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Creation Date: February 6, 1971
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Black History Week : ,: ___ v.31P

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Is it necessary? '

By Nick Young ; ci:

Jax-Many Americans,both Black and White, question the necessityfor
celebrating or observing Black History Week. Why Is it necessary; ?
And as one young gentleman asked, "Why shouldn't we be reminded _
throughout the year of the contributions of Blacks to our national
heritage" To the last question, all we can say is, "Why not?" We
should. But we aren't.So .
once a year we set aside a week in February to make va aware of
Black History. Why February? The Week encompasses the 12th and > ,:. "' MI
14th of the month, the birthdates of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick .
Douglass. If both dates do not fall in the same week, Douglass bir- -,.....' \;'\,::'",,,';.
thday is selected over Lincoln's.
Black History Week is new only to the White segment of our society,
Named"Negro History Week",it was first observed in 1926.
There is a strong possibility that such an observance would be un-
necessary if American History courses at the high school and college
levels had included Black History in their curricula. But they didn't. ,
Although courses go to some length to provide the student with an rY
appreciation of our European heritage, little is done to provide an
appreciation of African heritage. The typical course in American
History treats the Black man as a commodity in the trade triangle. We
are sure most can recall the commodities: slaves,cotton and rum. ,

We don't learn that the African heritage was rich in culture. Extremely MISSION ACCOMPLISHED-British P02 David Richardson is carried to I waiting ambulance
advanced Black societies existed on the African continent. alter being MedEvaced here from submarine HMS Oracle. HS-15 and VP-62 teamed up to rescue
Governments were instituted and the arts flourished.. And yes; the sailor after he had been injured in a fall aboard the sub.
Cleopatra looked little like Elizabeth Taylor. As Mark Anthony wrote,
"She was black, and she was beautiful."

But what we today consider a hangup existed during the American Teamwork saves British sailor
period of slavery. A hangup that had never existed in a society that
had the Institution of slavery. That hangup was caused by the
Christian ethic. It and slavery were incompatible.In Jax-HS-15 and VP-62 teamed up to rescue an injured British Sailor Thursday,
A VP-62 P-3 "Orion" was on a routine Altantic patrol when It received word

other societies that practiced slavery, there was mobility for the from the British submarine HMS Oracle that one of the sub's crewmen had been

slave-Upward Mobility if you will. In the Roman and Greek societiesit ,injured and needed to be evacuated. '
was possible for the slave not only to gain his freedom, but also to and HS-15 helo its to
VP-62 relayed the message to NAS Jax an was soon on way
marry the slave owner's daughter or to become a great teacher.
the area.
After all,the slave In those societies was a mere prisoner of war; a As the VP-62 aircraft circled the sub, Radar Operators AW2 Jim Belberry and
loser in battle who was subjected to slavery because of his defeat;
AT2 Dave Jarvis maintained communications with the Oracle and helped vectorin

But the Christian ethic required a cleansing of the conscience. One the helo.

just did not enslave his brother in Christ One could have a bonded After HS-15 arrived back here with the injured sailor, "Red Lions" pilot Lt.
servant. But the bonded servant, once his debt was paid, could obtain
Dick Barnum said the would have been "difficult if not impossible" if
the upward mobility in society. He could marry the boss's daughter, rescue ,
become a great teacher, doctor, or whatever.The they hadn't had communication help from VP-62.
Throughout the recue, the HS-15 crew was unable to communicate: with the
cleansing of the conscience for the Christian was accomplished ,
Oracle and relied on VP-62 to relay information. / *
by stripping the slave of his humanness. He had to be considered ;
outside the church,and the only way to get him outside the church was The VP-62 crew included Lt. Gary Krewson, Patrol Plane Commander); tCdr.

to consider him as something less than human. To this day, one Jim Twombly, co-pilot; LCdr. Jerry Mollencop, mission commander;; LCdr.
wonders how society could accept this and recognize the Frederick Charlie Humphries, navigator; and Petty Officers Belberry and Jarvis.In .

Douglasses, Harriet Tubmans and Sojourner Truths. addition to Lt. Barnum, the "Red Lions" crew included Lt(jg) Bill Manning,

co-pilot; Aircrewmen AWl Larry Bailey and AW3 Eric Tikanen; and CorpsmanBrad
Prejudice is explained by many as having either psychological rootsor Juhl.
historic roots,dependent on which discipline one leans towards. The
dictionary says that prejudice is an opinion formed before facts are The British sailor, P02 David Richardson, had been hurt in a fall'aboard the
known. We feel that an awareness of Black History, particularly an sub and is expected to be released soon from the Naval Regional Medical Center.
awareness of the contributions of Blacks to our American heritage, is
one of the primary weapons against prejudice.The .
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facts of these contributions are available for all. Black History .M:: .:.: JAllll@'ft ...: 1

Week emphasizes the availability of these facts. : .

Once our history books are revised to Include the contributions of all
Americans to our heritage and the curricula in our schools reflect ;W

these changes, Black History Week may no longer be necessary.But .

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NAS becomes family traditionBy !

Carolyn K.Kenyon
Jax-A father-son team working at the same facility in the same capacity is L
interesting and maybe even a little unusual. But add to that another generationand II I
the situation becomes out of the ordinary for today's mobile society. I
Three generations of men in the Grier family have been civil service em-
ployees here, accruing 52 years of government service among them. An in-
terview with the three Griers is an hour or so of family stories, kidding one
another and quick jokes back and forth. Each of them is personable and
outgoing, yet very individualistic.John .
H. Grier, Sr., retired in 1961 following a 20-year federal career. He 'LI ixr
worked as a heavy duty truck driver in the Public Works Department before
high blood pressure forced him into retirement. "I'd still be here if it hadn't _
been for that,"he chuckled. His looks belie his age and it's easy to believe that he 4
would still be working iHie could. .
His son,John Jr.has been with NARF for 22 years.Originally from Dawson, ".wI
Ga.,he has lived in Jacksonville most of his life. He served two years in the Army
as an infantryman and then came to work for NARF in March of '53. He works in
the stripping and corrosion section. When asked what he enjoyed doing in his
spare time he laughingly replied, "Fishing and fixing odds and ends around the I-
house. Also, I enjoy watching boxing matches and other sports events on'TV." 1%
Grier is the father of four daughters and one son.
That son is 23-year old Ralph Grier, who joined NARF last June after serving A1II x
two years in the Navy. "I was inspired by my father and grandfather. I've
always planned to work out here and I don't plan to leave until I retire." FAMILY TRADITION-Three generations of the Grier family have
worked at NAS Jax as'Federal employees. Ralph (Left) and John Jr.
Perhaps in a few years there will be a fourth generation of Grier men to con- ,
(Right) work at NARF and John Sr. (Center) is retired from Public
tinue the family's long tradition of federal service. Works.

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Jax-After 12 years of on-the-job training and schooling Warrant '
Officer Bill Aultman of VP-16 has attained a distinctive position ,:, ft.
among his contemporaries: The Navy's only Warrant Officer P-3C .
Tactical Coordinator on an ALFA Crew. : :

Mr.Aultman left high school In 1959 and joined the Navy. After basic { ,;> .
training he reported to VP-1 a P-2"Neptune"ASW squadron based at ,
Whidbey Island Wash. He was particularly interested in electronics
t so he decided to strike for the AX rating.
In 1964 he was selected for the SCORE Program and attended a
seven month Aviation Electronics School at Memphis Tenn. r
During tours with VP-31 and VP-47 at NAS Moffett Field Bill knew
he wanted to be a P-3 aircrewman. In 1968 AXl Aultman changed to ,
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He was accepted for Warrant Officer in 1972 and flew with VP-16
during their Bermuda deployment as a P-3A Second Navigator.
When the squadron began transitioning to the P-3C in the spring of
:1973, Bill went to VP-30's transition school with the other "Eagle"
TACCOs and Navigators.Bill finished the course as Number One in his
class.
Later that year he attended the Naval Air Advanced Training
Command Navigator School at NAS Corpus Christi Texas. He then
flew on the"Eagles"Commanding Officer's crew and soon qualified as
a TACCO. ;'
What's his success formula? Warrant Officer Aultman says it took
hard work an electronics background support from his skippers anda .' Y* is '
desire to succeed. J. es

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Bill's wife is a hard charger too./She'enrolled in Medical School at

the University of Florida in Gainesville.WE'VE ATTABOY, BILL-Warrant Officer Bill Aultman of VP-H receives his P-3C model from Walter
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Jax-Navy and Marine Corps ladies, would you like to know more about
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survivors' benefits? Educational loans for your dependents? r
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Sign up for the Navy Relief Course beginning Feb. 19 and find out about the
"whys" and "wherefores" of some of those mysterious Navy and Marine Corps
"regs"your husband talks about,as well as how many pennies he draws on those
blessed paydays.It's .
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about it in a class with other wives. '
Even if you can't spare the time after the course to be a volunteer, sign up
anyway.The information offered is important to all service wives.
You'll also learn all about your very own social service organization, the Navy
Relief Society. Founded many years ago to implement the principle that "The
Navy and Marine Corps Take Care of their Own", the Society gives assistance,
financially and through service,to all active duty and retired personnel and their 4 4i
dependents In time of need. Dependents of deceased personnel,are. eligible, too.
Navy Relief's services include the Layette Program, Widows Visiting and Y .
Assistance Committee, and _an Educational Program.
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ministrative costs to operate the Society's worldwide organization? It all goes 1
right back into helping you when need arises. "BATMAN OF THE QUARTER"-AMS2 Allen K. Pattison has been

The salaries of the 200 Society employees, plus the operating costs of the Navy picked VP-24's Batman of the Quarter. Petty Officer Pattison was .,'
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More than 100 Lesko, Preston W Dew, J. Brozek, Frank '"
employees responded to Casquale Russo, James McGouey, Herbert Burns, t' .

