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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1971
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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NEWS-AIRWINGER!-- __ -- .--- '_. -- -.SEPTEMBER, ...--- 4,1975
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Exchange -- ...>:< <'1;
markups -I
Merit Promotion Program

prompt comment I .....

Clerk, GS-5. 136-74 Machinist Foreman
Jax-Last week the JAX AIR 81-70 Supply WS-
(Ed. Note: The recent JAX AIR NEWS article announcing NEWS ( 14) explained the. 85-69 A-C Electrician, WG-10. 10
page 152-69 A-C Engine Mechanic, 29-70 Machinist (Maintenance)
increased markups on selected categories of Merit Program and listed several WG-10 '

merchandise throughout the Navy Exchange system job announcements with closing will WG-10.114-70 A-C Engine Worker,WG8. 131-70 Meat Cutter, WG-8

(page 2, Aug. 21 issue), plus NAVRESO No.42-75 releaseon dates. These be published positions as they 6-70 Metals Inspector, WG-8
the same subject, prompted AVCM Ron Garren, NAS continue become available.to 110-72() A-C Examiner (Sheet '172- 9 Metals Inspector, WG-8

Jax MCPOC, to draft and dispatch the following letter to Meanwhile, the Civilian Per- Metal Mech), WD-6. 30-73( Motor, Vehicle Operator'

the Navy Resale System Office in Brooklyn, N.Y., not as sonnel Department officials offer 110-72( A-C Examiner Elec- WG-5
) WD7. 55-71 Packer WG-6
an official communique from his office but as an expression the following list of positions that Information tronics 110-72( Mech A-C Examiner, (AEM), 103-71 Painter, WG-9
of personal opinion from a concerned are continuously open.
on any or all is WD-6. 76-73 Painter Foreman, WS-9
Navyman.) available at extensions 2320 and 110-72 A-C Examiner (A-C 33-71 Pipefitter, WG-10
Mr. John Russas 3448. Electrician), WD-6. 16-71 Planner & Estimator .
Navy Resale System Office l' 97-69 Accounting Technician, 110-72 A-C Examiner (A-C (AIME)), WD-8
Mechanic), WD-6. :122-70 Planner & Estimator
3rd Ave. and 29th St. GS-4.
81-69 Accounts MaintenanceClerk 49-73 Aircraft Fabric Worker, (A-C Mechanic), WD-8
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11232 WG-7. 122-70 Planner & Estimator .
Ref: (a) NAVRESO No.42-75, A1g..8, 75 o' '10-71( GS-4.Budget Clerk, GS-4. 68-70 A-C Ground Equipment (AEM), WD-8

107-69 Card Punch Operator, Mech, WG-10. 122-70 Planner & Estimator
Sir: GS-2-3. 79-73 A-C Ground Equipment (Electronics Mech), WD-8

I would like to know what method you use when 131-69 Clerk, GS23. Worker, WG-8. 118-72 Planner & Estimator
Clerk-Dictating Machine ..83-69 A-C Instrument (Electrician), WD-8
103-69
selecting which items will get an increase in price .
Mechanic, WG-10. 11-71 Planner & Estimator
Transcriber GS-4.
markup as was discussed in reference (a). 86-69 Clerk-Stenographer, GS34. 12949 AIME( ), WG-11. (Machinist), WD-8
I feel that your panel of learned experts must use 84-69 A-C Instrument Worker, 10-72 Progressman (AEM),

reasoning very similar to this: 87-69 Clerk-Typist GS-2-3-4.: WG-8. WD-8
39-70 Computer Aide, GS-4. 153-69 Aircraft Mechanic, WG- 101-69 Sheet Metal MechanicAC
"The cost of operating the exchange facilities is 212-74 Computer Operator, GS7. 10. ( ), WG-10
ever increasing, so we must somehow make up this 55-74 A-C Mech. General 102-74 Sheet Metal MechanicAC
increase. The most logical way to do that will be to 47-72 Fire Fighter (Airfield), Foreman, WS-14. ( ) Foreman, WS-10
GS-5. 85-72 Aircraft Ordnance 96-71 Sheet Metal Worker, WG8 -
increase the profit margin on selected luxury
44-70 Fire Fighter (General), Worker, WG-8..
items. GS-4. 99-72 Aircraft Parts Packager, 42-73 Store Worker, WG-4-5
Uniforms! That's a good place to start. And 4672; Fire Fighter (Struc- WG-7. 77.73 Supervisory P & E

children's clothes and women's underwear Oh, tural), GS-5. 15-17 A-C Surface Treatment (General, WN-7
and sheets and pillowcases. Those are surely 59-70 Mail and File Clerk Worker, WG-6. 12-74 Tool & Parts Attendant,
luxury items! (Typing), GSM. 124-70 Aircraft Worker, WG-8 WG+5
42-70 Medical Technician,Gs6. 41-72 Bearing Reconditioner, 92-72 Tool & Parks Attendant,
By doing this we can at least save the consumers 108-69 Messenger, GS-2-3 WG-7 WG-6

some money on essentials cameras, watches, 119-69 Military Personnel 37-70 Boiler Plant Operator, 111-74 Toolmaker, WG-11
jewelry, make-up, electronic calculators, etc." Clerk, GS-4. WG-7-10-11( 5-70 Toolmaker, WG-13
73-73 Payroll Clerk, GS-4-5. 46-73 Boiler Plant Operator 134-74 Tractor Operator, WG-5-
There are still some people in.the Navy who depend on 70-70( Policeman, GS-4. Foreman, WS-10 6-8
the Navy Exchange one of their real monetary 76-71 Procurement Clerk 19-73,Electronics Mechanic, 27-74 Upholsterer, WG-9
(Typing), GSM. WG-11-12 129-74 Warehouseman, WG-4
benefits. still
There are some of us around who try and
70-72( Production Control Aid, 115-74 Electronics Mech. Gen.; 26-73 Warehouseman, WG-5-6
sell the idea to the young sailors that the Navy: Ex- GS-4. Foreman, WS-16 49-74 Warehouseman Foreman,

change is here to save them money. There are sailors 46-71 Production Controller, 20-73 Electronics Worker,WG-8 WS-4

around who don't make enough money to realize the GS-5. 85-72 Electroplater, WG-9 19-74 Warehouseman Foreman,
savings they enjoy when they buy a silver tea service or 87-75 Production Controller (A-, 22-74 Engineering Equipment WS-5
skiing accessories or lawn furniture.Too C), GS-7. Operator, WG-8 15-74 Warehouseman Foreman,
9049< Machinist WGl0President 36-71 WG-5
Helper, WS-6
bad you guys don't sell milk and baby food. Then

you could really make up your increasing overhead

costs! -AVCM- Ron Garren requests pay lidBy I

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Nick Young ployees receiving more than the But President Ford, concerned
President Ford waited until five has
percent.For about federal spending,
FRONT PAGE PHOTO BY close to his deadline in for- the first time since the asked federal employees to "bite
warding his pay raise recom- civilian industry comparability the bullet" and live with a five
mendation to Congress last system for setting increases in percent Increase. The five percent -
PH3 RICHARD HOLZWEG Friday. He went against his compensation for civil service raise as opposed to the 8.66
advisors and reinstituted his and military employees was percent raise will save$1.6 billion
budget message request of last established, members of during the next year.If .
January for-a five percent pay Congress are covered under the
increase for federal employees, either chamber of Congress
both military and civilian. law.Last month the President disagrees with the President, it

The President' pay Advisory signed a bill that ties the pay of can, by majority vote, grant the
iii Committee had recommended an the Vice President, members of increase recommended by the
NEWS 8.66 percent pay increase while Congress, cabinet officers, presidential advisors. With an
the American Federation of federal judges, and all military election year approaching, it is
Government Employees insisted and civil service executives felt that members of the House of
that a more realistic raise wouldbe whose pay has been frozen at Representatives,all who come up
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed in the neighborhood of 10 $36,000 since 1969 to the civilian for reelection, will not overridethe
each Thursday at the U.S..Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, percent. industry comparability system. President.A .
by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm. All Copy submittedfor Last January the President had
VII In tht'JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public requested the 5 percent lid be
Affairs Office, Box 2. HAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday applied to increases for Social Consequently, members of dim hope is held out that
before publication News Items art welcomed from all sources. Congress will be voting on the members of the Senate may vote
Security annuitants, civil service
Telephone 772-2411. size of their own increase. Under the larger increase. Only one-
"Everything advertised in this' publication must be mid.avall.ble and military retirees, and
the law, the third of the Senators have to go
President's
for purchase, VII or patronage without regard to race, recipients of veterans' pay
com-
creed color,national origin or sex of the purchaser,user,or patron. pensation. Since Advisory committee determines before their constituents next
that time
KA confirmed .violation, or rejection of this policy of equal opportunities has the size of the increase federal year to seek reelection.
been
by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print advertising Congress going down employees should
from thlt.loure.." the'' line approving legislation receive basedon
Advertisements art solicited by the publisher and queries con. I providing for larger increases. a comparision with' civilian October Is the month for the
cerning such should bt directed to: Social Security 'annuitants industry wages. This recom- Increase. Military personnel will
1 received an increase of 8 percent mendation is made to the see an increase applied to base
1 THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY in July, recipients of veterans' President during the first part of pay and allowances effective the
/W AV t G? 4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 compensation recently receiveda August, 1st of the month. Civilian em-
gi B J Telephone 3873566Affiliate 12 percent increase, and civil The ployees covered under the
1rlO" service and President then has until general service scales will see
military retirees the
: MemberVOL. 31st of August first
; to let
Congress the
have received two increases this know the Increase effective

)| 33 NO. 25 SEPTEMBER 4, 1975 | year cent. totaling more than 10 per action of on his the desires.advisers'If he takes recommendation no. first pay period of October.that starts after the

," W l :" But don't bet on federal em- raise is provided., the recommended Chances are the increase willbe
five percent.



