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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1973
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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is Alcohol? other 80 percent of alcohol is Some people, however, ,use If Anyone who, 'i i

Alcohol,is the major chemical processed, only slightly slower alcohol for its own sake, for the fluence of
ingredient in 'wines, beers, and ,through the gastrointestinal anesthetizing effect it has on the something he avows 1
distilled beverages.It is natural tract and into the bloodstream. mind and the body. These are the never do without !
substance formed by the reaction Alcohol Is In such ,a rush to get people who cannot do without drinking problem.
of fermenting sugar with'yeast, into the bloodstream that alcohol; who drink to get drunk; When Does An t
spores. Although there are many moments after.it is consumed it who drink for courage; who use Become An Alcoholic
alcohols, the kind in alcoholic can be found in all tissues, alcohol as'an ascape from life; A consistent pattern
beverages is known scientificallyas organs, and secretions of the who drink to forget their worries; problems indicates
"eythyle alcohol," a colorless, body. who cannot have fun without control over one's
inflammable liquid which has an A low level 'of alcohol In the alcohol;who use alcohol as adrug. Professionals agree
intoxicating effect. blood, such'as would result from These uses of alcoholic beveragesoften is no exact dividing
By strict definition, alcohol Is taking one drink an hour, has amild leads to drinking problems. plicable in all cases
classified as a food, because it tranquilizing effect, since What ConstitutesA the alcoholic person I
contains calories. However, it alcohol is a central nervous "Drinking Problem". non-alcoholic person. 1
has no nutritional value. AlcoholIs system depressant. It may at The' common factor In all dividual's case j
also classified as a drug first seem to stimulate you, drinking problems is the negative diagnosed by a
because it dramatically affects however. Through evolutionary effect they have'on the health or psychiatrist, or other
the central nervous system. developments, the brain consistsof well-being of the drinker, and on Although the popular \
Different 'alcoholic beveragesare many layers, and alcohol's his or her associates.One the alcoholic person
produced by using different first effects.will be exerted upon 'authority in the alcohol Row derelict, this
sources of sugar for the fermentation the upper, or' "newer", parts of problem field has suggestedthese comprises only about 5
process... Beer,. for the brain where learned behavior criteria for drinking the total number. Fully i
instance, 'is made' from ,malted patterns,such_as,self control ,are problems: alcoholic individuals in remtmber.J''i I''
(geminated) barley,:wine from stored.-After drink, or ,two, this 1. Anyone who must drink In are employedpersons.Because t
grapes or berries, whiskey from: learned behavior l may temporarily order to function or to ."cope" every j
malted, grains, and rum from disappear, making you with life has a severe drinking terent,it is impossible t tJ J
molasses. lose your inhibitions, talk more problem. the signs and
Hard liquors result from the freely, or feel like the "life of the 2. Anyone who by his own might give early
further concentration, through a 'party,!', or you may feel personal definition, or that of his person's developing t
process called distillation, of the aggressive, or depressed. family and friends, frequently Familiar signs, !'
alcohol produced by fer Higher blood alcohol levels drinks to a state of intoxicationhas need to drink
mentation. Thus, whiskey, depress brain activity further to a drinking problem. certain situations, :
scotch, gin, vodka, and other a point that memory, as well as 3. Anyone who goes to work drinking to intoxication
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liquors are referred to as muscular coordination and intoxicated has a drinking increase in the amount
"distilled beverages." balance, may be temporarily problem. consumed, drinking \,
Most American beers contain 4 Impaired. Still larger alcohol 4. Anyone who is intoxicated morning drinking, not
percent alcohol. Dinner wines, intake within a relatively short while driving a car has a drinking to work on Monday i
like Beaujolais or Chablis, are 10 period of time depresses deeper problem frequent denial of i
to 12 percent alcohol. Dessert parts of the brain, producing 'a 5.Anyone who sustains a bodily family quarrels and
wines such as sherries are fortified state of loss of control in which injury which requires medical over drinking, and
,with more alcohol to bring judgement is ,severly affected attention as a consequence oran currence of
the level up to between 17 and 20 and sensory perceptions. are intoxicated state has a drinking drinker a blackout
percent. Distilled beveragesrange dulled. problem. mean passing out bat
from 40 percent! (80 proof) If steady. heavy drinking 6. Anyone. who comes into of temporary amnesia.
to 50 percent ((100 proof) 'alco ol. continues, the alcohol will, conflict with the law as a talksr and does things
Any two drinks which,.contain anesthetize the deepest levels:of, consequence of an intoxicated :and in a, 'state of :
the same amount of alcohol will the brain, and may ,result ;in i state:hias*'a drinking problem; '':idousnessi; butt can'-t- : (,
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beer, an average 4 ounce glass of Why do People Drink J "
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cocktail with an ounce of 100 social, ,cultural, religious, or' :.'i; .
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equal effect on the brain and in religious ceremonies. Some w.liu" ,
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was the day before After asking for an estimated brothers from Jacksonville.Crew .
Thanksgiving and the twin. position from the S-2, they were One was to fly again
engine S-2 "Tracker" was in able locate the smaller aircraft Thanksgiving, however, and on
trouble. with their radar, finding it 25 that flight they received their
Enroute from Naples, Italy to miles off course. LtJg( ) Tim second distress ,call in as. many
Souda Bay,Crete,the S-2 had lost Rocklein, the third pilot on the days. _
all radio communications with crew, was able to take the In. While on an operational surface
Athens Control, two of its three formation from the radar .and surveillance flight, the crew was
available navigation radios were give the &2 pilots headings to instructed to proceed to a point
gone and it was heading into steer them toward Crete. east of Crete where a ship was in
instrument flying conditions. When within 60 miles of Crete, distress.A .
The "Tracker's" call for help the S-2 pilots were able to receive Greek fishing boat had lost
went out on a UHF radio, a radio directional information from its rudder and was being bounced
rarely used in the Mediterraneanby their radio aids and proceed around badly in 25-footwaves and T r
Air Traffic Control stations. inbound to shoot an instrument 50 MPH wind.
The two S-2 pilots were in luck, approach to a safe landing.The This would qualify as severe
however, as their call was'heard S-2 pilots would spend a weather for a large ship, but to ;
by VP-56's: Crew One, which was quiet Thanksgiving, probablyvery the four-man crew of the small
also on its way to Souda. thankful ''for their VP fishing craft,it was a nightmare. I
Crew One arrived on the scene
Fleet in their P-3C and was able to talk
Angels" save with the men and reassure them
I that their danger'would soon,be

injured Greek SailorJaxA over.
The"Dragon"P-3C was able to
vector a helicopter from the USS
Greek merchant Petty Officer Jordan was lowered Guadalcanal to the ship,. where '
seaman owes his life to the"Fleet from the helo and, after seeing the chopper rescued the four
Angels" of JIC-2. the man's injuries, called Corps- crewmen and carried them to
Late in the morning on Dec. 4, man' Kennedy down from the safety. :'
the aircraft carrier USS FranklinD. hovering chopper. Crew One flew back, to Souda 1
.Roosevelt,anchored in Athens Kennedy, gave quick first aid Bay, leaving fOnew friends .
harbor, was Informed of an in- and all three were hoisted aboard grateful for the friendship and :
Jury aboard the Greek freighter the helicopter. help provided' through the i
Express 1. 88 miles from Athens.A combined efforts of the helicopterand BIG HAUL FOR SANTA-Santa and Mrs. Claus show some 'of the j it,
On the way back to Athens, Jacksonville P-SC food they've collected for needy families In Jacksonville area.
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merchant seaman had fallen Kennedy performed a modified munities. Mo re don*Horn are still neededhowever, so help fill up the collection il i
30 feet and received head in mouth-to-mouth resuscitation on boxes found at various around
places NAS Jax. Hancock Hall is t II
juries. lie was swallowing blood the man, who was having extremely sponsoring the drive. I; ,
and clotting was blocking his air difficulty breathing. He
passages.A then inserted a plastic airway Xmas mealscheduled !l !
into the man's mouth to assist in f't
Sea King helicopter from HC- breathbg.:: .
2 was launched from the Kennedywith These' actions were credited .. :
Lt. Don Broderick as pilot, with saving the man's life. .
LtJg( ) Dave Howard, as co-pilot, ,Jax-Enlisted personneland J : .. "..,-.,."I
AMS2 Bill their guests are invitedto : -. '. ." 1111;
and carrying crewmen At 2:15 p.m., the helicopter 2 l' ". J
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aboard was Hospital Corpsman Air Force ambulance rushed the
the, For, planning purposes,, .. .
John Kennedy, attached to !i injured seaman to the Air Force '1 ". .f"'f ,
make
Roosevelt's Medical Department. Hospital 'near the Athena Air. please your reservations
'Upon'' arrival at the freighter, 'port. I by calling Ext.3302 will : I
get you'
w '.rrc.aiar." or Christmas 3821 by Dec.meal 24. hours '. ,

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will be as follows: Brunch, I
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f nothing but the highest quality traditional: \ week. Come next

'. furniture. and the most .personal of ser ." A'' November you'll' have

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In a ceremony held aboard the USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CVA-47)), T1ft
Aviation Structural Mechanic Morgan D.McKnight was promoted to
Petty Officer Third Class:. The certification of advancement was c'i
presented by CDR "Bear" Taylor, CO of VA-46. .

AMHC Jackie R. Harper of Attack Squadron IPS recently reenlistedfor
FOUR more years of service which will give him a total of 22 years
i active duty. Congratulating Chief Harper. is CDR Puerling, CO of the qv '____ _
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Forty-Five, is shown congratulating LTjg. Alfredo Ramos on his i ,
recent promotion to his present grade.NORMANDY AA
Ordanceman Jerome J. But. ;,
: TIRE CO. i chko of V A-46 was recently ad. ,';
4 1 vanced to I petty :Officer Third
5354 Normandy Bird., 786.9292.Lou ', Class."?he'(.ere'mony took place I
while the squadron was.deployed
WEBBER :Your Tire Commissaryman John M: Monier l ,-was recently:'promoted'to Pert y aboard'' t1i&'l1SS'"jOHN F.
Officer Third Class by his Commanding Oficer, CDR Taylor Attack: KENNEDY CCVA-67J: '0: ,:
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FRONT END ALIGNMENTs O

I TA TIC WHEEL BALANCE FOOTBALL FANS !

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BE PARTOF THE GATOR BOWL THIS YEAR; MEN -- JI ..
4 of these Tires NEEDED AS SECURITY GUARDS FOR DEC. 29 -

CONCORDE2 APPLY: VII.
Pinkertons of Florida

\ ,TP78 PolyesterPolyester Premium /7/7 l '- 4040 Woodcock Dr. Suite .108

Phone 398.7317SORRY.

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JS ; ': FOR office plants buildings, restaurants, industrial ,

2.55.a. and private cjubs. Now,
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IU7r WATCH FOR OUR FUTURE ANNOUNCEMENTS! pride in. If you're that
FOR %. kind of person, why not
Clay County's Only COMPLETELY PLANNED Community!IBELL.A.JB find out if Morrison's is
STORES HOUR. I A.M.-C P.M. INSTANT CREDIT WITH MOST MAJOR the right star to hitch
CREDIT CARDS OPEN FRI.NIG"fUIL' your wagon to. For full
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[ Traffic Action still pending ,'!11


ViolationsJax on.retzrementproposal j

Jax-The Department of ,However the Senate will ,
-The following is a reportof ,- Defense ,has announced that probably not hold hearings until I
Motor vehicle accidents and action is still, pending'cm the next spring or summer "
traffic violations- for month to ./ ; :: Uniformed Services Retirement Meanwhile, there have been>no 1

date: ;t1 .:,' Modernization Act proposal changes made to the original ,
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis which was sent to the Congress in proposal either by the Depart \
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8. March, meat of Defense or by the :
This'month year ago 45. One reason for the delay Is that Congress. l

