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Creation Date: April 11, 1974
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Regular Navv l ., makes reader glad she's a Reserve I

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To The Editor: What ever happened to But on the other hand, I women, in office spaces, standards and respect for
in seafarers is just too far petty officers and officers.
As a Reservist just courtesy? rendered a hand salute to
completing two weeks Doesn't being a petty an officer who all but out.The Now I don't go along
active duty, I would like to officer count anymore? dropped his car keys in haircuts I've seen with pushing the blame off
"speak out". What about uniform trying to return my salute. are another story. I'm not on the leading chiefs or
If this is the "New regulations or haircut What about the respectand an old prude who doesn'tgo petty officers in trying to
Navy" I have been seeing, standards? leadership of petty along with the new hair keep their men and
I am really disappointed. Where did all that go? officers? There is no styles. As a matter of fact, women squared away. Not
I have seven years I could not believe my distinction between rated I like them. But there are by any means, becausethat
Regular Navy behind me, eyes when walking to the and non-rated anymore. too many men who don't all goes"back to being
with a two-year stretch Exchange. I saw enlisted Heaven forbid should a even know what a haircut "picked on.
between active duty and people passing officerslike petty officer reprimand a is.I'm I think the people of
the Reserves. The they weren't even non-rated; he's not. sure that someone is today's Navy should takea
changes that have taken there. I far from believe leading..he's picking. bound to say, "Oh, good long look at
place in the two years I that an officer is a And what about uniform Reserves, what do they themselves and ask
have been away from the superior being, but I do standards? Do they no know?" But I challengeyou themselves if they really
Navy are just un believe they deserve some longer exist ? to look at the new like what they see.
believable. respect. I know there are a Reserves : haircut
number of shortages in regulations, uniform P03 Jan Mercuric
Adm. Bagley nominatedto the USA, but I haven't ,il'f1'x.: ",.,.,..
heard of the shoe polish

shortage..or the spray
serve as next VCNOJaxAdm. starch shortage..or, for

that matter, the uniform

Worth H. Bagley, currently Commander in shortage.I .
Chief U.S. Naval Forces Europe, has been nominatedby couldn't believe it
President Nixon to serve as the next Vice Chief of when I saw all the women I e
Naval Operations (VCNO). walking around in faded

His nomination now goes to the Senate for con- seafarers. The seafarerswere ..,.'. .......
firmation.If bad enough, but
approved, he will assume the duties of Adm. JamesL. when I saw a couple with

Holloway, III, the present VCNO, who has been baseball caps on, that was
nominated to serve as CNO. just about all I could

Adm. Bagley was born in Annapolis, Md. and stand.In .
graduated from the Naval Academy with the Class of the "Old Navy", the
1947. only time the women : Y 4t
During his naval career, Adm. Bagley has served on a could wear dungarees was ;
variety of destroyers, including command of, USS when they were going to
Lawrence (DD 4)). He also commanded the cruiser hold field day in the office,
Canberra.His or the spaces where they

shore duty has included tours as Staff Assistantto worked warranted it. But Don't I lie there in the sack too long before sending for your absentee ballot. Pat
the Military Representative of the President, a to see 99 percent of the Becker,a 20th Century-Fox Player is right at home-she won't need the F.P.C.A.
member of the Staff Group of the Chairman of the Joint Card. See your voting officer today.XW .
Chiefs of Staff, and Executive Assistant and Naval Aideto ..............................................................................................................................:."...................................... >>W'.........................................-.......-...-;.-...-....;.....-......-.....................,..........................................,".'...............................'.."......
the Secretary of the Navy.

In September 1969, after selection to flag rank, he AT THE CLUBS ...with Mike HansenEM I
assumed command of Cruiser Destroyer Flotilla Seven.In .
May 1971 he assumed duties as Director, Naval .

Program Planning in the Office of the CNO, and was Club CPO Club this Saturday. Bombay Fried
awarded the Distinguished Service Medal for exceptionally Tomorrow night will be the Tonight should be a night to Frog Legs are the entre and their
meritorious service while in that billet. He only highlight for the EM Club. remember, with the fantastic taste is just unbelievable.Don't .
reported for duty as CINCUSNAVEUR last August.In Entertainment will be providedby David Houston Show, direct from forget the Easter Sunday
Sea Wind".
"Jyp Nashville. There are: still some Dinner, priced for the family
addition to the Distinquished Service Medal, he has
Patrons the to
are answer any good reservations remaining for
earned the Legion of Merit with Gold Star and the Navy club, and your support is the show. Contact the Club for Officers Club
Commendation Medal. desperately needed to keep the tickets. Don't forget the O'Club's
He is the son of Adm. David W. Bagley, now deceased, EM Club doors open.Hancock The very versatile group famous Beef Eaters Night on
and is married to the former Sidney McFarland of Hall "Whatever's Fair", featuring Thursdays.This .
Country music is here to stay. .the horn
big of Archie Leslie,will
Santa Barbara Calif. have four children.The .
They That's what I hear. be on tap tomorrow evening from week's entertainment will
Hancock Hall offers two 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Sunday from start with a sound to please all
country music groups this week. 8:30: to 12:30: and Tuesday from 8 ages produced and directed by
The first one, "The Country to midnight.For "Three's A Crowd". They will
Couples", will be featured our country fans, we will appear tomorrow night from 8:30:
tonight and the second, "The have "Tommy C" Saturday p.m. to 12:30: a.m: in the Main
Country Playboys", on Saturday from Ballroom
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Ntwsp.p night 9 to 1 and the quiet
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station night. country sound of "Shiloh"
Stu
Mr.
Phil Cay"and rock music will Your club manager,
Jacksonville. Florida, by the Jfoct Puhlishng: Company a Wednesday from 8:30: p.m. to in
abound tomorrow night from Camen, takes great pleasure
12:30: a.m.
private firm. All Copy submitted/or use in tho JAX AIR NEWS
9:30: p.m. to 1:30: a.m. For the presenting the famous
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2. ftAS sounds of silence'and
Sunday night, Hancock Hall "Johnny Jelinek" and troupeasthe
tasteful music at its
best
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News the
will the "Soul Exits" entertainment for the "Coat
items are welcomed/ from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 present CPO Club will be featuring the
from 8 p.m. to midnight. "Kings of Strings" 'N Tie Night" Saturday. Dinner
3119. Sunday afternoon
or
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Wednesday's buffet will be and there will be
"Everything: advertised in thi publication must be made specialwill from 2:30: p.m. to 6:30: super
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to be "Ole Mexico" food. Try a p.m. and again Monday evening music to please everyone.
race, creed. color national origin:: or sex of the purchaser, taco, burrito, refried beans and from 8 p.m. to midnight.
user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this the works. If you have ever had a desire to Would you believe they finally
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in the The Platters are coming soon. try something "out of this installed a door on the "Unisex
refusal to print a advertising from that source" Watch this column for details. world", try the Club's Special Room" at the J.O. Cage.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
concerning such should be directed to
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I LNO visits "Woodpeckers" in Keflavik-i

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ByLUjgU.G.Luten( ) Iceland. North Atlantic and

VP-49 PAO During his visit to Norwegian Sea.

Jax -- Adm. Elmo R. Reyjavik, he also met During his visit to VP- I

Zumwalt, Chief of Naval with members of the 49, the CNO presented the ,
Operations, paid a visit to Icelandic Parliament and Navy Achievement Medal

d the "Woodpeckers" of VP- Foreign Ministry to for sustained superior ;1
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49 late last month during a discuss forthcoming performance to a newly

stop at Keflavik, Iceland. negotiations on changingthe arrived member of the .
After arriving in US-Iceland agreementon "49ers", AOC Donald W. ,

Iceland, Adm. Zumwalt NATO forces in Shinn. :

journeyed to the capital Iceland, expressing his Chief Shinn was ;

city of Reyjavik for concern about the important decorated for hisper- r ;
meetings with the United role NATO forces formance while assigned ': .

States Ambassador to play in patrolling the as an instructor at the )
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a as : ,: While in Keflavik, the
CNO continued testing the
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'f: questions and complaints,

,}. ':-. :', the CNO discussed the '
future of ;Utie( Keflavik ;'I

NATO base and commended it

the .Navymen
t stationed in Iceland for

FROM THE TOP-AOC Donald W. Shinn is awarded the Navy their fine performancerecord
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Achievement Medal by Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt during the CNO's b JT. over the: two-year
visit to the "Woodpeckers" in Keflavik. period since his last visit.

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TRAFFIC VIOLATIONSThe 1 future of the Navy under

Adm.. Zumwalt's

prospective relief, Adm.
following is a report of Other Violations 39
James L. Holloway. The
Motor vehicle accidents and S
traffic violations for month to Twenty-eight drivers appeared f NATO base personnelwere
date before their Commanding Of- quickly assured that
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis ficers. Disposition of the cases : ) the new CNO would
month to date 5 include the following: continue the moder

This month year ago 36 None lost driving and parking I nization plans and policiesfor
Total accidents this year 125 privileges aboard station. None 1 both new Navy
Total accidents year ago 498 to
assigned
complete an
Number of injuries this month 1 eight hour course in Defensive weapons systems and the
Number of injuries this month regulations governing
Driving. None assigned to "RAPPING"with Keflavik Navymen,Adm. Zumwalt discusses the
year ago 5 complete Motorcycle Defensive Navy's outlook for the future. Navy personnel.
NUMBER OF MOVING .t'
VIOLATIONSThis Driving Course. Eight Admin. ': '
month 68 action. None Article 15 UCMJ.
Speeding 9 Twelve warnings given. Seven
Reckless Driving 0 Dept. Head Counsel. None Department of the Treasury / Internal Revenue Service
Going through Stop Sign 19 dismissed. Nine fined-U.S. E 1 0 4 o n Individual Income Tax Return
DWI Magistrate. Two were military.
1 '.. year beginning .. ... 1973. ending
For the year January 1-Dear'

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interest of all civilian employees in the Merit Promotion

Program is encouraged. Almost every week there are new op.
for promotion. '
portunities
i, Many positions advertised under the Merit Promotion Program are
on "Open Continuously" announcements, which means employeesmay
file applications for these positions at any time.
Announcements covering the requirements and details for filing

applications for specific positions are widely distributed. However
employees may not see copies of all announcements,even though theyhave
been posted on the Official Bulletin Boards for their work areas.
Employees are urged to look for the Merit Promotion an
nouncements on these official bulletin boards at least once a week and

1- to call the Rating Branch, Civilian Personnel Department Ext. 2320
to inquire about positions which may have been announcedpreviously

.. on an"Open Continuosly"basis and inadvertantly removed

.;k. from the Official Bulletin Boards.
'.), There are several things employees should remember when filing
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/'\ }I applications under the Merit Promotion Program:
Certain questions on the Application, Standard Form 171, are being

I NEW CREDIT UNION BOARD MEMBERS-Newly elected members of the Jax Navy Federal changed by the Civil Service Commission. Until the new forms are
Credit Union board of directors are (L.R): Ralph R. Story, president; Ernest F. Leslie, vice available, applicants are required to complete a GC-51 form to be

president; Rod D. Pinney,secretary;and Cecil W.Acree, Jr.,treasurer. attached to their SF-171.
Supervisory appraisal forms are required for all applications
under the Merit Promotion Program.

I Credit Union picks '74 officersJaxThe processed supplemental Ungraded, non-supervisory form. positions always .require a specific

--- From time to time, certain graded positions may also require ad

Jax Navy Federal management assistance office, In beginning this as ditional forms.Applicants .
year
should read the Merit Promotion Announcements in
NAS
Credit Union's board of directors Jax. president, Story said, "We would
have elected their 1974 officers. like to see 1974 become a of their entirety before filing their applications.All .
Serving one-year terms will The credit committee has more services and benefits year than required forms are available at the Rating Branch, Civilian

be: elected George W. Malone, ever before offered for our Personnel Department, Room 111-A, Bldg. 907.
President: Ralph R. Story, planner and estimator, members. I believe Jax Navy Properly completed applications which include all required forms

personnel staffing specialist, Production Planning Division, Federal Credit Union will ex- expedite the rating process.

