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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: September 20, 1973
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ARC set for NAS Jax CFC Underway

MARTD .'t I
Navy Exchange '
Jax-The Navy's fifth Alcohol Rehabilitation Center ,

(ARC) is scheduled to open here on Oct 1. The new ARC '

will join the Long Beach, Norfolk:, Great Lakes and San Combine for $5,465
Diego ARC'S and the fourteen smaller Alcohol .
Rehabilitation Units (ARU'S) which make up the
Navy's Alcohol Abuse Control program. Jax The Combined Chairman Nick testimonial of how he had .1
The purpose of the ARC'S and ARU'S is to provide Federal Campaign (CFC) Pulignano, his Executive been helped in a time of .:

treatment and rehabilitation to Navy, Marine Corps and kicked off its ninth annual Secretary, Marvin Smith .great need by members of

Coast Guard personnel suffering from alcoholism, and fund raising campaign at and his Treasurer, Art the Combined Federal t";J
return them to useful work again. NAS Jax Monday witha Doss. He then introducedthe Campaign.This .
The opening of the Jacksonville ARC is expected to meeting at King Hall. special guests who year's CFC goal is :
help accommodate the steadily increasing number of Capt. William G. were in attendance for the $3 million and NAS ,-

persons applying for rehabilitation treatment. Sizemore, NAS CO, kickoff.They were Mr. Bill Jacksonville has pledgedto

Throughout the Navy, requests for help have risen froma welcomed the group of Courtney, the Campaign contribute $300,000 of

rate of 68 per month in April 1972 to 169 per month in over 300 unit coordinators, Chairman of the United that total.

April of this year. Administrators of the program chairmen, subchairmenand Fund of Jacksonville, Mr. MARTD got things

believe this increase indicates greater general keymen involved in Art Jenkins, a representative started when they
awareness of the problem of alcoholism and the in- the NAS Jax campaignand of the National Health presented Capt. Sizemore

creased availability of Navy treatment facilities. then introduced Capt.D. Agencies and Mr. Frank with, a check for $1,465 ';

The 74-bed Jacksonville facility is expected to help P. MacGillivray, the Brennan, a former which represented 116 per
ease the current load on the other ARC'S and ARU'S. chairman of the Duval Chairman of the CFC. cent of the pledge that they
Since the Navy's Alcohol Abuse Control Program began, Steering Committee for had made. Cdr. Donald F.

well over 3,000 people have been treated in an ARC or CFC. Capt. Mac Gillivray After each of the special Springer, Officer-in- :

ARU, with the rates of successful rehabilitation runningat spoke on behalf of RAdm. guests gave a brief speech, Charge of the Navy Exchange --
approximately 65 percent.NESEP Lawrence R. Geis, a movie was shown to give then followed suit
COMTACAIRLANT, who everyone an idea of the,48 by presenting a _check for

rules changed was involved in Fleet services furnished by the $4,000 from the Exchange j

operations out of Mayport 36 organizations who are employees.The .
and could not attend the recipients of the money NAS Jax Combined' "
Jax-BUPERS has announced a change in the meeting. RAdm. Geis is raised by the CFC every Federal Campaign has set

obligated service requirements for the Navy Enlisted the Co-Chairman of the year. A young PFC from October 26 as the deadline 1
Scientific Education (NESEP)
program. JacksonvilleDuval the AEUA" School then got for reaching their $300,000 1
According to BUPERS Notice 1530 of Sept. 10, the
of the and a moving total.
County Chapter gave
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individual must now incur an obligation of at least four
Combined Federal
years instead of six to get into the program, and upon
graduation must serve at least five years on active duty.In Campaign. 1
the past, a graduate had to serve nine months active Capt. MacGillivray ,
introduced his Vice-
duty for each six months college study completed, but in .' '. .

no case less than four years. ,
Persons dropping out of the NESEP program after the Admiral I "Z" "..'.; ,. .' ,IACKIONVIILI AHACOMIIMI o :f
commencement of their third academic year are also t:"" M IIAL CAMtAICMFOR %
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duty. The obligated service requirements apply to all "wins AwardJax ':: >;- UNITED fUND ACINCIISINTUMATIONAl ?>
personnel now in NESEP and not yet commissioned.The UIVKI AMNCJtJNATIONAL I 7:

Admiral Elmo R. HIA1TH A6CMC1U

years of NESEP full-time program college study offers leading up to four to a BS consecutive Degree in 30th Zumwalt annual was Dorie awarded Miller the 0/;::dr,4::00. c..-._ ........... ..to n f 0 I'" j

Science, Engineering .or Mathematics, and a com- award by the Dorie Miller c.....jO'I
mission in the Navy or Marine Corps. Full details on the Foundation, Sept. 14, in

NESEP program are available through Educationa recognition of the ....-- -- -
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distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Navy man Doric Miller : :;t iJ./r ;
Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a who won the Navy Cross :
-'prvate/frm.: All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS for heroism during the i Y..fi8m&: $ : 'i
meet be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS attack on Pearl Harbor. 8 i. .:
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News r I ;
Items are welcomed. from all sources. Telephone 772-3118
or 3119. Admiral Zumwalt accepted f
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made the award. ."in : .;
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to the name of all those who ;: NAVY DAY I:::: ,
race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, rr
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user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this possible
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the the Navy to make great I IS I I
refusal to print advertising from that source. progress with regard to COMING I
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries integration at all levels rr
concerning such should be directed to: and removal of all |

elements of discrimi- ._
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20,1973 .J- AIR NEWSLATWINGERPO1 PAGE ;

Larry C. Potts I :. '?WtiTAKES Some temporary officers- ,; '


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Sailor of the MonthJaxAviation Y may extend active dutyJaxIn -

order to effect ficers will be the Line Lieutenantto
Machinist Mate (Reciprocating) First equitable, across-the-board Lieutenant Commander Board

Class Larry C. Potts has been selected NAS Jax Ser- reductions in officer strength, which is scheduled to convene

viceman of the Month for August. SECNAV has authorized selec- Oct. 30 and the Staff Lieutenant to I-

Attached to the Air Operations and their related systems have:: tion boards to screen retirement- Lieutenant Commander Board
Maintenance Division, Petty earned for him the respect and eligible temporary officers for 'which is scheduled to convene
Officer Potts is the Assistant admiration of his seniors, peers, selective continuation of active Nov 271These
Plane Captain Work Center and subordinates alike. Ills keen duty. Boards will function 'I i

Supervisor, a qualified SAR ,attention to detail has Officer strength reductions in insofar as continuation
aircrewman on both the 11H-1K :significantly contributed to the recent years have been primarily proceedings are concerned in a
and achieved by Reserve officer manner similar to the Continuation -
HH-2D typed and i
hilicopters, improved availability and
early release programs and a Board which meets
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the Senior Helicopter Plane I flawless safety record en-
Captain.In !tertained by this command. reduced number of accessions. annually to review the Flag 1
Officers in the following community.

a letter nominating him for Officer Potts categories will be considered for Those not selected for con-

the award, LCdr D.K. Weigand, professional"Petty attitude, military THE HELM-Cdr. GainL. continuation. of active duty: tinuation will be individually

Air Ops Maintenance .Officer, presence and meticulous appearance Berchielli (Above) has 1. Limited duty officers with notified by letter of the Board'sdecision '
described Petty Officer Potts as are beyond reproachand relieved Cdr. Claude P. Cavinessas more than 20 years service; not later than Jan. 15, .
an conscientious and 2. Warrant officers with
"intelligent
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more 1974. I
set an outstanding examplefor skipper of Naval Air Reserve III.
highly motivated individual who than 20 service '"
years ; Non-continued n'
others to emulate." Division (NARDIV)-F1 in changeof temporary
exercises sound and 3. Other Line-Staff fl f'N
judgement command ceremonies at temporary officers will be encouraged to
tactfulness at all times. For winning the Serviceman of NARU. NARDIV-Fl trains officers meeting the same retire as officers since in most !I'''\

"These outstanding attributes the Month honor,he will receive a reserve officers and enlisted men criteria.Of cases it would be of greater I\ .
coupled with an exceptional gift certificate for dinner at the to augment the active Fleet the. temporary officers financial benefit to the in- '
knowledge of aircraft engines considered, about 80 percent will dividual.
Candlelight Restaurant, a free forces in case of a national ;
trip to Augustine courtesy of emergency. In civilian life Cdr. be recomended for continuation.The Those temporary officers I
the Jacksonville USO, and a free Berchielli is a principal with the selection boards tasked preferring reversion to enlisted t!
Red :Cross weekend at a local motel. Broward County school system. with screening temporary of- status will be encouraged "

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In ceremonies conducted mendation for their contributions during VA-105's last WESTPAC
recently in Captain Mushail'soffice deployment. The men, from left to right, are: AK1 E.G. Meiser, Jr.,
riThe LCDR William P. Forhan, AMS2 C.B. Owens, AMH2 H.Tomlin, AMS3 D.C. Smith and PR2 J.C.
NAS Cecil Public Affairs Officer,
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attached to VA-45 during
YEAR END CLEARANCE SA'LEJ" deployment in USS INTREPID: Staff reenlists for FOUR years are his.wife: Deborah, ,.and.the Staff
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Bold Cityfest to feature Navy : -.

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spotlight Sept. 30 as the City of Jacksonville begins

Bold Cityfest, a salute to the .fifth birthday of the city's consolidated government -

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A highlight of the Sunday, Sept. t ; ;
Adding vocal input to the tions in the North Florida area.
30 festivifies will be a music
program? will be the nationally No admission charge will be
program presented by three top famous Naval Air Training required for program, which will
military units at the. riverfront Command choir from Pensacola. be held from 3:30: to 5 p.m.
along Coastline Drive behind City The "singing officers", under Also on Sept. 30, the guided L
Hall the direction of Ens. Willard R. missle frigate LUCE (DLG-7))
Music will be provided in a Kesling, are a volunteer group of will tie up at the riverfront and
one-hour-and-30 minute Navy and Marine aviation flight hold an open house for the public
presentation by the 4th Marine students who have been heard from 1-6 p.m.Recently ;
Aircraft Wing Drum and Bugle and enjoyed by the public on FIRST CUSTOMER The first Bold Cityfest Button Buyer, who
Corps, the Naval Air Training radio and TV and in personal reassigned to wished to remain anonymous, has his purchase pinned on by Navy
Command Choir and the Cruiser- appearances throughout the Mayport from New port, R.I., the Exchange sales clerk Ann McDonald. The buttons are available at the
Destroyer Flotilla 12 Band. world. ship is the flag ship of Destroyer Exchange Camera Counter for $1.00..
," The Marine unit, from Glen. Giving up their limited off-duty Squadron (DESRON)' 24.
view,Ill,was founded in 1967 and time, choir members must still Mr. Boardman selected
has since earned a reputation as maintain average grades in all According to RAdm. James, H.
one of the busiest drum and bugle phases of their flight and Doyle, Commander of Cruiser-
contingents in the Marine Corps. academic training.Jacksonville's Destroyer Flotilla 12, DESRON Civilian of the Month ,:;
The unit performs before an Navy contingentwill 24 represents the "new Navy we
estimated 20 million persons be represented by the are building for the future." Jax-Roland Boardman, Sales Clerk at SERVMART, !

: annually. Their music is Commander Cruiser-Destroyer The largest destroyer-type ship has been selected NAS Jax's Civilian Employee' the

memorized, adding even more Flottilla 12 band based at homeported in Florida at the Month for August. h I
professionalism to an elite,
.. professional musical I Mayport Naval Station. present time, LUCE is equippedwith Boardman is primarily Requirements Branch has ;;
The band performs for the ASROC and ASW weaponryand responsible for initiation of the greatly improved stock '
: organization. 'I
: morale of Navymen'serving carries the Terrier surface- timely requisitioning of all items
;:.' availability to all customers.
:,i' Members of the drum and
aboard the cruiser-
ships of the "
Y. to-air and surfacetosurfaceguided carried at' the facility. In ad- "His ingenuity in the innovation :
: bugle corps are rated as destroyer flotilla, which includes missies and a five-inch dition, he is also responsible for of new storage racks r
1: musicians; however, they are Destroyer Divisions 14 and 24. -
gun. the maintenance of
requisition and the and
rearranging
I !! '-i': : basically Marine infantrymen The lone military band in the I
I .,'ifL; qualified to fulfill this mission in Jacksonville area, the unit has There will also be a static flies, status files, reports and the grouping of materials within the '
-a combat situation. Many are performed countless times for display of Navy aircraft at the reporting of all new or deleted sales area has contributed im- ."
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Vietnam veterans, military and community func- riverfront site behind City Hall. items. measurably to a more efficient !
A According to a letter operation and greater customer !