last week's call for donorsto Morgan, Bernard Ryan, James H. Dias Donald '., ,, Ii
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the Navy-Civil Service John Lindberg, Ernest F. Niefert, Thomas
Blood Account. Leslie, Andrew Carlson, Raysor, Earl Poodwin,
Employees may draw Joseph Tutone; Stanley John Pace, Glenn Long,

from the account without Marsh, Leo Kolpacki, Terry Thomas, Robert

charge for themselves and George R. Ritchotte, Bradley, Dales Holmes, .
their dependents. ,Joseph E. Crenshaw, Ron Huey and Carlton #
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NARF donors were: Samuel W Bozeman, Koonce.
Irene Shindlebower, Charles Cibula, Lloyd R. Donating from the
Ronald D. Fore, David Jordan. Supply Department were: '

Aldridge, Walter E.. Joseph Skapyak Ruth Thomas, Paul Perry,
Duncan, Joseph J. Sum-: Kenneth S. Lietch, Bob Marshall, Harry C.

mers, Wilton Swilley, Thomas E. Humphreys, Monsees, Charles B.
William L. Davis, Jr., PaulD. Frederick T. Schertell, Beeson, Rubin Harper,

Jackson, Richard R.K. ,Reinhardt, Sr., Juanita Glenos and
Harsey, Clifton Milton, Ronald Melton, Harold M. Samuel 'Graham.Public :
Ray Rhoden, Bill I. Palmer, Milton H. Ed- Works donors rlx

George;Anthony Marasco, dings, J., Leroy Young, were: William F. Barnett,
Leroy Jennings,. Edward Edward I. Lamb, GerogeT. James T. Fieselman, DonH. ,9

Dion, Ra3'mond.Wit- Aune,., James Cates, Roberts, Frank H
tenauer, Edna Nesbitt. Bobby M. ,Linton, KennethA. James, Doughlas C.
Kenneth Crismond, Beers, Clayton Huers, Hatcher and Bill H sq679'S

Robert Van, Matre, Jr., John Hughes, John D. Pritchett.The .
Jerry M.! Houston1 Bandell Saunders, Forest L. five Civilian Per-

Milton, Lettie J. Ashton, Thomas, Billie J. Hinman. sonnel Department donors l ,
Allen E. Hilla, Francis L. And, Paul White, Elmer were Frances Walker,
AIRMAN OF THE QUARTER-Sgt. Richard Puleo has been
Georgia Braun, Kay selected as the 679th Radar Squadron's Airman of the Quarter. Sgt.
Mathews, Audrey Murrayand Puleo Is assigned to the squadron's Ground Air Transmitter Receiver
Rose Dieter. Facility as a Ground Radio Communications Equipment Repairman.'
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Air Operations and Data

Processing accounted for Women's uniforms changedNavy
UOWUMWUCOMIB four donors: John A.

sir Nautical Accessories Gifts Pavlick Kenneth women,first class and below,are now authorized to wear new
Meadows, Max Newportand black service dress uniforms on an optional basis.
( .It BOATS,MOTORS, CANOES Mary Gavilan. The uniform becomes mandatory for women in these paygrades on
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J Thunderbird ,., Donating from the Navy July 1, 1977. women
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-1 1978 not required wear,
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Starcraft Depot were: of black with silver buttons black
The new uniform consists a Jacket ,
f "' '"Nc'q.'-' sMP nelius Jones Eddie, Hodge. ,, -skirt,white blouse,necktie,black shoes and combination
R\ .j and Clyde Brown. Embroidered lapelan hors ifound'on\oldet'uniforms'have: .
1f,, ROOSEVELT BLVD.AT ORTEGA RIVER Also donating were eliminated from the new uniforms.
--:::;.;> PHONE 317""(Open Sundays) Betty Lansing from The material is the same tropical worsted black cloth used in the
t Pier 66 Franchised Marina
enlisted men's new service dress blues.
Yacht Broker.Wet Storage.Marine Hoists.Hull Service Security and Denise After July 1,the uniforms will be issued to all women recruits.
Expert Engine Service. .Outboard.Stern Drivel nboard Totman from the CO's The Navy Uniform Board also announced that flared slacks .the

office. same color_as the new service dress blue uniform,may be worn In place
of the skirt by Navy women at the discretion of their commandingofficer.

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These flared slacks may not be worn with any components of the old
service blue uniform and must be of the same fabric as the jacket
being worn.
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Jax-In looking over our recipes and comparing prices of different
products in recent weeks we decided to present one of our beef rich
recipes this week. Last year,when beef prices were at-record highs,
we would not have recommended this recipe, but would have chosen
something we considered to be more economical. At today's beef ,
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Beef Stroganoff \
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2 pounds round steak 3 tablespoons butter ,'#jII NR UNI,
V4 cup flour 4 cup onions, minced ,
2 teaspoons salt 3ounce can sliced mushrooms (drained) A
Vfe teaspoon pepper 1 can cream of mushroom soup (undiluted)
to pint sour cream

Slice steak into 1 inch strips and roll in mixture of flour, salt and
pepper.Brown in butter in skillet.Remove meat from skillet and placein
a well greased casserole dish. -

Saute onions in butter remaining in skillet. Add mushrooms to
onions and arrange mixture over meat. Pour'in mushroom soup and
sour cream.
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Cover casserole dish and bake in 350 degree oVen for 1 % to 2 hoursor
until meat is tender.
Serve over noodles or fluffy rice. Makes four generous servings.
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NEW AT THE,"LIONS DEN"-AW2 Sammy Davis (Left) and AW David Croxton present HS-15
skipper Cdr. K.R. McCarty the "Red Lions" new official squadron flag. Petty Officers Davis and
Open for your eonvenienceSa.m.-6p.m. Croxton tailored the flag from pure white silk with a red fringe border and embroidered the HS-15
Closed' Sunday insignia the center.The new flag will become permanent part of HS-13 and will be displayed In the
PICKUP & DELIVERY skipper's office and at all official squadron functions.
ROAD SERVICE
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** AMERICAN NATIONWIDE& TRAILERS FOREIGN CARS Gen.. Kelley visiting 'Gators'Jax

One Way or Round Trip \ AIOIS'OA' Brigadier General PaulX. Heckscher Drive. Organization of the Joint Chiefsof
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HILL fsunIn the 4th Marine Division,will be a Second Lieutenant in 1950 Executive Assistant to the
::: :::: here this weekend to visit the after graduating from Villanova Director of the Joint Chiefs of
i 1 1i "Iron Gators"of Company B, 4th University.In Staff in November 1973.
Amphibians Tractor Battalion.His August 1960,he began a tour Gen. Kelley assumed his
tour will include the with the British Royal Marines, current command after being
SERVICE CENTER Reserve Marines' in the United advanced to General
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IOJrd" Jam rites Road Phone 771.IIS6 amphibious tractor training area On March 1, 1961, he was advanced Gen. Kelley's decorations
North of the Navy Fuel Depot on to major and two months include the Silver Star, Legion of
later was ordered to Quantico, Merit with Combat "V" and two
Va.,where he served as tactics gold stars, Bronze Star with
Phase Chief at the Basic School Combat "V" and one gold star,
Fly in 75 and then Reconnaissance Officerat Joint Services CommendationMedal

the Marine Corps Landing Navy CommendationMedal
,' :' Force Development Center. Army CommendationMedal
Plane Rides $3.00Everyday Three years later, Gen. Kelley and 11"personal
: became Commanding Officer of decorations from the Republic of
the Marine Barracks at Newport, Vietnam.

Come on out! R.I.He arrived in Vietnam in Attention
August 1965 to serve as Combat
Intelligence Oficer for the 3rd
Cynic Marine Amphibious Force. hobbyistsJax
'UT-IImlr- Shortly after being promoted to
Lieutenant Colonel on Jan. 20,
1966, he was detached to the 2nd All NAS employees and
Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, members their families are
3rd Marine Division in Vietnamas invited to exhibit their hobbies at
Herlong Flight SchoolCRAIG the Battalion Commander. the "Open House" to be sponsored
HERLONG PHONE: PHONE: In June he Naval
1971, was assigned to by the Jacksonville
761.2636 Heriong Airport Craig Airport 641-2600
the Southeast Asia Branch, Plans Air Station Association on. March
and Policy Directorate, 9.
The program, to be held at
NARF from 1-5 p.m.,will Include
guided tours of the shops,
displays of aircraft and equip-
ment, slide presentations and
souvenirs for all the family.
Refreshments will be,available.
Hobby show application blanks
JJACKSONVILLE may be obtained at the NARF
Reception Desk and at the NAS
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I I' i Black HistoryBuPers


