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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: November 15, 1973
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Travel Benefits ProposedThe 1t

House of Representatives: has passed and sent to
the Senate a Bill which would give special travel

benefits to married Navymen whose ships are being

deactivated away from their homeport.If "
passed, the Bill (H.R.10369)) would allow married -4 3t'r
Navymen up to three free round trips to the ship's .5
homeport during the inactivation period. Individuals f

would become eligible after the 31st, 91st and-or 151st ;

days of the inactivation period. i,..

Whether they could actually go or not would depend on tL :

the workload onboard the ship. .
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The proposed new travel benefits would be identical to -

those currently granted married Navymen whose shipsare

going through overhaul away from their homeports.
Only personnel who had served at least 30 consecutive ,

days onboard the ship and whose families were still

living in the ship's homeport would be eligible for the

paid transportation.Rate .

"GOOD SHOW" FOR CFC-Radm. Lawrence R. Geis, COMTACAIRLANT, gives the "thumbs up"
Changes OK'd for SD3's sign as Marvin E. Smith, Combined Federal Campaign Executive Secretary, and his assistant, Mrs.
BUPERS has announced that a limited number of Mary Beth Godfrey, pick up some of the contributions. Jacksonville area Navy personnel and the
Third Class Stewardsmates will now be authorized rate Navy's civilian employees contributed $346,550.00 to the fund drive. Jacksonville naval complex
conversion.In personnel donated$306,168.00 toward the United Way portion of the CFC.It's .

the recent past, only Second Class Petty Officers
and above have been allowed to convert out of the turkey "tizzy time

steward rating due to the low manning level of the lower ..
paygrades. Turkeys are nervous all year exasperated fanner expJ mea Tense Turkeys Tranquilized
round, not just during the holiday why: 'Turkeys are beautiful to Turkey farmers use a great as
Extending the opportunity convert from the ratingto season.In look at, fragile as an orchid, and sortment of antibiotics and vitamins
Third Class Petty Officers is the result of improved fact,the big birds are thrown stupid beyond belief." to keep their delicate
manning. into a tizzy just by someone open- While drinking water, a young charges in good health. A gobbler
ing their cage door. And a really tom may become hypnotized by suffering from mud fever,or blue
Ratings to which conversions are desired are listed in
big shock-a paper fluttering in the movement of his own head comb, responds nicely to ter-
A and B of the Rates-Skills List
Groups Open containedin the wind-may cause them to and drink on until he drowns. ramycin.Some growers give their
BUPERS Instruction 1133-25A (CREO). dash hysterically to a comer of Turkeys left in the rain have been flocks tranquilizers to ease their
Conversions will also be authorized to the Ship's their pen and pile up in a fatal known to look upward to see constant tension.
Serviceman and Commissaryman ratings. crush. what's falling and drown them- Male turkeys, in particular, are
But enough turkeys survive the selves. subject to high blood pressure,
Procedures to be followed for SD3's desiring, rating
real and imagined haiards of Others caught in the,rain may and medicalresearchers have
conversion are contained in BUPERS Notice 1440 of Oct.,
'their brief lives-24 weeks is the wander aimlessly and catch been studying them in hopes of
30, which is being distributed throughout the Navy. :.to make din
average- a holiday pneumonia simply because they shedding new light on heart disease -
ner, the National Geographic can't find the poultry house door. in humans-
First Coed OCS Class Graduates
Society says. Female have
turkeys never A Massachusetts farmer installed -
Graduation ceremonies for the first combined male- learned to squat when laying electric heating pads on the
female class at the Newport, R.I. Officer Candidate Beautiful But Dumb eggs. Unlike a chicken hen, they floor of his brooder house so the
l' School were Meld Nov. 2 with 120 men and 43 women The lot of a turkey grower is nota stand upright, letting the eggs poults would not get cold feet.
being commissioned Ensigns.The happy one. An experienced and drop an average of 10 inches.The The days are almost gone whena
is tremendous.One few strutted around a
turkeys
breakage problem
class of officer
class was the first co-educational
\ tolerant man, who has barnyard, scratching for their
candidates in the 22-year history of the School. raised turkeys for 40 years food along with the chickens.

Officer Candidate Schools for men and women at DOdOaUhUU claims they sometimes show Intelligence Then a prize tom would survive
Newport were integrated into a single organization last "I've seen them get long beyond the allotted 24 weeksof
June by combining the teaching and administrativestaffs into single file, surround a snake, modern birds.When he met his
of both. U OI L NJ and peck it to death," he said. ultimate fate, his drumsticks
usually and, one
were stringy as
In addition to participating in joint classroom studies
NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT farm wife recalled, "tough as
and basic naval orientation during the 19-week: Commentary bull's ears."

curriculum, the women officer candidates hold Sunday -

leadership positions, participate ,in sports and musical at Divine All Worship Saints 8:30,:Chapel.a.m. On human awarenessBy

organizations and general watch-standing duties. Church School 9:30: a.m.
Divine Worship 11 a.m.; at Ron Bayles
All Saints Chapel. Jax-I had a hostile attitude when I' was told that I

4AX AI. Ft' NEWS 12:30 Junior'p.m.Youth Senior Fellowship Youth would be attending the 20-hour Human Awareness-
Fellowship 1:30: p.m. Seminar-mainly because of what I heard from others
Evening Worship 7:30: p,m. who had
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper at the Small Chapel. already attended.
," distributed each Thursday at the U.S.- Navql Air Station Tuesday Little did I know that the reasons behind their
r:I Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Senior Choir Rehearsal( 7 displeasure were that they saw only what they wanted to
E, private firm.All Copy submitted/or use In the JAX,AIR NEWS p.m. at Bldg. 750 and see, their toes were stepped on, and prejudices were
", must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Christian Science Service brought out into the
and
p.m. at the Small Chapel. open shattered.,
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon, on Monday before publication.News .
The basis for their dislike of the seminar was that they
Items are welcomed from all, sources. Telphon'e'111-3118 NAVAL HOSPITAL }
I or 3119. \ ,:; "',,*w> Divine Worship. 9:30 a.m. were not for real in their thoughts. Their role in
''Everything advertised In this'publication. must' be made at St.: Lukes. everyday life was phoniness to the non-whites, and they
:": available fpr purchase, use or patronage without regard to NATTYProtestant practiced it in the group discussions.
race, ,creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, % Worship The facilitators failed to the understandingof
1'\ user, or patron. A confirmed, violation or rejection of this Service 10:30: a.m. In get across
.. policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the Building 500. personal worth and racial dignity only because the .
&/;' refusal to print advertising from that source. CATHOLICSaturday resistance in the minds of those people would not let a

":. Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Mass 5 p.m. at change come about, no matter how badly their '
concerning such should be directed to: St Edward's Chapel, prejudices were destroyed. ,
Sunday Mass Xa.m. and 11
4- N. a.m. Dally Mass-Monday, For those of you who ,haven't yet attended this
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I THE..HOLf PUBLISHING COMPANY' _) ;., 'Friday Tuesday, :30 Thursday a.m. Wed.and seminar, don't believe all the bad mouthing put out ,by ,
,",; \ ;p 4747 San Juan'Ave.:,:Jacksonville, Fla.32210Telephone '. nesday Mass 11:30 a.m. at those(; individuals of little human dignity; go there with .,
r: A""LtATF NMeE\ ., 387-3564 .the Naval Hospital Chapel. an open mind and I'll guarantee that will leave with
j k .. _, Saturday Confessions 4:30: you
14" ,to 5 p.m. more understanding of your fellow man and, perhaps,
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USO set for holidavs.., ..,,.,'.,..- .. ..1,

Jax-Armed Forces personnel serve as hostesses. both'.USQ. :( ':' :' :.v' '
and 'their guests are Invited to locations. ..-..C"-.; : .
dine and dance on Thanksgiving Phone calls home, door prizes,

'gqk Day at the Jacksonville and gifts in general,and prizes for the
Jacksonville Beach USO's, best dancers and lucky ticket
starting at 4 p.m. holders will all be a part of ohe

ah A' special holiday atmospherewill evening's program. 4',
'surround the Thanksgiving The Center will open at 10 a.m. II
feast with a period of praise and with a free continental breakfastand
thanksgiving being offered by Lt. film matinee. Leasure activities
David Watt of the Salvation available all day include

Army just before the meal. pool, ping pong, color television, ',1i

The menu will include turkey German football, pin-ball, table "fl

with dressing, gravy, ham, cold games, and many others,

cuts, sauce, mashed potatoes, A free gift wrapping service
L I IP Ir sweet potatoes, peas, corn, will also be offered by USO ; ,
; = it salads, traditional pies, cakes volunteers.The '
and "goodies".. The food will be
same programs will be
donated local merchants
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repeated on Christmas Day and .
the Robert '4
prepared Hotel. by Meyer the Centers will be open all night ,,,
on New Year's with a dance and
Dancing will start at about 7
leisure activities.
p.m. and last until 11 p.m. ,
Thomas Batson,. Program Jacksonville's USO Center, n
Director for the Beaches USO, located at 318 N.'Ocean Street, is

!.'dUL"..' and Allen Scharea will serve as open seven days a week from 9 ;
Master of Ceremonies at the a.m. to 11 p.m/The Beaches USO
HONORED AT NATTC-. AE1 Robert D. Schroeder Is congratulated by Capt. William Carrier Beaches USO. Walter Lamie and ((603 N. 1st Street ) is open
NATTC Memphis Dei t NAS Jax OinC, for being selected the detachmenf's Serviceman of the Quarter. Pete LaComb will l lead the Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Petty Officer Schroeder has spent a great deal of his off-duty time tutoring NATTC students who need festivities at the downtown from 3 p.m.to 11 p.m.and from 10
help with their studies. As an Instructor, AE1 Schroeder feels he's had the chance to help newcomersto Center. a.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday and '

the Navy formulate good attitudes and start off"on the right foot"when. ,they.reach....the Fleet. USO junior volunteers will Sunday.

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celebrate Thanksgiving with a
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j child at Pinecastle, and a >. ; he folks at Westside Atlantic Bank are happy

donation was given to the Florida 'i... .,:: to welcome you as new members of our great. .
Association.In .
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you
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reinstated as'a member and I 0" .: will enjoy your new "home port' and we want '

President Mrs. Ronald Celmer a' /;: ,' to serve your banking needs as we serve so many of ;. .....', ..

presented a wing guard to Mrs. ; ,'; ". your shipmates. "
Ida May Mason for her chibwork. : :,: ; -' ": I.;
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Marcia Cole, Janice Hall and Naval Air Stations In fact, we'reyour f !

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during a special ceremony held by the Skipper of the. Sun liners,
!, CDR K.A. Dickerson. Watson reenlisted for THREE years while ,.
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AK1 Allan L. Keith, NAS Career Counselor, reenlisted for SIX yearson
17 September'1973. Performing the ceremony was Captain John E.

'f .' Marshall, CO of NAS Cecil Field. Present for the ceremony was ADCS

Merritt, also NAS Career, Counselor. 1t

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AMS3 Maurice D. Thompson his 1st Good Conduct Award and AMH1 :'f' ...
Joseph H. Miller his 2nd Good conduct Award. .4
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In recent ceremonies at VA-37, ADJ3 Byron W. Jones reeenlisted for
SIX years under the STAR program.'Present for the ceremony was his
wife Mary.

