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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: October 18, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Anonymous Female drug is a four letter word.
Exchange at Christmastime
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blink, and around it went on the Your letter alleges that \ kJ letter words are nasty.

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no one
Justification for this from your' 'local tem
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Mandarin. When we unable to obtain

finally brought it over to satisfactory repair ser- has been used by j

Mandarin far back the .
it took them man as as
vice. Electoohonic allows
three months to get the over-the-counter replace dawn of history. The an-

parts from a Morris ment for new equipment if cient Egyptians were

Elector Corporation at found defective. I cannot distilling some pretty

4343 NE Expressway in understand why the person mean brews back about

Atlanta, Georgia. They'restill has so much trouble with the time they were

trying to fix this this item when the Navy building the great

product, and this is a Exchange would replace pyramids (Probably

product that the Exchangehas factory defective equip- called it Old Pharoah or

sold us. I feet Uiat the .ment with a new item. some other catchy title.)

Exchange should handle a If this unidentified caller

lot better product than a had contacted the Navy Alcohol is a social,agent,

product like this one when Exchange, the matter a medicine and .ev'en as..a

you.only have one could have been handled magic potion it is" well

distributor here in town to easily and expeditiously. documented in the historyof

take care of it. I just feel D.F. SPRINGER k. most civilizations. On

that the Exchange is EXCHANGE OFFICER occasions its use has been
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"The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper own

distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, 1920's and the present laws

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a OCTOBER 22 of India and some Moslem

private f firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS countries. Most such efforts -

must be forwarded to the Public.Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS at t prohibition, have

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication* ..........<*\tt&VMTORRANCE'S. ..,..:. ..........'..'...."...............'...'.....'.'9'o....".. ......'.....-n......,"....... ... .. .. been dismal failures.
News items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118
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"Everything advertised In this publication must be made [ KITCHEN I. Let us accept the fact
available for purchase Use or patronage without regard trace

creed, color national origin or sex of the purchaser, that alcoholic beverageswill

user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection 'of this be available ''for the

-4 :policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in the Jax-Our recipe for this edition caters to the candy fancier. Althoughit foreseeable future. It is up

refusal to print advertising from that source. is a little time-consuming in the preparation', the taste treat is well to each and every one,of us

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries worth the effort. to refrain from the
concerning such should be directed to: Bourbon Balls
INGREDIENTS: 2 Tablespoons bourbon, 2 Boxes confectioners destructive use that this

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1 4747 San Juan Ave.,Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Quart pecans. or someone you know has a
Mix thoroughly Cover with waxed paper and leave In the
problem with
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ICING:' Melt two boxes of semi-sweet chocolate squares. In a help: The Navy will help.

I VOL 31 NO. 31 OCTOBER 18, T973J f separate container melt % cake of paraffin wax. When both are. Just ask. Here at NAS Jax,

thoroughly melted,mix together.Dip each ball of candy into chocolate telephone Ext. 2884 for

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I Meet the new NAS Jax helicopter communityJaxFollowing fJ

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is a profile of HS-5's history was the receipt of formance. of the Seventh Fleet. 11 has rescued downed aviators '
the helicopter squadrons that the first HSS-1N helicopter in Last year, less than two weeks HS-7 is in the process of and transferred sick or injured
arrived. here yesterday: October 1958.Subsequent. prior to an extended EASTLANT receiving the Navy's new H-3H personnel to medical facilities asa
HS-1 "Seahorses"Helicopter testing and deployment, the squadron par model helicopter which will routine part of its respon s
Anti-Submarine evaluation by' HS-5 proved that ticipated' rescue operations in bring a new dimension into ASW. sibilities.

Squadron ONE was com- helicopters were ready for the Elmira, N.Y.area, which had Cdr. David. B. Blair is the The squadron gained nation-
missioned in October 1951 at NAS around-the-clock, all-weather been ravaged by floods In the commanding officer of the"Shamrocks" whide recognition In 1967 when
Key West and became the' first ASW operations. It was due to wake of Hurricane Agnes. one of its aircraft diverted from a
helicopter squadron with an ASW this effort that HS-5 became I1S-7"Shamrocks" I1S-11 "Dragon Slayers" routine cross-country flight and

mission. known as the "Night Dippers." HS-7 is no stranger to the HS-11 is at home at sea. airlifted a young boy suffering
Since then 'HS-1 has been instrumental HS-5 was aboard the USS Lake Jacksonvile area. The squadron Over the past 15 years, the men from gas gangrene from An- ,
in the development of Champlain on May 5, 1961 to deploys with Carrier Air Wing and machines of HS-11 have been napolis, Md. to New York City, ':.
helicopter ASW tactics and it was assist in recovering then Cdr. Three aboard USS Saratoga, deployed aboard five different where he received lifesaving F
through the operations of this Allen B. Shepard, the first U.S.. homeported at Mayport.In aircraft carriers. treatment.Cdr. .
squadron that the helicopter was Astronaut. recent years, HS-7 has Two International crises have Charles L. Fries is the
tactically demonstrated as an In later years, HS-5 would be shown a high degree of called the squadron's talents to squadron's skipper.

effective ASW weapon.As ready to recover Cdr. Wally professionalism and versatility. the fore; the first,inl958,eruptedin
a result of this project, 10 Schirra from his orbital space After receiving the Admiral the Middle East. HS-11, aboard HS-15
other HS squadrons were com- flight and pick up the Gemini II "Jimmy" Thach Award In 1972 USS Wasp, was directed to HS-15 reported here from the
missioned in the U.S. Navy. astromauts after their eight daysin for the most outstanding ASW support u.s. forses ashore in USS Guam where the squadronhad

The Navy's first night space.In carrier-based squadron in the Lebanon, and for two months been involved In the testing "
screening operation was suc- April 1988, an HS-5 detach Navy, the "Shamrocks" con- flew dawn-to-dusk ASW patrolsover and evaluation of the Interim Sea
cessfylly conducted by HS-1 from ment assisted in the recovery ofthe tinued their leadership In the HS the sea approaches to Control Project.
the USS Lake Champlain (CVS- Appolo VI space craft and community by being awarded the Beirut. HS-15 engaged In it first at-sea

,I 39)) while on maneuvers in the was chosen to assist in the Battle "E" last year. The Wasp and her air group operations aboard USS Guam 1
Caribbean: during May 1959. recovery of Apollo VII, the first The squadron upheld its out- were again summoned in 1960, less than three months after the

Between September 1963 and manned Apollo mission. standing reputation in April 1972 this time to the waters off Cuba, squadron was commissioned in
October 1970, HS-1 flew 47, 468.8 HS-5 made history in 1971 with when it was called upon, with 24 where HS-11 flew patrols while January of last year.
accident free hours. This figure is her fourth clean sweep of all l hours notice, to go on an tensions in Central America The squadron is under the
considered a record for all Navy honors awarded for operational emergency 10-month deployment relaxed. command of Cdr. James V. ':

helicopter ASW squadrons.The readiness and mission per aboard USS Saratoga In support In addition to its ASW role. HS- Davis.IT .
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Army and Marine Corps.
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survivors of a Greek Olympic -< to welcome you as new members of our great :,;'ii" I.' \J..>

Airlines crash. ... : a l ; Jacksonville community. We believe that you :
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Jet Mechanic Roberto S. Salazar was recently promoted to stripe. The
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advancement by his CO, CDR J.D. Taylor, Serving as troubleshcdter advancements were
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Ir. 24 August 1973 ETR2 Raymond 'K. Frye from Air Ops-GEMD
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!! Two Gunslingers have received Air Wing THREE Letters of the
Performing ceremony was Captain John E. Marshall, NAS Cecil \
) Commendation for their contributions during ATKRON 105's last I
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.4 slated for Jax Air show

