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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 30, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Atj@li m\ft\'MW\ ;; ...[ti il: I MCPOF hv Nick IJ.yick visits j

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EDITORIALby I, Money, retention, fleet manning : program each year, and a
human goals, advancements waiting list exists. Success is
and uniforms,were being claimed with 80 percent of
among the subjects discussed by those who complete the
Nick Young master chief petty officerof munity. Master Chief Master Chief Petty Officer of the rehabilitation program.
"Make a note of that, command program has Hemrick's visit to Hancock Force for AirLant Ray Hemrick Hemrick said the new uniform

Ron. I'll check on it as soon found a permanent place Hall was advertisedin during a visit to NAS Jax last regulations had been distributed

as I get back to Norfolk in. the Navy's heirarchy.As the POD for a week. The week. and that petty officers shouldstudy
word he out was the them so they'understand
And the put
and Master Chief Garron Master Chief Hemrick club put on a special
latest and basically a report on a them. He said change 1 is being
will get in touch with you indicated, if the problem is luncheon and advertisedthat recent meeting of master chief distributed now and permits the
to provide the answer." at the AirLant level, he'll fact on its marqueefor petty officers of the forces and wearing of unstenciled dungareeswith
This was Master Chief see what he can do. If it is several days. the master chief petty officer of civilian attire.

Petty Officer of the Force a LANTFLT problem, he'll Still, only 44 petty of- "the Navy in Washington, D.C. Continuing on the subject of

for AirLant, Ray Hemrick, refer it to the master chief ficers attended the lun- Hemrick explained that In a that dungarees chances, Hemrick explained
Naval
the Chief of of
briefing by receiving
fielding questions at the ofLANTFLTJf it's Navy- cheon last Wednesday As Personnel the chiefs were told authorization to wear them

Petty Officers' Club wide problem, he'll refer it indicated in the ac- that money problems will remain! between work and home are poor
during a luncheon in his to the Master chief petty companying article, with the Navy Department and The uniform board feels the

honor last Wednesday.And officer of the Navy. In any Hemrick gave a rundownon will have an effect on personnel. subject ot uungarees has been
you can bet the event, the problem will be how things are in the Advancements can be expectedto beaten to death and there will bea
slow down, a shortage of return to the old style
as the
petty officer who asked the handled within the chain of Navy today, and then he permanent change of station new ones never caught on.

question will receive an command.But solicited questions from money will exist,and there is the Discussing women in the Navy,
answer even if that answer more importantthan the ;audience. Each person possibility of an "early out" Hemrick said that by the end of
has to come from the Chiefof how the master chiefs asking a question either program designed to conserve the year there will be 20,000 of

Naval Operations.If assist in solving problemsis got an answer or was dollars.He them and 1,500 female line of
Hemrick can't find the their reception in the promised one. And you can also reported that retentionwas ficers. In answer to complaintsthat
good but not as high as the females weren't able to do
answer in Norfolk he'll Navy. Command accepts bet Hemrick will deliveron Navy would like it to be. In an physical labor, a female com
bounce the question off his them well and has found the promises.But effort to improve retention, the mander asked the chiefs just how
predecessor in the AirLant them collectively to be a one of two things Chief of Naval Personnel said good the physical fitness

job, Master Chief Petty key management tool. were evident to this writer. there was a move to reinvolve programs were in their com
there aren't people on the working level in the mands?'She also told the chiefs
Officer'of the Navy Their fellow chiefs accept Either any
career counseling that instead of treating the
Walker.. And Walker will them well as indicated by problems in the Navy or Division officers, division prograir chiefs, female seaman like a girl, they
get the answer and send it the turnout at CPO clubs there. is a large group of and leading petty officers must should treat her like a sailor.

on down the chain to the when they appear. petty officers at NAS Jax get Involved if the Navy is to Hemrick, said there was a
sailor in Jacksonville.That Something is lacking in that just doesn't give a retain the quality of personnel problem with evaluations of

is the way the master the petty officer com damn. desired, he said.Supervisors females. Too many evaluatorsare
have the commenting on their attractiveness
chiefs of the forces and the
responsibility of making a man and not on their job
master chief of the Navy Navy Campus for Achievement feel he belongs: to a unit from day performance, as they do in the
work. one, Adm. Watkins said. The case of male personnel.

"That is a local problem, adds four colleges supervisor must care about his The chiefs also had an op-
and you are talking about more people and take an interest in portunity to submit a list of items
them. they felt should receive priority
the of ,'
prerogative :
your Wash. D.C. Four more correspondence, courses and Hemrick said that all too oftena consideration in the Navy. They
commanding officer. It's colleges have been added to the other self-study programs). man was assigned as a_ plane commented on habitability,
outside of my purview andI list of educational institutions They also accept credits captain or driver for four years, particularly the quarters
suggest you talk to your participating in the Navy earned at other accredited and when it came time for him to, provided for transients in the
own master chief of NAS Campus for AchievementNCFA colleges and universities, if they reenlist everyone wondered why Navy. They explained they felt a
Jacksonville Ron ( ) college degree and conform to the student's major, he hadn't advanced. He blamedthe second class petty officer was a
certificate component program. and may give credit for military supervisors for the man's second class petty officer and
Garron. The recent additions include on-the-job experience. situation, and said more interestin should receive consideration
This is also the way the Florida Junior College, NCFA centralizes the individual would help him whether he was permanently
master chiefs work. They Jacksonville; Trident Technical management of off-duty to make second or third class attached to a station or a tran-
are not in their jobs to College, Charleston, S.C.;; educational programs.Through a petty officer during his enlist- sient.
circumvent the chain of Meridian Junior College, world-wide network of ment. A hard line on drug users was
Meridian, Miss.; and Gavilan educational advisors, it provides Fleet Manning requested with the recom-
command; they are thereto College, Gilroy, Calif. informational and financial Master Chief Hemrick said the mendation that the drug
support it and provide This brings the number of ,assistance to eligible Navy effort to man the fleet at 100 exemption program be cancelled.The .
communication up and participating schools to 16. personnel who are working percent of allowance was con- chiefs also were concerned
down the line. NCFA members schools waive toward a college degree, tinuing. "But there just aren't about the variances in punish
Once dubbed "the khakimafia" residency requirements and vocational or technical cer- that many excess people on shore ments for drug use and asked for
because of their accept up to 75 per cent of non- tificate or high school diploma.The stations," he explained. Cin- guidance for commanding of-
traditional credits (credits program is under the CLant attempted to identify 7,000 ficers on the subject.
ability to circumvent the earned through service schools, direction of the Chief of Naval billets ashore that could be done They also asked for con-
chain of command, the CLEP examinations. Education and Training (CNET). away with and came up with a tinuation of management skills

President total of 750. "We just aren't as training, particularly for first
overmanned ashore as we class petty officers.
thought," he said. They were also concerned
Ford In addition to getting more about the cross training for mess
t people to sea, an effort is being specialists. Many commands are
JAX AIR NEWS arrives made to make sea duty ,more not providing cross training
attractive. Navymen must opportunities, and the Chief of
realize that sea duty is where it's Naval Personnel has ordered that
SundayJaxAll at as far as promotion is con- the training be accomplished.
cerned, he continued.And he said finally, the chiefs were con-
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed there
were hopes for of cerned about unionization. They
each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, NAS personneland passage
by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm. All Copy submittedfor their families are legislation raising sea pay rates. brought up the subject of the past
use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Under the proposed plan, men pay raise and commented that it
Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday invited to be on station with three years' continuous sea will push the move towards
before publication. News items are welcomed from all sources. when President Ford duty would draw
Telephone 772-2411.. $100 a month as unionization. They asked that
"Everything' advertised In this publication must be made arrives here Sunday, Nov. oonthwould be same $100 per commanders be provided information -
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race: 2, at 11:30: a.m. Activitiesstart paid to those who on the subject of
creed,color,national origin or sex of the purchaser,user,or patron.A had 8 years cumulative sea duty unionization.
confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal opportunities at 10:30: a.m. during a career.
by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print advertising Orientation stated
from that source," Manning the fleet at 100 per-
Advertisements are solicited 'by the publisher and queries concerning PAGE ONE cent would not have any effect on
such should be directed tot \ twilight cruises, reenlistment for new employeesJax

PHOTO incentives, or humanitarian
Q THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY assignments ashore, he ex- A group session for new
C 4545 Shirley Ave.,Jacksonville, Fla.32210 MM Stephen L. plained. Civil Service employees will be
Q-4rot6.0 Telephone 387-3564 The Navy's Chief of Human conducted Friday, Oct. 31, from
Huffer Goals told the chiefs that the 8:00: to 11:00: a.m. in the Center
Affiliate Member Navy's drug problems both Conference Room, second deck,

I VOL. :33 NO. ;33 OCTOBER 30, 19751 NAS -Command not alcohol much and other drugs.- were of Building 907. for all
worse but also not Attendance is required
Career Counselor much! better The alcohol new Federal employees.For .
rehabilitation program is seeing further information call X
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I CFC contributions top 50 percent of goal I

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Jax-Overall con- Participating activities 171 per cent; COMSEABASWINGSLANT,167- Center Jacksonville, 128 Jacksonville, 104 per cent

tributions of Jacksonville and their reported per cent; COMDES and Attack Squadron 86,

Navy Complex personnelto progress to date are: per cent; Attack Squadron Squadron 24,127 per cent; 103 per cent, plus both
the 1975 Combined JOACC Jacksonville, 287 81, 164 per cent; Navy and the Fourth AMTRAC reporting 100 per cent

Federal Campaign now per cent and 100 per cent Weather Service Facility Battalion, Company B, participation.The .

total $203,576, or 55 per participation.Fleet Jacksonville, 153 per cent; 127 per cent with 100 per AFCOS Jacksonville
cent of the assigned ob- Religious Support 679th USAF Radar cent participation.Air reported 101 per cent attainment

.jective this year. Activity, 240 per cent; Squadron, 173 per cent; Anti-submarine of its goal and
"It is gratifying to note Human Resource Marine Barracks Squadron 31,121 per cent; the NAVEXO COMELEX

that 30 activities have Management Det.,:220 per Jacksonville, 148 per cent; COMSYSTO Jacksonville, Jacksonville, 100 per cent

already achieved or ex- cent; ROCMM Jackson- and Attack Squadron 82, 120 per cent; HS-5,114 per with 100 per cent par-
ceeded their objectives," ville 226 per cent and 100 142 per cent and 100 per cent with 100 per cent ticipation.

said Rear Admiral Nor- per cent participation. cent participation.Air participation; NAV- Forty-three other

man K. Green, Com- NROTC Unit Anti-submarine DISVECONCEN participating units are still
mander ''Sea Base ASW Jacksonville and Attack Squadron 28,141 per cent; Jacksonville, 114 per cent; working on reaching their

Wings, Atlantic and Navy Squadron 46, 223 per cent Attack Squadron 45, 132 NAS Cecil Field, 110 per goals with seven of them
chairman of the drive, and 100 per cent par- per cent; Air Anti- cent; Attack Squadron 15 being well within reach of

acknowledged in releasinghis ticipation ; Defense submarine Squadron 24, and COMATKCARWGThree their objective having

first report. Property Disposal Office, 131 per cent; HS-3, 130 per both 109 per cent; already reached 90 per
Twelve of the units 214 per cent; USS Nipmuc, cent; and.CMA HydrogenJacksonville SUPSHIPS and Attack cent or better.

already reaching or ex- 199 per cent; NAV- 130 per cent Squadron 37, both 107 per The Navy Fuel Depot
ceeding their objectives SECGRUDET Mayport, and 100 per cent par- cent; FLETRACEN Jacksonville did not

report 100 per cent par- 193 per cent and 100 per ticipation. Mayport, 106 per cent; and submit a report for the
ticipation by their cent participation. Attack Squadron 83, 129 REGSTOMANOFF initial computation.

assigned personnel. COMLATWING ONE, per cent; Navy Rescue

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& \ l?:; MMtMjMM@Mt* ;: FRA. broadens membership eligibilityThe

I the three Sea Services who Auxiliary.
MiiW:1:
STAMP CIRCLESby Fleet Reserve its are on extended active Section 316 and 317 were
Association, during
in duty in excess of 30 days amended to incorporatethe
National Convention enlisted Silver
join; Anchor
Albert B.Close Peruvian and Zenobia, the water September 1975, amendedits may Reservists who have Squadron and the CharlesE.

