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Creation Date: March 21, 1974
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I Bennett speaks at CU meeting I



the High-Low sophisticated ships. Now
Jax U.S. Represen- "On the other hand, we in some time when we will called
for the first time will
Mixture of ships. At the we
tative Charles E. Bennett have just over 140 nuclear be getting more new shipsin
asked
be to
time that it is start the
told the TwentysecondAnnual submarines, including the the Navy than are being same
construction of
with these
Meeting of the Jax 41 Polaris Poseidon retired. Now, for the first building a few ships shipsin

Navy Federal Credit ballistic missile ships, and time, the total number of great capability, it is also numbers. This will
build large allow us to have
Union, held last weekendat only a handful of diesel ships on the Naval planning to the
numbers of ships with less needed number of ships
the Civic Auditorium, submarines. Register will start to
that 1974 is a "watershedyear" climb. So it is a watershedyear capability. Until this year, for placement at the
for the United "Today the Soviets have !" they have been working on places needed and at a

States Navy. over 2,000 ships in their "The Navy has a theory the designs for the less price we can afford."

Bennett addressed the Navy" compared to our & _', ,"-C ____ ... ar .I -. %-** *.*- h
500. tr.. : -.' ..r..
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by saying "This : ",
meeting
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year the President has Bennett continued, "It .. $l.'l.

requested, on behalf of the might seem foolhardy for II f :; ,11'
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Navy, a naval ship our Navy to retire so .

program involving more many ships when the

than three and a half Soviets are building more .

billion dollars providingfor and in many cases more

the construction of heavily armed ships. But 'r '.
over thirty new ships. Thisis the reasoning is simple."

the largest ship-building "In 1968, the U.S. had a .,&

program we have had in Navy whose average age .'... "t :,, ., u .

years. It is desperately was close to 20 years. The : _; : : ; .

needed." greater portion of our -' f :_ .
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just in time. He said, "A Armed Services Com- ';,.-- .'. t1 ..-:-'

few years ago, we had mittee began calling for .

over 900 vessels and new construction to meet ?,

today, we have only 500. the block obsolescence of

There has been a drop of the Navy. It wasn't until

forty percent in the size of the last few years that the

our Navy over the past Navy was allowed to plan

several years. Last year for new ships. The Navy

for the first time the was impelled to retire its
THE COASTERS-This four-man singing group dates back to the 1950s but their bag of music is I
Soviets had more com older ships in order to use now.They will be appearing at Hancock Hall on April Cost will be$2.50 per person.
batant ships in their Navy that money for the pur-

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our Navy. The Soviet monies saved from the About

Navy now has the largest reductions in our Navy AT THE CLUBS..

submarine fleet in the have been going into the
the CoverOur
world with about 340 design of new ships." By Mike Hansen

At least half Bennett concluded
submarines. ENLISTED CLUB Well, the "King of Strings"
of these are now nuclear." "This will be the first year cover this week Jax-The Pirates Cove has the certainly do fill the club with

-.. .. shows EN2 Robert Mooreof solid soul sound of "Black beautiful sound. They are

Class on pest controlto the Disease Vector Diamond" on tap this Friday featured Sunday afternoon from
Ecology and Control beginning at 9 p.m. Saturday will 2:30: to 6:30: and every Monday
I feature the versatile sound of evening from 8 to midnight. The
Center ( DVECC )
be held "Blue Snacks and sand-
at DispensaryJaxWho's Sky" solid music of"Archie Leslie and
demonstrating the wiches are always available for Whatever's Fair" entertain

going to rule your members and their dependents mosquitoe control fogger the hungry set.HANCOCK. Tuesday from 8:30 to 12:30.:
home during the insect-filled dealing with Household Insect that was used on NAS Jax HALL Wednesday marks the return or"Shiloh"

summer months, you or the Pest Control. last year. For more in- Thursday starts the week's and solid country music

insects? Training will include instruction sight into DVECC and fora entertainment with the soft from 8:30: to 12:30.:
If you want to be the boss, stop country sound of the "Country Remember Friday features
and Controlof
by the NAS Dispensary April 2 at Cockroaches on Biology, including look at some of their new Couples". Friday is wake up stuffed shrimp at $3.25. Saturdaywe
8 a.m. and listen well. equipment see Mike night "Phil
selection, health hazards and as Cay and the have shish-ke-bab for $3.95
Personnel from the Navy safety in using pesticides.To Rose's story and pictureson Chantels"rock from 9:3o: till 1:30.: and Sunday our chef serves
Disease Vector Ecology and page 12 and 13. "Barbary Coast" will be windingout prime rib au jus at just $3.95.OFFICER'S .
Control Center will be conducting enroll in the course, call Lt. their sound on Saturday night CLUB
a FREE half-day Koehler or HMC Ramsay at Ext. and Sunday the
brings week
Free danceat country Activities at the Club this
training course for military 2424. feel of Tommy "C" and the include the popular sound of

Seminoles. "Three's a Crowd" on Friday
CandlelightJax Hancock Hall features an night and the country sound of

ethnic buffet every Wedensday "John Pullman and Country". on
NAS Jax will be spon. for lunch ((11 till 2)). Cost is but Saturday evening.
soring a free dance March 23 at $1.65 for the entire lunch. Italian The Wednesday night menu for

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise N wsp'1pP- the Candlelight Restaurant food is the feature March 27. Try the coming week features Italian
starting at 8 .
p.m.Entertainment it
distributed each Thursday: at the U.S. Naval Air Station. you'Illike it. food at its best. Each weekbrings
will be
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a "Three's providedby Tickets went on sale March 15 us closer to Italy throughthe
a Crowd" and the
private firm. All Copy submitted Jor use fn the JAX AIR NEWS USO for the upcoming "Coasters" fine efforts of our chef. His
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS hostesses pantomime will also group. USO show.They will be appearing the entre' this week will be veal
be
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News Refreshments will be on hand.sale 5th of April. Cost is just $2.50 per parmigiana, salad, garlic bread
Items are welcomed front all sources. Telephone 772.3118 throughout the on person with show time about and a free glass of wine. Come
with
evening the
9:30.
or 3119. : and real taste of Napoli.
special attraction enjoy a
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made return of Prohibition being for the CPO CLUB Don't forget our fine luncheon
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to one "Shiloh" facilities.
night. Only nonalcoholic opens the en- menu and fine party
race, creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser tertainment
beverages will be on sale. this Thursday from 9
user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this to 1.
Country is
All their
active sound andS
duty
personnel and
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the is their
refusal to print advertising from that source." their guests are invited to attend CPO Club style. Friday the t Ifs true.-Maude! An I
Advertisements and family participation is en. presents "Hal Tillotson old can now
are solicited by the publisher and queries 1a-year
and
Sounds
concerning such should be directed to: couraged. Interesting"from 9 to vole in a general /
O.' 1,with the pop sound of yesterday election but

i'.'. \ THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY OF PEOPi.-( and today. Tommy "C" entertains f 'tsnufpeFl'monly 17yi1r *
i 5 4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Sunday night with
,",>o...- Telephone 387.3566 BY THE PEOPLE country on the music menu.
A" \ ""1
NfNMfM" Sunday night, the fabulous "Jack

J VOL. 32 NO. 1 MARCH 2J 1, 1974 I AND FOR entertain Finch and from the Westside "Five" ,
+ 8:30: to 12:30.:
THE PEOPLE.

Th Am n..n Red Crow. Would you believe two people
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DoD sends bill to Congress to



1 fr' provide for early retirements


The DoD "Selective Con-
; .. CIIINFO-The Department of In all cases, officers affected tinuation"program, if approved,
Defense has announced possible would be permitted to serve until would
spread the impact of
Ri future reductions in the numberof completion of 20 years of servicefor .
reductions into
required strength
"
\ Navy captains and commanders retirement purposes. In the more senior and
L_ and colonels and addition to the retired pay to protect the future vitality groups of the
lieutenant colonels in the other which they would be entitled, officer
corps.
services.If officers not selected for continuation
a DoD-sponsored bill is would receive a lump- Each military service wouldbe

-i passed by Congress, as many as sum transition payment of required to prepare its own
; : 100 captains and 100 com- $4,000, and within six months of plans for implementation and set
: manders may be retired early the SECNAV's approval of the up individual selection board

\. fl- during fiscal year 1975. board's report, would be able to procedures.If .
Under the provisions of the request their own date of
bill, selection boards would retirement.The the bill is passed, it is expected -
consider certain regular officers that early retirementswill
either for continuation on active bill exempts doctors and not take effect until after
duty or early retirement. Of. dentists from early retirementsin January 1, 1975.
ficers considered would be 0-5s fiscal year 1975.

fa k who have failed to be selected to .
.l the next higher grade two or If the legislation is approved, it No Job to big or smallComplete
will allow DoD to reduce further
more times, and (0s) who have Tree
the number of senior officers and
served at least four years in that
restore balance to the officer Work
grade.An Surgeon
structure while !
grade continuingthe
officer would be consideredfor ESTIMATES'Firewood
substantial force reductions FREE
continuation only once in
which have occurred since
1969.
each grade and at least 70 per Land Clearing
cent of the officers considered by
the board would be allowed to Until now, senior officer CALL 355-9037 OR 757-1195

continue on active duty until reductions have been made by Licensed and Insured
their normal retirement date ((26 slowing down promotions, and
STOPPING FOR A VISIT-.VAdm. Frederick H. Michaelis, COM- years of active service for this had adversely affected the AMERICAN TREESDavid

NAVAIRLANT, made NAS Jacksonville a part of his busy schedulelast commanders, 30 years for carreer opportunities for RoyMikeZazzarotUSN
I week when he came down from Norfolk to participate in the captains). younger officers. ( Ret.)
Command Meeting and Safety Symposium hosted by COM-
TACAIRLANT and NAS Jacksonville. I I
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I Enlisted retirees hold .,jamboree

Jax An "Enlisted Retirees For additional information on dO t.Jsstma.
I Jamboree" has been scheduledfor the Jamboree, contact Mrs. e .
March 29 at 8 p.m. in the Taylor at 771.9181 or Mr. Whitsonat ooa tBankNateS. .