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HMC Dewey, ,ADRC Fallon,and CDR Keery, CO of VS-24. y

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,with,.his wife, Rose as she pins on FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE '
his new "railroad tracks.." LT FOR CAREER ENLISTED
:Broslat. was. 'also, recently (ACTIVE&RETIRED) 1"'I t :
OF THE USN,USMCAND USCG
augmented into the regular FOR FURTHER INFO: i''
B.F.OWEN (Pres) 264-4814
squadron Training, Officer. ., J.WADELIN (Sec) 282-5560 )
LL, ,J. BODIN (Membership) 771.1892 i '.
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!J J "Fleet A nee Is make Atlantic rescue: I

, ., ..,>.... .. NOTE Gremlins' m we mall system prevented me"' Jax Air
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In the rescue of the crew of the schooner "Harry W. Adams-
part
0 ': I described in last week's issue. With apologies to the "Fleet Angels",
.. here's their story.
I By Lt.Gary Smith|
On Nov. 1, the USS America picked up a distress call from the ,
X41Hj schooner "Harry W. Adams" saying the schooner was in danger of

.,',' : Cr sinking.The "Fleet Angels"from HC-2 Det66 onboard the USS America
responded to the call for help and within minutes Lt.Eric Bries,Ltjg( )
__ Jim Mader, ADJ2 John Rabito and ADJ3 Dave Nehl were enroute to
f __ the stricken vessel.
Upon arrival at the schooner, a member of the ship's crew was
ff hoisted aboard ,the helo to help determine the course of action that
f would be required to save both the ship and its crew.
The decision was made to remove all unnecessary persons from the
( sinking schooner and to call back to the America to have members of
the carrier's crew flown out with a pump to provide technical "
assistance:
While the first helo remained at the schooner and hoisted three
young crewmembers to safety,a second helo was dispatched from the
carrier with LCdr "Woody" Knight as pilot and Lt. Scott Fechnay,
I'd ADJ3 Richard Sanders and ADJ2 Gary Granberg as crewmembers. '
The helo carried four America crewmembers and the badly need ')+
pump. All were hoisted down to the schooner and the situation was
I k brought under control.By I'
\ mid afternoon, the "Fleet Angels" had saved the lives of three
HC-2 TO THE RESCUE-A "Fleet Angels" help from the USS America a p par aches the stricken members of the schooner's crew and had directly contributed in
"I ; schooner "Harry W. Adams" saving both the schooner and its seven remaining crewmembers. !
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i seekingvolunteers i

EDGEWOOD CURIO SHOPII' ;

I Jax-The American Red
Cross will offers a course
for volunteers on
November 28 and 29 from :
6:30 to 10 p.m. at the Red
Cross' Hospital office.
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Planning to build anew home on a woodedOr I
Featuring AMERICAN HERITAGE FURNITURE vacant lot or purchase a mobile home
$ LAND CLBARINOMOWINO PILL DIRT '
..in solid pine, cherry, maple.birch ...- .4; TANK SERVICE EL.CTRICALHOOKU LIMEROCK 1 .
"WHERE FINE FURNITURE < $ WATER SYSTEMS'SEPTIC. :TANKS'CONCRETE PATIOS ,;
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,\II j\ I):: NARU proves. "Navy takes care of its own771\\1


: 'ill,;', .: I The old adage "The Navy Takes Care of Its
Jax -
disabled veteran ,:
Own" has become a reality for a andjiis
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: family' i

,,.;L ", ., :\H : 1'1. \\ \ -';;:_. volunteered Thirteen sailors to build from the the roof Naval for the Air partially Reserve built Unit homeof here

1/1/ MnarineCdislbled in the Korean Conflict and
j An ex- coronary problems, Hutchinson planned
) LL7' suffering from
; 1 bottom floor of his dream house completed ;
$ t1 to have the '
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.. before cold weather arrived. However, vandals almost
( .! completely destroyed his home several weeks ago by

tearing down portions of the walls.
,. ,
i Hutchinson his wife
After their home was vandalized, ,
... Carol and small son Robert left their apartment in
oil.
Jacksonville to live in a tent next to their home order to r

discourage any more destruction.
Although the family was able to afford having the

'- walls rebuilt by the original contractor,they didn't have I
quite enough money left over to cover the expense of

having a roof put on. .
After learning of the Hutchmsons'' situation from a
story carried by one of the local TV stations, the sailors ';
SAILORS TURN CARPENTERS Sailors from NARU begin the lob of putting up Franklin Hut- decided to give up one of their days off to help. \
chinson's roof by putting one of the ceiling foists in position.WHAT'S. The sailors began the day by putting up the floor and

ceiling joists. By the end of the day, despite a delay in

.. .. receiving, some of the building supplies, they had
completely covered and tar,papered The roof.
Now that the Hutchinsons have a roof, they will also be .
able to have electricity installed, which should prove I;
NEW
SEE invaluable during the cold months ahead. ,
Although it may be a worn-out statement to some, '
FOR THE VETERAN sailors Hutchinsons.do take care of their own. Just ask the Franklin .;-


AN EXCLUSIVE COMMUNITY...
DO YOU WANT A.....

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SWIMMING POOL& PATIO?
NOW YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN MOBILE HOME AND LOT!! You Can Have All Of These ...

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CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING A GREAT SELECTION .......-.:;n:-:n.:.:-nn:.:-:.:-:.:.:.:-.:....................................""...",...........................-.. I
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MODERN KITCHENS WITH SWIMMING. POOL 1 r HOMES CONCORD&BARRINGTON
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VA AND S .
CONVENTIONAL BEAUTIFULLY

FINANCING AVAILABLE LANDSCAPED LOTS


Come out to Duclay Mobile Home Estates and see for yourself.

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A unique new "PACKAGE FOR LIVING"in an exclusive community. .a
nationally known mobile home on a large landscaped lot of your very
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underground electric'Utilities central'air-conditioning and heat
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Veterans are'eligible for benefits in this VA-approved community. Con 1 11
ventional financing also may bo arranged. Come out and see it todaylII \

MAW V i1* < .THE AAMCO WRITTEN CAR OWNERSHIP,GUARANTEE j'
This transmission has been rebuilt by the licensed, AAMCO
Dealer issuing this certificate, utilizing the AAMCO "CAROWNERSHIP" .'
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$ Transmission and torque converter (If your 'car has a torque
\ I 'converter) against failure of material and workmanship.. It will
& be honored by any licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer.for: as
long as you own this car, provided that it Is delivered to any
licensed AAMCO Transmission
Dealer In the U.nJted.states
annually! for service with In 30 of indicated
> days the Service Date -
'below. The charge for annual service Is $13.75 payable at the
time of service, and It
covers the replacement of transmissionfluid
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adjustments.
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Where the Expressway makes all of Jacksonville convenient to youl AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS
Telephone 772-8977 ..'
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k fl Personalized Services Salvation for Xmas shonners I

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many different services for patrons during the holiday season. -iI -
Fresh fruit will be available until early June and Christmas flowers r.a _

will be arriving soon..Get your order in early and beat the last,minute,.
rush:Live Christmas trees are expected
f approximately Dec.5. ,
Other goods and services waiting for you include embossing of 1
Christmas cards, matches, napkins,regular cards, leather goods and
a chance to turn your favorite photos into Christmas cards. 1t

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I engraved to add that personal touch? .

I Don't forget your Navy Exchange Cobbler Shop. Make those + i

comfortable shoes look presentable again or bring that leather purse
with the broken strap In and have it repaired.The )..
Cobbler Shop is one of the very few left in,the Navy Exchange J
Resale System and CONUS,and in the only one left in the Jacksonville 1 '+ r .
complex.

Personalized Services also offers an Optical Shop next door to the J
Cobbler,so come in and take care of those eyeglass needs now.

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PAINTERS 'STEAMING CREW OPERATORS

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MECHANICS APPRENTICES 74'sAREHERE!

MILLWRIGHTS HELPERS .,
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Southside has fort .
them
Ingalls new shipyard continues to growas Toyota .
it achieves full production. We need !
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1,000 more people as a result of planned $ 2' 099 ; :
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expansion of our work force. There's still 'OE '

time to get in on the ground floor, if you
hurry. These are permanent, full! time 1971CELICA 1973 COROLLA WAGON I .\. ':
openings with plenty of opportunity for Blue white Int., 4 spd trans. AM radio, 2 TO CHOOSE FROM '

advancement.Pay ._ a good solid car Special this weekend only
rates$4.50 to $4.80 per hour : $2195 2595
for first class craftsmen (journeymen),
$2.97 an hour and above for apprentices "
depending upon their prior experience. 72 CHEVROLET CONCOURS 1971 TOYOTA MARK II .

Excellent fringe benefits, big backlog of Estate sta. wag, V8, AT, AC, P$, I- 4 dr.auto trans, air cond., radio heat*'' .
steady work, relocation assistance! avail .. rack,custom wood side panels. t 15,000 era Real Sharp, .

able. Supplemental V. A. benefits availablefor ,one owner miles 2195 1 /1- !
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veterans. $2995.
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Either report to the Ingalls Employment Office '. ;' '
1973 TOYOTA MARK II
located on West Bank of the Pascagoula River,
just off U. S. Hwy. 90 Pascagoula, Mississippi, 1910 TOYOTA COROLLA WAGON i 4 dr.. 6 cyl. AT, AC, PS, PB. R&H. fat
or fill out coupon below, mail and an applicationwill 4 spd trans, new tires. Once a week to.. war N,ver titled k
be forwarded Immediately.: the. bank mileage ;]i

Name $1295 4 : Save $$$ i s;


Address 1972 CELICA t

City-------- State ,-Zip- ; 3.1972 CORONA'S 2 to choose from 4 tpd trans art 5\. ": ,.,. '
4 dr. auto air coed, vlnyltop. tiptop :- cond., AM radio, white with black topn .,.} ..
Telephone .:' shop( *rind low miles ,factory warranty low miles. :,1 :; ;';:. .
I am Interested In a Job asI ---- ,
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j 10 $3095 ., "isv ;
I have done this type work for- ,,' Year From 2295 '

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"Ecology" in the Navy \ NFO :


By Lt.P.G.Koehler(MSC.USNR) \ \.
Jax-The Navy has a deep concern for "ecology"and environmental '!( hours

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,protection. ,,.
As part of its ecological concern, the Navy has delegated much I i iI
responsibility for the protection of the environment from pesticide changedJaxThe
pollution to the Disease Vector Ecology and Control Center (DVECC)
here.
DVECC takes this responsibility seriously and has many r i0 i ad Navy Finance
established programs oriented to prevent pesticide pollution of the Office and its area bran
enfironment.One ches have changed their

little-known,program which has been in progress for several hours of operation in orderto
years is the training of Vector Control Specialists. Vectjr Control provide better and more
Specialists are hospital corpsmen who have been trained aid certifieto convenient service to all
establish ecologically safe pest control programs aboard mn al concerned.New .
installations. hours at the
They are responsible for insuring that pest control programs ar facilities are as follows*
working effectively and doing the least damage to the,environmer Main Navy Finance
Invariably,the Vector Control Specialist is put in the uncomfortah, Office, NAS Jax: 7:30: a.m.
position of deciding which programs will best protect human health to 3:45: p.m.
without harming wildlife, polluting waterways or killing beneficial NAS Cecil Field Branch
insect life.Every y-
Office: 7:30: a.m.,at 4 p.m.
two years the Vector Control Specialists must update his ___ Naval Station Mayport
knowledge of pest control and ecological considerations.This Branch Office i 7:30: a.m. to4p.m
past week 17 Vector Control Specialists from 16 naval installations '
.throughout the U.S. attended their biennial recertification .
Naval Hospital Branch
conference. They discussed problems concerning disease vector
Office: 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m.
control and environmental considerations with DVECC staff mem
bers. ,

The Navy program of environmental protection is quite involved. I' ,
The Vector Control Specialist is only one small area where the Navy "
has concentrated on protecting man's health and protecting the worldin
which,he lives. SOUTHSIDERD

YOU'LL SEE IT AT THE EM CLUB-"Marvac the Hypnotist"will F >
be at the Pirates Cove Nov 30 and Dec. 7 at 9:30 p.m. He's been on "I
national television and has made frequent appearances at military
HONDAOF
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ACCEPTING US OVER? Situated In the southwest art of the ,
APPLICATIONS city, Lamplighter Jacksonville Is only ,
: SEE US SOON minutes from '
downtown& NAS Jax In \ / t
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MOBILE J HOMEOWNERS schools and municipal busts pick N I
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{ Employment t

! s Safety Manager warns



:J briefing. potential Jax "fall guys"I\I


i tomorrow Jax Acording: to the NAS Jax Safety Manager, when you're. ':I"." '
required to climb,use a ladder and prevent falls by.*, ;
t 1. Inspecting ladders for cracks;and loose rungs. \R
! Jax -A briefing for all Armed 2. Using a ladder long enough so you won't have to stand on the top y"
Forces Personnel (and their rung.