4, 1975 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 3 '
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I Mad Foxes take Battle 'E'' : ".' ll!1 1By


Lt.J.g.( ) Max Lindner The Foxes had the year, VP-5 was chosen by >
Jax-The Mad Foxes of highest readiness the Command-in-Chief, I ,\ '< 7, 'f { Jf

Patrol Squadron Five have reflecting a professional U.S. Atlantic Fleet to :'). .',1 .')'i 't '

been recognized as the attitude toward all aspectsof represent the United ?Y.. ', '
best performing squadronin the VP mission. States in UNITAS XVI.
the VP community of While a "can do"' at- This five-month exerciseis jlj

the Atlantic Fleet. titude, coupled with high currently underway and
Led by Cdr. H.L. Midt- motivation, is a great involves other U.S. Naval j

.. ..vedt, VP-5 has just been asset, safety is always units plus most of the I
notified that they've paramount at the Fox Den South American Navies.

placed first among all In 13 years, VP-45 has While VP-5 is involved in
Atlantic VP squadrons in' logged over 113,000 flight UNITAS XVI, the majorityof
Battle Efficiency "E" hours without a major the squadron remains

competition.This aircraft mishap. This here at NAS Jacksonville.Here .
selection occurs impressive'record ,is the Foxes are con-
each year as the VP forceis unparalleled in the tinuing to fill a number of t Sx 'k
examined for several operational Atlantic VP operational and training "fdlska

awards involving ex- community. commitments under the
cellence in anti-submarine During the grading direction of the Com- I

warfare, safety and period, VP-5 deployed to mander Patrol Wing oy =

maintenance. NAF Sigonella, Sicily for Eleven. ,
The "E" is the most five and a half months The squadron's Im- h
demanding and coveted beginning in September pressive operationalrecord \

award since it en- 1974.While during the grading FIRST IN THE FLEET-Cdr. H.L Mldtvadt, Commanding Officer
compasses all the there, the Mad period contributed to its of VP-5, completes Installing the Battle "E" under the Mad Foxes' I
elements of the lesser Foxes set a record for the winning the Battle "E". name sign at Hangar 1000.

awards. Hence, the win- number of Soviet sub- Winning this ,award is the distinctive "E" in 1968 VP-5 ''realize a new year :

ning of the "E" recognizesthe marines detected. nothing new for the Mad and again (In 1971. has already begun,and, toremain i.
Mad Foxes as the best After the return to Foxes, however. The Fox Now, with our pride number one will bean
performing squadron in Jacksonville \farchJhis! Den: was decorated with riding high, all hands of ,even greater challenge.

the VP community

Readiness, safety,
mission performance,
management and moraleare GNC

factors some evaluated of the in major the i Aimrica'xljftnicxt IIcMMxxl ( Imln !

competition for the "E". GENERAL NUTRITION CENTER
Although it. has been

revealed that only 'a few 5169 NORMANDY MALL
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points competing separated squadrons this the HURRY! STOCK UP NOW! SALE ENDS ,SATURDAY, SEPT.. '13! LIMITED SUPPLY!

year, the VP-5 team effort
brought the Mad Foxes out SAVE ON VITAMIN E I SAVE ON VITAMINC

on top.
4001U.I 2001.U. 500 MG. 1000 MG.
VP-5 finished the year
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enviable record in Hips
with
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all departments. 100 $ )99 100 $J49 I 100 $|99 100 $ 49

capsules mm capsules tablets tablets .jj

Pitch in or payJax 250 $7.45 250 4.95

Lttering aboard NAS 100 I.U. 10049*; 250 $1.25 250 $4.75 250 $8.39Whcitwond.rfwa'

Jacksonville continues to .be a
serious problem. '
Anyone found guilty of litteringon aMPARE&J
this stwion will be subject to I t.11

NAS$15.00 JAXINST fine in accordance 5560.6F. with LOSE FAT SAVE !

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WJtcyl. a group to get 'MODEL.ETrS. The sooner you
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without foin on any special dirt withoutcuUinfoulanyepecialfoodi weight you yearn for.Sounds .
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I Dragonslayers rescue TophattersJaxFour


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Dragon- on plane guard duty at the
slayers of Helicopter Anti- time, just one of the -TJ
Submarine Squadron multiple missions of a helo
Eleven rescued two squadron on board a
Tophatters of VF-14 last modern CV.

month when an F-14 Lttjg.) WE. Hoffmanwas
Tomcat fighter aircraftfell the pilot of the E, .Y at ar
from the flight deck of Dragonslayer helicopter.With sjL
the USS John F. KennedyCV67) him were LCdr. M.E.
( Hobbs and
co-pilot,
The Tomcat crew crewmen AW3 R. M. Davis
successfully ejected into and AWAN S. R. Nor-
the Mediterranean Sea thcutt.
following the incident and, _
within minutes, were HS-11 is embarked in the -er
plucked from the water by Kennedy and currently __j '
the HS-11 team. deployed on extended
The Dragonslayers were operations in the Med.
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U.S. Veterans Educational Assistance,
Assistance Center, locatedin Disability Loan
Room 225 of the Old Post Guaranty, Medical and DRAGONSLAYER RESCUE TEAM Caught by tht camera at,they deplaned from their
Office, 311 West Monroe Dental work, Insurance, helicopter following their rescue of a two-man F.'.crew from VF-14 aboard the USS John F. Kennedy .
Street in Jacksonville, is and many other VA are,left to right,Lt.g.(| )W. E. Hoffman,pilot; LCdr.M. E. Hobbs,eopllotAWJ R. M. Davis
now offering job benefits plus receive job and AWAN S. R. Northcutt, crewmen.
assistance to veterans. counseling without trottingall
C.B. Rowe, officer-in- over town. Girl Scouts seek leadersJaxMargaret
charge of the office, an-
nounces, "we ,can now The VA staff has been White, counting on to help their say that Girl Scouting has
offer full assistance to bolstered by the additionof public relations directorfor 'Wanted Girl Scout ,much to offer to young
veterans ,and dependentsin new personnel and is the Gateway Girl Scout Leaders' campaign this people, but what is not so
one location." ready to serve any veteran Council, Inc. of fall," Ms. White says. well recognized is that it
He advises that a who may stop by the office Jacksonville, has issued She goes on the explainthat also has a great deal to
veteran can file claims for for help. the following call for Girl men and women who offer adults," she advises.Ms. .
Scout leaders."It enjoy working in part- White then explains
Let's Clean Up America, is said that people nership with girls are that each year about
need to feel wanted; that urgently needed to share 300,000 volunteers receive
For Our:200th ,Birthday,: people need to be asked' their talents, find friend- training in leadership and
... : '
she states. ship, and< have fun in the other skills from the
,"Well, that's exactly Girl Scouting program. Scouting organization.
what Girl Scouts are "It's almost a cliche to "Giving volunteers all
-- the help they require is a
ENGLI8HE5tates I, big plus," she says, "but
"SPEAK ASY"l Girl Scouting's greatest
.\ appeal for adults is the
> Hottest Show in knowledge that they are
Town! LIVE ON STAGE! "
really wanted.
6 l BEAUTIFUL HOSTESSES Margaret White states
that there girlsin
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because there are, not
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in the program.
$ "You can help a
U +lAUl youngster be a Girl Scout
by becoming one yourself.
RENTALS Find out how by getting
touch with. your local Girl
We know they're magnificent because we've sold "Formerly A& L Truck and Trailer Rental" Scout counciMhey're
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I I Jax-Cecil safety officials comply with OSHA |II|


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Jax-Representatives of requirements, except
NAS Jacksonville and NAS where compliance would t

