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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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2 JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER AUGUST 28, 1975Freedoms.
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"HUMAN GOALS: A poem of not less than 100 "The defense of the t. 1 ..
Proud Heritage" is the words, but not more than Nation requires a well- '':1 w- t k&t

theme for the 1975 500 words, on this year's trained force, military and .:""' f d". Jr Jrt

Freedoms Foundation subject, "Human Goals, A civilian, regular and ; ': .
such a ; .
annual Armed Forces Proud Heritage. reserve. To provide :
letter writing programnow Literary excellence is force we must increase the .. i: 3 ::
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open to all membersof not a major criterion. attractiveness of a careerin '"" :'' >
the military.All Important considerationsare Defense so that the (" "'Ic: ,
members of the the writers' thoughts service member and the J'

Navy, Army, Air Force, which enhance ap- civilian employee will feel Y -
Marine Corps, Coast preciation of our Nation's the highest pride in
Guard, and Reserve heritage and promote themselves and their ( IIJ
Forces, including the awareness of the strengthsthat work, in the uniform and
National Guard and sustain our freedoms the military profession."The .
Reserve Officers Training Entry Rules attainment of ; --.

Corps, are ,encouraged to Print or type your full these goals requires that t
write letters on the above name, rank, and social we strive... ,1' "I i' "
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subject for this year's security number on your. ...To attract to the \". : '. .
contest. entry. defense service people llL ,
This program is strictlyfor Give your full military with .ability, dedication, 8eIIItf J
members of the Armed address, Service or and capacity for growth;
Forces, with a new subject Reserve Component. ...To provide op- Cdr. Craig S. CampbellWoodpeckers
each year. Give your complete portunity for everyone,
Entries need not be a home address. military'and civilian, to slate
"letter," per se. They can Mail your entry to: rise to as high a level of
be in the form of.an essayor Freedoms Foundation, responsibility as possible,
'poem: If the letter Valley Forge, Pa. 19481. dependent only on in- of commandBy
format is used, the ad- The deadline for sub- dividual talent and change

dressee may be any mitting entries is Nov. 1, diligence;
person, real or imaginary.Four 1975. ...To make military and
awards are given Human Goals civilian service in the Ens.Rich Nash

each year' in the contest. The following Department of Defense a Jax-Cdr. Craig S. Campbell will be relieving Cdr.
They are: description of Human model of equal opportunityfor Gerald W. McDonald as Commanding Officer of Patrol
...A .$100 U.S. Saving Goals has been authoredby all regardless of race, Squadron Forty-nine tomorrow, Aug. 29, during change-
Bond, Series E, and the the ,Department of sex, creed or national of-command ceremonies slated to begin at 11 a.m.
Freedoms Foundation at Defense in support of this origin and to hold those At the same time, Cdr. W.C. Bloh will be introduced as
Valley Forge Defender of year's letter writing who do business ,withthe the new Executive Officer for' the Woodpeckers. Cdr.

Freedom Award. program.. Department to full Bloh comes to VP-49 from the Staff of the CommanderSea
...Additional awards of "Our nation'was'foiindedon ,compliance with the policyof Based ASW Wings, Atlantic, here at NAS Jax.
$50 U.S. Savings Bonds,. the principle that the equal employment Cdr. Campbell assumes the helm of VP-49 after a tour
Series E, and George individual has infinite opportunity; as the Executive Officer for the Woodpeckers.He's .
Washington .Certificates. dignity and worth. The ...To help each service a native of Waterloo, Iowa and a graduate of the
...George Washington Department of Defense, member in leaving the Naval Reserve.Officer Training Corps at the
Certificates, which exists to keep the service to readjust to of program
University Utah from which he was commissioned an
...Valley Forge Honor Nation secure and at civilian"life; and Ensign in the U.S. Navy in 1958. '

Certificates.. peace, must always be ...To contribute to the He received his wings a later at Pensacola, Fla.
year
Top winners will receivea guided by this principle."In .
improvement of our and embarked upon a career of Naval service that in-
formal written an- all that we do, we society, including its cluded
a tour in Oslo, Norway a's Flag Lieutenant and
nouncement from the must show respect for the
disadvantaged
members, Aide
with additional duties as ASW Advisor to the Royal
Freedoms Foundation at serviceman, the ser- by greater utilization of Norwegian Air Force.
Valley Forge on vicewoman and the our human and physical
Washington's Birthday, civilian employee, resources while main- His early military career was punctuated by at-
next year.What recognizing their individual taining full effectivenessin tendance at several schools.He graduated from the U.S.
To Do needs, aspirationsand the performance of our Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey,Calif in 1964,
. Write a letter,. essay or capabilities. primary mission." the Naval War College in Newport, R.I. in 1970; and was:
l awarded his Master of Science in International Affairs

Main gate from George Washington University at the same time.

Cdr. Campbell's most recent assignments included a
JAX AIR NEWS tour with the Bureau of Naval Personnel as Aviation
use definedJax Lieutenant Commander and Junior Officer Detailing
from July 1970 until January 1971.

Vehicle Mi.1 he reported to the White House for duty as the
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributedeach operatorswho
Thursday at the U.S.Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Florida, do not have vehicle Naval Aide to the President and served in that position
by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm.All Copy submittedfor registration until April 1973 when he returned to BUPERS as
use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public decals
Affairs Office, Box 2. NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday displayed on their vehiclesare coordinator for Forward Deployment.Four .
before publication. News items are welcomed from all sources.
required to use the
Telephone"Everything 772-2413.advertised In this publication must be madeavailable Main Gate to enter. and months later, Cdr.. Campbell went to the
for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, leave NAS. National War College in Washington, D.C. and then
creed,color,national origin or sex of the purchaser user,or patron.A became Executive "
confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal opportunities Officer at VP-49.
by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print advertising Use of the North or South Cdr. Campbell and his wife, Anne Marie, now reside in
from that source." Gate by unregistered Orange Park Fla.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries con. ,
vehicles
is
corning such should be directed to: prohibited.
Upon being relieved as Woodpecker skipper, Cdr.
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Military personnel McDonald will be retiring from the Navy and plans to
e t 4565 Shirley Ave.,Jacksonville, fla.32210 reporting to duty from a make his home in Orange Park also.
Telephone 387.3566 previous duty station have
Affiliate.ro"Member 90 days to register their

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I Cdr. Aut takes HS Wing One helm IJaxCdr.


Warren E. Aut He became one of the Commander Naval Air
will relieve Capt. William Navy's early helo pilots in Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleetas
0. Wirt as Commander of 1950, serving with Air Antisubmarine
Helicopter AntisubmarineWing Warfare Readiness Of-

One today, Aug. 28, Helicopter Utility ficer, where he was in-
during formal change-of- Squadron Two, and made strumental in the ASW
command ceremonies at his first rescue during that planning for the CV (multi-
Hanger 124, tour, flying, H03S and purpose aircraft carrier)
HUP-1 aircraft. concept.

Capt. Wirt, who becamethe
first Commodore of Capt. Wirt has served in Cdr. Aut began his

HSWING ONE when the the helicopter communityin Naval career in 1953 as a
unit was commissioned on various capacities since NAVCAD at Pensacola,
April 1, 1973, will be then with intermittent Fla. He was designated a
leaving the helo wing to Naval aviator in F&t sX S
become the Director of periods devoted to attendance December 1954 after

Rotary Wing Aircraft Test at the Navy completion of training at
Directorate at the Naval Postgraduate School, NAS Hutcheson, Kans.
Test Center in Patuxent Monterey, Calif and the
Naval War College at p
River, Md. He was designated a
Newport, R.I.
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helicopter pilot in 1961 _
Cdr. Aut assumes after earning his bac-
command -of He was a flight and from
calaureate degree
HSWINGONE after a stintas ground training instructorat ,
the Navy Postgraduate
the skipper of Ellyson Field, flew"Albatross" School in Monterey, Calif.
..Helicopter Antisubmarine amphibiansfrom
Squadron One at NAS Wake, Kwajalein, and has subsequently
Jacksonville., and other atoll lagoons and served the helicopter
islands of the South Pacific, community in number of
Capt. Wirt began his assignments of increasing
Navy'career in 1945 as an and served with HS-4 importance and respon-
enlisted combat air- aboard the USS Princeton ;' sibility. Cdr.W.rren E. Aut

crewman. He entered prior to going to the Naval
flight training after World Air Test Center, Patuxent Cdr. Aut was an HS-4 from 1969 to 1971, was Cdr. Aut has ac-
War II and was designateda River, Md. in 1959. engineering test pilot and Deputy Director of the cumulated more than 5,000
Naval Aviator in 1949 at then an instructor at the USN Test Pilot School and hours pilot time in more
which time he flew F4U Capt. Wirt! has also Navy Test Pilot School at then came to,NAS Jax,to than 50 different aircraft
Corsairs as a Midshipman. served on the staff of the Pax River, commanded command HS Wing One. during his Navy career.




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Washington 69)) examinations for the resubmit orders
1975 (Series by
February
1975 advancementcycle message to
and August 1975 (Series August NETPDC*
were to be mailed to soon as possible.
advancement
70)) AK1
examinations are all Feb-Aug 75 AKl par- Substitute exams will
be
suspected to have been ticipants from Naval mailed from NETPDc
to
and Training the
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a result it is not during the week of These exams will officers
the reqube
identify
possible to Aug. 11.These. receipt by the
for advancement Corn.
best qualified will be mancfing officer
from the exams and must
1975 AK1 advancement administered on Sept. 25, remain in his custody until
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date should administered. In
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all AK1 or
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all commandswith forwarded to
results from the exams by another
exam candidates. command.
Series 69)) AKl
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examinations as well as Those AKl candidateswho advancementquotas
substitute examination participated in the for the Feb-Aug.75

NAVY ACHIEVEMENT'MEDAL-AMH3 Richard J. Dauenhauer results for this series have February 1975 exams will be combined
receives congratulations from Cdr. H.P. Dews, Jr., Commanding for the August 1975 cycle.
invalidated.No examination competein
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Officer HC-2,on receipt of the Navy Achievement Medal In recognitionof Normal advancement
Dauenhauer's role in a recent rescue at sea. AKl advancementswill the August 1975 sub- increments for selectees
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I Red grease devil gets patent l', Iri

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By Ricky CrewsJaxPcrsistence at NARF in 1965 on the The device that was actually / ./
has paid off helicopter line, he and two coworkers being built differed from d' I'rf
for Orlando Stevens of the Naval spent to Orlando's 1
up seven days a model in what he
Air Rework Facility. He had an week lubricating helicopter considered very Important
Idea for a better way to lubricate bearings.Two aspects.

aeronautical bearings. lie had a years later, he became ill He visited Capt. C.E. Boeing, '? ..
difficult time selling the idea but and was hospitalized. To pass the NARF Commanding Officer at '4 ,

finally succeeded. time while recuperating, he the time, and' explained the M r.r 11a.a
Now, his persistence has paid began considering other ways of situation to him. Capt. Boeingwas : .a r
off In an$895 beneficial award plusa doing his job, convinced enough to order

United States patent award for "I got to thinking; that there had the lubrication system to be builtto .
his invention. to be a more efficient way," he Stevens' exact specifications.As '

Stevens has developed a says, and ultimately came up the inventor, Stevens has :
mechanical method of with his first design for an now acquired the right to per- .
lubricating' aeronautical I automatic lubricating device. sonally supervise construction of x ",
bearings that's ten times faster Before returning to NARF witha his automatic lubrication device
than the manual method scale drawing of his invention, and of a bearing lubrication work I s; ,, y rI
previously used in the industry. Stevens consulted with engineersat center. '
the Lincoln Engineering Corp.in "Red Grease Devil" has now
Formerly it was necessary to St. Louis, Mo. who agreed that been reconstructed six times
precisely measure amounts of the fundamentals of his,system larger'than its prototype and it
lubricant and use a hand grease would work. works. Its controls can be set for
gun for the procedure. Stevens' Stevens submitted the plans for the exact amount of lubricant
invention, which he calls a "Red his system under the beneficial required by a particular bearingand
Grease Devil," allows an suggestion program. Lincoln that measured,amount can
operator to, adjust the machine Engineering had offered to be delivered when the bearing is
settings at the proper level and support his idea but orlando pressed down on a grease stem.
automatically deliver the correct declined out of loyalty to his The largest bearing and the
amount of lubricant. fellow employees and the Navy. smallest can 'be automatically.
When Orlando began working! lIe had trouble "selling" the lubricated on Stevens' device.
r idea, however, because he had "Some smaller bearings
only plans and no working model. require ,an exact amount ,of
Updated P3Cs Orlando was determined,though, lubricant," explains Stevens,
RED GREASE DEVIL Orlando Stevens of NARF adjusts the
and for eight konths he worked at "and the measurement must be -
controls on his newly patented "Red Grease Devil," an automatic
coming to home,on his own time, building a within point zero, gram of ac-
mechanical method of lubricating aeronautical bearings.
prototype of his Red Grease curacy. This device will deliver ,
Devil. the exact amount with no error."

VP community "Finally, I brought the ugly- It seems inevitable that any 1/JUt I
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Washlngton-An updated and it worked, just like my plans than the' conventional
version of the P-3C "Orion" is specified," he states. method would find acceptance in
E being delivered to Fleet patrol Stevens then ran into more Industry. Now that his device 'is U '

,I squadrons.New obstacles in trying to have his patented, Orlando Stevens can AMERICAFAVORITE 1H
avionics and software invention rebuilt on a scale large 'look forward to additional profit,
have been added through a enough to take 'over' bearing if other commands or industry
program called "Update 1" to lubrication at NARF. adopt his "Red Grease Devil."