Jax A trail of smoke and a hardy "Hi-Ho-Silver" will start the
COMING "Silver Eagles" on their way for two days of showmanship here, k
Saturday and Sunday, November 3 and 4.
The "Eagles" are scheduled to be just one of the many thrilling ."
events that the public will be able to see when the Jacksonville Naval
Air Station opens its gates for the two-day air show. I'.
,, Based at Ft Rucker, Ala., the Silver Eagles consists of 12 officers
and 18 enlisted men.All are volunteers for the assignment and all are .
experienced Army aviation personnel.The .
seven-man team puts its helicopters through paces that.
manifest the crafts' maneuverability and the pilots' expertise.The .
Eagles'are an accepted aeronautical fact that helicopters are
versatile-and proof of this will be seen in the teams'maneuvers.
Operating the O-6A Cayuse light observation helicopter, which is )
capable of speeds up to 150 mph, the pilots present a fast-moving j
performance which lasts about 30 minutes. Each show is opened with t
the Starburstin, which four aircraft fly towards the spectators and !
then turn away in left and right turns trailing smoke.
Other movements executed in breathtaking sequence include the
Pylon Pivot, demonstrating the ability of the helicopter to perform
intricate patterns in close proximity as six aircraft execute left flying
turns simultaneously.In .
the Cloverleaf, the aircraft change altitudes and circle each
other.They then move into a square dance formation,do-si-doing with
unbelievable agility.Established .
Jax The "Fleet Angels" of Helicopter Combat Support Squadron (HC)-2 will be officially in 1972 by direction of the Department of the Army, the
established here Nov. 1. Eagles' mission is to contribute to the public understanding of the
The squadron began moving here from NAS Lakehurst Monday. capabilities of the Army's aviation equipment,and that they do. .
Early this year one of the squadron's Detachments returned from-a nine and one-half month cruise In addition to the Pylon Pivot,and the Cloverleaf, the Army aviators ,
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in the Gulf of Tonkin on board the USS America.Also,earlier this year the "Fleet Angels"provided,a set-up in a Pyramid in which six helps hover above each other to an
? Detachment for the:USS Newport News and Detachments for the USS Guam on three separaten"cruises. altitude of 500 feet. .
Army Aviation will be well represented at the Air Show by the newly r
HC-2 now has Detachments on board the USS Kennedy,USS Roosevelt and USS America. established and highly skilled Silver Eagles.
The squadron celebrated its 25th year of commissioned service in April.In .
carrying out its mission over the years, HC-2 has successfully rescued nearly 2,000 people,
military and civilian, victims of shipwrecks at sea, aircraft ditchings, floods, hurricanes,
snowstorms and enemy hostility.
During 196S,the squadron posted its first combat rescues in Vietnam. _
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Members of HC-2's USS Independence, Detachment 62, embarked on the destroyer USS Richmond -
K. Turner, were decorated for rescuing four downed aviators from a mountain top in NorthVietnam
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In another 1965 operation, two HC-2 helicopters took part in the rescue of an Air Force C-47 crew r:
from a snowbound mountain on the Greek Island of Peloponnesus.From .
1967 to 1969, HC-2 provided more than 100 Detachments for duty aboard Atlantic Fleet .
Carriers.During this period the Detachments accomplished 96 rescues,earned 240 Vietnam medals, \'
54 Air Medals, 71 Navy Commendation Medals, three,Distinguished Flying Crosses and two Purple
Hearts.
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In June, 1972 HC-2 was first on,the scene in Poltstown,Pa.. rescuing victims caught the floods
spawned by Hurricane Agnes.Four days of night and day operations saved hundreds of lives in the
flood-stricken,Pottstown and Wilkes-Barre-Scranton areas of Pennsylvania.; ,
Cdr. Micheal J. Marriott is the Commanding Officer of,the "Fleet Angels" and Cdr. Edward M.
Clune lathe squadron's Executive. Officer.,

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r>w iiiNi -The following is a report none received suspensions; none
of motor vehicle accidents and were given warnings; none were
traffic violations for the period of dismissed; eighteen were fined
Oct. 1-7. (U.S. Magistrate).
Number of Accidents Seven drivers ,were assessed.
I This Period 10. twenty-five traffic points
'I HAPPY as Cdr. Theodore W. Wallace "frocked" to his present rank at FICEUR. This Period a year ago 8.
w, Capt. E. R. Sourbeer, FICEUR skipper,and Cdr. Wallace's wife, Anita,are shown pinning I on the new Total accidents this year 368. Jdx's Greatest
; should boards as Cdr. Wallace's children Rebecca ,Jennifer and Pat look on. Total accidents through this

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NEWEST CONCEPT cident 0. ,
IN APARTMENT LIVING oi f Number days since an injury .
'. last year at this time 10.
12 3 BEDROOM 1 AND 3 BATHS '' .t,, .); .. ) V Number of Violations ,
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central heat & air cond Private' ;: Speeding ..
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and patios party sundecks.room swimming pool ;:.,. DEER SPRINGSw Reckless driving o. PAY> _. I
;i ESTATES Going through stop sign 12. -
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!11 j( I PAGE 8 JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER \ .


fl1r Shore Sailor of the year visits Jacksonville .I


'.r Story, Photos f By Ron Bayles t

: r. Jax-Sailor of the Year Leon
J S Walls made a whirlwind tour of ..f
1 the Naval facilities in rt;
Jacksonville last week, plus met (14.
with the Navy Wives Club of (1. } d na
America members and
celebrated the Navy's birthday.
Wall's is attached to the Chiefof 1S
Naval Education and Training
I Staff as the Master Chief Petty
( Officer of t Command's.
( assistant.
,I He was born in Memphis, fpt
Tennessee, now makes his homein
Tampa, Florida, is married to r+ .
Rosezena (Hayes) Walls and hasa I
2Vt year old daughter, named a'
Latasha. He graduated from .,.
Manassas High Memphis in June t I!
196 and entered the Navy in I "A.;
December of 61. P01 Walls Spent
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basic training in San Diego and \
his first duty station was NAS
Cecil Field, Florida. Walls won _jj .
the Shore Station Sailor of the f
Year honor while stationed at
TRARON twenty-two NAS -t
Kingsville, Texas, where he was
the Commands Race Relations 7.

Representative."Petty $ LEON WALLS is shown during a interview session at the,:Jax Air
Officer Walls has y i I News office and at Hancock Hall where he talked with the'enlisted
served his country with complete l men and women at a luncheon. i
dedication and pride. lie is a \
career Navy man, who has '
proven, through his abilities as a
leader and from the honors i
bestowed upon him by the ( _
civilian community and CNO,
that he is eminently qualified for
service-wide recognition as one
of the U.S. Navy's best men" the ;. .' '
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18. 1973
JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 9PaydayatNFO

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.;y,., Navy Finance Office at '
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r people, especially with the new
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'. pay raise going into effect. -The
'. :.' Finance Office made 112,872
,, manual entries on pay records ,
',,:'. "', for the last payday. NFO made ____
.; ) : total computations of 70,545 and ,
tt:;' ;;;,.L over the past month paid 3,500
\ 't.f. transient M t
personnel in the L
I : rl: Jacksonville area (this includes r

wotJ.i..:.::,; ;;";' all the service branches). 117r F 'vy F
Overtime is being spent, due to _
the low manpower level, helping

the travel claims section compute /1
all the travel claims. This ,
section for the first six months of ;
\
C74 averaged 4,465 completed .fro !4, r
s
travel claims and for the monthof

August, averaged 5,266.
The NFO services NAS Jax, THE TRAVEL CLAIMS SECTION 1(
s always busy. Here Mrs. lola Miller helps DKSA Scofield j j
Mayport, Cecil Field and the make a point' as to where travel claims are to.be.put. t
Coast Guard. It also distributes 'j> ,l A 1K
r/i6 ;
.' civilian paychecks. f y t
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;< '. Military Pay System), ,
k> everybody's pay account will be i ;1
I. ,. .'. done by NFC Cleveland. Checks t I
:, ., will be issued locally, based on .'
monthly leave and earnings j

statements coming from j jj
Cleveland. This is due to be
implemented by Jan. 1, 1975. a.. 4 ..

So be patient when you go into I
the Navy Finance Office. They I

have over 13,000 people to take
care of.

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PAGE 10 JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER

,I Your NEX in October I


Jax Sewing machines have Sleeveless pullover sweaters
been added to the list of combined with fasionable shirtsare
authorized items that may be part of the new look. Put
sold by Navy Exchanges in them together in combinations to
Fedeal 0 0 a sN CONUS.If suit your own taste and per-
you've been putting off sonality.
buying a sewing machine, now's For the Ladies
a a the time to reconsider. Your The item being featured this
Navy Exchange is offering month for "Ms. Fashion" is the
quality machines at reasonable fake fur "Chubby" jacket in both
prices and you can use the junior and misses sizes.
regular 60-day< layaway plan. for For the uninitiated, theUChubby"
your purchase. is a short, 18-22 inch
The latest fashion item to take jacket reminiscent of the 1940's
hold in ladies' jewelry is the with today's styling features.
0 a deralor 1 0 "Nothing" necklace..thin Fake fur, in long and short
chains, plain or with center or- hair, makes this item the "IN"
naments, which can be worn fashion for Fall and Winter.
a ayan o 0 e alone or combined with other There is a wide range of fabulous
necklaces.This fakes from red, silver or white
ajlofcm&nt: 0 V 0 0 item can add versatility to fox,mink,rabbit,oppossum,lynx
your wardrobe without crimpingyour and seal.
budget. See the selection "It's pants all the way in
to a saMws: 0 available at the Navy Exchangefor women's sportswear this
prices that are next to season,"according to the fashion
"nothing". experts. For misses, it's cuffed
0 I 0 0Wint Witches and goblins will be and uncuffed pants with a 22-24
., lurking about at the end of the inch pant leg in polyester double-
month. To get ready for the on- knits. In this category, patterned
slaught,now is the time to pick up pants have the edge over solid
the costumes, paper goods and colors.
party accessories for Halloween. For juniors, it's the uncuffed
an automatic Don't forget the candy and pants in woven fabrics, par
other tasty treats for the prin: ticularly the lighter weight
\; cesses and pirates that will come gabardines. Pastels, solid colors
knocking at your door-and also and patterns are all receiving
the film and flashcubes for your customer attention.It's .

