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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: June 13, 1974
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Over the years our country has changed, and so has our flag-from a
DIVERS HELP NAVY RELIEF -- Capt. Sherman E. Wright (Right), Executive Secretary of the
circle of 13 stars in 1777 to a field of 50 as we know it today. The basic
banner of 13 alternating red and white horizontal stripes, however, is Navy Relief Fund Raising Drive,accepts a check from the NAS Jax Skin and Scuba Diving Club from
the same as the original design adopted by a resolution of the Continental Jim Donnelly, Lt. Doug Miller and Vera Braun. The club raised the money with a "Think Wet"
Congress in Philadelphia on 14 June 1777. display June 1 with divers submerged in an outdoor pool playing chess and checkers, reading books

During the intervening 197 years of changing conditions, our countryhas and eating lunch.After draining the pool,the divers gathered up $70.72.

continued to live and exercise its underlying basic freedoms: free-

dom of religion, of speech, of the press, of the right to trial by jury, of codes scuttledCoded
Discharge
education and others. Today, as in the past, Americans are faced with
the responsibilities that go along with these freedoms.

Federal information will no insure that information on discharge Components Personnel and Administration
employees warnedof longer be included on discharge documents is readily understandable Center, Box 12479,

documents according to a Ser- to the veteran, and Olivette Branch, St. Louis, Mis
false insurance claimsJax vicewide directive issued by Sec- to avoid the potentiality of unde- souri 63132.
retary of Defense James R. sirable discrimination against an

The Civil Service Commission has noted that Schlesinger. The coded information individual resulting from misin- .
which appeared! on Reports of terpretation of the codes. Secre- Navy: Chief, Bureau of
certain insurance in this
companies operating area are
Naval Personnel Pers Department
Separation, and in some in- tary Schlesinger has stated that ( 38)), -
soliciting Federal employees to subscribe to a "sup- stances, separation orders, in- undesirable discrimination was of Navy,'Washington,

plemental insurance plan for Federal employees." cluded the reason for discharge in never intended, whatever the circumstances D.C. 20370.

One report was made of Federal employees being the form of a Separation Program of an individual's Air Force: Air Force Military

contacted by insurance agents who are apparently NumberSPN)and Reenlistment separation from active duty. Each Personnel Center (DPMDR), !

posing as Federal representatives.Various Eligibility(RE)code. individual will continue to have Randolph AFB, Texas 78148. (It
In addition the discon-
to
access to a narrative descriptionof is preferable however for former
sales promotions directed to employees by ,
tinuance of these codes in
current the reason and authority for his
USAF members to make
these companies may be misleading since the languagemay and future discharges, proce- discharge and reenlistment eligi- through a local base personnel requests of.

give the impression that the insurance being offered dures have been established, bility, if he or she requests the in fice.)
is associated with the Federal Employees Group since May 1,1974,for the deletionof formation.
Life Insurance Program. this information from the Veterans who wish to have the Marine Corps: Commandant
documents of former service SPN and RE code deleted from his U.S. Marine Corps
Personnel should be assured that these
offerings are members who request such a de or her copy of,the DD Form.214, (MSRB-10)), Headquarters, U.S.
not sponsored in any way by the U.S. Civil Service letion. In these instances, a new "Report of Separation From Active Marine Corps, Washington, D.C.
Commission and have no connection with its existing copy of the original form will be Duty," (or from previous edi 20380.

insurance program. provided with the codes deleted. tion of the form)may apply to the Requests should include name
The purpose of this change is tow respective former Service to have social security number, military
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the codes deleted from personal service identification number

ells copies of the form. Requests dates of service, and a copy of the
should be mailed to the following DD Form 214 in question. Further

I addresses: information is available at local

..Army: Commander, Reserve military personnel offices.

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training centralizedJax

neTgh. NAVALAIR STATIONPROTESTANT
The Chief of Naval Education and Training has
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"It Orland"S..ntln.1tt Sunday announced that most Naval Flight Officer (NFO)

Divine Worship 6.30 a.mat training will be centralized at NAS Pensacola, effective
All Saints Chapel. by the end of July..
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.::t:.;<" ...:..;:: :::. :,::: : 'AK:: <<:,g:;;:::;rt:1IT: : '::: : ;:' Church Divine School Worship 9:30:11 a.m.a.m. at A training squadron presently located at NAS Glynco

. ;bf. All Junior Saints Youth Chapel.Fellowship Ga. will transfer to Pensacola and become part of

J) A 12:30: p.m. Senior Youth Training Air Wing Six; meanwhile, Training Air Wing
<:; JAX AIR NEWSThe : Fellowship 1:30 p'.m. Eight at Glynco will be disestablished.
n H Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
n n at the Small Chapel. The moves are part of the 1973 shore establishment
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q.. H Tuesday realignment program and are designed to consolidate

d r. Senior Choir Rehearsal 7p.m. certain training by eliminating instructionalstaffs.
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed fA duplicate
at Bldg. 750 and .
} each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, Christian
Science Service 0p.m
L by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm All Copy submittedfor N at the Small Chapel. NFOs are aviation officers who of
f" use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public : perform a variety
Affairs Office, Box 2. NAS Jacksonville by 12:00: noon on Monday NAVALHOSPITALDivlna aerial tasks other than aircraft control, including
before publication News items are welcomed from all sources. '
navigation radar
Worship lOa.", at intercept and combat information
Telephone 772-3118 or 311V.
St. Lukes. coordination.
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race,
creed,color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or patron.A Protestant NATTC Worship
confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal opportunities
Service, 10:30 a.m. in
vertising from by an that advertiser source."will result in the refusal to print ad. Building 500. Let's Clean Up AmericaFor

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries con CATHOLICSaturday
,: cerring such should be directed to: Our
St. Edward's Mass 5 Chapel p.m. at L 200th Birthday

'1.. THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and 11

i! ,/ 4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 am Tuesday Dally Thursday Mass-Monday and

;)j "" :-" f Telephone 387 35o6. Friday,11 .30 a.m. Wed.
MfM'1E1t nesday Mass 11:30 a.m. at
the Naval Hospital Chapel.
VOL. 32 NO. 13 JUNE 13, 19741 Saturday Confessions 4:30: FRONT'
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Jax Cdr. William A. Finn became
NARF's Executive Officer Friday relieving Cdr. Henry C.
North, Jr. I
Cdr. North who served as NARF Production Officer before assuming the duties of Executive
.t../ Officer in May 1970 is scheduled to report to Hayes International Corp. in Dothan Ala. as Naval
Plant Representative for Naval Air Systems Command Representative,Atlantic Fleet. Au
A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Cdr. Finn enlisted in the Navy in 1951. He received an appointment to ''
the U.S. Naval Academy in the Class of 1957 and is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School
in Monterey Calif.,where he earned a Master's Degree in Aeronautical Engineering.
i: Cdr, Finn became a naval aviator in 1959, followed by A-4 replacement pilot training at Moffett
Field Calif.
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..,.' a'" In April 1960 he was assigned to duty with Attack Squadron 195, flying A-4C aircraft. He later
X']:; served as squadron Quality Control Officer Assistant Administrative Officer, Weapons Officer and
Assistant Operations Officer. F

1 \ Following postgraduateschool and A-4 refreshing training at NAS Lemoore, Calif., Cdr. Finn was
1 "_t assigned to VA-163 aboard the USS Oriskany.

Cdr. FinnFATHER'S After completing two years with the F-111 System Program Office at Wright-Patterson AFB in
June 1969, he became Assistant STRAAD Officer at NAS Cubi Point and received the Navy
DAY Achievement Medal for that tour of duty.
In July 1970 Cdr. Finn reported to the staff of Commander Naval Air Forces, U.S. Atlantic Fleet Cdr. North
as Attack Class Desk Officer.

He was a member of the NAVAIR team designated to reorganize the Fleet Air Mediterranean _
Repair Activity during this period and also performed the collateral function of Carrier-Air Wing
Readiness Program Manager for the USS Independence (CV62CVW7. For his accomplishments We've Changed our Name
while attached to COMNAVAINT Staff he was presented the Navy Commendation Medal. but the SERVICE Is the Same
Cdr.Finn reported to NARF as RA-5C Weapon System Manager last August. at...
'' Cdr Finn and his wife the former Jane Shaw
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charge to the PWOC incoming officers during Sunday's Installation
i Services. The new officers are (L-R): Jan Heiss, Secretary..
Treasurer Diane McPhail, President; and Reta Oft, Vice-President.