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5222 Lenox Avenue 781-2641 \"
5115 Norwood Avenue 78-1519

Arthur Treacher Fish &Chips


3701 BLANDING BOULEVARDS PHONE 711.7113 innAUGUST
(Across from Cedar Hills Shopping Center) milld

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I atwives' :adopt Indian waif %STAMP lli CIRCLES' i 1*. I In


Jax-One of the squadron supports the

highlights of the several Enlisted Wives Club in
their continuing efforts in Albert B.Close LONDON, England-British
humanitarian endeavors
WASHINGTON, D.C.-Eyes commemoratives continue to sell
entered into by the the foster child program. will pop here and everywherewhen out here as the June "Sailing"

Enlisted Wives Club of two different sheets appearin quartet is replaced by thismonth's
Patrol Squadron Twenty- Deadline set the 1976 stamp program just "Railways" set of four
four is sympollically announced. One is of 50 different ((7, 8,10 and 12 pence -about 87
for Vietnam stamps each reproducing flags of cents, USA). October 8 will see a
the
portrayed by charming all the states in the USA. The Jane Austin set with the same
smile of Jean Rose Simp- other is a 32 stamp sheet four values.
decorations depicting the entire Declarationof NEW HEBRIDES ISLANDS-

son.Three and a half years Independence, each adhesive These South Pacific islands
Washington-A deadline of Oct. showing a portion of the jointly administered by Great
ago, in March 1972, the 24, 1975 has been set for sub- historical document. Britain and France, this monthare
Batwives "adopted" Jean mitting recommendations for Other 1976 planned subjects are issuing a four value series
and made ,it possible for personal military decorations for The Spirit of 76 (strip of three), honoring the 14th World Boy
her to attend Kayenta acts and services performed Salute to Commercial Aviation, Scout Jamboree in Norway.
Boarding School in during military operations in Centennial of the Invention of the Values are 25 and 35 gold centimes
Ariz. Each Jean Rose Simpson Southeast Asia. Telephone,Science of Chemistry, and one and five gold
Kayenta, is student Any service member who Clara Maass (nurse. in yellow francs, with subjects of a
,Jean a good
summer she returns hometo witnessed outstanding or heroic fever research), Signing of the canoeist, Camp Cook, map
live with her family. and continues to realize her actions in the combat zone be- Declaration of Independence maker, and a fisherman.JAMAICANative .
Today, Jean is 12 years academic potential thanksto tween July 1, 1958 and Mar. 25, (strip of four), and Christmastwo butterflies]
old. 'She was born in the VP-49 wives and the 1973 may submit a recom- ( stamps). are featured on four August]
Gouldings Utah, the fund raising projects they mendation.The NORFOLK ISLANDThisSouth issues of 10, 20, 25 and 30 cents]
and Marine
Corps
Navy Pacific dependency of ST. CHRISTOPHER NEV
behalf
in her each
daughter of a disad- sponsor
manual outlines
awards Australia this week releases two ANGUILLA-These West Indie
vantaged family of year. The club sends both procedures for such submissions. self-adhesive free form stamps in islands commonly called "St

migrant farm workers of Christmas (and birthday Documentation of the event is the shape of the island itself. Both Kitts,"are planning a Novembe
American Indian descent. gifts to Jean and she, in required.The values are in extremely good 1 release of four stamps
She has three brothers and turn corresponds originator must furnish taste and make the novelty of celebrate the opening of the
regularly with club date, location, the organizationand issue appealing.The Frigate Bay Golf Course. Valu
six sisters.
unit involved, a descriptionof ten cent item the
depicts are to be four, 25, and 40 cen
members. the action and an explanationof ship, H.M. Survey Cutter and $1.00. Design of a golf
Currently, the Batwivesof how knowledge of the act was "Mermaid" at Sydney' Bay encircled with golf clubs,
VP-24 are seeking to obtained.At Norfolk Island in June 1825,while common to all stamps.BARBADOESThese.
increase their active least two eyewitnesses are the 35-cent adhesive shows a not
membership in order to required for recommendationsfor scene of the Kingston settlement independent Caribbean We|
the Silver Star Medal and painted by Thomas Seller in 1835., Indies recently emitted foil
expand their calendar of higher awards. The stamps' backing' has the stamps commemorating t
stock humanitarian and other Recommendations should be legend:' "Norfolk Island is the 150th anniversary of the Angli
activities. submitted directly to the Chief of original home of the world Diocese in the area. ShownSt.
n ica. Every member of the5'i Naval Operations or the Com famous Norfolk Pine (Araucaria Michael's Cathedral, BL
mandant of the Marine Corps. Excelsa) now fluorishing in Coleridge,All Saints Church, i
Full details may be found in every temperate corner of the the stained glass window in
SECNAVINST 1650. ID. globe." Michael's 'on values of five,'

H9UU pf Quality. Food, and 50.cents. __,.and. $1" ,respectivRETIRED J'

ca.ie.eras ?? >
ii nun Make your pay raise work'
you I Many lots availably
CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
MILITARY-AUTOMOBILE weekend retreats with lak
TELEPHONE 77J-9223) rivers all around or move 1
If 111U rural I area permanently. s h
:::>::<::;:: : FRIDAY I ::AU,:PAY::FAMIUT:;:$P:. CIAU':tt: ;t:: home lots from $15001 Rlv
property and homes. .'
CHOPPED STEAK or ONE ONLYII Compltt ;,
MILITARY CIVILIANLOW furnished mobile home
CHICKEN & DUMPLINGS 139 RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANAMERICAN cabana add on, on 3 lots Inclu
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and Two butter vegetables, tea,or bread coffee: :::::;:;:;:-:;;.:.:':.:.:::::::::::r.:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.i:.:' ,;;:.:::;:;:;:;:::;::;;:;:;:::;:;:;:::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::: $12,900 private owner boat ship offers on St.excelli Job
MAYPORT terms. .
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Serving Hours: 11 am till pm and 4 pm till pm CRESCENT CITY REALTYHal
M0 BLANDINO BOULEVARD INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE AGENCY Baker(USN,Rt.)
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ne aAU sNOws
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homes and private homes. All
WE CAN FIT ANY MAKE AUTOOR TRUCKI SPECIAL RATES types of duty available. We
o LIGHT HOOK-UP understand Navy Family's
SERVING ENTIRE WEST JACKSONVILLEPHIL'S I AVAILABLE TO ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL I needs. Top pay. Work when you
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4807 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771-5092 (Special Services Bldg. 4U) Capt.Home BILL owned READ&operatedby (USNR)
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I ,OFFICIAl STATE..VEHICLE INSPECTION t.t' t. \A f A RE1 iv : : **'*-\:*'*-
MILITARY DISCOUNTS
Hourd US
MUFFLERS CUSTOM PIPE tENDING !S. ; #
We Atm' Headlights Replace Bulbs and Windshield Wiper Blades {,. '<';.>; + LS ; :':0":1" ,,,;,:''' '';JJ0
FAST SERVICE LICENSED OPERATORS Furniture, Carpets, Draperiesand ::<'. ::;'>:P BAND INSTRUMENTS' :' ''F

2 Location' to serve you.. Accessories .'Y ':fI'; 1:f j>* MUSIC GUITARS>"': tf\(}: ::r a;.\ ;'a. _.

RED GREENE'S [ BLANDING ': ? a ACC.1S0..U.k: S K.;s,.}.;#;,. :

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,Phones MOW,M4-UU Phone 244-5143 Owner Floyd Fasklng USNRetired( ) ; San Juana' :
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ALL SIZES FROM'COMPACT CARS SPRiNGMOTORSVOLKSWAGENS ,.PROFESSIONAL DANCE ACADEMY,
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TO LARGEST TRUCK TIRES -
FACTORY .' r JEAN FORREST ''
DISCOUNT PRICES TO
SALES SERVICE Former member SI.Loul..K
MILITARY & CIVIL SERVICE ..1t Opera Ballet Co:*"
.I JEAN LtCOMPUTE -
Wheels' ..
BattentstMag& Chrome 284-9209 1'Municipal Graduate Hawaiian Dance
Tape DecksMH 4 t' Academy Honolulu '-

TIRE F. llJ I j, 'Pr -chool.Adults .
HIGHWAY 17 GREEN COVE SPRINGS"WALLY" 771.2521 5322 WESCONNETT BLVD at 103rd ;'
S40 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD PHONE 381457 771-544 BELLAIR CIVIC BLDG. in Orange Park \
Open Monday thru Saturday lim tpm WOLGEMUTH "SMITTY" H.E.SMITH 771-3455 off Standing Corner Blalremore & Mederla)


Specializing in Italian & American FoodsGINO'S .'" I" '
DISCOUNT TO MILITARY & ITALIAN QUALITY PARTS DISCOUNT PRICES, :, Jt,

'SERVICE PERSONNEL RESTAURANTBANQUET
CIVIL '
(REQUIRED) FACILITIES AVAILABLE [ MAJOR' AUTO PARIS, .. i
NAME BRAND MERCHANDISE, 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
INC !
1OFJACKSONVILLE,
e Spaghetti o Lasagna e Boneless' Chicken e Ravioli
01 e Baked Sausage & Peppers 22 Selections of Pizza f
I Beer A Dinner Wines TIMUOUANA RDe PHONE 77M21Sor 2249 i
larlin's jirniture' -' CORNER 103rd & RICKER RD.PHONE 772 IV2* ..
Mon Thurs 4am.llpm; Fri& Sat 4pm Midnitet Sun Apm.l0pm MILITARY DISCOUNT \
Location No.3 ;;
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AMERICAN FOREIGN PARTS i
7153 NORMANDY BLVD. (Across from Fields Plaza) .
PHONE 7ll5 ...
5512 NORMANDY BLVD Mon-Thurs,6:30.10pml: Fri& Sat 6:3Oam: -llpm; Closed Sunday .
Service
5114 BLANDINO BLVD 103rd: ST..) PHONE 7MH1! Breakfast A Lunch Served Dally Lawn Mower Repair o Parts and


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Red Cross lists driving tipsJaxAmericans I


TORRANCE'S KITCHENThe can greatly the tires, lights, steering shoulders. Do not pick up the]
reduce the holiday death count mechanism, signaling and victim. You might aggravate]
this Labor Day weekend by just windshield wipers to insure they injuries.If .
safe and working. the victim is not breathing ]
few common sense are ,
observing a
in the baskets at
appearance of the first of this year's apple crop
the Second, pack your luggage so administer mouth-to.mout
safetyadvises
rules of driving
roadside fruit stands reminds us that it's time to start baking those
American Red Cross. that you will always have com- artificial respiration as fast a
fresh apple treats with their tantalizing aroma and scrumptious taste.
the from the rear and possible-seconds could make
The ARC, therefore, offers plete visibility
Our offering this week is for...
following prescription for safetyon 'on both sides. difference. Provide for. .an ope
Apple Critt the highway, not only this Include in your gear a first aid airway by clearing the unconscious
2 tbsp granulated sugary ,.lv' weekend, but always. kit,flashing lamp in case of night person's mouth of cinnamon
4. tsp sliced tart, First, keep your car in safe time emergencies plus tools for foreign substance.
cups pared, operating condition., tire and other repairs. Then, tilt the victim's he

Vi apples water :',', Before leaving on a trip, check Use your seat belts, at all back.
cup times. Cover an adult's mouth wi
V4 cup flour -1 Pats must be Take a break from the road on your mouth, pinch the nost;
salt .
K tsp. ,. t.Vt long trips. Stop, get out, walk shut and blow vigorously, ah
tsp. cinnamon \ ... registered hereJax around every two hours or so to' 12 times a minute. For a sm
V4 tsp. nutmeg introducedon keep alert.Recheck. child, place your mouth over 1
1-3 brown packed -All pets
cup sugar
your tires for possible mouth and nose, then blow ge
softened butter oleo
3 or Jacksonvillemust
NAS
tbsp board
damages after travel over rockyor into the lungs about 20 tim
Mix granulated with one-fourth teaspoon cinnamon; sprinkleover
sugar be registered with
,bumpy roads and before minute.If .
and mix lightly.
Spread apples apple in a greased 8x8x2 inch baking dish. Sprinkle with the the Pass and IdentificationOffice returning to turnpike driving. you are unable to get air I
water. Bldg. 9. Don't drink if you intend to the lungs of the victim, re-cl
and brown Mix in fat to drive the head tilt. Pull or push the j
Blend flour, salt,cinnamon,nutmeg sugar. Owners must 'present
make a crumbly mixture. Spread over'apples. positive evidence that Because many accidents occur into a Jutting-out position.If .
until in rural areas, far from medicalcare you are still unable tog
for 40 minutes lightly
Bake uncovered at 350 degrees or '
browned and apples are tender.WITHOUT their, pet has been im- ,every motorist should know Into the lungs and you st
munized against rabies first aid. foreign matter is block!

within the past 12 months. If you are the first to arrive at airway, turn an adult vic
The station ID office will the scene of an accident,get your his or her side and slap s '
ADVERTISINGYOU own car'off the road to avoid between the shoulders.A .
issue metal tags as another accident. Set up identifying child should be turned
WOULDN'T KNOW evidence of' pet markers such as flares to the rescuer's forearm and
'
registration. warn oncoming motorists or send blows delivered betwee

someone back down the road,to shoulders.In .
warn them.Then get to the scene both ipstances, cl

