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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1974
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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1974
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I A din. Hollowa y--to-- beJax next CNO ?




L. Forge and Boxer duringthe Commander Carrier
-- Adm. James Conflict Division Six.
III now serving Korean
Holloway, ,
as Vice Chief of He later commanded In February 1971, he

r. Naval Operations, has Attack Squadron 83 on became Chief of Staff and

...I' been nominated by board the carrier Essex Deputy Commander of

President Nixon to serveas with the Sixth Fleet CINCLANT and GIN-

the next Chief of Naval during, the 1958 Lebanon CLANTFLT. In May 1972,

Operations.His Crisis. he took command of the

nomination now Following graduation U.S. Seventh Fleet and

goes to the Senate for from the National War served in that capacity

confirmation. If approved College with the class of until last July, when he

he will assume the 1962, he commanded the was transferred to

duties of CNO in June Seventh Fleet seaplane Washington to assume the

when the term of Adm. tender USSSalisbury duties of Vice Chief of

Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Sound (AV 13)). Naval Operations.In .
After a year of in-
expires.
addition
to three
hada structions in nuclear
Adm. Holloway has
Distinguished Service
wide of assign- propulsion, he took
range Medals and two Legions of
r ; ments during his Naval command of USS En-
Merit Adm.
career. During the Second terprise (CVAN 65)), the the Hollowayholds
Distinguished
World War, he served on Navy's first nuclear
Flying Cross, the Bronze
destroyers in both the powered aircraft carrier. '
with Combat
Star "V"
Atlantic and Pacific. He Enterprise conducted her ,
the Air Medal with two
served as Gunnery Officeron first two'Vestern Pacific
Gold Stars and the
the USS Bennton (DD combat tours under Adm. Navy

w 662)), taking part in the Holloway's command.In with Commendation Gold Star Medal and

Y invasions of Saipan, the May 1966, at age 44,
Combat "V".
southern Palau Islands he was selected for

.3 and Tinian, and in the promotion to rear ad- He is the son of Adm.

Battle of Leyte Gulf. miral. James L. Holloway, Jr.

After the war, Adm. Following duty in (USN Ret.) and is

Holloway earned his Washington in the Officeof married to the former

Naval Aviator the Deputy CNO for Dabney Rawlings of

desgination, and flew Plans and .Policy, he Washington, D.C. They

from the carriers Valley assumed duties as have two children. ,

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r'Letter the EditorCapt. are indeed fortunate if you pleasant? How do you turn those things you see j
to
I have not had to endure the latest agonizing hours into profitable do isometric exercises on the
domestic frustration, waiting in minutes of self development? steering column and headliner
line to get gas. For your convenience, here are give yourself a manicure
What do you do during the two some nutty, and some nifty Waysto practice new ways of comb
Sizemore hour wait? How do you get above Pass Time at the Pump." ing your hair
: have received the circumstances and remain I time yourself,you may be set meet the people in the cars ;
As an individual ever ting a personal record behind youpolish

Canadian that recently anywhere.I read the Bible, especially your vinyl top :)

visited your station, I would like to insert a Holy Psalms and Proverbs check your tire pressure
special thank to Mr. S hang one arm out the window fold up the map in the glove
would like through you to you and
get an early tanS compartment the way it was
express my sincere Al Gallman and all the if you have electric windows, meant to be folded upI

thanks to you and all staff of Hancock Hall fora WeekServices see how many insects you can make funny faces in the mire
trap inside your car
personnel of NAS Jax for super showing.I ror
shine your boots or brass
S dental floss your teeth ,
the fine hospitality shownto know my next visit will write a letter to your mother, clean your windshield because j
myself and all be as good and if possible she'll appreciate it the service station atten :

Canadians while on our better than this one. make a list of practical birth- dant is making too much money .
day gifts for particular individuals
to stoop to that
You be of j
visit. I had a remarkably can proud Protestant completeyourf crossword j

enjoyable stay. your Staff of NAS Palm Sunday (April 7)): pray puzzle

Worship at 8:30: a.m. and a Choir think of creative ways of
The treatment I Jacksonville.M.A.. ThompsonCpl. Cantata, "No Greater Love", at for e, practice holding your breath utilizing empty milk cartons
11 a.m. summer underwater swimming S re-read Great Expectations
received from the Staff at C.A.F.
Maundy Thursday (April 11)): jump out of the car and
NAS Jax the best I CFB Greenwood N I bring
was .S. A contemporary, multimedia clean the a cotton swab and madly start picking up trash,
nitty-gntty crevices on maybe your enthusiasm will
at
worship experience 7 p.m.
your instrument
panel .
rub-off on someone else ,
I I featuring Mr. John Dee on count how
guitar. many orange write your autobiography

Good Friday (April 12)): I I
Devotions at 12:15: p.m.

Easter Sunday (April 14)):
I ABOUT
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspape*' Sunrise Service at 7 a.m.at Casa THE COVERIts I
distributed each Thursday; at the U.S. Naval Air Station.
Linda Lake. Coffee and rolls will .
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a
private firm. All Copy submitted Jor use :'nth*JAX AIR NEWS be provided after the service. spring again, the woods are dryand North Florida is once again ,
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box Z, NAS Worship Service in the chapel at faced with it's annual threat of brush and forest fires.
11
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon Monday a.m.
on before publication.News Bill
Catholic Galligan took this "hot of Interstate
photo" on March 11 north
Items welcomed from all
are sources. Telephone 772-3118
or 3119. Palm Sunday: Masses as 295 between Routes 17 and 21.Bill informs us that this time around the
usual. Palms will be distributedat residents of the threatened was
area lucked out.'The fire department
"Everything advertised In this publication must, be made
each mass, including Satur.day's able to extinguish the blaze before consumed.We .
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available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to any buildings were
race, creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser 5 p.m. mass. hope that our photo will careful
Monday through be a gentle reminder of you to be
Wednesday
user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this : with all open flames and
Masses usual.Wednesday smoking materials.
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the as
refusal to print advertising from that source." : Confessions from
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries 4-5: p.m.
concerning such ,should be directed toS"a : Holy Thursday: Evening mass Excuse
of the Lord's Supper at 7:30: p.m. our error. .
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Good Friday: Celebration of

8 IE 4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 the Lord's Passion at 3 p.m. Contrary to a photo
caption in last fingerprint
% Telephone 387-3566 week's Jax Air News
o machines
Holy Saturday: Easter
Vigil
are
now in the
AI' 'l'A"f"'fH operation at Hancock hall the CPO Club and
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and at 7:30
mass p.m., Con. package stores
fessions from noon to 1
I VOL. 32 NO. 3 APRIL I 4, 1974 ( p.m. The machines were}
Easter Sunday Worship in of bad InStalled In an effort to cut down on the passing
the chapel at 9 and 11 a.m. checks

Special guitar mass at 11 a.m Last
week's caption only mentioned the machine at Hancock HallI .



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Counseling and RegistrationJust
another note to remind you that the counselors from FJC will be
at the ESO on April 15 and 16 from 9-11:30: a.m. Don't forget that this
counseling is required by FJC for all new students prior to
registration, which is on April 18. .
Educational Services Program
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The purpose and objectives of the education program arc to raise > :
the educational level of the personnel in the Navy in order to assist
them in ((1)) preparing for more responsible military assignments and
increasing their chances for promotion; ((2))maintaining continuity in
academic or vocational training begun before military service; ((3)) MlR "'ww lye ,
increasing their value to the civilian manpower pool when they are
separated from the Navy; and ((4)) contributing to their appreciation of
the quality of American life.
The Education Officer's duties are as follows:
A. Plans, supervises and administers the local phases of the
programs discussed in this column. This entails the conducting of an
educational services questionnaire to determine the educational
levels of personnel and their educational interest.
This broad function also includes the preparation of official
correspondence and the maintenance of files and records.
B. Maintains direct liaison with the Training Officer and Executive

Officer regarding planning for local programs. ,
C. Establishes and maintains external liaison with local civilian
educators in order to keep abreast of local educational opportunities.D. I
.
the Commanding Officer informed of the of the
Keeps progress PLEDGING
SUPPORT-Jacksonville
Mayor Hans G. Tanzler, Jr. signs a proclamation declaring ,
education program. this week"Employer Support For theGuard and Reserve Week". Local Guard and Reserve officials \
E. Publicizes and promotes the opportunities available through the on hand for the ceremony include (L-R): Col. C.R. Willis, commander of Jacksonville's National
education program, utilizing various media such as station Guard Cdr. L.S. Del Plato, CO of the Jacksonville Navy and Marine Crops Reserve Center; Col.
newspapers, notices, bulletin boards, and informal talks by civilian A.E. Lancaster Staff of the
city's Army Reserve School; Capt. C.D. Gilpin, NARU skipper; Cdr.
educators.F. W.S. Hewlett, Jacksonville Coast Guard CO, SFC R.A. Roberts, and Capt. R.E. Wid-Halm from
Administers tests that measure educational achievement.G. Jacksonville Army Recruiting; and LCdr. R.J. St. Martin, NARU The week is a nationwide I
Counsels and assists personnel in the development and effort to get employers to sign pledges supporting National Guard and Reserve participation by their j
execution of their educational plans. employees. '
H. Procures required educational materials.I. .
Prepares educational reports.
MCPONOn Pool Water Phone
March 1, 1967, the office of Master Chief Petty Officer of the Analyzed .r 2644586J Detailers ScheduleDATE
Navy (MCPON) was established in the Bureau of Naval Personnel.The .
man filling the position is designated the senior enlisted man in TIME UNIT
the and has the of the senior enlisted
Navy, primary duty serving as
8:30 COMTACAIRLANT (Visit Only)
advisor to the Chief of Naval Personnel. Other duties, as directed, are April : a.m.
i,". to accompany the Inspector General on visits to various naval ac- 9:30: a.m. CO, NAS Jax (Visit Only)
tivities; serve as a member of the board of administrators for the NOW YOUCANINSTALL 1 p.m. COMTACAIRLANT, NAS Jax,
central recreation fund; maintain liaison with the Navy Relief Society YOUR OWN IN-GROUND NATTC Jax (O'Club)

, and the Navy Wives Club of America; and attend special events, MARK SPITZ April 8:30: a.m. COMPATWING (Visit Only)
} celebrations and ceremonies as the representative of the enlisted
SPARTANSWIMMING 9 a.m. COMPATWING, FASODETJAX
personnel of the Navy. .
The office of the MCPON provides a direct and unofficial line of POOLSAVE t 1pm. VB5VP24 ".I
communication between enlisted personnel and the Chief of Naval April 10 9 a.m.
Personnel. You may write directly to the office on any matter. Your MONEY 1 p.m. VP-45 J
letter should show a genuine desire for information, however; or, if (your labor our tech) 8:30: p.m. Officers' wives presentationO'Club
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critical of Navy programs or policy, it should include recom- ( )'
mendations for improvement. In all instances, you will receive a (Financing Available)
reply. I BID April 11 9 a.m. 'VP-56
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PAGE 4 JAX AIR NEWAIRWINGERHalf

New emblem I

fare military standbyto

unveiledat
be scuttled April 16

Jax-The half-fare military standby airline ticket rate will be just a NARFJaxNARF
memory after April 16, according to a recent ruling by the Civil
Aeronautics Board (CAB). unveiled its of.
Most airlines, however, have said they will wait until May 1 to new ficial insignia Monday at a
implement new rates. cake-cuting ceremony
So far, airlines have indicated they will react to the CAB ruling in celebrating the facility's seventh

,one of the following ways: year as a separate command
1. Raise Standby rates to three-quarters of regular fare and make tkT .> The double celebration took
them available only on Fridays and Sundays. The rest of the week A place in the "Times Square"area
military personnel will be able to fly military reserve, which will also where one of seven anniversary
be three-quarters of the regular fare. T-:: 'vfLj-'*,. cakes was cut and
According to the CAB, airlines that have indicated they will adopt served to the workers during the
this approach are United, American, TWA, Eastern, Frontier and lunch period.

