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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1974
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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I Conservation Action Committeeis I Letter to the Editor I


in NARFJax
now operation at I Jacksonville area. -.01

To The Editor:
Got an idea about the publicity accorded a Your idea could be a ever in- The problem is helping

beating the energy crisis? celebrity.All winner with a big boost for It has become evidence that hobbyists too much. They

If it concerns the saving of suggestions will be the Navy's conservationeffort. creasing in Services Hobby rely on us all the time and

gas, oil, electricity, wateror gratefully received and Entries should be the Special downhill. do nothing themselves, 1
anything else on the carefully studied. Militaryand submitted via Yard Mailto Shop is going know because they are afraid .

critical list, jot it down civilian personnelfrom Conservation Action 1 don't exactly is but they will mess Up. Lots of :I)

and have it evaluated by a NAS and tenant Committee, Code 930, what the problem hobbyists resent you :,

team of experts. commands are invited to NARF Jax. the ceramic shop per- hanging over their back 1
NARF Jax has sonnel are becoming very
participate. its their project, not ours,
forth
established a Con- shoddy in putting and they want to do it at
servation Action Com- effort to help people
mittee to receive these I ABOUT THE COVERHM3 I engaged in the hobby. It will.Other problems in

ideas and make a looks like it is a burden for answering too many

feasibility study. If your Thomas Widell (1)I) talks to the ambulance them to get up and answer questions is that the

suggestion is adopted for dispatcher while HM3 Edward Anderson (r) speaks questions about certain hobbyist has too many

use, you will become over.the P.A. system informing drivers to make way for items. advisors, so therefore

eligible to receive the the ambulance.For Unneccessary blame is they get confused and do

"Conservation Suggestionof more pictures and story by photographer Ron placed on the hobbyists if the wrong things

the Month" award and Bayles, see page 4. their ceramic piece comes I'm sure that our em-
out of the kiln cracked
will help from
ployees you
W. <% looks like solidified lava. start to finish on any

I AT THE Especially an advanced ceramic if you will only
CLUBS
.with Mike
.. Hansen hobbyist! listen to her and not your
next door hobbyist. Too
Do these people get paidto
many of your so called
criticize after the fact
Jax-SUPPORT! That's what works. Tell Mom I sent you. The CPO Club is proud to advanced hobbyists
we need. Come visit and enjoy "Barbary Coast" will be present the "David Houston and blame the hobbyist for become authoritys on
your EM Club facilities. We have featured the evening of April 3 Show" from 9 to 1 on April 11. something he or she didn'tdo
ceramics after
lots to drink and eat and a well from 8:30: to 11:30: with jazzrockand From his first big hits "Mountainof ? Mainly to keep from they get a
equipped game room as well as soul on tap. Love" and "Almost Per- explaining or apoligizingwhy few good pieces out. So if
fine entertainment on the Keep a watchful eye on the new suaded", David Houston has the they do something wrong
weekends.This "Stag Bar." It is to open soon. continually risen to stardom. He they, employee, they want to blame us so
Thursday brings us both Why not stop by and take a peekat is the newest member of the screwed up! that they won't look bad to
entertainment and "Poor the beautiful new addition "Grand Ole Opry",has appearedon Complaining to the
Louies" night. The music will be made possible by the fantastic the Johnny Carson Show, people in charge seemed to the hobbyist they have

provided by a new group called efforts of our Sea Bees. Merv Griffin Show, Johnnny straighten things out for a advised.We .
"Leo" from 7:30 to 9:00.: Free Remember members, we havean Cash Show and many others. A are not responsiblefor
week two But after
beer and snacks will be on tap advisory Board meeting on super show at just $3.00 per or soon any i items fired. We
throughout the evening. Friday Friday. person. Spend a truly enjoyable a couple of cases of have control them
night the Club will feature the CPOCLUBEntertainment evening with David Houston backstabbing occurs, no over
solid soul-rock of "Black begins with the Tickets are currently on sale, so some of ,the employees once the kiln lid is closed.
Diamond" from 9 to 1. Saturday tasteful country sound of get yours early. have their favorite hob- They're automatically shut
night will feature the heavy "Shiloh" this Thursday from 9 to OFFICER'S CLUB and off. We are not blamingyou.
sounds of "Peach"also from 9 to 1. Friday night, the evening This week's activities start out byist things return to The pieces speak for
1. See you at the Club.HANCOCK features the very popular musicof with beefeaters night on Thursday complacency, and excuses
themselves. So if it isn't
HALL "Hal Tillotson and Sounds from 6:30 to 9. Friday is a spread like wildfire.
What a week for entertainment Interesting" from 9 to 1. happy day at the Club with Happy Perhaps this letter will what you wanted, go to the
Thursday night Remember our special stuffed Hour prices from 4:30: to 6:30.: let others know what is person that advised you
gives us the solid country soundsof shrimp dinner at $3.25. The fare Dinner and dancing could round and ask what the problemis.
"Jim Hall". Friday the Club for Saturday is none other than out a beautiful Friday with "Ice going on and that
Either I Mrs.
offers soul at its best with "Queen "Archie Leslie and Whatever's House" and rock music as the something will be done to or
Bee and the Diamonds". If you Fair", featuring versatility and sound from 8:30 to 12:30.: straighten out the ceramic McGrath would be more
haven't seen or heard them, the softness from 9 to 1.Sunday givesus Saturday nights entertainment shop farce! than glad to answer any
Jaunt to the Club will sure be a dual treat in the "King of features the music of the PT2 R. Bayles questions or explain
worth it.Saturday night brings us Strings" from 2:30: to 6:30: and "George Hughs Combo" from without apoligizing or
the incomparable"Phil Cay" and country at its best with "Jack 8:30: to 12:30.: FICEURTo
troupe for a great nights en Finch and the Westside Five" April 3rd will bring us the the Editor: blaming anyone for any
tertainment. Sunday the country from8:30: to 12:30.: Monday, JOWC for a luncheon. wrong-doings. ,
sound of "Jim Hall" will again the"King of Strings"return from Don't forget steak night every In answer to PT2 R. Just let the cookie

ring through the Club. 8 to 12. Tuesday, April 2, Monday night and our fine Bayles letter, maybe he crumble where it may.
Lunch will really be a treat on "Whatevers Fair", featuring Italian dinner every Wednesday has not been around the On the favoritism I
April 3.with Spanish as our Archie Leslie on sax,return at 8 night. Be kind to a goddess this Hobby Shop very long. We ,
theme. All items on the buffet and play till 12. Wednesday night month,take her out to dine at the have cannot explain why, but I
will be tasty and definitely again gives us mellow country "0" Club. a better selection of will correct the matter or

Spanish for just $1.65 for the from "Shiloh". molds, more kiln and I will fire the person \
Johnny Jelinek
more qualified personnel responsible.
assisting hobbyists than at
back by demandat H.T. Carter
any shop in theACTION
Shop Supervisor
Officer's Club I I

The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Jax-Back I LINE I I
by popular demandis
distributed each Thursday: at the U.S. Naval Air Station .
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a the Johnny Jelinek Band. ACTION LINE CALL No. 1066: sponsor. To purchase items from i
private firm. Alt Copy submitted Jor use In th,.JAX AIR NEWS Playing for "Coat and Tie"night "Yes Sir, yesterday I noticed the Uniform Shop, or any other I
must be forwarded to the Public/ Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS April 13 at the Officer's Club. over in the Navy Exchange department of the Exchange for .
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News Performing music from"Yesteryear" Uniform Shop that they were unauthorized patrons is an abuse ;
items are welcomed. from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 with the big band selling dungaree trousers to a of the Navy Exchange privilege.
or 3119. sounds. The youngest member of dependent, and the dependentwas That privilege Is one of the
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made the Band is Johnny, who is in his buying them for another guy many benefits available to you
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to sixties,Johnny and his band usedto which was a civilian. I don't feel as a member of ,the military
race, creed, color, national origin or sex of. the purchaser, play every Friday and that it's right for a dependent to service and to your dependents.It .
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Saturday night at the "0" Club. be buying a military uniform for is a benefit that each individual
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the Their last appearance at' NAS personal use. It's bad enough who enjoys this
refusal to print advertising from that source." Jax was in December. > that we have a shortage and we privilege should be eager to
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Buffet Dinner of Prime Rib can't get them ourselves. I'd like preserve. However, as with any
concerning such should be directed to: will be $5.25 per person, the you to look into it. Thank who.
you privilege there are some
OllA dining room will be open from very much, Sir."
l \ THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY 6:30: to 9 p.m.The band will beginto without regard to the con
t -S 4565 Shirley Ave.,Jacksonville/ Fla. 32210 play at 8:30: and last until REPLY sequence of their action on
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"Authorized
,now'- Telephone 387.3566 12:30.: the patronsof others, abuse the privilege.
r ''ll."( Call the "0" Club for Navy.Exchange may make Offenders run the risk of loss of
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| VOL. 32 N04 2 MARCH 28, 1974 |( the office.at Ext.Enjoy 3041 an or evening come by of just ments as of they the do the in uniform other depart-shop and privileges endanger on an individual the continued basis

Exchange. and
lively entertainment with such Many existence of Navy Exchange
purchases
are made each Commissary benefits for all
Johnny and the band. day for
items
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Eight Jacksonville Hampton, Va.
I University NROTC midshipmenhave The scholarships are

been awarded full authorized by the Chief of Naval 1
scholarships retroactive to the ,
Education and Training and F. t it rA
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semester, according to'an an academic qualifications and unit
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Science and Commanding Officer all 'tuition, fees and books. In 1 KT
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University Unit. receive a subsistance allowanceof ;
Three of the midshipmen are $100 per month. Upon com-
from the Jacksonville area. Theyare pletion of summer training
: Stuart A. Hayes of 4827 requirements and graduationfrom A
Ducheneau Drive in Jacksonville JU, the midshipmen will be n .t YkB M 5 t' .M u
Tracy K Loftis of 190 commissioned as Ensigns,
Capella Drive in Orange Park United States Navy, or Second
and Phillip D. Anderson of 541 Lieutenants, United States A WORLD OF OPPOSITES-Iceland Is famous for being a world of opposites. Commonly called
Osbourn Avenue in Mayport. Marine Corps, depending upon "The Land of Fire and Ice", this unique picture shows another reason why the small island in the
Others receiving scholarshipsare the Naval Science program they North Atlantic is a land of opposing forces. In the foreground are two Antonov-22 Soviet transport I
: Phillip E. Curry, Jr. from elect to complete.The military aircraft that recently stopped at Keflavik International Airport. Squadron: Forty-Nine '
Liverpool, N.Y., William 0. scholarship winners were presently deployed to Keflavik,is the contributor of this unusual I photo.

