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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1973
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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CNO's message from the SkipperHarvest j

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celebrations are as old as civilization itself. General This year, for the first time in nearly a decade, we celebrate j

Braddock and the pilgrims did not exactly start something new back in Thanksgiving our oldest and most traditional holiday without I

1621 when they held the first Thanksgiving Day in the New World. But Americans involved in armed conflict anywhere in the world. This, ;

why they did it and how they did it were fresh and original and these alone, is truly reason for rejoicing and Thanksgiving.
things we recall each year as we go about giving thanks ourselves.We Each of us has many things to be thankful for, even more so than did

remember the grim tale of hardships they endured at their outsetin our forefathers in 1621 when they. joined together for the first

America. We remember the iron will which prevailed among them Thanksgiving. On that occasion they thanked God for a bountiful

in applying their talents to establish the early settlement and conquerthe harvest and sustenance during their many hardships in establishing a

tough land. We remember the wisdom that led them to persevere.We new way of life for themselves in a new land. In many ways our

remember how God ruled their lives and how they paused to give modern-day military personnel are as they were always alert and :

thanks at the end of their first year of precarious existence. constantly striving to insure their fellowmen the opportunity to enjoy :

They learned the hard way that the best things in life are not God-given freedoms.Our i

necessarily free but that with the help of God they were and are at- freedoms and accomplishments since that first Thanksgivinghave

tainable if people organize properly and apply themselves to tasks at been almost boundless and, through the Grace of God, have made

hand. The will to be excellent preceded excellence. America and Americans the most prosperous, affluent, and envied of
Because of our own efforts and those of generations of ironwilled all the world's peoples. This great land's future depends upon the

Navy men and women we are able to give thanks for still another yearof constant dedication and sacrifices of our military men and women :

excellence in maintaining freedom of the seas. and God-given serving their country both at home and throughout the world. Let us be ;,
freedom to act and to dowill make still the fulfillment of
stronger our thankful for their continued vigilance and hopeful that they too may
mission and the fulfillment of ourselves.
soon join their loved ones in a day of Thanksgiving.To .
To you who are separated from your families because of assigned

duties and to you who are able to be with your families to com- all military personnel and civilian employees serving aboard

memorate the harvest of our yearly labours, I wish a happy and Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, and your families, it is my most

meaningful day. Especially thankful are all of us to find our returned heartfelt wish that you have a joyous Thanksgiving day, 1973.
POW's at their own tables this year.

E. R. ZUMWALT, JR.
Capt. W. G. Sizemore
Chief of Naval OperationsLetter.'to
Commanding Officer

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Sir thousands'more
: to would' conservation efforts Thermostat settings in purposes.-.
Another word of have had the same opportunity currently being undertaken buildings are to be kept 2. Thermostat controls:

"Thanks" to Jackson to enjoy it as we by the federal between 65-68 degrees, 78 degrees for air con-

ville's wonderful Navy fora did. government, and in many unnecessary lights are to ditioning when i it is
remarkable of civilian be turned off and all the
display We're proud to live in a areas society, authorized by
November 3rd and 4th at great city where so much the Navy has instituted a equipment is to be checked preceeding procedure.

NAS. free pleasure can be number of energy savings periodically for efficiencyof Heating will be used only

This was by far the best brought to those who may measures throughout the operation. when the exterior tem'
air show we have ever Fleet and the shore'
reach
peratures 58 degreesor
not be' able to attend Additionally, the use of
seen. The announcers did otherwise. establishment.In government buildings for lower, then thermostat

an excellent job of ex- the fleet, ships transit off-duty hour recreational, must 'not exceed 68
plaining each act. Again, many thanks fora degrees at time.
speeds are being limited to educational, and other any
fine
We're only sorry the performance. the most economical "non-mission essential" is
service
3. Hot water
news media did not do Mr. and Mrs. Ronald K. permitted by operational activities will be reviewedto secured to all ad-

more advertising prior to Call commitments. When determine whether they ministration At

the show, as we're certain Jacksonville, Florida&L:5wj is practical, night anchoring should be eliminated. NAS Jax hot buildings.water has
being scheduled insteadof
Also, commands are been secured in 45
night steaming, and
total underway time for being urged to establish buildings.
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A; : ships is being reduced. energy conservation
4. All NAS Jax controled
panels, comprising the
The JAX AIR NEWS if a Civilian. Enterprise Newspaper Cross country training. major elements of the government vehicles will
flights
distributed each Thursday the U.S.. Naval Air Station," andflightoperationswhich command, to help ensure not exceed 50 mph.
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a consume large full
private firm.All Copy submitted for use in ihe JAX AIR NEWS quantities of fuel are being participation in the 5. All unnecessary
must be forwarded to the -Public.Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS cancelled. feasible. Also, energy conservation effort will be secured.
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon.on. Monday before publication.News an overall five by' all hands. All of these lighting of 25
percent
Items are welcomed from all sources.,. Telephone 772-3118 energy conservation This includes a policy
reduction in fuel
in
or 3119. '. usage percent *. reduction
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made has been implemented measures have been, or lighting in administrationspaces
are in the
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to throughout the Navy, in process of being, and 50 percent
race, creed color, national' origin or sex of the purchaser, addition to the ordered throughout the
seven reduction in public spaces.
user or patron. A confirmed. violation or rejection of this Navy.
policy of equal opportunities, by an advertiser-will.result In the percent cut already ordered
refusal to print advertising' from that source, "- by the President for Going hand in hand with 6. Daily and evening

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries all government activities.In the Presidents utilities conservation
concerning such should,directed' to." an- patrols around the Station,
the Navy shore nouncement of con- of
including inspections
establishment servation of energy, NAS
govern-
t.y\1 THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Jax has initiated specific buildings. Any
i oM;r 4565 Shirley Ave;,Jacksonville.32210 ment vehicles are being following the reported steam leaks,
.MEMBER AFFILIATE Telephone 387.3566 ,restricted speeds of less program: electrical discrepancies,
I than 50 miles per hour, 1. All action
comfort air etc. receive priority
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and the use of car pools by except where
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Jax 86 held its traditional Thanksgiving Dinner Dance Saturday night at their I a wN .
clubhouse.This P
year's festivities were chaired by Mrs.Dwight LaMar assisted by Mrs.Robert Judd 3 Fi

The evening started with a social hour, chaired by Mrs. Harry McAllister,and a turkey and ham r rt
dinner followed the Thanksgiving blessing by Mrs.Richard Croley,club chaplain. t
Corsages were presented by the board to chairmen and co-chairman of standing committees in u 'd

appreciation for their work during the past year. After the dinner Mrs. Ronald Celmer, club Mp 'ii 1 :
president, gave"her gifts to the chairmen. A)1ct; ,
Several members'husbands were recognized for their assistance during the year. Those receiving ..

certificates were John Duval, Robert Judd, Eugene Kubisiak,.Harry McAllister, Harold Erb, Gary I
Reynolds, Howard Soha. Richard: Croley and Leslie Becker. '

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sponsored by NAS Jax, is helping
with the aluminum can collection STORAGE'MARINE MOISTS-HUIL. SERVICE-YACHT BROKER '
EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTBOARD. STERN DRIVE. 'NIOAit'D'SEE nMNKSGR7WG'
THE NEWEST BOATS MOTORS. CANOES .** TRAILERS u
program. ,
Collections from the air station .. .
PIER 17 MARINA INC. .
Clubs'collecting points are madeon ,

Saturday mornings. a lOOSEVtlT BIVO at OtUGA tIYERJecellerle.
The troop's share of the money ---- For A Legacy That
used for .. ,
earned will be troop Pr M Fr.nchisd Marina pan*M7 MOB OPEN SUNDAY
.. expenses and to cover the cost of BOATS MOTORS.-CANOE. Makes Us AmericansThere's
camping trips and,other ,official Thunderbird- Starcraft-Mfg *Troan| Grumman T-Craft
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scouting activities. -
The Troop has also installed a lot to be remembered t

their new Troop Leaders. They ,<. on this holiday. '.
include:Life Scout Jerry Watson .
Senior Patrol Leader; Life'Scout ON YOUR LOT. : A glance at American history ,,1

Robert Squires, Asst. Senior .. proves 'that it's so. ;i

Patrol Leader; Star,Scout, Tom NEW 2 to 4 BEDROOM HOMES
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Holland Scribe-Quartermaster; Hardships overcome by )1

Life Scout Robert Squires and ''4 } men, who sought freedom.. A i
Star Scout Tom Holland Instructors a. '
; Second Class Scout I new nation founded through! f.