Candlelight Restaurant. 771-7482. ', Pt anon ;: I

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KITCHEN i Military voter registrationis



I.. toD priority for MarchCOMMANDER'S

Fresh strawberries are beginning to make their appearance in the .L .... -
supermarkets as weekend specials, and the peak season in North (in Georgia 50 days). FPCA to the Board indicating in
Florida is just around the corner.That makes our recipe this week one DIGEST designated- The Federal Post Card Ap Item ((6) "Request registration I
that is March 1974 "
timely.
very Standard forms. The
plication (FPCA) completed form
Voter Registration
STRAWBERRY SHORTCUT CAKE "Military and must be received I
Month" the Department of Form 76 is the type of ballot by the Board at
1 cup miniature marshmallows by. registration request most least 50 days prior to the August
2 cups (two 10-oz() pkgs) Defense will witness the
13 the
used. After completing primary or general elec-
of the Armed Forces'voting generally
frozen, sliced strawberries in syrup, beginning
completely thawed, or same amount of fresh assistance activities, registration, the voter FPCAto may tion.KENTUCKY
sliced strawberries spinkled with which will culminate in the submit another completed Voter
sugar. absentee ballot registration is conducted
that an by the
election November 5. ensure
Let set and stir gently to dissolve : general
sugar. is received by the proper County Clerk,county of residence
In March military voters from request
,
1 ((3 )
package oz strawberry flavored gelatin. :
resident
if of
( a Louisville
official.ALABAMA ,
election by the
2\\ cups all purpose flour ;";'. certain States should be informedthat
Board of
Voters are Registration
Commissioners
-
must be registered
1V& they
cups sugar the County Board of ). Send
Vfe solid shortening before election officials can sendan registered by completed
cup of residence.To FPCA to the County Clerk
3 teaspoons baking powder absentee ballot for either a Registrars,county (or
obtain state Board of Election
a Commissionersof
election. register,
1,2 teaspoon vanilla primary or general
3 eggs These States are ALABAMA, registration questionnaire from Louisville), requesting a
Vfe teaspoon salt ALASKA, FLORIDA, GEORGIA, your county board by submittinga registration form in Item ((6)),
1 cup milkGenerously KENTUCKY, LOUISIANA, completed FPCA (indicate in Return completed form to reach
MISSISSIPPI, NEVADA AND Item ((6)) "Request registration election official at least 30 days
the bottom of
grease only a 13 x 9 inch baking pan;
sprinkle marshmallows evenly over bottom of pan; Thoroughly WEST VIRGINIA. forms"). While no specific before the May 28 primary or the
The states not listed either do deadline for registration has been general election.
combine strawberries and syrup with dry gelatin; set aside.In .
large mixing bowl combine remaining ingredients. Blend at low not require registration for set, an applicant should complete LOUISIANA The Registrar of
speed until moistened; beat three minutes at medium speed, scraping members of the Armed Forces on registration well in advance of Voters, parish of residence
sides of bowl occasionally. Pour batter evenly over marshmallows in active duty or let them satisfy Alabama's May 7 primary in conducts voter registration. Send
pan. Spoon strawberry mixture evenly over batter. Bake at 350 any registration requirement by order to obtain, vote and returnan completed FPCA to the
degrees for 45 to 50 minutes until golden brown and toothpick insertedin (1) registering them from the absentee ballot before the Registrar, indicating in Item ((6))
center comes out clean. FPCA used to request a ballot for election deadline. "Request registration forms."
Serve warm or cool with ice cream or whipped cream. an election, or ((2)) by mailing ALASKA -To register by mail, Completed forms must be
The above recipe is courtesy Mrs. Penny Karobeinick of Com state registration forms to them complete an FPCA, entering in returned to the Registrar before
mander, Patrol Wing ELEVEN Staff. with an absentee ballot, or ((3) by Item ((6) "Request Registration registration books are closed ((30
utilizing an affidavit on the ballot- Forms. Mail FPCA to the days before election). Primary
NARFE inviting new members return envelope as the Lieutenant Governor, Pouch AF, election will be held August 17.
registration document. The DoD Juneau 99801, so that applicationis MISSISSIPPI Voter
Jax If you're retired from For additional information on Voting Assistance Guide outlines postmarked at least 30 days registration is conducted by the
Federal Civil Service, or will be the local chapter, contact state registration requirementsfor before Alaska's August 27 City Registrar, place of
I retiring soon, you're invited to Veronica M. Linn, Chapter every State, the District of primary or the general election. residence, or by the County
become acquainted with the President, at 1431 San Mateo Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico FLORIDA Voter registrationis Registrar of each county of
National Association of Retired Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32207 or and the Virgin Islands. conducted by the Supervisor of residence. Send completed FPCAto
Federal Employees (NARFE). by calling 396-4787. Registration rules or guidelinesare Elections, county of residence. A appropriate official, indicating
summarized below for each completed FPCA should be sent "Request registration ap
of the pre-registration States. to this official in sufficient time to plication"in Item ((6). Completed
NORMANDY TIRE CO. While State registration request a registration applicationand application must be returned to
deadlines are listed for those to complete registration reach election officials prior to 30
5354 Normandy Blvd. 796.9292LU States which have specified prior to 30 days before the Sep- days before the election.Primary
WEBBER "Your Tire them, a voter may apply for tember 10 primary or the general election will be held June 4.
registration anytime during the election. NEVADA The Board of
Gives You FREE year by writing to the appropriate GEORGIA The Board of Registrars or the County Clerk,
Expert"FRONT election official. The Registrars, county of residence, county of residence, conducts
registration books are generally conducts voter registration. To vote registration. Obtain an
END ALIGNMENT closed 30 days prior to an election register, submit a completed "Affidavit of Registration" form

by sending a completed FPCA to
STATIC WHEEL BALANCE
.* the appropriate election official.

With Purchase of Any THE HAREM: ; J.. reach Return the the official completed at least affidavit 30 days to

prior to the September 3 primaryor
4 of these Tires I the general election.

Open 4PM! WEST VIRGINIA Voter
CONCORDE ALLNEWTOPLESSDANCERS .. Registration is conducted by the
TOPLESS GO-GO 4PM-2AM Clerk of the County Court, countyof
TP78 Premium. ,' Raised Show Bar residence. Obtain an "Ap
Polyester 10 W. Church St. 358-9478 plication for Registration" from

Polyester Cord the Clerk of the County Court,
\ county of residence. Obtain an
Full 4 ply "Application for Registration"from
TubelessTwin the clerk by sending a
,': j U1..mUiWIn:; f<'f completed FPCA. Return
White J completed application to reach
Stripe -. S The BIGGER and BETTEREI.an the clerk not later than 30 days
30,000 MILE prior to the May 14 primary or
: the general election.

GUARANTEEF7814 ,
f e Homes are now available in Clay County!

4 fl95 Just North of Kingsley Ave.on Bellair Blvd.

F78-15 FOR F.E.T.Plus Orange Park..See them todayl!

2.38 n.
$37,000-

G78-14 95 TIMUQUANATERRACE

G78-15 4 FOR Plus $40,500VA
F.LT. o
( or Conv. Terms) Apartments
2.55 M. 0

0095 Pool.Patios Balconies
H78-14 SOLD ONLYBY WTW C.rpet-Drapes
H78-15 Niip FOR PIllS CLAY Central Heat 1 Air."ce*
F.E.T.L78.14 COUNTY Modern Kitchen App
Laundry Room

1fl095 REALTY 1 BR FURNISHED

EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR... $120 up
J78-15 FOR PIllS!
F.EJ, 2 BR FURNISHED

STORES HOUR!I A.M..S P.M. INSTANT CREDIT' WITH MOST MAJOR ElELL.A.XR: $170 up
CREDIT CARDS OPEN fRI.IIIGHTS TILS ,
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: : from
sqME :BUILDERS: jVi miles
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INC 10 miles from NAS

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5354 Blvd. 786-9292 264.2445 (Just off Timuquanal
Normandy Member of National Home Builders Association PHONE 772.730'MARCH
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I 31 students graduate r. EDUCATION. CORNER |

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from apprentice classJax
Spring Quarter Approaching 570 of October 26,1972: "Sec. 722, or young woman.
Jax-The Spring quarter is fast No appropriation contained in this WOMAN (wum'un) n. An adult
-Thirty-one students from
student. approaching, and both the Act shall be available for female person.
the NAS Jax Apprentice
Training
Graduates from each com- University of North Florida payment of more than 75 per LADY (lad'e) n. Any woman;
Program graduated here March mand are as follows: (UNF) and Florida Junior centum of charges of educational especially, any well-bred woman
14 after completing a four-year NAS Jax William L. Car-
: College (FJC) are ready for their institutions for tuition or expenses considered: worthy of respect." -
training course designed to help michael Robert L. Carver
,
on-base courses to begin. for off-duty training of -Webster's New Practical
them become proficient in Tillman C. Davis, Clifford R. FJC will have counselors at the military personnel, nor for the School Dictionary ((19C4))
various aircraft and maintenance Dozier, Bennie C. Glasscock, Educational Services Office payment of any part of tuition or A girl, in growing older,
trades. Mitchell E. Palmquist and GlennD. (ESO) on April 15 and 16 with expenses for such training for automatically becomes a woman
Each student received
certificates Sullivan. registration taking place on the commissioned personnel who do by definition. The same,
from the Department of NARF: Gary M. Allen, 18th. The counseling is an FJC not agree to remain on active however, does not apply for the
Labor and the Department of the Raymond J. Allen, Richard C. requirement for new students, so duty for two years after com- girl-to-lady or woman-to-lady
Navy. Back, Stanley E. Bernas, GeorgeR. don't let those dates slip by! .pletion of such training." transtition.
The Department of Labor Berry, William H. Calhoun, UNF registration will be in the In order for an educationalinstitution Helen Reddy, Gloria Steinem,
certificates were presented by Steven G. Carroll, Darrell D. rooms assigned in Hangar 1000 on to be approved for Jane Fonda, Cher Bono -each is
Mr. Parke E. Glover, Apprenticeship Clark, Richard L. Davis, CharlesJ. the first night of class. If the tuition assistance it must be beautiful, but more, each is a
and Training Glaraton, Robert N. Harris, around base don't answer accredited nationally
posters by a unique person, a woman worthyof
Representative from the Kermit W. Health, Kenneth M. all of your questions, give the recognized accrediting agency respect, a lady. Bella Abzug,
Department of Labor. Heselschwerdt Gary G. Horn, ESO a call.Remember. listed by the U.S. Commissionerof by today's standards, is not a
Department of the Navy certificates Robert L. Jackson, Donald A.
,all of these coursesare Education. physically beautiful womam, yet
were presented by Capt. Jones, Kermit M. Jones, DonaldG. eligible for tuition aid. Funds The Navy reserves the right, she, too, must be considered a
W.G. Sizemore, NAS Jax C.O.; .Koljeski,Dale L. Leek, JimmyR. historically have grown short for cause, to suspend tuition lady, for she is undeniably
Capt. C.E. Boeing, NARF C.O.; Nolan, Richard B. Oellerichand near the end of the fiscal year, assistance to an individual in- worthy of respect.To .
and Capt. W.F. Quarg, NAS Cecil Donald W. Wilds. in early. of
so get your application stitution. be "worthy respect", you
Field XO.Bennie. NAS Cecil Field: Sylvester B. For more information on tuition Tuition assistance will not be must first, obviously, respect
C. Glasscock was Sawyer and Leander A. Skinner. aid; read on. granted to any institution that yourself, How can you, though, if
selected as the outstanding Tuition Assistance ProgramThe discriminates in any fashion you're not making the most of