Cecil Field Safety Offices deter military operations.The ,
recently completed an Chief of Naval I
OSHA training course here Material has been
provided for the first timeat assigned responsibility for I
a Government Activity funding the Navy OSHA I
under a Federal grant. compliance program and ( S
.
The instructorwas
course has tentatively been
provided by Valencia allocated $70 million for 1
Community College, this purpose.
Orlando, Fla. and was \4 ,,'
conducted under the Responsibility for im- .i
Occupational Safety and plementing the provisionsof f'
Health Act of 1970, com- OSHA at local air __ __________ f'I
monly called "OSHA." stations has been I
The law setting up the assigned, to the Safety
course was enacted to Managers' offices.
require the private sectorof Safety personnel have 3. s
industry to comply with been busily engaged in 1F
prescribed standards to inspecting all industrial
assure safe and healthful facilities at NAS working conditions for Jacksonville and NAS 9

their employees.In Cecil Field to identify
inconsistencies with OSHA SAFETY AWARDS PRESENTATION Capt. J. F. Moxlty, NAS Jacksonvlllt Executive Officer,
1971 the President
left,presents OSHA safety award to ACZS M. E.Watson of the NAS Safety Office while (In civilian
issued an executive order standards and estimatethe attire, left to right) S. E. Stringer, NAS Supply; E. C. Fudge, Cecil Field Safety Manager C. Nix, I''
requiring the Government fiscal impact to correct Naval Fuel Depot Safety Offices and J. H.Stout of the Cecil Field Safety Office await receipt of their
sector to also comply with such deficiencies. certificates for successful completion of the Occupational Safety and Health Act Training course
OSHA requirements and conducted her recently.Vehicle.
enjoined Federal l agenciesto Other training courseson decals- -
are Navy .
set the safety examplefor the Occupational Safety property

private industry.. and Health Act will be Jax-All NAS Jacksonville earlier if authorization is ter- related above and subsequently
Executive Order 11807 scheduled in the future and vehicle decals remain the minated. uses it to enter the station will be
and related directives interested management property of the Navy when the Despite any previously charged with trespassing and I
established Fiscal Year officials, supervisors and vehicle bearing the decal is authorized expiration date, the case referred to the Federal
permanently removed from the vehicle decals automaticallyexpire courts for prosecution.
1981 as the target date for employees should contact station. upon discharge, release
total compliance with the appropriate Safety Decals must be removed, from active duty from the
Federal safety standards Office for information. destroyed, or defaced and military service, termination of The American
contained ,in Public Law George S. Duckworth is surrendered, or certification station employment,sale or other. + Red Cross',
91596. the NAS Jacksonville thereof made to the Station disposition of a vehicle.. The Good I
Security Officer the who neglects to
upon Anyone
The directives require Safety Manager and E.C. Neighbor.SEPTEMBER
specified expiration date or surrender a vehicle decal as t
both civilian employeesand Fudge is the Safety
military personnel to Manager at NAS Cecil
comply with OSHA Field. I

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+t Albert B.CloseANTIGUA.Caribbean stamp shows the country official
Boy emblem and crest.
Scouts from this island In the Sept. 16 is the official date of
Leewards will be excited by four Independence when this former
local stamps just out honoring the colony breaks her ties with
14th World Jamboree. Australia and becomes fully self-
Depicted are a Scout bugler governing as to courts, foreign
against the sunset ((15 cents), relations, armed forces and internal
Scouts of different races In a field security services.BARBADOSThis .
with tents and flags (20 cents), British West
picture of 'Scout Founder Lord Indies island is commemorating
Baden-Powell ((35 cents), and the revival of its "Crop-Over
Scout dancers from Dahomey Festival" with four commemoratives -
($2)). showing a Pony
The Jamboree was held in Float, Stiltsman, Maypole
r Llllehammer, Norway July 29 to Dancing, and Cuban Dancers on
Aug. 8 and Antigua's delegation values of 8, 25, 35, and 50 cents,
r 4 N r y represented its approximately respectively.This .
1,200 Scouts. festival originated on the
LESOTHO-This African nation old sugarcane plantations whenon
(formerly called Basutoland) the final day of the harvest,
commemorates this month its the last cart of sugarcane would
leading chiefs of the 19th and 20th be gaily decorated,as well as the
centuries and tops the seven ,,,, horses, mules, and buildings
value set ((3,4,5,6,10,15 and 20 nearby.
cents) with a 25 cent item also Then after some drinking of
"BATMEN" MISSION COMMANDERS Receiving Mission Commander certification Ittttra commemorating International "falernum" (rum, lime-juice,
recently at VP-M morning quarters were,left to right, LCdr.Warren Abel, LCdr.Vince(V.P.) Men, Women's Year. This latter and syrup), there would be
LCdr. Curt Winters, Lt. Scott Thompson and Lt. Bob Edmonds. Cdr. Benjamin T Hacker (not pictured adhesive honors Mofumahall dancing with spontaneous burstsof
), skipper of the Batmen, made the presentations. Mantsebo Seeiso, wife of Chief music on fiddle and tam-
Seeiso Griffith, who became bourines.A .

I Approval. required for reenlistmentsJaxWord until regent 1960.in 1941 and held the throne "trash man" (figure stuffed
with cane trash) was tied on the
WI-Another African
has been or more. CREO provides for more MALA back of a mule which galloped
nation brings local subjects to the
received that, effective Second-term reenlist- viable and attractive fore with four stamps depicting wildly about to the delight of all.

Sept. 15, 1975, approvalmust ments in these ratings career patterns for all animals of the area: bush baby, owners Foods served would Include by the plantation

be obtained from the may also require members ot the Naval leopard,roan antelope and zebraon corn pone, sweet bread,roast pig,
pudding,
values of 3; 10, 20 and 40
Chief of Naval Personnel CHNAVPERS Service.
permission.Also tambala lemonade, and "kill devil," a
before first-termers in AK, effective Sept. 15, For more information on PAPUA, respectively.NEW GUINEA-TWO cane juice spiked with rum.

CE, DM, DT, EA, JO, PC 1975, a new, in depth these announcements, stamps will be issued here on Games at the "Crop Over
and PH ratings may Career Reenlistment contact your Command Sept. 10 to celebrate the In- Festival"would Include catch the
reenlist or extend their Objectives List (CREO) Career Counselor. dependence Day of this emerging greased pig and climb the
enlistments ,for 24 months will be in effect. Southeast Asian nation. greased pole,as well as plaitingthe
The 7 toea item portrays the Maypole.Some of the dancers
national flag and the 30 toea would be on wooden stilts.

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DISCOUNT TO MILITARY '& GINO'S ITALIAN QUALITY PARTS DISCOUNT,PR ices;

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FACILITIES AVAILABLE
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. I Baigirls announce slateJax I Batman clowns around I

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.. The VP-24 p.m. in the home of the Jax-ATI Dennis Stevens, VP-
Enlisted Wives Club is Club President, Patsy 24 Crew Eight inflight technician,

planning a "Welcome Baxley, telephone 7716376.All has been but for"clowning a good cause.around"lately

Dinner" at Hancock Hall, club members and Petty Officer Stevens, dressedas .
Saturday, Sep. 20, future members are in- the Family Frolics Safety
beginning at 7 p.m. Cost vited. Clown, led the Labor Day safety
will be $7 per couple. parade festivities in Green Cove .
Door prizes will be Nelda Mayo will be Springs last weekend.The ,
hosting the October public awareness safety
awarded. Dress will be remind
held to
meeting at 7:30 p.m., Oct. parade was
casual. Tickets are motorists that school is open and
available by calling Mrs. 9, in her home at 3650 children will be walking and

Nelda Mayo at 264-0916. Mateo Place, Orange riding their bicycles to and from

The dinner was plannedto Park. Anyone needing school. "
interest members. directions or a ride from The annual "Family Folics,
new the Cedar Hills area may sponsored by the Green Cove
Any wife interested in
Springs Junior Women's Club in F
joining the "Batgirls" or call Kay Petit, 7817841.A conjunction with other civic V

in meeting some of the organizations and the City,
other wives and husbandsof terra-sand painting, hasbbeen a community tradition
demonstration will be since 1963.
VP-24 is cordially invited -
given by Suzie Green at AT1 Stevens' clowning career
to attend. began when the need arose for
the October meeting. She'san someone to lead the youngsters'
The "Batgirls" will be expert in this art and bicycle safety parade.
holding their next board has presented it on The Junior Women's Club sent

meeting Thursday, at 7:30: television several times. inqueries to several.prominent
clowns only to learn that their w

Grad course offeredJax September and Octoberare fees for appearances were
prohibitive one "clown" ..
The University of North new membership required $40 per hour for his
Florida has agreed to offer CGE- months. Unless the services.
525, Career Education and Enlisted Wives Club Learning of the Club's r.Y
Guidance Resources, on base in membership can be ex- predicament from his wife,
September provided 20 or more panded, plans will be Sharon, who serves as second
people are interested.Call vice-president of the JWC,
made
to dissolve the
the Navy Campus For Dennis volunteered his time and All Dennis Stevens
Achievement Office, Ext. 2477. organization at its talents in order to save the ladies
for further information. November meeting. considerable expense and to
successful event for the
r----------------------- ensure children.All a. .::::j@j j1 j j j j j mt j jij j i j jjj 1 11jjjij1jjj jij ji i J 1 j 1jjj; jijijjj jijij jjj jj1i1j1i1jij1ijijjjjjjmj1ijj jij i jimj:::::
the Batmen of VP-24 salute
I '\ FREE ADMISSION I Petty Officer Stevens for his JAX 86 HIGHLIGHTS 3
\ spirit of community involvement.

