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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 28, 1974
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I March designated "Voter Registration Month" I

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March 1974-named "Military The FPCA is the form of regis- eral election.

Voter Registration Month" by the tration and ballot request most KENTUCKY-Voter registration

Department of Defensewillmark generally used. After registering, conducted by the COli n ty Clerk,
the beginning of the Armed the voter should submit another county of residence (if a residentof ,DO I KNOW YOU CAN VOTE

Forces' voting assistance activities completed FPCA to ensure that a Louisville, by the Board of Reg-

culminating in the gen ballot request is received by the istration Commissioners). Send ( WHEN YOU'RE 18 YEARS OLD?

eral election November 5. proper election official. completed FPCA to the County
Clerk or Board of Registration NO BUT IF YOU'LL HUM A
In March, military voters from ALABAMA-Voters are regis- ,
Commissioners of Louisville, requesting -
certain States should be informedof tered by the County Board of registration forms in T: FEW BARS...
the requirement to register be- Registrars county of residence.To [
Item ((6)). Return completed formsto
fore election officials can send an register, obtain a State regis-
official least
reach election at
absentee ballot for either a pri tration questionnaire from your
30 days before the May 28 pri
mary or a general election. These County Board by submitting a
or the general election.
States are Alabama Alaska, completed FPCA (indicate in mary
LOUISIANA-Vote'rs are regis
Florida Georgia Kentucky Item ((6)) "Request registration *
tered by the Registrar of Voters, -
Louisiana Mississippi Nevada forms"). While no specific dead-
parish of residence. Send com _
and West Virginia. line for registration has been set, r
pleted FPCA to the Registrar, indicating
an applicant should complete
Other States either do not require in Item (6) "Request
registration well in advance ofAlabama's
registration for members of registration forms." Completedforms
May 7 primary in orderto
the Armed Forces on active dutyor must be returned to reach
obtain, vote and, return an absentee -
enable them to satisfy any registration the Registrar before registrationbooks
ballot before the election
requirement by (1) reg deadline. are closed<< ((30 days before
istering them from the Federal the election). Primary election

Post Card Application (FPCA ALASKA-To register by mail, date is August 17.

-Standard Form 76) used to request complete an FPCA, entering in MISSISSIPPI-Voter registration

a ballot for an election; (2) Item ((6) "Request registration is conducted by the City

mailing State registration formsto forms." Mail FPCA to the Registrar, place of residence, or

the voter with an,absentee ballot Lieutenant Governor' Pouch AF, by the County Registrar of each

; or by ((3) utilizing an affidaviton Juneau 99801, so that applicationis county of residence. Send completed 4
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the ballot-return envelope as a postmarked at least 30 days be- FPCA to appropriate official ;

registration document. fore the August 27 primary or the indicating "Request registration

general election.FLORIDAVoter. application" in Item (6)).

registration is Completed application form must .... ... ..... ..............................
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Registration rules or guidelinesare conducted by the Supervisor of be returned to reach official priorto

summarized below for each of Elections, county residence A 30 days before the June 4 primary

these "pre-registration" States. completed FPCA should be sent to or the general election. [ MINORITY HISTORYAmerican ]

While registration deadlines are this official in sufficient time to NEVADA-The Board of

listed for those States that have complete registration prior to 30 Registrars or the County Clerk,

specified them, a voter may applyfor days before the September 10 county of residence, will register
registration anytime duringthe primary or the general election. voters. Obtain an "affidavit of Indians fought on the ners and Customs and who have gainedan

year by writing to the approp- GEORGIA-Voters are regis- registration" form by sending a side of the colonists during the influence over them should accom-

riate election official. A registration tered by the Board of Registrars, completed FPCA to the approp- American Revolution. Even be- pany them ."

application should be sub- county of residence. To register, riate election official. Return the fore the battle of Lexington the Not all of the American Indians

mitted well enough in advance ofa send a completed FPCA to the completed affidavit to reach the Massachusetts Provincial Con- fought on the side of the Col-

deadline so that registrationmay Board, indicating in !Item ((6))"Re official prior to 30 days before the gress enlisted the Stockbridge In- onists, the Wyandots of New York
be before forms." Com- dians as minutemen. Addition- state being one such tribe. Someof
completed registration quest registration September 3 primary or the gen-
books are closed-generally pleted forms must be received by eral election. ally they tried to raise Indian soldiers the pathos of war can be seen in

30 days prior to an election (in the Board at least 50 days prior to WEST VIRGINIA-Voter regis from Nova Scotia. In May the speech of the Wyandot Chief,

Georgia,50 days). the August 13 primary or the gen- tration is conducted by the Cle rk of 1775 Congress instructed its In- Doonyonat, as he sought peace.
the Court of resi dian commissioners to try to hold with the colonists:
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::::;::;;:;;:;;;;;;;:::::-o:.: ;:.;;;!;o--v;;: ::;::::;::;::;:;::::::!:;:::::: dence. Send completed FPCA to the Indians to neutrality. If that "Brother, listen to me!

the Clerk indicating in Item ((6)) was not possible, however, they When I look around me, I see the
should enlist them on the American bones of lie scattered and
Letter to the EditorTo "Request registration.application" This for applicationmust absentee side. unburied.our nephews

be executed and returned to Washington wrote from Valley Brother, I gather up the bones of all

reach the official prior to 30 days Forge on March 13, 1778: our young men on both sides, iii this

before the May 14 primary or the "To the Commissioners of Indian distinction of party.
The Editor:
election. Affairs: Brother I have the
The lack of for national the Naval Air Stationis general now gathered up
respect our ensign on Gentlemen: You will perceive,by the bones of all our young men on both

truly appalling.Both Inclosed Copy ota Resolve of Congress, sides, and will bury them in a LArge
that I am (Impowered to employ a body there
and smooth it
deep grave, over so
and service the
civilians morning
personnel completely ignore
of four hundred Indians if
be
they can
shall be the least of bones, or
not sign
flag raising. Drivers continue to travel along the street and
pedestrians continue to walk along as though nothing at all was rn w procured of upon proper terms. Divesting any thing to raise any grief or anger in
them the Savage customs exercised: in our minds hereafter.
happening. their Wars against each other I think
,
Brother,I have now buried the bonesof
To an "old school" Navy veteran such as I, this is more dishear- : $ 1E3Gi they may be made of excellent use, as' all our and your relations very deep.

tening than I can put on paper. My fellow Americans ((1)) make me feel scouts and light troops, mixed with our You very well know that there are some

that all our dead servicemen died for them in vain. NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT own Parties. I propose to raise about of your flesh and blood in our hands,
one half the number the Southern
among I that shall
prisoners
Cannot something be done to instill a little more pride in our NAS and the remainder among the : assure you you
Sunday see them all safe and well.
Personnel? Northern Indians. I
have sent Colo
Divine Worship 8:30: a.m. Brother, I now look up to where our
Donald L. Livernois at All Saints Chapel Nathl. Gist, who is well acquaintedwith Maker is, and think there is still some
Church School 9:30: a.m. the Cherokees and their Allies, to
PN1 (Ret.) darkness over our heads, so that God
Divine Worship 11 a.m.. at bring as many as he can from thence,
of the evil
All Saints Chapel. can hardly see us,on account
Junior Youth Fellowship and I must depend upon you to employ doings of the King over the great

12:30: p.m. Senior Youth suitable persons to procure the stipu waters. All these thick: clouds, which
Fellowship 1:30: p.m. lated number or be from
as near as may of that
have been raised on account
Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. the Northern tribes. The
terms made
at the Small Chapel. bad King, I now entirely remove, that
with them should be such thinkwe
as you
of
God may look and see in our treaty
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspspe- Tuesday can comply with, and persons well friendship,and be a witness to the truth

distributed each Thursday; at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Senior. Choir Rehearsal 7p.m. acquainted with their language, man- and sincerity of our Intentions ."
at Bldg. 750
Jacksonville. Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a Christian Science Service and 8

private firm. All Copy submitted use in th* JAX AIR NEWS p.m. at the Sma" "h*Del

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS ,

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 3119.

"Everything advertised In this publication must be made NATTCProtestant

,available for purchase use or patronage without regard to Worship About the Cover
race creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser Service 10:30 a.m. In
Building 500.
__ user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this
- ___ ( policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in the CATHOLIC'Saturday

refusal to print advertising from that source." Mass 5 p.m. at .Most days, weather permitting, you'll find Capt. W.O.

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries St. Edward's Chapel. Wirt's parking space in front of Building 1 vacant.
Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and 11
concerning, such should be directed to: a.m. Daily Mass-Monday Chained to his sign you'll find his bicycle.

VP"\ THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday Thursday and Capt. Wirt rides a total of nine milesa day back and
y. Frlday-ll30' : a.m. Wed.
i 7'oow Owe 4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 nesday Mass 11:30: a.m. at forth to work In January he put 240 miles on his bike.

AI 1111A"MtNl"f- Telephone 387-3566 Saturday the Naval Confessions Hospital Chapel.4:30 Says the Captain, "I ride for three reasons: the

ItI to 5 p.m. conservation of energy, the reduction of bulk, and just

__ I VOL. 31 NO. 48 FEBRUARY 28, 1974 ( general physical fitness."

The Commander of Helaswing One has done '1

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Easter Seal Drive



launches tomorrowJax


-. The 1974 Raster Seal
Campaign will begin tomorrow and
continue until April 14, Raster Sunday, according to Mrs, Reuben
Askew Chairman of the campaign
During these weeks a widespread appeal for funds will be made by ( 1'Ii
the Easter Seal Society of Northeast Florida to finance treatment and !i
rehabilitation for crippled children and adults in nine counties-Baker. .
Bradford Clay Columbia, Duval Nassau, Putnam, St. Johns, and
Union. _

Donald R Brewer, Jr, president of the Northeast Society explains
"The Raster Seal Society is a voluntary health agency which helped
more than a thousand handicapped people last year However, the
number of disabled young and old increases ever year-likewise, thereis
a need for more funds to provide care and treatment in our area To
meet these needs, the Northeast Society has set a goal of $60,000 this
"
year.
The Campaign will include either the traditional Raster Seal Mail
appeal or the door-to-door Raster Seal Parade. In addition, lapel lilies
will be sold April 6 in several communitiesRetirement !,

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briefing; set .
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Jax-The NAS Jax Transition Site will sponsor a briefing March 8 at 9
a.m. at Hangar 1000, Room 240 for all Armed Forces personnel and
their dependents eligible for retirement or transfer to the Fleet 1973's TOP "BATMAN"-DK2 Jimmie Massey is congratulated by Cdr. Daniel Demand,VP.24
Reserve within the next two years. Commanding Officer, for being selected the squadron's Batman of>> the Year for 1973. Petty Officer
Area military counselors and personnel within six months of Massey was cited for suggestions he made which have improved local disbursing procedures and was
separation at NAS Jax are also invited. commended for outstanding performance, dedication and professionalism
The Civilian Employment Assistance is a cooperative effort bet.
'ween the Department of Defense and the Department of Labor which
provides counseling concerning civilian labor market conditions for
career military members. $ y. .
Representatives from the following agencies will be present at the ;'Hr
briefing: City of Jacksonville UlecruitmentSmall( ) Business Ad. '
ministration Florida State Employment Service, Florida Junior f
College, Chamber of Commerce, Veterans Administration and the
Navy Transition Siteiinun.



