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 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I ; NATTC disestablished after proud stay at IN AS I


Air training is truly an out-
: ,( : r Jax The Naval
:: ,:, : Technical Training Center standing achievement and
here has been dis- is principally due to the
established. untiring efforts and superb

On hand Nov. 1 to bid cooperation of the per-
farewell to NATTC Jax sonnel here at Jackson
s ,y yjr. Earl Huntley, .ttBefore
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President of the reading the

1 .. Jacksonville City Council; disestablishment orders,
Yi: 't7 RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, Capt. William Carrier,Jr.,
y COMTACAIRLANT; and NATTC COsaid"We have

RAdm. Albert M. Sackett, used the word'disestablishment'

Chief of Naval Technical to
Training. describe the evolution that

Huntley said, "If one is we are going through. Thisis

ILif not careful, it is possible to perhaps, not the correct
think of the U.S. Navy's team.
fd presence in Jacksonville in "A more appropriateterm

:. : -IIi terms of total numbers of might be 'Relocation'oreven'Revitalization'

people, total dollars ... I
brought into the local am most grateful to all the

economy, or total traffic menandwomenofNATTCand
problems created by arteries MATSG..officer,
i leading to the naval enlisted and civilianwhohave

r ruM installations."But planned and
the presence of the executed this transition."It .

i naval service in our was only through
community is much more. their steadfast loyalty,
Individual personnel, imaginative thinking and
citizens, taxpayers, land dedicated efforts that a
owners, parent-teacher plan was formulated and is
organization members, being smoothly carriedout.
employees and en- ."
trepreneurs of local "To our friends aboard

business, blood donors, the Air Station, COM-
fire fighters, Little League TACAIR, CO NAS with
coaches, Boy Scout various departments, CO
leaders, United Fund Naval Regional Medical
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contributors, school Center and other Tenant
teachers, Good Will Commands who have

collectors, city fair par- given us so, much support
ticipants, community and cooperation, we thank
service volunteers..all ''you."
reflect the contributions of With 460 students stilL

-..* : _____ your personnel to the total aboard, a contingent of

TH E LAST TIME-MATSG's color guard lowers the colors at NATTC for the last time. MAT SO had success enjoyed by this instructors and support
furnished administrative support for NATTC Marines before the Center was disestablished. bold new city. personnel will be left on
"I am also aware that board until the last sut-
Navy Newsgram base closures elsewhere dents graduate in

will effect a net gain of February.
naval personnel here in
Seabees to leave Davisville Jacksonville. As the new -

units arrive, we ,of course m odoa
welcome them and eagerly
SECNAV has announcedthat units there will be trans- 'which is in addition to the await their assimilationinto
the U.S. Naval Con- ferred to the Seabee general Navy-wide shore our community. But oow

struction Battalion Center Centers at Gulfport, Miss. establishment realign- these new arrivals do not NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
(NCBC) at Davisville, R.I. or Port Hueneme, Calif., ment program announcedlast take the place of Naval Air
will be closed down by the Norfolk Naval Stationor April, will affect some Technical Training Center Sunday
June 30, 1975. Newport Naval 2,000; military and 650 personnel." Divine Worship 8:30 a.m.
All Seabee and support Base. The reduction, Navy civilian personnel. RAdm. Geis said at Church All School Saints 9:30 Chapel.a.m.,
NATTC "has Divine Worship 11 a.m.'at
always been
Since its establishmentin All Saints Chapel.
big business here at times Fellowship
Junior Youth
I'R 1941, NCBC Davisville Senior Youth
J.AX E\lIlS having 1J:30 p.m.
nearly
10,000students.
has been associated with Fellowship 1:30 p.m.
the From several Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper training and assem- tours in Jacksonville I at the Small Chapel.
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, bling of personnel and know
NATTC
has ,
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a material for constructionof always Senior Choir Tuesday Rehearsal} 7
private firm.All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Navy and Marine Corps been a first rate outfit witha p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
must be forwarded to,the Public Affairs Office Box 2. HAS bases throughout the fine "reputation."You Christian Science Service 8
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication, Atlantic have the most p.m.! at the Small Chapel.
News Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 Mediterraneanand
Caribbean buildings, most of the time NAVAL HOSPITAL
3119. areas.
or
the most Divine Worship 9:30 a.m.
people have
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made you at St. Lukes.
/purchase, use or patronage without regard to At the peak of the led the way in sports, you
race, creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser, Southeast Asia conflict, have been strong leaders "AnCprote.tlnt Worship
user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this the Center supported in community affairs suchas 'Service 10:30 a.m. In
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the seven overstrength Mobile United Way, etc., and in Building 500.
refusal to print advertising m that source CATHOLICSaturday
Construction
Battalions.
every way have been top
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries At present, only three notch shipmates." Mass S p.m. at
concerning such should be directed to: St. Edward's .Chapel. .
(NMCB's 1, 40 and 71) RAdm. Sckett told the Sunday Mass,9/a.m. and 11
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6' remain.' gathering, "The ,smooth a.m.Tuesday Dally Thursday Mass-Monday and
< THE HOLT PUBLISHING. COMPANY transfer of the Aviation Friday-11:30 ..m. Wednesday .
1z1. 4747 San Juan Ave.,Jacksonville, Fla.32210 Mass 11:30 a.m. at
A MEM""'ATr EN Telephone 387-3564 To find the address of your Electricians and Aviation the Naval Hospital Chapel.
Ordnanceman Confessions 4:30:
social security office, look in schools Saturday
J VOL" 31 NO. 34 NOVEMBER 8, 1973 r the telephone book under from Jacksonville to to 5 p.m.
U.S. Government or Social Memphis without a
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Jax -'A local training flight turned out,to be far from routine last ,
,Thursday morning when one of VP-16's: P-3C"Orlons"was called,upon -
to answer a plea for ,help from floundering sailing vessel. li
The P-3,piloted by LCdr Al Jenkins,found the stricken ship,the 155- I '11,
foot schooner "Harry W,Adams" within fifteen minutes of receiving : .
the initial call for aid.
The ship was located approximately 85 miles southeast of I"J,
Jacksonville with one of its three masts broken and it appeared to be )
taking.on water.
Knowing that 'the USS America was only 25,miles away, LCdr. }
Jenkins radioed the aircraft carrier and requested helicopter
assistance. Within minutes, two choppers from the carrier were
heading for the schooner with rescue specialists, underwater
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demolition experts and heavy duty water pumps.
The helicopter lifted three young persons off the schooner and r
transferred them to the carrier* The ,remaining seven crewmen er
elected to remain onboard hi,an effort to save the Adams.
A Coast Guard aircraft arrived in the area an hour later,permitting
the P-3 to return home.The "Orion" had been circling the Adams for
over an hour and a half,acting as On-Scene-Commander,coordinating
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Other members of the,"Eagles" crew were Lt (jg) Tony Quartano,
ADJ1 Leonard Rhymes,AME1 Jim Hattaway and AW3 Ed Steighner. -r

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r. ,,,, .... .,. .. ... A02 Arthur R. Milligan 'of
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reenlisted for a total UI_. n.I..a..... :'>hs
I will give Milligan
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years
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presented Cavazos his advancement certificate. .

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I Your Exchange in NovemberJaxThe r

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The Navy Exchange Is new records have arrived yet; if manufacturers using Corfam,
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rolling out new selections of not,ask the manager about them. Clarino and other synthetics have
merchandise this month to help Watch for some new selections completely exhausted their stockof 6
you get a head start on your in budget sportswear for womenat this material and have also '-'* it-

Christmas buying.Backtonature the Navy Exchange-just in significantly depleted their "' ;,)$" "f, ,f; :
and the casual time for holiday gifts. Knit tops reserve inventory of completedshoes. "l"U,.11 :' 'Iff, ',

country look seem to be this and sweaters are availalble for ;., V/: ;
year's dominant trend in under These items offer ,, '
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As a result, shipments to Navy .,:, "
houseware items.Natural colors values and '
very good representfirst f"(1.
have been ', .
Exchanges seriously \ ,
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particularly brown and pastels, quality domestically J '; -,' :. ,
with of to ;: .
hampered delays !
are in demand in oven-to-table manufactured merchandise. up o ',.' 'i'. .
seven months being common.If .
serving accessories.In Dresses are becoming the 1ii."" "' "..

cookware, natural fashion topic these days with the the shortage continues for .. : 3i

aluminum and stainless interiorsare softly feminine look in polyesters, any length, the Exchange will be f .
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passing teflon and other non- jersey and banlon. The two most able to offer only the approved all ';Ir to':;:
stick coatings in popularity.As in important styles are ex leather military oxford to '
giftware, the 'earthy tones of tremes..Ute shirtwaist and the customers. '
chocolate brown are gaining in halter. ', i

interest. Black is becoming the color for Thanksgiving is only weeks '. '\, .. 0 .. >
Several leading record com- this season, followed by red-red away.Have you taken a good lookat
panies have announced that they and off-white.The citrus colors of your Thanksgiving needs, '

are producing Quadradisc lemon and lime also are particularly your tableware? Are \ f
Records with some of the big becoming popular.. Solid colorsare your glasses, flatware, dishes + ,

name artists ,being featured. receiving the most attention and serving accessories in: good .

These records are designed for with prints on a black shape for the holiday feast :. "I ,' :,_ .;}..
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play on stereo or mono units. made synthetic leather material selection of tableware that could : .. '-'. ,..J. <, (
Check the Navy Exchange' used in military footwear is now perk up your turkey and all the '.... .' '. .

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Employmentbriefing
I Local retired Marines : .


