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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: January 9, 1971
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Death knell soundingfor .r A


Commissary Stores ? New YearsTradition.

By Nick Young
Jax-Opponents of the military commissary store system have wonthe
first battle in a war that could see the end of such stores except in
remote areas where civilian supermarkets are non-existent. .
Closing the commissary stores would sound a death knell for a CAPT, PEEK
major benefit for active duty personnel with dependents and military
retirees. EDITORS NOTE: For years It's been a Navy tradition for the first
Recent studies by the Navy Resale System indicate that the savings entry In the New Year's log book to be a poem. This year'New Years
realized by the military shopper were about 20 percent of the total Eve Command Duty Officer was Capt. L.W. Peek and his thoughts
grocery bill. In states with a sales tax on food commodities, the follow.
savings has been'even greater..
But this savings has occured only because the commissary store has

been subsidized by federal'funds (appropriated funds). CommissaryStore Eight times chimes the bell,
construction has not been paid for by the patron, utilities for the
stores have not been paid for by the patron, and salaries for workers Father Time bids us all farewell.With .
have not been paid for by the patron. festive displays and new belief,
Recently signed into law was a new construction act on com- We happily greet his little relief
missaries requiring that construction be financed from commissarystore Some share laughter, some a tear. '
"profits". Result: an extra two percent will be added to the '
In either case, 75 is here.
military shoppers' grocery bill.
Many consider this as the first step to a self-supporting commissary
system. The next step will be the withdrawl! of salary support The At 81 West and 30 North,
final result? The finest NAS proudly holds forth.
Large supermarket chains have been contending for years that they Skies are clear, it's warmer than Rome.
operate on the slimest of margins: in the area of two percent. Con-
Jacksonville Florida call home.
sequently, if commissary stores become self-supporting, the savingsto we
the military shopper would equal l the chain store profit: two per- NAS does not stand alone,
cent.With Many others are in the same zone.
the local supermarkets close to the home of the shopper, it is

doubtful that he or she wih drive out of his way for the two percent. Commander Sea Based ASW Wings Atlantic,
of the commissary say that the stores
Opponents system were
Is Area Coordinator and our ISIC
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initially established only in remote areas and that now the system has
grown to the point that stores have been established in non-remote Commander Patrol Wing ELEVEN resides here too,
areas-such as Jacksonville.But He commands VP squadrons with "can do."

hasn't the Alice in Wonderland system of cash payment for Commander Helo ASW Wing ONE is on the scene,
meals been palatable only because of the commissary system? Commanding HS squadrons is his thing.
Commissioned officers in the military services had their cash
payment for meals set by the Career Compensation Act of 1949 (over
25 years ago). The first adjustment of that figure came last October NARF, for the holidays largely shut down,
when the military pay raise was split between base pay, housing Resembles a ghostly, deserted town.
allowances and food allowances. A 5.52 percent increase in 25 years. Naval Regional Medical Center stands proud and tall.
As the cost of living,and in particular, the cost of food,has increasedover
Some still call it the Naval Hospital. / .<
the years, the enlisted man has fared better. If he was permittedto
commute his rations,buy his meals someplace other than the dining Navy Finance Office is closed today,
hall, he was reimbursed the cost of ingredients that went into his But they'll be back to figure our pay.
peers' diet at the dining hall..We can remember when that was $1.05 :

per day.When it was placed under the pay raise formula in October, it Some of our friends are with us no more.
had climbed to close to $2.50 per day.
FICEUR and NAMTRADET
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their
Alice in Wonderland? The seaman apprentice who drew commuted just door.
rations received more money to purchase his meals than his com- Naval Air Reserve Unit continues steady,
manding officer, be he an ensign or an admiral. He still does. And with His reserves ,are willing and ready.
the present pay formula, he always will. The 679th Radar SquadronIs
Yet the amount of money the enlisted man draws in commuted the Air Force's contribution.The .
rations is not a reflection of the cost the Navy would incur if the man
ate in the dining hall. It doesn't include the subsidized construction of
dining halls; it doesn't include utility costs; and it doesn't include Naval Drug Rehab Center can be seen, ,7
personnel costs of those who run the dining halls. Much like the With its distinctive building of green.

commissary store system, isn't it? The Alcohol Rehab Center is fairly new,
The entire problem could be solved for the active duty person with But they have a spirited .
crew.
the'institution of a "whole pay" concept. Equal pay for equal pay About other ,
grade and equal work,regardless of dependency. Regardless of whereone fifty tenants receive our attention,
eats. Pay his money and let him make his choice where he will But they are too numerous to mention. ", '
spend it. Pay him for lodging and let him make his choice where he .'

will spend it. Watchstanders all, plus Security, ISO
But that is another problem. We might end up in three or four years Far, have had a busy duty.
with empty barracks to go with the empty commissary stores. And a Domestic
Department of Defense budget none of us could live with. tiffs, happy guys, and bad guys too,
Have given us plenty to do.

One young sailor raised such a clamor,

He received a room in the slammer.

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Rows of aircraft gleam In the moonlight,
Poised, ready for
::>' The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper ,/, flight.
.;; distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval' Air Station, An unaccustomed silence fills the night.
t' Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a Still
our planes
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR are ready to fight.
.. NEWS mutt be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, BON 2,
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: NAS Jacksonville by 12.00: noon on Monday before With
publication. News items are welcomed' from all sources. our backs to the past, and our faces to the future,

:,<:; Telephone 772-2413.- We hope for a rosier picture. .... ___,
advertised this
'Everything in publication must be made With
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to our objectives firmly in mind,
race, creed, color, national' origin or sex of the purchaser, do more, With less
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Twl we must find. .'.
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in Why I repeat?
the refusal to print advertising from that source." Why? We serve the fleet.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
.. concerning such should be directed to: '
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new price increase on cigarettes bought at
the Navy Exchange is due to higher cost prices from the

manufacturers, according to Exchange spokesmen.All .
cigarette suppliers have been charging more for
their products since Dec. 9. However, the Navy Resale
System Office delayed raising Exchange prices until
Dec. 26 to let customers buy cigarettes at the old prices
during the holiday season.
In CONUS, including Alaska and Hawaii, regular and
king size filter cigarettes are now selling for $3.15 per
carton. Non-filter king size and 100mm cigarettes are
selling for$3.25 per carton. This represents and increaseof

-. .warty 15 cents per carton.
y Single packs of cigarettes cost 35 cents per pack.
Navy ships stores afloat and overseas Navy Ex-
changes are also affected by the supplier price increase,
requiring an upward adjustment in the selling price.



CAREER ENDS-Master Chief Petty Officer Oaklty R.Grant and his wife,Shirley,art piped over
the side as Master Chief Grant retires after 20 years of service. Master Chief Grant was NIBS Jax's Llfnll GUITAR
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Command. (See Story Below)
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His future plans include finishing his studies for a Bachelor of Science degreeat Normandy Blvd.

the University of North Florida and becoming a teacher.He THE AMERICAN MUSIC STORE ,
started preparing for his degree in 1972 on a part-time basis and has 5225 LENOX AVENUE PHONE 7IMOM
maintained a perfect 4.0 average in all subjects. '(Across from Pizza Inn at Normandy Mall)
Master Chief Grant lives in Jacksonville with his wife,Shirley, and their three

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STAMP CIRCLESBy .JdWi1



Albert B.Close
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador-Coin collectors as well as
philatelists will find interest in the eight part stamp series just
released here.Various .
gold,silver and copper native coins are pictured on the four
ordinary (10, IS, 25 and 30 centavos)and four air mail (20, 40, 50 and 60
centavos stamps.
Total cost of the set is two and a half colones, or about one U.S.
dollar.This Is a reasonable cost In contrast to some other countries
who lately have been over-extending their issues with extra Ugh
values and unneeded souvenir sheets.
HEIMAEY, Iceland-Action Photos of the January 1973 volcanic
eruptions here will appear on two Icelandic stamps issued this month.
Smoke from the earth fissures can be seen on the 20 kroner item, while
the lava from the volcano is shown on the 25 kroner adhesive.
Most extraordinary about the five month long series of arth
shakings and lava eruptions Is the fact that a new mountain 706 feet
high (the Eldfell)was formed as a result of the disruptive activity
Nearly half the town was covered with volcanic lava as the total
population of 5,000 people was evacuated. The earth split open for
almost a mile in an area about 400 yards from the houses on the eastside
of the town.
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i OUTSTANDING SERVICE RECOGNIZED-Maor| General James S. Murphy, Commander of the
20th NORAD Region, pins on Major Kenneth P. Ttvebaugh's Meritorious Service Medal at
.. . . ... retirement ceremonies held last week for the CO of the o7Wh Radar Squadron.
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If'1 7:;; N :; ,m Maj. Tevebaugh retires as CO of 679th


IE B. Jax-Major Kenneth P. ground accidents. This safety and as one of the best in the entire
1J Tevebaugh, CO of NAS Jax's record brought much recognitionto Aerospace Defense Command.
679th Radar Squadron, retired the squadron and resulted in During his retirement
HOWIMS COM'D' last week with 24 years of active the accumulation of numerous ceremonies Maj. Tevebaugh'saccomplishments
service and 31 years of total safety awards. were
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7 0 BOATS, MOTORS, CANOES Maj. Tevebaugh assumed The 679th Radar Squadron presented with the Meritorious
("'"'(. } Trojan Slickcraft PiI command of the 679th Air Force underwent the most extensive Service Medal by Major General
I "'J Thunderbird Squadron in July of 1969 and changes in equipment, mission James S.Murphy,Commander of
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O\ A \NC., __ any predecessor. During the years under Maj. Tevebaugh's Major Robert J.Ringleb will be
O\" ns ........IW.. period he commanded the leadership than at any other taking over as CO of the 679th
"I, "m"\1 :: squadron, the organization period in its history and is Radar Squadron. He reported to