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Health Benefits Law a o. > 1 f A .il 1


aids civilian employees


Jax Public Law 93-246, approved Jan. 31, amends the Federal ,r Mdy
Employees Health Benefits Law to make the following two major I
changes relating to premiums which are of immediate interest to
federal employees, annuitants and agencies:
1. The government contribution for 1974 is increased from 40 to 50
percent of the unweighted average high-option premiums of the six .
largest plans. The effective date of this change is the first day of the PbS
first pay period which begins on or after Jan. 1, 1974. (For 1975, and
each year thereafter, the Government contribution will be 60 percentof
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this average.)
2. The maximum Government contribution for any particular planor
option is increased from 50 percent to 75 percent of the total Tk _
premium for that plan or option.
The law also makes these additional changes: --
A. Permits retirees and survivor annuitants who participate in or THE FIRST 3-YEAR CONTRACT to be negotiated between NARF and the National Association of
are eligible to participate in the Retired Federal Employees Health Government Inspectors (NAGI!) is signed by Capt. C.E Boeing, NARF C.O. Looking on are (L-R):
Benefits Program to enroll in the Federal Employees Health Benefits L.R. Barilla, Quality and Reliability Assurance Supt.; D. Worsowicx, Labor Relations Supt./ T.L.
Program. Boehmer, management member, J.F. O'Connell, labor management relations spcialist; J.W.
This change will become effective no later than July 30, 1974. Tweeddale, chief negotiator for management; F.M. O'Laughlin, National President of Government
The Civil Service Commission (and other agencies which administer Inspectors; F. Owens and A. Nabors, members of the NAGI negotiating team. (Photo By Tom

retirement systems) will, as soon as possible,provide information to Hansen)
these eligible retirees and survivor annuitants as to how they may
enroll Program.in a plan under the Federal Employees Health Benefits House passes flight pay billJaxThe

B. The Law also requires a participating health benefits carrier to House of years as currently required.All her twelfth year of commissioned
pay for or provide a service or supply if the Commission finds that the Representatives has passed the aviation officers would service to qualify for continuous
individual is entitled thereto under the terms of its contract with the Aviation Career Incentive Act of come under the new flight pay entitlement to flight pay until the
carrier.(This incorporates an existing practice into the health benefits 1974 which would, if later passedby system immediately upon eighteenth year.
law.) the Senate and signed into law, enactment of the bill. At that point ((18 years) the
No additional open season will be held a's a result of these changes.The make significant changes in the A "Save Pay" provision wouldbe individual would be required to
next currently scheduled open season is Nov. 15-30,1974. present military flight pay in force for three years after have at least nine years of
system. enactment at the new rate of $165 operational flying to qualify for
Among the main features of the per month. continuous pay until completionof
SPEAKEASYTOPLESS Bill (H.R. 12670)) are the Flight surgeons would be excluded the 22nd year of commissioned
following: from receiving flight service.If .
Aviation pay would be based on career incentive pay except whilein the individual had 11 years of
years of aviation service rather an operational flying operational flying at the 18 year
than on rank or longevity. assignment. point, he would qualify for a full
.. Payment of the maximum rate of Controls were added to the 25 years of aviation career pay.
El Bartenders,Waitresses flight pay, $245 per month, would flight pay system to require the Now that the flight pay bill has
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SPECIAL DELIVERY-Newman R. Willis responds to a flight line
special order by personally delivering the needed parts from NARF's '
Production Control Division. Mr. Willis is retiring today after com. SAVE $10 on this handsome
pleting 54 years of combined Navy active duty and civil service. Contemporary Reclina-Rocker

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Doris M.Card T:
Jax-A Jacksonville man who enlisted in the Navy at age 16 with his I .
. parent's permission was honored today at the close of a 54-year naval

career.Capt. C.E. Boeing, NARF Commanding Officer, presented awards A i'fhy"r
from the Secretary of the Navy and a plaque from the local commandto
Newman R. Willis at a retirement ceremony attended by membersof n
Willis' family. < N :gym

"I joined the Navy to further my medical career", Mr. Willis said,
appearing much younger than his 71 years..His brief experience as a
hospital apprentice shortly after the close of World War I ended, c
however,when he was assigned to a battleship and billeted in the fire

control His first area.shipboard experience introduced him to the opportunities I) # \4N -Id
available in the aviation rates, and in 1922 he qualified as an Aviation
Rigger with squadron duty with VO a. _
Enthusiasm for his work resulted in steady advancement and he _
became a Chief Aviation Metalsmith in 1932. Promotion to Warrant <'. .
Officer and then to Ensign in 1941 prepared him for the role he was to 9
playas a naval officer during World War II. iI" ., gMga
"We set up camp for a minor engine repair at the Naval Facility,
Guadalcanal,"he recalled, and enemy planes passed over frequently, COMPLETE HOMEFURNISHINGS
sending the American Navymen to the protection of trenches which : i !
were used as bomb shelters. When the "all clear" sounded, it was e.

business. as usual. t ALL NAME BRANDS!
Mr. Willis was assigned to the Jacksonville area in 1944 as a Navy A
Lieutenant in the NAS Jax Assembly and Repair Department,
NARF's predecessor.For .
three years he served as multiple division officer, supervising
hundreds of military and civilian employees. In 1955 he retired from
active duty with 34.5 years of service.
Soon after retirement,he returned here and was hired as a civilian e

employee.His .
second Navy career ended today as he rounded out nearly 19
years in NARF's Production Control Division.
Physical and mental vitality have played a large role in Mr. Willis's 7 } Se
formula for success. "I've always been interested in sports," he said,
"especially handball, volleyball and tennis."
"
His most recent interest has been attending an upholstering course,
a skill which he learned years ago in the Navy.He plans to do a limited
amount of upholstering in his home workshop, "but my wife doesn't
want me to get too busy'Mr.Willis said with a twinkle in his eye.
Retirement will mean time to travel and visit with family and
friends, keeping up with news and current events, which gives him
particular pleasure,and a more leasurely way of life after turning off NOW ONLY$159 NOWONLYl89 NOW ONLY'' $169
the alarm clock for more than half a century.
Other members of the Willis family will carry on the Navy tradition. Starting tomorrow, that La-Z-Boy Reel Ina-Rocker you've been promising your self
A son,R.E.Willis,an ex-Navy man,works in NARF's Facility Repair "some day" can be yours-and at Greater Savings I Our rare and rewarding Sale is
Branch and another son is a Lieutenant Commander in the Naval_ your opportunity to come In and choose your particular lap of.luxury.any of the La-Z-
Reserve.. Boy Recllna-Rockers shown here are a wide, wide range of textures, or vinyls.
He also speaks with pride of a 17-year old granddaughter who Whichever you choose,you know you have the best the recliner backed by a Lifetime
enrolled in a Navy Reserve Unit while in high school and plans a Navy WarrantyDon't settle for an Imitation come In for the real thing, La-Z-Boy, at these
career after graduating from college. special savingsl
Believing that creative needs must be fulfilled, Mr. Willis says, "I *
La-Z-Boy will repair or,at Its option,replace a reclining mechanism or any working part thereof,
like to keep busy." without charge,except cost of packing and shipping this offer good at any time. : ? ', .,..
His remarkable record proves that his philosophy works

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I Your Navy Exchange. in March ?wa r .f P .a -

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Jax Spring is in the air, and will be featured. Due to the denim shortage, a
it's the time of the year when Keep an eye out for infants' and synthetic denim fabric will serveas
families go about the business of toddlers' playwear, diaper sets, a substitute. Synthetics also
freshening up their homes. The boys' and girls' shorts and slack permit a leather-like western ,< ,L
Navy Exchange is stocked with sets, girls' sleepwear and appearance coupled with greater "\',';,"
just about everything you'll needto swimwear selling for under $3.25. summer comfort.Complementing. t\; \".
help get rid of Winter's ac Your Navy Exchange will be this ensemble,
cumulation of dust, soil and introducing many of these items, the Fashion Man puts it all
refuse. and more, as soon as they are together with appropriate boots
Whether it's cleaning solutions, received. and belt. Check the Navy Exchange
brushes, mops, paint or refuse "Go Western," says the men's department for
containers, you'll find that your Fashion Man. The cowboy look these and other current fashions.If .
Exchange prices are hard to has really come into its own, and
beat. the western influence is makingits you were born during the
windy month of March, chances .
Responding to customer mark in a full range of men's
demand,added emphasis is being attire. are that your sign is Pisces. Your
birthstone is the aquamarine and
placed on budget merchandise at More and more, you'll be
the Navy Exchange. This Spring seeing shirts with yoke shoulders the jonquil or daffodil is the
and Summer the children's plus designed pockets and cuffs. honored flower. If you or your
department will be one of the The handstiched look will prevailon favorite person were ushered in
where lower on the winds of March, the Navy
areas priced goods shirts, jackets and pants.
Exchange jewelry departmentcan
more than likely come up

VA-203 switching to A7sJax with occasion.just the right token for the


In a continuing effort to provide the Naval Reserve with Ladies, blustery winds
the most up-to-date equipment, Reserve Attack Squadron (VA-203) shouldn't prevent you from
based here,has become the first East Coast reserve squadron to begin putting your best face forward. In
transition to the A-7 Corsair II. addition to a generous variety of

Cdr. Bobby S. Morgan, the squadron's skipper, recently became the lotions and cremes, the NEX _._-- '-'-
first officer in the squadron to complete transition training in the A-7 cosmetic department has a large VP V.I.P.-RAdm. Harold G. Rich, Commander Patrol Wings, U.S.
: with VA-174 at NAS Cecil Field. selection of lipsticks, lashes and Atlantic Fleet, recently visited the "Eagles" of VP-U in Sigonella,
VA-203 will continue transition training during this year. makeup for a bright Spring ap Sicily to get a first-hand look at Mediterranean ASW operations.
The Department of Defense policy to provide the Naval Reserve pearance. Your Exchange also RAdm. Rich also visited the squadron's detachment in Souda Bay,
with the latest equipment available is designed to align the operational periodically stages makeup Crete. The "Eagles"are in the middle of a five-month deployment to
capability of the Reserve and active forces to carry out the "OneNavy" demonstrations by leading Sigonella and are expected to return home to Jacksonville in early
concept. cosmetic companies. May.


