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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: October 2, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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VOL. 33 NO. 29 Published in the Interest of Personnel of Naval I Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida OCTOBER 2, 1975
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Naval potver importance Navy's responsibility., .

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outlined by CNO keep sea lanes open


"The Navy is and must always be'the forward

"There has never been a time since WorldWarH when deployed arm of the military. The U.S..has far-flung
the Navy has been more important to the security of our interests around the world. Why?

country. And I think if you look around the world you'll -We must import 68 of 71 strategic raw materials in

understand why, because in spite of detente, in spite of ? II; varying degrees from 5 to 100 percent for our industrialbase

the end of our involvement in Southeast Asia and the to survive.-With 7 percent of the world's

longest war in our history, the world is a pretty x ,.r.. population, we are consuming 40 percent of the world's
troubled scene today. raw materials. But the days of cheap, readilyavailableraw

"Believe it or not, they're still fighting in Southeast "Stretch" Capitol materials are gone forever."If .

Asia-the'Cambodians and the Vietnamese We have a Jax--We want to I might use example which is very close to

revolution in_Ethiopia ...We have a civil war in Angola welcome J03 Harry home:
and we are seeing Portugal moving rapidly, much more "Stretch" Capitol as the "Last year more than 4,200 merchant ships of all flags

rapidly than we ever thought, into the communst camp. new sportswriter for JAX arrived at the port of Baltimore. These ships importedor

And, we've seen two of our strongest allies-Greece and AIR NEWS. Stretch comes exported 43.4 million tons of foreign commerce.

Turkey-locked in a very bitter and very bloody war in here from the Philippines, "Among the significant commodoties these ships

the Aegean."So where he wrote imported were:
and was a -12.8 million tons of iron ore to serve our great steel
what I've described to you as it exists today, has staff familygrams member of. the San industry.910 '
existed in the past and is probably going to exist in the Sentinel. million tons of petroleum products.
future. The U.S. leader in the free world has Miguel -
as a
Aside from writing and "Just as important, these ships exported to the
responded to these crises. It's responded because we Stretch's nations of the world: '

have,learned two things: one, if you don't put down a broadcasting main interest, is music. He -4.1 millon tons of grain from the 'Mi west.-6.0

crisis when it's small, then you've got a world war on has, played guitar million tons of coal. -and American machinery, tran-
your hands; and secondly, that if we don't move in and professionally sincethe sportation and road-building equipment, ball bearingsand

take charge, the Soviets will. age of 14 and has per- truck tires to all the nations of the world.'

formed with several well "It is the mission of the U.S. Navy to protect the sea
"The reason that this responsibility of representingthe known groups. lanes for the transport of these critical imports. And it is
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U.S.' internationally has become a greater responsibility the mission of the U.S. Navy to render a political and

of the Navy than any of the other services is due Letter' to editorThe diplomatic presence in the world today in support of our
to one thing-we're losing bases all over the world. national policy."

"As you know, we no longer have our bases in South photo and writeup on page -J. William. Middendorf,II
Vietnam. We are being asked to leave Thailand: our 9 of the Sept. 25 issue of JAX AIR Secretary of the Navy
NEWS (where Miss Bloom is
in the Azores being renegotiated,with the
base rights are labeled as the first WAVE to be
Portuguese. named Miss Navy Pensacola) is Little lambs visit BatmenJaxThe
in slight error In 1953 ACAN
"We're talking to Spain over the ability to
use our Garnet Royce from NAS Whiting
Batmen of VP-24 facilitiesat
squadron
bases at Rota and our Air Force bases in the vicinity of Field won the Miss Navy Pen- ,
sacola thereat Patrol Squadron Twenty- ,Hangar 1000 and a P-3C
Madrid. We closed down our 'homeporting and'our title. I was stationed
facilities in Greece, and Turkey said not only are they the time and she far outclassedall four recently hosted visit Orion aircraft on static

prepared to close down our bases but to move us out of other participants.ADCS by ,some 35 enthusiastic display.
Turkey, and that country'is'talking'about withdrawing V.G.MOORE youngsters from the Little
from NATO. Lambs Christian Day Care All the Batmen involvedin

New sources School of Orange Park.Supervised the tour applauded the
"As you look around the world at these potential by their Little Lambs for their

trouble spots, it becomes apparent to us all that the only deadlinePrinted director, Linda Webb, the impeccable behavior and
way we're going to respond tOthem, is by naval power. new Little Lambs,ages three to joined the visitors for

And two of the most important areas in the world to us above this column is five, exhibited remarkable candy and kool-aid

r- today the Eastern Mediterranean and the Indian the only complaint we've gottenin interest and un- refreshments at the end of

Ocean-can onlybe provided with U.S. military presence two weeks. It's almost enoughto derstanding as they toured the program.
through naval forces. Now, the carrier is the cutting make us think that either we
edge of our, naval forces that provides the kind ofpresence are doing everything right or else
that gets' attention." nobody is reading JAX AIR :tI 'Id;..I"'...1.\10:: ..- of
NEWS. Neither supposition is
true, of course, but the point Is
-Adm. J.L. III
Holloway, that we need your complaints,
Chief of Naval Operations suggestions, and material if we
(Address to USS.Nimitz crew) are going to improve.
JAX AIR NEWS is for everyoneat
NAS Jax. If it seems otherwiseit
is because we are getting
material from relatively few
sources.As a reader you'can help
increase our sources by sendingus
JAX AIR
NEWS
anything you have written,
photographed, or drawn that you d
think might appeal to NAS Y r-
personnel. Or, if pencils,
TIM JAX AIR NEWS II a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed cameras, and
crayons no longer
each Thursday at the U.S.Naval Air Station,Jacksonville, Florida,
by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm.All Copy submittedfor function after you touch them
use In the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Just notify us if you know of
Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville by 12:00: noon on Monday anyone or anything of special
before publication. News items are welcomed from all sourcts. interest here at NAS Jax. Your

Telephone"Everything 772-24IJ.advertised in this. publication must be made contribution is needed and RAPT ATTENTION' Ens. Chuck Ouytr, OM of the Batmen who ;'
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, welcome. helped host a visit by the Little Lambs Christian Day School of Orange
creed,color,nation!origin or sex of the purchaser,'user,or patron.A .. Because of staff and time Park recently,IXplllns the workings of equipment In the navlgltlon.communlcltionslt.tlon -
confirmed violation or, this policy of equal opportunities limitations
by an advertiser will rest in the refusal to print advertising we are setting a new of* VP'24 P'JC Orion to some of. the attentive
deadline for all youngsters.
material.
from that source" Insteadof
Advertisements art solicited by the publisher and queries. con.. 3 p.m. on the Monday
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corning" such. should be directed. tot preceding' the,issue' date, try to
get all material in by 4:30: p.m.
THE 'HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Friday. FRONT PAGE PHOTO BY
C: 4565 Shirley Ave.,Jacksonville, Fla.32210 All contributions should be
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g4rioN Telephone 387.3566 :} typed and double-spaced, and
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Affiliate Member :.- must have the contributor's JIMMY PILBEAM
.name and phone number.

I VOL. 33 NO. 29 OCTOBER 2, 1975. For more information, call 772- Craig Young, son of Nick Young NAS AssistantS
2413, 4, 5r write Box 2,NAS Jax;; Public ,
or come by the office, room 237 Officer, helps promote FIre
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Cdr.and Mrs. Pease look on as families reunite.
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AT2 John Allen pets big hug from his wife Diana upon his return,last Thursday. process were able to visit was also the first time the ...
such cities as Bodo, squadron flew its P-3 Orion
Commander Charles C. ,The Eagles worked and search and rescue Norway; Amsterdam, aircraft into the North
Pease, CO of VP-16 and the under the control of the missions. Bimonthly mail Holland; and Alborg, Atlantic since it changed h
last of,the Eagles returned Commander Fleet Air drops were made at the Denmark. from the older Lockheed i,

home Sept. 25 ending a Keflavik and ,conducted Norwegian Loran station This deployment wash) P-2 Neptune in March \

five-month deployment to ASW patrols, ice patrols, at Jan Mayen Island. The the first trip to Iceland for 1964. }

Keflavik, Iceland. shipping reconnaissance squadron flight crews VP-16 since September Cdr. Pease said the

worked closely with NATO 1962 when the Eagles' deployment was an overall

forces throughout ,Nor- Detachment Thirteen was success and that it was

I HS-11 rescues sailorJax thern Europe .and in the based at Keflavik. This great to be home again. ,t.r

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Crew AB-011() of AWAN Warren A. Whisenant I
Helicopter Anti-submarine quickly responded to the call for r
Squadron Eleven, deployed help. s ,
aboard the USS John F. Kennedy They,spotted the sailor in the aI
(CV-67)),recently rescued a sailor wake aft of the Kennedy and SAR
who had fallen overboard. crewman AWAN Whisenant was
Lt. Christopher L. Addison, rapidly lowered into the water to .
pilot of the HS-11 aircraft,and his assist the survivor into the rescue,
crew were on plane guard during sling. .
operations on the afternoon of Both Whisenant and the sur-
Sept. 15 when they received word vivor were plucked from the sea
that a man was overboard.Lt. and returned to the USS Kennedy
Addison, Ltjg. William E.! within minutes for the successful
Hoffman, co-pilot, and crewmen save.
AW3 Richard M. Davis and ..' I .
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JNFCU knows that teenagers often need extra cash..We also know that
11 PLUGS HIJACKER ...3. everyone should learn early how.to use credit wisely. For these reasons, i. I
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;: \ how to borrow, how much, and,how'often. :

1 5 9 e ADJ..STRIDERS j TEEN LOANS.with an Interest rate of 12 per cent APR-are available to'
-:.: .a. n. ota.. any young member between the ages of 13 and 17, as long as he has the
::; Llmll 1. ability to repay the amount being borrowed. Parent or guardian must
I Ijl give permission for the loan,but coslgnlng Is not necessary.Interested .

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l WEATHER BRIEFS salutes NavyJaxSea ;; TOR RANCE'S KITCHENSome :

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World of Florida is .

Bill Jleagley planning a gala celebration on editorial policies and deadlines
October Weather Oct. 4 to help celebrate the 200th new cropped un
birthday of'the United States recently with the addition of a new member to the
t The transitional period from summer to winter begins in October. staff.
Cold fronts begin to drift southward and an occasional front passage Navy.In The relaxed atmosphere we have enjoyed in recentmonths
results. October brings an increased incidence of fog. fact, Sea World officials is giving way to pressure to get the recipe in
However, the average amount of precipitation, as well as the advise they are "going Birthday"to overboard" time. Fear not-we have real cool recipe this week. on
number of days on which it occurs, decreases from the month of to say "Happy friends. Frozen Lemon Dessert,
September. their many Navy
Thunderstorms occur about two days of the month. Climatological Special guest Rear Admiral 1 cup vanilla wafer crumbs '.10.
tropical storm and hurricane tracks are oriented northeast southwest Normal K. Green, Commander 2 tbsp. melted butter or eleo .....
Naval Base Jacksonville, will '
across Florida.. 1 cup whipping cream .
cake- ,
October, along with September, has the greatest frequency of officiate at the 10 a.m. 3 eggs : '
tropical cyclones and hurricanes. The average number of tropical cutting ceremony attended by
cyclones in the Atlantic, Caribbean, and Gulf of Mexico for the monthof both Navy and civilian 2 / 3 cup sugar
October is 41; the average number of hurricanes is 27.. dignitaries.At ys tsp. salt ., ,"
: It Is of interest to note that only eight tropical storms and five 10:45: a.m. a' flag-raising 1/4 cup lemon juice
j hurricanes have passed within 100 miles of Jacksonville since 1886. ceremony will feature the Navy 1 tbsp. grated lemon rind
I Rain is the predominant weather; however, showers and drizzle are Orlando Training Center Band vanilla wafer crumbs with
Bicentennial color Mix 2/ 3 cup the meltedfat
and also
I not uncommon. The average amount of precipitation for the month is a
3.85 inches. Over 11 inches fell in October, 1956. The driest October to guard attached to the Army ; spread in an 8-inch square pan. Chill.
,I date was in 1961,when.22 inches of rain fell. Reserve. The color guard will be Chill whipping cream..Beateggs. Add sugar, salt, and
The average monthly temperature is 72 degrees,Fahrenheit; the attired in authenticated period lemon juice. Cook over hot water until thick, stirring
average sea-water temperature is 82 degrees Fahrenheit. costumes/rom. the Revolutionaryera. constantly.. Cool. Add lemon, rind.

i Officers' wives plan A parade through the park will Whip the whipping cream and fold into egg mixture.
take guests to the whale stadium Pour mixture over crumb crust.

R: art show, auction where, at 11:15: a.m., Shamu the Top with remaining crumbs. Freeze.
will be
4 Yankee Doodle Whale
"I By Carol McCamy NAS.Jax Officers Club with apeview adopted as the official mascot of Y
Jax-The Officers' Wives.Clubof from 6 to 8 p.m. and the the nuclear submarine USS '
Jacksonville will be sponsoring'' auction opening at 8:30: p.m. Whale. II
an Art Show and Auction by the Admission will be $2 which Cdr. C.S. Cornett, Navy
Robert Sills Gallery on Oct. 17, includes heavy hors d'oeuvresand Recruiting District, Jacksonville,
i 1975. a drawing for the door prize, will perform the ceremony in
'! Original lithographs, etchings a valuable Object d'Art. which Shamu will raise his right
\ and graphics signed and num. All military personnel and their pectoral fin for swearing in, signa
4 bered by many of the world's guests are invited and, reservations document,salute the flag while
most renowned artists will be may be made by calling do
wearing a Navy hat, and a
included in the collection. Mrs. Linda Vivian at 744-4923 by his
back flip to express en-
Watercolors and original oil this Saturday, Oct. 4. thusiasm. x J ,
j' paintings from all parts of the Personal checks J
world, each beautifully framed BankAmericard and Master Every active or reserve-on-
and ready for hanging, will also Charge cards will be accepted for duty Navy person who visits Sea
( be available. payment of items purchased at World on October 4, in uniform "
\ The auction will be held at_the the auction. will receive a 50 percent discounton \
10: the price of his admission as >
\ well as each dependent with an '
JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION ID card. 'II' /.. (j alpLet's '

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REPOSSESSION SALE north of Disney World.- ,

FAIR FORCE OF THE AIR
Every Day Is Bargain Day Clean Up America FORCE-PtrtonMl of the ,679th"

I' LOT: CORNER OF CASSAT AND SHIRLEY AVENUES For Our 200th Birthday Radar Jacksonville Squadron,recently, tenant recognized at NAS

Open Monday thru Friday,4:001114:30 p.m. the contributions to the mission of

I the unity by, L to R, Amn. Karen
a CAMPERS CARS HOMES I Open for your convenience 8 a.m.-1p.m. / -\ Barland, Inventory Management
Closed Sunday Specialist A1C Mary Thomley,
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i s Y y t P 0 Club I USO HIGHLIGHTSThe I I, 1J

schedules I I r
USO Center at Jackson-: importance of their work in the

f i birthday ball viDe Beach ((601 N. First St., tel. community. ,I

,.a b S t f k 246-3481)) encourages militaryand Every Sunday is Involvement

Jax-The Petty Officers Club dependent participation in Day at the USO Center. \I f'
numerous worthwhile activities.It .
will hold a Bicentennial Navy Volleyball and or football games
< ;i. Day Ball Oct. 11. Prices will be has Just begun a Big Brother- start at 2 p.m. At 6 p.m. is "Rap
1 $16.50 per couple and $10 per Big Sister program for military with the Chaps," an open session,

f f101 single, which includes all you can personnel-men and women, with fleet chaplains that is
and married
single with or
drink and entertainment by the becoming increasingly popular "
band Genesis.- Cocktails will without families-to work with with marrieds and.singles alike., >>

I1In.i begin at 6 p.m. and a color guard youth whose parents Individual are on Following this session every t
deployment. and
and cake-cutting ceremony will Sunday at 8 p.m. is a dance. 1
group educational and
; 'iiIVMOMRSSOs..N' occur at 7 p.m., followed by recreational activities will be Also, Candlelight dances are
dinner (prime rib) from 7:30: to part of the PALS effort to help out held periodically at NAS and a :
9:30.: The band will play from 9:30 these youngsters. Halloween Dance is scheduled at \
to 1:30: a.m.Dress the Civic Auditorium.
USO and the Navy Wives Club'of e
is formal or semiformal. America (Mayport, NAS, and For more information about

Cecil Field chapters) will man an these and other programs, call .,
NAMTD wives information and refreshmentbooth the USO Center or its administrative

during the JacksonvilleFair office at Special I

formingclub -Oct..:15-25 to discuss the Services, Bldg.,620, ext. 3124. .