> ROOSEVELT PHONE 317.BLVD..",ORTEGA(Open Sundays RIVER) received its first Air Force regarded as the finest radar NAS Jax from Keesler Air Force

-L/ Pier 66 Franchised Marina. ., Outstanding Unit Award and its squadron in the 20th Air Division Base In Biloxi, Miss.MILITARY'S .
first Aerospace Defense Command -
/ Yacht eroker-wet Storage-Marine Hoists-Hull Service "A" Award. .
Expert Engine Servi.c..Out Urd.Stern Drive.lnboard
Also during his tenure as CO, DREAMFantastic

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Navy is currently general practitioners in the Navy In another program, specially Medical Service Corps officers days before admission and 120 //1
faced with major difficulties in in 1975, which is less than half of trained nurses will assist doctorsin are also helping to free doctorsfor days following discharge if the "J
supplying health care services. the 1,827 that the Navy employedin such fields as obstetrics direct'patient care by care is related to the same ;
There is an ever increasing 1973. gynocology, pediatrics and assuming administrative condition. ; ,
number of people eligible for To combat the shortage of family nursing.A comprehensive positions, formerly held by
medical care and a rapid declinein the for selected CHAMPUS advisors (health
physicians, Navy, in training program medical officers.:
the number! of general practitioners cooperation with the Departmentof hospital corpsmen is being The determination of who will benefits counsellors) are located Ion
Defense, has entered a five conducted to obtain warrant receive military medical care is stations and have complete
The abolishment of the draft point program devised to "shore officer physicians assistants. controlled by public law. The law information on the benefits It
caused all services to compete up"medical services. One aspect These warrant officers will be states that all active duty per available. They are there to ,I; .
with the civilian community for deals with the rehiring of regular qualified to assume many duties sonnel will be given care. Also answer questions pertaining to s'
the small number of general retired military doctors outside doctors now perform such as under law, dependents or survivors the individual's needs. Personnel
practitioners available.The the provisions of the Dual Com obtaining medical histories, of active duty members are advised to contact their
general practitioner whois pensation Act. Congress has performing physical "are entitled" to health care CHAMPUS advisors upon
,in most cases,the first to treata passed an act to pay doctors in examinations and recording providing the care is available, reporting to a new duty station or t
patient, is one of the most vital the military a bonus to make ,diagnostic studies. Within the and retirees, their dependents or prior to making a committal for
parts of the medical corps. This their salary more comparablewith next few years, the Navy intendsto survivors "may be provided"care care from a civilian source. ;,
Information
crucial shortage is worsening. It that of their civilian coun have a minimum of 150 of these if available.One may also be obtained -
is expected that there will be 810 terparts. "physician extenders". bright spot In medical care from officers the medical aboard administrative f
ship.
is the Civilian Health and
Medical Program of the With the'doctor shortage, it is
Uniformed Services (CHAM- more important than ever to
PUS). CHAMPUS, available in restrict non-emergency nonacute !
most areas, provides extensive problems from the emergencyroom
: y\n outpatient and inpatient care in after hours as much as I ,
civilian facilities to dependents of possible.
active duty personnel. This Active duty members are r j
service has been extended to requested to 'bring this information I
provide health care for retired to the attention of their
members and their dependents or dependents. They may be faced
survivors. with longer lines at the dispensaries -,
Care under CHAMPUS is on a but the Surgeon General
cost-sharing basis, with has asked for patience and understanding -
CHAMPUS and the patient from the Navy \' ,
sharing the expenses. In''com- community while the Navy will I
puting charges, inpatient care continue to strive to supply the
includes outpatient care within 30 best medical care possible.



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this sounds like something you've' been waiting for,
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Jax-The holidays and their bountiful meals are now things of the
past. For many of us the only reminders are the memories and a
snugness around the middle that was not,felt before.
Just a reminder that we still accept contributions of recipes from
our readers for inclusion in our column and give credit to the con
tributor for those used.
We don't have contribution for this week so we have selected a

recipe for... .
AnnOZ CON POLLO
(Rice with Chicken)

1 Large fryer, cut up >/& teaspoon black pepper
1 cup olive oil or salad oil Pinch of saffron

1 medium onion, chopped /i,medium sized green pepper, {
2 cloves garlic, chopped sliced
6 ounces canned tomatoes 1 % cups uncooked rice
3 pints water 6 ounces canned green peas r
1 bay leaf 1 pimento, cut in strips
3 teaspoons salt
Fry chicken in oil until well browned. Add onion, garlic, tomatoes,
bay leaf, salt, black pepper, saffron, green pepper, and water. Stir
thoroughly and let simmer for 20 minutes.
Place chicken in a covered casserole dish add rice and liquid, and
cook in 350 degree oven for 20 minutes or until rice is tender. Heat peas
and serve over rice.Garnish with pimento strips.Makes four generous PAIR CITED AT HS-S-Petty Officer Third Class David f. Albers of HS-S receives the Navy
Achievement Medal from Cdr. D.E. Hernandez, Commander Carrier Air Wing Seven, as Petty Officer
servings.Medical Second Class Michael T. Morrisey waits to receive HS-S's Sailor of the Year Award. Petty
Explorer Post Officer Albers was cited for his quick action during a fire caused by a helicopter hydraulic leak.


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you know a teenager who has an interest in medicine, releasedlast -
figures reenlistments.The He noted, however that
dentistry, nursing or another health-related field? week show that the Navy'sFY career reenlistments rate although the trends are en-
Medical Explorer Post 918, the Naval
sponsored by Regional
1975 reenlistment rate, reached 81.7 percent with 16,753 couraging, there are still areas
Medical Center has to these and
helped young people explore areas
cummulative through November, reenlistments (including 1,119 which need improvement. While
assisted them in planning for their future.
has reached a new high of 40.6 the
extensions) this Fiscal Year.In many of. ratings are
The program includes lectures,films, tours of the Medical Center'sclinical
percent for first term reenlist- NAVOP retention satisfactorily manned, there
a recent on are
areas,as well as social affairs and participation in community
service activities.For ments.So and recruiting, CNO Adm. several skills where reenlist-
far this Fiscal Year, 8,332 James L. Holloway III said, ments remain below required
information, contact the Post's .
more President, Tim McLane,
first term personnel have shippedover. .
offers wide levels.In
at his home after school at 264-6097, or the Post's Advisor, Ens. Ron "Today's Navy a
This includes
Arrison at his office at 772-2266orathis home,7813204. figure 2,436 range of career fields, concluding his the
message
extensions which count as specialized training, and
educational and advancement CNO said', "In 1975, I ask every
man and woman to continue efforts
SPECIAL MILITARY AIRFARE opportunities."The in the area of recruitmentand
first term retention rate
retention which have
will be directly proportionate to provedto
be successful in Thereis
1974.
the degree which eligible per- so
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in'the U.s. ."
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I VP-5 gives orpha ns a'"Mad- Fox"ChristmasOrion I

hats screamed to the scene, red lights vehicle.
By LtJg( ) Jan K.Smith nuns of the Istituto Pecorino, aircraft, donning hard ablaze, sporting silver asbestos- Father A. Navarria, civilian
Christmas arrived in Sigonella. located in the city of Catania near and other survival equipment their, lined firefighting outfits. The chaplain at NAF Sigonella, who
Sicily in fine style as members of the NATO ASW Patrol Base. playing soccer with children watched wide-eyed as has returned to his parent's
VP-5 hosted 95 youngsters for an Buses brought the children newfound "big brothers, or these "Martians" put on a water native Sicily to work in the
afternoon of games, toys, about noontime five days before engaging a team led by Cdr.Officer R.W.of show and then invited the kids to church,assisted in organizing the
goodies and Santa Claus. Christmas. They were separatedinto Weir, the Commanding don the protective helmets and sit event. After each child had taken
The "Mad Foxes" played host class groups and took turns VP-5, in a game of volleyball.crash at the wheel of the mighty rescue his turn in the outdoor activities,
to the orphans, teachers, and touring the "Mad Foxes' P-3C The NAF Sigonella crew he called them to order and

paraded them the two-block
distance to the NAF dining hall,
where they were served cake and

punch, donned "Go Navy" hats,
and awaited the arrival of Santa
Claus.
And arrive he did-to the wail of

a fire engine siren. Santa, who
STATEMENT corresponds in legend to the

Italian "Babbo Natale," sauntered -
into the dining hall followedby

maxi-elves carrying gifts
from the squadron.The .
"Mad Foxes" had taken upa
CONDITION
OF collection of toys and clothes

before deploying to Sigonella
from their stateside homeport at
NAS Jax. Since their arrival in

September, members of theairframes

Comparative Statement of Condition aid powerplants shops
had put in many hours repairingand
repainting the toys that

as. of December. 31 1974OFFICERS needed acuities attention.In several. hundred

dollars were collected by career
-- ewBsobr LA(jg)Fred Often from

.". the s af fee isjmfria fa. tae
weeks prior U Christmas U

ASSETS W4 WJ auvlaesst the supply of toys and
......
BJ WALKERChairman the last of
of the Board Cash and due from, banks 4,721,51207 3,921,22.24 FinisMs II'
their CtristMS cake the young
G.R. PORTER JR.
PresidentR.L. orphans lashed M longingly as
Investment securities:
child after child went forward to
2,157,541 44,7M.tt
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LENTZ U.S. Treasury securities
Vice President and CashierA.JEANMcLANE! '" Securities of other U.S. Government Santa te pick up his gift. In add-
agencies and corporations' 1,985,492.39 2,357,544.48 tition to individual presents, the
Vice President 6,544,355 4,574,04.06 orphanage was presented with
Obligations of States and political subdivisions
ALLEN. NOLAN Other securities -0- 0 four table soccer games, a
Vice President number of balls and
Trading account securities -0- 0 soccer ,
JOHN W. COLEMANAsst. '. Loans and discounts 22,963,79694 20709365.65 games and puzzles for the
.
.Vice PresidentANNETTEL.BULGER 1 t
Federal funds sold and securities purchased classrooms.
under agreement to resell 6100000.00 1000000.00 Following the distribution of
Assistant Cashier Bank premises, furniture and fixtures net 619,606.21 618293.37 presents, the children expressedtheir
CURTISA. DAHL thanks in song. After
Assistant Cashier Other assets 736,259 433,99204 singing several Italian Christmas

