG SEWING MACHINEJust DYNAMICWHEEL
out of layaway. Someone to TIRETRUING WHEELALIGN
assume pymts. $68 Cash or $9.20 mo. .
Call 389-5591. .

BALANCE
JEANS PROFESSIONALDANCE
ACADEMY & 50PER $ C95
Westconnett at 103rd & Orange Park, $2 $ ',00 Per
Bellalr Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe, OMOSI Wheelweights
Jazz, Hula, Tahitian Baton, & WHEEL mr CARS
Acrobatics. Register Now 771-2521,
771-5464, 7783655. Children i. Adults.
GEORGE'SKENNELS JUAN 389-7414 AVE. COMPLETEBRAKE TUNE UPS SERVICEAIR

Dogs& Cats Boarded
Pick-up & delivery service since 1925. : I s''1495 CONDI
Grooming, training( & shipping. [ .
Visitors welcome. Bankamerlcard d. WASH JOB $795I
Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 near of gas 8-1195 PARTS&
Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. cyl
SOlS Edgewood Ct.,389-004 Auto Care! $4995III. LABOR'MAG

COFFEEMUGSPERSONALIZED .... UNDERCOATING WHEELBALAt
INSIGNIA Custom Will CyllM
mugs and steins. All services. FREE dies, Brake Shots, CING
CATALOG. Military Supply Company Turn Drums,Pick
PLAYERS I
BOX 286, Gainesville Florida GUITAR Wheel Itariim, $ '
32601. 250U
Adi.& used.locludieg.
INCOME TAX RETURNS STUDIO ( Dice $1Q95 pit wheel
Specializing In Federal Employeesand Brakes). incL wtirhtsl
Military-Norrls W. Runkles. 786
6924. ., WHEEL BEARINiGand U J JOINT SERVICE
-C GUITARS
SINGER ZIGZAG I STORE CRE IT WITH MOST MAJOP
Sewing machine 1973 model almost fl- CREDIT CARDS OPfN .! NINTS 711.9
like new Makes buttonholes, sews on ..,.
buttons,designs,appliques,does it all. + INSTRUCTION FREE FRONT END ALIGNMENT& STATIC
$9 Sa les.Repa Irs.Rentals C OF 4 TIRES
Pay balance $64 or assume per 1 _. BALANCE WITH PURCHASE
month payments.Call 731.0197,ask for 1" Music& Accessories
Credit Manager. Will take trade. Free

delivery, no LAWN obligation.SALE u CLOSED WEDNESDAYS ANDSUNDAYS _. ,NORMANDY TIRE COiS3S4 II

Sat. Feb. 23rd, 12:00: to 6:00: P.M. SJJS LENOX AVENUE PHONE 781.1080 NORMANDY BLVD. 784-9292
Items offered: Antiques, Baby Items, Inn at Normandy Mall) .
from PIZZa
Motorcycle Helmets, Tools, etc. 5101 (Across OPEN AIL DAY SATURDAYFEBRUARY
Greenway Dr. Nh, Ortega Hills,
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I Fleet Weather provides vital national link... ;


s Jax-The Fleet Weather possible impending firmations.The .
Facility aboard NAS Jax is disaster.
.1
a vital link in both air Weather data is weather facility
gathered in several also maintains a com-
operations in and aroundthe ways
Jacksonville area and the first of which is munications link with any
and all VW-4 aircraft while
$' weather forecasting personal observation. At
in
worldwide. least one reading per houris they are engaged
Pilots departing the Jax taken at Fleet Weather's weather reconnaissance
area cannot leave withouta headquarters in Building flights. Data received
i visit to Fleet Weather. 118. This information is from VW-4 is then for

1 iris Incomingpilots call in for a then put on a computer warded to the National in
1 s I weather check, and duringthe hook-up with Carswell Air Hurricane Center
hurricane season, Force Base in Ft. Worth, Miami.
tiJi1; e : Fleet Weather and the Texas fordissemination to Hurricane informationis