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YEARS FASOTRAGRULANT DET Jacksonville Iff
Jax-A Wives f
NAMTD Club is
recently bid a fond farewell to TDC Gerald S. Dooley upon his completion "j-
now being formed
here with .
of 30 years of dedicated Naval I Service. Chief Dooley was piped _
distaff
of all
over the side by the detachment chiefs during morning quarters. spouses squadron
personnel being Invited' to Join.A .
1
'Commissaries record get-acquainted night will be
set 'firi
,
... . held at the NAMTD building on
jax-wonawiae sales for Navy during fiscal year 1975 were $11.5 station Monday, Oct. 6, beginningat 1\

Commissary stores during fiscal ,million, an increase of 22 percentover 7:30: p.m.'Additional. C .1 '
year 1975 were $523,211,294 information ,; \\ '. -
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previous year's figures. 'million in CONUS and$47 million acquainted tight may be obtained ...
t< Fiscal year 1975 ended with 88 overseas. by calling Jan Overturf at I DO I DO-Wa don't know. whether VP-4f Ala William L. Nunl.y
'stores in operation. Meat sales topped$89 million in 778-7244 Trudy Cole at 786-4061. ({right),taking the oath of reenlistment from Lt. Ken Ivts, is milling ; "

Sales for the 15 regions and one CONUS and more than $9 million becuast of his four-ytar reenlistment or because he's thinking of :
I independent store in the. continental overseas. another, more permanent oath. After reenlistlng, Nunley went right '

'United States (CONUS) Produce sales exceeded $22 out and got married, He and his bride return to NAS after his

including Alaska and Hawaii, million stateside and over $3 _reenlistment._ leave Is over. I,
were $463,047, 221. million overseas.
Overseas sales at seven regions The Navy Resale System Officeis HONDA HONDA HONDA I
and nine independent stores currently projecting worldwide Ii

amounted to $60,164,073.The sales of $571 million for fiscal
sales of health and beauty year 1976 at Navy Commissary
aids in Navy Commissary stores stores.SerguooWo .
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Navy's 200th Birthdaywith
stocked will be mass
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Oct.
sale
Star Values" ,
these items will
,t Cdr. Daniel J, Gilvary, range
l : 18, from 20 to 40 percent.
Director of NAVY Exchanges

Jacksonville Special displays and
: Complex, announces.He signs will focus attentionon

ri '4, WI advises that hun the, Navy's Birthday.

i dreds of special values in a Some 240 items will be

great assortment of top featured. Various vendors

ffin 'it merchandise will be will be offering special

# I/ ./{] available to customers at "cents off and-or buy one,

THIRTY YEARS WITH NARF-Capt.WJ. Brand!(center)stands with NARF 30-year length-of- new low prices. get one free" coupons and
service award winners, Lto R,A.G. Wade, O.B. Cast, H.T.Walker,J.M. Damon, C.T. Kaylor, J.M. Special "hanging star instore sampling and

Garner and E.L. Kaiser. -- bursts" will be demonstrations will beheld

$7,500 offeredMore prominently displayed in .

than $7,500 in prizes is the Exchange to mark the Also, two drawings will
Pizza inn being offered in three contests sites of the items on sale to be held for a 17-inch color

sponsored by the U.S. Naval celebrate the Navy television and a gift of

Institute. Bicentennial. choice from a designatedgift
The general prize essay contest CommissaryThe
offers prizes ranging from $1,500to catalog.
'AMERICAFAVORITE $750 for essays on subjects Navy CommissaryStore Offering quality merchandise
related to the advancement of will be offering at super savingsis

professional, literary and special price reductionsOct. the Commissary Store's
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scientific knowledge in the Navy.A number of
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$100 prize will be awarded to selected items during its way of wishing the Navy
10 winners' in the naval and community "Happy
Sale
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maritime photo contest. Super Birthday." All authorized
Both contests are open to celebrating the Navy's200th customers are invited to
civilian and military personnel.
Birthday.
PIZZA Deadline for essays is Dec. 1 and Savings will range from join the festivities.

for photographs Dec. 31. 10 to 30 percent of regular
The second annual Vincent
Astor Memorial Leadershipessay prices on over 100 items BiU--Et: PROOF.,,

contest is open to junior specially selected by the
One officers (0-3( and below) and officer Commissary Store Item 1-V-
trainees of the Navy,
Marine Corps and Coast Guard.
Next Smaller Size Essays may be on any subject Photo ContestDeadline

dealing with leadership. First
Bree prize is$1,500 and the deadline is for entries in the 16th
Mar. 1, 1976. Interservice PhotographyContest
All winning essays and photos is Nov. 1. Host for this
EXAMPLE will be published in year's competition is the Army,
Buy one giantsausage pizza $470 "Proceedings," the Institute's and the finals will be in

Large sausage pizza monthly journal. Details on each December in Washington, D.C.
free with coupon 0- contest may be obtained from the BuPersInst 1700.15A and /
(Tax and Drinks Extra)$4,70 Naval Institute, Annapolis, Md. commanding officers have S1E
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t VP-5 assists in rescue
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Jax Two PC-3 Orion aircraft from Patrol SquadronFive
currently participating in the combined U.S.-
South American UNITAS XVI naval training exercise,
were recently called upon to aid in a search and rescue
y s r mission for a Chilean C-47 aircraft.

Word of the missing aircraft was received at the
flagship of Rear Admiral David Emerson, Com
mander Task Force 138, late,on the evening of Sept. 17,
while the ship was in port in Talcahauno, Chile.
The crew of the first P-3 was assembled, briefed and
the aircraft launched from Santiago, Chile, 250 miles
away, shortly thereafter. The second Mad Fox aircraft
followed early the next morning.The .
VP-5 crews, working with'Chilean naval aviationand
Chilean Air Force units in the air and Chilean Navy

surface vessels from Valparaiso and ,Talcahuano, actedas

PASSING THE GAVEL-Patty Darren,left,outgoing president of the CPO Wives Club,puts the altitude and communication coordinators, as com
gavel to Emma Taylor who was Installed as the Club's new president during ceremonies at the munication relays for the surface units involved, as low
Chief's Club Saturday, Sept. 27.Chiefs' altitude search aircraft and as' naval air headquarters

wives install throughout the search.
new officersJax Wreckage and one body from the"Chilean aircraftwere

Emma Taylor was Installed John T.,Goad and Mrs. Goad. Zagorac, Linda Scott and. Pat later discovered near Valparaiso: Chilean unitsparticipating
as the new president of the Also installed during the Blunk. in the search. There were no survivors of
NAS Jacksonville CPO Wives program was the Wives Club's Outgoing president, Patty the seven-man Chilean crew.
Club last Saturday night during new slate of officers for the Garren presented the progress The actions of the two P-3 aircraft,and their crews
dinner-dance ceremonies at the coming year.Jeannie report of the club, paying special
Chiefs' Club here. Starbird became the note to the Wives'presentation of from NAS Jacksonville, prompted the Commander in
Capt. Karl J. Bernstein, new vice president. Ruth four bullet-proof vests to police Chief of the Chilean Fleet to comment that this effort
Commanding Officer of NAS Jax, McLavish became the new officers of Orange Park, Clay "proved once more the spontaneous cooperation that
guest of honor at the program, recording secretary. Mickie County and Jacksonville.She exists between our two navies..."
performed the installation 'and Baldwin was presented as the also reported that the
The U.S. Navy forces participating in this
then relinquished the podium to 'new correspondence secretary. Chiefs'Wives presented a record year'sUNITAS
Patty Garren, retiring presidentof Joan Pitts assumed the treasurer player and 50 records to the Boys the 16th consecutive such exercises with South
the CPO Wives Club, who duties.Jean Harrison became the Youth Development Center on American navies, are currently beginning 'a phase of
passed the gavel of office to Mrs. new parliamentarian. And, Ricker Road, baskets of food for training with Argentinian naval units.
Taylor. Alberta Faircloth assumed the the needy to appropriate families VP-5's Mad Foxes will be involved UNITAS XVI
Other guests of honor attending Club chaplain postion. last Christmas ,plus a special
until the end of the exercise in December
the function were Mrs. Bernsteinand New board members electedfor Christmas program for the aged 1975.
NAS Senior Chaplain (Cant.) the coming year were Mary from the Florida Christian Home. 0rI
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and Commander and Mrs.
PROUD MOMENT Ens. Gallo.
Beryl Fursman, HS-T schedules
officer, sits In the squadron There were several door
commanding officer's chair to prize winners. Dottie and :)

sign her temporary appointmentto Ed Schwartz won a Bat-
lieutenant junior grade. man mug; Marjorie and

LAFRA George Morris, a per-
plans sonalized Bat, Plaque; Dru
and Al Neff and Mr. and f
annual luauJax Mrs. J.R. Mann, gift l

certificates to Pizza Hut;
Ladies Auxiliary, Fleet "
Reserve Association, Unit 91,will Judy Burris, a gift cer-
be sponsoring their annual luauon tificate to Geri's Beauty (
Saturday, Oct. 11. Salon and Delores Woof l lnine
; ADVANCED-Commander: Dan Wolkensoorter,Commanding Officer of f VP-30, recently advanced
The menu will consist of and Cathy Shufelt, a year's members of the Pro's Nest,representing 41 years of n.val.tnlce. Pictured front L to R: PR2 ''I''
authentic Hawaiian dishes membership in the club. Joseph Miller,'AMS1 Robert Peterson, AMSI Gary Frye, A01 Kenneth Kimberling. Rear L'to Rf
members prepared who by one hails of Unit from 91's Hawaii.own (There was initially only ADJ1 Randolph Affield,AMSI Carsten Flint,A03 Norman Benson,ADJI Errol Horton,A01 Thomas '(

The tickets are available from one drawing for club Peterson.
Unit members or at the Branch membership but Cdr.
Home, 5391 Collins- Road, for a Hacker volunteered to pay Pay inversion passed ,
donation of $5 per person. for a second drawing.) ,
The donation includes not only
the meal l but the planned after- The highlight of the Washington, D.C. -- No back pay will be paidin New rates will be effective
dinner entertainment and a band evening was a slide and Congress has approved a any case. on the first day of
for dancing. music presentation of measure which will If the President signs the the month following the
Kickoff time for the event has eliminate the retired bill losses in in which the
Sigonella, Sicily, given by pay retired- month
been set for 7:30 Further
: p.m. Smith inversion retainer' due President the bill. I
information is available from Mr. of VP-5. The problem.The pay to signs

Ruth Caraway, telephone 264- club expresses a special remaining on active duty, ;
2833. thanks to Mr. Smith for his legislation is a partof such as have occurredover

entertaining and in- the military the past few years, no \
formative presentation.The procurement longer will result. (
authorization bill which
next regular Any adjustments in
Mr .u was passed recently. The
meeting of the club will be bill now goes to the payments for members. 4

Oct. 9,7:30: p.m., at Nelda President for signature.The 'already retired or transferred {, ,) r
Mayo's home, Maps to her to the Fleet 1' ; ,
Reserve who have been e ad n ;,
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house are available from measure providesthat
Chief Mayo in the Ad- personnel who have affected by the retired pay "
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ministration Office. A retired or transferred to inversion problem, will be

terra-sand demonstrationwill the Fleet Reserve since made automatically.
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be given by Suzie Jan. 1, 1971, and those who '*
Green following the retire or transfer in the

Residential fires damage or business meeting. future,will not receive less THIS ISN'T THE TIME TO BUY J
'destroy the living quarters of Club meetings are opento retirement pay than if they
some 700,000 U.S. and Canadian all wives of enlisted men had retired or transferredat A LUXURY CAR. 1
families each year, at a cost of
more than ISO million annually. in VP24. an earlier date. THIS ISN'T THE TIME TO BUY ,


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Ball set for : Youth job program recognizedJax ... ..tlW tM!:H.WMWitifKMMiHM: W

O'Club -NAS Jacksonville has been recognized as one of STAMP CIRCLES )
the area employers which contributed to the successful
Jax-Festivities at the summer employment program for youth this year.

Navy League BicentennialBall Michael Cascone, NAS Director of Civilian Personnel, _ _
slated for the NAS recently accepted the award on behalf of all the station
Jax Officers' Mess (Open) units and people involved in the program, sponsored by v';.
Saturday, Oct. 4, will get the Jacksonville Metro of the National Alliance of
underway with a no-host Businessmen.A .
cocktail bar at 7 p.m. total of 322'youths were employed at NAS Jax this
followed by a prime rib sit- past summer under two programs.
down dinner at 8:30.: Participating in the full-time (40 hours per week)
It'll be a formal affair category were the Naval Air Rework Facility, Naval
with entertainment being Regional Medical Center, Navy Commissary, Navy
provided by the Six Naval Recruiting District, Navy Fuel Depot, Human
District Ambassadors'Show Resources Management Detachment, Regional Storage ,.
Band. Management Office, Naval Air Engineering Service
Dress will be dinner Unit, Defense Property Disposal Office, and the Equal
dress white for officers Employment Opportunity Office, and the Resources
and formals for their Management and Civilian Personnel Departments on
ladies. Cost will be $8.50 the station.
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second category (hosted program-Jacksonville Youth by Albert B.CloseWASHINGTON Netherlands having

".. .,._,111 Employment) were the following NAS departments. D.C.- dropped out.GILBERT.
__" _IfftI Personnel Services, Public Works, Resources Two items of interest have & ELLICE
u __- Management, Civilian Personnel, Data Processing, just been announced here: ISLANDS Four values
.._- hf Supply, Air Operations, Security, Weapons EEO Office (1)) The 1975 Christmas recently have circulatedfor
\II" ,and AIMD. stamps will be issued on an early Christmas set
:iU;., Also employing youth under this category were the October 14 in the capital.The here. The 4, 10, 25 and 35
"'.. Navy Finance Office, Naval Regional Medical Center two designs will be cent items show the
-- ===, and the Navy Exchange. valid for postage at ten Nativity, Gilbert Islands
------" According to Bruce Wiggins, Civilian Personnel cents, the, first class Protestant Church at
." -----..' program coordinator, more than 400 summer jobs were postage rate in effect' at Tarawa, the Roman
;, .., all..: provided for disadvantaged youth throughout the the time of issue. In theevent Catholic Church on Ocean
When an offlct building burns, Jacksonville area this past summer. of a subsequent Island, and a symbolic
hundreds of lives may ,bI endangered The Naval Air Reserve Unit was one of those,firms increase in first-class sketch of two tropical
invaluable files and
current work destroyed, a firm's' receiving special recognition for their efforts toward the postage rates, the value of fishermen gazing from
success lost forevtr. overall success of the program.; the stamps will remain at their outriggers at the Star
- ten cents, according to the of Bethlehem.
U.S. Postal Service. WESTERN SAMOA-
(2)) The following items South Pacific native
.' will be withdrawn from musical instruments are
sale by the Philatelic Sales pictured on four new
Division on October 17: 10 adhesives released here in
HAVE YOUR cent Preserve the Environment late September. The
OWN (Expo 74)), 10 "Pate", "Lali" and
cent Horse Racing,and the "Logo" drums are shownon
PRIVATE SALE 10 cent Mineral Heritage the 8, 20 and 22 sene
se-tenant block of four. items, while the "Pu"
NAURU-This South conch shell horn is the
.1 Pacific island republic has center of attraction on the
w- issued a four stamp se- 30 sene stamp. This latter
tenant set with sailing "horn" is used like a
craft as the subjects. trumpet or bugle to
'" Celebrating the 15th South summon people to local
RESULTS .
Pacific Commission meetings, announce
Conference, this quartethas taxation times, celebrate
20 cents local currency big fish catches or for war
TODAY for each of the stamps. The parties in times of dim
... conference is taking place history.
between September 29th JERUSALEM, Israel-
's WHAT YOU GET WHEN YOU ADVERTISEWITH and October 10th with October releases here are
representatives from 23 a trio of "Protected WildBirds"
THE JAX AIR NEWSAIRWINGER.Call .
and 2.00
Pacific
states and (1.10,1.70,
387-3566 today or mall in coupon. territories expected to Israeli pounds) and a
attend in Nauru. Original "Hadassah Returns to Mt.Scopus' .
--i an--MM FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS FORM BELOW: MM Man MM 1II members are the United commemorative

JAX AIR /AIRWINGER States, Great Britain, honoring the new
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A REALLY BIG CH ECK- lCdr.Robert A. Fisher,Commanding Officer of Helicopter Jacksonville'and Co-chairman of this year's Combined Federal Campaign here, holds a .
I Anti-submarine Squadron Three, presents a check In the amount of $2548 to Rear Ad. ,contribution check in the amount of$6691 donated by employees of the Navy Exchange. I
miral Normal K. Green for the Red Lions' donation to the 1975 Combined Federal Presenters were LCdr. David C. Norris, NAS Exchange Officer, and H.D. Rutledge,
Campaign. Exchange:Manager. ),

I Combined Campaign coffers swelled I

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Jax--Two donations The Exchange employees jump on conducting their Complex are currently reserved by calling
totalling more than $9,000, donated $6691 to CFC fund drive ,this year conducting their own Marvin Smith at NAS ext.
were contributed to the the campaign coffers. by carrying out the project campaigns for CFC 3003. \ '
1975 Combined Federal LCdr. David C.NorrisNAS during the final stages of donations. The drive Monies collected during f s,
Campaign at the kick-off Exchange Officer, and their deployment aboardthe began on Sept. 24 and will the 1975 Combined Federal t
meeting here last week. H.D. Rutledge, Exchange USS Forrestal, ,in the continue until Nov. 14., Campaign will be used to ,
Rear Admiral NormanK. Manager, presented the Mediterranean., Meanwhile, MartinS continue the activities of
Green, Commander NEX donation at the The Red Lions con- m it h executive? three major service
Naval Base Jacksonvilleand meeting.At ducted, their campaign, secretary for this year's agency groups, United
co-chairman of this the same meeting, attaining 130 percent of CFC fund drive, advises he Way Agencies, National
year's CFC, accepted the LCdr. Robert A. Fisher, their assigned goal, whileat has an excellent' film Health Agencies and International -
checks from the Navy skipper of HS-3, presented sea and submitted their available for viewing by Service
Exchange and Helicopter Admiral Green with a check immediately upon any NAS organization Agencies. I'
Anti-submarine Squadron check for $2548. return to NAS Jax last desiring to show it to their Donations received will
Three. HS-3 was able to get'-the week. members. be divided on a percentage' \
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The NAS fire departmemis going ail out to inform andentepain
people while promoting Fire Prevention Week, Oct. Ml. Activities
Include rides on fire engines, firepole sliding, simulated plane crash
: and building fires, a bluegrass firefighter's band,Sparky the fire dog,
random fire drills and speeches and demonstrations.On .
Monday and Friday,Oct.6 and 10,Fire Stations 1 and 2 will hold
open house. (Fire Station 1 is Bldg. 105,at the corner of Yorktown Ave.
and Ranger St.:'Fire Station 2 is across the street from the Nursery,at
the corner of Childs and Enterprise Sts.)Fire Station 2 will be cateringto
children, but everyone is of course welcome. In addition to being
able to just browse around, people will be able to take rides on the fire
engines and the braver people'can find out what it's like to slide down a
fire poleStation( 1 only). There will be talks and demonstrations, and
pamphlets will be distributed.On .
yY O Tuesday, Oct. 6, the firefighters will be giving talks, demon
strations,and fire drills at the shop areas of NARF and Public Works.
Also, kids of all ages will be able to get a charge out of Sparky the
"Dog"who will be driving around parts of NAS in his own customizedgolf
cart fire engine. Sparky will be visiting NARF, the Supply
Department, the children's ward at the medical center, and will
finally be at the Navy Exchange from about 2-3:30: p.m.
On Wednesday, Oct. 7, talks, demonstrations, and fire drills will be
4'. ; 3m given at the EM, PO, CPO, and 0 clubs. Also, at the parade ground
b ..{re (between Bldgs.and 907));simulated plane crash fire will be put out
by a crew crash truck and a simulated building fire'will be ex
tinguished by a regular fire engine crew.
On Thursday, Oct. 9, the Naval Regional Medical Center will host
further talks, demonstrations, and drills. Also, at noon the
firefighter's bluegrass band will play at the parade ground and at
about 2 p.m.it will be playing at the Navy Exchange.
Captain George Fallin, Chief Fire Inspector at NAS, encourages
READING THE TRUCK GUAGES Knowledge about how to properly read all the pressure participation in these activities by all personnel, as fires,are by no
guages on the fire fighting equipment Is a must for all NAS firemen. means nonexistent here.
Although there have been no major building fires at NAS since
April (when a test cell under construction,at Black Point suffered
'$325,000 worth of damage), the fire department has responded to 116
structural alarms (trash can fires,auto fires, suspicious smoke, etc.)
in just the last three months.
And, although there have been no plane crashes at NAS in several
e years,'the department has also responded to 584 crash alarms (landing
year problems, fluctuating oil pressure, pilots' calls for
assistance, etc.) since January of this year.
The fire department also drills with helicopter squadrons, having
done 60 drills (each lasting about three hours) in the last 12 months.
And If that isn't enough to keep them busy,the fire fighters have also
made 43 rescues In the St John's River this year,rescuing 49 persons.
Caot. Fallin urges NAS personnel to be extremely cautious with



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19H on women's programsWashington

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I }t r-Y Secretary of the Navy, J. Spanish-speaking withinour

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.f. recently urged increased have fallen far short of the

; )\ emphasis for the Federal goals we have
'$:' Women's Program and the 'promulgated in the past.

