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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I -:; Pal Day Slated For Saturday" ;j 11



.."; '. Saturday Dec. 1 is
the
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J'' /' date set'' for the 1973 ver- 1

Car Pools. ;ik i' M All SERVICE PERSONNEL AND FAMILIESDAY sion of Pal Day, a day set \
FREE FOR
aside in the nation's oldest J

city, St. Augustine, to say a '
Yes and No. uo"PAL
"thanks" to servicemen
and their families. '
By Paul Lucas bucks a month. It leavesme r--'" l'

This week's front page with more beer, Sponsored 'by the USO

picture briefly describes money" Oh, well. To each Council of St. Augustineand I

Americans as independentand his own! A Chief'petty ."'- ( St. Johns County,

self reliant per- officer made this ;' .. Florida., in cooperation !
'
sonalities... statement. with the entire com- }

Yet with the energy ,,,'.. munity, Pal J Day features 4 t
"Heavens is there
crisis upon us, the in- yes, a day of fun in this City
What
other ?
any way founded in 1565 by the l
dependent personalities
with the price of food whatit \

still seem to control some is now days, my husband y' .. ,',. ti Spanish.The.onlyadmissionrequirement
of us..Notice how many can't afford to drive every is that ser- l
people are in each car! 1 since vicemen must be in
Also
day. we are a
With this picture in,mind one car family, and don't uniform and dependents
this writer hit the walk- make much money each must have ID cards, if j

ways aboard this naval air pay day, if the tune comes husbands and fathers are 1

station and asked the when I need the car for on tours. ;1

following question: something, ,I must take Free admission to the St. J

"Are you now sharing a him to the base then go Augustine area at- !

ride in a car pool?" Here home then. 'go do what I ,:; tractions, including ?

are some of the answers I have to. Now with him Marineland of Florida, 'a '

received. The names are riding two weeks a month, ,l complimentary dinner \

withheld to protect the which by the way he has served from 2-6 p.m. and
and innocent. been doing for the last around
guilty free transportation
year, things seem more December 1 and from
Saturday I town and to
should I I
"Why join a car secure and the money is Marineland the
are
pool? Besides, thereisn't not so scarce." This .
in the regular features: of Pal
anyone living unidentified junior of- -
area where I live." This ficer's wife said that the husbands were in a car pool How to Day..

gentlemen lives in Cedar $10-15 which is nqt spent on and the others said they Transportation for

Hills,yet no one living in gasoline, can now be spenton only had one family car. save $ $ military personnel living
that area works aboard Christmas. The grocery buggies were aboard NAS Jax will

NAS Jax. This was from a loaded, so, ;maybe the depart the Dining Hall One
movesMany .
senior petty, officer.:. After leaving the 'money we save'On'gasolineby on parking lot,.Saturday;;.at 9

.(' vicinity of'Exchange I joining car pools l ,can ,service members ,are ,a.m.. It will return later

"Yes, I have found it ventured to the Commissary go to food and other being charged large sums of that day. This transportation -
more enconomical." He where my necessities of life. money for the shipment of personal is for
provided
continued,"At times it is reception was not so well property in excess of their
and is not
Do your part to help authorized maximum weight allowances military only
inconvenient but it seemsto taken. In fact of the
some America conserve according to Department authorized for dependents.
suit my pocketbook O.K.I ladies just kept .on Don't just talk of Defense transportationofficials.

even have to wait 30 "trucking", but a few did about energy.it take ACTION. This fact is particularly Plenty of free parking is
minutes for my ride when stop to make some com- noticeable when shipments are available for Pal Day; with

my partner drives but ments. While there, traffic arranged management through a office military incident visitors invited to park at

when I drive he managesto knowing that the shopping to an ordered permanent the Chamber of Commerce

leave work (legally) a 'carts would be loaded with change of station (PCS). Visitors InformationCenter

few minutes early." This food, I asked the ladies if m odoa a lot 'within easy

too was from a senior petty they were members of a When a traffic management walking distance of the

officer. two car family and did they EEERIll1EE$ cost office to ships the excess individual property can ,vary the Ketterlinus Junior High

in fact drive to the store anywhere from 30 where the
School
cents to one gym,
NAVAL AI'R STATION.PROTESTANT
"Yes there four of
are
while their,husbands drove dollar
or more per pound, con. free lunch will be served.
us who drive. It seems to work i in the other car. tingent upon the distance shippedand Also at the Chamber lot,
SundayDivine
to be working out OK. the mode'of shipment
Worship 1.30: a.m. can
Five bucks a month for gas Twenty-five percent of at All Saints Chapel.' selected."If the free transportation
is a lot better than 20-25 the ladies stated that their Church School.9:30: a m. be obtained. Buses- to
Divine! Worship 11 a.m. at the members had taken advantage MarineTand will operate i
All Saints Chapel.
\ of the
authority to utilize
Junior Youth Fellowship from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
the U.S., Postal Service for the
12:30 pm. Senior Youth
'J.A.X. IR. NEWS Fellowship 1:30 p.m. shipment of many of the items offered Other attractions free
Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. to a traffic management and
.at the Small Chapel. for service members
The JAX AIR NEWS II a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper officer, they could have been this
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Tuesday shipped a fraction of the traffic their dependents
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a Senior Choir .Rehearsal 7 management officer's cost," Saturday include
l'rIWJt./frm.All submitted/or us.in the lAX AIR NEWS p.m.Christian at Bldg. 750, and officials explained. Members of Gatorland Alligator
must be forwarded to the Public,Affaire Office, Box 2, NAS p.m. at the Science Small Service Chapel.I the lower paygrades who are limited Farm; the Old Jail;
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News to the shipment of 225 gross Fountain of Youth;
'items are w.lcomedJrom all sources. T'el'hone17J.3U' \ NAVAL HOSPITAL pounds incident to PCS move are
or 3119. Divine Worship':30 a.m. particularly vulnerable to the Mission of Nombre De
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made at St. Lukes. payment of excess costs. "They Dios; Ripley's Believe it or

available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to' : NATTCProtestant should always seriously considerthe Not Museum;' Castillo De

race, creed color, national origin or sex: of the purchaser, .. Worship utilization U.S.Postal Service San Marcos (The Fort);
Service 10:30
user, or patron, A confirmed violation or rejection of this Building 500. a.m. In for" articles considered maila- Historical Diorama; Old
policy of equal opportunities by an! advertiser will result in the ble, officials said.
refusal to print advertising from that source. CATHOLICSaturday Wooden School House;

Advertisements arc ,solicited by the publisher and queriesconcerning Mass S p.m. at "Exchange facilities are most Museum of ''Yesterday'sToys ;I
St. Edward's
Chapel. always available for the .
such should be directed to: Sunday Mass?a.m. and 11 preparation ; Restoration Area J
a.m. Daily Mass.Monday, of mailable articles at nominal (13 Restored Homes and :
Tuesday. Thursday and costs, and the favorable parcel '
eJ.: HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Frlday>11)0: a.m. Wed, post rates chargeable for such Craft Shops) ; Zorayda
nesday Mass 11:30 a.m. at shipment Castle Old Store
Ave.,Jacksonville, fla.32210 the Naval' HospltaJ.( Chapel. are applicable bnly for ;
.. : Telephone M7-3566 Saturday Contessront. 4:30: -movements within the United Museum; Oldest House;
"
to 5 p,m. States, officials advise. In addition St. Augustine Alligator
NO. 37 NOVEMBER 29, | ,insurance to cover the'value
VOL. 31 9731 of such articles is readily avail Farm and last but not of

able for purchase in the postal! least, Marineland
system. Florida.



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AE3 Farmer wins



Top Sailor honor w 1 1M



Jax-AE3 James .L. Farmer a shop' electrician and

,line trouble-shooter attached J to AOMD, has been

selected NAS Jax's Serviceman of the Month for

November..
He is directly, responsible for, his adept usage of all available
organizational line maintenanceon technical publications, is unex

both station and transient celled and a major contributing
aircraft. In addition, he is a factor to the improved production
collateral duty inspector on all results of his work center.
t station aircraft and the Shop "Petty Officer Farmer is
$ Safety Petty Officer. relentless in his desire to train t1

According to a letter from and tnsUU'confidence in his ,

; LCdr. D.K. Weigand nominating subordinates, and ,he has _;' ; j/ 0 ,I. .. i
Petty Officer Farmer for the repeatedly demonstrated out /:: !,'l
honor, AE3 Farmer has "con- standing leadership traits seldom ,,', it,!
sistently performed all assigned observed in an individual of his '".r''" '.
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duties in a superlative and enthusiastic age and experience level.
1 manner. He possessesa. For winning the Serviceman of 1 :

thorough knowledge of all the Month honor( Petty. Officer .1
station aircraft and utilizes sound Farmer will .receive ,a ;free ....... _
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and accurate trouble-shooting weekend at a local motel,a trip to ....J "

procedures when making, .a Augustine: courtesy' 'of the : ..

\\M diagnosis of the problem Jacksonville USO, .and a gift ...c...;!;: '" ," ........ ,... : j
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11 "His keen attention to each and ;certificate for dinner at the ... : j['. ;0.<'; (: .I!

s every assignment, coupled with Candlelight Restaurant. ,...... .., a g ,


il Turn the heat down MISSION ACCOMPLISH ED-Maj. Kenneth P.Tevebaugh, Commanding Officer of the 67tth Radar

Squadron,and Ltg(| ) R.A. Howell, CBU-410 skipper,share a handshake after the 479th's new parking f
Some,of our attitudes towards ing and the frames. facility was officially opened. The combined efforts of the Radar Squadron Public Works, the I .
r energy have always been ,un- The easiest draft to stop is wind Seabees and Moody Air Force Base Civil Engineers resulted In.a'savings to the Air Force of $7,200.
sound. We turn the heat up to 80 rising up the chimney. An open The Seabees supported the protect with personnel, technical expertise and ,machinery while the I
degrees on a cold winter day so chimney can draw up to 20 per squadron furnished personnel to assist in the construction. The new parking facility will eliminate I
we'll feel warmer when we come cent of the air out of your house problems:' with traffic and parking and provide for Improved security operations at the squadron.
in.Then we open the windows be- per hour. Close the fireplace
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cause it's too hot and wonder whywe damper tightly when you're not 0
wake up with a sore throat the using it.There. 0
next morning. are other little things you ehristn
Before you set the thennostat can do to save' heat and stay \1f ;

above 70 degrees this winter con- warm 'Keep furniture and other @ '
sider this: Every degree over 70 obstacles away' from heat regis- \

will add about five percent. to your ters or heat outlets. When it's extremely 6
heating bill. So by' turning the cold outside, draw the

heat up to 80, you're using 50 per draperies over sliding glass doors e

cent mpre gas or oil. and picture windows to create a I
.'n:-There'aitlfer'little! ,things you' .heat b'arjierlnjfrdnt: o(these cqld
, can,do ttffcut('the'cost of heating surfaces and prevent heat loss. j
i 'your 'quarters;' The'.' National 'Windows'' facing,the sun can be
Bureau of Standards estimates 'lefC uncovered so that,the'.'sun's __ 1. :: }
J
that if yours.is an average house radiant heat,can help warm the ,,, S /
built room--Try to'avoid frequent opening /I;
with average care, the crack !
and closing of outside'doors, ,
under the attic door cost about .
which l lets heated cooled air t
es #'
$4.50 a winter. So we can perhaps f vlJ&fefc
figure the same for the front door, cape. c '
By following the tips aboveyou'll F n, hl
and back door and chalk 1 vY., l N i F
up 1 tf1MSA {hpt + } V n v
lose less heat this winter 1 + k
$13.50 a year that might be saved
but did you know you can be more
by just weather stripping.Add '
comfortable at a lower temperature n1{' s'u'b isi,; ;Ji's n'0' t
perhaps the same amount ? 4 4LijRF
for leaky windows and undetected
Everyone; knows that, high relative -
leaks into the attic and the
same again for an open damper humidity makes it seem

the fireplace.. There's :$40. right warmer in:,the summer.The same I I
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there! applies during the winter. 'The

,If your weather,stripping: is deteriorated problem,is that your heating unit
and you feel drafts near adds"heat to the air but no mois- :
the doors, the weather stripping 0 ture. So the relative humidity js
should be replaced drafts seem ,low and you feel uncomfortable.

'.to be,coming: between the door Adding moisture with a .,.
and the wall maybe the doors and 'humidifier will make you more .
...
comfortable and at an even lower
Windows need to be ,recaulked l '
outside between.the'exierior? 'sid-, 'temperature_ setting.


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MAYIAGp saved the money I in your Christmas Club account. And come the first t of the year, 4 1

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eI e All you do is save regularly little 'or_a lot l in your Christmas Club. >Oneof.our. ,: a' V' : ;,
Christmas Club programs will fit your:needs. Join today and make your Christmasthe "
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Ideal)for.young Navy. families |lust starting, out.. ,
1 ,.. the same day. Cost-only a penny per dollar. '
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squadron officers pause by a new Corsair II with their host, Captain recently awarded the Navy
M."Blay" Blay lock,Jr.- ,former skipper of VA-172,now of LTV. Commendation Kenneth Medal Allen by Reeves CDR J.E.was Craig, skipper of VA-83[ for .'

