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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1974
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 31 NO. 50 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval I Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida MARCH 14, 1974
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Question of the Week


I be voting this I IeI
.. I', .. Will you year- ?

';', """ Jax According to an On the other those who feel the only
informal Jax Air News are those who have been way to correct these

-' survey, most of the dismayed with politics problems is to continue to
: e military personnel here because of recent vote for those you think

plan to vote in their state problems uncovered in will restore the faith that
and local elections via the election campaigns.As has been lost in American

VOTEVoting absentee ballot. individual put it, politics.
Some of them have been "There's no good people to
using the absentee ballot vote for", and "I'm fed up Some NAS Jax per-
since their enlistment in with politics." sonnel also plan to returnto

the Navy. However, there are their hometown to cast
is the cornerstone of our democracy.

Every eligible person is strongly encouraged to ............................................'" '" ...'..." "'......................................'......WA"..."" their vote.
discharge his or her first duty in this election year. Of the 30 persons

To those who will be eligible to vote for the first I [ CLUB SCENE 1 questioned, 26 indicated
time I urge you to let your voice be heard.To they planned to vote in this
those who were previously eligible to vote but year's elections.

neglected to do so, resolve this year to join your
Hancock Hall this week
fellow citizens in the electoral process. By Mike Hansen ,

To those who have consistently exercised their starting off sound with of the"BrandX" solid ...........,.....................,....,..................'.... ,
Enlisted Mens Club country
responsiblity of citizenship, assure that our
democratic rights are preserved. Jax -- This week's tonight from 9 p.m.

Voting is an important means of participating in happenings at the Enlisted until 1 am.Tomorrow. you-\U/
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Mens Club include a "Poor the multi-
Every eligible
governmental
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process. person
covered by the Federal Voting Assistance Act can Louie's Night" tonight, talented group "Barbary r if you fail to \)

exercise his constitutional right by exercising and featuring free beer and Coast" will perform from vote I'm going \.

voting by absentee, ballot. snacks from 7 to 10:30: p.m. 9:30: p.m. until 1:30 a.m. : to have a tt
Persons under the provisions of the Act are: for all non-ra ted personnel. Their songs range from
Armed Forces personnel and their eligible spouses Tomorrow will be Soul pop to jazz-rock and soul. headacheuntil j

and dependents; merchant marine personnel and Music Night and Saturdaywill Saturday and Sunday :

their eligible spouses and dependents; civilian feature "Blue Sky", a afternoon, the club is ::1\::::::\ election!t.i:111111::::
employees' of the Federal Government who are rock group with taste anda featuring one of the best :::.. .

serving overseas, and their eligible spouses and great sound.Sandwiches three-man bands going.
and the like The "Roman Brothers"
dependents; non-federally employed U.S. citizens .
temporarily residing overseas. are available daily from 11 play just about every styleof l

All 50 states have enacted measures to ease a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 4 popular music and their

absentee voting procedures and requirements. A p.m. to 1 a.m. nightly. arrangements and stylingsare
forthcoming notice will announce the details of The EM Club also has a great. They'll be in the

each state's voting requirements and voting dates. well-equipped game room lounge from 3-7 p.m. both \

Timely attention should be given to those states with pinball machines and Saturday and Sunday.The _
which require registration before a request for pool tables. super soul group
ballot for either a primary or general election will It's your club. Make it "Reflection of Time" will
be honored. better by contributingyour be on hand Saturday from

Primary elections begin with the state of Illinoison ideas to the staff or 9:30: p.m. until 1:30: a.m.
19 March and end with the Hawaii primary on 5 your advisory board A double treat is in store

October 1974. The general election will be held on 5 members. Sunday with "Jack Finch
November 1974.Additionally Hancock Hall and The West Side Five"

a small number of states will be Varied types of musicare providing country sounds
holding special elections to fill existing on the agenda at from 8:30: to 10 D.m. Jef--

congressional vacancies. fery Eden, a super
Intelligent informed voting is one of the most comedian, will tickle your
precious privileges and important duties of a free funny bone from 10-11 p.m.
citizen in a free country. D dOa and Jack Finch and his

Vote. troupe will return again at Ithe
John W. Warner 1L oow OI NJ 11 p.m.

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Sunday About
CoverOur
Divine Worship 8:30: a.m.
at All Saints Chapel.
Church School 9:30: a.m.
Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
All Saints Chapel.
Junior Youth Fellowship cover photo shows PH2 Kirk Schneider of the
Fellowship 12:30: p.m. 1.30:Senior p.m.Youth Fleet Air Photo Lab giving blood at the blood donor

Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. center behind the Navy Hospital.
at the Small Chapel. As can be seen in the photo, it isn't hurting Kirk a bit,

JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise NflWSPfPP" Tuesday and it could be helping someone very much at a later I
distributed each Thur da, at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 date.
Jacksonville.>. Florida by the Holt Publishing: Company, a p.m at Bldg. 750 and Lt. Charles I
Christian Science Service 8 Myers, also in the cover shot, is the lab
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in th" JAX AIR NEWS p.m. at the Sma" rhoel officer
at the
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2. NAS hospital and he has a problem. It seems
Jacksonville by 12.00 noon on Monday before publication.News NAVAL HOSPITAL that about 95 percent of the 30 to 35 units of blood that he I
items are welcomed all sources. Telephone 772.3118 Divine St. Lukes.Worship 9:30 a.mat needs per week used to come from the Naval Air
or 3119. Technical Training Center which closed down several
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"Everything advertised in thi* publication must be made NATTCProtestant weeks
ago. At least three times in the past several
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 weeks the hospital has had to sand to Orlando for blood.
Building 500.(
user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Chief Joe Edge at the Photo Lab gave Kirk a day off
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in the CATHOLICSaturday for his effort. Capt. William Sizemore, NAS Jax CO;
refusal to print advertising from that source." Mass 5 p.m. at says that he
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries St. Edward's Chapel heartily approves of the practice. Enoughsaid.
Sunday Mass
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concerning'such should be directed toOI" : .
... a.m. Daily Mass Monday,
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">-" .S 4545 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210. ,, Mass 11:30 a.m. at CONSERVE
v'o? ,..-, Telephone 387.3566 the Naval Hospital Chapel.
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I Canadian 'Canuck' flies at CecilA


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detachment of twenty warfare role and brought back machinery who control the in
Canadians, both air and ground into service with the North terceptors.
crews, arrived last week at American Air Defense Com
N.A.S. Cecil Field for a fourteen mand. Electronic Warfare takes the
day, stay and were hosted by The basic role of the squadronis squadron from Puerto Rice to
Attack Squadron SEVENTYTWO. to train NORAD forces in the Alaska and from the Atlantic to
conduct of an effective air the Pacific providing our Air
The aircraft flown by the 414 defense battle, in spite of an Defense System with realistic,
Squadron is the Canadian unfavorable electronic environment unremitting and imaginative
designed CF-100 "Canuck". and disruption of electronic countermeasures
Originally an all-weather fighter normal means of control of the situations. They provide
interceptor,the CF-100 was flown defense force. The:squadron acts assurance that if the day comes
by thirteen squadrons in Canada as friendly enemies and when a real enemy triggers our
and Europe until its retirement penetrates the protected airspace alarm system the NORAD
from active service in 1962. around North America and in so complex will be ready and able to n
Several of the aircraft were doing exercises ,the Interceptor destroy the enemy beforehe

-reconfigured-... for an-.-electronic.--....... -,,.'-Aircrew'." along with,_the men_and,._.J destroys us.Photos.



by AN
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Jim HarringtonCAPT..Steve BREITNER, (L) navigator and Assistant O-ln-C of the
Detachment Is welcomed to N.A.S. Cecil Field by VA-72 ,Executive

tr }: Officer CDR. Robert F. Brennock.



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Switching toA7VA2Q3




makes last A-4 flight



'1" Saying goodbye to a reliable friend is often a sad
to ,/ ., occasion. Such sadness was felt at VA-203 Friday as the

: Yt Navy said goodbye to the reliable Douglas A-4
; "SkyHawk".

Commander Bobby Morgan, VA-203's skipper, piloted

A v'; ,... ry'F the last Navy homebased A-4 flight from NAS Jax. '203
ek I u N is transitioning to the newer and more capable? A7


J;; Corsair The Marines 11. of Marine Air Reserve Training Detach-

ment here will still fly the A-4, but for the Navy the new

plane has the A-4's assignments.

Lieutenant Commander Dick Twildey, the squadron's

executive officer voiced his sadness, and probably that

of the entire squadron, at the phase-out of the A-4

saying, "when you have a plane that works as well as

w the A-4 has for so many years, you kind of hate to see it

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car a rough rider winter garments, linens or outside contractor. Remember,
Smooth out the jolts and bouncesby drapes, be sure that they're the Navy Exchange "Satisfaction
replacing worn shock absorbers clean. The Navy Exchange Guaranteed" policy also appliesto
for a safer and more Laundry and Dry Cleaning vending machines and the ,
comfortable ride. The Navy Service can help you to safeguard products they dispense.
Exchange Automotive Centercan these items from moth and insect Beware the "Ides of March'!" :
perform this service for you damage by removing soil and dirt Spend your leisure time safely at
at a reasonable cost. from the fabric. the EM Club and avoid the chillyblasts :1
It's no blarney..your Navy Only quality products are sold of the season. There are
Exchange Food Service facility is in the NAS Jax vending five weekends this month for you
ready to help you celebrate St. machines. The merchandise is to enjoy the comforts waiting for
Patrick's Day.Stop by for a "wee always purchased fresh and is you at the club.
bit o' fun" and a big measure of frequently inspected for qualityby Add a touch of elegance to your
good eating on March 17. the Navy Exchange, even if lifestyle by having your own
Before storing away your the machines are serviced by an monogram embossed or printedon
matches, coasters, napkins or .. i
r almost anything else. The cost is
just pennies at your Navy Exchange -

I Let GAC Center. Personalized Services

: Occasionally expressing personal, we all need thoughtsor helpin

feelings of endearment and
VP-49-RAdm. Harold G. Rich, Commander
ADM. RICH VISITS
warm regard. Flowers are just
Patrol Wings, Atlantic Fleet, talks to VP-49 officers during his visit to
about the nicest help we can get.
the"Woodpeckers"in Keflavik, Iceland. RAdm. Rich also visited with I
Know why? Because flowers
put a jingle love communicate you"! They or whisper shout"I the"49ers"squadron's. enlisted men and went on an operational flight with the

"congratulation", in a most ideal
way and go a step further than Reservists complete
mere words. Stop by the Navy

in your Exchange Flower Shop. Corsair II courseJaxSeven


MP.O closing Selected Air Reservists from Naval Air Reserve
Division (NARDIV-Fl) recently completed the first A-7A-B "Corsair
March 19-21 II" familiarization course to be given at NARU.A .
total of 41 other SARS completed the course last month with VA-
dufflebag. Jax-.The NAS Jax 174 at NAS Cecil Field.