camera.The Fashion Man Tennis Time
seconincome Most women know what the The Navy Exchange Toyland
layered look is and men are features tennis equipment for I
beginning to find out that his look sports fans and enthusiasts who
works well for them, too. want to stay in shape and enjoy I'
This month, the Navy Ex doing so.
change is featuring the layeredlook This is' the season for tennis
? for the Fashion Man at the and, with the cooler weather
men's wear department. If you arriving, it's a good time to get
don't know what it's all about, back in shape.Stop .
drop in and see the displays.Join by Toyland and check over '
the fashion brigade by the selection of rackets and balls. ,
selecting some of the merchandise Tennis clothing located in the ;
G that will bring you' Navy Exchange Main Retail
uptodate.
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change Christmas Specialty Shop do the wrapping for you. You pick
the style-they do the work That's a Christmas present in itself.yll'7 .
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SOUTHWEST BRANCH FIVE POINTS BRANCH I Ij .
b' .' Cedar Hills Shopping Centtr 803 Lomax Street .:
';, PH. 771-0422 PH.358.1204r
'. r' NORTHSIDE BRANCH REGENCY SQUARE BRANCH
,.:"., : ', .. .Gateway Shopping Center 101 Monument Road
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.SOUTHSIDE ON CHRISTMAS,
; .:?. .'. :: MOBILE OFFICE a Navy Exchange
'- >"'./; '.,' J ;; 1326. Prudential Dr. ... Serving Baldwin .shopper buys his Crlstmas Cards at the Christmas Card and Gift
"': : '"," : 4.1, "If": ; 'f,,PH.. 398-7088 :.... ,. and MaccUnny, Florida ",:' Wrapping Shop, located across the hall from the Main Exchange
Uniform ,
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JAX AIR NEWS '
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I New furniture : Boon or bust ? APPLIANCE ':;


Jax Furniture can turn your Once you have some idea of the Check for warping. Drawers '
empty house Into a livable home, furniture you wish to buy, beginto that stick, for example, or table &TVCENTERcash
reflecting your Individual tastes shop around in earnest In tops that look or feel "bumpy"are I.
and personality. furniture shopping, as in most usually starting to warp.A .
If you choose your furniture other shopping, it's very wise to thin sheet of wood between
wisely, you will find that your drawers, called dustproofing, is
home will be a comfortable extension compare.What To Look For usually a sign of well made
of yourself, but finding,.' Before buying any furniture, furniture.The .
the right furniture takes time, examine it with these con- insides, sides and bottomsof
planning and careful shopping. struction hints in mind: drawers, if left unfinished, Ask about
Decision making could be The furniture should have a should have a protective wax our special I 1
easier if you considered these ,good,'strong frame. If the frameis coating. Military Price ,
three things before ,buying your weak, the furniture won't last Look at the back of the fur- Savings Plan .a
furniture: long. niture as well as the other sides.It alue I
1. The length of time you expect Be sure all joints are tightly' may be made of, or covered
it to last, and smoothly fitted together. with, inferior, unattractive or Where
You Don't Need
2. The wear and tear it will Joints should be held together unfinished material which would
probably have to withstand, and, with strong glue and screws; require the back to be hidden
3. Its adaptability to your mortise and tenon, or double from view. Cash to buy Value it
furniture needs. dowel jointings should hold the Turn a dropleaf table, or one ;
When shopping for furniture, outer frame together; corner that slides open, upside down to Just Say Charge It!
look for quality, design and blocks, notched and screwed into check on the fit of the boards and 1'1
usefullness, as well as price. place, should be used at points of sturdiness of the bulges (are theyat
Basic styling, good material strain; dovetail joints are best to least three inches long?). I 1'
and sound construction are join corners of drawers. Try out the furniture before you NOWINAI9"COMRACTtY ,)
usually a better buy than fancy'designs The webbing should be firmly buy it. Sit in it, relax, and ask \ '
or frills. Simple styling woven and securely attached to yourself: Is it comfortable?
offers less chance of becoming the frame. The springs, made of Would I use it if it were in my t
dated, and is usually easier and tempered 'steel,, should be close home?
less expensive to care for. together and anchored to the Make sure that foreign made
Furniture gets its beauty not webbing. furniture purchased overseas is I
.:.. from expensive extras, but from Check for properly smoothed constructed of"seasoned"or kiln lllra :
': simple lines,interesting textures, ,edges, clean lines, and the' ab- dried wood. Unseasoned wood NEW 1974 '
'I ., harmonizing"colors and correct sence of any protruding an will shrink or crack after a few e COMPACTCHROMACOLO
I proportions to room size. noyances. months in a U.S.home because of
Visualize the appearance of the Inspect the furniture by the low humidity created by the !
furniture in your home,not In the sighting from an angle to pick out heating and-or) ,airconditioningused :
store, where colors, lighting, irregularities in construction or in most houses and apart-.
accessories and proportions may finish that may not have been ments. The E400IW Bermuda' I
distort and distract. evident close up. Some glues and surface 19"diagonal I
Be sure the furniture rests on finishes used in foreign countries, Irlrl Chromacolor
Attention the floor with no leg or corner particularly in the Far East, are -" compact.American.
riding high. Don't accept the also subject to cracking or ,. cabinet.Walnut Super color' ,
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retired explanation that the furniture becoming brittle in.low humidity t 1 Screen Picture.
the showroomisn't conditions. Solid-Strte
wobbles because
,xwr Super Video Range
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MarinesJaxThe ;
level; it's more likely that NEXT WEEK: "What about -: .. rr"urrorrrrr"" 82ChannelTuning .'
the furniture isn't level. the upholstery ; System.
IrMrrlIIIMI
remark,, 4'0nce a' Icurl I.

Marine, ,Always( :'a 'Ma;lne;", ,ONLY TKn
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cherished, by most" :
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Marines, no' matter ;the. conditions ,, Monday:Nite ,is: Family Nite., SOQQ w.tJITr J
,of their entry into ;or 000 de
honorable: exit therefrom, has ,
been taken to heart bya

in apparently small the area.group: of Retired Marines Buy, .5 regular 60*, .Burgersfor Big screen, .

It all began when they learned $2.50. low price RCA t
that they will not be able to attend ,
the traditional Marine Corps color portable
Birthday Ball usually held by one Dairy
or more of the local Marine Corps 103rd Si and

commands. Blanding only! Queen
Hoping that they will still be
able to get together and take part
in at least some representative
Marine Corps Birthday activities -
a small group has
discussed tentative plans to hold gg
what they term a '"Mini-Marine eo
Corps Ball For Retired Marines" lJ O
Saturday evening, Nov, 10.

The time, place and other diagonal
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details will be worked out

dependent announcement. on the of the response plannedBall. to 1 ii; @[b@ffi[


Plans discussed thus far include -
having the playing of the
Marine Corps Hymn, reading of
the Commandant's Birthday Model ES403

Message, the traditional cake- ;THE AAMCO,WRITTEN CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEEThis RCA' AccuColor picture tube
cutting t with:the first pieces going .transmission, has been rebuilt by the licensed AAMCO for lifelike color.RCA's 0 nl y i
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to the, youngest and oldest the AAMCO "CAR .
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Dealer issuing this certificate utilizing :chassis features solid state Even S
Retired, Marine presentdinner OWNERSHIP" Assembly, Sen' This certificate guarantees the in
components many areas. fPermo f
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may develop a's plans go forward.All :. 'converters)'against failure ofmaterial, and workmanship. It will compensates for warm-up expansion 2 9 8 With I
Retired Marine fin the area 'be honored by any'If censed AAMCO Transmission Dealer for as ; ,excellent color purity, Trade 1,
are cordially invited and urged to 'long'as'you own this car, provided that It is delivered to any no matter how long the set is 1 .
call 264-9487 or 264-7095 after 4' licensed AAMCO' Transmission Dealer in the United. States on. ,
p.m. if they are!' interested in annually for service with In 30 days of the Service Date ind'cated \:
participating In the "Mini Marine below. The charge for annual service is $13.75 payable at the Raw TV's as low as.....................6i.OO t':,

Corps Ball For Retired" time of service and It covers the replacement of transmissionfluid COLOR TV's .as low a.s................23.00 :"i
and all preventive adlustments.
Marines.
REFRIGERATORS: as low_ as....,....1-2..o <
Birth .
With the Marine Corps FREETOWINGatnoextrachargeONE DAf SERVICE available inmost '
day less than one month away, cases a FREE 19 point Multi Check FINANCING available if RANGES & DRYERS as low. as..118.00.
for planning necessary with approved credit. ,
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,, Retired purposes Marines; therefore are urged, all to AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS 5043 I Normandy 1 Blvd.1 *' Ph. 781-2652 i I II.

: contact their Retired Marine -- OPE'N sAt RDA YS: *:::00to 6:0j6F : <
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But you owe it to yourself to save a portion of that extra money for something -Beach Boulevard :, ;; .1
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fe .317 542 or Base Ext 2431 I I 9894 or Base Ext 215
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HOUrs Won. Fri,9AAA 30P/W .Hours. Hours: Mon Fri,I 30AM 30PM:
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and women that ( ) are Capts. E.W. Parish, J.R.
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'72 FORD LTD Dr. Very Low Mileage. Ar.! Pwr Str.
? Pwr Brakes. Radio
'70 MERCURYMARQUISBROUGHAM2 Dr. Loaded "3
'73 GTO New.Auto.Air. Pwr Str.& Brakes. Radio,
.'65 VW BUS
'72 CAPRI 2 DR. Sharp Low' Mileage ,DAY
'68 CHEVELLE MALIBU 2 Dr. H.T.' Extra Nice Capt. William G
j: '.43,000.actual miles. ,.AC, Pwr. Str, Radio Auto..Vinyl' Jax C.O., I
4 :. ,tmTp\; : ,. .. .' the crowd grown-ups were looking over
.' ,V /fr 73 BUICK LE SABRE Very Nice family'car. Loaded Jax1,Navy Day form of transportation. \'J
'68 CHEVELLE MALIBU 4 DR. Clean Second Car.
AC. Pwr'Str. Radio

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'73 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY 9 Pass. Wagon.
4,500 miles. This car Is fully equipped,

PRESTIGE LIST-A-CAR :I IN THE PIRATES TAVERN II
7805 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 786-7543 *: .

