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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 16, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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PAGE 2 JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER OCTOBER 16, 1975
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New civilian pay rates announcedJaxLast

week the JAX AIR NEWS carried the new military pay the pay scale for General Service civilian employees, reflecting the

rates which went into effect on October 1 and which were to be Congressionally approved five percent pay raise and scheduled for

reflected in military pay checks beginning on October 115. Below is reflection in Federal salaries by the end of the month.




Civilian Pay Rates Effective Oct. 1


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GS-1 $5,559 $5,744 $5,929 $6,114 $6,299 $6,484' $6,669 $6,854 $7,039' $7,224

2 6,296 6,506 6,716 6,926, 7,136 7,364 7,556 7,766 7,976 8,186

3 7,102 7,339 7,576 7,813 8,050 8,287 8,524 8,761 8,998 9,235

4 7,976 8,242 8,508 8,774 9,040 9,306 9,572 9,838 10,104 10,370

5 8,925 9,223 9,521 9,819 10,117 10,415 10,713 11,011 11,309 11,607

6 9,946 10,278 10,610 10,942 11,274 11,606 11,938 12,270 12,602 )2,934)

7 11,046 11,414. 11,782 12,150 12,518; 12,886, 13,254 13,622 13,990 14,358

8 12,222 12,629 13,036 13,443 13,850 14,257 14,664 15,071 15,478 15,885

9 13,482 13,931 14,380 14,829 15,278 15,727 16,176 16,625 17,074 17,523

10 14,824 15,318 15,812 16,306 16,800 17,294 17,788 18,282 18,776 19,270

11 16,255 16,797 17,339 17,881 18,423 18,965 19,507 20,049 20,591 21,133

12 19,386 20,032 20,678 21,324 21,970 22,616 23,262 23,908 24,554 25,200

13 22,906 23,670 24,434 25,198 25,962 26,726 27,490 28,254 29,018 29,782

14 26,861 27,756 28,651 29,546 30,441 31,336 32,231 33,126 34,021 34,916

15 31,039 32,353 33,397 34,441 35,485 36,529 37,573 38,617* 39,661 40,705.

16 36,338 37,549 38,760* 39,971 41,182. 42,393* 43,604 44,815 46,026

17 42,066 43,468 44,870 46,272. 47,674
18 48,654 '

*The rate of basic pay for employees at these rates would be limited V of the Executive Schedule (as of the effective date of this schedule,

by section 5308 of title 5 of the United States Code to the rate for level $37,800)). ,





I Federal employees... learn about privacy law I

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Jax--A major change in error, Bearden added.: company the record if it is sent from a file without first obtainingthe regarding suitability or securityor
regulations on the privacy of If the agency does not correct somewhere else by the agency.In employee's consent. fitness for duty, Mr. Bearden
Federal employees went into the record, he continued, the Likewise, any Federal em- said.
addition the employee can
effect September 27 under the employee may appeal. take the agency, to civil court. If ployee who willfully releases He explained that while em-
Privacy Act passed in 1974. The appeal is .made to the the employee: ,wins his or her such information is subject to a ployees have a right to this In-
The Act allows Federal: em- 'agency which compiled the in: court case, the Government is fine not to exceed $5,000. Mr. formation, the Government must
ployees to receive copies of filesor formation. For example, for pay required to pay reasonable court Bearden said that if an employee delete anything ,that would
documents containing Information and leave records, the individual costs and reasonable attorneyfees. knows the specific material was identify those individuals
about themselves, would appeal to the agency. For prohibited, then he or she couldbe providing information under a
according to Gary D. Bearden, the official personnel folder or Agencies also are required to held liable under the law. pledge of confidence.
director of the U.S. Civil Service investigation records or training of all Another basic thrust of the law,
notice other would
publish public "Any arrangement
Commission's Bureau of Man- however, is to give employeesaccess
records the individual would
'systems of records maintained.An destroy their privacy," Mr.
power Information systems. appeal to the Civil Service to information not
agency can be taken to court Bearden added.Employees .
Commission or,for FBI records, previously available such as
Employees can request a ; for maintaining a file that I it does
appraisals of for
to the FBI. potential wishing access to
correction or amendment of any not disclose, Mr. Bearden said." promotion and certain other their records should contact their
data or records containing If the employee loses the ap- The employee can go to court in parts of the personnel file. personnel office. No charge is
personal information about them peal,he or she has the right to filea some instances where an agency Employees also have access to made for the first copy of
that the employee feels are in statement that would ac- releases personal information ,reports of investigations records.
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PAGE ONE PHOTO BY Jax ',commissary hosts top shopperJaxBecky I

PHAN MIKE KLEBEROrange Mercer, wife of -

Park High School NJROTC Drill Team Cdr. Thomas Mercer, Executive : I
Officer of VA-82 at NAS Cecil T1
carries on the proud tradition of the U.S. Navy Field, is the top commissarystore

shopper in the Southeast!
Region of the United States.
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She proved her
accumulating $367.70 of grocery
items in only five minutes during
JAX AIR NEWSTht 'a recent, supervised, free shop-a-
thon at the NAS Jacksonville
Commissary Store. _1 Ij
The free shopping spree was
sponsored I by the C, Lloyd
JAX AIR NEWS it a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed
each Thursday at ISo U.S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida, Johnson Company, a commissary
by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm.All Copy submitted store supplier, and was i' s I .. .
for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must bt forwarded to the Public conducted at most commissariesin l z
Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville by 12:00: noon on Monday the region. Contestants were
before publication. News items art welcomed from all sourcti. 4 367.70
T.I.phonI772-24U.. selected by special drawing at #
"Everything advertised! In this publication must be made each participating store.
available for purchase VII or patronage without regard to race, 'Becky was allowed only two -1
creed,color,national origin or sex of the purchaser,user,or patron.A baskets for her whirlwind
confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal opportunities
by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print advertising shopping trip, using one at a time'and ..
from that source." returning the'first to the
Advertisements art solicited by the publisher and queries concerning check-out stand before con-
such should bt directed to: tinuing with the second. TOP SHOPPER. Becky Mercer, commissary shopper par excellence -
14 She was restricted to ac- survey the,results of her rtctnt flvt-mlnutt whirlwind
% THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY cumulating only ten items of shopping spree through the NAS Jacksonville Commissary Store while
viw. 15 4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 fresh meat, ten items of frozen CW03 R.D. !Oxford, Commissary Store Officer, reviews the items to
g-1rlo", r Telephone 387.3566 a meat and no more than five make sure they meet the special h<>P-.-thon restrictions levied by the
Affiliate Member packages of any other single item sponsor of the event C. Lloyd Johnson'Company. Becky's $367.70
in the store. worth of items was tops for the Southeast
Region of the U.S.
I VOL. 33 NO. 31 'OCTOBER 16, 19751'| She admits to having surveyedthe
NAS Commissary prior to her desired and exactly where
r..1ilWlfl; } race through its aisles, thus were located to they possible.
determining which items she them in!! the permit acquiring Her reward for the effort is a
shortest
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I ; Cdr. McCain urges, 'Duty, Honor; 'Countr \f"l\




Following Is the text of the "you shall have it." He went back realize, and who have the nation appears bleak. Beset by i

speech given by Cdr. John S. and told the frightened consul courage to admit, that the Third economic difficulties and
reductions in our defense forces,
World
War has taken
McCain, III,during Navy Birth what he had done. Later in the already
place that it ended this and our Navy now has fewer ships
,
day celebrations at NAS,Jax, day three Austrian year
more ships, the free world has irremediably than it has had in three decades.In .
Oct. 10. sailed into harbour. It looked as
the of all nations
lost it... history great
We are gathered here today to though the four were getting a few brave men have been called

commemorate the 200th birthday ready to leave. Captain He finished by saying, "It is too. upon to man the outposts 'and

of a Navy that will go down in Ingraham sent a 'junior officer late to worry about how to avoid sacrifice their lives to safeguardthe

history as the greatest that ever over to the Austrian flag ship to the Third World War. But we security of the majority of f the

sailed the oceans of this world. tell the Admiral that any attemptto must have the courage and clear people of that nation. You are no

Today our weapons systems, leave that harbor with our headedness to stop the Fourth.: To exception, and there, is every
aircraft, surface ships and citizen aboard would be resisted 1 stop it, not to grovel on our of be
prospect many you may
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submarines are the most ad- with appropriate: force He said Li knees. called upon to make that same

vanced in the history of navaj that he would expect a We will' slop the Fourth, by sacrifice. During my darkest

warfare.The ships and'aircraft satisfactory answer by ,four' making plain to all the world that 'days In Hanoi three words which

of our Navy-Marine Corps team b'clock that afternoon. As the .a T obi in Vietnam we have i learned a are ,Inscribed on the emblem of

are ready to go anywhere in the hour neared they looked at each lesson of great cost. Never again West Point echoed and reechoedin

world and carry out a variety of other through,the glasses. As it will we asks" our young men to my being"DUTY. HONOR

missions ranging from the struck four he had them roll the ) fight and, die for their country COUNTRY"

relatively simple task of showingthe cannons into the'ports and had ,. unless our goal is victory, And we In the days of hardship

flag to the conduct of conventional them light the tapers with which' will dedicate our full resources of frustration,sadness and sacrifice

war.But it has.not been they would set off the cannons-' this nation and our people to which may lie ahead, I would,like

the equipment or technology that one little sloop. Suddenly the Cdr. McCain' winning that victory as quickly as you to be guided by these simple,

has made our Navy the great one lookout tower called out and said possible. .
take our stand for freedom' in but noble words "DUTY
it is There have been timesin "they are lowering a boat," and '
today. the olden times." To many, the future of our HONOR COUNTRY"!.
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the past and maybe the future they rowed Koscha over to the nationin
We remain the strongest
when we have been inferior in little American ship.
the world in almost
every
numbers and quality of weapons. 'Captain Ingraham then went
Ourarmed forces
aspect. are on
Then we have had to call on the below and wrote his letter of
a parity or nearly so *with thoseof
that resignation the United States
elements in our Navy men
the Soviet Union. Our industrial
have written the glorious pages in Navy. In it he said, "I did what I capacity is second to

our naval history' the courage, thought my oath of office'' There is only one

initiative, and spiritual'strength required, but if I have embarrassed none.agricultural superpower and that

of our Navy men.' How many my country in any is the United States.

know ,the story of Jonas P. way, I resign. His resignationwas We have by far the highest
refused in the United States
Ingraham?
national in the
: gross product
Senate with these words: "This
In the days since gaining our world. In every material way we
national independence, men who battle that was never fought may are Where
equal or superior.
turn out to be the most important
yearned to breathe free were then is ?
our problem
making their way to our shores. battle in our ,Nation's history". The is to find.
answer easy
Among them was a young Incidentally, there is to this day, than material
and I hope there will always be, a Something more
refugee from the Austro- superiority is called for if we areto
USS INGRAHAM in the United
Hungarian Empire. He had beena continue writing pages in the

leader in an attempt to free States Navy.I world's history. We need spiritual
did not tell that out of
story
Hungary from Austrian rule. The superiority a rebirth of faith- in
attempt had failed and he had any desire to be narrowly
God, 'a renewed'' belief in ourselves -
fled to escape execution.. In .chauvinistic'> or to glorify and our country. We must Wid. .P. spec.. .. 00
: this Hungarian'; aggressive militarism'; but it is wld IHtU $
'America, young tar roomy
J have the.will to win,and the will tolead.
an 'example of government "' v.rsatU. bl.
,
Koscha bname, became importer mnn.uvr a pl
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by trade and took out his meeting its, highest responsibility If the 'destiny'' .ppacioui.. ,Till RTY IN ST0CKsthsya, r. ,
we can accept
first citizenship papers. One day .' \\lV:11// -'x\iJ11A1v11'1- '
that has been thrust upon us and : : ..
recent
business took him to a In years we have been acknowledge that only our might