Southern. Capt. C.E. Boeing,NARF C.O.,
2. Eliminate the standby fare altogether, but make the three- 7 presented special awards to
quarters military reserve rate available every day of the week. three contest winners whose
Airlines indicating plans to use this method include Delta, Braniff,
designs were selected for
Continental and Northwest. 1(1( ) $J'M new insignia.A the
The CAB ruling was made'after United filed a proposal to raise the triangular emblem,
price of standby rates and limit their availability to Fridays and approved by the Navy recently Depart.
Sundays, the military rate remaining the *
same. .\, F ment, depicts the state of Floridain
United claimed the present discounts were uneconomical, noting ;
red on a field of blue,with gold
that they were installed during the Vietnam war when there was a r--[ \ 1
.........,. indicators pinpointing the
military draft and military pay rates were very low. All these con- _-I.ia: ''i...'W #i f'" 1 Jacksonville location. Gold
ditions, United said, have changed dramatically.
PN 2 Lois L. Weiss wings and the NARF motto,
The Department of Defense objected to the United proposal. The
Army also filed its own objections, arguing that the current discountswere "Possumus", appear in the
important to the morale and welfare of soldiers and were helpfulin foreground.
PN2 Weiss picked Designers were Herbert W
attracting and maintaining a volunteer force.
McMillin James L. Elston
The CAB ruled in favor of United. However, it did decide the old and
standby-reserve rates could not be suspended until April 16 to give Julius W. Laster, Jr They
military personnel a chance to 'fly under them during the Easter Sailor of the MonthPN2 received U.S. Savings Bonds and
holiday. engraved plaques bearing full

United had wanted to suspend the old rates on April 1, but United color renditions of the insignia.
and other airlines then decided to postpone implementing new rates Lois Lillian Weiss of the NAS Military Personnel Office has
until May 1. been, selected February's "Serviceman of the Month".
The CAB stressed that since airlines are very competitive, further Petty Officer Weiss, who presently works in the transferreceiptsection
modifications may 'occur and military personnel should check in of the personnel office, is responsible for the PCS Transfers of a ,.
advance with individual airlines to learn what their options are. all personnel attached to NAS, including tenant commands.In .
the performance of her duties, she comes in contact with per-
New Looks/New Sounds/ New Glrlsl sonnel seeking guidance and advice.In .

: WHAT'S NEW? EVERYTHING'S' NEW!! the letter of nomination, LCdr F.A. Lehardy, Military Personnel

k THE FAR OUT Officer, said of Petty Officer Weiss, "The personnel office has
received many commendatory remarks in regards to her willingnessto
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I I Milestone reached in aircraft rework t':"


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ACE, program saves money

By Doris Card

The Navy will save $6.5 million annually in a new rework program
pioneered by NARF Jax.
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The Aircraft Condition Evaluation (ACE) program was developed
in 1973 as an economy measure to repair and update aircraft when
and where the work is needed instead of waiting for the plane to be '
overhauled at the end of a predetermined cycle of service .

NARF Jax has been using this concept on its A-7 Corsair II light
attack bombers, and last Thursday celebrated the completion of the
150th ACE plane to be reworked, here at Jacksonville.

VA-46 C.O., Cdr. J.D. Taylor was on hand in full "Clansman" if
regalia to accept the plane which was later returned to Cecil. RAdm.
C.C. Andrews, Naval Air Systems Command Representative, w .
Atlantic, and CLAW-1 commander,Cdr. Thomas 0. Watson, Jr. were __ & f r_
present for the ceremony. Capt. C.E. Boeing, C.O. of NARF, turned
the plane over to the squadron. ..

The program was initiated more than year ago and provides an
on-site inspection team to determine the aircraft's condition and i tob
make recommendations to extend the service tour of the plane before
rework is begun; to admit or induct the aircraft into a rework facilityfor
periodic depot level maintenance; or to perform minimal ad-
)
justments or rework (either on-site or at depot level) to correct
existing deficiencies and extend the aircraft's service tour for a kA a '\
period of time recommended by the team. I

The third option, which constitutes the salient feature of the ACE
concept, conserves manpower and slices funding requirements
associated with the normal induction of aircraft at the end of a
predetermined$43,000. service cycle. Savings per aircraft average about I


Faced with budget constraints and an ever-burgeoning workload, I
the Navy theorizes that the best way to determine what needs to be
done to an aircraft is to have a team of experts inspect it and decide CLANSMEN C.O., Cdr. J.D. Taylor (Second from Right), receives an oversized key to a squadron
when and where necessary work should be performed to make it Corsair II from Capt. C.E. Boeing, NARF C.O. On hand for the VA-44 ceremony are RAdm. C.C.Andrews.COMNAVAIRREPLANT .
"mission ready." (Left) and Cdr. Thomas O. Watson, Jr. Commander Light At-
tack Wing One, Cecil (Photo By Mike Rose)
The experimental plan was introduced on the East Coast at NARF
Jacksonville and tied to the A-7 Corsair II (light attack bomber)
program. On the West Coast, the F-4 Phantom was selected as the
initial aircraft to be processed under ACE. ,
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To evaluate the effectiveness of the new concept, the Navy has ..
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established extensive reporting systems, monitoring progress at both As a military professional 4t : '
the local level and at Systems Command Headquarters. Working ,
statistics are generated to reflect the number of ACE aircraft in
process,average man-hours and calendar days expended to performthe \ V
work, cost requirements, program trends and supporting data to career is all the 'j :
provide an accurate evaluation of the total ACE idea. your :

Initial results have indicated that the ACE program may extract ,.'
more value from the aircraft maintenance dollar and give improved collateral need.
response to fleet needs. ACE is now being expanded to include a you
variety of aircraft,and its application has been extended to include all ,
rework facilities in the Naval Air Systems Command.
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Civilian of Month honor


goes to Mrs. KinneyJax


Mrs Shirley Kinney, Special Services Fiscal Accounting
Clerk has been selected to receive the February Civilian Employee of
a I a s the Month Award.
1
i Mrs. Kinney is responsible for maintaining all records required to
account for funds of 14 activities with an annual cash turnover
averaging over$400,000.She is the direct supervisor of four clerical-
Military Pegs j 0 ttai type employees and is responsible for the computation of the biweeklyand
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accrued payroll.In
the letter recommending Mrs. Kinney for the award A.M.
A I Carstarphen admin.assistant,said ...her conscientious and diligent
efforts have earned her outstanding performance ratings..she far
exceeds that which is normally required in producing the best qualityof
work.She works with a very high degree of exactness and accuracyand
o J a / 1 i ; is completely thorough in maintaining records."In .
the performance of her duties, the point of view that she con
sistently maintains toward the organization, her job, the other
0 ee Ipllotineiit 0 a / supervisors,associates and working with others is constantly beyond
reproach. She exhibits a high degree of enthusiasm, pleasantness,
e
The mother of four,Mrs.Kinney has a busy life away from her job.She .
0 e e s iccowht wiciaj plays an active role in the Orange Park community,is one of the
top lady bowlers in the area and participates in gardening fishing and

or artization and yaUWmt boating. .





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to be STORAGE PROBLEMS?

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CPamily-" R" Furniture Boats Cars, etc.
YOUR OWN DOOR AND KEY
WITH 24hr.ACCESS
MONTHLY RATES OR LONGER

CPIlSTCPEDE JACKSONVILLE STOR-IT PARK

. 6281 POWERS AVE. PHONE 737.9644

savings' and foaii association 1SHERRY


of Jacksonville a CHILDERS

Savings Insured up to$20,000 by F.S.L.I.C. to'III.' Country-Western
11CONVENIENTOFFICESTOSERVEYOUDOWNTOWN ...
:: 8:30: pm til 1:30: am

SOUTHSIDE BRANCH REGENCY SQUARE BRANCH Cocktail Hour 5.] pm
Adams and Julia 1326 Prudential I Dr. 101 Monument Road ;
PH.354.8443SOUTHWEST PH.3987088DURKEEVILLE PH.7251270UNIVERSITY

BRANCH BRANCH BLVD. BRANCH SPECIAL RATES e T nn per person
Cedar Hills Shopping Center 1815 N.Myrtle Ave. 5631 University Blvd.W. FOR SERVICEMEN O double occupancy
PH.771-0422 PH.356-4175 PH.731-0833 Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge A Dine at Biser's Seafood
Restaurant, ,2SO Beautiful Rooms with TV. Direct Dial Phone,OlympicSwimming
NORTHSIDE BRANCH FIVE POINTS BRANCH BEACH BRANCH Pool, Free Undercover Parking.
Gateway Shopping Center 803 Lomax Street 231 S.Third St.Jax Beach
PH.7655533NORMANDY PH.358-1204 PK.246-4801
JAEKSOmLEMOTOR
BRANCH CLAY COUNTY BRANCH MOBILE OFFICE I
5911 Normandy Blvd. (Coming Soon!) Serving Baldwin HOTEL
PH.181.1383 and Macclenny, Florida 901 Main Street Phone 355-J744
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AMERICAN SEI VICENTE*;
1948 Blanding Boulevard BARTENDER CATERING FOR .
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tMSUUNCI", PHONE 387-0338 -- f'HONlf. OO
t Conventions j Dinner Parties, Private I Parties EkctronlcWhesIBa1J18cMq\
No Fault Insurance For Grand Openings, Wedding Receptions 4 i Total Enalw Ptrformam*"i',
EveryoneDon't M.lyeed Ea.dronlcaIlY'\j<;+.:
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get caught shorL.BUY NOW! 'Call BARSERV, INC. ; FREE CAR WASH *jfr': '. .,
SAHGRCEN' MP$ >:
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO 772.1413 771.9500 771.7308 ,' W1thAtt rvrhtHL:9: :: :')..
Home Office: loomlnQtDl'.lIflf'lOi
::"':' 401 1 HIGHWAY ORANGEVARK';



? John C. Calhoun, USN (Ret.) Phon 771-040
CArgTrv1rdgI' ti ,r or 711-2501
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ALLMILITARY PERSONNEL ;'" -Lerpe; Selection' l'\ot Pabrtc f'ree etimctt /" WE CELL THE BEST: SERVICE THE NCIT"
1438 Cassat Avenue Phone 384 3407 ...::..<' .: 1MO HUBBARD PHONE 355.31&3WIL1 Grant Plaza at 103rd


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NEED YOUR CAR INSPECTED? Featuring EARLY AMERICAN FURNITURE Store .m, DELI RESTA'URANTIMPORTED .

