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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 1973
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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The word Halloween is really a contraction of the phrase All, .
Hallows Eve. All Hallows Eve is simply the evening preced -1-- -

ing All Saints Day which is a very beautiful and meaningful Halloween The children's they're the same age level. Dress RehearsalReview

Christian festival. night for "Trick or Treat," Young children should be the safety rules before .
Perhaps you have wondered how the present concept of "Ghosts and Gob I i n s" and
adult or a responsible -
supervised by an the kids set out:
Halloween became associated with a significant day in the "Haunts and Horrors." Unfor-
older child. Use the cross walks, and
life of the church.Well,it all began in the fourth century A.D. tunately, some of these horrorsare
traffic signals.
The Emperor Diloletian had persecuted the Christian all too real! Never enter a home and, if obey. 4
Never start into the street
Church and its members with greater intensity than any on Halloween there are certain homes that are
Every year
other person up to that time. So many Christians had been put many children suffer from auto off limits, arrange the route so from. between parked the sidewalk cars. and
to death under his reign that it was impossible to remember falls, that the children avoid those Stay on
accidents, fire injuries,
if there is walk to the left
none,
all of them. A special day of remembrance was appointed to
cuts, bruises and even poisoned spots.
honor all who had given up their lives to preserve the Christian of the road facing 'traffic.
faith. This was called All Saints,Day. treats. Set a reasonable time limiton Make sure the costume has a
How can you insure a safe, and fitting and that the child i
In 609 A.D., a beautiful pagan temple in Rome called the trick-or-treating insist proper
Pantheon was converted to a Christian Church. It had been enjoyable evening for your chil- that the children keep within can move freely.

constructed in the year 27 B.C.and- was then dedicated to all dren? Be sure they know the those limits! Are there any animals on the

the pagan gods of that day. possible dangers and show them route ahead? Advise the tots

The Christians rededicated it to Mary, the mother of Jesus, how to avoid those dangers. to avoid dogs, even if they know

and all the saints who had gone to their reward. An annual Risky Roadways Costume Safety them-they might not recognizethe

Christian festival was set aside to honor the occasion. A century Children may become care- child in a costume.

later one of the chapels in St. Peter's Church in Rome less from excitement and run Following are some tips that

was named for All The Saints and the day of Nov. was the into the road. Remember, dusk, make halloweens safer but justas Checking the TreatsInsist J

day chosen to honor the occasion. the time of trick-or-treating, is scary: that the children bring t

Nov. 1 became one of the great Christian days of celebra also the time when driver's visibility Hairspray can create special home the treats for inspection .

tion throughout the church and was dignified by ardent preparation is at its poorest. effects and it's safer than before they begin eating! Fruit

the evening before the day of celebration. In the old Dangerous Dress flammable false hair. A 'flash- should be washed and cut into j

English language the word for sanctify was hallow (remember Loose costumes, bulky treat light is just as eerie as the small pieces to make sure nothing -

"Hallowed be Thy Name", in the Lord's Prayer?). bags, unsafe shoes (like mom's dangerous flame of a candle. has been placed inside.

Sanctify means to set apart. So the day we call All Saints high heels) are a menace. Fluorescent strips taped 'onto Throw out unpackaged can

Day was first called All Hallows Day and the preceding eve Masks reduce vision and a sharpor bags, hats, and hems increase dies and popcorn. Do the same

ning was naturally called All Hallows Evening and later pointed toy weapon could be visibility in the dark and create with candy inside loose or' torn .

was shortened to Hallowe'en. :, v._ lethal.!, Many costumes are dark some ghostly effects, too. By wrappings! J.J
The superstition surrounding Halloween regarding ghosts, and hard to see. the way, make' sure the kids If you _should discover''' any '
witches and hobgoblins comes from England long before the .' Frightful Flames aren't ,too greedy. That bag thing wrong with the "treats" IA"
Christian era where it was the custom to light large bonfireson should not be too child
Open flames from jack-o-lan- big for your child brings home, reportit
the the last 'in October ward off evil
hilltops evening to
to handle. the
to police immediately.
terns, and candles could fire a
spirits.It .
was believed that on this night the spirits of the departedwere billowing costume or a false Makeup- is safer than a mask For ResidentsFor

allowed to return to earth and visit their former homes wig.. Treacherous Treats which can obscure vision.: Toy your own protection from

and friends. weapons should be made out of the little goblins, practice these
Can imagine bladesin
you razor cardboard so the child won't be common sense rules:
,an apple? Some sick minds
injured if he falls on them.Is Greet the children at the door
have inserted tacks in ,
popcorn the costume flame-proof? but don't encourage them to
needles and pins in candy and
Here's an easy at-home methodof come inside. Keep a light on
have the "treats.
poisoned
making cotton material flame so they can see their way up

I About the cover. I resistant: combine 7 oz. of Bo- your steps. Remove any loose
Talk It Over rax, 3 oz. of boric acid, and 3 objects from the pathway so the

quarts of hot water. (Make a children won't trip. Wrap the
Before the big night and just paste from the Borax and a lit- goodies, if loose or homemade,

Jax Ron Bayles, the Jax Air News roving before the children leave, out- tle hot water, then add the rest and why not add your name to

photographer, was on hand at the Pediatric Ward when line.' the plans ,for the evening. of water and boric acid, stirring the package so parents will

Lara Reinauer turned the tables (or should be say, Decide on a route. You,may until clear.) Dip the costume< in know where it's from?
have to locate the children in a the solution, wetting it Halloween is
,com- Thankfully, a
stethascope) on Dr. Seumners. Lara ,is the daughter of hurry and it'll to know -
pay pletely, and let it dry. This process one-night affair and for those
Lt. and Mrs. James R. Reinauer of VP-5. where they are.. must be repeated if the cos- who practice sensible precautionit

,. Keep the children in groupsof tume is washed. Remember, it remains frightfully wonderful -
about 3 or ,4 and make sure won't work on synthetic fabrics. !

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The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Freedom Letters deadline nearThe I

distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station,

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing' Company, a Valley Forge Patriots D.C.,and the George Washington Your entry need not be,.a "Ietter" -
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Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. Forge offers you the opportunityto less than 100 or no"mote'thin
News Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118; express your thoughts on your letter is selected for a words in length If let_ style is
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or or
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available for purchase, use or patronage without ,; to not lobby. H ,is! nonsectarian, $1,000, plus an encased George imaginary.
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user, or 'patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of 'this' dedicated furthering the'cause two best letters-one from an active -
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the of freedom and man's God-given duty member and one from a Little time remains. Be sure to

refusal to print advertising' from that source. dignity. reserve component member include your full name,' social

Advertisements solicited earn principal awards for their security 'number, complete military -
are by the publisher and
queriesconcerning More than 400 active duty and
such should be.directed to: members authors. Or, you may receive one address, service or reserve
reserve of the U.S.
of up to fifty $100 and George component and your complete
Armed Forces
were recipients of
Washington Honor Medals orone permanent home address.

jjj$.;f THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY tion awards at Valley from Freedoms.Forge in the Founda-1970 ,of up to fifty $50 and George
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Your letter-addressed to Free-
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cash awards, a VIP Trip to will be invited to Valley Forge. than 500 words, "Human'

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formance acrobatic pilot inhere i I the United States, will be

Nov. 3 and 4 as "Naval Aviation SalutesY : : j

Jacksonville with a two-da air show. '- ) 3 .

Corkey's only 27 years old, but driven fighters built in the United t-' '
he's no to the air show ,.
newcomer States. Designed as a shipboard :
circuit. He started thrilling fighter for the Navy, it,was not ::
audiences back In 1963 with his P- completed soon enough to see _
51 "Mustang" and in 1969 movedto action in World War II; however, I\ S \
the F8F "Bearcat". it served with the Fleet from 1946
With the help of his father, he until 1951 as a.first line Navy
formed the "Bearcats"theworld's fighter.

first High Performance The "Bearcat" still holds the y f
Civilian Flight Demonstration propeller-driven aircraft record l r

Team-in late 1969. for climb from a standing start to V ;'
He has performed in every 10,000 feet in 92 seconds. car

major air show in the United NAS Jax will open its gates to ? ; '-
States,Canada and the Bahamas, the public at 10 a.m. both days. k
\\ usually on programs with one of All proceeds obtained through -
the military flight demonstrationteams. concessions and preferred PUTS ON A NEW HAT-AXC Larry Gibson is frocked to his present rank at, VP-49 as Cdr. J.D
will Funderburk (Left),VP-4 skipper, and LCdr. Cliff Vanderslp, VP-49 Maintenance Officer offer their
parking be donated to the
The F8F Corkey will be flying Naval Aviation Museum in congratulations.
here is ,the last of the propeller- Pensacola.
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"Red Devils", a Title in 1970-71 and 1972. In addition
civilian formation aerobatic he placed third in the 1972

team, will be among the many World Championships.Tom .
acts featured at next weekend'sair Jax-Fleet Reserve Association
flys Right Wing, finished
show. second to Gene at the 1972 U.S. Branch and Unit 91 will host a
The Red Devils bring the Nationals and placed sixth in the \, I children's Halloween Party
f highest of credentials possible in 1972 World Competition. \ Tuesday, Oct. 30, at the Branch
their members Charlie Home Collins Road)
t team As members of the five-man ((5391 i
Hillard, Gene Soucy and Tom 1972 U.S. Acrobatic Team, __ ,beginning at 7:30: p.m. s
All rank individually All Branch and Unit members
j Poberenzny. high Charlie, Gene and Tom helped
in world competition. bring the World Title back to the ... having children from 2 to 12 yearsof
age are cordially invited to
Charlie, the leader of the team, United States for the second of \'
bring them out for an evening
is the reigning World Acrobatic consecutive year.
Trick or Treat entertainment.
Champion. Gene, flying Left Their combined scores won the ; ___ _SSSS Children of eligible members,are ,
Wing, has,won the UJS. National Nesterov Cup, emblematic of a tt also welcome. ''I'\

world acrobatic supremacy.. I Festivities for the evening will 1 r

'\> In 1972 they performed at, such include games,costume contests, f
5AY1S. major shows as Transpo 72 in followed
prizes and movies, by
Washington, D.C., Cleveland, !f refreshments.A .
BO/Yps p
ARE Ohio, Kansas City, Kansas and x Game Night for the adults

the "Blue Angels Homecoming"in PATWING SAILOR OF THE QUARTER-DP2 Mary L."Angelo Is will start at 8 p.m.
sNro Pensacola. They also per- congratulated by Capt. A.P. Lesperance, COMPATWING 11,for being For additional information,
YfANFtoRaN formed at the large grand final selected the Wing's Sailor of the Quarter for the period from Octoberto contact Joe Bodin, Branch 91
air show for the "72 World December. The selection was based on her "iniative and competent Activities Chairman, at 77M892
Championships in Salon-de- performance"during her two years on the Wing's staff. or Ben Nugent at 264-9166.
Provence, France.
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form an exciting formation .
demonstration, but also exhibit .
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in awe of the talents of '.. J. ,
these airmen. ,
young L, ".
-, Come out and see them Nov. 3 L ",: 0 ,t
and 4 as "Naval Aviation Salutes I II '"
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At Quarters held aboard the USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CVA-47),
CDR J.D.Taylor,Commanding Officer of Attack Squadron Forty-Six,
recognized A23 David J.Laverty as VA-4's"Clansman"of the Month
for August 1973.

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y Commendation. The awards were for each man's excellent performance 174presented LT. J. H. Yeager
I while embarked in USS FORRESTAL from 22 September with Air Medals 2 through 11 and
\ 1972 to 6 July 1973. Pictured from left to right are: AQ1 Philips, AZ1 two Navy Commendation Medals
German,AT2 Hyde,ADJC Murray,AE1 Powers, CO CDR Dickerson, plus a Gold Star in lieu of 2nd
: AT1 Hartwell, ADJC Fagan, A02 Wilson, AE1 Walter, ADJ1 award.
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Dickerson: CO of the Sun liners.