F Military Personnel Office The reservists are taking the course in preparation for the arrival of
(MPO) will be closed for the first A-7s due at VA-203 in early April. Forty of their active duty
regular business March 19- counterparts at the squadron have already completed the course.
21 due to the office
movingto Approximately 200 more reservists from NARDIV-F3, Reserve
Bldg. 500. Training Unit RTU-203 and VA-203 are scheduled to complete the two-
7k 1 WN This also includes. part course,which covers the A-7's electrical, mechanical, ordnance,
telephone inquires.Emergencies hydraulic, pneumatic, egress and fire control systems.
may be Now that they have received this background knowledge, the class
referred to the sectionat
duty
will move on to RTU-203 to receive their practical experience and thento
Ext. 3165 or 3166. VA-203 where they will receive continuous training on weekend
MPO expects to be open drills to fully qualify them to augment the regular Navy in a national
for normal operations the

% \ /i# morning of March 22. A7.emergency.VA-203 the first reserve squadron on the East Coast t to receive the



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beat prices and to buy the bargains you want before


they're You don't gone.have to make a lot to borrow a lot at GAG. MOBILE HOMES )1

The size of your loan depends on many things: the INC.

bills you have or have had. What you own or want to
buy. The kind of work you do. And, because you 5070 NORMANDY BOULEVARD 786-8110

wear a uniform, the kind of work you do rates very BLANDING BLVD, ORANGE PARK *
high with GAG. A steady income makes it easier for 4118 PHILIPS HIGHWAY ssa:

you to get a loan. But, more important, GAG wants US HWY 17, GREEN COVE SPRINGS 284-5616
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f SO SO. EDGEWOOD AVE.PHONE 31703)1 RUCK AND ARTESIAN WELLS
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8 JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER,__- ,'srs


Bicycle safety [ More onBicqlogy. I!I '\



rules outlinedJax .... Tr r' kh'

By Ron Bayles
Due to past articles on bicycle riding published in Jax Air Jax-1,111 miles in 100 days and
have been received rules for entering
concerning
News, some inquiries still going, from home to work.
the main gate and safety precautions to follow. Eight miles one way. Under 36
NASINST 5560.6F 23 March 73 states: Persons riding a bicycle on minutes is the pace for George : s' op E'
station streets and roadways shall be granted all of the rights and shall Oberbeck of FICEUR's Photo _
be subject to all duties applicable to the driver of a vehicle as outlinedin _
this instruction except for those rules which by their nature have no Lab.During those 100 days, Ober

application. beck has ridden in a car only
"Bicycles shall be used to carry no more persons at one time than twice. He started riding his 4- fr-' r t
the number for which they are designed and with regular seats attached speed bicycle last Thanksgiving -
thereto. Cyclists shall ride as near to the right side of the roadway as through rain, cold weather, r
practicable, proceed with the traffic not against it and exercise due harrassing motorists and winter 1
caution when passing a standing vehicle or one proceeding in the Daylight Savings Time with only : ; _
same direction. Bicycle riders shall not ride more than two abreast.
one slight mishap: a mere _
They shall keep at least one hand on the handle-bars when the cycle is flip off his bike on the side of
in motion. Bicycles shall not be operated on sidewalks unless U.S.17.
specifically authorized. Front lights and rear light or reflectors shall The reasons behind the daily
be used at night." peddling are a need for a second
The rule concerning entering the gates is similar to motorcyclists mode of transportation, physical
without decals; show your I.D.card to the M.P.There is no need for a fitness and his protest against the I K
decal for bicyclists. oil companies price hikes.
There are plans being made to create bicycle paths in special His rewards for the extensive
designated areas for bicyclists. When the final plans become
bike riding are a feeling of good
available,they will be published in the Jax Air News. physical condition, a smaller
-
waist and an increasein the size of PAPERWORK-Oberbeck: fills in the mileagein the log book he
his thighs. Keep on bikin' keeps. (Photo by Ron Bayles)
GUITAR PLAYERS George!


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MONDAY THR4 THURSDAY: Main Lobby 9am to4pm Drive In Tellers& Installment Loans 9am to 4pm I
FRIDAY I : All Departments9am to8pm
Member FDIC Phone 714.1770 HOME
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Offering 3 On-Station Courses W4 I... rPu.1.u
Jax-The University of'North Florida will offer three full-credit
upper this month.level college courses in the Business Administration field later

Open to all qualified military personnel, dependents and civilians, 1_ __ r r .
the courses include: Ir-Trr-::

MAN 312: Administrative Management; MAR 321: Production,
Marketing and Logistics Principles; and MSC 500: Mathematics of
Decision Theory.
MAN 312 will meet Mondays and Wednesdays from
7 to 9:05: p.m. in
Hangar 1000, Room 234 beginning March 25. MAR 321 will meet i1ANIIfR Y
Tuesdays and Thursdays during the same hours in Hangar 1000, Room ::
233 beginning March 26.MSC 500 will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays at
the same time In Hangar 1000,Room 234 beginning March 26.
Registration for each course will be conducted during the first class
meeting of that course in the room assigned.
If you're not already a degree student at UNF, talk to your
educational advisor about taking one, two, or all three of these
courses.You may save yourself some time,gas and-or money!
FJC Gears Up for Spring Quarter

Florida Junior College is getting on the move for its spring on- -- _..-" VV JR.- ,-. --
station courses.
FJC counselors will be onboard NAS Jax April 15 and 16 from 10 a.m. MAYOR TANZLER SALUTES SEABEES-Jacksonville Mayor Hans G. Tanzler, Jr. salutes the
until noon at the new Educational Services Office in Bldg. 500 to help Jacksonville area Seabees with a proclamation declaring March 5 "Seabee Day" in Jacksonville.
all military personnel and dependents in selecting courses. Looking on (L-R) are: EQCM L.B. Tharp, CBU-410 Assistant Officer-In Charge; Ltjg( ) R.A. Howell,
Registration for all FJC on-station courses will be April 18 from CBU-410 skipperand Cdr. R.P. Wilking, Cecil Field Public Works Officer. The day marked the 32nd
11:30: a.m. to 3 p.m. in Bldg. 500. anniversary of the Navy Seabees. t.



CU sets V '


annual Polynesian z :: ..



meetingJaxThe Health Spa is ; .. >. :

p-: kfiK

Jax Navy Federal
Credit Union will hold its 22nd the Answer
Annual Meeting Saturday, March
16, at 7 P.M. in the Civic t ...:.'..
: '
Auditorium. '. '
Close to 2,800 members and t ,.,. '.,.1 j.;
their guests are expected to at-

tend.Highlights .: 1
on the program \ 1
include a speech on aspects of .
today's Navy by U.S.
Congressman Charles E. Bennett A MEMBERSHIP TO FIT 4
and an audio-visual presentation h
entlitled "More Than JustMoney" EVERY WOMAN'S NEEDS i
specially prepared for
the credit union.Members AND BUDGET! Jo
in attendance will be
able to participate in elections to 6 MONTHS LIFETIME .

select four new members of the -1 YEAR2YEARAVAILAJJLENOW --
board of directors and two new
members of the credit com- AT.LOW I -
mittee. All such officials are
elected directly from the credit CHARTER RATES!

union's general membership.A .
dance in the auditorium's
Exhibition Hall will follow the
business portion of the meeting.
Two bands-the Al Olsen Group "
and the Kicks will provide Open Six .
continuous dancing music until ? :

midnight.There is no charge for either Days a Wk. for Women! p ; f :
the meeting or the dance, but a
\
nominal fee will be charged at the \ 36 Ft. Heated Swimming Pool \
dance to defray expenses for ice, 8
set-ups and potato chips. Sizzling Steam and Sauna Baths
All credit union members and
their guests are urged to attend. Fun-Fashioned Exercise Classes ,

No reservations are necessary. Free Child Care Center

12 Ft. Tri-level Whirlpool V'V m tV

Pool Water Phone 'Health Juice Bar Inhalation Rm. ',,. .
-r 264-4$16 (
Analyzed Nutritional Guidance 'j '
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NEX helping ecologyJaxThe


NAS Jax Navy Exchange Is doing its part for ecology with

its own compactor. =A
Located on the Main Store's loading dock, the compactor is used to
press and bundle shipping boxes for recycling.Over .
a thousand cartons are crushed daily before being picked up bya .k
local commercial firm under a government contract for recycling.
Proceeds of approximately $12.00 a ton go to the Defense Supply rrt ;
Agency for property distribution programs.
Also helping to promote the NAS Jax ecology effort are the Navy _
Exchange EM Club, Candlelight Restaurant, CPO Club and Com '
missary, which have recyling trailers for aluminum cans. / ;? :', \\-\\u'\ -
Cans are picked up from the trailers each weekend by Boy Scout i. ;
-
Troop 131 and taken to a central pickup point where they are picked up 11tki'r
by the Reynolds Aluminum Company. f _
Proceeds of approximately % cent per can go to the Boy Scouts and 1 ar
the NAS "Plant A Flowering Tree" program.

MINI-CYCLES' _
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ag ZERO DEFECTS on 56 consecutive jobs assigned is the record achieved by Elton J. Burch
(Left),an aircraft electrician at NARF. Burch's success in producing a high quality product the first I
time around brought him a "ZD"award from Capt. C.E. Boeing, NARF C.O.

