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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 33 NO. 32 Published in the Interest Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida OCTOBER 23, 1975
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I Air Show to _feature Blue Angels I


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Highlight of the twodayair aircraft:,assigned are kept

show and open house at in top-notch condition.The .

'. NAS Cecil Field this Squadron's Flight

:. : .....- '''''' ', weekend ,will be the Surgeon administers to
"'W '; .:,
:" both the
\ :, ", ." ,/;,. always impressive physical and
;. ... .t'd' precision flying of the Blue psychological needs of the

it Angels, U.S. Navy Flight officers and the enlisted

11\I'' Demonstration team. personnel on the team and

the Administrative Officer
The Blue Angels were and
Supply Officer
organized in 1946 to per-
form their duties and
"demonstrate precision maintain
of naval normal
techniques
operations while the Blues
aviation to naval
per-
are on the road.
sonnel and, if directed, to
W There are also two
the public. The team flew
Marine Corps
Jits first aerial demon- transport
pilots and five enlisted
stration on June 15 that
\ crewmen> assigned who fly
/II1i 'year. the KC-130 support air-
Today, after 29 years,
.
:: .'. craft that carries the
....r't. : the 1975 Blue Angels ac-

.'.. .,."J.,p.. '<<--i':,." .>....... /'ififk .'....."''. ....... complish essentially the necessary personnel equipment needed and to
:
( same mission. However,
:< ): perform demonstrationsat
,<:< < .. that mission has taken on show sites.

new perspectives.By The NAS Cecil Field
BLUE ANGELS DELTA FORMATION -One of the many precision aerial flight demonstrations to presenting a faultless air
be presented by the Blue Angels during the air show at NAS Cecil Field Saturday and Sunday, Oct.25U aerial to show will begin at 2:00:
of artistry
will be the tight delta formation.President display p.m. on both Saturday and
what has now exceeded 122
Sunday. Featured in rapid

I pledges Navy supportPresident Blue million talented Angels spectators and seek qualified to attract, the succession formances by will the. be Flying per-

Pierces including wing-
Ford was the guest of effort to keep the Navy suppliedwith "The credibility of the United youth to join them in the walking demonstrationsand

honor at keynote ceremonies in "the, best and the most States in the 'eyes of both our U.S. Navy and Marine "Aerobatics LadiesStyle"

Washington,D.C.celebrating the modern ships, weapons, trainingand friends and political adversaries Corps. This is an im-
Navy's 200th Brithday on October equipment in the> world depends upon the 'courage, the portant function in an all- by Sandi Pierce;
skill and the discipline of the men performances by the Navy
10.In today. volunteer naval force.
addressing the crowd He cited spending for national and women of the United States "ambassadors of Parachute Team and the

gathered in the Washington Navy defense as an insurance policyfor Navy," he emphasized. As BD-5J Jet Team prior to
Yard, the oldest Navy shore installation peace that this nation cannot President Ford was greeted at goodwill, the Blue Angels the Blue Angels' flight
the President stressedthe afford to be without. The the Navy Yard by Secretary of take naval aviation to the'
demonstration scheduledto
importance of a strong Navy. President pledged to fight those the Navy J. William Middendorf, public as a ,means of
defense II, and by the Chief of Naval begin at about 3:35: p.m.
"I remain fully committed to a who want to cut spen demonstrating the qualityof
Operations Admiral James L. Prior to the air show
Navy second to none in readiness'and ding., ) and ,
men equipment
capabilities, Navy devotedto "On"the 200th Anniversary of Holloway, III.House visitors will be treated to
the U.S.
the nation's highest ideals," our heroic Navy," he said, "I employed by music by a Navy band anda
the President stated. appeal to the common sense and votesto Naval service. When local high school band.

He went on to point out, "It took courage of the,American'people.At traveling abroad, this roleis
An A-7 Corsair II aircraft
naval power to win our freedom.It home we are making real discontinue expanded as these young
still takes naval power to progress on the problems that men represent our countryand from Cecil Field will

preserve freedom." beset our nation. It is not the. school benes'' ,present an aerial
He pledged his support in the time to dismantle our 'defenses. those who serve it. demonstration and

Washington, D.C. The Internally, the Flight members of the local

FRONT PAGE PHOTO BY House Representativeshas Demonstration Squadron
., model flying club will put
strives to set a standard of
approved legislationthat
their model aircraft
J03 DEE GINDER
would terminate GI perfection for its con-
their
Princess Ashraf Pahlavi, twin sister of Shah Mohammad Reza of Bill education benefits in temporaries in naval through Several operational paces.

Iran, arrived here Friday evening as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. aviation so as to allow our
Raymond Mason at their San Jose estate, Epping Forest. Princess 1987.Under the Navy and Marine Corps to military aircraft will be ondisplay

Pahlavi was the featured speaker at the U.N. Day observance, legislation, continue to produce the including the

Saturday at Jacksonville University. and of more immediate finest aviators in the Navy's newest fighter, the

significance, personnel world. F-14 Tomcat. Civilian

entering military service aircraft ,and airplanesfrom

.... after December_ 31, 1975 Fourteen officers and 74 the Confederate Air

would not be eligible for GI enlisted personnel com- Force other
plus many
prise the Navy's Flight
Bill educational benefits. exhibits will also be
JAX AIR NEWS Demonstration
Squadron
Veterans who were on ,
available for viewing.
active duty for 182 days or the Blue Angels.
Cecil F .
Seven of the
more, any part of which officers are
The Cecil Field gates
The JAX AIR NEWS It a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributedeach occurred between January tactical jet pilots, four of at
Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville. Florida, and whom fly in the diamond will be open to the public
by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm.All Copy submittedfor 31,1955 January 1,1976, formation l'OOa.m. and close at 6:00:
use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public would have ten years from two as solo
Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday date of separation to maximum performance, p.m. both days:
before publication. News items are welcomed from all sources.
Telephone 772-241). utilize their educational demonstrators and the
"Everything .advertised in this publication must be made benefits. ,seventh is the narrator for
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race,
;creed,color,national origin or sex of the purchaser,user,or patron.A However, no GI the aerial demonstration.
confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal opportunities educational benefits wouldbe He also provides Rpadtoriches.
.. by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print advertising news
orientation flights for
from that source" paid after December 31,
: 'Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries; concerning 1987. media representatives,
such should be directed toi j .
\ Included in the Bill is a when possible.

.. % THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY continuation of VA housing The Naval Flight Officer I '

t o I C 4565 Shirley Ave,Jacksonville, Fla.32210 guaranty benefits. The is responsible for logistics

OC>l7jpN./ Telephone 387.3566 program would continuefor coordination and public

Affiliate Member persons 'entering the affairs. The Maintenance

service in the future. Officer is in
I VOLE. 33 NO. 32 OCTOBER 23, 19751, The Houseapprovedlegislation enlisted maintenance charge of crew the

now goes to the and is responsible for

Senate. ensuring that the ten







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I Security provided for retirees ': I, tl I IBy


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Nick Young poverty level in the event of his reside with her. President Nixon in September Only 43 percent of the pre-1972 tf|
There is probably no other death. To QualifyTo 1972. retirees have applied for the
segment of our society that has He has $23,000 life insurance, qualify for a widow's The law was considered to be plan. Although no figures are I*
better family security when the and he assures his family a benefit, the surviving wife must only the second piece of major available, it is questionable if 43 j'
breadwinner dies than active monthly income through be age 60, or if she is disabled, personnel legislation providing a ,percent of those 50,000 persons t'
duty military men. And "men" is DICOMP and Social Security. age 50. And Social Security has benefit for Armed Services now joining the retired rolls N
not used as a chauvinistic term; After RetiringBut one of the strictest interpretations personnel in the past decade. annually are participating. 4
the estate left by a military what happens when he of disabled. The other law, presented by the I
woman who dies on active duty retires? The person must be in- Fleet Reserve Association as the 'Yet here is a benefit financed 68
differs greatly from that of a First, there is no six-month capacitated to the point that he or Hospital i Rights Law, was the percent by participants and 32
military man. death gratuity paid by the Navy. she cannot be gainfully em CHAMPUS bill which guaranteed percent by the taxpayers. And
The primary difference is that The $20,000 life Insurance ployed. medical care for dependents of the Social Security offset coupled?
under Social Security laws a provided by SGLI can be con Training and experience have active duty personnel, retirees, with the irrevocability of the plan 1
surviving male spouse must be verted to an individual plan, but nothing to do with eligibility It is and their dependents on a cost combine to deny many women, i 4
100 percent dependent upon his the individual will find that he' simply a question of whether or sharing basis. who have provided material and
wife before he is eligible for will have to pay premiums on the not the widow can possibly be Poorly ReceivedBut moral support for their husbands
Social Security benefits based on insurance based on his age at the gainfully employed. the Survivor Benefit'Plan throughout long military careers,
her account. For the purpose of time of retirement.Many persons Consequently, even the has not been,that well acceptedby protection in the event of their
this discussion, I'd like to consider find the cost prohibitive. retiree who spends 30 years on the retired community. husbands' death.
only men on active duty. Granted, the insurance may be active duty and leaves the Navyat
Sorry about that, ladies. converted without benefit of a age 50 or 53 finds that he has
Benefits physical examination but the several years when his wife is not
Let's recap the benefits premiums are still based on one's eligible for Social Security NAS JAX
available to the active duty age. benefits in the event of his death.
man's family in the eventof,, his Dependency and Indemnity With most families having their k. ;' ,. I
death. Compensation, the VA benefit, is children grown and the wife not '
First is the six-month death lost 12 days after leaving active disabled,it is not until age 60 that ;! t i
gratuity which is paid by the duty unless the retiree dies of a wives are eligible for benefits
Navy. This is six month's:base service connected.cause. under the Social Security sytem.A .
pay with a maximum of $3,000. Old age is not considered part of planning for
Second is the Serviceman's service connected; Normally an retirement should be the com- Sunday,Oct.'26 Thursday,Oct.23
Group Life Insurance (SGLI) individual must be receiving a putation of benefits available to JAWS (two shows) 2 p.m. and THE PEDESTRIAN, a drama 1\1.+
which presently stands at $20,000. disability benefit to trace the one's wife in the event of his 7:30 p.m.), an adventure starring starring Gustave Seller and
This coverage is elective, and cause, of death to active duty. death.I Robert Shaw and Roy Schieder.PG. Peter Hall. PG. 92 min.,
individuals may opt not to par* Social SecurityThe suggest the computation be 113 min. Friday,Oct.24
ticipate or to participate 'at" a only protection the Individual made in graph form to better Monday,Oct.27 GOLDEN NEEDLES, a drama
lesser amount than the$20,000. automatically carries visualize the protection provided, JAWS (two shows, 2 p.m. and starring Joe Don' 'Baker and
Third is Dependency Indemnity with him to retirement is Social or, in the case of Social Security 7:30: p.m.). Elizabeth Ashley. PG. 92 min. ,
CompensationDICOMP Security. And If he dies, a benefitto the period of time in the wife's Tuesday,Oct.28 Saturday,Oct.25
( ) paid to survivors by his surviving widow is not life when protection is not EIGER SANCTION, an action PETE AND TILLEY, a
the Veterans Administration. automatically paid. She must provided.Retired drama starring Clint Eastwoodand comedy starring Walter Mathau
The amount varies by the rank or qualify for it. ProtectionIt George Kennedy. R. 129 min. ,and Carol Burnett. PG. 101 min.
rate of the active duty man at the Actually there are two benefits was because of the l lack of Wednesday,Oct.29 Free Kiddie Matinee.
time of his death. she may be eligible for. One is the protection that the Fleet Reserve SLAUGHTERHOUSE FIVE, a FLAMING DEATH, 19 min.
Finally there is the Social mother's benefit and the other is Association first drafted the comedy drama starring Michael BARNEY GETS HIS MAN, 26
Security widow's or mother's the widow's benefit. "Widow's Equity Bill" in 1968. Sacks and Ron Leibman. R. 103 min. THUNDER IN GOD'S
benefit which MAY be paid IF the The mother's benefit is paid to The contention was that the min. COUNTRY, 67 min.
surviving wife qualifies. More on the surviving widow who has one retired military man was one of
that later when we discuss the 'or more children under the age of the few persons who was unableto
position the retiree finds himselfin 18 in her carerAlthough leave his survivors a portion of HONDA HONDA HONDA
after he leaves active duty. benefits are paid to his retired pay in the event of his
As a result of the combinationof children until they are age 22 if death.
these benefits, the marriedman they are enrolled full ,time in The Retired Serviceman's
with dependent children school, the mother's benefit stops Family Protection Plan providedsome
serving on active duty is assured when the youngest child reaches coverage but, with no HONDA WESTramwmfcwmmmsm
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Credit Union establishes rt s ,1 NEX checking