Hurricane Hunters of VW4 ships and stations all over of particular importance .
work hand-in-hand to the world. to all ships and stations
make the world aware oft Incoming information is operating in the South
charted as it is receivedfor Atlantic, Carribbean Sea

E a 1 1t use by the forecastersin and Gulf of Mexico.
1 1 & ____ "- pilot briefings. Aircraft
r within a 75 mile radius of Fleet Weather FacilityJax
NAS Jax may speak is also the scheduling
.fOPQ directly with Fleet authority for all weather
Weather on the Pilot Metro and oceanographic
V\\ ( B Service for updates, reconnaissance flights in
corrections these areas. \
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LOOKS LIKE RAIN?-AG3 Rick Marcum takes one of the hourly
i weather readings at Fleet Weather. Data he gathers will then be sent
to ships and stations in up to a 2,500 mile radius. 1 I 11

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STORY AND PHOTOSBY

MIKE ROSEOpen
If J:
your rooms .'
Ali
for your convenience 8 a.m..6p.m. look tired or YN '''t..
Closed Sunday hopeless call
D PICKUP & DELIVERY
us for help.We'll .
D ROAD SERVICED ((13

MECHANIC ON DUTY send youa

D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS decoratorfree.

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4' i: uni n iii fffl Penneys

Custom
SERVICE CENTER 1 ...

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I03rd&-Jammes Road Phone 711-9156 Cedar Hills.

771-6361


lax No. 1 Small, Car, Dealer JCPenneyWe

know what LANDBOUND HURRICANE HUNTRESS-Communlcations
72 CHEVY NOVA2dr.ATR&HACSharp $2495 you're looking for. equipment operator Helen Penich stays in close contact with VW-4
72 OP EL GT Low ml, 1
owner $2595
aircraft ready to receive any reports of storms brewing.
73 DATSUN 2drCoupe,4speedR&HVinal Roof, Up to30mlles
per gal. $2495
72 DATSUN Sta.Wagon,4speedR&H, Nice $2395
70 TOYOTA CORONA AT,4dr.Sharp $1495
71 VEGA Like New,4speedR&HAC $1995 JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST IN...

72 PLYMOUTH FURY III 4drHT.ATRHACVlnal
Top.Nice $1695 ; I 11riU.Ilt1:7"
72 TOYOTA SW, Economical,Gas Saver $2095
72 TOYOTA CORONA'S Seven to Choose From TIMUQUANA
ATR&H.ACVinal Roof,Your Choice Colors FROM$2495 FO @D D TERRACE

LARGEST SELECTION OF EAT IN OR Apartments

ECONOMY CARS IN JACKSONVILLE TAKE OUT FAMILY RESTAURANT Pool.WTW Patios Carpet.Balconies Drapes

Central Heat&Air
Modern Kitchen Appliances
Laundry Room
USED CAR PHONE 389-6668 DOM1NICKtStRESTAURANT 1 BR FURNISHED

e/ $115 up
.
o. o 2 BR FURNISHED

9 $165 up

2'11' miles from NAS Jax
,.. i 10 miles from NAS Cecil
TXIVOTH
6403 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE 337.2621 5342 SEABOARDAVE.
JAX M SMALL CAR DEALER ((1/2 mile No.of Main Gate) (Justoff Timuquana)
HOURS: Sun.thru Wed.4PM-4PM-10PMThur.Frl.Sat..12pm PHONE 7727)04PAGE
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use."C' TERMS TO SUIT YOU AT BANK RATES

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AsOCiati0S"r .
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Member F.D.I.C.
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NO CHANGE-AGC Bob Brownlee informs
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> ; ON CASH ? RENTING?
: TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR......

The BIGGER and SALE

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Homes are now available in $150 DOWN !