Mediterranean port: There was a treated to,a rash of noble soun ,
stands between the free world SELECT USED CARS
ding phrases. Some of them ,
large Austrian warship under the and those who would enslave it, if
command of an Admiral in the sound good, but they don't holdup make certain that the
we can
harbor. He had a manservantwith under close analysis. Take for forces of freedom are stronger'than '

him. He had described to instance the slogan so frequently the forces of slavery and
this manservant what the flag of uttered by the young senator 72 MATADOR WAGON
that we are determined and ableto Stock s 2IISA lie new ,paths wagon, wolf
his new country looked like. Word from Massachusetts, "the halt to the advance of cyh d.r.tan.nty. .... .rantmi.tion. ... -1795
greatest good for the greatest put a fleering,radio I healer,two.....
was passed to the Austrian slavery then we will be able to 74 VEGA HATCHBACK ,
warship that this revolutionarywas number. Certainly under that Stock 270JA. I owI\Ib.c.'h.4
slogan no modern, day Captain say that Vietnam' was not in vain. economy, automat* (remmittien+ air-.eI,,",,qolinder$2 5 95
he
there and in the night was *
When a government decides a t healer, bucket MOlt, He new kwdo and :
Ingraham would risk even the Im. "
kidnapped and taken aboard that war is not worth winning, the '
large ship. This.man's servant, smallest craft and crew for a 70 RAMBLER REBEL
decide it is not worth .
people Stock
MS7VA. 2 door hardtop) nope, automaticttamnluion
desperate, :walking up'and down single" citizen:Every dictator who fighting.We ; .power ....ring. rod* a> hooiot, two. J995
ever lived has Justified the 1DnocI.,,c..Mull_.
.
the harbor suddenly spied a flag have retreated from
72 CHRYSLER NEWPORT
that resembled the description he enslavement of his people on the Cambodia, Laos and from Stock nj70.. Hardtop coup n mini tend flan wtfiM '

had heard.. It was on a small theory of what was good for the Vietnam. Now we find ourselves : mod,cur..manager,. Of condition drivoi. it, all vmyl.M..top 1_... lOCO "Hint Hw$2 0 9 5

American war sloop. He went majority.Our ., being invited out of Thailand and 74 MATADOR COUPE ,,
aboard and told Captain Navy .has been blessed Stack ri3JJ..AMC bay-bock :
even the Philippines.Well ...,.vinyl top bucket wati,low witcOfIdi.$3 2 9 5
with a lot of Jonas Ingrahams.Men .
Ingraham, of that American" war there it is. To the oppn.ot..
his who fought'at Tripoli Bellau- 72 CUTLASS COUPE .
'story.Captain
sloop
Russians detente is a, one .
way .
1J67A. rod will" bbd s '
Ingraham went to the American Wood, Corrigidor Leyte ,Gulf, street. For our own sincere efforts ,Stocky, ",'-lle lranwwsl.t S'"r' ..coup p.wN ..........f.vmylj. 2495. .,

Consul. When the American Guadalcanal, Inchon,. Hue, and. we have 'had, in return, and.hoots,wIttI..........,tool.atom full.73CHEVELLEMAUBU .' : .

Consul learned that Koscha had the skies over North Vietnam constant ,infiltration and sub Stock *269VA. Mid".. popular'4 deer ledo**,M,| '' :
only taken out his first citizenship many in number. version. automatic."traniminian, aw condition, paws Peering., 2195
,0O end botr.whiIwol Iif....,.'low/oage./
the consul'washed his I,feel that we have just con '
papers TO quote one Russian this one 71 CHRYSLER 300
hands of the incident. Captain cluded, one of 'the saddest' an expatriate who has undergonethe .Stock, a J173<,, Sporty 2 doot "hardtop. equipped
chapters in our Navy's history I with automatic trantmiMian, oir,conoVion, ; .power $'j M ft C
said "I the senior I
Ingraham am same cruel confinement with fleeting I braket. ,powtr.window end Mali,radio ft I tl HH ,
the loss of Southeast'Asia.. The hoo...........
officer in this port and I believe, :which I am somewhat, familiar, 70 HORNETStock veal fret,loaded.: ITWU
under oath of office, that I United 'States'can profit from'
my Alexander Solzhenitsyn. He gavean P1JMA. 4
dr.
tedan with 4 cylndof MOO.
owe this man the protection of. what has happened Vietnam, if interview in the May 31 issue any, automatic IrantmlMion, oir condition, radio t., 199! I
it will. Out of shame it can rebuild Hooter economical.tramportohon,I owner.
our flag. .
of Le Monde in France. In it, he
He went aboard ,the Austrian pride; out of division, unity.; out. said, '"There are not many who
of 'weakness strength. \ '
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warship and demanded to see L .'

their prisoner our citizen. The In ,1938 Winston Churchill "

Admiral was amused, but they speaking on the morrow* of 5 ACRESHeavy "DEMOS"ON SALE! ;

brought the man on deck. He was Munich, said, "All is over, silent,

in chains and had been badly mournful abandoned, broken. Oaks!in Clay County. fAVRflmsmmfc: \ *,

beaten. Captain Ingraham said, Czechoslovakia recedes into the Low down payment. $88 per .. .\.
"I can hear him better without darkness, and do not suppose this, mo. NO LOW LAND. Lake doQbhoyVT

those chains," and the chains is the end. This'is ;only the privileges.West I

were removed. He walked over beginning of the reckoning. Thisis | ftn-JMlffNl-rWclb! ..

and said to Koscha, ,"I will ask only the first slip, the first Central Realty. Inc. I' AMC I ((904)) 7374400 ; .

you one question, consider your foretaste of a bitter cup which Broker S41S PMIUIP HIGHWAY,JACKSONVHU

answer carefully. Do you ask the will be proffered to us'year by' 1-378-2308 SOUTHSIDE AMERICAN \

protection of the Americanflag year unless by a supreme

?" Koscha nodded dumbly recovery of moral health and ANYTIME

"yes," and the Captain said, martial,vigor we rise again and l

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D.C.- PROCLAIM LIBERTVv

Nine more 1975 postal USA13c
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announced here to allow

for the increased postage w
rates expected shortly y'v

after Christmas.The .
items are: three

different 13-cent stampsfor
the proposed firstclassrate

an 11-cent stamp to
<' meet the second ounce
rate for first-class mail, a inches bv )
24-cent stamp to meet the serviced at Memphis,
first-class rate for the first Tenn. 38101.November.

two ounces, a 9-cent postal 10: 9-cent
card, a 9-cent stamp for John Witherspoon postal
postcards, a 13-cent card at Princeton, N.J.
I RELIEVE YOU, SIR-Rmrvt LCdr.Jimmy W. Seelcy (right) recently relieved Cdr. Bobby S. stamped envelope and the 08540.
Morgan as Attack Squadron 203 leader, NARU. RAdm. Robert P. McKenzie, director of Aviation Francis Parkman 3-cent November 13: 11-cent
Plans and Requirements Division,Office of the Chief of Naval Operations,looks on. stamp in coil form. Freedom of the Press

The 9,11,13 and 24-cent stamp in sheet form at
Retiree dental care now availableJaxThe stamps will begin a new Philadelphia, Pa. 19104.

Americana Series of November 14: 24-cent
Commanding All routine dental ser- should report to the clinicat
stamps Old North Church stamp in
postage
Officer of the Naval vices are offered to the 8:00: a.m. or 12:30: p.m. regular
sheet form at Boston
design, ,
having a common
Regional Dental Center retirees as well ,as Monday through Fridayfor accenting the history and Mass. 02109.November.
has announced that dental treatment within dental an examination and
United 15:13-cent
the
of
treatment for retired specialty areas. scheduling of treatment culture
American in
States of America. Flag stamp
is available The only limitations for requirements.The .
personnel now
First Day of Issue sheet and coil forms at
retiree dental at this of appointing
here on an appointmentbasis. care policy
schedule for all items Philadelphia, Pa. 1104.;
time are in prosthetics retirees for dental
November 24 9-cent
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TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS

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Accident rate soars

A ft Jax-The favorable driving devices such as stop signs, stop
'I record of NAS motorists over the lights, etc., 89 miscellaneous
past few months skidded like a violations, and four motoristswere
braking auto on rain-soaked cited for driving while in-
streets last month. toxicated.
The NAS Security Department Sixty-six drivers appeared
reports 46 accidents recorded on before their commanding officers

I station during September, up last month due to their careless,
t seven over September 1974 and 11 non-thinking driving habits.
o over the 35 reported during One motorist lost driving and
August this year. parking privileges aboard the

Only two injuries were, ftation, 39 received ,ad-
sustained, however, opposed to ministrative action, one an Article -
the four injuries reported during 15, five were given warningsand
September a year ago. 20 received department head
Moving violations on the counselling.The .
station totalled only 152 during Magistrate dismissed 25
September, though 35 for military and 22 civilian motorist
speeding, two for reckless cases and levied fines on 55
driving, 22 for failing to military and 92 civilian drivers
,A HUGE SUCCESS-Th.Vacation Bible School of'1975,sponsored by both chapels NAS lax,gave acknowledge traffic control during September 1975.:
an astounding'4400 hours of Bible Instruction this year About 250 students were taught each day.
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Sixty faculty members had been preparing since last January to make this a successful Bible School. 11
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HS-11 supports NATO exerciseJaxA .) :tl, ,n.n ,

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late communique from the point that the southern regionof Britain, Italy, Turkey, and
Cdr F.M. Dreessen, skipper of the NATO alliance was Germany participated. in "Deep
Helicopter Antisubmarine working as a.coordinated team, Express." 'AMERICASFAVORITE
Squadron Eleven, now deployed willing and ready to swing into The week-long intensive joint
aboard the USS John F. Kennedy action should their services be exercise featured antisubmarine
in the Mediterranean, outlinesthe required in the Mediterranean,'* warfare, an amphibious landingand
role of the Dragonslayers in Cdr. Dreessen related.In air alert sorties against
the multi-nation NATO exercise addition to a task force from simulated targets in Turkey and
"Deep Express," conducted in the U.S. Sixth Fleet, naval and along that nation's Aegean Sea

the Aegean Sea area Sept. 20-27, air force. units from Great coast.
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I New legislation to change. SBPBy I


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Nick Young a similar change is in the offeringfor subject to taxes. This came about There was much debate between If any provision of the DOD
Legislation to change the the military plan. when Congress realized that the members of lobbying retirement bill is accepted by
Survivor Benefit Plan and cancel SS Offset $160 wage credit was too low and groups and members of Congressas Congress, this writer feels that
the two major objections to the The Social Security offset that only 10 percent of those to what extent Social Security the principle of Social Security
law have been submitted to the question is much more .com- persons who served in the Armed should affect the Survivor Benefit offset will be it. And with present
House Armed Forces Committeeby plicated than other provisions of Forces continued their service Plan. Department of Defense was 'pay scales the military retiree
Representative Bob Wilson the law. This is caused primarily until eligible for retirement. asked for a recommendation butit who is reasonable will have to
(R-Calif.) because there is no precedent in Presently base pay is taxed at the was not forthcoming prior to accept the provision as being
If passed, Wilson's bills would the civilian employee bill 5.85 percent level for Social completion of hearing on the bill. equitable.
cancel the irrevocable provisionof Civilian employees, unlike their Security purposes. So Congress decided that there What effect does the proposed
the law in the event there is no military counterparts, do not Realizing that allowances would be a 100 percent offset retirement law have on the
eligible beneficiary and would participate in the Social Security made up a large ''portion of against the widow's Social Survivor Benefit Plan?
lower the Social Security offset system and receive no benefits military compensation, Congress Security benefit and 100 percent The precedent'of Social
applied to a widow's benefit. from the system by virtue of their passed a law that gives a credit of offset against the mother's Security offset was made with the
Chances of enactment of the civilian employment. $100 per month under the Social benefit if only one child was in the provision contained in SBP. And
first bill are.excellent. Military members have, been Security system to those personnel mother's care. The offset would the precedent was set as a 100
Last year a similar change was covered under ,Social Security serving in the Armed apply only to those Social percent offset.
made to the Survivor Benefit since World War II although they Forces whose base pay is less Security payments that were But both Congress and DOD
Plan that covers federal em did not become full participants, than the maximum wages taxed military earned since January 1, realize that any new military
ployees. The new military law subject to Social Security taxes, for Social Security purposes. 1957. retirement law that is drafted
would provide that premium until 1957. Taxable wages now stand at the New System will be unpalatable to those
payments would cease when a Military service during World $14,000 level.Theoretically. After the hearings were presently serving in the military,
retiree's wife dies or his War II was credited under Social the cost of Social completed, DOD recommendedthat particularly those with long
marriage Is otherwise legally Security at the rate of $160 per Security is shared equally be- only 50 percent of the periods of service.
dissolved. Payments would start month. However there was a tween the individual taxpayer and militarily earned benefit be off- And although the principle of
again if the retiree remarriedand provision in the law that stated' his employer. Consequently the set, but it was too late. When Social Security offset can be
desired to again participatein that if an individual used his federal government, as the DOD drew up its proposed new justified from a rational standpoint
the plan with the new wife as military service between 1941 employer of the military person retirement system that would the 100 percent offset wouldbe
beneficiary.At and 1951 towards military contributes one-half of the cost of have militarily earned Social just too much for the military
the present time premium retirement, no Social Security the military's Social Security Security affecting retired pay at member to take. And the
payments continue when there is credit would be given for those Dual Benefit age 65, it again asked I for a 50 elimination of a benefit the in-
no longer an eligible beneficiary, years. During hearings on the proposed percent offset. dividual has funded through his
and if the retiree remarries, the A change in the law in 1951 Survivor Benefit Plan, the The reasoning is that the in- taxes would be questionable froma
new spouse is covered under the continued the $160 per month Government's contribution dividual pays one-half of the cost moral standpoint.
Plan after, they have been "wage credit" and also permitted became cause for concern by of his Social Security coverage Right I is Right
married for two years, or sooner an individual to receive Congressmen. It was felt that the and therefore should be per- Mr. Wilson or someone else is
if there is a child born of the credit under the Social Security Survivor Benefit Plan offered the mitted to receive the benefit he surely going to bring .up the