I ID cards '

Unit RepresentativesJaxThe Jax..A newly instituted

program of checking for
Jax Navy unit rep and to serve as a
Federal Credit Union has contact enabling the unit proper patron identification
at the
inaugurated its Unit rep to receive timely and several Navy entrancesof
accurate advice. Exchange
Representative Programwith
facilities here is
x : now in
invitations for par- Unit reps already effect.
ticipation being sent to designated are: .
LCdr. D.C.
many of the largest HC-2, YN2 Fran Hart; Norris, NEX
.... Officer has
,
announcedthat
squadrons aboard NAS HS-1, PACS Richard
Jacksonville and NAS I"andon; HS-5,AZC Ronald beginning last week,

Cecil Field. Mick, VA-12, Ltjg. I.M. .'.. : ... t.'k an Exchange employeewill
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be
The Credit Union unit Lang; VA-37, Ltjg. M.R. '.<:\ : stationed at the
representative program Todd; VA-45, Cdr. M.D. entrance of several NEX
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allows, each squadron the Trout; VA-66, Lt. C.J. -r-l facilities to check ID's.He .
convenience of having a NechvatalVA87YNJ.F.Praschnik; '.:\I nas requested that all
knowledgeable source of ; and VA-105, authorized patrons "Helpus
Credit Union information Cdr. John Carpenter.Also to help you protect our

located within their VP-5, Ltjg. Charles Navy Exchange shopping
respective units. Porcelli; VP-24, Ltjg. privileges."
This individual-one of James Gorman; VP-30, 1. LCdr. Norris em-
their own personnelwillbe LCdr. John Brockley; VP- phasizes that abuse of the
able to ,furnish 45, LCdr. P.R. Dykeman; Education program Navy Exchange shopping
squadron personnel with VP-56, Ltjg. Ike' Puzon; privilege constitutes a
informational brochuresand VP-62,. Lt. Fred Haynes; I threat to the existence of
forms as well as answer VS-24, Ltjg. Richard established at NDRC the Exchange and the well-
many of their Moore; VS-28, ADCS being of everyone who has

questions about,the Credit Edward Metzger; VA-174, JaxRepresentativesfrom NDRC was developed by earned ,the right tox. enjoy
Union- and its services.He PNC Robert Atwell; 679th Florida Junior Florida Junior College and this benefit.
will serve as a forum AF Radar Sq., 1st Lt. College and the Naval approved by the State "Most' abusers feel that
for their suggestions and James Clifford; and lllth Drug RehabilitationCenter Board of Education. The they are guilty of nothing

complaints passing Aviation Company, met recently to Navy Campus for more -than harmless
feedback along to the Florida National Guard, sign a letter of agreement Achievement provided generosity," he says.
Credit Union and thus MSgt. George Malone.: which established a PREP ,technical guidance and "Almost never is it done
helping :to improve ser Credit Union program aboard NDRC. acted as liaison between with the realization that it
vice.A representatives for each of PREP (Predischarge NDRC and the college. amounts to a form of self-
qualified Credit Union the above units have been Education Program) was Signing the letter of punishment; that it is the
employee will be named at all CU outlets in especially designed to help agreement above are perpetrator who will
designated to assist each the Jacksonville area. many of the men who Robert L. Watson, vice eventually suffer."

failed to complete their president of FJC, and "Buying NEX merchandise
DAY &EVENING previous schooling Capt. James W.. Farley, for unauthorized
CLASSES diploma or require NDRC commanding officer people is the same as
'J remedial, refresher or while John J. permitting them to enter
e ACCOUNTING deficiency courses prior to Panchak NCA the facility and collective
BROADCAST starting an educational or representative, and Cdr. abuse translates to
MANAGEMENT 'Jacolt"ts training program beyondthe Gene W. Aschenbeck, widespread, unauthorizedaccess
DATA PROCESSING high school level. NDRC executive officer, ," he adds.
FASHION MDSE. The PREP program at look on.Ijibsoil "Don't unwittingly

MANAGEMENTPUBLIC sabotage your right to
RELATIONS shop in the Exchange,"
SECRETARIAL GUITAR LCdr. Norris cautions,
,FLEXIBLESCHEDULING "and _don't betray the
PROGRAMS HEADQUARTERS special group to which you

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Albert B. Close October ,quartet of stamps
CHRISTMAS ISLAND-This celebrating the 200th Anniversary
Australian territory in the Indian of the Gunpowder Plot
Ocean has just Issued their 1975 of 1775 (American War of In-
Christmas stamps: a ten and dependence). Shown on the five
thirty-five cent pair with the cent item is the local Royal
common design silhouetting the Magazine with the hole in the roof .
Blessed Virgin Mary and ,Saint where American Army sym ffitSUNN +6, a"r. ttr
Joseph on their way' to I phathizers broke in to ,obtain HUM! v t
Bethlehem. gunpowder for the cause., The
SOLOMON ISLANDS-This seventeen cent value depicts the Christmas Issues _
Southwest I Pacific British sympathizers rowing toward the l lt
territory this month releases Magazine. Barrels of gunpowder LAFRA plansHalloween f
,three Christmas stamps of being loaded into an American 4
original and ornate designs. The vessel is the picture on the twenty ';{>: t\1
fifteen, thirty-five and fortyfivecent cent stamp,while the twenty-five party ,_ \
items portray the Infant cent item has- the gunpowder JAX M WIVES CLUB DELEGATES'to the National Convention
Jesus in a ,Manger, with Mary barrels on the beach awaiting By Virginia Henke were (L to R), Presldtnt Pat McAllister,Jean Kissner, Marge Soha, I I
and Joseph in the background; transportation. ,Fleet Reserve Association, and Teresa Hagan. Not pictured' Is Darlene Morton.
the shepherds being visited by MALAYSIA-The 1975 'Koran Branch 91, and Ladies Auxiliary ByCheryleJenner' I+
the Angels; and the Three Reading Competition 'is announced Fleet Reserve Association, Unit classes for the few weeks.
On Oct. 15 NWCA Jax 86 held its past
Wise Menon camels, just outside with 22nd 91, are having their annual
a September
children's monthly social educational The girls entered their cakes for ,
,Bethlehem. Each stamp has a se-tenant strip of five fifteen cent Halloween party onSaturday '
exhibition at the Jax Fair. Rosey
meeting. Reports were given by
cluster of burning candles at the showing five different Oct. 25. There will be
stamps
President Pat McAllister and Benjamin won first place for her'i
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'excitement, 'games, prizes and
left of the design.
Moslem Mosques or temples in
delegates Jean Kissner, Teresa birthday cake, Michele Lyfordwon
refreshments. So kids of all ages,
TURKS & CAICOS-These
the 'region. dress Hagan, Marge Soha and Darlene third place for her Bicen-
in costumesand
Caribbean islands illustrate their' up your scary
BOTSWANA-Three anniversaries tennial and Darlene Morton
Morton, who went to the National cake,
come out to the Branch Homeat
native salt four mid- '
industry on celebrated this
are on second with her
Convention held Oct. 510. Jax 86 won place '
5391 Collins Road and the
October commemoratives.Pictured African nation's six, ten, and join
cake and first with
was presented with our 9th Blue wedding place
'feStivities.
The doors will be
on the six, ten, twenty, dent October' '
twenty-five commemoratives and Gold Award and beautiful her Bicentennial cake. ,
and twenty-five cent ,adhesivesare : the 90th an opened promptly 'at 2 p.m. and t"
the NotSoNewShop
''Membership Plaque for 10 or We operate
the Ancient Windmill at Salt niversary of the Establishment of fun will continue until, 5 p.m. '
more new members for the last which is open on Tuesdayand
Donations, of cookies and
Cay, salt pans turning pink'under Protectorate 'in 1885; the 100th cup- quarter. The girls had a 'wonderful Thursday from 8:30: a.m.: to
cakes will .
be
the drying sun, saltraking at Salt Khama's appreciated.Unit -
anniversary of Accession time at the NationalCOnvention 2:00: p.m. for the 'public's con
Cay, and unprocessed: : salt readyfor to Chieftainship; and the 91 held its Annual Luau on and came back full qf venience.
shipment. 80th anniversary ,of the Chief's Saturday, ,Oct. 11,,. at 7:30: p.m. news and information for'. Bingo'is held'every Thursday .
NORFOLK ISLAND-Another meeting in London in 1895. The children of the Little Grass everyone. night at the clubhouse at Bldg.
Christmas set is circulating with JACKSONVILLE, FL-The Shack ,Studio with instructor 716, Enterprise St., at 7 p.m. The f
this Australian territory's trio of Jacksonville Stamp Collector's Yvonne Henderson were presentto New members Joy Clark, public is cordially invited. ,_
ten, fifteen and thirty-five cent Club wishes to remind collectorsthat perform their Hawaiian Gladys Williams, Coretha Scott, We' meet the first and 'third
values. The common design it meets every second and dances. Following was a and Sandra, Riddick were:, Wednesdays of each month at
features the island with a Norfolk fourth Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in delicious dinner of authentic welcomed to the club. Bldg.'716 at 7:30: p.m. "
Island pine surmounted by a the Employee's Lounge of the Hawaiian food. A Hawaiian band Darlene Morton, who is a All enlisted Navy, Marine and
radiant star. A Christmas Florida National Bank, down- was present and furnished music graduate of Wilton Cake Coast Guard wives are invited to
greeting appears around the,edgeof town near, the Adams Street. for after dinner dancing. Decorating School, has been attend. For further information,
the stamps. entrance. Auctions and swap Also, Unit 91 held its monthly conducting cake decorating call 264-3497.
BERMUDA-This Caribbean sessions are common meeting meeting Oct. 13, with guest'Kay ;
British colony gets into the U.S. happenings, according to Club Lancaster, onevof Unit 91's own l
Bicentennial swing with a late Treasurer Charles ,Winney. members who was"just elected TwIrHoIrr ADVERTISING
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6 JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER
.... .... .., .... :. '1 "-.-" --

I CFC nears midway point .'


assigned 1975 goal 4

Jax-Midway through its .continue until Nov. 14. f.
current fund drive the' The Combined Federal I
Navy 'Combined Federal Campaign raises funds for
Campaigns has received three major service

pledges and donations agency groups, United t S)
totalling almost half of the Way Agencies, National P'" .
assigned $370,000 goal Health Agencies and In- .
Initial reports indicate ternational Service 44 \
$181,000'pledged so far by Agencies.
64 Navy activities in the
Donations received will
Jacksonville Navy be divided on a percentagebasis
Complex. Thirty of those
among the three
activities reporting so far
participating groups. 1i
have attained 100
percentor LCdr. William C. Searsof
better of their
,<
the NAS Air Operations
respective goals. Department is the overall
Marvin E. Smith of the
coordinator for the NAS
NAS Supply Departmentand
campaign this
year.

the Executive 1975-76 CFC Secretaryfor fund Anyone having questions

drive advises that reports regarding the Combined i J 1

from half of the 130 Navy Federal Campaign here : _
participating units are yet should contact either
"LOANED EXECUTIVE"Lt. Ronald Tilton,VP-JO,Is flanked by David C.Hastings CI.m l ), United
to LCdr. Sears at ext. 2746
come. or Way general campaign chairman,and Dick McKenna,loaned executive from the Postal Service,as
The fund drive began their individual unit they promote the Combined Federal Campaign.
here on Sept. 24 and will coordinator.

BEST LOOKING GIRLS IN TOWN! VP-30 lends officer to CFCBesides I

fh< FAR OU
being one of the United Way as a loaned are being used with integrity
largest collective em- executive. Along with 17 and true business
ployee groups contributing other loaned executives, sense. The primary
to the United Way, the Lt. Tilton is responsible for problem as I saw it is that
SAVE MONEY! Bring your own booze! Navy also assists the coordination of employee these agencies need more
..
MILITARY PERSONNEL ONLY. campaign by assigning an campaigns, in the Federal money to keep up with
ADMISSION,, FREE!! officer.Lt. Division. His ultimate their increasing case
EVERY TUES. WED. i SUN. KITES
Ronald Tilton, VP-30, objective is to organizeover loads," he related.
.CONTINUOUS GO GO; Oji r tpm t.irr SneJv [is spending 60 days 65 separate cam- Already kicked off, this
-:-! WE ST tltti ST i vs ath st E> ''HONE '
working directly with the paigns which will produceover year's campaign will
$125,000 in con- continue until November

tributions, 13, 1975.