.V A -203 returns from active duty Boardman nominating has him shown for "incredible the honor, satisfaction.The letter"concluded by stating i

foresight and ability in the that Boardman's "thorough f

Jax-Reserve Attack Squadron (VA-203) has returned from two weeks of annual organization and implementationof knowledge of the processes I

active duty at NAS Fallon, Nevada., requisitioning procedures that necessary to maintain records
have resulted in a more com- and procedures of all supply ;
The approximately 25 Reserve the Electronic Warfare Range by the eight squadrons that make up patible ratio of stock return to transitions is best reflected in a ,t .
officers and 150 enlisted men of scoring 31 bulls eyes during their Carrier Air Wing Reserve' inventories on hand. constantly superior productive ,.

the NAS Jax-based squadron training,more than any squadronhad (CVWR-20) also based here.In "His ability to coordinate effort that invariable motivates :
spent the two weeks of training scored during a two week the future, the squadronaims requisitioning procurement and his fellow employees in the
_sharpening their skills by flying deployment. at improving upon its follow-up action with the Stock pursuit of their assigned duties."
coordinated air strikes, low l level VA-203 also flew more than 800 readiness through individual
navigation and instrument hours-another record for a two squadron weekend drills, coor-
flights, tactics, maintenance and week deployment.The dinated Air Wing operations and CLIP AND MAIL TODAY I

k '- various types of bombing enlisted men and ground two week. active- duty for training t
:' w practice. crew officers displayed their periods such as the one just LEARN INCOME TAX

expertise by keeping every com leted. COURSE '
Under the command of Cdr. aircraft in the air. The squadronnever ummm 'io'j
Includes current tax laws theory
James S. Bassett, the squadronalso missed a mission becauseof TO EARNWith and application as practiced in '.
set a few records at the a downed aircraft. Block offices from coast to coast.
Nevada air station. During the The objective of the combat air America s Largest Classes Monday and WednesdayCertificate
fax Service / awarded graduation
two weeks VA-203 flew more squadron is to be capable of full upon |

missions In one day than any and immediate mobilization and ENROLL NOW ,
Reserve or active duty squadronhad deployment with the active duty ,11
flown at the base during any forces when a national \\, Classes start Sept. 17 't}
'OH ST STUDENT'S Hangar 1000, Jax. NAS
two week deployment. VA-203 emergency would require suchan
flew a record 51 missions in one action. 3
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day, surpassing the previous VA-203 is one of the squadrons II -Ct-dth; ; CKHRBLOCIC office at;: t
record of 47. attached tc the Naval Air 5528 Normandy Blvd., Jax. 32205 Ph. 781.9323
The squadron's pilots Plus.. .... .. Ira ..... .. atovt tk* HAH Btak I..... Ta CMTM.rwMrt .
Reserve Unit (NARU) TM Itt a fer lifOTutlM Mly M* .!... .. ..... M .IIIptIM .
demonstrated deadly accuracy at Jacksonville, and is also one of J_ MrIL 1

j 11 -!'P" II NAME II
6ND talent contest slatedJax tS ADDRESS 1 I
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-All commands desiring to standing.. '/' / f. CITY_ PHONE II I
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enter the Sixth Naval District '':41 ._ ;... ,.. STATE__ JZIP CODE '
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Talent Contest must submit their .j. v
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entries by Sept. 28. personnel on .4m CLIP AND MAIL TODAY ;
duty for more than 90 days who Cdr. Bassett

Entries should be sent to the are not eligible for release from .
Commandant, Naval Training active duty prior to Nov. 30 are

Center, Orlando, Fla. using the eligible to participate providingno and
Growing Bigger Bigger
format of the entry form found in cogent military reason existsto

COMSIXDISTNOTE 1700, with a preclude this participation. ,

copy to Commandant, Sixth The Contest will be, hosted by : to Serve You Better and Better! '
Naval District (Attn: Code 114)). the Commandant, Naval \.. .... -'. .:.r.
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Training Center, Orlando, Oct. .3. ." ,:: -, c .
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Chief of Naval Personnel and is -* ., :.1
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\> designed to discover, develop and For additional information on r' ;
encourage talent regardless of the Contest, see COM-

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KITCHEN ,
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Jax-The Jacksonville
Officers
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Wives Club (JOWC) will be under
Jax -This week's selection from Torrance's Kitchen is'a very rich the leadership of President
chocolate cake. This recipe was obtained from a radio program in > Jackie Howard for the 1973-74
Boston and the number of requests from their.listening audience that year
j the recipe be repeated over the air attests to the taste and texture of Her elected board includes<
the cake. Debbie Leslie (Mrs. R.J.), 1st
Uncle Richard's Chocolate Cake i tc'd4pir Vice President; Nanci Robbins
Ingredients: (Mrs. T.F.), 2nd Vice President;
V\ pound butter ,' Joyce Beebe (Mrs. Bruce)
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4 eggs f:"'IIf' ", .....,r, John),Recording Secretary; and
1 cup self-rising cake flour < Linda Mitchell (Mrs. Robert),

1 pound can chocolate syrup II' Corresponding Secretary.
Vz teaspoon vanilla I I For its first function, the JOWC
; Cream butter and sugar, add eggs one at a time, alternately mix will host a "Welcome Aboard
flour and syrup, add vanilla. ...;?,.._ J. Coffee" on Sept. 26 at the NAS
Pour mixture into a greased angel food pan or loaf pan and bake 45 TELLING THE SEA POWER STORY-AKC Donald Dudley shews Officers Club. The coffee will
minutes at 350 degrees. some of the display material he uses along with slide presentations' to begin at 10:30: a.m. and the cost
Although the recipe calls for cake flour, we have always made it tell the public about Sea Power. will be 75 cents per person.
with regular -rising flour and find it to be delicious. It could be iced All wives or widows of active or
with your favorite chocolate frosting, but it is so moist and delicious AKC Dudley had surprise retired officers are welcome and

that we have never tried icing it.j urged to attend.Reservations .

for NAS Bermuda sailorsJaxReserve unit representative should or be Debbie madeto

Leslie ((264-7033)) by Tomorrow.Mrs. .
AKC Donald Dudley began his annual two weeks of
.
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I active duty for training (ACDUTRA) with the intentions of supportingNAS
j Bermuda in the Supply Department. '
j PERPETUALMONEY And that's they way it was-until they found out he's a member of the
I PLAN CNO's Sea Power Presentation Team.
By the end of Chief Dudley's two weeks of ACDUTRA, he'had given
38 of the slide presentations to some 358 Navy personnel and their -
dependents stationed aboard NAS Bermuda and the Naval Annex. !if
These slide presentations show the public the impact of the 4
economic,political and military aspects of sea power upon the United
Retirementincome States. 9
Attached to NARU's Naval Air Reserve Division (NARDIV)-F3 here
Chief Dudley gave presentations to a career counselors group the
station fire department and the electronics, operations\ and supply _
and a departments, to mention a few.
The subject of his presentations ranged from the challenges of
Sussia as a major sea power to a history of the American flag. As is r
usual for members of the Sea Power Team,the Chief reported he was
family legacy.? received with complete cooperation and a great deal of enthusiasm.



without touching a penny of your savings! NAS Jax Garden Circle


Sound far-fetched? Not with out Perpetual Money Plan! its 18th
beginning
1 i As a member you can have from $4 to $208 a month year Howard
I indefinitely..without reducing your savings! Or, even -
'j higher monthly income is available each month from Jax The NAS Jax Garden Circle will start !its 18th year Let's'help
five to thirty'years! tomorrow at a meeting scheduled for 9:30: a.m. at the Officers
Club. .
,
If you have accumulated from $1,000 to $50,000 savings, Mrs. Thomas J. Cummings will be the hostess.
let your free Perpetual Money Wheel show you what our The Circle was organized Oct. 27, 1955 and has provided a each
Perpetual Money'Plan can do for your future! work shop speaker each month for Circle members-and this
I year will be no exception. other.

1 And, for folks who haven't accumulated these savings, Field trips to area points of horticultural interest are also
there are 200 exciting ideas right on the same Perpetual being planned.The the
Money Wheel for building income in the years ahead. Garden Circle is open to all active and retired officers +
Pick up your free Perpetual Money Wheel today. wives, and prospective members are invited to attend '$or.

tomorrow's meeting. ,... we... ;,.
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to be WESISIDITOYOTAIWC.JACKSONVILLE'S 1 i 1
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\ EDITORS NOTE : Last contains sleeping, seating and facilities. tinguishers. a 5-pound unit can banned from our National Parks
in and that motel, food
I week's issue of the Jax Air storage areas. These trailers.are The fully ,equipped camper come in handly when you're recreational and
News contained an article generally designed to sleep requires a %ton or larger truck, the wilds, far away from any fire relocated outside concessions be
telling potential recre- between four and eight persons. depending on its weight and size. protection. Also, don't try petroleumgas to save daries.Because, park boun-
The more elaborate models money on the liquid
may There can be a "damper" on
tional vehicles buyers added protection of the boom in
An cam-
include hot and cold running your camper and not all the news system.
some of the things they water, cooking and bathroom about it is good. For one thing, against leakage is an inexpensive ping popularity a number of
should consider before facilities. riding in a camper box presents suds-type detector--a squeeze parking facilities, which include
making a purchase. This Most units have a mechanized special hazards and safety experts bottle with foaming detergent. security, maintenance and
raising and lowering system that strongly advise against Prices for truck campers range repair, have been developed
week continue to
we to over $4000, around major metropolitancenters.
opens or closes the camping allowing passengers in the from under $1000
describe some of the trailer with minimum of effortin camper box when the rig is un- plus the cost of the truck. .
different types of a few minutes. derway. Most are designed to sleep at Many recreational parks and
recreational vehicles Prices can range between $300 Thus, anyone with prudenceand least four people. campgrounds have sprung up
available. and $2000This a family of more than three Now What? across the country and major
trailer is ideal for the (the number that can fit in the Now that you've made your hotel chains now offer ac.-
CAMPING TRAILERS. These family or persons who enjoy the cab of a pickup) should forget the choice and are ready to start out comodations adjacent to their
are the simplest of the outdoors and plan to spend mostof idea of a conventional-cab pickup in your RV, be sure to make the existing facilities. Restaurants
recreational vehicles. They are their vacation time living truck with a camper box. following inspections: Check all located on major travel routes
lightweight and can be pulled bya outside. It is fine for weekend Before making your final lights, battery water level, are utilizing vacant land in their
passenger car without an trips, short vacations, or longer decision, be sure to examine the power steering fluid, condition of areas for overnight camping.
elaborate hitching device. camping trips.TRUCK interior for sharp corners and hoses and belts and air con- Overnight parking fees in
Moreover, when collapsed; for CAMPERS. These are edges; check for cabinet doors ditioning system. commercially-operated camp
traveling they are compact- all-in- ne vehicles consisting of a that fly open even in a minor The American Automobile grounds vary greatly by
riding below your rear-view pickup truck with a camper accident.Be Association suggests that every geographical location, season
sight-line. These trailers have a mounted on its' truck bed. sure to get a camper that driver should carry a flashlight, and facilities offered. Fees range
low center of gravity for easy Some truck campers have a matches the cargo capacity of the pliers, adjustable wrench, from about $1.50 to $8.00 per
traveling in winds or on rough permanently-mounted body; pickup truck. Pickup truck chemical fire extinguisher, first- night, with the majority $5.00 or
roads.In others allow you to remove and manufacturers are now requiredto aid kit, blanket and emergency less plus$1.00 for utilities hookup.For .
camp, they open out to forma park the camping unit while identify by placard what light, along with a spare tire and a list of available hand
tent-like structure of fabric- or using the truck for local travel weight cargo the pickup can take. car jack. books and manuals concerning
plastic walls and roof. purposes once you have set up They are also required to show Parking Areas recreational vehicles and the cost
The camping trailer's ad- camp. pictorially the center of gravitythat Campers are running into of each, write to RVI, 2720 South
vantages are obvious in that it Truck campers range from a should be used in matchingup increasing difficulties, as they Des Plains Avenue, Dept. F72,
rests on its own base, off the simple model designed for the camper. Manuals with head for the great outdoors. Des Plains, Illinois 60018. (NF-
ground, thus providing a dry tent sleeping and storage to more loading instructions are available Environmentalists are recom- CU)
bed in wet weather. elaborate models which include from truck manufacturers.Don't mending that wheeled campers, NEXT WEEK: "Is There A
Inside, a camping trailer kitchen, living area and toilet economize on fire ex- trailers and "motor homes" be Boat In Your Future?
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Navymen lauded :>' '




5 rY'x by SecNav, CNO ... .



