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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: July 18, 1974
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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! VOL. 32 NO. 18' Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station. Jacksonville Florida JULY 18, 1974

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Rear Admiral John C. Dixon, Jr.
LETTER TO THE EDITOREditor assumes duties as Commander

Tactical Wings Atlantic. Adm.
Dixon's headquarters will be at

Naval Air Station Oceana, Va.

I enjoyed the article about the Master-at-Arms Force ((2)) Rear Admiral Lawrence R.
.. Geis receives the Legion of Merit, .
in the JAX AIR NEWS last week. his third, from Vice Admiral

However, there appears to be some discrepancy as to Frederick H. Michaelis, COM-

the consistent offenders. Those identified by (CMAA) NAVAIRLANT, marking the ; .-..'
Master Chief Williams as consistent offenders were relief of his command and his

transients, rehabilitation centers and the Naval retirement from active duty. ((3)
Rear Admiral Norman K. Green
Medical Center.
Regional reports onboard as Commander,
While I do not considerours, to be the most impressive Sea Based Anti-Submarine

record, we do place more emphasis on grooming and Warfare Wings, Atlantic. ((4))

uniform regulations than the average tenant command RAdm. Geis reflects back on a "I -

aboard the station. career that has fared him well { iqi._
since his graduation from the
Statistics taken from minor offense reports for the U.S. Naval Academy in 1939. :
quarter ended '30 June 74 do not reflect that all those u ( dd
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units listed are consistent offenders.

With a complete turnover of residents every six

weeks, our 22 percent offense rate over a three month

period is fairly low compared to the transients and +

restricted personnel who ran over or near the 300 per- 4 a

cent mark for the same period.

NDRC's percentage is in fact much lower than half a DIVINE

dozen organizations that by inference in last week's

article were "squared away." SERVICESNAVALAIR

Just to set the record straight.
STATIONPROTESTANT
Capt. William F. Moore, USN

Commanding Officer
Sunday
Naval Drug Rehabilitation Center Divine Worship at 830;
a.m. at All Saints Chapel

_KP1T ; :l(:' ... Church School 9:30 a.m.
:: :$tmtr.r.m* tmk. Divine Worship 11 a.m.

r.r at All Saints Chapel.
Junior Youth Fellowship
j' 12:30: p.m. Senior Youth
f JAX' AIR NEWS L n; Fellowship 1 1:30 p.m.
: .. Evening Worship / 30
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The JAX AIR I NEWS,is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributedeach ., p.m. at Bldg. 750 and ,. .. .' .
Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, :> ', "
by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm. All Copy submitted p Christian.m. at the Science Small Service Chapel 8 '..... .. .. ::1: ..,: .
Ii for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public '" '
f Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday NAVAL HOSPITAL :< : 'I' ; .,
: before publication. News items are welcomed from all sources. .. ;
I: Telephone 772-3111 or 3119. Divine Worship 9:30: a.m, ....". ', ... ) .t
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available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, NATTC "'""". ,'''.. '' :. . .
creed,color,national origin or sex of the purchaser, user,or patron.A Protestant ., ." .:..'..
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policy equal
opportunities .
Service, 10:30: a.m In :; .
by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print ad. Building 500. '. '.II/.
vertising from that source." li. ,
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher. and queries con- CATHOLICSaturday '
cernmg such should be directed tot Mass 5 p.m, at '.
St Edward's Chapel.
:tfj Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and 11 ,. .. ._ ..
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY a.m. Daily Mass.Monday "",
"ti 4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Tuesday Thursday and .
I Telephone 387-3566 I'I Friday.It :30 a.m Wed
MIMIC IA nesday Mass 11:30 a.m. at
the Naval Hospital Chapel.
I VOL. 18 NO. I Saturday Confessions 4:30:
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for the White House Fellows Program will be
A available interested personnel next month according to BUPERS.
This program was established in 1964 to provide a highly select
group of young Americans with the experience of direct and personal
involvement in the governmental process.
In addition to their duties as Special Assistants to either Cabinet
members the Vice President the White House Staff or other top of.
? ficials in the Executive Branch,White House Fellows participate in an
a : educational program exploring government procedures.
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Military personnel selected as White House Fellows serve in this
capacity for one year and remain on active duty status, receiving full
pay and allowances.

Application materials may be obtained by writing to the Bureau of
Naval Personnel White House Fellows Program Manager (PERS

4028)), Department of the Navy, Washington, D.C. 20370 or by calling
202-694-5052 (commercial) or 224-5052 (Autovon).
t The BUPERS Program Manager is offering assistance in com-
pleting applications and urges all interested personnel to submit
roughs of their applications to PERS 4028 as soon as possible. All
I applications must be sent to the White House Fellows Commission by
Dec. 2. Initial screening of applicants will begin later that month.

Qualification requirements and application procedures are contained
in BUPERSNOTE of Aug. 30, 1973 and will be updated in a
THE FIRST-The first enlisted family to move into the new NAS Jax housing area was .forthcoming Notice.apartments .
EMCS Charles A. Daniels and his family. RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis ((2nd From Left) helps Mrs.
I Daniels cut the ceremonial ribbon as RAdm. Norman K. Green Commander Sea Based ASW Wings,
Atlantic Fleet; Senior Chief Daniels and his two children,Tywnia and Charleslook on. in a magnificent setting of live oak trees



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come up with a recipe this week that is just what the outdoor cook
needs when the thundershowers move in.
This recipe is compliments of Miss Pat Crosby of the Word
Processing Center, but she in turn gives credit for the recipe to her .
"Mom",Mrs.E.L.Crosby.Anyway,it's all in the family. M {14'M' i yh yhh yhl


Oven Bar-B-Que Chicken

Cut two 2V4 to 3 pound fryers in half lengthwise and arrange in a
single layer, skin side up in roasting pan. Sprinkle with salt and
pepper. Add just enough hot water to cover bottom of pan. Peel three
medium sized onions, slice thinkand place over top of fryers; tuck a ,&
slice under each wing. Place in heated 350 degree oven uncovered and MiS
bake 30 minutes.Turn fryers skin side down and cook for an additional
30 minutes.

Make a Bar-B-Que sauce of the following ingredients:
1& cups tomato juice .
Vi teaspoon cayenne pepper
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2 teaspoons salty '

teaspoon pepper r
V4 teaspoon powdered mustard .' ,. I A
4Vfc teaspoons Worcestershire sauce ;
1 bay leaf d

1 teaspoon sugar ..
% cup cider vinegar .
3 cloves garlic, chopped
3 tablespoons butter or oleo
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After fryers have cooked for one hour, remove from oven and pour Capt. William G. Sizemore the Navy Management Inprovement Program Cost Reduction Award.
off all but%cup of liquid from pan. During his two years as NAS Jax skipper, Capt. Sizemore has reported more than $13 million in cost
Turn fryers skin side up and pour sauce over them. Return to oven reductions and during Fiscal Year 1974 has achieved benefits in excess of $3 million within the
and bake one hour longer, basting frequently with sauce from the pan. provisions of TIMBO and the Cost Reduction program.




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I VP-56 sub hunters get together with submariners I

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Jax-VP-56 PAO Whale, a U.S. submarine.At Cornett and Ltjg( ) Don unidentified surface or subsurface knots. Once on deck, back to the
of recently hosted a the OPCON,the guests sat in Christianson. Cdr. Cornett, the units. OPCON for a debrief, and then to
group officers who had a on the mission brief and learned Patrol Plane Commander, The carrier and its task force, a well-deserved breakfast.
vested interest In seeing the that they would be working with covered the normal flight radar contacts and buoy positionswere Questions and answers
"state of the warfare.On art". in antisubmarine the aircraft carrier USS America routine, procedures to be all held in the computer throughout the flight providednew
that night. The briefing officer followed in the unlikely event of memory and displayed on insights for submariner and
board for
a demonstration then covered such subjects as an emergency and the use of the cathode ray tube scopes for use aviator alike.
flight were Capt. Bowannen, environmental conditions, other aircraft's survival gear. Ltjg) by the TACCO in analyzing the VP-56 can't help but wonder if
Chief of
Staff for
CTF- in NATO forces expected to be in Christianson, the Tactical tactical situation. The flow of the submariners went home justa
charge of submarine forces in the the area and known Soviet unitsin Coordinator (TACCO), sum- information between the aircraft little relieved to know that
Mediterranean, Capt. Wiehelm the Mediterranean.The marized the proposed tactical and the America was nonverbaland they're part of the same team the
from CTF- 7 in Naples and crew and passengers were"Dragons" procedures to be used on station. nearly instantaneous, "Dragons" belong to.JOLUTIoN.