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Itr. 12 July 1943 -'Ad- (Ed. Note. This directive graduates eligible for assignment
I h- vancement in Rating of Negro further limited assignment' of to any Commissary Branch In all
Personnel; The Bureau expects Black shore patrolmen to area Naval Activities.
that Negro enlisted personnel will where they had lived during the Circular Itr. No. m-4410 July
be rated upward as rapidly as greater part 01 the last.ten yean 1944 Advanced Schools No '
practicable consistent with their prior to entering the Navy.. Discrimination: in Selection of
qualifications and existing ad- Commanders were cautioned to Personnel for Training |In-
vancement instructions..it is limit the duties of Black/ shore Refused to establish separate
important from the standpoint of patrolmen/ to avoid controversial facilities and quotas for Blacks
morale that Negroes be assuredthe incidents.) qualified for advanced training
same opportunities for Directive 9 October 1943 Stated no discrimination as to
promotion as other enlisted Negro Naval Personnel on Net face should be allowed to influence .
personnel. Tenders (YN's) and (YMS's); the nomination of can.
Directive 1 October 1943 Use Recommended that Blacks not be didates, for advanced training.Ed. .
of Trained Negro Shore Patrol; A assigned to Net Tenders because ( Note. Most training 0/
school has been established at the these vessels had to be ready for Blacks on the "A" School level
U.s. Naval Training Station overseas assignment.Ed. was conducted at Great Lakes
Great Lakes HI., for the purposeof ( Note. The Navy was not and Hampton Institute on a
training reliable and specially yet .ready to assign Blacks to segregated basis.)
qualified Negro Shore Patrol. combatant duty.) AlNav 7 August 1944 Administration .
Directive 18 October 1943 of Negro Personnel;
Jax-In February 1943 the Navy started receiving its input of Black Navymen through the Selec- Officer Personnel for Trainingand Expressed concern over lack of
tive Service system (draft). Prior to that time, the Navy enlisted few Blacks, and then mostly for Supervision of Negro Personnel leadership ability and lack of
duties as messmen. The supply of potential messmen from the Philippines was cut off with the ; Called for twenty understanding of the "program"of
Japanese occupation of that country. Consequently, the number of Blacks in the Naval service In- volunteers to receive special supervising Black Navymen
creased.In ., training In supervising Negro by some officers. Called for all
late 1942, the Secretary of War required that the Navy accept 10 percent of its personnel inputfrom personnel.Ed. commands to give close attentionto
the Black community. In eighteen months the number of Blacks serving in the Navy rapidly ( Note. Obviously In- the proper selection of officers
climbed to a total of 160000. The increase in numbers placed a burden on the Navy's policy of fluenced by LCdr.Armstrong who detailed to supervise Blacks and
segregation and,by necessity,led to a more enlightened policy. felt Blacks required special told commanders to constantly
Many policies were established to retain segregation, but all failed. Two ships, a PCE and a DE, handling in training and review the qualifications for the
were commissioned, and it was intended to man them with Black crews. But because of the lack of discipline situations.) program.Ed. .
officers and experienced senior petty officers from the Black community, the ships were manned ( Note. LCdr. Armstrong'
with 40 percent of the crews being White. And the Whites were in the supervisory positions. The at- Directive 14 February 1944 Influence prevails.: )
tempt was a success in that it convinced many conservative Whites that Blacks could serve well and Training Officers to and Supervise Assignment Negro of Directive 9 August 1944.Negro
honorably in combat situations. .
Personnel Transfer Announced
ofj;
Personnel
Possibly one of the greatest drawbacks to integration In the Navy was the Assistant Commanding ; Announced a for the
plans partial
to select and train of-
Officer of the Recruit Training Command at Great Lakes.The grandson of Gen.B.C.Armstrong was program
manning of large auxiliary shipsof
would
lieutenant commander in the and selected the Assistant ficers who act as advisorsto
serving as a Navy was as Commanding
the Fleet with Negro per
Officer with responsibility for the training of Blacks.Gen.Armstrong was the leader of Black troops command on how to handle Black
sonnel. 479 selected petty
during the Civil War and the founder of Hampton Institute in Virginia. Black sailors. A similar policywas
officers were ordered to 25 AG,
LCdr.Armstrong brought to the Navy a paternalistic attitude towards Blacks and a dual standardof adopted as far as the WAVES
AE, AO, AF, AK and AD type
were concerned.Ed. .
discipline and performance expectations. Although he was well intentioned and sought fair vessels.
.treatment.. for Blacks, the_paternalism hindered the integration<<: of Blacks aboard Navy vessels. ( .Note.Again an Armstrong Directive to specific Ships .
Influence as he pedaled his
paternalism). 1944,Negro enlisted Personnel,
Assignment of, to Ships of the
GO FIRST CLASS Circular Itr.No.72-4413 March Fleet; This was a letter from the
... 1944 Negro Personnel of the Chief of Naval Operations to the
Commissary Branch; assign- commanding officers of the
ment to Duty of; All Blacks in the ships. CNO was careful not to
Commissary Branch and "A" usurp the perogatives of the
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advice.He directed that the exercising care in the assignmentof It ,. .
men be used in accordance with Blacks in the South. It forbadethe Y M
their training and specialties and assignment of Blacks at NAS d'n-'
that they be accorded the same Atlanta, Ga., Navy Preflight NAVY BLACK HISTORY QUIZ : :,ti
opportunities for training and Schools in Athens, Ga., and ,
advancement as are others. He Chapel Hill, N.C., and the Naval Familiar with Navy History? How about trying your hand at answering a few questions about the :
recommended that when the Technical Training Center, history of Blacks in the Navy"!H
percentage of Negroes at a Jacksonville, Florida. In amplifying 1.How many Blacks have been awarded the Medal of Honor for service in the U.S.Navy? j
command was small, they be on the policy, the Bureauof 2.When was the last Medal of Honor awarded to a Black Navyman? ; '" '
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integrated in berthing assign: Naval Personnel did not 3. In what year was the first Black admitted to the Naval Academy? *, 'f; ti
ments.He also recommended the change the standing policy of not 4. In what year did the first Black graduate from the Naval Academy? 'ir.
indoctrination of whites prior to assigning Northern Blacks to the 5.When was the first Black commissioned an officer in the U.S.Navy? ..:,' v:
the arrival of the Black sailors. Ina South. This resulted from 6.When did the first Black command a Naval vessel? .:, ';\:
follow-up disertatlon on the multiple racial difficulties met by 7.When was the Navy's policy of segregation adopted? ** *
experience, the CNO wrote the Army in locating a high 8. Which of the Armed Services was the first to accept integration as an official policy.? In what *:
"From this and former experiences proportion of its Blacks in year? .'t" ;& i
,the Navy discoveredthat Southern training camps. 9.When did Blacks first serve in the enlisted ranks of the Navy without prejudice? : .:**1 E
white and Negro personnel Directive December 1944 10.Who was the first Black Naval aviator killed in combat? When? .?
equally competent and trained, Negro Enlisted Personnel rf
berthing, messing, and working Expanded Assignment of to Answers Navy Black History Quiz *,
together aboard ship and at shore Commands and Activities in the to
establishments, and relieved Pacific Ocean Areas; Announced ,
from the pressures of home and that Blacks would soon be JloAjasan ujsoqg m JB3U 8upq8j( saupsw JQJ jjoddns asop 8ujXu ajiqM 0961
family environments, and the assigned to general detail in the 't Jaqui33: uo pap[ ( seat '. wapUJV JBABM aq) JO ajcnpsaS} 6WI 'UMOJQ Xoyyi assay 'sug *oi I'I
absence of local traditional attitudes Pacific Areas Stated Navy 'USI man paqsnq1r1S SUM L\IN aq1 awn aq1 wo.y"S
of prejudice and department policy relative to 'S 6t Lint( I uo XABM jnouftwjin XDjjod[ e aumDaq uoRBiSajai} pun SKI HJdy OJ|pajBjfetry };?
discrimination,can live and work Blacks: SUM'in 'sajcn; ( JWJD 1* 8uUBJj jpuodH: ''aojAjas OJ| Kpqg jo jaqumu a&ii atft tni* aiqiseaj"( '
together harmoniously." 1. Assign and utilize Blacks on jou SBM ji jBtfl punoj jnq'jj WM PIJOM< 8upnpuon 8aj2w jo uzaqojd( atp IBM{ parjsaiM KABN aqj*8'
exactly the same basis as whites. U6I 'L
Directive 26 September 1944 (still limited shipboard assign XABM aq)uj,jaajjjo UB pauoisqoiuioa'jou SBM jnq JaM[WO 910 Sopnp pssaAatn "
Enlisted Personnel Utilizationof ment to stewards and cooks jo ptreuiuioD uaAjS SBM sipras( *o 'uojsajJBqo JB jao ajBjapajuoo atrj jo sunS asp aapun n]panro
in field for which specifically unless authorized by BuPers.) pus digs{ aq pJBoqs jjoAaj, 9 pa[ 'jaUBd[ digs ajBaapajuoo aqj pJBoqe aABp 'SJIBUJS JaqoH '9
trained; Directed commands to 2.Assure that Blacks are given 'J30IJJO; JUBJJBA B SB p3UOddB SBM aim pUB 8AJaS9H|BAB{J aq 0]SJ3DIJJOSB '.,!
take steps to assure all personnel the same opportunity as whites to pauossmuio3| { ; aaaM uaajjpn 'wi UOJBW QI,:8ujuBJ| ajeppiBa} JJIJJOJOI; pajaaias; ( aaaM qJIg( ( '
were given the opportunity to qualify for all rates and rating Ua9JDOI 'ooo'OQl 01 asoj A"ABM aqi. u| 8uAjas SJJDBIQ jo jaqumu aq uaqM II JaM PJJOAA Supng "$ :
make use of formal training.This branches. '6 6t.t
came as a result of reports that 3. Assure that Blacks are afforded 'USt '& -
Black"A"school graduates were equal opportunity for '8681 UI''l: I
not being used in their advancement. s,068I at fl 8upnp JOUOH jo(Bpaw MH PJBMB osB( ajaM s]oeig( OMJ Uaqi jf"AD 9tO UI UOJUn ,:
specialties. 4. Avoid Issuance of orders, or ;o apis aq uo aajAjas; JQJ JOUOH JO IP3N m papJBMB aaaM s (OBig xjs Bqi pajuauinaop s]u *i' '
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use of signs, restricting the use of !
Directive 9 October 1944 facilities, such as "heads",
Negro Enlisted Personnel "Ship's Service", sleeping Tr
Abolishment of Restrictions on quarters, etc to one or the otherof ..,, t
the Assignment of; This directive the races. \ ... .
stated that the mission of a (Ed. Note. The successfulimplementation l' l
command did not lend itself to the of this policy led : ---r! ,. .
assignment of Blacks or the non- to the abolition segregation a.
assignment of Blacks. It did an official Navy Policy In July '. ).

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STAMP CIRCLES

BY Albert B. Close


HAMILTON, Bermuda-Four new Bermuda commemoratives are
circulating honoring the International World Bridge Championship to
be held here this year.The cent stamp depicts a jack-of-clubs and a
full bridge hand, adding up to 25, the anniversary of this Bermuda I
Bowl contest.

The 17 cent item portrays the Queen-of-Diamonds. The 20 cent
adhesive has a King-of-Hearts,while the 25 cent stamp depicts the ace
of-spades.

MALAWI, Africa-A new definitive series appears here Feb. 19
displaying 13 different native birds with stamp values of 1,2,3, S,8, 10,
15,20,30 and 50 tambalas, and 1,2 and 4 Kwachas. Among the birds
are the African Snipe, Double Banded Sandgrouse, Blue Quail, Red-
necked Francolin,Pigmy Goose and White Face Tree Duck.