."j'f, ., Spanish-speaking "Of equal concern is the

I' ; Program of the Navy. fact that the Department's
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NAVY RELIEF PRESENTATION Rear Admiral' Norman K. Green Commander Naval Base
Jacksonville and President of the Jacksonville Auxiliary of the Navy Relief Society, loins Joan attention they require. Department."I .
I Roberts (left) and Blanche Henderson shortly after he presented the two ladies with 300-hour awardsfor "Specifically, progresshas plan personally to
their voluntary work contributed on behalf of the Society. Admiral Green also presented 100-hour been stubbornly slowin review the resources
awards to Janice Wigton, Helen Vaughn, Betty Schusser, Peggy Dougherty, Mrs. Henderson, and the Spanishspeakingprogram which have been allocatedto
Ellen McCracken during the same ceremony.eWffi@titMEimHIWMM1iWmg@MwtM which was these special emphasis

enunciated by the programs to ensure they
:&. Safety lastThe President in a special are adequate.

J. effort to improve the "I enjoin commandersand

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allegedly:written by bricklayer..
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in Barbados,B.W.S. Spanish-speaking to positive action
Jax -. On Sept. 17 Jax 86 held their monthly social Respected Sir: Americans. toward achieving the
educational meeting. Delegates were elected to go to the When I, got to the building I "While there has been goals of these two vital

NavyWives Club of America national convention ,in found that the hurricane had some slight improvement programs."
knocked some bricks off the top.
Norfolk, Va., Oct. 5-10. Te delegates who will with
go
So I rigged up a beam with a
President Pat McAllister are Teresa Hagan, pulley at the top and hoisted up a BUPERS extends call
Darlene Morton, Marge Soha, and Jean Kissner. After couple of barrels full of bricks.
business a lovely sand painting demonstration was When I had fixed the building for sub duty volunteersWashington
presented by Ramona Merrill.On there was a lot of bricks left over.I .
hoisted the barrel back again
Sept. 18 Jax 86 met with its up Additional informationcan
sister clubs
Cecil and secured the line at the bottom D.C. --
Field 121, Mayport 201, and Charleston 240, for their and then went up and filled Volunteers for submarine be obtained from local
"Dixie Area Council" meeting, hosted by Cecil Field 121 the barrel with extra bricks. duty in paygrades E-5 and submarine force career
at Lake Newman.. Then I went to the bottom and E-6 are needed from the counselors or the enlisted
As a council project each club cast off the line.Unfortunately.
will furnish refresh the barrel of storekeeper, hospital rating coordinator' for
ments and members will act as hostesses for the USO bricks was heavier than I was corpsman, yeoman and submarines (PERS 55)) at
Halloween Dance Oct. 25 at the Civic Auditorium at Jax and before I knew what was personnelman ratings.Assignments the Bureau of Naval
Beach. The public is cordially invited. happening, the barrel started are Personnel (Autovon
Meetings of Jax 86 are held the first and third Wed-' down, jerking me off the ground.I available in attack (SSN) Telephone Number 224-

nesdays of each month at 7:30: p.m., Bldg. 716, Enterprise decided to hang on and halfwayup and fleet ballistic missile 1014).
I met the barrel coming down
St., NAS Jax. All enlisted Navy, Coast Guard, and received a severe blow on the (SSBN) submarines in
and Marine wives are invited. For further informationCall head. I then continued to the top, both the Atlantic and
264-3407 banging my head against the Pacific Fleets.

., beam and getting my fingers Homeport assignmentswill ...
jammed in the, pulley. When the
be made to New
it busted its
barrel hit the ground
NOTICE bottom,allowing all the bricks to London Norfolk ,
spill out.I Charleston, San Diego and
was then heavier than the Pearl Harbor. w

IT HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO OUR ATTENTION barrel and so started down againat Requests for submarine .: .
high speed. Halfway down I '" ..
THAT THERE IS AN INCREASE OF POSSIBLE met the barrel, coming up and duty should be submittedin Li-\ f;;, ,

received severe injuries ,to my accordance with the 1... ,r;:;: :.""
ILLEGAL PRACTICES INVOLVING REPLACEMENT .
shins. When I hit the ground I enlisted transfer manual. ....... ..
(TWISTING) OF PERMANENT LIFE INSURANCE landed on the bricks, getting :
several cuts from sharp p aJ1!... UIIJWhen
POLICIES AMONG THE NAVAL OFFICERS IN THE painful va+'ri a church burns, the
edges.At congregation loses more than a
JACKSONVILLE AREA. TO REPLACE AN this point I must have lost ,t> va'V home: its spiritual lift and dttp
of mind because I r.
WHOLE LIFE POLICY ANOTHER my presence personal ties art disrupted.
IN-FORCE WITH{ let go of the line. The barrel then /
.
IS, IN MOST CASES, NOT TO THE BEST came down, giving me another .. ./'
heavy blow on the head and :.1 g
INTEREST OF THE CLIENT.. WE WISH TO GO putting me in the hospital. I '.
'k JOHNSON
ON RECORD THAT "TWISTING" .IS IN respectfully request sick leave.
J MOTORS ..
VIOLATION OF THE CODE OF ETHICS OF OUR .

ASSOCIATION, AND AGAINST STATE INSURANCE'' '
Too
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PRACTICES. IN THE EVENT THAT YOU KNOWOF BOATS
CAPSOF
ANY INSTANCES WHERE- AN AGENT ,4 CONSTANT POPULARITY" .-. 'ON/TO BOATS, ::

RECOMMENDS REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING' alii a

POLICIES FOR ONE WITH, HIS COMPANY. ". .Mounta\'llef'Wte i f C ,9e' BASS BOATS \. ,

- PLEASE CONTACT YOUR AGENT OR THIS OFFICE .. '' '
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((354-6697)) IMMEDIATELY AND THE STATE SEEK.. ': '. ',,.; ,,-

INSURANCE- COMMISSIONER'S LOCAL) OFFICE PART-TIME SALESMEN, SKI I BOATSJtal&

A ((353-15251))
'15 T030 HOURS PER.WEEK. 1 FISHING BOATS

.. Clyae'W. Pinkstaff COMMISSIONS OF $50 TO$400 PER WEEK :'

'f- Chairman of the Ethics Committee THOROUGH TRAINING PROGRAM PROVIDED. HeriVlfulebMARINE/ ;

Jacksonville Association of Life Underwriters CALL 269-2423 ', ,..., ...
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"SPOTLESS"3BR. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE ,,
., 2BA., plus den, carpets 8. 12X64 Super Clean, No Halls, Roomy, .
drapes. VA or FHA Terms. Conv. to 2X4 Walls, Air, Skirted with shed.
$$ $ NAS or Cecil. 3 BO RMS each with Bath. Near N.A.S.
CALL: 387.3566 CENTRAL AIR HEAT Home In Michigan already Built.
4BR., 2BA., + fam. rm. freshly 15900. 26H361.

painted, comp.. fenced, fast move-In. :
Ads should be mailed to arrive not later :
than PARKWOOD
12'X40'
Tuesday for publication the Easy terms.
following Thursday, Ads
arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the publisher Is Instructed SERVICE REALTY, INC. Air, Awning, shed, other extra's. 'il

otherwise. A check or money order for he cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy. 7478 103rd Street Unfurn., Call aft. 5 P.M. 7727129.

ATE: minimum charge (U lines) ...S2.50 Per additional line ((4 words lint) Reallor-M.L.S._778-40Stt-24Hr. ,
per ...60c I i&TRANSPORTATIOtfJ
Mall to "SH {
: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4545SHIRLEYAVE., JACKSONVILLE FLA., 32210 personal//PMA TES"Courteous Real Estate

Service. Call Joe Roplak, Realtor. E2'S UP, NO CASH NEEDED
I
Associate, with Blanding Agency Inc. Financing arranged, for Jow mo..

.R. i.EMPLOYMENT_, TAILHOOKERS GREEN THUMB Realtor"MLS" pymts. Good dependable used cars, a
> L Trees galore,country living within the BUS.77I-80U Aft. Hrs. 781-7718 good selection, 388-4422.
_
YOU other SALTS city Is offered In this 3BR. Home w- _
MILITARY DEPENDENTS Hook up with me for Your range, refrlg., 2 window AC'S, .only F05H EG REALTY' NO CASH NEEDED
Part-Time car rental agent. Call Buzz. REAL ESTATE needs $2 ,000. FHA or VA. Immediate cash for your equity, none 1970 Chevrolet 2DR. HT.AT,AC, sharp
A-Car. 388 5004. "Charlie on Arrival" SMALL INVESTMENTAnd too large or too small. $1095., or low mo. pymts. 388-6422.

"Pat"GROSSKOPF,Associate ready to occupy 3BR. Home w- 388-1 Stl B'rohl"I" \

; .M15CEtLANEOUSAjDAY Rote Marie Lomlnlck range, refrlg., AC, fam. rm., & fncd. I NOCASH NEEDED
,'k ENCHANTED Ford Van, Looks good & runs good
Real Estate, MLS bk. yd., owner will pay' closing. PARK
1008 Park Ave. $21,000. All Terms.WATERFRONT. Charming, all brick 3bdrm., 2bath, $895, or low mo. pymts. 388.4422. :

CARE WORKER Orange Park, Fla. 32073 RETREAT panelled den, modern kit., BIRO, I;
Needed for Saturdays. Children'sHour Phone ((904) 264-0554 Lg. Immaculate home with family D'Washer, sep. Indry rm., drapes & NOMONEYNEEDED j i':
Day Nursery Riverside 317 2227. room, overlooking the water. Made carpet. Lovely wooded lot. Sale by 1970 Maverick 2DR. HT, xtra sharp, I;
AT, AC, $1295., or low mo. pymts. 38$.
TWIN BEDS BELOW APPRAISAL VALUE for entertaining $42,6003FHA-or' VA. owner $31,500.7 MI.from Cecil & NAS. 6422.

Box Springs & Mattresses, like new Nice 3BR., I1 BA., CB Home. Has LR CENTRAL HEAT lAIR 7714031.________
$150. 244.6044. & Den, will take equity to mortgage or In this 3BR., 18A. Home w-fam. ORANGE PARK BY OWNER NO CASH NEEDED

CENTRAL_AIR CONDITIONINGand will finance any Conv. means. 3616 ..to rm.,sep.In.0 R.,garage, vacant & ready 3BR., 2BA., Brick WW Cpts., Shrubs, 1972 Gold Duster 3spd., sharp, $1595.,
move All terms
$28,000.
Anvers Blvd. 772 7509. QUICK fenc. yd., Range, D-Washer, LR, DR, or low mo. pymts. 388.4422. .
OCCUPANCYOn C.Port,2 AC Units, 1288 sq. ft., Lake
HEATING UNIT BOSSEN REALTY, INC. this
functional LR & DR
Access $28,500. 2751 Roblnette Dr
NO CASH NEEDED
4 ton saves electricity with 3 phase RealtorM.L.S.3842334OAK I arrangement sunken fam. rm.
2444049. 4
operation. Low hours, excellent HILL MANORAll Master BR. has pvt. bath, low, low 1973 Vega Hatchback, 2DR., HT AT,
condition. Phone 387.3566, weekdays 9- Brick 3BR., 2BA. w.fam. rm., WW equity. IDEAL FAMILY SET-UP AC,$1595,or low mo. pymts. 3884422.NOMONEYNEEDED ,

Ti Cpt., range, refrlg. all terms $28,500. KING SIZE BED Give your family a treat. Move themIn i,
NAS CECIL Will solve this 4BR., 2BA. Home featuringDen
your problem w-thls
BUILDING MATERIALSUsed Conv. location and low maintenanceare 21'X12'BR.has a pvt. bath & walk.In xtras, Irg. fam. rm. above 1970 GTO, red & black, sharp,AT, AC,
Lumber NAS, All sizes. Clean .
well seasoned., Bldg. 520. NAS. 771- only 2 features of this 3BR., 2BA. closet. CH&A, Treaty Oaks $32,500. ground pool. Call for an appt. $1395. or low mo. pymts. 388 4422.
Home. Accented by aluminum siding FHA or VA. SUPER BUY
8707 & brick This Murray Hill home Is a real NO CASH NEEDED
veneer on fncd. corner lot.; Lg. MELVIN PARK
ARTICLES FOR SALE utility room & workshop. All Terms This 3BR., IVtBA. Home has WW cpt., beauty w-new, WW Cpt., newly mo.1969 Chevelle, 20. R., HT, $750. or low
388
Salvage, Lockers, desks,'chair desks, avail. Call Today 527,900.NORMAN range, garage, excel location. Only decorated sunken Den drapes, stove & pymts. 4422._

plumbing, Flourescent lights, etc. DY VILLAGE I $24,500. FHA or VA.KITCHEN refrlg. All for only $24,500. '74 CADILLAC COUPE DE VILLI

Exhaust Fan. NAS Jax. Bldg. 520 771. Outstanding buy for buyer who Is tiredof DELIGHTLg. JUST REDUCED Rosewood w-whlte leather Int. Fully

8707. throwing away rent receipts. Owner kit. w-lots of cabinets & counter Orange Park equipped, Low mileage $5745. Firm.
GEORGE'S KENNELS will pay closing costs on this 3BR. space, you'll enjoy this home at a Owner must sell, moving out of state..Don't 2648629.
miss out on this to t,
opportunity
Home. This
bargain offers range, budget price $23,500. FHA or VA.
Dogs I Cats Boarded refrlg.,WW Cpt. & Ig. yard. Call to see MEADOWBROOK BEAUTY own this Irg. & roomy home w.5BR LLOYDS CORVETTE PLACE tr trWe
&
Since 1925. Grooming, training 2V4BA. Pool 8. all
$23,750. 3BR. Home has CH&A, nice fncd. the xtras you'vewanted. Buy & Sell Corvettes
yd.
shipping. Visitors welcome. w. A steal at $53,000. Call now, 434 Cassat Ave.388.3311."It .
,
trees.
Bankamerlcard & Mastercharge many many Just reduced to don't
REDUCED TO 119,900. $21,900. FHA VA. delay.
honored. Off 1.10 Near Cassat Ave. & or DAN JONES t ASSOC., INC.
3BR., 1BA., w-Garage, 2 yr. old Brick SAVE
Edgewood Ave. Realtor-M.L.S. '
& CB Home has a range & refrig., Ig. Your money, the remodeling was done 19.1107"
SOlS Edgewood Court,783-U2S lot. Call for you. New plush carpeting Just ... : is a majorcomfort
TYLER A-C (LAKESHORE) Today.OAK HILL painted Inside & out. Ready to occupy I I''H.:..'d".$""'<" .RENTALS".1: : ; t0conwmers I

Repairs on auto AC, Central Units 8. Fresh Paint makes this 3BR., 2BA. $26,000. FHA or VA. I
window units. 4711 Palmer Ave. 388- Home a pleasure to own. Lg. screened HANDY MAN'S DELIGHT HOME FOR SALE OR RENT {like :

5161.______ porch off of DR., plus fncd. bk. yard Is Immaculate 3BR., V/iBA. Home, has 5BR., 3BA., Brick Home, 3 yrs. old,
Ideal for children & summer cookouts.Call CH&A, WW cpt., range, D-Washer, WW Cpts., Sale for $54,000. or rent myseff..toknoW
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS for extras $23,900. garage, fncd. yd. productive fruit with opt. to buy $325.Mo. Located in
King size bed$90.,Queen size bed $IS., MARIETTA trees & a det. 12'X20' Masonry Orange Park, lust off Doctors Lake. that we

Box Spring, Mattress & Frame. 399- Country living Conv. to Cecil Field on workshops equlpt. W-lltes & wtr. Call for appt. 284.5830 aft. 4P.M. have f.

5990._________ Ig. fenced lot. Freshly Painted 3BR. $31,500. VA. ORANGE PARK recourse

LIVE CRABS Home on dead end Street. 2 window ALL BRICK 3BR., 2 full BA. (dbl. sink each) through.such
Wilford's Fish Camp Units, range & dryer hookup. All 3BR. Home featuring range & a fncd. beautiful dbl. wide Peachtree Mobile

264.9707 Terms. Call for Info to fit your budget yd. Good location only$20,000. FHA or Home of approx. 1500 ft. LR, sep. DR., agencies

$W'00- VA. Seller will pay closing costs. fam. rm. & Irg. eat-In kit., BI RO, OW, "
l CEDAR HILLS THE ENTERTAINER CH&A nice front as yours...
1 "REAL'ESTATE? porch, carport ((2
( Owner has made this a 4BR., 2BA. Professionally decorated 3BR.,
car) under pinned. Lovely landscapedyd.
Ann B ,
Home with many maintenance free 2ttBA. trl-level home, formal DR., Ig. Tllinghast
Vt lot. 3 ml. from
on acre Approx.
SALE OR RENT York
HOME FOR East MeadowNew
)
features. Beautiful WW Cpt., kit. fam. rm. fireplace, eat In kit.,
5BR., 3BA., Brick Home, 3 yrs. old, appliances & in ground pool. $37,900. BIRO, D-Washer, Patio, shade trees, 244 Heart 7248.of Orange Park. $250. Mo. Call

WW Cpts., Sale for $54,000. or rent BOSSEN REALTY, INC. 2-car garage 30'X15' Pool, WW cpt., -
with opt. to buy S325.AAo. Located In RfaltorM.L.S.3842134ANXIOUSSELLER: $52,000. All Terms. BEDROOM COTTAGEOn

Orange Park, lust off Doctors Lake. AVAILABLE TODAY River, near OP. Mall & NAS,
Thai'quoit'n horn in actual toller tent to'hiBetl.r
Call for appt. 284.5830 aft. 4P.M. 3BR., 13A., BIRO, on Ig. lot, no V2 ml. to schools & shopping, fncd. 4 available now. Phone 264.9922. Business. BureauWe "-

CORNER LOT down $150. closing costs. VA Appraised shaded, 3BR., V/jBA., eat-In kit., sep. FOR RENT rt No h".o mailer help how you big jet me your bytinesi monsy'aworth .

3BR., Den, excel con d., WW cpts., DR, answer to your home hunting Furn.or Unfurn. 3BR. Mobile Home In Or how mall your problem

12'X27' Concrete Patio, fncd. bk. yd., $23,000MINI FARM problems can be solved today at only the country near mlddleburg Quiet, don Just always call us succeed Wllhlpyou.but weIwWtry We

range, oven & drapes $24,500. 2,000 sq. ft. of brick on V/* acre In $23,000. Beautiful Trees, Garden space walk to .