Shortly after takeoff, the crew carried on computer-to-
arrived on station, checked in computer through the use of data
end exercisesJaxThe with the America, and went to link equipment.A .
work. bailout drill for readiness 6Q

"Dragons" of VP-56 recently took part in two multi-. Investigating surface contactsat sharpened appetites for another
national exercises staged out of Souda Bay, Crete. night at altitudes as low as 300 outstanding feature of flight in a ZU
From June 3-13 the squadron maintained a small detachment in feet, the submariners saw the P- P-3C. A fried chicken dinner with
Souda Bay to fly missions designed to improve coordination among 3C in its natural environment.Later apple pie and ice cold drinks m
allied forces. the crew was called uponto showed the guests that a full ten- ex:
International Week II was the first exercise, an exercise whose provide an anti-submarine hour flight does not go without its "
scenario was a task force of naval surface vessels in the Eastern barrier. Utilizing both acoustic compensations.Time .
and non-acoustic sensors, the to go home: a brief '
Mediterranean of
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By Albert B.Close.
it's finally happened. I have always been worried that
some of those huge, jumbo-sized new stamp issues might become the
size of postal cards, thus forcing us to write our message on the stamp
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.. itself.
Bhutan,a tiny kingdom in the Himalayas, has issued stamps in the
form of miniature 45 rpm phonograph records which sing the national
Military a p O anthem and folk songs,as well as give history lessons.
Also in Bhutan's inventory are three dimensional stamps with wild
animals and astronauts, and perfumed stamps picturing roses and
giving off their sweet scented aroma.A .
new form of hobby is discovered by combining phonograph record
collecting with stamp collecting. Especially apt for philately would be
the "talking postage stamp."
/ o I 1 Those concerned with the placing of postage stamps in time cap.
sules for future archeologists could have messages read from the
1 stamps as follows:
Or a 1 S 8 "I am a 25 cent Air Mail stamp issued on November 1, 1974 by the
Republic of Razzlevania. My original color is bistre brown, with
granite type paper and hole performations sized 12/xI2. I was printedin
erfeitS
$ 1 0 : / sheets of 50,with a margin inscription saying, 'Stamp Out Stamps'The
photo on the front side shows the National Postal Museum, while
0 I / the picture on the reverse side is of King Ongle Dock when he was
'* .'' '" ' '' ". .. ". '. three old, playing in the Royal Gardens. This is not to be
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fused with the dance hall of the same name inwhichKing Oliver and
? 1 / / his Creole Jazz Band invaded Chicago,U.S.A.in the late 1920's."
Who knows what possibilities lie ahead? We could even end up with
"jazz and rock on stamps; recordings and narration by Ralph Gleasonof
The Rolling Stone,and David Lidman of Linn's Stamp News."

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seconincome Motor vehicle accidents and DWI 1
traffic violations for month to Other Violations 49
date: Ten drivers appeared before
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis their Commanding Officers
month 18 Disposition of the cases include
This month year ago 31 the following: None lost
Total accidents this year 270 driving and parking privileges
? Total accidents year ago 498 aboard station. None assigned to
Number of injuries this month 0 complete Motorcycle Defensive
Number of injuries this month Driving Course; four admin.
year ago 2 Action; none Dismissed; two
NUMBER OF MOVING Article 15 UCMJ; fifty-eight
VIOLATIONSThis fined U.S. Magistrate; three
See us or your G month C6 warnings given; thirty-two were
$ $ $ Speeding 6 military; one dept. Head
disbursing officer q Reckless Driving 3 Counsel.

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to be 2 bedroom apartments
Screened-in patios or balconies
inSavings theCPirst Phone 264-2031

606 Highway 17

Orange Park,

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Savings Insured up to $20,000 by F.S.L.I.C. 'III. ). ,. GATOR DOWNS
12 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU ..... :;
15 NIGHTS A. WEEK 8 PM POST TIME

DOWNTOWN SOUTHSIDE BRANCH REGENCY SQUARE BRANCH TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY
Adams and Julia 1326 Prudential Dr.
PH.3548443'SOUTHWEST PH. 101 Monument Road --..-.:UP.i BRING TO GATE .
3987088DURKEEVILLE
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University Blvd.W QUARTER HORSE RACING
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BRANCH CLAY COUNTY BRANCH
MOBILLFFICE GOOD ANY ONE NIGHT
5911 Normandy Blvd. 2221 Kingsley Ave. Serving b ;Edwin
PH.781-1383 Orange Park, Fla. and Macclenny, Florida TAX ABSORBED BY MANAGEMENT /
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COLONY MOBILE HOME PARK & SALES"A ':.' .:.,}'.' ORIGINALII F AINTINGB'. : :. :::: Donald Registered William Real Trout'Estate,President Broker
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AT THE USO...
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Jax-The Jacksonville USO continues its busy social calendar with a V
Hospital Party tonight at the Naval Regional Medical Center, startingat s a f
6:45: p.m. All USO junior volunteers and participants meet at 6 ; k
_
p.m.Uncle S j r j J''S
Sam's Orphans, a USO pantomime group, will perform at the \ .
Salvation Army's welfare camps in Keystone, Fla.on July 25 and Aug. rr r S
1.The group will provide an hour and a half of entertainment. for the P e t
camps' young people. d P
The USO Council of Jacksonville will have its monthly luncheon at
the USO on Thursday July 25, starting at noon. On the agenda are .
reports on the United Way and the USO study group, discussion of the
proposed budget, plans for the 1975 Annual Dinner and a guest NAVY 1
speaker.The .
next "Return to Prohibition" night has been set for Saturday, 1 S>R J
Aug. 3, from 8-11:30: p.m. at the Candlelight Restaurant. USO junior dAcv
volunteer hostesses will be on hand and all area servicemen are in _.fc&%-** Mll -
vited. Entertainment will be provided the First Street Band and TOASTMASTERS ELECT OFFICERS-The new officers of the Navy Jax Toastmasters Club are
threre is no admission charge.For (L-R): Don Bradt, president; Lt. Rich Melano, sergeant-at-arms; Cdr. Bill Peek, administrativevice I
more info on the USO call the USO's new NAS Jax office at 772- president; Ens. Ben Hillman, secretary-treasurer; and Lt. Larry Koppenhaver, educationalvice
3124. president.The Club meets each Wednesday noon at the NAS Jax Officers Club.


CHRISTIAN REFORMED

I Church of Jacksonville

Eastern Beach Duty. Any Volunteers?
;., ...Welcomes you to It's Worship
Services. CHURCH SCHOOL
,
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\bugotta believe! married,your wife gets the same discount on 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11
-a.m. Vesper worship 5pm.
Men, we know how hard you've been lodging,and in many cases up to two children Presently meeting at the
training for this mission.You've even been under 12 years of age,stay in your room free. Arlington 1222 Women's CLOCK Club.!.
dreaming about it.Well,this is it!You know whatto And in many Beach Duty destinationsyou R .=V. HENRY T.KARSTEN
do.When you hit those beaches you will can play golf, tennis, shop, take boat rides, PASTOR
take in shows snorkel and sailing lessons Call 725-3558
secure your objective and hold it until further ,get for transportation.
and sightseeing tours at a discount that is Comel

orders.You will be flown in by Eastern Airlines. reserved only f for you,the serviceman.
Intelligence informs us that Eastern is the best For full report on every beach,hotel and -- ). -
airline for such beach maneuvers,owing not special military package deal available with
only to a special military fare ((25% off regular Eastern's Beach Duty,pick up a full-color ,
coach fare; no standby) that's good every day in brochure at your local SATO office or mail this

the week,but they also have more flights per coupon. 'f.
day to more beach destinations in Florida and Any questions?Call your local SATO / ......)...... ) I r
the Caribbean than any other airline. office,or EastemAirlines. "1'? --

Plus, Eastern has designed all kinds of ,
special military package deals.In Florida,Puerto DEER SPRINGS

Rico,the Bahamas,Mexico,Jamaica,and six EASTERN ESTATES
other Vacation Islands in the Caribbean,they'vegot ,f"
discounts at selected hotels for you.If you're THE WINGS OF MAN ", ....ATKEYSTONE
HEIGHTS
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JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER PAGE 9

Credit Union opens rt ../'Cf'''':' 1J -.


Clay County branch .; .. y'P- r r\:,,. :__. .
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Jax The Jax Navy Federal Credit Union opened a -r- ..
fourth branch office Tuesday-the Clay County Service 4M
Center.