Larry Schaunder, Rat Patrol vision and dedication., For'
Leader; First Class Scout Wayne 1 w '
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Kelly, Ant Patrol Leader;. and then ,and for now let us

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AMS3 Robert Williams, and AK2 Charles Hanna. All were recently _
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Sunliners, CDR K.A. Dickerson.
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ADCS Merritt, HAS Career Counselor reenlisted on 25,October 173
for FOUR more years.Performing the ceremony was Captain John E.
Marshall, CO of HAS Cecil Field.
GMTC William Anthony
4 Schuster was"Irocked"to E-7 on
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': ...".. achieving advancement in rate. Shown in the Photograph from left to

r right are: AE3 Michael A. Sibley, YN3 Dennis J. Baker, AZ3 William
'J. Allen, AQ2 Patrick N. Spence. and ADJ3 Daniel D. Va dersteen. j

} ADJC John ,Beley of Attack Spence was advanced to Second Class while the others were advanced ''

CDR Rusty Whitby, XO of Attack Squadron Eighty-One, was Squadron Eighty-One retired) on to Third. '.;
recently "frocked" to his present rank during a squadron ceremony 31 October following thirty-one

held at Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada, while the squadron was on a years of active duty. During the ,
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f weapons deployment. CDR. K.A. Dickerson, CO of the Sunliners, Is ceremony, Chief Beley was .V ,(
; shown presenting CDR Whitby with his new "scrambled eggs" bridge presented with the Navy Commendation 4

Medal for his outstanding Ii'
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; 1, sworn (in for an additional FOUR years by CDR C.E. Armstrong, CO of
x s i ,rb .. ; the squadron. Present for the ceremony was Croley's wife,Judy.

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One owner &
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{..,:. .. Info: Kay Lancaster, iA.389-)d8" Coupe, Key Lime Green with ,
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.'; JOWC Christmas Bazaar only a week away

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Jax-The variety of"goodies"to be sold at the Jacksonville Officers H .
i Wives Club's annual Charity Bazaar is fantastic. _
VP-24 wives have made crocheted purses, match boxes, gingham I, __
;,: flowers, sewing baskets and bulletin boards. VP-45 and HC-2 are '! A.
having a bak&sale.RESFORJAX. .
Wives have dozens of potted plants and hanging _
baskets, plus calendars and childrens stationery.The s
NAS wives have made lovely wood decoupage and stained glass
jewelry.The wives of NARF officers will offer hand-made aprons,and
the Retired wives will have a white elephant booth.
VW4 wives have a "boutique" with such items as bibs, booties, c:.: .
candles, pine cone wreaths and staffer airplanes.This '4
year there will also be more gs.des-and better prizesthan in '"'.t
the past. .-1
This year's JOWC Bazaar will be held Nov.29 from 10 a.m.to 4 p.m. \
at,the NAS Jax Officers Club.
Due to a special request from the Patrol Wing 11 Wives;Santa Claus
will take time out from his busy schedule to attend the Bazaar' and
have his picture taken with the kiddies between 1 and 4 p.m.
This year's Bazaar is sure to be a great success due to the out
standing work of JOWC Bazaar Chairman Nancy Robbins. ,
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treated bread, macrame belts,wooden ornaments and puppets at the:' JOWC Bazaar. Shown at a
recent VP.16 wives workshop are: (Standing L-R) Carol Fiser, Nancy Brunet, Marie Maloy and
Donna Madiera;(Seated L-R)Janice Jenkins,Teen Foshay and Ellen Rowe.
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i FOR CANDLE FANCIERS-FICEUR officers wives are shown a
making Spanish and antique candlesticks for the JOWC Christmas
Bazaar. Putting on the final touches are: (Standing) Carol Kane, Santa Claus is coming to NAS !
FICEUR Bazaar Chairman,and Anita Wallace (Seated l.-R): Helen
Guevarra, Debbie Leslie, Jean Smith, Sue Sourbeer and Anne Marie
Zolczer.

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FOR THE VETERAN '1971 Toyota Coupe.$1495

1972 240-Z........................$3795
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you a Doublewide or Expando Mobile Home. 1971 1972 Datsun Datsun Wagon.$1895 510.$2295


AND LOT ;; GORDON THOMPSON DATSUN

with low monthly payments 5525 PHILLIPS HWY PH 737-4500


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AND HEATING OF MODELS

MODERN ,KITCHENS WITH
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ALL-ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 2Pv

TENNIS COURT
COMPLETELY FURNISHED

WITH WALL-TO-WALL CARPETING CLUB HOUSE


VA AND CONVENTIONAL BEAUTIFULLY

FINANCING AVAILABLE S LANDSCAPED LOTS

Come put to Duclay Mobile Home Estates and see for yourself. o-

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PROVIDE THE NECESSARY FUNDS.
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FINANCE CORPLOANS
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V : ,Various. woods onyx,brass,Molokal& ivory f 'j1 .1.1tr
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RED.. GREENE'SGARAGE li SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH ID CARDS : ? Import 'd' Parts4417 :;;,:' "

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PRESENT YOUR MILITARY I.D. CARD WIG I SERVICE TOOT! ,

,: FOR SPECIAL SAVINGS 5124 5LAN DING, LVf>.itt W3T. d$fHoort ,,PH ntoO,1M HIGHWAY 17 GREEN COVE SrRING"WALLY"
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i i{ HC-2 helps Ameiicamen

E have successful liberty

Jax-When the USS America dale International Airport to the
pulled into Ft.Lauderdale Nov.8, ship. -d1.9-
If! it looked like it was going to be a From Nov.8-12Det 66 Hew 63,2
>' normal inport period for the ship flight hours,made 369 landingsand _
; :: and HC-2's Det 66. transferred' 7,250 pounds of
;! t; Two days later, however, cargo and 2,028 passengers
\1 i:I heavy seas made it impossible The busiest, day was Sunday, u i
" "I''j for the liberty launches to be used Nov 11, when 33.7 flight: hours
i H j and the "Fleet Angels" of Det 66 were flown, 226 landings were .
:-1 r! began a massive airlift of ship's mfle and 3,500 pounds of cargo -fl 4g;;
| company back to the aircraft aru 1,393 passengers were
; i carrier. transferred. : v --fi
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i,i Assisted In their efforts by.Cdr. Welcome help was received _
.:! : Mike Marriott, HC-2 CO, and Monday, Nov. 12, when two / ( Y.
,' LCdr. Tom Smith, HC2j Sikorsky H-53Ds arrived at the -
;j j''': Operations Officer, flight crews scene,one from HM-12 in Norfolk
spent up to eight hours apiece and one from NOCL in Panama
throughout the weekend shuttling City. The H-53Ds transferred
Ameiicamen from Ft. Lauder- approximately 900 personnel.
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70 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE\ Roadst.r'Must See. Nels P.Jensen,Commissary Store Complex OinC,as he retires after 28 years of service. LCdr. Smith ,
.Burgundy with black Interior .. was the Commissary's Assistant Officer in Charge. i
71 GRAND PRIX Real clean Automobile loaded with if
all factory accessories. . f
71 'CAM RO. V-8 Standard trans. 27,000 'Original'
miles ." .- You don't need a light onto ;
70 DODGE, POLARO 4. Dr. V-8., Auto. Air..Special
price $1095 ,
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74 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX Solid White with all
Pontiac accessories. 3,000 original miles read this newspaper
'73 MARK IV Bike Continental Loaded with all the
i accessories. Beautiful Metalic green in color


7805 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 786-7543 ,.:::!!!

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House of Quality Foods Phone 7n 9323


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here themselves-but there small that
.i; :: enjoyed was one group enjoyed
; themselves a little more than the rest. '
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iC tty 1 "' 1 This group was 10 boys from the Madelene Downing Knight Youth
:' ., ': Center in Jacksonville.The .
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\ !'p<1i<>' boys, ranging 16 years age,are custody
J.''''' ,. u., "> "'/ : the state for various reasons and, as one might imagine, fun doesn't
often for them.
"! }'.'t' come easy or
I"( ft'<; :" : r" 1 MATSG gave the youngsters their first tour of the air station and the
boys enjoyed every minute of it. \
,3 SI Staff Sergeant Joe Valencia and Captains Kevin Kelley and Jim
Goebel of MATSG arranged the tour and acted as escorts for.the i i -
group. ;i'
According to SSgt. Valencic, the tour was a complete success. "It '
A( was really fantastic.They were sort of skeptical at first,but once they I ,
t" saw their first plane their whole attitude changed.
r "People sometimes forget' about kids like these," SSgt. Valencic j,
continued, "We ignore organizations like Volunteers and Big
Brothers. I guess we just don't have the tune'or we don't think it's I
Vp worth our effort.But once you see the smile on these kids' faces,you'll ;
realize it's worth it." II I i
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BREAK IN THE ACTION-With no aircraft' flying for the moment,the tour is temporarily halted
BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS
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Jax-A government surplus Monday and will continue until -
property auction Is scheduled for the sale is completed. Hours of SOUTH IDETOYOTA ..I
Nov. 26 at the Mayport Property inspection are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. .
Disposal Yard, Bldg. 412. daily.
Registration will start at 8 a.m. '
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a.m. Service employees anti all .
Items to be sold include pickup military personnel (except; >use : ,
trucks, engines, anchors, chain under 18 years old or, employedby Hj
hoist, steam kettles, station the Defense Property Disposal
wagons,carryalls, tractors,bunk Service) are eligible to purchase 1 ftA j
bed frames,office equipment,air Government surplus property.For t
conditioning ,equipment, and' additional information on QV p
much more. the sale, call Joseph Stewart at "
The, inspection period began 246-5318.
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8 AM to 6 PM. Monday thru Saturday. Maximum FANT4STIC SAVINGS RIGHT NOW!
interest paid on savings postage-paid bankbymail.The .