INVESTMENT PROPERTY Murray Hill. Appraised & ready for ALL BRICK Black Creek $100. 282.1259.CDNDOMtNIUM ''or When you end you'Imr"re business unhappy And its bid
2 houses same lot, must see to ap Immediate occupancy. 3BR., 1'ABA.' Home w-BIRO, WW no one knows thai bener thin I
preciate. EXCELLENT EQUITYIn Cpt., refrlg.,' & nice deep lot. Only TOWNHOUSES. the businessman who lupport

VANSANDT REALTOR 389-3549 Cedar Hills finest 3BR., 2BA., $23,500. VA.JACK Jax. Bch.. annual lease, Unfurn. the BBB.
2BR., 2BA., CH&A, WW carpt., near
CHEAPER THAN RENT formal DR., fam. rm., & kit. brkfst. V. FOREHAND, CORP. :; :
Realtor-M.L.S. 771-884 Beaches Hosp., comp. elec. kit., pool
landscaped. You must SPEAK UR
bar beautifully
Neat 3BR. Home w-lViBA., AC, WW .
LOCATED ON STREET & club house. Avail. Nov. I, 384 4237,
Cpts., fenced yd., w-old Oaks within
see.FISH IN YOUR BACKYARD Between C.clFI.ld/ NAS Bus. 772.2218. CAU,1'OUI1nTll1USINESS MJMAUHEHNO
walking to S. Brian Jennings Elem.
YOU GET YOUR MOWS WOR1lTIMUQIIANA
Mobile Home In excel cond. w-50ft. on
Low equity.SMALL. HEAVENERREALTY CO. OPPOSITE NAS JAX.
CHILDRENAnd beautiful Lake George. Owner Orange Park Office Off 120th Street

comfortable living do go togetherIn financing. 264.1222 Mobile Homes & Apts. for rent.1BR.

this 3BR., 2BA. Home, Fam. Rm., INVEST NOW COUNTRY HOMEIf units for mature adults. Nice for
Inside util. rm., fenced yd., fingerprint V/iacre on Seaboard Ave. for home or your looking for a home In the singles. From S75.MO. Larger Mobile

proof walls. Occupancy now. $40,500. mobile home. Owner financing $8700. Country, priced In Mid. $30's. Here It homes from $100.Mo. Children

TOP QUALITY3BR. NEAR PAXON Is. 3BR., IViBA. on over two acres of welcome. Justiss Trailer Park, 389-
to list 2BR., w-WW cpt. & cent. heat, Ig. CB 3007.
.
Rancher w xtras too many land w barn & complete fncd. Call our
over an acre. Only min. from Orange garage, on 100'XIOO' lot. Owner to pay Office. _
Park 55000. all closing costs. $11,900.MOTIVATED BPP.NEW LISTING WIL-MAR-APTS.1

PARADISE SELLER Come see this beautiful 3BR., 2BA. 2BR., LR., Kit., heater, refrlg., range,

Nestled among giant shady Oaks on a 3BR., 1BA., AC, carpeted, Ig. Home on a Ig. beautifully landscapedlot. washing machine, AC, parking 2 cars, TERRACEA'Jartments

Ig. lot. This home has a Ig. stone workshop, beautiful landscaped yd., If you like the outdoors than this Is small child or pet O.K. Dep. $5000
no down VA. Minutes from bases. for Over 1600 ft. of Returnable, depending on condition.
fireplace, 3BR., 2BA., sep. workshop you. sq. living area
& uti!. rm. This equity Is desirable/ at $22,500.. HERITAGE;| HILLS-7 w.side entry, dbl. garage. Priced to Child and pet Dep, $2500 ea: Non-
Returnable. $135.00 Water, Garbage,
I%pct. HIHCoveCH&A, sell at $44,900. Balconies
3BR., 2BA. on Holly ,Sewage, Included 3872541. Pool Patios
$17,500 BIRO, drapes, refrlg. Appraised PRICED TO SELL WTW Carpet Drapes
Will Buy this cute 2BR. Home In the $32,300. This home offered all terms to suit any 2 BEDROOM HOUSE Central Heat & Air

Murray Hill area. Beautiful hdwd. S ACRES IN JAX HEIGHTS 'buyer. 3BR.,2BA. rancher with BIRO. Nice Lot, AC, attic fan, floor furnace, Modern Kitchen Appliances

floors are a special feature along with A real buy at $16,500. Owner finan One Ig. window AC. Home has nice sewage, well, garbage Included, Cpt., Laundry Room'I
screened breezeway & 1 car garage. cing. work shop In rear." Fncd. In bk. dy. Fire Place, closed In porch. $100.00

YOU CAN'T BEAT NORTH JAX. BPP.WE Dep. Small child O.K. No, pet. $140.00 BR FURNISHED
The value this 2BR., block home w- 2BR., Carport, & appliances, HAVE NO HANG-UPS Mo. 3872541. $120
range, refrlg., carpeting, fenced yd. & $10,500. Any Terms. Must sell. 'About what your opinion may be after up
more for only $14,500.NEW IUYNOW&SAVEBeautiful seeing this lovely home In established 1 BEDROOM HOUSE 2 BR FURNISHED
neighborhood with lots of trees. Home New Kit. Cabinets, built-in range,
LISTING 4BR., 2BA In Murray Hill, \
Immaculate 4BR., 2BA. Home w- WW cpt., CH&A, garage& workshop. has 3BR., 2BA. Ig. BR's, extra Ig. LR dishwasher, 20ft. side by side refrig. $170 up
Ice Maker. Cpt., Lg. Patio, paved
has & DR, eat In kit., fam. rm., Ig.
almost 1500 ft. of living area $4500. CTM. Assume
sq. ,
famrm. drive, Air Cond., Lg. Lot. $250.00 1 Yr. 2's miles from NAS Jax
& screened patio, 2 car fncd.
CH&A, fam. rm.?> covered patio $U4.Mo. payment. 19 yrs. left. garage
lease$100.00 Dep. Small child O.K., no 10 miles from NAS Cecil
much more. All for a super low priceOf FOSHEBREALTY1M.1II1 yd., &many other fine features. Only
pets. & in-
Water, Sewage Garbage
$38,500. All Terms. BPP.
$35,500. Broker 5342 SEABOARD AVE.JustoffTimuquana .
cluded. 317.2 1.liiMO" .
HEAVENER REALTY CO.
WON'T LAST LONG BIO FAMILY WNeat4BR. ( / )
Beautiful 3BR. Home CH&A., WW ., 2BA. Masonry Home. Orange Park Office PHONE 772-7104
Cpts. swimming pool.. FHA &, VA Fncd. & lovely neighborhood. Refrlg.j 264.1222 E HOMES x :: ,

Terms. Avail. Hurry-only $32,000. t dishwasher & new stove. Between. DOCTORS LAKE ESTATES' '
COUNTRYYour Bases. $25,000. For Sale Five room Bungalow on WE BUY AND SELL
choice 1 to 6 acres.many areas. MANASSA REALTY '100'X150' LOt. 34-X14' screened In GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES

Call for Info. Realtor 771-500 patio and utility shed. $18,700. Call/ 249- Phone 188-4419
LAKESIDE REALTY, INC. Opposite Cedar Hills Theatre 0365.
Realtor M.L.S. 244-1404 .
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F-es --------- ----- ------------------ Camper Shell 'for mini pickup 100. Work fable bench SIS. Good condition.
772-8407
'''''''''- Call Ron 389.2122 after 5

45 Commando Pistol. 2 FOR SALE: 74 Suzuki 380 GT. 2700
For Sale: Colt
months old. 150. For Information call miles. Exceptional condition. Bright
l--- --'I 5336 or 5337 ask for Tom Fryer Blue, sissy bar & pad, windshield.
............ MOO.'Call ext. 8163 at Cecil any week.
Panasonic AM.FM Stereo receiver day.
/ : eaa. :aa.v ......-.-
with cassett record playback and two
/ A FREE Personal Want Ad Service for Military and Civilian Employees NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field I speakers 100. Call 264.1103 after 5p.m. For sale Apache Pop-Top Camper
excellent condition. Call evenings 743-

FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM I ......-.-.. 0151
35,000 BTU Fuel oil heater, 150 gal. '
MfYrr, Ads will be published no more than three(3)' ( ) Times. I fuel oil drum with stand and 75 gal of Full size bedspreads with matching
I1UIC. Limit Ad to 20 words or less. oil. Call 264.1103 after 5 p.m. canopies and drapes. 9'x12' rugs.
II Night stand lights. Call 269.0<<8

Must sell: Safari Travel' Trailer. good between 2 and 9 p.m.
_.._..
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I cond. 500. See to appreciate. 778 0347
', after noons & night. FOR SALE: Three Cushion sofa.
I ..---.. Burgandy Vinyl W-black wood trim.
<' PCS For Sale 12x65 Mobile Home 1974 Excellent condition (100. or best offer.
II 3bd, 2 bath, carpet, Utility shed no Call 778.3907 .
equity, lust take over payments. Part
For Sale: 14ft.John: Boat, 9HP Eng.
Furnished 778-0347
/ TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW. I -... and trailer $275. PH. 264.3707

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE, NUMBER IN YOUR AD. I For Sale: Wall heater In self-
/ contained cabinet complete with FOR SALE: 16ft. Runabout boat,
II thermostat, fan, chimney pipe & oil trailer, 50 HP. Eng. 325. PH. 264.3707

I Name Office or activity to. which assigned tank 100. 9x12 oval rug green nylon Chrysler.-
15. 264-9560 Sale: 1968 Newport 4 dr.
1 II Sedan. Good condition. 500. Conn

FOR SALE: 71 BSA 650cc Excellent Caprice Organ like new S1000. 772.2133
/ Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature :I .condition 750. Amana Radar range -...--....
I 110 VAC like new 250. 264-5916 AWH Camper%ton Ford A-1..cond.sleeps' 4
1.Advertising will be accepted only from active and his signature, grade or rank.rate, office or gas stove, Ice box,toilet,dual gas tank
.-> / military civilian employee personnel assigned to activity to which he Is assigned and office telephone. I FOR SALE'- Month.old. bedroom suite new tires 1500. PH 771-8861
/ NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. This Information is for authentication only and your / complete double bed; dresser with
/ ad should be worded Independently of this In. mirror; desk.dark wood 200.. contact 1973 Pontiac Ventura Hatchback AC,
2.Free advertising In the "FLEET MARKET" formation. Forms must be clearly typed or printed-. / AX2 Tucker Cecil Ext. 8137 AT PS, Radio, excellent condition.
/ will be limited to;; Offers to buy, sell or rent housing NO machine reproductions will be accepted. / .......-.... Call 3127 or 384-1374
/ for personal use as a residence, these ads will be Room Air Conditioner 6,000 BTU .
._ accepted only If the words "PCS" (for military), or 5.Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In / Gibson, 110 Volt. (75. 264-8082 For Sale 130 Ibs. Vinyl ctfated
/ "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the the following edition: Is MONDAY NOON. Ads / .. weights and two barbells. Also cure-
I Jacksonville area) are included In the wording of the arriving after that date or ads held out because of 1974 Yamaha 360 Enduro excellent ride air-shocks. Call 778-4693
ad. Offers to buy or sell personal property; offers of space limitations, will be placed In the following / condition milage 4054 firm 750. Call .
/ or requests for rides to and from ,work; anweek's edition. Ads will be run only one time, unless / 7864533 Sale Automatic Radio 8 track tape
/ nouncements of educational courses offered by nonresubmitted as prescribed above. player 25. Soft double bed ,hardly
profit organizations or government agencies. ,Ads / Wanted: Dulcimer )In' good condition, used, with frame 35. After 5 p.m. 778-
/ for pets will be carried only when accompanied by 6.No phone calls will be accepted regarding / preferably hand crafted, 264-8791 4027
the word "Free". "FLEET MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR .......-....
NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide / 1972 VW Combl-Bus-Has Porsche WANTED: Coleman stove and lantern
/ 3.AII ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for, advertisers. / englne-as new tires, beautiful con. reasonable and In working condition
/ "FLEET MARKET" form which will be printed dit ion. Fred 3552 or 269.1065 please. After 5 p.m. 778-4027
/ In each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No / : .
will be rejected more than two(2)( ) ads per week per person will be / HARLEY DAVIDSON"45" trike, 16" PCS 1972 spectrum by taylor 2br, B,
/ accepted.' over custom springer custom oil tank, LR, DR, K Excel. condition eves,
4.Complete ad forms must be mailed to "FLEET / GCS. 284.9350
/ D&D jockey shift, drag pipes, Indian
MARKET". Editor, CO JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, 8.Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a / gas tank 1000.00 Call 384.2054 .. .....
/ NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212. business, or which do not meet the above PCS. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Biro, Refrig,
/ These forms must provide all Information requirements, will be rejected. The publisher / For Sale: o. E. Refrigerator, Oak CA &H, fireplace, carpeted, fenced
requested, le: Full name of person submitting ad reserves the right to omit any or all ads. / breakfast table and 4 chairs, 1 man's yard, near bases. $34,900 771-5969'

L __ __ _-__ ______ 10 speed bike, ping-pong table with net
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PCS Water Ap- seam. Brand new 25. each ,Phone 73 Plymouth Fury "III 4 dr. HD Top after 4 p.m. 3871540FOR coupe 327 engine spd. trans. PS, PB,

Ir prox. 1 acre Keystone Heights 771- 772.7435 .._......_ Gold W-vlnyl top RH, PS, PB, AT, SALE: Ceramics Greenwareand AC, 3500. 771-8147
1863 FOR SALE: Gladding.Delriy Deluxe Fact air 2295. PH. 264-4143 bisk at reasonable price see at
For Sale: 1968 Ford Gal axle 500,4 dr.
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11' with self 2357 Del I wood on the corner of
Skylounge camper contained
I Sedan,AT, Cond. New Inspection.
Wedding Gown Beautiful white, floor features frig, Dellwood I and Stockton Street. Air
length with chantilly lace, long Including Sticker, good condition. Call 771.1592
range, exhaust fan, air conditioner,
I sleeves veil Included, size 1112. 75. toilet, heater & more. 781-3774 2025.00 Wanted 1970 71 Plymouth Scamp, FREE: dog German Shepherd & after 6 p.m.
Phone 772-7435 Dodge Swinger, automatic, air, slant Collie Mixture, good & gentle with
,, ............ GE Portable dishwasher Good six good condition for student. Call children, a good watch dog, male 4 PCS 3 BR, 2BA, brick house at 2401
Mens Suits One check, 772.2112 Aquarius, Foxbay, Orange Park.
green one condition. (100 269.2259 ext. 2460 mo. old. Call 781.2612 after 3 p.m.
brown pin striped, size 39.with 33 In- CH&A, 2 car gar. Ig. den. (46,000
PHONE 264-1942
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End of Season special; 23,000 BTU
" Attention Military: BRAND NAME FURNITUREAT admiral air conditioner 150. Get
.I, OR BELOW DEALER'S COST ready for winter perfection gas wall

SAVE MONEY ON AUTO WEA VER'S FURNISHINGSAT furnace 30. Call 772-1479. A.W.H.


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All ages of Military. Special low rates for under 25 and single. Low HIGHWAY 21 OR BLANDING BLVD.
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"'Wffi!!_*@ t$-$ t Hooker 2 I In 1 header for 650 cc- For Sale Carpet mats :3 12ftx12ft.and i4''

Yamaha 140, 3.00.19 Brlgdestone tire M4'xl8'. Best offer Chlldrens 1970 Dodge D.rt Swinger, 2 dr, t cy, .;f. M
I FLEET M&iri.i@$1 new S12. ". -''.5018 tube new (3 Craig record player $S. 387-1247 AC, PS, AT A8.H Radial tires Avg. ,... :
Model 3121 car track 30. 786.5735 18 MPG In city, one owner, excellent ', 111 1
---- condition. First 995. Call 778-0572 "
-- .- For Sale: Clothing for the entire Babysitting In my home nights and -- ,1 1'
(Continued family.Misc. Household Items. Sat. & weekends 387.1247 2.57 Chevies,one for parts, new paint,
from
page U) Sell or trade for Sun. 520 Clermont Ave. So. Orange 350 CID, 2 dr. post, $1200 or best.offer t
cart 750 Norton, Z Park 264.6210Wanted For Sale
Babysitting Orange Park High bars, new : 1973 Lemans Sport Couple. call 269-0667 .
headers
School: Students Meadowbrok area helmet Incl. Call 3728, new wiring, ---- AT on floor console, vlnal top, good i 1
available afternoons, _..or 771-1991 body parts for A 1935 and 1934 gas mileage 2 new tires rest excellent. 16' Lonestar alum runabout ww-35
evenings,
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weekends + Reliable Referencel.xchanged. Yamaha DT-100 Enduro Chevy Pickup.Call Al.Mann Ext. 3055 $1,850 264-4859 HP Johnson-Holsclaw trailer. plus ..
Call 264-3427 excellent 120 mpg. or after 5 389.0602 extras$SOD or best offer 3848 CWH 269. 1 :
trailer condition 400. Motorcycle --- 1974 Honda XL 350,700. 781-1489 1393 AWH .. ';
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trail ,
SALE large wheels$125.26..082 15ft. race boat 3 point hydro 800. night 772.3195 ask for Hakes --. '
FOR :: Maple high chair $10.
Childs Birch Chlfferobe $35. 69 Chevelle without trailer (400 ext. 3055 1972 Honda excellent transportation :
,
All t in 396 Engine W-4 to
197312x64
speed Air 2br, 1 ba with
----- refrlg stove and from
condition 244-3427 shocks, work Over 100 '
good new MPG. 5,540
clutch fuel pum8iwater 1973 15' Cobra Bowrlder take over payments unfurn. Call 7720324
45 H.P. miles 250. 772-9924 '
-- pump $600 or make after 4 p.m:!",
offer. 771-8030 Hardy PCS
trailer,7 H.P. Eng:coast guard
Greenhouse 20'xl5' Fiberglass after 4 -
roof p.m. '1"
equip excellent
$125.Wheelchair like new, Clay pots 2, Call NAS Ext. 3055 condition $2200 firm 1973 MACH 1, 351, AT, PS, PB, AC, Need space, Must sell 28cu.ft. :3 door
3, and 4", Ph._3847809 FOR SALE: Kitchen table (large) 6, ----or 772.7340 AM-FM vinyl roof, tach, gauges, Ward's frostfree frig.freezer \Has ,
black vinyl chairs, (85 car seat (15 For Sale 1973 VW Van 24,000 Miles console, call Hagen, weapons shop meat, vege, egg & fruit drawers (300 :1 .
For Sale: Hot Point Electric Range, tricycle NO; high chair$8 toys 772.8892 Radial tires new shock tuned. Below, Cecil Ext 175 gold. Excellent cond. 772.1599 after 4
button white 50. Call .. .
push 389.1010 Blue Book.
Curtains & carpeted. Call FeddA : Llk. j
For Salt: Buscher Tenor Saxophone NAS Ext. 3055 4,000 BTU 110 Volt.
TS-18S For Sale* Suzuki 1973 $450. Call I lust over hauled Contact Larry POOL RIDE from S.R.No.2 andS.R. new used 1 yr. 75. Call 771-3211 Ext. ,
269.1929 Or trade for car. Brown US 24 Squadron Cecil Field For Sale 15ft. Boat-40 HP. Elect. Start No.121 In Nassau to NAS. Narf 0700- 234. After call 772.1599 ;'- ..
1530 .
Call
Florida work 772.2701, Home
Ext. 8245 879-1470
and trailer. '
400. Good Condition. 772- speedbk''de; :
AIRPLANE FOR SALE; Piper PA-20, 3055 Mortimer 24 Inch 10 In good con
135 h.p., good family four place, freshannu.l 4 newt| never used Goodyear steel dltlon. 40. Call 3885798 for details