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IN APARTMENT LIVING recognized Sunday for their contributions to the life and work of the Chapel. Shown are: (Front Row
L.R) Diane McPhail, Beverly Daub and Jan Goble. (Back Row L-R) Betty Goad, Jan Heiss, Helen
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Spacious rooms, wide windows "
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DIRECTIONS Between scholarships this year from the attending Jacksonville University.The .
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Minutes away via new I 1-295.
Those selected are: JOWC awards scholar.
Steven Zimmerman, son of
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Susan Beatty, daughter of Cdr. and Mrs. Willard C, Zimmerman
daughters of regular or,retired
ictired Navy CWO and Mrs. Steven is a graduate of
Navy or Marine Corps officers.
Orange Park High School and
Quanor C. Beatty. This is the
third year the University of will be attending the University
i Florida junior has received the of Florida. Applications for the 1974.75
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Robert J. Fitzsimmons, son of writing to the Bureau of Naval
HIGH PERFORMANCE t CENTER Kangas, daughter of retired LCdr. and Mrs. Robert J. Personnel Dependent's
retired LCdr. and Mrs. Robert T, f Fitzsimmons and a graduate of Scholarship Program ,

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Jax-Cdr.Tom Golder and Ens.Rick White from VT-2 NAS Whiting,arrived here recently on a T-
28 cross-country hop. .
n t + Training flights are usually pretty routine,but this particular flight had a special meaning for the
two participants.It .
was a homecoming for two former VP-45"Pelicans".
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1'r GF .7tt Cdr. Golder,now VT-2's commanding officer,was a member of VP-45 from 1965 to 1967, deploying
am to Adak, Alaska. .
Ens.White was a"Pelican"from 1968 to 1970 as an AW3 before enrolling in the NESEP program at
North Carolina State University. He graduated and was commissioned in the class of 1973 and began
flight training in Pensacola last September.
When Cdr. Golder learned Ens.White had been a "Pelican",he suggested that they make the trip
here during the Day Navigation phase of training.
Ens.White will soon be leaving Whiting for the multi-engine syllabus at NAS Corpus Christie and,
who knows,might be coming back to VP-45 again as a PPC.
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traffic violations for month to Other Violations 47
date: Twelve drivers appeared I.:
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis before their Commanding Officers _
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This month year ago 333 include the following: BACK AT THE ROOST Cdr. Tom Golder (Left) and Ens. Rick White, both former VP-45
Total accidents this year 220 ... One lost driving and parking "Pelicans",talk about the"good old days"after arriving here for a visit with the squadron.
Total accidents year ago 498' privileges aboard station.
Number of injuries this month 1 None assigned to complete
Number of injuries this month Motorcycle Defensive Driving
year ago 2 Course. Six Admin. Action. One Per
Day
NUMBER OF MOVING Article 15-UCMJ.''Three warnings
VIOLATIONSThis given. One Dept. Head Counsel. RENT and 7<
month 55 Two dismissed. Twenty-nine .'
Speeding 2 fined U.S. Magistrate. Thirteen Per Mile
Reckless Driving, 0 were military.
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Back pay Bill passed ;,



3.5 million to benefitJax


-The Senate has passed and sent to the President for signaturea
Bill which would allow Federal agencies including the military to
make retroactive salaries to more than 3.5 million military personnel
white collar civilians and Government retirees.
The action stems from a judicial ruling that restored a previously
delayed pay raise.A .
pay hike for military people and white collar civilian workers had
been scheduled to take effect Oct. 1, 1972 but it was delayed by
Executive Order until Jan. 1, 1973. r p M
That Order was subsequently reversed by the U.S. Court of Appeals
and the differences due for that three-month period will be paid to
those military and civilian personnel who were eligible to receive the
raise at that time.

According to the Office of the Navy Comptroller the money will be
paid in the form of Lump Sum payments. 11w p S"
It's expected that payments for Naval personnel on active duty who
were on active duty between Oct. 1, 1972 and Jan. 1, 1973 will begin
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legislation.The VP-49 MAKES ITS OWN MUSIC-'The "Woodpeckers" of VP-49 have something special to help
payment schedule for other personnel including white collar them pass their spare time during their deployment to Kef lavik, Iceland: the"49er Band".The group
civilian workers will be promulgated at a later date. started out playing country and western,then branched into rock and bluegrass. They play at station
clubs and squadron parties and recently received a Letter of Appreciation from the HAS Keflavik
skipper for their assistance to a USO group visiting the base. The"boys in the band"are: Lt. Jules
Craynock, Lt (fig| ) Ken Ives, AT2 Charlie Rewis, AW2 John Brantly, AFCM Don Tomer, AWAN
Charles Kelly and AW2 Tony Chantree.


PERPETUALMONEY PLAN SecNav wants conservation ideasJax


The Secretary of the proved utilization or con- and civilian are being urged to
J Navy is encouraging all military servation of energy. utilize the Cash-Incentive
md civilian personnel to submit Only a few suggestions have Awards Program to grant
Retirementincome :suggestions on ways to combat been received to date relating to honorary as well as cash awards,
he energy crisis. energy conservation which indicates where appropriate to personnelwho
Types of suggestions being a need to emphasize and make outstanding con
sought are those dealing with the publicize the Suggestion tributions to energy con
and :operations and maintenance of Program as a means to assist the servation.
a buildings, plants motorized President's program to reduce Supervisors are encouraging
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I 'Operation' Teenager what I did. I Io1

where I am because of .


.... By Lt.Mike O'Connell You don't have to follow me here
}, They say that experience is the The Operation Teenager Team\
best teacher. But when it comesto led by Correctional Supervisor
negative experiences, perhapsits Lt. Ralph James, makes visits to
best to learn from the groups of young people
mistakes of others. throughout the state. High
It is with this idea in mind that schools, civic groups, and now
members of the "Operation NAS Jax are benefiting from this
Teenager" team make periodic exciting and moving program.
visits to the NAS Jax Correc- Keeping to a rather full
s tional Center schedule, the team arrived at
I Operation Teenager team 10a.m. on June 4th. Each
members are prisoners at the member recounted his story to
'j' Union (State) Correctional In- the assembled confinees at the
Florida. Correctional Center. After a brief
.\ stitution in Raiford,
These young men,mostly in their respite for lunch,it was off to the
t. early to mid-twenties, relate the base theater for a two hour
process and experience that leadto presentation open to the NAS
t... their incarceration. The experiences Community,Following a stormy
in many cases, question and answer session,
parallel those of the Naval they returned to the Correctional
personnel confined at the Center. The team members and
Correctional Center, The Team Navy confinees broke up into ten-
members discuss the experiencesand man workshops. Here
relate the reevaluation discussions took on a more
process that they'd gone through personal tone, and the confinees
while in prison. could ask questions and voice
Jerry is in a state prison for his their observations in an informal
third time; Al is facing a 75 year setting.
T. < 'I : < sentence; Richard is a black man The Operation Teenager Team
"THIS IS WAY'IT IS"- Richard makes his point during the informal workshop. who felt that society's oppressionof left at 5 P.M., tired but feeling
I him and his people justifiedany that they had effectively made
illegal acts he might commit their point. That evening at the
----- ; Dee was shot five times in Correctional Center, the con
Drive to R&S TEXACO for their fantastic...
an attempted armed robbery. finees were still talking about the
Their common conclusion I'm day's exciting and eye-opening
where I am because of what I did. program.



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"THE OPERATION TEENAGER STORY"is a serious one, as the Inmates'.faces clearly show.
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JUNE 13, 1914Hairy'
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I issues nothing new to militaryHair I



that "Sideburns will be neatly
used to be used to stuff the cavalry that continued to as effective against the Indians if memo"are the requirements'neat and well trimmed and not extend below
mattresses. Today it inspires rebellion wear beards and moustaches not as well known was George soldiers present a the bottom of the lobe
appearance', that 'the ear will be
among the through the early part of the 19th Crook who adopted the unmili- groomed
younger
gen
and bulk of the hair will of even width(not flared). Beards
eration thoughts harking backto century and into the Civil War. tary practice of braiding his flow. length and moustaches must be
a neatly
ragged
"the good old days" among the Most photos of infantrymen in ing beard and tying it behind his not be excessive or extreme present appear- trimmed and not be of a ragged
older generation, and inspiredor those days show clean shaven neck. unkempt or
uninspired-prose by writers. faces, and for good reason since With the turn of the 20th century ance',." for such improper ap appearance. The policy au
thorizes full and partial beards
Hairy issues have long plaguedthe many were teenagers who could the American male began to pearance is "totally unacceptable ,
to the van dykes and goatees.
military services. At the turn not have grown a beard had they patronize the barber shop and as well "as damaging
of the 19th century some changeswere wanted to. hair styles got progressively shorter Army image
A writer for the Blue
initiated in the U.S.Army by In the Indian Wars the cavalry Today, however the trend Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt'sZGram Ridge a
the Navy'shair publication of the 80th Division
Brig. Gen. James Wilkinson. He as in previous decades continuedto has reversed itself and some old 70 amplifies
that (Training), sums the situationas
ordered that hair should be short wear moustaches or beards timers despairing of changingthe grooming policy stating up
enough that it did not need tying Members of one Iowa cavalry hair styles of the youngsters "The exact maximum length of well as any: "Hair should not
but. be the issue and in fact it's
hair is longer specified not
back and that no
sideburns shouldnot regiment grew a novel adornment are beginning to join them.A
come below the bottom of the called a Lushbaugh named aftera recent Army memo notes that Guidelines provide that hair will really the issue at all. What's at
ear. Most men followed orders but government official who, it was the Chief of Staff has determinedfrom not touch the collar of the uniform stake is the military's old-style
that it will be neatly tapered discipline whether or not social
one rugged individualist. Col. rumored was usually drunk. inspections reports and personal ,
Thomas Butler of the 2d Infantry These differed from sideburns in observation that "the new will not fall below the eye conformity directives' can be
Regiment, refused. Though that they did not connect with the Army haircut policy prescribed in brows when uncovered and will made for men to follow and
courtmartialled several times for moustache. Army Regulation 600-20 [lis) not bush out below the band of whether these directives can be

his refusal to cut his hair he wore George Armstrong Custer was being exceeded by many person. properly worn headgear. and are enforced."