Bankers with People Hours .

Edgewood!Bank S 74'sAREHERE '

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I Bitter berry became prized pilgrim product I


half the however Henry Hall a veteran of eyes of women inspectors who
Cranberries are as American as cordial, combined with orangesin sachusetts produces
apple pie these days, but at first a relish, blended with fruits to United States cranberry crop, followed the Revolution, transplantedsome scan the endless red stream moving
the Pilgrims didn't know what to make jellies, baked in bread and by Wisconsin, New Jersey, vines to a swampy site near' past them. They suffer two
make of them.In muffins< made into catsup, Washington, and Oregon. Dennis, Massachusetts. occupational hazards; Some
fact, there is no evidence' strained for baby food, and even The Department of Agriculture Hall observed that the best ber- women get motion sickness staring .
,that the colonists even served the coated with chocolate. estimates that the 1972 cranberry ries came from places where sand at the berries and some become
around the vines,so he slightly hypnotized.
tart red fruit with their wild'turkey yield will fill 2,025,000 barrels. had blown
and bear meat at the first Official State Drink Cranberries always have been spread sand over his fields. He
Thanksgiving, the National The ultimate accolade came versatile. American Indians was rewarded with a bumper Jax's Greatest

Geographic says. two years ago when ,Mas pounded the fruit with meat into a crop. in Mas- ,
Modern Americans make,dozens sachusetts legislators namedcr paste called pemmican.They also Soon other growers
of things to eat and drink berry uice the state's official bound wounds with cranberry sachusetts were planting cranberries VauesfV
from cranberries. They are boiled drink. poultices and made a red dye from ; culture started in New.
little later. Many plantings
for sauce squeezed for juice, Undoubtedly, the decision was the juice. Jersey a learnedthe S xI
mixed with cider,distilled into a influenced by the fact that Mas- The Indian name for cranberries failed before growers
was i i-biml, "bitter berry." conditions essential for suc-
The Pilgrims called them cess: bog areas with peat soil} ,

crane berries, perhaps because well-drained fields that could be f H YDA
they were a favorite food of flooded to protect vines from cold;
Y
I Let G AC cranes. When they landed, at insect pest control; and finally
A : Plymouth Rock, they found the enough sand to slow evaporation SUNDAYTil
provide a good medium for root PSURPLUS
'!,'. berries growing thickly over growth, and check weeds. ;

nearby After swampy the colonists areas.learned to Processors also learned how to

eat the fruit,they prized it enoughto separate the good from the bad GOODS
I put a jingle send King Charles II ten berries. Each one must pass the
bushels,as a gift calling them the bounce test. A cranberry shouldbe OiiCCuNl STbREFOR
"choicest product of the colony." firm enough to bounce over a
9 four-inch wooden barrier as it
Wild Vines Tamed moves along a conveyor belt.
For nearly 200 years, people Highly polished mahogany is the THE ULTIMATE
I .t: In our were content to harvest cranberries standard testing wood. SATISFACTION. OF A
:. from wild vines. In 1816, The berries also pass the sharp
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Jax-The following is a reportof Going through Stop Sign 8.

-:; .. motor vehicle accidents and DWI 2 .
.._ .. .; traffic violations for month to Other Violations 50
./ date: Disposition of the cases includethe
?r--'_ / NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis following: SEE MOON MULLINS
month 25 (LCdr. USN, Rfst) AT
< Three lost of driving and
This month
year ago 37
Total accidents this year 428 parking privileges aboard station Claude Nolan
Total accidents year ago 379 for var, time ; one assigned ,to '
Number of injuries this month 4 complete an eight-hour course in c

'Number of injuries this Defensive Driving; none f 37 MAIN ST PHONE JS3-3W1
monthyear ago 0 assigned to complete Motorcycle
Defensive Driving Course; three
NUMBER OF MOVING. admin. action; one dismissed;
VIOLATIONS one Article 15 UCMJ; twentyone -
This month 75 fined U.S. Magistrate;
Speeding 15 three Dept.Head Counsel; twelve
Reckless Driving 0 were military.
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Whatever your needs, whatever M I and Naval Air Station
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2). 1973 JAK'AIR I NEWS-AIRWINGER I i

I Heading for vocational school ?-- -' I .

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The'Federal Trade Commissionhas man said that as Americap con Veterans Administration benefits
i
launched a nationwide campaign sumers are becoming Increasingly forcorrspondence course training
to educate prospective students attracted to the promising failed to complete their courses.. I J ; \ ,,.t, t!
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about deceptive advertisingand value of vocational, education, The consumer education campaign 1" it > I
other unfair practices of there is an increasing need for Mr. Ressing explained, is {i. I ; )
some private vocational schools. prospective students to carefully aimed at getting prospective .

Since members of the Armed evaluate a specific vocational cational correspondence school 'j
Forces with more than 180 daysof course or school before makingany students, whether veterans, J1'diee'
financial commitments. The members of the Armed Forces,or
active service are eligible for t
essential criteria, according to civilians, to ask four basic questions -
Veterans Administration (VA)
Mr. Engman, should be the valueof of prospective employers before
"GI Bill" education benefits, in. ,
the
school's training for help signing up with any private
cluding 90 per cent of correspondence -
ing students get good jobs. vocational school for either correspondence -
charges, the Defense
course -
Abuses
practiced by some private or residence courses.
Department is cooperatingwith vocational schools have
The questions are:
FTC by distributing within
made this issue of
an national
the Military Services ,the con Would you hire graduates of
concern according to FTC' Consumer
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this school?
sumer information materials on
Education Director A, '
vocational schools developed by Herbert Ressing. How many have you hired in s Y +
that agency. the past year? 4
"We know that vocational .
In addition, members of the school education can be valuableand Were they hired because of '
Armed Forces thinking about can help people get better school training? W r .
signing up for correspondence or skills and better jobs," he said. Did training make any difference -
resident vocational school "Unfortunately, some private in starting salary? \
are advised to first discuss -
courses schools are usin {false and decep- He added that vocational
their plans and the school tive practices to lure students into schools offer the promise of providing
,
$:
with their installation'seducation '
proposals
schools,where theeducation they training for better jobs,but 9 'Y0
advisor before makingany receive is of little or no value for that some schools offer trainingthat
commitment getting a good job. The students employers themselves preferto < ., 1
FTC Chairman Lewis A. Eng- may end up spending hundreds of provide, train students for jobs '* t
dollars on a completely worthless that are not available, provide BOa CONTRACTOR CITED-Mr. E.C. Golsmer:of the Gelsmer and I
education.'* training that is useless in terms of Mitchel contracting firm listens as Capt. T.K. Jones, JacksonvilleArea
Hospital Mr. Ressing pointed out that in qualifying for a job, and promise ROICC/ reads Certificate of Appreciation citing the firm's '
a five-year period ((1966-71), 75 placement services they don't outstanding performance as prime contractor on the new NAS Jax ;/
per cent of all students receiving give.Moccasin. Bachelor Officers' Quarters. The certificate was presented on behalfof .j
holidayhours the Southern Division of the Naval Facilities Engineering Com !T;
mand. ;
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Practice Walk-In Clinic of The Shop: $5,000.00SS
the Naval will be j
Hospital TERMS TO SUIT YOU AT BANK RATES
closed Thanksgiving Day. tiS
Normal hours ((8 a.m. to 4 ; : ; ALL LEATHER GOODS >>
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.- Rhoades with 10 points.FOOTBALL NAMTD No. 1 16-20
SPORTS--x VC-2 16-20
CECIL
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VA-174 won the Cecil Galley, : 15-21
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y ,::. By Joe P. Parker championship game over VA-45 BOQ 13/-22/
by a score of 220. Harry Ennis

