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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: May 9, 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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I Navy Relief kicks-off 1974 fund MMnrnaMMMMMMMBi drive I



Jax Navy and Marine Corps personnel throughoutthe
Jacksonville Navy Complex began trying to raise
$50,000 Friday; as the 1974 Navy Relief Fund Raising
Drive got underway with a Kick-Off Meeting at King
Hall. _
Presentations by two Navymen who had been helpedby -

Navy Relief highlighted the meeting,. with over 300 .
NAS Department Heads, tenant command commanding '[
officers and designated campaign chairmen and e

keymen in attendance.Also .
on hand to tell about Navy Relief's functions and

goals were Retired Navy Capt. Sherman Wright,
Director of the Navy Relief Society's Jacksonville

Auxiliary.; RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, COM- ., + I ,
TACAIRLANT; Capt. W.G. Sizemore, NAS Jax Co; and ar :
Capt. Duncan P. McGillivary, NAS Jax Supply Officer. i-i-

As the meeting was drawing to a close, Cdr. Donald F.

Springer, Navy Exchange Officer, stepped forward and
presented a $400 check to Navy Relief on behalf of all the

NAS Jax Navy Exchange employees. 5 Last year, the fund drive raised $52,725 with $5,689.49of
the total coming from NAS Jax.
Co-chairmen for this year's drive are Capt.

McGillivary. and Cdr. M. S. Ribble, Cecil Field Supply
Officer.

Held annually during May and June, the Navy Relief r
fund-raising drive commemorates the Navy-Marine
sea
FIRST DONATION-Cdr. Donald F. Springer, (Left) NAS Jax Navy Exchange Officer, makes the
and air battles at Coral Sea and .
Midway.To first donation to Navy Relief with a check for $400 from the Exchange employees. Accepting the
find out what your contributions will be used for, check Is Capt. Duncan P. McGillivary, NAS Jax Supply Officer and co-chairman of the Navy Relief
turn to page 5.1iij'. fund-raising drive.

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I can't get in on the Pal Day set at Jax BeachJax

(I excitement. I failed
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to register for my -The 13th Annual USO Jacksonville Beach Pal Day will be held Saturday,

I Absentee Ballot! May 18 to honor military personnel and their families.
Griffin's Amusement Area will be offering free rides from 1-3 p.m. "Goodies"will
w be provided by churches in the Jacksonville Beach area and free food and
cold drinks will be available at.the Beaches USO Club ((603 N. 1st Street) from
noon until 3 p.m. There will also be free pony rides for the children next to the .
USO Club.
The serviceman's: uniform is not necessary, but ID cards must be presented in
/ order to get USO "stamp-passes" at the Beaches USO.
Dependents whose husbands are deployed should apply at the Beaches USO for
admission badges for the amusement area and pony rides.
Children of military members must be accompanied by their parents in orderto
enjoy the free activities.The .
Beaches Pal Day is the second largest event of this type in the world,
surpassed only by the one held each year in St. Augustine. .



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1: : The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed t:> t .
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each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida 7 -".-.- !
by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm. All Copy submitted I .JJ),{
for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday f Thanks
before publication. News items are welcomed from all sources. .
Telephone 772-3118 or 3119 to you
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, -- working
creed,color,national origin or sex of the purchaser,user,or patron.A .
confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal op. ,
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I VOL. 32 NO. 8 MAY 9, 1914 INVITATION-This year's Jacksonville Beach use Pal Day committee members are Ned Olin,
Glenn Edward And Cdr. Gib McGee.The Pal Day is scheduled
for Saturday, May 18,and all military
.. personnel and their families are invited to loin In the fun.
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NARJAX SAILOR OF THE QUARTER-PN1 Cletus f;'!'<' "'( -- "r.
VP-42 has been chosen as NARJAX Sailor of the Quarter. PN1 Shoultawas (.
cited as an "agressive and industrious personnelman who WELCOME ABOARD-Adm. Thomas H. Moorer, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is
devotes his entire interests into getting the job done. Also noted was welcomed to NAS Jax by RAdm. Lawrence R.GeisCOMTACAIRLANT. During his stay here, Adm.
his efficiency in setting up new procedures to keep up with his office's Moorer visited with local Navy leaders and spoke to the Jacksonville Council of the Navy League,
work load. Runner-up for the honor was AMSl .Robert V. Bennett of stressing the strategic importance of the Middle East.
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Cedar Hills Shopomg Center
House Quality Foods
Phone 111923


Every Friday Night is Family Night r *TOPLESS- Bartenders,Waitresses O0

DANCERS: 11AM-2AM
Your choice ofCHOPPEDSTEAKorCHICKENA 5916 Philips Highway 733.9989
DUMPLINGSplus 119

any 2 vegetables, bread & butter


WE HAVE A VARIETY OF SEAFOOD DAILY' Dow Leo/ing


One and two bedroom apartmentsin
all-adult rental community
Washers & dryersin
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Screened-in patios or balconies

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you can have added accessories, etc. for the same cost when you finance Sena Coupon for Information
through your Normandy Atlantic Bank we'rethekey people to see. EVERS & ASSOCIATES

1929 PARKAVE, BOX 757 ORANGE PARK, FLA. 32073
ED NORMANDY NAMEPAGE TELEPHONE 264.4400


6545 NORMANDY BLVD. 0 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32202 ADDRESS .

MONDAY THRU THURSDAY: Main Lobby 9am to Apm Drive,In Tellers& Installment Loans 9am to Apm,. CITY
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I I Navy Relief helps- Sea Service: "take 1 care of its own "j. ;j


I Jax-The Navy Relief Society is family and the ability to repay Education Fund ,II
a private charitable organization without hardship. Loans are The Board of Managers of the
| and not an official part of the always at no interest. Navy Relief Society establishedan
Navy: ; yet it is closely affiliated Aid that may be furnished Educational Fund in 1964 to
since the assistance given is includes assistance in payment of lend money to dependent sons
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exclusively to Naval Service large hospital bills, travel expenses and daughters of Navy and
personnel and their families.Its in an emergency, funeral Marine Corps personnel for J"
funds are private and are expenses, funds to tide over until education, after high school !
derived from voluntary con dependents' allowance is graduation, at accredited
tributions, payments on loans, granted, and many other types. colleges and vocational schools
income from investments, and Systematic procedures for and for preparatory academic
proceeds from balls, carnivalsand investigating and analyzing each work prior to entrance to one of
similar fund-raising benefits. needy case have been set up by the state or national service.
Objectives of the Society, as the Society. Full regard for the academies.
stated in its certificate of incorporation dignity and pride of the individual Those eligible for assistanceare
are to collect and is shown, and Navy and unmarried dependent
hold funds for use as aid to Marine people in distress are children,stepchildren and legally
enlisted men and officers of the urged to apply as they might to adopted children of living! or
Navy and Marine Corps in timesof their own family. deceased personnel of t
need, and as aid and relief to The service is available to all 1. The regular Navy and
their dependents, including personnel on active duty, to Marine Corps,
surviving families. The aid retired personnel, and to survivors 2. The reserve componentswhen
provided includes loans and who were dependents of on extended active duty,
outright grants, as well as advice active duty or retired Naval 3. The regular retired list, the
; and other professional help. Service personnel, in instances of Fleet Reserve and Fleet Marine
4 The Society provides help to nonrecurring trouble where it is Corps Reserve, retired reservists
f Naval Service personnel and clear that they are hampered in who are in receipt of retired or
( their families on the theory that exercising their resourcefullnessby retainer pay after 20 years of .
\" the demands of the service often conditions beyond their active duty and the disability J
make it difficult or impossible fora control. retired list.Dependents.
member of the Navy and Other Services must not have oeaoiine tor application: is March emergencies should submit a
', Marine Corps to cope with an Besides its financial services, attained the age of 23 prior to 15 for the subsequent school year. request by letter or dispatch
emergency. the Navy Relief Society employsand entering the college or school. How,To Contact Navy Relief directly to the Headquarters,
Financial assistance furnishedis makes available visiting Post-graduate work is not included The Navy Relief Society has Navy Relief Society, Room 1030,
intended to tide a man or his nurses who follow up on in this program. auxiliaries located at Naval Munitions Building, Washington,
family over situations of acute .posthospital cases, assist new Parents are expected to furnishan District headquarters and at D.C. 20360, or if their dependentslive
distress. It is not intended for mothers and provide visiting appropriate share of college large Naval and Marine Corps near an Auxiliary, directly to
long-run improvement of personal nurse care for those who need i it expenses in accordance with stations and posts. Branches the Auxiliary.The .
conditions.The their income. Student applicants have been established at smaller
at home. Other services includethe
variety of emergencies in are expected to assist themselves stations. request should include
of thrift and
operation shops
which the Navy Relief Society providing layettes for infants. by earning money to defray partof These offices are open during name, rate, service number,
offers assistance is, however, their expenses. As much as normal working hours and station, name and address of
very wide. ,For instance, on the Advice, and information are $1,000 annually may be loaned, personnel may approach the dependent, nature of the
, death of a Navy man, a Navy provided on Government depending on the need. nearest office directly. emergency, and assistance
Relief representative visits or benefits, pensions and The Educational Fund is administered Men aboard ship or at overseas desired. Chaplains assist in
writes to his family to offer allowances, and allotments. directly from Navy bases learning of family preparing these requests.
immediate financial need if thereis Frequently,the Society can aid i in Relief headquarters. Eligible
any need, assistance in tran obtaining special services for students should request applications -
sportation expenses, assistancein handicapped children from in January of each Close Out Sale I
preparing a widow for gainful private or community agencies. year from that source. The