THE GAMBIA-The 10th anniversary of this African country is
being celebrated with a stamp quartet showing a Dove of Peace ((4
bututs), the national flag ((10 bututs), national coat- f-arms ((50
bututs), and a diagram of the country showing the river flowing ,
through it (1.25 Dalasy). $ V ak
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Another new Gambia set is the centenary of the birth of Albert Schweitzer
,a German doctor who devoted his life to missionary. work in
Africa. RETIRES AT FUEL DEPOT-Fred 0. Hobbs, Quality Assurance Specialist at the Navy Fuel'
Depot,receives Fuel Depot Plaque from Capt. D.P. Me Gill/I vary, NAS Supply Officer,as he retires
II .1 after 41 years of service.

/ WESTSIDE '
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OUTLET 72 VW 411 Aufomatic,4Cy1.,2Dr.Wagon,Blue- $2140 2650 1950
White Leather Int.,) Owner, 36,000
(Money on Merchandise) IHIfII mll'.DeAlr Cond
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GUN COLLECTIONS WANTED 72 VW lUG 4Speed,4Cyl.Ntw Paint, Whit. $'1140 1725 1275
Blue Int.,' Owner,41,000 mileageH
Appraisals. WANTED WWII German nfiVlii( ) EI VW FASTBACK Automatlc.
: Lugers
$
P.38,U.S.Military Arms U 1m lID lJ!! Cyl.,2Dr.Red.Black Int.Alr Cond., AM.FM 765 1095 950
StereoSOOOO mileage
BUYSELL&TRADE All types of merchandise TXFR as VW lUG 71 Engln.,1600cc, New $500 795 650.
5838 Lone Pine Rd. tires,Bilek outside w.Red Int.
5022 NORMANDY BLVD. 781.8136
JaxFla.32216 71 FIAT 124 Dark SOLDOlIeag.! $1430 1850 1650
AM.FM Radio,N.Y

71 FORD PINTO 4Speed,4Cyl.2000CCWhlt.. $885 1095 950
Black Int., 1 Owner,42OOO mileage


(8) Sheraton Inn 4TRUCKS' -

topRed'VI Int. (VlStlck,6'bedRed is White $780 1150 1000

"FORD RANCHERO GT, AutoVaBlu.. '
"' of Orange Park Black Int, New tIres, 1 Owner,Low mileage, $780 950 800
(No Rust, Extra Clean, A orill.)


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CIVIL SERVICE Why pay full price when you can get'' it for. less?

Ptrptrson.... '
Per day... 74 MUSTANG II

PERSONNEL Double Occupant.. Stick console, bucket seats
...... 73 CAPRICE vinyl top, 1,825 miles,
ACATAM-FM radio LIKE NEWII
Very clean I
$3295

The Spindrifter Lounge PLUS... $3395 .

LADIES NIGHT MONDAY 73 CATALINA

presents.. Drinks Half-Price for Ladies ACA TPBPSR&H 74 GOVERNORAir

NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT 2 door hardtop ,
conditioned, expando
9.00PM: til 1:30: AM $2795 living room
HAPPY HOUR
2:00: til 7.:,PM, $7195'7t
72 MUSTANG
DINING ROOM '
ACATPSPBR&H MARltllt3BR I
COFFEE SHOP 2door hardtop, Expando living room

COLOR TV POOL Sports roof $8095

.. BANQUET & MEETING FACILITIES $2695

.. ROZZ FOR UP TO 250 GUESTS 72 MONTEGO 13 REGENT '
12'jc4o', 2BR,,1 Bath Unfurn
ACATPSPBvlnyl top
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not later than Tuesday for publication the,following Thursday. Ads
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strutted or money order for ,he cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy. a a .' ." '. .\ '. ,a .. .' .' ;

RATE minimum charge (3 lines) ..$2.50
Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...60c
Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO..565 SHIRLEY AVE.,JACKSONVILLE 32210 Feb. 6 Donald Sutherland and Jennifer

-. "TOGETHER BROTHERS" O'Neill. "PG" (92 min.) I't

FOSHEEREALTY SERVICE FOR SERVICEMEN Suspense Drama, Starring Ah Saturday, Feb.8" '
I EMPLOYMENT ;.? I[ Immediate cash for your equity, none (Enlisted AND Officers) mad Nurradin and Anthony "THE DOVE" Adventure

too large or too small. New 3 & 4 BR homes In Tare Woods Wilson. "PG" (95 min.) Drama, Starring Joseph Bottoms
WANTED-NAVY RETIRED M8-15I1 Broker (near NAS & Cecil Field) & Mandarin and
Feb.7 Deborah
Friday, Raffin. "PG" (92
With Real Estate license. Active (near NAS). $38,900 to $51,900 with
Orange Park office, two openings. NEWLYWEDS SPECIAL special l VA, FHA, & Conventionalterms. "LADY ICE" Action, Starring min.)
Call Mrs. Bell, 264-2489 or 264-4377. Luxurious Mobile Home on Its own ,r A
100X110 Lot. In lovely neighborhood. SEITNER, REALTOR MOBILE HOMESCont.( ) TRANSPORTATIONCont.( ) -
Over 1000 sq. ft.of living area, custom 1428 San Marco Blvd. r,
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J.: ) ::MISCELLANEOUS.ILIVE ] drapes,chandeliers, equlpt. kit., 2BR, Jax., Fla. 32207 -t

Vanity Bath. Call for details $15,500. MLS 3944627 AMERICANA MOBILE HOME PARK NO CASH NEEDED ,- -.
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CRABS PAUL C. ARMSTRONG R&ALESTATE Near NAS& CECIL. Lots 45'X97', $45. 1971 Dart Demon, $895. or low mo.

Wllford's Fish Camp Realtor-M.L.S..244-95)1 WESTSIDE 1st. MO. FREE, Low Cost elect. pymts. 388.6422. "

264-9707. SPLIT BEDROOM hookup. Phone 771-5147.
A BARGAIN AT$31,000. Arrangement is the beautiful featureof NO CASH NEEDED I-

FURNACE REPAIR ft SERVICE Transfered, All brick, 3BR., 2BA., this 3BR., 2BA. Home with CH&A WE BUY AND SELL 1969 Mustang, low mo. pymts. 1
Wall & space heaters, heat pump, CH&A, WW Cpt., dbl. gar., fncd. yd., family room, Hardwood floors. Lg. GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES arranged 388.6422. -; 1-,

Tyler's Heat I AC, 3U-S161. Priv. Hedge, Pan. Den, 10MI. from LR-DR comb. $29,900 All terms. BPP Phone 388-4619 1973 HONDA 350 '
Cecil. 7813015. REDECORATED '
Four-Cyl.! ,$750.or best offer 'r I
GEORGE'S KENNELS 4 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, W-W shag car. TWO MOBILE HOMESFor 781.7906.x'

Dog A Cats Boarded MACCLENNYBrick peting, fireplace, CH&A Range, Sale Flagler County, Dead Lake, 4*

Since 1925. Grooming, training & Country Home w2BR, 2BA, Refrigerator,All Included.Any terms. 7860712. 5..
shipping. Visitors welcome. CH4.A, 1750 sq.ft., Many xtras. On 4.4 BPP. 730PELGT
Bankamerlcard & Mastercharge acres, $52,000. NEWEST BEST J 1t::TRANSPORTATION I f; I Collectors dream, new tires, new
honored. Off 1.10 Near Cassat Ave. & ALMOST NEW BRICK Home In Normandy Village. 3BR., 2 paint, only 18,000 miles. Phone 772-

Edgewood Ave. 3BR,2BA, CH&A,1062 sq. ft., Range & full baths, BIRO, Drapes, family E3's& UP, NO CA'SH NEEDED 0385.
50SS Edgewood Court,783-I6JS refrlg., on one acre $26,500. room, fenced yard. $29,900. BPP. Financing arranged for low mo.

FOX REALTY, INC. $20,900 FHA-VA pymts. Good dependable used cars, a
SINGER ZIG-ZAG Realtor 725-6200 Extra nice 2BR with den& a fireplace. good selection 388.6422.DATSUNMODEL4.il. "
Absolutely one of Singer's many fine Also Included' garage, range, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

sewing machines, late model, zigzags OAK HILL PARK refrigerator, dishwasher, W-W car. We are looking for an individual
designs, appliques, embroiders pets, & drapes. BPP. $375.00
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3BR., 2BA.
Home In excel. cond., kit. who can take over man
darns, etc. Must sacrifice balance $21,500 FHA-VA 389-2618
$68.70 or assume $10. per month w-breakfast bar, fireplace In fam. 3BR., 1BA., carpet, fenced back yd., agement of small local bus
rm., LR &DR.
sep. W-W
payments. WILL TAKE TRADE. carpet, close to schools and NAS Cecil Field. LLOYDS CORVETTE PLACE iness. Investment not required
drapes, CH&A, Good storage, fncd.
Phone 731-0255, ask for credit bk. yd.. Conv. to Cecil t, NAS. 778- BPP. We buy& Sell Corvettes but is available in SIM to
manager. Will deliver, no obligation 3074. $23,900 FHA-VA 634 Cassat A. 3883311. $3M range. Not artually a full
Normandy Village, 3BR.
IVjBA.
HEAT PUMP Masonry Home with Central Heat. '73 PLYMOUTH SEBRING PLUS time job. Must be able to l
ALMOST NEW Black w-Wh. vinyl top, fact equlpt. -
Central Heat and Air Must be seen to appreciate. BPp. assume responsibility. Assistance I
unit
package 4-
All Brick, 3BR., I'/jBA Home, w. FHA-VA incl. stereo AC, dual exhaust & more, provided until \
ton, with 3 $28,500 you are
saves electricity phase Range, drapes, Cent heat 8> garage. 52895. Call Max, days 396.9371, nltes
operation. Low hours, excellent $23,000. All terms.IMMEDIATE. Masonry. 3BR., family room, CH&A, 3887172. able to handle. Contact: !
condition. Phone 387-3566, weekdays 9- OCCUPANCYIn extra deep lot. Good neighborhood.BPP. .NP-PMSA, 5838 Lone Pine Rd 1

5. this 3BR home w-Ig. rooms, sep. ORANGE PARK NOCASH NEEDED .. Jax,. Fla 32216
1967 Pickup, $795. or low mo. pymts.388.6.t22. I- .A
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DR., eat In kit. Lg. bk. yd. w-trees. SHADED PATIO .
SYLVANIA STEREO TURNTABLEWith $21,000. FHA or VA.BETWEEN. With this 3BR., 2BA. Home. New W-W
AM-FM. 2 speakers. Good ...----------- -- -
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BASES carpeting. :.
Condition $125.00 2643193. 3BR., 1VBA., Home on corner lot, W. LOW, LOW EQUITY W"'W'YW."W .