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:: 3PM 7PM '::?: Iii Newest and FinestAccomodations;
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DUAL HONORS-Miss Helen Penich, Naval Weather Service
Warehouse now announces 7 US 17 Communications Operator,talks with Cdr. Paul Cutchen (Left),VW-4
SOUTHORANGE C.O., and Cdr. Frank Schatzle (Right), Naval Weather Service
it's great new line of Facility skipper,after receiving letters of Commendation from both

Name Brand fruniture at... PARK commanding officers for her five years exceptional service as
ground-to-air communicator between the Naval Weather Service and
"Hurricane Hunter" aircraft.
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PRICES12! [, :.

,.,., -In commemoration of the Fleet Reserve Association's Golden
: Anniversary; the FRA announces a new membership promotion

NEWLY ARRIVED ..;, '. s', award-one that every member, barring none, can earn
,., All the member has to do to earn the new Golden Anniversary Lapel
Pin is to recruit one new or reinstated member prior to July 31, 1974.
TRUCKLOADA The member's application and dues payment must be sent directly
to the National Executive Secretary,not.thru the Branch Secretary
DINETTE SUITES The Golden Anniversary Lapel Pin will be sent by return mail.
For additional information on this new membership award,contact
COME EARLY WHILE any of the local Branch,Secretaries or J. M. Bodin, member of the
SELECTION IS COMPLETE National Committee on Membership and Delinquency


I c Open! for your,convenience 6"etm.-JO J0, p.m:
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O ROAD SERVICE, .
Q MECHANIC ON DUTY

A e Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS

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HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY FOR WESTSiUE TOYOTA I INC.JACKSONVILLE'S .
QUALITY FURNITURE IN THAT BEACf1 NationallyAdvertised. '
r HOUSE OR LAKE COTTAGE,AN EXTRA I NO.I I QUALITY

ROOM OR FOR YOUR PRESENT, HOMESAVE..SAVE..SAVE "
ORIENTED SMALL CAB DEALER P
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i Tremendous DEPENDABLE TOYOTA TRADE INS!

71 DATSUN5102dr.Sedan,Low
HOURS 9am til '. Mileage $1795
2 : 6pm. Savings! 73 GREMLINS ate Choose from AT,R&HAC,W-W
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Monday thru Saturday ', tires $2895
70 DODGE DART Swinger' "340"AT, R&H,Vinal
WarehouseWholesale
Roof $1595
73 PINTO SWAT,R&H, Roof Rack,Nice $2595
71 FIAT8S0 Hardtop Coupe Sharp U95
i -: :;- Prices! 72 TOYOTA CELICA ST4 Speed,R&H,AC,Vlnal
Roof
lup/ $2895
72 TOYOTA COROLLA Spd, R&H,Vlna. (. Roof,Share
,. .n::', .$1895
; __ 71 PINTO4 Speed,R&H,Low Priced'Transportation .. _'"
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4., If.U 72 MGB ROADSTER Sharp $2995
.4# or ,'. 71 M.G.B.CONY.Nice,Car $2395
.'f ',',,;Ji 71 FORD RANGER XLT AT, R&H, P.S., PB., AC,
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a a Ub 0 a CALL: 387-3566 : Movie Schedule ''i 1


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should be mailed to arrive not later than :;
Tuesday for publication the '
following
arriving too late for this deadline will be Thursday. Ads ,
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published
i the following week unless' the pUblisher Is In.
structed otherwise. A check or money order for the cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m. "

RATEt! minimum charge ((3 lines) ...$2.00 Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...50c Thursday,Oct. 18 Monday,Oct.22 :

Mall f to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4747 SAN JUAN AVE.,JACKSONVILLE 32210 NAS: "PIECES OF DREAMS" NAS: "FIDDLER ON THE
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J Drama, Starring Robert Forster ROOF" Musical, Starring Topol

': GEORGIA'S KENNbLS and Lauren Hutton. "PG" ((99 and Norma Craw. "G" ((179. min.)
COLONY MOBILE
_ : .x "r_ Dogs& Cats Boarded Sales 8. Rentals,9359103rd HOMES St. Call 771- min.)
Pick-Up & delivery services since 0275 Photostating and notary service.12'X72' HOSPITAL: "KID BLUE" '

TEMPORARY FOR NAVY WIVES JOBS Visitors 1925. Grooming welcome., training BankAmericard fi. shipping.& Western Drama, Starring Dennis SPECIAL! ;:

VII office skills needed. 1971 CYPRESS Hopper and Warren Oates. "PG" :
Long and Master-charge honored. Off 1.10 near $300. dwn., take I
over pymts. Can be STARTS OCTOBER 22nd
hort assignments. No fee. We Payou. Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. ((100 min.) t. ;
seen at
9359, 103rd St. Lot 52, from 8
5085 Edgewood Ct.,389.0064 A.M. to 5 P.M.Ilt Friday,Oct. 19 <
XTRA HELPERS 394-5188 NAS: "BOOK OF NUMBERS" Buy a drink I' : ,;'

JANITORIAL WORK AT NAS JAX Bedspreads, Sheets LINENS, Pillow Cases 8. [ ,$s r T$ ._1 Drama, Starring Raymond St. r

ours 5.9:30 P.M., Call 355-2741 and Towels! All Used. Priced 10c to 51.00 Jacques and Freda Payne. "R" for f 25 ..:
hsk for openings at NAS. 389-1257. Ortega Hills). 70 LeMANS SPORT COUPE (91 min.) J I "'I
Royal Services, Inc. Auto. trans., PS, R&H, AC, bucket

JOIN THE WONDERFUL WORLD IlfmJ LE rAr _f seats, like new. $1,750. Phone 133.2365.J DREAMS"HOSPITAL: "PIECES OF and keep r.- ''.'.'

OF KELLY GIRL WE NO MONEY DOWN 4 '
BUY& SELL EQUITIES
Ike variety? You Name It, We have Call us for quick service 1969 Chevy Impala, V-8, Auto., Saturday, Oct. 20 the glass.
lit. Temporary, Part-Time or all the Morrison Taylor, Inc. PS&PB, $695. or low mo. pymts. 3534575. NAS : "WATERLOO" >
time, convenient areas Best firms, 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. Historical Drama, Starring Rod While they Lastl I IDairii .
[Highest Pay Call or stop Into our 77U30S7 737-384 .
Steiger and Christopher Plum- .
[Friendly office today. FIAT"124"SPORTS COUPE
531 Fla. Nat'l. Bank Bldg. TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE 5-speed gear box, dual OH cams, AM. mer. "G" ((123 min.)
KELLY GIRLS Two, up to twenty acre Tracts 5 mile FM Stereo tape deck. Absolutely like HOSPITAL: "BOOK OF i.
radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to brand new, 15,000 miles. Must sell NUMBERS" -
PARTOR FULL TIME $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far immediately. Best offer. Phone 786- .
MECHANICSAffernoons below near-future values. Call Tony 0721 or 771-9262. Sunday, Oct.21 -;

[ Saturdays or Full-TIME George, 389-5514, Eve. 7711976. NAS: "LOVE & PAIN & THE Queen
[Jax top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply in WYNNE REALTYOF FLORIDA '71 MAVRICK GRABBER WHOLE DAMN THING" Drama
(person to Mrs. Foster, NIMNICHT Realtors SpecialistWE R&H, AC Standard Trans Factory and
CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat Floor Shift Gages, Mlchlin Steel Starring Timothy Bottoms
[Avenue. Radials, New Exhaust System 1 Mo. Maggie Smith. "R" (110 min.)
BUY EQUITIES Old $1500 Call 264-8684 after 4 HOSPITAL: "WATERLOO" 103rd & Blinding Only!
Louise T. Bailey
PARTTIME HELP (CUTCO) -
Broker 771-3605 730LDIDELTA..ROYALE
Flexible Hours. $3.75 per hr. to start. 4-Dr., H.T., Low mileage, full power,
We train. Must be neat, ambitious & CALLASHIPMATE AM-FM, 8-Track, 5 mos. left In fact. We Feature a Complete Line Of
have car. Call Mr. Searcy 398-5575 Joe Roplak (RET Navy) warranty $500 equity & take over
between 5 & 6 P.M. Licensed Real Estate Salesman pymts. Can be refinanced as new car DISCOUNT FURNITURE!