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AMSC Connaster of Attack Squadron ,Thirty-Seven: extended h s
: career in the Navy when he reenlisted for FOUR years. Present for the,
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'': ceremony was his wife Nell as CDR C.E. Armstrong, CO of the Bulls, } 4IN
a)\ gave the oath. A

S In a recent awards ceremony VS-31 recognized four outstanding I -
1 NORMANDY TIRE CO. squadron personnel. From left to right are AX2 B.L.Parkinson-Sailor
of Month for August AE3 M.C. Move Letter of Commendation; CDR S
5354 Normandy Blvd. 716-9292 T.N. Flanary, II squadron skipper AZAN A.A. Zedar Sailor of
Month for September,. and ADRAN K.S. Siaker.,Plane Captain of the
t LOU WEBBER, "Your Tire Quarter.JACKSONVILLE. kt. ,

Gives You EREJE Expert" EXCLUSIVE BO'ttLE CLUB' "
'V'VPussycat'Vs
FRONT END ALIGNMENT NEW?? *
AMS2 Gary Suzsek of Attack
STATIC BALANCE Squadron'' Elthy-Three reenlisted
'WHEEL for: SIX years on 19 October 1773.
This will give Petty Officer
of
With Purchase
Any Suszek a total of 15 years of Naval

: 4 of these Tires I II WE HAVE A service.

I CONCORDE- r Escorts YOUR

I TP78 Premium /.: topless Continuous Go Go (Dancing Partners) HITCH

Polyester 244 WESTltbST MSIthST EX T PH 351 f34Open'ipm
um (Sundays too 1 OVER?
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TubelessTwin U +lAU L:
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|30,000 MILE A L Morrison's Is In one the of fast the
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GUARANTEEF7814 ... growing hospitality and
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: F78-13 PI" AI's Westside putation for,quality, are
F.E.T. U-Haul" located throughout the
; 2.311 j. 4807 BLANDING BLVD PHONE 771.5092 South. And Morrison's
(Next door to Putt-Putt) manages food service S
G78-14 'facWties in hospitals,
4 8995 YOUR ONE.STOF MOVING CENTER nursing homes, schools, .
G78-15 office buildings Industrial :
144)00)
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FOR :E : Across the Country plants, restaurants, !,+
2.55 II.H7S'14 and private clubs. Now,
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UNAULu Morrison's Is always ;
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FOR :: wl car care. Care. about ,them-
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BHICNCO fl.NOUttHOU MOVING find out if Morrison's is
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STORES HOUR**I A.M.-C P.M.INSTANT CREDIT WITH MOST MAJOR RENT right star
CREDIT CARDS OPEN FRI.NIGHTS TIL S AUTOMATIC.INSUIANCI Mim/MOm Local or One Way your wagon to. For full
Low Rates By Oav Information. write; \

'NORMANDY TIRE CO.S .. CARGO TRAILERS Week.or Month moRRispninCORPORRTED

5354 Blvd. 786-9292 ALL SIZE TRAILERS Ptnofuwl DMtfrtnMnt
Normandy FREE MOVING GUIDE P. O. Box 2SM
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-4 42 ADCOPs initiated
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M., ViolationsThe into honorary society "

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'Jax Forty-two ADCOP ,C. Hobday, AEC W. L. Jackson,

following is a report of F- p- w, students from NAS Jax have been HMC C. A. Jimmerfield, PN1 J. ,;,
Motor vehicle accidents and initiated into Florida Junior G. Johnson, AME1 M. H. Jones" :,,1
traffic'violations for month to College's Chapter of the Phi HMC G.Kelly,AWLS J. L.Lloyd, \

date: Theta Kappa honorary society. Jr.,PNC E, B. Louie,CTM1 T, R. ,;.
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS The FJC Chapter of Phi Theta Lunsford, JOl W. .H. 1

; This month 35 Kappa is headed by ADJ1 JamesC. Maisenhelder, AK1 G. ,S. Mer- }

I This month year ago 37 Suddeth, who is also Florida cado,. ADJC B. F. Mitchell, ATl {..
' Total accidents this year 438 State President for the society. P. K. Panehal, RMC T. G. Pitt- F\

Total accidents year ago 379 ADCOP students Initiated Into man, HMC C. G. Pitts. (

Number of injuries this month 4 the society include: OSC R. E. And, ,ET1 J.K. Robinson, PNl ,(1

Number of injuries this month'' Bailey,EMC N.B.Balgos,AG1 J. J.F. Romlg, AWC. L.E.Rose.AZl ..: '
year ago 0 r D. Becker, CTTC J. M. Barrett, W.D.Roth,DPI D.E.Schaff,AEl "\
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VIOLATIONSThis Bullard, ATC M. R. Clark, YNCSV. Solivan, PNC C.H. Suriben, HMC *,

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Speeding' '20 My\ ..,,Nl\..y ;' .' ,a ;I'" :fWIt AFCM T..F. Donnelly, ATI H. C. Turpin,AGCS A.M. Upton ENCS 'i

Reckless Driving 0 ."' .; ::) ':Er f>' i'...'d i Dumond, AMSC T. R. Griffith,. D.P" Valicek, DPI F. Voorheesand
Going through Stop Sign 9 CTA1 R. H. Gumtow, HMl E. HMC O.D. Walker. "" L.\,

":, DWI Other Violations 2 .::.::-\': :' .': "'<:' :;f .. HC-2 "Fleet Angels" "". I
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drivers j," 1.4t.. q .(::1-1.:, "i.\-.t:' ?
Forty-two appeared ., \'q. !l. '
't before their Commanding Of.. PETTY OFFICER OF THE QUARTER-AG3 Harry M.. Powers has make another rescue "'i' 11

; ficers. Disposition of the cases been selected the Naval Weather'Service Facility's Petty Officer of .
include the following: the Quarter. Petty Officer Powers was cited for his "dedicated per- Jax-The"Fleet Angels"of HC- few minutes after falling overboard i

formancG,continued tireless effort and overall outstanding attitude". 2 have added another rescue to thanks to a helo from HC- I
Ten lost driving and parking their ever increasing squadron I ,

privileges aboard station for var. Express Store tally. 2.Piloting the rescue chopper :

r periods, fourteen were assignedto opens This time, it was a young were LCdr. "Woody" Knight,
complete an eight-hour course Machinist Mate from the USS OinC of IIC-2's DET 66,and LT.J. r

..: In Defensive Driving; one was today at Cecil Field, America who had fallen. over- Kundts, ORE helo evaluator. The r
assigned to complete. Motorcycle board during ,the ship's crewmen were ADJ2 John r

Defensive Driving Course; three Operational Readiness Exerciseoff Rabito, the hoist operator, and
Jax-A carts be left in the
ping
assigned to admin. action; four new .Navy Exchange may the Florida coast. AME3 Bill Stewart, the "wetman" :
were dismissed; none subject to Express Store will open this parking lot for customers to use Other than being a bit wet and This was the first rescue
morning at Cecil Field. when returning bottles.
Article 15 UCMJ; twentyeightwere shaken up, the man was returnedto for Lt._ Kundts, formerly an HS
fined ,U.s. Magistrate; Grand Opening ceremonies are Other items to be offered at the the carrier unharmed only a pilot.WILSON .
scheduled for 10 a.m. at Bldg. 5,
ten were military; sixteen new Express Store ..includecandycrackersbreadmUkice --
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adjacent to the Consolidated
warning were given; four were
assigned to Dept. Head Counsel. Package Store. cream, cheeses, lunch meats,
Cecil Field patrons.will now be fruit drinks, coffee, canned
able to buy delicatessen and fruits Ponttoc
vegetables, cigarettes,
convenience items, including toiletries, pet foods and. baby
frozen dinners, prepared dinners needs. .100% GUARANTEED USED CARS

the < and beverages.The i
will The will be 73 AMERICAN GREMLIN 72 GRAND PRIX I''
beverage area have a' facility open daily 2 :pqNTIAC
+ goodneighbor.: .. ... bottle return section and _shop .;.from 9 a.m. to,9 p.m. dr. H.T., Kelly Green with 2 dr. H.T., Ascot Sliver with }
Green Int., auto trans, AC, Black Cordova top, auto
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6 pool.r5' / volleyball 103rd&Jammes Road Phone,771-9156 Power door locks, tilt wheel, AC'P.S., P.B. & A.M. Radio. i
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courts. 3 shuffleboard .
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Party Place, Guest Suite,- and .,. 'Stereo Radio. 5,000 miles
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Park Golf Course. ," ,

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Plus! Your' apartment in.
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Vinyl top & Green Int;
dow walls, garbage' disposal' Green Int., 3 spd. trans, AC,
and security systems. A.M. Radio., Priced for: the V-8, auto trans, AC, P.S., -& "
WE'RE :TEMPORARILY... A.M. Radio. Double sharp
But that's not all! economy Minded

These' contemporary apartments r $2395 $2495 ,

from 3 are major just shopping minutes away tern i- 7)' 72 PONTIAC CATALINA 71 PONTIAC FIREBIRD }

ten churches and schools.' ,BRGH 4 dr. H.T., Adrioctlc Rosewood ESPIRIT 2 dr. H.T.,
I Blue with Blue Cordova with Sandalwood I
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AC, P.S., P.B.,
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Bedroom ffom $150. clean. PB., Console, A.M.\ Radio &

3-BedroonVfrom $185. VSCLDj $2995 clean.Rally$2995 II Wheels. Extra .

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us today and brine your' Cordova top & Green with Green buckets, n
swimsuit! \'. ..OUT! Sandalwood Int., auto trans, auto trans, AC P.S.,. P.B.,
AC, P.9., P.B.,. P.W., P.S.,
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10 minutes from Jacksonvilleand WATCH FOR OUR FUTURE ANNOUNCEMENTSI!
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I' Glenn Miller Orchestra coming to Jax CPU Club I

jax-The Glenn Miller Orchestra, led by Buddy De Franco, is scheduled to
appear at the NAS Jax CPO Club Dec.27. 1:
The orchestra plays the original Miller hit arrangements: that were the rage of 'j 3
I the 1940's and are enjoying today a constantly,growing,renewed popularity.. i
1i Tickets Tor the show will go on sale Dec. 1. "1
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"We are on the road at least 48 weeks of the year," Buddy says "If it were
possible, we could play 60 weeks. Nobody seems to tire of hearing our authentic
music,and we appear to be developing a whole new generation of fans.'
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"The Miller brand of music holds a is for the older people! but Qf
4 late we have been observing greater numbers of teenagers and the je set in
attendance."

"What's more interesting is that the youngsters are dancing at our dances, not
just looking, and they're holding each other, and not standing apart like. they do
'r with rock dances.To a bandleader, this is very refreshing." i
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A running survey through this year has indicated that, where formerly the j
ratio was 90-10 percent in favor of older people, now its near 60-40 percent in
attendence at the orchestra's engagements.In England, Europe, Australiaand
Japan, the ratio is nearly 50-50. 11
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Glenn Miller was one of the giants of the "big'band.era." Reorganized. his '
., orchestra in 1937, and three years later it became one of the top.I'musical
1i organizations in the country. '

With the outbreak of World War II, Miller entered the U.S.Air Force and
iIi! x promptly organized the famous Glenn Miller Army.Air Force Band.They went to
Europe'to entertain servicemen and on Dec. 15,1944,Miller disappeared while on
a military flight from England to France. ,

BRINGING BACK THE 40'S SOUND-Buddy De Franco,one of the Twelve years later, the Miller Estate authorized the formation of the present j
world's leading lau| clarinetists, will be leading the Glenn Miller Glenn Miller Orchestra, under the direction of Ray McKinley. Then, In 1966,
Orchestra Dec.27 at the NAS Jax CPO Club. Buddy took over the leadership. 1i;


7\ "Mostly, we play the old songs," Buddy continues."We manage to insert new : '
Let's Clean Up America ones from time to time, but these are songs that lend themselves to the Miller r
Sound. In recent times, we have had Bill Finegan, one of Glenn's: original j
For Our 200th Birthday arrangers,write new arrangements of current tunes for us.They have turned out ;
h' just wonderful, sounding very much the way Glenn would have :Insisted if he

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I ,r .,,t.jl JJ" Navy Exchange !I


cJtl I It for holiday season

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1 $ Jax-The Navy Exchange has proper drainage and a minimum 1 1of

taken on a festive holiday appearance care, these miniature gardens *
I that marks the will flourish for months.A .

beginning of the Christmas special "stocking staffer" j'

t ti season. corner is being featured at the :
New merchandise has been Exchange to offer you an ,!
i added to the selection in _most assortment of inexpensive items '

I departments so that customers to fill the youngsters' Christmas "
i will find the right gift for almost stockings. t\
I t their shopping list.
everyone on Finding gifts for the do-it- 1

Toyland, located in Bldg. 514, yourself auto mechanic on your .
I offers a large variety of games list can be very easy. Visit the ,;
I and toys for the youngsters on Navy Exchange Automotive
your shopping list. Many of the Center for a large selection of test \:

I toys that your children have been and tune-up kits, socket sets, Z
asking you for are at Toyland, stereo tape players and rear seat 1
: just waiting for you to make a speaker, kits, among other items.
\ choice. 1
Holiday time Is home en
There are hundreds of gift tertainment time and I
: your Navy j
ideas at the Navy Exchange..For Exchange Food Service
those of you who are compilingyour 'department'stands ready to help i
shopping list, these items the
you through holiday hustle
are worth checking out-the new and bustle.
I pocket cameras in various price
PITCHING IN TO HELP THE ENVIRONMENT-Boy Scouts from NAS Jax's Troop 131 set an ranges, ladies matched 2-plece Whether you're: planning a gala
r example for their elders by taking used aluminum cans to the Commissary for recycling. Shown (L- luggage sets, personal leather party or just need a "lift" after a
R) are Wayne Kelly,Jerry Watson and Mike,Doyer.DON'T items such as manicure sets and busy day of Christmas shopping,

wallets and camping gear. the Navy Exchange Food Services -

In men's wear, turtleneck facility can provide
: sweaters and pullovers, bow ties everything from take-out food for
LET THE and leather outerwear are very the family to party fare for a
popular items this season. large gathering. Contact your
Food Services representative for
An item that has been causing a .
GASOLINE SHORTAGE prices and suggestions.Let
great deal of interest is a
terrarium (an arrangement of
your Navy Exchange
: DRIVE YOU TO plants in a partially or fully Laundry-Dry Cleaning service
enclosed glass or clear plastic take care of cleaning your winter
container). clothing. By letting them handle
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be grown in a terrarium is save valuable time and energy
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Jax-What NAS enlisted man The role of Andy Hobart In: theatre production of "Will to impressing Sophie, lady playing at 'The Orange 'Park'." f
has been spending his nights "Star Spangled Girl" Is a par. Success Spoil Rock Hunter". In swimmer and the girl of his Community Theatre for two.
publishing an underground ticularly difficult one. Andy, addition, DeWayne has had the dreams, he just can't com successive weekends: November aF.
magazine and fooling around played by DeWayne, is a con opportunity to act in, and direct, municate and his attempts 30-December 1 and December/../
with a girl who thinks he "smells&pod" artist who uses words skllltully to various children's theatre become one fiasco after another. 74. Curtain time is 8:30: P.M. ., _
? get people to do what he wants productions. "Star Spangled Girl" will be

