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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Message, from the Chaplain... ITS\ GIVEN TO US TO BUILD ON TRADITION


Navy Sabbath 75 ', AS WELL AS TO UPHOLD IT ",


a time to remember ."
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.. 'This weekend, Oct. 10-12, is the weekend for observance '
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of Navy Sabbath, a"time remember those "4 < '; < :' .
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who have been helping preserve our freedom the past ? 5T i N { ,:

200 years. IS DV
This freedom includes our freedom to worship as our a :YET T E t
conscience dictates. Thomas Paine wrote "Those who COME: =
expect to reap the blessings of freedom must undergo 19,G

the fatigues of supporting it." E 1915-
Our fellow citizens in the Navy and the Marine Corps
and their families among us have truly suffered the BY LAND --a-- BY SEA -

fatigues of supporting freedom, but many of us who
have only enjoyed the blessing can contribute our zoo (OUR NAVY) 4200

prayers for those who do for us what we cannot do for
ourselves. H

Navy Sabbath seeks the prayers of those of all faiths

for our total Navy family. Pray that they may continueto
have the necessary strength and courage..most of all

that they have faith, faith in God, in their purpose, and
in us..faith in us and in our support and recognition of
their service.

Let' us not forget that the strength, convictions, and defended
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..'.' morale of those isolated, beneath the seas, at lonely price markups

outposts, and spread around the world on ships are vital
not only in preserving our freedom, but also in (Ed. note: Following is a reply to the letter printed Sept. 4 from AVCM Ron
preserving today's fragile peace. All our material Garren to the Navy Resale System Office questioning the reasoning behind
strength is useless without dedicated people. uniform and other item markups in the Navy Exchange.)

Help preserve and enhance that dedication by par-. Dear Master Chief Petty Officer Garren: ,
ticipating in Navy Sabbath '75. This is with reference to your recent correspondence addressed to Mr. John
Russas concerning Navy exchange markup.
Chaplains invite all Prior to increasing the markup for a category of merchandise, several per-
tinent factors are analyzed. A most significant one is our pricing as compared to

to Sabbath serviceJaxThe commercial stores. In this regard, the markups on the categories of mer-
Navy
chandise recently changed were compared to markups utilized by stores in the

Roman Catholic and Protestant Chapel commercial sector. Based upon statistics supplied by the National Retail

Community invites everyone in the Jacksonville Navy Merchants,Association, our markups were considerably lower than commercial
Complex to worship with them weekly and to also join markups by the percentages indicated.

with them for Navy Sabbath 75 services next Sunday,. Children's Clothes 30 per, cent

October 12. Women's Undergarments, 26 per cent
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The Chaplains also invite all to'a{rec'eptibn following Sheets and Pillowcases' ''J-. : *' ; "23 per cent

the 11:00: a.m. worship hour next Sunday in the Small Lamps ,. ., -,'-' 23 per cent
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Chapel (located in the middle of the Chapel Complex). Outdoor Living Accessories ; .' 20 per cent
.
This reception will be a feature of the' Chapel Com- Bags (carry-on) *.* 25 per cent
munity's Navy Sabbath celebration. Men's Jackets and Raincoats ,24 per cent

Those who worship in the civilian community at the Although there are no statistics available on uniforms, I'm sure you will agree
following churches will have Navy Chaplains in the that Navy exchange prices continue to be substantially lower than those
pulpit on Navy Sabbath. available at a uniform specialty store.I .
Chaplain Clark McPhail will be conducting services at might also mention that it is almost 30 years since we have increased the
r the Advent Lutheran Church in Orange Park. markup in un orms.-It is also many years since'we have increased the markupsin

Chaplain Al Koeneman will be at St. Matthew's. the other categories involved.I .
Lutheran Church in Jacksonville. can assure you that we are extremely reluctant to increase our markups and
Chaplain Norvell Knight will be the guest minister at continue to do everything possible to offer our patrons merchandise at the lowest

the Ortega Baptist Church in Jacksonville.And practical,cost.. It is only when we are faced with unalterable higher operatingcosts
Chaplain Carey Robertson will be conducting the that we consider a modest price increase.I .

evening services at the Orange,Park Assembly of God sincerely appreciate your interest in this matter, and.I trust the foregoing
Church. information will enable you to continue to "sell the idea. to the young sailors that
the Navy exchange is here to save them money".

,.' '. R.L. BREWIN
Captain Supply Corps
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JAX AIR NEWSThe Disney World Field Operations Officer.

Special! '. I

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JAX AIR NEWS if I Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed Jax-Special rates are being ,. ,
each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville,Florida, offered military personnel and
by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm.All Copy submitted their dependents (with appropriate
for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public ID) at Disney World
Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday until Oct.,19.
before publication. News Items are. welcomed from all sources.
Telephone 772-2413. A $5.75 ticket, which must be FRONT PAGE CorrectionsLast
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made purchased at the. NAS Special
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race, Services ticket office in Bldg.620, PHOTOS BY
creed,color,natloiftl origin,sex of the purchaser,user,or patron. will provide the'bearer unlimited .
A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal opportunities week we did an article
by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print advertising use of every att action, exceptthe PH2 (page 11) on'HS-3's contributionof
from that source" shooting gallery, as many $2548 to) the Combined Federal
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries concerning times as desired. JIMMY the article
such should be directed tot Unlimited Campaign. Throughout
use of facilities
however, the Tridents of
PILBEAM
tickets may also be purchased at called
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Disney World for $6.25, providedthe HS-3 'were Inadvertently
the
e. AND the Red Lions. This amused
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? 4565 Shirley Ave.,Jacksonville, Fla.32210 military customer has it did not
Red Lions of HS-15;
Telephone 387.3566Affiliate
4rioM- previously picked up a Magic J03 amuse the Tridents. We
Kingdom Card at NAS Special
MemberVOL.
to the Tridents.
Services and presents it at the DEECINDER apologize for the
Also reservations
t 33 NO. 30 Disney World gate. ,
OCTOBER 9, 1975 Additional Officers' Wives Club Art Show
available at information is and Auction (page 4, Oct. 2)
telephone number
I Tuesday, Oct.
772-3318. should be made by
14,"not Saturday, Oct. 4.

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I Navy birthday ceremony. slatedJaxNaval J tl

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Air Station will be tropical white longor Chaplain (Cdr.) Clark B. recognition of the Navy's weather, the celebration '!
Jacksonville will observe service dress blue. McPhail will give the 200th birthday will be held in Building 523, \I :
Navy Uniform Day and the The, Orange Park High invocation and then the Dependent Recreation I
200th anniversary of the .School Band will provide Master.Chief Petty Officerof Capt. Karl J. Bernstein, Center, at the corner: of j
Officer
founding of the United music during the event the Command, AVCM Commanding of Birmingham Avenue and ,
NAS
States Navy and the nation and play the national Ron V. Garren will read Jacksonville, will Child Road., ::1'
introduce Cdr.
John S.
tomorrow, October 10, anthem while the the Chief of NayalOperations'
with ceremonies beginningat Ceremonial and Navy .Birth McCain, III, Executive. All hands are invited to I.
Officer of Attack
12 o'clock noon on the Emergency Response day message. Squadron attend the program and to
174 at NAS Cecil Field and
parade grounds west of Force; color guard guest'sPeaker.. view the static display of i
Building 1.Uniform. presents,the colors to open, Next Cdr.Scott Edwards< aircraft at .the end of :
for the occasion the program. will present the Navy After Cdr. McCain's Langley Street (near
Junior ROTC drill team address, Chaplain Mc Hangar 1000)). Seating at I
Navy League to present from Orange Park High Phail will give the the parade grounds will be ''

School in .a special per- benediction, the colors will provided for ap- ,
I formance honoring the be retired, and Capt. proximately 300 guests but I;:
bicentennial concertJaxA occasion. Bernstein, assisted,by the ample standing room will I:
oldest and youngest Navy be available in the area for I

special Bicen- .On the program will be George Linville of the members present, will all others desiring to at- f;
tennial Concert in selections .from RichardRogers'"VictoryAtSea American Bicentennial perform the traditional tend this special opening Ii
celebration of the Navy's ;" Committee In Jacksonvillewill cake-cutting: ceremony.In ceremony for the 'Navy's !

200th Birthday, will be a trumpet solo by Larry follow with a the event of inclement 200th anniversary.Something, ", : '(.'I

presented at the McKay Skinner, nationally known I
Auditorium 1 in Tampa, trumpet soloist; the Navy
Fla. next Thursday, Oct. Hymn, "Eternal Father," "

16, beginning at 8:30:. p.m. a number of sea chanties : :
Sponsored by the, and other appropriate
Bicentennial Committee of compositions.All : :1.
the Tampa Council, Navy seats for the concertare
League of the United reserved, with the
States, the concert will be Orchestra Floor section >.
presented by the Florida (excluding the center right .
Gulf Coast Symphony with and center left )' and
added attractions from the the first three rows the ; New. ; :

U.S. Navy Band in balcony costing $5. Other : ," I
Washington, D.C. balcony seats are $4. The ., ,
LCdr. Ned Muffley, center rows of the or- ';'A t'.,. I.
leader of the U.S. Navy chestra section are _., '. ....
Band, will be featured as reserved for "Guests of Atlantic Bank'of West Jacksonville has expanded again' ''t,:.. ;

.guest.' conductor and The the Admiral" and cost $50. .J ',.,'; .1, with i. a new Atlantic,Motor;Bank.; Jt'so'p'eI:1.for.YQ: .? f toserve /. '
Sea Chanters,, renownedU.S. Tickets have been f you tter.t. serve you fasten .. -.s, ". t.
Navy choral group, available for over two : .. :... v"s': 1't'. t, t 1 "
will be singing songs of weeks but some seats may "I' Extended banking hours will be: :'. ..!: J x
yesterday that have still be available. Atlantic Motor Bank:Monday-Thursday 7 A.M.-4P.M. *

become engrained in the Additional informationon friday 7 A.M.6 P.M. ,1; f
of theNavy. the concert and tickets
200-year history
: ,
Main Office 9 A.M.-4 P.M. l
may be obtained by callingthe : Monday-Thursday '
.
.
Bicentennial Com- Friday 9A.M.-6P.M. .
mittee at (813)) 225-1976 or Ten new "In and Out"drive- :

writing the Navy League .
JAX 5 GREATEST through lanes are conveniently -
Bicentennial Committee, located ,: t,
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, Batmen host British @M...l@MW ..... x.ZRZXSTAMP: Z 1 mutmnw-t'

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} Recently announced by the J'
; U.S. Postal Service here is
I the design for the first new lOCO
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t 'tennial Era series using a t
novel styled format. These .
envelopes in varying
denominations will carry a 1

silhouette in the lower left ,
hand corner com-

plementing the subject of y, I ,,.
CONFABULATION-VP-24 CO Cdr.; Benjamin T. Hacker and LCdr. the indicia. I It
Al Jenkins chat with British Squadron Leader Robert M. Trowern The first envelope item Bicentennial The Seafaring Tradition 0,11
( ) his crew's arrival HAS Jax. ,
right upon has a silhouette of a sailing I 1' \'
The Batmen of Patrol the crew's arrival, and ship and the legend specialists will be pleased philatelic society set which
Squadron Twenty-Four representatives from all "Bicentennial Era The with the Haiti, Hondura, was a "limited edition"
recently had the pleasure Wing 11 squadrons were on Seafaring Tradition." It and Ecuador added but still shows'up in
of'hosting a British flight hand. During their visit will be i sued Oct. 13 in listings which appear in collections.
crew of the famed Forty- they were presented with Minneapolis, Minn. with a the "For the Record" There is no let-up in the
Two Squadron based at'St. various mementos of VP- 10 cent denomination and section. These represent number of new ,stamps
Mawgan, England. Led by 24, including. squadron will cost 12 cents. series which are not in the being issued by countries
Squadron Leader RobertM. patches and a squadron The sailing ship of the regular numbered all over the globe. Good
Trowern, the crew plaque. envelope's silhouette is the sequence of issues becauseof evidence of same is to just
spent a week here at NAS Their visit ended with a Norwegian sloop various reasons look at the thickness of thisVolume
Jax.A. weekend trip to Disney Restaurationeh which reflecting irregularity of II and compare it
reception at the Of- World arranged by hosting brought the first Norwegian issue or availability. with last year's, or the
ficers' Club was held upon officer Lt., Dave Pierce.SPEAKEASY' immigrants to the Nevertheless, these sets year before.
United States 150 years have been of some interestto
ago. First Day ceremonieswill specialists, and Scott's Library hours
\ '" be held in Min, making their notation

1 neapolis, as it was one of available under one cover changedAs
.' Hottest Show in Town! LIVE ON STAGE! the major areas these increases the attraction of of Monday, Oct. .6, the
\ immigrants settled in, and the: catalog. station library has new operating
il BEAUTIFUL HOSTESSES also mid-October is the Prices of foreign stampsstill hours, as follows: Monday and
5916 PHilliPS HWY. time of the visit of King seem to soar above Thursday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.;
11am-2ami 733-9989 Tuesday,Wednesday and Friday,
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Olav of Norway to that qualms of business
9 a.m.5:30: p.m.; Saturday,
area. slumps. Strongest areas Sunday and holidays, closed.
'' NEW YORK N.Y.--' be
seem to France, Ger-
Neither Rain nor Sleet nor Snownor Volume II (A-I) of Scott's many, Greece, and Israel

nor Gloom,of.-Night will stop the 1976 Standard Postage with welcome surprises in
STOCKCHRRACING
Mailman from delivering your bills. Stamp catalog is now Costa Rica and
." circulating to the interestof Guatemala. For the first
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'I HS-l celebrates 24th anniversary I I


by Lt.Cara A. Curtin I
squadron, as well as
Helicopter Antisubmarine
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Presidential Pilots. *
Squadron One
marked its 24th During its long career,


