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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1971
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I Commentary There may be "fraud" in your future .too i I ..


by Nick Young and has requested all of Ms future Kevin P. Phillips;writing in the tome to nearly $7 billion. And Realizing that Social Security
taxes (although the
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Editor' Times-Union it using an inflation rate per- agency
Note: Many military commentaries.As Florida put very
personnel have become concerned he will explain in his sixth well when he talked about cent over the next few years, the prefers to call them con
lately about curtailmentof article, the title I of the series Is "taking away" from the amount necessary for future tributions, try not contributing ;
to-called "benefits" by facetious to a degree but should retirement systems. He said, budgets becomes astronomicalfrom next year), are split between the
Congress. Notable have been the provide food for thought along "Actually, what will be taken the budget analysts' and employee and the employer,
recent attacks on the com with the contents of the articles. away is a set of promises that (a) taxpayers' standpoints.So DOD says in its proposal, let the
missary tore subsidies and the Comments on the subject should never have been made andb DOD designed a new individual receive that portion of
limitation on leave sellback by matter are welcomed and shouldbe ( ) cannot under any cir- retirement system that Congressis his Social Security benefit he paid
enlisted personnel. addressed to Editor. Jax Air cumstances be fulfilled." expected to look at next year. for but don't let him receive the y

Sweeping changes' to the News, Box 2, NAS Jax, FL 32212. The military has already seen a And those parts that reduce the portion paid for by the government
military retirement system are subtle change in its retirement cost of retirement ]fi future years .
to be considered by Congressnext The Jacksonville Journal system with the loss of the will be given favorable con- That, like it or not, is a
year and (In the name of recently completed a 12-part Rivers' Amendment from the sideration by Congress.It reasonable proposal. When the
economy many may well be series entitled "Social Security- comparability law regarding is incumbent on the individual individual reaches age 65, reducehis
'instituted.Mr. The Fraud in Your Future." AndI pay. It used to be that when serving on active duty military retirement check by
Young trained counselorson Imagine that many young military personnel received a and contemplating retirement one4ialf of the Social Security
the proposed retirement persons in the civil service, and pay raise, it all went into base from the Armed Forces to un- benefit he receives as a result of J
system and on the Survivors'' military work forces heaved a pay although the dollar amount of derstand what is being proposedand his military service. Let him
Benefit Plan for the Ninth Naval sigh of relief-the civil servant the raise was figured on housingand why it is being proposed. And draw the Social Security he paid
District several years ago. He because he has a retirement subsistence allowances, as unless he wants to develop ulcers, for-that came out of his check
was a recipient of Social Security system separate and distinct well as base pay. This in effect he had better look at the each payday. But the government
disability benefits for two years from Social Security and the inflated base pay; it likewise proposals from both the tax- should not have been
and is married to a claims' i(military person because he has inflated retired pay. payers' standpoint and his own. required to put aside (which it
representative for the Social' 'the military retirement systemas That advantage to the military Most controversial of the DOD didn't) an amount of money each
Security Administration. a financial foundation for his system has now been gone for two proposals is the Social Security payday for two retirement

Having' kept abreast of golden years. years.The. offset. And it is probably one of systems.
legislation of Interest to both But neither should rest assured Department of Defensewas the most fair proposals in part. Again, the proposal is
active duty and retired personnel .' that the funding problems being a couple of years ahead of What DOD is saying is that reasonable as far as it goes. But it
Mr. Young was the experienced by Social Securityare everybody else in its realization military retirement is the only loses its equity when DOD rather
featured speaker at the NAS Jax not going to rub off on that some changes were retirement benefit that should be than Social Security figures how
seminar for retirees conducted In everyone. As far as the federal necessary in the laws governing realized from military service.An much, of the Social Security
October. retirement systems are con- ,military retirement. With individual should not expect to benefit is based on military
His recent editorial on cerned, both ''military and 1,000,000 men and women on the receive his military retirementand service and how much is based on
unionization of the military was civilian, you can be sure there retired rolls and 50,000 more ,also expect the governmentto civilian earnings..
distributed throughout the nation are going to be some changes. joining them each year DOD just provide him with a''double Nut week ,I'll rover Social
by the Fleet Reserve Association There are going tq be some .can't stand the expense. benefit by also paying him a. Security's determination of
and at least one base newspaper things taken away from both if The cost of military retirementis Social Security benefit based on benefits and DOD's deter

reproduces his commentaries concerned congressmen have a firm item in the DOD budget. the period of time he served In the mination to show what I mean.
printed in the JAX AIR NEWS their way For fiscal year 1976 this cost will military. (Pint 'In a series of nine)



A few words about military. associations I



Editor'!note:, convention to approve organizinga than official channels. To date, the Non-Commissioned 'Officers thereafter) is ,open;,to enlisted
The following Is extracted froman union of servicemen.Are these outlets have been the Association (NCOA). people in all services includingthe

article, "Military military associations doing military-orientated associations. Non-Commissioned Officers Guard, Reserve and retirees,
Associations; an Alternative to such a poor job in fighting for the They, in turn, have been ham- Association, organized in 1960 in in grades E-4 and above. Unlike
Unionism," by Lt. Col. MauriceL. needs of military people that a pered because military members San Antonio, Tex., is the only one other associations, NCOA is not
Lien, USAF, Ret., executive union is necessary? The answer have not joined in the numbers of the four organizations totally dependent on individual or
editor. Retired Officer would have to be a qualified one. required to provide either the headquartered outside the chapter recruiting programs to
Magazine. The complete article Yes and no. Where the constituency or the financial base Washington, D.C. area. Since attract new members. It has at
appears In the December Issue, associations have come up short, necessary to make a greater 1972, when NCOA opened a most major military installationsfull
Retired Officer. usually it is not because they impact on the national scene. A National Capital Office, it has or part-time, NCOA-trained
Military people are turning to weren't trying. There are a major problem for all conducted an aggressive "Resident, Counsellors" who, in
his union for help because the number of reasons for this, including associations is getting continuous legislative program and main- addition to their counseling

associations that represent lack of support from visibility to those eligible to join tained good liaison with the, duties, also recruit new mem-
servicemen in Washington are military personnel, themselves. and whom they are working to military departments: Becauseof bers. Resident counsellors derive
doing a poor job.So says National Increasingly, as Congress and help. its multi-service membership, income in the form of commissions
President of the American DOD back off from being the Four associations with sizable it tends to concentrate on sales of NCOA-
on
Federation of Government "protectors" of the traditional numbers of active-force memo securing personnel legislation

Employees AFGE), Clyde M. benefits of the military, and as bers have been arbitrarily affecting a broad range of people.A sponsored Military insurance.associations can and
Webber.As military members perceive their selected to point out some current NCOA-suggested do
a result says Webber service chiefs frustrated in this similarities and differences in proposal, for example would :
of
a Provide another line
AFGE is considering asking regard, they are looking to make operations of such organizations. provide for severance servicesto
pay communications for the
delegates at its September 1976 ',their views known through other Each of the four enjoy credibility similar to that given officers for reach military personnel,
in the Congress and all maintain
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enlisted members
denied
liaison active,,Reserve and retired.
with the
military reenlistment or otherwise a Provide an alternative line of
departments., In alphabetical released from active duty shortof communication for their
.order they are: Air Force
20
years service during a members to express their views
Association (AFA); Associationof reduction in force.
JAX AIR NEWS the Army'AUSA( ); Fleet NCOA membership ((150,000 and needs to the services.