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I Spare gas cans may end your fuel crisisWarnings


of spot gasoline left the engine running, moved to In a compartment the vapors that carrying any spare cans of Keep your windows open for
shortages have prompted many a safe distance and waited. ultimately reach explosive pro- gasoline regularly is dangerous. good ventilation.
motorists to carry spare cans of WITHIN 20 MINUTES THE portions which need only some However, if you must carry Avoid smoking in the car.
gas to prevent being stranded entire back of the car exploded, ignition source-a defect in the extra gasoline in your car, follow
along the road. according to the story recently reported ignition or a short In the tail-light these precautions: Use a small safety con
The practice may save delays by the Workmen's Com- circuit-to touch off an explosion. tainer-no 'more than one
and harried tempers, but it could pensation Board of Alberta Extra cans of gasoline, if they Use only a contained approved gallon-and keep it in the car as
cost your life, safety officials Canada. must be carried, may be stored by a recognized testing short a time as possible.
warn. Why? The safety container is outside on pick-ups and trucks authority
To prove their point, they cite designed to breathe, As the trunk without any difficulty. The big Carry the approved safetycan 'Dragons'lend
the experience of two experimenters became warmer, the gasoline hazard potential is the passengercar in the back seat. Don't carry it
who placed a safety can full generated enough pressure to with its enclosed trunk. up front with the driver or in an
of gasoline in the trunk of a car, force vapors out past the cap. SAFETY EXPERTS WARN enclosed trunk. handin


'. rescue

I : Jax-Thanks to an assist from
THE 197'IVOLVO the "Dragons" of VP-56, an
elderly man and his son are
safely ashore today after being
missing for two days in the


: IS SIX CARS IN ONE. Atlantic.Thompson VP-56 Crew received 4, led by the Lt.call Merle for

assistance from COMPATWING
11 and took to the air as soon as
they had been bri.-'ed on the
ALL VOLVOS. search area.
A Coast Guard HU-16 locatedthe
22-foot craft about 130 miles
At Volvo we think it takes more than impressive east of St. Augustine, but they
features to make an impressive car. needed the P-3C's com
It takes years of making those features munications capabilities to
.
work together.So vector in a Coast Guard cutter to
when we designed the 1974 Volvo, make the actual rescue.
we started with a unitized body Crew Four furnished this ser
'. construction developed thirty years vice and remained on station
ago for our Volvo ,beauseit's until the situation was under
; ?till one of the strongest -, complete control.In .
... : tW o su i. .know of. ...-::;"" addition to Lt, Thompson,
,,"" We use disc brakes for r Crew 4 includes: Ltjg( ) Roger
"::- their stubborn resistance to f fading.As well as Getty copilot; Lt. Tony Broyles,
t an ort opediclll '-engineered seat built to ( 3rd pilot; Ltjg( ) Larry
j.' adjust for optimum back support.Both the Schumann TACCO; WO Bill
: JL legacy of the \ >,_ Moore, NAVCOM: ADJ2 Ed
Years ago we introduced fuel Matteson, flight engineer;
injectioninoursportscarto eitsengLw -**. Volvo 1900 AMHAN T.J. Young, 2nd mech.;
the most efficient mixture of fuel and air. AWC George Roberts and AWCM
And equipped our luxury sedan with Homer Fritz; ATI Bill Foster,
g radial tires to enhance its road-holding inflight technician; and A01
capabilities.You'll find fuel injectionand "Rudi" Rudicill, ordnanceman.
radial tires on this\ear's
b Volvo 141.
Volvo 13VotioM And recent Go\'emment
safety.equirements aren't recent to Finance
us.Our Vol\0544,for example,was the -
-, first mass-produced car to come with closed
three-point seat belts as standard
f equipment.Later we created the Volvo March 5

Experimental Safety Vehicle: Jax The Navy Finance
) am,' ,") an entire car devoted to safe)'. -_ nmenul Office here, as well as its
.,
J L.._- With features like stronger bump .?* .? Softy Vfhtcb Branch Offices at NS
steel anti-intrusion bars in the doors. Mayport and the Naval
Butsafetyismorethan'ustexperimental .. Hospital, will be closed for
at Volvo.For 1974 we've regular business March 5.
addedfiveimportantsafetyfeaturesthatno This includes telephone
fi'. ,., other Volvo has ever had: inquiries.The .
t .r ,, A warning light Volvo 144 closing is due to
.. that can help protect extensive reporting of FY
\ou from accidents caused by burned out 74 Military Pay Navy
headlights or taillights. (MPN) expenditures
\.. A repositioned fuel tank designed required by a SecNav
to be less vulnerable in an accident. message.
As well as better visibility; Emergencies may be
more collision protection and referred to the Officer
t;'. an even stronger body. (r'" Assistant at Ext. 2362.
; H; After( all,we wouldn't o Any inconveniencecaused
1':11" want a tradition like ours to by this action is
;.' '; stand in the way of progress.I sincerely regretted by the
.4.4 Navy Finance Office
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function

Several weeks ago we presented a recipe for fish chowder
Jax-"Creativity" will be the which we hoped would solve the problem of what to do with all these
theme for the Jacksonville Officers .,, ( fish left over from a good day's fishing.
Wives' Club's March ,, .,';;\:" This week we offer a different variation which we will refer to as
Function. "fish stew".
VP-56, HC-2, HS-15 and NAS ; A ..;.,' Fish Stew
will be hosting Mrs. Ann Kenyon, r <"I INGREDIENTS: 1 pound fish fillets (fresh or frozen), 1 cup chopped
an artist and drawing instructor. onions,one-third cup melted fat, 1 can tomatoes ((1 pound, 12 ounces),2
Mrs. Kenyon has worked for a : cups potatoes (cut into small pieces, 1 cup water, one-quarter cup
major department store chain as .} catsup,salt to taste,pepper to taste, 1 can mixed vegetables((1 pound).
a fashion artist and has furnished :;.. Skin fillets and cut them into pieces about an inch square.Sauteeonions
4; in fat until cooked. Add tomatoes water and
courtroom sketches to one of the potatoes, catsup.
local television stations. Cover and cook slowly for 30 minutes.
She is presently working on the Salt and pepper(o taste. Add fish and mixed vegetables. Cover and
program tor this year's Sym simmer about 15 minutes or until the potatoes are done. Makes six

phony Guild Decorators' Show servings.
House. 0
Although she's won first place 'w'H q JF WITHOUT ADVERTISING YOU WOULDN'T KNOW
in both oil and water color
painting, her greatest interest NVP --
and enthusiasm is in water color t I
portraits and she's
one of the few
local artists with this talent. -45's TOP SAILOR-AW2 Lonny M. Barnhart has been selected
Mrs. Kenyon will be speaking VP-45's Sailor of the Year for 1973. A former Sailor of the Quarter,
to the JOWC on Wednesday, Petty Officer Barnhart was cited for exemplary behavior,
March 6, at 11 a.m. in the NAS professional excellence and outstanding leadership qualities while PERPETUAL
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The wives may enjoy watching and ASW air crewmembers .
Mrs. Kenyon at work while they
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68 CHEVY CAMEROATR&HAC, Nice Car $1295 --
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73 DATSUN 2dr.Coupe,4speedR&HVinal Roof, Up to 30m lies
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THE 70 TOYOTA CORONA AT,4dr. Sharp $1495
71 VEGA Like New,4speedR&HAC $1995 Savings and loan associationof

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Top,Nice $1695 JacksonvilleSavings

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PHONE 772.0500 LARGEST SELECTION OF Adams and Julia 1815 N.Myrtle Ave.

ECONOMY CARS IN JACKSONVILLE PH.3548443SOUTHWEST PH.356-4175

. BRANCH FIVE POINTS BRANCH
Large Selection of Cedar Hills Shopping Center 803 Lomax Street
CUSTOM & READY- PH.771.0422 PH.358.1204NORTHSIDE
MADE FRAMES USiED CAR RHONE 389-6668

MIRRORS BRANCH REGENCYSQUARE BRANCH
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PAINTINGS PH.7655538NORMANDY PH.7251270UNIVERSITY
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I CMl Story is CBU-410's Man of the Year I


.eu e e Construction; Mechanic First Class John B. Story is CBU-llo's
Seabee of the Year for 1974.
? In a ceremony conducted by Lt 7r : CBIM10, CMl Story received a Letter of. Commendation and
-:: recognition as his command's outstanding Seabee of the Year.
An 8 year veteran, CMl Story is assigned as Chief Mechanic for the
t -7 a L :G- 45 man Unit. CMl Story has overall maintenance control over the 39
__ I pieces of heavy construction and automotive equipment assigned to
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the unit for use in the Navy's Self-Help programs. Prior to reportingto
CBIM10 for duty CMl Story was assigned to NMCB40.In .
hisLetterof Commendation,LTjg( ) Howell stated in part: "Your
intimate knowledge of the Construction Mechanic rating combinedwith
your conscientious application of self to responsibilities has
greatly furthered the Unit's job accomplishments."
"Through your businesslike, diplomatic, quiet unassuming manner
you have emerged as a natural leader in promoting greatly improved
0 working relationships among subordinates and peers, molding them
into a flexible team. You have demonstrated the ability to respond
ct calmly and effectively in key situations, restoring full equipment
potential when it appeared as though no further work progress was
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inevitable.
In conclusion Ltjg( ) Howell{ stated: "Your accomplishments are
recognized as one of the Unit's most prized assets and have greatly
contributed thereby to an improved way of life for all Navymen and

their families". .
CMl Story's wife Lydia and three children, Evelyn, Mechelle and
John Jr. reside in Augusta, Ga.
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II. KEEPS 'EM ROLLIN'-CM1 John Store has nine other Seabees working under him at CBU410. -------- /-
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sometimes the Seabee motto, "Can do,"gets to be a bit of a burden.

Falls SIZE BLACK FET
l B78.13 $14.98 $1.81 ATTENTION
It ? '( C78.13 15.49 1.93 :
til Persuader E78.14 15.98 2.22F78.14
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G78.14 16.98 17.98 2.37 2.53 Mazda rotaryenginewarranty

4-PLY H78.14 18.98 2.75
E78.15* 15.98 2.29

Polyester G78.15.H78.15 17.98 18.98 2.60 2.80 24,000 miles or 24 months

___ Cord 178.\S\ 3.01 ,
Whitewalls Slightly Higher how about that?
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UNIROYAL 'ZETA' 40.MSTEELRADIALS All only $3598 ____ NEW 1974MAZDA
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don't know me and proba there. There's a false sense of In many cases those involved information in a safe place. kind of deal!

bly you've never seen me. You security there, I guess. Someone could not identify their property Keep your wall lockers and foot
might have been around, though, always leaves his lockers locked whenever 13 GREMLIN
locker open after it was stolen. They couldn'tgive you are
when I did my thing. I've been when he Economical[ I cyl IT! PS iffUN ,
not physically In
goes to chow, or he serial numbers or even re- present your .WW etc.sLltiu28A95RANrr.
everywhere. I've lived in your thinks his wallet is safe in his member brand names. It's hard to area.

barracks and worked in your of. shaving kit while he takes a recover a stolen article if you don't Report all thefts immediately.
fice. I've gone to the field with you shower. Keep all out of
Hardly anyone leaves know what you're looking for. strangers your 71 MATADOR
and been aboard ship and plane money on his rack anymore, but For your protection, here are barracks. 4dr ted.VI.AT.power steer
withyou. I've even gone on liberty now and then I still find a wallet some common sense reminders to iv IN etc NuN mime J'
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today I'm known as "Rip-Off". decks, are always available. In you are at the cashier's win This compact Dodge equipped''
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easy to my thing fact, any item that I find unattended
around people in uniform because can be ripped off. Of dow.Write down the serial numbersof SELECT UStD CAR WARRANTY

sooner or later they get careless. course, when I get piece of gear large bills and keep the list in a '2495

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week the guy in the next room left hate to see them mark their gear.I keep only what you need. Put the SELECT USED CAR WARRANTY
his wallet in his trousers hangingon I wish the first sergeant didn't remainder in the bank or send it '2795

the foot of his rack. I don't haveto have that electric engraver. You home by postal money order.

be a professional to score in a can mark all their hardware with Mark all your property. Put your 13 MATADOR

case like that. it-radios, watches, tape decks, Social Security account numberon 4 it, sed. IT. PS. nr. Ill
even wedding rings. Makes it all valuable items. uyl. root h mileage
SELECT USED CAR WARRANTY
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barracks-for some reason military there's always someone radios, cameras, or tape decks, 1 I 1'
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I : If you think it's cold in Jacksonville. .



