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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I Women urged to respondto N4liUt.'I IJ tIU.L. 11181

7,777 T7""
IWY challenges Ium'" ,
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Washington. The designation opportunity to prepare for and q.

of 1975 as International Women's find employment in rewarding:
Year IWY) calls for a commitment jobs, Ms. Maymi stated.
and special effort from She noted there is particular
all women's organizations to interest in "nontraditional jobs-

reach common goals, Carmen R. jobs traditionally performed by
Maymi, Labor Department's men".and emphasized these 10

Women's Bureau director .said jobs are not restricted to the ,
recently. crafts and trades but also included tli

"International Women's Year a wide range of technicaland
has raised the expectations of all professional occupations.The .
American women," she told important thing, she said
attendees of the 19th annual is that "women have the right t or

meeting of District Two, Altrusa choose and the way be opened fo
International, Inc. them to follow chosen careers." a)
This means "renewed efforts" But not all women should be

to open more job opportunities, expected to choose nontraditionaljobs
especially in the highly skilled Ms., Maymi said. Many
and higher paid jobs usually women will continue .to find

reserved for men, and the satisfaction in their present
removal of discriminatory careers. +
barriers that have hampered the "We all have a stake in International

economic progress of women, Women's Year," she
Ms. Maymi said. told the group. "Never before has
She pointed out that women in the United Nations set aside a
labor whole RECORD-SETTING CREW-Cdr. Dan Wolkensdorfer, skipper of VP-30, congratulates plane
unions are using IWY to year to draw attention to
call attention to their need for the needs and potential of commander, Lt. Bob Clark,and his record-setting crew who logged the 120,000th accident-free flight
greater representation at policymaking women. Never before has the hour for the "Pros." Members of the crew are, left to right, AW3 Goetz, AE3 Stilwell, ATCS Holt,

levels in unions and are President of the United States AXAN Ketchem, ABH3 Schultz, AMHC Virgil, ADJ1 Bell, PR1 Donohue, All Taylor, AX1 Kennedy,

communicating with union proclaimed a year dedicated to Lt. Glerum, ADJ3 Backlund, and ADJC Fortuna.Accidentfree.

women in other countries to the Nation's women," she said.
exchange ideas and to establish She noted that President Ford

bonds of friendship.Mrs. has set up a National Commissionon

Maymi noted that Japan the observance of the year flight recordset
and the United States are nationwide.Ms. .

preparing a joint report on the said
Maymi "We have the
role and status of women workers commitment of government and
which will be completed during a the private sector, public by VP-30 'Pros'
July visit to this country by Mrs. agencies and voluntary

general Mayumi of Moriyami the Women, director and I organizations International Women's to the goals Year of- Jax-A milestone record 120,000 hours, is the most of the Chief of Naval

Minors' Bureau in Japan, and Equality, Development and was set by Patrol accident-free flight time Operation's Safety Awar j i !

other Japanese experts. Peace." Squadron Thirty last recorded in this aircraft by for fiscal years 1971 and

Their study, Ms. Maymi said, Wednesday July 9 when Navy squadron on 1974. I
will be an important contribution "Women's groups must rise to any
not only to IWY but throught the 1 the challenge International Lt. Bob Clark, the "Pros" either coast of the United Patrol Squadron Thirty :

years, as women draw closer 1 Women's Year represents and be safety officer, and his States. has amassed this record .

together to work out problems I a force for unity in the Nation's flight crew touched down This tradition of ex- while operating an
common to all. efforts to bring about true
here thesquadron's cellence aviation
logging safetyhas average 850 flight hours
The Women's Bureau is con equality and partnership for
cerned that women have an women and men," she declared., 120,000th ac- been recognized ,by per month, with 240 sorties j
cident-free flight hour in presentation to the "Pros" and about 1,500 landings.

the P3 "Orion."

FRONT PAGE PHOTO BY The skipper of the

"Pros," Cdr. Dan

PH2 JIMMY PILBEAMCapt. Wolkensdorfer, met the how much electricity
composite crew at the end

of their historic do
Karl J. Bernstein, CO of NAS Jacksonville, poses with flight. The emphasis on energy conserva- aervatlon efforts mOlt effectively
Each tion has encouraged many 01 UI to here II a table the esti-
shop in the showing
the Neptune's Mariners from Ship 666 at Huntsville, Ala., cut waste and improve efficiency YOU mated average amount 01 electric
winners of the Top Ship award at the 1975 King Neptune Rendezvous squadron contributed a In our everyday use 01 energy. energy used each year by various
July 11-13, at NAS Jax. Kneeling (1-r) are: Gaines representative to the crew To help you direct your energy con- use appliances In typical home:

Bagby, Ken Nathan, Steve Jacobs and Mark York. Standing are roster, emphasizing the 0
((1-r) Kenneth Frederick, David Erb, Sharon Nathan, Capt. "all hands .
Bernstein, Teresa Frederick, Janet Schwarz, and David ac ESTIMATED HOME APPLIANCE POWER CONSUMED YEARLY
Goforth, Bos'n of the ship. See pages complishment. Estimated Estimated.
The accident-free record kdow.tt houIs Wilson IIotm

dates from June 1962 when ____ Awrs"mans"._consumed amwalfy- wolto"Awe".. Communed Annual
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VP-30 Detachment PREPARATION COMFORT CONDITIONING
Alpha Blender, .
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was established at Broiler l.'J8 100 AIf Conditioner,
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Patuxent River, Md. and ColiN Maker.. 89. loe Bed CO-I/I9... 17' 14'
Deep Fryer ,1.14' .3 Dehumidifier, ... 'S7 U7
began replacement Dishwasher .. 1.201 363 Fan (""cl.) .. .......... 370 29'
JAX AIR NEWSThe EgO Cook. 518 I' .....
Fan (circulating' ) II .3
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training for P3 crews. Frying' Pan .. ., 1.196 I" Fan jOU",1) ...... .. 171 138
Hot plate US7 90 Fan(.window' .. .. ... 200 170
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record 13osier (portable) 1.322 178
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Own Microwave .500 300 Meeting. Pad _.... ... IS 10
Own' Self-cleaning 4 800 .....
Range. .. '." I.IC' Humidifier' .. M.. t71, 163
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed Roesler .... .:::. : g 1.175 205 HEALTH a IUU" '
each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, Safety innumbers. Toaster Sandwich. Grit ., 1.111 33 Hair Germicidal Dryer lamp,. .......... 381 20 Il:
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by the Holt Publishing Company,a prlvate firm. All Copy submitted Trash: Compactor : : Most. Lamp (MNar.d) : 250 13
for use In the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded the Public Waffle" Iron 1.11. U Shaver ..._........
Affairs Office, Box 2. NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday Waste Disposer' c.S 30"'''Lamp ._:........ to 1:
before publication. News Items are welcomed, from all sources. "Hilt FOOD PRESERVATION Tooth Vibrator Brush. .::: ::: .: 0:
Telephone 7722413. "N', (lIS CU. R) 311 1,195 HOUIEWAIIEI
"Everything advert'sed In this publication must be made (Frosu.aa 15 CII. n) .. 'CO 1,761 Clock 0 2 "71S
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, AtI"lIIralor Floor 'Oftlll. 0.. 305
creed,color,national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or patron.A (12 cu. it) '" ...... 2CI vie Sowing Machine: o.. 75 11
Rstngerator VACUUM Cleanse :: ::: 630 46
confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal opportunities I i i l i t (Frollllil- t2 cu II) 321 UI' _. __
by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print advertising AtIngerstor/Ester
from that source." (54 cu. R) ... m 1,537 1,000 watts a I kilowa5 hour ,
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' Credit Union opens

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new branch office

i" Jax--Capt. Karl J. loan officers, including one

Bernstein, CommandingOfficer to handle student loans, f
NAS Jacksonville, and nine cashier windowsare
officially dedicated: the available in the new
new Jax Navy Federal facility.A .
Credit Union branch office family credit coun-
facility here last Wed- selor, the Credit Union's -I: "
nesday, ,July 9. mail department and the I
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Also participating in the newly installed single- JUl.r
formal ribbon-cutting number telephone switchboard -
ceremony were 'several which serves all R r iMI r
Credit Union employeesled four of the Credit Union's
by Capt. Richard C. branch offices, are locatedin
O'Loughlin, USN-Ret., the new building. I
vice president of the Jax Terry Lewis, branch I
Navy Federal Credit manager of the NAS I
Union. Jacksonville office, announced -
The 11,300 square foot that the new
building, over twice the telephone number for the
size of the old branch of- facility, 778-4274, went into
CREDIT UNION CAKE CUTTING-With sword In hand and Hit goodies before them, Keith Lewis,
fice, was designed by J. operation on July 14. son of Terry Lewis,Jax Navy Credit Union branch manager,and Jean Elizabeth Bernstein,wife of
Douglas Snead, Jr., A.I.A', All Jax Navy Federal Capt. Karl J. Bernstein, NAS Commanding Officer, loin forces to cut the first slice of cake,
and was built by Robert Credit Union members are dedicating the new office facility of the Credit Union here..
Gay Construction Com- invited to attend an open
pany, both of Jacksonville.The house of the new offices Discharge review boards \\TIOA\ ,
new facility, built at between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. JO" 'v .
a cost $356,100, opened for on Wednesday, July 23. slated for establishment Q e'c, ,., .
business on Monday, July Tours of the facility and 2 '
14. refreshments will be Jax-Word has been received applications from 'f
that ten new discharge review who believe their discharges 0 f m r"
all.
Space for to eight available to I
up .
boards will established on were improperly issued or that tt ''
Nov. 1,1975 as the Department of an error or injustice occurred,
WITHOUT ADVERTISINGYOU Defense expands the discharge are J presently located only inWashington ?- ..
review system to make it more D.C. 6
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Cartoon contestnow R-SSi :''ifeWiWSSp&8Sfc WJ&'K: :>xAViliw':#: : AW> % : :;!;

underwayJaxThe STAMP CIRCLESBy l'llfuM'

20th annual All-

7, Navy Cartoon Contest is Albert B.Close

now underway.A ANTIGUA-Maps are the
creative imagination, subject of this Leeward Islandgroup's
- \ 'N'Ji ballpoint pen, and a latest stamp series, due
a
out August 26. Four values ((5, 20
i sheet of white paper are and 35 cents, 1 dollar) show
the only ingredients various historical charts of the

needed, plus, of course, a 18th century, down to a 1973 map
good concept of what's showing the position of St. John
appropriate for publicizingthe (the capital) and English Har