Located in Orange Park at 190 Arora ,Blvd. off
Blanding between 1-295 and Kingsley Ave., the new
office will be offering most of the services available at t....
,. Only
the other full-service branches.The .J

opening of this office was a result of a tremendous
increase in the number of credit union members living 12 Minutes
in the Clay County area, according to credit union of-
ficials. and
During the past four years, the credit union's Clay
County membership has grown by 250 percent to over
5,500 members living there today. Total Jax Navy One "
Federal Credit Union membership is close to 44,000.
An Open House held Monday for members of the Clay
County Development Authority, Clay County Com- ii'L- Bridge
mission, Orange Park City Commission and the credit
union officials gave these VIP's the opportunity to meet -II
each other. Away

The credit union has also purchased property at the TAKES HELM TOMORROW. Warren E. Aut is scheduled to
corner of Arora Blvd. and Blanding for construction of a become HS-l's new skipper tomorrow, relieving Cdr. Fred W. Johnston That's all that separates you
larger structure when ,Jr. Change of Command ceremonies are set to start at 10 a.m. in from Woodlake Jackson.ville's *
permanent member demand Hanger 116. most spacious apartment .:
requires it.HS5. community, and the
Take Muck in Amrriia, Naval Base Quiet wooded
set to deployJax grounds surround and extensive the residences -

recreational facilities. Six
HS-5, under the command of LCdr. E. R. Sands, different floor plans let you
is scheduled to leave for the Mediterranean next week choose from luxury one. two
after spending the last five months here. and and three three bedroom bedroom garden town-

The cruise, onboard the USS Independence, is slatedto house styles. So if you're
last six months with calls at Palma, Barcelona, an looking for the finest in living
accommodations .
in France and several Greek cross
unspecified port ports. the Buckman Bridge.woodlake.
HS-5 is an experienced sea-going squadron, having GUITAR PLAYERS
returned from a six-month cruise in January. ,
During the last cruise and in the work-up cruises this STUDIO A planned luxury
year HS-5 pilots and crewman rescued eight aircrew communitywoodlake.
members and three Greek nationals and during the
,
Middle East War stayed at sea for 28consecutive days, /< *-GUITARS -
providing ASW protection for the Independenceand -K AMPLIFIERS 1.2.3.Bedroom
other Sixth Fleet ships. I + INSTRUCTION Garden Apartments
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THE SOUTHEAST PRESIDENTS ACCOUNT: '-

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the only unlimited checking, but save you considerable as you like, with no service, charge. "'.'
time, trouble, extra trips and money with Mail the coupon and let us send you a
nine other useful banking services. President's Account application.When you
think about it, $2 hasn't been worth this muchin
year. ,, HERFS WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR$2: years.

1. Your Presidents Account Card. This entitles
you to all 10 useful bank services, including l(':
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+ into any Southeast Bank and have your personal :< n; "
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The Good Southeast check cashed, no questions asked. ,ACC ; A'I ''I"
Neighbor.ft 2. Unlimited check writing. Write as many
checks as you like, there's no charge, no minimum :i ,
: ft Ttm Mtpinm I The frit rtmiQPrm: balance required.
REDUCED- 3. Reduced rates on direct consumer loans. d
Owner being transfered.! Must When you qualify for a car loan, home improve-
sell Room this, "beautiful'/" bath 3 home BR, Family with ment loan, vacation loan, you name it, you'll { '
carpet. Air, Custom drapes, receive special low interest rates. (Minimumloan
fenced yd. Covered patio. Conv. $1,000.)
to bases. Now $24,000.
4. $5 savings bonus. When you open a new .5
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savings account for$25 or moreor add $25 or 5
TOiDREHAND - - -
more to an existing account, a$5 deposit will be r ,
REALTORS771.8866 on us1.(One time only.)
5//. No charge for scenic and personalized I SOUTHEAST BANK OF ORANGE PARK
6A40 103rd St. (between bases) checks. Whenever you need them, whicheverway 12044 U.S. Highway 17,Orange Park, Fla. 32073 I f.I =.

you want them, they're yours. .
6. No service charge for traveler's checks.At I I'd like to bring my cost of banking down. Please I

$1 per$100, if you travel enough, you might I rush me a Southeast Presidents Account application. I .
even save enough for dinner at the best restau- Name
COMING I SOON! rant in Paris. 1 I
7. Money orders and cashier's checks with no I Address
I II
..another CHARTER service charge. We'll write as many as you need,
whenever you need them. I City/State/Zip I II

8. Master Charge The most popular credit I Phone number I II
TIRECITY
card world is yours. If you have a Southeast
Master Charge card, you've already qualified for I I have a checking account with the following I II

the Presidents Account. I Southeast Bank I II
9. Bouncenroof checking.. If you accidentally'
overdraw your checking account or buy some- I account number I II _
747 Pa* Si (U.S. 17)) thing for more'than your balance,only your I .I
My Master Charge Account number is
banker will know. We'll add money to your check I .:
ORANGE PARK ing account and charge it to your Master Charge. L-------------.. '.

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ground check personnel and production workers, have been puttingthe
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Headed by Senior Test Pilot,LCdr.P.J.Gallagher,the NARF pilots
exude the kind of professionalism characteristic of today's Navy,each ...".
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possessing more than 14 years of flying experience. An average of
3,000 hours have been logged by the aviators selected for this special .it\ w .
work which requires an abundance of know-how about all types of >-..
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There is still much to be done when the completed aircraft is rolled L:1
out of the production area,according to Robert Schaaf,Ground Check L
Foreman. For several days, permanent ground check personnelswarm
over the aircraft,inspecting every part. Each vital system is
checked and rechecked-hydraulics, wire connections, structures,
weapons systems-every inch is scrutinized. SIGNING HIS CHECKOUT CARD, Test pilot LCdr. P.J. Gallagher takes charge of the aircraft

When the ground check team completes its inspection, the pilot from his around crew. ____ C' .....,..... ___ .,, .
takes the aircraft up for a test run.Years of experience ride with him W
as he checks the aircraft for discrepancies revealed in flight. The
precise type of flight varies according to requirements,but one thingis
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wants to lend you all the money you'll need to help ,, ,1 1
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beat prices and to buy the bargains you want before

they're gone. ENTERTAINMENT TO NURSING!
You don't have to make a lot to borrow a lot at GAG.
loan things: the i NIGHTLY Your free time can be turned Into
The size of your depends on many cash by part time and full-time
bills you have or have had. What you own or want to -- -+ F'-' 8:30: pm til 1:30: amA nursing in hospitals, nursing
buy. The kind of work you do. And, because you homes and private homes. All
J types of duty available. We
wear a uniform, the kind of work you do rates very Cocktail Hour 5-7 pm understand Navy Family's

high with GAG. A steady income makes it easier for .. needs. Top pay. Work when you
:' !!< want for as long as you want. No
you to get a loan. But, more important, GAG wants SPECIAL RATES perpersonFOR fee to register.
to serve you because you serve your country. SERVICEMEN a 600 double occupancy RN's88LPN'sNEEDED

Whatever your needs, whatever CALL 356-5833 TODAY
Entertainment Nitely Quarterdeck Lounge A Dint at Biter's Sea rood
the reason, let GAG put a jingle in Restaurant,250 Beautiful' ,Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone Olympic
Swimming Pool Fret Undercover Parking.
your dutflebag. r, II .' MEDICAL
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355.5466D 764.7765a Finance MOTOR HOTEL Home owned&operatedby
30 W. Duval St. Highland Shopping Center 9' 901 Main Street Phone 33S-J744 Capt.BILL.READ(USNR)
355.2671 926 Dunn Ave. WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL POINTS OF INTEREST President
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CALL: 3873566iMMMWnwrMMMnwo0iiiiyiWjty Movie Schedule

*
AdS Should be mailed to arrive not later than nm
arriving too !ate for this deadline will be published Tuesday the for publication the flowing Thursday. Ads
structed otherwise. A check or fOllowing week publ l.iher; is in-
money order for .ne cost of
the ad -
RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines) ..$2.50 T'/'"' WITH the copy. Thursday,July 18 "lLAY'llitON" Action

Mail to: HOLT PUBLISHING radd' ( words per line) ...60c "LIGHTNING SWORDS OF Drama, Starring Telly Savalas
CO.,
4565 SHIRLEY AVE", JACKSONVILLE 32210 DEATH" Action Drama, and Ivan Dixon. "R" (93 min.)

l Starring Tom Wakayama and Monday,July 22

J T "E; e, YMENT":1: : 5.Piece drumset DRUMSET 3BR. TRAILER Goh Kato. "R" ((89 min.) "SKYJACKED" Suspense
plus 3
hat & drummers throne symbols, high. W.W carpet, 2AC, Conv. to Cecil Field Friday July 19 Drama, Starring Charleton
LIKE TO HELP PEOPLE? $250. 786.1037. excel cond., & NAS, 103rd St. & Ricker Rd., 7717384 "LEGACY OF BLOOD" Heston and Yvette Mimieux.

Full or Part-Tlme work available. Horror, Starring Merry Anders "PG" ((101 min.)

St.Niagara 3558550.Massage Equipt. 4300 Main MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 1 {;;; MOBILE. .HOMES. !. and John Caradine. "PG" (88 Tuesday,July 23
Double bed, box sprlnmattress min.) "TRINITY IS STILL MY

S30., Piece Dinette $20. 778.1385. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Saturday,July 20 NAME" Western, Starring
WAITRESS NEEDEDAt 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS Clean modern "FIDDLER ON THE ROOF" Terence Hill and Bud Spencer.