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BOULEVARD ATLANTIC 8209 1: 0 iJ lIQ1j M 0 PHONE 7255811QUESTIONS i.--- TORRANCE'S KITCHEN ----------------I|


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Jax-This week we have taken Thread meat and vegetables> onto Barbecue sauce may be used
our recipe from the "Money- skewers leaving a little space instead of fat or oil. Lamb stew
r- Saving Main Dishes" U.S. meat may be substituted for the
Department of Agriculture Home between each piece. Brush meat beef cubes.
and Garden Bulletin No. 43. and vegetables with fat before
ABOUT LOANS? It is another of the booklets and during cooking to help keep Another variation is to use
described in this column last them moist. fresh or cured pork shoulder
week that are available free from instead of the beef. Thread onto
WE'LL ANSWER THEM.No U the Department of Agriculture or Place kebabs on charcoal grillor skewers with partially cooked or
may be purchased at the under broiler of oven. Turn as
Government Printing Office needed to brown evenly on all canned sweet potatoes and chunksof
( names. No sales pitches.)
Bookstore in the Federal fruits such as pineapple, apples -
Building, 400 West Bay Street, sides. It should take 20 to 25 bananas or orange sections.
Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on Jacksonville.Beef. minutes to cook the meat to rare. Cook this variation about 20
your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick, Twice as long for well-done. minutes.NOW .
courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor Shish KebabsINGREDIENTS
talk shop unless you want us to. : 2 Ibs. Beef
Dial Finance chuck (lean, cut in IVfe-inch

W. don't want you to like us just for our money cubes), commerical meat ten-
40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 derizer, vegetable chunks OPEN !
5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895 (tomatoes, green or red peppers
4721 San Juan Ave. 384.2314 partially cooked or canned
1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764-2583 Cash to potatoes,onions, or carrots), Fat
$5,800 oil (about 2 and Westside
Slciman Lone Star Center or tbsp.), salt -

6681 Arlington Rd. 724.9555 pepper.
Treat meat with tenderizer.





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JAX AIR NEWS'AIRWlNGER PAGE 11


Dental checks 'Dragons' teeth I


Jax--The NAS Jax Dental
Department has 1 If
to offer squadron _

stations.to their The departure" ; 1 ___ _

were the first to > W915)YH
Dental package, 4
flouride treatment,
and, if necessary,
pointment The unique for 1 r
program is that
the squadron, rather r0M
usual reverse. Dental
couple of dentist's
chest full of records A
them down to Hangar Awi f

examination.Personnel are
through a main
. where they are given 6.
brush and a chew-up sill
in the detection of 1hp f \
brushing and'
Dragons were placed in
inspected, and then
the flouride treatment. _
Anyone needing
treatment is given
pointment for a later A NAVY DENTIST gives every man a. quick but thorough
dental clinic. examination. Any man needing dental work is then given an. ap I
pointment prior to his deployment date.
: '. .' i I .

applies the flouride treatment. The TEXA"t.
1 T' the flouride is then applied with small rIRI&"S

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COMPLETE AUTO CARE!
in Jacksonville!
MECHANIC ON DUTY
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AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS

4> CAR WASH
*" of TOKYO TEXACO
Ask Ed about our FREE LUBE!
JAPANESE ROOMS
STREET PHONE J53-OH3 ED STEPHENS,Owner
11.2,Dinners.Sat,Sun 11.11 4851 SAN JUAN AVENUE PHONE 389-9414
3 (Corner of Cassat&San Juan)

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Wt'vt Changed our Phone 771-9156
but the SERVICE is & Pickup trucks
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right) and Frank Doyle for a chance to give

Photos By Mike Rose Twelve members of a visiting their first exposure to training at
Naval Reserve unit are being the rework level.According .
exposed to a broad view of the
Navy's production picture while to the unit's skipper,
: -II completing their two-week active Cdr. Harold Franz, many of the
duty commitment in Jackson- reservists have jobs in the
r ville. automobile industry in Detroit
oNoa BACK BY The 52-man Intermediate and as skilled mechanics, have
(c Maintenance Support Unit 7Y2 benefited from their temporary
) p from Detroit,Mich.,arrived here assignments in the Power Plant,
)) sa ,a19Q POPULAR DEMAND! March 2 for its annual training Hydraulics and Heat Treat
1i1 cycle at AIMD. Some of the Foundry.Tom .
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augmenting their training in the only reservist to find his
aircraft maintenance by workingon )training comparable with his
the production line at NARF. civilian job at a carbine. and



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reservists a look at work on the production line.


( ittmg tool plant where he is training officer, Frank Doyle. -r ,\. Let's Clean Up AmericaFor
miliar with heat treatingetals
The training and hospitality at .
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I f ocessing in NARF's noting new that 2.75 thence described both the AIMD as "superb"and NARF by 7Y2's were Our 200th Birthday

who Indicated that ,
commander
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the reservists requested duty in 1'.
I icility is identical to that with
Jacksonville and had been
A rich he works in Detroit. Other
rewarded welcome change
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from icy winter to
tjaining on the A-7 line and in thee Michigan's
Florida sunshine. .
igine shops.
LCdr; Fred Kruger the unit's The unit, which was commissioned *
executive officer coordinated the in 1947 as a carrier Pizza
t ARF assignments with support unit, is scheduled to Lx.n
Raymond Splinter of the depart NAS today for a return
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I. O'CLUB HAPPENINGSJax :r \ next weekJaxHC2



tomorrow,NAS Jax Officers Club patrons will be ableto
enjoy all the club's privileges and just say,"charge it". Det 42, stationed on
The club will be accepting both Bank Americard and Master Charge board the USS Franklin D.
credit cards. Roosevelt (CVA-42)) is scheduledto

Private parties,. wedding receptions, special dinners and en- return to Jacksonville early
tertainment can all be charged. next week when the aircraft
carrier moors at Mayport.
Tomorrow will be a special evening for entertainment at the O'Club Formed in March of 1973, the
with the Norwood Singers providing the music starting at 9:30: p.m. detachment includes 47 enlistedmen
March 23 is "Western Night" with an old-fashioned Beer Drinking and 11 officers with LCdr.
Contest highlighting the festivities. Jon Walker as OfficerinCharge.While .
Barbecue steaks, baked beans and corn-on-the-cob will be the t deployed, the Rooseveltsaw
featured menu items and a Western band will furnish the music. action in the Eastern
Cost will be $5.50 per person and reservations may be mate at the Mediterranean during the Arab-
O'Club office.Festivities Israeli crisis and performed
will start on the patio at 6:30: p.m. with the band operations in both the Med and
scheduled to start playing at 8:30: p.m.A North Atlantic.Det .
42 is credited with rescuing
Junior Officers Night is planned for March 29 with "Ice House" three people during their
V
providing rock and soul music starting at 8:30: p.m. deployment, including saving the
life of a critically burned Greek
sailor during a Medivac from a

HS-11 sponsoring seminar Greek freighter.
; The detachment returns after
completing 1,800 hours of ac

on Navy wives benefitsJax i: cident-free flying, carrying 100
tons of mail and cargo, and
FINISHING TOUCHES-Lfjg. Ken Holzmann,an Air Ops SAR pilot, transferring over 2,000
-11 will sponsor a one-day wives benefits seminar March 28 puts the finishing touches on an artwork at the new Junior Officer's passengers.
from 9 a.m.to 2 p.m.at the Candlelight Restaurant. Club,The Cage. Located in the old package store, the Cage will offer
The seminar schedule is as follows: beer,wine and games. Grand opening will be on March 22,with the Air
9 a.m.: Commissary Store Ops SAR pilots buying the first keg at 3 p.m.JACKSONVILLE'S. IGHTS OUT BECAUSE
10:30: a.m.: Survivor's Benefits
11:15: a.m.: Navy ExchangeNoon
: No Host Luncheon
1 p.m.: Hospital & CHAMPUS ( i' I l l l l l lo

Reservations can be made by calling Ltjg( ) Black at Ext. 3106. FINEST IN...
Reservations are required for all wives other than ones from HS-11,
who will make their reservations through their command.
Child care is free at the Station Nursery. -IYlU.IAI Ov

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FOOD D ASTROMOTORS


*4c t \ .. : : EAT IN OR

oQ V : INC.::1
w..C9VaR$ TAKE OUT FAMILY RESTAURANT SU Normandy Blvd.7I1-4V7I
.,_. "?'-@ "Good Transportation at Low Costs"IOOpeI
Kadettt Wagon RH AT
ALL THE COLORS YOU WANT FOR YOUR HOME: Air S139S
'CONGOLEUMMoorepaint. 70 VW Sedan RHSS $1395
Ik-iy-mm A* 6 "VW Sta Wagon RH 55 Sim
WALL PAPER
} DOMINIONSRESTAURANT 70 Ford F'Lant R H SS SItS
( ANTIQUING SUPPLIES eJ M VW Sedan R HAT SitS
u VW Bus SitS
GRANT PLAZA at 103rd ST. PHONE 77M5U 19 tTVWChlaRH $795
BankAmericard Matter Charge Welcome 01 s '7 Plymouth 6cyl R H $795
67 Dodge R HAT $795
M VW Station Wagon $495
44 VW Sedan RH $495
44VW StatlonNagon $595
JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONREPOSSESSION 6403 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE 387-2621 6S VW Sedan R H $595
Mustang RH 55 $495
(O/j mile No.of Main Gate) 47
Cougar RHSS $495
) .HOURS: Sun.thru Wed.4PM-10PMThurs.Frl.Sat..12pmWere 6S GTO RH AT $495

[ ( SALE] 45 Rambler Ford RH AT Ambassador RH AT $495$495

6S Comet RHSSAcyl $495 I
MFordF'LaneRHAT
$395
Why pay full price when you can get it for less? 66 Chevy Malibu HAT $395
Falcon RH AT 6cyl $395
Chevy RH 55 6cyl $395
specialists in 45 Mercury MontclairR HAT $295
4564 Normandy Blvd.
--------; mobile homes for Phone 781.4978lEST

70 BUICK RIVIERAPS 72 DODGE Va TON PICK-UP

PB, AC, R&H Air Conditioned, Navy personnel .
PS, PB, Auto. trans.