W carpet, garage, $26,500. All Terms. 3BR., 1'12' BA., screened porch w-lg.
ITEMS FOR SALE COZY COURTAll fenced yd. Near NAS. $24,000. BPP
Sansuf( 5000X tuner-receiver, perfect, Brick, 3BR.,''2BA., Home w- lm: DRASTICALLY REDUCED Big Chief Soy: r

'$3254 Two 11,000 BTU air conds. $100.ea rm., new CH&A, fncd. on quiet Don-t miss this 3BR., 2BA. Home with

rugs, $10.ea. 264.9030.REFRIGERATOR secluded court. $32,500. FHA-VA. CH&A, family room and so much 41 We do not sell
JACK YFOREHANDCORP.Relltor.M.L.S. more at this unbelievable price of

t RANGE 771."" $29,500. BPP Seconds
Side by Side Admiral refrlg., double Located on 103rd Street VERY BEST BUY or

oven Westinghouse range. Call Between Cecil Field, a NAS 3BR., 2BA Home with CH&A, family
264-6558._ room, above ground pool and much blemished tires!

BOSSEN REALTY, INC. more for $32000.: BPP. Near Bases.
QUIT,SELLING OUTI Realtors M.L.S.384-1334 BELLAIR WEST
Everything must go, like new ATTENTION BUYERS 3BR.. 2BA. Home on large corner lot.

restaurant equipment, 30" formica Interest rates are down call us for Many extras for $46,500. BPP.
counter with foot rest. 14 stools with details and list of homes. REDUCED, LAKE ASBURY3BR.
backs. Refrigerated vent a chef unit. ., 2BA. Brick Home on 200X200Lot. MONARCH
4' elec. steam table, 4 burner hotplate $24,900 FHA-VA Enjoy| old-fashioned country
77 gal. elec. hot water heater, Plan ahead for summer. Enloy| this living., Call today to see at $51,700. <
3BR., 2BA., CH&A, covered patio &
dbl. elements undercounter type BPP.
hobart dishwasher with dralnboard & garage. Beautiful remodeled kit., w. FAMILY PARADISE .: STEEL
lots of cabinets.
2 sinks. Four double and 2 single Over 2200 sq. ft. of living area In this
booths w-formlca tops. All the above $21,900 FHA'VA 4BR.,2'I2BA.Home In Admirals Walk. BELTED
for $1500. 246-8383, call anytime. Bargain Hunters this one's for you. Extras,: too numerous to list. Call I

3BR., 2BA, CH, Fenced yd., Family today, $67,500. _

li. t;'READ.ESTATE t'' -.r it room. Under$29,000 market FHA-VA at $25,900., HEAVENER Wllhld.317.112'REALTY ti RADIAL

ACREAGETwo Had 1 too many? This 4BR Is the Orange Park 2441222RENTALS'
TRAILER LOTS WITH 140,000 MILE 'TIRES
answer to problem. Located Cedar
5 mile .
Tracts
up to twenty acre, '
radius Cecil Field & 1-295 $2,000.00 to Hills. Includes refrlg., stove, carpets I .,,:MrA:,&\'-".; -,. "n0'/'. .' > .. I UARANTEEFR7O14
$3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far & covered patio. $29,000.
'below near-future values. Call Tony SPECIAL WILMAR APTS. !
George, 389.5514, Eve. 7711976. Enjoy this 3BR., 2BA, Fully carpeted 2BR. Apt.wllter, sewage, & garbage.All .
WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA home,-w.Den,CH&A; FHA-VA $29,900. ground floor, quiet St., House pet $3519
Realtors Specialist CIRCLE ME O.K., small child O.K., no yard dogs,
Lg. tree shaded lot. 3BR, 2BA, CH&A. Furn. $150., Unfurn. $125., Washer
- You can't miss with less than $3,500 $10.00, 100 Ft. Clotheslines new

"SHIPMATES"Before equity. aluminum siding, new roofs. 387-2541 GR70-14.cr'15 37s3
buying or selling your Real GOOD EQUITY or 3842986.

Property Call, Discuss, Then com Buy with low monthly payments. 4BR,

pare. Joe Ropiak, Realtor-Associate, 2 BA,completely equip. Ig.country kit. RESA TERRACE MOBILE HOMES
with Standing Agency, Inc. Off., 771- Covered patio & fenced yd. Many 12XSO, 2BR., Patio, AC, Ig. lot,child & HR70-14 or 15 $3861
8036
Evenings 7817715. xtras. $31,000. small pet O.K. $150. plus deposit. 5316

ROLLING HILLS Tlmuquana Rd. 772.9615.FURNISHED .
HOUSE FOR SALE Good location between bases. Nice All other prices proportionately' 'lower

3BR., 2BA., Lg. Wooded Lot, Nor. back yd..3BR, 2BA, Ig. MBR many APARTMENTNice F.E.T.from 3.04 to 3.42
mandy Village Kit. Equlpt., AC, & closets. W-W carpets, CH&A. Home Furn., WW cpt., drps elec. PASSENGER TIRE
Cent. Heat Freshly painted, 28500. $39,900.ORANGE equlpt.,Conv. to NAS 8.Cecil,Married GUARANTEE
shows beautifully.
Call 733.9615. PARK cple., 388.0848, rent reas. Guaranteed agalntl all road haiardi for the lire ef the original)
tread. If tire fail, we win at our option, repair It free or replace -
,INVEST IN IASSCAPITAL AREA Montclair-Almost new. Owner will UNFURNISHEOHOUSESandal it, charting only for the tread wear an a prorata there.f
Lake Crescent, Welaka, St. Johns finance 2nd Mtg. at 8 percent. All wood 4BR., 2BA., fam. rm. the currant price plus tax,
River area. Waterfront acreage & lot. brick 3BR. 2BA, Ig. MBR. Eat-In kit. Guaranteed again wear-owl let a specified number af"'i.....
Crescent City Realty H.E. (Hal) W-W carpets,CH&A. Beautiful fenced $275.MO.FOX REALTY INC. If tread wear out In this period, we will replace it,charging
Baker USN Ret., Realtor AssociateOff. yd., LARGE tre.s. $47,500. Realtor 725-6200 for mileage used an a prarata she,.ef the current price, plus
BELLAIR tax.Commercial v.hldtl'e.dU41.d.
904-698-2663 Eve. 698.2535.
3 yrs. old with good floor plan. :3BR.,
3 BEDROOM,2 BATH HOME
2BA, W-W carpets, nice decor CH&A. r
CLAY COUNTY 2yrs. old. Doctors Inlet, near Black L'p
Lg. corner fenced lot. Call to make
10 acres Improved, W.24X52 dbl. wide appointment $39,500.HYDE Creek Fish Camp, 1 acre wooded lot.,
Mo. Home, buy acreage & assume $175.MO. 282.4248 or 2825316.
pymts. on Mo. Ho., & move In. GROVE ACRES
. NAS GAS SAVER Beautiful area, Excel. neighborhood.Close | MOBILE HOMES = )
3BR, 2VtBA, TIRE COMPANY
All brick
3BR., 2BA._Home, Ortega Hills, DR, schools,
BIRO, DW, fncd. bk. yd., & many Lg. fam. rm. Outstanding floor plan & JUSTISS TRAILER PARKI MNIAMEAICAMOpen
xtras. VA appraised. $28,500. constr Call for more details. $53,900. I Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern [ 8-4 Mon.-Fri., 8-2 Sat/

LOW EQUITY TROUT RIVER WATERFRONTOver' trailer and apts. 389.3007,
3BR., 2BA Home on dead end St. 2 acres, W-boat slip All brick, I NOW V>flNl (U V [) .i:
Fncd. Yd., won't last. High Teens. 3BR., 2BA., CH&A, appliances, B A J MOBILE HOME SALES
$14,000 drapes .. W-W cpt Owner will finance 3738 Phillips Hwy. 398-8924 n i H N f. r>H s
New & used homes, discountsto
special
Lovely 2BR., AC, Home In Murray with good terms. In low $50's.
Hill, Lg. Fam. rm. Nice fncd. yd. the military. See Bill Vernon CPO V
WORKMAN REALTY,INC. BOSSEN REALTY, INC. / USN. Retired. Wo also do towing and V-V

R e a l f o r-M.L.S. 188-9385 Realtors M.L.S.384-2334 anchoring.
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= -------=..---- ----..rsrwr-ear--> --- Full Size Mattress and Box Owen VP-30 NAS Pax River
.1 I, ,= ,,, "<+' ,, ,>:,i-- ,. ..._ ",. "" .,,..*" ".".,,,,, ,' Springs like new $20.00. Single Md. 20453. Willing to pay

Bunk Bed-Complete $20.00. Call reasonable equity.

THE FLEET MARKET I 264-0050 .....-...
: GO CART regulation racing

67 FALCON, 2dr. 6 cyl Standard size. McCulloch frame with two
"-. '" < n' ,. .,.. H" n. ,_, ,, <,, ,,=;T 1
,_ 0" After
1 Shift,good condition $550.00 2.5 Briggs and Stratton engines.
-*A FREE Personal'Want Ad Service Military and Civilian Employees of NAS lax and NAS Cecil Field 5 or weekends. Call Cecil ext. 354 $250.00. Phone 282-4767

1 ....-..- .
FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM
I WANTED: Seamstress to do 69 Mustang 250 6c, AC, 57,000
.
MATT. Ads will be published no more than three(3)( ) Times. some sewing and alterations. For Inspect $850. firm. Yellow Black
; HUIL. Limit Ad to 20. words or less. 1 Sale: B-W Portable TV, excellent Int. Phone 771.3613 25 foot Ron-

.,' I condition, $25.00. Call Cecil x153-! tune Houseboat Self con. $600.
549 or 264-1894 after 6:00: p.m. .