PANAMA CITY, Panama-The supply of Dampiers Drip, first membership eligibilityto completed 20 years of Lofgren Membership
Zenith of Panama's current landing,and the garden on Green include all enlisted and who remain in Awards.
service
stamp design program was Mountain. personnel of the U.S. Reserve Section 318
9th.On that the active was
reached here October and
Marine Corps
date three new commemoratives FIJI ISLANDS The British Navy, or who transferto amended to provide
colony here releases this month Coast Guard from the day programs list
designed by Adriano Reserve retired continuous membership
four"Festivals of Joy"stamps in the oath of the
take
Herrerabarria appeared in post they of in increments
denominations of 3,15,25 and 30 awaiting receipt pendants of
offices. These 17, 27 and 33 enlistment.
centesimo- items comprise a cents. "Diwali" is a Hindu enlisted Reserve retired pay at age five years and in suc-

series entitled "La Revolucion holiday in autumn. "Id-Ul-Fitar" Previously of the, three Sea 60 may also join the FRA. cessive multiples of five
Crea y Construye" ("The is a Moslem religious holiday personnel Enlisted Reservists who for sale to the Branchesand
the end of period of Services required to
coming at were
Revolution Creates and Builds").
of
or en- shipmates.
in receipt ,
festivals six are
fasting. The two other have a minimum of
three
It depicts projects celebrate Chinese New titled to Reserve retired Branch 172's proposal to
stamps be eligiblefor
the October service to
developed by present
years
Year and Christmas. also join the increase the annual dues
11, 1968 government: (1) the FRA membership. pay may
Bayano Dam facility for elec- JAMAICA-Four celebration Commissioned officersof FRA. from $10 to $12 was approved

trification (2) the Victoria Sugar designs for the Christmas season the three Sea Services Other resolutions acted to become effectiveon
plant in Veraguas Province, and appear in late October on valuesof during the Con- November 1, 1975.
haveat upon
(3) the new Tocumen In- 8, 10, 20 and 50 cents. The still are required to vention included the Branch 60's proposal to
ternational Airport facility. least one day of
secular themes are of a local 311 of
Printing of the stamps was serviceto amending of Section amend Section 402
enlisted
character: Koo Koo or Actor Boy, bonafide
done by La Estrella de Panama, Red Set-Girls, French Set Girls, belong to the Fleet the FRA Constitution to regarding dues as the

the newspaper firm, and quan- and Jaw-Bone or House John Reserve Association. preclude dual membershipin property of the FRA was
tities produced were 17c-500,000 Canoe. These represent dancers the FRA and its Ladies approved.

copies; 27c 300,000 copies; and and dress-up figures which ap- Enlisted Reservists of----............_... ''- Branch 36's resolution to
33c 200,000 copies.ASCENSION in the Christmas
pear J
celebrations. amend Section 403b( ) was

ISLANDThisSouth : declared out of order, as it
Atlantic part of the St. MALA YSIA.-The 50th anniversary ..e;' did not comply with
Helena colony this month of the Rubber .
Section 1404.Branch .
releases four items noting the Research Institute of Malaysia is (.. I .,..-'
160th anniversary of the occupation noted on three October com : <, 175's proposal to
of the island by British memoratives of 10,30 and 75 cent 9 grant free, dues after the

forces. Because of Napoleon's values. A rubber estate with a initial dues payment to all

presence-in-exile on nearby St. rubber tapper in the background, Medal of Honor memberswas
Helena,the British Navy became and the Institute emblem is on ;"....
established on Ascension Islandto the first, while the second showsa approved.
insure no escape route for the latex cup with latex flowing. I Branch 9's proposal to

retired Emperor. The 2,5,9 and The last depicts six aspects of 'c amend Section 404c)

15 pence values show the Navy natural rubber in six differenttest regarding the 50-50
arriving in 1815 with the HMS tubes.
division of dues between

tii K theBranch and the

r national treasuries was ,I
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JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION defeated.
Admiral J.L. Holloway,
MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL- Cpt. John W. Beale l (right),
III Chief of Naval
I I NAS supply officer, receives congratulations from Capt. Karl J. ,
Bernstein, NAS commanding officer, upon receiving the Meritorious Operations and a guest
Is Service Medal for his service at the Defense Supply Agency from speaker at the National
Every Day Bargain Day'LOT
January It72 to June 1975. The citation made note of Capt. Beale's Convention commentedthat

: CORNER OF CASSAT AND SHIRLEY AVENUES "outstanding perception, unique analytical abilities, and logistics "the FRA is certainlyon

Open Monday thru Friday,4:00 11I4:30: p.m. system knowledge." the enlisted men's side"and

I CAMPERS CARS HOMES I HONDA HONDA HONDA he encouraged all

active and retired per-

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I SIU to offer occupational ed degreeJaxThe NAS JAX


Navy Campus cupational Specialty area. VA (GI) Bill will pay the S .

for Achievement has The work required in full cost of tuition. All J J
announced that Southern Professional Educaion books and materials are

Illionois University at courses required to covered in the tuition cost. II

Carbondale will offer a receive a teaching cer- For more information

Bachelor of Science tificate will be offered on contact the NCFA office in MOVIES START AT 7:30: FRONTIER UPRISING, 67 min

Degree in Occupational site here at NAS Jax. Bldg. 500, room 245, ext. Thursday,Oct.30 Sunday,Nov.2
Education to students here Classes will meet every 2477. COOLEY HIGH, a comedy THE STORY OF A
drama starring Glynn Turman TEENAGER, a drama starring
beginning in December third weekend over a Counselors from SIU
and Lawrence H. Jacobs. PG. Gregory Harrison and
Roy
1975. period of 16 months. will be at NAS Jax Nov. 11,. 107. Greer, PG. 94 minMonday
Sound technological 12 and 13 to offer individual Friday,Oct.31
,Nov.
training is offered The General and
being to Education counseling MR. KINGSTREET WAR, an THE CAREY TREATMENT a
I almost everyone in the requirements may be met informal evaluations of action drama starring John drama starring James Coburn

Navy today, the, NCFA by military schools, training. Two general Saxon and Tippi Hedren. PG. 92 and Pat Hingle. PG. 101 min.

advises. 'examination or traditional information meetings are min. 'Tuesday,Nov.4

Many persons would like classroom instruction witha scheduled for Nov. 11 in Saturday,Nov.1 GODFATHER PART 2, an
to use this knowledge in seven-year period Bldg. 500, room 143 at 9:00: THE TRAIN ROBBERS, a action drama starring Al Pacino
their post-Navy careers. allowed for completion. a.m. and 1:00 p.m. western starring John Wayne and and Robert Duvall. R. 200 min.
This is Ann Margret. PG. 92 min. Wednesday,Nov.SPLAY
program Free Kiddie Matinee: ASCENTTO IT AS IT LAYS a bomb
designed ,for the person if i : THE UNDERWORLD, 17 starring Tuesday Weld and
who would like to teach in min. QUIET SAM 26 min. LAST Anthony Perkins. R. 99 min.
a vocational or trade

school or in an industrial

situation.It is. a fact that 1f.. i I' ,Id inn

vocational teachers are

still in demand and it was

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credit to satisfy the MCPO Martin Galllon and PO Bruce Tterlink organized a work party
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1 INQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHEROur z

t ta td

soon to be "former"ace photographer dragged hit camera around NAS asked: PRESENTLY, '
ENLISTED MILITARY PERSONNEL ARE PERMITTED TO SELL BACK TO THE GOVERN
MENT UP TO 60 DAYS' LEAVE AT THE END OF EACH ENLISTMENT. WHAT ARE YOUR
THOUGHTS ON THE PROPOSED LAW TO LIMIT SELLBACK TO 60 DAYS OVER AN ENTIRE
MILITARY CAREER (ALSO ARE PEOPLE ABUSING THEIR LEAVE BY SELLING IT?

WOULD THE PROPOSED LAW AFFECT YOUR REENLISTMENT?)


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PN1 Leon Tetle, HS-1: "I 1 think
that this Is more erosion of our Ltlg.| Beryl Fursman, HS-1: "I 1

jr d military benefits. I am ,0 career don't think personnel should be
''w e Q sailor and this would not sway my allowed to sell back more than 60
thinking as far as making the days'leave over a 20-year period.
Yfb.cy'x Navy a career, but It Is lust Leave has been provided for us as
a to another one of the DOD and GAO time off, not as a monetary
d i recommendations that ought to benefit. In these hard economic
1 v be 'circular filed. It seems times the government can't afford

strange that this proposal has to pay for too many leave
reached Congress so' quickly days not taken, and may be
increase forced to end the benefit completely
while such proposals as an;
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In sea pay have been at /
LCdr. R.A. Staplln, COM- SA Michael A. Babbitt, USS YN2 Sharon L. Jeffers, the DOD .and GAO levels for
SEABASWINGSLANTi "The PAUL (FF10M): "No. I do not COMPATWING 111 "The nearly one year, If this trend of
program has merit and will like the idea of not being able to sellback of leave accrued has erosion of our so-called "1m. h '
i result in considerable monetary sell back more than 40 days' been one of the few methods for plied"benefits continues-as with %s"a.
savings to an already severely leave. Many people don't take a military personnel to use to Increase the, recent proposal to stop VA
limited Defense budget. It should whole lotof, 'leave and look forward Income to offset our schooling-the future of the Armed .
have a provision, however, that to the extra money from constantly dwindling benefits. Forces Is bleak. The people
all personnel are encouraged to their leave buildup. It helps, The military has taken a backseat of this country should be made
and afforded an opportunity to believe me, especially. when to civilian pay scales long more aware of the Importance of
take their 30 days' annual leave you're married." enough and this Is lust one more a strong, capable, and
each year causing the utilixation example of the great ripoff. professional armed service, not .
of leave as It was Intended when Civilian industries allow sellback lust the "Almighty Dollar."
established-not as a source of of vacation time in order to keep
monetary gain. I am afraid, their employees Interested In a
however, that this may be only career with them. Why can't the z fi
another in the increasing list of military show a little more
erosion of benefits." concern with career
motivation?"


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fxt ,AVCM Schlttln.CPW.l1,
i MCPOCt "I 1 think that this is |lust I

another Infringement upon rights]
and privileges the Navy mln'
r considers a part of his enlistment.'

contract. I I.1m. unalterably opposed
; to unionization of mllltl .
personnel but I have heard som.
talk among the younger sailor
who are seriously considers
that military unions are the on
YN3 Terry Moses, COM- way to stop infringement..r
SEABASWINGSLANTi "I 1 don't Congress seriously desires t
Lt. R. 0. Abshier, HS Wing 1
feel that they should limit the : unionization of the military,
"I 1 feel It Is evil
sellback of leave to (0 days. I \ a necessary suggest the best way to go aboi
don't feel It would be abusing aperson's during the present and future It is to step up the infrlngemer,
austere budgeting, but It Is also
i leave to sell it back to program."
another lost privilege of the
the It should be the
government. YN2 Sherry E. Price, HS Wing career enlisted."
AT2 James M. Perry, TAD, individual's decision. This
1: "It's not a reenlistment Incentlve .
AIMD "No, because
: someone decision should not be an important

saves his leave and wants to sell factor in to take away the selling SUPPORT THE'CFC :
reenlisting THROUGH
it back he should be able to do back of leave. This is |lust one PAYROLL DEDUCTION :1
so." more of the incentives they're Und :
I taking away from us."


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I Winter uniform requirements become effective I IJax


Winter uniform through Mar. 31, 1976, the around authorized uniform for .
requirements will become effective tropical white long uniform will CPO's and enlisted personnel.
Saturday, Nov. 1, for all not be authorized for wear here. Officers may continue to wear
Navy personnel assigned to the The summer blue uniform, blue the working khaki uniform and
Jacksonville Navy Complex. trousers and white skirt with service dress blues, and they
This means that, for the next ribbons and appropriate rating may also begin to wear the winter
five months from Nov. 1. 197S insignia, continues as a yearfF- working blue uniform on

Saturday.The service. dress blues and

I 1ii,3 winter working blues may also be
worn by enlisted personnel.

f ............ Working blues also become and
effective for Navy women
...., I I'l' they may continue to wear the
service dress blue (slacks)

.... uniform and the service dress
I light blue uniform, plus the
..' dungaree working uniform
foreenlisted women.