: Jax The following is a letter blue. J.
from the Acting Secretary of the "The many exploits of bravery
'YMc Navy to the Chief of Naval and untold unselfish contributions .
Operations: toward, with
peace
___
"On the occasion of the ter.. honor in a most complicated; area i
mination of this nation's longest of the world will someday be fully I
engagement in armed conflict, I recognized and appreciated by
would like to express my deepest Ameticans everywhere.
thanks and gratitude for the "The future holds new
steadfast devotion to duty challenges for us and I am cer-
manifested throughout these tain that they will be met with the x
years by Navy men everywhere."The same courage and steadfastness
? shown in battle."I P
heartbreaking sacrificesand
,
r 7', r the long years of family know I am speaking for Mr. -
Warner also in his absence whenI
which
separation
.. 4 ,> were.required
r to ensure the attainment of our say we are proud to be a part of ,
national objectives have not gone this great fighting service. ; j
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unnoticed."At "God bless the Navy."
...- Signed: J. William Middendorf
this time in history when II, Acting Secretary of the Navy. /;"I"i
ESSAY WINNER HONORED Miss Donna Jones, winner of Fleet Reserve Association
(FRA)
there is so much concern for the In response to the letter, Adm. :
Branch
91's Americanism Essay Contest presented a wall plaque,and a $500 Savings Bond by moral fiber of our country and for Zumwalt wrote, "I wish to add
Dennis W. Marshall, 1st Vice President of the Branch and Americanism Committee Chairman. She
the seeming lack of direction of my personal 'well done' to all
also received a $25 Bond from Southeast Regional. Donna is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
many of the young, and not so Navy men and women who have
_Jones_- of_,=Jacksonville.___ 'F'_ <, ,.. <....._ .___.u.___, __.0_ young, people in this nation of performed so magnificently
II r' i _-.... '(Y- w ': ours,we can be even more proudof throughout this long and difficult
o "t. .';:,' ': ,' THE FIRST UNITEDPENTECOSTAL the purposefulness, period. I am certain you will "
CHURCH resoluteness and conviction of continue to perform equally well
Extends to You a Cordial our men in Navy blue. in the challenging days ahead." t.
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Sept 28 in Jacksonville, Fla. tJ,,

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examine the Freedom Tree dedicated to former POW SSgt. John ,' ;
Deering. Located on the Marine Barracks lawn, the tree is one of 30 POSITIONS AVAILABLE NATIONWIDE j ,
planted in the Jacksonville area by the Lest We,Forget Committee. No
public ceremony was held since SSgt. Deering was unable to attend
the dedication. I

I Lendman Associates is a unique executive career search firm that

specializes In placing college graduates separating'' ,from, the

military through a nationwide 'system of CAREER WEEKENDS. '
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representatives of malor companies hiring for positions across the

country. : .

This service is offered at absolutely no cost to you.
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the CAREER,WEEKEND being held In Jacksonville, Florida on September 28'and 29. .
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transmission has been rebuilt by the licensed AAMCO BANKERS TRUST / ,6WENS-CORNING
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Dealer Issuing this certificate, utilizing the AAMCO "CAR CHARMIr PAPER PROCTOR & GAMBLE "I

OWNERSHIP" Assembly Set. This certificate' guarantees the CORNING GLASS "PRUDENTIAL "
'transmission and torque converter (I If your car has a torque FLORIDA MINING & MATERIALS SOUTHERN BELL '
converter) against failure of material and workmanship. It will !
ST. REGIS PAPER
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licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer In the United States LINCOLN NATIONAL TRAVELERSMcDONALD'S ,\' \
annually for service with In 30 dcys! of the Service Date Indicated UNION CARBIDE "' l

below. The charge for annual service. is $13.75 payable at the MOBILE HOME INDUSTRIES XEROX :
time of service, and It covers the replacement of transmissionfluid

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I Shaking 'shocks' are making millions cf drivers ill without them t r tA?L:t !
knowing why, says a report issued in Britain following more than ,
!
three years of study by a team of engineering and medical experts. tir
I According to the Public Service Division of British Leyland Motors
Canada Limited, the team was appointed by the Shock Absorber \
Manufacturers Association-whose members make shock absorbersfor t 1 :: h Ott, ) '
a vast range of European cars-to discover the true effects of
driving with worn-out "shocks."

The team reports that overworn shock absorbers can cause a car -.i: Ie
to vibrate in a way that the driver is quite unaware of. This vibra-
tion can cause headaches; deafness; it can affect a motorist's sight;
or simply rock him to sleep at the wheel.

Scores of unexplained highway death crashes may have been
caused by the drivers being shaken to sleep, says the report, which -
6
states:
,
"Expert medical opinion from a consultant in motoring medicine = V
concerning the long-term effects on both drivers and passengers in
vehicles with inadequate 'shocks' is both_ surprising and alarming. L1ii
"Cars with worn out shock absorbers-about one-in-three in Brit-
ain-subject their occupants to an excessively pitching and yawing
ride and also to undetectable vibrations. NEW "BAT" LIEUTENANTS. Cdr. Edward Doherty (Left), Commanding Officer of VP-24,
"The combination of these three disturbances has strange and swears in three new "Batmen" lieutenants. Taking the oath are ((2nd from Left to Right): Lts. Bill
possibly dangerous effects due to the three-dimensional motion. Gottschalk, Leon Leonidoff and Mike Ketring.VP-24 deployed to Keflavik, Iceland.

"The buildup of the 3-D motion could start with a motorist having
: to tense himself, unconsciously, against the bumps and vibrations, LanFit reps visit
I and this leads to headaches, aching limbs and irritability.

i "Also, the vibrations can lead to severe upset of vision, even
Ii possibly double vision, and the 'end result is a prematurely fatigued "Fleet morale much better"Jax
driver behaving in an aggressive manner.

i Enlisted personnel at as well as the shortage of men. placed in the Fleet.
i ... NAS Jax had a chance to find out Master Chief Gray said that Master Chief Gray expressed a
what the main topics of conern everywhere he went people were concern about those who were
\ dJ ;; : were in other parts of the Fleet as commenting, "we don't have coming up for retirement and the
GREAT well as a chance to express topicsof enough money or men". He effect of the Survivors Benefit
7i@NaeS concern here at NAS Jax when added that "it doesn't look like its Plan on these people during his
i YOU the Master Chief Petty Officer of going to get any better unless a visit.He said he was "shocked"
the Atlantic Fleet and the miracle happens in Congress' by the number who were not
r Atlantic Fleet Sailor of the Year and that the possibility of yet aware of their eligibility and the
Exhibit Hall of the Civic Auditorium visited last week. another cut could be very effects this Plan could have on
4 Master Chief Jerry Gray addressed demoralizing. them. He suggested that
( Downtown--Near Sears Roebuck)
t, a group of about 70 Chiefsat Advancements are another everyone eligible for retirementtake
FRIDAY 12-6 SAT. MO SUN. 1-7 the Chiefs Club while Chief topic of concern in the Fleet, the time to get the instruction
Musical Entertainment Every Hour Terry Sullivan addressed about according to Master Chief Gray., on the Survivors Benefit
50 junior enlisted personnel at He said that therewas a paper in Plan and read it carefully.The .
\! Hancock Hall. front of Adm. Elmo Zumwalt,
Chief Gray opened his remarksto CNO, at this time which Master Chief concluded his
i JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION the Chiefs by saying that no recommends that all those who remarks to the NAS Jax Chiefs by
I matter how bad, anyone might are eligible to be frocked be recommending the seven day
think their problems were at NAS frocked. He said that at the CPO Supervisory Skill School
REPOSSESSION SALEWhy Jax, the ships had more present time there was a backlog recently instituted in the Fleet.
problems. He qualified this of E-6s who passed the last test He said that he and 18 other
remark, however, by saying that but wouldn't be rated until Aprilof Chiefs attended the school
pay full price when you can get it for less? based on what it was 15 months '74 and that the last of these thinking they were "John Wayneon

:::$:: :::::::: :: :::: :: o$::: : .........ft ? .>:-:'>W5: ::; :;f ::WS ff::;:*::: SiW ago, morale is much better now would not be advanced until days a white"we found horse out," but how after screwedup two
throughout the entire Fleet. December of '74.
I 69 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL While on th topic of morale he The problem of uniforms being we were."
;# ;g::: 2 Door Hardtop. Loaded! touched the
on problem Chiefs optional to the individual and not He said that during the course
J. $1795 were having with being left out of the command was also a subject each man had to interview three
, the chain of command and he touched on by Master Chief Gray men from"18 to 24 years of age on
, '69 OPEL GT 8::r: 69 JAVELIN SST assured them that the problemwas and he termed the dungaree a controversial subject. The
I Radio & Heater,4 spd :jij:ti::: PS, Radio & Heater, 3 spd. a big concern and that steps problem a "hooligans mess". He result was that many were
Special 4* CftAE. $ $1225 L were being taken to alleviate the said that there were presently 40 shocked by the frankness and
. Price) 079 ,}8 problem.The units in the
,. Atlantic Fleet that intelligence of this age group,
70 INTERNATIONAL :$::: 73 TOYOTA COROLLA Master Chief of the were testing a new dungaree to Master Chief Gray.
according
2 dr. Radio Atlantic Fleet also brought the uniform
E TRAVELALL S: & Heater up under working con He said that the school also
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AC, Auto trans., PS, PB, V-8 S Auto transmission, ,AC subject of money when he said ditions and ships laundry con. covered a lot about management
, engine, R&H. CO1QI* | L irS aware t of the shortage of money thoroughly tested before being enlightening".

A :: 70 MUSTANG ,
69 FORD MUSTANG {{ 2 dr HT V8 Radio & Heater Master Chief Gray then openedthe
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Ctl E $1725 Chiefs in attendance before
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I Johnny Horizon wants U.S. clean for Bicentennial .II

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Jax"- The Johnny Horizon< '76_ "Let's' Clean Up America For Our 200th Birthday -

I Program has received recognition as an official National Bicentennial

\ Program activity by the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission (ARB-
C).

In a letter to Secretary of the for an improved quality of life,he day" then keep it clean-
Interior Rogers C.B. Morton, added. captured the minds and hearts of
ARBC Chairman David J. The Resolution also thousands of school children in
Mahoney reported that the acknowledged the importance of Orange County, Florida. (
Commission had passed a an emerging environmental ethicin Orange County's Johnny
Resolution to make Johnny America, and awarded the Horizon '76 Cleanup Week,held in '.
Horizon '76 a part of the National Johnny Horizon '76 Program use April, was the most intensive
Bicentennial Program and to of the official ARBC symbol. cleanup ever waged in that
seek "the participation of all In recognizing Johnny Horizon populous county, which includes
environmental constituencies- '76, the ARBC will promote the Orlando and Disney World.
public and private" to establish Program through its 55 State and Each school was encouraged to
Johnny Horizon '76 as a "major Territorial commissions and ,the conduct a program within its own
part of our Nation's BicentennialEra. 73 (to date) Bicentennial area and each classroom was
." organizations embedded within designated certain area in the j
An Action Program 58 national associations and school or surrounding com- jI I
"Johnny Horizon '76 had groups. munity to clean up. Students also
demonstrated its ability to Russell E. Train, Chairman of involved their parents in the ;M:
translate citizen concern into the President's Council on En- program.
positive action such as countryside vironmental Quality (CEQ), has The National Alliance of
cleanups, inner city endorsed Johnny Horizon's Businessmen, local businessesand f
beautification and conservation "endeavor to acquaint citizens on banks purchased Johnny
programs," the Resolution how they can work toward a Horizon '76 posters, brochuresand t'
continued. cleaner environment." litterbags for posting and

"The Commission believes the In a letter to Secretary Morton, distribution' to their customersand ,. K'r
Johnny Horizon '76 program Chairman Train wrote: interested people. The U.S. \-'; '::

contains the full measure of both "I want to assure you of the Army's 143rd Transport Brigadealso 'j ,': ::l :;
environmental education and Council's strong support for-your provided assistance. : h.
action'on the ground' designed to efforts stimulate awareness of Local news media donated '.
attract the 'millions of helping the opportunies and respon- space to cover the campaign and
hands'our President has said are sibilities that each citizen has for ran Johnny Horizon public service -
urgently needed to clean up our doing his part in protecting the announcements promotingthe
country," Mahoney commented. environment. Cleanup Week. RNMCB-14 moves into :

"It has become catalyst, new Florida Kids HelpThechallenge"Let's National Cleanup Month
force to crystalize environmental Clean Up started Sept. 15 and will last until NAS drill facilityJaxReserve
concerns into patterns of action America For Our 200th Birth Oct. 15. new

.. Naval Mobile talion, the Drill Site includes six

Few servicewomen applying Construction Battalion (RNMCpermanent buildings which
BM4) has moved into its Perprovide a base for operations that 4
I manent Drill Site here. are an integral part of the Ready .

