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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: February 15, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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; x i h;[ Jax.- Most of us have talked about how something .
;;{should be done to clean up litter. Now you have a chance ,i

: to DO something about the problem. .
; "Pitch-In Week" starts Monday throughout the l
Jacksonville Navy Complex. Developed by the United .t.. i<

;r.' .. States Brewers Association! Inc:, Pitch-In. a litter !
.< prevention campaign which invites all Americans 'r.f
join in the task ofriddingourcountry of litter. :-f

The,Navy joined the effort to focus attention on the fi
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Navy's continuing efforts in 'support of this cause. _.JW.L! : ).,
It won't be'jtet> a one-week effort here, however.: Ens. .f; .'
Richard F. 4 :Krochalis, ,Environmental Protection a \ '
Assistant, is planning an aluminum can recycling t $ ;1L i.
project that will bring both ecological and monetary (
profits for the area. !
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_. .. r Counselor Office, has, ,been ,selected NAS Jax Serviceman -Up with People, the well kno international, singing group, will present '
"': of the Month for January a 40-minute free sneak preview of their downtown show when they appear Feb..21

'In nominating 'McMullen for the past six months. His duties at:4:30; ',P.M.: in King Hall for military personnel only.

the honor*'Cdr..'E J.Fischer,NAS include counseling military and Up With People is a two-hour matter. That's an idea that is hundreds of people daily} ;
to Jax Administration Department ,retired service members, kaleidoscope 'of contemporary: worth celebrating, and Up With studying .for college or high
4 Officer, stated "Petty Officer 'assisting in the, coordination of music-rock, jazz, country and People does it with charm, love, school credits, and living with a
McMullen's, behavior as a the!, Navy Wives' InformationSchool folk-with choreographedstaging. 'and uncomplicated joy." different family every few days.
; military, ant citizen, and family and,on occasion,assistingthe The show has excited In two extensive tours of Formed in 1968, the casts have
man completely beyond departments in GMT lec- and involved audiences from Europe, Up With People 'casts performed in 28 countries on five
reproach.. He sets a standard of ,tures.While. villages near'the Arctic Circle to gave over 110 performances; continents and, through live
conduct in his every day living carrying out these the concert halls of Europe and is stayed in 3,600 homes;' appearedon performances and television
and working that commands the duties,. Cdr. Fischer said, soon to be featured in a 'nationwide television, in Paris, Zurich, coverage, have been seen by ;:
respect of all hands "McMullen's performance*as a television special" Berlin,and four times on national nearly 500 million people.
career counselor has been truly Jacksonville audiences will be
"EMI McMullen has, and, The New York Times describedthe television in Rome.
exercises the ability to lead' exemplary.' He will leave no stone group's recent Carnegie Hall The three casts are on the road able. to see the Up With ,People ;
whoever he<< works with to 'perform unturned to 'ensure that his performance: "People, 'not ten months a year Aged'17,to 25, Show at 8 pjn., Feb..22 and 23 at ,. ;
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nations or ideology are they are communicating
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counseling and guJdan e. the Feb. 22 performance are :
: ';Again; the standards of,, ,performance "He is genuinely. committed to available at Special Services for ,
he sets, for himself achieving, the highest level of $2,$3,and$4. Charge for'the Feb. '
become? 'contagious' and as a retention of qualified service 23 show is $a..$4, and $5.
result a much' higher degree ,of members and ,is equally enthusiastic i The group's.record album .will .
efficiency around is achieved him.by all those in,,serving,the'needs of i.i f ..' r .. 41A' ,.n. be available for'purchase during .
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;Mrs. Miki i Walker, widow ,of the late 'Sgt. Milton '

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DANCING Saturday b Sunday. Wam.11pm HOURS: Saturday b Sunday Noon.6pm
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Leisure Activities Tues.b Thurs. Wed, Fri.. Sat. Evenings and leisure activities)

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Sauce French Fried Potatoes, Tuesday, Feb.10
Polonaise Cauliflower Seasoned BREAKFAST: Hot Oatmeal, Fried
t' Green Beans, Salad Bar, Apple Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beefon -
,.((."lllt;} Brownie Cookies, Marble Cake. Toast, Baked Pork& Beans, Choiceof
Saturday, Feb.17 Luncheon Meat or Pork Sausage, rn wmw ODU
BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Fried Chilled Apple Juice, Pastry Bar.
Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes w. DINNER: French' Onion Soup,
Marble Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Steamship Round of Beef Natural
Friday, Feb. U Buttered June Peas Salad Bar, Sausage, Hashed Brown Potatoes, Gravy, Baked Potatoes, Okra &
BREAKFAST: Hot Oatmeal, Fried Marble Cake Mocha Icing Lime Chilled Orange Juice, Pastry Bar. Tomato Gumbo, Buttered Whole
Eggs to Order, Scrambled Eggs w. Jello: BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Chicken Rice Kernel Corn, Salad Bar, Strawberry NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
foam Choice of Luncheon Meat or SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy Joes on Soup, Grilled Ham & Cheese, Salad Cream Pie, Easy Chocolate Cake.
Pork Sausage Home Fried Potatoes, Hamburger Buns, French Fried Bar, Pastry Bar', French Fried SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers .
Chilled Apple Juice, Pastry Bar. Potatoes, Salad Bar, Relish Tray Potatoes Baked Beans, Cherry Pie or Cheeseburgers, French Sunday
DINNER: Split Pea Soup, Hot Roast Dessert Bar.SUPPER. Sugar Cookies. Fried Potatoes, Sliced Tomatoes, Divine Worship 8:30: a.m.
Beef Sandwiches or Chili Macaroni, : Sliced Barbecued Beefon SUPPER: Roast Turkey Log Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles, at All Saints Chapel
Potato Cakes, Buttered Carrots, Bun or Fried Flounder, Tartar Snowflaked Potatoes, Cream Gravy, Mustard, Catsup, Salad Dressing. Church School 9:30 a.m.
I Bread Dressing, Cranberry Sauce Dessert Bar.SUPPER Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
Buttered Corn-on.the.Cob. Seasoned : Simmered Corn Beef or All Saints Chapel.
Brussels Sprouts, Salad Bar, Sugar Swedish Meat Balls, O'Brien Junior Youth Fellowship
.J. "X .AIR MEWS: ; Cookies, Cherry Pie.Sunday Potatoes, Buttered Squash, Seasoned 12:30: p.m. Senior Youth
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Feb.11 Snap Beans, Salad Bar, Easy Fellowship 1:30 p.m.
BREAKFAST: Chilled Figs, Chilled Chocolate Cake, Bread Pudding. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, at
the Small Chapel.
The JAX AIR NEWS ,It a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper French Toast Maple Syrup, Choiceof Wednesday, Feb.21
distributed, each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Minute Steaks or Pork Sausage, BREAKFAST: Chilled Plums Tuesday
Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing, Company, a Pastry Bar.BRUNCH. Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled French Senior Choir Rehearsal 7p.m
private firm. All Copy submitted use In the JAX AIR NEWS i at 10 am. Vegetable Toast Maple Syrup, Choice of Hamor at Bldg. 750 and
Bacon, Hash Brown
Soup Grilled Pork Slices, Whipped Potatoes, 8
Service
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS, Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Bar, Chilled Grapefruit Juice, Pastry Bar p.m.Christian at the Science Small Chapel.
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News Lemon Layer Cake, Chocolate Krlnkle DINNER: Chicken Gumbo Soup,
Items welcomed all Cookies. Roast Turkey, Bread Dressing,
are from sources. r.l.phon.77Z.3UI Snowflaked NAVAL HOSPITAL
SUPPER Potatoes, Gravy Cran
: Salisbury Steak w-
Divine 10a.m. at
or 3119. Gravy, Fried Onions, Gravy, Fran. berry Sauce, Harvard Beets, Gravy, St. Lukes.Worship
"Everything advertised In this publication must ,be made conla Potatoes, Seasoned Peas, Seasoned Succotash, Salad Bar,Apple
Harvard Beets, Salad Bar, Pie,' Vanilla Wafers.SANDWICH .
Pineapple
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to NATTCProhstant
Pudding, Lemon Layer Cake.Monday LINE: Sloppy Joes on
race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, Feb. If Hamburger Buns, French Fried Worship
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this, BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit Potatoes, Salad Bar Relish Tray, Service, 10:30 a.m. in =
500.
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in the Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, GriddleCakes Dessert Bar Building
Syrup, Choice of Grilled SUPPER: EI Rancho Stew or Fried CATHOLICSaturday
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refusal' to print advertising' from that source. Bacon or Pork Sausage, Hashed Perch, Buttered Egg Noodles, Sim.
Brown Potatoes, mered Pinto Beans Mass 5 p.m. at
Pastry Bar. Buttered
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher, and queries Asparagus Southern Corn St. Edward's Chapel.
concerning such should be directed to: BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Chicken Salad Bar, Cherry Jello, Apple Bread Pe! ,. Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and 11
Noodle Soup, Grilled Minute Steaks, Thursday, F.b.22 a.m. Dally Mau-Manday,
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, SANDWICH! LINE Shipwreck Tuesday, Thursday and
Baked Beans, Salad Bar, Cherry Pie, Sandwiches, French Fried Frlday.1i:30 a.m. Wednesday .
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville., 32210 Lime Jello. Tartar Sauce, ReliSh Tray, Salad Potatoes Mass 11:30 a.m. at
Bar,
Telephone) ...2755fV SUPPER: Baked Virginia Ham, Dessert B.r. the Naval Hospital Chapel.
Pineapple .. Raisin' 'Sauce, Candled SUPPER: Chili Con Saturday Confessions 4:30:

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Credit Union New POW-MIA



Holds ElectionsAt Bumper Sticker" : :

the Annual Meeting of Jax

Navy Federal Credit, Union, Jax-A new bumper sticker will and continue to wear the bracelet
which begins at 7:00: p.m. on soon be available which reads until the man is accounted for. .
Saturday, February 24, 1973, In "Welcome Home POWs". The bumper stickers are
the Civic
Auditorium, memberswill At the end of this sticker will be available at two local addresses:
vote to elect officials to serve r. a stub which can be torn off. On LEST WE, FORGET. 4645

during the coming year. F. Ray p the stub will be a'blue star and a Amhearst Street., Jacksonville, 1
Forrest, Chairman of the
white one. Fla. 32205, or, ,
Nominating Committee, has 4 The blue star will representMIA POW-MIA, Box 75 Orange
announced the :'
selection
of and white will stand for Park FlaEnclose ,
nominees for,election to fill three ? '
POW.-Those wearing POW-MIA a self-addressed **'
vacancies ,, t
on the Board of : .
bracelets are asked to place the stamped envelope.
Directors and two vacancies on f iii. appropriate sticker on their
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Pity
the Credit Committee.Mr. ,,,.:1' <, ,'eo.CJylllltn bracelet.If Bracelet wearers wishing to

Forrest stated, "We, interviewed of the Month the man Is a POW, the contact the family of a man
a number of can wearer is asked to wear the missing in action, or: the POW
didates and from a group of well bracelet until the POW comes himself when he returns home,

qualified individuals have Carolyn P. home. The bracelet may then be may do so'' b>writinjtthe family in
nominated the following members Hartley removed and kept as a reminderof care of VIVA, 10966 LeConte
for election to the Board of the tremendous sacrifice these Avenue, Los Angeles, California
Directors: Dominic Worsowicz men have made. 90024. VIVA will forward the

Cecil W. Acree, Jr., David Top Jax CivilianJax If, on the other hand, the name, letter to the family.

J. Harwood, Cdr. James R. on the bracelet is not listed There are more than 100,000
Johnson, Capers D. Griffith, among the POW's coming home, bracelets being worn in the
Richard J. Kemen, and Roland Carolyn P. Hartley of Data Processing has the wearer is asked to place,the<<: Jacksonville area,according to a
R. Byrd; and for election to been named the Civilian Employee of the Month forT blue star on his or her bracelet LEST WE FORGET spokesman.
Credit Committee Marvin __..___
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Smith, Sr., George W. Malone,
James E. Carroll and Fernie E. Her nomination and selectionfor the 3M programmer of this task,
LEAVE
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Employee of the him "
Selby,Jr.These nominees will be Month were based on the great freeing to work on other
programming projects.
prior introduced to the election to the of membership officials at skill and accuracy she has shownin Mrs. Hartley's value to the your flJ@ ;?1 @r Yflllllfp@JiIJJie f'
receiving data
input and Data
Processing Departmentwas
the meeting. controlling the processing of all demonsrated when the can provide the funds ti.Domestic .
"The order in which nominees'names
3M reports for NAS Jacksonville, regular 3M systems Finance is set make \{
will appear on the ballot programmer up to. sure your
has been determined on the basisof Albany, Atlanta, and NS left and was replaced with a money needs ate handled the way you want them. "1 I

a random drawing conducted Mayport.Mrs. -,programmer having no 3M experience Call or come in we'll do the rest. ,
by the committee" Mr. Forrest Hartley receives Her efficiency, i '
added.In documents and cards from 15 knowledge and extra effort kept [DOMESTIC FINANCE 't Cf)
different organizations at NAS the system operating smoothly ,\
accordance with the bylawsof Jax, four different organizations while the CORPORATION SINCE HITIQANSTOftOt ;
new programmer was Vw- ,
the credit union, members can at NAS Atlanta and 11 different ,
also be nominated from the floor organizations at NAS Albany. system.familiarizing himself with the 3M IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK f

by another member at the After receiving all the
meeting provided the nominee documents and cards, Mrs. -- --

consents to serve if elected. Hartley counts and assembles all
The other members of the data for key punching and

nominating Committee were computer processing. -- .... -
Herbert W. McMillin, LCdr.:' W. Accuracy, is of the utmost :
Thomas Chase, Jr., Alfred C. imnortance in her fob because all SE SE11 i
Seabiom, Jr., and Michael of the resulting statistical data on PURci4

Cascone. the 3M reports is the basis for \

management reports which are SPEC\Al
relied upon by aircraft main-
tenance and flying officers for Oji]
Wives and widows going to
measuring the effectiveness of
school under VA's Dependents'Educational
maintenance and flying ac- OURHEWEt

can take Assistance on-the-job Programnow training tivities.Because of her expert tM'1 :

attend institutions of higher knowledge of the computer 543WESCONNEtt

learning In :foreign countries, system and SM programs, her 116.1511 SALI:
and take correspondence and assistance is solicited by PN ;1 1
high school courses at VA ex- squadron 3M analysts in

penese. correcting errors.,Her ability to .

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In a recent ceremony in the Attack Squadron Forty-Six Ready Room The Commanding Officer of Attack Squadron

aboard the USS JOHN F. KENNEDY ('CVA47), Aviation Machinist A. ,Lees, Jr., Is shown congratulating ADJ3 Robert A.

Mate Jet Chief Ellis Claude Wood, received a letter of Commendationfrom Diaz upon his four year reenlistment in the USN.
CDR. F. W. Lawler Commander of Attack Carrier Air Wing

One, 'for his recent outstanding performance while serving as the J I

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JEAN TOOMER ((1903-1967) NOVELIST Energy! :?' :

When it was published in 1923, CANE was the first \1:1

novel of an unknown writer, yet it was to affect a whole ; : I Jax The Office of' t

generation of young Black authors. The author, twenty- Emergency Preparedness ,s ,
year-old Jean Toomer, was born in Washington, D.C. has requested all government
His grandfather was P.B.S. Pinchback, Lieutenant agencies to ,take h1JJ
Governor of Louisiana during Reconstruction. In CANE, immediate action to r, .
Toomer mixed prose with poetry to explore the roots of 5 r reduce consumption of fuel'
the Black self in the rural South. The book had a small oil and other forms of, J

audienceatfirst,but it broke new ground in fiction, and energy .... ''I
today its great influence upon the Harlem Renaissance, "' "
as well'as the* West Indies and Africa, is widely A nationwide con- \4 .

recognized.JAMESA. HEALY ((1830-1900)) BISHOP 1 1t dl' "Mg nnCUBICAL" servation effort. ts". t c
_____ essential because of the
The first Black to become a Bishop of the Roman (: 1 TRAINING critical shortages of.. fuel ,
Catholic Church in America was born on a Georgia oil, particularly No. 2, in-

plantation, the son of a former soldier who defied the CENTER rg many areas of the country } .
law to marry a slave. James, the first of ten children, this winter. Conservation t f'1t
was sent north to Quaker schools. Later he attended \( ( ) : JLA of electric energy I is .
Holy Cross College, graduating at the top of his class. He required because of the '
prepared for the priesthood in Canada and France and significant amount of fuel l
in 1866 became pastor of a large church in Boston. In r. .4 consumed by electric

1975 Pope Pius IX named Healey Bishop of Portland, FINAL SALUTE-LCdr. Leonard H. Preston is piped over the side at generating plants.
heading the diocese of Maine and New Hampshire which NATTC as he completes a 30 year Naval career. LCdr. Preston was The critical period is the
then had 80,000 Catholics, only 300 of them Black. Just the Training ,Officer at AO "B"' School. next 60 days.

before his death in 1900, Bishop Healy was appointed "
Assistant to the Papal Throne.
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House of Quality Foods Cedar,Hills Shopping Center| t
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Jax-The NAS Jax Navy Exchange will score a Navy- Every SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night is :
wide first a 2 p.m. today when the newly renovated 1'
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warehouse at Bldg. 169 reopens.The ;

functionally engineered trical service, heating, ventilation STEAK q t 7 9 ,CHICKEN Your choice of& I .e

and automated facility is the first lighting, storage and } 'OUMPLlNG$ !or 79. ; J
of its type in the world-wide Navy merchandise handling equip NIGHT ,CHOPPED STEAK
Exchange Program and is a pilot ment. t
project for similar facilities Featured in the new equipmentis % Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ,..and any 2 vegetables* Bread and Butter l.l.t
planned for other large Navy a. "quick pick system for LUNCH 11 AM Ill 2 PM DINNER PM tit 8 PM
Exchange Complexes to;>> improvethe ,filling merchandise' requisitions
efficiency, and reduce ,the for..shIpment to the :various Watch For Our Luncheon Meat Speaat 39 cents Monday Thro Saturday7R&4G
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costs handling'merchandise.
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Branch and Location Stores \
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designed for receiving, storing financed entirely by nonap- I
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funds under
for propriated an interest
and distributing merchandise
all Navy Exchange facilities free loan. from the Navy :.
here, as well as NAS Cecil Field, Resale System Office. 'I
NS Mayport, NAS Albany, NAS
Capt. John E. McEnearey, K:$
Glynco and Naval Facilities at I
Resale ,
,Antigua, Eleuthera, Grand Turk Navy System Office Field
and Barbados.The Operation Officer,will attend the 1x
opening to represent RAdm.J.G. Y
renovations involved the Schoggen, Commanding Officer, 7 -
installation Of additional elec Navy Resale System Office.