"" '., went the distance at quarterbackfor High team series Security 2,735
BASKETBALLVS32 and Robinson had 11 and 10 for points for VS-30. ,/, the Hellrazors with Don High team game VA-174 No. 2 .
44 VA-37 while Bowen and Smith Jackson looking on from the 974 ,
VA-24 40 had 11 and 10 for NAMTD. Marines 43 : sidelines. VA-45 receivers High individual game Larry
VS-32 grabbed a 4 point lead in VS3168 Air Ops 38 dropped several passes in key Frazier 224
the first quarter of play on the Medical 17 Griag dumped in 14 points as situations enabling VA-174 to shut High individual series Lt. John i
strength of Bruce's 12 points and Last week VS-31 had 11 men in the Marines led all the way for out the Blackbirds. Kellogg 593.
maintained that lead for the win. the scoring column and this week their second victory. High man VOLLEYBALL \'
Bruce had a total of 14 points at managed to get 12 on the board as for Ops was Bailey with points. NAMTD defeated VA-45 by 15-
the end of the night while Triggsof they went on to crush Medical by Supply 48 10, 11-15, and 15-12 in a close VA-105 winsBattleaxeAward
VS-24 also finished with 14 6817. Iser of Medical led all BOQ 45 contest. This was the first defeat
points. scorers with 11 points. In a closely fought battle VA-45 had suffered in over a
VA3740 VA-174 60 Supply tacked a three-point loss year. Some timely hitting by
NAMTD-35 VS-30 58VA174 on the Q. Wilson, Songy, and Willie Plummer and outstandingserves
The Bulls of VA-37 took ad- carried a 13 point lead Murray had 16, 12, and 10 pointsfor by Earl Leach carried The GUNSLINGERS of
vantage of some cold shooting by going into the final quarter and Supply.Conteras and Sarsoza NAMTD to victory.Buck Wurster ATKRON 105 have just returned
NAMTD for a 12-2 first quarter hung on for dear life as VS-30 tallied 20 and 17 for BOQ. played his normal excellent from an airwing weapons
lead. NAMTD was never able to unleashed a strong offense only to FASO 61 game for the Blackbirds.In deployment to NAS Fallon,
overcome that lead as Mott of fall one bucket short. Hertzler VS3147 other volleyball action VA-37 Nevada. Included in the
VA-37 controlled the boards with and Johnson had 15 for the FASO continues to roll. downed VS-32 by 15-10, 7-15, and deployment were competitive
his tremendous leaping. Smith Hellrazors while Whitaker had 20 Following their pattern of 1510. NAMTD, took VS-3115-1,15- exercises in various weapons
previous games FASO jumped to 11. VS-31 defeated Medical 15-12, deliveries, electronic warfare ,
a huge lead and led by 20-7 in the 15-9. Dental handled VS.24 by 15- training, search and rescue
first quarter. VS-31 had 8 playersin 12, 15.9. VS-24 later defeated VA- training, and airwing ALPHA
the scoring column with 105. strikes.
Harrison high scorer with 11 BOWLING One highlight of the
points. Leading FASO's potent NATIONAL LEAGUE STAN- deployment for the GUNSLINGERS
PERPETUAL attack was Fike with 18, Stecklair DINGS: was the annual Air
MONEY PLAN with 15, and Janizec's 14. AIMD AVIONICS 13-6 Wing THREE bombing derby.
VS-30-67 Dental 12-8- For the second time in three
VS-22-44 Admin No. 1U4-8& years ATKRON 105 walked away
Brown of VS-30 literally shot CLAW 11-9 with the Battleaxe trophy for
VS-22 out of the gym with an BOQ 11-9 bombing proficiency. The
incredible 35 points.VS-30 openedfire Admin No.2 11-9 squadron was represented by
Retirementincome early this game and steadily Weapons '> 11-9 CDR P.N. PUERUNG, Commanding
pulled away. Whitaker in double AIMD Staff \" 9-11. Officer, and LT T.R.
figures again added 18 more to AIMD Boozers 9liCPO's NOLAN, Weapons Training
VS-30's attack. Katzenmeyer had 8-12 Officer. They turned. in a
and a 17 for VS-22. GEMD No.1 7.13 superlative performance.

VS-32-52 GEMD No.2 6-14 Scoring was based on the first
VA-81--46 High Sets National League; bomb and rocket delivered and
Moore tallied 18 points to lead Delacruz.558,Smith 557, Fisher on the average for all four bombs
family legacy. VS-32 over VA-81 in a close 555, Barroque 554, Copeland and rockets. The twosome from
contest. Fulton led the Sunliners 549, Brown 539, Falls 531, 105 not only won, but won
with 13. Macleod 525, Miller 523, decisively: their score was three
without touching penny of your savings! NAMTD52VS24 Howard 519, Sedlevicius 510, times better than the outfit !in
42 Austin 508, Flores 506, Howard second place
Sound far-fetched? Not with our Perpetual Money Plan! Van Blunt scored all 18 pointsin -500. A good deal of credit for this
As a member you can have from $4 to $208 a monthJndefinitely..without. the last half to lead NAMTD'swin High Sets American League; achievement goes to the GUNSLINGER -
,reducing your savings! Or, even over VS-24. Andrews had 12 Howard-628,Salm -576, Eckhoff ordnance and
higher monthly income is available each month from points for the losers. ,542,Dudley 519,Mulcahey 505, maintenance crews. The aircraft
five to thirty years! VA-174 57 Dewsnap 502, Reynolds, 500, functioned perfectly with,neither
AMD55 Pierro 500.ATLANTIC having any hung ordnance
If you have accumulated from$1,000 to $50,000 savings, ,VA-174 won its third ball gameof WINTER LEAGUE
let your free Perpetual Money Wheel show you what our the season by 2 points over STANDINGS:
Perpetual Money Plan can do for your future! AMD. Hertzler had 21 points for VA-45No.l 27-9
VA-174 while Johnson had 17 for VA-174 No.2 279Security

And, for folks who haven't accumulated these savings, AMD. 22-14
... there are 200 exciting ideas right on the same Perpetual OPS 29 VS-30 21.15 Ihke
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Money Wheel for building income in the years ahead. VA-105 23 VA-174 No. 1 21-15
Pick up your free Perpetual Money Wheel today. Ops defeated the Gunslingersin NAMTD No.2 20V4-15V4 stock
a low scoring contest. Duncanled Supply 20-16
the winners with 12 points. VA-45No.2 17-19 h1Aca.
High point man for VA-105 was
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Savings Insured up to $20,000 by F.S.L.I.C.
THE AAMCO WRITTEN CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEEThis
I: 10CONVENIENTOFFICESTOSERVEYOUDOWNTOWN transmission has been rebuilt by the licensed AAMCO TO NURSING !
PURKEEVILLE BRANCH Dealer issuing this certificate utilizing the AAMCO "CAR
Adams and Julia 1815 N.Myrtle Ave. OW,: RSHIP" Assembly Set. This certificate guarantees the Your free time can be turned Into
PH.3548443SOUTHWEST PH.356-4175 transmission and torque converter (If your car has a torque cash by part,lime,assignments in
converter) against failure of material and workmanship. It will hospitals nursing homes and
private homes Work when you
BRANCH FIVE POINTS BRANCH be honored by any licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer for as want tor as long as you want.No
Cedar Hills Shopping Center 803 Lomax Street long as you own this car, provided that It Is delivered to any fee to register
t.- PH.7710422NORTHSIDE PH.358.1204 licensed AAMCO Transmission. Dealer in the United States
t.,, annually for service with in 30 days of the Service Date indcatedbelow. We are looking for...

I j' BRANCH REGENCY SQUARE BRANCH The.charge for annual service Is $13.75 payable at the Registered Nurses .- Licensed
f 4f Gateway Shopping Center 101 Monument Road time of service, and it covers the replacement of transmissionfluid Practical Nurses Aides
; PH.7655338NORMANDY PH.7251270UNIVERSITY and all preventive adlustments.
PLEASE CALL TODAY 356.5833fm.
FREE TOWING at no extra charge ONE DA r SERVICE available in
BRANCH BLVD. BRANCH most cases FREE 19 point Mum Check FINANCING available if MDlCAL
5911 Normandy Blvd. 5631 University Blvd.W. necessary with approved credit.. PEISIIIIIII.
4.. 1 PH.781.1383 PH.731-0833 POL
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a a D CALL: 387-3566 Movie ScheduleWednesday ..


