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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1974
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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JUNE 6,
NEWS-AIRWINGER 1974
2 JAX AIR .


Doctor shortage citedNRMC



I to cut back medical servicesBy I


(Naval Hospital). except nor on weekends except for active -
careful proper
) Knee operational units and overseas after extensive and duty military personnel.

NRltCPAOJaxDurlng facilities, the major impact will consideration, that the above as follows Those: who are currently 4. Corpsmen will be on duty
be felt in the and action must be taken.It 1.
the past year, the dispensaries actively treated in a twenty-four hours daily. After 4
Jacksonville Naval Regional other outpatient areas. is anticipated that the abilityto being clinic; i.e., those in- p.m. medical officers will be on

Medical Center (NRMC ) beganto The loss of general medical provide minor medical services specialty dividuals with specified appointments call, If needed, for active duty
experience the anticipated officers assigned to medical will be maintained by the will not be cancelled. members..

shortage of general medical centers and hospitals will be use of para-medical personnel Patients who have been 5. On Saturdays, Sundays and

officers which, for the most part, drastic, but the reduction in the (physicians assistants, nurse scheduled 2. for surgery will not be holidays there will be a Walk-In
only resulted in longer waiting number of specialists will be practitioners and locally trained cancelled. Clinic for acutely ill active duty

lines for "every day" type illnessas much less. corpsmen). Those who are enrolled in the personnel and their dependents
The will be Some of these personnel are 3.
are usually seen in the General impact so Practice Program will between 9:30: a.m. and noon.
available and have been used Family
that for
Practice Walk-In Clinic. significant priorities
continued to receive care in that 6. There will be no routine
The shortage of general medical care must be establishedand successfully in the Medical physical examinations
enforced. Center during this past As program. except
medical officers available for the year.
time those for
required active
military services has been Medical care must be and will the summer months progress, 4. For the present duty
at the Medical military personnel.
generated primarily by termination be provided for active duty these para-medical personneland pediatric will care continue to be 7. Off-base ambulance service
of the physician draft members without reduction in a few more physicians will Center
and changing patterns of medical quantity and quality. Every become available. It is hoped that provided. will be provided. only to active
will continue to duty military
personnel.
education. effort will be made to providecare some of the reductions and 5. Pharmacies
Unfortunately, a much greater to dependents of active duty dislocations of medical care may honor civilian prescriptions, 8. Routine immunizations will
impact will be felt throughout all personnel and dependents of be corrected at that time. within available resources. continue according to the present

the military medical depart- members who died serving on The following is a summary of 6. Emergency Room care will schedule.

ments as well as the NRMC here active duty.Regrettably. actions which must be taken: be restricted to genuine life- 9. Specialty clinics will con-

beginning next month.In it will be Retirees and Their Dependents threatening situations. tinue to be provided with appointments -

Fiscal Year 1973, the necessary to curtail significantly, (effective June 22,1974)It ) Emergency Room personnel will for Orthopedics, GYN
combined strength of Navy at this time, medical care for is regretted that we will be be the final authority for and Surgery.

general medical officers and retirees'and their dependents.It unable to provide medical care determining prioritiesNAS 10. Appropriately written

flight surgeons was over 1,800. As is essential that there will be for retirees and their dependentsat Jax Dispensary civilian prescriptions will con-
we enter Fiscal Year 1975, the no dimunition of the quality of any of the dispensaries (NAS (effective July 1,1974)) tinue to be honored within

number Is less than 800. medical care provided for Jax, NS Mayport and NAS Cecil 1. Care for active duty military available resources.

Due to the necessity of anyone. In order to achieve this Field). Neither will care be personnel will continue as at

providing ample staffing for the objective, it has been concluded, provided at the Medical Center present. Medical Center
2. No further routine physical (effective June 22, 1974))

examinations such as for sum- 1. There will be no after-hours

mer camps, drivers education, adult General Practice Walk-In;
etc. will be performed. Clinic. Clinic hours will be

3. Appropriately written limited from 8:30: a.m. to 4 p.m.

.. civilian prescriptions will con- for dependents of active duty
tinue to be honored. military personnel only.
xx
Cecil Field Dispensary
4 2. The Pediatric acute care
(effective July 1, 1974))
after-hours clinic will continue on
1.The facilities will
Dispensary
IWa weekdays and will be extended to
"4+ i be limited to active duty military
weekends and holidays from 10
personnel only.
a.m. to 8 by appointmentonly.
will be p.m.
2. Corpsmen on duty
f4 } It must be emphasized that
F
n hours
twenty-four a day.
this should not be considered a
u up 3. Medical officers will be on convenience clinic.
duty on weekdays from 7:30: a.m.

to 4:30: p.m. and on weekends and
3. No further routine physicalssuch
holidays from 8-10 a.m.
as for summer camps anddriver's
4. Routine immunizations will
education will be
per-
continue to be provided according -
formed. 4. School physicals will
to the schedule.
Ass.iulntaJI. present
be performed in the Pediatric
w 4 w :his service includes dependents
Clinic by appointment on Wed.
,f active duty personnel.
nesday and Friday afternoon
5. Appropriately written from June through August.These
civilian prescriptions will con- should be made
appointments as
HAPPY ANIVERSARY-Jacksonville Mayor Hans G. Tanzler, Jr. signs a i ruii.iu 19th anniversary of B Company, 4th Amphibian Tractor Battalion. Looking on (L-R) are: GySgt. Mayport Dispensary early in the summer as possible.

M.A. Powers and 1st Sgt. D. Adelman on the Inspector-Instructor Staff Mr. Harry Shorstein, (effective June 24,1974)) 4. School physicals will be

General Counsel and former Company skipper; Mal.| J.H. Alexander, Inspector-lnstructor Ma|. 1. Pediatric care for active performed in the Pediatric Clinic
Quentin Till, present CO;and Mr. John F. Lanahan, City Councilman and former CO. See pages 10-11 duty dependents only will be by appointment on Wednesdayand
to learn what else they did this week.
provided on a day-to-day appointment Friday afternoon from June

basis. through August. These ap
2. A limited number of acutely pointments should be made as
I FRONT PAGE PHOTO BY MIKE ROSE I ill adult dependents of active early in the summer as possible.

personnel will be taken care of on

a day-t
.---- 3. There will be no Emergency the use of the Medical Center

1 Room service after 4 p.m. daily Emergency Room be restrictedto
rl. 7N6M 7Tok >+>.fIJffBJliZflJ1fUl l:HA/F .O W+.a genuine emergencies; that is,

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JAX. AIR. NEWS ACTION LINEAction determinations. Individuals will

illnesses and conditions judged to

1 Line Call No. 1110: be less serious will be redirectedto

11'I The JAX AIR I NEWS ,is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributedeach i We've called so many times about getting the air civilian other facilities (military or
) appropriate.
Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, conditioning put on in the 6 and? series barracks. as
by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm. All Copy submitted
for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Last night I was in the new barracks and the air Information concerning
Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Mondaybefore conditioning is fine there. It's utilization of CIIAMPUS benefits
;. publication. News items are welcomed from all sources. working beautiful, as it is be obtained by contactingthe
: Telephone 772-3118 or 3119. in most other buildings on base except for 6 and 7 series may
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made BEQ barracks.I'd following:
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, NRMC: Mrs. Glover, 772-3057
creed,color, national'origin or sex of the purchaser,user, or patron.A like something to be done about it. Mayport: HMC Eckhard, 246-
confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal op. We've called
portunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print advertising enough names; we've gotten nothing, 5569NAS 772-
:c: from that source." absolutely nothing, out of it. We've talked to the Master- Jax: HM2 Johnson,
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries con at-Arms 3505
cerning such should be directed to: everything, just nothing. Cecil Field IIMC Utley, 771-
:
pllce'at' it should be turned on; it's hell 'to sleep in this 3211 Ext. 407.

:_Ya THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY night time. hank you. The Navy Regional MedicalCenter

4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210A".U' Unidentified l\lale will do everything

y' Telephone 387.3566 \Ve've heard of eg.ng.oul, of their possible to expand its
way'to solve
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M.MI. resources
'. problem, but the solution to this one has to as soon as more
rank
near the
I VOL. 32 NO. 12 JUNE 6, 1974 I top.A become Information available. regarding

.: repair man was called here from Caracas availability will be updated

.. ,: -," : Venezuela to perform the required maintenance under a, through Jax Air News articles

company warranty. and NRMC Health Care

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6 1974
JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER PAGE 3


I I NARF using neutroi 'detect corrosion I ILAB m





Jax-A neutron radiograph Is in landing gear, eliminating the primarily on the landing gear
use at NARF with detection disassembly process to confirmthe part, it is anticipated that other
capabilities greater than those of presence and extent of such corrosion-prone aircraft parts
t 'i : :i X-ray and gamma ray equip corrosion.Use will eventually be exposed to the
ment. of the supersensitiveequipment neutron device to speed up
ell ,ry Described as a sensitive will save the Navy production on the aircraft
camera device by Fred Thomasof man man-hours, Thomas said, assembly line.
the Materials Engineering and thus become a substantialcost
Lab, the machine emits neutrons reduction item in the
iii- which can detect hidden production process. Retireesto

QF : I corrosion in part of the A-7 nose Although it is now used.

meetJaxThe
"FLYING PHANTOMS

REUNION" Retired Enlisted
Organization and Ladies
JUNE 22 at 7 PM. Auxiliary will meet June 12 at
7:30: p.m. in Bldg. 593.
5391 COLLINS ROAD A speaker from the Naval
Regional Medical Center will be "
For more info... Call 771-1892 or 264-3692 present to discuss curtailed
medical privileges for retirees.

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JUNE 6, 1974
PAGE 4 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER
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Flight pay bill signed

'Jax-President Nixon has signed into law a Bill which gives pilots
and flight officers a raise in flight pay during their most active years

r of flying.
The Bill is expected to encourage experienced young aviators to
remain in the service. i
In the past,aviation pay started at $100 a month for student aviators
and rose in steps to$245 a month after 18 years. The new plan makes
aviators eligible for the $245 after the sixth year of aviation service.
Pay scales for the first six years of service are basically the same as

the old rates
The Bill also sets certain requirements pilots and flight officers
must meet to receive continuous aviation pay. '
At the end of 12 years of aviation service, they must have had at
least six years of operational flying (including flight training) to
qualify for Aviation Career Incentive Pay (ACIP) for six more years,
i.II # regardless of assignment.At .
the end of 18 years of aviation service, nine years of operational
flying will be required for ACIP through the 22nd year.Eleven years of
flying at the end of 18 years will qualify an individual to
TOP FOUR-Cdr. Allen L. Kruger, HS-5 skipper, presents plaques to the squadron's Sailors of the operational continuous ACIP for 25 years.
I Month for the first four months of this year. Shown (L-R) are: ADJ2 Chet Rinaldi (January), AW2 receive Failure to meet operational flying requirements at the 12 or 18 year
James Lidderdale (February), Cdr. Kruger, ADJ2' Ron Webb (March) and AE2 Bill Haberern points will place an aviator in a status where he will receive aviationpay
( .
April)
only when he is performing operational or proficiency flying

NEX check cashing policy outlinedJax duties.A Save. Pay provision will allow all aviation personnel to receive

three years of aviation pay at the new rates, regardless of their
amount of past operational flying or current assignment. This includes -
-In keeping with the spirit and intent of the Navy Exchange's policy of providing service to those personnel with over 25 years of service.
Navy personnel and their dependents, check cashing facilities are,operated, whenever possible, The new aviation pay schedule began June 1.4H .
solely for the convenience of authorized patrons.