Total accidents this year 463. ; Total accidents year ago 424. complex and will require con- Retirement Modernization ,
plan :
Number injuries this month 1. '. siderable study by the staffs and
Q :. -., will be left intact by the Congress \
Number of injuries this month '' members of the Armed Services .
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year ago 2. Committees.To date, neither the
the that
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NUMBER OF MOVING : ;
". ,'v House nor Senate Committees Into the
". ;. development and design,
VIOLATIONSThis '
};i' .. has had the 'opportunity to extensively ,of each of its provisions.The "
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month 44. : .t:,> examine the legislation
Speeding '10. k ; I It is possible that neither the .
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Reckless Driving 10. House nor the Senate will hold proposed legislation ,
Going through Stop Sign 4. hearings on the proposal before constitutes a 'complete package
to modernize an
DWI 2. the end of the calendar year. necessary
Other Violations 27. Chances seem to be better, that outdated retirement system that
was designed for a much smaller
Twenty-seven drivers ap- the House will hold hearings
defense force in a much different
peared before their Commanding shortly after the second session of
economic.era.. .
Officers. Disposition o the cases the 93rd Congress resumes.
include the following. .
Four lost driving and Gold work insignia '
cap .
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parking privileges aboard station I
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Driving Course. Six Admin.
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! Twelve warnings given. Four AWARD WINNER-Master Chief Petty Officer Charles B. Remold metal work cap insignia with gold vendors is expected to be sent out I
Dept. Head Counsel. One chevrons will be available at
soon to all Navy Exchanges within
has been awarded the Navy Commendation Medal I at HS-7. Master
, dismissed. None fined U.S. Navy Exchanges for those three weeks by the Navy Resale
Chief Remold earned, the award for "outstanding professionalismand .
{ Magistrate. dedication to duty'white serving as Maintenance Control Chief for personnel eligible to wear gold Systems Office. \
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I, NARF machinists ke helping a Christmas habit I


I i Jax NARF's Machine and Tooling Section is
celebrating its Silver Anniversary of helping less fortunate -
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c : For 25 consecutive years, the Section has joined hands
and dollars, bought and boxed foods, and delivered it to
needy families in the Jacksonville area.
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I I Capts. Pete Conrad, ,Paul Weitz aviation commands required a
I and Joe Kerwin, flew into NAS schedule reminiscient of those
Cecil Monday to let fleet Naval dreamed up by Mission Control. T
Aviators in on what they've been The first event,a luncheon hosted
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sleek NASA Jets touched down. The Astronauts departed
\ Next to JAX via helo to addressthe Tuesday to complete their tour,
Upon arrival the Astronauts discussed their itinerary with Cecil VP and HS communities. which Includes Norfolk, Oceana,
officials,and then Joe Kerwin tells Capts Marshall, Conrad and Waltz Finally back to Cecil for a North Island, Alameda, Moffett,
how he flew the back half of the aircraft while Capt. Conrad flew the reception and cocktail party with Lemoore, and Miramar prior to
front during their fan break. local civilian leaders, again returning to Houston.
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with assembled NAS JA)< aviators at Hangar 1000. civilian and military, dignitaries.
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:J BUT WE DO PROMISE LOW PRICESI! .

SKYLINE 3BR' : $7000. .- PROPORTIONS : '':<
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We also have lots available for rental! Cadillac de Ville. As, ; actually feel the .:,.l'. ::....' "
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I Cdr. Schussler new skipper for HS-7 '"Shamrocks" I


Jax Cdr. Gerald A. Schussler has relieved Cdr. ,'. -.....
I' David B. Blair as Commanding Officer of the' HS-7 :

"Shamrocks".
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Guest speaker for the Dec. 4 Three.
change of command ceremonywas The "Shamrocks" are converting -
RAdm. George L.CasseU from the SH-3D
Deputy Commander Navy Air helicopter to the new SH-3II
Force Atlantic For Sea Based Air multisensor helicopter,which the
Antisubmarine Warfare. Also on squadron is evaluating for use in
hand were Capt.William 0.Wirt the Navy's recently established ,
Commander Helicopter An- CV concept.Cdr. .

tisubmarine Wing One and Cdr. Blair has been ordered to 4 iiiiJI:.,', ,..., .... .,, -
Marvin D. Reynolds, Com- USS Inchon for duty as the ship's : "'"..' .',.:_ '.. ("f" ""' ',: -
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Anyone can stand,up and give known.he is trying to the leader will have to force issues. the leader of A -"
directions, but do know howto get an spect must go out his "shoot the breeze?" How many I
use your motivational you ability swers. A leader who tries to pull a Leadership not only entails Job' way to listen and learn somethingfrom sports events have you attendedin
and make it fit "snow job" on his people' im knowledge, but also personal in his men. This rapport be. J
almost
situa
tion? Times any mediately creates a credibilitygap terest. A good leader must possess tween the supervisor and his men which your men dcipated?
people.. Consequently change and so do Followers are well l aware knowledge in current events, history will aid the leader in preventing How many religious activities !
leadershipmust that no leader is perfect, but if he ,.fine arts, and other content* ', mistakesduetolackofknowledgeand have you encouraged your peopleto \
be adaptable to any situa is .honest, straightforward,. and porary subjects.. He has to have amplify feel and purpose. of attend? How many times have
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tion.When fair they will go outof their way to this to be able discuss intelligently his communications. super 'you visited your section durint j
someone defies authority help him accomplish his objec current items of interest visor and subordinate will de non- uty hours just to talk and be J
or leadership, there are usuallytwo .t1v ?
s. friendly
velop a mutual which
respect
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reasons-lack of with people. Mutual interest 1
knowledgeor would bridge crucial.situations i
a lack of personal interest. Lack of knowledge is a 50-50 stimulate motivation' Every man' Of course, this list could go on I
Whenever any one of these are proposition. A good leader shouldnot has ,different.. views. How many times' have you and on, but the message,is ptaN \
missing, there is a breakdown in only impart information, but Rapport ., taken the time to walk throughthe and simple-a good leader,show: :
communications and leadership. pass on the feel and purpose of his To reach hLn and gain his re barracks at night_ just to interest in his men: ':
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People like authority and would intent.. At the samd time ne i
rather be led if the leadership is should be receptive enough to
good. However they.are quick to learn the feel of what his people
recognize if any one of these fac really think. Combining these two Growing Bigger i and Bigger i 1
tors are missing. propositions a bona fide decision
Lack of Knowledge can be reached which is
Lack of knowledge-to lead, able' in most cases to everyone agree. eeeto Serve You Better and Better!
every commander and supervisormust Granted, everyone, might not like ; r t
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5070 Normandy Boulevard 786.8110 U.S.Highway 17 North 284.5616 : '
4118 Philips Highway 737.366 STARKE
THE AAMCO WRITTEN CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEEThis ORANGE PARK 1650 No.Temple St. (U.S.301)) 96/-I212
transmission has been rebuilt by the licensed AAMCO Blanding Boulevard 264.0569 PALATKA
3 mi South of I 1-295 U.S,17(East Palatka) 328-4688
Dealer Issuing this certificate utilizing the AAMCO "CAR
C':.;;eRSHIP" Assembly Set. This,certificate guarantees the

transmission and torque converter (if your car has a torque ..
converter) against failure of material' and workmanship. It will '''a .

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},, U'J0(1g4as'. / you oven ttifs.car, -proyldetl;that tjt Is.dellvfred, to:any. 1 "'
licensed, AAMCO''Tranimlasfoilrbealer:>In'::the' United f.States: ''In the PIRATES TAVERN "
,annually for service with In 30 days of the Service Date Indicated
below. The.charQe for annual service'ls"'S13.75'payable at the

time of service, and It covers the replacement of transmissionfluid DON AND THERENEGADES ;
and alt preventlve.adlustments'( -
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most cases a FREE 19 point Multi) Check FINANCING availably. if
necessary with approved credit lf

MONDAY thru SATURDAY til 2 AM
AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS .

Dancing Singing' *Entertainment
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.Ijct.nr.,ilJI ml.Ill WW t i,toff nrteiit.Bit73 .- act.1 toiler Protcctao"M, < -- ti..
KMNT( Jrtai.MM.4 Htr wit"'ij1!ml.ici.' I fT1-$0QQC $O7QRtH I I
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rr. ; the'f'ree Salad you can eat .
73 fiUMLM J door,cwarj jtirtw riti. pltttSliw f cull l : 1. :: and Beer you can drink.' ,;, TMCwo!o s Newest Northeast and Florida's Finest',

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Federal Empl / p. of cakes,pies and cookies.This week we have come up with a recipe
r : that is easy on the budget as well as quick and easy to prepare.
With Florida being noted for its fishing and pursuit of the finned
/a critters being one of the favorite pastimes in this area, this recipe can
0I well be the answer to, "What are we going to do with all these fish?"
INGREDIENTS: 1 pound fish fillets (fresh or frozen), V4 cup
chopped onion, 2 tablespoons melted fat, 2 cups potatoes (cut into
small pieces), 1 cup boiling water, % teaspoon salt, V4 teaspoon
pepper,2 cups milk,1 can cream style yellow corn approx. 8 ounces).
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pieces about an inch square. Sautee the onion in the fat until cooked.
N I I a s Add potatoes, water, salt, pepper and fish.
Cover and cook slowly (simmer) for 15 minutes or until the potatoesare .
N cooked.
1 a ma SS Add the milk and corn and heat again.Taste and salt and pepper to
individual taste.
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financial organizatioji (1 .... By Judy Becker:
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Jax-The Christmas spirit p.m., the Christmas luncheon at
abounded at the December noon on Dec. 21 and the
business meeting of the Navy Children's cnnstmtu Party at ;2
Wives Club of America '(NWCA) p.m. on Dec. 23. _
Wmt automaticincome Jax 86.Gift .
an n giving was very much on In other business, a donationwill
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'" be given to the NWCA
the with
rr ; agenda monetary ones
-, '\ going to Hope Haven Children's Scholarship Foundation in
Hospital, the Epilepsy Foun memory of Mrs., William
r dation and the Hope School for Sizemore's mother. Mrs. James
Cole was announced as the new
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second 0. "y.u" :A' Presents are also being givento :
: Mrs. Thomas Woffard will be
; the Sheriffs Girls Villa and
:: \I ; To Sunnyland Center for the chairman of a bake sale
: :/, Retarded.On scheduled for Jan. 11.
the social side of the season,
I i plans are in the making for the The next meeting of Jax 86 will
? Pussvcat Party Dec. 15 at 7:30: HA Dec. 19 at the clubhouse.sIOW$2M4tTS .
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officer Points o Fish Boxes *Barret Jackets cs
frHordttarr Sfciis Tab(* War tvNrsuot
>Repair Materials sAcgrssories 0hrr Goodies
IJ I t'-I WET SYORAGE'MARINE HOISTSMULL SERVICE'YACNT BROKER
J for details EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTBOARD. STERN DRIVE INBOARD
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS. MOTORS. CANOES and TRAILERS

PIER 17 MARINA, INC. ;.

;: ." A ...:. ROOSEVELT BLVD it ORTECA RIVER

*' .".. .its great '. ;.,"t.,': V.8 ,P'H"_Fr.n
to ben ( Thunderbird. BOATS MOTORSCAMOE. .
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;; ': !&: S.ee how muth: ca' you* money can buy.

: Famrly'i 61 PONTIAC FIREBIRD Loaded Sarp Low.Prlced S11'S''
:c CHEV.IMPALA WGN.Good family wagon AT P.S. $89

{ /i ; 66 71 Air CHEV.PICK RAMBLER Cond TRANS.SPCL UP 16,000 Actual 6cy13Speed'miles Sharp AC Red Vi Ton S1695$495

: 71 OPEL WAGON Economical Speed Brite Blue $Uf 5
Savings and 1ba1l.aSSOcIatIon Save on Gas
,'; 66 MERCURY: 2dr H.T.V8 AT' R&H P.S. Nice $75
71 FORD GAL 500 DRAT Air Cond Daytona Blue ,$1595
I of Jacksonville Good family Sedan
> l .>- 69 RAMBLER STA.WGN. Nice Family Car $995

A 10 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU
[69-7a TOYOTAS from $795
:; DOWNTOWN DURKEEVIUE BRANCH
j j Adqms and Jjilio 1815 N.Myrtle Ave. Several models to choose from '
1 f t PH.354.8443 : PH.356.4175SOUTHWEST
CALL FOR DETAILS
I j BRANCH. .. FIVE POINTS BRANCH
1 j : Center 803 lomax Street
.' I PH.771-0422 PH.35&1204ti USED GAR PHONE 389-6668
NORTHSIDE BRANCH 3 t-. REGENCY SQUARE BRANCH
I Gateway Shopping Confer ,,:. 101 Monument Road

PH.765-5538 PH.725-1270

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SANTA'S HELPER- Postman Earl'Thomas wrestles with small portion of the packages that will
pass through the station post office this Christmas season. Earl reminds patrons that the parcel
windows will be open for your convenience this coming Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Wt'vt Changed our Name % i
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YEAR RESERVATIONS(
Low In Cosf Because of Ultra.
Modern Factory' Methods' if! iKI MKS1 I i NOW ON SALEM/
Many Shapes and Sizes To Choose

That Distinctive From'custom Contour Look Design Gives_ This Saturday & Every Sal jrday!:

Practically*.Maintenance Fret Biggest, Cleanest, Newest Dance Floor lax!
All Pools Carry Famais Tallman HOURS; 9 PM-'2 AM I ;