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O.G. Elliott has
Civilian Cafeteria is Thursday, Feb.22 relieved Cdr. E.M. Feeks as
located at Bldg. 2 on the Vegetable Soup, Baked Meat Commanding Officer of CVWR.

southeast corner of Yorktownand Loaf with Creole Sauce, Pork 1 ( 20, a Reserve Air Wing whose
Ranger. All military and Cutlets with Applesauce, hb eight squadrons are based
civilian personnel and their Chicken Stew, 7 oz. Chopped J! throughout_the nation.

guests are invited to use this Sirloin, Fish.Mashed ,4 Both the new and outgoing

facility. Potatoes, French skippers are veterans of the air
Breakfast is served from 6-8 Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, war over Vietnam Cdr. Feeks
a.m. and lunch is served from 11 Peas, Turnip Greens, Lima served Commanding Officer of

i a.m. to 1 pm. Beans. RV AH-6 and flew
.f numerous
, ,', : This week's menu is as follows: Combination Salad, Tossed J1w reconnaissance missions in his
Salad Chef Salad Bowl Fruit
"- I Tuesday,Feb.20 RA-5C while Cdr. Elliott servedas

i Tomato Soup, Fried Chicken, Plain Cup, Plain Jello Cheese, Fruit Fruit Jello, LL\\ CO of VF-33 and flew F-4
Cottage ,
Pan Roast Beef with New Phantoms.Cdr. .
Cheese Waldorf Salad
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Cottage ,
Potatoes,Liver with Onions, 7 oz. Tuna Salad. .Elliott's te assignments
Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Y.-- include the commissioning of the
Sweet Potato Pie, Apple Pie,
Mashed Potatoes, French Layer Cake with Icing, Assorted ICEMEN COMETH-Member of the Stewards Instruction and Naval Drug RehabilitationCenter
Fried Potatoes, Field Peas with Demonstration (Blue) Team give Officers Club workers a few here, which he commanded

Snaps, Spinach, Corn. Puddings.FrIday,Feb.23 pointers on Ice carving. The Team was here to advise employees on until being assigned to
Combination Salad, Tossed Seafood Gumbo, Stuffed ways to Improve operations and service at the Officers Club. the Staff of Commander Cruiser-
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
Flotilla 12. He servedas
Peppers with Tomato Sauce, Destroyer
Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello,
Trout Almondine,Country Steaks O'Club EmployeesGet Air Operations Officer with the
Plain Cheese Fruit
Cottage ,
with Yellow Rice, 7 oz. Chopped Flotilla until being assigned
Cottage Cheese, Potato Salad, Sirloin. Commander Attack Carrier Air
Health Salad.Chocolate .
Wing Reserve 20:
Cream Pie, Mashed Potatoes, French Tips From TopsJax Cdr. Feeks, who had served as
Strawberry Short Cake with
Pie Assorted Tried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, the Air Wing's skipper since Julyof
Topping, Apple ,
Mixed Vegetables, Stewed 1971, was presented the

Pudding.Wednesday,Feb.21 Tomatoes, Blackeyes. The Stewards Instruction and DemonstrationSID Meritorious Service Medal at the

Bean Pork concluded a two-week stay.at change of command ceremony by
Soup, Barbeque on ( ) Blue Team recently
j Combination Salad, Tcssed RAdm. J.D. Ramage, Commander
,. Buns,Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, the Commissioned Officers Mess.
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Naval Air Reserve-
Roast Turkey and Dressing, 7 oz.
Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Cup Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, During their visit, the team mendations and suggestions to Commander Naval Air Reserve
Plain Cottage ,Cheese, Fruit the Mess and Command con- Forces.
r Mashed Potatoes, .French presented a series of nine lec-
Cottage Cheese, Cole Slaw, Beet and Cdr.Feeks has been ordered to
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, tures on both military and cerning the efficient, proper
t and Onion. .. of the the Staff of COMFAIRJAX
matters.In successful operation
; String Beans,Pinto Beans,Beets. professional
facility. pending further assignment.
r Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple Peach Cobbler, Boston Cream

Pie, Devil Food Cake, Assorted Pie, Coconut Cake, Assorted classroom addition instruction to the, the formal team The SID teams are a function of .. .. :0>>.-.:<<-:;.;.:.:.:....:.;.:-:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.
'; Puddings. Puddings. the Mess Branch of the Bureau of
conducted on-the-job training,
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anice" Naval Personnel'which-have the -
presented carving
demonstration, inspected the responsibility of formulating and

facilities, and observed and promulgating policies, as well as
evaluated the daily operations of training managerial and

the Mess. operating personnel for all of
Jax The following is a reportof
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Based on these observations, ficers'and petty officers' messes
motor vehicle accidents andtr8fficviolaUons'f
the team offered recom- ashore.
r'the period of

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tax preparers... ,I HONDA- This Period a year ago 7
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L:4 6425 NORWOOD AVE PHONE 764.2419rs last year at this time 226


REFUND' [11 HmiMMIi.filrfi@mili: This Number Period of Violations 91
: : :: Speeding 25

Reckless driving 0

!V'r- SALESMAN ON DUTY Going through stop sign 11
PLAN 10A.M.? to.6P.M. DAILY Other Violations 55

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before the Traffic Hearing Boardon

This have MELVIN + Feb.Disposition of the cases
year, your tax returns done at Beneficial
with its famous "Instant Tax Refund" Plan... included the following:
PARK t Seven lost driving and parking
If you have a refund coming, you don't have to privileges aboard the station for

wait weeks for a Government checlcTha Instant Convenient HAS and to vv ; various periods; fourteen were

you qualify for a loan, Beneficial' will lend you CECIL FIELD I assigned to complete an eight-

the equivalent of your refund,In each,instantly hour course in remedial driving;

Beneficial Income' Tax Service does your taxes by twenty-seven received suspen

computer-for accuracy and to calculate' your lowest NEWHOMESJUSTCOMPLETED. sions; ten were'given warnings were;
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tax-for as little as$5.
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Even If you don't have Beneficial prepare your IMMEDIATE were referred to
twenty-one
return, you can still qualify for Beneflclal's "Instant' OCCUPANCYI commanding officers for possible

Tax Refund" Plan. Just call up and tell us how much disciplinary action.Thirtyeight .

you want-or com In. Remember you're good for From... '22.600-25f200'vA.FHA Term drivers were
more at Beneficial.( Offices everywhere. Open all year..
VETERANS $200 assessed 127 traffic points.
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who have used natural hazard.
their G.I. loan can have their 3. Voluntary change of employment
eligibility restored and get to another locality
another VA-guaranteed loan offering more income and opportunity -
,, under some circumstances, the for advancement
Veterans Administrationreminds provided satisfactory evidence is
veterans. furnished VA.
The basic qualification is that 4. Retirement of a veteran, or
/ the first home was sold for transfer of a serviceman by his
compelling reasons, and in addition military: department while he is
I I, VA must have been on active duty.
released from liability on the 5. Limited space in a veteran or
original loan. This usually serviceman's home, if a doctor
{ happens when a home is sold with certifies that space is a health

new financing. question.VA 4r
Some of the reasons for which guaranteed home loans are
property may be disposed of and available to eligible veterans and
entitlement restored by VA are: servicemen with at least 90 daysof : i
1.Transfer of employment from active duty during World WarII
one locality to another by an and the Korean Conflict, or ;
employer. at least 181 days in the Vietnam p .
2.Destruction of home by fire .
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.. CHAPEL ANNIVERSARY-Ready to cut the cake during the ceremonies marking the 30th anniversary .
) Clark B. McPhall RAdm. Francis L Garett,
\ of th" Has Jax Chapels are (L.R) Chaplain
of Navy Chaplains; Bishop Paul J. Tanner, D.D., from St. Augustine RAdm. Lawrence R. .
Sis, COMFAIRJAx: Capt.William G. Sizemore, HAS Jax CO: and Chaplain John MDanlelson.
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When you pay a bill, you expect -
a receipt, right! If you
owe money when you file your

+ h _-I Federal tax return: this year' ,
pay with a check or money or-
THE AAMCO WRITTEN CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEEThis der. To prevent any.mixup when
transmission has been rebuilt by the licensed you file, put your Social Secur-

AAMCO Dealer issuing this certificate,,, utilizing the ity number on the check or
AAMCO "CAR OWNERSHIP" Assembly .Set This -rk-_ ; r money order that accompaniesyour
certificate'! guarantees the transmission, and torque t return. A canceled checkor
converter (if'your car has a torque converter) against money order is your record of

failure of material and workmanship. It will be 1 tax payment.

honored by any licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer -- ci *

for as long as you own this car, provided that it is
RErIRE -WaUer Hamilton, formerly ,.attached to Resources Did, you receive dividends or
delivered to any licensed, .AAMC 'Transmisii6n Management,talks about his plans for thefuture with Capt. William G.Sizemore : interest last: 'year frdm'f your
l Dealer in the ,United States'anriually'for, service- with ,'NAS Jax CO, at a retirement party held in Mr. Hamilton's. bank or'your credit union or
( in 30 days of the Service Date'indicated below. The honor. from other investment? If so,
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charge for annual service is 13.75 payable at the ..: you must report them on your

time of service, and it the of Federal income tax return.
replacement
covers ;-;:,,". ".. ... -
transmission fluid and all preventive adjustments. ) 'Y' Those who pay you dividendsor
;: fk' ROOM SIZE 9 12, 12 12 for.....
; FREE TOWING at no extra charge ONE DAY SERVICE ""1:1': : x x interest must also report
available In most cases FREE 19 point Multi Check t{:: 4995 & $5995 these payments to the IRS. So
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FINANCING available if necessary with approved credit, }r. :(* be sure that your bank and
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5300 PHILIPS HIGHWAY 737-3535 USA
1839 NORTH MAIN ST. 355-7671 : ,
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ATTENTIONNAVY form a car pool with

'someone who travels from

the Ector Road North area

PERSONNELWhen or the Arlington area to

NARF everyday. The

you have fulfilled your military person needing the ride

obligation and it's time to begin your works from 7 a.m. to 3:30:

civilian career, you need to see us ASAP. p.m. If you can help, call

Ext. 2305. or 744-8495.
lf Our specialty is placing applicants in

if' career oriented lob opportunities in

the ADMINISTRATIVE, FINANCE,
I SALES, ,EDP, TECHNICAL, and :WITHOUT ADVERTISINGYOU
'I;(I Delivered in Jax. on approved credit Including tag) sales tax, CLERICAL-SECRETARIAL career fields. WOULDN'T KNOW
dealer prep transport and title fees Doc. stamps $$3.00 total
{ note $$1983.40 payment 34x$55.10 $454.33 cash or trade down
We are a member of NATIONAL PERSONNEL
APR 10.20 percent Includes sales taxi tag and recording fees
f on approval. CONSULTANTS with affiliate -
asasaasa as ata has
I I offices throughout the nation so '., GOING TO
1I 1 RUNABOUT HspdR6H we can put you in touch with our N PC
I 13 PINTO SPECIALS ? grasShTZ495 affiliate EUROPE?
in desired
of the week your geographical location.P.S. .
51693 WHARTON.WI LLIAM
NAVY WIVESIf .Js now the
you are interested in working while appointed agent for
11 TOYOTA Aspd.R&H $lm SHOFTOURJNC.
71 TOYOTA AT,R&H71CELlCA4spdAC $15tJ your husband is stationed In Jacksonville Military Dtpfl'dentfllghts from
\' I '. NEWYORXtoFRANKFORTONE
$225 please call us. Our efforts are
71 TOYOTA Land Cruiser Jeep 4wh dr $2995
71 CMEyY IMPALA 2dr,HT,Loaded $2595 tailored to your specific needs and desires. '9 4 WAY
71 BUICK I SKYLARK Loaded.NewCond, $2795 plus tax