Civilian Personnel Department, NARF, as chairman and JamesE. perience growth this year that .- .. S .w v
NAS Jax; Carroll, supervisor cost accountant will enable us to easily provide
Vice President: Ernest F. Cost Data Branch, these additional services. busts bring trouble
Leslie, industrial engineer and NARF Management Control
technician, NARF Jax; Department, as secretary.At I
The credit union has also
Secretary, Rod D. Pinney, announced three staff changes.Art for springtime driversJaxWind
retired executive
formerly its next meeting, the boardof
assistant to the commandingofficer
directors will appoint two wind."
NAS Jax; Wood, III, has been namedto gusts can cause
alternate members to the credit tricky steering and loss of Drivers should be alert for
Treasurer: Cecil W. Acree, committee the new position of accountant-
and one new memberto control for motoriststhe Florida locations along the highway
He has served
Jr., management analyst comptroller. as
the supervisory committee. administrator for research Highway Patrol cautioned today. which are possible danger spots

grants and all other department Colonel Eldrige Beach, where they might expect the
I ;::' : '" >>' ;' ': business at the University of director of the Patrol, said, effects of cross winds. Likely

CLOE OUTSAtEL Virginia's Biology Department. "Gusty winds which can be spots are bridges and heavily
i TJ: His credit union background expected this time of year ale: wooded areas which often block

: ;: includes a brief term as the definite traffic hazards. Strong cross winds and add to the gusty
"lFamo S'GatesTires treasurer and member of the gusts of cross winds on the open effect of strong winds. Sudden
: university employees' credit highway striking a vehicle can gusts can also be expected when
union, as well as service on the force it off of the roadway or passing or being passed by large
Y board of directors and credit across the center line, especiallysmall trucks and buses.

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For Advancement? .1..1.a
Jax-Rate subheadings.This will give you a studying a unit, take time out to -tj
training manuals are fairly clear picture of the
scope see what you have learned. Look
designed to help you prepare for and content of the book.
As back
advancement. you over your notes and (
The following look through the book in this questions. Maybe some of
your
make suggestions the best may help you to way, ask yourself some questions have been answered, I Pt Ptn
use of these
manuals and other questions: What do I need to but perhaps you still have some
Navy training learn about this? What do I that are not answered. Without ,
publications when A y
you are already know about this? How is looking at the training manual, a
preparing for advancement.
the information related to Information write down the main ideas that _
1. Study the military and occupational given in other chap you have gotten from studyingthis

qualifications for ters? How is this information unit. Don't just quote the
your rating before you study the related to the qualifications for book. If you can't give these
training manual and refer to the
advancement
?
ideas in
your own words, the
quals frequently as you study. 5. When you have a general chances are that you have not
Remember, you are studying the idea of what is in the training really mastered the information.
manual primarily in order to manual and how it is organized,
meet these quals. fill in the details by intensive
2. Set up a regular study plan.It study. In each study period, try 9. Use enlisted correspondencecourses
.
whenever you can The
will probably be easier for you to cover a complete unit
to stick to a schedule if you can ( correspondence courses are
chapter, a section of a chapter,
based manualsor
on rate training
plan to study at the same time or a subsection). The amount of
each day. If possible, schedule material that on other appropriate texts. As
you can cover at
mentioned before ofa
completion
your studying for a time of the one time will vary. If you know

day when you will not have too the subject well, or if the manual mandatory can be accomplished rate training by

many interruptions or material is easy, you can cover enlisted
passing an correspon-
distractions. quite a lot at one time. Difficultor ; .
dence course based on the rate ;
3. Before you begin to study unfamiliar material will
manual. You will
any part of the manual intensively require more.study time. training
probably find it helpful to take
become familiar with
6. While
studying any one unit, other
correspondence courses,
the entire book. Read the write down the questions that
well those based
as as on man-
preface and the table of contents. to
occur you. Many people find it
manuals.
datory Taking a
Check through the index. Look at helpful to make a written outlineof

the appendixes. Thumb throughthe the unit as they study, or at correspondence to master the information course helps givenin you 4. y Y
book without any particular least to write down the most
the manual and also \
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training '
plan, looking at the illustrationsand important ideas.
helps see how much have
you you
reading bits here and thereas
7. As you study, relate the learned. .r
you see things that interest information in the training v A,,
you. manual to the knowledge you
4. Look at the training manualin already have When you read 10.:Think of your future as you r

more detail to see how it is about a process, skill or study rate training manuals. You .- ....--.-.--,...,--._.__-e---." );..i',;,, Jl..V'J y
organized. Look at the table of situation, try to see how this may be only working for ad- "DO IT NOW, OR ELSE".Starr Hoyer from St. Petersburg's

contents again.Then, chapter by information ties in with your ownpast vancement to third or second Sunken Gardens has a stern warning for NAS Jax personnel
class right now, but some day :
chapter, read the introduction,
experience. Remember that the moratorium on air conditioning is in effect until
the headings and the 8. When have finished you may be working toward 1. Those kilowatts
you higher rates. Anything extra that May you burn now won't be available in June whenit

NRMC you can learn now will help you REALLY gets hotl

helping parents both now and later.Correspondence.

.
'COPE' with problemsJax"COPE" Courses NEWEST CONCEPT

Naval correspondence courses IN APARTMENT LIVING
(Conference On Parent Education) sessions for
designated as self-study
troubled offered basis at the Naval are 1 23 BEDROOM, I AND 2 BATHS
parents are now being on a weekly instruction to
media to provide
Regional Medical Center. Spacious rooms, wide windows, i,1central
These sessions are aimed at the discussion of children's behavior naval personnel in professional heat & air cond. Private A
naval subjects. patios,sundecks, swimming pool
problems (eating, toilet training, sibling rivalry, etc.) and party room.
Cdr. France Noble, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, with special 264-8102 '
training in maternal and child health care, is conducting the session They play an important role in

from 1:30: p.m. to 3:30: p.m. each Tuesday afternoon in the Medical training enlisted personnel for 1800 KINGSLEY AVE.
Center's 2nd Deck Conference Room. advancement in rate and in DIRECTIONS) Between

"COPE" will continue as long as there is sufficient demand for the assisting officers in improvingtheir Blanding Blvd. & Orange Park
Minutes away via new I 1295.
program.In professional qualificationsand
order to helpparentsto better participate in the discussions, the broadening their general 0 =
Medical Center requests that they not bring their children knowledge of naval science.


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President; Mary Edenfield, Secretary; Hazel Beihoffer, Treasurer; and Margeurite A.Clark, Club I
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;' Jax-The Navy Exchange and on mens wear, ladies' wear, manufacturers and suppliers.
.: Commissary Store will be offering childrens wear, housewares,
t '}.......... .,...."".. special savings during toys, toiletries and sporting Among the products selling for
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f: their Annual Spring Sale, goods.In less than their regular prices are
2J'J#.... scheduled for. April 29 through addition, specials will be cake mixes,shampoos, cat food,
May 4.Savings. offered in several Navy Ex
ice cream, frozen chicken parts,
at the Exchange will change Service Departments fruit drinks, frozen pizzas,
range from 10 to 40 percent below These include metric tools, tune. pickles and relish, barbecue
regular prices on more than 400 up kits, waxes and cleaners in sauces, toothpaste and other
\ items selected for this event. the Service Station at discountsup Health and Beauty Aids, canned
All will to 25 percent.Commissary .
Exchange departments hams, frozen meat entrees, floor
S be participating with at least one Store savings will
r t a wax, oven cleaners and
f e special value.At range from 10 to 30 percent below household cleaning agents, and
the Main Store,the selection regular prices on many items
of items will be of interest to selected by the CommissaryStore many more.
1- 1 ,1J >, d everyone. For example, savingsof Item Selection Board
1I q up to 40 percent will be found through negotiation with Approximately 100 items will
be featured during the Com
missary's Spring Sale and these
til 3I. lt. items will be highlighted with
I I, t': ? STORAGE PROBLEMS ? special signs.In .

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Furniture Boats Cars, etc. limited periods during the sale.
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II You don't have to make a lot to borrow a lot at GAG.

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II I bills you have or have had. What you own or want to

buy. The kind of work you do. And, because you 5070 NORMANDY BOULEVARD 786-8110
wear a uniform, the kind of work you do rates very BLANDING BLVD
I high with GAG. A steady income makes it easier for 4118 PHILIPS HIGHWAY, ORANGE PARK 264-0569

t you to get a loan. But, more important, GAG wants 737-4366
f to serve you because you serve your country. US HWY 17, GREEN COVE SPRINGS 284-5616
needs whatever 'e..w.aw..------
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( 771.0940D 398 8677: I.?, Only one Certificate may be used toward m
I 10C1 Park St. C 5555 Norwood Avenue 4 the Purchase of a Mobile Home. Void By GOOD UNTIL S I|
355.5486 764.7765 I o. unless signed by an authorized. TEN DAYS g
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p AIR NEWSAIRWINGERMilitary

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mail costs $


You may be under the mistaken illusion that military mail that

travels under the official indicia travels freely. An informal survey of ,
several installations revealed that, for the most part military personnel w 'Li
believed that there was no cost difference if an item went airmail riSl

registered, special delivery at first class rates, or at third or fourth class >,'!"o.j .
rates. ,." -..

There are many practices in mailing which lead to exorbitant costs. '''' >
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Numerous items are being mailed first class or airmail when the} A + 4r 3 f 9 .,., ,x"vI, i,
qualify for a lower and cheaper rate. This is the most common and v I
serious deficiency.
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Heavy "Jiffy" bags (heavy insulated protective envelopes) an h .s y4'

being used when not necessary, resulting in increased charges.

'. Printed matter is still being mailed in 8 x 10-inch envelopes whenit :' !
could be folded and put into 4'a x 9'!
costs more to mail because of its heavier weight.
Government contracted publishers/contractors mail requested
items at premium rates (airmail or first class) and are being reimbursed .
Also, reply envelopes with the official indicia were being fur- t''

nished with premium rates. 4

Items are being i..ailed in envelopes when they could be folded and
have the indicia printed right on the item itself railed a self mailer ,.
Large shipments in excess of 500 pounds addressed to the same
location are being mailed directly through the U.S. Postal Service -
channels rather than through transportation channels on a bill of lad < ,
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Mail is being marked "special delivery" or "special handling." -

Normally there is no special delivery on a military installation and
special handling is intended for such items as live baby chickens or AND YOUNGEST-DTCS D.G. O'Neil (Left), the oldest Dental Technician at NAS Jax,
OLDEST
bees. Despite these facts the Government still must pay the full and DN M.F. Broach, the youngest, share the traditional. piece of cake as they mark the 26th anniversary I
amount of postage of these items. of their rate. The DT rate was established on April 2, 1948 by order of the Secretary of the

Many items are being airmailed to an overseas location at premium I Navy.
rates when they could be sent by Military Official Mail(MOM)and sen:

by air for the seaport at surface ratesAMERICA'S IThe I
DoD recruits_ German_ sheDherds.
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DoD Dog Center at Lack- Center does not require registeredor have warranted the contribution
O land AFB, Tex., needs dogs now pure-bred animals, but all- of their dog to this noble duty.

for the Defense Department and white dogs are not acceptable dueto Dog candidates must measureat
P.zza inn other Federal agencies. their easy detection on night least 23 inches at the shoulder

German Shepherd related patrol. be one to three years old, and
contributed or sold to Dogs are accepted for evalua-
canines weigh at least 60 pounds If the
FAVORITE PIZZA the Center are trained to help tion from individual owners dog is female she must have been
detect narcotics sniff out ex- throughout the continental l Uni-
spayed at least 30 days prior to
plosives, and to help guard military ted States. The Center will pay acceptance.For .
personnel and installations up to $150 for a qualified dog or
around the world. will accept donated dogs. In the further information regarding .

/ German Shepherds are prefer- past, some owners have found the donation or sale of German -
red due to their temperament intelligence their homes to have become too Shepherds apply to: DoD
courage and the pos- small to accommodate such pets Dog Center (SAAMA), Lackland
session of a "super sniffer". The or a change in their family size to AFB, Texas 78236.