marriage.The system even if he had used the military person a dual benefit paid for. But by the same token, Survivor Benefit Plan when
two year waiting period years for military retirement. one that already existed under DOD feels that the government discussion starts. If a 50 percent
before coverage of a new spouse January 1, 1957 military per- the Social Security law and'the paid for the,other half and is offset is right for military!
was changed to one year for sonnel became full participantsin new one that was, being providing one benefit in the formof retirement then surely it is right
civilian employees last year and the Social Security system requested.JCPenney military retirement and should for the Survivor Benefit Plan. It

not provide a second benefit with will be a difficult. argument to

the Social Security payments it beat.
made during the individual's A major question arises if the

military'career.. two objections are deleted from
the law; Will the retiree who
Industry Pensions
elected not to participate be
The offset principle is not one
permitted to change his mind?
conceived by government. Many
Wilson's bill to decrease the
industries that provide a pension
Social Security offset also has a
program permitting retirement
provision to reopen the plan for a
prior to normal retirement age
at Cedar Hills (presently age 62)) also decreasethat nine-month period.At .
the present time, only 43
amount of the company
percent of pre-1972 retirees are
pension when an individual
t And ,the
participating. more
becomes eligible for Social
service a retiree has after 1957,
Security.The offset in most casesis
the higher the Social Security
equal to the Social Security
offset and the objectionable
; t ,benefit received by the individualand more
This it becomes.But .
Saturday only
paid for. by the company'scontribution. does the average individual

lOam til 6pm contemplating retirement realize
This writer knows of no com- under what circumstances a
pany that requires a 100 percent widow is eligible for Social
r >2Aii offset. Most are 25 percent or 50 Security payment We'll tackle

percent of the total benefit. that problem next week.

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PAGE 8 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER OCTOBER 16, 1975"SPARKY"


Recruitersmeet Bicentennialseen


r goals ashealing
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Washington. D.C.-Navy 4
recruiters enlisted 10,761 Nation

men and women during

August, attaining 99 Washington, D.C...Federal
I'd..
percent of their monthly Bicentennial Administrator John
Warner says he left his old Job as
s goal. A Secretary of the Navy with the
Eighty-nine percent of thought that America's 200th
the active duty regularsand birthday next year would bring
reserves enlisted are this country back together again;
eligible to attend Class and, from all his travels in some
5 40 states so.far, he feels that the
"A" schools and 88 percent
"Spirit of 1976" has, already
,are high school graduates. begun to do so.

THE FIRE DOG distributes fin prevention literature Twelve percent of the "The, ,Bicentennial has
at the Chief's Club last week in celebration of Fire Prevention Week. active duty enlistees are prompted more people, than at
"Sparky",alias Capt.Jim Fielding of the Mayport Naval Station Fire minorities.A any other time in our history to go
Department,Is the only Fire Dog.in the Jacksonville area. total of 525 women back and read for themselves the
blue-prints of the Nation The
enlisted, four more than Declaration of Independence,.the
I" J1 the goal. Constitution the Bill of Rights,"
The first term active he said.

duty male goal was 8,136 The former, Navy Secretary
and that number enlisted. 4 made these remarks in a special
Armed Forces Bicentennial
11 The goal for' recruiting
JANET LUFOPlayboyMagazine's Radio-Television program
798 former members of the' November broadcast recently to American
armed services also was Playmate, an Aquarian, hails Forces serving overseas.
reached. from Hoboken, N.J. He pointed out that the
-yo Bicentennial is, not merely a
celebration in Washington In
\ Philadelphia,or in the original 13
I colonies, but is a truly,national
-- it celebration ball the states and in

RENTAL SHOP OPENS-The ,all communities."We .
Navy Exchange recently opened a
newly renovated Equipment Rental Shop In Bldg. 931. The ribbon. want the opportunity, we,
cutting ceremony was performed by LCdr..' David C. Norris, Navy the people, to celebrate the
Exchange officer, as Mr. "Woody" Woods Equipment Rental Shop Bicentennial in every town, city,
clerk, Ms. Lois Spencer, personalized services manager and Ms. 4'r large or small, or ,Indian tribe
Peggy Nowell, personalized services supervisor, look on. across America said.
The new shop offers a broader'range of rental items, including wti. The Federal official made it
sewing machines, black and white and color TV's, wheel chairs, clear, however,that the govern-
electric drills, lawn mowers, slide prolector and movie screen, portable ment is not putting up bundles of
refrigerators and,wedding accessories. It's open 9 a.m.to 5 p.m. money into the Bicentennial
Monday through Friday and 9 a.m.to 4 p.m.on Saturday. program.As .
he put it, "It's been stated to
me by the people in my travels
throughout the United States, in
'\ simple language,that Uncle Sam
[CONTRVcK1HOMES { / should not be paying for his own
'f birthday party."
FROM 32,400 i'I. He said that there is little
and 4 Bedrooms.Flmlly room.2 and 2Vi baths S ti'f ." "'\ money being spent on the
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VA CONY FHA difficult financial times we are in

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NEW BARS, NEW REBESKE-Lt. Sharon Rebuke rec.lvesher
specifically cited the mobile vans
new bars In a recent promotion ceremony at the Naval RegionalMedical
Center. Her husband, Lt. John Rebuke, provides a helping sent around the country by the
Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and
hand. The unusual attire is due to the fact that Sharon had recently
given birth to their first child, Air Force as having tremendous
Benjamin. Sharon is the, personnel officer
FOR TRAVELIN' FARE at FASO DET JAX.rrrrr. impact.
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AND. SOME TO SPAREDon't CLIP THIS,AD FOR YOUR CHOICE OF... II installations throughout the
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CNO wishes

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JL q is a pleasure to extend during that war, a service
best wishes to Captain continued until after the

Bernstein and to all who Korean War..
will observe the 35th The Air Station then took

Anniversary of the Naval on'a new mission, as homeof
: 1 Air Station Jacksonville.This the Navy's hurricane-

memorable occasion hunting patrol squadron, a
J i/i/ is a tribute to the task she fulfilled with

i dedication and skill of the distinction until this
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'tlf officers enlisted per- spring.
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sonnel, and civilians who Today, as "home port"for
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.. l I ar 4. have served at this station patrol and helicopter
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I..* over the years.Established squadrons and a reserve
I I t:. in 1940 to carrier air'wing,

A FAMILY AFFAIR-All the Gallaghers took part In the "piping over" of LCdr. P.J. Gallagher, meet the needs of prewar Jacksonville continues to
NARF's senior test pilot,during his recent retirement ceremony. Leading. the family are Shawn and expansion, the Air Station carry out' important rolesin
Brian,followed by Timothy and LCdr.and Mrs.Gallagher. served as an importantbase support of the operating

for aircraft engagedin forces.
NROTC luncheon postponedThe action against U-boats in Best wishes for con-

World War II. tinued success.J. .
midshipmen's The guest ,speaker for Cost is $2.50 per person. It also made major
luncheon- Jacksonville the luncheon will be Make your check out to contributions as a L. Holloway III,

University in honor of the Joseph T. McCullen, NROTC Unit, and mail to technical training center Admiral, U..S. Navy.
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Navy's 200th Birthday Assistant Secretary of the University,
which was scheduled for Navy for Manpower and Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Oct. 9 has been Reserve Affairs. For further informationcall r si

rescheduled for noon, Oct. Lt. Ledbetter, 744-
23. The public is invited. 3950, ext. 292. .

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JANGO'S CAPPED-The Naval Regional Medical Center held a
ceremony Oct. I honoring the 24th Graduation Class of the Junior
v Army-Navy Guild Organization (JANGO). Each lady honored had
1 M NY completed over 100 volunteer hours.Their volunteer work Is similar to
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.Preparing for the capping ceremonies are Mrs. Ann Plumb, nurse
r.. instructor, capping Susan Compton, while Mrs. Nancy Cote, senior
JCPenneyPixy a.i advisor, presents certificates. In the back row (L to R) are Rita Mc-
9.1. Neely; Krlstl Zachary, and Becky Lindsay.
Mary Divirgilio and Mrs: Jo Moebus were absent when the photo
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INQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHEROur jiii@iMiMilMiwl@lmWiMiiiiilifMiWi:: : >< < > > I
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YOUR PAY INCREASE BEING LIMITED TO 5 PERCENT INSTEAD OF THE 8.66 PERCENT WEATHER BRIEFS
WHICH WOULD HAVE BEEN MORE EQUAL WITH CIVILIAN INDUSTRY


Debra McDevitt, wife of Cpl. FOG After sunset the Earth receivesno
McDevItt, MARTD: "It's better ByBillHeagleyBeginning heat from the sun but it con-
than nothing but I think we should this month and tinues to radiate heat. The sur-
have gotten the $." percent." continuing through December we face begins to cool because of the'
Via.e will experience an increasing heat loss and as the Earth cools, '

....." IIIIi. k incidence of fog in the local area. the layer of air close to the'sur-
The average number of days with face also cools by conduction (the
I fog increases from the Sep- transfer of heat from warmer to
'. 11"If. tember average of eight days to cooler matter by contact).
I' .I II 14 days in December.Fog This causes the layer near the
3 I can be hazardous to land, Earth to be cooler than the air
\ sea and air travel. immediately above it & con-
I .. 1r5:.. During periods of reduced dition called a temperature in-
AW2 Fritz Miller, VP-30"l 1 visibility caused by fog, the version. If the air beneath the
think we deserve more money, II'l' I Ken Allen, PAC office: "I think overall view of an area is inversion is sufficiently moist,
especially when others get It." l'I. .., Ifs equitable In view" of current destroyed.On some occasions the and it cools to its dew point, fog
actions by the Administration to visibility in one sector may be forms.
balance the national reduced while the
budget. prevailing ,
The dew point is the tem
visibility within the same area perature to which the air must be
4 may be unrestricted. cooled in order for saturation! to
Sam Demps, EEO: "I 1 think It'sa Few meteorological occur. As the nocturnal cooling
little unfair because federal phenomena depend so much upon continues, the air temperature
employees must face the same location of the observer. A further Is'
drops more moisture
,prices as everyone else." motorist may be encounteringdense condensed and the fog becomes
fog in Orange Park while
deeper and denser.
t 'gr .K, another a few miles away may beexperiencing
perfectly clear After the sun rises, radiation
conditions. from the warming surface heats
the lower air causing evaporationof
When a cloud consisting of
minute the lower parts of the fog and
water
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4' observer and restricts his
Pat Crosby, Word Processing '. horizontal 'visibility to less than lifting. Usually before noon, heat
Center "I 1 think It'll shame. We .62 of a mile, the international radiated from the warming
need to keep good people in Civil Cdr. P.J. Braun, HS Wing li "I definition of fog has been' surface of the Earth destroys the
Service, so the pay should be inline x agree that wo should try to satisfied. i inversion and the fog evaporatesinto
with others' wages." control Inflation,' but the Under similar conditions, but' the warmed air.

Is reduction in the miltary pay bill with the visibility greater than .62 Advection fog is the name

the hitting the"wrong segment of of a mile, the condition is given to fog produced by air in
% l economy "
described as "mist. motion or to fog formed at one
Here in the Jacksonville area place and transported advected
SHC S.F. Mosca, Commissary: we normally encounter either to another.
"I 1 am disappointed. I was ex- radiation or advection type of
pecting more than we actually Thanks This type of fog is formed when

received. Our pay raises don't It'sworking. fog.Radiation fog, which usually warmed air is transported over
seem to be keeping up with inflation you occurs as ground fog, is causedby colder land or water surface.
Increases." ___ the radiational cooling of the Cooling from below takes place
.Ttra Earth's surface. It forms only at and gradually builds up a fog

night and over a land surface. layer

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for VA-U4at NAS Cecil Field,was guest speaker forth*occasion.