I NARU SAILOR OF THE QUARTER-ADR2 Richard D. Kannair has
planning celebrationJax been selected NARU's Sailor of the Quarter for the first quarter of FY

74. He is assigned to the Aircrew Training Division at Reserve
scheduledJax Retired Marines In Jacksonville. area are planning a
Training Unit (RTUM2.
"Mini-Marine Corps Ball" for Saturday evening, Nov. 10.
-A briefing for all Armed
The time,place and other detail will be worked out dependent on the \
Forces Personnel (and their
response from area Marine,Retirees. '
dependents) eligible for
retirement or transfer to the This year's "Mini Ball" will be a first for Marine Retirees. In the WILSON Pow
Fleet Reserve within the next two past, the retirees were able to attend the traditional Marine Corps

years and Command Counselorshas Birthday Balls usually held by one or more of the local Marine Corps 100,% GUARANTEED USED CARS
been scheduled for Nov. 16 in commands.All .

Hangar 1000, Room 240, at 9 a.m. retired Marines interested in:attending the get-together should 72 PONTIAC LEMANS 2 71 PLYMOUTH FURY III.2
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IMarines celebrate 198th birthday Nov. 10 :I


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} JaxThe following message from President Nixon is directed to all -
Marines: i / 4

"For 198.years of magnificent service, the United States Marine ,1,''
Corps has come to stand for something very special in American life.
From the first handful of volunteers recruited by Captain Samuel
Nicholas at the outset of the American Revolution down to our own i1L4*
day, to be a Marine has meant to be a member of an elite corps-a f
blend of heroes who have never failed when their country called on rnr ;
; them.No matter how enormous the challenge they faced.
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'Tor nearly two centuries courage has been the constant com- ( !
panion of the Corps along with an indelible sense of duty and the t7P'.r ,
highest standards of professionalism. \ _
'Today the mission of the Marine Corps, like that of our other "
service branches, is to protect the hard-wou peace that their past
sacrifices have made possible. This mission is every bit as '} .,
challenging-and every bit as important-as any other undertaken by i I''t
the Corps since its inception,and the outstanding quality of its officers i
and men gives us reason to expect that today, as always the United
States Marines will do their duty and accomplish their mission. .
"The anniversary of the Corps is a time of pride and thankfulnessfor
all of our people. As President, I speak for them in extending the -
best wishes of a grateful nation to all members of the Corps for 198 ,wjwi
years of unexcelled heroism and duty proudly done." 1


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; ...to Serve You Better and Better! 198th anniversary is the'first one mover a decade which has not :
...; .seen Marine Units committed to combat. Another chapter in our
'., illustrious history has closed, and we stand poised between our vivid
I experiences of the past and the challenges of the future-a Corps in

Ii i 'I' .,..;:.{.. "" .' .J",,,!, transition.
; "This is the time of innovatioa.Jn the best'Marine "Between Wars"
f ", n > tradition,where fresh ideas get their day in court.
: : Muqr "This a time of newness..as we test new equipment, new tactics, .
I and new techniques, and we build new capabilities on the bedrock of '
the tried and true.
I w "Above all,this is a time of preparation-by individuals and by units,
for the next time we must answer the call to protect our nation's in-
MOBILE HOMES : terests.

I .. .., "The future of our Corps is already being determined part,by the
quality of our efforts right at this moment.Every skill we polish,every
-i .; potential leader we identify and develop, and every future
'. ; 6 LOCATIONS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE '. requirement we anticipate today will eventually work to our ad
1/ .. : vantage. We can round out our second century of service in the best
JACKSONVILLE GREEN COVE SPRINGS shape ever.
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:i ... 5070 Normandy Boulevard 7&8110411S U.S.Highway 17 North 284-5416 :" "For the foresighted and the innovative,it's an exciting time to be a
) \ Philips Highway 737-4364 STARKE .
I ORANGE PARK 1650 No.Temple St.(U.S.301) 94-7212 Marine. My birthday wishes to all Marines go out with the hope that
i Standing Boulevard 264-0569 PALATKA ? : each of you will be caught up in that spirit -;' >
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Featuring AMERICAN HERITAGE FURNITURE ; r Or vacant tot.or purcfMM mobile hom 7 .I
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We traced.'the:problem 'to a malfunction in our computerized aw
typesetter caused by a peanut butter'cookie'crumb. Our all volunteer rr K
I proof reader has been cautioned to be more attentive to his responsibilities Iti \
in future editions.

I. With a new crop of pecans beginning to fall we searched through
I: our recipes loran appropriate recipe to use these tasty nuts to their
1 best advantage.We came up with a recipe for pecan devinity that will

''t{ satisfy any.. sweet. .tooth :M
\ : : 1 Pecan Divinity ,.4. :'

,,i INGREDIENTS: 2Mz Cups sugar, 2 Egg whites (stiffly beaten), ft ? ,_ .....'toJ,

I Cup water,%Cup light corn syrup, 1 Cup chopped pecans, V Teaspoon j ". \ ,. ..
i Salt, 1 Teaspoon vanilla. ,...' '." "t
} Place sugar,syrup and water in sauce pan. Cook until it spins a fine 1''r 4 .iI4 f, i
9 thread when dropped from spoon dipped in syrup. Do not stir while r-

; cooking as this tends to make candy sugary rather than creamy. Beatas '
syrup is slowly poured over egg whites. Continue beating until
creamy, add salt, vanilla and nuts. Drop by teaspoon in serving size aPLENTY
", pieces on waxed paper. After spooning onto waxed paper a nut half
may be pressed into each piece for additional flavor and for

decoration.
I I. Cooking of the syrup is most important for success in making
1 divinity.If it is overcooked it turns out sugary, undercooked it tends to
t be runny. Undercooked divinity can sometimes be saved by pouring
into a greased dish and if it sets properly can be cut into serving size
t pieces.We have never found a way to salvage overcooked divinity.
Although we call it pecan divinity it can be made just as well with
walnuts. OF MANPOWER was on hand when ground was broken here for the East Coast's only

I i A final tip.Make your divinity when the weather is cool and dry. combined operational and maintenance training facility for the Navy's P-3 "Orion" aircraft. Shown
I l (L-R) are: LCdr.J.R. Boatwright, NAMTRADET QIC;Capt. T.K.Jones, Public Works Officer; Jack
Graves, Vice President of Kemp, Bunch and Jackson Architects, Inc.; Tom Murphy, representing
International I Builders of Florida,prime contractor; Capt. A.P. Lesperance COMP A TWI N G 11; and

I MagnClV"ox. Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO. The facility is scheduled for completion by mid-April 1975.



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of 25" COLOR conSOL' .'. '
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!1t with all the/e fine BURLESKTOPLESS Jax The Retired Enlisteds

quality feature and, Ladies Auxiliary will hold
their ,regular monthly meeting
..AUTOMATIC Color .. Wednesday, Nov. 14, at 7:30 p.m..
Tints
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AUTOMATIC FineT'lning Bartenders,Waitresses
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: SUPER BRIGHT'* Picture Tube well-known cosmetics firm, will
1 YEAR WARRANTY be the guest, speaker for the
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Any retiree's wife may attend
""" Automatic Automatic Tint Color reduce and the meeting, regardless of
I variations)Color imtnuty, Servicemen whether or not. she is a member of I
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t. ti tones and Automatic
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an accurately tuned picture"
on every channel.Add A We've
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predominantly solid-statechassis
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and a Super Bright
Matrix picture tulx, .andyou've .at!,..
got yourself a realMagnavox
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1 FULL YEARWARRANTY If anything goes wrong with your TV during the first SATISFACTION OF A
year and 11'1 the fault of Magnavox K will be repaired
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MAGNAVOXCOLOR for a nw tube, ;In the first year, Magnavox ....iA
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CONVENIENT JAX AREA LOCATIONS .

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\ Commission (CSC) has announced to pay for 1
',0"': .changes in benefits and or both. I
premium rates for the 40 plans The :
participating in the Federal biweekly .
Employees Health Benefits
premium
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,. program in 1974. increased from. i
An "open season" is scheduledfor self-only
Nov. 15-30 during which time $10.17 to $

-- Have You Heard ? eligible employees may newly enrollment,
enroll and employees and the
the 10WC "Bdxctdr retirees already enrolled may $595 million.
I is November 211!*! change from one plan or option to The
I another, or from self-only to premium cost
dl Jht( NA.5.ORriCers; Club/ family coverage. (Changes from 40 percent of
Io4o.-arm. family to self-only coverage may option premium
1>onl. Mi.s IHC2 / be made at any'time.) plans not to
made
Changes by employeesand actual premium.In
annuitants during the open addition to
season will take effect the first ment-wide
pay period in Janurary 1974, the Blue Shield and
same time that new preminumsrates largest plans
become effective. American .
Premium rates for most of the Plan, the ,
plans will be increased by Letter Carriers 1
o varying amounts in 1974 to enable Kaiser
plans to meet their benefit for Northern I
payment obligations to sub- California.For .
cribers in the face of rising costs 1974, the 4

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rescues pilotJax I I

Jax-The following is a reportof Speeding .I
motor vehicle accidents and Reckless driving
-The paint was hardly dryon over Lt (jg) Phelps. traffic violations for the period of Going through i
Hangar 122 showing the new AMS2 Lombardo jumped from Oct29Nov4. Other Violations
home of the HC-2 "Fleet Angels" the helo to help the downed pilot Number of Accidents. I
when another addition vas madeto free himself from his parachuteand This Period 11 : )
the long list of squadron attach himself to the helo's This Period a year ago 14 peared before v"r'
rescues. rescue hoist. Total accidents this year 396 Officer.
Lt (jg) Phelps was safely Total accidents through this Three lost )1
On Oct. 22 Lt (jg) Dave Phelpsof hoisted aboard and returned to period last year. 343 privileges ( )