( MILITARY RATES) for As this part special of his training assign-

ment, Lt. Tilton toured
many of the United Way C
agencies. "I am convincedthat
the contributions
received by these agen-
cies, through United Way, 'I'M United'Wry
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PAGE 8 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER


Military Academy Movie pricesto


go upJaxPrices

applications availableWASHINGTON for moviesat

Navy shore In-

( D. C.-) Building, Jacksonville, 0.f stallations, including NAS
-Applications for those Florida 32202 or 2113 Jacksonville, will be in-
interested in applying for Ray ?urn House Office creased to 75 cents

an appointment to the U.S. Building, Washington, D. beginning November 1.
military academies for the C. 20515. The price increase will
class entering in 1976 are t partially offset higher
consideration for
For
being acceptedby operating costs.
currently
::1tI; .
to of the '' III'I
appointment one 'if;: }' Joe Fields
U.S. RepresentativeCharles i;: H f recreation
E. Bennett of service academies Bennett, t Ii,!,I director at NAS Jax,
Jacksonville. Congressman Ii advises that 42 cents from
must receive a, copy of the : '\ \ir.'It. \ :_: .
Applicants must be legal ;, '. -.rid' f.rl; each ticket sale will now
Scholastic Aptitutde Tst i" : 'I\\\
residents of the Third go to the Motion Picture
:
(SAT) or American r ; ;:J
l/ :
District Service for rental of
films
Congressional ,' ; '
College Testing Program "Pi .,
who will be at least 17 ..' 'Iltl '; and ancillary costs, up
(ACT) test scores by
of and not over from the 27& cents
years age '
If for
December 30, 1975.
22 at the time of entry in ; previously charged.
some reason an applicant t
i
July, 1976. Applicants are cannot tace one of these 1'!ljlr/IiJi1.: Under present pricing,
eligible for appointment to '" "'. the Navy entertainment
tests, he should notify the 'I ...'.....
the U.S. Military .:...' JI'\ -.. -- motion picture program is
Congressman as to the ':jj; ; !:I::
Academy, U.S. Naval ,reason why and another $1000 A YEAR-AVCM Ron Garren,master chit petty officer of the losing approximately
Academy, U.S. Air Force method of scholastic command, presents a $1000 check to Dale Carson, sheriff of Duval $563,000 a year.
Academy and the U.S. evaluation can be used. County, for the Florida Sheriffs' Boys Ranch and Girls Villa, which The new admission
Merchant Marine are homes for boys and girls from broken homes, and are supported prices are comparable to
Academy. Deadline for applying is solely by donation. the admission prices
Applications are on or before December 15, This Is the fourth year In a row that the CPO Club has raised $1000 for charged by ,the Army-Air

available at 352 Federal 1975. this cause. Force Motion Picture

Service.

I Christmas mailing deadline setThe There the current will be no policy changeto of

showing movies free
Postal Service has To the Far East, the .SAM and surface. money because these rates aboard ship. .
announced CONUS deadlines are December 2 Navy Postal Officials are lower than airmail. The showing of "Jaws"at

Christmas mailing for airmail, November 27 urge all personnel to send the NAS Jax theatre on
deadlines for overseas for PAL, November 20 for letters first class and USO Dance set Sunday and Monday,
military delivery.The SAM and October 28 for parcels either 'SAM or October 26-27, will not be?
the
Jax-The USO, with
deadlines for surface. PAL. cooperation of the Dixie Area affected ,by the price in
mailing to Europe are For the Mideast, South Usage of these classes Council Navy Wives of America, crease. In fact, it will be
December 11 for airmail, and,Central America, the causes no substantial will hold a free Costume Dance shown at the standard
November 27 for parcel deadline I for airmail is delay in delivery time Oct.25,8 p.m. to midnight, at the ticket price of 50 cents.
airlift (PAL), November December 2. Other since most overseas mail Jacksonville Beach Community
deadlines for the Mideast air.SAM Center. All military and their
20 for space available goes by PAL and
(SAM) and November 11 include November 7 for first class save both the dependents For further are information invited. call 1
for surface. PAL and November 11 for sender and the Navy ext. 3124 or 246-3481. WATCH


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po"VP. ,Jij1i;!!! JWi! ;f:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::!11j11:1ti1i111iiiiii: !!!:!!!!!!::::::! ::::::::::: iii1iiiiiijjiift!!! J

TORI ANCE'S KITCHENThe MERIT PROMOTION if'I


i i

hunting season for doves opened almost three Jax-The NAS Civilian Personnel Nov. 4.

weeks ago and other seasons will be opening in coming Department officials have 203-75-Sewage Disposal Plant
weeks. The opening of announced the following list of Operator, WG-9, closing Nov. 5.
hunting
season does not "open and close" positions 204-75 Card Punch Supervisor )
materially change menus around our house but we do f 4 t available under the Merit GS-356-4r closing Nov.;&
occasionally bring home something other than the Promotion Program. Interested 205-75 -, Personnel., J
bacon. We'd like to share a recipe taken from our wild persons should call ext. 2320 or Management Systems Analyst,''
game cookbook. 3448 for details. GS-301-7, closing Nov. 6. ":,'"
200-75 Fire Chief, GS-08M1, "
Doves Supreme closing Oct. 27. 206-75-Purchasing Agent, Gs.
12 'dove breasts 201-75 Ordnanceman (Ammunition 1105-4, closing Nov. 6. !'Ij
2 207-75 Heavy Mobile 'f*
cans beef consomme and Explosives-
1 carrot, minced Miscellaneous), WG-6502-7, Equipment 'Mechanic, WG-5803-
3 stalks i closing Oct. 27. 10, closing Nov. 7. M, j I
celery, finely chopped
202-75 Military Personnel 208-75-Automotive Mechanic, I.
1 medium ..
onion
chopped Clerk (Typing), GS-204-5, closing WG-5823-10; closing Nov 7. .,-1 1-,
4 tbsps. cooking sherry

Flour dove breasts and brown in hot fat. Drain well. "::'
VIP luncheon scheduled II
Pour consomme into 2-quart casserole. Stir in carrot, .

celery, onion, and sherry. Thicken with flour to consistency :. '
of gravy, but, avoid getting too thick. JaxAll active duty and the guest speakers. He will ,
Place doves in gravy. Cover casserole. Place in oven retired members of the be commenting on the

and cook for 1 hour at 325 degrees. Serves six. Fleet Reserve Association, latest information con '
.
Serve with wild rice, button mushrooms, and green -., HONORMAN OF'THE and their wives or guests, cerning legislation af
peas. QUARTER Navy Aviation are invited to"attend a VIP fecting active duty, retired'
Boatswain's Mat Second Class Luncheon next Tuesday, and reserve personnel of

Larry D. Bowden, Honor man of October 28, ,beginning at the Navy, Marine Corps'.
,Batmen tell the Quarter for the Woodpeckersof 11:30 a.m. at the NAS CPO and the Coast Guard.
*i VP-49, directs P-3C Orion Club. Also scheduled as guest
traffic the
on squadron parking
Navy storyat ramp. Proficiency In rate,' Local base commandersand speaker will, l be the first
devotion to duty, military Master Chief Petty Officer.
VIPs have also been
Jax FairJaxThe A bearing'and leadership earned of the Navy, Delbert D.
invited
to attend the
for ABH2 Bowden the highly Black, now President of
Batmen of Patrol competitive honor for October, program. FRA Branch 117 at I
November and December '
1975.
Squadron 24 are presenting the ABH2 Bowden,a Navyman since Jim Senberg, of Orlando, Fla. and
"Navy story" as shown throughthe June 1971, halls from Dudley, Millington Brach 86 and Southeast RegionalMembership l
of the "VP Community"and
eyes '
anti-submarine warfare N.C. He has been a Woodpecker ,Southeast FRA Regional and

mission to visitors attending the [ Mfg "N since June 1973. President, will be one of Delinquency Chairman.i ,
annual Greater JacksonvilleFair. SAY "CHIEP'-TDC C.D. j
Perron, FASOTRAGRULANT -
'
Through the efforts of the VP- DET JAX, smiles broadly upon i
24 Public Affairs Office, his recent advancement to Chief jFAMiUESrFRffiDRNKSWITH"MEALS: 1
exhibition space was procuredand Petty Officer.TltUQUANA. .
an'exhibit was prepared for I .
display at the Fair. JAX'S GREATEST
The Batmen's booth consists of
a sonobuoy display, picture FURNITURE |
boards depicting the deploymentsites VALUES! UNLIMITED CHICKEN i
of East Coast VP squadronsand 1I C
characteristics of the P-3C WHOLESALE
Orion aircraft flown_ by VP-24 PRICE TO EVERYONE FRIES
crews. UNLIMITED !
Personal flight gear is also on i
,display in the booth.AnASW film,
"To Catch A Shadow," and a 1
slide presentation prepared by UNLIMITED ROLLS !
VP-24 concerning the mission and II

operations also being of a exhibited.patrol squadronare UNLIMITED SLAW I.I I.

The Batmen manning the Til 6PM i

display are meeting and talkingto SURPLUS GOODS
countless visitors to the Fair,
I ,
creating a better understandingof DISCOUNT STORE
the"VP" Navy and enhancingthe I U I U
local 10)35) Beach Blvd 64! 6066 1
community's appreciation I I
for the importance of I
the Navy in Jacksonville.The I U .
VP-24 booth will be 1I
manned through to the end of the I .
Fair, Saturday, Oct. 25, and the I
Batmen encourage all interested 1 U I
persons to stop by and say, "1-IL" 1 II

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1 CHILDREN UNDER 10 MUST BE I
EVERY SATURDAY NITE ?'>miles from NAS Jax U ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT. 1
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A cold dreary sky hung very brisk with both teams
:'i.f o over the gridiron on the edging their way to the
17th of October. This was respective goals. A pass
the big playoff day and the was completed in a weak
tension was inevitable.The spot of Admin's defense;
Admin Madmen had however, the score was
,- terrorized the American called back with a chargeof
Football League. But now, clipping.This prevented
they had to face the HS-1 from getting a very
bruisers of the National early lead.,
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lead. it was all over.
Admin began to show its Admin had beaten HS-1 for
strength with Mark Ivey its 15th straight victory
grabbing a pass for 6, without a loss to win the A
followed by a two-point NAS Jax 1975 Touch
Football
conversion. Donald Championship.

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WE ARE NOW OPEN '
II' Take moment now and decide what you need..or.want. Then I
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY contact JNFCU--by mall, phone, or in person-to make

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Candlelight Now Serving Blood donor


Sunday Brunch/Dinner day set


The Candlelight Restaurant is now open on Sun- Jax-The Jacksonville Blood Y
from 11 Bank's mobile unit will be behind
days a.m. until 10 p.m., serving brunch
the NAS Dispensary, Bldg. 8,
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and dinner-supper from 1 to
beginning at 8 a.m. on Friday,
10 p.m..Children's specials include Shirley Templesand Nov. 7, to accept donations to the
Roy Rogers drinks. Navy-Civil Service Blood Account

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All civil service employees are s

II ,Y; NEX to change gas supplierJaxIn eligible themselves to draw from and this their accountfor legal

accordance with gasoline will be made within the dependents at no cost for blood

existing Federal Energy constraints of the retail pricing needed.
of the Federal Since the last Blood Donor Day, -
regulations, effective Oct. 28, regulations _
Shelf Oil Company will:replace Energy Agency. June 12, 133 pints of,blood have Ii a4
Amoco been released to civilian employees
Oil Company as the
and members of their
supplier of gasoline to the Navy ART SHOW SPONSORS Officers'Wives Club officers and helpers
Exchange. This means that FRA to hostHalloween families during June, July, posing with an original oil painting given away as door prize at the Art
.
Amoco credit cannot be acceptedon August and September.All Auction Friday,Oct.17,art ((1-r) Gerry Langemo,Judy Kalll,Ann Aut
or after this date and that only employees who wish to (president), Barbara Corkern (first vice president) Mel I Stars
Shell Oil Company credit cards party contribute are asked to contact .(second vice president), Libby Haydu (treasurer), and Cindy Etter.
can be accepted. For those their supervisors for scheduling PHOTO BY JAMIE BRADY.
to for Reserve between 8 and 11:45: a.m. or ito
persons desiring apply a Jax--The Fleet
Shell credit card, application Association Branch 91 will be 2:45: p.m.for the Nov.7 program. Wives' scholarship fund
forms are available at the Ser- sponsoring an open house and Volunteers are urged to eat
breakfast lunch but the meal I
vice Station. Halloween party at the Branch or
Information available at this Home, 5391 Collins Road, from should consist of very little fatty boosted by art auctionJaxThe
time indicates that it will be 8:00: p.m.to 2:00: a.m., October 31. foods and liquids if eaten within
possible to slightly reduce the Personnel of all new area four hours of, the scheduled
retail selling price of gasoline at commands are cordially reporting time.Volunteers Officers' Wives Club fund, the Wives' Club_ profits
the same time as the change is welcome to attend the costume 'under 18 years of scholarship fund was given a from the Auction will also be
made to Shell Oil Company. Any party. Prizeswill, be awarded to. age, unmarried and who do not boost last Friday night, October distributed to many worthwhile
best have written permission from 17, as more than 200 people charities to be named next
adjustment in, the price of those wearing the costumes.
their parents or guardians will turned out for the Art Auction March.
not be allowed to donate. held at the NAS Officers' Club.