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Job reclassification :or ...... : f_ J ""

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policy has changes :

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The U.S. .
Civil Service Commission has reduced from 50 to 20 the'
number of jobs a Federal agency can reclassify In a block to a higher
grade level without prior consultation with the Commission.

Consultation is also required when fewer than 20 jobs are concerned if .
there is a possibility that the reclassification will have a"ripple" effect .....
either within that agency or in other agencies that align their
classification practices with those of the agency contemplating the


change.Calling on all managers to avoid the consequences of a classification

error the Commission said: "It is imperative that [IweJ} have an opportunity
for prior consultative involvement in proposed agency
classification or job grading decisions of major import.

The Commission identified four objectives of such consultation: I GANGERca

1. To assure that a proposed re-classification is reasonable and within :
the intent of governing standards, and that it identifies any need for
revision of the standards. I

2. To insure that the proposal for upgrading has the full personal
attention of top management in the agency ; 1

3. To assess the possible effects of the proposed action on similar :
positions in other agencies -, :
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.. ... final check before its test flight. Shown (L-R) are: Lt. L.H. McKay of NAS Flight. Support; RobertE.
Jax--The: National Touring Drama Desk Awards and several Keckley from NARF 5323 LCdr. R.L. Norris, NARF 52 Project Officer and ADJ2 V.E.
Company will present "God 'spots in Variety's Critic Poll. Heydenrelch from NARF Flight Testing. With the closing of NAS Quonset Point, Jacksonville will '.
spell" Saturday at 8:15 in the The "Godspell" cast record become the,only rework point for the S-2. The added workload from the "Trackers" will fill the void '}
Civic Auditorium. won a Grammy Award for Best left with the phaseout of NARF's A-4 "Skyhawk"program. i

The musical adaptation of the Score and "Day By Day", taken
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Gospel of St. Matthew, "God- from the play, is a hit single. !
spell" is part of the 1973-74 Artist Tebelak, "Godspell's 24yearold a
Series presented by the Florida creator-director, was named t
Junior College at JacksonvilleFJC most promising director by the '
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The play was conceived and Drama Desk Awards went to

directed by John-Michael Schwartz, the composer-lyricist, 1 00% GUARANTEED USED CARS i
Tebelak,with music and lyrics by and Susan Tsu, the costume
Stephen Schwartz.It designer. 73 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 72 BUICK SKYLARK 2 dr. I
opened May 17, 1971 at the Productions of "Godspell" are 2 dr. H.T., Polar White with H.T.,Ascot Silver with White j
Cherry Lane Theatre in New growing at a rate which will Blue Int, auto trans, AC, Vinyl top, auto trans, AC,
York's Greenwich Village and make it the second most popular inAnericaBuy P.S., P.B., AM-FM Stereo P.S., P.B. & A.M. Radio Low|
moved in August of that year to attraction in the country, 'outdistanced Radio Rally II Wheels & mileage I "

the Promenade Theatre,where it only by "Hair". U,S.Savings Bonds Radial tires. Extra clean. $2895 ,J.t
plays to sold-out audiences every Tickets are available at the f
night. Civic Auditorium Box Office. $4695 72 PONTIAC CATALINA I

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Angeles, London, Paris, Boston, THE HAREM Green Int., auto trans, AC, Cordova top, auto trans, AC,
Washington, Toronto, San P.S.,, P.B. & A.M. Radio. P.S., P.B. P.W. & AM Radio
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Theatre Arts Conference, four I trans, AC, P.S.P.B., P.W. & Low mileage t t

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2 dr. H.T., Wilderness Green
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SWITCH TO 73 PONTIAC GRANDVILLE Green Buckets, auto trans, I
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with White Cordova top, auto Power Door locks, tilt wheel,
Reserve Training Unit trans, AC, P.S., P.B., P.W., cruise control, AM-FM I
(RTU-203) completed two weeksof AM.FMStereo Radio & Stereo Radio, Stereo tape & \
annual active duty here Rally I II I Wheels. Double Rally I II I Wheels. Extra clean 1

Friday.The 16 officers and 69 enlisted : Sharp. $3295 ,

Selected Air Reservists flew over $4695
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700 hours while ground crews I 1
SPORT 2 dr. H.T., Lime
kept the squadron's aircraft D riRstCONVENIENT 72 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
Green with Green Cordova
2dr. H.T.S.J., Revere Silver
availability at a high level unsurpassed -
in recent training with Black Cordova top & top & Green Buckets auto)
White Buckets, auto trans, trans, AC, P.S., P.B. Console ,
periods.The highlights of the cruise I AC, P.S., P.B., P.W., P.S., & AM Radio. Like new 1 '.

came during the second week NO SALES CHARGE' ;' .:;'": vi.-. AM-FMStereo Rdio & Stereo $2695

when the unit joined up with j N0 MAN AGE MEN! FEES tape. One owner 71 PONTIAC FIREBIRD-- !
reserve Marine forward air MINIMUM INVESTME NT V1700 $3995
ESPIRIT 2 dr. H.T., ".
controllers from Detroit, Mich.
SUBJECT TO AVAM.ABIUTY Rosewood with Sandalwood
Over 20 tons of live ordnance was FLORIDA RE SI DE NTS ONLY 72 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE Cordova top & Sandalwood .
dropped on targets in close air I 4 dr. H.T., Birttany Beige AC, P.S., ,
under Send Coupon for information Int., auto trans
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simulated combat conditions. = EVERS & ASSOCIATES : AC, P.S., P.B. & AM Radio. Stereo Tape & Rlly II
the A-4L"Skyhawk"
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the unit's primary concern is = TELEPHONE 26 .4400 1. $3295 $2795

readiness. In a national NAME wl SAVE ON EXECUTIVE CARS DEMONSTRATORS
emergency, it could be called 18to CHOOSE FROM
upon to fly all-weather air strikesin : ADDRESS ::
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11 i 24 things you can do to


t help the environmentJaxWant

J.ii:
to help the en- walk?
vironment, but don't know whereto 13. Respect and preserve
start wildlife habitats.
Here are some suggestions: 14. Leave parks and camping
1. Keep the land clean and free grounds in the condition you
from litter. would like to find them.
2. Use scrap paper. It has two 15. Support pesticide control
sides, you know. measures. 3
3.Donate old magazines, books 16. Put up a purple martin .'3 rx
and clothing to groups like the house in your yard (they can eat $y
Salvation Army or Goodwill their.own weight in flying insects
t Industries. Someone needs them. each day). / /
4. Make and use litterbags. 17. Display Johnny Horizon :
: 5. Organize a cleanup cam- posters and decals as remindersto _
paign for your neighborhood, help "Clean Up America For
school, park or recreation Our 200th Birthday." V
areas..anywhere it's needed. 18. Know local agencies involved I
6. Write your Congressman.Make with environmental _f _
your feelings known on quality control. Report
bills affecting the environment. violations.
7. Invite a qualified speaker to 19.' Make local news media :i_ J L
address your group on en- aware of your interest in 4 _
vironmental concerns. adequate coverage of en-
8. Use local recycling centers. vironmental news. CAREER COUNSELOR CITED-PNC William H. Brown is awarded the Navy Achievement Medalby
U there aren't any where you 20. to Cdr.J.B.Kramer,VP-54 skipper. Now serving as the "Dragons" Career Counselor,he earned the
Support legislation
j ment.live, work for their establish- protect endangered wildlife award while serving in Destroyer Squadron 18's Career Counselor Program at Key West.

9. Support sound' en- species. ; p L_ _
21. As a consumer, use your $ -
vironmental education in1 _
courses __
purchasing power wisely. __
l your children's schools. l "-:' -! -::-- :
b 10. Use unleaded gas and have 22. Help conserve natural _
: and have an emission control resources.Use no more than your
W device installed on your car. share. Protest waste whereveryou yhr
r 11. Grow a plant..plant a tree. find it. _
; Green plants improve the air you
"' breathe. 23. Encourage the establish-
ment of bicycle lanes and trails.
12. Use public transportation.Ride
a bicycle or walk to schoolor 24. Learn all you can aboutecology
I work. Why ride when you can and the environment.
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with squadron members during a Captain's Call aboard USS Independence. In addition to the talk
with their commanding officer,the men also heard department leaders discuss both past events and
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I S-3A 'Viking' starts Navy acceptance tests |rl rlREADY



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Jax-The S-3A "Viking" antisubmarine warfare ASW) aircraft is j
now undergoing Navy Board of Inspection and Survey (BIS) trials at
the Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, Md. f"
NAS Cecil Field is scheduled to get its first "Vikings" in late 1974 or
early 1975.During .
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the trails, the last major development hurdle facing the new t
carrier-based subhunter before it joins the fleet early next year, Navy ;:
PvI. I rr pilots will subject four production Vikings to six months of detailed .j
weapons system testing.

Y Conducted under fleet operational conditions, the testing is designed .,
to verify the aircraft's readiness for carrier service.

The Viking enters BIS trials with extensive flight time acquired on
the eight prototypes during the S-3A's 20-month development

program, now approximately 95 percent complete.
Navy, Lockheed and Vought Systems Division test pilots flew the I
prototypes for more than 2,600 hours and explored the aircraft's entire
flight envelope while evaluating its qualifications for the carrier based t
4 ASW role.
Navy pilots alone flew the S-3 for more than 390 hours while con ,
ducting four Navy preliminary evaluations. The last of these, conducted *
in August, verified the aircraft's readiness for the BIS trials.
During the final evaluation,'20 Navy personnel flew the aircraft for
176 hours on 40 flights, the most ever flown during a single evaluationof
'r'a : y a new fleet aircraft, according to Cdr. Robert Kraft, the Navy team
leader.


S-3A performance has exceeded requirements for maximum

altitude and speed, minimum combat radius and range, single engine
'rate of climb at sea level on a hot day and approach speed.
The Naval Air Test Center testified to the Viking's structural and

functional integrity in a report on the results of, the aircraft's

TO TAKE THEIR TESTSSeven Navy S-3A"Vikings get their final check before starting suitability demonstrations.The .
Board of Inspection and Survey trails. The Viking is scheduled to loin the fleet early next year. report noted that the functional flights of the S-3A verified total
system performance, that there was an absolute minimum of

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:1:1TORRANCE'S Cub Scoutsgo suitability testing, were practically nonexistent.The .

L KITCHEN I II I IndianJaxCub report also described the S-3A's flying qualities following

catapult launches as"very good"and said that there was a significant

.. _-... improvement in nose and main-gear tire wear compared to previous ,I

Jax-Those who have followed the recipes appearing in this column Scout Pack 251, aircraft used in carrier demonstrations. 4
may have formed the opinion that Torrance's Kitchen is a cornucopiaof sponsored by AIMD, will hold its Acknowledged to be the most comprehensive and demanding
desserts and sweets. We do enjoy them, but their presence on the October Pack Meeting tomorrowat development program ever required for a new fleet aircraft, the S-3A
table is not as representative as their appearance here.A 7 p.m. at the NAS Jax Picnic program set an outstanding record for schedule performance. ,
very simple pound cake is in store for our readers this week. The Grounds. All of the major technical development milestone accomplishments,
"Indians" is the theme and the required by the Navy as a condition for an S-3A production go-ahead,
joy of this cake is that it is not only delicious, but it remains tasty for
days.It Boy Scouts "Order of the Arrow" .were demonstrated two to three months ahead of schedule. l

freezes'well and can be made ahead of time and taken out when. dancers will be on hand to en- a
Other
with authenic Indian milestone completions required by contract to maintain ;
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needed.
It's great for a shortcake with fresh fruit and whipped cream.
, costumes and dances. program schedule were also accelerated. The punishing carrier
Pound Cake
I Mr. Bill Yetts will be the suitability tests, scheduled to take ten months, were completed in
INGREDIENTS: Vz Pound butter or oleo, 3 Cups sugar,'1 Teaspoon
with his full Indian seven.
vanilla, Ih Teaspoon salt, 6 Eggs (separated), 3 Cups flour, Vt special guest
Despite the fact that the cost
Chief costume and special Cub program ceilings were established in
Teaspoon baking soda, % Pint sour cream.
Scout-Indian ceremonies and 1969 and the work has been performed in the subsequent period of
Thoroughly cream butter and sugar, add vanilla and salt. Blend in record inflation
rituals. projections show development costs will be under
egg yolks one at a time, beating well after each. Add sifted dry
will contract ceiling, according to Fred Lockheed's
Cub Master Wayne Woelz Jacques, S-3A
ingredients alternately with sour cream. Fold in stiffly beaten egg
whites. preside over the meeting, program manager.