It's DeWayne Deck, an them to and resorts to physical --. ..- ...... ,-. ......' ...
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Rehabilitation Center. DeWayn 's director for "Star
And his Spangled Girl" praises his
wife, Joyce, doesn'teven
In this role o
DeWayne is on I
mind-because driving eawgy dhd observes that
has been DeWayne stage almost continuously, from .DeWayne,"throws himself totally
rehearsing for his
beginning to end, and it
requireshim
into his work" and
meets the
leading role in Neil Simon's red, GIFTS i
to memorize tremendous
a MowsmwncoMio
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dialogue, stage
Nautical' Chart .Outrt/j/eeri Nautical' Wc.r.
Spangled Girl
which / /
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tomorrow at The Orange Park wife, Joyce, is the ++Hardware Paints +Sktit fish Box' Table Burgee' Wear Jackets "..voC .. o
Community Theatre. It's no accident that DeWayne art director for "Star SpangledGirl. k Repair Materials' .Ac.y;.orfc' < *Other Good ,
"Star Spangled Girl" is the captured such a leading role. He .." WET StORAOf'MARINE HOISTI..ULL SIRVler.YACHT BROKE,
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Ii I Professionals women complement All-Volunteer Force J::1

c j out that the number of women In military "
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but pointed ser
and improving uated
: WASHINGTON, D.C. With manpower, or about 25,000 shortin barracks b improvement vice that
so beginning
of the soldier and Army has to look at the total mar- with FY 1
life
I the force of approximately 2.3 the
conclusion that the Armed a disqualify all 78. ". we will have, by
do not
said. He his and other incentives ket. "We present ;1
Forces "ended the year in quite' million, General Taber family about
should meet ,manpower those who have not Completedhigh projections 88,000 women
good shape Army Lieutenant indicated that active planning to help "because in the armed forces" ,
General Robert Taber Principal go off the draft began about four needs. school, he said,
Discussing\ the reserve, 1
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense years ago at Defense. The General discussed in detail four out of five non-graduates components
General
Taber
of enlistment noted that
for Manpower and Reserve The manpower expert explained the quality of those entering the complete their tours ;7
valued during the when the ,
and years draft
that while the stressed that satisfactorily are
Affairs was 'optimistic" for the Army may armed forces and
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success of the All-Volunteer have a recruiting problem duringthe "the true measure of quality in an members of the armed forces. was a major source of military

Force during a recent worldwidenews next year its requirementswill armed force is a man's perfor- General Taber admitted that manpower, many young men ''

conference broadcast over be for"almost half of all per- mance in the job he's assignedto. there may be some problems witha were attracted to the Guard and '1

the American Forces Radio and sonnel taken into the armed ."A high number of high school shortage of professional people:, Reserve as a means of avoiding "

: Television Service. forces. He added that increased graduates is desirable because doctors, lawyers, and dentists. He active military service. "Those I .

i 1 "We ended the year for total Defense recruiting efforts and continued they have lower disciplinary rates indicated hope that special pay days are gone," he said.While reserve .

a about 1.1 percent short in development of inducements than those who have not grad- proposals, scholarship programsand strength is down by a small \t
other special incentives. will percentage; ,. he indicated that ';

Ii.WAC herself in man's world overcome this. with new recruiting and require- .
sees
While much of the news conference ment efforts, along ,with pay

I By PTC G. D.CLAEYS little harder to convince men and woman in an all male command.Men was concerned with enlisted proposals and greater public'support -

Specialist Tratatai Ba. women of their ability to do a job find it hard at times to adjustto personnel, the question of officer strength figures"will "level ;

r "You've come a long way, well and to show equal, and at the presence of a woman.They procurement was raised. General out and start back up.
{, Baby" is a phrase used quite times better leadership and abU must or should watch what jokes Taber made clear that in the Jong General Taber revealed that he,

often in today's life style and in ity in their job. they tell and what they say which run, "We do think we can meet along with some other Defense

many ways it is true. Not too long These were the type of women was quite normal when there our officer requirements with leaders have been looking at the

ago; many women thought.it was who opened up many doors for the were only men in the office quality officers." ROTC scholar- British volunteer force pro-

wrong that another woman would' new young service women who On occasions they just tell her ships are "fought after," the Gen- gram.ten However,while the British
of with
have experience
i even consider competing with a have decided to give the military a they're not about to change their eral said, noting that non- years
man 'let alone go into the military try whether get their education way of talking so she better just academy commissioning! pro- their program the General was j

/ but the times have changed. or for a skill. get used to it. Being ladies and in grams have been significantly reduced quick to point out, "they need i

Many women are now going Many of these young womenare uniform we just keep silent and to match the reduction .of 400,000 volunteers a year whilewe
into fields which at one time men now working in a job where, become accustomed to it. If we the armed forces. need that many every month."

thought women incompetent of they may be the only woman in an .should happen to. slip ,and say The General also stated that When questioned about the

I ..performing. They are no longer all male command. At times this something unladylike we may be women will have an importantand possibility that recruiting duty
really looked at as the weaker sex might'not be good for career advancement
may be a problem because of all looked,down upon but almost all expanding role in the All-
but as an asset to one's field be it the three-star Army
i the attention or hassle that she the time the men behave like Volunteer Force. The
t "medicine or engineering. may receive and it may interfere gentlemen and women like plan is to greatly! increase present the General retorted, "Don't tell thatto
who chose to : "
Those
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at times it could be a
Many a time before she is ableto
benefit to her boss, where upon prove herself in her job she is LET THE POSTMAN
ORTEGA HILLSKINDEGARTEN knowing that she is being considered an inconvenience instead .

watched so carefully she may per- of an asset. They may see BE THE GO-BETWEEN
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I : Fleet Reserve regional president visits Jax tI\


Jax William B. McCarley, 'Southeast Regional .!
President of the Fleet Reserve Association (FRA) r :f fr ft '
visited with commanders in the Jacksonville area Nov. t
'21.

Visiting with McCarley were Lowell Lorbeer 1"

Southeast Region Public Relations Chairman from West !.\

Jacksonville Branch J26; Billy Owen, President of P, t ''I ''I II II'Y '
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Jacksonville Branch 91; Harold Wilson, Past Presidentof ,'I
Branch 126; Lue Hill, President of Atlantic Beach .
Branch 190; ,Joe Bodin, Membership Committee; and J:1:
Art Slocumb, Past President of Branch 91. IriF i
"Talk of peace, or a detente or understanding with .r
Russia should not obscure the need for this nation to

maintain an up-to-date Navy," McCarthy 'said. t

"Without any real assurance of peace, this nation, in
less than a year after the end'of the Vietnam..conflict, :
has reduced its military forces and the capabilities of

the Navy,

"The less prepared we. are for war, the greater the ..1'INTRODUCTION
costs of war when it comes", McCarthy continued. "The :

JI. only real way to preveht a war is to maintain this

nation's strength, our capability and our resolve to TO swCapt.William- G.Slzemorc,''NAS Jax CO,briefs FRA officials on the P-
defend our security, our freedom and that of our allies." 3C "Orion"and the NASJaxVPC.mplex.Shown.with the skipper are (L-R) Lue Hill, President of i
Branch 290; William G.. McCarley, Southeast Regional'"President_ ; and Billy Owens, President of
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s.t; Bodin, National Membership Committee;"Billy Owens,President of Branch 91;' W.G. McCarley,
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Jax-It is easy to sit back and complain about the polluted world in .,
which we live, but it is another story to actually try to be a part of :1 0l ,
i environmental Drotection. _
Yesterday, I had an interesting phone call from a Vector Control <

Specialist (VCS) located at a Naval installation near a large city rrc'K
somewhere in the southeastern United States. tl
This VCS,on one of his periodic inspections, noted two men beside a
s drainage ditch getting ready to dispose of 40 gallons of some liquid. rh
Being curious,he stopped and asked what they were doing. He found
out that the substance they were going to dump into the ditch was an

extremely toxic pesticide, sodium arsenite.
Sodium arsenite is a powerful poison both to man and wildlife-1
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tablespoon full can kill a man. ,
I This VCS had just completed training in environmental protection at .
I the Disease Vector Ecology and Control Center (DVECC) here and i /v ?

knew the hazards of misusing pesticides. He knew if this poison got 1

': into a drainage ditch it could end up in the city's water supply. ?
R He also knew that many fish, birds and wildlife would die if the Read \ j

poison was dumped into the ditch. '.
Immediately, the VCS took the 40 gallons of sodium arsenite from this a
themes and called: the DVECC here to find outhow'to safely dispose of (1 ,

the chemical. He followed the necessary guidelines and safely first t.6
disposed of all the sodium arsenite.At .
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first,it may appear that his case of environmental protection was Jump-starting a dead battery is 1
completely accidental,but it was'not all by chance. not the simple task you might 1 .
I The VCS was specially trained and aware of environmental hazards think it is. It is possible to literally ,

apparent when any substance is improperly used.He also knew who tot "blow" the job, and this could result I IIlmlUIIJJ -- --=- t
t call for information on correct procedures to protect the environment in personal injuries and destruction ? 1
from pesticide pollution. of property. current through it from the"live" battery and the th clip on the 1
t. battery you're not sure whetherthe same cable to the positive terminal -
The navy is concerned about environmental protection and does not There is one right way to jump-
leave such an important program to chance. The people involved in start dead battery,and here it is: "dead" battery is frozen on the "dead" battery. Jump
I this program very seldom get any special praise for their efforts, but First of all, make sure that don't try to jump-start it. cables are usually colored red and 'I
I they do their Job and do it well for the NaS y.p both batteries, the"live" one and The next thing to do is bring black to keep you from getting
the "dead" one, have the same both vehicles close together, but mixed up.Now. I
3 rated voltage. Don't try to jump- don't let them touch, you mightget comes the switch from j

start a 6-volt battery from a a short circuit. what you probably have done be- I
:, I:' ..... 12-volt battery,you'll burnout the Set both parking brakes and fore. Don't connect the remaining -'
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c y:. 6-volt battery. On the other hand, put the gears in Neutral or Park. two cable clips to the nega-
:>. a 6-volt battery can't put out Keep the booster car's engine tive terminals,of both batteries.
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enough juice to get through a running and turn off all accessory Connect one clip to the nega-
.tif"; """', .f .." .. A / IV 1 N 1//) 12-volter to the car's ignition sys switches in the"dead"car. tive tenninal on the "live" bat.
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'; .l vehicles have negative-ground with two pieces of cloth. Now, if inches from the battery. If you
i ,.j"<. t. ''I'" "i.;', electrical systems. A sure'way to you're sure the "dead" battery get any sparks when you crank up
D'" ...."" ,. "'Id :,' check this is to look and see which isn't iced up,you can go ahead the "dead" motor, they won't. be

\1 e ,. battery cable goes to the 'car's with the cable bit_, ,. nea' the battery.. .
frame-this is the ground cable. Find the positive terminal: on 'O.K., now's,the tiirieaostartthe '. .
The positive cable goes to the both batteries. It will be marked "dead"car's engine,. *:

/ ; ,. "' starter. with a "P" or a "+" sign, and As soon as it's running disconnect -
I "' ," Be sure the "dead" battery sometimes it is painted red. the two ,cables in pre
: .' ,. ;- isn't y ,frozen. It.could blow up Connect one cable clip to the cisely the reverse order.
I r when you try to push electrical. positive terminal on the "live" .' Detach the negative clip
from the "dead"car's frame, and

p:4 then remove the clip from the
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j. ( ;' .' GUITAR PLAYERS battery.
Take the clip, off the positive
'. STUDIO terminal of the "dead", battery
\ .'r and then remove the clip from the
,(7 positive terminal on the "live"

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PARTY TIME?
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I.. ,'. -. ... 552S LENOX AVENUE. PHONE78MMO Conventions Dmnar Parties;
t. (AcrossfromPi2 I a Inn at Normandy Mall) .. Pr vats Wedding Parties.' Receptions Grand Openings

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I capabilities of the Wing's Tactical Support Center (TSC) from Cdr. Ken .E, Schoeff, TSCOPCON
Officer, during the Wing's Open House.
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Jax-Mrs Barbara W.Parham, month of October displayed her for the BPA vendors to j
a Procurement Assistant at the purchasing acumen in a manner assist the buyers in locating the
Supply Department, has won which personifies the scope of the appropriate vendors in a more
November's Civilian Employeeof Civilian Employee of the Month. expeditious manner. .. "
the Month honor. "Through her personal efforts, "Earlier in the month when it .,:-...,:,: -...,
Mrs. Parham acts as the first the Naval Air Station, became necessary to place ({ ;i : l i
point of contact between the Jacksonville Blanket Purchase added emphasis on certain
Government and commercial procurements in support of Sixth
Agreements were reviewed,
industries for procurements. in and Fleet units due to the Mid-East
updated renewed., Additionally 1 1oq"
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:...t' .; excess }of $2,500.00; a task Mrs. ,Parham ini- crisis, Mrs.,Parham responded
-J.:.:.:;;, requiring high .professional plemented a new indexing returning to work"duringthe,; ,
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FOR SERVICEMEN *($ double occupancy ,