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assistance is to provide eligible origin. you know It1Patricia
personnel with financial Tuition assistance is approvedfor Stevens Schools,
I ;J Traffic Violations .1 I assistance as a means of en- an educational, professional, contrary to popular belief, is nota
couraging their voluntary par- or vocational objective providingthe "beauty school" designed to

__U. ticipation in the voluntary institution attended meets the make women attractive to men,
educational programs at Navy above stated criteria. but a "self-opportunity school"
The following is a report of of injuries this month
approved institutions. Correspondence courses and designed to make a woman more
Motor vehicle accidents and 5
year ago Regular Navy personnel programs for vocational or attractive to herself!
month
traffic violations for to
NUMBER OF MOVING (active) and naval reservists on recreational objectives are not _Representatives of the Patricia
date
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NUMBER: OF ACCIDENTSThis VIOLATIONSThis continuous active duty and approved. Stevens School will give a free
month 15 month 95 members of the other U.S. Armed Tuition assistance is not self-improvement workshop,
Services assigned to duty with authorized for "no credit"
This month year ago 46 Speeding 22 open to all female personnel and
Total accidents this year 86 Reckless Driving 2 the Navy are eligible to receive courses. dependents: at 2 p.m. on
Total accidents year ago 498 Going through Stop Sign 11 t tuition assistance.Excerpt Patricia Stevens Workshop Tuesday, April 4,in the lounge of
DWI 1 from Public Law 92- "GIRL (gurU) n. A female child Barracks 6A.
Number of injuries this month 2
Other Violations 59

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70 VW ORANGE 'Three lost of driving and

69 VW RED parking privileges aboard stationfor Every Friday Night is. Family NightYour
68 VW BLUE var. time. None assigned to
68 VW RED complete Motorcycle Defensive
67 VW BLUE Driving Course. Seven Admin. choice ofCHOPPEDSTEAKorCHICKEN&
66 VW STA. WAG. GOLD action. None Article 15 UCMJ. DUMPLINGS 1'9
62 VW BLUE Twelve Warnings Given. Two
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68 EL CAM I NO Air, Auto Dept. Head Counsel. One
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& c Jiij.i t.IS!.ISt man_Scientists__Ao -hP., used--- -learning to benefit how mankind laser I


i : I j. of The team discovered that States.
H Monterey, CA.-A team magnetic fields The team's discovery
MW ywi scientists working with lasers at spontaneous holds also
..r.. A result from temperature and promise of unraveling the
t ;r i the Naval Postgraduate School of
cause of
j : forces within the many the magnetic
(NPS) at Monterey, Ca., has pressure These magnetic forces forces prevalent in outer
which plasma. space,
IIIi discovered a unlock phenomenom the door to will now have to be taken into They say it is conceivable these

i ItJ ti i if nuclear virtually may help energy limitless, improve"clean"radio account involving in nuclear all computations fusion reac- result forces the universe.of may similar occur occurences naturally as in a


f J fl communications,and explain magnetic the tors.Fusion reactors work by The discovery of the magnetic

causes of mysterious combining,rather than splitting, forces may also relate to the
forces in outer space. atoms to produce energy. Lasersare interaction of fast streaming
The team is composed of co-
Prof. used to compress nuclear ionized plasma clouds, such as

r principle Fred Schwirzke investigators and Prof. AlfredW. material into fusionable masses. solar wind, with the earth's
magnetic field.
and Naval Fusion reators under laser
Cooper
Postgraduate School students, control will eventually be able to In an article appearing on the

LCdr. Ronalds S. Bird, USN, and produce enormous amounts of subject in "Physics in 1973," the

Capt. Leslie L. McKee, ASAF. heat for power generation.The publication of the American
Institute of
Physics
They studied the spontaneous laser fusion experimentshold detailing
generation of magnetic fields in a promise of producing major scientific discoveries of
abundant "clean" nuclear the year, Professors Schwirz
....
"' ';;'':I.; );1011'I;\ what they call "laser-produced e
plasmas." A plasma is a hot, energy, since fusion leaves a and Cooper and their colleagues
MAIN SPEAKER at the NAVAIRLANT Senior Enlisted Advisors ionized gas-like state of matter minimum of residual radioactive theorized that solar wind may

Seminar held recently at the NAS Jax CPO Club was MCPOC Tom occuring when a laser hits a waste products. Disposal of generate its own magnetic field
Harris, Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chief of Naval Education and target. waste products is currently a when it collides with the earth's

Training in Pensacola, Florida. Chief Harris addressed the assembled Electrons in the plasma may key problem confronting large- magnetic field, an occurence

Chief Petty Officers on BEQ management and on new naval get as hot as one million degrees scale development of nuclear similar to the events in the laser

enlisted occupational programs. Fahrenheit power plants in the United experiments. Thus, the
f discovery could also lead to a
f
greater understanding of the
effects of solar wind-produced

magnetic storms on radio

Are still) communications.The .
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I CNO approves uniform changes


CHINFOSeveral women and according to white cover. The uniformis 's-----:
changes to navy uniforms the uniform board, shouldbe authorized
recommended by the available in a few only in
uniform board have been months from the Navy
approved by the Chief of ,uniform shops. A -
Naval Operations (CNO). vest, with 's:4
One of the changes is the Still another change is officers and
authorization of either a the phase-out of thewomen's officers, and :
V-neck or an elliptical formal dress tons for _
(round) neck tee shirt for white uniform, which who wear the
naval officers to be worn becomes optional immediately dress blue
with all uniforms. In the and out by July also made '
recent past, only the V- 1, 1975. An optional formal wear with
neck tee shirts were uniform for male officers blues. The
authorized for wear with and chief petty officers the new
officers' tropical called the tropical formalor cummerbund
uniforms. "Gulf Rig" uniform is available

Another change givesall now authorized. The shops in the isKealthy-
Navy women the optionof uniform consists of a
wearing a black beret tropical white shirt with Three yotI.w
instead of the combinationcap ribbons or miniature marks for
with any service dress medals, a gold wrap- were also I" Ie I,
uniform. The appropriate around cummerbund to those for 771.5244's
officer or enlisted cap replace the adjustable Arms, Navy your country.
device will be worn on the cummerbund now worn, and Gas
beret. The berets are dress blue trousers, black Technicians. lower your thermostat to at least 68
similar to those worn by shoes and socks, and these and the day and to 60 at night. It'll not
Army and Air Force combination cap with the
it all
contained save you money, may save us

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JAX AIR NPWS.AIRWINfiFR PAGE 9

Military Benefits

Admirals visit Eagles nestJax

IfYouJoined VeteransAsk

-As noted In an earlier issue of the Jax Air News, RAdm H. G.

Rich COMPATWINGSLANT, was at NAF Sigoneila Sicily last
For Education month for an official visit with the VP-16 Eagles. Since then three

more admirals have visited the squadron in order to obtain a first-
hand picture of Antisubmarine Warfare operations in the
Here's Your ChanceBy Q-I still carry my World War II Mediterranean.
"V"-prefixed National Service VAdm. F. H. Michaelis, COMNAVAIRLANT was on board
Life Insurance. Can I get additional February 25-26. RAdm. D. D. Engen, DEPCINCUSNAVEUR was

PFC STEPHEN C. McMINN coverage? there March 910. And RAdm. F. C. Turner Commander Task Force
How often have A-Yes. Public Law 92-188, 60, visited the squadron March 10-12.
Have you heard that you the heard military that has education is the key? enacted in December 1971 allows All of the admirals were briefed on local ASW operations by Cdr. R.
More important have the key to education? veterans with these policiesto G.CastleVP16 CO.They also toured the Tactical Support Center and
your prospects heard it? What are use their insurance dividendsto other NAF Sigoneila facilities.
you prepared to tell
ip the service your ?prospects about educational opportunities buy additional paid-up life in Admiral Michaelis during his stay, held a lengthy open forum
Do know surance protection. session with the squadron's junior officers. Adm. Engen's and Adm.
you
exactly what educational benefits are Turner's visits included demonstration
a flight in one of VP-16's P-3C
The
available to the serviceman? Q- Veterans Administration Orions.
Do you know of the various guaranteed $7,500 of my
programs where a student The Eagles are due to conclude their five-month deployment and
can transfer from home loan, based on World
college
to my
college and still
get a degree return to Jacksonville in early May.
from the contracted college? War II service. Since VA now

Did you know that it is possible for some people to receive guarantees more, do I have more
an associate degree entitlement coming? LET ME HELP YOU '
(two years of college) without ever BUY OR SELL 'I "
having stepped inside a classroom? A-Yes. VA currently guaran- WEST JAX AND ORANGE PARK .;)
Education in the service is probably the biggest selling tees up to 60 per cent up to a max
point of the military services. Since it is, the recruiter imum of $12,500 of home loans. PROPERTIES! +'

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while in the service. Entering any one of the farm cooperative and flight train-
services can open up opportunities for the student about ing, you have until August 1975to
which he has little knowledge. Before we get into the opportunities use your eligibility. Other edu-
the serviceman or woman has, let's see what cation benefits expire May 31, PROBLEMS ?
benefits are offered. 1974, the eighth anniversary of
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the current G.I. Bill. All eligible
-When the serviceman has completed 181 days of active -
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years MINI-W AREHOU5E.
duty he is eligible for up to 75% tuition assistance. of education benefits.
-After 18 months of active duty the serviceman is eligible
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up to 36 months of education allowance. The
discharge or the date the benefit
amount paid to the student depends upon the number of YOUR OWN DOOR AND KEY
first became
available which-
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dependents the man has and whether he is attending WITH 24hr.ACCESS
ever is later.
school full or part-time. The cash allowance is paid each MONTHLY RATES OR LONGER

month and is used to cover the cost of tuition and books. In Q-What is VA doing to help the
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Other states offer dollar assistance programs. VA is hiring many handicapped -

-What kinds of education can the serviceman receive veterans, including some who :

while on active duty? blind.must work In addition in wheel, VA chairs is working or are Your Best Reason ]!,

For persons who haven't completed high school, the
closely with universities other To SwitcliTajcPreparers
General Equivalency Diploma (GED) is offered. By pass government agencies, and busi- I It

ing a series of exams on required high school subjects a ness and industry to help disabled
person can receive a high school diploma which is accepted veterans get jobs.
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service.As veteran's application for a G.I.
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.'-:#'\ \.,.'il\''' All nine of AIMD's officers I IJ&x.