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Jax-Many people .have observed Hospital. The drivers are
a sty rlge''Iooktng'vehicle Hospital Corpsmen who are
cruising around the base. It looks graduates of the Jacksonville r;
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provides all Jhe) emergency come roaring down the road,
ambulance service for the sirens blaring and lights
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Major breakthrough month

I EDUCATION CORNERJaxAlong ,

in academic training for Navy personnel

CHINFO--A major enrollment at the school under the Chief of Naval
Military Personnel with the rest of the occurred after January 31, 1955. breakthrough in academic without a student residency Education Training and Support ,
Department, For the of deter- for knownas .
the Educational purposes training Navy people, requirement.The (CNETS) 1
moved last Services Office mining eligibility, active duty the "Navy Campus for non-residency feature was When the program has been !
week from
Building time does not include those Achievement" (NFCA), was developed especially for Navy fully implemented, about 130 :
200 to Room
220
tried Building 500. If periods in which the individual launched March 15 by the Chiefof people, because they seldom geta advisors will be located at 1
you to reach them last was ((1)) attending the U.S. Naval Naval Education and Trainingin chance to stay in one location various cities and ports around It
Tuesday through Thursday andcouldn't Academy, ((2)) Serving on active Pensacola.The long enough to complete a full the world which have heavy ,
try again. They don't duty for training as a reserve wide-ranging programwill academic program or earn a Navy populations.The role of the
have phones yet, but a little gas, and ((3)) assigned to a civilian allow Navy men and womento degree. advisors will be to help applicants -
or better yet, foot power, will get school by the Armed Forces on a pursue off-duty academic Under NCFA, one could finish for NCFA identify and
you really individual attention. full time basis in which the courses in a manner that is high school, train in a technicalor tabulate their credits, establish
FJC COUNSELING curriculum studied was perhaps the most comprehensive vocational skill or earn a eligibilities and complete
REGISTRATIONFlorida basically the same as that of. educational opportunity ever baccalaureate degree. Under the registration arrangements with
Junior College (FJC) fered to civilians. Examples are: offered by the Navy. Navy agreement with the NCFA a school.
will have counselors at the ESOon NESEP, NROTC, Naval Aca A' unique feature of the colleges, a substantial portion ofa The seven schools which have
April 15 and 16, with demy, etc.Personnel. program is that Navy people of school's academic already signed agreements with
registration taking place on the on active duty earn all grades, may earn academic requirements for a degree could the Navy to participate in NCFAare
18th. Remember, FJC requiresthat educational assistance at the credits from a civilian school for come from the individual's : Tidewater Community ?
all. new students talk to an rate of one and a half months of completed correspondencecourses service schooling or other prior College, Portsmouth, Va.;
FJC counselor prior to assistance for each month of and Navy school educational experience. Chapman College, Orange,
registration, so don't let those active duty. The maximum training, as well as for skills The "Navy Campus For Calif; San Diego Community .
dates slip by! entitlement is 36 months of full- acquired and developed while on Achievement" is directed by College, the University of San
4r PATRICIA STEVENS time study Active duty per- active duty.A CNET and a network of Diego and United States In-
J WORKSHOPRepresentatives sonnel attending school under total of seven colleges or professional education advisors ternational University, San
;, of the this act receive a pro-rated universities have already agreedto Navy-employed civilian Diego; and Pensacola Junior I. .
'\\i Patricia Stevens school will give amount of financial assistance accredit such training experience education specialists who have College and the University of ,
I a free self-improvement based on whether full-time or on an individual case already been placed in San West Florida, both in Pensacola. :"
F workshop, open to all female part-time study is undertaken. basis, and to provide continuous Diego, Pensacola and Norfolk
personnel and dependents at 2 When an individual applies for J
p.m. on Tuesday, April 4, in the a "program" he should set his
lounge of Barracks 6A. sights high, as only one program .s t; S t
G.I. BILL (Public Law 89-358)) change is permitted. For c.L b'ee c.e ...1 La ... Blending' Boulevard'
The Veterans Readjustment example, if the person has onlya House of -Quality Foods Cedar Hills Phone Shopping 771!.9223 Center .
Benefits Act of 1966 (Cold War high school education and .I
G.I.Bill") was signed into law by wants to take one or two, three-
the President on March 3, 1966. semester hour courses, he should Every Friday Night is Family Night .
Designed primarily for the probably state his "program" or
veteran, it offers certain objective as the bachelor's
educational benefits to military degree.In Your choice ofCHOPPEDSTEAKorCHICKEN&
personnel on active duty. order to receive educational DUMPLINGSplus I19
Eligibility: In order to be benefit from the Veterans Ad- any 2 vegetables, bread butter
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Separation Codes are eliminatedJaxThe


Secretary of Defense Code (Item 10)) of DD Form 214N ministration (VA) and Selective KITCHEN

has directed that as of March 17, will not be included on any copy Service System (SSS) will

1974 the following changes will be provided to the individual at his likewise not include the information -

made on DD Form 214N (Report or her separation-discharge. The but will include a of Torrance's Kitchen is cinnamon
One of the favorite recipes buns
of Separation from Active Duty) : spaces will now be completely narrative reason for the .
made with yeast. Since the dough must rise twice, this is one recipe
The Separation Codes, Reason filled with dashes on all copies.All discharge in the remarks sectionof reserved for weekends. We use a recipe for yeast rolls
is usually
and Authority for DischargeItem copies of DD Form 214N the copy of the form that they that
that
and then dress it up with the added ingredients give cinnamonbuns
( and Reenlistment receive.At .
9C) provided to the Veterans Ad-
the time of separation the their delicious taste and aroma.

.... ._ that Yeast Rolls
rr rr w rr sr.r rer sr. rw r.t individual will be counseled

.ilnEt JOHNJwT'lKS.t w r..r.r tar s.n s.rtw IQOQ n r rr innji ... rw-=_ .. JJ- he may be provided a reason for 1 package active dry yeast
NAVY narrative V4 warm water (about 110 F.) ,
.. ... discharge in the same cup "
rw.w rwws rusww. wssw rer ss.r rra .w.w.n r sr r r sw w..w www.
r .w form as that furnished to the VA 1 cup milk, scalded .: ,tt1't'' ftV4 :
.. srWr,. n ZIP-JOINT t TO' bfeJCTCT nltQt and SSS is he so desires. A cup oleo S S ..' I

separate document, locally V4 cup sugar
sw.rw :.nr
nr rw s
devised, may be utilized for this 1 teaspoon salt
..
------------------- -- PF-PI purpose. 1 egg
.... .. HflN P all flour
e rw rr..w r rw.rr .a .r w wr.rr. Procedures are presently 4 cups purpose

,a --T. ETC,....r r..w.w rr.w sa.w..w... A.ar r r being established to provide, on Dissolve yeast in water. Mix milk, oleo, sugar and salt in a large
request of individuals already mixing bowl.Cool to lukewarm.Stir in egg and yeast. Add 2 cups flour

......M.. .warn rrv r ..wuss....-.wr ts.ww.r .a separated, a revised copy of his and beat until smooth.Gradually stir in remaining flour.
.. rr r- wr rwNrrri. original DD 214N in accordancewith Turn dough out onto lightly floured surface and knead until dough is
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r r ....".':. r .. ..
wwa M w. r..w- Y bowl and turn to
: .. Separating activities will still Place in lightly greased over once grease upper
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.... ----.... continue to record authority, side of dough. Cover and let rise in a warm place (80 degrees to 85

.. -r wa--erw rs. ..- fa war rrw r/r.--sr rwa wr.swssr.ru--srwsw.MrY separation and reenlistmentcodes degrees F.) until double in bulk, 1 to IVi hours. Press the dough down

..00- on the service record copy into the bowl to remove air bubbles.
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wwrw.r. 0-0- ..-... of DD Form 214N (remarks For yeast rolls, divide dough into small pieces and roll into balls

-0- section of copy number 2)) and about 1V& inches in diameter. Place in a shallow greased pan with
.. ..... .....
r.r..r. rsra rra s..r.r r rr.r rwsw .r.r sides.
the daily diary. Authority, sides touching or 1 inch apart if you prefer crusty

separation and reenlistment Cover loosely and let rise in a warm place until double in size, 45

w codes will continue to be minutes to 1 hour.

recorded on NAVPERS 624 of the Bake at 400 percent F. (hot oven) 15 to 20 minutes. Brush with

Enlisted Service Record. melted butter or oleo after removing them from the oven.

These changes in procedureare For cinnamon buns, roll dough out on lightly floured surface into a

.. ,t ... expected to cause administrative rectangle about %.Inch thick. Spread on % cup melted oleo and
...,
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5 R' '"". -; -. and other problems. sprinkle with a mixture of V4 cup sugar and 2 teaspoons cinnamon.
,
r. -- : ;I. However, it is imperative that Press /4 cup chopped pecans and 1 cup raisins into dough. Roll into

t; these new procedures be implemented roll similar to jelly roll;seal edge. Cut into % inch slices. Place, cut

( as soon as posible so side down,on greased baking pan. Let rise 45 minutes to 1 hour, bakeat

w r.r rr.w.....s..r.w that problems can be resolved 400 degrees F. 15 to 20 minutes.
irr-
q-r.r rus w.errww r wr w-wwr sw
quickly. Cinnamon buns may be eaten plain or iced with confectioners icing

f --sar r wu r rwrr- ...srrwr r-rrww..- Detailed implementing instruction made by mixing two cups sifted confectioners sugar with enough
I. 'rEDO ) is expected to follow as milk to make it of spreading consistency.
soon as possible.
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I Sailor of the Year I



competition underwayJax wx'I r (ya

-The screening has Recruiting Commandsare ; I

begun for the fiscal year eligible.
1974 "Sailor of the Year"
nominees according to Each "Sailor of the

BUPERS.As Year" will be .
in last year's meritoriously promoted to d <

program, three individuals the next higher grade, M14AS IIA
will ultimatelybe provided he or she meets S s
selected, one each from the minimum time in rate i
the Pacific and Atlantic and length of service
Fleets and one from the requirements. Selecteeswill
Navy Shore Establish- receive other benefitsas
ment. well, and will be afforded -

The program is open to the opportunity to ..
all active duty Navy men serve as assistant to his or :, 4' ""'''t
and women in petty officer her respective Fleet ".,,. 4
grades third through Master Chief Petty Officer t ''

first class. Recruiter or in the case-of the \. .
canvassers are excluded Shore Sailor of the Year, a 1lrr ..._._ -
because they are eligiblefor year's duty with either the BAD CHECK PREVENTION-Hancock Hall has taken steps to cut down on the amount of bad
a separate "Recruiterof MCPON or the Master checks passed at It's facilities with the installation of several fingerprint machines. Each patron is
the Year" program. Chief Petty Officer of the asked to press his thumb In a stamped box on the back of his or her check.The check is then insertedin
However, support per- Naval Education and the machine and the latent image on the paper is made visable. Hancock Hall has had as much as
sonnel of the NavyJax's Training Command. $500.00 worth of bad checks passed there in one month.Their bad check list is three typed pages long.

