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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1974
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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. Enlisted advancement system to be revised I

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eI before the Selec- formance will constitute
Jax.-BUPERS has smaller percentage of the will play a lesser role. will go Board. Standard cut 40 percent of the multiplefor

announced a new plan advancement multipleand At present, exam scores tion scores for E-8 and E-9 E-7's, 50 percent for E8's -

which will revise the the performance can count up to 40 percentof that 75 percentof and 60 percent for E-

Navy's enlisted ad- category of the multiple, the total multiple for E- guarantee those taking the exams 9's.

vancement system by based on enlisted semi- 4's through E-6's. before the Board.

giving more emphasis to annual evaluations, will For personnel advancing will go the new plan, Once the candidates'
Under
job performance and count more. to CPO, the candidates for E-7 and E-8 records go before a

leadership, and less The value of time in weighing of the various be assigned Selection Board, no
also
emphasis to written service, awards and PNA multiple factors will be will which will be special values will be

examination scores. points within the multiplewill different from the lower multiples determine who assigned to test scores and
used to
The plan is designed to remain the same as in pay grades, with the will go before the Board. the Board members will
benefit good performerswho the present plan. leadership portion of the be free to select the best

have previously not semi-annual evaluations Exam scores will count "whole men" based on a

been considered for advancement The new plan will not playing an increasingly 60 percent of the multiplefor wide range of professional

because their affect people going up for important role. E-7's, 50 percent for E- qualifications.

exam scores fell just E-7, E-8 and E-9 until Under the present 8's, and 40 percent for E-

below the cutoff.Advancement. fiscal year 1976. system, exams for, people 9's. BUPERS will be

opportunities Under the new plan, the going up for E-7 have a Leadership marks will releasing additional

under the new individual's performance, standard cut score which be used to determine the details about the new

plan are not expected to especially leadership, will ensures that one-half of all performance portion of promotion plan in the near

change for marginal be stressed. those taking the exams the multiple, and per- future.

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plan will be a lowering of the multiple for advancement CLUBS :
the exam score cutoff for to E-4 and E-5, AT THE ... yith Mike Hansen-l I

the February 1974 exams. and about 30 percent to E-

The full plan will begin for 6. Thus, as a person goes Jax-What is a Navy your advisory board, your The great sounds of

prospective E-4's, E5'sand up in grade, evaluation club? To some of us, it's a willingness to get in- "The Kings of Strings"will

E-6's with the August marks in leadership will place to grab a bite to eat. volved, etc. would solve a be heard Sunday t

1974 exams. constitute a greater part To others, it's a place to good many of the afternoon and Monday ".

Under the plan, exam of the performance "go shake a leg". Yet to everyday problems en- night. .'
scores will count as a multiple and other marks t
some, it's a sore spot.I countered at our clubs. "Archie Leslie and

guess no two military Why don't we, as a Navy Whatever's Fair" will be
Warner leaves as SecNavJohn personnel would have the community, stick with appearing Sunday and

same opinion about their and help our clubs through Tuesday nights.Wednesday .
W. Warner, who served as the 61st Secretaryof club unless--one, they ideas and constructive will be

the Navy for almost two years, departed his post on actively participate in it assistance? showtime for the fantastic

April 8 to head the American Revolution Bicentennial or, two, they realize no Hancock Hall "Johnny Guitar Show"

Administration.In two people have the same Rock and Soul will from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.

a special ceremony outside the Pentagon's mall likes or dislikes. previal this week starting Check with the club for f

entrance on the day of his departure, Secretary of Each day I hear a new I tonight with the "Soul more details on this show.

Defense James R. Schlesinger especially praised complaint about why sa Exits". Tomorrow night Try our delicious prime .
Warner for his role as the principal negotiator for the certain club on our base is brings us the sound of rib au jus on Sunday.
United States in the talks which led to the signing of the not living up to its end of "Barbary Coast" from Officers Club "

"Incidents At Sea Agreement" the Soviet Union. the bargain.You 9:30: p.m. to 1:30: a.m. Tomorrow features the ::\

Mr. Warner was the only Navy Secretary to have the patrons are the Saturday night featuresthe solid sax of "Archies '
served in uniform both in the and Marine -
Navy Corps.In answer. Your conduct soul sound of Leslie and Whatever's ,
a farewell message to Navy and Marine Corps men while in the club, your "Reflection of Time". Fair". '
and women, Warner said that no group of Americans ideas and input through
Sunday returnsin
country Saturday will bring us a
displayed the values of decency, honesty God and
the
form of "Brand X". true taste of mountain
country, and selfless service to fellow man more than
German food will be music and good ole' home
those who serve in national defense, both military and
featured on the April 24 spun laughter. VP-24 and
civilian.In .
DDOdOa buffet. COMPATWING 11
particular, he praised the men and women of the are
Coming attractions for
"Mountain Dew
Navy and Marine Corps for their service and hosting a
JCr[u1ll1E May include the "The Party" for the whole
professionalism in forging what he believed was the N1 Carter Brothers" show
on coverallsand
finest team in the world. evening with
Navy-Marine Corps
NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
May 17 for just $1.00
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dress.They've
per gingham as the
Prior to being named Secretary, Warner served three
person and "The Platters" -
even planned a
and a half years as Undersecretary of the Navy. Sunday
on May 26 for $3.00
The present Undersecretary, J. William Middendorf, Divine Worship 8:30: a.m. jug band concert
at All Saints Chapel. per person. Tickets will go featuring the latest in
II is acting SecNav.The .
Church School 9:30: a.m.
Divine Worship 11 a.m. at on sale soon. toots for all. Ya'11 come
All Saints Chapel. CPO ClubEntertainment and kick up your heels to
Junior Youth Fellowship
12:30: p.m. Senior Youth starts the sound of the Virginy
Fellowship 1 1:30.: p.m. out strong tonight with the Reel.If .
Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
at the Small Chapel. country sound of "Tommy you like parties, why

JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspape. C". Tomorrow night, the don't you have one at your
Tuesday
distributed each Thursday: af the U.S. Naval Air Station. Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 mellow sound of "Hal O'Club? Call Stu Camen,
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Hot: Publishing Company a p.m. at Bldg. 750 and Tillotson and Sounds Interesting" for
private firm. All Copy submitted use in th"JAX AIR NEWS Christian Science Service 8 you friendly manager,
p.m. at the Small Chapel. will be featured the best in food and
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS very
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. service.
Jacksonville by 12.00 noon on Monday before publication.News NAVAL HOSPITAL
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 Divine Worship 9:30: a.m. Saturday evening Don't forget to come out
or 3119. at St Lukes. brings a new "Jim "JO.Cage" .
group, and see the all new
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made
HATTCProtestant Brown and The Lancers", It's for ,
just
you
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to
Worship from
racer creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser. Service, 10:30: a.m. in 9 to 1. my young man.
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Building 500.
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the CATHOUCSaturday
refusal to print advertising/ from that source." Mass 5 p.m at
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries St. Edward's Chapel
concerning such should be directed to; Sunday Mass ?a.m. and 11
a.m. Daily ,
'"' Mass.Monday
J>t \ THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday, Thursday andFriday.11
4565 Shirley Ave.,Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 :30 a.m, Wed.
nesday Mass 11:30: a.m. at
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students from the t
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The classes of Miss Cynthia Segraves and Mrs. Nan Stores were given an F ,
audio-visual presentation and treated to an informative and exciting tour of a P-

3C "Orion" by Lt. Ed Lackey, Ltjg( ) Ted Samples, Ltjg( ) Terry Crescimanno,
AWC Josh Pierce and AT2 Joe Pazzelli.

High points of the youngsters' visit included a chance to sit at the individualcrew 11

positions, talking with their friends over the aircraft's intercom system,
and wearing a "Mae West" life jacket. .

The young visitors thoroughly enjoyed their tour of the "Pelican's Nest" and

showed their appreciation by sending thank-you notes and pictures to the
squadron.

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1974
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I 'New Jersey. reservists visit AIMD -


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tenanceSupport Unit(IMSU-3N1
is performing its ACDUTRA

here.)Homeported at Lakehurst.N.J .
the unit is commanded by
Cdr. Don Conley.
Eight officers, including IMSU
11 Program Manager LCdr Bob
Collins,and 42 men intergrated
into AIMD, where the unit's
maintenance efforts were well
received.
Liberty call was excellent for
many of the people. AIMD ----- -- --.-
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St. Augustine, Marineland, preliminary report onanalrcraft
prr' Disneyworld, Cypress Gardens, engine to be disassembled.an .
Busch Gardens, and Silver
? evening of dining and dancingat
r' ... Springs. the Chiefs Club as guests of the
Some of the men were joinedby
ii: .their families as the cruisewas unit chiefs.
rate : __ during Easter vacation. The This ACDUTRA had all the
<- *4 dinner ingredients to make it a huge
> squadron officers were
.-' guests of LCdr. and Mrs. Frank success: Plenty of work, good
--- recreation and excellent
liberty.
,_. Tanner and' _were also invited to
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II '- NRMC drug lab tops in I


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The Navy Regional Medical Center's Drug Screening
Laboratory has been cited as the best such DoD facility: in quality
control during the past year.
I e During 1973 the laboratory maintained a 99.6 percent accuracy rate,
including a 100 percent rating during the last three months of the year.
Established over two years ago as part of the DoD drug abuse
counter-offensive, the laboratory aids in the identification of drug
abusers by chemical analysis of urine samples.This .
analysis determines the presence or absence of amphetamines,
barbituates and opiates.
One of 11 similar DoD laboratories performing drug analysis, the
NRMC lab recorded its high quality control by correctly identifyingboth
drug positive and negative samples submitted for identificationby j
the Drug Testing Quality Control Laboratory in Washington, D.C.
0 / 0 0 The samples were submitted randomly, along with genuine
specimens, for analysis.The .
lab's high accuracy rate increases the deterrent effect of the
urine testing program, thus discouraging potential users from experimenting -
with drugs.
/ 1. 1 1 Uoder the direction of Capt. Paul Kaufman ttlC, USN), the
laboratory overcame many early growing pains,including developingand
implementing its own procedures and training unskilled per
to a savings accotiril'ift' f f;. sonnel.
The large workload volume of 3,000 to 4,000 specimens weekly
financial anizatiQii and necessitated an assembly-line approach operating in two shifts.
O ; you Specimens are received from military activities in the Southeast
United States,the Caribbean and the Panama Canal Zone.
Analysis results must be transmitted within 48 hours after the
specimen is received.