DAVID. DICKINSON I, M Total Assets 45,835,529.05 37268310.83 carols, the children and their
Assistant Vice President ,
American, friends alternated
ORLAN. MILLER choruses in such carols as "Silent
Assistant Cashier
., G Night"and "Jingle Bells,"whose
DAYO. PRINDLEAssistant CashierMARGARETM I strains are familiar to both lands.
LIABILITIES Santa had to be off to other
.to
Assistant Cashier RUSSO tasks (he really is an Italian
Demand deposits 18132007.31 14.161.747.5o civilian, Sammy Lapis, a
DAVID R. SIMMONS
Assistant Cashier .. Savings and time deposits ', 22008675.65 18,274,069.44 member of the NAF Sigonella
FLORA. WITHORNAssistant Total Deposits 40140682.96 32,435,816.89 crash crew), and departed as
Cashier Federal funds purchased and securities -0- 0 boisterously as he had arrived.
sold under agreement to repurchase "' -0- The children said goodbye and
Other liabilities 2560190.14 2102301.89 Buon Natale as they shook hands
with their "Mad Fox" sponsors

DIRECTORSCHARLESH (Italians, even little ones, are
BARCOPresidtnt Reserve for Losses on Loans 297,621.45 265,423.92 noted for the warmth of their
: Capital accounts: greetings and farewells), and
Barco Contracting Company Inc. Common Stock, $10 par value per share: 540000.00 540000.00 soon piled on their buses and

LORIMER Retired. BLITCH Authorized and Issued, 54,000 shares headed for Catania, their lives
Surplus 2100000.00 1790000.00 hopefully made a little brighterby
JAMES A.Retired CRANFORD. Undivided profits..: ,.,." ..,-? .* ? .,"- 197034.50 134768.13 the afternoon of fun.

ENSOR. DUNSFORD.JR..M.D.Presldtnt Reserve for contingencies '. < .:..:'., 0. 0 VP-5 was glad to take part 0 in it,
Total capital ?:, ,2.837,034.501L.46".768.13 not only for the sake of the orphans
Emergency Group, Inc. but also because the af-
,
St Vincent's Medical Center Total Liabilities 45,835,529 37,268,310.83
ternoon put a bright note of
RALPH Vice President. HOYT Christmas In an otherwise lonely
Hoyt High Fidelity Center, Inc and difficult day-to-day existence

A.LELANDBURPEE away from home on deployment.
Executive Vice President
Florida Title and Mortgage Company .

HARRY JAMES '.":. f I' Free Concept
President
E. James. Inc. :+: :" ;. .
Harry ..:
G.R. PORTER,JR. I z' Set at chapel
President l{
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JOHN. ROGERSPresident ", () Jax--"Praise and

Rogers,Miller, Taylor&Co. Company", a youth folk-

GEORGE E. UTSEY.JR. I rock choir, will present a
President free gospel concert, "Come
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Utsey's Inc. Together" Sunday at 7:30

B.J.WALKER p.m. at the NAS Jax
President and Officer Chief Executive Atlantic, Bank of West Jacksonville Protestant Chapel.Refreshments .
The Atlantic Jacksonville National Bankof < will be

served after the per
4328 BLANDING BLVD. AT HARLOW PHONE 771-6161 formance.

Deposit Insurance up to$40,0001 (by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) Everyone is invited ,to
come out for an enjoyable
evening of fun, food and

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By Pat Carter
':.} and
PII3 Jimmy PUbeam
__?v." Neuffer: Hurricane Hunter, of
'. J Jax-Lt. Judy one the first Navy
y aviatrixes,first woman pilot to fly Into a hurricane.
; These are the"titles" by which tne public knows Miss Neuffer, But
dg'
't what really constitutes the person-the: woman-Judy Neuffer
Some people would probably assume,'and quite naturally so, that
she would be somewhat"taken"by the mounds of publicity and public
attention being a "first" acquires.Or that she would carry a portable
'( soapbox around, ready to attack male oppressors and defend the
woman's cause. Actually,Judy is neither of these extremes, but has
somehow struck a harmonious chord between the two.
Naturally, the publicity has taken affect on Miss Neuffer's life,but
not adversely so. She is more or less paying the price of being one of
the first Navy aviatrixes.The publicity is not sought after, but, on the
.' contrary, she is the pursued. This fact itself speaks well of Miss
Neuffer's accomplishments.She .
o has successfully integrated a totally male environment,yet she
':I'' did it not to prove a feminist point and not to merely be the first woman

....0, ,,:,,' pilot.She was given the opportunity,accepted the challenge, worked
hard and acquired her goal.
'" :, 4, Miss Neuffer's motivation is strictly personal. She was raised
around flying and made her first solo at age sixteen. She is flying
because she loves to fly and she is doing a job that she loves to do.
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( Miss Neuffer is much more than a Navy Pilot. Being a Navy Pilot
just happens to be her job, and she just happens to be one of the first
women to do the job. She is a friendly easy person who attains accomplishments
) without using ploys or tactics.She is honestly "Judy"
E 1 and is accepted by her peers as such.Continued .
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give you a complete 744-2322 "
seal job for just $19.95. 1333 North Main Street : COMEIN, AND LET US MODEL ,,,M .
(Most places I I it'll cost you as 6 3537581535Cassat Ave. ALL OF THE LATEST FASHIONS, ?'fi ..
much as $75.) 387.5648' > ;
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cleaning all filters adjusting 916

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PNCS Watson of VW-4,The squadron Miss Neuffer is attached to,
remarks about the amount of ribbing she has taken and how well she
accepts it. PN3 Roger Gilbert says of Miss Neuffer, "She is the only
woman I have ever worked for and she is one of the best officers I have
ever served with." VW-4's Commanding Officer, Cdr.Siren admittedhe
had a preconceived image of a "tomboy"or"Libber",but actually
Judy was shy at first but was well accepted by the crew.
Cdr.Sirch says,"Her knowledge of the aircraft is above average and
she is a good pilot, a pleasure to have along". d.I
Miss Neuffer enjoys doing things in her apartment. She likes to cook r
and sew (very domestic for a woman pilot). She has two cats which '
keep her company when her hectic schedule allows her a quiet eveningat : ;: _
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home. ; e,
While in college Miss Neuffer was not a member of any "in- rowd"or _
sororities.She was not a participant in the then popular drug sceneor
campus radical movements. She majored in computer' science,
graduated in June 1970 and was commissioned ensign in June 1970. :
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Miss Neuffer has accomplished quite a lot,not only as a woman but : ;I _:i
as a person. She is flying because "it is in her blood" and she is .
satisfied with her status.She has no desire to fly combat. Miss Neuffer .
says that"flying into hurricanes is all the combat I need". i k >r'f; y

Lt.Judy Neuffer's accomplishments speak for her as an ambitious kg a. ,
person,with the drive and capabilities to attain personal success.
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finance charges. Our Annual Percentage, .' r
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Rate (APR) is 12 per cent. .most bank and department store : .
\ ," credit! cards charge 18 per cent. ". .

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union today for the help you need to start the new year right!

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.- _. :23rd Annual Meeting..7:00: pm, Civic AuditoriumMore --:

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MOTORS j r JAX NAVY' FEDERAL CREDIT UNION '

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Phs3S7-541 ROOSEVELT MALL CLAY COUNTY
Tel.3841391Mon..Fri.lOAM5:30PM Tel.264-7568190 Arora Blvd.near Orange Park
Tues.Thuri.Frl.l2PM-7:30PM:
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SERVICE PERSONNEL .. 'NAS CECIL FIELD Bldg.2 .
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'Dra onsla ers' win t..11COMMUNITY I



free trip to GitmoJaxWhile t r

the rest of the NAS Jax community spent a ; i
holiday season filled with Santa Claus, turkey and new r7r 4 a
year spirit, HS-ll's"Dragonslayers"were packing for a IIIfB
month, away from home. ,
HS-llleft Saturday to join the aircraft carrier John F.
Kennedy at Norfolk before heading for GuantanimoBay
Cuba for refresher training. lit J"'I
Operating as part of Carrier Air Wing One, the
"Dragonslayers" are scheduled to return here early r
next month.


Volunteer firemen needed
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Jax-Volunteer Fire Station No. 26 is looking for NAS
Jax personnel who want to help their community.The h
station is located on Picketville Road at Kings
Road.If .
you're interested in giving the Station a hand, call
Steve Herman between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. at 358-3812 or PROJECT-P01 B.T. Green (Left) and P01 Gent Brown load Christmas toys for
visit the Station Tuesdays or Thursdays or between underprivileged children in the Jacksonville area. The Navy and civilian communities combined
7 a.m. and 9 p.m.HONDA ,their efforts to gather toys for over 700 children. Radio station WPDQ and Greater Jacksonville
Economic Opportunity also assisted.