for VA education benefits men The Battalion from Florida is composed, South of Reserve RNMCB-14 Program, was previously

at the old Naval
headquartered !
Carolina, Georgia and Alabama.
More than tWo'- itrds of: the cation benefits for veterans discharged college. As of April, 27,440 of the Reserve Training Center on 'J
women"ti.veterans' "believed( to be before June ,'1966,'will 44,000 who .have.',used'their, GI Built. by the men of the BatMorse Street.JACKSONVILLE'S .
:' eligible,for education'and'train expire on May 3\'1974, although Bill had chosen' college and
ing under the current GI Bill have this expiration date does not, about 300, were job training.To : MOST EXCLUSIVE BOTTLE CLUB ,

not yet used these benefits, and apply to on-the-job or apprenticeship date,.Air Force leads the services WHAT'S NEW? ?
time is running out for those discharged training. with 13.157, women vete- '
before June 1, 1966. The remainder of the veterans rans who have enrolled under the .
This warning came from the eligible have eight years from the current GI Bill. The Army has
which date of their discharge to complete
Veterans Administration, -
10,895 the Marine
11,814;Navy, ;
also noted most of these VA edu- their training.
Corps, 3,863; the Coast Guard, *
About 100,000 of the 144,000 17; and the Public Health Ser- WE HAVE NW IDEA
service
who left military
women and At-
salescheduled vice, National Oceanic
Lamp since January 31, 1955 have not mospheric Administration, and Pussycat Escorts ,il"
yet taken training under the GI 1'1W
others 4,443.
Bill, according to VA. Continuous (Dancing Partners)

This date (end of the Korean VA reminds women veterans topless Gi?4. Go WE ST |fh ST I 15 Ith ST E X IT PH 351 M* -
Jax-The annual lamp sale is Conflict) marks the beginning of that their military experience, Openrfpm *am ( Sundaystoo (
at the Ex- service especially in the health care field,
about to begin Navy the period of military

char.be.Lamps'. making veterans eligible for often provides an excellent and training basis :;:..:..:::*:$(:::'ASSSS: :.tiY.SSSSSS-:: .- SSY': go on sale Oct. 1 for benefits under the current GI Bill, for further education #.:. ............1.
approximately two weeks. which became law May 31, 1966. and that VA is a leader in *t.r.j The NEW.1HOTORS.. ......
of'all sizes university-affiliated health care :::$:: : ::::::
will .
There be lamps cent of the .....
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About per .
training and in equal employ. .
fashions and forms. II ASTRO
shapes, _
144,000 women potentially eligi- for :::::::
ment opportunity women.
"Seeing is believing, as the ble have used all or part of their .
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saying goes, so look them over education benefits. Women serve as VA hospital directors .......
and do that redecorating thatyou've and as chiefs and direc- ............ \ .:.:.:. j .
been planning. Vietnam Era women veterans, and allied : :% :::::: \ '
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will be all kinds to choose like Vietnam Era male veterans administration BY AND SEE ::::::
There under the GI health care fields, including :::::: INVITES YOU TO COME .
school : : :
from: table lamps, desk lamps, are attending allied health train :.:.:.
hanging, pole, swag and many Bill in large numbers.The ing, nursing, and dietetics. :::i: REAL SAVINGS!! : : : ;

more-any style you want from spring 1973 semester en- :.:.:.:::.:: Our low operating expenses mean real :.:.::.:: ..
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this "sale of sales. ......
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look in the housewares and ap- rnE o E11m 71 PLYMOUTH Duster 340 S1795 7i i

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MAI.R.E. Robinson, DDI!P C.W. Roberts Sgt. R. L Cruz, EM2 Wonorsky, MA1 W.J. Williams, GMG2
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rate of 5.85 per cent at your credit union. Usually lower ::

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I r'f1Vot, New Shop becoming better with age.

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Jax- Do you need a baby bed, a table and chair set, a -T

dress, a tie? Or maybe you have a couch, a bike or some -

outgrown clothing that .is just too good to throw away. I I ..
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Both consignments and donations are welcome I -
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(donations are tax deductible). Chairman Mrs. Howard .,. I40T NZW SHOP 'l
Soha says, "We take almost anything that you can fit "

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All proceeds go to the welfare fund of the Navy Wives .I\ 1 ill v "'wt>d >,
Club of America (NWCA) Jax 86, which has operatedthe : N, x kRt
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shop since the late 1940's. fft' kh

During the past year the Club has sponsored two Little yr ." .

League teams, given Thanksgiving and Christmas '"
baskets to the needy, and donated to the Florida Sheriffs .- "-: '!

Girls Villa and Clay County Welfare. Donations have -...' ..,''
also been made to the NWCA's National Scholarship \;.
Foundation and numerous other charities.
WELCOME TO THE NOTNEWSHOP- Chairman Mrs.Howard Soha and Mrs. Richard Kannlar
welcome customers to Jax 86' Not New Shop.The Club has operated the facility since the late 1940's.
P. w. O. C. to meet;



choir needs help

Jax-The Protestant Women'of the Chapel (P.W.O.C.) will have
their first planning meeting on Monday, Sept. 24, at 9:30: a.m. in the r ;
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Refreshments will be served and a nursery provided.If a r' C
you need transportation,please call 772-3051 or 2644747.
Come join the women for planning activities at our chapelandhave [1
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dwindle.If 1a
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p.m.

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THE RIGHT PRICE for each item is determined'in the consignmentroom.
Houle: Radio & TV Service .
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into the Navy Jax area... Carlo A BARGAIN HUNTER looks
Monte NightOct. over the dress selection. There
are plenty of items for the

COLOR TV youngsters.
MOTOROLA QUASAR
2 7
p.m. midnight
SALES & FACTORY SERVICE
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Hancock HallIn CHURCH
Extends to You a Cordial
Quasar IT Welcome to All Services

23 ..., Sunday ,
4i t Sunday School 10:00: a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.
CREDENZA'COLOR Evangelistic 7:30p.m.

TVs51995 REAL ESTATE matters, visit or call Bible Study Thursday 7:30p.m.

Friday .
WAYNE SHRUM Youth'Servlce '.7:30: p.m.

S An associate of REV. W.L. COHRON,.PASTOR
Matrix Bright Picture "33 Druid Avenue
Tube Insta-Matic Color BLANDING AGENCY, Inc. Off:'389-7840 Res;398.5648
Tuning solid state
chassis(except tubes), REALTORSHonesty
Instant Picture and Sound.
Dependability Sincerity in
Model WU8008KP Mediterranean Credenza REAL ESTATE SALES

For complete Electronic Service of all makes, 5102 BlandIng Boulevard v

phone 164.3211.rrrrrrrrdrsrrrrrrrrtrr. Phone 771.8036

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...ON SERVICE CALL WITH THIS AD! r.- "One of our 2 locations Is open Apartments

(GOOD THRU OCT 10th) Q to serve you 7 days a week"
Pool Pattos.Balconies
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WTW Carpet-Drapes
SALES SERVICE Central Heat&Air
Modern Kitchen Appliances
RENTALS Laundry Room

f. HOULE'SRADIO : 1 BR i FURNISHED
!: AIR FILLS $115 up

DIVE TRIPS 2 BR FURNISHED
t & TV I
qly HYDRO-STATC! TEST $165 .up
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SERVICE PAD I YMCA IV miles from NAS Jax
NAUI
10 miles from NAS Cecil

W"I NAUI Basic and Advanced Diving CoursesDAY 5342 SEABOARD AVE.

' FRANK HOULE (USN, Ret.) LESSONS NIGHT LESSONSMAIN (Just off Tlmuquana)
OFFICE ST. JOHN'S STORE PHONE 772-7304 '
'. 9034 BLANDING BLVD PHONE 2443211A 13637 Beach Boulevard 4591 St. John's Avenue
_ Bellalr Shopping Center Orange Park Jacksonville Florida 32224 Jacksonville, Florida 32210 tI:
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JIId.r CALL: 387-3566 Movie Schedule


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Ads should be mailed to arrive not later
too late for this deadline will be publlhSafhl0t PUblication the following Thursday. Ads
strllct otherwise. A check fOllowing week unless the
or money order for publisher Is In. - - - - - -
'the cost of the ad must be received WITH the
copy.
RATE: minimum charge(3lines( ) ...$2.00 Thursday Sept.20 Sunday,Sept.zj
Per
Mail to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO., additional line ((4 words per line) ...SOc NAS: "MUSIC MAN" Musical NAS: "SAVE THE TIGER"
4747
SAN
JUAN AVE.,JACKSONVILLE 32210 Comedy Starring Robert Drama, Starring Jack Lemmon

Preston and Shirley Jones. "G" and Jack Gilford. "R" (101 min.)

... ", -I Wilford's LIVE CRABS Fish WILMAR APTS. (151 min.) HOSPITAL: "BREAKFASTAT
: Camp 2BR., Furn., water, sewage 8> gar
264.9707 HOSPITAL: "DARING TIFFANY'S"Monday
bage,
TEMPORARY parking cars, small children
FOR NAVY WIVESAll small pets o.k. S125. mo., Washer DOBERMANS" Adventure,
office skills needed. Long and DESK WANTED S8.00, 387.2541 or 387-0744.JUSTISSTRAILER. Starring Charles Knox and Tim ,Sept. 24

short assignments. No fee. We Pay Beautiful 8. Unusual, not business Considine. "G" (89 min.) NAS: "WILD ROVERS"Western

You. type, Lorene McDonough, 3842929. 1f.MfMOItta'i": 11.$, 1*'H<4$1 Friday,Sept.21 Starring William
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XTRA HELPERS 396-5U8 Holden and Ryan O'Neal. "PG"
NAS: "DEEP THRUST"
NAVY BOAT MOTOR ((110 min.)
TRAILERl6FT.,75hp..Evinrude PARK Action Drama, Starring Angela
Part-time lob,flexible hours, leads to 1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern HOSPITAL: "SAVE THE
Mao and Chang Yi. "R" ((88 min..))
7213600. 384
career 4184 trailer and apts. 3893007. TIGER"
HOSPITAL; "MUSIC ,MAN"

JANITORIALWORK AT NAS JAX LEAVING FOR WEST COAST Saturday,Sept.22 Tuesday,Sept.25
Hours '5-9:30 P.M., Call 355-2741 and Oct. 1st or 2nd. Space available for COLONY MOBILE HOMES NAS; "BREAKFAST ATTIFFANY'S" NAS: "A SEPARATEPEACE"
ask for openings at NAS. passengers to share cost. Call 389- Sales& Rentals,9359103rd St,Call 771- Drama Starring
Royal Services, Inc. 9757, between 5 P.M. to 10 P.M. 0275 Photostating and notary service. Comedy, Starring ,
Weekdays, Weekends all day. Audrey Hepburn and George Richard Parker and John

PARTS MANAGER TRAINEE Peppard. "PG" (114 min.) Heylon. "PG" (104 min.)

Opportunity to train as Auto Parts FIREPLACE WE BUY AND SELL HOSPITAL : "DEEP HOSPITAL. : "WILD
Manager under transition program. Built.In Log burning. Save on fuel. GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES THRUST"

Openings in Jax., Gainesville, &. Build In any room $320. 771.0663 Use Phone 388 4619 ROVERS"r

Tallahassee.Top pay & benefits. 3891644 mantels or brick.DRESSMAKING.
LET YOUR RENT
BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT
&ALTERATIONSIn
NORRELL my home at corner of Edson and DEPOSIT REQUIRED SECURITY GUARDS
TEMPORARY SUMIT MOBILE HOMES
Madria. Call 2643578. Call Marianna.
SERVICESHave 5210 Phillips Highway,733-9422

good office skills ? Want to work SAVE ON FUEL OIL BRING THIS AD FOR$100 OFF.

school hours? Call us NO FEE. We Have space heaters 8.flu pipes clean. RETIRED MILITARY WELCOMEThe

also have full day work even if you CITY & COUNTY LICENSEDPh. '72 DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME

don't typel 7647354. 4BR., 2B., 65' X 24', LG. FENCED Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Jacksonville,

NORRELL LOT, NEARLY 1 ACRE, In Fla. Branch has Immediate openings In Its security

786-7170 FOR SALE Rldgewood Addition. Awnings. Utility force. Must be in excellent physical condition & un
SEARS LADY KENMORE Shed, Central Heat, 4 ton AC.
PURCELLSIS DISHWASHERFront Available Nov. 1. Being transfered to dergo strict security Investigation & fire arms

NOW INTERVIEWING Loading Avocado portable. memphis. Chief Sowers Home 264- qualification test. Salary$6700 per year with'10 percent

Part-Time and Full.Tlme Hard maple top. Excellent condition. 7038, Work 7722540. shift differential for night work. Excellent company

Saleswomen for the Roosevelt Mall 2643108. paid benefits. Uniforms & equipment provided &
store, who have a flair for selling
women's quality fashion apparel. We MALE MINIATURE TOY POODLE 12'XS5'2BR.,AC TRAILER cleaned at no cost.

offer excellent employee fringe Silver, IV yrs. old, No papers, $40.00. Fenced yard, completely furnished.

benefits with and an opportunity to 'advance Chief Sowers, Work, 772.2540. Children & Pets accepted. 771-2484. For Information, Call 354-8211, Ext 211
a progressive company.