Bake in 10-inch stem pan for \V\hours at 350 degrees. Cool in pan for assisted by Larry Schauder
Committee Chairman) and
30 minutes before turning out on rack
Although our supply of recipes is almost endless,contributions from Chuck Strickler (Webelos
Leader .
our readers are solicited. Credit will be given in the column for any )
is invited to
Everyone cordially
recipes used.
Servicemen
join with the Cub Scouts and .
families of Cub Scout Pack 251 in
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Open for your convenience 6 a.mslO p.m..
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WHOLESALE D PICK.UP & DELIVERY
PRICE TO EVERYONE 1505 Cassat Ave. Phone 389-1184
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"9 CONVENIENT JAX AREA LOCATIONS
OPEN MECHANIC ON DUTY PUNNING A LEAVE? BUYING A CAR? IF

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,"u,."'.:t.., Jax Shore Patrol's a friend... I

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negotiate
By Cpl.Jackie Hunt Office carry him to his command.We who populate the south during the
Affairs
' ,' uowsuswucoMarr GIFTS MATSG Public actually save him the moneyhe winter months in an effort to spot
Jax For decades there has would have to pay a bonding tourist or military victims. The
I Nautical, CharM +Outriggers Nautical/ Wr..r
i ,Paints .FHh Bnjcr *Rurgtt Jackttt f EJI::! I been a common belief among agency to get him out of jail." r1lm- am artists have an uncanny
1 Hardware ltiis *Table wear iviiiuoKRepair : servicemen that the Military One change in Shore Patrol eye for spotting ser
t Materials .AeTuoriea.Othir Goodies Police was an organization policies is the virtual elimination vicemen.
WET STORAGE>MARINE HOISTS-HUIL SERVICE'YACNT BROKER designed to harrass servicemenwho of barpatrols. At one time it wasa
EHPEMT ENGINE SEtVICC OUTIOAKO. STERN DRIVE INSOAHO liberty. Servicemen are warned by the
to
tIC THE elected go on occurance to see a
NEWEST OATS. MOTORS (CANOES*4 TRAILERS common
be the situation Shore Patrol to avoid strangers in
While this may team moving
PIER 17 MARINA INC. the truth military police the downtown area asking
elsewhere, it's far from from one bar to another in searchof
a in the Jacksonville area. The servicemen.Odds directions to motels, or making
wrong-doing
ROOSEVELT ILVO it ORTEGA RIVER,
irresistable
... Jacksonville Area Shore Patrol won't see this now. seemingly offers.
..... are you
JIC
t Pr. wM9Vm gIrVf W (JASP) HELPS the serviceman. first change to the The lost"stranger"is usually a
M Fr n will
Robert Cain, con-man, partner soon
Sergeant
BOATS,MOTORS-CANX. Gunnery Shore Patrol's modus operandi!
I Ttlund+ bjrd. Starcraft Mfg Troan| .Grumman .Craft J7I NCOIC of the JASP, is one of the was the reduction of this prac- appear to set you up.
L. I I f I I I I | | | -j [ first to explain the local unit's
position. "A lot of people think tice.Now Master-at-Arms Chief Jimmie
the Shore Patrol is down here to only one bar in Collins heads the Shore Patrol'sown
file complaints against them, but Jacksonville is checked AWOL apprehension team.
r Let GAC we're not. It's our job to inform a regularly, this because it is off This unit is responsible for
limits. He explains that his men
command of charges against checking ,on reported AWOLs in
their men", he says. "If a do not enter any bars in searchof the Jacksonville area. Chief
I command backs us, we can servicemen unless they are Collins admits. 'this doesn't help
usually get a man out of civil jailin called by civil authorities. our reputation.any, but it has to
two hours on minor offenses". Patrols, however, are being be done."
Gunny Cain explains that the stepped up during the winter
f I putajinglein Shore Patrol is very conscious of months in an effort to warn The Shore Patrol doesn't enjoy
the image they present to the military men who are potential everything that they have to do.
,, military public.He quickly pointsout victims of con-men. According to But there's a lot of satisfaction in
"People picked up on civil Shore Patrol statistics, October knowing you have helped
charges are not our prisoners.We marks the beginning of the someone. The Shore Patrol
are more like a taxi-service. We 'Snow-Bird' !

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\iii Representative, checks with clerk Sheryl Page to find out if any servicemen are being held 'in the
Duval County Jail.
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more money than you thought you'd need. GAC 1 AU
wants to lend you all the money you'll need to help w 1 :, I .

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You don't have to make a lot to borrow a lot at GAG.

The size of your loan depends on many things: the 'lI1t'We I BLAND-'HO' BLVD.
(Next to Plc'n Save at 103rd St.)
; bills you have or have had. What you own or want-to Can Fit Any Make Auto PHONE 772-0500
. buy. The kind of work you do. And, because you Light Hook-up or Truck! :::::: :: : : ;;:::$;$; "::1:::1:; ::t
, uniform the kind of work do rates
wear a you very Serving Entire West
high with GAC. A steady income makes easier' for Jacksonville Large Selection of

you to get a loan. But, more important, GAC wantsto MADE CUSTOM FRAMES& READY-

serve you because you. serve your country. UHAULA : MIRRORS
I Whatever whateverthe .
your needs PRINTS andORIGINAL

reason, let GAC put a jingle in o PAINTINGS
your dutflebag.JACKSONVILLE. : :: r.."? :r: ::r.% r::*:::$jr:;

FLORIDA TRUCK & TRAILER RENTALS 10 OFF!
Q 5132 Blanding Blvd.D 3130 Atlantic Blvd. GAG %
771-0940 3981677Q > "Formerly AI's Westslde U-Haul"
O 1001 Park:!St. 5555 Norwood Avenue
355-5494, : 744-7745 Finance 4807 BLANDING BLVD PHONE 771-$092 ...to all.. military ptrtannelw '
'0 30 W. Dual St. a Highland Shopping Center .. (Next door .,, .
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A JOB THAT HAS TO BE DON E-Master-at-Arms. Chief Jimmie Collins checks a traller.for a L.
reported AWOL serviceman

chief say-

Air ShowNov. Dig !

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c'' Custom made
/ Tire. .
Moccasins $12.95 and
HITCH /
for the ,
,atatLcM,: 5943 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 7728020Open
OVER? 7 Days a Week Hunter"Premium


From mighty to mini, '

: Well hitchJour- Honda,& .BMW of North.Floridahas I High Q95V '
wagon to a star!
Performance From I
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Morrison's is one of the Tire
top names in the fast- I
growing hospitality and
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food service Industry.

Morrison's Admiral Cafeteriasand Benbow I 1000x15 TRU TRAC
Inns.with their fine re: '
putatlon for quality, are 1100x15 TRUTRAC1000x15
located throughout ,the '. CROSSCUT
South. And Morrison's
manages food service 90.0x15 MILITARY TREAD '
facilities ,in hospitals, I
nursing homes, schools, TIRES FOR ALL JTPES OF RECREATIONAL VEHICLES
office buildings, industrial r14
plants, restaurants, Special PAINTED;WHEELS 4 ;
and private clubs. Now
here's the pitch : For Pickup Trucks JI
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Morrison's is always II I ; and off the road
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care. Care about them. I I : Vehicles 4 '
selves. Care about oth
ers. Care about the fu FLORIDA'S NUMBER ONE DEALER i4
ture. And care about a Complete Line of Parts and Accessories Other Sizes Available I
profession they can take Best Prices and Service In Florida.
pride In. If you're that
kind of person, why not YOU MEET THE NICEST PEOPLE AT.. I :
find out if Morrison's Is
the right star to hitch

your information wagon, to.write For: full Bfvl W TIRE COMPANY

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t Capt. W. O. Wirt, Commander HS Wing One.Welcome.

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Retired or being discharged

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}: and Beer you can drink.HAPPY Northeast Florida's >& \
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Shown (L-R) are: Dick Doeschler, President of the Jax Navy League; Early Huntley, representingDuval
av u County; Capt. W.O.Wirt, HS Wing One skipper; Don Patterson, Mayor of Orange Park. and
Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax C.O.

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PHOTOS BY .

PHI BILL GALLIGAN




We Feature a Complete Line Of I'f

DISCOUNT FURNITURE!

&-:p. .* ESPECIALLY SELECTED FOR aEC,2", ,:
APARTMENT AND MOBILE HOME FOLKSI
OUR SPECIALTY IS CUSTOM FURNISHING : ;: c (T Tds !
MOBILE HOMES AT HUGE SAVINOS1

ANSON MOBILE HOMES, ,

ROOSEVELT BLVD PHONE 388.1566 q. <.i'! : Fktx
(Vi Mile North of NAS Jax Main Gate)
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I\I RATE IN TOWN .

S.rsvlc.p.rsonri.l.
This big fella comes: attached to your Do yourself favor and adopt the big
share account at the Jax Navy guy.5%per cent deserves a place In
Federal Credit Union. You just your heart-and In your savings.
I 1t>'.r r t won't be able to match him at any Come- In and let us show you that our ,
bank or saving & loan association bite Is every bit as delightful as our.
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DUV HAS JAX,Bldg.N ROOSEVELT PHONE 781.1191.. MALL HAS CECIL FIELD.Bldg.21 "
I I 772.9IuorB.seExt.215
MOTORS Hours T..311.5622orB.neExt.U31;lY1on" FrI I.'AM. '.30PM Hours..Mon..Frl.Sat tAM.1PM 10AM.5.30PM; Hours;Mon..Fr''.";30AM.3'30PM; .
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V are: Sgts. D.B. Lewis. Williams, D. Obeso T.R. Broadwater, R.E.
Barth, R.C.Melton C.E. Young H.L.Austin, C.L. Harris, J.A. Bowen,
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C.O.,reads a "Meritorious Mast"citing Cpl. Trosclair's efforts in the Corrections field. He was cited
for being "exceptionally valuable in conference or group work" and having the ability to reconcile
divergent views in order to form solutions to problems.