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Jax-Somewhere between the typewriter and the
printer, a sentence
was left out of our recipe last week. For '
the
benefit of our readers, the (
entire recipe is being reprinted correctly this week.
TAMALEIME:
1 pound grouncTbeef
14 pound pork sausage I

1 clove garlic, minced, or few dashesof
garlic powder r

l.t cup,chopped onion "', Yz .
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'/ cup pitted ripe olives '1.
1 16 ounce can whole kernel corn, drained
1 16 ounce can tomatoes .,
ll/z teaspoons salt
2 to 3 teaspoons chili powder tt911
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1 cup cornmeal (self-rising)
1 cup milk r

2 eggs ,
1 cup shredded cheddar cheeseSet

oven at 350 degrees. While ovenis heating, combine ground beef
pork sausage,garlic and onions in large frying pan. Cook until meat is a.r rp
well browned and onions are tender. Spoon out and discard excess fat
!
Add olives, corn, tomatoes, and seasonings and bring to a boil. Pour T t
into an ungreased shallow casserole or baking dish.
Mix cornmeal, milk, and eggs together and spoon onto meat mix,
ture. Sprinkle top with cheese and bake 50-60 minutes or until ,
golden brown. This recipe is sufficient for 6-8 servings.We \


have mentioned a couple of times that our recipes were taken T .!
from Department of Agriculture cook books and that they are ___ _
available at the Government Printing Office Bookstore on the first
floor of the Federal Building, 400 West Bay Street. We visited there __._ I _J
early this week and find that in the home economics section there are

also booklets on pickling, preserving, canning, and freezing.Our _

selection this week is a Hawaiian or Polynesian dish that is a
favorite with visitors to those areas.
Sweet and Sour Pork

ll/2 pounds lean pork shoulder, ,
cut in 1 inch cubes ,v ',
2 fat '
tablespoons
% cup water /. :
V4 cup brown sugar
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1 No. 2 can pineapple chunks .

2 tablespoons cornstarch :.' DOING THE HONORS-Cdr. James Bradfield (Left), NAMTD's new skipper, and LCdr. J.R.
l/2 cup vinegar Boatright,the command's former C.O., share the cake cutting honors after completing their changeof
2 to 3 tablespoons soy sauce command ceremonies. ,
% teaspoon salt .
1 small green pepper, cut in strips
1 small onion, thinly sliced ,.." : ," '<, '. \ \ 1
Brown pork in fat.Add water, cover and simmer until tender,about .... ,;.' : ,.: .
1 hour. Drain pineapple, reserving juice. Combine sugar and cornstarch ,. .. I
; add pineapple juice, vinegar, soy sauce and salt. Add to pork, ,
stirring until sauce thickens. Add pineapple chunks, green peppers : <*
and onions. Cook 2 to 3 minutes. Serve over hot fluffy rice. Makes 4 ""r f: ,:
generous or 6 small servings. This recipe works better if the cook .
wears a Mu Mu. .
Or ,..

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70 Buick 71 Datsun

Riviera Pickup Truck 10to50% off !

PS, PB, AC, R&H

$1295 $1695 ,,f ..on ALL upholstered furniture

& selected items in solid wood!

72 Dodge
Dear Prospective Customer:
73 Dodge Monaco -
% Ton Pick-Up For seventeen years we have been in
HTACATPSPB business at the same location. Almost
2dr Air Conditioned
Auto. trans. d -" daily someone is heard saying "Wish We
R&H, Vinyl Top PS, PB .
Had Known You Were Here", Located on
a side street and very little advertising we
$3395 $2050 "., understand their complaint. So for a start
we are having a real sale. If you appreciate -
Top Quality Early American
72 Paramount Furniture look us up and come by for a
73 Double Wide visit.
Mobile Home i I Sincerely

Mobile Home 2 BR, unfurnished /*>' ,. x Management J
24x60On Includes Set Up 50 mile Rad. directions.P.S. If you can't find us call 384-33H for


Waters large near Lot Green In Hidden Cove Springs.Call $ 51 95
for Details. The 'other9 furniture store where Lakeshore crosses Blanding

5039 Timothy Lane/Jacksonville, Fla. 32210/Phone 3843921t
PHONE 384-7397..DICK WALLACE






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\, A Department of

r -. DefensepoliciMiian'sjob is
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.:'\ ..i!;, job.
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tt t tt j r installation.He may be. a civilian or

t he may be a sailor or
I i Marino.
He'll write a traffic

!\ ticket for you, but he'll be
I there to help when you
need him.
WRITING TRAFFIC TICKETS consumes a rather large part of ,' -.... .
security officer's day. Here Patrolman Dan W. Hickson issues ,: .,..- .... p :
friendly written warning to a NAS Jax motorist. -





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without touching a penny of your savings!!
TRAFFIC CONTROL is a major problem on a big base like Jax.
i Sound farfetched? Not with our Perpetual Money Plan! Here SH1 Clarence L. Lee switches over the lane lights on YorktownAve.
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As a member -you can have fromI to $208 a month "
indefinitely..:.without reducing your savings! Or, even A REGULAR SECURITY
.; higher monthly income is available each month from CHECK is made on all NAS
five to thirty years! buildings where theives may
strike.MA1 Carl A. Oglesby, Jr.,
I U you have accumulated from $1,000 to $50,000 savings, MOVING IN checks a rear door at the Wives
\ let your free Perpetual Money Wheel show you what our Club.
Perpetual Money Plan can do for your future! OR OUT?

And for folks who haven't accumulated these savings We i
specialize In the Orange
there are 200 exciting ideas right on the same Perpetual Park, Cedar Hills, Ortega- I.
Money Wheel for building income in the years ahead. Venetia area.ROBERTS&GlLMANINC : .f ;.J
Pick up your free Perpetual Money Wheel today. ,' '
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1".it's fo f ea i -This Week's SpotlightMEADOWBROOK DEERSPRINGSESTATES .

in ftpSavings t-\.I' :
HOMES
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.ATKEYSTONE
lmn lyI Orange Park, $25,500-$39,000 HEIGHTS

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... MOBILE HOMESITESCLYDE
I ROBERTS & GilMAN INC. Realtors
W, SIMPSON & CO.
: CPI/STCPEDER L .5703 Roosevelt Blvd. MLS 384-4324 REALTOR 356-6849


and loari associationof

JacksonvilleSavings _J_, Drive to R&S TEXACO for their fantastic...


Insured up to 520,000 by F.S.L.I.C.
11 CONVENI ENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU f

DOWNTOWN DURKEEVILLE BRANCH
Adams and Julia 1815 N.Myrtle Ave.
PH.3548443SOUTHWEST PH.356-4175

BRANCH FIVE POINTS BRANCH
Cedar Hills Shopping Center 803 Lomax Street TEXACO R&S TEXACO
PH.771-0422 PH.358.1204NORTHSIDE

BRANCH REGENCY SQUARE BRANCH 4851 SAN JUAN AVE. PHONE 389.9414
Gateway Shopping Center 101 Monument Road Hours: 7-30am to 7pm,
Monday thru Saturday,Closed Sundays
PH.7655538NORMANDY PH.7251270UNIVERSITY
BRANCH FREE ............................................................
BLVD. BRANCH
COUPON
5911 Normandy Blvd. 5631 University Blvd.W. SPECIAL
PH. 78M383 PH. 131.0833SOUTHSIDE CARWASH '
; TUNE
BRANCH BEACH BRANCH UP $2195
231 S.Third St.Jax Beach 6 tyl. ,
Change
1326 Prudential Dr. with ail + '
PH.246.4801 SPECIAL
PH.3987088CLAY tube & Filter! s $2795
MOBILE'OFFICEServing z.
INCLUDE I ALL MAKES with C
COUNTY BRANCH Baldwin
(Coming SoonO!) andMacclenny, Florida Coupon Good April 1 15 thru 20th



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NO CONTRABAND-Many days Security holds a random vehicle spot check at one of the gates. HEADQUARTERS--AII police departments have a busy :
I This careful check by Sgt. Elmer Crutchfield proved negative and the involved party was sent on his headquarters and the NAS Jax police department is no exception. ,',
way with a pleasant, "Have a nice day." Here Lt. R.P. Heselschwerdt (seated) goes over some paperwork J.

with Patrolman Clyde W. Herzog. '\ I

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PHOTOS BY GO GO DANCERS TOYOTA I


MIKE ROSEOnly : All Topless *


BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS
11 AM til 2 AM Dally
1 1080 Cassat Ave. 388-9016

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-< 1i; .. t R&S. TEXACOCOMPLETE _

J 4-- -. -. .. 5323 Phillips Highway
;'- ., / '. eI. : :>.::: $:;::::*:::$>.'!;>.':;:t. :;' >;:: : :t: att: .
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NEW SHIPMENT ARRIVEDPRICES
AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS

CAR WASH

Ask Ed about our FREE LUBE! 'TEXACO]]I STARTING $ 21 99 P.O.E.


ED STEPHENS,Owner Some of our Toyotas get up to 30 miles to t the
12 Minutes 4851 SAN JUAN AVENUE PHONE 389-9414
(Corner of Cassat&San Juan)
gallon. What does your present car get?

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IT'S IN THE STARS
One
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:; : .: ..; '<" t ),. ,\. LOOK AT THESE GAS SAVER SPECIALS!
Away ,... .:.:\ !' ,.'" ,:. ..3tj ,t
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;}'I .;.I' 70 TOYOTA COROLLLA Sta Wgn 4spd.,
/ RH Perfect little gas saver. Priced very $1295
That's all that separates you low. Only
from Wooalake. Jacksonville

's most spacious apartment 72 TOYOTA MARK II 4Dr.Auto Air Cond,
..., $2 588
community, and the f !" Tinted windows RH White walls, I owner
Naval Base. Quiet, wooded .7- car. Very low mileage.
grounds surround the residences -
.. 72 DODGE CORONET Station
and extensive with air, $2588
Fully eulpped power
recreational facilities. Six CYOUR ,
HOROSCOPE mileage Excel. Cond.
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different floor plans let you t .
choose from luxury one, two this in a good dayto .
take advantage 73 CELICA Medium blue W white vinyl
and three bedroom garden ., '. of the opportunity! roof, 4Spd trans RH. Air-Cond., 1 owner $3288
to make especially
and three bedroom town- car Extra Sharp.
bin' furniture
finod *in
house styles. So if you'relooking don"U afraid offlttiMona

for the finest in living make new 71 VW 2Dr.Deluxe Light Blue,4Spd, Radio,
friciuU by telling $ 1 888
accommodations cross "
,
; .them iilxnit the New set of tires Low mileage. 1 owner.
the Buckman Bridgewoodlalte womlirful furniture at

7)) VEGA HATCHBACK Air Cond 4 speed
trans., 1 owner car Low mileage and extra $1788
nice..
A planned, luxury
communitywoodlalte, 2i&.i FURNITURE1J.JTrRioR. 71 TORINO 4 door, AT, air PS PB, R&H, $1788
lite beige, small 8 engine.

72 TOYOTA Carina. White with blue In
tenor, 4 spd, R&H, WW lo ml. Real gas $2388
1.2.3. Bedroom saver.
Garden Apartments : E DFSiGNERS
Sedan.One of American
3 Bedroom Townhouseswoodlalte Motors 71 .Auto 6cyl, Pwr. Str, $2 888
PARK AVHNU6 (HWY 17))
)152 AC.RH, Low mileage, 1 owner.

GRANGE PARKS PI- 2 w-75-31: 72 VW BEETLE Solid yellow like.new,
San Jose Blvd. at extra clean, 4 spd., R&H WW. Don't miss $2388
Sunbeam Rd. this one. Priced right to sell.

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f: Quality photography vital in today's- Nay


Story & Photos By Jerry Samples // J'Y
; The Fleet Air Photo Lab plays an ever increasing role within the Naval Air Station and tenant
commands,with photographic work varying from aerial photography to reenlistments.
The Photographers at the lab can handle a photographic job from the point of loading the camerato
\ printing a job as large as a wall-size mural.
Black and white photos,color portraits and color slides are all handled by the lab crews. o wII
k With modern processes being used into today's modern world, few realize that the history of
photography dates as far back as 1862,when Matthew Brady,a celebrated Civil War photographer, /II Dt
stood on the deck of the Federal ironclad Monitor and exposed a photographic plate.This was later
; to become one of the first"photographs following the battle"to be placed in history's files.
\. Photography in the Navy began in 1915 when a third class petty officer began taking pictures of the
various activities at the flight school in Pensacola,Fla.
After that, photography in the Navy began to grow. Photographic divisions were established at
Naval establishments,and in 1918 the first photography school was started at NAS Miami,Fla.
From that date, photography has become an important part of all Naval establishments in
covering and filing of historic data,and it will continue to grow,as long as the Navy continues to grow.
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JOB FLOW DESK is where PH2 Bill Sewell determines the correct
PM route for the photo order,depending on if the film is already processedand
printed or if it needs to be developed.
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the lob an order number then starts it on'its way through the photographic system. ''............;.,'..',...;I.' _
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Cedar Hills Shopping Center
House of f Quality t Foods
Phone 771 9223
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choice ofCHOPPEDSTEAKorCHICKENA 9 .j'

DUMPLINGSplus 119

any 2 vegetables, bread A butter % L./4-'-. -

FILM PROCESSING is the next in the After
step system.
WE HAVE A VARIETY OF SEAFOOD DAILY'JACKSONV
development, PHAA Frank Drahos returns the film to the original |lob
order and sends it on to the studio for screening.Mustang .












