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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1974
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the past weeks I have been concentrating on how well
Navymen and women in the Greater Jax area are carrying on the

traditions of extending military courtesies.
rff : j : While noting proper rendering of military courtesies by most of our

t.. people most of the time, I nevertheless remain convinced we are not

doing a good enough job.
Recently SOPA Mayport came out with some sound words on this

t. __ subject part of which I paraphrase for emphasis:
"'11188{ Initiatives by the Chief of Naval Operations over the past few years
M have made the Navy more attractive by liberalizing certain aspects of
1 ir dress and grooming standards and eliminating demeaning

.: regulations.These .
steps modernized standards to permit the man and woman to

.. ,. ,, keep more closely in step with our changing society. They do not in any
way change the tradition of military courtesies, including customary
saluting and deference to seniors, nor do they condone the wearing of

torn or dirty uniforms.
Courtesies continue to be an integral part of our Navy; therefore,
strict observance is mandatory. Be sharp!
Admiral Forbes put his finger right on it. To be sharp means to look
and act shipshape: to render snappy salutes; to use the word "sir"; to
observe morning-evening colors properly; to board boats, planes,
i busses correctly; to come to attention when official cars with flags.
displayed pass by; and so on.
B + Speaking frankly, there is evidence of increasing laziness,
disregard, and-or ignorance in carrying out these military courtesies.
Y1- Here are specifics:
L-4 In Navy Exchange, Commissary and Dispensary areas in par.
ticular, enlisted men and women have been looking away when
meeting an officer and not saluting. Conversely, on occasion junior
officers, when saluted, have done the same thir.g-failed to return the
salute. CO, NAS Cecil, was informed of this at a recent Chief Petty

Officers meeting.A .
.."j;>" certain captain, while giving a ride to a young sailor at NAS Jax,
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......."I;: .-in...,., finally asked the young man why he never said "sir". The captain had
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eagle shoulder insignia. The sailor said, "I didn't know you were an
G\\) officer-what are you".That young man was woefully ignorant or he
really pulled the captain's leg. But in either case hardly a good

1,k\L\\ example of military courtesy. (He was educated).

tit ...0.- .t.,' Personnel coming aboard-departing from ships at Mayport using a
.. .""'" .. sloppy salute or friendly wave to the OOD. Relatedly, OOD's per
'' \ ..rswttaaa._...._-....,1. t Nrst'xM \,\..__}f, ......iM1,.......":";' mitting halfhearted rendering of military salutes to the Colors and the

...--h quarterdeck.A .
011 t1 wt '........' duty driverwas sent to deliver a package. He was unshaven, wore
_10 \ ji '" .-' \ filthy and torn dungarees, had no belt on and his shoes were falling
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>Ti _41 ,\ 8.'fI&f;. '. apart. He stopped in another office to find his way,, did not knock, did
; "I not remove his hat, did not excuse himself-just said "Where is...?"
_._ M"DOG.GONE" This example is disgraceful for the man, the duty officer, and the
GOOD IDEA-RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis and his dog, May May, help NAS Jax
commanding officer. (All three were educated)
scouts kick off Good Turn Day. City-wide, the Boy Scouts hope to collect over 30,000 filled bags of
I Let me repeat-while most of our people are'on the ball, there are
merchandise for the handicapped at Goodwill Industries. Thisyear'sdrive is especially critical sincea
increasing instances of non-rendering or rendering of military
recent fire destroyed much of the inventory used in Goodwill's rehabilitation workshops. poor
courtesies and this is my cause for concern, the trend must be
reversed which leads me to this wrap-up observation:

CO's, other senior officers, chiefs and other senior petty officers, go
back and review NAVOPS Z-57, 70, 93, 102, 117. Then redouble your
Do0d0a resolve to be sharper, to set the right example. To indoctrinate. To
About the cover correct. To teach. To go all out upgrading the rendering of military
courtesies to where it should be.
11G1E

With !ignorance-disregard-laziness involved, it follows that we are
LJvio Capilla (24) of HS-il goes up for a layup and two of his 16 point NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT not getting through to all of our young people. And that means we have
total(while an unidentified VP-56 player finds his arm about an inch too to find better ways.
short to stop the shot in action that occurred in the championship gameof Sunday
Remember the CNO's words in and
Z-93. "Recognize the dignity
theCOMTACAIRLANT Basketball Tournament that was played at Divine Worship 8:30: a.m.
NAS Jax last weeK.See page 20 for story and more photos) at All Saints Chapel worth of each individual..in which every officer and enlisted man is
Church School 9:30: a.m. treated with respect and accorded the trust and recognition each
Divine Worship 11 a.m. at human being wants and deserves".
All Saints Chapel.

12:30 Junior: p.m.Youth Senior Fellowship Youth The proper observance of military courtesies does just that. It
Fellowship 1:30 p.m. recognizes the dignity of each individual. That is what it is all about.
Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
at the Small Chapel. For the CO's who are out in front of this military courtesy and appearance -
business, you have my salute. For those whose track recordis
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Tuesday spotty, Move Out Smartly!
distributed each Thursday: at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
private firm. All Copy submitted Jar use in the JAX AIR NEWS Christian. Science Service 8p.m. .;.:.:Sx-Wiii::; :: : : :!:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:...................:.:.:.:.;..:-:.:.:.;.;.:.:-:-;.:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:...:.:-:.:.:.:.;....:-:.:.;.:-:.:.;.:.;.;.
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 "ACTION LINE"Action
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
race, creed, color national origin or sex of. the purchaser, Service, 10:30: a.m. In Une Call No. 1052: My name is AZ3 Lightfoot (and) I attended
user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Building 5<'0. the Captain's Call for E-4's. There I presented my statement
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the CATHOLICSaturday about why the Chow Hall was closed at twelve o'clock Sundays (when)
I attend
refusal to print advertising from that source." Mass 5 p.m. at church.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries St. Edward's Chapel. I believe, Capt. Sizemore, that you made the statement that you
concerning such should be directed to: Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and 11 would see about getting the Chow Hall reopened for those who had to
a.m. Daily Mass-Monday, attend church..rather
wanted to
attend
church.
jlOB'\ THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday, Thursday and
% 'aw 4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Friday.11:30 a.m. Wed. I was curious Why the Chow Hall hasn't been opened yet and If it's
% nesday Mass 11:30: a.m. at going to be,

All MMCOL.''LOA"o -, Telephone 387-3546 the Saturday Naval Confessions Hospital Chapel.4:30 : ? '?like tOi know, more or less- U there's J just not enough people

to 5 p.m. Attending 0 it up after those hours or what the situation is. Thank
I 31 _NO., _49 MARCH 7, 1974 ( you.


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"Speak Out"Stagnant -,- .. -
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the non-rated dilemma

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Hy I'll Jim I'llbeam and the work experience throughone vanes, and rapid progress. How

IIS1JaxWith of the many Navy educationor does your future look? If it looks
the end of the
training programs.For stuck now is the time to start
military draft came the hope those of you planning to doing something about it.
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that volunteer personnel would pursue college level education

have exciting ideals and goals after the Navy, how much
and would view the Navy as a English and mathematics will Galley hours '

of life to obtain ..
way or as a means you remember, not to mention 'f, ;,
education or training for civilian habits
study and self-discipline
jobs. No longer it was hopt'd.would after four years of menial status? to be changedJaxStarting

personnel view their naval As you may already be sadly
service as a sentence to be servedfor aware, college March 11, /
many courses are
the duration of their enlistment infamous for their high attrition the following meal hours
contract. will be in effect at the
rates in freshman classes. To
In spite of the "Zero Draft" further convince you of the dif Enlisted Dining Facility
(Galley One):
there are still many thousands of ficulty you face approaching
Weekdays Breakfast
,
:
young men fulfilling contracts academics after of
entered into before the draft laziness one Career Counselor years I 5:30to7:30a.m.: : ; Lunch, (It t

ended. How are these self- spoke with mentioned that a.m. to 1 p.m. (formerly
11:30: a.m. to 1:30.p.m.: ),
"victims of circumstance"
proclaimed research has shown that while
using these two or Dinner, 4-6 p.m.
of first-term
ninety percent Navy "-
Weekends and Holidays
:
three years of active duty people plan college after the FLEET ANGEL SAILOR
1st Brunch, 7-9 a.m.; 2nd OF THE YEAR--PNI Frederic P. Pokrant
service?
military service, only THREE PERCENT Brunch 10:30 to 12:30 has been selected HC-2's Scllor of the Year. The award was based on
: a.m. :
and
Many young Navy 'men actually obtain a degree.Is (formerly 10 a.m. to Petty Officer Pokrant's invaluable efforts as Career Counselor, Administrative -
their of p.m.
women are turning into years it so wise, then, to stagnatein noon); Dinner 4:30: p.m. to Supervisor and member of numerous committees. He
service
military preparatorytime the Navy until you can becomea 6 will represent the "Fleet Angels" In the air station, command and
for their future civilian college student?Through one or p.m. Navy competition and recognition programs
occupations by utilizing the many
more of the Navy programs, you
and educational
schools can complete college level
programs available through courses and obtain the credit

either naval or civilian while you are at sea. And while

programs. you are on shore duty, you may y,
Other naval personnel, attend a college or junior collegein
however, through an unwillingness -
the community to work towarda
to accept the degree.The Navy has several

inevitable, are wasting three to programs' that will help defray

four years of their time and lives. the cost of your educational

They are stagnating in their "dooothing" programs.If .
attitude. They have
you are a professionally non- ,
failed to take ad-
consistently
rated man or woman who, after
vantage of the many op careful research, has decided l to

portunities for selfimprovementand avoid civilian industry and its
education that the Navy and attendant '
competition by t
civilian community offer them. reenlisting for additional naval
Therefore, a warning seems to
service, a rude shock may await
be in order for these you.The Navy may not be willingto #

professionally non-rated per maintain you on its roster of ,
sonnel; remaining stagnant now personnel.Your .