Just North of Kingsley Ave.on Bellalr SEE THESE QUALITY HOMES:
Orange Park..See them todayl .
Dolphin *Craftmade
$37,000- *Zimmor *Coventry

$40,500VA *Festival
Low Down Payment! 90% to 95%
( or Conv. Terms) Easy Terms! 24 Hour Credit Approvals!
Space is Arranged For!
TO COAST BUYERS SAV/NGSFOft YOU/
SOLD ONLY BY
9-8MON.-FRI.,9.5 SAT., 12-5 SUN.
CLAY COUNTY
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REALTY ( PAYMENT 1/
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR... NOT DUE FOR
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PHON E 264.9579 or
Member of National Home ATLANTIC BLVD. 721-2444
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.. riders, Spacious HOME &double lot with
:."::.:>:N..W. .W..w.W.W..ww.'wn.n..wn'.ww .w.www CAR POOL, Ride or
Normandy Village to NAS Bldg attached rental Income apart

THE Flee-T MARKET 27NX( ) area. Work hours 0900 to ment. Murray Hills $30,000 Call
1730 Mon-Frl Brian 712.2184181' Lcdr Stover 772-3584 or 389-6977

A FREE PERSONAL WAN r.AD SERVICE .
3774
\ for Military and Civilian Employees('f HAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field CAR POOL, Ride and riders,

----------- ------- Cedar Hills to NAS Post Office

Wt Work hours 0800.1630 Mon-Frl
: FREE AD ORDER FORM 4 Bedroom COLONIAL, 2'/2' Bath Ron Christiansen 772.2148 or 786-

B.I.R.O. Central Heat & Air,
I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) 5181
f i Carpeted, Intercom system, .

1 I many extras Nice, Neighborhood,

I Convenient, 4339 Fender Ct. 771-

; I 6410

I Check

I II For Sale: Admiral REF-FREZ,

21.4 cu.ft., No Frost, Harvest

I TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW .1 Gold, 2 mos. old $285.00 3 piece the

I BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. 1 modern bedroom suite $110.00
\ Phone 387-3838

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I Name Office or activity to which assigned COUCH (Tuxedo) Perfect,

II I Zippered, quilted cushions, seat
I and back. Luscious pastel blue

I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature r floral-deeper blue velvet welting. ADSWe

I Orlg. $495.00 Firm $250.00 772-
I. 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all Information requested, I.. Full 7180
military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name(typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank.rate, office or activity I
to which he Is assigned and office telephone. This 17' MFG Trl-Hull, 100
2. Free advertising In the 'VleeT': MARKET"will
information is for authentication only and your ad I
I be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housing Johnson, Fish Locator,
should be worded independently of this information.
I for personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I Outriggers, Extra Tanks, Excellent
offers of for rides to o ini h'rd.nIulh .
I personal property; or requests +
S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear in I Condition, $2500 771-3211
and from work; announcements of educational
I the 'following edition is MONDAY NOON Ads ext 673 7 am-5 Mon-Thur
courses offered by non profit organizations or r pm
arriving after that date will be placed In the
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted
following week's edition. Ads will be run only onetime r
only If the words "PCS" (for military), or .
I unless submitted as prescribed above.i.
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the r Must Sell Richmond Gas WALL
I Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the
No phone calls will be accepted regarding r HEATER 75,000 BTU, Good
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when ac.
I companied by the word "Free". "FleeT MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR Shape, $30 771-1543 ,
NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide kI.
I 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. ..
I "Flee.T MARKET" ad form which will be printed MuJSr
in each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each No r 1967 DART: 4dr, 6cyl, radio,
I will be rejected more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be heater, new tires, carb, choke
I accepted.I. I $300.00 Old Admiral stereo;
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flu.TMARKET" ft m
b turd
I turntable& radio In 7' homemade
Editor. CO JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a (&, ,ttrniEI
I NAS Jacksonville. Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above cabinet $25.00 Old upright piano
I OR requirements, will be rejected The publisher $75.00 r
"FleeT MARKET" Editor C< AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. r 771.8420. .... wpJ aurwd
I 111 NAS Cecil Field Flurida 32215. These forms
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1969 TRIUMPH I Bonneville
SELL 3 Aluminum Awning Sell two 32 Inch 5 lite hemlock GARAGE SALE: Feb 22,2324At y 4brAjq
Custom $1200 1971 TRIUMPH
windows 62 Hx53 W. Two awning exterior doors one 32 Inch ex- 7317 Ortega Hills Dr, Jax. USE
Trophy $850.00 1971 Elcona
window 62Hx37W. All obscure terlor jalousie door. All, with Street across from back gate of aMryn2
MOBILE HOME, $100 & assume
glass. One good wingback chair. locks and hinges. Phone 771-1644 NAS Jax Appx\/i mile. Phone 387. 786-2536 M
Phone: 771.1644 3838