,1 .' Large Wooden bookcase with
I. Garage Sale Dinette set, twin glass doors. $75. Wooden Kitchen

1I .... I bed, sofa, chairs, school desk, Cabinet $40 786-2781

:: .YA f children's books, toys, Misc. 771-

.1 TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW. 2420 "PCS" Depart Mid. Feb. 57 Chevy Belair Tudor, 4 speed,

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. positive traction, rolled Interior,
FOR RENT: PCS, 3br, 1ba, mags, new paint and brakes,
I f I I CH&A, Biro, FNCD BKY, UN Inspected. $995.00 or best offer or
Furn. Convenient Elem School, trade equal value. 781.4887
I Name Office or activity to which assigned
I Cecil, Lease RQRD $280-mo. 781-

I p 8466 1963 DODGE P.U. V Ton 6

; I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature Cylinder with topper $350 264-9779

t CB Base radio W-Coax, Mikes, Shag Rug: 12x14 lime: green,
t. 1.Advertising will be accepted only from active and his signature, grade or rank.rate, office or Antenna -$135, Regulation Pin excellent condition, make offer.
military or civilian employee/ personnel assigned to activity to which he Is assigned and office telephone I
Ball Machine $110, Mens Golf
; NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. This Information is for authentication only and your 9x12 Rubber back gold shag, $15.
Clubs $50. 771-5990 Evenings.For .
ad should be worded Independently of this In 778.2913
\, I 2.Free advertising In the "FLEET MARKET formation./ Forms must be clearly typed or prlnted-
will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housing NO machine reproductions will be accepted. Sale 1974 Concord 12'x65' 3br. For Sale 1967 Mustang Con-
for personal use as a residence, these ads will be
I 2 ba. No equity assume loan
accepted only If the words "PCS" (for military), or Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In vertable Good Shape Eng. and
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the the following edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads 778.1503 Body would trade for motorcycle
... ..
I Jacksonville area) are Included In the wording of the arriving after that date or ads held out because of $495. Home 1.328.1209 Work
ad. Offers to buy or sell personal property; offers of space limitations will be placed In the following F-70xl4 Wide Oval Tire GM Rim Arch
Bryant, 778-9170
or requests for rides to and from work; an. week's edition. Ads will be run only one time unless $20, 650x13 Rim &Tire$8.00 Boy's
nouncements of educational offered submitted above.
courses by non. as prescribed
20" Bike $20. Ph. 3U 7809 1971 Landcrulser
profit organizations government agencies. Ads Toyota waren
a for pets will be carried only when accompanied by 6.No phone calls will be accepted regarding Hubs, CB, Large Tires on Steel
the word "Free". "FLEET MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR 1960' Bugey. Sprite, new top Spoked Rims, much more Call
NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide tires, Interior etc. $750. "
Q paint,
Qd I 3 All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. Call 264-3223 OylerADJ-2, 3195 282-4291 eve.
"FLEET MARKET" ad form which will be printed
: In each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7.AII ads must be limited to 20 words each. No Tires.Wheels. Hubcaps. New set
f will be rejected more than twoJ( ads per week per person will be 1973 Harley Davidson 74 full 600x14, 6 ply, from Ford Courier
accepted. dress. Excellent condlton. Orders
Complete ad forms must be mailed to "FLEET truck. Sell as set or pairs. Call
Force sale. PN1 Kenneth W.
I MARKET" Editor CO JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 1, I.Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a after 1730, 384-7824.
NAS Jacksonville Jacksonville Florida 32212. business or which do not meet the above Sterling, Ext. 2768 (Work). 284- -......- ,
These forms must provide all Information requirements will be rejected. The publisher 9350 (Home after 5 p.m.) Sale Ludwig Trap. Set completewith
requested le: Full name of person submitting ad reserves the right to omit any or all ads
extras $345.00. Call 771-4234
j I WANTED: Children to babysit in
i.1 r ass--ass ass ass ass--afa sss___s ass-ass--sas-.--asf-ass---sas--..
19" TV B&W 140.00. Small Wanted Old Sextant. Need not PB, R&H Everything works $400. my home, Dunwoodle Road, GE dishwasher top loader $50.
Barracks size Refrigerator be In working order. PH 388-5292 771-8385 after 1730 Orange Park, 7:30: a.m. 6:00: Swivel Rocker $10. Twin Bed

$50.00, AMF 10 speed bike $60.00 a Eves,:weekends. p.m., Call Marla at 264-5680 white $20 Electrolux Shampoer;' ,

three months old, 20" bicycle for --., Sale: Draw-lit. Custom made 1970fPONTIAC Polisher $35. 771-6376 after p.m.
$25.00. Call Ext. 105 or 106 Coleman Camper Sleeps 6, Trailer Hitch. New never used. For Sale (Continued on page 15)
Icebox, 2 burner stove, 9 Inch, 25 For' 74 Gremlin. 1500. Cecil CATALINA 4 dr. H.T yellow W-

1973 AMC Hornet SportAbout, 6 gal. water tank, dlnnette excel, X8177 or 772.9180 Vinyl top PS, PB, Air Excellent HOrrESTSHOW
cyl. Radio, AC, Automatic cond. $950 772-7964 condition $1050 264-5048

Transmission, Power Steering, 16,000 BTU Fedders AC $75.00; .--.- ,:
Steelbelted tires. $2595 ext. 102-S- 1966 Dodge Monaco 4dr. Nuthln' Winchester 30.30 65.00; Unlmat PCS Orders to Jax. Looking to IN
after 5 p.m. 387.2341 fancy. Runs Good. AT, AC, PS, Lathe $155.00; Sofa 40.00 Phone buy 3br home. Eligible VA or
771.1312 FHA on assumption. 15 to 20k TOWNLIVE

I Ifi Vi1 I IIt range Tel.301.862.1487 or Write L. ON STAG El '

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'i'I Beautiful Hostesses
I AUTO SALESOwned Open All Day-All Night

; GIRLS GIRLS


( &operated by ,Cdr. Ed Jackson, USN retired) GIRLSSAILORS

onaontoWne WELCOME 1
!
QUALITY USED CARS

DOWNTOWN7th
11" "'.S Apartmcrts 59 FORD P.U.TRUCK Good transportation $295 and Main Streets

t 1. 36 FORD COUPE 2 door $1695 3534950
m
; 65 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE Mech. perfect $595

; Love 65 FORD MUSTANG 1 Ow ner,All-ong.:,6CyI.,Auto .9.5 .Y.

\ i; Kids,Cats, Dogs, 61 MERCURY STA.WAG. Loaded $895

", 'r. TbysBikcs 67 FORD STA.WAG. Loaded $695
;
.
P.U.TRUCK 1195
4; 61 CHEVROLET SWB6000ml.on
'Dikes and
J"k
Eng.AutoACN
: V&gons CHEVROLET CAMARO 327, 4Spd., Radio $ 295 T1MUQUANATERRACE

tt J. oa 61 FORD STA.WAG. Loaded $795
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,
.l : 65 FORD GALAXIE 500 150 Apartments

. ,{ One two,three bedroom garden apartments 1095
69 TOYOTA CORONA 4dr., AC, 4 Spd.
1. Free
golfing privileges Pool. PatlOS.a.lconies
::: Adult and family section 69 DODGE 2dr. Hdtp., Loaded $895 WTW C.rpetDr.pes

Protected children's playgroundsFive 70 OLDSMOBILE DELTA. Loaded $ 1095J9 Central' Heat.Air

I\ swimming pool, tennis courts PLYMOUTH SATELITE PSACRadio $ 195 Modern Laundry Kitchen Room Appliances

One bedroom from $155 Two bedroom from 71 TOYOTA STA.WAG. AC, Auto 1495
1 BR FURNISHED
$190 .Three bedroom from$265 1295
? 71 CHEVROLET VEGA New engine, Auto

Londontowne 14 ni// ,. 71 RENAULT 4dr., Radio, Heater $795 $120 up
Apartments es 71 PLYMOUTH FURY Loaded $1095 2 BR FURNISHED

/1591 South fo 'rti $ 1 195 $170
71 FORD TORINO PS, AC, Radio up
Avenue
Call 781-7700 72 FORD PINTO Radio, Heater 1395 2'''' miles from NAS Jay
72 TOYOTA CELICA Loaded $2295 10 miles from NAS CecilSMISCAIOAftDAVt.

J Professionally -1, 72 PLYMOUTH VALIANT oCyl., Auto, Radio 1895 .
managed by (Just off Tlmuquana)
PHONE 772 HM
,. "r. '190 '103rd 772-1364
Street *

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"' \1\"', ,<& ; from 1973
N' ,,r ,," \ 4 J h VEGA HATCHBACK 25,600 Looking for an after Hunting
,, <
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< : "".', ,
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":' \"" 'f"' Switzerland or Mandarin Area miles. Radio, Heater, Standard Season Bargain Call 771.8075'or .
I FLEET MARKET From 0700 to' 1530 772-2400 Transmission & 4 New Tires 389-4801 I

$17,00 A-l Condition 264-9735 after -.-.
67 CAMERO, 4 spd shlft-327 5PM (Continued on page :.
engine, 5 new tires. Needs minor
(Continued from page 14) felt pads. Has two speed Motor. 16)t
engine repair, must sell. Asking
GARAGE SALE February 8, 2184$30.00 Aval. Bldg 125, NAS, 772- $200.00 Call ext. 3506 or 264-3493 t

1975 & February 9th from 10 ...... after 5pm Strickland QUESTIONS
--
o'clock till 8 o'clock 6966 Jack
Horner Lane. Just off of Lane CANOE: 17 Ft. square stern Metal-Chrome CLOTHES RACK-

Ave. rudder Grumman, leeboards alum. and Floor sail.board$350, $3.00 Infant's Childs Cradle Rocker 781-9093, $7.00Whlte( ) ABOUT LOANS?