By Ltjg( ) Tom Jemison
VP-56 PAO

Jax--Just before Washington's Birthday, a VP-56 crew
had the good fortune to be tasked to land at Canadian
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Forces Base, Greenwood, Nova Scotia to provide a
+f "'" representative of the P-3C community during Green-.
'- wood's winter carnival.
The "Dragons" crew found the winter sports to be a
,; welcome change of pace, and the Canadians proved to
:' >" be worthy rivals in indoor sports.
Although the"Dragons" crew couldn't bring any snow
,.
back to Jacksonville, they wanted to share ,these
photographs with anyone here who lives by the.slogan,
"Think Snow".
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h WASN'T ALL FUN-SGT. Jack Maw, a Canadian on exchange
duty with the VP-56 "Dragons", might have had Florida weather on
his mind as he worked on the aircraft in snow and 5 degree weather




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HAPPY HOUR 1111 ORANGE &

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Our concept Is a simple one-a hearty drink,
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Open Monday thru Saturday 240 Motel Rooms by waiters In an Intimate dining room.
Sundays til Midnight
GREAT FOODI..ALWAYS! Color TV r -
HAPPY HOUR DAILY 5 til7PM
.. 2 Swimming Pools
:m.j! ) ;J :: DRINKS AT HALF-PRICE!

US 17 at 1.295 ORANGE PARK PHONE 264.9513 ROOSEVELTMALLHIGHWAY( 17)

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I -RETURNING THE FAVOR-PNSN Baugus,AN Carl Taylor and AA
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DOES get cold on those snowmobiles.
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"HERB THE HOOD" Canadian Warrant Officer Hank Baak, on
I exchange duty with VP-So1, exchanges pleasantries with "Herb the r ,
Hood",Greenwood's base. commander.

Let us help you


THE HAREM *

payoff those bills.

Open 4PM!
ALL NEWTOPLESS DANCERS "-
TOPLESS GO-G04PM.2AM
Raised Show Bar
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YES t If your monthly bills are beginning to take control,you need help with a
Jax Navy Federal Credit Union consolidation loan. It's the easy way to
eliminate numerous high Interest rate loans to.department ,stores,
military discountLaura finance companies,and banks. Our low Interest loans can actually save
you money on those bills.A .

at Duval
Jax Navy Federal Credit Union consolidation loan won't get you out of
owing money,but It makes It so much easier. Let us help..come In todayto
-Beach Boulevard find out how to take control of your money again.

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ROOSEVELT MALL HAS CECIL FIELD,lltffl It
HAS JA%.Bldg If PHONE M4.1391 '
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I Recycling rules simpleDo k r' ;, :'

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your share to t fight pollution. Glass: Any clear green or r- m
Don't throw everything a\vay.: brown glass j jar or bottle is recyclable -
separate the recyclables. Know (Blue glass and opaque
what they are: white glass is not recyclable) wv9CAIl
Paper Products: Newspapers Jars and bottles slwuld be rinsed .. a rv
magazines computer paper and have metal or plastic lids .
paper bags, letters cardboard. and/or rings remoxed Labels #k ? y6'i i e ... I IR Id It
(Waxed plastic-coated and car need not be removed Jars and
bon paper is not recyclable.) bottles should be separated by 44
Paper clips and metal fasteners color \when deposited. : \i .
with the exception of small staples Cans:All types of metal cans are 1 t : \.
should be removed prior to recyclable. At the moment odds y I
deposit. Paper should be securedin and ends pieces of metal cannotbe ,
boxes paper bags or securely used. Tin cans should have top :. 1 :
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Furniture Boats Cars, etc. airy r 0 ,P

YOUR OWN DOOR AND KEY
WITH 24hr.:: ACCESS
MONTHLY RATES OR LONGER
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JACKSONVILLE STOR-IT PARK
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6281 POWERS AVE. PHONE 737-9644 E'ED-A CAR? Prospective customers! check out the bargains offered at the Navy Exchange's new
car rental service, located near the tower in Bldg. 118. Open 24 hours a day, the Exchange has ap-
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proximately 20 rental cars available in several sizes. To reserve a car or get additional information,

RICKMAN BSA..Parts..Sales.-Service..BIRD: MINICYCLESI call Ext. 2678.CPO .

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wives QUESTIONS


set meeting i A BOUT LOANS?


I NJJaxThe Chief Petty VttiLL ANSWER THEItNo
Officers Wives Club will

hold meeting their Monday regular, March monthly 4, ( 1; names. No I sales pitches.)

at the NAS Jax CPO Club

starting'at 8 p.m. Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on
All wives of active or your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick,
ATLANTIC retired E-7 through E-9's courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor
are invited to attend.AMERICA'S talk shop unless you want us to.
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8209 .
ATLANTICBOULEVARD T j Y PHONE Dial Finance
v 725-5811 We don't want you to like us just for our money.
II 40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 e
5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895

4721 San Juan Ave. 384-2314 Cash to
1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764.2583 55,800
Sleiman Lone Star Center

6681 Arlington Rd. 724-9555


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FAVORITE PIZZABUY _
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GET
Why pay full price when you can get It for less?


73 DODGE MONACO2dr

r HTACATPSPBR&H, Vinyl Top


JprI.y1L 70 BUICK RIVIERAPS $3395
PB, AC, R&H

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PS, PB, AC
AM.FM Tape
Elect Seats & Windows
BRING THIS COUPON 69 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL I

2 Door Hardtop Loaded I $4095


FREE Ct6 Plzzalnn.t. $995. 69 FORD K TON

Pick-up truck, R&H
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MOZIAMUA CMUSI illS II so 1373 nos
Buy any giant, large or medium ONION CHIN otivi 1)5 113 10 10 373 3 73 3 337 33 69 OLDS 442 $1375

pizza at regular price HACK OUVIGKIN 1 115 190 27S 355 PS, PB, R&H, 3 Speed ,
and receive one pizza of the MUSHIOOMMM1IONI riwi I i 1)5I 45 205 10 i io: 4 io:
next smaller size with equal 155 210 320 .2:1: $995
Kir 155 210 330 .20
number of ingredients FREEI SAUSAGI 155 210 320 .20
CANADIAN' IACON 160 215 32S .2S 72 PAKAMOUNT
OVALID THRU MARCH 9, 1974 HOT JAIAPINO 1 1)5 fro 27S us
MOBILE HOME
ANCHOVY 145I 200 303 405
AT THE FOlLOWINC LOCATIONS S CHIISI S SAUSAGI I U 1 to 775 155 66 PONTIAC STARCHIEF 2 BR, unfurnished
*1 CMHSI S III' 133 I I to
775 155 4 Dr Sedan, PS, Set
PB, R&H Includes Up
4420 Blanding Blvd.IlllCeseryBlvd. 772.8000 PIZZA INN SMCIAIuir :1 f 5 20 170 45
t CMOMIO ONIONS' 170 2)02M 145 415 50 mile Rad.
743-4911
'" PIMIIONI t MUSHROOM 170 145 455
5222 Lenox Avenue 781-2641 MPPIIONI ctiiN ntSAUSACI m 170 2)0 145 415 $575
ft MUSHROOM 170 7)0 145 455HTM $5995
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\a YiSlin D i- J$ CALL: 387-3566 Movie Schedule

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Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
arriving too late for this deadline will be Tuesday for publication the >following' Thursday. AdS
strutted otherwise.. A check or Published the fOllowing week unless the Publisher is in
money order for the cost of the ad must be received. WITH the copy. ...
RATE: minimum charge (U lines
) ..$2.00 rer
Mail! to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.. 4565 SHIQlEY additional line ((4 words per l line) ...50c Thursday. Feb.:28"INTERVAL" Drama, Starring Ralph Bates

'--- AVE JACKSONVILLE 32210iii Drama and Kate O'Mara. "R" ((96 min.)

I Starring Merle Oberon and Monday, March 4

I EMPLOYMENT. i SINGER HELP OAK HILL Robert Wolders. "PG"' ((93 min.) "LADY ICE" Action Drama,
GOLDEN 8 SEW 3BR. Home with very large den, sep.
Only 4 Friday March 1 Starring Donald Sutherland and
TYPINGOR BOOKKEEPINGAT months old, with 4 drawer desk DR. Many Xtras. 18900.
MY HOME makes button holes sews on butters Louise T. Bailey "THE BOY FRIEND" Musical Jennifer O'Neill. "PG" ((92 min..)