A 63 4 Door Falcon. Best Offer ..... ...
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Fertig's 230 game : .........................:-..:.......:..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.


I set pace for intramural, i:: Standings



Jax-Bill Fertig's 230 game for Fox No. 1's three wins
the Busch Leaguers in the Controllers, the Seahorses over the League 8 8
American Bowling League and wins three the 8. 8
over NarJax the
,
Len Crowder's 593 set, that in split with the Sparks Dirtballs action 3 9
cluded games of 215 and 211, for Packs split with the Batmen and the Six taking No.2 2 10
the GEMS in the Continental team. No. 1 makers, 1 15

League were the respective high three "
game and set last week in the The-Mad Foxes got 200s from No. 1 LEAGUE
NAS Jax Intramural Bowling Jim Cook ((202)) and Ron Dusa Marine W L
Leagues. ((203)) while Tom Gardner rolled a splitting 13 3
Team results and other individual 210 and a 202 for the Batmen and Ron 10 6
highs were as follows: Robert Sykes rolled a 212 for 5, Henry 9Mt 6'/it
AMERICAN LEAGUEThe NarJax. Jerry 9 7

Sea Kings were the only NATIONAL LEAGUEThe No.l Willie 8 8
ones to sweep in the American the 7'h 8%
League last week when Uonhearts claimed the Cruthirds 7 9
they
rolled against the Mad Foxes No. only sweep in the National Rebels. L0 No.2 6 10

3 team. Other matches resultedin 5 11
three wins for the Marine g No.3 5 11

Barracks against NFO, three Navy Jax LEAGUE
wins for the Busch Leaguers
W L
against the Red Barons, three
12
4
wins for the Hurricanes againstthe excels in 11 5
Texaco Stars and two wins 11
2646084.'I 5 .
apiece for the Late Chargers and ,
Jax-The 10
Navy Jax swim team led by 2
PSSSSST in their match with recently held a meet with par- first in 9 7
each other. ticipants coming from and 3rd in 6 10
Ken Coots rolled a 578 set for Gainesville, Daytona Beach, was 5th in 6 ,,10
PSSSSST, Harold Foster rolled a Ormond Beach, Tallahassee, and was 6th. 6 ..10 ".
226 for the Hurricanes, Willard Savannah, Ga. in 5 7
Martin rolled a 223 for the Texaco The Navy Jax team did exceptionally Jennifer 3 9
Stars, Billy Marrs rolled a 201 for well as Bill Marriottled only girl 1 11
the Late Chargers and Bill the boys senior division with division,
Holifield rolled a 200 for the Sea firsts in the 200 yd. breast and 100 thirds in

Kings. yd. free, and 2nd in the fly. Brian The star
Mason was third in the 400 yd. boys was
CONTINENTAL LEAGUEIn IM. 100 yd.free, 100 yd. back and firsts in
the Continental League the 500 yd free, and 6th in the breast.A fly.
Docs took three from the Zeros, newcomer to the team, Mike Jon
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ATLANTIC LEAGUEThe 500 yd. free and 4th in the 100 yd. was 4th in

Atlantic League was the free. Barbie Lagdon garnered a Overall
scene of the Ballers three wins 4th in the fly, a 3rd in the back team was '
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I CECIL SPORTS 1200 Forrestal landings

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BASKETBALL 1815 for 2nd half championship. ,
Diamondcutters clip Ram- Marines 1st half champions meet
pagers for American League that winner 1800 Tuesday 2e !