Reserve Association (FRA); and dues $20 the first year. $10 a Provide support to the ser
vices In communicating policy
All togetHer now and hardware needs to the

American
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributedeach public.
Thursday the U.S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, The NFCU is the
notXhe:; CU a Provide. support in
by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm.All copy submittedfor
use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Editor,Box Congress for DOD-sponsored
2,NAS Jax, FL.32212 by 12:00: noon Friday before publication. News Boy, when we goof..Last weekon automatically make loans from legislation. -
items are welcomed from all sources., Telephone 7 2.241S. page 12 we headlined a story the CU, ((3)) can automatically
"CU offers tax-sheltered IRA," transfer NFCU accounts into the a' Provide support, through
"Everything .dve'tlsed.: In ,this publication must, be ,made CU meaning Jax Navy Federal CU, and '((4)) cannot join the CU their local units, for military
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race,
Credit Union,. which is the local while an NFCU community relations programs.
creed,color,national origin or sex ofh. purchaser, user,or patron. member. All
A confirmed violation or rejection_of, this policy iof. equal opportunities :credit' union. This was incorrect! these assumptions are incorrect.
by an advertiser will result in tilt refusal 1 to print advertising -, It is the Navy Federal .Credit One more clarifying Provide,:through their efforts -
from that source.". ', Union (NFCU),.- whfch is Anybody, military or civilian point: ,to 'enhance the public image of
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries" con service
Washington based' and 'has 'no assigned to NAS Jax or 'Cecil the military, 'support for
cerning such should be directed tof
branches in the Jacksonville Field on a permanent basis'is recruiting programs.
'area, which is offering the tax- eligible for CU membership. Provide, a ,group rates and
e' THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY sheltered IRAs. We made the specifically tailored for theirmembership
t: 4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Ffa.
32210 mistake of assuming that the CU FRONT PAGE benefits not .....
TIOMAffiliate Telephone 387-3564 is part of the NFCU-it is not. available from the military
Member We have also learned that PHOTO BY services.
many Navy people ,confuse the
I VOL. 33 NO. 39 DECEMB'ER 11, 1975 I two credit unions, frequently J03 Military associations them of
assuming that because they selves are organizations
belong to the NFCU( they: ((1)) LDEE voluntary members with a
GINDER
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Reserve Readiness N

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Jax-A new Naval Reserve He has commanded units at
Readiness Command, was Winter Haven and Tampa, Fla. I
commissioned here last Saturday and served as Officer in Chargeof
(Dec. 6)) to coordinate training the Naval Reserve Training
from more than 100 Ready Facility in Winter Haven.
Reserve units and more than lIe is vice president and
10,000 reservists in Florida, operations manager of Gray
Georgia and Tennessee. Truck Line .Company in Lake
Rear Admiral Julian T. Burke, Alfred, Fla.and also is an officeror .
Jr., commandant of the Sixth director in several other THE FORMAL COMMISSIONING-Among those present during the formal' commissioning of the
Naval District, presided over the business operations.He three-sttte, 100-onlt Naval Reserve regional I command art (L to R) RAdm. William Nivison, USN,
commissioning ceremonies.Also deputy chief of Naval Reserve Capt. KarlJ. Bernstein, NAS Jix CO; Capt. John A. Chalbtck, NARU
on the guest speakers' Is vice chairman of the Polk CO; and RAdm. Julian T. Burke, Jr., commandant of the Sixth Naval District. Not shown Is RAdm.
platform was Rear Admiral County School Board and is ac- Norman K. Green, commander Naval Base Jacksonville. Representatives of the more than 100 units
William Nivison, Deputy Chief of tive in church, Boy Scouts of looked on. (Photo by LCdr. JVJ. Roach)
Naval Reserve. America and Kiwanis Club, in

During their talks the two Navy various leadership roles.
admirals characterized the Thirteen Naval Reserve units
Mention this ad when
you buy a
Naval Reserve as "an intrinsic and their skippers assigned to the
element of national defense new Readiness Command are: 21''
more important in a number Force Area Command Staff CHICK-FIL-A SANDWICH

ways than ever before In its 408, commanded by Capt. Don 3. ,{
history." Nelson of Jacksonville; or Homemade tCs .n

Capt.J.W, Gray, Jr., USNR, of Personnel Mobilization ..
Whiter' Haven, Fla., assumed Detachment 1208, commanded by Chicken Salad Sandwich
command of the new Readiness
Cdr. Richard M. Cross of Kan-
"Command (REDCOM) 'during
and receive
the ceremony.. napolis N.C.;

In their: remarks at the Naval Regional Dental Center
!srxyiprogramithetwGradmirals! and.. 1608, commanded by Cdr. JamesA. FREE.
10 nCdptnCrayi stressed that ''today's Hazard of Daytona Beach, .. x
TI&Reserire' muSt maintain a combat Fla. _
readiness which closely parallelsthat ; POTATO SALAD OR p y ,
of the active Navy. Naval Public Affairs Center ,
Noting that the Naval Reservefor 208, commanded by LCdr. CARROT & RAISIN
the past two years has been William J. Roach of Jackson- \ t

undergoing vast restructuringand ville; SALAD !
reorganization in an effort to Mine Force Support.Group 108, :YftrS
upgrade training and increase Lt. D Expires Dte. 20, W
commanded) by Terry .
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';. 1.'': combat::readiness;''the pmkeh' Brovk'ii'o'Jacksbn'ville; : '
;, :: c'added that"the results to date of Naval Control of Shipping
Fy')'' '
restructuring 'have been '
.. Office 1908, commanded by Cdr.
positive from the standpoint of' Kenneth Ratz, Jr., Jacksonville; La
national defense capability,
combat readiness and the 'total andNaval Control of Shipping

force' policy." Office 7908, headed up by LCdr. 1
RAdm.Burke.in commissioningthe William A. Collins of Gainesville, -fJi- ORANGE PARK MALLAMINOTON
new command,charged Capt.
Gray with the mission of ,"in- Fla.Also,Fleet Training Center 208,
: creasing efficiency and regional commanded by Cdr. Courtney W. tJrt
,'( '.''Imanager ent'' of Reserve units. Stanton of Jacksonville;