Hours of operation are consistent with the determined needs and manpower of the Exchange. projects underwayJax
Personal checks drawn by or in favor of authorized patrons may be cashed up to $50 per person per
day.These checks must contain pre-printed bank routing numbers. -The following is a schedule of the 4-H project clubs which have.
Universal-type checks on which the bank and address are hand written in blank spaces, "scratch" begun as part of the NAS Jax 4-H Club.If .
(altered)checks,and counter-type checks(frequently placed on bank counters for emergency use of you're interested in joining one or more of the clubs, come on out
the bank's account holders) cannot be accepted.As and join in the fun.
a patron convenience,no service charges are imposed for cashing checks. However, the serviceis Horse Club: Every Monday at 4:30: p.m.at NAS Stables4H
based on the availability of sufficient funds to sustain the store's daily operation.For Ceramics Club: 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m.
this reason, checks presented for cash only may, from time to time, be regretfully refused in Bldg. 523
because of insufficient cash on hand. 4-H Sewing and Needlecraft: 1st and 3rd Monday at 7 p.m.. in Bldg.

Hours of operation for the Main Retail Store's Check Cashing Facility are: ,:" .
Monday through Wednesday: 9:30: a.m. to 5:15: p.m. : .'. 5234H Pet Care Club:2nd and 4th Monday at 7:30: p.m.in Bldg.523
Thursday: 9:30: a.m. to 7:45 p.m. 4-H Gardening:2nd and 4th Monday at 7 p.m.in Bldg.523.
Friday and Saturday: 9:30: to 5:15: p.m. For more information on the clubs,call the 4-H Office at 633-2074 or
the NAS Dependent Recreation Center at 772-3127.
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Jax Although there are a Jacksonville Merit Promotion Specialist (Typing), GS-7 Closing
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number of ways by which Program since our last issue: Date: June 17 Sixth ND Navy & .. V v' e
position vacancies may be filled, No. 102-74: Sheet Metal Marine Corps a fp MVt
more positions are filled by Mechanic (AC) Foreman, WS-10 No.111-74: Toolmaker, WG-11
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promotion than any other way. Open Continuously: 1st cut June Open Continuously: 1st Cut June ? .
Therefore, from time to time 10, Local MP area 13 Local MP area
employees are reminded that No. 103-74: Computer No. 112.74: Traffic Manager,
many Merit Promotion Announcements Programmer, GS-334-5-7 Closing GS-2130-9 Closing Date: June 17
have been issued on Date: June 13, Sixth ND All Local MP area Y zaL
an "open continuously" basis. Federal AgenciesNo. No. 113-74: Sewage Disposal &
Some of these announcements' 104-74: Computer Water Treatment Plant, General
have been open for more than a Programmer,GS-334-9-11 Closing Foreman, WS-10 Closing Date:
year. Date: June 24, Nationwide All June 17 Local MP area 1L'i1LL
New employees may not have Federal Agencies No. 114-74: Library Technician :
seen the original issuances of No. 105-74: Computer (Typing), GS-1411-4 Closing IL Lt
these announcements and are Specialist, GS-334-12 Closing Date: June 17 Local MP area w U
encouraged to contact the Rating Date: June 24, Nationwide AU No. 115.74: Electronics ::
Branch, Civilian Personnel Federal Agencies Mechanic, General Foreman WS-
Department, Ext. 2320, to inquire No. 106-74: Air Conditioning 16 Open Continuously: 1st Cut
about positions in which they are Equipment Mechanic Leader, June 18 Local MP area SeaboardNo.
interested.At WL-10 Open Continuously: 1st 116-74: Computer
the present time, the Cut June 6, Local MP area Specialist, GS-334-11 Closing
registers of eligibles establishedas No. 107-74: Supervisory,Driver Date: July 3 NationwideNo. & ;:
a result of the open con- Testing Examiner, GS-6 and 117-74: Shipment Clerk,GS-
tinuously Merit Promotion Announcement Driver Testing Examiner, GS-5 2134-6 Closing Date: June 18
No. 90-72 for Quality Closing Date: June 10 Local MP Local MP area.
Assurance Specialist, GS-5 and area No. 118.74: Supervisory
Announcement No. 91.72 for No. 108-74: Electrician Computer Aid, GS-335-5 Closing
Quality Assurance Specialist, GS7 Foreman, WS-10 Open Con Date: June 26 Eastern Seabord
are inadequate to meet the tinuously: 1st Cut June 10 Local and M. ..
needs of anticipated vacancies in MP area No. 119-74: Industrial --- --
these positions. Interested employees No. 109-74: Aircraft Propeller Engineering Technician, GS-895- PERFECT RECORD-The NAS Jax ATC Division took off on the
are encouraged to review Mechanic, WG-10 Open Con- 11 Closing Date: June 18 Local February rating exams like a |let in afterburner, batting an even .1000
copies of these announcementsand tinuously: 1st Cut June 10 Local MP.area for advancement to AC3 and 2. AII13 people eligible for the exam were
file their applications as soon MP area No. 120-74: Supervisory Quality passed and rated. Shown (Hands on Rail) are: Cdr. E.C. Garrett, Air
as possible.The No. 110-74: Public Information Assurance Specialist, GS-1910-11 Ops Officer LCdr. A.J Schloesser, ATC Division Officer; AC3
following positions have Specialist (Press) Typing,. GS-9 Closing Date: June 20 Local MP Rhodes, AC3 Barringer, AC3 Fabian, AC2 Bosch, AC2 Boles, AC3
been advertised under the and Public Information area Yarbrough. Back Row: AC2 Mckee, AC3 Watson, AC2 Sheridan and
No. 121-74: Staffing Clerk AC1 Jeklns. Missing are: AC3 Simpson, AC2 Noble, AC2 Hart and AC2
(Typing), GS-203-4 Closing Date: M Klnzle.
Narjax cited by CNOJax June 19 Local MP area
No. 122-74: Training New LooksNew! Sounds! New Girls!

Technician, GS-1702-5 Closing WHAT'S NEW? EVERYTHING'S NEW!!
-The NARJAX Seapower Presentation Team recently receivedthe Date: July 8 All Federal Agen- THE FAR OUT li.wiu1s
Chief of Naval Operations Silver Centurian Award. cies NationwideNo.
Presenting the award on behalf of the CNO was RAdm. Robert H. 123-74: AdministrativeOfficer
Spiro, who is also president of Jacksonville University. RAdm. Spiro GS-341.11 Closing Date:
made the presentation to Capt. C.D. Gilpin, NARJAX CO, and Capt. July 8 Eastern Seaboard N & M
MA.DeCarlo,who organized the team and serves as its leader. No. 124.74: Facilities Inventory
WE HAVE s !
Composed on Naval Reservists, the NARJAX team has given 500 Clerk, GS-301-4 Closing Date: 1
presentations to civic, business, governmental, youth and educational June 18 Local MP area PUSSYCAT ESCORTS (Dancing Partners)
organizations on the role and importance of sea power. Copies of these are available at Door Admission HALF-PRICE!
Presentations include a variety of subjects such as the Navy's efforts the Rating Branch, Civilian Continuous Mon thru Thurs, 6 to 11 pm
to combat pollution,an examination of Soviet sea power and the Personnel Department, Bldg. toplesi Gb6diuWEsr ttH$T mimsT EXIT PHjjwif; *
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Phone 781-B111, Nights& Weekends 387-2180
72 Nova

IS THI TIM* TO EARN ATPSACR&HV-8


rA 1:7TIMUQUANA $2095 72 Sabre

v Mobile Home12x60

2BDRMl'/2 Bath AC
ANNUAu INTEREST
TERRACE 71 Dodge
RECORDED FRt! $5195

Apartments MbTGA0ES ON RIAt ESTATE Charger

pool Patios Balconies PSPBATAC R&H, .
-Drapes j $ YEARS MAtyRiTY
WTW Carpet
Central Heat&Air MINIMUM jjsi VESTMENT QOOPjUORlbA 72 Paramount
Modern Kitchen Appliances $1795
Laundry Room RESIDE NtS ON t* Mobile Home
FURNISHED
1 BR
Send Coupon for Information 2 BR, unfurnished
$120 up EVERS & ASSOCIATES 73 DusterR&H Includes Set Up and delivery

2 BR FURNISHED 1929 PARK AVE, BOX 757 ORANGE PARK, FLA.32073 AT, 6cyl. 50 mile radius

$170 up TELEPHONE 264-4400

jv miles from NAS Jax
10 miles from NAS Cecil NAME $2695 $4895

S)41 SEABOARD AVE. ADDRESS __ -
(Just off Timuquana) -
PHONE 772-7304 CITY _

ZIP TELEPHONE I PHONE 384-1391..DICK WALLACE I IJUNE



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an automatic WINNER-YN3 Sharon L.Jeffers of the Com r Fit Air aPICK Det Staff

I picks the first street name for the new NAS Housing project out of a I
hat held by Capt.Donald J.Childers,NAS Jax XO.Waiting to see what
the winner will be is Mrs.Barbara Davidson, Housing Manager.



secondincome t TRAFFIC VIOLATIONSJax I



-The following is a reportof Going through Stop Sign 3
Motor vehicle accidents and DWI 1
? traffic violations for month to Other Violations 156
date: Twenty-two drivers appeared
.. NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS, before their Commanding Of.
This month 59 ficers. Disposition of the cases
This month year ago 44 includes the following:'
Total accidents this year 249 Two lost driving and parking
See us or yourdisbursing G Total accidents year ago 498 privileges aboard station for var.
$ $ $ Number of injuries this month 6 time. None assigned to complete
Number of injuries this month Motorcycle Defensive Driving
officer q
year ago 5 Course, Sixteen Admin. Action.
NUMBER OF MOVING
One dismissed. None Article 15 -
for details VIOLATIONSThis UCMJ. Five fined-US.
month 198 Magistrate. One warning given.
Speeding 15 Five were military. Two Dept.
Reckless Driving 2 Head Counsel.UUICKfandiCOHVEHIEIITiSERViCE.
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SWEDISH TANNING $ '
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to be sP SECRET 4 ot size 1 0
Also famous REG. JUS
in the HAWIIAN TROPIC now In stock. Now only


CPirst ALL Your Favorite Health POST OFFICE
,. and BEAUTY AIDS ARE HERE! FAST FREE DELIVERY

CPamilY' I 11 VENETIA DRUGS

"your Neighborhood Pharmacist"

PIRSTPEDEIAL L 5501 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD PHONE 384-4452



Savings and loan association

QUESTIONS 1 I II

of
Jacksonville'W.a,.
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Savings Insured up to$20,000 by F.S.L.I.C. J.I"W I
12 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU ..,".