1795 WHY? Because our sales manager Is USN Retired and he
$2450 knows the score. We've moved a few times ourselves
during our Navy careers. Our maintenance and setup
j man Is former Navy. Some of our Salesman are active

73 DODGE MONACO2dr duty Navy.With many different avenues for financing,we
HTACATPSPB recommend Navy Credit Union. You can obtain special
j R&H, Vinyl Top rate for nonresident Military mobile home license plate.
We sell Concord, Skyline, Barrington & Elcona Homes. If
you want straight answers to mobile home needs,you see:

$3395 Frank H.
72 PARAMOUNT For SALES Call... For LOTS Call... Tally
EDWARD STEVENS (USN Ret) BETTY NORMAN
MOBILE HOME
C.LU.
771-0275 771.9055
73 CHEV. MONTE CARLOVT 2 BR, unfurnished
PS, PB, AC Includes Set Up 1 or HOMES 2 Bath,Dishwashers 20r 3 BR, LOTS Double with Driveways paved patios 1645 Cassat Ave.

AM-FM Tape Dryers,Every Decor Modern convenience
Rad.
50 mile
Ph. 384.2226
Elect Seats & Windows

$4495 to $14,500w
like a good sun IAIM
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$3895 neighbor n
COLONY MOBILE HOME. State FarmIs

'f9 PARK & SALES there.INSUUNC

.vfff ONE. .384-1,3J..D/CK, / ,WALLACE ?359, 103rd STREET. (Near NAS & Cecil) ITU run. MVItll MIOMOIIll'0111.10.IIHIMCtCOMMRV .ILL.
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III!* CALL: 387-3566 Movie ScheduleThursday


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 oubllshecJ the fOllowing week unless the publisher; Is In. ... ....
or money order for .he cost - - - -
of the ad must be received WITH the copy.

RATE: minimum Mall to: HOLT charge(3lines PUBLISHING( ) .. $1.00 Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...50c March 14"SCALAWAG" Classic) Comedy, Starring the

CO...565 SHIRLEY AVE., JACKSONVILLE 32210 Action Marx Brothers, Margerot

Comedy, Starring Kirk Douglasand Dumont, Louis Calhern and

Mark Lester. "G" ((93 min.) Edgar Kennedy. "G" (72 min.)

I EMPLOYMENT_- :- I |L REAL. ESTATE. :: .:'. ( GOOD WE USED BUY MOBILE AND SELL HOMES "TO Friday, March 15
KILL A
MOCKINGBIRD"Drama
TYPINOOR BOOKKElPlNG TRAILER Phone 388-4619 Wednesday, March
LOTS
WITH
AT MY HOME Two, up to twenty acre. Tracts ACREAGE 5 mile Starring Gregory Peck "EVEN ANGELS EAT
5 Yrs. experience as a legal secretary. radius Cecil Field 4 I 1-295 $2,000.00 to COLONY MOBILE HOMES and Mary Bedham. "PG" (129 BEANS" Drama, Starring
7868023. $3,000.00 Sales 8. Rentals, 9359 103rd St. Call min.)
per acre. Prices are far 7710275. Giuliano and Bud Spencer. "PG"'
below near-future values. Call Tony Photostating and notary Saturday, March 16
PART>TIME JOB servl Ct. ((93 min.)
George, 389.5514, Eve. 7711976.
A.M.-12 Noon, or 5 P.AA.-10 P.M. $2.10 WYNNE REALTYOF "DON'T LOOK NOW" ,
Hr. 355-2741) Realtors FLORIDA BY OWNER ItMMARLETTE Supernatural, Starring Donald .a.reaORTEGA
Specialist 10'X55', 3BR., 10'X20' Awning, Near Sutherland and Julie Christie.
PARTOR FULL TIME OAKHILL PARK Cecil Field. All for $2500. 786.0065. HILLSKINDERGARTEN
MECHANICSAfternoons 3BR., 2BA., fncd. yd., Sty. 8. refrlg., "R" (110 min.)

Saturdays or FulltimeJax carpet & drapes, near bases: Equity BEST BUYIn Sunday, March 17
Top Chevrolet Dealer. 771-8747 Mobile Homes,Sales and Service, "AMOROUS ADVENTURESOF
Apply In
Call and
Larry Schwartz, USN day care
Active at
person to Mr. Foster NIMNICHT WE BUY EQUITIES MOLL FLANDERS"
7720275. 9359
103rd St. Near
CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat Broker Louise T. Bailey 771-3605 Jax. Cecil & Comedy, Starring Kim Novak 5029 OREENWAY DRIVE

Avenue. and Richard Johnson. "PG" ((122 PHONE 384-1497

GREAT JOB Immediate FOSHEE cash for REALTY your equity, none- I[';'TRANSp.ORTA1QN1:;:{:} min.) DAYCARE .

Earn $50475 per wk., working part. too large or too small. Monday, March 18 Ages 4 Months to 5 yrs .I
time calling on single girls. Earn 388-1581 Broker 66 CHEVELLE-NO CASH DWN. "THE STONE KILLER" Hot Meals
more with Incentive plan.Must be Mag Wheels, Excel running. Call 358- Supervised
Action Drama play activities
sharp! Phone 721.3600. 0881. Starring Charles
FISH CAMP &2BR. HOME Bronson and Martin Balsam. HOURS: 7AM-6PM
MANDARIN-12MIN.NAS BANK REPOS
"R" (95 min.) ALL DAY CARE
SERVICEMANInside 200 Ft. '
on Jullngton Creek. 780 Ft. on 72 TOYOTA CORONA
sales; part-time weekdays S Paved Rd. Home 8. Income approx. '73 HONDA CIVIC Tuesday March 19 Transportation AvailableTo
Sat., Earn extra $$$, $2.00 hr. to start. $18,000-$20,000 yr. $69,000-Terms. '69 CHEVY NOVA "DUCK SOUP" (A 1933 Film Kindergarten Children

Apply at 1506 Prudential Dr..:.-- GATLIN, CO. REALTOR 396-7775 CALL 786-1192

WORKING MANAGER ORANGE PARK 1966 RAMBLER ROGUEHT
Must have good mechanical ability. 570 AQUARIUS CON. 6cyl. AT, Radio, Heater Bucket
Starting salary over$10,000 plus profit 4BR., 2BA., CH&A, DW, disposal, SC Seats Console Firm$495. Ph. 7715333.
sharing. Fast growing corporation. Range, Lg. Fly. Room kit. Comb.
Write P.O. Box 14021, Jax., Fla. 32210. $35,500. Terms can be arranged. For CLASSIC'63 RIVIERA
1963 Buick Riviera, like new cond., HELP WANTEDWAITRESSES
appt. Call Fred T. Davis, Realtor, 264- 3886422.
MOBILE HOME PARK MANAGER 8989 or 2647546.

Large Mobile Home Corp. Is lookingfor TAKE UP PAYMENTSOn
a couple to manage a park In North ORANGE PARK '72 Chevrolet Impala, 771.3211, AND KITCHEN HELP
Florida. Excellent opportunity In Lovely 3BR., I'/jBA. Home, In very Ext. 8244. 24 HOUR RESTAURANT
ALL SHIFTS.
benefits for right couple To arrangefor nice area with many xtras IncludingAC
an Interview please call 771.0275.IMscELLANEous'j. sun porch, fncd. yd. Lg. Trees. 170 MONTE CARLO SEE MR. BOB ALLEN, HOLIDAY INN,
NEAR 103rd STREET ORANGE PARK.
V-8, Auto., AC. Stereo,
| ::::::<;:: 1 1A 3BR.$18,900,Home V-8 Terms., Sep. DR Irg. Den, Call 3580881.

Louise T.
recorded message by Bailey NODOWN PAYMENTNEEDED
SCOTT EDWARDS 771-3605 Broker 1967 Pontiac, easy on gas, $495. 388-
Tells you how to be a 6422.
DISC JOCKEY MARIETTA4BR.
Call 355-2944 any hour. Approved for ., 2BA., Den, CH&A, $22,500, 1970 MALIBU 2DR., HT
veterans. Columbia School of owner holds Mtg. Yochem Realty, V84Spd., No cash dwn., low mo.
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not Realtor 396-4957 pymts. Call 3580881. 4
Big Chief5ay:
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by 1971 ROADRUNNER
home study. NEWHOMES-10MIN.NAS
Mandarin Meadows South, St. Johns 383 cu. In., AT, .1' /
LIVE CRABS Co. Beautiful 3 8. 4 BR. Brick Homeson R&H 3847139. ESQ eUy
Wilford's( Fish Camp Lg. shaded lots. Priced with you In 1S B
(
264-9707 mind. Mid.$40's. Conv. Terms. S
ADAIR REALTY REALTOR,771-5877 yM pN /
AUTO AIR CONDo SERVICE a
Also home Central units & window BELLAIR WEST 1 4
AC, Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 388-511. W BOWIE BLVD.
3BR., 2BA., LR, DR Sep. Fly. Room,
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER kit. 8. breakfast room, 2.car enclosed
Responsible party take up paymentsof garage, fncd. back yd., $42,500 Terms
$7.00 per month. Rayfleld's 6437 can be arranged. For appt. Call FredT. !
Davis, Realtor, 264.8989 or 264-7546..
Wilson Blvd., 772-8936. _. .