The Jacksonville Readiness Harbor Clearance Unit 208, led TOYOTA ARLINGTON TOYOTADECEMBER
Command, one of 18 across the by LCdr. Marvin G. Gentle, I
nation, includes five key areas- Decatur, Ga.; = .
Jacksonville, Orlando, Miami Security Group Activity 1908,,, = # i
and Tampa, Fla. and Atlanta, headed up oy LCdr. ,Jerrel C. .
Ga. -- which supervise the
Norton of Jacksonville; ; 0
operations and training of Base Consolidated Telecom .
Reserve units in "cluster" areas munication Activity 708, com- !

of the command. manded by LCdr, John A. Block sSe =

Capt. Gray, who has seen .Jacksonville; !
active duty in amphibious and Engineering Field Division 108,. = !
''submarine fleet units, has held a commanded by Capt. Michael A.. !!iIJ

variety of Reserve assignments Akel, Jacksonville; and .
injthe last 20 vears.PIPED __ Mobile Inshore Undersea
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., -.., -.' Warfare Unit 1008, led by LCdr. = .
Raymond V. Aver itt.. of
Jacksonville. ,.=. cv i
The Jacksonville NRRC. is
commanded by Cdr. Anthony D. I

Arrigo of Orange Park, Fla. I,
Other units in the Jacksonvillearea wx : An -+

all air reserve units,
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Seabee units and ship main-'
tenance and repair units, do not
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,Jacksonville will hold its Fall Art S
Show at the new Independent Life
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.w Demonstration in wafer color,
). acrylic, and other media will be
ABOARD Is Capt. J. W. held each day. Today's and
Gray, Jr., as ht assumes com tomorrow's shows are from 10
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mend of the thrtt-statt (Florid. a.m." to 6 p.mT and Saturday'sshow
Georgia, and Tennessee) Naval will be from 10 a.m. to 5
Reserve Readiness Command, p.m.
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aircraft used by the company.

BELMOPAN, Belize-This by Bill lleagley
Central American country is
Stamps," the work of the com- using four charming Christmas the middle of this month the moderating influence on the local
iELIZ pany's,veteran New Issues Editor stamps depicting local custom winter regime is well establishedwith air,temperatures.
Mrs. Lilly B. Freed. This sectionis and color. The 6, 26, 50 cents and frequent frontal passagesand In winter, cold air flowing over
designed'to help beginner or $1 values show various: native a return of Gulf of Mexico the warm Gulf Stream and the
expert find differences in the scenes with musicians and wave cyclone development.This Florida Current before reaching
many difficult-to-identify children in the festivities of the is also the time of the year Jacksonville results in temperatures
varieties of the early issues in holidays. when low pressure centers occasionally in the local area
particular. form off the east coastof remaining near or well above
6 United Nations souvenir cards Belize, formerly called British Florida and move north or freezing, while stations at the :'
are included for the first time in Honduras, has been in the news northeastward, resulting in low same latitude to the west experience i
that section. lately with the traditional dispute ceilings and rain at Jacksonville. temperatures that are
The more than 21,000 price with Guatemala. Most interesting December, along with 10 to 20 degrees lower. I
changes on U.S. material, nearly has been the United January, is the coldest time of the During December we can
all upward indicate the Nations General Assembly'soverwhelming with average temperaturenear expect an average of 15 days of t:
year
popularity and value strength of vote of support for 57 degrees Fahrenheit.The the month,with fog. :"
U.S. stamps and related items.. the independence of this tiny average minimum temperature This will present hazardous ,
LIMA, Peru-San Juan Macias country which has given the conditions
1 is 48 degrees F. driving especially in ,
Peru's newest saint, is commemorated world much of its valuable hard However, the minimum temperature the early morning hours. As a ,c,'
on a 5 soles stamp woods. reaches 32 degrees F. or matter of fact, December has the ,I
released here November 14. The MALAWI-This African nationis below on an average of two days poorest visibility of any month of :;,
patron of farmers and immigrants producing four Christmas during the month. the year for local driving. I
(having immigrated stamps depicting medallions Sea water temperatures are Rain is the 'predominate form .
by Albert B.Close himself from Spain during hislifetime15851645) which are on exhibit in the Vic- about 20 degrees warmer than of precipitation with drizzle also I
NEW YORK, N.Y.-This monthScott's toria and Albert Museum. Titlesof
), Saint Juan the average air temperature or a occurring frequently. The average \.
1976 United States joins two other Peruvian the 3, 10, 20 and 40 tambala relatively mild 77 degrees F. precipitation is, a little over two
Specialized Stamp Catalog is religious leaders of world note: values are: "A Castle With the Climatologically, the water inches. .
circulating here. From the Saint Rose of Lima and Saint Adoration of the Magi," "The surrounding the Florida peninsula Occasionally a trace of snowmay
Postmaster Provisionals of 1845- Martin de Porras. Nativity," "The Adoration of the fall. "'
46 up to the 1975 Christmas Another November issue of Magi," and "The Angel Ap- has an importantThe
stamps, it's all covered. Also Peru is the 6 soles item releasedon pearing to the Shepherds."
included are issues of Confederate the 21st publicizing the Ninth NFCU award I:,
ST. KITTS-These Caribbean gets
States, Canal Zone, International Fair of the Pacific,
Danish West Indies, Guam, called "Tecnomar 75." Those islands of St. Christopher, Nevis
Hawaii U.S. administrativeissues interested in obtaining Peru's and Anguilla display four Federal Credit Union The Jax Navy Federal Credit
Navy
for Cuba, Philippines and new stamps and colorful First paintings from the National has received the National Credit Union as well as all other Federal
Puerto Rico not to mention the Gallery London on their new 25,
; Day Covers may get details about Union Administration'sMilestone Credit Unions are regulated by
United Nations. same from Marilu Cerpa Moral, 40, 45 cents and $1 Christmas Award in the NCUA, an independent
Most dramatic innovation for Piura 925-4-Miraf., Lima 18, stamps. Subjects are,"St. Paul" 40 dedicated recognitionof serviceto agency in the executive branch of
this 54th edition is a 32-page Peru. by Sacchi Pier Francesco, "St. over its members.years the federal government. ;.
supplement, the "Identifier," James with Madonna and Child"detail
BONN, West Germany- The NCUA mission includes the
founded in
Originally 1933, the
from Scott's by Bonifazio di Pitati, "St.
adapted monograph
1976 issues here includea
January chartering, examination and
credit
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detail from Madonna and Child" of $35 to a worldwide memo Unions throughout the United
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I NARF has versatile cartoonist, artisth' I



created a cartoon for a good thing he was a good sport," acquired on his own through
newsletter that resembled the he remembers.One practice and natural talent.
front of a NARF hangar. After of his works that does not When asked where he gets