Championship. 48-14 February 74.. Come out and enjoy H
;
watching these fine teams. *-
Brown scored 18 points to lead
VS-30 to close 4 point victory over SKEET q HL

VA-83. Then the game was close Meeting Tuesday 26 February
all the way but Brown Tallied 15 1000. If interested please attend.
of his points in the last half.
Kloeppel scored 14 for VA83.In ATLANTIC WINTER
LEAGUE STANDINGS

other action Craig of the : t

Marines scored 23 points to lead VA-45 No. 51 17 SI
his team to a 66-56 win over VS-30 VA-174 No.2 50 18 ___ III
but it was too late to stop VS-30 VS-30 47 25 5// I 9
from clinching the championship. NAMTD No. 1 42 30 ) R.
Spencer scored 28 for VS-22's win VC-2 42 30 vh, k n.8 ;S; A i M .N
over AMD 70-61. Whidder scored SUPPLY 40 32

34 for AMD. National League VA-45 No.2 40 32

champions, VA-45, buried VA-12 NAMTD No.2 39fe32fe f
8936.Garret tallied 31,Murray 28 GALLEY 38 34VA174

for the blackbirds. VA-45 No. 1 37 35 r
..T smothered VS-32 8540. VS-31 took
VS-22 45-35. AMD clipped VS-24
High team game by VA-45 No. 1 .
by 48-12,VA-174 handled VS-22 57- -
with a 977.
45, VS-31 nipped VS-32 in a close Six pilots from Attack Squadron Eighty-One each reached USS FORRESTAL Double Centurion

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High individual series by AT2 I

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I JAX SPORT BRIEFS NDRC falls to Air Force



then back win
I comes to twoJaxNDRC
Little League Umpires Needed Pool TournamentJax
Jax Personnel interested in
The NAS Game Center League last week but
backto
dropped a 77-74 came
umpiringNavy Ortega Lakeshore ( winners to the halftime break.
up
Bldg. 148)) will
sponsor an 8-Ball decision to the 679th Air Force win twolater in the weekandrun
(NOL) Little League games that Pocket Billiards Richard Conley scored 20 of his
Tournament on team in the American Basketball their record to 12 wins and
are played on the NAS Blue Angel March 4-6. four losses. 36 points in the first half to keep
Field are asked to attend a All active his team ahead and then Larry
duty military Hawks 679th managed to outdo NDRC
-
meeting on Monday, Feb. 25 at 5 are personnel move Chiasson scored 16 of his 27 in the
eligible to compete. by one in each scoring category
Blue Angel Field. Tex second half to help NDRC
at pull
p.m. Sign at the when
up Game Center they scored 33 field goals toNDRC's
Goodson will be conducting an before March 3 at 4 p.m. by .500 markJaxThe 32 and 11 free throws to away for good. Ken Folmsbeewas
umpire clinic at that time. Coast Guard Offers NDRC's 10. also instrumental in the win
Basketball Tourney with 13 points.
Safety Courses Hawks caused an George Teasley with 29, Dennis
Starts SaturdayThe Jerry Reynolds tried to keep
Jax The United States imbalance in their win-loss
Coast Carignan with 22, Joe Evans with
FAPL close in the second half
COMTACAIRLANT, Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 14-5, record last week but the imbalance 10 and Bill Hayman with 10 were
when he scored 15 of his 25
points.
Jacksonville Area, Basketball
Orange Park, will conduct a free fell on the win side as the major factors in the Air
FAPL also
received Id from
Tournament gets underway seven week Boating Safety and they beat Medical 90-80 and Force's win.
Saturday, Feb. 23 with between Seamanship Course at Lake moved their record to 6-5. Larry Chiasson and Bruce Vince Jakucenis and 10 from