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I Risinger determines the best quality negative to be sent to the print
room. Other functions consist of copying originals and shooting of

intelligence-, PAO and accident...--connected- -r-photography.-
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processing,before the job order's final stop in the drying room. From the drying room,the photo lob
order is stamped, depending on classification, and is then ready to be returned to the person
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Ronnie Alley copies slides for command presentations, lectures,
progress reports and many such related fields.

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Since 1885

3 WAYS TO SAVE MONEY

( HAVERTY'SYES ON YOUR NEXT APPLIANCE.


No Place Like Home" Read consumer-oriented publications to help you decide which appliance Is the
YES! 1 best buy .. before you make the purchase.

Make sure you deal with a reputable store. If you have any doubts, call the Consumer .
2. Affairs Division of the City of Jacksonville.
militarydiscount
If you finance your purchase, see JAX NAVY FEDERALCREDIT UNION firstl
3
Duval 0 We'll save you money on your loan.
-Laura at

.Our Interest rate on household goods Is 12 per cent Annual Percentage Rate
-Beach Boulevard (APR).Most stores and credit plans charge 18 per cent APR.
We don't charge you extra for credit life Insurance-stores and credit plans do.

--. -Normandy Boulevard
Let us help you save money on your next washer, refrigerator, air conditioner,or other
I if *! 4Ow : household appliance. Bring your next loan need to your,credit union.

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FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONT

ROOSEVELTMALL
HAS CECIL FIELD,Bldg.26
NASJAXBldg.29 PHONE 3U.139t
I I 7729894 or Base Ext.215
Ext,2131
TeI.381 S622orBase HoursMon..Frl.10AM.5:30PM: : .. :
:30PM Hours:Mon Fr1.830AM; 330PM;
Hours: Mon.Frl.9AM. : Sat.9AM.1PM

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:E NARF employee shows


perseverence pays offBy

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NARF PAO
r x. APYrI for their com-
a candidates assemble
Jax When the degree
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mencement exercises April 21 at Jacksonville University, a NARF

X employee will be among them.
"I'm not sure I would want to do it again," said Gerald C. Pendry,
r who has worked every day and attended college classes at night for
the past eight and one-half years. "I guess it depends on how much
you want an education."
Pendry thought about earning a degree in business administrationback
E .y in 1965 after completing a four-year hitch in the Marine Corps.
Zit Full-time enrollment on campus seemed impractical with a wife
rL and a new baby to support,so he took a job as an aircraft mechanic's
helper and enrolled in evening courses to shoot for a degree which

: loomed in a distant future."I .
__ WA carried at least two subjects at all times, year round," Pendry
said, giving his wife much of the credit for her support of a grueling
schedule which left little time for family fun.
.
One of the things which kept him going was his recurring desire to
get into the accounting field, even though he had completed his
-4 training as a helper and had been promoted to journeyman mechanic.
When the opportunity came,Pendry didn't hesitate to switch over to
NAS Supply as an accounting technician, although it meant a con
siderable loss of pay.
After mastering the basics, he became interested in data systemsand
progressed steadily to the position he now holds as an Industrial
"'- r J1/T.-.J ..or' Systems Analyst, designing computer systems for payroll and other

JAX TROOP 131 BOY SCOUTS were the recipients of two second place ribbons at the recent personnel functions.
I Muskogee District Camporee. The boys were judged on various aspects of scouting including par. Persevering toward a goal in the face of great odds has paid
ticipation, campsite layout and cooking. Seventeen boys represented 131 at the Camporee Shown in dividends for Pendry,who is now embarked in the field he likes best.FRA .

the photograph, (L-R) are: Mike Pease, John Taylor,James Whalen,and Jerry Watson Jr.
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Beetle Bailey By Mort Walker \' I: 91 HighlightsJax

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Sa -Fleet Reserve Association (FRA) Branch 91 and the Unit 91
+ Ladies Auxilary will sponsor an Easter Egg Hunt for members'
.,.t'< children Saturday afternoon starting at 2 p.m. at the Branch Home
Collins Road).
((5391
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A USO pantomime troupe will be on hand to furnish the en
Q tertainment.
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"NMsI Mothers are asked to bring cupcakes for refreshments.
I IF WE DONT GET OUT OF THIS
DESERT PRETTY SOON HONEY
WE'LL BOTH CO NUTS|J" All Branch 91 and Unit 91 members, as well as any eligible members *
,are invited to bring their children to the festivities.Mrs. .

Adelaid Mirales, Regional President Southeast of the FRA
At last a wM&i 1 i roof Ladies: Auxilary,will pay an official visit, to Unit 91 on April 12.

that stays wMfti and bright I ,
The ladies of Unit 91 plan to host Mrs. Mirales at a covered dish
dinner starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Branch Home. All ladies from local
e FRA Ladies Auxilary Units are invited to attend.

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GUITAR PLAYERS


Cooler, Whiter, Flexible, Longer Lasting, Economical, Beautiful! STUDIO
FROM THE AGE OF PLASTIC FILMS

MOBILE HOME S f GUITARS
AMPLIFIERS fl.ic

S +C INSTRUCTIONS
F Ci l t Sales-Repairs-Rentals
Music&Accessories
I III II tu "IWIIIIUI NjJ !'*_ II JlISIUW II It -"_
CLOSED WEDNESDAYS AND SUNDAYS
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.the Modern Coating For Today's Mobile Home Roofs

BEAT THE ,... 5225 LENOX AVENUE PHONE 781-1080
ENERGY CRISIS IN COMFORT?I (Across from Pizza Inn at Normandy Mall) .

White, White Roofs afford cooler living conditions. Now you can enjoy the coolness a white
roof brings to a home by reflecting sun ray's..For total savings Fuel plus Electricity,
saves more than any protection. Dyton-Will Resist Flaking, Pealing, Cracking, Chalking,
Oxidation & Ultra-Vlolet Rays.

Those who prefer to have their roofs done professionally should know that we back the TIIE
application of Dyton to your roof with a 5 year guarantee against ANY defect to product or 19
workmanship, and the total cost of this protection Is only 10 cents per square foot
(Example 12 x 60.720 sq.ft. $72.00))
IIOWSIISWIICOMIO
Call.PACE ENTERPRISES 771-9464, if no answer call 781-8855
Nautical Accessories Gifts

,u 50@d !$10 ,a10 (,7_ .. BOATS, MOTORS, CANOES
-, ..? Trojan, Slickcraft
Take advantage of this ) Thunderbird m.
01 ,Y,..ups
$10 OFF I' C. Starcraft: Grumman
fantastic offer today! P1 \ ,

...ON ANY MOBILE HOME .. I'"' (..> U.IIUI
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COMPLETELY COATED! ROOSEVELT BLVD.ATORTEGA
4. .-:: / RIVER
PHONE 317.444V(Open Sundays)
Call PACE ENTERPRISES.. ,. 2 Pier
66 Franchised! Marina

...:h. ll.D'j "VIl people s10 771-9464 10 YACht Expert Broker Engine.wet Service Storage.OutboardStern;Alarine HOIts Driv.lnboUdPAGE .HYII Service

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CALL: 387-3566 !Movie! Schedule



Ads should be mailed to arrive not later' than Tuesday for publication the following ThurSday. Ads

arriving too late for this deadline will be oubhsiieo the following week unless the publ.sher is In-

strutted otherwise. A check or money order for he cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy. .
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RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines) ..$2.50 additional line ((4 words per line) ...60c Thursday April I 11 I min.)

Mail to HOLT PUBLISHING CO., 4565 SHIRLEY AVE. JACKSONVILLE 32210 "SUMMER WISHES, WIN- :\londay\prIl15

TER DREAMS" Drama, "THAT MAN BOLT" Action

STAMPS-CHANGING Starring Joanne Woodward and Drama Starring Fred
HOBBIES
[ EMPLOYMENT t Have $76.89 Face value mint U.S., LRENTALS I Martin Balsam. "PG" ((98 min.) Williamson and Bryon Webster.

Hundreds U.S. used and foreign also Friday, April 12 "R" (104 min.)

AIRCRAFT WORKERS citation Album collection all $100.00 ORANGE PARK "KELLEY'S HEROES" Tuesday, April 16
All type aircraft experience considered 7711153. 2BR Apts. Furn. or Unfurn.; Dish. Drama Clint
Starring Eastwood
"YOU CAN'T CHEAT AN
Immediate
openings Interviews washer, Drapes Carpets, Elizabeth
from 8:00: A.M. 4.00 P AA "'73 BOWR IDER Apts. 771.1405 or 771.3355.2BR.,2BA.APT Donald Sutherland and Carroll HONEST MAN" (Film Classic)

Mon. Fn 18FT. Cobia 165 10. 80 hrs. full O'Conner. "PG" ((114 min.) Comedy, Starring W.C. Fields,

AERO CORPORATION canvas, trailer private party $4,295. ON OCEAN Saturday, April 13: Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy

Lake City Airport Evenings & weekends. 771.5221. Unfurn., All elect kit. CH&A, ex- "HIT" Melodrama, Starring Mortimer Sneard and
Lake City, Fla. Ph. 17527911. elusive area. Security Guard
An Equal Opportunity Employer CHEST DRAWERS Available May 1st. 15 Min. from Billy Dee Williams and Richard Constance Moore. "PG" ((74

Keyhole desk, doubld.bed frame and Mayport Naval Base. Call aft. 5:30: Pryor. "R" ((135 min.) min.)

PART-TIME JANITORIAL JOB china headboard closet., stuffed 264.1136.chair glassed door P.M. 388.8152. Sunday, April 14 Wednesday April 17

8A.M. 12 Noon or 5P.M. 10 P.M. NAS "THE MAGNIFICENTSEVEN "THE SUMMERTIMEKILLERS"

Jax & Cecil, 3552741. Royal Services SWIMMING POOL
RCA COLONIAL TV RIDE" Western Action Drama
3BR.. 2BA, House, over 2,000 sq. ft. ,
21in. Floor model, needs work but stillIs Central AC, 3/. Acre fenced yd. Avail. Starring Lee Van Cleef and Starring Karl Malden and Olivia
PARTOR FULL TIME now in working condition. 264 8700.
MECHANICSAfternoons May 1-Sept. 15, $375.Mo. 7379560.. Stefanie Powers. "PG" (100 Hussey. "PG" ((100 min.) _

Saturdays or FulltimeJax TJ lrmL _.
I REALESTATE I
Top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply In I.LMOBILE HOMES I

person to Mr. Foster, NIMNICHT
TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo
CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat
JUSTISSTRAILER PARK
up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile HONDAOF
Avenue. radius Cecil Field & I 1-295 $2,000.00 to 1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern
trailer and apts. 3893007.
S3.oo0.00
GREAT JOB per acre. Prices are far
below near tuture values. Call
Earn $50 $75 per wk., working part Tony CUSTOM BLT. MOBILE HOMESTO JACKSONVILLE
George, 389.551., Eve. 7711976.
time calling on single girls. Earn YOUR SPECIFICATIONSFHA
more with incentive plan. Must be WYNNE REALTY FLORIDA financing, low Dvn. pymt., low SALES SERVICE PARTS

sharp! Phone 7213600. Realtors Specialist2BR. mo. pymfs. 772 7171.