I If Also, employees witha historyof Auctioneer' Tom Herreid' of Ann Aut, president of the
your rooms hepatitis, malaria, diabetes or Chicago's Robert Sills Gallerywas Wives'Club, assisted by Barbara

look tired low blood pressure those with successful in auctioning off, Corkern, first vice president,
or colds, flu or a fever cannot be most of the works presented.The Meli Sears, second vice

hopeless call accepted.Pregnancy is also a bar Wives' Club received a president, and Libby Haydu,
to donating. hare_ of the profits.In treasurer, kept the program
us for help. addition to the scholarship moving to assure its success.


cHnsu We'll send youa Pledge NAMTD Wives meetThe I

decoratorfree. Your .
u...... first meeting of the newly woman.
ee sake'A ShareYOUR formed NAMTD "E" Wives Club Plans for the month Include a
was held Oct. 6. The officers are bake sale to be held at the trainer

perfect Keepsake diamond : Janice Overturf,president;;Anna Oct. 31. *
brilliant and beautiful forever; Penneys OWN VACATION Hastings, vice president; Trudy
The November
will be
RESORT IN FLORIDAI! meeting
Cole, secretary and Kathleen
Custom ON THE Brown, treasurer.; held at the NAMTD building on

MILITARY WELCOME ACCOUNTS at SANTE FE RIVER Mrs. Scott, wife of Lt. Cdr. station Monday the 10th at 7:30:
Decorating
,with Sylvia Varnadoe and
Spring ted, unpolluted. 80.90 min. Scott, will serve as the club'ssponsor p.m.
Cedar Hills. from Cecil & NAS. ,and Mrs. Bradfield, wife Mildred Dean serving as
START$9.50 on WATER cohostesses.All .
of Cdr. Bradfield will serve
as
N $5,500 off water. All parcels over 1
771-6361 acre and have at least 100ft. on honorary,sponsor. wives of NAMTD personnel
(Sallrry of ( tm river. Long terms if necessary. Those volunteering to,serve on are invited to attend the meeting.

JCPenneyWe West Central Realty, Inc. the telephone, tree are Denise For information' on the club,
Orange Park North Mall Smith and Gail Sutton with
(Near the fountain) Broker please call Janice Overturf at
know whatyour.
Phone 2M-2U3 1-378-2308 Mildred Dean acting as chair 778-7244..
looking for.
mogtlro. $100 to 110,000 T..a...M...M. ANYTIMEI!
HS-7 Wives meet I Iby


Virginia Henke proceeds will be used to finance
The HS-7 Enlisted Wives Club, their activities during the coming
treated the squadrons to year.
homemade baked goods on The Club will hold their
MENTION THIS AD FOR A... Thursday morning, Oct., 9 at the nominations for the coming six

HS-7 hangar,No. 123. The bake months on Wednesday,Nov. 12 at
sale was a great success and the its monthly' meeting. The

50% DISCOUNT meeting will be held at the little
chapel at 7:30 p.m. All wives of
HS-7 enlisted
personnel are invited
if to attend the meeting and
ON PROFESSIONAL. you also get acquainted with each
other. For further information

contact Mrs. Clemie Rayford at
WAX JOB rentan 712-9025.


apartment or house,'protect
your clothes furniture and WATCH
I SAV-A-CAR I other personal belongings witha
low-cost State Farm Tenant : fOR IT :4
Homeowners Policy. Let. me .t
give you all the details.

CORNER NORMANDY AND GARTH PHONE 783-2970 FRANK NEXT WEEK...

(Across from Normandy Mall) H. TALLY SUPER


Rust Proofing Undercoating \ CLUe SALE

Vinyl Side Mouldings __ 1445 PH.M4.222i CASSAT AT...

Car Waxing and Buffing iiti I good fiiryhbor
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I, .. ,RENTALS '7<" ,,'"",,,}:.:.If. I 2 ALL PCT.: MILITARY DISCOUNT ,
388-4419 ,

CALL: 387.356 OPPOSITE Off 120th NAS Street JAX. 24X60 MOBILE HOME

Mobile Homes & Apts. for rent 1BR. 3BR., 2BA., carpet, drapes, kitchen !It
units for mature adults. Nice for appl.. Take over 'paymts. Call 784- ,
be late mailed for this to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday, Ads singles. From S75.Mo. Larger Mobile 1419. tI S SI
deadline
will be pUblished the following week unless homes from $100.Mo. Children
the publisher Is In- <
nerwise. A check or money: order for he cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy. welcome. Justiss Trailer Park, 389- I 1'' TRANSPORTATIONI{

RATE minimum charge (U lines) ...w.jg per 3007.

Mill to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4565 SHI RLEY AVE.additional/ine/ ((4 words per line) ...60c MOBILE HOME E2'l 8. UP, NO CASH NEEDED i'd,

JACKSONVILLE FLA., 32210 2BR., 1 BA.,AC Comp. Furn., SISO.Mo. Financing arranged, for low mo. I)

"I + $75.00 Dep., Large lot, Conv. NAS & pymts. Good dependable used cars, a
Cecil, 771-4749 7715923. good selection. 3886422.

I'L 'EMPLOYMENTj: :: ( HARRIS 388-1504 REAL ESTATE AVONDALE BEAUTY FOR RENT NO CASH NEEDED
2BR., IB A.
new WW Cpt.. AC, w-nlce
1973
ORTEGAHILLS DRIVE fam. SBR., 3BA., family home In Orange Vega Hatchback, Auto, AC,
HELICOPTER MECHANICSWith Lg. corner lots fm. rm. w-FP. Dbl. make rm.offer., kit. equlpt. Owner says Park,fully carpeted, AC $325. Call for sharp, $1595., or low mo. pymts. 388-

recent Sikorsky SH-3 experience carport, 28X24 patio, BBQ grill, 3BR. 4643 Sappho StreetA appt. 284.5830 aft. 4P.M. or anytimeSat. 6422.

Florida-Bahamas location Only $30,500. Call Macon King, home Murray Hill beauty W-4BR., 2BA., ._ NOCASH NEEDED
Preference to mechanics with A & P 7868196. w-CH&A, gar. & workshop. Low, Low ORANGE PARK 1972 Javlin, AT,AC sharp, $1595., or
LICENSE. Call ((305( 6633539.MISCELLANEOUS. $$,300 EQUITY BUY 11 Payments. $6,000. equity. 4BR.,2BA., CH&A,family rm., fenced low mo. pymts. 384422..

Lovely wooded Bk. Yd. In Ortega TWO YEARS OLD back yard, 2 car gar., on Libra Lane. NO CASH NEEDED "

t:3/ : : :t Hills Home, great has 3BR.for,children 2BA., fam.or lust rm.,pvcy.Call 'In rm.Oak, see Hill 3BR.to ,believe.2BA., w-CH&A.Equity fam.or Reilter-M.L.S.LAKESIDE REALTYINC.24-1404 6422.Ford Van,$795, or low mo. pymts. 388-,

Betty Essex Home 7812206. refinance. ? .
1U GRUMAN YANKEE AIRCRAFT LAKE SHORE CUTIE NORMANDY BEAUTY 3BDRM 1hBA I H NO CASH NEEDED

Great shape, Well equipped, "200. Real Charmer, 2BR. & Den, redone 133 Joffre Dr., approx. 1600 sq. ft. of 10'X60', Furn.-Unfurn.. AC, Carpeted, 1968 Pontiac, con ., $695., or low mo.
Payable $2100. down. tm.Mo. 387. Including new roof, W-W Cpt., Fncd. comfortable living. 3BR., 2BA. fam.rm. shady lot. Orange Park 2643308. pym ts. 388-6422.. I
3894. yd. A real buy at S17,500-Call Juanita ., covered
patio, brkfst. bar, xtra 2 BEDROOM HOME
DeLoach. Home 7720674. lot avail for $120.TWO NO CASH NEEDED '1 '
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONINGand ROOM TO ROAM ACRES PLUS Lg. Fncd. In yard, close to shopping 1970 Duster, V.8, AT, $995., or low mo.:
3BR., Lge. Fam. rm., new W-W Cpt., Ctrs., Three Pecan trees, near Bases, Is. 388-6422.: '
3BR., 1BA., fam. rm., fenced & cross Den, new WW Cpt., AC 3845849. pym ,
HEATING UNIT
kit. Appl. on a huge pvt. lot In Ortega fenced, 6 horse stahls w-barn to '
;
4 ton saves electricity with 3-phase Hills. $27,900. Call Tom Gillett Home NOCASH NEEDED
match. Off Shindler Rd., Call to see. 112 BEDROOM FURN."APTS.Near .
operation. Low hours, excellent 7781738. CEDAR HILLS LOVELY3BR. NAS Cecil Field, $80. to $110. 1970 Honda 350 Less than 13,000 MI.,
condition. Phone 317-3544, weekdays 9. $550., or low mo. pymts. 388.6422.
HEAVENER REALTY CO. ., 2BA., on Ig. corner lot, completely Pool avail 771-0348.

l Orange Park Office fncd., great for veteran, no ORANGE PARK FURNISHED2BR. I

GEORGE'S KENNELS 264.1222 down pymt. $24,000. ., Conv. NAS-Schools, children. LLOYDS CORVETTE PLACEWe '
Dots A Cats Bearded HIGH $20'l IVi ACRES pets welcome, no lease required. 264. Buy & Sell Corvettes .
Since 1925. Grooming, training, & Looking for a home with reasonable With 325 ft. on Seaboard Ave. In 6884. '634 Cassat 1ve. 3883311.,
shipping. Visitors welcome. payments. Then this 3BR, 1WBA. Wesconnett, only mln. to NAS, zoned I
Bankamerlcard !. Mastercharge Home Is a'must. Price right A built for trailer, terms to suit anyone. ORANGE PARK

honored. Off 1.10 Near Cassat Ave. & with the family In mind. Call Office for 4719 TTLE lORD Meadowbrook Terrace, 48R., 3BA., '74 HONDA CB3M .i

Edgewood Ave. more Information. BPP.EVERYTHING 2BR., 1BA. In lovely Murray Hill CH&A, Fncd. yd., Lg. Stor. Bldg., Lg. 6,000 MI., lug. ,rack with carrying
SOlS Edgewoed Court,783-1625 I GOES section. Appliances, drapes & carpet 2642585.Scr. Porch $275.00- Dep. f 1 yr. Lse. case, cover, 2 her: $850. 771-4963.