UU1. .. tflrr'tfllW n_ Q.. C: '"1 ...in solid pine' cherry, maple, birch; ITALIAN FOOD!

RED GREENE'S GARAGE ,, -t. 'WHERE FINE FURNITURE ..,
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...A J IH .tQ.2;} t I) CH $ $o -:' .... f"I, SINCERE SERVICE Home of the Hero Sandwich Homemade Pit p.f\.tft
: 4.M(1es: .( South o.r t'AS-titGHWAY 1J-Orange Park I II 1' "i -1i,,,1 .\I; ARE HALLMARKS." P.nloli' COld l :
: .. .,r-'r' ( \ See J. T. STRICKLAND ': HOVRSc; Tues.Thf'rs foam 9pMsFriday 1 .,m."tp"r) ;::"
<:. .Ftt) S rvkf' >Uc nt d Inspectors I '-tI1'I i t USN (Ret) .Saturday 10am.9amSur'day\ Ilia bpnt i Monday 'O.4pm.I;

If. j::;.:. Op n REPAIRS AVAILABLE 'KIISMS BIANIlim; I
l'U1NOR tWHIKI<1 1AM! MUM(}( (

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NEW HOMES MILITARY' DISCOUNTS DRILL A 2" SHALLOW WELL FOR YOUR
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FOR SALE AND .- j i LAWN AND STOP WASTING DRINKING

LOTS FOR RENT! ....-,::: FURNITURE TOP QUALITY APPLIANCES NAME BRAND I WATER ON YOUR GRASS!

Wi soil,deliver setup&si-rvi MATTRESSES HIDE-A.BEDS Call 77],2730SIS
Colony Mobile Home Park & Sales"A ACCESSORIES ORIGINAL, PAINTINGS I TROUT

Full Servile I'.irk', ff Jf L SCOUT
9359 103rd ST. NEAR CECIL FIELDEd na i.J'tlm i Serving Duval DRILLING"*""*,

Stevens, (USN Rel) Sales Manager Owner Floyd Fasktng' '' SHOWROOM AND WAREHOUSE & Clay County COMPANY WELLS
ROCK AND ARTESIAN
Park Office 771-9055 Sales 771-0275BLANOfNa USN(Rat) 4S4tSt.A"'tI"Rd' I ,. in.I
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Wt Aim H"4tHM *si ,Raceu1b. .. .: HORNET GREMLIN ; New Tanks Clean Outs
iAn*VI'''.Jhtf4V WtPer, NIadR4 4 "n
Mile South of Orange Park High 737-3400 O.Homle Dotiabhoy Repairs Filter Beds
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k 1t1t.MIUtaty R.tlrad SOUTHSIDE 1 I AMERICAN 244-4027 294.3840
PHi244$343 opeC) il-6'lVbn.FrtCNsed.We;. end./


ENGINES A TRANSMISSIONS EXCHANGED
EDGEWOOD CURIO SHOP

G ''N 0 RESTAURANT ITALIAN THE REAL CHESS KING OF FLORIDA SPRING MOTORSVOLKSWAGENS

THE BElT SELECTION OF CHESS SETS IN THE SOUTH
103rd & Ricker Road Various woods onyx,brass,Molokai 8, Ivory '
<2 (/')payhe"i Lasgna\ Boneless Chu"Ken Choice. Chess Tables' & Board SALES SERVICE
;, ) / 71 Sele I.n01/ Pi//a
) DISCOUNTS TO MILITARY*
1 Family Bowl of Spaghetti 2849209HIGHWAY
SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH 10 CARDS
1' Draft Beer Dinnerwines
WORLD GLOBES & GLOBE BARS .
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,Eat in.Take Out Phone 772-824 i
SWORDS,$HIELD38. PLAQUES
.q".fl 4PM-IIPM, Frl' Midnight,
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COVE SPRINGS
Mon-Thur Musical Mwmmel'9.Princess Art Pictures 17 GREEN '
Sat 17 Noon UPM Sun 4PM-IIPM 1.\
PIZZA\ GROUPS CLUBS t$9 SO. EDOEWOOD AVE. PHONE 3871JJIOp
WE CATER TO LARGE .n Man.thru Sat.f::30 to 100 .. yr "WALLY" WOLGEMUTH "SMITTY" H.f SMITH \;





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Traffic ViolationsThe


Jax-The Navy Resale Office in
following is a report of Number Moving Violations 4 Y. Brooklyn, N.Y. has recalled two
motor vehicle accidents and This month 213 food items due to suspected
traffic violations to date: Speeding 44 contamination.The .
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSFor Reckless Driving 3 foods are:
Month of March 34 Going through Stop Sign 23 Sixteen-ounce cans of
This month year ago 46 DWI 1 "Champignons De Paris and
Total accidents this year 120 Other Violations 142 Roland" imported French
Total accidents year ago 498 Mushrooms. The recalled codes
Number of injuries this month 4 Fifteen drivers appeared (4a in both brands contain the
Number of injuries this montha before their Commanding Of number 87 as the first number in
year ago 5 ficers. Disposition of the cases I either the first or second line of
include the following: the code.
"Steak-A-Bob" brand beef
Two lost of driving and sirloin steak (chunked and
parking privileges aboard r f skewered, green pepper
station for various times none 4 pimentos and mushrooms ad
WE BUY USEDMOTORCYCLES
assigned to complete MotorcycleD ded), 8 Ibs., 12 oz. total weight,
fensive Driving Course; two Redi Froz Distributing Inc.,
Any Size, Shape, Year Admin. Action; none dismissed, t- Gary, Ind. This product is not
Model or Condition one Article 15 UCMJ; twenty coded and not identified by lot
BUZARD MOTORS fined U.S. Magistrate; eight numbers.
warnings given, eleven of which Persons having either of the
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2144 BLANDING BLVD.
PHONE 387.0551 were military, two Dept. Head above products should return

-- Counsel. ... them_to the place of purchase

Want to
QUESTIONSABOUTIOANS

be a HAM ?

? __u_____ Jax--The NAS Jax
WE'VE ENCOURAGED RECYCLING..Clothesbut this attempt at Amateur Radio Society is

WE'LL ANSWER THEM NAS Jax is not exactly the recommended technique. The Goodwill calling for all persons
Industries pick-up box at the Navy Exchange would have been a much interested in "HAM" radioto
better place to make the deposit. (Photo By Ron Bayles) join the club.
(No names, No safes pitches.) The next meeting has
been scheduled for April 10

Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on We've Changed our Name at 7 p.m. in Bldg. 726.
your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick, but the SERVICE is the Sameat. Don't befuelbh. No fees are required-
courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor ... just a genuine interest in
talk shop unless you want us to. learning or participatingin
Dial FinanceWe ". the club's activities.The .

don't want you to like us just for our money. HONDA club members hopeto
40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 see you there.

5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895 .
=: : : :"' >';i<<"' ::'<=,i<:' .
4721 San Juan Ave. 384-2314 >
Cash to '1' : ; / "
1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764.2583 55'QQQ 6332 BLANDING BLVD. iCLOstOUt SALE&WM :
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Sleiman Lone Star Center PHONE 771-B244 yp l'i : ,: .
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6681 Arlington Rd. 724-9555) ":i::;'"*-f' 'i'?4,r"i: ''>'r. :@/:;> .
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FULL 4 PLY POLY

Wide 71 Series
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:; ., :'Ro.d Gripping Tread Design ill.
:: .:; :, FERGUSON ,:.. : White Wall plus A71x13$1.13 F.E.T

FURNITURE a :: ;. SIZE PRICE FET SIZE PRICE FET
E7lxl4 $17.13 $2.22 5.40x15 $15.42 $1.74
Quality, Early American, traditional F7x1$11.49 $2.37 071x15 $29.92 $260
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071x14 11' $2.53 H7IX15 $20.92 $2 BOL7lx15
[!:] furniture in solid woods of maple, H7lxl4 $20.00 $2.75 $2).0f $3.13
:j if cherry, and oak. Each Item
especially selected.APRIL .

SUPER WIDE "60"


High Raised.White Letters $20 4
1 "40" 2+2 belted
1 % "70" 4 Py! Polyester
Size A60x13
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5-13th < .
( plu $2.24 F ET
'60' SIZE PRICE FET '70' SIZE PRICE FET
10toT5 % off ,I C60xl3F $23.22 S2.45 F70x14 $23.55 $2.57
60x14/ / $24.32$27.91 $3.11$2.90 G70xl4 $24.72 $279$244

L60x14 $32.49 $349 G70x15 $24.97 $2.90H70x13
..on ALL upholstered furniture 060x13 $27.93 $3.11 124.02 $304
L60x 15 $33.71 $3.47
& selected items in solid wood!


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Dear Prospective Customer: II -
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business For seventeen at the years same we location.have been Almost In !Ii III, MAG WHEELS Ii::1 ,I BALANCE

daily someone Is heard saying "Wish We
Had Known You Were Here". Located on lI $11 O 'I FREE
a side street and very little advertising we SET
understand their complaint. So for a startwe 14x7 and 15x7 III With Purchase of
are having a real sale. If you ap- Other sites equally low 111' t New Tlr..nd 1)1)II
preciate Top Quality Early American priced.Get yours today I'Ili This Coupon I
;, (Mounting 8.balancing' extra)!I !
., ... Furniture look us up and come by for a V ..
visit.
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Sincerely, NORMANDYs 14" Nermse y tai+rlR, ? .., ___J$44
Management SOUTHS.DWt 0484 hdvrsity IfW.W.+ .,, .w r _..+....JSUU'
P.S. If you can't find us call 384.3921 for > UC.'NGTONJ mt M* $ st eprlsawrly,6Mra. _.. .7 t1.334
directions. IttV."SIO.I'" Parts ttrMt."__,,. .w__= $'NNHOUttStM4tt'n
"fIHtt$ ht &aM.1p1
Nermandy! per St.MM-Prt 'I"h$. fttla+
The 'other' furniture store where Lakeshore crosses Blanding WEVE SOT A LOT.' +luci'eN OUR TIRES
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..A--: '5039 Timothy Lane/'Jacksonville,- Fla. 321.&/'Phone! 384-3921
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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 9


Harbison ends his career J J

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1I I right back where it began

By Jackie Hunt
Jax-In 1943 Private George Li-_
Harbison left Parris Island and
1 boot-camp for an assignment
with Marine Air Detachment
(MATSG) at newly constructed 'N'
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville.
Thirty and one-half years and
four tours here later, Sergeant- ET
Major George Harbison retired
this week at the same place
where it all began.
The highly decorated Har
bison, a veteran of three wars,
had tours at MAD or MATSG i in
1943, 1963, 1967 and 1970. lie has
held positions in Marine Air,
artillery and has sea service.
Adding a further note of 9 VW

coincidence to the retirement F il ............
ceremony was the fact that
MATSG was also being retired. ..
The ceremony was the final "30 YEARS LATER"-Harbison today hates to retire, but feels that
function for the command.On the youth of today are capable of handling many of the Corps asserted
hand for the proceedingswas problems. He enjoyed being a sergeant-major because it put him in a
retired Colonel Norman +4 yx a position to deal with youth-the enlisted man.
Evans, the first commandingofficer
of MAD and the man in
,
charge when Harbison was attending
the Aviation ElectriciansMate .' .
School in 1943. .