Phone Mr. Wood! 3557561 for a' MATCHING SOFA& CHAIR JIT "S rAT ,_1 8:30-4:30 P.M. MONDAY-FRIDAY
confidential appointment. $30.00, Burnt Orange 8. Brown, Extra

,,..' Long, good condition, 778-1385. GOOD BUY '72 KING.EST.WAG. An Equal Opportunity Employer
JOINTHEWONDERFULWORLD
. fi:}lit EACISTA TE 4\ft 12,000 Miles, Fully Powered
.V" OF KELLY GIRL "" .", __,.' ".i.-::: ':: $3200.,781-5079
( Like variety? You Name It, We haveIt.
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WE BUY& SELL EQUITIES
Temporary, Part-Time or all the 1967 CHEVELLE MALIBU VA-4h4VV
time, convenient areas Best firms, Call us for quick service 2DR., H.T., 396 Auto., No money
Highest.Pay.( .; Call or. stop into our Morrison I.Taylor,Inc. down, Low Monthly pymts. Call 358- -
M1,$" Friendly office today.. 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. 0881. Big Chief Say: /
737-3864
a 771-3052
531 FU.Nat'l. Bank Bldg.

.i.: KELLY GIRLS TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo 72Vi HONDA XL250 41' FREE FRONT
t':' up to twenty acre Tracts 5 mile Mint. Cond., 3,400 MI. Trail or Street,

;. PRIVATE CLUB NEAR NAS radius Cecil Field & I,295 $$2,00000, New tags $595. 771-0989. WHEEL ALIGNMENT
. Bartender $3,00000 per acre. Prices are far
4\, Houseman below near-future values. Call Art NO CASH NEEDED WITH PURCHASE
% Yardman Loughrun, Ret. Navy Chief 389-5514, 1965 Chevy Impala, 4 DR., New paint

Waitresses Eve 771.7441. & interior,S35.MO. 353.4575. OF 4 TIRES
Night Porter WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA

Call for appointment 387.1653 Realtors_ SpecialistWE t s
1965 BUICK ELECTRA 225
BUY EQUITIES H.T., Auto., Full Power AC No ,, SMOOTHRIDER \.
PART-TIME FLIGHTINSTRUCTORS Louise T. Bailey money down, low monthly pymts. Call
Broker 771-3605 3580881.
Call Bill Gardner
'7210611AIRCRAFT ff
CALLASHIPMATE '72 VEGA GT rt ,
Joe Roplak (RET Navy) Low Mileage, Excel. Cond. 737-4955 or ;
" INSPECTORSAll Licensed Real Estate Salesman 7379433. 1.
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type aircraft experience con Representing I r 1 / l PERFORMANCE
sidered. Immediate -openings. In Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors NO MONEY DOWN t 1

terviews from 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. Home 781-7715 Office 771.9513 1968 Chevy Impala, V-8, Auto. AC, r 4-PIY,POLYESTER

Monday thru Friday. IN REAL ESTATE MATTERSCall 2DR., H.T., New Paint, $56 Mo. 353-
AERO CORPORATIONLake Wayne Shrum 4575.

City,Fla.Phone 1-752-711 Blanding Agency, Inc., Realtors : 30,000 ..MILEGUARANTEE
An equal opportunity Employer 771.9513 '71 HONDA 750 \ 4
Mint Condition, Low Mileage, Cdr. L t
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY RACY POINT ST.JOHNS RIVER Holloman 2642821. 1

Retired Senior NCO or Officer to head 2BR, 1BA. lovely home on 91'x100'
bulkheaded lot with private boat dock. SPORT COUPE 14
flight dept. No flying duties required, LEMANS \
but available. Call Bill Gardner, for $50,000.00. SUN COAST REAL Auto. Trans., PS R&H, AC, bucket ,
appt. 721-0611. ESTATE, 908 Anastasia Blvd., St. seats like new.Make offer. Phone 733- V

Augustine. 824-3358. 2365. t

PART-TIME HELP
Weekends 8. some evenings. Good pay FOR CASH SALE '72 CHEVELLE MALIBU
for men willing to work. 355-0264 Lot 60' X 140' deep. 12' X 50' Mobile 2.door hardtop,low mileage, all power' F78x14or15 F6R $7900
_. Home. Together. 6104 Dormlny Ave.
;; ;;; and AC, loaded with extras, $2,850.
1"-1 Between Blanding Blvd. & WesconnettBlvd.

t lM '_ _, 3 ylia ., Owner. 771-3717.._ Phone 7332365. G73x14or15H78x14or15 FgR $97,80 4

A recorded message by NO CASH DOWN
SCOTT EDWARDSTells 2 LARGE LOTS 1969 Ford Galaxy,V-8 Auto., AC New I
you how to be a Well & light pole, Woof Maxville In Paint & Interior, $56.Mo. 353 4575. a .
DISCJOCKEYCall Baker county. Call 72 .5028, Bkr. $9995

355-2944 hour.Approved for DAVIDSON FOR
any 49 HARLEY
BY OWNER
SALE
HOUSE -
veterans. Columbia School of 2ViB.- DbL Carport, large Motorcycle "14".1.200 cc, A-1 Con- 4 )
Not 2 Story
Broadcasting. San Francisco. equity, but assume low monthly dition. Best offer over $1,600 Phone 44 L78x15 FOR 10795
by
Course
affiliated with CBS, Inc. 7332365.
Cedar Hills,
payments of$117. per mo.
home study. area. 6457 Cooper Lane. 7865908. (No 1
BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY i.
Please) 1
Realtors Used VW's Compacts, other foreign PIUS F.E.T. OF 2.37 TO 3.13JInstant

AUTO AIR COND.SERVICE Tyler LOT FOR SALE makes. Astro Motors, 6566,NormandyBlvd. ,
Units CORNER
Room Units, Central 7814978. Credit No Down Payment Long Terms
Heating A. Air Conditioning 4711 Old Mlddleburg & 103rd St. 60' X 125',

Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161.GEORGE'S for information 111.7384.COMINGTOMEMPHIS. NO CASH NEEDEDNOCREDITNEEDED /

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KENNELS E1 and up,18 yrs.or older
15MI. from
Dos& Cats Boarded 2BR. Trailer on 1 Acre We can sell you a car and get complete
building
Plck-Up & delivery services since Base C.A. extra room and financing arranged. 353.s7S."UCHEVELLE .
1925. Grooming, training & shipping. many extras-can finance, 1-901-
Visitors welcome. BankAmerlcard a. 4762156.

Mastercharge honored. Off I MO near 283 engine, Good running Cond.,

Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. [_ ..4J J Excel. Transp. A-T, R&H, $250. Call
SOlS Edgewood ct..319.0064 7729923.
ORANGE PARK
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER 2BR., Apts. furn. or unfum., Dish. 46 BUICK SPORT WAGON
Responsible party take up paymentsof washer, Drapes Carpets, Elizabeth PS. PB,AC. Radio, Excel. Cond. Orlg.
$7.00 per month. Rayf Ield'S AptS., 771-1405 or 771-3355. Owner $525. 264-8918.
6437 Wilson Blvd., 772-3936





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<<.,::,.w. :.:. .,,:.:.:':" .,"': :'"""", ":.. Months Old For Sale at Ice Box, Lights, Water, Sleeps 8 ... t

f THE Flee-T MARKET i .," $150.00 Tel 772-7812 Between 5:30-: Chap. McPhail .264-4747 '

6:00: P.M. dally ::
A FREE PERSONAL WANT.SERVICE .......... COLOR TV ANTENNA Slightly ,
for Military and Civilian Employees of NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field Sears KENMORE WASHER Used With Pole About $35.00 New ''xr:.:

acs ------ --- ---------------- $15.00 Sears 20' ROTARY Sell for $5.00 264-7117 t
U. Good .......... IJ'

I FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM I Working MOWER Condition$10.00 Both Call In 264.5140 1973 HONDA CL-350 2100 Miles '-. J'

I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) After 4PMAMFM Like New, Fiber Glass WindShield .r;

............ Luggage Rack. Must Sell '>r
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STEREO RADIO with $700.00 Ext 2178
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I turntable & 2 speakers. Excellent '

I Condition. $120 Call Cecil Ext. 437 PORSCHE 914 1970 AM-FM ...

I or 354 between 1530 & 2100 Radio $2900.00 CDR Walden Ext .
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I 2460 .......... '".
SALE
II GARAGE -Typewriters

I TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW Ii Womens Golf Clubs w-Extra Wife's Dream Car Being Trans

I Black Lite Posters, Must Sell I 73 OLDS CUTLASS .
i BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. Woods,
I Surfboard 384.7274 (Supreme) Beautifull! Loaded

I Many Extras Aft 5PM Ed Louie

1968 TRIUMPH 650cc 772.8786 "

I I Name ,Office or activity to which assigned I MOTORCYCLE $550 or Best '

Offer For Sale: BOYS 20" SPIDER
I 771.0233N.N.N.
.1 I BICYCLE Blue Excellent Con. )
.
I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I 1973 CHEVY IMPALA 10,000 ml ditlon $25 ph 772-7673 /

I Still Under Warranty AM-FM
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, Ie: Full I
f
I Stereo Radio Call 264.9879 For Sale: WHIRLPOOL 3 cycle 2
military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I $3900
I NAS Jacksonville NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity I eves and wknds. speed washer Used 10 months
to which he Is and office This Condition Call
t\ I 2. Free advertising in the "Flee-T MARKET" assigned telephone. Excellent 778.2836
will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housingfor information Is for authentication only and your ad I 15'/Y SILVERLINE' bowrlder w- after 5:00
I should be worded independently of this Information.
personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I Merc. 65, Gator tilt traitor, full rN.NNN
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to
and from work S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In I canvas, twin fuel tanks, CG
; announcements of educational 1963 PONTIAC BONNE 4dHT,
I edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads
offered following equlpt. EVERYTHING LIKE
f courses by nonprofit organizations or after' I AT, AC, Radio Good Rubber,
arriving that date will be placed In the
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be,accepted NEW phone 264.5949 $2200
only If the words "PCS" (for military), or following week's edition. Ads will be run only one I New Brakes, Battery and Muffler
I
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the time, unless resubmitted as prescribed above. I Tail Pipe $300 282-5792 Any Time.
1969 MERCURY MONTEGO MX
G' I Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied 6. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I AT, Radio, Htr 302 V8 ,good on
I by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR 1972 PONTIAC LE MANS (GTO
t I $700 or bey offer. Phone 264-
gas.
I NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide Option) 350 AT, AC, PS, New
t 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I 4821 after 4P.M
Sundance
Steel Radials Orange
t I "Fle -T MARKET" ad form which will be printed
I in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No I Five CRAGAR MAGS 13x5V2 Black Vinyl Top. Ex. Cond.