I dependents) -eligible for 3. Using both hands to hold rungs while climbing. Hoist tools. and. I
retirement or transfer to the materials by hand line.
I
i Fleet Reserve within the next two 4. Not Overreaching. Keeping. the belt buckle between the,vertical
years and Command Counselors rails insures good balance. .
t I.
I has been scheduled for Nov. 16 in S 5. Making sure that ladders have safety feet and using a board on

Hangar' 10QO, Room 240, at 9 a.m. soft earth
6. Setting ladder base one foot out for every four feet of ladder
length.Rungs are one foot apart,so it's easy to figure the angle. f
7/MiJ/ .'4. 7. NEVER use metal ladders for electrical work.
NAS Jax's Transition Site will .:l" .

sponsor the briefing as part of the p-; S... ..
Civilian Employment Assistance ::; f

Program.The '1 .
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Civilian Employment M1 SAVE !
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Assistance f
'Program is a 4 J
).' cooperative effort between the "
Department of Defense and the : : i
ENERGY
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Department of Labor whereby

career military members are
provided appropriate and timely NEW "BATMAN" SKIPPER-Cdr. Daniel H. Demand makes his !
counseling about civilian labor first address to the "Batmen" of VP-24 as the squadron's 33rd Commanding -
''t market conditions. Officer. Cdr. Demand relieved Cdr. E.F. Doherty in t

t ceremonies at Keflavik, Iceland, where the Batmen are deployed. 1I
Cdr. Benjamin T. Hacker relieved Cdr. Demand as VP-24's Executive
f"t Among those in

a,. the briefing will participating be:' Officer. OUT OF SIGHT l ;

: LCdr. R. B. Cantwell, Transition I
i Site Officer! Eric Edwards GO GO DANCERS

., City of Jacksonville All j'
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;: Recruitment;Ronald C.Jackson, 1 Topless
;} Jacksonville Area Chamber of
}I Commerce; Clyde Smith,Florida BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS
.1{ 11 AM til 2 AM Daily
State Employment Service, \ j
Cassat Ave. .
: 1080 388-9016
Veterans Representative; John
Y Saare, Florida Junior College; ,.

''i William E. Gilbert, Small "t,
: Business Administration; PRC V

; Jack Farmer, Career In- I ax. ;
FARAH'SIMPORTED agr
:;,; formation School, Veterans :ES": 'S jj
r Benefits and Halvor N. Hansen t
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Poolside 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU :......
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Apartments
1 705 South McDuff Avenue 3S8-M91 ,

Imagine! 6 pools/5 volleyball
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Party Place. ,Guest Suite. and COMPLETE
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But that's not all! 1 1r

These contemporary apart. LL4*
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from 3 major shopping centers
churches and schools. Solid-State Stereo FM/AM SAVE40ALL
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1. 8:30 to 5:30: Daily .YOUR LOT IS OFTEN TOTAL DOWN PAYMENT the sound you prefer from the radio Micromatic I Record Player ;
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Jax- One of our readers recently reported difficulty in preparingpie i 8' : <<. sought "
crust without the aid of a commercially prepared pie crust mix.
We are happy to present our pastry recipe which is sufficient for a
two crust pie or for two 9-inch crusts. Series E Savings Bonds' which
i ,: date back to World War II are sitting .
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Pastry in Washington; D.C. and

INGREDIENTS; 2V4 Cups sifted flour, 1% Teaspoons salt, % Cup Chicago, waiting for the
. shortening 4 to 6 Tablespoons cold water. owners-former American' Service -
Sift flour with salt,cut in shortening with pastry blender or fork until members-to' claim them,
mixture is granular. Officials in ,the Office of the
Sprinkle water over mixture, blending lightly with fork Add water Treasurer of the United States
sparingly until dough clings together, but is not wet. Let stand five and at the Federal Reserve Bank
minutes before rolling :)f Chicago, still I holding the
Series E Bonds for safekeeping,
hope to return them to the owners
as soon as possible.The .

[CtGAC bonds being held were
I purchased by Service members
'H t through payroll deductions
Treasury officials said the bonds
belong to former Army and Air
Force personnel who' sened between
1941 through 1968, and to
put jingle
former Navy and Marine Corps
personnel who served up to June
; N aIN 1. 1943. For all other periods, any
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safekeeping arrangements were
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made by the four military service

;, : : In your Y branches.However officials stated that

: \. most active service members who
bought bonds arranged to have

CASE YOU'RE WONDERING who performed that spectacular them delivered to their home ad
P-3 obstacle landing at the NAS Jax Air Show, it was a VP-5 "Mad dresses. Veterans who do not recall -
dufflebag. Fox" crew composed of: (Top to Bottom) ADJ1 Charles Bolduc, specifically asking that bondsbe
I Flight Engineer; AE3 (AW) David Daniels, Observer Lt. Don Hay, placed in safekeeping or who
,Copilot; and LCdr. Keith O'Donnell, Plane Commander. have not received a safekeeping
receipt are not likely to own any
of the bonds officials noted.If .

\.-,'.-.'" ';........"' the veteran has safekeeping
fff.- : receipts in his possession he
)l 11 niin n Kin should sign and send them directly .
. to the agency that issued
" MILITARY-AUTOMOBILE the document..The'name and ad.
; dress of the depository will appearon
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1t 1tfi the receipts. ,

If a veteran does not have a

MILITARY ,CIVILIAN safekeeping receipt but pur
j \. I IX < LOW RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN" chased bonds on payroll deduc

tr-1 Ifi :::::::: :.:.;.:,.:.:::=:=:=:::=:=:=::':.:;:;:.:;:.:::.:.: :;:;:::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: tions while on active duty during
r the time specified and has reasonto
AMERICAN MAYPORT believe any of them are held

\\ii\ hJ hJ't INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE- AGENCY in safekeeping, he should notify:
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"TWO OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU" 536 South Clark Street .
Formerly Continental Insurance Underwriters '
Chicago, Illinois 60605 *

4479 ROOSEVELT BLVD 2990 MAYPORT ROAD ;.;
(Near NAS) (Near NS)
Phone 3M-747 Phone 24-5449

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''t ,3I : CLOSE OUT ON 73'sllBOY service

relocated

Jax-The Navy ExchangeCar
15'L yr YOURSELF Rental service has
been relocated for
customers' convenience to
HONDA the Air Operations Tower(
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Bldg. 118.
The way prices are going right now-you may need FOR CHRISTMAS1! For reservations or
more money than you thought you'd need. GAG further information, call
wants to lend you all the money you'll need to help 772-2678.

beat prices and to,buy the bargains you want before ,

they're gone, J&x's Greatest
You don't have to make a lot to borrow a lot at GAG.

The size of your loan depends on many things: the FURNITURE

bills you, have or have had. What you own or want to 1 Value/
buy The kind of work you do. And, because you ,i

wear a uniform, the kind of work you do rates very ,.
high with GAG. A steady income makes it easier for '

you to get a loan. But, more important, GAG wants "" "" W.
MOST OPEN
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to serve you because you serve your country. Wide Selection of Used Bikes STOCK EVERY.
Whatever needs whatever DAY
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the reason' let GAG put a jingle in OPEN SUNDAYS 12 to 6 III 9SUNDAY

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Keep checks going to the little woman 'I


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t.}' By CAPT.CHARLES. G/MANGIN.USAF amount,no minimum, magic figure you can send the old broad and you know the military doesn't get
The "Class Q" is gone and now you're rich! All and be free from harassment.For involved in purely civilian matters qsReQially ..' '1.
that coin that used to go straight to the spouse!now example, the amount for an enlisted'person domestic matters.What can I he do to convince; you to
fn your hot little hands and she isn't going*r,get a with no kids would be different from that of an officer support your family? ,
thing unless she behaves,right? In fact,yogi might with three)kids. judgment must be made by He'll probably inform you that by failing to adequately "
just cut her off cold and let her sweat it for awhile. the commander as to what amount is adequate support your dependents orto comply with
And to top it all, she can't touch you since you are in under the particular circumstances. valid court orders you are subject to discharge and
the service. In cases where a court has entered the picture, as that you are liable to receive an undesirable dis,
Not quite.In fact,far from it.True,the 4Q"is gone in a divorce or legal separation, the decree of the charge. It.is true that he can't take your pay or force
and the money is not being paid directly to your court sets the amount of support and the military you to comply with the court order-it is the task of \
dependents as before but that in no way removes need go no further. In cases where no court action the civil authorities to get money from you for J.r
your moral and legal obligation to support your de has been taken, the individual's commander must support-but he can definitely.put the hurt on your
pendents. make a determination as to what is reasonable.Let's military career. '
Each service member is expected to provide sup assume that your commander has gotten a But we've left somebody out!What jnamado?
port for his dependents, keeping in mind the needsof letter from yourwife to the effect that she is just If she doesn't have a court order, she is limited to
the dependents and the ability the member to starving to death, the kids don't have shoes, etc., persuasion, either her own or that of the commander :
;'provide such support. Should he refuse to do so, and he has called you into his office for counseling. your family, the chaplain;;your girlfriend(
'certain actions may be taken against him by his After talking to you,what will he do? ,or anybody else she can find:;But if she has a court
commander. He will determine,either from a court order or order, she can use it to take possession of anythingyou
So now, what is support? Is there a certain from matters submitted by you and your wife, whatis have that is worth money and convert it to
amount that is the minimum?,Who decides? Howls a proper amount of support, and will counsel you money for payment of her support entitlements
the support requirement enforced? ? on your duty and obligation to provide for your fam it takes is the decree,a law'yerwhich( you may haveto
Support relates the needs fthespouse, and ily. He will tell'you that the military expects you to pay for)and the sheriff. .
dependents and is based on the ability of the. support your family and will encourage you to do so. And finally,failure to support is,in many states, a
member to provide for his family There is no set Suppose vnu tell him to go fly a kite.YOU.don't like crime. !rw.cially failure to support children.,:
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every minute counts. :-
Jax-The Secretary of the Navy

has directed that all personnel ;< + XleA+o-iah ybx..vN.,. .1''t
"implement immediately the
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Presidential directive to ,reduce .
the speed of all governmentmotor < .
vehicles to not exceed 50 ,

miles per hour except,. in I

emergencies". ,
All personnel are also directedto ] ,. <{ \t I II'
reduce thermostat settings to .
65-68 degrees.' \1 1o

Both measures are designed to :
conserve energy during the
current shortage.