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Harbison says that the past 30 ". i':::' I.'j ." .1iI;! ,
years has been quite an ex perience for him, and that he is :-., I ,
.
not exactly looking forward to .'V":'.. ( t
separating from the service.
Speaking on the subject he said,
"I'd prefer to stay forever, but
there is a time when one has to
step aside. The Marine Corps is -
full of young, energetic,
professionals. I like to think thatI '
had a small part to do with their I. L, '
/
teachings. Although I do hate to \ .'JiJ'"
go, I feel that my goal is ac : .'.t. .

complished.One thing that relieved the / "11' ": 4
pain of leaving the Corps for HARBISON 30 YEARS AGO-Thirty years ago Private George w/w/ \ ( ] / .
Harbison was the belief that he Harbison was assigned to the Marine Air Detachment here. He had
other tours in 1963 1967 and! 1970.
when the
was leaving Corps was
getting its best young Marines.
lie feels that the youth of todayare ta i

Marine capable Corps of standards upholding. all *'rflE' .HAREM, *

He points out, "there is a rY,
a 'tA
difference in the Marine of today Open 4PMI!
and twenty years ago. Back then ALL NEWTOPLESS DANCERS w
all you had to do was tell TOPLESS GO-GO4PM-2AM
someone to dig a ditch. Now you Raised Show Bar
have to tell him why he's diggingthe 10 W. Church St. 358.9678 j .
ditch. He wants to know why
he is digging, because he is more
educated. You can't undersellthe Open for your convenience 8 a.m.-6p.m.
youth." Closed Sunday ,
had *'PICK UP & DELIVERY
He says that the youth a -
great deal t to do with his ROAD SERVICE
remaining an enlisted man instead MECHANIC ON DUTY
of becoming an officer. He AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
says. "I enjoyed being in a NATIONWIDE TRAILERSOne
position to deal with the youth, Way or Round TriprOS''O \ 4j
who are mostly enlisted men. I ::::::::::::::: : : :;: ::: : ': :':': :'': : :::::"
have enjoyed working with them HILL t}
and I probably couldn't have :::: ::::
done this as an officer." UflI6fl I \
So after 30 years, he's turninghis
job over to the youth."HARDEE'S SERVICE CENTER f fi

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SPECIALTY .
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Career in Fast Food
Management in STUDIO

States.Southeast.. Growing United GUITARS FURNITURE

expanding Dynamic Westward.Company.. 'F If 1- 1ieAMPLIFIERS

benefits including GI i -fc INSTRUCTION
top
Sates-Repairs-Rentals 1TtRioR. DESIGNERS
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Bill and Stock Options" Music&Accessories ... .

Write Director: Mr.of Dick Personnel Heatly J I CLOSED WEDNESDAYS AND SUNDAYS I32 PARK AVENUE (HwY 17)

Spartan Food System, Inc. I I GRANGE PARK PH.2-75-31
P.O. Box 3168 ... 5225 LENOX AVENUE PHONE 781.1080
Spartanburg, S.c.29302 (Across from Pizza Inn at Normandy Mall) .
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THERE'S GOTTA BE A WAY THROUGH THIS ZONE Red
Calloway of VP-56 finds his efforts to go inside blocked by Bill Hoffman -
((23)) and Livio Capilla ((22)) despite teammate Larry Rawlins
screening out Art Patterson ((24)).

1974 INTRAMURAL CHAMPS-The intramural basketball champions for 1974 are the HS-11
Dragonslayers. They are (kneeling left to right) Mort McCarthy, Bill Hoffman, Jon Jensen, Dick
Baker, John Taylor, (standing) Robert McCann (injured in the ComTacAirLant tournament
against VP-56)),Art Patterson,Woody Hood,Livio Capilla and Frank Dressen.



I PHOTOS BY VINCE JACKUCENIS I iAtY




S t S Y
C'U lieterln.: .. .,.n'M..oul.....
Cedar Hills Shopping Center a
House of Quality Foods
Phone 771 9223


Every Friday Night is Family NightYour


choice ofCHOPPEDSTEAKorCHICKEN& -_: _
DUMPLINGSplus 119
any 2 vegetables,bread &butter THE BATTLE OF THE BOARDS-Terry Brown of VP-56 and HS-
11's Bill Hoffman are high on the boards scrapping for a rebound.
Brown finished the contest with 20 rebounds,while Hoffman snatched
WE HAVE A VARIETY OF SEAFOOD DAILY'' 13.



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I .. .but HS-II Won in-the-end



Jax--Photographer Vince
Jakucenis covered the finals of
the intramural basketball play.
offs and got a variety of shots
including a team shot of the new ii..f. ,
champions, IIS-11.
ey
The game was full of ex- tik
citement and solid basketball,
with HS-11 coming up on top 76-
66. It was a fitting end to a
sensational season for both
vp, (, Y iy ew squads. VP-56 had completed the
regular intramural season
without a loss, while 1iS-11 had
suffered two regular-season set-
backs, both to the Dragons. _
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However, in tournament play WE'R IN TROUBLE-The Dragons realize they're in trouble and a
the tide would always turn as the time-out called to remedy the situation was an apparent failure. I
y Dragonslayers defeated the Dragons talking it over are Herb Foote ((12)), Ed Sullivan ((22)), Terry
THIS' MINE..HS' Dragons in all four tourney Brown (20)), Wallace Irving (center) and Larry Rawlins.
OlfA? ? -11's John Taylor snatches a rebound with confrontations.The --_--&_-
I no plans letting go. The only' threat to his claim for the rebound 'is
teammate Mort McCarthy. balance of the two squadsis
evidenced by the scores of the
six contests. ItS-ll's wins came w
in the ComTacAirLant tour-
nament by scores of 70-66 in ahx

'(,, .,, double over-time and 68-65 in the
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finals and
0 in the championship
tournament for intramural play
by scores of 81-73 and 76-66.

VP-56 was, in the meantime,
/: winning contests by scores of 90-
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.f". : Since this is 11's first
...: ,. year at
." NAS it
::. : could be developing into
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If... quite a rivalry. But for 1974 the 8, 9, 10. YOU'RE OUT-The Dragons fate is summed up by the officials .
"" final picture of this page tells)] the as they appear to count 56's Harry Robbins a knock-out victim.
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.. .',' ,, ,'f; ." story.. 56 couldn't come out for The Dragons' Larry Rawlins questions the call, while HS-11's John I
".... the final bell. Taylor and 56's Wallace
", Irving! ((11) walk away contented.
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get off his shot despite being surrounded by Mort McCarthy ((21)), Bill
Hoffman ((23)) and Livio Capilla of HS-11's Dragonslayers.

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-We recently received a comment about the numerous dessert
recipes that have appeared in Torrance's Kitchen in comparison to R
the number of meat and vegetable dishes.
This week we have selected a recipe that in addition to not being a
dessert is a real taste treat that is easy on the budget.

Tamale Pie .
INGREDIENTS: 1 pound ground beef, V4 pound pork sausage, 1 4
clove garlic(minced)or a few dashes of garlic powder cup chopped
onion, Vi cup pitted ripe olives, 1 16 oz. can whole kernel corn
(drained), 16oz. can tomatoes, 1V4 teaspoons salt, 2 to 3 teaspoons __ :=_ 4,
chili powder, 1 cup cornmeal (self-rising), 1 cup milk, 2 eggs, 1 cup '' __ ,, r

shredded Set oven cheddar at 350 degrees.cheese.While oven is heating,combine ground beef, +! _
pork sausage, garlic and onions in large frying pan. Cook meat until
meat is well browned and onions are tender. I T __
Spoon out and discard fat. Add olives, corn, tomatoes and
seasonings and bring to a boil. Pour into an ungreased shallow ,' .
dish. :
casserole or baking :u:+ :
Sprinkle top with cheese and bake 50-60 minutes or until golden
brown.
I This recipe is sufficient for 6-8 servings.

LAST SALUTE--EQCM L.B.Tharp(Right),CBU-410's Assistant Offlcer-ln-Charge,renders final
salute as his Naval career comes to an end. Joining Master Chief Tharp are TUg(| ) R.A. Howell,
CBU-410 skipper,and Capt. D.J. Childers,NAS Jax XO.VP18 .
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EARN H a tornado threaten your home the
+ Red Cross lays the safest place is a
(0 storm cellar Otherwise uw the southwest .
corner of a basement! or a cKxct in the southwest .
we1I planning corner of the home or lie in a ditch if there
is no nhilier.Open windows and doors on the side
uf the house away from the storm lo equalise air
i AnU.J70 I reunionJaxThe preoure!


E "FlyingPhantoms" FRIENDLY, RELAXED&
of VP-18 planto QUIETATMOSPHEREIDEALLY car insurance
hold their annual
= Time Certificates Of Deposit:: : reunion June 22 in the -n1mmm LOCATED FOR value anywhere

(5000.00 MINIMUM) N Jacksonville area.
CECIL FIELD,N.A.S.
Anyone interested in
iB helping to make the CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, Frank H. Tally
= ISSUED BY MULTIBILLION DOLLAR U.S. BANKS CHURCHES AND
reunion success is invited -
100 M TRUST ACCOUNT PARTICIPATIONS"The = to attend a planning SHOPPINGAREAS C.LU.
Safest In The World" meeting tomorrow at 7 m't .e r.M -
p.m.at Fleet Reserve Club Take 103rd to FirestoneRd. 1645 Cassat Ave.

: INSURED UP TO $20,000 BY FDIC. = 91 For on Collins additional Road. information Past., Turn Forrest South High 2 Blocks School. Ph. 384.2226

Subject; to effective rate at time of depos; contact AXC
= = Bill Lewis a tExt. 2980 (COLONIALFOREST like a goodneighbor sun PAIN
CONTACT D. J. ( Pete) EVERS during normal working eState

: Evers & Associates, Inc. = hours. there.INSUUNC Farmis 4

= BOX 757ORANGE : -_...._-
R. OF THE PEOPLE 5928 FIRESTONE ROAD tun ray. UUTUU lUTOuouit.IMUIUCIcourm
PARK, FL 32073 771-6666 .NODI OMICI.:itoouncioii.m.R&S .
BY THE PEOPLE
I PHONE AC No. ((904)) 264-4400 I AND FOR ,

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SHORT ON CASH ? RENTING? COMPLETE* MECHANIC AUTO CARE ON! DUTY


TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR...... AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS


CLEARANCE SALE CAR WASHAsk TEXACO H1"-!

Ed about our FREE LUBE!