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-The following is a reportof Going through Stop Sign 29
secondSificome Motor vehicle accidents and DWI 1
traffic violations for month to Other Violations 77
date: Twenty-one drivers appeared
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis before their Commanding Officers
month 12 Dispostion of the cases
This month year ago 36 include the following:
? Total accidents this year 137 Three lost driving and
Total accidents year ago 498 parking privileges aboard
Number of injuries this month 1 station for var time. None
Number of injuries this month assigned to complete Motorcycle
year ago 5 Defensive Driving Course.
Twelve Admin action. One
NUMBER OF MOVING Article 15 MJ. Five warnings
G VIOLATIONSThis given. One Dept. Head Counsel.
$ $ $ month 122 None dismissed. Sixteen fined .

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I CNO asks support for new PO1 & 2 evaluation system I

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"The intended marks position second class petty officers are
Jax-The following messagewas evaluated as 4.0 or 3.8 under the "Obviously, any evaluation is one evaluated in the typical
received this week from the old evaluation directly affects the for the average performer zone as
system
system."I
that falls within the modal anchor either "EEU" or 'EEL'. Less
CNO of thousands of petty
: felt that it careers
was absolutely
than four
Petty of
labelled "Typical percent the
"The first class and and on all levelsof com
new essential that we either expandthe officers impacts
Meets or is evaluated
Ratee's Rate: munity with
of the
second class officer command. Thus, it is essentialthat Officer
petty use of the E-7, E-8, E-9 of the highest grades of 'STU' while
Requirement the
Exceeds
of
evaluation system was implemented evaluation sheet down throughthe a complete understanding
that the of
on 1 November 1973. ranks or that we come up the new system's impact t is made Job." It is presumed performance approximatelyone
within this area percent of the
"Prior to that time we had no with an entirely new form available to all."Evaluation member falls members is
way to effectively differentiate tailored to the middle marks assignedour unless the quality of per- evaluated as unsatisfactory

among actual levels of a management. first class and second class formance can definitely below be "Complete statistical data will

member's performance in those "A new system was designedto petty officers have been established as above or not be available for the first class

paygrades. Approximately 82 meet our needs. After a fleet recorded on magnetic tape. This that of his or her con- petty officers until June 1974 in

percent of our first class petty testing program as well as procedure has facilitated the temporaries. time for the CPO Selection
officer community and 64 per- support from the MCPON, I analysis of marking trends "A review of available per- Board. On the basis of initial

cent of the second class petty approved the new E-5 and E-6 Navy-wide and for individual formance data on tape indicatesthat limited data, it appears that
of
number
officer community were evaluation system. activities. the largest marking trends for these

I I members will be similar to thoseof

the second class petty officers.


BadGOClt'a 1? rr SAVINGS WIR\lE\ 0 formance"We now evaluation have a viable system per.

whereby the best qualified in


THI TMK) OUTDOOR][ ) i it ; advanced dividuals urge and every can assigned."I be command identified. and,


Ottoman. .. .. $15.95 MAKE YOUR PATIO A SHOWPLACE individual in the Navy to con

/ Chaise Lounge. $69.95 r tinue to support this new
Coffee Tab!.. $15.95 L system."
L+
/ End Tabl..... .... $19.95g"ul ..,
f Swivel Rocker. $49.95 p i

y ANCHOR-HOCKING 3-S.at.Sofa.$89.95 w;+ { p N Don't be

14" BEVERAGE love S.at.Sofa...... $49.95 1 V s

DECANTER JJ Club Chair..... ,.34.95 <"r __ -;, .\
with purchase 26VA ; Courting Swing .$69.95 M.- -.lr'... t f fuelish.HERE
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: -. CASUAL FURNITURE

s. ..... :. : Beautify your polio with lovely wrought iron furniture IS .> h4
r+ c,..: Antique white enamel finished wth rust inhibiting iron
OSID phoiphale cooling for lotting beauty. Buoyant tufted
cushions ore polyfoom filled and covered in vinyl-
plaitic in a beautiful blue floral print fniih.:
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ALUMINUM PORCH & LAWN FURNITURE

J rO --? 01EZ5Piece Deluxe STACK CHAIR (left) MANTo
Non-lilt legs
FOLDING CHAISE : :'\ Avocado, Blue, $/ 98
Outdoor Dinette Set (left) I" Ton90rnl' see for all
FOLDING CHAIR (Below your
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Perfect for your terrace, porch or polio letting. ConItrwcted 7-position adjustment Non-tilt legs family insurance needs.
of sturdy expanded metal with gleaming white Avocado, Blue, r Folds flat
baked enamel finish langerlne I rr' a'
$9 98 Avocado, $ MOO Frank H. Tally
s.t Includes: $ 69 95 '
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36" Round Table
4 Matching Chain \ C.LU.
Coinpore at $79.9.5 yTongern.
31 WI.r : 1645 Cassat Ave.

Ph. 384-2226
Deluxe REDWOOD
Like a good neighbor.Stale farm is here.
FOLDING SETTEE (left) CUSHIONED FOLDING CHAISE

Non-tiltpun.nd, r. (left) .. j-position backOliveOlive 29IC U... ....
tube Aluminum from $1998 w !%' tipper covers vinyl .-a... 'SUM f tonkttutiMi ........"
e i Ook PORCH ROCKER .rtw gIItMIl.a.mtM.Its.
$ 95 .
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and durable
very
Deluxe REDWOOD construction. Scoop slat
FOLDING CHAIR / seat. $OO95
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J80G Double aluminum IOCL (
tube arms and frame r
Non-tilt patio $ 98 21FC >* Compare.
legs 9 'OIR7emendcto at S2I 93 .


Savings on c&iz eonditioed ,

ROOM SIZE AND MULTI-ROOM SIZE FROM HO DELIVERY CHARGE .
NO S
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UP CHARGE NAVY "..:/i

iLdpATn WIVES."t /'-

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GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANYNow A
during Badcock's Spring Savings Spree, a mutli-carload preseason _
.- special purchase by Badcock enables vs to bring you these remarkable YOUR
%' .: / values and savings. Compare and see for yoursllflDELUXE FULL s COME BACK

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SERVICE & TO NURSING !
,...; PORTA-COOL SAVE $ $ $ s'. STORE '
ROOM
l AIR-CONDITIONER 23,200 BTU oG r t S' Your free time can be turned into
III
) .. Quick mount panels. Top air DWN AC cash by part time and tull time
,. discharge. Fits windows ?369 We bring Assignments in hospitals nr
better
you
3j / 24" to 36" wide. quality furniture buys on illl" nomes .and private homes
floor
I SAVE $ $ $ 23AC COvering '. .and home; .nle Work when you want for as long
t r: 5,000 BTU HERITAGE MULTI-ROOM AIR CONDITIONER :he toinment extra services' and then at provide as you want, No fee to register

I9AC $13995 Three provide fan continuous speeds. up Auto"circulare"and down air louvers'_e.p. deulr Ihnal. ,.cos". for W*you set and no* oddi mtr.then We are looking for....

It to your home (r,..
Registered Nurses Licensed

Practical Nurses Aides
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PLEASE CALL TODAY 35o 5833

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HOME FURNISHING CENTERS 1 MJlDlC 1
FURNITURE APPLIANCES FLOOR COVERING HOME
ENTERTAINMENT' 1' POOL
Operated by Thomas Walker POOL'

Hiway 17 at Kingsley Ave ORANGE PARKPhone 264.6942 223 ADAMS SUITE ST 112

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RUNNING FOR OFFICE-Jacksonville Officers Wives Club members running for the positions
indicated are: (Front Row L-R) Terry Adams, 1st Vice President; Nancy Talton, President; Helen C
I Crowe, Treasurer; Joyce Arnold, Recording Secretary; (Back Row L-R) Patti Parkinson, Second : FREE F.M. CONVERTER .IIMITED TIME
Vice President;Mary Hammes, President,Jackie Rundell, 1st Vice President; Diane Moldenhauer, ',)
Corresponding Secretary. Elections will be held May 29 at the Club Continental. o i

Summer Day Camp : SELLABRATIONREDTAG

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planned for dependentsJax :: USED CARS
"HARDEE'S NEED YOU... )j

-A summer day camp is being planned for military dependents If you want a new PRICES REDUCED \1 1o
between the ages of 6 and 13, sponsored by the Special Services Career in Fast Food
Dependent Recreation Program.The 0
Management in W3 PINTO RUNABOUTFord's
program will be offered in four two-week sessions with the first U
Southeast United fastest selling economy car, 4 cyl., AT, 2195
session beginning June 17. States... Growing 4 3 WW, R&H, etc., Sharp.
Sessions will be held at the NAS Jax Fish Camp Monday through 4 Select Used Car Warranty
Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dynamic Company W3 VEGA KAMMBACK J
0 :
Campers will be involved in camp craft, arts and crafts, hikes, expanding Westward... An eco., station, wagon, w-4 cyl. engine, AT, 2295 i
W R&H air WW etc. Sharp. \
nature study and swimming. A Parents Night is planned for the last top benefits including GI '.> Select Used Car Warranty III
evening in each session with the children receiving awards for their Bill and Stock Options". I 173 MATADOR SEDAN

work during their time at camp.A Write: Mr. Dick! Heatly Eco. V8 with AT, PS, air, R&H,WW,vinyl roof, '
$20 fee will be charged for each session to cover all supples Director of Personnel an AMC buy-back. 2495
needed,counselors'salaries,and a beverage served with lunch which Spartan Food Systems,Inc. :" Select Used Car Warranty
has been brought from home. P.O.Box 3168 1973 CHEVELLE COUPE
Registration will begin May 13. Spartanburg, S.C.29302 I'. WW Deluxe, low model miles.w-vinyl roof, AT, PS, R&H, air, '2595
For further information, call Mr. Anderson or Mrs. Marsh at 772- '' Select Used Car Warranty
3127. 1973 GREMLIN
G King of the sub-compacts. Eco. 6cyl., AT, PS, '
DRIVE THE CZ JAWA RICKMAN :U t R&H, air, luggage rack, etc. Sharp. 2795
Select Used Car Warranty
BIG RIGSTrain BSA TRIUMPH *. BIRD :io
;) 1973 PINTO WAGON
to drive tractor trailers "" l) A real gadabout with AT, air, R&H, etc. Sharp. 2595
with combination of home study I Select Used Car Warranty .
and resident training at one of '.' tt
our huge training centers. 1973 HORNET HATCHBACK
Prepare for a brighter future 0 C The style leader In eco. compact cars. Frugal 6 2495
and better pay. Effective M-X Parts cyl.engine,synchromesh trans., R&H,WW,like
placement assistance provided. ,- new.
FOR LOCAL INFO CALL Street Sales Select Used Car Warranty
r); .
((904))355-7036 1973 NOVA SEDAN
RYDER TECH. INST. Enduro ServiceATLANTIC r> Chevy's compact w-eco.6cyl.,AT,PS,air, R&H, 2495
Fla. Nat'' Bank Bldg. Suite 915 I) etc. Low mileage beauty.
Jacksonville,Fla.32202, \_._ ,_. ___ J. e tt Select Used Car Warranty
HOME OFF.ATLANTA GA.
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APPROVED FOR VET. ED. -- 1973 AMBASSADOR WAGON
y F Brougham,9 pass.station wagon,w-alt power& '3495
luxury options. Little over 6,000 miles. Mint
condition. AMC buy-back.
If your rooms 8209 PHONE f.j Select, Used Car Warranty
ATLANTICBOULEVARD t t;
look tired or 725-5811 ..
A f.'Q' BUY WITH CONFIDENCE

" hopeless callus

for help. "
I 'i" '? "' 1 1.. MOVING () Got A Good Deal, & J
I We'llsendyou\ : WILLIAM C. : C" A Good Dial More!