it long until his death in 1805. called Long Hair} by the Indians. uu..u.u__ __'JO... Y.. =...... ...__
In the U.S. Army it was usually Another hirsute general equally nel."Of importance"continues the ,' ft'if.A"f.. .,-ii>;: ,. <".r.\tfh,,.., ..(n M>,,<.,..1W.. :,,.,.,.. ,,;Q.,,, :..';:.' .
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r; 'me1 NOW OPEN t L 'TORRANCE'S I KITCHEN


Jax Another reader answered the call from Torrance's Kitchen
featuring ti last week by sharing with us the recipe featured this week. Our thanksto

I S Mrs. Dorothy Jones, Supervisor of the NAS Jacksonville Word

ALL YOU CAN EAT! t Processing Center


I i Ma r SPAGHEuIwj : Coca-Cola Cake

: 1 cup coca-cola .. 2 eggs, beaten
k 2 cups plain flour 1 teaspoon soda

2 cups sugar 1 one-third cups miniature
fti 3 tablespoons cocoa marshmallows
} '\ililt.e COMPLIMENTARY J 2 sticks oleo 1 teaspoon vanilla

a triP CA O WINE OR BEER s Vt cup buttermilk

(SERVPn AT ROOSEVELT BLVD ONLY)
rr Also Combine flour and sugar in bowl. In saucepan,heat cocoa, oleo, and

$r HOMEMADE SAUSAGE LASAGNE BONELESS CHICKEN VEAL PARMIGIANA rf coca-cola to boiling. Pour over flour mixture. Beat together eggs
PIZZAS STEAKS EGGPLANT SCAMPI t, soda and buttermilk; add marshmallows and vanilla. Add to other
ingredients and beat well. Pour Into greased and floured 10 x 13 inch
}r COMPLETE TAKE OUT SERVICE { cake pan.Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.

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: 3 tablespoons cocoa
1 cup chopped pecans or walnuts
8&f88& 6 tablespoons coca-cola


Heat oleo, coca-cola and cocoa to boiling. Pour over sugar. Beat

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training Dy Ryder Short Orange TOUGH MACHINE IS NOW AT BUZARD MOTORS. And what
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New Park Cedar Hills
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home study followed by on the. makes the ATX-70 so tough? Everything. From the engineering and
Venetla
rig experience at one of our area. design to the components.Take .

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Vet.educ. Fo" local Info call 355. ::::l engine, as they do all components, to isolate vibration for less wear and
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LFRA 91 HIGHLIGHTSJax Q et1

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Fleet Reserve Association (FRA) Branch 91 will hold its S:2 m

annual flag burning ceremony July 4 at 2 p.m. at the Branch home \ '
(5391 Collins Road). 7-- '"
Branch 91 will dispose of any unserviceable National Ensigns that
anyone wishes to receive a meaningful and honorable deposition.As ig ?' 6-196
far as can be determined by Branch officials, this is the only such :: ," ': !,*L
ceremony in northern Florida and perhaps in the entire state. ,: ..' The American Revolution
Friends and neighbors of Branch 91 are cordially invited to turn .1 : Bicentennial Administration
unserviceable flags over to any of the following people: B. E. Henke, J t' (ARBA) in cooperation with the
AIMD Avionics (Bldg. 824, Cecil Field); John Aken, AOMD, NAS Jax; Z u i 1'a United States Mint and United
any Branch 91 officer; or at the Branch home. i States Postal Service will be releasing
The public is invited to attend. for sale to the general
Branch 91's Ladies Auxiliary will sponsor a Fathers Appreciation r' public on July 4, 1974 in Philadelphia
Party June 14 at the Branch home starting at 7:30: p.m.A its 1974 Philatelic-
covered dish dinner will be served,followed by a dance. Numismatic Combination (PNC)
Pork will be the main course on the menu.tHE package for$5.00.
r'w. The PNC will feature the 1974
,
Bronze Medal honoring John
> Adams and the First Continental

:HAREM: Congress 1974 Bicentennial, together Stamps with the feature four

r y ing Independence Hall, Carpenters
s' Hall, and two credos from the
Open 4PM! .
ALL NEWTOPLESS DANCERS "' 11 ....' First Continental Congress and
the Declaration of Independence.The .
TOPLESS GO-GO4PM-2AM AFCM Pritchard Retires AFCM Lowell Pritchard is piped over
medal will be mounted in the
Raised Show Bar the'side at HC-2 after completing 20 years of Naval service..Master
10 W. Church St. 3589678NOW r, Chief Pritchard spent the last three years as the "Fleet Angels"Leading transparent aperture of a presen
tation envelope, to which will be
Chief Petty Officer.

o _._._._._ _._ _._ _U_U_U_UI, --...........-......-............... .......... ..'.. .......................................... affixed the Bicentennial postage stamps commemorative

I j : : .' .:)./J..,.,(...(...:....:..',...:.:.;:;:.'.,.'..:..{(..;::::::.:.... :....;.)...\ : post-marked in Philadelphia July
OPEN. c 4, 1974, the first day of issue.
.. [ MERIT PROMOTIONSJax J This special offer will last for

.. -. one month-July 1 through July
: AP" 31. Send a check or money order
.'Ln. $\ The following positions have been advertised under the accompanied by the purchaser'sname
.) '' Jacksonville Merit Promotion Program since our last issue: and address to AREA P.O.

.. / No. 125-74: Liquid Fuels Distribution Systems Operator Leader, Box 1976, San Francisco, California .
I /// .1 'fl 'nttl. =, '., ', I I,1C1 No. 126-74: Heavy Mobile Equipment Mechanic Foreman, WS-10 John Adams (1735.1826), wasa
I //L / r.c, 'i' 4'f Closing Date: June 27 Eastern Seaboard Navy&Marine Corps. Boston lawyer who became a

\ M 9f i J / No. 127.74: Supervisory Clerk-Typist, GS-322-4. Closing Date: June 24 prominent leader for independence -
... Al1ii111At1111" l.d'if: 1888)I J". I Local MP area. and the second President of
.. .... 1&1116:: ;. No. 128-74: Welder (Aircraft) A (Instructor), WG-12 Closing Date: the United States. His role in the
\11'. I ..' June 25 Local MP area. emergence of the American Re.
till ... ; _:\ All career and career-conditional employees are urged to look for public was initially one of mod.
<< .
a the Merit Promotion announcements on the official bulletin boards in eration toward the Revolution.

Fish ft ChIps. . . .. .. . . 1.39 I their work areas at least once a week for new announcements.There Adams based his opposition to
I delightfully crisp golden iceberg filets are many announcements that are open continuously. British policies
on strictly legal
I small order . .. . . . . .89 t Copies of these are available at the Rating Branch, Civilian Per- grounds, and at first disapprovedof

P.g-legf ft ChIps. . . . .. . 1.39 e sonnel Department, Bldg. 907, Room 111A. both mob violence against officers
I miniature chicken drumsticks ,0 Employees should contact the Rating Branch, Ext. 2320, Civilian of the Crown and complete
a Personnel Department, to inquire about positions in which they are from
Treasure Chest . . . .. . 1.69 I interested. independence Britain.
fish & chips peg-legs. slaw Adams was elected to the First
Continental Congress and servedin
Golden Fried ShrImp. . . . . 2.29 NARF supervisor named succeeding congresses until
I
& with slaw
I shrimp chips t the end of 1777. In the conciliatory

Fried Clams . ;.. . ; .'. . . 1.79; I to national VP positionJax but principled spirit of the
with slaw First Congress, Adams helped
.
i
i Oysters . . ... . . .-. . 1.99 draft a declaration on the rights of
Don Rohweller, NARF Power Plant Superintendent, was the colonials, and an address to
I Pieces of Eight . . . . . 3.99 elected as National Vice-President of East Coast Naval Air Stations at the King on their behalf.In .
8 pieces of our fish enoughfor the annual convention of the National Council of Naval Air Stations the Second Continental Con
the entire crew e Association held recently in Washington, D.C. gress, Adams emerged as a force

Silver's Slaw ... .. .<. . .'.' .. . 35 I Rohweller, Milton Eddings of NARF and Thelmon Chastain of ful partisan for complete independence
a keg of slaw . . . . . . .89 Public Works represented the Jacksonville association. from Britain, 'and
I During their stay in Washington, they visited the offices of served with Thomas
.' Jefferson on
e Corn on the C b.J. ; ..F. . . 35
i Congressmen Bennett, Chappel, Fuqua and Sikes, as well as Senators the committee which drafted the

Chips . . . . . . . 35 Chiles and Gurney. Declaration of Independence.
Delegates from all industrial naval air stations were present to
e Hush Puppies. ...............' 3 6for for .12.18 discuss national level projects with top miliatry and civilian managersof .....u .........
the Department of Defense, Navy Department, Civil Service

Desserts... . . . .. . . 29 I IEr Commission and the Office of Civilian Manpower Management.Capt. .
.W.G. Sizemore, NAS Jax C.O., and Capt. C. E. Boeing, NARF
0' Majesty's Brew . . . . . 25 I skiDDer, also attended the conference.
.' ruby-rich tea, hot or cold ,