THE HOMAN SCHOOLING of possible.' the accident' as soon as mouth before. and resume blow/

Move a victim only if moving Although taking c
Dr. & Mrs. Bert Homan announce the opening of: him or her is absolutely precautions and having f

to the victim training are invaluabl
necessary protect
THE HOMAN SCHOOL, INC. from further danger. If driving begins with the ind

necessary to move the victim, at the wheel.
Certified Teachers withMaster'
pull him or her along the vertical
!and Bachelors Degree
In Music Reading,Early Education axis of the body, by the feet or

and Elementary Education.. _
We specialize In Phonics.: '
Applications are now being accepted for Day Care,
and Kindergarten. Ages 4 and S years. ;1kOI1HEADQUARI, :
Please phone for an appointment Enrollment is limited. ] ,


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Glove Box, Wood Grain Dash, Bow I
STANDARD EQUIPMENT Custom Key DOWN o
Wired, Uos.. o.:;", ANGW pyCNG "jr
Wrap-Around Rolled and Pleated Rails, Running Lights.Factory through our f(//J
Upholstered Bow Rider Seating, Rolled Deluxe Deck Hardware, Ski Eyes purchase program. '' 111/

and Pleated Upholstered Back Rests along Mounted Thru Transom, Mechanical Seller pays all r I(. i t wow'; S, ,:
Gunnel, Upholstered Side Panels with Steering and Wood Grain Sport Steering closing costs.,

Large Storage Areas, Twin Rolled and'Wheel, Foam Flotation. For details call -
Pleated High Head Rest, Upholstered INCLUDES 50 HP MERCURY 264-1617 '

Individual Bucket Seats with Storage and GALVANIZED TRAILER -
Compartments In Back, Rolled and 'o>COMElY

Pleated Upholstered Rear Cross Seat Now only.."........... $ 3288Deep I
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JAX AIR NEWS'.AIRWINGER' PAGE 9 J F


E-3. E-4, E-5. examinations scheduled at Tax

ee Services Jax-The Office Educational has will not be honored. Leadership Examinationswill received after the deadlinewill are reminded that the I
that announced Training petty officersare also be administerednext not be honored. Enlisted Correspondence
3 examinations pay grade E- reminded that all Wednesday (Sept. 3)) Personnel must be E-4 Course. MilitaryRequirements i
will
administered be courses must be com- at Bldg. 500, Room 244. or on the advancement list for Petty
next Wed- pleted and turned in to the Again,all persons takingthe to be eligible for the E-5 Officers 3and 2i,5 required .1
nesday, Sept. 3, \
at Education Services Officeno tests will muster, with Military Leadership' for eligibility to take the E- 1
Building 500, Room
244. later than 12 noon, I.D. cards and in uniform, Examination: 4 test.
Personnel taking the E-3 Tuesday, also< in order for at 1 p.m. Persons in pay grades E-
exam will muster, with their candidates to be All recommendationsmust 2,and E-3 are eligible for Take stock in America.
I.D. cards and in uniform, eligible for the exam. be received in' ESOno the E-4 Military Buy US.Savings Bond; I I
at 7:45 .
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I OWCJ slates coffeeBy


Caroll\fcCamy arranged for many classesto
Jax-A "Get Acquainted" be taught through OWCJ ,
membership coffee is and instructors for these
on tap as the first event of classes will be attendingthe
the new season for the coffee.
Officers Wives Club, Twenty different,
Jacksonville. classes, from macrame to
Mary Ann Green, wife of furniture refinishing, will
Rear Admiral Normal K. be offered to OWCJ
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Green, will be hosting the members;, and, we're all
get-together at her home, looking forward to a !
Quarters A, NAS proposed one-day shop-
Jacksonville,, next Wed- ping trip to Bermuda.Representatives Y 4
nesday, Sept. 3. from 'P'
The Club advisors and Navy Relief, Red I Cross,
new officers will be on International Club and
hand to greet prospective Navy Special Services will
members. Ann ,Aut, our be, attending next Wed
new president, is looking nesday' coffee to present
forward to an even larger information on their
membership and more respective programs and .
agtp..wYf.E.i'
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participation this year sign up volunteers.No r
than in the past. reservations are SCHOLARSHIP PRESENTATION-Mr*. C. Paul Johnson,loft,Scholarship, Chairwoman for!
Meli Sears, second vice necessary. The coffee is Officers Wives Club Jacksonville, presents educational scholarship. to Stave.Taylor and Tra<
Kr ,spin.. _
president and programchairwoman free and all wives of
has military officers, active or
retired, living in this,area Officers wives award 'scholarships. f
are cordially invited to &
attend. Jax -- Two ..students, Institute of Technology in retired. ;
received scholarships this Atlanta where. he is Applications for;
5 ACRESHeavy CPO wives set week from the Officers majoring in nuclear 'year may be obtain
Wives Club Jacksonville engineering. writing to the Bi '
Oaks in Clay County. Monday meetingJaxEmma during the organization'sboard Tracy, a graduate of Navy Person!
Low down payment. $88 per meeting, Aug. 25. Terry Parker Senior High Dependents Schol
mo. NO LOW LAND. Lake Taylor, publicity Steve ,Taylor, son of School, will be attendingthe Program, WashingtC.
privileges.West director,announces the membersof retired Navy Lieutenantand University of Floridaat 20370. t'I
the CPO Wives Club will hold
Central Realty, Inc. their regular business meetingnext Mrs. Frank Taylor, 'Gainesville where he '}
Broker Monday (Labor Day), Sept. and Tracy Kryspin, son of plans to major in
13782308ANYTIMEI 1 beginning at 8 p.m. at the CPO Lcdr. .and Mrs. Edwin economics and law. Sickle Ce
Pub. Kryspin, accepted their This was the fourth time c..
An election of officers, will scholarships from OWCJ the OWCJ has awarded set
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group
:ollow the regular meeting.JCPenney ;
'Scholarship Chairwoman, such scholarships to )) nr
Mrs. C. Paul Johnson. children of regular or lit
Steve will be entering his reserve Navy and Marine local din
junior year at Georgia Corps officers, active or
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I : NAS Women of the Year. I IJax



.. Twelve outstandingwomen reflect upon the Importance of daily routine and according to
representing their equal opportunities for women to her supervisor, displays the zeal,
various departments and tenant progress in any kind of endeavorof rv Y spirit and untiring effort
units at Naval Air Station their choosing, free from the necessary for the successful
Jacksonville, were recognizedthis burden of prejudice and bias," accomplishment of her assign- 1
week as "NAS Women of The Capt. Bernstein stated and thenproceed ments in EEO.,
Year." Connie Chapman is an administrative
Immediately following the assistant in the
raising of colors last Monday, the VI Navy Exchange office. She has
Aug. 25, by Marine Sgt. Rita C. at NAS in that
,.. 'served the people
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Hannon, SA Leatrice J. Soch, J capacity for 25 years and. "herSusan
and YN2 Patricia J. Norton I, : Chapman '-,\ ...-.: "-.f'-- Shirley Kinney
(front page photo), Capt. Karl J. of the station ..? t
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Bernstein, Commanding Officer Opportunity I newcomer to the station (she
NAS Jax, proclaimed this week i an exemplary signed on in July 1974)),Susan has
(Aug. 25.19)) as "Women's in all people that received many plaudits for her
Equality Week." \. beyond her normal outstanding clerical work and
"I urge all of our people to willingness to put forth the extra
l1' tasks.'t"' effort needed to get the Job done.
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control D.Forrest
Works d >','.:,\.
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deeds and accomplishments ,
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starter
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mind Dorothy Decuers, representingthe :
Civilian Personnel Depart- :
stantly ment, her ..
while mainly through own ;"
initiative and desire, has
Alma Ainslejr assigned DecriersTARYRMES I \ "
elevated herself from a GS-3
rating in 1960 to her present .
position as a Personnel Staffing Betty J.Lansing
Specialist (GS-11)). She's a
communicator and is often called Shirley Kinney,a supervisor in
upon to present briefings and the Personnel Services Depart
!) speeches due to her ability to ment,is a prior selectee as NAS
express herself equally well Civilian of the Month. Her job in
orally and in writing. Special Services allows her op-
Susan D. Forrest works in the portunity for daily personal
Quality Control SectionPlanning contact with many people on the
Division, Supply.Department. station,a pleasurable experiencefor
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I: .honored here this week, 7 "

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Betty Lansing is one person
almost everyone at NAS has met, Y- Branch of the Resources Criteria for submission of the
atone time or another, She works i f, Management Department, A nominations were: exhibition of
f in the Security Department congenial worker' with superior motivation and self-
issuing personnel passes, vehicle capabilities, Flo is also an active improvement, demonstrated
I registration stickers and member and past president of the outstanding ability to com

providing secretarial support toHMlMarlene American Businesswomen's' municate and work congeniallywith
Assn. others, and community
; T, f f involvement.
"Once we had all the

nominations," Lucelle states,
I j"" "the committee's job began; and,
JuanltaMcMahanJuanita it was a most difficult one.
McMahan is Gloria Riebsame "All the ladies are obviously
R
W. a journeyman
d "Women of the YearOur task
rwI ., computer operator in the humanitarian duties in the ,
; Data Processing was to decide which best
Center. In clinics, a position she's well.
and
exemplified the traits
4 addition to _
1 being .
highly capable
; and .ns qualified for,having served in the qualities most representative of
r proficient on the e y:
job
,
sne
displays a nursing business, for almost 14 all the women employed at NAS
warmness for
t people
that exceeds 't" years. and therefore,our NAS Woman of
Magic
: today's standards in :' One of these ladies ,will be the Year," she says.
I.' selected as NAS Jax Woman of "We will reveal our choice
her supervisors. She was the 1975 Esther Schultz the Year tomorrow, Aug., 29, tomorrow," Lucelle announces.
\ United Fund Chairman for her during a luncheon in their honorat Capt. Bernstein, in his
department and is actively involved the CPO Club. Announcementof proclamation of Women's '

: in numerous Women's Esther T. Schultz is the Navy that selection will be in nextweek's Equality Week, noted that"great
Week activities. Finance Office representative in JAX AIR NEWS. advances are being made to
the NAS Woman of the Year
in
HMI Marlene Magie,a Leading 4 program. She began her careeras promote equal opportunity
Government regardless of theemployee's
Petty Officer in the Patient Affairs x. a GS-2 clerk-typist and, in only All departments and tenant sex.
Service Branch of the Naval 14
years, has worked her
way up'to units at NAS Jacksonville were "Women should be protectedby
Regional Medical Center, and the her present position as a GS-12. Invited to submit nominations for the laws of this Nation to
only military lady on the Womanof Esther is the only female
Flo N. holding the Woman of. Year, assure their right to participatefully
Schoder
the Year nominee list, is a the position of Executive
explains Lucelle Wood, NAS in every aspect of our
hospital corpsman with over 17 most situations. She's a memberof Assistant in the field of finance Federal Women's Coordinator. society; and
years of steadily devoted serviceto the Riverside Chapter of the activities.
Supervisors of the various work "It must be recognized that
the U.S. Navy and mankind. American Business Women's areas were asked for recommendations attitudes cannot be changed by
She's a most capable leader and Assn. and was selected as Gloria Riebsame is a nursing and these, in turn, laws alone and that there still
teacher and has often been Woman of the Year for her assistant at the Naval Regional were screened for each depart exists much work to be done to
recognized for her work in the chapter in 1972. Medical Center. She assists the ment's nomination, she con implement full equality of the
Navy's Equal Opportunity Flo N. Schoder is a supervisorin nurses in all traditional hospital tinues. sexes."
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.:: Base ext.2431 or 771.4274 Base ext.215 or 7714274.