VA-87, homeported at Cecil the., ship.. .. ... Total number of days since last various pfrio ;
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Field, experienced .mechanical } Injury In a motor vehicle accident assigned to
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difficulties'rl g his catapult t For Lt.(jg) Phelps this) ,was an -3. hour course in ; 1
launch from the deck of the USS experience that'he hopes.he will Number of days since an injury None received P
Franklin never have to relieve, but for the
D. Roosevelt and was last year at this time 5 were given ; :
forced to eject from his A-7 crews of HC-2,whose primary jobis Number of Violations dismissed; .
aircraft. search and rescue,it is alwaysan This Period 35 (U.S.
expected occurance.. :
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Within minutes the rescue helo HC-2 is the Navy's oldest \
from HC-2 Lt. Tom celebratingits '. .
piloted by helicopter squadron, f'
Imphong, a past NAS Jar' SAR 25th anniversary this year, I
pilot, and carrying Lt. Rick Jost and has rescued close to 2000 .. I
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AMS2 Lombardo, was hovering floods and enemy hostilities.
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the JOWC Christmas Bazaar, |lust one type of handmade "goodie"you'll be able to buy. Nov.29 at
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VP-49 has
given 130 -'If'
potential Navy officers first-hand "
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'\ The squadron played host students from Orange,Park High School's "
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Junior
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comments, they were
impressed with what they saw. \
Acompanied by their instructor of Naval Science, Cdr. Scott Edwards, the A t
students (
including 30 females) .
spent the morning with an introduction to naval ifr
aviation
: a more detailed look \
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Navy's flight ,
world of Anti-Anti-Submarine warfare. training program and the t jtI

orientation Following lunch,85 cadets went up in the"Woodpeckers"P-3C Orions for short trI r
flights' which gave several the students their first taste of flying.
Students in the air were treated to a moment at the controls, as well as
demonstrations
of inflight engine starts and low altitude overwater flight. I
Those who were not able to fly spent the afternoon touring the squadron's
spaces and viewing static displays of VP-49's aircraft.

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!I VP-56 shows members way to'job satisfaction... -

.r -- Classroom Study
I; : By LtJg( ) Tom Jemlson
had learnedthese
Once the men

qty a I Jax--Have you about ever not,beard being preliminary skills they .
a w A people complain
moved to Phase II where they
I'I'It kL: ::! :: challenged being allowed by their to realize job, about their full not were trained in the electronic

world of the Sensor Station Three
potential?Too often men feel that
operator. In the classroom the
they could do an outstanding job
the
men were taught fundamental *
of the Navy's modern
in
one
physics 'of sound and
technical ratings, but don't know
it to their
find electricity as pertained
how to. get started or
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themselves disqualified by poor equipment.On
i, r in GCT-ARI testing.. the job training reinforced
:! performance these theories as the men learnedto
VP-56 has recognized this skillfully operate the P-3C's

f potentially tremendous source of radar, magnetic anomaly
'" ( talent and has begun doing detection gear, electromagnetic
I a ? something about it! radiation sensing gear, and low

"i Two man who have already light level television set. Once the
benefitted from the squadron's
men had mastered the gear they
attention to human resources are were taught how to employ it
: Airmen Eugene Nichols and Joel tactically to the greatest ad-

I I Wade. After reporting to the vantage of their crew.

H Mw .44 squadron from Boot Camp the Through periodic progress
to the
men were assigned exams, the men demonstrated

Maintenance Department.,, that'they were ready to move on
While working there they came
to the rigorous training programat
in contact with many flight crew VP-30 in Patuxent River,
personnel and became interestedin Maryland. This training formed

,II the Acoustic Antisubmarine Phase Three of the program and
Warfare Operator, or AW rating.
\ gave the men a firm backgroundto
J After an interview with the move on to Phase Four that

Career Counseling Office, their began when the men returned to.
request for transfer to the AW VP-56.

shop was approved. Airmen Wade and Nichols are '
I Even though their GCT scores in Phase Four now, the phase :

were lower than required for"A" that leads to their designation as

school,their ground performance aircrewmen In the P3C. They'llbe
convinced the command of their their aircrew ,
pinning on wings
I 'potential!* soon and U you ask them,.they'll
Whenever the shop's workload be to tell how the
ANOTHER LESSON-AW2 Thad Bergling demonstrates the principles sonobuoy operation to permitted, Airman Wade and glad be you Navy and
i PNSN Clyde DeWoody, AK3 Jim Smith and AWAN Joel Wade. The sonobuoy will become a part of Nichols took part in a four-phase can as challenging

t their life as the men advance to the Sensor Station 1 and 2 positions on the. P-J'ORION". indoctrination program devisedby make rewarding it. as a man chooses to

I the AW shop chief, Warrant This kind of apprenticeship
Officer Hank, Baak of the
the
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ta a Canadian Armed Forces (on critical AW'rating has thus been
exchange duty with VP-56)).
I proven successful ,and is now
Phase One was an orientationinto being put to use to help two more

,\ DID YOU KNOW -. the fundamentals of,working men make,the,transition.,PNSN .
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safely and effectively around Clyde Dewpody'and'AK3 _James :
aircraft in'' 'a Navy1' Patrol
Smith have been transferred to
i YOU HAVE A .. Squadron. Later, after satisfying the AW shop and are following in .
medical and survival ,
training the footsteps of their r, .
t requirements, the men were predecessors. :','
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James L. ,Cathell has been fYf :'
theP-3C aircraft the "
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I >: ,' ". Results help both. squadron and individual i ';ji 'I'ICoat.


( .From P.12)) was able to ..- '
and is soon to begin training for with one of pass the a NATOPS exam A l:. ', '.' ; :
highest grades if /. \\1\ r i .4k II
the Job of Second Mechanic, recorded in the squadron last t \, ;J; ,
another billet usually reservedfor June. This proved Bill's .,""'W',", < .
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more senior men who have knowledge of the, aircraft and ..,, ':.\ .
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had the benefit of the VP-30 was followed by a check tide to '10 .

training syllabus. test his expertise the science of .., '
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Another Example navigation and communications I. ". "l' ___

Another example ,of a VP-56 in the P-3C )k ,', ,1 .l
man who wanted a challenge and .> :\
got it is Warrant Officer Bill Again Bill demonstrated the ; -
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Moore. Bill enlisted.in July of value of experience and hard ... W7
:1958, and progressed to the rankof work: and passed the check ride In of .
Chief Petty Officer before very convincing style, and on :r >; ".
transferring to the AW rating July 25th became the first 'k,;::f',
Warrant Officer in the history of ,
As an AW Chief, Bill's most
the P-3C weapons system to be N -
valuable experience came whenhe designated
a Navigator-
was aboard,the USS Intrepid Communicator without benefit of ff
where he was assigned to a billet previous
training as a Naval ..
,
doing research'and developmentin : .
advanced ASW software Flight Officer! d i I<', ........ r

utilizing a state of the art computer Bill has been flying as sub
dedicated strictly to ASW.
stitute
NAV-COMM as needed on

While working on this projectBill many of VP-56's twelve crews,
selected for but is to be awarded a Seat as a'
was promotion to
Warrant Officer and received permanent member of Crew One .} t
orders to VP-56.After arriving In in early December. He is now In 1vTP I'.
training to fill the position of P-3C
the squadron, Bill was slated for
to fill the Tactical Coordinator or''TACCO.
training position of .
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navigator-communicator the (NAV- Once in the I position,.Warrant I s i.,;: p r:;...)yf .,i.
COMM) in P-3C aircraft. '/ '
Officer Bill Moore will be eligibleto ."
This presented a real challengefor fly as Mission Commander on .
READY TO FLY-Warrant Officer does a navigation preflight for an operational mission with VP'DOWNERS' -
Bill since he found himself in operational ASW flights, and he 5*. .- ;)
a position usually filled by too would be glad to tell you about
designated Naval Flight Officers, the challenges and rewards .
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or NFO's, who had received available In today's Navy. ',.. (.II...'.. .
formal navigation training in the '
Naval Air Training Commandand Not Convinced? ', .. i,
specific training in the If you find yourself still unconvinced ..* \. ,
systems aboard the P-3C aircraftat that you can realize *
VP-30. your full potential in the Navy,
consider this final example. An Ci-iJI
Bill's training program was ex-enlisted man now a designated
self-administered and consistedof Naval Aviator is soon to set
reading air navigation another precedent for the '
manuals and notes taken by other ; 1
Dragons of VP56. '
NFO's in'the squadron while they: .. ". ** o rs ',: .f: can be deadly! .;.. .i..
had been'at the RAG,'This study On December 12th of this year 's,: ,
was accompanied by many Commander Charles Cornett will DONT BLOW YOUR HIND .s", '
discussions with NAV-COMMS, become the first, man to have .ro(
Tactical Coordinators, and Pilotsas worked his way up through the <
well as on-the job training In ranks from E-l to the Commanding .