Ads Should be mailed to arrive not later than .'
arriving too.ate! for this deadline will be published Tuesday for publication' the following Thursday. Ads '1'i'
otherwise. A check or the fOllowing week publisher Is Instructed .
money order bTSlvtt
for
the cost of the ad must WITH the .
copy. "W ,..
RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines) ..$2.00
Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...50c ,
Nov.21
Mall)to: HOLT PUBLISHING I CO. HOSPITAL: A LUCKY '.
,4565 SHIRLEY I AVE.,JACKSONVILLE I 32210.IIJ NAS: "MAURIE" Drama, MAN"

PROF. Starring Bernie Casey and Bo Sunday Nov.25 'j

PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Svenson. "PG" (ill min.) NAS: ,"SCREAM BLACULA
.. Commercial,Wedding Portraits. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern HOSPITAL : "JENNY" ,
TEMPORARYJOBS 388.8408 trailer_and apts. 389.3007. SCREAM" Horror, Starring ;
Drama, Starring Mario Thomas William
Marshall and Pam
FOR NAVY WIVESAll FIREWOODCall
WE BUY AND SELL and Alan Alda. "PG" ((95 min.)
office./ skills needed. Long and 264.6906 GOOD USED Grier. "PG" ((96 min.) .I
MOBILE HOMES
short assignments. No Fee. We Pay Aft.6 P.M. Phone 388.4619 Thursday,Nov.%Z HOSPITAL: "MAKING IT"
You. NAS: "CREATURES THE
XTRA'HELPERS,39511' Lg WASHER DRYER COLONY MOBILE HOMES WORLD FORGOT" Science Monday,Nov.26 "i
capacity,
72..269. Aft. 5P.M.very gOOd cond., Call l Sales Rentals,9359103rd St.Call 771 Fiction, Starring Juliet Ege and NAS: "THE BIRD WITH THE :
WORK AT NAS 0275 Photostating and notary service.
JANITORIAL JAX CRYSTAL PLUMMAGE"Suspense
C Kiy 't ; : Tony Bonner. "PG" (95 min.) .
Hours 5.9:30P.M., Call 33.5-2741 and ISTATIY i9
.. Drama
." Starring Tony
HOSPITAL MAURIE"
ask for openings at NAS. LET YOUR RENT ; :)
ROYAL SERVICES,INC. HOUSE FOR SALE BEYOURDOWNPAYMENTDEPOSIT Friday, Nov.23 Musante and Suzy Kendall.'"PG"

MANDARIN AREA REQUIRED NAS: "A LUCKY MAN" ((97 min.) J

JOIN THE WONDERFUL WORLD Lg. 3BR. 2Ba., 100'X125', fenced In SUMIT MOBILE HOMES Satire, Starring Malcolm Mc- HOSPITAL : "SCREAM
OF KELLY GIRL yd., w w carpeting. 'Info. 771-7384. 5210 Phillips, Highway,733.9.22 BLACULA, SCREAM" j
Dowell and
Ralph Richardson.
Like variety? You Name It, We haveIt. BRING THIS AD FOR 1000FF. "4
Temporary Part-Time or aH the WE BUY & SELL EQUITIES "R" ((167 min.) Tuesday Nov.27NAS

time, convenient areas Best firms, Call us-for quick service ; 1973 NEW MOON65X12' HOSPITAL: "CREATURESTHE : "JEREMY" Drama,
Morrison I.Tvlorlnc. 3BR, expando LR, extras
Highest Pay. Call or stop Into our WORLD FORGOT"
Starring
4543 Wesconnett Blvd. .includes Kenmore Heavy duty washer Robby Benson and
Friendly 531 office Fla Nat'l.today.Bank Bldg. .771--3051 737-3844 & dryer. 10'X10' utility shed on con. Saturday,Nov.24 Glynnis O'Conner. "PG" (91 .\

KELLY.GIRLS TRAILER crete pad. Complete skirting. AC NAS: "MAKING IT" Comedy min.)
LOTS WITH ACREAGE located on corner lot 'In new park w-
Two, to Drama, Starring Kristoffer HOSPITAL: "THE BIRD
up twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile Pool,excellent management. Call 264-
PARTOR FULLTIME radius Cecil Field & I 1.295'$2ooo.00.to 7238 aft. 5P.M. Tabori and Joyce Van Patten. WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUM-

MECHANICSAfternoons $3,00000 per acre. Prices are far "R" (95 min.) MAGE" '

Saturdays or Full-Tlme below near' -future values. Call Tony
Jax top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply In fteorge, 389-5514, Eve 7711976. m a '
.cvIT JlI111-IIIII! :
person to Mr Foster, NIMNICHT XMAS SPECIAL' ">" : .

CHEVROLET CO.. 1550 Cassat. Susie St. Near Ken Rd., 100-X12S', BETTER CARS FOR r = >.=;w ::-<:::
LESS
MONEY I
Avenue. Paved Street, $4400. Terms. .
Used VW's Compacts, other foreign .

GREATJOBEarn Realtors WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA Specialist makes.Blvd. 7814978.Astro Motors 6566 Normandy' .. .... I Cocktail

$50-$75 per wk., working part. .
time calling on single girls. Earn BRICK BEAUTY IN STARKE I
more with incentive plan. Must be 3BR.,2Bath, LR, DR, kit.,foyer, Dbl.- NO CASH NEEDED Hour
sharp! Phone 7213600. garage,chain link fence, 1.8 acres golf NOCREDITNEEDEDE1 + 1
course within 300 yds. Very nice. For and up, 18 yrs.or older
Info. Pis. Call George Roberts Real We can sell you a car and get complete 5:00: to 7:00: pm
DIARYQUEEN Estate 964-7826 or financing arranged. 353.4575.
103rd & Blanding has openings for two ASSOC. 9646593. Wayne Douglas, *::::::;::::;;:::;:::::.$ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::;::::

ladles under 40 yrs. of age, with

transportation for evening shift. 4:30- SUMMER CABINSIN 1173 GREEN SPRINT PONTIAC SPECIAL RATES c LQO per person I
11:30: P.M. Must be dependable with THE SMOKIES 2DR, Beige Interior with Fact. AC, FOR SERVICEMEN %5 occupancy :
no childcare problems. Should live Near Cherokee & Bryson City, N.C. radio, PS, $3300. Call 737.5268
within 10 Ml.radius of above address.We Paved Roads, Good Water:, Beautiful anytime. Entertainment Nitefy, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's S afo'd
want ladles who need to work And Scenery. For Permanent or Summer Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV. Direct Dial Phone, Olympic,
want to make $1.75 per hr. This Is 6 Homes. Jax. Beach, Phone 246 8383 or 1973 Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking.; .
nights per week, no weekends off. For BRYSON City, N.C. Phone 4882714. MAROON PONTIAC VENTURA
4DR., Black ::
Interior with Fact. AC, C
appt. Call 771.3103.MECHANICALLY.
WE BUY EQUITIES PS, radio, $3100. Call 737.5268 ..
IM /r Kry 1 ; :
anytime
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Broker Louise T. Bailey 771-3605 '&,LI;
INCLINED EXECUTIVE COMPANY CAR r.

Want man to train,.as foreign car CALLASHIPMATE For immediate sale, 1972 Dodge MOTOR HOTEL i

mechanic under protect transition Joe Ropiak (RET Navy) Custom Polara, fully equipt.. 36,000 901 Main Street Phone 355.3744 '"
program. Top pay & benefits, after miles, excel. Cond. thru out. 2350.
Licensed Real Estate Salesman WITHIN WALKING' DISTANCE TO ALL._POINTS OF INTEREST.
training with management ap- Representing 733 8855 or 744 4296.

portunity, 3891644. Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors

Home 781-7715 Office 771-9513
SALESMAN-WOMAN THEFIRSTUNITEDPENTECOSTAL -------
Part-Tlme, Excellent Income 3 BEDROOM,2 BATH CHURCH -
781-8654 Paneled Family Room, Carpets,
fenced concrete Block, 18,500 BTU AC, Extends to You a Cordial'
GEAMANSHEPHERDPUPS $23,000. Owner will carry Mortgage or Welcome to All Services
AKC reg, 6 weeks old, wormed, black VA.FHA. Vansandt, Realtor, 3893549. Sunday 1-295
and tan, sable $85, 781-4617. Sunday School 10:00: a.m. TAKE
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c Morning\\Aorship 11:00: a.m .
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Evangelistic 7:30 pm. i',, .
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Thursday DIRECT TO.
SMALL LICENSED NURSERY WILMAR APTS. Bible Study 7:30p.m. ...
Located behind Cedar Hills Shopping 2BR., Furn., water, sewage & garbage Friday
Center. Regular hours parking cars, small children, Youth Service 7:30p.m.
7721429. or split shift. small pets o.k. $125. mo., Washer :;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::m-==':.:::::::::::;::::: i