.' \: Entertainment Nitely,Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood \ ,
> DEER SPRINGS Restaurant,250 Beautiful Rooms with TV Direct Dial Phone, Olympic \i
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:ESTATES Swimming, Pool. Free Undercover Parking.
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MOBILE HOMESITES .
CLVDE.W. SIMPSON CO. HOTEL 3' : aXra : y ccr ,'
REALTOR) 356.6849 901 Main Street' Phone 355-3744 .
WITHIN,WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL,POINTS OF INTEREST. hY >

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1. Desire 2. Price 3. Service The more way money prices than are, going you thought right now-you you'd need.may need GAG ;\\

wants to lend you all the money you'll need to help
THREE Prime Reasons For Buying A CarIf beat prices and to buy the bargains you want before

You Have the.Desire. I'll Make the Price RIGHT they're gone.
lot at GAG.
You don't have to make a IGt to borrow a
AND GUARANTEE YOU SERVICE The size of your loan depends on many things: the
: ,': :, bills you have or have had. What you own or want to
AFTER YOU BUY ..: buy The kind of work you do. And, because you

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

you to get a loan. But, more important, GAG wants I

'I to serve you because you serve your country.
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Whatever your needs, whatever
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'J COGGIN ,PONTIAC your dutflebag. ,
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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Call A.P/AB' LOWREY Q5132 Blanding Blvd.D 3120 Atlantic Blvd;
7710940D 3WM77Q
1001 Park St. 5555 Norwood Avenue
; (USN Ret.) 724-2310 3555486D .7647765O
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Jax-The "Mad Foxes"" of'Patron Five; have been hosting numerous groups of assorted ages, >' : .
t backgrounds and interests, and introducing them to the 7'i.' :: \ (
Navy's newest P-3C aircraft. Several ; : : 'i. r1r- '
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displays have been %
presented in Jacksonville and one in St.Petersburg, Florida. :

I side"Kid Presbyterian Power"was Church.the theme After as the"Foxes"entertained 24 kindergarten children from the River- ___ !E FlI'i&l' ______AJ- I T
squadron personnel "kid r
proofed" the.planes, the junior birdmen : '
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I clambered aboard. After the tour, each child ,
0 "' was presented a card making him an honorary "Mad '. I I
Fox.!
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A trip south was next on the schedule as Lt.Mike Chlarolanza,Lt.Bruce Bower and Ens.Jan Smith ) 1 ,
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took VP-5's newest P-3"Orion"' to the St.Petersburg-Clearwater International .- ;
I provided static display for a large number students and advanced pilots gathered Airport.from There Florida's, they' ** ''S _
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aeronauUcally-oriented universities who were competing) in an aeronautical proficiency contest. : ; ___ ____,, : / *

visitors The students tried out observed the flight the controls operation] ,silently uf the wishing P-3's' computerized they were in the system air instead and some of on aspiring the ground.younger ((4 -- ,

( Back in Jax again, 118 members of the Wolfson High School Band descended on the"Foxes''Den." iA T'
The group,on board to play for the Captain's' inspection, was briefed on the squadrons mission and __
then given the opportunity to tour the new"Charley Orions."" ,
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A HELPING HAND-AWAN Steve
1 DIDNTKNOW THAT JET ENGINES HAD PROPELLERS.-
his
( parachute. Jim Whatley walks the wing with two Wolfson High

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MONDAY thru SATURDAY til 2 AM .
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P-3C"Orions". .
i under the belly of one of VP-5's new '
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Singing *Entertainment i ..
ON DUTY >
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO JAX NAVY FEDERAL ;. ,10A.M.$SALESMAN. *to.6 6P.M.:DAILY : '. ..

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Ii$. I V ORANGE Why raaaSS pay full price when you can it ? 'Convenient and:toMAS 4 on Christmas: .money t this. year; .. J

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: Monday'"..r u Saturday! .- : ;:}: CECIL FIELD Lock up your bank and department. store credit
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QF FLAMERESTAURANT PS.S .PB, .R&H 2 Door NEW HOMES \ *. SURECHEK can be used anywhere credit cards are accepted and( In some
:: US 17 I ;. Immediate Occupancy \i( f ...: places where,they're' notl) .
jJ Steak and $$1295 I "t : $ :::;: "' : '::. You pay on one loan at the credit union for your SURECHEKS rather.than
Lobster
with 1'// $26f500
all .
$ 1 V' ;, VA-FHA l- ,
:: the Free Salad you can eat 6\] \' at 1-295. ", CHRYSLER Convertible :J .4 '; Terms't' ;. numerous payments on several different department store and bank credit _,
:: and Beer you can drink. PS, PB, Radio tape'plaver "/ *\ '. VETERANS: No Down Payment y "' cards r
$ THE Northeast Florida's'. ', k ". ::! ',:". 'Jj *.Best of all',you ve'6 per cent with SURECHEK''s Annual Percentage Rate .: .
WOMLO8NMKBCPCIT '
i; : : Newest and finestAccomodations '69 9 y;rj.:. ''if ''i!. .3B.dooms.2tul1BathW1flPP'l"1 ;:;? 3 2 .. ',; of 12 per cent compared'to the 18 per cent Annual Percentage Rate! charged. .. :
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$950 .. v' '"
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PS, PB 3 S ] ;: .. ?t 4 King Size Master by store and bank credit cards .
HOUR 71) MOB ''f :'\ ':. .,;' .'I.. 'All Electric Garage '.: .
''HAPPY 1 CONVERTIBLE : ": Come 1r1 today and apply for your SURECHEK Money Book.Your Christmas .
i Jut $ 1 : : ,'!r" S Central t Heat & AIr Conditioning money won't' cost so much,this year 1 <
:=-: 3PM.7PM 7 'Ideal Location.Surrounded oySchools. o:;
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10-,: PHONE 264.9513 ...DICK. ...,>:.;" MARTIN BUILDERS
10'f I. PHONES: 771-8335 396-4052'

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THE SPOTLIGHT-PH1 George L. Oberbeck, It has been
awarded the Navy Achievement Medal for his performance of duty at
FICEUR during Operation Homecoming. Petty Officer Oberbeck was
? cited for implementing many procedures which improved the ef

I ficiency of debriefing the returning POWs.

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officer q Life Insurance CompanyIs ;:

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t for details in sales and sales management, to earn over
$20,000 In 3 to 5 years. College preferred. Three year
finance training program. Exceljent fringe benefits.
A. Starring; salary open. Call 356-2621,Monday thru Friday,
Al Vaughn. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
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W." ', in tte. [ WESTSIDE TOYOTA I INC,

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; DEPENDABLE TOYOTA TRADE INS!

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: Every milt is a pleasure in a tiuranf ctd usid ear.
Choose ont of,these excellent bargains today.

Savings and loaTL association 70 RENAULT AT.AC.R&H $795
69 VW CARMEN GHIA Low ml,Sharp Car $1395
70 BUICK SKYLARK AT,R&H,AC $1495
of Jacksonville 71 MOB $1995
I 73 VEGA 2 dr.Sedan73GREMLINSAT $1995

I I :., 10 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU '!!IJl_ 3 to choose from ,R&HAC,WW Tires. .,/.*' $2595

71 MATADOR SW AT,R&H,AC,Nice $1595
DOWNTOWN ,. DURKEEVILLE BRANCH 71 OLDS CUTLAS Loaded $2295
; Adqms and Jjjlia 1815 N.Myrtl.Avo.
73 PINTO RUNABOUT
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PH.354-8443 PH.356-4175 $2295
I i 71 OPEL SW"Speed,R&H $1495
".'' SOUTHWEST BRANCH FIVE POINTS BRANCH 70 CH EVY NOVA 2!r.,3SpdR.H.Mag Wheels $1495
< Cedar Hills Shopping Center 803 Lomax Street 72 COROLLA, 4 Speed,R&H,Vlnal Roof $1695
PH.771-0422 ': PH.358-1204
: : Used Cor Phone 38$..6668 or 9
kr-t NORTHSIOE BRANCH REGENCY SQUARE BRANCH
I. fl:. 'Gateway Shopping Confer 101 Monument Road
I PH.765.5538 :' PH.72S1270UNIVERSITY
!. ." NORMANDY BRANCH BLVD.BRANCH WESTSIDE
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5911 Normandy Blvd. 5631 UnivershyBlvd.W. .
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[ l CALL: 387-3566_] MovieSchedule .'t


Ads should be mailed to arrIVe not later
than! Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads :
arriving too bate for this
deadline will' *be
published the following week
unless
the publisher Is In.
strutted otherwise. A check or money order for the cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy. mmmmmmmmm m m m m

RATE" minimum charge (3 lines) ...$2.00 Per additional line (4 words per line) ,..50c o 11IwHa).Nev.Z9 Adam Roarke and Neville BI wt.

Mall>to: HOLT PUBLISHING. 'CO..436$SHIRLEY I AVE.,JACKSONVILLE I 3&10 NAS: "THE MECHANIC" "PG" ((90 min.)

. -- Drama, Starring'Charles Friday Nov.30

> ?'"" ...1' GEORGE'S KENNELS Bronson and Jan-Michael yin NAS : "CLOCKWORK '

" i ""- ": Dogs &Cats Boarded .cent. "PG" (100 min.) ORANGE" Comedy Fantasy,

TEMPORARY Pick-Up & delivery services since HOSPITAL: "THIS IS A Starring Malcolm McDowell and
FOR NAVY WIVES 1925. Grooming, training & shipping. 2BR.TRAILER
HIJACK" Drama. Starring Patrick
"R" min.
Visitors welcome. Magee. (137 )
All 'office skills needed. Long and BankAmericard & Close to NAS'
assignments. No Fee. We Mastercharge honored. Off 1-10 near Call 2849084UNFURNISHED '
short
Pay Cassat Ave. 8. Edgewood. CLASSIFIEDS CONTINUEDNO Sa ttu day,Dec. 1 4NAS

You. SOlS Edgewood Ct.,3890044LADIESWRISTWATCHES HOUSE WANTED :- "BARQUERO". Western. ;1
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XTRA HELPERS,396 S188 -
BYWORKINOCOUPLEMy CASH NEEDED Starring Lee Van Cleel and

husband and I need to find an NOCREDITNEEDED Forrest Tucker. "PG" (109 min.)
JANITORIAL WORK AT NAS JAX New,17 Jewel Hilton,4 diamonds,cost Unfurn. House by or before January 5, El and up,18 yrs.or older
Hours 5930PM.: Call 355-2741 and $110. Sell for 43. 354-2362. 1974. 2 or 3 Bedroom, fenced small We can sell you a car and get complete HOSPITAL? "CLOCKWORK
ask for openings at NAS. backyard If possible, garage or'utility financing arranged. 3534575. ORANGE" .
ROYAL SERVICES,INC. MENS WRISTWATCH shed. Washer & Dryer connection
New, 21 Jewel Omlcrown Swiss cost would be desirable. We have all our NOCASH NEEDED Sunday,Dec.2
JOIN THE WONDERFUL WORLDOF $150. Sell for (42.,3542362. appliances, but could store If ap' 1966 VW Fastback, low mo.'pymts. of NAS: "SCARECROW" Drama,
353-4575.
KELLY GIRL SINGER lances already In House. Just the $35.MO. Starring Gene Hackman and Al :,

Like variety? You Name It, We haveIt. ZIG-ZAG two of us, no children.,,Prefer areas HARLEY DAVIDSON CHOPPER Pacino. "R" (112 min.) "j

Temporary, Part-Time or all the Sewing Machine, 1973 model, almost around Avondale, Murray Hill, 72 Motor & trans., no'cash needed. HOSPITAL j
time, convenient areas. Best firms, like new, makes buttonholes, designs, Lakeshore, St. Johns Park, Ortega, & low mo. pymts Call 358-0861. : "BARQUERO"a:.
Call or stop Into Cedar Hills. Other areas will be' '
Highest Pay. our : :,
sews on buttons,
appliques and does Monday Dec.
67
PLYMOUTH
Friendly, office today. considered. PLEASE HELP USII Call
,
531 Fla.-Nat'l. Bank Bldg. everything. Pay balance $64 or Elaine from 9A.M. 5P.M. Mon.-Frf. 2-DR,H.T.,343, 4Spd., No Cash down, NAS: "AND SOON THE b
assume $9 per month payments. Will low mo. pymts. Call 358!1881.1f121.7S0 '
KELLY GIRLS take trade. Phone 731-0197 between 10- 387-3566 or Call 388-0163 or 384-4048 DARKNESS" Mystery Drama,

5P.M., ask for credit manager. Will After 6 P.M. THANK YOU. HONDA Starring Pamela Franklin and ::

PARTOR FULL TIME deliver no obligation. OFFICE OR SHOP Extended front end, headers, sissy' Michele Dotrice "PG" (96 min.) "i
MECHANICSAfternoons bar, 8.2 Helmets. Immaculate. $1450. HOSPITAL
FIREWOOD FOR SALE LOCATION FOR RENT : "SCARECROW"DO
Saturdays or Fult-Time Will deliver In local area, (High traffic, central Westside, on San 7213930.
Jax top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply in 282.5529TELEPHONE Juan between Blanding and Cassat. .

person to Mr Foster, NIMNICHT 1200 sq. ft., Air Conditioned, (op- YOU QUALIFY?
CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat ANSWERING tlonal), very reasonable rent Phone

venue. MACHINE ,$87.3566. FOR MEMBERSHIP I I IN THE ONLY ORGANIZATIONFOR
New cost$140.,Sell for$70. CAREER ENLISTED PERSONNEL
GREATJOBEarn 354-2362 3BR.TRAILER W-PORCH (ACTIVE, RETIRED)
150-S7S per wk., working part. 18'X30Added on Room,1V Acre land, OF THE USN, USMC AND USCG '
time calling on single girls. Earn PORTABLE RADIONEW5 BANDS 7645715. Close to Jax ft. Cecil. FOR
FURTHER
more with incentive plan. Must be Gets TV stations, Cost $60., Sell for INFO:
sharpl Phone 721.3600. $29. 3542362. SMALL2BR UNFURN.HOME TO B.F. OWEN (Pros) 264-4S14 .