Dungarees remain an
Yd authorized uniform for all a
enlisted personnel (male and 4-
female) on station or on
+ authorized off-base working _
parties,with certain restrictions.
Dungarees may be worn by
L \ personnel required to perform
work which, by reason of its -. ,
r /I nature, would 'unduly soil Or 7 w
other uniforms.
damage ,., :
.K Yk+ VS+ .a 6 t w w 46 M +s
The dungaree uniform must be
e stenciled, however, and clean. AUTHORIZED FOR WINTER WEAR The working khaki
Neither trousers nor shirt may be uniform, left, properly stenciled dungarees, center, and the winter
frayed or torn. Once dungarees working blue/ uniform, right, will all be authorized for wear here this
are stenciled, they become an winter

official U.S. Navy uniform and, is not,however, a liberty uniform public is conducted or when the
as such may not be worn as a and only brief stops for personal individual is in a purely leave or
liberty uniform or worn off base necessities are authorized off liberty status.Commander.
while walking or riding in (or on) base while wearing it. Sea Base ASW
a private vehicle.. The working uniform will not Wings, Atlantic Instruction 1020
Working uniforms, except for be worn in clubs, theatres, and changes thereto should be
WHITES OUT, SUMMER BLUE IN The tropical white long the enlisted dungarees, are bowling alleys and other such referred to whenever questions
uniform, left, will not be authorized for wear here from Nov. 1, 1'75 authorized for wear while facilities after 6:30: p.m. except arise as to the proper uniform to
until Mar.31,1976. Summer blue uniform,right,continues In effect as a traveling between work and local when engaged in necessary work. be worn by Navy personnel in the
year around 'item of wear. residence. The working uniform Working uniforms may be worn Jacksonville Navy Complex.
to any of the station service type
of the uniform
facilities during normal working Regardless
it should be worn onboard
hours and may also be worn after prescribed,
normal working hours while in a or ashore with individual
duty status in service facilities so pride in appearance and in a

( MILITARY RATES !] designated. by the commandingofficer. manner traditional which dignity reflects of the the

Working khaki uniform, exceptfor professional Navy person.
"wash" cotton trousers, is The responsibility for knowing
authorized for office work and enforcing standards of
ashore, official travel on airlines grooming and proper uniform
and other public conveyances, wear rests with every officer and
attendance at working meetingsand petty officer in' the Jax Navy
GO FIRST CLASS! conferences, working inspections Complex ana commanding officers
and similar activities. should insure that the
Working khaki will not be worn officers and petty officers under
ACTIVE MILITARY, CONTRACTORS AND CIVIL SERVICE PERSONNELBE in situations where official their command faithfully
representation with the general discharge that responsibility.
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1 Merit promotion changes announcedJaxSeveral ,::;11!m1 i1immm! j::::::::::::::::j::::: ::::!::::j ;i:: i111iii1j11lii1iiiif!! ; ; ::J::iiii:::;;:;::: :;;: ji&Wt! 1@:;:

changes of in- ployee returns to work. panels will not make selectionsfor
terest to all civilian employeeshave that particular position. MERIT PROMOTIONJaxThe
been made in the Merit The establishment of registersand Equal Employment Opportunity
Promotion Program. the certification and selec- policies will be adhered to duringthe
There is now only one tion processes will not be delayedto panels deliberations and NAS Civilian Personnel Department has announced the
promotion plan and it covers all provide for the submission of should discriminatory practicesbe following list of "open and close" positions available under the Merit.
types of positions, graded, late applications.NEW reported, no selection will be Promotion: Program.For further information call X2320 or X3448.
ungraded, supervisory and non- EMPLOYEE AP- made until an investigation is ANNCT. POSITION TITLE CLOSINGNO.
supervisory.The PLICATIONS. Applications will made by a designee of the EEO DATE
most significant changesapt not be accepted from new em- Officer. 202-75 Military Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS-204-5 11-04-75
to be of most interest to all who 203-75 Sewage Disposal Plant Operator, WG-9 11-05-75
ployees have not completedthe CERTIFICATION will be made
employees are: 204-75 Card Punch Supervisor, GS-356-4 11-05-75
three months after
required from those candidates at the top
OPEN CONTINUOUSLY initial career-conditional ap- of the register.If 205-75 Personnel Management Systems Analyst, GS-301-7 11-11-75
ANNOUNCEMENTS Ap- pointment. 206-75 Purchasing Agent, GS-1105-4 11-06-75()
plications received subsequentto available, at least five highly 207.75 Heavy Mobile Equipment Mechanic, WG-5803-10 11- .75
the establishment of the TIME-IN-GRADE qualified candidates, will be 208-75 Automotive Mechanic, WG-5823-10 11- .75
register will be rated periodicallyand REQUIREMENTS. Applicationswill certified for each vacancy. 209-75 Electrical Equipment Repairer, WG-2854-9 11- .75
applicants who are deter- be accepted from candidateswho Selection may be made of any of 210-75 Budget Analyst, GS-560-9 12-01.75
mined to be eligible will be addedto will meet "time-In-grade" those candidates.If 211-75 Boiler Plant Operator General Foreman, WS-5402-1211-14-75
the register for future con- requirements within six weeks 212-75 Cost Accountant, GS-510-5-7-9 11-24-75
there less than five '
sideration. from the time of filing.If are 213-75 Meteorological Technician, GS-1341-6 11-12-75
Applicants must update their highly qualified candidates, the 214-75 Weight and Balance Specialist, ,GS-7 1M4-75
applications every' 12 months So 'otherwise eligible, such certificate may be supplementedwith 215-75 Bearing Reconditioner Instructor, WG-9 11-14-75
that current information con- candidates will be certified to the names of a sufficient 216-75 Supvy Production Controller (Aircraft), GS-1152-10 11-14-75
cerning experience, education, selecting officials for con number of the best qualified of 217-75 Sheet Metal.Mechanic (A-C) General Foreman.. 11-14-75'
and training is available. A sideration. However, placement the remaining eligible candidatesto WS-13
current action will not be effected until provide at least five can- 11-14-75
supervisory appraisal didates.In 218-75 Computer Specialist, GS-334-11
must accompany update in- time-In-grade requirements are 219-75 Firefighter, GS-081-3 11-14-75
;ormation. .
met.RATING such cases, the highly
Failure
to update an application PANELS will nor-
could result in loss of mally be composed of two to, qualified and best qualified
for consideration for eligibles will be grouped
opportunity three members who have an
separately. If the selection is
promotion.As intimate knowledge of the duties
made from below the highly erguoun'o
annual Information
"updating" and qualification requirements of
is received, it will be the position. qualified groups, records must 'ICAN
TWrrlrez'iotsriuri
reviewed and a determinationmade reflect the selecting officials'reasons ,
These members should also for his choice.
as to whether a higher
hold a grade or rating equivalentto
is warranted.The .
grade (or above) that of the positionto Additional information on these
applications of eligible be filled and, if practical, be changes to the Merit Promotion
candidates will not be nominated from areas other than Program is available at the
PHONES: JIM002,JM-JtJl
reevaluated often than
more
where the vacancies exist. Civilian Personnel Department, $03 TIMOTHY LANE
every 12 months. In the event Persons serving on rating X2320 or X3448. Where Lakeshore Crosses BlandingSomething
eligible candidates do not submit
annual update information ,r

timely, they will be removed 5 ACRESHeavy
from the register of eligibles.
LATE APPLICATIONS will be
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Oaks In Clay County.
accepted only when, the reason $88
down payment per
for the delay in filing is Low LAND. Lake '
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employeewas mo. NO LOW -... 4'' :.
justifiable; i.e.the: privileges. ,1"
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Ricky Crews was involved with tedious workon
Jax The Naval Air Rework small parts at a workbench,
Facility's only woman she remembers "As an electrical .
Production Controller assigned to worker I was put on the
the Aircraft Rework Brancheshas aircraft with tools in my hand. It
come a long way from her was interesting and somethingI'd
days counting tips as a waitress. never done,before."
Christine Kramer now has set Christine began to realize she
her future goals even higher."I enjoyed the more physical jobs
always believed in the where she could work off energy,
traditional roles of men and rather than the tedious precision
women in jobs until I had to work in which women are usually
support myself and two placed."I .
J 1 1a children," she says. like to be doing something,
Today Christine has earned not sitting still," she states.
and holds a GS-7 rating and hopes Later, she regained her
someday to gain a supervisory position as a mechanic and last
position. June she was transferred to
Back in 1966 when she became NARF Jacksonville as a
I unhappy with jobs she'd held as a Production Controller.
I i'1 waitress, a sales clerk, and as a Today,she enjoys watching the
factory worker where a male coworker work flow and supporting
made more money, production operations where she
__ Christine Kramer became employed can actually witness her
at the NARF in her native achievements.
Norfolk,Va. as a helper general.Not Performing in a job
satisfied with her position, traditionally held by men,
she sought to Improve it by taking Christine Kramer feels compelled -
every on-the-job and after-hour to prove her ability. She
\ training course available.Her tries to produce more and obtain
individual drive and more experiences; to become
initiative, plus the training, soon "over qualified" for advancement
enabled her to become an instrument if possible.
helper,then instrument She's also quick to point out
worker, and finally, she was that the job she does is one she
promoted to instrument feels qualified to do. "1 definitely
mechanic. wouldn't want a job I couldn't
Christine also acquired handle," she admits.
mathematical training that Christine is responsible for
f DOCKING SHOP ORDER Christmas Kramer,the only female Production Controller helped her to get aGED loading the shop order cards onto
the Naval Air Rework Facility,docks shop order cards to Identify Items needing rework.. PHOTO BY equivalency certificate from the the dock beside the aircraft.
TOM HANSEN. Vocational Center in Norfolk. These cards describe which partsare
Then, a reduction in force to be sent to the individual
T1 action caused her to be NARF shops for rework.
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scheduledJx Carol McCamy Dee is teaching cake
f. : Navy Wives Win Awards decorating for the OWJC this
VP-30 invites the wives of Three members of the Officers' year and both Reenie and Cherylare
their officers and enlisted per- Wives Club. Jacksonville have former studentsAll receiveda
sonnel to attend a 3-day seminaron won awards in the Cake cash award, gift certificate for
dependent benefits and Decorating Competition of the merchandise and an award
privileges.In Greater Jacksonville Fair this ribbon.
order to learn how to use all past week. Cheryl Roop won first OWCJ gets ready for Sugar Plum
benefits wisely, it is necessary to place in the Beginner Doll Cake Fair
know what those benefits are. Competition, Reenie Powell won November 8 is the date to
\ One way the Navy provides this third place in the Advanced remember for the Sugar Plum
...
.J information is through the Nvy Novelty Cake Competition with a Fair sponsored by the OWCJ at
VP-24 Enlisted Wives Club "Hall and Farewell" luncheon. Jo Anne Wives Service Information cake in the form of a sleigh with the Jax O'Club from 11-4 p.m.
Gallo was "hailed"as the new club sponsor and Jean Hacker was bid Seminar.Speakers fortheseminarare Santa Claus. And Dee Ewert took Twenty-one booths will be
a happy 'farewell'. Pictured (left to right) are the upcoming obtained from all major third place in the Advanced featuring children's toys and
executive officer's wife, Betty Graffel, Jean Hacker and Jo Anne services and facilities on Bicentennial Competition with a games,gifts,crafts,baked goods,
Gallo. station.As cake decorated as the Seal of the pictures with Santa, pony rides
VP-30 is fairly new to the United States. and many more.A luncheon.plateof
I Jacksonville this will be roast beef or chicken will be
BATWIVES' I area, an
NEWSThe excellent chance to meet CPO wives to meetJax available for $2.00 and a child's
representatives from the Naval hot dog plate for 50c The
VP-24 Enlisted Wives Club to be held at Jo Anne Gallo's Regional Medical Center, the The next meeting of the proceeds from the Fair will be
met Oct. 9 at the home of Nelda home at 2724 Connie Circle in the Navy Exchange, commissary, CPO Wives Club will be held on used by the OWJC for their
Mayo with fourteen club mem- Oakwood area of Orange Park on Special Services, and other local Monday,Nov.3, beginning at 7:30: scholarship fund and other
bers present. Five new memberswere Thursday, November 6, at 7 p.m. personnel. p.m. at the CPO Club. charities. All military personnel,
welcomed to the club. The All club members and all wives of NWCA No. 86 will provide child All wives of active duty and active or retired, and their guestsare
new members are: Margie VP-24's enlisted men are in- care at the Nursery.The seminaris retired CPO's are encouraged to invited.
Morris, Judy Kline, Rossanna vited to the coffee. scheduled for Nov. 18, 19, 20, attend.
Odle, Carolyn Koltin and Joy Final plans were made for the from 9 a.m. till noon, at the NAS Among other items on the Museum hosts
Bucuvalas.Jean Hacker,the club "Hail and Farewell' luncheon for Teen Club on Biscayne Ave. (past agenda will be planning for the
sponsor, and Jo Anne Gallo were Jean Hacker and Jo Anne Gallo. the new Auto Service Center). upcoming holiday season and the H'ween fun
guests. The luncheon was held Oct. 15 at For further information call .several wives club activities to beheld .
The evening began with an the home of Bonnie Rustmann.The ADJC Fortuna, 772-3080. Make between now and the. end. of Jax-The Brest Planetarium at
interesting and creative terra- club presented Mrs. Hacker
your reservation today. the year.VP5. the Jacksonville Children's
sand demonstration.A with a gift and a club charm In
Museum, 1025 Gulflife.Drive (396-
.club charm was presented to appreciation of all the help she's ROW Club H'ween
partyJax 7061)) will be showing WAR OF. .
Nancy Nagy in appreciation of given the club as a whole, as wellas WORLDS, a recreation of that
the work she's done for the club.. the members individually, needs
goodiesThe -All enlisted wives in VP-5 night when the Earth was in-
Nancy is leaving the club as her while she was the club sponsor.All .
and their husbands
are invited to vaded by Martians,Oct.31 from 6
husband retired in September. of the club,members would Retired Officers' Wives a Halloween Party Nov. 1, 7:30: p.m. until midnight. Admission is
Elections were held for the like to wish Jean a future full of .Club will have a White Elephant p.m., at the NAS Marina. The $1.25.
November through June term. happiness wherever she may go.: Booth at the JOWC Christmas wives are also invited to attend Also, the Haunted House at 543
The new club officers are: Bonnie The club also welcomed our new Bazaar. We need goodies, new ,the monthly. club meeting at 7:30: College St. will continue to be
Rustmann, president; Dora club sponsor, Jo Anne Gallo. and old by tomorrow. For p.m. the first Tuesday of each haunted today and tomorrow
Bailey, vice president; Kay The next business meeting will delivery or pickup contact Nita month. For more informationcall from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Admissionis
Petit, secretary; Linda Meunier, be held Thursday, Nov. 13, at Parks 264-8511, .Ortega Hills; Pat Miller 264-1959. SOc'.
treasurer; and Jackie Ken- 7:30: p.m. at the Small Chapel on' Irma Smalling, 388-0670;
nerson, parliamentarian. The NAS Jacksonville. All club Lakeside; Blanche Dommer 264-
new officers will take office at an meetings are open to all wives of 5254, Ethel Fitzsimmons 264-6078,
Installation ceremony and coffee enlisted men of VP-24. Ortega; and Dutch Decker 389- "SPEAKEASY1
.6950, Yvonne McClure 389-7573.
. Halloween at Small ChapelThe Please price items.
party The Bazaar will be at NAS, Hottest Show in Town! UVE ON STAGE!