I ,. FIRST FREEDRINK 'I' BUY..U.S. SAVINGS BONDS

Jax-Beginning Monday, the School inChicago.Darlene's
DANCING GIRLSI
I I Navy Wives Clubs of America, winning wedding cake, took third
CONTINUOUS
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I ,k';,,/J/" ,; ''' s REASONABLE PRICESI I Jax No. 86, will sponsor cake place and won for her a bronze
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i '{i II Interested. Cost of the class here will be$10
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Darlene'at 264-1561.
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and percent
Washington-.Navy Com programs.The Total surcharge will now for renovation.new The equipment additional one used to buy operating supplies.
missary Store prices will show a increase stems from last average six and one-half percent percent will be used for financing Surcharges 'at' Navy Com

slight increase during the next .. year's' Congressional action and customer savings are these requirements and for new missary Stores are incorporatedin
few weeks due to a ,one percent which eliminated 'appropriated estimated 20 percent.The construction.The the shelf price of goods. Theprices
boost in surcharge to fund construction funds for 'Commissary con Navy already uses one of goods already on the
and renovation struction in the U,S: percent of the, surcharge to: pay other four and a half shelves_will not be increased.:" >"-

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"I have spent a lot of time hers
during the last
eighteen
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months
I Capt. Bill Wilder said ,
lounged in lawn chairs in back as Wl I
his quarters on the shores o,
St. John's River. "It is just tL th
beautiful place to sit and think.a
The occasion for the Interview
was Capt. Wilder's
k retiremen:
after twenty.three years of Naval
service. The m,graduate of th(
s Naval Academy departe
Jacksonville this week after Ii
simple retirement ceremony
conducted his last command:
the Naval Alcohol Rehabilitation
:
_ Center here.
/ I "It is easy to select my most
rewarding assignment during the
past years," he explained. "H
had to be this one. I look at our
start when we opened in January
1974 with one-half our staff or
board and a total of 15 patients.
And today the Center has reached
its design census of 75."
1J Why has the assignment been
so rewarding? "I have watched
dying men report to the Center
and leave eight weeks later with
"It must b an tnllsttd man's dl taMCapt.. Bill Wlldtr wplalns to I Nick Young as thty loungt In lawn chairs on tM banks of tht St.John's hope and confidence in a different
life style." he explained.
Since its opening 18 months
STORY BY ago, the local Center has

( MILITARY RATES ] NICK YOUNG claims processed a 70 350 percent patients.success And rate it
[ ; that is the same as the rate
PHOTOS BY claimed by the Navy for the 8,000
men and women who have been
PH3 RICHARD treated for alcoholism in its
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claim is well documented. tioning member, of'
a squadron family problems and financial
". Seventy percent of the peoplewho you have saved one hell of an problems," he explained.Who .
we have completed th? program investment," he explained. "I is the average alcoholic?
of have returned to duty. And they can run the local Center for many There isn't one according to Bill
have completed their enlistmentsor months on the dollars the
Navy Wilder. '
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Rio 'q'ydx
their obligated service saved "
on that one man alone. "Forty percent of our patientsare
c." satisfactorily Thirty percent A smile crossed the captain's under the age of 25," he said.
ew have entered the Rehabilitation face and a sparkle came in his "We get young kids out of boot 4 .
'ot program alcoholics and have left eyes when he said, "It's an camp in Orlando who have never
.'al the Centers with the odds heavilyin enlisted man's disease, you. seen a day's productive service'in
of them eventually dyingof know! We haven't
he favor received that the Navy," he continued. .
alcoholism or from diseases many officers as patients, so it "Eighteen and nineteen year old
eda directly related to alcoholism.But must be an enlisted man's men and women who are ,
of the lack of disease."
oyl in spite alcoholics. It doesn't take 30 9
i lIon success with the 30 percent, one But he went on to explain the years of steady drinking to make
does not find disappointment or primary problem he sees with one an alcoholic explained.He .
frustration,when talking with Bill alcoholism in the Navy the went on to explain that there
cat Wilder. You find a tired man who problem of covering up for the are records of 13 and 14 year olds {
he has devoted his life during the alcoholic."If who are alcoholics and
"It last 18 months to the Navy's we could
just convince documented: cases of some 10 and fi
lur problems of alcohol abuse.. And supervisors who cover for the 11 year old alcoholics."We m
try that dedication has come at the alcoholic that they are coveringup don't know why one out of
on expense of his family and his the existence of a terminal 12 persons is unable to handle the
Its. personal life. disease in the individual, we drug-and that is what it is," he ,
led "I want to just take it easy for a would receive many patients who said. "The etiology of the diseaseis
while," he explained. want to are in dire need of help," he not known for sure. Treatmentis
'en spend time with my family and explained."We predicated on the fact that a I
led find a modest Job which gives my are promoting alcoholics person has it and concentrates on
ter life better balance." to' chief petty officer, to com- what to do about it. Knowledge of Il .
ith But eventually he wants to mander, yes. even to higher' cause is not necessary for l
ent return to an alcoholic rank, in today's Navy," he recovery.," he continued.His .
rehabilitation program in some continued. "We are interested in concern as he leaves the i I It"
the capacity-after the rest. operators when it comes to Navy and its alcohol

las Back to the Navy's problems promotion. If the man can ''con- rehabilitation program? "The 30
It what is ''the dollars and cents tinue to function in a satisfactorymanner percent that we have not reached
ateate value of the program, he was on the job, that is our successfully," he says; "There Mm4'*''
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asked. concern. has got to be some way to suc- t
000 "We aren't really aware if a cessfully treat all patients so they .
'en "I don't know, and I don't think man has family problems or if he can recover from this dreaded "Wo are promoting alcoholics to chief petty officer, to commander
its anyone does," he answered. "But has financial problems until disease." yes, even to higher rank.'
when you can take a lieutenant those problems are brought to the
commander, an A-4 jockey with attention of command," he wenton. ,
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TORRANCE'S KITCHENIn autumn

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selecting a recipe each week we look over a numberof Jax-The Oakleaf Wives Club
different recipe sources before making a selection. consists of female officers and
Seafood is one of our favorites and we have shared a wives of active duty and retired
number of seafood recipes with the readers of this, officers from the Naval Regional

column. This week we offer one for... Medical Center. (

Scallop Kabobs Kay Kendrick is the club

lIb scallops, fresh or frozen president, Millie Manus is the
vice president, Sandy Cohen is
1 can ((13% oz.) pineapple chunks, drained ,the club recording secretary, Sue -
1 can (4 oz.) button mushrooms, drained. Sedam handles the correspon-

1: green pepper, cut into 1-inch squares. ding secretary duties and Iris
V cup melted fat or oil Peterson, as treasurer, takes
V cup lemon juice care of finances.A .

Vi cup chopped parsley "Welcome Aboard" coffee R'iA,
V4 cup soy sauce will be held at Mrs. Horgan's E 4 dwc
V4 tsp. salt home (Qtrs. H. J. NAS),Sept. 17 ,
beginning at 10 a.mf
Dash of pepper
'12 slices bacon Looking ahead to next month, Nom"yrd3'
the club is planning a luncheon at a Thaw frozen scallops. Rinse with cold water to
." the Officers' Club on Oct. 15 at
remove any shell particles. Place pineapple, which time Asst. Professor W.Qw1trt
mushrooms, green pepper, and scallops in a large bowl. Janice A. Wood of the Universityof AUi- .