TYLER A-C (LAKESHORE) Buy the home < any or all the Fur. $18,000.LOT '

Repairs on auto AC. Central Units & niture too. Beautiful 4BR., 2BA. Home FOR YOUR TRAILER 'J>l ' window units. 4711 Palmer Ave. 388- priced In Mid. $30's. Terrific Buy. In Jax. Heights of old Mlddleburg Rd. .4Ati Custom InteriorTape player,:
5161. PLACE FOR YOUR GARDEN near 103rd St., $3500.LOW.LOW .,
panelled &
carpeted. High back
tVt Acres of High Hammock land with EQUITY 12X60 WINDSOR MOBILE HOME
bucket
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS nice new 1,200 sq. ft. Home. Call office 3BR., IViBA., BIRO, refrlg., WW Cpt., 2BR., Plush, CH&A, Carport, furn. or seats. $1695.00 Call 778-0122.)
King size bed $90., Queen size bed $85., for more Informatlon.BPP. drapes, no maintenance, $4,000. unfurn.$4500.00, 778.2615 Day, 771-7746 I
Box Spring, Mattress ft Frame. 399- MOVING UP, equity, assume payments. Nights Mr. Braxton. 1974 DODGE VAN

5990. Call today on this like new 4BR., 2BA. YOU CAN BELIEVE2BR. NAS OR CECIL 12X45 3BR. Fully Loaded, PS; PB, Auto, AC AM. \

LIVE CRABS Home in Monte lair. Beautiful shag ., IB A., Central Heat & WW Cent. A-C, skirting, storm anchors, FM Radio with tape player Swivel \1''
Wllford's Fish Camp carpet, panelled Den & Lg. eat-In kit. carpet, 24X34 attached CB gar., Fenced yard, 10X7 shed, 7711970. seats. Carpeted. 4500. Call 778.0122.
Lovely neighborhood. Much more. freshly painted. No water or sewer I
264.9707
Super buy at $45,900.00. BPP. bills. $11,500. I
MOVINGFor HEAVENER REALTY CO. LARGE GRACIOUS

Sale, double bed, washer, stereo, Orange Park Office Lovely brick home In Confederate Pt.,
electric stove, Dining room suite, 264.1222 priced to sell, owner has already
sofa Call aft. 3P.M. 7813190. ORANGE PARK, moved Call FOSHEE for full REALTY details. -n. Big Chief Say: 1

ATTENTION VETERANS AND Near school & shopping Ctr., 7pct. VA 38-l Ill Broker
IN-SERVICE PERSONNELTrain Loan, 4BR split plan, 2BA., New Cpt., 4I' New tires below
now for your future In Computer Formica Cab., walk In closets, CH&A, BOSSEN REALTYINC.
,
Operations, Programming, Drafting, self cleaning oven, garbage dlsp., Realtor-M.L.S.778-4100 ( prices
recap
Meat Packing, Livestock Buying, & custom made drapes, Washer, DR, HOME BEFORE XMAS
Motorcycle Mechanics under the new Den Fireplace.. Covered patio, w- Let us help you move into this '

G.I. Bill\, others may train now under hanging baskets, garage & util. bldg.In delightful natural wood 2BR., freshly
a F.I.S.L. Coleman American rear. Pool In ground, Ig. shaded lot painted home. $17,400. & no closing I

Educational Services, K.C., Mo. For w- Pvt. Fenced Bk. Yd. Redwood costs. <
LOW EQUITYOn
details call locally 781-2966 (anytime) Fence 2647853.
this delightful 4BR., 2BA. Home,
PICKLED ARTICHOKE ANTIQUES' LOVELY WATERFRONT Ig. fam. rm., all modern con This tire is not ,

JMS CORINTHIAN, ORTEGA Featuring Lg. home with formal DR., veniences, min. from bases &' shop. second blemished
Primitives, Furn.. Quilts, Orientals, & spacious kit., plus a fam. rm. ping. a I
etc. overlooking the water, concrete SNUGGLENext or recycled lire." :' I
bulkhead with dock. Minutes to NAS to a glowing fire In this adorable
GARAGE SALE
home. Edwardian Charm, yet modern r
O.P. Frl & Sat.. 10.", 2226 Laurel Gr. S.2,6OO.BLUE 1
MAJOR BRAND
CHIP OFFERING convenience, with wall papered kit
Ln. W., off Plainfield and Mellvaukee,
With nice privacy fence In bk. yd. over chen & bathroom, shining & new, f
Books,clothes-girls, ladles 9.10, men's15Vi 1
1300 sq. ft., 3BR., 2BA. Home with Fncd. yd., garage, $20,500. OWNER'S 4-PLY t
,
,
dishes, linens, records antiques r
WWC thru-out & kit. equlpt., All terms PAYING CLOSING COSTS. ,
rugs, toys. HEAVY DUTY ?
available $33,500.HANDY $24,500. ,
ORANGES 4.50 PER BUSHEL MAN'S DELIGHT For this warm & cozy 3BR. Home.

Satsumas$6.00 Per Bushel Immaculant 3BR., IVjBA. Home has CH&A, Fncd. yd., kit. appl., & 1GUARANTEE
7860155 CH&A,with WWC, range, dishwasher, closeness to all amenities. 20,000 Mi.
& gar. Fenced yd., with productivefruit ALL BRICK
,
EXCELLENTUSEDLUMIER2X10XU trees & a det. Masonry workshop 3BR., 2BA., fncd. yd., Conv. to bases,
2X10X20, 2X12X12, etc. only $31,500. small equity & take over payments.
Building 520, NAS Jax. 7718707.POOLTABLE CAREFREE LIVING $19,500

3BR., V/7BA., fully carpeted, CH&A, 3BR., 1BA. & fam. rm., quiet streets $17 95
pine panelled fam. rm., fenced yd., convenient schools & shopping Ctrs.
Solid Slate Bed, new Felt size. 3M X 7. '
W-Ball Return, Cue sticks and accessories BIRO &drapes. An outstanding buy at SEE THISI F..G 78x14 I/ Pin
$295.00 264.7653.REAL $27,000. All Terms.INFLATION. 3BR., plus bath with garage. Brick tu 1
FIGHTER front, & only 2 yrs. old, range, refrlg.,

) ESTATE ;J Compare & buy this 3BR., 2BA. Home, WW Cpts. Lg. fncd. bk. yd., go by 2815
CH&A completely fncd., plus a fam. West 7th Street, then call us. $20,500. 95

FOSHEE REALTY rm., owner will pay buyer's closing HOME WORKSHOP3BR. 1'
costs. ., 2BA. on corner lot, walk to HandJ78X14
Immediate cash for your equity, none $23,500.BUDGETBUY
too school, kit. equlpt. w-range & refrlg.,
large or too small.
388-1581 Broker Kitchen equipped, 3BR. Home with Ig. laundry room & workshop. FHA- )
fenced yard for small children. VA Terms. $27,900. All other prices proportionately lower H
"SHIPMATES" Between bases with all terms. $18,500. MARIETTA ,
Courteous personal Real Estate JACK V. FOREHAND, CORP. Country living Conv. to Cecil Field on F.f.T. from $2.42 to $3.02PisstngirTiriGuirantM

Service. Call Joe Roplak, Realtor. Rea Itor-M.L.S. 771-8866 Ig. fncd. lot. On dead end street this '

Associate, with Blanding Agency Inc. LOCATED ON 103RD STREET 3BR. block home has many nice Cunntetl wet K mt bards to tktkfi K Ike win*(frier.N tn fads w aril.it
Realtor"MLS" Between Cecil Field NAS features. All finance terms available. nr New I .RSM it V repay it.dur| |*l|to tte Veal sear ail an nil Hurt ittM
us.771-8036 Aft. Hrs. 781-7713 Call Today $20,000. emu pnct ptat tn.
OWNER PAYS ALL CLOSING READY TO GO '
iearasteed> 4 NICE SIZE BEDROOMS Vacant, clean & looking for a new
FOR
SALE BY OWNER
lad H mil replace It Diiriii|tir mtttft nttttt fn-rata skirt if eta corset pas
5BR., 3BA., family home, 3 yrs. old, Carpets & paneling & 2 screened owner for this 3BR., 2BA. Home. plus tax.Caaunerad resides excluded,
2350 sq. ft. living area 56000. Contact porches, plus 1BR. House on same lot Loads of kitchen cabinets &, Built In
Bob, Jackson 2845364.BARGAINHUNTERS. for Mama or Income. VA appraised range, Ig. LR, & DR., screened
$19,500. porch & fncd. yd. $23,900. :
VERYVERYVERY PRETTY .
4BR., & POOL A FIREPLACE
Like 3BR., plus fam. rm., plus fence,. & 1
new brick & CB, 3BR.; I'/jBA., Truly a home of all seasons. Cool pool
VA or FHA Terms. Only $18,500. fruit trees, patio, utility Bldg., range.
for summer leisure & pop corn &
MARIETTA & refrlg. $24,500.VANSANDT. TIRF COMPANY Usearrarow
warm fire 'for winter nights. This i
Vj Acre corner lot,2BR., w- large Den, REAL ESTATE home has too many features to list
range refrlg., t Cpts. Priced right for REALTOR 389-354 here. Call 'today for details. $37,900. <,JM NORMANDY BLVO 7860i
quick sale. Can show now. Opt n Mond.iv thru Saturday 8 i rrf p m ,
FOUR BEDROOMSOak FOR SALE BY OWNER ROOM TO GROW -"

Hill l, 2 Bath wfam. rm. Cent. Air 3BR., 2BA. Home on IVj Acre Children, gardens, pets, Privacy for a
t* Heat, many xtras, excellent cond. waterfront lot. Fronting private Canal small price of $23,000.This 3BR Home
Con v, to schools. Priced right. & Ortega River. (McGirts Creek), Includes oven & refrlg. Conv. to bases
SERVICE REALTYINC. Great spot for fishing. Includes above all terms. Call Today.
7478 103rd Street ground swimming pool & boat house. BOSSEN REALTYINC.
Realtor-M.L.S.' -' 778-40SO-24Hr..' 0' $46,500. Days 778.2615,'nltes'733 304T.; R ealtor-M.L.S.771.00

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---- -- ---- --------- --- --- 'For' ale: 19df t American Trafler2BR Motorcycle:: "1>71. Morton, 750

$ i .ext. .ht ffn.W4' : w+ets uexx CC'St?l p.w+a .xx Rw rcr "C nofik n :?fi,t KavcraaxtvatY.Mr:... ":X xa1f ,I WWCPT.'D.W., Ref, Stove, Commando Good condition, new

I CH&A. Some furnlt re,. $2,400.. wiring, new headers, $750 firm,

I .,wiTHE FLEET MARKET I I Call 772.1047 or 771-0602 771.1991 free helmet. .:Call Mark 3728' or


J I 1: Must sell 1969 Mustang; Mach !iv ...........-
.
I ''''''':'''''''''--.a''':''''''''',.'Xritivvt' ''dHMtAfcfevAehMMAvqn': 1 ',':WX.HK'''.'n\wavarrv9..t.imv.xu C''..VJX.M.....,...''xa."\4woN5.a StwNavWPaac 7.x.f/x a'nWk::4wn. I 8, 351 AT, AC, PS, Radio. $850, FREE Wood for fire place. House

I A FREE Personal Want Ad Service for Military and Civilian Employees of NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field I I good condition, call 3552 after small storage shed due for
1 I four or 3844933 before 3:00: ask demolition. Tear It down and haul
V4. ," FREE WANT AD ORDER FORMNfiTF1 :I for AK3 Bush. It away. 771-4578' after 5 p.m.

I ') .A. ... ......... ..-.........
Ads will be published no more than' tnree(3) Times. I.I
1 I1UIC. Limit Ad to 20 words or less. I For Sale: 011 Paintings, tools, ME N's 10 speed bike for sale. $30.
I children's clothes, dozens of 733.1060
.f.& : I assorted household Items,

,n,' I ) .,. Saturday 25 Oct. 9 a.m. 5.p.m. For Sale. 1973 Yamaha 650 OHC.
.
3307 Hollycrest Blvd. In Low mileage 8" extended front

Hollycrest. 244 8393 end. Pull back handle bars. $950.
I. I
,i ". .......-. Call Medley ext. 3558 or 772.0803
I Green Corduroy Love Seat, .........--
.1. l' TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW. I'I Rkently Upholstered, new For Sale: Sylvania 25" Color

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. I cushions. Also, rattan lounge television Early American

chair with matching ottoman and Cabinet. Call 772.0803 days and

I I standing floor lamp. 269-1095 night or 772-3558 daytime $450.
1 : Name Office or activity to which assigned M.T. _Medley

1 II 70 LTD, 390 V-8, PS, PB, Air, ..............
Radio. Aquariums and ac Brother, Straight Stitch. Sewing
1
Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature
i Machine $25. after 772-8537
cessories. Make offer 772-0943 p.m.
1 I
Advertising will be accepted only from active and his signature, grade or rank.rate, office or
1 military or civilian employee personnel assigned to activity to which he Is assigned and office telephone. I PCS Avacoda Clothes dryer, good 336 Neptune Rd., Meadowbrook,
1 NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. This Information. for authentication only and your 1 condition $50. B Flat Clarlonet, Oct. 25. Antique Radio, TV,
ad should be worded Independently of this Information excellent condition $75. Call after Trailer Hitch, 4B Carb., 5 HP
2.Free advertising In the "FLEET MARKET" I
Forms must be clearly typed or printed
1 will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housing NO machine reproductions will be accepted. 3 p.m. 269.1297 Outboard, Aquarium. & Mlsc
for personal use as a residence, these ads will be I ..-.......... Items. 9 a.m. 5 p.m. NAS Cecil
1 accepted only If the words "PCS" (for military), or Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In I Free Kittens to good home, Ext. 413C.P.O.