All Saints Protestant HAVE A SCAREY TIME IF YOU O'ClubNov. 8, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Chapel School will present its DARE!II!11FARMS I Lunch with a special menu for 'Ij' 1 BEAUTIFUL HOSTESSES

Annual Halloween Party today at children will be available. I OPEN 5916 PHILLIPS HWY.
the Small Chapel from 6 p.m. to 8 Contact the O'Club directly for 1) .ni-2 a m 733-9989733.9992
p.m. Children from age 3 years reservations.
old through the sixth grade are

invited to attend. EVERY 1975 VOLVO WAGON
The ,Goblin Express (church
bus) will be running through base 4

housing to pick up all brave souls ,.. COMES FULLY LOADED.Before
who dare ride it. There will be & ACREAGEIN .
costume judging, games, prizes "
and food as follows: Franken- NORTH FLORIDA! you put a six-foot sofa wagon, consider what Volvo has-
stein franks (hot dogs); Brittle and two chairs into a new Volvo already put in it.
Bones (potato chips); Devils CLYDE W.. SIMPSON &,CO., Fuel injection, four-wheel disc
Delights (cup cakes); Witches 1119 Barnett Bank Bldg. tll
Brew (punch) and Voodoo Pouch Jacksonville, Fla.32202 brakes, a 12-outlet heating/ ,
(surprise). Realtor-U49(24hr.( .) ventilation system, rack-and-
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a result
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where would Navymen stationed in the
retention,
area will be looking at
send your you
you from
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photographers in search of of
publications.We .
models?
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Station, Jacksonville is a to present the first pic-
good place. tures published of the local
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Warehouse SaleNOW ELIMINATED THE


OPEN TO PUBLIC RED TAPE IN LOANS.

BEDS! BEDS! BEDS! No more lengthy waits. No more complicated loan applications. No more
numerous trips to the credit union office.
Now lust one completion of a detailed loan application and one Interview makes
King .Size....!.............$129 you a participant In REVOLVING CREDIT-the simplified way to get a loan
whenever you need one.
Q UHe.......................$"*' Once you're approved for REVOLVING CREDIT, you'll be assigned an ap'
proved credit amount and a review date.You may borrow as often and as muchas

Full & Twin.................$69LIQUIDATING review you like date.(up At to that your time'approved, we update credit the amount Information-: of course on your) until loan your record next,

reassign you an approved credit amount and a new review date..and you're
back on your way to uncomplicated borrowing. '.

Why endure all the red tape of borrowing? JNEFCU has swept away the
OVERSTOCK complications.Come in today to apply for your REVOLVING CREDIT loan. If
you don't need the money right now,ask how you can be approved for the futureuse
,*Famous Name Brands of REVOLVING CREDIT.

T JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNIONOCTOBER
JOHNSONMODEL 4

ROOSEVELT MALL CLAY COUNTY
BEDDING Ttl.778.27. 1'0 Arora Blvd near Orange ParkMon..Frl.10AM.5:30PM
Ttl,77I..274S.t.
:
.'AM.1PM Tuts..Frl.HAM.6:30PM: Sit.,'AM.PM
2071 EMERSON ST. WAREHOUSE No. 8
NAS JAX,Bldg.39 NAS CECIL FIELD Iidg.26
Base tlCt.2431 or 771.27. Base till.215 or 771.27.
PHONE 399-5990 Mon. Fri.'AM .::30PM: Mon..Fri..6:3OAM: .3:3OPM: Y

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by Bill lleagley number of tropical storms in the while the night time low averages
November Weather Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and 54 degrees Fahrenheit. Ocean
The transitional period from Caribbean, for a 25 year period, water temperatures, along the
summer to winter, which beganin was 8; total number of Jacksonville Beaches average 79
October, continues through hurricanes for the same periodwas degrees Fahrenheit during
November. However; by the end 4. This is an average of .32 November.For .
of this month winter is well in tropical storms and .16
evidence as we experience an hurricanes during November, the gardeners it should be
increasing frequency of frontal which is considered to be the last noted that the mean date of the
passages and an occasional wave month of the official "hurricane first 32 degree temperature is 30
cyclone. season." November. However, the earliest
November is the month with Precipitation or rainfall for the recorded date of a freezing
the least amount of precipitation.When month of November averages temperature in fall is November
precipitation occurs it is 1.44 inches. The least amount for 3, 1954. sR
predominately of the steady rainor this month to date has been .02 For the boating enthusiast, the
drizzle type, rather than inches. The maximum amount of prevailing winds are northeasterly -
showers. precipitation for this month to with an average speedof
November is also the month date has been 3.14 inches. 8 knots. With the increase in
with the least amount of During the day the average high the possibility of fog this month, a
cloudiness, with 3/10 sky cover temperature can be expected to well adjusted compass is ab-
or less occuring 46 p ct. of the reach 72 decrees Fahrenheit, solutely necessary. a 'yr e,
time. The frequency of fog will 1
increase due to the flow of warm, SECNAV reemphasizes
moist air over the cooling land.
During November the total standards of conductWash.


Enl. advancementsWash. ., D.C. Secretary of the themselves with the instructionsand a" xsd
Navy J. William Middendorf, II, ensure strict adherence to
., D.C.More than 28,000 has reemphasized that all Navy them. f
Navy enlisted personnel will be and Marine Corps personnelmust "Future compliance with the >
advanced in rate during the comply fully with letter and spirit of these direc-
upcoming' advancement cycle established standards of conductin tives is absolutely mandatory,"
beginning November 16. dealing with persons or he said. y
The advancements are for organizations who do business The Secretary noted the
persons who passed the August with the Department of Defense. essentiality for all service per-
exams. The exact numbers to be The Secretary has called at- sonnel of the United States to be
advanced in the first and sub- tention to those directives above reproach in every respect.
sequent increments is not known. (SECNAVINST 5370.2E, Nov. 29, "Actions which, in other
A total of 14,150 USNR per- 1967; DoD Directive 5500.7, Aug. quarters, might be considered an
sonnel will be advanced to third 8, 1967)) which set forth standardsof acceptable mode of conduct ;
class petty officer in the cycle. conduct governing all per- cannot be countenanced from rv
Another 9,023 will become second sonnel in the Navy establish- those in uniform who are sworn to -
class and 5,059 will become first ment. uphold the highest' traditions of
class petty officer. He emphasized that all in- our military services or from the euJl..I.&
TAR advancements will In- dividuals in leadership positions civilians of the naval establish- )
clude 66 to third class, 175 to within the ,Nayy and Marine ment who share equal respon
second and 239 to first. Corps must refamiliarize sibilities."

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"OUT OF SIGHT" and "PLAYPEN" .

Now_2 GREAT LOUNGES \

l WHERE YOU SEE AND HEAR EVERYTHING .

I Open all day,all night 11 a.m.to 2 a.m. C J" '

"; SINtillating NON-STOP SHOWS *

\, ;: 1080 Cassat Ave Phone 786-8383 e ?r I +M Mi r

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1972 FIAT SPIDER 1974 VENTURACONVERTIBLE AIR SHOW ANTICS Precision atria! maneuvers by the famed
2 DR. HATCHBACK Blue Angels, Navy Demonstration Team (above) captured the rapt
4 tp..d, HAH, uctlltnt V8. AT, PS, ft, FA, extra attention of the hundreds of visitors (below, ) who attended the HAS
cond. '249. clton. Cecil Field Open House and Air Show, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 25-
'329S 26. PHOTO BY Ltg.| J.W James,VP-30, HAS Jax.

1974 PONTIAC
FIREBIRD 1973 PONTIAC
V8, automotic; power PONTIAC VENTURA Attention Military: ,.
llMring I broktf, AC, 2 dr. hatchback, V8, ot-
,radio. h.ot.r, 18,000 lomotic, &
pow.r ttetnng SAVE MONEY ON
mile..'3995" .) brokti, (fact. AC, radio AUTO
'
heater,blu.
'2895-- INSURANCE I NO-FAULT!,
1975 GRAND All ages of Military Special low rates for Under JS and single. Low
PRIX II down payments.Call us before you buy for Jree Instant quote over the
V8, automatic, powr 1974 MALIBU phone. We also handle all Kinds of Insurance.
I'.ring' & brakes, AC., CLASSIC 2 DR.
'10,000 mitt, extra sharp JOHNSON ,& McCOWEN INSURANCE
V8, AT,PS, ft,, fA, extra
13'1 "0". 596 SQUTH EDGEWOOD AVENUE
3290
PHONE" 3.4-2271.
1972 LUXURY
LtMANS 2 dr. Hdt. 1965 VW
4 speed, AC,,extra
.- ,V8, AT, PS, PB, FA, bucket dean -
is.
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sots,'vinyl roof. as BARGAIN HUNTER'S PARADISE!
'299S I '.9S' => (It', where everybody's going!) f



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NORMANDY BLVD. win OF NORMANDY MALL
1726 150 SHOPSI! FREE ADMISSION! FREE PARKINGI
'W W C AIR-CONDITIONED MINI-MALL:
ILSON Pentiac : i2E FRIDAY* SATURDAY; A.M.:30 P.M.

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JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER PAGE 15



| RENTALS | 1965 Ford NO Van CASH runs NEEDED good, $695., or low -

mo. pymts. 388.6422.
isiIie] a ORANGE PARK
a a CALL: 387.356-6 Lovely 4 BR., 2BA., CH&A, Cpts., 2 car NO CASH NEEDED -
gar,fncd. bk. yd. Good neighborhood. 1969 Chevy, 2OR., HT, AT, AC, $895., '
$325.mo. or low mo. pymts. 3886422. I
AdS should be mailed to arrive not later than
Tuesday
for publication the LAKESIDE REALTYINC.
following
Thursday, Ads
arriving too late for this deadline will be NO CASH NEEDED
Published
the following week unless the publisher Is In. R ea Itor-M.L.S. 264-1406
strutted otherwise. A check or money: order for he cost of the ad must be received WITH the 1970 GTO, AT, AC, xtra sharp, $1395. .
RATE: minimum charge (U lines) ...12.50 Per coPY. OPPOSITE NAS JAX or low mo. pymts. 3884422.
additional Off 120th Street
line ((4 words per line) ...60c
Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO., .565 SHIRLEY AVE., JACKSONVILLE FLA., 32210 Mobile Homes & Apts. for rent 1BR. NO CASH NEEDED ,
units for mature adults. Nice for 1972 Duster, AT, AC, sharp $1595., or '
singles. From $75.Mo. Larger, Mobile low mo. pymts. 3884422.NOCASHNEEDED.
HARRIS REAL homes from $100.Mo. Children

EMPLOYMENT ',l 311-1504 welcome. Justiss Trailer Park, 389- 1969 Chevelle,$895.,or low mo. pymts.
: .. Seller desperate, 3007 3886422.
to leave this 3BR., AC
FURNISHED
APARTMENTSNear
ILL DO TYPING IN MY HOME Hills w-Den. Reduced to $ NAS & Cecil. 1BR $80. mo. 2BR., 1974 DODGE VAN
dressing, stuffing 7729414 envelopesetc. Nancy Butler, Assoc. $110. Pool avail. 771.0348.3BEDROOM,2 Fully Loaded PS, PB, Auto, AC, AM-
5239 FREMONT FM Radio with tape player Swivel
EAUTY CONSULTANT WANTEDT Live near bases In BATH HOME seats. Carpeted. $4,500. Call 778.0122.
2 yrs. old Doctors Inlet near Black
Masonry. Stove
,
hrs.) weekly to sell fine name refrlg.
((18 much more. Only $21,900. Creek Fish camp, 1 acre wooded lot. LONG WHEEL BASE TOPPERAll
smetlcs at NAS Jax Exchange Exp.fd. .
But not nee. Will train. Pise. Call Assoc. Gladys Hucks : $180.00. mo. 282-5314._* Aluminum 384.7352$150.00

ply: Helena Rubinstein 300 Parke FOSHEE ORANGE PARK FURNISHED2BR.
N.Y., N.Y. 10021, Att: V Whit. Immediate cash for your ., Conv. NAS-Schools, children. LLOYDS CORVETTE PLACE
an, or tel. coll. 212.751.9100 too large or too small. pets welcome- no lease required.-244- We Buy & Sell Corvettes434CassatAve.3B83311.
311.1511 6884. .. .
JOBS. WANTED
tinting, shampooing carpets "SHIPMATES" FOR RENT 3BR MOBILE HOMEIn '71.NORTON 750 COMMANDO CHOP .j,
Vetting and cleaning attics and Courteous personal I a beautiful country setting near Runs Good $450.,
wanted things call. 7721809. Service. Call Joe Roplak Mlddleburg $100. 282.1259. Call Mike 7575934.