during your naval service will years of nonperformancemay ,.
only produce a stuck future for ,
have made you ineligible to t ,
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you upon your release from remain in the The
Navy. Navydoesn't d
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active duty. # L.'I
want a nonperformer any i4 p
Upon your longawaitedrelease more than a civilian employer

if you blithely present wants that burden. ; :& ; *
your stagnant Navy time to a If you didn't make rate because i a 4t

potential employer, you may find your Division Chief didn't like A

that a simple Honorable' you, or the officers hassled you

Discharge places you in the same too much, or the "oppressiveNavy
professional category as a bladeof System" discouraged and

grass. If you are one of those defeated YOU not the
'
you, Navy, 1 0 1 1i
adventuresome souls who earns a
are the one who loses. Perhaps,
General Discharge, you will findit in your frustration, you have
difficult be classified as plant decided to "get back" at the

life. You obviously spent your Navy for this interruption in your 0

Navy time doing nothing; your life. But while all of the energywas
lack of ambition and-or
apparent spent trying to get back at
motivation will hardly inspire a the Navy for its stupidity or
potential employer to consideryou
,bureaucracy, you were
as a member of his profit- destroying any possible chance Next time you have something planned on payday,

making firm. In the unlikely you had to surmount what you you won't have to work it around depositing a check.

event that you are a genius or a considered a hindrance to your The Westside Atlantic Bank of Jacksonville is goingto

master craftsman,in spite of your plans for the future. The irony Is
lethargy while in the Navy, an make things easy. We're offering both active and
be the
that you might doing Navya
enployer may be l loath to take a favor by allowing someone with ;'-*'I' I retired military and federal employees an automatic

chance on someone that has spent professional value to take the ." :: ,"4, deposit service whereby your paycheck is sent

the past four and years ambition.proving his position you have wasted during ';, ;f.i: : directly to us by the government. You don't have to
skill
lack of
looking your stagnant Navy time '4.L:* art, worry about when it arrives because your account is
Perhaps you are :. .
forward to attending a trade And the Navy, in spite of your V t>' ', .: automatically credited on payday.

school after the Navy; efforts to drag it down, is still ..*,: j : Don't spend another payday waiting in line
technicians are always In big doing quite well. On the other ; ,' ," .
demand. But why don't you take hand, how are you doing? Where ;': / ;: to make a deposit. Just drop by the bank or Navy*

advantage of the resources: have your negative attitude and ,: .f;. : i"1 .r. Finance Office and fill out form DD1560. Let. "

available to you while you servein actions left you? The Navy has a '' 4 :. us handle your paycheck deposits through our ,

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4 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER


I .T ax VP squadrons .join.. E:xercise Safe Pass I,

,(" of7. Jax-Maritime patrol aircraft from four NATO nationals began
\7.,' ". round-the-clock flights here Tuesday as they joined 49 ships from
.' various NATO nation Navies in Exercise Safe Pass off the
t'w
,., southeastern coast of the United States.
t, oi--t' Operating under the control of Capt. Albert P. Lesperance, COM.
PATWING 11, the aircraft participating included the "Argus" from
-- Canada, "Atlantics" from the Netherlands, Royal Air Force
"Nimrods" from the United Kingdom, as well as P-3 "Orions" from
._,- PATWING 11.
The aircraft will conduct surface and anti-submarine surveillance
patrols over the exercising force as it moves along an ocean path
beginning 300 nautical miles north of San Juan, Puerto Rico, and
__ ending near Norfolk, Va. on March 13.
tw' _- The combined naval forces and aircraft are under the command of
: NATO's Commander Ocean Sub-Area Atlantic, VAdm. John G. Fin-
neran,who also is commander of the U.S.Second Fleet,homeported inNorfolk.

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Part of NATO's continuing effort to bring the alliance nations'forces
together for periodic multi-national training,the exercise will test the
ability of NATO to protect naval task forces in the Atlantic from attack
by enemy surface ships, submarines or aircraft.


BIG BIRDS--British "Nimrod" ASW aircraft from 201 Squadron wait on the flight line before Open eyes for safety
taking part in Exercise Safe Pass with local VP squadrons and ships and aircraft from other NATO
countries.The British squadron is being hosted here by the"Batmen"of VP-24.
I "Wise Owls"JaxTwo
reward Jax

3 win EEO awards at NARF
NAS Jax civilian employees have become members of the
"Wise Owl Club of America" as a result of their efforts to prevent
Jax-Special awards have been department heads. Petty Officer Hathorne, who blindness.At .
presented to three NARF em- Duncan and Leverock were served as NARF's Minority this month's Public Works Department monthly safety meetingDr.
ployees for outstanding con- cited for working with young Affairs representative, was in. .R.H.Schnauss,member of the National Society for the Preventionof
tributions to the activity's Equal people in the Summer Aid and trumental in formulating the Blindness, presented safety awards on behalf of the Society to
Employment Opportunity Student Aid programs. In additionto Affirmative Action and Upward George S. Duckworth, NAS Jax Safety Manager and P.A. Howard,
program. assisting with indoctrination, Mobility programs for the Public Works Heavy Mobile,Equipment Mechanic.
Leo V. Duncan supervisory training and assignment of facility.As Duckworth received a Wise Owl charter fog implementing sight
production controller; Ronald V. students to jobs which fit their a member of the Ground conservation requirements into work operations that have preventedeye
Leverock, machinist instructor; capabilities, these supervisors Support Equipment Office, he injuries.
and ADJI Matthis Hathorne, exhibited a personal interest in fostered training for unskilled Eye injuries here have been almost eliminated in recent years
human relations counselor were counseling by encouraging the workers and assisted them in to
through a safety program which requires personnel wear appropriate -
the first recipients of the new young'people to move forward in seeking out job opportunities to protective eye gear in all work operations where hazardsare
NARF award. their chosen career fields and improve their employmentstatus. created by flying particles,liquid,heat or harmful light rays.
Selections were made on the assisting them in every way blind
Howard's use of safety glasses recently prevented injury or
basis of nominations from Officer Hathorne is
possible.NORMANDY Petty now
and showered his
ness to both his eyes when a 64-volt battery exploded
assigned to the Naval Hospital as face with sulfuric acid electrolyte and battery case fragments.Over .
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Naval Reserve Assoc.to .'. ..' ;
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hear RAdm. ForbesJaxRear


Admiral Bernard B. chief of the Pacific and Pacific ,

Forbes Jr.,Commander Carrier Fleet. J
Group 6, based at the Mayport In addition to enlisted service
Naval Station will be the guest aboard two Navy ships, RAdm.
speaker at a luncheon meeting of Forbes commanded the carrier .
the Jacksonville Chapter Naval Independence and ammunitionship
Reserve Association Saturday Shasta.He also served as air 1 4d j: fli.
March 9,at the NAS Jax Officers' officer aboard the carrier f ,
Club. Franklin D. Roosevelt and as y
Born in Savannah Ga., RAdm. gunnery officer aboard the
Forbes enlisted in the Navy in destroyer Barton. As a junior
1938 and served aboard the light officer he commanded a Navy w
cruiser Seattle and the carrier patrol vessel.Designated.
Yorktown before attending the
Naval Preparatory School and a Naval aviator in k ti Iii k
the Naval Academy at Annapolis 1949, he served as a Naval flight

Md. He was commissioned upon instructor served with Com- ..W. ._k-.<<_. .... ..-_
graduation from the Academy in posite Squadron 33, was
1944 and subsequently served in executive officer of Attack CREATIVE THINKING Awards are displayed by participants in NARF's recent Value
World War II and the Vietnam Squadron 15 and commanded Engineering Seminar. Shown with Capt. C.E. Boeing (Left), NARF C.O. are: Timothy Singleton,
conflict. Attack Squadron 176. Robert W.Miller and W.H. Baker. (Photo By Tom Hansen)

"" Included among highlights of In addition to his service
RAdm. ,Forbes' naval career schooling RAdm. Forbes Baker invents 'better mousetrap'JaxBuilding
have been assignments ashore at completed postgraduate
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sea and in the air. He served requirements to earn a mastersof "a bettermousetrap" and "most useless", respec close of the seminar, with
three tours in Washington on the arts degree in personnel ad-
won a special awardfor tively. complete documentation In-
staffs of the Chief of Naval
ministration
from Stanford
W.H. Baker an employee ofNARF's The seminars are held semIannually dicating cost savings resulting
Operations and the aide to
a University. He also completedthe
Production Departmentat to familiarize from their evaluations.A .
former commander of the senior officer's course at the the close of a recent Value engineering and supervisory wide variety of subjects
Atlantic Fleet's naval air force
Naval
War College Newport Engineering Seminar held here. personnel with the value received attention at the
and to a former commander-in- R.I.
engineering concept as it relatesto seminar, ranging from improved

I Attention Navy Wives asked Each to course make something participant useful was production exercises. processing R1820 aircraft of ignition to manhourslost harnesseson

from a handful of paper clips Teams are formed to study
in engine testing during a 30-
aluminum foil, pencils and paper particular production problemsand
Jax-The first in a series of The goal of the workshops is to fasteners to. put them in a through extensive minute lunch break.
open-ended workshops for Navy promote understanding and creative mood for the more evaluation and discussion, Savings to the government as.a
wives will be held at the Human awareness in the area of human serious projects to be evaluated alternative measures are for- result of the seminar were
Relations Center March 14 relations. during the two-week conference. mulated which will improve the estimated at $765,369.
starting at 10 a.m. Highlighting the meetings will practice or procedure and fulfill Capt. C.E. Boeing NARF C.O.,
be speakers films, pamphletsand Robert W. Miller's off-shore presented certificates to 29
the function more economically.Team
two and one-half
Averaging open discussions of the tidal generator and Timothy course participants at an award
hours in length the bi-monthly issues.. Singleton's dog whistle won leaders present the ceremony held at the Civilian
sessions will focus on topics that The chance to air your gripes awards for the "most original" results of their findings at the Personnel Training Department.
affect all wives.
Navy voice your opinions and provide -- -
Issues to be discussed include constructive answers to our
bussing, housing schools equal social needs is here. S g!i
opportunity prejudice racism The important issue of human <'a.i. lie-.erlu... .BI.ndnoBoul'.rd.;
Cedar Hills Center
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New Navy chopper



makes maiden flightJaxThe


Navy's largest helicopter capable of operating from or
m being based aboard existing or planned ships-Sikorsky Aircraft's
I / triple-turbine powered YCH-53E-made its first flight Friday at