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WHAT'S NEW? EVERYTHING'S NEW!!
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WE HAVE REMODELED!
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PUSSYCAT ESCORTS (Dancing Partners)
Continuous Door Admission HALF-PRICE!
Go-Go Mon thru Thurs 6 to 11 pm
244 WEST IthST I SIthST EXITPH HI 3 4Open4pm
tarn (Sundays too)
CHRISTMAS GOODIES for needy families in the area were collected at the NAS Jax Petty Officers
Club. Needless to say, the drive was successful.
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Why pay full price when you can get it for less? For Our 200th Birthday

74 MUSTANG I II

67 CAMAR I $3595 I

Stick console, bucket seats,
Transportation special vinyl top, LIKE NEWII 551 .
Ca. tear ia_
70 OPEL GT
$49 5 House of Quality Foods

$1895 CEDAR HILLS
69 EVELLE SHOPPING CENTER

Super sport, speed, 72 DATSUN
good condition Make Offerl1 Monday thru Thursday Friday -

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72 TOYOTA 73 REGENT FILET CHOPPEDSTEAK

Corolla. 5 speed MOBILE HOME MIGNON orCHICKEN
12'(60, 2BR, 1 Bath Unfurn )79 139
Any Potato.
., $1895 $5895 Tossed with Dressing Salad DUMPLINGSTwo &

72 MONTEGO 73 SKYLINE Two Vegetables
Bread and Butter
ACATPSPBvlnyi top MOBILE HOME
12'(52', 2 Bedroom I
HOURS 11am-2pm and 4am.8pm
. 'V $2495 $4995I
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a a D CALL: 387-3566 Movie ScheduleThursday f

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Ads should be mailed to arrive not later
than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads .
arriving too late for this deadline will be OublishecJ the following week unless the publsher; Is In. ,. .. . '. .. . .

structed otherwise. A check or money order for he cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy. .-

RATE minimum charge (U'lines) ,Jan 9 Sunday, Jan. 12
.$2.50
Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...,0ci "THE LONGEST YARD" "OUR TIME"Drama,Starring
Mail to HOLT PUBLISHI NG CO.,.565
SHIRLEY AVE., JACKSONVILLE 32210 Action Comedy Drama Starring Pamela Sue Martin Betsy Slade

'-- .. Burt Reynolds and Eddie Albert. and George O'Hanlon Jr. "PG"
SE..UAT'D SHIPMATES
EMPLOYMENT' t Plus eat-in kit. In this NIN ROOM "R" (121 min.) (91 min.)
L- 3BR. home withcarpet Before buying or selling your Real
BIRO, AC, $23,000. FHA or Property, Call, Discuss, Then com. Friday,Jan. 10 Monday Jan.l3"SLAUGHTER'S
SALf MANAGEMENT TRAINEE VA. pare. Joe RoplaK, Realtor-Associate, "40 CARATS" Comedy BIG RIP-

I A rapidly expanding major company JACK V. FOREHAND, CORP. with Blanding Agency Inc. Off. 771- Starring Ldv Ullman and Edward OFF" Action Drama Starring I

[desires to Interview applicant for a Realter.M.L.S.Located 183rd Street 771-M44 8036 Res. 781.7715. Albert. "PG" (106( min.) Jim Brown and Ed McMahon.

(sales management position. Resident Between Cecil on Field.HAS Saturday Jan. 11 "R" ((91 min.) ,
.f area at least 2 year*. Should have EMRENTALS vt>| I
"THE J U
some business or sales experience. No BOOTLEGGERS"Action Tutlclay. I. : J'
traveling. Liberal Starting Income ADORABLE WILMAR APTS. Drama Starring Paul "JUGGERNAUT" Drama,

I based on qualifications. Free fringe Is the WORDI! Fireplace, dbl. garage, 2BR. Apt.water, sewage, & garbage.All Koslo, Dennis Fimple and Slim Starring Omar Sharif and
benefits. Call Mr. Wintamute, Fri. carpet,CH and Air unit you can't finda ground floor, quiet St., House pet Pickens. "PG". Richard Harris. "PG" (109 min.) \
I Jan. 10th at 396.9376. better buy at $21,500.YOU'LL O.K.,'small child O.K., no yard dogs, I
LIKE MEI! Furn. $150., Unfurn. $125., Washer -- .
MISCELLANEOUSJil; I lam a 3BR., 2BA. Rancher, with den, $10.00, 100 Ft. Clotheslines, new I
I' ft\IS :
eat-in kitchen, 2 car garage. Close to aluminum siding, new roofs. 387-2541
Mayport and Regency Square. VA or or 384.2986.2BR. .
CRABS
LIVE
Conv terms. QUESTIONSABOUTLOANS
Wilford's Fish
Camp
2M. 707 SAVE GAS MONEYIf .,10X50 MOBILE HOME
you're stationed at NAS. See the Lg. pvt.lot, water, sewage, & garbage
BED SM.'IBox inside of this landscaped, 3BR., 2BA. furn.Married couple only, No childrenor ? '

springs KING SIZED& mattress, 399.5990 if no well Hills.decorated home in Ortega Hills. pet, SSO.Dep. $100.Mo. 772-9839. o

answer 3991937. YOU CAN'T
Beat the price of this 3BR., 2BA., PARK PLACE APARTMENTS WE'LL ANSWER THEM.No
1 & 2BR., from $165. 401 Loring Ave., /
CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY Family room home. Pay equity and
O.P., FLA. Min. from NAS & JAX.
LEFT UNCLAIMED assume pmts. of approx. $200.00
Just off Hwy. 17, Spa., Ig. closets, '
Singer Zlg-Zag sewing machine, ORANGE PARK Pool lighted tennis court. 2640091 ( names No sales pitches
almost like new, was Christmas Pest Schools in area) Excellent
layaway and never picked up. location.3BR., V/,BA., Come by-have
2SR., 12X18 MOBILE HOME
Customer leftarea, and we are unable coffee-and make an offer. Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on
Lg. Itvt.let, water, sewage, & garbagefurn.
t* lee.". Pay balance *M. II' assume ..aAMOIARKAssume. Married couple only, No childrenor your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick,
UO.mentti IN Y'"tftts. WILL TAKE a mortgage, ef 7 percent keep pet. S50. dep., $135. mo. 772-9839. courteous answers, call us today.We won't ask your name'
TRAM.Call 731.0255 ask fee" layaway your payments lewl) 3IR., 2BA., or talk shop unless you want us to. '
department.. Free heme trial. garage, lets of storage area,and only' aliA TERRACE M MILE H.MCS12XM #.

3 years eld.VERY. 2BR., Patio, AC, I Iff. tot child & Dial Finance

.EOROE'S KENNELS FLEXIBLE TERMS small pet o.k. $160. plus deposit. 5316Tlm'.f'ul,1 Vtf. eton't want you to ... MS just fr our money.
Lots Of Hving In this 4BR., 2BA split Re1. 615.MOitLE 44) W. Memoe St.
.fl i* Cats BeaNe 772 366-0735S25C .,
level, 2 car garages, covered patio,
Since 1925. Grooming, training & 'I .
Beach 61 vd. 396 2SS5
and even roem to garden.
shipping.Bankamerlcard Visitors*. Mastercharge welcome. ANAYMANNeeds [I HOMES IJUSTISS | 4721 San Juan Ave. 34.2314 ..

honored. Off 1.10 Near Cassat Ave. & yeur helpl! Home Immaculate TRAILER PARK 1436 Erfaewood Ave. West 764.2SS3 J
carpeted, 3BR., 2BA., dining room '
Edgewood Ave. garage, apt. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean moderntrailer Sleiman Lone Star Center !

SMS Edgeweed Cewrt,781-125 BEDROOM BRICK and apts. 389.3007. 6681 Arlington Rd. 724.9555

Huge family room, separate DR,
FURNACE REPAIR SERVICE equipped kitchen on a large shade lot WE BUY AND SELL
Wall & space heaters, heat pump, with FENCED YARD. Easy terms. GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES
Tyler's Heat ft AC, 111-5141. TALBOT AVE. Phone 388 4619
4WW
A must to see 3BR., I'/iBA., CH&A, In

QUEEN SIZE BED $15.00 a LOVELY neighborhood! iB & J MOBILE HOME SALES
Box springs mattress, 399.5990 If no FROST WON'T BITE # 3731 Phillips Hwy.398-8926 Big Chief Say: '
2BA. brick home In
answer 399.1937. Your Pursel 3BR., New & Used homes, special discountsto
LOVELY Heritage Hills. An excellent the military. See Bill Vernon CPO 4 Come get World's
equity buy and pmts. under $200. USN Retired. We also do towing and
SIBERIAN HUSKY ORANGE PARK anchoring. Best Tire Bargain!
Spayed, very good with children. Call 4BR.,28A., $4,000 Equity, assume 7% I

7811532. percent mortg. AMERICANA MOBILE HOME PARK

CHOICE ACREAGEIn Near NAS & CECIL. Lots 45'X97', $45.
L| REAL ESTATE -I| surrounding counties 2,5,20 and 40 1st. MO., FREE, Low Cost elect.
acre tracts, and 182 acre farm, all or hookup. Phone 171.5147.TRANSPORTATION.

TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo part. Most owner financed. MAXIMUM

up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile FOSHEE REALTY, REALTOR M.L.S.ZERO I t J '
radius Cecil Field & 1.295 52000.00 to 388-1511 SAFETYPlus
S3.000.00 per acre. Prices are far E3's A UP, NO CASH NEEDED
values. Call Tony Financing arranged for low mo.
below near-future DOWN, ZERO CLOSING
George, 389.5514, Eve. 771.1976. 4 large BR's, CH&A, range, refrlg, pymts. Good dependable used cars, a ,
WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA Fncd., workshop' other xtras Avail. good selection, 388.6422. EXTRA HIGH I J
Realtors Specialist Now. $25,000.
1973 HONDA I75C.O. J
VANSANDT REALTOR, 389-1549
2 Helmets$400. '
EQUITY BUY 778-3511 or 772-8783. MILEAGE
1856 sq. ft. home with apt. In back. MOBILE HOME LOTS
sites, beautifully wooded, only
Less than $3100 equity. 1 acre '41 MERCURY COMET
JACK V,FOREHAND, CORP. $200.00 dwn. will finance to suit your 6 cyl. stand trans., new Insp. $300. MONARCH
Realtor.M.l.S. 771-8144 budget. Open weekends. Also Engine only from '74 Toyota J r -
PACETTI REALTY CO. 824-8114 FIBERGLASS
Located on 103rd Street Celica GT, only 8,000 MI. $400. 264-
Between Cecil Field ft NAS 7166.
BEAUTIFUL AVONDALE BELTED TIRE 36.000 MILE

4BR., 2'/ BA., CH&A, carpeting Ig. LLOYDS CORVETTE PLACE 1
POLYESTER BODY PLYS GUARANTEEriMKAMCIIICMfl
LR., Si kit. 2.car garage. 387.2167 We buy & Sell Corvettes
BEAUTIFUL KIDNEY SHAPEDPOOLGoes FIBERGLASS BELTS
Cassa A.3883311.
434
with this large 3BR., 2BA., with

1547. sq. ft. only $27,500. All terms. BOSSEN REALTY, INC. F78x14or15.4FOR.$91.80G78x14or15..4FOR.95.80
JACKV.FOREHANDCORP.Realtor.M.L.S. Realtors M.L.S.384-2114 If rooms I
771."" ROLLING HILLS your '
Located on 103rd Street Good location between bases. Backs to
.
Between Cecil Field. NAS woods with extra deep fenced back look tired or

yard. 3BR., 2 bath, Ig. MBR many H18X14or15..4FoR..99.8O
I
THE NEIGHBORHOOD GREAT closets, All kit. equipment. WWcarpets hopeless call

So Is this 3BR., 1VBA. home at shows beautifully. $400,400. FEr' from $2.50 to $3.13

$24,500. Brick front, corner lot, new w- ORANGE PARK us for help.We'll PASSENGER TIRE GUARANTEE
w carpet & some special features Montclair, Almost new in beautiful Guaranteed
against all road hazards for the life of the original
you'll want to see. All terms. condition. All brick 3BR, 2 bathCH&A send you tread. If tire fails, we will, at our option, repair It free or
JACK V.FOREHAND CORP. paneled family room. King replace,charging only for the tread wear on a pro-rata share
Realtor-.M.L.S. 771."" size MBR, eat-in kitchen,many xtras. a decorator of the current price plus tax. ,
Located on 103rd Street LARGE trees, beautiful yard. $48,800. _
NAS Guaranteed against wear-out for a specific number of miles. If
Between Cecil Field ft BELLAIRO.P.Nice
neighbors & best floor plan In free. tread wears out In this period we will replace It. Charging for
family mileage used on a pro-rata share of the current price, plus tax.
LARGE CORNER LOT area. 3BR, 2 baths, paneled '
Commercial vehlc'es excluded.
Exquisite 3BR., 2BA. home, with room, W-W carpets, CH&A, Large
trees shrubs, w-w carpet. BIRO, corner lot. Lg. garage for work shop. Penneys

Garage only $33,000. This won't lastl! All terms. $39,500.SNOW 1u .
JACK V. FOREHAND,CORP. WHITE'S CASTLEis Custom B
Realtor-M.L.S. 771-8844 yours with this 3BR., 2BA., & Den.

Located on 103rd St. Unusual features. CH&A, Cent. at
Between Cecil Field ft NAS vacuum system & covered patio. VA. Decorating

NEAR BASESCB FHA Terms.. EQUITY$32,500. BUY Cedar Hills. TIRE COMPANY

3BR., 1BA., home fully fenced. Less than $3,500. equity to assume brick [masi"i rharqi
Neat In settled area. VA-FHA.$21,700. payments on this super $39,900 and 771-6361 Open 8-6 Mon.-Fri., 8-2 Sat/
JACK V. FOREHAND.CORP. home 3BR., 2BA., FR., CH&A, \.

Realtor-M.L.S.. ; 771-8844 dbl. garage. 2SO ** YJPOHT BOIS
CIRCLE ME JCPenneyWe.know
Located on 103rd Street comfortable 3BR., 2BA., home, BL ANOING Bl VD > PM I 1 1 PS M W Y
Between Cecil Field ft NAS I'm. covered patio 1. f V TIJHNF B DB '41,
CH&A, W W carpet, whatyou're
& garage. My kitchen Is a cook'sdelight looking for
FOSHEE REALTY .
Only $23,900. FHA VA terms.
Immediate cash for your equity, none BOSSEN REALTY, INC. I. .
too large or too small. Realtors M.L.S.184-2114
188-1581 Broker



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Lady Kenmore Coppertone For Sale: 35000 BTU OIL
...""'hW..W..V ,,_ _w."w.w.wn'w.w.'w ,..''''' ''' ,..''''w., WASHER-DRYER CombinationIdeal HEATER 011 Tank and Stand $50

Trailer or Apts w-Hook upSize Call 358-1595
THE SeT ": Standard Washer $150.00 ..._:.

A FREE PERSONAL Call 249-0565 or '744.1941 Will For Sale: 71 TOYOTA COROLLAAC
MARKET.
for Military. and Civilian Employees cf Deliver Locally Automatic Good running

------.. ..- .- .. condition. $900 or best offer Call
1 Large REFRIDGE and 358.1595

r FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM STOVELargeoven( ) Heating ...-.-
Elements New. Asking $160.00 for GUITAR-Yamaha 120 Like new.
(ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS)
I Both. Will Sell Separate. Will Originally$120.00 Now$85.00 with

I Deliver. 264-5945 after 5pm carrying case. NAS Base Ext 2541

C II .......... ask for Pat.Aquasport .

Cr Craftsmen Heavy Duty CHAIN -.-.-..
Cr SAW, 22 Inch Bar with Roller Tip. 22'2" Twin 65hp Merc

I $264.00 New.. '11 1 Year old. $125.00 Power Tandem Wheel Surg brake

26 5945 after 5:00: PM Trailer, Outriggers, Canopy,

.......- Flshbox, Etc. $3,500.00 Call Eric
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW II
r 1969 CHEVROLET Townsman
786.5824
f BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. ;
STATION WAGON V8 Engine
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rr r 327 Standard Shift. One Owner 73 HARLEY DAVIDSON 74 Full
Car. Good Condition $700 Call 389- Dress Low Miles in Exc. Cond.

i Name Office or activity to which assigned I 8776 HONDA 750 ((4)) W-Extras In

t I .......... Excellent Condition. PN1
I 1964 FORD GALAXIE R&HPSPB Sterling 2767.2768 (Work) 284-9350

I Rank.Rate or Grade Work Phone Ne. Signature I Bucket Seats with AT on (Home) after 5pm Orders Force

I Console. $300.00 Call Harris 786- Sale
I. I. Advertising will be accepted only from active. must provide all Information requested i ie: Full 5835 or 772-3026 after 1700 .....-..
military or civlin: employee: personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and r
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil' Field his signature grade or rank.rate, office or activity I 1972 MERC. MONTEGO MX
to which he is assigned and office telephone This Fantastic Offer-1974 TOYOTA ACPBPSAT, 8 Track 5 Mags, 5
2. Free advertising in the ,VleeT MARKET"I
I information' is for authentication only and your ad r CORONA 4 door 4 speed R&HAC, Radials Roof
will be .limited to; Offers to buy, sell or rent housingfor Steel Vinyl
of' this information
should be worded independently
I personal' use as a residence, offers to buy or sell I Way below new car prices $2,500.00 Best offer, Must Sell/ 778-
r personal property offers of or requests for rides to S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear in I Private owner Best offer 778-4027 2843 after 3:30: Tom.
and from work, announcements of. educational'
r the following edition 'is MONDAY NOON. Ads
courses offered by n&n profit' organnations or I
after that. date will be placed in the
arriving For Sale.Brand New 24" Chain-
r governement agencies ,Ads for rentals, will be accepted '. r 1973 12x60 2 BDRM, 1 BA,
'following week's edition: Ads will be run only onetime
I only if the words "PCS" (for military), or unless re submitted as prescribed: above. Gemini-May 21 to June 21 Venue UnfurnishedCentral Heat & Air,2
"Officially ,Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the I "10" Mirror In the back.. Util. Sheds, Leaving area, No

Jacksonville ad. Ads for areal pets) are will included be earned in the only wording when of the accompanied 4. No phone calls .will be accepted regarding I Call Anytime\ 772-8735 Reasonable Offer refused 771-
r "HeeT' MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR
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by the word "Free" 8877
offices cannot provide
NEWS and AIRWINGER
r For Sale Never Used ladles .....
printed on the for advertisers. ,
1. All ads must be typed or clearly typewriters or typing services
r "Flee T MARKET" ad form which will be printed' I Vanderbilt Jewel COCKTAIL Must Sell-1970 Plymouth 4Dr.
r in each edition of our paper Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No RING Size Fits 8-8'/a. 2 New' 6Cyl New Tires, New Brakes, 2,
will be reiected more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be r Blankets.Perea lie Call anytime
r accepted Spares, LaFayette CASSETTE:
4. Complete forms must be mailed. to "FleeT I 772-8735 Player .recorder Best offer.. 772-
r MARKET" Editor; co JAX AIR NEWS. Bldg 1. I. Ads appearing to be In the promotion of. I 2255
r NAS Jacksonville. Jacksonville Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above I For Sale-20" GIRLS RIKE-Good
OR requirements will be reiected The publisher
I "Flee MARKET" Editor CO AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads r Condition 18"CHARCOALBROILER.Asst. 1968 BUICK LE SABRE-
r 111 NAS Cecil Field i Florida 32215. These 'forms I Western & AirPSPBRecent Overhaul,

.1 ___________.------------.____tmrtn.tlltom tI Detectives soft back BOOKS.Call. ---. New Shocks. $575. For Quick

1965 MERCURY 4Dr HT, Pwr MacClenny after 5:30: 259-6803 or WASHER & DRYER: 2 yrs old anytime 772-8735 Sale, Call Chief S/lvester at, Ext