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I Women's new era role .::.::::.::o:.::...1:1::::::.:::-;:11111111i11111.:,:,:;':':':"11:11l1111111':__"""j11111111111"""""""11111111"""""111@"' .....111:1111...:.;.....1......1.......:.f:1.:......-::1.:..11111111t1111ili111........................1111:1111111111111111111...:;.....................!11..:.:1.:....1...::1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1.:..:...:..:..:..:.:.;..:.:...:...::1:1:1:1:1:111:1:1:1.:.:.:.:.:..:.:.:....::1i:1.-::::..:......::..:.:.:.. I

described as humanBy Merit Promotion Program

Often they may be found in the
Carolyn K.Kenyon rural areas, and among the
(NARF) world's millions of illiterates Jax-Encouraging the forms 'in Room 123, positions that are open
Letter to Editor (most of whom are women, according interest of all employees in Building 907. Obtaining continuously. The

,to United, Nations the Merit Promotion forms at this source will following announcementshave
A new era for women has statistics).These women may not
officials of the insure that all, with
begun. even be aware of the rights to Program, proper : been published
In a fast-changing world, more which they are entitled and Civilian Personnel forms are submitted and closing dates, as indicated.

and more women demonstrate therefore never exercise those Department are offering will expedite the rating 151-75 Storage Manager,
unwillingness to accept the rights within the family, com information on openings process for selection. GS-2030-11 9-08-75

passive, subordinate and munity or nation. through a telephone Certain items on 155-75 Management
restricted roles played by women not
Women' are a minority
throughout history in most numerically. Women service on extensions 2320 Standard Form 171 have Assistant, GS-344-5 8-29-75
group
societies. constitute half the total and 34481: been changed by the Civil 156-75 Industrial

They are striving for an end to population of the world. By Although all an- Service' Commission, and
all discriminatory laws and limiting women's participation in nouncements on vacanciesare until new forms are Specialist (Aircraft), GS-

practices in which they see development, societies deprive posted on Official available, ''Form'GC51 1150-12 9-02-75
themselves and their con- full talents of
themselves of the
temporaries as the victims; they half their members. Bulletin Boards,. many must be attached to 17l*s. 161-75 Munitions In-

seek the opportunity to have an Any change is frightening, times announcements on All ungraded, non- spector, WG-6502-9 9-02-75

equal part with men in at- especially changes affecting both positions that 'are open supervisory' positions 165-75 Production
tempting to create a better world politics and sex roles. continuously are not require specific sup Controller (Aircraft) GS-

for all and to participate activelyin The point women do not seemto posted and other an- plemental forms, and 1152-9 9-04-75
the development of the be getting across is that they ,
societies in which they live., do not want to exchange places nouncements are Inad- supervisory appraisal '
A great change has been taking with men nor do they wish to vertently removed, ac- forms are required for all Red Cross offers

place in) the hearts and minds of imitate men.Women cording to Ralph Story, applications, processed
women. want to change the Personnel Staffing under the Merit Promotion'
While many cry out in anger present economic: system to one Specialist. Program training course
against injustice and inequality, based more on individual merit.
there are millions whose"voice Women are not asking for role New opportunites for Prior' to completing

may not be heard, but who are reversals. They are asking for promotions are announced applications, employeesare Jax-The American Red

forced into a life of misery, individuals to'be free to choose weekly, Story: says, and cautioned to read ross will conduct ,a

overburdened by constant according to individual talents applications for positions Merit ,Promotion an- volunteer training courseat
childbearing, poverty, overworkand and preferences.Prime .
Naval Medical
which are open con- nouncements in their Regional
ill health. Minister Olof Palme of
Sweden said it so well, "It is tinuously may be filed at entirety to insure com- Center, beginning Sept. 15.

human beings we shall eman any time. pleteness of applicationsand Interviews for those

Take stock in America. cipate." Personnel interested in eligibility for the interested will be held on

Buy US.Savings Bonds. Not women, not men just filing for promotions are promotion.Next Sept. 11 and 12. Call 772-
human beings. That is what this urged to obtain required week JAX AIRNEWS 2218 or 2219 for details and
week is all about!
,will publish,a list of interview appointment.
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REQ. $H1.l BUNK OUTFIT ,
EARLY AMIRICAN CAPTAIN'S IUNK '3Wcu.ln.trtg bpd map Wheels
WITH BUNKIB S" FOAM MATTRESS sr' a. :.1l..1 e.d with f Ld 71 PLY FURY III 11250 p.*.;,orange w-white vlntarlorM
Perfect for your child's room. Storage drawersand ; r: ....twrty.....*....},U..*...]..iLA'Z.BOV "Mil, 4dr, Auto, R&H, PS, Flct.AC- BUICK OS Nfl
shelvts. Spindle back h ad olrd. SAVE $21.10 ST'7' 9S ....... 70 OLDS M 2dr.H.T., auto, R&H, p.s., pwr'
., 7'-.t., ,,?, braktsMDODOI
**,pwr seats, p.w., auto, R&H, CHARGER U7S
8talu( 1taHte4 4Itet7Ut4(I.OHt 8a( PS, PB, V-roof, F.ct.AC R.T. Auto VI PS, Mag. What) ,
new paint lobSIFORDMUSTANG'
TO BUICK
SPORTS WAOON IHS
BrojhIll ClNflAl lUCIIICIICI a..u SINGER, 4 Pass, SI50
Auto V-0, PPB, R&H, .
.................../ IlCofednsttoe' Fact.AC 303 cu.ln. J-spd, reel nice
71) DODGE POLARA illS
HUNTER toteLaney .. 4dr, ..,
ODSVLVANIA. A"v ** 70 VW STATION WAGON $150 auto R&H p. Fact.AC
MFORDOALAXIB Ins
PHI e>> Q KMOEHLCN 8OOk..OO_; TOYOTA CORONA t,7S Double sharp, auto, V4, ps, AC
@WIS1ln&hOUSI *fr, 71 PLY DUSTER Nfl
A lEUREKA HAMILTON BEACH @ n\'la1. auto R&H,_Fact.ACMPLYSATKLLITB 6cyl, stand.trans. {

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BctdccJHOME M BUICK LESABRA MM mileage ::
Auto, R&H, PS, PB, Faet.AC '41CHEV.BISCAYNE IUS :::
f 6cVl. Auto R&H, Air-Condifiorr ::
FURNISHING CENTERS
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lilrf SMIIittr"w* v_ CALL: 387-3566 -

e
Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than J are ,
arriving too late for this deadline will be pub"..shedml Publication! T9 fOllowing Thursday, Ads
otherwlst.i A check or money order for he fOllowing week unless the publisher Is Instructed '.
' cost Of the ad must be received WITH the
RATE minimum charge U lines) ...12.50 Per copy.

Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,.565 SHIRLEY AVE.additional tine ((4 words per line) ...60t

,JACKSONVILLE FLA.,32210 Thursday, Aug.28 Sunday, Aug.31

II "DOG POUND SHUFFLE," a "FUNNY LADY" a musical

10E HERITAGE SOUTH drama starring Ron Moody and comedy starring Barbara

E MlSCELLANEOUSti This Immaculate 3BR., 1V2BA. Home, FHA-VA DUPLEX RIVERSIDES POINTS David Soul. G. 97 min. Streisand and James Caan. PG.
,
tenant helps make
has CH&A, WW Cpt., your
range, DW, payment Friday, Aug.M 138 min.
Only! $22,500. Call 3884491.
garage, fncd.
LIVE CRAISWilford' yd., w-Frult trees & a "THE BLACK WINDMILL "
Monday Sept. 1
det.
Fish Camp WX20 CB workshop. Less than WANTED NAVY PEOPLE an action drama starring "BILLY JACK western
,244-9707 $8,900. equity assume present loan Interested In a
buying \4A+ zoned
TWO Michael Caine and Donald drama Tom
FIREPLACES build, trailer lot $36.mo. Send post starring Laughlinand
GEORGE'S KENNELS Towering trees, with 4BR. 2BA, card for Info. to: Char-Lar Estates on Pleasance. PG. 106 min. Delores Taylor. PG. 114 min.

Dogs A Cats Boarded Home w.CH&A, tarn rm:: hUg Crescent Lake P.O. Box 67, Pomona Saturday,Aug.30"FAT Tuesday,Sept.2

Since 1925. Grooming Visitors training welcome.& Master$32,500. FHA-VA.BR., fncd. yd. w.BBQ Pit. ,Park, Fla. 32081. Call after 6, 1-649- CITY," a drama "HANDS OF THE RIPPER," a

shipping.Bankamerlcard & Mastercharga BELLAIR 4556- starring Stacy Keach and Jeff horror feature starring Eric

honored. Off 1.10 Near Casut Ave. & This 3BR. Home hIS AC, eat-in. kit., EQUITY SALE Bridges. PG. 97 min. Porter and Jane Merrow. R. 92
Edgewood Ave. Patio' fncd. yd., only $22,500. FHA. 3BR., IViBA., 11X20 Den, $25,500. Free kiddie matinee (beginning min.

SOlS Edgeweod Court.783-UM VA. LARGE CORNER LOT at 2 p.m.) Episode Three, Wednesday Sept. 3
VENETIA 3BR., 2BA., Den, Patio, utll. rm. w-
TYLER A-C (LAKESHORE) This 3BR. Home has WW cpt., refrlg, workshop. $32,500. Call 781.1388 aft. "ARENA OP DEATH," of the "HURRY UP OR I'LL BE

Repairs on auto AC, Central Units & drapes, excel location. Only $19,006.RIVERSIDE hrs. serial, "UNDERSEA THIRTY," a modern drama
window units. 4711 Palmer Ave. 38.. VA. OTIS L. PHILLIPS KINGDOM." 19 min. "ANDY starring John Lefkowitz and

5161. Realtor.M.L.S.7I1.13" THE MARRIAGE COUN.SEUOR" Linda DeCaff. R. 88 min. .
This 2BR..Home h" fireplace, fam.FRESHLY .
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS rm., WW Cpt., 2.c.r garage, only i't ),RENTALSORANGE ,%? ;41:, segment of the Andy CocI1DgLegeDd: _r
King size bed$90.,Queen size bed US., $21,000. FHA.VA. Griffith Show short story. 26 min. G General Audience, PG.

Box Spring, Mattress d Frame. 399. PAINTED >> PARK And,the main feature, "NAVAJO Parental Guidance Suggested.R .

5990. This 3BR., 1W8A. Home has Fla. rm., 3BR. House, Furn. or Unfurn. 3 min. TRAIL RAIDERS," an hour-long Persons Under 17 Require
BUILDING MATERIALSUsed huge lot, Is vacant 8 can be occupied to NAS. Conv. to schools. No least western. Accompanying Adult.

Lumber HAS All sizes.. Clean immed. Seller will pay Buyer's required. Will rent to families or
closing costs. $26,000. bachelors
VA.MEADOWBROOK 2646884.
NAS..
well seasoned. Bldg. 520. 771-
BEAUTY
1707. OPPOSITE NAS JAX. 'OOPIL WAGON
This 3BR. Home has CH&A,nice fncd.
ARTICLES FOR SALE yd., w-many, many trees, det. shed, Off 120th Street i 1i jJttI KT l!! Sharp, gas saver, no cash down, loW
Mobile Homes 8. Apts. for rent. 1BR. mo. pymts. 3583337.
desks, chair desks, only $22,500 FHA.VA.
Salvage Lockers units for mature adults. Nice for '69 GRAND PRIX
plumbing, Flourescent lights, etc. OAK HILL singles. From $75. Mo. Larger Mobile Sharp, Auto., AC, no cash down, low TtCLCAMINOSS
Exhaust Fan. NAS Jax. Bldg. 520.771. This 3BR. Home has Ig. LR.,sep. DR., homes from $100.Mo. Children mo. pymts. 3583337. Loaded, xtra clean,
1707. eat-In. kit., WW Cpt., fully fncd. only Call 3553001.
welcome. Justiss Trailer Park, 389-
$23,000. FHA-VA. VEGA WAGON
73
OF AMERICA. 3007. 1974 KAWASAKI tot
NAT'L.SOLS.CLUB JACK V.FOREHAND,CORP. Auto, AC, no cash down, low mp.
21 Dr. 4,000 MI., brand new,
Info 21 Century
call for
Write or R e a l tor-M.L.S. 771-8846 FOR RENT ORANGE PARK pymts. 3583337. Call 3553001.
Jax., Fla. 322U.; 724.5153. LOCATED ON 10JRD STREET 3BR., 2BA., CH&A, Fenced yd., DbIG,
Between Cecil Field i NAS carpet, 771-2807 or 7722424. ',, FORD FAIRLANE 68 PONTIAC LEMANS
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONINGand 6 cyl., Auto, AC, no cash down, low No cash down, low mo. pymts. Auto Si
$19,000. QUIET MILITARY WANTED Air, 3553001.
mo. pymts. 3583337.
HEATING UNIT Owner pays ALL Closing Unfurn. 3BR., 2BA., screened porch,
4.ton saves electricity with phase 3BR., IViBA., Concrete Block, compl. fenced swim. pool, carpet, drapes,
operation. Low hours, excellent fncd.,new paint In&out. New carpets, stove, refrlg. washer, dryer hook-up,
condition. Phone 387-3564, weekdays 9- 2AC's, wired for Dryer. $250.mo.with$250.security deposit &
5. VANSANDT REALTOR 389-3549 lease. 771-6303 for appt.

1125.00 BY OWNER FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM APT Chief Say
Cabinet base with built In counter top 3BR., 2BA. Fam. rm., Carpets, Big :
avail.,
Near NAS 8. Cecil, pool
range t oven with glass door,timer 8. Drapes,Fen. Bk.Yd.,3 MI.from NAS. Iu'I
clock. Cabinet base Is 63 In. long & 24 Owner will fin. 7ttpct. 268.9982. S80.MO., 7710348.MOBILE 4 We do not sell

In. wide Hotpolnt. M4J90I anytime.197526'TRAVELTRAILOR .
HEAVENER REALTY CO. J HOMES \\:1:
seconds
Orange Park Office orblemished
Argosy by Airstream, comp. equip., 264.1222 WE BUY AND SELL
AC, stereo sys.. Etc.. Etc., org. S9SOO. WHY WAIT GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES tires.