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SATISFACTION OF A 'J \
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lOW RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PAN d f
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ADDS A STRIPE-Sgt. G.E. Holt Is congratulated by LtCol. Kent
INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE.AGENCY.. after being promoted to his present rank.
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"TWO OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU" SEE MOON MULLINS
Formerly Continental Insurance Underwriters (LCdr USN,Rt.)AT .
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'47? ROOSEVELT BLVD 2t 0 MAY PORT ROAD Claude. Nolan up your
(Near HAS) (Near NS)
Phone 311-7474 Phone 24*.549 .1 Jax-Your weekend will be one hour longer this

f 37 MAIN ST- PHONE 3S3-3W2 week! -
Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday
I I' morning, so remember to set your timepieces

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Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than Tuesday for
arriving too late for this deadline will be published PUblication the following Thursday. Ads
the
structed otherwise. A check or money order for fOllowing week unless the publisher Is In.
the cost of the ad must be received WITH the - - - - ..
copy.
RATE'minimumTEMPORARYJOBS charge (lines) ..$2.00 .
Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...SOc Thursday, Oct.25 BIG RIP OFF"Sunday
Mall to HOLT
PUBLISHING CO.,4747 SAN JUAN Oct.28
AVE.,JACKSONVILLE 32210 NAS.4ITHE ALAMO" ,
Historical Drama, Starring John NAS: "LIVE AND LET DIE"

"A it! JEANS PROFESSIONAL Wayne and Richard Widmark.) Action Drama, Starring Roger

a.,. .. DANCE ACADEMY Writ1It.NTAL$t .,, :
Westconnett at 103rd & Orange Park .<.", /.0 ,.",v t_ >
Bellalr HOSPITAL "THE LAST (121 min.)
Civic Bldg., Ballet, WIL7RA1* :
FOR NAVY WIVESAll Tap, Toe, APTs
office skills needed. Long and Jazz, Hula, Tahitian, Baton, & 2BR., Furn., water, sewage & garbage AMERICAN HERO" HOSPITAL : "THE

short assignments. No fee. We Pay acrobatics, Register Now, 771.2521, parking-2 cars, small children, Melodrama, Starring Jeff LAWYERS"
You. 771-5464. 778.3655, Children & Adults small pets o.k. $125. mo., Washer Bridges and Valerie Perrine. Monday Oct.29
HELPERS >8.00, 387-2541 or 387-0744. ,
XTRA 3U-518J
LINENS "PG" (95 min.) NAS: 'TWO MULES FOR

JANITORIAL WORK AT N JAX Bedspreads, Sheets, Pillow Cases & 3BR. HOUSE FOR RENT Friday,Oct.28 SISTER SARA" Comedy

Hours 5-9:30: P.M.. Call 355-2741 ana Towels. All Used. Priced lOc to $1.00 Yd.2Ba.,,$300.Mo.Cpt.. Swimming Pool, Fncd. NAS: "SLAUGHTER'S BIG Starring Shirley MacLaine and

ask for openings at NAS. 3891257. (Ortega Hills). Avail. Jan. 3891257. RIP OFF" Action Drama, Clint Eastwood. "PG" (105 min.)

Royal S.rvlclSlnc. GEORGE'S KENNELS LOCATION OFFICE OR FOR SHOP RENT Starring Jim Brown and Ed HOSPITAL: "LIVE AND LETDIE"

JOIN. THE WONDERFUL WORLD Dogs & Cats Boarded High traffic, central Westslde, on San McMahon. "R" (94 min.)
OF KELLY GIRL Plck-Up & delivery services since Juan between Blending and Cassat. HOSPITAL: 'THE ALAMO" Tuesday,Oct.30

Like variety? You Name It, We haveit. 1925. Grooming, training & shipping. 1200 sq. ft., Air Conditioned, (op Saturday, Oct.27 NAS: "FOUR FLIES ON.

Temporary Part-Time or all the Visitors welcome. BankAmerlcard & tional!), very reasonable rent. Phone NAS "THE LAWYERS" GREY VELVET" Mystery
time, convenient areas, Best firms, Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 near 3873566. :
Highest Pay. Call or stop Into our Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. ,& Drama, Starring Barry Newman Starring Michael Brandon and

Friendly office today. SOlS Edgewood Ct.,389'0064MISCELLANEOUS <. r.il'' ,. .:'" It. and Harold Gould. "R" (120 Mimsy Farmer. "PG" (102 min.)

531 Fla. Nlt'l. Bank Bldg. min.) HOSPITAL: "TWO MULES
JUSTISS TRAILER"PARK ..
KELLYGIRLS ITEMS 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern HOSPITAL: "SLAUGHTER'S FOR SISTER SARA"Without
GAS DRYER, Needs Some Work, trailer and apts. 389-3007.
PART- OR FULL TIME Also;Gallon& 20 Gallon Aquariums, .
MECHANICSAfternoons both aquariums In good condition. WEBUYANDSELLGOOD

Saturdays or Futl-TIME Make me an offer on these. 246-1088 USEQMOBILE HOMES
Jax top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply In After 3P.M. Phone 388. 619 advertising you wouldn't know

person to Mrs. Foster, NIMNICHT
CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat 'J iAL COLONY MOBILE HOMES
.\;. ...,. ...ISTATE. Sales Rentals,9359103rd St. Call 771-
Avenue.
0275 Photostating and notary service.
WE BUY & SELL EQUITIES .I I
PARTTIME HELP(CUTCO) Call us-for quick service LET YOUR RENT 1 i i .. =<:;::x: : <: "** :::*'> ::::<:
Flexible Hours. 3.75 per hr. to start.
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. BEYOURDOWNPAYMENTDEPOSIT IiiII
We train. Must be neat, ambitious & 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. REQUIRED IIIiIM

have car. Call Mr. Searcy 398-5575 .771-3051 737-384. SUMIT MOBILE HOMES .. CocktailHour
between 5 & 6 P.M. __
TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE 5210 Phillips, Highway,733-9422 -' .
BRING THIS AD FOR OFF.TRASIO .
SHORT.TIMERSExpanding Two, up to twenty acre Tracts 5 mile 551000

Co., Will offer qualified radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to o
$3,000.00 EAT t.l1t .....\ ... .
persons immed. per acre. Prices '
employment as are far .
management trainee. 21 to 30 H.S. below near-future values. Call Tony 1970 CORVETTE ; i } : 5:00: to 7:00 pm

Grad. Sharp &Outgoing Phone 721- George, 389.5514, Eve. 77M976. 350 4-Spd., like brand new, ...... v ; .n.w..................-........:.....:...'............................w................
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3600. WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA 3580881. .........: ;.::.;,.. ..:..-.
Realtors SpecialistWE '70 LeMANS SPORT COUPE

BABYSITTING-ORTEGA HILLS Auto. trans., PS, R&H, AC, bucket SPECIALRATES $600 per person
Hourly, Dally,Over-Night BUY EQUITIES seats, like new. $1,750. Phone 733-2365. FOR SERVICEMEN double occupancy

; 389.1257 Louise T. Bailey NO CASH DOWN Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Blser's Seafood ,

f SKILLED AIRCRAFT WORKERS Broker 771.3605 1968 Chevy Impala, 2DR., HT, Red, Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic

Immediate openings for day or CALLA SHIPMATEJoe $850.mo. 3534575., or low payments of 48.00 per Swimming,Pool, Free Undercover Parking.

j'f evening shift. Excellent benefits In. Ropiak (RET Navy)

R eluding paid vacations, holidays, life Licensed Real Estate Salesman FIAT"124"SPORTS COUPE' }

I and health Insurance. Interviews from Representing 5-speed gear box, dual OH cams AM. JA&KIONVllE
I 8 A. .M. 4 P.M. Monday through Standing Agency, Inc. Realtors FM Stereo tape deck. Absolutely like "
t Friday. Home 781-7715 Office 771-9513 brand new, 15,000 miles. Must sell .
MOTOR HOTEL
AERO CORPORATION 3BtDROOMS,2BATHPaneled Immediately. Best offer. Phone 786-

t Lake City Airport Family Room, Carpets, 0721 or 7719262. 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744

Lake City Florida fenced, concrete Block, 18,500 BTU, OLDS DELTA 88 ROYALS WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL POINTS OF INTEREST.
., Phone 752-711 AC, $23,000 Owner will carry mortgage
4-Dr., H.T., Low mileage, full power,
An Equal Opportunity Employer or VA-FHA. Vansandt, Realtor, AM-FM, 8-Track, 5 mos. left in fact

3893549. warranty $500 equity & take over
MECHANICALLY INCLINED?
pymts. Can be refinanced as new car
Want man to train as foreign car 2ACRESWATERFRONTPROPERTYN.E.
at Credit Union. 2645378.
mechanic under prefect transition .Jax.,$1 1,500.dwn., Bal. $7.200. at
program. Top pay & benefits.after $100. per mo. Zoned for trailer or '63 CHEVY IMPALA "
1-295
training with management opportunity home. Call 388-0985 aft,5PM. 4-DR., Hardtop, PS, Fac. Ale, Radio, TAKE
389-1644.
Good Condition. 2645427.
4BR.,2BA.,2-STORY HOMEOr

KINDERGARTENTEACHERFulltime Duplex, $18,500.$6,000. dwn., Bal. WJ CORVETTE COUPE
Aft. 5P.M. Like brand Collectors Item, 358- DIRECT TO.
at Day Care Center. DegreeIs at 9 percent. 3880985. 0881. new I ..

not mandatory. Must be experienced
with children, 356-0116. BRICK BEAUTY IN STARKE BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY
3BR.,2Bath, LR, DR, kit.,foyer, Dbl. Used VW's Compacts, other foreign = --

CLERKSTENOFulltime garage,chain link fence, 1.8 acres golf makes. Astro Motors, 6566 NormandyBlvd.
within 300 yds. Very nice. For r NOaMANDV e VD
Permanent position, excellent course ., 7814978.NOCASH ;: ]
Real
Roberts
Paid Info. Pis. Call George
working conditions. NEEDEDNOCREDITNEEDED
Estate 964-7826 or Wayne Douglas,
vacation, sick leave & other fringe
9646593.
benefits.Apply ASSOC. E1 and up, 18 yrs.or older. i W >.:.:
In Person, Bldg.930 5323 11 8th STREET2BR and o
We can sell you a car get complete a m{:
NAVY EXCHANGE-NAS IV Ba., Mobile Home Central financing arranged. 353-4575. .;
Jacksonville, Florida heat & air. Completely fenced lot :

Equal Opportunity Employer included. Reduced to $8,500. 1971 CHEVROLET NOVA WESTSIDE :::: : IIJr. '" w:{::
Union will HAS ;
Credit
Excel. Cond.,$1,875. ;;
6385 WOODMAN3BR. :::: CeIL .!: i :
; ;
:& ., Air Cond. home, VA Terms finance. Phone 282. 15S. :::: FIELD 'i:. c ex:::ti:
mtOTO ':
Avail. $17,500. :
A recorded message by Call Associate Jim McGllvray) 400, 4-Spd., No money down, low ..... 1 j \...", S>;t
these & other Real Call 3580881. :: '\\, HAS ::::
SCOTT EDWARDSTells (USN Ret.) about monthly pymts. :: S '... .
'.'. .. ..I. .
,
you how to be a Estate opportunities. Home Phone ATTENTION HUNTERS ::: ::::::::: :::::

DISCJOCKEYCall 711.1535. Seat from Chevy Van. Never

355-2944 any hour. Approved for WORKMAN REALTY INC.REALTOR Bench excellent condition.$25.00 Phone ::;:.......................,.ORANGE .PARK :::: :
veterans. Columbia School of 724-6422 used, 26 -2573 weekends. ....;............ :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..::::::::::: :::::::: .:: ,:
Folks) Holt, 387-3566, or
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not _(The Home .

affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by SUMMER CABINSIN 1M6 MUSTANG
The Bases and Orange Park are now only
home study. THE SMOKIESNear V-8, 4Spd., no money down, low
Cherokee & Bryson City, N.C. monthly pymts. 3580881. minutes away. Take 1.295 expressway to the

LIVE CRABS Paved Roads, Good Water, Beautiful CASH NEEDED Normandy exit, then right IVi miles and one
NO
Wllford's Fish Camp Scenery. For Permanent or Summer 1965 Chevy Impala, HT, Good transp.! traffic light brings you to.. '\
264-9707 246-8383 or
Beach, Phone
Jax.
Homes. looks good, $35. Mo. 3534575.
BRYSON City, N.C. Phone 488-2714. VOLKSWAGEN COUNTRYIt's
AUTO AIR COND.SERVICE

Room Units, Central Units, Tyler '
Heating & Air Conditioning 4111 MANAGEMENT TRAINING a nice,trip and so are the savings.

,Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161. J S
$150 to $225 per week to start!

KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER financial corporation willing to Invest In two WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
Responsible party take up payments We are an International management development
48 month
us on our
Of individuals to loin
$7.00 per month. Rayfleld'sf437 successful completion of the program, you will be
Wilson Blvd., 772-8936 program. Upon
management within the company. Our managers earn an INC.
aerate with most earnings In excess of 35000. To ,
ITALIAN STYLE of 526,000 per year
local resident,a college graduate or equivalentin
must be a
DRESSMAKING
:
ALTERATIONSIn qualify you
&
have managerial ability and be prepared to
my home at comer of Edson and business experience training.For 1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTH k
Madrla. Call 364-3578. Call Marianna. receive Intensive
an appointment call Mr.Art Moore, TELEPHONE 7815511i'.i.o.

GOLDVELVETCOUCHCustom 335.8423 between 2:00 p.m.and ItOfl p.m.
Friday,October 2'to November 2.
{Made, Seats 6 comfortably Monday

New Condition, Orig cost $700 Asking (an Equal Opportunity Employer
$350. Call 73M886 after 6 PM or

anytime on weekends.



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OCTOBER 25, 1973
PAGE 16 JAX AIR NEWS LATWINGER

V.W. and MG TOW BARS, Antique -
Girls
':: ,:,=-:,:,:,',',,,,'.:.:.......:.........:..tt .:.,..........:.:...:. ................................'!..............................................y.........................................:!....:.. For Sale MINI BIKE $65 264- Oak Dresser Desk, AIR
RINK SKATES Size 6Vi $10
.. COND, Chairs, DISHWASHER,
THE Flee-T MARKETA 5464 Misc. 2640831MERCEDES

...........
FREE PERSONAL WAN.SERVICE For Sale;73 VW BUG AutoRadlo,
for Military and Civilian Employees of NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field Air & Heater, Excellent Cond, ,250 S 1967$2400 264-
take over 0831 Excellent. Condition
and
----------------rrrr $250.00 equity ...........
D 1I payments of $79.85 Balance
i r.------FREE WANT AD ORDER FORMADS $1,916.00 Call Eddie 772-3216 1969 VW SQ BK Automatic $900

Engine Rebuilt 264-J831
( MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) .
I 1970 OPEL WAGON Four Speed
Excellent Condition $1050. One 1970 KINGSWOOD ESTATE 9

Frldgldalre 2. Door Pass STA WAG Factory Alr,

.. REFRIGERATORFREEZERGood Immaculate, One Owner, Low

I Condition $75. Mileage New Batt, Good Times

$2,150 Call CDR Cornett 264-7197

.1I Wanted FEMALE TOY POODLE after 1700

.1 White, to two old, with ..........
Up
yrs
INFORMATION BELOW
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED I STEREO AM-
not $75.00 264-3788 G.E. CONSOLE
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. papers, over
FM Radio, Phone $50; 5 Gal.
I
I 68 MERCURY MONTEGO MX AQUARIUM I Hood, Cover $5.00,
Itt
I AT, R&H, Small V-8, Good Cond. 110 Pound WEIGHT SET $10.00Ph.

I Name Office or activity to which assigned I Good on Gas. Must Sale. $5 786- 7729785.. ...N,
4559 after 4PM
I 8-TRACK STEREO TAPE

( C Work Phone No. Signature PLAYER with beautiful wood
Rank-Rate or Grade I XMAS GIFTS for females Items
given to me as gifts never used- speakers. No AMP needed.
I
1 .1 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested !Ie: Full HAIR CURLER SET, ELECTRIC Almost new.Must sell.$70 or best
military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name(typed or printed)of person submitting ad and I offer. 778-1399
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity I MANICURE, etc 268-9539
I I % to which he is assigned and office telephone. Thisinformation MN..N.
I 2. Free advertising In the "Flee-T MARKET"
Is for authentication only and your ad I General Electric 4 BURNER
For Sale 15 CU FT
will be limited to: Offers to buy sell or rent housing
I shoijfd be worded independently of this information.A. STOVE with oven and pots and
for personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I REGRIGERATOR (Coppertone)
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to Frost Free. Good Condition pans drawer $70.00 Ph 771-5833
Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In .
and from work; announcements of educational ..
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\ I -following edition Is MONDAY NOON. Adsarriving Recently serviced with Freon.
courses offered by non-profit organizations or I
1 after that date will be placed In the $75.00 Call 778.1713 GOLF CLUBS w-extra woods $25,
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be ac
week's edition. Ads will be run only one I
following Delta Surfboard $45, Bicycle
cepted only if the words "PCS" (for military), or
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the time, unless resubmitted as prescribed above. I 1968 PONTIAC, AT, AC, PS, Exerciser $5 384-7274 or 771-2098
I Jacksonville area) are Included In the wording of the
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when ac. 6. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I Radio Heater, Good tires Good
\ I companied by the word "Free?. "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR I Condition, Call 387.3702 evenings HOME IN MANDARIN, Minutes
I NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide & weekends. from 295 4 BR, 2 Bath, W.W
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the services for advertisers. I
or
typewriters typing
"Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed .......... Carpet, Air Cond, Newly
,. in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No I 40" Westinghouse RANGE, 2 Decorated 268.9539
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will bet I ovens; Norge REFRIGERATOR

accepted. I Dinette Set OIL TANK, 55 gal. with stand,
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T : with 6
MARKET" Editor, CO JAX AIR MEWS, Bldg. 1, I. Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a, I chairs, B&W 22" Cabinet TV, $5.00 26 -2326
I NAS Jacksonville, JacksonviWe, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above I Early American All In Good
OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher Condition:! 3873702. For Sale:, 125 45 f.p.m. records-
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor, c-0 LATWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I hits from last ten $12.50
I 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These forms years.' ,
\ 1 ----------------- .irrr I For Sale GAS STOVE 30" Hard- 289.7230
sssr.-rr.r rrrs-arrr
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1 wick, $25 or best offer
Wanted: Japanese, German, and For Sale: CHILDS I OAK MOBILE HOME 12x55, 2 Br. W FREEZER-AMANA Chest $100or For Sale NAVAL AVIATOR

U.S. MILITARY ITEMS Phone ROCKER; Several Antique 40 Ba., Completely Furn., liv. Rm. Best Offer, Phone 731.2965 WINGS Hand Carved In Monkey

264.3282 Quart Milk Cans in Real Good & dinette 1 yr old, washer, AC, Pod 38"x12" $25.00 772-9457-
...... ...
k5 .......... Condition Lots of Uses-Phone 771-- extras Near Cecil, Call 781.7461 GARAGE SALE Clothing furniture Car -
0.. 8-Track: TAPE DECK Very
0946 antiques, odds and ends,
Stripping 1967 MGB ROADSTER Westside COIN CLUB meets 25 Oct 27 & 28 1334 Plainfield Ave. small,.can be put anywhere, but
Good Running Gear, Glass, has all features larger model..
i Oct at Guild Hall Londontowne Orange Park 264-6826
Bumpers, Grille, Aluminum 1966 OLDS CONVERTIBLE,
Apartments 1591 Lane Ave.S. Coin
[i Hood, Etc. Call "Ski" at Ext. 3419 Good tires, new Inspection
Auction and Swap Session Startsat
\ or 389-4491 sticker, new tags, Factory Air, For Sale: NIKKORMAT FT body
7:30PM
I Full Power, clean, runs perfect. with two vlvltar lens 75-260 mm
.. ......
\ $850.00 Ext. 3505 Zoom, 28mm wide angle. $150.00 itl
f Wanted-MG MIDGET, AH IBM ELECTRIC TYPEWRITERVery Call Bayles 772-3077
t ff SPRITE Prefer Without Engine Sparingly Used, Excellent N

and Transmission, Must Be Wanted: COLOR TV Rocking Working Condition' Office Model

... Reasonable Call "Ski" at Ext. Chair, and Shotgun. ReasonableCall 771-5977 (evenings) RUGS 9x12 Avocado $10, 12x14

\ 3419 or 389-4491 Evenings after 7PM 771-8075 Red $45 10x23 Torquoise $75 All 0

I .......... COLONIAL ROCKERNUTMEGFinish Good Condition Bathroom Floor

with cushions, $25.' Black to Ceiling 3 shelves$8 Ph 264-7046

& Decker Electric GRASS -........
t TRIMMER $10.00 771-5977

evenings( )
MOBILE HOME: 65 feet By 12

\ r For Sale: 10x55 MOBILE HOME, feet $300 and Assume paymentsof

3 bedrooms, furnished $2250. or $89.00 per month Ph 264.5236 l IA.
best offer Night 772-2784 Day. c V
7710305'; c V

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OAKSIDE DRIVE I mobile homes for ME oRgiCK'oR1'RA1.



r I DAY NURSERYttZM&Ktt I Navy personnel S

WHY? Because our park manager and sales manager *

;::: : <::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::e are USN Retired ,and they know the score
r We've moved a,few times ourselves during our ,Navy "

t Formerly Ortega Hills Day Nurseryon careers. Our maintenance and setup men are former Navy.

.1 5029 Greenway Dr. N. With many ''different avenues for financing; we

) recommend Navy Credit Union You can obtain special .
.
rate for nonresident Military mobile home license plate.We .
is now being operated ,from
9 sell Concord,Skyline, Barrington & Elcona Homes. II

.: \ ,,,' 4914 OAKSIDE DRIVE if you want straight answers to mobile, home needs, you see: ,
.a \ :
EDWARDSTEVENS JIM JORGENSONFor ,
ORTEGA HILLS ( Sales) (For Lots) W

HOMES 2 or 3 BR, LOTS with paved ask
5- 5 .,; ':1'.., BABY SITTING: 1 or2 Bath,Dishwashers, Patios,Double
;*: Dryers, Every Decor Driveways,Modern ,
AND
y Hourly..Chlldren All LI1YiaosL.ltJ5
Ages : :
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BYAPPOINTMENTPHONE BleLcHOME;
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389.1.257I .J.fPARK & SALES IN rN6 51/

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What about your housing lease ? i /


_y

Many young enlisted men and In land. There are, therefore I
economics payments will be applied to the _
officers are forced by peculiar laws applied to the purchase
and the uncertainty of assign landlord-tenant relationship The buy the rental price if you decide to

ments, to live in apartments or ,Statute of Frauds, for instance, property.
rented homes off base Thoughsome requires a lease to be in writing

involve oral leases, most if its terms extend it beyond one WRITTEN LEASEIf

include written leases preparedby year.Otherwise, the lease may be a written lease is entered
the landlord. oral.That is contract law. If,how.
into, it is easy to understand why
For the inhabitants of large ever, the lease is for more than the
apartment complexes, the leaseIs three years, it must not only be confused average serviceman may be
by the terms of the
a complicated form, the termsof in writing, it must also be executed agreement. In most cases, the
which are non-negotiable. It's with the same formalitiesof
lease is written to preserve and
easy to understand why a young a deed. That is property law. the
protect rights and interests of
enlisted would find
man
officer ORAL LEASE the landlord.Therefore, a written
himself stuck with a lease the
An oral lease for less lease should be read thoroughly
than
one
office could help
legal assistance therefore before signing, regardless of its f'a
him avoid. This article will year, is binding, but
proving what the length or fine print. The Legal
such agreement was,
attempt to prevent a tragedyby
Assistance Office is available to
is
another If
matter. you initially t<
informing military personnelof
review the proposed lease with
enter into oral lease
an be carefulto
what to look for in a lease, that you before you sign it. Y
see outlandish
any prom- J
either written or oral.A '
ises of the landlord t
into
get print
lease either written or oral, In general, a written lease
is both a contract.and an interest especially promises that rental should describe the premises to

r2I' \ be rented, the landlord, the :
tenant, the length of the rental
HIGH PRICES have driven some into the bush after wild game. Of course, those
period and the price. All other
hunters after small game"are running the risk of bagging meat that is without a food

terms are optional. Though thereare inspector's stamp.To be on the safe side pick up your family's dinner in the grocery.