Representing at Credit Union. 264.5318.NO .
SHORTTIMERSExpanding Standing Agency, Inc. Realtors ESPECIALLY SELECTED FOR
Co., Will offer qualified Home 181.7115 Office 771-9513 CASH NEEDED APARTMENT AND MOBILE HOME FOLKS

persons Immed. employment as 3 BEDROOMS,2 BATH 1968 Chevrolet Camaro V-8, Auto.,
management trainee. 21 to 30 H.S. Paneled Family Room, Carpets, PS AC,a real nice car.$1095. Cash or OUR SPECIALTY CUSTOM FURNISHING
Grad. Sharp & Outgoing. Phone. 721 fenced, concrete Block 18,500 BTU, low mo. pymts. 3539211. MOBILE.HOMES AT HUGE SAVINOSI I
3600. AC, $23,000 Owner will carry mor.
tgage or VA-FHA. Vansandt Realtor,.
NO CASH NEEDEDNOCREDITNEEDED
BABYSITTING-ORTEGA HILLS 3893549. ANSON MOBILE HOMES

Hourly, Dally,Over-Nlght
Eland ,18 or older.
up yrs.
389.1257 HOUSE FOR SALE 6263 ROOSEVELT BLVD PHONE38-156
We can sell a car and get complete
you
By owner 3BR, IVi Ba., Carport, financing arranged. 3534575. (C/j Mile North of NAS Jax Main Gate)
SKILLED AIRCRAFT WORKERS Utility room, fresh paint, BIRO -
Immediate for, Patio, Fenced Conv. & 4
j openings day or yard. NAS "'67 FORD GALAXIE
!evening shift...,Excellent benefits in.. Cecil. $19,500. 6716 Mopsy Lane. 772- -
AT, PS,' PB, Alr-Cond., New Brakes. pp
(eluding paid vacations, holidays, life 7155.
Must see to appreciate $700. Call 771
nd health Insurance. Interviews from 2150. "I"II
I A. M. 4. P.M. Monday through. SUMMER CABINS
[Friday. INTHE SMOKIES Big Chief Say: 1
73 PORSCHE SliT
Near Cherokee & ,
AERO CORPORATIONLake Bryson City N.C.
City Airport Paved Roads, Good Water, Beautiful 4 Mo. old, $1,000 off, will trade, Lt. I?
Lake City,Florida Scenery. For Permanent or Summer Martin, 771-3211, Ex. 255. Leave A\
Phone 752-7911 Homes. Jax. Beach, Phone 246.8383 or number, will return call.W4CHEVELLE. Germany's BESTORadial
An Equal Opportunity Employer BRYSON City, N.C. Phone 488-2714. .

r:1Mi y < V-8, Auto., AC, Excel., No cash down, Tire! K
MECHANICALLY INCLINED? ( : ,MtCT$ S 1t7
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:: r "W .",tiftRix:. low mo. pymts. 3580881.
Want 'man to train as foreign car -
}mechanic under project transition:' WILMAR APTS. fStitot
program. Top pay & beneftsafter! 2BR., Furn., water, sewage & gar. '63 CHEVY IMPALA i4 ,, :
training with management op bage, parking cars, small children, 4-DR.'Hardtop, PS, Fac. Air Radio, ) _' th
portunity, 389-1644. small pets o.k. $125. mo., Washer Good Condition. $395. 2645427. t ; -

;;.' ,-.. $8.00 387-2541 or 3870744. : I
1(1r1r [ NO CASH DOWN :4 Makts tht BIG Difference
WANTEDTO RENTOR LEASEBy
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1965 Plymouth Valiant, 6cyl.
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single prof'I.woman assigned NAS .
A recorded message oy Automatic, good transportation. $34
2 years.2.3 Bedroom Unfurn. House or
SCOTT EDWARDS Apt. Needed by Nov, 1.. 388.9886.2MENONLY MO. 353-4575. STEEL BELTEDRADIALTIRES I
Tells you how to be a 1 4
DISC JOCKEY ATTENTION HUNTERS
Call 355-2944 any hour. Approved for Bench Seat from Chevy Van. Never
2BR.
Completely furn., with TV &
veterans. Columbia School of used, excellent
condition.$25.00 Phone
Washer garbage &water furn., $150.
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not
Holt 387-3566
Mo., 5504 Plymouth St. Can be
seen
affiliated with CBS,. Inc. Course by
after 2:30 P.M.
home study BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY

2BR., FURN.APT. Used VW's Compacts, other foreign
LIVE CRABS Near NAS & Cecil. Swimming Pool makes. Astro Motors, 6566 NormandyBlvd.

Wilford's 2649707 Fish Camp S75.MO., 771-0348. .,'7814978. a 5OOOO MILE GUARANTEED

3BR. HOUSE FOR RENT '12 RT1 YAMAHA 30 C.C.
AUTO AIR CONb.SERVICE 2Ba., Cpt., Swimming Pool, Fncd. Excellent Condition.
Room Units, Central Units, Tyler Yd., $300.Mo. 'Avail. Jan. 389-1257. 5700.116-8012. ----I
Heating 8. Air Conditioning 4711 /
Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161. ORANGE PARK 1969PONTIACGTO2DR. 155 SR 12 *27.64
2 BR, Furn. Apt.,AC, 5 Min to NAS, Hardtop V-8, Auto., No cash 44
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER Will rent to' TAD personnel or down, low mo. pymts. 3580881. SRI3175SR14 '30.10
Responsible party take up payments.of bachelors. No lease required 264-6884 / 165 4
: $7.00 per month. Rayfield's 2MEN'S BICYCLES *
6437 Wilson Blvd., 772-8936 OFFICE ORSHOP 1.3Speed,1-lOSpeed. Needs some work. 32.94
LOCATION FOR RENT Call 246-1088 After 3P.M.,Make Offer.
GOLD VELVET COUCH High traffic, central Westslde, on San 155 SRI 15. $31.74
Custom Made, Seats 6 comfortably, Juan between Blanding and Cassat.
New Condition, Orlg. cost $700 Asking 1200 sq. ft., Air Conditioned (op. ii4
$350. Call 731.1886 after 6. PM or tional), very reasonable rent. Phone SRHFUro All other sizes available at proportion-

anytime on weekends. 3874566. .,..........,. ately low prices.
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ITALIAN STYLE J d'1 ,V (2::)" ....:1:.:': I PLUS F.E.T. OF 1.48 TO 2.45

DRESSMAKING & ALTERATIONSIn : \INSTANT CREDIT NO DOWN PAYMENT LONG TERMS ".
my home at corner of Edson and JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
Madrla. Call 264.3518. Call Marianna. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern
trailer and apts. 3893007. / /

JEANS PROFESSIONALDANCE

Westconnett at 103rd ACADEMY& Orange Park WEBUYANDSELLGOOD USEDMOBILE HOMES

Bellalr Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe, Phone 388.4619 : : TIRECOMPANYQPEN86MONSAT.
Jazz, Hula Tahitian, Baton, &
acrobatics Register Now, 771.2521, LET YOUR RENT 1t.
771-5464, 778-3655 Children & Adults. BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT

DEPOSIT REQUIRED ;.ter!;.
'. 'WANTEDGOODHOME SUMITMOBILE HOMES
For Border Collie,6 mos.old, Black & 5210 Phillips,Highway,733-9422 A
White Lovable 6. free. 389-7573.. BRING THIS AD FOR $100 OFF...
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:;::A4{:: *':: :: :.o:';::k..Yb.. : ..,.,.....,...:................,.,.........,......,.'......S S.!5:., I .:.;.;.:.:::.:..: Wanted; ROCKING CHAIR For Sale TWIN MAPLE BED $8
Condition, Shotgun and Guage Full size Headboard $10 Four
THE Flee-T MARKET i : and used black and white or color mags fit 15" rim 384-4710
TV Reasonable Call 771-8075
FREE PERSONAL WAN,AD SERVICEfor .-..-..
I Military and Civilian Employees cf NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field
POLAROID MODEL 450 LAND 1973 TIFFANY MOBILE HOME
o----------i---m.r------------ A .' CAMERA Including. Focussedflash 3 ton central air, sears Kenmore

I FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM u. IO vinyl case, and many extra Washer & Dryer $500.00 & Take
attachments. Outstanding over payments of $101.00 a month
(ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) I condition 264-7470 771.3211 Ext. 337
O N .

I rI GE PORTABLE DISHWASHERBest HOUSE FOR SALE $5,000 or best
I Chllds Table Model
Offer,
offer, 2 BR, big living rm, 40x100
1. 1I Magnus Organ Portable partly fenced. By owner, call 772-
Pool 3'x12' Kitchen
I Swimming
3216 ask for Eddie
I Table w 4 chairs Bunk Beds 772-

I TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW .1 2776 IBM ELECTRICTYPEWRITER I

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. NOMAD TENT TRAILER Sleep Office Model
I I 8, Electric, Water Propane Stove- Call 771.5977 (evenings)

1 1r Heater, Excellent Condition $1100 ..........

1 Name Office or activity to which assigned II 264-4747 ELECTRIC GRASS TRIMMER,
II Black & Decker,$10: Rocker with
I LAKE ASBURY RANCHETTEon Cushions, $25 Call 771-5977
Paved $739 2.6 A $5000.00
I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I (evenings)
Enjoy Swimming In a New Lake..