TRADITIONAL CAKE CUTTING-Capt. Karl J. Bernstein. Commanding Officer NAS Jax, Is
flanked by the youngest Navyman on the station, AR Paul Tackett left) and EQCM Clifford 0.
Taylor, oldest Navyman on NAS, for the traditional l cake-cutting ceremony during festivities
honoring the Navy's 200th birthday here.AR TACKETT, 17 years old,a Navyman for only four
months,is serving In his first assignment at HS-1 FRAMP training.EQCM Taylor,61,is assigned to Iloc
Public Works.He's been in the Navy 35 years,active and seven In the Reserves.



n ?) RAIDERETTES PERFORM-Attradivt Raidtrtttts cheer leaders
( MILITARY RATES
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the American Bicentennial' Committee In Jacksonville presents a
recognition plaque to Capt. Karl J. Bernstein, Commanding Officer
NAS Jax, honoring the Navy's '200th anniversary, during opening ----- ,
ceremonies of the occasion at,NAS on October 10. PRESENTING THE COLORS Members of the Ceremonial and
attired in Navy uniforms of the past present the colors to open the Navy
Jacksonville, Friday, October 10.

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Military allotment Is the unique way you can make sure you save
paycheck each month. One trip to the Navy Finance Office to
necessary form assures that your growing savings will be
when you're ready for them..and your dollars will be earning
nually while they wait.

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VP-30 hosts Canadians -I Iby


t Lt.Wally Lunde computer linked to a
The VP-404 "Buffalo's," visual display system
from Canadian Forces through closed circuit
Base, Greenwood, Nova television. This simulator
Scotia, were recently training concept,
A welcomed to the '"Pros' originally developed for
Nest" of VP-30 for a week- use by major commercial
long exchange visit. Cdr. airlines, will be expandedto

I dA :. Dan Wolkensdorfer,'CO of include tactical training
VP-30, greeted Lt. Col. when the sytem becomes
George Hynes, VP-404 fully operational.The .
skipper, as the Canadian's schedule allowed
Argus touched down at for
sufficient free time the
NAS Jacksonville aftera
visitors to see Walt Disney
lengthy out of
Greenwood.patrol World, the Kennedy Space
Center, and for renewal of
VP-404 the Canadian
,
the InternationalGolf l
counterpart of'VP30, Grudge Tournament.The .
Officers wives view fashion show serves Forces' as ASW the replacement Canadian "Pros" overwhelmedthe
r "Buffalos" in the
By Carol McCamy enjoyed the "Fall evening wear. aircrew training squadronand tourney, and Lt. Col.
Jax The annual Tri- Forecast" fashion show One of the newest looksis additionally performs Hynes gamely acceptedthe
field function of the Of- sponsored by May-Cohens that of jumpsuits, operational patrol "Skunk Award" for
ficers Wives Clubs of NAS Department Store. "jumped-up" versions of missions. The week's lack of golfing prowess.
Jacksonville, NAS Cecil Among the many the overalls worn by exchange agenda included
Field and Naval Station fashions shown it seems plumbers, ,carpenters and briefs on VP-30's present The Argus (af- /
Mayport met on October 8 that denim is still a big garage mechanics, in and projected training fectionately known'to her
at 'the Deerwood Country favorite in jeans to jacketsto fabrics from cotton to syllabus, tours of the Canadian crews as 147,626
Club for a luncheon and skirts in the new longer softer acrylics. Tactical Support Center, pieces flying in close
fashion show. length. Overall, this annual the Weapons System formation) is due to be
With temperatures in Fall colors are more event proved to be an Trainers, the Applied replaced by either an
the 90's Jt hardly felt like muted in shades of beige, exciting and tantalizing Instruction Building, and updated P-3C Canadian
fall but all who attendedthe rust and cinnamon with preview of what will be 2F87F P-3 simulator. The version or an ASW-
gala event thoroughly black a big plus for available this fall. 2F87F, constructed by modified Boeing 707.
Singer-Link Corporation, Official announcement of
consists of a fully motion- the Canadian govern-
capable cockpit and in- ment's decision is an-
structor's console which is ticipated later'this month.

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COURT OF HONOR-Jerome Watson,Jr.,of Troop 131,receives his
now bring you 47 HOURS PER WEEKof Eagle Scout designation during a special court of honor here last week
from his mother, Patricia, while his father, Cdr. Jerome Watson,
banking service: Executive Officer of the USS Saratoga, watches proudly.

Main Office: Monday-Thursday 9 A.M.-4 P.M.

Friday 9 A.M.-6 P.M. CLINTON'S AUTO SALES
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you need more free time, then we recommend your 4434 BlANDING BLVD. 6706 'l03rd STREET
(Next Door to Jax Liquors) PHONE
using our direct deposit of your Federal pay check. 7714216,772.7716 772.1895"You'll

Ask us for the forms, it has many advantages. be .
looking at the lowest prices In Town

WE NOW CLOSE AT 6 P.M. ON FRIDAYS!

However the Motor Bank Facility opens at 7 AM

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'74 FURN.LANIER MOBILE HOME! NO CASH NEEDED ., ... ,
2BRM., IViBA., Spanish Style, 1972 Duster,AT,AC,$1595.,or low mo.
.,, rpua, Awning, Skirting,. Double Insulated pymts. 3886422.

Roof, AC, Storage Building, Cony.Location LLOYDS CORVETTE PLACE '
a
: CALL
:: 3 !: 566J'Ads S min. from NAS, Call 264- We Buy & Sell Corvettes

3005 After $:00 P.M. 634 Cassat Ave. 388.3311

should be mailed to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday, Ads I T M8POItrAf.E2'S : '74 HONDA ClUO
arriving too late for this deadline will
be published the following week unless the publisher Is instructed 6OOOMI.,lug. rack with carrying cases
otherwise. A check or money order for he cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy. cover, 2 hel. $850. 7721562.

RATE: minimum charge (U lines) ,..$2.50 Per additional, line ((4 words per line) ..60c Financing* UP arranged,NO CASH, for NEEDED low mo. 1949 CADILLAC .

Mall to: HOLTpUBl'SHINGC0..4S6S5HIRLEY' AVE., JACKSONVILLE FLA.,32210 pymts. Good dependable used cars, a 28,000 Miles. New tires.. Excellent .

.good selection, 3886422. Cond. $200. and take over payments

$63. per mth. Phone: 269-2690 after
NOCASH NEEDED
BOSSEN REALTYINC. LOVELY MANDARIN 1969 Chevelle, 2DR., HT, sharp, 1975.r 5P.M. .
[ki 'fJ EMPLOYMENT".( RaltorM.L.S.7784800NEW Almost new 3BR., 2BA. Home w- low mo. pymts. 388.6422. 1949 CADILLAC FLEeTWOOD
OWNER WILL ENJOY Country atmosphere kit. eQulpt $1100.Firm, Clean. Only 2 local
HELICOPTER MECHANICSWith This 3BR., 2BA. w-fam. rm. 8. Ig. Carpet, Cent. heat, $29,500. NO CASH NEEDED owners. 772-0597.
recent Sikorsky SH-3 experience workshop. This home Is located In PAXON AREA 1972 Pinto, AT, xtra sharp, $1495., or ,
Florida Bahemas location. convenient location with maintenancefree Lovely 3BR. Home on corner lot, low mo. pymts. 3886422. 1947 442 OLDS
features & Includes 350 Horse Power. Like new tires, good
refrlg. Built carpet, kit. equlpt. $23,500.GARDEN .
to mechanic with A & P NO CASH NEEDED
Preference In range, AC, & Cpts. $27,900. ROOM Interior, new paint, AC, 3 Speed, 2
LICENSE. Call '(30S( 6833539. 1970 Malibu, 2DR. HT, AT, AC, new
4 BEDROOM ft POOL door, Radio Call after 5P.M. 771-7383.,
3BR., 28A. Home on dbl. lot, kit. top new paint. $1295. or low mo.
IMMEDIATE OPENINGSA Owner has made this. comfortable & equlpt., carpet, AC, garage $27,500. pymts. 3886422. FOR SAL
large.security organization has two maintenance free home. Beautiful MURRAY HILL
door Grandvllle, low
1971 Pontiac, 2
On lOb Is In the WW Cpts., kit. appliances, In NOCASH NEEDED
lob openings, ground 4BR., 2BA. Home In lovely area, w. excellent condition, WSW
supervisory capacity & one In a pool 15X32, quality features hard to garage & workshop, Carpet. CH&A, 1970 GTO,red black, AT, AC, $1395. Mileage tires, Cruise, Control, AM and FM

managers position. Ideal |lobs for find at $37,900. Call Today. any terms $27,000. or low mo. pymts. 3886422. Radio,vinyl top. All vinyl seats. Make
retired military personnel. E.O.E. NORMANDY LARGE *GRACIOUS
VILLAGE
NO MONEY NEEDED me an offer Call Andre' Neal. Home
Call 39M951. Outstanding buy for buyer who Is tiredof Lovely brick home In Confederate Pt. 1965 Ford Van, New paint,$795.or low phone No. 768-2778, or duty ext. 3969.
throwing rent receipts away. Owner Is priced to sell. Owner transferring, 388-6422. t 1Don't
PERMANENT-PART-TIME HELP will pay closing costs on this 3BR. numerous xtras. Call for full details. mo. pymts. miss

Work some evenings S.weekends. Call Home. This bargain offers range, NO CASH NEEDED

3911172. Mon. Ocf. 20th between refrlg.,WW Cpts.,& Ig.yd. Call to see. $65,900.NO DOWN,NO CLOSING 1968 Pontiac, Con v., $695., or low mo. the
9:30A.M.-2OOP.M. $23,000. Owner will pay all closing costs on this prm ts. 388-6422. thrills !

= -...- = ROMANTICSHey cute 2BR., 1BA. Home, Cent. heat, .

L -..- ;U Romantics! Like to walk thru the carpet 24'X34' garage, fresh paint
house with a rose between your teeth. $14,900. 3 BARGAIN HUNTER'S PARADISE!
Here Is the lovely Spanish styled homeIn CEDAR HILLS
W ORUMAN, Well YANKEE equipped AIRCRAFT, $6200. Tara-Woods for YOUI I 4BR., 2BA., Lovely 3BR.,Home tree shaded lot, Ig. =i (It's where vtrybody's go'mglj')

Great Payable shape$2100. down. $1U.Mo. 387. fame rm., kit. equlpt. & some more. workshop, kit. equlpt., 122,500.LOWIQUITY >Z

FOR COLD WINTER EVENINGS
.3694...,&- ,___________ Snuggle next to an Inviting fire In this 3BR., 2BA. Home on Ig. lot, BIRO, o
CENTRAL CONDITIONINGand cozy Immaculate Riverside home. refrlg., carpet & drapes. 4000. V) aT
Y
Wall papered, modernized Country equity. .V
HEATING UNIT kitchen, beautiful baby nursery, FOSHEI REALTY
4.ton saves electricity with 3 phase garage, fncd. yd.-need mowerT-NO 388-1581 Broker .., ,

operation. Low hours, excellent DOWN PAYMENT OR CLOSING HEAVENER REALTY CO. NORMANDY BLVD.WIST Of NORMANDY MALl

condition. Phone 387-3566. weekdays 9- COSTS, VA. lust $20,500. Orange Park Office UOSHOPSI FREE ADMISSION FREE PARKING!

CAN'T FIND A HOUSE 264-1222 MINI-MALL
OEOROE'S KENNELS There are no houses In the $17,000'sl I EASY AS PIE AIR-CONDITIONED

Dogs ft Cats Boarded We have a sweetie for $17,400. With That's the way living can be for you In FRIDAY 4V SATURDAY 10 A.M.-9:30 P.M.

Since 1925. Grooming, training 8. owner paying all closing costs. Call this well designed home. 3BR., 2BA. SUNDAY 10 A.M.-6:00: P.M.

shipping. Visitors welcome. Today on this 2BR., 1BA..rarity. xtra Ig. LR, huge fam. rm., enclosed
Bankamerlcard 8. Mastercharge NEED HOME FOR CHRISTMAS patio,Ig. lot, plenty of Oak trees. Very
honored. Off 1.10 Near Cassat Ave. 8. Envision Immaculate shag carpet, nice neighborhood. All Terms. BPP.

Edgewood Ave. cozy fame rm., the aroma of turkey, In MINI FARM

SOlS Edewoocl Court 783-UM ,this 3BR., 2BA. home. If you wait the If you like to grow things check on this
dream with the huge shaded yard willgolust one. Over 2 acres w-dbl. wide mobile
TYLER A-C (LAKESHORE) Big Chief Say: 1.r
$28,500. home near Green Cove Springs.
Repairs on auto AC, Central' Units &
TICKLE ME TIMBERS Property Is cleared except for shade
window units. 4711 Palmer Ave. 388-
Not a house for 522,5OO.wlth i greatbig trees. High dry & In good ,area. 1t
5161. yard? This 2 Bedroomer also has a Home Is 3BR., 2BA. w-fam. rm., sep. + We do not sell

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS workshop that needs to be panelled for DR., big kit. w-brMstv area. Most
King size bed$90.,Queen size bed$85., xtra fam.: rm., & Is ready for Inspectlon. : furnishings Included. AH for $19,000. seconds orblemished

Box Spring, Mattress. & Frame. 399- PERFECT FOR CHILDREN
5990. CENTRAL AIR HEAT Come see this lovely 3BR., 2BA. Home tires.