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holidays with some old friends !
PHONE 771-8244 '\ t J. ., '
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-- Reservation Fare$21. Military
you'vemissed her. Military :
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Whether home is abig city or a small 'Standby$1.6.Frorn1-tlantayoucan.pl
If rooms ; ;
your 1 :" there. up connections for Richmond,Baltimore,;, R:.. I
take
let Eastern
S look tired or ,.,' town, you Philadelphia, Pittsburgh,Boston and "?" :r,'.
..X*.Vc We take over a half million servicemen
,', Hartford to name a few of the cities' J- < '
callus '
.. hopeless ;''"' : .home for the holidays each year. So if you :" ( : ::: ::
weflyto. H'r
for help. :, .;. 'if' :. :have a 2-hourpass oratwo-weekholida; y RegularMilitaryfaresaregoodonevery': ;': ,,-: ",
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!Ui I s VP-16's "Eagles"ready to leave for Sigohella..1?f


By Lt.K.A.Horne demanding series of
VP-16 PAO qualification exercises, to
It'F perform any mission
Jax The "Eagles" of which it might be \
VP-16 are hard at work assigned. :
making final preparationsfor In March the squadronwas
F their departure later presented the coveted j
this month on a five-month Battle Efficiency "E" in ;
deployment to Sigotfolla, recognition, of its out- ;
I ; : -j_ Sicily. standing performancewhile Ij
\ -- VP-16 will relieve VP-45, on deployment and
Jacksonvillebased during participation in
another
I : --j patrol squadron.The Fleet exercises.The .
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"Eagles" have been "E" is presented to

,!___ J _ extremely busy since the Atlantic Fleet patrol ;
January, when they squadron that has
returned here after a demonstrated the highest J
highly i successful' degree of combat
deployment in Bermuda. readiness. While in Ber- I
February brought muda, the "Eagles" '
I receipt of the first nine displayed their readinessby
new computerized P-3C meeting 100 percent of '
l aircraft and the beginningof their operational commitments -
transition training. The and introducingnew
transition training tactics into the local
required that a large ASW environment.,
number of squadron Cdr. Ronald G. Castle, ;
personnel be sent to who served as the
NEW BIRD JOINS"EAGLES"-VP-U will be flying the P-3C "Orion"while on deployment. The Patuxent River, Md., squadron's Executive
squadron received the first of nine P-3C's in February. where they spent many Officer during the Ber-
weeks learning the differences muda deployment, took
between the P- over as Commanding
3A, which the "Eagles"had Officer in April. Cdr.
I THANKBGIVIN6 INN[ flown since 1964, and Castle relieved Cdr.,KerryW.
the newer, more complexP3C. Mirise, who is now CO
; of the Philadelphia
The squadron's ten flight Recruiting District. I
i I crews readily adapted to Cdr. Larry L. Maloy
\ I' r1 ,.r't- their new aircraft and all relieved Cdr. Castle as XO
; ; ': <';': :,. of them attained ALPHA after reporting from the
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''fI : '.. end of the transition periodon In October the squadron
t .- '" ,.., Aug. 1. ,received the Chief of
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,i .I = :,' :' ;". An ALPHA crew in the Naval OperationsAnnual
Antisubmarine Warfare
\ : Aviation Safety Award,
.l f ')1 :.::.f" ((ASW) community has which is presented to the
( : proven its ability, through Atlantic Fleet patrolCont.

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(Coat. from Page 14)) Of special interest is the ..
squadron whose efforts tradition that the men of a 41e11 : : .:': t
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during preceding year patrol squadron "adopt" :..; ":, ,.(..".' \:';'''' ., ,''." ,"' ."',..;':,'..'.. (II .
: did the most to promote the children of a local "f" ,...i..
; "Readiness Through orphanage while on
I Safety". VP-16 qualified deployment. w..
for the award through an The "Eagles" will : ,1

aggressive accident- arrive in Sigonella well-
prevention program that armed with relief suppliesfor
: has produced nearly 70,000 the children. VP-16's
accident-free flight hours families having been
I during the last eight years. saving no longer needed,
i While operating in the but still useful items suchas ,
I Mediterranean, the outgrown clothes and
squadron's primary little-used toys. These
{ mission will continue to be articles are being
{ that of Antisubmarine collected and will be taken
1 Warfare.The with the squadron on Cdr. R.G.Castle
vP-ta CO ,
P-3 is a prime deployment in the hope
\ member of the ASW team that they will bring .
1
; due to its inherent comfort to the needy '-i-. f.I
capabilities of rapid children of ,Sigonella.
. response, long range, and Thus, with a proud
sophisticated equipment tradition, new honors and .
which give it the ability to new aircraft, VP-16
detect, localize and readies for deploymentwith

destroy ,enemy .sub eyes toward a bright :..:.
marines long before their future.
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deadly missles or tor- The first of the y 2 _
pedoes can be used againstU.S. squadron's nine aircraft
targets. will leave here Mondayand "
Other VP-16 missions the last will lift off on
will include recon- Nov. 26.The 4 4I
naissance shipping "Eagles" are !
surveillance and search- scheduled to return to i
Cdr. L. L Maloy
and-rescue. Jacksonville in late April.Moccasin VP-U XO f,

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I Service car."We offer our members a lower Interest rate.Just pick out your new .' w>.
? .. 'interest rate on new car loans than car, then bring a copy of the com ,;,.
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anyone else In town per cent APRI '
Personnel And credit,life Insurance Is Included Federal Credit Union. We'll send ,
1 "*XT*" ,niYyr. _' at no additional cost, too. you and. your 9 per cent MONEY j
TREE Oki your way to the dealer to '
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-- Does state offered bonus ? I

', 1 CJ Etfrf'UN"N; i your-

the ical determined to be
HOURS Mot&tt\lt.FRl,9:00AM.4:30rM: >: MINNESOTA service will be restricted to reasons
r OPT utwN SATURDAY CLOSED period 5 AUgust 1965 to 27 Service-connected by either the
Minnesota became the 12th 1973. Department of Defense or the
January
State to authorize a. bonus for Veterans Administration.
::0 '-ENTRANCE For Detailed Information and
; Vietnam veterans in a law. signedon application ;forms. members of. Bonus payments will be $200,
.. May 11. that for Individual witha
'1 ;'. -- the Armed Forces and veterans except an
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; <:' '" To qualify an individual must from the State of Minnesota disability rating of 10 per centor
> .. ( < L.I!' have been a resident of Minnesota -
all
", I 1 ; d., should contact theCommissioner more meeting other requirements -
'' } :c 4Y ,. for 6 months prior to entry of Veterans the bonus paymentwill
t into active duty and must not be Affairs be $500. If the individual
I eligible for a bonus from any Vietnam Bonus Division -otherwise fully qualified-was

I ,. other State.Payments., Veterans Service BuildingSt. killed while serving in the U.S.
Paul. Minnesota 55155 Armed Forces, a bonus paymentof
I t th tk will be made at the $600 will be paid to the next. ofkin.

rate of $15 per month for both .
domestic and foreign service, up Application forms and further
to a maximum of$300. Veterans INDIANA. information 'may be obtained

;;. entitled to either the Armed In a l law passed in mid-April from-
r. Forces Expeditionary Medal for Indiana became the 11th State to Indiana Department of
I service in Vietnam or the Viet have a Vietnam bonus bill on its Veterans' Affairs
nam Service Medal will receive books. Vietnam Veterans' Bonus
additional $300 for a max Division
; To qualify individuals must
imum of S6OO."Cteran havean 707 State Office Building
either be on active duty or
honorable separation or discharge Indianapolis Indiana 46204
who was a prisonerof
A >
have been a resident -
b' j war or missing in action willreceh'f' must
of Indiana for at least six
WASHINGTON
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a payment 1000. :
wtslr __.M,_.. w of veterans who months prior to active duty, and
wti Beneficiaries Members of the Armed Forces
must be entitled to either-
'. died of Service-connected causesor and Vietnam veterans from the
as Vietnam casualties will receive The Armed Forces Expeditionary State of Washington who have

NUMBER. 100OOO-ADJ2 Donell Roberson Is welcomed as the SI,000 regardless. of the Medal (for service in South- not yet applied for their $250
100,000th member of the Jax Navy Federal Credit Union by Terry length of service involved. east Asia between July 1, 1958 bonus have until March 28,1974,
Lewis, NAS Jax Branch Manager. Petty Officer Roberson is attached The periods of active duty must and July 3, 1965) or to do so.Governor.
to V P s. have been between 1 July 1958 The Vietnam Service Medalfor Dan Evans set the
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and 27 July 1973; for holders of ( service in Southeast Asia be- March 28 date in a proclamationissued
the Armed Forces Expeditionary tween July 4,.1965, and a date to recently.
I APPLIANCE Medal for service in Vietnam or be announced). Veterans and members of the
E holders of the Vietnam Service At least 90 days must have Armed Forces who received the
i & TV CENTER Medal. Payments for domestic been spent on active duty unless Vietnam Service Medal between

I service and non-Vietnam foreign the duty was terminated for med. August 5, 1964, and March 28,
t'-' 1973, and who meet all other requirements -
J set down in the
cash :. ;j" Washington law are eligible for
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PHONE
of' kl i Bonus payments may be received -
4' 264-4586
= in cash or may be.applied
Ask about wrt toward the payment of tuition at
our special I any State-supported institution of

Military Price higher learning inWashington.For .
Now YOU can Install you own in-ground :- : further information and
f. Savings Plan I IueUPTO$200 application forms write
a : ,... 'MARK SPITZ SPARTAN. Vietnam Veterans', Bonus:

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CHROMACOLOR DEPENDABLE TOYOTA TRADE INS! week.pictures-and Deadline for anything all stories else,

The Bermuda you feel inclined to send-
Every mill is
a pleasure/
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19" diagonal Both of us appreciateyour
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xrrl/r Chromzcolor 73 PINTO RUNABOUT ': .(. $2295 cooperation and
: r- compact.American 71 OPEL SW4. "
Walnut color Speed, R&H $1495 regret any invonvenience
.r, cabinet. Super 71 FIAT 850 Hardtop Coupe,Sharp $1695 this may cause ,to our
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i ?... Super Video Range 71 MGB $1995
: : 11 11"'r" r 82.ChannelTuning 73 VEGA 2 dr.Sedan $195
tut.laim System 73 GREMLINS AT,R&H, AC,WW Tires $2595
tlllllIllrlr nuu 3 to choose.from

i rues ONLY Even 71 MATADOR SWAT, R&H,AC, Nice $1595 "IIf.
LessWith 7J?OLDS CUTLAS Loaded $2295
i '70 RENAULTAT.AC
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Trade; 70 TOYOTA SW4Spd, R&H,AC $1195 .,( b
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law TV's as low as............?.........68.00 Used Car Phone 389-6668 or 9 -.., ... ) I

: COLOR TV's as low as................23..00 .

J REFRIGERATORS as low as..l28.00 DEER SPRINGS

RANGES & DRYERS as low as..l 18.00 ESTATES

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a aqi a | CALL: 387-3566 : Movie Schedule


Ads should be mailed to arrive not later
than
arriving too late for this deadline will be 'publlshed' Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads

strutted otherwise. A check or money order for the the costof following theadmustbe week unless received. the WITH publisher. the copy.Is in B B B BJL . .' .. .

RATE minimum charge ((3 lines)..
$2.00 Per additional .line ((4 words per line) ...SOc Thursday Nov. 15 MIXED UP FILES OF MRS.
Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING
CO.<4747 SAN JUAN AVE., NAS: "BOX CAR BERTHA"
JACKSONVILLE 322 ft BASEL E. FRANKWEILER"Saturday
r Drama, Starring Barbara

.5lseA; : _. :" J GEORGE'S KENNELS Hershey and David Carradine. ,Nov. 17
.fti.. ......, ORANGE PARK "
Dogs
) "R"
; Cats Boarded (88 min.)
I 2BR. NAB. "FOUR FOR TEXAS"Drama
Pick. & Duplex furn.,5 Min. to NAS, will
TEMPORARY JOBS 1925. ;Grooming ip delivery, services since i rent to TAD Pers. or bachelors. No HOSPITAL: "FROM THE Starring Dean Martin ;

FOR NAVY WIVESAll Visitors welcome.training BankAmerlcard 6 shipping. |lease required. 2&4.6884.limi MIXED UP FILES OF MRS. and Frank Sinatra. "PG" (115 /I
office skills needed. Long and & i
Mastercharge honored. Off BASEL E. FRANKWEILER" min.) i
short assignments. No Fee. We Pay 1.10 near !:
Cassat Ave. & EdgewOOd. I : "jJUSTISS Comedy
You. : Starring Ingrid HOSPITAL: "THE FRIENDS. ;
XTRA HELPERS.3U-S18$ SOlS Edgewood Ct..387-0044 TRAILER' PARK Bergman and Sally Prager. 'G" OF EDDIE COYLE" ; ,

SCUBA & CAMERA GEAR WANTED 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern (108 min)

JANITORIALWORK AT NAS JAX Day 354.1371 trailer and,apts. 389.3001.