.. a decoratorfree. i IN OR C @
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PARKS JR. r
{ OUT? x ,, ; DOSSABHOTS
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REALTOR f:: Q
;v We specialize In the Orange Penneys m: 1::;1. ': 'ffi, : !& :" Park, Cedar Hills, Ortega. o
New Homes Are Our Specialty Venetla area.
Custom ft& AMERICAN

at This Week's
Decorating Spotlight C t

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Cedar Hills. MEADOWBROOK HOMES J A..Ner*,ItTtbr

771-6361 Orange Park, $25,500439,000 V 5416 PklllM, Hlrk w.yJacksonville
V

JCPenneyWe t?

WILLIAM C. PARKS, JR REALTOR o THEECONOMV
know what
you're looking lor. 5703 Roosevelt Blvd. MLS 384.4324 0o EX'ERS' _CII1.l 7373400I
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I Small, van has :big! role in job safety I I11M'


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NARF PAO
: A jax -A laboratory on wheels is traversing the countryside to pinpoint -
.," health hazards which cause absenteeism among Navy
I ; "v, I,,'" ,
.'" production workers.
IUI' .t' This is NA V AIR's way of complying with an Executive Order which
\\\ A 1 __ directs all federal agencies to establish occupational safety and
which will set an example for similar programs in
,.... -....." private health programs industry.
Manned by two skilled hygienists from the Navy Industrial Environmental -
Health Center (NIEHC), the versatile van provides on-
site capabilities for testing the elements in dust.gasses.radiation and
other contaminants which could impair the health of thousands of
aircraft workers.
NAVY The team of Arthur Johnston and Steven Pierce recently brought
INDUSTRIAL
the van to NARF to conduct an occupational health survey of
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ( production areas here.Their studies included assessment of the noise
CINCINNATI OHI factor in jet engine test cells, examination of pollutants such as acid
mists in the plating shops, and measurement of chemical contaminators -
and other hazards to which employees are exposed.
Critical situations which create immediate health hazards are
corrected at once upon recommendation of the survey team.
Modifications for improving the work climate, including proposal of
alternative measures, also are provided by the team in a format
which permits rapid engineering and cost analysis.
The standards set forth in the Occupational Safety and Health Act
(OSHA) determine the order of priority for corrective action. Com
pliance with all the standards, within a specified time frame, is the
aim of the Naval Air Systems Command in ordering the NARFs
surveyed. The survey team places priorities on non-compliance
operations according to standards set by 0 HA for adequate health
safeguards, recommending a schedule for total compliance. Final
reports of survey findings are sent to Naval Air Systems Command
Headquarters.
IN SEARCH IN SAFETY-Arthur Johnston (Right) and Steven Pierce (Center), hygienists from While the survey is concerned with current conditions which affect
the Navy Health Center, are welcomed to NARF by Frank J. Denny, NARF Safety Director. The the health of NARF workers, counseling and referral services are
hygienists are conducting a two-week survey of occupational health hazards at the Rework Facility. available on a continuing basis, 24 hours a day,from the Navy Health
(Photo by Tom Hansen) Center in Cincinnati.A .
field of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, the NIEHCis
:::*:'*: ::::::::** : : : ::: :: : :'::::: : activity
staffed with physicians, nurses, industrial hygienists, health
physicists and sanitary engineers. The center is responsible for occupational
; medicine and industrial hygiene at all BUMED and Naval
1 i I Ordnance facilities and is available to other commands upon request.
Let's Clean According to Mr. Johnston, the Health Center is a reservoir of
Up scientific information for control of industrial health problems. Its
research embraces the entire spectrum of air and water pollution,
often referred to as the "X-rated environment".
The Navy aims to identify the enemies of production which account
for absenteeism, labor turnover and compensation cases, the most
I America For Our I costly deterrents to successful operation.
Increased emphasis on the occupational health of its workers is one
way the Navy has chosen to clean up its own back yard.HONDA.




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Merit Promotion
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Candidates for promotion must meet the qualifications standard ':f.f

for the position and other legal requirements; for example, time-in.: ..! '.
grade as required by the Whitten Amendment. J' ,"' .'
The time-in-grade restrictions of this amendment apply only to
filling General Schedule positions. a
Any candidate who served during the
preceding year under any
type of nontemporary appointment is subject to the restrict!ons. Th .
of the A
purpose time-in-grade restrictions is to prevent excessively
rapid promotions. "
Advancement to positions at GS-6 or above:
1. Candidates for advancement to a position of GS-12 or above GS-12
or above must have --;yoo.rri .
completed at least one year of service in positions
no more than one grade lower than the position to be filled.
2. Candidates for advancement to a position of GS-6 through GS-11
which is in a line of work properly classified at one-grade intervals
must have completed at least one year of service in positions no more
than one grade lower than the position to be filled.
3. When there is no position at the next lower grade in the normal
line of promotion to the position to be filled, such as positions at GS-7,9
and 11, candidates must have at least one year of service in positionsno
more than two grades lower than the position to be filled.
A candidate may be advanced to a position in GS-5 or below if:
1. The position is no more than two grades above the lowest grade
level held within the preceding year under nontemporary appointment -
; or
2. The candidate met the above restriction for advancement to the F4'3
grade of the position to be filled at any time in the past; or
3. The person previously held a position at or above the grade levelof
the position to be filled at any time under any type of appointment.All .
career or career conditional employees are urged to look for the ...,-
Merit Promotion announcements on the official bulletin boards in
their work areas at least once a week for new announcements.

There are many announcements that are open continuously; copiesof FIRST A-7 ARRIVES AT VA203CDR. Bobby S. Morgan, commanding officer of VA-203, is
these are available in the Rating Branch, Civilian Personnel greeted by members of the squadron and Carrier Air Wing Reserve 20 after arriving in VA-203's first
Department, Bldg. 907, Room 111A.'Prohibition. A-7"Corsair II". V A-2031s the first Reserve squadron on the East Coast to get the A7.


Night'


returns April 26Jax THE CRISISIS "



NAS Jax and the Jacksonville USO will co-sponsor .
another "Prohibition Night"April 26 from 8 p.m. to midnight at
the Candlelight Restaurant. OUER. .
Music will be furnished by "Three's A Crowd", a talented
group often found on the NAS club scene that can play any typeof .
music their audience desires. f
During the band's breaks, the USO will furnish the en-
tertainment. BUT THE ISSUES
drinks.Bring out the entire family to enjoy the music, food and soft




liD on.

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High gas prices. Long term investment.,
Congested traffic. t.; Whether you trade
Comfort plus safety. f t11 often or not Volvo
A need for sensible "r0 gives you a choice.

thinking. Since they're

WMY DUN'r 1b4? Large proportions :" s designed :to be kept,

in a sensible size. ,, ,. Volvo resale value .
Unlike small is among the w

cars! Volvo has highest. How often
almost the same have you !seen'

front seat legroom Volvos rot on used
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putA ppPER as a Cadillac DeVille car lots?!
As much rear seat Instead of bigger tanks,
legroom as an Oldsmobile Tomnado. better gas mileage.
And about as much trunk space as a While giving you the ample room
Lincoln Continental Mark IV. And of much bigger cars Volvo also gives

.. safety is engineered in, not added on. you the: gas! mileage of much smaller:
t ti r rj Comfortand cars. Latest government figures
handling. show that the Volvo 144 gets better
j
i ,. SHERRY CHILDERS Instead of a stylist t. we chose an mileage than the Gremlin.
orthopedicsurgeon todesign our seats You're close to buying
Country-Western So you'll be comfortable while whiz- a new Volvo.

8:30: pm til 1:30: am ing around curves very sure-footedly Jacksonville is again a port of
on your standard radial tires. You'll entry. The Southeast's largest selection
Cocktail Hour 5-] pm also enjoy Volvo's firm suspension and of new Volvos is even greater

. maneuverability slipping in and than ever before. And Parnsh Volvois
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out of tight parking spaces and uncivil perfectly located to serve you
SPECIAL RATES per person ized traffic. Volvos turning radius is better. Alter looking over the rest.
$600 occupancy
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FOR SERVICEMEN ou smaller than a V\V Beetle. we think you'll find it hard tojustify' less
Entertainment Nitely. Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Bier'$ Seafood
with TV, Direct Dial. Phone, Olympic
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms
\01.VO.() ch ili/edcar (for an uncivilised' Horld.
Swimming Pool, Free Undercover PArking.


JACKSONVlLEI RarrishVdtvo/lnc.
2:03 Phillips HiyhuayL'S: 1 So'uthl) Ja honilIe.. Florida 904-396-5486
MOTOR HOTEL
'lest 1 conducted b)' (the Inv 1: ironmenial Protection .\j;cncy.November. 1973
Phone 355-J744
9'' 901 Main Street
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choice ofCHOPPEDSTEAKorCHICKEN& ROSE
"AIR DROP"Is a key term used to describe I I
DUMPLINGS 119 I Droppped by aircraft,the torpedos are lowered
plus any 2 vegetables, bread & butter I being installed by TMl Spencer Branson.


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\\i Yii protective clothing while checking out the fuel system in the torpedo
afterbody. TM2 W.C. Faulk, left, and TM2 Mike Stivers run a fuel
ii systems check while TMl Sam Mabry handles the 0-A. LEVEL Torpedo Mates can't afford to fall behindin
their review of operating publications. Here TMC D.L. Mattison
(seated,) and TMC B.J. Gorski consult an update to their "ops pub."