LIVE CRABSWllford's Lots of fruit trees, Convenient to In an area |lust made for children.
Fish shopping & bases. This 3BR. Home Is They can walk to swimming pools,
Camp
priced at $24,500. for a quick sale. tennis courts, a ball field, a park & to
264.9707
BOSSEN REALTYINC.RealtorM. school. This home Is only 2Vtyrs. old 81

SINOERFUTURA .L.S.7714100MEADOWBROOKIIAUTY has over 1500 sq. ft. of living area.
Must sacrifice top of the line' sewing Priced.to sell at 42850. All terms.
machine. 1975 Model. Original price BPP. MONARCHS
This 3BR. Home has CH8.A,nice fncd.
$650.00. Pay, balance $286.10 or need HOME IN COUNTRY
someone to assume $12.60 per month yd. w-many, many trees. det. shed. Enloy| beautiful rural living In Lake '

payments. Will take trade Phone 731- Only $22,500. FHA-VA. Asbury. Custom built home only 2 Heavy Duty
COSTS
SELLER PAYS CLOSING
0255. mos. old. Deck across back of home
This 3BR. AC Home, kit. equlpt,
overlooking North lake. 3BR., 2BA., 4-Ply
OVER STOCKEDI drapes,fncd.has fam.rm.& sep. DR., custom drapes, Built-in kit., CH&A,
For Sale double bed Washer, end $23,500.
VA.LIKE Priced In $40's. BPP on this home..
tables, electric stove, Dining room SECLUSION'Then HEAVENER REALTY CO. Polyester J
suite, sofa, Call aft. 3P.M. 7813190. don't miss seeing this beautiful3BR. Office ,
., 2BA. Home' wfam. rm., WW Orange Park J r it,
264.1222
NEED OIFT Blackwall ,1,1r
Cpt., BIRO, refrlg. 8. high privacy 4
leather
Merrllyn's Hand Crafted OWNER
fence In bk. yd. All terms available. IY 4
purses, Billfolds, Belts, Caps and Boot, 3BR., 2BA., Fam. rm., Carpets,

repair. Boston Shoe Shop, 124 King St., $333,500.QUICK OCCUPANCYOn Drapes, Fen. Bk.Yd., 3 mi. from NAS. 25,000 Mi. .,
St. Augustine./Fla. Ph. 1-904.824.9969. this functional LR, DR. Owner will fin. 7'/ pct. 268-9982. '

CUSTOM DRAPES arrangement. With Sunken fame rm., FOR SALE BY OWNER GUARANTEEF78xl4 "

Shades, Drapes, Carpets, Woven Master BR. has pvt. bath, Less than 5BR., 3BA., family home, 3 yrs. old,
Woods, Custom made. 268.2601. $3,100. equity 8. assume present loan. 2330 sq. ft. living area $56,000. Contact
MARY LOU'S CUSTOM INTERIORS WHY PAY RENT Bob Jackson 2845364.- '
Well kept 3BR. home on nice lot or 15 1795678x14
,
'" '
MALI COCKER SPANIEL \
completely fncd. Close to both bases. a. .' RENTALSOPPOSITE rw"y wJ
I ,'r" f'i. ,
AKC registered, 4 months old, paper + <<<< ,
All Terms $18,600.WATERFRONT
25H.trained. Good with Kids & extras. 269- RETREATLg. NAS JAX. or 15 '$1895

Immaculate home w-fam. rm. Off 120th Street
CUSTOM MADE SOFA overlooking the water, made for Mobile Homes & Apts. for rent.IBR.
100 Inches, kidney shaped, scot- entertaining & ready to move In. units for mature adults. Nice for
1995
chguard, special buy' 19500. Shag Minutes to NAS. 42600. FHA-VA. singles.,From $75.Mo. Larger Mobile H78x14 or 15

Carpet-12X14, top quality burnt JACK V. FOREHAND,CORP. homes from $100.Mo. Children
Orange-yellow with padding. Best R ea Itor-M.L.S. 771"' '' welcome. Justlss Trailer Park, 389-
offer. 2647046. LOCATED ON 103RD STREETBetwe.n' 3007. F.LT. $2.41 to $2.12

I CHILD CARE IN MY HOME Cecil Field NAS W I L-MAR-APTS. Passinir Tire GuarantttCumteM '
,
Experienced, fenced yard. Hot meals. FOSHEE REALTY 28R., LR.; Kit., heater, refrlg., range,
washing machine, AC,parking 2 cars if MS!it rut wardS ter tki Me sf tile aKa' d trtil N\n\ Ms w...itwtptiM
7783741. equity, none
Immediate cash for small.your small child or pet O.K. Dep. $50.00 .RIM fit replace.r.. .IIII..I.. tile bead IIUI II''ape rate shire II I '

IH GALLON OIL TANK too large or too Broker Returnable, depending on condition. .IN milt pats piss III.

Stand and Copper Line MS.IISI Child and pet Dep. $2500 ea. Non. .Curuttft assist rear Ml far I specified umber tl nMtJ,'"tread Mart sit flllM stok ,

31.7467ilIIIiATI'1' OAK HILL Returnable. 1135.00 Water, ,Garbage, w mil rtfUci d.purls g tar ailcif i toed caps rid skin II.ttt arrest pace
4BR.,2BA.,plus fame rm.,Cent. Air 8. 3872541. lIClllM.TIRE '
Sewage, Included ftfettU C RMf Ml KlNdtS
[ ; ,<\ 1 Heat, many xtras. Your terms. Priced
< right. DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME .

BARGAIN HUNTERS 3BR., 2BA., 24'X60' Doctors Inlet'
ItIDUCl o.WE'RE MOVINGI I Brick 81 CB, 3BR., 1V4BA., all like near Black Creek. Public boat ramp, 1
4BR., 3 Full BA., CH&A. Carpeted, new, VA or FHA Terms. Only $16,500. acre Wooded lot, $200.00 Mo. 282.5316.
Fncd. Yard, Stor. Bldg., Scr. Porch, REALTYINC.,
Park SERVICE ORANGE PARK FURNISHED
Meadowbrook Terrace, Orange
Street ,
264-2585. 7478 103rd 2BR., Conv.NAS.School, will rent to COMPANY
RETIRING Rt Itor-M.L.S. 778-4050-24Hr. bachelors. No lease required. 264.6884.3BEDROOM lUMAMEKICMol

See this home for sale In Orange Park 4 NICE SIZE BEDROOMS IVtBATH TRAILER 5444 NORMANDY BLVD 786 0771 I

.with In.home business opportunity: Carpets 81 paneling 8. 2 screened 10'X60' Partly or comp. furn., AC, Open Monday thru Saturday, I a m 6p.m
1BR. House on same lot
$27,50000ORANGE porches, plus
Carpeted, Shady Lot. ConvenienttoHAS -
PARK REALTY INC. for Mama or Income. VA appraised. ', & Cecil., Call 264.3308. 4015 Blandmg Blvd 771 3447 7809 Mayport Rd 7464175

264-2411 E19.500. PRETTY 1)70 Lem Turner Or 76i 5531 5 3 Phillips Hwy 737 7544OPENMon
VERYVERyVERY v
"SHIPMATES" ( MOBILE HOMES :T '
J '
,Courteous personal'Real Estate IBR., plus fam. rm., plus fence, 8 thru Fn la.m 6p m Sat 8a m 2pmI
Service. Call Joe'' Roplak. Realtor- fruit trees, patio, utility Bldg., range
WE BUY AND SELL
524,500.VANSANDT
& refrlg.
Associate, with Blinding Agency Inc. REAL ESTATE GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES

Repl tor"MLS" REALTOR 389-3549 Phone 381-4419 '
BUS.771-80M Aft. Hrs. 781-771






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_--------- -- ----------- .------- equity & assume $60. per mo. For Sale; 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
!oyc.r.'l.aC tiKt'- -% em r*- +- ---. -...- "."" "" .<\<.\ '" :::, ':O".m' :;": $f Note. 772.2825 large den with fireplace dining
I r .............
II room, screened porch, CH&A,

J THE FLEET MARKET I II 196919-FT Amer Hlaleah'Deep V. bird, 1500 sq. ft., shaded lot,
I Hull Fiberglass 85 H.P. Chrysler. $32,500, 771-6421 PCS

Trailer excellent cond. $1,600. .............

'I i,"....___...."'''''...,..,.,'_a,.<,+>.,.<"....''' .....awwwA':aa>:<'''.......oa.wavcs'*'wa"" _awnk.".xa."x vonw_*'....._..""" .""""'*' __...""" ...__.i>xo.aR:'""U .1 Krestalude ext. 2631 evenings 737- For Sole Wooden Door with GlassIn

I A FREE Personal Want Ad Service for Military and Civilian Employees of NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field ; 2640 ............. upper portion $10.00. Jalousie
Door $15. Two oil drums & stands
i FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM I Olds Cutlass. 1970, excellent $25. Call 781.2119

condition, power steering, R&H, ... .
.. .... .
.1 Ads will be published no more than three(3)( ) Times. II Air. On base. $1100 firm. Card
NOTE: Limit Ad to 20 words or less. I Ext. 3108, nights 268-5257 1964 Plym Fury Good Body Runs
!
.'. fair needs one tire. $300 or best
.. I II 71 Datsun PU Vt Ton, $1,000 70 offer 4 Chrome Reverse 2 G60x14

olds 88 conv. $700. Call Vincent $200. Call Kinsman Ext.. 2578

I 772.2338 after 5! 387-7228 ._-.....

I Wanted: Remington or Ithaca

1 I Air Conditioner 18,500 BTU SHOTGUN* 13.15 foot Jon Boat

1 t Whirlpool. Used one season. $75. and Duck Decoys, call 771-8075
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW.BE 4582 Shelby Ave. Phone 388-7414 .**A*..***.

SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. ............ 10x12 Apple' Green Plush Shag

1 3 Bedroom 1 bath wood frame carpet with foam pad. Used 6

"I'. e house In Paxton area $2500 cash months $85. ,Call 778-1342
Name Office or activity to which assigned and take over payments or ..-.........

.1 $13,000 full. Call Vincent 772-2338 For Sale: 50x24 mobile home,

or 387.2281 3br,, central AC&H, washer,
Rank Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature
-
dryer stove, refr., den furn. $900

t 1 1.Advertising will be accepted only from active and his signature grade or rank:rate, office or. For Sato 1 Gold Green Sofa $50. 1 plus payments PCS. Call 781.2802
,. 1 military or civilian employee personnel assigned to activity to which he Is assigned and office telephone. TV B-W VHF only 515, 1.Handle .....-.---..
NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. This Information! for authentication only and your t Vac. $7 Call 264-0856 PCS: 68 Camaro 3 spd. floor,
ad should be worded independently of this Information R&H.;
Chrome reverse wheels,
2.Free advertising In the "FLEET MARKET" Forms must be clearly typed or printed.
will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housing NO machine reproductions will be accepted. 1971 22ft houseboat, sleeps 4, new trans,_ batt, carb, brakes, &
for personal use as a residence, these ads will be complete galley, head, 10 hp tune-up etc. $550 firm 264.5106
Accepted only If the words "PCS" (for military), or Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In auxiliary, assume Credit Union ............-.
1 "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the the following edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads '
loan of $104 monthly and $600
I Jacksonville area) are Included In the wording of the arriving after that date or ads held out because of For Sale: 1974_ COOPER 5 speed
ad. Offers to buy or sell personal property; offers of space limitations will be-placed In the followingor equity. 264-4922 250MX.
requests for rides to and from work; an. week's edi'ion. Ads will be run only one time, unless ............ Strong engine, Malco
nouncements of educational courses offered by non submitted as prescribed above. For Sale 1972 Green Saab 37,000 Chassis, super condition. Heavy
profit organizations or government agencies. Ads duty, one rail TRAILER. 772-9162
t for pets will be carried only when accompanied by 6.No phone calls will be accepted regarding miles. AM.FM Stereo AC, 4 Ip. -....----.
the word "Free". "FLEET MARKET": advertising. The"JAX AIR $2100. Call '264-0856 after 5 p.m.
NEWS and AiRWINGER offices cannot provide ....-......... Tenna 8-Track Tape Deck with
3.All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. 66 Chev. Convertible excellent Stereo FM. $45.00. Call 387.2257
"FLEET MARKET" ad form which will be printed
cond. Must sell do ,to
In each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7.All ads must be limited 'to 20 words each. No running
will be rejected more than two(2)( ) ads per week per person. .will be transfer 250 excellant price. Ext. (Continued on page 17))
accepted. 2167
Complete ad forms must be mailed to "FLEET .
MARKET" Editor, co JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, 'Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a .
NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above HAVE YOUR FURNACE
These forms must provide all Information requirements, will be rejected. The publisher I
requested Ie: Full name of person submitting., ad reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I CLEANED AND