"ti: ,Fla.niversary, in 1951. Oct.at, the Key Seahorse 3. West Commissioned an--, craft flown the Seahorse, four had two different Squadron different air-has (( ))


Squadron, was the first missions,, and three, different .
hom ports. Its
helicopter
squadron withan
honors include the Chief of ,
antisubmarine warfare
(ASW) mission. It was Naval Operations Safety
Award for a record'47,488.8accidentfree
through the
squadron'ssuccessful hours, and -1'
operations that the Meritorious Unit "
the helicopter was tac- Commendation: for i its
tically demonstrated as an flood relief work in New, II
effective ASW weapon. Asa
York and Pennsylvania in \
result of this.project, 10 1972. {
other HS
squadrons were HS-1 now flies in excessof Ii

commissioned.In 6,000 hours Per year, ,1I,1\I\

qualifying approximately' .(''V
1960 the squadron 120 pilots, 50 aircrewmen, .skt, v; 1 v .1 I
mission was changed from and 120 SAR wetcrewmen
chasing submarines to annually '* for their

teaching others. Today, demanding flight duties in Blindness group... urges eye. protectionJaxThe i
' HS-1 trains all fleet squadrons. Com- -
: National impact resistant, should immediately. 'Do not let,a j
replacement pilots, air- plementing this flight
crewmen, SAR wet- training are the 200 hoursof Society for the Preventionof not be'' used in industry, layman try. to remove it. \i 1 I

'' crewmen and maintenance 'classroom training for Blindness 'wants to school labs or shops unless 'In case chemicals get"in !I'

.personnel ordered pilots, 610'hours of ground remind you that about 1000 covered by safety your eyes, immediately ''f
I'. to the East Coast, and training presented to industrial eye injuriesoccur eyewear. Also, many of-( flush your eyes with plentyof i
MediterraneandeployedHSHC aircrewmen and a total of in the United States the-job activities, such as water. Force your
units In addition to 160 hours of training every working day. 'Over those involving power eyelids open if necessary. ,
this heavy student load, presented to SAR wet- 900 of them are needless mowers, do-it-yourself Contact lenses trap !
HS-1 also familiarizes crewmen. In addition, and preventable. projects, and some sports, chemicals and should be I'
it prospective Carrier Air over 29,000 hours of on-the- Many of these accidentsoccur involve eye hazards too removed before flushing.
Wing commanders with job training are conducted from using ordinary dangerous for streetwear I'
the Sikorsky SH-3 "Sea annually by the HS-1 glasses instead of safety lenses.In Remember, blindnesscan r
King" helicopter and its FRAMP department' in glasses. case you do get a result from almost any !' '
capabilities. Pilots and support of the 350 maintenance Streetwear lenses, foreign body in your eye, eye injury, "minor" or : .
maintenance personnel personnel trained although required to be get qualified medical help otherwise. '1\\ fI f\\

,, from nine,allied countries enroute to their fleet .J '
have been trained by the squadrons. YOUR OWN VACATION I

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."PICK-UP A DELIVERY ANYTIMEI I 778-3650 & 733-4589 '
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PUBLIC, RELATIONS. FOR WINTERQUARTERMAIN :I

TIIE 0 SECRETARIAL .1 '
VETERANSTRAINING ;i
Programs ';

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EXPRESSWAY
ARLINGTON
Nautical Accessories' *Gifts and four, year degrees. *ASSISTANCE WITH 1 1I
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PHONE 3IMi, (Open Sunday)
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I Night Dippers change skippersJaxLCdr. I


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David P. here. He relieved Cdr. LCdr. Fisher, a native of advanced to Aviation Second

Fisher became the new Edward R. Sands who had Garfield Heights, Ohio, Ordnanceman
commander of Helicopter been the Night Dippers'skipper has .been associated with Class before graduatingfrom Universityin
Antisubmarine SquadronFive since June 1974. Naval Aviation since 1953 Ohio State

on Tuesday, Oct. 7, Cdr. Sands leaves HS-5 when he enlisted in the 1959, reporting for flight
Aviation
1975 during formal change- for an assignment in Naval Air Reserve.As training as an
in 1960
of-command ceremonies Hawaii. a weekend warrior he Officer Candidate
and commissioning in
"" April 1961. He was

,' ," designated a Naval
:. \"' in August 1962.
:: Aviator
;" ; :L replacementpilot
Following
'
training in the SH-3A,

LCdr. Fisher reported for

his first sea duty tour with

HS-3 at NAS Norfolk, Va, LCdr. David P. Fisher
served aboard the USS

Wasp and USS Intrepid
and participated in the

recovery pf Gemini Three
K a.n S 4 X MN'Q h e rqv astronauts.He $

subsequently servedas ,.
an aviation detailer in r } M l

the Officer Assignment ,
Division at the Bureau of Ix
Naval Personnel before

returning to sea with HS-3.
During that tour with

HS-3, LCdr. Fisher par-
ticipated in the first cross-
country flight of SH-3D's
from NAS Norfolk to
NIGHT DIPPER HELO touches down on USS ForrestI during recent cruise in the Mediterranean Naval Station, Roosevelt Cdr. Edward R. Sands

Roads, Puerto Rico.
Sea.Let's Prior to completing that

Clean Up AmericaFor tour, LCdr. Fisher FEW to meet
received orders to NAS

Our 200th Birthday e JOHNSON Quonset Point, R.I. and the

MOTORS newly commissioned HS-7 Federally Employed Women,
:::::: :::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::>.:::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: antisubmarine warfare Inc., Jacksonville Chapter will
:
i squadron. He served with be holding its monthly meeting on
i:1 NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY-OR SELL' ;::1: BOATS HS-7 until May 1972 when Wednesday, Oct. 15 at 6:30 p.m.,
1:1:: CALL OR VISIT ::11 he reported to the office of at the Safari House, 1318 Cesery
::xx -xx: Boulevard (Arlington),
I ; I "oN/TD BOATS the Chief of Naval Jacksonville. The public is in-
REAL ESTATE"BUY a Operations duty in the vited to attend this meeting. Cost
xL of the buffet dinner is
:::: A HOUSE OR TWO" P :::: anger BASS BOATS Strategic Plans, Policy $2.50 per
ij and Nuclear Systems person.
:::: LIST WITH US TODAYI I ;: Division where his duties
:{: 5231 TIMUOUANA ROAD :: l&! J'SKI Chaplain Bradford Lovejoy
:::: (between Ortega Farmes Blvd&Catoma) ::y were concentrated in the from the Alcohol Rehabilitation
:::: Wayne Shrum Reg.Real Estate Broker :::: 'BOATSJlaG& Politico-Military Strategic Center, NAS JAX, will be the
; : Phones:771.a21.7710310ORIENTAL ,:::;
field. guest speaker.
Planning
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After Make reservations no later
undergoing
than Oct 14 with either Wilma
Nib -
4t( refresher training in Page, tel. 772-3375 during
_.. MARINE helicopter ASW working hours and 264-8447 after
un World ILANDINO LargMl.Johnson PHONI Diiltr Ml.III! operations, LCdr. Fisher working hours, or Sharon Arnold,
ovens O.VI Weekly reported to HS-5 as 771-3211, ext..311.Oakleafs. .
.
FOOD IMPORTER
Executive Officer in June.

Sandy Max Trading 1974. meetA

(Open Under New Ownership) LCdr. Fisher is marriedto luncheon sponsored by the

We Carry,All Kinds 'of Foods the former Betty Sue Medical Service Corps Wives will
Bailey of Baton Rouge, La. be held at the Officers Club on
From the Orient! TJMUQUANATERRACE They reside in Orange October 15, beginning at 11:30:

Park, Fla. with their four a.m. Assistant Professor JaniceA.
Wood of the University of
SALE THIS WEEK Apartments children, Richard, North Florida will be discussing

FRESH TO FU (Bean Card,.Tokwa) ..........79' Michael, John and Jayn. "Early Child Development."
Poole Patios e Balconies .
JAPAN ROSE RICE (Lb.Bag$10.50) WTW Carpet Draoes
Central Heat&Air
Modern Kitchen Appliances GUITAR
Kim chee Top Roman Laundry Room

Kocheo chang Fish sauce 1 BR FURNISHED Ijifisoll HEADQUARTERSRamona

Takuwan Wonton skin $120 up ...
All no moto Egg roll ,skin 2 BR FURNISHED ---.J:::!::'' THE AMERICAN *::::'
Bean curd Lumpta wrapper : MUSIC STORE :i ji:
,Japan roM rice Fresh bean sprouts $170, up Blvd. OJ .::..::. and :'!;.':
Ginger root Sesame oil J11 miles from HAS jax ;::: GUITAR :x::
10 miles from NAS Cecil To Cecil P ? PLAYERS

The largest Oriental Food Store in Jacksonville SXISEABOARDAVE.Justotf Field "i NormtndyMail :: ..... ..STUDIO.......... .... :::j::*
( Timuquana v :.:..:.......0:...............;'....:.:.::;:::
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,,where you will find the Lowest Prices., best service PHONE 772.7304 COME VISIT US
& largest selection. Nolmand Blvd

Ml ll 4ki Blvd. 314-7233 t" THE AMERICAN S221 LENOX AVENUE MUSIC PHONE 7IMOM STORE

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RNIEGROEtl11 itirt e Specializing .lit Foreign Cart
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WE BUY AND SELL ?. Ili,.IS4Mltl$ v LARY0NLOINGfiwa ( ORTEGA HILLS
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CAMAROS CHEVELLESEARL > ftf.:1: *,, "' ,t'><> Kindergarten tuition(all day care) $10 Mo.
}: >j'.N:.;'t..=)\ 1ratrlyawteIr; ,"" !' : ;; sxy. ;4". ,

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DISCOUNTS SPRING' .MOTORSVOLKSWAGENS t
}sY6Y;:f >MUPPi.ER* ft CUSTOM PIP! **$ *I ?iR'pk .
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We Height Reptact ttfttn$IndY
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SALES SERVICE
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aaGARAGE >>< : BOULEVARD. Yodin'l f

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SELLS ALL SIZES FROM COMPACT CARS ".,, L..T. D' PROFESSIONAL DANCE ACADEMY
TO LARGEST TRUCK TIRES > ; .<;;t,. !,\ :)-r

FACTORY DISCOUNT PRICES TO i x f AUTOMATIC, .;TRANSMISSION, "SPECIALISTS.f, ., Former JEAN member FORREST St.LouIs .' ,

MIUTARY & CIVIL SERVICEBatternes.Mag.i ) {! Z ;\\:0.r: ::; : .fi':" '":\;;X;)'6\;1 :;; L;Jjl? ;;l: .. Municipal Opera Ballet Co.
Chrome Wheels .( ,\..,...'-'..,.; <' .. tmie0alit1Y &WftH k" '" .::<.' 4 .. JEAN LeCOMPUTE
h: ; and operated<:<>< 1 r' ; .t: 4 11. Graduate Hawaiian Dance.
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NEW, CARS USED CARS SERVICE : MILITARY DISCOUNT
.; Payments Designed to Fit Your Budget
SPECIAL MILITARY CIVIL SERVICE CONSIDERATION ..., AMERICAN. FOREIGN, PARTS .
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Birthday celebrations set I


s throughout the world
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Washington, D.C.--A carrier the USS
reenactment of Con- Eisenhower (CVN-69)), will
be launched October
tinental Congress sessionsin 11.
Philadelphia 200 years The keel laying for CVN70 -

ago, which led to the the USS Carl Vinson,
also will
founding of the U.S. Navy, occur.
will highlight ceremonies In Charleston, the for-
being planned around the mer Navy aircraft carrier,
world for the Navy's Yorktown, now a museumat
bicentennial.On Patriot's Point, will be

October 13, 1775, the dedicated.In
Continental Congress Nashville, T nn., the
passed a resolution Grand Old Opry celebratesits
authorizing the outfittingof 50th anniversary with a
one ship to carry ten special tribute to the U.S.

guns and 80 men for the Navy on October 12.
BOTTLES- Capt. Karl J. Bernstein, left, HAS Jix Commanding Officer, and of "interceptingsuch In San Diego Chief of
Capt.James Moilty,Executive Officer,flank Alfonso Gallman,Manager of the Petty Officers'Mess purpose Naval Operations Ad-
Open,as they display the bicentennial bottles of wine commemorating the Navy's 200th birthday.The transports as may be ,
miral James L.
NAS package store Is offering the limited edition (1200 bottles) of the Langenback & Co. white laden with warlike stores Holloway
Rhinewlne for$3 each.They art Inscribed,"From Capt. K.J. Bernstein to all Navy personnel of NAS and other supplies for our III, will be guest of honorat
Jacksonville, Fla. Congratulations on the 200th Navy Anniversary.' enemies." a Navy Birthday Ball. A

Birthday events From this beginning, the sailing regatta, Blue
1GI / U.S. Navy has grown into a Angels air show, parade,
RLS IN TOWN! 10Uniform at a glanceOct. fleet of nearly 500 ships and a special half-time

aa t the FAR OUT Day and more than 500,000 men show during the Rams-
1POKE'N' Oct. 11Birthday and women. Chargers game are also
Balls at EM, PO, and The week of October 6-13 planned.,
CPO Clubs has been designed as a In Hawaii, the Com-
j STROKE Open house and amily day at mander in Chief Pacific
NARU period to pay tribute to theNavy's
Fleet is sponsoring a
Oct. 12Navy 200 years of
Sabbath "Building On A Proud "Salute to Hawaii"
All-day Sailing Regatta at NAS Tradition." ceremony off Waikiki
.Jax Marina Beach. Commands
SAVE MONEY. Special ceremonies,
Open wideJax open houses, art exhibits, throughout the state are
Bring ywr concerts, athletic competitions planning open houses,
own booze, Special Services an- and parties have picnics, exhibits and
CON I iNuOUS GO GO nounces the scheduling of the been planned to mark the sports competition.In .
PUSSYCAT ESCORTS spectacular, highly acclaimed birthday. The Christchurch, New
(Dancing Partners) movie, "Jaws," for Sunday and followingare
Zealand Naval
DOOR ADMISSION THE NEWEST AND.FINEST, Monday,October 26 and 27 at the several of the many Support
MINIATUREGOLF COURSE station theatre. scheduled events. Force Antarctic'.will' host
HALF-PRICE
!
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Mon.Thurs, 6 11 pm ... be held each day. Matinees have Secretary of the Navy J. special Navy Birthday

WEST Ith ST 312 BLANDING BLVD. evening been set performance for 2 p.m. will and the be William Middendorf II, radio show. A "Navy

PHONE ISO 91S4 ORANGE PARK fZ".W4 screened at 7:30: p.m. There will will join other Navy officials Antarctic Week" is
(Opposite Bellair Shopping Ctr) be no increase in admission for in keynote planned to honor the
any of the showings. ceremonies October 9 at volunteers of' Operation
r the Washington Navy Deep Freeze.Preparations .
' Yard, the nation's oldest are un-
Navy shore installation.In derway for the 21st annual

( THKE Him Boston, USS Con- U.S. scientific expeditionon
stitution will be designateda the ice.:
-
bicentennial command This is just a sampling of
October 21 in the varied
commemorating the ship's scelebrations to be con-
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With the hours of daylight decreasing and leaving less

time to putter around in the yard it is a good time to MAS

rediscover the joys of homemade baked goods. We try a

great variety of recipes for fresh bread and discoveredone c

this past week that is a real delight.