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Our requests for contributions of recipes to Torrance's Kit J
chen has again born fruit.This weeks recipe is courtesy of Mrs. Mary
Moka of the COMPATWING 11 Staff.
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Baked Beef Stew

2 pounds stewing beef '..
3 tablespoons fat b
3 large onions I

1V4 cups water
Vs teaspoon pepper 1 Li'
1 clove garlic _
% teaspoon dried marjoram

Vs teaspoon dried thyme t.r, _.
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3 medium carrots 1
3 large potatoes (more or less as desired)
1
1 package ((10 oz.) frozen green P P'd' 1
peas or one No. 2 can
green peas I ;$
l/2 cup tomato paste P
\l/2 teaspoons salt
1 tablespoon Worchestershire Sauce 4;

Heat fat in skillet and brown beef.After beef is browned,remove to
large casserole dish or pan for baking. Dice potatoes, slice carrots,
chop onions and add with green peas to meat in casserole.To .
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drippings in skillet, add remaining ingredients and simmer for 5 .
to xTr iM+ r\\ :...I".. .
10 minutes. Pour over mixture in casserole. -- ---
Bake covered for 1 Viz to 2 hours at 350 degrees.FURNITURE .



REPAIRING Bluebird bunny rabbitsJaxTHE

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4 BLUEBIRDS of the Orange Park area Campfire Girls helped to
REFINISHING
5.l ,
"f f n make Easter a little bit brighter for all the young patients at the NAS Jax Naval

r & UPHOLSTERY Hospital by performing Easter songs for them and presenting them with individual -

-- Easter baskets full of goodies. The patient in the photo above is Michael

Hammer (foreground). The girls (Left to Right Front Row) are: Tina Cool,

We new.can We restore guarantee,repair our and work.LONG'S refinish. your broken furniture like Michele Corcino, Traci Williams, and Annette Croley. In the back row are (Leftto

Right,): Heidi Sandecki, Sue Hickson, Karen Pritchard, Amber Roulston, and
FURNITURE REPAIR Melissa Porter. Looking on is the girls' advisor Judy Sandecki.

7336 OLD PLANK ROAD I
Phone 781-8111, Nights& Weekends 387.2180 No Job to big or smallComplete

LOVE THE OUT-OF-DOORS? Tree
---------_.._-------Ii Work
Surgeon
...for ourNavy BOATING? FREE ESTIMATES

I SPECIALI! friends. I II MARINA MANAGERSThe Land Firewood Clearing

CALL 3SS-9031 OR 757-1195
I clip this
Iifyouever Licensed and Insured
Perfect Opening for a Couple..Retired and looking for
I I Income plus enjoyment. Husband will handle boat and dock AMERICAN TREESDavid I
rentals etc..wife the"Snack Shack". Company offers good RoyMikeZazzarotUSN
salary plus lovely 2 bedroom apartment overlooking the ( Ret.)
= want a I II lovely St. Johns. Interested??? Call melllill!!!!!!


"really clean 1 JIM KING AND ASSOCIATES
1 II YOUR MOBILE HOME

car. 1 438 GULF LIFE TOWER.ONE REGENCY PLACE WASHED & WAXED!
I 398-7371 724.1090
ONLY NATIONAL AUTOCLEAN AMERICA'S NO.AUTO CLEAN
I UP SERVICE.OFFERS THESE COMPLETE EXTERIOR,INTERIOR II -=.=.. EI3. (] D =..=..
AND ENGINE CLEANUP SERVICES: ---
PRICE '-
I AUTO CLEANUP SERVICES ComjMCta' Sin .1 ONLY $25. "-

I ENGINE CLEANUP [AVERAGE HOUSE 5351]
Compietelyhrpressurecleanengin. 500 600 I
I and engl compartment under hood. MAKE YOUR HOME LOOK
lender wells radIator+ ,etc. I .1h. BRANONEWAGAINIRemoves I
I I dirt mildew,pollution
ENGINE PAINTING POOR OL' ERV
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Restore and p'lnt engine com part. I i
I ment to original, factory color.Clean. 600 700 (USAF, Ref)
and paint+ front lender wellaperI ( I Call772-9403For Free Estimate
formed with engine+ cleanup only). I .

I INTERIOR CLEANING I
Clean and shampoo upholstery,slats.andsdepanels.Shampoocarpetsand.
I 1450 1550 I .
I lint if neceaaary.Clean and polish/ all/ FRIENDLY, RELAXED
Interior hardware.Clean trunk and 1 JUST WHAT'THE '. QUIET ATMOSPHERE
I pllnt It neceuary '
DOCTOR ORDERED iH111r.11j.Li! !: !
I Clean EXTERIOR,power CLEANING buff,and hand wax the I '. FOR YOUR CASE IDEALLY LOCATED FOR

I clean body and door exterior,hood.and chrome.trunk Completely jamb.. 1945 2145 II ",> OF THE CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.
Clean and treat vinyl lops.Clean and I t4..". CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,
dress Gres.COMPLETE, BLAHS! CHURCHES AND
I I
CLEANUP, SHOPPING AREAS
1 All of the above services are par1 4495 4995 1 NEW FURNITURE FROM 11 m .. ;,mt!: .iJJ1
formad.Add1S,00forstationwagons.( ) II Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.

SPECIAL OFFER!DRINQ THIS AO FOR A$5.00 CASH I ., Turn South 2 Blocks
DISCOUNT ON COMPLETE CLEANUP ONLY. Past Forrest High School.
1 CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT ( f ) I FURNITURE

.1 PH. 737-2990 L : I ctOLONIALOREST

. I :INTERIOR. DeS G E"RS

I rtmif MJTOCLEMI 1 I ORNJG-f 1,329 )Par-k.PAR Avejwc K. CHury r 17) JL APARTMENTS
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CALL. : 387-3566 Movie Schedule

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Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
TueSday for
arriving too late for this deadline. will be published the PUblication the fOllowing Thursday. Ads
structed otherwise. A checK fOllowing week unless' the* Publsher:
or l Is in.
money order
for he cost of the ad .......
must be received WITH the - - ."..;.
copy.
RATE: minimum charge (3 lines)
..$2.50
Per additional, ,line ((4 Thursday April 18 Bottoms and Cloris
Mail to:: HOL.T PU BL.I SHI N G CO.. words per line) ...60c Timothy
4565
SH I RL.EY AVE.. "THE PAPER CHASE"
JACKSONVllL.E 32210 Leachman. "R" ((118 min.)

I Drama Starring Timothy Bottoms Monday, April 22

GARAGE SALE and Lindsay Wagner. "PG" "TERROR IN THE WAX

[JEMPLOYMENT j I Saturday P.M. Oak, April Crest 20 10:00 United: A.M. to 3:00 t MOBILE HOMESJUSTISSTRAILERPARK ((111 min.) MUSEUM" Horror Drama,

SECRETARYFive Church, 5900 Rlcker Rd. All Methodist : Friday April 19 Starring Ray Milland and
days a wk., good salary, must be go to charity proceeds "THE THRILL OF IT ALL" Broderick Crawford. "PG" (94
good typist, 388-7676 American Insurance LOOKING FOR trailer 1 Qtr. Mile and No. of NAS, Clean modern Comedy, Starring Doris Day and min.)
VOLUNTEERSII!! apts. 3893007.
Agency. To Help give 5 yr. old girl therapy James Garner. "PG" (108 min.) Tuesday April 23

exercises. 2 Hr I day a week 246- CUSTOM BLT.MOBILE HOMES Saturday, April 20 "DOC" Western, Starring
HELP WANTED TO YOUR
1088. SPECIFICATIONS
Days & weekends, also people neededto FHA financing, low Own. "ASH WEDNESDAY" Drama, Stacey Keach and Faye
pymt. low
train for new store in Orange Park. I L REAL ESTATE I mo. pymts. 7727171. Starring Elizabeth Taylor and Dunaway, "R" ((96 min.)
Apply In person at Long Silver's Henry Fonda. "R" (100 min.) Wednesday April 24

Seafood Shoppe. 4309 S. UniversityBlvd. TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE LET YOUR RENT Sunday, April 21 "MOMENTS" Melodrama,
(7311020.) Two, to BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT
up twenty acre Tracts 5 mile
radius DEPOSIT REQUIRED "THE LAST PICTURE Starring Keith Mitchell and
Cecil Field & 1.29552,000.00
AIRCRAFT WORKERS $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far to SUMIT MOBILE HOMES SHOW" Drama, Starring Angharas Rees. "PG" ((108 min.)
All type aircraft experience con. below near-future values. Call 5210 Phillips, Highway,733.9422
sidered. Immediate openings. Interviews Tony BRING THIS AD ---
George 389.5514, Eve. 771-1976. FOR: $100. OFF
from 8:00: A.AA.-4:00: P.M. WYNNE REALTYOF FLORIDA
Won..Frl. Editors WE BUY AND SELL
AERO CORPORATION SpecialistWE GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES

Lake City Airport BUY EQUITIES Phone 388.4619 rnE o
Lake City, Fla, Ph. 1-7SJ-7911. Louise T. Bailey Yw-
An Equal Opportunity Employer Broker FOSHEEREALTY 771-3605 t TRANSPORTATIONWANTED I

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PART-TIME JANITORIAL JOB Immediate cash for your equity, none 110
USED .
8A.M. 12 Noon or 5P.M.-10P.M. NAS too large or too small. MOTORCYCLES 1(
Any shape, size, Nautical Accessories Gifts
Jax. & Cecil, 3552741. Royal Services. 388-1581 Broker condition. 3870551. year, model or *