REPO'S! $150 DOWN ED STEPHENS,Owner
4851 SAN JUAN AVENUE PHONE 389-9414
SEE THESE QUALITY HOMES:
(Corner of Cassat&San Juan)
Schult Dolphin Craftmade

*Oakbrook Zimmer Coventry

Montebello FestivalBank

Financing! Low Down Payment! B
Easy Terms! 24 Hour Credit Approvals! \J

Parking Space is Arranged For!
COAST TO COAST BUYERS SAVINGS FOR YOU! 11CWSIIS WILCOMIO
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OPEN 9-8MON.-FRI. S SAT., 12.5 SUN. ( Nautical Accessories Gifts

ASKABOUT II BANK (7 BOATS,MOTORS,CANOES

OUR __ PAYMENTFAMOUS -C.: _:) Trojan,Slickcraft @
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1v.1uo11t
fOB( NOT DUE FOR R X-.f Starcraft,Grumman
RENTAL 160 DAYS p \N C. j
+ \t\ 1Aa1AM11 MI.t
PURCHASE FROMPURCHASE
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PLAN l _.a, PHONE 3l7.44,,(Open Sundays)
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JOHN HOOK USN (RET.) MGR. Pier t>6 Franchised Marina
Yacht Broker Wet Storage-Marin.Hoists-Huu Service
10607 ATLANTIC BLVD. 7212444 Expert Engine StrvIU-Out oardStern Orlvc.lnboardI

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o aa CALL: 387.3566 Movie Schedule



AdS should be mailed to arrive not later than
Tuesday for
arriving too late for this deadline will be publication the following Thursday. Ads
published
strutted Otherwise the fOllowing week unless the Publsher; is In. ...
A check or money order for .he cost of the ad must be received WITH the ,. - - - - -...; ,

RATE: minimum charge(3lines( ) ..$2.00 Per copy. HERO" Melodrama, StarringJeff

Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO., 4S65SHIRLEY additional line ((4 words per line) ...SOc Thursday. April""WESTWORLD" Bridges and Valerie Perrine."PG" .
AVE..
-- JACKSONVILLE 32210 Drama, ((95 min.)
I Starring Yul Brenner and
Monday, April
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[ ':::?iuEMPLOYMENrj: = I 18FT, Cobia.BOWRIDER 165 NEW CHALET HOME Richard Benjamin. "PG" (89 "THE GODFATHER" Action
1.0. 80
hrs full 3BR., 2BA., Carpeted CH&A, 1 acre min.). Drama Marlon
Brando
canvas trailer, Starring
private
party. $4,295. on St. Johns River, $45,000 with good
AIRCRAFT WORKERSAll Evenings 8 weekends. 7715221. terms. 2849247.1ACRE Friday,April and Al Pacino. "R" ((175 min.)

type aircraft experience con. "WHAT'S UP DOC" Comedy, Tuesday,April 9
sidered. Immediate openings. In. MO.HO. CENTRAL AC SYSTEM Barbra Streisand and
LOT WD WIDE TRAILER Starring "BARON BLOOD" Horror
from 8:00 AM.400
terviews : P.M. Paid
Mon.-Frl. mos. old.orig.7721827.$750. will sell for $495. 10 Unfurn. 3BR., 2BA., $22,000,172.7317, Ryan O'Neal. "G" ((94 min.) Starring Joseph Cotton and Elke
or 7812620.
AERO CORPORATIONLake Saturday, April Sommer. "PG" ((91 min.)

City Airport CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS "THE SLAMS" Action Drama, Wednesday, April 10
Lake City, Fla. Ph. 17527911.An J L RENTALSORANGE :> f
LEFT UNCLAIMEDJUST <: Starring Jim Brown and Judy "DEAF SMITH AND JOHNNY
Equal Opportunity Employer
Singer RELEASED Pace. "R" ((90 min.) EARS" Western, Starring Anthony
Zig Zag Sewing machines 1973 PARK
model, almost like new. Zig Zags 2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dish Sunday,April 7 Quinn and Franco Nero.

8 A.M.PART. 12-TIME Noon JANITORIAL or 5 P.M. 10 JOB P.M. designs appliques, monograms, etc. washer, Drapes Carpets, Elizabeth "THE LAST AMERICAN "PG" ((92 min.)
Apts.
Left unclaimed, customer left area 771.1405 or 7713355.
$2.10hr.355-2741. ROYAL SERVICES.
cannot locate. Pay balance $62. eachor

PARTOR FULL TIME assume $9. per month payments.Will 3BR., 2BA SWIMMING House, over POOL 2,000 sq. ft. COME TO COLONY .. ..It- '
take trade, Phone 731.0255. Will l
MECHANICSAfternoons deliver, no obligation. Central AC, >/4 Acre fenced yd. Avail. CHECKOUT .... ,,
Saturdays or Full-time May 1Sept. 15, $375.Mo. 7379560. THESE RECENT .
Jax Top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply In ,
person to Mr. Foster, NIMNICHT I L REAL ESTATE r 2MENONLY ARRIVALS ", ',:<,:<,:,.:.: :>." "

CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat Duplex, newly painted 2BR., W. BRAND NEW ALL 1974'sl!
TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo
Avenue. Washer
,
completely furn., water 8.
up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile
garbage furn., $150. Mo. Must sign a SKYLINE
GREATJOBEarn radius Cecil Field 81 1.295 $2,00000 to years lease. 186.7915.2BR.,2BA.APT.ON.
$50-$75 per wk., working part. 3000.00 per acre. Prices are far 12x54 BR Country Colonial... $4995

time calling on single girls. Earn below near-future values. Call Tony OCEAN BARRINGTON12x64
more with Incentive plan. Must be George, 389.5514, Eve. 7711976.
Unfurn., All elect. kit. CH&A, ex- BR Front Kitchen... $7550
sharpl I Phone 7213600. WYNNE REALTY FLORIDA elusive area. Security Guard.

Realtors Soecialist Available May 1st. 15 Min. from CONCORD

GETTING READY TO RETIRE?? WE BUY EQUITIES Mayport Naval Base. Call aft. 5:30: 12x60 2 BR Front Living Room... $6750

Or Just Getting Out? Louise T. Bailey P.M. 3888152. CONCORD12x65
Why not Investigate a new career with
Broker 771-3605
the oldest, largest, and most -- I. MOBILE HOMES 3 BR Front Kitchen... $7200

respected security company In the FOSHEE REALTY CONCORD .
world. Full time positions are Immediate cash for your equity, none JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
too large or too small. 12x65 BR 1 13/ Bath Front& Rear BR.$7295WE
available as security officers with 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS Clean modern

uniforms opportunities and for equipment advancement.furnished.All 388-1581 Broker trailer and apts. 389-3007. PAY YOUR FIRST MONTH'S LOT RENT

Free life Insurance, Paid vacationsand FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS CUSTOM BLT.MOBILE HOMES WHEN YOU BUY ONE OF THESE GREAT'7C'SI

profit sharing to those who CONTACTJoe TOYOUR SPECIFICATIONSFHA Bring This Ad to...
qualify.APPLYPINKERTON'SOF. Roplak (RET. NAVY) Realtor. financing low Own. pymt., low
FLA. Associate Representing mo. pymts. 772-7171. COLONY MOBILE HOMES9359103RD

4040 Woodcock Dr., Suite 108 Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors LET YOUR RENTBE STREET PHONE 771.0275
Phone 391-7)17 OFFICE: 771-8036 RES 781. 7715
YOUR DOWN PAYMENT 3 miles W.of 295 on 103rd St.Near( Cecil Field)
Equal Opportunity Employer DEPOSIT REQUIRED

NEWHOMES10MIN.NASMandarin SUMIT MOBILE HOMES

BARTENDER PART-TIME Meadows South St. Johns 5210 Phillips, Highway,733-9422
Apply In Person, The Still 4506 San Co. Beautiful 3 & 4 BR. Brick Homeson BRING THIS AD FOR $100.OFFWEBUYANDSELL
Juan Ave. 3844756. Lg.shaded lots. Priced with you In
mind.Mid.$40's. Conv. Terms. Big Chief Say:

NEEDED PART-TIME ADAIR REALTY REALTOR,711.5817 GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES
'
Max Factor make-up Advisor 8. Inventory Phone 388-4619 GET TH E....
VA
controller. To cover Jax. area USE YOUR
bases. Great opportunity for well 3BR. Concrete Block Fenced. Wired r TRANSPORTATIONWANTED I

groomed lady that enjoys working for dryer. Plus range 8. refrigerator. SUPER
r
with public. Contact: Betty Holt 8090 $15,500.
Atlantic Blvd. Apt.C401 Jax., Fla. VANSANDT, REALTOR 389-3549 MOTORCYCLES

32211. 7213597. Any shape, size, year, model or MAO 'b0'Strong
SUMMER CABINSIN condition. 3870551.

1 < MISCELLANEOUS I IA THE SMOKIES '67 VW
: :::, Near Cherokee & Bryson City, N.C.
AC, radial tires, fresh-paint-sky blue, 4 ply al -nylon .
Paved Roads, Good Water, Beautiful
recorded message by $750., 282.4248 aft. 6 P.M. or 2825316.
Scenery. For Permanent or Summer
SCOTT EDWARDSTells Extra wide
Homes. Jax. Beach, Phone 246-8383 or
'
you how to be a 65 CADILLAC FLEETWOODNew
BRYSON City, N.C. Phone 4882714.1ACRELOTSON 9 rib tread
DISC JOCKEY Insp. Sticker, New brakes 14

Call 355.2944 any hour. Approved for mpg.. Full power $750., 7727673.NOMONEYNEEDED f I
Bold raised
veterans. Columbia School of ( *

affiliated Broadcasting.with CBS San Francisco.Inc. Course Not by Also Rlvervlew ST.JOHNS lots 24 RIVER Mi. S. of NAS, 1965 Pontiac Tempest, good transp. 'l white letters i

57,000.512,000, owner will hold Mortg. $295. or low mo. pay. financing
home Full W series
study.
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___ 2849247. arranged. 3886422. I

LIVE CRABSWliford's dimensionsInstant N i
Fish Camp RETIREMENTOR INVESTMENT 1968 FORD WAGON a

_ 364-9707 70 Acres, old farmhouse, Barn 8-Pass. Cty. Sdn., PS, PB, 81 AC, one response
$70,000,29 percent Down, Bal. 10 yrs 8 owner, excel. cond.,$950. Call 771-3142 '
and
AUTOAIR COND.SERVICEAlso percent 13 Acre Pond 4BR, 2 Bath aft.4:00: P.M. control

home Central units & window HomeFRED
AC, Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 388-5141. SACKETT-REALTOR NOCASH NEEDED /

Starke 1-964-6522, Nlte 14681753. 1968 Chrysler HT, Cold Air, $595. or A60xl3660x14........... 19.95.. 2.02 FET
-. arranged, 388-
financing
low mo. pay.
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER ,

Responsible party take up paymentsof 6422. ............ 24.95+ 2.90 FETL60x14.
$7.00 per month. Rayfield's 6437 If your rooms '68 FURY III 4

Wilson Blvd., 772-8936. PS AC, AT, 5 Stl. Bltd. rdls., excel. '
27.95
NEARLY NEW look tired or cond., $700. 68 Judson Clr. O.P. 264- ........... + 3.49 FET