' employment, or aid in keeping Famous Gates Tires
children in primary or secondary

school. At FURNITURE REPAIRING, .r,...
Help to dependents of deceased
personnel is nearly always a gift. IAtP n REFINISHING
Assistance provided other personnel SMOOTH 4 PiY POLY
& UPHOLSTERYWe
is a gift or loan dependingupon WHltiWAUSUPER
the financial condition of the

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can restore repair your
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PHONE 771-8244 |*o s *t MICE E'T. ?O.-.SIFwmce: f TC
Live anywhere and bank with .us--FREE-We pay 0 n $2322 $2 4S V'ro H $11 Si I.1 ITpo
postage. Or, come by 8 AM to 6 PM Mondaythru i.4.S2. 3-:.' $; *c -orQ.i' *' '*2* JJ 12 *
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We'll send youa apartments in a magnificent setting of live oak trees

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FRIDAY"-Mrs. Dorothy V. Jensen, NARF Secretary,
off the "Girl Friday" cake given to her during National
an automaticsecond 1- Week Methods by Division.her fellow employees in the facility's II



Net pay, allowancescan


be sent to banksJax

Navy members,within guidelines,may have their net pay and
allowances forwarded to the bank of their choice.
. Basically, the rules which permit net pay credit to the member's
-- individual account are as follows:
1. The amount to be remitted must be the full amount that would
otherwise have been paid to the member.
income ? 2. Advice to the individual member, by deposit ticket. or other
means,is a matter between the member and the bank.
Application for remittance of one's check to a bank may be made
through the disbursing officer on a DD Form 1560. Discontinuance of
payments may be made in writing at anytime by the member.
Remittance authorities are automatically cancelled when a
See us or your G member goes on permanent change of station (PCS) or is separated.
$ $ $ However,he or she may request a DD 1560 transfer form for use at the
next duty station.
disbursing officer q Automatic cancellation also occurs when a member goes on temporary
additional duty (TAD) and takes his'pay record. On return to
for details his permanent duty station, the member may verbally reinstate the
arrangement on the DD 1560.
A notice to the bank of remittance cancellation, if required, is a
matter of individual responsibility. .
New pay to bank for members will be easier when the full pay Navy
." //Vi Joint Uniform Military Pay System (JUMPS) is instituted. Under
,' : its great full JUMPS,Navy members in PCS or TAD status will have optional,
rather than automatic
discontinuance privileges.Open .
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for your convenience 8 ct.m.Jp.m.Closed .
'Pirst'Pamily" Sunday
*PICK-UP & DELIVERY
.; ROAD SERVICE
MECHANIC ON DUTY
*AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
NATIONWIDE TRAILERS
One Way or Round Trip

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Savings Insured up to $20,000 by F.S.L.I.C. ''III., L____ JOJrd&Jammea Road Phone 771-9155

11 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU .....:. .
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DOWNTOWN SOUTHSIDE BRANCH REGENCY SQUARE BRANCH
Adams and Julia 1326 Prudential Dr. 101 Monument Road
NEWEST
PH.354-8443 PH.3987088DURKEEVILLE PH.725.1270'SOUTHWEST CONCEPT
IN APARTMENT LIVING

BRANCH BRANCH UNIVERSITY BLVD.BRANCH 1 1J J BEDROOM.
Cedar Hills Shopping Center 1815 N.Myrtle Ave. 5631 University Blvd.W. 1 AND BATHS
PH.771-0422 PH.356-4175 PH. Spacious rooms wide windows
131.0833NORTHSIDE central heat 8 air cond.
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BRANCH FIVE POINTS BRANCH BEACH BRANCH and party room.
Gateway Shopping Center 803 Lomax Street S
231 S.Third St.Jax Beach 264.8102
PH.7655538NORMANDY PH.358-1204 PH.246.4801
1800 KINGSLEY AVE.
BRANCH CLAY COUNTY BRANCH MOBILE OFFICE DIRECTIONSi Between
5911 Normandy Blvd. (Coming Soonl I) Serving Baldwin Blandmg Blvd. & Orange Park
Minutes away via new I I2S.WINGER .
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Jax.More than 80 jobs are now open in NARF's Production
Department according to an announcement made this week.
The Facility has openings for 24 aircraft instrument workers and a
critical need for several other blue collar workers in its production
line. -
Applicants may apply directly to the Civilian Personnel Employment *
Office in Bldg. 907 for an interview.All ,
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and qualified for the following jobs: Sft:
Aircraft Instrument Worker, Machine Operator, Painting Worker
Aircraft Ground Equipment Worker Sheetmetal Worker, Aircraft
Worker, Electronics Worker, Janitor, Bearing Reconditioner, Shot
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the U.S. Navy and the air forces of Norway, Spain,Australia and New Zealand now patrol the world's

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This Sunday's 11 Program since our last issue: MP area)
am. Protestant Worship No. 79-74: Aircraft Instrument No. 84.74: Clerk, GS301.4
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r4 picnic area. 15, 1974 Local MP area) No. 85-74: Technical Manual
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4 hM 1\ variety of athletic events ment Assistant GS-6 (Closing June 6, 1974 Nationwide Navy &
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If you are single, just area) No. 86-74: Technical Manual
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married, please bring a Management Assistant GS-7 and May 21, 1974 Local MP area)
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guarantees "It WILL be a Supervisor GS-6 (Closing Date:
sunny Sunday!I" June 6,1974 6ND Navy & Marine All career and career-
Corps) conditional employees are urgedto
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announcements on the official
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:i I\ ,areas at least once a week for
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JAX AIR rtGt ,rc.A i Q>*M M<_c r> PAGE 9 !

1 Fact about insuranceEvery i .

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life insurance T 1 'J 1
policy bas. of the other person, and needs lite
ically: concerns at least
two
peo. Insurance to compensate for that
pie, the
"insured"
nnd
the
loss. If there were no significant
"beneficiary
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"insurable interest," the policy
But a policy may also affect
a might be mere speculation
half dozen or more other people. The owner(whether or not he is
They go by such names as "ap .the "insured") is the only person
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plicant, "payor," .
"policy hold.er who can exercise certain rights,
"assignee," "first contingent such as changing the beneficiary,
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beneficiary, "second contingent using the dividend options, convening a +
beneficiary"" and "final bene or exchanging the policyfor

ficiary. different coverage, borrowing !......1rC. .td''i.It.f __
In addition, if the policy is payable against the cash value, assigningthe
to an estntp or trust, it may policy to a lender (the "as NAMED TO KEY NARF POSITIONS-NARF has selected three new superintendents to fill
involve executors?administratorsor signee") as collateral surrendering vacancies created by recent retirements. They are (L-Rs): Louis J. Brilla, 'Weapons Engineering I
trustees it for cash, or transferring Superintendent; James W. Tweeddale, Avionics Division Superintendent; and Samuel 1 T. Armstrong,
Who Buys a Policy ,ownership. supervisor for the Production Planning and Control Department.
lie may name virtually any 1
A polity most often Is issued directly number of "primary benefici.
to the"insured"(the person aries" and "contingent benefici

whose life it coveisY So he is also aries" (who receive any proceedsthat ..,
commonly referred" to .tS the may not yet have been paidat '. ,"
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"policyholder. the death of a primary beneficiary
He is normally the one who applies ). He may also name an IJA '
for it(the "applicant"), pays estate, trust or institution as tMJ-
the premiums (the "payer"), retains "final beneficiary" ,to receive
ownership and control over any proceeds still payable after "

it:and names the"beneficiary"to the primary and contingent beneficiaries i. FOD .. ..
whom '
the puicy'pruceeds' are to have died :;

be. paid when he dies. However, a person may be
But not always. Sometimes named an "irrevocable beneficiary !
someone else applies for the pol' ." If so, the owner cannot
icy, pays the premiums and retains change the designation without kTt1RDYs '
ownership. For instance, a that beneficiary's con
husband or wife often buys a policy sent.(Often an"irrevocable bene ;
to cover his or her spouse. Parents ficiary" is also the owner of the GCO
and grandparents buy policies policy.)
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on children. Business associates Either the "insured" or the
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insure each other. And a beneficiary may also be the "ap- l' -
lender may buy life insurance on plicant" "payor" and "policy .r
a borrower to repay the loan if the owner.." s
borrower should die.
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But 'a person applying for life .