Sikorsky's Stratford, Co n. plant.
a a Coming more than one month ahead of schedule, the maiden flight
included low altitude hovering and some limited maneuvering.
The YCH-53E, a prototype of a multi-purpose helicopter for the
Navy and Marine Corps, will now undergo further manufacturer's
ground and flight testing in preparation for a Navy Preliminary
Evaluation this summer.
The 53E is a growth version of the twin-turbine Navy-Marine CH-53
which has been in service since 1965.
0 have double the lift of the CH-53 with only a 50 percent in
/ 1 / \
cruse in power and be able to carry a 16-ton external load over a
radius of 50 nautical miles at sea level on a 90 degree day and up to 18
/ e ry Peto 1 a/ a tons over shorter distances.The .
helicopter can also accomodate up to 56 troops in a high density
at speeds to 170 knots.
a a seating arrangement up
e / / / / The 53E's additional lift is achieved through use of the third T-64

engine,addition of a seventh blade to the main rotor, use of titanium
a sayings account witlii aiutianeial rotor blades, an increase in rotor diameter from 72 to 79 feet and a
canted tail rotor.
Also contributing to the increased performance is an updated 11,570
organizatioii and you horsepower transmission that will enable the 53E to meet the mission
requirements of the two services for the foreseeable future.
Upon successful completion of the Navy Preliminary Evaluation,
the next step would be Phase Il-construction of a static test vehicle
and two production configured aircraft incorporating modificationsfrom
the Phase I program.
Wuit an automatic A production decision is not expected until early 1976 when Phase II

of the program is completed.The .
Navy plans to use the 53E for ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore
logistics, support of mobile construction battalions and removal of
battle-damaged aircraft.

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Gateway Shopping Center 803 Lomax Street 231 S.Third St.Jax Beach quiet wooded area Only 5% down A greol way to live In
PH.7655538NORMANDY PH.358-1204 PH.246.4801 beautiful. prestigious. Orange Pork Come see them today 1 to 5 p.m.

1270 Gene Atnut/Cor".f/DtBjrry Avenue
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Prevent a water crisis In Duval& Clay County

EDGEWOOD THE REAL CHESS KING CURIO OF FLORIDA SHOP ,,;{ "', .;;;....miCOUNTSy .'' <' .,":.;:::::..: --.+ I IdhH.t DRILL A 2" SHALLOW WELL FOR YOUR
LAWN AND STOP WASTING DRINKING
THE BEST SELECTION OF CHESS SETS IN THE SOUTH : ; :: ..,,T0f'.QU1A-EjTY:,. >114 MR1cN:..,., rn'i tti.h%f.<' I
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Various woods,onyx,brass Molokal& I Ivory '%? NttY C'f dPs'.tAt'CAS,y ;;fi'A WATER ON YOUR GRASS!
Choice Chess Tables& Boards a'y!tX'.4DRAP$ SEPTIC TANKS & WATER SYSTEMS INSTALLEDICall
DISCOUNTS TO MILITARY i > :t f##! 31S1tRspa' aAR1 771-2730
SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH CARDS .: +atNAt"PA K I I't : 282.5451 TROUT .

WORLD GLOBES & GLOBE BARS i 282.5452 @
SWORDS SHI ELDS& PLAQUES Serving Duval DRILLING
Musical Hummel& Princess Art Pictures < & Clay CountCOMPANY
950 SO.EDGEWOOD AVE.PHONE 317.1131 ,,,, t' : ROCK AND ARTESIAN WELLS
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MARCH 7, 1974
8 JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER --
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Trouble on leave?


Questions which always come up during leave periods are: "What do I
do if I run into trouble?" and "What if I can't make it back to my
command on time?"
The first thing to do is let your unit know. Only they can grant a leave
extension. If you can't contact them directly, find the nearest military 4
installation or reserve unit. Your next best bet is the American Red ,
Cross. +t c
Any of these places can help you make the call, and verify an # i.
emergency situation or legitimate transportation problem usually
needed to get an extension of leave.
The Rec> Cross and the USO are helpful l with personal loans if you run
out of cash, or lose your baggage tickets.
Organizations like the YMCA and Traveler's Aid can also prove helpful
in a difficult travel jam.Moore .


II.""",,,, SPRUCE UP FOR SPRING WITH...
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MOORE COLORI!

.(.'i Choose from I Decorator colors or whit
"-'r Fast Effortless Painting
I Dries In less than an hour
OOR- INTERIOR.EXTERIORFLAT $469

FINISH for .... :
\ ONE onl.y. Sale ends Mar 14, 74


YIIATEMFIAf WALLCOVERS, INC. :Iffnr Ti

GRANT PLAZA at 103rd ST. PHONE 771.1516
BankAmerieard Master Charge Welcome

CELEBRATING 179 YEARS OF SERVICE-Ens. William White, |unlor Supply Corps Officer on
active duty here,and RAdm.W.R. Dowd,Jr.,Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command, cut the
ceremonial cake commemorating the Supply Corps' 179th anniversary. Looking on are escorts CSSN I

TOYOTTAouth Edmond F.Wallace(Left) and CS2 Reginald E. Edwards.



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gUtct& e wantedJaxAA Swap




W WANTED NEWOR USED Michael Rubley,
MERCHANDISETOP stationed at NAS Fallon,

5 3 23 Phillips Highway DOLLAR PAID FOR EVERYTHING OF VALUE Nev., would like to swap
with any AA or AR who hasa

737-8440 FAIRCO PAWN SHOP service.He year. or more left in

NEW 6481 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD can be contacted by
SHIPMENT ARRIVEDPRICES
calling ((702) 423-2796 or
writing to him at 459
Humboldt St.No.9, Fallon,

STARTING $ 2 1 99 P.O.E. Nev. 89406.


Some of our Toyotas get up to 30 miles to the I

gallon. What does your present car get? 1'a

We've Changed our Name
but the SERVICE Is the Same
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LOOK AT THESE GAS SAVER SPECIALS! To B.SkatingAgain
BLANDING
For BLVD..
.. PHONE 771-4244
Holiday On kIn

70 TOYOTA Land Cruiser Station 1974e !
Wagon Air Cond, RH,4 Wheel Drive, 2188 a_ 7
Blue & White In color, 1 owner, Low *wurea H TUHI tvsoou. I

mileage. ALL NEW 'r If your rooms

71 VEGA HATCHBACK Air Cond, 4 1974 EDITION
look tired
or
speed trans., 1 owner car, Low 1788
mileage and extra nice. JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM hopeless call

71 TORINO 4 door, AT, air, PS, PB, TOES MARCH 19 THRU.SUN.MARCH 24 us for help.
R&H, lite beige, small 8 engine. 1788] ALL SEATS RESERVED
.. 3504505.50 _.......- I We'll send youa
72 TOYOTA Carina. White with blue JUNIORS 16 and UNDER H PRICE'_

Interior, 4 spd., R&H, WW, lo ml. 2388 THURS.SUN. 1 7130,30 AND!P.M.5i30 SA T.P.M.2!BOTH P.M.MATINEE SHOWS decoratorfree.
Real
gas saver.
TMISW IS TV FAMILY. I'IHT' -ALL TICIUS RIOUCIO DM soars .

73 GREMLIN "Lev!" Interior, AT, Rismatiti AccipttJ-PhoM 633-2300
RAH,tinted glass, WW, 1 owner, low Ttak.I..M SALE,c.......H..l.(>?.,CM.A.41t.riI.,." ,.,.,.?,. Penneys
miles. A real gas saver. 2788 MAIL THIS COUPON FOR CHOICE SEATS! Custom

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72 VW BEETLE Solid yellow, like
at
new, extra clean, 4 spd., R&H, WW.Don't 2388 r M"k i-c: : ; ;:;::,;QhrtI --- Decorating
miss this one. Priced right to I Mail 1.J..C.li.wm I14?Ad.,,.,J..k. ;' D |?5IJ10J Cedar Hills.
sell. I pn.if.i R.ri1.. IncUx' "*. Jj**" J:30'.1: j
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from. 71.74, Air, 4 speed, radio, 2188 1 ....... ....... .......................>'.V....-.......... .Sat. 2:00p..1: :1 JCPenneyWe
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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 9

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Kitchen originated in Department of Agriculture publications, we :. ..J .
want to share with "
our readers the source of these booklets.
One that we have used for
years
"Family
Fare A Guide to Good
Nutrition; is U.S. Department of Agriculture Home and Garden ,
Bulletin No. 1. Single copies of this and other publications are ;
available free from the Office of Information, U.S. Department of ,,
Agriculture, Washington, D.C. Send your request on a post card and tif t
include your Zip Code. :r1&"i
Another possible source of this and other publications printed by the ;
Government Printing Office is the Government Printing Office
Bookstore that opened Tuesday in the Federal Building,400 West Bay c
St.,Jacksonville.It's worth a trip just to browse around and look at the
bargain-priced books that are available from the different Federal
Government departments. 4
This week's recipe for eggplant casserole comes from the L :_
publication listed above. .