U.S. Navy, its people bour.SANTO DOMINGO,Dominican
rasst
and its operations. Republic-Two new com-
Cartoons drawn for this memoratives here celebrate the
contest are frequently inauguration of the first Earth
reproduced in ALL station for satellite com
x atu" munication. The five centavos
HANDS Magazine, Navy
value depicts the satellite station
NavNews and
Times, itself while the fifteen centavos
HC-2 FLEET ANGEL OF THE QUARTER-AMH3 D. DupkyM, various other media.Submissions item shows two satellites with an .
having been recognized as the Sailor of the Quarter for HC-2,receives must
from his skipper, Cdr. H.P. DeWSI Jr., a certificate and. a distinctive theme. allegorical STOCKHOLM map,projection.Sweden Two was a self-educated man whose
Navy
a
plaque in recognition of his accomplishment.Vietnamese portray
Bicentennial related new booklet series are due on sale Icelandic background made a
ina in late August. One display deep imprint on his thinking and
will be judged
language cartoons oldtime steam locomotives of the writing.
separate category.The country in three designs on a MEXICO CITY, Mexico _
contest is open to all booklet pane (two of five ore,and Native muralist artist, David
instructors needed Navy personnel on active one of 90 ore). The other bookletset Alfaro Siqueiros (1898-1974)), is
duty in excess of 90 days shows scenes of the "atch, commemorated on a recent 1.60
Jax-Officers and The pay will be $7.00 per and their dependents. The Guard and Help" corps which peso item. It is a powerful self-
enlisted personnel with hour and qualified per- includes the fire brigade, portrait depicting the artist's
fluent Vietnamese sonnel will be paid for contest is sponsored by the customs office, police corps, combative type of style. He is
Chief of Information and recognized, along with
hospital emergency, rescue Diego
three hours each teaching
ability are
language (CHINFO) and entries operations at sea. Value for eachof Rivera (1886-1957) and Jose
needed to assist in night. must reach that office by the five stamps on the Clemente Orozco (1883-1949)) as
teaching English to For further information booklet founder of the
be automated machine paneis being a new schoolof
Oct. 1, 1975 to eligible.
Vietnamese refugees, two contact the Navy Campus Additional details 90 ore. mural-on-buildings Mexicanart
Achievement Office may REYKJAVIK, Iceland which accents the plight of the
hours per night, two nights for ,
be obtained by writing to Famous Icelandic and the reforms which
week. ext. 2477 at NAS Jax. poet, StephanG. poor, grew
per CHINFO, Pentagon, Stephansson ((1853-1927)), is out of the Mexican Rvolution of
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referring to CHIN- emmission with a 27 kr. value. Siqueiros's paintings are well
JIM MARTIN'S TIRE FONOTE 1700, dated April Stephansson emigrated to represented on stamps with a
Canada when 20 years old and 1967 Ecuador series and a 1968
HIGH PERFORMANCE CENTER 1, was a farmer by occupation. He Panama set commemorating the

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f i i y { a i Petersburg, Fla:, July 20-()

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Cross Teen Volunteer tt

group participating in the t
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Program, attendees at the
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SHAMROCK OF THE QUARTER-A03 Carl C, Phipps) Jr., was Huber, Chantal Ingramand
recently selected as HS-7's Sailor of the Quarter for the third quarter Cathy Shindelbower.
of Fiscal Year 1975. His selection was based on the outstanding Sponsored by the NAS !
professional ability and military attitude he has displayed since his Red Cross, the youths will ,.
arrival In the squadron in April 1974. PO Phipps received a squadron be returning from the
plaque and other awards In recognition of the honor. "
Conference with reports on

Wives Service Schoolaccepting how to improve and expand
their local programs.

reservationsJaxThere's
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U.S. SAVINGS,BONDS COTTONMOUTH KILLED. Susan and Steve Motley exhibit the '
still time to each day, in the conference more-than-four-foot long colt nmouth snake they discovered, and "
reserve a. seat in the next room of Building killed In the dependent ttouslngfarea at NAS Jax recently. Steve killed
Navy Wives Service Information 500. the reptile with an air gun and warns all residents of the.area to ''
School class 11 always be extremely cautious when sighting snakes.As a rule snakes I
will be
Nursery care will not attack a human, unless cornered. Be wary'when walking "
.' scheduled to begin on July offered by the Navy Wives through tall grass or weeds and,if a snake Is seen,let It be,unless you
23.21 and continue until July Club of America, Jax 86. know exactly how to dispose of the reptile. ('I

The classes will be held Call 772-3284 for additional ,

from 9 a.m. .until 12 noon. information.
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1A A Hard Hat

Jax-The following article, extracted from a back
issue of the SAFETY BULLETIN, is offered as a
change-of-pace feature for all who use protective gear,
especially hard hats, in their work...
1 1 During the latter days of Creation, the Lord in-
\411 ef_ ventoried what remained of the miscellaneous parts
% used to fashion the many creatures on the new Earth.He .
found, amongst the odds and ends, just enough
parts to assemble one more living thing. '
He noted, with some concern,a set of four stubby legs,
a pointy tail, long, wrinkled neck, a pair of weak eyes, a
// soft little body equipped with exasperatingly slow-
acting muscles, and a lethargic brain-small, and in-
l capable of little more than the managing of a few
4 j ., ,rfmay. moving parts. It was easy to understand why He had left

these parts until last! k
But, nothing in Nature is wasted-so, the last little
.....,.y r animal was assembled.The .
Lord watched this wretched little fellow make his
way slowly through the lush grasses, and saw at once
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that he had no chance for survival-without some
rework! The little beast was recalled!
SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD-Mri. Carrie B. Chaplin of FASOTRAGRULANT,Det Jax So, the Lord, in His wisdom, fitted the animal with a
receives a Special Achievement Award for sustained superior performance of lob'assignments from leathery shell-for-and-aft, top-to-bottom-of sufficientsize
Cdr. J.W. Hawthorne, Officer-ln-Charge' of the detachment.
and draft to permit all of its substantial parts to be
drawn inside, and hatches closed.He named him Turtle.
Vets advised to apply early for pay Turtle has crawled through the eons of geologic time
with neither the need nor inclination to change himselfin
Jax-The Veterans VA officials say that a side) to the VA. the slightest. Preferential treatment by the Lord
Administration advises veteran who plans to enter Officials explained that, provided him with safety, shelter, mobility, and five
veterans planning to head school should first make if the receives this score or more of years of life.
for the classroom this fall certain he has a certificateof information agency at least 30 If the Lord had considered you incapable of protecting
for the first time under the eligibility. If he hasn't, days before registration, yourself, He would also have enclosed you in a shell. So
G.I. Bill to act promptly, if one should be obtained veterans who train half it must have been in his plan that you try to live out your
they want advance from the ,nearest VA of time or more may pick up five score years by using ''your noodle-and all the
payment of educational fice. their first check when they protective gear you deem necessary.Now .
checks. register.The unless you have been preferentially blessed,
Advance payments were The certificate must be let's put our hardhats on and get back to work!
initiated in 1973 to to the,school,of check will -
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assist veterans who, after the veterans choice. The cover training allowancesfor j r CLIP THIS AD FOR YOUR CHOICE OFi.' : I
starting to school, find school, if it accepts the the first two months, or I '\ FREE ADMISSION I
themselves in financial veteran, will forward it one month and a portion of OR
difficulty while awaiting and the enrollment cer- a month, depending upon < "
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editor recently changed WelcomedOur the deadline for sub-
of articles for the paper and started to press for
the recipes in sooner. .
Our time is programmed so that we don't have any
In' meeting the, deadline, but we do' want to
our old readers and to alert our new readers that
of recipes'for this column are welcomed.
s always' give credit to the contributor for any
: used. .
This week we feature 'a casserole dish called...

,Jumbo Cornburger'I.. ,. .
beef ," .
lbs. ground : ,
eggs, slightly beaten '' ..) I,::.ift:; '.' :'
8-oz. can tomato sauce _
tsp. salt ,.' ".: ... "I"'
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MMl STEPHEN L. HUFFER, Command' cup mediumcourse; :-. .,;.' f,.' ;\':..' ';;, )
"Sailor of the Month" award for the month of cracker,crumbs '"'. .. .', .. .
Officer, HAS Jacksvonvillt, during !I. '. 'r.." .i' JI!
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certificate for two at the Candlelight Restaurant egg, slightly OJ : .\ '
Lodge for a weekend of his choice,and will bee' tsp. salt ,,,,.: ..'rI'(
near future.Let's. cup diced green pepper -. ":;.1' ;, I''" ;;))1
cup chopped onion i ;('. "::'; 1I.! 1 .' "00:1.:t, '-:
Clean tbsp. chopped, canned pimento' i Io(; .
tsp. sage -t'.i.' ', ".
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and cut in wedges
sharpe process cheese, shredded .
Combine beef with next five ingredients and spread
of mixture in casserole dish. Combine remaining
<<< oii'i except tomato and"cheese;,spoon? over meat.
with remaining meat mixture. Bake 'at 375
for one hour. During last five minutes, arrange

Marine National wedges on top and"SPEAKEASY"sprinkle with cheese. Serves





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PAGE 10 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER

Uniform Day proclaimedWashington

a

Friday, officially open the Navy

Oct. 10, 1975, has been birthday weekend.JaxActivities.
officially designated in the
"Navy Uniform Day" in Jacksonville Navy
: t, .:. honor of the Navy's 200th Complex, commemorating

birthday.On the Navy's 200th birthday,
all active are being planned for
that day, the
j jf duty, reserve, NROTC, entire month of October
y* NJROTC, Sea Cadets and and will be announced as
m_ t retired Navy people will be they are confirmed.

encouraged to wear their

,,< uniform, preferably, TIG waivernow
service dress blue.

Uniform Day is designedto
dropped
I' the
demonstrate
.' ..- / number and occupational
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t, 0' variety of Americans who
> >' are a part of the Navy instituted in
.,., 1963 for officers seeking
"family.
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.J' This year, the Navy voluntary non-disability
'4 retirement went back
celebrated each into
EAGLES OWN-Ens. David.S. Magllt, formerly PTa Magill of VP-U, receives his commissionfrom birthday October, 13 falls ona effect on July 1, 1975.
Capt. R.E. Loux, Commanding Officer, NASC, upon completion of a vigorous course of In- year on ,
These
struction at NAS Pensacola, Fla. Magill's wife, Patricia, and his parents, proudly watch the com- legal holiday and the requirements had
missioning ceremony. While serving with VP-U, Magill became interested In the Naval Aviation preceding Friday, October been selectively waived
Officer Candidate Program and,after diligent studying,finally received his commission this month. 10, has been selected to since February 1973,
He's now attending Naval Flight Officer' School and plans to make the Navy a career. authorizing certain officers

HS-1 wives to, retire after only
Sea Points' implementation delayed slate meeting six months in their pay

grade,_ .computed from
Washingtori-"Sea Points"- system which haverequired and E-9 and the January Jax--Amber Lande, their date of rank
will not be used as .extensive 1976 E-7 exams will be president of' the HS-1 The waiver was grantedto

a factor in computing final computer program used to gather data to Enlisted Wives Club, help the military ser
multiples for the 'August changes, preventingproper complete the analysis announces the next vices achieve directed
1975 E-4, E-5, and E-6 testing of the "Sea prior to implementation of meeting of the strength reductions.

advancement cycle as Points" program. the "Sea Points" programfor organization will be held However, the upward

previously planned. This program is being these pay grades. next Tuesday, July 22, trend in voluntary
BUPERS has announced designed to give enlisted Officials 'say that the beginning at 7:30: p.m. i in retirement requests over
that the delay in im- people recognition for earliest possible use of the ward room of the lIS-I the past two years made it

plementation arises from professional experience "Sea Points" would be in hanger.All unnecessary 'to continuethe

recent revisions to the gained at sea. the February 1976 E-4, E-5, wives of HS-1 waiver authority in
enlisted advancement The November 1975 E-8 and E-6 advancementcycle. enlisted personnel are Fiscal Year '1976.