Honey Whole Wheat Bread

m to 9% cups unsifted 6 tbsps. ((3/4 stick) oleo ,i.,
whole wheat flour 1& cups milk ;:
I
4 tsps. salt 1% cups water IJ

2 pkgs. active dry yeastz cup honeyIn

a large bowl, thoroughly mix 3 cups flour, salt, and f

undissolved yeast. Combine! milk, water, honey, and
oleo in a saucepan. Heat over low heat until liquids are ,,'

warm. (Oleo does not need to melt.) Gradually add to

dry ingredients and beat 2 minutes at medium speed of

electric mixer, scraping bowl occasionally.; Add 1 cup I

flour or enough flour to make a thick batter. Beat at high WHALE THANKS NAVY-Shamu II-foot,3-ton killer whale at Sea World, wears his tailor cap ,
speed 2 minutes, scraping bowl occasionally.Stir proudly as he "thanks" Cdr. C.S. Cornett, Commander, Jacksonville Recruiting District,. for being
selected as mascot of the nuclear submarine .
USS Whale.Dependents'
in enough additional flour to make a soft dough.

Turn out onto lightly' floured board; cover dough with I
bowl and let rest for 10 minutes. Then knead until drug seminar scheduled; '

smooth and elastic, about .8 to 10 minutes. : .' '. .' l'.

Place in greased bowl, turning to grease top. Cover; Jax-The Counseling and month. Attendance is open to all .
Assistance Center is 'The 3-hour sessions station' and
let rise in warm place free from draft, until doubled in are tenant command t
bulk, ,about 50 minutes. presenting a series of Drug intended to encourage personnel];and their
Awareness Seminars for. meaningful
dialogue dependents.
Punch dough down; 'turn out onto lightly floured
dependents Wednesday between and The seminar will be held
every parents
board. Divide dough in half; shape each half into a loaf. *
and Thursday this children by providing a at Bldg. 451 each Wed- "
Place in 2. greased loaf pans. Cover; let rise in warm
place, free from draft, until doubled in bulk, about 50 Enlisted detailers basic understanding of nesday, 12:30-3:30: : p.m.,
minutes. drugs, their effects and and each Thursday, 6-9

attraction, plus the legal p.m: Call ext. 2900 or 3507 '
Bake in moderate'oven ((375 degrees) about 35 to, 40 schedule, visitJax implications of their for reservations.

minutes, or until done. Remove from pans and cool on abuse. 1
Enlisted detailers
,
wire rack.SUnday.
representing all rates, will visit '
Airmen exceed CFC 'I
the Jacksonville area during.the goal'
week of Oct. 15-22. -
shopping to start An advance planning team will Jax--Air Force per- Parks,679th CFC manager
be here tomorrow, Oct. 10 and sonnel assigned to the announced.The .

Jax-With the possible ex Toyland and Country Store will starting be conducting at 9 a.m.a conference in the 679th Radar Squadron, a squadron donated' 'It,
ception of a few husbands, all Open from 9:30: a.m. to 5 p.m., auditorium of Hangar 1000. tenant unit here, have $1175 to.the fund drive on '
personnel will be pleased to know Monday through Friday,.except All department leading chiefs exceeded their goal, forcontributions Sept. 30, well ahead of the/: : ,
that beginning Nov. 2 the Main on Thursday when these facilitieswill and tenant master chiefs of to the 1975 Nov. 14 deadline date see
Retail, Budget, Book, and be open from 9:30: a.m. to 8p.m. command, plus command Combined Federal as the end of this year's ,
Toyland and Country Stores will .Saturday hours will be from counselors, should plan to attend
2d Lt. James The airmen'sgoal
be open for Sunday shopping. And 9 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. Beginning on the planning conference. Campaign, campaign.
when you get tired and hungry Sunday, Nov. 2, these stores will this year was $793.
from all that shopping, the open from 12 noon until 4:30: p.m. The men and women of
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BARGAIN HUNTER'S PARADISE
Candlelight Restaurant will be a the 679th topped the CFC
open for lunch and dinner. The Main Retail, Budget and d (It's. where everybody's going!) few after
Book Stores will also adopt a goal just a days
Navy Exchange officials here limited Sunday opening schedule Z exceeding their annual l
announced the following beginning on Nov. 2, with doors o Suggestion Program goalin
revisions in operating hours, being open from 12 noon until 4:30: only three month's time.
effective today, Oct. 9: g MIUET
..Express and Beverage Store p.m.Beginning on Oct. 19, the
Open from 9 ,a.m. to 9 p.m., Candlelight Restaurant and 19th NORMANDY BLVD. WIT'Of NORMANDY MALL
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11 a.m. to 6:30: p.m. on Sundays; until 10 p.m.serving brunch from AIR-CONDITIONEDMINI-MALL ;i: \
and from 9 a.m. to 6:30: p.m. on 11 a.m.. to 2 p.m. and dinner- FRIDAY SATURDAY: 10 AM.930 P.M. .,. 0"
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Some statisticsThere
First "*"*
papershortlived PURLICKOCCURRENCES
were at the start of 1975, JAX AIR NEWS, which since
1768 daily newspapers publishedin March of 1963 has been a civilian

the U.S., six less than a year enterprise newspaper supported
BoLk Oil 11N u4 oMttilcr
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previous. Daily circulation was solely by advertising revenues,

61,887,197 copies per day In 1974. uses about 1/ tons of newsprint a It was 1690, September' 25, Mfr Tkuttyty. bpb U,0AMERICA's ,
week, about 16 people to put it
There are an estimated 9396 together from start to finish, and Boston.' nondaily newspapers in the U.S. The hemisphere's first If ,e..Yrew.G/we/th- mtlorl'.L.rn.JeIAt.tb'ns..M.<
has a circulation here at NAS of .* fc ?., f f.w- *.. iraW publishing once, twice or three 11,400.. newspaper was born and then M V/ ( ./t Mi 1171fn4 Mwt.tbrwHsbwdtrwlbltu.tftue
times a week and fora died on the same day. The >) MT..Afo...>r. inr,f accounting /rr* ,Ili J.1''M t+J r.y.Iw f .niit total circulation of 35,892,407 newspaper was called PUBLICK /..tifeVM.W M.i.W dw.Hf.riiibfal..,../ R.Lth..J l,.. fc"AVW the pnmtbern.5.cIrlwbfdpyo..e.M.r.,M|bndrtili N ban k, iKuc f ne
weekly. OCCURRENCES Both IIr/ ff fm l W Roe.k.k Lta |.(dt fl..J>KC*
About the cover i,V w fcr /x ikv M ./ FOREIGN and DOMESTICK, .
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.vrt//wl.rrnr. (t.wwf'< thai wrR
Newspapers during 1974 ac- and Benjamin Harris was the 7t r M k u wn ffl't,y "'tit,flw' the b RrontrR otnnM
hcawiblt Ofrurttnit r/Ui ,M Pia>idenc< ,
counted for $8 billion of the dnil bfltnfrt;
ap- Newspapers played a major publisher.The /.r .k Mr e w/Nl i.NM fM Ir.fa .,IJ7enw.
proximately$26.5 billion spent on role in national So .. SetenJlr, lt.eratrwrfw rM/M.
our heritage.
paper was ....suppressedand w rl/1..1.M tI.. irwtl tL fyw Arrr
advertising in the United States. did fish. And, to a lesser extent, called in," by government kb.kul.+I r a..i b sk.ewy
i.Q rk.r Tbounu r
This 30 percent share topped all so did fire, rain, and dogs. decree. It had made mention of lame wwV/iI..Q

other media.In October 5-11 is not only Fire 'certain immoral activities on the total Tnu lens. ,,,ywt -

1973 employment in the Prevention Week and a good partof part of European royalty and of .f IlK M.bybw.r Nk, 1 rt.s .

newspaper business reached Navy Birthday Week this year, savage conduct on the part of upM n_,iiv*. b'i M f.e e.(
*4tt*Mdultr b4 lw<|bet* the flf..
382,000, an increase of ap- it is also Newspaper Week. The Indian allies of the English ,_JUrf k shows few of ru1.a i pniM proximately 6000 over 1972. Since cover just a many government. It also didn't have a n t..ea..ntbffx.btbd.tMuR.htMQe
1964 employment has uses people put their newspaperto license.In / Oeterte.ta, ... .cry CM rl fiend u Lob ar.w ft.* >:A
newspaper r wMn.I, rb.t rr kepi.IIId increased 53.8 percent. after they have finished the official order suspendingthe T.,.(& 1 1w.irlfjr.1, IMMctii>i>|r6.< |";,K
iittii
w,/ ;erlL..aln/r fcwi UMM lnw iht Co> bmh, the| ihtgnkl .
reading it. publication,the Governor and frt a.re*7 M blh Report A lr r N | (o >*<4 him bend bin*rl.f >/
U.S. newspapers consumed (And sometimes of course /. 4M..4 C.ndx* f icB eairt rr. h Af,.b>clnb f M d4ii)t it, 'iCwtfkb
Council gave as a reason that the .'l b.kr wdrrf/ M au...k a.n .
tons of in r.pr( ; r N.M n di>4 r.b kit Im ut icuUtInfllMUotnd. -
10,206,531 newsprint before their husbands or wives "contained Reflections of a If ill tfuttrj)f.l IW W...rf f..l ./., .
1974, 41.3 percent of the world's paper ii A milmoirt, Rufn oft W6 R port. A Iiu| .iliH,l'fWM have finished reading it, leadingto very high nature" and that the /.,p1 r*r M Ml 4l'l*'fcu f r f./y, Conic, In Ton* r<'<* bi t'e Cmimf
total, and down from 10,505,000 occasional groans and little >J / k .i|.< Iw. |K ibi, tri
news was of "sundry, doubtful Oi w. foffV sn1 t in
1973.
tons
screams anguish..) and uncertain fetit p m < f'"' I""
reports.
: f-IHE CI>rillii iTtJ **- l In (kmt to Mt>nl m fwb 6x1 that it bf,etlr
proof rn..M h..e .ewlr ep, thro l/ whIt tt.wca, .n4 ptoa
ponred, a day.1 Th.nbt irrn5 is l.nro nr.nf.
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)writ of Freedom is theme .. tr'i iA '



(reprinted ) editorial Quotable Quotes

I "A journalist is a grumbler a A
censurer a giver of advice a b
on newspapers regent of sovereigns; a tutor of
nations. Four hostile newspapersare
more to be feared than a t
"Newspapers shouldn't be around and have had the op- thousand "
allowed to print things like that." bayonets. }
portunity to be heard. But the NAPOLEON BONAPARTE"A
We're sure you have heard voices of reason,of responsibilityand
statements similar to that in good judgement have reporter is to a politicianwhat
recent years. Perhaps you have prevailed..and will continue to a barking dog is to a chicken a
said it yourself prevail so long as the press is thief." MIKE ROYKO
free. "If all printers were determined
What things? Maybe an not to print anything till
editorial that supports a they were sure it would offend
philosophy that differs from They have prevailed because the nobody there would be very little
yours. Perhaps a news story that citizens have been informed, printed. BENJAMIN
makes you uncomfortable. Or a because vital Issues have had full FRANKLIN"The
statement that you feel is public examination. and .
misleading or even untrue. discussion. Perhaps Benjamin job of the newspaper is to ',
Franklin expressed it best with comfort the afflicted and afflict
The fact is, however, that these words: the comfortable." F.P. DUNNE' I
newspapers must be allowed to (MR. DOOLEY) H 5-15 helicopter lands on Nimitz with survivors of air mishap.V
print anything they wish to, "Tis my belief..that when : ; '
subject to libel and slander laws. men differ in opinion, both sides HS-15 has successful deployment aboard Nimitz I
This Is what the First Amend ought equally to have the advantage
ment to the Constitution is all of being heard in public. month-long cruise to Northern called upon to carry many VIP's ,
about. When the truth and error have by Lt.Fred II.Robbins Europe with, port visits to while in Northern Europe,among ,
The First Admendment fair play truth is always'an.. The HS-15 Red Lions com- Wilhelmshaven Germany; them General Haig Admiral
guarantees that the United States overmatch." manded by Cdr. W. S. Renner Edinburg Scotland; and Portsmouth Bagley, and former Prime
returned recently from a three- England.The Minister of England Heath. 1;
shall have a free press. It does During this Bicentennial
year month aboard theNavy's Red Lions accumulatedover The Red Lions also rescued four
deployment !
not guarantee a fair press, or a' it will be well for all of us to
nuclear carrier hours members of two downed F-4s.
newest 1250 flight flying plane
responsible press .only a free remember that the free
USS Nimitz. guard, utility runs medev,cs,
For nearly two hundred discussion of public business is
press. While aboard the Nimitz, the and ASW training flights during While in Northern European d
the First Amendment has the prerequisite of liberty. We
years squadron participated with which time they were also waters the Red Lions par-
protected big and must keep In mind that
newspapers any Carrier Air Wing,Eight In fleet awarded a certificate com- ticipated in combined NATO'
small newspapers..good limitation placed on the right of
readiness training exercises in mending them for going two ASW exercises and successfully
newspapers and bad free expression of any person orgroup..no the VACAPES and JAX years without having a major experimented with a new
ones..responsible journalists and matter how repugnanttheir OPAreas, and in Guantanamo accident. They carried 22,340 processor which could increase ,
irresponsible hacks. cause may be..is an in- Bay Cuba. The latter part of the pounds of mail and cargo and 634 the squadron's ASW ef- r
fringement on the rights of all of
During this period of time, the us. deployment was spent on a passengers. The squadron was fectiveness.HERE'S .