$5,000. Call 1-259-3874 radials 185x13" G800. (40 ea. or best 1973 Gremlin Air Automatic PS, 70 NOVA, One Owner, 250 cu.In III'--b: ; ;',; .yPCS
For bath townhouse
reasonable offer. Call 771.9005 after 5 28,000 miles Excellent cond. below 6cyllnder, standard trans, excellent tit
For Sale: 4 G7x1S" Tires on Dodge blue book. Chief Hall 772-2243 D.W. H. condition,1000.00 Call 784-7854 for the pool,2 car port,$27,000 &equity I:
Rims. Like newl) Make offer. Call I 1944 Plymouth Good body & Mech. AIMD. ride you want 733-4794 LCdr.Means. t .
Smith Cecil Ext. 8135 Condition 300. 4 chrome '
wheels and 2 reverse '-- For Sale, : 14' F"G, Fishing Boat. 4hp, ,
G60x14 gOOdyear tires Freezer 15 CU. FT. .
Upright ?
200. 249-0494 ANTIQUES-Oak Sideboard, Seeking motor, Gator trailer, 325.00 fl
Refrlg. C. F. Admiral F. F. Bottom Frigidaire Deluxe frost proof. Excellent square '.
Freer.100. Elect. Stove 25. Dishes & condition, $175, call 2449865 oak TABLE, oak chest of drawers Call 771-0859 after 1600 t, ,
Misc. 4749 Dundee Clr 388-7273 For Sale "L" Shaped Bar Saturday only Bentwood Chairs, walnut bed 269.2276 :;
72"x40"x40" Ex. Condo formica top & -- (Continued on page IS)

Sale: West. 19" BW TV, GE. Stereo offer Shelves. Oak wood sides. 250. or best 59 Cadillac Coupe DeVllle for sale PS, _............_"-LLLL..LLU.L.L. .... .. _.._...L.LUL.L.... ..... _.._............................_..u...__ __ .
Console W-AM-FM Radio t 3 speed 784-9041 PB, PW,AC(400or best offer. 771.3211 ;;;; :."<<;<<;;;;; ;;-;;;;;;;;-;;;;;;;;; ;: ;::<<;=<<;;;: -.v.- ;:=::
table I track tape recorder & ext. 8321 Speedy .r
Playback 771.7..... 1975 Ed Itlon. New standard encyclopedia '
NOW IS THE TIME BUY-OR SELL l
brand new. (225 or best Want to buy: 2 or 3 bra home In late t.
For Sale: 14" Boat and tilt trailer. offer 7849048For Nov. or early Dec. Please write CALL OR VISITfoffffffft I I f
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Boat need work, trailer good condo William Holland, 244 Parliament .:o:.:.:.:.;.:.:.:::::.;::.:::::.:..:.:..;.:.:.:.:..:::;;':::(o"W-: : ..: f
100. Cell 771-7484 Sale 2 lots 80 by 125 each. Side by Circle, Topsham, Maine. 04084 f
side at Port Malabar.5195 each or 2250 -- I '
,44 Fury II I i Conv. AT, new battery, top equity each and take over payments. 72 Vega GT Sta.wgn.good condition, SHRUM REAL. ESTATE ::
& muffler sys.,rebuilt eng., excellent Contact Duane Stelter after 6 p.m. 244- 3 speed AM-FM 8-track, 1200. Phone s} "BUY A HOUSE OR TWO" r, It "
5629
cond. 778-3718 389-7949 after 5 .
anytime 725. p.m. :-: / ,
LIST WITH US'TODAYI!
For Sale 1972 Honda 350 ElectricSt.rt ( House for Sale PCS, 3 bedroom, 2 PCS For sale, 3br, IVi ba, ww-carpet, r /
&turn signals. $375 or best offer. bath, 2 car garage. Traffic free AC, Kitchen range, large fenced back X.:., 5231 TIMUQUANA ROAD I
Duane Stelter 264.5629 after 6 p.m. location. 6109 Hlllvlew CT. Jax 771- yard, convenient to bases & schools : (between Ortega Farmes Blvd& Catoma) : a.
3772 771.2788 Wayne Shrum Reg. Real Estate Broker :
:: PhontlI771..m.: m.ono
For Sale: Bedroom furniture. Antique : ,. t I
green with gold trim, medltteranean Dirt Bike. 1973 Bultaco Pursang. Very 44 Ford Econo PU W.Camper top. : : :: *:::-::*:::*::-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::" :3i'-i:::: :::: : J ,
style. (225 or best offer Ph. 249-0814 fast, excellent condition.,!, 771.3772 Trade for??or sell tel.733.3467 after 6p.m. ;
.
Used Golf Clubs'Finalist 1969 DODGE CHARGER S.E., 383 HI .
woods 1-3-4-5 DIJI
Perf. Horst Shift, Posl
4spd Rear, Air .
tltllst irons 3 thru 4.178 x 15 tires with rims 6 lug for
sandwedge$SO. 783.
Shocks,AM-FM Tape Deck, AC, PB, trucks etc. Call 264.4391
2896 PS, Mags, 1000.00 Call 786.0607 MOVE ,IN WITH ONLY $200 f
1973 Honda 4 padded sissy bar balk ,
Child care In my home. Weekly or carrier windshield low mileage
hourly. Infant or toddler preferred (850. 264.6840 '
STOCKCflR Orange Park area Bellalr 269.2062 AND APPROVED CREDIT?

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FOR SALE trade for 8 track
; or
A1M MtWMl recorder: ELECTROPHONICcassette NAS JAX

I player-recorder. S9und on
FLEET MARKETContinued sound. Cost $100 Sell for $40.
Prerecorded cassettes $3.00 ea. 772 00 00
1393: 00.0 : rI. e o woo

,,,..,,..,, AM-FV. 0 0 0 0 qjpjJ
( from panel?) !FOR SALE: Pioneer ';
j
Mr Sale v IM at.Vny'\ Coated Stereo.Cassette Player In dash mount
,' PCS 18ft. 10120 HP Mercrviser top 1 W* n.H ,,'..:06b.. Plate two brbm tor any car. 5 months old. Cost $190.

\ trailer condition- must Gold see color.200 Immaculate Anderbtro. tn. call( .mn....... .. Sell/ for $140 7728393AUTHENTIC ....--... Thursday, Oct. 2 Gunn and Rosalind Cash. PG, 95

NAS 2740 771.2114 Babysitting' My home fenced' yard BENTWOOD ROCKER "BUG; a drama starring min.

t centrally located on 103rd St. Between new never used doesn't match Bradford Dillman and Joanna Monday.OcU -

PCS 3 Bedroom House tor sale NAS and Cecil Ca.. 778-4693 anytime. present furniture drastic price Miles. PG. 100 min.Friday "EVEN ANGELS EAT

Orange Park 2 bath biro dishwasher reduction. Call Ext. 3405 or 387-5249 Oct.3 BEANS a drama starring
,
Air Shocks-Six
Cure-Ride
CH&A, family room. Den-Sm equity For Sale' after S p.m. "
assume VA loan call 264- 905 month sold fits small car. Call 778-4693 "SCANDALOUS JOHN, a Givliano Gensma and Bud

..-- after 5 p.m. $25. MOD. 58 Remington 16 GA. MOD. comedy starring Brian Keith and Spencer. PG. 93 min.Tuesday .

73 PONTIAC LEAAANS white with Choke new In carton $185. S&W 1917 Alfonso Arau. G. 114 min. Oct. 7
I I tan Interior air cond. $2600, call 2M5424 Economy Wagon? 28 MPG 1973 MOD. 45 Cal. Revolver 1 box of Saturday, Oct.4 "RANCHO DELUXE" a
Subaru with Air Excellent Cond. 772-
... N 9070 ,cartridges $125..771-1175......-. NO KIDDIE MATINEE. "THE western comedy starring Jeff
Will buy Industrial walking foot DEADLY TRAP," a suspense Bridges and Sam Waterson. R. 93
sewing machine good condition call 1972 VW Camper with tent excellent For Sale' : Gold traditional SOFA & drama starring Faye Dunawayand min. '
condition $3200 772-9070 chair $70.00 Call SUE AT ft-
389-5954 Mr. Willis
.....-..... 7866958. Frank Langella. PG. 94 min. Wednesday, Oct. 8

For Sale ((1)) 68 Cougar $300 ((1)) 71 18,500 BTU Window Air Cond. $75 772- Sunday, Oct. S "NEWMAN'S LAW" a drama

Datson Pickup$1,000 (1)) 70 olds Conv. 9070 ........... 1966 JAGUAR Daimler Sedan. "CORNBREAD, EARL AND starring George Peppard and
1 $900. Call Vincent at 7722338 or 387. Symphonic Hlgh-FI Stereo may need Leather & Walnut Interior. Expertly ME," a drama starring Moses Roger Robinson. PG. 99 min.
2281 maintained PS, PB AT, Right-hand
new cartridge $45.772.3204 or 269-0792 Steering (classic car) $2800 firm 268-

Clarinet, Carrying case music stand. after S p.m. .. .. 6379 12x64 MOBILE HOME, Super clean
N ,........ AIR CONDITIONER Rbullt 11,000
Sell I or trade for double barrel shot gun no halls Roomy 2x4 walls Air, Shed 3
73 Panda Delx Camper, Stove Furn lOhp Mercury OUTBOARD MOTOR.In BTU Fedders. Excellent Cond 110V.
or what have you 7717188. Bedrooms, each with bath Home In '
.-........ Ice box sink sleeps 6, exc. cond. storage for eight years. As Is $45.00 $75 771-8968
For Sale' Large Infant Play pen, make offer. Call 772-8994. (Prop Is worth $35.00)) 264-2307 Michigan already Built $5,400 264-7361

never use $20. Call 264 4441 anytime ,
71 MALIBU, AT, PS, Vinyl Top,
Officers Uniforms, Blues khakis Silver Cordoba burgandy top like
For Sale: Sears Automatic DISH Radio Heater New Belted Tires Rear
combination frame and covers new, 8000 ml. Fully equipped $5500 or
WASHER w-cuttlng board. Portable. Window DeFogger, $1650 or best offer
Looking for Roommate to share expenses garrison caps insignia, collar best offer 269-0476 after 5:00: ((2907))
condition. $10000 or best" 269-1710
Excellent
on 3 bedroom house furnished devices web belts, socks (new) and
lavishly Wow carpet central heat & air ties. 264.3778 Antique Straight CHAIR $5.00 offer Ext. 2415 246.2372

$160. officer or enlisted male 5069 771. Motorcycle Helmet $10.00 Cartop Boator For SaleEarlyAmerlcan SOFA, green
0436 For Sale: 1962 Ford Econollne Van. Canoe Carrier $5.00 Childs Rocker 73 CHARGER-AC AT, RS.H In good gold color good shape call 2640856
New paint new tires 6 cyl. Engine $5.00 772-2413 cond. New transmission, new anytime
Rebuilt $800 call Stewart 384-4096 manifold 2100 Left
to Call
772 8676
(2)) 185x14' Mltchelln radials used on240Z .....-... Marlin I Mod 90 Over & under 12Ga. ...--o pay, .......---
$50. ((1)) tow bar included adapter VW RAIL BCH. BUGGY, Modified Mod & Imp cycbbls. $150.00 or trade 1966 PLYMOUTH FURY II Door, For Sale 20'SEACRAFT '1974. 1SOHP
for Opel GT $25. (2)) Opel GT Snow 1500 Air shocks sand tires on rear, for other shotguns. 772-2413 AT, PS, RfcH Factory Air Cond. Runs Merc. 1975. Deep V Gator trailer,
tires 4 rims $30. 5069 771-0436 biminl Rod elec dash
holders
top.
roll bucket bus tank
bar seats gas good $400 or best offer 387-4984 or 772-
sell with or without engine call 7860607 PCS For Sale Large 4, Bedroom 2 3152 compass. Take over payments. 771-
15 ft. Mod V Hull fishing boat, bath HOME fenced 2 3958 after 5pm
yard car .... ..
......._ --
moulded plywood, 35 hp. Johnson garage, 7 pet. Va Loan 264-0996
with trailer, new: steering, runningand For Sale PCS Between bases 3 br, 2 ;,........
bass seats needs some work $375 ba separate LR and DR, large kit and 17cu.ft. CHEST FREEZER, $100.00 '
Two Riding GARDEN TRACTOR
786-5735 family rom large corner lot, fenced. 1< TIRESRear( ) Mounted on rims $5.00
Low 40's Call after 6 p.m. 771-6789 12000 BTU Air Conditioner$100.00 Call good needs some work $300 Call 786-
each 264 2307
771-8968 5737 after 4:30:


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I I Chairman (: SC discusses federal employees :) j eof

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.au-man auionai for the American JL e/ ,
was the interviewed Civil Service Commission to resist Government intrusion.people I Ai 1 think that maybe the reason these days and a lot of people say of employees who just can't wait .,
by
Washington feel that the
think you
more and more we Comptroller that's too many. What do you to get out of Government
Star Staff Writer John Cramer. i are seeIng Central's advice Is more followed think? who are J
Excerpts from the Government programs touch is ounting the months, weeks and
interview because there's
appear on tome facet of more publicity A: You can't categorically
below). an Individual's say days to retirement. Doesn't this I
about it. In
life. I think that if the Govern our personal management there are too many Federal em point to bad management? J'
employees are some 8 million ment doesn't respond quickly and deficiencies evaluation program we find ployees. Federal employment has A: As for the individual who ,
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on the Federal payroll 'V5Ljto,the satisfaction of and achieve a considerable been maintained at a level pace feels he hasn't achieved and Is f .
these days and a lot of people say that he's naturally gong amount of success in per for a number of years-and In recent anxious to leave the Government,
that's too many. What do you i to have a low opinion of it. suading agencies to correct them. years has actually decreased we get into a difference1 of opinionon t
think tAt But this Is nothing new. The bureaucrat fective.I think generally it has been ef And this while there have been a the value of that-individuaL
You can't categorically say has been the whipping number of new programs that are any organization some people In'e'e
boy at least Q: But a recent General Accounting being put into effect/ each As that
there are too many Federal em- for every one of the Office year. they should be at a
ployees. Federal employment has 28 rears that I've been associated critical of the report was highly the head of the central personnel level. But that view may not be t
Commission's evaluations
maintained with the Government. agency, would soy that I'nVl'ry shared by their
been at a level pace superiors. In all .
of said
Q: How do other agencies. It conscious of the total number of organizations I think ;
for a number of years-and In recent you rate the quality the Commission this is a
years has actually decreased. of Government management in the pulls too many Federal employees but as an agency problem. When we talk about job It,
punches in its
face of investigations Ian t I feel that I do not enrichment,
And this while there have been a this? that bad management manage upward mobility, and
number of new programs that A: From those that I come in have enough employees to give the management development the
are A: That would be true if I
being put into effect each year. As contact with, I think it's very high. agreed with characterizationof quality service that we try to give.. whole purpose is to achieve max),
the jiead of the central personnel Many of them are aware of what the report.your 1 didn't particularlyagree Q: An increasing number of mum utilization of skills at all ;
agency, I would say that I'm very the problems ,are and are trying with it. Many of our reports Federal employees are retiring at levels. If all people were properlY' 1
conscious of the total number of to do something about It. I'm Im they criticized were done under a an early age, what's your explanation motivated they would use their
Federal employees, but as an agency pressed. I'm also depressed too. previous system which I thought ? skills to the maximum. I'm not ,I
manager I feel that I do not I see some that are not happy andI was not the most effective way of A; I think that this trend has ,sure we'll ever achieve that goal r
have think this U.some kind ot frustration recently slowed down. I think
enough employees to give the doing things. We had come to the thata
quality service thai; we try to give.Q that many agency heads conclusion ourselves that our inspections number of people left early to Payroll f
: With fringe benefits added see had to be improved, and take advantage of opportunities to
in, the Federal payroll now runs Q: One has the feeling that we were in the process of improvement start a second career. We've hada
to $48 billion a year., Aren't some many of the internal checking procedures when the GAO report appeared pay freeze on now at the top fora Deduction
of these workers overpaid -that comptroller gener considerable number of years
al's and this has had of ;
A: A. a general rule I would investigations excepted-aren't Q: There are some 3 million the effect "
really working. What's your view., people leaving at an earlier age. Does More.. e
say no. I think our system of pay employees: on the. Federal payroll L Q: But one encounters dozens_ .
comparability i Is a good one, butI
think it needs to be perfected. .
,
Certain categories of Federal
employees .
:iI(
may be overpaid. In look ..7
ing at their job classifications we .
find that some are overclassified 'i "
This of course, would result in 1 '
overpaying At you know we have -"\... "
a major project going on now in '
the total pay area and we will begetting "
to the problem in terms of "' /
the way we compare pay in the Announcing ,
Federal service with that in industry r; :!
as well as the way we classify .
positions. But by and large I
don't think we have large numbers
of people being overpaid., Social! Security Check .1. .i

Q: Generally, though, how do .':
Federal employees stack up
against their counterparts on. the .

outside A: I think that over the years you'neverhave': j
the Government has attracted a
very high quality of employees.
Certainly at the present time we're ,
.
attracting top quality college .
graduates and professionals. On to wait for. ,
;
the upper end of the scale we are .
having difficulty getting scientistsand .. )
technicians and the ,
professional .
people from the outside. I :

eral think employee that the quality is good of, that the Fed they }, .>NOW you don't have to sit'at home worrying about whether your'' ;, ', .; '

are job.show dedicated.that_ they Productivity are doing a figures good Social Security check will be in the mail today, tomorrow;or .I. > :: .:t: ,' r

eral Q: But the image of the Fed the next day.Instead. .!
service employee obviously is

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'Washington, D.C.-- simulated offensive and yx
Seventeen U.S. ships defensive maneuvers with
joined a 50-ship NATO the NATO force against air .' ) ,I- S -
force last week. in the and submarine attacks.

Aegean Sea to participatein F-14 Tomcats flying off r a.t .
Exercise Deep Express the Kennedy provided

I' protection and support for ,. t
75.Deep Express is one of a the amphibious ships. rra
series of NATO exercises New S-3A submarine
being conducted this fall hunter aircraft and E-2C

', under the title, "Autumn airborne command and
Forge 75." control aircraft joined the

Led by USS John F. F-14s to improve the offensive

Kennedy (CV-67)), four and defensive
U.S. task forces made up posture of the NATO force.

of cruisers, destroyers, This is the first time an
BUDDY POPPY AWARD.. Capt. l Karl J. Bernstein, Commanding Officer, HAS Jacksonville,
amphibious ships, patrol S-3A Viking has par- receives from J.C."Jim" Bradley, Commander V.F.W. Post 4922,an award for helping to promotethe
combatants and a sub- ticipated in a NATO V.F.W.annualPoppyprogramatNAS this year while H.M. Daniels (left), Ruth Grant and Jean
marine conducted exercise. Stickel, V.F.W. representatives of- the disabled veterans group,watch. This year's Poppy programwill
be conducted here on Nov. 2$-29.

ij.. Defense authorization bill passed


..'1-';'" Washington, D.C.-- Included is an' systems approved .for.