., urged to attend. ''Personnel records officials -

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Open for your convenience 8 a.m..Sp.rn.Closed '
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Sandra Smith, the new individuals who were unjustly pulls some boners in his personal as you can get in making bringing a subject into public,
station librarian has invited attacked in the press or politics.We assessments, His suspicions of predictions. And predictionswere view Whatever they were, they
local readers to review books can see now in retrospect that newly elected young Senator Pearson's biggest game in were never dull reading. (A.B.C.)
which relate to their backgroundor Pearson was a much more John F. Kennedy as going to be journalism. Sometimes they The American

job. The anther's, intials will responsible writer than most of an ,arch conservative politically were made with the aim of af RedThe Cross.
appear at the end of, the review.All us thought. because his father was right. fecting a certain goal, + GoodNeighbor

books reviewed are on hand in Of course, Pearson himself leaning, is about as far off target stimulating action, or just .
the JAX NAS Library, open from

9-5:30, Monday through Friday.
DREW PEARSON DIARIES

1949-1959! edited by Tyler Abell; ;
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1974.

Pearson, precursor of today's
Jack Anderson, was one of the I

most controversial writers of the .

era covered in these' diaries. '
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Some think he told too much for 8TATEMENTLi:

the nation's own good in his daily _
columns, but careful study of '
this book reveals mountains of
material withheld from
publication by Pearson. This was OF CONDITION

done to protect the country in k '

many cases,.or.to spare certain -
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( ) R.L.LENTZ :l! ,. Cash and due from banks .':-'::.,;:,) .'J'I' ; t 1,1$3,389.06.17. .
CLYDE W..SIMPSON ft CO. Vice President and Cashier 1 -" '.: '

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., Vice President US Treasury securities 6,859,376.95
( Securities of other U.S. Government .,
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Can you ALLEN R. NOLAN agencies and corporations 1,785,560.75
Vice President Obligations of States and political subdivisions 6,103,767.61JOHNW.COLEMAN
still get
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the best Asst.Vice President Trading account securities .0-
Loans and discounts. 22,062,086.66DAVID
value on W. DICKINSON Federal funds sold and securities purchased' .

car insurance Assistant Vice President under agreement to resell 1,000,000.00.
DAYO D. PRINDLE Bank premises,furniture and!Ixtures-n t'' 7,820.49
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Alice Howie accedesto

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LAFRA presidencyJaxAlice

Howie was June Breeze, Arnie
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officially installed as the Grant, Kathleen Munsch, Vr
new president of the Jo Koschak, Eva Gaucher
Ladies Auxiliary Fleet and Arneta Woods becamethe

Reserve Association, Unit organization's board of -
91, during' swearing in directors for the coming

ceremonies last Saturday, year. -
July 12.Also All outgoing officers
elected to round out were recognized duringthe
the LAFRA executive meeting and com-
slate for the next year mended for their services.

were Pat Garwood, vice Each received their f
president; Ruth Caraway, distinctive LAFRA pip of I
secretary; and Mercedes office during the program. '
Pugh, treasurer.

I New hobby shop to open iJ'1L

Jax-Special Services the new facility will be a
announces the grand hobby retail store,
opening of the new Hobby ceramic shop and a

Shop, Monday, July .21 at woodworking shop. I
10 a.m. Later this summer fine'
The shop will be locatedon arts classes and ceramics

Enterprise Street ad- instruction are planned.All .
jacent to the Indoor Pool. personnel are invitedto PELICAN RETIREMENT-AWC Josh Pierce,recently retired after 20 years service In U.S. Navy
Featured attractions in attend the opening. patrol squadrons, is flanked by his wife and bosses during retirement ceremonies at the VP-4S
hanger. Lt.g(| ) Gene Black, left, Chief Pierce's wife, Mary, and his Executive Officer,' Cdr.
OUT OF SIGHT" and "PLA YPEN" S.F.Loftus,Joined the rest of the Pelicans In piping the Chief over'presenting him with the Americanflag
and a distinctive Pelican plaque.
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SINfiHating NON-STOP SHOWS recent news Credit Union members.In coast to ,the member.
j release from the addition, the board There' are no hidden
"' 1080 Cassat Ave Phone 786-8383 Washington, D.C. officesof announced a special saleon charges of any kind.

the Navy Federal Credit new car loans beginning "Both the six per cent
Union reveals that the July 1. For a three-month dividend and the reduced
JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION NFCU board of directorshas period, NFCU memberswill rate on new car loans are
declared a dividend of be offered loans for in line with NFCU's policyof
I I six per cent per annum on the purchase of new providing memberswith
member shares for the automobilesat an annual the best financial

Every Day Is Bargain Day period January 1 through percentage rate of nine. services possible' said
June 30, 1975. As with all other NFCU Rear Admiral Thomas J.
LOT: CORNER OF CASSAT AND SHIRLEY AVENUES
Open Monday thru Friday,4:00 til 4:30 p.m. The six per cent rate will loans, loans made during Hughes, President of
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Sea Explorers applaud help ,

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rendered by local -peopleJaxThe ... /"

Boy Scouts of when they arrived and for tallion, U.S. Marine Corps,
America Sea Explorerswho keeping the Marina area in contributed their efforts to !
convened at NAS top shape all through the the judging of the drill
Jacksonville last weekend, program.. segment of the Ren- t 1
July 11-13, for their annual Assisting Marshall and dezvous. Led by Sergeant
King Neptune Ren- Holland in the setting up of Major Adelman, GySgt.
dezvous, departed the the test area and serving Shull, Sgt. Doyle, Sgt.
station on Sunday with as judges during the Mauck, Cpl. Piltz, Cpl.
nothing but praise for the exercises were Dennis Gordon, and Cpl. James
outstanding help. renderedby Simmons Tommy Holland. not only judged and tl
.NAS personnel to make Stan Shoun, Jimmy critiques the marching ,
the program a success. Thompson, Darrel capabilities of!! the Sea r1
Almost 150 Sea Ex- Mayfield, and George Explorers but also It Itt
plorers and sponsors plus Briese, manager of the volunteered helpful hints, t
advisors competed and Marina. after the events, to im-
participated in the event Chief Dennis Collins and prove the youngsters' ('I'
held at the NAS Marina his people of NARMCB14were proficiency for future :t" I,
and the station swimmingpool also applauded 'for competitions.
adjacent to the Navy providing the Sea 'Explorers Among the many other

Exchange. with a brracks in people at NAS who con- Nick Young, assistant Results of the King
They were unanimous in which to stay during their tributed their time and public affairs officer at Neptune Rendezvous are
their acclaim of the work visit. efforts to making the King NAS Jacksonville, who on pages 14 and '15 of this
put into the establishmentof Personnel of the Naval Neptune Rendezvous a coordinated the entire issue of the JAX AIR
their testing area by Construction Battallion 410 success were those at the program. NEWS.f9.0f. ,
Dennis Marshall, com- also came into their shareof Enlisted Dining Hall who Attended by both male
modore of the Marina, and praise for the work they provided meals for the and female Sea Explorers YOUR( f-XCHANGE
his people. did in helping the Marina Explorers during their from the Southeastern .. I
Steve Holland was at- crew to establish the stay, officials at the Region of the Boy Scouts of ,
tributed a significant pat- various testing equipmentused Dependents' Recreation America, the Rendezvous '.
on-the-back for his effortsin by the Explorers. Center who contributed permitted the youth an :
personally seeing to it Seven members of their facilities for the opportunity to exhibit their : .
that the events area was Company B, 4th Am- visitors' free night, prowess in the various _.61 MAKING: ONLY- -("S
ready for the Explorers phibian Tractor Bat- Saturday, July 12, and Mr. skills of the mariners art. JU1'4o1tO' ARCWi) M5a
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CANOE RACE-A two-member, Sea Explorer team lifts its canoe Into the water in preparation for through a mate of tires and depositing It (If possible) In an empty
their race against time In the canoe race category of the'King Neptune Rendezvous. barrel at the end of the course.

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.Explorer Ship 666, the hoisted the scuttlebutt in record .
Neptune's Mariners, of Hunt- time, and the parbuckling
sville, Ala. outscored all com- competition.
petition ,in the six other ships And Ship 465, in additicn to
vying for honors In the Fourth winning the quarters inspection
Annual' King Neptune Rendezvous trophy, took home awards for ,
held here July 1113. swimming and line heaving.
The action began early All ships were given rating $'
Saturday morning, July 12 with classifications, with the highest
the crews competing in the being Clipper down to Catboat,by title ). 4 S,
various skills of the mariner'sart. Mr Walt Whitacre, regatta !
chairman,at the end of the award I,!
The action was lively and ceremonies. a a ap
highly competitive with the Sea Neptune's Mariners (Ship 666))
Explorers exhibiting their skillsin received the Clipper rating,Ships f
everything from close order 465, 999 and 1 were placed in the
drill to hoisting the scuttlebutt.Most Schooner category, Ship 27 from f
activities were completed in Anna Maria,Fla. was rated in the
record time and all were at least Sloop class, and Ships 104, from (
attempted by, most of the ships. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and 300, :
Both the acceptance of defeat from Georgetown, S.C., were
and thrill of complete success awarded Catboat classification.The r
were experienced graciouslyand Neptune's Mariners are :
by Sunday morning,July 13, now busily preparing for their :1
when awards were presented, all next rendezvous in Chicago, 111., "
Explorers involved in the regatta Aug. 15-17, where they will be
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had grasped many'worthwhile returning as defending cham- .
memories. pions from the 1974 competitionheld '
Ship 666 from Huntsville took there. 'i;
home first place awards in eight All the Sea Explorers joined in .jr
categories to take the Top Ship extension of hearty thanks to not
plaque. Neptune's Mariners won only the many hands at NAS Jax {
top honors in mariners problems, who helped make the King .
outboard handling, marlinspike Neptune Rendezvous here a ; ar
seamanship,the bos'n chair, rope success but also the Sea Ex- ,f
climb,the barrel fill,knot tying, plorer officials who attended, J, ;. "
and uniform inspection. Dick Armstrong, events chair \."\" ...'., <
man from Enterprise, Ala.; Don
They tied with Ship 465 from. Erb, scoring chairman from KNOT TYINGAll Sea Explorers must master the art of tying knots and all were provided an
Miami, Fla. .in the quarters in- Huntsville; Alberta Lynn opportunity to demonstrate their expertise In this event of the King Neptune Rendezvous.
spection category. Jackson, of the host council and ,I
Ship 999, from Enterprise, Ala. President of the Explorer
took first-place honors in sailing, President's Assn. president; JoAnn !!
the,ring-buoy toss, and leader- Dannemann, Area 6 Ex-
ship and combat categories. plorer Chairman; and Jack M.
Ship 1, from Tallahasse, Fla. Wilkes, Regional Explorer *
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.... ''-' MEASURING BLOOD PRESSURE. HM3 Keith Magner, from the
Naval Regional Medical Center, assists the recent medical screening
EXAM I NATION HM3 Nick Romano VP-45,assisting in the recent,massive free medical program at NARF by taking a blood pressure reading for Jesse
screening program for civilian employees conducted here, assures Charlene. Shettel, of NARF, that Darquenne,one of the 3,000 civilian employees who took advantage of
no evidence of glaucoma Is present in her eyes. Photo by Tom Hansen. the volunteer check-up.