certain exceptions, it is fairto The marksman here is a Sunken Gardens, Fla. aborigine, Sandy Leland.
generalize that all the terms ofa

lease must appear in the writ
RADIO & TV SERVICE
Q ing. Oral promises made when a HOULE

lease is executed are not bindingor presents....
enforcible and should not be
I I relied upon. Whatever you and
ItIIO"tOROLAei
your landlord agree to must be in

the written instrument- the

lease. Quasac.H

I I Qo ct Once an agreement is made, i i

r you are liable to the landlord for

the damages caused by you if you WORKS IN COLOR TV

.,'.",ii'. .. break the agreement. That does A DRAWER
the entire
not necessarily mean
rental price of the property for the

I whole term, but it could. Since

damages are hard to determine

when the contract is breached i ...Ms... INSTA.MAT1C
(broken), many written leases a..IC 1 few ** COLOR TUNING a
,_ ,Yh, / 'Just puth ont button I
provide for liquidated damages.Datsun 3g9oo 1 and you automatically, J
i \ balanc' color lIIfens-
C+Mntl rte, km. ctnlriitbrightntsi .
and can....
IM aw..+.* actvatt automalic, "lint
luninj 11'f hit lasy''

VeteransAsk saves. -

I PlUQIN'CIRCUIT

Most ensue MODULES' Comp*.
Again. dents art on replactabit -
module It a CMcuit '
'A. nttdi to bt r t.
".. .
.d placid an tichangtmoduli
# '1, can lit plugged
j MI by I s 'vct' ''ecll--
mcianModel' "
New Datsun B-210. Our I
.
I Model WPS51CKW
Q- am a veteran living in a '

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left in its national cemetery. Will
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& New Coordinator selected S



\:. I EEO Committee helping AS Jax Minority groups



Jax-Mr.Sam Demps has been opportunity reviews of each
selected as coordinator of the organizational segment here to
NAS Jax Equal Employment determine how well the various

Opportunity (EEO) program. aspects of the equal employment
\ He was previously Social opportunity policy are being
Service Coordinator for the Cityof carried out. + arS
Jacksonville's office of In addition, the committee
Housing and Urban Development develops recommendations to the

EEO Coordinator and(the activity

i Demps has also had experience heads for activity action andorfor
as a Social Service Supervisor inclusion in affirmative action
\ with Housing Authority of plans to improve the status of 55
\ Jacksonville NeighborhoodCenter minorities and women. ? -
Director for Greater The committee also serves as a

Jacksonville Economic Opportunity "sounding board" for deter- ,
Inc., and as a Juvenile mining attitudes by and toward, Mi$ rMt lM +b.
Court Counselor with the City of minorities and women throughoutthe / r

1 Jacksonville.The activity.
Member of the EEO Com- .
NAS Jax EEO committee
mittee are: Capt. Donald J. '
serves in a staff capacity to the
Childers, NAS Jax XO, Chairman
Commanding Officer on matters
; James Pollard, Supply;
I pertaining to Equal Employment
Opportunity and supports the Seb Chester, Supply; A.M.
>'\<- functions of the EEO Coordinator Elison,Commissary Store; MaryF. TURNING TALK INTO ACTION-Capt. Donald J. Childers Right), NAS Jax XO and Chairman of
Robinson, Data Processing; the NAS Jax EEO Committee listens as Sam Demps ((2nd From Right) newly selected coordinatorof
Lorraine Cappiello, Data the Jax E EO Program makes a point at last week's committee meeting. The Group Is responsiblefor
The committee conducts Processing; Glenna Roise, Navy determining how well equal employment opportunity policy policy Is.belng carried out here and
periodic, equal employment Finance Office; and Mr. Demps. suggests affirmative action plans. .
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I R VAH-3 returns to .Albany with Fleet Air football titlewould J

V A-l4 of Cecil Field -
Jax 174 for a 20-14 win.VA-174
made an unsuccessful attempt to scoring started in the got the lead f in the game,however, .
defend their 1972 Fleet Air Jax championship as RVAH-3 came back to take a
Touch Football title, this week Hawkins intercepted game when what Danny 12-6 halftime lead when quar- .4 ,.

and had to settle for second when prove to be the first of would three terback Jimmy Wall connectedwith L41 '
RV AH-3 came down from NAS RVAH-3 passes ,that he Curtis Phillips and Jack ;w .
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would Mims for ;
touchdowns.Wall .
and went through the 1973
Albany steal that day. A few
plays later
tournament without suffering a Howard hit Mims for another score J
Nichols
loss. caught a pass in in the second half then scored the
single the
endzone and
VA-174 had the
RV AlI-3 won the tournament On first six points of the two-point conversion attempt
Monday when they fought off VA- That was the last time games.VA-174 lead.himself to give RVAH-3 a 20-6

.-.rh"'W rtii. f"\j. ___ VA-174 closed the gap when
,
x Hawkins intercepted his third
pass of the day and carried it to
within 15 yards of the goal line.
Frank Rambaud then came up
with the ball in the endzone a few
plays later for the score. Nichols
scored the conversion attemptand
what would prove to be the
last points of the game.

I VA-174 had another scoring ,MIMS SCORES SECONDJack Mims of RVAH-3 Is caught enrouteto
drive in progress as the clock was his second touchdown of the day, this one In the fourth quarter,
running out but a RV AH-3 which gave his team all the points they would need In the championship

defender intercepted a pass to game.
f .
(# put an end to the threat and James Wlliams scored two touch game but Howard Nichols and
f.' ..'f"rI ; preserve the win for his Albany downs and a two-pointer to lead Art Neugebaur' broke loose for "'
.. /:. I team the Albany team to its win. Also two scores in the second half to

...'. :\ i,4 : <''. ,. I The runner-up VA-174 team had scoring were Jackie Page wit a put the game away.Other'tournament.
.....9 M.yCMi ....., t "'oI M. "' ." ,,..,M ;. b'rfj \. to make their way to the finals touchdown and Jack Mims with
_. A: jtj.)" ;! -.. Al.+ a the loser's bracket when two twopointers.Third saw
\J ..._ 'I ;., ...t.. l'" ... ..: through games
;r.j; -T''" -J f'I':: RV AH-3 beat them in an earlier place in the tournamentwent VP-16 came back from a 14-7
tournament game.This win camea to VP-49 when they droppeda deficit at halftime to score a 19-14
.... + ., ;; t I 1f; 16-0 decision to VA-174 in the win over VP-49, VA-174 drop VW-
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," it'7P h ","I"'-; ...r)110: '-'- 174 to a safety credited to VA-45 and
went onto a 30-6 win. Danny by 14-8 VP-16 romp
HAWKINS INTERCEPTS THIRDDanny Hawkins of VA-174 took Jimmy Wall, Jackie Page, Hawkins in the first half of this over VW-4 33-6.
this pass right out of the outstretched hands of RVAH-3's Jack Mims James Williams, Curtis Phillips
for his third Interception of the day in the Fleet Air Jax championshipgame. and Bill Goesling took turns
Both of VA-174's touchdown came as a result of Hawkins In- RVAH-3's touchdowns
scoring The Middies !I'y.
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I JAX SPORTS BRIEFS

: Jax-The new NAS Jax a part of the days ac

1..1 Stables will officially tivities and a special 1 t---
swing open their barn reduced rate for trail Basketball Officials every night except Friday

t doors with grand opening riding will be observed as Needed night at 7 p.m. in King,Hall

\ ceremonies that will beginat a part of the grand Jax-Basketball officialsare (Bldg 563)) and the

9 a.m. on Saturday, opening. urgently needed for volleyball tryouts are held

October 27. The new stables are the upcoming intramural every Thursday night at 7p.m.

), Capt. Donald J. located behind the trailer basketball season. If you in Rosendahl Gym
Childers NAS XO will be would (Bldg. 513)). All eligible
,
park and Yukon Post ... .. .. ..... .... are experienced or
on hand to cut the ribbon Office located directly ;;;;;; ; ;::: ; -;; :;:;;:-;;;;;:::: like to learn, give the personnel are invited to

that will signal the across Highway 17 from Intramural Athletic Office a call at attend the tryouts.

\ beginning of a day of the NAS landing strip.A Pistol Ext. 3239.Basketball. Varsity Football Team
I festivities that will include Standings Meeting Held Heading for 6ND
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games, races and refresh- total of 29 stalls Jax-An organizational Jax--The NAS Jax
}J ments. Prizes for the comprise the new stables. NATIONAL LEAGUEW meeting for the upcoming Varsity Touch Football

i4 games and races will be The new facility was L 0 intramural basketballseason team will be heading for
awarded. constructed through the VP-5 7 2 was held yesterdayat the 6th Naval District

\ : Exhibitions of riding and NAS Jax Self-Help VP-16 WEAPONS 5 6. 1 the Athletic Office in Touch Football Cham-

i jumping skills will also bet program. MARTD 5 2 King Hall (Bldg. 563). If pionships this Saturday.

> CPW-11 4 3 5 your unit or command The Championships will be
SUPPLY 2 5 plans to participate but did held at' Charleston
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PNSA: Cindy McKechnie "'
of VA-174


I second female to win U-PIC-EM tit1p. SPORTS ACADEMY NEWS .. l I

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.'.:...:-:.>>:.:.:.:-:-:.:.:-:.:.:.:,.:.:..-:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.'.:.:.:.'. Jax For the unprecendentedsecond ANNAPOLIS, MD.Judgingfrom "
time this year, a female Tupoula learned "early in his
has won the U-PIC-EM Contest physical appearances, football career how important
Navy is using a "Mutt and Jeff"
and there were two other women blocking js. At Carson High
combination in its
alternating
m'r who came within one guess of School, he had to learn the
two fullbacks.The .
U-PIC-EM matching her feat. sophmore blocking assignments of the
pair, Junior Tupuola of
PNSA Cindy McKechnie of the offensive linemen. "This was to
Carson City, California, and Bob
VA-174 Personnel Ofice at Cecil help us when we ran the ball," he
Jackson of Lindenwood, New
Field ended up with only one misson noted. "And I've just kept this
distant from each
Jersey, are as
her "
NAME ballot when New Englandbeat learning of blocking techniques.
other in build
physical as say -
'" Chicago. Hers was the only
RANK,OR TITLE ..AGE ballot without at least two misseson well, Mutt and Jeff.Tupuola Jackson came to Navy as a
it.Joy. is a 5-9, 225pounderwith quarterback but was moved to

PHONE. :=,- DUTY STATION Russel of the Navy Finance good strength. Jackson is 6- fullback last spring. A knee injury
4, 218-pounder with pretty fair limited his early season
Office and Kathy Julian, a VA-86
(Games for the weekend of October 27) dependent,were two of the seven speed. action but he's now able to go at
Both have shared the starting full strength. His 6.3 rushing
STATE persons who turned in ballots
PENN WEST VIRGINIA
i with two misses and just missed a fullback position for the Med- average(22 carries for 140 yards)
NEBRASKA' OKLAHOMA chance at being this week's shipmen this fall and it appearsthey'll is the best on the squad.But .
STATE
continue to do so. "We
winners. want to both of them Jackson has also found that
NOTRE DAME- SOUTHERN CAL_ The other five who turned in Navy Coach use George Welsh., says"We blocking is so important for the
ballots with two misses were fullback. "I never used to like to
have to two fullbacks with
GEORGIA TECH TULANE ____ Walter Stovall of NARF, B. C. our style play of offense. Using just block," he said. "But I learned .
.
Lancaster of CAAC, G. T. Davisof that's part of the game. Now I "
AUBURN: _HOUSTON one man is too tiring.
_
NATTC Thomas McKeen of "
,
With the I-formation making like to go out there and hit.
Public Works and J. C. Summersof up
MICHIGAN STATE PURDUE the bulk of Navy's offense, the
NDRC., He also,likes his new position
fullback is involved deal
_a great
ARIZONA'STi\j OREGON"STATE..COLORADO .. All balloters are reminded that 'as a blocker and some as a "It took some time to get used to,,
each person is allowed to turn in runner Welsh has 'elected in but I wouldn't, want to go back to

MISSOURI only one ballot.Anyone turning in recent weeks to give the fullbackthe quarterback, now," he said.R&S .
more than one will be im
ball more than he did earlier
MINNESOTA .LOS ANGELES mediately disqualified from
in the season. And Tupuola and '
winning.
PITTSBURG. CINCINNATI Jackson have shown they can
K tt pick up some yardage. The two .