American press has had..and ... i it
does have..an overwhelming Freedom of speech and of the I' ,
majority of ,competent and press have made us a free people.
responsible members. To be May we, as a nation, have the
sure, the dissidents, and rabble wisdom to recognize and per-
rousers, the kooks have been petuate that truth.
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Military pay] rates effective Oct. 1st '. .


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COMMISSIONED OFFICERS BAQ

GRADE UNDER .2 3 4' 6 8' 10 U 14 16 18 20., 22," 26 ,
: PAY WITHOUT WITH
1 GRADE DEP. DEP.
0.10 2841.00 2940.90 2940.90 2940.90 2940.90 3053.70 3053.70 3150.00 (MAX)
0.10 255.30 319.20
0.9 2517.9 2584.20 2639.10 2639.10 2639.10 2706.00 2706.00 28".20 2818.20 3053.70 3053.70 3150.00 -
0.9 255.30 319.20
0-1 2280.60 2349.00 2404.10 2404.80 2404080 2584.20 2584.20 2706.00 2706.00 2818.20 2940.90 3053.70 .- "
o.a 255.30 319.20
0.7 1894.80 2024.10 2024.10 2024.10 2114.40 2114.40 2237.40 2237.40 2349.00 2584.20 2761.80 -
0-6 1404.60 1543.50 1644.00 1644.00 1644.00 1644.00 1664.00 1664.00 1699.80 1"1.90 2069.70 2114.40 2237.40 2426.10 0.7 255.30 319.20
0-6 234.60 286.20
0.5 1123.20 1319.40 1410.30 1410.30 1410.30 1410.30 1453.50 1530.90 1633.20 1755.90 1856.70 1912.50 1979.70 .
0.5 219.60 264.60O.3
0-4 947.10 1152.60 1230.30 1230.30 1252.50 1301.30 1397.10 1476.00 1543.50 1610.70 1655.40 -
880.20 983.70 1051.50 1163.70 1219.20 1263.30 1330.80 1397.10 1431.30 0.4 198.00 238.80
0.3 175.50 216.60
0.2 767.to .131.20 1006.80 1040.40 1062.30 _. -
0.1 666.00 693.30 131.20 _, __ 0.2 153.60 194.70
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS WITH OVER J YEARS ACTIVE SERVICE AS ENLISTED MEMBERS 0.1 120.60 156.90
._ W.4 191.10 230.40
0.3 1163.70 1219.20 1263.30 1330.80 1397.10 1453.50 -
W.3 172.20 212.40
0.2 1040.40 1062.30 1095.90 1152.60 1197.30 1230.30 -
0.1 838.20 894.90 928.20 961.10 995.40 1040.40 -' W.2 151.10 192.60
WARRANT OFFICERS W.1 ,,137.40 171.20

W-4 896.40 961.10 983.70 1021.70 1073.70 1111.70 1197.30 1252.50 1296.90 1330.80 1374.90 1420.80 1530.90 E.9 144.90 204.00
W.3 894.90 905.70' 1028.70' 1095.90 1252.50 1296.90 E.8 135.00 190.80
115.10. .814.10 972.00 1062.30 1121.60 1163.70 1201.40
W.2 713.70 771.90 794.40 838.20 884.10 917.40 950.70 913.70 1011.20 1051.50 1084.10 1121.60 E.7 115.10 171.10
W.1 594.60 681.90 738.60 771.00 805.50 838.20 872.70 905.70 939.30 972.00 1006.80 E-6 106.20 166.20
E.5 102.60 153.60
ENLISTED MEMBERS
E.9 '- -. 1011.50 1041.60 1065.30 1089.90 1113.90 1136.10 1195.80 1311.60 E-4 90.30 134.40
E.I 854.70 878.40 901.10 '25.50 949.50 971.70 995.70 1053.90 1171.80 E.3 10.10 116.10
E.7 596.70 643.80 667.80 691.20 715.20 737.40 760.10 784.80 120.20 843.30 867.00 871.40 937.50 1053.90 E.2 70.10 116.10
.E-6 515.40 561.90 51.5.30 609.60 632.70 656.10 679.10 715.20 737.40 760.80 772.10 E.1 66.60 116.10
E..s 452.40 492.60 516.30 531.10 573.90 597.30 621.30 643.10 556.10 ENLISTED MEMBERS
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E-4 435.00 459.30, 486.00 524.10 544.50 Separate Rations $2.53 Dally
,E.3 411.20 441.30 459.00 47.00 COMMISSIONED OFFICERS
E.2 402.60 Basic Allowance forE
.1 361.20 .- ,- Subsistence Rites $33.05 Monthly
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Pay raise to be included in October checksJaxA



-five checks will not appear limit the October pay raiseto The military pay increase allowance for quarters

increase for percent military pay until the end of the month. five percent. The time will be applied to (BAQ) and basic I

personnel became effective Last week, the House of limit to override the monthly basic pay, basic, allowance for subsistence
(BAS).
on Oct. 1, 1975. Representatives killed any Presidential proposal

possibility of an 8.66 ended at midnight .ft .
The Navy Finance Office :- percent ,pay, raise for Thursday, October 2 withno :,
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Foam flotation,stainless steel bow and stern eyes, custom fused switch panel.
, stainless steel bow rail, teak taff rail, teak swim FACTORY INSTALLED OPTIONS: BRAND
\ platform with boarding ladder, running lights, Top boot,side and aft curtains mooring cover,full
Transom swim platform,electric horn,windshield BEDDING '
bow hatch and anchor locker, custom deck ven l .
i tilators,polypropelene carpeting Insulated engine wipers, dash controlled spotlight, hour meter.
,.' compartment, tide storage panels, floor storage, These Intersprlng mattresses & boxsprlngs are by the NATION'S
locking glove box storage Insulated floor LARGEST
. cooler MANUFACTURER. This
same bedding Is sold at
Indirect cockpit lights,teak drink holders,back NOW
, to Jacksonville's
larger
$7995INCLUDES department stores at 2 and 3
times
our prices.
'.,. K. back lounge seats,aft lump seats,Insulated cooler ONLY,.. TWIN

under aft seat,walk.thru safety glass,windshield, Mattress or Boxspring........................29.95
convertible top,electric bilge pump and blower, 233 HP MERCRUISER 1.0 UP TO 50
". "heavy duty steering, ,single lever panel control, MPH I FULL Mattress or Boxspring ..................................$39.95
QUEEN SET ............................................99.93
KING SET ...............................................................159.9'dtt



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WIL-MAR-APTS. NOMONEYNEEDED

2BR. LR., Kit., heater, refrlg., range, 1972 Pinto Runabout', AT, xtra sharp, ,
Y w washing machine, AC, parking 2 cars, $1495. or low mo. pymts. 368.6422. ;,
small child or pet O.K. Dep. $50.00
f
a
a CALL: 387-3566 Returnable, depending on condition. NOCASH NEEDED .,- i
Child and pet Dep. $2500 ea. Non. 1973 Vega Hatchback AT, AC, sharp, I

Returnable. $135.00 Water, Garbage, $1595., or low mo. pymts. 388.6422.NOMONEYNEEDED f I
mCitr. mailed to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday, Ads Sewage, Included 3872541.1BEDROOMTRAILER. t i I
late for this deadline will b. published the following week unless the publisher Is In. l',
strutted oth rwlst. A check or mney order for h. cost Of the .d must b. received WITH the copy. 1969 Chevelle $750. or low mo. pymts. .. ; j

minimum Partly or compl. turn., AC, Conv. to 388.6422. ; \'
RATE charge (3 lines ...S2.50 Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...60c NAS & Cecil. Call 264.3308. no pets. NO CASH NEEDED .t. j
Mail to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO., A565SHI RLEY
AVE., JACKSONVILLE FLA., 32210 BEDROOM, 1ft BATH 1970 Honda 350, 12,400 Ml., $495., or J

--- FR,W-W Cpt.drapes,CH,2 AC Units low mo. pymts. 3886422.LLOYDSCORVETTE. j
Fncd. yd., stor. shed, conv. to Bases, \
PLACEWe
< BOSSENREALTY.INC. HEAVENER REALTY CO. Schools, & shopping Centers. 772.1376 .
Realtor-M.L.S.384.2336 or 778-41 Buy& Sell C rvettes...: I '
MISCELLANEOUS' Orange Park Office Avail. Oct. 20.ORANGE .
NAS CECIL 634 Cassat Ave.381.3311.
264.1222
.
Convenient location & low main PARK.FURNISHED2BR. .
I9GRUMAN YANKEE AIRCRAFT tenant are only 2 features of this COUNTRY ACRES ., Conv.NAS.School, will rent to 1974 YAMAHA ISO ;k
14 Acres of nice land for horses, for :
Good Cond., $500. 1561 Cassat Ave.. ti
Treat shape Well equipped, Wayable 3BR., JBA. Home Accented by building or whatever you need I land bachelors. No lease required. 264-6884. ;
$2100. down. S1U.MO. 387. aluminum siding 8. brick veneer on 389-3501. Ii .
for. Property has road frontage on two
|94. fenced corner lot. Large utility room sides Is set up for two mobile homes, Ji'MOBILE I J HOMES: '71750 KAWASAKI MUST SELL '. / !1
WANT TO BUY 8.workshop. All Terms available.
>'-24' Travel Trailer must sleep six, Today $27,900. room Good water, lots of trees: and WE BUY AND SELL 6:00: Mon-Frl, all day Sat. & Sun. 778. I
t In excellent condition, be ready to NORMANDY VILLAGE some of land Is planted In pasture GOOD USEDMOBILE HOMES 3734. 1
) AND must be a GOOD BUYI' If you Outstanding buy for buyer who Is tired Owner will sell all or back half Of Phone 388-4619
jve one with all the ..bov..lIflcltlons of throwing away rent receipts. Owner property.; Call for complete details '\ '$ .. 1
[ Call 387.3566 9a-5p. will pay closing costs on this 3BR. VIRTUALLY SPOTLESS MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Only the \ tNewspape ;
Home. This bargain offers range, Thats the way you will find this oni 12'X52', 2BR., Air Conditioned,
TWIN BEDS refrlg.,WW Cpt., large yard. Call to Inside and out. 3BR., IV*BA., Concreti washer. See at 4600 Alden St., Lot 50,
ox Springs & Mattresses, like new see $23,750.OAK Block home with brick front, CH&A) Yukon.