10 and 12 teams competing for the Shore Junior High School, 2519 Lynn Klein with 27, Joe Dauer scored 20 each for NDRC Jerry Samples.
right to attend the CINC- Bay View Road. It will begin on Ruggiero with 21, Gil Starr with while John Troupe contributed 12 HS-15 was the second team to
feel
the rath of NDRC last week
LANTFLT championshiptourney Thursday, March 21, 1974, and 15, Mark Bujno with 12 and Paul and Ken Folmsbee 10.
that will be held at NS will be held in the Music Suite. Sagasar with 11 were the leadersfor The Fleet Air Photo Lab when they fell by the wayside 96-

Charleston March 4-8. Contactthe The class, which is open to the the Hawks. (FAPL) had the misfortune of 57.

Athletic Office at Ext. 3239 for public, will meet from 7:00: to Medical was led' by Larry meeting NDRC after they openedthe Five men scored in double
game times. 10:00: each Thursday evening for Streeter with 27, A.A. Grant with week with a loss and as a figures in this win as Ken
Softball Umpires SoughtAll the duration of the course. 19, Floyd Small with 17 and Jerry result they fell by an 84.70 score. Folmsbee scored 23, Richard "'':

personnel interested in Subjects will include Safe Boat Harris with 12. FAPL almost caught NDRC Conley 22, Bruce Dauer 17, John
umpiring for the intramural Handling, Legal Requirements, AIMD IMO letting down when they stayed Troupe 14 and and Larry
softball slow and fast pitch Rules of the stops within
Road, NavigationalAids eight points of the eventual Chiasson 12.CENTU'RY .
leagues are asked to attend an Charts and Compasses, Jax-AIMD won its 11th

organizational meeting on Weather, Radiotelephones, decision in 16 American
Friday, March 1, at 4 p.m. For Marine Engines, and Basic Basketball League contests last 21IMPORTS
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Dragons of VP-56 storm past



three American League rivalsJaxThe L

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Dragons of VP-56 with 10.John Vince Jakucenis and Jerry
played three games in the Robinson contributed 23 Reynolds look turns scoring mostof
xr American Basketball League last points to prove that one-fifth of a FAPL's points with Jakucenis
r week and the closest that any of team is equal to Vfe of the points. scoring 24 and Reynolds 21.

their opponents could come was The Fleet Air Photo Lab
r 27 points. (FAPL) had the dubious VP-5 continuesto
IIS-15 was the team that came distinction of falling by an even
+Mq o closest when they fell 90-63) with larger margin than NATTC when dominateJaxVP5
Larry Rawlins tossing in 21, Ed the Dragons dropped them 12455. _
Sullivan 18 and Wallace Irving 14 Rawlins saved his best efforts continued their
for the Dragons.Rod for this game by scoring 35 domination of the National \
HIGHEST
ROBBINS MAKES VP-56 out- Bunch with 18, Claude points. He found himself the top Basketball League last week f b
Robbinsof
BID-Harry in Page with 18 and Bill Manningwith man of six in double figures for when they won two games but in
of NATTC
lumped G.D. Pitts 11 were high point men for the Dragons when Terry Brown both games they had to rely on
week.
one of V P-54's three wins last HS-15. scored 16, Ralph Calloway 16, their free throw totals to nail
This one came 10644. close down the wins. METTE GOES FOR TWO-Jim
NATTCwasn't even as Wallace Irving 14,Ernest Pollard
the hot breath of the Dragons 12 and Harry Robbins 11. HS-7 had one more field goal Mette(21)( ) of NATTC goes up for
melted them 10644. NATTC than the Mad Foxes but still fell two in an effort to put a dent in
FASO posts trailed by a mere 23 at halftime HS-1 punctures 68-60 when VP-5 hit on 20 of 34 VP-56's eventual 62 point win
but when they were held to only while they were managing 10 of while Ernest Pollard of VP. 56