Lg. Lot, 1209 Cahoon Rd., Close to J.WADELIN (Sec) 282-5540
SALESMANWOMANPartTime -TRACK TAPES, Cecil Field. $88 Mo $40. Cleaning ; "lLo
J. BODIN (Membership) 771.1892
Excellent Income New,4 for$6. deposit. 781-1490.
_7$1.6654MECHANICALLY 3542362. ,;:,::::.":t'-: SS B.C.HENKEAPR) 77M127
WILMAR APTS.

2BR., Furn., water, sewage 8. gar. FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATIONBRANCH
0
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INCLINED? & : bage; parklng-2 cars, small children,
91
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Want man to train as foreign car small pets o.k. $125. mo., Washer
mechanic under project transition '$8.00, 387-2541 or 387-0744. 5391 Collins Rd Phone 264-9166

program. Top pay & benefits, after WE BUY 8. SELL EQUITIES
ORANGE PARK
training with management apportunlty Call ufor'quick service
2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dishwasher
3891644. Morrison Taylor,Inc.
Drapes Carpets, Elizabeth. ;,1
Blvd.
4543 Wesconnetl -
Apts. 771-1405 or 771-3355.
:;771-30 737.3864 !4

TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo Big Chief Say: 1
ArecordedmlSug.by up to twenty acre Tracts 5 mile
SCOTT EDWARDS radius Cecil Field ft. 1.295 $2,000.00 to MOBILE HOME LOT r
Tells you how to be I 3000.00 per acre. Prices are far 40 Miles from Cecil. Direct access to 4 FREE FRONT
DISC JOCKEY 6,000 Acres of Fresh Water
Lakes. ALIGNMENT
below ne future values. Call Tony WHEEL "
Call 355-244 any hour. Approved Jor George. 389-5514, Eve. 7711976.. ,Paved Streets, Underground Utilities.Lot (
veterans. Columbia School of XMAS SPECIAL Price Includes All Utilities. From WITH PURCHASE
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not $3,000. For 85 X 100'Lot.3 Miles Southof
Susie St. Near Ken Rd.,
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by Paved treet, $4400. Terms.100'X125', Waldo, Fla. Just off of U.S. 301- OF 4 TIRES
Follow Hi-Way Signs.
.home study. 1
WYNNE
REALTY OF FLORIDA LAI E ALTO ESTATESBox
LIVE CRABS Realtors Specialist 26,Waldo Fla. H STEELBELTED r
Wilford's Fish Camp Phone 904-41-111.
BRICK BEAUTY IN STARKE

W-9707 3BR.,2Bath, LR, DR, kit., foyer Dbl.- JUSTISS TRAILER PARK ,

TYLERS HEATING &AIR COND. garage,chain link fence 1.8 acres golf 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, ClearY mOdem! ?
Central and wall furnaces, space ,course within 300 yds. Very nice. For trailer and apts. 3893001. :
heaters,'clean 8. repair. Lake Shore Info. Pis. Call George Roberts Real
4711 Palmer. 388-516K Estate, 964.7826 or Wayne Douglas, WEBUYANDSELLGOOD
ASSOC. 9646593. USED MOBILE HOMES J'1'a I
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANERResponsible Phone 388-4619 RADIAL g

.party take up payments SUMMER THE SMOKIES CABINSIN COLONY MOBILE HOMES
of leld's
7.00 per'month.Ray?
: Near Cherokee & Bryson City N.C. Sales& Rentals 9359103rd St.Call 771-
4437 Wilson Blvd., 772-8934
,Paved Roads, Good Water Beautiful 0275 Photostating and notary: service. ;

Scenery. For Permanent or Summer
MUST SEE TO APPRECIATEThis Homes. Jax. Beach, Phone 246-8383 or LET YOUR RENT
Georgeous Custom Made Gold 4882714. BEYOURDOWNPAYMENTDEPOSIT
BRYSON City, N.C. Phone
Velvet Couch/Call 2644044 Aft.6 P.M.or REQUIRED
'anytime 'weekends. WE BUY EQUITIES SUMIT MOBILE HOMES tIE:7)J .,
5210 Phillips, Highway,733.9422
Louise T. Bailey l
JEANS PROFESSIONALDANCE Broker 771.3605 BRING THIS AD FOR SlOt OFF, ,.:,

ACADEMY 1972 MOBILE HOME .
Westconnett at 103rd 8. Orange Park CALL SHIPMATEJoe I DOUBLE-WIDE 24'X60' r ,

Bellalr Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe Roplak (RET Navy) Air Cond., Carport 10'X20', ,W Acre 1 WORLD'S LOWEST PRICES!' 'J
Jazz, Hula, Tahitian Baton, 8. Licensed Real Estate Salesman Oak,trees,Partial fenced.Fully equip. :

acrobatics Register Now, 771-2521, Representing Cabinet shop 26'X28',. Screened In )
771-5464. 7784655 Children & Adults. Blanding Agency, Inc.Realtors Bldg. 12'X12'with Bar-B-Q Pit, utility
Home 781-7715 Office 771-9513, Room S'X8'. 2 Miles west of Crescent
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS City Fla. Ph 698.2892 Terms. $27.500. 4JR'i8'i5'FOR$1 67804x1
AKC reg., 7 weeks old,wormed, black 3 BEDROOM BATH
and tan, sable $75., 781-4617. Paneled Family Room Carpets, 1967 H ILLCR EST 60O<12'
fenced concrete Block, 18,500 BTU AC, 2 BR., furn., AC Washer-Dryer,:utll.
NEWBUSEDt1ALVANIZED $23,000. Owner will carry Mortgage or shed,' Orange Park 264-M4. I
PIPE VA.FHA.Vansandt Realtor 389-3549. x1
'20 ft. Lengths 1". Half Price 388. U'XSO'2BR.TRAILERPay .
7573. Transfer -8. take up payments* "
VA-TERMS 2625858. tR18-i5'F1.79804

PROFS PHOTOORAPHICSERVICE We have several 3Bdrm., 2 bath 'CHECKMATE "**
Commercial,Wedding portraits that can buy VA or,Equity.We '
homes you a
2BR.. CH4A, turn, ,Near NAS and
I lower
All other prices proportionality
- ... guarantee a, lot for your money.Louise Cecil, Call 771-4684.
T.Bailey ,.;
1172 SILVBRLINB 17'BOAT Broker MUST SELL
771-3605' -ui F.E.T. From $3.20INSTANT to $3.48
Trl V f1ull Full Canvas 150 H.P. Take Up Payments, '75.53: '70. .

Mercury Gator Trailer, First Class. ORTEGA HILLS, 12'X5B', 2BR; Unfurn, Conv. Naval CREDIT
52.795.3890150.GARAGE) Bases. 771-4877.
3 Bdrm., Lg. Fam. Rm., Newly WITH MOST MAJOR CAE T CAl11t
SALE renovated, w-w carpet, V.A. terms.
Dr.xelOFt Set. S'XKTx GalvanizedDog Dave Sweeney, ASSOC. Harris RealEstat. / III

Pen,Oil Paintings; Silver Antique 8. Assoc. 38 ,1504. BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY ;

Love Seat, Argus Camera Collectors, ,COUNTY Used VW's Compacts, other foreign '

Bike, Toys,. Glassware, 4122 Tracts from CLAY 5 to 11 acres ea. makes. Astro Motors 6566-Normandy
5 II 414r
Marquette Ave... Riverfront Lots w-3 BR. trailer w.nlce'dOck. Blvd. 781-4978.

FORSALEHOUSEFULOF Lot on Lake Geneva approx.80' MONEY DOWN : ; .f ,
FURNITURE X300;Several older homes In 1966 Ford 2-Dr., H.T.. Small engine.

Including.ppllancs.143-0162. Green Cove TWIN Springs.REALTY low mo. pymts. of S40.Mo..353-4575. 1

HILDAT.NETHaREALTOt '70 MACH I
WASHER' 8. DRYER ',' Street,GCS. Fla. 351 Cleveland. 4Spd., No Cash down, .
-401 Bay ;'
Both
cond.
Lg. capacity, very good .
-' 264-9411 I low mo. pymts. ,Call 358-0841. I.I I
for only$100./Call 724-2494 aft. 5P.M. 2844681




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}} .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.....'.'................'..............:.............-.:.:...:.!.................'.'................................................................................ .................:.:.:.....:., j ForSale:17 FT BOAT 1.0' Drive, 15'9" OPEN W TER BOAT 65
) Trl $1100.00 or HP Mercury, Motor
;' THE Flee-T MARKET i : Trade Heavy For Duty Motorcycle or Small Fiberglass top,and Trailer 500.00

'. A FREE PERSONAL WANT.SERVICE Car of Equal value Ext 144 Cecil! work phone 772-3588, home phone
..........
,t tr' for Military and Civilian Employees cf NAS Jax and NAS Cecil FieldFREE 781-7537

.... ------ _.._-------------- .Ja' For Sate: Sears WASHER and -_4.AT PS PB
,
,- : Q DRYER ((11/2 years old) $150.00 64 OLDS CONV ,
I"" WANT AD ORDER FORM I Sears REFRIGERATOR' fair Engine and Body in Perfect
condition runs good $25.00 phone shape New Tires VP-49 Electric
I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) I no. 786-0912 Shop (Nights) 786.5835 Charley

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,, I 4 MAGS, 4 ADAPTER PLATESfor 1970 MACH I MUSTANG' 351

I. Ii: '' : _. 11'>, ':., -, '." I 69'VW plus WIDE TIRES 14 cu.ln. New Tires, Ball Joints, and
.."", 264.3197 Brake Shoes. $1500.00 Call 771-
I inch, AH( as Is $125.00
-....-.. 6558 After 4PM
I .
i .0& .. .
1966 APACHE TENT TRAILERIn -- -
very good condition Sleeps Six For Sale 1969 PONTIAC GTO,
i 1 TYPE.OR CLEAR'L Y PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATIO'BELOW .1 $450.00 Ext. 526 Days 388-8648 AC, New Tires, Brakes, Excellent -
I I BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. Nights Mechanical Condition

"" I ....-,.- $850.00 Call 772-0678. after 5 PM
1970 CHEVY IMPALA 4DR H.T. .......-.

I. 'I Name Office or activity to which assigned Iii 350 Eng. Turbo-Hydro Trans. PS, TV 20" B&W CONSOLE Radio,
Tinted W-S R&H $1600.00 Ext 526 Phonograph' and Bar $90 Silver

I' Days 389-8648 nights. 7'X'MAS Tree $6 Boys & Girls
: Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature ****** Clothing 50c to $4.00 Dress Suit,

For Sale Lady Kenmore AUTO Coats 743-3092
.1 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all Information requested, le: Full I DISH WASHER $50.00 Ext. 526 or ..--
.,.A' military civilian employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I 388-8648 NEW RADIAL TIRE Size 185 R
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his or'rank. '
signature grade rate,
office or activity I .....-... 14(735.14)( );Blackwall,.Dunlop SP-
to Which he Is
assigned and office
I 2. Free advertising In the "Flee-T MARKET" telephone. This
will be limited to: Offers to buy sell or rent housing information is for authentication only ,and your ad I For Sale NORGE ELECTRIC 41, Mounted on Mustang Wheel,
I for personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell should be worded Independently 'this information. I STOVE 3 ,years old Good Con New Valve, All for $40 771-5977
I personal:- property; offers of or requests for rides to dition $75.00 PH 264-8907 (evenings)
I and from work; announcements of educational 5. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In I .. .. ....-.....
.NN.
courses offered by nonprofit organizations or the following edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals wilt be 'accepted arriving after that date Adswill willbe placed tn the I OAK HILL PK, 3BR, 2BA, DR, 1967 VW BUG Radio, 4 Track,
I I only If the words "PCS" (for military), or following week's edition. be run only one I CH&A, Utility Rm, Newly Air, New Tires, Brakes and
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the time, unless submitted as prescribed above. I Painted, Fenced Yd, Extra Sticker $750 771-8821
I Jacksonville area) are included In the wording of the ,
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied ,. No phone:' calls ,will be ,accepted regarding I Sharp, $26,500 772-9131
I
; by the word "Free". "Flee: -T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR For Sale WhirlpoolREFRIGERATOR.FREEZER
I NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide I 2
3. All ads must be typed or,clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I For Sale 1972 GRAND PRIX
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed Excell. Cond. Air, Power Win yrs. old Excellent Cond. 13.0
'" I in each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No I dows AM-FM Stereo RADIO, cu.ft. Bought Larger one. $175.00
will be rejected. more than two (2)) ads per week per person will be I Vinyl Top, low mileage 268.9539 Call, 771-5777

I'I'I 4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee.T accepted. I -
\ MARKET" Editor, CO JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg.; 1, I. Ads appearing to be tn the promotion of a .' I For Sale: 23,000 BTU Sears '69 DODGE PU, AT, AC, CB
NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 Radio contained ,
business, or which do not meet the above Coldspot AIR CONDITIONER camper
I. OR"FleeT requirements, will be.relected.. The publisher I IVa gears old, Under Warranty top shape Phone. after 3 PM 771-
I MARKET" Editor 0 LATWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ad$. I 4325 '
I 111, NAS Cecil Field Florida 32215. These forms $175.00 Phone 772-0996 anytime