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'1971 Plymouth Fury III. Air LAKE ASBURY. 110ft lake front, For Sale 1972'Honda 350;! Electric POKE'N'STROKE'

condition, vinyl top, new set of nearly 1 acre. $13,800. Beautiful Start & turn signals $375 or best

tires, one owner,' $1400. 384-6625 building lot. 264-0101 after 5 p.m. offer Duane Stelter 264-5629 after

after 10 a.m. 6 p.m. __........
For Sale: 27"Men's 10 speed bike
1975 Datsun B-1210 Coupe Fully
like Feb. 75 for $80.
new. Bought WE SERVICE ALL
1969 CADILIAC FLEETWOOD Loaded 1200 ml assume .
now $60. Call 387-4990 after 5 p.m. MAKES AND MODELSRICK'S
$1100 firm. Clean. Only 2 local. payments, great gas mileage.Call .

owners. 772-0597 HONDA 450( wTwithf airing, new: Gary 2580...p'0647 .

parts $625, 1971 Bultaco 360 Dirk For Sale: 17' Aerocraft

_' For Sale: Weights,'HOIbs. Brand Bike Make' Offer Contact Fiberglass Canoe $160. J.C. AIR CONDITIONING,

a. new. Cost $35. Best offer or trade Ballmann 772-3310 or 2824715 Penney ,double,bed ,. like new REFRIGERATION

for lamp and table. 772-2413 or '-.-.-.. $100. Call.772.7005_ _
264-4110 For sale 2 lots 80 by 125 each. Side I HEATING SERVICE
For Sale 1965 Corvalr 4 Dr.
by side at Port Malabar. 5195 (Crt. M-391)) Ex-Navy
---.. Sedan 42,000 miles $400 or best
each 2250 each and take
or equity
CALL 3SS-5972
ft':, 73 Charger'! Blue with white top over payments. Contact. Duane offer.:771-0122"_.n after'_.... .p.m.' THE NEWEST AND FINEST

..AT, R&H, fact Air. new trans. Stelter after 6 p.m: 264-5629 For Sale one new Ted Williams, MINIATURE GOLF COURSEIN
carbarator,ex-cond. Call 772-8676 Portable fish flndr\ &, depth NORTHEAST FLORIDA

Fender.Stratocaster Guitar. with finder never used' cost 4159, will .,, HAS JUST OPENED AT...
sell I for $100 cash. Phone 264-6349
For Salt: 1970 Monte Carlo; 1969 velvet lined hard shell case. ,"i 312 BLANDING BLVD.
Honda (CL350)) 1964 MGB; 1957 Excellent cond.$375. Fender twin after 4 p.m.. ..-.-...
Chevy See at 2202 Bills Dr. or reverb amp. 100 watts. Excellent PCS Nice V/4 Acre lot for sale InClay f: ORANGE PARK 2M-M14
Shopping Ctr.)
(Opposite Bellalr
,. Call 786-1925, 9 to 5. cond. $400. 264.2307 after 5 p.m. County. Close to O.P. Small ..

ti ;
:. CALL CHRIS HILTON ON ALL YOUR INSURANCE NA Vyt/

ESTIMATES FORE EXPERT BODY I PAINT REPAIRS! ?Sick{ I Bug? WIVES.. \ 1 e


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COME/ BACK

':
: .
IIr TO NURSING '

r' Your free time can be turned into / /
cash by part time and full time
nursing in hospitals nursing
homes and private 'homes. All
types of duty available. We
f understand' Navy Family's
needs. Top pay. Work when, you
want. You select your own '
schedule weekly Many extra 1 1

- benefits No fee to register. 111 -

'.. r DOMESTIC CAR SPECIAL RN' & 'NEEDED

.AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION CALL 354-5R33 TODAY PUSSYCAT
ESCORTS
HCNAHU '165 OPEN
7 [ MOST MODELS IN STOCK DAILY 8.6 (Dancing Partners)
t MEDICAL DOOR ADMISSION
LLOYD POWELL A CHRIS HILTON olC
(formerly farvfc* A iWjf tt.p mmmmg.n for Ccrfhi Vffetw.t.n for .r.r 13 years ..chJ M 1tS0NiJ i PERSONNEL HALF-PRICE!
POOL
,; AUTO I SERVICE &: PAINT 1 CENTER J rooa Mon Thurs., 6.11 pm

Si," Home owned & operated
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301 PARK STREET President




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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 17_

*,':"<:" '*B'm\:: ::: ; ':'' Northern trailer. Eves. GCS.- 284- PCS: Lovely 4 bedroom 2 bath
; : ::$: @(; ;
;% *:::*:::::: ,. appreciate,
',.:..<.<.". "" "':'-'m' @" : ,,,: :::
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Il FLEET] garage 7 per cent VA Loan. 2 1.-...-
: MARKETContinued 69 GTO4 speed, PS, PB, AC. $425. years old 264-0996,. PCS For Sale 3BR, 2BA HOUSE
772.2982 days or 786-5812 dve. & Babysitting I In my home Infantor Fenced In yard. As Is $7,500 Must
weekends
EN1 Addison toddler preferred by week or see to appreciate 771-5515 *
( from page 16)) For Sale: 16 ft. Runabout boat, hour. Orange Park area Bellair "
SOHP elect start Evenrude Eng. For Sale; New-Never been used 269-2062 .. 1966 MERCURY COMET.6cyl,
Gunsfor sate: Collecters and and trailer $300.. PH. : 264.3707 Hotpoint Refrigerator-Freezer, 20 Gal; all glass 'aquarium 3speed, floor shift excellent
Hunters Special Brand new -- Avocado green. Only $175. Call condition and very economical
w-2 tank
For Sale: 14ft. complete stand; all .
Aluminum
.
Winchester Model 94 Commemorative John 264.1190 after noon. $650 call 2644350Continued
Boat, 9HP Sea king accessories, even fish; $75. Call
Eng. and
30-30 Lone
: Star
Gold Plated and Sliver Plated trailer $250. PH: 264-3707 1972 MGB Convertible Roadster, 772-2366, 2986.15-4:00.:. ( on page II)

$200 ea. PH: 771.1756 WANTED: Roommate to share 2 excellent running condition, Old Wooden aircraft propeller.
.. .. br. Yellow painted tips. Copper' If
steel-belted
-- Apartment willing to share radIals, good gas your rooms
Marantz Stereophonic Receiver expenses. Call Wayne at 2535'or mileage, $2400 firm. Call 7818109or leading edges. Controlable pitch.

AM-FM, Phono, tape, aux 778-4635 ..._. ext. 3559 269.1604 New condition._...6V4...feet... long. $125 look tired or ,-
selections. All filters, louffess, Plymouth. .
1966 Fury 11 1974 TXSOO YAMAHA, call
less
4 door 73 Oldsmobile than 5 hopeless
tape monitor buttons. 80 watts Cutlass. AT, PB,
R&H, AT,
PS, Factory air cond. months old, 8,000 miles, sharp
PB, AC. Immaculate
RMs output $150. 264-9762 condition,
power for
runs good, best reasonable offer extras. machine. Excellent, cond., extras us help.
many 25,000 miles,
$3200or
387-4984 .._.__ assume payment, call AX3
72 Mobile Traveler Mini Motor best offer. Call Cheryl 772-3166 We'll send
Toyota Corolla 1600 Coupe, 2 : Declndls AAon-thursdays( ) NAS you .'
Home, 18 ft., self-contained, air dr. Br., auto, low mi., Cecil Ext "
2830mpg. 167 or 168 work center -
conditioned. Buy equity, assume 1968 Pontiac Catalina,2 door, HT, a decoratorfree.
runs new,$1900 or low mo. pymts. 660 __.
monthly,payment.,269-1610' Call HN Kowalsky 772-2138 AT, PS, PB,AC. Engine and body For Sale-a Buescher?? CORNET In
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In great shape. PCS orders must
YN..NFor excellent condition,,must see to
Sale: 72 Cuble foot enclosed, Babysitting In my home, Monday sell only $695. call..Skip 772-3558 I

utility trailer. $300 maybe less. thru Friday. Near Cecil Field. 68 Dodge Van F100 runs good tape YOUR OWN VACATION, Penneys '
Call
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771.1677WANTED :
Collins Road. Lot
5400 5. after 4 deck. 200772.2145 RESORT, IN FLORIDAI: '
p.m.72. 70. : R Radial ARM SAW, 10 ON THE Custom \
-...-..:- Inch,In Hijackers .
good
condition please call by Gabriel for SANTE FE RIVER
69 FURY III 383 Cubes, PS, PB, 388.2873 after 5 p.m. Chryser products. Priced right, Spring,fed, unpolluted. 80.90 mint Decorating at .;.
Automatic trans, AC. Runs good. complete. $35. PH: 388-8654 from Cecil I. NAS. Cedar Hills. "
$700 or best offer. Call Ron 778- For Sale: Bradford Amplfier, STAAUftSOonWATER ..
4826 '_:.- turntable, and speakers.: $50 for ....-.-- $5,500 off water. All parcel over 1 7716361JCPenney
more information call 771.1677 For Sale. Like new Vista acre and have at least 100ft. on
... exercise -
Heavy Duty Trailer Hitch. Boltsto .
river. Long termS If necessary.West I
72 Spectrum, 2br, B, bicycle cost $60. Sacrifice
frame Kenmore floor buffer. K DR, Central Inc.
$35. Call 771.9595 Realty
,Call 778-3751 beamed ceiling Lr.. excel cond. Broker _
-.-.--. Wt know what ,.
Oklahoma city-free. Need driverto 1-378-2308 you'..looking for.. "

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:;:::::: : :: back 20", complete light set,
beautiful new condition $100,
_ e FLEET MARKETContinued fi@iJ official softballs( other sports . .k s

equipment Ph.3847809.! j

PCS3 Bedroom HOUSE For Sale,
( from page 17) current. Used only 2 seasons. Orange Park: 2 Bath, BIRO, Dish-:

DEER RIFLE-Quality SAKO.270 Good condition. $75 cecil ext 541 washer, CH&A Family Room

win with 1% )x 3 Redfield 772-8271 after 5pm Den, Sm equity assume VA Loan
--'-'" Thursday,Oct.16 main feature "OLD
Wldefleld Scope. Orig over K50 Call 264-8905 ,
1973 SUZUK, T-500 K New R.tlre, "BEYOND THE LAW," a OKLAHOMA PLAINS," a
Sell for 1325 Dan Machovlna 772- All Wood, contemporary walnut
2532 days brakes, clutch.frt. sprocket, tune comedy starring Lee 'Van Cleef western, 60 min.Sunday.
'jj, BEDROOM SUITE: triple
up, looks good, runs good, Sat and Bud Spencer.,PG. 86 min. ,Oct. 19
dresser, large mirror, night,
MPG call before ext 2513 "
4pm
FrldayOct.n "LOVE AND DEATH, a
SHOTGUN-Smlth and Wesson
stand, 2 twin headboards, 5
Automatic "PHASE IV," a science fiction comedy starring Woody Allen
Mod. 100012 ga. vent drawer chest $160 786-0894 I
74 PONT CATALINA 4Dr. AM- thriller starring Nigel Davenportand and Diane Keaton. PG. 92 min.
rib and polychoke. $175 Call Chief
anytime .._
Machovlna at 772.2532 days FM, Ac Excellent cond $3000 or w Michael Murphy.PG. 84 min. Monday,Oct. 20
best offer, Call Lyons Ext. 161 For Sale: Car Seat, black vinyl, Saturday,Oct.18 ''"GUNSHOE"a satire starring

5-14"American BlarkFaceMags, -.-...... like new $15; Tricycle $8, "NIGHT OF THE BLOOD Albert Finney and Billle

fits Ford & have adapters to fit For Sale-1971 GreenvlllMOBILE guardrail $4, training seat $3; MONSTER," a horror' film Whitelaw. PG. 67 min.