NEW ZIG-ZAG SEWING MACHINEJust FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS ; .
out of layaway. Someone to CONTACTJoe ;
assume pymts. $68 Cash or $9.20 mo. Roplak (RET. NAVY) Realtor. ?
Call 3895591. Associate Representing

JEANS PROFESSIONAL Blending Agency, Inc. Realtors F.4'- .-
DANCE ACADEMY OFFICE; 771-8036 RES 1781-7715 4 r 1
Westconnett at 103rd & Orange Park,
Bel lair Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe, USE YOUR VA -c--: ( \
Jazz, Hula, Tahitian, Baton, 8, 3BR. Concrete Block Fenced. Wired / Il '
Acrobatics. Register Now, 771-2521, for dryer. Plus range & refrigerator. -i 1'
771.5464. 778-3655, Children 8. Adults. 15500. MONARCH'S J
VANSANDT, REALTOR 389-3549
GEORGE'S KENNELS HIGH
Dogs& Cats Boarded RENTALS f \ Fn /
Pick-up & delivery service since 1925. I EII Lit .. PERFORMANCEROAD

Grooming, training & shipping. ORANGE PARK .
Visitors welcome. Bankamerlcard & 2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn.' Dish 0
Mastercharge honored. Off i 110 near washer Drapes, Carpets Elizabeth HUGGER ,
Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. Apts. 771-1405 or 771-3355. ... 'V' i4A70.13
j S0$s Edgewood Ct., 389-OOM
3BR., IViBA. HOME ..Jr
NEARLY NEW Unfurn. except for refrlg. very convenient :. 95 1
Special
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT
to NAS 8. CECIL. $225.Mfe -
Complete layout, all or any part of,
Can be seen at 5831 TamplcoRd.7247100. -
i
384-5678 or 2468383. 2
f' t14 This Weel& ORD70.14
UPHOLSTERYOf
Plus F.E.T.
all kinds, furn., car seats, boat I. MOBILE HOMES ]I f S1.lS l0 52.32
tops, draperies.Interior decorating : /
reasonably done because no overhead, JUSTISSTRAILERPARK 3 .> ...na..weoadNC6raq
354-7991 Eve. Retired Navy Man. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of 3893007.NAS Clean modern w 44 FGJUAOxM ALL OTHER SIZES
trailer and apts.
SEWINGMACHINE REPAIRSAll l EF0 .0>t15PROPORTIONATELY
aA
makes of sewing machines Call OKOLONAMOBILE HOME PARK EASIOWHITE(
389-55V2. Brand new 159 spaces 2nd Unit to unit TillS LOW i
Okolona now renting; all utilities AlSO AVAILAS11T AT
q
1IFT. CORONET BOAT underground, swimming pool, DICOUNTP11CES
120 Merc. Cruiser, 1.0. Gator Galv. recreation bldg., laundromat avail., .. J- /
Tr., surge brakes, rigged for concrete pads & parking area only V*
shrimping, fishing or camping, full mile N. of 1.295 on Collins Rd. Just :
canvas. Excel. Cond. Bought Bigger west of Standing Blvd Close to Cecil
Boat. 387.1371. Field, only 4 Ml. to NAS/ Rent $49 & 4

LAWN SALE-ORTEGA HILLS $54 per mo.call Call 264.9504.LETYOURRENT Mgr.. at 778-0096 If no . Opposite Jax Naval Air Station, (Hwy. answer \ i4
17 South). Right at first traffic light :Shirley Washington, star of American
south of NAS Main entrance. Follow International's BAMBOO GODS ANDIRON
BEYOURDOWNPAYMEN.
signs 5101 Greenway Dr. N. Baby DEPOSIT REQUIRED I MEN, knows what she is reaching .
Items, tools, antiques, photo supplies HOMES ;
SUMIT MOBILE I for. Be v winner. 'You should set
& equlpt. .,pecans 45cents Ib., Slots 733-9422,
, mgr% .3B8., U1, ,SaL .Mac:.M opiy( 5210 BRING Phillips THIS'Highway AD FOR S10 .'OFF your goals and strive. to attain them I A ..
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..k....... .. 1964 CHEVY IMPALA with PS, Swap rides or Join CAR POOL to
.:"" :.:.:... .....wmmm..w.._ ,.'W '_.,.w..w..w..w.. ,.w., '__,w.w...,,..
R&H, Good Rubber, Dependable Cecil Hours 8:00-4:30: : Jones Rd

THE I ee-T MARKET Transportation. $300.00 ET1 Area Off West Beaver Work PH

Oldfield, NAS Cecil Field, Ext. 771-3211 or Ext. 8112 .

A FREE PERsONALWANr AD SERVICE 209 0800.1600
for Military and Civilian Employees C'f NAs Jax and NAS Cecil Field 1971 12'x44' BUDDY with Large

.-----------....--------------- I Boys & Girls School CLOTHING, 12'x20' Add-On. Furnished. Shed

Good Cond. Reasonable. Call 771- & A-Cond. 3611 Col Jean Ct. No.

: FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM I 1989 Res., Camping Equipmentnever 45. Near Cecil Field. 786.4205 or

I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TD 20 WORDS) i used CPOFeranec 772-3020 594 Cecil Field $4400.00


I 1972 FORD PINTO Runabout, Teac 7" Reel to Reel Auto

I 2,000 cc, low mileage Keystone Reverse TAPE DECK and Fisher

mags,excellent condition, $200.00 AMPLIFIER-tuner for Sale or

take over payments, or $1800.00call Trade for Economical Transportation

II Joe 778-0013 0800.1600 ET1 Oldfield, Ext 209


I TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW .1 17 ft. Aristocraft FIBERGLASSBOAT

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. 75 h.p. Johnson electric 1964 CHEVY IMPALA with PS,

r start motor, and gator trailer. R&H, Good Rubber, New Inspection

II $650.00 Tel. 389.5952 Sticker. Dependable

Transportation. $300.00 Contact

I Name Office or activity to which assigned I 1969 OLDS DELTA 88 Custom, ET1 Oldfield at Ext. 209 0800.1600

I 4DR, AC, PB, PS, Radial Tires,

One Owner LCdr. Torrance 772- Large 2 Bedroom APARTMENTwith

I Rank-Rate or Grade! Work Phone No. Signature i *2591 .......... Kit, DR, LR and bath,

I AIR CONDITIONER furnished. Rent: $150.00 month.
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all Information requested, le: Full Westinghouse ,
military or civilian: employee personnel assigned to name(typed or printed)of person submitting ad and I 8000 BTU, then Call YN2 Patterson ext 100/101/ or
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity I mostatlc control, window 387-2391
.. to which he is assigned and office telephone. This
2. Free advertising in the ':glee T MARKET"will mounting frame, uses standard
information is for authentication only and your ad I
be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housingfor snould be worded independently of this information. house current, almost new. $135 RIDERS Normandy Village,
personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I 384.7965 before 8PM Cedar Hills area to Main Ex
personal property offers of or requests for rides to
5. Deadline! for receipt of advertising to appear in I change Area Mon-Frl Work hours
and from work; announcements of educational
r courses offered by nonprofit organizations or the .following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads For Sale SAILBOAT Flying Fish 9AM to 5:30PM: Contact Jerry
arriving after that date will be placed in the
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted following week's edition. Ads will be run only one 14 ft. Alort, Gator Traitor, Brian 772-2184/781-3774/
only if the words "PCS" (for military), or :
i time, unless submitted as prescribed above. Capacity 1.6, $800 Call after PM
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the
Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the Weekdays 771.4425 ForRentOrange: Park 3 BR, 2BA,
.. No phone calls will be accepted regarding '
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied SEP DR, Large Den. 2 Car
The JAX AIR
i "Flee-T MARKET" advertising.
by the word "Free" NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide For Sale 8'x7' Almost New garage, Carpet, Drapes, Water

_I I 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. Garage DOOR $35 556 Blalrmere softener. Central Heat & Air and
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed
I W Orange Park Phone 264-6645 more 264-6507
in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I
I accepted. I For SaiePOTATOPLANTS Sweet Postage Stamps and Coins for
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I 4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to -TMARKET" Bell and Banana Pepper Hangar collectors. All types of Gold and
Editor, C.0 JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, '. Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a I
124 NAS Jax or R3 St. Augustine Silver Like new Girls
NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do 'not meet the above currency.
1I OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher Fla. 824-4157 Dresses and Sweaters. Call 264-

"Flee-T MARKET" Editor, c-0 AIRWINGER reserves the right to omit any or all ads.
I 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 3221$. These forms
73 SUZUKI TS 185 Also Crochet 6.00 x 15 VW TIRES Four each
I -------------------------,-----------
--- --- ------- ---------- $40.00 Dining Set, Spanish
Rug Mounted on Rims with Hub Caps.
For Sale: Sllvertone Stereo anytime weekends, 6 p.m. week 2842, after 5 P.M. $125.00 or best offer 781.9093 15,000 mi. $100 CWO Kaufman

Console, AM-FM tuner, 3spd days. 506-507 Cecil

turntable, six speakers. Has EXECUTIVE BRICK HOME,

input for tapedeck and terminalsfor Sewing machine and Cabinet for Wanted: Full Choke VentilatedRib four bedrooms, den, fireplace,

external speakers $300.00 sale $150 will teach sewing and Barrel for Model Remington double garage, carpet, bulltins,
--w e.e.--
(Marlin X2148)) operation of machine. Call bet. 1100,12 2ga also model 870 20 central air, Ideally located for PHONE-3$8.8535'--s

ween 11 a.m to 5 p.m. 264-7353 ga. Call 771.8075 Cecil and Jacksonville 778-2346 I I :

For Sale 1967 VW Yellow with .......... I

R&H. Contact Harold Jenning at Sharp Trolan 24' cabin cruiser. Radar Sentry. Radartrom Model OPEL RALLY Yellow & Black (;2r)1jI

772-3188 or 7719806.: Recently overhauled engine and Detects Police Radar Speed Inte., 25.6 MPG, 4 Spd, Excellent r--::::. LlWLw1
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transmission. four stand.up
Sleeps ,
Traps $20.00 like new. Fits on Shape, Reclining Buckets, All I I
Family Room Size, Natural Gas head. Galley.. $4200. Call 264- Visor. 388.1196 paid for, Bought$3,200-SelI 1249.1251 King St.
Heater, Excellent Condition, 8974 I Jacksonville, Florida 32204 I
Peterson 174 GSE WE ((594)) BKS
$20.00 Phone 387-3909 after 5 .......... / I
p.m. Sentry Lite 6 Volts, less battery 925(301)( ) : WANTEDUSEDCAMERASAND
Old couch, chairs, stove,TV, roll
......
(Power Falls lights come on,.
For Sale: Norge Electric Range, away bed, HI-FI, Refrigerator, new)) $25.00 743-3092 1971 YAMAHA RTO 360cc, 2000 I I-
Misc. For sale 772.2220 Mrs. EQUIPMENT. WE PAY
Automobile Tape Deck, Seigler
miles, Lots of Extras 264-6978 I _
Oil Heater, bathroom sink mirror Farlow TOP DOLLAR-388-8535
Child
White Vanity with stool set
medicine chest 771.3008 after BRING THIS AD WITH YOU/ I
MOBILE HOME
Mattress for Sale
and Box Spring Rubber 1973
Grandfather Clock 94" high Ile---ee.re.---eer 4
4:30.: Form twin size, Jalousie Door 30' 12x64 2BR 1% furnished or un-
Aromatic Cedar, German
(outside) 743.3092 furn. Washer & Dryer Shed 781-
Want to buy: Used Ceramic Kiln. movement, $500, see at Quarters 9261 YOUR MOBILE HOME

(oven) call A.E. Landreth Ext 1010, NAS Jax, 1600.1800 Mon. -
3453 or 264.2722 Frl. 2 Motor Helmets, baby bed with WASHED & WAXED!
Going to Japan-Take -.....
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up ..
:
mattress $15, Walker $2, Stroller :
payments on 1972 FORD, Sport -
$3. Call 264.1968 : ::
Custom Pick up Truck, Air, PS,
and Standard Trans. Like New '
THE, HAREM 771-0552 ONLY $25.