'that, he was swamped with bring a fond memory, was a some of his ideas, Laster says,
requests. detailed painting he did of Admiral "I'm always looking for a
," ,1 Laster was born In Greenville, I R. J. Stroh, former humorous situation. I've been
Florida and came to Jacksonvilleat commander of Fleet Air accused of being a little weird
the age of four. His first interest Jacksonville. The painting was because I'm always watching
,I ,: in art began.in grammar given to Admiral Stroh upon his people and thinking."
," school. retirement, and featured in a He explains that by watching
"My father drew when he was local newspaper as being paintedby people's actions and behavior he
younger, and I was imitatinghim an "NAS sailor." gets ideas for future assign-
," he said. "He lived on a ments. "I'm always on the
farm and drew mostly animals "Of all my paintings, that"was lookout for a face that will lend
and scenery, because that was probably my best work, he itself to a caricature," he says.It .
remembers.
what he was familiar with." takes a special kind of visionto
Unlike his father, the early Despite his skill as a painter, observe human actions and
drawings produced by Laster caroonist, and rugmaker, Laster express them artistically. Laster
were mostly portraits. He attended has never had any formal art has this vision and a creative
'I' high school in Jackson training.. His skill has been sense of humor as well.
,"' ville at old Stanton, and did
paintings for the walls of some of
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; the classrooms.
:I.' "",; Paintings of Shakespeare and s

... James Weldon Johnson are two of
'; NAVAL AIR REWORK FACILITY ., his early works that still hang at

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA his alma mater.
; Laster entered the Army in
1944 and served in Europe in a
trucking supply detail during <6 a.

GIVING HUMAN CHARACTERISTICS to an A-7, this Laster cartoon World War II. Upon returning to
opened a NARF slide presentation.by Jacksonville, he attend Edward
Waters College for one year.
Ricky Crews is spent creating drawings for In 1948 he came to the OAR
What do a uniformed officer newsletters, flyers and posters. Department here as a helper
wearing oversized tennis shoes, a From time to time he is called general. It wasn't until 1952 that
smiling A-7 aircraft with crossed upon.to design 35mm slides and an Inspector noticed his artistic
eyes, or a damaged TF-41 engine transparencies for command ability and arranged to have him
with its tongue hanging out havein presentations. Some of the causes transferred to' the pattern shop
? where he could his artistic
common his art promotes are energy use
Probably nothing, unless they conservation, cost reduction, talent.
!., are caricatures drawn by NARF safety, and employee motivation. Laster was later transferred to
illustrator, Julius Laster. Laster gets his point across by the paint shop, serving first as an
"When someone comes to me using his ability'to give human assistant, then as a letterer and
with a request," says Laster, expression and characteristics to grainer.
"before they finish telling me inanimate objects. In 1968 he was promoted to one
what they want, ideas are According to Laster, he of two command illustrator
A POSTER FOR COST REDUCTION is prepared by Lister at his
flashing through my mind. especially enjoys doing positions. There are now five
work table. (Photo by Tom Hansen)
An accomplished artist as well humorous assignments. "That'sthe illustrators, Laster handlingmost
as a cartoonist, Laster does best way I can express myself of the drawings that lend
commissions for portraits and and get a point across," he says. themselves to cartoons or require
designs and hook rugs. His "If it's funny, people will pay sketches of people. .
paintings adorn the walls of Navy attention to it and mention it to Of the characters in a Laster
admirals, NARF supervisors and someone else." cartoon, at least one is usually oLIBRICAN
personal friends. He developed his style as a wearing large tennis shoes. "I erguoun
Most of his work day at NARF caricaturist 10 years ago when he once had to do a sketch of an TUDITIIIL!
officer for his retirement so I put
big tennis shoes on him and got interior
Open for your convenience 8a.m.-p.m. \ away with it," he explains. "Now :
Closed Sunday "
they demand it.
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During a seminar at NARF,
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portant link between the ser- hand knowledge of the problems more with SPs. SPs have a to have jurisdiction over necessary due to the problems
viceman and local law en. facing a sailor who may need helpful liaison with civilian everyone (save politicians) military personnel may encounter .
SPs don't put outside the gate. Therefore the with civil authorities.
forcement agencies. help while on liberty. police.And most up
with any bull." I need for the SP is negligible." They don't always give you a fair

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liaison. I think the servicemanmay ment money. The civilian police needed between local authoritiesand serviceman's problems better authorities reduces the involvement .
get a fairer shake with them force can handle the problems the military, a standing forceof than the civilians. Also, a sere of military offenders
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BARGAIN HUNTER'S PARADISE! NAVY WIVES GIVE TOYS TO MARINES-Jo Ann Gallo (left) and Nancy Lekberg, members of

=i (It's where everybody' going() the VP-24 Officers Wives Club, hand over some of the toys they've collected for the Marine Corps
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toys for needy youth shoulder will be placed at many program, linking arms with the
organizations.Toys the city duringthe "Citizen Marine" to take on
points throughout
JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION for Tots originated in Los December campaign. The another job besides national
Angeles as the brainchild of Col. collected toys will be taken to the defense. Additionally the Toys
William L. Hendricks, USMCR local Marine Reserve Center at for Tots campaign is a Bicentennial
REPOSSESSION SALE (Ret.), in 1947 as a purely local Bldg. 411, here on station, where project sponsored by both
effort designed to bring smiles to they are sorted and labeled according the Jacksonville and Clay County
LOT: CORNER OF CASSAT AND SHIRLEY AVENUES the faces of children at Christmas. to age and sex group. Bicentennial Commissions. Such
__Open Monday thru Fr"lday,4:0otIl4:30p.m.: Now in its 28th year, the I businesses as the Jax Board of
campaign has brought joy to pistribution to needy families Realtors, .Sears, I and Orange
CARS I 71 FORD MAVERICK J more than 50 million underprivileged is accomplished by local:social Park Mall, to name a few," are
$1295 I II. youngsters and has service agencies such as Divisionof helping with this campaign.
74 CHEVROLET CAMERO Family Services, AldersgateDay
grown to become an annual
Loaded $3495 I. CAMPERS tradition for more than 50,000 Care Center, and Duval Many business, firms have
t Marine reservists in more than Division of Retardation, to found a Toys for Tots "office
73 FORD GT TORINO WAG 180 units across the country. mention a few. party"a more memorable way to
$2895 72 26' TRAVEL TRAILER share Christmas than the stan-

dard office party, again
71 FORD LTD STA. WAGON $3495 BEST LOOKING GIRLS IN TOWN! brightening what otherwise