72 TOYOTA CH LI CA ST,4spd,R4.H $2495 CURTS & ASSOCIATES INC. ,\ ,f." Regular. departures

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As Pay Checks Grow 7 1 1e '

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Military paychecks were both partment of Defense contributing And, since the sergeant's basic r'.r
fattier and thinner when they a like amount. In that year, pay is leas than the maximumof
fell into waiting hands on January the maximum salary from which $10,800, his Social Security
15, 1973.
contributions were deducted was contributions will go on p
.They were fatter because they $9,000, which meant that some throughout the year. .r yR1
reflected for the first time theo military men and women received Another example would be a
new 6.69-percent pay increase fatter paychecks during captain with 10 years of service.
signed into law by President the last months of the year Last year he took home
Richard-Nixo,,:0 when the contributions were $1,060.50 each month. During
But, the total was a little halted. 1973 his paycheck will jump to
thinner since, on the first of New Rate $1,131.30 monthly. At the same
January 1, 1973, the new Social However, starting on the first time, his Social Security contributions .,(
Security contribution rate went day of January 1973, the Social will jump from $55.5to
BRONZE STAR-Lt. Ronnie J. Lesley (Left) listens as Capt.: E.R. i I
into effect. Security contribution rate went $66.18 monthly, and since he Sourbeer FICEUR CO,reads the citation accompanying Lt. Lesley's '
Since 1957, military men and up to 5.85 percent, and the max- will reach the maximum of Bronze Star Medal. The medal was awarded for meritorious service
'women have been covered by imum income level went up to $10,800 later in the year, his during Vietnam operations.
Social Security, enjoying the 1080. Social Security contributions f
That that for will continue through October .
benefits of the nationwide insurance means men and
plan along with some 96 women whose salary limit is instead of ending in Septemberas ; dI
million other Americans. Social below the maximum, the contributions they did in 1972. ,
Security is a "shared contribu will be mad during the The Benefits J
tion"--both the employee, in entire year While most members of the DR. -EDWIN= :. N.. ANGUAS, __ i
this case the military members, Let's look at a couple of ex. Armed Forces are aware of
and the employer, the Depart amples.A their Social Security coverage, OPTOMETRIST .t ; f
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ment of Defense, make equal staff sergeant with .8 yearsof many are not aware of the ben announce >" ,,.., .. :'
contributions to the trust funds service will. see his monthly efits they receive. hl'leparatlonromtheNavy' +.' ...' 't
administered from the Baltimore paycheck jump from $467.20 to : and the opening of hit,office at 0 >>.:x : I',
Maryland; headquartersof $507.90 as a result of the pay Although most people regard" ". ":: 1, -.1219:.- .Kingsley Avenue, Suite 106,Orange Parka'. ,t"' b
the! Social Security Adminis- raise. At the same time, his Social Security as an'"old age Phone:264--S.83,214-S711' ;"'. .
tration. Social Security contributionswill benefit it is actually a whole, '? -- ';. .
increase from $24.71 to series of different types of in .. 0. ._. l- l J
During 1972, the contribution $29.71 monthly, with his employer surance. .. .,. ,0 Sh.
rate was 5.2 percent of the in- the Department of De- d': '"' :'
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61 COMET SED A r. R&H, Runs, Pretty,Good $180. e
42 CH EV 2dr,6cy f tick, R&H $190
64 OLDS Loaded, R.'ns,Ok $190
.63 CHEV WAGON 2C3 va,AT, R&H, PS $240
64 VW SED Yellow, R&H S $270
60 VW Pick Up Truck, Runs Good $290
62 FALCON Original, Paint, R&H,Stick $395
62 CHEVY II NOVA2drH,6cyl,Stick, R&H,Sharp $495
66 CH EV IMP;dr HT, Power,AC, R&H,Sharp $590
67 VW CON V45000Actua I Miles, R&H $570 :TflTT
65 VW SED R&H, Runs good 1121 $490 !

FIAT850SERIES SportCpe, R&H $490 C.A.Taylor
67 TEMPEST 2dr,6cyl,3spd, R&H $490 Security Officer 1
66 GHIA CONY R&H, Runs like new $540 ..", y
66 VW SEDAN R&H, Pretty,Nice 1152 $540 '"
68 FALCON 2dr,6cyl,AT, R&H,59000 miles $770 .' \ ; ,,
62 VOLVO 2dr, R&H, Looks good, Runs good $440 ... ''II\; r-
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68 TEMPEST2dr,6cyl,Stick,R&H,49000 miles $770 :(.J ::1 U-, 41," '
65 FORD PICKUP?Aton,NewB Ply tires .$440 tof t tL. ';;1i''t' '" ...' _. .
65 FALCON CONV cyl.,AT, R&H,Good&Clean $495 4' \ 'f1,1I
63 FORD CONV Orig Red Color54000 miles $595 ,,
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66 DODGE PICKUP CAMPER Box "L'
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69 FURY SED fewer, FalM4000miles $1140 f. '
66 MALI BU 2dr,HT,Stick,6cyl, R&H S $540 r w. :
NAS Jax has quite a unique police force:part civilian',part military.As .
6S CHEV BE LAIR 283 V8,AC.AT, R&H $440
have observed during the past three months, military
you may
66 BISCAYNE 6cyl,AT, R&H,Clean
$490 police in green have been riding around with the regular base police.
68 MUSTANG 289 VB,3spd, R&H
$590 trwS This all started back in November of 1972,with a CO-XO patrol madeup
69HILMAN
SUNBEAM 4SDdR&H,31000mlles $590 of eight chief and first class petty officers, working out,of the
64 PONTIAC 9 pas wgn, 69,000 miles station Master At Arms force.LCdr C A.Taylor,NAS Security Officer
65 MUSTANG'FSTBK V8, 4spd; 55,000 miles recommended that they become part of the Security Department.As

time went on,four additional first class petty officers were added,plus
15 Used VW's from $140 fo $695 .. .. the utilization of the green utility uniform with the MP insignia on the
SOME REAL GOOD ONES sa right shoulder. On Feb. 4'of this year the police force was fully "in'
tergrated" with the newly formed military police.
ASTRO MOTORS := u The Military police are, to a large ,,volunteers from CPO to
P02. These men are given on the job training by the,.civilian police
I 6566 NORMANDY BLVD. F.A. Ratliff section leaders. They must qualify to handle firearms, have a validgovernment
i' Chief of Police drivers license,and be physically fit,A'close inspection
'!. their service record is made to ensure that they are the high. caliber
type of petty officer required for this type of duty..
Chief of Police,F.A. Ratliff. that there is "no resentment between .
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the civilian police and the Navy M.P.'s.; In fact they help each
H DV POPULAR DEMAND IN THE t I;; other in situations involving civilian and military personnel.. '

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Texaco has, a new career for,you :
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CALLING IM-W.P. 'Me Daniel' i

calls in Information concerningan have .
We two locations
prime :
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For: full information ,call 3989792. '


''" DRUG DETECTING CANINE-R.E. Robinson, ,left, and W.J. ', 4oJ -
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by
';;' Williams,are shown here with their canine detective'Diago'.
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< :j .. poljce>> and; military.policework together in otljer) ,areas. .. t .'.: : "" 1'IA" :
',Aij{ oft the Security Department, such as the station Detective ,Branch, .

..... .." whose duty is investigating crime and the searching and confiscating i.'f

of contraband-.all whichis subject to further investigation by the .
Naval Investigation Service. The other area is Government Drivers --- '

-,,;! : Test Branch, which, issues licenses, and gives instructions on J JI.

.;, motorcycle defensive driving. 1
"; The Detective Branch's primary designation is criminal investigation -

l ',;' They handle larceny, accident claims line of duty in- *

'. vestigation and claims filed against the government involving personnel -

't on this base, plus detection of drugs, in which they use their '
canine friend "Diago". 9 s M X11 A1111'1711 .

So, no matter U you are stopped by the civilian or military"police,
they have the same authority and job-protecting YOU.