Hours 5-9:30P.M.: Call 355-2741 and Evel2S-5103 Sunday.Nov.18 ," .v: ,

ask for openings at NAS. PROF. PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE MOBILE HOME LOTS Friday, Nov.16 NAS: : "CLASS,OF '44" ComedyDrama :
40 Miles
ROYAL SERVICES, INC. Commercial,Wedding Portraits ,4,000 Acres from of Cecil.Fresh Direct Water access Lakes.to NAS: "THE FRIENDS OF Starring Gary Grimes.

388.8408 Paved Streets, Underground Utilities.Lot EDDIE COYLE" Crime Drama," and Jerry Houser. "PG'.'((95 .

JOIN THE WONDERFUL WORLD FIREWOODCall2 Price Includes All Utilities. From Starring Robert Mitchum and min.) '- :;.

OF KELLY GIRL 4904 $3,000. For 85'X 100'Lot.3 Miles Southof Peter Boyle. "R" ((102 min.) HOSPITAL: "FOUR :FOR
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Like variety? You Name It, We have
Aft.6 P.M. Waldo, Fla. Just off of U.S. 301- :
It. Temporary, Part-TIme or all the Follow HOSPITAL: "FROM THE
MUST SEE TO APPRECIATEThis Hi-Way Signs.
time, convenient areas, Best firms, LAKE ALTO ESTATESBox ,
Georgeous Custom Made
Highest Pay. Call or stop Into our Gold TEXAS"a
Velvet 26,Waldo, Fla.
office Couch, Call 244 8044 Aft. 6 P.M. I
Friendly today.
or anytime on weekends. Phone 904-448-1H1. \
531 Fla. Nat'l. Bank Bldg. ,
KELLY GIRLS LIVE CRABS WEBUYANDSELLGOODUSEDMOBILE

Wilford's Fish Camp HOMES

PART OR FULL TIME J64-9707 Phone 388-441_ SECURITY GUARDS
72 SILVERLINE-BOAT
MECHANICSAfternoons
1SFL and 80 COLONYMOBILE HOMES -
h.p. Merc., Full Can ,
Saturdays or Full Tlme
Sales
&
Rentals,9359 103rd St. Call 771-
Jax top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply In vas maculate., Storage$1700.Cover, like new, lm- 0275 Photostating and notary service. RETIRED MILITARY WELCOME .
person to Mr Foster, NIMNICHT Call 771.5618. I:

CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat TRASH OR JUNK
Avenue. PICKED UP BE YOUR LET YOUR DOWN RENT PAYMENT The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Jacksonville, I.

Call Nixon Frazier Mon.-Frl. from DEPOSIT REQUIRED Fla. Branch has Immediate openings In its security

4PM7PM. On Sat. 7A.M.-4P.MNo SUMIT MOBILE HOMES force. Must be In excellent physical condition & undergo .,
SMALL LICENSED
Located behind Cedar Hills NURSERY Shopping rates.lob Is too 745-2244 big or too small. Reasonable 5210 Phillips, Highway,733-9422' strict security investigation '& fire arms

Center. Regular hours or split shift or 3547251. BRING THIS AD FOR $100OFF.. qualification test. Salary$4700 per year with 10 percent

772-1429. SEEUSFIRSTNearly shift differential for
NewRestaurant 19702BR.12'X58'Unfirnished. night work. Excellent company

Equip Conv. to bases Pay off paid benefits. Uniforms & equipment provided &

GREATJOBEarn 384-578 or 244-8381 $3500. After P.M.., 7714877. cleaned at no cost. ;
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$50.$75 per vk., working part. j
POLAROID LAND CAMERA 420
time calling on single girls. Earn 1972 FLAMINGO MO.HO. i
more with Incentive plan. Must be Practically Aft.SP.M.New,244-9994 45'X12', 3BR., 1Ba., $300 dwn., & For Information, Call 354-8211, Ext 211 ,
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sharp I Phone 721-3400. take up pymts. of $98.96 mo. Day 733- .
I I fell.ft t?All'!>STATE:yUlil 0030 aft. 6P.M. 264.1172.fI4ANPOTAT9NJ. 8:30-4:30 P.M. MONDAY- Y '
Ksh'la' *, .**. 3SFlw| An
DIARYQUEEN103rd : Equal Opportunity Employer
& Standing has openings for two WE BUY 4 SELL EQUITIESCall

ladles under '40 yrs. of age, with usfor quick service
transportation evening shift. 4:30- Morrison Taylor, Inc: BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY
11:30 P.M. Must be dependable withno 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. Used VW's Compacts; other foreign

childcare problems. Should live .771-3051 737-3844 makes. Astro Motors 6566 NormandyBlvd.
.
7814978.
within 10 Mr.radius of above address:
TRAILER LOTS
' WITH ACREAGE
We want ladies'who need to'wor-.And
Two, to
up twenty acre. Tracts 5 mill
want to make SI.75 per hr. This Is 6 NOCASH NEEDED
radius-Cecil
Field &
nights per week, no weekends. off. For $3,000.00 1.295 $2,000.00 tc 1966 Volkswagen Fastback, low mo. SaV:
per' acre. Prices are far @f
pymts. $35. 3534575.
appt. Call 711.3103.MECHANICALLY. h(
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below near-future values. Call Tony

George, 389.5514, Eve. 771-1974 MUST SELL THIS WEEK
XMAS SPECIAL '72 Olds 98, 4DR., luxury Sedan, one

INCLINED?, Susie St. Near Ken Rd., 100'X125', owner, all options clean & In excel. f fb
Want man to train as foreign car Paved Street, $4400. Terms. cond. Days 784-0055 Nights 7373099. IAL /
mechanic under project transition WYNNE REALTYOF FLORIDA $3250 Firm.
program. Top pay & benefits, after Realtors
training with management ap- Specialist. NO CASH NEEDED

portunlty, 3891644.SALESMANWOMAN. BRICK BEAUTY IN STARKE NOCREDITNEEDEDEl

3BR.,2Bath LR, DR,.kit.,foyer, Dbl.- and up 18 yrs.or older "Just the
We can sell you a car and get complete
garage,chain link fence, 1.8 acres golf
Part-Time, Excellent Income financing arranged. 353.4575.NO .
course within 300
7814654BABYSITTER yds. Very nice. For Tire
Info. Pis. Call George Roberts Real .' .
Estate 944-7824 or Wayne Douglas, CASH NEEDED
NEEDEDIMMEDIATELY ASSOC. 9646593. 1966 Volkswagen, Fastback, low mo. / for theHunter"
pymts $35.353-4575.,.
Llghr Housekeeping 6 days per; wk., SUMMER CABINSIN
8:00-5:30: P.M. 764-1645 aft. 5:30 P.M. THE SMOKIES 72 HONDA 450 .
Near Cherokee & Bryson City, N.C. Excel. Cond., extras, stretch forks, / s ,

FUELTRUCK DRIVERS WANTEDFull Paved Roads, Good Water Beautiful $950., 244-5801. '

or Part Time, Military or retired Scenery., For Permanent or Summer _
personnel.Will train.778-1411. Contact Homes. Jax. Beach, Phone 244-8383 or NOCASH NEEDED Premium .r
O.A. Welch. BRYSON City, N.C. Phone 4882714. 1947 Chevrolet Impala, one owner. '
2DR.,H.T.,runs good, low mo. pymts. High 95
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WE BUY EQUITIES 353 4575, PerformanceTire From ,
Louise Tf Bailey + F.E.T.
recorded message by Broker 771-3405 '47 COUGAR XR7
SCOTT EDWARDS Fully equip.. Including bit.-In. 8 / ,

Tells you how to be a CALLA SHIPMATEJoe Track. Needs work. $1300. or best .e
DISC JOCKEYCall Ropiak(RET Navy) offer. Call 772-9070 after 6 P.M. or '

35S-2944 any hour. Approved for Licensed Real Estate Salesman weekends.
veterans. Columbia School of Representing 1000 x15 TRU TRAC

Broidcastlng. San Francisco. Not Standing Agency, Inc.Realtors 1WBUICKOS400 4
Office 771-9513 Fully loaded, like new car, still under 1100x15 TRU TRAC
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course. by Home 711.7715
home original factory, warranty. Steel- -
study.
3 BEDROOM BATH belted radial tires, $1495. 772-7243 or 1000x15 CROSSCUT

TYLERS HEATING A AIR COND. Paneled Family Room, Carpets, 772-1344. 900 x J 15 MILITARY TREAD
fenced concrete Block 18,500 BTU AC,
Central 1W CHEVROLET CAPRICE
and, wall furnaces, space .
heaters $23,000. Owner. will carry Mortgage or PSPB, Fact. Air, New Paint, VEHICLES
clean & repair. Lake Shore, excellent TIRES FOR ALL TYPES OF RECREATIONAL
4711 Palmer 388.5161. VA FHA. Vansandt, Realtor, 3893549.MILLCREST car for $995. 772-7243 or 772. r4

1344. ,Special PAINTED WHEELS
n FS.+> .44
COMPLETE
MARINE OFFICERS UNIFORMSNew I a_ ,- \b..Jl.\.<.' ." I 1u1 VALIANT 2DR.SEDAN For Pick-ap Trucks
Condition. Will fit anyone -6'2"", 6-Cyl., AC, 3-Spd.,..Excel.. Cond., $895.
772-7243 or 772-1344. and off the road .
175.200..lbs. No reasonable offer 5222 Baycrest Rd.,28 R.,1 Ba., Stove 8.
refused. Call'757-mi after 5. Refrlg. V.B., oil htr., Conv to NAS & HARLSY' DAVIDSON CHOPPER x Vehicles

Cecil Field: 784-8592. $125 mo. Hard-tall,72 Running gear Financingcan 4 491
,KIRBY-VACUUM CLEANER be arranged. Call 358.0881. '4 8 i> v i nm % ,
ORANGE PARK
Responsible party take up payments '
'Of $7.00 per. month. Rayfield's 2BR. Apts. Furn. or Unfurn.. Dish. 1971 CONTINENTAL MARK- III = Other Sizes Available
4437 Wilson Blvd., 772-8934 washer. Drapes, Carpets. Elizabeth Excel.$5400.
AptS. 77M405 or 7713355. Call 358-0881.
GOLDVELVETCOUCHCustom LI
OR SHOP 1949CHEVELLE
OFFICE
Made
Seats 6 comfortably r
New Condition LOCATION FOR RENT Small V-8. Excel. 2nd car, 2DR., HT,
Orlg. cost $700 Asking
$350. Call 244-8044. after 6 PM 'or ,,High traffic, central Westside, on San No money. dwn., financing' available.Call .
anytime on weekends. Juan between Standing and Cassat. 358 0881.1f70. TIRE COMPANYOPEN
1200 sq. ft., Air Conditioned, (optional
!), very reasonable rent. Phone MONTE CARLO 8-6 MON SAT
,
.JEANS, PROFESSIONAL Will sacrifice, $2700. part financingcan t
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ACADEMY 387-3544 U NCRftUMC' : L 0 '
DANCE i be arranged. Call 358-0881. .
Westconnett at '103rd & Orange Park, WILMAR APTS.

Bellalr Civic Bldg.. Ballet, Tap Toe. 2BR., Furn., water, sewage & gar. Wl VETTB' '

Jan, Hula, Tahitian, Baton, t. bag, parking cars. small children, Stingray, T.top, dealen'mlstakl, will A w A
acrObatics Register Now, 771-2521. small pets o.k.' $125. mo., Washer' Sell for $2800. Call 3M-OM1.
771-5444, 778-3455, Children 8. Adults. $8.00 387-2541 or 387-07 U.