1 "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving.the the following edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads I (orange,3 striped, 6 wks.. old. Sale ....-.......
Jacksonville area) are included In the wording of the arriving after that date or ads held out because of
1 calculator Call
7
digit new $15. Hat frames, greens two
ad. Offers to buy or sell personal property; offers of space limitations+ will be placed in the following I
or requests for rides to and from work; anweek's edi'ion. Ads will be run only one time, unless I 389.0190 pr. pants 36.30, KHAK, Shirts and
nouncements of educational courses offered by non submitted as prescribed above. pants, wastes, belts etc. $40. 781-
profit organizations or government agencies. Ads I Two custom motorcycle tanks. 2100
1 for pets will be carried only when accompanied by 6.No phone calls will be accepted regarding
I One molded, one brand new. $15 -.-......-
the word "Free"
"FLEET MARKET": advertising. The JAX AIR
NEWS and AiRWINGER offices cannot provide I each. 772-9414 Chevy 350 4 Bolt Main Short 6
1 3.All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I'' lock assy.-rebuilt, also leaders &
1 "FLEET MARKET" ad form which will be printed 750 Honda Amen.
,Chopper r header mufflers, power pack
1 'In each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7.All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No I Savior Frame. Girder F.E. All beads. Call 772-2959
will be rejected. more than two(2)( ) ads per week per person will be I
1 accepted. quality brand name parts :384-
Complete ad forms must be mailed to "FLEET I 2826 Delta
1 69 Olds 88 AC, AT, PB,
MARKET" Editor, CO JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, 8,Ads appearing to be In the promotion of" I ..........-. PS, Cruise control good tires.
1 NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business or which ,do not meet the above
These forms must provide all Information requirements, will be rejected. The publisher I Electrophonlc Stereo AM-FM 8 Avg. retail $975 asking $750 'for
1 requested, ie: Full name of person submitting ad reserves the right to omit any or all ads I track, turntable, 2 speakers 1 fast sale Phone 264-1755
L MTH old, exc. cond. Budka Ext.
______ ____ _________________ ==___- 3320 73 Suzuki, GT 250. New paint,

Shot Gun Ithaca Mdl. 37 Pump, 12 level Mathematics. Call( ext. 8163 74 Mazda RX-3 Rotary Engine, 4 lights, Ignition, battery, sissy bar
For Sale. Refrlgators ((3)) $15, 20, $600. Excellent cond. Call Budka
gauge, IMP CYL. Rib BRL Cond. at Cecil on weekdays or come by speed, AM-FM Stereo 8 track,
$25. Kerosene stove, stand, and 772-3320
New, $150. Ext. 3531 or 264.2096For 7915 Blanding at night. low mileage. Call 771.1989 anytime.
drum $25. Barbells $15. Juke Box

Sale 1974 Yamaha 100 For Sale: 1973 CB350 Honda, 74 Triumph TR5T 500cc excellent $150. Pinball Machine $100. 786- Want to babysit your child. Days.

Endura 600 miles, excellent Sissy Bar Maroon, 4500 miles, condition 3,300 miles, asking 5835 Four miles from Cecil. Fenced
.... .. .
-- yard. Hot lunch & snacks. More
condition, warranty still good. good condition. $500. cash, firm. $995 Ed. Walker 389-4753 after
PCS: 3 bedroom 2 bath home In Information. Call 778-2084
$395. ,Call 269.1606 Porter 384-7972 home 2676 work 4:30:
.......-..... Mandarin. Fenced corner lot. 2Vj -..-

1967 Pontiac Gran Prix, All WANTED: Bicycle 26 inch singel Four rims with tires for Pinto. All years old. $37,900 268-2545 Top con auto 100 35 MM with Fa

Power, Extras, Good Tries, Runs speed boys or girls, Roger for $35. Call Chief Sylvester at Lens Braun Electronic Flash and
well. $600. Call 737-0409, after 6 Schockling NARF 772-2737 home Ext. 2145 2146 during working 69 FLH 74 HARDAV Cycle. 30,000 135 MM Telephoto lens plus other
268-6768 hours. ,org. miles. Full dress, costume extras $125. 771-7943
p.m.
. -........... -......-... paint, new tires and chains. $1900.
; Contact Kaplitz ext. 8242 or 772- Spanish living room, sofa, chair,
For Sale: 74 SUZUKI 380 GT, Brand new Mecca car 8-track 12'x64' 171 Craftmade Mobile
$750. 73 SUZUKI 380 $650. stereo home 2 extensions 2br. bath 8474 after 5 p.m. end table & cocktail table solid
GT still In box with warranty, IVj -...--.
Also private tutoring In college original cost $89. Will sell for .$50. CH&A, reinstated, skirting, Large HOBBY HORSE $15, Crib- wood only Interested calls please.

Call Ed. Ext. 2765 unfurnished, set up, reasonable Youth Bed $20, Cheeta $12, Baby 771.2617

264-3995 Carseat $5, Baby
Carriage
$16,
450 Honda .'
1974 better
perfect,
Gold Nylon Carpet. Deep Pile 50 High 'Chair $11; Childs Bicycle
SEE OUR Sq. Yds. $.150 per yd. or $60. for For Sale: Boat 18 VBR Cobia, 115 Seat $4, all Excellent condition, than new condition headers
all. 786.8164 HP Johnson with 25 Gal. built In must sell this month asking $1050.
264-2904 .......... John Eckert 771-4031
\ SPECIALBASS tank all safety equipment $2500.
1968 MERCURY STATION
P.U. Camper, Sun Way, 11 ft., 264.6593
; Cab over for L.W.B. $1,000 264- WAGON, AC, ATPS, PB, Disc 1974 Vega GT. Hatch back, 4 spd.

RIGS 5544 For Sale; 4x8 ulitily trailer all Brakes, New Engine, Good Buyat stereo AM-FM radio with tape

...-........ metal Inclosed $125. 264-3948 $725 call 264-2904 deck, ET Mags, goodyear tire,
. good condition. Call. 772-3170 ask
J .' ;' LAKE AS RY.110ft lake front, for Mathena.
1 For Sale: 1972 Kawasaki F-8
I 250cc $325 264-9768 after 6 nearly 1 acre. $13,800. Beautiful ...._-..

d. 1, '2 and 3 building PM! lot. 264-0101 after, 5:00: cond.73 Suzuki Extra's GT best 380 offer Exceptional, or will

< BedroomsFrom HAVE YOUR FURNACE consider good cond.'dirt bike'as
..
equity trade 771.2388
'
CLEANED AND WATCH .............
t.:1 I $140 ]t ,
what: and you tell want',us SERVICED 'NOW! FOR IT :. 71 Grand Prix, low mileage. One

t.. h1 a boat. We'll IMMEDIATEOCCUPANCY owner. Excellent condition. Makeme
fA Help you choose. an offer. Call 269-2015
wisely. "; NEXT WEEK. --............
..
.
jThen meet the! ..... For Sale: Three cushion vinyl
CENTRAL HEAT A -
.: champ in bass AIR '
r./ SUPER sofa. Burgandy with. black wood
t l Wigine dependability WALL to WALL CARPET
and FULLY EQUIPPED trim. Excellent condlton. $75.
performance 'KITCHENS WE SERVICEALL SALE Call 778-3907
! : SPOOL PETS ALLOWED MAKES AND MODELS -,

.,, 1970 Pontiac .
Brougham has
\ $50 'SECURITY DEPOSIT RICK'S'AIR
MILITARY ONLY almost every option available.
CONDITIONING 59,000 mi. valid inspection, good
8.Minutes from NAS Jax Base condition $1500.' 264-2182
J1 14 Minutes from NAS Cecil REFRIGERATION ..
r -. ......

.. '....... & HEATING SERVICECert. ORANGE PARK 1969 VW Bus. Excellent

( M-391)) Ex.Navy Corner US, 17 Mechanical condition with rebuilt
t70RANOe! PARK, 2045 JAMMES PH 711-3111 388-5972 & Klngsley Avenue engine. Some body rust $850.
,TPHONB3444SOS! A Mon.-Sat.,9.6,'Sun. 1-6 CALL PHONE 264.0042 268-2558
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.: :::1 ii:8tt:;:::;:::1 ;:1;;; ; 1;111111; 1 ;111 11j 11111 1 11111 11 1j1 1 j 11; 11t11j; j j 1i1 @;111jj11; f.11jj111j;; ;; ;;; mm1;; 1:::' plifier$20. 368-1630, 36 watts. Good condition- Oaks 3:30pm: Orange to 4.30pm: Park, 269-1570 In Country miles 1973 Vj only.HONDA Needs 350-CB horn ,to 6500 go

I FLEET MARKET -.....-.... ..-...... through Inspection. Helmet &
L 69 Camero R.S. 3274 speed Mech Safari TRAVEL TRAILER for Sissy bar Included. $575.00 Ext .
excellent radio heater. Tach .Sale Must Sell ASAP. Make 2215 or 264-7256 ;
-- -- --- must sell before the big cruise reasonable offer after seeing 778-

(Continued from p.geI4)) For Sale or Trade 786-3269 0347 For Sale 23 Foot Westwlnd,cuddy
70 Winston Travel Trailer.-18 FT. Falrlane wagon PS R&H; 1963 AT Ford$175. ......-.. cabin, canvas, trailer, 155 HP
self-contained. Sleeps 4 Biro. RC Airplane and transmitter $30. 1973 HONDA -450 Double PCS-For Sale-14 CONCORD OMC 10, two radios, depthf Inder,
Electric Brakes, Jacks &: Spare 778. 89 overhead Cams 8,575 mi. $750. MOBILE HOME CA 12x65 3BR, 2 compass, aux engine, many
tire. Good condition and Call 7710782. Cecil Field trailer Bath, 10x10 Storage Shed. No extras for appointment call 2792or j
reasonable price. Call 778-0467 FOR SALE + 1974 Park No. 5038 equity-Re-finance Balance thru 7811579* 1

after 4 p.m. bath, trailer. 12x65 Concord, carpeted 3br.2, ......-.. NAS Cecil Field 778-0347 ....._.. '

cent. Air & heat, storage shed, Yamaha 1972, CT2 175cc street. CRAIG CAR 8 track $30, $4.00-18:
Honda for sale 1973 7501400 miles swing set, 778-0347 before Nov. 1. trail I, excellent cond. $375. Days Would like to BABYSIT for InfantIn tube $3, $3.00-19 tire $12,' 12"

good condition $950. Call after .....-..... Jax ext. 2380 Eve. 282.1434 Fisher my home on base Reasonable Trailer Tire and Rim $15,786-5735

4:30: p.m. 764-5844 Travel Trailer $400; 16ft. good 771-0474
condition, Toyota Carona 74 4 spd. AC 27 M-l Garrand National, Match
toilet, Ice box, stove,
PCS Mobile Home unfurnished, metal overall 778-0347 mpg $2895. Pinto Squire Wagon FREE KITTENS-Solid Black RIFLE .30.06 Cal. Excellent .