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I Drinks. : . . . . '. .20 t .25 i:' :' ':.:. 1 TIMUQUANATERRACE
.Coke, Sprite, orange, coffee
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,I "stowed to go"e 't't'S'S NIGHTLY Apartments

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I i' ,- i Hours: Sun.thru Thurs. 11-9 Friday&Saturday 11.10 -' ., 8:30: pm til 1:30: am Pool. Patios.Balconies

i : 650 Park Avenue, I ',* + Cocktail Hour 5.] pm Modern WTW Central Kitchen Carpet-Crapes Heat Appliances& Air


I Orange Park .,*""f ? .:!:'::ow..,. Laundry Room
I I IU 1 BR FURNISHED
.r II SPECIALRATES
per person
I FOR SERVICEMEN '600 double occupancy $120 up

J! GL: Entertainment Nitely. Quarterdeck Lounge A Dine at Biter's Seafood 2 BR FURNISHED
ono
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
$170
1 Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking. up
j 1I 2'1 miles from NAS Jax
cJohn-Silver
I 10 miles from NAS Cecil

.1 SEAFOOD SHOPPES j '" JA&KlDNVl1.E' 514 SEABOARD AVE.
(Just of I Timuquana)
,. 'Where Seafood ii out$p< i 9'' 901 Main Street Phone
355-J744
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-- CALL: 387-3566 Movie Schedule


Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
arriving too late for this deadline will published i
otherwise A check z xyttxrJSsxzx;
strutted or money for he jr--- -. _. 0"
RATE: minimum' charge (U lines) ..
.n.50 Per additional line ((4 words per e-) Thursday June 13 Sunday,June 16"STANLEY"
Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO., 4565 SHIRLEY AVE., JACKSONVILLE 32210! "DAY FOR NIGHT" Comedy, Horror Drama,

Starring Francois Truffant and Starring Stanley Chris Robinson

nOUSE FOR RENT Jacqueline Bisset. "PG" ((116 "PG" (107 min.)

EMPXOYMENTjSECREIARY REAL ESTATE. .:.0...:'. .)(>!.ifi 3BR., 2BA., LR, DR, Den, Double- min.) Monday,June 17
garage, near S.B. Jennings School "THE MACK" Action Drama,
TRAILER LOTS WITH Available 264.3210
Aug.
ACREAGE or 2644798.
Five days a wk., good salary, must be Two up to twenty acre, Tracts Smile Friday. June 14 Starring Max Julien and Don

(good typist, 388.7676 American In.sur.nce radius Cecil Field & 1-295 $2,000.00 to 3BR., 1VJBA. HOUSE "CARRY ON HENRY" Gordon. "R" ((109 min.)

Agency $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far Utility room, eat-in kit., fncd. yd., Comedy, Starring Sidney James Tuesday, June 18 v
l| MHaMMMHMMi HBMMMMMMMI MMMMITEMPORARY below near-future values. Call Tony Cedar Hills, 771-1996 or 2648862.JUilISSTRAILER and Kenneth Williams. "PG" ((91 "GEORGE" Comedy, Starring
INDUSTRIAL HELP- George, 389.5514, Eve. 7711976.
min.) Marshall Thompson and Jack
1 PICK YOUR OWN WORK DAYS WYNNE REALTYOF FLORIDA
j if you have any days with 8 to 10 hrs. Realtors' Specialist3BEDROOM&DEN I.M .!.I, NQ1 ES f Mullaney. "G" (93 min.)

j free, and would like to earn extra PARK Saturday.June IS Wednesday,June 19
I have numerous lobs "DEADLY CHINA DOLL" "FANTASTIC PLANET"
money, we 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern
available with warehouses, factories Cedar Hills area, W.* carpet, outside trailer and apts. 3893007. Action Melodrama, ''Starring Animated Cartoon, Starring
Import firms, etc. Pay ranges from storage, & Patio. $3,800 eq., $77. mo.
Angela Mao and Carter Huang. Jennifer Drake and Sylvia
$2.00 hr. up. We now have an office in pymts. Call 781.2920 anytime.
Cedar Hills for your convenience for WE BUY AND SELLGOODUSEDMOBILE "R" (94 min.) Lenoir. "PG" ((85 min.)

further Info. Call 355.2738 fromIOA.M VERY NICE HOMES
' .-3P.M.GETTING 3BR., Home with AC 8. range serving Phone 381-419.
bar between kitchen & LR, fncd. -

READ4'TO RETIRE backyard JACK only $17,000.FOREHAND BE YOUR LET YOUR DOWN RENT PAYMENT. Right in the middle of thingsNEAR

Or Just Getting Out Corp. Realtor-M.L.S.711.3366 DEPOSIT REQUIRED
Why not investigate a new career with SUMIT MOBILE HOMES
I
the oldest, largest, and most 5210 Phillips,Highway,laj-9422 : Navy bases, 1-10
respected security company in the OAKHILL PARK BRING THIS AD FOR $100.OFF
world Full time positions are Delightful 4BR., 2BA., home in settled shopping centers, Lamplighter .
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available as security officers, with neighborhood, Den W-fireplace, wife. downtown
opportunities for advancement. All saver kitchen, CA&H, garage, $35,000. SKYLINE 2BR. FULLY FURN.
uniforms and equipment furnished. PRICE IS RIGHT Country Colonial,S4795. Clubhouse with card and'
Free life Insurance, paid vacationsand 2BR., Home with Ig.yd. 8.lots of trees, Call Ed at 7710275.lISANSRORTATIONl. billiard rooms; swimming 1 sas
profit. sharing to those who completely fenced, W-W carpet, only pool; tennis and
qualify $14,500 choose terms.PRICEDREDUCED. I play courts; children's

APPLY PINKERTONSOF FLORIDA playground CECiL
4040 Woodcock Drive,Suite 108 Neat 2BR. Home, separate DR, 1948 VOLKSWAGENLow Spaces for $50-$60 FIELD wAs
carpeted, air conditioned util.! shed,
Phone 38-7317
Mil.
new rebuilt engine, looks a month JAX
Equal Opportunity Employer completely fncd. at only $13,500. good, runs good, best offer. 771-8030
BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPEDYard after 6P.M.
with fncd. back, 3BR., 2BA.,
GREAT JOB Den!!, built in range & oven, dish.
Earn $50-$75 per wk., working part. washer, carpeted, mid-twenties. Call NOCASH NEEDED fi r Jacksonville
time calling on single girls. Earn today. 1967 Mustang, V-8, sharp, runs good .9
$795. or low mo. pymts. 3886422.
more with incentive plan. Must be NEW LISTINGBe
sharpl! Phone 7213600. the first to see this neat 3BR., MOBILE HOME COMMUNITY
1"6 DODGE
CORONET
CA&H, In Lakeshore, fncd. yd., 9101 Normandy 781-0441
6cyl., 4dr., moving must sell, best
PART-TIME JANITORIAL JOB detached 1-car garage, only $19,900.
offer call Pat 772-9567 after
5P.M.
8A.M. 12 Noon or 5P.M.-10P.M. NAS $13,000 & OWNER HOLD MTG.
Jax. & Cecil 3552741. Royal Services. On this 3BR., 1 BA., mobile home w-
attached sunken 13' X 24' Den on NO CASH NEEDED
AUTOMOTIVE SALESSECRETARY shaded lot, many xtras.STARTHERE. 1967 Valiant, gas saver, runs good,
$595 or low mo, pymts. 3886422.

LlOht dictation required, excellent 3BR., panelled Den, Ig. eat-in kit., C

fringe benefits, including company fresh paint in & out, $18,000. USED WANTED Big Chief Say:
MOTORCYCLES
paid insurance. Westside VW, phone WORKMAN REALTY, INC. w
Herb Lane. 781-5U1. Realtor-M.L.S.I 388-9)8 Any shape, size, year, model or
condition.; 387-OSS1. U don't have to

, \'I VANS (CHOICE OF 2) TOTE EM
MISCELLANEO.US REAL ESTATE Big /
1967 Ford Vans, new paint, new Insp.
New & used home sales, equities, f
low 388-6422. Chief
$895. ea. or mo. pymts. puts'em
W.ntTo Be A DISC JOCKEYCall appraisals. Our staff is navy oriented.
Mike Taylor, 714-4114 or Room 604, First Federal Bldg. Call
Columbia School of Broadcasting 354I3S1. 355-9094, 384.5212, 7712189. '73 MAZDA RX3 on FREE!
Home school San Francisco, PageAspinwall, Broker 2DR., W4Spd., 81 AC 15,000 MI., 18
course by home study Approved for mpg. $2650. firm. Call 771-5079.
Veterans. Local office Fla. Nat'l.
Bank Our 8th Year. (not affiliated FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS 1969 CHEVELLE MALIBUHT
Ii
with CBS, Inc.) CONTACTJoe Realtor AC, runs good, sharp, low mo. ;
Roplak (RET. NAVY) MONARCH t
pymts. 388-6422. ,
Associate Representing
LIVE CRABS BInding Agency, Inc. Realtors
Wilford's Fish Camp OFFICE 771-8034 RES 781-7m Heavy Duty
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264-9707 FOSHEEREALTY DANCE 4-Ply


AUTO AIR CONDo SERVICE Immediate cash for your equity, none
Also home Central units & windowAC too l large or too small. t Polyester i "
Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 388-5141. 388-1581 Broker 1 I"p
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44 "
3BR2BA. BRICK .r
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENTLike Range &. refrigerator, enclosed 30,000 Mi.
new cond., full layout for Sand garage w-W 8 D connection, fncd.,
Jr r
wich or Short order restaurant. 384- GUARANTEEF78x14or15 "
pecan trees, pay equity & assume To the Music of The I
5678or, 246-8383. pymts. $161.89 Mo. Vansandt Realtor, J fir,
"COUNTRYMEN"Every r
3893549. '
SUMMER CAMP FOR KIDS 10;.'... 'I I ir1
Ages 8.16, Fishing, Horseback, : FRIDAY & SAT. NITE
r
RENTALSSOUTHJAX.BEACH
Swimming Accredited Meals, 1,000 ,T : .. 9pm til 2 am : f6R $7180,

acres. 246.7004, or 249.9576. B.Y.O.B. 1

Arrange your summer vacation now

JEANS PROFESSIONALDANCE ACADEMY 2BA.LEASE Townhouse LOVELY at PRESTIGE ocean, security 2BR., THE EXPRESSWAYCLUB A G78x14 or 15 FOR $7580 t

all elect kit., phone 388-
Westconnett at 103rd & Orange Park, guard, CH&A.