Full-time.Japanese 25 Restaurant.W. Duval St.Part-time 3530163.or 5;;v
Norma Crane. "G" ((179 min.) Wednesday,July 24
AUTOMOTIVE SALESSECRETARY TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo 1 1972 REMBRANDT FREE SPECIAL MATINEEFOR "THE SERPENT" Drama,
up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile 60'X12', 2BR., Take over pymis. plus
radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to equity, AC, dishwasher, fncd. lot. 5 THE YOUNGSTERS Starring Yul Brynner and Henry
LIght dictation required, excellent $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far miles from NAS, 7719239.60'X12'DORADO. Sunday,July 21 Fonda. "PG" ((114 min.)
fringe benefits Including
company below
near-future
values. Call Tony
paid Insurance.. Westside VW,
phone .
George, 389 5514, Eve. 771-1976.
Herb Lane, 7815511.
WYNNE REALTYOF FLORIDA
Realtors Specialist 2BR., l'/2BA., wet bar, completely CAREER IN FINANCE
JANITORIAL JOB turn., W-W carpet thruout, In park
Part-time evenings 5P.M. 10P.M. near pool. Rent or pay equity and buy.
NAS JAX. 3552741. Royal Services. VERY NICE Phone 771.2405 after 5:30 P.M. & WOMENCOLLEGE
MEN
FOR
3 Bedrm. Home with Air Cond. &
range, serving bar between kitchen &
TEMPORARY INDUSTRIAL HELP- LR, fenced backyard. Only $17,000- WE BUY AND SELLGOODUSEDMOBILE DEGREE NOT REQUIRED.
PICK YOUR OWN WORK DAYSIf VA. Call today. HOMES HOWWILL YOUR CAREER DECISION
you have any days with 8 to 10 hrs. JACK FOREHAND Phone 388-4619 REFLECT YOUR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS&GOALS?
free, and would like 10 earn extra 6040 103rd St.between( bases)
money, we have numerous |lobs Corp. Realtor-M.LS.771.8866
available with warehouses, factories LET YOUR RENT If you are looking 'for satisfaction that comes with Involvementwith
Import firms, etc. Pay ranges from BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT people, a challenge that utilizes your abilities, and advancement
$2.00 hr up. We now have an office In 3BR2BA.BRICK DEPOSIT REQUIRED that relates directly to your effortthen H.F.C.'s
Cedar Hills for Range & refrigerator, enclosed SUMIT MOBILE HOMES best We
your convenience for Management training program Is your opportunity. are
further Info.call 355-2738 from 10AM. garage w-W&D connection, fncd., 5210 Phillips, Highway- ,733.9422- looking for career minded,ambitious people,21 or older,who havea
3P.M. pecan trees, pay equity & assume BRING THIS AD FOR $100.OFF flair for leadership and a mature business attitude to train for
pymts. $161.89 Mo. Vansandt Realtor, executive positions In our branch offices. Unlimited advancement
3893549. ': opportunity,secure future,outstanding benefits In nation's largest
I IT.9RThh1PtNO : 1u \
APT. HOUSE DESK CLERKS ; : "11' : \I consumer finance company (VA Approved)
Full or part time. Retired military
pref. 387-3797 after 7 PM. FOSHEE REALTY CASH NEEDED
Immediate cash for your equity, none 1969 Camaro, Z-28, 3Spd., Mags & HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION

I MISCELLANEOUS d too large or too small. racing stripes, $1095 or low mo. 6282103rd St.or 5713 Beach Blvd.
388.1581 Broker pymts. 388-6422.
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Want To Be A DISC JOCKEY Household Is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all minority &
Call Mike Taylor, 784-4124 or '72TRIUMPH SPITFIREIn female applicants will be considered on the same basis as other
Columbia School of Broadcasting 354- FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS Good Condition, 2DR., Roadster, applicants without regard to race,sex,or natural origin.
8351 Home school San Francisco, CONTACTJoe $2100. if interested call 3888804.NOCASHNEEDED .
course by home study Approved for Roplak (RET. NAVY) Realtor.
Veterans. Local office Fla. Nat'l. Associate Representing

Bank. Our 8th Year. (not affiliated Blinding Agency, Inc. Realtors 1967 Mustang, 3-Spd., runs good,
:with CBS, inc.) OFFICE:771-8016 RES 711-7715 mags, $895. or low mo. pymts. 3886422. -
Big Chief Say:

LIVE CRABS REAL ESTATE .a+ U don't have to TOTE 'EM...
Wilford's Fish New & used home sales, equities, WANTED
Camp
264-9707 appraisals. Our staff is navy oriented. USED MOTORCYCLES Big Chief puts 'em on FREE!
1
Room 604, First Federal Bldg. Call Any shape, size, year, model, or
355-9094, 384-5212, 7712189. condition. 387-0551.

Page Aspinwall, Broker
I
AUTO AIR CONDo SERVICE -
NO CASH NEEDED
Also home Central units & window r r
1967 Chevy Impala, 2DR. HT, AC,
AC. Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 3885161.
OWNER $695., or low mo. pymts. 388-6422.
3BR., 1BA. brick home, fenced corner
lot,dbl. garage,patio, BBQ pit. $13,000 MONARCH JJI
SUMMER CAMP FOR KIDS equity, total price $21,900. 4505 74DATSUNB210 r
Ages 8.16, Fishing, Horseback, Manchester Rd. 387-2282. 3,600 Miles, AC, 4 on floor, no cash at J r J
Swimming, Accredited r Meals, 1,000 credit' union. 3897577. Heavy Duty '' lPJ JPf

acres, 246-7004 or 249.9516.RESTAURANT .
J lRENTACS' : I NO MONEY DOWN 4-Ply J

EQUIPMENTLike Financing for E-2's & Up, 18 yrs. &
new cond., full layout for Sand. ORANGE PARK-HOUSE older, lots of cheap transp. 3886422. /
3BR., 2BA., Furn., CH&A, W&D DW, Polyester
with or Short order restaurant. 384-
Fncd. Yd., fully carpeted,Avail. July.
5678
or 2468383. I
26 .1397. MALIBU
AC, PS, PB, AT, An excellent buy. 30.000 MILE 14
JEANS PROFESSIONAL Priced to sell at $2,250. 1-824-8014.NOCASHNEEDED GUARANTEEF78x14or15.FOR.$71/ r

DANCE ACADEMY ORANGE PARK '
Wesconnett at 103rd & Orange Park, Duplex Apt., 2BR., Furn. or Unfurn.
Bellalr Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe, Cov. to schools, 5 min. to NAS, will 1969 Chevy Impala, 2DR. NT, sharp, 80 ,
Jazz, Hula, Tahltlan, Baton, & rent to families or bachelors 2646884. $995. or low mo. pymts. 388-6422. ,
Acrobatics. Register Now, 771.2521,
771-5464, 778.3655, Children & Adults. -


G78x14 or 15 ....4 FOR.,1580
OEORGE'SKENNELS ORIENTALFOOD
Dogs A Cats Boarded
Since 1925. Grooming, training & 7980 /
shipping. Visitors welcome. H18x14 or 15 ....4 FOR....
Bankamerlcard & Mastercharge STORE
F.E.T. $2.41 to $2.82
honored. Off 1.10 near Cassat Aye&
Wk, lOAM to'PM Sunday 12 to 8
Edgewood Ave. 7 Days Passenger Tire Guarantee 44
Specializing In Foods From:
5085 Edgewood Court,783-1625
KOREA THAILAND .Guaranteed again all road hazards for the life of the original
*JAPAN *CHINA tread.If lire fail,w.will,at our prior, repair It Or..or replace -
FRESH JUMBO SHRIMP DAILY *PHILIPPINES HONG KONG it,charging only for the tread woar on a prorate haro of
Also,fresh crabs *TAIWAN VIETNAM *HAWAII the current pric.plus lax.
264-0677. BLANDINO BOULEVARD PHONE 184-7233 .Guaranteed against woar-owt for a ipecified number mile.
"01 Office, Front of Pantry Pride Food Store) If tread wean out in this period, wo win replace it,charging
(Next to Lakeshore Post far mileage used on a prorate hore of the current price, plus
SINGER ZIG ZAG tax.Commercial vehklot'oxcluded.
Sewing Machine, looks like new. 1973
Model, zlg zags, appliques,
monograms, etc. Need someone to ZIG-ZAG PORTABLES .
pay balance$ 3,20 or assume$9.10 per '\:
month. payments. Will take trade. AUTOMATIC MACHINESFully e
Phone 731-0255. Ask for Credit. Guaranteed
Manager. Will deliver, no obligation.

t TIRE COMPANY
FBMXAMCXICMI [nusiw charge]

89 Open 8-4 Mon.-FrL, 8-2 Sat/
FORD CAMPER TRUCK
Good Condition,Sleeps 4,
from s ''NORM AND* L0a* c'. .*o'WA.iri o..R.T'.RP M* -
Call 711.6131.23"PHILCOCONSOLE.
Expert repairson S0K/NPIINC> Bl. '0 JO.-J. ".I 'J'
all makes. .. c f v T uRNEJt: OR > !

DISCOUNT CENTER CONSOLES
SERVICE
Model color television. Good con. & DESKS
dition. Nice cabinet $75. Call 771-4105 6110 103rd St.Near Blonding
or see at 6889 Tom Thumb Drive.