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''Batman flight crew



rescues civilian pilot


Jax-0utstanding Flight Assist"-that's what the log book at the
irLr FAA's Air Traffic Control (ATC) Center at Jacksonville International

Airport reads.
It is a record of how one of VP-24's P-3 C "Orions"helped a light
civilian aircraft.
The Batman crew's day started off with a 4 a.m. briefing on a
"routine" instrument airways flight. On board would be Lt. Bill
: Gottschalk,aircraft commander; Ltjg( ) Smart, co-pilot; AW2 Nyren,
,Mk radar operator; ADJ1 Witmer,flight engineer; AT1 Rustman,inflight
technician: and ADI Lambert, ordnanceman.The .
Ic weather at the time of briefing was less than 200 foot overcast in
fog.That was bad enough to delay the flight about four hours.At .
7:15 p.m. the "Orion" was about 60 miles north of Jacksonville
under the control of the Jacksonville Center after letting down from
4 23,000 feet to 3,000 feet.
At the same time,the controller saw the transponder returns from a
w civilian Cessna 206 he was also controlling disappear from his radar
display. All radio communication attempts were futile.
The controller then asked "Navy LR 615" to verify that the civilian
x r t aircraft was at 5,000 feet since he had just lost all radio and radar
contact.
Lt.Gottschalk immediately volunteered his assistance and followedJacksonville
y9r t Center's instructions until he visually sighted the Cessna.He .
a e then slowed the"Orion" from 240 knots to 140 knots by droppinghis
t landing gear and extending his flaps. After maneuvering the
"Orion" so he could fly wing on the Cessna, he learned through hand
[ p t I signals that the civilian pilot wanted to land as soon as possible.Lt. .
r. Gottschalk had his co-pilot relay the information back to Jax
Center.
Back at NAS Jax, the weather was partially obscured, ceiling 800
feet overcast and 3 miles visability outside of the clouds. That's bad
with no instruments.
E The Cessna had now tucked under the Orion's wing and was keepingup
with it.'Center .
vectored the two aircraft for a radar ground controlled approach
(GCA) at NAS Jax.
The VP-24 aircraft was on base leg at 1,600 feet, about two miles
from Herlong Field, when the Cessna pilot saw Herlong's runway
lights through a break in the clouds and broke off through the hole to a
safe landing.As .
soon as the civilian pilot got to a telephonehe called Jacksonville
The Rental People People Likg Center and told them he'd had a complete electrical failure, and
wanted to thank the Navy pilot and crew for helping him out of what
could have been a disaster.Lt. .
Gottschalk and his 'Batman' crew have received a Letter of
WantYou Commendation from the Jacksonville Air Traffic Control Facility for
their assistance.
"Can I assist in any way?" That phrase has probably saved many
fellow airmen-both civilian and military.
Win a Lt. Gottschalk and his-crew, who immediately volunteered their
help after an already long day, established high standards for. othersto
follow.

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You may ride out on a FREE BIKE! Each participating Jax-Summer Squash beginning to come into season in the local
'UNITED RENT-ALL store in your'area is giving away- area. Our Squash Casserole recipe this week is selected to assist
readers in making maximum use of'ummer: squash during the peak
ABSOLUTELY FREE a 10-speed, sports bicycle.No season while the price is reasonable.

obligation. Nothing to buy or rent. Simply fill out the entry Squash Casserole
form when visit the store. .INGREDIENTS:: 2 cups cooked squash, 1 large onion (diced), 1 cupmedium
you sharp cheese, 2 eggs (well beaten? ), 1 cup bread crumbs, %
cup milk, % teaspoon garlic salt, salt and to taste, 2
The whole Idea Is to have you come In and get acquainted with our tablespoons butter. pepper

big new remodeled and enlarged rental store. See the wonderful Slice squash and boil for three minutes In lightly salted water. Dice
variety of things we have to rent and meet the rental people people., onions and sautee in the 2 tablespoons butter Combine all ingredientsand
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like." pour into well greased dish. Top with enough additional bread
Contest rules posted at each store.To enter you must be 18 years of age or older. ... crumbs to cover ingredients and dot with butter.
Drawing to be held on Saturday June 1, 1974 Bake for approximately 30 minutes in 350 degree oven. Serve Hot.DYrt .




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I :., HS-7 back from deployment !


Jax HS-7 has returned home to NAS Jax after a two-month deployment
t aboard USS Guam (LPH-9)), based at Norfolk, Va.

.. The squadron's mission was to test and evaluate new Antisubmarine Warfare
tactics for the Navy using the new SH-3H helicopter.. .
HS-7 flew nearly 1200 hours ,
F.t during their 37 days at sea. '
Especially noteworthy; was the effort put forth by the Maintenance Depart- c .
ment and supply system, keeping an overall operation readiness of 85 percent a s1 ,

round-the-clock and full systems flying.capable average of 65 percent, despite adverse conditions and ..f. 1Yjv

The squadron's flight crews performed tremendously times flying' four
missions a day.

Aside from successfully completing its ASW mission, HS-7 was also able to :; :L
improve its readiness in the areas of day and night carrier landings and day and :
night helicopter in-flight refueling.HS7 .
is commanded by Cdr. G.A. Schussler.
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REALTOR 356.6849 The BIGGER and BETTER -, '.'\.', v

:BELL.A.IR. : ,

r GRAND OPENING! available in "
Homes are now Clay County I T:V\

Just North of Kingsley Ave.on Bellair Blvd. ,
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Oriental Orange Park..See them today I "

$37,000- ,.: :"1: THINK OF US AS PART:OF
FOOD STORE

7 Days Wk, lOAMtoSPM $40,500VA .''y. ." :; THE FAMILY.,
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Specializing In Foods From I ( or Conv. Terms) CSOLDONLY

JAPAN

PHILIPPINES BY w'
TAIWAN CLAY COUNTY \

KOREA REALTY i

HONG KONG EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR... FURNITURE
VIETNAM

THAILAND :BELL.A.ER.gpME: : : .

CHINA :BUJLDERS: INC.: :L T .iO R. DIsiGNJRS

HAWAII 264-244S J329 PARK AVENUE (HWY 17)
BOULEVARD PHONE 264-9579 or
1901(Next BLANDING to Lakeshore Post Office, Member of National Home Builders Associationand ORNGa PARK PHI blt-75":31:
Front of Pantry Pride Food Store) Jacksonville Home Builders Asoclatlons ,
PHONE 384-723) ;r. .

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\\l. )1))'? 'l. 'ir!,: SERVED 12 AM 5 PM military financing"gives you low monthly payments and plenty of time to enloy
!l : discount ..JUST ONE OF THE MANY ,your new boat. K'. .

: t-1 ;.:, (;.f SUNDAY BUFFET, -Laura' at Duval MILEAGE MAKERS NOW AT Don't' be left "high and dry" this summer. Come In and let your credit

: union float a new boat,motor,and trailer loan for you.

ALLYOUCANEAr $$3 95 -Beach Boulevard .

TUESDAY thru SATURDAY e ___, -Normandy Boulevard S DUVA We also finance USED boats,)motors' and trailers
at 12 2 per cent APR for the thrifty sailor.
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Friday3.95
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WE CATER PARTIES Ph:3876541SPECIAL: I

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RICHIE ELLIS AT THE PIANO 7:30-1: 1:30: PM ... '.
FINANCINGFOR '

Open 11:30: AM-11 PM Dally (Closed Mondays) SERVICE PERSONNEL [- HAS JAX,Bldg.39 ROOSEVELT PHONE 3841391 MALL I NAS 712 CECIL 9894or FIELD Base Ext.215urs ,Bldg.2'' S
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PRAYER TIME-The kids in Bertha Turner's Junior Kindergarten take time to give thanks for
their juice and crackers. In addition to the junior kindergarten group,there is a senior kindergartengroup.
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CLEARANCE SALEREPO'S


$150 DOWN !
VISUAL AID-A viewmaster can take a child all the way around the
world without her having to leave her seat. This little girl seems to be
SEE THESE QUALITY HOMES:
quite interested in whatever it is that she is looking at.
Schult Dolphin Craftmade

*Oakbrook Zimmer Coventry .
Moritebellb FestivalBank Right in the middle of thingsNEAR

Financing! Low Down Payment!
Easy Terms! 24 Hour Credit Approvals! : Navy bases, I''o

Parking Space is Arranged For! shopping centers, .
COAST TO COAST BUYERS SAVINGS FOR YOU downtown

OPEN 9-8MON..FRI., 5 SAT., 12-5 SUN. Clubhouse with card and
I billiard rooms;swim 1 29s
ASKABOUT BANK ming
pool;tennis and
PAYMENTFAMOUS play courts;children's
OUR playground
QB1 NOT DUE FOR Spacesfor$50-$60 CECIL F'UO NA5
RENTAL 160 DAYS a month \JAX
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1 ]0607 ATLANTIC BLVD. 7212444 9101 Normandy 781-0441
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P a s CT O a a CALL: 387-3566 Movie Schedule


AdS should be mailed
to arrive not later than
arriving too late for this deadline will be Dublishe Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads

strutted otherwise A check or mOnty order for Pie cost the iS""t" unless the put"'sh; is 'in
received WITH 1 the MMMMMMMMMMM M MM
minimum copy.
RATE: charge ((3 lines) $2.S0 Per.dTfirT' --

Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO", ((4 words per line) ...60c Thursday, May 9 Monday, May 13
-SHIRLEY AVE. JACKSONVILLE 32210 "ONE LITTLE INDIAN" "HELL UP IN HARLEM"

I Western, Starring James Garner Action Melodrama, Starring

EM YMENT [ Of all kinds UPHOLSTERY, furn., car seats, boat 3BR., 2BA. BRICK HOME and Vera Miles. "G" (91 min.) Fred Williamson and Julius W. .: .

tops, draperies Interior decorating, Orange Park, CH&A. sep. LR, DR & Friday, May 10 Harris. "R" ((95 min.)

SHEET METAL MECHANICSrcraft reasonable done, 354-7991 Navy Man. Den, eat-in kit. w-Blt. In DW, 2 car "THE LIFE AND TIMES OF Tuesday, May 14

( experience preferred, any garage lot, walk w-shop to school& util.& area, Ig. fncd. JUDGE ROY BEAN" Western "SOYLENT GREEN" .

pe sheet metal experience helpful. 21'' ALL FIBERGLASS CLASSIC park. 2647946. Drama, Starring Paul Newmanand Futuristic Drama, Starring
med. opening for day or,nlte shift. 8Ft.: Beam 140 KpMcr. Cruiser,
Anthony Perkins.uPG" (123 Charleton Heston and Edward
G.
a layoffs, good benefits, apply outdrive recently overhauled, equlpt, .MOBILEWEBUYANDSELL;
|oOAm.M.-4OOP.M.: Mon.-Frl. w-2 outriggers, compensated compass .., min.) Robinson. "PG" ((97 min.)