I Civilians volunteer for medical screening I

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By Doris M.Card voluntarily submitted to painless consequences," Mrs. Parker In some cases the family Mark Attebery and Joe Bayliss
An "ounce of prevention" was tests for glaucoma, diabetes and said. physician was contacted and in from AOD.
practiced by some 3,000 civilian hypertension. "We have so much invested in one instance, the employee was HM3 Dave Renz remained at
employees of the NAS complexwho Response Good our employees in knowledge and hospitalized immediately for the industrial dispensary to help
recently took advantage of a According to the station's expertise that we want to keep treatment of hypertension. process the normal! patient loadof
free medical screening programto occupational health nurse, Mrs. them longer and prevent them Nurse Parker said that,as soon 1,500 for the month seen by the
uncover early symptoms of Helen Parker, the response from having to go out on as an examination showed an occupational health physician,
three of the nation's most during the second consecutiveyear disability," she explained. abnormal or questionable the industrial nurse and the in-
disabling diseases. of multiple screening was Explaining that early symp- reading, the person was sent to dustrial hygienist.,
Temporary examination rooms better than expected. toms are not usually visible,Mrs. the industrial dispensary for In addition to the immediate
were set up in the "Times "Most people won't take the Parker said that many people .consultation.Team benefits of the screening
Square" area of the Naval Air time for checkups, and, in any of, were made aware of conditionsthat Effort program,Mrs.Parker assesses a
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Rework Facility through hundreds t"*<'Kaccommodate the three diseases, early treat needed further observation, The massive screening clean'bill of health as a definite
the ment can prevent disabling care or treatment. program was made possible psychological. incentive.
through a cooperative team ef- "People. :who ,depend on
fort with Corpsmen from several medicine and pills to function
NAS units assisting. usually 'think ill,' while proper
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
SUNDAY The examination center was diet and exercise often can
manned by Petty Officers Nick eliminate medication and give
Romano of VP-45, Keith Magner, them a whole new outlook on
NRMC, Jim Easters, VP-24.. life."

I FLEA

FOR TRAVELIN' FARE

I MARKET : AND SOME TO SPARE


NORMANDY BLVD. WEST OF NORMANDY MALL


OVER 150 SHOPS !



and FARMERS, MARKET .w


FREE ADMISSION FREE PARKING AIR CONDITIONED! 't !I

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The thing to do( The place to be! It's fun! .It's exciting!

Like nothing YOU've'seen before! Antiques and Furniture!, Don't talk to a corporationtalk
Farmer's Market & Foodstuffs! Handicraft & Jewelry! '
Clothes for aI! Things for the home! Things for sports! V : to a person...

Plants! Coins! Tapes! Books! Dolls! Art! Toys! Pets! FRIENDLY BOB ADAMSCALL
,, New! Old! 10001 other things! A bargain hunter's paradise! .-
3846461to

.. Free Prizes given away V borrow up to $2,500.00for

Come out and realster! Nothing to buy! You do not have to be present to win! your next furlough


OPEN EVERY FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY
... GENERAL FINANCE
FRIDAYS I SATURDAYS: 10:00 AM TO 9:30: PM.SU NDAYS:10:00: : AM TO 6:00 PM

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$ i' pa 4jCAIN. I II
: 387.3566 Movie ScheduleThursday I


Ads should be milled to arrive not later than I
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday, Ads
arriving too late for this
be
<' otherwise..A check .rn.4 published the following week unless the publisher Is In-
order for he cost Of the Id must be.. received WITH the copy.
RATEr minimum charge lines) .. time 13 min. "STORM I
.52.50 Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...60c ,July IT Running :
Mill to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4565 SHIRLEY I AVE.,JACKSONVilLE FLA.,32210MISCELLANEOUS "NEWMAN'S LAW," a drama OVER KING CITY," chapter of. !

starring George Peppard and the short story, "FRONTIER (
BOSSEN I Roger Robison. PG.. 99 min. DOCTOR," 26 min. Plus the main I I I

: \ Realtor M.L.S.REALTY 314.2336, INC. Friday.July 18 feature, "PLUNDERERS OF 'i

ATTENTIONLarn "THE NEW LAND," drama PAINTED FLATS,' which runs

CEN'TRALAIR CONDITIONING Inventory of starring Max Von Sydow and Liv 77 min. ,
IndHEATING listings. We are members of evening feature begin'
nationwide Ullmann. Rated PG. 161 min. Saturday
UNIT GALLEY OF
sales staff trained Saturday,July 19 at 7:30: p.m. "WHERE THE
}4-ton saves electricity with phase to assist
[operation. Low hours, excellent personnel. Free Kiddie Matinee beginningat LILLIES BLOOM," a drama'starring

condition. Phone 317-3564, weekdays 9. $24,300 FH A.VA 2 p.m. Episode 9, "TRAIL TO Julie Gholson and Jan

[ 5. Convenelnt Normandy Village.location for bases DESTRUCTION," of the serial, Smithers. Rate G. Running time:.
Large
20'TRAIL BLAZER 97 min.
Wide "THE INVISIBLE MONSTER.
TRAVEL TRAILER open spaces for play, !
pool. Wall to wall In 3Br's
carpet
I New air conditioning and awning, Den, 9
Dining and
room hall. '

I $2,000. 6330 103rd St.MISCELLANEOUS. ITEMS range and HURRYIHURRYIHard oven. ';:MOBILE HOME (c nt.t.Y [ 1' TRANSPORTATJONCConUf' ( { 1

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King Size bed$90.,Queen size bed $85., to find at this price $ iif----'--"--mi j.iimrtiiaUm.minimi
Box Spring, Mattress & Frame. 399- Lakeshore In a quiet E2'S& UP, NO CASH NEEDED
5990. with large tree shaded yard. 12'XU' CHAMPIONOwn Financing arranged, for low mo. ,
dining room, living room and your own Mobile Home & shaded pymts. Good dependable used cars, a '
BUILDING MATERIALSUsed Buy today nothing down VA, lot. 2BR., 1'12' BA., CH&A turn on good selection, 388.6422. .: \
Lumber, NAS, All sizes. Clean, closing costs. Call for address. 100X140Ft. lot. Awning, Garage, .
well seasoned. Bldg. 413. NAS. 10 ACRES | carport, well & other extras. Conv. to LLOYDS CORVETTE PLACE d
Near Whitehouse for Mobile NAS & Cecil. $16,500. takes allH771. We buy & Sell Corvettes ,
ARTICLES FOR SALE Deep well and 6232. 634 Cassat Ave.388.3311.
fenced
Salvage, Lockers, desks, chair desks, on private I
Priced to sell. $18,000.
plumbing, Flourescent lights, etc. 1972 NOVA

Exhaust Fan. HAS Jax. Bldg. 425. Clean, cool, and OAK comfortable HILL :1>'.(TitANS PORTA TION:r,l 384.2226.With AC, AT, Clean $1995. 388.6967 or.,. ..

pleasures of owning this 3BR., 11
NAT'L.SGLS.CLUB OP AMERICA rancher on a corner lot. $28,000. NO CASH NEEDED 1972 GMC SUBURBAN I
Write or call for Info. 21 Century Dr. FHA terms. 1972 Dodge P.U., LWB, sharp, $1495.or Good Condition .
Jax., 32216. 721.0433.LONGHAIR SMALL EQUITY low mo. pymts. 388-6422. Call 1824.2241 "
Outstanding buy In a older _
DACHSHUND Lakeshore. 1700 sq. ft. 3BR., 1969 CHEVY 1 TON VAN NO CASH NEEDED .
Champion Bloodlines, AKC Reg., 8 Rm., LR, Dining room, PS, PB, all aluminum Insulated, 14 ft 1972 Pinto, AC, AT 37X100 ml., $1495.:
wks. shots i wormed, 3M, 2F. Call chen,WW cpt. throughout. body, AC, new tires $2400..Will mak4 or low mo. pymts. 3886422.
Mrs. Hutt 261. 97. refrigerator, 2 window air excellent camper. Call today 2649284..
Separate work shop In back. $ NO CASH NEEDED
GARAGE SALE BOSSEN REALTY, INC. NO CASH NEEDED 1972 Vega, Air, $1095. or low mo.
Alum. Boat, motors & parts, Elec. & Realtor M.L.S.384-2336 1970 Charger, 3-spd., $995. or low mo. pym ts. 388.6422.
Plumbing supplies, desk, misc. 6849 pymts. 388.6422.
LaPaz Ct. Frt thru Sun. I
NO DOWN, NO CLOSING
AKC BEAGLE PUPS Lakeshore 3BR. Stucco, Modern
7 Wks.old.$35.each sep. Dr.,fireplace,garage,fruit I : ". I ,
Call 1.824.2241 Hwd. floors, excel. I I1w
CEDAR HILLS Big Chief Say:
HORSES BOARDED-ORANGEDALE 7225 Eudlne Dr. N., 3BR.,
Off State Rd. 13, past Mandarin $45. $21X100. ,
per mo. Feed Incl. 18242241. MURRAY HILL .a+ We do not sell
Walk to Normandy Mall 3BR., ,
a
LIVE CRABSWilford'S Fish rm.,fncd,like new,garage,WW' I seconds orblemished
Camp
Cent heat ,
264.9701BABYSITTING VANSANDT REALTOR, tires. 4 i


Any age, fenced yard,MON.-FRI., noon meal and IMMACULATE HOME

snack, home type environment. Call This 3BR., 2BA. Home has
Mrs. Easley 783.1028. BIRO, fncd. yd., detached shed.rok"I ::14
located In a fine settled
LHASA APSO PUPPIES (
Only $25,700. VA-FHA. f'1
.AKC,3 Females,7 wks.old MONARCH
264-8800. GOOD EARTH .
This lovely 3BR., 2BA. Home w- ii4
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MUST SACRIFICE fam. rm., AC, fncd., ,WW Heavy Duty t
Singer Sewing Machine 1974 Zig Zag detached shed Is situated
model, embroiders, designs, beautiful wooded lot. Only $ 4-Ply r i i r
monograms, darns etc. Must FHA-VA. .
sacrifice, Balance $71.20. or need RIVERSIDE-MURRAY
someone to assume $11. per month This 3BR., CB Home has like Polyester : i r I
payments. Phone 731-0255. paneling & carpeting within J I" 1j7
distance to public park & pool Is Blackwall ,rt4 H
TOY POODLE PUPPIES 15500. VA.FHA.
Silver, AKC, 1 Male, 1 Female 8 wks. RIVERSIDE
old, $100.00 387-1560 after 4 PM. This 2BR., Home has fam.
fireplace,WW cpt., 2.car garage 25,000 Mi.
GARAGE SALE Boone Park $21,000. -
near "' '
Moving > Bar Sools, Lamps, Baby NEAR CECIL GUARANTEE e
turn., Misc. household. Frl .. Sat 5164 This 3BR., IVtBA. Home w.sep. r
Oakslde Dr., Ortega Hills 3843866. BIRO, AC, fncd. yd., only $ ,
Seller will pay $300. worth of ,
GEORGE'S Dots ft Cats KENNELS Boarded closing cost.ALL FHA-VA.BRICK : F78x14 or 15 1795

Somct 1925. Grooming, training & ,
This 3BR.,2BA. Home has new

shipping.Bankamerlcard. Visitors* Mastercharge welcome. small BIRO, bk.WW yd.cpt.,,&detached has been shed, 4 G78x14 'or 15 1895 1i4

honored. Off 1.10 .Near Cassat Ave. & I
praised at 130,500.00.
Edgewood Ave. JACK V.FOREHAND,CORP.lealtorM.L.S. >
SOlS Edgewoed Court,781-1625.-- / H78x14 or 15 1995F.LT.