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Monday thru Saturday am-.pm FURNITURE ,
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.Jax-The monthly meeting of The club also voted to assist the
the Navy Wives Club of AmericaJax returning POWs and, their I 1Ia
86 ,was held Feb. 7 at the families in any way possible and d''r
clubhouse at 716 Enterprise to give free nursery care at the
Avenue with Mrs. Ronald, station nursery to those POW
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Celmer, President, presiding. families needing it. Mrs., E.J. $ I .
Mrs. David Smith, sponsoredby Wagner was announced as the
Mrs. Charles Davis, was installed poster chairman.
as a new member.
Officers and chairmen gave Upcoming events planned + r
". monthly reports and a donation include bake sales at NARF on
was made to the National Feb 23 and March 23 and a St.
t, Epilepsy Foundation. Patricks Day Social on March 10. 4




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100% GUARANTEED. USED CARS WHICH I CAME Fl RST,the big bug body on the bottom or the little bug roof on top? Regardless of its
ancestry,this mystery vehicle has turned many heads around NAS Jax during the past few weeks
72 PONTIAC CATALINA f 71 DODGE POLARA including the Jax' Air News photographer's.
BRGH 4dr.H.T., Cameo 4dr.H.T., Regency Blue with
I White with Dark Green Vinyl Blue Vinyl top & Blue Interior FRA 91 I
Auxiliary
,6. I top, equipped with P.S., equipped with P.S., II
f P.B., auto transmission, air P.B.auto trans air cond. &
r cond. & P.W. Priced to go at radio. Only 16,000 miles. Marks Anniversary I I
rust(
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$3295 $2395 Timuquana
Jax Ladies Auxiliary Fleet in attendence. They included:
r I Reserve Association, Unit 91, Wilson H. Sandefer PNP Terrace i
72 PONTIAC
GRANDVILLE
III
70 I
CHEVROLET IMPALA
celebrated their 26th anniversary member Branch 126; Grace
4dr.H.T., Cameo white
with 2dr. H.T.Ascot Sliver
with
Monday at ,the Branch Home,
Blue Vinyl top, equipped Dark Blue Vinyl top 5391 Collins Road.A Sandefer, PRPSE; Gloria ApartmentsPool
with P.S., P.B., auto transmission equipped with P.S., P.B., regular meeting was held Eswine, PRPSE, Flo Mossisette, Patios Balconies
air cond., P.W., auto trans air cond & radio. before the special event with National Chaplain LAFRA; WTW Carpet Drap.sC.ntral
P.S. & radio. Save dollars at Priced to, go. Doris Heald, vice president, Tom Lancaster PRPSE, Heat&Air \

lust presiding. During the meeting, member Branch 91; Kay Lan- Modern Kitchen Appliances"'
$3795 $1995 Mrs. Heald presented year pinsto caster, JPRPSE, member Unit 1 BR FURNISHED

unit members.The 91; Adelaide Moralis, RVPSE $110 up
highlight of the an- from Unit 203,. San Antonio,
72 PONTIAC LEMANS 69 PONTIAC. CATALINA
2 BR FURNISHED
2dr.H.T., Palllsade green 4dr.H.T., Turquoise Blue niversary meeting was the in- Texas; and Doris Woody, RPSE, .
with Black Interior, with Black Interior, troduction of distinguished guests member Unit 147, Sanford, Fla. $155 up

equipped with P.S.P.B../ equipped with P.S., P.B., 1 2Va miles from NAS Jax
auto" trans air cond. &radio. auto trans, air coed, P.W. & lOjnlles from NAS Cecil
\ I Save a lot at just I radio. Low mileage. I 5342 Seaboard Ave.
1 (Justoff Timuquana)
j. $2895 $1795 PHONE 771-1219. .
: p- 'If you live In the < "" 'v -b. I,

Roosevelt Mall or Venetla

71 FORD WAGON 9 68 CADILLAC COUPE DE area we welcome you to...
I passenger White with,blue VILLE 2drHT., CameoP1''
Interior fully equipped In.' White with Blue Interior

eluding factory air & auto I Fully .loaded & extra, sharp. BARBER &
transmission.A I low price for RAY'S
I a big family. STYLE SHOP"THE

$2795 $2295 NEAREST TO NAS JAX" FREEFRENCH

.. 3 Barbers & Stylist, to Serve You I

We Cut, Style, Shape and Straighten

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m 4359 ROOSEVELT
I ,.' / ROOSEVELTMALL 389.0509
,.. ; y PHONE 384-1391 NASJAXBldg.39 NAS CECIL FIELD,Bldg.24
: ;y '. Hours: Mon.rFrl. 10AM5:30PMSat.9AM.1PM : Tel.387-5422 or Base Ext.2431, 772-9894 or Base Ext.215 5630 NORMANDY
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY I i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ,fi;

Publisher I ; &
Movie Schedule ;
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NAS JacksonvilleLATWINGER = CALL: 387-3566 ;

s AdS should be maited tu arrive not later than "yg
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE = Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be Thursday Feb. I
min. .
: published the fOllowing week (126 ) .
unless
t PUblisher Is Instructed otherwise the NAS; "SAADIA" : "RIVALS"Sunday. r
A check or
I I I money order for the full cost Of the ad must be Starring Cornel Wilde Feb. 18

4747 San Juan Avenue = received WITH the copy for the .d. Gam. "G" (101 min.) : "SUPERFLY" Action ,

Jacksonville, Florida RATE: minimum charge(3 lints) 52.M HOSPITAL: Starring Ron O'Neal and :.

Pr additional line(4 word per lint) ..stn Drama, Starring Paul Lee. "R" ((93 min.). It
and Kevin Hooks. "
"MAYERLING"Monday
:
min.). '
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.iMiNLQYl! iDI WE Call BUY & SELL EQUITIES p NAS: "RIVALS" Deneuve."R" Adventure Drama :
us for quick service ,j
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. L H M S Drama, Starring Joan Nicol Williamson and 'b

4543 Wesconnctt blvd and Scott Jacoby. Davidson. "PG" (96 minj.
TEMPORARY JOBS 771.3052 737-384 If66 VW BUS min.).
All office skills needed. Long and New Engine needs body work, $290. HOSPITAL : "SUPERFLY"Tuesday
short assignments. No fee. We pay QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY or best offer 26..68U.JUSTISS : ,Feb.20 .
you. Also Equities for sale on easy terms. Saturday, Feb. : "THE DARWIN AD I'

XTRA HELPERS 396-S1II Edward O.Lyon Broker 389.0361 TRAILER PARK NAS: Historical Drama,

1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern Romantic Drama, Nicholas Clay and Susan .
PART-TIME GOOD MEN NEEDEDTo 3BR., FENCED YARD trailer and apts. 3893007 Shariff and Catherine ';1
"G" ((91 min.) ;
Double Car ;
wash trucks. $2.00 per hour, a few garage, dinette range & COLONY .- n. ___ ___, ,
refrig, MOBILE HOMES
hours evenings Sat. & Sun. Apply only
between 5:30: and 6:30 P.M. 3806 Perry VanSandt Realtor 387.1213 SALES & RENTAl. *; 9159 103rd St. :::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::: i..
Call 771 0275. -t
St. 3550264.
NORMANDY ACRES '72CHICKASHA SHERRY CHILDERS

RETIRING? 4 -miles west of Cecil Field. Road'ron'tage 12' x 65', 3BR., IV, B., CH8.A w-w
Looking For Work? 2 to 20 Acre tracts. Land Is carpet Paid $1200, Take over pmts. ,' 2 COCKTAIL HOUR_ 58:30: PM
Have dandy product. You should be the best Investment for the future. For more Info. Call 771.6397 or 772-

able to earn 15000. or more per year Other Jacksonville tracts available over Southwest 3308. L'---Ts'i BUD FRETWELLENTERTAINMENT

selling It. Call Jean Benjamin| 268- -
2323. Wynne Realty of Florida ,8' X 35' SPARTAN MOBILE NITELY
389.5514 389.8507 2BR.,Mint Cond.,$1200.,

WEEK-END SALES CLERK 264.13131212'X rw a :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;

Apply J & J House of Deals 6073) -B. WHITE FENCE FARMS 60 CHAMPION ..
Roosevelt. Just North of NAS. 778- Located in the heart of Arizona'sfinest SPECIAL RATESFORSERVICEMEN
Unfurn. take.over per person
payments. Call aft.
$6 00
0788. farming and hunting .
country 5 P.M. 725. 1U. .doubleoccupancy :. ;
near historic Safford (County seat of '.
I Graham County.) Great year.round Entertainment Nitely Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood;
climate. 1V acres, $1,100 low terms. 72KINGWOOD12'X6V Restaurant 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone Olympic;.
2Bdrm, AC W-D, WOw Carpets Excl. '
For full information please write to Swimming Pool Free Undercover Parking.
Cond., Assm. pymts. No 772'
KIRBYVACUUM CLEANER Mrs. A.L. Young Glenarm Land Co., ,Equity.
Responsible party take up pmts of $5. 2233 North'7th Street Phoenix 85006 9439. sthLE

a month. Cell I dealer. 7728936. .. fRiMSPDrTIr ;
CALL SHIPMATEJoe I I I 1 _

A recorded message by Licensed Roplak Real (Estate RET Navy Salesman) "<.Mk\I\:" I! ., MOTOR HQTEL ". .

SCOTT EDWARDSTells
Representing '65 CHEVY VAN
you how to be a Blanding Agency, Inc.Rtaltors New Motor, $850., 772.0510, or 771.3211 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 ,

3552944 DISC any JOCKEYcall hour. Approved for Home 781.7715 Off Ice 771-9513 Ext..408. Within walking distance to ail points of Interest.

veterans. Columbia School of GREEN COVE SPRINGS 1970 VW CAMPER

Braodcastlng. San Francisco. Not Residential Lots Acreage Carpet headers undercoating, 2 new
affiliated with ,CBS.. Inc. Course, by Chas.Mobley, Realtor r 2U.9365'Lee tires, A-l Condition?Make offer, 743- '
home:study. : Duncan,Associate 264-6861 5098. .