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Super 8 with Projector, Whirlpool! 115Vac. Used two

THE Fie -T MARKET Typewriter Stand, Small Book weeks Sacrifice $150.00 PH 264-

case, Gerbil! Cage 2 tubes 781.8849 0965
A FREE PERSONAL WAN r.AD SERVICE
for Military and Civilian Employees rf NAS Ju and NAS Cecil Field _
I 750 HONDA 4 month's old, 8 In. Girls Three Speed Blue BIKE.

p-------a--r.-arror---.rlfasr lil extended front end, 2 custom Fantastic New Condition. Moving

FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM 1 helmets plus more(Must sell, call must sell 264.5856 aft 4:30 $35.00

772-8613

I (lADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) ... .." For Sale: 3BR-2BAFR, BIRO,

p i I For Sale: 5,000 BTU Whirlpool DW, AC, Eat'in-Kitchen-
I AIR
CONDITIONER Very Partially/ enclosed patio-Fully

1I I Little $50 264-4245; landscaped Orange Park

(Lakeside No. 6)) 264.3903
Recreation Room FURNITURETwo

couches & One chair Good

Condition $60.00 Call 264-5153 71 MONTE CARLO 12x64 on

I Ty'PE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW .1 after 6:00PM: Private Lot 2 BR, Separate DR

I BE SURE INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. Washer-Dryer Furn-Unfurn. Like

I FREE: Kittens Two Black and New 772.1331 or Ext 2376

I White "Patches" and One Black

I Name Office or activity to which assigned I and Grey "Tiger". Six Weeks By Owner BR, Split Level, 2
I Old, Weaned, Housebroken 264- Bath Den, WW Carpet, Dbl. Gar,

I 8365 Fenced Back Yard with

Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signaturemust I Privileges to Drs. Lake. $12,500
SAILBOAT Cal 20, Hood Sails, and Assume 7%PCT. Orange

I 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active provide all Information requested, ie: Full I Outboard Aux, Head, Sleeps Four Park 264.7622
military or civlian; employee: personnel assigned toN name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I 264-5035
NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity
For Sale HARLEY
to which he Is assigned and office telephone. This : 1968
I J. Free advertising in the '.':lee-T MARKET" For Sale-((2)) 18,000 BTU AIR
information is for authentication only and: your ad I DAVIDSON 1200cc, New paint
will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housingfor
I should be worded independently of this information.S. CONDITIONERS ((1)) Year Old job, Extended Front End, Ex
personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to Whirlpool ((1)) Older Model cellent Condition, (PCS) Must
for of to In
Deadline receipt advertising appear I
and from work announcements of educational Fedders Both for $200.00 or Sold Sell $1000.00 Call 778.1335 or see
the following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads
courses offered by nonprofit organizations or arriving after that date will be placed in the Separately Call 771.6325 After at 5342 Seaboard Ave. No. 11
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted
following week's edition. Ads will be run only one Work
only if the words "PCS" (for military), or
I time, unless re-submitted as prescribed above.
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the Ifr. For Sale: Kenmore WASHING

I Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the No phone calls will be accepted regarding i For Sale: Security-Six, .357 MACHINE. Good condition $55.00
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied
I by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR Magnum Ruger Revolver Never Philco AIR CONDITIONER
I NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide Fired $100. Also 19" Emerson 12,000 BTU $40.00 Magnavox 19"
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. '
B&W Portable TV, Like
new
B&W TV Needs work. $15.00
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed
in each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No $50.00 389-6570 Phone 786.1599
I
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be

I "Flee-T accepted. I I'm Driving to Boston, Mass Aug. MOVIE OUTFIT Like New Can
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to
I MARKET" Editor CO JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, I. Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a 1 Need Someone to Share Drivingand Adapt for Sound 771-3211 Ext 524

I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above Expenses. Call Dave Allen

I OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher 3456 or 3050 1971 DATSUN "510" Sedan,
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor, c-o AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or ell I ads.
I 111 NAS. Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These forms Excellent Condition. Call 772.9780
----- 1965 CORVAIR MONZA, HT, 4- After 6:00PM or 387-0554 $1500
.;M -----lw a----.------------.--ttslFor --! ----.
Dr. Sport Sedan, AT, R&H,

REFRIGERATOR, 8 years old, 7 Mins. to NAS. Best offer see to Sale: 30 in Gas stove. Good Factory Air, Tinted Glass, WSW For Sale-il SKAMPER Hard-Top

excellent'' conditon. $90.00. Call appreciate 3504.3400 after 5 p.m. condition $50, Call 778-3340 tires, $200 Phone 264-6126 Pop-Up Camper. Sleeps 6, sink,
772-8443 after 5:00:: P.M. 264-6792
biro! refrig, porta-pottlllke newt!
SEWING MACHINE, Singer ZigZag BAHA DUNEBUGGY-Excellent Asking $1,440. Call 268.9678
CATBOAT 165 Sg. Ft. of SAIL. For Sale: Ford Tot Guard car In cabinet, sparingly used, Condition-Street Legal, Tow Bar

Seats 16'6"x7'3V, with,trailer 1 seat $15,' Hula Coupe walker .-.. like new. $75.00, call 731.1714- and Complete Canvas Enclosure. 1967 FORD FAIRLANE GTA,
305?, 264-4747 750. Good condition. Call 772- !
(Evening) Best Offer Call 398-4412 After 1400
PB, PS, AM Radio, Good Tires,
7939 Call 772-2684 Current inspection sticker, Best
23" MOTOROLA COLOR T.V. For Sale
Bicycle Built for two 1
offer. Contact Mac Cecil Ext 328
Med. Cab. very good condition 26" BOYS ENGLISH BIKE month old. With Baby seat. Call WEDDING DRESS, White with or 365,

25000. 23" BLACK & WHITE Priced low Call 264-8655 and ask 384.1882 anytime $90.00 veil Size 12, never been worn,
MODERN CAB $35.00 Call 786- for Colleen.
$100.00 Cecil Ext. 8112 after
or For Sale: 72 HONDA CL100, Like
0309 For Sale: Waterfront Black 5:00PM: 771.8607FURNISHED New Condition $350.00 Moving

18' SEA BREEZE, 1974 85 HP Creek 3 Bedroom, CH&A Large
Must Sell 786.4133 or Cecil X 107
Free CALICO KITTEN. Very Evinrude 1974 Harden Tilt covered patio, 1 acre fenced, LAKE HOME For

affectionate ORPHAN needs Trailer. Boat open for Fishing artesian well, underground Rent Sept 74-May 75 2 BR IVa For Sale: 1971 BMW R75.5

good home. 388-6175 after 6 p.m. $2300, 786-7659 sprinkling! carpeted, panneled, Baths FR W-Ffreplace CH-A on MOTORCYCLE. 11,000 miles.

$42,000. 772-9410 White Sands Lake 40 ml from Jax Call LT KAMBIC. Work, Cecil
Moving must sell. 18,500 BTU 1973 DELTA 88 Olds. Like new, 264-4170
205248227. Home 264-0885 after 5
co'dspot' air condition elec. stove. 16,000 miles, $200.00 and payoff
For Sale: 3 BR, 2 BA BRICK, PM
Double bed. wing back sofa. Bal. $2,790.00 786-7659
For Sale Admiral Princess 90
:
$29,338 2 Yrs Old CH&A, BIRO
Antique coffee table and end
tables Available Immediately 6068 Window AIR CONDITIONER Early American DINING Room .

odds&ends 772-0867 Birier Rd 771.1144 9,000 BTU, 2 Yrs Old $80 Call 771- SET, Maple Table. Chairs, Hutch

For Sale 18,000 BTU Sears Air! 7273 after 6pm1972MOBILE & China Cabinet, Good Condition
HOUSE FOR RENT Avail!! 5
Conditioner 210.250 Volts 1 year Sears Coldspot AC 22000 BTU IVa $95.00 Also New Gun Cabinet
Aug. Brick, 3BR. 2BA, air cond.
old Warranty good till June $150 Years Old $150.00 Firm Call 771- HOME69'x12'3 BR $45.00 771-6793
Carpet, large yard. Cedar Hills
Unfurnished Take
771-2068 after 5 p.m. 1989 over

estates. $250.00 per month. 772- .......... Payments $123.50; CHA; Dishwasher -
0867
.......... 1973 350 HONDA, Needs Minor Washer Dryer; Chain 40 GAL. Hot WATER HTR.
Pull Back Handle Bar Link Fence; 778-0758 after 5 Element Burned Out.
Repair
Upper Only
1965 CH EVY V P.V., CAP, 2" 1970 18' Bowrider, 120 HP 1.0 ,
Reese & ball hitch 4 spare tires Merc,"jlser Tilt trailer, lights, Headers, and Extras $575.00 Must 1 Yr old. Will Deliver for $15. 264-
REWARD-Lost Dog, Male,
Sell. Ext 3582Kenmore
7747
& rims- pair 16", $725.00. 387- bilge pump, ski lines & ladder
English Setter Brown & White,
3475 1975 fees paid Blue book $2500
Answers to "Chad". No Collar 6
Asking! $2000. 264-3662 Top of the Line
mo. old. Call 786-7711 Evenings
Candlelight, Wedding Gown and WASHER and DRYER. Designedfor .1973 GT 550K SUZUKI-3600 miles