!: 1 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, Ie: Full I 282-5306 or 264.6163
I military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I ....-.... For Sale-HOTPOINT ELECTRIC
r NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity I 50 SHEETS CDX Plywood $5.50ea RANGE-excellent condition
2. Free In to which he is assigned and office telephone. This $75.00 small electric traln-20"
I advertising the "Flee-T MARKET"will 7 Sheets % AL Plywood 7.25
be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housing information is for authentication only and your ad I ea. Alvacoda RANGE HOOD boys bike Phone 778-3048
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should be worded independently of this Information.
for personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell IS.
20.00 282.5306 264-6163
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to or
Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear'In I
and from work
; announcements of educational JALOUSIES ENTRANCE DOOR
I the edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads
courses offered by non profit organizations or following I For Sale 1965 IMPALA PS PB AC
arriving after that date will be placed In the 3'0 R-H $3.00 1971 PONTIAC
I Ads
governement agencies. for rentals will be
accepted -
following week's edition. Ads will be run only one I Motor Needs Work Body In Good
only If the words "PCS" (for military), or LEMANS Front Bumper $20.00
I "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the time, unless submitted as prescribed above. I Condition $200.00 264.6487 after 5 Good Condition 743.3092
I Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the PM
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied '. No ,phone calls will be accepted regarding I
I "Flee MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR
by the word "Free".
I NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide I For Sale: NORMANDIE FLUTE, 16 LB. BOWLING BALL 10.00
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I top condition $65 Phone 772-1004, 21" COLOR TV CONSOLE $125.00
I "Flee MARKET" ad form which will be printed
I after 5 PM Ext. 2674 or 570MAVERICK
I in each edition of our paper.Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No
will be rejected.I more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I
I accepted. For Sale: MOTORCYCLE 6cyl, Stand Shift,
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4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to ."Flee '
CARRIER I fits
on rear Bumperof
MARKET" Editor, CO JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, 8. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I Good Cond. Swap for Boat or
I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 Car $10.00 771-4878 of value. 751-0628
business, or which do not meet the above anything equal
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67 DODGE Window VAN $650, 71 69 RAMBLER REBEL SST AT, Patio Table Footlocker Ladies

KAWASAKI 175 $300, 72 AC, PS, New Tires, Small V-8 New Biege WINTER COAT
YAMAHA 250 MX Call 786.2536 (Good Gas Milage) Blue w-Black Salvage Priced 388-8455 s r
Vinyl Top. Good Condition $850
For Sale: 1972 HONDA CB 350 786-6577 Beaut ORIG OIL PAINTING I
2,000 Actual Miles $500 Call 786- 36"x48" of USN F4 Phantom by ;

3501 after 3PM or Cecil Ext. 369 2 DACRON 88 SLEEPING BAGS popular USAF artist. Framed.

1 l 3 P.D. Fill $12.50 Ea. Good Year Call LANIER 772-3077 %

MOBILE HOMES Tire 2+2, E.70.14, Less Than 3 :' 14c4
miles $15.00 778-3505 after 4 PM 64 FORD WAGON, 352 Eng, AC,
Pwr Strg-Brks, RH, Exc Glass
Lease or Buy! 23" SEARS' SILVERTONE Belts $400 Ph 264-8784

COLOR TV In Perfect Condition
175.00 778-2584 For Rent 10'x55' MOBILE HOME

.......... 20 min from NAS Jax in Clay
i "-I, For Sale 1973V2 HONDA 450 County 105 per month Ph 282-5947
Excellent Condition Low Mileage Ext 2539STUDIO
: PRIDEMORE INC.. 51000 Call Paul 772-3143-3143 Must

I Sell COUCH, Chair, Tow
GREEN u.s.COVE 17 NORTH SPRINGS .....-... ,Bars 2 Air Conditioners, Desk
PHONE 214.5977 11 JALOUSIE WINDOWS and Many Mlsc Items 264-0831
Bathroom Sink w-Flxture, GRN
t 1967 MERCEDES 250S $2400 1969
a Volkswacrx Squareback $900 264- : ;
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MUSICIANS! .c

t Four BARREL MANIFOLD and
dual line Holly carb. for small k

block Chevy $20.00 I also have

(1;, & If you don't know about various Chevy parts Call Chief

(<:I y./ MUSIC SERVICE
RIDE NEEDED Ricker Rd. and
y.'r'v 103rd St. to NAS Jax Bldg. 110. r
I .....find out! Call 2416 or 771-5684 Bill r eJ

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Any set of
For Sale: '68 IMPALA CON. iyWHAT'S

r ERNIE BALL STRINGS 250 VERTIBLE, PS, PB, AT, Good 'b

Rubber, New Rebuilt 327, Ex*

; DRUM STICKS 75 cellent offer Interior, Body Fair, Makean '
Ursula Janis hiding Not
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DRUM HEADS 20% off NCR NEEDS 6Er/N ruGPAGE

MALE OR FEMALE for
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3 SYSTEMS ANALYSTS AND PROGRAMMERS
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MUSIC SERVICE.I',1 \ -' "....tIIl...'. ',. .
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stud get "Birthday"present at VP-5 .I

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Jax The Navy's 198th Birthday was celebrated at VP-5 as the
"Mad Foxes" welcomed 27 NJROTC students from Ed White HighSchool.

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t After being welcomed to the "Fox Den" the students and their instructor
LCdr. Wayne Ledbetter,saw a presentation on the role of
airborne antisubmarine forces in the defnese of our nation. 0
Then came a completely new experience for many of the students-
FLYING! Flying in two of the squadron's P-3 "Orions", the students i.;.:
flew over the Jacksonville area. :!'
Wb C b u f.'V/ A few extra heart beats and a feeling of anxiety proceeded that '
J critical moment of final touchdown, but the enthusiastic students felt J.
V I that their new experience was well worth those few uncertain
moments.
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Once safely back on the ground, the rest of the students'day with
? -1 1w VP-5 included lunch with the "Mad Fox"crewmembers participation

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IN THE"TUBE"a VP-5 P-3"Orion"AWl Larry Friend (Left) shows NJROTC instructor LCdr.

Wayne Ledbetter and student John Howard (Bottom) a different view of the Jacksonville Beacheson "OVER TH ERE..."-John Pfaff points out the sights of Jacksonvilleto
the_ P-3's radar scope. fellow NROTC student Pamela Brantley from an observer's stationin
one of VP-5's P.3s.


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: : : anywhere check our new stock of quality used : : : : .JI :
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;: :::: be ::::::: Remediation Evaluation ... '
: cars-you'll glad you did Fidgety Reading ,:, : -:- :; .1:,
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: : := 70 Chevrolet Wagon $ Easily Discouraged Ideal Location Complete Physical :" 0; : Q$
:::::: 69 VW Wagon $1295 :::::: Reverses letters words Air- Conditioned Classrooms Examination ,.''. It.:: ;

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:::=:: 65 VW Sedan $695 :::=:: each child are assessed Recommendations by the recommendations' are'given to each parent. Con. 1' "..
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for long. There's another takeoff to be handled.


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All Topless by.PHI I

I BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS BillGalligan _
11 AM til 2 AM Daily
1080 Cassat Ave. 388-9016 w _; _x _


NORMANDY TIRE CO.
WORK GOES ON after the aircraft is airborne as AC3 J.P
Sullivan(Left)and AC2 B.Hummock record flight information.
5354 Normandy Blvd. 786.9292


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Pussycat Escorts I

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Offers discounts to Navy
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Now offering SPECIAL PRICESon .
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WATCH FOR OUR FUTURE ANNOUNCEMENTS!
F.E.T. From $2.37 to $2,80 2 BR FURNISHED
; i f i Clay County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Community! $165 up
STORES HOURS:8 A.M.-'i P.M..INSTANT CREDIT WITH MOST MAJOR
}: CREDIT CARDS OPEN FRI.' NIGHTS TILS 2Vi miles from NAS Jax
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NEW NWCA OFFICERS Elected to serve as the new national officers of the NWCA were (L-R):
TWO-Joyce Smith (Left),the new Vice President of the Navy. Nadine Brown, Secretary; Mary Swenningsen, Southwest Regional President; Gail campbell,
Wives Club of America and Mrs. Barbara Howard, the Club's new Northeast Regional President; Barbara Howard, National President; Joyce Smith, Vice President;
National President, take their respective offices at the close of, the Mary CaytonSoutheast Regional President; Louise Aites, Treasurer, and Jeanne Orell, Parlimen-
NWCA National Convention here. tarian.a .

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PHOTOS BY PH3 DAVID GOETZ Without advertising you wouldn't knowMOTOROLA

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Jax Attention amateur : P
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newly-formed NAS WORlBSRiE's
Jax Photo Club is looking
New Summer Hours: Open 4PM!
for members.If .
ALL NEWTOPLESS DANCERS
interested in
you're TOPLESS CO-GO 4PM-2AM
joining, even if you don't Raised Show Bar
have a camera, contact 10 W. Church St. 359-9471 0
AW2 Tindell, at Ext. 2581.