Ford to Chevy. Lugs 9 locsk In HOME 2 Bedroom, l'/j baths, wheelbarrow, boys clothes 772- starring Christopher Lee and Tuesday,Oct.21

cluded. All for $SO, 1.Crlb$10 call quality construction, many extras 8892 Maria Rohm. PG. 89 min. "MITCHELL," an action
781.2047 ,unfurnished$500 equity take 1971 VW Sq. Back, light blue, 4 Free Kiddie Matinee. Episode drama starring Jo Don Baker.

over pay. CaJLTUTUI speed, good cond, Ltlg Mitchell 10, "ATLANTIS DESTROYED," and John Saxon. R. 97 min.

Vi HP AIR COMPRESSOR 20 1974 CHEVROLET Vt ton Custom 269.2067 _..__. of the serial "UNDERSEA Wednesday,Oct.22

Gal. Tank $140.00; 12" Band Saw 20 Pick-Up & Cab over Camper For Sale: 1974 Cobla Bass Boat KINGDOM," 18 min., -a short "THE MUTATIONS," a

$140.00; Remington Elec. Add. Truck Is Heavy duty thru-out Sell with 50 HP Johnson, trolling story,. "THE HORSE science fiction feature starring
Machine $20; Unltrex Calculator together or separate 264-9292 motor, andJraller many extras TRADERS," from the Andy' Donald Pleasence and Scott

$12.50 733-4844 69 TOYOTA CORONA- Call 772-1430 evenings. Griffith Show, 26 ,min., and the Anthony. R. 93 min.

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For Sale 1969 CAMERO-Rebuilt Completely rebuilt engine, AC, 18' BOAT for sale. 165 Mercrulser .
heat, radio, 4speed Good con 10 full Canvas.
350-410 HP High performance Numerous ,Ac-
engine & trans. ((16)) High per. dition $7M.OO7314481FISHING cessorles. 731.4005--_ '

formance parts $1200 firm RODS with reels for Wanted Female BABYSITTERfor TRANS-MA
Ext. 3708 sale, Shakespeare bailer type
seven year old girl:Week
3 Piece Danish Modem LIVING $20; Shakespeare closed face $15, '
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to 4:30
days, from 3:30: p.m. : p.m.In
ROOM SUITE, good condition HI closed facjW;_771.1779 Country Oaks. Orange Park LTD -
$As.. Platform rocker, needs
5000 BTU Sears Coldspot AIR 269-1570 -
recovering $15 Cecil ext 541 or AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS
CONDITIONER $40, needs slight Babysitting done In my home.
772-8271 after 5pm charge 771.1779 Any age child,, during day or '
SERVING WESTSIDE JAX FOR OVER 20 YEARS
night. Call 2644241. Meadow
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Sale: 1963 MG Midget very' Orange Park, fenced
Sears Coldspot, largest 110V unit. good cond. 30 M.P.G. $750. Call yard. Nice area, near school; 772- See realistic..
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CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT 1.0 roof, beautiful car NPONTIACFIREBIRD $1150
\; 72 PINTO. RUNABOUT V-8, AT, PS, radio 8. heater, very $ .
4545 SHIRLEY AVENUE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, 32210 I. (Economy) $1473 nice

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NAME PHONE I radio & heater VAT; PS, R8.H,Air, Vinyl Roof, I
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2dr 6cyt, Auto, R&H, Beautiful PONTIAC TEMPEST $7fS I

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70 FORD FALCON $1050 see this one
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I 70 VALIANT DUSTER $1150' ,.AT, VI, PS, R&H, Air Cond,
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The pressures of an approaching deadline can do
much to speed up the selection of recipe, but we don't
let something like deadlines interfere with the selectionof

good recipes. This week we present a superb recipefor. .
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Wild Rice Casserole ,?.
1 wild rice '
cup
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1t x 2 tbsps. butter r '
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2 tbsps. celery, chopped r'

...wa ....a F 1 small onion,chopped ,
% green bell pepper, chopped4oz

can sliced mushrooms, drained ':>.,
% lb. cheddar cheese, shredded AM
Salt and pepper to taste >tflk

cup evaporated milk 5' '', ::;J
Cook wild rice according to directions on'package

until tender, fluffy, and dry. S "il of!
GOOD SHOW.Cap W.J. Brandel, NARF CO,points to the 100 percent mark reached by one of his While rice is cooking, sautee celery, onion, and bell
reporting ,units during the first day of the Combined Federal Campaign. Mary Alice /Marks, pepper in butter until limp. ''":;
keyperson for the Administrative Service Department, turns her collections in to Neal Roland, Combine sauteed vegetables with wild rice. Add sliced
cochairman of NARF's CFC.
mushrooms, cheese, salt and pepper; blending lightly.

State tax code -provided to military.. mixture.Turn mixture into greased casserole. Pour milk over I,

Jax-Residents of many on pay records. before December 1, Bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes or until sauce
any
states pay state incometax Each military memberwas work day except paydaysto that forms cooks down a bit. Serves six.
on their earnings. The furnished, with their accomplish the same. By waiting until casserole is to be baked before adding
NAS Disbursing Officer is pay check of October 15, a Finance hours of milk this recipe may be prepared in advance.
required to report militarypay statement naming the operation are 7:30: a.m. to Serve with broiled chicken, turkey, or wild game
earned to the state state coded on his or her 1:00: p.m. birds.

designated by'a tax code pay record.If IRS Forms W-4,
military payees desireto available at the Navy
for venlence 8 a.m.-6p.m.
Merit Open your con
promotions the '
change state Finance 'Office, must be doted Sunday
designated on their pay completed by payees to *-PICK.UP A DELIVERY /
announced record,they should reportto substantiate pay record ROAD SERVICE '
the Finance Office, changes. MECHANIC ON DUTY
Jax-The NAS Civilian *AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
Personnel Department NATIONWIDE TRAILERSOne
Mad Foxes take Way or Round TripBOB'S
officials have announcedthe .::::;::::;;:::::::::::::::;::.:.::.:::.:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':'" '
.following list of "open '
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and close" positions !1 OAK HILL

Promotion available under Program.the Merit Canadian tripJaxCdr. I umnSERVICE


Interested persons should Harold Orion and provided brief CENTER
call details.ext. 2320 or 3448 for Midtvedt, Commanding explanations of the j ...:.:.....;.:.:.:..i....:.:.:.:.:.:.::...:..................................,...........;...,...,...;..'.....,..,

Officer of the VP-5 Mad squadron's mission using I03rd Jam mt Road PIlon"77'.9156 .
190-75-Mechanical Foxes, and one of thesquadron's the P-3C. -r
Engineer, ,GS-830-11, P-3C Orion
closing Oct: 20. Ottawa mediarepresentatives ,
crews flew their aircraft to
191.75LogisticsManagement Canada recently where were
SpecialistForeign in the given a flight on the Orion ANNUALDEMONSTRATOR
they participated
( after the air show.
Military Sales), Ottawa AirExpo.An .
GS-346-13' closing Oct. 16. '
195-75-Electronics estimated 4,000 All the visitors seemed

Engineer, GS-855-11, Canadian visitors to the impressed with the Mad <
closing Oct. 23.19975Shipment. air show waited in long Foxes and their P-3C, CLEARANCEONCE
Clerk lines for an opportunity to especially when allowed to
(Household Goods) look inside the P-3C on glimpse the sophisticatedarray
(Typing), GS-4 closing static of anti-submarine ,
display.
Oct. 17. warfare equipment on : EACH YEAR WE ARE ABLE TO OFFER -

The Mad Foxes escortedthe board and told how it, is A FEW DEMONSTRATOR AND

r visitors through the being used by VP-5. EXECUTIVE CARS AT SUBSTANTIAL
SAVINGS OVER THE NEW CAR PRICE. THISIS
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BedroomsFrom
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WE HAVE 14 AUTOMOBILES TO CHOOSE
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FROM INCLUDING WAGONS AND THE

IMMEDIATEOCCUPANCY 8:30: pm til 1:30: am LUXURIOUS VOLVO 164. WE INVITE YOU TO

Cocktail Hour 5.] pm SEE AND DRIVE THESE OUTSTANDING
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CENTRAL HEAT AIR AUTOMOBILES AND MAKE'YOUR SELECTION ,
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FULLY WALL to EQUIPPED WALL CARPET EARLY. THE SAVINGS WILL NEVERBE

'KITCHENS POOL PETS ALLOWED SPECIAL RATES FOR SERVICEMEN S60u ::cupancy BETTER.

Entertainment Nitely Quarterdeck Lounge A Dine,t B.ser's Seafood/
$50 SECURITY DEPOSIT Restaurant ISO Beautiful Rooms with TV Direct Dial Phone,Olympic
MILITARY ONLY Swimming Pool Free Undercover Parking ferrishfotoo.

8 Minutes from HAS Jax Base

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TOP LINKSMEN-Flight winners In the NAS Invitational Golf Tournament held here last weekend
exhibit their awards following the final round of play, Sunday,Oct. 12. Shown,left-to-rlght,are: Sam
Whitaker (7th Fit.),Gordon Samble (5th Fit.), Ralph Ghioto (4th Fit.), Paul King (3rd Fit.), Capt.:
Karl J. Bernstein, Commanding Officer,NAS Jax, Bob Watkins ((2d Fit.), Bill Maranvllle ((1st Fit.),
and David Oglesby,winner of the Championship Flight and Tournament Winner's Cup. PHOTO BY

MSgt. Cliff Williamson, fifth Radar: SqUSAF.JaxDavid ; .

Oglesby, a weekend by shooting even competition came from TOURNAMENT WINNER- Capt. Karl J. Bernstein, Commanding
sophomore student at par 144 over the 36-hole Dennis Sheedy, who shot a Officer NAS Jacksonville, congratulates David Oglesby ,after
the Jacksonville University sophomore with his awards for
Jacksonville Universityand competition. 150 while playing in, the; presenting
winning the NAS Invitational Golf Tournament.. PHOTO BY MSgt.
an excellent golfer, Capt Karl J. Bernstein, championship flight of the Cliff Williamson, 479th Radar Sq.-USAF.
won the NAS Invitational Commanding Officer of match. In the same flight
Golf Tournament NAS Jax, presented and just one stroke behind Ralph Ghioto's 162 was 679th Radar Sq., USAF

championship here last Oglesby with the winner's Sheedy were Bill Calais tops for the fourth flight, tenant unit at NAS Jax,

cup during the trophypresentation and Frank Heyer, both followed by George.Harris and one of the tournament

banquet, ,with 151 scores. (162)( ), Len Wallace' ((168)), .. coordinators, plus one of

V JOHNSON'MOTORS sponsored by the NAS Winners of the other and Adrian' Pouliri ((168)). the competitors, although

Exchange Sunday night at seven flights .who also Top shooter in the fifth failing to win one of the top

the Candlelight Inn. received recognition and flight was Gordon Samble four-place awards,
Oglesby's closest with a 162. Right behind nevertheless thanked the
awards at the banquetwere
BOATS him were Norm Clive weatherman for excellent
Bill Maranville:
: ((164) Bill Crement (170)( ) climatic conditions which
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'BoN1 ro BOATS ((151)), Tim Heffner ((154)),
Bob Everlith (156)) and and Jim Dietz (170)). prevailed throughout the
mEii3 s first Mel Staab led all tourney.. _
Gay (158),
7 .9e' BASS BOATS Pappy flight; Bob Watkins ((158)), shooters in the sixth flight The select list of com-
Al with, a 163, followed by petitors represented the
Joe Marron (159)), ,
d&B Selman ((159)), and ,Bob Terry Leyman (177), Bob elite of area golfers, both
Louviere ((178)and) Joe and civilian.
military
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SKI BOATSJtali&u ,Grunewald ((159)), '
FARMS & ACREAGE Wiggins (179). Committee chairman,
flight., Sam Whitaker's net Cdr. R.L. Reynolds of the
FISHING BOATS IN NORTH FLORIDA! Paul King's 154 won the score of 157 was tops for NAS Human Resources

CLYDE W.SIMPSON.CO., honors in the third flight, seventh flight competition.G.O. Management Detachmenthere
HPJIb1Ihif 1119 Barnett Bank Bldg. followed by,Mike Marriott Adams shot a 163, presided over the

MARINE Jacksonville, Fla.32202 ((159)) and Ray Krawiecand Russell Rae, a 166 and placement of aU entries in

Ward L.rgnt Jotwwen OMltr Realtor 354-U49(24hr.) Bud Houck, both with, Charlie Hallums, a 170, for the eight flights of the
U13 CLAMPING I"NDNI 1aL1111
Open DIY'Weekly 162,scores.' second, third and fourth competition.The .

place honors. 36-hold tournamentwas

Jean Valliere's tee shot played at the NAS

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The Cummer each Wednesday anticipated sellouts, QUEEN (Oct. 22)) starring Asher. THE BARRETTSOF

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Cagers go undefeated with seven wins



-,. be held in San Diego, nothing ona, team which other forward. Kennedy has scored
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"Green figures for one game. and PN3 Charles Hurley their seven games this

Gold", last year's Navy Returning starters from Other starters, for Ken- believe they have the season. A continuous clock

East Coast basketball'champion' 1974-75 are leading nedy are Roderick Navy's best with this was used for'the game in
back
is coming rebounder Jerome Brooksof "loewater" Bolden of year's squad. Hurley, who which"Big John" failed to
date.
with a 7-0 season to Ala. at also the assistant score 100 points a 67-27
Louisville, Ky., and Mobile, one guard, was .
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The 1974.75 strong guard Ken Warriorof 6'5" Henry Hollins of coach last year when the victory over U.S.S. T.C.

returned only two startersto but Checotah, Okla. Both Dallas, Texas. at center Kennedy five went 37-5 Hart. In other games this

this year's team have scoring averages in and John Harris of enroute to the Navy East season Kennedy defeated

they are already looking to double figures but that's Montgomery, Ala at ,the Coast Championships, Naval Station, Rota, 115-

the Navy Championships says, "We ,have so much 80, USS Josephus Daniels

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P ; ..(!" By Ruth Meaders through putting, get off the !