3br, ,1\2 bath, central heat-alr, ............. Deluxe 74 AT, AC 7,000 mile 771- with Blue Eyes. Just in time for Cond< .r i for Competition
full carpet Box 5990 evenings Halloween' 7 weeks old 264.5379 Collector's Item. $300 firm 786-. !
range except
gas Springs and foam rubber
...........
5735
kitchen,shed,fence 264-9282 afterSp.m. mattress for dbl. bed. Good cond.
both for $20. 264-6345 70 Chrysler, Newport good shape, For Sale-DINETTE TABLE 6
AC, AT, PB, $900. Call 772-2504( chairs$50,1 mattress box spring, For Sale: Winchester Model 94
headboard $50 General Electric .30-30 $60.00 Like Brand New.
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WANTED: one officer's service Baby sitting In my home, days, I
Babysitting My home fenced REFRIGERATOR $65 7305 Mike Ambrose 3148 or 264-4382
blue uniform, size 34.
dress clean
pants home, big fenced yard lots .
...
Rd N.
yard centrally located on 103rd. Ridgeway 771-0913 ---
30-33; coat 40 regular. Call 771- of toys, balanced meals,
3211 ext. 260 ask for Hayes reasonable prices. very between NAS and Cecil Meals 1971 22ft HOUSEBOAT, sleeps 4,
Normandyarea.
.-..-.. 786.8150 Included. Call 778-4693 Spanish DINING ROOMPecanwood complete galley, head, 10 hp
Wonda Chair complete with Crib Table, Six Chairs, Buffet- auxiliary, assume Credit Union I
For Sale Cure-Ride Air Shocks large Breakfront. Will sell loan of $104 monthly and $600
will sell seperate. Best offer 786- For Sale Twin bed with metal
fits small car six months old. separately 384.1721 equity. 264-4922
3827 frame no head board excellent Call I 778-4693 ............ 10...._... t
condition. Call I after 4 p.m. 778- ............ 1973 SUZUKI T-500K looks good,
For Sale: Swimming Pool above 4076 Wanted: Remington or Ithaca
ground,24 ft. round with brand Lot for rent: 110x300 Chain link SHOTGUN, 13-15 foot Jon Boat runs good, 50MPG $600 or best
fence$65 mo. $100 deposit. Ridge and Duck call 771.8075 offer (going to sea) Ext'.2513:
sand filter complete outfit For Sale GE Electric! Decoys
new : Dryer 4
wood. Orange .Park. 264.9704 ...........
$300.00 would like to sell fast yrs. old. Good condition. Works .
after 5 p.m. Desire forming CAR POOL, Monlynco'
Phone 264-3007 good. $50. Call I 786.7708 1971.VW CAMPER R AM-FM radio,
Ga. to NA Jax-Contact
.......-....
heater excellent condition
1968 Ford Torino PS, PB, FA gas ERT Law 772.2636
For Sale: Crib with mattress $20, PCS For Sale: 1973 Titan Mobile 781.1059 after 6pm
Excellent shape. Must see to
Mesh type playepen $20, Car seat Home. 3 bedroom central air & -- For Sale, Navy'Blues i & Whites
believe PH. 781.7521 or Cecil 8410
(never been used) $10, High chair heat already set-up In continental Also 6 sets Seabees Greens also
CANOPY BED-Slngle Two(2)Box ( )
$8. Or best offer. Call 388-0369 mobile home park. Call 264-3853 -......... Springs and Mattress, $50.00 rain coat-out of Navy & have
anytime. Wanted Female BABYSITTERfor complete outfit.Med Size 772-2903
Tel 284-5238 ........ ,
Lafayatte AM-FM Stereo Am Girl, Age 7, weekdays, from ........... ;
FREE German Shepard (Continued page 16)) .
Trained male. Also, Siamese .
Female Altered Cat. Loves MICHELIN NATIONAL MICHELIN I

people. 778-0347 after 3 p.m.

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AC and tent 772.9070


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New 1975 GIBSON Les Paul For Saleh! 72'' CB 450CC HONDA .Boys Spyder BIKE I $15,.Boy Scout
Bit ..' &mllimM: t b@)@ Custom with case. Beautiful Call low mileage, many extras PCS, Rucksack & Frame $12, Trlus
Perry after 4:00: PM at 778-0080 Call Skidmore Ext 3011-3012 Mechanical Clay Target Trap
FLEET MARKET .-........ Home till 6pm 264-7108 Includes portable Mount $18, 771-
?5" B.W RCA Console TV In 3719

outstanding" condition, Beautiful (Officially Reassigned).. '3 ....,_... \ '
(Continued from page 15))) DAMASK DRAPES-Whlte on picture.Cheap. Call 778-0080 after bedrooms, 2 bath, double garage, Planet of the Apes Village 4 Apes,
FRA Members need to man white, 1 Pr. 104"x80", Thermo- 4pm central air-heat, fenced yard, 7 1 Astronaut $13.00 Chllds Antique
Recruiting booth at Cecil Field Insulateed, excellent condition .......... Pet. 'VA Mtg, 42000. Orange Desk & Chair. $25.00 10 Gal.
Air Show,Oct. 25.2611AM to 6PM $20 Phone 772-7435 Prestige ELECTRIC GUITAR Park Call 772-2915 Aquarium $5.00 771.3719 "
Contact Joe Bodin 771.1892 ...--.. Duel Pick Up Cue & Amplifier$75 ..-.-...
:' :.. ....-... DAMASK DRAPES-Belge and 781.3237 1969 Firebird, Economical OHC 70 EL CAMINO, GOLD,
Early American 3 Lamp Cream, 1 Pr 104"x82", 1 Pr 6cyl, eng, new, tires, vinyl top, AUTOMATIC, RADIO Heater,
CHANDELIER 'firm queen size 48"x82", Thermo.1 nsulated 'Room Size GOLD CARPETS power steering, R&H., $650 PH AC, PS, 307cu In V8, Goodtlres,
mattress, 2 PR Thermal White Excellent Condition $30 Phone $30.00.after ,5:30: 384197918'Flberglass 264-2973 very clean and runs good, $1475,
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drapes 84"x72" 778.2829 after 772-7435 call 264-4393 evenings
5pm Launch 4cyUnder 70 HONDA 350, Runs good New'
For Sale: New Crane Fireball Diesel 1.0 Good condition great Pint Job $400 Call 264.2829 TIRES For Sale-three 8 15x15' .
4G78-15 Goodyear TIRES plus 1 Cam, four Barrel Manifold and workboat 249-3474 -.....-... TIRES, Like new tread, $20 ea or.
extra tire. 7-800 miles. $100 or New 600 CFMI.+olleycarb for 289 .,....-.. Wonder COLT $15, wonder all 3 for $50 Call 264-8077 PCS
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best offer. Call 268-2443 Call 772-1704 after 4:00: 15' 1970 Fiberglass BOAT ,and CHAIR Outfit$50, Desk and chair
motor, ((35 HP)' ,$400 Good con- $35, 12x13' Red Carpet and pad Orange Park High School

68 GMC PU Radio&Air$600 Duty PCS For Sale or Rent, V3 BR, ]n'2 dltlon 249-3474 .. $45, Crib, Walker-Jumper, 77)) Students available for
Phone 3637NAS( ) Home BA, BIRO 2 AC, Fenced Lot, -..- 3623 BabySI ttlng.afternOons,
Evenings 268-6492 'NAS Jax Back Gate, Orteta Hills For Sale 1974 TM 125 Suzuki $400 ..-..... evenings, weekends, experlenced -
Dr. Cash to Mortgage Pet VA Call 778-3319 anytime For Sale 1969 PONTIAC' dependable
WELDERS; Hoods, leather 388-1967 LEMANS 350 4 Speed PS/Needs references exchanged
jacket, stinger, hard hat, gogles, 71 Ply Satellite Sebring + PSAT, Body work, Good running cond. Meadowbrook Area 264-3627
also, ski belt, helmet, best offer HONDA: CL 450 Runs and looks vinyl top, exel condition 18-24 Asking $375 Call Cecil Field: 8139or
for,each or all; Cathy 3086 good$400 or Trade for fishing Rig. MPG, $1300'car bed $10 783-2696 8196For For Sale COUCH, Chair, coffee
Call 388-3664 after 4pm Table and two end tables. .781-1225
For Sale: 1975 HONDA,CB 125, 1967 Sunbeam Alpine 4cyl,4speed Sale 196912'x60' TRAILER' 2 -..-....
low mileage. Call 772-0715 or ext. For Sale-2 Yr oldG.E..2 Door engine & taxes good Asking Bed Rooms, cemet: steps 2 ,AC, For, Sale-Maytag WASHER. .
281-285 at Cecil Field REFRIGERATOR Harvest Gold $500.00 Call Burt 772-2830 DWH, Good Deal for Single Person on water Levels, 2., speed. 3 water ,
-..--' $85.00 Call Splnger DWH 772-2171 771.2069 AWH Young.Married Couple Call 771.3.c5.c temperatures, $25, 264-1520 ', '
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with $300 In chrome extras For Sale} : Hotpolnt Stove,40"two .-.-- '73 MA2DA STATION WAGON,' '
$1,500.00 fir price call 778.2257 1974 500CC YAMAHA Good ovens, white,' $50.00 Hotpolnt Ladles SKATES White, like new good{ condition,, 4 speed. .AC,,
after 1600 or 772-3011 prior to 1600 condition, recently overhauled refrig, white, $75.00 781.2385 $40, Size 8, HONDA SL70 "72" assume payments,: + equity* ,
and tuned, $1195 PH ,269-2357 Needs Miner Repairs, asking $75 phone 268-6606 after 5pm .
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LUGGAGE-2 PC Set, large For Sale:.1 Lot 80 by 125.at Port'' For'Sale'or Portable Automatic Call 269-1580 after. 5pm. 69 CHEVY % ton CAMPER .' ".
pullman and Garmet bag, red St. Lucie, 40 miles North of West WASHER, General Electric.'One -- SPECIAL-AM.FM: radlos! \ }intercom '; "
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.@ mtgmMt t.tfitNX.lii.ti is a pretty good paper, but I
mAW W. would like to see more sports

I LN INQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHER coverage."




I Our photographer strolled around NAS once and 0 + ,, I
again
asked: DO YOU
THINK
lAX AIR NEWS
CAN BE IMPROVED AND, IF SO, HOW?


Improved. I think it is a good a .

A publication and it has improvedover
.k the last year. I would like to

see more human interest Karen Yenser, Word
stories."
Processing Center: "I 1 get tired of
r seeing people shaking hands. I do 3

; like some of the articles about
_"I. aNI the nriMirm thtv
Cdr. Zimmerman, Human
J. participate In." Relations Officer: "I think It

s should publish positive news '
r emphasizing the positive aspects' '

PH2 Richard Snipes, Photo w 1 of programs, while still being
Lab: "It can be Improved. I honest."
Lt. Cdr. F. Lehardy, Executive
would like to see some relevancein
Assistant: "Yes, it should be
JAX AIR NEWS. I want to see
more reader oriented. Provide:
articles regarding life at NAS
more articles/ informing people of
Jax concerning living con services and benefits. I'Jlllk. to
ditions, working areas and Jf see more thought provoking
recreational facilities. I would "*
Master Chief of the editorials.
Command,
also like to see interesting and
AVCM Garren "Yes,
: Get
away
valid information pertaining to ,
from executive level stories and SA Glenn E. Tate, Admin: "I 1
advancement, educational
delve Into articles/ for the sailor. look forward to reeding JAX AIR
benefits,medical benefits and the
The sailor wants to see photos of NEWS sports page every week. I
G.I. Bill for the service I
person. sailor "Smith" returning from do wish the sports edition wouldbe r
want less filler news such as
reenlistments, advancements deployment, not CO's and XO's fl more informative and have
greeting commodores." more action pictures."
and social functions. Put
legitimate news in JAX AIR
('dt
NEWS. n"nn.nno.. ._.. ..._'n
a
Editor, JAX AIR NEWS Tf:

d Yes, and I think the .,first step' ,,
toward Improvement would be .
,to get rid of 'the Inquiring. ,
(
r Photographer. ,"I', :M,.t' I'I


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CARRIERS. :" A TRADITION"'
ETR2 Willard Brown, -- OF SERVICE;
Operational'Services: "I think It

Leo Drake, Office Services PHAN Kathleen A. Giesel,
Supervisor: Having; recently Photo Lab:"I don't think that the
reported NAS Jax from average reader of the JAX.'AIR JAX NAVY fEDERAL,CREDIT UNION J':-}
another Naval Command, I was NEWS is that interested In
AA Cathy Biller, HS Wing No. .
very much Impressed with the everybody's reenlistments. More I I''
h "Yes, I really don't read it
JAX AIR NEWS as very in- human interest articles would be
because there seems to be only "
formative to
newcomers. appreciated.
change of commands and Every Day Is BargaIn Day
retirement ceremonies. I guess I
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the paper caters to senior officers BARGAIN HUNTER'S PARADISE! Open Monday thru Friday,4:00 t114:30'p.m.I .