Complete RESTAURANT layout, all EQUIPMENT or any part of, hopeless call 8973. I967IMPALASS2DR..HT G60xl51.60x15........... 24.95 + 2.96 FET 4
384.567 or 2468383.
us for help.We'll Vinyl roof, bucket seats. No
UPHOLSTERYOf Cash Down. Low Mo. pymt. 3580881. 28.95
........... + 3.47 FET
all kinds, furn., car seats boat send youa
tops, dt aperies-Interlor decorating NO MON EY DOWN Passenger Tin Cuaranlee
69 Impala V 8, Auto & Air, 2DR HT,
reasonably done because no overhead decoratorfree. .Curate if md il n*tea*IN!UN Hi if Its! iripul bet H tw 1 labs n i*it NTtfiM. ,;;
354-7991 Eve. Retired Navy Man. Low mo. pymt. 3580881. .rt>m lint w njx..cUrm M.*.hr tM brevet.. M i twit SIX,tf,ttttumttri
CImIta.1a.
NEWZIGZAGSEWINGMACHINEJust .
out of layaway. Someone to -o rsaw-------Nr i4 rend sex Ml hr i ipclTM MkM if.Bfct\\ntt nn nt is flu priri 1 1wi
assume pymts. $68 Cash or $9.20 mo. PHONE 388,8535 I rtplKt\ CUr|.|to II*>n nH H I pr e rata rtw il lOs sanest prat.phi tu J:;
CIII..a.I mieln sad.ati
Call 3895591. ._ Penneys I I I

JEANS PROFESSIONAL I
DANCE ACADEMY Custom /
I
Westconnett 103rd & Orange Park,
Bellair Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe Decorating at I -

Jazz, Hula, Tahitian, Baton & I
Acrobatics. Register Now, 771-2521, Cedar Hills. I r_ 1249-1251 King St. I

771-5464, 778-3655, Children 8. Adults. I Jacksonville Florida 32204

771-6361 I WANTEDUSED I

GEORGE'SKENNELS
Dogs& Cats Boarded I CAMERAS AND .
Pick-Up & delivery service since 1925. jCPenney I EQUIPMENT. PAY 11220 LEM TURNER R D. (Corner Dunn's Avenue) 7655511PAGE
I
Grooming, training 4 shipping. what I TOP DOLLAR-388.8535
Visitors welcome. Bankamericard 8. We know 'V 'V
for. W1THYQV1( ,
Mastercharge honored. Off I 1-10 Near you're looking .. IflK/NG: TIUS-Ap! iI
.Casses. .. '" -. Lrwrsi..iiwerg----
Aved...Ed9ewooct.Avg, '- r -" --
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.v.<.>".:..................mNo"....'. ....,.. ..._'. ....... ... ........... ... .... ".. ..... ... ..:." ;:::::: 14' Fiberglass V-Bottom BOAT, 1971 FURY I lAC, PB, BS Small
40 HP Elec. Start Johnson 286 Engine Tinted Glass ((1)f)

THE Flee-T MARKET Motor, Gator Trailer All Good Owner White Vinyl top, 4 Door

] Condition, New Battery $450 Good Rubber, New Brakes must

A FREE PERSONAL WAN t AD SERVICE Ext. 2922 RM2 Johnson see to appreciate 778-3421
for Military and Civilian Employees c'f NAS Ju and NAS Cecil Field : ..........
... I
.------- ----...----------..---- .,I Family Room with masslvej i I have 8 different designed one

: FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM I II I fireplace and fully equipped ounceSOLIDSILVER I INGOTS
electrical kitchen highlight this Sale. Collector's Items. Priced to
'I
FOUR BEDROOM HOME for Sell $8.9 each. Call 388.1196
(ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS)
i I only $34,750.00. 264'8655

I :. SAILBOAT, 12' "Sea Devil"

CI I Unique Hand-Crafted Sewing Sloop Sail Area 65 sq ft,

CI Machine CREDONZA. Burmese Fiberglass & Polyurethane

I Teak, Mediterranean Style, with construction, Detachable Rudder

Formica Work Surface, Chair, & daggerboard $125.00 Phone 264

SINGER GOLDEN TOUCH 264. 8070

I TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW .1 8365

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. ACCORDIAN, Latosca Biv1ano88

I I II For Sale-Professional Trap by Gretach Italian 120 Bass, 7

I DRUM SET, Pearl Brand. Barely Treble & 3 Bass shifts Orlg.

Used, Immaculate Condition Call $900.00 Sell $350.00 Phone 264 8070
I Name Office or activity to which assigned 264.5378 after 3PM
II
I I 1968 SIMCA 4DR, 4spd. 33 mpg,
1959 CHEVY PICKUP- Recent New Tires 1975 Insp. sticker
I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature r
Engine Work. Good tires and paint has faded. .$495.00

1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested ie: Full I many other new parts 1974 Fla Dependable transportation.Gaines .
I military or civilian: employee: personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I Tag $550 or Best Offer 282-5770 X3067
ri 1 I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature grade or rank.rate, office or activity I
to which he is assigned and office telephone. This
FrIgidaire WASHERand DRYER 1972 CAMARO, AC.PS,
I 2. Free advertising in the 'Vlee-T MARKET" Vinyl
information is for authentication only and your ad
I will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housingfor should be worded independently of this Information. $150.00 Call 772-1566 after 5 p.m. top Exc. Cond. $2500 Chief
personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell or on weekend Shoemaker 772-3072
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to .
S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear in '
and from work announcements of educational
I the 'following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads
courses offered by nonprofit organizations or 1973 Harley-Davidson SPORT Coldspot 15 cu. ft
arriving after that date will be placed in the
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be ac STER
XL
for
Sale-Only 6 months REFRIGERATOR Excellent
following week's edition. Ads will be run only onetime '
cepted only If the words "PCS" (for military), or
unless resubmitted as prescribed above. old-Completely Stock2000. or Condition $100.00 387.2316
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the 1
Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the best offer Ext. 3925
.. calls will be '
No phone accepted regarding
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied 1967 VW VAN Rebuilt engine
i "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR
by the word "Free" NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide 2 REFRIGERATORS for Sale Keystone mags and road hugger
'
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. Asking $60.00 each. Two Door in tires. Perfect running condition

"Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed Very Good Condition Single Door Asking $1300 Call Robertson 778
in each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No
1 in Excellent Condition Phone 264 0777
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be
accepted. 4726 ..........
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T 72-73 FORD VAN ECONOLINE6cyl
'
MARKET" Editor CO JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 1, .. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a Zenith 21" PORTABLE TV Auto Radio 16,000 miles
NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville. Florida 32212 business or which do not meet the above '
$2700 778.2630 Eve & Weekends
with stand set
complete gives
OR requirements will be rejected. The publisher
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor. C-o AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. excellent reception asking $75.00
111. NAS Cecil I Field Florida 32215. These forms I Home 772.1604 Work 772.3067 Jim '71 DUSTER 34021,000 miles-

r Ir r ---------------_-------s fa--------------------. Mullaney Dented Fender and Door-$1,200

For Rent: Riverside Area, 2 1973 HARLEY DAVIDSON 74, For Sale: CAMPER SHELL, 3844872

BEDROOM HOUSE Un- Black with lots of chrome, PRl with cabinets over cab, Couch 3 RUGS withpadsperfect; 1 year

furnished. Prefer Navy couple.No Hubbard, Cecil Ext. 8161 or 786- (Makes Bed) Icebox, Carpet. old-Dishwasher, works perfectly.Air 6.00.15 VW TIRES- Four each. .
Pets. PH 387.0161 4938 after 6 786-4133 or Cecil X 507 (Chief CONDITIONERS23pOO! ; onRims
Mounted with Hub Caps,
Harris) $500.00 5,000; 5,000. All cool fine. '
15000 ml. off 73 sedan CWO
Bedroom Chair -pink 264-2085
GUITAR $7, 5 String Banjo $35, Kaufman Cecil 506-507
7" Reel to Reel NURSES UNIFORMS (4)( )-Size 12 G.E. ELECTRIC STOVE $40.00
Speargun $10,
Voice of Music TAPE RECOR- & Size 7'/2 shoes worn 4 months.All Fedders 14,500 BTU Air Con For Sale.Two Wheel UTILITY

DER. Call LCDR Forhan Ext. 163 in good condition. $20.00 389- ditioner & Heater $75.00 220 AC TRAILER- foot x 6 foot-Very 18,500 BTU Sears AIR CON

or 264-9616 after 5PM 7291 after 4:30: $100.00 Fedders 4,000110 AC BTU Good Condition. 771-7184 DITIONER $130.00 9x12 Cym

Air Conditioner, Ext 397 SHAG RUGS for best offers 264
Maytag APARTMENT SIZE 1356

1972 TOYOTA PU R&H Mag 1973 12'x65' with Extras, All Setup '251n. B&W TV Early American WASHER, Avocado Green.

Wheels Clean EXC Condition on Rented Lot. Small Equity & Console $75.00 161b. BOWLING Excellent Condition. Almost

$1895 Call Mrs. Covington Ext 205 84.14 a month FERN PH2 Cecil BALL $10.00 Ext. 2674 or 5 NAS Newl Was $206 new, must For Sale: Rattan COUCH with

Cecil or 389-7291 Ext 348 Jax sacrifice for only $145 Moving! two matching chairs and end

778-1399 tables. Excellent for den or

Florida room. $150. 772.1149

Motorcycle HELMET, metallicred

size small, worn once. $10.00 24' TROJAN CABIN CRUISER

Call 771-0859 after 1600. Recently Rebuilt Eng. and Trans.