Combine fat, lemon Juice, parsley, soy sauce, salt, and North I Florida will be
CHANGE OF COMMAND Cdr.Warren E. Aut, left,assists CaPt.
Pour mixture and let stand discussing "Early ChildDevelopmp.nt.
pepper. sauce over scallop ." William O.Wlrt In the traditional cake-cutting ceremony that marked
for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally.Fry the reassignment of Capt. Wlrt to the position of Director, Rotary
bacon until cooked but not crisp. Cut each slice in Memberships are open in the Wing Aircraft Tilt Directorate at the Naval Test Center,'Patuxent
half. Using long skewers, alternate scallops, pineapple, Oakleaf Wives Club where ladies River,Md. and the assignment of Cdr. Aut as the new CommandingOfficer
mushrooms, green pepper, and bacon until skewers are may be just as active as they of HS Wing One, Aug. 21.

filled. Cook about four inches from moderately hot coals desire, states Marilyn Williams. YWCA registration I

for five minutes. Baste with sauce and turn and cook for Bridge groups, tennis, bowlingand opens

5 to 7 minutes longer or until bacon is crisp. Serves six.Let's public service are just a few The Jacksonville Adult classes this fall
of the activities engaged in by the
Womens Christian will include slimnastics
members.. ,
Clean Up AmericaFor Association is now ac- yoga, bellydancing, ,art,
Club meeting are held the third cepting registration for the bridge, trampoline, tennis,
of each month. At-
Wednesday
200th Birthday : .tempts are being made to reach fall session which begins self-defense, sandpainting,
Or. : every member prior to each Sept. 8. and modern dance (jazz).
meeting to encourage at- A variety of classes and Children's classes will

,Open for your, convenience' a a.m.-'p.m. .r tendance. If someone, is not pograms'are held at the include acrobatics,
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Phone 731-0253() yd.,
for the

Wllford's LIVE CRABS Fish Camp ft.Also of The saver'sedgeTake i

261.9707GEORGE'S elementary .

first to ,
KENNELS i
Dogs I Cats Boarded happy
Since 1925. Grooming, training & THIS
shipping. Visitors welcome.Bankamerlcard Home Is
& Masterchargehonored.
Off 1.10 Near Cassat Ave. & dbl. garage,
Ig. lot -
Edgewood Ave.
&Is located
5015 Edgewood Court,783-U15
to .
TYLER A-C (LAKESHORE) year after
Repairs on auto AC, Central Units & Protection itodcin America.
window units. 4711 Palmer Ave. 388-
5161. Buy US. Savings Bonds.

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
King size bed$90.,Queen size bed MS.,
Box Spring, Mattress & Frame. 399-
3BR., '
5990. fncd.,new
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONINGand 2AC's, .
VAN SAN Big Chief Say
HEATING UNIT
4-ton saves electricity with phase We do not sell Ik
operation. Low hours, excellent Spotless '
condition. Phone 387-35M,weekdays 9- W-W seconds orblemished '
5. Refrlg., I 1 tires.
be bought
"
tm.oo req."I I
Cabinet base with built In counter top 2BR. 1 44
range& oven with glass door, timer & Fenced.
clock. Cabinet base Is 63 In. long & 24 payments. I .
In. wide Hotpoint. 3845901 anytime. ,
I I 4MAJOR

i1 ,1t1 IESTA, TE ftf' .. .
BRAND F F1poIyester
OWNER
ORANGE PARK-BY
I
This 3BR.
1BR.,3 full BA.,CH&A,Dn. Rm., Cpt., porch, 1
ScrvBK. Porch; Lge. Util.! Rm.-Lge $15,500. cord tires
Stor. Bldg.-Fncd.Bk.Yd., Near Bases, I
shopping, schools, near wood This 3BR. I for all compacts i

35900. 2642585."SHIPMATES". W cpt., fncd. and sub- r P
than $3800.
I 1 compactsGUARANTEE
Courteous personal Real Estate
Service. Call Joe Roplak, Realtor. This 3BR. 1 '
'
Associate Realtor"MLS", with Blandlng Agency Inc. VA.drapes 1 I 1 120,000 Mi. r, 1

Bus.771-$036 Aft.Hrl.711-7715 This 4BR., I

fam. rm., 2 I '
LOTS LOTS BR w-walk *78.13 $195 Pw51
2 Beautiful lots for home or M. Home. BBQ Pit. $ I :
Lots of trees S4,000. ea. I I '
LIVBINMIDDLEBURO This 3BR.,

Lovely 3BR., 2BA. Furn. M. Home on refrlg.$24,500.fam.VA. I I 1 C78 ta $1I'i7I '
2'A acres real country living 16500. 'lus
WEEKEND RETREAT I I
Beautiful Bostwick, Fla. on St. Johns This 3BR., I 1
River Canal. 2BR., 1BA. Fla. Rm., fam. rm., E18.14.LT.
modular home $11,500. Available $1.71 to$2.27
I NEEDLOVE 3BR. Terms. 1 1I + Pas t-n t'ferstetGenettt
,
You must this
see georgeous / *matlwdS ter tk Mh et tW hate/.
2BA. home with room to garden, CH, This 3BR. >t
Cpt., kit. equip. This home Is 2 yrs. eat-In kit., fire tei .lle et tertjf *.rtp*it npbci it,cljrjiit '
young S2f.500. yd. Only $ I Mir 1st tfe trad mr M t pri ntj start if tie omit price pin
JUST REDUCED II.... tu.
Live In Merrleta In this 3BR., 2BA. This 3BR.,
Home on dbl. lot, gar., kit. equlpt. AC drapes fcnftej HMtt Mtr-nt fir i mrlriNrlereMr ttt>I>!a.a era1e11 /
$27,500. $22,500. $Nt M 1Ms 1at1/.Nt 11155 rgHoe it.pares Nr meiheEt Nt/

NOW SEE THE BEST JACK V.. 1 i4 M i pn-riti Am si U ewM prta.fta to.toMrfil iH*
2.000 sq. ft. of beautiful living In this .. 1I I t
brick home.,CHIA, Cpt., on Vi acre
lot. $45,000. .. .. 1 B. r

HERITAGE HILLS I II
Lovely all Brick 3BR., 2BA.on corner "' '..;/:W':<'k:#"t. ; 1 I
lot, CH&A, eat-ln kit., cpt., privacy I
fence, kit. equip. Don't miss this one I I o .

$35,000. PAXON ARIA 2BR. House, I

3 B R.,1 BA. Home on corner lot. Above to NAS. I 1 ,-
the ground pool, $23,500. required.bachelors 2 ,
LOVELY MURRAY HILL > I ( ) I
3BR.,2BA. Fam. rm. brick home over I
1700 sq. ft. of living area, CH&A, dbl. I|
car gar. 29500. Den, 1
FOSHEE REALTY playhouse ( J
3M-15U Broker Place. Ref.



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1968 Ford Torino Boss 302 AT; 1963 4Dr LINCOLN Convertible
r---------------------------. .. .. .. Classic collector Item Offer 268-
:S kexMhC3tisv>--:<: ->>/<:>\W'r'M.mKe +"' $900. Beautiful Shape, must see to
d --iii1 1 appreciate. Call Vince at Cecil 2867 after 6pm

THE FLEET I Field Ext. 349 or 350
I MARKETA ; ........... HONDA 350-4 1973 Chrome
1 Used 18ft. Hotpolnt 2dr. Fenders, Padded Sissy Bar,

I tt"x- : _.....anwa.vaawhtiwN.a 1 Refrigerator, Freezer Good Carrying case, wind screen many
'
FREE Personal Want Ad Service for Military and Civilian Employees of N AS Jax and NAS Cecil Field 1 working condition. $75. Call 264- extras 2646840Kingslze

i FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM 5906 after 4:30pm.: : .- Bed, Headboard,

I Ads will be published no more than three3)( ) Times. 1 For Sale: Sol Cat 18' Race Sheets$50, VW-AM Radio $7,
I NOT Catamaran; High prelude sterling silverware $3 ea.
Limit Ad to 20 words or less. 1 Equipped
I Lander Trailer Included. Call Clothing Misc. evenings &
1 2689661 wkends 772.2885 or 786-2628
I \, ..
;, '" 1
I PCS For Sale 12x22 Mustard Gold PCS-For Sale.4.: BEDROOM

1 1 Carpet,good condition,$50. B-flat HOUSE IVj bath, carport, Air
1 1 clarinet with book stand & case, Cond, BIRO, Refrlg, Fenced
like new, $100. Phone 269.1291 backyard, 5233 Tlmawatha Ave,
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIREDINFORMATION BELOW. 1 : $25,000 or assume 7V4 Pet with

1 1 BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. 1 Golf Clubs, professional Wilson equity.

I Patty Berg signature from Betsy
1 1 Rawl! woods, collapsible Cox Tent CAMPER with heater,
Name Office or activity to which assigned 1 aluminum cart mint condition sink, stove, new canvas top &