SINGER AUTOMATIC ZIGZAG FOR RENT LAKESIDE ESTATES '63 PONTIAC TEMPEST
Sewing Machines makes buttonholes Huge Bedroom 2Va Bath, Den. 4 Dr.. Radio, AC. Very Clean $450. -'l1 lllal
fancy designs blind hems etc. CUSTOM BUILT NEW HOMES Cash. 711.0808.BETTER .
Responsible party pick up pmts. of $5. Diane Vance 264.2359 ,?
mo. Rayfields 6437 Wilson Blvd. Kay Agresti 264.5290 CARS FOR LESSMONEYUsed
POINT O'VIEW REALTY, INC. VW's compacts, other foreign

AUTO AIR-COND. SERVICE Realtors 264-6603) makes. Astro Motors, 6566 NormandyBlvd. 1150 LANE AVE.,'SO. PHONE 781-5511
Room Units. Central Units Tyler 781.4978.
Heating & Air' Conditioning 4711 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION3BR. Open Daily 8 to 8:30-Saturday: 8 to Sunday 1 t06 PM

Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388.5161. ., 1'12 B., Brick with Den. Just '70 PONTIAC EXEC.
painted in and out. Total price $17,900 4 Dr., AC PS PB. one.owner, $1795
VA or FHA terms. 772.2141 or 771.8293. 72 SUPER BEETLE Auto AC, Tape Deck, Fact.1 Warranty 12388
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES
72 SUPER BEETLE Auto, Rad'o $2093
Fabrication in rescreening, window 1966 BUICK ELECTRA
TERRIFIC BUY
screens screen doors, patio & pool Convertible fully loaded Including 71 SUPER BEETLE Auto, AC, Radio S2088
3BR., 2B., with Den Eat In kitchen,
enclosures aluminum roofs & car. new Carpet CH&A, Home has factory air, like new low mileage 71 SUPER BEETLE AC Radio Extra Sharp. 52033
ports free estimates. Owned & Call aft. 6 P.M.. 387-0173.. Heater ,-; $1893
everything. Immaculate. Total price 71 SUPER BEETLE AM-FMStereo& <;, /%: ,
operated by: Norman T. Abrams
USN retired, Paul Tinney 2568 Edison $22,900. 1969 CAMARO"HUGGER" 71 VW SEDAN R&H Special I
Ave., 3841242. 6-Cyl.. 3-Spd, Floor Shift /86.5873 70 VW SEDAN R&H, Extra Clean S1588

WE HAVE SEVERALOTHERHOMES after 1 P.M. 70 VW SEDAN R&H, Special $1450

STEREO COMPONENTTake BY OWNER: '7VW 69 VW SEDAN R&H, Clean $1488
over layaway balance $68 cashor
$9.25 per month: Beautiful stereo Just listed from $17,000 to $30,000. Let. New tires and paint. Great 2nd Car. 69 VW SEDAN R&H New paint. Special .. $1403
with automatic changer, headphone us tell you about them. Cecil ext. 8424 or home 264-8141. 68VWSEDANR&H $139!

lack play all size records, dual Louise T. Bailey,Real Estate Broker 1969 DATSUN 510 66 VW SEDAN R&H, New paint $888

speakers. Call 398.1683 ask for 771.3605 2-Dr. Sedan Red.Wh. Top. Black 65 VW SEDAN R&H, Good Trans. $751
layaway department. Free home trial Seats, 4. Rad., HTr.,$675.
Bucket Spd '72 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, Fact.Warranty $3195!
for In
someone area.
;
.. Call 3872839.
RENTALS January Automotive 1643 Cassat Ave. 71 VW DELUXE BUS R&H,Air Cond. $2895
SINGERZIGZAGCONSOLEMODEL 71 VW DELUXE BUS R&H Extra Clean $2695!

Sewing machine. 1972 model like new, CONV.NAS & CECIL 2BR.TRAILER 1966 CHEV.CAPRICE 71 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, Special $2351

makes buttonholes overcasts, ap Carpeting, AC patio & awning, Ig. ".Dr... HdTP.. Wh.-Blue Black Int.. 70 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, New paint $2395!

pliques, darns sews on buttons etc. fenced lot $115 mo., 771.5932. AC. PS, AT, Rad., HTr.,$775. Call 387. 69 VW DELUXE BUS R&H Extra Sharp $1'U

Need someone In area to assume $64 2839. $149!
BUS R&H New paint
month. January Automotive 1643 Cassat Ave.Jax's 67 VW DELUXE ,
balance cash or $9.10 per
Phone 398-1683 Will deliver, no ORANGE PARK 71 VWCAMPER Pop.top, R&H $3393
obligation. Ask for Credit Manager. 2BR Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dish 69 VW CAMPER Pop-top, R&H $2495

washer Drapes carpets Elizabeth 72 VW SQUARE BACK R&H, Fact.Warranty .'; $2495

BUY, SELL.OR TRADE Apts, 77M465 or 771.3355. Greatest 7)) VWSQUARE BACK R&H, Auto, Extra Sharp $2295

gear Used guns and misc.furniture|unk.antiques J & J HOUSEOF fishing WILMAR APARTMENTSAir FURN ITU REValues 7i VWSQUARE BACK R&H, Auto, Special $1988

DEALS, lust north) of NAS at 6073 Conditioned, 2 bedroom. Living 69 VW SQUARE BACK R&H,Auto $1893 it
B. Roosevelt Blvd. roo"". Kitchen Bftstnook, parking R&H, Extra Clean $1288 ii
space for 2 cars water sewage,
garbage lawn service. Furnished WHOLESALE 71 VW FASTBACK'R&H,V-Top, Special $1895

GERMANSHEPHARDPUPChamp $120., Unfurnished$100. plus 4 percent PRICE tOEVERYONEOP 70 VW FASTBACK AM-FM Radio Auto $1750(
Line, Sire Show Dog. $80 Up.
sales tax. 387.2541 weekends, 389.0744. Auto S2WJ
See in Holly Crest O. P. 2648438. 72 TOYOTA COROLLA AC, R&H .

f IS! 71 PLYMOUTH DUSTER R&H, 11,000 miles $18*

ST. BERNARD PUPPYAKC3Mos.Malel45. I VF M VSURPLUS 72 CHEV VEGA Extra Sharp *W! ,
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GIVE US A CALL FOR
.
771 8363 Quick Rental of Your Property 1 s I Nice Selection of other Model VW's'Ne
Edward O. Lyon Broker 389-0361

LIVE CRABS gave them the VW "..point Safety and Performance Inspection. :
Wilford's Fish Camp FOR RENT Then we tuned up tightened and replaced everything that needed if.
264.9707 100 for the repair or replacement of all
And guaranteed them percent
1BR. House:with carport and utility
room. 771.1405 or 111.3335.ORANGE r aior mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and

L.B''l T, GOODS Double* ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE check. .oh.

PARK ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
3BR. house furn., Conv. to schools, S
IN REAL ESTATE MATTERSCall DISCOUNT STORE
minutes to NAS, Will rent to tern-
Shrum
Wayne duty personnel or bachelor.
porary
Blanding Agency, lnc.Realtors .
,264 6884.
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t Killer Waits In Your HomeBy I

I t
Gerald A. PuRElectrical Statistically, however, more Ground wires
1 Engineer people are killed from these 120- Ground wires have been installed .
arT have come to depend on 'volt) outlets than any other electrical on electrical appliancesto
power as a necessity source. This is due to the protect the ,user :against
::1 daily lives. Just think feadiJy-av ilable location and shock.'
r dull and boring our number of this type of outlet. This protection can be easily
would be without the use Where is the Danger circumvented by cutting the
, l power. The question arises, then, wire or breaking the ground
: f fi does much of the where specifically, does the dan protection. When connected
that would otherwise be ger lie in these outlets or other properly, the green ground wire
i or impossible to accom household'electrical lines? will cause fuses to blow or circuit
Indeed,' electricity has The first answer would be in breakers to trip on faulty,
with it conveniences the familiarity with the circuits leaky electrical equipment instead
: '. .a few short years, have can set the stage for an electrical of causing electrocution.This .
,) to be necessities. accident. protection does not exist
Potential Killer Now appears another poten without the green wire.
'. this readily-available tially dangerous' situation. The Medical research has shown
comes a potential killer. shiny new appliance begins to that 100 milliamps 1/10 of one
strike out at the very age. The aging process is accelerated ampere through the heart can
VW-4 SAILOR OF THE QUARTER-AK3 or the old from the no by outside winter stor be fatal. A 100-watt bulb has
been selected VW-4's Sailor of the the experienced electri- age. On top of this, a householdmove almost one ampere going
Hurricane Hunten'Material Control with the associated jostling through it when it is burning.A .
.' of the division, ensuring the availability when thinking, would and storage, can easily fatal current, then, is 10
"replacement parts and keeping the a primary line on a power damage an improperly-handled times smaller than the current
squadron. Maintenance Department tower. These"transmis appliance.And powering this bulb., The current
.F -.' especially the tall so, the electrical protection that reaches the heart Is very
towers, are posted with deteriorates,through known small, but it ''is enough. to be
t .; to avoid climbing or actions, thoughtlessness, and lethal.
FRA 91 Sch in contact with the 'equipment degradation. Any or AdapterA
<< ,,. ... .. -. .< '. lines. This is not so with all of these conditions can set 'second method to circumvent -
r household outlets. the scene for an electrocution.The the green ground wire is
I Sweetheart wall-mounted plugs are simple act of touching an to buy an adapter. These adapters -
: to be readily available ungrounded tool or appliancemay are easily obtained from an
"SAFE" voltage level to be all that is required for electrical supply shelf in a drug
"t the work required of It. a.fatality.Jacksonville's store or supermarket.