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Teak Decks, Galley Head. Sleeps
For Sale: 1973 COBIA BASS
Four, Excellent Condition
BOAT (Loaded) Lots of Extras.
throughout 264 8974
\ Everything you need for Boatingor

t:. Fishing 771.3211 Ext.660

-S I .. MONEY 1974 PINTO SEDAN, 4,000 miles
For Sale 2 Shetland Ponies, 1 Stereo FM System with 8 track

Pinto gelding 1 Mare $70 for both tape player $2,200 Phone 264 0429

will sell separate 772-2591 or 284- after 4:30"New"Craig:
9440 Lucas

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Spacious HOME: Nine double lot Floor Mounted Auto

with attached rental income 8-TRACK TAPE PLAYER with 2

t apartment. Murray Hills $30,000 5" Speakers $50.00 Campbell 771

r Call LCdr. Stover 772-3584 or 389- 3211 ext 676, 398.3736 after 5pm &
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Williams 7.5 H.P.
FISHING
HEMLOCK EXTERIOR DOORS
MOTOR with stand.
with Locks and Hinges. 63 Piece Excellent
Condition $225.00 Cash. Ph 384
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I Pilots, controllers reach rapport I


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By Lt(Jg) Tom Jemison however, appearing more like a they could anticipate from the
ad VP.56 PAO. set from a science fiction movie. pilots while under radar control.
Jax-In an effort to promote In it the pilots saw how air trafficin They also saw maximum per-
aviation safety through improved different sectors of the formance climbs and descents,

understanding. between pilots and Jacksonville area is handled and observed the common
controllers, VP-5G has recently safely and efficiently through the practice of shutting down one of
.M conducted an exchange program use of millions of dollars worth of the aircraft's four engines whilein
with Jacksonville's TRACON, or radar scopes and some of the flight for the purpose of fuel
Terminal Radar Approach latest computer systems economy, a procedure peculiarto
Control. available. They were able to the Patrol Aviation Com
A TRACON is the Federal listen in on the pilottocontrollerradio munity.
Aviation Administration (FAA) conversations and were
facility charged with the hand- shown how aircraft are tracked Once the work in the trainingarea
k. 4 ling of IFR air traffic in the and passed from one controllerto was complete, the aircraft
i Jacksonville area during the another as they transited the returned to the Jacksonville area
arrival and departure phases of various control sectors. where the controllers were ableto
: 'y a flight. This responsibility has The surprisingly large numberof observe aircraft handling by
grown in magnitude recently contacts appearing on the radar controllers from the pilot's
with the arrival of the helicopter radar scopes proved that this point of view. After several

squadrons here at NAS was a demanding job, one in precision approaches .to NAS
Jacksonville, the S-2 Tracker which pressure and mental Jacksonville, and some non-
squadrons at NAS Cecil, and the strain are a constant factor. The precision instrument approachesto
increasing tempo of operationsat confidence and obvious Jacksonville International, the
"THE RADAR ROOM looked like a set from a science fiction the Jacksonville International professionalism of the con- aircraft made its final landing to
I movie." It consisted of computer systems handling air traffic in Airport. trollers left the pilots feeling a let the controllers off.
different sectors of Jacksonville The increase in density of air little more at ease about being in
traffic has brought about an their hands during conditions of The exchange program has
... 'i increase in the number of low visibility. been completed, and is con-

.' "if"pJ". 1-.,.." ,"; M' Wf,, .< complaints by pilots concerningwhat After these TRACON tours had sidered to be a success from the
,
; : .i> ', ,' """". .r:;, they considered poor gotten underway it was time for point of view of safety. The pilotsin

:..' handling by controllers.Whether the controllers to receive their the squadron are more easily
real or imagined, these unsafe introduction to military aviationin able to anticipate the actions of
situations were unacceptable, the P-3C. After a pre-flight the controllers. The controllersseem
and the exchange program brief, covering the planned to better understand what

.- worked out by Lt. Rick Kirkland, maneuvers in the improbableevent the pilots need. Most importantof
the squadron Flight Officer,was of an emergency, the all, the squadron's Aviation
seen as a way to help alleviateany controllers boarded a VP-56 Safety Officer has heard fewer
possibility of a mishap aircraft and were flown to a complaints concerning air traffic
.
'. caused by misunderstandingbetween training area just off the coast. controllers, and any time a
pilot and controller.The There they saw the normal program gives that man less to
program began with VP-56 performance of the P-3C that do, it has to be a success! -

w sending groups of about seven

Y pilots over to the FAA facility at ) GOOD THRU APRIL 20, 1974
Jacksonville International ;I
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Airport. On arrival the pilots
10
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were given an overview of three DISCOUNT '

TRACON operations and had an .
opportunity to voice their ll I e ; Bring this ad and get a
complaints about air traffic 10% discount on any
controllers to a crew supervisorwho muffler and pipe installation.
THE CONTROL TOWER provea TO oe a more ta mi liar surroundingfor could do something about pV .,;:...- i .
Naval Aviators.They felt that there was a definite advantageto
the
them. As it turned out the pilots The Solution to
seeing things from the other man's vantage point. li
were not the only ones who had Noise And Pollution
scores to settle, and the supervisor We do custom pipe bend
of ing and can give you a ; -1
out examples
brought .
ADAYLATE&ADOLLAR lifetime muffler warranty ;; __ .
inattention on the part of civilian
on most foreign cars.
and military pilots that made the
SHORT? life of a controller: sometimes Muffler Shops

hectic.
Not us.Saturday We're and open pay from maximum 8 AM to interest 6 PM.on. .savings Mondaythru After the discussions the pilots i 9650 Lem Turner Rd 768-5144

FREE checking accounts no minimum. Postage- were divided into two groups and 6416 N. Main St. 765-1081
paid bank-by-mail.. given tours of the control tower 5466 W. Beaver St. 7819090g
and the radar control room. The
The Bankers with People Hours
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"THE FABULOUS FLAMINGOES" will be at Hancock Hall tomorrow night. Buy your tickets
early and save.


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COUNTRY SINGING STAR David Houston will be entertaining at L AT THE CLUBS ...with Mike HansenEnlisted
the NAS Jax CPO Club April 11 from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Tickets are
now on sale at the club for$3 per person.FINANCING .
Mcns Club Not too many years ago, there from 9 p.m. until 2 a.m.
Does anyone remember the was a wild, fun-filled club They'll do three shows: one at
"Blue Jackets Inn"? Well, I located right on the very spot 9 p.m.,11 p.m.and again at 12:30:
AVAILABLE ertainly do. occupied by the Enlisted Mens a.m.Their fine back-up band will
Club. The change of name, size fill in the gaps between shows
L FOR E-2's AND ABOVE and decor of the club have been with fine sounds of their own.

going on since 1970. Cost for the show i is just $2.50
WE HAVE CARS FROM... Surplus The most recent change has for advance tickets and $3 at the .
been the dropping of en- door.

295 to $5000 tertainment on Saturday nights, CPO Club
auctionslated effective April 13. The reason is I'm just amazed at the amount

SPORTS COMPACTS LUXURIES unknown, but low patronage and and high quality entertainmentand
the patrons' actions might, have food offered at the CPO Club:
a00fEVElT caused It.Support. seven nights a week of music
e :: your club and its featuring just about every type of
j i .: UZARDMOTOR management. The prices can't music one would want to hear.
Jax-A bid sale of --
spot
eater B be beat anywhere. Saturday brings us two
_i' : CO. government surplus Tomorrow's entertainmentwill features. The first will tingle
property has been be provided by "Soul your tastebuds.For the first time
CIC'L IILD \ scheduled for April 11 Treatment". They hail from ever at the CPO Club, "Bombay
2 Locations to Serve You starting at 9 a.m. at the
2144BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE 388-5004 Jacksonville and sound very Fried Frog Legs" will be
500 NORMANDY BOULEVARD PHONE 786-9310 Property Disposal Office solid. Saturday night, the heavy featured. If you like fried
(Bldg. 174)). sounds of "Ice House" will be on chicken, you'll fall completely in
The sale will consist of tap from 9 to 1. Remember, the love with this new Saturday
274 used and unused items, brew is easy on the pocketbookand feature.
including trucks, sedans, snacks are always available. The second feature is a new
aircraft fuel tanks, office Hancock Hall group. "Teddy Washington" on
desks, stoves, battery Fantastic is the only word I can trumpet and his fantastic group,
chargers and much more. use to describe this week's en- "The Entertainers", will
These items are on tertainment.
sound
produce a contemporary
display for your inspection Thursday brings the.jazz-rock for everyone. Give them a big ,
Monday through Friday sound of "Barbary Coast" from9 welcome.
from 8 a.m. to 2:30: p.m. at p.m. until midnight. Officers Club
the Property Disposal Tomorrow features the Mr. Kamen, a man of many
Office. fabulous "Flamingoes" With 10 talents and the O'Club manager,
1JJtef For additional information solid gold records and many has outdone even himself. He's
on the sale, call night club and TV appearances brought-you the Navy's best:
M.R. Hodges at 7722411. under their belt, the Flamingoeswill "The J.O. Cage"A
be the special entertainment special place of interest at
& the "Cage" is the Unisex Room
.i (for further details, stop at the
Cage and ask Jackie).
The Cage is open Wednesday
through Friday from 3:30: to 8:30:
1Bnttle p.m.

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I Trojan's 226Jax and Ed Nvseth 604 lead bowlers I

Ed Nyseth of the J
Barracks
"team and the Buds taking three from from the Wreckers with
Finance Office Women's Lib to a sweep of
Navy third place Rebels
(NFO) team in the the National met last in ADCOPS. FICEUR 5 with her 201 the support of a 209 game I

American Bowling League week with the League Rebels AMERICAN Bruce LEAGUE game; and Help took three from Carlos Swain.

had the top series in the moving into a tie for helped lead Harley's the 221 Marine game See page 19 for bowling standings
NAS intramural leagueslast second with
the Marines Barracks
to three wins
week as he led the when
wayto they took three
over the Sea in the
three wins over the Red games. American League Kings last OUT .OF 5TGWT *

Barons with a 604 series The fourth place Pin week; Harold Foster '
that included games of 217 busters rolled two mat rolled GO GO DANCERS
a 200 to lead the
and 203. High game in the ches, winning four againstthe Hurricanes to three wins All *
intramural leagues Topless
was Batmen and three against the league leading
claimed by Leona Trojanof against the SplitmakersNo. Busch Leaguers; NFO BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS
the Dirt Balls in the 2 team. Gil Wagi came used Nyseth's big games t \\11AM til 2 AM Dally
Atlantic League when she with 223 t 1080 Cassat Ave. 388-9016
up a against the and series to take three
toppled the pins to the tune Splitmakers and a 205 from the Red Barons; the
of a 226 game when her against the Pin Busters Texaco Stars used a 214 by
team split with the Bat while Vince Odenbrett Al Murphy and Williard
NEWEST
men. Other top scorers rolled a 203 against the Martin's 201 and 571 seriesto IN CONCEPT
and team results for the Batmen. split with the Late APARTMENT LIVING

five intramural leagueswere Todd Sikes rolled gamesof Chargers; and the second I 23 BEDROOM, I AND 2 BATHS .y'
as follows: 213 and 203 and Peter place PSSSSST team took Spacious rooms, wide windows, AIA 1w1X
central heat & air cond. Private
ATLANTIC LEAGUE Blackwood rolled a 203 to three from the Mad Foxes patios,sundecks,swimming pool M ti
There were only three lead HC-2 No. 1 to a sweepof No. 3 team with Dan Ryon and party room. r'
matches rolled in the the Batmen while the helping the Foxes salvageone 264-8102
Atlantic League last week Rotor Heads were led to game with his 207. I' 1800 KINGSLEY AVE.
but those three matches their sweep of the Gutter CONTINENTALLEAGUE DIRECTIONS: Between
Standing Blvd. & Orange Park
resulted in ten 200 games Rats by John Ryan and his Minutes away via new :1295.

and eight of those came in 216 game and 575 series. The Docs swept four =
one match. PACIFIC LEAGUE from the Screwballs with a

The big match occured Action in the Pacific the aid of a 202 from John

when the first place Mad League found the High Leist and a 218 from Lewis

Foxes No. 1 team took on Lifers sweeping four from Jacobs; the first place
the Six Packs and left HC-2 No.2; the CPOs GEMS used Len Crowder's nOW Leo/ing

their opponents with only taking three from the Mad 200 game to full advantageby

one win. The 200s bowled Foxes No. 2; the Trippers taking three from 0 A-I.
for the winners came from taking three from the Rose's Raiders; Dennis One and two bedroom apartments ,

Dave Phillips with gamesof Splitmakers as Sam Deremer rolled a 215 and a in all-adult rental community ,..,..
208 and 200 ((565 set), Bayeng rolled a 225 in the 200 to pave the way for the Phone 264.2031 ,._f.
Jeff Brandt with a 205 and Splitmakers only win; the Thunderbolts to three wins 606 Highway 17 ,"- ,. ::It .
John Pyla with a 203. The Ones Bunch taking three over the Zeros; Pat Orange Park, '7l: l ;,
Packs from FASO and the Busch Hildebrand led. Fla. 32073 ..'
losing Six got a 203 ; ..... k .
and a 200 ((595 set) from '1 It $ \

Clint Poulin, a 210 from CZ JAWA I RICKMANBSA
George Humbert and a 200 >>
TRIUMPH BIRD
from Ron Fetterhoff.The Gull CoveJAX

other 200s in the

league were Leona

Trojan's big game for the c wT
Dirt Balls and Larry M-X Parts

Mathis' 221 for the Bat .w Sales NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
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men in the match between "","'I'.'!' !IIi'liII' >W......."' $I.W"I.IIII. :!!_. ] I "

resulted those two in teams two wins which for Enduro .// i4 Service .I( REPOSSESSION SALE 'I

each team. : ... ..
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, the The league only other witnessed match the in ATLANTIC Why pay full price when you can get it for less?