ISO. 264.8044. HILL MANOR Lg. Patio, Fncd. lawn, nice trees, new
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONINGand All brick 3BR., 2BA., with family storage building, good area near \TRANSP'ORTATloNt i. :: 1
room WW carpet,range & refrlg., All schools 8. shopping. Very low equity I

HEATING UNIT terms $28,500.ALMOST NEW $28,500.00. BPP. E2'sA UP, NO CASH NEEDED

(ton saves electricity with 3 phase Small equity, assume 625 pct. VA NEW LISTING Financing arranged, for low mo. t" "
Low hours, excellent Loan Nice 4BR., 2BA. Home with over 1700( pymts. Good dependable used cars, a
peratlon. 3BR., 2BA., WW carpet, 8 mos. '
ndltlon. Phone 387.3566,weekdays 9. Old. sq. ft. of living area. Home features good selection 388-6422. ; j jI
CEDAR HILLS CH&A, sunken fam. rm., carpet,
Owner has made this a comfortable remodeled kitchen and fncd. bk. yd NO CASH NEEDED
GEORGE'S KENNELSDogs BR.,2BA.. Home with many main. Water rights to Drs. Lake & Corn 1970 Chevelle Malibu, AT, AC, 2DR.,
i Cats Boarded tenance free features. Beautiful WW munlty Lot & Dock. Must see this ito ons HT, sharp, Sim. or low- mo. pymts.. '

lince 1925. Grooming, training 8. carpet, kitchen appliances & In appreciate. Priced In Mid $30's 388.6422. 3)lIIIIIIII) t ; i Ii

(hipping. Visitors .welconnankemerlcard .. ground pool. $37,900. WATERFRONTRANCHETTESIn NO CASH NEEDED

> & Masterchar PECAN,PEACH,I PEAR Lake Asbury. Prime building I lots Ford Van, runs good, looks good $895.
nored. Off 1.10 Near Cassat Ave. 8. And Black Cherry trees In fenced yard on and off water. One to four acres or low mo. pymts. 388.6422.NO I

dg wood Ave. Of this 3BR. Home, CH&A, new $12,000 to $20,000 with terms. Call our .
SOlS Edgtwood Court 783-1625 double.door refrlg., Close to bases 8 office for all details.HEAVENER CASH NEEDED
shopping, all for $24,500. REALTY CO. 1972 Gold Duster, xtra sharp, $1495., ONLY THE NEWSPAPER keeps I
TYLER A-C (LAKESHORE) BUNDLE OF CHARMIn Orange Park Office or low mo. pymts. 388.6422.NOMONEYNEEDED. you so completely informed,

Repairs on auto AC, Central Units 1. this 2BR., 1BA. frame home with 264.1222CONVENIENT 1 because newspapers are
Indow units. 4711 Palmer Ave. 388. low budgets In mind. _
H6U TO HAS A CECIL E3 special, 1968 Pontiac Conv., $695., "local"and best present the lo-
HAVE YOU BEEN LOOKINGFor
of 3 ig. BR., 2BA., fam. rm., BIRO, or low mo. pymts. 388.6422. cal news including helpful ,
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMSIng a house reminding you covered patio, excellent cond., VATerms.
childhood days spacious windows, _weather reports. {
( size bed$90.,Queen size bed$81 ., .
Mattress & Frame. 399. large yard, quiet friendly neigh. LOTS OF SPACE \
Spring
ox borhood. Call Today.APPRAISED. Lg. lot, 2BR., IBA., fam. rm., eat-In
|990.
(21,500. kit., screened porch, 1600 sq. ft. ap
LIVE CRABS Need not worry about getting value onthis prox., excel. neighborhood. Lots of I
Wllford's Fish Camp clean & gracious 3BR., 2BA. shade trees. The price you'll like the

264. .9707ir Home also boasts on extra large lot, best. Big Chief Say: I
Many trees & vegetable garden. ALMOST NEW
BOAT FOR SALE COSTOF ADDING FAMILY ROOMIs JBR., 2BA., fam. rm., CH&A Cpts. & ,
|l65 Mercrulser 1.0, full canvas Accessories minimal as area already enclosed drapes, fncd.' yd., Ideal equity or Germans BEST

$2900.00 7314005.JWEDDINOCOWNJ. for workshop on this 2BR., 1BA. Home refinance.

In quiet well established. neIgh. ESCAPE '
torn only once, some head pieces, 6 borhoOd. 22500. From City hustle to Beautiful Mandarin Radial TifelS!

ormals Sizes 7 thru 13., 264.2585. 7% PERCENTOn you must see this con.
this excellent equity buy. 4BPBA. ., temporary 3BR., 2BA., Home.The I lgLR IiI

SINGER FUTURAust ., family room, eat.in kitchen & w-Cathedral ceilings, & lovely
sacrifice top of the line sewing lots more. $47,000. Modern equlpf. kit. makes this 2 yr I
(machine. 1975 Model. Original price $2,000. TAX CREDIT old home fit for a Queen. You'll !b.

1650.00. Pay balance' $286.10 or need Plus 7wPCt. on desirable 3BR., 2BA.< surprised at the price. All terms

someone to assume $12.60 per month family room home. Plush carpets, available.
(payments. Will take trade. Phone 731. fenced yard, lots more. Be first owner EXCELLENT BUY
0255. on this new home. Trailer lot septic tank & well,
BOSSENREALTY.INC.ReallorM.L.S.38423U 100'X132', Conv. to NAS 8. Cecil 8000.
RIDERSTO NASHVILLELeave or 778-4800 LOOKING FOR A EQUITY
Oct. 10 & return Oct. 12, late< 8000.( will buy you over 1800 sq. ft. of
model car Call 388.6285. FRESHLY PAINTED3BR. living space. Assume Mtg. on 'this
., IViBA. Home has fam. rm.,
3BR., 2BA. Home. Lovely neigh-
EARLYAMERICAN HARVEST TABLE huge lot, Is vacant. can be occupied
borhoOd. Beautifully landscaped yard .
Decons Bench, 2 Ladder back chairs.All Immediately $26OOO.VA. \
This you must see to appreciate.OWNER
for 5250. 751-4527, BELLAIRThis ANXIOUS
3BR. Home has AC, eat.in kit'atlo .,
GLASS SLIDING PATIO DOORS Ride by 5020 Romllly Dr. E. < Call for
will allmyer's of
fncd. yd., Owner pay
With Frame$40. an appt. to see this lovely 3BR., 2BA.
VA.
Call 268.2451. closing costs. 22000. Home w.Pan. fam. rm., CH&A, Cpts.,
IMMACULATE HOME I
drapes, fncd. yd.OWNER .
2CRAGARMAGSWWIde This 3BR., IVtBA. Home has rangarage DESPERATEVA

Tires, Good Cond. $70. Ph. excel location,. 8'X16'workshop appraised $32,000. for this lovely
FHA VA. MILE GUARANTEE
771.2948. only $26,500. 3BR., 2BA. Home In Heritage Hills,, 40,000
QUALITY ,
&
SPACE kt
OVERSTOCKED! give yourself a chance to see this
For Sale double bed, Washer, end Are In abundancecH&A, 2 fireplaces home & make offer.
tables, electric stove, Dining room & room for everything. Mid. 550's.Your FOSHEE REALTY 155 SR.12 29.95

suite, SOfa Call aft. 3P.M. 781.3190. terms.SHORT ON FUNDS 88-1511_Broker ,

iREAL"ESTATEi1J But long for a home of your own. "CENTRAL AIR HEAT" 165SR13175SR13 31.95 (

f ,\,,, Here's a home to fit your budget 3BR., Exceptionally clean, 3BR., 2BA., ,
1 RETIRING(1I 1 BA.,eat In kit.,fam. rm., completelyfncd. inge.refrlg., carpets, drapes. '
Park .,range&ref rig.,AC,$23,000. VA. Garage & workshop. Fenced yard. 4 33.95
See this home for sale In Orange
WHY PAY RENT VA, FHA or equity. '
with In-home business. opportunity. nice lot, CHOOSY 34.95 I:
Well kept 3BR. Home on a 165XSR15F.E.T. I,
$27,50000 completely fncd.,close to both bases, Try this 3BR., 2BA.. with fam. rm., '
ORANGE PARK REALTY, INC. & drapes. Real clean & pricedfor $1.69 to $2.01
$18,000. carpets
all I terms
". ,.11
-- CABINETS GALORE the economy minded. Passenger Tire Guarantee

"SHIPMATES"Courteous Real Estate Lots of kitchen cabinets In this 3BR., SERVICE REALTYINC. kaatr ataest aN read later/:1W tie W M lie fMltn*.II bra fads.we*,itM .

Service. Call personal Realtor. ',iBA., fncd. yd. In a nice neigh- 7478 103rd Street sitM..ntw l sr fillet it,durM|MI/(hr UN bead rear M are nti skxi it
Joe Roplak .
All Terms $23,500.SPOTLESS Ultor-M.L.S. 778-4050-24Hr r rt.
Associate, with Blanding Agency Inc.ealtor"MLS" borhoOd. tktnrrMtpmplMtu
FOR SALE BY OWNER ,
lus.771.MU Aft.Hrs.781-7715 AC, 3BR. Home, kit. equipt., Washer 5BR.3BA.' family home, 3 yrs. old, tumttri aptst rear eel tor i sseaM Baler et sukt N tread Km Mt ttn tnsf
BATHS Dryer, all drapes, on a corner lot, 2350 sq. ft. living area 56000. Contact wee radian*.ckvpi to elect seed saps rata sfcvi if lit oral pnctatatn .
BEDROOM,}fULL between bases, conv. to schools 8.shopping Bob J.ckSOl'2845364. .CiawrailnkKMiicliM0. .
CH&A Yd., Lg.
Fenced
on. Rm., all terms $24,500.
Jtll.> rm., Scr. Porch Stor. Bldg., INFLATION FIGHTER t :\ ::1.:'W ft ENT L$Iti.F; .
Carpeting, Park 264.2515.
orange Compare & buy this 3BR.,2BA. Home, -
MANASSA REALTY OFFERS CH&A, completely fncd., plus a am. FOR RENTSBR.

Near. Bases on dead end Street, safe rm., VA $23,000. ., 3BA., family home In Orange
for children. 4BR. 28A. Masonry, MOVE IN FASTIrs Park, fully carpeted, AC $325. Call forappt. .
very nice neighborhood. A BARGAIN a must to see this 3BR.,2BA. Hme, 284-5830 aft. 4P.M. or anytime '
125X100. range refrlg., dishwasher, disposal, turday. lersswrertate

ADORABLE ww carpet, drapes 1 ,car garage, 1 BEDROOM HOUSE ,

Describes this 2BR.Cottage on big lot, split-BR. arrangement, Less than Carport, Air Cond., Large Yard, .

this won't last at 12500. VA or FHA. $ ,100. equity & assume loan. Couples/ only 7711405._

QUICK POSSESSION JACK V. FOREHAND, CORP.771.g"LOCATEDON1nRDSTREET OPPOSITE NAS JAX. : II
Between bases, 3BR., 28A.. Masonry, altor-M.L.S. Off 120th Street -

Ig. den Built-in Bar stools In kit. NAS Mobile Homes & AptS. for rent.1BR.
hen, dishwasher 6. range,' sep. Din. Between Cecil Field units for mature adults. Nice forsingles.

Rm.! W-W carpet, thru-out. $29,000. FOSHEE REALTY From $75.Mo. Larger Mobile
OffiCE OPEN EVENINGS Immediate cash for your equity, none homes from SlOO.Mo. Children I, A..4..4

MANASSA REALTY too large or too small. welcom. Justlss Trailer Park. 389.
771-5600
falter Broker
3007.
188.1511
Opposite Cedar Hills Theatre





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Before and Atter School or Day ex.cond $450.00 771-4509
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"<<<'>>Jo..""' ''' --''''':'>''''':f c. o- -:cfH_:'>: rocaoasm'-oSfa" ""' f I Transportation provided to and 71 FIAT, 850 Convertible, new

from Normand Village mor, battery, steel! radial, tires,

J THE FLEET MARKETA r Elementary Call 1 783-3258 good fop, paint, 35MPG, runs real

f:. j. ...... ,, good, PH 2164 Stanley

ara''swaw+sr'''''-'X'<<.'''>N'w.-.w.w..__,,__'''''''''... :u oxvarh.avrs acwaarrHx._".., Frigidaire REFRIGERATOR
Air Whirlpool REF. Olive green $100,
FREE Personal Want Ad Service for Military and Civilian Employees of NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field ; $75.00 18,500 BTW Sears
i Conditioner $100.00 2 Large Red Excellent condition, Not Frost
FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM I Leather Bean Bag Chairs $10.00 Free. Tel 387-0577
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Each, call 783-3258
NOTE Ads will be published no more than three(3)( ) Times. I ........... For Sale: 64 VW Engine 40 Horse
Limit| Ad to 20 words or less.
I
hauled. Call 781.1532
Ladles GOLF CLUBS $35, or just over
n I trade for chest of 'drawers, ....-....... .
1 Gabriel Hijacker air Wanted to Trade Whirlpool

shocksLarge( car) $30.00 388-7539 Imperial 80 Gas DRYER for

II II' ............ same model & year elect. 1973 orsell
Excel! Cond. 772.1376
For Sale: 1969 TRIUMPH $125.00
SPITFIRE MK3. Good engine ..10......_

TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW.BE I needs rear end, exterior work. For Sale Dacor 80 cu.ft.

SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. Call cecil ext 8310 Alum.Tank, quick cam, back
1I pock, scuba pro' MK II, Reg.

t For,Sale.Full set Stan Thompson $150.00 Photo dark room equip.