Steering, Brakes, Radio, Air., Jax 724-8245 used only 11 months White 2145-6 or Evenings at 771-2130
...... .. Two JBL "Century 100"
17,000 miles since overhaul. Good Whirlpool Make $200.00 or best
Condition. $325.00 or best offer For Sale-4 PC. SECTIONAL offer Call; 771-0892 .. SPEAKERS 3 months. old-$500.00 73 PLY FURY AutoAlrP-/ -
2648843 SOFA, 2 table1 lamps. Home PH: 778.7907 SPBVT, 20HT Ave. lIVz MPG

Phone 771.4299 or 771-3211 Ext_ Sturdy, Lightweight, Well Built $2500 Going out of country Must
For Sale 8,000 BTU GE AIR 8133 after Jan 2 4'x8' UTILITY TRAILER. Tows 1972 Green Super Sidewinder Sell 22000 Miles Call 2686'
SPEEDBOAT w.135 hp Mere
COND. Nearly New, Used lust 5 & Backs Beautifully. $125.00 Call
W-Spare
OUTBOARD Trailer
months $100.00 Call 772.9662 after 70 TRIUMPH Extended Front 264-8843 after 5:30: pm, All Day CHARGER S.E. Clean, Good
5pm End, Will trade for Dependable Weekends. Many Extras Christmas Special Mech, Low Mileage, Loaded with

.......... Transportation Car or Sell for $2400.00 Call 2830 8 to 4 extras, $2150.00 or make

For Sale: One Restonic TWIN $800.00 Call Ext. 177 7:30AM-4PM: LAND For Sale-10 Acre and up. 4 Reasonable Offer-Must Sell, 264-
For Sale 1974 MONTE CARLO
BED. Includes Mattress, Box M-F miles West of Lawtey Call 771- ': 6163
Loaded, 6 mos. old, 6,000 miles.
Spring and Frame $60 771-0817 3211 Ext 232 Ask for Patrick
oS: .......... For Sale HOUSE, Baldwin, 4 $4400 Firm Call 771-6519 12'x60'TRAILER & A 114'by134'

196927' fiberglass Chriscraft twin Bedroom, Large family room, 1972 HONDA Trail *'70" (CT 70 H) Lot for Sale New Carpet, 2 AC,
For Sale 1964 BUICK Good
307 engines, head, galley, electric Double lot, close to schools, Excellent Condition $19900 Call Lot on Back side of Doctors Lake
refrigerator, approved Coast phone 266.4686 after five Lindsay Ext. 8103 Condition $300 and 1974 Pontiac off Brick Yard Road. 772.2832
Ventura 14,000 miles
6 Cyl
., Guard safety package, fully
equipped. Tel: 7430315 (Home): 1965 VW BUG New Battery, U.S. and Foreign STAMPS and $2650.00 Phone 786-4429 For Sale 74 KAWASAKI F-11A

246-5731 (Work) Needs a Little Work $300 781-8339 COINS for the Beginning or Good Condition 2 Helmets, Cover
after 5.30: PM Weekdays Advanced Collector. Plate Blocks Heritage South 3BDRM, IV'jBA, and Ralnsult, Assume payments

RIDE or Riders Wanted: Green reduced to 50 Pet. Catalog. Garage, BIRO, DW, ($36)) Plus $100.00 Call 771-6951

Cove Springs to NAS Cecil Field. Heritage South 3 BDRM, l'/a' BA, Souvenir sheets a Specialty. Call Refrigerator, Drapes, Fenced

Hours Flexible. Contact Paul Garage, BIRO, DW, 264-2842 after 5pm Yard, Storage shed, $8500 Equity, Rattan BAR with Stool and
Ext. ..... ... Assume 7 Pet. Loan 786-3861
8372 Refrigerator, Drapes, Fenced Mirror Sake Table, Gibson 12-
Yard, Storage Shed $8500 Equity Gold and Silver COINS MAKE String, BANJO 5-Strlng, All Like
For Sale 1974 CONCORD 12'x65' Assume 7Pct. Loan 786-3861 lovely NECKLACES and Pen 1974 SHASTA TRAILER, 13Ft, New, Great 'Buys, 264-1865 Jim _
3BR 2BA, WW Carpets Dish ,dants. For Wives Sweet Hearts. AC, Range & Oven' Toilet VW Can

washer, CH&A Washer & DryerNo For Sale: Double Knit, Now Is the time to Invest before Pull Call 264.5723' 73 DATSUN .PICK-UP, Wide

Equity, Refinance 778.1503 UNIFORM, Size Jacket 40-Waist gold skyrockets. Have several.forsale. ........... Tires, Chrome Mags, AM, 8

34 $75.00 Also Suits, Coats, Call 264-2842 after 5pm (Child) FOOTBALL UNIFORMS Track Stereo, C-B Radio, Console .
Will Trade 67RSCAMAROP- Jackets, Pants, in Size Waist 32- ((2)) $6.00 Ea. Excel). Cond. Carpet, Clean. 27 Mag. 264-

SPBPWBlue Metallc,327, 34 786-5496 For Sale-Lorance DEPTH Complete Set of EncyclopediasGood 5945 after 5 pm
Headers, Cam, Camel Hump FINDER, Excellent Condition Cond. $25.00 743-3092

Heads, Etc..For 67, or newer For Sale: BABY CARRIAGE, $50.00 2 Speed TROLLING For Sale Velvet SOFA, & Chair
Van: 771-7754 or 388-6272 days Converts to a Stroller and Car Bd, MOTOR $20.00 Call 7720678 or (Child) Singer SEWING 724-8245 after 5pm Monday thru

only Baby Walker, Baby Clothes 0-up. X2927 MACHINE S15.00 RUG Size Friday. (Reasonable)

"'.. Misc. Baby Items 786-5496 8'/jx11' Rose Beige $15.00 743-3092 ..........

i! For Sale: Portable .......... MOTORCYCLES' for" Sale, 1974 .......... OIL HEATER with Blower, Like
TYPEWRITER (W-Case) $25 Sale-SCUBA Honda CB360, 1972 Kawasaka new Condition
For DIVING 1972 PINTO SQUIRE used In 3 Bedroom
Will consider offers. Call Good
771.3211 175E, 1973 Suzuki TS400 1971 House
$60
EQUIPMENT: Light, Spear Gns 387.1516
Condition
Ext 8134 Mon thru Frl 9.2 Ask for ?< new tires Air Conditioned
YAMAHA 350. Must Sell LeavingIn ..... .
Agnes Wet Suit (Med.), Regulator, Automatic, stereo, AM --
.r....... BCV, Call Eli Oldfield, EXT. 209 January. C.F. Ext. 142 Radio, Call 778-2844 after 5:00: or For Sale: 8MM DEVELOPING
or 771-9097 on weekends EQUIPMENT. Used One Time
For Sale 1965 T-BIRD I Full Power For RENT 2bdrm
AC. Rebuilt Engine Needs Minor ........- Close to NAS $100.00 TRAILER Deposit, ....-.... Half Price Call 387.2346

Work $300.00 or Trade for For Sale: 1969 CHEVROLET $17500 Per Month 786-2829 For Sale-1972 MOBILE HOME
y Motorcycle Lee Madden 786-7250 IMPALA, Radio, HTR, 12x60 2BR, Central Air & Heat, 70 VW "BUG" Air, Radio,

after 5 ACATPwr Str, PB, $895, or best For Sale: Complete LudwigTrap Furnished, New Utility Shed & Michelins Exec Mech Cond, 28

I. ........... offer 772-8091 or Ext 169 Cecil DRUM SET with extras $345.00 Skirting, Takeover payments. MPG One Owner 771.5188 after.
For Sale: Uncirculated Mexican J.M. Hobbs Call 771-4234 264.0412 5pm
... .
:', 1>- PESO Gold COIN $250.00 Call .......... -
after 6pm 389.2866 Zenith 25" Color CONSOLE For Sale For Sale Marlette M.H. Northern
: 1 Pr. of
I I ........N Perfect Condition $300, Heathkit TeleFunkin Stereo CONSOLE, Green, like DRAPES84"x82" Built, 12x65 3 Bedrooms, Fully
new $10 772- Furnished
For Sale 1970 Viceroy MOBILE Build Into AM-FM W&D, Set-Up, 2 MI
25" Color, No Cabinet, -Short Wave RADIO, 7305 Also wooden porch rocker. from NAS
HOME 12'x65' 2 BR, 1 BA, Furn, Your Den Wall $350 786-3861 Good Condition, 264-7141 |lust painted $10 Call- Wk 772-3094 or 264-

Cent"Alf''Heaf, Exc': Cond Call .......... ....-.... .....-... 6015
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'::: I.J:. :"" ": : '''''':''-' ... .] : .' Full-Grown COLLIE-Gentle and For Sale: BABY CARRIER $4; ;
Short-bed, 6 '
cylinder Standard 3
Baby Walker $4; Musical Mobile ;
I [ FleeLLLJ Well Behaved. Please call 387- Speed, Good Condition $395.00 $1.50 Call 264-3954 .
3393 Firm 781-8849 -'
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WATERFRONT-157 Feet. 72 .CHEV PU, LWB 4 WD Heavy
--- BLACK Lot For Sale-2 BR HOME Near Navy Duty, 350-4 engine, 4' Spd, I: t

Wanted: CANOE, Must be In ELECTRIC BLANKET, Penneysused Paved Road.CREEK-Hlgh Beautiful Oak on& Base In Gulf Port Ms. One Block ACR&H, Posltractlon, 11-15 I

good condition and reasonable one Winter $5.00 Four from Beach.: Phone 388-0945 after Multi-trac tires,. chrome on
Magnolias, Choice Building Site, .........
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764-1833 6pm
Phone ,I matching TABLE LAMPS, $1.50 14 Miles from NAS $23,550 firm rear, heavy duty steel bumper -
each, Two Kitchen CHAIRS $1.00 Call 264-7197 Hotpolnt Side by Side DOUBLE West Coast Mirrors, Excellent 't