'' LOCATED ON 103rd
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Wi,:,,, v' .-._. __u.J Between Cecil Field i HAS 1
$2.41 to $2.12
"SHIPMATES"Courteous _
personal Real Estate CENTRAL AIR 14 Pissing Tin Gumntttturnlert '

Service. Call Joe Roplak, Realtor. Just listed 3BR., 1V4BA., WW ip.1.t ..m teirto to 1st kit el M'infwl tnat K W la*.M...itMarat
Associate, with standing Agency Inc. sep. Din rm., eat-In kit., se tpMS..repr A e re/leet r..M"wt'hr dr 1rtM...M t Rt.rttt stet It
Realtor"MLS" refrlg., VA or FHA.SPACIOUS pta atatu.Cj .

US.T714034 Alt.Hrs.781-7715 FAMILY, 3BR.,ROOM WW 14 *ie.iii .sex rtlwiiettrtirtL raffle II us.p bez/seas IllIII ties N. '
FOSHBE REALTY complete With real kitchen.fireplace Owner I taee aiN IIMt .iI.CUJIII,M afase teM t/rtittt stet tl lilt terrMrIL1..

Immediate cash for your equity, none sell. Can show this now. .tea.c..clll1IkIa.ICIIM
too large or too small. SERVICE REALTY,INC.
388-1581 Broker 7478103rt StreetRealtorM.L.S. '

BETWEEN BASES I't

For $21,500 3BR., Fam. Rm., LR, / t
kit., large fenced yard. Low Equity, REAL BARGAIN
Low pymts, Phone after 6PM 384- Beautiful 2BR. Home, new :
4872. fncd. lot kit. equlpt. SIMM.
COUNTRY ESTATEFor
WATERFRONT only $59,000. This 3BR.,
Prox. Black Creek fncd. land h
2 acres Home on 2V*acres of
Mlddleburo 110,000St. the xtras you can expect &
.Johns Harbor Canal tots Don't miss this one.SMALL oj
Mobile Home re-sales terms EQUITY
2 to 10 acre tracts terms Will Buy this lovely 3BR., Home
Welaka River&Canal I lots .11 the xtras. Call for more
for Mobile or Conv homes FOSH.I REALTY
ERIC WADSWORTH, REALTOR 388-1581 .
Palatka.328-3127



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rI ---------------------------. ------, 1973 Honda CL175 "Blue" $400. ,. assume 7 percent.........VA... 786-2022
Contact AT2 Tower work 772.3007
FOR SALE: RCA Color TV, 21"
Home 772-7339 ;,
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In good operating con
screen

1 THE FLEET MARKETA ] PCS For Sale '1971"NewfYorker C.F.dition., $100.Call ET1 Oldfleld, Ext 209

Mobile home, 12x60, Air, Located
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.........vx...ewwyaoerak oacoaarouroanu.'>10>,,'" '*.. -abA a n _; >iw,:, s"uak"',\i"1''' ,',' ) :::,,wte acawu3" 1 3 ml.from NAS Jax equity& take --
For Sale Camping equipment tent
FREE Personal Want Ad Service for Military and Civilian Employees NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field ; over payments. 2647663l5'6"
'I ..--... 9x12 propane stove lantern and
-:1 FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM 1 Hoble Surf Board. $50. ,heater 772.1376

Good Cond. 19ft. surf board $20.. -..--
Ads will be published no more than tnree(3)( ) Times.
II Concord Travel trailer
...' NOTE or best offer. 771-5629 23FT
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1 '- Limit Ad to 20 words or less. ..--.' completely self contained sleepssix
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I I Driver Wanted to take 75 honda to excellent condition diet Jack

I .Jif.,, Norfolk for shipment OA 1 Aug. mirrors and hitch Incld. $1800 781-

I .. Gas & Motel paid. Call Lopes 264- 9037

I .1)).., i 9009 after 6. --
I ':.. ........... For Sale 1970 Triple, 500cc

1972 MGB, good condition, $2200.: Kawasaki Must sell have orders
11 \: : 1,..:-TYPE OR CLEARLY ':'RINT AD ABOVE and'REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW. Call X8398 Cecil or 7724787 after 6 2 helmets thrown In solid sissy -

I' ,' ,'. ; BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. I p.m. LCDR Powers bar'. velocity stacks best offer

., .... ..-..- over $450. after 6 264-0827
I 'I Two toy poodles I IFreelMus-t! be
I Name Office or activity to which assigned good family. Prefer children, Fisher 450 Receiver, teac 1800

1 II beautiful, loving and Loyal pets. tape deck gerard SL95 turntable,
Phone 781.5093 after 6 p.m. bose gol speakers with equalizer.
I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I ....-....., $1200 or best offer. 778-1723

I Bradford 4000 BTU AC use only 6
or rnk.rateoffice or
Advertising will be accepted only from active and his signature grade '
.) .. military or civilian employee personnel assigned to activity to which Nets' assigned and office telephone.' I mos. $75. Stand to stack portable For Sale: 13 foot aluminum .
NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. This Information is for authentication only and your I washer & dryer $25. Call 269-0494 "Orlando Clipper" tunabout with
ad should be worded Independently of this Information 18 HP Motor $375 PH: 264-9768 ,
2.Free advertising in the "FLEET MARKET" Forms must be clearly typed or printed. I
Three Rail trailer after 6
I will be limited to: Offer to buy,sell or rent housing NO machine reproductions will be accepted. I motorcycle ; p.m.
for personal use as a residence, these ads will be Helmet; 9x12OrIentai rug; Maple
I accepted only If the words "PCS" (for military), or Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In I Pedastal dining table; Portable For Sale: Suzuki 901974 only 1600
I "Officially Reassigned" (for'civilians leaving the the following edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads I AM-FM Transistor'radio: :, 783- miles like new great little bike.
Jacksonville area) are Included In the wording of the arriving after that date or ads held out because of
I ad Offers to buy or sell personal property; offers of space limitations, will be placed In the following I 1695 .. $350 call 641-4699 or 773-2883 .
1 or requests for rides to: and from work; an week's edl'ion. Ads will be run only one time, unless I .,;......-- "
I nouncements of educational courses offered by non submitted as prescribed above. For Sale: RCA Color Console. (PCS) Large 4 bd room home
profit organizations or government agencies. Ads ; $150.'Call 781-5872, after 5 p.m: with pool In Orange Park Area
for pets will be carried only when accompanied by 6.No phone calls will be accepted regarding
available for rent 1 Sept. min. 1
the word "Free". "FLEET MARKET": advertising. The JAX AIR
1 NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide I Hospital Bed Manual Operated yr. lease required 264-0717' '
I 3.All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I good condition $25.00.: Call 771- -.--
I "FLEET MARKET" ad form which will be printed I 2163 after 4 p.m. For: Sale: Sears Kenmore sewing
In each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7.All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No "
.... ...
I machine; Zlg-Zag good con.
will be rejected more than two(2)( ) ads per week per personwill be I
I accepted 73 Honda 750cc. Exc :Condition dition; portable case Included. $75
4 Complete ad forms must be mailed to """FLEETMARKET" I 8,000'miles' with, Windjammer( or best offer. 264-0837
I Editor, co JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1,. LAds appearing to be in the promotion Of. I Ferrlng floor'' boards. Adult --........
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I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212. business, or which do not meet the above
These forms must provide all Information requirements, will be rejected. The publisher I Owned. Call 3888408 For Sale used klrby upright
I requested, le: Full name of person submitting ad reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I vacuum cleaner $125. used

iresssrrrrrrss.rrrrsarrrrrrrrrrrrrrifafasrra12FT For Sale Mobile Home 2 Westonhouse upright vacuum

bedroom, front dining room ,cleaner $50. Call 764-1303

carpet, side-side ref-freezer N.NMM-
Aluminum boat, 7 H.P. PCS 1972 style-mar (special heat. Excellent condition make assume balance PCS orders. Call For Sale 1972 Pinto very good
Sears Motor (with spare parts) design), 12'x65', 2br, Front Den offer (pd $4,000)) better after 5 771-5096 condition, automatic, AM Radio,

trailer,all In good condition. $250. WWC, CH&A, Washer & Dryer, 778-4027 8 Track stereo Tape, new tires,

264-8533 Bassett Furn, Skirted, 100 SQ. For Sale: Winchester Double low mileage $1,450,00. Call 764-
FT. Util. Bldg. 10 mlns. from Will pay /2 closing costs. No Barrel Model No.24, 30" Barrelsfull 1303
Needed reliable baby sitter for 2 NAS.SM. Equity&Assume VA of equity 12x65 luxury mobile home and modified. Will also trade

children on. Base or Bellalr Areaof $121 mo. newly Installed solar-x 2br, 2 ba, CH&A W-W carpet for 308 or 30-06 automatic rifle. CAR BOARD BOXES WANTED.

Orange Park. 269-0440 after control system. Call 264-7127 furnished after 5 p.m. 778-4027 PH. 771-9041() We are moving and need boxes.

5:30: .......-... Appreciate any amount. Call ext.
Antique ((1950)) Light Blue '71 Bonneville. New tires, seat For Sale 1972 Montego Brov. MX 8452 Cecil Field or 771-8314 AE1
Garcia Depth Finder portable or Cadillac,Good running condition, covers, battery, alternator. 4 Low
4 dr. Mileage AC, PS, PB AT Tripp. .___
...,10 A permanent mount. Call Adams valid sticker, no dents on It. Can dr. hardtop. Full power and air Vinyl top $1895. Call 781.7758
C.F. Ext 8424 or 786.2567 be made Into a beautiful car. cond. $1600. Firm. 771-1799 ANTIQUE CASH REGISTER .
Phone P.O. 44315 National Cash Register Co.
FOR SALE: Stereo Combination.
Seat for Bass Boat W-adjustable/ 1967 Dodge Polara 4 dr HT., Shows Individual sales also totalson
Gerrard Turntable, AM & FM, 4
base. Call From the Good Mech. tape. $85 firm 771-8314 after 11
height swivel Adamsat Philippines. 3 straw Condition. 2 new Speakers Excellent Cond. $225. ,
C.F. Ext. 8424 or 786-2567 weave glass bottle lamps with tires, new shocks radio, ,AT, Call 3568 or 786.2526 a.m.

matching burlap shades. Heater $400 387.2699 .. ..
Solid Teak Boston Rocker, from Beautiful lamps $30. each 264- For Sale Must sell 1969 Mustang MACH I
1973
Honda
Taiwan. $702 brass candlestickswith 8533 39 Chev. P.U. & 66 Valiant. Will Excellent Condition CB 350 V-8, AT, AC, PS, Radio, $700.
floor and trade. Includes two Getting transferred, call, NAS
matching
lamp Preferably for sports car. helmets & sissy bar. Call 284-7000
candles from Thailand $60. 264- 1974 Toyota Corona 4 door, Transferring to Fit. Res. Home --..- .3714 ask for Jerry Reynolds.

8533 standard, new tires, radio, air, PH. 778.2101.work. 2975MONTCLAIR-*
PCS Culdesac, 3br, 2 ba, w-w (Continued page 19))
carpet, built In kitchen, FAM

RM, cent heat, carport, fenced,
landscaped shade trees equity &



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...in beautiful Orange Park. MOTORS

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:::: Ju i: $38,500 to $47,900 ) ONITO BOATS

:::: 1.295 HAS :;:. LOWEST INTEREST RATES

1ii1 Orange Park ii1 CLOSE TOSCHOOLS AND SHOPPING & I

111 Klngsl.y 1i ONLY 10 MINUTES FROM JAX NASI! 1

i i i ONLY 20 MINUTES FROM NAS CECIL! .. I Ill

:: 1 i c i5 c 5 iii1 mile to Orange Park, take left to sales office PUSSYCAT ESCORTS
:: (Dancing Partners)
i 1 Moody U GEORGE W. LAW : DOOR ADMISSION

i1 cecl\\I, t' i1i1 BUILDER REALTOR FISHING BOATSIVthW HALF-PRICE!