Veil, Size 16. For $75.00: Blue Apartment. Includes Rack 771-8075 $1300 Zenith COLOR Portable

and Vent. $250.00 PH 264-9627 $250.00 Mens BICYCLE New 2611
Crepe Formal, Size 16 for $25.00.
For Sale POLAROID 340 plus For Sale Black 57' CHEVY. 2 dr.
Call 731-1714 $50
(Evenings)
portalt kit $60. Self teaching 36 1970 PONTIAC TEMPEST In excellent condition but needs

Books $30.00. Pacific Model DL. Economy 6 Cyl. Loaded Green engine work. $500 or best offer.
Remodeling-Must Sell 4
-
years. 366 shotshell reloader $70.00 with Vinyl Top. Call after 5:00 Call 772.7411
old excel cond. Tappan Range : pm 74 KAWASAKI, 175 cc, COMB

24" Grn. White Penncrest Dies and scale plus 500 12 ga wads 725-4994 Dirt-Road BIKE. 1600 ml, Under
Sale 1970 OPEL.Wrecked
-Swap: ,
Portable Dishwasher Included. Phone 771-5969 $725 264-7747
cutting Warranty
1967 FORD GALAXY 500 Good for Parts.Can be Restored.

board top. $100.00 Each 26458978'x25' ATPSV8-18 MPG $450.00 See at $150.00 or Trade for Gun or Boat.

Homeor YAMAHA R5C 350 '72 Avon tires, Quarters RR, Mustin Road, NAS, 264.5945 (Continued page 17))
one bedroom Mobile
expansion chambers, new Jax or Call 771-6202
-
can be used as camping --- -
brakes seals and
: gaskets.
trailer, AC unit and carpeting .
Diamond chain with alloy Unique Hand-Crafted Burmese .

$1,200.00 388.8375 sprockets. $500.00 264.4476 Teak SEWING CABINET with *THE HAREM *

Storage, Formica Work Surface .
For Sale: SKAMPER POP-UP ,,
and SINGER GOLDEN TOUCH ,
CAMPER TRAILER Completely r
-
Fabulous I 264-8365
furnished. Sleeps 8. Call SPANISH STYLE DINING Open 4PMI w

772-8769 TABLE with four matching ALL NEWTOPLESS DANCERS
For Sale 1971 Cricket.1969 Flat
chairs and two leaves.SacrifIce at : TOPLESS GO-GO 4PM-2AM
124 Station Wagon 781.8849
For Sale: 1972 Eagle. 12x65 2BR, $125 firm. Call 3614 days or 264- Raised Shew Bar

2 BA, WWC, CH&A Furn-Unfurn. 6373 anytime. 10 W. Church St. 35l-f 7tPAGE



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Indy- driver coming to lax ( .from MARKETCont. page 16)) I


For Sale-MOTORCYCLE-1972 45 ml per gal. 1970 SUBURA 360
Triumph "Tiger" Good Condition Deluxe Have Two for Sale, Both
Jax-Veteran Indianapolis "500" driver Bob Veith will be $1250.00 Call 786-3231 Weekday 1- for $650.00 Call 771.9503
NAS Jax, Cecil Field and Mayport. appearing soon at 2:30: p.m. Sat.&Sun. 8.9 p.m.

Veith is scheduled to be at the NAS
Jax
and at the Cecil Theater Aug. 1 at 9:30: a.m. and 2:45: SAILBOAT Montgomery 10. For Sale BAR plus 4 STOOLS
p.m. Field Theater on July 31 at 10 am and 1 p.m. Excellent condition, used one Monkey Pod Top Stainless Sink,
He presents a speech 1 entitled "Highway Safety is No Ac'ident" and shows season. Can also be rowed or Bottle Holders, Glass Cabinets,
films of Indy racing motored. Galvanized trailer, Mahogany Break-A-Way Front
Veith is sponsored by Champion extras. $700 Call 264.3532 Call 2645402
Spark Plugs and the company has received a .
Public Service Award evenings.VW
from the National Safety Council for his efforts.

In addition to driving race cars, Veith averages 35,000 miles per year on the SUNROOF SEDAN, 1967. I SCM Portable TYPEWRITER,
nation's highways, making him well qualified to speak on highway safety. have receipts for new 1300 Excellent for students, like new,
engine, new clutch, new brakes, $40 Call 388.1216 after 5pm
new starter, new tuned exhaust,
-.- -- new wiring. Guarantee on parts

and labor. Needs minor body 3BR, 2BA, Fla. Rm, Den, Fenced
work and paint. $1100.00. 3118 Yard, 3634 Rendale Dr; Equity &
days or 384.6330 after 5. Mike. .
Assume Mortgage; Call 733 1156
EveningsFor
For Sale: 1971 HARLEY
-
DAVIDSON 350cc Motorcycle.
[ 5,000 miles. $600 or best offer.
.
--- N Sale 71 PINTO
.Call I 284-5904 :
RUNABOUT Excellent Con.
BELT VIBERATOR -Deluxe dltlon. Large Engine, AC, AM-
r $190.00 Model Sale for $85.00 Call FM Radio, 4 Speed, Michelin
rI I \: 171.9503 Radials' $1600. Call 387.5249 after
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2DrHTVTPSPBACX3150 73 DODGE MONACO STARTING $2299 PoE

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Some of our Toyotas get up to 30 miles to the
72 PARAMOUNT Opportunities are available to those who gallon.What does your present car get?

MOBILE HOME qualify. Learn to operate cranes, drag. .
2 BR, Front Den lines, scrapers, clamshells, bulldozers,
Includes Set Up and backhoes, trenchers. Train at home fol.
delivery 50 mile radius lowed by practical training at our large
school-owned facilities. Accredited Member NHSC

$4795 Approved for Vets & Inservice Personnel

Phone: ((305)) 642-0800

JAX NAVY FEDERAL -UNIVERSAL'HEAVY---CONSTRUCTION---'---SCHOOLS----,Dtpl-;:-AFN------ C.i,.n Cor...1600

l 1901 N.W.7 Street, Miami Florida 31125
CREDIT UNION. I'' I 1 Name AQe_ LOOK AT THESE GAS SAVER SPECIALS!
1 1I
PHON 384.1391 1 Address 1
I 74 HILUX P.U. Truck,Green,8,000 miles. $3188
DICK WALLACE 1
1 PhoneMOBILE +
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t 74 CELICA ST Auto, Air, VINYL TOP
Yellow, Nice Car. 3888_

71 LANDCRUISER Station Wagon,
To'quoise & White, Radial tires, REAL $ 795
'

', : Mustang; Air.73 NICEI CELICA Red, 15,000 miles, 4 Spd. & $3295

;
72 COROLLA Station Wagon, Auto Radio. $2295
Air.

HOMES' 74 Clean.PINTO RUNABOUT Blue, Extra $2695

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5070 NORMANDY BOULEVARD 786.8110 71 DATSUN SID Sedan,4spd.trans.,radio, $ 1 395
264.0569 WW, one owner, very clean light green.
PARK *
BLANDING BLVD., ORANGE
737-43 6 73 CORONA 4 Dr., Brown, Auto, Air.
$2788
srsffyxfi& SPRINGS 284.5616I ,

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MUSTANG MOBILE HOMES INC. elI Compact Special of Week
15 $10000 Telephone M

15 Issued to aD I 71 VEGA Station Wagon, Blue, 4
Speed, Radial tires $1688
State Zip Radio :39,000
1- City mI' miles. Nice Car .
Address
I GOOD UNTIL I
Only one Certificate may be used toward Bv TEN DAYS ::: 71 CROWN 4 Dr. Sedan, Auto, Air,
Void :::
$1295 .
.e the Purchase of a Mobile Home AFTER DATE Vinyl Top.
I unless signed by an authorizedrepresentative Date Of ISSUE MI'"
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slates 1974 contest"Human

goals: The Advance- Pa. 19481. Entrants should include -
ment of Human Dignity" is the full name, Social Security
theme for the 1974 Freedoms number, military address, Ser-
I Foundation letter-writing con vice component, and complete
: r -VM permanent home address includ
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test.Open to all active Service ing zip code.

members, Reservists, Guardsmen
\ ROTC and JROTC cadets, Other categories of this contest,
the contest is sponsored by the including editorials,cartoons, essays -
Valley Forge Patriots Awards ,public addresses or sermons
program, an activity of Freedoms relating to the theme, are open to
Foundation, Valley Forge, Pat It civilians as well as military par-
is a nonsectarian, nonprofit and ticipants.
nonpolitical organization dedi-
__ _u._ cated to furthering the cause of Additional information may be
NEW HOBBY SHOP UNDER CONSTRUCTION-Talking over the new NAS Jax Hobby Shop after freedom and man's God-given obtained from Freedoms Founda-
ground breaking ceremonies are (L-R): J.W.Williams, ROICC Construction Rep; F.E. Tew, ROICC dignity. tion at the address given above.looking .
Project Manager; Cdr, Farrel J. Rader,prospective Navy Exchange Officer; James Hayslip of the Entries in the letterwritingcontest
Conrad Weihnacht Construction Co.; Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax skipper; LCdr. Peter P. need not be "letters" as
Bowler, Special Services Officer; Joe Fields, Recreation Director; and Capt. Charles W. Gates, such, but may be in essay or
Public Works Officer.The new facility will be directly across Enterprise from Special Services.Ordinal poetry form, not under 100 and
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not exceeding 500 words. Inawpdd:
O\.UTIO"/ Two top winners will receive .
$1,000 each and one top winner, ': :
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< $500.There will also be awards of .
W/U-0& $100 and $50 and George
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$ Sti \ Washington Honor Medals and :answers': ,
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o Z winners will be invited to Valley ;JI1 yb ,: 1
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supporting the American cause.
The Library of Congress has collected -
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notes and a brief survey of each MATERIAL n

author, in English Defenders of
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meet him were his wife,Sheryl,and son, Devin.