Name Office or activity to which assigned II I GOLF CLUBS &'bag $100.00 Full 772.1376

set Spaulding Top Flight golf

clubs with m-t woods $50.00 388- 1965 PORSCHE 356C Champagne
Grade Work Phone No. Signature
Rank-Rat or 7539
Yellow Total Cosmetic &

Advertising will be accepted only from active and his signature, grade or rank,rate, office or I Mechanical Restoration. Recent
1 military or civilian employee personnel assigned.to activity to which he is assigned and office telephone. PCSMOBIL HOME, Unfurnished show winner $7,500 284-9994 eves.
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. This information Is for authentication only and your shed, 3BR, IVz bath, central heat- & weekends only

ad should be ,worded Independently of 'this information air, gas range full carpet, except ...-...- ,
2.Free advertising In the "FLEET MARKET" Forms must be clearly typed or printed:
kitchen, new In LR shed 264-9282 '
I will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housing NO machine reproductions will be accepted 1972 'VW BUS-Excellent Condition -
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I for personal use as a residence, these ads will be ; Fred NAS 3552 or Orange
accepted only if the words "PCS" (for military), or 5.Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In AIRPLANE For Sale: PIPER Park 269-1065
I "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians! leaving the the following edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads PA-20,135 h'p., good family four
Jacksonville area) are Included In the wording of the arriving after that date or ads held out,because Of
I place, fresh annual $5,000 call 1-
ad. Offers to buy or sell personal property; offers of space limitations, will be placed In the following HONDA 1972. 70cc Excellent
I or requests for rides to and from work; announcements week's edi'ion Ads will be run only one time, unless 259-3874 Shape 5,600 miles $250 Call after
I of educational courses offered by nonprofit submitted as prescribed above. .......-.. 4pm 772-9924
organizations or government agencies. Ads For Sale-1970 SS 396 CAMARO
I for pets will be carried only when accompanied by 6.No phone calls will be accepted regarding NNNNN
I the word "Free". "FLEET MAR M.ET" advertising. The JAX AIR 375HP 4speed, clean, runs good, For Sale: Mattress w-box spring,
NEWS and AiRWINGER offices cannot provide AM-FM stereo some extras call chest, headboard, Baby Fur.
I 3.All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or,typing services for advertisers 388-9419 after 5.. weekdays or niture Call 264-6487 AWH or see at
I "FLEET MARKET" ad form which will be printed weekends
1178 Arbor Circle
I in each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7.All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No .....-..
will be rejected more than two(2)( ) ads per week per person will be '
I accepted. Complete Engine Anallzer $75, OFFICER DRESS BLUES-size
Complete ad forms must be mailed to "FLEETMARKET" complete exhaust anallzer $60, 31.30, 4Dr $15 Oriental end
I Editor, c.o JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, 8.Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a t all
timing light $25,or for $150 771- table$15 Electric bean
I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212. business, or which do not meet the above pot, never
These forms must provide all Information requirements, will be rejected The. publisher 8079 after 1700 used $5 771-0550
I requested, Ie: Full name of person submitting ad reserves the right to omit any or all ads. ............

Cox POP-UP CAMPER with Must Sell: Magahony DINING
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dining fly and poles: Sleeps five. TABLE 40"x70" No cahlrs. Exc.
HONDA 4501972 wlthfalrlng, new Coastal TOPPER for SWB Ford sportatlon to and from work. Call Solomon In customer service3rd donditlon $200 Magahony buffet

parts $625, 1971 Bultaco 360 Dirk Pickup Trucks 1974 and up. Over 100 MPG 5,560 miles $250 floor. Ext 3887 3109, 3201. $150 (Not a set) 778-1468 after

Bike Make Offer' Contact Tinted. Bubble Windows. Excellent 7729924 after 4:00pm: .-...-... 5pm

Ballmann 772.330or. 2824715PCS :co lditiari'$200 firm Call CAMPER SHELL for Standard ..-;' ....I.IForSale

768-9A11 ......-"- For Sale: BEDROOM FUR. Size' Pick-Up. Wood Paneled : 2.5cu.ft.
Must Sell: 73 Suncrest MASSARGE BELT Machine NITURE. Antique green with Inside and has overhead light and REFRIGERATOR $35, books $1

MOBILE HOME 12x65, 2BR, $20.00, Man's BIKE $50.00 J PC gold trim, Mediterranean style. screened windows. Call 264-0659 each PH 786-5569 after 5pm
large living room, kitchen, Blond DINETTE SET $75.00 $225 or best offer Phone 269-0816 $125 N..NN

furnished, small equity, assume Patio Lounge Chair $10, Other Optlgan G. Chord ORGAN and

payments 282-1333 after 6 p.m. Items cheap. Call 384-5870. before 1972 VW CAMPER with Tent 67 PLY WAGON, good 318 eng & 'Bench Major, Minor, Diminished

7pm Excellent Condition $3200 772-9070 extra trans, good for parts $50 chords new price$500.00 my price

Bargain CELICA, 1974, AT, Vinal ......NN ........... firm 772-3569 $275.00 786-8464 after 5

a, top, tape, and more. 24,000 miles For Sale-Large Infant 21" CONSOLE Color TV For Sale For Sale 18,500 BTU AIR COND

Hurry-make your best offer now PLAYPEN, never used $20.00 $85.00 Call 771-1095 after 4PM $75 3, 3 speed fans, why? Installing Smith-Corona TYPEWRITERfor
call 772-7442 Call 264.4441 anytime Central Heat Call 264- sale. 1 yr old never used elect

.-...-.. For Sale: 72 CAMARO ATP- 1103 after ribbon, cartridge tape $200.00 or
GYM Brand new, never J 5pm
SLIM 1972 HONDA Excellent tran- SNew Exhaust SYST, Battery, Best offer Call after 4:30: 269.2691
used,.$70, call 768-9631 Brakes, Shocks Cecil Ext 8135
M MOBILE HOME 12x64 3
o Girls Oaloret' Home 786-9054 Bedrooms, each with Bath Want to buy: '2 or 3br HOME In
Non-Stop SUNDAY AT JAX BEACH! Raised Kitchen, carpet, 2x4 late Nov. or early Dec. Please

ft.Shows! Day& Nite Exotic Entertainment For Sale Hotpolnt ELECTRIC walls, shed, skirting, moving write Lt. William Holland, 244
SEVEN DAYS A WEEK .11 AM til 2 AM4windslounge RANGE, 40", 2 ovens, white 'north $5,900 264-7361 Parliament Circle, Topsham,

$75.00 ........... Maine 04086
REFRIGERATOR, top freezer TRAVEL TRAILER-16' Safari,

& paclcag store $75.00 781-2385 sleeps 3, good cond, extra tire, For Sale: Starllghter YOUTH

By Owner 3BR, WW Cpt, BIRO, toilet, etc. 778-0347 after 3pm BED..Maple New. $50.00 Call 264-

! ,' 730 BEACH BLVD JAX BEACH DW, Ref, LR-FP, FR-FP, DBL -- 1131
Package Store hours 9am lam Car Gar MOBILE HOME PCS
w Fenced Back Yard : 12x65, For Sale-3 Bedroom, 2Bath,
Shaded Lot 387-0369 3Bd-2Bath, carpet, central air &
Den
Large Fireplace, Dining
.......... heat, shed, no equity-take over
Room, Screened Porch, CH&A,
67 COUNT SQ. 9 Pas payments; 778-0347 after '
Good cond, 3pm shaded lot
New tires $350.00 781.9339 ............ '1500sq.ft. $32,500 771-
772- 6421 PCS OrdersHATCHCOVERS

2689 Stanley BDRM SUITE, solid .......-,
., GREAT STEAKS! wood, trpl dresser, mirror, nice from 1942
stand, dbl bed, matt. box springs.
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eat/ to $40, Finished $65 to $150, Metal
...and other good things to
less $25 Call Bateman Ext
pair.
Including 4 dinners under$3.00,' 0 n Commando

Special Steak with salad and potato only 12.50. 0 0 2581 or 284-5851 .
9 Luncheon specials only$1.30 to 12.75 -
STEREO EQUIP Never used
Seafood and GREAT DRINKS TOO ,
Sansul, 5000X $275 Garrard Zero-

Casual Dining No Reservation Required We're rolling back the 100.2' Turntable' $130, Sansul
Sp2500 Speakers $210, Garrard
prices to roll out
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.' Open \Uam.'i'n 10pm Sunday thru Thursday; the bikes. 95SLB Turntable ((6 Mo Used)
11 lam til 11pm Friday and Saturday $115, Kenwood KL 440 Speakers
KICK ELECTRIC ((6 Mo. Used
) $160 Call Bateman
START... START...
Denny's'' Mm Steaks' S $1995$2195 2581 or: 284-5851

,. "FREE HELMET 1972 HOB IE 16-Fully Equippedwith

It.. 5E: ? 2509 BLANDING: BOULEVARD em WITH MOTOCVCLE" Trailer and many'- extras

B99 PHONE 388-4605 AALCO MOTOR MART $1800 call Bateman'ext- 2581 or
284-5851
l t. 4923 IT.: MAIN STREET. PHONE 354.8231

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=KiH11M1jtlKiriMMj: !! Shag, Pannellng,Am-FM 8 track, engine, $1000 DWH Ext 2844-7 Lt. Queen Size MATTRESS and box

.;...:.:.;.:.:.;..................... ........."..."''....... 307, 3spd, Mags $2,700 384.2766 Moldenhauser AWH 264-3564 Springs, matched set, good
I ..........
WiIMWi.NiMtKfW' condition $75.00 Phone 772-0957
FLEET: CAR POOL desired from '70 CHEVROLET IMP 350, 2dr, -........

Englewood High School area AC, exc. cond, must see to appreciate Full Size MATTRESS $8.00.

(Barnes Rd., University Blvd.) $985 Address YorktownApt Ladles Clothing size 16 Call 387"

(Continued from page 14)) 2 end tables, couch. Call after for 7.3:30: schedule, call Roger D-3, 103rd St. 8050 anytimeSTOVEREFRIGERATOR 3909 after 5pm
5pm 781.1225 X2728 NARF

........... .......... good 65 BUICK WILDCAT, Excellent
Must Sell-68 PLYMOUTH' FURYIII For Sale 1972 175E KAWASAKI 69 Chevy CAMPER SPECIAL, %: shape, 2 sets of steps for trailer, mechanical condition. PS, PB,

AC, PS, 4 Door, V8, Perfect lo miles, good condition $350 786-, ton, 4spd, 307 eng, radio, new large fan, many other Items, call Air, Good Rubber, $200 264-5148
Interior, Going to college Call 2829 paint, sell separately or with Debra 269.1912

781-2538 after 5pm .......... topper or lOVi (Ft "Open Road" 1974 .COBIA-17 Ft. Deep-V ;
For Rent: 2 Bedroom MOBILE Camper 786-8164 1974 MUSTANG II, 2dr, Coupe. Bowrlder w.115 Hp Johnson i
,......... Medium Metallic Green deluxe
1972 CUTLASS SPORT COUPE, HOME,on Large Lot 3 miles west Outboard Harding Trailer, Safety.
V-8, PB, PS, AT, Radio and 8. of Cecil, $150.00 Per month, For Sale: LADIES CLOTHING- trim, disc brakes etc. showroom Equipment, skis, $3595, Lt I

Track, Vinyl Roof, $2250, 269-0059 deposit & lease PCS 786.2829 Pants suits, dresses, slacks, condition throughout Ph 264.2973 Rlneman 772-9205 evenings

or Ext 2731 .......... blouses. Sizes 14-16. Excellent ---,
Wanted.UTILITYTRAILER condition. Reasonable prices. Private Tutoring In Mathematics 19.0 cu.ft. Wlzzard CHEST

0913 771- after 5:00: ,pm 264-4659 College Level Call ext 8163 at FREEZER$150"68"3 speed ford
1974 AMC JAVELIN, V-8, PB, At NAS Cecil Field. Ask for Gran transmission standard $40 Phone I
i
Console, white vinyl roof and Wanted Female For Sale: KAWASAKI 400 S-3 Semmes. 786-2781 .

condition $2550, BABYSITTERfor .........
seats, perfect 1974 new tire, 2 helmets, cover, II
seven old
year girl: Week-
269.0059 or ext. 2731 and shop manual,good shape 268- Nice Quality Comfortable SOFA Two Single Beds-One wood-One
from
days 3:30: pm to 4:30: pm In
2653 after 4pm Excellent condition, $125.00 771 metal springs Included. $10.00
Country Oaks. Park
Orange 269- 3211, ext 431, 432, 433 each, Call 772-1623 or 772.2950
66 FURY II Cony. AT, New 1570
1951 CHEV. PU with Camper, 235
.
& Rebuilt
battery, top muffler.sys. cl engine, dual gas tanks, radio, Remington Model 725 BDL 308 PCS: Nice m ACRE LOT for
excellent cond. 778-3718 For Sale: 2 Youth Chairs, Green
eng heater, electric w-wlper, good Calt case, never used $100.00 781- sale In Clay Co. close to O.P. If'
675.00 Rug & Pad, 9x12 $25 B&W TV $25,
anytime
cond, $600.00 ext 2831 or 778-3860 8334 small equity & assume $60 per ,
Bassinette Phone 384-3871
Ch. Cannady mo. Note 264-5106

VA Appraised $20,000 or take -. ..
BIKE I
5 ,
20" Schwln Spyder speed
For Sale
Mediterranean In.
like new,Mon Fri 781-3708 or 384- : 1974 HONDA"Motorcycle 750-4 over payments $116.96 and equity For Sale: Portable B&K Dynalet
splrred, Red Naughyde Couch & loaded with extras best offer over 3 Bdrm home many extras call TUBE TESTER, Model 606 B&K ,I
1219 Black Naughyde Chair with foot boat, Model .
$1,500.00196215'/2 fiberglass anytime 778-0124 Crt Tester. Rejuvenator ,
ottoman New Condition Call 264- motor and trailer Best Offer 282- 466 Ex Cond $100.00 Cecil Ext 205
0799 after 10 AM
ALASKAN CAMPER
Sale 5649
Good For condition Info call AE-3 ....... 65 CHEVY BELAIR, 6cyUnder, Squires.