AVERAGE[ HOUSE $35?
73 Opel Rally, Yellow & Black Int.
"New" Craig Model Auto 8- MAKE YOUR HOME LOOK
,Open 4PMI 25.6 MPG, 4 spd Exc. Shape. TRACK TAPE PLAYER with 2- BRAND NEW AGAIN!
ALL NEW TOPLESS DANCERS "' BucketSeats& All paid for, bough Removes dirt,mildew,pollution
5" Speakers $50.00 Campbell 771-
TOPLESS GO-G04PM-2AM $3.200. Sell 2.700. Peterson 174
3211 ext 676, 398.3736, after 5 p.m. POOR OL' ERV
Raised Show Bar GSE w-e ((594)) BKS 925 ((301)) & weekends (USAF, Ret)

10 W. Church St. 35 .97s Cecil. ........... Call 772-9403 For Free Estimate

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BOATSMOTORSCANOES SEE OR CALL

? .'? Trojan Slickcraft Slightly Used RADIAL TIRES
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?!. j -2> PHONE JI7-4M (Open Sundays) 3719 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 772-7600 ( I I I HOME: 731.1941
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Accurate records insure C


ij'\\ proper income tax returnsThe I


law requires every taxpayer cash or property may be received
to maintain records that from various sources. Unless records -
will enable him or her to prepare clearly identify receipts in
complete and accurate tax returns dividuals may be unable to sub,
Q-What are some of the advantages and insure that only the stantiate that some part of the in-
of a Veterans Administration proper amount of tax is paid.Most come is nontaxable.
GI.home loan? of the questions which arise in the prevent' omission of deductible -
A-VA guarantees 60 percentup I It.- preparation and filing of incometax expenses: expenses may be
to a maximum of $12,500 of s forms can be answered by overlooked when tax returns are
such loans, no down payment required pamphlets which are available prepared unless recorded at the
usually, the agency appraises A from every Internal Revenue Ser time they were incurred or paid.
the house to determine its PT vice office. The maintenance of An overlooked item of $25 could
reasonable value, and there usually records,however,is an individual cost$3.50 or more in extra tax dol
is a long repayment period. consideration and one which is of lars.
Q-I I was honorably dischargedlast the utmost importance.

month after three years of C take advantage of capital
military duty, none of it in Vietnam Although the law does not require gain and loss provisions: if records -
Am I eligible for education any particular kind of records are adequate and show the
benefits? what records are kept must date as asset(whether or not it is
A-Yes. Any veteran separatedafter be permanent, accurate, and depreciable) was acquired, whatit
Jan. 31, 1955 with any complete. The records must was used for, and whether it
other than dishonorable dis clearly establish income, deduCe was sold, traded, destroyed, or
charge after at least 181 days of tions, credits, employee otherwise disposed of, a taxpayer ...
active duty, has eligibility for information, and other pertinent may be able to take advantage of
eight years or until May 31, 1974, information. Memoranda or the capital gain provisions.It may
whichever is later. Geographic sketchy records are not adequate. also be possible to postpone pay
location of service has no bearingon Records are essential and may ing tax on certain gains or to deduct -
eligibility lead to income tax savings. Here certain losses that otherwise
are some ways they may help.- would not be deductible,or wouldbe
FOR THE ULTIMATE identify sources of income: deductible only in part
SATISFACTION OF A -- -

SAFE PASS SKIPPER-VAdm. John G. Finneran, commander of
WITHOUT ADVERTISING YOU WOULDN'T KNOW .
Exercise Safe Pass ships and aircraft, arrives at NAS Jax to
assume command of the exercise. VAdm. Finneran is NATO's
Commander Ocean Sub-Area Atlantic and commander of the U.S.

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Dragons run streakto BASKETBALL NDRC wins in overtime I


STANDINGSNATIONAL Jax-NDRC let a 15 point was collecting only five of 18.

16 without lossJaxThe LEAGUEW haltime lead slip away against
a AIMD trailed 45-30 at the half
L AIMD last week in the American
but Kevin Gordon came on to
Dragons of VP-56 Leading the way to the 110-45 VP-5 15 2 Basketball League but they score all 15 of his points in the
extended their unbeaten streakin win were Larry Rawlins with 26, FASO* 12 6 didn't let it slipway completelyas second half and bring AIMD backto
the American Basketball Terry Brown with 22, Harry AIR OPS 11 7 they salvaged a 94-87 overtimewin. a 77-77 tie at the end of

League to 16 games last week Robbins with 16, Ralph Callowaywith MARINE BKS 10 4 regulation play. .
with victories over 679th and 12, Ernest Pollard with 10 IIS-7 9 7
AIMD. and Ed Sullivan with 10. VW-4 9 9 Five men contributed double Gordon was one of five men
HAWKS 8 8 totals for NDRC but it was
679th fell to the Dragons by a AIMD's efforts were led by figure to hit for double figures for
96-70 score after trailing by only John Meyers with 10 points and MARTD 5 10 Richard Conley's six overtime AIMD as David London's 27 led
MEDICAL* 5 11 points that played an importantpart
four at halftime. VP-56 managedto Ray Howell with 10. the way. The other top scorers
3 13 in the
HC-2 finally putting
stop Dennis Carrignan in the game were John Meyers with 14, Harry
NARJAX 3 15 out of AIMD's reach. Conley's
second half and that proved to be HS-1 deals Jennings with 12 and Ron Sutton
overtime totals him
the difference when he scored 17 AMERICAN LEAGUE gave over with 10.
half of NDRC's points in that
in the first half for 679th but could W L
MPO loss period and included a four for
0
manage only five in the second VP-56 16.
four free throw
performance.
half. HS-11 15 1 t Mad Foxes
679th also received 22 points Jax-HS-l dealt the MUitary NDRC 15 5
from George Teasley and 12 from Personnel Office (MPO) a 74-42 AIMD* 11 9 Conley finished the game with post 15th win
Mark Klenke. loss in the American: Basketball VP-45 10 6 19 points while Larry Chiasson
The Dragons' efforts were led League last week. HS-15 "-. 9 5 scored 24, Ken Folmsbee 17, Jax-The Mad Foxes of VP-5
by Wallace Irving with 18, Harry Four men did 95 percent of the 679th 8 9 Bruce Dauer 13 fall( in the first posted their 15th win of the
Robbins with 15, Terry Brown scoring for HS-1 as Ed Brewly HS-1 7 11 half) and John Troupe 12. National League season last

:' with 12, Ed Sullivan with 11 and scored 25,Jerome Davis 18, Reed NATTC 4 10 NDRC's free throw totals week when they handed HC-2 a
Larry Rawlins with 10. Buford 12 and Bill Lemaster 12. HOSPITAL 4 15 played an important part in the 97-83 loss.
AIMD fell by a rather MPO's two top scorers were FAPL 2 14 final victory margin as they
lengthy margin when VP-56 came Tomielee Williams with 16 and MPO 2 16 connected on 14 of 23 while AIMD Brady Bearden's 32 points were

up with six men in double figures. Mike O'Connell with 12. *Dropped out of League because of the highest individual total in the
I operational commlttments VW4 secures game while teammates Jay
Buchanan and Vic Slider supported
Pelicans move 55-50 victoryJaxThe him with 24 and 18,

,,. respectively.Joe .
.
a".t' ?:'.f'l;; .:u>< ; -i
i toward playoffsJaxThe Hurricane Hunters of Fulbright with 26,Ed Clune
VW-4 came from one point behindat with 24, Richard Rodkey with 12
I The BIGGER and BETTER I.I.I Pelicans of VP-45 the halftime to secure a 55-50 and James Mader with 11 were
for
their chances
enhanced victory over HC-2 last week in the HC-2's leaders.
I :BELL..A.XR: : I Ii playoffs with a 70-42 victory over National Basketball League.
Hospital last week in the Wilson with 21
Homes are now available in Clay County! American Basketball League.A and Aubrey Dennis Leary with 12 points were Tuggey leadsMARTD

Just North of Kingsley Ave.on Bellair Blvd. I.I trio of double figure scorers the top point men for VW-4 but
Orange Park..Seethem todayl! led the way.for VP-45 with John Adolfo Villanueva and Ben win
I Brinson scoring 15,Ralph Dorsey Rhodes also played a large partin
12 and Mike Adams 12. the come-from-behind victory over NarjaxJaxPaul
?j. $37,000- : Hospital had their own trio that when Villanueva scored six of his Tuggey scored 18

: was composed of Larry Jackson eight in the second half and points in the second half to lead
: $40,500 I with 12, James Dove with'10 and Rhodes scored all of his six in the his MARTD team to a 64-44
Charles with 10.
'L 0 Joseph second half. victory over NarJax last week
(VA or Conv. Terms)