Associate, with Blandlng FOR RENT 1949 SUNBEAM ALPINE SEDAN
BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS Real tor"AALS" 5BR., 3BA., family home In Orange 8-595. 282.1259
ra Coventry (lewelry, V* price, Call Bus.771-8034 Aft. Park, fully carpeted, AC $325. Call for or 772.3347
at 7812485. FOR SALE BY appt. 284.5830 aft. 4P.M. or anytimeSat.

k 5BR., 3BA., family home, .
)MiSL.LAN EOUS. 2350 sq. ft. living area $ ,
Bob Jackson 284.5364. } MOBILE HOMES' :Y$12
.
AYCARE NURSERY KINDERGT NEED?
7.6. 4BR.'s, 2BA's, WW Cpt. ALL MILITARY
,
ear NAS, professional care open I
all 3841497. FR, CH&A, 2 attic fans, 2 PCT. DISCOUNT
covered patio, utll. shed 318-4619
AIR CONDITIONER fncd. front yd. All terms $
sed one season, 18,000 BTU Ken. IDEAL BUY 197412X70 EAGLE ,
ore, Window mounted 'unit. $75.00 3BR., 2BA., W-W Cpt., 2BR., 2BA., Unfurn., many xtras,
r.Gleck, Ext. 2581 or 771.1574 after 5 gar., 18ft. above grd. equity, take up payments $123.04 mo.'
Fncd. bk. yd., Just$32,000. Ph. 2825616. '
.M. /

24 CU. FT.ADMIRAL Realtor-M.L.S.LAKESIDE 1 Y(;.TRANIfOHTATHMI } 4
oppertone, 3 door refrlg.-freezer, --H
like new $400. 2821259.. HEAVENER
cemaker Orange Park Off E2'S & UP, NO CASH NEEDED
J64-1222 Financing arranged, for low mo. vl '
'YANKEE GRUMANN AIRCRAFT I KNOW VJ CAME
DOITI Good dependable used cars, a
2 place,108h.p.$5.295., Navcom 387-3894.radio, F.G.P. Buy this terrific home on good pymts.selection, 388.4422. FR>M' A MAW FAMllY\

xtra sharp Street with woods right FGMOREBUT--: ( "
BROWN POODLE Road. Priced at $35,500. ,
Unusual.Male. $50. exceptional buy on this
2649749. Home. Covered by
Protection Plan.
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONINGand REDUCED
Have to sell this delightful
HEATING UNIT Reduced to $21,000. This Big Chief Soy:
4.ton saves electricity with phase 3BR., IViBA, Family '
operation. Low hours, excellent yard, covered patio & We do not sell 1
condition. Phone 387-3544, weekdays- must see. BPP. .

S. ____ THE BEST seconds orblemished
For $27,500. you can have I
KENNELS ( tires
GEORGE'S IVtBA Brick front home on I
Dogs A Cats Boarded tree shaded lot, excellent ,
training, & 389.7531."I
SInce 1925. Grooming this home guaranteed
shipping. Visitors welcome. Program. Call today and
Mastercharge
Bankamerlcard &
how you can .get for so
honored. Off 1.10 Near Cassat Ave. & NICE-N-EASY

Edgewood Ave. That's country living & SMAJOR
SOlS Edgewood Court.713.1625 place for It. Over two

TYLER LAKESHORE) land with nice shade trees BRAND
Repairs on auto AC Central Units & Green Cove Springs.
window units. 4711 Palmer Ave. 388- 8 dry & In very good polyester
5161. Home Is like new
__ wide mobile home. cord tires
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Family room, mostly
King size bed $90., Queen size bed $85., for only $19,000. Good I for all compacts i '

I Box Spring, Mattress & Frame. 399- HEAVENER and subcompacts- r
5990._ Orange Park Off i

LIVE CRABSWllford's 164-1222 ,
Fish Camp BUDGET
_264.9707 2BR., 1BA. Doll House, 20,000 MI.
MOVINGFor terms.Only $17,500.00,
JUST LISTED GUARANTEEF.C.T.S1.7fteS2.27
Sale, double bed, washer, stereo,
lots of shade
3BR., 1BA.,
electric stove, Dining room suite,
sofa, Call aft. 3P.M. 7813190. terms- A lot for your A78.13 plus
OFF 103RD ,1 $1495 tax
PICKLED ARTICHOKE ANTIQUES Approx. 5 acres at a price 678.13
2945 CORINTHIAN, ORTEGA believe. Call Today. 1
Primitives, Furn;, Quilts Orientals, TRAILER LOT 078.14 $1 5.5 plus
etc._- All set up, ready to move tax

EXCELLENT USED LUMBER priceDRASTICALLY 78 14

2X10X12, 2X10X20, 2X12X12 etc. Approx. V/t' Acres with 78.14 7 flat
Building 520, NAS Jax. 771.8707. FHA appraised at $ ,

TAKE UP PAYMENTS anxious to sell. Call tOd.y.REDUCED
f Tie 6laraetet
Brand new Singer Zig Zag sewing huelter
machine, 1975 model does all rig zag Pay $5,500.00 equity urMtted>tfiNKt> if nad kazards f lor the kit el(the trifiul tread.II

work. Sacrifice balance $117.20 or payments on 3BR.CHA, the Mt we Kid,it tv iptiM.repair it w replace it.twinfirir ,
need someone to take up payments Large family room fir the trod wear M i pre nU share il the eirreit poet pta
S12.60 per month. Phone 7310255. Free & low payments. 4 UI.
home trial. OWNER WILL
CLOSING FOR iwMtttd ttaintvtar-Nt f for i specified ember el wres. II triad

AKC Reg. FOR Miniature SALE Schnauzer Approx. 1600 sq. ft. living men nt it this pent*,we wfl replace it Charms fer niteaie Used

Puppies. Call 781-4354 anytime. 4BR., 2 Baths, Extra a a prt all skare el tie nrreet price.OBER ,phis Ua.tttlelercialewKksIthlaed.
appraised. Owner anxious .

fc '.REAt.ESTATE: :HI On this 4BR.PLUSH,2BA.IS THE home I
w
OAK HILL BEST BUY to see It Is to buy It. .
3BR., 2BA., CH&A. All mod. kit. In. be finished for extra
FHA, VA. Good
eluding refrig. with Ice maker. Make $27,000.00 FAMILY 1
your offer today. 7834 Austin Road. LARGE 0 e
2Ba. home
HYDE GROVE ACRES BARGAIN Lovely 3BR.
1900 sq. ft. of beautiful modern home family room 8 fireplace.
with heated pool. Life time Aluminumtrim. with nice Bar-BQ. 1600
Burgular alarm 6970 Hanson Dr. beautiful living. All terms.SHEE 4 I
.
North. ,
lOACRES-McCLENNY HI-1511

Two Homes 20 Pecan trees. Farm NEAR ORTEGA [ :
equipment
and many extras. Low GOOD ,
'*xes- Elect bill ave. $20.00 mo. 1041 sq. ft.. 3BR., A-l
BOWEN REAL ESTATE
Ave.
Shirley
4121
extras,
".'tor' 384-1374




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For Sale: 1975 HONDA CB-400fand( Sale, PCS Brick, 3BR, 28A, LR, DR,

rres.a -era..sr-rrrrr..e.ea.--rrr-rrr.a----r' HONDA CL-360 K-l Excellent Con Den, BIRO, Dishwasher, Double

dition phone 778-7249 after five pm Garage, CH&A, drapes, availableJan.

I I ........... 76. Appointment only 264-5906
1
I I CHEST FREEZER: 15 CO.ft. Hot. OP
THE FLEET MARKETs I point, white finish, like new $160,00
I f I 781.5863 For 'Sale-BABY BASSINET-includes

.1i ......,.... Pad and yellow floor-length nylon

1 ......"...,-- .vva ,."....,-,'.x,.y ,xa..wkwvaa: "' 'A'\:.:a_'WM<<<_...... .aawtxaaa_w.<....,,,."'_'aca.... I For Sale: Queen Size matching BOX skirt, trim, excellent condition $12,
SPRING and MATTRESS. very good phone 264-7139
A FREE Personal Want Ad Service for Solitary and Civilian Employees of NAS Jill and NAS Cecil Field ;
condition, call 264-8853 after 1700

I ......--. For Sale-"Exer-Gym" Isometric &
FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM
Isotonic Exerciser. (Adusts) from 0-
400 Ibs of Resistance) Like New.
Ads will be published no more than tnreep( ) Times. I
NOTE: Instruction Book also $8, Phone 264-
1 Limit Ad to 20 words or less. I 7139
1 \d Crib-Youth BED Combination $20,
I Baby Car Bed-Carriage Combination

:-: .. I $16, Large Hampster Cage $5, Stroller
; $9, Play Pen $4, Tricycle $6, Child
BABY CLOTHESBoy( & Girl),
.
I
try Bicycle Seat $4, 264-2904
.y r 0-18
Sc-1.25
dresses mo. Ilkennew,
,
,._
.".. I ""!- car bed toys, vaporiser crewel
.
I For Sale, Small Frost Queen pictures 712-7108-
REFRIG. Good condition, Avacado
1
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW. I Green, Ideal for singles or couple $75

1 BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. I or best offer 388.2743........... VACUUM CLEANER $7.00, Antenna

I Lake Asbury-IIOft LAKE FRONT, $2.50, Radio$2.50, Florescent lamp $S,

I nearly 1 acre. $13,800. Beautiful Aquarium $3, Grass Trimmer $2, 2
Name Office or activity to which assigned building lot. 264-0101 after 5:00pm: alarm clocks 772-7108

1 ...---..
1 1972 DODGE CHARGER, special 110 Volt Portable AIR CONDITIONER

Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature edition, Brougham AT, PS, PB, AC ,. 5000 BTU. $40, 771.1779
with white .
Metallic brown vinyl top. -----
$2295 771-4578 after 5:00: 3 sale
pm Fishing Rods and REELS for ,
1.Advertising will be accepted only from active and his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or
for less than V cost, $20, $15, $5, excellent .
military or civilian employee personnel assigned to activity to which he Is assigned and office telephone.This Large Hobby Horse $15, Crib-Youth condition 771-1779
Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. This Information Is for authentication only and your'
Bed $20, Cheeta $12, Baby Carseat $S,
ad should be worded Independently of this In.
Baby Carriage $16 High Chair $11, Orange Park-3 Bedroom, 2 BA,
J.Free advertising In the "FLEET MARKET" formation. Forms must be clearly typed or printed-
childs Bicycle Seat $4, All Excellent
Privacy fence, covered Patio, storage
1 will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housing NO machine reproductions will be accepted. '
Condition 264-2904
shed, refrlg, 355mo. 1 or 2 yr lease
for personal use as a residence, these ads will be
Avail Dec Jan, 264-0760 PCS
accepted only if the words "PCS" (for military), or Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In 1 1968 Mercury STATION WAGON, AC, .
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the the following edition Is MONDAY NOON. Ads AT, PS PB, Disc brakes, new engine,
HONDA C&
1973
175, Low mileage
Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the arriving after that date or ads held out because of good buy at $125, call 264-2904
good conditioner, luggage rack,
ad. Offers to buy or sell personal property; offers of space limitations, will be placed In the followingor
helmet $325 786. 335 PN2 Harrisext.
or
requests for rides to and from work; anweek's edi'lon. Ads will be run only one time, unless ,For Sale: Smoked-gray DINING 341Small '
nouncements of educational courses offered by non re submitted as prescribed above. TABLE,chrome with marble top, and

profit organizations or government agencies. Ads 4 matching chairs.. Excellent, condition
for pets will be carried only when accompanied by 6.No phone calls will be accepted regarding I 771.7661 after ,4:30: Stereo' Suitcase type Women's
the word "Free"_ "FLEET MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR ............ Golf Clubs and Cart. Swivel Plastic
NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide I BABYSITTING In my homepreferinfants. Chair. Set "Best In Children's Books"

3.AII ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I Monday thru Friday. Near like new. Call 389-3285 after 4:30: p.m.

"FLEET MARKET" ad form which will be printed NAS Jax Call 389.0793 '--1
In each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7.AII ads mutt be limited to 20 words each. No I Queen size maple bed complete $125.

will be rejected. more than two(2)( ) ads per week per person will be I 1973 MUSTANG Mach I for sale, 38 special and 25 auto. $60 each. 6.5
accepted. assume payments through Credit rifle & 12 ga. shotgun desk $10.
.4.Complete. ad forms must be mailed to "FLEET I Union, Excellent condition call' on Recliner Chair $35. Call 786.4429

MARKET" Editor, CO JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, 8.Ads appearing to be In the promwuon of a I base NAS Jax Ext 3973 '
NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212. business, or which do not meet, the above No money needed: 1969 Cadillac,
These forms must provide all Information requirements, will be rejected.( The publisher. I Norcold 22cu.ft. SmallREFRIGERATOR 28,000 miles. Take over payments.
requested, le: Full name of person submitting ad reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I Good for Apartment Phone 269-2690 after 5 p.m.