Harrod at 771-9711 Barks. 7-K For Sale 1973 HONDA 750 Motor All wood, contemporary walnut AT,runs good, $125.00 or swap for .......... ''I
small boat and motor. 771-8587 .
Room 111 Cycle. Call after 4:30: 764-5864 BEDROOM SUITE. triple after 1973 HONDA 500, HI-Rise, Handle J

dresser, large mirror, night 5pm Bars Sissy Bar, chrome luggage 1

25" Color CONSOLE TV $100.00 stand, 2 twin headboards, 2 rack, 5,100 actual miles, excellent
For Sale 1957 CHEVY Va ton Long Call 771.1095 after fpm drawer chest $160.00 786-0894 condition, 2 helmets, $1300 ;
Bed New Tires Wide Rear 265cld anytimeFor For Sale: VW Taller HITCH Call 264-6310 :

Installed Spare 283 Complete $550 Wanted: Remington or Ithaca brand new $25.00 and luggage ._ (. \1

firm or trade. for Honda 360 Call SHOTGUN, 13.15 foot Jon Boat Sale BABY BASSINETT, rack $10.00 Call 771-5054 CHEVY-
1973 NOVA V8.350,
269-1462 and Duck Decoys, Call 771-8075 In home.
Will do babysitting my
4door, AC, less than 30,000 miles.
Five miles from cecil on Normandy 74 HONDA CB 200, 6,600 miles Call Ext 8436 Chuck Johnsnn I

Ceramic KILN 1974 PINTO Station Wagon, phone 783-3421 $500 or best offer Call after 6pm
For Sale-Paragon Excellent Condition, 15,000 miles,
387-3780
Cash-Phone (Continued on page 16)
Model A-88 $675.00
$300.00 and take over payments.If 1973 PLYMOUTH FURY III. Air

282-1376 Interested call Autovon 434.1730 Condition, vinyl top, one owner.

ext. 8457 ask forACAN Caulfield $1800.00 264-7206 after 5

73 PONTIAC LEMANS, white 'J ......._' .WE'RE. NEVER UNDERSOLD .. ;

with tan Interior, air conditioned GOLF CART, charger, extra FREE: KITTENS Wks old cute I

$2400 Call 268-5426 tires, trailer, all excellent con and fluffy call 771-4547? or 771-4029 DISCOUNT MUSIC

-....- dition. 425.00 772-0594 after 5:00:
pm For Sale: '69 CHEVY TRUCK Vk ,
542 KINGSLEY AVE. VILLAGE MALL
CHILD CARE Weekly or Hourlyany ton for more Information call Joe -

age located between NAS Jax 1973 CHEVY LUV PU-Topper, Sykes after 6oopm: 786.2198 PHONE 269-2450

and Cecil Field Ph 778-4081 Carpets, wide tires & wheels,
SELL & TRADE
WE BUY.
.....-.. tach, air cond, 24,000 ml. Dave 71 Ply Satellite SEBRING, PS, *

73 Hilltop Pop Up CAMPER, ext 2731 388-2905 after 4:00: $2500 AT, Vinyl top,exel condition 18-24 REPAIRS INSTRUCTIONS "

Stove, Furnace, 40Lb Icebox, ........... mpg, $1300 car bed$10.00 783-2696 SHEET MUSIC 00.

sink, sleeps 6, excellent cond 16 guage 3 Shot Bolt action, adjustable
Sears-Lady ORANGE PARKS FIRST MUSIC STORE
$1500 772-8994 after 5 Choke SHOTGUN. Kenmore DISH I

Yashlca Mat 124 Camera_ 384- WASHER $35.00 Phone 264-9204

2766
For Sale: Set of WE IGHTS, chest STREET BUGGY-Blue and

expander, hand grips $25.00 1973 CHEVY--VAN-CB Radio, Silver Metal Flake. Corvalr

SKATES, Boy's, Size 710.00,
DART BOARD $10.00 7<<.1170 CUSTOMDRAPES

..........
For Sale 74 VEGA GT ATAM FM Attention Military:

Radio, Radial tires, coffee table, -


6,. w. 'V >>>>, 'xpN SAVE MONEY ON. ,AUTO j

." BOYETT'S INSURANCE! NO-FAULT! .

low rites for under 2S and single. Lowdown
All ages of Milltlry Special instant quote over the
USED CARS"Economy for fret
before you buy
i payments. Call us

... ,, .. ....-.. i phone. we also handle all kinds of Insurance.
w. 'n" INSURANCE
JOHNSON & McCOWEN CARPETS
.Spec Isis''
AVENUE
396 SOUTH EDGEWOOD
S5tSAcyl ...
Valiant, standard shift, R&H PHONE 384-2271 ;:.. :z ; >;S!: w.-t.-:: : >-:::.':..<<;: :;::: ::: :::$::;:::f.

47 Falcon SSfS

2Dr, tcyl, auto.trans, R&H _
"VW Bug SOS w- VINYL
v..v..v..v.-.x.: ::::*:
4cyl 4spd R&H = '
Mustang Fastback SIts r !
cyl, standard shift RtH AC GIANT REXALL'SY .. :: :-'to::::: :::mi' .... ...... ..
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*auto 7 Camaro trans IS', R&H, AC pwr SIts str, SALEI I II Quality at Reasonable Prices 0 Fully Instilled&Guaranteed ,
Mag.wheels s VITAMIN Free Estimates In Your Home LOW RATE FINANCINGI20OFFI
N Buick Skylark MM
auto trans, RAH, AC, pwr str. t' .
FOR In Progress I I I

FINANCING AVAILABLE i I [ 2 _

':":'i' ,FORBVIRYONEIBOYETT'S.....':N.w'.....,...,..w......, I Ih ...w. : c: ALL DRAPERY FABRICS fs
l\ Choice of Over 200 In 2500 Colors
/ ;1j WE FILL ALL PRESCRIPTIONS s t a
{
8 FREE DELIVERY POST RESTAURANTS
} S:: not a chain' store but w're comp.tlv.ly priced. RED CARPET SERVICES
USED CARSlOOfLANEAVINUE
.. 1s
DRUGS
> J i s VENETIA i
.,>,.,.*,.'""'....,,,Noe:r o....e..w:.a.s.xt..w.II' s 9016 LEM TURNERS PHONE 768-8750 !
Drugglst..We're here to serve youl"
::: "Your Neighborhood! JM wsiIccawftwaw }
(Corner of Line&San Juan j $ S01 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD PHONE -
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Want-to tear down small Buildingor

WAt.................................. ........ c:.... Garage for the lumber 1 after need NAS JAX
the lumber. Call 771.1635

I MARKETContinued mW&t' 1630 .. ..........

264-0846 CHINA CABINET Glass Front u1J JJ


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page
For Sale-SOFA Early American 2 Complete 10 gal. AQUARIUM
'. 14-Inch CHROME WHEELS with Green Gold color good Shape, call Set-ups. John at 2771 Days or 778-
JAWS Is coming.Oct.26, Z7 OUTCASTS OF THE TRAIL, 60 -
lugs spoke-type rims, as Is$75 264-0856 after 5pm 4813 nltes ,
Lt Rlneman 772-9205 evenings Thursday Oct.9 min.
1969 CHEVELLE Many new CAPONE, an action drama Sunday Oct. 12 .
For Sale-SAAB 72 37,000 miles starring Ben Gazzara and Susan THE WIND AND THE LION
ENCYCLOPEDIA Two Sets, parts, $600.00 or make offer, 6'x8'Utility ,
4sp, fuel Infected AM-FM stereo R. 101 min. an adventure drama starring
Blakely.
adult and children $25.00 1971 Shed$50, Girls 20"5-Speed
overhead Cam Call 264.6856 after Sean and Candice
Oct. 10 Connery
Friday
Leman's Pontiac Front Bumper BIKE, $30.00 771.8030
$20.00 743-3092 5 p.m. NEPTUNE FACTOR, a Bergen. PG. 119 min.
POOL RIDE from Western Side science fiction starring Ben Monday,Oct.13

1971 PINTO Runabout, automatic 3spd 1973,NOVA PS, AM-FM HATCHBACK 8 Tr. Buckets 350cl, of Nassau County to NAS, NARF Gazzara and Yvette Mimieux. G. BANK SHOT, a crime comedy
C. Scott and
0700.1530, Call Work Phone 772- 98 min. starring George
transmission
air conditioning,
et Mags, clean, call 264-5408 after Clifton James. min.
vinyl roof, disc brakes, group II 6pm or Call Cdr Jonnson Ext 300- 2701, Home Phone 879-1470 ask for Saturday.Od.ll PG. 90

condition decor, ,low Ph 264.2973 milage, perfect 301 Mortimer ........... WHEN LEGENDS DIE, a LEPKE Tuesday, an ,action Oct.14 drama

Will BABYSIT In my home, at drama starring Richard Wid- starring Tony Curtis and Candice
Four whle wall 600x12 TIRES lots anytime. Call Gall Sykes ,for mark and Frederic Forrest. PG. Bergen. R. 110 min.
BICYCLE WHEELS 27" and 20".
of tread left on them good con more.Information. 786-2198 105 min.. WednesdayOd.IS
Wheel and 2 TIRES 650x13 $10.00
dition be for $10 772-
can bought Kiddie Matinee: UNDERSEA BUSTER AND BILLIE, a
1 Tire 825x14 $5.00 Ph 384-7809
For Sale G.E.REFRIGERATOR.
2903 :
.......... KINGDOM 17 min. ANDY drama starring Jan Michael
oak break. GRIFFITH SHOW, 26 min. Vincent and Jean Goodfellow.. R.
Camper special; VW Pop Top 60 Gallon OIL TANK with fitting fast table & 4 chairs, (Iman's 10 _____.......:..................______.LUUU......
"" with Tent and Air Cond$3200 Call and stand, good condition Phone speed bike, ping-pong table with :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.::.:.::.::.::::::.:.:::i:::: :::;:;:;: ::::::::: ::;:;:;::*:;:;:' ;:;::;:;: : : ooo:;:;:;:;:;:;::::::;:

772-9070 786-8292 net & paddles, call cecil ext. )102- For Sale: Bauer E 200 Auto Blitz
.......... 105 after 4pm 387-1560 Multi TRAC TIRES 11x15 $35, Electronic flash $35 Call Drahos214S21.c6
18Ft 1-0 Las Vegas 120 HP Wide, Rims 6 Lug Chev Truck
Mercruiser HP, trailer, gold For Sale: COUCH, Recliner and Whole House AIR CON. $12.50 Guns 410 Single $25 12 gage -
color, Immaculate Condition chair with footrest 4 months old DITIONER, Admiral 24,500 BTU Pump.$65 389.4127THE 74 CHEVY VEGA Hatchback,
Must see $2800 Anderburg NAS $200.00 or best offer Call 781.9678 $150 771-2144 sliver with Red Interior, great

2740 771.2814 gas mileage, must sell $2200 call

778-0081 ...........
Want to Buy-20' to 24' TRAVEL
TRAILER. Must be 73 or newer

model, excell.) cond., ready to go,
sleep 6. If you have it and want to
sell It quick and cheap, call 387-
3566
.........
For Sale: Hotpolnt ELECTRIC
STOVE. Good condition, lots of .
storage, white $75.00 after 2pm
Call 786-9370

( ....-.....
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PCS 3 Bedroom HOUSE for sale,

orange park, 2bath, BIRO, dish-
washer, CH&A family room, den
Sm Equity Assume VA Loan call

.' 264-8905
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Baby Due In Dec. Must Sell-
Sacrifice $1250. 19ftw Olympic
TRI-HULL, 55HP Johnson,
Rocket Trailer, Many, Many
HOLIDAY INN
extras,Must see, excellent Phone
388.5098 after 5pm


OF ORANGE PARK Floor Length Dusty Pink Lined
DRAPES for Triple and Double
Windows with Valances Excellent

SALUTES OUR MANY FRIENDSIN Fuel Oil Cond FURNANCE.$45.....264-5512.... with

Blower, 150 Gal Fuel Tank with 75

Gal. Fuel, All for$75, call. 264.1103.
THE UNITED STATES NAVY after 5om ..........

For Sale-BbB( Flat) CLARINET-

Bunny Smar-Ebonlte, 5 piece $75
ON THEIR Call 771-3211 ext 8133 Ask for
/\1 ,;{, Agnes Mon thru Frl)"9.2Family '
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L FAIRWAY FOOTNOTES WsWWSWTOWSSWSSfi SSa Bowling tourney slated 'flJaxAll



- military, a.m. to 9, p.m. Entry blanks are',
September 30th was Silver Cup federally employed Nine categories have available at NAS Jax in
Day and the winners were: civilian
and dependent been established active the Athletic Office at

R. Meaders OVERALL keglers in the Jacksonvillearea duty male, active duty Building 609. Interested

4 FIRST FLIGHT are invited to enter dependents, active duty keglers may call 7723493for
L. Van MatreC the Navy 200th Birthday female and civilian female details.
Grosskopf Bowling Tournament Oct. civilian Those bowlers unable to
dependents,
J..FitzgeraldM. 18-19 at NAS Jax, Cecil federal employees, pre-register, may enter
Miller
CHIP IN Field and Mayport. civilian dependents, the tournament at the NAS

L.Mahoney Qualification rounds for retirees, retiree, dependents Bowling Alley on Saturday

M. Coleman the scratch tourney will be reserves, and morning at 9 a.m. ,
SECOND FLIGHT held at'each station's laneson
Rose Weir Oct. 18 with the top five reserve dependents.entering the Dove field '
Hildur HartC. Dependents :,; ,.
Tausch rollers' in each category competition must be at 't'

It looks like fall is finally here CIIIP IN advancing to the finals' least 18 years old. closed .. ;; '
with cool breezes and a little less Alice Mills slated for NAS Jax on ; "
humidity. I could have used my THIRD FLIGHT Sunday, Oct. 19 beginningat Three games will be LAKE CITY-The Game and
early birthday-gift a little earlier Gay Cotton 1:00: p.m. and continuinguntil rolled by each competitorin Fresh'Water Fish Commission's
when the heat made it miserableto Catie Nichols winners have been both the qualificationround dove field located in Olustee will
and golf. This earlier be until further notice.
walk play Lit Alcorn not open
and the finals. Cost
birthday gift is an electric golf CIIIP IN determined. Steve Stafford, wildlife biologist
cart that looks like a regular pull Ginny Wiggs Anticipating a large for the qualifying' round for the Commission's Northeast W
cart. It has a timer on it so you turn-out, NAS Jax tourney will be $1.50 and for the Region,said there are not enough !
can send it away to the next tee. FOURTH FLIGHT officials advise finals, $2, with the additional birds: in the area of the field to ,
Last week when it was par- Pat Oglesby qualification rounds here SOc fee in the finals provide adequate hunting.
ticularly breezy, I blithely sent Alice CramptonK. Stafford said if and when
toward the
be rolled going tropjiy
my cart (Irving) off to the 14th Harkins may daily, mourning doves concentrate in
tee. The wind gave him a little CHIP IN whenever lanes are fund. Awards will be madeto the field it will be open on Wed
extra push and he misjudged the J, Dullaghan available, and also on the winners' in each nesdays and Saturday as long as
distance I had set. He tackled a Saturday, Oct. 18 ''from 9 category. good hunting prevails.
bench, pushed it 10 feet''and then
proceeded to climb over it. At +I
last,when I reached him, he had
mercifully blown his fuse. I
though Cissy Lorch had blown

hers too ON, she PUTTING laughed WOES so hard. WE SALUTE THE NAVY'S200th

I'm a great one to talk,becauseI
have them all the time but BIRTHDAY THIS WEEKEND I
here's a tip anyway; Try to keep I
the right hand passive and never j
let it overtake the left hand. When' AT THE NORMANDY MALL !
the right hand becomes too
aggressive the left'wrist breaks
down. What usually results is a
putt pulled off line' to the'leCt. ... r."or*:1,J
Keep swinging.