., \,1" Lt. Walter D. Pass, expect a respectable
-Very rarely do you find a Program; job from
'. : : command with the majority of LDO; Lt.Ernie Weeks, LDO; Lt. someone if you, as an officer
:,'., the officers having enlisted Donnell Nickens, NESEP don't first, respect that
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rr'r backgrounds. Even more Program; CW02 Robert T. someone.

remarkable is a command that Glasure, Warrant Officer
.<.i..I'>,..". has ALL the officers with Program; and Ens. Terry D. This type of philosophy Seems

......,",.'.,.:: ,\ enlisted backgrounds.Such is the Long, NFO Program. to be shared by all the officers of
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( enlisted personnel say
The
Richard T. Schoonover,
: < Cdr. mind working for their .Walter D.Pass
they don't ,who's
AIMD Officer, says this is a big job is
',' plus for his command. "By all officers because they feel theyare Power Plant and Air Frames

t rs 'i" tx the officers once being enlisted," working more-with themona Division Officer expressed his
he commented, "it enables themto job, instead of just for them. feelings toward his crew by
identify with the men and Cdr. Schoonover says he is saying: "A lot of enlisted people
women easier." very proud of the officers and feel like their up against the wall

The nine officers of AIMD and men under him because of their at times; and by once being
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the programs they went through, motivation and devotion to their there, I can identify and un
jobs. derstand what their needs "
are: Cdr. Richard T. are.
Schoonover, LDO (Limited Duty When asked what the general
Officer); LCdr. Ernest Wilson, "You get things done through feelings were towards their
r LDO; LCdr. Arthur Cornett, people," stated Cdr. officers and command, the

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I .started careers as white hats I holds Credit elections Union !I


Election of credit union officials -
from
(Cont. page 10))
was a primary item on the
as a whole that the officers are agenda for the Jax Navy Federal
good people and good to work for a.a Credit Union membership
because of their knowledge'of the meeting held Saturday, March
other side of the fence."I 11 16, in the Jacksonville Civic
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feel it is a good command to !/ : Auditorium.
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Mixon; "because the officers f / '
don't try to put themselves aboveus. : Directors were: Hod D. Pin-

If I have a problem," he ney,formerly executive assistantto
continued "I don't mind going to the Commanding Officer
my division officer, or whoeverit Naval Air Station, Jacksonville;
takes to get it straightened out Ralph R. Story, personnel
because I know they are really staffing specialist in the civilian
Naval Air
personnel department.
interested in me.
LCdr. Wilson expressed his \ Station, Jacksonville; and John
thoughts on this unique situation G. Cooke, foreman, aircraft
pi1 mecnanic, m the Weapons
by saying "More career { .
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Division Shops of the Naval Air
enlisted men and women should )' Rework Facility. Elected to -a".
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officer
pursue an program
one year term was Lt David J.
because there are so many : Harwood, Law Center, COM-
different to become
ways an
TACAIRLANT, Naval Air
There is also definite
officer. a
l Station, Jacksonville. Credit
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need for some of the officer corpsto Committee members elected for

have had previous experienceas three-year terms were Fernie E.
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Engineering Division of the
Public Works Department,Naval
Air Station, Jacksonville; and

Raymond Wittenauer, Ac-
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I.; Navv life- made--more -pest free, by Disc-?.


..... eI Jax-Disease Vector Ecology and Control Center (DVECC), Co. big
I 'I" : 'ff' '"': "' small command, a big mission.
::1 name a
.:1)' \?,.:.t'.:.:.:. Mosquitoes, cockroachs, rodents, vegetation pest control weeds
.J '
-' 1 wood diseases and fungus. Somebody has to control them for the
1- Navy. DVECC does both aboard ships and stations. Not just at
....
..". NAS Jax, but for Naval Districts 1 through 10, 15, and the Naval
r'4 : [ District of Washington, D.C.
1j The four officers, six enlisted men, and four civilians of DVECC
1, have visited 30 activities in the past year on a consultant basis. They
.
*' have made 80 visits on 51 surface craft.They have sprayed NAS Cecil
.- _, Field for mosquitoes.. Helped NTC Orlando with their aquatic weed
problem. Provided NAS Memphis with assistance concerning their
# severe pigeon problem. Repaired pest controll equipment for several
4
ships and for the State of Florida. Provided the USDA laboratory in
'" Gainesville with assistance and specimens.
Ni ., ... Training courses are held at the DVECC headquarters, located in
the NAS Jax dispensary, on a regular basis for all Navy men and
womeninvolvedwith pest control On April 2 at 8:00: a.m.,DVECC will
hold a half day course in household pest control for any homemaker or
homeowner wishing to attend.
Malaria is no longer a problem in the Navy or the United States,due
in part to the work of DVECC.Encephalitis is no longer a problem due
to successful mosquito control. The cockroach problem aboard ship
is on it's way to being solved and yellow fever and dengue fever
have been controlled.
DVECC, a small command, a big mission
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ment at DVECC,and HMC Billy Pack check out a new mosquito fogger that will be used at NAS Jax t / } r
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I this summer. The new machine uses much less insecticide and is believed to be far superior to the tS
one. pictured! on our cover.

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men on the subject of household pests. Each person attending the class will become recertified in
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I : / Fleet Angels to the rescue.:J!

"-'
all done, we headed back to the
Jax-On Friday March 9, a touchdown.
TAK Rota Spain based EA3B "I saw the A-3 bounce high off ship. All in all, it was a
\\sToct'\\ "Whale" aircraft making a the deck. Before I had even remarkable show of teamwork."

routine landing aboard the USS realized what had happened the
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America snapped the numberone helo dipped and sped forward.
\ arresting cable flew over About the time I did realize what
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FONT ,
BAD
FEEL
( the stern and into the ocean. was going on, Stewart had half 1.OTtA GUYS 6Et
W1 NG5Ok One HC-2 Fleet Angel his clothes off, stripping down to DEAR ?oNNS"
Helicopter managed to performa his wet suit at the same time
near impossible feat as it was Rabito had helped me out of the
? able to rescue all seven EA3B gunner's strap and put it on
r crewmen in 20 minutes. himself. He then proceeded to get
Crew of the HC-2 helo includedLt. the harness hoist ready. By the
/ Eric Dries aircraft com- time I was strapped back in the
mander; Ltjg. Larry Findeiss seat belt Stewart was on his way
i pilotADJ2John; RabioAME3Bill down to the water. TwtTRPAaE FROM
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helo at the time of the rescue couraged me to get my camera
were ADJ3 Richard Moore and and record the action.
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ADJ3 John Dick who were taking proceeded to empty my roll
pictures and photos of the lan- about 5 to 10 pictures of the
KE y ding operations.The downed air crewmen and the
following is an eyewitness floating A-3. What

account of the incident given by "I was amazed at how quicklythe kind
John Dick of VA-82, and taken IIC-2 team moved into
from the "American Spirit," the position and got the flyers out of of fool
U.S.S. America's daily
the water. Everyone was calm
newspaper: and knew his job well.
Eyewitness Describes Rescue"I "I helped as much as I could to would getinvolved
was positioned DY the for- get the downed ainnen into the
ward port window, getting pictures helo seated strapped in and in
\ of the recovery. While we comfortable."I .
pulling next to the ship I somethingthat
were up was very glad to see that
noted an A-3 on it's final ap none of the airmen were injured
proach. I set up followed the A-3 and in remarkably good spirits. :
TOYTouch in through the window, and "When the handshaking was
snapped the shutter just before Is without


Navy aids ironclad searchCHINFOThe profit? '

Has impossible -
Navy is planning bottom.
to assist in the search for "Sea Probe" can recover hours?
the sunken Civil War ironclad objects weighing 200 tons from a
"Monitor",amid reports that the depth of 6,000 feet. Is involvedin
wreck has been sighted.The The search is expected to last
5323 Phillips Highway 1700 ton undersea search about 5 days and will probably one dis-
vessel Alcoa "Sea Probe" will begin in April.
737-8440 be used in the ship hunt. The hunt The USS Monitor fought an aster after
will serve as a test of the historic but inconclusive battle
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$ 21 99 sophisticated electronic devicesfor Virginia. Monitor was lost in a asks forblood
STARTING P.O.E. looking and listening beneaththe storm off the coast of North ?
sea. Using a drill string she Carolina near Cape Hatteras

Some of our Toyotas get up to 30 miles to the can drop side-scan sonar, later that year while being towedto
television and still photo Charleston, S.C. We hopeyou're
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ROAD SERVICE the
MECHANIC ON DUTY + good
AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
MnST .. c-...1 600 '* NATIONWIDE TRAILERSOne neighbor
LOOK AT THESE GAS SAVER SPECIALS! n.A.rka... GaeI :
Way or Round TripBOB'S
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70 OPEL KADETTE Fastback, Solid gold : f' --......--. \
W.black stripe, 4Spd AC RH Excel. Buy, $1388 OAK HILL W.......

Only 'i unIn fllf

73 FORD*TON PU Ranger with a Deluxe ,::
Camper body, Roll out windows, WW 3388 :=:: I
carpet. Beautiful truck, 1 owner, SERVICE CENTER 1m
automatic Small V-8, Air Cond., RH.
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.. 72 PLYMOUTH DUSTER 2DR. H.T. Green 103rd Jammes Road
Phone 771-915
W-whlte stripes,Auto.Small I, Pwr str,AC, $2488
RH, WW tires Low mileage, 1 owner. I
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73 CELICA Medium blue W.white vinyl
roof, 4pd trans, RH, Alr-Cond., 1 owner $ 3288
car Extra Sharp. TIIE btfee&M

70 TOYOTA Land Cruiser Station Wagon to call M for die best
Air Cond, RH,4 Wheel Drive, Blue & WhiteIn $2188
IatauMea wallie
car IIIQWhn.
color, 1 owner, Low mileage.