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.. .. .. .. .. For Sale ((2)) 1971 HONDA CT.70
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Street-Track Bikes Low Mileage,

THE FI.ee MARKET Mint Condition 264.2080, $50.00 772-9457. .. ,
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AUTO 8 TRACK with
A FREE PERSONAL WAN r.AD SERVICE 1970 TORINO I 302, Auto, PS, PB, New Craig
for Military and Civilian Emp1oyees.rf NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field R&H, Ext 3405, NAS, Jax. 2-5": Speakers Model 3123 $75.00
771-3211 ext 676 or 398-
.---------------------------- eI .. Evenings 781-0823 Best offer Campbell
3736 after 5PM

i 'r I 'FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM I KAWASAKI. MACH IN 500 CC .--

1960 MGA, Bad/ Dented up but
I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) I $550.00 Asking. Christmas Is Excellent For Mechanical Parts
coming: New Chain and
I and Accessories Phone 781.7456
: I Sprockets Good Tires, Sissy Bar
; .: I ., .. after 6:00 PM
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"1 ,. h For Sale Best Offer 1 Seven Foot

"J I 1967 FIREBIRD 326 cu. in. AC COUCH 1 LOVE SEAT (% hlden

t I PWR STR, Immaculate $1200 bed) Contact Knight Ext 2935

Nas Jax 2460 after 5, 264.4831 NATTC Post Office
:' i TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW .1

'.... ,.:, BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. .
,. .
I I For Sale: SCREENHOUSE, 25 M. BTU Gas HEATER Like
}" r New Includes copper fittings $30
//i I $25.00, Coleman STOVE $10.00
: METAL DETECTOR $25.00 World Book Cyclo Teacher,

I. Name Office or activity to which assigned, .. Womans Rings Two ((2)) $10.00 Never Used 7817325.

I Each, All New, Call 772.8735
1970 MAVERICK Red Stick Shift

i Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I Radio New Tires, Excellent
15Va' Arrowglass BASS BOAT,

I 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, te: Full I with 90 'HP Evenrude $950.00 Transportation $900.00 Call 264-
i military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I Also: HARLEY DAVIDSON 350 2617
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate,,office or activity I Sprint $450.00 284-5238 after 5 PM
to which he Is assigned and office telephone. This 1966 OLDS CONV., Full Power,
4b 2. Free advertising In the "Flee-T MARKET"will
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information Is for authentication only and ad I
be limited tot: Offers to buy,sell or rent housingfor your Air Conditioned. New Tags New
should be worded independently of this information
I 1970 KINGSWOOD ESTATE 9
personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I Inspection Sticker. New Tires.
i' I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to Pass Sta Wgn One Owner, Low
.
S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In i Will sell for $800.00 or trade for
.. and from work; announcements of educational Mileage, PB, PS, AM-FM, Lug '
'I the following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads pickup truck. 3505 DWH
offered
courses by nonprofit organizations or .
arriving after that date will be placed In the gage Rack 4.0 Shape $2,000 CDR .
i governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted --
following week's edition. Ads will be run only one .
only If the words "PCS" (for military), or Cornett 2821.2822 or 264.7197 after 1968 DODGE DART 270 6 cyl,
I time, unless submitted as prescribed above
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the r 5PM Automatic Trans,
Four Door,
: I Jacksonville area) are included In the wording of the
'. No phone calls will be accepted regarding i I 'have
ad. Ads for pets will be carried! only when, accompanied One OwnerMust Sell
\ i by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR $375 Buys 65 FORD GALAXIE Orders Hensel Home 264-7287
NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide
,:;.
Convertible. PS, R&H, New Top,
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. \.. .
I "Flee MARKET" ad form which will be printed I 390 Eng. Good Tires Runs Great SEWING MACHINE (Japanese)
'C : i in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No X2137 or 771.6948 Chief Mahar with console cabinet, deluxe full
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I
i accepted. size heavy-duty Zig Zag Model
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to ."Flee-T I with Built-in Stiches $119 771-
I ESTEY CHORD ORGAN, Double
MARKET" Editor, CO JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, $. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I 5977
:. NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business,. or which' do not meet the above Keyboard, Less than one year old -...
OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher $150 19" Mllovac Color Portable
:'I "Flee MARKET" Editor, c.0 LATWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. r $75 771.6732 Wanted FROST FREE
i 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These forms 1s. REFRIGERATOR FREEZER
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68 CHEV WAGON 9 Pass V-8, AC, For Sale: Complete Outfit 17' 1971 HONDA SI-350 Helmet, Tag, (School Type), B&Wor COLOR ,
"V" HULL, 85 Beat the high price of PORK: TV Call Evenings 771-8075
Power Steer. Standard Brakes Hp Mercury Insp. and Tuned, Street or Dirt,
Best Offer over $450 Call 786-1332 Outboard, Trailer, Purchased "Raise your own" 11 pigs for sale Asking $49519" B & W TV $15 771-
after 5PM or leave message for August (Got My Orders to approx. 30-40 Ibs. $25.00 ea. 771- 6732 1973 VEGA ,G.T. AC, AT, Vinyl

.' Kelley at Ext. 8318 Okinawa) Call after 1 17O -771.6035 8462 Top, $100.00 Take' over Pymts at

., ",. ........- Credit Union 778-3116 after 5:00
For Sale DUO-THERM 70,000 G.E. ELECTRIC RANGE Needs
.BOAT For Sale: 14' RUNABOUT, For Sale' Large Duo-Therm Sace Some
BTU LP NAT Gas Mobile Repairs $25.00 Call 264.3758
j 25HP Motor & Trailer $350.00 Call Heater (No Blower) Excellent or 30" OVEN For Sale 1967 DODGE DART GT
of Home Furnace. Used One Yare 2dr. HT, AC, PS, Good Condltlon-
after- ,5PM 771-0115 $35 Call 771-3211 Ext 8134 Mon.
thru Fri. 9.2 Ask For "Agnes"Without Ph 778-2384 after 6PM $745.00 772-7879
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Wanted: To Buy: Round RED OAK, HILL, PK. 3BR, 2BA, DR, Will BABYSIT In my home at

',' ".5Fa WOOD PATIp-PICNICTabie, and BIRO, CH&A, Utility Rm, Newly 5029 9th St., Trailer Park. Cecil

,. Benches; Also, Child's Swing Set Painted, Extra Sharp Rent $265 Field for Working Mothers.

Call 781.8083 Sell $26,500172.9131 References Call 771.3211 ext 8229

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:' you wouldn't know 1965 HONDA Dream, Recently 4-TRACK STEREO TAPE Wanted CL 450 HONDA In good

Overhauled $180.00 Large Maple PLAYER with Speakers and condition 771-3211 ext 202

Crib, New Mattress $20, Wonda
( tapes, $20.00 764-1833
Chair $40 Call 387.3838 Evenings Will BABY SIT Your Home Need

,, Transportation Call.771-9801 Rm.
; 202

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REPOSSESSION SALEWhy 'Safety beta,when
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pay full price when you can get it for less? its a nice way to say

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S.:' AC Auto. trans., PS: PB, V-8 \S 'PS, ',PB, R&H. 3 Speed 0 TWO YEAR MATURITY

engine R-M !. *' MINIMUM -INVESTMENT : 0

$ 17 50 J $1295, ,SUB.J.ECr TO"AVAIL ABU.I I T YV

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the Fleet Reserve Association the gathering dealing with 'the.
I ; ::2I (FRA), made his annual visit to benefits now available to military

t : '' !11.1<' '; ., :r Branch 91 Sunday.At personnel.
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McCarley spoke on the role of the The Ladles Auxiliary, Unit, 91,
sea services in furthering international of the FRA is sponsoring ,a card
policy and reviewedthe party Nov..17 starting at 8 p JM.at
status of the military forces in the Branch Home (5391 Collins
the present world situation.
Road).
McCarley also stressed the
+: t + Y.wk rbn wr.r. 4. ---1 s., +"_'cM need for continued military A donation of $1.00 per person
s > preparedness,concluding with a will be used to finance the Unit's
call for the continued show of various charitable projects
national determination to standup during the coming year.
for the freedoms on which the Tickets are available from the

; _. United States was founded. Unit Officers at the door.
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STRANGE.LOOKING P-3? Actually, It's an "Argus", the Canadian Air Force's counterpart to New Summer Hours: Open 4PM!
Navy's P-3"Orion".The Canadian ASW aircraft and its VP-405 crew are here this week as guests ALLNEWTOPLESSDANCERSTOPLESS w-
oftheVPtourist -16" agles",keeping busy touring the Navy's Jacksonville facilities and visiting the manythe GO-GO4PM-2AM ,
attractions In the area. Raised Show Bar

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FOR 1974 WE HAVE 2 NEW VOLVOS,


as much as If IMPROVED VOLVOS ,AND


.':: $2500Phone THE SAME OLD PHILOSOPHY. ,,:


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The 2 new Volvos: the 2-and 4.door 164E sedan".They've all been made .,,; .
or come' in for the cash you want- for fur- GLs.They come with extra standards- stronger safer and more'comfortable.m.. I'
loughs, leaves, expenses, bills, any good reason! And leather-faced seats tachometer sunroof But.you say that's nothing.new'with.. :
Account Transfer Service to any of nearly 2000 heated drivers seat special wheel trim Volvo. -X +. ,
Beneficial offices. Servicemen everywhere ''," '
prefer and metallic paint. Exactly. ; :

Beneficial! Call up and see! The 4 improved Volvos: the door 1'-: ". .,,,,;k::;N.v "
o < sedan,4: orsedan,wagon and luxurious ';.. ; ,.4 r
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4553 Shirley Ave. Ph: 384.4595 N
Venetia Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville
5635 Roosevelt Blvd (Venetia Village) 3889374r
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American tradition through the years and we can't think.of anyone
we'd rather buy one from than this farmer's daughter we found only 20
J miles from NAS Jax. Where? That's our secret!

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4807 BLANDING.BLVD PHONE
x4 of 771.5092
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C"'III' f YOUR OHI-STOP MOVING CINTER
' 10 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU: _
.: ; : .n 14X00 Neighborhood Dealers Across the Country
DOWNTOWN DURKEEVIUE BRANCH !!!!!
,,fi... \ .: ,X. Adqmt and Jplia 1815 N.Myrtl.Ave.'': .r :j tj -":.. iiiiiiiiiI +tAULuww
.. j PH. 354.8443 PH.356.4175. u

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Gateway Shopping Center 1 101 Monum.nt Road

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NORMANDY BRANCH UNIVERSITY BLVD. BRANCH T. RENT
5911 Normandy Blvd 5631 University Blvd.W. AUTOMATIC s.urn/ulI" Local or One Way
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':, PH.78M383 PH. 731.0833 INSUUNCt CARGO TRAILERS low Rates By Day

....' 1... SOUTHSIDE BRANCH" MOBILE OFFICE Week.orMonth
1326 Prudential Dr. : Baldwin .
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SWAT 'EM U-PI C-EM' ends in tie' Y" .


MIDDIESACADEMY .


f 4q = as McKeen wins again ;


. Jax-This football season has Oklahoma game and McKeen'swas to call it a tie. ,:fc ,
S. created several firsts for the Jax seven over the actual total. The three others who turned in '
cii' Air News-Airwinger U-PIC-EM perfect ballots but were off on'the ,
contest. Occurrances like the Since there there had been no tie-breaker were Joe Costa of''.
? 2Z. first female winner and the first rule set other' than whoever was NARF, AWC Nick Mulich I an
tie. But it seems that these oc- closest to the actual total for the ACDOP student and AK2 WilliamB.

Y currances refuse to settle for tie-breaker,''the only choice was Julian,of VA-86. I '
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This of the week's year. tie is further

complicated by the fact that Tom UPICEMNAME.
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winners,won the contest just two : "' ;m.r''{ .'

weeks ago and thus he becomes .-....: .