+ DEN
GETTING READY TO RETIRE?? LETYOUR RENT
I Immac., kit. equip., New carpet, quiet
BEYOURDOWNPAYMENTDEPOSIT
Or Just Getting Out??
loc.
Why not investigate a new career with REQUIRED
the oldest largest and most 3BR., 2BATH SUMIT MOBILE HOMES
Lovely home, with 15' X 24' LR, kit.
,
respected security company in the 5210 Phillips Highway, 733.9422
world Full time positions are equip.. fenced yard. BRING THIS AD FOR $100. OFF 4A 66425NORWOOD'AYE
5'jACRES

available as security officersith
Beaut wooded land, high & dry.
opportunities for advancement. All WE BUY AND SELL
$16.900.
uniforms and equipment furnished. GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES
ACRES & HOU5E
Free life insurance Paid vacations 2 Phone 388.4619
Needs some repair, $8,900. Total
and profit sharing to those who
qualify price. STEAL
Louise T. Bailey 10'X50' Furn: Mo. Ho. + 12'X36' Add. 764.2419
APPLY PINKERTON'S FLA.
771-340 Broker 300 Ft. fence, Sell for $1,348., Ap-
4040 Woodcock Dr., Suite 108
praised at $1,875. X3S1-Cecil, 771.9773or
Phone 398-7317
772.9048.
Equal Opportunity EmployerMISCELLANEOUS 4BEDROOMSWith

Swimming Pool, covered patio,

I L I IA w-w Fireplace.carpeting.Conv.Large to NAS family.& Cecil.room.w- ;, TRANSPORTATION.. I Big Chief Say :

OAKHILL E.2'S & E3'SNO 1
recorded message by CH&A, 3BR., 2BA., fenced yd., with CASH NEEDEDFor FREE WHEEL ALIGNMENT 1
EDWARDSTells
SCOTT all the extras. good used cars, complete
you how to be a MURRAY HILL BRICK financing 3886422. & STATIC BALANCE 1

DISC JOCKEYCall Stately, 3BR., 2BA. Home on corner
355.2944 any hour. Approved for lot, w-CH&A, eat-in kit., fully car. '67 VW WITH PURCHASE OF /
veterans Columbia School .of peted. AC, radial tires fresh paint sky blue,
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not DOLLHOUSE $750., 282.4248 aft 6 P.M. or 282.5316. FOUR TIRES.

affiliated with CBS. Inc. Course by 3BR. Hme Immaculant, wow car.

home study. r peting. Immediate possession. For '45 CADILLAC FLEETWOODNew

only $18,500. V-A Terms. Insp. Sticker, New brakes 14

LIVE CRABS MAGIC NO:$ mpg., Full power $750., 772.7673.NO ,
Wilford's Fish Camp 5 Acres on beautifully wooded country f '

264.9707 living, highway frontage, Bryceville. MON EY DOWN MONARCH i
; ; I
FOSHEE REALTY '69 Plymouth Fury III, HT, V-8, Auto. J Jl

AUTO AIR CONDo SERVICE 388.1581 Broker Air, Low Mo. Pymt. 358 0881.4SOSLMERCEDES Heavy Duty
Also home Central units 8. window

AC, Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 388-SU1. V/J. Y
WE BUY EQUITIES 1973 Silver metallic 27,000 orig. miles 4-Ply

Louise T. Bailey Black interior, Hard & soft top. Auto.
NEW 3 USED
Broker 71-3605 Air, Etc., Mind Cond. By Owner: Polyester P
KIRBYVACUUM CLEANERSOver ,
$11,500., Atlantic Steel Co. 381.3276 or J /
100 Cleaners to choose from FOSHEE REALTY 3988133. I ,', r

$19.95 Up. Dealer 6437 Wilson Blvd. I mmediate cash for your equity, none J
7728936. or too small. 1967 PONTIAC EXEC. r ''
too large :4 Mi. I '
388.1581 Broker $600. Firm. Contact Barracks 95. : 30,000 ,
NEARLY NEW Room. 205. Good condition. Thomas

RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS Ficken. GUARANTEEF78x14or15 'J r

Complete layout, all or any part of. CONTACT f
.a
384.$678 or 2468383. Joe Roplak (RET. NAVY) Realtor NO CASH NEEDED

Associate Representing 1968 Chrysler HT, Cold air, $595 or low "LMECK3aL ti3

UPHOLSTERYOf Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors mo. pay 388.6422.
all kinds furn. car seats, boat $7t80
OFFICEi 771-8036 RES 781. 7715 WANTED 4
tops, draperies-interior decorating, R
MOTORCYCLES
USED
reasonably done because no overhead,
354-7991 USE YOUR VA Any shape size, year model or
Eve. Retired Navy Man.
No Down, completely renovated, condition. 3870551.Diesal .

JEANS PROFESSIONAL spacious, 2BR. Heme, garage, fenced, G78x14 or 15 r R $7580
DANCE ACADEMY pecan & plum trees. $15,000. VanSandt

Westconnett at 103rd & Orange Park, Realtor, 389.3549.. 1

Bellair Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe
Jazz, Hula, Tahitian, Baton, & (1ACRELOTSON t H78x14or15 $7980 ,
JOHNS RIVER
Acrobatics. Register! Now, 771-2521, ST.
Rlverview lots 24 Mi. S. of NAB: ,
Also
Z7.1J464. 778 3655, Children Adults.
: $7,000 $12,000, owner will hold Mortg. > F.E.T. $2.41 to $2.82

GEORGE'SKENNELS 284 9247.
Passenger Tire Guarantee
Dogs A Cats Boarded ,
Pick.Up & delivery service since 1925. NEW CHALET HOME Guaranteed ijiiut ill mid hazards for toe life ot the onMil tread If tire I Ms.we will .tour
Grooming, training 8. shipping. 3BR 2BA.. Carpeted CH&A, 1 acre ) option repair it tret or replace rt..charging only lor the tread weir 01 1 pro rata start
$45.000 with good
Visitors welcome. Bankamericard & on St Johns River ol t the current price plus tnCuinnteed .

Mastercharge honored. Off I 1.10 Near terms 284 9247 / against weir out lor i specified number of miles II tread weirs out m' this pe

Cassat Ave. & Edgewood Ave. RETIREMENT INVESTMENT nod wt will. replace it Charging' for mileage! tied on i proiti share ol Ike current price

S08S Edgewood Court 339-004. 70 Acres, old farmhouse, Barn, plus tu Commercial vehicles eicluded
0
$70.000,29 percent Down, Bal. 10 yrs 8
CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS percent. 13 Acre Pond. 4BR, 2 Bath x
LEFT UNCLAIMED '

JUST RELEASED HomeFRED SACKETT.REALTOR L

Singer Zig Zag Sewing machines 1973 Starke 1-9646522, Nlte 1.468.1753.
model, almost like new. Zig Zags, TractorTrailerdriver

designs appliques, monograms, etc 1 ACRE LOT W-D WIDE TRAILER _
Left 2BA., $22,000, 772.7317, by Ryder. Short _
unclaimed, customer left area Unfurn. 3BR, training li lrr + _' _
cannot locate. Pay balance $62. eachor or 781.2620. home study followed by on the-rig

assume $9. per month payments experience at one of our giant tng. ..
Will take trade. Phone 731 0255. Will SUMMER CABINSIN centers. Approved for Vet. educ.
deliver no obligation. THE SMOKIES For local info call 355-7036 11220 LEM TURNER RO. (Corner Dunn's Avenue) 755311I
Ncar Cherokee & Bryson City, N.C. RYDER TECH. INST. Fla. Nat'l

LIKE NEW Paved Roads, Good Water, Beautiful Bank Bldg. Suite 915. Home office

Used SMos. Slde-By.Side Refrlg. Scenery. For Permanent or Summer Atlanta Ga.
246.8383 orB
Phone
freezer 16 Cu.Ft.$200. Deluxe Washer Homes. Jax. Beach .
City.. N.C. Phone 488 27)4) #. :
$130. Deluxe Dryer $130. 3845834. .YSON N -





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Kenmore washer $75 or both for Electronic IGNITION KIT by
<."',."',.. w..w.w., w.," .., w."w.w..w.w..w...,, ''.,.; '
$125. Call 786.7083RIDERSNormandy Delta, Fits any 12-Volt Negative

Ground System Automobile;
THE Flee-T MARKET I Village,
$29.95 Firm: Call 771-5977
Cedar Hills Area to Main Ex-
A FREE PERSONAL WANT AD SERVICE (evenings)
for Military and Civilian, Employees cf NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field .. change Area. Mon-Fri. Work
hours 9AM to 5:30PM: Contact
.-----------...-----------.. --- MOBILE HOME 10x50, 12x36
Jerry Brian 772.2184 781-3774
Addition Furnished, 300 Ft.
I
FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM I SPANISH DINING ROOMtablewith Fence A-1, Steal' $1348.00 Cecil

, II (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) six chairs, expansion leaf Ext? t 351,772-9048,771-9773, Ask for

iI i and china cabinet. New was $275, MayeuxFor ..........

now $175. Call 786-7083. Sale: BED SPREAD, King

size Imported Italian, rose, with
II For Sale: KOHLER-CAMPBELL Excellent
matching pillow.
Console PIANO. 2 old. Italian I
yrs
IA Condition. Call 264-1894 after 6:00:
Provincial Walnut. Like New p.m. weekdaysFor
i $700.00 Phone 264.6883
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. I 1972 350 KAWASAKI S2, New Sale-Must Sell, getting out-
II Sprockets and Chain, Runs 1968 Chevelle, 4 speed, dependable -

I Excellent, Must Ride & See to and excellent condition,

I II Appreciate, $550.00 737-7340 or lots of new parts, $900.00
Name Office or activity to which assigned 772-3567 Meldrum Ext 261 or 264-2853


For Sale: Kingston BASS PCS Orders Between Bases,
1 Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature GUITAR $50 for more Information Low Equity 3BR,1 IVaBA, C H&A,

II Call Chris at 771-1965 Fenced, Inside Utility, CP
I. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information" requested, (le: Full
military or civilian; employee: personnel assigned to name(typed or printed)of person submitting ad and after 2:30pmDOUBLE: Assume 7PCT Fla or Refinance
M NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity $17000. 2844 or 786-0765 Flannery"New"
to which he is assigned and office telephone. This
SLIDING GLASS
2. Free advertising in the '_ I.e.T MARKET"
I information is for authentication only and your ad i
will be limited to: Offers to buy sell or rent housingfor DOOR, COMPLETE WITH ALL Craig Floor Mounted
of this information.
should be worded independently
I personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I Hardware, Like New Condition, Auto 8-TRACK TAPE PLAYER
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to
S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear in I Best offer 781-2666 with 2.5" Speakers $50.00
and from work announcements of educational
;
I offered -following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads Campbell 771-3211 ext 676, 398-
courses by non profit organizations or
arriving after that date will be placed in the
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted following week edition. Ads will be run only onetime I RIDERS OR RIDE: Wanted to 3736 after 5 pm and weekends
only if the words "PCS" (for military), or
I unless I submitted as prescribed above. Scuth Florida on Weekends and
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the
I. ,' Jacksonville area)are included in: the wording of the share expenses. Call Pecic at 3138 Avacodo WhirlpoolREFRIGERATOR.FREEZER
'. No phone calls accepted regarding
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied WI. 13
I "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR !
by the word "Free". NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide I 0 1966 OPEL KADETT WAGON cu.ft. Excellent Condition, Must

I 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I. Runs well. 30 mpg. 450.00 264-5578 see to appreciate Make offer. Call
I '"Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed I 771.5777
in each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No
I Reduced: MOBILE HOME with
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I
accepted. Room Addition Excellent Condition For Sale-Small Fans 1-S2.50, 1 1-
rI 4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T I 24,000 BTU AC, Extras $4.00,1 Electric Heater (Small) -
MARKET" Editor CO JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, .. Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a I Setup$3695 or Best Offer 786-9395 $4.00 Call 771-3211 Ext 8134 Mon-
I NAS Frl 9.2 Ask for "Agnes"GOLF
.1 OR requirements, will be refected. The publisher
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor, CO AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I 1972 CAMARO-ACPSAutoVinyl
111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 3221$. These forms ---------I Top, Excl. Cond.,. Chief
CLUBS, Left Handed,
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-----------r -- --.tl --- ------------ Shoemaker 772-3072
Woods 1.3.4, Irons 3456789W.
71 Cricket-PLYMOUTH, $700, Need TEENAGER to do minor Will let go. DUO THERM AC Like New
Played only 18 Holes.
Gold, Automatic, Radio Heater. MAINTENANCE and YARD 36000 BTU Central $450 Also. 1970 1968 CHARGER, 318 Small Eng, 249-8346
or 771-3211 X8177
Needs minimal work, 25 miles to Work. Cedar Hills Area. Possible Suzuki 250cc Motorcycle $500 PSPBAT, New 670 Belted tires.

gal. Ext. 2840SWIMMING Full Time Summer EmploymentCall Halclaw Motor. Cycle Trailer Asking $895.00 76565463Plece

786-7711 or 771-8075 after $125 For Sale .. 1974 FORD

POOL for Sale 6PM SECTIONAL with End ECONOLINE VAN-302 V-8, hvy.