$8.00, 387.2541 or 387-0744. REV. W.L. COHRON PASTOR :::: D.
recorded message by 433 Druid AvenueOff :':. :::: NORMANDY .VI
SCOTT EDWARDS ORANGE PARK : 389 7840 Res: 398.5648 '
Tells you how to be a 2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dishwasher .\ J
DISC JOCKEY Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth '
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Call 355-2944 any hour. Approved for AptS.:771-1405 or 7713355.. 11 i&&

veterans. Columbia School of We Can Complete Your Pool .?
Broidcastlng. San Francisco. Not UNFURNISHED HOUSE WANTED In Just 7 Days

affiliated home study.with CBS, Inc. Course by My husband WORKING and I need COUPLE to find an From The Time It Is Started WESTSIDE :::: HAS s IUrel a = ,

Unfurn. House by or before January 5, Reliability ServiceMnanRrfe '. :::: CECIL g..
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1974. '2 or 3 Bedroom, fenced small :::: FI ELD \. It 1 QC::::
LIVE CRABS backyard If possible, garage or utility :.:. "f,, 11II .:.:

Wllford's Fish Camp shed. Washer & Dryer connection I. '<.<( ,....,:. "AS .>.>.: .
264.9707 would be desirable. We have all our .,. '. ..n.\\\ .
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appliances, but could store If appliances ,
TYLERS HEATING A AIR CONDo already in House. Just the
Central and wall furnaces, space two of us, no children. Prefer areas II'.: 2:;:: ORANGE PARK ::$
heaters, clean& repair.' Lake Shore, around Avondale, Murray Hill 4 ''f. \:'. .' .::M1'aKSS:::: ::::::::WX';: ;Y:=::::SSYY:: ::::::* :Y

4711 Palmer 3885161. Lakeshore, St. Johns Park, Ortega, &
Cedar Hills. Other areas will be /
Bases and Orange Park'are now only
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER considered. PLEASE HELP USII Call The
Responsible. party take up paymentsof Elaine from 9A.M. 5P.M. Mon.-Fri,. minutes away.' Take 1.295 expressway to the
$7.00 per month. Rayfietd's 387.3$64'or' Call 388-0163 or 384-4048 THE NAME,THAT STANDS Normandy exit, then right 1V miles and one

6437 Wilson Blvd., 772.8936 After 6 P.M. THANK YOU. FOR INTEGRITY traffic light brings you toVOLKSWAGEN... <.
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OFFICE OR SHOP Low in Cost Because Of UltraModern COUNTRY

. MUSTSEETOAPPRECIATE LOCATION FOR RENT Factory Methods .
This Georgeous Custom Made Gold High traffic, central Westslde, on San Many Shapes and Sizes To Choose_
Velvet Couch, Call 264-8044 Aft, 6 P.M.. Juan between Blanding and Cassat. From, It's; a nice trip and so are the_savings.

or anytime on weekends 1200 sq. ft.. Air Conditioned, (optional Distinctive Contour Design Gives

). very reasonable rent Phone That Custom Look

JEANS PROFESSIONALDANCE 3874566 Practically Maintenance Free WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN ,
ACADEMY r--- -;; -= F'Yi
Westconnett at 103rd &'Orange Park, All Pools Carry Famous Tallmon
Bellair Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe -- Guarantee INC.

Jazz, Hula, Tahitian, Baton, & MOBILE HOME LOTS & Commercial Type Built in ,
acrObatics Register Now, "1.2521, 40 Miles from Cecil. Direct access to Skimmer Furnished as Standard ,
n1.SM1. 7784655, Children & Adults. 6,000 Acres of Fresh Water Lakes. EquipmentMON..SAT..7SUN.1.7
Paved Streets, Underground Utilities. -
GiORGE'S KENNELS Lot Price/ includes All Utilities. From 1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTH ,

Dogs Cats Boarded $3,000. For 85 X 100'Lot.3 Miles Southof PHONE 26435083Miles TELEPHONE-SS11, t.
Plck-Up?,& delivery services since Waldo, Fla. Just off ,of U.S. 301- ',
1925. Grooming, training& shipping. Follow Hi-Way Signs. (SO.") 1-295 (Next To Asbury '.. ,: -' .....
Visitors welcome. BankAmerlcard & LAKE ALTO ESTATESBox .J '. .
Ma jter charge honored. Off 1.10 near 2',Waldo., Fla. United 7 Methodist In Orange Church Park.on Blanding. ........ -' ,

Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. Phone 904-448-191U .

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I '"''' '' TV 20" B&W CONSOLE with FREE RIDE to ATLANTAI! You

; : attached Bar, Radio & can save $21.00 plane fare.
THE Flee T MARKET ;: Phonograph $100 743-3092 Contact Debra Aired 772.3118'Legal '

-...-.- 2353 for more Info.
A FREE PERSONAL .SERVICE REEL-TYPE JACOBSEN -.--.
for Military and Civilian Employees C'f NAS JI)(and NAS Cecil Field .
LAWNMOWER with catcher For Sale SANSUI QRX 6500 four

B.otlse.v.es..i..e -"--"---_._____-__ te.1 J .JJ $90.00 264-7333. channel receiver and two AKAI

f \ '" FREE' WANT AD ORDER FORM U HOOKER HEADERS for 650 SW ''155, 50 watt, speakers Call

YAMAHA used 200 miles. $40.00 Mike McGlade At Ext 771.3211

(ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) Call 772.3230 or 778-2186 ext. 2947 during working hours

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I 30 Gallon AQUARIUM Completewith AM-FM RADIO CONVERTERfor

': ii stand, light, heater, filter your car. $20.00 or Best Offer
and air pump $80.00 Call 772.3230 771-3211 Ext 240

or 778-2186 --..-
For Sale FULL-SIZE METAL

1972 YAMAHA 650cc, 8,000 miles, BED FRAME and box springs,
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRI NT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED I INFORMATION BELOWI Excellent Cond, 2 Helmets and like new $25.00 289.7230

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. Cover $800 Call 786-4291 eveningsFor ....-.N.

I 72 PLY DUSTER 340 AM-FM

Sale 67 THUNDERBIRD Stereo Tape Chrome Wheels,

I Name '. I Extremely Clean In and out Factory Air, Immaculate $2400
Office or activity to which assigned
I $700.00 or Best Offer Call Eddie Captain Brunson,7713211.Ext. 313

Ext 3665 or 3216 or 771-1820 night.ELECTROPHONIC.

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I Rank-Rate or Grade' Work Phone No. Signaturemust I --
I For Sale KING SIZE WATER MODEL TG

1. Advertising will be accepted only from active provide all Information requested, It: Full BED with Factory Built 4177. AM-FM 8-Track and
military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed)of person submitting ad and I Fiberglass Frame, Sear* Gym Garrard 2025 Turntable. Four-
NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity I Bars Call after 3:30: PM 264-9649 Way Speaker System.; Never
to which he assigned and office telephone. This
I 2. Free advertising in the fFlee-T MARKET"will Been Used
$200.00 Home 771-7903
Information is for authentication ad '
only an4
v your I
be limited to: Offers to buy,sell or rent housingfor 1972 CHEV KINGSWOOD Station
should be worded independently of this Information.
personal use as a residence/offers to buy or sell I '
Auto PS PB Air 'Cond
Wagon 1968 CARRYALL CHEV New
personal property; offers of or requests for rides to
and from work; announcements of educational 5. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear in I Luggage Rack 23,000 miles Call Brakes, Rebuilt Engine,' ExtraTlres.CompleteTuneup
the 'following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads
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courses offered by non-profit organizations or I 731-2316
I
arriving after that date will be placed In the Excellent
governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted
If the following week's edition. Ads will be run only onetime I Condition.(Including) Body$900.00
only words "PCS" (for military), or
unless re-submitted as prescribed above. For Sale YAMAHA 650 4,200
I "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the I
Jacksonville area) are Included In the wording of the miles Like New $950.00 Call 786- 1968 CORVETTE "T" top
,. Phone. calls
No will oe accepted regarding I
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied 4429
I "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR Modified 396 engine recently
by the.word "Free". I .
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I NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide -- rebuilt. Four speed transmission
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. ,I For Sale Solid Oak BUNK BEDS $2000.00 Call after 5 PM 786-7204
I "Flee-T'MARKET'" ad form which will be printed '
I in each edition of our paper.Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each.. No I with mattresses $90.00 264-7333 or Ext. 536 ask for ,Roy

will be re f ected. more than two ((2) ads per week per person will be I
I accepted. I For Sale 69 PONTIAC 4DR Vinyl For Sale 1972 STARCRAfTCAMP
I 4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T Roof, ACPWPSPBAM&FM TRAILER Excellent
MARKET" Editor, C-o JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, .
/ Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I
Tinted Glass Excellent Cond.
I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which' do not meet the above Condition Phone 778-1346orSeeat
I OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher I $1100 Call Price 772.3178 7921 Triumph La., Oak Hill Park
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor, c-LATWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all I ads.. I .......-
I 111 NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These forms
For Sale 10 Electric
Speed YARD SALE: 7895 Hogan Set
_-_--ea.-few--eer--eea_ _______,_____.__.__ TROLLING .MOTOR $40.00. ,Call tlement Rd. Frl-Sun 10AM-6PM