Tie-BREAKER: Predict final score on game between Notre combined for 101 yards in Navy's

Dame and Southern Cal. Indicate. winners in other games by a recent 23-14 win over Syracuse, TEXACO
check mark. with Jackson accounting for 67 of
the yards in seven carries.One of 4851 SAN JUAN AVE.

his,runs was for 19 yards. PHONE 387-9414
BALLOT BOXES for NAS and Cecil Field are located at the Navy Tupuola's strength lies in his
Exchanges near Lay-Away counters or ballots can be brought to the FREE
,
"He is
particularlygood
respective newspaper offices. Ballots must be In by 1 p.m.every Fridayor blocking.
they won't be picked up and no ballots will be accepted at the at leading the tailbacks CAR WASHwith
newspaper offices after this time. outside," says Welsh. "He keeps any purchase of gas
balance in the ground game with
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1..1)\)\4 CECIL !:9RTS AUTUMN AUTOCROSSSCHEDULE a* Practice

By Tom 11:00-12:00 9:00-11:00:: :: Quiet nitration Hour a Lunch "

4 12:00-12:45: : Late RcfUtration Practice .

\ J Last"weeks FOOTBALL results Holiday Inn Motel in Orange Spring Diving". There will also 12:49-1:00.: 1:00:: First DrIven'Timed Meeting Run ",

< I : Park.The association has invited be scuba equiptment displays. for Trophies for lat 2nd Srd Place plus Best Time of Day ,'
!. Mayor Hans Tanzaler of all to see and admire. Three Timed Rune-Best Run Counts
VA-174 32 VA-45 24
Jacksonville to be our honored Classes for All Sports Cars. Sans, Pony Cars. "
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VA-81 16 VS-30 6 and the well known If interested call Mrs. Muscle Cars, Even Dune Buggies ./ '
guest, Bill please
; NAMTD 24 VS-24 0VA82 Helmets Seat Belts MandatoryHelmets will be Available for Loan)
8 VA-45 6 Barada (underwater ecologistand Mavis Bennett at 771-7239 or Mr. Entry Fee for SCCA Members A All Navy Personnel k,
12 diver) to be one of our Peter Rich at 264-7825 for ticket $3.00 All Others 4.00 .
Marines A-81
13 information and further details. This Event will be Run Rain or Shine '
A-174 20 VS-30 6 speakers.The Tell Guard at Gate You're with the"Sports Car Club"
Marines 14 NAMTD 6 Also tickets may be picked up on Absolutely No Cameras, Binoculars Or Firearms on the Basel I
: main theme for the event
at the
November 2
Friday, ,
N.A.S. WHEN ,October
WHERE i Cecil Field t Sunday 28,1973
,, ,. .' Standings: will be "Safety In Cave and Holiday Inn.ILITARY .
Marines 5-0()

\t VA-82 VA.174 J'.! 3-1 5-0() Need help ? Join Alcoholics AnonymousAlcoholics I

'
A-45 ?,;. 22NAMTD'
.... 2-2 Anonymous is probably the best known agency offering Church OPEN
VA-81 ..if';. 1.2 help to people with drinking problems and alcoholic persons. 10:00 AMAI-Anon Group, 1423 San Marco Blvd. OPEN
; A-83 '.:. 4.' 0-2 Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share 8:30 PM Central Group, 1423 San Marco Blvd OPEN
VS-3Q -"' 04I : their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may 8:00 PM Serenity Group,Naval AIr Station,Cecil Field Chapel OPEN
VS-24 0-5 solve their common problem and help others to recover from WEDNESDAY

GOLF.-;:' alcoholism. 8:30: PM Lakeshore Group,St.Catherine's Episcopal Church CLOSED
Standings; ," The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. 4678 Shelby Ave.
VA-83 ... 12 There are no dues or fees for A.A.Membership:we,are supporting 8:00: PM Tradition House Group,2911 Riverside Ave. OPEN
I Supply ;/1:' 11 denomination, politics, organization or institution: Does not wish to 8:00 PM Armed Forces A.A.Group,NAS Jax Building 722 OPEN
AMDNo.1 "t 9 engage in any controversy: Neither endorses nor opposes any causes. 8:00: PM Armed Forces Al-Anon Group,NAS Jax Building 722 OPEN
NAMTD .: ; 9 Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to 8:00 PM Armed Forces Alateen Group,NAS Jax Building 722 OPEN

achieve sobriety. THURSDAY
VC.2 : 8
I\! VAn :;; 7 U you have admitted you were powerless over alcohol that your 10:30 AM Timuquana Ladies Group,St. Peter's,Episcopal. Church,
I i: VA-45 7 lives had become unmanageable, we suggest you attend one of the 5040 Timuquana Road OPEN

(! ':' CLAW1 .';;!, ::'. 7 meetings listed below: 8:00: PM Timuquana Group,St.Peter's Episcopal Church CLOSED
1 VA 105 6 5040 Timuquana Road
1 ; Admin 'r SUNDAY 8:30: PM Central AI-Anon Group,1423 San Marco Blvd. OPEN
V A-81 4 6 2:30 PM All Groups Open Meeting,Riverside Presbyterian Church 8:30 PM Central A.A.Group, 1423 San Marco Blvd. CLOSED

Ops 2 OPEN 8:30 PM Murray Hill Group,Murray Hill Presbyterian Church
820 Oak Street (First Sunday) Post and Talbot St. CLOSED
8:00: PM Central Group, 1423 San Marco Blvd. OPEN
J Attention Skin and Scuba Divers MONDAY FRIDAY

1 Mark your calendars for the 8:30: PM Alcoholic Service Center,20 West Fourth Street OPEN 8:30 PM Alcoholic Service Center,20 West FOURTH St. OPEN
\ weekend of November 2, 3, and 4, 8:30 PM Westconnette A.A.Group,Church cf the Epiphany CLOSED 8:30PM Ortega A.A.Group,St.Mark's Episcopal. Church CLOSED
1973. The "Florida Skin Divers 5142 Harlow Blvd. 4139 Ortega Blvd.
Association"is coming to the Jax 8:30 PM Westconnette Al-Anon Group,Church of the Epiphany OPEN 8:30 PM Ortega Al-Anon Group,St.Mark's Episcopal Church OPEN
area (Orange Park) for their big 5142 Harlow Blvd. 4139 Ortega Blvd.
meeting and festivities. There 8:30: PM Westconnette Alateen Group,Church of the Epiphany OPEN SATURDAY

will be fun, movies' interestingtalks 8:00: pm Non-Smokers Group, Church. of the Epiphany, 5142 Harlow 8:00 PM Alcoholic Service Center,20 West Fourth St. OPEN
buffet, and a competitive Blvd. OPEN 8:30 PM Orange Park Group, 245 Kingsley Ave. Grace Episcopal
J Fin Swim Meet held at Magnolia (Meets in Church Office) Church OPEN

Lake. A Scuba Dive has been 8:00: PM Middleburg Group,First Baptist Church,Hiway No. 8:30 PM Central Group, 1423 San Marco Blvd. OPEN
/,(. scheduled for the afternoon off 21 CLOSED .' '? ', >i: ..
,..' November 4 at a local spring. The TUESDAY Westconnette'Group, Closed Meetiags'with" '"' I-I, ;v ,,'.t ", ,
., center of activities will be at the 8:30 PM Orange' Park Group, 245 Knigsley Ave. Grace Episcopal Exception of 2nd Monday

Middleburg Group. All Closed with_ Execution
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Good Bowling Standings. firearms course

past and BadJaxThe :

Jax The Weapons Depart- ,
NAS Jax America]n PACIFIC LEAGUE ment will conduct a five hour I
Bowling League underwen It The Mad Fox No. 2 team had PACIFIC LEAGUE Another sweep occurred in the National Rifle Asociation (NRA) !'

several changes last week wit]b the unpleasant chore of meeting W L National League last week when approved Home Firearm Safety
both the No. SPLITMAKERS 40 8 the Hangovers took four from the ;
coming resul It land No. 2 teams iHs :
the biggest one as a HOLY Course for Military and
the Pacific ROLLERS 32% 15V4 Marine Barracks.
of the Late Chargers three win League last week and BUDMEN Government Civilian Employees ..
over the Crossed Bananas.The it was even more unpleasant for MAD 27 13 CONTINENTAL LEAGUE and their dependents on Satur- J
them FOXES No.2 20 20
Late Chargers three win s after it was over as they WALLBANGERS \V L day, October 27 from 8:30 a.m. to
moved them ahead of the Goo i[ picked up only one win in the two GUTTER RATS 19 21 GAFFERS 'Z1 13 2:30: p.m. (includes one hour for ;;

and Bad team, who were Idle las''t matches. TRIPPERS 15ft 23V4 PIN BUSTERS 26 14 lunch).

week. The wins which lifted then]a John! Pyla rolled a 202 in thee NADS 15 25 GEMS 25 15 The class will be held in the :ti;

out of third place, gave the Lat Mad Foxes match with the leaguer JITTERBUGS 15 14, 29 26 LEPRECHAUNS 23 17 Station Armory (Building 394)) Jf.,

Chargers the same amount oi r leading Splitmakers. Jeff Brandt DRAGONS No.2 '5 22 HUSTLERS 22 18 and will be limited to personnelages
wins as Good and Bad but the( picked up a 214 game to help THUNDERBOLTS 19 21WOMEN'S 12 or older. Topics to be J

latter team has four more losses| salvage one win in their match t LIB 17 23 covered will include: General :.

to its credit. with the second place Holy NATIONAL LEAGUE pop TOPS 15 25CHAMECHS Safety, Security, Maintenance, ;
Rollers. 13 27 Operation and firing of 22 caliber ;
The Leftovers missed a bi{g W L ;
chance to move into the firs J The Holy Rollers also rolled SOLEX5 36 4 ROOKIES 13. 27 weapons, etc, A $1.00 fee willbe 'S d

place spot when they droppet a: two matches last week and the REBELS 26 10 charged to cover the cost of t'

three to the Hurricanes and fell tI) results of the second match were RAT PACK 25% 14% AMERICAN LEAGUE materials and ammunition. .,1,
the same as the first with the FICEUR 21 W L The purpose of the course is to ,
third place, only one win behinc(d: 19
Holy Rollers LATE CHARGERS 22 6 information to those .1 ,
picking three LIFERS bring un-
the Late Chargers and Good anc(: up 19 21
Bad teams. wins. The victims this time were MARINE BKS 16 24 GOOD AND BAD 21 7 skilled in the use and handling of : I

Another big jump in the. the Wallbangers, who fell below CHIEFS .15 29 LEFTOVERS 21 11ROSE'S firearms in order that they may ..
y the'500 mark as a result. DRAGONS No.1 13 19 RAIDERS 18 14 attain the confidence necessaryto
American taken
League was bj
) WOODPECKERS 17 _
The Budmen 15 correct unsafe conditions y
stayed in the third HANGOVERS 11 29
the Woodpeckers when
all four from the Stars they wot. place position in the league with MAD FOXES No.1 9% 26% BUSCH LEAGUERS 13 15 related to firearms. '
Super anc .:'
CROSSED BANANAS 15
13 To for further in-
three wins and a 200 game from register, or
evened up their record at 20 win: HURRICANES 12 20 formation contact the -.
J Lorenzio Outin in their match Weapons ,-
and 20 losses.. By evening theii SUPERSTARS 1 31 at
with the NADS. Department Ext. 3337 or 3338.
record they moved all the wa) ATLANTIC LEAGUEW
[ The
NADS
were yet another
from seventh to fourth, one game L
team to roll two matches in the
out of third and only two out oi I NARJAX 26: 14
first. Pacific League last week, but AFEES 25 15 CENTURY 21IMPORTS
their other match to be
proved as '
The only other American 1 SIX PACK 25 15
unsuccessful as the first when-
League match last week saw, MO FOS 22% 17%
they lost three more to the Jit-
Rose's Raiders strengthen then r DIRTY %DOZEN 21 19

fifth place position with a sweep: terbugs. BUSCH BUDS 20% 19% Call 396-2035
I Bill Greenwalt rolled a 210 and _
of the Busch Leaguers. The foui FASO 16 24
led the Gutter Rats to three wins NET PRICES-MANY BELOWWHOLESALE
losses dropped the Busch a LOAFERS 16 24 I
over the Trippers as well as a TRADE-INSGLADLYACCEPTED AT CASH VALUE
Leaguers from fourth to sixth 1 RESIDUE 14% 25%
move In the from
standings
place in the league.CONTINENTAL .. eighth to sixth.NATIONAL. BEAN BURNERS 13% 26% 73 BuIck. Electra $4775White4

LEAGUE DR H.T., RiH,.AT.PS PB Electric windows S.6 Way Pwr Seat

LEAGUE Benny Lynn rolled a 217 game INTRAMURAL TENNIS Factory AC 11.100 miles.