.. .... :::), 0'f" ,,0 Green Cove :::::; MLSC/P5 % tR;, Mon.Thurs., 6.11 pm

::: ': 9-6; Phones 264-6506,269-1323 MARINE
.Open; : :;::::: World Largttt Johnson Dale'
. : Equal' Housing Opportunity J4J1 ILANOINO a PMONI 1M.1)11
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..:.:.:iij1jjtJ. 1jjj jnt 1mttjfmtmm jm m j1mm t j Ij 1i1 j@1@ij J 1@ jjjfjtm fj ::: 2381 Need after cash,5$330 or best offer. 778- girls beginner bike- $10. 1.284.7373 Commissary Blue Dodge parking Van lof bashed Sat"12:6.V:In \ : '",' I

p.m.N.: 1969 VW Bug Engine Excellent 75. Witnesses or basher call Dr. ,,;L I
FLEET MARKETContinued I For Sale: Sears 23,000 BTU Air' needs body work $800 or offer Meaders 772.2251 office, 771-25551*-.( "

Conditioner; 110 gallon oil tank call Porter Ext. 3583 home 264- work ........... ,'."'', "I! J
from 18)) with stand; Perfection wall 3197 For Sale 1968 Buick Skylark \
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furnace with thermostat all for Power Steering, Power Brakes, \
for Sale 2 ET Prowler Mags Lakeside, Orange Park walking $200. Call 264.3679 For Sale: 1973 LEMANS GT. 3 auto-trans., call 2784 or 384.1122 .1 i I
1 Ux7'/2' ((4 months: old) $50.00.. Call distance to two schools. Price ............ speed on floor. All power. New asking Price $725Continued l I
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anytime 771-2244 Negotiable, HI I 40's tel: 264.3815 1970 Gremlin for sale ((6In) good tires. Must see to appreciate. ( on page 20) .' '; I f

............ condition good gas mileage $700. $500 equity, assume low balancePh. .' ,
1972 Chevy Van. Carpeted, 1970 Pontiac Catalina 4 dr. HT Mln. repairs. Call 772-3195 or 3195 282-5174 j '

Shelflng, double bed, 6 Cyl. Std. Auto, AC PS, PB, Excellent ........... .-........ STOCKCBRRACING I
264.1107 after 6 p.m. condition, |lust Inspected, $850. Yamaha Mlnlcycle 1974 GT 80 House for Sale: 3br., 1 bath, : I.
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264-5048 after 4 or 2788 Ron MX. $350 or best 387-2757 CH&A, Avondale, walk to FJC.

1969 Cadillac Sedan Devllle.! ........... ....-..... $5000 and assume VA Loan, 772-
Fully loaded. $1200 or best offer PCS 197312x65 Vlllla, 2 br.l 1 bath For Sale 4 door Pontiac 69, Good 3358 or 387.1516 Lt.O'Connell PCSAfford.bl.

264.1109 after'6 p.m. front dent. 10x10 storage shad 3 engine-tires, new battery spark

ton AC 50 gal propane gastank plugs cable assy, radio, low gas
For Sale: Stroller, HI Chair, table Call .Navy Homes
264.1877 after 4 consumption. Excellent Con.
&chair, car seat rocking chair, & p.m. JUST REDUCED moo
feeding table all for $50. Wonder dition. Grab the chance reach Ortage Hills, 3 br. IV* bath, CH.A
1970 Mazda Station Wagon. 1200 HAF Captain Nick at ext.503 C.F. W-W Carpet drapes & appliances
Chair 786.2826' cc 4 cyl engine. Std trans. Current garage,fenced yd, Owner Anxious
Harley Sportster, XLH, fine 1966 Ford $26,500 FHA-VA
73 Inspection sticker phone 781-2119 Fair Lane Good. Cond.
OAK HILL BEAUTY, 3 br, 1 ba., EVERY SATURDAY NITE
condition, black with 10" ex- best offer. Auto-Trans Power sterrlng 2 door 18x18 paneled Fam. Rm. Dr, Lr &
tended forks ,f .200. 388.6188 good tires$325. Call 389-2955 after large eat In kitchen BIRO$24,500 NEW JACKSONVILLE
before 4:00: p.m 1974 Mallbu Classic. Auto trans, 5 p.m. FHA-VA

''''.-'- Air Power steering, & Brakes SPEEDWAYNORTH
For Sale: G.:',. 30 Inch electric vinyl top, Tinted windshield. Call For Sale: 1974 Honda CB360 low RAY LUGOBIAUOR' ..
range. Cop ,ertone. Excellent 781.2119 miles, like new condition $900. MlS ON I-9S I I'
Associate of PARK ROAD
Condition,,f nly$100. Call 269-0928 Call 786-2829 or 781.7468 JIM EASON REALTY PECAN
PHONE 757.5425
For Sale: Upright Practice Off: 784-6190 Eve: 388.8870

Piano. Good condition. Recently Would like to keep children In my ---.--
For Sale: Washer and Dryer (LP Marrledmust sell $200. Call 772- home. Cecil Field area Hot
Gas) 786-0006 2374 during day, 772-8411 lunches, Call 781.9091 fenced back

yard. i
PCS r Pontiac Catalina S&Wg. For Sale 3 year old frlgldalre

19684 dr.8 eye. AC, PB, PS, Auto, washer and dryer $175. Call 781- 1966 Mustang GT, V-8, Air. THE LUXURY CAR
R&H, New Battery. $695 or best 2780 Conditioned, Power steering,
offer Tel. 771.3211 ext. 503 Automatic, Radial tires, very
Ktenldls White Moroccan Rug, 9'x12' clean, low mileages; needs value THAflHOWS :.

N..NNN Excellent Condition $100 G.E. lob; $650. 269.1570 evenings ,. .

PCS 4 brd, 2 ba., CH-A, paneled Portable, Convertible Dish ,
family room, biro, partially washer Gold with cutting board Wooden Kennel for shipment of YOU HAVE MORE .
carpeted, fenced,' low 30's 264- $125. Call 771-0755 large dog Ideal for overseas or
1824 U.S. Used only once$25. Large

PCS For Sale Sony Cassette < Wood Hand Made Stereo CabinetIn THAN MONEY

For Sale; Twin stroller $25, car recorder $125 U.S. Divers Walnut. 54"x33"x21" Beautifuland
seat $10,' Volvo B-16 B engine Aluminum Scuba tank $125. 6ft 2 like new. Offer 778-0629
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in. Sunshine surfboard $60. Call -
$125. Phone 264-8025
'---.rrr 778-4154 1974 Nova.9500 miles. Take over A luxury car has long been the symbol of having arrived. ,"':. }'

For Sale: Solid maple bunkbedswith --....-. payments. 4 door. Air.Auto Call The Volvo 164 shows you used your brains to get there. ':j ,

bedding $5O..'Call 264.6593 EICO ST-70 Pre Amp-Amp. 70 778-0538 ,for details For one thing, it shows you're too intelligent to buy a luxury car:
Watts Per Channel Stereo. Inputsfor ..1......... and then pay extra to add the luxuries. 1,'I,

RCA Whlrpool Air Conditioner, 3 sets Spkrs. Very versatile SALE: 4 barrel carb and Intake The Volvo 164 comes with air conditioning, automatic

11,500 BTU 110 Volts. Used onfy $100 389-5905 J. Relan manifold to fit 383 400 CID transmission, power-assisted steering, 4-wheel power disc brakes,
one summer.,'$125. 264-8533 .,-- Plymouth, 1 mo. old. A$214 value power front windows and leather-faced upholstery...all ;
1974 Yamaha, RP 250. Sell or for $125 PH. 264-4331. at no-extra cost. The Volvo 164 also comes with ,,:

Must sell, Yamaha GT-Mxl. 80cc SWAP for pick up. Call 771-3211, other things an intelligent to t
ext. 205 or 248 AKAI) Gx356 tape recorder$500, 2 '
Moto cross bike, excellent cond.; can respond 4
........... black & Brass table lamps from person
like new $175. 264-8533 to. Like a responsive ,
-.N.NNN 1972 Yamaha 650, Adjustable India $50 ea.onyx waterpltcher 6 three-litre engine withcomputerized .'
Padded cissy bar and luggage glasses & tray from Pakistan ,
1969 Datsun Pickup truck, with fuelinjection. .-f
rack, pull back bars, highway $175. "'-6649 'ft .
topper. New tires, rebuilt engine, .
772- ...........
24 MPG, a Steal at $950.264-8533 pegs, good condition, $1000.
3589 Liner 15-50x60 spotting scope $60,
,.. .
-- .........-. Penn Splnflsher 704, Levelwind, .
freezer WANTED In TO decent BUY:shape A used for For Sale: Toro, Reel-type, Self. 350, 2 rods, tackle box & tackle I

Propelled Lawn mower, good $75, shopmate 2 speed reciprocal .'
around $50 or trade for matchingblue SS
condition, $50. Call 772-0818 after saw $20, 771-6649 I IEven'
chair and love :
naughahyde ....--..
couch. Call 264.3815 5:00: -.-.-.... 12 cu. ft. Kelvlnator refrigerator-
NNNNrNr CT-7171 Cassette tape manual defrost-10 years old $30.
PCS For Sale: Spacious Brick 3 Pioneer
Hlde-a-bed Sofa-double bed size'
weeks old Front loader, -
deck, 3 ;
bedroom 2 bath, large den
needs reupholstering $35. 16 in.
and all the extras.
fireplace. Located In Shady with Dolby Volvo's 555 I
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car, good condition for $400. ext. Chandaller like new $35.00 264- For Sale Baby bassinet, white,
: m 1l t111;;;;1 1l ::1 111 11 1 1 111i 1im111 1j11mi111@111;; ;;; i11 1i11 1 1 j111 1 m1jii i i iiiilitMtI 2970 5512 with nylon & lace skirt $15. Cash

I I Call after 4 pm. 264-6349
FLEET MARKET Free two male pups. Mother Is 1972 Scamper pop-up camper like -