Singer SEWING MACHINE each 389-8986 .......... OVEN Fully Automatic RANGE Condition 772-8738:. ..or Ftm* 1
(Console) in Mahogany Cabinet .......... PORSCHE 914 1972 Air, Excellent Condition $75 384-4673
Mags ... ... For Sale: Nod-A-Wy CRIB with
Condition $65.00 Phone 764- *
Good 1974 New Moon ?
MOBILE HOME. Stereo Tape, AM-FM $3800 NAS Simmons Mattress $20
1833 2 BR, Den, 12x65 Completely Jax 2460 1972 DODGE CHARGER SE, ; Large
Loaded, Car Bed $8; Baby Scales $5; Call
Very Clean
Furnished, Central Air & Heat, Good 264-3954
1973 VEGA-Hat he back, Air Cond, Utility Shed. Call: 772-1320 after 1972,2 Door HONDA SEDAN 40 Mechanically, Wide Tires, Hurst

excellent cond. 3-tpd, Goodyear 5pm MPG Ex., Cond. $1200 772-2353-4 Shift. Asking $2225.00 No

Radial TIres. S1S49.00 Call after .......... Reasonable Offer Refused Call

S:00 P.M. yt 5676IfTO LAKEFRONT LOT-35 miles MOBILE HOME 197312x65 Eagle 264-6163 ..........

south of Jax. Nice trees and 2 Bdrm, IVj Bath, CH&A, Wash & For Sale 1970 Viceroy MOBILE if
L::. "UM'S Front BUMPER sandy front, $11,300 Phone 264- Dryer, 2 miles NAS No Down |lust HOME 12'x65' 2 BR, 1 BA, Furn, you

m.. RJ6, ROM Bge BVjxll, 8393 assume' pymts $133 Mo or WUI Cent, Air & Heat, Exc. Cond.,

Encycict. edla Full Set 743-3092 .....-... Rent Chief Malloy 772.2353 Call MacClenny after 5:30: 259- relllI

Zenith 58" EntertainmentCenter 6803 or Jax 724-8245 ,

For Sale-Must Sell University AM-FM'Stereo: Stereo MG MIDGET 1971 Conv Ex. Gas

Society ENCY..Many extras record player, 23" B and W TV.. Mlleage$1500.00 Chief Malloy 772- For Sale: Sansul RA-500 your an apartment clothes,or furniture house. protect and

bookcase, $550 or assume pay. of Good Cond. $100.00 771-6673 2353.4 .......... Reverberation AMPLIFER other personal belongings with
$20 a mo. 772-3188 .......... $50.00 and two 20 Watt Coral a low-cost State Farm Tenan F
-..- For Sale: MAG WHEELS 12" For Sale-two 20" Used GIRLS SPEAKERS $40.00 Call. 9049647847 :, Homeowners Policy Let me
BICYCLES and 26" used
details.
one all the
FREE To.Good Home: Female, Dlam..c! each with Tire, Excellent GIRLS BICYCLE. Call 388-7236 after 4:00: PM give you ,r''I

GERMAN SHEPARD, 7 .Mo. Cond. For 4 Mounting Lug., -........ '
old Brown, Would like Farm or Contact ADR1 1 Pryor 772.3156 Furnished COTTAGE on Small FRANK H. I
2 Fenced ACRES-Collins Road
Lg. fenced yd. 772-3188 Lake, Keystone Heights.: $23,000Ph
Area, 2-br MOBILE HOME with TALLYC.LU.
For Sale: Beautiful GREEN other Improvements-credit 772.7245 or 1-473-2384

72 650 YAMAHA Semi-Chopped DRAPES, 1 pair 84"x84", 1 union-financed $17,500 264-3032 WeekendsFor

Excellent Condition $1200 Call Swivel Stool-green leather with .....-... .
Rent, Normandy Area, New 3
772-8361 silver bottom $8 772.7305 For Sale-1973 DODGE
BR 2 BA Family Room, CH&A
CHARGER, 340 Magnum, 38,000 164SCASSAT AVENUE
For Sale-YAMAHA Standard Redwood PORCH FURNITURE, miles, $600.00 and take over WW Carpeting, BIRO, DW, PH 3142224iiiiii'

GUITAR Exec. Condition $65.00 New Cushions, Easy to payments. $2,700 balance, excel Disposal, Enclosed Garage
Call 778-1370 Dismantle. Settee, Chair, $260.00 Mo. PH 786-3736 or Ext278.c .
cond. Call 772.2846 during Use,. ...
Rocking Chair, and Coffee Table. working hours ......_. _fired$.s'ifTATt

10"G.E. Porta-COLOR TV In $65 264-8365 -..-.. 72 DATSUN PU, Camper Special,
..... ....
Excellent: Condition. Good Color.
EVINRUDE 18 H.P. 1961 Excellent AC,AM-FM Stereo Multiplex, Air I fAAr r.
$135 Call 772-0543 WINNEBAGO, 24 Ft., Sleeps Mechanical Condition Shocks, W-completely Self I A. It M C-Lr/A....

Seven, All Extras, Excellent $95.00 or Trade for Canoe or Contained Cab, over camper. ......aile ........ilia..... I
1968 VW $695 Good Condition & Condition, $500 Will hold Sixty Alum. Fish Boat 13 Ft.: or longer Mint Condition 772-8738, or Ext \
Transportation. 25 MPG. See at Days, $2500 will handle. 264.8365 781-8849 2784

4751 Lexington Ave. PH 388-7437 .......... .
Set of 4-D78-14-WSW Goodrich

For Sale By Owner 2' ACRES ((8 TIRES, Good Tread, $60.00 Total

Lots) Golden Gate Estates 1.24" FLORESCENT LIGHT
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Naples, Fla. PH 388-7437 $10.00 PH 765,7618
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PICKUP TRUCK For Sale 1968 Park, 3BR, 2BA, Separate

Chev, Standard, Transmission, Dining, Fenced Backyard, Large
Longwheel, Fleetslde, 48,000 Oaks; Assume 6 Pet. FHA MTGor 4 -"
actual miles Radio, Heater, ,
Refinance, $11,650 eal at $96
Excellent Condition, 264-4660 month $24,500 Total Price, PH

.......... 264.5239
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For Sale 1972 MOBILE HOME "
For Sale VW BUS 1971 Good 4tt4EATED +
Partially Furnished. Must Sell
Best offer & one 1969
Condition.
ASAP at Levy Price of $3400 Call z.1NDOOR ,
771.1839 or 772-2823 ask for Smith VW Square Back STATION
WAGON. Best Offer 264-9268
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Education Corner



Jax-Military and civilian personnel interested in
preparing for the High School GED exams are invited to
attend review classes starting Tuesday, Jan. 14.
The 14-week course will review the basic skills
necessary to pass the exams and the fee is only$2.
However, students will be self-paced and may take the
GED exams whenever they feel they are ready
Classes will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30:
to 5:30: p.m. These times have been discussed, at Tenant
Command and Department Heads Meetings, so interested -
t persons should be able to arrange to attend the
classes.An .

organizational meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, .
Jan. 14, in Bldg. 500, Room 205. All interested personnelare
invited to attend.

For more, information on the course, call a Navy ,.JIJ"4. .
Campus for Achievement Advisor at Ext. 2477


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Jax-F.R.A. Branch 91 will hold their annual an-
niversary party at 5391 Collins Rd. at 6:30: p.m. on "

Saturday, January 25.
,h Cost will be$4.50 to cover food and a band for dancing. FOR EXCEPTIONAL PERFORMANCE as Resources Management Officer, Cdr, Paul L Devine
Tickets for members and their guests may be picked up receives the Navy Commendation Medal. Cdr. Devine has saved the taxpayers over $13,000,000
during a two year period.
at the clubhouse on Collins Rd.



SIMMONS, BEDDING &

WITHOUT ADVERTISING YOU WOULD NT KNOW

SALE! !/
5; j ; HIDEABEDS'I

Factory'Seconds .,.' -.>..... '

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WASHER & 'DRYER

FULL..........from35.00 "ch e ,
REPAIR

j QUEEN..... from99.95 set compete i f..{
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complete .
KING.......tan-129.95 set '

a. t HIDE-A-BED.. 229.95Mattress each DEER SPRINGS '

#: ESTATES
ALL MAKES
Mart r..ATKEYSTONE HEIGHTS
264-5632 HOMESITES
((30 Mln.f com NASJax)
5039 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 786-4414
CLYDE W.: SIMPSON & CO.
Hours Tuesday-Saturday lOam-6pm
REALTOR 356-6849


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NOW'S THE TIME 'FOR THAT GARAGE!.


NAVY. ,
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SA RQ ALL CONTRACTS WRITTEN COME/ ,BACK
F/G/ HT IN THE NEXT TEN DAYS.
?/ NURSING !
COME SEE OUR 26'x22' FULL SIZE BLOCK
: FRAME MODELS ON DISPLAY AND SEETHE Your free time can be turned Into
TYPE GARAGE WE BUILD.SEFOR E cash by part time and full-time
i In hospitals, nursing
YOU BUYI! WE WELCOME YOUR INSPEC nursing
{ homes and private homes. All
VON.eNNrM .
- .- '- types of duty available. We
f 26x22 $ ': understand Navy Family's
... .2'9 needs. Top pay Work when you
WAS.. 00SUALITT r.. want. You select your own M
schedule weekly. Many extra
benefits. No fee to register.
,.". .. IT MASTER MATERIALS CRAFTSMEN CONSTRUCT AVERAGE!) RN's& LPN's NEEDED
2 MODELS ON DISPLAY CONST.IWOK OATS.WE SPECIALIZE I CALL 356-5833 TODAY
IN HICK OR WICK ..
BLOCK& FRAME It INM.UOIM IREPUCES,CARPORT
f 3383 W. Beaver St.Near Edf ewood ENCUwIES,ETC.v MEDICAL 1

For Eitimgtf, CallJOE'S M olc L PERSONNEL
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I J THE CONCRETE PEOPLE' 387- 31 26 by Capt. BILL READ President(USNR)

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LEAGUE CHAMPIONS- Clint Dycus (R) of the"500" team holds
bit 'hI the trophy his team won In the Continental League while Jose Reyes of
the Splitmakert holds the trophy his team won for first place in the
Don Childers, NAS Jax XO,stands at left afterresenting
NUMBER 1 IN TENNIS-Tbt NAS Jax Tennis trophy was claimed by HS-1 r rtctntly when Cant Pacific League. Capt.
Don Chllders, NAS Jax XO(far left),presented It to (L to R) R.Muller,Charles J. Stocker,Terry S. the trophies.
Mercer and Scott T. Cantfil.