Bellair Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe, 8152 or 3889886. 4162 SOUTHXDE BLVD.
Jazz, Hula, Tahitian, Baton, &.
FOR RENT Phone419177 $7980
HOUSE FOR
H78x14 15 ,
Acrobatics. Register Now, 771.2521, 3BR., Bath, Unfurnished, Near for Reservations a or
771-5464, & Aduts.!
778-3655, Children
Bases, Call 3561127. I P FET $2.4llo $2.82

GEORGE'S KENNELS Passenger Tire Guarantee
CheckingNo i4 /
Dogs & Cats Boarded Free Guaranteed aanst!ill road hawrds lor the Itfe of Me original tread II Ire lads we will at t
Pick-up & delivery service since 1925. our option repair,it tree or replace it charging only lor the tread wear 01 a pro rata share
Grooming, training & shipping. Minimum BalancePostagePaid of the current price plus tat '

Visitors welcome Bankamerlcard & Guaranteed against wear out for a specified number of miles If tread wears out in this pe
Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 near Bank-by-Mail / nod we wilt replace it Chart nig for mileage used on a proata share of the current price.o .
Cassat Ave. & Edgewood Ave. S08S Edgewood Court 381-0064 / i4

live anywhere and bank with us
NORTH
AMERICAN SNJ5.ti

. FOR SALE Hours in TownOpen
Cond., Navy colors. located Longest Banking ii4
Craig Field, Call 7254659.

8 a.m. to 6 p.m. MondaySaturdayThe :. : .s

FREE KITTENS People HoursEdgewood
Bankers with
Litter Trained, 1

Call 778-3936. Bank I 'et



13 WHIRLPOOL cu.. ft., double REFRIGERATOR door, automatic 311-561 off 1.10 P.0.1-C.. &__ .. -
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Sears Dryer, Good Condition, $90 Care My Home, All Ages, Hot
: THE Flee-T J each or $175 for both 389.8563 Lunch, Fenced Yard, Nursery,

FREE PERSONAL home 3695 off. type activities, playmates,

for Military and Civilian Employees' rf MARKE.T. ........... Normandy Village 786-7749
'
.-----------.....---- FORD GALAXIE 500 1968 Ph 771-
.1, 8861 PSPBATR&H AC 302 eng. CARPORT SALE-9x15 Tent,
: FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM II ''good cond. & good tires $550 Sleeping Bags, Coleman

Accessories, Baby Furniture,
I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS)
450 HONDA .CB 70V2; Excellent Toys, Clothing, Mlsc 7912
I Condition $650.00 Ask for Hen Chateau Dr. So. 786-7749

I. derson 3072

.I ....-::... For Sale: 1974 Peachtree, 12x65,
; For Sale: Contemporaryloveseat furnished, 31ton; AC, 2

I.M two matching "'chairs, bedrooms, 2 baths, wet bar,

colonial rocker. Excellent con carpeted, 7 months old, 771-3211
I TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW .1 dition loveseat needs cushion ext. 8236 after 5:00:

1 BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. covers. Call 387.0423 .

1 For Rent: On Water, Black Creekat

I I Middleburg Small 3 Bdrm,

I r- I For Sale: Queenslze WATER CH&A, Approx 1 acre fenced,
Name Office or activity to which assigned:, BED with frame.' Covered w-
i Avail now $265 per mo. 772.9410
green crushed velvet. $75 Call .

I .
Cheryl X2620.2355 70 VW Excellent Cond. White,
Rank-Rate or Grade: Work Phone No. Signature I
AM&FM$1500 Ext 3424 or 389-8460

1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all Information requested, I le: Full I For Sale: 1972 OPEL 1900' Rallye.
i military or civilian: employee personnel 1 assigned to name (typed s or printed) of person submitting ad and I 4 speed, ACpower disc brakes. 24 1972 CHARGER SE Loaded
NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field his signature, grade or rank.rate, office or activity
I MPG. Call 264-5543 $2200.00 1970 MAVERICK
to which he is assigned and office telephone. This ; 6cyl
.
2. Free advertising In the _. lee T MARKET"
(reformation Is for authentication only and your ad ....... $1050.00 Both. clean & good
will be limited to Offers u
: to buy sell or rent housing
I should be worded Independently of this Information.
No Reasonableoffer
for personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell 1967 CHEVY VAN Good Con mechanically.
I personal property; offers of or request for rides to refused 264-6163
dition, radio and heater, Mags
in
S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear ,
and from work; announcements of educational .... _...
offered the .following edition is MONDAY NOON Ads wide tires, V-8 Straight Shift,
courses by non profit organizations or i
arriving after that date will be placed In the extras Work 3525 Home 1968 CHEVELLE 2-door hardtop,
governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted Many
following week's edition. Ads will be run only one I V-8
307
Radio & heater. Good
only if the words (forcivilians military), or 772-7594
i time, unless submitted as prescribed above.
"Officially Reassigned" (forPCS" leaving the condition. Chief Penley 3063 days,
I Jacksonville area) are included In the wording of the 389.4183 after work.
calls will be
No regarding
phone accepted
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when ac.
i companied by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR 74 HONDA 750 Excellent Condition -
NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide Sale 73 CAPRI I Air, V6, 73 Sea
3 months old, 8 inch
1 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. extended -
I "Flee T MAR K ET" ad form which will be printed Front End $100.00 and King 14' Trl) Hull with 35hp Less
I In each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No takeover payments 772.8613 after than 20 hours 772-2168 Jerry
will be refected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be 5

I accepted. I 1970 OPEL KADET New tires &
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T
I MARKET" Editor, co JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1 1. .. Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a I battery, Feb Inspection, good gas
I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above Girls 24" BICYCLE Like new mileage, $1100 264-8546
I OR requirements, will be refected. The publisher $40.00 Girls low 18" Bicycle .
'Fle .T MARKET" Editor, c-o AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I Needs some repair .$15.00 Call Sears AIR CONDITIONERS
I 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215 These forms :

.1 --__----_---__---__-----___-------I. anytime 772-8735... _.. 9800 and 18500 BTU $35 and $75.2
Elec" WALL HEATERS, $25 and

$40, Call Martin (day) 772-3067
1972 NEWPORT 65x12 Mobile 72 LTD STATION WAGON, Fully For Sale 1970 CHEVELLE SS 396 For Sale: VITESSA 1000 SR (eve) 771-3734

Home 3 Bedroom Carpeted, Equipped, FM stereo 15,000 ACPSPBAT & 8 TRACK TAPE 35mm. Camera; Meter, Zeiss

Furnished or unfurnished, Like miles. Twenty months old, cost DECK Black with White racing Lens, Rangefinder and Honeywell 1969 GALAX I 4 door sedan.
new, take over payments W new $5400 Price $3000 firm. CWO stripes 264-3853 Auto-Strobonar 550 Flash Unit
Excellent condition with
Equity Call anytime 772-8735 Huston, Ext 3434, 3435 $150 786-6537
ACATPS, radio & heater. Under

47,000 miles $995.00 Call 264.7492
General Electric Portable For Sale 3BR, Den, 2 Bath, Cent. 1968 MUSTANG. Convertible For Sale: A new LAFAYETTECB
STEREO RECORD PLAYER, Heat, Window AC
Covered Blue-New top Runs very well 289 Mobile Unit with Antenna. 1974 HONDA XR-75 like new $380.
Like New $25.00 Guitar Brand Carport, Utility Room, Fenced
with auto. trans. $600.00 Green Outstanding Condition. $125.00 1964 Mercury SW. 390 Engine
new $15.00 Sanyo Vaccum Bkyd. 7419 Sandhurst Rd. So.
Cove Springs 284-9694 or NAS Ext Call ext 8326 (Cecil) ask for YN3 power steering, brakes, $150; 15
Cleaner New $65.00 Call 772.8735 $32,000 Ph 743-0745 after 6PM
3584
McKinnies ft fiberglass I-O trl-hull Chryslerboat

Outstanding $1050 3848 Mr

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Leap
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BABYSITTING, your home,
Wanted to buy 1967 to 1970
:
reasonable experienced 15 old
.." yr
JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION FALCON, Nova or other small day or night Call 771-5495 Complete AQUARIUM I Setup

>:;:; .:mtW'a :m.w. m# m vmrj Ford or Chevy-Also Interested in Including Wrought-iron stand
small convertible 772-2176 Fluorescent Hood, Accessories

j REPOSSESSION SALE I Daytime 772.7673 after 6PM For Unfurnished Rent: 12x60 MOBILE 2 Bedrooms HOME, $50.00 Collectors-investors.Stamps and Call COINS 264-2842 For

Washer-dryer, AC, 10x7 Utility
1 after SPMHeathkit
'fttrw..E.ma .W '<' 'i,: .wt: : 'W
: : j shed No Pets 20 min NAS Cecil

Why pay full price when you can get it for less? $150 month 778-1588
25" COLOR TV in Med.