71 VEOA HATCHBACK Air Cond, 4 speed i uowun wwacwio Frank H. Tally
trans.,1 owner car Low mileage and extra $ 788 Nautical Accessories Gifts

nice. '7. BOATS,MOTORS CANOES C.LU.

71 TORINO door, AT, air, PS, PB R&H, Lt- ,".\L.. Trojan, Slickcraft
: $ 1 788 m
lite beige, small I engine. rw' Thunderbird 164b Cassat Ave.

71 TOYOTA Carina. White with blue ?\ .R 11t4C. StarCr aft,Grumman'VI.'VOI Ph. 384-2226
terlor, 4 spd., R&H, WW, lo mi. Real $2388 N' .
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saver. tt\ ., ewe
tA \\A- : like a goodneighbor STATI tAIM
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73 GREMLIN "Lev!" Interior, AT, R&H, .... : ROOSEVELT BLVD.ATORTEOA RIVER .JfiiL
tt tinted glass,WW,1 owner,low miles.A real $2788 ;:::::::__ L -j:::::;: PHONE 3.7..*"(CO*>tn Sundays) (
Farm gyState
gas saver Pier 66 Franchised Marina

72 VW BEETLE Solid yellow, like-new( Yacht Broker.Wet Storage-Marlne Hoists-Hull Service there.'NIUUNC e
Expert
extra clean, 4 spd., R&H, WW. Don't miss $23' 88 Engine Servlce-utboard.Stern Dhve.inboar
this Priced right to sell. 1 mil run mmi MTMMIIU.IISIMKCtMIMIf
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Ads ShOUld be mailed to arrive not later
arriving too late for this deadline will be than Dubllshed Tuesday for publication! the following Thursday, Ads ::1i
structed otherwise. A-check or the fOllowing week unless the publisher; Is In. $
.
money order for .he
cost of the ad must be received WITH the
RATE: minimum charge (U lines) ...S2.00 copy. :
Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...SOc Thursday, March 21 Gene Hackman and Ernest

CO.,456SSHIRLEYAVE.JACKSONVILLE32210 THE WAY WE WERE" Love Borgnine. "PG" ((117 min.) f'

-- SINGER I Story, Starring Barbra Streisandand Monday, March 25 ::1.,

EMPLOYMENTPARTTIME I AUTOMATIC ZIG-ZAG 1974 TALL OAKS' Robert Redford. "PG" ((119 "THE DON IS DEAD" Action JiM 9

(T Cabinet model, used as demo. Only. 12X70 With 12X7 Exp., 3BR., 2BA., min.) Drama, Starring Anthony Quinn 1
CH&A,
Makes button-holes, sews on b'uttons'Sews carpet throughout, shed & Friday, March 22
JOB skirted, plus contemporary and Frederick Forrest. "R" ((114
decor.
knits, etc.
8 AM.12 Noon,or 5 PM.10 P.M. $2.10 ONLY $47.JS $2200. down and assume pymt. or "SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL min.) ;t
Hr 3552741PART $1700. down GUNFIGHTER" Western :,
Cash or Terms. 10 day home trial. unfurnjshed. 2646647. Tuesday March 26
"
CTR. Comedy, Starring James Garner "THE BRIDGES AT TOKO "
7271H103rd .
MECHANICS OR FULL TIME Open til 9:00: SWI1-Block P.M. 7711850.. of 1 1-295. I[:TRANSPORTATIONHONDA I and Suzanne Pleshette. "G" ((92 RI" Drama, Starring William (

Afternoons, Saturdays or FulltimeJax CB-200 MOTORCYCLENew min. Holden and Grace Kelly. "PG"r. .

Top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply In SEWINGMACHINE REPAIRS 1974 Model, used only 300 miles Saturday, March 23 ((103 min.) '
person to Mr. Foster, NIMNICHT All makes of sewing machines, Call equipped with accessories Ph. 778- "BATTLE OF THEAMAZONS" Wednesday, March 27 f'
CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat 3895592. 2609. Action Drama ,
"BAMBOO GODS AND IRON
Avenue.
SMALL ELECTRIC MOTORS Starring Lincoln Tate and MEN" Kung Fu Adventure, :4'

GREAT JOB Cheap, make offer 1 exhaust fan 1971 ROADRUNNER Lucretia Love. "R" ((92 min.) Starring James Iglehart and S

Earn S50-S75 per wk., working part. complete, make offer. 3887573. 383 cu. In., AT, Sunday, March 24 Shirley Washington. "R" ((96 "
time calling on single girls. Earn R&H, 3847139. :
more with Incentive plan. Must be ESTATE "THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE" min.) :
I REAL
I Adventure
sharpl I Phone 7213600. 1969 PLYMOUTH FURY Starring '!I

TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo V-8, Auto & Air, HT, No money dwn., .....
SERVICEMANInside up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile low mo. pymts. Call 3580881.
sales, part-time weekdays & radius Cecil Field & 1.29552,000.00 to
Sat., Earn extra $$$, $2.00 hr. to start. $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far FOR SALE .
Apply at 1506 Prudential Dr. below near-future values. Call Tony 4 Mag Wheels and tires. Fits Pinto. t-

George, 389.5514, Eve. 7711976. 264-9317. w
WORKINGMANAGERMust WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA NEWEST CONCEPT
NOMONEYNEEDED
have good mechanical ability. Realtors Specialist 1967 Pontiac, runs good, financing IN APARTMENT LIVINGS Yv.
Starting salary over $10,000 plus profit OAKHILLPARK3BR. arranged, No cash needed. $495. or :. .
sharing. Fast growing corporation.Write ., 2BA., fncd. yd., Stv. & refrlg., low mo. pay. 3886422. I 13 BEDROOM 1 AND 2 BATHS d. "i
P.O. Box 14021, Jax., Fla. 32210. carpet & drapes, near bases. Equity KHIt$1$7central
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Spacious rooms wide windows .
7718747. 1957 CHEVROLETV8 heat & air cond. Private ;
MOBILE HOME PARK MANAGER WE BUY EQUITIES Auto., Chrome al h
reverse no cash patios, sundecks, swimming pool t'
Large Mobile Home Corp. Is lookingfor Louise T. Bailey down, low mo. pymts. Call 358-0881. and party room. .
a couple to manage a park In North Broker 771.3605 S '
Florida. Excellent opportunity in 264.8102
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benefits for right couple To arrangefor FOSHEE REALTY 65 CADILLAC FLEETWOODNew AVE.'i,
an Interview please call 7710275. Immediate cash for your equity, none Insp. Sticker, New brakes, 14 1800 KINGSLEY
too large or too small mpg., Full power $750., 7727673. DIRECTIONS. Between

ATTENTIONRETIRED PERSONNEL 388.1581 Broker Blanding' Blvd.' 8. Orange Park
Salesman wanted to sell chemicals.Live 1969 CHEVY VAN Minutes away via new 1295.
locally. Generous commission FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS Drives & Runs perfect, Xtra good
Setup. Must have car. Full time only. CONTACTJoe deal, Call 358.0881.Don't. c.7 = .
Call for appointment 268.2323.AUTOMECHANICS. Ropiak (RET. NAVY) Realtor.
Jj
Associate Representing .
Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors
Immed. Part-time opening for experienced OFFICE: 771-8034 RES 1781- 7715 be .;
auto mechanics, also exper. '
tire and battery changer. Apply NEWHOMES10MIN.NASMandarin .

personnel office. Meadows South, St. Johns fudish. \;j'

MONTGOMERY WARD Co. Beautiful 3 & 4 BR. Brick Homeson / 'rEprV
PHILIPS MALL Lg. shaded lots. Priced with you in
Equal Opportunity EmployerMISCELLANEOUS mind. Mid. $40's. Conv. Terms. OF THE FEDERAL ENERGY OFFICEA eig'Chief Say: 1 ;t

ADAIR REALTY REALTOR,771-5877
I I IA Public Service r
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ol This Newspaper .v FREE WHEEL ALIGNMENT
USE YOUR VA & The Advertising Council
recorded message by 3BR. Concrete Block Fenced. Wired I & STATIC BALANCE / y

SCOTT EDWARDS for dryer. Plus range & refrigerator. WITH PURCHASE OF '
Tells you how to be a
515,500.
FOUR TIRES
DISC JOCKEY VANSANDT, REALTOR 389-3549
Call 355-2944 any hour. Approved for
veterans. Columbia School of ,. 1]

Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not J RENTALSORANGE I lA-

affiliated with CBS Inc. Course by

home study. 2BR, Apts. Furn. or PARK Unfurn., Dish. ] f=Ul!Dfl P25 : ., i' ", .'

LIVE CRABS washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth 1
Radial
Wilford's Fish Camp. Apts. 771.1405 or 7713355. Tires

264-9707 MOBILE HOME LOTS NIps Made by Fine .",.)

AUTO AIR CONDo SERVICE 100'X160', Ideal for double wides. 1 EuropeanCraftsman .:
Also home Central units & window Phone 7720816. "
AC, Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 3S8-5U1. 4 a For / :
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2BR.MOBILE HOME
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KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER AC, Pvt Fenced Yard, water, : Small Domestic .
take paymentsof Sewage, Garbage furnished. Married- .":;
Responsible party up Cars
and .
$7.00 per month. Rayfield's 6437 No children or Pets. $100. Mo. $50. Imported .2
+
r.
Wilson Blvd., 7728936. Deposit. 7729839.