Sell for.17500. Ph. 7729932. Take time to see this 3BR., 2BA. CB Phone 388-4619

GOLF CLUBS Home In a nice area. Close to new I WHY PAY RENT I II

Ladles set $20., men's (left.handed) mall. Big corner lot,fenced lawn, & on I have several mobile homes locatedin
130., antique green Mediterranean a nice street. $27,500.00. BPP All the Immediate area of NAS. These MONARCHSTEEL

bedroom set $200.. 20 gal. aquariumwith Terms. units are already set up In parks and
accessories $30., child car seats 2.2 ACRES i HOUSE available for Immediate occupancy.
Very nice place In the country. 2.2 Is to state tax
bedspreads, curtains. 2690616.PARTYTRANSFERRED All that is required pay
acres of beautiful land all cleared 8 fees and assume payments,some as -..
except for nice shady trees. House Is low as $62.00 per mo. I am not a
Must sacrifice Singer Zlg-Zag sewing custom built Peachtree doublewlde dealer. For further Info call 398.6976M. '
machine, almost like new. Overcasts, mobile home. 3BR., 2 full Bths, car. Manls. BELTED
dig zags, patchomatlc, etc. Balance peted, shingle roof & residential .
$76.10 or assume $12. per month siding. Truely a nice country home. '73 KINGSWOOD TRAILER RADIAL
payments. Phone 7310255. $19,000. Good equity buy.CONVENIENCE $500., Take over payments. $87.26 Ph.
PLUS 7727155.
1974 SEARS KENMORE With this 4BR., l'/BA. Home. CH&A, MILE TIRESGUARANTEE
Model 1320, Zlg-Zag Portable sewing carpets, Ig. fam. rm., equip. kit., [I TRANSPORTATIONE2'S l 40,000
machine. Like new. Only $125.00 7S6- fenced bk. yd., located on a Ig. corner

2832. lot. Won't last long for $35,000. and & UP,NO CASH NEEDED

BPP. arranged, for low mo.
FULL SIZE CANOPY BED UNDER $30,000. Financing Good dependable used cars, a
Mattress & springs. Orange Velour There's few of these priced homes left pymts.selection 388.6422.NO ER70x14FR70x14 3327
sofa bed, 2 end tables & coffee table. In this area. Hurry It won't last long. good

388-7678. 3BR., 1', BA., 1230 sq. ft. home with CASH NEEDED $ '
BEAUTIFUL lazy fam. rm. Call for more. In 1971 Chevy Caprice 2DR. HT, AC, 35GR10x14or5
FOR SALE
formation. $1595., or low mo. pymts. 388 6422.
264-
23" $150.
RCA Color T.V Console REALTY CO.
HEAVENER
5774. NO CASH NEEDED
_
Park Office
Orange 1968 Chevelle 37,000 MI.,6 cyl., $895. or $3783
17FT.TRAVEL TRAILER J44-12M_
Elec. Brakes, Awning AC I Heater, low mo. p 'mts. 3886422. .

stove i refrlg.. sleeps $900.00 Firm. BY OWNER GAS SAVER lower
778-1570., 57IS Monroe Smith Rd. IBR., 2BA., LR, Hall, Fla. Rm., WW 1972 Vega, No cash needed, $1095. or 14 All other prices proportionately ,
Cpt.,AC, New Roof 8. Paint, Lg. shade ,low mo. pymts. 3886422. F.E.T. from 3.04 to 3.42
jjJ frees, Fncd., Bk. Yd. $22,500. FHA
t ftREAI. ESTATE
Tin Guarantee
\ppr.Wlll Flnan. Ph. or see aft. 4p.m. NOCASH NEEDED Passenger

"SH I PMA TES" vkdys.. All day Sat. & Sun., 7713599. 1970 Mustang,sharp, $1095. or low mo. 14 .Cur uteri nmst 11 road lusts tor tin hit it On n\ut treat It tat I lads we vii it Mcptui.

Courteous personal Real Estate pym ts. 388.6422.NO .topic' it ir replace it.chtrMf irij lor On trtri wit N I pwatu- Hurt il t tN tuned

Service. Call Joe Roplak, Realtor. JUNIOR OFFICERS CASH NEEDED pace( ttU.tivuttri .
Associate, with Blanding Agency Inc. this spacious brick AT, AC, sharp, $1595. or watt! tow Ml tar! i tpttilwl Muter it_tin.II treat mn nt iI the pent
You must see 1971 Scamp tII.e..erc.lts ,
sUrf it tit arrest pace ita
Realtor"MLS" home In Oak Hill Beautiful landscaping low mo. pymts. 388-6422. 44 1...*replace tlurim br nltin net n i SfiriU .
buy. IxdaleJ ""
BUI.771-IOU Aft. Hrs.7117715FOSHEB & a great equity If71MG8Elec.
2BA's, a
Features Include 3BR's Tires, Clean
Radial
8. Overdrive,
CH8tA
REALTY beautiful panelled fam.rm. Car. 2640632.
Immediate cash for your equity, none dbl. gar.g.
too large or too small. ATTENTION COMMANDERS '73 KAWASAKI J/
M8-1SII Broker, This outstanding home In Conf. Pt. Is 250 c.c., F-11, dirt bike, good cond., .
lust what you were looking for 2,000 spare parts, $450. Must sell. 7862832.
a IaiAetIcs
BR's, p.nelledfam. '
"CENTRAL AI R" sq. ft. includes 3 Ig. kit.w- 1973 CL 175 HONDA
beautiful
Spotless 3BR., 1VBA., sep. Din. rm., rm. corner fp, garage w- 250., 6600 MI., luggage rack, Phone e. I
W-W Carpets ft. drapes. Range & breakfast area & roomy 771.59"

Refrlg., Garage, fenced, all this' can workshop. Call Today.ATTENTION MEN PLACEWe
ENLISTED LLOYDS CORVETTE
be bought VA FHA.
BUYTHISEQUITYI2BR. or Looking for a nice place to live that Buy L Sell Corvettes
? Then don't miss this '634 Cassat Ave. 3883311.
afford
w-Carpets range & refrlg., you can of
on an acre Y
Fenced. Only $2500. 8. assume 2BR.,2BA.,81 tarn rm. $17.900.
Payments. Call Now. snd Priced to sell at only '69 FORD TOR.FASTBACK

SERVICE REALTY, INC. DAN JONES ASSOC.Blvd., INC., V-8 Auto., no cash down, low mo.

7478103rd Street M17 Standing 311..1801lealtor jymts. 3583337.
R ea ito r.M.L.S. 778-4050-24. -M.L.S.







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r-----. ---.r.a.r.-r---.oa..w..r-sr.. federate Point Road..771-3211, ext Sale or Trade-6 Buick Skylark
431, 432 433 Wire Wheels 56 Ford P.M. Parts,
50 Merc. Parts, 68 Chevelle

THE FLEET MARKET For Sale-12/ pc. DINNERSILVERWARERogers Bucket Seats, Need Parts for 50

( AAA Ford 772.1375 ,
plate) $90 Call 771-3211 ext 8133 ..
1 Mon-Frl 9.2 Ask for "Agnes"For 1971 FORD 302.V8 with C4 Auto
A FREE Personal Want Ad Service for Military and Civilian Employees of NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field ; Trans Includes floor shifter,

i Sale: Two NEW L-60x14 drlveshaft/ linkage, lines and
FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM
tires. $15 for both. Please 771.2961 exhaust, low mileage. excel.

Ads will be published no more than three3)( ) Times. 1 ..--.. cond. 772.1375
NOTE' ... ... .
1 Limit Ad to 20 words or less. 1 English Estate, Officially -

j '. ., 1U Reassigned, NEW 4BR, 2 car' For Sale: Custom .243 RIFLE,
'. garage, fully carpet ;CH&A, 350 Rounds 30.06 hunting: ammo,

''i. '.: "0 .. '" ." Lease or Sale Avail. Sept. 1, 771 19"'TV 772-0896 or ext. 3230. -
2263 work 778-2355
f '; t' I

; ., I ,For Sale-16' Fiberglass SKI For Sale.66 FORD FAIRLANE
BOAT with. 85 HP Evinrude/ 500-ATPS' Runs good, good tires ,
II TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW. 1 Engine and Gator Tilt Trailer. $300, Call 389.2955 after 5pm and '
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. '. $1400 Call 264-7736 after 5pm weekendsFor

I i ...........'

I. : I .1971 MACH 1,351 engine, 4 speed, Sale: Kimball Swinger 800
f Y Name Office or activity to which assigned ORGAN "The Entertainer" Orlg
I AM-FM Stereo, PS PB, Air ,
; ..
I Cond, New Radials. $1800 Call $1700 now $1300 Like newHardlybeen
264.7736 after 5 touched: PH 778-3535
1.: Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature II'

I' 1.Advertising will be accepted only from active and his signature, grade or rank.rate, office or FREE: Mix Breed Puppy 3 For Sale: Buscher 'Tenor
military or civilian/ employee personnel assigned to activity to which he Is assigned and office telephone. .I months old female. Good with SAXOPHONE Call Larry Brown
F NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. This Information Is for authentication only and your 1 Kids, Very lovable. 'Call 778-1576 ADJ3, Ext 555, VA-45 Line'
ad should be 'worded Independently of this In. Field
I Division Cecil :'
2.Free'advertising In, the "FLEET MARKET" formation. Forms must be clearly typed or printed.NO -
Ib' will be limited to: Offers to buy sell or rent housing machine reproductions will be accepted. Relocating-A little bit of
t for personal use as a residence, 'these ads will be everything for' sale. Tools, For Sale: Ladies 27" 10-speed
.accepted only If the words "PCS" (for military), or' Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In 1 Camping Equipment, Household touring BIKE 8 months old, $80.00
1 "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the the following edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads ,
books, etc. Weekdays new.Will sell for $50.00 Platinum
Jacksonville area) are Included in the wording of the arriving after that date or ads held out because of furnishings
ad. Offers to buy or sell personal property; offers of space limitations, will be placed in ,the following 8.4 772-222V color. Call 771.1779
I ;: or requests for rides to and from work, announcements week's edition. Ads will be run only one time, unless 1 ..........
of educational courses offered by nonprofit submitted as prescribed above. OLDS-Delta
I' organizations or government agencies. Ads 1972 Royale, 4dr, Air (Continued on page 17)PUSSYCAT )

I for pets will be carried only when accompanied by 6.No phone calls will be accepted regarding 1 Conditioning, Power .Steering-
I the word "Free" "FLEET MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR Power Brakes New Tires Good te
NEWS and AlRWINGER offices cannot provide Condition, Reasonable.. C.F. 281. rr
I 3.AII ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. 1 ..........;;; .
1 "FLEET MARKET" ad form which will be printed r
DUNE BUGGY-\W.Jdeal( for
in each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhandwill 7.All ads muM t be limited to 20 words each. No
I be refected. more than two(2)( ) ads per week per person*will be Deer Huntlng-$150.00/ Call 244-
1 accepted. 8176 after 5:00:: PM,
1
4 Complete ad forms must be mailed to "FLEET .--....'
I MARKET" Editor co JAX AIR NEWS. Bldg. 1, 8.Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a 1 1 1
I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212. business, or which do not meet the above Must Sell: 1973 Suncrest
These forms must provide all Information requirements, will be rejected. The publisher MOBILE HOME, 12x65, fur..
I requested, te: Full name of person submitting ad reserves the right to omit any or all ads. nlshed,'2BR, large living room &

) L .J Kitchen, small equity, assume
sari--ta ---tt.t_----t.------t------sue=-.-
payments PCS 282.1333 after 6

PCS For Sale 'or Rent-Orange heavy duty Doughboy-never Horse. 'Ph: 269-0953 after 6pm -
Park: 3 Bedroom 2 Bath ALL successfully used $75.00-Fisher For Sale: 1973 HONDA Civic/

BRICK HOME 269-0728 1317 Jax Ext.'3514 Eve: 282-1434 For Sale: 66 Ambassador, 327 Hatchback Auto. Trans, Radio,

Grove Park Drive, 1455 Sq.Ft. .......... cu.ln. V-8, PS, PB AT, AC, R&H Delux Interior, and. trim $1850
CH&A BIRO $37,000 assume 72 YAMAHA 175ce Sreet-Trail Tires like new One Owner Call Call 282.4659 nights
S'/aPct. VA Loan Like New 85mpg-Flsher Jax Ext. 398-9006 after 5pmSaleRattanWlcker .....-... / 111 i

.. ....-.... 3514 Eve 282-1434 For Rent-12x65 MOBILE HOME
For Sale GE ELECTRIC 'Papasan' 2Bd 1 Bath, front den, unfurnlsh/ ESCORTS

RANGE, self-cleaning/ oven, For Sale: Bean Bag Chair CHAIR, White with colorful tool shed gas tank, fence (Dancing Partners)

rotlsslery, meat thermometer, Swinging Doors ((1 set); 4 Wood cushion. A comfortable con- backyard, 5 miles from NAS after DOOR ADMISSION '.

many other features, cost $650 Chairs; Long Coffee table; versatlon piece. Perfect con 4:00: 772.1857 $175 HALF.PRICEIMon.Thurs. .;

new, used one year will sell for Assorted Wall Hangings.Ph 269- dition. Best offer over $95.00 269- For Sale: 1973 15' Cobia Bow ., 6.11

.- $350, 24,000 BTU AC For Sale$200 0953 after 6pm 0963 Rider. Red ;white, blue interior pmWALT'S
\ Built-in/ -Dishwasher for Sale $50 65 HP Johnson Motor. Skis and
Call 384.7378 For Sale: Antique Dr. Table SHARE RIDE Starting Sep. Accessories Included $2800 firm.
....
.- Suzanne tember 2, 1975 to Cecil Field
(Seats 1 to 10)) Lazy 264-5163 after 5 p.m.
16Ft. Circular Pool LINER. Corner Table Solid wood Hobby Naval Air Station from Con. :