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Public Works, Transportation .::-..-,<": w* .: :.
:epartment, turned In a perfect PHONE=DUTY STATION ..-J.41 )
ballot this week as did four other :: +
(Games for the weekend of November 17)) "- people in a week marked by dear _. ,, -" 1 .
misses but no real upsets.He was F.'
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tied for this week's win,however, .. ,
by Tim Postlewaite of Supply AUBURN S I
when Postlewaite's tie-breaker GEORGIA. i"H :.

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ANNAPOLIS, Md-The playerin to catch Taylor when the season- SMU KANSAS' ,4. -..
offensive backfield who but he has S "
Navy's began, only 11
OKLAHOMA KANSAS ,.
gets the least recognition has the receptions so far this fall in seven '- SI.Y .. ,

most playing time of anyone on games. "Quite frankly, we ,' CLEVELAND.- ._ OAKLAND._ 't.;
the Mid team. He's flanker Bert haven't gotten the ball to him," .
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Calland, a senior from Welsh says., "He's shown he's a DETROIT CHICAGO .
Zanesville,>Ohio. fine receiver and we have routes < *
There's no question Calland for him." /" :
hasn't received the attention' t TIE-BREAKER: Predict final score on game between Navy 2 ..
given to Mid quarterback Al Calland says he enjoys doing so and Georgia Tech.,Indicate all other,winners by a check mark. ,,i. :j"'r

Glenny, running back Cleveland many things during a game. "It ... ; I' oi.\\
1*' "trs -1-- ;
to better. I have to
Cooper or even Calland's helps me play BALLOT BOXES for NAS and Cecil Field are located at the Navy ",
roommate, split-end Larry Van be more alert. Sure, I like Exchanges near the Lay.Awaycountera or ballot can be brought to the. ,
Loan. But Coach receiving the best. But I've McKeen respective newspaper offices.Ballots must be In by 1 p.m. every Friday I
Navy George or they won't be picked up and no ballots.will be accepted at the
Welsh calls Calland '"a total concentrated on my blocking newspaper offices after this time ".' "* .
football player." more this year." IntraIIluralTennis

"He's doing so much for us," ,
says Welsh. "He's not only in With the return to the line-up

there on offense, but in on every three weeks ago of his roommate,
kicking situation. We really have Van Loan, Calland believes Navy
him involved ,and he does has a group of receivers that Standings NEWEST CONCEPT .
everything we ask of him." complement each other and can IN APARTMENT LIVING b',

But his primary responsibility give defenses problems. Calland
L 1 2 3 BEDROOM. 1 AND 2 BATHS j>
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is the intricate flanker or and Van Loan are the long
wingback and tight-end Bill Smyth, VP.16 7 0, Spacious rooms, wide windows,
position in the Midshipmen threats VP-S 0, central heat'& air cond. 'Private
backfield. "He's well the team's leader in receptionswith 7 ",
patios sundecks. swimming' pool
VW-4 ,.:. : .. 1
suited for the position," says 17 this year,is the short man. .5 ., 2 ,and party room ,
VP-49
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pass ,receiving, running and we've played 3' '
"Remember, HOSPITAL 2 -2 : 2 1800 KINGSLEY AVE.
blocking capabilities. "One of together as a unit in only three VP-56 I 3
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the things he does best is "
games this year, Calland pointsout. NATTC 0 3 Blvd. & Orange Park Minutes ;
probably least recognized,, that's .And the Midshipmen won two NARJAX 0 4 away via new 1.2S. I
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his blocking of those games, over Syracuseand FICEUR 0 4.CPW.11 .
A year ago Calland tied the Air Force, but lost the thirdin 0 .6 c: = -

Academy's single season, pass the last minute to Pitt. .-- '-
receiving record with 61 catches.He .
also began this fall with 86

receptions to his credit, second,
best among Navy's all-time

leaders in career catches. Rob '
Taylor's 129 receptions is the


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CECIL SPORTS football championshipThe 'I

'L n 4 By Joe P. ParkerBASKETBALL

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r:-A' points. Katzenmeyer also In a close game, all the way 1973 Cecil Field Raiderswon the final gun went off and the

I VS3141 dumped in 15 points for VS-22. VA-174. hung on for. a 2 points their 4th 6ND FootballChampionship score board read Cecil 21,
NAMTD-35 VS-30 66AMD63 victory. Logan had 14 points for and made it 3 out COMFIVE 20. According to Don
VS-31 won the season opener by the losers while Hertzler and of 4 for the East Coast Cham- Jackson, Cecil Field coach'and
I a score of 41.35 over NAMTD. VS-30 took AMD in overtime to Johnson had 12 and 10 for the pionship. quarterback, this was the
NAMTD suffered its own energy win a well played game. AMD led winners. Both undefeated Cecil Field toughest competition he had ever
crisis in the second half as VS-31 most of the way until Gathers of VS-22 64 and the COMFIVE team met on faced. As a result, he is retiring
came from behind to win. VS-30 started hitting the long BOQ %7 Thursday with Cecil Field again. ,
Jackson led VS-31's balanced range shots. Gathers tallied a Katzenmeyer scored 16 pointsof sinking the Seal Team Group by a Members of the Cecil Field
scoring with 12 points. Smith and total of 22 points while Hicks and his 22 in the 1st half of playas score of 41-40. Off of this victory team were; John Mills, L.M.
Slade tallied 10'points each for Strong added 11 and 14 respec VS-22 leaped to a 40-11 halftime the Raiders got a bye while the Tate, MD. Bell, David K. Mc-
the Teachers. tively. Whidden of AMD becamethe score. Perry added 15 for VS-22 losers had to battle it .out. On Neal, Jerry Pride. Wilborn
VA-81 50 1st to join the 25 point club as while Calderson scored, 11 for the Saturday''' morning only once Davis,James F.:Martin,ThomasT.
VA-24 40Although he managed 28 points in a losing BOQ. beaten COMFIVE and un .Thurston,Harry E. Ennis Ben
;I not as strong as they cause. Meldrum. AMD scored BOWLING defeated Cecil Field met for all Harrington, Victor Sims, John
I have been in recent years, VA-81 20 points. Dave Falls continues to roll the marbles.,In a see-saw battleof Lipke,James D.Jackson,RobertJ.
j cranked up a sluggish offense in FASO 49 firing a 559 to lead the co- hard hitting and sharp passing, ., Mills, and Jack L. Lyon.
i i the second half to defeat VS-24. VS-24 21Bruce National Bowlers. Boutin's 222
I High scorers for the winning Stickler continued his was high game for the night.
I team were Rode with 17 points assault on Cecil nets with 18 Other series included Cun- Sunliners set
and Fulton with 12. Hanna was points _agrfinst VS24. FASO ningham with a 534, Anderson's
I top man for VS-24 as he scored 12 defeated VS-24 by a score of 49-21 503, Flores with a 550, Long's 555,

.... points., and continues to roll. Howard's 513, Barrogue with a
.
FASO ,- 63 VA-45 57 511.and Domingo with a 512. CFC record
Medical 12 VS3226Murray AMERICAN LEAGUE
Bruce Stickler of Faso burnedthe Garret and Barr Dale Howard led American
''j nets for 20 points, 14 in the scored 15,15 and 13 points to leada League Bowlers with sharp 611.
I first:half, to lead his team to aneasy'victory solid Blackbird team to it's Dale's 216 was high game for
over Medical. initial victory' for the 1973-1974 the night. Other rollers with good
I OPS- season. sets; Presley -507, Roarke544,
Supply 31 AMD got back on a winning, Dudgey 551 Mulcahey 552, _
Ops Jumped out to an early 10 keel by defeating Supply Smith -526, Saim -521, Eckhoff *' ; .,
point lead in the first quarter and department rather handily. For 534, McGinty 504, Ladine 514,
made it stand for a 43-31 victory. the victors it was Johnson with 15 and Slockley 550' _
Bailey rang up 14 point for Ops points, Cook 15 and Meldrum 10 TEAM STANDINGS ATLANTIC
and James of Supply led his team points. Harris had 14 points for WINTER TUESDAY 1730
with 10 points. Supply.
Marines 56 VS-31 56 VA-45 No. 23 9
VS-22 51 VA-37: 41'Eleven VA-174 No.:2 23 9
The Marines overcame an men scored 56 points for VS-30 20 12
early VS-22 lead and went on to VS-31 and 2 points for VA-37: when NAMTD No.:2 1912% .
defeat them by a score of 56-51 It a VS-31 player imitated wrong VA-174 No.1. No. 1 18 14 ''Z ,:v' .;
was completely a team effort ast1 way corrigan and dropped one in SUPPLY .; 18 14 x "
the Marines had four men in the wrong basket.,Britt and Mott SECURITY 18 14 "
.. double figures by the end of the'I scored 14 and 11 point for the VA-45No.- No.2: 17 ,15 CDR K.A. DICKERSON, CO of VA-31 Is shown presenting the
game. They were; Davey. 21 Bulls. Mott was impressive all VA-81 i, ; : 15 17 squadron's record setting C.F.C check to'COMLATWING ONE,:CDR
points, Craig11 points, Frisby game with his tremendous NAMTD No. 14 18 T.C. WATSON.
I '1. .;., t 10 points, Boutin 12 points. leaping ability. BOQ 13% 18% The Sunliners of Attack of the squadron's "Anytime-
Perry of VS-22 was the overall VA-174 42 VC-2 13 19 Squadron EIGHTY-ONE woundup Anyplace" spirit and was a full
high scorer of the game with 22 VAlOS40 GALLEY 12 20 the Combined Federal one-quarter of all pledges madeat
__ __ .
I -,.,,- /.....-. J f r High individual series for the Campaign .with an amazing 220 N.A.S. Cecil Field. The out
I evening was rolled by the League .percent :of their quota. The standing total was made possibleby
(\ I percentage was a Cecil Field all the fact that virtually 100,
CSCM W.J. for
President Bigley
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1 the Galley with a 148-182-216 time high for the .C.FC. Their percent of the Sunliners contributed :
Total: 546.Chief pledge of $5873.65 was indicative to the compaign.

I itowstiswncoMto GIFTS Bigley also had the high
individual game with a 216.
i.. i Naufirol' CharM .Ou'rijfK..rs Nautical' tt.-,.r High 3-game series for a team A DAY LATE !lit ADOLLARSHOR.T f
.Paints frfvh Boxf >Burger JacketsHardware EI
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was 2,654 by -
Shii Table' Vtrar Iyt..uo
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Jax Fliers basketball team '



I meets. Moody AF tomorrow


Jax -TheNAS Jax Fliers five for the Fliers two Pollard of VP-56';, Chris

Basketball team get its opening games is Cole of HS-15,, ,Larry

1973-74 season underway scheduled to consist of Streeter of Medical,. Alan

S :fic a.I k tomorrow night at 7:30: Calloway and Terry Parker of VW-4 Gil Austinof

h p.m. in King Hall (Bldg. Brown from VP-56, Gary NDRC and Chuck

563)) against the Moody Air Pope from Air Ops, Mort Murray an ADCOP.

Force Base team. The McCarthey from HS- student.All I.

iX Nay + 'lAp Fliers and Moody will then ll.and Levi. Hamerter ,of NAS personnel and

play again on Saturday at HS-15. their depencents are in

; 2 p.m in King Hall. Also suiting up for the vited to attend the games

The Fliers will have only Fliers this season will be and help cheer the Fiers to

two returnees' from lastyear's Wallace Irving and,''Ernie, winning. season,,rm/ ,' .
team in the form of .