If good looks were theonly r

Wt'vt Changed our Name
but ft*SERVICE it the' S.m.iL""NP reason to buya
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'74 Matador. it would 11 Quasar WHEELS! :

;: .. -: still be a great buy! .19"........ PORTABLE
COLOR TV
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high impact plastic cabinet ?'
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.. .,,' Jay Mozes' 616 lifts Dragons out of I

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Jax--Jay Moze lifted his Budmen to a sweep of the fourth when they took three from the
Dragon No. 1 team out of the place WallBangers in the Pacific Dirty V& Dozen and dropped them
.\ National Bowling League cellar Bowling League last week. The from fourth to fifth James
last week when he rolled gamesof four wins moved the Budmen Zukewich rolled a 201 for the
203,245 and 168 for a 616 series. from fifth to third and droppedthe FASO team.
His big set and Paul Shields 209 WallBangers to fifth. As a result ,of all the lower
game sent the fourth place The Budmen were able to claim teams knocking off the upper
..FWHAT'S FICEUR 5 team down to defeat third when the Mad Fox No. 2 teams in the Atlantic League the
'I ,;.1 three times and caused them to team only won one game againstthe bottom half of the standings
:\ ': lose ground on the three teams Holy Rollers. The one win, became tighter than the top half
GOING ON.HERE-It's the Youth Fellowship (Jr. and Sr. between them and first place. aided by Jeff Brandt's 204 game, with only a half game separatingthe
High) of the NAS Chapel gathered together for a Sunday; afternoon First place remained in the gave the Mad Foxes the same bottom four teams while 2V4
powder puff football game. Future plans for the group include tubing hands of Solex 5 who lost their amount of wins as the Budmen games separate the top four.
down the Itchtuckney River, camping retreats, progressive supper second game of the season when but they have four more losses CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
and more. The group is open to Junior and Senior High age and they they met the "Marine Barracks than the Budmen. The Gaffers and the GEMS
meet each Sunday evening at the NAS Jax Chaple. If you would like toy team. Tom George rolled a 211 The Holy Rollers moved a little engaged in a head on battle for
get in on the fun,drop by the Chapel or call Ext. 3051. for Solex 5 and led his team to closer to the league leading the top spot in the ,Continental
three wins but the Marines put Splitmakers with their three wins League last week and even
when the NADS saddled the though the GEMS stayed on top
K"V.w- game and became only thesecond league leaders with three losses. the Gaffers closed the gap from
i TEE team in the league able to John Gupton helped inspire the three games to one when they
claim a win against the league NADS when he rolled a 216 game. took three. James Fisher rolled a
) By Chuck Harlow leaders this season. The Jitterbugs got their in- 212 for the Gaffers.

,...: Jimmy Cruthirds led his spitation from Leona.Trojan's 201 The Leprechauns were another
> Jax The ladies played a T Coming up "Mixed Event" second place Rebels to three wins and 213 games and used them to team in the league to see their
and F nine on October 9 with the Sunday, October 21. with games of 205 and 204 while good advantage as they swept three game lead over the nearest
following winners and runners- teammate Rich Beam chipped in four from the Trippers.The competition disappear when they
t I up: Get your entries in now for the with a 200 game. Rich Hunter only other match lost three games to the Thun-
1i 1 First Flight Winner Ruth Naval Aviation Salutes rolled a 226 in the Lifers only win. scheduled in the Pacific League derbolts while the Pin Busters
.1 i Meaders 40 Runner-up Lucille Jacksonville Golf Tournament. The third place Rat Pack team last week resulted in three easy were taking four from the
: Rae .40tt Putts Ruth Bolin 30 Entry fee is only $10 and covers also won three games last week wins for the Gutter Rats when the Rookies. : That left both the
Second Flight:'Winner Lillian all greens fees, electric cart, two when they took on the Hangovers.Dan I Dragons had to forfeit. Leprechauns and the Pin Busters
Oberhausen 39 V4- Runner-up tickets for Aviation Week Grand Castanova rolled a 212 for ATLANTIC LEAGUE in third place, three games
.i\ Dot Bethea 40 Putts Dottie Prize and FREE beer on the the Rat Pack. The top half of the Atlantic behind the GEMS and two behind
1 Buker 32. course and a tax deductible The only sweep in the league Bowling League standings underwent the Gaffers.
Third Flight: Winner Pam donation!! Proceeds go to the last week came when the Chiefs quite a change last week Other Continental League
:j McKay 40 Runner-up Dot Aviation Museum at Pensacola. met the Mad Fox No. 1 team.The when NarJax lost four games to matches saw the Hustlers move
I White-431h Putts Catie Nichols Deliver your entry form and fee Mad Foxes four losses dropped AFEES,Six Pack won three from above the 500 mark with four
., 35 to the NAS Golf Course or mail it them into last place and pushedthe the Busch Buds, the Bean Bur wins over the CHAMECHS and
9-Holers Winner Merilee to Special Services, Box 14, NAS, Chiefs into a tie for fifth. ners took three from the Mo Fos the Women's Lib team move to
Brockley 46 Runner-up Jacksonville, Florida 32212. PACIFIC LEAGUE and FASO took three from the within two games of the .500
Maureen McCartin 48 Putts Entries must be received prior to Lorenzio Outin's 235 game and Dirty V4 Dozen. mark with three wins. over the
Millie'Ray 20 October 26. Ted Saunders' 201 game led the AFEES win over NarJax not Pop Tops.

.----.---" ...-.-......-..... only moved them into third place AMERICAN LEAGUE
...... .eo ---.-- -- but moved NarJax out of first. The Good and Bad team lost,
:: NarJax fell a game behind Six three games to the Woodpeckers
Growing Bigger and Bigger Pack, the new Pacific League in the American League last
-wR League leaders, and were only week but managed to stay on top
one game ahead of AFEES. when, the second place'.leftoversand
to! Serve You Better and Better! The Bean Burners contributedto the third place Late Chargerswere
: : the confusion in the,top ranks idle.
{II Ip' j when they took three from the Mo Marv McClain rolled a 202
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JAX AIR. NEWS.L. -.- -.0.ATWIMrtPR.. ...-- t:1= ')1

I Keith Stewart- and R.D. Santangelothis 7


share U-PIC-EM crown weekBoth

JaxFor the first time in at This week's q U-PIC-EM
least three years the U-PIC-EM YN1 Keith Stewart co-winners are men turned in ballots on
I contest has ended in a tie and Legal Office and of the NARU which their only miss was Cincinnati's : "J
R.D.
.
Santangelo of >\ -.
upset The
instead of one winner we have of the Quality and Pittsburg. "
two. Assurance Reliability other upset on the ballot, NAME .
Division
-- at NARF. Missouri's one-point win over :
Florida Game Commission Nebraska, failed to fool either RANK'OR TITLE AGE '
one of them and they both said I." .,
I that one of the reasons they went PHONE DUTY STATION : II'
safety course recommended with Missouri was because ;.,'
Missouri was at home. (Games for the weekend of October 20)) ;a .f ":..,

TALLAHASSEE-Going hunting Commission for any youngster Their thinking on the game was COLORADO OKLAHOMA wt4":
out west this year? Is this just beginning his hunting career, so similar that they both pickedthe .
your first hunting season in and for new residents who exact tie-breaker score and TENNESSEE __ ALABAMA- "t,
may 7
Florida? Will your son be going not be totally familiar with the result was the first tie in the ',
.
hunting for the first time this Florida's hunting rules and game contest in some time.R.D. N CAROLINA_ TULANE___ _
year? Is your wife afraid of animals. ,
'
firearms? If any of these apply, Many sportsmen attend the TEXAS ARKANSAS "f .I:
J *
the Hunter end Firearms
Safety course for a refresher and to MIAMI "
HOUSTON ._. ; : t
Course being offered f
the
by
their
accompany children and :.
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Florida Game and Fresh Water wives. Some have found their GA.TECH. AUBURN' -. l..') .
Fish Commission is recom- wives' (' .
negative outlook on ... ..
mended. hunting and shooting sports is ,,;...... OKLAHOMA ST_ MISSOURI : ,:
The ten hour course includes due to a distrust and unfamiliarity ,' .... ... '
sessions in firearms, proper gun with firearms. A i ; MISSISSIPPI FLORIDA----- '
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handling,. hunting rules and session at a hunter and firearms {' '."". .. .;', ....". .....
regulations, animal iden safety training course teachesthe : \ BALTIMORE_ DETROIT -

tification, rifle markmanship, basic "recipe" of firearm i A.,; CHICAGO_ NEW ENGLAND.
survival" and first aid. The safety and wives completing the .'Santangelo : ..
courses are held periodically training are happier with the Stewart, a native of Fayet- TIE BREAKER: Predict final score on game between Miamt"j..
throughout the state year-round. husbands'.hobby. teville Arkansas, and San- and Houston.Indicate winners in other games by a check mark.
Many western states requirethat For information on the time tangelo, a native of Fort
visiting hunters have a and place of the next local class, Lauderdale,Florida,beat out two
hunter-safety certification before telephone the nearest Game Cecil Field balloters who also
BALLOT BOXES for NAS and Cecil Field are located at the Navy
they will issue a hunting license, Commission Office at the turned in ballots with only one Exchanges near the Lay-Away counters or ballots can.be brought to the
a point to consider if you are following: Tallahassee ((904)) 488- miss.They were AK2 William B. respective newspaper offices.Ballots must be In by 1 p.m.every Fridayor
planning a western hunting 4676,Panama City ((904)) 785-5352, Julian and ASC H. D. Eastridge.; they won't be picked up and no.ballots will be accepted at the
newspaper offices after this time.
junket this fall. Lake City ((904)) 752-0353, Their only miss was also the
While Florida does not Lakeland ((813)) 68&-8157, West' Cincinnati game, but their tie-
presently require a hunter-safety Palm Beach ((305)) 683-0748, Ocala breaker scores were higher than

certificate for new hunters, the (904)) 629-8162, Orlando (305)) 295- Stewart's and Santangelo's In REAL ESTATE matters, visit or: call
course is recommended by the 9123 or Miami ((305)) 6617006.

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i ; By Tom McGuckin : ":
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I FOOTBALLThe Atlantic Bowling League New To IntramuralDue .....:- ..."; ""t

first half of Intramural Standings: to a lack of interest, -- ,. .........'_........