5 Yrs, experience as a legal secretary knits & stretch fabrics. Ong $239.. Broker 771-3605 Comedy, Starring Twiggy and Tuesday, March 5

786 8023._ mo.Now, only 10 day$47.25 home cash trial or 8 pymts. $6 SUMMER CABINS Christopher Gable. "G" ((109 "PUBLIC ENEMY" ((1931

LIKE GIRLS H&N Sewing & Appliance Center INTH&SMOKIESNear : min.) Film Classic) Gangster Movie,

Call on the nicest girls In town full or 7271103rd Street Cherokee & Bryson City, N.C. Saturday, March 2 Starring James Cagney, Jean
part.time 786.7832. 1 Block West of 1.295 Paved Roads Good Water, Beautiful "THE OPTIMIST" Comedy Harlow and Joan Blondell "PG"
Scenery. For Permanent or Summer
PART-TIME JOB8A.M.12Noon.or5P.M..10P.M.S2.10 771-USO Homes. Jax. Beach; Phone 2 8383 or Drama, Starring Peter Sellers ((84 min.)
Open til 9
P.M. BRYSON City N.C. Phone 488-2714. and Donna Mullane. "PG" ((111 Wednesday, March 6

Hr 355.2741PART WANTEDTake FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS min.) "TALES THAT WITNESS
over. pymts. 54.wk, on comb CONTACTJoe Sunday, March 3> MADNESS" Horror Drama,
OR FULLTIME stereo radio Color TV brand new Ropiak (RET. "THE HORROR
NAVY) Realtor. OFFRANKENSTEIN" Starring Kim Novak and Jack
MECHANICSAfternoons. never delivered put in layaway by Associate
Representing Suspense Hawkins. "R" ((90 min.)
Saturdays or Full.time service person shipped out you can Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors
Jax Top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply In get for the bal. $298. on easy terms. OFFICE 771.8036 RES t 781. 7715
person to Mr. Foster, NIMNICHT Full-Factory Guaranty "
CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat Come see what a Bargain rRENTALS ,> '< .,:" I
Avenue. H&N Sewing & Appliance Center
_
7271 103rd Street ORANGE PARK POOL WATER 1 PHONE r
GREAT JOB 1 Block West of 1-295 2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn./ Dishwasher ANALYZED 264-4584
Earn $50.$75 per wk., working part. 771-1850 Drapes Carpets Elizabeth ai
time calling on single girls. Earn Open til 9 P.M. Apts. 771.1405 or 7713355. ..A'r

more with Incentive plan. Must be 2BR. FURN. ,
sharpl! Phone 7213600. BUYING U.S.SILVER Low rent, waterfront In exchange for
196 & earlier. Paying $2.35 for ea. help with elderly woman. 1764
SERVICEMANInside $U Face. Call 771.7052 for appt or Lakeshore Blvd.MOBILE. Now YOU can install your own in-ground
sales part.time weekdays & wrlnj Marnell Interprizes. P.O. Box
Sat., Earn extra $$$.$2.00 hr. to start. 7884 Jax.. Fla 32210. t l HOMES 1{. MARK SPITZ SPARTAN

Apply at 1506 Prudential Dr. ESKIMO SPITZ J-USTISS TRAilER PARK
PUPPIES
Solid white. Pure bred. $45. ea. 786- 1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS Clean modern SWIMMING POOL
OPPORTUNITY IN CAR EERSALES 9681 trailer and apts. 3893007.

Guaranteed salary during 2 yr SAVE MONEY...
COLONY MOBILE HOMES
CONFERENCE DESK LIKE NEW
training period. Top commission &
lucrative bonus. Good opportunity to Dbl. bed with mattress & box springs. Sales & Rentals 9359 103rd St. Call (your labor our tech)
start a second career for the retiring Excel Cond. Call 264.7757 aft. 4 P.M. 7710275. Photostating and notary .
service. OR we install...
military Call between
man. 9 A.M.
2 Air Condo Units (Financing Available)
1 P.M. 249 8219. RENT
LET YOUR
22,500 BTU Whirlpool AC nearly new 1rz
9,000 BTU Fedders Less than 25 hrs. BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT BID
WORKING MANAGERMust REQUIRED
use. Call anytime 7713253. DEPOSIT 688 KINGSLEY AVE
have good mechanical ability. SUMIT MOBILE HOMES
Starting salary over $10,000 plus profit """ 5210 Phil lips, Highway,733.9422 ORANGE PARK, FLA
I I REAL ESTATE ]t
sharing. Fast growing corporation. BRING THIS AD FOR $100.OFF
Write P.O. Box 14021, Jax. Fla. 32210.
TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE WE BUY AND SELL
COSMETIC CLERK Two up to twenty acre Tracts 5 mile GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES
In Venetia radius Cecil Field & I 1.295 2000.00 to Phone 388.4619TRANSPORTATION w
Apply person, Drugs, 5501
Roosevelt Blvd. 13.000.00 per acre. Prices are far 4bLAAv4h'v:
below near.future values. Call Tony | )!
I[ MISCELLANEOUS\| George 389.5514, Eve. 7711976. ..&.
TAKE UP PAYMENTSOn
WYNNE REAL TYOF FLORIDA Big Chief Say:
771-3211
A recorded message by Realtors Specialist 72 Chevrolet Impala
SCOTT EDWARDSTells Ext. 8244.
OAKHILL PARK I
you how to be a 3BR., 2BA., fncd yd.. Stv. & refrig., INTERNATIONAL SCOUTS .
I
DISC JOCKEY carpet & drapes near bases. Equity 16 to Choose from, 4 cylinder Hard top FREE WHEEL ALIGNMENT
Call 355-2944 any hour. Approved for 771-8747. Models (removable) 20,000 to 40,000 I
veterans. Columbia School of WE BUY EQUITIES miles. Ideal for sportsman secondcar & STATIC BALANCE WITH |
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not Prices start at $699 2509 Phillips
affiliated with CBS Inc. Course by Broker Louise T. Bailey *".3605 HiWay 3962025. Century 21 Imports. PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES
home study.
FOSHEEREALTY 1959 FORD 4DR.
LIVE CRABS Immediate cash for your equity none With 1975 Insp. sticker, good tires rf1'--
Wilford's Fish Camp too large or too small, radio w- front 8. rear speakers. $150. i SMOOTHRIDER ,

264 9707_ 388.1581 Broker or best offer 771-7397

/
AUTOAIR COND. SERVICE
Also home Central units & windowAC

Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 38I-SU1. PERFORMANCE

KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER Mustang till 4.PLY POLYESTER

Responsible party take up paymentsof

Wilson$7.00 Blvd.per,month.772.8936.Rayfield's_6437 .k'/\'i'/ \i 1":: WHITEWALL

NEW ZIGZAG SEWING MACHINEJust / '
out of layaway. Someone to ". \ 30.000 MILE ,

assume pymts. $68 Cash or $9.20 mo. O .. \ /
Call 3895591. GUARANTEE'F18x14

JEANS PROFESSIONAL
DANCE ACADEMY
Westconnett at 103rd & Orange Park,
Bellalr Civic Bldg.. Ballet, Tap, Toe, or 15 4 FOR *79'G78xl4
Jazz, Hula. Tahltlan, Baton, & /
Acrobatics. Register Now. 771-2521 or 15 4 FOR *8780H78xl4
771-5464. 778-3655. Children 8. Adults.

GEORGE'S KENNELS or 15 4 FOR $9995L78xl5

Dogs ft Cats Boarded
Pick-up &. delivery service since 1925. 4 FOR fi 07's
Grooming, training & shipping.
Visitors welcome Bankamerlcard & ..JUST ONE OF THE MANY :::14
Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 near Plus F.E.T. of 2.37 to 3.13
Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. MILEAGE MAKERS NOW AT
SOlS Edgewood Ct.,319-0044
PASSENGER TIRE GUARANTEE
COFFEEMUGSPERSONALIZED Guaranteed against all road hazards for the life of the original
INSIGNIA Custom tread. If tire fails, w* will, at our option, repair It free or
mugs and steins. All services. FREE replace It,charging only for the tread wear on a.pro-rata share
CATALOG. Military Supply Com. DUV of the current price plus tax.

pany, Box 286, Gainesville Florida Guaranteed against wear-out for a specific number of miles. If
32601. tread wears out In this p nod we will replace It. Charging for /
share of the current price, plus tax.
SINGER ZIGZAG mileage used on a pro-rat
Sewing machine 1973 model almost MOTORS Commercial vehicles excluded.
tike new. Makes buttonholes, sews on p4a
buttons designs, appliques does it all. 1616 CASSAT

Pay balance $64 or assume $9 per Ph:387-6541 1
month payments. Call 731-0197, ask for
Credit Manager. Will take trade. Free -
delivery no obligation._ TIRE COMPANY
FINANCINGFOR 1 F
SPECIAL / I+asllrtsuas: ,
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRSAll :::::_- 6PENB-6rM6fl-SAT.: I --
makes of sewing machines Call SERVICE PERSONNEL
389.5592.

NEARLY NEW
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT
Complete layout, all or any part of,
384-5678 or 246.8383. .
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...,,<. .. '.... ... ; J972 AMC MATADOR, All extras, For Sale: Rhomberg STEREO

.w..Tii. wFj;;;: ( T. -EJ car excellent Take condition over payments, great through family Garrard RECEIVER turntable with built-in FM

S Credit Union, Call Cruz Ext. 267 Multiplexer. Speakers Included.
A FREE PERSONAL. WAN r AD SERVICE or after 5:00: PM 778-0503 Call Woodruff 772-2831 or 2832
for Military and Civilian Employees('f NAS Ju and NA5 Cecil FieldI..ewa..a.atairaa..p.t. _

----- : p I ., For Sale GOODYEAR TIRE 700-

: U I 1969 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE 13 Belted Polyglas $10. Like New
FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM Call 771-3211 Ext 8134 Mon thru
Custom $1200 1971 Elcona
I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) i MOBILE HOME $100 & assume Frl 9-2 Ask for "Agnes"

786.2536
I Original 4 TIRES & WHEELS off

I 72 Plymouth 5 Lugs 18000 miles

I $40.00 396-6479
For Sale, 10 ACRES, Cleared,
.I Well .& Fenced White House, 8
Left & Right REAR FENDERSfor
miles from Cecil. $2,000 per acre,
VW Also a 3.7kw H.D. Power
PH 778.1721 after 1630
I TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW .1 Unit 115 Vac & 220 Vac. Good

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOURAD. Deal 387-0161 after 4pm

I Swap Wanted. To Cecil Field or
I
CAR POOL, Ride and Riders,
NAS Jax. Currently stationed at
Cedar Hills to NAS Post Office
i Name Office or activity to which assigned I Glynco, Ga. Homeport to Pen- Work hours 0800.1630 Mon-Frl
sacola in June. Call AMH2 H.K.
I Ron Christiansen 772-2148 or 786-
II Hobbs (collect) at 912437.6382 5181

Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I

I I Sako 300 WIN. MAGNUM Brand ,
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, le: Full For Sale CONSOLE STEREO
I military or civilian: employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I with AM-FM Radio Good Con. New Cheap at $200 264.8088
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank.rate, office or activity I dition $50.00 call I 771.3211 Ext 8239
to which he is assigned and office telephone. This
I 2. Free advertising in the .Vlee-T MARKET" 18,500 BTU Sears Air Conditionerwith
authentication and ad I
information is for only your
I will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housingfor should be worded independently of this information.S. cover, used $135.00 ; White
personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I
plushCARPET 9x12, used $80.00
I personal property, offers of or requests for rides to "New" Craig Model 3123 AUTO 8-
Dead!ine for receipt of advertising to appear In I Cecil Ext 571
and from work announcements of educational
; TRACK TAPE PLAYER with 2-
I the following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads
fired nonprofit I
courses by organizations or
arriving after that date will be placed in the 5" Speakers. $50.00 Campbell 771-
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted COUCH (Tuxedo) Perfect.
following week's edition. Ads will be run only onetime I
3211 Ext 676 398-3736 after
only if the words "PCS" (for military), or 5pm
I unless resubmitted as prescribed above. Zippered, quilted, cushions, seat
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the I
and back. Luscious pastel blue
Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the
.. calls will be accepted regarding I
Ii ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied No phone floral-deeper blue velvet welting.
by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR I CHILD'S I CAR SEATRatedsafest Orlg. $495.00 Firm $250.00 772-
NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide
I 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I by Consumer Reports. 7180
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed I Cost $30.00 new $12.50 289.7230
I in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No Free: Mlnature SHEPHERD
will be rejected./ more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I
I accepted. Female Pup, 8 Wks Old, 772-2591,
I
I 4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "F lee.T .White-gold BEDROOM SET 772-2379 (Lucas)
MARKET" Editor C-0 JAX AIR NEWS. Bldg. 1 1. .. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I Mattress set, two chests $150.00
I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business or which do not meet the above
OR I Stroller $5.00 Bell and Howell For Sale: 7 year old PINTO, 3
I requirements, will be rejected. The publisher
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor c-d AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I movie Camera, lights, projector year old SHETLAND MARE.
I 111, NAS Cecil Field Florida 32215. These forms screen $150.00 772.0400 Both Ponies. 1-284-9440 or 772-
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BABY CRIB and Mattress $15, 1967 OLDSMOBILE DELTA 88 For Sale: SHETLAND PONY

high chair $3, car seat $3, training 52,000 miles, ACPS, Beautiful $35.00 with saddle & Bridle 771- For Sale: 1965 FORD Excellent 72 LUV, 66 VW, 64 MERC, 40