VOLLEYBALLSTANDINGS Th*

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bUWLING'S- BEST-Jim Middle (L), ( ***** of Orange Park
trophy) and Bill Argo accept the trophy for the station bowling
championship on behalf of the Budmen team from VP-16. Capt. Don

Childers, NAS Jax XO,stands at far left after presenting the trophy. .. :.' : : : ::::: ; : "&::::;:::::::;$;:;: ; ;:?"&...; :; :;: ::::::::::
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BECOMEA Double Occupancy...
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BROUGHT BACK BY -PLUS..

RYDER TRAINS BARON !

TRACTOR TRAILER POPULAR DEMAND

INVEST NOW In a partnership
program in beautiful,semi rural, in the SPINDRIFTER LOUNGE Nightly Entertainment
property
yet convenient country DANCING pm til 2 am
located near Callahan and only "!1
a about 24 miles from Cecil Field Happy Hour
via US 301.

10 ACRES, only' S2,500 down ? Dining Room
full year.
No other payments for a ;
half, If Coffee shop
sell off
We can help you
with a
Train to drive tractor/trailers
make total
to your
lessons on you wish Pool l --- -
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series ( Home Study Color TV *
safety; rules-of the road, itc. Then payments.
tomato a Ryder Training Center for IDEAL FOR: -' .
en-tbt-itf experience. Call now. Or INVESTMENT Friendly Service
retain coupon te our local information COUNTRY ESTATE '
effice.' IMPROVE AND NEW ERA 75 .
YOURSELF "
SUB-DIVIDE ;
TECHNICAL I
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FAMILY GROUPS OR JANET DELANEY y
Featuring
INSTITUTE FRIENDS TO JOIN .
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Florida Nat. Bk. Bldg e LOWEST ELECTRIC :: NAS
221 W. Adams St. (Outside JEA Area) .,. : JAX
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INTRAMURAL SPORTS have entered with AMD meeting 1200.
On Monday, January\ 13, the VA-86 in the 1100 opener. The Intramural Basketball will
It t second half of Basketball and "Blackbirds" of VA-45 will takeon consist of two leagues, with seven,
Volleyball will commence play. A ,VS-28 In the 1130 game, and teams to a league. The American
total of eight Volleyball teams NAMTD and VA-82 playing at League will play on Monday and by SRI. John La Porte of smoking. It gives your mouth
.... =--/ ""' -- Wednesday nites and the something to do, exercises your
::1 National League on Tuesday and It's, easy to quit smoking! I've jaw muscles and keeps the old
q Thursday nites. Team captainsare done it hundreds of times. hands busy while you're unwrap-
urged to call the station gym How many times have you quit? ping it. And you can make paper
'1t in reference to the first weeks You heard the bit from the dolls out of the wrappers I
\, schedule. Surgeon General about the nasty Snacking is great if you can eat
I effects your favorite weeds can a ton and not gain an ounce You
PING PONG have on the lungs. You went to can substitute food for smokes
II st For the fourth straight year in run a few laps and thought your and lord it over the poor people
I a row NAMTD has captured the ,chest was going to explode, or who must watch their diets.
,ar Intramural Ping Pong Championship / that you'd bleed to death from the However, if you are normal and
A fi of Cecil Field. Posting a linings of your lungs (Remember gain three pounds merely by
IVIi 37-3 season record in their ? The pain was absolutely glancing at, a candy bar, this
\\1 league, the "Professors" walked unreal I) Your clothes kept method is out. ,
over VA-83, the American League getting burn holes in them and Get your friends to help'you..
i' champs, by a score of 5-0. Led by your clothing bill was driving you Have them hide your ash tray,
Chief Ledford, who never did losea broke. grab and break your smokes
: tiitI game,. and backed up by Felt, Then, the final straw, You attempted whenever you try to light up and
:1' I.- Kowalik, and Coughlin, was too to negotiate a flight of steal any pack of cigarettes belonging
much for all opponets. This groupis stairs that suddenly became to you that they can get
Recent winners of the Cecil Field Women Golf Association competition looking for more action, so if Mount Everest, complete with their hands on. This will sharpen -
pictured left to right, area Gussle GUSHANAS, Dottie interested please call ext, 359. oxygen starvation symptoms. your wits as you think up schemes -
HILTON, Joyce FITZGERAD, Carol WILLIAMS, and Millie That did it. You quit. to sneak a smoke, and it will increase
,' ROSENBECK Missing from the photograph is Genny WIGGS. GOLF First you tried to go cold turkey. their mental powers as
VA-45's golf team successfully You threw your pack away, felt they attempt to foil your plots.
r ri' defended their station championship really great. Your buddies, how Misery loves company, so make
edging NAMTD out by ever, kept on blithely puffing your office a no smoking area.
one point. The squadron winning away. All'that delicious smoke Remove all the ashtrays and put
ENTERTAINMENTNIGHTLY combination was Linder, wafting by was just too much, up "No smoking" signs around
\ Beasley, Waggy, and Maxwell. wasn't it? your desk. You can then enjoy the
'I The spring-summer league is So, you tried to taper off gradu- nicotine fits of your visitors and
8:30: pm til 1:30: am now forming..interested parties ally. Somehow, you never got take comfort in the fact that at
should call ext. 245 for entry.TOURNAMENTS around to it. Those' old tensions least you're not suffering alone.
!,' Cocktail Hour 5-7 pm and pressures always postponed Want to make it really interest
your plan until next week. ing? Gamble! Bet somebody that
) ,:*>: ..,' ",,,,, ,', :.. ',,' NAS Cecil Field has been You tried switching to a brand you can quit. Best of all,make the
IJ SPECIAL designated to host' the 1975 you didn't like to cut down. No bet with some righteous clown
RATES
FOR SERVICEMEN &. .... double per occupancy person Racketball & Handball Tour- way. You soon found yourself who's been bugging you to quit.
naments for the Jacksonvillearea. swearing by the brand you once This will show the louse that you
4 Entertainment. Nittly. Quarterdeck Lounge ft ff.ne at Bittr't Stalood These tournaments are swore at. really can do it, that you do have
Restaurant, 2)1 Beautiful Room with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
\j Swimming' Pool', Free Undercover Parking. open to all forces afloat. The The tasteless low-tar jobs didn't will power. And think of the satisfaction '
Racketball competition will be cut it,either. You came very close' when he has to par off I .
:.j : held January 20 thru the 24th, and to bursting three blood vessels try- Then, after you've gone the time
the Handball January 27 thru the ing to draw out just a little hint of limit and collected, stay off the
31st. Interested participants flavor. weeds.Just think,you'll be able to
MOTOR HOTEL should refer to Cecil Field Notice What's wrong with all those watch those "Matter of Life and
901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 1710 of 6 January. The next levelof methods is that they lack Breath" announcements on TV
: competition for both tour- PIZAZZ I without'suffering recurring
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- JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER PAGE 19


Jax .Fliers win tWO... .

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,r 6 7 NAS Jax Fliers led by the scoring of Dennis
r' Mobley grabbed two games in the Tyndall Air Force.,
Base Invitational Basketball Tournament over the

holidays. .
Mobley poured in 19 points in each of the two victories:
The Fliers defeated Homestead Air Force Base 77-65.,
and Panama City 81.79 before falling to Tyndall and
Panama City in two close games, 74-69 and 74-71

respectively.The .
Fliers will be travelling to Patrick Air Force Base
Lg tomorrow and Saturday for two games. Their recordnow

__ stands at five wins and seven losses.

FIRST IN HANDBALL-Cdr. Stan Palmer holds the trophy presented to'him by Capt. Don Childers
(far left)/ NAS Jax XO, for NarJax'i first place finish in Handball competition.Wayne Nightengalefar *
( right) and Jim Bilbrey, members of the handball team,were on hand to help in the acceptance. r'1rm SPORTS BRIEFSDid iMiiii"


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Bowling Leagues was held Resume MondayJax..lntramural
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Athletic Office. If your ball and volleyball came to
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participate but missed this holidays. Normal play will

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VP-16 grabs IronmanJaxThe .",,"., ,..I'

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.. NAS Jax Intramural standing in the Ironman y 9, '
Ironman Trophyfor competition was based on f ,4 'A. '
the July to December their first place finishes in # D y 4> let
1974 period was claimedover handball and ping pong
the holidays by the and their second place
athletes of VP-16 with a finish in golf.
grand total of 3600 points. The final top ten ,
The "Eagles" won the finishers in the Ironman t +
trophy in the last momentsof standings were: VP-16
1974 intramural com ((3600)), NarJax (2725)), VP-
t petition when their Bud- 24 (2325)), Air Ops ((2200)), j 'i_ Si
a : men bowling team, who FICEUR ((2200)), VP-49
l i had finished second in the ((1675)), HS-1 ((1550)), VW-4
i Atlantic Bowling League, ((1275)), Admin. ((1183%)
It 1; took the station crown in and HS-11, (1150)).
r the bowloffs for a total of

r; 1000 points. 11 R Z, w.
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\ who finished with 2725 J "L

points, and VP-24, who Take
claimed third place with stock
'I: 2325 points. AN ALL HANDS EFFORT-Capt.:: Don Childers (Third from left), NAS Jax XO, presented the
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strong Pictured are some,of the men who enabled VP-16 to claim the trophy that is representative of outstanding
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