Eggplant Casserole F-L'VI; .: -
INGREDIENTS:2 cups pared,cubed eggplant; 2 tablespoons finely
chopped onion,one-quarter cup water,2 eggs (slightly beaten,2 slices TH E 100TH A-7 to be processed under the Navy's Aircraft Condition Evaluation (ACE ) program is
soft bread (torn in very small pieces), % cup milk, 1 teaspoon salt, delivered by Capt. C.E. Boeing (Left), NARF C.O.,to Cdr. R.N. Livingston, VA-122 skipper, at NAS
pepper as desired,1 V4 cups shredded sharp cheddar cheese. Lemoore, Calif. NARF JAX leads all rework facilities participating in the ACE program, an im I
Cook eggplant and onion in unsalted water until eggplant is tender, proved method for determining scheduling times for the update and rework of Navy aircraft.
about 7 minutes;drain.Combine all ingredients except V\cup cheese;
mix well. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees (moderate oven) for 25
minutes. Sprinkle with remaining cheese and bake 5 minutes longer.
Jax retiree
groups
NASRU-F1 host
to

weapons seminarJaxApproximately plan gatheringsJaxTwo WHOLESALE

Jacksonville groups for retirees are planning gatheringssoon.
30 reserve officers from around the nation will &VJERV
attend a weapons seminar here sponsored by the Naval Air Systems The Retired Officers Club will have a tour of the Jacksonville Art
Command Reserve Unit (NASRU) -Fl beginning March 10 and con- Museum on March 15. Members should meet in the museum's
tinuing until March 23. auditorium at 9:30: a.m.
During the seminar the officers will have the opportunity to be updated A luncheon at Annie Tique's Restaurant will follow.To .
on the various aspects of Naval weapons systems. make reservations or get additional information, call Ray
Attendees will visit the facilities of Patrol Wing 11, NARF and Gillespy at 264-9710, Billy Sherin at 724-3514 or Margit Martin at 264-
Carrier Light Attack Wing One. 5308. (Make reservations by March 13)). SURPLUS GOODS
They will also travel to Orlando to visit the Martin-Marietta Corp. The Retired Enlisted Association (REA) plans to hold a Retiree DISCOUNT ....
Jamboree on March 29 starting at 8 p.m. STORE
and the Naval Training Equipment Center and to Kennedy Space
Center for a look at,NASA's facilities and the Naval Ordnance Test information.Contact Mrs.Taylor at 771-9181 or Mr.Whitson at 771.7482 for further 0 35 Beach Bivd
Unit.
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ia the progress of work AZ3 Jackie Cammuse marks 'Completed' on one piece of qe.'s p"p'rwol k I


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STEP 1-A lotof aviation gear comes into AIMD every day. It's first
stop is at the screening section where it's repair destination is TvAw
I determined. Here AZ2 Mike "Andy" Anderson screens a newly 4
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electronic test equipment to troubleshoot a magnetic: component in
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DISTINGUISHED VISITOR-Agnes L. Martin (Center), National President of the Fleet Reserve
Association's Ladies Auxilliary, chats with other Auxilliary members and Navy Regional Medical
driving at 50 or slower is economical Center (NRMC) officials after a tour of the center. Shown (L-R) are: Kay Lancaster,
President of the FRA Unit 91 Ladies Auxilliary; Capt. A.L. Powell, Deputy, Commanding Officer,
; ?in more ways than one. It saves NRMC Mrs. Martin; Capt. R.L. Gill, NRMC XO; and Pat Garwood, Past President of Ladies

money. And it may save the country from Auxilliary FRA Unit 42 at Quonset Point, R.I. Mrs. Martin has logged more than 30,000 miles on a
tour of Fleet Reserve Units all over the country.
running out of fuel. So do your part. Con-

serve energy every chance you get. After

all, slow going's better than no going.Don't STATE BENEFITS & BONUSES I


befuefish. With the termination of the nam Conflict and must have resided the time of entry into the Armed B
Vietnam Conflict on January 27, in Connecticut for at least Forces if native-born or have resided -
1973, several of the States have one year prior to entry on active in the State forat least 12
changed their eligibility require duty. Applicants must have beena months immediately before
ments. In all cases, eligibility determination legal resident of the State on October entry. The last day for filing for
rests with State authorities 1, 1967. Bonus payment is the Delaware bonus was
k and individuals applying $10 for each month of active duty January 27, 1974. Bonus payment
must meet all requirements.If between the dates specified witha is $15 for each month of
;: OFFICE OF ENERGY CONSERVATION there is doubt, individuals maximum payment of$300.If a Stateside service up to a maximum
I1: OF TH*FEDERAL ENERGY OFFICE should apply in order to allow member of the Armed Forces died of $225; $20 for each
State authorities to rule on the during the performance of duty or month of foreign service up to a
claim. as a result of duty, survivors may maximum of$300.Payment to an
State bonus payments are be entitled to a bonus payment. applicant or a beneficiary may not
wholly exempt from Federal and CONTACT, Veterans Bonus Division exceed $300 except in the eventan
State taxes and need not be re State Treasurer's Office, individual died during service
i -' i 0-' ... ported.The latest changes are in 20 Trinity Street, Hartford, Connecticut the beneficiary shall be paid the
*** italics.CONNECTICUTIndividuals. 06115.DELAWARE. added sum of$300,or if a veteran
i; Individualsmust has a 60 percent or greater
-4 I must have had at least 90 days of have had at least 90 days of Service-connected disability the
.. active duty between January 1, active duty between August 5 individual shall be entitled to a
1964, and the date which is determined 1964 and January 27, 1973, andmust payment of $300 regardless of
to be the end of the Viet have resided in Delaware at length of service. CONTACT:
Veterans Military Pay Clerk, Division -
of Revenue,601 Delaware
STORAGE PROBLEMS? Avenue, Wilmington, Delaware

... 19899.
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MINI-WAREHOUSE.
(,
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i Vi Furniture Boats *,Cars, etc. We Can Complete Your Pool
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'J YOUR OWN DOOR AND KEY In Just 7 Days
WITH 24hr.ACCESS From The Time It.Is Started
MONTHLY RATES OR LONGER 'Reliability ServiceThlkanRds

;4# JACKSONVILLE STOR-IT PARK [

,.... 6281 POWERS AVE. PHONE 737.9644
: .
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ft. The PEoPlE-PRoOF ,*'

1 r OJ- FURNITURE... .... ............... ,

:; MOVING IN

t (even f/ftfe/ / people) ? OR OUT? THE FOR NAME INTEGRITY THAT STANDS

Low in Cost Because of Ultra.
We specialize In the Orange Modern Factory Methods
Park, Cedar Hills Many Shapes and Sizes To Choose
2J Ortega- From
Venetla area. Distinctive Contour Design Gives
That Custom Look
2i& FURNITURE1RS ROBERTS&GILMAN.INC New Homes Are Our Specialty Practically Maintenance Free
All Pools Carry Famous Tallman
-This Week's Spotlight Guarantee
4 Commercial Type Built in
TtRio1Z : COLEMAN HOMES Skimmer Equipment Furnished as Standard

,,I L IN FLEMING OAKS MON.-SAT.9.7SUN. l.J
CNwY I
J52, PARK AVENUE: 17) PHONE 264.3508

: GRANGE. ; PARK PH. btt-7S-:31. ROBERTS GILMAN! INC. Realtors Miles(SO) 1295 I (Next To ASburV
Methodist Church
on BlanJ.ngIn
'< :n 5703 Blvd. MLS 384-4324 I Orange ParkPAGE
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1.3813566 : Movie Schedule


Ads should bt mailed to arrive not later than
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads
arriving too late for this deadline will bt
strutted otherwise. A check publish the following week unless the publisher Is in.
or money order for the cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy.
RATE: minimum charqe ((3 lines)
...$$2.00 rer
Mail. to HOLT ; additional line ((4 words per line) ...SOc
: PUBLISHING CO., 4S65SHI RLEY AVE., JACKSONVILLE 32210 Thursday March 7 Comedy-Drama, Starring Jack

"INVASION OF THE BEE Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine.

HELP GIRLS" Action Drama, Starring "PG" (125 min.)
ORANGE
PARK
,L- EMPLOYMENTTYPING I SINGER GOLDEN & SEW Lovely 3BR., 1113 BA. Home, In very William Smith and Anita Ford Monday March 11

OR Only 4 months old,with 4 drawer desk nice area with many xtras Including "R" (87 min,) "FIVE ON THE BLACK HANDSIDE"
BOOKKEEPINGAT makes button holes sews on buttons AC sun porch, Fncd. Yd.
Clarice
March 8 Comedy Starring
MY HOME Knits & stretch fabrics, Friday, ,
Orlg. WESTWOOD3BR.
5 Yrs. experience as a legal secretary. Now only $47.25 cash or 8 pymts.$239$6, Home, Sep. DR, Irg. Den "BLESS THE BEASTS AND Taylor and Leonard Jackson.

7868023._ mo., 10 day home trial. $18,900. CHILDREN" Drama, Starring "PG" (94 min.)

PART-TIME JOB HAN Sewing A Appliance Center Louise T. Bailey Barry Robins and Bill Mumy. Tuesday. March 12

7271103rd Street 771.3605 Broker "PG" ((102 min.) "BLOOD ROSE" Drama,
8A.M..n Noon,or 5 M.-10 P.M. $2.10 1 Block West of 1.295

Hr. 355-2741 771.1850 )L RENTALSORANGE ::.::}::;::::::..:;f Saturday,March 9"REX" Starring Philippe LeMaire and
Open til 9 P.M. Suspense Drama, Annie Dupery. "R" ((92 min.)

PARTOR FULLTIME PARK Starring Tina Herazo and Keith Wednesday, March
CONFERENCE
MECHANICSAfternoons DESK LIKE NEW
2BR Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dish. min. AND THE
Saturdays or Full-time Dbl. bed with mattress & box springs. Carradine. "PG" (93 ) "CHARLEY

Jax Top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply In Excel. Cond. Call 264-7757 aft. 4 P.M. Apts.washer 771.1405, Drapes or, 7713355.Carpets, Elizabeth Sunday,March 10 ANGEL" Comedy, Starring Fred

person to Mr. Foster, NIMNICHT "THE APARTMENT" MacMurray and Cloris Leach
CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat SEWING MACHINE REPAIRSAll
man. "G" ((94 min.)
Avenue. makes of sewing machines, Call SMALL3BR .IBA.HOUsEU'nfurn.
3895592. Ig. fncd. yard. Close to
GREAT JOB Nursery.. Clay County (Old RICKMAN BSA..Parts..Sales..Servce..BIRD! MINI-CYCLES
Meadowbrook Section Kids A Pets
AKCFEMALEsHEPHERDBlack )
Earn (50-$75 per wk., working part. .....: ,
A Silver,$125. or best offer. 771- O.K. Rent S153.MO. 2645065.
time calling on single girls. Earn
4262.
more with incentive plan. Must be

sharpl Phone 7213600. DAY CARE INMY HOME I.. MOBILE HOI-\ES-;: ::::::t
:
2207 Chaffee Rd.,Meals served, Call

SERVICEMANInside 786-2135 anytime. JUSTISSTRAILER PARK

sales, part-time weekdays & UPHOLSTERYOf 1 Qtr. Milt No. of NAS. Clean modern

Sat., Earn extra $$$,$2.00 hr. to start. all kinds, furn., car seats, boat trailer and apts. 3893007.