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Radio Quad Tape, 6cyl, 6:00: PM Resembles Divers
FLEET 0J.MMtijJ Rear mags, 387.3680

4 1, .......... For Rent: ""BRICK HOME, Watch $12.50 264-7139

if i MINI BIKE 1973 Sears, 4 hor. Orange Park,3BR,2Bath, W to W (Continued on page 18)1,2and3

f (Continued from page u) sepower, new engine, clutch, Carpet, CH & A, Phone 772-7559
For Sale: 74 SUZUKI GT380, 2300 tires. Excellent condition, Call (PCS) $350Custom

I Hide & Acrylic PAINTING'S, miles, Immaculate, $800 For Jack 1-259.2385 after 5:00: pm .-..-.
f Hldea A Bed, Luggage Rack, Sale: 73
SUZUKI GT380, 8000 design gold and aqua
j Mlsc Articles for Sale 4812 Ulmer miles, Immaculate $700 Call 8163 Fuel Oil DRUM with Stand. 105 print COUCH, gold chair and BedroomsFrom

;. In Murray Hill 3880559PCSLg at Cecil on weekdays or come by 61. $25.00 PH Sat & Sun 772-8428 ottoman, excellent condition

1520 Donald ST. Apt.No.2For $250.00 389.1700 after 5 p.m. or
for .
Rent
Duplex In
For Rent: 2 BR trailer Large weekends.G.E. I $140 t
Orange Park off Doctor's Lake
Lot,
3
Sale miles west Cecil,
1969
Drive with access to pier on CHEV. 9 Passenger Mo Deposit $150.00 40" ELECTRIC STOVE, 4 IMMEDIATEOCCUPANCY
SW. Radio and lease
Reg. 786-
Doctors Lake $170 264-9974 Heater Power 2829 PCS Burners, needs oven thermostat,
-..-... Steering & Brakes, Elect Rear Avail. 1 Sept. good condition $50.00 Ph 384-7809

Window, and carcarrler ....
Amfllte BOWLING BALL, needs For Sale: 1972 CENTRAL HEAT AIR
tune up$700.00 firm, Call 387. 175E KAWASAKI Beautiful Solid Oak WALL to WALL
Ladles, Black JW 457 (Used one 905 Good Shape CARPET
after $350.00 786-2829 EXECUTIVE DESK
5pmOverstuffed with FULLY EQUIPPED
season), cloth, leeds zipper
matching chair, In laid Black top. KITCHENS
leather bag $25 641.1260 after 5 For Sale: HONDA POOL .
PETS ALLOWED
360 CB 1974 60x30 will blend with any home.
.. .. SOFA, ife
-- years old, $900.00
Exec. Cond Lo MI.. 786- office decor, $
excellent J..5984
condition
REFRIGERATOR: Two and one. scotchguard 2829 $50 SECURITY DEPOSIT'MILITARYONLY
half cubic feet Sears Coldspot. finish, very comfortable. $100.00 FOR SALE: 1974 Kimball

four months phone 268-0502 Swinger Organ (Plays cords
Used $150 Sell
Orlg. Antique COFFEE TABLE, I Minutes from NAS Jax Base
for $100 or offer. 7865146. Cherry with Leather Insert. 30 automatically) excellent condition 14 Minutes from NAS CecilrlNalf3lWoOd_
.--00 63 FORD FALCON, 2 Dr., Radio, Inches In diameter. w-all accessories. $700.
Wanted: Old Styled TRUNK Heater,AT, Good tires, Excellent 0742 after 6pm $30 Call 269- Call 388-9889

(Chest Type) In Reasonable Transportation and very For Sale-Mans WRIST
WATCH- 2045 JAMMES PH 711-3111
Condition for reasonable economical. 781. 185 Home. Elac 40A ...
. TURNTABLE
price. Model-Black-Sliver
with Two 'Caravelle
.. Work-Cecil Ext 8361 Ask for YN3 ; Mon.-Sat.,9.6; Sun. 1-6
Call CFX594 Shure
Cartridges, Just Speldel TwIst-o-Flex Band,
Sllef. .
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1971 HONDA 350 Twin Chopper
For Sale: Radio Controlled Pr
Have over$1500.00 Investedmustsell -
need money $500 firm 772- Airplane, Panasonic Cassette.AM VALUABLE COUPONWE'VE

2880 anytime TAPE PLAYER, Also, free
two mo.Mixed Breed PUPPIES

1974 HONDA Elclnor CR-125cc Ph781. 185 11 CLIPPED OUR PRICE

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Racer $550.00 Excellent .
con
2 BUCKET SEATS on Lockabel Vie wll/l/toteYOy, ,
dltlon. 55hp Mercury Outboard / l
-( _, byes,elign
Swlval your
boat motor, $350.00 Call 771-8604 Base Brown In Color. I __= "n/ (front tnd,rtpock(root
Ideal for Bass Boat Ski 1 1495
anytime or Boat '!' )' wheel btonngiouter
... $70.00 Pr. 771.1989 ). rr. ( only on ditc\' and
--- .......... '- bolonct two whttli. ,
FREE: Male COCKAPOO. Has '. NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE d
lots of love to give In exchange fora For Sale: TROMBONE ,w-case \ for factor air or torsion bar cant I

home. and mute. $40.00. Phone 264-4398 -< < Now til Am to do is clip it yourself. rViifIII1IPA
good 2627 P02 Hardin < you I
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GE REFRIGERATOR 2Dr, 19" Zenith TV $20 Motorcycle ( CKA GE OFFERuJll\\\
Helmet, $15. 1970 Z-28
Freezer across top. Has freon

leak but can be repaired. $25 Camero Rear anti-sway bar $20 I r 2 ways to charge, ...we're the
Contact CentoFante Ext 465 \_
DRAPES. 4Pr., 64ln., blue or ....MAMIRIC1A1. [
like 771-6673 !__ Master.Charge or BankAmerlcard other guys
fiberglass. new. $15. Ext 2852 .......
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or 771-4578, after Spm
64 DODGE PICKUP Needs work

For .WATERFRONT: -0 70 TOYOTA CORONA 4Dr, AT, BUCK'S TIRE CO.

Looks and runs good Contact
COTTAGE completely furnishedAC
CentoFante Ext 465 or 771-6673
105 feet on beautiful Ocean 1156 PARK AVENUE PHONE

Pond-reasonable 77 -1505;
For Sale 1969 HONDA 90 8 Speed a
U.S. 17 South 264 6431
Weekends 1-755-0440 (Lake City) ( ) -
PCS Trans 2x4 with HELMETS $150

2 -3358

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BABYSITTING In home,
my For Sale 1974 Gold DODGE

nltes and weekends 387-1247 .. .., ., .
DART Sedan, 1 Owner, AT, AC, va.xav vn"r' .p <;w. ; < .bjy n'""'NY' r u. +>+1p :RDM' Q. #!1lhiNRY sk( ?4jQ ..

PS, $3000. 26 -3358 .
For Sale Ted Williams 7Va HP t Lay, ar,La.ay a" : > i,3a ix l x osk K V: ':[- > mss' 5. r'.a < R u. <',"
Y < :: rr ; ga
Fishing Motor. New, used
never For Sale 14' Aluminum BOAT 2
Regular $200.00 for $150.00 cash. Evlnrude engines, HP.1 Boat,

Call after 4PM 264-6349 Has wooden sub-floor, full 4. d'4. TS ..at9L

flotation $300 264-3358
For Sale: Garcia Salt Water k

RODS with Penn Reels, 1 Garcia For Sale: Mlsc Household & $ Ar. Reel Call Paul at 771-8096 after
For Further Info .
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.1 DANCING GIRLSICONTINUOUS II Atlantic Bank of West Jacksonville is expanding again,.,
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ENTERTAINMENTI! II faster. September 1975 is the
REASONABLE PRICESI to serve you better...to serve you

II. opening date for our new Atlantic Motor Bank. Ten'new' '

I. n y. R&RLOUNGEI I "In and Out" drive through lanes conveniently located between tiB, Bank Atlantic of West

Boulevard. )scksonvilleNow
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.-AC.,& Heat $5.90ff, firm,.Moving PCS FOR,SALE: Brick home,,.4. FOR SALE: Baby crib and ,,.' "
t.
,::t1i1i1i1tm1 iii1! i1iM1jiiit:1i1iffii1i1iiiiiiiiMiii1iii: !! !!! !!! !!!!! !! i ii1i!!!! !1iijii!!! !!iiiiiiiiil@t"h'FLEET #! !!!!!#! !! ::; North 264-7361 after 5 bedroom; 2 bath garage, fenced mattress,' matching changing :.;

I yard, all amenities, 2 years old, storage table, synchromatlc.
MARKETContinued For Sale: 1973 Ventura Hat. Orange Park, 264-0996 swing, high chair, all In good '
chback AC, PS Radio, new steel condition 269-0897 '55

radials excellent condition $2950. Air Conditioner for sale 24,000 -......-. .
( from page 17) here, bike must at Call 3127 or 384.1374 after 5 p.m. BTU $75. Call"282-4894 Sylvania Home entertainmentcenter.
Colonial Hutch 7' high 32"w. go give away .....-..... ........... GT-Matlc
price of $825. 264-3045 or 7272 25" color, AM-
Base new $40. 6 Dining chairs ........- For Sale:: AMPEX Micro 87R For Sale Cadillac fleetwoodvery FM FM Stereo, garrard turn 'i':',
Icelandic Polisander wood w- WANTED: Spare 8-Inch trailer Cassette AM-FM Stereo Player nice see & make offer. 4751 table, 8 track, wood cabinet, 74 .'.

wine seats.$60. Call! Kent 264.1906 tire and wheel. 772-2413 Recorder, Speakers, Microphones, Lexington Avc.. ;....... model" like new. $700 call Ext. 434 i..
.......... $175. Phone 778.1483 after 5 p.m. or 771-2499< :'
For Sale: Couch & Chair $35. G.E. TV AM-FAA Record changer Real buy: Custom made 3 cycle .............. ?
trailer with removable y
Dinette, 4 chairs $30. Dinette, 6 console $30 Early Amer. Maple 73 Honda CB-450 Good Condition. camping Hutch-Hard sturdy wood needs '
chairs $45. 1966 Satellite, excellent $700 contact AN Nickerson Ext. storage attachment. Excellent. sliding glass.. $70. Tel. 778-0557
table & 4 chairs $75 drum table, J
condition $185. 269.1968
8404 from 8 to 4 or BKs 85 Cecil
second car $300. PH 384-. lamps $10 each 264-1590 after 6p.m. Field. ............ anytime. S ,:
6625 after 5. ........... ;
Olive Dishwasher $75. Carpets
Naugahyde chair brown, rolled
For Sale 1975 Monza 2+2 V-8, Air, $10, $15, $50, Maple table $25, .'
1974 Honda MT250, Under, 1700 Sharp Mobile Home Near NAS. with buttons, $60 nearly new. 786-
AM-FM Tape Deck, PS, PB, Maple twin bedsw-mattress $15.
Ml., extras, baby's 9528 t ,
many many Well built well Insulated central ,
Automatic Trans. $4,150. 772-3188 Misc. Items. 269.1968 ............. j
........... ............ Air Conditioner Excellent i I

of =1COST-70AMP PRE AMP. 70 1963 Classic dr. Lincoln Con dltlon 10,000 BTU $75. 2 single con-
Natts channel stereo. InputsFor vertible collector Item $1200 or
per beds W-mattresseSr: w $75. Tel.
;trestonelJ7 everything I 389-5905 J. Relan offer 268-2867 after 6 p.m. 778-0557


Sidewinder sail boat 16ft. dacron Electric Range $50. 120 bass Apache Tag-Along 1964
camper
main sail & |lb$700 PH. 778-2584 Italian accordlan $75. 600x sleeps 4,spare tire good condition

\ Il fi) telescope all accessorei 268-2867 $175. firm 778-0557 anytime
CAR FOR SALE: 1973750 Honda 9,000 after 6 ..........'

miles. Excellent Condition. 1975 Kawasaki 1 400cc S-3 3 .
cyl.
\J! LJ Custom paint and seat. 772-8393 1974 Kawaskl 175 Street and dirt
SERVICEVery model. 1950 miles. Crash bar and
o .......-. bike. Excellent condition. Low sissy bar. Like new. PH. 771-0800

Important Protection at Very Inexpensive Prices! 69 Dodge Monaco AC auto mileage Lester CUROLE, compression 772-2318 release. ......-..
transmission, good condition $500 For Sale: Whirlpool Dishwasher,
or best offer. Call Cecil Field Ext. like new large TV antenna VHF,
8295 John Nunes, Used Positive Traction Rear end
daytimeFor UHF and FM. Rugs, camping
can be used for parts. Fits Chevy'
equip etc. Ph. 771-0800
to icxii' Sale: Motorcycle trailer $15. Lester CUROLE 772-2318 '

holds 3 cycles good shape $110 1964 SAAB, as Is, utility trailer,
264.1356 PCS 197412x70 House trailer with big tent, camping gear, life
expanding living room all set up jackets, plants,' clothes, misc.
1972 Yamaha 60 cc mini ,enduro on lot. New $11,700 will sell at Sat. Sun. 4758 Avent Dr., 388-3314
and 1973 Yamaha 100 cc endurofor $9,000. 778-4073

sale. Both In. excellent con. Free Persian cats, loveable, call
dltlon. Call 771.5185 18ft. '1-0 Fiberglass 120HP 388.9028 after 1700
Mercrulser top & custom cover.