Lra garage, camp site etc 1 year
> ----r------airs _-_- -r---rr- a-BD-r 8r old-brown good condition $50.00 firm PCS Whirlpool refrlg. good condition
Call 778-4062 after 1730 $50.Whirlpool refrg. with separate
For Sale or Trade 11Ft.Week CAB 18Ft. 1-0 I Las Vegas 120 HP MER- 72 PONTIAC Crandvllle 4door, freezer $50. Exc. condition..Call after

Over Camper, Self-contained, 3 W.Ref CRUISER Many Extras, Immaculate loaded, AM.FMst.reo, tape deck, BABY ITEMS.It---Basset ,crib with 3 p.m. 269.1297
for more Info call Dave Green 3526 Condition,must see$2800 or best offer excellent condition, $2,500 Call 771- .
canopy frame $40, Peterson Stroller
after 1600 389.7804 771-2814 NAS 2740 Anderberg 4221 ,
Belt Exerciser Machine $20. Ladles
$10, GM Infant safety seat$20, 2U 1178
...._ _
M. Clothes. 5 pcs, dinette set. Vaclum.
PCS 12x64 MOBILE HOME Unfurnished 1969 VW CAMPER; freshly rebuilt RIDER WANTED, share expenses .. SWAP-My Sissy Bar with pad and Other Items cheap Call 384-5870

Large living room 2BR. engine,first reasonable offer or trade driving to Nashville, Te NN. leaving pouch for luggage rack To fit Honda before 7 p.m.
Bath, 5x6 storage & shed carpeted, for small pickup truck. Phone 264- Nov. 12. Call 264-2326 after 6pm 350 Cecil Ext 571, 572 Lt Clark
assume payments $103.00 pH 264-6802 8937 or 771-3211 Ext 422 For Sale 12'x65' 2 brm. den mobile

PCS: 72 CAPELLA M.H., 12x65, 2BD, 1949 Flathead V-8 Mercury "Delux" home 1 yr. old $8000 new want $500.
For Sale: 1964 CORVETTE Conv. 350, REFRIGERATOR-General Electric 1BA, AC, Rided LR, fake fireplace, Sale or Trade for pick up truck Call take over payments owe $5600.:Air &
4 speed, radials, tide exhaust good U+years old-Fair ConditionRunsgood white paneling, shag carpet, storage 778-3021 after 5pm Heat set-up onlot. ext. 3708

condition $2900 779-2581 $50 781-0385 shed $250 equity .. assume $93.21 A ,. .. .
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--.-....' Month: Call 7714)931) after 4:30: Petri 35MM TTL, SLR CAMERA For Sale'. Clarinet (B Flat) Ebonite
CASTING NET: 6' monofilament Bait For Sale: ELECTRIC STOVE drop In
55MM standard lens,200MM telephoto'lens about $75. Call 771.3211 ext. 1133 Mon.
.. casting Net Almost new. Adams C.F. type with built In oven. Like new. $60, For Sale : Green Vinyl HIDE-A-BED 35MM wide angle, lens and case thru Fri. 9.2 ask for Agnes
Ext 1424 or 786.2567 call 772.2982 after 6pm "'.1380 COUCH and Chair to match, excellent $250 264-1190 --..--

condo $75 or make offer, ask for Cruz For Sale: Water Softner Used very
BOAT: 13W Malibu TRI HULL with For Sale: G.E. Electric DRYER like Ext 2993 Airline 12"Bw"rv7$25, luggage rack"for little. $400. cash. Call 282.1043PCS .
25hp Johnson & Trailer: All 1973. new $75.00 Contact" J.C. Alma 772-9376 compact car $20, Petri color 35MM

Great fishing boat. Adams C.F.1424 or or Cecil Ext. 661 1972, 350CC YAMAHA, R-5, 12,000 compact full frame CAMERA$50 264- 1964 10x57 3br. Mobile Home,

786-2567 miles good condition, $350 W-helmet 1190 fence and shed,$3,000 or best offer, for
1971 CORVETTE speed, 350, 772-2664; After 4:00pm Call 771-7685 -.-...., Information 772-9858, location 4407
For Sale: One Orange Plush CAMPER PS, PB, Air Leather Interior 'good
Ask for Steve BED FRAME, Twin size with mat Chef fec Road.
1x11 one green-scuiptured condition.$4100 Call 771.3027 after 5:30: ......M.. tress and box springs Maple Finish, ...-..-
carpet 9x12 771-8576 (Best Offer
)
RCA COLOR CONSOLE-Must see to slats Included, $50 J.Walker Ext. 2118 Two custom motorcycle tanks. 2 gal.

appreciate, also Holley Carburetorwith peanut tanks. One molded one new.
air breather, brand new, For Sale: Sony Compact STEREO w-2 $15 each. 772-9414

OUR PRICES ARE sacraflce sell 781-5872 after 5pm speakers $35, GM Child Car Seat $15, '--
.
call( 743.3793 1974 Yamaha 500cc, recently
., For Sale: Phllco STOVE $130, Hot- .....--. overhauled and tuned, 269-2357 after
THE point refrigerator (white) $40, must Sale-71 DODGE POLARA, 440 Cl,new 5:00: p.m. or weekend
LOWEST. sell by Nov. 1st because of move. If barrel carb. Runs good-needs

Interested call 381-0369 anytime transmission seals $600 cash. 24 Inch Hotpolnt built In electric stove.

"Robbie" 772.2389 or 641-4963' Needs repair.$15.00 Call 269.2357 after
SELECTED DEMONSTRATORS TIRES for sale HR78x15 Radials 5 or weekend.
Used-Lots of mileage left $35, Takes 1974 Camel Pop Up to Tent CAMPER,
them phone 772.3568 or 771.1839 Sleeps 4, Icebox sink & stove Like

1 5 new $850 778-2258 after 5ocpm (Continued on page 17)


.
on Sale' at Dealer's Invoice HAVE YOUR FURNACE


Limited Availability. Hurry 'for FAMOUS CLEANED AND

Call our Salesmen: "Buy l4 BRAND SERVICED NOW!


BEDDING ''t ) t tThese
S. Cecil Pool .
/ SEE HOW
Jock E. Wooslex
Interspring mattresses boxsprlngs are by the NATION'S
D. W. "Jock" Parfitt f MUCH
CAR
LARGEST MANUFACTURER.
K This same bedding Is sold at
Johnny Senutq. Jacksonville's larger department stores at 2 and 3 times our prices.
Bill YOUR MONEY TWIN
Neymeyer \I
.. WE SERVICE ALL
Howard Thorn,Manager CAN Mattress or Boxsprlng.........-............. .29.9 5 MAKESANDMODELSRICK'S
BUY!
AvoisAi&li '. FULL Mattress or Boxsprlno ..................................130.o<

AMC fMplletke QUEEN SET ..................................,........................ .99.9'

_. KING SET ............................................................ .V<,.,5

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($4)) 717._ SO NORMANDY BOULEVARD, 786.414'". (Cert. M-391)) Ex-Navy '
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/ W.l.....w.f.mWliiA"jllim; : :: : (! ]iMMf@ ;:;: \ provided fenced yard, orange Park - -
973 HONDA
450 Double
Dr Inlet 264.0856 Overhead ironic flash. $95 Belz at X. 2771 after
Cams 8,575 ml $750, Call 7714782 Cecil 1500
I
I FLEET MARKET ] Wanted Small Kennel for shipping Feld Parts, TRAILER Park No 5038 All New

pups by air. 772.2424 or 771.2807 after 5
...--- ... For Sale: Sears Lady Kenmore DISHWASHER .
-- For Sale: Quaker Space 1966 V* ton PU TRUCK, good running works good but needs
(Continued HEATER
from page U) Mini Bllii'With 3'4' horse engine. Drum & Rack $75.00 772 2440 OH condition, $550, firm Std. Trans, and small water leak fixed. Best offer, call
Boy's pants shirts, Jackets, coat, $45.00. 1961 CL3SO engine for parts or camper Shell tele 7719441 781.1531

sizes 112. Official sports equipment, rebuilding $25. El seat and gas tank $S. PCS,3BR,2W Ba, Den with Fireplace,
some new. Bicycle wheels 27" and 20" each call 772.0375 WWCpt, Central air & heat, 2 car gar., For Sale, .Bradford STEREO AM. Beautiful Hand Made STEREO
PH. 384.7909 wad PLIFYER Turntable CABINET &
hookups, Orange Park phone 2448224 and speakers Speaker Enclosures-
Wanted, Quilt scraps reasonable $40, Best offer for more Information Make offer for all or part. 778-0429
Singer Sewing Machine Model, 270, ZigZag priced.. Home Phone 388.3347 Call 771.1677 ...--.
and cabinet- ,Received' two at 73 DODGE CHARGER headers, Completely furnished HOUSE on
wedding. Can only use reasonable For Sale: Car seat, black vinyl, ex. traction master, wide tires, S.ml.chrom. 1975 KAWASAKI S.3 3cyl, 4400 miles Ocean Pond. $13,500. Call 772.1505
784-3269 Cellent condition $10 tricycle $4 $2195 best offer Lesko 772. $1025 778 3422 Thurs.Sat 1.755.0440 Sun 8 Mon. PCS
Youth guardrail! $3 Child's metal 3620 days N .
1973 XL-17S Honda Mech. Excel. wheel barrow $3. 772.8892For 1969 12x40 3Bdrm Northern Built 1971 VW Square Back, Light blue
Knobble plus set trials tires 475. PCS: 3 Bedroom 2 Bath HOME In MOBILE HOME, excellent condition, 55,000 miles, very good condition,
Larry Morris 7729155 days. 2171 Sale: 1972 Olds Cutlass, std trans Mandarin, large fenced corner lot, 2W $3200 for Info: Contact NCI Bleyins contact LTJG. Mitchell 269.2067
nights. AM radio, vinyl top, carpeting. 37,000 years old $37,900 268.2545 Cecil Ext 188 or McClenny 1259.3744
.. mil.$2400 Call 784-4944 after 5:30: p.m. For Sale' : Riding LAWNMOWER, 8
For Sale: Hot point electric kitchen 1972 HARLEY DAVIDSON 125CC For Sale: 67 CORVETTE 427-435, HP, Electric Start, one year old,
range. Good condition. $75 or best Furniture, Playpen: bikes, toys, NEW Tags and Inspection, less than 4spd, E-6015 L4015 Rebu: front phone 269.0472 after 6:00 .PM on
offer. Call Lowltt at Cecil ext. 239 or clothes, many Items, Frl-St 9:30.5: PM 800 miles, like new $325, Includes suspension' mechanically good, needs weekendsFor
783 3490 after 5 1177 p.IISldes.Rolllng Hills 786.1991 helment, phone 772.7626 fater 1630 paint, phone 3018 or 268.5495
Sale: 1974 KAWASAKI 750, Less
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 10x55 Colt Commander 9mm PISTOL. For Sale.9x12 GREEN RUG, like--new- 1975 HONDA CB 200T Silver, Excellent than 900 miles Phone 249.0472 after
with 7x12, Expando On waterfront lot Excellent Extra Clip, carrying case $25, B&W TV, plays good $25, condition, $700, contact Jay 6:00: pm and weekends
In adult park, 12 Miles south NAS $150, Campbell B.A.AT2 Ext 3450 HS.7 bassinette with pad 110, 2 youth chairs McKinley 388-2421 after 00pm: N.Nw.1
Price $3500. 244-3108 384.3871 Nw..rK TOW BAR with Adapter for Opel GT
For Sale: Sears Kenmore DISH For Sale HONDA CL 100 $150, one 12lb $30 Ladles Exerciser Lounge $15, ((2))
WASHER Bowling Ball S Bag $20, call 185 by 14"Mltchelln Radials $50, Work
1972 Toyota Land Cruiser, excellent cutting board. Excellent Wife or Boat must go Try boat first 783.2208 '
condition, 34,000 miles, radio, CB condition, $100 246.2372, 2415 work 19' Fiberglass 150 HP OMC 1.0 / 5069 Home 771-0434
Radio, lockout hubs, removable Camper Top Tandem Trlr Book $3500 72 mini MOTOR HOME;' sleeps 5,
hardtop, $2975. 778.1529 1972 YAMAHA 450 Immac. 772.3148 asking $2700 call 772.0239 BIRO, dash and roof AC, excellent For Sale 70 OLDS 88 Conv. for $700
Ask for Greeny after 5pm 771.5189 $900 Color TV 19" portable $150 call 772- condition Must sell $4200 269.1610 Call Vincent at 2338 or 387.2281