;.""' Wonderful things, these adapters
Jax-The FRA 91 Club of Jax,
; you just plug the appliance
Sweetheart
will hold a Valentine '
into it and then plug the
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: 17,-starting at 7 p.m. youngest maternity.shop adapter into the wall outlet. The
Spaghetti and beverages are on is having a terrificSALE length .of green wire on the
'!p.m., with dancing to.follow. Music adapter can be connected later,
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c..or ur ner Good News For AviatorsJax I

Aft tt
Technological advances wet suit could be adapted to meet ."r::
DEFENSEAnnealed allowing downed Naval aviatorsto aircrewman requirements lalfee ,
be rescued in less time have anti-exposure gear. These
made it possible to develop a requirements included cold
more modern,yet lighter weight, water: protection, wear comfort
anti-exposure suit and mobility while carrying-ant

glass tempered The Naval Air Systems cockpit duties.

glass .. laminated glass Command, Crew Systems
wired glass They all look 6 Division, in conjunction with the Using the diving suit with 14s
just about alike, but knowingthat ; r '1'I Naval Air Development Center, principle of insulation aad
one is ordinary glass and Johnsville, Pa. and various restricted cold water influx,.the
that the others are types of ''I aerospace physiology training developers worked toward improvements ; ,
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units, has let contracts to two
geared to rescue:
safety glass could mean the difference r
between safety and manufacturers to provide a time,water temperature equal to
serious
Injury in the home. ventilated wet suit which will or greater than 32 degrees
replace the old model'MK-5A.
Approximately 225,000 Injur- farenheitair temperature equal
ies occur each year as the resultof Over'17,000 of the new suits are to or less than 20 miles per.hour.
glass door accident alone. now being used successfully
The suit which has been weD
Most of these mishaps occur in throughout the fleet. ,
received In the nearly two
the home. More than half of the yearsit
The time that a downed air has been in general use to Ac ,1:
injuries involve the children.; CLUB CLI P-Murl.1 Thomas cuts a Navyman's hair at Hancock Hall. crew member spends in the fleet, is made of a thin layer. f "Y"':
To help consumer in the The facility's newly-opened barber shop Is open Monday, Tuesday, water before rescue has been closed cell neoprene foam with ..-".- ,
selection of glass for home
use, Thursday and Friday from a.m.to S p.m.; Wednesdays from a.m. narrowed to anywhere from 15 to air pockets that provide theM-,?.' -
the Department of Health, Ed- to 2 p.m.and Saturdays, from a.m.to 2 p.m. 90 minutes. This development sulating quality. Lining them
ucation and Welfare has pre- anti- is fabric which
required a new concept on nylon
pared an illustrated booklet, exposure protection. strength and elasticity, enafeHflg "
Glass Door Injuries and Their Evaluation and testing con easy donning and greater.
Control. A free single copy of cluded that the basic skin diver comfort.
the booklet can be ordered from S

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Jax VP-5 may have been situation if the up two
caught looking ahead last week their
any notions of
when sixth place NarJax came from the ,and ,seven .;
back from a 17 point halftime season ends. over
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deficit to tie the game and go on The Mad win over
to an 81-80 overtime victory over rather than die
the second place Mad Foxes. Bearden scored their
VP-5 may ,have ,been looking buzzer and VP-5 when they
ahead to their game later in the 81-80 win figures
over
week with the Hawks, in what unbeaten Hawks. foul trouble.
could have been a chance to take VP-5 led 45-41 at 12
over first in the National League. third quarter 19.'I team that
They evidently forgot that they by Rester free throws
had to beat NarJax first,and as a found that Hawks on
result, NarJax. pulled off the the game went with .
upset.
quarter. Louis ,
by
The Mad Foxes led 43-26 at VP-5 ,recovered Payne with
halftime and seemed to be time to slip away 12. ":
coasting to victory. Then came when Bearden 1 4
the second half when NarJax's clincher with no fouls to be "
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Larry Thomas hit for 18 of his the clock. with .
total 27 points and teammate scored one ;
James Canfield hit for 14 of his 19 Bearden's total FICEUR,
game points to bring them from included 18 in for 7 of 11 ',
behind and tie,the game at 71-71 recovery by VP- had 25
at the end of regulation play. derson wound up fo,13.
NarJax carried their second VP-5 with 27 ? man for
half momentum into the five Herrington added Pugh
minute overtime period and Lynn Klein and 10.
,scored a one point victory. led the Hawks
Foul trouble proved to be a big Rester Bryan 10 and
factor in the last half,collapse by Ellis Cooper had .
VP-5.NarJax hit for 19 of 26 while
VP-5 was managing only eight of
14.
Glynn Abbott added 22 points to
Thomas'and Canfield's totals for
NarJax while,Brady Bearden led
VP-5's efforts with 30 points and
Donald Anderson hit for 20.
After their loss to NarJax, VP- ec.OtnetO
V4
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promised to be a do or die
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For Pelicans LspgPctcc / : r cassAr_ !

Jax The Pelicans of VP-45 _;
won their eleventh straight game
and in so doing,became the only
team in the NAS Basketball
record.leagues to maintain a perfect MONTE CARLO HEADQUARTERS

FICEUR had the unlucky task
of trying to stop VP-45's win pF-J

streak and it proved to be too biga .. .- ---- _
task as the Pelicans won 87-62. .4

Rickey Pruett had 19, Kevin ..,..J. .
Lover 15 and James Delk 14 for, .
the winners. W. Martin was the ',:i", jI')
games high scorer when he
picked up 25 for FICUER.Eagles .

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Jax VP-16 ,picked up two front disc .
windshield wipers full call suspension power "
victories last week with wins over
Air Ops and VP-24.to raise their brakes variable ratio power steerJng, full factory equipped. <

record to six wins against two don' :
losses. \\t you
The first win came with ease as
a.cbante
Air Ops fell by a 103-84 margin US
when Dennis Mobley connected &\ye \ DELIVERED $3599
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for 28,Jack Anderson for 24,John to dead.. PRICE
Preston fo 16 and Mike Csiz-
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Mark Warner led Air Ops with \ THE PRICE BREAKERCOMPANY -j
29 and Ken Frierson had 28 in the money .
losing effort. "
VP-16 trailed 40-34: at halftimein

their game with VP-24 but .
came back to win it in the second ;
half when Mobley and Larry NIMNICHT 'j'jtILYIllBJDL
Fisier got hot hands.
Fisier led the second half
comeback with 13 of his 15 points
and Mobley hit for all 12 of his
points in the second half. Doug !
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Eagles with 16 and Anderson .
added 14.Mark 1550 CASSAT PN. 389 7711
Sheldon of VP-24 was
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I :-9th had the competition reluctantto loser to Jacobs in the early
even start. From our Athletic rounds fought his way .back
Ik 1,1, CECIL SPORTS Director who fancies himself as a through the losers bracket to
_. weather 'prognosticator: 'the earn a second chance at Jackobs.
same schedule will apply on the In the finals'although McLucaswas
t J t} by DTC J. D. Brewster 16th, but with all this weather, playing his 3rd match of the
V don'tcounton it"! Standings:' day,he was able to give Jacobs a
v" A 4th quarter rally by Supply AMD was Meldrum with 13. Supply 3-5 VC-2 4 better batUe-than the score indicated
<> fell short, and they bowed to the VA-15 humiliated VA-45,96-56. VA-12 2-4 VA-45 4 finally. losing 21.9 and 21-
r-, ''l* Marines 44-38. Donaldson had 10 Gill with 31 and Godby with 23 led Medical 1.5 Supply 3 .
r' points for the Marines and the VA-15 attack. McNeal AMD 0-6 AMD 3 6.Following his singles victory
II: Singleton 14 for Supply. pumped in 14 for VA45.J. Dental's Dropouts 0-13 VA-15 1 Jacobs teamed up with John
;,. VA-87"E"easily beat VA-45,68 Brooks had 23 points, N. BOWLING NAMTD 1 Castor to dispose of the com-
s', f* -44. J. Brooks had the hot hand Appleton 20 and W. Johnson 16 as CONATIONAL LEAGUE: The VA-87 0VA12 petition in the doubles cham
: for the E's with 31 points, while the potent VA-87 quintet rolled CPO's pulled to within a Mt gameof 0 pionships. McLucas teamed up
G his teammate, Appleton had 20. over Ops-NAMTD 8343. league leading Marines. Joe VOLLEYBALLVA45 with CDR Musgrove from VA-174
Chick led VA-45 with 12 points. Smith with 14 was the In Bilotti (misprint) (543, 198-174- having won both the 1st and earned the right to meeth theJacobsCastor
After trailing VA-174 "B" for 3 structor's top gun. 171)); Bob Samu ((540, 215-170)); and 2nd rounds, and coming duo in the finals.
\t,\ quarters, VA-66 put it all VA-174 took and easy 59-28 win Gene Dobson ((536, 192.185)); through undefeated retained the Jacobs-Castor turned back their
i 1 '\\ together, nipping their rivals 52 over AMD. J. Williams with 21 Henry Stopinski (535, 185-176- rotating volleyball trophy. The revenge minded rivals 21-9 and
I.,\ 4& Clarence Terrell had 17 points and Jackson with 18 174)); John Nagle (527, 200-177); "Undefeated" were led to their 217.Jacobs,Castor and McLucas
points, Dick Hodgan 12 and Don triggered the rout. McGee had 9 John F. Nagel ((517,190-188)); Bill perfect slate by All Navy will represent COMFAIRJAX in
Walton 11 for the winners. The for the maintenance men. Carter ((516, 185-178);, Walt Ball volleyballer Buck Wurster. VMS the Forces Afloat Championship
: B'swere led by Welsh's 13 points. VA-15 remained undefeatedwith (51 -185)); Jake Jacobs ((511.1%); easily disposed of all com- to be held at MCAS,Cherry Point,
In another close game, Supply a 68 59 win over Ops- Dale Howard (508.187)( ;; Al petition. VA-15 surprised the rest N.C. this week.
squeezed past AMD 57 54. NAMTD.Both Gill and Wood had Lightenberger ((506, 173-178); of the field,losing only to VA-45 in TENNISDependent'
Preston Robinson was Supply'sbig 22 points each for VA-15. Bart Paul Conaway (508-179-170)); the double round robin. Coach wives and
gun with 24 counters. Joe canned 17 for the losers. Steve Zeimet (506-189) had the Wurster in working hopefuls for daughters who are interested in
Meldrum also had 24 for the VA-87 launched a well balanced evenings high sets. Romeo the upcoming 6th ND tourney. forming an intramural tennis
maintenance crew. scoring attack in dowing Supply Malana rolled a 202 game. Workouts are held daily from league are invited! to call the
gVA66; won another cliff hanger 69-49.N.Appleton and K. Cooper Standings: 1100 to 1300 in the >qtation gym. Athletic Director at 498. If
with a narrow 4846 win over VA- had 16 apiece and L. Kinnaird 15 Marines 60-36 Interested parties can contact feasible lessons will also be
; 87 "O". Terrell led VA-68 with 22 for the winners. Robinson of CPO'S 59%-36/ Wurster at the gym during these given.
i points, 14 of which were gathered Supply had 18. ADHD 57-39 hours. Final standings: Former General
t in the final quarter.Huehn had 20 2nd round standings: BOQ 57-39 VA-45 8-0 ,
for the O's. VA-87 7-0 VA-45" 54-12 VA-15 6-2 President of
VA-66 won their 3rd straight in VA-IS W NWSED' 51%-441h VA-12 *-*'
a week with a 44-34 win over' the VA-174 7-1 Weapons 48/-471h Marines 1-7 USO To SpeakMajor
Marines. Hodgan had 14 for VA68 VA-66 6-1 Admin 44-52 VA-87 HANDBALL-7
and John Mills 14 for the Ops-NAMTD ',..:"I' "\ 5-4 Special Services 44-52 COMFAIRJAX General Francis L.
Marines. VA-45 .'' 4-3 CLAW-1 44-52 TOURNAMENTCecil Sampson, USA (Ret), National
Ops-NAMTD turned AMD back VA- 7"0" : 4-3 CommunicaUons54 Field hosted the 1973 President of United Service
55-37 with Bart scoring 17 for the VA-174"B" 4-3 Medical 4O}-551h COMFAIRJAX Handball Organizations, Inc., will be the
instructors. Top point man for Marines 4< The Fall (ens Five 38%-571, Tournament week and action guest speaker at the annual
AIMD No. 2 33-" 2V4 was hot and heavy.Phil Jacobs of dinner meeting of the Jacksonville
(4Pizza VA-45, three time champion, USO Council and the
The uncharalc eristic bad made it four in a row when he Jacksonville Beach Council. The