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heavy flying schedule duringthe
squadron's Keflavik The challenge is there, meet it In the PIRATES TAVERNlfDON
deployment. provided Bill with bead on and you'll find the
the necessary experience and he rewards! .
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PAGE 14 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER NOVEMBER, 8, 1973What's
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Jax In defining "ecology," Gordon Harrison of the Ford Foun-
dation recounted a sequence of events in Borneo that began when pest Y
control officers sprayed DDT on certain areas to control mosquitosand
the malaria they spread.
Shortly after, the roofs of native houses began to fall because thatch
was eaten by caterpillars, who because of their particular eating ,<
habits had not absorbed much DDT and thus were not harmed.
However,,predatory wasps that had been keeping the caterpillar
population under control had been mostly killed by the DDT-so
caterpillars reproduced explosively.
Exterminators then brought the spraying indoors to control
houseflies. Up to that time,control of flies was the job of the gecko, a
little lizard,but these animals, eating.flies doused with DDT, began to
die of poisoning.Then .
,the poisoned geckos were eaten by cats,and they began to die- -1L: :
in such numbers that rats began to invade the houses. ifq
The rats were potential plague carriers so the ugly head of disease
rose again. Health officials finally resorted to parachuting other cats
into the area to restore part of the balance of populations.The .
story illustrates the primary concern of the "young" science of
ecology: the study of how organisms are dependent on other living I Ii
survive.members in a community and how all depend on the evironment to S

The immediate moral is that exterminators had ignored basic
ecological principles; the long-range moral is the far-reaching effects
.., on all life of human attempts to alter the environment-effects that :
vary between GOOD and BAD. _


Were you a winner ? THE SHIRELLESARE COMING to Hancock Hall Friday, Nov. 16, for two shows.. Show times are

10:30 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. The group has made, many million-sellers, including "Soldier Boy",
Jax Following is a list of the Cart: Kenny Harris (C1582));Salt "Dedicated To The One I Love"and"Will You Love Me Tomorrow".
NAS Jax air show door prize Water Rod and Reel: Mr.
winners and their tickets numbers Burkhart ((2076); Fresh Water
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I 350cc Motorcycle: Alan Pirtle (B4337); Golf Cart: Zaragosa
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Hours 5930PM., Call 355-2741 and PROF.PHOTOGRAPHICSERVICE WHO HAD SO LITTLE REGARD Streisand and Walter Matthau.1

ask for ROYAL openings SERVICES at NAS., INC. Commercial. ,Wedding, Portraits WEBUYANDSELLGOOD FOR MY HUSBAND" Comedy, "G" ((146 min.) f .
388 8408 USEDMOBILE HOMES
Starring ,Carmine Caridi and HOSPITAL "HITLER-THEl
Phone 388.4619 :
JOIN THE WONDERFUL WORLDOF SELLING OUT Cynthia Harris. "R"- (87,min.) LAST TEN DAYS"Tuesday !
KELLY GIRL Lots, Jax., George Lake and Half. COLONY MOBILE HOMES HOSPITAL 'THIS EARTH IS t..

Like variety? You Name I It, We haveit. moon Lake, Houses, Mobile Homes, Sales 8.Rentals,9359103rd St.Call 771- MINE" Nov. 13 I
Temporary, Part-Time or all the Trucks, Utility Trailers and Houses. 0275 Photostating and notary service. ,
time, convenient areas, Best firms, 781-3260 or 7783465. 'Saturday, Nov.10NAS NAS: "Sssssss" Horror/

Highest Pay. Call or stop Into our ORANGE PARK LET YOUR RENT : "EL CONDOR" Western, Starring Strother Martin and

Friendly.office today, Big Rummage Sale, this Sat. begIn. BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT' Starring Jim Brown and Lee Van Dirk Benedict "PG" (99 min.)

531 Fla. Nat'l. Bank Bldg. nlng at 10 A.M., by Boy Scout Troop DEPOSIT REQUIRED Cleef. "R" ((102 min.) HOSPITAL : "HELLO' ',
KELLY GIRLS 414.At corner of Hwy. 178. KingsleyatCity SUMIT MOBILE HOMES ,
HOSPITAL "I COULD
Hall. For pickup of donated artides. 5210 Phillips Highway,733.9422 : QOLL
Call 2647123. Public Shoppers BRING THIS AD FOR $100 OFF.
PART OR FULLTIMEMECHANICS Invited.

MOBILE HOME LOTS Y"I
Afternoons, Saturdays or Full.Time THE SSS HAULING CO. 40 Miles from Cecil. Direct access to

Jax top Chevrolet Dealer,, Apply)in Anything, Anytime, Anywhere. 6,000 Acres of Fresh Water Lakes.
person to Mr Foster, NIMNICHT Courteous Service & Reasonable Paved Streets, Underground Utilities.
CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat Rates. Free Estimates with no Lot Price Includes All Utilities. From

Avenue. obligation. 781-3260 or 7783465. $3,000.For 85' X 100' Lot.3 Miles South

'of Waldo,, Fla. Just off of U.S. 301- ;
POLAROID: LAND CAMERA420
Follow HI-Way Signs.
SMALLLICENSED NURSERY Practically New,264.0096 ;
LAKE ALTO ESTATESBox
Located behind Cedar Hills Shopping After P.M. _
26,Waldo, Fla.
Center. Regular hours or split shift
7721429.. I tEAL, ,E TATE R Phone. .9044681911. -, s.:

BY OWNER 3 BEDROOM,2BATH I[) TMWSP.Thfl.NfATTENTION ] \ ,, 1.

GREATJOBEarn Paneled Family Room-Carport, '- t
$50-$75 per wk., working part) Utility room & complete landscapIng. HUNTERS
time calling on' single girls. Earn $22,000. Normandy Village 781.3260 or Bench Seat from Chevy Van. Never .
more with Incentive plan. Must be 778-3465. used,excellent condition.$25.00 Phone ry a' a @. fiA A.

sharpl) Phone 7213600. Holt, 387-3566, or 264-2573 weekends.
WE BUY & SELL EQUITIESCall
-for quick service '
us 66CHEVELLE-L-88
Immediate SKILLED AIRCRAFT openings WORKERS for day or Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. 4-Spd., Super Shifter, Can arrange no ;.s k .

Excellent benefits In 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. money down financing. Call 358,08$1.NO ,
evening ,shift : 737.3864' k
eluding paid vacations, holidays, life 771.305
and health Insurance. Interviews from TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE CASH NEEDED '

8 A.M. 4 P.M. Monday through TWO, up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile NOCREDITNEEDED ;
Eland up,18 yrs.or older
Friday. *.j. radius Cecil Field! :8. I-29S $2,000.00 to 'We can self you a c and get complete .
AERO CORPORATIONLake $3,000.00 per acre.. Prices'are',far .
financing arranged. 3534575. 7
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City Airport below near-future values. Call Tony ;

Lake City,Florida George, 3895514Eve..771-1976. : ,
1944 MUSTANG2DR. }
MAPPING YOUR FUTURE FOR SCHOOLbut you.doo'fknow which to gp? :
Phone 1752-7911 XMAS SPECIAL ., HT,V-8, 4-Spd., No Cash Down,. wary ,
An Equal Opportunity Employer' Susie St. Near Ken Rd., 100'.X125'. very low mo. pymts.: Call 358-0881. See an education counsel.He could set,you on a straight course.One look at pretty .:;

Paved Street, $4400. Terms. KathI Horan and you can see by the lay of the land that she is well charted.Y

MECHANICALLY INCLINED? WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA MUST SELL

Want man' to train as foreign car Realtors Specialist 1967.1500 Flat, 5Spd., Newly rebuilt,
mechanic under project transition $700. or best offer. 7716208.
BRICK BEAUTY IN STARKE
program. Top pay & benefits, after
training with management 3DR.,2Bath, LR, DR, kit.,foyer, Dbl.-i i '72 HONDA 450
.ap
portunlty, 3891644.SALESMANWOMAN. garage,chain link fence, 1.8 acres golf Excel. Cond., extras, stretch forks,
course within 300 yds. Very nice. For' $950., 26A5801.BETTER TAKEI'295.
info. Pis. Call George Roberts Real "

Part-Time, Excellent Income Estate 964-7826 or Wayne Douglas, CARS FOR LESS MONEY "

781-8454 ASSOC._9646593. Used VW's Compacts, other foreign 4

SUMMER CABINSINTHESMOKIES makes. Astro Motors. 6566 NormandyBlvd. DIRECT TO...
JIJ i iArecordedmessageby '
: 7814978.

Near Cherokee 8. Bryson City, N.C. .... ,
SCOTT EDWARDS Paved Roads, Good Water,. Beautiful '65 CORVETTE STINGRAY COUPE :;::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::=::e::;:;::::::::::::::.:;::::: '

Permanent or Summer Classic, Excellent *
For
how to be a Scenery. 'ftti
Tells DISCJOCKEYCall you Homes. Jax. Beach, Phone 246.8383 or 358-0881. :::: 9. NORM INDY bLVO. f..

355-2944 any hour. Approved for BRYSON City, N.C. Phone 4882714.. '6ICHEVELLG MALIBU ::::
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veterans., Columbia School of 2DR., HT, V-8, Auto, fact. ,air, PS, ..:.:
WE BUY EQUITIES '
Brcadcastlng. San Francisco. Not Good Cond., $1195. 786-1788. III iii ::
LoulseT. Bailey
affiliated with CBS, Inc.: Course by i ::
771.3605'''
home study; Broker NO DOWN PAYMENT .:: .J I ..::r
'CHEVY IMPALA

AUTO AIR COND.SERVICERoom CALL SHIPMATEJoe 4DR,HT.V-8,Auto,AC$1095. WESTSIDE I
Central Units, Tyler Ropiak (RET Navy) '68 PLYMOUTH FURY CONV. -9:1I
Units, Salesman '. :: .5 i +
Estate .
Heating & Air Conditioning 4711 Licensed Real V.,,Auto$995. :::: 11I:::::
Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore), 388-5161. 'Representing 'CHEVY IMPALA
Blanding Agency, Inc. RealtorsHome181.7115' Red,2DR,HT,sa95 '.
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771-9513: "J
SWAP WANTED Office '68CHEVY IMPALA

I have orders to attend.school Dec, 5, Yellow,2DR, HT,$795. ...;., ....;....:.,:.,..,..
1973.,then to VA-87,would like to swap 3BEDROOM,2BATHPaneled. '68 CHEVY IMPALA j :::: .:::

with anyone in a P-3 squadron,needed Family Room, Carpets, Blue,v.a,Auto,$695. t:I ORANGE PARK '*::.
stationed .In\ Jax. fenced concrete Block, 18,500 BTU AC
an ADJ-3 to trade Owner will carry Mortgage or '67 CHEVY STA.WO. :'::::;A::::::: ;:::y:::: =:::: :';:;f;::::::::8:::ff;::::::::::A :
7 ".3169, or 729 FountalnebleauCrescent $23,000. V-8,Auto,AC$795. "
:Vansandt, Realtor,3893549.
Jax., Fla. VA-FHA- '4J CHEVY IMPALA