SKYDIVING I Cabinet. One yr. old Will sell for

1971 CAMARO, Small V8, Air $300. Building new Heathkit.

i iBeginner's Conditioned, Low mileage, new Phone 771-3192

tires, mag wheels, sport coupe,
72 Nova red, $2200 Call 388-7578 BUICK SPECIAL V-6 '1962
ATRadio, Good tires, New Rag
ATPSACR&HV-8 top. $150.00 Call 781.8357 after
t V. SOFA, Early American Green, 6pm

Excellent Condition, $80 Call 388-
72 Sabre .,'
$2095 7578 'Used BEAUTY SHOP Equipment

3 Dryers, 2 hydraulic Chairs
Mobile Home12x60 HIDE-A-BED, Matching Chair Shampoo Bowl and chair. All In

2BDRM,1VZ; Bath AC Beige. Recliner Green Odd Chair excellent cond. 781.8357 after 6pm
FirstJumpcourse Red 2 End Tables Coffee table

73 Dodge Best Offer 771.1457 For Sale 5c each-Many small

Monaco $5195 Saintpaulia, (African Violets),
& Advanced Skydiving! 72 VEGA STA WGN, GT mixed varieties, plants Need
2Dr,HT,VT,ps,P BAC Package, AC, 4-Speed, FM work 264.1902AUXILIARY

DZ PHON 328-3931 Radio, 29,000 ml, $2100 or best

$3150 72 Paramount OPEN THURS.SAT.,& SUN. offer, 264-7747 GAS TANK $115

Train in the morning New 26 Gallon Steel, Plastic-
Mobile Home Jump In the same afternoon 72 BUICK LIMITED, Full Power, Lined Tank with fuel gauge,
FM Stereo, 28,000 ml, 14 MPG,
2 BR, Front Den electric switches 73-74 Chev 8 ft.
73 Duster Includes Set Up and delivery PALATKAPARACENTER $3295 or best offer. 264-7747 bed Call 772.1055 after 5pm

50 mile .
radius
R&H, AT, 6cyl. 20'F6 Custom FISHING BOAT, Wanted
1973
: 240Z or 1974 260Z
over $1000 equipment Outriggers,
Stock
Wheel Rims. Call 389.2655
CB, Radio, Depth Sounder ECT.
Fla. after 4 p.m.
Palatka
$2595 $4895PHONE 100 HP Evlnrude, Trailer $2900
FOR INFORMATION CALL: Call 778-1408 Aft 5

, Frank Keen, .......... For Sale: 12'x60' MOBILE
Palatka 325-4102 1968 CHEVY WAGON, V-8, HOME ACwasherdryerdishwashershaded -

or Harold Stewart, PSPB, Radio, Heater.ACPowerRear fenced yard-

384-] 391..DICK WALLACE Gainesville 372.2645 window, If really interestedcall 2649614 utility shed-nice quiet park-265

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I tour NARF's Engineering Service and Design Division to get some pointers on modern photo -
reproduction techniques.


Jtel JAP/fNESE/ RESTAUliANf la Jacksonville! TOYQTAcuti

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737-8440


QUESTIONS I I II NEW SHIPMENT ARRIVEDPRICES


ABOUT LOANS?


WE'LL ANSWER THEM.No STARTING $2299 P.O.E.


( I names. No I sales pitches;) Some of our Toyotas get up to 30 miles to the
gallon.What does your present car get?

Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on
1 KNOW CIE CAIJ'r your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick, "
SNEi QMsoYioCANJV courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor
talk shop unless you want us to.

Dial FinanceWe :-
don't want you to like us just for our money. rc.a.
r------------1 40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 e
I 5256 Beach Blvd. 396.2895
PHONE JII.ISU I
I I 4721 San Juan Ave. 384.2314 'CorotaUOO
I II .IT
I II 1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764.2583
I LOOK AT THESE GAS SAVER SPECIALS!
I 0 Sleiman Lone Star Center

rut l 6681 Arlington Rd. 7249555tfw 71 TOYOTA CORONA COUPE 2Dr, H.T.,
I I 4Spd, RH, W-S-W tires 1 owner car, low $ 16 88
I mileage, Burnt orange color.
St.
124'.12S1King I
I
Jacksonville Florida 32204 II I 72 MARK II White 2Dr. H.T., Low
I I II LILA'S. mileage, RH, Air $2488
I USEDCAMERASANOEQUIPMENT. I 1CW AT j THE
I .WE PAY fr
I TOP DOLLAR 3U-8S35 I OfNG 73 HORNET 6cyl.,sed.4dr.,fact.alr, PS,
I I ,,, \ two tone, blue & white, radio, WW. $ 2 588
L BRING THIS AD WITH YOU!
j \ S1R\NGS\ 72 TOYOTA CARINA Extra nice car, 4
i '
spd., radio, local-one owner, reduced In $1988
:. PPEfRttGtt1ll' \ price for this ad.

\ ( 71 DA TSU N 510 Sedan,4spd.trans.,radio, $ 16 8 8
'( WW, one owner, very clean, light green.
SOP
WEft. \
r \ 71 VOLKSWAGEN Low mileage, local-
"HARDEE'S NEED YOU... + 1\\RU\ one owner,4 spd., radio& heat, light blueIn $1688
If 1URO ay color Price low, don't miss this one.
want 4 j
you a new S .
Career in Fast Food ::',' 71 TOYOTA COROLLA Station wagon,
in '.# 1/ AT miles., radio, WW, local-one owner, 'low S 1888

Southeast United Bred :
States... Growing warren & Bill," :... 71 TOYOTA CROWN Sedan, beige with $1488

Dynamic Company ... .......................,.................... .-.,."-e.'OQ.Q.. ... '..'''...-.';;...:';;...... vinyl top, AT, 6cyl., air, radio-heater,
expanding Westward... .,. ..:..:..:..:.....:'.,:..:..:....o:.. :%............................:.-.".. :..o::.:. .:;.x.;::: <
top benefits including GI ;ill fC COCKTAIL LOUNGE 71 TOYOTA COROLLA 1200 2dr.sed.,
LA light blue In color, 4pd, r-h, extra clean $1388
9
Bill and Stock Options". & PACKAGE STORE car, local-one owner.
S Y.SY. SKSSSSM LSSSSti '
Write: Mr. Dick Heatly M S 1! .
70 TOYOTA COROLLA Station wagon,
Director of Prsonn l TTATE 220 Creek PHON E 264-5833 4spd.trans., silver-grey In color, r-hWW, $1288
Spartan Food Systems, Inc. STAHOURS Mon ThursmmOamla FrliSat 10am-2am real sharp car.
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P.O. Box 3168
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"I am a serviceman with "When I returned to the States were going pretty well for us. I "My boss offered to introduceme selves. They understand your .'

nearly 20 years active service. I I wasn't old enough to drink legally went to Vietnam for a year and to a friend of his, a civilian, problem; but more important,
am married and }have two teen- ,but I still managed to spenda was promoted. The only time I who belonged to a local chapter they'll help you do something

age children. I own my home anda lot of my time (and money) got drunk was on five-day R&Rin of Alcoholics Anonymous. 1 refused about ,1\
car. I am an alcoholic drinking. I had the reputation of Bangkok. figured I owed thatto at first, but later agreed to it.FleeT
"I don't remember when or being a boozer a regular good- myself. I guess I still felt like talk to his friend. About a weekattendedmyfirstAAmeet
how I made the transition from time Charlie.} By now I had that when I got back to the States later I
'social drinker' to alcoholic. I learned to cover up my habits.At because I started drinking at the ing, and after some coaxing I
drank occasionally before I the same time I was learning to airport and missed my flight agreed to attend the next meet. MarketContinued

joined the service. Overseas, I live with a constant hangover. I home. When I sobered up three ing. At the second meeting I ( from page 16))
developed the routine of daily was no longer 'social drinker'but days later,I was stranded in L.A. began to understand what the
drinking. I was already experiencing I didn't believe I was an al with just enough change for a speakers were trying to say.
some of the problemsof coholic.After all,I could do with- phone call. For the first time I They were helping each other to For Sale: DIRT BIKE Front
alcohol abuse-late for work out it when I had to. lied to my wife-I told her my help themselves. By sharing a END, 3: 00-19 Knobby on Rim

because hangovers, neglect of "I got married and for a while I flight had been held over on common problem they were Forks and Triple Tree,
my personal appearance, andfi' laid off the heavy drinking. My Okinawa and I lost my money learning to understand the prob- Manufactor Unknown $50.00 264-