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Greatest The competition periodfor
this year's awards
FURNITURE ends May 1. Further
Values! details on the Sailor of the

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,, Conference held NARF I


11.-h Jax engineering with datato
I -Information systems personnel
g ___ developed by a Navy accurately phase aircraft
: management team are making it maintenance requirements.
possible for all)) naval air rework
It II facilities to adopt uniform The team is made up of
w j standards in many aspects of management personnel from all))
methods management. the Navy's rework facilities,
wyt 1. I r'eN : h 1,
eel : The NAVAIR Workload officials of the Naval Air

*+ +' wV I Control System, which meets Systems Command, representatives -
several times a year to study of the Management
common problems relating to Systems Development Office and
data: control, recently completeda personnel attached to the Naval
two-week conference at NARF Avionics Facility, Indianapolis.
Jax, under the direction of LCdr.
w t R.K. Blackner,
Management
In its ten-year period of
Services Officer and
Comp. the team has
operation
r p4 c, I/ troller.
I t r.tse developed dozens of automatic
Major projects under
con data systems now used in all))
sideration at this conference
NARFs.
involved improved methods for
ar
furnishing computerized data to r
production officials. These included The joint effort has resulted in
x rye a standard approach for a substantial savings of
__n__, '" ; documenting aircraft assembly resources normally required to
DUTCH VISIT DISNEY-While line operation and an improved develope the programs at individual
on a detachment to NAS Jacksonville, crewmembers from the
Royal Netherlands 321 Squadron were able to visit the Magic Kingdom where they had this picture method for providing commands.
taken with some residents of that enchanted land. Hosted by the Dragons of VP-56, the Dutch were
involved in an excercise called operation Safe Pass while in the Jacksonville area. VP.56 had sent .
several detachments to Vaalkenburg, Holland during their 1973 deployment to Kef lavik, Iceland, and : "t: :"":"'r'Wft' :,* :::::".m? :: : '
had been shown the sights of Amsterdam by the 321 Squadron. The Dutch went home with fond 1
memories of their trip to Jacksonville, certain that their hospitality had been returned. (Photo R&S TEXACO 1&

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different items at Navy Ex. juvenile furniture.The NRSO points out that, despitethe Ed about our FREE LUBE!
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10 JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER I
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I Chief Malloy combines twoJax divergent- luestyles I

presented a request to allow my QUESTION: In theater, you
The Chief A veteran of 24 his acting displays a sound must work with
Navy Petty Navy years, hair to grow for a historical partI many young
Officer is often portrayed as a Master Chief Aviation Anti. professionalism, replete with the had. I might add, by the way, poeple. Has this helped your
man you would trust with your Submarine Warfare Operator mature self-confidence of a that the requested length would rapport with the younger peoplein
life; a crusty, rollicking, bumptious Malloy has been pursuing the veteran performer. While innate now be in keeping with present- HS-1?
creature who can instruct, theater as a hobby since 1961 talent is always a vital haircut regulations. AWCM MALLOY: I am almost
con, sway, influence and save and has managed to combine the ingredient in the performingarts However day ,after some opposition 42 years old and have reared a
both officers and enlisted per- two divergent attitudes into a Chief Malloy has honed l his and a lot of red tape-my skipper son of my own. By now, I hope I
sonnel from doom. successful and basic abilities by attending a
professional rewarding approved the chit. have gained some insight into the
lifestyle. He has played leadingor series of workshops and study
But what happens when these
his different duty
supporting roles in over 30 groups at
tough-as-leather characteristicsare plays throughout the country, stations.
tempered with the sensitivityof the other side of the
while also managing to pursue a Looking at
an actor? Many people claim highly successful naval career. Chief, this professional Navy
the two sides cannot co-exist in
attained the highest
Hs leading roles include "The man has
the Navy Chief Petty Officer. Butthey're Lion in Winter," "Becket," "Owl enlisted rank through his
wrong, as proven by the and the Pussy Cat," "Man for all professional ability, knowledge,
two of AWCM JohnT.
professions Seasons' and most recently, and expertise. Currently the
.
Malloy of Helicopter Anti- "Streetcar Named Desire"in the Senior Enlisted Advisor at HS-1,
Submarine Squadron ONE, Jacksonville area. the Chief successfully combineshis
home-based here at NAS
Jacksonville. After 13 years of experience, years of naval experiencewith
an actor's sensitivity : T'1
towards people to perform his :
vital "people oriented" function
I _
T within the squadron.
Filled with sea stories and
SHERRY CHILDERS backstage tales, Chief Malloy r
answers the following questionsto
Country-Western show just how his two
I lifestyles merge into one very
8:30: pm til 1:30: am fascinating and effective Master
I Chief
ice; Cocktail Hour 5-7 pm

.. QUESTION: Are there con-
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SPECIAL RATES per person leader and being an actor?
$600 double occupancy
FOR SERVICEMEN
AWCM MALLOY: No. I have
Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge Dine at Biter's Seafood discussed acting with my peers
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic and the time it takes and its
Pool, Free Undercover ,
Swimming Parking
influence on my thinking, but no
one has shown any resentment.
JAEKSOimil Most of my superiors have
flIP seemed to feel that I am servinga

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WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL POINTS OF INTEREST
I remember I
years ago, ..

IN ACTING ROLE.-AWCM
Malloy rehearses the lead in

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I to make one rewarding and exciting way of life I


philosophies and attitudes of QUESTION: Has acting made it works both ways. I hope I mayors, congressmen, senators, AWCM MALLOY: Definitely!
you aware of the
civilian contribute
to the
society something
younger people. governors and heads of cor Involvement with people,
Through the as
opposed to civilian
theater,however, I do work with friends and activities only military community's understanding porations. Many patrons want to learning how people react and
?
about the
military. I know their actors or theater think, and playing roles of great
many
young people, most of AWCM don't
MALLOY limit
associations
: Being my to At the parties held leaders of the
whom are college group. on past is an endless
students.
associated "with people with actors, theater patrons are a big
opening night, or after learning That
Through a successful process. helps me
our many hours of diverse
ideas can't help but part of the acting profession, too.
working together, and talking influence close of the play, lots of in my job as the HS-1 Senior
my thinking. However Many of these
patrons are
discussions Enlisted Advisor and
backstage, we exchange among people springup. my positionas
many
ideas and reveal some JIIIII Lots of people have many a Master Chief Petty Officer
private and deep beliefs. I have very questions about the military,as I Chief Malloy is living
listened, and I hope I have do about their professions, so it'sa testimony that t two seemingly
learned. I may not always agree give and take situation. divergent lifestyles can be
with these beliefs,but I feel that I QUESTION: Has acting successfully combined into one
can at least approach an understanding ..:. !.. .. helped you in your role as a extremely rewarding and exciting -
;; r
; aL leader? of life.
of '. way
some of the more
radical ideas. Some ------------- --.
of the people r
involved in theater are anti-
military or pacificists. I see tTS
much apathy in today's young, LeLGAC.put
perhaps not without cause; it
seems often to be a result of .
these very trying times. I have t4
also directed plays, you know,
and through this position you try YIN
to bring out a person's soul. You 7 11.. R W ...
a jingle
dig deep to bring out the person's
inside so he will become one with ENLISTED ADVISOR ROLE-PR3 Purinton receives some
the character he is playing. The deck.sound advice from Chief Malloy as they chat on the squadron's hangar

knowledge gained about people -
their fears, beliefs,and hopes is
virtually unlimited for me.
QUESTION: Has the Navy Inyourdufflebag.
.
influenced your acting and the GUITAR PLAYERS
roles you play?
AWCM MALLOY: I have STUDIO '
traveled extensively, due to my
profession. After entering a '
foreign port, I would catch a bus I '* GUITARS
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and travel until I had covered the c AMPLIFIERSic fl-
entire route. I would then walk _4'
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I I I IfIRAI ln n IIIII! .IlLII:: J WI"11I '-J J1">>u.w M JJJ: $I PMf -- yo'-
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See Page 14

L for related story and pictures NO DOUBT ABOUT IT-Dukesmellsdopeand he makes sure that the officer in charge of the K-?
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Jax-There are certain thingsin 1
L: L- i' --1r----- life that are a sure thing. The
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sun will come up in the morning.
a Taxes will rise almost as daily.
( I Jacksonville girls won't like
I't t IL sailors too much, and, if you Q I3Rx
smoke dope in the barracks, or
'r hold dope in the barracks, you'll
-iii ':;;it': ?, get busted.No .
moral question involved.
: 'j No right or wrong. No "three s
Y te. .' t, martini's verses one number"
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Do it and you'll get busted. ,You
don't have to like it, you just
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The Navy doesn't like dope and
the Navy doesn'like dopers and
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siderable time and money into w & r

-"" "i seeing that 6G and 7F and the
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BUSTED.Duke's got the dope under his paw, and a 66 resident hasa "Reefer Madness."
big headache on his hands. A possession charge has been known to Dogs, gentlemen. Big, mean
II bring down on the accused anything ,from restriction to base to a less looking dogs with a sense of < i -
than honorable discharge.EVIDENCEMAI smell that would shame Rin Tin 4 ,'
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three times a month any time of
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Hell, you could probably drop
Y' FKa your lid in five gallons of
e gasoline and those big, mean
F f looking dogs would snif it out.
Don't bother moving your
stash to you car either, it's even
easier to find there.

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Canine Branch of the rounds. Parking lots, barracks,
Jax-The
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",'""'''' .",", "'", ;" more than just look for pot Navy Exchange all come under
.;,' '_ ,< .. smokers. They also patrol the their careful scrutiny.The .
; i. entire base in an attempt to dogs are quite capable of
w. lessen the amount of theft and disarming an individual and the
pilfering on board. handlers have been instructed to
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to Mr. Foster, NIMNICHT
person
I CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat 3BR. 3BA. MOBILE HOME "R"(111( Min.)Jon Voight,

Avenue. SINGER 12X70, set.up In Park, 15 Min. from E.J. Peaker.

AUTOMATIC ZIGZAG NAS, Small equity, transfer fees,
GREAT JOB Cabinet model used as demo. Only. $108.91 per mo. 268.2523.