$1825 at the FAR OUT might be a bleak holiday for
I MOBILE HOMES I 1 underprivileged children. NAS
74 CHEV IMPALA organizations are encouraged to
$3095 / 1 I do the same.
72 LIBRA 12x60 Groups or individuals desiringto

70 PLYMOUTH DUSTERAs 2 Bedroom SAVE MONEY! Bring your own booze! make toy donations may
Is. contact the United States Marine
$600 $4696 MILITARY PERSONNEL ONLY... aboard
Corps Reserve,unit here
ADMISSION FREEH NAS.Ask for Staff Sergeant Mike
72 CHEVY VEGA 2 dr 73 SARATOGA EVERY TUBS.. WED. ft SUN. NITES Althoughnew
Glocke at X2743 or 2744.
12x51, 2BR ,
$1195 911,, CONTINUOUS GO GO' Oprn 4pm timi SuntHys too unwrapped toys are
; $4300 ? 4WESTtthiT itilthStEnt PHONE W Ji4 preferred, ,used toys in good
72 TOYOTA Two Door Sedan condition are welcome.
72 CAPELLA
$1795
12'x60' with alr-condlonlng,

74 DODGE TRADESMAN VAN Excellent condition VALUABLE COUPON
i
AC and Cruise Control $6000


73 CHEVY$3795 NOVA CUSTOMAir ] MOTORCYCLES r WE'VE, CLIPPED OUR PRIDB

Conditioned 74 KAWASAKI "175" ==: "/
$2195 '' '''".wII'UlOl.your.01.90 your '
$675 J/ <'Onltnd.ltp4kl.onf l I

73 CHEVY NOVA 5S$2J95 75 YAMAHA: .;...... wheel Wir o.ngl only on due*,and 14 Most cars
$800 bolonct two wheel,. Parts extra
NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE
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I "" c. Now,1I'all h vl to do 1.$clIp It. ,amlN. Can'or Ippolntment I
OPEN FOR BIDS to avoid delay' "

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I COIN CIRCLESby I 1S 1 rJ .. S S I IS. I IMOVIES


Albert B.Close

This column is being initiated to PANAMA CITY, Republic of START AT 7:30: Sunday,Dec.14
keep local coin and bill collectors Panama The world's largest Thursday Dec.11 RETURN TO MACON
posted on news and views in the and heaviest gold coin was by STRANGE VENGEANCE OF COUNTY,a drama starring Nick
money world.WASHINGTON. released here October 25th. The U.S. ROSALIE,a horror film starring Nolte and Don Johnson. PG. 95
,D.C.-Revival $500 Balboa coin is Winches in Bonnie Bedelia and Ken Howard.PG. min.
of the $2 bill might be the diameter,weighs 1.34 troy ounces PARK 107 min. Monday,Dec.15THOMASINE
Bicentennial item the Treasury ((41.7 grams),is 900-1000fine gold, cent Friday,Dec.12 AND
Department is looking for to save and equals $500 U.S. It was have THE STING, a comedy BUSHROD, a drama starring
money as well as "sell" dollars. minted by the Franklin Mint in starring Paul Newman and Vonetta McGree and Max Julian.
Secretary William Simon is the U.S.A. Robert Redford. PG. 129 min. PG. 95 min.
expected to unveil the new bill SWAZILANDAnother 1975 Saturday,Dec.13 Tuesday,Dec.IS
next July 4th. Designs .being gold coin of Interest is the 50 YOU'LL LIKE MY MOTHER, DAY OF THE LOCUST, a
considered include a Thomas lilangeni piece commemoratingthe a suspense drama starring Patty drama starring Donald
Jefferson-Declaration of Independence 75th anniversary of the birth Duke and Rosemary Murphy.PG. Sutherland and William Alher-
paired motif, Usageof of King Sobhuza II, monarch of 93 min. ton. R. 144 min.Wednesday.
those bills'could save' the this African nation. The ruler's Free Kiddie Matinee ((2 p.m.): ,Dec.17
government more than $27 image appears on the face of the MYSTERY OF THE ROCKET THE NELSON AFFAIR, a
million over a five year period, coin,while the reverse shows the MEN, '13, min.;, DESPERATE historical drama starring Glenda
reducing the, number of $1 bills GAME 26 min.; ALONG THE Jackson and Peter Finch. PG. 117
NAVAJO TRAIL, 53 min. min.Pizza .
I FBI has openings I


The Federal Bureau of Investigation An FBI spokesman noted that found
(FBI) has announcedthat the jobs may be of particular inn
Job openings 'exist in its interest to high school graduates
Washington Headquarters for needing employment while attending
clerks, clerk typists, college.
stenographers, computer per nurse
sonnel, laboratory personnel and The FBI spokesman also, annual
fingerprint 'technicians. To pointed out men and women who AMERICASFAVORITE
qualify for FBI employment, an are interested in becoming
applicant must be a United States Special Agents and are not the
citizen, a high school graduate, working toward collegedegrees work
be in reasonably good health and should look into the possibility of
pass a background Investigation.The going to school in Washingtonwhile on
FBI will be hiring several working in the clerical If '
hundred new employees for these program at FBI Headquarters.The pos
positions beginning in January, FBI will reimburse successful PIZZA
1976.! The FBI will also consider applicants, for their FBI
those applicants who will receive transportation expenses from Office
their high school diplomas within their home to Washington, D. C. Street,
the next six months. Temporary housing facilities are
Beginning salaries for positions One
presently open are:, Clerk, GS-2,
$6,296.00 increasing to over OPEN TRUCKS"I
$7,000.00 within 30 days after 2-6 P.M. SUNDAY OR Next Smaller Size
being, employed; Clerk, Typist,
GS-3, $7,102.00 increasing to over 5 MIN. FROM Eree
$8,000.00 within one year;
Stenographer, GS-4, $7,976.00 1
increasing to almost $9.000.00 '*' EXAMPLE
within one year;' Fingerprint CAN TO CROSS SI Buy one giantsausage pizza $4.85
Technicians, GS-3, $7,102.00 a r -1 Large sausage pizza
year increasing to almost free with coupon
(Tai and Drinks Extra) $4.85Smjym
$9,000.00 within one year.