,,.,.,.*..>>>:: : ,,,,,, '"""" '-.,'!::3.w.f:!,,, : :!-.'>(.I.,,;,",,.,;,,.,",.,,:$:.."':$.!,:,,:..... o Marines beat Ops Joe Fulbright with 20 points, after tie at NarJax halftime.held them to a'26-26
Ed Clune with 14 and James
SOLD ONLY BY Jax-The Marine Barracks Tuggey finished the National
Mader with 10 were high for HC2. -
CLAY COUNTYREAL knocked off the Air Ops team 72- League contest with a total of 30
63 last week in the National points while George Jordan
TY League and moved themselves to The Hurricane Hunters also contributed 11 of hi$ own.
within one game of Air Ops' third picked up a win when the Hawks Ken Tharp with 18 and David
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR... place position. could only get three men togetherand Lay with 10 were the leaders for
hired Singer led the Marines had to forfeit. NarJax.HONDA.

into battle and emerged with 30 ...- r .. .
JBELL.A.IEI: :: points. He got able support from

.,j J.P.Baker with 20, Gene Stiggers
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JAX AIR NEWS- WINGER PAGE 19

Frank McCaffrey




The man behind the NAS athletic program Iguy


By Jackie Hunt Frankie Hicks .L '-"
made the All has worked all week, played
Jax-If you've had business in Service team. He was some fast. intramural ball two three
or
the NAS Jax Athletic Office in the The other guy was named times and practiced another time w
past few years, you were more tlamstell. lie was my catcher.
away from his wife and
family on
than likely greeted with an I'm. He'd throw anybody out..even the weekend."
in-a-hurry type, "What can I do Frankie Hicks"

for you?" He continued, "In '67 I had a After putting in a hard days
The person asking the "what pitcher from Hospital named Von work, the 64-year-old McCaffrey
can I do for you" was Frank McClure. He took us a long way." (who reminds one of Howard
McCaffrey, NAS Jax's athletic On the question of talent Cosell with the exception that A
director, and indeed he was in a declining or increasingMac Mac's conversation makes sense)
hurry. doesn't see much change, faces his own problem. He and
!Mr. McCaffrey has one of the "There's not much difference. his wife Francis, who have been

busiest schedules on the station, But,there are a lot more married married for 33 years, have 11 ,
making sure schedules, rosters people in the service now. We grandchildren who all want him td. : .
and other tidbits of data are all have problems getting a guy who to play ball with them. +

accurate for the 200 or more
teams competing in intramural '
sports aboard NAS Jax.
Spring time brings additional

responsibilities for McCaffrey. 9
He takes over as-varsity softball -

coach, a job he seems to have .
held forever. .,
The verbose gentleman first

came to NAS in 1941, when the 1HP1'tN THE WAY I DID IT-Frank McCaffrey shows his old form and gives I
base was being constructed, as a pointers to players trying out for the 1974 Jax Fliers softball squad.

civil service employee. In 1948, ,p X+ .
after a brief departure from NAS, ff 1i JUST IN TIME FOR SUMMER REFRESHMENTSI
the Philadelphia native became .T, Nt. 4\\J PANASONIC AUTOMATIC
coach of the NAS baseball team.

"I just plain talked my way into ICE CRUSHERS

the job," he now says. + t. .
In 1949 he assumed the duties of .5y Variations of ice
Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Blades
what is now Athletic Director. He
found himself coaching again in '""" POST OFFICE -
1950 and held the varsity baseball FAST FREE DELIVERY

coach's job until 1957.

Five years later "Mac" was -- it VENETIA DRUGS"Your
given an assignment he'd never
faced softball Neighborhood Pharmacist"
before..coaching a
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team, 1962 was the year varsity t. j'.../ ? 5501 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD PHONE 334-6452

baseball was eliminated and NAS i #. .f ,. ttt,4 ;

got it's first fast pitch softball I <, .:f,. -
team. Having played and .
coached baseball for many years, SUPER WIDE 60"

several. of which were spent with High Performance
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the Reading Pal ,club in the Raised White Letters $2045
New York Pennsylvania 1 II 1 "60" 2+2 belted
l \ "70" 4 Ply: Polyester
Size A60X13
the switch to softball
League, ,
r plus $2.26 F.E.T._
i
seemed quite a task. .', 1
.'. Y't '60' SIZE PRICE FET '70' SIZE PRICE FETC60x
McCaffrey, however, didn't find _::2. ::L{ t: t 13 $2222 5245 F70X14G70x14 '$22.SS $257
the job too hard. He points out, -- 1 60x14 S2S32 $290 $2372 $279
"There's not a whole lot of dif G60xl4 $74.9. S3 11L60xl4 $2.66
WITH A WATCHFUL gives his full attention to the
ference in softball and baseball, EYE-McCaffrey Ml.49 $3 4* G70x15 $23.97S2S02 $290
action on the field as 1974 Flier hopefuls practice. G60x15 $243 $318 H70x15 $306
coaching especially. Of course L60x15 $32.7. S3.47
I'll sometimes break established
softball procedure. I'm not -

always gonna bunt with a man on
first and no outs. You have to use
discretion." MILITARYDISCOUNTS FULL 4 PLY POLY

1966 and 1967 were two of his
Wide 71
most productive years as a ;;., I r Square Series
coach, and he remembers them :' 1 Ply Polyester Cord _
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VARSITY SOFTBALL TRYOUTS BEING HELD Jax-Fifty-four members of the Meaders and Lois Holt; Runner-

Jax-Tryouts for the Jax Navy Softball team are being held every Men's Golf Association played a up-Jeanie Belhobeck; Fewest
Sunday at the softball field on Allegheny from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. All blind partners tournament on Putts-Rose Wier; Second Flight-
hands are invited to come out and tryout for the Varsity team. Needed Sunday March 10. Winners of Ann Wright; Runner-Up-Betty
first low net were Pearson and Heyer and Berv McAleer;
McCorkle; Second low net, Mills Fewest Putts-Polly Tieslau;
and Gaskins Third low net, Third
; Flight Roberta
BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS START MONDAY Jax--Umpires are urgently
Jax-The Intramural Basketball playoffs that will decide who shall needed for the NAS Jax Softball illness and Myers. Harmon; Runner-up-Pat White;

wear the station crown for 1974 get underway next Monday.The season that is just around the Following their round of golf, Fewest Putts-Gladys Cogswell.
top four teams from each of the two leagues on station will be corner. the men were joined by their Genny Hanley won first placein
participating in the playoffs.No Meetings are being held every ladies for food and drink in the the 9-hole group, with Jo
definite schedule for when the games will start has been set yet, Monday, Wednesday and Fridayat patio. Again Walt and Betty Hogrefe having fewest putts.
so if you plan on seeing some good basketball games remember to give 4 p.m. in the Athletic Office Kelczewski did an outstanding With the temporary greens
the athletic office a call at Ext.3239 on Monday. (Bldg. 563)) for all interested job in preparing the food. beingusednow, play is somewhat
personnel, but so far there has April 7 will be the date for the different.Not having to hit across
ENLISTED RECREATION MEETING SET been very little response.If Men's Association to sponsor the water on the 11th hole is
Jax-The Enlisted Recreation Committee of the Composite you have some free time and another event. They'll be encouraging to many, though
Recreation Fund is scheduled to meet at 1:30: p.m. today (March 14)) in would like to make a little extra challenging the Ladies some' still manage to get into
the Special Services Conference Room, Bldg. 620. All designated money then your services are Association for a full handicap trouble with the water.
primary or alternate members are urged to attend. needed now. tournament.Both On a recent day, one gent

Clinics for umpires are also the Ladies and Mens man.playing with three ladies,
STABLES SELLING HORSES
held on Sunday at 11 a.m. at the Association havetheirnomination hit into the water. At least he
,. Jax-Special Services has five horses for sale that are no longer
\ Softball Field on Allegheny committees working on the slate thought the ball was wet.Walking
suitable for general stable recreation riding.The horses as individual
Avenue. for election of officers for the along the bank in search of the
still
mounts are satisfactory.The .
For any additional information coming year. If you are called ball, he slipped into the water.
horses are Ginger, Baby, Spot, Patsy and Snoopy and be
may call the Athletic Office at Ext. upon, try to bear. in mind that Luckily, he still had the club in
seen at the NAS Jacksonville Riding Stable located in Dewey Park on
3239. these officers are needed and his hand the ladies
so formed a
the West End of the Air Station across Highway 17.
would appreciate your chain, held on to the club and
For additional information call 388-0990.) () .,....
i willingness to help.A pulled him out.Then they saw the

SAILING CLASSES START NEXT WEEK mixed event is scheduled for ball..lying dry on the bank. The
Jax-The next Special Services basic sailing class will start next Pistol March 24, to be sponsored by t'ae gentleman was soaking wet and

Thursday, March 21. Registration is now being taken at the Marina; Ladies Association. had to depart to change into dry
charge i is $15.00 per student. For further information, please call Bud StandingsAMERICAN Silver Cup Day low net was clothes. This made for an in-
Lucas, Marina Manager, Ext. 3260. played by the Ladies on March 5. teresting day for this foursome.
Winners were: First Flight-Ruth