KIRBYVACUUM CLEANER HOUSE FOR SALE BYOWNERBuy White,V-8,Auto$995. ,. The Bases and Orange: Park are now only ..':'

,Responsible party: take up payments equity& assume $100 mo. pymts, 6S PLYMOUTH VALIANT'6.cyl.'Auto .. minutes ;away. Take I 1-295' 'expressway ,to the :

of. St.00 per'month. Rayfield's 'or refinance, 3BR., 2Ba., Carpet, ,$595. Normandy exit, then'right 'ivi miles and' one .
PAYMENTS
6437 Wilson Blvd., 772.8936 :screened porch, carport, utility Rm., LOW MONTHLY to-. 1VOLKSWAGEN
NEEDED traffic light brings you
CREDIT !.
Cent. Heat, ((1) 18,000 BTU AC, .
GOLD VELVET' COUCH BIRO,& Ref., fncd. yd., Conv. to NAS GOMER PYLE.MOTORS COUNTRY':
Custom Made, Seats 6 comfortably, 8. Cecil aft. Call aft. 6 P.M. 2640257. 1510 Malrtt.
New Condition, Orlg. cost $700 Asking NO REALTORS 353.9211 353.4575 '

$350. Call 2648044. after '6 PM or UARy"AUTOMOTIVe ..It's a nice trip and so are the savings. ; :;;
anytime on weekends. 1\ / '.t.,
'1171 CASSAT 387-2839
JOHNS RIVERIn THE LARGEST LITTLE USED "
JEANS PROFESSIONAL UNF.APT ON ST. "'
DANCE ACADEMY Avondale, 1 BR; Kit equipped. $175 ,CAR DEALER IN JACKSONVILLE WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN

\Westconnett at 103rd & Orange Park, mo./ AvaIIDec.! 1st; Write Mrs. Cunningham FOREIGN DEALING A DOMESTIC IN EXCEPTIONAL USED CARS
;: Ballet Tap, Toe, 4269 McGlrts Blvd. Jax.,
Bellalr Civic: Bldg., 19i8 CtiEV.IMPALA4DR SEDAN ,
Jazz, Hula, Tahitian, Baton, 8. 32210. Ideal. one adult. Seclusive, No swim.and Small V-8, AT, ,PS, 'Ac, WW, Rad., INC., "
loud
No' partying
771.2521 secure. ,
acrobatics Register Now at
Htr.;exceptionally,clean" Compare,
NAS. Tel No 388- ,
& Adults. Pool. 30 Min. from ,.,
Children '
771-54644 778-3655, $1095. Our Price $895. : '''If','( ,
9886. '49 IMP."DR. SPORT SEDAN 1150 LANE AVENUE'SOUTH

.. GEORGE'S KENNELS OFFICE OR SHOP Turq. Int., small V8PS, AT, AC, 7a1.5S11J \
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Dogs & Cats Boarded LOCATION FOR RENT R&H, WW, operates on regular gas, TELEPHONE k'.I
Pick-tJp & delivery services since traffic, central Westslde. San compare at $1395, Our Price $1195. I
'';1925. Grooming, training & shipping. High Cassat. PONTIAC LEMAN* ,.' '
& Juan between Blanding and t ...:
Visitors welcome. BankAmerlcard 1200 sq. ft., Air Conditioned, (optional : 2DR, HT, Bucket $eats'consoler l ; AT, '. .''Y. .' .' .;..
Mastercharge honored. Off MO near reasonable rent. Phone PS, AC, WW,' R&H, Compare $1495,! .1.1I
), very .
Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. Our'Price 1175. ,J"
v.... .$O$$ Edgewood Ct.,389-004 3873566. .. .. I
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II .. .. ,.,..,...... 1972 TENT CAMPER By Camel. For Sale: 72 HONDA CB 750,
':=>> W
I ; Sleeps Six, With Kitchen Unit, Custom Machine 9,000 miles,
: THE Fi;;: .wM.iiK T- ; 9x12 Tent Canopy, Spare Tire, Exc. Cond. $1300. 264-3124

Propane Tank, .$1100()(), Call 264- ..-......
A FREE PERSONAL WAN T.SERVICE 5543 For Sale.CRIB and MATTRESS
for Military and Civilian Employees('fN, AS Jax and NAS Cecil Field Excellent Condition' $15.00

...--------IIIi-------------J 11-I-HI Walker Included 264-6217
0I Sets of ENCYCLOPEDIAS ..........
For Sale Two
r" FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM
$350. Call 781- 250 cc HARLEY'SPRINT, Street

(ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) 8763 781-8763 1974 Tag & Sticker, Good Cond,

N11-.- Runs Great Includes Helmet $200
I'I
737.3093
For Rent: Mobile Home on 2736 ..... .
I Jones Rd. 10x60 CH&AC Fully

Equipped, 20 min. drive to Cecil 1969 VW SQUARE BACK Has

1.I Field No Drinkers Phone, 781.5905 New Tires Rebuilt Engine $850

$135 mo. with Tow, Bar 264-0831
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TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW. N IN I
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,A -:. BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN.YOUR AD. Perfect .---'
1964 'VW Mechanically
,; Garage Sale, BED, ANTIQUE
'. Phone 388-0925 After 5 PM
T. $325 '
CHEST Walnut Desk MGB
OAK ,
:'t : -...-..
I -\ Tow Bar and much more 264-0831
Name Office or activity to which assigned
1 1963 OLDS TRANSMISSION and

other Spare Parts $30.00. Takes For Sale: 400MM 6.3 TELE.
i All 387-0161 ASTRANAR lens w-Nikon mount
Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No., Signature a and case. $40.00 Call Cochran 772.

f 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all Information requested, Ie; Full 1E 3077
E I military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name(typed or printed)of person submitting ad and 1 or 2 ACRES, Country living at
NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature,'grade or rank-rate, office or activity p Its best. Paved road to driveway For Sale: 1971 CAMARO 307, 3-

I 2. Free advertising In the "FleeT MARKET to which is assigned and telephone. This $3495 or $6795 Both. 282-5574 speed, Radio & Heater, Gold with
informationhe is for authenticationoffice only and your ad '
.. will be limited to: Offers to buy,sell or rent housing should be worded Independently of this Information. Anytime: Middleburg White Interior Call 771.3883NNNI
for personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I -I

;,. I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to 5. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In 1 OIL SPACE HEATER 60,000
work announcements of educational
and from
; NOON. Ads 1971 YAMAHA ENDURO Low
the following edition Is MONDAY
courses offered by nonprofit organizations or BTU Tank and Stand $30.00
\ arriving after that date will be placed In the Mileage New Brakes, Excellent
" governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be ac. Westinghouse 40" ELEC.
will be '
following week's edition. Ads run only one
cepted only If the words "PCS" (for military), or Condition $525.00 or Equity and $25.00
time, unless submitted as prescribed above. RANGE < 743-3092
; "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians( leaving the take Balance 264-3147
Jacksonville area)are Included in the wording of the
6. No phone calls will be accepted regarding t /
ad Ads for pets will be carried only when ac. ,
I companied by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR '55 CHEVY White, 327, 4-speed,
NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide
8-TRACK STEREO: TAPE
l I 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. 1 Nice rubber, beautiful Interior,
PLAYER with beautiful wood
f f'.j: I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed Nice body, First $575 gets it 772-
r In each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No speakers. No AMP needed. 9455
will be rejected more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be Almost new. Must sell $70 or best

,I accepted. offer 778.1399
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T Ladles New Winter BEIGE
I
MARKET" Editor, Coo' JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, >. Ads appearing to .be in the promotion of a t
Steel Patio
COAT Size 10-GRN
I NAS Jacksonville Jacksonville, Florida 32212, business( or which do not meet the above t
requirements, will be rejected. The publisher 8-TRACK CAR TAPE DECK Table-FootlockeMI Jalousie
I EdiOtor
"Flee-T MARKET" c.0 LATWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. 1I Small, can put anywhere, but has Windows All Bargain Priced 388-
i I 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. .These! forms all features of larger models $40or 8455 '

1-_s s.__s.----------__-__,-__- -_- -_- _______. best offer 778.1399

1973 CHEV IMPALA AC, AM. HOTPOINT ELECTRIC RANGEfor Wanted: Good Used GARDEN

FM, 12,000 ml 1970 FIAT 850 Sale 30" Wide Very Good ROTARY TILLER Call 781-2019 For Sale: OUTBOARD OFFICER Style BLUES 44L

t SPYDER 38mpg 50,000 mi 1964 Condition $75.00 Call 778-3048 After 4PM HYDROPLANE Has Reached Never Striped Never Cuffed

OLDS JETSTAR 50,000 ml All Speeds of 80MPH Custom Built! $50.00 771-9457

Power Call 264.9879 evenings. 1973 HONDA 500 Like New Call PORTABLE DISHWASHER. No Junk $150.00 Contact Me--.
wkends. to Thurs. '$35.00 264- Daniel Cecil 565, 772-7736 ::
771-6378 from Mon. Excellent Condition New AUTO 8 TRACK with
.......... Craig
Cecil Ext. 8406 Fri., Sat. & Sun. 8655 Model 3123 $75.00
2-5"
For Sale: 1967 PONTIAC .......... For Sale: 1971 HONDA 350'Helmet Speakers

f ( EXECUTIVE PS PB AC 4 dr. For Sale 12x60 MOBILE HOME Dual 1219 TURNTABLE; Unused Sissy Bar and Hi Rise, 3736 Campbell after 771-3211 5PM ext. 676 or 398-

HDTP 284-5503 Evenings Central Heat & Air Carpets $100 Phone 772.1758 Handlebar, $400 or Best Offer 2644748 -

....-.... Utility Shed, Excellent Conditionlow -....-.. ..---...