Complete with In-Pool Ladder, Ride LAWN MOWER. One Runs Tables Call No. 771.9305 dty sprlngs-shocks-16m. gal.,

and6'x20' Sun Deck. Call Bill Ext CHILD'S White VANITY SET with the other for parts. Best offer 123" base mos old, make out.standingcamperpastel

2885 NAS Jax stool, mattress and box spring over $40 778-8446 For Sale "68" TORINO GT Auto lime

rubber form twin size, Jaloulse Trans, PSPB, Bucket Seats, Cecil Fid. Ext. 8344 or 8345
RIDE NEEDED Vicinity Ricker Door 36" (Outside) 743-3092 SWAP WANTED: ATAN at NAS (Gold/ /8 2DR Hrdtop, Excellent
Road and Wilson Blvd. or 103rd Condition Phone 772.2382 after 5
Pensacola wants with
swap 1970 GMC 'Va T Pickup, SWB,
St. to Jax Supply Call Bill Ext SENTRY LITE 6 Volts, Less ATAN at NAS Jax or Cecil Field 264-2315 AM&FM Radio, AC, AT, Mud

2885 Battery (Power Fails Lights EAOS March 1977 Sandra Grips, Clean Low Mllege, Good
Come on New) 743-3092 Phillips BKS 650 NAS Pensacola 1966 STING.RAY. 327 "4" speed. Condition 1895 264-6163
1969 CAMARO, 396, 4Spd, ACP- 904-455-9057 anytime 13 mpg. Will sell for assurance It

SPBPWAM-FM Stereo & 8 1968 FORD Wgn., 8 Pass. Cty. .......... will be cared for and $$2000.00.. 772-
Track Tape Player, Mags & Good Sdn., PSPBAC, One Owner, MAYTAG DRYER uses 115 3451 after 4:00: p.m. Ask for Sears Coldspot 18,000 BTU AIR

Rubber. $1400.00 After 7 PM 772- Excellent Condition, $950. Call volts, plugs into any outlet. $75. Brewer CONDITIONERExcellentCondition
8070 During Working Hrs. 772- 771.3142 after 4PM Used Only 4 months
3582 .1 -- $250.00 772-9533

and POST OFFICE DELIVERYEASTER N .......
Quick Easy FAST FREE *
Maytag APARTMENT size

GIFTS WASHER, avacado green. {
Excellent condition. Almost f

selection newt Was $206 new. must t
ERl ...Complete now -
The BIGGER and CANDIESand COSMETICS \ sacrifice for only $145. Moving ,.

Chantilly-Dana.Chanel'Prince MatchabelllVENETIA "' g 778-1399
u/y ......N..
:&ELL.A.lR: : I -


: Homes are now available in Clay County! I it DRUGS with SPACIOUS attached HOME rental and double Income lot

Just North of Kingsley Ave.on Bellair Blvd. "Your Neighborhood Pharmacist" apartment. Murray Hills $30,000
Orange Park..See them todayl! Call LCdr. Stover 772-3584 or 389-
5501 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD PHONE 384-6452 6977


$37,000-


.. $40,500a --

(VA or Conv. Terms) B.EGoodrichGOODRICH

"HARDEE'S NEED YOU...

SOLD ONLY BY If you want a new

Career in Fast Food
CLAY COUNTY GUARANTEED RETREADS Management in

REALTY Southeast United

BLACKWALLS Plus 45c FET States... Growing

EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR... $12 and Retreadable Trade Dynamic Company
WHITEWALLS Sl.SO
or more
expanding Westward...

:ElELL.A.ER: : I = ALL SIZES IN STOCK! top benefits including GI

fJ Bill and Stock Options".
HOME :eUILDERS: INC.: \ Goodrich I
Writt: Mr. Dick Heatly

Car Care Center Director of Personnel
PHON E 264-9579 or 264-2445 Spartan Food Systems,Inc.
Member of National Home Builders Associationand P.O. Box 3168

Jacksonville Home Builders Asoclaf ions 3719 BLANDING BLVD. 772-7600 Spartanburg S.C 29302
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The American food supply is made by food and health __
quacks Claim Modern
not only the most abundant in the and the facts : processing _
as stated by FDA removes most vitamins and minerals _
world, it is also unsurpassed in nutritional experts from foods. rt

variety, cleanliness and nutritional _
Claim You
value. : are what you eat. Fact: While any type of processing .
Fact: In one sense, yes. But
including simple cook.
But despite the efforts of the
you are also what
heredity and reduces
ing, the nutrient contentor
U.S. Food and Drug Administration environment have
contributed. of food
quality modem
(FDA) to educate consumers Claim pro
: Our soil has lost Its vita cessing methods
are designed to b
about the need for a well-
mins and
minerals; thus our food
keep such losses low
as as pos
diet and the
balanced nutritional
have little
crops nutritional value. sible. For some foods nutrientsare
of food, quackery still
quality Fact: Fertilizers return nutrients restored by enrichment after

exists. to the soil, thus food crops processing.
Nutrition quacks, using half contain the expected nutritional .
Claim: Pesticides are poison-
truths and outright fiction, can value.
ing our nation.
often persuade people of the validity Claim: Chemical fertilizers are .
Fact
When
: pesticides!>> on
of their position. Very often, poisoning our soil.
food leave
crops a residue, FDA
they also have something to sell. Fact: Modern fertilizers are and the Environmental Protec-

Here are some of the claims needed to produce enough food
tion Agency make sure the
for our population.There is scientific
no
amount will be safe for consumers

evidence to indicate that If any is allowed, the
Retired the soil is being poisoned. ,
amount is set at the lowest level

that will accomplish the desired
O'Wivesset Claim: Natural organic fer
purpose, even though a larger
tilizers are safer than chemical fer VP-5 SAILOR OF THE QUARTER-YN2 William G. Kilpatrick is
be
amount might still safe.
tilizers and produce healthier congratulated by Cdr. Weir, VP-5 skipper, after being selected thesquadron's
party Claim: You have to eat special
crops. Sailor of the Quarter. Petty Officer Kilpatrick serves as
foods if you want to lose weight.
the "Mad Fox" assistant administration supervisor in the VP-5 Admin
Jax-The Retired Officers Fact: Successful weight con
Fact: Organic and chemical Department.
Wives Club has trol depends primarily on self-
fertilizers produce of
scheduled a cocktail party crops equal control of one's total food intake

for Saturday, April 20, quality Chemical and fertilizers are equally safe. while maintaining a reasonablelevel GOOD THRU APRIL 20, 1974DISCOUNT
are easier to
from 6:30: p.m. to 7:30: p.m. than' of physical activity. Your
use organic fertilizers be.
at the NAS Jax Officers physician should prescribe any Q
Club. cause organic ones cannot be special diet you need. 1 0
absorbed as such by plants. They

made Reservations should be must be broken down by bacteriain vy >fe Bring this ad and get a
by April 17.
the soil until they finally A recent law allows the Vet. 10% discount on any

For additional information become the same chemical erans Administration to provideup V v muffler and pipe installa.**
on the tion.
elements-potassium, phosphorus to
$30,000 worth of low cost '
gathering, call Rae and nitrogen-that are sup. mortgage protection life insur- 1 he Solution to

Gillespy at 264-9710, Billy plied directly and more quickly by once for about 10,000 severely custom ISoi c And Pollution;
Sherin at 724.3514, or modem chemical fertilizers. disabled veterans. We do pipe bend*

Margit Martin at 264-5308. ing and can give you a r -t

Bring a friend and danceto lifetime muffler warranty :

the music or"Whatever's on most foreign cars. ,

Fair." QUESTIONSABOUT I Muffler Shops



LOANS? eI 9650 tem Turner Rd 768-5144

Jax's Greatest V-i 6416 N. Main St. 765-1081

5466 W. Beaver St. 781-9090

FURNITURE WE'LL ANSWER THEM.No .


( I names. No sales pitches t ,) 4

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e eIkALI Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on

your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick, rt% .t'

courteous answers, call us today, We won't ask your name ,
,
.
or talk shop unless you want us tt). i

Dial Finance

We don't want you to like us just for our monev. v
40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 I r

5256 Beach Blvd. 396.2895
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.1 1 4721 San Juan Ave. 384.2314 Cash to 2: 1

1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764.2583 $5800
SURPLUS GOODS g
f Sieiman Lone Star Center "-.; a iC

r DISCOUNT I STORE 6681 Arlington Rd. 724.95 i. a 1 t

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1113$ Beach Blvd 44114* V


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TERRACEApartments RECORDED FIRST Leasing INtI 4


MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATE 1800 park avenue


Pool. Patios-Balconies MfNJMUNt INVESTMENT-$
WTW CarpetDrapes .
Central Heat&Air :
Modern Kitchen Appliances FidRtajSpENTS; ( ; ONLY

Laundry Room w'rwwwwwrww
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1 BR FURNISHED Send Coupon for Information

$120 up EVERS & ASSOCIATES

K. FLA. 32073
2 BR FURNISHED 1929 PARK AVE, BOX 757 ORANGE.PAR
.4400
TELEPHONE 264
$170 up

?'i miles from NAS Ja*
NAME-_ llenl
10 miles from NAS Cecil a/ulIl

S34ZSEABOARDAVEJustoff ADDRESS -

( Timuquana) rI
PHONE in.no* CITY orange park 264.1511

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"Ya hoot Mountain dew! r

1
Jax VP-24 and Commander Patrol Wing 11 officers will be cc-
hosting a "Mountain Dew"party April 20 from 6:30: p.m. to 12:30 a.m
at the NAS Jax Officers Club.
w The party will feature a barbecued ribs and chicken buffet dinner
and dancing to the music of Archie Leslie and"Whatever's Fair".
a Attire for the evening is "Hill Billy" or very casual and a bottle of;
cheer will be given to the person wearing the best costume.
Events will include a beer drinking contest and a jug band contest
(the "Batmen"of VP-24 have challenged all other jug bands).
X>(X A keg of beer will go to the unit winning the beer drinking contest
and a case of beer will be given to the jug band contest winners. KM
o 1 All officers and their wives or dates are invited.
Tickets are on sale at VP-24,COMPATWING and the O'Club.
Y'all Come, Ya Hear!


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MOVING UP-Warrant Officer Peter T. Christman (Right) is
FOR, promoted to his present rank by Cdr. Daniel H. Demand, VP-24
skipper. Mr. Christman leaves the "Batmen" this week for duty
aboard USS Independence.


EASTER DINNERs Second WO for VP24JaxChief


Petty Officer Peter A veteran of the Vietnam War,
T. Christman has become VP- he holds the Navy Commendation
24's second warrant officer Medal with Combat

Mr. Christman was appointedto "V", the Vietnamese Campaign
his present rank April 1 in Medal with seven Stars and the
Y ceremonies conducted by Cdr. Vietnamese Cross of Gallantrywith
s Daniel H. Demand commanding Palm.
officer of the "Bat

men". While attached to VP-47, he was
: I Since joining the Navy in 1955,
deployed to Vietnam three times
Officer Christman has
Warrant
and received the Strike Flight
i served with VA-83, VP-47, VP-30, Air Medal and two Navy Unit
as well as VP-24. Commendations.
"r During his tour with VA-83, he

..... \ received both the Armed Forces
.
I. c Mr. Christman joined VP-24 in
: : Expeditionary Medal with a Star
c October of 1972 and has since
and the Navy Expeditionary
received two Letters of Com-
Medal.
mendation from the VP-24

t FOR THE ULTIMATE commanding officer for services
SATISFACTION OF A performed by the squadron's
Give Mother a day off Ordnance Branch while deployedto

.
t ( & NS Keflavik, Iceland.
'

to enjoy Easter : \." l .
DRIVE THE

with her BIG RIGSTrain
family.Join
to drive tractor.trailers
t with combination of home study
and resident training at one of '
us for Turkey and Dressing or our Ham our huge training centers.

Dinner with all the trimmings being served from t and Prepare better for a pay.brighter Effective future

noon until 10 pm in the Ring of Flame and Galley SEE MOON MULLINS placement assistance provided.
FOR LOCAL INFO CALL
Royale Restaurants. (LCdr. USN, Ret.) AT ((904)) 355.7036

RYDER TECH.INST.
Claude Nolan Fla Nat I Bank Bldg, Suite 915
Jacksonville, Fla.32202
Jut HOME OFF. ATLANTA,GA.
STEAK D LOBSTER Mix Your Own APPROVED FOR VET. ED.
WILL BE SERVED fREESALADand 937 MAIN ST' PHONE 353-3922
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AS USUAL IN THE All the Beer You
Can Drink in the
RINGOFFLAME 7 1iii y RING OF FLAME THE MEETA

RESTAURANT Restaurant FRAMERYFormerly



HAVE YOUR FAVORITE COCKTAIL ( Frame Circus) GOODNEIGHBOR
BIFORCOR AFTER DINNER.ORANGE III((I

5HO BLANOINC BLVD.
I (Next to PiC'n Save at 103rd!t.) OF YOURS
PHONE 772-0500
See

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PARK Large Selection of lorII

CUSTOM &1 READY. your
MADE FRAMES fairly

1 US 17 South at 1.295 TH WO Rs MIRRORS i4surenleneeds.
r t* PRINTS andORIGINAL .

Phone 264.9513 PAINTINGS FRANK H. TALLY C.LU.