GREIGER WINS BILLIARD TOURNAMENT LEAGUEW
Jax-The Eight-Ball Pocket Billiard Tournament played at the NAS L
Jax Game Center last week was won by William Greiger, an AN at CPW-11' 3 0 //
AOMD. David Thompson, an AN at Supply, finished second. GEMS 2 0
Congratulations to both! VP-5 2 0 ,
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I Jax Swim Team led bv John JAX AIR RrAnnnr NEWS-AIRWINGER lr .,,, .......... .... PAGE 21-
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Jax-Diminutive nine-year'old r
John Brennock was the leading Jimmy Lagdon was third in the The Navy Jax Swim Team is BOATING BITS I
scorer for the Navy Jax Swim fly,fourth in the IM,fifth in the 25 always open to new swimmers.
team at its recent Winter free and sixth in the 100 free. The youngster (ages six to 18)) L BY DENNIS MARSHALL
Development meet held at the must be able to swim 25 yards.
NAS Indoor Pool. meet Teams participating in the The coach is Andy Scudder, Jax-Having been appointed as course for all active duty persons
John won blue ribbons in the were from Tallahassee, assisted by Mike Freeman. For Publicity Chairman of the Navy aboard the air station. An
100 IM, 200 IM, 100 free and 200 Gainesville, Leesburg, Cocoa further information contact Joan Jacksonville Yacht Club (NJYC), I organizational meeting is set for '
free. In this 10-and-under<< boys Beach, the Jacksonville area, Glaraton at 383-8727 or Pat will hereby assume responsibilityfor March 14 at 4 p.m. at the NAS
age group Jon Luebke placed Jessup, Ga. and Savannah, Ga. Kangas at 2646084. this column. Any suggestionsor Marina. For any additional in-
third in all four events. information pertaining to this formation, contact Bud Lucas,
The senior girls were led by HS-11 column may be directed to me Ext. 3260.
Patti Milewski with firsts in the takes second placeat via the Jax Air News. At the conclusion of the

200 IM, 100 breast and 50 free. She The monthly NJYC meetingwas business meeting,Jim Ray held a
placed second in the back and 100 CinCLantFlt held on board at the NAS very informative and in-
free. Judi Milewski was first in Tourney Marina Clubhouse Wednesday structional demonstration on safe
the breast-stroke fourth in free March 6. Social cruising was one anchoring. Single and double
and sixth in back. Jax-The Dragonslayers ot Helicopter Squadron of the items on the agenda that
Kerry Fitz- honors 11 took runner-up anchoring procedures with the
in the CinCLantFleet discussed and the Cruise
was
patrick was third in the IM, Charleston this basketball tournament played in use of various types of anchorswas
past week. Committee Chairman has plans
fourth in breast, fifth in 100 free shown. These techniques'are
and sixth in 50 free. Fifth place in HS-11, who defeated the Dragons of for several summer fun overnite useful to all boaters.
VP-56
to
earn the right to par- cruises on the St. Johns River.
the IM 'won ticipate in
was' by Barbie the
tournament lost
Lagdon and Cinda Arnold took USS Holland homebased in Charleston.The the tourney. finals to a squad from the More on this will follow as information By the way, I personally invite -
is made available.
any and all interested in
sixth in this evnt.
For the senior boys, Brian Dragonslayers entered the tourney on a losing note, as they Also discussed was the up- boating to come to the NJYC
Mason was second in back and dropped a tight contest to Fleet Marine Forces Atlantic from Camp coming varsity sailing being meeting and join.
200 free, third in 50 free and IM Lejuene,N.C. Livio Capilla, Bill Hoffman and Art Patterson scored in planned for this year. This is of See ya on the river. y

and fifth in breast. Chip Lagdonwon double Patterson figures contributed in the 49-47 12.loss. Capilla had 16 points, Hoffman 14 and .

fifth in back and sixth in the
Playing out of the losers bracket didn't cause any special problems
IM.The 11-12 girls saw newcomer for HS-11 as they outscored the USS Ingram team from Mayport, 6451. MOVING IN
Julie Claflin placing fourth in the Patterson, Woody Hood and Hoffman paced the win with 17,15 and 13
200 free and fifth in 100 free. The points, respectively.The OR OUT?

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Patty Longo performed admirably -
for the 10 and under girls seconds left in the game, with 12 points, Patterson (15)), Capilla (16)) ROBERTS&GILMANINC New Homes Are Our Specialty'
with seconds in the IM, 50 free and Mort McCarthy. ((16)).
and 200 free.Third places in these This Week's SpotlightMEADOWBROOK
events went to Pam Kangas. NAS Bermuda was the next dragon to be slain, and slain it was as
Jacqui Brennock, swimming in Art Patterson had 25 points to spark a 60-48 win. McCarthy had 14 HOME'SOrange
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I tickets on saleThe j a. Tuition AidProgram



Jacksonville Barons will buying a ticket. The tickets are
host USO night at the Jackson- now on sale at the N.A.S. Cecil
Did know that as an active
ville Colesium Friday, 29 March Field Special Services Gear you
duty Navy man or woman, you
1974. In observance of this night, Locker in Building 4 for only
can to college during off
your
go
a number of tickets have been $2.50. Groups from individual
duty hours and have the Navy
made available to the bases at a squadrons desiring to be seated
75 percent of the tuition costs.
reduced price with the USO together should obtain their pay
You take to ten semesteror
receiving $1.00 for each ticket tickets early before the best seats can up
taken. quarter hours during any
sold.Won't are semester or quarter and you need
support USO by
you your only to meet the following additional

requirements: ( ) you
I Citv umpirers needed must pass the course or you will

.I .. be required to repay the Navy,
The Jacksonville Recreation sports is desirable, not required. t and, ((2)) you must be on active
I Department invites all males and This is one way to make some duty when the course ends. Officers '
females interested in officiatingat extra money at a healthy, out- > must agree to remain on

City softball and baseball door activity, and at the same active duty for two years after .
games to participate in an urn time fill the City's need for.. the course has ended.

pires training clinic beginning qualified umpires. For further This excellent program is
March 10 and running through information, contact the Athletic funded entirely by the Navy and

April 7. Applicants must be 18 Office of the Jacksonville A does not count against your G.I.
years or older, but no experienceis Recreation Department, at 633- rw w Bill educational benefits. The

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R AOC Heard honored s Detachment the administrator, Charleston of the,Tuition whichis

Aid funds for all commands in the
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(FRAMP) training department Holiday Inn for steak dinners for and favorable prospects for more
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INTRAMURAL BOWLING Pacific League claims high game and series I


STANDINGSAMERICAN Jax-The Pacific Bowling .
League claimed both NATlONALLEAGUE ATLANTIC LEAGUEThe CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
the
LEAGUEW game and the high series high The National League's No. 1 Women's Lib knocked off the
L intramural leagues for the team, the Lionhearts, were idle CPOs took three from No. 1 team in the Continental
last
BUSCH LEAGUERS 18 6 when Adam Robertson week last week while the second place NarJax to keep their record good League last week when they took
rolled
PSSSSST 17 V4 6th 222 game for the a Rebels took three from the Gutter enough for first; the Mad Foxes three from the GEMS; the
Trippers and
SEA KINGS UK !9th Randy Acklin rolled Rats; the Pin Busters swept all No. 1 team moved from third to Gaffers tied GEMS'win totals

LATE CHARGERS 13 11 and 212 on the to games of 220 four from IIC-2 No. 1; the Rotor second with three wins over the with a sweep of the Screwballs;
way a 611 series
RED BARONS 12 12 for the ADCOPS team. Heads took three from Solex 5; Batmen No. 1 team; AFEES the Thunderbolts hung on to third

HURRICANES 11 12 Team results and and the WallBangers took three moved from fifth to third with 3Mt place with three wins against
other individual
TEXACO STARS 8 12 highs in the from the Batmen No. 2 team. wins over the Sea Horses;and the Rose's Raiders; the Docs moved
five in-
MARINE BKS No.2 8 16 tramural leagues High games were rolled by Bill Controllers took three from the from seventh to fourth with a
NFO 8 16 follows: were as Greenawalt of the Gutter Rats Dirtballs. sweep of the Help team; and the

MAD FOXES No.3 6 14 PACIFIC with a 221,Mike Connor of the Pin Zeros swept all four from the
The LEAGUE Busters with a 204 and Mike Ray Boles' 203 for the Controllers Wreckers.

CONTINENTAL LEAGUEW the Pacific ADCOPS stayed on top of Cooper of the Rotor Heads with a Ralph Schendel's 203 for James Cole of the GEMS and

L Acklin's totals League stack when 200. the Batmen and Frank Stika's 200 Billy Smith of the Zeros each hada

GEMS 18 6 three wins helped them to AMERICAN LEAGUE for the CPOs were the league's 210 game to tie for the highest
GAFFERS 18 10 Ones Bunch over the Pelicans; The Busch Leaguers continued high games. game honors in the league
THUNDERBOLTS{ 16 10 took three from the their stay on top of the American -
DOCS 13 11 Mad Foxes No. 2 team to stay in League standings by taking three
second; The CPOs NO MONEY DOWN!
WRECKERS 13 15 strengthened from the third place Late
their
hold on third with a sweep of Chargers the second
11 13 ; place
ZEROS
WOMEN'S 11 13 the Busch Buds; Robertson led PSSSSST team moved to within a Financing for E2's and upl!

HELP 11 17 the Trippers from sixth to fourth half game of first with a sweep of

SCREWBALLS 10 14 when they took three from HC-2; the Marine Barracks; the Sea 66 MUSTANG

ROSE'S RAIDERS 10 18 and the High Lifers took four Kings moved from fifth to third 66 CHEVELLE
from
FASO.Brett 2DR HT
FICEUR5 9 15 with a sweep of NFO; and the --
Leland and John Cunningham Red Barons evened up their 70 BARRACUDA Street A Strip

PACIFIC LEAGUEW rolled the other two 200s record with a sweep of the -"" '-" t..t.-) _- __
L in the league with Leland Hurricanes.The --=-:=.
ADCOPS 20 4 throwing a 206 for FASO and only 200 rolled in the leaguewas PAT'S USED CARS

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TRIPPERS 15 9 4

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ATLANTIC LEAGUEW Phone 388-7676 Phone 249.5649 Spider
Sports car, take a ride in the sunl
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MAD FOXES No.1 17 7 Blue with white vinyl top,factory AC auto trans.

AFEES 161,2 11th 71 Toyota's SPECIAL
BAILERS 15 17
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NARJAX 13th 10th Mark II 4DR, Turquoise.We .
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CONTROLLERS 13 11 71 Chev. El Camino $2150Bronze

DIRT BALLS 12 12 with Blk Vinyl Top and White Tonneau Cover, R&HATPSPB",
SEA HORSES 12 20 Fac. AC, Rallye II Wheels. 0

BATMEN No. 1 7'h 12'h 71 Dodge Station Wagon $950White
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NAME THAT STANDS ,White,Auto Trans Radio Air Cond.61,000 miles Extra clean.
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