.10w-Ii fififf l8l-fifiwfif w-ww-w -----.--- I until 9PM
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.n. Gas Saver 71 HONDA SL 350 New

\ Penney's PORTABLE DISHWASHER DUPLEX two bedroom furnished) For Sale 1970 TORINO 302 AC PS 73 HONDA 500 Like New Extras. Tag, Insp, and Tuned, 6,000

Avocado 3 yrs ,old. 125-mpnth $75.00 deposit IICf and PB AT R&H Days 772-3405: Nights Must Sell, Phone 771.6378 miles,.Dirt or Street Asking $450
Hardwood cutting Bd.Grooved( ) pets OK Call 282-5947 .. '
781-0823 -
: Best Offer-" ,N...- 771-6732 C'-- ;" :. ;', '
Very Good Cond. 771-0365 4
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1970 TORINO'302 Auto PS PB --
,
--- KARMAN GIA 1966 Needs New '
: N..N.N. For Sale: Early American Sofa,
'i R&H, Ext. 3405, NAS, Jax.
: Large REFRIGERATOR Good Top Convertible Runs very good.. 68 MUSTANG PS, AT, R&H, AC, Slightly worn matching chair,
Evening 781.0823 Best Offer Be
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CondltipQ Q $65.00 AM-FM ,Stereo Re-built.Eng. $350 771.9557 21 MPG Excel Cond., New Tires' 'Seen In Front of Bldg No.1 Lamps, Tables, % mattress and
Radio.with tape Deck 65.00 Call ,-- ,$1175 772-9131= box springs? 264-4773
after 6:00: pm 282.4638 By Owner 3 Bedroom 2 Baths .-.NNN
YARD SALE: Dec.1st&2nd In
-.-. Large Family Room Central CLASSES In OIL and ACRYLIC ORANGE PARK At Bellalr For Sale Large DUO-THERM
Apts.
For SaleCADILLAC Heat and Air Pouble Garage WW Painting to Begin in January, Behind Apt.60 Toys, Clothes, HEATER (no blower) $35 Ex.
FLEETWOOD BROUGHAM Carpet Fenced 264-3068 Beginners welcome $25.00 for 10
Dishes, Electric train, cellent Call( 7714211 Ext 8134
Loaded Excellent Condltlpo Full wks. Call Gwen Fuller 771.9258
PANASONIC AM FM Mon. thru Fri. 9.2 Ask for
Power Good Tlre.s: A Steal at Wanted: FROST FREE "Agnes"
RECEIVER, Etc.
$950.00 772.7673 REFRIGERATOR FREEZER 1970 MACH I MUSTANG 351 ..
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N.N NN Chlltjrens Chairs and Table Cu.ln. New, Tires, Ball Joints, 1954 FORD CUSTOM 4DR Runs Wanted: Small SLEEP-IN
BICYCLE boys Raleigh Chopper (School Type) B&W or Color TV Brake Shoe. $1500.00 Call 771-6558 Good, Body Damaged Make TRAVEL TRAILER 396-9864 or
I I 20 I", 5 speed Good Cond. Best Call 771-8075 After .4PM 772-2401 Ask for Roberts
I Offer, You,R store 388-0435 '
I offer over $40 Call 264-"" ---N '..-

HONDA TRAIL 70 Less' than 150 Craig' Auto. 8 TRACK TAPE 13'h' Arrowglass BASS BOAT, 90 Will PERSON who FOUND
.. 'SEWING MACHINE (Japanese) 'mi'::Jikq new $300 Ph. 733.8809 PLAYER' with 2.5" Speakers.New HP Evenrude $950.00 Also: 1972 WATCH outside KING HALL
'
wltti Console Cabinet, Deluxe -- $70.00 Calnpbell "1-3211 Ext HARLEY DAVIDSON 350 Sprint Sunday please call 77 .0558 WasBoys
Full SI2 Heavy Duty 'ZIgZapModel ,OAK HILL PK 3 BR, 2 BA DR 676 398.3736after5PM: $450.00 284-5236 after 5 ,PM Birthday gift.
wltn BulltI". '.Stltbes $119 BIRO CH&A Utillt Rm, newly '
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,.. mort.772-9131 'TRAILER' 'Exceu'entC
; CAMP:
f ,;w., ..' hardtop V-8, factory air, power Condition 772-3561 or 2
NN..NN Phone 778-1346 or see at automatic
steering vinyl roof.
7921 Triumph Lane Oak Hill Park 43000()()() miles $2,150 Phone 264328717so.
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TIt Cycles, cars the sameFT. : .1


AMADOR.-Much has until it is too late to avoid an'accU

been written about rules of the dent. The driver of the first car .

road for motorcyclists. However, should allow a reasonable distance -

some automobile drivers do not between himself and ,the

seem to realize that two-wheeled motorcycle. The passing car

vehicles are entitled to the same driver must allow a safe distance

r, courtesy and privileges on before cutting back into the driv-

n thoroughfares as any other ve ing lane
hicle.

As a driver you may be startled
The margin of for
safety
the'cy
at the of
sight
; motor-cyclist
approaching -
clist is
one car length per 10 mile
.
from the opposite di-
rection for often it seems he is rid- an hour At a speed of 40 'miles

ing perilously close to the center this means he needs four car

has been estimated that at line. He may well be, but this is lengths for safe braking*but,con-

least ten thousand Jews servedin still s side of the road and from trary to ,command knowledge

the Union and Confederate the cyclist's point of view, this is modem 'cycles (except the very

Armies during the Civil War; i an ideal place to ride since it affords heavy ones and motor scooters)
the safest track giving him can be braked in, a shorter distance -
this represented four to five percent
d than an automobile. When
of the estimated Jewish population good visibility and more maneuvering
in America. room to avoid vehicles in his following a motorcycle, allow
raised lane of traffic; plenty of distance, even severalcar
Jewish companies were
When lengths more than you would
in Chicago, Syracuse, Macon and motorcyclists use the
"wheel track" near the shoulderof for a four-wheeled vehicle. This
There also
West Point.
were companies -
the road there is a tendency for will eliminate the danger of a rear
such
Light Infantry
as end collision if the should
drivers of four wheel cyclist
cars to try to
.Blues of Richmond and CompanyD ".
use the same traffic lane possibly have to, suddenly brake. .
,
of the Eighth New York Na '
crowding the cyclist off the road.
tional Guard Regiment in which
Often the area between RetiredEnlisteds -.
automobile -
large numbers of Jews served.
wheel tracks is coated
The fact that so few Jewish
with a film of oil, which cycliststry
companies were organized did
to avoid due to the inherent
not stem from any lack of patriotism .
danger.
the Jews but froma
among
When passing a motorcycle"
reluctance to form Jewish en- set bazaar
travelling in the same direction,
claves in the Army.A FOR YOUR VIEWING PLEASURE, Lisa Davis will be at the Naval
make a complete lane change as \
Jew,the Reverend FerdinandL. Regional Medical Center's Annual Christmas Ball to give a belly you would for any four-wheeled Jax-The Retired Enlisted

Sarner, served as chaplain of dancing demonstration. The Ball is scheduled for Dec.7 from 7 p.m. to vehicle. Avoid getting too close to Association and its Auxilary will

the 54th New,York Volunteer in 12:30 a.m. at the. Officers Club.Without. the cycle since passing him by a hold a Bazaar Saturday at the

fantry. Enlisting in the Army on matter of inches creates a corner of Blanding Blvd. and

April 10, 1863, at Brooks Station, dangerous buffeting effect on the Harlow.
Virginia Chaplain Sarner served AdvertisingYou cyclist. All proceeds will go toward

until October 3, 1864, when he Always be alert when passing hosting the association's national
discharged because of a Wouldn't KnowHONDA convention.The .
was
t another car for the possibility of a
wound.that he had received dur- motorcycle which may be directly group has also scheduled a

ing the battle of Gettysburg.A ahead()the car, and screened by Christmas Party for Dec. 19 at 7

German immigrant, Chap- the vehicle you are overtaking. A p.m. in Bldg. 593.
lain Sarner received a Doctor of vehicle tailgating a cycle can put All retirees and their wives are

Philosophy degree from the University the cyclist in a blindspot and obscure welcome. Make your reser-

of Hesse. Upon his arrivalin him from the passing auto vations now by, calling 7717413.

America he served for a time as, .
the'rabbi of' Brith Kodesh Con-

York.gregation,' in Rochester. New OF JACKSONVILLE OUT OF SIGHT *

SALES SERVICE PARTSJilontetfa : .
Dr. Sarner was chosen by the "
men of the 54th to be their chap- CO, GO DANCERS

lain not because of his faith-
All I I *
most of them were Christianbut s VIVA ", Topless

because of the fact that he
BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS
spoke German and that he was I
highly educated. r 1JAMtII2AMo.Uy)
1080 Cassat Ave. 3M- +1& .-

The 54th had an active combat

career. During the! year and a half
Welcome all arrivals to Florida ':
of Sarner's service, the regimentsaw new

and Gettysburg action at, Chancellorsville and in the inva- 6425 NORWOOD AVE. 764.2419 ....come and see a new way to I live! !

sion of South Carolina as well as

Gettysburg where Dr. Sarner received -

his wound. -
After the war Dr. Sarner taught

languages at various schools in YOUR LOT. -
New York, .and! preached' from ON .. : '

time synagogues.to time THE in various NEW 2 to 4 BEDROOM HOMES f : 1cM :





FRAMERYFormerly 1 = h j SERVICE PERSONNEL! Put your

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H'ae "S'+r.+ewe'"
Dungarees now OK "" 4 aaa .p. i 7t t .. Officergrading
I.ill

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:. !! that Enlisted being phased out. changedBUPERS
I iI j I i Women are now Existing supplies of : Ay .
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, authorized to wear the women's work uniformsare $ s

f. men's denim dungaree- to be used until __ has announced
chambray shirt uniform or depleted. that the new officer fitness
the new enli Ced working Another recent uniform report forms are to be first
blues. They can also now change concerns the men's used for the Jan. 31, 1974
wear the men's blue peacoat. To make it more reports on active duty

4 working jacket. compatable with the new Ensigns and W-l: Warrant
:, .t Women's fore and aft service dress blue 6' "1t Officers.

: : hats, command baseball uniform, the black plastic The new fitness report
caps, or men's working buttons on the peacoat are form is to be used to
;,.i caps are prescribed with to be replaced with silver evaluate all active duty
;, 1 the uniforms at command oxidized buttons. These officers (except flag of-
, buttons will be available in
discretion. ficers), and all reserve
i both Navy Exchanges and of-
officers (except flag
enlisted
\ In the past,
Small Stores and
shortly,
ficersduring) their active
' women in jobs requiring;! .are to be added to the
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for
1 working uniforms were duty training periods.The
peacoat by all enlistedmen
new form and the
limited to wearing thewomen's
E-6 and below ::4
priorto L
;J work uniform. new system are designedto
July 1. 1975. ,
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a xafakAweYan.z'kL x. aspects of performance,
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sters.The parent need not look for an under-the-counter source for these unsafe and
mission contribution and
lethal weapons.They are available! in a number of stores and have even found their
cash .
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The new system will

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I I An inseparable, deadly pair I I I'Two





drugs in modern
society.....nicotine and alcohol measured the performanceof ing the subjects was to change so small as to be
the subjects who volun- duplicate geometric symbols nonsignificant. Similarly,
to be
-seem inseparable teered to drink and smoke '15 seconds after seeing .:- the shift from nq smokingto
in social settings. In '
for science. them. Next had
low nicotine
they : 'produced
bars, the ash tray is
much in the drink as Working with 16 sub :to try keeping a pointeron a nonsignificant change in
use as
jects, he provided each a spot on a solwly test performance. '
parties glasses i, and, conversationalgroups at cocktail with enough of a mixtureof moving turntable, and to Before beginning the f f1/1II
always to vodka and orange juiceto do ,jt, for two minutes. study, Dr. Murphee had
seem
raise the blood Each had three -
consist of with alcohol person assumed that he would
people a content to about 0.07 per tries at following the find nicotine improvingthe
drink in hand and
one a '
cent. A with 0.15 point on the turntable
cigarette in the other. person performance of an Intoxicated
per cent blood alcohol is The results serve' to person. But the
legally drunk; a person point 'up the .value of results did not confirm
CombinationWhat with 0.10 per cent is legally knowing nicotine contents this. Instead, nicotine accentuated -
impaired of cigarettes, if all other the detrimental
does this combina- He then tested the sub- factors in enjoying smok effect of alcohol on co
tion of drugs do to the jetcs for their ability to ing are kept equal.Decrease ordination.
workings of the human concentrate, to duplicate Another
body? All too often, stud- geometrical figures or ,I interesting
from the
finding study was
ies of the effects of drugson symbols, and to see and For example, there wasa t the persistence of the effect -
.,
the body confine their react to a stimulus under marked decrease in abil-, of a high-nicotine '
attention to the single several conditions: not ity to perform tests:.when cigarette in the body.
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drug, without consideringthe smoking, smoking ciga- shifting from a l low.;hico-::;- ,After smoking one of
context in which the ,' :
rettes with a low nicotine tine to a high-nicotine them, several subjectswere
drug enters the body. If content, and smoking ciga- cigarette. The' shift from tested ,immediatelyand
each;of two drugs affects rettes with a high nico- a' high-nicotine ,cigaretteto again after a half- S
the body in particular tine content. no smoking produced, a hour rest period. -II- )
ways, what is their effect The difference in the two gain in test performance. -:
when they enter the body commercial brands of cigarettes The reverse, shifting fromno The half-hour was not ;
almost simultaneously l' represented an smoking to a highnicotine long enough to allow the
nicotine effect to dissipate.Test .
cigarette, tended to
This basic question is. eightfold difference in
nicotine levels. The low- confirm the previous finding performance contin-
what Dr. Henry Murpheeof
ued to be adversely affected -
because test performance -
the Rutgers University nicotine cigarettes had 0.2
despite the rest
Center of Alcohol Studies milligrams of nicotine;' was markedly and
period.
wanted to answer by a the high-nicotine cigarettehad adversely affected.The ns
careful research project in 1.6 milligrams of nico- shift from a low The flavor may not last,
which he controlled the ,nicotine cigarette to no but the effect, .certainly
intake of the drugs and tine.The first task confront-, smoking produced did.. .