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y x11 r I r I ? r r r r 1I 10% OFF! -r- 384-2224 Lib e
'i.I
: good",ighb t,
Sun Firmottitn
I ...to all military personnel IYIYIIMI .

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IBOATING SAFETY

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Now before the boat is
teaching
method, as shown
removed from winter shelter, below the boater can learn at his
boaters should make time to pre- Ftii1f
own speed while reviewing the
themselves for a safe and
pare material he has already read.
enjoyable summer on the water.
One way, according to the "There are two things you must
General Services Administra do before you leave home to go
tion's Consumer Product Information out in a boat. We've already discussed
Center, is to take The the first one-check the
Skipper' Course published by weather. The second might be
the U.S. Coast Guard of the new; to you, That is file a 'Float
Department of Transportation. Plan.' Here's what you do. As
Copies are available for $1.50 soon as you have planned a boat f
from Consumer Product Information trip and have checked the
Pueblo, Colorado 81009.I weather, tell a reliable relative,
The Skipper's Course is designed friend or neighbor where you are
to help new or experienced going, who you will have with
boaters learn or review by them you, and when you are coming
selves basic safe boating tech- back. Stick to your Float Plan
niques. once you're out on the water-if ,
Each section presents a small you should go to another area,
amount of information followedby then your Float Plan is no good.
a short quiz. Using this self. When you return,cancel the float
plan-that is tell those concerned ,
you're back. Otherwise, you skiWCLCOME
NROTC might he reported overdue and
the Coast Guard might have a -
false alarm on its hands.
ceremony TOTHE U.S.AIR FORCE-Mal.| Kenneth P. Tevebaugh (Left), 79th Radar Squadron
QUIZ: What are the two most Commander, greets Capt. Guler and 1st Lt. Sari of the Turkish Air Force before the three officers
set at JU important things to do before
a headed for an Aerospace Defense Command (ADC) graduation ceremony at Tyndall AFB, Fla. At
Jax-The Jacksonville boat trip? the graduation, Capt. Gruler and Lt. Sari had the privilege of meeting Gen. L.D. Clay, Jr., Commander -
a. Check the weather and get of the ADC,who was the guest speaker at the ceremony.
NROTC Unit :-
University out the personal flotation devices.
will hold its Annual Spring b. Make sure the boat is secured -
Review and Awards to the trailer and check the
Ceremony on Thursday, fire extinguishers. CONSERVE ENERGY / e:
April 18, at 2:45: p.m.Ceremonies c. Check the charts and file a .\ ':- .
are Float Plan.d. .
scheduled to be held at Check the weather and filea
Brest Soccer Field on the Float Plan.
JU campus. In the event of The correct answer for the quiz
inclement weather, the is "d.ItPool THE CRISIS I Ii

site Swisher will Gymnasium.be moved to .

RAdm. Lawrence R.
Water Phone .
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Geis, COMTACAIRLANT, Analyzed 244-4584
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One and two bedroom apartmentsin tion of new Volvos is even greater
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Dennis MarshallThe
howl.
Navy Jacksonville cautiously The boats sailing, more so than By Mike Rose 715th home run. The sun
Yacht Club held its regular raft, hoisted slipped sail the power craft. Also I've hada Well, things haven't was shining Tuesday
monthly meeting Wed- course for home. and set couple of digs from the been going too well lately. morning and the kids
nesday the 3rd. Ken racing types. Due to the The governmental and weren't slouched againstthe

Hespe, club commodore, Last month's cruise to fact that any column political scene is pretty wall dragging on their
called the meeting to order Fort George proved to be derives it content from disheartening. The cost cigarettes. They were out
and normal business affairs such a success that events and input -- I of living is up 10 percent in the grass, one boy
were discussed. Glen another Fort George personally invite anyone and I'm not real sure how holding a 1X2 wood strap
Maxwell informed us that cruise is being planned for who experiences an eventor I'm going to pay my over his right shoulder. A
he plans to establish Easter weekend. has input,representing electric bill. Food pricesare cute young girl was lob-
training classes in Hopefully the weather will his particular boating out of sight and I've bing pine cones right
spinaker prccedures on co-operate with clear interest, to contact me via still got over a year to go across the letters to him.

the Oday sailboats, so skies and a warm sun. The the JAX AIR NEWS or the on my enlistment. No Several other kids con-
anyone interested, these beaches and water can Navy Jax Yacht Club.I doubt about it, we have stituted a makeshift

classes should be availablesoon. provide hours of fun and seen better times.A outfield.As .

Bud Lucas, NAS entertainment for kids guarantee that his tableau that I witness I drove out of the
marina manager gave us and adults alike. Anyone information will be given every morning as I yard, a pine cone bouncedover
some info on projected who's got a yen for this equal publication rights. prepare to drag myself to the fence into my

plans for the marina area one, contact me at the So..See ya on the river. work for another yard. "It's outta' here," ...
as well as plans for the marina..just ask for uneventful day has been they cried. "715," they
new NJYC Clubhouse. Dennis. rather representative to shouted, slapping theboy's
me of the quality of
Congratulations to the poor palms as he rounded
Entertainment Com- Have you ever won- Help us our lives. I live directly the imaginary bases.
mittee; two color films dered at the strange lingoof next to a junior high "715," I heard as I weavedmy

were shown at themeeting's sailors and yachtsmen? help.So school and am saddenedto way down the gravel
see the kids outside in
end. Steve Nail Well, as with any par- the driveway.
promises more of the same ticular sport, a special early morning gloom I felt a lot better

in the coming months.As use language in that is developed individual for: before sneaking the 8 o'clock cigarettes bell. Tuesday Thanks, Hank.No .

one'sleft Once in awhile there will Job to big or smallComplete
previously men- sport. In the art of sailing,
tioned, cruising seems to many various ropes and be an occasional young Tree
be in favor with many of lines are in use, usually at out couple making out, but Work
most of the time it's Surgeon
just a !
the club members, the same time. It was soon ,
although we still have discovered that some in the long row of slouching FREE Firewood ESTIMATES
kids
skinny sitting
many racing enthusiasts method had to be devisedin againstthe Land Clearing
competing in the local order to tell one from wall dragging on their CALL 355-9037 OR 757.1195
cold.the cigarettes.Well .
area events, (some doing another so as not t to it was different Licensed and Insured
quite nicely in the stan- confuse them. For
Tuesday morning. AMERICAN TREESDavid
dings). example, any line that
Monday night Henry
controls sail is called + good RoyMikeZazzarofUSN
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A couple of weekends SHEET. The lines that neighbor .
back, not to be detered by ......
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sustained winds 15 to 18 called HALYARDS. Many cu....
knots, nine sailboats from boats carry a per- Let the
NAS got underway for a manently attached line on kta

surprise sail south. The the bow to be used in i CLINTONAUTO
course was divided into mooring or making the SALES r'GJiicreate:
six separate legs with only boat fast to a pier;this line
the individual skipper is called a PAINTER. On 5829 Financing BLANDING Arranged BLVD. a New & Lovelier "You"

knowing his destination.The sailboats, many tasks call 71 VW Beige (Super Beetle) .
last leg sailed, the for the use of various 71 VW Brown (Super Beetle)
crafts rafted together at small pieces of line, 70 VW Orange (Beetle) Custom Fits

anchorage just south of usually pre-cut and of 70 VW Green (Fastback) Res. Sizes 28-54CupsAA.O Ilh
69 VW Red (Beetle)
Julington Creek. uniform length, these 69 VW Yellow (Beetle)
short pieces of line are 69 VW Aqua Blue (Beetle) BULGES :
Covered dishes were normally called SMALL 68 VW Green (Beetle) FLESH INCUPFULLANDFIRM
passed to the center boat STUFF. It's fun to learn 68 VW Light Blue (Beetle)
which served as chow 68 VW Red (Beetle)
and use these expressionsand Wheels
tender for the hungry quite naturally, its fun 68 VW Chrome White (Beetle)
sailors. Good times
were to sail. 67 VW Dark Blue (Beetle)
had by all but as the afternoon 66 VW Gold (Station Wagon) j i.
wore on, 0 n It has been brought to 66 VW Green (Beetle)
attention that this Open 9-8 Closed Sundays
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I.ij; l NWCA 121 Installation held I -

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t \ The big night of the year for Bryan; Parliamentarian Terry standing committee chairmenfor

i! No. 121 was the clubs installation Froitzheim; and Chaplin,Audrey the year Our new chaplin P PPeople
" held on March 30, 1974. McQuaid their guards of office Mary Rodgers gave the closing I
t Installation ceremony was and a personal gift. She prayer. Everyone enjoyed _
f"f"t t. held in the base chapel. The newS presented her Historian Carolyn themselves and No. 121 wants to

l' Board is: Pres. Mrs. Terry Risley and Master Of Arms say thank you to everyone who who drink more than farction was present in males and

1 W (Norman) Froitzheim; V. Pres. Donna Dilworth their guards.She came and to all who had a handin five cups of coffee a day have females, in young (up to 59 years
; 11{ Mrs Donna (David) Dilworth; also presented her standing doing something to make the about twice as great a risk of having old) and old ((60 years or older),

l'a"' I Recording Sec. Mrs. Geri (Clell. committee and gave them each a evening a big success. an acute myocardial infarction and in American hospitals and

." ..1 Jr.) Mitchell; Corresponding small token gift of appreciation. as people who drink no coffeeat non-American hospitals. The association
Sec. Mrs: Mary (Doug) Bryan; She called Capt. & Mrs. Marshallup all. held in those patients

n, I Treas. Mrs. Meribeth (Winifred) front and gave them a gift of This finding of an association with and those without diabetesor '
s Freeman; Parliamentarian Mrs. appreciation for all the things between coffee consumption and hypertension
Helen (Ed) Hall; and Chaplin they did for the club the past heart attacks emerges from the Although Drs. Jick and Slone
\ Mrs. 'Mary (George) Rodgers year for which we the club say a Boston Collaborative Drug Surveillance found a strong correlation between

.' were installed by Senior chaplin big thank you. Geri Mitchell who Program (BCDSP). The coffee drinking and
\\ Capt. R.M. Harrison. Ushers for was the MC for the evening then program receives support cigarette smoking this finding
!.. ,! the evening were Mrs. Judy called Helen to the mike to through a contract from the National could not explain the association

,,- II J (Martin) Etzold, and Mrs. present her with her gift from the Institute of Generall\1edi. between coffee drinking and

I\,,', ;1 Carolyn (Pete) Risley, each of outgoing board. Then the biggest 4 cal Sciences. heart attack. Only a small excess
I the officers were escorted by highlight of the evening was the Hershel Jick, !M.D. and Dennis .of smokers were in the group that

; their husbands, organist for the announcement by our sponsor Slone, !M.D., co-directors of the had heart attacks.
\ evening was Mrs. Adele (Ray) Mrs. Alice Marshall as to whom ..,j 1 BCDSP at Boston University Drs. Jick and Slone offer several -

Barnett and soloist was Mrs. was picked by the club mem- Medical Center, collected data on possible explanations for
1 ... Geri Mitchell. To finish out the bership as Miss Congeniality.The w the daily hot beverage intake be their findings.

evening everyone went to the award for this is the Sun- fore hospital admission of 276 pa According to them "A first pos
CPO Club for the dinner and Burst Pin and the winner was tients with acute myocardial infarction sibility is that patients who drink

program., Mrs. Mary (Doug) Bryan. They compared this coffee heavily and patients who
Guest speaker was Capt. JohnE Congratulations Mary. The group to 1,104 matched control develop myocardial infarction

Marshall, CO NAS Cecil Field. evening was coming to an end as patients with other diseases. The have similar personalities and
Our outgoing Pres. Helen Hall we saw outgoing Pres. Helen investigators asked the patients if thus coffee drinking would only

.I gave her outgoing board Hall present the gavel ,to the they drank zero, one to five, or be indirectly related to myocardial
members V. Pres. Geri Mit- incoming Pres. Mrs. Terry more than five cups of coffee daily. infarctions." Although they
(: chell; Recording Sec. Judy (Norman) Froitzheim. Mrs. When they controlled the have no information for or