TO HAVE YOU BACK" Capt. A. P. Lesperance (Left), COMPATWING welcomes
home Cdr.V.S.Gulliver,VP-49's skipper,as Cdr.Gulliver's wife, Pat,waits her turn.

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Bad checks : A discredit 4

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By COL. BENJAMIN II.ROSKER
USAF Stan Judge Advocate


It's hard to imagine any type conduct more service discrediting than
the writing of bad checks. When just a few checks written by military
people have bounced in a community, the word really gets around. Soon --W: I
none of us can cash a check under any circumstances, and the community R ac _
thinks we're all a bunch of crooks. Naturally,the military service hasa ,er t :
big interest in seeing that this doesn't happen.For _

4''
these reasons, our military law has provided some mighty severe .
penalties for writing worthless checks. If an individual passes a bad e
check with an intention to deceive or defraud,he may be convicted of an 'vb,
offense under Article 123a Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ),
authorizing punishment up to Dishonorable Discharge and confinementat
hard labor for five years, depending on the amount involved. ,

Even if the individual intends to have the money in'his account, but j'::: -
later wrongfully fails to maintain sufficient funds for payment of the
check, he may be guilty of an Article 134 disorder, which authorizes
punishment of a Bad Conduct Discharge and up to six months
confinement.

x
Many times,check offenses are tried by the civilian authorities,under e
laws which are just as severe. The mere fact that you are presently
overseas does not preclude prosecution upon your return to the States.

Any time a check is returned unpaid, the circumstances are going to
be investigated thoroughly. If it is clearly shown that the check was

written in good faith, and bounced because of ordinary negligence or RECEIVING JOWC SCHOLARSHIPS from Mrs. Peggy Johnson (Center), Scholarship Chairman,
mistake, there probably will not be any court-martial prosecution. Even are: ((1-r) Steve Zimmerman, Donna Kangas, Susan Beatty and Bob Fitzsimmons.
in these cases, however, the individual's military career may be badly
damaged. Promotion and good assignments will come a lot slower if a
person's records indicate he is unable to maintain his personal affairs.
properly. JO WC awards scholarshipsJaxFour

Repeated incidents of this nature could easily result in administrative
elimination from the service, under conditions other than honorable. students received scholarships from the Jacksonville Officers Wives

Club (JOWC) at the club's Monday morning Board meeting.
Now a lot of us have checking accounts, and find this a mighty handy Scholarships were presentedby Donna will be a freshman at Bazaar in October will be the
way to do our business. We're reasonably careful, we're not about to next .
Scholarship Chairman Mrs. Jacksonville University; Bob will big happening.The
deceive anyone, and we're not going to write any bad checks intention-
Peggy Johnson to Donna Kangas, begin his first year of college at committee chairmen for
ally. How can we be sure we won't get into check trouble?
Susan Beatty, Bob Fitzsimmonsand the University of New Orleans, the coming year will be: Membership -
There are Just a few rules we should observe. Keep track of that bank Steve Zimmerman. and Steve will be a freshman at Bonni Donihi,
account. Balance it carefully with the bank statement every month. If This is the third year for Susanto the University of Florida. Hospitality, Mary Hammes;
you and the wife have both been writing checks against the account, receive the JOWC scholarship.She'll Following the presentations, a Cookbooks, Helen Crowe;
stop this practice. Use a different method so you can't possibly become be a junior at the business meeting was conductedby Scholarship, Peggy Johnson;
overdrawn accidentally. University of Florida, majoringin Nancy Talton, the new JOWC Publicity, Patti Parkinson; V
t Business Administration and .. president.First Budget and Welfare, Jennifer
Never write a check unless are positive that the to it
you money cover Accounting. vice president Jackie McCarthy; and Parliamentarian,
is in the bank.Don't take the chance on beating a check to the bank, and Rundell announced the calendarof Betty Anderson.A .
don't rely on someone holding a check for you.This is asking for trouble.WITHOUT events for the year.A chairman for the JOWC

welcome Coffee will be heldin newsletter, The Emblem, is still
t SOP September for all newcomers needed. Please call Nancy Taltonif
ADVERTISING YOU WOULONT KNOW and old-timers as well A Fall you're interested
an; ''

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Jax-The,Mad Foxes of VP-5 defeated n FICEUR
13.7 in the
of the intramural fast-pitch softball final game
playoffs last week
to
claim the
NAS Jax title.

led 2-1 after the first inning of the championship t,,
the Mad Foxes broke loose in the third game but
inning to
score five
take the lead for good.Three of their runs runs and
came on a homerun
by Matt
Booth, while Mike Bleecker tripled in another
run and Mike
drove in the fifth with a single. Goodell

FICEUR had a big inning of their own in the fifth when they scored
four runs on a single, three consecutive doubles
and two more
but VP-5 scored three runs themselves in singles,
the fifth
to make it 11.6 and jrt'
put the game out of reach for FICEUR.

VP-5 and FICEUR shared one thing in common during the playoffs
and that was the fact that they both beat Hospital
the finals. 1.0 before entering J i



Fliers split doubleheaderJaxWalt


Swink hit a grand- fielder's choices. Swink then
slam homerun against Roy's came up and delivered
News Stand team from the maximum effort a ,
by clearing the -
downtown softballleagueSunday, bases and providing the Fliers
to give the Jax Navy Fliers half with all the runs they would need SLOW-PITCH CHAMPS-seated( L to R) Dale Knight, Bryan Johnson, Gene Hamm, ErlcLekberg,
of a doubleheader. in their 4-1 victory. Dallas Blevins, Larry Kvidera, Steve Hollaham, Kurt Zobel, Standing: Steve Bosben, John Eger, I
Sunday's opening game was Four runs was the winning total Bob Rustman, Bob Nyren (coach), Cdr. Demand (VP-24 Skipper), Harry King, Steve Goldanner, Ron
scoreless until the top of the fifth again in the second game but this Dannecker.
when Roy's scored on a walk and time it was in favor of Roy's,43.Roy's .
two stogies. When it came time had a 4-0 lead into
going
for Jax's turn at bat in the same the bottom half of the seventh VP-24 crowned slow-pitch champs I

inning, Don Mangia singled inning but the Fliers made thema
before Ron Sutton and Doug little uncomfortable by scoring
Passen both reached base on three runs before finally bowing Jax-The VP-24 No. 1 team won delayed the finals, but as play and 5-4 in 10 innings in the second
the NAS Jax Slow-Pitch resumed the Batmen defeatedthe game to give VP-24 the base
out.Jax's comeback effort con- Championship on July 3 by Pelicans 4-1 in the first game championship. I

REC CENTER sisted of a double by Cliff defeating the VP-45 Pelicans.
Murray, a single by Jesse Me- The Batmen completed the

RAMBLINGSJaxThe Nurlen,a fly out, a single by Rick regular season with a 14-3 record, New LooksNew Sounds! New Girls!
Ellis and a single by Del Knight. tied with the VC-2 Falcons. A
playoff game with the Falcons WHAT'S NEW? EVERYTHING'S NEW!!