&Guarantee Commercial Type Built .In FULLY AIR CONDITIONED,

SKImmer Equipment Furnished as Standard II" S SEATING'' FOR 800 5

MON, SAT. SUP1.7 ; *PAVED PARKING FOR 300 ':ARS !
PHONE E 264-35W
9900 NORMANDY ULEVA'RD ;
Mile !(SCO I 2$3$ Nexf ToAfbury
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Deadline extended for '

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amendment to the 1974 retirees (or legal guardian or a
Department of Defense close family member if the Y
Authorization Act has extendedthe retiree is mentally incompetent) r

deadline by which military concerning SBP and, if ,
members who retired prior to requested, assist the retiree in 1

Sept. 21, 1972 may elect par- electing participation.In \
ticipation in the Survivor Benefit the case of mentally in
Plan (SBP). competent retirees,SECNAV has
The new deadline is March 20, the authority to make an electionon
behalf of such retirees.
1974.Members who retired prior to Requests for election of such
E1t.S
Sept. 21, 1972 are not coverage, along with proof of .,'
automatically coveted under mental incompetency should be
SBP and, if not already par- submitted directly to CHNAV- ""< .
ticipating in SBP, may elect to PERS (PERS-731)) for Navy' '
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March 21, 1974.Additionally MSPA-3)) for Marine Corps r. A ,
those currently in retirees.In .
the Retired Serviceman's Family death imminent situations, 4 \ 1t '
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Protection Plan. (RSFPP) may such requests should be sub "'.. .. ,
continue that participation as mitted by message to SECNAV *I
well as take part in SBP, or may with an information copy to
drop RSFPP and participate in CHNAVPERS. This message ;/:i\'

SBP only. should be followed by confirmation FROCKING, DADDY.-LCdr. Joseph P. ,Doran Is "frocked" to his present rank at FICEUR 4. .. as his
All retirees are being provided. of mental in- :": -:*!*.
wife Ann,and daughter Karyn;pin? on the new shoulder boards.
information by direct mail; competency.
however, the death imminent Questions about the provisions .
status of some retirees makes of SBP should be addressed to the
immediate action mandatory Commandant of the Marine accidents I
Show class in auto IJ
Commanding officers having Corps (Code MSPA-3)), Autovon
knowledge of retirees who are 2241958,.or to the Chief of Naval J

mentally incompetent or Personnel (PERS-731)), Autovon S "The unnerving effect of an Juries are involved, pull 'off the Writing pad in the glove com- !
hospitalized are to counsel such 2241238 or 1297, as appropriate. I
.. .. auto accident, even a fender road to avoid further collisions partment. Gather pertinent in- 1
!;; .- scraping can cause panic among from passing traffic. If the acci- formation: the other driver's 1,
'(: 0 the most experienced drivers," dent seems to be serious, have 'name, address, license information j
.. '. say the Consumer Insurance In* somebody wave traffic off and his insurance company, and i\
: formation Bureau. "The driver. around the collision scene. Road names and addresses of any witnesses J
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rThe bureau points' 'out ;that, night. Provide your own name, ad I'I'e'
.f ,. drivers under 25 account for one : .Quickly'determine if anyo'neneeds dress license information and insurance
l I :... : ,,. fifth of the driving public and one medical attention. Call for company.? : I

: !"'. i. -,' Jo"'r. 1 third of fatal accidents. police'and ambulance assistanceor Note ,all details of the .accident I
'. ': send someone for help. Unless 1
i t "' Anyone in accident should, : the condition of your car and
.; the bureau advises: circumstances dictate otherwise, ,the other,.weather and road con- I
( -' : ..? Stop the ,car as' quickly as don't move any of the 'injured .dition, distances" from intersections -
If the,, accident is without the assistance of trained J )
safety permits. .
\ \ the positions of the :car on
", minor. where no apparent in-, medical personnelNWdI-meaning the road;; ':'the. direction' being :
i : -..1 ... .... but gravate.1njuries.untrained observers often ag .travelled,by each car: the point of i

T. impact; personal injury you observe -
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Tempers can easily :flare in
t estimate of how 1
; your own
PARTY TIME? '
the
,. stress of an accident Avoid the accident happened.
Hffq arguments with the other driver.A ,
aE BARTENDER CATERING FOR: shortfuse in this situation won't Report the accident to your
t <.. Conventions Dinner Parties help you or anyone elseat the insurance:agent. Usually if damage :
Private Parties Grand Openings
scene. is $100 or more you must report '
Wedding Receptions
; Do not discuss the accident to the motor vehicle department
E N'i CALL: with anyone except the police and in your state.

.ARSERV,INC. your insurance agent. The shockof If you hit an unoccupied car, j
\ : if Y 772-1413 the accident might cause you to stop and leave your name, ad-
Join 771.9500 say something you do not mean dress and other information.
'i : '771-7308. and youmay be misinterpreted. Don't try to skip. It is dishonest
; ,Keep ,a pen or pencil and a and illegal.Houst'of.Quoliiy i

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Put little in the ;, -:
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.' ':t Christmas Club each. -'; .' .
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j. .. week. Come next x ROAST HEN TURKEY HAM. ':; ,

I t .; '; i ; .F ;A November you'll have J\",'' ',;

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tj w mouth watering Dressing $1695 met delight, $1'6,95
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o ,' .,rrlFDIC' 0. PHONE 771-6161 .t.a quart of SAS Giblet Gravy.. : S "$
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ENTIRE $420,00000 INVENTORY! FAMOUS NAME BRAND MEN'S, ::1

WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING DRASTICALLY REDUCED .


MEN'S 41Ls- .1 a..y NOW ffiL'uiwL1 .4.4I t F

1yir S595Now 99<|](JNIOR Z NOW 50MEN'SSUITS t

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LADIES BLOUSES 11

I REG. PRICE WAS NOW 'f
j REG. PRICE WAS NOW'

) S135fl $S90! $3450'


!a ,$16000 $ 5 0 Scnso $ 1 95 TO $1095 s'0194& $499 ,,


MEN'S SPORT COATS LADIES DOUBLE KNIT SLACKS

j REG. PRICE WAS NOW REG. PRICE WAS NOW

$4500 $ $ 500 $ 95 !1k9 $ 3 tJr

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i{ Jr $5500 $2'9 50% $ '1299! $ 95 $' 9 $ 5I 9r!; .


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: DOUBkEKKN TO $3250Sf6' 95 $ !99.;.:.' DRESSES[ TO 19 5: g $300'! !:.i r

..J JACKETS TO S4000$ sr8 1 00 $1 Oo RESSES TO" S 495S 9 $399 ,
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WOOLSHIRTS ITALIAN KNIT'.. ,TO $3000 S"f"q95 I '' $1 000 .,.ciJ]j;, SU PANT ITS TO 52950 S1iOO I $899 .
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Take advantage of /::

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x your free legal aid. ,

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hidden interest costs' and"fine
Just as you should have
periodic medical checkups for print. Always check with,him be

your 'health, so should you have fore making any major install..
periodic checkups for your legal 1 ment purchases.
and financial security. Q. Do your monthly credit. pay.rot'nb .

Where the trained physiciancan take up more than half your
44'- catch a potential infirmity monthly take-home pay, or do your

and prevent it from becoming a total outstanding debts-other: than
-3w major illness, the trained legal house payments, rent and utilities
s
1i: counsel can spot a potential legalor amount to more than three months'
; financial problem and steer you takehome pay?
A. This may be.the danger
on the right course before running
signal that, if left unchecked,
around in complicated, expen
f ; sive, often time consuming legalor could lead to the financial
financial hassles. mortuary-the bankruptcy court.

The Legal Assistance.Officer, a' Your legal 'assistant officer can
designated Judge Advocate, is a* show you ways to organize your
: budget and avoid heavy unnecessary
-T-t qualified professional lawyer .
.
interest payments.Q.
whose services are free to servicemen -
and their dependentsand Are you behind in any purchase
whose counsel is absolutely payments or support fees to your fam

confidential and privileged.To ily, ex-spouse or children: ?
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see if you need to make an A. If so, your commanding officer
ASHORE AT NATTC AOC Conley Cantrell and his wife, Matilda, are piped ashore at appointment with your legal as may be informed and if left
Chief 30 of service. Chief Cantrell was assigned as the Technical
N Tic as Cantrell completes years sistance officer, take the follow unchecked, your career jeopar-
Librarian for the Aviation Ordnanceman Schools. ing self-administered, quiz. If any dized.Letters of indebtedness can

of the questions match your personal result in eventual discharge.Your .

I bonus dividend situation, stop by your legal legal assistance officer
CJJ to pay ", office or call for an appointment.Q. 'can inform' you of your rights,rem
Do you have a ,,011' edies and ways of organizingyour
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A. If not, you may need one, debts or support payments.
Jax-The Jax Navy Federal vantage of this additional said, "Any additional benefits or especially if ,you are married or Q Has your income and hence: your
Credit Union's board of directorshas dividend, ,keeping as many of services which we can offer our have substantial financial hold. income tax,substantially Increased due
announced its intention of their'shares as possible in their members gives us great ing. Periodic review of existing to a reenlistment bonus? :

paying a one-quarter percent accounts through the end of the satisfaction. I personally urge wills is also necessary when you A. Income averaging techniques
bonus dividend on regular share fourth quarter '(Dec. 31) by our members' to make full use of change your marital status, ac provided under the Fed ,
accounts this quarter. making share-covered l loans them" quire new dependents or accumu eral Income Tax laws can save
This move win bring the total rather than withdrawing.In Ross outlined credit union late new'wealth. your tax dollars.:

dividend rate to 6 percent for the announcing the board's services of which members" don't Q. Have you purchased anything Q. Need to'sell property owned in

second consecutive quarter. intention to pay the bonus, Credit always take advantage. Photo recently on an Installment contract? the States.or ship gear after your rota.
Members'' should take ad Union President W. Mel! Ross copies are made at any of the A. If so, you may, be paying tion or transfer? '
branches for 5 cents each and more and enjoying it less than you A. A power of attorney can be

free notary public service for should. Check with your,.legal as- drawn to fit your particular need. ,
{ ;,I'i members is also offered. sistance officer for loopholes, saving time and trouble.
,
Guest admission tickets good at ," '.

\ \ Ingalls... ., ., some credit purchased'union local for members.:theatres 1.00,' ,Members each may ;.by be Space '"A"" travel Iiniit'ef"( I


also cash',checks at, of
may any Jax-Offidals _at the Military There is practically no chance
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the' branch offices without
Where the action isa! :charge. Airlift Command (MAC) of-getting a 'seat' on MAC cargo

Headquarters'at Scott'Air Force flights, either. Those flights

Base, HI. have warned, "Anyone won't go until they have a full
I Now is the time to make that move to Ingalls load of
'THE FIRST UNITED thinking about traveling 'space cargo, which ,means no
(while gasoline, Is still available for the movel I)
PENTECOSTAL CHURCH available on MAC passenger passenger seats.
Extends to You a Cordial flights over the holidays is in for a The picture is no brighter for
immediate openings for: Welcome to All Services rough time." Space "A" travel within the

Sunday Fuel conservation measures United States. Training, supportand
Sunday School 10:00a m.
a SHIPFITTERS U ELECTRONIC Morning Worship It:CO a.m. have reduced the number of MAC courier flights have been
WELDERS TECHNICIANS Evangelistic 7:30: pm. flights, resulting in a smaller reduced throughout the Air
Thursday number of space available seats. Force.
CHIPPERS PIPEFITTERS Bible 7:30:
Study. p.m.
SHEETMETAL PIPE WELDERS Friday Passenger flights from over- MAC officials advise anyone
MECHANICS PAINTERS Youth Service 7:30: p.m. seas locations in the ,United wanting to fly home,or anywhereelse

ELECTRICIANS APPRENTICESPay REV, W.L. COHRON PASTOR ,States will likely be completely ,, to get a firm commercial
433 Druid Avenue booked with duty passengers, so airline reservation.
Off: 389 7S40 Res: 398,5448 very few,U any,Space "A"seats
will be available.VMetropoIitan'. Attention
rates $4.50 to 4.80 per hour for first class -- ",
workers. $2.97 and above for apprentices" ,
: beginning wage determined by amount of previous teenagersJax

1 and-or: relatedwork; experience: !
.; -.""!.. = :. The Annual,Teen
:.' Excellent fringe benefits, plenty of steady long cA? Life Club, Christmas .Buffet
term employment, 9 paid holidays. Free life In. : Insurance CompanyIs .Dinner and Dance will be
surance, paid 'vacations, hospitalization and ; held Dec.',22 from 5-7 p.m. '
expanding its seeking In
agency representatives,
retirement plans! 'available. Additional wage terested for all teen members, their
in sales and sale*
to
management earn. over
benefits ,available through V.A. for qualified parents; and guests.
I
$20,000 in 3 to 5 College preferred
years. Three year
; Relocation assistance. There ls'a'50 cent
veteran.applicants' ,charge
training
finance
: program: Excellent fringe benefits. ,
and
'; ,.)i Starting,salary open.'Call 356-2621. Monday thru reservations are not
"INGALLS IS A GOOD PLACE TO WORK" Friday. required. ,
). : AI Vaughn. An Equal Opportunity: Employer. .
A teen dance will follow
: ;' ..... for members and guestsonly.
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Name
i : Address Come out, support, the
; club and join In the holiday
'.'j" ; City :; State. ,."' ;1-Zip-. -," GUITAR .PLAYERS, fun.
k: ; Telephone

s I am Interested tn'a Job'as ,' ."".'*(. -. STUDIO h 11

31.1 I have done this type work for years. 4 '. ., R&S
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< '> < ;AMPLIFIERS3.INSTRUCTIpN fl" ,
IngallsS.hipbuiIding.;n
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J '" i m:: .. I'' 'Sales'- & Accessories pirsRfntasMusic : | PHONE 39-9414:

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Litton PO.'Box 149.Pascagoula. Ui3t 39567 ,OPEN 7 DAYS A'WEEK, IlL XMAS :FREE
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;L..., An equal opportunity employer' M/F I31IM4 CAR WASHwith
I" ... _iI 9525 LENOX AVENUE PKONEy11.iQi0AcrosafromPliza.InnatuormandyMall
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"' 8d a D 6fl387,3566: !,, : J ;1 Movie Schedule I: .



Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
Tuesday for
publication the
arriving too late for this deadline will be following Thursday. Ads
published
strutted otherwise, A check the following week unless the pUblisher Is In. . . .-.--.-
or money order for the cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy. '<... . .P....

RATE: minimum charae ((3 Un,,) ...$2.00 '
Per additional line ((4 Thursday Dec. 13
words per line) ...soc Sunday Dec.16
Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4565 SHIRLEY AVE.,JACKSONVILLE 32210 NAS: "NIGHT OF DARK NAS: "PETE, PEARL AND

I SHADOWS" Horror Drama, THE POLE" Action Drama, "

i GEORGb' KENNELS Starring David Selby and Lara .
EMPLOYMENT Starring Tony Anthony and
LI Dogs& Cats Boarded LET YOUR RENT .
Parker.MPG"
((96 min.
)
SALESMAN Plck-Up & delivery services since BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT Adolpho Cell. "R" ((91 min.) -1ft. '"

Part-tlme, Colony Mobile homes 1925. Grooming, training & shipping. DEPOSIT REQUIRED HOSPITAL: "HENRY THE HOSPITAL: 'TICK..TICK.. /
Visitors SUMIT MOBILE HOMES VIII AND HIS SIX WIVES" '
Sales Inquire In person 9359 103rd St. welcome. BankAmerlcard & TICK" :
Mastercharge 5210 Phillips, Highway,733.9422 Historical Drama '.
Sales office.JANITORIAL. honored. Off 1,10 near ,Starring Keith Monday,Dec. 17
Cassat Ave. & BRING THIS AD FOR 8100 OFF.
Edgewood.
Mitchell and Donald Pleasence.
5085 Edgewood Ct.,3890064A NAS: "THE GETAWAY"Action ;
WORK AT NAS JAX SKYLINE 1973 "PG" (127 min.) Drama

Hours 5930PM., Call 355-2741 and recorded message by 12X60, 2BR., New LR Furn., 18a.. Friday,Dec.14 Starring Steve ';w .
openings at NASROYALSERVICES. McQueen and All MacGraw., ;i.::;.
ask for INC. SCOTT EDWARDS how Take over pymts. $88.S8Mo. 7710275. NAS: "SHAFT IN AFRICA"Action "PG" (123 min.) .<. .
Tells to be
you a
DISC JOCKEY JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Drama, Starring Richard HOSPITAL: "PETE, PEARL'I .-
1 Qtr. Mile No. of Clean Roundtree and .' .,.
GREATJOBEarn Call 355-2944 any hour. Approved for NAS modern Frank Finlay. AND THE POLE :

$50-S75 per wk., working part. veterans. Columbia School of trailer and jDtj. 3893007.I.TRAHS..ftfAf. "R" (112 min.) Tuesday,Dec. 18 ; .

time calling on single girls. Earn Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not
HOSPITAL: "NIGHT OF
tqNBETTER NAS: "HAPPY MOTHER'SDAY '
more with incentive plan. Must be affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by !tl DARK SHADOWS"Saturday .

sharp! Phone 7213600. home study. CARS FOR LESS MONEY LOVE, GEORGE" t'
,Dec.15 Suspense Drama
Used VW's compacts other foreign Starring
SALESMAN.WOMANPart.Tlme. LIVE CRABS
NAS: "TICK..TICK..TICK"Drama Patricia Neal and Cloris
makes. Astro Leach-
Excellent Income Wilford's Fish Camp Motors 6566 Normandy
781-3654 264-9707 Blvd.. 78M978. Starring Jim Brown and man. "PG" (92 min.) _

George Kennedy. "G" (97 min.) HOSPITAL : "THE
FOR SALE$200 CASH
TYLERS HEATING AIR COND. HOSPITAL: "SHAFT IN GETAWAY"
1964 Chevrolet Station 283 VJ
PART OR FULL TIME Wagon
Central and wall furnaces, space AFRICA"
Power Steering In running condition.
MECHANICSAfternoons heaters, clean 8> repair. Lake Shore
Call! after 6:00 P.M. 7812432.
Saturdays or Full-Time 4711 Palmer, 3885161.
Jax top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply In
to Mr Foster, NIMNICHT '690RANDPRIXAC
person KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER
PS, PB. $1400. or best offer. NOTICEDONALD
CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat Responsible party take'up paymentsof Leaving the area. 264-6040..

Avenue. ____ ___ ____ $7.00 per month. Rayfield's 6437
Wilson Blvd., 772-8936.
DELIVERY DRIVER NO CASH NEEDEDNOCREDITNEEDED DUCK NEEDS DISTRIBUTORSEarn

Full time.Good wages L t REALESTATI'I 1
Phone 264- 942. E and up,18 yrs.or older

TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE We can sell you a car and get complete

Two, up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile financing arranged. 353-4575., That Extra Income!

radius Cecil Field & 1-295 $2,000.00 to

NEEDS HOME FOR XMAS $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far 1966 OLDSMO BILE CUTLASS Be a Donald Duck Orange & Grapefruit Juice _
Small motor A.T., No
GERMAN SHEPARD PUP below near-future values. Call Tony required, low mo.. pymts. Call money 358. Distributor Part Time. No selling.Earn upto $400 per

AKC reg., 9 weeks old wormed George 389-5514, Eve. 7711976. 0881. month, work only 6 hrs. per wk. Distribute Donald
black and tan female. $65, 781-4617. XMAS SPECIAL
Susie St. Near Ken Rd., 100'X125', CHEVELLE Duck (juices In chilled easy open cans to established

AKITAS Paved Street $4400. Terms. 4-Spcf..lam-up. locations. No selling involved. Total Investment $5000.

Very rare & beautiful. Puppies look WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA Call 358-0881. $2,500 down. Balance financed by company. Now Is

like furry ball w-curly tall. Affectionate .. Realtors SpecialistST. your chance to cash In on one of the fastest growing
Make excel.
protective businesses In the nation today. For complete In-
Watch dogs. Shots & pedigrees. $150- .JOHNS COUNTY LAND
$175. 282-4416. 1'/ to 2 acre tracts high & dry, formation call Mr. Shipman Holiday Inn

beautifully wooded suitable for homeor

FOR SALEA mobile home. Good terms.786-2.c60. p. : ((904)) 3962301or

great Christmas gift. Roberts
WE BUY EQUITIES
Stereo, Tape outfit, Model 770X, spsi < write:
Louise T, Bailey : 1-4:
crossfield head/sound on"sound, 4- 771-3605 : ,

track.Phone 2647191.4-Spd., Excel. Cond.., $125. Broker CALLA SHIPMATEJoe Florida Citrus Merchandising Corporation I. 4


MISCELLANEOUS Roplak (RET Navy) Barnett Bank, Bldg.. Suite 400
Licensed Real Estate Salesman .
Anyone witnessing motorcycle car Representing

accident Harlow and Branding Sept. Blanding Agency, Inc.Realtors Tampa, Fla. 33602

22 Please call 7721723. Home 781-7715 Off Ice, 771-9513


PROF.PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE 3 BEDROOM,2 BATH

Commercial Weddings Portraits Concrete block fenced $18,500 easy

JUI401LOOKING' financing. VANSANDT REALTOR,


STOP| 189-3549. TAKE 1-295 '

Earn Money In Your Spare Time TIE YOUR BOAT UPTOTHIS

Save money, by wholesale. Details: 72X92 Ft. canal lot on the St. Johns

Rush 2, 8 cent stamps. U.C. E. P.O. River. Zoned for mobile homes and
at $5500. One half mile DIRECT T
Box 7161N. Jax., 32210. priced right ...
from Pacetti Fish Camp.

LOVE THAT BEER SUN COAST REAL ESTATE

Save money buy a beer dispenser.Was Anastasia Blvd. f, : *,- ,:?;oo ..<:
N .
S500.New.Make reasonable offer. St.Augustine, FloridaTel. a >"> mf

771-9042. .904-824-3358 .":.: {NORMANDY aLVD %
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BATH
3 BEDROOM
CALCULATORSNew M. .
desk-model. Cost $110. Sell $50. $1,750. dwn., Approx. S173.MO., FHA t 'A 1 ?sF a1k itEh .::<-
will finance VA 6716 Mopsy Lane,772- W iii ;
pocket models cost $140. Sell for $70. z > 6WESTSIDEti '
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Cost $80. Sell $35. 354-2362. 7155. c

SUMMER CABINSINTHESMOKIES f I
MENS WRIST WATCH
turf.:1
New 17 Jewel Chlsca. Cost $60. Sell N.C. HAl
Near Cherokee & Bryson City 'to;: CUtL .!: I.. .
S72. 354-2362. Paved Roads. Good Water, Beautiful .. .. : "ILD <.7!. 'I.::::
Permanent or Summer IX'tvs :: :f
Scenery. For :,: ; .
PORTABLE RADIO NEWS BANDS Homes. Jax. Beach Phone 246-8383 or: I ,, ':/". IJ. ::.

Gets TV stations Cost $60., Sell for BRYSON City N.C. Phone _-27,.. .. ;iV. H AI .::..
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$29.354.2362. .. ,.*..",.',,;::: .' M.-. ::
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ORANGE
New 4 for$6. 2BR HOMESFor ". PARK -
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9359 103rd St.. 7719055.

The Bases and Orange Park are now only
New. home system,Cost$130, sell$65. 2BR MOBILE HOME '
minutes Take I 1-295 to the
3542362. away expressway
On private lot off Drs. Lake Drive,
Orange Park. Couple ONLY. Call 264. .. Normandy exit, then right M miles and one

ITRACKPLAY&RFORCAR 9487 after 5 p.m. traffic light brings you toVOLKSWAGEN".,
New, cost $80. sell for $40.
334.2342.FIREPLACE. WILMAR APTS. COUNTRY
2BR., Fum., water, sewage & gar. THINK JUNE-The time to take ,- i.

WOOD bags, parking cars, small children, weight off for next summer Is now. An .','
Will-deliver In local area small pets o.k. $125. mo.. Washer It's a nice trip and so are the savings.
overweight suffers physically,
person
382-5529
$8.00, 387-2541 or 387-0744. f
because awkwardness and slowness,

TABLE RADIO-NEW ORANGE PARK because of unattractive
AM-FM,4-speakers Cost$100.Sell for Dish and mentally, WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
2BR. Apts. Furn.or Unfurn.
$48. 354-2362. ness. Obesity can Impair the body and
washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth
AptS. 77M4M or 711.3335rriFI predispose it to certain diseases; and .