?;I' BOATS, MOTORS, CANOES
FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE
GREAT JOB NEEDS '
65 CADILLAC FLEETWOODNew .. '
7 Trojan Slickcraft
Earn $50-$75 per wk., working part. CONTACTJoe Insp. Sticker, New brakes 14 -c:.. ...') E#
time calling on single girls. Earn Ropiak (RET. NAVY) Realtor mpg., Full power $750., 772.7673.450SLMERCEDES '" .1. Thunderbird 'V'.u' ot
more with Incentive plan. Must be Associate Representing J. Starcraft, Grumman
Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors \t 'C-
sharpl) Phone 7213600. \"
OFFICE: 771-803 RES :781- 77)5) 1973 Silver metallic 27,000 orig. miles. \ .. .. ......... ..
GETTING READY TO RETIRE Black Interior, Hard & soft top. Auto. -
Or Just Getting Out?? No Down USE YOUR VA Air, Etc., Mind Cond. By Owner: tl\ 1(, \JROOSEVLTBL .ATORTEGA RIVER
Why not investigate a new career with completely renovated, $11,500., Atlantic Steel Co. 387.3276 or ) PHONE 387-44 (Open Sundays)
spacious 2BR.
Home, garage fenced,
the oldest, largest, and most pecan 8. plum trees. $15,000. VanSandt 398.8133. -e.. I' Pier 66 Franchised Marina
respected security company in the Realtor .
world. Full time positions are 389.3549. E-2'S & E-3'S Yacht Broker-Wet Storage-Marine Hoists-Hull Service
available as security officers with IACRE LOTS ON NO CASH NEEDEDFor Expert Engine Service-OutboardStern Drivelnboard
opportunities for advancement. All ST. JOHNS RIVER good used cars, complete
uniforms and equipment furnished. Also Riverview lots, 24 Mi. S. of NAo.: financing. 3886422.
Free life insurance. Paid vacationsand $7,000512,000, owner will hold Mortg.
284 9247.:! NO CASH NEEDED
profit sharing to those who '67 Chevy HT, $595. or low mo. pymts.
qualifY. NEWCHALETHOME 388 6422. vP4b4vAv:
APPLY PINKERTON'S OF FLA. 3BR., 2BA., Carpeted CHiA, 1 acre
4040 Woodcock Dr., Suite 108 on St. Johns River, 545,000 with good NO CASH DOWN
Phone 398-7317 terms. 284 9247.RETIREMENTOR. '67 VW Bug. Drives & runs super, low Chief Say: q
Equal Opportunity EmployerMISCELLANEOUS mo. pymts. Call 358.0881.
INVESTMENT
70 Acres, old farmhouse, Barn, '68 FORD FURY III
I L I IA $70,000.29 percent Down Bal. 10 yrs, 8 PS, AC, AT, 5 stl. bltd. rdls. excel. Free Front Wheel ,
percent 13 Acre, Pond 4BR 2 Bath cond.,$600.68 Judson Cir O.P 264.8973. (
& Static
recorded message by Home Alignment
SCOTT EDWARDS FREDSACKET -REALTOR
Tells you how to be a Starke 1-9646522, Nite 1-468-1753. 1968 FORD WAGON Balance withPurchase
DISC JOCKEY 8Pass., cty. Sdn., PS, PB, &AC one
Call 355.2944 any hour. Approved for JUST NO.OF 1o3rd-JAX. owner, excel cond., $950. Call 771-3142 of 4 Tires
veterans. Columbia School of 7564 Sharbeth Dr. South,3BR.,2BA. W- aft. 4P.M.

Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not W carpet thru out, BIRO, dishwasher,
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by breakfast bar, oversize patio, fenced 1
home study. rear yd. Shown by appt. Priced In high MonarchSTEEL
20's.
LIVE CRABS ORANGE PARK
Wilford's( Fish Camp 115 Lyra, Meadowbrook Ter. 4BR.,
Jr 264-9707 2BA. w-w carpet 4 Terrazo Floors,
newly painted in & out Fenced rear 1 '
AUTO AIR CONDo SERVICE yd. 4 } BELTED
Also home Central units & window CORNER LOT

AC Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 388-5U1. Blalrmore Blvd. W. at Aquarius 4BR., i RADIAL
2BA. Comb. Fly. Rm.& kit. 33 Ft. long ,
NEW: USED Priced in mid. 30's.BELLAIR. TIRES
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANERSOver WEST / 50,000 MILE /
100 Cleaners to choose from 564 Cody Dr. ,3BR., 2BA., beautiful ,
$19.95 Up. Dealer 6437 Wilson Blvd. cond., many luxurious extras. PricedIn Diesal TractorTrailerdriver GUARANTEEBig

772.893*. low 40's. training by Ryder. Short
FREDT. DAVIS, REALTOR home study followed by on-the-
NEARLY NEW 396.9013 2M 7046 rig experience at one of our

Complete RESTAURANT layout all EQUIPMENT or any part of, ] RENTALS |f giant tng. centers. Approved for ,116780 /
JR78-15
384-5678 or 246.8383. Vet educ. For local info call 355-
INST Fla.
ORANGE PARK 7036, RYDER TECH.
UPHOLSTERY Dish- Nat'l Bank Bldg. Suite 915.
2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn.
Of all kinds, furn., seats, boat Atlanta, Ga.
car Elizabeth Home office
washer, Drapes Carpets
tops /
draperies-Interior LR78-15
decorating A17980
reasonably done because no overhead Apts. !.'1.1405.. 7713355.

212991 Eve. Retired Navy Man.

JEANS DANCE PROFESSIONAL ACADEMY QUESTIONS / other prices proportionately lower

Westconnett at 103rd & Orange Park, I: F.E.T. from $3.20 to $3.48
Bellalr Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe,
Jazz, Hula Tahitian Baton & ABOUT LOANS? PASSENGER TIRE GUARANTEE
Acrobatics. Register Now 771-2521, Guaranteed against all road hazards for the life of the original
771-5464, 778-3655. Children & Adults. tread. If tire fails we will, at our option, repair It free or /
replace it,charging only for the tread wear on a pro.rata shareof
GEORGE'S KENNELS the current price plus tax.
Dogs & Cats Boarded

Grooming Pick-Up & delivery, training service& since shipping 1925. (No names* No sales pitches,) tread GuaranteedAll wears against out In this wear-out period for we a will specific replace number It. Charging of miles.for If

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Visitors welcome. Bankamericard & mileage used on a pro rata share of the current price, plus tax.
CommTial vehicles excluded.APRIL .
Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 Near
be questions weighing on
Cassat Ave & Edgewood Ave. Before you borrow, there may For quick.
rates, anything.
08S Edgewood Court 389-004. mind-about payments
your won't ask nameor t
SAILBOAT courteous answers, call us today. We your

14Ft. Funflsh fg. excel cond. $370. talk shop unless you want us to.

Plus Gator trailer for S0. 733.2867.
Finance
Dial TIRE COMPANY
CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS W. don't want you to like. UI just for our money.
LEFT UNCLAIMEDJUST W. Monroe St. 356-07Jb OPtMDAII.YI-6
RELEASED 40 396-2895 }444 NQRMAND?ItVO. 7IM7JI 2| S MIYfOKt ftO. Th
Singer Zig Zag Sewing machines 1973 5256 Beach Blvd. 'tWluNpm.ci; IUD; m.| t 'wlwuMitw*. iJ ;

model, almost like new. Zig Zags, 4721 San Juan Ave. 384.2314 Cash to H220LEM TURNER RD. (Corner Dunn1 Avenue) 75-1531
designs appliques monograms, etc. 1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764.2583 $5.800
Left unclaimed, customer left area, ,
cannot locate. Pay balance $62. eachor Sleiman Lone Star Center O o v V

assume $9. per month payments. 6681 Arlington Rd. 724.95 5
will take trade, Phone 731-0255. Will
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.,.".".w..w........ ..v..w.........,..... .............,... .. "..................................... .. ,,-:.. 56 DESOTO 4 Door, Runs Good. 1972 CAMARO-RHPSACVinyl
Many Spare Parts. $90.00 264-5552 Top, 350 V-8 Auto Trans-Excl.

THE Flee-T MARKET i .,' weekends Days 384.6692 evenings and Cond. Chief Shoemaker 772.3072


FREE PERSONAL WANT.SERVICE q. ..........
for Military and Civilian Employees cf NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field
For Sale 8 foot long SOFA. Gold,
-------- Q" 1 SWAP WANTED: ATAN at NAS 2 cushion. Good Condition. $50.00or
RDRM
r------FRE AD Pensacola wants swap with best offer. Call 384-6290
ATAN at NAS Jax or Cecil Field
I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) i EAOS March 1977 Sandra 1971 TRIUMPH Daytona 500cc.

Phillips BKS 650 NAS Pensacola New values, Guides, Good Cond.
I.I 1'1 Autovon 452.4249 $600 771-5778 after 5:30: Ask for


I.r I Frank ..........
Spacious HOME and double lot 1971 12x60 Elcona MOBILE

r with attached rental Income HOME Asume payments 1969
I. apartment. Murray Hills $30,000 TRIUMPH Chopper $1000 Being
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW .1
Call LCdr. Stover 772-3584 or 389- transfered 786-2536
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD.
r 6977

I. r Unique HAND-CRAFTED

; Name Office or activity to which assigned II SEWING MACHINE Credenza "NEW" Craig Floor Mounted
Burmese Teak, MediterraneanStyle Auto 8-TRACK TAPE PLAYER

I 1 with Formica Work Sur. with 2.5" Speakers$50.00 771.3211

I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I face. Chair, Singer Golden Touch ext 676, 398-3736 after 5 pm and

I 264-8365 weekends
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, le: Full r
I military or civilian; employee personnel assigned toM name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and r THREE BEDROOM HOUSE Lake Front COTTAGE, Keystone
NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity
to which he is assigned and offire telephone. This r close to NAS JAX with garage, Heights, Fl. $25,000. Call 772-7245
2. Free advertising in the ::,:lee.T MARKET"
I information is for authentication only and your ad central air, fenced yard, and
will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housingfor
I should be worded independently of this information. much more. $30,000 389-5952 1972 Elcona 12x60 CH&A Set
personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell up on
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In r Rented lot. Assume payments no
I and from work; announcements of educational the .following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads 1971 16ft BASS BOAT, 35hp Merc, equity 786.2536BABYSITTER
courses offered by non profit organizations or r
arriving after that date will be placed in the 2 Marine Batteries, depthfinder,
r governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted
following week's edition. Ads will be run.only onetime r
only if the words "PCS" (for military), or electric trolling motor, live bait- WANTED In my
I unless resubmitted as prescribed above.
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the fish well,drive on trallor, $1400.00 home aboard station; must have
I Jacksonville area) are Included in the wording of the
carried 6. No phone calls will be accepted regarding; Ext 2922 or 2293 own transportation; 4 Days a
ad. Ads for pets will be only when accompanied
I by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR r week 0730.1600; Cecil Ext. 8237
NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide For Sale, One TWIN-BED after 1600
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. r
"Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed FRAME Mahogany Finish. Re-
r
rr in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No finished. Excellent Condition. 25" B&W Early American
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be r Phone 389.5954 Console TV60.00; 16 lb.

r accepted. I BOWLING BALL $7.50 Ext. 2674
"Flee Tr
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to -
0 MARKET" Editor coo JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, .. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a r Beat the gas shortage! Buy a or 2675
NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above r SAILBOAT! How about a 15Va
I OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher catamaran. Fast! exciting! fun! Boat Ski Fun 14ft, 35HP Elec
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor, CO AIRWINGER reserves the right to omit any or all ads. r
I 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These formsI Main, Jib, trailer, Call 264-8918 Start Evlnrude. FG, Many
_-- ---- ---- --- Extras-See to appreciate. $600
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69 CHRYSLER STATION- Call 771-9129
GARAGE SALE Apr. 20 & 21 Moving For Sale Less Half Price Guide. Remote controlled. $65.00 WAGON ACPSPBeverything.