AERO CORPORATIONLake depth finder, ship to shore radio Saturday, May 11 Wednesday, May 15 .

City Airport telephone (new) Marine toilet GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES "THE LAUGHING "THE NEW LAND" Drama,
Custom
An Lake Equal City Opportunity, Fla. Phone Employer.1-752-7911 9923. Bit. Trailer. $2,500 Firm. 772: Phone 388.4619 POLICEMAN Action Drama, Starring Max Von Sydow and Liv

Starring Walter Matthau and Ullmann. "PG" (161 min.)

I GETTING READY TO RETIRE?? GARAGE SALE LET YOUR RENT Bruce Dern. "R" (112 min.) .

Or Jut Getting Out?? Westinghouse Clothes Dryer, BEYOURDOWNPAYMENTDEPOSIT Sunday, May 12
hy not Investigate a new career withhe S50.RCA Rotor Antenna, $50. Heavy REQUIRED "KANSAS CITY BOMBER" Don't be
Duty Redwood picnic bench, $35.00. SUMITMOBILE HOMES
oldest, largest
and
,
most Also Industrial Size Sewing Machineon 5210 Phillips, Highway,733-9422 Action Drama, Starring Raquel
espected security In the
company Table. Prices BRING THIS AD FOR 1100.OFF Welch
Ivorld. Full time positions are Definite 7727824after and Kevin McCarthy. fuelish.N
ivallable as security officers, with 400.: "PG" (99 min.) .
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
Opportunities for
advancement. All
niforms and NEARLYNEW 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern
equipment furnished. RESTAURANT
EQUIPMENT trailer and apts. 3893007.
Free life Insurance, Paid vacations Complete layout, all
or any part of,
fend profit sharing to those who 384.5678 or 2468383. MONEY? MONEY?
ualify. 72 DELUXE CHAMPION .
28R., IB A., excel. cond., $500. dwn. EED
APPLY PINKERTON'S FLA. 22 FT.SAILBOAT and refinance Pd. on for 2tt yrs. Call MONEY? MONEY?
4040 Woodcock Dr., Suite 101 Wood Plank
Hull, dacron sails, 264.5923 after 6 P.M.LEAVING.
Phone 371-7317 stainless rigging, 2640677.
Equal Opportunity Employer STATE Have Office Experience & Spare Time?

MOO BTU EMERSON AIR.COND.With 1973 Star-Custom, doublewide Mo.
GREATJOB Built In Refrigeration. Compt. Ho., 2BR., 2BA., like new, setup on I F SO Short Term and Long Term Temporary Jobs Available

Earn $50-$75 per wk., working part. $150. 7720918. nicely landscaped Mo. Ho. lot, 48 Ft. With Top-Notch Firms At Convenient Locations

[time calling on single girls. Earn covered patio. Near NAS, or could be TOP HOURLY PAY-NO FEESI!
1972WINNEBAGO
ore with Incentive plan. Must be moved. $1500. dwn., & take over

harp g Phone i J 7213600.gg new 20FT., 3885256.Brave, fully equlpt., AC, like pymts. 2647306. WE NEED:

PART TIME JANITORIAL JOB TYPISTS IBM KEY PUNCH
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"MOVING"SALE MAY 11.12 1.Mt! BJ !O"11
[8 A.M.-12 Noon or 5P.M.10 P.M. NAS San Souct, 2nd University exit, across SECRETARIES PBX OPERATORS

[Jax. & Cecil, 355-2741. Royal Services. Terry St. left to 2512 Randy St., An- NEED A GOOD 2nd CAR STENOS COMPTOMETER OPERATORS

tiques, furn., Brlc-A-Brac, and Good tires,74 Fla. Inspection. Call 781- .CLERKS BOOKKEEPERS
COOKS&WAITRESSES clothing. 2432 after P.M.
I Wanted Part Time & full time. Bonnie
a. Clyde's. Vi Mile/ North 1.295 on CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS l"IFORDWAGON P! VICTDR temporariesVICTOR

I Blanding Blvd. 7782900. LEFT UNCLAIMEDJUST 8Pass.) cty. Sdn.", PS, PB, &AC. one
COMPTOMETER CORPORATION
RELEASED owner, excel.cond., $950. Call 771.3142
A DOLLAR CAREER MATHWe Singer Zig-Zag Sewing Machine 1973 aft. 4P.M. 501 FLA. FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. PHONE 353.1355rdPrhv4h4kv4av

are testing In showing alternativesthat model, almost like new. Zig-zags,
can prepare you I for the fast designs, appliques, monograms, etc. WANTED
growing computer field.qualifications Left unclaimed, customer left area, USED MOTORCYCLES
i & VA Benefits discussed. 7259081. cannot locate. Pay balance $62. or Any shape, size, year, model or
assume $9. per month payments. Will cond!tlon. 387-0551. :

DOCK MAN take trade, Phone 7310255. Will Big Soy;
deliver, ONE OWNER
For no obligation. Ask for Credit
ICCCerrler6PM10PM. Mon. Manager. 1973 Corolla, extra clean, $1895. ''Will U Don't have
Frl., must be 21, Eq. Op. Em., $5.01 to
help finance 3886422.
hr., typist pref 3870596. .v<, .. ', ....( '
(<{W-.:);:.,.<;}"'REAL.. ._ ESTATE,.L.>;;'.:..':,it' "> t 'CHEVY t TOTE 'EM. Big

TEMPORARY INDUSTRIAL HELP- Heavy chevy,350 cu. In.,'PB.PS, Auto, Chief puts.
TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo
PICK YOUR OWN WORK DAYSIf AC, Track Player. $2250. 7212490. k ifli
you have any days with 8 to 10 hrs. up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile e I t
radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to
free, and would like to earn extra 1971 FIAT l
money, we have numerous lobS $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far 850 spor.t, can be handled with no 4 l ; y',
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below near-future values. Call Tony '
available with warehouses, factories.. money dwn., Call 358-0881.
389 5514, Eve. 7711976. MAXIMUM
Import firms, etc. Pay ranges from George -
REALTY OF FLORIDA
$2.00 hr. up. For addl.) Info. visit our WYNNE '47 CHEVY CONV.

office at 12 E. Bay St., or call 355-2738 Realtors Specialist Super Sport, 327, V-8, AT PB, AC, SAFETY 4
from 10 A.M.2 P.M. any weekday. R&H, needs Body Work. $450. for I
FOSHEE REALTY Quick Sale. 7720918. Plus wmifa
Immediate cash for your equity, none
PART-TIME SECRETARY I Il
20-30: Hrs. weekly 'schedule flexible, too large or too small. Broker NOMONEYDOWN XTRAHIGMILEAGE

Westside Architect. 3875661. 388-1581 'E-2'sAUPSPECIAL J JJ
1969 Ford, Cold air $495 I
PART-TIME COMPANION JOB FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS 1966 Chevelle.runs good $450 p A
Lady needs sitter 9AM.1 P.M. 5 days CONTACTJoe 1968 Olds, HT,sharp $695 '
weekly. Phone 6414852. Roplak (RET. NAVY) Realtor. 196SMercuryAC.30.000ml. $550 MONARCH
Associate Representing LOW MO. PAY. 3886422. FIBERGLASS
Blanding Agency Inc..Realtors o
ORIENTALMAIDTo 771-803 RES r 781- 7715 BELTED TIRE 4
live with family. Housework also OFFICE 48MERCURY COUGAR XR7 /
takes Loaded, low mil., excel. cond., $1095. 36,000 Ml.GUARANTEE.
care of children. 7 days a week. POLYESTER BOOT PUS
Needs USE YOUR VA 7720918.
call
employment
Immediately !
AAoJullo/ Men, 178.3293.INSURANCE No Down, completely renovated, FIBERGLASS BEITSF78x14.r15 ,
spacious, 2BR. Home, garage, fenced, 1973 H.D.SPORSTER
pecan& plum trees. $15,000, VanSandt XLH, extra low ml.,
AGENCY tr' 91.80
Call 358.0881.
Realtor 3.9-3549.
Close to NAS, needs typist & posting
clerks. Call for appt 3887676.
COUNTY
CLAY ONE OWNER G78x14or15H78x14or15 958.0
3 beautiful riverfront lots 100 ft. on 1971 Ford Torino,6 cyl., runs like an 8, tor
EIuE; LLANEOUS1JWant ]' river, firm Sandy Bank. Huge trees $1295. Will help finance. 3886422.
High & Dry 24 Miles S. NAS, $12,000- '4

To Be A DISC JOCKEY i/i down,owner will hold Mtg. 2849247. 1971 VEGA (for 99.80

Call Mike Taylor 7I4-4124 or ".Spd:, Air, good tires
F.E.T.from $2.50
to $3.13.
A FRAME
BEAUTIFUL NEW
Columbia School of Broadcasting 354311. Call! 264-0367.
/ Home school San Francisco, 3BR., 2BA., carpet, CH&A ,Decks, + Passenger Tire Guarantee :
course by home study Approved for over 1 acre on St. Johns River, Dock MUSTANG Guaranteed against all road hazards for the life of the original tread.if

Veterans. Local office Fla. Nat'l. Only S45,000.Owner will hold Mtg. 284-. V-8, 4-Spd., No cash dwn.*..low mo. tire fails,we will,at our option,repair it free or replace it,charging

Bank. Our 8th Year. 9247. pymts.,_Call! -3580881. only for the tread wear on a pro rata share of the current price plus