Earn $50-175 per wk., working part. Makes buttonholes, sews on buttons Sunday Mar. 31 When you CAR enoughto

time calling on single girls. Earn Sews knits, etc. LET YOUR RENT "JOE KIDD" Western "PG" drive the very best,
more with Incentive plan. Must be ONLY $$47.2 BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT
See.
..
Sharp! Phone 7213600. Cash or Terms. 10 day home trial. DEPOSITREQUIRED ((88 Min.) Clint Eastwood, John

H & N SEWING & APPL. CTR. SUMIT MOBILE HOMES Saxon. BUZARD

7271 103rd St., Block W. of 1.295. 5210 Phillips, Highway,733.9422
SERVICEMANInside Open til 9:00: P.M. 7711850. BRING THIS AD FOR $100.OFFWE MOTORS
sales, part-tlme weekdays &
Sat., Earn extra $$$, $2.00 hr. to start. RCA COLOR T.V. Monday April 1
BUY AND SELL
Apply at 1506 Prudential Dr. 18" diagonal screen, portable. All GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES "WILLIE DYNAMITE" 2144 BLANDING BLVD.
channels. UHF 8. VHF, sold new for PHONE 387-0551
Drama "R"
. $329. Now Phone 388.4619 (102 Min.) Roscoe
only $179. Cash or
WORKINOMANACERMust Payments. $4.00 wk. Hurry for this Orman, Diana Sands. I

have good mechanical ability. Buy.H I| TRANSPORTATIONWANTED ":.1

Starting salary over $10,000 plus profit 81 N SEWING APPL.CTR..

sharing. Fast growing corporation.Write 7271 103rd St., 1-Block W. of 1295. SPRUCE UP FOR SPRING
P.O. Box 14021, Jax., Fla. 32210. Open til 9:00: P.M. 7711850. USED MOTORCYCLES WITH DECORATE COLORS UNDER FOOTMOORE'S

Any shape, size, year, model or
MOBILE HOME PARK MANAGER 22,500 BTU WHIRLPOOL AC condition. 3870551. LATEX FLOOR & PATIO FINISH

Large Mobile Home Corp. Is looking Like new, also track stereo setup,
for a couple to manage a park In' North complete w-amphlifier & speakers. 1973 FORD FOOO ragac s Fast Drying Epoxy Modified Latex _

Florida. Excellent opportunity In 771-3253 With Georgia Rambler camper. Call FlOOR and Coating

benefits for right couple To arrangefor GARAGESALE 784-1192. PATIO finis" I Soap & Water Cleanup

an Interview please call 7710275. 6889 Tom Thumb Drive. March 30th & i Provides Color, Beauty & Protectionfor 290
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Concrete Floors
.
31st. Cedar Hills.REAL
1971 Pinto, 2DR., straight-stick gas o 8 Popular Colors Plus White
ATTN.RETIRED PERSONNEL
saver, new.paint. $1195. 388.6422.
Salesman wanted to sell chemical line I ESTATE I

locally Generous commission. Must BANKREPOS WALLCOVERS
INC.
have car. Full time only. Call for TRAILER LOTS WITH-ACREAG-E '73 Honda Civic l I

appointment 2682323. Two, up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile '72 Toyota Corona
radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to
Call 784-1192. GRANT PLAZA at103rd ST. PHONE 771.1516
AIRCRAFT WORKERSAll $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far BANKAMERICARD-MASTER CHARGE Welcome

type aircraft experience con. below near-future values. Call Tony NO CASH NEEDED

sidered. Immediate openings. Interviews George, 389-5514, Eve. 771-1974. 1969 Chevrolet, financing arranged

from 8:00 A.M.-4:00: P.M. WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA ,$595. or low mo. pymts. 388.6422. -
Realtors Specialist/ r '
Mon.-Frh .aV
CORPORATION OAKHILL PARK '69MALIBU-20R., HT r-'d

Lake City Airport 3BR., 2BA., fncd. yd., Sty & refrlg., speed, 307 loaded, $1175., call 778-

Lake City, Fla. Ph. 17S27911.An carpet & drapes, near bases. Equity 1494. WORLD'S BEST

Equal Opportunity Employer 7718747. NO CASH DOWN

GETTING WE BUY EQUITIES 1947 Camaro, 327 cu.in., Auto. Trans. 4 TIRE BUY! /
READY TO RETIRE
Louise T. Bailey
low mo. pymts. Call 3580881
Or Just Getting Out?? 7713405NEWCHALETHOME
Broker
Why not investigate a new career with MERCURY COUGAR I ...according to a

the oldest, largest, and most Like new condition, All power equipt.,
3BR., 2BA., Carpeted, CH&A, 1 acre
respected security company In the AC, low mileage, $2,000. 3883013. leading national
world Full time positions are on St. Johns River $45,000 with good

available as security officers, with terms. 284.9247. 1955 GMC

opportunities for advancement. All V-8 Auto. No cash needed. Low mo. consumer magazine. ,
uniforms and equipment furnished. FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS Pymts. Call 358-0881,

Free life Insurance, Paid vacationsand CONTACTJoe
THE
profit sharing to those who Roplak (RET. NAVY) Realtor I NEED COLLEGE TUITION I BRIDGESTONE170V 1

Associate Representing '71 Mazda, Red, AC, 4-Spd. Sta. Wg.,

qualify APPLY PINKERTON'SOF FLA. Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors Clean, 244-4777. ii4 6 Ply Puncture Penetration Protection
OFFICE: 771-8034 RES 781. 7715
4040 Woodcock Dr., Suite 108 '67 VW 50,000 MILE
3 Steel Belts
Phone 391-7317 NEWHOMES10MIN.NASMandarin AC, radial tires, fresh.paint-sky blue, Ply GUARANTEEPriced

Equal Opportunity EmployerMISCELLANEOUS Meadows South, St. Johns $750., 282-4248 aft. 6 P.M.'or 782-5314.

Co. Beautiful 3 & 4 BR. Brick Homeson iii4 3 Fabric Radial Plys -
i I IA
Lg. shaded lots. Priced with you In '65 CADILLAC FLEETWOODNew : : :

recorded by mind. Mid.$40's. Conv. Terms. Insp. Sticker, New brakes, 14. / as low as

message ADAIR REALTY REALTOR,771.5177 mpg., Full power $750., 772-7473.
SCOTT EDWARDS

Tells you how to be a VA
USE YOUR
DISC JOCKEYCall Block Fenced. Wired /
3BR. Concrete $3J18
355-2944 any hour. Approved for
81 refrigerator.
veterans. Columbia School of for dryer. Plus range

Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not $15,500. REALTOR 389-3549 44
VANSANDT.
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by _

home study. SUMMER CABINSIN Plu$1.57F.E.T.

THE SMOKIESNear .SIZE 155SR12 ,

LIVE CRABSWilford'S Fish Camp Cherokee & Bryson City, N.C. ii4 ,:____ ; r
Paved Roads, Good Water, Beautiful
_ 264-9707
Scenery. For Permanent or Summer

AUTO Homes. Jax. Beach, Phone 246.8383 or 165SR13 38,26 165SR15 41,55
AIR
CONDo SERVICE
BRYSON City, N.C. Phone 488-2714
Also home Central units & window 185SR13 39,77 205SR15 52,40

AC, Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 3885161.
BEINGTRANSFERREDTPrivate yk 175SRI4 41.06 215SRI5 57.17t4
party Is Interested In buying
225SR15 66.13
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER houses In Cedar Hills area. 7717052. 185SR14 41,86

Responsible party take up paymentsof IACRELOTSONST.JOHNSRIVER 2Q5SR14 51,15 1 PIIs,.n.1 U II f.un
4437
$7.00 per month. Rayfleld's

.Wilson_ Blvd., 772-8934.
Also Rivervlew lots, 24 MI. S. of NAS, PasstngirTIrt Guarantttmt '

NEARLY NEW $7,000 $12,000, owner will hold Mortg. 5rhl 44 S C."liIted ass'' t all real ki/xdt tut tftt Mi' it m snlaal!trtri.11 tirll It's.tIe"..it Mr /
;
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT 2849247. totes rtum it.'trtt w if ptjce it.Oartmt mj hrlM tread. Bears a pi rata harsh toe
Complete layout, all or any part of, FOSHEEREALTY nrrtit price his t tCiirmtiil In
M+5478 or 244-8383. equity, none
Immediate cash for your '
too small. S ifiMtl win nut'lor i'IIf'CIII"III"' ", '" tI l"min.If dud ware Ml' n!tins tvht ftwN
or
UPHOLSTERY too large Broker ripfKl it.Christ'lit iwdjf' ised MI pi(' rata stai it'Me cancel pict.phs tn.CimmrrciiitihiclmtcMcl .
Of all kinds, furn., car seats, boat 388-15811 '

tops, dreperles-Interior decorating, : f
RENTALS
reasonably done because no overhead, I E

35H991 Eve. Retired Navy Man. PARK t :
ORANGE "
'
''El
unfur", Dish'
NEW ZIG-ZAG SEWING MACHINEJust 2BR, Apts. 'Fur"Carpets. or Elizabetht. \ ,
Drepn
out of layaway. Someone to Apts"771.1405 washer or 7713355. ,
assume pymts. $48 Cash or $9.20 mo.Call '
If thinking paints the path to under
3895591. __ LARGE 3BR. HOME
furn.w.Washer.3menony. standing, Darlene Jones of Fort Walton

JEANS DANCE PROFESSIONAL ACADEMY $225.Compl.Water 8. Garbage Pd. 786.7915. Beach, Florida seems to be getting it __ _

westconnett at 103rd & Orange Park. TRAILER LOT together. Take a lip from Darlene-

Bellalr civic Bldg., Ballet Tap Toe 8 Septic tank, South, of Orange ha)ty,,uniie decisions may cost you
Jazz, Hula & Well after ..
Baton
Tahitian 282.5908
Acrobatics. Register Now, 771-2521. park, one third acre, in the long run. .'_ --.......-. ..............--.....-.-.....-.. -_. .-..- -- -. _..-
7.71.5444. 778-3455. S. Adults. 4:00: P.M.:
: Children_ .. : l



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'..'-.'.-'.,'.-'-.',.'.................................. ........ .,.......vv...........................................................................,..............................................,.. ..............................''.'.::',.:'wf 786-9395 3 condition.RUGS with Dishwasher pads, perfect works

THE. Flee-T MARKET I Three way MAGNAVOX TV perfectly. Air conditioners
needs Fixing, Good'Cond $50.00 23,000; 5,000; 5,000; All cool fine.