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\ \ VP-56 gets new CO I


'k 4y in the U.S. Naval Post Graduate

School In Monterey, where he
received a degree in aeronautical

FOR YOURCONVENIENCE engineering; instructor's billet in
fluid mechanics and thermodynamics
at the U.S. Naval
Academy; ASW intelligence
officer in ASW Group One wherehe
r deployed aboard the USS

Yorktown and USS Kearsarge,
(
earning the Vietnam Service

Medal with four stars, the
Republic Service Medal and the
Armed Forces Expeditionary

Beginning SAT. DEC. 13 Medal for Korean service; VP-5
as the administrative officer and

offices will be assistant operations officer;
these
open on Cdr. James E. McNulla manager for Airborne ASW Sub-

byLtjg.CrandallKeflavikThe Systems Research and
Development projects in
SATURDAYSNAS Dragons of VP-
Washington, D.C.; and executive
56 welcomed a new skipper officer for the Dragons.Cdr. .
yesterday as Cdr. James E. McNulla, his wife (the
McNulla III relieved Cdr.
JAX lOam 2pm former Sally A. Bristol of
j William H. Compton. The changeof
Vergennes) and their two sons
command occurredin
: ROOSEVELT Hangar 831 ceremony aboard Naval and two daughters reside in

: .ALL" .9am1pm Station, Keflavik, Iceland. Orange Cdr. Park.Roger F. Donodeo

Cdr. Compton, serving with

.' CLAY COUNTY o' 9am 4pm VP-56 for the last two years, first reported new aboard executive as officer.thesquadron's
as the executive officer and this
The guest speaker was RAdm.

::,:: :: :::: :::::: :::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::: :$: ::....::....::....: :....::............:;:::::::::: ::: :;:....:::::;::;:::::::::;:: ::; year behind as an enviable the skipper record, leaves as he Harold G. Rich, commander
Iceland Defense Force. Honored
guided the 350-man squadron in
ftSAWfcttSryrSJAX included the U.S. Ambassador
guests
Keflavik
its present deployment.Cdr.
NAVYFEDERAL Compton leaves to becomethe to Iceland Frederick
'. the Commander
Commanding Officer of the Irving; Naval
Station, Keflavik, Capt. J.R.
CREDIT UNIONNOMINATIONS Atlanta, Georgia Recruiting
Farrell; and Commander
District.
.. '.:./ Cdr. McNulla assumes com- PATWING 11, Capt. R.A. Mar

\... mand after serving the past yearas
'" VP-56's executive officer. tini.VP16
:- "
',.. ,.,. ". ."; '':: 0 0 Born, and raised in Vergennes, wings
Vt., Cdr. McNulla joined the given to 3
i Naval Reserve while still in high
school and received a USNR WAN Russell Harney, AW3
appointment to the U.S. Naval Todd Keller, and AW3 Archer

ARE Academy,,where he graduated in MacDaniel, members of VP-16,
recently received their aircrew
1958.His tours of duty included: VP- wings.:WAN Harney and AW3

i 23 where fhe was awarded the MacDaniel, are, antisubmarine, ,
Navy Expeditionary Medal for warfare operators on the P-3C
NOW OPEN. service in Cuba prior to the Orion, and AW3 Keller is a radar
Cuban missile crisis; attendance operator on the Orion.


for positions on the Board of Directors and the ,JAX'S HAVE YOUR FURNACE
CLEANED AND

Credit Committee. Applications for nominationsare pIe SERVICED NOW!

presently being accepted for consideration. WHOLESALE! .

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PRICE TO ......
.Positions available Include three 3-year terms and one 1-year term on 'the (.1.
Board and two 3-year terms on the Credit Committee.

AUTHORIZED COLEMAN
By serving In one of these seats; you can help establish credit union services MOBILE HOME
that will benefit all members, while offering understanding and ft R.V.SERVICE CENTERRICK'S
guidance to fellow members l In their financial needs.
I
.The only quallflcatlons,rjequlred are genuine Interest In the credit union
and Its members, and the willingness to contribute one's time and skills to Iil6PM AIR CONDITIONING,
the elected position.APPLICATIONS. '
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:AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER PAGE 11I



I Dragonslayers get r 7 :

CNO Safety AwardUSS )


John F. Kennedy In t E yti
praised the officers and men for t
recent ceremonies on board the their outstanding
USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67)), professionalism and added that
RAdm.E.J. Carroll, commanderTask
the pilots and crews could not
Force 60, presented HS-11 have achieved such 1
a safety ,
with the 1975 CNO Annual record without superior per. k r&.,,brR '..kkL.ci
Aviation Safety Award for formance from the personnel
Atlantic Fleet Helicopter ASW behind the scenes who maintain
squadrons. the squadron's aircraft and
Flying over 3,800 hours during equipment.The .
the fiscal year,HS-11 achieved 47 Dragonslayers are :
consecutive months of accident. currently deployed in the
free flying and made numerous Mediterranena with the Sixth. /
contributions to the HS aviation Fleet as part of Carrier Air Wing 8aM
safety program. RAdm. CarronREUPS One. i ,. "
'

aVU r s Y e$ HS-11 BEST IN LANTFLT-RAdm. E.J. Carroll (l_tt) presents the 1975 CNO Aviation Safety
Award to Cdr. F.M. Dreesen, skipper, HS11.SEWING.


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reenlistment papers from Cdr. C.C. Pease VP>U skipper, at a
ceremony'which took place In one of the squadron's aircraft in Hun-
tington, W. Va. YN3 Mahaney's wife Cliudienne and his brother New' in Carton, 1976 Sewing
Shawn observe. I

Machlne"ZI.'Z".aU'IION' HOLES, BLIND
Shamrock awardADJAN -
gets HEMS, TWIN NEEDLE, 3 NEEDLE POSITION, Fancy

Doug Guest was to taxi back to the line and get the Patterns EXCLUSIVE DROP IN.. .
secured. This action at
recently awarded the HS Wing cowling .I.$88
Or : "}'BZ". Safety: Award forpreventing the least prevented the tail rotor
a 'possibly very from being damaged. ADJAN 1975 Dressmaker Mew ,
serious aircraft accident.ADJAN Guest also received a letter of ,
Guest saw a helicopter taxiing to commendation and points
takeoff with a'loose'cowling on toward future promotions. in Carton Sewing MachineBUTTON
the tail pylon and alerted its crew'
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Keflayik- (Burp!)Three 20-( potatoes,pies, and other goodies 9*
pound turkeys flew from NAS Jax which also fell prey to hungry' f-' ;:.-t1974| Singer
to Keflavik, Iceland aboard a crewmembers. The,meals were % ,
squadron aircraft and were eaten prepared by the wives for i1 -
upon their arrival by members of Thanksgiving. The members of ? } New in Carton; ,
VP-56's Crew 12. The turkeys Crew 12 send many thanks to f
HOLES Fancy Pattern
didn't fly aloneaccompanyingthem their wives. / 1.uI'I'0. ,
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AND IDENTIFICATION.Shore Patrolman ABH2 Larry Machenzle,having arrived at
the City Jail,learns the,Identity, of the Navy person In custody and the charges against Individual
during briefings by the Jacksonville Correctional Officers.