LIVE CRABS _RENTAt S f tiL
Wilford's Fish Camp DRIVE THE Guaranteed against wear-out f for a specified number of miles.If tread*

2649707 NEAR NAS & CECIL wears out in this period,we will replace it, Charging for mileage used

12'X 60' MO. HO.. 2BR., CH&A, $150. BIG RIGSTrain 'on a prorata share of the current price,plus tax. Commercial vehicles
Also AUTO AIR CONDo SERVICE mo., $60. dep. 3980671.DON'T to'drive tractor-trailers rrrhldad1T
home Central units S windowAC
with combination of home study
Tyler's 4711) Palmer, 388-5UI. T
LIVING
ENVY THOSE and resident' training at one of
ATTHEOCEANRent our huge training centers
GEORGE'S KENNELS a modern, exclusive townhouse, Prepare for a brighter future
Dogs A Cats Boarded Unfurn., 2BR., 2BA., CH&A, Dishwasher and better pay. Effective /
Pick-Up & delivery service since 1925. garbage disposal Security placement assistance provided. e
t
Grooming, training & shipping. Guard, Pvt. Club .fa clll ties. Near FOR LOCAL INFO CALL
Visitors welcome. Bankamericard & Beaches Hospital 8 NAS Mayporl. ((904)) 355.7036
Masfercharge honored Off 1.10 Near Call after 5:30: P.M. & weekends 388- RYDERTECH.INST.Fla 'J

Cassat Ave. & Edgewood Ave. 8152. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Suite 915 :
SOlS Edgewood Court 389-0044. Jacksonville, Fla. 32202

NEAR HAS A CECIL HOME OFF. ATLANTA,GA
Rifle' MARLIN GLENFIELD30-30 Furn. Apt.. 2BR.,swimming pool, $90. APPROVED FOR VET. ED.
with
telescopic sites. Make offer.
2461088. mo. 771-0348.


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THE Flee-T MARKET channel, AM-FM. Up to five FM "thirds + acres, 2 stall barn, 4MI
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stations may be preset and Cecil Gate. $23,900.00 778-2408

A FREE PERSONAL WAN FAD SERVICE available at touch of a button. after 6:00: PMSears.Fully
.
for Military and Civilian Employees NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field
ET1 Oldfield Ext. 209 $175.00


r------;; it'M D 1 1966 PLYMOUTH, good engine SEWING MACHINE Automatic, all cabinet Zig-Zag attachments -,

and body very clean, $600.00 or In wooden

I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) take payments $61.00 month. See like new $125.00 264-0420
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Mayo VS-31 Line Call 786-8441
RIDERS WANTED: Share Rideto

I 1972 Green HONDA CAR, Good N.Y.C. area on 18 May 0001;

Condition $400.00 and take over Call Mon Thur -4pm, Ext 2926

i payments 43.82 a month $1000 on Ask for Ed

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payments Ext 8448
I 1972 Scat Craft SKI BOAT 100 hp
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TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW .1 Sale: 12x12 Carpet, Drapes ((4Pr) Evlnrude, Galvanized Gator

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. Bedspread.Matching Setup. 4 Trailer, Ski Equipment. Best
I Offer 1700 Call 7723076. Ask
over
I month old. Also Cojdspot!
I for KNOWLES
REFRIG 2 years old with freezer

I Name Office or activity to which assigned I ((170 No.) 772.9180' or 771.3211-
I X8177 1971 MAZDA STATION WAGON

I I 1800 cc, 4 Dr, RHACATSteelBelted

Radials, Call' 772-3076 or
I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I Sale: Matched Set of GOLF
389.4413 after 5. Ask for
I CLUBS. Left Handed. Played
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, le: Full I only 18 holes. Woods 1,3,4 Irons KNOWLESFor
military or civilian; employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed)of person submitting ad and I W. 772.9180 or 771-3211
3,4,5,6,7,8,9
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity I Sale: LIVING ROOM SUITE
to which he Is assigned and office telephone. This X8177
2. Free advertising In the ::':lu.T MARKET" including: 90-inch sofa; Mr.&Mr
)information Is for authentication only and your ad I
will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housingfor s. chalrs-ottoman-cocktail table-2
should be worded independently of this information.
I personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I For Sale: BABY Buggy, Playpen,4Swing end tables. Excellent condition-

personal property; offers of or requests for rides to S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In I Carseat. 30" Gas Range, reasonable.Call .
and from work; announcements of educational hardly used-very
'I following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads TIRES, 9x12 RUG and Pad, Many
courses offered by non-profit organizations or I' 387.5249 after 5 pm.
arriving after that date will be placed In the
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted Mlsc items 771.1592
following week's edition. Ads will be run only onetime
only If the words "PCS" (for military), or G"A LAX'IE
I unless resubmitted as prescribed above. 1966 FORD 500 4dr 8
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the I
'I Jacksonville area) are Included in the wording of the VW TIRES and RIMS: 4 each cylinder Good condition $350.00PH
6. No phone calls will be accepted regarding
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied 264.5225 after 5PM
6.00x15 tires, Four rims and
I by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR Lug
NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide Hub Caps. Priced Right. CWO
I 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. Kaufman Cecil X506-507 or 771- 1967 BUICK4Dr. Wildcat Factory
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed I 6396 ACPBPSRadio. Good Con
in each edition of our paper: Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No
I ion-J350.00 t Call 772-8647 after 4
will be rejected. more,than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I

I accepted.I. I pm
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T
I MARKET" Editor, c-0 JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, Ads appearing to be )in the promotion of a I Kenmore 30" Self Clean Electric Wanted-CAR: 4 Wheels, Good

I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do hot meet the above I RANGE, Gold Color, Used only Engine, Fair Condition, ,Up to
OR requirements, will be relected. The publisher
five months half
I one original
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor, CO AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I $175.00 Ext 8186
I II 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These forms price $135.00 264-6289

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Coldspot DEHUMIDIFIER, 20 Philco home ENTERTAINMENT .

water removed In hours CENTER with BW TV as
1974 MOBILE HOME 52x12 No Rust TWEED RUG 12x28 may be For Sale: 1968 PONTIAC pints 24 ,
automatic humidistat and shut. is $60 Call 786-4151 after 4 p.m.
equity, lust assume 90mo. cut into two pieces, Mat Included, LEMANS 2-door hardtop. AT.P-
off, used three months, $60.00 264- ....*.
payments. Central air, Early near new, AIR CONDITIONER SAC. $450.00 Ext 3486 '- -

American Decor, See to appreciate Coldspot, Other Household Items 6289 Full Twin Size' BUNKS, $45, 9x12

264.1964 389-6525 ......-.. For Sle by owner-3 BR HOME Brown-beige Oval Braided RUG
COLOR TV for sale. Needs
70 TORINO COBRA-Jet, Ram. near Nas Jax. Has many extras. some $25, Call 786-4151 after 4pm

PCS orders...EXECUTIVE Air, 4-Spd, 429 cu.in. 8-TRACK Good equity buy. 389.5952 work. Very nice Early American

HOME for Rent; New 2 story In TAPE PLAYER, Mags, NW Cabinet. Phone 772.1885 SCUBA EQUIPMENT cu ft
.
Southside 12 min. from NAS Jax. Tires $1750 328.1209 68 PONTIAC FIREBIRD, Conv. tank-boat and backpack,

5 BR Formal LR&DR w- AC, RH and AT, Mag Wheels, 14' Travel, TRAILER, built-in Regulators, Flotation Vest,

fireplace, Eat In Kitchen $550 mo. 21"RCA Color Console TV In "70" 400 cu.in. Phone 781.8956 heater, lacks, spare, 74 tag. Very weight belt and weights Call 388-

Call 737-4061 after 5 pm. good working condition, lovely .......... good condition. $850.00 Call 771. 6141
0859 after'16OO
cabinet, $150. 264-3760 2 H.P. Evlnrude Trolling
SWAP., WANTED: AN at NAS MOTOR-Like New85.00 Call SKIN DIVING GEAR, Two Setsof

Corpus Christi (TRARON 28)) 1971 PINTO, R&H, WSW Tires,::4- H.N. Williams, Cecil Field Ext. 1971 DODGE DART SWINGERV8 Fins, Masks, and Snorkles,

wants! swap with AK striker In Speed, 2000cc engine, $1,100 or 8112 or call 781-0016 after 5:00: Auto, PSAirVinyl Top $1450 Weights and Belts and life
Jax area PRD 15 Nov 75 Call AN best offer Call 721-0727 after P.M. 1963 TRIUMPH I TR4 Sportscar jackets 264-4907
'
Montgomery Autovon 861.2381 4:30pm $500 264-9692

.......-. For Sale: 1974 FORD For Sale 1970 GMC Va T PU, SWB,

18'/2 Foot Skibeeze Swedish Class MINICYCLE HONDA XR-75, Set ECONOLINE VAN-302 V-8, 123 House, for Sale: Orange Park, Fleetside, AM&FM Radio,

Fiberglass SAILBOAT, Dacron up for MX-Enduro, Trail riding, wheelbase hvydty springs. MONTCLAIR BRICK, 3BR, 2 ATACVery Clean, Good

Sails 18HP Outboard, On Trailer spares, Great for a boy. 264-8082 shocks; 5 mos.old, make out. BATH, 1634 sq. feet, CH&A, Full Mechanical Cond $1675 264-6163

at NAS Marina, $1800 778-2346 standing camper, pastel lime- Carpet, $44,600 Call 264-9692

green Inter. No defects PH 786- HOUSE for Sale By Owner,

For Sale: Hotpoint AIR-: DIRT BIKE Yamaha LT3MX100, 5798 For Sale: TURNTABLE, Lakeside Estates, 4BR, 2 BA, FR,

CONDITIONER, 220V. Three Great for boy, teenager, or man .......... Components & Records, Two All Electric, 15x30 pool, Sunken

years old, used one year. Ex who loves to pleasure ride 264- For Sale: Lake Front COTTAGE. occasional chairs, gold oval rug, LR, Laundry Room, Fireplace

cellent Condition, nice looking 8082 .......... Keystone Heights.. $25,000. Phone Playboys. Phone 264-3016 264-2890
264-5594 772-7245

.......... For Sale: Kenmore Sewing Giant GARAGE SALE: Very old,

60 HP ,"Triumph" EVINRUDE Machine CABINET $20.00 Teac 7" reel-to-reel TAPE 1973 PONTIAC VENTURA 350 Oak Bookcase desk, small appliances -

O-B with Electric Starter, 15' Duncan Fife' Dropleaf TABLE DECK with auto-reverse and bidirectional 2Dr.HT, 2 Barrel l, 3 Speed, furniture, bicycle,

MFG "Gypsy", Trailer and $40.00 French Provo CHEST, of recording. Small builtIn Bucket Seats, Rally Wheels, lamps, nick-nacks 7428 CentaurlRd.