... ...,j terrlpoo, father unknown motheron new Sleeps 8 $1,300 2644321 For Sale: Upright Freezer, no
liberty ._ longer needed excellent condition
11 .. (Continued from page m shocks, new steel-belted radials, 20 Inc. sport boy's bike. Excellent $75. PH. 778-3535 after 5.
Hi. Bar Stools, ((2)) excellent condition 28 MPG, $2700. 7869301FOR Free two male pups. Mother Is cond. Basket 6\ speed meter
! black leather seats, -.-, Terrlpoo,father unknown motheron $20.00 771.1095 after 4 p.m.. Pool table W. balls $30.1973
b wrought Iron backs. $30. firm 771- SALE: 1974 Ford PU With Liberty At time. Paula '3483 Starcraft Pop-up camper w-
;, 0949 after 6I' Allumlnum camper shell, after 5 772.1026 Air Conditioner 10,000 BTU stove,Ice box,sink$1295. PH. 387-
Automatic Trans 360 engine. window model by Admiral. 110V 5243 after 5 p.m.
S' Wanted ; : t FOR SALE Westinghouse operation, thermostat control.
I' : 5" or 6" Inch Car 10,500 miles $3,400.00 or best
+ Mounted 12 volt Spot light ''Tear.f offer. Work 2424 Home 772-7754 Electric Range with built-in deep Used little, excellent condition All Aluminium topper for along
f { drop" and old license plates all fryer. Has seen a few days, but $125 264-3532 evenings. bed truck $150 or trade for small
r types Florida, out of State or For Sale: 197214' mini fish sail works well $25. PH 772-0543 ....- topper to fit ford currier 282-5134
Country? 771-3211, ext. 8180 boat with car carrier. Excellent Outboard motor 1973 Sears 5.5 HP -
t' -- condition.$400. or best offer work ANTIQUES: 1 large Oak fining" with remote tank., Low time, FOR SALE: 72 Vega, Green W-
Will babysit for one child In my 2424 home 772.7754 Table & 4 chain; $350; 1 Pine excellent condition. $125. 264-3532 Green Int. Good gas mileage
1 home Mon.-Frl. $25 a week, ---- China Cabinet: $100; 1 evenings $1,000 or make a reasonble offer
'1 fenced yard Phone 771-4703 1967 Ford Ranchero: 289 Eng. Std. Beautifully Carved French days 771-3211 ext. 8294 eves. 786-
Trans. Exc. cond. $750. Call 751- Wardrobe: $1000. Call YN2 Diamond Marquise Solitaire, 2363.
hi. MGB 1974, excellent condlton, 3538 after 5:30 p.m. Patterson, ext. 102.5 or 387.1560 white gold slanted setting H ct
Yellow must sell, $3,350. Call 294- ...-- $300 781.1923 Single Bed $10; Curtains $2.00
lri 295 ask for Creel. Tues-Frl, 0730- 1966 Chevrolet Impala 4dr, HT, PCS For Rent: Orange Park pair Two Chevy van rims $15.00;
I 1700 Cecil Field. V8, PS PB, AT $300 269-0444 Lakeside 3br, 2 ba, unfurn.'Home FOR SALE: TV. Stand $5. RCA Stereo console cabinet,
_
drapes, carpet, CH&A, Biro, Polaroid Camera $10. Fake fur turntable, radio $50. Call 384-1979
Need ride: to Penna or close as 73 Honda 350 Excellent condlton privacy patio available Aug. 1 coat size 18, Black Brown, exc.
... possible at the end of July. 771 $700,74 Honda Z50 mini bike$150. 264-7377 cond. $20. 781-0927 For Sale Sears 8000 BTU air
3211 ext. 262 Call 772-8324 or ext. 567 7 to 4 PCS For Sale: G.E. 10" conditioner less than 1 yr. old
Color TV $200 G.E. washer & For Sale: Curlatron, excellent $100.1 large alum. comb. window
FOR SALE: 1972 Vega GT Excellent Will do sewing 'In my home. dryer set $300; Fox 2 Bbl 12 Ga. cond. $15.00 double bed with head size 43"x53" $10. Phone 269-2515
Condition $1395. Ask for Reasonable Dresses,shorts,tops, shot gun $250. back Issues board $95. Air Condition 10,000
Loyal May. Call VA"; line Ext. alterations dresses start at $6.: playboy make offer. Call 264-7377 BTU $50. 781-0927 Air Conditioned Sear 14,000
t 555 Call Lydia at 264-3066 BTU 220V. $145. Sears 5,000 BTU
Boys 20" Bike Ex-cond 3x12 1973 Pontiac Grand AM-Sllver 115v $85. Excellent condition call
1974 VEGA SW, GT Engine, AT, '65 Falcon, 289 Hypo, Hl-rlse, 4 swimming pool, pump and and Maroon-fully equlptedverylow 384-1223

AM-FM, Trailer Hitch, new cragars, headers, dependableHONDA chemicals 2500. Crystal mileage. Excellent.condlton. ...........
$3500 firm 77 -3051
:, For Sale: Single ,Hose Scuba
HONDA
HONDA Bass Capital o, For Sale: Mobile Home w-w Regulator, 71.2 tank, Hoover
Ji.f J carpet W-D; central AH: BuiltIn upright vacuum cleaner with
I AM-FM Radio Intercom. tools, Camera tripod 786-5496

I j 3 HONDA WEST' 6 LOTS wooded 1 ACRE with$3950 LOTS-WELL-Nlcely well, $700 and dn septic, S60mos.tank. Call skirting 389-5066 and storage shed.. PCS. 68 Ford (Cobra body) 289, 3 sp-

I Access to St. Johns at Lunker NN complete value |lob on eng-runs
WS $ S m ::Bm: $:($ ::to:: ;
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Lodge.$1000 dn total price $5900. PCS 1972 Plymouth Fury III, 8 good good.
a SALES SERVICE PARTS Many excellent listings for Investment cu. In, 4 door, radio, 4514 after 5 p.m.

I retirement, Call.CRESCENT weekend. use or heater, AC, PS, PB, AT, good
6332 BLANDING BLVD. PH 771-8244 CITY REALTY mileage, Marine Corps Green, 72 Honda CB 350,10") Handlebars,
HalBaktrfUSN.Rt.) Excellent condition. $1800 steal king-queen seat, 2 helmets, looks
HONDA HONDA HONDA REAL R-Associate: call 264-7127 sharp call 783-0909 after 5 p.m.
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complete from factory, even the I-O motor WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL POINTS OF INTEREST
designed for
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upholstery; Side Rails 4 Cleats
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Telescoping Stern Light; Trolling Motor
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i\I EQUIPMENT STANDARD mounting area designed on deck; Unobstructed for $300 1 or less.
fishing area around rear fishing
II Hl-performance.hull for top efficiency; platform and
\ arm chair (no outboard
I\;\. Inboard-Outboard speed, efficiency and motor In the way); Custom deep pile
'i! economy Lockable; 2 Aereated Live Wells; 2 Big outdoor carpet; Colors: Dragon Red, True
Rod Lockers; 2 Insulated Ice Blue, Chrome Yellow, Apple Green. All ,
: Boxes; Built In 17
gallon aluminum
gas decks accented with Sliver metal flake.
I tank and electric fuel M1- mtmm wmr w
gauge; Woodgraln
dash, Fuse and Switch Panel; Woodgraln .Includes I40HP! Mercruiser I/O Our Model 401 has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
"I t Bow Panel with 12 or 24 volt trolling motor and Custom Galvanized TrailerI separate living and dining areas
Plug, Volt Meter and Switch to check garage,
Battery Charge' levels, Chart Light and patio, carpeting, central heat and air con-
Cigarette Lighter, Power Trim switch to NOW' ditioning, and built-in Frigidaire kitchen.
control stern drive from bow casting seat; 0 N L Y.... $ 499 5 All for a low $31,900 financed on a VA

mortgage with NQ closing costs;'NO

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items? and monthly payments below$Z4o,
principal and interest.

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$10,000 have passed college
cash scholarship in the approximately 1995. age,
name, of ex-POW Read This year's t
Admiral'James: B. Stock- honors the Navy's award senior ,I '',

dale, will be presented this former POW, RAdm. ,I f..

year to the son or daughterof James Stockdale, who I
a Vietnam-era POW or spent over seven years as Ii
'MIA., a prisoner. i
The scholarship I

program, sponsored by Insurance > v&9 .
Purolator Services of Lake reps

Success,N.Y., will provideup ..
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to $2,500 annually for a visit

maximum of ,four years. 5 .r .ro. Kmw ,
The 'winner will be Jax-A representative of
selected'' on the basis of the Blue Cross-Blue
SAT test scores and actual Shield (Service Benefit
need. Plan) will be aboard NAS

The scholarships, Jax ,on Wednesday, July ...
presented each year in 23, to assist, persons who
honor'of a different POW- may have questions I
MIA, will continue until all pertinent to claims or
children of POW-MIA's coverage.
Employees desiring an
Fun World offers appointment with the MAD FOX MEN OF THE MOMENT-Cdr. Harold MMtvedt,skipper of ohi VP-5,"Mad Foxes
representative should call recently announced the promotion ol,five new lieutenants. Happily posing with their new rank are:
(left to right. ) Lt. Pete Schnleder' Lt. Rich Taylor, Lt. Bun Beauchamp, Lt.',Jan MJIIgan, Lt. Gene
the
Civilian
reduced rates Personnel Williams.
Department, Ext. 3251.
Jax-Special Servicesnow No appointments will be Hike stock in America.
has tickets for the scheduled after July 21. Buy US.Savings Bonds. TRANSMISSION

"Passport to Fun World," SALE I !! JUST
formerly Marco Polo

Park, in Daytona Beach, $ CASHTALKS$. 1, 2 and 3 $99 TIMUQUANABedrooms TERRACE

Fla.The
tickets are availableat
45 DODGE $290 Apartments
$3.50 for both adults and 2 dr, HT, Air. I From $140)IMMEDIATE ). PoolP.tlouB.lconln
children and may be 66 DODGE WAG $390 WTW Carpet(Drapes
obtained at Bldg. 620. 318, V-8 A r."MERCURY. Central Heat&Air
Modern Kitchen Appliances
Details of the offer be $290
may
OCCUPANCYCENTRAL Laundry Room
HT, Loaded.. ?
learned by calling NAS 67 BUICK RIVIERA $450 HEAT & AIR 1 BR FURNISHED
Ext. 3111 or 3112."PassPort Loaded 'WALL to WALL CARPET $120
000 mil-\( \ up
M FORD RANCH WAG M90 FULLY EQUIPPED
don : thniK tl.
to Fun KITCHENS 2 BR FURNISHED
Air
World" offers a variety of 68'NOVA $550 SPOOL PETS ALLOWED $170 up
entertainment including a 2 dr, 6 Cyl, Stick. $50 SECURITY ,DEPOSIT
2Va' miles from NAS Jax
gaint sky-wheel, l log flume, 68 CHEV SUBURBAN $550 MILITARY ONLY 10 miles from NAS Cecil
boats, trains, antique cars 6 Cyl. 8 Minutes from NAS Jax Base ii ii 5342 SEABOARD AVE.
and bump-em rides as well 69 TOYOTA CORONA $750 14 Minutes from NAS Cecil I (Just off Tlmuquana)
AT, R&H. PHONE 772780
as a five-screen, wrap- 70 OPEL WAG $950 ViNogewood2045JAMMES 1333 North Main St. 353-7581
around-sound Air cold, 39,000 miles71DODGEPOLARA 5609 Phillips Hwy. 733-1866 ,:"""':;:;::'" .. ...................,...:j._.b.:..........:':
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I .' It NAS Jax Men's Golf Association Championship -
' f I''j Tournament was played last Sunday after a
d' J one month delay. Eighty five golfers participated in the
, ,4- ., tournament on a rain soaked course. The results were:
} ,, 1st low net J. Mathias 7th low net J, Phillips S rL4
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,J 3rd low net R. Barnett 9th low net B. Weir ,
,i E it! 4th low net B. Louviere 10th low net C. Pearson
: 5th low net J. Stephens 11th low net V. Barton
I; :"j{ 6th low net P. Hewitt 12th low net D. McCorkk<<