For Sale: 72 cu. ft. Utility trailer. For Sale 67 VW KARMAN 0239 For Sale, : 1969 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE For Sale: Wood Frame HOUSE 3
GHIA New -
enclosed. 1300 Invested -
for Fully$150. 5400 Collins Road sacrifice Unit 5. engine 28MPG $450, call 771-9773 ask 1974 HONDA 125-CB, clean, depen. MK3, good engine, needs rear -end, Bdrm, 1 bath, $13,000 cash or $2,500
for Trescott after 5 dable, low cost call Cecil Ext 8310 and assume payments of $75 per
Work Ph. 2570 NAS S. Snow p.m. transportation, only .
month. Call Vincent at
6500 ml. approx. 100 mpg, recently 2331 or 387 2211
12'x64' '71 Craftmade MOBILE purchased another cycle, asking $425, 1971 22ft HOUSEBOAT, Sleeps 4,
71 VW. squareback, Air, good tires, complete galley, head, 10 WANTED: S-hdcp. golfer seeks same
HOME with Extension 2 BR, 1W bath call Bill..Work 772.2255 or home 784- hp
runs good, dependable transportation unfurnished CH&A 1819 auxiliary, assume Credit Union loan or better for some weekend golf. Call
,
81350, 784341 or ext. 2830 Reinsulated, of $104 monthly and $400 equity. 244 X2413 or 244-4810
skirting, setup, reasonable 264.3995
Open Road Slide.In CAMPER, sleeps' 4922
74 Kawasaki mini enduro 15
monthsold PCS 12x64' Sherwood Park Mobile 2
1967 RAMBLER 5 Intercom,
American range w-oven,double sink
Good ,
3600 miles S speed like new 8300 or For Sale.1974 YAMAHA, bedroom
Condition, good MPG Call Gunderson like new New Price $2500 sell $1050 250 MX and one bath, large living room,
best offer. Call 244-2894 2737.244-4471 Call Cdr. Picand Ext. 3062 trailer, extra parts Included $700 laundry area. Very low equity
; (Phone 772-3395 I assume, low payments unfurnished
For Sale: Two tickets to University of For Sale 69 CHEVY % ton Pickup, radio, 4spd, -..-. 2V* miles NAS Ph: 244-4802
Florida University of Kentucky game 6cyl, Fact 66 Air CHEVELLE, Excel Std trans 307 eng, new paint' HD Hitch & trailer PCS Lovely 4 Bedroom) 2 Bath HOME,
,
November 15, 1975 for 810 Call Peggy trans $350, Ph 772.9375 after tires 1600 cheap Brake Pkg 786.8144 fenced back yard, 2 car garage, 7Pct 1945 Renault. 4-door. Good cheap
Wrightext. 81301127, NAS Cecil Fieldor VALoan 2 years old 244-0994 ,transportation. $225. 7781574Kingslze
389.9848 after 5p.m. Shasta travel tr.ller."ps' 4, Air
MOTORCYCLE.HONDA 1973 CB 175, Condo Toilet,
awning, range w-oven
For Sale 136 Feet Chain Link solid oak headboard $40. Two
.
Firm mattress and Box springs helmet In good,condition$350, call, lust 772.7065 Inspected, with 784 8164 _.....-....... FENCE. 4Ft. High Includes posts, top plrelll motorcycle tires $25 Motor.
double bed size 825 Phone 771-4509 Leaving for Germany, Must sell 73 rail and gate. $175 or best offer 264. cycle carrier racks $15. Call 781-9037
# CARGER, excel cond C&H, Bob West 0996
S'e-S.t' 8. SUN+Nov 1 &
2 6029 }
Please buy me. My family Is moving Catoma St. Off Timuquana Rxt 2900 Ideal, for Xmas: Kimball Singer 500
away and I don't want to be left alone for Something Farberwar Grill and Rotluerle-like Electronic Orange, Bench, Music' yr.
I have Sbdrooms and the VA said I was everyone 1 1971 VW POPTOP CAMPER, AM.FM- new$30, Electrolux Vacuum cleaner old. $900. 4 Solo voices I Rhytm
worth $20,000. Call my family about SW radio, gas heater, excellent $30, call 7370409BABYSITTER Accomp Magic Cord Ilium Key bd.
me 778-0124 For Sale SOFA ingood condition, I\condition, Sears SB Radials' 7811059 -....... Call Cecil X. 8288 '
gold color. Early American $50, call after 6pm
264.0854 needed for 4yr. old 8,4
2 Frlgfdalre refrlg $125. Breakfast or mo. boys. N. Exchange hours I Including -. Boys' Pants, shirts, jackets, coat sizes
den Bar $35. Bike racks. $4. Elec add GMC 2V* ton Race- Car CARRIER :I For S.ltl5 ACRE FARM, house, twobarns some. sat prefer someone on 8.12. Youth golf sets, official sports
mach. $25. Meets Chicago rink skates 10,000 BTU AC New $100 28,000 BTU 20 pecan trees and located on base call 358 1595Yashfca equipment some new. Buy for Xmas
$7, Bowling bill bag $8. 771.5990 Gas HEATER $30 call 772.9344 :I main highway 100 lust 35 miles from Ph. 3847809
eveningsFor I base. Total $$16500.00 $3500 down and

BABYSITTING In my home, meals $140 per mo. Call Newman 784.4889 ELECTRO 35 with 1:17, 45 69 Corvette, T.Top, 4 speed Call Cecil
Sale, : 2 sturdy green chairs' and m.m. lens Leather case, and elec Ext.lCOUN1RY 448
772 sofa.-8831 Needs reupholstering. $50. Call :}:::::*:; :& -:: :'Ii' ;. .. =-Inn.c. >.>.>.>.>.>.>.:: >.::>.:::;::::::; :


1971 Triumph 450 Bonnevllle Motor. FLING NASTIES I :j
cycle, good cond. $450 PH. 244.2494

1967 Triumph 650 cc. Bike Completely f SALOON 1; Cf{([[< 1 '

reconditioned. Late model eng. Low <<
miles. $800. Call 783-0719 morn. Cecil. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT) ::t HOMES FROM 32,400

ext. 457 niter J 25' DRAFT BEER I and 4 Bedrooms-Family room-2 and 2ft baths

For Safer 1973 Capri. V6, 4 speed } NOON TIL 6 PMI |11 VA CONV FHA

trans, Sun roof, Air, AM.FM radio. /
Deluxe'Interior,Gauges, Rear window 6POOLTALESe3F00SBALLTABLESFRIENDLYATMOSPHERE 8' C Two block West of Four.ker Rd. \.
f.|> Off Normandy Blvd.L .
defogger $2500 289 7230 |
4 \.
;:> 25' DRAFT BEER EVERY WED. NITEI :| L 11-0 R. DOS T ''E 6 u \
Bicycle Baby sit carrier $8, domestic i
sewing machine, portable, all at. ..: 4217 BLANOINO BLVD. (Next to McDonald's) :XJ:: 786.440 or 391..5 f t!)

fern tackments baskets, $50., $25.Large Call hanging 781.2019 boston ....t.....;..."..;..;......;%......%..................................Open......tiv5.ti.........Monday..................thru.....;2:.;Saturday:.:tip:tic::s-ti Noon....sr til!:2.....a..;{m.v; :..:.....:.*.ftWHHw:'vta ,


Twelve families 10" color TV,
you name It we gottl, 4523 'Jade Dr.

E. (off Melvin Rd.)
THIS FRIDAY and
72 -- -- SATURDAY ONLY !
Honda 500-4 $900 Infant Crib, Since 1885
Childs Youth bed new In factory


Good packagelng, wild wood$75. ,264.7627-desk. or vanity $.40. HAVERIY'S furniture PREHOLIDAYS

Wood wardrobe $.45. Playpen $10.
Walker' $2. 778.1574.

Buesher T.noS'on.; for sale "There's No Place Like Home" ALL

Just over hauled. Contact Larry
Brown VS.24 Squadron Ext 8245 or 555 THREELOCATIONS
HALF-PRICE I
For Sale 67 Chevy Deluxe Sport Van In

very Honda good CL450 condition gOOd condition$1,000. For$400.sale Call 72 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY!

2449438 TWO BIG DAYS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS

By owner PCS 3br, 2 ba., 1445 spd Ft. GREAT PRE-HOLIDAY HALF PRICE SALEIJust
Brick home Lg. den fireplace Gat. home with exciting buys for the upcoming SALE I
In kit w.built.Ins. CH8.A. W.W Carpets In time to dress up your ,
Room and
drapes. 15 min to bases. 784.4577 holiday season. Select from Living Room, Bedroom, Dining
Occasional Furniture In many styles, colors and finishes.

Must sell: Schwlnn LaTour Excellent
condition 10 speed $120. Call 772.3211 WESTSIDE 5515 NORMANDY BLVD. DOWNTOWN SOUTHSIDE

xt. 213 HN Rlno Between 0700.1600 407 LAURA 4140 BEACH BLVD.FRItamlpm .

, FRI. lOam-9Pm SAT. 10am-5:30pm FRI. 10amfpmSAT.tamSsJOpm
PCS 3 bedroom house for sale, Orange' FREE PARKING SAT. lOam-S.JOpm I
park 2 bath, BIRO, dishwasher, STOREFRONT PARK FREE AT CAR PARK STORE FRONT FREE PARKINGOCTOBER

CH&A family room, den Sm. Equity
assume VA Loan. Call 244-8905







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18 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER OCTOBER


II


The following item originally appeared in STARS duty.That takes up another 125 days of your year
.;"''', and STRIPES during the era between World II and and leaves Uncle Sammy with 63 days.If .
'
Korea. It was attributed to an Army First Sergeant. you take an hour a day for coffee, cokes, and
He presented it at his retirement ceremony in incidentals,that's 15 days a year. Only 48 left, 52
Wiesbaden, Germany: half work days a year are set aside for physical
't' So you've been crying about how much work training and information and education lectures.
.
i. you're doing. Never get any time off, eh? Well, The balance is now 22 days.:
have it let's look at it this way.
There are 365 days in a year. You are entitledto Of these 22 days, 12 are pay days, and you
30 days leave and have the privilege of a know how much you get done then.That leaves 10

three-day pass about every six weeks. That's a days.

bad? total of 56 days, leaving 309 days. Statistics show that the average person spends

;..' There are approximately 16 National holidays 2 days a year'in the dental clinics and 7 days
1 and 104 Saturdays and Sundays. That narrows undergoing medical treatment. That narrows it

.<. the balance to 189 days. You sleep approximately down to one day. And brother, if you can't figure
,, / eight hours a day and spend another eight off how to goof off for one day a year, you're hurting.
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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER

NARF Chief renders final salute ': .

g rlTORRAISCE'S KITCHEN also was" Master Chief of NARF's"' mendation Medals and the
By Ricky Crews
Vietnam Service Medal with
and
drug abuse program was a
Jax
Getting from the
away three stars, others of his
farm and sawmill was the reason member of the Human Relations among '
Master Chief Meadows left Council. decorations.

We like to present recipes that are appropriate for the Clay County,Kentucky Ray to join the his"Outstanding attachment duty to NARF.,"he says"I've of and He's has the been father active of in six Scouting children,

season of the year but often find it difficult to obtain such 30 Navy. Twelve medals and nearly helped NARF, NARF has helpedthe having worked as a Scoutmasterfor

recipes. Somehow though we usually manage to. obtainone retired years from later active, AFCM duty.Meadows Fleet,and,in the long run,my ten years.His only son Is an
this"trick treat" is here has Eagle Scout at age 13.
and or no exception. He was a career Navyman, all tour helped me. He's been active in intramuraland

Pumpkin Bread, the way. "Once I decided to Chief Meadows holds the Navy varsity fastpitch Softball
eggs reenlist the first time, I was Commendation Medal, programs and enjoys hunting and
water determined to make the Navy my Unit Com-
2/3 cup Meritorious Navy fishing.
career," he states. _-._ "'t .
3 cups sugar Chief Meadows Joined the Navy
\k tsp. ,baking powder. in 1948, had his boot camp at the
2 tsps. soda Navy Recruit Training Center,
1# tsps. salt Great Lakes, 111., and after
additional training at Whiting
1 tsp. cloves Field, Fla. and Memphis, Tenn., .
1 tsp.,cinnamon he was assigned to Corpus f .y.
1,tsp. nutmeg Christi, Tex. as an aircrewman,
flying test mission aboard the
3te cups.flour PB4Y2 patrol bomber. .
1 cup salad oil That was the beginning. His
2 cups cooked pumpkin first tour In Jacksonville came in

large mixing bowl beat eggs until well mixed, add '1946 when he was assigned to the
Liaison Team attached to the
1/3 cup water and beat again. Add sugar while beating Naval Air Rework Facility

slowly. (NARF)here.As an aircrewmanhe
Combine dry ingredients and stir together a bit before was Involved in test flying the
adding to egg mixture. Add remainder of water and mix H-46, A-5, H-2, H-3 and A3 air-

before adding salad oil.After mixing in salad oil add the craft on board the station. ,
His next assignment was a
pumpkin and mix well at medium speed on electric Maintenance Chief for VA-87 at i

mixer. NAS Cecil Field and it included a
Pour Into small greased loaf pans.Bake at 325 degreesfor tour in Southeast Asia.
1 hour and 25 minutes. AFCM Meadows returned to
NARF Jax in 1971.Working out of
NARF's Project Office,.he was
BUY for coordinating
responsible FINAL SALUTE Master Chief Ray Meadows of the Naval Air
aircraft for and
processing Rework Facility Project Office, takes his last walk through the side
U.S. SAVINGS BONDS evaluating material all incoming for the Fleet.airplanesand He boys and renders his final salute prior to retiring from active duty
after almost 30 years service to the U.S. Navy and his country.