FREE PERSONAL WANT.SERVICE Call 771-1989 Chllds Super Wheel 264.2085
for Military and Civilian Employees of NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field $5.00$ Call 771.1989TRANSMISSION

w: .-----..-----._---------------- For Sale 67 MG 1100 SEDAN
, I COOLER, Fits Cheap Transportation Needs
I FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM Pass Car or Truck. $25.00 772-2591 Clutch Work Call 264-0018
'
I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) AnytimeFor
68 PICKUP F-100 V2 TON-One

1.A I 1. Owner, With Covered Back $1100 Sale: Two Herculon Three
M 70 Kingswood Estate 9 Pass Postlon RECLINER CHAIRS In
I Wagon Loaded Low Mileage Seafoam Tweed. Will Sell

I $1700 264.7197 Separately or Pair. Asking $75.00

-I -1 Each 771-5922
Spacious HOME; Nine double lot

I TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW. I with attached rental Income GUITAR Kasuga, made by
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. I apartment. Murray Hills $30,000 Martin. Model KF-840 with case.
I I Call LCdr. Stover 772-3584 or 389- $135.00 Extra nice. Phone 751.0628

I 6977 after 4:15: & all day weekends.

: I Name Office or activity to which assignedI I 1 Bedroom MOBILE HOME on 2 24' TROJAN CABIN CRUISER.

beautiful landscaped woodedlots Recently Rebuilt Eng.and Trans.

at Halfmoom Lake 10 miles Teak Decks, Galley Head. Sleeps
I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature r East of Silver Springs on Highway Four, Excellent Condition

I I 40. $8000. 7718343I throughout 264-8974
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all Information requested, Ie: Full
I military or civilian:/ employee personnel assigned to name(typed or printed) of person submitting and
., I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate office or activity B I have 8 different designed. One 25' TROJAN CABIN CRUISER
to which he Is assigned and office telephone. Thisinformation Solid Silver for Sale.
I 2. Free advertising in the ;Vlee-T MARKET" ounce Ingots Gal. Stand UpHD.StoveSleep 4,
will be limited to; Offers to buy sell or rent housing Is for authentication only and your ad I Collector's Items. Priced to Sell Very Clean. Seen at Grahams
should be worded Independently of this Information.
I
for personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell 1 $8-9 each Call.388.1196 Slip 118 $3500.00 781.5508 after
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to
5. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In 5PM
and from work; announcements of educational
I the following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads
courses offered by non-profit organizations or 1972 COROLLA TOYOTA, Yellow
arriving after that date will be placed In the
governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted following week's edition. Ads will be run only one 2 Door Hard Top. Auto, Radio 1972 HARLEY DAVIDSON
only it the words "PCS" (for military), or Assume Payments $60.00 Equity Dresser Parts for sale trade,
I time, unless resubmitted as prescribed above. or
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the 0 '
400.00 Good Gas Phone contact Fern PH 2 Cecil Ext
I Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the Milage 348
,. No phone calls will be accepted regardingcompanif'd 0
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when ac 772.1352I
I by the word "Free", "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR ..........
NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide
I 3. All ads must be,typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I DINING SET, Spanish 781.9093 Between Bases-HOUSE 3BR,
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed I .......... 2BA, Den, Garage, Shag, Kit
in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No Corner
Lot VvFencedBkYd
1 HONDA CR250M "EJslnore"Slightly Equipped,
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I
I accepted. Used-Never Been Raced Walk to schools-assume
I ./. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T I 786-8291 Ext 524 at Cecil Field 5% PCT. or Refinance $26,000
MARKET" Editor, c-0 JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 1, 1. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I .......... Call 771-1543
NAS Jacksonville. Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above I
Two 9'x12' Olive
Green 100 PCT.
OR Requirements, will be rejected. The publisher
I "Flee-T MARKET" Editor, CO AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I Wool RUGS with pads Excellent 38 S&W (Nickel) Heavy Duty
1 111 NAS. Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These forms I I Condition $100.00 264-1967' with Gear. Call 384.6856 after 1800
.... ,
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1971 Elcona MOBILE HOME 1959 T-BIRD Convertible, Good garage, carpet; builtins, central For Sale: 1970 PLY. "New" Craig Model 3123 Auto 8

12x60 Central Heat and Air $100. Engine, New Battery, Tags, and air,- Ideally located for NAS and ROADRUNNER, 2Dr., H.T., 383, TRACK TAPE PLAYER with 2-
and assume $120 per month 1969 Current Inspection Sticker. Cecil 778-2346 PCS Orders 2brl, A.T., Met. Green $1,495 5" Speakers $50.00 Campbell 771-

TRIUMPH custom motorcycle $250.00 or best offer, Call 771-3839 ..........- Call 772.3195 or 772-3837 3211 ext 676, 398.3736 after 5pm
$1100 Call Martin 786-2536 or Ext 144 For Sale 10" Radial ARM SAW .......... and weekends. -
..........
with Stand. Used Approx 8 hrs. 3 Bedroom.1971 MOBILE HOMEfor
10'x4' VW CAMPER top carrier, 1973 VENTURA, 350, 2brl, 3spd, $185.00 Ph 771-4351 Sale. $300 assume low balance For Sale: 1963 PLYMOUTH
$110, phone 778.1494 12,000 miles, Power Disc brakes, 387-3734 after 6pm weekdays BELVEDERE Good Condition

AC, Excellent Condition Phone Must Sell: Black Leatherette Anytime WeekendsFor $150.00 Call 264-7658 .
Sears Best Six Inch FOAM 778-0130 Must Sell COUCH, 2 weeks old, excellent

RUBBER MATTRESS, Box condition, Inside TV ANTENNA,
Springs and Walnut Finish Bolt on performance for 1900 cc almost new $6.00 Call 772-1320 Sale: TOW BAR that Fits on Maytag Apartment Size

Headboard Good Condition $50.00 Opels Complete GT EXHAUST after 6 p.m. any vehicle. Excellent Condition, WASHER, Avocado Green,

771-0286 SYSTEM. Can be used as singleor $60.00 Sullivan 722-3558 duringthe Excellent Condition, Almost

dual exhaust. $20.00 772.2195 10x52 MOBILE HOME with 10x40 day New! Was $206 New, Must
Singer Silverglide VACUUM plus Room Addition. 24,000 BTU AC, Sacrifice for only $145 Moving I
attachments new $35. phone Executive Brick HOME, four Carpets, Drapes, TV Antenna, 778-1399
778-1494 bedrooms, den, fireplace double Shed Setup $3895 or Best Offer
For Sale: 30 in. Ward's SignatureGAS \

RANGE. Good Condition.Call .
Thirty Inch TOPPER for Short
778-2559 or see at 7317
Wheel Base Wide Bed
Pickup,
Ridgeway Rd. N. Jacksonville
Insulated, Paneled, Lights, and
Top Vent $300.00 ADJC Vernettl
772-3195

Unlvox I D"y n a m I c

....,' } MICROPHONE, Dual Im-
: ':. MQME pedance (DF-614)) Complete with 1969 COUGAR 2dfi ht. 351CID 3

Wj Boom Stand $45 772.1758 speed, needs Batt.. Some Elec.

Rewiring, Some body work,
Good Mech, Condition, $500.00 or
1971 CHALLENGER and 1973 best offer 772-2686 Sizemore

PLYMOUTH DUSTER with 6cyl.

Need to Sell. Call David at 264- ..........
9785 30' HOUSEBOAT with Twin 120
HP Mercrulser I-O Well

Wanted: CHILDS DESK, Chair, Equipped and Excellent Condition .
Bookcase and Toy Box 264.1825 $7,500 772.1758
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NEWEST CONCEPT

1 IN APARTMENT LIVING

1 12 3 BEDROOM 1 AND 2 BATHS '

Spacious rooms, wide windows, KIA s14r
central heat & air cond. Private
patios, sundecks, swimming pool _
and party room.

JACKSON 264.8102 I

1800 KINGSLEY AVE.

DIRECTIONS Between
Blanding' Blvd. &
Orange Park
Minutes away via new 1295.
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necrumng figures released "" :::"' :::'X::':_>>>>;;':'=<< ;;<<' ';':':':';': ';;':':':';;';':';': X'.0--z; : : :.;;.>,:.;;.:.:


I show 102 percent of goal. Finance Office Traffic: ViolationsThe : : I


CHINFO--The closed
Command Navy In recruiting for the three April 2
Recruiting reports it Naval Reserve i L

attained 102 percent of its goal reservists were signed programs up,for 1,166 87 Jax Due to extensive following is a report of Going through Stop Sign 16
for Regular Navy Enlisted Motor vehicle accidents and
percent of the 1,345 man reporting on FY '74 DWI 1
programs during the month of Overall, Navy recruiters goal. Military Pay Navy (MPN) traffic violations for month to Other Violations 88
February.The reached 99 expenditures date: Twenty-four drivers
percent of their required by appeared
goal was to recruit 6,400 7,782 SECNAV NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis before their
person goal for all Regular Navy Message Commanding Of
men and women, including and month 26 ficers.
Naval Reserve Enlisted 030255Z-85 of December Disposition of the cases
former service personnel and programs, enlisting 7,687 '72, the Main Navy This month year ago 46 include the following:
6,500 were recruited. Eighty. during February. people. Finance Office here at Total accidents this year 112 Five lost driving and parking
three percent of the first term NAS Jacksonville and its Total accidents year ago 498 privileges aboard the station for
male enlistees were "A" School 5.0. P. Branch Offices at NAV- Number of in juries this month 4 various times.; none assigned to

eligible,. 64 percent were high STA Mayport and Naval Number of injuries this month complete Motorcycle Defensive

school graduates and 2.5 percentwere X11u Hospital Jax, will be year ago 5 Driving Course; five Admin.
mental group IV personnel. J closed for Action three Dismissed
\\ ... \ t regular businesson NUMBER MOVING ; ; two
\ April 2, 1974. VIOLATIONSThis article 15 UCMJ; twenty-one
This includes telephone fined U.S. Magistrate; twelve
JOWC setsmeeting inquiries. month 136 warnings given; nine were

Emergencies may be Speeding 29 military; none Dept. Head
referred to the Officer Reckless Driving 2 Counsel.

timeJaxThe Assistant at Ext. 2362.

Any inconveniencecaused
NAS Jax Officer'sClub
by this action is
will be the
scene for the
t1 sincerely regretted.
April Jacksonville Officer's ,
Wives Club function COM- H I o ..