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1, liSorne.f hard facts about dischargesThe I



,, barracks lawyers have never made up their trative.- Bad conduct and undesirable discharges are WHAT EMPLOYERS SAY
111 minds about discharges. punitive given only by sentence of special or general According to Ray Shimomura, Veterans' Employment
Leaving the military with anything but an honorable courtmartial.The Representative with a state employment.service,.
discharge will ruin the rest of your life say some. general discharge-often given when a soldieris employers may never ask what kind of a dischargean
No.the others reply,no one on the outside cares what determined to be unsuitable for further military service ex-serviceman has. .
kind of discharge you get. -is issued under honorable conditions. Thereforethe "Many employers here don't ask about discharges,"
To find out who was right we contacted military attor veteran with a general discharge is granted all Shimomura said. "And almost none of them ask fora
: neys and personnel specialists. Veterans Administration : benefits given the veterans with honorable discharges.But DD 214." (The DD 214 is the report of transfer or
officials state and federal civil servants who ruleon because the general discharge is defined as "not discharge given each member of the Armed. Forces .
eligibility for various veterans' benefits and private sufficiently meritorious to warrant an honorable discharge when he leaves active duty)
employers. > ," an ex-serviceman with a general dischargemay Asked whether veterans with general discharges had
Major findings: have difficulty explaining it in civilian life. more difficulty finding jobs than those with honorable
p General and undesirable discharges are not Of the three"bad"discharges-undesirable,bad con- discharges, Shimomura said, "If a veteran brings up
', automatically upgraded. Review and appeal proce- duct and dishonorable-only the first is given adminis- the fact that he got a general discharge, it may make
t dures are available but only one soldier in 64 who tratively. Soldiers found unfit for military service frequently things more difficult. Actually, I tell folks not to men-
1 receives a less-than-honorable discharge succeeds' in are given undesirable discharges. Typical tion a general discharge. Very few employers will ask
having it upgraded. ; :' examples of unfitness are drug dependence, overt about it."
A less-than-honorable discharge or Court- homosexuality, and dishonorable failure to'pay debts. One large department store chain does ask about
; martial conviction, even for a felony, does not affect Also an individual granted a discharge in lieu of a court- discharges. "When a person applies for a job, we
: voting rights in Hawaii. However,it may in other states. martial usually receives an undesirable discharge.A ask what kind military discharge he has,"said a store
I J;;. Under the Federal Gun Control Act individuals bad conduct discharge can result only from the personnel official. "But we don't check it out unless
with dishonorable discharges prohibited from possessing sentence of a special or'general court-martial; a'dishonorable tt4we decide to hire him.
r firearms. Also, anyone convicted by court-. discharge can be given only, by a general "Unless he has special talents we're unlikely to hire
.,.:, martial of an offense for which the maximum permis- court-martial. A sentence specifying either of these discharges .,.a man who doesn't have an honorable discharge.. It's
p sable penalty is more than one year loses the right to must be approved by the convening authority ,the same as the difference between a man with a recordat J
((1 \ own or use firearms. before it can be executed. "
the police station and a man with. an unblemished
E .
Those holding undesirable bad conduct and dis- UPGRADING DISCHARGES record. Why take'a chance?"
I honorable discharges are unlikely to receive veterans'
The personnel manager of a national computer firm
benefits. But those with dishonorable discharges are. Discharges can be upgraded-but few are.
I automatically barred from applying. Most of those who .: Despite rumors to the contrary, there is no automatic said his company asked about discharges on_its employ
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ment application, though it did not ask for the DD 214;:
I upgrading of discharge. Nor
; can Congressmen .
hold undesirable or bad conduct discharges apply any geta '
I may "
'The information is
informative
primarily he said.
f ; for benefits, and in some cases receive them. discharge changed "We don't
Ex-servicemen necessarily research it. An undesirable or
with general undesirable discharges
I Though employers frequently do ask the veteran or dishonorable
discharge would further investigation
as well as individuals with bad conduct dis trigger
\ t what type of discharge he received, employers often.. '
,just as an arrest record would. But we would.
charges resulting from courts-martial ask
special ,
do not ask to see discharge papers. When employers. may
But
don't
review board we arbitrarily throw out an application
a to consider their cases. Individuals with
\ ask for discharge They to do
papers are unlikely so
because
dishonorable a man has an arrest record or a dishonorable
discharges, or bad conduct discharges
until the last stages of the hiring process. discharge..
resulting from a general court martial, may not use
r TYPES OF DISCHARGES the review board.They may, however, appeal their discharges "When we consider someone, for a job, we try to
Y to the Board for the'' Correction qf Military evaluate the total person. A man's military record is
Most servicemen never have to deal with problems. Records. If it,can be.shown that the bad conduct or only' part of the, picture. % 'ftv ". '
'. created by less-than-honorable discharges. Only five dishonorable discharge was given in error, that board "I can't honestly say I've ever zeroed in a guy's type
t per cent have been general, undesirable, bad conduct may upgrade the original discharge. of discharge. I can't remember a case where". .that's" ,
; and dishonorable discharges. been determining factor." -':?',

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JAX AR| NEWS.AIRWINGER| | PAGE 23

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Intramural Bowling NAS SPECIAL SERVICES I.
I DEPENDENT ACTIVITY QUESTIONAIKE f

final NAS Jacksonville Special Service is planning the organization of' a \. I
into three weeks of dependent activities program for dependents of sultan sponsors and. I
retired personnel within the area. The program is intended to provide'
organized leisure ti.e activities. which will eet the recreational: I
Jax-With only three weeks left needs and interests of dependent youths and adults and thereby contribute
stayed in contention for the The to the Morale and welfare of the allitart sponsor 'I,
In the NAS Jax Winter In- second place position and thus a them to Please Indicate the activities the dependent members of your family I
tramural Bowling Leagues, two spot in the bowl-offs with three top spot would be, interested in participating
leagues got a week off before wins over FASO. The three wins moved to TEAM < INDIVIDUAL SPORTS HOBBIES CRAFTS I
their final efforts towards a spotin left them I'
Just three
and a half Late BASKETBALL CERAMICS._ __, .
the bowl-offs as a result of the .
games behind AFEES and the The BOWLING FLYINGFOOTBALL
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Thanksgiving holiday. GOLF LEATHEKCKAi-r .
Dirty % Dozen. Stars PHOTOGRAPHY I
ATLANTIC LEAGUE Residue and the Bean Burners American KANDIA1.L." AUTOMOTIVE .
The Atlantic Bowling Leaguewas fought it out for last place in the week 'and JUDO TFNNIS '' OTHER WOODWORKING""" '". 1 ..
one of the three leagues league with the Bean Burners wins and SWIMMIES"""""" '
unable to gain rest,but the No. 1 winning the cherished SCUBA DIVING"1> '
spot by cent OTHER .
NarJax team didn't seem to mindas losing three. The three wins put ;.' 'Ii.
they rolled two matches and Residue a game ahead of the it was OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES SOCIAL wrar; ;. I .
,won five games. Bean Burners ''Lt 's Z'
was more SAILING BRIDGE _
Two of their wins came in a AMERICAN LEAGUEThe BICYCLIW DA.NCINu"" '
split with the second place Leftovers CAMPING """ SCOUTS'
moved to within their third FISHING SLIMNASTTTT>>
AFEES team and left AFEES six four games of first place and OTHER OTHER _T .
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games behind. Mike Holmes helped everbody else gain groundon The .J.."
a large role in NarJax'stwo the Would you be interested in activities during the school year. ,
played League leading Late League's Septeaber Nay ; SuuerT ________
wins with a 620 set that Included Chargers in action that took placein was idle i

games of 199, 218 and 203.NarJax's the American Bowling League easily lost Do attivities you have or any those constructive that may be suggestions proposed concerning_______present_ 1'. soo dependent.please.
other three wins last week., place use reverse side S "".

came against the Loafers with John Stephen's 205 'was the from the Total number of dependents: Male Female ________
Clint Dycus contributing a 201 inspiration for the Leftovers The four '.
Ages 6. 12; 12.16; T6.21; 21- Over '
game in the Loafers only win. three wins. game
PLEASE RETUR1 THIS QUESTIONAIRB TO SPECIAL SERVICES BUILDING 620., r
The Dirty Vi Dozen managed to The third place Woodpeckerstook the OR DROP COXES LOCATED AT NAVY EXCHANGE FACILITIES AND COMMISSARY.
tie AFEES for the second place full advantage of the Late six games '
spot with three wins over the Mo Chargers losses by sweeping all The .
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Fos as Bob Swain threw in a 234 four from the Crossed Bananas teams
game in the Mo Fos only win.The and the second place Good and and again
three wins left Dirty ft Dozen tied Bad team did almost as well
for second In wins but they have when Ken Coots rolled a 204 and Hustlers THE HAREM *
four more losses than AFEES. led his team to three wins over Busters.
The fourth place Busch Buds the Busch Leaguers. Hustlers 7

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L BUSCH BUDS 31% 28V4 were tied

LATE CHARGERS 35 13 MO FOS 28% 31% spot. Lovely home Avondale"'f/
GOOD AND BAD 34 18 FASO 28 32 The Pop

WOODPECKERS .... .! 33 19 LOAFERS. 22 38 for the Easy access_TO Roosevelt.*& Normandy Blvd. Red bride:3 4g.; ,
LEFTOVERS 31 21 RESIDUE 21% 38% Lloyd ''. .
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ROSE'S RAIDERS 28 24 ,BEAN BURNERS 20% 39% 216 nor did refrigerator. Outdoor BDQ Grill.Gas hot water heater

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CROSSED BANANAS 22 30 NATIONAL LEAGUEW h
SUPERSTARS 3 53 L FLORIDA CROWN PROPERTIES INC.

REBELS 45 15 The REALTOR MLS. .
CONTINENTAL LEAGUEW SOLEX 42 10 didn't roll 354-2700
L 'FICEUR5 33 23 last week
GAFFERS 42 18 RAT PACK 31% 24% but the
GEMS 41 19 LIFERS 27 29 FICEUR 1.
THUNDERBOLTS 36 24 MARINE BKS 24 32 earlier in
PIN BUSTERS '34 26 CHIEFS 21 31 The
HUSTLERS 32 24 DRAGONS No. 13 19 Marines .j
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LEPRECHAUNS 32 28 MAD FOXES No.1 12% 39%, they tied at ,
WOMEN'S LIB 22 30 HANGOVERS 11 37 of their : \ "J
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ROOKIES 18 41 e
CHAMECHS 16. 40

ATLANTIC LEAGUEW "The Last of the True ,. : t.1ti

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Rita Merritt wins U-PIC-EM ;


: ties McKeen for season title ;, GAD U.PIC EM,

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J -What can we say? week is the last week of the to beat kansas but Kansaswon -' I ."

The ladies have done it contest. I decided on ..
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in': again! For the second Rita Merritt, an accounting Kansas this time." She S; ." .

Ii'' consecutive week and for clerk at the Navy said her pick of Denverwas RANK OR TITLE AGE._.,_.. ,I ', I
qtr, the fifth time this year a Exchange, is this week's her toughest as it tooka .' ''''
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?It" woman has won the U-PIC- winner and she became, couple of hours .,of PHONE DUTY STATION;'I I ..1;:\i

.,,". EM contest. our female candidate for determined deliberation (Games tor the weekend 01 December 1) :, I :.
: before she made '
And, this week's winner premier prognosticates finally ".
was also a winner just four when she turned in the her choice. ,MIAMI: NOTRE DAME .<1',
,
\ .weeks ago. That means we only perfect ballot (tie 'LSU TULANE '. ,:"
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+ 5 now have a female can- games are counted as By winning her second ,. '

didate and a male can- correct guesses for contest of the year, :Ms. BAYLOR.. -' '" j _. RICE i .":.....,,'t..'.'

didate for the title of everyone) of the week. Merritt ,has tied Tom FSU FLORIDA, I, .',I I";'
season champ and this She also won the first McKeen of Public Works '-:J I '.,:, ,.jARMY ',",

''' -, ".,,-,"" contest of November when for the title of season NAVY I \, ."J: :.
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y ''Y.,'.. y" she was the only one who champ, a title that goes to TENNESSEEI VANDERBILT_I _.< -t' ,

came closer than three the person with the most '
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: misses to a perfect ballotin wins during the course of AUBURN ALABAMA 1

a week that was.marked the season. GEORGIA TECHGEORGIA ..
i ..' ':..:' .\ by several major upsets !:I,. .,:
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BUFFALO__. ATLANTA ;",;
While there were a few' With only this week's ;

," upsets,last weekend, none ballot left we could well NEW ORLEANS_ GREEN BAY-
y of them were of major end up with a tie for season

i proportions, but the ones champ. Who knows, we TIE-BREAKER: Predict final score of the game

r;i s iI that did cause some could even end up with a between Army and Navy. Indicate all other winners
with check mark.
: : trouble Kansas' a
1 I were win three way tie if any of the
over Missouri and Denver's other winners should BALLOT BOXES for NAS and Cecil Field are located at the Navy
Exchanges near the LayAway counters or ballot can be brought to the
win over Kansas happen to finish up on a respective newspaper offices.Ballots must be In by 1 p.m. every Fridayor
City. they won't be picked up and no ballots will be accepted at the
1 winning note this week., newspaper offices after this time.
J Ms. Merritt said she
; Whatever happens, we
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Hospital two games resultin r Intramural
AIMD downs MPO
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72-59 loss and 72-70 winJaxA ; .