Apply at 1OA Prudential' Dr. tops, draperies Interior decorating, t leaATLANTIC
COLONY MOBILE HOMES
reasonably done because no overhead,
MANAGER Sales & Rentals 9359 103rd St. Call w
WORKING 354-7991 Eve.
7710275. Photostating and notary
Must have good mechanical ability.
TRAVEL TRAILER IO'X7' service.
Starting salary over$10,000 plus profit
Bunk Beds, Stove Ice Box, Gas
sharing. Fast growing corporation.Write LET YOUR RENT
Lantern Heater, 2 Chester Drawers,
P.O. Box 14021, Jax., Fla. 32210. BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT
Closet, Extra Wheel A Tire, $495.
SALESMAN Cash. Contact Haynes In NARF DEPOSITREQUIREOSUMITMOBILE, HOMES

Part-time, Colony Mobile Homes, 771- Tubing Shop. 5210 Phillips Highway,733-9422

0275. 9359 103rd St. BRING THIS AD FOR $100.OFF
I REAL ESTATE 1 8209

WE BUY AND SELL PHONE
MCDONALD'S ATORANGE PARK
TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo ATLANTICBOULEVARD I P
GOODUSEDMOBILE HOMES p
U.S. 17 So., Now accepting ap
plications for employment. up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile Phone 388.4619 725.5811
radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to

$3,000.00 acre. Prices are far
per 1974 SKYLINE
HELP WANTED
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Fuel Truck Drivers needed 0700-1900 below near-future values. Call Tony 12'X54', 2BR., front kit., $4995., 771. AVr4h4IV4&k
George, 389-5514 Eve. 771-1976.
0275. 9359 103rd St.
on the Naval Air Station Military or ?
WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA
retired. Call Welch. 7781611. ,1,

,1.MISCELLANEOUS I IA Realtors OAKHILL PARK Specialist I 'TRANSPORTATIONNO I Big Chief Say:

: 3BR., 2BA., fncd. yd., Sty. A refrlg.,
carpet & drapes, near bases. Equity CASH DOWN
recorded message by 7718747. 1966 Chevelle Mag Wheels, Auto., runs 1 FREE WHEEL ALIGNMENT

SCOTT EDWARDS WE BUY EQUITIES super low mo. pymts. Call 358-0881
i STATIC BALANCE I
Tells you how to be a Louise T. Bailey

Call 355.2944 DISC any JOCKEY hour. Approved for Broker W-MOS '72 TAKE Chevrolet UP PAYMENTSOn Impala, 771-3211, WITH PURCHASE Of.'

veterans. Columbia School of FOSHEEREALTY
Ext. 8244.
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not Immediate cash for your equity, none FOUR( TIRES.

affiliated with CBS Inc. Course by too large or too small.
Broker 1970 MUSTANG STRAIGHT STICK
home study. 388.1581
V-8, super-clean can be handled withno
FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS money dwn., Call 358-0881.
LIVE CRABS
CONTACTJoe
Wllford's Fish Camp Ropiak (RET. NAVY) Realtor. MOB r y 4I
71
264-9707 MONARCH J J
Associate Representing
AM-FM Radio $2600.
With Overdrive.
Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors "Jar
AUTO AIR COND. SERVICE OFFICE:711.6034 RES t 781. 7715 Very Clean. 7245617. :4 ,1
Also home Central units & window S : Heavy Duty dJr

AC Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 388.5161. !

4PlyPolyester 1ti. I PJ ,
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER (
NEWEST CONCEPT ,
Responsible party take up paymentsof
$7.00 per month. Rayfield's 6437 IN APARTMENT LIVING J

Wilson Blvd.. 177.8936. 1
12 3 BEDROOM 1 AND 2 BATHS
NEW ZIO-ZAO SEWING MACHINE ,
Just out of layaway. Someone to Spacious rooms wide windows, 30,000 Mi. J '4
central heat & air cond. Private An)It _
assume pymts. $68 Cash or $9.20 mo.
swimming pool I _
sundecks,
Call 3895591. and patios party room. r' GUARANTEEF78x14or15.ro, r r .J

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JEANS PROFESSIONAL
264.8102
DANCE ACADEMY i

Westconnettat 103rd & Orange Park KINGSLEY AVE.
1800
Bellalr Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe
Jazz, Hula Tahitian Baton & DIRECTIONS' Between $Yf 80

Acrobatics. Register Now, 771-2521, Blanding Blvd. A Orange Park : *
via 1295.
771-5464. "'.3655. Children & Adults. Minutes away new. I


GEORGE'S KENNELS c:7 = yg80
Dogs A Cats Boarded G78x14or15 m
Pickup & delivery service since 1925.

Grooming, training & shipping.

Visitors Mastercharge welcome.honored.Bankamerlcard Off 1.10 near& ,44 H78x14 or 15 FOR $7080

Cassat Ave. S. Edgewood.
5015 Edgewood Ct.,389-004 /

TIIE B F.E.T. $2,41 to $2.82

PERSONALIZED COFFEE INSIGNIA MUGS Custom i4 PamnrirTirt Guarantee /

mugs and steins. All services. FREE C Cianitttd Jjmt a rud kurts hr tM kfi if tit riwl triad If tin tils wt w61 s tNT
CATALOG. Military Supply Company uowssst WKCOMIO Blot rep*It frtt v rtpUM it,**m rtj. to UN trud wir N I pri riti Uvi

Box 286 Gainesville, Florida 1 If till CWIt prkt(dst w.
(
Gifts
Nautical Accessories ;
32iOl .Curnttri aunt six art hr I tftdM Mutter.'.lU tn*< tanNt hi Ills pt>

NEARLY NEW '7. BOATS, MOTORS, CANOES ritdM ill rtptaa it qilllllr nfciti Iud M I pruto dun if tit Milt rna.
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT i *:to.CMMCTCOI nWdn uckfciI4U
Complete layout, all or any part of, ) Trojan Slickcraft

384-5678 or 246-8383. I .1" ) Thunderbird IY''uOI'
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Star aft, Grumman

Take over pymts.WANTED$4.wk., on comb. e- \tR J... \ C. ,. 1U1AlH11CAI, r

stereo-radio, Color TV brand-new RAN
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never delivered put In layaway by it. a
.
ORTEGA RIVER .
ROOSEVELT BLVD. + -tMARCH
out you can 'm
service
person shipped '"
> 387.4' (Open Sundays)
get for the bal. $298. on easy terms. PHONE : ._S _'_ IV
Pier 66 Franchised( Marina p ,
Fell-Factory Guaranty. NOKMiNOT UVO, i _

Come see what Bargain Yacht Broker-Wet Storage-Marine Hoists-HuII Service _
HAN Sewing A Appliance Center Expert Engine Service--OutboJrd.St Drlvi.lnboard

1 Block 7171 103rd West Street of 1-295 r &dh4h Ih ,

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"'''.X..,.,.,,"w.w..w.w......>.' .. NN < Battery (Power FallsLlghts Comeon HOME 1969 2BR CFR & Kit. 9x18
f fAFREE
THE Flee-T MARKET i .," tJ New) $25.00 743-3092 Screen Porch 12x24 Carport 4x8
Utility Room Canal Lot 35ml So.
PERSONAL WANT ADSER.V.CE. CHILD Maple TABLE and of NAS Ph 771-3987
for Military and Civilian Employees NAS JU and NAS Cecil Field '
CHAIR set, Vanity with Stool
a..----------...---------------JU .. White, Good Cond. 743.3092 1968 DODGE CHARGER, Blue

with Black Vinyl Top, AC, AT,
f FORM
FREE WANT AD ORDER f fADS
DISHWASHER, Kenmore 4cycle, R&H Keystone Wheels, 1095 or
I ( MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) i Front loading Portable 3 years best offer 786.0136
old excellent condition $50.00 264-

I I.I I. 6437 "New" Craig Model 3123 Auto 8
I Track TAPE PLAYER with 2.5"

DRYER, Hamilton 4 cycle, gas, 4 Speakers $50.00 Campbell 771-

i I years old, excellent. condition, 3211 ext 676, 398-3736 after 5 p.m.
$35.00 264-6437 & Weekends

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I TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW For Sale: Rhomberg STEREO For Sale 1972 WHIRLPOOL
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. SYSTEM with AM-FM Receiver, WASHER and DRYER $75.00

I Garrard Turntable, and Satellite Each $125.00 for Both, Good
I. I Speakers. Call Woodruff 2831 or Condition 389-7291 after 5PM

I 2832
I Name Office or activity to which assigned
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For Sale: 1964 VW BUS. Good
I I For Sale NORGE ELECTRIC Condition. Ideal for car pool Call

RANGE, Automobile Tape Deck, 389-9868
I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I
Seigler Oil Heater, BathroomSink