Etzold; Corresponding Sec. Froitzheim gave her acceptance groups for age, sex, and hospital against this theory the investigators -
F, Donna Dilworth; Treas. Mary speech and then named herr' (patients were studied in eight believe it remains a possible -

different hospitals in,,the United explanation.A .
; States, Canada Israel and New second possibility is that
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' ,' i B BlMBHR H m l BaB BBBBBBBH>BBWILSON Zealand), the investigators foundno ";here is a substance or sub
I significant differences in tea stances in coffee other than caffeine
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p&nttoc consumption between the two that makes individuals who

groups. In fact, while heart at drink coffee heavily more suscep--
100% GUARANTEED USED CARS tack patients consumed more coffee tible to developing myocardial in
) than their controls, the trend farction." The investigators rule

\ \ PRICES SLASHED! for tea consumption was in the out caffeine and sugar as explanations -
opposite direction. Tea '
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..due to Overstock of Used Cars. sume similar quantities of both
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of the data from American and were found between
73 FORD MUSTANG 2 dr. 71 PONTIAC GRAND
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drinking and heart attack.
and histories of
Radio 'Buckets, auto trans, AC, officer to make sure you aren't being past
I 239 1 Association between coffee in- myocardial infarction. It is possible -
Was $2695.. NOW$ P.S.P.B. P.W. & AM-FM cheated.
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73 PONTIAC'" CATALINA 2 of the disease could have e-
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trans, AC, P.S., P.B., AM 71 CHEVROLET IMPALAI having had a heart attack. However
Radio & Rally II Wheels. 4dr.H.T., Kelly Green with 1'* since no information was
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$219S..NOW$1895 TOPLESS GO GO4PM
73 PONTIAC VENTURA Was -2AM this possibility remain to be explored -
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71 PONTIAC LEMANS
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bowling
The
leagues were the scene of three league only other match in the Benny Lynn led his Solex 5 AMERICAN LEAGUE REBELS 24 16
saw
600 series last week with Rich Dycus' 607 FICEUR 5 overcome team to three wins over the W L GUTTER RATS 17 19
Nicholson of the Ones Bunch in against the enough Screwballs.to take three Batmen No. 2 team when he BUSCH LEAGUERS 28 12 HC.2No.1 14 26

the Pacific League rolling a 615 ATLANTIC rolled a 204. LATE CHARGERS 26 14 SPLITMAKERSNo.2 11 25

set that included a 235 game, Mike Vickers rolled LEAGUE a 223 for Also occuring in the league PSSSSST 24th 15th WALLBANGERS 8 32 .
Wayne Dycus of the Screwballsin TEXACO STARS 221 16
his NarJax team in the Atlantic were the matches between the ;
the Continental League rolleda League last week as they won Splitmakers No.2 team and HC-2 SEA KINGS 24 17th ,I
607 with a 226 game and Lloyd all four from the first place Mad No. 1 that resulted in three wins HURRICANES22 18 PACIFIC LEAGUE
Hoffman of the Texaco Stars Foxes. for the RED BARONS 17 23 W L "
As
a result NarJax is Splitmakers with Peter
turned in 603 with now NFO 27 ONE'S BUNCH 29 11 w;
a of 13
games 237 in first Blackwood
and the Mad Foxes rolling a 202 for HC-2
and 210 in the American League. are a and between the MARINE BKS No.2 12 28 TRIPPERS 28 12 +
and Pin
game a half behind in Busters and
results MAD FOXES No.3 29 PELICANS 26 14 .
Team and other in. Gutter 11
second. Rats that
.
John Pyla rolled a 202 in resulted in
dividual highs in the five intramural the Mad Foxes losing cause. three wins for the Pin Busters. CONTINENTAL LEAGUE CPOs 26 14 j
ADCOPS :'
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25 15
leagues ,
were as The Six Packs and AFEES W ;
follows: Pacific League 1 SPLITMAKERS No J 20 20
split in ;
their GAFFERS
match last week 28
Ones Bunch
AMERICAN LEAGUEThe used the 615 by HIGH LIFERS 19 21
Busch which witnessed the 213 game Nicholson to take three from the GEMS 25 15 BUSCH BUDS 18 22
Leaguers
astride the top of the American stayed Six that Pack.George Humbert rolled for High Lifers and stay on top of the DOCS HELP 22 24 16 18 MAD FOXES No.2 12 28 .....;
Pacific League standings.The HC-2 N o.2 9 31
last ,
League standings week
as The CPOs and Controllers THUNDERBOLTS 22 18 '
they split with the Sea Kings. The completed the Atlantic League Trippers stayed one game SCREWBALLS 18 22 FASO 8 32 ;

Leaguers two wins were largely a slate with the result being three behind Ones Bunch with their ZEROS 18 22. .'
result of Bill Fertig's 201 and wins for the CPOs.John Coleman three wins against the CPOs. WOMEN'S LIB 17 23 ATLANTICLEAGUEWRECKERS ;

Richard O'Neill's 200. took the role of leader for the Mike Holmes rolled a 200 in the 17 23 W tL +. .':
The second place Late winners with his 207 game. CPOs only win. FICEUR 5 16 24- NARJAX 231 121; "

Chargers moved to within two NATIONAL LEAGUE ROSE'S RAIDERS 13 27 MAD FOXES. No. 1 22 14 ;.f
games of the top when they took The Rotor Heads rolled two The Pelicans moved from AFEES 211; 14th &
three from NFO. Foard Parsons matches last week in the National fourth to a tie for third when they NATIONAL LEAGUE CPOS 20" 15 1v -

rolled a 203 for the Chargers and League and increased their totalin swept all four from HC-2 No. 2 % 12SIX PACKS 20 191h J'.
ROTOR HEADS
Ed Nyseth was one pin behind the win column by seven when even though Manuel Cuevas 28 18 12 .
rolled a 220 for HC-2. LIONHEARTS 27 9 DIRT BALLS 15
with a 202 for NFO. they took all four from Batmen PIN BUSTERS 14
Third place PSSSSST just No. 2 and three from the The Splitmakers took three SOLEX5 26 14 SEA HORSES 12 28 T

barely hung onto third after they WallBangers. They were from ADCOP with Wayne MARINE BKS 24 25 16 15 BATMEN No. 1 IH 201h \
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lost all four to the Texaco Stars rewarded for their efforts with a Kislingbury rolling a 204 for SPARKS 11 29

when Hoffman contributed his jump from sixth to first when the ADCOP and the Busch Buds'
600 set. The Stars moved to league leading Lionhearts lost three wins over FASO roundedout I

within a half game of PSSSSSTas first as a result of not having any the action. in the Pacific
a result of their meeting. matches at all last week. League.

Other matches in the leaguesaw WITHOUT ADVERTISING YOU WOUlDN7 KNOW
the Mad Foxes No. 3 team
take three from the Hurricanesand

the Red Barons take all four

from the Marine Barracks.CONTINENTAL .

LEAGUE NO MONEY DOWN !
'
James Fisher rolled a 223 and

Ted Lunsford a 210 to lead the Financing for E2's and up!
Gaffers to a sweep of the GEMS, CENTURY

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r -l Wildlife.. extinction ? 'f i ,,. TEE TALK .1. \1.. :. I
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l' AMERICAN LEAGUE If .-- -- --- _.__
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g, : TALLAHASSEE-Those dedi- heath hen and the
W L passenger
Jax The Men's Golf Flight Elaine Honour
j VP-5 8 0 cated to the abolition of pigeon were even hunted for
I !i GEMS 1 1 hunting for sport insist that sport. The heath hen was Association changed the ((1st), Berv McAleer ((2nd),
t't'I I ,J FICEUR 5 3 hunters and wildlife managersare eradicated by spreading date of their challenge to Gay Cotton (consolation) ;
l Ir If IIS-1 4 3 primarily responsible for the civilization in the densely the Ladies Associationfrom Fifth Flight Betty
AIMD 2 6 elimination of wildlife species. populated Northeast. The April 1 to April 28. Kelczewski ((1st), Laurie
: '
f 1: CPW-ll 2 6 What are the REAL facts? passenger pigeon was destroyedby
\ There is still time for the Klein ((2nd), Cynthia
'H IIS-ll No.1 11", 7 According to the Departmentof market hunting and habitat
', is\ i; VP-24 0 5 the Interior,32 species of birds change. ladies to sign up in the Taeusch (consolation) ;
\\ '; NATIONAL LEAGUE native to the 50 states are now Having had absolutely no partin ladies locker room. Sixth Flight Pat Oglesby(1st
,,'l L extinct. Twenty-four of those the extermination of any The ladies'were busy in ( ), Dot Davis ((2nd),
II ( Iv livedin, Hawaii and were never American wildlife species the
March and Roberts
WEAPONS 7 0 following are Evelyn ( consolation : -
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( MARTD 1 hunted by sportsmen. They sportsman wildlife manager the results of their ) Nine-holers
Spring
\, 6 succumbed to the ; -
predatory partnership has been almost
w : ,: 1 VP-45 4 2 attention of domestic cats and totally responsible for returning Handicap Tournamentheld Genny Hanley ((1st),
I \: HOSPITAL 4 3 mongooses. many species to healthy throughout March Marian Starness ((2nd).
IJ II:1 SUPPLY VW-4 2 4 5 Of the remaining eight extinct population levels.These are the and the Silver Cup Day SILVER CUP DAY
It 1 species of birds, only two the REAL facts. "
;11\ held weeks First
4\ NARJAX 1 5 two ago. Flight Mary Lou
t.. (I IIS-ll Nor 2 0 6 Ryan ((71)) Jeanie Belhobek

,, GOLF SPORT SPRING HANDICAP ((72)), Jullie Uitti ((32 putts),
TENNIS I I I I TOURNAMENTFirst Lassie Mahoney ((32
STANDINGSAMERICAN BRIEFS Flight Claire putts) ; Second Flight -

{\ ..., STANDINGS LEAGUEW Jax-The 6th Naval District Grosskopf ((1st),.Julie Uitti Cookie Kennedy ((72)),

W L L Volleyball Tournament being ((2nd), Ruth Bolin (con- Helen Harrison ((76)), Berv
ADMINISTRATION 3 0 PELICANS No. 1 6 0 held here at NAS Jax in King solation) ; Second Flight McAleer ((31 putts); Third
VP 24 3 0 ADCOP 3'h H Hall (Bldg. 563)) will end Lillian Oberhausen ((1st), Flight Arlene Howell
I HOSPITAL 2 0 FICEUR 3'h 2'h tomorrow with an awards Lucille Rae ((2nd), Gloria ((75)), Betty Gustin ((75)),
VP-5 3 1 NARJAX Nor 1 3 1 presentation that will take placeat
Gortney (consolation) ; Dutch Decker ((78)) Pat
NDRC 2 1 AIR OPS 21h ISh 4 p.m.in the gym. If you would ,
.J HC4 2 1 VP-5 Nor 1 2 1 like to catch some good Third Flight Betty Heyer White ((78)), Laurie Klein '
VW-4 1 1 HC-2 2 2 volleyball l games today and ((1st), Bernice Anderson ((35 putts); Nine-holers
HS-l 1 2Fl' VP-24 2 2 tomorrow, check with the ((2nd), Catie Nichols Hogrefe (33)), Lillian
MEDICAL 0 2 679th 1 3 Athletic Office (Ext.3239)) for the (consolation) ; Fourth Simpson ((16 putts).
l VC-2 0 2 WEAPONS 1 3 exact starting times of the
Fl' IIS-ll ,t 0 3 FALCONS 1 3 matches and stop by. -- --
I NARJAX 0 4ti VP-45CPOS 1 4 GOLF CLINIC ON TUESDAYS Women Softball team ;
, AIMD No.1 Ih 4'h Jax-A Golf Clinic for in II
! ". NATIONAL LEAGUE terested active duty military wins second straight
L personnel will be conducted by i
\ W the station Golf Pro at 4 p.mr :
p'' Don't be NDRC MARTD 5 4Sh 1'h 1 every Tuesday at t the Golf Course Jax-The NAS Jax Women's homeruns Cromc:7 Eve Gaucher I
SUPPLY 4 1 driving range. There will be no Softball team won their second and Alice Bantag as well as a .
FASO 4 2 cost for these clinics except for game in a row last Sunday in the triple by Pat Rawls.
fuefish. VW-4 3'h 2'h range balls which will be 45 cents Orange Park League when they April 21 will be the date of their
I. HS-l 3th 31hHSll per bucket. For further information scored an impressive 16-8 win. next game and everyone is in
: I OFFICE OF ENERGY CONSttVATION 2 call the Golf Pro at The women scored 12 runs in vited to attend and give them the
OF THE FEDEIAl fNEICT OFFICEA 2
NARJAX No.2 2 2 Ext. 3249. the last inning and received support they deserve.MILITARY .
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