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'" Margot Brown practice their diving for the Carraway Aquatic Meet as Coach Sue Lagdon looks on.
t ; SPORTS CALENDAR iiiW1 Jimmy Lagdon took three First Place ribbons and Amanda Bernstein took two Third Place ribbons at
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'.;; July 21-24,1975 Jax Navy swim team

i The South Atlantic Slow Pitch Tournament will be
:,1 :! played at Naval Station Charleston next week, July 21-
.I I 'J 24, East Coast Sailing Contest at NAS Pensacola Starts competes in Carraway meetJaxThe
:1 \?). Monday and continues thru Friday. The All Navy Tennis
: t Tournament is scheduled at Little Creek, Vir.. Last but
:' '4 not least, is the CINCLANTFLT Tennis tournament at Jax Navy and under category, yard back for the Boy's 11-
; Naval Station Mayport. Swim Team, probably one Amanda Bernstein won 12 category and Mike
c I'" Mr. Frank McCaffrey NAS Athletic Director has of the busiest Third Place ribbons in the Manarrino won first placein
: announced that the NAS JAX Intramural Bowling organizations on base, 50 yard breast stroke and the 50 yard breast and
I : : Tournament is tentatively scheduled for July 28. competed in the Carraway the 50 yard flystroke, while third place in the 50 yard
..I; ; However, as of today, no teams have 'signed up to Aquatic Club meet at the Jimmy Lagdon took three
t i 1 participate in the tournament. The organizational NAS Jax indoor pool on First Place ribbons for the fly.In the Girl's 15-18
11 meeting has already been held and teams should sign up July 9. 50 yard freestyle, the 50 category, Anitra Kling
," now in order to be eligible to participate. In the Girl's 10 year old yard breaststroke and the placed first in the 100 yard
r 50 yard flystroke.In freestyle,and the 100 yard
\\ r the'Girl's 11.12 age backstroke and second in
Il group,Andrea Parker took the 100 yard breast while
First Place in the 50 yard Barbie Lagdon took first
( JCPenney' freestyle, second place in place in the 100 yard
the 50 yard flystoke and breast and % stroke and
Cedar Hills second place in the 50 yard second in the 100 yard

\ ,,. at "l, breastroke, while Tim freestyle. Lucy Mallardwon
t ; Mallard took second placein second place in the 100
the 50 yard breastroke, yard back and third placesin
first place in the 50 yard the 100 yard free'and 100
r Last 3 days fly, and first place in the 50 yard breastroke.
6 Chip Lagdon walked out
with a first place ribbon in
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of colorful backstroke and second
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'. yard flystroke in the Boy's

l'M White Sale NAVY t J Bobby 15-18 Haffke category placed, while first

in the 100 yard fly, 100 yard
j S WIVES... \ breast and second in the
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COME BACK Robert Anderson took
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,j ti.'; TO NURSING breast, third in the 100
5 : 'Vk yard freestyle and the 100
Your free time can be turned Into
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nursing In hospitals, nursing
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i : IEL[ needs. Top pay.,Navy Work when Family's you compete in the 13th Annual
Iii' want. You select your own Invitational ,on Saturdayand
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RN',& LPN's NEEDED in Daytona Beach. The
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The Teen Club is busy Rec Center to sign up. with the Irish on top with 2 LOW, LOW PRICES !
planning a Pool Party, car LADIES SOFTBALLThe wins and 0 losses. The
wash, and Bake Sale. Alot Ladies Softball is at Radiers and the Blue

of cooperation and help it's halfway point. The Devils are tied with a LUBE and FRONT ENDALIGNMENT
will be the answer to league standings are as second half 0-2 record.'The' OIL CHANGE
making them all suc- follows: Raiders 5-3; Blue scores this week were the .
Precision alignment
cessful events.So plan now Devils 4-5; and the Irish in Irish over the Blue Devils Includes of high up grade to 5 quarts oil.' by skilled mechanics.

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jjH: 1 ; VA-12's Sailor of the Year I

lJ Aviation Fire Control
CECIL SPORTSSLOWPITCII
Technician First Class ThomasE.
il Rozycki is Attack Squadron
'( Twelve's Sailor of the Year.
Petty Officer ROZYCKI trulyan
SOFTBALL VA-82 4-46 outstanding professional -
LAST WEEKS RESULTS VS-22 0-50. career petty officer who
Medical 15 VA-371 LADIES LOCKER ROOM epitomizes the standards nor -
VS-306 VS-223 There are 28 lockers available mally associated with a Sailor of
Medical 22 VS-315 for female military and dependents the Year. As a technician his
VA-4510 VS-226 (space available basis) in expertise is second to Done, as
VA-3712 VS-315 the station gym. The ladies also witnessed by the fact that since
VA-4517 VS-317 have their own showers and May 1968 he 'possesses an
Medical 18 Marines 8 dressing room. A recent change average 4.0 evaluation grade in
to Cecil Field instruction 1710. lH professional performance. In
STANDINGS allows the ladies to use the.gym addition,he is continually alert to "
!II Medical 4-1 anytime during the open hours. the challenge of technological :
'. VA-45 4-1 Interested parties may contact advancements In todays weapons ,
VS-30 3-1 the Gym Office for locker systems and through selfstudyand
VA-66 2-1 reservations. research has continued to bea CDR J.M. HICKERSON,CO of VA-11 presents AQ1 T.E. ROZYCKI
Marines 2-2 leader in his field. Petty Officer VA-12'i Sailor of the Year Award.
VA-37 3-2 ROZYCKI's excellent knowledgeof brought to this new billet the Not content to limit his en-
INTRAMURAL,SKEET
VS-31 2-3 the A7E Integrated Weapons same enthusiasm and sincere volvement to the military, Petty
VA-174 1.3 The Clay Bird Bangers finally System and his sound judgementhave interest In his fellow shipmatesthat Officer ROZYCKI is also an
ended their last week ITH
VS-28 0-4 season been largely responsible for had distinguished him as an active member of the, local
VS-22 0-3 NAMTD coming out undefeated. this squadron consistently ex- unparalled leader in his previous civilian community. When the
TENNIS The instructors ported a perfect ceeding the AIRLANT averagefor billets. It was solely due to his squadron Is at home at Cecil
r VA-174 "B" & "A" teams 15 wins& no loss's. Dale Kalberg full system capable aircraft.He personal efforts and his, honest. Field, unselfishly devotes a
of NAMTD nosed out Bruce Otvos
racked up 18 big points on the personally devised a com- and forthright approach to each significant portion of his free
of VA-37 for the award
Captains Cup by finishing 1&2 in top gun prehensive post flight weapons prospective fr.enlistee.that. this time to helping others.
with 97.14 cent to Otvos'sLavato
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the intramural tennis. Kent per system debrief format that squadron's retention rate for
,Bob Elliott&Major Felix 96.0. proved to be extremely suc- December 1974 was more than Petty Officer ROZYCKI'sability
only dropped 4 matchs out of a cessful and is the basis for a double that of the previous year. to express himself both
possible 50 to out distance 10 FINAL STANDINGS *. standardized debrief format In addition to his work for this orally and in writing is truly
other teams. NAMTD 15-0 presently used throughout the command, he served as the sole superior He expresses his views
I kI t STANDINGS OPS 12-3 Light Attack Community in the instructor for the Air Wing clearly and concisely and is
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* STANDINGS WEAPS ,,?. ; 8-7 Atlantic Fleet. He has continuously SEVEN sponsored Career conversant' on numerous sub-
VA-174"B" 464 VA-45 i1' y 8-7 demonstrated his Benefits Course held onboard jects. Additionally' his Im-
VA-174"A" 41-9 VA-37 7.2 capability for assuming positionsof USS INDEPENDENCE duringour peccable military' appearanceand
VS-31 40-10 VS-24 6-3 greater responsibility and has recent Mediterranean standards of personal. con-
VA-37 33-17 VA-82 6-9 never failed to meet and exceed deployment.He has also assisted duct are standards for others to
VA-45 25-25 VS-32 2-4 what is expected of him. Attack Squadron SIXTYSIXwith .emulate.
VS-32 23-27 VS-22 2-7 Petty Officer ROZYCKI was their command retention
VA-66 20-30 VA-66 2-7 appointed to the position of program during the period when Awards: Navy Unit Com-
AMD 19-31 VA-86 .' M Command Career Counselor in they were without a career mendation; Meritorious Unit
VA-86 9-41 FASO 09OO' OCTOBER OF %&7/a3.. He counselor. Citation with one star; Good
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group of ten Florida June 8 and plans to arrive in Herman Photo Editor; Anne
college students making an 1,058 Miami Beach by August 16. When Campbell, Assistant Photo
mile canoe expedition, in an they reached.NAS last Thursday Editor; Brant Sayder Biologist .
attempt to retrace the route morning they had canoed 540 and Field Medic; Tanner Girard, ; !
taken in 1773-1776 by Colonial miles in 33 days with 37 days left Ornithologist; Jimmy Craggs, .
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGER, five times "Mr. Sociologist Chuck Jimison
Olympia" greetsthe botanist and explorer William to reach Miami Beach. ; ;
crowd at the Tampa, Fla. where he was a guest poser July S at a Bartram, stopped at NAS Treasurer and Assistant "
Power lifting and physique contest. He appologized for looking like a Jacksonville on their way to The group consists of Ron Logkeeper; Chris Winder I I
"twig".Arnold had to loose 35 pounds for the movie "Staying Hungry" Miami Beach last Thursday Green Guide; Larry Kolb Folklorist; and Tom Van Horn .
being filmed In Alabama. morning.The Historian and Logkeeper; Mike Guide's Assistant. ;::
If you find yourself looking like a "twig"or one of your golf clubs or group who calls them- ':"
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L Margaret A.Nelson been restored, burns or other telephone poles, antennae, installed and maintained light fishermen; to handle, eic.-are cautionednot
Publicity Director injuries can be treated. Medical, J hilltops and exposed sheds. ning protective systems. ( clubs mental implementsgolf
NAS Ju Red Cross assistance should be summoned. If there is no protection in When in a house during a mental fishing poles,
Jax-The natural fear that both immediately. sight, crouch in the open, away storm, the Red Cross advises to pull carts,umbrellas,etc.), not to
humans and animals have off SetkShetter' from trees, wire fences, stay away from open doors and ride on electric carts and not to
lightning Is well-founded and Citing safety precautions clotheslines, pipelines, power windows, fireplaces, radiators, work with wet lines or flammable
should not be taken lightly. recommended by the Environmental lines, structural steel and other stoves, metal pipes and sinks. materials.
Lightning is extremely'dangerous. Science Service conductive objects.Stay off farm Do not use or handle current Lightning strikes not only
Administration, when a storm machinery. If swimming, fishingor carrying appliances such as during a rainstorm, but also
Its powerful discharge of at- approaches, seek shelter, in a boating, get out and off the radios, televisions,refrigerators, during the muggy lull. which often
the'rain.
water. toasters, hair dryers, electric precedes
mospheric electricity can kill, building, not a metal shed.If When dark clouds threaten
,
shock and burn.Lightning storms' a building is not available, AtllomeHomeowners toothbrushes or electric razors.
annually account for many take refuge in a ditch, cave or should protect Sportsmen caught outside don't risk possible injury or
deaths and injuries, the ignition ravine. Avoid tall objects-trees, their property with properly during a storm-golfers, death. Seek shelter. Play it safe.
I of forest fires that burn off I
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many residential fires. PHONE 772-8364, ''EXCLUSIVE IN JACKSONVILLE I d-

; A Although Take lightning Action can strike I'D'
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the highest point in a given area- .
M a tree, tall building or hilltop. GET ACQUAINTEDNO
Farmers, golfers, fishermen and .
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others working in ''CCy
or playing open ,,
areas of land or water are in ..------ -_:- .
., danger during thunderstorms.
.. The best course of action is to
get inside when a storm
threatens. When a person is
struck by lightning severe 8ANIA( RICARDii
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