GOT PROBLEMS? when present as a complication In certain INC.
Get It off your chest. I'm a good _.. wiiUtI i ,
( : illnesses, it greatly Increases the
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listener For Information caIlUC.2362. .
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WE BUY AND SELL probability of death. The cause of at \ ,' '

JEANS PROFESSIONAL GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES kast 95 per cent of the cases of overweight 1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTH. w. -

DANCE' ACADEMY Phone 3M-4619 fa simply overeating.Only a few TELEPHONE-SSI1
Park, ,
Westconnett at 103rd Si Orange "
Bellalr Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap Toe, COLONY MOBILE HOMES extra snacks I day can Increase a '. '

Jazz Hula, Tahitian, Baton, & Sales & Rentals, 9359 103rd St. Call person's weight by as much: as 15 to 20 '01.> ,. ;, '.
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acrobatics Register New 771.2521, 771-0275 Photostating and notary pounds.a year. .

771-5464 778-3655, Children ft Adults. service. .

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DECEMBER 13/ ..1973:1.
", P 18 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER
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'- CHAIR, T-Cushlon, Tan
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For Sale: BEDROOM SUITE 'Large
<<< "" Dresser with 'mirror, augahyde 15.00 8421 LCdr.Valnosky .
Includes,
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7"'THE' MARKETa4': chest, night 'stand, }lamp, mat. I
FIee-T .-.....-.
tresses, lamp dark mahogany
after 5:30PM HONDA 50 Mini-Trail Very Good
$100.00 264-5142
FRF.E PERSONAL WAN rAD SERVICE
for Military and Civilian Employees rf NAS fax and NAS Cecil Field .....-. Condition Real Bargain at. $150.00
Wanted: to Buy-backyard 8421 LCdr. Valnosky
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CLIMBER for children-In good'
f FREE WAN.T' AD ORDER FORM i condition 781-1690 72 DATSUN 240-Z Excellent
: 384-
Phone
.--.. Condition throughout
I .' r. : (ADS MUST" 'BE, LIMITED' TO 20 WORDS) .. For SaleRadloShack: Model Solo 6348 for details
I : Immaculate ..-..
\ I 3A SPEAKER 'Enclosures
,'.t;! $75.00 Call 772-7328 For Sale; REMINGTON Manual
0 & Westinghouse
r"'; Weekdays 1630-2000 TYPEWRITER
Upright VACUUM CLEANERboth
M.
I For Sale Duo-Therm In excellent condition Call
Large
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-,-. r .
I '
I HEATERNo( Blower) Excellent 388-2898 After 5PM
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: :: 'O'1t A'ABOVEand BELOW I $35 Call 771.3211 Ext 8134 Monday
.I CLEARLy D INFORMATION
; ,> TYP PRINT REQUIR thru Friday 9.2 Ask for "Agnes" DUSTER 1973 Low Mil. ACP-
.I" t yi I
I ,0 I 7)) LTD 10 Pass COUNTRY 9601 after 6

"i :' l'" SQUIRE Red In&out R-

Name Office or activity to which assigned I HACPSPBP-SeatP.
I WlndowsW-W Carpet Roof Rack Lost: BOWLING BALL & BAG at
.. I Nas Lanes NOV. Ball
I ) Low Miles Excellent Condition 21 black &

I -' Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I 264.2601 red, Bag gray w-name tag.
Reasonable reward. YNC

I 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, le: Full I Craig Auto 8 TRACK TAPE Bowman Ext 2846 Ext. 2846
I military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I .._ \
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank.rate, office or activity PLAYER with' 2.5"' Speakers "
to which he is assigned and office telephone. This I New$60.00 Campbell 771-3211 Ext For Sale 1956 FORD Pick Up, F-
2. Free advertising in the "Flee-T MARKET"I
I Information is for authentication only and your ad I After 5PM &
676 398.3736 needs minor bodywork
be limited to: Offers to buy sell or rent housingfor 100, Runs
should be worded independently of this information. ,
I .-
personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I Weekends $150.00 Ph 771-0290 *
I personal property; offers'of or requests for rides to
S. Deadline for receipt advertising to appear in 'I
I Courses and from offered work; by announcements non-profit organizations of educational or the .following edition is MONDAY N. ON. Ads i For Sale;GARAGE_ DOOR with For. Sale: 10x55 TRAILER
; arriving after that date will be placed In the All Hardware8'Wide, 7'Hlgh.264.
I governement agencies. Ads for rentais will be accepted Central Heat, Carpeted, Air
following week's edition. Ads will be run only onetime I
'I only if the words "PCS" (for military), or ,unless resubmitted as prescribed abOve. 2524 Conditioned, 3 Bed Rooms V/2 '
'
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the I
Baths, Fence & Shed $2200.00 PH
I Jacksonville ) included in the of the
area are wording
*. No calls will be accepted regarding SCOUT II i Tr.aveltop,-
ad Ads for pets will, be carried only when accompanied phone 1973 17 1.0290'Four
I by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR Automatic, 2 Wheel Drive, Auto
NEWS. and LATWINGER offices' cannot provide
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Hubs, Winch Skid Plates, Many
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. Room handcrafted DOLL
1 "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed I Extras 10,600 miles Call 772.9626 HOUSE Big enough for Bar
1 In each edition of our paper. Ads written, In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No after 5 bledolls, Wallpapered Interior,
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I
Colonial exterior All wood. construction -
1 .
accepted.I. I Lee ADAMS PRINT of RACCOON .
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "FleeT 387057715W
1 MARKET" Editor. CO JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg 1, Ads appearing to be In the promotion a I for sale, unframed with
I. NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above low register number (plate),
ARROW GLASS BOAT,
OR requirements. will be rejected. The publisher $790.00 Call Mrs. Collins 772-9444
I
'; "Flee-T MARKET" Editor. C.0 LATWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads i 90HP Elec, Postlve Steering,
I'* 111. NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These forms $950.00 1972 HARLEY DAVID-
1 ------------------._----- --------a--oral For Sale: Two for the Price of SON 350 Sprint, Tel 284-5238 aft
One-1970 PLYMOUTH VALIANTand
5PM $450.00
Mamiya Sekor 1000 DTL w-55m flash defrost type. Call LANIER Has a very good picture $100.00 1964 Galaxle 500 Both in _. -
r f.8 lens Pentax Telephoto lens. 772-3077 Call 772-2672 or 264-5444 perfect condition and air cond 1963 CHRYSLER "300" New

200mm f4 Call 731-0553 NN N $1<<>O.00 '''F {rri.Call_.Eddie'3465. :or' ,'tires; radio,,ACPBfPSvery. goodcondltlori"best

.. N..N Wanted: Driver for automobile. For Sale 1971 15' Holiday HUT 3216- '. W,.. <.. ; '.. .. offer' over. $350..

For Sale: 1972 Cougar.. XR-7; 4- Jax to Washington D.C. .area CAMPER Sleeps 6, icebox, 6V.' ; --.0 .' 388.73'f8after! :; ,FridayFor
speed Air Conditioning; AM-FM third or fourth week In January. 110V Lighting, Reverse Cycle AC- "2 Orange 'helmets, BABY. ...--

Stereo; 17,500 miles; Best offer; Contact Ext 2971 or 2 days 264- Heater, 3 burner Stove $1150 264- WALKER, Training chair, baby Sale: Two Yrs. :Old House

Call 2974 before 1630, 772-1495 4601 Evenings. 4022 clothes, ladles clothes, 8.10 & Brick 3 Bedroom IttBath,
other times. MATERNITY CLOTHES Call Fenced'Carpet, Equity$3,000 Call
WALL FURNACE with ther- NNN N 3845707., 778-0017
'68 MUSTANG PSATAC R&H,21 mostat 85,000 B.T.U. oil fired, 1968 FIAT 850 Spyder, w- .

;' MPG, New Tires, Extra Sharp, forced draft and blower good removable hardtop, green, needs 8-Track stereo tape PLAYER BEATLE ITEMS Wanted: Will
$1075 772-9131 condition' $75.00 Ph 388-4163 work on seats, 350.00 cash Ext. with beautiful wood speakers. No pay cash for any Beatle buttons,

3072 POl Bowen. amp needed. Almost new MUST pins,sweatshirts, mags.etc. ,Call

'.. 'CHEVROLET ton Pick-up6 Sony REEL to REEL TAPE SELLI $70 or Best Offer 778.1399 Wysong c F. ext 140 Mon-Thurs.

PLAYER RECORDER w-HS ... .....
cylinder Runs Good. Best Offer. CPO Style BLUES Like new -- --
Ernie Newberry, 772-0949 $75.00 Call 771.1806 anytimeFor Blouse 40 Trousers 34 Waist 8-Track car TAPE DECK ,Small, For Sale Black & White 16"
N.N.N. 40.00 7722674Gold can put anywhere,. but has all MAGNAVOX TV In Very Good
1970 15 ft SEA STAR BOW Sale 2 lots 121x220 on features of larger model $40 or Conditions $80.00 or best offer

RIDER w 55HP CHRYSLER HALFMOON LAKE near Best Offerl I 778-1399 ...
O.B. Trailer, Coast Guard Keystone Heights, Ph. 641-4861 Silver and Type COINS 4 ROOM SIZE Avocado RUGS:2

Equlped, Full 1 Canvas Above FOR SALE. U.S. Postage stamps For Sale: 1972 WHIRLPOOL Wool Shag 2 Nylon Excellent

Excellent Condition'. $1400> Potts., 1969 HARLEY DAVIDSON SS 350 and souvenir sheets a specialty REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER 19 Condition Call 264-9401,
3195 Has hadtop ndoverhall But still Special Prices for Collectors 264- cu.ft. $150 Call, 771-5365 -.. ,
,
' -- needs battery & minor repairs' 2842 YN.NNN 68 CUTLASS 'S' PS PBAC AM-
Penncrest new riding LAWN Asking $165.00 PH 771.2157 after CHEVY NOVA 1970 307 Auto AC FM Custom Wheels'No Dents 786-
MOWER 2 yr guarantee$200 3195 5PM 73 DODGE CHARGER SE ,Stereo ,AM-FM Excellent Condition 2536 First >$1200

Potts __ 400CID PS PB AC R&H Deluxe_ $450 take over paymentsMiss .

Wanted: Lge. chest type DEEP 23" ,COLOR- CONSOLE TV, Int.. HD suspension &sway bar Chadwick 355.95838:30.4:00 For\ Sale 1969 PLY ROAD

FREEZER In..good cond. Prefer Sllvertone Excellent Condition Low: miles 725-1736 M-E RUNNER 383 Hurst 4 on Floor

---- Wide ovals New Tires & Chromeson
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Front $700.00 CM 209-308 Ask
for Mike '



For Sale: TRAILER 10x55 3 Bed

Rooms, IVj Baths, Central Heat,
Carpet Air Condition, Shed &

Fence (PCS) $2200.00 771-0290 .

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Pick Up Truck 1953 FORD Runs

good, good tires'New tag & inspection -
sticker Call 384-7922

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Like New Phone 733-8809

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For Rent 2BR MOBILE HOMEon

private lot off Drs. Lake

Drive, Orange Park Couple Only

Call 2649487. after. 5PM


ORANGE ,20" B&W CONSOLE MNNMN TV Radio,

Phonograph and Bar 'AlIln.one
Beautiful Set $75.00 7'*XMAS
17so. TREE Aluminum $4.00 743-3092



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C dr. rulkver ; CO tomorrow .1

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Jax-Cdr. Victor S. Gulliver will assume

VP-49 tomorrow in ceremonies at Hangar 1000,
Cdr. ,JD.: Funderburk.Cdr. ,r

Gerald W. McDonald, who came to-
peckers" from the Icelandic Defense

become the squadron's new Executive,
x Rq 'n
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Guest speaker at the change of command !

will be Capt.A.P. Lesperance. Commander

Eleven .J ,

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One of six VP units here, VP-49 has a

350 officers and men, operating nine P-3C
aircraft. The squadron has made three .

Keflavik, Iceland in as many years and is
return there in the near future.

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While the basic mission of the P-3C is -
Warfare (ASW), during the squadron's last
the "Woodpeckers" were able to lend a Gulliver Cdr. McDonald Cdr. Funderburk I

emergency'evacuation of Heimaey, a small .
the coast of Iceland which experienced a


eruption.Cdr. Gulliver will lead the squadron through slates NEWEST CONCEPT

year. He has had previous assignments in
IN APARTMENT LIVING
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Whidbey Island, Washington as well as at party
is t23 BEDROOM.t AND 2 BATHS ir;. !P: '
new skipper a graduate of the Naval War
the Naval Postgraduate School, where he The Retired and central Spacious heat rooms& air wide condo windOws.Private t''

Masters Degree in, Personnel Management.Cdr. will have their patios. sundecks swimming pool "' "'
and party room -
Party Wed
Gulliver, his wife, Pat, and their four 19, at 7:30 264-8102
live in Orange Park. d8. 593. 1800.. KINGSLEY AVE.
and their DIRECTIONS Between Standing
to attend. Blvd' & Orange Park Minutes
CmFunderburk, who has been the reservations, away via new I.295

commanding officer since December of 1972, or 3897133. f! =
assigned to duty as a member of the staff of

in Chief, Allied Forces, Northern Europe,
Command in Oslo, Norway.