I 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, le: Full I Mirror Medicine Chest 772- For Sale 14,000 BTU AIR CON-
I military or clvlian: employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I 3008 after 4:30: DITIONER 220 Volt $100.00 Call
NAS Cecil Field. his or rank-rate, office or activity
I NAS Jacksonville or signature grade
I TD1
Clements 771-3211 Ext 532 or
to which he Is assigned and office telephone. This
I 2. Free advertising in the ::Flee-T MARKET" information Is for authentication only and: your ad i Wanted to Buy, MG-TC, TD, or 259.6891
I will be limited to: Offers to buy sell or rent housingfor should be worded independently of this information.S. TF; or JAGUAR XK-120, 140, 04
personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell
150, In Good Shape, PH 264.4326
1967 BSA 650cc ENGINE COM-
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to In
Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear
I and from work announcements educational the 'following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads PLETE $100 Days Cecil Field Ext
courses offered by nonprofit organizations or arriving after that date will be placed In the Fender STRATACASTOR with 8101 GMG2 Martin Nights 786-
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted

following week's edition. Ads will be run only onetime case $250.00 or Best Offer. Call 2536 .
only if the words "PCS" (for military), or
I unless submitted as prescribed above. Vince 2145
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the I
I Jacksonville area) are Included In the wording of the ..,. .. SANSUI QS-800 4-CHANNEL
,. No phone calls will be accepted regarding
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied 1970 TOYOTA K II Sta. ,
I "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR Wagon REAR AMPLIER, 65.65 watts
by the word "Free"
i NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide Auto, AC, Reclining bucket seats, rms Inputs for 3 decks, N.R. unit,
1. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I 41000 Miles, 22-25 MPG, One turntable 6 speaker output $150
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed
in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No I Owner, $1795.00 772-2920 771-3211 Ext. 308
I will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I
I accepted. I Wanted: FOUR STOCK
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T
i MARKET" Editor. coo JAX AIR NEWS. Bldg. 1, .. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I For Sale Northern Built MOBILE WHEELS from 1973 240Z or 1974
I .NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business or which do not meet the above HOME, 12x60, 2BR, 1 Bath, 260Z. Call 389-2655 after 4PM
I OR requirements, will be rejected.' The publisher Raised Front KitchenDiningArea
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor. C-0 AIRWINGER Box) reserves the right to omit any or all ads.
WDAC, Utility Shed, Near For Sale-1 Small Cabinet Model
forms
I 111, NAS Cecil Field. Florida 32215. These
.. G.E..
-- --- -- NAS 778-1588 STEREO-S25 Also Portable
------------------------rrrrrrrr----.
DISHWASHER Works real well
71 MAZDA Station Wagon Call 1968 LEMANS, 2 DR HTACPS, For Sale: .357 MAGNUM COLT $25 772.8021

389-4413 after 5PM Before 3076 Bucket Seats, Vinyl Top, 3Spd PYTHON, nickel-plated. New

Ask for Knowles Floor Shift, Radials, Excellent $249, Sell $175. ph 772-2666 hrs. Sale NORGE 4000 BTU Air For Sale 1 Sm. Set Maple BUNK

Shape LCDR Bailey Ext 588 or 0800-1600 CONDITIONER $65, Romex BEDS $30 Also A Single Maple
72 SCAT CRAFT 100 HP 384-6251 evenings Portable Refrigerator $60, Gold Bed $20 772.8021
Evlnrude Gator Trailer and Ski RIDERS Normandy Village, Herculon Double Lounge Chair

Equipment 389-4413 after 5PM or Complete CB RADIO OUTFIT, 23 Cedar Hills Area to Main Ex. $40, Exercise Lounge$12.264.2654

Ext 3076 KnowlesFor Channel Transceiver, 6 Channel change Area Mon-Fri. Work Spacious home & double lot with

Auto Radio, 3 Channel Walkie- Hours 9AM to 5:30PM.: Contact attached rental Income apart.

Sale: 6HP RIDING LAWN Talkie, deluxe Antenna for home. Jerry Brian 772-2184 or 781-3774 OLDSMOBILE 1967 Delta 88 ment. Murray Hills $30,000. Call

MOWER, Like New-Cost $270 $225.00 Ext. 3538 ACPS, $600 or Best Offer Will Lcdr Stover 772-3584 or 389-6977
Selling for $125 771-7335 17' COBIA Deep V Bowrlder, 115 Pull Large Camper, Call 264.8658

12x60 MOBILE HOME, Washer, Johnson,Less than one year old-
3 Bedroom 1971 MOBILE HOME AC, Small Equity & take over Like New Condition-Lots of

$300 and assume balance. Closeto payments Call Night 388-1287 Day Extras $2995.00 264.8433 CADILLAC, 1960 Fleetwood. For Sale:AKAI GX 280-D Reel to

NAS 387-3734 Anytime 772.2495 Everything; But Kitchen Sink. See Reel Glass & Crystal Ferrite
weekend, after 6pm Weekdays SIMCA 1970 4dr. Sdn. 4 cyl. 4 to Appreciate. No Smog Device Heads; Auto Reverse; Pause

speed, 35 mpg $750.00 or best Hence 17MPG on Road. Call 771. Control; 7 inch reel; rarely used
offer 786-1718 9129. $275.00 Call 772-2145-6

SPEAKEASY

For Sale: 1964 CHEVELLE,
BURLESK Malibu,2dr. $250.00 or Best Offer.
For Sale Spaulding Irons (2-9)( ); 1968 DODGE CHARGER Blue
283 3spd Needs some work. 771-
Ram Woods ((1,3,4)). All clubs
with Black
Vinyl Top,
4039 After 6:00: P.M.
TOPLESS. excellent condition. $90 Includes ACATR&HKeystone Wheels;
Bag 781-9653 after 5pm
1095 or Best Offer 786.0136
For
Bartenders, Waitresses Sale: 1971 PINTO or 1968
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| Civil Service questions answeredQuestion :::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::.;.;.:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.;.:.:.;.;.;.;.:.:.::: :.:.:.:.:.:.;.:::::::.:::::::::::::::::.:.:.;.:.:;:::

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: Is a civil service dis ,
course be
ability annuity permanent? cost.of.lmng entitled increases to future If the individual has ." yearsor Traffic Violations
Answer: Not necessarily. are effective that more of civilian service and
after
jour retire- is 62 or at the
Disability annuity paymentsare ment on June 31, 1974. over time of
discontinued if, prior to Question: Does this separation he is entitled to
60, earning capacity is restored if I applr even monthly annuity and cannot
age if medical evidence am not eligible to retire withdraw his contributions! The following is a report of Motor DWI 4
or Dc'embt'r :U, InJ: but become el" QuestSn How vehicle accidents and 136
shows recovery from the disabling Cibltf after that date : does an individualpply traffic Other Violations
; condition. Answer: Yes Tor" ? for a refund? violations for month to date: Forty drivers appeared before
Question: Can State or City taxesbe of comparison purposes Answer: An employee who their Commanding Officers.
you will he intends to NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis
separate from
withheld from Civil Service annuity deemed to have met the Federal a Disposition of the cases includethe
age /
agency may completean
checks? and service requirements for application for refund of month year ago 34 following:
Answer: No, not at this
retirement on December 31 retirement Total accidents this lost and
time. CSC has authority to 1973. deductions (Stand year 39 Two driving parking
withhold for Federal income Question[ ard Form 2802) prior to his Total accidents year ago 67 privileges aboard station for var.
: May I
taxes only.Question oral! Health Benefits kecP my Fed. separation and submit the application Number of injuries this month 498 time, none assigned to complete
annuitant have coverage: after through/ his agency Number of this month Defensive
: May an Retirement 1An"wer If he has been injuries Motorcycle Driving
separated for
allotments taken from his check for : You may retain more than 31 days, he year ago 5 Course, seven Admin. Action, one
Union dues, as employees have ? this coverage with the same obtain an application! from may the Article 15 UCMJ twenty War
Answer: No. benefits and at the same costas Civil Service Commission and NUMBER OF MOVING nings Glvenandthree Dept. Head
Question: Is annuity paid under active
employees if submit the
you rev application directly Counsel.
the Civil Service Retirement tax- tire on an immediate annuity to the Commission. The applicant VIOLATIONSThis
able for Federal income tax pur- after 12 or more years of servo should be sure the application month 3
poses? ice or under the disability provisions has been signed: and Speeding 59 Two Dismissed, eighty-nine
Answer: Generally, yes. As of the retirement law; dated. The address placed on Reckless Driving 2 Fined U.S. Magistrate, and
soon as you have received retirement and if you were enrolled in a the application will be the Going through Stop Sign 53 thirty-three were military.
income equal to the plan (or plans) under the program address to which the refund
total of your retirement contri- from your first opportunity check will be sent. I
butions made during, your Fed or for the 'five years of Question: How long does it takeo ,
eral employment, all annuity service immediately precedingyour received thereafter is report- retirement. 'und of retirement contributions? <
able income for Federal tax Question: If an individual separates Answer: The normal time CO GO DANCERS
purposes. from the Federal service, needed to process a refund of
can he withdraw his contributionsto retirement contributions' 6 to
Question: What cost-of-living Increase -
will I receive if I retire after the Civil Service Retirement 8 weeks. The employing agency All Topless *
Fund? ..
generally submits the retire-
December 31, 1973 Let's say. I
retire June 30. 1974? Answer: An employee who ment records (and application BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS
Answer: Your earned annu is completely separated from 11 AM til 2 AM Dally
of June 30 1971. the the Federal service after less
ity as ." 1080 Cassat Ave. 388-9016
date of your retirement, will than > years total civilian servo Red Cross
ice can withdraw his contributions -
be compared with the annuity
at any time. If he had
based service and
on your average -
more than 5 years civilian seeking'volunteers
31, 1973 pay, plus through the 5.5 December percent service he can withdraw his WHAT'S EVERYTHING'SNEW
contributions at any time up to
cost-of.living increase: effective [
30 days before he is 62 and be NEW? !
January 1, 1974. Your annuitywill
be whichever is the larger comes entitled to a deferred Jax -The American Red
annuity. In dollars received
of these two amounts. As a retired : Cross will offer a course for
the annuity in
most cases is! WE HAV
employee, will of
you more valuable than the refund. volunteers on Monday,
March 18 through Friday,

March 22 from 9 a.m. to NEW Looks! NEW Sounds! NEW Girls!
Retirement at the
briefingset noon Hospital Office.Red Cross

Red Cross staffers, as DON'T MISS OUR FANTASTIC...

for well as nurses, will brief REMODELING PARTY
tomorrow
the volunteers on general THIS FRIDAY *SATURDAY ONLY:

procedures and techniquesto 6 P.M.11P.M..
be used in their work.

Jax-If you're going to retire soon, plan to be at Hangar 1000 After the course, the Evening is HALF PRICE!

tomorrow morning.The volunteers will be ready to
NAS Jax Transition Site will be sponsoring a briefing for all start on-the-job training.Red .