weather experienced locally went through the doubleelimination dinner will be held at the Officers
during the past two weeks have tourney without a
lae Club, Mayport Naval Base,
resulted in consecutive rainouts loss. Bill McLucas from VA-174.
27 at 6:00
.J J J February p.m.
General Sampson was elected
President of United Service
t TIIE Organizations Inc., by the USO
WILL DOUBLE YOUR' Board of Governors, March,1972.
1 He is'the eleventh person to serve
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Stops NATTC -:

FourthJax Winter Meet.S. lingStandings Jax Communications held on ...
to its third place position and
moved closer to VP-5's second
The Navy Jax Swim Crenshaw finished third w L place spot in the National League
Team hosted their fourth Winter Lee Way fourth in the 100 and Milewski and Robin O'Leary with LITTLE BEARS 46 18 with a 95-41 win over NATTC.
Development Meet at the NAS boys event. meter seconds, Diane Kangas with a CLEAN DRUNKS 42V425V4 Communications breezed to an
Indoor Pool last weekend and Adding third place ribbons to third and Kerry Fitzpatrick witha POWELL PLYMOUTH 41 27 easy win after building up a 46-17
walked away with several of the the team's collection in fourth.The 100 meter event was FRA BRANCH-91 37 27 halftime lead
top honors. eleven and twelve the also won by Carla Glaraton and WHITEY'S FISH CAMP 34V4 33% John Schuetz and Hergenrotherhit
Competing with Jax in the meet events were Patti Bergstrom-year-old in Judi Milewski finished second.An AUTOBAHNS 33 35 for 26 points apiece while
were the Calloway Athletic Clubof the girls 50 meter free and S. outstanding senior girls ANCHOR KLANKERS 29 39MAKEUPS James Mette picked up 16 for
Jacksonville, the 300 Club of division 5 63 NATTC.
Baltes in the boys 50 meter free.! witnessed Robin O'Leary
Gainesville, Wolfson High, Baltes also won a second place placing first, Judi Milewski third
Briarwood Swim Team, Fer- ribbon in the boys 100 meter. and Kerry Fitzpatrick fourth in Medical Wins Over AIM[ I
nandina Beach Swim Club and The Jax Navy Swim Team the 400 meter event. In the 200
the Good Shepard Swim Club. swept the first four places in the meter event Robin finished Jax Medical took advantageof AIMD gave Medical 37 chancesat
Jacqui Brennock started Jax boys thirteen and fourteen-year- second, Judi third, Carla AIMD's early foul trouble to the free throw line and Medical ,'
on the right track by winning the old division 50 meter free event Glaraton fourth, Kerry fifth coast to an easy 88-53 win last quickly took advantage of ,the >''y
eight-and-under girls 50 meter when Richard Perkins placed and Diane Kangas sixth. Brian week. '
freestyle event. She edged out first, David Springer second Mason finished fourth in the boys situation by connecting on 22. i
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teammate Connie Baltes, who Mich Kaufman third and Mark division 200 meter event. AIMD had only 10 tries and made '
.finished second. Mason fourth. The good on only three. .
boys just D '
The Navy Jax Swim Team is
John Brennock matched his missed another, in the 100 .
sister's performance by winningthe meter event sweep when David open to any child who wants to Jim Attanasio led the winners .
50 meter boys freestyle K. Springer finished second swim competitively. For in* with 21., Douglas .added.,17, -r''
Nickens won second in the event. Richard Perkins third and Mark, formation contact Pat Kangas at Morley 12, ,Johnson,'"10, and'
264-6084. .
Jennifer Fitzpatrick took two Marion fourth. Schellhase 10.

first place ribbons with wins in The girls came close to mat.
the ten-and-under 50 meter free ching the boys efforts in the same
and 100 meter free events. K. division with Robin O'Leary
Bishop took third in the 50 meter second, Diane Kangas third and
and fourth in the 100' meter. Kerry Fitzpatrick fourth in the
John Brennock added two 100 meter. think winJACKSONVILLE
second place ribbons to his first Highlighting the 15 to 17yearold -
place with his efforts in the boys division 50 meter event were
50 meter free and 100 meter free. Carla Glaraton with a first, Judi

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GOLF RESULTSJax Athletic Office and let them knowof
.- The NAS Ladies Golf your intentions as soon as
Association held a Silver ,Cup possible ill
Tournament last week. The LITTLE LEAGUEREGISTRATION' ,:
results are as follows: ist Flight
Jeank "Sc J usf r" '(isO),' "Nelda Jax Registration for the Navy McDUFF No. of BEAVER
Bradt ((2nd)and Julie Uitti (Chip. Ortega Lakeshore Little Leaguewill SATURDAY
ins); 2nd Flight Berv McAleer be held February 24 from 9 plan a winning night 1" RACE 8 MATINEE 1:30 ;
(1st), Arlene Howell (2nd) and a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Blue Angel -
Betty Gustin (Chip-ins); 3rd ball field on Allegheny Avenue. '
Flight Millie Mueller ((1st), Registration will be held .
Doris Calais (2nd) and Marion February 26 through, March 2 r- '"
Vaught (Chip-ins). between the hours of 4-6 p.m.
Boys aged eight to 12 years old 1
INTRAMURAL TENNIS to in the .
are eligible play league. .. ';
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meeting for the upcoming Intramural July 1, 1973 is not eligible. :
tennis season was held Tryouts for the league are :. 'tj.' \", "
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I i Foster's 237 Game Helps Hurricanes To Four Wins I


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Jax The Hurricane team staggered away with two wins they met the NarJax No. 1 team. included four over the GEM William Portman picked up the
from Vw4 recorded the only four apiece in their encounter with The VP.-45 and VP-16 CPO team. Leading the Commodoreswere highest series of the week In the

\ game sweep in the American each other last week. Dennis teams ended up losing all four as Jimmy Cruthirds with a 570, intramural leagues when he
i Bowling League last week, when Deremer had a 201 for the the Pelicans lost to the Busch set, George Carper with a 563 and rolled a 225 and a 200 in his 597
the CHAMECHS fell victim to Boozers Buds and the Eagles lost to. Carl Hattabaugh with a 533. set The Women's Lib team
Harold Foster's 573 set that included Continental League action also FASOTG. conceded all four to Portman's

; \ a 237 game. Bill Ballard saw George _Hopwood's 212 lead The Trippers were treated to a L. Crowder had a. 223 for GEMin Flap Jax team as a result.
i' \ i added a 203 to the Hurricane his Hawk team to three wins over bad trip when they lost four to the a losing cause.

1(. H\ effort. the Grouches the Leprechaunstake Good and Bad and the CAG-20 John Schuetz led the GEM was Another rolled big by game Benny and Lynn big last set

r The ADCOP team used the 206 three from the Eagles No. 3 team sentenced the Lifers to a team to a winning cause against
week his
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rolled by Robert Kindergan and team and the Marine Barracks two game split in the only other Radar 17 with three wins. Schuetz
only 1V4
the 540 set of Gary Hogbin to take take three from the Eagles No. 2 Atlantic League contests. had a 211 for GEM while Richard FICEUR won 5. Lynn games rolled against a 211
i .three games from the Eagles No. team National League
: \ Hunter had a 220 game and 580 game and a 579 set.
"' 1 team. Atlantic League The Commodore and GEM set for Radar 17,
,, \ The Late Chargers were also FICEUR'S CPO No.team was teams in the National League Finishing up the National
three game winners last week the only CPO team to fare well in each rolled two matches last The only losses for the Com League matches were NAMTD
", when Ron Track! rolled a 211 and the Atlantic League last week week to make up for games modores came against the Rat with three wins over the
Foard Parsons a 202 to leave the when they won three and lost one missed during a holiday and the Pack when they split with two Pelicans, Six Pack won three
Commissary Store with only one to the NarJax No. 2 team. result was six wins and two loses wins !apiece Carl Hattabaughhad from FICEUR 5 (giving FICEUR
The best the other CPO teams for the Commodores and 'three a"210 for the Commodoresand 3V4 wins and 4Vfc losses for the
2 win.Also in the American League, could do was one win by the wins and five losses for GEM. McConnell had a 201 for the week) and the Wipeouts took

Anthony Zorbach's 219 and Don FICEUR CPO No. 1 team when The Commodores six wins Rat Pack. three from the Busch Leaguers.

Linthicum's 204 helped the .
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The Splitmakers won four from LT' ) '
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