Sparks losing three to 8209 PHONE
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SOFTBALLSCORES NAMTD No.2 1-3 No. 1 with a 541 and by John A. __ A

VA-45.14 Supply -13 VA-46 0-3 Reibel of Supply with a 537. ._
I FASO 7 VS-32.5 j

HOWLING 4-WD Club
: VA-46-7
VA.174-5 ATLANTIC TUESDAY NIGHT
VS-24 -0 VS-30 2 WINTER LEAGUE r
being formedAre Ae- ,/

VA-174 10 AIMD -10 VA-174 No.2 73 23 you the lucky owner of one 4 r' e n.RII T R
NAMTD 9 VS-32.0 VA-45 No. 68 28 of those "super trick, double

VA-45No.2 62 34 throw down, big tire, four-wheel 1 P
VA-45 -11 VA-105 11 VS-30 61 35 drive Dingbats"? Well, I have
VA-46 9 VS-32 2 VC-2 58 38 one and know several other

NAMTD No. 57 39 people who own one. Many of the

VS-30 13 FASO .11 GALLEY 54 42 others, including myself, have a

VA-72.1 VA-37.1 NAMTD No. 2 51ft 44fe great deal of interest informing a --- -

SUPPLY 51 45 4-WD Club. The feeling is that BENEFICIAL SUGGESTION; ATI Zeb Bowles of Attack Squadron
GOLF VA-174 No' 1 51 45 most 4-WD'ers have put in a Eighty-One received a handsome check from the government for

Led by Jim Beasley, Attack considerable amount of time and acceptance of his beneficial suggestion. Petty Officer Bowles was
Squadron Forty-Five made it a The High Team Game was rolled money into their vehicles and it responsible for the development of a transportation rack for the APN
perfect half defeating NAMTD in by the Galley with a 974. only seems right that these 190 doppler antenna which has saved the Navy thousands of dollars.
the playoffs. Beasley's 72, The High Team Series was rolled people get together and do The photo shows AT1 Bowles being congratulated by CDR Ken

comprised of a 39 on the front by VC-2 with a 2,665. something with them.If Dickerson, C.O.of the VA-81 Sun liners,on his handsome cash award.
nine and a 36 on the back nine. He The High Idividual Game was you do happen to own a 4-WD
was assisted by Hank Under who rolled by John Reibel of Supply vehicle and are in any way in- VA-46 "open house" SaturdayThe II
lifted two points off of his op with a 221. terested in forming a club please
ponent. The High Individual Series was call Bill Wallace at ext. 176-183 at Clansmen of Attack will highlight the morning ac
rolled by Stan Perkins of VA174No. Cecil Field during the normal Squadron FORTY SIX will havean tivities. From 1200 "The Clan"

SKEET STANDINGS 2 with a 586. work day or at 786-0767 after open house this Saturday, 6 and their families will ten-
VA-37 4-0 Other Notable high games were 1830. April 1974 from 0900 until 1200 in tatively be at Picnic Area No. 2

NAMTD No. 4-1 rolled by Stan Perkins of VA-174 Hangar 825, Mod "D" Static for food, fun, games, and the

Medical 3-2 with a 213 and by Joe Parsons of displays, movies, slide-tape welcoming aboard of new people.See .
VA-45 2-2 VA-174 No. 1 with a 206. presentations and refreshments you all Saturday.

VS-28 Weapons 1-2 1-3 Other rolled by notable Chief high Linder series of VA-45 were WE BUY USEDMOTORCYCLES! R.C. Volunteers needed II IIRed )


Any Size, Shape,Year Cross Volunteers..weneed Dispensary. The class will

Model! or Condition you! On April 22 and 23 commence at 8:30: a.m. and

BUZARD MOTORS there will be 1th orientation class continue until noon in the

WILSON pence 2144 BLANDING BLVD. for all ladies interested in Fellowship Hall at the Cecil
PHONE 387-0551 volunteering to work one day a Field Chapel. To sign up, please
100% GUARANTEED USED CARS week at the Cecil Field call 771-3211 ext. 377, NOW!


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!. I L INTRAMURAL GOLF ] Softball season- opens- Monday- '" j


Jax The NAS Jax pitch will be competing on as well as Mason Field

AMERICAN LEAGUE SATIns". intramural Softball season Tuesdays and Thursdays.The (behind Barracks 6C and
\\' L,4 LI-AGlW 11 is scheduled to get underway first game each in front of Pirate's Cove)
PELICANS No. 1 :3 0 FASO I' next Monday evening will at
4 begin 5 and the Hospital Field
I
VP-24 ADCOP 2 3 i 1 SUPPLY 4 I April 8, with about 10 p.m. with the second (behind the Hospital
NDRC
HC-2 2 1 MARTD 312 112 teams competing in the game getting underway barracks).
NARJAXNo.l 2 1 HS-1 I No. 2 3 1 fast-pitch league and immediately after the All hands are invited to
AIR OPS 2 1 VW-4 312' 212' about 20 teams competing conclusion of the first. come out and attend the
VP-5No.1 2 1 HS11NARJAXNo.2 212 212 in the slow-pitch league.
games and give the teams
2
FICEUR 21&\ 21Z 2 / The Softball fields on
679th 1 2 PELICANS 2 2 Fast-pitch games will Allegheny and Enterprise and men your support.
WEAPONS 1 3 VP-5 No.2 No 2 2 3 be played on Mondays and Avenues will be utilizedfor
vP-45 CPOs 1 4 HOSPITAL 112 1 3'2' Wednesdays while slow- the intramural U ,
1 games I I11 \\
AIMO No.1 \\2 34 CPW-11 3 __

FALCONS 0 3 AIMDNo.2 0 0 4T 2 Critical need for umuires- k' I IJax


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need for Softball umpireson changed, decreasing the /
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Intramural Bowling StandingsATLANTIC base if the intramural number of games played 1'

Softball season is to go on daily.If II- HI 1.'iRV
as scheduled.
----J you are interested in pikr
LEAGUE AMERICAN According to Frank
LEAGUEW becoming an umpire, h
Iv I. McCaffrey, the NAS
MAD FOXES No. I 22 10 BUSCH LEAGUERS 26 10 L Athletic Director, if more regardless of prior experience -
" CPOS 21 15 PSSSSST 24V4llli officials are not found theCongratulations contact Mr.
CONTROLLERS 20 12 LATE CHARGERS 23 13 McCaffrey at Ext. 3239.
AFEES 19121h\ HURRICANES 21 15
NARJAX 19 121h SEA KINGS 2014 l5'/2 Clinics are currently
SIX PACKS 18\2 171; TEXACO STARS 20 16 to the ladiesJax being held to teach new ,
DIRT BALLS 18 14 RED BARONS 13 23 prospects the finer pointsof "Be careful what you eat,
BALLERS 15 17 MARINE BKS No.2 12 24 Congratulationsare umpiring Softball Jones, I got bedl"0" the wrong
SEA HORSES 12 28 NFO 12 24 in order for the newly games. side of the
BATMEN No.1 1Hz 201 MAD FOXES No.3 8 28 organized NAS JaxVomen's
SPARKS 11 29
YIIMNO fqN \ Softball team as
NATIONAL LEAGUE help they won their first en-

W I. deavor last Sunday afternoon -
LIONHEARTS 27 9 help GI
MARINE BKS 24 16 by a 5-3 score. CENTURY 21IMPORTS
REBELS 24 16 The team is competingin
PIN BUSTERS 23 13 the Orange Park
SOLEX 5 22 .14 I League and is composedof
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20 APRIL 4, 1974


Varsity Volleyball team


hosting 6ND Tournament


Jax. NAS Jacksonville will be playing host to the 6th

Naval District Volleyball Championships beginning

Monday, April 8.
The double round-robin tourney will be held in King
rt
Hall (Bldg. 563)) with matches beginning Monday'
morning at 10 a.m. with the conclusion of the tour-

nament scheduled for Friday, April 12.

Teams from NavSta Charleston, NAS Memphis, NAS
Atlanta, NAS Pensacola, NAS Cecil Field and host NAS
Jax will be vying for the right to go on to the South
Atlantic Regional Tournament that will be held at the

Little Creek Amphibious base in Virginia beginning

April 15.Should. I
the team that wins the 6ND tourney also win ,IJ

the South Atlantic Regional Tourney they would then go J
on to the All-Navy Tournament to be held at NAS .
i
Memphis on April 22.

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I'' r "-I PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT--The 1974 edition of the NAS Jax Varsity Volleyball team( (seen
here in a practice session) has been described by Athletic Director, Frank McCaffrey, as the best,
strongest and most seasoned team to come along since about 1970. They will be attempting to make
the 6ND crown theirs next week when they play host to the 6ND Tournament.. (Photo By Vince
o Jakucenis)



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+ Intramural [ Intramural Pistol StandingsNATIONAL 1'1

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1 W L WEAPONS 6 0 VP-5 6 0
u ADMINISTRATION 3 0 MARTD 6 1 GEMS 6 1
VP-24 3 0 HOSPITAL 4' 1 FICEUR 5 2
6ND HOPEFULS-Attempting to bring the 1974 6th Naval District HOSPITAL 2 '0 VP-45 4 2 HS-1 4 3
Volleyball Championship to Jax will be: Standing ,(L to R) Mike/ NDRC 2 1 SUPPLY 2 5 CPW-11 2 4
Betcher, Jim Gilley, John Martel, Henry Bean, Don Patterson, Jim HC.2 2 1 VW-4 1 4 AIMD 2 5'
Harris, Bill Aaron, Geoff Roemer and (kneeling left to right ) Bill VP.5 .. 1' 1 NARJAX 1 5 VP-24 O. 5 ,
Kempton,Jim Mason, Rich Hardesty, Harold Craig. (Photo By Vince VW-4 ,,; s..''. 1 1 HS-11 No.2 0 6. HS.nNo.l 0 6
( Jpknrenis) HS.l 1 2 .

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