Adams DOWNTOWN and Julia SOUTHSIDE 1326 Prudential BRANCH Dr. REGENCY 101 Monument SQUARE Road BRANCH (Ma I names, Ba( sales ;pif chesJ;

PH.354.8443 PH.3987088DURKEEVILLE PH.725.1270SOUTHWEST
Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing
BRANCH BRANCH UNIVERSITY BLVD.BRANCH your mand-about payments rates anything. For quick,
Cedar Hills Shopping Center 1815 N.Myrtle Ave. 5631 University Blvd.W or courteous talk answers call us today. We won't ask your name
PH.771.0422 PH.356.4175 PH.731.0833NORTHSIDE shop unless you want us to.
Dial Finance

BRANCH FIVE POINTS BRANCH BEACH BRANCH w. don't want you to like
us just for our money.
Gateway Shopping Center 803 Lomax Street 231 S.Third St.Jax Beach 40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 .
PH.7655538NORMANDY PH.358.1204 PH.246.4801 5256 i Beach Blvd. 396-2895
4721 San Juan Ave.
BRANCH CLAY COUNTY BRANCH MOBILE OFFICE 1436' Edgewood 384.2314 Cash to
Ave.
5911 Normandy Blvd. 2221 Kingsley Ave. Serving Baldwin Sleiman Lone West 764.2583 $5,800PAGE
Star
PH.781.1383 Orange Park,Fla. and Macclenny,Florida Center

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FOR SALE AND GS -. {mJi NEW SEPTIC TANKS @

LOTS FOR RENT! f' k. IT341tB ANu* S'L WATER PUMPS AND SYSTEMS

We sell deliver,setup& service New Homes set-.o free. w r ACOMPLETELANDOEVELOPMENTCO.Donald .
} 18tE fDE $41
COLONY MOBILE HOME PARK & SALES"A 4'' ltlpltl3FS 'Y ita1NAt PAIN Registered William Real Trout Estate,President Broker

LANO SALES NEW HOMES
Full Service Park"
9359 103rd ST. NEAR CECIL FIELDEd TROUT DRILLING CO.

Stevens, (USN Ret.) Sales Manager Jacksonville Middleburg
Park Office 771-9055 Sales 771-0775 k Duval County 771.2730 Clay County(KM)212-5451




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MEMBER SPRING MOTORSVOLKSWAGENS


AMAS"ON'SSEPTIC ,

SALES SERVICE
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f I aoIet.n4E 284-9209

New Tanks Clean Outs;


Repairs Filter Beds ,MeK Thvf 4PMDf M hPit 4t* M1d 41tt3Sat12KMeit HIGHWAY 17 GREEN COVE SPRINGS

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SAVE TIME AND MONEY


CHECK THIS SERVICE SHOPPER WEEKLY FOR THE BEST BUYS IN TOWN'!


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: IrWE1II I tr SGLI increasedJax

4 1
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4 eJ Group Life Insurance (SGLI) coverage for active
duty military personnel has been increased from $15,000 to $20,000 bya
1.' Bill signed into law May 24.
h } All active duty personnel are automatically covered in the amountof
$20,000 unless they decline participation or elect a lesser amount.
The additional coverage will result in a monthly premium increase,
{ the amount of which has not yet been determined, but which is ex
pected to be less than one dollar extra.
The cost of the$15,000 SGLI coverage is$2.55 a month.
Personnel not desiring the additional coverage will have the op-
portunity to decline it.
D Service academy cadets and midshipmen will also be entitled to the
:4 1 r '
SGLI increase.
e -':- The law also provides that on Aug. 1 the following new insurance
., ..... k kA
"" effective
r benefits will become :
.. /: 1. Ready reservists and National Guard personnel can have up to
$20,000 insurance coverage full time if they perform at least 12 periodsof
1' inactive duty training a year;
2. Ready reservists and National Guard personnel who complete 20
; years of service creditable for retirement purposes can have the
$20,000 coverage until they begin drawing retirement pay or reach the
age of 61, whichever comes first.
+) 3. The SGLI policies of persons on active duty can be converted to a
newly-enacted"Veterans Group Life Insurance"policy 120 days after
their separation or release from active duty.
TOP SAILOR AT HC-2-Petty Officer Third Class James A. Hougland Is congratulated by LCdr. This policy will be a non-renewable, five-year term policy for the
I R.L. Hart, HC-2 Officer in Charge,after being selected the"Fleet Angels"Sailor of the Quarter. same amount of coverage the service member carried under SGLI.
Further details on the SGLI provisions will be distributed at a later



date.VP56 ends 'Dawn Patrol'


Support Navy Relief
Jax-VP-56 has completed its participation in"Dawn Patrol 74",a
combined NATO exercise conducted by air and sea forces from
France,Greece,Italy,the United Kingdom and the United States.
VP-56 aircraft from NAF Sigonella, Sicily were used in ASW and
surface surveillance roles in two theatres of operations.The first wasa
simulated amphibious assault staged in Southern Greece and the
second involved support of French, Italian and U.S. Task Groups
located west of the island of Sardinia.
1.49 each is all
you pay The experience gained by all concerned In overcoming language
barriers and controlling various types of aircraft and surface units
for professional color toward a common goal should prove valuable in strengthening the
defensive capabilities of NATO forces in the Mediterranean area.SPEAKEASY .

: portraits of your child. ;;"; .


Select either large 5x7';
.,.. BURLESK

or set of wallet size
TOPLESS
.e

from several Bartenders,Waitresses
poses. *
DANCERS: 11AM-2AM
5916 Philips Highway 733-9989
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8:30: pm til 1:30: am

: Cocktail Hour 5-7 pm

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\ ;: e 2 children: photographed SPECIAL RATES per person
together-1.49 each childt FOR SERVICEMEN 600 double occupancy

t K,, <: All portraits deliveredto Rtltaunnt,250 Entertainment Nltely, Quarterdeck lounge Dine at Ilitr'' Seafood
Beautiful Room with TV, Direct Dial ,
Phone Olympic
you at our store Swimming! Pool, Free Undercover Parking. .

; a Age limit:12 years

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: '. .....-... ---.1.." f 1- Street Phone 355-3744
WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL POINTS OF INTEREST
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And we never chargefor aMmiB0MMWM'VHONDA



handling or delivery. ': .

: Pixy is available only :"' SALES.OF JACKSONVILLE SFRVICE. PARTS


through JCPenney. :

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Now thru Saturday, June 8, Hours 10 to 1,2 to 5 and 6 to 8' 6425 NORWOOD
AVE. 764.2419PAGE


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L TORRANCE'S KITCHENJaxAlthough V 1ry V ZIw



there is still a abundance of
rec pies available in
Torrances Kitchen we want to
again remind
our readers that their
contribution of recipies are most welcome.
If have
you a favorite
recipe that you would like to share with other Jax Air News readers
send or bring them to the editor.Credit will be given to the contributor +
oC each recipe used. r

JXJTft1 OVer Several recipes this week before finally deciding
if.5* to prepare,is easy on the budget and with school 1
out and the around the house all day, one that appeals to them,
Many of our readers probably have their own favorite recipe for this s
conception, but here is our version.

Sloppy Joes
1.1lbs lean ground beef few dashes tabasco
1 tablespoon fat
1 teaspoon salt
1 medium onion, chopped
1 cup catchup
1 tablespoon sugar :
Pepper to taste y '
1 tablespoon prepared mustard
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1 tablespoon vinegar
Brown meat and fat until crumbly; drain off grease.Add remaining .
ingredients to meat and simmer 30 minutes.

Serve over cooked rice or open-faced hamburger or hot dog buns.
Serves six.


LET ME HELP YOU BUY OR SELL Y

WEST JAX AND ORANGE PARK

PROPERTIES! NEWLY-ELECTED-.The new Jax Officers Wives Club officers are: (Front Row L-R) Mrs. E.W.

For All Your Real Estate Needs Call R Moldenhauer, Corresponding Secretary;Mrs. J.C.Arnold Recording Secretary Mrs. G.M. Talton,
N President..(Back Row L-R) Mrs. H.F. Rundell Jr., 1 st Vice President and Mrs. J.R. Webb 2nd
WAYNE SHRUM wAn Vice President.
associate of

BLANDING AGENCY, Inc.

cli REALTORS Per Day

NE 5102 Blanding Boulevard RENT and 7C
.5 101AIO. Phone 771-8036 Home 771.0m

Per Mile

I ANEW for a'74Pinto

NEWEST CONCEPT !

IN APARTMENT LIVING

1 23 BEDROOM 1 AND 2 BATHS r :' ." FORD.

Spacious rooms, wide windows, .
central heat & air condo Private A
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patios,sundecks,swimming pool
and party room.
264.8102 Duval Motors | Southside Ford


1800 DIRECTIONS KINGSLEY Between AVE. 1616 CASSAT AVE..RENT'A'CARI5303[ BEACH BLV.

Blanding Blvd. & Orange Park Ph: : 398-4513
Minutes away via new I 295..

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1 1885 Arta &

2186 Hwy 17 So., Orange Park ((2 blks. So. old locaTIon) Ph. 264.5013

Frl.-Sat.June 7 & S9 arrt-9 pm, Sun. June 9,1 pm-6 pm
C )
HAVERTY'SYES DOOR PRIZES DRAWING. .Every hour for prizes valued $5.00 to $30.00

ftP PRIZES GIFTS
'There's No Place like Home"
E
rR liJ CLASSES SAMPLES


THREE GRAND PRIZE DRAWINGS (T i : iRO )ND

military discountLaura Sunday, June 9th at 30PM:

One.half pint of CAROLYN'S CRAFT Quick Kote, the fantastic new decoupage finish that builds
at Duval faster dries In 30 minutes,requires no wet sanding or milking,applies over any finish or stain and has
no offensive odor will be given away FREE to the first 25 ladles In the store on both Friday and
Saturday, June 7th & 8th.
-Beach Boulevard PLUS *

With the purchase of one of Carolyn Noonan's fascinating,3.D picture kits at the Regular price,you
Boulevard
-Normandy will receive FREE a backup kit to make a second picture AND FREE instructions on how to make It
from Carolyn herself Carolyn will be In the store giving lessons and demonstrations Friday and

I ij 1 ttM4 Saturday, June 7th and 8th.BARGAINS



Limited quantities of a variety of special purchase have been obtained through special arrangementwith
manufacturers for this gala occasslon.This will enable us to feature some of the most fantastic
savings In certain craft,art and hobby items ever seen in this area



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I B Company's assault amphibian vehicles, or Amtracs, or "Iron Gators," as the Marines have *'* V ;VsV***:: : ;* V*
named them.The 130 kids and advisors from the Gainesville Middle School seemed impressed. ;

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MOBILE HOMES INC. % i LISTEN UP..Malor| J.H.Alexander,the Inspector.Instructor of B Co.briefs the Middle School kids:
on the machines and the mission. The Malor usually gives his talk to Marine reserves, but today It
was "help the recruiters day.".
5070 NORMANDY BOULEVARD 786.8110

BLANDING BLVD., ORANGE PARK 264-0569) :: :: V

V 4118 PHILIPS HIGHWAY -
7374366US --

HWY 17GREEN, COVE SPRINGS 284-5616 BRAVO 13-An Amtrac may not be able to go everywhere but there
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II $10000'MUSTAJ'iC' MOBILE HOMES INC. $10000 P E.. dime'imph in the water. Crewmen are (CL) Sgt. Ted Horczarvk and H.* QV", V V V V* ; i
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Only one Certificate may be used towara :
I By' UNTIL
II. the Purchase of a Mobile Home. Void GOOD :=
I IlL.. unless signed by an authorized TEN DAYS :=I PHOTOS BY MIKE ROSE
representative of Date AFTER[ DATI := GUNNY-Gunnery Sergeant Mike Powers handles the controls of
I 1-d MUSTANG MOBILE HOMES,INC. _OF__IS_sur_ := one of the big"Gators."'Not much to It//'Mike told the photographer."Next .
-V---------------------------- time out we'll' let you drive one."
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The NEW WE MAKE VACATION


: I "fhe DREAMS COME TRUE !IThis

Smugglers Den
year, don't dream about a great vacation. Take one with the help of a
low-cost Jax Navy Federal Credit Union vacation loan. Now you can affordto

LOUNGE'' |et to Europe, cool off In a mountain cabin, or tan on a south Florida
!THE ADULT beach.And upon your return, pay off your loan with easy monthly paymentsat
a low 12 per cent Annual Percentage Rate(APR). (
a ait intimate,cozy piano o bar

-- A -JL ./ designed for adult pleasure and relaxation: Stop dreaming and start going places with a vacation loan from your credit 1
4 All union.Come In today and let us help you make plans for summer fun.
your favorite music and sing.along fun,too. ..JUST ONE OF THE MANY
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MILEAGE MAKERS NOW ATDUVVIV.VV Here's' more help with your summer vacatlonl!
I OPEN '
DAILY 11A.M.. 'til2 2 A.M.I|
Take along travelers checks.

AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVELERS CHEQUES: 1 per cent service charge.
BALANCE THE SCALE :i : PERERA EXPRESS TRAVELCHECKS: No service charge.

V When the home Improvements you need and the cash you have are sadly out of '- p \'\1 \ RI *. .
balance, you can even things up with a Home Improvement Loan from the 1 1111
Normandy Atlantic Bank,, Our experienced,understanding. loan experts are at MOTORS r? rf i JAXNAVYV
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your ...with advice and fast action, too. j1c:
1616( CASSAT

N ;# ; $ ..4. ,,,, Ph:387-6541: 1 If FEDERAL CREDIT UNION ......,#. .


FINANCINGFOR ROOSEVELTMALL NASCEt'ILftIELD.Bldv.26. ,.
SPECIAL NASJAX,Bid .39 ..... '
384 1391
PHONE Ba'.Eit.2iSTel.387
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6545 5 5 NORMANDY BLVD. O JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32205 5622or BaSOEI.2431 I
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I Credit Union tops $50 million in assets .


Jax The Jax Navy In noting the arrival at this size-the third largestin base facilities, retired bership has shown steady
Federal Credit Union has the $50 million mark in Florida-enables us to base civil service em- growth throughout its

reached $50 million in assets, credit union offer our members better ployees, and their existence, beginning with
assets, according to DonR. president Ralph R. Story service and more benefits dependents. 1,506 members and now
Athearn, general said, "This is a proud than ever before. We look Credit union mem- boasting more than 40,000.

manager.The moment for our officials, forward to continued
mark was achievedby our staff and our mem- successful growth." Nursery sets new ratesJax
the credit union duringits bers. Their loyalty and
union drawsits
twenty-third year of dedication through the The credit -Due to the raising of the minimum wage, the rising costs of
operation since years has: made this members from active food and materials, and the necessity of hiring additional employees,
Navy and civil service the base nursery and kindergarden sponsored by NWCA Jax No. 86
organization in 1952 by growth possible. personnel assigned to NAS has been forced to increase rates. New prices now in effect are as
civilian employees here. "Being a credit union of follows:
Jax and NAS Cecil Field,
Weekly Care Hourly Care
1 as well as from the reserve 1 child $16.00 1 child 60c
units of all the military 2 children 24.00 2 or 3 children 80c
H service branches, National 3 children 30.00 4 or 5 children 1.00
Let GAC Guard and Air National 4 children 35.00 6 and over children1.20
5 children 36.00-
Guard, retired military of
any branch making use of Nursery furnished meals are now 50c for weekday lunches and 60c
for Saturday lunches and suppers.nowieo1 .



put. a jingle C< + goodneighbor the :


The Aaerke"Ild Cross
One and two bedroom apartmentsin
in your all-adult rental community I
Washers & dryersin
2 bedroom apartments r
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Phone 264-2031

dufflebag. 606 Highway 17
Orange Park, C a3' J
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Irih Your free time can be turned into

.! .m /f"._ ,* mI cash assignments by part.time in hospitals and full, time nursing .
+ nomes and private homes.
I R&S TEXACO 't Work when you want for as longas
you want. No fee to register
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t I MECHANIC ON DUTY Registered Nurses Licensed
i s4 Practical Nurses Aides
AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS PLEASE CALL TODAY 356 5833

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Ed about our FREE LUBE! POOL S1 POOL'SUITE712 ''

ED STEPHENS Owner
223 W.ADAMS ST.
4851 SAN JUAN AVENUE PHONE 389-9414 ,
WILLIAM READ PRES.
\ I Yr' (Corner of Cassat& San Juan) (Captain, USNR)

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more money than you thought you'd need. GAG (
wants to lend you all the money you'll need to help beat prices and to buy the bargains you want before Xi

they're gone.
You don't have to make a lot to borrow a lot at GAC.

The size of your loan depends on many things: the : 71 EXTRA SUPER CLEAN BEETLE $1B8S.$1695 68 WHITE VW GREEN INTERIOR $1 6.$1095 f_'
bills you have or have had. What you own or want to
70 VW BLUE. $J$1495 68 VW BLUE $x$1095
buy. The kind of work you do. And, because you f. ONE OWNER WHITE INTERIOR .

wear a uniform, the kind of work you do rates very :, 70 VW ORANGE lS95.$1495 68 VVI WHITE $J.29.$1095 rJ1.)
high with GAC. A steady income makes it easier for ;4: EXTRA CLEAN RED INTERIOR .
you to get a loan. But, more important, GAC wants f r 70 VW WHITE $1 l&9S.$1495 68 VW LIGHT BLUE $x$1095r5

to Whatever serve you your because needs you, whatever serve your country. ii; 69 VW ONE OWNER RED $x$1295 67 VW AIR CONDITIONED MAROON $j195.} .. $995 I
:}::: BLACK INTERIOR BLACK INTERIOR
the reason, let GAC put a jingle in r. 69 VW BLUE $1)95.$1295 66 VW GREEN BLACK INTERIOR $795 I
your dutflebag. r BLUE INTERIOR
A SUBSIDIARY OF BANKAMERICA CORPORATION 10' II :$
a.5132 771.0940 Standing Blvd.O 398 3120.8477D Atlantic Blvd. I CLINTON'S AUTO
I SALES
355 1001.5484 Park St. a 5555 744 7765Q Norwood Avenue, Finance I I

35 30 5.W.2671 Duval St. O 926 Highland Dunn Ave.Shopping Center f:. 5129 LANDING B LVD.(Open 6 Day,Week,Mon..Sa t.,9 to 1 pm) PHONE 772-7716 r

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CALL: 387-3566 Movie Schedule

AdS shOUld be mailed to arrive not later
Diving too late for this deadline will bTjJbtt the for publicatIon' the! following Thursday. Ads

otherwise. A check or money order for fOllowing week unless the publisher; Is In-
.he
cost
'fheadmufberecel ..
WITH, "' - -
RATE: minimum the copy. .". : .: .:
charge ((3 lines) ...$750 Per .
Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING additional line ((4 words per line) ...60c
CO.,4565$IRLEY AVE., JACKSONVILLE Thursday, June 6 Newhart. "PG" (102 min.)

32210 "ALL THE WAY BOYS"Action I Monday,June 10

O N NORTH AMERICAN SNJ-5 Drama, Starring Terrence Hill "AND NOW THE
I ., ( FOR SALE SHARP MOBILE HOME and Bud Spencer. "PG" ((108 SCREAMING STARTS" Horror
Mint 3BR., 3BA.
Cent.
Cond. Air
Navy colors, located In quiet park, min.)
USED CAR SALESMAN Craig Field, Call 125.4659.MISCELLANEOUS w-pool,4AAI. from NAS,$lSo0.or $3.000 Drama, Starring Peter Cushing
Part-time or full-time.Clinton's Auto equity 8 take over pymts. 264-7361. Friday,June 7 and Stephanie.Beacham. "R" ((92

Sales, 772.7716.TEMPORARY. ITEMS "THE SICILIAN CLAN"Melodrama min.)

r INDUSTRIAL HELP- Air 18,500 BTU Air Cond. $125, 12,500 BTU 1 T AIdSPpRTATIQN' ,Starring Alain Delon Tuesday,June 11
Cond.
PICK YOUR OWN WORK DAYSIf S50. elec. range$50.772-0847. and Irina Demick. "PG" ((118 "MAN OF LA MANCHA"

you have any days with 8 to 10 hrs. NOCASH NEEDED min.) Musical Drama, Starring Pete
1967
free, and would like to earn extra TS185 MISCELLANEOUS Suzuki ITEMS Valiant, 6 cyl., A.T., gas saver, Saturday, June O'Toole and Sophia Loren. "PG"
$550., Early American runs good, $650. or low mo. 388-
money, we have numerous lobs baby dressing table $15. 7819093. 6422. pay. "BREEZY" Comedy Drama, (132 min.)
available with warehouses, factories,
Starring William Holden and
June 12
Wednesday,
Import firms, etc. Pay ranges from
$2.00 hr. up. We now have an office In [ a'REAETATE' ; :: ;_ 1972 350 KAWASAKI S2 Roger Carmel. "R" (107 min.) "SLITHER" Suspense

Cedar Hills for your convenience for Excellent Condition $575. Call after Sunday, June 9 Comedy, Starring James Caan

further Info. Call 355.2738 from TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE 4P.M. 778-0768. "COLD TURKEY" Comedy, and Sally Kellerman. "PG" ((96

10AM3PM. Two,.up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile Starring Dick Van Dyke and Bob min.)
radius Cecil Field ft. 1.295 $2,000.00 to 1967 MUSTANG
GETTING READY TO RETIRE $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far Runs super, V-8, stick In the floor,
Or Just Getting Out below near-future values. Call Tony $895. or low mo. pay 3886422. CZ JAWA RICKMANBSA
Why not Investigate a new career with George, 389.5514, Eve. 7711976. I
the oldest, largest, and most WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA ONLY 15,000 MILES TRIUMPH BIRD
respected security company In the Realtors Specialist 1973 Vega Hatchback, A.T., AC, runs
world. Full time positions are good, $1995, 3886422.