For Sale: 1969 FORD equity. Near' NAS Call 771- '69 DODGE PICKUP,AT, AC, CB 67 DODGE WINDOW FAN, 72

FAIRLANE COBRA 428C10 4770 Radio, w-10V2' self-contained 1972 PONTIAC LUXURY YAMAHA 250cc MX, 71

;j Ram Air 4-Speed PS PB 284-5503 camper, sleeps 4- top shape $3500, LEMANS AT, AC, PS, PB, AM- KAWASAKI ENDUROany or
1
Evenings Interest Went Down 10 min. from firm 771-4325 FM Radio with 8 Track Tape all for best offer Call 786-2536

:' NAS 4BR 2 Baths Low 40's Much More.Call Cecil Field Ext
1- "v
For Sale 10'x55' Mobile Home 3 Unusual Inside See to appreciate 21"TV (COLOR) CONSOLE 8291 evenings.

: ". BR AC 10'x20' Alum. Awning 771. 268.9539 '$100.00 16 LB. BOWLING BALL '.-'-, 68 CHEV WAGON 9 Pass V-8, AC,

4135 $10.00 Kuzla Ext. 2674 or 5 1973 YAMAHA DT3 ENDURO Power Steer, Standard Brakes

Have PANT SUITS dresses for ......-. 250cc Has Only 800 miles Still In Best Offer over $450 Call 786-1332

Near (1-295 Exit Unusually different evening and every day some size For Sale "Ruby"; SHETLAND Warranty $700 Call Cecil Field after 5PM or- leave message for

and colorful home 4 BR 5-7 All excellent Some Worn only PONY COLT 2 yrs.old Ideal ext 8291 evenings Kelley at Ext. 8318

i,:' 2BT with a 24x20 Ft Finished Once 268-9539 Christmas Present for YOUR

/ Room as extra 268-9539 Child 772-2379 or 284.9-<<0 Good I .
1970 TORINO3oT Auto Power
Breeding Mare $125.00
Will BABY-SIT in home at
my Steering Power Brakes AC Radio .....
.., 5029 9th St. Cecil Field, Trailer. ,', :'
& Heater,. Ext. 3405, NAS, Jax, :.,: .
Park, for working Mothers Have For Sale;, 3 DUNLOP 165 SP'14Sport ": .' -''' ''-+
Evenings 781.0823 tires&tubesSteel belted, V2 .:
reference Call Ext 8229 Ask for ", )

Jessie .......... tread left $15 Each, Call Ext. 3467or : 'r ...
For Sale: Sears Colspot Frost. SEWING MACHINE Completewith 771.9232 after 4PM \
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Free Coppertone Console Cabinet, Full Size --
I REFRIGERATOR' a 24,000 All Metal Heavy-Duty Construction $375 Buys 65 FORD GALAXIE

Conv. PS, R&H, New 390 ...
Japanese Make"Flatelil" Top .
BTU Fire Chief AIR CON. 'f
Engine, Good Tires, Runs Great. \ 1
DITIONER Best Offer Ext. 8153 $119 771-5977 "
CECIL FIELD (evenings) Call 771-6948 or on Base 2137 -. ..
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r Portable GE STEREO Used little '.. .
: Ir Tan; TwIn-Self-Contalned ,' ., ,',:.. :<: : '

J PHONE '. ; Speakers, 4 Speeds, $30. Ernest ; '
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"0' : i r SWIMMING POOL. Let's Clean. Up America

'! ": .. SAVE MONEY...
For Our 200th Birthday
,: (your labor our tech) ---Gi'--
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6248 Blanding Boulevard .. : : ; 'I : : .. C
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t'\l''r. DtKRKH: \. TRIIN .
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always take several drinks "for "

the road," rush to their :::7.
There are two kinds of drivers: dilapidated auto, crank (no Fr@
CAUTION 1 I those up .',
who i
have had an accident, seat belt), and race home at 80
and those SAVE 5 %
who
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one are going to have miles per hour.Somewhere h I I i / lka'r t.

on his way home he .
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Have you ever stopped to t WITHJHISCOUppNExpires' ;
con might meet you, and regardlessof ,
'' ." :' Drives sider why you haven't had an ac your precautions, he crosses ( November,31)) ,
." ,< cident? Is it because
;"'. you strictly the line into your lane and become
you
.. .,defensively. adhere to all l safety laws? Or is it a statistic. SATAY sEIUSE.1!! j jf@

1 v:i, ,. blind I luck,and your number just Another category of drivers :
,, hasn't come up yet? might be added also. Those
IfsT 8705 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 786-6989 @j :
"'t: .'. Perhaps you're law-abiding and drivers, who have.hudlan.accident, ] zrf
'' wouldn't consider attempting to and will have another, and -
';;'''a/ways/ drive while intoxicated. You feel another. Some people are just "
.
,.. lightning would strike accident ,
J, if you prone. One of these
the exceeded the legal speed limit. could sideswipe you as'you wait ,

I'" You also think the ground for a green light, or he may crash C ..:'

would open and swallow you up into your car as you stop for a NEWEST CONCEPT
'l j" other if you didn't maintain your car in school crossing. None of these IN APARTMENT LIVING

r. peak condition, with strict adher would be your fault, but you'd be
ence to 12 3 BEDROOM AND 2 BATHS ''gsvta.w 'f
safety restrictions. involved in
;" guys And to an accident. .
: ,. drive without yourseat belt would Last but not least, you could be Spacious rooms, wide wind9ws. Kik)
I : ; central heat & air cond Private }
;, 'Tf'fault I be a fate worse than kissing your involved just because oi a minor patios. sundecks, swimming pool \rand < r1Nf5. '..
'! : : ; mother-in-law. flaw in the combination oi'car and party room. \- ... ,, '
".j.. .;...,,, J. If you're cool ;
W'o::<" < so and clever,then driver. This flaw being, that you 264-8102
-;;';/ Q.r(',...- how can you,possibly be involved the driver, are only human and
; : In ari 1800 KINGSLEY AVE.
.r i.t :'; :' ;:''j\ accident as such: you am likely to make
First of all, contrary to what mistakes. DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding :
i'' "'; your mommy told you, all driversaren't One mistake and all your law- Blvd & Orange Park Minutes w
"\ (: '" away via new I 129S;
.r : 1If'I. '.,' as careful and law-abiding abiding and caution have been in I
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; as, yourself, Secondly, far too vain! Drive defensively and = i Ii
many drivers have, and will carefully!




Veterans


AskQI'm

VOLVO HAS REMODELEDOUR


a female veteran and ;

Tm planning to go to college full-
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time under the G.I. Bill. Can I SHOWROOM FOR'71. :

claim my husband as dependent
for increased allowances?

A-Yes. A law enacted in October Were wall to wall with 1 1974 Volvos. luxurious 164E sedans. All with improved

1972 provides that for VA Volvo GLs, the brand new models, comfort,strength and safety features.
benefits purposes, "wife shall include
'with metallic paint leather-faced seats,
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the widower. of a female 1 +,4
-" sunroofs tachometers heated driver's Come in and Volvos :
veteran. / ( see our new now. ,
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spot r .< last game of season .

Jax-The Eagles of VP-16 won .
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outright possession of second Jax-The American Football weeks playoffs. k
place in the National Football Leagues' last place NarJax No. 2 James Thomas scored the only
League last week as well as the r team performed a seemingly touchdown of the game! in first \)
final playoff ,spot when they impossible feat last week when half action. ;
ended VP-56's season on a losing they handed the Woodpeckers of The day before their loss to ''F
note to the tune of 14-0. VP-49 their only regular season NarJax the Woodpeckers won a >':
Ron Gies scored on touchdownin loss in the last league game of the 20-8( decision over VP-5'for their
the first half and one in the 0A year for both of them. 13th straight win without a loss. '
second half to give the Eagles all //ISl'i NarJax put their 1.12 record up John Balk, Eddie Wells and
the points they neeeded for the against VP-49's 13-0 record and Roger Cathey each scored a :
win.Dennis Mobley added a two- as unlikely as it'may seem, touchdown with Wells also adding'
pointer after Gies first touch NarJax completely shut off the a two-pointer, r t
down. Woodpeckers and ended the James Cook scored VP-5's only '
The win gave the Eagles sole season with a0 win while the touchdown and Larry Mitchell 1
possession of second place and Woodpeckers moved into this came up with the two-pointer.. < I]

falling prevented into a the tie for possibility second with of STRETCHIN AND DIGGIN-This VP-49 player is stretch for the Data Processtngfinishes'with"'win : :I
NarJax NO.1, who finished pass while an opponent from VP-S is diggin In an effort to get to him .
game behind VP-16. a before he goes anywhere with It. The action occured last week In VP.49's Jax--The Data Processing manage a first half score. "\
13th straight victory without a loss. Department ended a losing

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ACADEMY r Intramural decision over the Hospital team. both a touchdown a two-point
I SPORTSNEWS Both teams defenses played conversion attempt and won the
Football like it was a championship gameas season finale for Data I

Standings neither team was able, to Processing, "