nally, two office hours within azonth. wife drank very' little. Our son there. She accepted my story butI lem. Most important, at least a 2326
I was 18 years old at this was born and a year later our don't think she believed it. I few of them were beginning to
time. daughter came along. Things think she has doubted me ever regain what they had lost- 1967 PONTIAC CATALINA
WAGON, ATACPSPBPowerRear
self
since. respect.
Window, Good Condition all
"I am still an alcoholic, but I around $600.00 Firm Smith 772-
"During the next few years my
ATTENTION RETIREES drinking got worse. I had three have my family back and I was 3351

drunk driving raps and lost mydriver's allowed to continue my career in
the Service. There is no known For Sale: 14,000 BTU Air Conditioner -
Are worried license. 1 had office
you 220 Volt Sears Used 6
hours twice. My wife and kids cure for alcoholism, but with
about medical time and help from others, I mos. Excellent Condition 772-7351
cut-backs? could take no more and left me. I
lived in a blurred nightmare of eliminated the cause of my prob-
Be at NAS Jax Theater counselling sessions,bad fitness lems. I quit drinking. It has now 4 BEDROOM HOUSE IN OAK
.
HILLS BY Owner baths,
been almost three since I
reports and transfers. Finally, I years
June 18 at 4:30 p.m. received a letter informing me had a drink." screened patio, garage and
fenced yard. Pay equity and
NRMC reps will answer that my case had been reviewedand A sad story is only as sad as its assume $143 mortgage. Call 264-
I had three months to improve ending.The first and most important 6040
your questions. my performance and con step toward recovery is theindividual's
duct or be processed for an ad- of the
acceptance
22Footbot Luger BOAT KIT.
ministrativedischarge. It struckme fact that he she has
or a problemand Tandem Trailer Included. Half
hard, and at first I felt very needs help. Finished transferred
bitter about it, but then I Being
$1250.00 264-2083
..) realized that I was being offeredan Help is nearby. Your alcoholism

opportunity to straighten out prevention and rehabilitationunit
my whole life.After all,I now had provides individual counsel- 1971 MOBILE HOME 55x12 2
nearly 15 years service. If I let ling for servicemen and their dependents Bedroom, Central Air, Ice Maker

OUISKING myself be discharged now, what often by members:> who Refrigerator, Many extras, lust
future would I have' ? are recovered alcoholics them- refinance balance owed 772-7420

and his RhythmMakernow 24 Inch RCA COLOR
VISIT OUR NEW LOCATION... TELEVISION $200.00 Kenmore

appearing nightly in 2186 HIWAY 17 SO., ORANGE PARK washer and dryer. Apartment

NEW ((2 blocks south of our old location) size. Includes stand and window
The vent. $250.00 Phone 264-9627
PHONE 264-5013


["T ie Smugglers Den"J 1\rt & draftsHONDA Waterless COOKWARE/2,: Usual New Price.3-Ply

Fabulous buy for the money.
Further Info 771-9129


THE ADULT LOUNGE' CRAFT ART SUPPLIES 63' VW GHIA W70' Modified

MATERIAL n H0681 SNOP Engine. A-l Running. Vinyl top.
art intimate, cozy piano bar AC & Radio. $600 firm. Call 771-
designed for adult pleasure and relaxation: 9129
.
All favorite music and fun 'tab.OPEN -
your sing-along FOR THE ULTIMATE \

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6425 NORWOOD AVE. 764-2419

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I Hospital leading pack for_ track title' I IL



Jax The NAS Jax Track and Field Meet was held

..." 'i lastThursdaybut a team winner hadn't been decided as

the Jax Air News went to print this week because of

A extenuating circumstances thatpreventedthe pole vault
I and high jump events from being held. '

With those two events still to be held, Hospital had a

total of 32 points to put them in first place. Close behind

r them were HS-15 with 25 points, HS-1 with 22, MARTD

r with 21 and the Marine Barracks with 20.

Most of Hospital's points came from a first in the sprint

_- medley ((2:17.2): and first place finishes by Bill Black in

I the 440 and the long jump events. Black's time in the 440

JC;-""': :. .- .J"", M" .. ,',.- --- was 52.9 and he leaped 20 feet, t inches in the long
::,_ '"'- jump. Hospital got still another first place when Medina
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.'..t, ,; '" '. took the 880 yard run with a time of 2:15.8.
::';;: !:.::.! a' ::; _; "....'. "
... 1/;' "" ,.-: HS-15 scored a first in the shot put with David Shenk
..- ... ,,
r. throwing the ball 44 feet, 2 inches, and they scored

seconds in the long jump and 440 when Jim Bateman

jumped 18 feet 9V inches and turned in a time of 54.3.

4l HS-15 also finished second in the sprint medley with a

:. time of 2:35.9.:
Jesse Irvin won the 220 event for Marine Barracks

with a time of 23.8. Pete Barr of VP-45 finished second

with a time of 24.2.

I Jeff Watson of Air Ops won the 100 yard dash with a

clocking of 10.0 while Wendell Braswell of VW-4 finished

second with a 10.6.


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I : Computer keeps tabs on falling space debris .



By Cipt. David M. Walbc' .tS\K .,..tt. ;. : '
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Space age "debris" claimed its With space object decay a daily tions continue to place satellitesinto :jlt1
first and only victim nearly 13 occurrence, why hasn't there orbit. In adopting the next .. .>
years ago, according to news reports been more damage? Space Defense best measure, however, .
when a 20-pound chunk of Center technicians, work NORAD's Space Defense Center \.. ..1... ...,:.,. ,: .
,,: white-hot metal slammed'to earth ing around the clock deep within conducts 24-hour surveillanceand .: .
near a sleepy Cuban village and the confines of NQRAD's granite computer analysis on decay .J" .."Mr ,
snuffed out the life of a cow grazing stronghold in Cheyenne Mountain ing space objects and issues '. '
peacefully at the point of im say that the chances of one warning of potential re-entry object t', ... "l
pact. The fragment was from a of these objects actually hitting damage in much the same .
U.S. launched space probe. someone are "very slight-a one- way the U.S. Weather Bureau issues J/
The North American Air Defense in-a-billion shot." hazardous weather warn
Command's (NORAD) Only a small percentage of returning ings. Advance information is pro
Space Defense Center knows of satellites ever impact on vided to a host of users, such as
no further incidents of fatality, the earth's surface since most disintegrate scientific agencies and commercial
human or otherwise, although due to atmospheric fric airlines,on the predicted time
"decaying" space debris is now tion. Of those that do survive reentry and impact area.
falling from the skies at the rate of the majority impact in the In order to provide these warnings .
"one per day." oceans and seas which comprise the Space Defense Center
Since Sputnik I opened the doorto three-fourths of the earth's sur must first keep "book" on all
space exploration in 1957,man face. Only a few find their way to man-made objects launched into
; has placed 6,866 objects into land areas. space. Using a worldwide net wrier r ..
orbit. Of these 2,891 have decayed The international scientific work of radars and optical sensors .
already with only isolated community generally agrees that the Space Defense Center DebrisThis
Space
reports of minor property dam little can be done to prevent these processes approximately 20,000
age. chance occurrences as long as na- incoming observations per day to
arrive at accurate mathematical 16-inch sphere withstood the extreme heat of re-entry into the earth's
descriptions of satellites in orbit. atmosphere and impacted In!New Zealand in 1972. It was later identified as a pieceof
Open for your convenience 8 Qm.'6pm. These descriptions identify a support equipment from a Soviet space launch. The North American Air
Closed Sunday satellite's plane and its relative Defense Command's Space Defense Center says that decaying space debris is
*PICK-UP & DELIVERY It is from the skies the of NORAD )
position to other satellites. falling at rate one per day. ( photo.
ROAD SERVICE akin to assigning each object a
MECHANIC ON DUTY street address and zip code. Oncean Sputnik I, launched on Oct. 4, tion sheet are expected to orbit for
AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS object is identified,it is given a 1957, remained in space until much longer periods: Explorer
NATIONWIDE TRAILERSOne catalogue number used as a reference January 1958, less than four 16, launched in December 1962,
Way or Round Trip ., for the duration of the months. Explorer I, the United is "go" until the year 4207;
: :::::::::::::::: : : :: ::: : ': :':': :' : :' ::::' satellite's orbit. States' first satellite,. was Alouette I, also a 1962 product

BOBS OAK HILL; r'a f. How long does a satellite remain launched in February 1958 and good for another 1,823 years; and
:.: :: in space? The Space Defense circled the globe more than Telstar I,in space since 1961,will
uni' n ff; Center explains that a few 58,000 times during its 12yearlife orbit for 56 centuries, or until
::: :::: of the objects orbiting the earth span, which ended in a fiery 7561.
i i i will stay aloft for thousands of re-entry on March 31, 1970.
: SERVICE CENTER
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3z, month fox hunting season allowed in the areas
permitting the use of dogson during the special season

) portions of certain and that each hunt participant '

northeast region wildlife must possess a
management areas will valid hunting license and
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open July 1 and last until wildlife management area

October 1.According. permit.

to Major The hunt boundaries for
cI'F I Larry L, Martin, northeast
the respective areas are as
regional manager for the follows:
Commission, the season
applies to the Lake Butler,
Nassau and Lochloosa Nassau east of State
Wildlife ManagementAreas. Road 115-A and west of 1-95

1 1 The special season only.