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Since 1885HAVERTY'S .

your Christmas tree r ,


YES <"There's No Race Like Home" into a money tree.. ;,j}: .

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With 'holiday loan from the

;military d' f Jax Navy Federal Credit Union. ,

-Laura at Duval 'r
f Our low Interest ',c rges-? to :12 per cent Annual Percentage,', :. '1.,' .
wallet. And our "Sudden.Service"lets : 4
empty ..
RatetAPR-won't your
Boulevard : ,
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home Money Tree on the spot. Pay off one'. :. .
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;T \ you carry your ; '' '.:
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out Into : 't .
.. 'of-._. -Normandy Boulevard holiday loan Instead of branching many.Don't ."

:.' ." : ....I.2t." J11 "f j1"r ? let your Christmas tree wilt this year. Keep It green with a ).: .y: .(
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.f lift.IjJI I t---';' :i t NY.. i 'o'..K':#;.. convenient, low-cost: loan.Come, In today. '
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Ext.2431
317.5623 Base
Hours: Mon.-Frl. 10AM 8:30PM .
, r Mon.-Frl,'AM 4:30PM S ,,.AM1PM Hour: Mon..Frl 1:3OA.M.3:3OPM: ..."..I."







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i PAGE 20- JAX AIR NEWS.A RWINGER

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Moving, to .an apartment ? f&ItItWii ..

S '- 'w 1 T

Frequently when Servicepersons founded or excessive damage R 9y 1R L
prepare to leave their apart. claims. made against you later. J
ment the landlord will hand them Disputes with the landlord over m 4
i an itemized statement 'of dam charges for utilities used in the T %

ages. These are damages he apartment is also a frequent 1
1 claims were done by the serviceman source of trouble. This is especially
and his family during their soy>where there is no'separate ;

occupancy of the apartment. utility ;meter' for .the'leased. 4
Usually there are two sides to. premises.

the story the serviceman Tenants often complain that r _
either denies responsibility for the they have been overcharged for

damages or states that the utilities and suspect that the land; \
landlord's claims are excessive.The lord is asking them to pay for the 4a
utilities consumed by the entire
best advice in such mattersis '.,
building. This problem arises
to take preventive precautions
when there is only one utility r 3 f 1 4 0' a4
when move into an
you economy
meter in the building 177J
Doing will help -
so '
apartment. you
This problem can be avoided if t 2 .
.I avoid being faced with possible ; a
the makes .
tenant an agreement
.y rb
'' unreasonable damage claims .
t' by .J
with the landlord in advance to d
the landlord when move. kY
ti you
pay for a fixed amount for utilities
.
Take protective steps each month. If you choose to do:' ,., /

Taking photographs of the cowered .: ,, M

apartment and furnishings when Y
you move in Is one way of establishing ru "

the condition of the premises $1 V Y5e j7.i
when'you moved in. It is a _

good Idea'jo have a witness or Fsi

witnesses to the photographs. .. ..... w V Jiff
If youare unable to photographthe Jl7rV/O

apartment, take along a disin. YfANMOaat SUGGESTION PAYS OFF TDC Gerald. Smidt (Right) receives a $200 Beneficial Suggestion

\ terested person to your new quar- Award from LCdr. L.E. Treadway, FASOTRAGRULANT Det Jax Officer in Charge. Chief Smidt
i ters. Then prepare a written inventory suggested concept changes in ASW training. r

,of the premises, preferably
.in the landlord's !- J
presence
Deadline for photo contestIf I
." making careful notation of any near
existing damages. -
Of course both photographs and you've got a photo that will be stricted to the back of the mount (non-military) categories.

inventory are better than either taken between January 1 and December ..only.No Color and black and white

alone. If you take these precautions 31 of this year, enter it in more than 20 boards may be prints may be submitted in all
; Y are not apt to have the Military Pictures of the Yearcompetition submitted by any one contestant. categories. Color originals are hot
:: un-w ?! Picture stories count as one beard required.

: r ," ,,U..IIM, ',ml'l'r"l'' RDUig:,; ...... .. .. .. .'.- It's open to military photog when counting total boards sub Entries taken by automatic,
J raphers and journalists. The mitted. large format equipment such as .

Be beautiful eight categories; include: news, If more than one board is used aerial gun cameras will not be ac-

N r portrait-personality, sports, pic for the picture .story, they must cepted.

ture story, feature military be taped together in proper se
for Santa Awards. will be made to first,
and non-military, pictorial and quence.
second, and third place winnersin
$ portfolio.AlTprints.mustbeAmountedTon. .Subject matter of photographs
MAKE YOUR
HOLIDAY7APPOINTMENT all categories and to Honorable
EARLY ? enteredJn J in( Hr riategorigsmusf'be'directly'relattdtar.militaty? : Mention" 'entries'.as"' appropriate1'
16x20 boards,either horizontal '
or : : fe-or'-
: I CALL 7712180Wesconnett To be eligible for the overall title'
vertical. Caption, or other neces- activity. :. with the exception Of
i "; sary explanatory material is re the sports, pictorial and feature of Military Photographer of the
Stylists 'j # Year, a portfolio must be submit-
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ted with entries in no less,than
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5329. WESCONNETT BLVD. .... five categories,one of which. must

I. .1.\ { o&m .:. :'$:. THE HAREM be a picture story.
Judging will take place at the
I University of Missouri School of
'ar
I'r New Summer Hours: Open 4PM! Journalism February or March.
\ NEWTOPLESS DANCERS Winners will be notified in early
.
'#1 1I 1I
TOPLESS GO-GO 4PM-2AM April.
I Raised Snow Bar

L 10 W. Church St. 351-9678 ;.w The Military Photographer of
I the Year will share honors with

the Newspaper Photographer of

Wwrrior.Ff.lwd r .1j the Year, Magazine Photographerof
the Year and Picture Editor of
EVERYONE HAS THEIR PRICE :
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:;.. the Year during Journalism Week
events at the University of Mis

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v' Each entry package must be

\ I { accompanied by a contest, entry
r form filled in and signed by the
4 4Jr. 4i \ .
: ; '... contestant.. Entry packages
should be limited to the work of

one man and mailed, prepaid, to:
Military Pictures of the Year
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Jr. mBE1! ,,:. ->:::. :>.:'(..": ,f f' Defense Fort Benjamin Information HarrisonInd. School

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{ 1974 WARRIOR 1s' FIBERGLASS RUNABOUT. GLOVE BOX WALK ASTROMOTORS
II I THROUGH WINDSHIELD BACK TO BACK ADJUSTABLE SEATS BOW RAIL BOW .
I CUSHIONS MECHANICAL STEERING PLENTY Of STORAGE BUILT IN ICE CHEST -'i r. '
1 GRASS MAT CARPET DURABLE MARINE HARDWARE HAND LAID HULL. C.

GATOR TRAILER WE'VE GOT YOURS. .. 49VWSTAWGN $10t

MERCURY SO H* OUTBOARD MOTOR ELECTRIC STARTING GAS TANK COM 49 COUGAR RH $1095
1 flETIlY RIGGED COAST GUARD EQUIPPED READY TO GO. 49 MUSTANG RH.AT W
49 FORD Falrlan R8.H, AT. SitS
41 CHEVY Pick Up $79) '
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v $259500 COMPAKt.n ANY'llcr. FURNITURE1'JTtRioR. 49 PONTIAC Sta Wan Loaded $79)
70SIMCARH $49)
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; 1 100 GAUIHiS$ OF GAS FREE WITH THE 1 1ST 10 RIGS SOLO 49 PLY FURY III $49)
49 OPEL Kadtttt $49)
REDEAMABli THROUGH THE MONTH OF nl.i 49 TOYOTA AT $49)
i r HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH ORANGE PARK 47 MUSTANG RH.AT $49)

! 264-0505 \ DE"siGNJRSJ51. / 41 CHEVY OLDS Cutlass Malibu RH.AT )9)Ins


: ...' PARK AVENUE: (HWY 17)) 41 63 VW FALCON sedan RHAC $49)$49)

.. c RAWG PJR-K. Pt-s. 267s1G 47 44CHEVY4cylStlCk MERCURY Capri RHAT. ,.*.$39)*39)
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JAX AIR NEVVS-AIRWINGER PArGiW'
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. Don't fall into :,:.: _. ,. ;" ? ,...:,.v... '.,. ,,.: .1fI.t .. .
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By CAPTAIN JOSEPH Y. !PPOI.ITO marked
on the item with the total borrower that the interest will be, r
When a serviceman goes out to price of the item (the purchase '$5.00 per hundred per year."
car,or tries to furnish
buy a : a
price
plus
interest and charges). This is NOT 5 per cent per year.
he usually discovers that
home,
Essentially, credit is simply the On a $2,300 loan for 36 months,
these items cost more than he can
renting of money, and just as a for example the rate of interestper
afford to pay in cash. lie also will rented house
or apartment (annual
must year percentage rate)
find that several kinds of creditare
be paid for so must rented money. is 10.24 per:cent Any contract in
available to help him pay for The"rent"thatis paid forcredit this example 'therefore, would

these items. is added by the lender to cover his have to show the annual percentage
This credit may be available costs of credit checks,the work In rate as 10.24 percent, not as i:2 i
from many sources, such as the
preparing "
contracts, collection of $5.00 per hundred per year.
retail seller,banks credit unions payments, record
keeping, filing The finance charge in this exam-
finance companies, or small loan fees, insurance to protect him ple would be $419.08, and the ,
companies. Further, the ser from loss if the borrower dies be- total amount of money that the t fr :

viceman will learn that he is fore paying the debt, and intereston borrower would have to pay to the ,,
being encouraged by merchantsand the money during the time the lender would be 271908.
advertising to obtain "easy borrower has the use of it. Small loan companies (com-
credit" so that he can afford the To avoid being confused
about panies lending up to $1,000) in
items he wants. Advertising may just how much credit will actu- one state, for example, may .
suggest "low, easy payments' ally the
cost borrower must care- charge an annual percentage rate
"easy terms," or "no money fully analyze and read the con- of 24 per cent on the unpaid prin-
down| take months to pay," The tract. The Truth-in-Lending Law cipal balance not exceeding$500

serviceman must be careful of (Federal Reserve Regulation Z)is and 22 per cent on any remainderof
"easy credit" easy credit may designed to help in making this the unpaid principal balance.A
turn into difficult bills. analysis. The lender must com- $1,000 loan for 36 months from
It must be remembered that pletely fill out the contract before such company would bear an
credit costs money. This is easily the borrower signs it. The con- annual percentage-rate 23.364
seen by comparing the price tract must show the finS'"p per cent. The total amount of
charge in dollars and cents the money that the borrower would
"annual percentage rate" and have to repay the lender would be
must state the amount of each, 140040. Small loan companiesare
Veterans
payment and number of ,pay often the most expensive TESTING, .10, TESTING-A HAS JAX 'Navyman takes a
ments. sources of credit.If Breathalyzer test after:having "a couple shots" at the Florida Highway -"
AskQMy The finance charge is the total a serviceman ,is thinking Patrol's.demonstration here.The man didn't quit mister,MM.10
of all costs that the borrower must about borrowing money or buyingan percent level that constitutes DWI In Florida, but he was close. .
pay, directly or indirectly, for obtaining item"on time"(on credit), he Remember that when you think about having "one for the road" ,
credit. This is, in effect, should be sure that he under during the holiday season. f' r;
local VA office has,denied the amount"rent"that must be stands all the terms in,any contract 1

me a home loan guaranteeon paid for the money borrowed.The he is asked to sign. If any ', ', :*,
a duplex house I wish to buy. "annual percentage rate" is the term is unclear,he should seek to
However, I believe I have a good relative cost of the credit in per- have it ,clarified BEFORE ,the
deal. What'can I do? centage terms.A lender may tell a contract is signed.:

,A-You, may write the VA regional ,

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shouldb.included,in"this com annual Children's Christmas Party Saturday, Dec.-15,.starting, at 2 willgetyou
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read that a new laboratory
technique invented by V A'is revolutionizing Santa Claus will be on hand and'there will be movies, refreshmentsand : :
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medicine' and sci much more. ,. $5OO1j; .
ence. What is It, and what is it
used for? Parents are requested to bring one gift for each child, not to exceed;,