I chair$3,264.8788 after 5:00: PM or Condition, owner transferred 264- 9695 SSgt. Byrd Condition, J Low mileage, new CHEV, 15ft Gr.umanCanoe, 5hp .

weekends- 8658 Cdr. Brady tires, Phone 778-1428 motor, lake Boat, .3887580

RIDE WANTED from Goldilocks Anytime

1968 LEMANS, 2 Dr HT, Air, PS, Spacious HOME 9 double lot with Lane Cedar Hills to Bldg 110,

Bucket Seats, Vinyl Top, 3 Spd attached rental income apart- 7:30.4PM: Home 781.0565 White-gold BEDROOM SET 1 Bedroom MOBILE HOME on 2

Floor Shift, Radials, Excellent ment Murray Hills $30,000 Call Work 772-3109 Four-poster, coil mattress, box Beautiful Landscaped Lots at

Shape LCDR Bailey 771-3211 Ext LCDRStover7723584or: 389-6977 mattress, twin size also two Halfmoon Lake 10 miles East of

588 or 384.6251 evenings HOUSE TRAILER 10x55, 1966 chests was $400.00 Sell $150.00 Silver Springs on Highway 110.

.......... 1973 VENTURA, 3spd, AC, Power Medallion Air Cond, Carpet and Phone 772-0400 $8500 Call Jax 771-8343

1973 Luxury LEMANS PONTIAC Steering, Front disc brakes, Furnished.$2,500 Call 282-5947

Under,warranty Take Over 11,000 miles, 16 mpg $200.00 cash 1973 12'x63' Freedom 2BR, 1 H.

payments. Thru NAS Credit and refinance Phone 778-0130 For Sale: Weber 45 DCOE for Ted Williams 7.5 H.P. FISHING BA, FURNISHED CH&A, Shed

t Union Being transfered, White 1275cc Sprite or Midget Jeff Days MOTOR with stand Excellent Skirted Washer-Dryer In nice
4 > Leather Interior, Blue Exterior Wanted to Buy, BOAT TRAILERto I 2928 Condition $225.00 cash Ph. 384- Park 781.9261

772.1352 handle a 16 ft. Boat 772-3046 or .... ..... 7809

f ...... ... 387-0161 Large Screen B&W T.V. Early
I'I
V American Console-Like New-$100
GREEN DRAPERIES for 5 16 Ib. Bowling Ball $10.00 772-2674

Windows $75, Chandlier $25, or 771.1095

Rollaway Bed $30, after 5.249.3225
12ft MINI.Fis-ti.'F.1 BER GLASS

CAR POOL, Ride or Riders, SAILBOAT A-l Condition, Little

Normandy Village to NAS Bldg Used. $325.00 771-5761 Rd, White

27NX( ) area. Work hours 0900 to & Blue Sail.CADDY .

1730 Mon-Frl Brian 772-2184
or
1960-Seemlngly A-l
781-3774 Shape. All Electric. 17 mpg on

Road. Factory Air. $225.00 771-
For Sale: 1971 PINTO or 1968 9129

FURY III Hardtop. Both In top
i condition.Low Mileage Phone 264-
2973 71 1 Ossa 175 STILETTO, Plastic

Tank and Fenders, No lights,
1973 Apollo MOBILE HOME runs good $300.00 Call CulbertsonExt

12x65 AC, Wash, Dry, Full 356 (Cecil Field).

Carpet, 2-BR, 2-bath, Wet Bar, .......--
% Set Up, 264-0349 after 5pm SWIMMING POOL-Above

1I ground, Used three years, Fifteen
50 8"Reg. CONCRETE BLOCK25c feet wide, four feet deep.

each 4 4'concrete Lintels 5.50 Needs new rubber liner. $40 Call
each 2 37"half sills$3.00 each 264- 771.7440Pussycot
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I How; to cut electric bills and save energy IDue

.
i.s I iii K \% ick; ti ...-.-, _
showers..
to the energy cutback the amount' needed. Reduce Prepare double or triple .0 Do not tl'llt.'at men when
within the Federal Governmentthis Cooking Energy: flame or lower setting once water amount ol food that requite long roasting largo items. It is 'unnecessary .
fiscal year, the support of all -Use pots or pans the same starts to boil. cooking time. It takes more and will wasu- st'\er.il
base employees is urgently sie as burner unit. This avoids -Use small quantity of water to energy to store and reheat than to minutes! of IWilt.I.Ilthtinlt. .
needed. cook vegetables start from scratch .
wasting heat and reduces heating Radio and
During Cold Weather time. Avoid overcooking food Small counter top appliances. television Kntrg\:
-On electric stoves, turn off a such skillets clikient
as are more
-Use '
Turn
oil'tlnnt'u'II' lights.
Draw shades blinds, and pots and pans with flat }
few minutes before food is com and use less than stoves.
bottoms energy
and A lOOu.itt hulhlelthuininulor.imonth
drapes after daylight-helps keep proper size lids. .
pletely cooked. The stored heat -For foods that
long
-When require about $2.
cold air out. boiling water, use only costs!' !'
Do not block radiators or air will continue to cook the food. cooking use the o\cn. It takes -Use' a lower watt hull ul! tll('
registers with furniture or less energy than stove top bur proper \oltage wherever practi
ners. cal. The bull costs less.! too.
drapes-blocking restricts circulation GUITAR PLAYERS O\en-peeping causes a large Turn oil radios! and televisions I.
and requires extra energy. heat loss and is not good for your when no one is listening" or
Set thermostat at about 70 cooking. watching,
degrees-this is a comfortable STUDIO ..
temperature and will save

energy.At night-lower. the thermostat l ... GUITARS Let
about five degrees.If / "%I" -K.AMPLIFIERSK. fl- GACp

you open a bedroom windowat "a' : INSTRUCTION
night-keep the bedroom door SalesRepa irsRenta Is
closed to prevent cold air from hit. Music& Accessories
the thermostat thermo. _. ::lIIlIlIIlIIt lIm .. _
ting : (OJIlJllljmM:; tJJlJIJjlllm JJIllIUIl Il"UI': ""Ulm I'
stat in bedroom, lower setting. _CLOSED WEDNESDAYS' _., AND SUNDAYS. t
:: .ilI.t:: ; a jingle <
Furnace filters should be kept .. ,
5525 LENOX
clean or changed as necessary-a '"-EjU AVENUE PHONE 781-1080 f fB
monthly check is a good idea. :::_: (Across from Piija Inn at Normandy Mall) .

If the basement, garage and
attic are not heated the doors
leading to them should be 'kept In your

closed to avoid wasting heat. JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST IN... .
In unused rooms-keep air reg.
isters and doors closed.
Water Heater Saunas I ITA\l.ltlltl

-Do not use hot water if warm
and cool water will do the job. FOOD>> dufflebag.
-Use cold water and de.
tergents to operate washer.Do .;-::- .---
EAT IN OR
not run hot water when .

washing dishes. TAKE OUT FAMILY RESTAURANT _.. -.., ,'..
.
Have dripping faucets .' ..... .-:r'..,.,"""-"''''-'

promptly repaired.Do t ')-<.L; ':..-

-H'.U-. '.'.''''not'.''''.'.',''''A'u''U.make steam.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.rooms...........,.,.......out........ .
& \ '.
rl
DOMINIONSRESTAURANT ,
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to. !,
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TIMUQUANATERRACE & tf'C9\ I .:"o....- \ ,:'uzMi: : : \ :


-S: t. \
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6403 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE 387.2621 .' {)
Apartments
(C/2 mile No. of Main Gate) \ nT1T i ,

Patios'Balconies HOURS: Sun.thru Wed.4PM-10PMThurs.Fri.Sat.4pm-12pm. (ft h..
Pool.WTW Carpet.DraPeS J .', / .. A. .... 1 .. '. I
Central Heat&Air J"":' .r. ....
..
x \
Appliances <
Modern Kitchen I' ,
Room .. \ '.
Laundry 13 ti '

1 BR FURNISHED sr- ( ::... I :}(JlI1

$120 up ifJI .', ..?;.. .,

2 BR FURNISHED YOU MAY NOT FALL IN LOVE

$170 up WITH OUR FURNITURE. \ ., .>.. -' -' J 1 '
2'/i miles from NAS Ju : '\
.: \ .
,!; .
10 miles from NAS Cecil \. .'/ ': )
.. .J .,1'... '-...-J f' ,
S)42 SEABOARD AVE. \
(Just off Timuquana) 4 : ,
PHONE 772-7104 .. .; '!' "J .,...1 : ,,no. ,
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The way prices are going right now-you may need
more money than "you thought you'd need. GAG

.J. wants to I lend you all the money you'll need to help
.
,
'
I ', beat prices and to buy the bargains you want before

they're gone.
You don't have to make a lot to borrow a lot at GAG.