6410260 after 5 p.m. $75 canopy, double aluminium scuba
tanks with back pack
1 Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature 1
1 Bowling Ball Ladies Amfllte 786-5496
Advertising will be accepted only from active and his signature grade or rank.rate, office or 1 Black 14 Ibs. Mint condition PH.
.., 1 military or civilian employee personnel assigned to activity to which! he Is assigned and office telephone. 1 641.1260 after 5 p.m. $22. Seabreeze, 19 CABIN CRUISER,
1 NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. This Information Is for authentication only and your 1 .......... 1974 70 HP Evlnrude, Gator
ad should be worded Independently of this In
Ride Needed. From NAS Jax to Trailer, 18-Gal Tank, all Equip
2.Free advertising In the "FLEET MARKET" formation. Forms must be clearly typed or prlnted- 1
1 will be limited to: Offers to buy sell or rent housing NO machine reproductions will be accepted. 1 John C. Stockton school and $1995 268.2545
1 for personal use as a residence these ads will be return 9:00: a.m. and 1:30: p.m.
Accepted only If the words "PCS" (for military), or Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In 1 dally Mon-Frl. 772-7699 '64 VW Rebuilt 54 HP engine
1 "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the the following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads 1 .
Large variety House & yard
Jacksonville area) are Included In the wording of the arriving after that date or ads held out because of
1 ad. Offers to buy or sell personal property; offers of' space limitations will be placed in the following 1 69 VW Fast back. fuel Injection plants, 5216 Withy Ave 772-9271
or requests for rides to and from work; an week's edition. Ads will be run only one time unless 1 wanted to trade for sports car of ._...
1 nouncements educational. courses offered by non. submitted as prescribed above. UN IFORMSOfficerEnlistedLightweight
1 equal value call Ext. 3245 or 781-
profit organizations or government agencies. Ads Dacron Blues Like
1 for pets will be carried only when accompanied by 6.NO phone calls will be accepted regarding 1 5869 after 5:30: p.m. New
40L45.00 Ralncoast $10.00
the word "Free". "FLEET MARKET": advertising. The JAX AIR
NEWS and AiRWINGER offices cannot provide 1 PCS: Big Beautiful HOME in Cotton Duck whites, dress and
1 3.All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. 1 Enchanted Park. Corner lot, tropical types $15.00 for all 264-
1 "FLEET MARKET" ad form which will be printed 2842
In each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7,All ads muM be limited to 20 words each. No 1 Fenced, 2 car garage, $7500
1 will be relected. more than two(2)( ) ads per week per person will be 1 equity. See 7447 Deepwood Dr.S.
1 accepted. 771.8275 CONN ORGAN, Prelude 301, with
Complete ad forms must be mailed to "FLEET Rhythm and Maglchord. A-l
1 MARKET" Editor CO JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 1 I. 8.Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a 1 Condition. $700 Call 264-6471
1 NAS Jacksonville Jacksonville Florida 32212. business or which do not meet the above For Sale: SOFA$120.00;
These forms must provide all Information requirements will be relected. The publisher 1 Refrigerator $40.00; Box Springs
1 requested, Ie: Full name of person submitting ad reserves the right to omit any or all ads. 1 & Mattress with frame $40.00 OIL TANK & 75 Gal OH $110.00 or

L_____________________a_as.-sea--ss t=-'tom--aa. misc. Furniture for office 384- will sell separately Call 772.1993
--- -- after
4680 5pm '
Class GOLF CLU BS Matched, 3, ',bubble pup filter, ',heater and ,75 :Suzuki : GT380 ,*Immaculate! .....-...
4, woods 3.PW Irons, Bag and assort, val sr$15. ''Call '78 .S090 cond. slss/ bar ''luggage rack. For Sale: expanding CHILD For.Sale: Antique Oak DINING

Cart, included, $100 Porter 264- .....-..... Helmet dual born. $300. equity FENCE, like new $10, Nylon ROOM TABLE, Queen Anne
3197 or Ext. 3583J. Legs. $75.00 firm price. Call 26 C.
Used Phllco Refrigerator, 'runs and take over payments $110 MESH PLAYPEN, good condition -
good '$35. Used gas 4 monthly 772-3143 $5, call 264-9395 5849
C. Higgins 12 Ga. Bolt Action burner, with oven. $30. Call range TSgt .-........ -..-..,
Shotgun $30. Gun Rack. Holds 3 73 KAWASAKI S-2 350 New
Scheitler 772-3148 ext. 218 or, 778- 74 Honda Motor cycle 750-4 MOBILE HOME Celebrity 12x52
Guns$5.00. Camp Stove$10. Wall 7325 loaded with extras. ISVz Ft. CH&A 5 years free insurance, Pistons, pins, clutch plates &
Tent $15. Cartop carrier $5., 772- wellcraft ,fiberglass boat,> Mer. fenced yard, see at 6121 CollinsRd. springs. Shoe; helmet Included

2413 Child Care In my home-by Hour, cury 'engine, trailer best L-58 Park Manager $6,000.00 only $550 264.6567
....... ... .
-
day or week Orange Park area reasonable offer 282.5649 0-R
For Sale:; 10 Gal. Aquarium w- Infant or toodler preferred; 269- ......-..... For Sale 1973 MUSTANG-V8 302
hood, pump, undergravel filter 2062IA'S Wanted: Fairing, crash bar, ,For Sale: DODGE PICKUP, engine, PB & PS, AT AC, Top
saddle b gS' and seat for 450 LWB, AT with '70 Holiday Hood Latches, Blue w-sllver
::::::::: :::::: :::::' '::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Honda. Call 772-7114 after 5., CABOVER CAMPER, Sleeps hood, $2495 Ext 2455-2166 or 266-

.......... four-264-2326 after 6pm 4607 after 5 & weekends
; :: :l -.........

rl F Wanted: Single"Bed. Reasonablealso BABYSITTING In my'' home HAM RADIO: Swan 240 SSB-CW

BES, roIj..I: ::: : : : need a add on room for. a Monday, thru Friday 772-0556 Transceiver and power supply.All .
,:::1 trailer 778-0347 coax, antennas, etc. only $200
:::: ; ; '. :%: .......-.. For Sale: 12 ga. Mossberg pump Green Cove Springs 1-284-5081
::: # FOOD
....
'f: STAMPS Wanted: Ride' to NAS Jax Bldg. action SHOTGUN with variable -
:: 'BEEF CO., : '702 Mon-Frf (About 6:30: 4:00): ) choke and recoil pad. Like new. For Sale: Sony 'TC-580 Stereo
>> >> 778-0347 Call 771.5365 after 5pm Reel-to-Reel Tape DECK, One
year old excellent condition,


I I II BEST LOOKING If your rooms $350.00(Continued Call 778.7393 on.,.ge1S evenings)

I NOTICE 1 GIRLS IN TOWN look tired or

I .
p rUT hopeless call )e JOHNSONMOTORS
'
: r 7 DAYS' ONLY! A WHOPPING.. jjj us for help. Jps


110% DISCOUNT ) We'll send youa

f C1J decoratorfree. BOATS

;11 ...ON'' ANY ORDER 150 LBS. OR MORE!. : 1j?: ) }

1l : NO BAITI NO SWITCHI I NO HASSLE I :: "BON/TO BOATS

.SAVE MONEY'' 2X3 &
1.5 % DISCOUNT Penneys RoJfIe/'
Bring you row BASS ,BOATS

4 j j .'. ...ON ANY ORDERS LESS 'THAN 150 LBS.! I 11 n booze'CONIINuOU Custom '. :/&/ .

;; WE SPECIALIZE IN NO WASTE BEEF I > GO ('0'iH Decorating at

:: ,..FROM A STEAK TO A STEERI! :IS::: PUSSYCAT ESCORTS SKI BOATSMatiku ,
(Dancing Partners) Cedar Hills.
j RETAIL AND WHOLESALE |m t DOOR ADMISSION

No Money; Down! Up to 120 Days Same As Cash | HALFPRICEI'Mon. 771-6361 FISHING BOATS

::' .' 5229JAMMESROAD(103rdSt.&Jammes( ) :%::: Thurs., 6.11 pm JCPenneyWe Nib WhittJ .

WEST 81h STI
'. PHONE 772-8364 | ,, whatyou're
t I 9\ In '>' r MARINE
looking for.
Pl10Nf World Lamest Johnwn Dltr
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;] %%1 MWiM: # WJ&il\t':\'= ;::; [{ dltlon $100. 772-2186 before 3:30 Must Sell Antique Mahagony FREE:: Small Black and tan
p.m. DINING TABLE
$275, Cherry
*
Puppies. 7wks old, part terrier
I C.w
FLEET i@iMffiiWi. buffet $200 778.1468 Part Dachshund, Call 786.2567
1955 Ford F100 pickup, good tires N.NNN after 4pm

& Insp. looks & runs good. $350. For Sale 19' COBIA SPORTS _........ a
Contact NC1 Blevins Cecil Ext. 'FISHERMAN
100 HP Johnsonand
(Continued from page 14)) For Rent: 2bd MOBILE HOME,
1973 PONTIAC Safari 196 or McClenny 1-259-3744 heavy duty Highlander tilt furnished, WW
Two 55 gal. FUEL TANKS, withstands STATION fully carpet Patio
and 35 gallons of fuel. WAGON ACPSPB 37,000 miles. trailer $2600 All three 72 models &cover, Between NAS & Cecil off
For Sale 3 black
Excellent : position vinyl Call 733.1562
Excellent cond. $30.00 772.1877 condition $2,700 1-284- of 103rd. No pets or children. PH:
5391 recliner, $25.00. Call 771.177 .
.. .. 778.2386
.
HONDA XR-75, 1973 Like new,
PCS-For Rent 10'x60' TRAILERwith 1970 EL Child Care In my home. Monday $300; full size VIOLIN, excellent
CAMINO
expando on living 307 cu In, For Sale. 1969 Chevy 9 passengerSW.
,
room 1 through Friday daytime only. condition $65.00 Phone 264-8393
ACPSATRadlo
large, 2 small bedrooms, air heater and Call 771-1677 Radio, Heater Power
conditioned, furnished Including good tires, body In good cond, call264.c393 Steering & Brakes elect rear
BUICK
1969 LeSabre AC, all
after
washer. Call 2640050BABYSITTINGIn 5pm 1970 % ton Truck, AC, with self- power cruise control Tilt steering wlndown, and car carpert. Needs