Paul Tuggey. (coach) from -1.; : .
MARTD and Ralph

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II MA TSG leaving ,.Tax with Touch ,Football CrownJaxMATSG I

J'- ,
concluded their playoffs when.Payne deflected a denfense for three touchdowns by
final intramural touch football FICEUR pass taatjook a fateful way of the air. He also scored on .
f season at NAS Jax with a flourish bounce; right into':the hands of a leaping conversion attempt to :
I last week when they won a 28-8 Mike Jacobsen in the endzone give him 20 of MATSG's 28 points. I"'
contest over FICEUR and and FICEUR took a 6-0 lead after Gary Payne in the meantimewas
claimed the 1973 NAS Jax Touch the conversion attempt failed. making sure the ball didn't
1 Football Championship. Allen Greer brought MATSG take any more funny bounces ash
Bob Cain and Gary Payne both back to a 6-6 tie just before the pulled in three errant FICEUR 4Jte4LA
I I discovered a liking for the half ended with a pass receptionand passes and set up the ensuing it4L
number. three in the cham. a short run into the endzone. touchdowns by Cain.
pionship game when Cain scored FICEUR held them to a first half
The
championship victory
three touchdowns for the MATSG' tie by successfully preventing the gave
the National League winners an L
offense and Payne interceptedthree conversion attempt.In .
'
overall 14-1 record to take with
passes for the defense. the second half it was all
them to Memphis as they
FIECUR put the first points on MATSG and Bob Cain as he found prepareto
make the big with the
move
the board in the final game of the his way through the FICEUR rest of NATTC,;

'1 Two of MATSG's three victories '
n. in the playoffs came at the

k L/ expense of FICEUR as FICEUR
also lost a 6-0 decision to MATSGin

'I, the first game of the playoffs.This .
.f.; R. MATSG win came when ;
Jackie Hunt.pulled down a passin
,, the endzone for the only score
: of a rough defensive struggle. r
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MATSG's:other playoff victory
s
._1 came against their National
I League rivals, VP-16. This win a F
".'
,came in much the same manneras
J : ; their final victory' when Gary 1

S Payne intercepted three passes
H(J ,.. .::,., } L and ran one back for a touchdown

.., .. while Bob Cain accounted for the
55 4S ... :. .other two touchdowns in their 23- .. .. .
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.I:....t....>;',+.:," conversion while Bill Kirksey, THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY Gary Payne ((21)) got his fingers on
the MATSG quarterback, kicked this ball lust enough to deflect it but it bounced right into the hands of
the only field goal of the tour- Mike Jacobsen ((25)) for FICEUR's only score in MATSG's 28-8 win In

COVERED OR UNCOVERED Bob Caine couldn't be stopped as he nament. the championship game. Payne attoned for letting this one get away
pulled down three touchdown passes and led MATSG to a 28-8 win over Jack Breese and Ed Hill each by intercepting three FICEUR passes later}In the game.
FICEUR and the NAS Jax Touch Football Championship. contributed six points for the .
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:if WE FINANCE way to the finals by downing VP- .
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\ Lesley scored all the points that COMMITTEE MEETING score for NDRC.
.,.__::. }... ...ON TOPLINE QUALITY NAME BRANDS were needed to eliminated their Jax-The Athletic Advisory INTRAMURAL

TtfATYOUHAVECOMETOKNOWANDTRUST"i American League counterpartsfrom Committee will be holding Its BASKETBALL

""i(M VP-49. next meeting on Tuesday, UNDERWAY
lQ. VP-16 fell to FICEUR in November 20' instead of the
MAyr AGI' overtime in the semi-final game earlier mentioned date of Jax-The intramural basketball
when both teams ended November 19.The meeting will program opened this past
Monday with HS-11 trouncing
regulation play with 14 points and be held at 1 p.m. in Room 240 at
MPO HS-15
102.24 bouncing
-I the issue had to be settled by Hangar 1000.Every ,
NATTC 74.58 and AIMD
penetration. FICEUR had to unit and command
comeback for the win as VP-16 aboard NAS should have at least squeezing by 679th 8786.
led 14-$ at haltime. two representatives appointed to Three games are played every
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'MacDonald scored a touch in the NAS Athletic Program so
down and two-point conversionand that each unit or command will
Rex Caswell scored a touchdown be properly represented at these SURVEYS

HOME FURNISHING CENTERS for VP-16's 14 points. important meetings. BEING

; Home Owned&Operated by Thomas Walker The only other game that oc- NATIONAL LEAGUE CONDUCTED
I HIWAY,17 at KINGSLEY AVE ORANGE PARK Ph24-4742 cured in the playoffs was the POSITION SETTLED

L.I.L. I. Eagles 24-12 win over VP-49. Jax-VW-l and NDRC settled Jax-A survey of lockers at the

( ,, the issue of who would get third indoor pool Is now being made. In
place in the National Football order to make this possible all

League last week when VW-4 persons occupying lockers are:
Retired VA Tat I hookers scored a 32-6 win. asked to please register the
; VW-4 only led 8-0 at the half but locker they now have with the
ill.j'tj e do It better at. they couldn't be contained in the attendant in the Enlisted Men's
.S .. second half as they broke loose, room. All lockers presently
'p' for the win. registered. need to be recon

t & ,,:. ):.,, >' >: Coggln Pontiac The Hurricanes scoring parade firmed also.
included touchdowns by James AIl10cters not checked out,but
Rath, Windell Stevens, Mike with a lock will have the lock cutoff
Godwin and.Walter Swink while as of December 10,1973. Your
two-pointers were scored by cooperation will help Special
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James Almo.. the facilities for everyone.

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the Osceola Wildlife woods." regarding our work," W L ',,,r W.'l' L -'
Management Area, Major Martin told hunters the Martin said. "However, AIMD 6. 3 VP-5 .,.* t t, ', 10:" ',2 .'1
Martin, Northeast when we hold a public VP-49 6 3 VP-16 7.;;, .4
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Regional Manager for the was part of the meeting to discuss the NARJAX *',*,", ;\ 5 4 NDRC ,'. .- 't6't: ;; '3. a f
Commission's effort to future of AIROPS : '',5 4 CPW-11 .''Sy4 .j
hunting and :
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Game properly FICEUR .,-' SUPPLY 5l':6
manage wildlifeon fishing in Florida r3'h 61h ::/ : i
Fish Commission, an- a long term basis. It is 28, and only VP-56 '.. : 2fc 41h MARINE BKS ,E'' 3Vi Y51 ,
nounced last week the necessary to consider people show up, we VW-4 2 5 679th '2k,$ ,8. :
that become aware that we are MARTD 2,. 8 :
regulation restricting ,
more people are ,,,
hunting
not q ; ;
getting input from the f
vehicles to graded roads on less public land each public." Intramural l. : '!.)h. ';
be enforced .
will not duringthe year, and the Commission Martin <
urged all interested "
1973-74 hunting season. feels this type regulationwill citizens to attend* Handball i: ,i
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Martin said, however, the improve the
quality of these
rule will be enforced in the meetings and .
hunting in the area. Martin discuss the
vehicle Standings
still hunt portion of the said. "We think most regulation and r, ;MIDDIES "
other "
Camp Blanding Wildlife hunters would rather hunt aspect of Game and any Fresh .-t W' L" VB. :, t.

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result of numerous publicized prior to hunting FICEUR 1 : Gator Bowl
complaints regarding season. He added, COMMUNICATIONS 1

unnecessary vehicle ,however, this and all other VW-4 VP-56 0 0 4 3
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stands in the '''still hunt publicly discussed at the
portion of the Osceola and Commission's annual 5 g S
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Blanding areas. Martin regulation meeting held in c.a liec.erla... '.n.'n."v.' "
Cedar Hills Shopping Center]
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Splitmakers won CONTINENTAL LEAGUE W ( ""I'x ;
games from the Wallbangers last The GEMS stayed on top of the Six' Pack did. however, move NARJAX 34 18 GEMS \"':'37 15 .;
week, yet they lost their first Continental Bowling League into sole possession of second as a SIX PACK 30 22 GAFFERS 34 '18 ../;
place position in the Pacific standings last week with result of their one win and AF- AFEESDIrTYtt 29. 19 LEPRECHAUNS .31 21
a sweep
Bowling League to the Budmen ,of the Pin Busters in which Bob FES' week off. The two teams DOZENBUSCHBUDS 29 23 PIN BUSTERS 30 22 .;,
out of Wallace's were tied for second the week 274 24% HUSTLERS 29 19
when they won seven eight 207 game was of no ,
games in two matches. avail for the Pin Busters. before. MOFOS 261h 2S/ WOMEN'S LIB 19 29 ..
Bill Argo gave the pins a real The Pin Busters fell from a tie The Dirty V4 Dozen, in the FASO 24 28 THUNDERBOLTS 18 24 ;,
for meantime,tied AFEES in wins LOAFERS 20 32 CHMECHS 17 35
going over in the Budmen'smatch third into fourth when the
with the WallBangers as Leprechauns took four from the for a share of the third place spot. BEANBURNERS 19J,2 32,2* ROOKIES 16 36 ,

he rolled a 247 game and a 593 set Pop Tops and moved a game back The above Mo Fos the moved..500 their mark record when RESIDUE 161h 31V4 POP TOPS 16, ;36. '/
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to lead his team to a sweep. The ahead of the Pin Busters. : .
Bob Swain rolled a 207 and ,.
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showed the, to three wins '
Trippers as they moved one and led his Thunderbolt team to a over FASO. way .. ': ,. ;\. ,;, .z
game ahead of the Splitmakers. split with the Gaffers while Bill The Bean Burners and the NATIONAL LEAGUE. 'IERICANLEAGUE ? \.
The fourth place Mad Fox No. 2 Shirley also rolled a 222 and a 594 Loafers were also a part of the L W L '1

team moved to within a game and, set but his Rookie team could Atlantic League action last weekas REBELS 42M1 14 LATE CHARGERS 30 10
a half of the idle third place Holy only manage one win against the the Bean Burners took three. ,SOLEX5 38' 10 WOODPECKERS 30 18. i
Rollers when Jeff Brandt rolled CHAMECHS in other Continental RAT PACK 30214 GOODANDBAD 26 14 :
games of 209 and 201 and John League action. AMERICAN LEAGUE FICEUR5 29 23 ROSE'S RAIDERS 26 22 ',
Pyla rolled a 210 to lead the Foxesto TheWoodpeckers were idle last LIFERS 26 26 LEFTOVERS 24 12 ."'"
a sweep of the NADS. ATLANTIC LEAGUE week, giving several American CHIEFS 21 31 CROSSED BANANAS 22 22 ..
The Jitterbugs lost three Mike Holmes rolled a 565 set Bowling League teams a chanceto MARINE BKSDRAGONS 21 31 BUSCH LEAGUERS 22 30 .. )
games to the Gutter Rats last but his NarJax team could only challenge or take over their No. 1 13 19 HURRICANES 18 22 .\
week but they also won four from manage one win against the MAD FOXES No.1 121h 35' SUPERSTARS 2 46
the Trippers and the total of five Busch Buds in the Atlantic spot.The Late Chargers failed to HANGOVERS, 11 33 .'
wins moved them from. seventh to Bowling League.Fortunately take full advantage of the -
for NarJax, situation, however, when they ,,of
fifth.NATIONAL LEAGUE AFEES was idle and the Six Pack could manage one win against the : i: "
The Rebels had a busy week in team could only manage one win, Hurricanes. The result was that '4"Ot\: : ,
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games to take over the No. 1 spot : :
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,and respectively Al Marsh., by The Richard Rebels Hunter one i uni t16;n I 73 .Chevrolet, Impala $3500. .H,

win In this match came by way ofa :::: Metallic Green 3-Seat Sta Wag..'R&H,'AT, PS, PB, 350:Eng, .
202 from Richard Beam. n SERVICE CENTER I Fac. Air Cend'f

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lead the Lifers to three wins over 103rd&Jammes Road Phone 771-9155 Brougham Med. Met Blue with White Padded roof, AM FM ,
the third place Rat Pack team Stereo T&T Whl.,Cruise-Contrar, Split-Seat over. $11,000 New -1
with his 205 game. Joseph Farley .
73 Corvette :Stingray $5800Convertible
rolled 200 in the Rat Pack's only "
9,100 miles, British Racing Green, Radial Tires, ,
win.The AM-FM Rally Whls., 350 Eng. Auto Trans Factory Air Cond ,
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the Mad Fox No. 1 team with the P.B., 350'V-8 Eng.;, Fac AC t. .. .'I'
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