more than to the younger enlisted (It's where everybody's going!) '
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CECIL FIELD SPORTS mail fraud lawsWe
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by Paul Poczobut Jr. The top five in these decided upon a two These are the teams in
The qualifying rounds categories went to NAS division system: The each division for the all know that you don't
for the Navy's 200th birthday -Jacksonville for the finalsat American and National second half: get something for nothing.
tournament held at 1:00: p.m., on Sun 19 Oct. division. The Americanwill AMERICAN Every now and then though.we' ,
NAS Cecil Field got un- 1975. The categories not start and play on MARINES work-at-home come across a opportunitythat chain letteror

derway at 1:00 p.m. on the listed above were, Tuesday and Thursday, SUPP-AIMD seems good enough to be
18th of Oct. with qualifying civilians, retired and while the National division VA-82 true. But according to the'

rounds closing at 7:00: p.m. retired dependents, each will be Monday and VA-81 No.2 Postal Service, it may well be
There was a fair turnout, catagory receiving only Wednesday. At the end of VS-28 '>, \l'i\., part of the recent increase in
with 23 active duty bowlers minimum entries.BASKETBALL the second half the winnerin VA-174 ', tr,*,:"<<'.> bogus 'schemes for work-

trying to qualify for the is just each division will play NATIONAL .' ',f "', '..'I finals held 'at NAS around the corner and one another to determinethe VA-81 No.1YVS32 ', ) spondence schools and even

Jacksonville. 19 Oct. 1975. there will be a meeting of second half Champ. If l' ,. ;: ", .' chain letters.
Listed below P are the top 10 all departments to have Supply-Aimd win their VS-30 '.., Apparently mail order
bowlers. teams sign up for this fall division and lose to the VA-45 '; swindlers are using current
ACTIVE DUTY MALES season. Representation at National Champs, they VS-24 economic conditions to gyp
Clift Ball 590 this meeting is mandatory.For will then play the National VA-83 schemes.people through To help a consumers variety of

Ellard Pritchard 581 more information call league Champ again. The Come out and see some avoid being cheated the Postal -
A. E. Alcoran 575 497 or 498. first half of the season really tough games' of Service has published a
'James A. Edens 570 Last Thursday was the finished this way:, football. These guys like booklet called Mail Fraud
Robert Priest 561J. last game of the. first half blood, guts, and veins in Laws. A free copy may be
E. Garner' 554 of the football season with SUPPLY'AIMD their teeth ,(especiallyTrinci obtained by writing Consumer' -
Harvey Rice 552 Supply-Aimd in first place. ). Information Dept. 54,
William Eigenbauer 545 Two weeks ago the Cap- VS-32 VS-28 ,V.' fl.',\" The 'second half of the Pueblo, Colorado 81009.
t.
Gallineau 529 tain of the Defensive unit MARINES *: '*$- GOLF season started witha
Paul Poszobut Jr. 521 was injured during the ,,I"
VS-30 *} point system, "that goes ,
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ACTIVE'DUTY FEMALE start of the second half I, like this Each win
VA-174 .., : by a
Cecile Hutto 48 J with a broken arm. VS-24. .' ." team is given 2 points anda
DEPENDENTSJane Monday started the VS-22' ; defeat subtracts 2 points.
Garrett 600 second half of, the season VA-45 I ,;- The' standings as of last
Mila Standage 488 and with 12 teams in the VA-87 Monday 'are: ..

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I c"tl FAIRWAY FOOTNOTES netters _."':./. ...,.. .....

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rounds of 74 and 70. Penny Bennett, defend base 'ft'rfeV*?: ..

After Saturday's 18 holes, I Rose WeirThird
overheard one of the older participants Flight
mutter that those young Catie Nichols VP-5's tennis team is undefeated this fall in defense of

kids would fold on the second day. Eva Phillips their NAS Jax base title. .s- f
No way. Ole Dave was out to win Ruth Zolner, Betty Gustin (tie) .' Ji
and he did, very nicely by about 6 Fourth Flight In the fall opener the Mad Foxes shut out Air Force
:" shots. (Katherine Harkins by taking all five matches. The number one FOX netter,
A+'l hI TIP OF THE WEEK. Pat Oglesby LT. Buzz Beauchamp won in straight sets as did''the

J' Never expect your teenage Agene Howell doubles combination of Lt. Jan, Milligan ,and Ltjg.Max .
opponent to fold. Seriously, here Overall net winner
is Ruth Meaders Lindner. Ltjg., Dave Seckinger, Lt.Jan Milligan,
your tip, short but
c E \. lIi. better balance at address sweet,:keep For and Chief Earl Porter all won their+ singles matches

I By Ruth Meaders the weight positioned on the in- Volleyball easily thus giving the Foxes the 5-0 shutout. t
At last the rains have abated sides of your feet. Play for today
VP-16. Ltjg. Dave
The Foxes'' next victim was
and the course Is drying up was "Electra"
r' somewhat.We will probably havea FIRST FLIGHT' players neededJax Seckinger and Chief Earl Porter posted wins in straightsets

drought during the fall months. Lucy Powell Navy Flyers 'Volleyballteam and then teamed up to win the doubles confrontationalso

We saw some fine golf duringthe Shirley Laxton will commence practicesoon in straight sets., Lt. ,Jan Milligan. split sets, but
men's invitational over the]!* Lucille Rae and are looking for players. emerged victorious. .
weekend. Young David Oglesby Second Flight Last year's team won the 6th
t t is to be congratulated for his two "'Cookie Kennedy N.D. and Solant Regional tour- VP-5 then turned in its, second shutout of the sea'sonby

naments. They also participatedin defeating VP-49 by the score of 5-0. LCdr. Jan ..

::::11i iiWtiJt1@jt1j1111i1i; ; ;! ij; ili fiiiittijtt; jti iti@@jjjM tti@1jM ii1iiiti the All-Navy tournament. Niessink, Lt. Jan Milligan and Chief Earl Porter all won
I.r Many players from last year in two sets with Ltjg. Dave Secklinger splitting sets to

i i REC CENTER RAMBLINGS I will Rich be Hardesty returning.ofFASOTRAGRULANT One returnee, win. Lt. Jan Milligan and LCdr,. Max Lindner again

----... --- made the teamed up for doubles which was won handily.

I, TEEN CLUB terested please attend the All-Navy and All-Interservice All HS-1 forfeited their doubles and number foursingles,
Cornerstone will be the band
organizational Star teams. He also
i meeting Tuesday, participatedin match to the Mad Foxes in the most recent VP-5
for this Saturday night. Nov. 4th' at 7 p.m. in theDependent the National Volleyball .
:; Remember there will be a Rec Center Bldg. 523. Championships and AAU tennis victory.VP-5 lost the number three singles match
Halloween party Oct. 31. SKATEBOARD CLUBA Tournament. Also returning will while LCdr. Jan Niessink and Ltjg. Dave Seckingerboth

f Costumes are required. skateboard club is in the be veteran All-Navy performersJim posted easy wins. ',1
LADIESVOLLEYBALL forming stages at the DependentRec Mason and Steve Evans.
I There has been some very Center. Come by now to sign Anyone desiring to join the The VP-5 netters are well on the way to the successful
f I exciting games going on at the team contact coach Bill ,Aaron, defense of the NAS Jax base title. The Foxes stand at
1 Rec.Center.The standings are as up.SYNCHRONIZED
SWIMMING ext. 3005. the top of their league with a cumulative record of 22 and
follows: .
HS-1 Sea Phillies 4-0 Classes COMES in TO'Synchronized NAS 2, and stand ready to meet the challenge of the matches.

HotShots 3-1 swimming will now be available tFARMS that lie ahead. E
Turkeys 2-2 free of charge for' all girls 12
Sparks 2-2 years and older.If you not yet

I Big Ape Banas 1.3 12 you may try out to'.test your
Sharks (CM) ability as a great deal of swim- ,.
I ming is required. in-
GYMNASTICS terested should be qualifigirls{ at '., erguouh'oeCLN'
,. New gymnastic classes are
least intermediate swimmers.
beginning at the Dependent Rec. & ACREAGEIN TUDtreiiittriori
The classes will be taught: by
Center. Mrs. Louise Morrow will
Mrs. Doris Oliver who is new P to NORTH FLORIDA!
be instructing the classes. Mrs.
,t NAS JAX coming here from'Lander I
Morrow has coordinated the Wyoming. '' CLYDE W.SIMPSON&.(0..
gymnastics program as well as Classes will meet at the indoor 1119 Barnett Bank Bldg.
coached many varsity girls Jacksonville, Fla.32202
pool on Saturday mornings. The PHONES;JM-400J,JI4-t2
sports. first organizational meeting will Realtor 356-684'(24( hr.) S03V TIMOTHY LANE
Classes ,will be divided ac- be at the indoor pool Bldg. 614 Where Lakeshore Crosses Standing
cording to'age and ability. The on Sat. Nov. 1 at tf a.m. If further
classes will be open from 6-year information is desired please call
olds to adults meeting once a Mrs. Oliver at 77W173 or Mrs.
week for ah hour. The fee will be Marsh at the Dependent Rec 27.950
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Kim Anderson led the Bantam girls this week with a beautiful game
.r and series with Liza Hepner, Toni! LaVigne and Kathryn Taylor close
behind. Chris Guest, Michael Jarmuzek, Mike Dixon and Vance Allis
were among the boy leaders. Belinda Haldeman, Frank Horton, Kelly
A Sheese, Sean Konzal, Kim Brookins, Jeff Mendilla, Christine Garrityand
Kim Gibson were some that rolled better than average.
Mike Rogers, Gail Sheehan, Kevin Mason, Barbie Edwards, Larry
Veahaman and Susan Taylor paced the Juniors with Rick Reynoldsand
Grey Thacker having a good day.Woodpeckers n
BANTAMS JUNIORS
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Pin Action 12 3 Big Four 13 1
Gutter Rats 11. 4 3J's&aC 13 7
1 Hot Shots 9 6 Four Aces 12 8
Alley Kats 9 6 Strikers 12 8
Mad Foxes 8 7 Alley Gators 12 8
Four Muskateers 7 8 Strikers II 11. 9
Hogan's Heros 7 8 Gutter Dusters 9 c' 11
Rolling Stones 7. 8 Bowlders 8 i 12
High Hopes 6 9 Alley Kings 8... 12
Pin Spinners 6 9 Pin Ball Wizards 8 .12
y Hot Rollers t 11 Alley Dusters 6 14
n Pin Busters t 11 Pin Splitters 5 15

Rear Admiral Norman K. Green, center, stands with the winners of the 200th Birthday Bowling MarinesBy I
tournament after presenting the awards. The recipients were, L to R, Linda McCune, Judith Lit- ran, ,;
tlefield, Caroll! Cowan, Nick Nicholson, Robert Hull,Cliff Ball and Dorothy Mason (not pictured). -
Rich Nash Brown, 3-6,6-3,7-5.; The Marines'
The VP-49 tennis team con- Laven Gaiter then defeated Rich
rolledFinals tinued its winning ways Oct. 15 by Connelly 6-4", 6-0 in the No. 4
_ Birthday bowling
tourney pinning a 5-1 defeat on the singles.
Marine Air Reserve Training Joe Mosier and Rich Nash put
of the 200th birthday employees with a 932. Nick bowl for the titles. Detachment. In the No.1 singles, VP-49 back on the winning track
bowling tournament were held Nicholson's 1241 topped all op- Rear Admiral Norman K. 49ers' Ed Waller posted a 604,6-4 however as they notched a win in
Sunday, Oct. 19, at the NAS position in the men's retired Green did the honors of victory over the Marines' Ray the doubles competition.. ,After
bowling lanes. military competition. Taking presenting the trophies to the Mercer. The Woodpeckers' Mike losing the 'first'set 5-7 to the
Linda McCune swept the active charge of the male civilian champions. Partin coasted to'a 6-1, 6-0 win Marines'Ricky Brown and Laven
duty dependents division by employees was Robert Hull over Kevin Selfridge in the No. 2 Gaiter Nash and Mosier won the .
rolling a 1069. The active duty rolling 1100 and Cliff Ball bowled singles and Mike Bast won the second set 6-1. The .third and
female division was taken by 1167 to take the men's com- \L. SMILE J No. 3 singles for VP-49 with a deciding set was also, in the,
Judith Littlefield with a score of petition in the active duty hard-fought win over Ricky Woodpeckers' favor 63.PAGE .
925. Dorothy Mason rolled 'a military division.
1045 to take charge of the retired The top five competitors in
dependents Caroll Cowan each division from Mayport,
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