Armed Forces personnel eligible for retirement or transfer to the Cross volunteers are gS? Pussycat Estbrf$ (Dancing PJftrtefsi

Fleet Reserve within the next two years starting at 9 a.m.in Room 240. now found in 19 areas at the '. .. '
>*"* ; '
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Area military counselors and personnel within six months of Naval Hospital.

separation at NAS Jax are also invited to attend. If you're interested, call

The Civilian Employment Assistance program is a cooperative the American Red Cross I J\\
effort between the Department of Defense and the Department of Hospital Office at 772-2218 11 (Sundays too)

Labor which provides counseling on civilian labor market conditionsfor or 772-2219. 1 ...

career military members. 244WESTlthST: lhST EXIT PH.3SM3f4
Representatives from the following agencies will be at the briefing:

City of Jacksonville (Recruiting), Small Business Administration,

Florida State Employment Service, Florida Junior College, Chamberof

Commerce, Veterans Administration and the Navy Transition Site.


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I HC-2 upsets Air ,Ops, Basketball I Pelicans claim two victories



then crushes NarjaxJaxHC2 Standings j against NDRC and AIMDJaxThe ,

NATIONAL LEAGUE

increased their total as it turned out, their next game W L

win output for the season by 200 was with NarJax. VP-5 14 2 VP-49 Pelicans made contain Kevin Lover as he scored
per cent last week when they won HC-2 vacated the cellar AIR OPS 12 5 two additions to their American 22 second half points to lead VP-
two games and brought their position and left NarJax to occupy FASO 12 6 Basketball League record last 45 back to a 94-90 win. Lover
total number of wins in the it when they stuck them with a 73- MARINE BKS 9 4 week and both additions were in finished the game with 30 pointsto
National League to three. 43 loss. HS-7 9 7 the win column. lead all scorers.

Their biggest win was a 779 NarJax trailed by only four at HAWKS 8 6 NDRC led 48-44 at the half of VP-45 was outscored 86-80 from
upset of the second place Air Ops halftime but Joe Fulbright's 24 VW-4 6 9 their confrontation with the the floor but NDRC couldn't find
team in which they jumped out to points, Ed Clune's 17 and Joe MEDICAL 5 11 Pelicans but were unable to the range from the free throw lineas
a 45-27 halftime lead that Air Ops Urban's 10 proved to be more MARTI 4 10 they made only four of 15 attempts
was never able to overcome. then they could handle as Nar- HC-2 3 12 Hawks upset while VP-45 hit a sizzling
Joe Fulbright with 27 points, Jax's two leading scorers, Harold NARJAX 2 14 14 of 17.Other.
Ed Clune with 26 and James Shorr and Ken Tharp, could only AMERICAN LEAGUEW double figure scorers in

Mader with 11,were HC-2's upset manage 12 each.Singer L Mad FoxesJaxThe this game included Denny Dellwo

leaders.Air VP-56 13 0 with 18,John Brinson with 14 and
Ops made a vain attempt to leads HS-11 15 1 Hawk team from the Mike Adams with 10 for VP-45
come back in the second half NDRC 11 6 NAS Hospital lost a two-point and Rich Conley with 26, Larry
when John Fruge scored 20 of his AIMD 11 7 decision to FASO at the beginningof Chiasson with 20, John Troupe
24 and Barry Randolf scored 14 of Marine win HS-15 9 4 last week but their wounds with 18, Bruce Dauer with 16 and

his 18. Larry Williams con Jax-The National League'sfourth VP-45 9 6 healed quickly when they became Ike Oliver with 10 for NDRC.
tributed 10 to give Ops three men 679th .." 8' 8 only the second team this year to The Pelicans second conquestof
in double figures. place Marine Barracks defeat the league leading Mad the week the
team knocked off the third HS-1 5 11 was AIMD team
After their win against Ops, place Foxes of VP-5.
when
FASO team the HOSPITAL 4 13 they fell by a 75-64 total.
HC-2 was tied with NarJax for the by convincing NATTC 10 VP-5 fell by a 69-61 score after
and score.of 93-65 last week. 4 the half when VP-451ed by 27 at halftime but
cellar position in the league FAPL 13 trailing 29-23 at
The Marines wasted ho time 2 saw their final margin of victory
Klein scored
Lynn 24 points,
establishing solid lead when MPO 2 16 dwindle down to 13 when Beaver
HS-1 a and Gil
679th drops Mark Bujno 12 Starr 11 to
they led by 26 at halftime. Fred Spencer scored 10 of his 14 and
lead the way to victory.
Jax-The 679th Air Force team Singer played a very importantrole FASO Slips Richard Herrington and Vic David London scored 11 of his 13
their record back to in that first half lead half
brought a big in the second for AIMD.
Slider tried to ,bring their VP-5
position of balance last week when he scored 21 of his 23 points. HawksJaxThe team back to victory when Kevin Gordon ended up as high
when they sent HS-1 down to a 72- Singer was one of three past Herrington scored 12 of 18 and scorer for AIMD with 19.

54 defeat and brought their Marines who hit for 20 or more Slider 10 of his 12 in the second Rick Pruett with 18, John
record to eight wins against points when J.P.Baker scored 33 free throw line provedto
up half but it proved to be too little, Brinson with 16 and Mike Adams
eight losses. and Gene Stiggers scored 20.R.A. be the dividing line between in
the leaders VP45's
too late.Ron Dusa also hit double with 12 were -
with Dennis Bastran made it four in double last week
Mark Klenke 19, victory and defeat the week.
figures for VP-5 with his 15. second victory of
Carrignan with 15 and Bill figures when he scored 11. when FASO pulled out an 83-81

Hayman with 10,were leaders for Jim Zukewich with 28, Don decision over the Hawks.
the Air Force while Ed Brewly Johnson with 14 and Billy Holmes The Hawks had six more field Ops wins two easy games

with 25 and Jerome Davis with 19 with 12 were high scorers for .goals than FASO when it was all
led HS-l's efforts. FASO. over but their poor one for seven

.... .I': :l: __"_m i R! record at the free throw line lost after suffering loss to HC-2
the game for them when FASO
i
made 15 of 29 attempts to pull out Jax-After being upset by HC2at VW-4's top scorer list was

I..; Consolidate Your Bills To $10,000.00TERMS the victory. the beginning of last week, the composed of Aubrey Wilson with
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Don Johnson led a four-man
enough to win 84-54 Adolfo Villanueva with 11.
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'" and 70-58 victories over VW-4 and Medical was the next team to
33 points and was followed by Medical, respectively.The bow to Ops when John Fruge
Willard Martin with Jim
I .SOUTHERN1 19, scored 26, Jim Rhodes 12 and
Zukewich with 16 and Don Hurricane Hunters of VW-4
Barry Randolph 12.
Davenport with 11. were overcome when Garry Pope
Streeter Medical'soneman
Larry was

]INDUSTRIAL BANK"The The Hawks had their own four- almost them with single-handedly his 40 points.beat He scoring machine as he
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Little Bank with a Big Heart" Mark Bujno 14 and Ed Ryan 10.
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Safe stand hunters outTALLAHASSEE"You can I 1 JAX NAVY SPORTS BRiEFS I I I IUlJPIR.ES



pick out a safe hunter every

time," says Captain Jim Carter, WHERE Special Services and ask formed. HIGH SCORERS AT JAX
Firearms Safety Coordinator for ARE YOU?
for
the Florida Game and Fresh Jax The Intramural Mr. Anderson or Mrs. Teams will be made up BOWLING CENTERJax
Water Fish Commission, Softball Marsh, 772.3'124.SAILING of members from the three The Jax Bowling
is
"because they have an air about closer season getting CLASS STARTS local Branches ((91,126 and Center had several big
them" by the day but itwon't THIS MONTH 290)) and MAL's. scores rolled last week in

This "air of safety" is an attitude get off the ground Jax The next Special Those interestedand the various leagues and
that stands out in a groupof without umpires.A Services basic
sailing eligible members they were as follows:
hunters. Having the proper meeting held
was
last
attitude along with good gun week for all class will start on Thurs- desiring to bowl in a Sunday Night Mixed

handling skills makes the safe Softball officials prospective day, March 21. league consisting solely of League Faye Brimbow
hunter, "and everyone can pick and only Registration is now being FRA shipmates should rolled a 234 and a 537 and
him out", says Carter. one man showed up. taken at the Marina. Costof contact their Branch
Big game season is over in If you've got some free the course is $15.00 per Secretary Club John Stankaitis rolled a
Florida this year, but bird and time, you want to make a student. For further in- or 232 and a 633; Monday
Manager. Further details
small game hunting will continueinto little
extra and Night Mixed
money get formation contact Bud League -
March. Carter reminded concerning dates, time,
some exercise needto Lucas Betty Byla rolled a 200 anda
sportsmen that this type hunting you Marina Manager, place and league officials
requires the same gun handling be at the next meetingon Ext. 3260. will be published when 562 series and John
March 8 at 4 in the Stankaitis rolled 217 anda
skills and safety consciousnessthat p.m. INTERESTED IN sufficient teams have been a
big game hunting demands.. Athletic Office (Bldg. 563)). VARSITY SAILING? formed. 544; NAS Eye Openers
A safe hunter never puts downa VARSITY SOFTBALL Jax All hands in- League Bo Pek rolled a
loaded gun, especially in an For additional details
TRYOUTTIME 201 and Dot Sheehan rolleda
terested
automobile. "There is no reasonor in a varsity contact Joe Bodin, Branch
excuse for having a loaded fire Jax Tryouts for the sailing team should planon 91, at 771-1892 after 5:30: 519.JACKSONVILLE'S.
arm in your car," Carter stated."It Jax Navy Fliers Varsity attending an p.m.
is an open invitation for an Fast-Pitch Softball team organization and planning
accident," he pointed out. will
get underway on meeting on Thursday,
firearm It is illegal to discharge a Sunday, March 10 at 11 March 14, at 4 p.m. at the FINEST IN...
on or over any paved
public road, highway, street or a.m. Tryouts will be held NAS Jax Marina. For

occupied premises. In addition, at the field on Allegheny further information call nr JyAltIllFOOB

special regulations on the Avenue, just south of the Bud Lucas, Marina -
Commission's managementareas Blue Angel Little. League Manager Ext. 3260.
govern the carrying of Park.All hands are invitedto FRA FORMING -4 >>
loaded guns in vehicles,or having
t. --
tryout.LADIES BOWLING
LEAGUEJax
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loaded within
guns specified EAT IN OR
SOFTBALL Any'member of
distances of campsites or
checking stations. LEAGUE FORMINGJax the Fleet Reserve TAKE OUT FAMILY RESTAURANT

More gun accidents happen in Female depen- Association(FRA), active
the home than in the field. Safetyin dents aged 16 and over that duty or retired, in the
storing firearms in the home is are interested in forming a Jacksonville area who is
just as important as using good
gun handling techniques in the LadiesSoftball League are interested in a bowling DOMINICK'SRESTAURANT
field. asked to contact Jo Ann league is invited to join an

Always store guns unloaded Oliver, 264-1692; Eve FRA bowling league now 19
under lock and key and store Gaucher, 771.8446 or call in the process of being ci
ammunition in another part of
the house also under lock and
key. Take every precaution to UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

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And, most important, make sure RETIRED OR EX-MILITARY! HOURS: Sun.thru Wed.4PM- 0 PM,Thurs.Frl.Sat.! 4pm-12pm
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home obtains a safe hunter
certification early in his hunting We understand your problem.