MICHELIN NATIONAL MICHELIN



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A BATMAN FAREWELL- Batmen of VP-J4 bid farewell to (L
to R) ADJC Roy Solleau AOC Lyle D. Sowers, AX1 Robert J. Nagy
(not shown),AMSl Lemuel A. Edmonds,and ADJ2 Ronald C. Mason. ivR
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advanced art PR2 George Thompson, AW2 Tom Moody, AMH2 Willie Ltsli, AW3 Brian Hart, AZJ
Kelvin Carrington,AMS3 Vincent Nardone,ADJ3 Bob Rich and AS Ron Sams.
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it Thtmail FLEET ANGELS No.1 261 94 ALLEY APPLES 32 36
i iRioL tM_ \ LATE CHARGERS 24 12 GEMS 30' 18
I TRIPPERS 22 14 BUSCH LEAGUERS 31 15ZERO'S
:1 HIGH VOLTAGE 21 15 29VU8tt
J NAMTD(1011) 18 18 "500" 28 16
r FASO No.l 17 19 MISFITS 28 20
Bantam coach Dorothy BANTAMS NAMTD(3032)) 17 19 KD'KEEPERS 22251,1
JUNIORS VP-3O"0"No.1 13V4 18V4 MOOCHERS 19. 29
Mason took pleasure in
W L MAD FOXES UNCONTROLLABLES
L No.1 13 23 19 29
presenting Frank Hortonhis Pin Action 15 3 Alley Gators W GREENBACKS 8 28 THE FORCE 16 32
NAS Bowler of the Gutter Rats 12 6 18 6 MAYO BAT BOYS 15 29
Big Four
Month award for his 51 Rolling Stones 10 8 16 8 ATLANTICW FLEET ANGELS No.2 12 36
3 J's&a C 16 8 L
pins above average duringthe Hot Shots 9 9 Strikers CONTROLLERS 29 15 NATIONAL
month of October. Alley Kats 9 9 Four 15 9 MAD FOXES No.2 26V4 17.% W L
Kathryn Taylor, David Four Muskateers 9 9 Aces 13 11 SEAHORSES 25 20 SPLIT MAKERS 28 16
Strikers II 12 12 VP-3O"0"No.2 24V4 WV4 ADCOP 26 10
Toni
Cannington, Lavigne Hogan's Heroes
9 9 Pin Ball Wizards 11 13 NARJAXNo.l 24 20 WOODPECKERS No.1 26 18
Jeff Mendillo, Cindy Mad Foxes 8 10 Gutter Dusters 14 MAD FOXES No.3 23 17 HAMMERSLAMMERS 22 22
Warren and Ladie Mar- Hot Rollers 7 11 Alley Dusters 10 14 ,ALLEY BATS 22 14 SIX PACK 20 20'
tinez were the Bantams Pin Busters 7 11 10 SPARKS 21 23 GUTTER RATS 20, 24 ..
Alley Kings 9 15 NWSF No.1 20 24 EXPLODERS 19 25
series rollers with Pin
high Spinners 7
11
Bowlders 8 16 SEABEESNo.l 18 18 CPW-11 18, ,22
Mike Dixon and Gina Peel High Hopes 6 12 Pin Splitters 6 18 NO SECONDS 18 26 ONE'S BUNCH 18 22
among the high garners. HOSPITAL 11 33 PAUL'S RAIDERS 17 27
Kenny Barber, Liza VP-3O No.3 10 30 BLIND RATS 13, ,. 27
Hepner, Ronnie Farinos, : ; ;...iiiHM@ -
Karen Mendillo, Richard LMJiiJi [ PACIFIC
GOLF STANDINGS ) INTRAMURALBASKETBALL W L
LaVigne, Karen Gaither, BEGINNERS 29' 15
Jay Jones, Robin Fish, I NWSF No.2 rr 17
Michael Zachary and Ruth BAD COMPANY 26 18
Stilwell also gave good AMERICAN NATIONAL The intramural basketball THE ERMIES 25 19
SPARK CHASERS 23 21
performances.Kevin w L W L season will begin Nov. 17. If you FASO No.2 22 22
VP-3O No.1
Mason and Larry 5 1 SUPPLY 5 0 have not attended any ZILCH 19 25
FASO
No.l
4th 2th CPW-ll 5 1 organizational meeting but are
GAFFERS 22
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Veahman both Bowled
171
NAMTD
5th lth NDRC 3 2 interested, call the Athletic
games to leaded the Junior MAD FOXES 4 2 ADCOP 3 3 Of nee X3239. Let's support our VP-3O SEABEES No.6 No.2 18 16 20 22
boys with Scott Mastersand 679th 4 2 VP-30 No.2 3 4 station and participate in all CPO'S 16 28
Bob Dews not far BATMAN 3 3 NARJAX No.11 3 1 athletic events. WOODPECKERS No.2 13 23
behind. Gail Sheehan's 158 AIR OP'S 2 3 MAD FOXES No.2 1 2
NARJAX No.l 2 3 HS-l 2 3
game paced the girls while VP-49 2 3 FASO No.2 2 1
Helen Reynolds, and NWSF __ 2. .6. VP-16 .' I. 1 C
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Barbie Edwards had AIMD 0 7 MARTD 1 5 TENNIS STANDINGS
identical 149 scores. Other SEABEES 1 5

Juniors having good day
were John Cooper, Dean Softball tryouts slatedThe AMERICAN W L

Krause, Vicky Bostic, NRMC 21 W 3 NARJAX 6 12
Jamie Duliakas, Alphonso Jacksonville American Softball team placed second in their VP-5 17 1 VP-49 12
Adkins, John Keiser, Jana division last year. Tryouts for the team will start Nov. 1 at ADMIN 17 7 AlROP'S 5 13
LaVigne and Richard Willowbranch Park from 2. 5 p.m. For more information contact VP-24 167/ VP-l 3 16

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Suggestion simplifies v auD GOP. > Drivers to

rerun great


scholarship processThe race of '08In

a Bicentennial recreationof
The Federal government ment at Ft. Eustis in 1971, the Great Race of 1908, 15
expects to save $1 million a said his idea would result in a antique automobiles will
\J\I year because Col John W. number of benefits. compete in a worldcirclingrace
Patchin, retired headquarters Fewer scholarship appli- next summer.
commandant and commanding cants would be turned down The vintage 1914 or earlier

officer of Special Troopsat because of failure to meet cars will roar out of Paris on

Ft. Eustis, Va., made a administrative and deadline May 28, 1976, and hopefully
.suggestion. requirements. This would arrive in Times Square in
Patchin said that military mean an increase in the num-
academies and Reserve Offi- ber of applications to be con-

cer Training Corps schools sidered, providing a wider
should use the same forms, selection of men and womento
deadlines and requirements be trained for service in the I II

? ,for scholarship applicants.He Armed Forces.. I 0
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got the idea while assisting -
Patchin's suggestion resulted -
his who has since
r graduated,son in applying, for the in the creation of the De- New York in early July. In

... Air Force Academy. partment of Defense Medical between,.they will cover 11-
., Review Board to perform'and 105 miles through Europe,
At the time, the Air Force, review medical examinationsfor Russia and Japan.
Army, Navy and Marine all applicants. This action The Great Race of 1908
Corps academies had differ- has saved the government was run in reverse, from New
ent forms for scholarship applicants about $1 million, because it York to Paris.
to fill out and differ- has resulted in more efficient
ent deadlines to meet. Ac- scheduling and has eliminatedthe

cording to Patchin, this put a need for more than one
strain on students-as well as physical examination.
,' their counselors and parents
-who applied to more than Since his suggestion resulted A Bicentennial passportEven

one academy. in substantial savings and

improvements, Patchin re- the Passport Office is silver colored aluminum rather -
t Patchin, who made the ceived a total award of $2- getting into the Bicentennial than gold. The inscription The American Revolution

suggestion before his retire- 100. Spirit., The office announced "Bicentennial 17761976"and Bicentennial Administration
(ARBA) has designated the
recently that beginning Janu- the Bicentennial Seal will
race an official national Bi-
I r ary 1, 1976 a completely new appear on the front and back
r will be issued. centennial event.
passport covers respectively.
John W. Warner Adminis-
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The Bicentennial
the will be done in Passportwill While the 1908 race took 24
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I., e1'W@ji@lli@Mililimlmit :mJi\nmM@ti&: :@:' Junior nament.Reynolds- All Coach Star expressed Tour Bill,- .;::ji jmjjjjjmjjjfjjjjijijmjjijjjjjjjmjwmmmmj! jljjj@tjjittttjijfjjjjIjjjijjjjjIjjjjjjjjjjjki! !!!! !!! !! !!!!! !! !! !!! :. I


c delight in the team's advancement REC CENTER RAMBLINGS! \
from
the ninth
the person who stands spot of last month.
I'f f the green and on Kevin Mason led the way TEEN CLUB SYNCHRONIZED
"Well
I't says,
with his The band for this week SWIMMING
I't here goes another 3 517 series while
putt.
t will be "Hairy Schffler".
What you see is what Mike Rogers' 191 game There will be an
you
get. The other person who took team game honors. Don't forget the Halloween organizational meeting for
thinks he can make that Rick Reynolds and Larry Party, Friday, 31 Oct. all girls at least 17 years

\ putt, will do just that Veahman aided the cause BASKETBALLThe old at the indoor pool Nov.
or
come very close. by rolling 26 and 10 pins, results of the week's 1 at 9 a.m. Come ready to

When hitting over the respectively, above their basketball play were the swim.
( average. Nicks over the Bucks 32 WINTER SWIM LESSONS
water don't
think
of the
drink. 10 and the Celtics' gettingthe November swim classes
That's
negative. edge on the Hawks 55- will begin next week.
Think of
the
pin. You can'tthink
44. The standings at for
press Register now Tadpoles.
of both
at the same
time were: Advanced
Beginners,
By Ruth Meaders time. Be positive in your Nicks 6-0 Beginners and In-
This week chose game and in life
we as your and Celtics 4-2 termediates at the
our event, to beat the Pro. things will happen; good 0oa Hawks 1.5 'Dependent Rec Center.
Mr McDonald plays a holeor things! (j Bucks 1-5 LADIES VOLLEYBALL

so with each group and Results: SKATEBOARD CLUB SHARKS 6-0
tries to retain his sanity at 1ST FLIGHT: There will be a" meetingOct. BIG APES 4-2-

the same time. No easy Nelda Bradt 30 at 7 p.m. at the SPARKS 2-4
feat. Poor man shot an Julie Uitti DependentRecCenterfora'Il TURKEYS 3-3

easy 81 so several of the 2ND FLIGHT: people who have signed up HOTSHOTS 3-3
ladies beat him, net score Dot Buker for the club. Anyone who SEA PHILLIES 0-6

of course. How, you say, Helen Harrison .. has not signed up but is
can a pro shoot an 81? 3RD FLIGHT: interested may also at-
Easy. He's human like all Lee Balbach tend. SNAFU

of us. Pat White GUITAR INSTRUCTORIf

The San Jose Tournament 4TH FLIGHT: anyone is i
was a great Kathryn Harkins teaching guitar 'lessons/

success and I was lucky to Low net of the field- Nelda please call the DependentRec
win it with' the woods and Bradt and Dot Buker Center at 3127.
.
water getting in my way J pIA'- GYMNASTICSThere
during the second round. will be an
NAS The night of witches and goblinsis
Hardest 79 I ever shot I team approaching. Here are a few organizational meetingNov.
can tell you. Jean Davis 'safety hints for the parents of 4 at 7 p.m. at ohe
won her flight and Jane places in trick-or-treaters Clad your Dependent Rec Center. All .

Watson' also placed.At youngsters in non-flammable dependents, 6-year olds
costumes and select colors whichare
Fernandina, Cissy through adults, are
city tourneyThe readily visible to motorists.
welcome. There will be
Lorch won her flight with a Choose masks that don't obstruct
fine 87 (47-40)) and Robin vision,and be sure that makeup is instruction in tumbling,
NAS Jax Bowling non-toxic. trampoline, and balance
Gilroy played her first Center team, under the When children return 'W AT METHOD OO) (/USE
your beam. '
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Although
sponsorship of Bran.ch.91, home, check their treats for any
didn't place, she broke the Fleet Reserve Association, suspicious-looking items.
ice and really seemed to Remind children that they
took all four of its games
enjoy the day. should not be offended if someone
TIP OF THE WEEK: this past Sunday to place doesn't join in their fun becausenot ROHRBACHERUSN
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Sylvania, Westinghouse, Zenith, Eureka, unbelievable prices during this 3-day sale.
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