Cox tent trailer with stove, sink, trailer many extras Immaculate Bandsaw, Craftsman. Never
nY heater, Ice box, new canvas top condition $2,500. NAS used. Cost $312. Price $225. 2320
attached canopy, easily pulled by Ext:2740 Phone 771-2814 Egremont Dr. Orange Park,
'
small car. 786.5496 Phone 269-0143
Two ((2)) Match Grade 45 cal ...............
( Lawn"- Mower, Playpen! Walker, auto's excellent condition sell 15,000 BTU Wizard Air Con.
'" Toys. Early American Canisterset $220 and $180., AOC AnderburgNAS ditloner 220 V New Fan Motor

Men.Women.Chlldren! 2740 will return your call Runs good $100 or best offer. Call
Tire- avingPACKAGE clothing, tripod, 8'x20" pool 78i- 771-5933
5496 73 Honda 350 adult owned, always .....-.....

DEALALL ......_. garaged, no corrosion no accidents Camero, R.S. 327, 4spd, Mech.
Lady Kenmore Washer and show room cond. Many Cecil Ext. 8359 or 786-3269 after.5
Dryer. Brand new paid $400 will extras.Cllfton Janney Ext. 2240or p.m.
FOR ONLY sell for $250. 3504 or 3400 ask for 264.2305 after 1600

DT2 Skipper, Polaroid Super shooter plus with
under your car ......--.. Like new Double Dropslde crib, case, shoots any size color or BW
you the work we Horse Utility Trailer $300. Call w-new Simmons Innerspring film, used only. once, $25.2690059after
-," ..quickly and 786.4151 after 4:30: p.m. mattress & bumperpad $45.00 5 p.m.

............ Five Drawer Dresser to match ...........
$1099 we'll For Sale Home built 6' $35.00 Both for $70.00 771-0925 For Sale Pair Savard SA15K

5 tires and balance Polynesian bar, 2 wicker bar .......... Speakers 15" woofer, horn
Everything Stools $50. 772-7962 Wanted+ 6 Gal Gas TANK for tweeter beautiful 2" wood enclosure ,
like you would Johnson Outboard. 772-2413 $200 each. Call ext., 2955
from serviceprofessionals Sale, SharpHWCOUPEDeVILLE: ..-.......
like us. Fully Loaded, SLIDING GLASS DOORS for AMATEUR RADIO: Swan 240
Orig. Owner-$4000 Campbell Bath. Frame Work Included. SSB-CW Transceiver & Power
772-3305, AWH 264-1805 $25.00 Call 778-0538 Supply. All Coax, antennas and

.......... key Included. $175.00 Green Cove
ALE Ttrettone DLC-78 For: Sale.Lloyd's AM-FM.RADIO HONDA CR025CC 1975 Elsonore Springs 1-284-5081

w-BSR Record Changer..TT has Top Condition, Almost Show

DoubleBeltedRETREADS many extra features. Added Room Special $750 Must See to Sporty, Economical 1970. FIAT
bonus.: Call 2980 or 384-2472 after 5 Believe 771-8<<6DENNY'S 850 Spfder Convertible, 48,500

PN2 .DeLano miles, AM-Fm Radio Radial,
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Tires, Exc. Condition Un-
Sl485EAcH' believable Gas Mileage PH 264-

G78-14/15 2973 .:
51350' Black**!"! ..........
43C 10 SOC Fed.Uxexp '
and rtcapptbla Iir., 5,000 BTU AC, Like New. Used
$AvE E78-45 Bleck.ell one summer $75.00 Hammond
a6 to _a and plus rec.ppeble 43C Fed tax Ilr.up Sl620' 'EACH/ ff::::.::::<::&:::&Kaaftwsftw:: :: :: :::$:::::::::::::::::::::::: =?::::::;:::;:::::::::::- Piper ORGAN Like New con.

Set Bleck.e" 1 year old $800.00 firm Ext
r 48C to 82C ptr lire tin totup COCKTAIL LOUNGE 3558 or 786.5181after 5:00PM:
and recipp.ble .
a whitewalls 1.50. ch.' -
Portable Brother SEWING
The same aggressive tread design as our ..
.with nice surroundings! ,friendly' service
MACHINE-Sews stitch
Radial) Deluxe Champion." Superb stop-and- straight
start traction. food and drinks' and good company $25.00 772-8537 after 4pm
We set the mood... :

We also honor all you do is come in, relax, and enjoy... 64 CHEVY-//]' ton, '6cyUnder,
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OPENAN I---. ATMOSPHERE-GREAT DRINKS,TOOl recently overhauled, new, fue-!

ACCOUNT E e Open 11am til 10pm Sunday thru Thursday, pump, alternator, camshaft,
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'." Bicentennial Ball scheduled i:; I


,k r A Navy Bicentennial for the evening is dinner and tickets are available

I Birthday Ball has been dress white for officers at the Officers' Club, i
slated at the Com- and formal dresses for telephone 772-3041. >*

missioned Officers' Mess their ladies. Reservations 'ri,.
f (Open) on October 4 ac-

:i cording nouncement to by an Cdr. an-Al Liana installs officers I

Marsh, chairman of the Jax Jax-Betty Prim, an employeeof
Navy Birthday Com- the materials laboratory at the
mittee. Naval Air Rework Facility, has
I'f been Installed as president of the '
The festivities
f at the Liana Toastmistress Club.
formal affair will start at 7 Virginia Deakins, president
f p.m. with a no-host elect of Council Six, International
cocktail bar. A prime rib Toastmistress Clubs, was the
I, w 1L t tAIR sit-down dinner will be installing officer at the Liana's
luncheon meeting held at the NASOfficers'
served at 8:30: p.m. and
FORCE OPEN HOUSE Wlvtl of tht eWh Radar Sq., get a Club.
flrst-hancllook at one of the power plants In the facilities where their entertainment for the. Also elected for one-year terms
husbands work at NAS lax,during a recent open house. Mal.| RobertJ. evening will be providedby were Marguerite Clark, first vice
Ringleb, Squadron Commander, welcomed the visitors 1st Lt. the Sixth Naval District president and membership
AFB, Ga. them Ambassadors' chairman; Sue Wilson, second
Martin from Moody gave a briefing on lurvlvon'ben.flh Show Band.
vice and program
; and Warrant Officer Gibson of NAS provided them with The cost for the dinner is chairman president Katherine Juvik '
Information on shipment of household goods. ; Betty Prim
$8.50 per person and dress secretary; and Helen Goodale,. lOp
treasurer. Audrey Murray the

Exchange lists holid hours Civilian Personnel Dept., was employee of the NAS complex,
ay elected club representative.Joanne interested in improving' communicative '
Overstreet of the Sortes skills, is I.invited to
Jax The NAS Navy Monday, Labor Day, Sep Bowling Alley Snack Club at NAS Cecil Field, was attend the meetings on the second
guest speaker at the ceremony at ,
Exchange Officer an- 1. Bar 9 to 11 and fourth Wednesday each
a.m. p.m.
which Betty Murphy, outgoing
I month in the Avionics Division ,
nounces the following Cafeteria, Bldg. 118, E.M. Club, Bldg. 46, 5 to president, received a past-' Conference Room at NARF., 1 y '
; ;,:
activities will be open on continuous. 10:30: p.m.Express. president's award.
Store and The club's annual membership Mrs. Clark, 389-2901, may be
drive is now underway. Any contacted for details.Let's .
I New leave law proposedWashington Beverage Store, Bldg.
1884,9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Deli

Bar, 12 noon to 6 p.m.) '
A DoD existing law, eligible enlisted 19th Hole Lounge, Bldg. Clean Up America
legislative proposal that would
limit payments for unused accrued members leave based are on their reimbursed base pay for at 808, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. For Our 200th Birthday
Golf Pro 8 to 5
leave, but would raise the the time of discharge plus BAS of Shop, a.m.
enlisted BAQ-BAS rates paid in 70 cents per day and BAQ of$1.25.

the settlement for unused leave ( To receive the BAQ, an individual p.m.Naval Hospital Snack :: $: :$' 'X: : :::smimtt' :"* m$.< <<:w. ::- :",*: :xi.
has beeA presented to Congress.The has to be E-5 or above Bar, Bldg. H2080, 11 a.m. d ,
measure would limit the and have one or more depen I
to 8:30
entitlement to payment for accrued dents.) : p.m.Lodge Bldg, 803 Ii?: OR OTHER SELLORBUYAHOME REAL PROPERTY ;E
: leave to po more than 60 These rates and conditions Navy ..... .. = Ek
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days for an entire military have been in effect since the 8:30'a.m.: to 5 p.m. I J
career. Armed Forces Leave Act was All other Navy Ex- I
REAL ESTATE
Current regulations permit passed in 1946. change activities will be SHRUM 3, ., '
enlisted personnel to be paid for Under the proposal, enlisted closed. {f "BUY A HOUSE.OR TWO" 'V v :
up to 60 days leave at the end of BAQ-BAS rates would be increased atthe u t \'I
Bar
The Main Brace Conveniently located at
each enlistment or to carry over to those in effect at the I. S23I TIMUQUANA ROAD
Officers' Club Bldg.
accrued leave into the ,
new time of discharge.All ; (between Ortega Farmes Blvd&Catoma)
enlistment. A combination of enlisted members, 10, will have sandwiches Wayne Shrum Reg.Real Estate Broker
'payment and carry-over is not regardless of pay grade, would for sale from 5:30: to 10 f Phonesi 771-421' ,771-03 "J
authorized. receive BAQ at time of set :;::m :f.: :m: :w<<::& ::.s! ,
Under the proposal, an Individual tlement. p.m. "',

would be able to com Before taking effect, the
bine payment and carry-over, as proposal must be approved by Safely I
long as the total number of days Congress and signed by the I LDrive
leave for which payment isreceived President.
during an entire career THE ONLY CAR,THAT

does not exceed 60.
Leave payments received priorto MEASURES UP TO OUR :
the measure going into effect

would not be counted. 1975 VOLVO SEDAN. ', I

change The measure BAQ-BAS rates.also would Under ili' k'1 I IIa. Our new Volvo sedan has fuel However.you can get all that in ; -
injection electronic ignition,tour something else.Our new Volvo 245
wheel disc brakes,rackand pinion wagon.You can also get a six.foot
steering and a 12-oudet heaungsofa and two chain into it
ventilation system. Take a look at the 1975 Volvo :i'.I.'
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,\ Ax Pro's host British VIPJax

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Neville Trotter, adistinguished of the Conservative provided Mr. Trotter wit)
member of Parliamentary' Committees a cross-section, antisubmarine
the British Parliament on Aviation, warfare flight'
from Tynemouth Defence, Industry and emphasizing the per-
England, recently visited Marine Engineering, has formance and' mission !
Patrol Squadron Thirty been touring Atlantic Fleet capabilities of the cornputerized ;
here and received a military installations. P3C. 1
demonstration flight in the Patrol Plane Com-. He was also briefed on I
P3C "Orion" aircraft.Mr. mander, LCdr. Mel the overall mission of the i"
Trotter, a member .Carpenter, and his crew V!P.30 Pro's.


\ AFCM Bollinger wins award fi fiJax.

-- AFCM John of 10 1975.
superior performance :,.f
Bollinger, recently duties while serving as the Cdr. Dan Wolken- :.'
assigned to VP-30, has Quality Assurance Chief sdorfer, Pro's Nest "
I been awarded the Navy Petty Officer in VP-45 skipper, presented the
Achievement Medal for his from June 1, 1970 to JuneNAVY medal to Master Chief .
Bollinger along with the :
accompanying citation, :
which read in part... .
... F
"Applying executive ::'

level management ability

-iT ; and technical expertise, \;,
Master Chief Petty Officer

READY TO FLYLCdr..Mel Carpenter of VP-30, l left, pauses In his 'I P Bollinger was directly
preflight briefing for Neville _Trotter, a member of ,the British /r responsible for the high '
Parliament, who recently visited the Pro's and received a demon ll! level material and
stration ride in one of the squadron's P3C aircraft. operational readiness of

't.\. ..( j all squadron aircraft."
Station cobbler retiresJax f
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j <
>. AFCM Bollinger was
"Marvin L. Mulkey, of the Cobbler Shop while con : r-.JA
Cobbler Shop Manager here for currently training under the VA I ,, lauded for his loyalty,
the training { ;; dedication and com-
past 17 years, is retiring. program. ;: '. J1'fJi"1: d.
LCdr. .D. C. Norris, Navy Carrying on the traditional, a '" .. 'fli" t I .....' J'A petence which contributedto
Exchange Officer notes that Mr. high quality repair work at the the successful com
Mulkey came to work here in Cobbler Shop will be George ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL WINNER.. AFCM John Bollinger of the
pletion VP-45
October 1958, after retiring from Prince, Rufus Jenkins and is congratulated by Cdr. Dan Wolkensdorfer, Commanding Officer of
\ military service. He took charge Barbara Oliphant. VP-30, after being awarded the Navy Achievement Medal. mission. "



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t'I (Ed. Note The following bags are those with goose or duck

It, ., I article is reproduced from the down. They give good ,insulation
\\j Aug. 1 issue of THE BOOT, but are expensive for summer. A

-.. ........'.'.'...'.......... .. FT ; J/'/' station newspaper for the Marine serious backpacker will check
"" itj.d Corps Recruit Depot, Parris the cold-weather rating on a