I will' be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I $140.00 Panasonic AM-FM Throughout 264.8834 $3500

I. 4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T accepted. I Receiver 40.00 Console B&W

I MARKET" Editor, c-0 JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1., $. Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a I T.V. $50.00 H-O Guage. Train Set For Sale: Large "DUOTHERM"Heater

I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above I $40.00 "OLDS" TROMBONE w. Excellent Make Offer
E t I OR requirements, will be reiected. The publisher Guitar $8 Call, 771.3211 Ext. 8134
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor, c-o LATWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I case $40.00 264-0317 Mon. thru FrI. 9 to 2 Ask for
I 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These forms

1--ttata-is_-tts---.----- .-. ---- --------.I Sale: GAS HEATER $10 ELECT "Agnes" .
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HEATER $5 16.FT BOAT &
TRAVEL TRAILER TIRE AND 73 FORD RANGER PICKUP AT, SIZE 12 WHITE FORMAL
Sale 1973 KAWASAKI 900cc 21 TRAILER (Needs Work) $150.00
1 WHEEL 700X15 ply mounted on PS, PB, Air Cond, AM-FM Gorillia. Low GOWN New $20.00 Call after 4:30
miles Excellent 772-2184 or 781-3774
4 hole trailer wheel. Never used, Stereo, 360 V8, Topper call 786- Condition weekdays anytime Sat & Sun 771-
82 HP, 4 cycle 4
carried a $50.00 772.2591 2567 after 5 or C.F. Ext 8424 .
as
spare. pm .1 1653ft '.'
'I' cylinders Extras Phone 772.8014 Sale: SUPER-8 :CAMERA & ; :: ,, .
:. before 5. '. ..., ...--....- IIJ! .
..... 10-Volunrie "
.t- PROJECTOR $40 EA. ::" ,
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1 1968 CHEV. 9' Pass. Wgn. V-8, For Sale: *' 1969. DODGE E
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FURNITURE Six Months Old, 4.6 Set Science Books $10 LUDWIG '
Auto, Trans, AC, PS, Air Lift 1972 EL CAMINO AT, PB, PS, "SWINGER",$725.00 340'cu.ln.4
Mattress
4.6 Box Spring, 4-6 SNARE DRUM w-case & stand
Rear. Best Offer over $600 Call 20,000 Miles 2,400.00 Ext 121 or 122 Chairback Headboard BI. AT, PS, PB, 4-Chrome Rims &
Double $70172.2184181.3774
I 786.1332 After.5PM After 6:00: PM 77V6452 Dresser mirror & frame for Tachometer 786.7291

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} 2 TYPEWRITERS, Surfboard, For Sale: 1973V2 HONDA 750 'K3. $175 Tel 772-78........... For Sale: Room-Size Carpets,

Womens Golf Clubs w-extra: 3200 Miles and In Excellent 1972 KAWASAKI 350 C.C., 3 Studio Couch Sleeps Two,' Oak For Sale: Sears ADDING ,

woods, Black Lite 384-7274 Condition. Want Smaller Bike. cylinder, 45 horsepower, Dining Table, Toys for Boys Good MACHINE Model 780 One year

Asking 1500.00 Call Ext 588 or 771- ellent condition, ex- Condition Phone 264-7046 old, like new Cost $69.95 new.
.. owner overage
1971 SL 350 HONDA, Two 35 $550.00 Phone 772.9996 Will sell for $35.00 771.4039
Old Wardrobe $20 Porch
Swing LOWREY HOLIDAY DELUXE
l Helmets and Luggage Rack,
t Good Condition $550 Phone 781- $15 Oak Chest or Drawers $20 TRAVEL TRAILER Excellent ORGAN, Built-in Automatic For Sale 3 bedrooms 2 baths

7943 Early Am. Platform Rocker $10 Condition Sleeps Six, Three Rhythm, Cassatte Player, house, garage, carpet, BIRO,

1( .......... 384-6692 Burner Stove with oven, Gas Recorder, Complete Organ CH&A. Corner Lot Separate

t BOAT 14 FG SEA FURY w-33 HPz Refrig. Lots of Storage $850 772- Course with Lesson Tapes, dining room. Call 771-9139
Wanted to Buy: TRAILER for 12' Perfect 'Condition 264-8930 ..-.-...
EVINRUDE and tilt trailer. Two 3072
'. Boat Phone 743-3953 After 4:30
Gas Tanks A-1 Condition. New

; Marine Battery Call 771. 129 PM ..... AR-7 SPEAKERS Brand New 4" FURN. SALE Yellowishgreenvelvet ELEC. RANGEWESTINGHOUSE
available $50 each 772-9797 2 piece sect sofa $100 or 40" Good

Large Old Oak Framed Mirror 68 FORD TORINO GT AT, 2 Dr. best offer; Mahogany Coffee and Cond. $50.00 743.3092

:, $15 Early Am. Sofa 85 Old Oak HT Bucket Seats, $675.00 Phone 3 BEDROOM HOUSE Large Den,. ,end tables, mis., offers. 264-6102
757-0742 after 6:00: weekdays and ..
...
Rocker $9 Oak Wash Stand $30 Extra Lot & attached rental .

t 384.6692 any time weekends. Income apartment for $28,500. FIREWOOD free for the haulingPine Sears CHAIN SAW 17 Inch blade.

Call Lcdr. Stover_ 772.3584 or 389- Call 268-5679 Used very little. Excel; Condition

NOW IS THE TIME TO EARN 6977. $100.00 Ph 778-3422
1958 MGA SPORTS CLASSIC

Beautiful 12x12 HiLo" Herculon Restored Perfect Eng. New 21,000 BTU 'G.E. AIR CONDITIONER .
carpet, with 1 foam matt
Paint, Upholstery, Top, Tires & excellent condition.
( (green) used 3 mos., excellent Batt Like
New
$1,300 Firm CDR New condenser and compressor
buy at $85 Plastic runner
goes Cornett
772.2921 2822
with $175.00 Call 771-2737after5:30: PM.r
Effective Annual Return When Held to Maturity carpet. 786.5371

TCJTLE INSURED FIRST MORTGAON .CAMPING TRAILER (Small)

JESTATE FRIENDLY, RELAXED with complete kitchen and
I REAL
Ij QUIET ATMOSPHERE storage area. Perfect with Pickup -

{ M TWO YEAR MATURITY liiiit'i'iiiiHimiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiHiHii; Camper or Van with Beds 396-

MINIMUM INVESTMENT $2.000 IDEALLY LOCATED FOR 9865

'j SUBJECT TO AVAliABarrY CECIL FIELD, N.A.S. ....-..- .r ,,

FLORIDA RESIDENTS ONLY CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,
J CHURCHES AND TWO BOTTLED GAS TANKS 20
'I -------stelae.---s---t--- SHOPPINGAREASTake Ibs.with regulator Both for $35.0Q
; Send Coupon for Information Ph 778-3422
." l'M:!: JIll!!JUZII!: : '1m
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EVERS & ASSOCIATES 103rd to FirestoneRd. -

J ., Turn South Great for gifts: AM Radio
2 Blocks
1929 PARK AVE, BOX 757 ORANGE PARK, FLA.32073 Recorder
portable
Past Forrest High School. $25 Amateur
TELEPHONE 264-4400 microscope with 5 dozen slides

and scales $25 384-2823
t NAME tOLONIALtOREST


J Ft :. ADDRESS -.:; WINCHESTER Model ?4 30-30
Lever action, shot 40 times,

t t CITYIi' r APARTMENTS excellent condition, $65.00 Call

5928 FIRESTONE ROAD 387.1560 or Ext. 3800 at NARF

I '. ZIP TELEPHONE 7716666 j JAX I AN JON= SEEN A

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WORTH OF FREE CARPET !. IN ANY OUR LEE WAR CARPET OUSE ;


(Up to 20 sq. yds. of LEES top quality) Plus installation over our luxurious Rubber Cushion
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our Store Sunday, Sept. 30, 1 to 5 PM ,

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNER OF AT OUR NEXT DRAWING

360 INADDITIONTOTHECARPETWE ARE GIVING AWAY ,
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Worth of f LEES Carpet- t Compliments.ELECTRIC of CARPET GRILL PATCH &

(AT THE DRAWING LAST SATURDAY) k, B and B OUTDOOR LIVING
AN OUTDOOR COOKING UTENSIL SET
Miss Pat t Gonzales I B and! B OUTDOOR LIVING

328 STILES AVENUE, ORANGE PARK Also 12 oneYEARSUBSCRIPTIONS +

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k CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT br'

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Division ofBurlington
, FURTHER OBLIGATION A
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Way down deep SUPER SPECIAL THESE GREAT SAVINGS_ t
To Introduce what wt(eel is the test
every woman Medium-priced shag wt have been able to locate anywhere FROM LEES .t
100% Heat Set Continous Filament

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\ PAGE 18 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER ._ SEPTEMBER .
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E 'Freedom ':./( : "
letters" IT4
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;,. .
I contest underway b

tl' Parallel awards for letters written dence. -

on the subject, Human Entries may be sent in any time
.i.', Goals-Value for Living, will be before Nov. 1, to Freedoms Foun-
: offered this year to members of dation, Valley Force, Pa. 19481.
the armed forces and to reserve Officials said it may not be possi-
forces including National Guard ble to acknowledge each entry
and Reserve Officers Training and only those persons des.

Corps.An ignatedfor award by the National
entry in the Annual Free Awards Jury will be individually ",
doms Foundation Contest may notified of the results. Such
One of the greatest contribu-
also be in essay or poetry form. notification will be a formal writ.
Entires should be no less than 100 ten announcement from Free tions made by American Nisei or
,I than 500 words in Japanese-Americans during
nor more doms Foundation; Valley Forgeon
World War II their work with
length. If letter style is used the Washington's Birthday. was
the Allied Translation and Intel
addresses may be any person or Awards will include S1,000 and
ligence Service, which came to
organization, real or imaginary. the Defender Freedom Awards, '
Please type NAME, RANK, SE- additional awards $100, $50, have over a thousand Nisei working I
RIAL NUMBER, BRANCH OF for it and which translated be
George Washington Honor Medal + a
SERVICE and COMPLETEUNIT and Honor Certificate awards. tween two and hree million pages
tween two and three million
ADDRESS well pages
as as com- Civilian employees at military
plete HOME STATE were in demand not only by our
permanent installations and wives or chil
ADDRESS and ZIP CODE. dren of service personnel are not own forces but by the British,
In offering this year's subject, eligible for consideration in the Australians and our other allies "
the foundation hopes to stimulate in the Pacific. ,
Valley Forge Patriots Awards, although .1
\ the thoughts of servicemen and their participation in Typical of the work of ATIS was
women on the subject of freedomas other categories of the Freedoms the fact that Japan's whole plan
we know it in the United States for the land defense of the Philip
Foundation Awards Program
COMING TO HANCOCK HALL Singing Star Brian Hyland will be
and to call attention to the obliga- pines was learned from captured
such as editorials, cartoons, essays at Hancock Hall Saturday, Sept.29. Coming up with hit after hit for ten
tions which all citizens and documents before our troops ever
par- public addresses or sermons years, he's recorded all types of material, from "bubble gum" to foot .
ticularly those serving in the set on Leyte.It
relating to the fundamental freedoms protest, rock and roll to country-folk ballads. Shows will begin at 9p.m.
became
armed forces, have in maintaining of so routine for Nisei
our American Way of
.and 1 a.m. Tickets are$3.00 per person. J .
this translators work so quickly that
and protecting freedom. Lite. Military personnel are also
Letters should relate to the encouraged to submit entries in our artillery was dropping shellson
American Credo, the Constitu- these other categories in additionto enemy command posts and
tion or Declaration of Indepen letters emplacements within twenty
..........................................................'.'.'.'." .'.'.'.'...'.'...'...''..............,...............,.event.......................................................... minutes of the receipt of a docu-
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ir. ;; ; ;;; I ment From revealing one sheet their of carbon position.paper ,;k:

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Consolidate Your Bills To $2,000.00TERMS used three times, translators :

were able to obtain the course of a
: : TO SUIT YOU AT BANK RATES I movement of warships, the

.... .... i strength of a Japanese regiment,
SOUTHERN / and the current issue and dosageof
I malaria preventive.
0 1t
) Fourteen Nisei were with

!I INDUSTRIAL BANK II t a! WJ World Merrill's War Marauders II. They would in Burma crawl in

close'enough' Y lines {
tt i :The Little Bank with a Big Heart" V\ :)j ji J t IB' the', fighting'to o enemy' hear the commands during ,"
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of officers'relaying the information :
i i iN
Member F.D.I.C.I Y '.
Ni l back to our lines.They
1 i tapped wires behind enemy linesto
:i=: Our Installment Loan Dept. Is Open Until P.M. : listen in on conversations. ..
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F :i: 11 NORTH LAURA STREET PHONE 355-0622 ::: Operating with the OSS they
"DRAGON" CHIEF RETIRES--ATC John Sprague is piped over jumped by parachute deep into
1 ; the side at VP-56 as he ends a 20-year Navy career. Chief Sprague Kachin territory, miles behind
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MIDDLEBURG PHONE 282.4478 ;: y,:'t fr frIf ;

I 4'rTthThv' you are planning to build a new home on a wooded: or vacant lot,or purchase a mobile home, i- ': '
; Call A-TROUT ENTERPRISES INC. 2824478. '

ONE CALL DOES IT ALL '

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GUARANTEED LABOR LAND CLEARING MOWING FILL DIRT ELECTRICAL HOOKUPS 8 ,.:,

LIMEROCK WATER SYSTEMS SEPTIC TANKS CONCRETE PATIOS 8 :: .,' ,

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PLASTIC PIPE AND FITTINGS GALVANIZED PIPE AND FITTINGS
t ; nage i nice A! .
Motor Mp'unU M WATER PUMPS AND PARTS

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(( Jax Another bastion of over Georgia Tech. It PIC-EM Contest went

NAME male dominance fell to the seems that Georgia Tech unmentioned. This year
whim of a woman last was the favorite of,most of only ONE ballot will be

RANK OR TITLE _,_.___._AGE,_ PHONE week when Mrs. Dottie the balloters. w accepted per person, so
Adams won the' first Last week a very important keep this in mind when
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DUTY STATION SERVICE NUMBER U-PIC-EM contest of aspect f/the U- picking this week's games. I

., (This wfek's games) the 1973-74 football season .a ',' "''-A':J'' ," I

MICHIGAN STANFORD Mrs. Adams, a civilian -4 a .. I!
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employee in the Planning I
DUKE WASH I N GTON P I -
Division of Supply, won v : !