available as security officers, with DESIGNED FOR LIVING

opportunities for advancement. All Beaming 4BR., 2BA. Hme W-FR: kit. WANTEDUSED
uniforms and equipment furnished. CA&H, garage, many homemakers MOTORCYCLES
Free life Insurance, paid vacationsand xtras, including garden. Only $35,000 Any shape, size, year, model or M-X
profit sharing to those who EQUITY BUY condition. 3870551. Parts

qualify. Less than 2 Yrs.old, brick front, 3BR., r- '
APPLY PINKERTONSOF FLORIDA 1 I'/jBA. home,attached garage. In a ONE OWNER Street Sales
4040 Woodcock Drive, Suite 108 1970 Ford P.U.,
most desirable area. CA&H, Many new paint gas saver, '
Phone 398-7)17 xtras. Plus fncd. yd.$27,500. Sharp, $1595. 388-6422. Enduro : F Service
Equal Opportunity Employer ROLLING HILLS ,

Lovely totally electric, 3BR., 2BA. 198 VOLKSWAGENLow
GREAT JOB Home, In like new cond. Homemakers Mil., new rebuilt engine, looks
Earn S50-$75 per wk., working part. kit. carpeted, privacy fncd. back yd. good, runs good, best offer. 771-8030
time calling on single girls. Earn Only $39,500. after 6P.M. ATLANTIC
more with Incentive plan. Must be

sharp! Phone 721.300.._ WHAT CUTIEI VANS 8209
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_ (CHOICE OF 2((
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Cozy 2BR. home on Vj acre lot, sep. 1967 PHONE
Ford Van, o
new paint, new ATLANTICBOULEVARD
JANITORIAL DR., carpeted, completely fncd. o
PART-TIME JOB yd. Insp., runs good $895. or low mo. pay. 725.5811
8 A.M.-12 Noon or 5P.M.10 P.M. NAS util shed. Only $14,500.ROOM 3886422. .
Jax. 8. Cecil, 355-2741. Royal Services.MISCELLANEOUS TO SPARE A
Over 1500 sq. ft. in this freshly painted

I j I home, 3BR., 2BA., Den, fncd. back,

patio, playhouse. Only $25,750.
Want To Bt A DISC JOCKEY WORKMAN REALTY, INC.
Call Mike Taylor 784-411 or Realtor-MLS 388-9385
Columbia School of Broadcasting 3541351. -
Home school San Francisco, 3BR., 2BA. BR ICK :-
course by home study, Approved for Range & refrigerator, enclosed : ::; Biq Chief Say:

Veterans. Local office Fla. Nat'l. garage w-W & D connection, fncd., GET THE....
Bank. Our 8th Year. (not affiliated pecan trees, pay equity & assume

with CBS Inc.) pymts. $161.89 Mo. Vansandt Realtor, SUPER
3893549. You're i


Wllford's LIVE CRABS Fish ORTEGA HILLS Ahead Way '60'
Camp MAG
Big corner lot, 3BR., 2BA., W-W i4
264-9707 with
carpet, Ig. paneled den w-FP, DW,
S&R, W&D, Cypress fncd. back yd., 2 Want
AUTO AIR COND. SERVICE patios, BAR-B-Q Pit, riding lawn Ads Strong 4 ply al -nylon .

Also home Central units & window mower. By owner 384.5926. '4
AC. Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 388-5141. Extra wide .- _

FOSHEEREALTY 9 rib tread
Immediate cash for your equity, nont

RESTAURANT EQUIPMENTLike too large or too small. Bold raised I 4
new cond., full layout for Sand. 388-1581 Broker ,- t .
with or Short order restaurant. 3845478 white letters '
or 2468383. '
FOR YOUR REAL CONTACTJoe ESTATE NEEui I Full '60' seriesdimensions

INDOOR EXERCISE BIKE
(RET. NAVY) Realtor-
Ladies, practically brand new,. $25. Associate Roplak Representing f

Call 3880923. Blinding Agency, Inc. Realtors '. ,.. Instant response
OFFICE: 771-803 RES t 711. 7715 I .J ... ) I '
UPHOLSTERYOf ...' and control

all kinds, furn., car seats, boat
tops, draperies Interior decorating, HORSE LOVER
reasonable done, 354-7991 Navy Man. Buy this 1'12 acre Farmette in SPRING5wESTATES 19.95
Southside, lovely 3BR. home, carpet DEER A60x13........... + 2.02 FET
thru-out, sep. DR, cent. heat, $29,500.
.
JEANS PROFESSIONAL $6,000 dwn. Owner will hold mort. Call
DANCE ACADEMY 1.284.9247. ....ATKEYSTONE 660x14.1.60x14............. $24.95 + 2.90FET
Westconnett 103rd & Orange Park, HEIGHTS

Bellalr Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe, 27.95
Jazz, Hula, Tahitian, Baton & NEAL ESTATE MOBILE HOMESITES ........... + 3.49 FET
New & used home sales, equities: ,
Acrobatics. Register Now, 771-2521, SIMPSON 8. CO.
Our staff is navy oriented. CLYDE W. 4
771-5444, 778-3455, Children & Adults. appraisals. ,p. 24.95
Room 604, First Federal Bldg. Call REALTOR 356.6849 G60xl5.L60xl5............ + 2-96FET

355.9094, 384.5212, 7712189.
GEORGE'SKENNELS Page Aspinwall, Brokerk.4
Dogs & Cats Boarded ........... $2895 + 3.47 FET 14

Pickup & delivery service since 1925. %'RENTALSACROSS y 11( Jcrx Greatest
Grooming, training & shipping. 1 1''y :. ow : Passenger Tin Guarantee
visitors welcome. Bankamericard & .united n*t H n*Uzirft hr the Wi il ttt tripul tout H tort I*,w...it NTiptM.
Mastercharge RIVER FROM NAi .war N fen v rtfUct..t**|-|N*hr ft truf..n i prut ton if UN
honored. Off 1.10 near
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Spacious elegant waterfront Estate. orrtftprictjtatu.wl
Cassat
Ave. & Edgewood Ave. Furnished with .
SOlS Edgewood Court 389-0044 Completely Including car. boat, .lumttd Kti Ist etr tit lit 4 secfd rakr 1f.1ts."Ind.n lit IIIH pedsd n
everything ""actll CUrm hr mtUQ nH M I ftt rill tkvt if tfc omit pnci.phi" tu.
utilities &
cleaning woman, yardman
CwMOiilnfactnticUeiTIRE\
SUMMER CAMP FOR KIDS
phone.$3,000. for period July 6th-Sept
Ages 8-16, Fishing, Horseback,
26th. 268 6440.
Swimming, Accredited Meals, 1,000 .
acres, 244-7004, or 249.9576. f E 1ctLft1t.
''I?V>MOBILEHOMESJUSTISSTRMiuEK

ARE YOU FROM PENNSYLVANIA PARK
Interested In forming a unique club of modern
former 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS Clean
Pennsylvanians. Write Norton )t.
Redding, P.O. Box 474, Orange Park, trailer and apts. 3893007. COMPANY
Ha. 32073. PMSURPLUS IMKNIVCAU IrogtrcMW
TIM
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WE BUY AND SELL 1 1 '
GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES
SINGER ZIGZAG 388.4619.
sewing machine, 1973 model, almost Phone GOODS
like new. zig Zags, overcasts, ap-
Piiques, monograms, embroiders, etc. LETYOUKRENl
PAYMENT
weed BE YOUR DOWN PISCQUNI STORE
someone to assume $9. per DEPOSITREQUIREO
month payments or payoff balance
HOMES
** SUMIT MOBILE
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Phone 731-0255: ask for credit HlghwaY,733.9422 a
manager 52)0 PhllHpv,
Will take trade.WtlydellV'et'no'Oblfgattbn; BRING THIS AD FOR $100.OFF



14 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER JUNE 6, 1974,


"' ... : ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, '' : 721' HONDA CB-500 Hooker-Headers For Rent Spacious 4BR 2BA HOME In
"' .vmw" v"''''''''''''"''''''' / a
Barnett Clutch, Hlgh-Rlse handlebars Lakeside Estates Carpeted, Drapes,
; $995.00. Exc. Condition 772- Fireplace, Fenced Avail. July 1 Call
THE Flee-T MARKET J 7037. required 264-8662. for appt. $375-mo. Lease

A FREE PERSONAL WANT,SERVICE For Sale 20 FT LUGER SAILBOATwith
for Military and Civilian Employees/ of NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field trailer, many extras for weekend Beautiful DIAMOND CLUSTER, 1

cruising. Sleeps four. LCDR Nelson, Carat. Value $1000 A steal at $650.
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Ext 2376, $4200.00For Don't wait. Inquire at Hanger 101

r ; FREE wi DR FORM Sale: SONY TC-127 Cassette landing gear shop or 7575570. Ray

LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) Recorder. One year old. $75.00. Call 62 CHEVY II 2dr.H.T., New Paint
(ADS MUST BE I .
772-9255 New tires, R&H, Runs cood.: $375.
I ,, Inquire at Hangar 101. Landing gear
'I'I
AIR CONDITIONER: 18000 BTU, 220 shop or 757-5570 Ray
Volt, Automatically cuts on and off
(thermosatlcally controlled) like new For Sale: 25 Gallon Tropical FISH
I I $200.00 772-3393 AQUARIUM, with Fluorescent Hood,
IC Wrought-iron stand and many ac
AIR CONDITIONERS, 18,000 B.T.U., cessories. Stamps and coins for
C I 11 yearold WHIRLPOOL, 1. Older. collectorsinvestors.. Call 264.2842

TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED I INFORMATION BELOW .1 model Fedders both for$200. Ext. 2424. after 5pm

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD.
I Sear KENMORE AUTOMATIC For Sale: 9x12 Gold nylon CARPET
I washing Machine, Three cycle, In with pad. Gold wing chair. Both excellent
I I very good condition $50.00. 771.0803 cond. Best offer 388-7382


I Name Office or activity to which assigned II For sale: Security Six .357 MAGNUM 1970 MAVERICK, 6cylSSR&H, Good
RUGER REVOLVER. Never fired. tires Clean & Good Mech Cond,
I $90 or best offer. Call 389.6570 6163 Recent Insp, $1050 Real Economy 264-

I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature For Sale: 12'x60' ARTCRAFT

I 1 MOBILE HOME Air conditioned SEXI! BUICK ELECTRA 225 ((1967))
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all Information requested, le: Full washer dryer dishwasher fenced All power, climate control AC, Immaculate -
I military or civilian:! employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and yard shed Doctors Lake Drive 264. condition, plus new tires
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity 9614.. $550 Call 772.2419 Ask for Steve
to which he Is assigned and office telephone. This
2. Free advertising In the _" lee-T MARKET"
will be limited to:! Offers to buy, sell or rent housing information Is for authentication only and your ad 1972 HONDA CL 350, beautiful con MUST SELL, 1972 MAZDA 2Dr. 4Cyl'
I for personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell should be worded independently of this Information diton, low milege. Call 771-2831 after 5 OHC 4Speed, RH, AC Reclining

personal property; offers of or requests for rides to p.m. Buckets Many more extras $1350 Ron
S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In
Parker Rm 313 Bks. 925 Cecil
and from work announcements of educational
-following edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads A
I
courses offered by nonprofit organizations or For Sale: 18,000 BTU AIR-
arriving after that date will be placed in the CONDITIONER and CHILD'S 9x12 SHAG RUG-Gold, with HD Pad.
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted
only If the words "PCS" (for military), or following week's edition. Ads will be only l onetime BICYCLE with training wheels. Call Orig cost $125less 1 yr old, Sacrifice
I unless re-submitted as prescribedrun above. 2647864. $75 CWO Kaufman Cecil X.506-507 or
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the 0
I Jacksonville area) are Included in the wording of the 771-6396
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied ,. No, phone calls will be accepted regarding 1971 CRICKETT RADIALS AUTO
I "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR 1972 HONDA CL 350, Beautiful l Con-
by the word "Free", RADIO $1000.00 FN Mauser 30.06, 781- -
I NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide 8849 dition, Low Mileage, Call 771-2831
!. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services advertisers. 6 after 5pm
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printedIn .
I DISHWASHER Sears .c.speed. "
portable -
In each edition of our paper: Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No coppertone, Immaculate condition For Sale: 1974 Peachtree, 12'by65',
will be rejected. more than two (2) ads per week per person will be Call 264-0420 $ 100.00 furnished, 3V 'ton AC, 2 bedrooms, 2
I accepted.I baths, wet bar, carpeted 7 monthsold
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T
771-3211 ext. 8236 after 5:00:
YAMAHA LT3MX100 Dirt Bike Great
MARKET" Editor CO JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 1, I. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a
for boy, teenager,or man who loves
'I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above pleasure ride. 2648082. to 1971 MAZDA STATION WAGON 1800

I OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher cc, 4 Dr, RH, ACAT, Steel Belted .
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor, C-O AIRWINGERBox reserves the right to omit any or all ads. 1 Radials Call 772-3076 or 389-4413 after
I 111 NAS Cecil Field Florida 3221$. These forms HODAKA WOMBAT 125cc. Only 350
I ml. No time to enjoy It. 264-8082 5 ask for KnowlesFor
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Wanted-Used FILE CABINET, 4. WANTED: 1973 240Z or 1974. 260Z 69 DODGE CHARGER, 383, Yellow. 1969 GALAXIE 4. door. Excellent Sale 3 PC. BEDROOM. SUIT
Drawer, Heavy Duty, 264.5582, 264- Stock WHEEL RIMS. Call 389.2655, Black Vinyl Top, ACPS, Auto, Stereo condition with AT, AC PS radio and (Spanish) $125.00 Ph 772 9683
3781 after 4. p.m. Tape, $900 or best offer 264-4729. after heater. Under 46,000 miles. 51.095.264-
...... 1400 7492.' By Owner-Orange Park, 3BR, 2BA,
6750 Snow White Dr. 3BDRM, 2BA, X. .-- AC, BIRO, Spacious Closets, Car.
Large Liv. Rm., Den Sep. Din. Rm., 73V HONDA CB350. Low Mileage. KENMORE DRYER excellent con-(? peted Pantry, Waterfront 1 Privilegesto
Utility/ Rm. w-washer-dryer coon 220V 15,000 BTU AIR CONDITIONERLike Excellent Cond. Must sell TRF soon. diton $100.00, 9x12 GOLD RUG just Doctor's Lake Call 264-0842 772.3143
Eat-In Kit. 1450 Sq.ft., Fenced Bkyd. new. 150. After 3:30 264.5594 Sissybar, High rise handlebars, Road. cleaned $50.00, GE STEREO Walnut
carport with storage area. 772.3065 or Pegs, Front Disc Brake, Two Helmets console $50.00. 264-7492 1972 Scat Craft SKI BOAT, 100 hp
778-0341 mid 20's 72 VEGA Excellent Condition, $700.00 772. 582 Evlnrude, Galvanized Gator Trailer,
ATRadioH, Low mileage Call Lee For Sale 1963 CADILLAC in good Ski Equipment, Best offer over 1700
2 Used H70.15 HP 4" Ply Tubeless High Ext 2566 Best offer over $1600.00 Sears SUPER GAMEFISHER, 12'Self condition, asking $400. Call 264-5325 Call 772.3076 ask for Knowles
Performance tires $5.00 Ea. 772.7146 Righting ABS Plastic-1 Deluxe Chair

1..Need Sta. Wgn. COVER for Seats-Used three times-772-2401' COOKWARE, New 3-Ply Waterless Vt
Briggs & Straton Gas Lawn EDGER Luggage Carrier, 2. Sell 16 Ib Bowl "Roberts"For Usual Price. Fabulous buy for the
2HP 4. Cycle Used one season Excellent Ball $7.00 3. $50.00 Sell 25" BXW T.V. money. Further Info 771.9129 20' SAILBOAT Cal-20, Equipped for
Condition $35.00 Cash 772.7146 Early Amer. Console Sale: Like new, Harvest Gold, Cruising or Racing. Sleeps 4, Head,
ELECTRIC RANGE, girls bicycle, 3 7 HP SNAPPER Riding Lawn Mower Motor, AM Leaving In 1 week was
Cat BOAT 16'6"x7'3" 165-Sall + Working Parents-BABYSITTING In pieces green carpet, bound edges-size 8.5 HP Snapper Rotery Tiller SWAP $4350, now $3895 2235 772-7749' after 5-
Trailer, Seats 12 3051 264-4747. My Home 5 or 6 Days a week-Phone 11' "x15'",8YJ"x11", & 10" Inx12". Both for 40HP or Above Boat Rig .
778.0326 Call 2645906. 284.5238 For Rent: 12x60 MOBILE HOME
For Sale MOBILE HOME 1972 Cap. Unfurnished 2 Bedrooms, washer

pella 12x65 Expando, Bedroom, 2 2 BENCH SEATS from 73 Chevy Van, For Sale: Second REFRIGERATOR SIAMESE CAT, Sealpoint, male, dryer AC 10x7 Utility Shed No Pets
Bath,$300.00 Take over payments Call 3 & 4. Person, Like New $40 264-4729. FRIGIDAIRE-Ex Working Condition. neutered, purebred' 10 months old, Near NAS Jax $150 month 778.1588
778.1538 after 1400.I..NuaIaa..ru.'I.i4. $50 or Best Offer Phone 771-6428 2235 or 772.7749 after 5 Free to Good

Home AIR CONDITIONERS. Four room-
1973 IMPALA, Air Auto, Vinyl Roof, type,5,000 to 18,500 BTU. Call 772.2611
$2,500 or trade for compact Import, For Sale, SCUBA GEAR-Decor Tank, ((772-9857 after 6 p.m.) for details and
Excellent Condition 25,000 miles 772- Regulator, Snug Pac, Fins, Mask, prices.
EARN 3200 ?.--- Snorkle Wet Suit,$150.00 Phone 772-
Fuel OIL TANKS & Stands 3 Each, 55 9633
Gal Capacity, $5 each or all 6 for$25

Call 771-5488 Byars, after 4 pm For Sale 1967 TRIUMPH Spitfire [

16' Thunderhawk Trl-Hull Bowrider, MKIII Mechanical Convertible.Condition, Body Excellent Fair. 30 fflflftI.

1 Walk through Windshield find new MPG. $700 Cecil Field Ext 661, Home
B.1 0.75 % seats, 100 HP Johnson motor Easy 772.1593
Tilt Trailer$1,100 or best offer. "Must
Sale." 772-8551 Sears Coolpolnt 18.500 BTU AC Used

= Per Annum Interest Rate Paid Quarterly On = 73 HONDA CL 350.Good Condition. two summers135.00 264.1356 ]flftJEiI[ J

: Headers, Pull Back Handle Bars, Cedar Hills-3BR,1VjBA, Den, Attached .
Sissy Bar. Good for around town, or Garage, Screen Porch, Fenced
= Time Certificates Of Deposit* : Short trips. $650.00 3583 Avail 1 Sept. $25,500 Conv. 772-0676 ll ,

(5000.00 MINIMUM) KITTENS-3 male-gray, black, and For Sale: White Pore Sink, Green
e stripped 1 female.gray. FREE to good Bathtub, Reel To reel Stereo TAPE
homes. 2145 or 264.6792 after 5pm RECORDER, Mlsc Plumbing Phone
= ISSUED BY MULTIBILLION DOLLAR U.S. BANKS : 771-9586 coverage

2 100 M. TRUST ACCOUNT PARTICIPATIONS eN For Sale: SCUBA Regulator and contents. Liability protection for
Complete Set of Skin Diving Gear. For Sale: 14KT White gold you. Many optional extras to meet
"The Safest In The World" .- your specific needs.And of course.
Call 388-6141 or 264-4907 or NASJax ENGAGEMENT RING SET with
you can depend on the best
r 3075 or 3110DUPLEX pearshape diamond .57 carats. Will service. Call for details.

= INSURED UP TO $20,000 BY 'FDIC. eN For Rent-Duclay Estates. sell p.m,for or weekends$600 Call 264.1894 after 5:00:

Subject to effective rate at time of depot*; Unfurnished 2 bedroom Available Frank H.
month. Tally
; June 17. $150 per Telephone English BABY CARRIAGE for Sale,

772.1621 .......... Navy Blue with Large Wheels. Excellent -
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CONTACT: D. J. ( Pete) EVERS Old model I IBM Electric 96.47For Condition $60 Call Kyler 772- C.LU.


N Evers & Associates, Inc. = Voicewrlter TYPEWRITER transcriber, $160.00, complete Edison, 1645 CASSAT AVENUE
Sale; Modern SWIVEL ROCKER
$50.00 CASSETTE RECORDER PH 384.2226
,. :- ; $45 Wooden Arms and
base Just
5 BOX 757ORANGE
> Alko. $25.00 Call Pat, ext. 3164For
.; reupholstered in Herculon Brown and
.. PARK FL 32073 Orange tonings 772 9647 11.11 last
Sale 1972 DODGE CHARGER SE lib I tood Nit"L\

loaded very clean Good Mechanical 72 TOYOTA MARK II 2Dr AC 4Spd 4. Stttt firm it 0ft. CRi;; )

i-I PHONE* AC No. ((904)) 264.4400 i, Cond.Engine Must 264,6163 see to$2:00.appreciate, 318 V8 Cyl Pay.Must ATI)Sell Nickles$2350 CF or 8136$900 or& Assume 7711923For IM,1.(1. ,

I!< Details without Obligation STATE fARM GENERA'INSURANCE/ COMPAIY
home 1 DOG and 2
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.' Free to good Horn*OlIn: Bloomingtoii,MlmmPAGE ,
"f :
HEALTHY PUPPIES All must go. Sale: 23"RCA COLOR TV $125 orbest

( ..... ........... .NNNNNM 26Jj U3, beautiful. 1 pets for youngester oler:Phone_ ..264.1365_ after! 6:30: pm_!, '. -- -..-- -- -- ---- --,"

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NEW STARS-RAdm. Paul J. Kaufman, Director of the Naval Regional Medical Center, is J'S
I promoted to his present rank as his wife, Maxine, and RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, COM-
TACAIRLANT, tack on the new shoulder boards.