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,} portions of the Lochloosa cast of State
Lochloosa and Lake Butler Road 325 (Dell Highway)

J area but will permit only.

.;; hunting of fox, raccoon .r
and bobcat on the Nassau Lake Butler west,.'.of
THE KING STILL REIGNS.-With all the rain we've had lately, wouldn't you know that lightning Area. State Road 231 and north of
would strike on the Oklawaha River? It hit on the pole of the "NAS Fishing King", PHC Jackie Stale Road 231-A only...
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ft Ceramic awards presentedTwo I

I CECIL SPORTS BRIEFS
outstanding hobbyistsfrom presented a total of thriteen
Cecil Field are Mrs. Albert ribbons for her entries.
E.Udell and Mrs. Delores Tohal. Both Mrs. Udell and Mrs.Tohalare
SLOW PITCH LEAGUE INTRAMURAL GOLF At the recent 14th Annual avid hobbyists and both are
The Blackbirds of VA-45 and VA-87 12 VA-45 6 Ceramic Show held at the Garden individualists in their work as
the Marine Barracks met last VA-15 8 VS-30 5 Club of Jacksonville, Mrs. Udell proven by the awards presented
Thursday at 1630 and the only VA-72 6 VS-32 4 was awarded a Freddie, the them at, the recent ceramic
winner was the weather. The Ops 6 VA-28 1 Y highest honor a hobbyist can exhibition.The .
score was tied a two apiece in the TENNISA A3 attain, for her entry in the Car- 14th Annual Ceramic Show
top of the fourth inning when the double elimination tennis ving category Among the other was presented by the Art Guild of
bottom fell out and the game had tournament will be held the weekof twelve ribbons Mrs. Udell was Jacksonville, a non-profit
to be postponed. The station 24 June to determine who will presented a special award for her organization for ceramicists
championship will be decidedat represent Cecil in the 6ND R- entry in the Crackle Glaze devoted to helping the Arthritis
the end of the second half witha Tournament. NAS Atlantawill category Mrs. Tohal was Foundation of Jacksonville
best of three series.: In the event host the tournament 8 thru Ie
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there are three or four teams 12 July. Persons interested in 1 ia
involved in the playoffs a double participating in the local
elimination tournament will be elimination may sign up at the ,
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gym office prior to 21 June. :
held.FAST PITCH LEAGUEThe SKEET STANDINGS MAKE a firm resolve to save part of
Cecil Field All Stars and VA-37 8-0) your pay each month. Savings Bonds
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NAS Jax split a twin bill last NAMTD No.1 7-0) now earn 6 percent Interest and maturein I
Friday night. Jim Brown startedthe VA-45 7.2 five years. Like Fort Walton Beach,
first game for Cecil on the Medical 6-2 Fla.model Joan Gothard,just sit tight
mound and pitched well until the NAMTDNo.2 5-5 and let your money grow.
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13th inning when Jax jumpedout VS-24 5-5 'ii
,, in front to end the game 5-2. John VA-IS 4-5 !
Johnson hurled a perfect game Weapons 2-7 1
fror the Cecil squad six inningsof VS-28 1-6 [
the nite Cap and still VS-32 0-5
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PLAYERS NEEDEDJax -. .. .
All ,IOW.I 1LCnAMERICAN
personnel interested
in representing NAS LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
Jax at the 6th Naval District Tennis Tournament being W L W L

held at NAS Atlanta July 8.12 are asked to contact the GyMr FALCONS 13 2 NARJAX 12 2
NAS Athletic Office at Ext. 3239 as soon as VP-24 No.1 12 3 PELICANS 10 4
possible so VP-45. 11 4 HUNTERS 6i 6tt
arrangements can be made for
qualifying eliminations. SUPPLY 8' 7 AIMD Nol 1 2 10
There will be three divisions at the 6ND with open for ATC 8 1VP5 EAGLES IVi 4tt
those up to 35, junior for those 35-44 and seniors for those 7 8 "
45 and above. NDRC 5 10
679th 5 10 For the week of June 3
SWIMMING
MEET TODAY I Fast-Pitch
WEAPONS 4 11
Jax The Annual NAS Jax HS.1 18 AIMD No. 1 5
Swimming Meet will be HS-15 No,1 0 7 FICEUR 7 PELICANS 3
held at the NAS Indoor
Pool today, June 13, starling at NATIONAL LEAGUE HOSPITAL 13 EAGLES 0
1:30 All contestants NARJAX 24 LIONS 6
: p.m. are-asked to be
checked in by 1 W L HOSPITAL 8 HUNTERS 0
DENTAL 12 3 VP.4S 15 MARINE BKS 14
p.m.INTERESTED HS.15 12 AIMD 8
IN A COMMUN 10 5 -
BEGINNER GOLF CLINIC? VP.5 12 \GLES 0
I Jax Interested in golf? Beginning July 2 and every VW-4 FICEUR 8"10.: 5 7 FICEUR 9 HS.1 6

I Tuesday thereafter, a beginner Golf Clinic will be AFPS AIMD 8 7
conducted by Golf Pro Joe McDonald. The clinic will be CPW-11 5 10 For the week of June 3

held at 4 p.m. on the driving range. If you're interested MARTD 5 10 VP.45 Slow.10 WEAPONS Pitch 6

in learning how to play golf or you feel a need to review Wave Your Flag VP-24 No.2 2 13 ATC 5 NORC 3 7VPS
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military are welcome. Cost will be only 45 cents for a AMERICAN LEAGUE FALCONS FICEUR 13 JS.15 No. 1 9 1.
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basket of practice balls. Instructions are free. For W L COMMUN 11 VP.24 No.2.
further information call the Pro Shop at Ext. 3249 HOSPITAL 13th 14 VW.4 8 CPW.11 2'MARTD
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Jax-A Junior Golf Clinic for 10 to 18 year olds will be 1IS-1 3th 10

held at 10 a.m.June 14,21,28 and July 5. It is open to all LIONS MARINE BKS 1 11/4th 21h 13

Junior military dependents. For further informationcall

Ext.3249. On June 14. .
Women's Softball Team Plays TomorrowJax

The two NAS Jax Womens' Softball teams will -A U-TOWWF I

play doubleheader against Mayport tomorrow startingat Flag Day

p.m. at Enterprise Field. Last Sunday the Jax.?" No. 1 CASH & CARRY,
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< Ji( f"" __ii' ., : ',,,, ('t.biW&ur: ':' : Jax Varsity splits two doubleheaders I


I \\I I BOWLING STANDINGSPACIFIC Jax The Jax Navy Joe Murray and a singledby the fifth and another one in c

Varsity Softball team Ron Sutton. Doug the seventh. Jax got their

ATLANTIC LEAGUEW played two doubleheadersover Passen picked up the win only run in the seventh in a

LEAGUEW L L the weekend, splittingboth as he went all the way for rally that was cut just

ONES BUNCH 49 23 CONTROLLERS 46 22 and brought their Jax. short. 0Roy's
ADCOPS 45 27 DIRTBALLS 45 27 season record to five wins In the second match the
CPOS 45 27 CPOS 43 29 and five losses. Fliers could only muster'single a News led 2-0 in the
SIX PACKS 40% 27%
SPLITMAKERSNo.l 43 29 in third inning of the second
PELICANS 42 26 AFEES 39% 32% Cecil Field was their by Mark Bujno
TRIPPERS 41 31 MAD FOXES No. 1 38 34 opponent on Friday and the seventh inning after game before the Fliers
HIGH LIFERS 28 40 NARJAX 33% 30% after winning the first Cecil had scored two runs came back to score one in

MAD FOXES No.2 26 46 BATMEN No.1 33% 38% contest 5-3 in 12 innings, in the first inning on. two the fourthandonein thefifth.
BUCH BUDS 25 43 BALLERS 32' 28 walks and
the Fliers dropped the an error.
HC-2 No.2 22 46 SEAHORSES 19 57
FASO 22 .50 SPARKS 17 59 second one 2-0 in a game Saturday the Fliers met
NATIONAL LEAGUEW that saw both teams the Roy's News team from Jim Boyette ended the
L AMERICAN LEAGUE managing only one hit the downtown Softball Fliers weekend on a

ROTOR HEADS 52 20 W L apiece. league, losing the first winning note when he
SOLEX 44 28 LATE CHARGERS 52% 19% Cecil led 3-2 in the sixth game 2-1 and winning the singled home Walt Swinkin
LIONHEARTS 43 21 TEXACO STARS 50% 21% inning of the first contest second one 3-2 in eight the eighth inning.
BUSCH LEAGUERS 44 28
REBELS 41Mz 26V4
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PINBUSTERS 40% 31% PSSSSST 43 29 up
MARINE BKS 32 35 HURRICANES 42 30 seventh and it took five In their loss to the News This weekend the Fliers
SPLITMAKERS 30 38 SEA KINGS 37 35 more innings to determinethe team the Fliers only got will meet Cecil Field in a
HC-2 No.1 29 41 RED BARONS 31 41 winner. Jax got their four hits and Pete doubleheader that will

r GUTTER RATS 23 33 NFO 24 48 winning margin on a singleby Schnieder got two of those.Roy's begin at 1 p.m. on Trolley
MARINE BKS No.2 19 53
BATMEN No.2 20 40 double News in Field here at NAS Jax.
WALLBANGERS 14 54 MAD FOXES No.3 17 55 Walt Swink, a by got one run

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