FLORIDA STATE_._ KANSAS _ last week's contest with a ,1.
perfect ballot. She beat out ;
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ARMY TENNESSEE nine other contestants with

HOUSTON ___ __ SOUTH ,CAROLINA_ perfect ballots when she ; -
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was only three points off
PENN STATE _____ NAVY on the score of the LSUvs.
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TEXAS MIAMI Colorado game. 4

OKLAHOMA STATE ARKANSAS Mrs. Adams said that
she had been interested in
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BROWNS STEELERS __ football since her high i ,

DOLPHINS RAIDERS school days and she
commented that her MfH4-

husband Clyde, who worksat "NO SWEAT COLONEL-I'LL CONCEDE THAT PUTT!:" I

TIEBREAKER: Predict the final score on the game between Penn Cecil Field, was "the
State and Navy.Indicatewinnersin other games by a check mark. football widow in our

BALLOT BOXES for NAS and Cecil Field are located at the house."
Navy Exchanges near the Lay-Away counters or ballots can be Other who had perfect zffi.ttWtt$ %; 't \\

brought to the respective newspaper offices. Ballots must be in ballots last week were: .'.,...,.,,<:,,::: ::t : .
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by 1 p.m.every Friday or they won't be picked and no ballots .. :.:"$:::"':''''''''''' ..'O %%
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MEETINGJax buffet and Cecil Field and Chuck '$ f
a competitive Figl \t1@
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The Recreation Council Lake. There will also be scuba "
(Officer)' ,of the Composite displays, artifacts and shell Only one game seemedto R4& :, \
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VARSITY BASKETBALL i411PHONE
TRYOUTSJax *

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at 7 p.m.in King Hall (Bldg.563). QUAKER
All personnel interested and Now YOU can install you own ground ." uND &
eligible to compete are asked to
report ready to play to Coach MARK SPITZ SPARTAN

Tuggey. SWIMMING POOL.

HANDBALL MEETINGSJax
SAVE MONEY...
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(your labor our tech)
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I Coast Guard sets new regulations for Personal Flotation Devices" ''i

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.TALLAHASSEE -- Goodson water "After October first", ,:
explained that water sports, or on lakes, wilderness or rough ..
"PFD" may sound like a the required devices are impoundments, or close in- enthusiasts adapt the TypeI concluded Goodson, "our
bronx cheer, but it can be a designed to be worn and shore operation. They or II devices. Wildlife Officers will be
real life-saver..and after would include life differ from the previous paying particular attention -

\ October first, it will, at the preservers, buoyancyvests types in that they will not Goodson pointed out whether a boat's
least, be a money saver. or one of the vest- support an unconscious that the new requirementsdo safety equipment meets
For on that date the new type flotation devices suchas person in an upright not mean a boater has these new standards. If
Coast Guard regulationsfor used by water skiers. position. They will, to automatically discard there is any doubt in a
PFD's (Personal The "throwable" device is however, support a con- his present gear and buy skipper's mind he should
Flotation Devices ) intended to be availablefor scious person in an upright new ones. He said that contact one of our offices,
becomes effective. This is throwing to a person in position. They will, while the new markingsmay the Marine Patrol, Coast
of particular concern to the water and would be the however, support a con- not be on existing Guard or Coast Guard
Florida boatsmen who owna traditional buoyant. scious person in a verticalor devices, they may be Auxiliary for additional
boat sixteen feet long or cushion or ring buoy. slightly backwards perfectly acceptable. information or guidance.
larger. position. -
Under the new
regulations the flotation
Colonel Brantley devices are designed to Boats under sixteen feet,
Goodson, chief en- meet specific needs and and all canoes and kayaks, ,
forcement officer'' of the boaters should pay par- are not bound by the new '
Florida Game and Fresh ticular attention to the regulation and may w
Water Fish Commission, common use of their boatin continue to use the
i said that any boat sixteen selecting new flotation traditional buoyant
feet, or over, must have a gear. For example; Type I cushions' (Type IV FD) or
wearable flotation device devices switch to the wearable
are designed so
(Type I, II, or III) for each that an unconscious person style. It is suggested that .
person aboard as well as at would be automaticallylifted
least one "throwable"Type from a face down-

( IV) device on each ward position to a verticalor BilLE1' P OOF"...

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cruising, but are acceptable I
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Then when in too deep they realize it's not the group,but the individual who must
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Marine Barracks behind '.. r.T.1\riJ( '1. .' ,. :.. .", !
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VP-5
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MATSG by half ', ..f}..y." ,

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Jax The Marine Barracks Also scoring six pointers for the : Nar Jax debutJax
team of the NAS Jax National Marines
were Lewis Jones and The Mad Foxes came
Football League moved from
Gary Stiggers
while Wilbert .. ,. "" back from their loss to VP-49 ,
third place to a half game out of Bryant, Reubin .
Timmons '
first last week with two wins John Tullous and earlier in the week with a 14-6 win \,
took
care of the two- i
NarJax No. 2 that spoiled
while MATSG retained its No. 1 pointers. over \
spot by winning their only gameof Jack Summers and James NarJax's first effort of the I.

the week. Goldin did their best season. ,:
to upset the Richard Herrington and Pat
Wilbert Bryant, Harrison Marine
Barracks when Summers :1
:
O'Connell scored the touchdowns
and John
Austin Toullous each scored three '
touchdowns and for VP-5 while their other two ,
touchdown
scored a and Gary Godwin
scored two.
points came on a safety credited 't'
Stiggers scored a two-pointer to .
MATSG stayed a step ahead of to Vic Slider. ..
give the Marine Barracks a 20-6 the Marine .
Barracks when ,
they ..Larry Place scored NarJax'sonly t
win over NarJax in their first also won a
come-from-behind
points with a touchdown in
effort of last week. Ken Tharpwas victory. Their victory came over HEADING FOR PAY DIRT Harrison Austin is all alone as he the second half.Middies. "
the only one to score for VP-16 by a score of 127. neads for the flag (far left) and one of his three touchdowns In the f.: .-W: : rrr.v;:; rrrrrrrn?r W z.
NarJax. Bruce Duvall scored a touch- Marine Barracks 36-30 come-from-behind victory over VP-56 last
In their second effort the down and kicked the point after to week. I

Marine Barracks overcame a give VP-16 a 7-0) half-time '''lead ';';':':';.;.:':':':':':':' ;':'; ":-:-:':':':. :'i:.:':.:.: .::;.:.:::.: ::.:.:..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:;::.:.:.:.:.:-:.:.;.;,:.;.:.;.:.:.; vs. "
valiant effort by VP-56 to pull off over MATSG. The lead quickly
an upset. VP-56 led the Marine disappeared in the second half, Ga. TechNovember
Barracks 18-6 at halftime and led however, when Jackie Hunt and Intramural Football StandingsAMERICAN
24.22 in the second half before the Allen Greer scored touchdownsand 17
Marines came charging back to brought MATSG back to
win by a 36-30 score. victory. in the : wr
LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
Harrison Austin made his
touchdown total for the week four GEM edgesMARTD W L W L Gator Bowl ,'
VP-49 6 0 MATSG 5 1

when team's he come-from-behind scored three in win.his VW-4 4 1 MARINE BKS 5 2 ,,".':..:"..;O'.:..:'..:'.."".'..:'..':.':''..'.."oo v;.:.o;;.":6.'.' .. *.,.
86Jax NDRC .3 2 NARJAX No. 1 3 2
VP-5 2 1 VP-16 3 2 .
Dental Vern Matteson was FICEUR 2 2 DENTAL ; 3 3 ALL DAY I
romps credited with a safety that provedto
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be the points that gave his SATURDAYBANKING 'J
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GEM team an 8-6 win
over
over VP56Jax NARJAX No.2 0 1 MARTD 0 6
MARTD in the National Leaguelast

Dental evened up their MARTD week. led 6-0() at the half on FREE 1:
National Football League recordto Dennis Mount's touchdown but VP-49's record CHECKING ;':.
three wins and three losses they fell to defeat for the sixth '
with a 36- 6 win over VP-56 last straight time when Jeff (NO MIN. BALANCE) .,;..:,
week. Hergenroether scored six pointsfor remains perfectJax
Jack Henslick scored two GEM and Matteson added the Postage Paid )t4\I
touchdowns for the winners while margin of victory.

Loren Bryant, Mike Gibson and MARTD wasn't quite as luckyin -. VP-49 extended their Foxes.In Bank-By-Mail j

Ken Watts scored one apiece.The their other game of the week streak to six games without a loss the meantime, VW-4 stayed ,,
two-pointers were taken careof by when a safety proved to be their with a win over VP-5 and VW-4 right on their tail with a 14-0 win
Larry Bullock with two and Tom and fell moved into the second place I
only score they by a 20-2 spot over NDRC. It was VW-4's fourth "
Waugh with one. score to VP56. when they handed NDRC their win of the season against one loss 913 't1
" ,Jack Summers scored VP-56's James Godwin scored two second loss of the season in action and NDRC's second loss against
,touchdowns.Terry Brown addeda touchdowns and a twopointerand that occurred inJhe NAS Jax three wins. ." if
two-pointer and a safety for the Ray John scored a touch- American Football League last EdgewoodBank 1
rest VP-56's points. down for the winners, week. Alan Parker was a one-man

F. ..:.y.-: :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:&.:.:.:. The Woodpeckers kept their' hurricane as with he scored two touchdownsand all of VW- "
undefeated record and first place 4's points
SPORTS EDI1'ORIALBY spot in the American League a two-pointer, all of which Mcmlxjf f 0 I C
when Ron Price scored a touch- came in the second half after Open Mon.-Sat.8 am 6 pm
J03 JOHN DOOSE down in each half and gave his NDRC had held them to a Edgewood Ave.at Interstate 10
team a 12-0 win over the Mad scoreless draw in the first half. Ph.388-5541 ,\

Judgement is something that cannot be taught, it is something that
must be learned through experience.This ...
is something that should be taken into consideration by the
players and coaches of the NAS Jax Intramural Football leagues (as :
well as all other intramural competitors, for that matter) when the tEE

subject of officiating comes up.
It seems that some have been quite critical of the officiating that r lti'
takes place in the intramural football leagues here at NAS Jax. 'Tire Sale!
Are they forgetting that the men who officiate in the intramurals are
volunteers who are taking time out from their regular duties?Are they
forgetting that these men are not professionals and don't have near the ,

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I..1 :: CECIL By Tom E9RTs : r a ODD