Radloimmunoasay (RIA) $1.50 In value. Mothers are asked to bring cookies, cupcakes, etc.:

medical technique that Beverages will be provided.All ; ,
measures extremely small .
amounts of substances from the Branch,Unit and eligible members are encouraged bring their .ifVOUj0j ,
body.: It is being used in some children out to join in the fun and festivities. c
hospitals in connection with : i'
,treatment; for testing blood for For additional information on the party, contact Joe Bodin, Branch 1:!; ,

hepatitis, and for cancer and 91 Youth Activities Chairman, at 771-1892. 1'1'ie ,

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I j.. Mad Foxes chalk p' ;* ; ASO'winners


I; fourth and fifth wins: of two gamesJaxFASO

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;. Jax-The Mad Foxes: of VP-5 39: moved its National

'i c( won their fourth and fifth straight The victory over the Hawks Basketball League win totals up
:. National Basketball League hooked like it was going to be an .,n... to four with wins over the Marine
contests without a loss last week easy one for the Foxes when they Barracks and Medical last week.
when they victimized the Hawks coasted to a 53.30 halftime lead, The Marines actually outscored -
83-80 and breezed by MARTD 67- but the second half ended up 4 FASO in the second half of
being a complete reversal with their game and both teams had 33
AIMD wins the Hawks outscoring VP-5 5030. field goals, but FASO's :tl-29 first

The Hawks actually ,outscored .... half ,effort proved un-
,: I 99-94 shootout VP-5 from the floor, 32 field goalsto surmountable' for' the Marines .as
t 29, but at the line the Foxes they fell 81-71.
ifY
; I. Jax-AIMD and Hospital found their victory margin with Don Johnson was FASO'g key
engaged in a real shootout last 25 to the Hawks 16. man with 37 points. Dan
week in the American Basketball Brady Bearden shared top Schelhafe and Willard Martin
League and when it was all over scoring honors for VP-5 with helped him out with 13 points
AIMD's four man posse broughtthe Vic Slider when they each '' each. '
10 man gang from Hospital to collected 24.Slider played a large' The Marines were led by W.J,
justice, 99-94. role in VP-5's runaway first half : .. Bryant's 23 points, Fred Singer's
AIMD's 99 point total was lead when he scored 21 of his 24. .n .r 19 and Harrison Austin's 14.
compiled by four men as Kevin Jay Buchanan was VP-S's third In their second win of the week

Gordon scored 37, Lee Spencer double,figure man with 13.. FASO found themselves on the

25, Dave London 23 and Harry Rester Bryan. was the big losing side of a 37-36 halftime
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Jennings 14.Hospital's. reason for the Hawks second half ; score but when' it was all over

.. i totals were the success when he scored 18 of.his / they found themselves on the
result of 10 men's efforts but the game high 27 points. The Hawks tI R winning side of a 75-74 score
top four were John Whitehurst were also aided by Lynn Klein's FASO's 13 of 26 free throw
with,.19, Bryant Fuller with 17, totals supplied the victory when
Walt Johnson with 14 and Larry 18.MARTD didn't prove to be near Medical outscored them 33-31
Jackson with 10. the problem that the Hawks were from the floor.
Hospital was able to hold off the for VP-5 when the Foxes disposedof Don Johnson's' 28 were high for

1 four AIMD gunners 48-45 in the them 67.39.Bearden i' FASO but Larry Streeter claimedtop
first half and matched them 42-42 was once again top scorer with his 36 for Medical.
k 1 in field goal totals yet they man .with 29 points while Slider ONE FOR ALL AND ALL FOR THE BALL-This Narlax player FASO"'was also aided by Dan
,I, couldn't keep up at the free throw managed 11 in this game. (center) found himself surrounded by Data Processing DepartmentDPD Schelhafe's 20 points and Willard
line AIMD hit on 15 free throwsto Paul Tuggey picked up. 18 for ( ) players when he went up for the rebound, but it was one of the Martin's 17.Hamerter's.
Hospital's 10. MARTD. .1 few times NarJax wasn't dominating in their 63-22 win last week In the

J National Basketball League. (Photo by Vince Jakucunis) 43 ,.


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I .Basketball Intramural StandingsNATIONAL Sally Ervin not .: a libber ; !>



LEAGUE" W---L AMERICAN' LEAGUE W L I she just likes basketball' ': : :

VP-5 ; 5 0 HS-u ,
FASO 4 1 lIS-IS 5 0 By Mike Rose .
HS-7 3. 1 VP-45 4 0 .Jax-As the 73-74. NAS intramural men. We 'aren't really out to just aren't any sports for the
MARINE BKS 2 1 NDRC 2. 0 basketball season drew prove anything to the men. There women.." ..
HAWKS 2 1 679th 4 3' 1 near,20-year-old Seaman Recruit
AIR OPS 2 2 ADMD 3 'Sally Ervin realized suddenly, i
VW-4 ,.2" 2 .NATTC 3. 3 that there were no teams for
MARTD ', -2 3 HS-1. 2'.2 women.Sally,duty,driver for HS-
MEDICAL 1 2 HOSPITAL 1 3 1, did the next logical thing. She
NARJAX 1 3 MPO 1.4 Joined a men's team.
HC-2 0 3 FAPL 1 4 Sally claims that rather than

.. .. VP-56 n 0 8 being an ardent women's
liberationist she Is just a,
Pelicans basketball debut basketball player. ,
I "I don't want to work on

results in impressive winsJaxThe play planes ball'she" says. "I just want to

Base Athletic Director Frank
VP-45 Pelicans made 88-34 and
95-39 victories.
McCaffrey the
approached 'NAS
their first American Basketball
The 88-34 win
came against the Jax Executive Officer; Capt.
League encounters impressiveones Fleet Air Photo Lab (FAPL) with Donald Childers concerning
last week when they scored Rick Pruett scoring 18 and \
Gary letting Sally play with the men
679th evens up Rogers 10 for the winners. and the Captain gave his formal I kr
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Vince Jakucunis of FAPL was approval. The Skipper of
win-loss recordJaxThe high man in the game when he NAS Jax, Capt. WilliamSizemore I
scored 70 per cent of his team's has since stated that
679th teas brought points with 25. he sees no reason why any female
their basketball record to an even The Military Personnel Office wishing to represent her com-
three wins and three losses in the (MPO) team was the 39 points in mand by participation-on''' that
American League last week witha the Pelicans 95-39 win which saw command's basketball squad
70-55 victory over NATTC. Rick Pruett again leading his should not be allowed to do so..
NATTC held their own from the team. Sally, who played on girls
floor but it was a different storyat teams all
Pruett scored 23 points.in this through high school,
the free throw line as 679th game and received support from says that she enjoys her first
collected 16 to NATTC's three. Denny Dellwo's 16, Bob Ziegler's venture with the males. Her teamis
The Air Force was led by John 10 and Herman Lackey's. presently 1-3 on the season and
Schurtz's 20 points, Dennis she feels that she's had no troubleat
Carignan's 15, Jeff Hergen- The Pelicans again allowed the all fitting into her squad. .
roether's 11 and George losers the game's highest point What's in store for Sally's : *
Teasley's 11. man when Steve Murphy scored athletic future? SALLY VENTURES FORTH-Sally Ervin is ca'ught in the act of
Ken Honeywood had 14. and 24 for MPO.Balance; "Well,right now we have plans going up for a, rebound in action that occured in her team's effort
James Mette 13, for NATTC. for an ,all girls volleyball team against AIMD last Monday night. Sally Is the first woman to venture I
that forth into Jax's male dominated basketball league. (Photo by Vince
will
compete against the
Air Ops slipsbyJEEurricanes keys ""illf' Jakucenls )?

Open for your convenience 8 a.m.-6p.m. ,.

NDRC win: ; Closed! SundayD ': :,:< \. J- (
PICK Up.. K, DELIVERYO I ; \ ,,
Jax-Air Ops brought ,their : '
record up to the 50 percent Jax-NDRC and AIMD both h. J' '1'I RO SERVICE ( .Z ;
level and dropped VW-4's down to relied on balanced scoring at yr I ...-. ) G MECHANIC' ON DUTY \ I
the 50 percent, level last week .tacks rather than one big man in l
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with a 77-75 win in the National their American League con- ;
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John Fruge dropped in 20 attack proved to be more potent ESTATES ::11; BOB'S OAK HILL i'i'
points for Air Ops and watchedhis when they scored an 85-79 win. :::: ::
teammates Garry Pope and Bruce Dauer's 17,, James KEYSTONE.AT HEIGHTS$ i ti uni ::76 n i
Jim Rhodes contribute 18 and 16 Troupe's 16. Ken Folmsbee's 16 MOBILE HOMESITES: :::: :: "
respectively.VW4 and Ike Oliver's 13 led the way for: .SE'RYICE' CENTER f. :ft' ,
made Air Ops work for NDRC while Lee Spencer's 24, CLYDE W SIMPSON CO.: .. ......... .
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points, Gil Butler's 16, Alan don's 16 and Harold Jennings'12were .1rd&Jamm'sRoad_ f'hon11 -9156. ', '
Parker's 14 and Leo Johnson's 11. the biggest tallys for AIMD. ,.'.'., ,JT-:, .
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I ;' TEE TALKJax 1I NarJax captures- .

-- NarJax, apparently final round victory over the 'Wilson.
upset at being VP-49 team that finished NarJax's other victory in

-The Lady Golfers playea Mrs. Holland for their plans in completely left out of last ahead of them in the I the playoffs was a 6V& to 2%
a T and F tournament :on .making the dinner so successful. match the eventual
week's story announcingthe American Golf League. i over
Dec. 4 with the following
winners: Winners in this event were as golf playoffs, won the Last week's story I third place finishers, VP-5.
First Flight-Ruth Meaders follows: NAS Jax Intramural Golf inadvertantly announced Last season NarJax

Runner Up Lassie Mahoney Low Gross-Gary Mollencop and title last Friday with a 7-2 AIMD as the second place 1 finished second in the
Fewest Putts-Nelda Bradt and Frank Hyer. finisher in the American ]playoffs behind VP-24.

Penny Bennett Golf Leaguewhen in reality
Second Flight-Lea Balback
Volleyball
Low Net-o.E. and
Meyer Barry
Runner-Up-Bernice Anderson they still had to play
Fewest Putts- Ul Jacob I Williamson StandingsAMERICAN NarJax, since both teamshad e1&J..E"f& PROOF;,,

Third Flight-Arlene Howell Second Low Net-Ed Burns andB. 6-4 American League I I
Three-Way tie for Runner-Up: Holland records.

... Laurie Cynthia Klein Taeusch Third Low Net-Ernie Mills and LEAGUEW LVW4 NarJax won a nine-hole M \

Dot Davis Charlie Haverty 16 6 playoff with AIMD, 7-2, t

Fewest Putts-Dot White Longest Drive=Gary MoUencop NATTC 15 3 then went into the station
i In the 9 Hole Group, Menilee HS-11 No.1 13 9 championships and
Putt-Ernie
Brockley won first place, with Longest Taylor VP-5 12 10 promptly marched throughthe -.
Millie Ray having fewest putts. Closest to Pin-Bob Watkins HS-7 V .\. 11 7 competition and on to
On Sunday, Dec. 16, the Ladies 679th :'.' 4 14
\. Association is sponsoring a tt ,,P the station title. -- b
Mixed Event, to be played on the HandballStandings' NATIONAL LEAGUE. Howard Southard and iJ
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NAS Course. These are fun get .' Bob Floyd led NarJax'seffort
NARJAX 17 3
togethers and we hope for a good '- against VP-49 with
turnout again. Make up your FICEUR 15 5 their scratch 77s. Also
foursome and sign up for play by NDRC 8 14
Thursday, the 13th. n L VP-49 7 15. contributing to NarJax's ;;;
Although there was a chilly VP-5 7 0 HS-il No 2 2 14 title effort were Ennis

wind blowing for the Men's Best NARJAX 4, 2 MARTD 1 19 Smith, Joe Hengelmann,
VP-56 0 2
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there MATSG 3 2 .. .. ..' .... .
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r VP-16 .. 11 the Jax Navy Fliers last weekendbut game 105-99 even though Garry

;;'; 1j SOUTHERN ( 619th VW-4 :. 8 9 10 13 as far they as weren't the Fliers'were very' hospitable concerned points.Pope singed Levie Hamerter's the nets with 17 and 41 .