S Football ended this season with a VA-45 No. 13-3 Squash has been dropped from .. .. '.......... .
real ,squeaker. VA-105 was NAMTD No.2 13-3 the intramural program. In its r1. .
leading VA-45 by a score of 16-14 place Paddleball has been ad _
VA-174 No.2 11-5 :;;..- ,..
f with just seconds remaining VC-2 10-6 ded. Play is scheduled to com- Wur ,

when Barr of the Blackbirds VS-30 9-7 mence on Monday, October 29th. -
i :1 entered the game and booted a 40 BOQ 9-7 BASKETBALL will start on 5 "" -

yard field goal to sew up the title. Supply '8-8: November at the Station Gym. A

A loss by VA-45 would have VA-174 No. 1 8-8 meeting will be held at 1000 on

j I ,thrown the league into a three- Galley v 7-9 Thursday, October 25 and

i way tie. NAMTD No 1 7-9 representation is,mandatory.
\ VA-45 No.1" 7-9 VOLLEYBALL will again be

; Security 5-11 played this season as there will
1st Half Standings: ,
VA-14 7.1 VA-81 511. be a meeting at 1000 Monday,

VA-174 6-2 Spe.Serv. r 0-16 November 5 at the Station Gym.

f VA-37 6-2 High Seres; J. Kowalik 605 Activities desiring to enter this N

I Marines 4-4 High Game; J. Kowalik 226 program must attend the

.\ \i' NAMTD 4-4 F. Marran 226 meeting.

VA-105' 4-4 W. Bigley 224 LACROSSE: Personnel with
VA-81 3-5 experience in this sport and who
.'' interested in team
are Joining a
2-6
..., VA-83 Golf may register with the Athletic
Medical 1-7 Standings:
Director, ext. 498.Officials .
VA-83 10 r

1 The second half of the season NAMTD I 9 Needed
Basketball officials are
\ got underway Tuesday and saw AMD 9
.
currently needed for the forthcoming
VA-45 win 2 games to get off to a VC-2 < 8
All interested
season.
i', r fast start. They first downed Supply 7
personnel should contact Chief
1
newcomers VS-24 28-0 and then VA-45 7
.
i Wurster at ext. 558. A meeting is
VS-30 by 40-0. VA-174 also won 2 VA-37 7
scheduled to be held at the
games beating VA-103 32-6 and VA-105 6
Station on 18
Gym Thursday,
of The Admin 6
NAMTD by a score 2218.
October at 1130.
\ Marine Barracks also got off to a CLAW-1 5 Although we didn't catch her name its plain to see that this young
NOTICE The Station will
: Gym
good start defeating VA-82 by 6-0 VA-81 4 be closed from October 22 lady Is a firm believer In keeping physically fit. We'd like'to remind,all '

r j and downing VS-3012.0. Ops 2 through October 29 for the you guys and gals to do the same by exercising daily.
I
refinishing of the handball court
.and basketball court. Equipmentfor Scuba club to visit

the outdoor courts is.available
WILSON at the gear locker.
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATININGER PAGE 23

Eagles move into second "

I ; k: ,w X11 FortyNinersjust


within half game of., .firstJax r keep .

The Eagles of VP-16
two important National Possession of second place.
played A win Is what rolling alongJax
League games last week and by NarJax fell they got too as
winning both of them they moved by a 22-8 score when

from third place to second and to and John Jack Ashmore, Dennis Mobley -The Woodpeckers of VP-

within a half game of first. touchdowns White each scored 49 just keep rolling along In the
The first big game of last, week for VP-16 while Ken American Football League and
was with the Marine Barracksand Tharp was the only NarJax the latest team to fall under the

it proved to be quite a pointer.player who managed a six- roller and get flattened was the

defensive .struggle. When the Data Processing DepartmentDPD
final whistle had sounded, neither NDRC ( ) team when they ssuffereda
team had managed to put any drops s 4s 34-0 setback at the hands of VP-

points on the board! and the game Mad FoxesJax 49 last week.

bad to go into overtime. The win was the eleventh

VP-16 left no question as to who The Mad Foxes of VP-5 rtr straight without a loss for the

had penetrated the most in the and NDRC met in a contest to Woodpeckers and it gave them a
overtime period when Bruce decide the fourth place position in r 3V& game lead over second place
Devall broke loose and scored. the American Football League VW-4.
Ashmore added the two-
John
last week and that position was Gary Miller and Roger Catheywere
and VP-16 went home
pointer claimed by NDRC with a 14-0 win. r the ball carriers on four of
with hard fought 8-0 win.
a The game was scoreless at the five touchdowns scored by
second win of the
Their week
halftime but in the second half VP-49. Miller and Cathey each
was their most important when Rommie Johnson and Ike Oliver -- scored two touchdowns with
they met the NarJax No. 1 team. scored touchdowns
for NDRC. Cathey also collecting a two-point
VP-16 had tied NarJax for second Oliver also scored a twopointer.The conversion. Frank Coleman ..:
place with their win over the win gave NDRC a half scored the other VP-49 tOuchdown
Marine Barracks and a win game lead over VP-5 and put and accounted for the other
would give them outright them 2V& games behind third twn-noint conversion.
IDENTIFIED FLYING OB-
place FICEUR.
MATSG JECT These two-VP.16 players -

Dental edges (dark lerseys) and the NarJaxNo. CENTURY 21IMPORTS
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decisions Dragons 7-6 fully aware of what the flying ;
object is and they all want Itbut

MARTDJax Jax Dental moved into the none of them managed to grab it
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a spends.. quiet. evening. together:

f1''J' BASKETBALL MEETING station crown in games that will By LCpI John D.Black
\J NEXT WEEK be played in King Hall (Bldg.563) Jax-In the modern en-
: every weekday from 11 a.m. to 1p.m. vironment of multi-media en-
Jax -- An organizational
tertainment is not
running
meeting for the upcoming in-
CHESS TOURNAMENT THIS generally considered the most
tramural basketball season will
be held at King Hall (Bldg.563)) at WEEKENDJax exciting way to spend an evening
Attention, chessplayers! with the family. One might go so
9:30: a.m.on Wednesday, October
I For all those interested in playingin far as to say it would be
24. All units and commands that
f j a chess tournament,, the outlandish.But such is the case of
> plan on participating in intramural -
i basketball required George Arab Memorial Chess Gunnery Sergeant William
are
Tournament will be. held October Briant and family of Jackson-
; to have team representative
a
t 19-21 at the Holiday Inn located at ville, Florida.
at this meeting.BASKETBALL .
present
f 1-95 and Golfair Blvd. Players of The Briant's have run 8,700
OFFICIALS all abilities are welcome to play. miles together, over the past
NEEDEDJax :
Basketball officials are Trophies and prizes will be given three years. Gunny Briant has : : ,j.
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urgently needed for the upcoming not only to the top expert players, personally accounted for better'' :
but also to the best novice and than 3,700 of those miles, or .
intramural basketball season. If
beginning players. For further approximately the distance from _
are experienced or would like
: you to learn give the Athletic Office a information contact Sue Mc- San Francisco to New York City. ON YOUR MARK-The Briant of NAS Jax are shown getting readyfor
call at Ext. 3239.VARSITY Cranie at 3842458. Spectators are April of 1970 marked the one of their three-mile family runs. Picture Left to right are GySgt
J' TEAM TRYOUT welcome, too.FLORIDA. beginning of the family workouts. William Bryant, Mrs. (Mary) Briant, Billy, Scotty and Kelly. (Photo
Jax -.Tryouts are now being SKINDIVERS The Gunny, an instructor in the by Cpl Jackie Hunt)
j; <, held for both the NAS Jax Varsity MEETING Aviation Electrician's School at family up to three miles," he placed fourth in the one-mile
} Basketball and Varsity Jax The 'Florida Skindivers NAS Jacksonville, returned from added.Three miles may not seem event, Mary took third place in
\ Volleyball teams. The basketball Association'will be coming to the overseas feeling he was over- like a great distance, but con- the six-mile contest and Dad
tryouts are every night except Orange Park Holiday Inn Motel weight and "needed to do some sidering the children_ are all came in fifteenth in the twentysix -
Friday night at 7 p.m. and the November 3-4 for their annual extra jogging to alleviate the under 11 years old changes one's mile marathon. Kelly, the
{ volleyball tryouts are held every meeting. problem." perspective on the feat. young lady of the family, did not
Thursday night at 7 p.m. in There will be movies, talks, a But even after 'the weight The family, Billy ((10)), Scotty compete in the meet, but has run
Rosendahl Gym (Bldg. 513). All buffet and a competitive Swim problems was eliminated, the (9)), Kelly ((5)) Mary (Mrs. three miles in less than twenty-
eligible personnel are invited to ,Fin Meet at Magnolia Lake. desire to run remained "As I Briant) and the Gunny, not only five minutes.
attend the tryouts.VOLLEYBALL. There will also be Scuba displaysas began to take an interest in train together but often enter Running has done more for the
SEASON well as artifact and shell running,"he recalls, "I found my competition together. In the Briants than keep them slim and
STARTINGJax displays. wife und children wanting to be a Valentine Running Festival heldat trim. "Running brings the family
The intramural For ticket information and part of it, too." Elgin Air Force Base, Florida, closer together and gives us
volleyball season will begin playon further details, contact Mrs. "We started out at a pace the the Briants fared charac- enjoyable things to do together,"
Tuesday, October 23. Ten Mavis Bennett at 771-7239 or Mr. children would be comfortable at teristically well. Billy finished SySgt.Briant stated with a proud
teams will competing for the Peter Rich at 2647825. and gradually worked the whole fifth in the two-mile run, Scotty and satisfied smile.


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