PHOTOS ,BY JOS ,DEE GINDER ri

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WATCHING THE BOOKING Shore Patrolman'Machtnxle watches .
as a Jacksonville Correctional Officer fingerprints,a person
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A>- JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER PAGE 13'h



the.n you need a friend I Iby



J03 Dee Ginder After your bond has been
It's Friday night and settled, the Shore
you're cruising down Main Patrolman fills out the
Street ,in downtown Jax. necessary forms for your
You've just; come from a release and then returns
party and maybe you had you to your command. The
too much to drink. Sud- Shore Patrolman then
denly a car from nowhere serves as the liaison
darts in front of you! between you and the civil
There's screeching tires, authorities and your
broken glass and people command.

screaming. The next thing Staff Sergeant Bill ,
you know the police are Lusignan of Marine r I

there,lights are flashing in Barracks NAS Jax is .a 8
your eyes, sirens howling. assigned to Shore Patrol r
Then you find yourself in Headquarters as the Court
the City Jail, being Representative. His job is
fingerprinted, answering to file Civil Reports, inform -
questions and filling out the individuals ,,tam
forms. If only you knew commands of their court
someone to call, someone dates and follow up on the
who could come help. ,But trial results. He works ..
you're in the Navy and a closely with the civil
thousand miles from authorities, insuring that PAP "..v,,rv ASSISTANCE Jacksonville Correctional I Officer Claude Going assists Shore
home. Then the Shore the military person is Patrolman Machenzf in filling out the necessary release forms for a military man in custody.
Patrolman walks throughthe notified of his court date
door and,believe it or and the results of the case. military people. We also civil-military charges The 19 Jacksonville
not, you've got a friend! According to MACM Joe assist in the investigationsof were NAS Jax and tenant Shore Patrolmen work 12
Once you've been takento Lively, leading chief at accidents, deaths, injuries commands, and 398 were hour shifts on a Port and
jail, the police notify the the Jacksonville Area or offenses involving NAS Cecil Field and tenant Starboard three-day
Shore Patrol, who in turn Shore Patrol (JASP) members of the commands. The rotation and travel an
notifies your command. If Headquarters, "The Shore Armed Forces." remainder or 1506 were average of 13,000 miles per
you've gota good record, Patrol is also responsiblefor JASP averages 240 court NAVSTA Mayport, tenant month, covering 30
and have been a good maintaining a appearances,processing 98 commands, ships, and counties in southern
performer, your chancesare respectful and friendly civil offenses and 76 for- commands out of the area Georgia and 23 counties in
good that, your com- liaison with the civil mal reports,per month. Of as well as other branchesof northern Florida
mand will post a '"face authorities and local these averages, 532 of the service. 't
bond." Meaning that you citizens. We make periodic the past ten months',
will be released to your checks of establishments
command, and they in turn frequented by military
assure the civil authoritiesthat people and report con- l/'l l fllllii 4-f 1 Vi
you will appear in ditions which may be J
court on' the prescribedday. detrimental to the health, +-
well being and morale of
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We're not a chain store but we're competlvely priced' ...'.-........-.- W'fM 1IU fl/BCHASI

I VENETIA DRUGS"Your I BATTERY BRAKE COMPLETE JOB SHOCKSHEAVY

;;1: Neighborhood Druggist..We're here to serve you!" ;::1: 36 MO. GUARANTEE 10 000 m>I lt 11.*i par .irfintr DUTY

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Come S.. And Save OIL ANTIFREEZE '
I r <:::) CHANGE <., :)
$39 600 REE
27,950: }
'NOW TWO LOCATIONS TO SHIVE YOU ; $850 $450
BATTERY INSPECTION .,
I LAUREL: HILLS SOl HallllloHlld. .
SOt QuUllllfAU HYDROMETER CHECK OF CELLS c ALL YEAR COOLANT
COUNTRY CREEK U&IMIM.S j r a RI PLACE on/ nit IB: CHECK CHARGE ON BATTERY 'e CHECKS SOIL.OVER
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Him.from MO ui 1-215,15 mhs. ti downtewn,10 : CHICK ALL FLUID LEVELs CLEAN TERMINALS' INSTALLATION AVAILABLE
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OPEN 10-6 7 Days a Week ''ti OFFER GOOD ONLY AT OFFER EXPIRES 12-31,n

CALL FOR DIRECTIONS ::1: ,=,UIItWt Jim Martin.TireIM.CAII.

781-8070 781-8681 .
5403 NORMANDY BLVD PHONE 7868560t
/ EVENINGS 772-0624 771-8963 : WE'VE GOT A LOT ON OUR TIRE* f
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14 JAX AIR NEWS-'AiRWINGER DECEMBER In,1975+


.

First reupin


1 13 yearsby ..1r" Pbl


Ens. Dennis J. Lingle

Nimes, France For the first
time in 13 years an American .z
4 i- __ serviceman was reenlisted in .i.iM .ir


France.AW2 Steve Mullen, VP-45

aircrewman, reenlisted for his
third "hitch" Nov. 11 at Nimes

Garon Naval Air Base, Nimes.
The event took place in the

middle of a week-long exercise le
involving NATO forces in anti-
3
submarine warfare. 0et
eto'
AW2 Mullen, a radar operator '

aboard the P-3C Orion, has spent ene

seven years in the Navy, five of a''
them spanning two tours with '
Dan Wolkensdorfer, VP-30
PRO'S NEST ADVANCEMENTS-Capt.
VP45."I .
reenlisted for 'two' reasons, CO, recently advanced (L to R) ATS Terry Vawter, AMH2 Edgard de ei5s
Ann Schultz, AMH2 Alberto Canda, and AT3 Jose
t Castro, ABH3 Rita
really, said AW2 Mullen. "First,
[ offered and Barrera.VP49.
the Navy me $12,000,
second, it offered me a chance to displays P3CThe

continue my college education at .
RE-UPPEZ-VOUST-VP-4J' AW2 Steve Mullen (left), the first the University of North Florida." VP-49 Woodpeckerstook and ATC Roy Langtals K

American serviceman to reenlist In France In 13 years, signed his He reenlisted in France in the "BlueAngels" demonstrated the inflight ,0o
reenlistment papers while ADJArl Wayne Vanasche and Lt. Tom because he thought it "would 'be part Air technician station and the :

Holmes look on* ,, unique, something different, to Homecoming
IIPtt llili R/1It1fRII/ MIElIIIEI4cfP111tRlIIt ltltlOttillk reenlist here rather than in some Show held in Pensacola, computer and peripheral a''

,stuffy office." .. Fla. Nov. 22 and 23. equipment. A W3 Ed OIwit

Mullen ,will be leaving VP-45 The P-3C Orion that the Stevens answered

'lou'll( : be sitting pretty with shortly to report- for duty with Woodpeckers had on static questions about the'sensor' F

,0 gifts from R adcock" VP-30.. display attracted a great stations one, two and Tin

AF Msgt. many spectators duringthe three and also the ord- EleDrt

two-day air show. nance station.
Comfortobleman sized,
gets awardMSgt. Crewmembers taking partin tee