Football officials ended the season with the Bat- k THE FAR OUT ,
Dependent men emerging as the American
Recreation Center basketball League champs, 91.
league began on July 9. The being sought In the double elimination

Superstars defeated the Bucks ina playoffs, VP-24 beat Com-

close game by the score 27 to 26. Jax-Softball season is now munications 9-8 in extra innings, WE HAVE REMODELED! |
The Redskins won their first wrapping up and that means only then lost to VP-45, 32. In the 1
game over the Cougars by a one thing football is close at losers bracket, the Batmen won PUSSYCAT ESCORTS (Dancing Partners)
forfeit hand. With that thought in mind, their next three games, beating Continuovf* Door Admission HALF-PRICE!
On July 12 the Cougars took a 44 all personnel who would be interested ATC, HC-2 and Dental, which topless Go.Go : Mon. thru Thurs. 6 to 11 pm
to 42 win over the Shrine in officiating during the gave the Batmen another chanceat 244wtT; ith$t :M IfhT EXIt PH jS-t 4pp
Superstars and the Bucks intramural touch football season VP45.In ri4prrt 4amfSunday$1oo)
defeated the Redskins 56 to 47. are asked to start registeringwith the finals, the Batmen
The badminton ladder tour- the NAS Athletic Office now. needed to defeat VP-45 twice J
nament has begun but additional Plans for clinics will be announced since the Pelicans had not yet losta
participants .are needed. Mon- at a later date. game. Rain and technicalities

day, July 15, an organizational KEEP IT UNDE YOUR Nat.
meeting for women was held.The

women decided that they want '.'
the men to play,so a co-ed leagueis
in the developing stages. KING r'y {
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.
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GOLF SOFTBALL impressive series of victories in
VA-15 broke the first place tie FAST PiTCIi FINAL their quest for the title.
with the Golden Warriors of VA- STANDINGSVA.174 NAMTD put the ring in the
87 last Friday by defeating them 5-0 "Bulls" nose as they downed VA-
with a 7-5 victory. Russ Munsonled VA-45 4-1 37 in the final shoot off. The real
all scorers with a score of 71 AMD 3-2 inspiration to the team was its .
which included a 34 on the back VS-30 2-3 captain Dale Kallberg who by
nine. The victory puts VA-15 into VS-32 2-3 his own fine example of
the final play-offs against VA-45, VA-72 0-5 marksmanship helped set a pace
the first half winners.In AMD, winner of the first half of that was tough for the corn-
answer to the many queries competition, will play VA-174, petition to follow. His extra efforts -
concerning the next IntramuralGolf second half winners, on Tuesdayand behind the scenes helped ,
League..yes, there will be Thursday of this week, to almost as much as his lightning
oneThe! organizational meetingwill decide the station championship.SLOW shotgun at the line. Blazing Ben
be held at 1000 on 1 August at PITCH FINAL Felt and Ron Ratliff rounded out

the Cecil Club House. Play is STANDINGSMarines this fearsome foursome that SAFETY MILESTONE-- Attack Squadron Eighty-Two has recently
scheduled to commence on 9 6-2 shattered the clay birds without passed a significant milestone in it's history by collecting 10,000 ac
August. VA-15 5-3 mercy between the high and low cident-free hours over a span of almost 2 years. Credit for this fine
Personnel who are planning on VS-32 5-3 houses. achievement must be given to the "Marauder" pilots and the hard-
entering who do not have VA-45 5-3 charging squadron Maintenance Department. Pictured in the front

established handicaps should VA-174 4-4 I :Rhymes: of the Times | row ((1-r) are: AMSC R.Jackson,ADCS O. Ward, LT J.C. Vieth (ASO),
start now to turn in your score VS-30 4-4 AMSC C.Day, and CDR J.C. Breast (CO). In the back row ((1-r) are:
cards. For further information VS-22 3-5 KEEPOUR LCDR J.O. Yarborough (Maint. Off.), AOC S. Pitzer, ATCS J. Ferry,
please contact Bill Stott at ext. VS-28 3-5 FIGURE;, AZC T. Gilmore, AMSC H. Brickett, AMSC R. Male, AFCM A.Son-
245. Medical 1-7 KEEP IN nentag, AMCS C, Hughes and AECS R. Barbaree. The sign reads
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Cecil Bowling Center will After the smoke had cleared, THE- NEEDS J the trusty TF-30 P408 Pratt & Whitney engine utilized by the A7C.
be closed from July 22 thru July the Naval Air Maintenance 6
30 for refinishing of the lanes. All Training Detachment emergedthe ypuSHARP ,""/'/
league play will be postponed Intramural Skeet Champions I i-t-'!:!!- r,i,
during this period. Check this of NAS Cecil Field, Fla., for the AND. S1.IM/ : ,! -" !I''' \ SMILE I
column in next week's edition of 1974 season. Behind the sizzling ,.gGrt'l/I P5
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I Team hostsJax novice meet after trio to beaches I m

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The Navy Jax Patty Haffke -.1.-
a newcomer
Swim Team hosted a to the team, was first in and-under girls with all Kling took fourths in the ti! 200 breast and sixths in
fly
novice meet at the indoor and third in free. first place medals. She 100 back and breast and the 100 breast and back

pool last week with the Chip Lagdon collected won the 50 free, 50 breast sixth in the 50 free. events.
50 fly, 50 back and 100 IM. third in
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place wins in The 15 to 17yearoldboys
Jimmy Lagdon gar- back and breast looking as She will be going to the the 200 IM, fourth in the relay team composedof

nered firsts in the eight- if he were trying to break Junior Olympics in breast' and fifth in the 50 Bobby Haffke, Brian
Gainesville next week to and 100 free and 100 fly in
back
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eightandunderboys
Jamie events. fourth in both the free and
same age group, were won by Bobby
Brennock took firsts in Hamm.In saw Jimmy Lagdon Adding more points for medley relay.
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and free.
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TOUCII FOOTBALL MEETING NEXT WEEK
Jax-Wednesday, July 24, an organizational meeting for the up-
coming Intramural touch football season will be held at 9:30: a.m. in L _
the Athletic Office (Bldg.563)). If your unit or command plans to have
a team participating, then you need to have a team representative at 1 1rI

this meeting. _l __ t
START OF BOWLING SEASON DELAYED
Jax-Is your unit or command holding up the intramural bowling
season? If you haven't turned in your team rosterthen you are part of
the problem. The season cannot start until aTTfosters are in to the
.
Athletic Office. Do it now!
NAVY NIGHT AT THE BALL PARK
Jax-The Jacksonville Suns baseball team will be playing the Ash-
z
ville ball club on July 30th at 7:35: p.m. w er
So what? you say. So, the U.s. Navy is providing you free tickets to < f
the game. They can be picked up at the Commissary, all Navy Ex-
change locations,the NAS Barnett Bank, Special Services (Bldg. 620))
'and the Dependents Recreation Center (Bldg. 523)) anytime betweennow e's
and the game.
Each ticket admits one family and all military and civilian friendsare
welcomed and invited.GOVERNMENT R
EMPLOYEE NIGHT AT THE BALL PARK 4

Jax-On July 22 the Jacksonville Suns will be playing Orlando at, ___-n.--___ --
Wolfson Park and it will be"Government Employee Night". BEST OF THE BOWLERS-Representatives of the five winners in the intramural bowling leaguesand
What that means is that all government employees can get tickets at)) the winner of the station championship are shown displaying their spoils of victory. (L to R)
the reduced price of $1.50. Tickets are now available at Special Ser-| William Hoak of the Gaffers from the Continental League Leon Tetl of the Ones Bunch from the
vices (Bid*.620).Each ticket is good for one family. Pacific League, Stan Syzbowski of the Rotor Heads from the National League, Bob Peacock of the
r : Controllers with the station championship trophy, Don Poole of the Late Chargers from the American
League and Ray Boles of the Controllers with the Atlantic League trophy.


rTEE' TALKoJ,((<< << Hell hath no fury like alligators in love
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MIAMI-Birds do it, bees do it, merit any cause for concern, ,she can be an overbearing shrew
Jax-The monthly tournamentof imperative that everyone stay off even educated fleas do it, but, Florida folks and visitors alike around her nest of soon-to-be-
the Mens NAS Golf Associationwas the newly seeded greens so as not during spring and summer, should use special care when hatched offspring, and hell hathno
held Sunday, July 14. It was to contaminate the new grass love's special messenger, Cupid, spotting an alligator. fury like a female alligator
throw out three blind holes which is different from the seems to be particularly provoked.Let .
competition. Winner was Bob fairway grass. The greens and mesmerizing our resident watery Madame Alligator is no her have her way these few
Balbach! with a 48, second was Ed trap facings will be Tifdwarf reptile-the Alligator. ravishing beauty but, to Mister days and soon junior will join his
Pierson with a 49 and tied for grass and the slopes will be Alligator, she is gorgeous, short brothers, sisters, and cousins
third at 50 were Adrian Poulin Ormond grass. With luck, says June, July, and August are legs, round snout and all. Don't whom he numbers by thrdozens,
and Jack Shelley. the pro, we should be playing on mating and nesting seasons for be misled by Mother Alligator's as a valuable'natural resource in,
Next month will be best ball of the new' greens by October. alligators and, while it does not perpetual Mona Lisa smile, as Florida's ecosystem.

twosome on August 11. Everyone
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' At the June meeting the new
officers were elected: Bob


Greenwood Pierson,Secretary;; Harry;Webb,

Treasurer Tournament; Chairman.and Ed Gearin, 1FIL!

Joe MacDonald, NAS pro, says
that the new greens will be
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lanced the following week It is

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