Essentials. Work 772.3538 Home Drawers $30.00 388.3347TIIE amplifier with speaker out. Excellent Condition, $2500.00 772- off Ricker Rd. 2 Blks.- N. of

771-5614 puts. $175.00 ET1 Oldfleld, Ext. 0395 after 6PM 103rd St. 11.12 MAY
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OUTBOARD MOTOR, 35 HP

B Evinrude as Is $75.00 PH 387-0161


HONDAOF : Layton 13 foot CAMPER

iiowsaswiicoMio TRAILER, AC Self-contained

Nautical Accessories Gifts; JACKSONVILLE except shower. All extras go withIt.

1"'" SAI'FS.; SF RVlrE PARTS Asking .$950.00 Hm 264.5629 Wk
? S BOATS, MOTORS, CANOES 3915

... ) Trojan Slickcraft CT
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\tR J,. C. StarcraftGrummanlu 1974 DODGE ROYAL SportsmanVAN
\ Payoff Dick Remleres 3466or
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\ 264.0241
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.. tAf' 'l ROOSEVELT BLVD. ATORTEOA RIVER

> 3I7-4UV (Open Sundays) "
PHONE
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2 Franchised Marina
t Pier 66
OUTDOOR VT ANTENNA: VHF
/
Yacht Broker-Wet Storage-Marine Hoists-Hull Service :<..\' and UHF outdoor color AN-

.... ........w... Expert Engine. Servlce-Outboard.Stern Drlve.lnboard TENNA with 10 FT. Mast. $15.
642S''NORWOOD: 764.2419 -:1.CVVQKaurte !IX S06.S07, orI

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I Benefits & Bonuses



OHIO-Individuals must have SOUTH DAKOTA-Indivlduals ., ..,i
been a resident of Ohio prior to must have had service in Viet :
entry on active service and must nam between
July 1 1958
,
and
not be eligible for a bonus from August 4, 1964,or must have had :- -- : __
any other State. at least 90 days of active duty in
the Armed Forces after
will be at the August 5,
Payment rate of
1964, to April 1, 1973. Paymentwill
$20 per month for Vietnam Service be made
at the rate of$20
$15 per month for other month for actual per
foreign service, and $10 per Vietnam time spent in
and $10 per month for I _
month for domestic service,witha service elsewhere. Maximum _
maximum cash amount of payment is $360 for individualswith
$500, except that the amount of no service in Vietnam and _

compensation shall be $500 for $500 for those with service in +c # _

person medically' discharged or Vietnam and elsewhere. :. 9 ;1 __
retired due to combat-related Certain disabled Vietnam-era N \ M i1 hal

disabilities sustained in Viet- veterans may collect a maximum
nam service, and shall be $1,000 bonus, without regard to a time _

if granted to survivors of persons period, if these individuals were .:. S '
who died in Vietnam service, or 10 percent or more disabled on
to persons, and beneficiaries of July 1, 1972, or later, for Service- nA
persons who were missing in action incurred diability while on active
or held in enemy captivity, duty in the Vietnam area anytime
and any payment shall be doubled from June 1, 1958, to April 1, A.
if the bonus is taken as edu- 1973. Such individuals must
cational assistance by the veteran have received or been eligible to
The period of active duty receive the Vietnam Service
must have been between Feb Medal.

ruary 28,1961,and July 1,1973,
for Vietnam service, and August LISTINGS& SALE

5, 1964, and July 1, 1973, for Homes Former, Navy lots,wife acreage at your, service.Orange REGULAR VISITOR-This "squirrelly" NAS Jax occupant makes it a point to have his morning
other service. Park,3 base areas Nofary Public. chow with the people at Transportation. Rumor has it that discussions about life at a Naval Air
MARYLOUISESHANNON- : ,Auc Station have inspired him to switch from RS (Regular Squirrel) to FS (Flying Squirrel). Today a
Administering agency has not Frea H. Paulk, keaitori palm, tomorrow a flight deck. (Photo by PH2 Kirk Schnieder)
been established; address will be Res.264.4872 Office 387.1683
James A.Shannon
available ola March 15, 1974. Sales Mgr.U.S.N( Ret)


...rrrrrrearrs Let's Clean Up AmericaFor
PHONE 388.8535. YOUR MOBILE HOME
I WASHED & WAXED!
I ( \1 Iif Our 200th Birthday

I I
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s 1249.1251 King St. ONLY $
I Jacksonville,Florida 32204 I [AVERAGE HOUSE $351

WANTEDUSEDCAMERASAND I I MAKE YOUR HOME LOOK
BRANONEWAGAINIRemoves I
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dirt;mildew,pollution
EQUIPMENT. PAYI I POOR OL' ERV
TOP DOLLAR-388-8535
(USAF, Ret)
IBRJNG THIS AD WITH YOU/ I Call 772-9403 For Free Estimate
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I WPC's good news for 2-finger typists I I II IVie


,r" Jax Something new has been added to the modern Navy here at NAS Jax,
namely a Word Processing Center (WPC)). Simply stated, the Center is a cen-
5 tralized location where you can have official correspondence prepared in
minutes.
The main purpose of WPC is to provide major clerical support for all station
departments and special assistance.These services include typing, transcriptionand
w n r. proofreading.The .
focal point of the Word Processing Program is the WPCs into which all four
written communications will be directed from the two main sources of dic
tation. They are ((1)) the telephone and ((2)) cordless portable units.
The WPC will be handled by one supervisor and seven Correspondence
1 SecretarySpecialists.When .
the Center is completely operational, it will also have another con-
venience available. The new convenience will be a "Dial in-put" system, better
known as picking up your telephone and dictating what you want,and it will be
recorded,then transcribed and typed smooth by one of the Secretaries.So .
keep in mind that your clerical workload can be chopped in half by the
Word Processing Center.
The Center is located in Bldg. 1, Room 227, and can be reached by calling Ext.

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IT'S OFFICIAL-Dorothy Jones, Manager of the newly..opened NAS
Jax Word Processing Center, shares the ribbon-cutting honors with Mrr
I Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, as the Center officially
begins operation.



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For All Your Real Estate Needs,Call 'J secretaries,points out some of the Center's features to Capt. Sizemore (Center) Capt. DonaldJ. I
I Childers,NAS Jax XO,and other Navy leaders.
WAYNE SHRUM
An associate of Diesel TractorTrailerdriver

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home study followed by on the-
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JAX AIR NEWS-AlRwrnncD: o A,r,*rr

I VP-24 hosts VPI0.'R; ed Lancers" r" <; iy I IJax



-VP-24's "Batmen" hosted the "Red Lancers" Y
of xeeYria
VP-I0
last week for an Atlantic Fleet Readiness Exercise. I

Designated LANT REDEX 3-74, VP-1had an eight crew, six .. ...
aircraft detachment ;; ..
here. They also had a full maintenance .. 1.t '::';" '" ,. '-'
team for 24-hour
aircraft maintenance
and brief-debrief
teams.
Their total
complement onboard
was over 180 personnel.
The "Red Lancers" flew a total of 20 sorties and
over 200 ,
flight hours. 1 w,,
Although the tempo of r S\
S
operations was high, the"Batmen" '
challenged the "Red Lancers" to a Softball
game. Spirits
were '
high and refreshments were plentiful aS the"Batmen" downed S i
the "Lancers", 43. _S

VP-10 is homeported at NAS Brunswick, Me.


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ON THE SCENE-VP.10's first aircraft arrives at VP-24 as the"Batman"XO, Spartan Food Systems,Inc.
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stronghold in the Republic of Vietnam. His daring action allowed the seizure of the
.v fuelish.SILVER week, six years after the action, Alan was awarded the Silver Star. Presenting the
are LtCol. D.J. McCarthy (Right) and SgtMa|. Bill Huggins,both of the Jacksonville

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171' Super Beige Beetle'>(5-$1495 68 VW Green $,...$1095 fil 1 Swimming Restaurant Pool ISO,Beautiful Free Undercover Rooms with Parking.TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic.