Painted Refrlg, Lamps, Hair ($50)) Like New Schwinn Stingray Cumbee, 772.3337 70Vj FALCON-AC. Either car Baldwin Or g a sonic ORGAN Full

Dryer, toys Freezer, Much more Bicycle. Has Fenders, $950. Chief Carroll at Hanger 117 upper-lower Keyboard and
2296 Laurel Grove Ln. West Speedometer and Lights Ph 771 For Sale 14' BOAT TRAILER or 7867083FIREWOOD.one pedals-good condition-Ideal for
Orange Park 7722391. 6428 Needs Axle. AS IS $40.00
family entertainmentLearningCall
Cumbee, 772-3337 cord. $20.
Ext 2617 771-0108 $275.00
GARAGE SALE April 19-209:00-: Moving, For Sale 5 Window AIR Braided rugs (brown) 1 eight by

5:00: Stove needs cord $15, Boat CONDITIONERS in Excellent For Sale: 1968 PLYMOUTH ten, 2 three by eight, all for $25. 71 PINTO 2DR, 22,400ATACNewtires
Ladder, Clothes and misc. 7368 Condition. Total $300 PH 771-6428 BARRACUDA Fastback Clean, Call 786-7083
etc. Exc. Mech. Condition.PH .
Wonder Lane 384.5431 One Owner, Good Gas Mileage, 264.2973

For Sale, One Ted Williams $1000.00 Call 772-1222 1965 VW BUS Best Offer over $550
HONDA CL 450 Good Con- WALL TENT
1972 10'x12' Zippered Phone 771-8821
MOBILE HOME 10x50, 12x36
dition, Great for Cruising around Inside screens, doors and win Travel Mate Pop TOP CAMPER, .......... Addltlon.Furnlshed 300 ft. fence,
town travel, take dows, In floor. Call 388.2079 X-ellent Condition
or highway over sewn ; Fully 1970V2 HONDA 450cb "Excellent Steal $1348.00, Ext 351 Cecil 771-
pymts. of $65.00 a month or Equlp'd; Sleeps 8; $1,100; 771- Condition and Clean" A lot of 9773, 772-9048, Ask for Mayeux
$450.00 Ext. 3918 For Sale.Electric TROLLING 6960 extras on and off bike. Ext. 3918

MOTOR. Shakespeare Wonder before 4:00: Ask for Ski-Bo ORGAN 72 Cords 24 Keys $75.00,

Tahoe Water Ski $12.00, Working
67 VW, Needs body work. $300. Refrigerator $20.00, Working

. ,. Phone 388-3377 after 5pm and Upright Freezer needs gasket
weekends or 3584 during workinghrs. $50.00 771.3316
AT-3 KONOW Ext. 3584

72 LTD COUNTRY SQUIRE,
1973 MH 12'x72' W-12'X7' Ex- 13000 miles, ATPSAC, AM-FM

pando, Patio Cover, AC, Stereo Radio, DRFS, Going

Skirting, Shed; Set-up. Equity. Overseas, $3000, CWO Huston,
Takeover Payments $94.76. Call Ext 3434, 3435
264-7101



FOR RENT: Available9 June 74. For Sale: 1973 12x64 2BR 1% BA.

3 BEDROOM, separate living CH&AC; Washer & Dryer; Shed.

room, dining room, Den, Two car Furnished; In nice park; 781.9261

ijJlr'.i. garage, Fenced in back yard.
Located in Grove Park, Orange
Park PH: 771-3211 Ext 418 or 264- .
5140 Voice of Music 7" REEL to

REEL TAPE RECORDER (Nota

Tape Deck) Great on Cruise.
For Sale: 1973 KAWASAKI F-7 $60. Call LCDR Forhan 264-9616
175cc motorcycle-Good Condition after 5pm

$500 Call 781.8959 after 6pm or on ..........

weekends. Being transferred overseas. Must
sell 1973 BUICK CENTURY

HOUSE FOR SALE 22,500 2008 LUXUS WAGON, Immaculate,
Braque Ct781.1317 3BR-WW like new condition, Good gas
Carpet, living & family room, mileage, AM-FM Stereo, Cruise
Separate Garage, fenced yard Control, 771.3211 Ext 418-458 or
264-5140

Moving-GARAGE SALE; Thurs. ..........
Frl 9 to 6pm 2008 Braque Ct off Lost Poodle-Reward-Sllver
JACKS0NVIE Delroache West
MINATURE Female, Lost
Monday on base Childs Pet
1973 HARLEY-DAVIDSON 74, Please call 268-2350

full dress black with extra ..........
I olirAcing chrome 17000 miles excellent 1974 175 KAWASAKI Only 1200

condition $2850. PR1 Hubbard, miles 5150.00 for equity 264.1010
'RACE POSTS SATURDAY DOUBLEHEADER 1& ADMISSION: GRANDSTAND SO' CLUBHOUSE'1 RESERVATIONS 3(8-2623 Cecil Ext. 8161 or 786-4938 Call between 4:30pm: 6pm



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Finance



closed May 2


Jax-Due to extensive

reporting of FY 74 Military Pay

Navy expenditures required by a

SecNav message, the main Navy
Finance Office here, as well as
its Branch Offices at Mayportand

Y D 9' the Naval Hospital, will be
closed for regular business on

% 3ka May 2.This.
I t includes telephone

t tj j inquiries.

-- ,I If' ...... ._ Emergencies may be referred _
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE are lost to NARF with the retirement of four key supervisors to the Officer Assistant at Ext.
Averaging 34 Of and civilian
man, the recent retirees are (L.RH) W.L. years milITary
1136 per Purcell, Avonics Div 2362.
Supt; M.V. Hass, Production Plan 8 Control Supt; R.M.
Performance Review Div Supt.;and L.B. Petery, Weapons Engineering Dept. Supt


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Executive Officer, was a special .
guest at the meeting i.f
The HS-5 Enlisted Men's Wives f, -

Organization will meet the first ,>'1& '

Friday of every month at 7:30:
pm in the "Little Chapel" ;

behind the Protestant Chaplain's

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community, and the I If f you bake bread from scratch, Tasty Bird is frozen at the peak

Naval Base. Quiet wooded it may be fresher. If you bake a of fresh flavor by the individual
grounds surround the residences piece in a tunnel where the '
and extensive cake from scratch, it may be 4 temperature stays at 40 de-
recreational facilities. Six freeze !sty tjrees below zero If you really
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richer. your
you want him to have only the best .
different floor plans let you the freshest .
chicken it can't be fresher or blrdand only
choose from luxury one, two Grade A Tasty Bird .
and three bedroom gardenand have more flavor than. the quick frozen chicken you ",}
three bedroom town- don't have to defrost.
house styles. So if you're
looking for the finest in living
accommodations cross ... ,. --- -- -- ----. :.;

the Buckman BridgewoodlaJse.
I The Freshest Chicken is in the Frozen Food Case II

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dependent We will ,1tdf' / W coupon
communitywoodlaJte, I STORE COUPON Any I Q F Package 'lot 1M plus :M runrtlin 'k-rtjndnioni, of I
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shown upon rtQU r must pay I'
1,2,3 Bedroom I sales lax.( n ptohbolad. .
d. o8fU> d. Cash value' : 11104. 'd;
Garden Apartments I 'mV'Tn the USA., its ttrrilorivt. I
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charge from the Army. Am I eligible any children entitled to VA death
for Gl Bill benefits from the benefits In the event there are no
Veterans Administration eligible children the check maybe
A.es. A general discharge en- made payable to the person or
the benefits persons who bore expense of the IL.
titles a veteran to same .
as an honorable discharge last illness or burial
Suggest you apply at your nearest Q-I I draw compensation for a ::: I
VA regional office for these benefits service connected: disability suf--
fered in Vietnam. If I'm hos-
Q-When a veteran's widow pitalized for this disability will
died recently she had in her pos- the Veterans Administration in-
session a pension,check from the crease my compensation
Veterans Administration. Is this A-.es. If you're hospitalized
check payable to anyone? 21 days or more your disability ?
.
A-No. The check must be returned rating will be increased to 100 per r WAVES
to the disbursing office cent You'll receive compensation ., -
which issued it. It may then be at this rate until discharged from 32nd

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picked VP-56's Sailor of the Quarter. He was cited for his performancein k : .;,Er
maintaining the classified materials and administrative recordsfor
the squadron's AW division and as a member of VP-56 Crew 10 in .
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"UP TO THEIR EARS" in work, Ens. Mary Jorgensen (Standing) Publicity Chairman for the
w .r 32nd Waves Birthday Reunion, and her assistant, AZ2 Zapalac, spread the word about the
.1'' celebration planned July 26 and 27 at NAS Pensacola. All NAS Jax and Cecil Field Navy women are
5 invited to attend. Call Autovon 922-4161 for details.
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Sales Rentals
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Music& Accessories

: CLOSED WEDNESDAYS AND SUNDAYS MOBILE HOMESITESCLYDE HEIGHTS

1 ? :I-_. ,'' 5225 LENOX AVENUE PHONE 781-1080 W SIMPSON & CO.
(Across from Pizza Inn at Normandy Mall) REALTOR 356.6849


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Leasing rlNrl4 GOOD THRU APRIL 20, 1974 DO YOU NEEDA j'

1800 park avenue 10 c DISCOUNT GOOD NEW
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P Brighis ad and get a CAR OR TRUCK? .
1 !, on any ..
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tion. SEE OR CALL

The Solution RALPH (Digger)
i ftoiso And Pollution
We do custom pipe bend DRYSDALECWO
ing and can give you a c '1

lifetime muffler warranty ( USN Ret)

a/a4tme'nt on most SSfe foreign carsMuffler Shops OFFICE HOME: 731.1941: 355-0511

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orange park 264-1511 6416 N. Main St 765-1081 I
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jax-Softball season is upon us, fast-
pitch and slow-pitch. Photographer Ron
Bayles caught FICEUR's third base

coach, SSGT Cuppy, in a series of
pictures ranging from a discussion with

the home-plate umpire to getting his
baserunner to second base.NHJ'.


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REPOSSESSION i i 1d Early American, traditional
'W 1 }/ furniture In solid woods of maple,
''&::f cherry, oak, and pine. Each Item ,

Why pay full price when you can get it for less? especially selected.