PATWING 11, RESFORJAX,
PERPETUALMONEY
and VP-24 will be hostessing
a A recent law allows the Vet-
wine tasting and luncheon at w oQ6lift PLAN
ACPS erans Administration to provideup
11:00: on Wednesday, --I
April 3, to $30,000 worth of low cost

1974. KIT/, mortgage protection life insur- .
In addition to the regular A PICTURE OF MY DAD/
for
arce about 10,000 severely
JOWC business and the general
disabled veterans.HONDA.
festivities, the members and .... -- Retirementincome
guests of JOWC will have an

opportunity to meet and get to

know those women who will be on

the 1974.75 slate of officers. and a
The election of next years

officers will be held at the May OF JACKSONVILLE

function, but the importance of
this meeting is that it will be one SALES SFRVICE PARTS family legacy.

of the last opportunities for .

nonmembers to join JOWC

before the eligibility to vote without touching a penny of your savings! !
deadline of April 30, 1974.

Sound far-fetched? Not with our Perpetual Money Plan!

As a member you can have from $4 to $208 a month
indefinitely..without reducing your savings! Or, even
FRIENDLY, RELAXED
higher monthly inc'ome is available each month from
QUIET ATMOSPHERE
I five to thirty !
1 N years
';:.:;: :;::::'U.JMl.-o: :, *:;.:..
y w
IDEALLY LOCATED FOR If you have accumulated from $1,000 to $50,000 savings,
CECIL FIELD, N.A.S. 6425 NORWOOD AVE. 764.2419 let your free Perpetual Money Wheel show you what our

CLOSE SCHOOLS, Perpetual Money Plan can do for your future!

CHURCHES AND
SHOPPING AREAS And, for folks who haven't accumulated these savings,

; lli Ji j .!:ti there are 200 exciting ideas right on the same Perpetual
Take 103rd to Firestone Money Wheel for building income in the years ahead.

Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks w Pick up your free Perpetual Money Wheel today.

Past Forrest High School.

;:.it's gteat
(tOLONIALOREST to be

T7 in the
Fir tFamlly'
r APARTMENTS "

5928 FIRESTONE ROAD

771-6646 V


CPIlt.STCPEDE Asavings L
We Can Complete Your Pool

In Just 7 Days associationof
From The Time It l Is Started and loan

Reliability Service It ,


Thllman fps (1I! 0 jackonville

; ... ,........... ; Savings Insured up to $20,000 by F.S.L.I.C.11CONVENIENTOFFICESTOSERVEYOU.
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.. z'* rijrz t DOWNTOWN DURKEEVILLE BRANCH
S... f 1815 N.Myrtle Ave.
.:&& Adams and Julia
Leasing 1a/xd4s
'
"'- PH.354.8443 PH.356.4175SOUTHWEST
22.. -.J/
-; : BRANCH FIVE POINTS BRANCH
park avenue
THE NAME THAT STANDS 1800 Cedar Hills Shopping Center 803 Lomax Street
FOR INTEGRITYLow PH.771-0422 PH.358.1204

in Cost Because of Ultra NORTHSIDE BRANCH REGENCY SQUARE BRANCH
Modern Factory Methods Gateway Shopping Center 101 Monument Road
Many Shapes and Sizes To Choose PH.7251270UNIVERSITY
From PH.75-5538

Distinctive Contour Design Gives
NORMANDY BRANCH BLVD. BRANCH
That Custom Look
5911 Normandy Blvd. 5631 University Blvd.W.PIi.781.1383 .
Practically Maintenance Free
PH.731.0833
All Pools Carry Famous Tallman
Guarantee BEACH BRANCH
& Commercial Type Built in SOUTHSIDE BRANCH 231 S.Third St.Jax Beach
Shimmer Furnished as Standard 1326 Prudential Dr. PH.246.4801
.
Equipment PH.398.7088
"'<[
tM jUrltmenlrange
MON.-SAT.9-7SUN. 1.7 < ..'. MOBILE OFFICE
PHONE 264.3508 CLAY COUNTY BRANCH Serving Baldwin
park 264-1511 (Coming Soon!) and Macclenny, Florida

JM"eHSO.) I J9Jfrftat To Asbury, ..... -
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Our first gas crisis h:. ',/t.

:.'\'
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occured years ago 1T.


I American motorists again are more than 5.000 investigators ,
asking that old question: "Is this from the Office of Price Administration .' "
trip necessary'?" pursued black marketeers I

K\erylxvly had his own answer counterfeiters, and other coupon
during World War II when crooks. Coupons could not be soldor ..
gasoline was! a personal matter of exchanged legally. fif'

an "A" or a "C" ration sticker on Sijn of the Times; '0"
the family car's windshield Now. \
"Sorry No Gas Today"became a
with gas pumps again drying upacross 5, Ar.
familiar sign to motorists. especially
the country, the shortcomIngs 't.
when the gas gauge was on
of shortages have returned
empty. Drivers took to followingfuel
with memories of h'ow it was a
trucks to gas stations.
generation ago Though foreign oil supplies -
Regular gasoline cost 19.2
supplementing the outpouring of
cents a gallon, including taxes,in ,
menacedby
American lvells-were ,
1941 for the drivers of the .
submarines, the purpose of ra '
country's G million cars and 6 mil n
lion trucks and 'buses. By thewars tinning at the beginning was toconser'e (,. '
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rubber supplies had bum cut off ITS OFFICIALTwo lovelies flank Capt.William G. Sizemore (right), LTg(| ) Gerald J. Carroll, Jr.

by the Japanese. Tir<,s'ele (Left), and Officers'Club Manaqer Stu Camen as the ribbon is cut opening the new Junior Officers
During World War II,cars averaged tightly rationed. Club at the "0" Club Mr. Carroll represented the young officers who constructed the club completelyon
15 miles a gallon with a The rubber shortage forced corset their own auspices.
nationwide speed( limit of35 milesan maker and dressmakers to -
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I UDP phasing
outThe
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Uniformed Services Savings Interest
on accounts will -.;
Deposits Program will be tinue to accrue con. .'> "i.
through June 30
phased out by June 30, 1974, fol. 1974, and will terminate on that,
lowing a recommendation by the date. Interest accrual
may not
I louse Appropriations Committeein continue beyond that date even
its report on the 1974 Depart. though the 90 day limitation
ment of Defense Appropriation period should indicate otherwise.
Bill. Only military members in a Officials of the USSDP
are
encouraging
missing.in-action status as a result those enrolled in the
of the Vietnam War will
con program to find an alternate S
savings
tinue to be enrolled in the program plan and have recommended-

U.S. Savings Bond purchased
The Uniformed Services Save through
payroll deductions.
ings Deposits Program (USSDP) The USSDP was initiated in its _
is a program wherein members of present form in 1966 by the Con-

the uniformed services stationed gress in an effort to provide members -
outside the United States or its of the uniformed services

possessions may deposit no more serving outside the United Statesor

than their unallotted current pay its possessions with an attractive -
and allowances into an account savings program and in orderto
where deposits made before the curb spending overseas and
10th of the month accrue interest thus reduce the balance of payments
from the first of the month at the deficit.In .

rate of 10 per cent per year com its report on the 1974 DoD HC-2 CHIEF OF THE YEAR-AFCM WilliamJ.

pounded quarterly. Appropriations Bill the House Hobson has been selected as HC-2 Chief of the ANGEL OF THE QUARTER-AE2 Gary W.
Interest is not payable on individual Appropriations Committee Year. As Maintenance Administration Chief Bumgarner has been selected as HC-2's Fleet ...
amounts on deposit in ex- pointed out that only a small per Petty Officer, Master Chief Hobson's sustained Angel of the Quarter. Petty Officer Bumgarnerwas
cess of$10,000 except in cases of cent of eligible personnel excellence in the Maintenance Department and selected on the basis of his outstanding
missing members whose accounts stationed overseas participate in his leadership and guidance in all areas has performance as collateral duty inspector,SH-3G
are not limited as to the the USSDP (approximately 18.6 made a beneficial impact on the entire plane captain, corrision control representative,
amount on which interest will accrue per cent). squadron. Master Chief Hobson will representthe AE trouble shooter and SAR aircrewman. He
As of November 30, 1973, The Committee further pointed squadron in all station, command and Navy has also been nominated for TACUPWINGOne's
the net amount from USSDP accounts out that a sample of depositors in wide competition and recognition programs.Don't "Sailor of the Quarter".

on deposit with the U.S. the program indicated that approximately -
Treasury was $277.4 million. 10.6 per cent of them
Cumulative from the inception of had changed from other savings beffyeKsh. 0UT OF SIGHT *

the program, deposits have programs into the USSDP when
reached almost $1.6 billion. given the opportunity. GO GO DANCERS
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I, : Dragons and Dragonslayers at it again ; ,( .,

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I Pair meets in finals of intramural tourney '

; .,
Jax-At the writing of this round whipping on an outmanned 70The Air Operation's Garry Pope 11 and 56 getting big wins.
article, only two of the eight Marine Barracks team. Marine Dragons, meanwhile, tied Bearden's tournament high The Mad Foxes held HS-11 to
teams to reach the intramural Barracks Fred Singer had his were destroying Air Operationsin mark with 44 points and got an eight point half time lead, but .
basketball play-offs are still left, usual big night, hitting for 36 first day action 108-75. The strong help from John Fruge ((29 were overpowered in the second
and by press time there will be a points,but did not receive enough game never was a contest as Ed points)to pull Air Ops out of the half and lost 8773. Mort Mc-
new champion crowned.The support. Sullivan hit for 23 first half fire against FASO Air Ops and Carthy had 17 of his 25 points in
team in the most enviable Art Patterson and Livio points, and 37 overall, to help FASO ran and gunned to a totalof the closing half. Art Patterson .
position right now is the Capilla both broke the 20 point build a 53-28 half-time lead. 208 points, with Ops winning also had 23 for the Dragon. '
Dragonslayers of HS-11. The mark for the Dragonslayers Terry Brown had 19 points and 112-96. slayers.
'Hers have trampled through the hitting for 24 and 22 points, Mort Larry Rawlins hit 16 for the FASO got strong scoring from VP-5's Brady Bearden scored
competition in the tournament as McCarthy had 15 points and the Dragons. Air Operations' Garry Will Marti A ((36)), Billy Holmes points before suffering bruised
though they weren't there. Their floor play of Bill Hoffman was Pope had 32 markers. ((20)) and Jiln Zukewich ((17)). Air ribs and missing the rest of the
sternest competition has come dominant.J.P. NDRC's Ike Oliver and Larry Ops moved into the semi-finals to tournament. Jay Buchanan
from the Dragons of VP-56, the Baker and Gene Stiggershad Chaisson combined, for 44 pointsto face VP-5. aided Bearden's cause by hitting
other team left standing.The 16 and 14 points for the spearhead an 88win over VP-45 managed to hang arounda 21 points.
'Slayers put a solid first Marines. The final score was 86- FASO.Oliver's 23 and Chaisson's little longer by edging the VP-56 took an early demanding
2lwere a little less than FASO's Marine Barracks 74-73. The lead ((48-28 at half time) and
Will Martin ((25)) and Jim Pelicans had scoring balance held on to blast NDRC 97-73 VP-
Zukewich ((20)), but NDRC had with Pete Barr hitting 18 and 56's Larry Rawlins and NDRC'sIke
more little guns. Kevin Lover, Denny Dellwo and Oliver led the scoring with 26
VP-5's Brady Bearden, the Thornton Tinnel all scoring 14. points each, while Ernie Pollardof
.. MILITARYAUTOMOBILEMILITARY slickest of the Mad Foxes, hit for The '45ers also held Fred '56 and Richard Conley of
44 points,a tournament high, and Singer in reasonable? check. The NDRC each had 18 points.
led the Foxes past the Pelicans of Marine forward could manage NDRC moved into the losers
VP-45, 90-81. Vic Slider followed only 27 points after hitting 44 in bracket the next day, and immediately
Bearden's lead and hit for 15. the season finale against ousted VP-45. The
CIVILIANLOW Mike Adams and Denny Dellwohit MARTD and 36 in the tour- Pelicans only trailed by 11 pointsat
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AMERICAN MAYPORT the play-to-stay or loser's Stiggers had 14 each. helpedopenthecontest and NDRC
bracket, with FASO and Marine In the undefeated section of the won 98Larry Chiassion had
INSURANCE AGENCY I.INSURANCE AGENCY Barracks being the first two bracket, HS-11 and VP-5 met NDRC followed
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GOLF TEE TALK'
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.IJaxMake Club will be conducted by the station L J .:. l .,' + '"4\0\ rJ f_.
way for the 4-H Thursday, beginning today. The -