\ Football 174 its second loss of the week will compete in the all-Navy
: NAMTD 14 VA-174 6 with apparent ease to post their finals to be held at Little Creek, I .r....-
First the Miami Dolphins and third win and remain un- Va. All Naval, Marine Corps and 3 j---' "
then VA-174. The longest winning defeated. It may have been a Coast Guard on active duty are
streak in intramural football was very costly win for the Bulls as eligible to participate. Acts are
broken last Monday when they lost their starting quar- limited to five minutes each.
,. NAMTD beat VA-174 by a score of terback Robie Robertson with a Further information may be
( 146. In 1970 the Hellrazors went leg injury.This loss was too much obtained by calling ext. 498.
1 f i 16-0, 1971 17-0, and in 1972 they for Don Jackson, who resigned as Entry blanks are available at the
i ,]1']'': finished with a 14-0 record, giving an official and came out of station
I them a total of 47 straight vic-: retirement. gym.BOWLING
I tories.VA1051 Golf Co-National League Standings:
Marines 0 VA-83 moved into undisputedfirst
Both teams played a great place last week with a AIMDNo.l 7121
defensive game with VA-105 decisive victory over Supply. Marines 5933
i winning out on penetration in Larry Austin of CLAW-1 fired a CPO's 58& .33
'I overtime. one over par 73 to keep his teamin Admin 53%-38'/i
\, | NAMTD 8 VA-81 6 contention. BOQ 5141
|I Upset minded VA-81 almost Standings: CLAW-1 4943 The Blackbirds,are once again on the prowl as they captured the
1 pulled it out with a TD and less VA-83 10 Dental 4943 Thursday Night Bowling League for the Summer Season. The bowlers
,
'i than a minute left on the clock. Supply 7 NWSED 4844 from left to right are, Jake Jacobs, George Hayes (bottom), Ray
'I;i The extra point attempt failed AMD No.1 7 Comm 4745 Miller, AI Llchenberger, Larry Frazier and Ted Ward.
r,\ and NAMTD chalked up their Admin- "-,'. 6 AIMD Staff 4547
( second win of the week. CLAW-1 ,-..' :..,. 5 GEMD 4250
ji.i Medical 20 VA-83 6 NAMTD 5 AIMD No.3 36-56 Navy Resale System marks
;1f The medics got going and t tr VA-45 5 Weapons 28-64
r spoiled VA-83's debut. Medical is VA-37 r \ 5 High Series: with
I a very quick team and will likely VC-2 4VA81 Irv Austin 232569 Birthday giant saleThe
I \ hurt some of the top teams this 2 Ben Bembo 212551
t( \ year. AMD No.2 2VA105 Jim Tyler 189551 Navy Resale System will Exchange service departmentswill
"\i':,f VA-55 22 VA-81 *rJ*.,,,"- ,);,,: 2 Max Bashlor 190545 mark the Navy's 198th birthdaywith be offering special values or
: worldwide sale in the birthday
VA-45 seems to have Ops '. 0 Bob Samu 196535 a special price discounts during -
': everything together this year and Charlie Pierro 210535 Navy Exchanges, CommissaryStores celebration sale. Various
C.! \ should go all the way. This is a 6th ND Talent ContestIf Cliff Ball 189517 and Ship's Stores Afloat. Navy Exchanges will further add
tie well organized group, both of- you are a clown, or you can Dave Bowersox 131508 The sale will begin on the to the festivities by holding
,( fensively and defensively. In sing, play the kazoo or run a Rick Miller 139507 Navy's birthday, Saturday October special events, such as contests,
posting their third win of the footrace backwards, then your Bob Locke 173501 13,and will continue for one during the week-long Navy bIrth-
,, season the Blackbirds have big chance is here. NRTC Frank Nagel 133500 week through October 20th. All day celebration.
racked up a total of 64 points Orlando has been designed host Namtd Humbles VA-174 Football authorized patrons of Navy
t. i'\ while holding their opponents to a for this years talent contest to be Machine in Drive for Station Title Resale Activities will be per-
\" stingy 6 points. held on the 17, 18, and 19 of Oc mitted to buy a wide selection of
Paced by the slick passing of
t, VA-3718 VA-174 8 tober. merchandise at specially
.s The Bulls of VA-37 handed VA- Winners of this years contest RAY BATHURST and out- reduced prices. Savings will
standing defensive play led by
i range from 15 to 40 percent below
SAL MOLLE, the NAMTD
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regular prices.Additionally .
i.r TEACHERS crushed a favored
174 grid team 14 to 6. ,a number of Navy p
The aging instructors stung by '>: :&: &&:*XKS: ::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;, 8

1) an early HELLRAZOR touch-
Webber
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), down roared back with vengence.. I
A pass from BATHHURST to
t; "YOUR TIRE EXPERT" JIM BOYD tied the game and a *: ; 1"
I; few seconds later another .. }
;: Gives You.FREE completion to BRUCE HOWARDfor ... 1'1 :.... y .,'
,1 the extra point gave NAMTDan : ; V ::
FRONT END ALIGNMENT 8 to 6 lead. ..
The rest of the was a
game
With Purchase of Any fierce defensive battle with both |; Safely belts,when |1

..w 4 of- these Tires .1/ several quarterbacks times.being Late in intercepted the last |: you think about I |::

quarter a desperation toss by 174 | its a nice way to"say|f;,
CONCORDE was knocked into the air where it ..
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way to 20 straight winsJax BOWLING INTRAMURAL STANDINGS Intramural Pistol /'J

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-The SoJex 5 team, with the aid of a 210 from Ron Smith and Standings J
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203 from Tom George, rolled their way to a sweep of the Hangovers in
the. National Bowling League last week. AMERICAN CONTINENTAL LEAGUE '
LEAGUEW AMERICAN LEAGUE ',
The sweep was the fifth consecutive for the Solex 5 team and it L .W L
them a 20-0 record as they went into this week's action gave LATE CHARGERS 12 4 GEMS 14 6 W" L 01

The FICEUR 5 team did the only thing they could do to LEFTOVERS 12 4 THUNDERBOLTS 12 8 '. '
stay close to VW-4 2 0 :
Solex 5 and that was to win four from the Mad Foxes No. 1 team GOOD AND BAD 11 5 LEPRECHAUNS 12 8 FICEUR .. l' '0
The Rebels knocked the Rat Pack out of their second BUSCH LEAGUERS 9 3 GAFFERS 11 9
place spot and HOSPITAL ,1 0
caused them to lose a lot of ground to Solex 5 when HURRICANES 6 10 HUSTLERS 10 10 1
they took three. GEMS 1 i
The Dragons No. 1 team was without a win until last week when they CROSSED BANANAS 6" 10ROSE'S ROOKIES 10 10 NDRC I :' ,1'' I, "
swept all four from the Chiefs.Jay Mozes RAIDERS 5 7 PIN BUSTERS 10 10WOMEN'S .
played an important part in VP-49 ",+0 1
WOODPECKERS
the with his 212 3 9 LIB 9 11
sweep game. MATSG -, 10 1
Al Marsh rolled a 212 and Rich Hunter rolled three 180 games to lead SUPERSTARS 0 12 POP TOPS 6 14 AID ..w "';.,.,' .0 2 I"1

the Marine Barracks to two wins over the Lifers in other National ATLANTIC LEAGUEW CHAMECIIS 6 14 ..;' : 'r.', j .;'i'I:!!

League action. L NATIONAL LEAGUE NATIONAL.LEAGUE
,AMERICAN LEAGUEThe NARJAX 14 6 .
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Leftovers moved from third to DIRTY%DOZEN 13 7 W L rl'W
tie
a for first with the Late SOLEX5 20 0 L
Chargers in the American League last week when they swept four BUSCH BUDS 11 9 FICEUR5 -14 6 VP-5 2 0

from the Crossed Bananas and the Late Chargers dropped two to Good SIX PACK 11 9 RAT PACK 13 7 WEAPONS I' 0 .
AFEES 11 .'
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and Bad. "
LIFERS SUPPLY : 1" 0'
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Good and Bad's two losses to the MO FOS 10 10 "
Leftovers left them only one game REBELS 10 6 MARTD .S. .1 0
RESIDUE 8 .
behind the two leaders. 8 .
HANGOVERS VP-16 1 1 ,iCPwu
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FASO
The Busch Leaguers used the 239 game rolled by Carl Garner and BEAN BURNERS 7 6 9 MARINE BKS ,' 5, 15 ;., 0 1 .-

the 210 game rolled by Bob Lentz to propel them to a sweep over the LOAFERS 5 10 CHIEFS : 5 15 NARJAX S S. O. 1VP56 ;:
Hurricanes while Walt Hiskett's 214 led the way to four wins for Rose's 15 DRAGONS No.1 4 8 0 1 1'
Raiders when they met the oodpeckers. PACIFIC LEAGUEW MAD FOXES 3 13 GROUND POUNDERS 0 2 ,' '

CONTINENTAL L
LEAGUEThe
GEMS Lost three games to the Hustlers last week in the Con- HOLY ROLLERS 20V4 3% ::

tinental League but still managed to stay on top of the standings when SPLITMAKERS MAD FOXES 18 2 Beetle Bailey By Mort Watker :. .
No.2
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the Gaffers lost three to the Pop Tops and the Thunderbolts lost two BUDMEN ..1
to the Rookies. 11 5

The Thunderbolts two losses came as a direct result of Bill Shirley's NADS WALLBANGERS 8 12 BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR. 1
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223 and 205 games and Bob Surface's 215 game for the Rookies. HELP THE GOOD
The Leprechauns took advantage of all these losses by winning three'games TRIPPERS RATS 6 14GUTTER NEk WOR. '1
5% 14 Vi
from the Pin Busters and moving into a tie for second. Bill JITTERBUGS t
Dunne rolled a 200 for the Leprechauns.The 5 15 .5 542
DRAGONS No.2 0 8
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only other Continental League match witnessed the Women'sLib -:.t
team taking three from the CHAMECHS with the help of a 173
game from Judy Henninger. 1

ATLANTIC LEAGUE

NarJax moved into a slim lead in the Atlantic League last week

when they took three from the Bean Burners while the Dirty ft Dozen ;

were third.losing two to the Busch Buds, who moved into a three way tie for 11


Six Pack became one of the three teams involved in the tie for third :
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when they took four from Residue.Clint Poulin rolled a 210 and George tul .
Humbert missed becoming a triplicate club member by one pin when "... .

he followed two 182 games with a 183. The Loafers concluded the .'J

Atlantic, League action with three wins over FASO. .
"- PACIFIC LEAGUEThe .;. OM. t .

Holy Rollers moved on top of the Pacific League standings last ." 1t ,r,j.... :;i < 1"

week when they won four from the Trippers, even though the Trippershad .. ,
the only 200 game in Bill Greiger's 201. "
Another team that failed to profit by a 200 game was the Dragon'sNo. ,;.
2 team. Ed Nyseth rolled a 212 but the Splitmakers took four from

the Dragons and stayed close behind the Holy Rollers.
The Mad Foxes No. 2 team and the Budmen were the only other two

teams above the .500 mark in the Pacific League last week..The Mad .

Foxes stayed above high water with three wins over the WallBangers, ..
who salvaged one win with Leonard Ruble's 220 game. The Budmen .' "
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stayed above .500 by winning four from the Jitterbugs. .,
Other Pacific League action saw the NADS take three from the :.*
Gutter Rats even though the Gutter Rats had a 241 game from Bill ;\
Greenwalt and a 209 from Bob Tillman. Bob Harris rolled a 206 for the ::10
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f SPORTS NEWS JJ Golf L___ By Chuck Harlow

Jax-The summer season Third Flight Winner Marion
: ANNAPOLIS, Md. Navy's meeting with VMI last ,Standings closed with the playing of the Argo, runner-up Judy Timby,
week was the sixth between the two schools, but their Junior-Senior Tournament on fewest putts ->Marge Davis.
9. The winning pair The nine-hole was won
September group
first since 1963. The Mids have
won all previous games,
was Norm Secia and Charlie by Sandy Melton with runner-up
including a 21.12 triumph in 1963. The first game in the AMERICAN Amato with a gross 80 and net 62. Merilee Brackley
series was in 1898ANNAPOLIS LEAGUE Runners-up were none other than A reminder the 33rd An-
Joe McDonald and Robert niversary of the NAS JAX In-
Md. Navy Coach George Welsh has -w. L 0 Cherico with a gross 83 and net vitational Golf Tournament will
switched assignments for two of his veteran offensive AIMD 2 1 65. All participants enjoyed the be held October 67. A practice
linemen. Don Montgomery, a 260-pound senior from VP-49 VP.56 2 4 day which ended with a cookout. round will be held Friday. The
1W' The NAS Ladies Golf tournament is 36-hole medal
Baltimore Md. has been shifted to tackle from the Ph :
FICEUR11h
Association opened their 1974 play. Cost is $24 and entries close
guard position he played during spring drills. Max Legg NARJAX 1 1
season with a Throw Out Tour- September 29.Your fee covers all
a 6-4, 266-pound senior from Bowie, Md., will move to VVV-4 -1. 2 1 nament last week with the green fees and cocktails and
guard. Both Montgomery and Legg were regulars on the AIR AFEES OPS 0 2 following results: buffet when finished. Winners
offensive line last year. 0 First Flight Winner Penny will be four low scores tor each
Bennett, runner-up Harriet flight, 16 golfers per flight and a
ANNAPOLIS, Md. FOOTBALL NEWS calls Navy NATIONAL Potter, fewest putts Dottie maximum of 12$, entrants. No
running back Cleveland Cooper "underrated." The t' LEAGUE Berker. handicaps will be used during
Second Flight Winner Gay tournament play., This tournament -
Rochester N.Y. last set Middie records with L
junior year \V Helen
Cotton
runner-up is by INVITATION only,
1,046 yards in 192 carries. FOOTBALL NEWS also listed VP-5 2 0 .
Harrison,fewest putts-tie, Betty so see your friendly reps at the
both Larry Van Loan and Bert Calland as among the top MARTD 1 0 Gustin and Elaine Honaur. Pro Shop. ,
( receivers in the country. SUPPLY1" .0 .
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. Former Navy All-America VP-I6 CPW.ll 1/ 1/2 Without Advertising You Wouldn't Know!

wreastler Lt. Lloyd Keaser, USMC, won a gold medal MARINE BKS 1'A II II5S
September 9 in the finals of the World Freestyle

Wrestling championships. Keaser, who also won
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ANNAPOLIS, Md.-In Navy's 34-14 victory over Penn

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head coach, completed,15 passes in 20 attempts for 285 STEAK Your choice of
yards. It was the best single game total for passing $ 99 CHICKEN &
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Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium is the first LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM DINNER, 4 PM til 8 PM
Annapolis appearance by another academy's football l
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