two victories 14 second half points their destinywas Hospital's balloonJaxHSl 17.Vic looks on.Marine.
secured and VP-56 had their Slider with 19 and Jeff
.4 second win of the week. let a little of the air Brandt with 18 were the two main
engagement
Jax--FASO picked up two Rawlins increased his output to out of Hospital's balloon last week factors in the win while HS-7 was
National League victories last 26 points in this game and was when they beat Hospital 79-68 led by Dave Clark's 15, John results in victory
week to move themselves from backed up by Harry Robbins with after Hospital had won their Croake's 14 and Tom Wandishin's
fourth place to second place. 20, Ed Sullivan with 13, Terry fourth game of the season earlierin 12.VW4 Jax--The Marine Barracks
NarJax was the first obstaclein Brown with 12 and Ernest Pollard the week. found themselves in engaged in National Basketball
FASO's path to second place The loss was especially painfulfor pretty much the same situationas League combat only once last
and they proved to be easily Hospital since they outscored HS-7 when they met VP-5. week and that was one too many
surmountable when they fell 81 BASKETBALLSTANDINGS HS-168-64 from the floor but they They scored the same amount of times as far as HC-2 was con-
34.Don had only three attempts at the field goals as the Mad Foxes but cerned when the Marines
Johnson with 37, Willard free throw line and missed all had only eight chances at the free emerged with an 84-66 victory.
Martin with 16 and Jim Zukewich AMERICAN LEAGUEV three while HS-1 made 15 of 24 throw line while VP-5 was Gene Stiggers did most of the
with 12 were the trailblazers in L attempts. making 16 of 24. Marines first half scoring with 16
this win. VP-56 12 0 HS-l's scoring parade con- Brady Bearden did his share of his 22 then let Fred Singer take
Air Ops proved to be a little HS-11 13 1 sisted of Ed Brewly with 23,Jerry and more:for VP-5 when he tossedin over in the second half with 18 of
harder to surmount but they did NDRC 12 4 Davis with 15, B.T. Hoffmen with a grand total of 54 points. his 24. Also contributing were
,finally fall by an 88-84 score. AIMD 11 5 13 and Reed Buford with 11. Bearden received brief respites J.P. Baker with 14 and Mitchell
FASO led by 15 points at HS-15 9 4 when Richard Herrington scored Allen with 10.
halftime but Air Ops steadily 679th 7 8 Hospital's top scorers were 15 and Jay Buchanan scored 11. Ed Clune picked up high
closed the gap in the second half VP-45 6 6 Charles Joseph with 14, Bryant Aubrey Wilson led VW-4's scoring honors for HC-2 with his
with John Fruge scoring 20 of his HS-1 5 9 Fuller with 12, Dennis Tune with efforts with 23 points and Alan 31 while Joe Fulbright added 16
32 points. Their hopes were HOSPITAL 4 11 12 and Larry Jackson with 10. Parker scored 17. and Harvey Fielding 10.
dashed upon the court, however, NATTC 4 10
when Fruge was ejected from the MPO 2 13
game for a flagrant foul. Garry FAPL 1 13 1-
Pope tried to make up for the loss
of Fruge by scoring 30 points and NATIONAL LEAGUE TUNE-UP SPECIAL
Larry Williams added 12 but it VV L
was to no avail. VP-5 13 1
Three men did about 95 percentof FASO 9 4
FASO's scoring as Don HS-7 9 5
Johnson burned the baskets for MARINE BKS 8 4 8 CYLINDER TUNE-UP

43, Jim Zukewich for 21 and AIR OPS 8 5
Willard Martin for 20. HAWKS 6 5 Regular Price

Air Ops actually outscored MEDICAL 5 8 ..,
.' FASO by two buckets from the VW-4 4 8 1"
floor but FASO made 10 of 26 free MARTD 3 9 > PLUGS (Resistor type).13.10
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