The Continental Bowling for Solex 5 last week but the STANDINGS 73 Corvette Stingray $5875

League also saw its'' first place fourth place FICEUR 5 team still Convertible 9.100 miles. British Racing Green, Radial Tires. AM-FM
team fall when the GEMS lost all managed to become the first W L Rally Whls..350 Eng.Auto Trans Factory Air Condo .

four to'the last place Pop Tops team In the National Bowling VP-5 4 0 73 Dodge Custom $3375

team and fell to third place. League to take more than one VP-16 '.',,'. 2 0 4 Wheel Drive.Warn Hubs Wide Tires,V-S Eng..Long Wheel Base,Wide

George Everson tried to salvageone game from the league leders VP-49 "' 3 1 Bed.. 8,900 miles Factory Warranty.

game for the GEMS when he when they took'two. NDRC i"2- 1 73 FORD Bronco $3475..!

rolled a 201 but it proved to be a The Rebels failed to gain any VW-4 ...: .' 2J 1 Metallic Green with White Hardtop'302 V-a Engine. Pwr. Strg.. Pwr
fruitless effort. ground on the leaders, however, HOSPITAL fir. ,-' 1 1 Brks.. Auto Trans, 4 Whl. Dr.. Warn Hubs.. A Hunters Dream at a
The Gaffers took over the top when' they also were forced to VP-56 .,li: jo,1. 3 bargain. Swing-Away Tailgate WSW 11,000 miles.

spot in the League when they settle for a split.The Dragons No. NARJAX 0 3- 72 MGB $2750Orange

managed to overcome Billy 1 team took two from them when! CPW.ll 0 3 Roadster, RH, 4 Spd., 27,000 miles.

Smith's 212 and 202 games to win Charles Cooper Rolled a 210 FICEUR 0"1 72 Vegas $1850
three from the Leprechauns. The and Moxes rolled a 205. NATTC 0 1
game Jay One Spd (Hatchback),One Sedan (17000 miles), Both have Air Cond &
three losses dropped the The Rat Pack managed to pick .. Radio., Your choice.

Leprechauns from a tie for thirdto up a game and a half on both Rich Hunter rolled a 589 set 72 Lotus Europa x $3650....

fourth. Solex 5 and the Rebels when they that Included games of 222 and Orange Spt.Cpe..4 Spd..2,500 miles,A Very Unusual Sports Car.
The Pin Busters also moved took three and a half from the 208 to lead the Lifers to a sweep of
$4850
past the GEMS when Bob Mad Fox No. 1 team. The Mad the Chiefs. Carl Walston rolled a 72 CADILLAC Cpe. Deville
White with White Vinyl Roof and White Leather Interior,AM-FM Stereo,
Aleshire rolled a 222 game and Foxes prevented a complete 211 in an attempt to keep the Plus other nice equipment.
led his team to a sweep>> of sweep by tying the Rat Pack 807- Chiefs from losing all four..
Women's Lib. WY7 In the third Other Continental League Racing Green Roadster R&H 4 Spd. .

matches last week included the 71 Fiat 850 $1125
Hustlers three wins over the g Burgundy Cpe.,Black Interior R&H.4 Spd..Chrome Wheels.

Rookies and a two game split 71 CHEVROLET Suburban $1725Green

between the CHAMECHS and the &White,350 Eng.,Auto Trans.. R&H, Excessive Mileage but well
Thunderbolts. p.1W1t1i 1IL cared for.

ATLANTIC LEAGUE 71 Opel Kadet SI225
Trans,R&H,Luggage Rack.
NarJax regained their first Metallic Green Sta.Wag. Auto

place spot In the Atlantic Bowling 70 Bonnevllle Sta. Wag $17003Seat

League last week when they took Luggage Rack Electric Windows,6 Way Seat, Fact. AC.AM FM
three from the Six Pack team Stereo 46,000; miles.

that had taken over their top spot 70 ROVER 3500 S $2400

the week before. Blue 4 DR..14,000 miles.Auto Trans Pwr Windows,Air Good
The three losses not only
but THE AAMCO WRITTEN CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEEThis 70 Ford Torino GT $1400Metallic
knocked. Six Pack off the top' licensed
transmission has been rebuilt by the AAMCO
also'allowed AFEES to tie them Dealer Issuing this 'certificate. utilizing} the AAMCO "CAR Blue White Interior.2 DR H.T.. RfcH.AT PS. PB.V-t, FactoryAir
for second when AFEES took Cond. .
certificate the
OWNERSHIP' Assembly Set. This guarantees!

three from the Dirty chance% Dozen.to transmission and torque converter_ (If your: car has a torque 70 Impala Convertible.. $1300,
let
The Mo Fos a
material bndworkmanship. It will '
move in the standings slip by converter) against failure Maroon with White Top 32,000 miles, RIH.AT, PS, PB, Eng.; Factory Air
up be honored by any licensed AAMCO.Transmission lerfor,, as
when they lost three to.the long as you own this car provided,that It Is delivered to any 69 Chevrolet Impala '. $1075Blue

Loafers team that was led by licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer In the United States 2 DR H.T.,R&H A.T..PS..V-",Fac.AC. ."
Grey Norton's 209 game. annually for service with In 30 days of the Service Date Indicated' '

The Busch Buds moved above below. The charge for annual service 'is-$13.75 payable at the 69 Olds Cutlass "$1075 .

games the .500 of mark first when and to they within took 3 5%% time of and service all preventive and It covers adjustments.FREE the replacement. of transmissionfluid Blue&White,2 DR H.T.,RIH,AT.PS V4, Fac.AC. '.,.:. ,

games from the Bean Burners. 68 Corvette Convertible. "2050Rio"
The them TOWING it no extra charge.ONE DA t SERVICE available Inmost
Bean Burners gave
4 Spd., Sliver with White Top.
tied cases a FREE 19 point Multi Check FINANCING available If
when they
quite a struggle
credit.
necessary with approved
them 758-758 in the first game and

then only lost the second game by ...
AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS Bank-: And Credit Union Financing Please .
two pins. .

FASO and Residue also met week in 1839 NORTH MAIN STREET 355.7671 CENTURY 21 IMPORTS
the last
Atlantic League
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with FASO coming out on top ,JSW,

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i 4 MATSG clinches- .. .. ,. NDRC keeps- '*
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1d1 r; !j|; ire Jax football playoffs 'I: 4 hopes alive ::1

... Jax-NDRC won two games in :.,
1'1,I I\\ Jax-MATSG assured themselves were scored by different men. the NAS Jax American Football 1
I I. ': of a spot in the playoffs Bill Kirksey, Johnny Jackson, League last week and with'only
I ( last week and nothing less than a Jackie Hunt, Rich Brotski and '-;'> '':'' two games left on their schedule
t ; tie for first when they scored Bob Cain all scored sixpointerswhile they held on to some hope of
I victories over NarJax No. 1 and Jackson and Brotski also making the playoffs.
Dental in the National Football picked up two-point conversions. Data Processing was the first .'
,, League. Thomas Waugh scored Den team to fall to NDRC last week '
NarJax kept their game with tal's touchdown and Gregory and they fell hard as NDRC
MATSG close for the first half Bowyer added the twopointer.The crushed them 42-0. Henry Askew
allowing them only an 8-6 lead, loss gave Dental a 6-6 record was the most prolific scorer as he
f' \ but they couldn't contain Jackie for the year. picked up three touchdowns.
.'.. \ : Hunt in the second half and he MATSG has one game left and 1-L: Also scoring for the winners
\ finished up the day with three that is with the second place VP- were Ike Oliver with a touchdownand
1 touchdowns and two conversion 16 team, who must win the gameto a two-pointer, Rommie
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f.. ; i attempts. have a chance at sharing the Johnson with a touchdown and a
l' Glenn Abbott scored NarJax'six top spot. two-pointer, Rich Beam with a
points. s.p. touchdown and Gil Austin with a
,. ( Dental also fell by a 26 point Barracks drops two pointer.
i margin when MATSG took a 34-8 1 NDRC's second win came in
decision. MATSG's scoring attack marked contrast to the first as
i' against Dental was a little MARTD, 30-0 they barely managed to edge
,f" more balanced than against Jax-The Marine Barracks NarJax No. 2 by a 7-6 score in
;\\t NarJax. as all five t tnl1l'hMwnsI brought their record back above overtime.Ike .
; c-i.. .,
:' Oliver gave NDRC a 6-0)
III the .500 percentage mark with a
F 30-0( win over MARTD in the halftime lead but James ThomastiedituptorNarJaxinthe
National Football League last second
\ ,\ week. hall. That was all the scoring
',, Its: DEFENSE IS THE BEST OFFENSE Mark' Wofnarowskl, a either team could and
Harrison Austin: was the managed
l man
r.r.t member of the MATSG defensive unit is shown applying some of the
NDRC: with
win when
escaped a
d, that MARTD had the most
that enabled MATSG to stop Dental 34-8 in last week's
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t( trouble with as he scored three they penetrated deepest in the
I' National Football League contest. overtime
period.
"' touchdowns. Lewis Jones scored
the other Marine Barracks touchdown

while Greg Duhaime and ... .....
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Jackie Hunt of MATSG pulled FootballStandings FAMILY MIGHT'
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Dental by a 34-8 score last week. AMERICAN LEAGUE $199 DUMPLINGS or R9

J. Hospital slips VP-49 11 W L 0 IGHT CHOPPED STEAK ':

FICEUR 9" *. Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato .and any 2 vegetables. Bread.and Butter '-4

past NarJax VW-4 "..; 8 4 LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM DINNER 4 PM till PM ..,.,
NDRC 7 5
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Jax-Hospital came out of its VP-5 :; ",5 S' Watch For Our Luncheon Meat Special 3 cents Monday Thru SaturdayAMERICA'S
only American League encounterlast HOSPITAL 5 7 wI
ft week with a narrow 14-12 NARJAX No.2 1 11
victory over NarJax No. 2. DPD 1 11
i The game was tied 6-6 at the
t half when Larry Jackson scored NATIONAL LEAGUE
for Hospital and James Thomas I W L P
scored for NarJax. Thomas MATSG -10 1 IZZð. '
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