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ANNAPOLIS, Md.-Navys 6,but has made five receptions- FINAL STANDINGS S
split-end Larry Van Loan has the Mids wins over Syracuse and NATIONAL LEAGUE
been keeping his fingers crossed Air Force. W L j
these days, except when he's "It's obvious he's helped us," MATSG. 11 1 .
catching passes. says Navy Coach George Welsh. VP-16 9 3 .
The crossed fingers are "He's just a very fine receiver.He NARJAX No, 1 8 4 ,
symbolic of Van Loan's hopes of seems to be all right now.When DENTAL 6 6 < RECYCLEA
being able to finish out the you look at all his injuries, MARINE BKS 6 6 N i
current football season on the he's missed nearly a year of I lARTD 1 11 mm :-
field. After catching a team- gh football. It takes time to come VP-56 1 11 I
41 passes as a sophmore in 1971, back from such a layoff."
the senior form Buffalo, N.Y. has Van Loan's second reception AMERICAN LEAGUE Help him restore
seen his playing time limited by against Air'Force was a 41-yard 'W L himself to usefulcitizenship. I
injuries just six'games, three touchdown Navy's first tally via VP-49 13 1 BET YOU DIDN'T know that .
last fall and three so far this year. the air this year. "We called the FlCEUR 10 4VW4 RAdm. Geroge E.R. Kinnear, II, Donate useable clothing, ;,. 1\i
"I've probably got the most right play at the right time," 8 5 who spoke at the NAS Jax theatre furniture, appliances to ,
celebrated collarbone, jaw and noted the Mid senior, as no one NDRC 8 5 recently about flight pay and The Salvation Army.
knee (in Annapolis," Van Loan was within 10 yards of him when VP-5 7 7 retention, was a 6-1, 185 pound
joked with a sportswriter he made the catch. HOSPITAL 5 9 fullback for the Jax Navy Fliers Call 353-4343 for pickupor
recently. ,He also made a 28-yard TD NARJAX No.2 2 12 tackle football team In the 1948 take your things to a
After his brilliant sophomoreseason catch against; the Falcons :and DPD '2. 12 ..and 1949' seasons.,, Frank. Mc. drop box or: fire station.MOT'S ., .:
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threw a key, block that helped Social Service Curterr' .
when he named to
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Knew it and passed it on to us at ; I
NEWS All- Cleveland Cooper make a 39-yard II
the FOOTBALL the Jax Air News.
touchdown in the first I
Sophomore All-America squad, quarter. Give \
Van Loan suffered a broken jawin "Blocking by the wide receiversis a I __ I
something the coaches have
the a preseason 1972 season.scrimmage He played priorto 20 emphasized to us," Van Loan OUT OF SIGHT \
and pointed out. "It paid off on that pintsized-
minutes against Penn State
0'0"DANCERS
12 against Boston College beforea play. GO
this'season Van Loan
Already ,
shoulder separation sidelinedhim
until the Army ,game last has more receptions, 12, and JkAIITopIess .* :
more yardage, 213, than he did a I
fall.Before year ago. And his 62 career ? BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS, i!
the current season, he receptions move him into seventh
11 AM til 2 AM Daily I
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place among 1080 Cassat Ave. 386-9016 i
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about as freak a thing as Loan came to Navy after a ,
possible," he recalled. I wasn't brilliant athletic career at St. Give
even in on.the play. And so one of Joseph's Collegiate Institute. JAX NAVY fEDERAL. CREDIT UNION
Navy's all-time outstanding There, he won four letters in I
receivers missed three more. football, basketball and track,
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He caught two passed in Navy's' school All-America football I
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L StandingsW I By Chuck Harlow -:

JAX Thanks to all con- October 16, 1973 Blind Nine
'LVR16 testants of the Naval Aviation First Flight Winner-Jeanie

H \' 6 0VP5 Salutes Jacksonville Tournamentlast Belhobek-34
I '''' : 4 0 Friday the museum will Runner-up-Harriet Potter-35V4
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VW-4 5 receive over $1000 in support of Chip In-Ruth Bolin
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VP-49 .; their building program. The Second Fight WinnerLea
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/ "- tournament was a big success Balbach-36
'NDRC 1 2VP56
and all participants thoroughly Runner-up-Lillian Oberhausen-
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enjoyed the beautiful afternoon -
FICEUR 0 3 some even enjoyed the golf they 36Chip InJean ,Davis and Bern
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NARJAX I) 4Handball weather, ,responsibility for the Third Flight Winner-Gladys
fine showing and good time goesto Cogswell-39
::i : I ; .-::<<:: ":;.w ... -o- Phil Blaylock, Tournament Runner-up-Catie Nichols,

Chairman; Joe McDonald; Flo Cynthia Tawusch and Judy
: < Duffek at the Candlelight; Timby-all with 39&

and the Ladles Golf Chip In-Dot White .

b t ft7 StandinA"sW Association for their effort and 9-Holers Played Throw-Out
hard work during the tour- Three Worst Holes:
L nament. Many fine prizes were Winner Merilee Brockley18Putts

VP-5 3 O. awarded by Capt.' W. G. Jan Knapo-19
NARJAX 3 0 Sizemore to the winners in each October 23, 1973 Best Nine
AIR OPS 3 0 flight i : First Flight Winner-Rose Weir-28
Bradt-28%
MATSG 2 1VP16 Championship Flight Winner- Runner-up-Nelda
1 1 Jack Allen-71 Putts-Claire Grosskopf-30

JAX POOL TOURNEY WINNERS-Billy Greiger (right) won first FlCEUR 1 2 Runner-up-Gene McDonald71First Second Flight Winner-Jean.

place in the Pool Tournament held at the Game Center (Bldg. 149) last COMMUNICATIONS. 1 3 Flight Winner-Ernie Mills67 Schuster-24
week by taking two out of three games from Bill Hood (left).Grelger is VP-56 1 1 Runner-up-Lea Balbach-26
Putts-Arlene Howell-31
an AN attached to AOMD and Hood is an AA attached to H51.HONDA. VW-4 0 3 Runner-up-Dick Moberly-
Third Flight Winner-Doris
Second Flight Winner-Kim

".-:.........-:.............. ......:-:-=(o .. ...-:-=-:-:.."........:............. Brandell-71 Calais-27 Mueller-28
Runner-up-Millie
Intramural' Runner-up-H. I. Rahm-73 Putts-Laurie Klein-35
Third Flight Winner-Bill Dunne69 -
Ping PongStandings 9-Holers-Low Net: Winner-
Roberta Hrmon-42
Runner-up-Tom Higgins-70
L Calaway Flight Winner-Bob Runner-up-Merilee Brockley-44
Putts-Mary: Smith-21
w L Swindel-74 October 30, 1913-Sllver Cup Day.
NARJAX No.1 7. 0 Runner-up-Red Ownes75A
OF JACKSONVILLE Low Net
NARJAX No.2 5 1 special Mahalo goes to Mr. '
Edna
Flight
'..rSALES .SERVICE .PARTSiflontess MEDICAL 5 1 Emerson Wilson for offering a First Kinder-76 Silver Cup

679th 3 1 beautiful Pontiac Grand Prix
Uitti-77
NDRC 3 3 for a hole-in-one on the Par 316th Runner-up-Julie
s CAAC 3 3 hole. As the odds would have it, Second Flight Silver Cup Gloria

VW-4 2 4 no one was lucky enough to hole Gortney-71 Schuster-74

A VP-49 1 3 out.The Third RunnerupJean Flight Silver Cup-Millie
VP-16 1' 4 Ladies Golf Association Mueller-70

1 MARTD 1 6 finished out,the last half of; October Runner-up-Olga Gearin-80

FICEUR 1 _,:..... 6 with the following results: Chip In-Doris Calais.9HolersSilver .,

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NAME prognosticators! Four major she had filled out ballots in VP-5 ,t 10'' ; 0

RANK OR TITLE upsets on last weeks ballot and previous contests but this was the WEAPONS t '? '.' 9 1
.AGE.___ the closest anyone could come first week she had ever actually VP-16 *t. *8- 2
PHONE was two misses. And to top it off, turned one in. MARTD < 6'! 4
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(Games for weekend of November 10)) that close and she is our 'third to get any easier as the weeks go SUPPLY 4y',5
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KANSAS-----,_ COLORADO- Rita Merritt an accountingclerk over. That'means if anyone planson GROUND POUNDERS'. 'I" 9VP56

MICHIGAN at the Navy Exchange,won taking the season title (by JJ 0-9 .
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ILLINOIS ---..- this weeks contest when herwoman's winning more than one contest), AMERICAN LEAGUE '
NAVY intuition was correct on time is growing short. 'J"'l., ,.. ,
TULANE ? '
every game except Florida's win FICEUR .. V 0
OHIO ST ______, MICHIGAN ST._ over Auburn and Georgia's win GEMS :r.T ,1tl!" 1 ,
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FLORIDA.MISSOURI..______ GEORGIA the other more than 75 balloters VW-4 .5 3
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NEW YORK NEW ENGLAND picket West Virginia over Miami ,
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1 and Atlanta over Los Angeles.Her F the
'BUF'F'AL ___ INCI NATI' reasoning? She said her pickof +
West. Virginia was mostly
TIE-BREAKER: Predict final score on game between guess while her pick of Atlantawas r e ghbor.
Missouri and Oklahoma. Indicate winners in other games by a because Atlanta has always 11 TK American*4 Croat

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{: ,... .r By Joe P. Parker extensive program exists in programs in New Orleans, numerous countries to provide

-- l the Navy today which,centers on Omaha and Los Angeles. disaster recovery assistance and
i' '.FOOTBAU i o NAMTD'sport s Don Hougnnam
Another successful and important to train foreign sailors In con
t After being dropped into the and Earl! Leach from last people helping people; Navy
I' years 6 people involved in their communities endeavor in community struction methods., Navy Un
:: losers bracket by Pensacola, ND team champs. "
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a derwater Demolition Team and
\ and with the peoples of relations is "Navy Handclasp,
: Cecil Field came up through the GOLF Seal team have
I other countries. This important new name embracing all forms of personnel helped
losers bracket to defeat Pen- VA-45 recently moved Into 2nd
train their counterparts in Scuba
development
\ aspect of Navy life is called Navy overseas
; sacola twice to win the 6ND place tie behind VA-83 the
on "community relations." assistance,under the direction of techniques and in removing
i'i{ Touch Football Title. The strength of John Warren's gameof The Navy's efforts in this area the office of the Chief of Naval obstacles from harbors, channels
4
1 j \ Raiders are currently at Little 74. this and rivers to restore safe
when Operations. Through
just
I were proved recently
; t Creek playing for the east coast BOWLING
aid in
navigation.
the Naval Reserve Center in program, Navy men.
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title. ATLANTIC LEAGUE countries on Navy Handclasp is a sincere
I' Atlantic City, N.J.f won first developing foreign
f Still to come is a VA-45 &VA-174 J.Reibel's first night out for the place in the Department of both socio-economic and effort toward manifestation of
title match which will be
\ t played Supply Department was a Defense domestic action com- humanitarian fronts. goodwill between the United
t on 14 November at 1600. beauty Reibel fired 245-186-208 petition for "Project Civic action assistance Includes States and Foreign governments.It .