The size of your loan depends on many things: the

car insurance bills you have or have had. What you own or want to

BUT. MOST PEOPLE DO. buy. The kind of work you do. And, because you

value anywhere wear a uniform, the kind of work you do rates very

high with GAG. A steady income makes it easier for

Frank H. Tally .you to get a loan. But, more important, GAG wantsto

serve you because you serve your country.
j6FURNITUREDgSiGtEiS
C.LU.
Whatever your needs, whatever

1645 Cassat Ave. the reason, let GAG put a jingle in

your dutflebag. II
Ph. 384-2226
A SUBSIDIARY OF BANKAMERICA CORPORATION
1--rtRiOR:
Q 5132 Standing Blvd. Q 3120 Atlantic: Blvd.
like a goodneighbor STATS 'AIM PARK AVENUE (HwV 17) 771-0940 398.8477Q :
taI 132') 1001 Park St. O 5555 Norwood Avenue
State FarmIs PARKA PR.\ btt-75':31.: 3SS-S4M 744-7763 FinanceI
I ORANGE. O 30 W. Duval St. O Highland Shopping Center -
there.'NIUUNC 355.2671 926 Dunn Ave.
.1' TJ 765.3563FEBRUARY
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Las .LaslrrrN.... 1'--------------
:
Vegas Night
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ii .

planned at O'ClubJax .. J ,
'tcS I'IaTrht): ,
1
tli it:tit:,,,) ,
-The NAS Jax Officers Club has scheduled a Las.Vegas Night .
!( J tiCL
57nPlli.: '
for March 9, featuring the Spurrlows. < ?
A 14-piece group consisting of six singers and eight musicians the )t.uu.pmm( "Lt

Spurrlows have appeared on the Merv Griffin Show and in Las Vegas. '.';". HAIiPFiiI >> :
The group will present two shows with the first one scheduled for
,I'
I
8:30: pm. __
A special dinner of steamboat round will be served in the dining \ -

room starting at 6:30: p.m. --
Cost for both the dinner and show will be$6 per person. Admission to L
see only the show will be$2 per person. 1I \
To make your reservation call the Officers Club at Ext. 3041 or 3042. rh" -
_

Mileage rates increasedJax t

J I
.
Mileage rates for use of privately owned vehicles by civilians : ,
have been increased as follows for travel on or after Feb.8.
A. Twelve cents per mile for temporary duty travel by privately > a
-
owned automobile or airplane .i<. ,
B. Eight cents per mile for temporary duty travel by privately :" !(.". .,

owned motorcycle _ilh t ii<,(>.''" .-. .. ___, ,
rr n' n..n
'.. \ C. Eight cents per mile for permanent change of station travel when c.
employee only or one member of immediate family occupies LETTER OF COMMENDATION-AMHC Jerrel L. Love (Right) is presented a Letter of Commendation -
automobileD. / by LCdr. J.R. Boatright, NAMTRADET Jax OinC. The Commendation was awarded for
Ten cents per mile for permanent change of station travel when Chief Love's superior performance as Line Division CPO with COMFITWING One during a recent
employee and one member or two members of immediate family Mediterranean deployment.
occupies automobileE.
Twelve cents per mile for permanent change of station travel CU election slated March 16The
when employee and two or more members,or three or more membersof
immediate family automobile.
occupy nominating committee of the opportunity to vote in the Board of Directors
Federal Travel Regulations have been changed to require that
the Jax Navy Federal Credit election. Edward L. Kelly, Lt., USN
consideration be given to energy conservation when selecting the
mode of travel. Union has selected thirteen According to F. Ray Forrest, NAS Jax; Ralph R. Story,
members to run for openings on chairman of the nominating Civilian Personnel Dept., NAS
the credit union's board of committee, the openings en the Jax; David J. Harwood Lt.,
I WE directors and credit committee.The board of directors will be filled by USN NAS Jax; Richard W.
I FINANCE election is scheduled for the four of the ten nominees and the Silbernagel, Data Processing,
Annual Meeting which will be openings on the credit committeewill NAS Jax; Richard J. Kemen
held Saturday, March 16th, at be filled by two of the three Plant Engineering, NARF;
SERVICEMEN 7:00: p.m.in the Civic Auditorium. nominees. Nominated for 'the Thomas W. Mincey, Production
All members attending will have positions are: Planning and Control, NARF;
...ON TOPLINE QUALITY NAME BRANDS John G. Cooke, Weapons
THAT YOU HAVE COME TO KNOWAND TRUST Division NARF, William Mel
TECHNICAL MARKETING REP. Ross, Retired, civil service;

IizIJArQ: Duncan P.' McGillivary, Capt.,
: INTERNATIONAL FIRM LEADE.R IN I 1 ITS FIELD WANTS YOU, IF YOU:
Tyfl .USN, NAS Jax; and' Rod D.
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li ., .: :', '1. ARE,"AN EX-JR. : :MILITARY OFFICER(or)... Pinney, Retired, civil service.' '

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Korea vets near end of GI Bill 1

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Post-Korean veterans are downto tional training. (flight training only when it is
about their last semester of generally accepted as necessaryto
Additional educational benefits
eligibility under the Gl Bill, but an attain recognized vocational
were added to the GI Bill in 1967. '
extra year remains for those in. objective.
thus the extension of the expira Applicants for (
terested in farm cooperative light training
tion date to 1975 for these ben
must valid
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the-job training, and those qualified efits. pilot's license and meet medical
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II FAPL wins in overtimeJaxThe BASKETBALL Air Ops vanquishestwo


Fleet Air Photo Lab Colone with 12 and Jerry Sampleswith STANDINGS
(FAPL) won its second game of 10 were also .in double L National rivalsJaxAir
the American Basketball season figures for FAPL.
last week and it came in the same Ed Brewly with 32. B.T. Hoff
manner as their first win in men with 20 and Bill Lemaster t\MEIUCAN LEAGUE Ops met two opponents HC-2 gave Ops a little more
overtime.. W. L in the National competition than HS-7 when they
: with 16 were high for IIS-1.
FAPL led liS-140-38at halftimebut VP-56 13 0 Basketball League last week and stayed within five points up to

allowed HS-1 to tie it up at 72- Number 2 still IIS-11 15 1 placed both of them in the ranks halftime but quickly lost ground
72 at the end of regulation play NDRC 11' 5 of the vanquished.By when Garry Pope started tossing .
before finally emerging vic- trying harderJaxThe AIMD 11 6 beating HS-7 81-38 and HC-2 in points for Air Ops in the second '

torious 86-84 in overtime. HS-15 9 4 90-67 Air Ops moved themselvesinto half.
Both teams finished the number one and VP-45 7 6 sole possession of third placein
game Pope finished the with 20
number two teams in the 679th 7 8 the league. game
with 38 field goals but FAPL took but 16 of those came in the second .'
the victory with a 10 for 23 National Basketball League IIS-1 5 10 Ops placed four men in double half and enabled Ops to widen \
showing at the line as comparedto locked horns last week and as a NATTC 4 10 figures in their victory over IIS-7 their win margin at the end.
HS-l's eight for 21. result VP-5 stayed number one FAPL 2 13 when Larry Williams scored 25, .
Vince Jakucenis with 30 points and FASO stayed number two. MPO 2 14 John Fruge 16, Garry Pope 14 and Pope received scoring support -

and Jerry Reynolds with 26 wereFAPL's Brady Bearden was the NATIONAL LEAGUE Barry Randolph 13. from Barry Randolph with 16,
that FASO HS-7 after with Johnny Goodwin with 13 and John
top. point men. Robert number one reason W L ending up only
stayed number two when he 18 points at halftime, finished Fruge with 12.
VP-5 14 1 .
HS-7 felled scored 44 points. lie scored 27 of FASO 11 5 with two men in double figures as HC-2's top scorers were Joe :
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those 44 in the first half to keep AIR OPS 10 4 Larry McBee and George Harden Fulbright with 20, Ed Clune with '

FASO at bay 49-40 at halftime. HS-7 9 7 both scored 12 points apiece. 19 and Dirk Wheeler with 10.FASO .

by NarjaxJaxThe Vic Slider tossed in 14 to supplement MARINE BKS 8 4

Bearden's totals. HAWKS 7 5 prevails HC2Don
last place NarJax FASO had two big scorers VW-4' 6 9 over
team took advantage of a themselves in the form of Don MEDICAL 9
manpower shortage on the HS-7 Johnson with 30 and Jim 5
MARTD 3 10 Jax--Second place in the Johnson and Jim Zukewich
team to secure their second win Both the
with
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NARJAX 13 American Basketball for
2 League helped ice the victory FASO
against 13 losses in the National
totals the
of their in
largest part
HC-2 1 12 hung on the balance last week with 32 and 20 points, respectively -
Basketball League last week.
first half with Johnson scoring 23 when met but his
FASO HC-2 FASO Willard Martin helped
HS-7 fell by a 49-36 score when
most of their regular team was and Zukewich 15. Pelicans halt managed to prevail and in the team pull away in the second half

lost to deployment committmentsbut process hang on to second place. when he scored 13 of his 17 points. -
HC-2 fell by an 83-66 score and
also because NarJax had HC-2 was led by Joe Fulbrightwith
MPO 8343JaxThe
Bruce Ackley with 16 points, D enabled FASO to stay a game anda 28,James Mader with 12 and
half ahead of third place Air
Darwin Bradley with 15 and Dennis Dougherty with 11.
David Lay with 10. Pelicans of VP-45 sent Ops. They didn't just hand over

Larry McBee with 16 and Mel the Military Personnel Office the victory, however, as they
Harvin with 12 were the major (MPO) down to defeat in the stayed within five points of FASOup HS-11 wins two

point makers for HS-7 American Basketball League last to the half way point in the
I week and at the same time sent game Jax- HS-11 ran their American

their record over the .500 percent Basketball League win total up to

mark.VP45's. 15 last week with a 92-82 win over
seventh win against six AIMD and a forfeit from
losses came 83-43 with the aid of Hospital.
ri; GO GO DANCERS 19 points from Rick Pruett, 16

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I Intramural BovlingStandings

intramural bowlers with. 605! .
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Jax -- Two 230 games Joe Munch of the Batmen other matches rolled In the
A\1EIUC\N: LEAGUIFACIFIC LEAGUE
two 600 sets
and
were rolled
a 201 and Ron league included the Rebels W L W L
rolled in the intramural Fetterhoff of the Six Packs three wins over the Bat- BUSCH{ LEAGUERS 13 3 ONES'S BUNCH{ 15 1
bowling leagues last week rolled a 216. men No. 2 team and Solex LATE CHARGERS 10 6 AD COPS 14 2
with Ron Smith of the CONTINENTAL PSSSSST 9'2 SPLITMAKERS No1. 11 9
5's three wins over the HURRICANES 9 7 CPOs 11
Solex 5 team in the 9
LEAGUEThe Marine Barracks. NFO 10
8 8 TRIPPERS 6
National League laying GEMS swept all Big games included TEXACO STARS 712 8b; HiGH LIFERS 9 '11
claim to one of those big four from Help for the only Henry Grom's 205 for HC2 SEA KINGS 7 9 PELICANS 8. 8
games and the highest of sweep in the Continental Richard Moore's 204 for MARINE BKS No.2 6 10 BUSCH BUDS 6 10
the two 600 sets when he League while the Solex MAD FOXES No.3 5 11 MAD FOXES No.2. 5 11
5, Jimmy Cruthirds
RED.BARONS 5 11 FASO 4 16
rolled a 231 and a 605 set. Wreckers took three
from 223 for the Rebels, Elden HC-2No.2. 3
The other 230 was a 239 the Gaffers
Women's Lib Miller's 213 for the CONTINENTAL LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
by Clint Poulin of the Six took three from Rose's Lionhearts and Sherwood W L W L

Packs in the Atlantic Raiders. the Tunderboltstook Krause's 203 for the THUNDERBOLTS 15 5 LIONHEARTS 24 8
League and the other 600 three from the Lionhearts. GEMS 12 8 SOLEX 5 14 10
was James Forrester's 602 Screwballs and FICEUR 5 WRECKERS REBELS 12 12
for AFEES in the Atlantic split with the Zeros. PACIFIC LEAGUE' GAFFERS 12 8 PIN BUSTERS 11 9
HELP 11 9
GUTTER RATS 10 6
League. Forrester's 602 John Schuetz rolled There were no sweeps in FICEUR 5 8 12 MARINE BKS 10 10
included games of 210 and games of 214 and 204 for the Pacific League last ROSE'S RAIDERS 7 13 HC-2No.l 9 11