MOTOR HOME contained CAMPER, sleeps six, wheel good tires Al condition $900 tune up $700 firm. Call 387.4909.
-Avco-1913 Sleeps after .
'5
my home, 39,900 miles, excellent condition. Home 771.8861 p.m.Continued
6, AC,
generator, luxury, 28 ft,
excellent and 771-5814
care reasonable
5846 Lane Ave. So. -771-5990 ( on page 16))
rates, weekly sitting preferred, evenings 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY-440

night sitting also 772.1174 .......... 24,000 BTU Air Conditioner $150, Magnum-Police Interceptor
TOYOTA-1974 CORONA, sporty, Heath CDI I $25, Heath 25" TV PSPB, Auto trans, AC, Metallic

73 ROAD RUNNER 400-4spd, Spt new tires, 4 speed, 27 mpg, 771- $200, Bobcat AM Radio $25, baby Copper Excellent Condition,
Wheels, Zibart undercoated, 5990 furniture 786-6537 R&H, $1,000.00 264-4115
evenings 3846 Lane Ave SO
extra clean, $2750TORINO 289 2 T ) 'J

3spd make reasonable offer Must Want to go to CALIF? Leaving on Kenmore Zlg-Zag sewing DODGE CHARGER for sale, 1972
machine $50; Gold Herculon SE Model. ATPSPBAC,
sell 781-4515 anytime or about 22 Sept. for San Diego. Only
Need Swivel rocker $50; coffee and two $2,500 Call 772.2852 or 771-4578 I
someone to share driving &
HONDA CL 125S end tables $30 set; 264-0837 after 5pmWHIRLPOOL
73 LUGGAGE Gas Call ext 8295 Cecil E-3 Lyles

RACK, Sissy Bar, Helmet only r
Solid Pecan Bar Used 4
only
3000 miles, Excellent condition. G.E. 40" Electric Stove, good WASHER 1
months. Comes with 4 high back
Must see to appreciate. Call 2262 condition $50. Clay pots different months old. Perfect cond. $250.00
stools. Does not fit In
DWH or 772.1706 after 5 sizes $5, $10, $20. PH. 384.7809 pecan new 3309 or 2189 ask for RM2 Felty
home. Orlg. $825 will sell for $500.
Call NAS Ext 2924 or 772-9549
For Sale, Full size bed, box Fishing Boat 14Ft. Fiber Glass

springs, and mattress head. Orlando Clipper. 20HP Johnson, For Sale: 1972 -DATSUN PICK 1972 YAMAHA 350 Like New Just

board, footboard and rails, good gator traitor, Low hours $550 264- UP with Topper, $1400.00 Call 1. tuned; $450.00 Call 783-0897
condition $40.00 Call after 6:00: 6162 after 5 p.m. 904.328 3861 .....-.
pm 778-3428 N. New Holley 600 CFM W.14"

Wanted: To |loin car pool from the, For Sale: WONDA-CHAIR, 2 yrs CHROME AIR CLEANER $80.00 (
1 threwthe captofn a
1975 Wards Popup TENT beaches. Call Bob Dlllow 772-3473 old perfect condition; 2 chairs Offenhauser 360 Hlghrlse SAUrTEandforootmyarm

CAMPER, used twice$750.00 772- plus all accessories $300.00 new. Manifold for 273 cu.ln. $4000 call ISEPTEMBER
For Sale \YOStn( a CAST:.,
7760 after 5 weekday anytime : POOL TABLE with cue Will sell for $120.00 771.1779 778-1556
weekends sticks & balls. Excellent con-


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(Continued from page 15)) SCUBA: Navy MK 1 72cu.ft. K- for women in defense .

valve yellow tank with boot and "
For Sale: Webcor Reel to Reel Mariner bac-pac good condition from a speech by //. Minion Francis. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Equal Opportunities)

tape deck PA System Used $110 Ltjg Lambert 772-3088 The Department of Defense Secretary Schlesinger, call has been made. Only 35 per-
little 771.7881 or 778-0347 or
ext.very 332 equal opportunity policy is for action in recognizing the cent of the military occupa-
SCUBA: Calypso J Regulator aimed climate of tional were
at creating a accomplishments of women, specialities opento
For Sale: 1972 AMX360, AT, PS, 3000 psi CPG condition, Octopus 2nd stage equal opportunity which will and, more importantly, for increasing women at the end of FY
good $135 Ltg|
PB, AC, AM-FM Radio 8-Track very Lambert 772-3088 allow everyone's expectationsto the scope' of their 1972. Currently, DoD-wide,
new tires $2,200. 781.7393 or ext. be achieved without regardto participation in the Defense over 85 percent are open. The

402 Cecil HM2 Marks PCS 1972 MH 2 Bdr; Large, race, creed, color, sex,or na- mission. fields which remain closed are r'
.... ..
Bath completely furnished12x51 tional origin. This policy extends The Federal Women's Pro categorized as combat or close
Upholstered Chairs, one gold, one Near Cecil and NAS, $500 to the Military Services, combat support.
(FWP), a government-
each 2692046House
green like new. $25 gram
and
equity assume $78 month the civilian work force
aimed at
wide enhancing
setup, Ext 434Cecll( ) or 771-8590 program
throughout DoD, and civilian
for sale by owner 3br employment and advancement
large family room.2 acres fenced 1973 VENTURA" "HATCHBACK contractors doing business opportunities for Road toriches.
& cross fenced. Large barn. radial with DoD. We insist on one
ACPSATradlo, new Federally employed women,
Conven. to NAS Jax & Cecil Field tires, excellent condition. $2500 single standard of merit, and has had a full-time executive

PCS 772-0635 Call 3127 or 384-1374 after 5pm for equal opportunity and level Federal Women's Pro- .
---- -- of all in
treatment personnel
FWPC in
gram Coordinator ( )
For Sale: General Electric GAS Butterlck Stltch'n' stuff cushion promotion, hiring and training DoD since September 1973.
-I I DRYER-1 yr old-excellent FURNITURE, brown corduroysofa activities throughout the Defense
condition $50 call 771-5993 gold corduroy chair, $75 for establishment and in industries At the DoD level, in the
both. Rollaway $20 772-1916 and corporationswhich past eighteen months, we have
For Sale: '68 BONNEVILLE, PS, moved to make certain that
the Defense ef-
PB, Stereo Radio, Elect. wind., ForSale65 BUICK, Lasabre 4Dr, support Federal Women's Program
runs good. $450, or best offer. Air Cond, PS PB, Small V-8, 2 fort. Coordinators exist throughoutthe
O'Gara Cecil-Ext tires $350.00 772-2503 If this sounds like an idealistic -
Contact ASM3 new work force, accessible to
but impractical policy I
8315 all of the 250,000 women who
For Sale-1973 Balboa 110 MOTOR assure you that it is entirely
BUNK BEDS one $15, one $20.00 HOME Loaded with Extras-will pragmatic. The Defense Department work for DoD. Take stock in America.
220 AC Gibson 18500 BTU $125.00 consider trade for undevelopedLand exists for one pur- On April 6, 1972, The As- Buy US.Savings Bonds.

7869620. .......- 778-7499 between 1700 and pose only, and that is to pro- sistant Secretary of Defensefor
and Reserve
2100 tect the national entity. Wecan't Manpower
YOUR OWN VACATION
Affairs asked each of the Mili-
possibly do that job ef- FLORIDA!
REPORT IN t
ELECTRIC RANGE $50 120 Bass tary Departments to take ac-
fectively if there is discontent, ON THE
AccidentAnyone Italian Accordlan $75 600 Power tion to eliminate all unnecessary -
Telescope All accessories268-2867 misgiving or underutilizationwithin distinctions in regulations SANTE FE RIVER
segment of the Spring-fed, unpolluted. 80-90 min.
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I Skeet shoot scheduledJax oJ
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The NAS Skeet Only a few
Range will be hosting a times were available starting at REC CENTER RAMBLINGSTeen issue challenge '

registered skeet shoot on press time but interested

Saturday, Sep. 6, begin- personnel are encouraged Club wrapping up their Softball season to Marines <.:;>

ning at 8 ,a.m. to call Air Force SSgt. Ed Election of officers will be held this week. Champions will be .
This match is sanctionedand Dempsey Saturday night at 6 p.m."Shotgun" announced soon. .J
at the
679 Radar Jax -- The NAS
will be the band for
will be conducted
by Squadron, Ext. 3148, for the evening. Pistol Jacksonville Navy Rifle
the rules of the NationalS details. program
nee Center shooters have issued : a
k e e t Shooters Fall basketball the NAS Jax
will to
Association. LCdr. Steve Porch, HC-2 begin as scrubbed challenge
soon as enough people sign up for Marines for a shoulder-to-
Operations
Ext. 3172, may teams. Sign at the Rec Centeras
be up Jax-There won't be a shoulder rifle match, any
BB contacted if interested soon as possible to get in on the
gun userestricted shooters are unable to activity. pistol program included in time, any place, any way.