10 SALE!



70 Buick 73 Double Wide

RivieraPS Mobile Home 10o50% off !


PB, AC, R&H 24x60On ..on ALL upholstered furniture, lamps,
Lot In Hidden
Waters large nearGreenCove Springs. & selected items in solid wood!
$1195
Call for Details.
Dear Prospective Customer:
For seventeen years we have been in
business at the same location. Almost
72 Paramount daily someone Is heard saying "Wish We
73 Dodge Had Known you Were Here". Located on
Home
Mobile
a side street and very little advertising we .
Monaco2dr understand their complaint. So for a start ;
unfurnished
BR
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we are having real sale.
mile Rad. a If you appreciate
50
Set Up
Includes
HTACATPSPB Top Quality Early American
R&H, Vinyl Top v. Furniture look us up and come by for a
$5195Payments visit.
Sincerely,
$3395 ManagementP.S.
$91.69 per mo., If you can't find us call 384.3921 for
84 months, total directions.
repaid $7,701.96 finance
$2,506.96, 12 per cent
annual charge percentage rate. The 'other' furniture store here Lakeshore crosses Standing 1 ,'.'

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. h Ninholson i leads intramural. bowlers with 622 setJax I I
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-Rich Nicholson of fourth place themselves.Earl The Pin Busters were top when the Late week as he led Help to
the Ones Bunch in the Woodmassee rolled a content to stay in third Chargers three wins over three wins against the
Pacific League qualifiedlast 200 to keep the CPOs one after splitting with the the Marine Barracks Screwballs and a jump
week for the Jax game behind their WallBangers. Glenn coupled with the Texaco from fourth to third.
contingent that will be conquerors. Wallace's 209 was high for Stars three wins againstthe The Gaffers. stayed on
going to the 6th Naval Other Pacific League the winners.In Busch Leaguer left the top with their three wins
District Bowling action resulted in three the Atlantic League, two teams identical against the Zeros and
Championships and still wins for FASO against the NaJax lost one game to records. FICEUR 5 also won three
found time to claim both Splitmakers and two wins AFEES but managed to PSSSSST was thankfulfor when they were matched
the high game and high each for the High Lifers stay on top by a half game the Busch Leaguersone against the Thunderbolts.
series for the five in- and Busch Buds in their even though the second win because it allowed Sweeps in the league

tramural leagues.His meeting. place Mad Foxes took four them to stay a half game occured when the
622 set included National League from the Sparks. ahead of the Texaco Stars Wreckers dominated
games of 226 and 204 but Only three matches took The third place Dirt when they took three from Women's Lib and Rose's
oddly enough his team fell place in the National Balls and the fourth place the Red Barons. Raiders did in the Docs.
out of first place when League last week, one of CPOs clashed last week The Hurricanes
they lost three to the which resulted in four wins with the Dirt Balls win- replaced the Sea Kings in See Next
Pelicans. The Pelicans for Solex 5 against the ning three and the CPOs fifth place when they took
failed to move up in the Splitmakers No. 2 team. taking one on the strengthof all four from the Sea page
standings as they stayedin The four wins placed Solex Casimiro Perez's 225. Kings. Harold Foster blew for
third but they moved to 5 in a tie for the top spot The Controllers downedthe the pins down with a 203 Bowling
within two games of first after they had occupied Six Packs three gamesto score for the Hurricanes. Standings
and one of second. fourth place the week one to move themselvesfrom Thomas Johnson rolleda
0" The Trippers took over before. Thomas George sixth place to fifth 205 that led his Mad Fox
the summit in the Pacific rolled a 204 to help give and Six Pack from fifth to No. 3 team to three wins
League when they took Solex 5 their winning edge. sixth. Ray Boles' 213 was over NFO and left both
three from the Mad Fox The Rotor Heads settledfor the most damaging blow teams with 14-30 records.
No. 2 team. a share of the National against Six Pack.American Continental League
Randy Acklin moved League top spot after League Frank LeHardy's 207 T1MUQVANA
the ADCOPS into fourth losing three to the Rebels The American Leaguewas was the only 200 in the TERRACE
with a 222 game that led last week. Carl Hat- the scene of a tie at the Continental League last
the way to three wins over tabaugh's 208 was the Apartments
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ATLANTIC LEAGUE CONTINENTAL LEAGUE By Dennis Marshall I
. W L have asked for better crew, but to bail out the
W Navy
L GAFFERS Varsity Sailing
NARJAX 26th 13'i GEMS 31 13 Coach, Frank Schum sailing conditions, as the boat by ahdn and press on
,
MAD FOXES No.1 26 18 HELP 25 15 passed on the word that weather was crystal clear for a first place deserves a

DIRT BALLS 25 15 DOCS 2S 19 the first of the and the winds were a Well Done!
24 20 varsity race
CPOS 25 19CONTROLLERS steady west by northwestat
23 THUNDERBOLTS 23 21 series for the 1974 season The Varsity Sailing
13 knots with
WRECKERS 15 gusts to
up
21 23 was held Team representing NAS
22 Tuesday
AFEES 171h nCEUR5 April 20 knots.
SIX PACKS 21112 22t,4 SCREWBALLS 19 25 9th with the following Jax is still in its infancy,
The had their
BALLERS 19 21 ZEROS results: races so ANYONE interested in

SEA HORSES 13 31 ROSE'SRAIDERS 17 19 25 27 FIRST PLACE with 7.5 exciting moments, but the training for a skippers slotor
BATMEN No.1 11'h 20% WOMEN'S LIB third race was the topper. contact
17 27 points Skipper Skip crew, please
SPARKS 11 33 Skip Condon at the helm
Condon; crew John the NAS Marina. Ask for
PACIFIC ,
LEAGUE
\V L McMillian and Bess Kent. took a sharp gust and Frank Schum or Bud

TRIPPERS 31 13 SECOND PLACE with capsized his O'Day Lucas.

NATIONAL LEAGUE ONES BUNCH 30 14 7.25 points Skipper, Dick sailboat. Not too much of a See ya' on the river!
PELICANS 29 15 problem with the new

SOLEX W 29 15 L ADCOPS CPOS 27 28 16 17 Awood Thomas and; Tommy crew, Pace.Mike self-bailing machines of capabilities today with, OF THE PEOPLE(,*

ROTOR HEADS 29 15 HIGH LIFERS 21 23 THIRD PLACE with 4.0 but Skip was sailing one of BY THE PEOPLE,

PIN BUSTERS 28 16 SPLITMAKERS No.1 21 23 points Skipper, Gary the older boats withoutthe
LIONHEARTS 27 9 BUSCH BUDS 20 24 Tittleback; crew, Dennis AND FOR
REBELS 27 17 MAD FOXES No.2 13 33 Simmons and Max new features. Rightingthe ..
Taylor.
THE PEOPLE.TThe
MARINE BKS 24 16 HC-2 No.2 9 31 The boat was an unusual
sailors couldn'tLET American Red Croti.
GUTTER RATS 17 23 feat in itself for Skip and

HC-2 No.1 16 26 -

SPLITMAKERS 11 29
THE POSTMANBE
WALLBANGERS 10 34 << >>

BATMEN No.2 4 24 THE GOBETWEENLive SoctIiielse

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Saturday FREE checking no minimum. Maximum A Status AddressBaylake
interest on savings.The .

W L Bankers with People Hours
LATE CHARGERS 29 15 Apartments are located in a status area on

BUSCH LEAGUERS 29 15 Edgewood? Bank Jacksonville's south side. The elegant environmentgives

PSSSSST 27lh 16 6 .at 1.10 FD.I.C, Baylake residents the feeling that they trulyare
TEXACO STARSHURRICANES 27 17 living in fine surroundings.The main difference is

26 18 that at Baylake, the apartment is status but the priceisn't.
SEA KINGS 22t 21%
26 Such features as a two-story clubhouse, two
RED BARONS 18
NFO 14 30 flow swimming pools, two lighted tennis courts, and a
MAD FOXES No.3 14 30 Leo/ing sauna provide the utmost in recreational facilities.

MARINE BKS No.2 13 31 1 The oneand twa-bedroom apartments are completewith

One and two bedroom apartmentsin draperies, wall-to-wall carpeting, dishwasher and

all-adult rental community garbage disposal in kitchens, balconies or patios, fire

Softball Phone 264.2031 #: place in selected units, and monthly water charges
included in the rent. Four distinct floor plans are
606 Highway 17
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Orange Park,
ScoreboardFor Fla. 32073 Jacksonville, colleges, and beaches. Come out to

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VP'45 8 679th 3 .J than apartments with comparable facilities.
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SOFTBALL VA-72 ()-4 VA-45 5.2 bt
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SLOW PITCH STANDINGS BOWLING Medical 4-3 -1I
AMERICAN LEAGUE FINAL STANDINGS Weapons 3-4
VA-45 5-0 ATLANTIC WINTER LEAGUE VS-28 2-5 r rl
VA-174 4-0 VA-174 No.2 76-28 NAMTDNo.2 1-6
Weapons 3.1 VA-45No.l 76-28 VA-46 0-7
NAMTD 3-2 VA-45 No.2 66-37/2 NOTICE: Anyone in terested in L -
VA-15 1.2 VS-30 66-38 writing the sports column for the ,
VS-28 1.2 NAMTD No. 64-40 "Airwinger" please contact l _
VA-46 1-4 NAMTDNo.2 59-44 LCDR Forhan at ext. 163 or 8163. f f
FASO "B" 1-4 VC-2 62- 2
Dental ()-4 Supply 59-45 Pistol Shooterswin '
Galley 57&-46t.1
NATIONAL LEAGUE VA-174 No. 1 56-48 honorsfor ..
High Team Game.Supply 1,045High rOUTSTANDING.. ..
Marines 4-0 Team Series-VA-174 No. 2- n ' Cecil FieldOn
VS-30 3-0 2,953 PERFORMANCE AWARDS-Captain John E.
VA-105 3.2 High Individual Game Larry Marshall, C.O. of NAS Cecil Field, recently presented eight civil
VS-32 2-2 Bouk of VA-174 No. 2.255 Sunday, 24 March 1974, two service employees of the Public Works Department awards for out
VS-22 2-3 SKEET members of the Cecil Field standing accomplishments which cited the "quality of work, quantityof
Medical 2-3 Led by Bruce Otvos, the VA-37 Pistol Team, LT Joanne Kacer work, and adaptability". From left to right are CDR R.P. Wllklng.
FASO"A" 2.3 "Bulls" dominated the first half and AZ2 Mike Allen, competed in Public Works Officer, Daniel N. Quarterman, George W. Sweat, Alois
VA-12 1-2 of Intramural Skeet competition. the Florida Highway Patrol Woodrow, Elgin Barnes,Martin L. Dawkins, James F. Cox, AbrahamC.
VA-37 1.5 The "dead-eye" Chief hit 170 out Auxiliary Pistol Match here in Seldon Jr., Elizabeth M. Bedrottis and Captain Marshall.
FAST PITCH STANDINGSAMD of 175 birds to easily outclass all Jacksonville. LT Kacer won the
5-0 the other shooters. High Lady Shooter trophy and
VA-12 4-0 The second half of the skeet AZ2 Mike Allen took Third Placein
VA-174 3-1 competition is scheduled to get the Marksmanship Division.
VA-45 3.1 underway on 22 April. All entry Two weeks later, Mike also
VS-30 3.2 confirmations should be made by represented Cecil Field at the UHAULA
VS-32 2-4 April 19.FINAL Jacksonville Pistol Club Matchon
Supply 1.3 STANDINGS SKEET Sunday, 1 April, 1974 where he
VA-87 1-3 VA-37 7-0 captured First Prize in the
OPS ()-4I NAMTD No. 1 61WILSON Sharpshooter Division. and L
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Both Lt Kacer and AZ2 Allen TRUCK TRAILER RENTALS
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with Saddle Cordova top & Blue with
We've Changed our Name
Saddle Buckets, auto auto trans but the SERVICE is the Same
I trans, AC, P.S., P.B., AM I, It... 4
console, AM-FM Stereo
Radio & Rally II Wheels Was $ : !
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Was $4o95..NOW 4295 71 't.I HO'NDA FORD TRUCKS FOR, 12,14,10 HOUSEHOLD& 24 FT.MOVING RENT
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I 2dr.H.T., AdmiralIty Blue AC, ., 'At CARGO TRAILERS WeekorMonthALL
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AC, P.S.P.B., T.C. & AM Was $ PHONE "1-8244 SIZE TRAILERS FREE MOVING GUIDE
Radio 70 FREE ROAD SERVICE MOVING AIDS,TOW BARS
Was $3495, NOW...$3195 2dr.H.T., I