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Ii INDUSTRIAL BANK Ii FICEUR 1 1 18 setbacks. received.the majority; of the support Pope

l The Little Bank with a Big Heart" \V The Fliers only- consolation- In
: this game was their 77 per cent
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J.8O.D.IN (UWmhershlp;{ ) 771-1172 Levie Hamerter was the high
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_.. .-- ,' Jax The NAS Jax In- caliber competition and a Reeves, David Phillips. and? "
By Ron Howard ------ ------- ...._----J tramural Pistol title wentto 275 in the .45 caliber. Also Richard Anderbery.. I :
Fleet
took a first with what looks the Weapons team hand in the ,
Jax-The Annual Gator Bowl to be a 'pistol sharing a
promising boat.
Regatta, held Dec. 8-9, was its Results of officer elections heldat last week by virtue of their Weapons victory were FICEUR was third in the' ,:

usual success.A the December meeting are: 2176 to 2107 Victory over Willard Zimmerman, Ed shootoffs as a result their .

light nip in the air and a Commodore: Ken Hespe; Vice VP-5 in the championshipround Balderston and Evert 2051 to 2021 win over GEM. ,'

promise of sunshine got the fleets Commodore: Steve Nail; Vice of the shootoffs. Garrett. FICEUR was beaten 2006 "ti

out for a good racing day. Vice Commodore-Sail'Commodore-PowerKen: Noel Hyde; Lacey Adams was to 2078 by VP-5 in the first ::1

NAS Jax was represented by Ravu1 1a... Treasurer; Gary Weapon's top shooter in the VP-5's runner-up con-. round of the shootoffs while )

Fred King, taking second in. Tettlebach;. and Secretary: victory over VP-5 when he tingent consisted of GEM was beaten 1947 to "
Division A Cruisers, Jim Ray Marge Fuller. shot for a 281 total in the .22 Richard Erhardt, Roland 2153 by Weapons '
with a second in Division B j
Cruisers,and Greg Parker with a Our congratulations to the new
first in Division C. officers and our sincere thanks to
Ken lIespe in his new Laser those retiring.

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retired personnel within the area. The program is intended to provide EstateAssistance .1
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I\ _n By Joe P. Parker. ; eve., tests

: t: BASKETBALL, Ops 3-4 VOLLEYBALL GLAUCOMA tests were givento against glaucoma is an eye
i' Marines 36 VA-105 \ 2-4 Final Standings; civilian employees on 4,5, and examination at least once every
I I t' Supply 28 Supply : 1-8 NAMTD 7-0 6 December 1973. Of the 311 two years-or every year if it is in

Supply led the Marines 12-10 at BOQ ,..... v .' 0-7 VA-45 6-1 persons: who were tested 3.2 one's family blood relations.
\ r I. the half but the Marines got NATIONAL LEAGUE. VS-31 4-3 percent were referred to private Those who missed the
( rolling in the second half to win it VA-45 '( 6-0 Dental f, 4-3 physicians for further checking.Mrs. examination last week are encouraged
: "- easily 36-28. Wilson of Supply led FASO 5-1 VS-24 4-3 Flo Melanson, a registered to contact the Florida
!' all scorers with 17 points. VA-81 3-1 VA-37 3-1 nurse with special training hi Society for Prevention of Blindness '
Ops 55 VS-32 > 6-2 VA-105 1-6 Glaucoma detection, administered ., Phone 398-7091 for In-
i 'f' VS-22-54 VS-31 3-3 VS-32 1-6 the test and was formation as to where and when
;, (: ': Bailey scored 28 points to lead VA-37 3-4 BOWLING assisted by Red Cross Volun- they can- obtain this service

(I Ops in a close one over VS-22. NAMTD 2-5 Co-National League Standings: teers: Ruth Nolan, Joe Dulin, without charge.
Katzenmayer scored 22 points for VS-24 1-6 AIMD Avionics 25V4-5tt Patty Haynes, Pam Cover Dot During this testing period, 26 II
VS-22. Spencer also tallied 14 Medical 0-7 Dental 19-13 Matthews, Pat Dorsey, Judy civilians at Cecil Field agreed to
points tor VS-22. ADMIN.1 18V4-13V4 Rushing, and Mary Ohora. donate their (after death)
VS-32.58 Due to the use of an ineligible CLAW1'a 18-14 The examination is a service eyes
to the Bank. WOULD YOU
Eye
I .I VA-37-33 player VA-174 picked up a loss BOQ 18-14 provided by the Florida Societyfor LIKE TO LEAVE' BEHIND A
VS-32 handled VA-37: rather last week. The Marines are unbeaten CPO's 18-14 the Prevention of Blindness in
GIFT OF SIGHT? If so, contact
& easily as Moore dumped in 19 but still must get by tough ADMIN No. 17-15 cooperation with the Lions Mrs. Melanson at the above
points to lead the victors. AMD.VA-45 has the always tough Weapons ; 17-15 Clubs of Greater Jacksonville number donating
regarding
VA-105 43 Sunllners of VA-81, to go. The AIMD Staff :' ,14-18 Florida State Division of Health. your
the North Florida
to
i Supply 39 inter-league playoffs are now GEMD No. 1 10-22 Glaucoma is called the 'sneak eyes Eye
# VA-105 jumped to 19-8 lead in thief of because Bank for Restoring Sight, Inc.,
a scheduled for January 10. A Comm" 9-23 sight' it strikes
\ the Lions Clubs of
./ r' the.1st quarter of play and then basketball meeting for 2nd half GEMD No.2' 8-24 slowly and painlessly. It has founded by
the of
Florida and University
: held on to handle Supply. High participation will be held 7 High sets; become a leading cause of
Hillis Miller
Florida Hospital, J.
g' man for the Gunslingers was January 1974 at 1000. Call the Howard 592"* blindness among adults in the
"14 I Dakin with 12 points. Pelky led station gym for more in Whittlngton557:;' : '. United States. Even though Health Center. Gainesville,
the Supply squad with 12 points. glaucoma strikes mostly those Florida 32601.Additional
I formation.PADDLE Brown550Austin545
BASKETBALL STANDINGS BALL over 35, Opthamologlsts information on the
) AMERICAN LEAGUE U you are a home team and Boutin 543 : ", .y '; recommend that every person above may be obtained from
,r Marines 6-0 haven't completed your matchesyou Copeland 543 over 20 be tested periodically for Mary Wooten, Civilian Personnel
j VA-174 6-1 are almost too late. Barroque 523 the disease. Department, Building No. '39,
1 J- AMD 4-2 December 14 is the absolute last Schultz 514 Remember' the best defense Extension 280.
VS-30 4-2 dav for completion of the Lagac- 507 ----
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Intramural Bowloffs ; : : : : :,,vr

underway ; r'i
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will conclude tOm"h Bowling Standings : ;
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L--.. __ : !. !
:' Jax-The Intramural Bowloffs oM. :
t they finished two
:;, started yesterday at 5 p.m.at the Six Pack. James Blake's games behind The Marine Barracks and the AMERICAN LEAGUE PACIFIC LEAGUE ,

NAS Jax Bowling Center,and will the only bright 221 was Chiefs closed the season with a W L W L
( conclude with the final moment for the split which LATE CHARGEI\S 14
round Busch Buds. saw Stan Hatfied roll 42 SPLITMAKERS, 56 15
: tonight at 5 p.m.: The Dirty % Dozen a 213 for the Marines and Garland WOODPECKERS ,,40 20 BUDMEN 56 17 I '
I 'Continental League chance, the second missed a Duckett a 201 for the Chiefs. LEFTOVERS'3e 32 HOLY ROLLERS 4114 XV

Leonard Crowder his' GEMte8'm when they lost four to place spot AMERICAN LEAGUE GOOD AND BAD :rr 23 MAD FOXES '41 27
the
to a first place finish hi the and managed Loafers The Late Chargers and the HURRICANES 30 34 GUTTER RATS 36!% W%
only three
Continental League last from Woodpeckers BUSCH LEAGUERS rr 33 '
week FASO. Kim claimed the JITTERBUGS .36 36
Anderson's
'. when he rolled a 218 in his team'ssweep the inspiration for their 215 was American League bowloff spots ROSE'S RAIDERS 24 36 TRIPPERS .27 41 '

of the Leprechauns and a wins against FASO. three last week with the Late Chargers CROSSED BANANAS 21 36 NADS 27. 41

234 in their three wins against the PACIFIC taking seven and the Woodpeckers SUPERSTARS 6'. 54 WALLBANGERS U' 47SPORTBRIEFS '
LEAGUE
Gaffers. three.
Even though the Gaffers The Splitmakers did what they The Late Chargers took first CONTINENTAL LEAGUE \
had to do I
dropped three to.the GEMS, they in the Pacific Bowling with three wins from the Crossed W' L I I
League last
will be joining the GEMS in the had week and what they Bananas and four wins from GEMS 52 20 ,
bowloffs as a result of three wins to do was win three from the Rose's Raiders. Ben Hillman GAFFERS .49 22 Miss the .
over the Women's Lib team.With Jitterbugs. The result was that rolled a 219 in the Crossed THUNDERBOLTS 4S 27. Bowling Meeting? :

their total of four wins last week the Splitmakers finished in first Bananas only win against the PIN BUSTERS 36'32
place one game ahead of the idle Late Jax An organizational J
they were able to secure second Chargers. LEPRECHAUNS ,36, 36
place. Budmen. The Woodpeckers took second HUSTLERS33 35 meeting for the Spring ,|

The Thunderbolts had'to settle The Gutter Rats managed to with three wins against the Busch WOMEN'S LIB .33 39 Intramural Bowling season ;

for third even though they took edge out the Jitterbugs for fifth Leaguers.Marvin McClain rolleda POP TOPS 30 42 was held yesterday at the ,:

six out of eight last week." They finished place by the a half league game with when they the 235 and George Jacobs a 204 for CltAMECHS 19 49 NAS Athletic Office.your ;.., I
a sweep winners. ROOKIES
18
50
took three from the
Leprechaunsthen of command or unit did not :
the
Holy Rollers and three wins The Hurricanes I
followed through with three won two. and
wins against the Hustlers. over the WallBangers. the Good and Bad two in their ,ATLANTIC LEAGUE have a representative at

Richard Johnson rolled a 214 for Jerry Buchanan rolled a 211 final match of the year. The ,W L the. meeting and you_ plan to .

the Thunderbolts in the match and Jeff Brandt rolled a 204 in the Hurricanes were led by ,Bill NARJAX t49. 23, participate, contact the .:
Mad Foxes last match of the year Ballard's 207 and SIX PACK '
against the Hustlers. game Gaylord 4626 Athletic Office at Ext. 3239. "
which resulted In a of the Paulson's 200.
The Pin Busters concluded sweep AFEES 44 28
Trippers. DIRTY%DOZEN 42 30
their Continental League NATIONAL LEAGUE :...... ...... ... ........ .. Lifesaving Course Offered
schedule with the ::;::: !::::;:: ::::o::::;:::;:-::-:-:-:-:: FASO 34 38
a split against
Solex 5 won the National .
BUSCH BUDS 33% 34%
CHAMECHS. Mike Tennis
rolled a 201 for the Pin Connors Busters. ,Bowling League title last week MO FOS 32% 35% Jax-A Senior lifesaving .'.,
with the help of 3% wins over the LOAFERS 28 42 class will begin Jan. 7, 1974

Mike Holmes,Atlantic rolled League a 591 set Lifers and 'a forfeit by the Standings RESIDUE 24%'43% and run through Jan.. '31,
Dragons.Richard Moore rolled a BEAN BURNERS 20% 47%
last week that included games of 217 for Solex 5 in their match with meeting every Monday,
205 and 219. 'he led his w Lvp.16 '
team
as to the Lifers. The Lifers failed to Tuesday'and Thursday
the Atlantic Bowling League title use Richard Hunter's 236 game Vp-5 8 1 ,' NATIONAL LEAGUE from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at
with ,. ; 8 1 W L
three wins .
over FASO. and 615 set to good advantage as .. the indoor
VW-4 pool.
Six Pack, in the meantime, 7 1 SOLEX 5 57% 14%
sewed up they second Atlantic they managed only half a win. NDRC 6 3 REBELS .55 17 Registration is being takenin
The Rebels finished second
VP-49 5 2 RAT PACK 45% 25% at Services
Special
League bowloff spot with a sweepof even though they swept'four from person ;.
NATTC 2 5 FICEUR 36% 31% ,
the Busch,Buds. FICEUR 5 when Jimmv. BI g. 620. There is a
NARJAX 2 6 MARINE BKS 33% 38%
AFEES finished the
season Cruthirds rolled a 202 and a.207 HOSPITAL : 2 6 LIFERS 29%' 34% $3.00 registration fee' for

but with had a sweep to settle of for the third Busch_ place Buds as and Richant.Beam.jroJle4.aJ05.WRITE )} 'CPWII, '1. '7FICEUR ? CHIEFS .., 24 36MADFOXESNO.T the.class: Junior. ; lifesavingwill ...
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