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I k .r.-'W..w..WNhW..CE'ciL' SPORTS- 1. Comic perform Jeffrey at CecilJeffrey



BASKETBALLPete 3157 pin-fall. Rick Miller was 2nd 2651. Eden, one of the most .......
Barr turned in his most in the overall events,Class A. Bill The High Individual Game was exciting, versatile, talented
outstanding game of the year to Monical and Rick Miller were rolled by A. David of Supply witha entertainers in showbusiness ;1( .
lead the Blackbirds of VA-45 over standing 4th in the Class A 208. today will be appearing at the j
the Marines for the station Doubles competition, while Bud The High Individual Series was Cecil Field E.M. Club on Wednesday
basketball championship. Pete Franke and Dale Howard of Cecil rolled by T. Salm of VS-30 with a 13 March 1974. ---- -
grabbed a numer of rebounds, were in 7th. Hopefully these 576. Critics everywhere call Jefferya
played tenacious defense and standings will hold up through the one-man show,his "Moments of
scored numerous key buckets in tournament. Other notable high games were. Madness" is a wild Zanny
the game. Other Cecil Field bowlers who rolled by F. Marran of NAMTD Moving experience that offers
Another fine contribution was are doing extremely well in the No. 1 with a 204 and by T. Salm of many different situations in t,
turned in by Tyree Williams as he competition are Frank Long VS-30 with a 203, which he uses the audience to
continued his fine outside (AIMD) who is in 5th place in the Other Notable High Series were participate. The way he handles
shooting and playmaking. Cliff overall events and Al Copeland rolled by L. Bouk of VA-174 No. 2 people is unique. He has been
Haas and Tony Garrett were (AIMD) is in 4th place in Class A with a 552 and by A. David of called one of the best pick
extremely tough underneath Singles. Supply with a 533. pockets in the business.
making it difficult for the ATLANTIC WINTER LEAGUE Jeffey has appeared on all the
Marines to execute their patentedfast TEAM STANDING TUESDAY Free MoviesCommencing top nation-wide television shows, Eden
break. Congratulations are NIGHT and has played to our armed Jeffrey
extended to both the Marines and VA-45 No. 61 19 Saturday, 16 forces throughout the wold, including Jeffery Eden always has his
VA-45 on a fine year and exciting VA-174 No. 2 59 21 March at 1300, and every the Far East as well as audience in the palm of his hand.
game. VS-30 52 28 Saturday thereafter,there will bea Europe.The The show will run from 2100 -
BOWLINGA VA-45No.2 48 32 free children's movie Matinee format is comedy..the 2200. Don't miss it!
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Colomb and Coots :: :':':':'''' :'''':< :'' y''YoW-....


I top intramural bowlers. -r rm::::: INTRAMURAL BOWLING I


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V'AMERICAN i
Jax Last weeks intramural
leaders PACIFIC LEAGUE LEAGUE BUSCH BUDS 7 13 BATMEN No.2 2"6
bowling came from the The
Atlantic League where Robery in the Ones Pacific Bunch fell out of first W L HC-2 No.2 4 16 WALLBANGERS 1 22

Colomb of the Dirt Balls rolled a lost three to League the when they BUSCH LEAGUERS 15 5 FASO 1 16 ATLANTIC LEAGUEW
CPOS; the PSSSSST 13V 6Vi L
and from the American 8
241 game Pelicans
League where Ken Coots of the split with the Trippersand LATE CHARGERS 12 8 NATIONAL LEAGUE CPOS "S 15 ''" 9

team rolled swept four from the Mad HURRICANES 11 8 W L BALLERS 15 17
PSSSSST of
games Foxes
while "
the
and 211 on the to Mad Foxes also SEA KINGS 10& 9& LlONUEARTS 24 8 MAD FOXES No.1" 14" 6
206 way a 593 won three
from HC-2; the RED BARONS 8 12 REBELS 15 9 SIX PACKS 13t.110lh
series. Splitmakers took three from the TEXACO STARS 8 12 GUTTER RATS 14 6 AFEES 13 11
The team results and other
Busch Buds; and ADCOPS took MARINE BKS No.2 8 12 SOLEX 5 14 10 SEAHORSES ,I 11%16%
individual highs in the intramural .
three from
last the High Lifers. NFO 8 12 MARINE BKS 13 11 DIRT BALLS 11 9
leagues week
wereas
MAD FOXES No.3 6 14 PIN BUSTERS 11 5 CONTROLLERS 10 10
follows:
AMERICAN LEAGUEThe Bill Brown rolled games of 211 ROTOR HEADS 11 9 NARJAX 9 7
and 210 for the Pelicans for the CONTINENTAL LEAGUE HC.2 No.1 8 12 BATMEN 1 61% 9%
American League's second
highest games in the league while W L SPLITMAKERS No.2 6 10 SPARKS 6 22
place PSSSSST team took four
Francisco Toledo rolled GEMS 17 3
a 206 for
the first
from NFO; place Busch
the Trippers and Richard GAFFERS 14 .10
had to settle for
Leaguers. a split Nicholson rolled a 200 for the THUNDERBOLTS 13 7
with the Marine Barracks; the Ones Bunch. WRECKERS 13 11 NO MONEY DOWN !
third place Late Chargers also

settled for a split when they ATLANTIC LEAGUEThe SCREWBALLS HELP 11 10 13 10 Financing$ for E2's and upl!

rolled the Hurricanes the Sea
;
DOCS 11
CPOS retained the 9
Kings took all but half a game in the Atlantic League top even spot ROSE'S RAIDERS 9 15 66 MUSTANG _. ....
from the Texaco Stars; and the FICEUR 9 15
though they lost three to the 66 .CHEVELLE 2DR HT
Red Barons took three from the fourth place Six Pack team the WOMEN'S LIB 8 12

Mad Foxes No. 3 team. third place Mad Foxes took three; ZEROS 7 13 70 BARRACUDA Street a Strip _

Big games in the league in. from the Sea Horses; the Dirt --' VL -

cluded a 212 by Frank Woodard of Balls took three from AFEES; PACIFIC PAT'S USED CARS---
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204 by Dennis Merrifield of the ONES BUNCH 16 4

Red Barons, a 204 by Gaylord The only two 200s rolled, CPOS 14 10

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by Richard Gibney of the Texaco Rodger Gardner's 227 for the PELICANS 14 10 CENTURY 21IMPORTS
Stars and a 200 by Ed Hall of the Batmen No. 1 team and Pete TRIPPERS 12 8

Sea Kings. Longobucco's 204 for the Sea HIGH LIFERS 10 14

NATIONAL LEAGUEIn Horses. MAD FOXES No.2 8 16
the National League the top

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COMTACAIRLANT Basketball Tourney



I n HS-11 Dragonslayers live up to name with 68-65 win


': Jax-, The very: first preview of the cham- VP-56 70-66 in double \ .1, -.-

I 3 game of the COM- pionship game when the overtime in the first game Ir
TACAIRLANT Basketball HS-11 Dragonslayerswounded then dealt them the _

: Tournament proved to be a the Dragons of finishing blows six days *

later, 68-65, in the v..
championship game.

The Dragons held HS-11

to a 30-30 standoff up to pe
halftime but Mort McCarthy -

wielded a sharp e
sword in the' second half
and drew the most blood

from the Dragons when he
I j q
i I II scored 15 of his 19 points

and put the game just out
of the'reach of the Dragonshot I

breath. }4 -1'T9i

4 Art Patterson, Livia a
Capilla and Bill Hoffman
I
also got in their blows ? I
against the Dragons with

17, 16 and 12 respectively.The Ji ,

hottest efforts on the j
part of the Dragons came i
1 jI
from Larry Rawlins with I
14 and Ernest Pollard with

12.
HS-11 made their way
through the tournament
: i
_
-1 undefeated when they
kMcCARTHY slashed their way throughthe
NO POINTS--An unidentified HS-11 player is caught in the act of
Mad Foxes of VP-5 ((82-
blocking a shot attempt by Larry Rawlins of VP-56 in the COM I
61)) and RVAH-5 ((57-40))
?w TACAIRLANT Basketball Tourney. (Photo'by Mike Rose)
before dealing the final

death blow to the Dragons.The .

WIELDING HIS SWORD-Mort McCarthy displays the Dragons recovered VA-45' ((72-56)) and RV AH-5 representing COM
form he used in scoring 19 points as he led his HS-11 team' to a 68-45 enough from their woundsin ((59-53)) before falling againat TACAIRLANT at the
victory in the COMTACAIRLANT Championship game. (Photo by the first game to wreak the hands of the CinClantFlt Championshipbeing

Mike Rose) havoc on VP-24 ((86-47)), Dragonslayers.HS11 held this week at.,NS
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