' !f 70 VW Orange $l i5.$1295 68 VW Blue $12$1095 '
r ::, 68 VW Red $1$1150r} JACKSONVILLEMOTOR
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69 VW Blue $1)< ffP
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!111 69 VW Red $1, ..$1195 67 VW Blue ....$895 :}$s 91' 901 Main Street HOTEL Phone 355-3744

!1 68 VW White $#$$,..$1095 66 VW Green $ ....$850 # WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL POINTS OF INTEREST

1j11 68 VW Camper $25.$1995 66 Gold Sta.Wag. | ...$850 '

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12x60 $6750 SKYLINE, 12x64 $7200 WILLIAM Ltik n{ IN OR
2 BR, Forward living room 3 BR, Bath and a half PARKS JR. 1{ OUP

CONCORD, BROADMORE,12x64 REALTOR
3 BR, Bath ands7295 2 BR, Bar and stools $7095 ". ::8l.MI": .;1cnMim.& We specialize In the Orange
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New Homes Are Our Specialty Venetla area.nTh .
CONCORD, 12x65 BARRINGTON, 12x64
3 BR, Forward kitchen $7200 2 BR, Forward kitchen $7550
is Week's Spotlight -
BARRINGTON, 12x64 $8895 (Some have dish washers)
2 BR, Expando living room LOTS AVAILABLE. HOMES

BUY ONE THIS WEEK, AND RECEIVE Park, $25,500439,000

Two Months FREE Lot Rent! WILLIAM C.
PARKS
JR REALTOR

9359 103rd STREET (off '1-295 near Cecil Field) 771-0275 5703 Roosevelt Blvd. MLS 384.4324



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Intramural Sykes and Johnson roll 601s

I Bowling StandingsCONTINENTAL I

in intramural bowling leagues ,


LEAGUE W. L PACIFIC. LEAGUE Jax-The NAS Jax intramural The fifth and final match in the for the GEMS. George Everson

GAFFERS 36 20 CPOS 38 W L bowling leagues were the scene of league resulted in a sweep for the rolled a 214 in the GEMS only win
18 two 600 sets last week and both Red Barons when they rolled the against FICEUR.
THUNDERBOLTS 32 24 TRIPPERS 36
., PELICANS 16 were 601s. Robert Sykes of Mad Foxes No. 3 team. NATIONAL LEAGUE
HELP 31 2S 35
21 NarJax in the Atlantic League ATLANTIC LEAGUEThe Solex 5 was in a tie for secondas
31 2S ADCOPS
DOCS 34
18 rolled games of 202 and 200 in his Atlantic League's tight last week's National League
GEMS 36 22 ONES BUNCH
33 15 601 while Richard Johnson of the race remained tight last week as action got underway but when it
WRECKERS 28' 28 SPLITMAKERS
31 25 Thunderbolts in the Continental the all in first
only 3Mj games separated was over they were
28 28 HIGH LIFERS
FICEUR5 BUSCH 23 33 League rolled his 601 with a 205 second place team from the place by a half game when they
SCREWBALLS 23. 28 BUDS
21
31 and a 217 in it. seventh place team. took three from the Rebels.Their
23 29ROSE'S MAD FOXES
ZEROS No.2
19 37 Team results and other out- Sitting on top and watching all three wins, combined with the
RAIDERS 19 37WOMEN'S FASO
13 43 standing Individual efforts from the action below were the Con- fact that neither the Rotor Headsnor
LIB 18 34 HC-2 No.2
9 35 last week in the Intramural trollers as they took three from the Pin Busters bowled last

ATLANTIC LEAGUE leagues were as follows: the Mad Foxes No. 1 team and week,. put them in first.
AMERICAN LEAGUE W L AMERICAN LEAGUEThe remained firmly on top, five Ron Smith rolled a 221, Richard
W L CONTROLLERS 36 16 Late Chargers and the games ahead of the second place Moore a 206 and Benny Lynn a 208
LATE CHARGERS 39 17 DIRTBALLS 31 21 Texaco Stars both refused to give Dirt Balls. to pave the way to first for Solex
TEXACO STARS 3 18 NARJAX 30fe 17% ground to each other in the The Dirt Balls took three from 5. George Carper rolled a 223 for
BUNCH LEAGUERS 33 20 MAD FOXES No. 30 22 American League last week as the Sparks and NarJax stayed in the Rebels one win cause.
pSSSSST 321h 231h AFEES 29V4 22% the Chargers stayed in first by third by taking three from the Only two other matches took
HURRICANES 30 26 CPOS 28 24 one game when they took all four Sea Horses on the strength of place last week in the National
SEA KINGS 261h 291h SIX PACKS 27% 24% from the Hurricanes under the Sykes' 601.AFEES League as the Batmen No. 2 team
NFO 23 33 BALLERS 19 21 leadership of Ernest Clayton's moved from sixth to took all four from the
RED BARONS 22 34 BATMEN No. 1 18th 25% 223 game and 583 series. The fifth by taking three from the WallBangers and the Split- w
MARINE BKS No. 2 18 38 SEA HORSES 16 40 second place Texaco Stars, in the former fifth place. team, the makers followed suit by sweepingthe
MAD FOXES No.3 15 41 SPARKS 13 43 meantime, used Rick Gibney's CPOs. Gutter Rats even though the
212 game on the way to four wins George Humbert rolled a 203 to losers got a 209 from Lyle
NATIONAL. LEAGUE over the Sea Kings. help keep Six Pack In the thick of
W L I INDOOR POOL AND WEIGHT The third place Busch it when his team won three from Cambre.PACIFIC LEAGUE ,

SOLEXS- 3S 17 ROOM SCIIEDULES SET Leaguers lost a little ground on the Batmen No. 1 team.CONTINENTAL The Pelicans were perched on
PIN BUSTERS 341h '211h Jax-The indoor pool is closed the top two when they lost one to LEAGUEDon the first place Pacific League
ROTOR HEADS 32 16 for the summer for recreational the Marine Barracks. Richard Hannem rolled a 210 and limb with a one game lead over
LlONHEARTS 31 9 swimming except during the O'Neill rolled a 203 to help his Ted Lundsford a 201 to keep the the CPOs going into last weeks
REBELS 301h 251h noon period for military only team on their way to the three Gaffers on top of the Continental action but it was the CPOs turn to
MARINE BKS 28 23. which lasts from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. games they did win. League standings by winning take a crack at the Pelicans and

HC-2 No.1 23 30 on Monday, Tuesday, Thursdayand The fourth place PSSSSST three from Help. Help's one win as a result the CPOs took over
GUTTER RATS 18 30 Friday. The weight room team stayed a half game behind came with the aid of a 211 from first. They did so by sweeping all
SPLITMAKERS No.2 18 30 hours will be 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the Busch Leaguers by taking Carlos Swain.As four games. Each team receiveda
WALLBANGERS 10 42 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays and 12 three from NFO. NFO was aidedin a result of the Gaffers three 200 game when John Jackson
BATMEN No.2 9 27 noon to 8 p.m. weekends.Intramural their one win by Jimmie wins Help not only lost a chanceat rolled a 207 for the CPOs and

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came about when the Wreckers second. This matchup also
skunked Rose's Raiders and resulted in two 200 games as

LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE moved their record up to an even William Greiger had a 215 total
W L 28 wins and 28 losses. Dameron for the Trippers and Kendall
PELICANS No.1 7 1 .'W L W L McCullough moved his averageup Ickes hit for a 202 for FASO.
NARJAX No. 7% Ilk NDRC 71k Ilk ADMINISTRATION 6 0 too when he rolled a 200 for the Arthur Barbera had two 200
VP-45N0.1 5 2 MARTD No.2 7 3 HOSPITAL 6 0 Wreckers. games himself for the Ones

AIR OPS 5% 2% FASO 5 4 IIC-2 2 0 Other matches in the league Bunch team as his 206 and 211 put
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VS-32 6-4 into flights and played in four-
VS-22 5-6 somes. Cost of the two day event
FAST PITCH VA-105 4-3 will be $20.00 per entry. Starting
\IMD 9-0 VA-12 4-3 times will be announced prior to
/A-45 8-1 Medical 4-6 the tourney. i
vA-174 7-3 FASO "A" 3-8 f.
GOLF STANDINGS
VA-12 .. 6-2 VA-37 1-9
vs-so ,. 5-5 Apple carts have a way of being VA-45 6 i
VS-32 4-5 upset, as the Marine Barrackscan VA-15 4
Supply 4-6 testify. The VS-30 squad VA-87 4 3.f
Ops 3-8 sprayed Yellowater field with VA-72 4

VA-72 0-9 rosey red apples Monday nightor Ops ," 3 i
Jim Brown of the AMD team ( white softballs), out VS-30 No.1. 2 ; !
continues to hum the ball across manuvering and out hitting the VS-32 2
_
the plate while his teammates put strong Marine team to emerge VS-28 1 iJ T i 1.......
the runs on the boards. AMD has with a 6-2 victory. This was the VS-22 0 CEREMONIAL PRESENTATION-LCDR, R.V. SALLADA (right),
had'a few squeakers but always first defeat of the season for the VS-30 No.2 '. 0 who recently reported aboard as Executive" Officer of Attack
managed to pull them out. big bats of the Marines. Squadron EIGHTY-ONE, received his "Sheriff's Badge" at squadron
transferredfrom that the Marine team has TENNIS
Brown, who recently Now quarters from CDR R.E. WHITBY, CO of the Sunliners. The
Albany is a sure bet to been defeated this leaves only Tryouts for the Ladies "C" presentation is traditionally made to a reporting executive officer as
represent Cecil Field in the forth- one undefeated team in the Slow League Doubles Tennis team is he assumes the duty of"Law Enforcement Officer". LCDR SALLADAwill
coming 6ND tournament. Pitch League. The Hellrazors of scheduled to commence very maintain the honor and uphold the traditions of the badge until he
SLOW PITCHAMERICAN the American League' are shortly. For further information assumes command of the squadron and has the pleasure of presentingit
.2 LEAGUE currently 100.GOLF please call 264-0771 or 264-5600. to his Executive Officer.
VA-174 10-0 .
7-1 NAS Cecil Field will host its
NAMTD VA-45 6-3 22nd Annual Golf Tournament on I VA-174 boosts Cecil Field Scouting Program I I