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BOAT, 90 Hp Evenrude $950.00 500 289 Cu In Engine, White, PS, Perfect Working Condition See to ..-.- Household Items, Bowling Ball

Also 1972 HARLEY DAVIDSON Automatic, Original: Owner, Appreciate. Only $250.00. This CONSOLE SEWING MACHINE ... wwwww

350 Sprint $450.00 284-5238 after 5 Excellent Condition 650.00 Has would make a beautiful Xmas Japanese, Deluxe Full Slie,

PM New Tires, brakes. -,, etc. 771-5438 present 264-3339. Heavy-Duty Zig Zag Model with ';- .:, ..'... OI.oA.&
Built-in Stlches, Almost New$119
HOUSE For Sale 3BR 2 BA According to Veterans Ad-
Custom SEAT for 750 HONDA, 70 IMPALA Custom Coupe 2 dr 771-5977 ___
Immaculate,. Lrg. Living Room, ministration estimates, there are
New Fiberglass'Sportster Gas Fenced 'Yard, 1 mile from NAS hardtop, V-8, factory air, power 1969 SEABIRD 23' SUPER. about 74,900.American Indians

Tank, Cheap, Also 67 DODGE 388-0306 steering, automatic, vinyl roof, SPORT 210 hp Excellent Cond among the nation's veterans
VAN Best Offer 786-2536 N .43,000 miles, $2,150 Phone 264- $5600 w-Gator trailer 264-3357
For Sale Ladies bike, fertilizer population, who receive for vari-

For Sale Whirlpool spreader, golf shoes 7m, pro twin 3287 ous benefits some $15 million
1968 DODGE DART 6 cyl Four annually
spreads, Readers Digest
REFRIGERATOR FREEZER Will BABYSIT In Your Home. Door Automatic Trans One
19 cu.ft.2 yearsold,Like new, $200 Christmas Album, twin head.
Need Transportation. Call 384- Owner Must Sell, I have Orders
boards, other misc. Items 264-
Call 771.5365
2375 Mrs. Jackson Henry Hensel at 2589 or 264-7287
6696
We've Changed our Namebut
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Wanted: FROST FREE 1973 HONDA500. Excellent Cond. the SERVICE Is the Sameat.
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REFRIGERATOR FREEZER 2 Helmets, Sissy Bar, Hyway

Chlldrens Chairs and Table Pegs, & High Rise Bars Included

LO"IFSTPRICES (School Type) B&W or Color TV Asking $1,000 Phone 771-6378

Call 771-8075 [I IJff.



'I I Ia I $$$ CAH IN ON THE $$$ '

.4949 BLANDING BLVD.
COMPUTER BOOMStart PHONE 7714244


rakay now In spare time...Prepare for an exciting career In the

computer field I x r:
Approved for training veterans. O.I. Bill pays tuition.
Federally Insured Loans available for high school graduates.

PROGRAMMING OPERATIONS

Spec'ialFinancing BIO DEMAND. Computers are being manufactured at a

rapid rate and a need for trained computer operatorsand

programmers should greatly Increase In this decade TIMUQUANATERRACE

r HIGH SALARY even for beginners!
: .
; .f OPPORTUNITY EVERYWHERE Banks, Airlines,

Insurance, Retailing, Government, Manufacturing, Apartments
more.. SECURE FUTURE In a' growing field
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I PRESTIGE space-age.professlon..AND THERE'S Pool Patlos-Bllconles
Service "ROOM AT THE TOPI" WTW Carpet-Drapes
................................. .......................... Central Heat.Air
: Mill to, Modern. Kitchen Appliances '
'Peroii uielr : Douglas F. Smith, 1754 El Prado No.2, Jacksonville, Fla. 3221 Laundry Room .

.. FOR FREE INFORMATION ON EXCITING CAREER OP. 1 BR FURNISHED .
PORTUNITIES IN THE COMPUTER .FIELD plus..FREE COMPUTER -
; APTITUDE TEST. $115 up
No special math or science background needed I ;
S Approved for training veterans with O.I. Bill paying full tuition. ; 2 BR FURNISHED
Federally Insured student loans also available for adults who are high
school graduates.Mall card now for full facts-no obligation I $165 up2VmllesfromNASJax
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I Middies stung by Yellow Jackets, 26-22, I


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Middle touchdown in Navy's 26-22 loss to Georgia Tech Saturday night In the Gator Bowl.

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. Sweeps dominate Continental Bowling League actionJaxItwas I


all-or-nothing in the his Thunderbolt team from sixthto Hurricanes were involved i in saw wins when they took three from rolled In the National League last
.Continental Bowling League last fourth when his 205 led his them win four from the Crossed Residue and three from the Mo week and as a result FICEUR 5
,. week when all four matches team to its sweep of the Rookies. Bananas and two from Rose's Fos. The Mo Fos one win came stayed in third with three wins
resulted, in either four wins or AMERICAN LEAGUE Raiders. The total result of their with the help of a 205 from Bob over the Mad Fox No. 1 team and
four losses for the eight teams The Leftovers rolled three three matches was that the Swain. Six Pack's one match the sixth'place Marine Barracks
involved. matches in the American League Hurricanes brought their recordup resulted in three wins for them team moved closer to the fifth
The GEMS stayed at the top of last week and even though they to the .500 level. and one for Residue. place Lifers by taking three from
the heap and dropped the lost eight of the twelve games Ernest Clayton led the first The Dirty % Dozen stayed in the Lifers.
Hustlers from fourth to sixth witha they rolled, they only fell from place Late Chargers to a sweep of fourth with three wins over the PACIFIC LEAGUE
sweep that was led by the 212 fourth to fifth and remained nine the last place Super Stars with his fifth place Busch Buds and FASO The first' place Budnien took
game rolled by Leonard games out of first. 203 and 210 games and Rose's took three from the Loafers in the
five games in the two matches
Crowder. The Good and Bad team was Raiders took three from the two other matches rolled in the
that they rolled in the Pacific
second Gaffers to second Good and Bad teamin Atlantic last week.
The place were the only one completely place League Bowling League last week and
and three the Leftovers Ron other American LEAGUEThe
also victors stayed shutout as League NATIONAL
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managed to stay ahead of
games behind the league leaders Mackie rolled a 204 and Melvin matches., fourth place Rat Pack
second place Splitmakers, who
when the rolled 202. ATLANTIC LEAGUE team took from the
they swept Pop Tops, McElroy a three games won three by of forfeit.
but the third place position The Woodpeckers also used two There were only two position first place Rebels but they way
changed hands when the 200 games to defeat the Leftovers changes in the Atlantic Bowling neither knocked the Rebels out of The Budmen's five wins were
Leprechauns lost all four to the when Tommy Durham's 203 and League last week as AFEES first nor bettered their own fourth the result of a split with the
Pin Busters. The result was that Marvin McClain's 204 helped the moved from third to second and place position. Jitterbugs and three wins againstthe
the Pin Busters and Leprechaunsjust third place team maintain'their Six Pack moved from second to The Rat Pack got three big Mad Fox No. 2 team. The
swapped positions in the spot with three wins. third. games that led them to their wins match with the Mad Foxes saw
standings as the Pin Busters took The Hurricanes, who also AFEES took over the number over the Rebels as Gary Criswell Bill Argo lead the way with a 560
over third and the Leprechauns rolled three matches last week, two spot when they rolled two rolled a 230, Daniel Castanova a set while.Dennnis Dark rolled a
fell to fifth. lost three games to the Leftovers.The matches to Six Pack's one. The 217 and Joe Farley a 201. 214 and Lorenzio Outin rolled 210.
j{ Dennis Deremer helped move other two matches the result of AFEES matches was six Only two other matches were
The Mad Foxes also rolled
EASTERN IS WORKING HARDER FOR YOUR DOLLAR match against the WallBangers a

with the outcome being four wins
\ for the Foxes. Jeff Brandt blazed

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Only one other match took
place in the Pacific League last
week and it resulted inthreewinsfor
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Marine Barracks wins two .
I HS-Iland HS-OL5 start

in. first basketball efforts Intramural j< II

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basketball with
Jax-Fred Singer and W.J. Singer scored JJ---22 and Tennis two wins i iJuTwo