Congress has passed a authorization for 22 new purchase and-or!

I. $30.9 billion military ships and 338 fixed wing procurement are the new

... procurement .aircraft and helicopters. Condor airtosurfacemissile
", I Il : authorization bill. Among weapons the Captor mine,
l "F" the
I ? Lvptv K f # :w\\.1 1a w[ I Sparrow ,
, Phoenix, Harpoon and
standard MR missiles and

\ .the Aegis weapons system.

li, 41I\ Provisions of the bill
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SHAMROCK SMILES Both AW2 Duane Sorenson and Cdr. R.H. slated here
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I Jesberg, Commander of the HS-7 Shamrocks, smile happily on the
t occasion of the promotion of Sorenson to Second Class Petty Officer. Jax-The E-8 and E-9
i i 1 AW2 Sorenson was recognized for his professional ability and BAT GIRLS BAKE SALE.Enjoying some of the brownies,cookies, ad-.
November 1975
i knowledge In the ASW-SAR mission of the Shamrocks. cakes, etc. recently ,sold.at Hanger 1000 by members of the VP-24
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in Scotland TEEN CLUB LADIES VOLLEYBALL / :,'
pull carts are and then begin the This Saturday, Oct. 4th, the The ladies are getting a good ;
no longer permitted? downswing by shifting the band will be "Icehouse", Names league together. Games are jj
Damage to the course was hips laterally at the target.This are being taken for all those who played every Monday night at *
getting beyond all hope will ensure you start wish to compete in the Teen Club 7 pm.f you are interested in tj
and the pull carts, or the downswing from the talent show.Participants must be Joining come on out. We can 'T' ::
'' members. A Halloween Dance always use more players. \:
"trolleys, were the same position more will be held on Oct. 31., Adult SWIM LESSONS *
culprits. Also in the.riding consistantly.Will volunteers are needed. If interested Registration is still being taken .;
carts, it would be better to call 3127., The first for all winter swim classes. \'
keep them as close to the my two ,friends couple has been chosen for the There is a 5.00 fee. Registration '
edge of the rough recognize the fact that I dance marathon., Congrats to must be in person at Bldg. 523. :'
as am talking about, them? I Ton! Zaleski and Tracey Calta. GYMNASTICS f.A f.r;.
ssible.
IX> The help we give :
hope it helps them to read RECCENTER volunteer leader or 'in- ,
to our maintenance force Basketball will begin Oct. 7th. structor is-still needed before we I
this and that,
they practice
will be appreciated. We are still hi need of volunteer can begin with our gymnastics ''
TIP OF THE WEEK it on the,driving range. officials. If interested call 3127. group: If interested please call I ',

I have two good friends, Sept. 22 Best Ball of m- m.
By Ruth Meaders one male and one female. Twosome Results:
It's amazing to me that Both have identical VP-49 netters rally t' .1

so many women appear on problems with their FIRST FLIGHT .,..
a day that looks swings. They start the LucyPowell-M.Vaught 71 VP-49's tennis team is holding impressive 5-1 victory over the :
threatening, has tornado downswing before they Berv Mac Aleer-Doris' an even keel thus far in intramural 679th Radar Squadron in their J.
watches out with finish the Calais 71 tennis competition. The second outing.It looked at first as '.
backswing. The .Woodpeckers dropped their first though the Air Force was going to
hurricane Eloise only a natural sequence of the SECOND FLIGHT match by a 5-1 score to NARJAXon have things their own way when
few miles away. It's really swing requires a com Cissy Lorch-Riith September 26th. Although the their No.l man Scott Brown, i
great to see all of you. pleted backswing before Headers 72 final team score was rather seemed to do nothing wrong in l'
lopsided in NARJAX favor, the beating Joe Mosier 812..,
Proves you aren't just fair the reverse action, or H.Potter-Elaine Honour 72 .

weather golfers. downswing begins. Key THIRD FLIGHT close.actual In competition the number one was singles quite :The Air Force's winning trend 1;
Keep in mind please, to yourself with your left Dot White-Lassie match, VP-49's Dana Law lost a was brought to an abrupt halt
keep carts well away from shoulder and do not make close decision to Don Boal by the however as the "Woodpecker's" "
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the, greensand tees. Not a move back to the ball Mahoney 73 score of&-S.7-5. Playing No. 2 for Rich Nash turned the tide in 49's ,[1 i
C.Larkin-RobinGilroy 73 the "Woodpeckers," Mike Partin favor with a 6-2,6-3 victory over r '
only riding carts but pull until the left shoulder
Rick in the No.2
Swanson singles
also lost a close one, 6-4, 6-3 to
carts as well. Did you nestles under the chin.Wait FEWEST PUTTS NARJAX Claude Cooper. The match..,From then on it was all
know that, at St. Andrews for it to stop there Jean Davis 30 No.3 singles[ went three sets with VP-49 as Mike Partin rallied for a
49's Joe Mosier losing to NAR-, win in the No.3 singles, beating "
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-- = v- I NASH-MOSIER losing to''Bpal- 64 win over Karen Barland in the <, '
JUNIOR BOWLING Cooper by a 6-4, 6-4 count. ,No.4 singles while Dana Law and (
The next, week the "Wood Bob Cuccias teamed, up in t
peckers" rallied from their, doubles play to defeat Rick Puleo k f
September's NAS Junior Susan Taylor, Ray Winstead, U'sandAC 7' 1 season- pening defeat with an and Mark Klenke, 6-1, 6-2., "". '
Bowler of the Month award was Diana Galley,Kevin Mason,JanaLaVigne Strikers II 5 3
captured by Cindy Warren. Her and Mike Rogers.'BANTAMS Strikers 5 3Gitter
61 pin,over average also earned Dusters 4 4
her the Bantam Bowler of the ,Alley Gators 4 4 :
Month. Marc' Woodman was W L Pin BaU Wizards 3 5Bowlders ENGLISH :.
named >Junior, Bowler of the Hot Shots 6 0Hogan's '/ 3 5
.Month for his 25 pins, over Heroes 5 1GutterRats Alley Dusters 3 5AlleyKmgs
4 2 1 7
average performance.
Mike Dixon, Liza Hepner, Four Muskateers '4 2 Pin Splitters 1 7 Estate .
Michael Zachary,Kim Anderson, Pin Spinners 4 2 ;
Chris Guest, and Kathryn Taylor Pin Action 3 3 Keglers urged 1'If '
were the,Bantams' high gamers Alley Kats 3 3
with' Ton I LaVigne, Laddie Mad Foxes 2 4 to qualify
Martinez and Mary Edwards Rolling Sones 2 4 '
placing in the high series rollers. Hot RoUers 1 5 Qualifications for the Navy Homes J
Kevin Ferry, Nancy Cooper, Pin Busters 1 5 200th bowling tournament will be Magnificent
Larry Martinez and .Carolyn High. 1I0pes ,1 "' 5 held Oct. 18 for NAS JAX,' II
Adkins, were 'among the high JUNIORS Mayport and Cecil Field. All from:
handicap performers. W W active duty personnel, civilian
The ,Junior leaders for this Big Four '8 0 employees and retired military
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I CECIL SPORTS li'} good first season CECIL FLICKS



By Paul II.Poczobut GOLF LESSONS
} \ Supply-AIMD hung on to first Commencing 22 Oct. 75, free
place by defeating VA-87, 28-0, Golf lessons will be given to wivesof
t I) and VS-32, 14-8. VA-45 downed personnel stationed at NAS 2 Oct.75BUG
I \ I VA-87 for there first victory of the Cecil Field. Classes will start
season in overtime 2120. The each Wednesday at 1000. Interested "PC"lOOmin. ,
Marines also downed VA-87 by a parties may register at v. r. .
\ score of 166. Holding on to a the golf course or call Mr.Stott at .. M
j chance for first place the Marines ext. 245. Starting in January free -3 Oct.75 !'
) I now are tied with VS-28 for lessons will be held for personnel ZANDY'S BRIDE'' 1
second place with a 3-1 record. residing in the BEQ. Dates and "PC"97min.

VS-22 lost to VS-32 32-22. Last times will be announced. ". ,\

Tuesdays to the games storms.were cancelleddue i ij 1 I I fJ. i i1! l iiii 4 Oct.75 '

THE DEADLY TRAP
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standings are as follows: 94 mini
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\ VS-28 3-1 5 Oct.75
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MARINES "< 3-1 8,498, RNBREAD,EARL AND ME"PG"
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G, .,. VS-30 2-2 Special Services has installed 95 mini
VS-24 2-3 a sports line in the .
Station Gym. By dialing 8498, 8 Oct.75
VS-32 2-3
schedules Pictured above are members of the VA-72 Blue Hawks Enlisted
information on SUMMER WISHES,
VA-174 1-3
\' whats & Wives' Softball Team who art completing a very successful and anoyabla ='
results, starting WINTER DREAMS
VA-45. 13VA87 be obtained. ( "first" stason. The final event scheduled was to have been a
#'.' standings may "PG"
1-4 to combination picnic and Softball game with HS-11 Wives' Club.The HS-
Tapes are changed daily 98 min.
to the minute 11 ladies were unable, to attend and hopefully the game will be
provide
CO-NATIONAL up .
bowling league rescheduled. An Invitation Is issued for other wives' groups at Cecil '
with This results. 7 Oct.75
c' got underway 10 teams. Field or NAS Jax to form teams to play for fun and exercise while the
\ is compared to 14 for the summer weather permits. If you have at least ten ladies who want to play, call RANCHO DELUXE
league. Next week I'll have the Marie Roach VA-72 and HS 11 In the "R"93min.
\, for ili *jili 11 Jm n 771-0970. personnel deployed .
standings you.
Med on the John F. Kennedy with the sixth fleet.

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FREE' { 'PeaCoats'Sailors "PG"
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West on 103rd from|.J",then north: on Ricker Road
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!,'r:< PUBLIC c RICHARD, R. )) )STIE. BUILDER.;

778-3650 G> 733-4589 ,

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7 reasons why you GOODS


I; Warehouse Sale ir.pir1i1vk.Az.1u I' DISCOUNT STORE \
automobile transmission
i 10135 Beach Blvd Ml tot*
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NOW ,OPEN TO PUBLIC'' "
serviced at r""

BEDS! BEDS! BEDS! AAMCO

I Th World's LargestTransmission
II
I Specialists

King Size...................$129 ,


Q u..n........................,85 a Nationwide Canada Guarantee: U.S.A.'GUARANTEE"CAR OWNERSHIP"AVAILABLE POKE'N'

Free Towing at no extra charge. .
Full & Twin.................$69 .One day service in most cases.FREE AAMCO'S PARTS,AND LABOR STROKE'
ON OWN-
Free Multi-Check. Use our 19- "CAR
I point diagnostic check..bclu.ERSHIP"REBUILTTRAN5. -
LIQUIDATING sive with AAMCO. MISSIONS FOR AS LONG .
Completely ..Reconditioned. .AS;"YOU OWN THE CAR
AAMCO transmissions! are completely AND SERVICE IT'ANNUALLY
1 OVERSTOCK reconditioned by professionals.
COAST TO COAST

Famous Name Brands FInand.Av.illbl.1f necessary. AT A,MODEST COST,PRESENT -1 '
,With approved credit. ', CERTIFICATE TO :
< '.600 AAMCO Dealers. Over 500 ANY AAMCO CENTER -
.JOHNS.ONMODEL AAMCO dealers. coast-to-coast. COAST-TO-CO
Service wherever_ you.travel. ,
'...U2 Th..Ar.AAmco.C.nt..N.lrMoat ,
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BEDDING Navy Bate* Drive In For Fast Service THE NEWEST AND FINEST
We Service All American and Most Foreign' Cars MINIATURE GOLF COURSEIN

: 2071 EMERSON ST.,. WAREHOUSE No 8, 4005 BLANDING BLVD.- HASJUSTOPENEDAT.NORTHEAST FLORIDA.. '

PHONE 399-5990 (Opposite Cedar Hills Shopping Center) 312 BLANDINGBlVaORANOf ; ,

l TELEPHONE 772-7557 'Aluce2'U;';

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AMERICAN MAYO BAT BOYS 12 ,1sk1\ '. )I
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LATE CHARGERS 20 8 MOOCHERS 12 20 AMERICAN '. :: '
FLEET ANGELS No.l 19V4 8ft FLEET 11 21 W .,I. )
ANGELS )
No.2 4 28 VP.30 No.1 si'N ;
'. HIGH VOLTAGE 17 11 4' 0 ot' # '
MAD FOXES No.1 \ ... ;
e NAMTD ((1011)) 17 11 .3 "'.1 :: i' r '. 1'.'
FASO No.1 15 13 NATIONAL FASO 2 '_ l1i' i.r 't
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23 13
:, TRIPPERS 14 14 ADCOP .
I "0"No.1 25 7 VP-49 2.- 1 Y
VP-30 WV4 YI
HV4 SPLIT .
MAD FOXES No.1 10 18 GU1TERRA1'8 MAKERS 23 9 BATMAN 2 '2 ,' .
NAMTD(3032) 9 19 HAMMER 18 14 AffiOP'S 1 : 2 ,
SLAMMERS 18 14 689th 1 2
GREENBACKS 7 21 JET
SET
18 14 NARJAX 1 2
ATLANTIC WOODPECKERS No.1 18 14 NWSF 1 3 )

) ALLEY BATS W 18 10 L SIX ONE'S PACK BUNCH 16 14 16 18 AmD NATIONAL 0 4 I fx'&iv&iv&y&y&'xs:::: iiiiiii iiiiiiiiiii itiiiiiiij@iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiii! iii i iiiliftiii i i;;..

CONTROLLERS 18 10 CPW-11 PAUL'S RAIDERS 13 19 W L FOOTBALL STANDINGS
SEABEES No.1 10 22 NDRC .
NARJAX 16 16 12 8 EXPLODERS 10 22 MAD FOXES No.2 2 3. 0 1 .........., -.....-..... -. ...-.....
BLIND RATS 9 23 ..
MAD FOXES No.3 16 16 NARJAX No.ll 2 0
VP-30"0"No.2 1534 UV4 PACIFIC SUPPLY 2 0 AMERICANW NATIONAL
MAD FOXES No.2 154 12V4 W L ADCOP 2 1 L W .L .
NWSFNo.1 CPW.ll .. ADMIN 9 0 HS-1 8 : 0
14 14 NWSF No.2 20 1 1 (
SEAHORSES 14 14 BAD COMPANY 19 12 FASO No.2 1 1 ARROP'S 6 4 MARINE BAR 6'2 .
SPARKS 14 14 THE ERMIES 19 13 13 VP.30 1 2 HACKERS 5 3 MAD FOXES 5 3 ,
NO SECONDS BEGINNERS MARTD 1 3 MARTD 4 5 NARJAX 5. 4
14 18 18 14 I
HOSPITAL 9 23 FASO NO.2 18 14 HS-l 0 3 679th 2 6 MEDICAL 4 5
SEABEES 3 VP-30 2 6 WOODPECKERS 2:7
VP-30 No.3 7 17 VP.30 No.6 16 12 0 '.
GAFFERS VP-16 NRMC 2 7 SPECIALS 0 9
15 13
CONTINENTALW L SPARK CHASERS 13 19 Game Center Closed

BUSCH LEAGUERS 22 10 ZILCH 13 19 Indoor pc>ol closed Jax-The Game Center in Bldg.
MISFITS 22 10 SEABEES No.2 12 16 148 has been closed for extensive
ZERO'S' 204 114 CPO'S 9 19 Jax-The Indoor Pool in Bldg. weekends from 12 noon until 7 renovation. Its reopening date
.ALLEY APPLES 20 12 WOODPECKERS 8 16 614 will be closed for about two p.m. for those who desire to use will be announced as soon as the .
weeks for required maintenance.The the facility while the
GEMS 19 13D'KEEPERS Indoor Pool refurbishing activity is completed .,
Outdoor Pool on AlleghenyRoad is closed. .
184 134 !
500" It 12 SMILE! will be open Monday .
Friday, from 2 to 7 p.m. and on
THE FORCE 13 19 AR6AM fflMTErS PMAMIEI! .II

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I CLIP THIS AD FOR YOUR CHOICE OF... I Z
5 ACRESHeavy o ien
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FREE ADMISSION I II .'
Oaks In Clay County. ; \ OR u ... .'. "

: Low down payment. 188 per \ FIRST FREE. DRINK I II
mo: NO LOW LAND. Lake I NORMANDY BiVD WEST Of NORMANDY MALL ;1
privileges.West DANCING CIRLSICONTINUOUS I 150 SHOPS! FREE ADMISSION! FREE PARK'INGI!
I ENTERTAINMENTI! II AIR-CONDITIONEDMINI-MALL -
Central Realty Inc. "
Broker REASONABLE PRICES! II. FRIDAY SATURDAY 10 A.M.-1:30 P.M..
f SUNDAY 10 A.M.4:00 P.M.

1-378-2308 I.. .. R&RL0uNGEI I II

ANYTIMEI -} ,:.A'z 527 MAIN STREET I ..

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JIM ROHRBACHERUSN

( Ret.)

SALES MANAGER ."


27.950BUILDERS SAYS..

OF QUALITY
"WE ARE OFFERING THE
LAUREL HOMES HOMES FOR 25 YEARS BEST DEALS IN TOWN.ONCOROLLACORONACELICA \

.
LAND CRUISER AND MARK II" '
NOTHING DOWN VA SMALL DOWN FHA
NEW TOYOTA

1 WE PAY ALL CLOSING COSTS 33 MILES COROLLA 1.

11 FLOOR PLANS OF NEW HOMES FOR EVERY BUDGET. SEE OUR FINE QUALITY PER GALLON .)
LOCATION AND SAVE THOUSANDS.WE DEVELOP
CONVENIENT
AND BEAUTIFUL
41
OUR OWN LAND AND SELL OUR OWN HOMES SAVING YOU LOT COST. AND REAL 2711P.O.E.

ESTATE FEES. }

ALL OUR HOMES HAVE THE FOLLOWING FEATURES .