Club.meeting The of the first new organizational 4.11 club at driving courses will be given at the golf LEAGUE Jax -- Winners in the Best Ball Foursome played on

range. W L March 24 at the NAS Golf Course follows
NAS Jax will take place on There is no cost for this clinic PELICANS No. were as :
0
4
Monday, April 8, 1974. All with the exception of the range AIR OPS 2 1 First Place-Julie Uittiand Mike BradleyJeanie and

military dependents aged 8-18, balls, which will cost 45c a NARJAX No. 1 2 1 George Belhobeck. Second place-Betty and Walt
their parents and any other interested bucket, For further information VP5No.l 2 1 Kelczewski and Ruth and Harris Bolin. Closest to the

persons are invited to please call the golf professional HC-2 2 1P24 pin for the men was Mike Bradley. Julie Uitti was
fun at Building 523
the
join at 3249. \
2 1
closest for the ladies.
(across from the CPO Club). ADCOP
The Duval County Youth Staff Softball FICEUR 2 2 2 1 Walt Kelczewski had the longest drive for men and

and Special Services Dependent umps 679th 1 2 Lillian Oberhausen did likewise for the ladies. The

Program Staff will be on hand to CPO's (VP-45)) 1 3 longest putts were sank by Frank Heyer and Eva ,

greet the new members and sign are neededJaxThere WEAPONS 1 3 Philips.The .
them up in project groups. The 4- FALCONS 0 2 Bolins and Kelczewskis did a fine job of hostingthis
H staff expects to have AIMDNo.l 0'3
working in projectssuch is a critical need event.A .
youngsters
as : ceramics, wood- for softball umpires on base: if blind nine was played by the ladies on Tuesday,
the intramural NATIONAL
LEAGUEW
work, small engine to softball season is March 19. Winners were: First Flight-Lassie Mahoney;
go on as scheduled. L .
mechanics, electricity, dog care, According to Frank Mc. MARTD 3 0 Runners-up-Ruth Headers and Nelda Bradt.

pocket pets, cooking, sewing and Caffrey, the NAS Athletic FASO 4 1 The second flight winners were Elaine Honour, Alice

needlecraft, model building, Director,if more officials: are not SUPPLY 3 1 Mills and Bernice Anderson; Runner-up-Cookie
bicycling, horsemanship and found the schedules will have to NDRC 3 1 Kennedy; Chip-ins-Betty Gustin and Annabelle Staf-
gardening. be changed, decreasing the NARJAX No. 2 2 1 ford. '"
should be
There somethinghere
number of HS-1 2
games played daily.If 3
to interest everyone you are interested in HS-ll 2 2 The third flight winner was Pat White; Runner-up-

TENNIS becoming an umpire, regardless VP-5 No. 2 1 2 Cynthia Taeusch; Chip-in-Pat Oglesby.
Jax -Special Services will of prior experience, contact Mr. VW-4 1 2 The Nine Hole Group played throwoutworstthreeholes -

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Clinics are currently being 1
Carrier had fewest putts.
of tennis. Courses will
game 2
held io teach new prospects the 0
for well The Men's Association will an event on April
be gives beginners as as finer points of umpiring softball AIMDNo.2 0 4 sponsor
i for persons in the intermediatestage. games. 7, challenging the Ladies Association to a full handicap.. .. -
If you are interested, you tournament.

should 2645132.contact Mrs. Utermohlenat Two teams left Another date to remember is April 23, when the

Ladies Association will have a Member-Guest Day. All
SCUBA DIVING
Jax--Special Services has Dragonslayers favoriteBeardenless who plan to invite a guest should sign up in the ladies
i
approved a Scuba Diving Instruction locker room for this event.

course that will give
i
basic certification to those who (Cont. From Page 20)) Mad Foxes a 97-78 VP-56 and NDRC met Monday for NDRC before being ejected
I take and complete it. Art Patterson ((21 points), setback. Richard Conley had 25 for the right to face HS-11 in the from the contest. Ike Oliver'had
The course will be given Woody Hood ((20)) and Mort point for NDRC and received finals and the Dragons were 20points and Larry Chaisson had
I aboard NAS Beginning April 2 McCarthy ((19)) led the scoring for strong help from Ike Oliver ((20)) winners by a run-away. Larry 15.
and lasting through June 16. the 'Hers.Ed Sullivan had 16 to and Larry Chaisson (18). Rawlins had 31 points to lead all
Classes will be given on go with Rawlins 21 for VP56.In scorers and was aided by Ed The 56ers must defeat IiS-11,
Tuesdays (dry) at, 7 p.m. and the final game of last week, Jeff Brandt and Bill Rutledgehad Sullivan's 24. The final score was who is undefeated in the tours,
the 'number of 20 and 19 points, respectivelyfor
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April. All teams desiring to enter GEMD No.1 : 34-50
Intramural Softball, which should contact the Athletic Weapons 28ft-55'/fc Time Unit
was scheduled to get Director at ext. 498. First half AIMD Staff 28-56 1 April 1974 0815 CO, NAS Cecil (Visit only)
underway on Monday, 25 March, league winners VA-45 and GEMS No. 2 26-58 0900 COMLATWING-1 (Visit only)
was cancelled due to the wet NAMTD will battle it out Fridayat 0930 VA-37 CVW-3 (LCDR Coonan) :,
weather. About the only thing 0900. AMERICAN LEAGUE VS-32 (LCDR Roy)
,
you can play on the fields right 1300 COMVSWING-1 (Visit only)
now is water polo! TENNIS STANDINGS: VA-105 (LCDR Coonan)
The Fast Pitch League is VA-37 No. 1 1400 VS-30 (LCDR Roy)
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expected to offer some good Ladies tennis lessons are now VA-174 2 April 1974 0830 VA-46 (LCDR Coonan)
competition this year, the being offered at NAS Cecil Field Air Ops S r 1000 VS Wives (LCDR Roy at 0 Club)

Hellrazors of VA-174 and AMD Monday thru Friday. If in. VA82VS24 A'" ., 1300 VA-174 (LCDR Coonan)
are always tough. This year the terested please call Kent Lovatoat No.1' 1330 VS-28 (LCDR Roy)
Hellrazors of VA-174 have addeda ext. 8242. VA-30 No.1", 1900 Wives Presentation (At B.O.Q.)
new man to their pitching staff. Medical ., :" 3 April 1974 0830 VA-15 VA-87 CVW-6 (LCDR Coonan)

His name is Johnson and he is ROLLER SKATING VS-24 No.2''. VS-22 (LCDR Roy)
responsible for pitching VA-37 to FASO 1230 VA-72 (LCDR Coonan)
the base championship last On April 12 the gym will againbe VS-30 No.2" ," 1330 VS-24 (LCDR Roy)
year.Not really too much is open for roller skating from VA-105 "' 1500 VA-45 (LCDR Coonan)
known about the strength of the 7:00: to' 11:00: p.m. The price is VS-31 No.1' 4 April 1974 0830 NAS Cecil Field FASOTRAGRULANTDET
VS community, so all in all this $1.00 which will include skates. VS-31 No.2. CECIL LATWING-1 VS WING
should be a very interesting year Wanted '. Floor attendant and 1300 VA-12 VA-66 (LCDR Coonan)
in the Fast Pitch League. skate issue clerk.BOWLING BOWLED OVER 500: 1330 VS-31 (LCDR Roy)
This years Slow Pitch Leaguewill Howard Air Ops 560 5 April 1974 0830 VA-174
include last years base NATIONAL Motske Medical 560
champs VA-174. The two teams FINAL STANDINGS: Dudley FASO 554
most likely to offer the AIMD Avionics 59&-24'/i Morrison VA-174.540 Annual speech contest held II I
Hellrazors competition for first Admin No. 1 55-28'A Thrasher VA-37 No. 1.539
place are the Marines and Attack Admin No. 2 54-30 Raymer VS-30 No. 1-527 On Friday evening, the first of Mr. Lawton Greene, Mrs. Ruth
Squadron Forty-Five. BOQ 53-31 Smith VA-37 No. 1.521 March, the Cecil Field, "SOR- Skapyak and Mrs. Betty
GOLF CPO's 48'. -35/4 Malone VA-105.519 TES"; Toastmistress Club held Detamore. After an interestingand i
The 2nd half of Golf will be Dental 44-40 Pruden VS-30 No. -507 its Annual Speech Contest varied array of speeches anda
getting under way the 5th of CLAW-1 44-40 Dinner at the station Officers" tense period of evaluation a
GAMES OVER 200: Club. The evening began with a choice was made. Mrs. Sharon
Dudley FASO 223 social hour and buffet dinner Arnold, the station librarian won
Smith VA-37 No. 1- 209 followed by the speech contest. the prized trophy with the