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I f VA selects grave sites Beware, the backbiterby


2nd Lt. Esther S. PerantoniFor

Cape Cod some reason, civilian and military offices have a few
on 'individuals known as "back-biters..* These people take par-

... ticular delight in "chewing" certain other people apart,
The Veterans Administrationhas 90,000()()( new grave sites since the The Massachusetts site is the especially behind their backs. Backbiters also,have the dis-
selected a 750-acre tract of National Cemetery System was first of four national cemeterysites tinct physical feature of being two-faced. Being quite inge-
land at Otis Air Force Base, transferred to the VA on Sept. 1, scheduled to be selected by nious, the Cannibal Back Specializer, when in direct con-
miles northeast of the Otis land is the VA this Others are
seven 1973, the first new I year.
tact with the unfortunate victim, turns the other cheek (so
Falmouth, Mass for develop- national cemetery site selected being sought in California,
ment of a cemetery that will since 1950. Pennsylvania and the greater to speak) and appears very amiable. The victim, of course,
eventually provide 360,000 Washington Metropolitan area. never realizes he has been ripped to pieces.
graves. Of the present 103 cemeteries in The new national cemetery in However, sooner or later the vicious little backbiter becomes -
the National ,Cemetery Systemthe Massachusetts will be the first in careless after feasting, leaving morsels scattered
Although the VA has developed last site developed for burialof the New Emgland area. The about the office. The,victim, seeing the flesh, feels his back
plans for expansion of existing veterans was a VA cemetery nearest one at present is on Long and,realizes he has been ripped off.
cemeteries to provide more than opened in Houston in 1963. Island, N.Y.
A period of morose time passes until office peers begin to
notice a new appearance in the victim; he looks happier for
he too has turned the other cheek. As his peers look on in
horror, the has-been victim turns into a new Cannibal Back
Specialist hungry for any innocent by-stander.
Thus, the process is completed. The raging war encom-
passes both backbiters attacking one another, and innocent

-- ,by-standers. New backbiters develop from over exposure to

... Super birthdays call for the nation will be the largest 20,000 to 25,000 people to, old backbiters.
cake built according to free Gifts of Even more unfortunate, this story is too often a reality in
super cakes, so San Francisco ever enjoy a piece..,
will have a whopper for Stanley R. Larsen acting the cake will be distributed many offices. The viciousness is real; the backbiting is real;
festivities. chairman of the San Francisco the two-faced individuals are real.

: Twin Bicentennial, who
35,000 pounds, a quotes the Guiness Book'of

World Records. DungareesWebster .
Larsen reports the cake
I will be on display in the rotunda .
defines dungaree as,
Continental Navy were directly
of The Emporium, a
"a coarse kind of fabric worn by from old sails and remained tan
fJ 'San Francisco Departmentstore the class of people and
poorer in color just as they had been
from October throughthe also used for tents and sail." We' when filled with wind.
end of 1975., The Empo- : Y find it hard to picture our favorite
rium is sponsoring the pair of dungarees flying from the After battles, it was the
$100,000 project. mast of a sailing ship,but in those practice in both the Americanand
The cake will be decorated days sailors often made both British Navies for captains to
with royal icing sculpture their working clothes and report 'more sail lost in battle
hammocks out of discarded sail than actually was the case so the,
depicting episodes events
,
cloth. crew would have cloth to mend
and of San Francis-
people
r their hammocks and make new
co's past. The cloth used then wasn't as clothes. Since the cloth was
The Emporium plans to through local hospitals and well woven nor was it dyed blue, called dungaree, clothes made
,30-foot tall, 200-foot wide give away three to five thousand social agencies. The remain- but it served the purpose. from the ,fabric borrowed the
cake planned in honor of the pounds of the cake. It der will be sold. in Dungarees worn by sailors of the name.CECIL .,
t '
\ 200th 'year of' the 'citjr''and, 'Is 'estimated this. will allow two-pound packages.
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entry did not place on top of the
Jax All Star City Tournament,
AMERICAN Head Coach Bill Reynolds was
W L D'KEEPER MOOCHERS i9V4 164 pleased with the high game "P.T.A."will be the band for this Saturday night. The winners of the
15 21 dance marathon last Saturday were Kitty Eubanks and Margarita
award for
ANGELS Veahman's 208
FLEET No.1 238 THE Larry "
FORCE I
13 23 Carter. Don't forget the Halloween Halloween Costumes "
party night.
and
LATE,CHARGERS 23 9 UNCONTROLLABLES game Carl Ungurait'striplicate
23 Entertainment will be
are required. provided.
HIGH VOLTAGE 18 14' MAYO BAT BOYS 12 20 patch for his three RECCENTER '
NAMTD nOll) 18 14 FLEET consecutive 142 games.. Good: "
ANGELS No.2 7 29 bowling We've got new games at the Rec Center. Come down and see for :.
TRIPPERS 18 14 gang.
FASO No.1 15 17 Mike Dixon David Cannlngton yourself. Volleyball and basketball 1 results will begin in this column:: '

MAD FOXES No.1 13 19 NATIONAL and Kurt Mason led the Bantam next week.

NAMTD (3032)) 13 19 boys this week, while Gina Peel, LADIES TENNIS
The ladies singles tennis league will begin their season this week.
VP-30"0"No.1 161,1 111,1 W L Kathy Taylor, Kim Andersonand
ADCOP Liza the Games will be played every other Mon. Wed. and Fri. at the Mustin
GREENBACKS 7 25 25 7 Hepner paced girls.
SPLIT MAKERS 25 11 Charlie Adams, Wendy Adams, Rd.courts across from the BEQ from 09001100.Good luck to all.

WOODPECKERS No.1 20 16 Nancy Cooper, Bryan Crummer, CAMPFIRE GIRLS COME TO NAS
ATLANTIC All girls between the of 6-18 who interested in the
JET SET 19 17 David Garrity, Billy Keiser and age are joining
W L GUTTER RATS 18 14HAMMER Marty Martin were among the newly organized Campfire Girls group at NAS are invited to attend an
ALLEY BATS 21 11 SLAMMERS 18 18 high handicappers.This organizational meeting at the Dependent Rec Center Bldg. 523 on Oct.
MAD FOXES No.3 20 16
22 at 7
MAD FOXES No.2 191 12/ SIX PACK 17 19 weeks rolling was led by p.m.
CONTROLLERS 18 10 VP-30 No.6 16 16 Kevin Mason, Gail Sheehan, All parents should attend this meeting with their daughters.
NARJAX No.1 18 14VP30 CPW-11 14 22 Mike Rogers,Susan Taylor, Dean Volunteer leaders are also needed and encouraged to attend this
BLIND RATS 13 23 Krause,Jana LaVigne and Larry meeting. If you are interested, but unable to attend the meeting call
0"No.2
181,2 17NWSF
PAUL'S RAIDERS 13 23 Veahman for the Juniors. the Campfire Girls office at 396-2688 or the Rec Center at 3127.
No.1 17 15
EXPLODERS LIFEGUARD NEEDEDA
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SEA HORSES 16 16 BANTAMS lifeguard is needed for the noon swim hour at the indoor pool.You
SPARKS 15 17 W L must have Senior "-
a current Lifesaving certificate and be available
NO SECONDS 15 21 PACIFIC Hogan's Heros 7 2 1100-1300 weekdays. If interested please contact Mrs. Marsh at 3127.FOOTBALL .
HOSPITAL 9 23 W L Pin Action 6 3
SEABEES No.1 9 23VP30 NWSF No.2 23 13 Hot Shots 6 3
No.3 8' 20 BEGINNERS 22 14 Alley Kats g 3 $ l x y v x* x uif dC-!

BAD COMPANY 22 14 Mad Foxes 5 4 STANDINGSAMERICAN
THE ERMIES 20 13 Gutter Rats .;* 4

CONTINENTALW L FASO No.2 19 17 Pin Spinners, 5' 4 .
MISFITS 25 11 GAFFERS 18 14 Four Muskateers ", 4' 5

ZEROS 2411% SPARK CHASERS 17 19 Hot Rollers 3 "' 6 NATIONAL
ALLEY APPLES 23 13 ZILCH 14 22 Pin Busters 3.; 6 W L W L
BUSCH LEAGUERS 23 13 SEABEES 12 16 Rolling Stones 3 6 ADMIN 10 0 HS-1 11 0
GEMS 20 16 CPO'S 9 23 High Hopes 1. 8 AIROP'S 8 3 MARINE BAR 7 3

.500" 19 13 WOODPECKERS 8 16 HACKERS 6 4 NARJAX 6 5
JUNIORS MARTD 4 6 MAD FOXES 6 4
VP-30 3 6 MEDICAL 4''7
W L NRMC 2 8 WOODPECKERS '2' 8

f Four Aces 11 1 679th 2 8 SPECIALS' 0 9
I ( GOLF STANDINGS J Strikers ,' 9 3

Gutter Dusters 8 43J's&aC "OUT OF SIGHT" and "PLAYPEN"
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Big Four 7 5 Now 2 GREAT LOUNOESIl
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Strikers II WHERE YOU SEE AND HEAR EVERYTHING
W L ', 6.: 16
W L SUPPLY 3 0 Pin Ball Wizards. ,,; 4 8 I' Open all day,all nighttlt'.ariL to 2 .rnv

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VP-49 2 2 FASO No.2 1

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I Y1 r'-' Navy Day Regatta slated for SundayI I


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Jax-Sailing enthusiastsstill The division for cruisers Protests, if any, will b
have time to registerfor will be published upon resolved as soon a
the Tenth Annual Navy ,completion of the possible and trophies wi
Day Regatta sponsored by registration: not be awarded until a
the Navy JacksonvilleYacht protests 'have bee
Club and slated for A "High Military Point resolved. The formsawards
Sunday, October 12 at the Scorer" trophy will be presentation ha*
,NAS Jacksonville Marina. awarded to the active duty been set for about 4:30: frAI
military skipper for the p.m.
Final registration will be most outstanding per- Commodore Dennis '
j4
held from 8:30: to 10 a.m. formance during the Marshall ((269-0979) or
Sunday morning. Entry Regatta.All Rear Commodore Sail ,
fees are $4 for cruiser and races will be sailed George Bake (264-9317)) of hA, a : tA'', t. 'ps
$3 for class boats.Everybody the JacksonvilleYacht \ t
under current USYRU Navy I 'iIf.
military and rules as modified, by the Club. may be con- '
civilian, may enter the special sailing instructionsto tacted for further in- :: .::,:' '.
Regatta. Personnel who be handed out during formation. '
own their own boats may registration. ,'/ :' ",', ",, .:.,,,;'.
\1:0;:::" ., ,'"
come to the Marina eitheron :.
A Separate meetings will TENNIS
the river or through the
NAS Jax gate. A few boats be held Sunday morning at
are available at the 11 a.m. for class and STANDINGS LJ2
Marina for military cruiser skippers., Starting
time for cruisers and first
personnel who desire to W L
reserve them. class boats will start at 12 VP-5 2 0
noon. ADMIN 1 0
Class boats and cruisers Class boats will sail a NARJAX 1 0
may be entered. Divisionswill modified gold cup course VP.24 NRMC 1 1 0 0
be set up for Sol Cats, and the 720 rule will be in VP-49 .. '" 1 1
Hobie 16's, Hobie 14's, effect. Second and third MARTD 0 1
Thistles, Snipes, Day class boat races will startas VP.16 0 1
Sailors, Force 5's and for soon as possible after AIROP'S 0 2 WAITING FOR SAILING ENTHUSIASTS A few of the NAS
class. 679th 0 2 Marina Fore Fives rest high and dry waiting for sailing enthusiastson
an open the preceding race is HS-1 'the Tenth Annual Navy. Pay Regatta, taking place at NAS
Five boats will con- finished and upon signal VP-30 Jacksonville Marina, October 12.'
from the committee boat.
stitute a class. One trophyfor
five boats, two, for ,Cruisers will race under
seven and three for nine Florida Yacht Club IOR HAPPY BIRTHDAY NAVY!
will be awarded. rating.or off soundings.

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