VA-15 4-5 25 & 26 May. This tournament is .
Weapons 4-6 open to both military andcivilian Cecil Field's Boy Scout Troop management as a source of cans, course while an instructor pilot
FASO"B" 3-5 personnel with certified han- 365 has gotten a new scout master: and Public Works at Cecil has and former eagle scout with the
VS-28 2-6 dicaps. in the person of Airman James given them a big assist with squadron will discuss the benefitsof
VA-46 1-7 Bleke of VA-174's airframe shop.. transportation needs. This the over-all scouting program
NATIONAL LEAGUE' Bill Stott, Cecil Field Golf Pro, Bleke is presently sharing the, project emphasizes the need for with the troop,
Marines 9-1 has limited the number of entriesto troop's leadership responsibilitieswith recycling to the scouts and allows One-Seventy-Four, commandedby
VS-30 6-2 120. Entrants will be divided Marine Recruiter Sgt\ Ron them to work toward an en- M.G. Basford, has a keen '.
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TOURNEY STARTS MONDAY BRYAN HURLS NO-HITTER Jax-A couple of Saturdaysback Finally the afternoon brought a fielded and the starting line was

Jax-The CINCLANTFLT Jax-Rester Bryan had his best members of the Navy fresh sea breeze and three fine manned by one frantic observer.The .

Bowling Tourney will be held at outing of the season for Hospital Jacksonville Yacht Club (NJYC) short races were held. first three to finish were, in

the NAS Jax Bowling Center the last week when he threw a no- gathered for a day of members- The first race was a male- order: Glenn Maxwell, Jim Ray

week of May 13th. Teams will be hitter against AIMD. Enroute to only racing in the 'O'day female crew event with a first and Frank Schum. The third race

from New London his no-hitter he struck our 17 sailboats at the NAS Jax Marina by Noel Hyde and Donna Ray, was quite quick as the wind was
coming their second Marshall and to stiffen and the first
Charleston Roosevelt batters for a strike out average of Everyone brought own by Dennis. beginning
Norfolk ,
2.43 batters chow and the suds were suppliedby Michelle Ray and a third by John three crews were Jim and Donna
West and per inning. Bryan'sperformance
Roads, Key Mayport. moved the Club. The midday winds Landry and Barbara Peter. The Ray, Frank Schum and Ken
Hospital'srecord
teams and the local
These team that wins to 7-0 and later in the week were light and variable and there second race was a singlehandedrace Hespe, followed by Dennis
Jacksonville the
they moved it to 8-0 with a 5-1 win were doubts as to whether we which proved to be the most Marshall and Steve Sell.
COMTACAIRLANT Tourney against HS-1. would manage a race or two. exciting. There were five O'days The racing over, the crew and
being held this week at the Jax fellow members retired to the

Bowling Center should provide LADIES INTEREST SOFTBALL ............................-.......=-...==-.=..-..-.......-.-. .. ..............................................<.;.?..;........-...-...-...-....-..-...-....-..-........-...-...-...-...-...-...-...-...-...-...-...-...-...-.......---. .-..-.................................. beach to talk over the events witha
anyone interested in watching GROWS cold brew. The NJYC hopes for
quite a spectacular display of Jax-The interest in the NAS more such events with increased
Jax Ladies Softball team has tiii TEE TALK )
skills.
bowling /i j participation in the near future.As .
so that
TRACK AND FIELD grown rapidly the team r anticipated, at the last
MEETING NEXT WEEK has had to split into two teams. meeting a film on bare boat
Last Sunday was the first time
Jax--An OrganizationalMeeting they two and An Ace was recently made on the NAS Jax Golf Course when George chartering was shown at the
competed as both
for the upcoming NAS teams into little Mullins of Special Services made a hole-in-one on the seventh hole clubhouse..a real fine film and
Jax Track and Field Meet will be ran a trouble as using a five iron. beautifully done in gorgeous
team No. lost
1 11-5 and team No. ...
held at 9:30 a.m. next Wednesday 2 lost 52. Tuesday, April 30, was Silver Cup Day for the ladies. Low Net color in the Bahama Islands. If

May 15, in the NAS If can't make it out to winners were: First Flight-Ruth Meaders (1st), Betty Heyer (runner- you had ever had any thoughts
Athletic Office (Bldg. 563)), If watch you the ladies play up), Lois Holt and Claire Grosskopf (fewest putts); Second Flight bong\! these lines,you would have
on Sundaysin
your unit or command plans on Orange Park then should Cookie Kennedy ((1st), Polly Tieslau (runner-up), Gay Cotton (fewest been sold by that film. The en-

participating in the June meet, plan on being at NAS you Jax's Enterprise putts); Third Flight Ava Dirsa (1st), Dot White (runner-up), Arlene tertainment people assure. us o'
it is requested that your have a Howell (fewest putts); and in the Nine-hole group Joe Hogrefe was the more goodies in t> c ing
Field at 7
representative at the meeting. p.m. on May winner with fewest putts going to Grace Carrier. months, so support your club,
17th. They will be playing an all-
NICHOLSON WINS AGAIN! The month of May will be a busy one for the Ladies Association. On members.Of .
female team from
on
Mayport
Jax-The South Atlantic that the 6th, 7th and 8th the Championship Tournament will be played. course, anyone interested in
night.SPECIAL
Regional Bowling Tournament Election of officers for the next season will be held on the 7th. joining the Yacht Club, come see
SERVICES HOLDING
all-events division was won by REGISTRATION FOR A Mixed Event is scheduled for Sunday, the 19th.Make plans to sign us. In the meantime..see ya on

the same man who won the 6th SUMMER ACTIVITIES up no later than the 16th in order to participate in this event. the river!

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SOF-BA ROUNDUP Suns hosting Armed Forces Night

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Jax Final arrangements for the Armed Forces Night at the Ballgame on

SLOW-PITCH STANDINGS Thursday, May 16, are now completed and are as follows: I
All active duty military, retired military, civilian employees of the armed I
NATIONAL LEAGUEW AMERICAN LEAGUE forces and dependents of the above groups are invited to 'attend. All general
L W L admission seats will be free for the above groups and their families upon
DENTAL .. 6 1 VP-24 No.1 6 1 presentation of appropriate identification cards.

COMMUN 5 2 FALCONS 6 1 Highlights of the night will include introduction of the Little League coaches
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AIMD .. ,4 3 679th 4 2 and teams playing at the local bases or sponsored by military groups and
VW-4 4 3 ATC 3 3 recognition of the Sailor of the Year from the three bases, local air wings and
HC-2 2 2 SUPPLY 3 4 ship groups.
CPW-11 2 4 VP-5 2 4 Gates will-open at 6:15: p.m. Pre-game ceremonies commence at 7 p.m. when
MARTD '2 6 NDRC 2 5 all Little League teams should be assembled on the field. An official welcome to
VP-24 No.2 WEAPONS 1 6
1 6 Military Night will be made at 7:10: p.m., followed by the introduction of all
SLOW-PITCH SOFTBALL RESULTSFor FAST PITCII STANDINGS coaches and their teams.At .

VP.2 No.1 the 6 week of NDRC April? 1 HOSPITAL W L 7:20: p.m. theSailorof the Year will be recognized,.followed by the throwingout

AIMD 20 VP.2 No. 2 8 NARJAX 8 6 0 1 of the first ball, the invocation and the presentation of colors. Game time is
VP 45 16 WEAPONS 4
FALCONS 8 ATC 7 FICEUR 4 2 7:45: p.m. '
DENTAL 5 FICEUR 4 PELICANS 4 3 Last year's league leading Jacksonville Suns will be playing the runner-ups
HC.2 18 1 14 MARTD COMM 12 1VW4 lIS-U 4 4 from last year the Columbus Astros. This will be the first meeting of the season
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DENTAL 12 HC.2 2 lIS-I 3th 4th for these teams.

4. AIMD FICEUR 10 15 VP.2 CPW.11 No: 2 14 0 MAD HUNTERS FOXES 2th 1 5th 3 Overall military coordinator for this Military Night at the Ballgame will be

WEAPONS 10 FALCONS 9 AIMDNo.l 0 4 LCdr. Harold S. Torrance, NAS Jax Public Affairs Officer. For more in-
VP VP.24No.1 45 11 12 SUPPLY NDRC 6 1 MARINE BKS 0 6 formation contact LCdr. Torrance at 772-2591 '


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the week of April 29
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FICEUR 9 HS.11 7

NARJAX PELICANS 9 8 11 MARINE HUNTERS HUNTERS BKS 7HS.11 2 1 a.

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LEAGUEW L 10 of the most useful bank services for'only $2 a month. '.

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HS-1 9 5 For less than most banks charge for checking 10. Unlimited notary public service. Have as
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CPW-11 3 10 only unlimited checking, but save you consideras you like, with no service charge. : .
AIMD 3 10 able time, trouble, extra trips and money with Mail the coupon and let us send you a t
VP-24 0 13 nine other useful banking services. President's Account application. When you 'I '

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WEAPONS 13 0 1. Your Presidents Account Card. This entitles .. '1>"" "-"

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