Howard Air Ops 203 There were six semi-finalists speech, "Personal Liberation".
Thrasher VA-37 No. 1. 202 vying for the coveted first place Virignia Deakins, the budget
WILSON Motske Medical 201 trophy and the opportunity to clerk in Supply was the runner-
Pontiac represent "SORTES" in the up with a speech entitled, "See

Overstock of Used Cars due to our Big Sale! ATLANTIC TUESDAY NIGHT Council Level Speech Contest to and Tell" '
WINTER LEAGUE be held March 23rd. The con The Council SIX Speech
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I Green with Green Int., mlrality Blue with White VS-30 60 32 Deakins (Supply), Jerelene representatives from all the

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Intramural Bowling Standing

h in Pacific Bowling: LeapupJaxOne's ,


I' Bunch brought closest battle for '-' --0 --"" PAClFICLEAGUE: : SPARKS 10 26
firs,
he race for first place in the the five intramural place of top team's idleness and moved W 1. SEAHORSES 12 28
:. a little tighter by leagues. from seventh to third ADCOPS 23
Pacific:League Behind One's Bunch place with a : CONTINENTAL LEAGUE;
sweeping first place ADCOP and COPs andTrippers are the sweep of HC-2{ No. 1. Dick Moore ONE'S BUNCH 23 L
who .. W
are tied had CPOs''' 22 10
to within one-half game at a 212 and 569 series to lead
moving one game out of first GEMS ?2 10
of the lead. Bunch's Dick Landentook in the fourth place and Solex. Ron Smith was close PELICAN 22 10 GAFFERS 24 12
individual honors with a 245 Pelicans place spot the behind Moore bowling a 208 and 22 14 THUNDERBOLTS 18 14
who are but SPLITMAKERS 16 16
series. five and 561 series.In .
and 598
game one half games away from the the National IIIGH LIFERS 14 18 giiwBALLS 17
The Pacific League has the lead. League's only BUSCH 17 15.
BUDS 12 20
:hS....SK ktiSSti'hSSY.l: : :::::: 1 S...:.wwS151SS }.tiSS. '1'k. This week the Pelicans other three contest of the Marine four Barrackswon MAD FOXES No. 2 11 2S ZEROS 15 17
games with 18 '
swept four games from the High the 9 23 14
BOATINGBITS Lifers on the strength of Gary Wallbangers.ATLANTIC FASONo.2 6 26 WRECKERS 16 20
Dearing's LEAGUE WOMEN'S LIB 13 19
201
game and 561 Mad Foxes No. l held "
series. Bob onto first FIC 5" 13 19
Reed
bowled a place despite a split with fourth ATLANTIC LEAGUE ROSE'S RAIDERS 11 21
meaningless
200 game for the place VP-45 CPOs. Dave Phillips W L
Dennis Marshall High Lifers.
By
L ___. bowled a 203 and Jeff Brandt hada MAD FOXES No. 1 18 9 AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mad
Foxes
4J No. 2 and Split 202 for the Foxes. CONTROLLERS 20 12 W L

Jax-Early one Saturday makers split with John Brimlow Ray Boles rolled a 212 for the AFFEES 19'2 12'2 BUSCH lEAGUERS 25 7
morning the sloops ORION (Foxes) and Felix Garcia Controllers to lead a three game CPOS (NARJAX) 21 15 PSSSSST 2B 101,1

skipper, John Blair, (Splitmakers) bowling 566 and win over Batmen No. l and push NARJAX 16' 11'2 LATE CHARGERS 21 11
SUNRAKER skipper, Dennis 560 respectively to lead the way. the Controllers into second place DIRTBALLS 16 12 SEA KINGS 18' 91,1

Marshall and SUGAR BEAR Kendall Ickes bowled a 207 past idle AFEES. SIX PACKS 17' 14' TEXACOSTARS 18' 14. ,

skipper, Glen Maxwell, slippedtheir game for FASO but his team still George Humbert also had a 212 BALLERS 15 17 HURRICANES 18 14' ...

moorings at NAS Jax dropped three games to HC-2 No. game which lead his team, the BATMEN No 1 9'fl 18' (Continued page 24. col.5))
Marina. Destination..up the St. 2.The Trippers took three games Six Packs to a 3-1 victory over

Johns river to Sisters Creek, thento from Busch Buds and One's the Sparks. The Dirtballs swept
an anchorage in the Fort Bunch took the above mentioned the Sea Horses.

George River. three games from ADCOP. AMERICAN LEAGUE -- The morning was the color of Wayne Kislingbury complied a The first place Busch Leaguerstook
blue-grey with low ragged clouds 551 series for ADCOP. three games from second NO MONEY DOWN !

and the hint of rain was in the CONTINENTAL LEAGUE place PSSSSST to hold onto a
lir, but the wind was a perfect Vern Matteson had a 215 game three game lead in the American Financing for E2's and up !

south-southwest at eight to 12 and Len Crowder had a 566 seriesto League. Richard O'Neill's 223
knots. Sails were immediately help GEMS take three games game and 592 series provided the 66 MUSTANG

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the morning wore on the place. of 221 by Ernie Clayburn and 208 70 BARRACUDA s. Strip

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When the "hook" was finally seventh to fourth in the stan Holified of tht'.Sea Kings hada

dropped at Fort 'George Island, dings Steve Mosca and Clint 226 but missed the chance to MODEL CLOSE-OUT
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almost visualize early explorers series to pace the sweep. Dycus 126. Nevertheless, the Kings
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NATIONAL LEAGUE 203 and Ed Nyseth's 210 led the ENDS APRIL 1. 1974
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Dragonslayers have final word ; Line BOWLING


1 defeat Dragons in championship ScoresTuesday, March 19 STANDINGS

VP-56108 Air 75
Operations
r By Jackie Hunt pulled the Slayers into a come in the second half NDRC 88 FASO 66 (Continued from page 23)) w L

; Jax-At least for 1974 the tie at 31-31 with 4:45: was within twoat 66-64,but HS-1186 Marine Barracks 70 RED BARONS 12 20

Dragon is slain for good. remaining in the first half. Mort McCarthy's three- VP-5 90 VP-45 81 NFO MARINE BKS No. 2 9 9 23 23

The Dragonslayers of HS- The Dragonslayers'sMort point-play iced the victory VP-45 Wednesday 74 Marine, March Barracks 20 73 MAD FOXES No.3 7 25
11 had the final in this with to NATIONAL LEAGUE
say McCarthy soon got a 2:47: play. Air Ops 112 FASO 96
year's argument's with the hot hand and by the half's Hoffman finished the HS-11 87 VP-5 73 LION VV L

Dragons of VP-56. end the score was 42-37, game with 20 points, 12 VP-56 97 NDRC 73 MARINE HEARTS BKS 27 9

The Dragons fought a with 11 leading. rebounds and 13 assists, Thursday, March 21 'SOLEX "5" 23 22 14 13
valiant but fruitless Larry Rawlins scored 17 Patterson had 14 points to NDRC 98 VP-45 66 ROTOR HEADS 17 11
VP-5 61 Air ODS 58
battle, bowing to the points and had five go with his, 16 rebounds Friday March 22 REBELS 21 15
Slayers 76-66 in the NAS rebounds in the first halfto and McCarthy had 18 HS-11 81 VP-56 73 PIN BUSTERS 16 12

Basketball Championship keep '56 within reach. points. NDRC 97 VP-5 78 BATMEN GUTTER RATS. 2 3 16 12
9
Tuesday night. For the Dragons years For VP-56, whose only Monday, March 25 HC-2 No.2 9 23
The game started with Hoffman was doing it all four losses came at the VP-56 106 NDRC 80 SPLITMAKERS 7 21

all the sparks that the as he had 12 points, five hands of HS-11 in tour- WALLBANGERS 7 29GFWFC

other five contests; had rebounds and eight assistsin nament games, Rawlins
this year. Both teams had the half. McCarthy had and Calloway were stocks

trouble finding the hoop in nine points in the first the only double figure I

the early goings, and it half, while Patterson ,had scorers. wildlife area in Fla.Lake .
f1.- seemed as though 'H's 10 points. After hitting 17 points in
Bill Hoffman and '56's The Dragons could the first half, Rawlins was City-.A total of 206 plants. The plots also attract
Larry Rawlins would doll score only 29 second half held scoreless in the last wildlife plots, averaging one game animals making them
acre in size, will be planted this more accessible to the hunter.
:: the scoring.The points. No one was hittingfor 20-minutes. Ed Sullivan, year on the Game and Fresh According to Smith the
lead changed hands' '56 but tiny Red the 56ers other big man, Water Fish Commission's nine Commission maintains food plotson

as fast as the ball, and the Calloway, Calloway, the only had eight points and northeast wildlife managementareas. all wildlife managementareas
only thing evident was the smallest man on the court, five rebounds.So in the northeast region
had of his for the time Frank Smith, wildlife which totals over one million
12 14
evenness of the twosquads.VP56 points in being,
biologist said the plots are acres of land made availablefor
moved to it's the closing stanza, hittingall the Dragon is buried, but planted twice a year with a public hunting by private
largest lead of the game at 12 on arching 25 I'm sure there'll be a variety of wildlife crops to landowners in the region.
12-6 with little five footers. hereafter. food for
a over provide supplemental Smith said the major portionof
minutes gone in the For HS-11, it was Woody deer and turkey. The spring this land was owned by large
contest. Rawlins, the Hood doing the second See planting will consist of combine timber and paper companies
nextpaper brown millet and chufa
top ,
half Hood had 11 I I pea who in cases donated
Dragons big center, had shooting. while the fall planting includes many
two three-point plays in of his 15 in the second half. .wheat oats, and rye grass assist equipment the and Commission manpower in to
the early going as he At one point he reeled off combinations.
dominated the early inside eight straight HS-11 Due to the time' that the Smith said, in addition to providing good hunting.
play. points. contest was finished, no providing supplemental food the Smith urged sportsmen to
plots also create respect the landowners'rights as
permanent
Hoffman meanwhile The battle of the-boards photographs were
openings in the forrest canopy property owners and suggested
was hitting from would have to be called a available. See next week'sJax which increase "edge effects", hunters let the landowners know
everywhere to keep the stalemate as Brown of '56 Air News for com- thus stimulating the growth of they appreciate the use of the

Slayers in the contest. His grabbed 12 first half plete photo, coverage. .many natural wildlife food land.

shooting and the rebounds to finish the

rebounding of '56's Terry game with 20, and HS-11's r\ 0
Brown were the main Patterson snatched 12 in

points of interest. Hoff- the second half to total 16.

man and Art Patterson The closest '56 could Inn

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