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XI e. Lois Holt had 34 putts green and do the

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.S.S' '38. The tournament was the next tee. While we are

t either nine, one half on the subject, try parking

BOWLING STANDINGS handicap. The rest of us your cart, hand or electric,

slugged around in the rainat on the side closest, to the
1'-,. ,
CONTINENTAL Deerwood making a bid next tee. If you park in
AMERICANW GUTTER RATS 19 17 for the Dixie Belle Classic.I .
L W L front or on the oppositeside
HAMMER SLAMMERS 19 21
I FLEET ANGELS 2381 ALLEY APPLES :1 13 ONE'S BUNCH 17 19 have never been so wet' you could walk right
LATECHARGERS 24 12 BUSCH LEAGUERS and cold in life. The
26 14 PAUL'S RAIDERS 15 25 my into trouble. You can

TRIPPERS HIGH VOLTAGE I 21 18 15 17 "MISFITS 500" 25 15 CPW.ll 14 22 greens were like rivers always speed up play if

NAMTD ((1011) 18 18 ZERO'S 21 241,1 15 15 EXPLODERS 14' 22 and we had to suspend you do not park on the side
BLIND RATS 13 27
MAD FOXES No.1 16 19 GEMS 24 16 play on Monday and finishon closest to the next tee. It

NAMTD(3032)VP30"0"No.l.( ) 13 19L9V4 D-KEEPERS 211, 181" ,. PACIFIC' L Tuesday. The weatherwas just makes sense. Keep
12V UNCONTROLLABLES 17 23 W 14 not much better. I did swinging!
BEGINNERS 26
FASO No.1 16 20 MOOCHERS 17 23 to hang in there
THE ERMIES 24 16. manage Results from rainy
GREENBACKS 10 26 THE FORCE
26
I 14 NWSF No.2 23 17 and win my first Dixie Tuesday are as follows:
ATLANTIC MAYO BAT BOYS 12 24
BAD COMPANY 23 17 Belle.
W L FLEET ANGELS No.2 9 31 1st FLIGHT
FASO No.2 22 18
I It really is a good,
SEAHORSES 23 17 Nelda Bradt
NATIONAL SPARK CHASERS ,20 20 374 t
\ NARJAX No.1 22 14 tournament and the people
GAFFERS 18 18 Glorida 38
W L Gortney
MAD FOXES No.2 10V! 2Vi SPLIT MAKERS 28 12 ZILCH 18 22 work very hard at it.,Someof

ALLEY BATS 21 11 ADCOP 25' 7 VP.30 No.6 17 19' the people from NAS: 2nd FLIGHT

MAD FOXES No.3 20 16 WOODPECKERS 23 17 SEABEES No.2 15 17 'were Julie Williamson, .
Jean Davis
VP-30"O"No.2 18 nvt No.2 19CPO's 37
JET SET 21 19 WOODPECKERS 9 Lassie Mahoney, LucilleRae
CONTROLLERS 18 10 SIX PACK 20 20 9' :1'LWrtm ; Lillian Oberhausen Dottie Buker -
NWSF No.1 18 16
SEABEES N0.1 16 8 and Arlene Howell. 3rd FLIGHT

SECONDS 16 24 played behind a groupof ?
Eva Philips 39
SPARKS 15 21 ; lady beginners last ;
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MWM1 Mittie Sills 46V&
9 23 BOWLINGChris
VP-30 No.S week and I really was
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HOSPITAL proud of them because 4th FLIGHTM

moved out. No slow
,they ,
GOLF Guest, Kim Anderson, Gutter Rats 8'- play for them even though Hall 41
,Laddie Martinez, Ginny Hanley 43
Kathryn
; Hogan's Heros 7 5
STANDINGSAMERICAN Taylor Vance Ailes they were obvious novices.A .
,Cindy Mad Foxes 6 6
Warren and Billy Warren led the Rolling Stones, 5 7 dangerous habit that I

Bantams in this weeks bowling. Pin Spinners 5, 1 noticed, is to stand on the close.

VP-30 No.1 W 4 L 1FASONo.l Kevin Ferry, Christine Garrity, Four Muskateers ,'4 8 green to write the score I Pool 1

31K Charlie ,Adams, Liza Hepner, lfigh Hopes 3, 8 down. The guy behind you'
handicap leaders., Michael Hot Rollers 3 9 The outdoor swimming 'pool
NAMTD be
34 IVi might an impatient type
Meissner, Kelly Sheese, John 9 will be closed
MAD FOXES No.1 ., ..3..lAmOPS Conner, Carolyn Adkins, Billy ,Pin Busters ,. '. and he might not wait for the winter months.beginning The today indoor for

2 2 Brookins and Robin Fish scorekeeping to be
NARJAX were JUNIORS your pool will reopen. after the improvements
No.1 2
2 those that rolled better '
VP-49 among done. When 'you are are completed.
2 2 than their average games. W L
679th 2 2 The Juniors were paced by Four Aes 11 5

BATMEN 2 3 Larry Veahman, Gail Sheehan, Alley Gators }, 11 5'
NWSF 1 4 Mike Rogers, Barbie Edwards, Big Four 10 6
AIMD 0 5 Marc Woodman, Laura Strikers 10 6 JIM ROHRBACHER

Reynolds, Greg Thacker,Juanita Strikers II 10 6
NATIONALW
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L Sessoms and Doug Knutson. 3J's&aC 10 6

SUPPLY 3 0 TEAM STANDINGS Gutter Dusters 9 7, ,SALES MANAGER
CPW-ll 3 1 BANTAMS Alley Kings 7'9

NDRC 3 1 W L ,Pin Ball Wizards 8 10 SAYS..
ADCOP 3 2 Pin Action 9 3 Bowlders 5 11
MAD FOXES No.2 2 0 Hot Shots 9 3 Pin Splitters 4 12 "WE ARE OFFERING THE
NARJAX No.l 2 0 Alley Kats 9 3 Alley Dusters 3 13, BEST DEALS IN TOWN.ONCOROLLACORONACELICA

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I FOOTBALL STANDINGS I Halloween party.

Jax-USO's Fourth Annual
Ipolttl O AMERICAN YP-S 7 5 Halloween Haunted House will be
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,".W L NARJAX @,1' held Oct. '28-31.7-9. p.m., at the
ADMIN 12 0 MEDICAL -' 4 84IR Jacksonville Beach USO locatedat

OPS 8 4 YP-49 3 9 603 North First St., Jackson-

HACKERS. .. '7"..,. 5 SPECIALS 0. 12 ville Beach. :

.::; tm m mmmr1lftm! mmii!!iimWm mtiitf! !!!! !! !!tIitmiiiiMiIiIiI1ifflilii! !!! !!!!! !! :! !! :. VP-30 !. ':.,:;;"'; '.. '6"5., ','' 7'6"' Happy the Clown will direct

NRMCD Grid set youngsters and oldsters into what
REC CENTER RAMBLINGSl 2. 10,, tourney will be the Fright of Your Life

\ 679th ::< I< ,i :.2 t 10: The COMSEAriAS ,ASW tour of all bewitching occasions.

"' \0. ..... ...u..11'''' \'bWINGSLANT Jax area football The USO .Haunted House is

GYMNASTICS NATIONAL., ,,' tournament will begin on Oct. 20. open to the general public as wellas
TEEN CLUBDon't Gymnastics will be starting : W ''L Anyone interested In paz: Service members and- their

I i forget the costume party' very soon. Watch this column for :k 12 0 ticipating please call the Athletic families. Cost. is $.50 for adults
Halloween You must wear'a
night. BKS 9. 3
and
information. Office at ext3239. $.25 for children'under' 12IOWA'S
costume in order to get in. The i1ol't" -

Teen Club is buying a fooz ball

out of.the money they have raised NOTICE ,( '
through car washes and bake
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sales. Thanks to all who made it /f What are Grades? Eastern?Western? Hanging Weight. ?

possible.. Cutting Loss? Packer Trim? Etc.Why .

REC CENTER gambit W* at IOWA'S BEST BEEF CO., INC., tell ONLY
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Basketball Only one game' U.S.D.A. Choice Iowa corn fed "no waste" beef. For example, when you

was played last week with Nicks BESS, buy our "no:waste beef",side, there 'Is no cutting loss, no soup bones, no
whipping the Bucks 82 to 40. All plate beef,no brisket,no boiling beef, no flank, no short rlbs'ground( beef
other games were forfeited. Boys and stew'meat optional lust steaks and roast'Our customers get the
BEEF
rr checks your schedules so you'reon 1 very best beef at the lowest possible price and take home 100 percent!" of '
time for the
games. what they pay for. Please call or come by our store. We will be glad to

SWIM LESSONS answer any questions you might have regarding the purchase of BEEF;
November swim classes are at >
no obligation.
only a few weeks away! Come by _
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VP-30 6 0 USDA CHOICE IOWA CORN FED 10% OFF-,REG.: PRICE!
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NRMC 5 1 Top Round-Steak I
From the riOUNO the sirloin lip it removed
VP-49 6 12 BEEF SIDEn.59 .Cub SteakBoneteti by Marling above the knee cap following
VP-24 '4 1 e Rump Roast lilt pipe bone and turning the knife I'!the
e Eye of Round Roast hip joint to mad' a sirloin tip The tail vertebrae
AIR OPS. 3 9 e Bottom Round Roast ditch bone and tat in excess ol Wit
VP-16 ..' 1 11 .Pure Ground Round removed The thank it removed al the
stifle|omtSIRLOIN.
679th 1 11 .If DesiredSirloin I
HS-1 .. includtl all cutset TIP 12-16 Lbs. Avfl.It .

bet) exactly jv shown removed retail.. style Marling eta point
Tip above the knee cap,tallowing down top ol
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Steak or Roast leg bone to aitch bone lOCket The silverside
and wrapped Fret f fAvi
ot lip it Separated Horn bottom round
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PURC ASE'LOIN ONLY;
/ SATURDAY& SUNDAY I MONEY DOWN!
10% OFF REG. PRICE!

OCTOBER 1$, If 'tr UP TO 120 I DAYS I SAME AS .Sirloin Steak 40-50 Lbs. Avg.,

1 1 Sud'tShu' >;., 11li CASH WITH PURCHASE OF Porterhouse T-Bone Steak Steak U, FULL TRIMMED,LOIN

i 100 t I Ibs. OR t MORE! or i Super(rimmed Spinal cord it removed and
Filet Mignon inside surplus(at dimmed to within V Out-.
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r.ig'aJ N.Y.Strlp Steak
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NO BAIT! PURCHASE RIB ONLY.. -

NO SWITCH .a Club Rib SteakDelmonlco Steak '10% OFF REG. PRICE!

Hot,Fudge NO HASSLE! Steak -

I Standing, Prime, RIB 15.20 Lbs. Avg.
Brownie Delight"I NO GIMMICKS!
Rib Roait The RIB 'It a 7-rib Cut measuring 3*from
tie rib eye on tie email end and 4'!from the
C OMPARE OUR NO WASTE i nb eye at the eth rib leaving no short ribs
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SOLO ANYWHfcRE YOU HAVE c
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Broiling Steak .
SPECIAL I Charcoal SteakB.B.Q.Sttak 'PURCHASE BLADE ONLY.

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esoneinor I ,,
I mighty mound temping Dairy USDACHOICE IOWA CORN FED Boneless Roast

Queen rich hot lodge whipped CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAKS .Pure Ground BLADE CHUCK 45-55' Lbs. Avg.
topping plus our delirious nut- Chuck If The 6-Rib, Chuck Blade h.'hlt'" Allis bone
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Cube Steak r
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Bone In or "
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