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i r. CECIL. SPORTSBASKETBALL I., 1 Lt. aviator Belew captures awardRADM


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VA-12 54-47.Spencer scored 14 for NAMTDNo.2 431z': 32>* Lawrence R. GElS degree dive bomb, LCDR Brent
Blackbirds wing by the VS-22. Young of VA-12 led all SUPPLY 41 35 presented the awards to the BENNETT of VA-83. night dive

Diamondcutters. VA-45 averaged scorers with 22 points, VA-45 VA-174 No. 1 40 36 Squadrons and individual winners bomb and LT John CASTOR of
20 points a quarter to beat VS-30 buried VS-24 79.41. Murray had GALLEY 39 37 of COMLATWING ONE VA-174, starfe. A special
82-67 for 2nd half championship. 26 for blackbirds. VA-174 took Bombing Derby 111-73 and once presentation was made at the end
Cliff Haasand, Tony Garrett VS-32 48-33. VA-105 continued High game NAMTD No. 2 951 again the Sunliners of VA-81 were of the ceremony to LT BELEW as
rebounded well controlling the their win streak handling VS-22 High series NAMTD No. 2 2,667 at the head of the receiving line. the winner of the Douglas F. .
boards and scoring 18 and 11 46-38. After a poor start the High individual game A. David VA-81 took both the top squadron MOW Professional Attack Aviator
points respectivelly. Gregory Gunslingers finished in a tie with 205, D. Rhode 205 honors and the overall invididual Award. This award is presentedto

Murray led all scorers with 20 AMD for 3rd who dropped a gameto High individual. series Jesse winner with LT Dave H. BELEW the winner of the LATWING
points. The difference in this ball VS22. Marines tuned up for Shelton 537 who had the best total score and a competition involving a comprehensive
game was the overall sparkling their game against VA-45 for the High games J. Shelton 203 bullseye in the laydown event. test the bombing

play of Tyree Williams. At the chmpionship beating FASO 96-67. Browne 201 Other individual winners were: derby, and a final radar-bomb
start of the 2nd half, Tyree Bruce Stecklair scored an unbelievable High series K. Harden 534, T. LT Chip Dudderar of VA-174.45 flyoff.
whipped out 4 consecutive 17 points in 4th quarterfor Salm 531Cathing
buckets before VS-30 got started a total of 30 points but it was up on three weeks y.
putting the Diamondcutters down too late. Reynolds had 27 pointsfor action. AIMD Avionics leads

by 20, a deficit they never could the Marines. VA-12 whipped BOQ by 4!.
overcome. Tyree scored 19 VS-32 6654. Moore scored 34 AIMDAVIONICS 484 194'

points, 10 in the 3rd quarter. Pete points in a losing cause for VS32. BOQ 46 26
Barr displayed his usual SOFTBALL OFFICIALS CPO 43 25
defensive skills plus 9 points. VS- Officials are still needed for ADMIN No. 1 424 254!
30 never really got there outside upcoming season. Contact station ADMIN No. 2. 42 26
shooters hot with exception of gym of Chief Hougham ext. 359. CLAW 1 37 35
Ben Strong who pumped in 14 DENTAL 32 36
points. Less Brown contributed TEAM STANDINGS ATLANTIC GAMD No. l 29 39

19 points, 11 in the final stanza. WEAPONS 28 40
Larry Hicks shot 6 out of 7 free WINTER BOWLING LEAGUE AIMD STAFF 25 47

throws and 5 buckets for 16 VA-45No.l 59 17 GEMD No.2 22 50

points. The Blackbirds now must VA-174 No.2 51 21 High games; tagman 232, $ I I
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CAPTAINS Eight-Ball Pocket Billiards Jax--Attention all military provide activities for dependentsaged Services, Building 620, such as
TAKE NOTE! Tournament on March 4-6. All dependents! A new program is six to 99. swimming lesson registrationand
Jax-There will be a meeting at active duty military personnelare being planned for you here at The Center will be located in tennis information will moveto
9:30: a.m. today (February eligible to compete.All NAS Jax. Building 523, the large hangar on the Dependent Recreation
28)) in King Hall (Bldg 563)) of all participants must sign up It is the new Dependent Birmingham Street and across Center.
enlisted Composite Recreation before March 3 at 4 p.m. Recreation Center which will from the Chief's Club. The The large hangar area will

Committee intramural Softball members and all "...............W....,...........".'..'.'-':<<<(>: ................................................."... building, which belonged to provide space for basketball,
Captains to W.'hW.' NATTC is being turned over to volleyball, ping pong, shuf-
discuss ways and means to get Special Services in the very near fleboard, badminton, etc. There
the softball fields into playing .1' TEE TALKJaxThe future. It is hoped that soon afterwards will be a game room set up for
condition for the season. It is the doors will swing checkers, chess, cards and
urged that all commands attend. open to all dependents. various games. The building will
SOFTBALL UMPIRES SOUGHT Planning and organizing has also provide meeting rooms for
Jax-All personnel interested in good weather con- Berv McAleer and Cookie been going on for some time many clubs and groups.
umpiring for the intramural tinues to afford the lady golfers a Kennedy (tie for 2nd); Third under the leadership of Mr. Andy The opening date and hours of
softball slow and fast pitch pleasant Tuesday on the golf Flight Kandie Spohnholtz ((1st) Andersen, Director, Dependent operation will be published as
leagues are asked to attend an course and on Tuesday, February and Dot Davis ((2nd). In this Nine Recreation Programs and soon as possible-along with information
organizational meeting on 12 they played a Shortest Nine Hole Group the Best Six winnerwas Related Services and Mrs. Diana on a Summer Day
Friday, March 1, at 4 p.m. For with the following winners: Grace Carrier and Lillian Marsh, Assistant Director.All Camp that is being planned and
more information on the meeting, Simpson had fewest putts.In dependent programs which coordinated through this
contact the Athletic Office at Ext. First FlightLucille Rae ((1st), the Mixed Event of have been handled at Special program.
3239. Marion Miller ((2nd) and Lillian -
February 17, Jean and Hal Davis
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NEEDED Second Flight Audrey Philips winning foursome with a net 57. NEED REAL ESTATE
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week. If you or anyone you know ((1st), Pat Oglesby, Laurie Klein, 5 will be the first roundof the field help you. We may be
might be interested, call Mrs. Evelyn Roberts (tied for second) the Spring Handicap Tour- number 1 In Central Florida,
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WOMEN HOSTING Group was Jo Hogrefe with will be posted in the Ladies
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ComTacAirLant basketball



'tl' tournament underway hereBy



I ''r:' Jackie Hunt The helo-squadron used 21 Hicks ((14)) and Ruddy Whitaker r
''I. Jax--The ComTacAirLant points by Mort McCarthy to tie ((10)).
G Basketball Tournament got VP-56 at 64-64 and six overtime Don Allen and Al Fararty led
I i underway Saturday with HS-11 free-throws,four by Bill Hoffman VA-12 with 25 and 18 points.
establishing itself as the team to to post the win.
I {i beat in the double elimination VP-56 eliminated VP-24 from
meet. VP-56, who is undefeated in the tourney running up the
intramural ball, had 36 points largest margin of victory in the
from Larry Rawlins. The final tourney, 39 points.
'. It, score was 7066.In .
II other action Saturday Brady The 56ers had 27 points from
Bearden tossed in 40 points, 23 in big Larry Rawlins in the 86-47 11 a
the second half, to lead VP-5 to a victory. The Batmen trailed by {I
''f. 73.72 win over VS-30. only 11 at the half 43-32, but could
score only 15 second half points.
r t-Ji VS-30 trailed by one at the half Ron Dannecker had 19 points for
35-34,and could come no closer as the losers.
V their leading scorer Les Brown
t and VA-45, both un
VA-105
((22 points) fouled out.
defeated,played a barn burner in LO.a.-............... ...---------n------ --
I VA.105'and VW-4 played a low Sunday's 3 p.m. game with '105
I scoring affair with '105 taking a winning 68-67. Grey Brubeck led
j 51-35 decision. Larry Dakin led '105 and all scorers with 27 points.
'105 with 20 points, while David Roy Garrett had 20 for '45.

Torrence had 10 for VW-4. The Mad Foxes of VP-5 ran into ANOTHER DRAGON BASKET-VP-56's Harry Robbins sinks two of
an even madder HS-11 and were his,25 points in the Dragons victory over VS-30. Looking on are Robbins -
:' VA-45 off set the scoring of VP- handed an 82-61 defeat. Livo Dragon teammatesTerry Brown and Larry Rawlings(22)( ). (Photo
24's Mark Sheldon ((33)) and Ron
by Jackie Hunt)
Capilla and Arthur Patterson led
Dannecker ((22)) with the tandem
scoring of Roy Garrett, Tyree HS-11 with 27 and 25 points, competitors for the championship Les Brown and Ben Strong had
Williams and Bill Davis ((26, 18 respectively. by bombing their 27 and 22 points for VS-30.
1 I and '10 points, respectively) and Brady Bearden had 17 for VP-5. second straight opponent after RVAH-5 handed VA-105 their
I It won their confrontation, 75-69. In Monday's first game VA-45 losing to HS-11 in the opening first tournament loss in Monday'sfinal
t sent VW-4 packing their bags in game. contest. Gerald Benetiz and
In Saturday's final game another close contest. Dennis Ron Lafferty each scored 14
RVAH-5 got 20 points from Leary of VW-4 led all scorers The Dragons axed VS-30 from points to pace RVAH'Ss 59-49
Gerald Benetiz and 18 from Paul with 25 points, but he came up the tournament by a runaway victory. Don McKeel added 12.
Bruner and defeated VA126059. the score of 9565. Again Larry
two points short as 45 won
contest 6361. Rawlins led the scoring, this time Pete Puerling and John Sanders *
VA-12 was eliminated from the dropping in 35 points, and con had 10 each for '105. In late
tourney in Sunday's first gameas Roy Garrett, Cliff Haas and trolling both boards. 21 of Big Tuesday action VA-45 defeated
TIP CONTROLLED.-VP-56 VS-30 defeated them 80-68, for Tyree Williams had 19,18 and 14 Larry's points came in the second VA-104 60-34, VP-56 dropped VP-5
controlled this tip as well as the their second loss. points in that order for VA-45. half. Another 56er big man, 80-64 and HS-11 defeated. RVAH-5
majority of the rest as they Harry Robbins, added 25 points by a score of 5047.
'l bombed VS-30 95-65 in Monday's VS-30 got 24 points from Ben VP-56 revealed their plans and helped Rawlins on the The finals will be played today
I action in the ComTacAirLant Strong. Also in double figures for challenging HS-11 and other boards. in King Hall at 2:30: p.m.
Basketball Tournament. (Photo were Les Brown (18), Larry
By Jackie Hunt). .
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