CENTRAL HEAT I AIR
WALL TO WALL LUXURY CARPET
.CE RANGE BUILT IN DISHWASHERCE
GARBAGE DISPOSAL
.
HOODCOLORED
VENTED
FIXTURES APPLIANCES ATTACHED GARAGEUNDERGROUND f
UTILITIES CELICA COROLLA ,
STREET LIGHTS.
0 SIDEWALKS
ri .. SODDED LAWNS MARBLE WINDOW SILLS WAGONS
IV INSULATION
KITCHEN CEILING: COPPER PLUMBING
LUMINOUS
STREETS '
'1 CLOSESTS DOUBLE 4249$3368
LIGHTED SHELVES ATTRACTIVE LIGHTING FIXTURES .
POE 1
DEYOE TAKE MARIETTA, EXIT POE'Y

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3 Minutes from MO & 1-295.15: Minutes Downtown,

10 minutes to Cecil Field, 20 Minutes to. NAS. ."

DIRECTIONS JOCTOBER
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If\1'1 I ": CECIL SPORTS -- good first season CECIL FLICKS



By Paul II.Pociobut Jr.SupptyAIMD GOLF LESSONS
hung on to first Commencing 22 Oct. 75, free
place by defeating VA-87, 28-0, Golf lessons will be given to wivesof
and VS-32, 14-8. VA-45 downed personnel stationed at NAS 2 Oct.75
VA-87 for there first victory of the Cecil Field. Classes will start BUG"PG"
season in overtime 2120. The each Wednesday at 1000. In-
Marines also downed VA-87 by a terested parties may register at 100 min;
score of 16-6., Holding on to a the golf course or call Mr.Stott at ."
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chance for first place the Marines ext. 245. Starting in January free -3 Oct.75
now are tied with VS-28 for lessons will be held for personnel ZANDy"S BRIDE ,
second place with a 3-1 record. residing in the BEQ. Dates and -i.pGn
VS-22 lost to VS-32 32-22. Last times will be announced. 97 min. ,

t Tuesdays to the games storms.were cancelleddue lt j 1 l mI1m 1 lifji:! Iil i 4 Oct.75

ri 73 v.Pictured THE DEADLY TRAP .
After two weeks of play the SPORTS "PG"
standings are as follows: 94 min.
SUPP-AIMD 5-1 LINE
VS-28 3-1 5 Oct.75
MARINES 3-1 8498 RNBREAD,EARL AND ME"PG"
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VS-22 2-2
.". VS-30 2-2 Special Services has installed 95 min.
VS-24 2-3 a sports line in the
VS-32 :' 2-3 Station Gym. By dialing 8498, 6 Oct.75
above art members'of the VA-72 Blot Hawks Enlisted
information schedules
VA-174 1-3 on SUMMER WISHES,
.
results whats & Wives' Softball Team who art completing a very successful and tnioyablt -'
VA-45 1-3 starting WlNTERDREAMS'
be, obtained. "first"season. The final event scheduled was to have been a
# VA-87 1-4 standings may "PG"
to combination picnic I softball game with HS-11 Wives'Club.The HS-
Tapes are changed daily 98 min.
CO-NATIONAL bowling league provide up to the minute 11 ladits were unable,to attend and hopefully the game will be .
rescheduled. An Invitation Is issued for other wives' groups at Cecil '
results.
with 10 teams.Thisis 7 Oet.75ItANCHO
underway
1 got Field or NAS lax to form teams to play for fun and exercise while the
to 14 for the DELUXE
),1 compared summer weather permits. If you have at least ten ladies who want to play,call

I standings league. Next for week you. I'll have the ili *m 1 ili l1 l1 1 1 1I. Med Marie on Roach the John 771-0970.F.Kennedy VA-72 with and the HS-11 sixth personnel fleet. are deployed In the 93"R"min.


1 1t .. 8 Oct.75
t I. NEWSPAPER THE LORDS OF FLATBUSH

i FREE BRIDAL PICTURE! 'PeaCoats'Sailors 84"PG"min.DRIVE.
:1 (tit wedding photos
: n:1.: who have to endure pea-soup weather often don,their pea

1 .. .,.r>.o'..................... ....$:.; 7... >> coats but the coat's name isn't derived from the weather.,
I ................-q--::....'.$:::::::..: $$'j,: The heavy topcoat worn in cold, miserable weather by seafaringmen
was once tailored from pilot cloth a heavy,coarse,stout kind of :
: K. JACPMY twilled blue cloth with the nap on one side. The cloth was sometimes
called P-cloth for the initial letter of the word and the garment made SAFELYPQKE'N'

'. .. '. from it was called a p-jacket later a pea coat.The term has been used
PH010Gtt. .... since 1923 to denote coats made from that cloth.
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EXECUTIVE SQUARE/WEST : JAX S GREATEST

6316 SAN,,JUAN AVENUE : CADLELITEHOMES FURNITURE

n 11\OFFICE: 783-2992. HOME: 771-9028 WHOLESALE VALUES!


I | FROM'26,5001 I PRICE TO EVERYONE
I
j APPROVED FOR FHA ft VA
, DIRECTIONS:
West on 103rd from I-20S,then north: on Ricker Road
I

." PUBLIC r- RR'H.tRDR.IXSTIEBUILDER"rte ;
778-3650 & 733-4589 .
,I i

1 NOTICE

7 reasons why you
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:'1:J' Warehouse Sale should automobile have transmission your ton

j, NOW,OPEN TO PUBLIC>,> '

1 it;+< BEDS! BEDS! BEDS! serviced World's LargestTransmission at r AAMCOTh

' ; Specialists

King Size..................i29 t

: Qu.en..5 .Nationwide Guarantee: U.S.A.. "CAR OWNERSHIP"
\ ,
,\ & Canada GUARANTEE AVAILABLE
I '.Free Towing at no extra charge .
Full & Twin.................$69 .On. day service in most cases.FREE PARTS,AND LABOR STROKE
.Fr. Mufti-Check. Use our 19- ON AAMCO'S "CAR OWN
point diagnostic check. Exclusive ERSHIP"REBUILTTRANSMISSIONS: -
LIQUIDATING ,with AAMCO. FOR AS LONG .
Completely.Reconditioned., AS;"'YOU OWN THE CAR
AAMCO transmissions! are com 'AND SERVICE IT'ANNUALLY "
OVERSTOCK pletely reconditioned by professionals.
I .COASTTO-COAST
Famous Name Brands flnand..Av.iltbl.l.f necessary.., AT A.MODEST COST PRESENT .1 :
Iti 'With approved' credit.. CERTIFICATE TO
"500 AAMCO Dealers. Over 500 ANY' AAMCO CENTER -
::4 = JOHNSON AAMCO dealers. coast-to coast. COAST.TO.'COAST.
'Service wherever y travel.. ,
There Are AAmco Centers Near Most
MODEL BEDDING ......... Navy Bases-Drive In For Fast ServiciWe THE NEWEST AND FINEST
Service All American and Most Foreign Cars MINIATURE GOLF COURSEIN

2071 EMERSON ST. WAREHOUSE 4005 BLANDING BLVD. NORTHEAST FLORIDA
II No.. 8, HASJUST OPENED'AT...

(Opposite Cedar Hills Shopping Center) '
J PHONE, 399-5990 312 BLANDINGBtVa.

-- 'TELEPHONE 772-7557. ORANGe PARt.2"26
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I., BOWLING STANDINGS GOLFSTANDINGS 7 -r : ,
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AMERICAN + I .
J MAYO BAT ); {
BOYS "
12 .. "
16 '
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# W L UNCONTROLLABLES I
12 20 AMERICAN,' "
LATE CHARGERS 20 8 MOOCHERS "r r

:, FLEET ANGELS No.1 1914 8ft FLEET ANGELS No.2 11 21 VP-30 W ....,' L ,.,). : ,
4 No.1
28 '
HIGH VOLTAGE 17 11 4 0 ,'A
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f NAMTD((1011) 17 11 MAD FOXES No.1 S "', ;'-1:, .
FASONo.l' 15 13 NATIONAL FASO 21,1 ,.11,1' :.'tlt., .1' :

:k TRIPPERS 14 14 ADCOP W L VP-49 NAMTD 21,1 Hi ",\ 1 .t!.tiJ :
25 ,
VP-30"0"No.l lift WV4 SPLIT 7 2'1" >
MAKERS BATMAN
23 9 2 2AlltOP'S '
MAD FOXES No.1 10 18 "
GUTTER t.
: NAMTD(3032) 9 19 RATS 18 14 '1 ,. ', .2 '. \
HAMMER SLAMMERS 18 14 689lh 1 2 1I .
GREENBACKS 7 21 JET to 1\\ .
SET
18 14 NARJAX 1 2 I ,
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ATLANTIC WOODPECKERS No.l 18 14 NWSF 1 3 .1
1 ONE'S BUNCH 16 16 AIMD 0 4 I ;
W L $ W
:' SIX PACK 14 18
ALLEY BATS 10 NATIONAL
18 i
PAUL'S RAIDERS 13 19 1
CONTROLLERS 18 10 CPW-11 W L FOOTBALL STANDINGS '
10 22

NARJAX SEABEES No.1 16 16 12 8 EXPLODERS 10 22 MAD NDRC FOXES No.2' '. 2 3. .. 0 1 '--. ............. ._....M........ _"'"'' __....
BLIND RATS 9 23 ..
MAD FOXES No.3 16 16 NARJAX No.11 2 0
VP-30"0'-No.2 SUPPLY NATIONAL -
Hft 16ft PACIFIC 2 0 AMERICANW
MAD FOXES No.2 Uft 12ft W ADCOP 2 1 L W 'L ', :
L
NWSF No.1 14 14 NWSF No.2 20 '12 CPW-ll 1 1 ADMIN 9 0 HS-l 8,0 {
SEAHORSES 14 14 BAD COMPANY 19 13 FASO No.2 1 1VP30 ARROP'S 6 4 MARINE BAR 6' 2' 1

SPARKS '14 14 THE ERMIES 19 13 1 2 HACKERS 5 3 MAD FOXES 5' .3NARJAX i
MARTD 3 MARTD 4 5 5 ; 4
1
NO SECONDS 14 18 BEGINNERS 18 14 .
HOSPITAL 9 23VP30No.3 FASO NO.2 18 14 HS-l 0 3 679th 2 6 MEDICAL 4_ 5
VP-30N0.6 SEABEES 0 3 VP-30 2 6 WOODPECKERS 2'>7
7 17 GAFFERS 16 12 VP-16 NRMC 2 7 SPECIALS 0 :..'9 4
15 13
CONTINENTALW L SPARK CHASERS 13 19 Game Center Closed

BUSCH LEAGUERS' 22 10 ZILCH 13 19 Indoor p<3ol closedweekends Jax-The Game Center in Bldg. __
MISFITS 22 10 SEABEESNo.2 12 16 148 has been closed for extensive '\
\
ZERO'S 20ft lift CPO'S 9 19 Jax-The Indoor Pool in Bldg. from 12 noon until 7 renovation. Its reopening date .--
614 will be closed for about two p.m. for those who desire
ALLEY APPLES 20 12 WOODPECKERS 8 16 to use will be announced as soon as the
GEMS 19 13 weeks for required maintenance.The the facility while the Indoor Pool refurbishing activity is completed .\ 'I
Outdoor Pool is j
on Allegheny'Road closed. I
D'KEEPERS 18ft 13ft :::?i '
500" W 12 SMILEI! will be open Monday-
\, Friday, from 2 to 7 p.m. and on '
THE FORCE 13 19 BARGAIN HUNTER'S PARAMSEt O

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5 ACRES I I r----------------------- O" .,-...... :;
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I \ FREE ADMISSION OR I en ,,' .

... Heavy Oaks In Clay County. \' U "f". ,

Low down payment. $88 per I I FIRST FREE DRINK II I """ .' .-' ."
mor NO LOW LAND. Lake ,NORMANDY UVD.WIST Of NORMANDY MALL ". ,
s privileges.West I \ DANCING GIRLSICONTINUOUS I 150 SHOPS? FREE ADMISSION! FREE PARK'INGI! fAI
I A ENTERTAINMENTI II R. ONDITIONED MINI-MALL
Central Realty Inc. I
REASONABLE PRICESI?
.Yra n II FRIDAY A SATURDAY! 10A.M.-9:30 P.M.
Broker I I SUNDAY 10A.M.-4:00 P.M.

_1-378-2308 :I yrhiR&R, LOUNGE I II \.

ANYTIMEI I II ), .,."",.\\j.tif;.;';, 527 MAIN STREET .I ,
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JIM ROHRBACHER

(USN Ret.)

SALES, MANAGER v t
27,950 To'39,600

SAYS...

BUILDERS OF QUALITY J
"WE ARE OFFERING THE I

i LAUREL: HOMES HOMES FOR 25 YEARS COROLLACOROMACELICALAND BEST DEALS: IN TOWN.ON ,

CRUISER AND MARK'?II?" ;
NOTHING DOWN VA SMALL DOWN FHA
NEW TOYOTA

( WE PAY ALL CLOSING COSTS 39 MILES COROLLA .
y
11 FLOOR PLANS OF NEW HOMES FOR EVERY BUDGET. SEE OUR FINE QUALITY PER GALLON 1\\
AND BEAUTIFUL CONVENIENT LOCATION AND SAVE THOUSANDS.WE DEVELOP
OWN HOMES SAVING YOU LOT COST AND REAL
OUR OWN LAND AND SELL OUR -

ESTATE FEES.

ALL OUR HOMES HAVE THE FOLLOWING FEATURES P.O.E.CELICA'.

CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
CARPET
WALL TO WALL LUXURY
BUILT IN DISHWASHER
.
CE RANGE
GARBAGE DISPOSAL ,
p1 VENTED HOODCOLORED GE
APPLIANCES ATTACHED GARAGE t
FIXTURES &
UNDERGROUND UTILITIES .' .
.. STREET LIGHTS. COROLLA
0 SODDED LAWNS 0 SIDEWALKS
t IV: INSULATIONLUMINOUS MARBLE WINDOW SILLS WAGONS
.
KITCHEN CEILING COPPER PLUMBING

''t' LIGHTED SHELVES CLOSESTS DOUBLE .. ATTRACTIVE NO THROUGH LIGHTING STREETS,FIXTURES $4240. :3368 t ;

PDE POE"r
d
TAKE MARIETTA EXIT
DEVOE r
-8 I 100 .l'
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RAMONA tC :
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O COUNTRY CREEK t E t

*I t ?: / LAUREL ,HILLS 5 NORMA- DY" .

K
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'<< I 1-10 & 1-295.15 Minutes Downtown, ,
3 Minutes from .. ;

10 minutes to Cecil Field, RECTIONSVAS.. .1 4'"

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f I.( :. Tee times set .,for NAS Invitational' ; ':


t Jax-Tee times have been set ,Nichols, Bill Mann, ,'. .
for the NAS Invitational Golf Osbey Sayler. Frank Sciuby, Ray Huston. Walker, Al Selman, Jim Pierce Kilburn,Jay Stone, Ernie Taylor. t.
Stand-by: Bill Morris. :
Tournament to be played here Tenth Tee Stand-bys: Mike Manvelle, Stand-bys: Ray,Barnett, John ,.th"Flight; .
Alan Clark, Mike Fox.
Oct. 1112. Mathias, Steve Delany.4th 10:36: Bob Louviere, Mel
J\\ First Tee Championship. Flight: 2nd Flight: Flight: Staab, Bill Goodman, Clarence.
,. 9 a.m. Earl Pearson, Dennis .
\\ \; 9:32: Bob Page.Mike Cooper 10:04: .. Dave- Norris, Gene Porch. .
1st Flight:
Sheedy, David Oglesby, Herman Bob
Watkins Nick
Nicholson.
,
'\ 9 a.m. Lyle Quamme, J.D. Beverly. Jenkins, Len Wallace: George 10:44: Joe Wiggins, Ed Gearin. '.

I f fl? Cann Everlith., Tom Sheppard, Bob 9:08: Bruce Houck, Mike 9:40.: Del Burton, Joe Marrow, Harris.10:12: Joe Ferranti, Ken Jake 10:52: Jacob Bob, Adm.Watson: Stroh.; Charles' 1 j

Bradley, George Mullins, Bill Fred,Kilpatrick, Lee Simonetta.
Barnett, Charlie Davis Dick Floyd Chris
,
9:08: Cliff Doyle, Frank Kadel, Calais. Kloeppel, Otis
9:48 Charlie Waite
: Hugh '
\ ; Bill Billings, Jim Heffner. 9:16: Frank Heyer, Ace McCorkle. Richerson. j
Bill
Harkins, Mahoney, John
.
II t 9:16.Ennis Smith,Percy Reed, Johnson, Jack Allen Bob Smith. Andrews. 10:20: O.E. Meyers, Ralph 11:00: Ed Kreglowski, AI
i' Joe Van Vactor, Bill Gregory. Ghioto, Don Boal Adrian Poulin. Marshall, Len Pavelka, Terry
9:24 Bill Foulk Vail .
!4 i : Morey 9:56: Bob Gruenwald, Ed
10:28 Fowler .
Charlie
9:24: Bob Temme, Bob Ricker, : George ; Leyman.IOWA'S

Pappy Gay, George Herider.

." Stand-bys: Bill Maranville, J
1 Jim Phillips, Warren Armour
,\ ,.j 3rd Flight:

: Jim Fultin, Mike Boyette,
I Ed Sapp, Paul Kine.

I'llf"I f 9:40: Don Knox, Vic Bartin,
t Bob Reynolds, Mike Marriott. BESTBEEF
1
Houck Pete
9:48: Buck ,
i l Gushanus, Ray Kraiwic, Jack
.j Shelly. '

""II I 9:56: Jack Wylie, Gene McDonald CO.SAVE

: Joe Luker, Jim Potter. ) .

.1)1/) Stand-bys: Charles Sturm,
Jack McKay, Ward Harris.

.' 5th Flight:
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Celebrating 200 Years of. '

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Everybody in the Jacksonville Navy Complex. active duty, retired, commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the United States Navy.
I reservist, dependents and civilian employees will be joining together A variety of activities have been scheduled to honor the occasion. I
during the entire month of October 1975 to celebrate the historic Included in the schedule are the following events: *l\' -. j,V;



October 4 Navy Ball-NAS Officers' Club r t

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Council of the Navy League and the ,.
Commander Naval Bases Jacksonville.
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October 10 4' Opening Ceremonies-NAS Jacksonville

... J': Parade Ground Flag Pole area facing .....1.. :.""N _..
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Cdr. John McCain, III, former P.O.W. and _
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Everybody in the Jacksonville- Navy Complex. active duty, retired, commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the United,States Navy.
I reservist,dependents and civilian employees will be joining together A variety of activities have been scheduled to honor the, occasion. I
during the entire month of October 1975 to celebrate the historic Included in ,the schedule are the following events: ,t, f

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October 4 i Navy Ball-NAS Officers' Club .

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(Since Navy's' Birthday falls on October "
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October. "'J:.':;:'" ;, :' .. Uniform Day. .. {
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October. 10 Opening Ceremonies-NAS. Jacksonville

t: Parade Ground Pole ., .
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Cdr. John McCain, III, former P.O.W. and _
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the Contln.ntalCongrs first authorised the s NAVY BIRTHDAY 1)75 BUILDIIKJ ON A PROUD TRADITION i
outfittinq of ships. The United States Navy was
born of the necessity to defend the American coast
line and to guard our nation's seaborne arteries ., This October 13th, Navy people around the world will pause. "
to consider a very epeclel moment in history. It will be a J
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commerce. Our Navy has since been bred in the tine of celebration
and of reflection. It must also be e tine
tradition of protecting J>.m.doL'fre.dOll around of replication to the principle. and standards to which we as
the world. Navy Mn and WOMB have solemnly held fast.