-- then loses HS-11 'f
win and a loss was what Fuller and Standings: to : :
Whitehurst
did most
the Hospital basketball team hadto
show for their efforts last weekas of their scoring in the first half AMERICAN LEAGUE Jax--AIMD won its second scorers while Tony MirabeUa ;
they first lost,to NATTC 72-59, with Fuller collecting 16 of his 18 'W L basketball game of the new was MPO's only one with r 10 :
then won 72-70 over 679th. and Whitehurst 12 of his .16. FICEUR 11 ,I season last week, 66-43 over the points. > p :
Williams took up the,slack.In the GEMS .10. 2 Military Personnel Office
John Whitehurst scored 16 second half with HOSPITAL 's (MPO) and then
16 of his 20. l' became HS-ll's AIMD led HS-1141.40 at halftime
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in the first half
points and Even though 679th lost VW-4' 5 5 third straight victim with a 94-74
they of their game but that'was
finished up'with 22 but it wasn'tenough NDRC
claimed loss.
high scorer honors with 3 9 before Mort McCarthy started
to stop NATTC. Bill John Schurtz's 26 points. They VP4 2 9 Lee Spencer had the hot hand in hitting. McCarthy was HS-ll's "
Aaron was NATTC's top scorer also out shot AIMD 10 AIMD's win when he scored
Hospital at the free- .1. 21 top scorer with 20 and 14 of those "
with 20 points.Whitehurst throw line with points:David London with and
their 22 of 39 as NATIONAL LEAGUE 13 20 came in the second half. HS-11
got a lot of help inHospital's compared to Hospital's four Kevin Gordon with 10 wereAIMD's
of 16.Bearden's 'W; L had three other men in double
second of '
game the WEAPONS 11' other double? figure bapilla
1 figures' with Livio
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when his ,
week 16 points were only
45 VP-5
11 1 NDRC scoring 12 while Arthur Pattersonand
third best as Robert Williams VP-J6 recovers
scored 20 and Bryant Fuller io 4 Dana Stimpert were scoring
leads FoxesJaxBrady MARTD 16 each.
5
scored 18 In their win over 679th. CPW-l1 7 5 7 for 74-72, win

Tuggey leadsMARTD first effort of Bearden the basketball outdid his NARJAX SUPPLY 4 9 over 679th High scoring honors, however,
1 10
went to David London AIMD
season by one point last week GROUND POUNDERS 1 11 Jax-NDRC won their second
win with his 29 points Kevin Gordon
when he hit for 45 points and led
straight in basketball last
game and Harold
backed
Jennings
Jax-Paul Tuggey scored 25 his VW-4.VP-5 team to a. 95-65 win over Intramural week and sent 679th down to their London up with 19 and 14 points,
points and led his MARTD teamto Volleyball third straight defeat with a,74-72 respectively.
their first win of the new Vic Slider contributed 17 to VP- : .
basketball season, 68-34 over 5's cause while VW-4 was ledby Standing win.They had to come from behindto 4
Data Processing DepartmentDPD Alan Parker with 17 and Aubrey do it however,as 679th led 35-30 HS-l's Lemaster
( ) Wilson with 14. AMERICAN LEAGUE at the half.Angel Rivera played a1'

Levin King support Tuggey Ops overcomes w "L big part in NDRC's comeback scores 30 points
with 15 points while James VW-4 13 5. when he scored of his 14 pointsin
Grogan was DPD's highest FASO lead NATTC 10 2 the second half. Jax-HS-l won a 44-34
scorer with 11.Ping. HS-7 : 9 5 NDRC's balanced scoring basketball victory over the Fleet
for 77-72 win vp-5 ",#r,:9 7 attack also consisted ,of Gilbert Air Photo Lab (FAPL) last week
HS-llNo.l 7 7 Austin with 12, James Troupe in what was almost a two man,
[ PongStandings Jax-FASO was a winner in its 679th 4 8 with 12 and Dee'Oliver with 14. duel. .
first game of the season and Air NATIONAL LEAGUE' 679th had to settle for the best Bill Lemaster scored 30 of HS-
Ops was a loser but they swapped 'w L free throw percentage:with 15 of l's 44 points while Vince
roles last week when Air Ops wona NARJAX 11 3 24 as compared to NDRC's two of Jakucenis scored 26 of his team's.
,'',' w L 71-72 -come-from-behind FICEUR 11 3 seven and also the highest scorer 34' .-
NARJAX No,1 18 0 decision from FASO. VP-49 5 11 with John Schurtz and his 30 This game marked a first, in,
NARJAX No.2 13 3 FASO held a 13 point lead at the NDRC 5 11JIS.ll points. NAS basketball history when
VP-49 9 5 half but Garry Pope took chargefor No.2 2 8 The loss marked the third Sally Ervin of HS-1 became the
'VP-16 t' "'9' 10 Air Ops in the second half and "VP-56' 0 1 straight time 679th has lost by first woman ever to participate in'
NDRC'. ,J .n. 8 8 scored 19 of his 23 p ints. Mervin MARTD, 0 14 either. One or two points the male dominated sport. .
CAAC .! 7 6 Randolph was the top scorer for
MEDICAL>,,, ; .. 6' 7 .Air Ops, however, with his 26
VW-4 .' 6 10 points. AN EXCLUSIVE COMMUNITY...

679th 5 9 FASO also had two 20 point
FICEURL 1.:, 12 men when Willard Martin scored : "
MARTD 1 12 25 and Don Johnson scored 24. 'r.w, .


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''''''''''''' k Carter '' 546

IJ,:: i. k' ; 'l" : : CECIL SPORTS'n David Flores Brown ',544 536 530, Veterans


1 t' By Joe P. Parker W.Haas Howard t'i520 512 AskQHow

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i itl 507
it on Medical jumping to a 20 Schultz
BASKETBALL
\ t VS-32.- 50 504
{!"N ,f VS-24 -,59 VS-31.47 point lead at the half. Fulton and Delacruz many changes of pro-
each had 14 points for gram can a veteran, make under
1 ; Medical 24 VS-32 pressed VS-31 the whole Kloppel WINTER,LEAGUE .
!! VA- I. ATLANTIC the G.I Bill?
) Andrews scored 10 of his 14 game causing nemerous turnovers -
TEAM STANDINGS Public Law 92-540,
: 1\ ;'' total points in the 3rd quarter and to, win the battle of VMS 74 29-11 A-Under ,
L \ / Tri ggs added 11 points in the 2nd Hangar 14.Moore and Smalls had VS-24.40 VA-174N0.2 one voluntary change is permitted
i 27.13
\ VA46 No.1 :. is for
required
VA counseling
;.. \' .i t. quarter to lead VS-24 over 16 and 14 points for VS-32. High VS-45's Murray' scored 30 VS-30 25-15
points and Garrett added 21 moreas any additional changes.
Medical.
;i' hapless scorers for VS-31 were Jackson 24V4-15V4
Blackbirds smothered NAMTD No.2' Q-Any truth to rumors that VA
the VS-
VA-45-61 with 14 and Solberg with 12.. The '22.18
'I\ VS-Sl-41 lead continuously changed hands 24.. High 'man in losing. effort SUPPLY 22-18 plans to close some of its hospitals

\ Garrett dumped in 18 points throughout the game with 4 was Hanna with 16 points. SECURITY
21.19
1 \ ,, and T. Murray added 14 as the points being the biggest marginof BOWLINGCoNational VA-45 No. A-VA has no plans to close any
VA-174N0.1 21.19 of its 168 hospitals. In fact, new
VA-45 Blackbirds continue to roUt the contest. League Standings:
: \ 1 J Jackson tallied 12 for VS-31: 'VS-30.45 AIMD Avionics 17V4-6V4 NAMTD No.1 20-20 ones are currently under con

\ FASO 60 OPS 41 Admin No.1 15 &-8% VC-2 20-20 struction and several were com
t; VA.37-44 VS-30 had an unbelieveable 15-0 Admin No 2 15-9 GALLEY 19-21 pleted last year. Also,VA's hospital -
16-24
|ti f I,i Bruce Sticklair had 28 points lead at the end of the first quarterand CLAW-1 14-10 VA-81 13V4-26V4 system is prepared to serve a
pi' for FASO and its a good thing hung on for dear life as OPS BOQ 13-11 BOQ record number of patients in

't"! because the Bulls of VA-37 led by came roaring back.; One of the Dental 12.12 fiscal year 1974-1,108.900inpa.

%" Mott, had pressure on their op- OPS players missed a close shot Weapons 12.12 Team Game was tients and 13.5 million outpatientvisits.
The High
1.
.
ponets the whole game. Mott at the buzzer to just miss sendingthe CPO's 11.13
'
rolled VA-174 No. 2 with a 972.
AIMD Staff ; 9-15 by Q-I am taking on-the-job-
I tallied 20 points but FASO showed game into overtime. :
2. The High Team Series was and I have five children.I .
?.. superior strength in the late VS-22-44 Comm.t'V 915. training
l' tt. going to hang on to victory. '. 39 GEMDNo.l 9-15 rolled by Supply with a 2,754. am getting an allowance for my
,: Supply ,
) ". 3. Hi individual bowlers were J.
child but for
and nothing
wife
GEMDNo.2 7.17 one
AMD 63
; Wilson of the Supply team
4 iI'E Reibel 239,K.PorteU 225,D.Silva
Y VA-105 58AMD's tallied 18 points but it wasn't HIGH SETS: : the other four children Can you
c Ii', Charlie Johnson,scored enough as.Katzenmeyer and D.Howard' 592 215, T.. Salm 208, S. Perkins 202, explain why?

t 18 points In the second half of play Spencer had 17 and 14 foi VS22. Sedlevcius 581 A. David 202. A-Before a change the law
Falls 578 4. HI individual series were J, on Oct. 24, 1972, the allowance
1 r to lead his team to victory over VA-81.71
1 t the Gunslingers. Brubeck had 15 Medical 21 Smith 559 Reibel 580,A. David 577 T. Salm could only be approved for two

t t J' points for VA-105. The Sunliners of V A-81 poured Fisher 550 569,K.Portell 570,J. Shelton 563. dependents. However, under the
new law, $8 monthly can be approved -
i, \ for dependents in excess

I I r of two. Suggest you apply for the
j 1 additional allowances.

,j ',,-, Q-Can a veteran get VA helpin
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,t '4i t, :1 k; ::' dealing with his family and job
problems even though he isn't

if) sick?
\
I A-Yes. Some of VA's veterans
i
assistance centers are staffed
GOODYEAR ; with social workers (now called

d' 'community service specialists)to
; help meet the veteran's total

: counseling needs. Specialists are
.on duty in Boston New York,

Tires i and Accessories.: i < Chicago, '$t. Louis, Detroit and
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Sports EditorialBuDding


1t .Fliers make it four straight I

up a thirst ? with two wins. over PatrickJax

After a I hot and ,
bar for a cool beer 'demanding to quench his game dry a ,football player heads for a The Jax Navy In the Fliers 88- I win, 'I '
a grueling game; a basketball player mouth joins and ease the tension of Fliers basketball teammade' Pope scored his entire first t j
club for an after-the-game get together his teammates at the it four in a row with game output in the first '
; a baseball
away after pitching a losing game to the solitude player sUps 81-67: and 88-68 wins over half and then added six ,}
happiness of a drink; a race driver guzzles champagne and at temporary the Patrick Air Force Base more in the second half for j
party happy to be alive after a 180 mph race. a victory team last 'weekend at his 22 points. This game :

Does alcoholism: play a part in these individual's rIP Patrick saw the Fliers come up t
is their way of life, then again the f is lives too.?How The many sport The Fliers first road with five men in double .",
after-parties and, how many drinks d sTt'l'before -n athlete efforts of the year were led figures as Ralph Galloway, m
becomes an alcoholic? Where is the cutoff line between a happy by Garry Pope of Air Opsas Mort McCarthy and Levie 'J
celebration or social get together and a desire either he scored 16
points in
consciously or Hamerter all scor&l 16
subconsciously, to have drink
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or two or three. Thee cut-off line the first win and 22 in the
comes when the aft party becomes more important points apiece, while Livio.
than
the
when the drinking carries through to the next sport, second. Capilla was scoring 12.
day or the
J>before a game. It comes when the alcohol Innocently morning Pope was backed up by
trol the athlete' actions begins to con- Levie Hamerter's 14 Capilla again proved to

Is it fair to predict that the athlete who cools &r& x points, Livio Capilla's' 14 be sharper in 'the second
every game has possible or latent tendencies of off with a beer after points and Terry BroMm's half than the first as he
becoming an alcoholic m <*S y VSX 5 rSi
? On the other hand, i is it fair to say that the athlete who YOU CAN'T MISS when you Invest In 10 points in the 81-67 win. connected for only two
on a drunk after every game is Just celebrating? Again the problem goes U.S. Savings Bonds. It doesn't take a The Fliers only led by six ''points, in the first half.
area comes only, when the 'athlete does not know when or how to head for figures to recognize the value at halftone; 'of this game This weekend the Fliers'
stop drinking. of regular savings by allotment.Incase but surged into a I larger' will be at home (King ,
you failed to recognize the figure under
Many athletes have sipped the wine of victory and remained to the head of Lesle Wiley,a St. Peters lead ,when Capilla connected Hall) with games at
savor the fame, but then there are the many who have been forgotten burg, Fla. model, ills 36 on the front on 12 of his 14 points 7:30: p.m. on Friday
in the echo of clinking glasses. Many who were gone before their nine linked to 23-35 on the back. during the second half. and at 2 p.m.. on Saturday.
time, their life's Ideal their vocation precipitously becoming worth.
floating In a smoke-filled bar-reliving the heyday of times passed-
for these athletes was it that fifth drink? Was.it the tenth? 5'5
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