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scheduled a cocktail party i.,.
for Saturday, June 15, .:
starting at 6:30: p.m. in the >;.- .
NAS Jax Officers Club. First JAPANESE RESTAURANT in Jacksonville! f CLUE 'YOURSELF:. I1J.' : i

made Reservations by June 12 should by calling be ,. ";- ::. ':': :i:\:/: ': '

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AWl Walker chosen from 220,000

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for Shore Sailor of Year competition


By Ens. Billie-Ann Evans
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: CPW-11 PAOJaxAntisubmarine
!: Warfare Y
Operator First Class Kenneth D. ,
Walker is one of three ex- 7 _
ceptional sailors chosen from a
shore community of over 220,000
to represent the Atlantic Fleet in
the FY 1974 CNO Shore Sailor of
the Year competition. In April
1974,AWl Walker was selected as
the Commander Patrol Wing
ELEVEN Sailor of the Year, and
from there he went on to win the
COMPATWINGSLANT, COM-
NAVAIRLANT, and current M
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CINCLANFLT nominations for
Shore Sailor of the Year. The

3 Naval Community is presently
r awaiting announcement of the '
final CNO selectees.

AWl Walker, who lives with his
wife and three children at 2846 VADM F. H. MICHAELIS, COMNAVAIRLANT, presents AW1
AW1 WALKER BRIEFS a combat aircrew for an antisubmarine River Oak Drive in Orange Park, Kenneth Walker a letter of commendation citing him for achieving
warfare mission using the Patrol Wing ELEVEN Tactical Support is a Watch Team Supervisor on Commander Naval Air Force U.S. Atlantic Fleet's selection as Sailorof
Center's sophisticated Direct View Console computerized system. the COMPATWING ELEVEN the Year (Shore Contingent) for Fiscal Year 1974 from a group of 18
Staff. finalists.

Petty Officer Walker's Navy months later as an extremely Compatwing ELEVEN Tactical
career began in 1967 and has been junior third class petty officer,he Support Center,his expertise and
consistently earmarked by was the First Tech on his crew in dedication to duty have led him to
outstanding displays of excellence charge of three other be assigned as a TSC Briefing
TOYOTAwith in all his endeavors. As crewmembers and his aircraft.In Debriefing Officer and as a
an AXAN with Patrol Squadron December of 1968, his Patrol Wing ELEVEN Staff Duty
SEVEN in 1968, his initiative and thorough understanding of the Officer. His COMPATWING
desire enable him to earn his electronics systems of the SP2-H ELEVEN Sailor of the Year
Aircrewman designation in less aircraft led him to be selected nomination states that, "In these
than three months after being and designated as a Quality capacities he has become intimately -
assigned to an aircrew. Four Control Inspector over his more involved with the
senior peers. In 1970, while complexities of operational
stationed at NAF, Sigonella, tasking, aircraft safety flight
Sicily, AWl Walker was selectedto crew briefing debriefing ,.tactical
represent the command in critiques and statistical
5323 Phillips Highway ..;, s .:;- ":"', .-, several reconstructions of major correlation of acoustically
737-8440 ;.-,".... ''' .1" ..... -0 NATO exercises at COM- generated ASW data. He con-

rr. 9 )... ,.,,.....-.. \_ FAIRMED, Naples, Italy. While tinually searches for additionalareas
".-. attached to the Antisubmarine of cognizance and provides
NEW SHIPMENT ARRIVEDPRICES Classification and Analysis outstanding results in all cases."
Center at NAF, Sigonella, AWl This portrait of an exceptionalsailor
Walker,as a member of the Staff, does not stop here, though.
received several letters of appreciation Petty Officer First Class Walkeris
STARTING $2299 P.O.E. Only and a citation "for also quite active in his com-
exceptional performance during munity. He is very musically
contingency operations in the oriented-his abilities range from
12 Minutes Eastern Mediterranean ... whilein leisure-time playing of the
Some of our Toyotas get up to 30 miles to the support of the United States Baritone Horn, Saxophone, and
gallon. What does your present car get? Sixth Fleet." Clarinet to being a soloist in his
and Since reporting aboard church choir, of which he is also
COMPATWING ELEVEN in Assistant Director. (Upon
1971, Petty Officer Walker has graduation from high school),
One consistently demonstrated Walker won a vocal scholarshipto
superlative leadership ability two colleges.) Presently, he is
through his own example and has also the Director of the Morocco
shown an exceptional understanding Temple Choir. He is Assistant
Bridge of all aspects of Pack Master for Cub Scout Pack
Patrol ASW Operations and the 25 and has donated many hours to
Gk.fi *.1600 Tactical Support Center. By the Bel-Med Athletic Associationin
LOOK AT THESE GAS SAVER SPECIALS! Away virtue of his expertise, he has the capacity of baseball coach,
been selected numerous times to umpire and scorekeeper. His
71 TOYOTA CORONA COUPE 2Dr, H.T., represent COMPATWING considerable engineering design
4Spd, RH, W-S-W tires, Downer car, low $ 16 88 That's; all that separates you ELEVEN at various other talent has enabled him to assist in
mileage, Burnt orange color. from Woodlake Jackson- commands for coordination and the refurbishment of his community's -

7) GREMLIN 6cyl., fac air, PS, tinted ville's most spacious apart- development of programs and athletic facilities.
windows, radio, lugg. rack WW, price so $ 2688 ment Naval community Base. Quiet and wooded the techniques for the ASW and TSC Woodworking and cabinet makingare
low It's hard to believe. grounds surround the re- Community. His participation in also high on his leisure-time
these programs has earned him activity list and he excels in these
73 HORNET 6cyl., sed. 4dr., fact.alr, PS, sidences and extensive
two tone, blue & white, radio, WW $2688Core recreational facilities. Six several letters of appreciation for areas, too.
different floor plans let you such accomplishments as AWl Walker is currently at-
7J TOYOTA CARINA Extra nice car, 4 choose from luxury one two developing authentic computer- tending the University of North
spd., radio, local-one owner, reduced In $1988
and three bedroom acoustic
price for this ad. garden generated training tapes Florida, pursuing a Bachelor of
and three bedroom town- for the 14B44 P3C Orion training Arts Degree in Political Science.
71 DATSUN 510 Sedan,4spd. trans., radio, $1688 house styles. So if you'relookingforthefinestin device, and being a member of a He carries an above average load
WW, one owner, very clean, light green. living
which created Tactical
team
accommodations a of 20 quarter hours in addition to
71 VOLKSWAGEN Low mileage, local. the Buckman Bridge.woodlake.cross Magnetic Tape Library in sup- his military duties, and has a
one owner, 4 spd., radio& heat, light bluein $1688 port of device 14B44 and ad- grade point average which
color. Price low, don't miss this one. ditional Weapons Systems
makes him eligible for

71 TOYOTA COROLLA Station wagon, Trainers. graduation with honors.
AT, radio, WW, local-one owner, low $1888 A planned luxury Although Petty Officer Petty Officer Walker's
miles. community.woodlake. Walker's normal duties are as professional military goal, now,
is to be a Naval Flight Officer. He
71 TOYOTA CROWN Sedan, beige with Watch Team Supervisor of the
vinyl top AT, 6cyl., air, radio-heater, $1488 has recently applied and has been
Toyota's top of the line car. tentatively selected for Naval
1,2.3 Bedroom Flight Officer Candidate School.
71 TOYOTA Garden Apartments Diesel TractorTrailerdriver
COROLLA 1200 Sdr.sed.
the CNO
winners for
light blue In color, 4pd, r-h, extra clean $1388 3 Bedroom Townhouseswoodlake Although
car, local-one owner. training oy Ryder. Short Shore Sailor of the Year 1974
home study followed by on the-
6' competition are still to be announced
rig experience at one of our
70 TOYOTA COROLLA Station wagon, giant tng. centers. Approved for Petty Officer First
, aspd.trans.silver-grey In color, r-hWW, $1288 San Jose Blvd. at Vet.educ. Po local Info call 3557034 Class Kenneth D. Walker is a
real sharp car. Sunbeam Rd. RYDER TECH. INST. Fla. winner in his own right by virtueof
Nat'l I Bank Bldg. Suite 915.
Telephone 737-4881 his own excellence, ac
I Home office Atlanta Ga.
complishments, and goals.
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Lj X, SOFTBALL ROUNDUPSLOWPITCII MOTORS

Tuesday, May 28, was the]last Play Day for the season "Good 4SH Trans Normandy tatlon Blvd.at Low 71MW Costs"
for the Ladies Golf Association. With a score of 68, SOFTBALL INTRAMURAL F AST.PITCIISTANDINGS
STANDINGS
Cookie Kennedy won the Ace of Aces.Other winners i in AMERICAN LEAGUEW 6 70VWS.d.nRH Sedan RH si W W9VW
Low Net play were: First Flight Jeanie Belhobeckand L Mustang Fastback 3Spd.RH Sits
AMERICAN LEAGUE .
N VW Bus RH
Harriet Potter (tie for first), Lois Holt and Lassie VP-24N0.1 12 2 W L *9 Opel Wagon RH $79 Sits
Mahoney (tie for second), Penny Bennett (chip-ins); FALCONS 12 2 HOSPITAL 121,2 11,2 IS VW Bus $495
67 VW
VP-45 Ghia
Second Flight Laurie Klein (first), Helen Harrison ATC 10 4 FICEUR 9 5 "VW Fastback $495$795

(second); Third Flight Cynthia TaeuschfirstArlene( SUPPLY 7 7 7 7 MAD lIS-I FOXES 71,2 31,2 91,2 51,2 *MVW$Chevy Sedan PU Truck RH $495$795

Howell and Jeanie Muncie '(runner-up tie), Evelyn VP-5 6 8 MARINE BKS 1 11 67 Plymouth Wagon RH AC $ 95M
Roberts (chip-in); Marion Starnes won low net for the NDRC 5 9 LIONS 0 2 44 Ford Ford Van Wagon RH RH 6cyl $495$595
679th
Nine Hole Group and Genny Hanley had fewest putts. WEAPONS 5 9 49 Ford Sedan RH $S1S

The Spring Ringer Tourney was completed with the HS-lSNo.l 4 0 10 6 NATIONAL LEAGUE 45 66 VW Chevy Sedan R HAT RH $495$495

winners being announced at a Luncheon on Friday, May W L 63 PU Truck Econoline $395
31, at the home of Gloria Gortney in Orange Park. The NATIONAL LEAGUEW L NARJAX 12 2 45 44 VW Comet Sedan RH RH 6Cyl $395$395
PELICANS
winners were: 18-hole low gross Ruth Meaders ((63)), DENTAL 12 2 HUNTERS 9 4 Falcon RH 6C.,1 $395
First Flight low net Lois Holt (53)), Second low net VUM 10 4 No.1 2 61,2 5AIMD 9 44 Ford Fairlan $295

Bernice Anderson (54)), Second Flight low net Betty HC-2 9 5 EAGLES 1 3'.J _: PHONE 781-4978
Kelczewski (52)), Second low net Helen Harrison and COMMUN 9' 5 ,

Pat White (54)), Third Flight low net Evelyn Roberts AIMD FICEUR 8 7 7 6

and Pat Oglesby ((53)), Second low net Dot Davis (54)); CPW-11 5 9 apartments in a magnificent setting of live oak trees

Nine hole gross Marion Starnes ((42)), low net Genny MARTD 4 10
Hanley and second low net Jo Hogrefe.The VP-24 No.2 2 12
Sunday Mixed Events will continue for June and lIS-15 No.2 1 5

July, to be played on the third Sunday of each month. DRIVE THE .1800
Further details may be obtained from the NAS Golf
BIG RIGSTrain PARK AVE.
Shop. to drive tractor-trailers (U.S. 17))
The Men's Association will play a Scramble Tour- with comb'nation of home study
nament on Sunday, June 9. Following play, there will be and resident training at centers'Prepare one of. ORANGEPARK
our huge training
election of Officers for the
an next season. for a brighter future
and better pay. Effective
placement assistance provided.FOR .