Today, aa we celebrate the 200th anniversary two hundred l a.elon4.: : :, our founding fathers authorised
of our Navy, let us remember the contributions outfitting of first naval vessels. Since that
and sacrifices of each nember of the Navy family. time, history has recorded the valiant service of many great .
During the darkest storms of war and the brightest Americans dedicated to protecting our sea lan. and defending..
our freedom.
calms of peace each member of the Navy family has fundamentals ..They upon helped which: foster we continue the great to build traditions our Navy today.the
been devoted principles of our liberty
and defending themthbasic loyal naval service. Let us remember Birthday la not a celebration j
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continuation in the future.

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story of the Navy in After viewing proposedsites base for Navy pilots. With the increase in Hospital cared for hun-
Jacksonville began in 1935 including one at Congress passed demands on the station dreds of men wounded in
when interest in military Miami, the board authorization for the ex- because of war, a massive combat.
aviation in this locality led recommended that a site penditure of $68,000,000 for buildup program was
to an investigation by the at Jacksonville be chosen. the base. The base was carried out. By 1945 over With the close of the
Aviation Committee of the commissioned on Oct. 15, 700 buildings had been war, NAS Jacksonville
Jacksonville Area The following year 1940 with Capt. C.P. Mason built here where pine trees continued as an active
Chamber of Commerce. Duval County citizens, (later Admiral) as its first and the remnants of Camp naval installation. In May
This committee Investigated anxious for the Navy to commanding officer. Johnson, the old Army 1946, the Seventh Naval
the possibilityof establish bases in the area, training post, had stood District Headquarters was
Almost immediatelyafter
securing an Army Air voted a $1,100,000 bond its only five years earlier. established aboard
commissioning,
Corps base here but the issue to buy the area NAS with Rear Admiral
Army was interested in the known as Black Point and the first aviation cadets The Naval Air Technical Ralph Davidson, then
Tampa Bay area. gave it intact to the Navy. began their training here. Training Center at NAS Chief of Naval Air
Following the UnitedStates'
The campaign to Jacksonville.taught, Operational Training,
commission Thus, Naval Air Station entry into World thousands of civilians in assuming duties as
a military
Jacksonville became the War II, the air station
installation in this area became importantthan uniform how to handle the Commandant.
only military installationin more
continued in 1938 when a instrumentsof
the nation establishedby ever as a training complicated Seventh Naval District
special board authorizedby before sending
direct gift, of local base. war had previously been
and namedthe
Congress citizens.In them on to join forces headquartered in Miami.In .
The station's
Hepburn Board after population
engaged with .Axis forcesin the
1948 Naval Air
its president, Admiral A.J. 1940, with war being numbered in the thousandsand the Atlantic and Pacific. ,
Hepburn visited waged in Europe and by the end of the war Technical Center
Jacksonville as part of a America's inevitable, more than 11,000 pilots and Following the war, (NATTC) was moved to
tour through the Southeastin eventual involvement, the 10,000 air crewmen had hundreds of Navy men and Memphis, Tenn. and the
search of possible government Invested undergone primary and Waves were discharged ata Seventh Naval District here
locations build in what hereto center was dissolved and ab-
to a Navy $15,000,000 was operational training separation
aviation complex. then intended as a training earn their wings. operated here. The Naval sorbed by the Commandant -
Sixth Naval
District with headquartersat
Charleston, S.C.

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CLINTON AUTO SALES Commander Anti-submarine Sea Warfare Based

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.Salutes the assuming the billet. More
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title was changed to
'. United States Navy Commander, Naval Base
Jacksonville to encompass

for their 200 years operational not only jurisdictionover NAS

41 Jacksonville but also NAS
of courageous Cecil Field and activitiesat
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service Naval Station. Mayport.The .

Jacksonville Navy
Complex today provides
much of the Fleet striking
force in the Atlantic area
M from pole to pole. It is alsoa
major supply and air-
F craft rehabilitation point.

Occupying 3,400 acres
along the west bank of the
St.. Johns River south of
Jacksonville, NAS
Jacksonville is the hub of a
l' vast naval complex in
Mr Northeast Florida, including -
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and NAVSTA Mayport.

NAS Jacksonville today
remains as vital to
America's defense as it
was in the 1940's and
1950's. The challenges of
the 70's are being met with
the typical vigor of all
naval aviation activities.All .
FINANCING ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE elements of the
Jacksonville Navy
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Winding up the month-long celebration of the U.S. .\
Navy's 200th Birthday by personnel of the Jacksonville NAS CECIL FIELD AIR SHOW SCHEDULE

Navy Complex will be a two-day air show and open American Flag Jump & National Anthem
house at Cecil Field Naval Air Station, Saturday and 2.00: 2:05: (Jumper to be circled by two civilian aircraft)

Sunday, October 25-26, 1975.
2:05: 2:10: The Flying Pierces Aerial Salute ,' \
The Cecil Field gates will open at 11 a.m. and close at 6 ,:" .
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p.m. both days. 2:10: 2:20: :.,, Walt Pierce Acrobatic Solo '" .

Before the air show, visitors will be treated to music 2-20-2:45 ..;*1..."... V Navy Parachute Team ,., .j!
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Corsair II from the Light Attack Wing community at .2:45-2:55: : /' \5andi Pierce Aerobatics Ladies Styla ". ;..

Cecil will give an aerial demonstration and members of :. .. ..
2:55: 3:15: ,,: BD-5 Jet Team .
the local model flying club will put their model aircraft .! '
through their paces. 3:15 3:25: USMC Harrier Flight / VSTOL Demo :",

Several operational military aircraft will be on 3:25.3:35: ',I Flying Pierces Wing Riding Act I
display, including the Navy's newest Fighter, the F-14 .
Tomcat Civilian aircraft and airplanes from the Confederate 3:35: 4:20.: ;"'Z I :"'.*.:\(. Blue Angles Flight Demonstration ... ,

Air Force plus many other exhibits will also be .. "
available for viewing. .' :. ::"";,.>f. :>':;:f"'.' :

Highlighting the air show,"set to begin at 2 p.m. each .. .k$I.j'I :''' "" .:' !1:1:<"':.1.: i,'.)' :i.!.:. .. ; .,: .

day,will be the famous Blue Angels demonstrating their .
precision flying techniques and breathtaking '" ..

maneuvers. ;01
Joining the Blue Angels for the air show' will be the ; .

Navy's Parachute Demonstration team presenting a

special bicentennial salute, the Flying Pierces and the
BD-5 jet flight demonstration team.

Visitors are invited to bring their cameras, their
folding chairs, their families and their friends to join in
the fun and excitement of the NAS Cecil Field Bicen-

tennial Open House Air Show.




PRIZES & DRAWINGS !


A special feature of the Navy Birthday Air Show .

and Open House at NAS Cecil Field, Oct. 25-26, will
be a drawing held during the show for many
spectaculer prizes. The' grand prize winner will t A

receive a $45001975 Chevrolet Monza complete with ",,::,,
air conditioning. Other winners will receive such .../
i items as a new portable color television set, a ten- The aerial maneuvers executed by the Navy Parachute Team demonstrate the team effort of exact
precision and split second timing required free-fall parachuting. Falling at speeds of 120mph to a
Kodak trimlite instamatic
speed bicycle, a camera, maximum of 210 mph, the jumpers are able to vary their rates of descent as well as control them-
a texas instamatic SR-50 pocket calculator, or a selves In lateral movement. The Navy Team will demonstrate the use of several' types of parachutes
$100 government E Savings Bond. Other prizes will capable of flying as slow as 6 mph to those.moving as fast as 25 mph.
be awarded and the winners do not have to be
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present to collect.Additionally .
there will be hundreds of door prizes

given away each day. These prizes are being
donated by companies in the local area. So come on

out, enjoy the show and win a prize!
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10, commemorating the 200th Birthday 'of the U.S.
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be conducted on the parade ground, around the flag
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building. .
.' Cdr. McCain carries on the tradition of a famous Navy
family. He is the son of Admiral John S.. McCain, Jr.,
former Commander in Chief, U.S. Forces Pacific, and
k kt / 1H the grandson of Admiral J.S. McCain, former Com
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r Born on Aug. 29, 1936 in Coco Solo, Panama, Canal
Zone, John McCain, III, attended the United States
'. Naval Academy and received his commission in June

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1 and, in 1960, following his designation as a Naval
',,' Aviator, he reported to VA-65, where he flew the A-l
"Skyraider" from the USS Intrepid and the USS En-

1 : PONTIAC 1"1i 1m. terprise. ..k ;
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\ ."., Command in November 1963 and for three years servedas
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: .McIIkofGteal con .: ;::1, Meridian'Miss. y
; .-: :" In April 1967, Cdr. McCain reported to VA-44 for.A-7 '
,,'1 Corsair II training and then served with VA-46 on board : .
' < 'the USS Forrestal and subsequently with VA-163 onboard '
the USS Oriskany.
While on'a combat mission over Hanoi, North Vietnamin
I October 1967, Cdr. McCain was shot down and captured -
. 1 5 1r He remained a prisoner of war until liberated in
March 1973.Following.
a, period of convalescence, Cdr. McCain
1 1W attended the course of instruction at the National War
College in Wshington, D.C. until June 1974. Two months
later he reported to VA-174 at NAS Cecil Field for
transition to the A-7 and, in April, '1975 he, became

Executive Officer of the squadron. .
Cdr. McCain's decorations include the Silver Star,
Legion of Merit, three Bronze Starstwo Purple Hearts,
Vietnamese Legion of Honor, and various campaign and
,I' service medals. '

Cdr. McCain, his wife Carol, and their three children,
Douglas, Andrew, and Sidney reside in Jacksonville,
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I Cecil Field's tradition. I


The Navy tradition at
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Naval Air Station Cecil the auxiliary field servedas South's first master jet based here; a flight Naval Air Station Cecil
Field began in 1941 when could foundation on which base. physiological training Field was, until recently,
U.S. be built a major base The commissioning of center, keeps pilots"sharp" the U.S. Atlantic Fleet's
the Navy purchased a
capable of serving the the air attack aircraft
tract of new station, against the only light
2,600 acre forest
and farm land In south- Navy's newest and biggest though, was only a for. physical demands of flying base. However, 1973
western Duval County for jet aircraft. mality that added impetusto today's high performance brought with it a change to

the sum of'$16,851.During Early in 1951, the land its growth. An immense aircraft; complete ad- the base loading concept( .
the first six area of Cecil Field was building program already ministrative and logistics which now includes the/' ,
months thereafter increased to 4,600 acres underway in 1952, has facilities assure that fuel, support of the Atlantic, e,
struction progressed to con the and by July that year a continued to the present, ammunition and Fleet's carrier based"fixed ; I
where the multimillion-dollar con- and today NAS Cecil provisions will be wing, antisubmarine, 3
point could new struction program was boasts one of the biggestand available when they are warfare aircraft and$
station support and it flight underway to fit the field most modern plants of needed and in the mission. :*.
operations commissioned was for its new role. its kind in the Navy, necessary quantities; K.v..
the
as U.S. Four Cecil Field's runways, ample recreational, Far, enough from;; i
Naval Auxiliary Air new 8,000-foot
including a 12,500-foot medical .and subsistence populous areas that ':
Station Cecil Field in runways, laid out in right-
strip, handle a year-round facilities provide for the residents are not unduly
honor of Commander angled pairs, began to take
average of more than more than 5,000 military annoyed by jet noise, clearof
Henry Barton Cecil, USN, form, and new buildings to :
16,000 takeoffs and land- personnel who are commercial air traffic
who lost his life in the serve a growing ings per month in an homeported at the, base. lanes, and possessed of all- -
crash of the dirigible population began to rise. operational and training No other naval air year flying weather free of

Akron in 1933. One year later, on June flight schedule that func- station has as complete a icing conditions that
At this time Cecil Field 30,1952, the auxiliary field tions around the clock.A weapons department as plague other areas, NAS
boasted only two hangars, became a fullfledgednaval giant, milliondollarjet Cecil Field. The depart Cecil Field takes pride in
one '2,000-foot' diameter air station, NAS engine, repair, shop ment is similar to a being a living and growing
circular landing mat and a 'Cecil Field, and the provides complete repair complete ammunition member of the "Bold New
small number of living, Jacksonville area had the facilities for the aircraft depot. City of the South." ,
administrative and ""
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however, Cecil
Field began expanding to
keep pace with the Navy
flight training program of
the era. Tangential ex-
tensions to the landing mat
formed four 5,000-foot
runways to meet the needsof
training combat pilots
and support facilities. "
Like all other military ANYTIME WE CAN' BE OFSERVICE *
installations of the time, .
Naval Auxiliary Air
Station Cecil Field

operated at full capacity ,;'I
during the war years but
when the war ended, Cecil
Field went into a partial

maintenance status. ,
Then, in, Nov 1948, the

station was rejuvenated as ........ .
an operating base for Fleet ......... ....
aircraft 'units and provedto ............
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be the locale that
brought the Jacksonvillearea
into the "jet age."
In January 1949 CarrierAir
Group 17 reported to
Cecil Field with the first
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here. One month later,
Carrier:Air Group One and
Fleet Aircraft Service'
Squadron Nine reported
and Cecil Field I became

fully operational again I II'
with Fleet units con-

ducting gunnery bombing .......
and rocket,training flights

from its runways.' ,The doormat's always out to our many friends and customers In the United
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hostilities in Korea in mid- Vacation Loan A Car Loan A Home Improvement Loan or Personal, Loan.
1950 put Cecil Field back in'businesS You're "welcome"every time at the Normandy: Atlantic Bank., ..- ,
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VIKING WINGS TOWARD CECIL-An S-3A Viking anti-submarine
\} warfare aircraft manned by a four-man crew from VS-22 wings
toward NAS Cecil Field after completing a routine training flight.

HELLRAZORS COMING HOME A flight of four A-7E Corsair II aircraft and their pilots from
Attack Squadron 174 prepare to peel off in their final approach to Cecil Field Naval Air Station. Checkmates add

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'" The Checkmates of VS-22 are the Atlantic Fleet's first
Now in its 13th year, well as ground landing
\ operational S-3A Viking squadron. VS-22 will also be the
Attack Squadron One field operations.Thus .
first Atlantic Fleet VS squadron to deploy aboard an
Seventy Four (VA-174)) at
aircraft carrier with the
Cecil Field Naval Air the 'Hellrazorsclaim Viking.

Station, traces its the title, oldest, The S-3A Viking, designed and produced in a teaming
back to 1944 when it Corsair,II squadron in the arrangement by Lockheed-California Company and
established. on the U.S. Navy. LTV Aerospace Corporation, is the Navy's newest. and
': Coast as VB-81, flying With over 100 personnel most sophisticated operational antisubmarine warfare
SB-2C "Helldiver." assigned today, the aircraft.
At that' time the Hellrazors tasked with Personnel of VS-22 received their first S-3A aircraft in
\ Walt Disney conceived the training of March this year and have already completed all phasesof
name "Hellrazors" for 1949, was replacement pilots and transition to the new airplane. Next, the Checkmatesface
and the East the task of their into the
squadron enlisted personnel for fully integrating operations
the unit's present Atlantic'' Fleet operations.In Navy's carrier air wing and carrier environment.

signia..a caricature of 1946'r the recent year, VA- VS-22 was commissioned on May 18, 1960 at NAS
"t imaginary bat-like, was 174 has additionally Quonset Point, R.I. concurrently with the establishmentof
beaked creature to VF-134 Carrier Antisubmarine Air
54.
trained pilots from the Group
Hell, embodying VF-174.
qualities of 1966, the Since then elements of the squadron have operated
determination and a VA-174 Hellenic Air Force, has from the decks of many aircraft carriers, including USS
sharp skill in the the Navy's engaged in the transitionof Lake Champlain, USS Randolph, USS Essex, USS Wasp,
aircraft and II air- Reserve pilots, and has USS Saratoga, and most recently, from the USS In-

weapons. by LTV transitioned pilots of VA-15 trepid.
VB-81 was, in and VA-87 to the' A7-E Additionally, detachments of the Checkmates have
VF-13 in November carrier'as aircraft. also flown from the,decks of the, USS Oriskany, USS
Kitty Hawk, USS Midway,USS Enterprise, USS John F.
-- Kennedy, USS:America, and the USS Independence.
;..,' The. Checkmates have ,:been involved in many
jL1 T" 'distinguished operations i in several'areas.of the world.,
The squadron participated in the recovery of America's)

.... ., 4R first astronaut, Rear Admiral,(then Commander) Alan
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i,,"'" 'It : :it B.:Shepard. It assisted in the surveillance of all shipping -

1 .. transiting'Cuban waters during the Cuban missile crisisof
r 1962. And, in 1965, a VS-22 detachment participated in
':111 I( 'r,, ;' ty the' recovery of Gemini V astronauts: Its recovery
..:. for the astronaut also
.., 'operations program extended to
the Apollo Seven flight in 1968.
f. ,,,, .. During the high tempo of operations in Southeast Asia,
. VS-22 pilots volunteered to assist,in non-ASW mission'
.. and:majority of them, plus maintenance' personnel,
.' 198 idi. flew CIA aircraft 'in direct support: of Tonkin Gulf
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/ ..) ... .. Wing One and,on Nov;8,1973; ,the squadron
.. : \. t i' moved from.. Quonset Point, to its new home: at Cecil

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.. TI'r the Checkmates over the past years are two Battle
I PHASED OUT- The "Stool" is gone and with it the end of an era for East Coast antisubmarine Readiness Efficiency Awards, seven Aviation Safety
i. > warfare.On Aug. 1, 1975,the last S-2 Tracker,with Cdr. G. M.Zaludek,Chief Staff Officer for VS-24, Awards, two Isbell ASW Trophies, and three ASW "A's"
was launched on Its final ASW mission. Replaced by the S-3A Viking, the S-2 enjoyed a historic era for excellence as a member of the top performing ASW
.carved through the early years of ASW operations by blimps_ Grumman Avengers,TBM2's,TBM3's,
i. ... and PBYSA's. Air Group in the,Atlantic Fleet.r l ..

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I 'f the Year, finds time to enjoy a backyard cookout with his wife, Jackie, 7 A following heroic flight during which he elected to stay with his crippled aircraft and bring it In for
and daughters Sue, Michelle and Paula. a safe landing at NAS Jax rather than elect over populated' areas In the vicinity of' the station. He
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I" J squadron's first training flight at NAS Jax. VP-30 relocated to NAS
CIVILIAN TEAM- Typifying civilian workers in the Jax Navy'J'
'" this year from Patuxent River, Md., thus becoming the newest
Complex are Patricia Hinman and D.T. Rohweller of the Naval Air
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