)i 40,000 ML GUARANTEE], "

NEARLYNEWRESTAURANT TRAILER LOT
4 ,
EQUIPMENT Well & Septic tank, South of Orange
155SR-12 $23.72
Complete layout, all or any part of, Park, one-third acre 282.5908 after

384-5678 or 2468383. 4:00: P.M.t. /
155SR-13 $24.47
UPHOLSTERYOf .I .
all kinds, furn., car seats, boat J. MOBILE HOMES'' $25.85
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165SR-13
tops, draperies-interior decorating, T I
reasonably done because no overhead, JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
35 .7991 Eve. Retired Navy Man.NEWZIGZAGSEWINOMACHINE. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern .; 165SR-14 $26.00
trailer and apts. 389-3007._ 4r: '
Sl55SR-15 $26.50
Just out of layaway. Someone to HOMES
MOBILE
COLONY
assume pymts. $68 Cash or $9.20 mo. Sales & Rentals, 9359 103rd SI. Call 1 #, 1 16SSR-1S $28.00 '
Call 3895591.
and notary
7710275. Photostating
JEANS PROFESSIONAL service. i PIUS F.LT.OF 1.49..2.00 :;,
DANCE ACADEMY Paenger Tire Guarantee

Westconnett) 103rd & Orange Park, LET YOUR RENTBE Guaranteed again all read haxardt fer the life ef the eriginaltread. T',i.1

Bellalr Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe, YOUR DOWN PAYMENT .If lire fail,we will, at eur eptien, repair il free er replace '
Jazz, Hula, Tahitian, Baton & DEPOSIT REQUIRED It, charging enly fer the tread wear*n a prerata hare ef .
Acrobatics. Register Now, 771-2521 SUMIT MOBILE HOMES the current price plus tax. t. I
7715464. 7783655. Children & Adults. 5210 Phillips, Highway,733.9422 .Guaranteed again wear>eu!foe a specified number ef mile*. : I
BRING THIS AD FOR S100. OFF If tread wear*eut in this peried, we will replace it, charging .v j i
GEORGE'S KENNELS 14 fee mileage wed en a prerata thare ef the current price, plus .. ..yto. I
Dogs & Cats Boarded WE BUY AND SELL ..Cemmercial vehklee cluded.10bMA ,II I
Pick-Up & delivery service since 1925. HOMES
Groomlrg, training & shipping. GOOD USED MOBILE :
Visitors welcome. Bankamericard & Phone 38M4I9 /o .'"

Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 Near 44rrr..v
Cassat Ave. & Edgewood Ave. OKOLONA MOBILE HOME PARK
SOlS Edgewood Court 3890064. Brand new 159 spaces, 2nd Unit to '
.,1
utilities
all --
renting;
RCA COLOR T.V. Okolona underground now, swimming pool HELP nature maintain a harmonious : ,,:. ,
18" diagonal screen, portable. All laundromat avail., /
bldg. ,
environment by
channels. UHF & VHF, sold new for recreation & parking area only 1/2 balance. Respect your 0* IVB. YIS.072T. ,
$329 Now only $179. Cash or concrete N. of pads 1-295 on Collins Rd. Just fighting pollution and like Sunken .II luntNCtLVD 771-1442

Payments. $4.00 wk. Hurry for this mile Blanding Blvdl Close to Cecil Gardens' Florida model, Pamela
west of
Buy. NASi Rent 549 & continue to wade In the
Field, only 4 MI. to Smith, you can
727t'103rt7alocl H & N SEWING ft APPL.- W.of CTR.1295. 554 answer per mo.call Call 2649504.Mgr. at 778.0096 If no water, :*. .......+,........ .m..v.-

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running board of all on-station accidents and here Mrs. Kay Olds
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a registration card. (Dancing Partners)

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... an intimate, cozy piano bar \ I Time Certificates Of Deposit j

designed for your complete pleasure I ($5,000.00 MINIMUM) I
and relaxation. IIII I ISSUED BY MULTIBILLION DOLLAR U.S.BANK I.
II IIt. I TRUST ACCOUNT PARTICIPATIONS
"The Safest In The World" I
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1 .'1 V CONTACT D. J. (Pete) EVERS II
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32073
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Watch for the opening announcement.
I PHONE: AC No. ((904)) 264-4400
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17 at 1-295 ORANGE PARK PHONE 264-9513 Details without Obligation.
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before shooting a photograph for an I.D.card.All I.D.photos are
I taken on the spot at the pass and I.D. section located In Building 9 at ,, .
the main gate

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ADMIN SECRETARYSleft( to rightare Mrs. Hattie' Stewart, Mrs. Dianne Perry,and Mrs. Wilda
Ruby,supervisor These ladys are responsible for most of the paperwork Involved In the. operation of I
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JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION

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70 BUICK RIVIERA 72 DODGE 1/2 TON PICK-UP
1 PS, PB, AC, R&H Air Conditioned,
PS, PB, Auto trans.

$1695

DEPENDENT I.D.s-Dependents also apply for and receive their $
$2350
I I.D.c.rdsat Building Mrs. Louse Ellefoon takes care of the process
and is seen here serving a customer. *
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HTAC.ATPSPB$3V395

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OR OUT?
"HARDEE'S NEED YOU...
If you want a new We specialize in the Orange 72 PARAMOUNT
Career in Fast Food Park, Cedar Hills, Ortega. MOBILE HOME
Management in Venetla area. 73 CH EV. MONTE CARLO 2 BR, unfurnished
Southeast United 1 VT, PS, PB, AC Includes Set Up

States.. Growing ROBERTS&GILMANINC New Homes Ar.OurSp.claHy AM-FM Tape 50 mile Rad.
Elect Seats & Windows
Dynamic Company
expanding Westward... This Week's SpotlightMEADOWBROOK -
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top benefits including GI HOMES j \ *3795$5495
Bill and Stock Options". f
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Park $25,500 $39,000
Write: Mr.Did.Heatly Orange ,
Director of Personnel

Spartan Food Systems,Inc. ROBERTS & GILMAN, INC. Realtors PHONE 3841391.DICK WALLACE ,,
P.O.Box 3168
Spartanburg,S.c.29302 5703 Roosevelt, Blvd MLS. 384-4324. ....-.-.-_._-----
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......................................................v..o....... -.: ...................................................................................."11'............................................-.... Wanted: All Types of SCOUTING Assume Payments: 1970 MONTE
CARLO 350 2 BBL 3 speed
EQUIPMENT Newly Formed
THE Flee-T MARKET Boy Scout Troop Ask for Tom Hydromatlc. HTP-
i after 5PM 772-9590 SPBACRadlo, 8 Track 23

FREE PERSONAL WAN TAD SERVICE payments at$98.12 per month 781-
for Military and Civilian employees cf NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field 2538
ANTENNA-
For Sale TV

.e-.S .....-_ -- Outdoor-24 Feet high-$15-lndoor

r------ R ;RRM Q 1 TV Antenna $10 For Color TV
; FREE WANT AD Bellanger Ext. 3011 For Sale, COUCH & Matching
CHAIRS, Hlde-a-bed, Rugs,
ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS)
; I ( used
Stove, & Baby Play Pen, All

:: I If I- Card.Lost: Lost Navy at DEPENDENTS Navy Hosp. March ID less than 6 months.......... 772-3473

It II 13th Dolores Tucker Ext 3108

IO days 771-7471 evenings.For .
1973 MOBILE HOME, 3

Sale: PORTABLE DISH. Bedroom, 2 Bath, Expando living

: !O WASHER, Rarely Used, Ex- room, Set up on lot, take over

TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW .1 cellent Condition, $165 New payments, small equity Call 264-

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. Asking $25.00 772-2761 8516
; I .

; I I 1971, 15FT, Shasta TRAVEL RIDE WANTED to NAS from

It TRAILER I excellent condition, Lake Shore area. Hours 7:30: to 4.
I Name Office or activity to which assigned II sleeps 5, Pulls easy, Elect. Phone 7810755. Call on weekendsor

I Brakes-Any reasonable offer, evenings.
771-5100 after 5PM
Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature re
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Adult TRICYCLE Western Flyer 1973 San Juan MOBILE HOME
e 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, le: Full 65'xl2' Central Air & Heat, 2BR &
civilian: personnel assigned to ) of submitting ad and 2 months old $100.00 QMC Grant
military or employee name (typed or printed person
2 Full
Baths Utility Shed Lots of
C} NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature grade or rank-rate, office or activity 387.3479
to which he Is assigned and office telephone. This Extras Call 771-7223
2. Free advertising in the l'Flee-T MARKET
I information is for authentication only and your ad
will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housing For Sale: Assume Payments on
should be worded independently of this information.
for personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell 1973 Luxury LEMANS AC, 1973 MAZDA STATION WAGON
personal property offers of or requests for rides to
; S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In Loaded" 6,000 Miles. Under 1800CC 4Dr, AC, Call 389-4413
and from work; announcements of educational
courses offered by nonprofit. organizations or -following edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads Warranty Purchased New Sept. After 5PM or Ext 3076 Before Ask
arriving I I after that date will be placed In the
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be ac 1973. Call 772-1352 for Knowles
following week edition. Ads will be run only one
cepted only If the words (for military), or
time unless resubmitted as prescribed above.
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the '
Executive Brick HOME, four
I Jacksonville ) Included In the of the
area are wording
,. No phone calls will be accepted regarding 72 SCATCRAFT 100 HP Evinrude
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied bedrooms, den, fireplace, double
I "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR & All Ski Equipment 389 4413
by the word "Free" NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide garage, carpet, builtins, centralair
on the Ideally located for NAS and After 5PM Ext 3076 Ask for
miftt printed
3. All ads be typed or clearly typewriters or typing services for advertisers.
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed Cecil 778-2346 Knowles.
in each edition of our paper: Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be /limited to 20 words each. No
1
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be
I accepted. 1 Black Leatherette COUCH, 2 HONDA CR250M "Elsinore"Slightly
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T weeks old. Excellent Condition. Used
1 Never been raced
MARKET" Editor CO JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 1. I. Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a Airline Inside T.V. Antenna,
NAS Jacksonville Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above 786-8291 or Ex524
I almost New $6.00 Call 772-1320
OR requirements will be rejected. The publisher
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor CO AIRWINGER reserves the right to omit any or all ads. after 6PMSAILBOAT.Alcort
1 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These forms
_._ ____ Bradford AIR CONDITIONER,
U Bw-A w.--...A.Br--------------.-----------. Flying Fish 8000 BTU Uses House Current

1967 CHEVELLE "MALIBU" 73 COUGAR Low mileage. 14'FG. 1.6 Capacity Gator $50.00 2 Barrel Carburetor, Air

283-Air Cond., New Tires New ACPSAM-FM Vinyl Top and MOBILE HOME for Sale 12 x 69 Trailer. Seen at NAS Jax Yacht Cleaner, Manifold For 383 Eng.