Phone 264-8302 or 772.2195 ... ..
74 Starcraft Galaxy Swinger -
Camper Ml, equlped Including 1970 PORSCHE 1974 TOYOTA CORONA-4dr, WE'LL ANSWER THEM.No .
awning and Porta-Pottl. Sleepssix. For Sale 914 4speed, AC, R&H, $1300 below 75 t

$2150. 743-5457 after six p.m. Engine Excellent 33,000 Condition-miles After Body & model, $2950'or best offer Private ( names. No sales pitches.) J
6pm owner-Better after 8pm 7784021MN .
1 Double Bed Box Springs 781.1059 ,
w
Before borrow, there be questions weighing
you
may on
Mattress & Frame, New 7 Single KAWASAKI 500, 1973 3000 MI. \
For Sale: 61 VW with Overhauled your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick, r
Bed Box Spring /Mattress Frame, Ext. Cond. Includes Towing Hitch
Engine, (No title courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your name
) Will
Head toot boards.. All $135. 771- Consider and 2 Hlmets.$975.00 firm Ph 772- or.talk shop unless you want: us to. ,
selling Engine Seperate 2 Wide j
3211 3148 Ext 218HeavyDuty .
15"VW Hole Rims. Call 781.1532 -..-...' Dial Finance
We don't want you to like us just for our money.
For Sale: 1973 450 Honda Good STROLLER For
For Sale Car 40 W. Monroe St 356-0735
: Top CARRIER Box .
condition new tires& helmet best Sale $12.50 has package area, sun
20 cu.ft. 5256 Beach Blvd.
capacity. Fits standardcars. shade, 396-2895
offer Call 771.3211 ext. 8236 Foot Rest Call 771.5096
Call 384-6364 after 4 p.m. 4721 San Juan Ave. 384-2314 ,;

For Sale: Cheap, two long sleeve Work phone No. 772.2306 For Sale-OIL FURNACE, Wall '1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764.2583

Kakl shirts 15ttx34",one 39 long Type,with Blower, Very good Seiman Lone Star Center <
blue uniform (Ensign) Phone 771- OIL HEATER with Blower 75000 condition, $45. Phone 388-5594 :6681 Arlington Rd. 724-9555
3211 Ext. 486 BTU Like New Condition, $60, ....--..
........... 387.1516 or 772-3358 Mr O'Connell.For .

64 VW, Good transportation,
Sale-1964 PLY.SPTS.FURY$500
27MPG, New Paint Job $375. 771- -
1965 VW Squareback
3211 ext. 170. after 1730 264-7276 wgn-
$600 engines good, body fair
cash only. Call 264.9487 after
5pm S I
For Sale: Industrial tool
'
engineering course textbooks
For Sale Ail Steel Slated
Chrome ,. PIECE
covering basic drafting to tool &
WHEELS 12 Inch ((4)) with tires,
die technology, dresser, nightstands
Excellent Cond. For 4 Lge holes
Baby clothes 786-5496 ADR1 Tryor 772-3156 after 7pm FULL from $85 ea. piece

353.1165
For Sale: 35MM Pentax Spot- QUEEN from$45 set
mafic Camera, Electronic Flash,
Mersman Occasional TABLES
tripod, %" Electric Drill, Manon

7x-15x35 Zoom Binocular, mens Antique Tops White, 2 Bunching.Woodgrain 2 End Formica 2 0
Jacket -40 786-5496
suede KING S119
Poe Tables-Like new Cost $475
'
'Take $225 264-5512 1 r
(will do babysitting In my home .....-..
weekly. Hot meals furnished. 15'BASS BOAT, Loaded, 50HP

103rd St.'area.1i'1' Very, ," 'experienced.'. ', ", i, Mercury,stick Steering; Trolling
778-3862"' -}. "f'- 1,: "> < Motor,Depth Sounder, Live Well,
Carpeted, Deluxe Seats, MATTRESS MART
Free Would like to find good
Galvanized Trailer, Many Ex-
home' for our four month old
tras. $1700 771.5869
puppy, Has most shots. 772-0879 .....-...
17 Foot'' Fiberglass BOAT and 5043 NORMANDY BOULEVARD PHONE 786-4414
PCS For Rent Two Bedroom
Trailer 120 HP Mercrulser 1-0. HOURS TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY 104 SUNDAY AND MONDAY 12 tHat
12x50 furnished trailer on privatelot. Full Canvas, Excellent Con
Couple only. No pets., Con dition. $2000.00 Ph 264-6232
venient to both bases. Air conditioned -
778-2482


Guitar Amplifier two Channels Wfcifei (
REASON'S TO BUY
Four In puts Jacks Volume bass Ig.
table each Channel Plus Reverb -

& tremolo Foot Switch outlet .
-
Johnson OUTBOARDS "-
SCOW Max 772-9310 I oWORLD'S

LARGEST SELLING OUTBOARD 16' V BOWIIDER
1972 Honda CT 70H. Excellent.
*MORE VALUE-GREATER RESALE
Condition. 4-speed. $175. Firm. "
Call Lindsay ext. 8103 EVOLUTION REVOLUTION ALL : > TOP

LOOKS LIKE A Johnson OUTBOARD YEAR ...... '. 'r '" MECHANICAL ;

1967 DODGE POLARA, 4Dr. HT, AFTER YEAR-SAME ON THE OUTSIDE, r-f'.C ,,'
STEERING
'
All Equipment, Trailer Htch, WITH ADVANCED ENGINEERING INSIDE.e
Runs good, $350, Ext 2401 or 398- *GREATER DEALER NET WORK FOR WORLD. ." ':i kM.. WALK THRU

7278 after 1600GARRARDRC98 SERVICE. :rWINDSHIELD..
WIDE :t t11 ,, ,
Turntable. NEW JOHNSON 1975 HP TO 135 HP f't DELUXE HARDWARE

S20.00, Aval. Bldg. 125, NAS, 772- IN STOCK READY FOR DELIVERY (,
2184 RETAIL TAG-TITLE-REG.-SAFETY KIT .

HIM wrutD MARINE 70 HP Johnson -
Singer RUG SHAM POO ER & $4792 :

BUFFER with Tank 4-brushes & WORLD'S LARGESTVOLUME JOHNSON GALV.TRAILER WITH 13" TIRES

OUTBOARD DEALER ''

) SALES EXPERTS TO GUIDE YOU WHEN '
3499

o "fl!!! *DEMO BUYING RIDES SO YOU CAN TRY, THEN BUY. .

*SERVICE BACKED UP WITH FACTORY

COUNTRYFROIA LIVING TRAINED MECHANICS AND FACTORY

AUTHORIZED PARTS HtJdJWf )
lO9 M I
--- $ *OUR VOLUME BUYING MEANS BETTER OPEN :

PRICES FOR YOU ., .... .'
11 Bedrooms :
Central Heat Air LARGE SELECTION OF NEW AND USED "1 6 MARINE :.
2652 Blvd.388.3211'11
Built-in Kitchen OUTFITS .I .Blandint ,
e Pool "w-w carpets I
Lg. Closet Laundry Fac.Children a ; 'i.l fAJ: ; eI : ..i #Iii..isj; ii ] I I ,'
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Pets welcome ( 'I
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PARK PLACEAPARTMENTS

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Boy's 26" New 10 Speed 1967 BUICK LESABRE-Good ColdSot Frostless "16"
&:.m & BICYCLE $50.00 Girls 26" transportation 4-D HT with SPACEMAKER Gibson 24,000
I BICYCLE Coaster Brake $45.00 PSPB,and AC.Good buy. Priced BTU Air Cond. Both Good Condition -

FLEET MARKETContinued After 5pm 733-8809 right. $250.00 cash.. Call 771.2968 Call 781-0509

Round DINETTE SET with Friday Only BABY ITEMS,
Wanted: BOAT, MOTOR,
( from page 15)) Cond. ($1450.00)) 771-5044. Before Swivel Chairs Yellow & White- Snare Drum, Check Writer TRAILER All or Separate. Also
Like New $75.00 after 5pm 733- 'Located at Booth Inside Thieves
BOAT for Sale: 17' Crest liner W- 4:00: Need Duck Decoys & Shotgun
65' Evlnrude, Cox Galvanized ......- 8809 Flee Market Edgewood Ave.
Trailer, Skis, Ski Belts, Towlines. BAMBOO BAR-LIVING RM Information 7116673DISHWASHERWestinghouse
Call 264-3875 after 1600 FURNITURE Set Includes. 1965 HONDA 305 Super Hawk.
Bamboo Bar, Stools, Swivel Good Condition. Runs Great.. 5.
RADIO CONTROL MODELS: P, Chair, Table; Sofa, End Table Dependable 70 MPG. Two Cycle Woodtop-Sanitlzer-Harvest 1968 CHEVELLEATACR&HGood
39, P-40, Super KAOS, Fiberglas 772-8917 after 6:00: p.m.$300 Helmets & Car Carrier $300 A Gold 1 Yr Old 733-6570 Tires Excel
Super Cuda, Retracts,'DynamicsRC classic. 772-8995 Condition. Original Owner $950
Car, Many Modeling Ac. FREE Young Female Tiger Ladles GOLF CLUBS, bag & cart 772-7871
cessorles, All New. Call 388-2673 CAT, Spayed, Wormed, Healthy, GARAGE SALE: 5107 Oakslde $50.00 Foam Rubber Rug Pad
Needs Good Home with Love 786- Dr. In Ortega Hills. Girls Clothes ding, $10.00 4x12 ft 4 Sections $25

CAMPER: 1973 Coleman Valley 8341 Size 4,5,6. Ceramics, Model for all Ph 269-0630 PANASONIC SS 4-Track