contact SSgt. Dmpsey Women's volleyball sign up is the fall sports programthis
now being taken for ladies year. ADJ1 Jim Ray, ext. 5314or

KEEP volleyball in Bldg. 523 or by Word has just been 2330, is ready to acceptan

Jax No BB gun will be FIGURE YOUR;. ( D calling 7723127. An received that,due to a lack answer to the challenge'
discharged on NAS,Jaxksonville KEEP IM 'STIM organizational meeting will be of proper ammunition to and arrange details for the .
held on Sep. 21 in the Center,,
except on an approved range. Ladies Softball carry out the intramural match.
The use for any purpose THE NATION! J included ,
NEEDS Last week's scores showed the schedule, normally "
whatsoever of a firearm, including ou ', Irish over the Red Devils,7-6, In a as part of the JAX AIR NEWS will
a BB 'gun, by any child SHARP .'' and the the
/ suspended game again publish Marines'
Ironman Trophy program,
under the of 16)) is
( prohibitedhere
age AND SLIM.' / ; Irish won 14-6 in a regular
/II game. answer to this challenge if
unless such use is under .. 9an AFPS The Raiders defeated the Blue the pistol program has ,
supervision and in the presenceof Devils 87. The ladies will be been dropped. accepted. ". .'
an adult and at the NAS Range : ,) -
during prescribed hours of

operation.Any "
adult responsible for the

welfareoof knowingly permits any that child child who to It's not just what we do, :, ,;, ,. .J"it's

use any firearm, or BB gun '1' "i
contrary to this policy will be in the way we do it. r
violation of NASJAXINST ,
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VA-174 receives 'Captain's




Cup from Captain Gillcrist


On 7 August 1975 the

v y A Commanding Officer of
NAS CECIL FIELD had

the distinct pleasure of
Shown above Is Lt. Bob SHIPMAN photographed by Lt. John
presenting the "CAP-
MILLER they tscortontof the Soviet Long Rang Reconnaissance
TAIN'S CUP" to CDR J. L.

TERRELL Commanding
Aircraft.A Officer of ATTACK
snakebit bear.
SQUADRON ONE SEVEN


FOUR.The Captain's Cup w ( 3 t '
When Bear Season opened in up a sign saying "Where is represents the culmi-
the North Atlantic this year, the Nimitz?",
nation of the best in eight
"Sidewinders" of VA-86 were The "Sidewinders", who have
ready. Launching from USS been aboard USS NIMITZ since sports events during each
NIMITZ south of Iceland, the June, have participated in the fiscal year. VA-174 participated
"Sidewinders" were called uponto ship's shakedown and sea trials in seven of these
intercept several Soviet Bear and are presently in the North and won three first placesin
aircraft.Out to take a look at the Atlantic engaged in operationswith -
GOLF TENNIS and b
,
Navy's newest nuclear carrier, our NATO allies. They will
the Bears were obviously anticipating return home in late September BASKETBALL (American
' I the rendezvous.Uponbeing following visits to Germany, League); two second
intercepted, a crewman in England, and Scotland.SHHKiM21Sil. places in BASKETBALL
one of the Russian aircraft held (National League) and

TENNIS; three fourth

places in BOWLING,
SOFTBALL, (fast pitch) wR
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l': ; '" ? Touch football T j j
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starts )
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; :; f1 I Jax-ADMIN, from Complete schedules are

I ; Personnel Services, and available at the NAS

if.j7 AIR OPS are currentlytied Athletic Office, Ext. 3239,

for first place in the and all football fans ,are

f $ iWt\ : American loop of the 1975 encouraged to come on out

; e t mmMJ NAS Intramural Touch and cheer for their.,
Football League after two favorite gridders. ; '

STANDINGSJaxSeveral weeks of scrimmage.
AMERICANW
NARJAX, is on top of the .L

shake-ups (in the CONTINENTAL National loop,2-0, with :HS- ADMIN 3,0
standings of the Intramural W NATIONAL 1 and its 1-0 record right AIR OPS 3 ,,'>. 0

Bowling League last week were MISFITS H \ W L behind. HACK1r1 S 1 .,\r '1
ADCOP 16
with the leads 0
experienced being BUSCH LEAGUERS 12 4 Prior to Labor all NRMC '*'
changed or, tied in all but ,the ZEROS SPLIT MAKERS 13 3 Day, l' '2
National loop:where the ADCOP GEMS 11 5 GUTTER RATS 10 6 games were played at MARTD :" 1 1 2
10 t 6 '. '
squad is still undefeated. D'KEEPERS 9 7 HAMMER SLAMMERS 8 8ONE'S Yorktown Field but now VP-30 '0's' ,2679th

FLEET ANGELS No.l jumpedto "500" 8 4 BUNCH 7 9 Allegheny and Mason as 0.'fr:2:

the top of the American, the THE FORCE 7 8 JET SIX PACK SET ,,7 7 9 5 well as Yorktown Fields Ji":
MISFITS are now tied with the
ALLEY APPLES
BUSCH LEAGUERS in the MOOCHERS 7 f PAUL'S RAIDERS 6 10 will be the sites for NATIONAL < :-

Continental, the SEABEES No.1 MAYO BAT BOYS 4 6 1C(8 BLIND RATS 6 10 remainder of the season. W:; <' L
CPW-l1 5
and the ALLEYBATS are tied for UNCONTROLLABLES 2 10 11 NARJAX 2 ; ":O
WOODPECKERS No.1 5 7 ,
top spot in the Atlantic, and FLEET ANGELS No.2 0 1 2 EXPLODERS 2 14 Early games will be 1IS-1 1 to .
there's now a threeway tie at the played beginning at 4:30: MAD FOXES 1 ;' :1 .
top of the Pacific with NWSF ATLANTIC PACIFIC p.m. with late contests MEDICAL 1
No.2, THE ERMIES, and the W L W L 'I
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The complete league standings ALLEY BATS 9 7 BEGINNERS 10 6 thereafter or at about 6:30: SPECIALS 0 2

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I MARTD wins Ironman trophy I


....
Jax--The Marine Air way, however, and copped pistol shooting, bringing or4.4w
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Reserve Training Detach- the runner-up spot with them 1,300 points, and *? I ': ,: .' .1 I"1<,-": ':."
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ment MARTD .,..
( ) here has 3,325 points. were runners-up in slow- :" ",\," / ,,1',1 4 4I 4r 4r / \1,.
won the Ironman Trophy HS-l athletes took third pitch softball for 750
,for the Spring Sports place honors with 3,050 points, thus providing
Season. points. them with the giant step
It's the first time Athletic events during needed toward their
MARTD has won the the Spring Sports Ironman Trophy winning
award. If they win it three Season were grouped into total.
more times, it'll be their'sto two categories, major The Ironman Trophy is
keep. events and minor
awarded twice a year,
Capt. J.F. Mozley, NAS activities. once for spring athletic
,
Jacksonville Executive Tennis, track-and-field, endeavors and again after frr
Officer, presented the and
swimming were the the fall
sports
impressive trophy to Lt. minor events and carried VP-16 was the winner program.of
Col. James E. Herlocker, values
point of 500,400,300,
the trophy for the July- ,
Commanding Officer of 200 for those teams which December 1974 44
'
MARTD during placed in the top four program.The
ceremonies at Hangar 116, positions plus 100 pointsfor semi-annual trophy
Wednesday, Aug. 27.; participation. has been continuously IRONMEN AND AWARDS Lt. Col. James E. Herlocker,.Com-
.. Col. Herlocker acceptedthe MARTD athletes were awarded since January minding Officer of MARTD,and some of his Marines pose with their
award behalf athletic awards and the HAS Ironman Trophy.
on of all the Intramural Champions 1952.
the athletes in his unit who in track-and-field.
participated in the 1975 Volleyball, basketball, I"
.
... ,
NAS Intramural, spring pistol "
golf, bowling, fast- :
sports programs. pitch and slow-pitch
MARTD racked up a Softball were grouped into
whopping 3,450 points in the major events category. p.,..
nine of the ten events on Point values in these '
the program (they didn't events carried from 1,000 i'j,
enter a team in fast-pitch for the top award down to i Get five expert. ..-. 'II'
Softball) to claim the 200 with 100 points grantedfor i
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:. AND SOME TO SPARE Lauderdale. All of them love it.
So if you're thinking about retirement mail this coupon for our free
information kit. Including the "Report on Military Retirement Facilities ,.
and Advantages in Florida;' prepared with the help of our Military Board.
i'V It's complete with a simple map and chart showing where military facil-
ities are, and what they are."there'are also colorful brochures on eachof
the communities. Plus some of the Board's comments.After all,they're
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