Brakes Pwr Steering Excellent more 772-2566 3BR unfurnished. Washer dryer Club Call 771-4425 aft 6PM or All for $35.00 Call 771-2461

Paint, 63,000 miles one owner, dishwasher, refrig, stove, fence, weekends
For Sale Norge ELECTRIC ..........
3,000.00] 264-8184 shed, etc; Gorskl 772-3011 or 778-
RANGE, Automobile Tape Deck,
Will Buy-Sell-Trade All
0758 1972 MAZDA 808, OHC Engine 32
Seigler Oil Heater, BathroomSink
Unique SINGER Golden Touch In MPG, 4spd, Radial Tires, AC, Denominations of U.S. coinage
... Hand-Crafted Burmese Teak Mirror Medicine Chest after For Sale65 CADILLAC Fleet- R&H, Reclining Bucket Seats Including Gold and Silver Type
.
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with win over HS-11 Draeonslavers. STANDINGSAMERICAN

Jax-IJke old man river the Dragons of VP.56 ., -
roll
week the 56ers picked up four wins, on. This past LEAGUEW
running their
the weeks work record to 20-0, W L
capping
with a win
over, of all
people, HS-ll'
Dragonslayers. r VP-56 20 0

Military Personnel (MPO) had the misfortune of A- 11S-11 18 2
being
schedule on the NDRC 15 7
Dragons' first. VP-56 put six men in double figures
and
posted a 96-44 win. VP-45 12 8

Ed Sullivan had 19 points to head the AIMD 11 9
scoring. He was followed
Terry Brown ((18), Wallace Irving ((16), Ralph Calloway (12) by 679th 9 10
Jim
Parolise ((12) and Harry Robbins ((11)). lIS.l / 7 13
Tommy Williams and Mike HOSPITAL 5 15
Connel
had 16 and 14 points for MPO.
Next '56 followed FAPL 3 16
Big
Larry Rawlins lead and outscored NDRC. 1
Rawlins dropped in 35 markers MPO 2 18
while
Sullivan and Robbins hit 18 and
1 NATIONAL LEAGUE
15.Bruce
Dauer, Richard W L
Conley and Ike Oliver had 22, 18 and 12
points, respectively, for the NDRC team. VP-5 18 2
VP-45's Pelicans held the Dragons to a nine point lead at the half in 1 FASO 12 6
their contest,but were outmanned in the second half. 1I MARINE BARRACKS 12 6
Again it was Robbins and Rawlins doing most of the damage with I AIR OPS 13 7

the former scoring 17 second half points to finish with 25 and the latter HAWKS 12 7

scoring 24.Terry Brown,Ernie Pollard and Ed Sullivan had 19, 16 and VW-4 9 11
14 points in that order. HC-2 5 11
Mike Adams and Rick Pruett had 18 each for VP-45 MARTD 5 15

The Dragons picked up their 20th win at the hands of their ar- NARJAX 3 16

chrivals the Dragonslayers. The win also clinched the American error was made in last .
League championship for '56. weeks paper stating that FASO
HS-11 had defeated the Dragons twice in the CinCLanFleet tour- had dropped out of the league.
nament, while the 56ers had handed '11 their only intramural loss '1' .I:/1
earlier in the year.

Again it was Rawlins in the lead as he poured in 25, to help even the I Mad Foxes

series at two games each. Ed Sullivan and Ernie Pollard had 14, and wrm'
10 markers, respectively.Mort EVENING THE SCORE-VP-W's Dragon settles -n old score take two
HS-11's Dragonslayer. (Drawing by Russ Gandy)
McCarthy and Art Patterson had 22 points each for the 18-2
'Hers. Jax-VP-5 headed into the
playoffs with a full head of steam
t I : after edging Marine Barracks 86-
Hawks fail
HS-11 wins three 84 and bombing NARJAX 95-73,
to run their record to 182.
I
NARJAX's Ken Tharp led all
after 56 setbackJaxDespite scorers with 36 points, but the

to get spot difference was in the balance, as

their loss to VP- HS-11 takes an 18-2 record into VP-5 had five players in double

56, HS-11 kept a solid hold on the championship playoffs. The figures. Jay Buchanon (22), Vic
second place in the American Dragonslayers meet Marine Slider (18)), Ron Dusa ((17), Ernie

League by picking up three wins Barracks in the first round of the in playoffsJaxThe Cavandor (12) and Richard
of their own. tournament. Herrington ((10) led the Mad

After being held to a <<-42 half Foxes.
time lead by NDRC, Art Pat- The Foxes threw balance out
terson and Mort McCarthy Marines to Hawks did everythingin and Osbey Saylor (10) led the the window against Marine
combined for 31 second half their power to obtain a spot in Hawks. Nick Larson had five of Barracks and got the ball to

points to salvage a 91.78 win. face HS-11 the play-offs, winning two games his nine points in overtime. Brady Bearden. Bearden, inturn,
Patterson finished with 30 points, against competitive teams, but Due to cancellations and team scored half of the Foxes points
eliminated when Marine from the for and almost
were dropping league (43) single handedlyheld
while McCarthy had 18. Livio
in Barracks beat MARTD to clincha deployment, the Hawks played off the Barracks who had
Capilla and Woody Hood had 23 playoffsJaxMarine
and 16 points, respectively. playoff spot. only 19 games finishing 12-7, been down 45-32 at the half. Jay
The Hawks1 high man against where as Air Ops finished 13-7, Buchanon and Vic Slider had 18
Chaisson had Richard
Larry 16, Barracks refusedto Marine Barracks was Nick and received a play-off soot. and 17 points to aid Bearcfon
Conley 14 and Ike Oliver 12 for
crack under pressure and Larson with 13 points, but four
NDRC. came from behind to beat other players had ten or more.

The Dragonslayers, and MARTD and gain a spot in the The balance wa a deciding

Patterson dropped VP-45, 77-68, intramural playoffs. factor in the 70-61 contest, along
for their second win of the week. Fred Singer poured in 44 pointsto with the Barracks inaccurate foul
to share erase a 42-41 MARTD halftime shooting. The Marines missed 21
Artistic Art had 22
with led. MARTD closed within six of 30 free-throws.
scoring honors Ralph
Dorsey of '45. Livio Capilla of '11 points with less than three Fred Singer led all scorers with
and 45's Denny Dellwo each minutes remaining at 79-73, but 18 points.
Singer hit three quick baskets to The next win came over Air
scored 16
points.
put the game out of reach. The Operations in overtime.

HS-ll's final win came at the final score was 8877. Paul Regulation time ended with the
expense of HS-1 by a score of 96- Tuggey had 42 for MARTD. score tied at 72. The five minute 1&rfconcept
54. The Dragonslayers wasted no Barracks had gained a victoryover overtime period was high scoringas
time in starting the rout as they VW-4 earlier when Singer the Hawks scored 13 points and
jumped out to a 51-28 halftime had hit for 36 points. VW-4's Air Ops 11, to end the game 8583.

lead, behind the scoring of guess Aubrey Wilson had taken scoring Air Ops suffered when Garry :: &
who-Patterson. Art scored 16 in honors by hitting for 42 points, Pope,who had scored 34 points to
the first half and finished with but the Barracks won-it'.93-73.' lead all scorers fouled out. Ops' .
30 to lead all scorers, and finish The Barracks meet HS-11 in the John Fruge had 20. _
with a 26 point average for the opening round of the intramural Gil Star ((17),Mark Buono ((17),
week. playoffs. Joe Rugjzerio (151! Ed -Ryan ((14)). inttlr

MINI. ..CYCLES.
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Robertson rolls 233 T BOWLING

I JAX SPORT BRIEFSGOLF STANDINGS

on way to 638 seriesPACIFIC

CLINIC p.m. In the conference room. -
ATLANTIC LEAGUEW
Jax A golf clinic for junior 4-II CLUB LEAGUE Bill Greenawalt's 529 led the L

dependents 10 to 18 years of age Jax-The new 4-H Club for Every league had at least one Gutter Hats,but couldn't stop the MAD FOXES No.1 17 7
will be conducted by the station military dependents will have an 200 game bowled,but the Pacific Rats from losing three games to AFEES 19V& l2Vt
golf professional at 5 each No l less than Marine Barracks.The .
p.m. organizational meeting for all League was tops. < Thursday, beginning March 28. youngstecu; aged 8-18,parents and eight 200 games were thrown in WallBangers. and Rebels CONTROLLERS 17 11
The courses will be given at the interested persons on Monday, the league, led by Adam split their contest.CONTINENTAL. NARJAX 16Vi 11%
golf course driving range. April 8, 1974 at 7 p.m. at Bldg. Robertson's 233, 208 and 628 LEAGUE SIX PACKS 14tt 13V&
There is no cost for this clinic 523; the new Dependent series. Carlos Swain of HELP had a DIRTBALLS 12 12
with the exception of the range Recreation Center.A Robertson led his team, the 500 series to pace the league'sonly BALLERS 15 17
balls which will be 45c bucket. to of Ones FIC "5" the
a wide variety of activities and Trippers a sweep sweep. was BATMEN No. 815%
For further information please programs are planned. Bunch. Allen Petrosie had a 205 victim. SEAHORSES 12 24
call the golf professional at 3249. for the Trippers. Women's Lib lost three to the SPARKS 9 23
LIFE GUARDSJax SCUBA DIVING OnesBunch came to bowl also, Zeroes.
Any military person who Jax Special Services has as Edward Barbera had a 200 The Screwballs used Clint
holds a Senior Ufesaving Cer- approved a Scuba Diving In- game and teammate Richard Dycus's 578 series to take three NATIONAL LEAGUEW
tificate and is interested in struction course that will give Nicholson had a 212 and a 591 from GEMS. L
coming TAD to Special Servicesfor basic certification to those who series. David Lestage's 541 was high LION HEARTS 27 9
l lifeguard duty,please contactthe take and complete it. Elsewhere in the league, HC-2 for the Doc's, but the Wreckersstill MARINE BARRACKS 17 11
Special Services Officer at The course will be given No. 2 took three games from won three of the four mat PIN BUSTERS 15 9
ext., 3111/2. aboard NAS beginning April 2 ADCOP and Busch Buds swept ches. GUTTER RATS 15 9
WOMEN'S SOFTBALLJax and lasting through June 16. Mad Foxes No. 2. The Thunderbolts lost three to ROTOR HEADS 14 10
All military and Classes will be given on The Pelicans used three 200 the Gaffers despite a 204 by Ray REBELS 19 13
dependent women 18 or older and Tuesdays (dry) at 7 p.m. and games to take three games from Bowman. Bowman had a 544 SOLEX"5" 15 13
Q interested in playing Softball Sundays (wet) at 8:30: a.m. The FASO. Joe Butler rolled a 214 series. Don Hannem had a 200 HC-2 No.l 9 19
should contact Eve Gaucher at courses are open to all military and a 524 set, Bob Cunninghamhad game for the Thunderbolts. BATMEN No. 2 3 9
771-8446 or Joanne Oliver at 264- personnel and their dependentsthat a 211 and a 551 series, while AMERICAN LEAGUE SPLITMAKERS 6 18
are 16 or older. Dick Stine's 203 enabled him to The American League had five WALLBANGERS 4 "24JACKSONVILLE'S
1692.An Organizational meetingwill Registration and the first class card a 508 series.NARJAX 200 games and more sweeps than
be held Sunday March 24 at will be held April 2 at 7 p.m., in CPOs took four any other league. The Texaco
Special Servb' s. Bldg. 620 at 3 room 240 of Hanger 1000. games from the Splitmakers. Stars swept Marine Barracks No. PACIFIC LEAGUE
ATLANTIC LEAGUEThe 2 despite 200 games by Barracks W L