', BASETBALLBasketball for a high set of 639. Reibel's high Breakthrough.," This is a the space-available is a people-to people, Navy-to-
t''I r 'I got underway set leads the league but not far program designed to expose shipment of donated relief Navy program designed to foster
Monday night with total of 18 Kowalik with
a behind are J. a 603 and world
,' disadvantaged,innercity youth to materials on Navy ships, more preserve peace.
i, teams contending for the and Henry Under with a 593. positive environments. commonly known as "Project These are but two titled

f \ j: championship. Indications are Only three games separate the Project Breakthrough caters to Handclasp." Navy Handclaspalso programs through which the
I" .that this should be Cecil Field"sfinest top five teams in a highly com-
\ community needs in Atlantic includes cooperative Navy practices community
I I k year in basketball. petitive league. between U.S. bases relations. There are countless
City,and is available to both boys programs
I' \ \ {: VOLLEYBALL CO-NATIONAL LEAGUE and girls aged 10 to 14. Actitivies and ships with those of the others, without names, of equal
; Volleyball commences on Pave Falls continues his include a day camp during the Vietnamese Navy. Two such importance and ,success. For
Monday, 12 November during the assault of Cecil lanes with a 257206646 *
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base there
summer months and sports programs are buddy example, are. numerous
: l f. noon hour. The VS community is ; set. Other high sets include -
', Helping communities nationwide which
r events in the winter.' Sister Ship. Operation
t' an unknown quality in this Al Copeland's 576, Brown's The success of this three-year- Hand, a country-oriented receive assistance from the Navyin
j' league. "All Navy" Buck Wur- 575,Petrini's 574, Sedlevicil's 553,
is also local flood
old program has prompted the assistance! program, partof ecology campaigns,
I ster will be back this to head
f year Ball's 536, Fisher's 534, Miller's
Commander, Naval Surface Navy Handclasp., and disaster relief, and medical
\ :' :. the Blackbirds of VA-45 506,Harris 505 and Bembo's 505.
up 1960's assistance blood
the
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in ContinentJaxThe al Bowlin, LeagueGosenza Intramural ''Bowling StandingsPACIFIC


GEMS moved into the The Crossed Bananas
Continental Bowling League'sfirst rolled who rolled 206 for
only one match in the a LEAGUE CONTINENTAL LEAGuE'
place slot last week with an American Solex 5.Jimmy. .. '
last ,
week as the took ; d' 'W L
able assist from the third place from the Super Stars four Cruthirds picked a good W GEMS .: 33 15
and
Pin Buster when the Pin Busters their record over the .500 moved time to roll his biggest set of the. SPLIT-MAKERS 43 is GAFFERS 32 16

took two games from the Gaffers ATLANTIC LEAGUE mark. season as he led his Rebels to a BUDMEN 41. 11 HUSTLERS 29 19

while the GEMS were taking four mTJfe was a lull slate sweep of the Marine Barracksand HOLY ROLLERS 32% 231 BUSTERS 29 19
from the CHAMECHS. in the Atlantic of to within four games of Solex MAD FOXES No.2 27 21 LEPRECHAUNS 27 21

Lee Kunze's 206 game helpedhis League last week but there Bowling 5. Cruthirds rolled games of 203, TRIPPERS 21 27 THUNDERBOLTS -18 22
GEM team into first, but not a single position was 199 and 223 for a 625 set. Carl JITTERBUGS 20 26 WOMEN'S 19 29
change in the ;
Fishers' 201 for Hattabaugh chipped in a 203
James game the standings after the 19 29 POP TOPS 16 32
action was game to also aid the Rebels NADS
Gaffers wasn't enough to keep complete. cause. 18 15 33
the Gaffers from falling out of NarJax stayed Frank Capirci's! 206 game for GUTTER RATS 16% .304RCHAMECIiS 14 34
first and into second. three wins on top with the Marine Barracks was lost in DRAGONS No.2 5 26 AMERicAN :
over the LEAGUE
Dirty % the Rebels
The Hustlers were another Dozen, who sweep. W
inspite L
of the losses
The Chiefs moved from seventhto
team that took advantage of the stayed in fourth place. Margo fifth NATIONAL LEAGUE WOODPECKERS .30" 18
in the
Pin Busters split when they took National League
Parnell 29
helped LATE CHARGERS 7ROSE'S
slavage the last
one week
when
they took three
from the Leprechauns. The W L
four
win for the Dirty RAIDERS 25 19
% Dozen when from
both
FICEUR 5 and the Rat
four wins by the Hustlers moved she rolled a 201. Pack. In SOLEX 38 10 GOOD AND BAD 22 14
the Rat'Pack
the Leprechauns out of a tie for AFFES and Six Pack remained Karl match REBELS 34 10 LEFTOVERS 21 'U
third with the Pin Busters and in a tic for second when AFEESwon Chiefs Loeper and rolled a 209 for the RAT PACK 29% 18% CROSSED BANANAS 19 17

moved the Hustlers into a tie with three from the Loafers Harry McConnel FICEUR5CHIEFS 25 23 BUSCH LEAGUERS 18 30
and rolled,a 201 for the Rat Pack.
the Pin Busters. James Ammonsled Six Pack won three from the Mo Even 21 27 HURRICANES 15 21
though they lost to the
the Hustlers to their sweep Fos.Six Pack benefited by the 209 Chiefs FICEUR LIFERSMARINE .20 24 SUPER STARS 1..z '43
5 ,managed to BKS
31
17
when he rolled 225
a game. rolled by Clint Poulin while the onto w ...
hang fourth place when they DRAGONS No. 1 13 19 ,
Robert Rehrig provided the Mo Fos (
benefited from the
203 took
three from the Lifers with
MAD FOXES No. 1 11 28%
that sent the Pop rolled
spark Tops by Bob Swain in their the aid of a 201 game from'George
HANGOVERS
11 29
crashing as he rolled a 210 and led match. Allen. -

his Thunderbolt; team to a sweep. Wayne Ulshafer rolled a big 234

The wins moved the Thunderbolts and led his last place Residue PACIFIC.LEAGUE ATLANTICLEAGUE.
above the .500 mark and team to two wins in their split /ItiTITf
to within seven games of first.Women's with the Busch Buds. The two The Splitmakers retained their W L YEANt
Lib and the Rookieswere number one position in the ..
wins
enabled Residue to tie the NARJAX 33 15
also active in the Con- Bean Burners when the Bean Pacific Bowling League last AFEES 29 19
tinental League as they each Burners dropped four to FASO week when they won three games
from the Gutter Rats and two SIX PACK 29 19 glut- T
took two in their match. so that while Residue didn't
move r
from the Trippers. Bonifacio DIRTY:1,2 DOZEN 26. 22
AMERICAN LEAGUE out of last place they now at least 1
Alcafaras paced the three wins BUSCH BUDS 24% 23%
The three way tie for first and have some company. '
over the Gutter Rats with 204
the two way tie for second in the A NATIONAL LEAGUEThe a MO FOS 23%.' 24%
while Steve
Cooper aided the
American Bowling League was Solex 5 team seems to be a FASO 23 25
Gutter Rats one win with a 200.
broken up last week when almost marked team now after losing LOAFERS 19 29

every team in the league rolled at only one out of their first 30 or so The Gutter Rats also fell victimto RESIDUE 16% 31%
least two matches. games in the National League. the Budmen when they lost all BEAN BURNERS 16% 31%

The Woodpeckers took sole The next-to-last place Mad Fox four. Lorenzio Outin's 203 led the

possession of first, in total wins, No. 2 team took two games from Budmen into second place when

when they swept both the Good them,in spite of the efforts of Ron the Holy Rollers lost three to the
and Bad team and. the Super Smith who rolled a 209 and Joe Jitterbugs. CENTURY. 21IMPORTS I

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below The charge for annual service is $13.75 payable at the White with Black Vinyl Top, Spt Cpe.. R&H, 4 Spd., Also a Blue One to ..

TALLY'C.L.U. time of service, and It covers the replacement of transmissionfluid Choose From. ...
and all preventive adjustments.
71 Datsun. $1550

FREE TOWING at no extra charge-ONE OA f SERVICE available Inmost 510 Wag Straight Stick and Air. Orange white Vinal Top. ;; ?
.., cases a FREE 19 point Multi Check FINANCING available if .;. vvc ... .;
1645CAS3ATAVE. necessary with approved credit.

PH.:364-2226 Bank And Credit Union Financing Please :::
A'AMCO TRANSMISSIONS '; ,
STATE FARM CENTURY- 27 IMPORTS :*
1839 NORTH MAIN STREET355-7671
INSURANCE COMPANIESHpme
PHILIPS HIGHWAY PHONE 3M2USr
Offices: BloomJngton.Illinois 5300 PHILLIPS HIGH WAY 737-3535 2509





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