ForgeTELESCOPIC( ). Sleeps 6, Airplane Kits Come Sat. from ... STEREO TAPE RECORDER,
gas stove, Ice box, etc. Credit 1966 2 Dr.- PLYMOUTH 12:00: to 6:00: -- Model RS-763FS, FM-AMand FM
14 Ft. RUNABOUT 61 40 HP
'\, Union financed. Like new. Sell: VALIANT V-8, Standard trans. Stereo Radio W-Automatlc
I 1971 CHEV.IMPALA-4dr.Sedan, Merc. Cox Trailer, Coast Guard
$1,300.00 786-0683 after 5 p.m. Nice Interior & good body Tuning Like New$225.00 Call 2645594 -
ACPSPB, Very good condition Equip Must See $650.00 will Deal
Dependable transportationasking
$1295.00 772-8647 after 783.1427
73 VEGA, 2800 miles, AM-FM, $450.00 Call after 5pm 641. 4pm .
Mag-W 3-Speed,Hatchback Excel 2390 -
--------------- Wlnnebago 24Ft. MOTOR Wanted : Part. Time 197416'VIP BASS,85 HP Johnson
HOME, Sleeps Seven, All Extras, BABYSITTER for My Home, Power Tilt-Trim Fully Equipped,
BEDS BEDS BEDS Excellent. Blue Book Retail Some Weeknights and Week-End Many Extras. No Equity Take
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ROUNDBALL

ROUNDUPVW4 I BASKETBALL STANDINGS I. :


clinched two victories

last week in Intramural
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONALLEACL'EHS11
Basketball action including a te
3 80rp16,
A 0
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win over HS-5, 11633.VW4 '''
stunning
9-1 AIROPS : 8-3'
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was led by the 24 point .
HC-2 7-3 VW-4 7.3
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effort of Alan Parker and 20 SUPPLY 6-4 NWSF"I ; '::7.4'
Wilson.In other :
points by Aubrey =
HAWKS 5-4 VP-45 1 1'
week VW-4 also
last
action HS-1 7-5
MARINE BKS t T5-5
claimed a victory over the HS-15 4-7 ADMIN 5-6

Hospital 51-34. 679th 2-8 MARTD '3-8
HS-1 managed to break even by CPW-11 2-9 NARJAX 1-9 s
pulling off 71-62 win over VP-49 VP-49 0-12 HOSPITAL 210HS5
and dropping a game to the 0-1
Hospital 79-54. Lonnie Johnsonled .. di'.L
the scoring in the win with 34 {

points.Rodney.
Bunch led the way for GUITARHEADQUARTERS.
HS-15 as they picked up two ,
games. Bunch scored 22 points in .0.
the 73-53 win over VP-49 and a big U
40 points in the victory over
Supply. Kevin Gordon picked up TI g* THE AMERICAN *:$
26 points for Supply In their lossto Ramona :*::: MUSIC STORE %: :

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HC-2 stopped the 679th team in r. D : :*.:,: GUITAR A::: ....
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points ,
NWSF also broke even in last r y THE AMERICAN MUSIC STORE
week's action as they dropped 5225 LENOX AVENUE PHONE 78M080
their first game to Air Ops 82-62 ..,;.. (Across from Pizza Inn at Normandy Mall)
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Hospital MICHAEL RANDOLPH of the Air Ops team is flying for the basket
Randolph led the scoringfor
Barry is Mark Ivy of NWSF tries to bring him down. The outcome of the I
the winners James Smith led
,
Photo. Feature Game of the Week was Air Ops 82,NWSF 62. FLORIDA RESIDENTS ONLY
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NWSF scoring the victory over -

the teammate Hospital James with 23 Scherr points was and "Ji, *:iji\ :''': .' -,. M ':' l : i1ifj, \;; :; M"1:: ,,'"

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VP-43, just returning from .
deployment picked up a victoryover
Admin 7638. The VP-45
team was led by high point man TEEN CLUB:The Teen Club is of all members of the Teen Club
Michael Adams. VP-56 defeated planning a Valentine's Day soon the date and time for this
CPW-ll 96-76 behind the scoringof Dance, February 15.. The dress meeting will be announced at a'later
Larry Rawlins.:, Mike Nash for the dance will be semiformal date. ..The? topics _for the,
picked'up 23'polntT for CPW-ll. There. will be a general!! meeting meeting will be upcoming events'
business.
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GOLF 22. This will be an all day event hre convenient for NAS Cecil
Make sure you mark your starting at 0900. Teams par- Field personnel, Florida Junior
calender for Saturday, February22nd ticipating will come from all over College will be conducting the
and plan on playing a roundof the southeastern United States. nre test on base beginning this
golf at NAS Cecil Field. The This tournament will be known as month.
GJO is sponsoring a "hole-in-one the Gateway City Invitational.Cecil Applications will be acceptedat
award" on that day. Anyone Field will host the "AA" the NCFA office, Bldg. 26,
scoring a hole-in-one on the par 3 division (the elite), the YMCA in from 1130 to 1230 each Tuesday.A
number four hole will receive a hosting the "A"division,and Lee representative from Florida
brand new automobile. All High School the womens division. Junior College will process ap-
duffers come on out and try your This is planned to become an az=< i plications and collect the $7.50
luck. annual tournament and is ex- fee. Tests will be administeredthe
VOLLEYBALLNAS pected to grow into the largestone last week of each month on
Cecil Field will host an of its kind in the south. All Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Invitational Volleyball Tour- three divisions are sanctioned by M- Thursday. The test will be givenin
nament on Saturday, February the USVBA. A total of 26 teams room 122, Bldg. 39:
have already entered and more Florida Junior College has
are expected to do so. agreed to conduct these test on
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will 1 compete for Read Cup'I I


Part of the competitionfor Navy and the United held Friday at 2:30: .:

the BritishAmericanNaval States Navy. and February 14, also at
Trophy, the Read The races are scheduled 2:30.:
Clip, will be' held here whenever the opportunitycomes
against the crew ot the up and points are Four teams will be
.
HMS Ark Royal March 1. added up by calendar yearto selected for final com
The Cup was presentedin determine the winning' petition. Three eliminationraces 1
r r N a. -.wt+ aMt 1954 by Captain S J Navy. The Cup was won by will be held' ,

Read, the Rear Com the U.S. Navy in 1974 and February 21 to select four .f

modore of the Royal Naval is now in the United States. skippers and one standby. j "
Sailing Association, to To prepare for the Read Cup finals with the
encourage team sailing competition practice Royal Navy.will consist of

M races between the Royal warm-ups, boat tuneupsand two team races with four
boats to a side.r1rti .
informal will be
races
All Navy SportsThe --

R schedules for the 1975 East i $
1 Coast-West Coast Sports
Championships, featuring SPORTS BRIEFS )
several categories not included in'
the All-Navy program'were
announced last week.
Navy people selected from INTRAMURAL PISTOL MEETING
East Coast Commands will There will be an Intramural Pistol Meeting Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. '
in in Building 563. All commands or units wishing to participate should
compete wrestling, boxing, '
sailing, touch football, women's attend this meeting.
golf and tennis.
THE VOLLEYBALL GAME OF THE WEEK was VW-4 against West Coast competitors will vie
NARJAX. VW-4 won the match In two close games. The scores wert in wrestling, boxing, women's Take stock in America
VVIM15,NARJAX 12 and VW-4 15,NARJAX?. golf and tennis, sailing, /

raquetball, judo, handball, / "
VOLLEYBALL swimming-diving, chess and fT J
Volleyball badminton.
Winners from both coasts will

STANDINGS compete later this year in boxing, aewiesEy'" ..:.'. i'oooooonout
scores sailing and women's golf and
tennis for All-Navy Cham-
HSW.l 211VW4 pionships. _
and HSW.l continued vw-t 21.1their Winners of East Coast and
winning ways in Intramural NARJAX 17.5 West Coast wrestling meets in all
Volleyball last week as they HS-l 15-7 weight classes will participate in -.r
remained lied for lint place with VP-56 IH the interservice championships.Sports .
. Identical 21.1-recordsh' '. HC-2 9-11 competition not includedin 4/MIH/t/IS tM Last week !n Volleyball action NDRC 1012it the All-Navy program is
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HSW.l 15 VP..9 6 VP-49 7-13 more Navy people to engagein
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HSW-l 15 VP-56 5 MARTD 3-19 activities. [ i
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Jaxswim team

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I.): hosts swim meet


i \ ;; The Navy Jax swim team the 500 yard freestyle, placing
{ hosted swimmers from second in the 100 yard freestyleand
Gainesville and Daytona Beach third in the 200 yard
j' January 25 for a swim meet at the freestyle. Also in! the Senior
indoor pool. events,Bobby Haffke took first in
I In the 10 and under age group, the butterfly and two second
three Navy Jax girls took home place finishes in the breaststrokeand
11 ribbons.Andrea Parker picked backstroke events.
\ up two blue ribbons in the butterfly Senior girls events featured
f
a: and breaststroke events Barbie Lagdon with a blue ribbon
a I and two second place ribbons for for the backstroke, two secondsin
1 backstroke and freestyle. Patty the .butterfly and 100 yard
Longo placed first in backstroke freestyle and two thirds in the 200
j ), and freestyle while picking up and 500 yard freestyle. Anltra
\ second place in the butterfly and Kling finished second in the w
1 breaststroke competition. Pam backstroke and third in the 100
took third place honors in yard freestyle and butterfly
Kangas
they hosted a swim meet at the Indoor
SPLASH!The Navy Jax Swim Team made quit splash as
I backstroke, freestyle and but events. Lucy Mallard placed -
\ terfly. third In the backstroke.: pool.The Jax team took home a total of J3 awards.:

.' Jimmy Lagdon cleaned up in I I.
: the boys ten and under events as
I' : Y be picked up two blue ribbons for
J, backstroke and freestyle, a
: second place finish in the
breaststroke event and a third Int'

, 1 the Swimming butterfly. in the 11-12 age

t' I! group,Tim Mallard won two first
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l I terfly and backstroke, while
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1 and two second place finishes in
the butterfly and backstroke
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j Chip Lagdon picked up ribbons Revealed
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