THE ',HAREM *. RYDER LOCAL((904))TECH.355.7036 INFO INST.CALL -4F

Fla. Nat'l' Bank Bldg. Suite 915
e* r1r Jacksonville Fla.32202 I 'Phone 2641511
Open 4PMIALLNEWTOPLESSDANCERS! HOME OFF.ATLANTA GA. Minutes from JAX & NAS
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FAST PITCH LEAGUEThe VA-45 15-1 In the claybird action last week
Fast Pitch Softball League VA-174 14-2 the VA-37 Bulls still hold a one
closed out the first half of competition VA-IS 11.5 point lead over NAMTD. After
recently with AMD in VS-28 8-8 trouncing VA-45 on Tuesday the

undisputed 1st place. The 2nd of NAMTD 7-9 Bulls came back to face a strong __ i' .., ,
the season starts on June 10th and Weapons 6-10 NAMTD team. When the smoke '
should prove interesting as both FASO "B" 6-10 had cleared the two teams were
VA-174 and VA-45 are greatly Dental 4-12 tied with 72 broken birds apiece.

improved teams.STANDINGS VA-46 2-14 Due to prior committments a I ; e .
: NATIONAL LEAGUE shoot-off was not held but 'will L t4F'
AMD 15-2 Marines 13-2 continue as soon as VA-37 returns _
VA-45 14-3 VS-30 11-4 from, their deployment. The top rt-
< VA-174 13-4 VS-32 !9-6) guns of the two teams, Jim

VS-30 ,.N S 10-7 VA-105 !9-6) Hankins and Jim Otvos who each ..
fired rounds of will .. +M MM.dWMa hY1 p.
VS-32 9-8 VS-22 7-8 perfect 25, n n MCY'HYroM.MxPWIMM? m.w v .W.
Ops 4-13 face each other to determine the
Medical 7-8
LOW FLYING STOOF-VS-24 was recently deployed to Norfolk for a
VA-72 3-14 FASO"A" 3-12 winner. STANDINGS: week of Carrier Qualifications. Upon their return, CDR Zaludek, CO

VA-37 1-14 VA-37 7-0 of VS-24,was greeted with a new look from an old friend. His trusty old
SLOW PITCH LEAGUE JAX VRS.CECIL NAMTD No. 6-0 64'Olds station wagon had been painted the familiar grey and white of
the Cecil Field All Stars will VA-45 71- the S-2. The new paint fob was complete with prop arcs, squadron
This afternoon at 1630 the host NAS Jax on the North Fieldat VS-32 4-!
decals,and the squadron's red tail pipe. Above, CDR Zaludek acceptshis
winners of the two leagues will 1900 this Friday night. Jim Medical 3-2
car key from AMH3 Ward Quinn, those who are responsible for
clash for the first half cham Lee, Cecil Coach, has put a fine VA-IS 3-3 the skipper's surprise. However, Insplte of It's "new rsonnality",
pionship. The VA-45 Blackbirds, team together and should give NAMTD No.2 2-4
the skipper insists his S-2 wagon still won't do over 50 m.p.h.
winners of the American League the cross town rivals all they VS-24 2-6
with a 15-1 record, will be going want. Weapons 1-5 -- -- -
against the National League Starting at pitcher for the Cecil VS-28 1-5 Civil Service employees
champions the Marines with a 13- squad will be John Johnson with VA-46 0-7 I
2 record. VA-45 earned their Jim Brown on the sideline with a INTRAMURAL GOLF needed at Cecil FieldWe
playoff berth by defeating the leg injury. Coach Lee is still The VA-87 "Golden Warriors"
Hellrazors of VA-174 by 11-0. undecided who will throw the
continue their winning
ways number of should contact the
excect a large qualified
According to oddsmaker Phillipsof second but it will
promises
game defeating the Ops squad last
permanent Civil Service jobs to Employment Office Civilian
the BOQ the Marines big bats surprise everyone.< Friday 8 to Meanwhile VA-
,
be available at NAS Cecil Field Personnel Department, NAS
should carry them to victory. 15 took the measure of contenderby and tenant commands during the Cecil Field Building 39, extension -

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Jax--Last week's Monday his second place Lionheart
holiday put the NAS Jax to one win over the first team AMERICAN LEAGUE PACIFIC
place
American Bowling League out of Rotorheads but it didn't hurt the VV L LEAGUEW L
commission but the four other Kotorheads very much LATE CHARGERS 50 18 ONES BUNCH 48 20
leagues went at full force. three wins they did come as with the TEXACO STARS 49 19 CPOs 45 27
up
CONTINENTAL LEAGUEThe increased their league lead to BUXCH LEAGUERS- 43 25 PELLICANS 42 26
Gaffers increased their five games. HURRICANES 39 29 ADCOPS 42 26

Continental League lead from The Rotorheads and the PSSSSST 39 29 SPLITMAKERS No. 39 29
three to five games when they Lionhearts each rolled two SEA KINGS 33 35 TRIPPERS 37 31 6
swept all four from the second matches last week with both RED BARONS 28 40 HIGH LIFERS 28 40

place Thunderbolts last week. adding an additional three wins NFO 23 45 MAD FOXES No.2 26 42
The GEMS took three from the to their records. The Rotorheads MARINE BKS No.2 19 49 BUSCH BUDS 25 39
Screwballs to replace the took theirs against the Batmen MAD FOXES No.3 17 51 FASO 22 46

Thunderbolts in second and when No. 2 team the Lionhearts took CONTINENTAL LEAGUEW IIC-2 No.2 18 46

the Thunderbolts fell to third they theirs against the Splitmakers L ATLANTIC LEAGUE
found themselves in a tie for that No. 2The GAFFERS
25 W L
position with the Wreckers as the only other match in the GEMS 47 26 CONTROLLERS 43 21
42
Wreckers took three from the league not involving the top two THUNDERBOLTS 40 28 CPOs 40 28
Docs.John Leist helped the Docs teams
saw Roger Atchison roll a WRECKERS 40 32 AFEES 38th 29 J,2
salvage one win with his 200 213 and John Bender a 201 for the HELP 37 31 DIRTBALLS 38 26

game. Pin Busters when they took two in DOCS 34 30 MAD FOXES No.1 37 31
Other matches in the leaguesaw their match with Solex 5. FICEUR 5 31 37 ,SIX PACKS 362T
Help take three from PACIFIC LEAGUEA ZEROS 30 38 NARJAX 33th 3OJ,2
FICEUR 5 and Women's Lib take sweep of the Trippers was SCREWBALLS 27 41 BATMEN No. 1 29th 34th
two in their match with the Zeros. more than enough to keep Ones ROSE'S RAIDERS 23 45 BALLERS 28 24
ATLANTIC LEAGUEThe Bunch in first place in the Pacific WOMEN'S LIB 23 45 SEA HORSES 19 53 WATCH WHERE YOU WALK.Now
top spot in the Atlantic League last week. Dick Landon SPARKS 17 55D that summer Is hue so b ylsos !*?
League was still controlled by the contributed a 210 to the winning NATIONAL LEAGUEW Remember to dre- "" m
Controllers last week when effort. L going Into the woods or near bushes.

Robert Peacock's 208 helped The CPOs managed to stay in ROTOR HEADS 48 20 Let's hope that lovely Sunken Gardensmodel

them win three against the second even though they lost all LIONHEARTS 43 21 I Barbie Newsom doesn't run into
SOLEX5 28
Seahorses.All four to the Splitmakers. Sam 40 anything that would mar her pretty
PIN BUSTERS 39% 28%
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the positions directly under complexion.b
Bayeng rolled a 203 for the REBELS
39
37% %
the Controllers underwent some Splitmakers.The .
k drastic changes as the Dirtballsfell Pelicans and the ADCOPS MARINE BKS 31 32
SPLITMAKERS No.2 30 34
from second to fourth as a remained in a tie for the third
GUTTER RATS 33
result of having no matches last spot as the Pelicans lost three to ,29
BATMEN No.2 23 39
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week. Taking their place in FASO and the ADCOPS lost threeto WALLBANGERS 17 49
second were the CPOs as they HC-2 No.2""-2 benefited froma I
won four when the Sparks failed 205 rolled L> Manuel Cuevas. SH & CARRY!
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TRACK AND FIELD GOLF PLAYOFFS DEPENDENT '4 _

MEET TODAY START TOMORROWJax
RECREATION:
Jax The annual In- The WA& Jax

tramural Track and Field Intramural Golf Playoffsfor CENTER HOURS SET

meet will be held today the station crown are Jax The Dependent :'> -'-- :: -

(June 6)) beginning at 1:30 scheduled to get underway
Recreation Center is now
p.m. Units are asked to tomorrow (June 7)). The
open daily from 8 a.m. to ;
have all participants exact time will be
4:30: for all depen-
p.m.
checked in by 1 p.m. determined once a two-
dents and their guests.
welcomedto tie for first in the 4
Spectators are way
Starting June 10 the hours d 4a
attend the meet which American League and a
will be 8 a.m. to 8:30:
will be held on the track three-way tie for second in p.m.
Monday throught Friday.On .
located on Allegheny the National League have
Saturdays the hours
Street south of the NATTC been settled. NarJax and
will be 9:30: a.m. to 11 p.m.
Service Station. the Pelicans are vying for a
and Sunday from 12 noon ',..$
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MISS THE SAILING the first spot in the
'
to 8 p.m.Recreation. I.re ,sr .
MEETING? American while Supply, kI

Jax An organizational MARTD and FASO fight it leaders will

meeting for all hands out for second in the be Guy Matthews and Elen 4

interested in entering a National League. Smalling. They will be I Af

sailing team in the In- SMALL ARMS here to organize and assistin

tramural Sailing Programwas RANGE CLOSEDJax sports activites.

held yesterday the The NAS Jax

NAS Marina. If you missedthe Small Arms Range is now The Dependent

meeting, call the closed for maintenanceand Recreation Centeris

Marina at Ext. 3260 as repairs in preparationfor located in Bldg. 523.

soon as possible. and conduct of the Various activities include

SWIMMING MEET Sixth Naval District Rifle basketball, volleyball,

NE ,.WEEK and Pistol Championship ping pong, badminton and

Jax The annual NAS Matches. It will be closed pool. Phone Ext. 3127 for

Jax Intramural Swimmingmeet until June 17. more information.

will be held on June

13 at the NAS Indoor Pool.If .

you or your command

would like to compete, call THE FISHING KING does it again! By proclamation from JackieL.
the NAS Athletic Office at Support Navy Relief .Tindel,the fishing in the Oklawaha River is 4.0. This fine stringer of
Shell Crackers and Blue Gill averaging a pound or more apiece, was
Ext. 3239 for more information
caught Saturday,June 1st. The king's daughter, Tammie, is having a
hard time as she proudly shows off her father's catch.'TTGX .

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