I .... ... .., I Atlantic League had a 200 Bruce Harley ((201)) and Lewis ADCOPS CPO's 23 5
game, but couldn't come near Jones ((203)). The Stars' Will BUNCII 22 10ONE'S
R&S TEXACO the 600 series mark. Martin had a 536 series. TRIPPERS 19 9
19 9
Joe Munch of Batmen No. 1 Robert Lentz's 204 and 529 led
. PELICANS 18 14
the Busch
rolled a 201 game, but his team Leaguers' sweep over HIGH LIFERS 14
14
COMPLETE AUTO CARE! still lost three games to AFEES. Mad Foxes No. 3, and Parsor.sFoards'
SPLIT
MAKERS No.l 14 14
MECHANIC ON DUTY Jim Forrester had a 552 series: 223 and 590 series did the BUSCH BUDS 1 17
for AFEES. same for the Late Chargers as
MAD FOXES No
AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS The Sparks won three from the they blanked the Red Barons. HC-2 No.2 1 9 6 23 22
CPOs and the Controllers swept The Hurricanes took three FASO
CAR WASH the Seahorses in the only other from Navy Finance Office. Ed 5 23
r Nyseth had a 201 for NFO.In .
Ask Ed about our FREE LUBE! TEXACO contest.NATIONAL LEAGUE other action PSSSSST took AMERICAN LEAGUE
Solex 1"5"'s: Don Smith three games from the Sea Kings W L
STEPHENS,Owner bowled a 201 game and 540 seriesto and Texaco Stars did the same to BUSCH LEAGUERS 22 6
4851 SAN JUAN AVENUE PHONE 389-9414 help his team win three games Mad Foxes No.3. PSSSSST 171h 61h
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Volleyball championship. GEMS W 9
NATTC advanced to the finals GAFFERS 21 11
New 1974 The All NEWSKYLINE by defeating FICEUR and THUNDERBOLTS 17 11

NARJAX. WRECKERS 16 16
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With Spring upon us, we see a marked increase in
boating activity on the St Johns. The weekend finds a
variety of boats and people at the NAS Marina, all of 1 / 1 *
whom are pursuing the sport of yachting..whether a
John boat or a high masted sloop. Of course the Navy m'
Jacksonville Yacht Club looks out on the activity with 0
great interest, as we take hope and stock of the
possibility of increased membership. So as they say on
a certain television program."come on down." ATTEOTICMOr
A tack board has been provided by the Navy Jax
Yacht Club- at the Marina. Basically the board is
available to sign up as a crew member or to advertisefor / / / 1
a crew. Racing is always a major interest to boating
people. So sign up please. a l fttaw r 1 0 I
The planning and organization meeting for the newly
established varsity sailing team representing NAS was allotment of for credit
held last Thursday at the Marina clubhouse. Bud Lucas '. -.'. .-.. '. .".. .. .':''':: .pay..' i'1- .' >'. '. .. '-," i'"'.'"f'''
NAS Marina Manager called the and
meeting to order
!0 a sai ii p s a0ih$0 /
introduced Frank Chum, who will be the team coach.
Some basic ground rules were talked over and i
generally established.The following is provided for any iWmt / 8. / /
one who is interested and would like to join:
Participants must be active duty officer or enlisted
personnel. Training sessions will be mandatory and
only a small percentage of absenteeism will be allowed
Training will be held one or possibly two days per weekno an automaticincome
( weekends). When three man teams are formed, at
least one man will either be officer or enlisted.
Special Services will set up a permanent race course .
off the Marina to practice racing techniques. Uniformsfor second .
crews.racing events will be provided for all skippers and "

As a member of the varsity sailing team you will be
competing against the intramural sailing teams, and
hopefully go on to the All Navy competition. For further
information contact Bud Lucas at Ext. 3260.
For all NJYC members, a family fun cruise is in the ?
offering. NJYC Flotilla Day Cruise, March 30. Meet at
the Marina at 9:30: a.m. Bring your own beer, sodas,
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Without officials.
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I CECIL SPORTSSOFTBALL
you have been reading the officials are in the business for
sports pages you have probably the fun of it anyway,and once the
noticed that almost everyone; enjoyment is gone, they usuallyend
Warren the Blackbirds defeated will be followed by 9 more lines Jax Navy, Cecil Navy, Collegesand up quitting. The money is
Intramural softball gets under all comers and finished undefeated and the field will be cut down to civilian leagues are crying certainly no incentive.
way at NAS Cecil Field March 25 The standings as of 3- the top 5.To be eligible you must desperately for sports officials.
with 2 Slow Pitch Leagues and 18-74 are listed below. have an average of 175 or better The reason for the shortage is Several sport programs locally
one Fast Pitch League. There area GOLD LEAGUE and be an active duty military apparent. Most officials, par- and nationally are in jeopardyand
total of 23 teams entered; 10 VA4512 assigned to NAS Cecil Field or ticularly at the intramural level, many being curtailed due to
fast pitch.teams and 18 slow pitch VA-105 .6 tennant commands. Anyone are amatures just like the the lack of officials.With softball
teams. All team rosters are due VAr726 interested should sign up at the players and are not infallibl /The season not too far off it might be
in to the Atletic Directors Officeno OPS -5 .- bowling alley before 1300 on 25 abuse upon officials is wise to remember that "without
later than 1000 22 March 1974. VS-30 No.1. 4 March. unecessary and in 95 percent of officials,there would be no gameat
Game times will be 1600 and VS283 ., ', SKEET STANDINGS t the cases unwarranted. Most all."
1730 Monday thru Thurs. Due to VA12 0 : ,,:;; __
the energy crisis there will be no BLUE LEAGUE )?, NAMTD No. 1 2-0 R.C. Volunteers neededRed I
games played under the lights NAMTD 10 :'.i VA-37 2-0
this year. Admin 6 Medical 2-0 Cross Volunteers..weneed Dispensary. The class will
There will be a number of VA-174 4 VA-45 1.1 you! On April 22 and 23 commence at 8:30 a.m. and
games (slow pitch) played at the VS-30 No. 24 NAMTD No.2 1.1 there will be an orientation class continue until noon in the
Marine Field over at t Yellow VS-32 -2 Weapons 0-2 for all ladies interested in Fellowship Hall at the Cecil
Water. All players are remindedthat ,VA-46 0BOWLING VS-28 0-2 volunteering to work one day a Field Chapel. To sign up, please
the gate is a limited acess VA-46 0-2 week at the Cecil Field call 771.3211 ext. 377, NOW!

area and to bring your I.D. In Atlantic Tuesday Night ____ n__
cards. Bowling League action this week Boating course offeredThe
As things look now this shouldbe the VA-174 No. 2 team dominated
00 one of the better softball play with a team series of 2,794.
seasons that Cecil Field has had. VA-174 No.2,led by Larry Bouck Orange Park Coast Guard May 2.The classes will run from
With the VS community well with a 641 series, took four gamesto Auxiliary will present a free 7:00: to 10:00: p.m. All age groupsare
settled this could be the biggest take the league lead away from course in safeboating at the welcome to attend.
and best season yet. VA-45 No. 1 Larry's roll of 222 Lakeshore Junior High School on For further information please
GOLFThe was high game for the week. March 21, April 4, 11, 18, 25 and contact Ron Fritz at 264-9546.
Intramural Golf Gold The roll-offs for a team to be 9,
League was dominated by VA-45 sent to the 2ND Bowling Tour-
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V-7 -- -- has been less activity on
Jackie Hunt certain nights and ridiculous the golf course at NAS the past The second flight winner was
Jax-The intramural season is others. Richard Conley and on Marines are another of the short week as many have been attending Catie Nichols; Runner-up-Betty
over and the only basketballs Oliver are giants, but Ike in- teams in the National League. the GJO. Several ladies Gustin; Fewest putts-Bernice
you'll see flying are those of the consistent. Larry Chaisson John An aggressive man-to-man from the Station Association Anderson. '
,
teams who waded their way Troupe and Ken Folmsbee defense and a smooth fast-break volunteered their services, The third round of the Spring
through the also-rans and madeit spark plugs on offense. Bruce are are the Marines main attributes. working as scorers for this event. Handicap Tournament will be
to the playoffs. Dauer is probably the team's Barracks' Fred Singer is a Most of the members par- played on March 19.
Eight teams are left, four from best shooter. shooter in the same class with ticipated in our usual Play Dayon A mixed event is scheduled for
each league, and all things VP-45's Pelicans are larger VP-5's Bearden. Gene Stiggers is Tues., March 12. Winners in March 24. Make your own
considered, it seems like a than most National League accurate from 20-feet. Stiggersand the T and F tournament were: foursome and sign up by
good for the J.P.Bakerare the keys to the First Thursday March 21 and
pretty year teams, and are good rebounders. flight-Lillian Oberhausen; join the /
American league. The Pelicans have good Barracks fast break. The lack of Runner-up-Julie Uitti; Fewest day of golfing. A get-together
The American League sends in Ralph Dorsey, Mike scorers Adams height will definitely be a giant putts-Lassie Mahoney. will follow the round of golf.
undefeated VP-56, twice beaten I, and Rick Pruett. obstacle in the Marines path.
HS-ll.NDRCand into the Air Operations, the fourth
tournament. The National VP-5, the National League place finisher in the league, has
NO MONEY DOWN I
champions,are short the
League is represented by VP-5, but on height, same basic problem as
FASO, Marine Barracks and Air long on shooting ability. NDRC..inconsistency. Air Ops
for E2's and !
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main advantage the best shooter in the league and he has problems getting the team to
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lightning fast guards who make little rusty with the extra weeks
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11 vs Marine Barracks, VP-5 vs
HS-11 has the height to com Zukewich, Don Davenport, Don VP-45 and FASO vs NDRC.

pete ,with VP-56, but not the Johnson and Will Martin. Theyweren't I like VP-56, HS-11, NDRC and CENTURY
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