73 PONTIAC VENTURA2dr. auto with '

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21,000 actual miles. :
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I --- NAS TAX SPORT BRIEF vvtfVVaj"tVv Bike Boom Season I



L I According to the Bicycle Insti Suggested Safe Bike-Riding Rules
SURE YOUR tute of America, by the middle of 1. Obey all applicable traffic regulations -
MAKE STAR hitter', etc.) its going to be TACAIRLANT at the 1974 one out of every two Ameri- ,signs, signals and mark-
up to you to let us here at CINCLANTFLT cans will be on wheels, or there Ings. .
GETS CREDIT the newspaper know Tour- will be 100,000,000 cyclists. 2. Observe all local ordinances
about nament that will be held
at
Jax-It's softball seasonat it so that the playersaccomplishments Camp The BIA records show that the pertaining to bicycle operations.
Lejeune the week of
NAS Jax and for the Jax bicycle outsold the automobilein 3. Keep right, ride with traffic, "-
are April 29.
Air News that represents a given their 1972 for the first time since not against it. Ride single file.

problem.Ten acknowledgement.proper OUTDOOR POOLS World War I. 4. Watch out for drain grates, soft
OPENING shoulders and other road hazards.
fast-pitch teams Give us a call at Ext. Jax-May 4 is the The most startling statistic is
18 slow-pitch teamsare 3118 and 5. Watch out for car doors open.
and if it deserves projected opening date for the one which shows the tremendous
ing, or for cars pulling out into
more than the one- recognition we will see to all of the NAS Jax outdoor increase in the numberof traffic.

man sports staff at the it that it appears in the swimming pools. All pools adults now riding. Until very
recently 85 per cent of the bicy- 6. Don't carry passengers or
News can keep
Air up .
Jax paper.COMTACAIRLANT
except pool 419 (located
on cles sold were bought for chil packages that interfere with
with, so he needs your Allegheny St.) will be dren. your vision or control.

help.If VOLLEYBALL open only on weekends 7. Never hitch a ride on a truck or
someone on your TOURNEY NEXT WEEK until June 10. Pool 419 will The estimated percentage of other vehicle.
has an outstandinggame Jax--The adult bike sales of total sales was
team COM- be open daily from 11 a.m. '
12 per cent in 1969, 50 per cent 8. Be extremely careful at all intersections
(two homers, a one- TACAIRLANT to 8
Volleyball p.m. except Thursdaywhen in 1972 and is 55 per cent in particularly when
Tournament will get under it is closed for 1973. making a left turn.

TEE way on Monday, April 22, cleaning. 9. Use hand signals to indicate

in King Hall (Bldg. 563)). Swim lesson Recognizing the bike explosionand turning or stopping. ...

All units and commands registration will begin on the need for safety measures, 10. Protect yourself at night with

TALK aboard NAS Jax who have May 13 from 9 a.m. to 3p.m the federal government has al- the required reflectors and lights.
loted $120 million for the development
not entered yet but would A schedule will be -
of bikeways through 11. Ride a safe bike. Have it. in-
like to are advised printed later with all to make !t'"c' ?
The NAS Jax Ladies Golf that 1974 and another$5 million for a spected sure

Association held a Shortest Nine tomorrow, April 19, is the classes for the summer study of bicycle safety by the Department 12. Ride your !Dike defensively;

Tourney last Tuesday with the deadline for entries. sessions.When of Transportation. watch out for the other guy.

following results: About
eight teams have
you'rt having:t problem with ..
FIRST FLIGHT-Mary Lou business call us.We can help you .. ';
already entered. If you get your money worth.And....11
Ryan ((304)), Julie Uitti ((32)), help anybody.On any product or
Gloria Gortney (putts 280). plan on doing so, give the servIce.II you're unhappy its bad for 00T ,OF SIGHT *
SECOND FLIGHT Betty NAS Athletic Office a call you knows and that for better business.than And the no one

Kelczweski ((32)), Jean Davis at Ext. 3239. businessmen BBB. who Supportthe : GO GO DANCERS

: ((324)), Polly Tieslau (32%), Lit The winner of this SPEAK UR r:6lt

} Jacob THIRD(putts FLIGHT 30). Doris Calais tournament will go on to CAU YOUR umn luarcss IRJREMLtexeo : All Topless *
I COM- YOU CH YOUR h NITS WORTH
t ((32)), Pat White ((32%), Pat represent BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS

f Oglesby ((32%), Dutch Decker 11 AM til 2 AM Daily
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I ; Jax representatives chosen I GOLF I 6ND Volleyball title

for6NDbowlingtournamentJaxSix STANDINGSAMERICAN taken by PensacolaJax


men and six of Hospital, Mary Ann LEAGUE The 6th Naval District Volleyball Cham-
women were chosen last O'Donnel of MPO, MaryE. W L pionships held at NAS Jax's King Hall last week ended
week to represent NAS Henderson of FICEUR, PELICANS No. 1 6 0 with the crown being placed atop the head of NAS
Jax at the 6th Naval Margo L. Parnell of ADCOP 4'h 2cNARJAX Pensacola.
No.1 4 1
District Bowling FICEUR and Leona J. HC4 3'h 2 Pensacola finished with a perfect 10-0 record in the
Championships that will Trojan of Supply. VP-24 3 2 five day tournament but had to ward off the fine
take place the week of AIR OPS 3 2'h showing made by the NAS Jax team to do so. Jax
April 21st at NTC Orlando. Henderson was the top FALCONS 3 4 finished second to Pensacola with an 8.2 record and in
The 12 representatives qualifier with a 165 WEAPONS VP- 5CPOS 2 2'h 4 4 their encounters with Jax, Pensacola had to go three

: were chosen according to average while Kunze hada 679th 1 4. matches each time as they won 15-8,13-15,15-5 and 15-9,
; the top six averages formen 161 average, Trojan a AIMD No.1 1 5'h 10-15() 1513.
and the top six for 159, O'Donnell a 158, NAS Jax won't be completely left out in the cold at the I
women after 18 games of Parnell a 146 and Hiller a South Atlantic Regionals being held at Little Creek, :
qualifying at the Jax 144. Henderson and NATIONAL LEAGUEW Virginia this week, however, as three Jax players were I
Bowling Center. O'Donnell tied each other picked up by Pensacola. The three Jax standouts were ;
The men representingJax for the highest set when L Bill Kempton, Bill Aaron and Rick Hardesty.
will be Jon W. Walker they had 5385. MARTD No.2 5 2 Finishing behind Pensacola and Jax were the Cecil

of HC-2, Richard W. VW-4 NDRC 4ft 4'h 2Vi IMs Field team with a 6-4 record, Memphis with a 4-6
Nicholson of HS-1, FASO 4 2 record, Atlanta with a 2-8 and Charleston with an 010.

Lernard J. Crowder of ,Giveblood SUPPLY 4 3 p:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:............:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.'.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:
Air Ops, Jimmy D. PELICANS No.2 3V 3
Cruthirds of NDRC HS-1 2 4'h
Intramural Pistol
cPw-11 2V4 2 StandingsNATIONAL
Herbert L. Roberts of \ '
VP-5 No.2 2 5V*
PEWR, and Carlos H. NARJAX No.2 2 3
Swain of MPO.Nicholson brothers.It's IiS-11 2 4
was the top HOSPITAL 2 3 LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
with his 193 AIMD No.2 1 4
qualifier so easy to give VV L W L
average for 18 games WEAPONS 7 0 VP-5 10 0
which included a high set : .yet so precious. MARTD 7 1 GEMS 7 2
HOSPITAL 3 FICEUR 5 2
5
of 623. Crowder and TENNIS
else
Help someone VP-45 4 2 HS-1 5 4
Roberts followed with 189 STANDINGS VW-4 3 4 CPW-11 3 6
with the gift of life.
averages as Crowder SUPPLY 2 6 AIMD 3 7
threw a 633 set and Today. W L NARJAX 1 6 IIS-U No.1 2 7
Roberts a 613. Cruthirds ADMINISTRATION 5 0 HS-llNo.2 0 8 VP-24 0 7
averaged 183 and Walker HOSPITAL 4 0
VP-5 4 1 :
and Swain rounded out the the NDRC 3 2 RED j 0,..
top six with 181 averages. + goodneighbor. VP-24 ,3 2 CRISS
The women IIC-2 2 1

representatives will be ....,... VW-4 2 1- a.
TMA.ic.ea Rid CrotsSPEAKEASY .
... HS-U 1 3
A. Kunze of
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Hospital, Judith C. Hiller Dy.y IvC
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