; ;.;............... !.Kmii% t@@mMtiMMjt@imWWfM:: ...(...... Island, S.C.) sleeping bag before buying. It is a
" REC Hiking is rapidly becoming one rough guide to help match the
STANDINGSJaxAfter CENTER
of America's, favorite sports. bag to the conditions under whichit
RAMBLINGS Although it doesn't require great will be used.

athletic prowess, it is rewardingand The backpacker's oath is,
three weeks' rollingit MISFITS Teen Club it can be inexpensive.All "Keep It Light." A good ,rule of
9 3
appears the ADCOPs, bowling "500"D'KEEPERS Thanks to all would-be backpackersshould thumb is that the total load of a
who
1n the National loop of the In- 7 5 the made consider each piece of hiker should not exceed 20 percent
tramural Bowling League, are MOOCHERS car wash a success last equipment In terms of weight, of his or her weight.So .
the team to beat with a 120record.Competitioninthe GEMS 6 6 weekend. A back-to-school warmth and weather resistance. when you set out to exploresome
five ALLEY APPLES 6 6 dance will be held Although quality equipmentdoes hidden paradise, be

leagues is tight,for the most part, THE FORCE 5 7 Saturday, Aug. 30. Plan to cost money, the hiker still prepared, observe safety
however. UNCONTROLLABLES 4 8 attend. We're will find backpacking one of the precautions, and have fun.
also
1 7 going to least
expensive ,
NATIONAL MAYO BAT BOYS sports especiallywith
0 8 conduct a membership equipment bought at low
W L FLEET ANCFE S '
ADCOP 12 0 ATLANTIC Nn2 0 8 drive at the same dance.So exchange prices. I

GUTTER RATS 10 2 W L anyone interested in Boots that are large enough to
SPLIT MAKERS 9 3 NARJAX No.1 8 0 joining the Teen Club accommodate two pairs of socks THE
HAMMER SLAMMERS 7 5 MAD FOXES No.2 7 5 should try to be there. are recommended. Serious
CPW.ll 5 7 SEA HORSES 7 5 flee Center walkers buy specially designed FRAMERYFormerly
SIX PACK 5 3 SEABEES No.l 6 6 hiking boots and break them in
: ONE'S BUNCH 3 5 VP-30 0'"No.2 6 6 Sign-up is now being gradually before hiking. ( )0.

JET SET 2 ,,6 MAD FOXES No.3 6 6 conducted for the ladies Frame Circus)
EXPLODERS 2 6 ALLEY BATS 6 6 volleyball program An Day packs should be light-

PAUL'S RAIDERS 2 10 SPARKS 6 6 organizational meetingwill weight with water-repellant 1.
BLIND BATS 2 10 CONTROLLERS 5 3 be held fabric adjustable straps, extra ,
on Sunday,
WOODPECKERS No.1 HOSPITAL pockets and a tapered wedge
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FASO No.1 7 5 NWSF No.2 8 4 .
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MAD FOXES No.1 BAD COMPANY 7 5 '
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KEEP IN & lightweight, preferably of
TRIPPERS 5 7 VP.30 No.6 6 6 TRIM l nylon, and should be to
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at farewell luncheonMrs.

An organization meeting was with only 3 men, they manage to
held Monday at the Gym and Ten gain a split with VS-30, SGT
teams officially entered the Hardee had the low net of the day .Ann Horne was honored at
forthcoming Touch Football with a 66, SGT herpe followed a farewell luncheon at the
league. VS-32, who is the with a 71 Tommorrows schedule Spindrifter Restaurant in Orange

defending Champ quar- finds VS-30 host Operations, Park on August 19. Mrs. Faye
terbacked by Don Jackson entered Marines against the Seabees,VA. Rasmussen (the XO's wife) was
via ''autovon circuit. Other 30 visits VA-87,and CVW-3 vs VA- the hostess. Among the guests fT"r
teams entering this season's 174. Operations holds first place, were Mrs. Sheila Rice, Mrs.. Sue
league are VA-45, VS-24, VA-174, followed by VA-45 and VA-174 Evans, Mrs Joyce Lichten-

,, Marine Bks, VS-30, VS-22, Supply who are tied for second.CONational walter,Mrs. Mary Ann Ellslager.
and VA-87. The season officially The Officer's Wives of VA-87
starts on the 8th of September.Game League gave their Skipper's wife a
times are scheduled for SUPPLY 63-29 squadron charm, a Command
1700 and 1815. It should be a fine CLAW-1 63-29 charm, an oil painting and a
season with tough competiton. A BOQ 62-31 scrapbook. Fashions from

: rules interpretation meeting' will AIMD p.p 54-38 Geranium Boutique of Orange
h be held at 1000 on the 2nd of AIMD STAFF 53.5-38.5 Park were modeled.
September., at the Station Gym.. MARRINESS 51-41 Club Continental was the
GOLF NSWED 50-42 setting for a farewell dinner for .r
t
VA-45 led by Hank Linner CLAW-1 HAWKS 46.5-45.5 CDR and Mrs. Home on Thursday -
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defeated defending champs VA- AIMD VA 46-46 21 August. Several former
Mrs. Faye R $mumn (left) and Mn.Ann Home (right) before the
174 by a score of 75. The marine KAPT AIN CORNBALLS 44-48 Golden Warriors were present to ,luncheon
given by the Officer's Wives of VA47.
..c BKS made their first appearance DENTAL 42-50 honor the outgoing Skipper.
MEDICAL 41-51 Among the guests were LCDR and Mrs.Sheila Rice. CDR Horne and a custom made oak desk.
VA-174 11-81 and Mrs. Huehne, LCdr and Mrs. was presented with a Squadron Change of Command will be 28
The American; Jim Lichtenwalter, LT and Mrs. Scrapbook, a plaque with namesof August when CDR Rasmussenwill I
+ Red Cross. High game this week was rolled Bob Milne, LT Mike O'Hanlon, all the officers who served assume command from CDR
The Good by Petty with a 211. High series LTJG and Mrs. Mike Ellslager under him, a brass desk wedge Home.
Neighbor. by Patterson with a 552. 200 club

for Carver-208 this week, patterson-203.was Cekosia-204, VA-37 Enlisted Men's Wives ClubVA37 I


Enlisted Mens Wives vest. The program up to now,has when transferred turn in their
Club, took part in helping their been the only one of its kind, in vest,for the officer to have that is
community by donating$50.00 to the state or country. taking his place.

erguoon'olLUYCIN go toward a bullet proof The branches of state police When Orange Parks Goal is

vest. service are: Highway Patrol, reached every officer will have a
TEdltTt t tlntiroz The club specificly donated to Marine Paytrol, Fresh water fish Vest, even if. he sits behind a
State Officers working the clay and game commission and the desk. The officer who sits behinda

: county area.Orange Park has set ,Department of Criminal In- desk is just as vulnerable to a
up a fund to provide every law vestigation. These officers are bullet as the street officer.

enforcement officer with with,a ,assigned to Clay County, and Donations can be made by
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I C O ,OItTl 0 0tw Swimming pool operations cut .


Jax--Special Services open on Saturday and remain open on the

.M .a r D. has announced that, due to Sunday, only current schedule.All .
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1 : reductions with most Pool 419 on outdoor
: ; \ Allegheny pools will be
.. < ,. ,., I ....', .;< .:'"j lifeguards returning to Street, and Pool 715, adjacent closed for the winter ef-
l' 't ',.. ;i' ,;""' .' 4 '/ifi:"; : school this week the to the fective
r. 'X .. i'l '" d'S: ', 't < t. :1 new BEQ, Sept. 25, 1975. .
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r Club, Pool 36, enlisted, and Jax-This will be the last Call me at 771-2555 for

Pool 707, CPO, are now notice to all lady. golfers answers to questions on
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S who'd like to participate in the coffee and our fall
Pop
1rr Warner the upcoming fall programto Ladies Golf Season.Buckle .

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) scheduledJaxAll Sept. 5, at 10 a.m. in the Jax-All I personnel, militaryand
NAS Golf Club. civilian, operating or ridingin
motor vehicles on base are
boys who will have not As I've been saying the required to wear safety belts
reached their 12th birthday by last couple of weeks, all when available.
Jan. 1, 1976, and who __
weigh ladies, active and retired Marine gate ,sentries will be
, between 75 and 95 pounds,
.; are making routine stops of vehicles
military plus dependentsof
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entering the station to inform
1\,' Warner football this fall. the Army, Marines,.Air occupants of this directive.
Interested young athletes who Force, the Coast Guard
.1 meet these qualifications should and the Navy are welcometo l
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HIGH ROLLER 1Sgt. Ford Parson,rolling for the 7tth Air Force
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bowling recent 707 series at the NAS alleys. Bowling In the American
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I HS-1 wins fleet championship I



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The HS-1 slow pitch softball The Marines loaded the basesin The HS-1 squad could manage occasion defensively, eking out a score to 2-1 in the third inning
team is the champion of the the bottom of the seventh with only seven hits and one run as 3-1 victory In a game charac- with HS-1 adding the final run in
Atlantic Fleet. one out, but two easy fly balls they fell to the Yosemite team by terized by outstanding defensive the top of the seventh on base hits
Winners of the COM ended the threat.Dick Grant, HS- the score of 6-1 for their first loss.1 play by both clubs. by Lunce Bass and Ed Barbera.
SEABASWINGSLANT tour. 1 player coach, contributed 3 hits The USS Yosemite jumped out HS-1 scored twice in the second Barbera had two hits for the
nament here two weeks ago, the and scored 2 runs in the winning to a four-run lead in the first inning when Bill Shannon doubled HS-1 squad along with con-
HS-1 team relied on a stingy cause. inning combining five hits while and was driven home by Al tributing several outstanding
defense to cop the U.S. Atlantic In the final game of the win- adding one more in each of the Whiting's sharp single to center, defensive plays during the'game..
Fleet Slow Pitch title at Naval ners' bracket, HS-1 handed fourth and fifth innings. Whiting moving to second on the HS-1 thus completed a highly
Station Charleston, S.C. last RV AH-3 out of Key West,Fla.,its HS-1 pushed across their single throw home. successful softball season, ending
i week. first defeat by a score of 93. The tally in the fifth inning with Jim Whiting advanced to third on a with a 31-3 mark, capturing the
During the week-long tournament local squad jumped out to quick Lentini, Brendan Hoffman, and fly ball to left field and then American League, the NAS
the HS-1 squad allowed lead by scoring one run in the Gary Mendel co'ecting! hits. scored as the first baseman Jacksonville, the COM-
only 13 runs in five games against first inning and adding two more The following day in a do-or-die threw high to home after an infield SEABASWINGSLANT and the
stiff competition representingseven in the second on the strength of situation for both teams, HS-1 out. U.S. Atlantic Fleet cham-
Atlantic Fleet commands. consecutive singles by Al still held a cold bat but rose to the The USS Yosemite brought the pionships.
I HS-1 drew the host Charleston Whiting, Gary Hampton, and
I ball club from the USS Daniel Gary Mendel.
Boone for the first game and RVAH-3 closed the gap to two NAS Invitational scheduled .' Ithe
come away with an 8-1 'victory. runs with one tally in the fourth,
but HS-1 added two more in the
Defense was the key as second fifth and three In the sixth inning Jax-Invitations, with Instructions L. Reynolds of the NAS 'Human tournament. ,;
turned
baseman Ed two
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,A double while Ed with the help of pitcher Jim will be mailed next Resources Management Detach- Anyone interested in receivingan
plays shortstop Bill Lentini's triple., It was Lentini's week to a select list of the area's ment, has announced thatthe invitation to the Invitational
Barbera Shannon led completed the HS-1 one.offensive third extra base hit of the tour- outstanding golfers, both tournament will be I played in Tournament may leave ,his
for effort. ney. military and civilian,for the NAS eight flights with 16 golfers -name'at the NAS Golf Pro Shop
attack with
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HS-1 next defeated the U.S. RV AH-3 added two more In the Invitational Golf Tournament, participating in each flight. but he, must' do.so by. tomorrow,
bottom of the ixth while HS-1 scheduled for Oct. 10, 11 and 12, Approximately $2,500 In prizes .Aug. 29.
Marine Corps representativefrom ended the scoridg in the top of the 1975. will be, awarded in each four Instructions accompanying the
Second Battalion
the in Camp seventh with Al Whiting drivingin A practice round of 18 holes will entries. A banquet will be held on invitations will specify that
LeJeune much closer, N.C.than, 9-2 the final a game Bill Shannon from first,base be played on Oct. 10 to kick off the Oct. 12 from 5-7 p.m. at theCandlelight replies must be returned by mail
indicated. score with a double.A tournament being held this year Inn for the participants only ,-..no walk-Ins will be ac
tough USS Yosemite team, in commemoration of the 35th who will be allowed to' cepted.
HS-1 hung on tenuously to a 4-1 based at Mayport, Fla., fought anniversary of NAS Jax. bring one guest each. Persons selected to participatein
lead before exploding for five their way through the losers' The final rounds in the 36-hole The Candlelight will be open for the tournament will be notifiedby
runs in the. top of the seventh bracket of the tournament to competition will be played the breakfast at 7 a.m.on each day of return mail.
inning, putting''the game out ofreach create 'an all Jacksonville, Fla., next two days, Oct. 1112.
finals. Committee chairman, Cdr. R.

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