Bryant led their Marine in I the Barracks win Bryant 21 members.of'the new in the second half to l lead his team t
Barracks basketball team to two with Singer picking over Air Ops helicopter community at NAS past NATTC., He finished ,the t
victories in their first two tries points in the first up half.17 of his Standings Jax made their presence knownin game with 35 points then came f
last week when they helped dumpAir Pope in the- meantime Garry the opening week of the new back with 25 against AIMD. .
Ops 75-56 and HC-2 66-38. scoring 31 of Air was basketball season at NAS when
Ops 56 points.
In the win over HC-2 W L they picked up two impressivewins
Singer AIMD
VP-5 led again scored most o!his points in VP-16 ,8 0 apiece. edges .;
HS-11 wt toted no time
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Military 679th 87-86
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and NDRC : : Office (MPO) down to defeat by ,
the Barracks 4.,3 3
Jax-Brady Bearden's shootingeye team as a ", the embarassing score of 102-24
HOSPITAL .
whole scored 2. .
passed its first test of the in the first half.Hawks 51.of their 66 points VP-56 1 4 4 and followed through with a 77-57 Jax-AIMD had to come back
year last week when he scored 44 NARJAX win over Hospital. from a 39-32 679th lead at half-
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points and led his VP-5 team to a CPW-11 1 4 Livio Capilla and Arthur time to squeeze past the Air
76-59 win over HS-7. NATTC 6 Patterson contributed 27 and 22 Force 87-86 in their first win of
VP-5 only led by seven points at romp FICEUR 0 0 3 6 points respectively to the win the new season last week. _
the half but Bearden then pouredin DPDJaxThe over MPO while Mort McCarthy
29 of his points to make the past 'i'i'i ::: l ,;':;:"' fof handled most of the scoring David London led the second
final margin a little more com- chores against Hospital with 24. half comeback with 17 of his 25
fortable. Hawks team from John Whitehurst_ picked up 21 for points. Teammates Kevin
Tom Wandishin kept HS-7' in Hospital won big in their first Hospital. Gordon and Harry Jennings
effort of the new, season with D contributed 16 points apiece to
the game with his 25 points. a Levie Hamerter was the big t
the win.
107-29 win over the Data gun for HS-15 when they shot past .v t
Oliver leads team.Processing Department (DPD) NATTC 74-58 and AIMD 78-49. 679th claimed individual high
NATTC was only behind HS-15 33- scoring honors,even though they
Rester Bryan scored 24 and Gil 30 at the half of their game, but lost, when John Schurtz scored !\
NDRCwin Starr 17 for the Hawks. n m l 11m Hamerter connected for 21 nninta ')Q )

,Jax-Ike Oliver scored 18 points J
and led the NDRC team to a 94-37 ,
win over the Fleet Air Photo Lab
(FAPL) team in last weeks
season unveiling for both teams.

VW-4 wins VOLVO HAS REMODELED'OUR



first gameJaxThe SHOWROOM FOR'}". !

Hurricane Hunters of

VW-4 and MARTD met for each We're wall to wall with 1974 Volvos luxurious 164E sedans. All with improved t
teams first game of the season
and it was VW-4 who started the Volvo GLs, the brand new models comfort,strength and safety features. .

season with a win. with metallic paint,leather-faced seats, I

Alan Parker' and Gil Butler sunroofs, tachometers, heated driver's Come in.and see our new Volvos riow.(,: :

scored VW-4 to 16 a.points 63-44: victory.apiece to lead, 4,.,../' : seats,and special wheel trim. t Business as usual while remodeling is ,);'',< 1: JOe' .t

MARTD also had two men who And Volvo 142s, 144s,wagons and in progress., < f"I\ -

hit for 16 points with Paul Tuggeyand I .... 1 ':. .'' 1,

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Airman Ike BOGARD Is now a Taylor.

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U-PIC-EM looks like the 1973 U- "had a feeling they were going to .
PIC-EM season will have to go sock,it to Oakland."
down in history as the year of the
women as this week marks the The other three balloters who
NAME fourth time this year a woman only missed one game were
has won the contest. ADCS N.W. Farrell of VP-5, PHCS .
RANK OR TITLE Ruth Bolyard, an Investigatorwith J.L. Edge of FAPL and AZ2
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the Investigations Depart- C.R. VA-174. .II.I
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PHONE___DUTY STATION ment of NAS Jax's Security ,
Division, took this week's title This week and next week are
(Games for week of November) when her tie-breaker score was the last two weeks of the contest'so .
closer than those of three men anyone planning on taking the
ARIZONA ST-. ARIZONA _, who turned in ballots with only season championship away from ',
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MICHIGAN one miss on them, as she did. Tom McKeen of Public Works, :
OHIO
STATE Ms Bolyard's only miss was her had better tighten the chin strapson "

PENN ST,.____._ PITISBURGALABAMA .___ pick of Auburn over Georgia. the old skull cap.
This game as well as Oklahoma jj
__. LSU State's win over Colorado and All balloters are asked to take
Cleveland's win over Oakland note of the fact that several of the
MISSOURI KANSAS gave the other balloters the most games on this week's ballot will

trouble,but she picked Oklahoma be played on Thursday so all ,
SOUTHERN CAL UCLA State on a "wild hunch" and ballots must be in by 2 p.m. today
went with Cleveland because she (Wednesday). Ruth Bolyard
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ATTENTION BALLOTERS:ALL BALLOTS MUST BE IN BY 2

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TIE-BREAKER: Predict final score on the game between
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Fliers win
Jax two fountains and men's blood boil over. Turn away, and if you still feel feverish, see your doctor -
you're coming down with a cold. (Photo courtesy Columbia Pictures)


against Moody AF


Jax-The Jax Navy Fliers with 16, Levie Hamerter of HS-15
basketball team opened theirseasonal with 12 and Gil Austin of NDRC
' home'last weekend with with 10.Saturday's.-
two victories over the Moody Air .
75-66 win was a
Force Base team. reversal of Friday
complete 6% HOLIDAY SPECIAL
A 77 per cent foul, shooting night's game as far as free throw
performance proved to be the percentages went when Moodyhit
difference for the Fliers in for 70 per cent and Jax hit for
Friday night's 67-63 win. Both only 35 per cent, but the Fliers FOR OUR' MEMBERS
Jax and finished with 30
Moody still managed to come away witha
field goals but the Fliers hit on win when Garry Pope hit for 25
seven of nine free throws as points, Gil Austin hit for 21 and
compared to Moody's three of. Levie Hamerter hit for 15. /
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the highest of four Fliers in travel to Patrick Air Force Base ::},..r.pi::{

double figures with 18. The other for two games with the Patrick

three were Garry Pope of Air Ops team.



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T-! r'' to FICEUR athletes ;:,

__ Jax-The NAS Jax Ironman finishes in basketball, bowling : .: I
__ Trophy, symbolic of outstanding and slow-pitch') softball and :
__ athletic achievement in in- second place in tennis. ':.'..,
tramural sports,was awarded to FICEUR had won the trophy
I FICEUR last week when they for the 1972 January through
accumulated more points than June season before VP-45 came .
any other command or unit along to prevent them from .
ILR during the 1973 intramuralseason winning it two consecutive times.
that ran from January to The entire top 10 finishers and
June. their point totals were as follows:
They won the trophy with a FICEUR 4500, NarJax 4150,
total of 4500 points, most of which VP-45 4025, NDRC -3950,
rR came as a result of their first Hospital 3250, VW-4' 2400,
t\ Iii place finishes in pistol and fast- MATSG 2325, VP-16.1725 and
pitch softball and their second VP-49.1650 and Communications
PRESENTED IRONMANTROPHY-Capt. G. Sizemore (R), NAS CO, presented place finishes in volleyball and 1575. ,
Capt. E.R. Sourbeer,Jr. (L), FICEUR CO,and DPI James E, Smith, FICEUR Athletic PO,with the slow-pitch softball.
NAS Jax Ironman trophy last week in recognition of their command's outstanding athletic ac NarJax finished second with

complishments. 4150 points and VP-45, the
previous Ironman trophy
holders, finished third with 4025 D
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