; : COLONIAL the demonstration of the DON'T .BESOMEONE Apt
r Elbert L. Gipson, Search "
aircraft included Lt. Ric
ROCKER Fo
at
Radar Work center supervisor 'WHO'DOESN'T
'
w u the 679th Radar Squadron, was Burton, Ltjg. Ray MP" Ski Are

'' 9 t 't $a =3.95 ( recently awarded a $25 check for cker Ens. Max Norgart; GIVE low

'I I"3r" NOW ONLY aa' 1 his suggestion to improve the air Flight Engineers ADJC att

o conditioning in the squadron Earl Delfel and AMH1 A .CAN .
: $00 training room by replacing the 11
in the
Steve Barrett
two existing window units with flight Donate a can of food to the con

"'11. $99.9i: ducts taped. off from the main station. Ltjg. John Boito needy at the PO. Club. and the,
.central air system. His and Ens. Rich 'Nash Commissary. '71PS.
J .
*!'suggestion'saves a good ideal of demonstrated' the 'tactical -.4 o'AIIP h MURa
jLA- B OY money and makes the trainingroom coordinator and navigator- 1', J : 4.
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more comfortable, too. communicator stations '74Ga
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Transitional RECLINA-ROCKER i":; .... 1 .
1 j4, Rocks at well o> rtclinti Attached 1* I CH.Or
iwi s pillow back in Gold or Olive Velvet, .\.j CLOSED
::
>. Gold Htrculon tweed or Olive f lull quarter-pound ;
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naugahyd. N MONTH UI
SUNDAYS
1 ,: ,,,, 1 1la
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Featuring I WARRANTY Z'
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$19995 .' ....: Is. hon EdcRei

yticr: C.'por. al $21SstratoIciungr i;: WESTSIDE ORANGE PARK g 1 '%" 1

:...:... 387-1127' 264.1222 ;:x ... I

r r:: WITHIN YOUR MEANS FIRST TIME OFFERED :$:; 1 win
f::: This pretty 4BR, \Vt' bath home Is Very nice older home In very good :::$:?, ci 1 516
f clean as a whistle. It contains a location of Orange Park. Three :::? -
ti fully equipped eat.In.kitchen, bedrooms eat In kitchen, separate :$:: tD
}. fenced! backyard. Close to NAS dining room, large lot with trees, ':$.
$24,000 BPP. lots of flowers & fruit trees, also ::$:: Buy one at
(D) JUMBO 2-WAY RECLINER chain link fenced. Won't last long. ::#::
..t. I" IMPERIAL ESTATES $27,900 Call 264.1222.. ij
Stratolounger' t. Bra
:: .: : Offers superb location for your : regular price
Grained! wet look super soft !I family. Trees, sidewalks, fenced COUNTRYATMOSPHERE '{ Zig
vinyl cover comes In Olive, '- /I Y .'. yard, short street. 3BR, IV batht But In very nice section lust a little S;[ get 2nd one at.. bal app
Gold or Brown. Button tufted j ,_';-... :> carpeted 25,500 BPPHUOEHUOEHUOE ways out of town. Beautiful 3BR, fij :L
cushion back. Handsome to ,. ..... ;;;,: 2BA home with unusual design toPh
look at.luxurlous to sit In. ;0": Inside & out. Large lot with : I
;t Oak Trees, large fenced ,lot, on privacy & hugh oaks. Enjoy| the fe: HALF II oblRea
,. ,.) 'dead end street., Home and .Income quite & the cattle grazing across :: 1
$ 995 C.po 01 ] .. .. :rS:: Llv In large 2BR home and the field. Be thj first to see It. &::, -I
.."... :' '.>: ; f rent 2BR apartment over 2r/ car $46,000. Call 264.1222. BPP, 'r{ 1 "'I 1 6 rr.3P
.1_ J tt< .. +;.. ,. garage. $42,000 BPP t
" f PRICE'
.. ,1.: .j ,...)(D) PEACEFUL I
l'/4 Acres of Pines on a quite little f::
e'f.te.a,1e 2lRC .ff ,BY CECIL FIELD road In AAlddleburg. Already, has cf .
i 10 Acre Tract n.ar' 103rd 'and well, septic' tank & light pole Installed t I
3-Pc. Cast Iron'ookwareSet' 'rf Chafee Rd. Owner will finance, on property. Priced! to sell. ?'r I J JI Fir
"',OW.Skillet .. 5}" Skillet. 1 }t call for details or |lust buy It for C"1264.I; 1222.. ri spat
eEa'f.frI ..,,:. Si'Skillet :': ff. $2500 per acrt., Privacy, guaranteed $,; Dairij 1 Xm
8' .. .y by Secluded area and private "GREATFQRCHIDREN" :: 1' mar
;, .
$ '
.5 road. .' The perfect neighborhood for i Queen 1 Off e
RpulorS0 ;.:. I raising children with a park,: tomJon
Volpe ICHEC OUR FULL PAGE AD schools, tennis:, courts; ball field;& I .' I'
swimming pool with In 'walking"distance. 1 '
the f; IN SATURDAYS .J6R,JBA,family room I ;! -1
... Wt offer Ilrgeifs.l.dlo quality namfi brand I brazier: Just
'f TIMES UNION much more In an area designed for':,f: .1 ,
appliances and furniture In: 1 ; largdrel
Northeast.Florida : FOR ALL OUR LISTINGSr family IIvlng.Priced at $1,150. i' "c1" I
BPP Ask about the cosh to' f 1
mortgage Call 2641222. I "IBT'S ALL GO.TO I ;)"I 3BRfenc
'BilA'lISitDI' 1 DAIRY OUE1: i' } .; -, .

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HOME FURNISHING CENTERSHome -.A.: ...\--1. ORANGE PARK 'y.4'. ,
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Home Owned &Operated by Thomas Walker' = :: 1'P VAt
... 24-2201'
|I' Old,
HIWAYUatKINGSLEYAVE ORANGE PARK! Ph2H '42 :
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AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER PAGE 15


2ACRESATLAKEASBURY BANK REPOS

Custom Built Ranch Type Home with '71 PONTIAC CATALINA, 4 door, HT

IIIRiIId every new & modern convenience. A PS, Air, R&H, AT, vinyl top. '74

__ CALL spacious 22X20 Beamed Cathedral MUSTANG II, Vinyl top, PS Air,
387.3566
: Ceiling Den with limestone fireplace. R&H, AT, '74 SEA TREK BOAT, 15ft.,
Custom kit. & brkfst. rm., formal DR '74 55 H.P. Chrysl. Outboard motor &
Ads Should b. mailed to arrive not later than Tuesday for & LR All wall papered & Cpt, This lot Gator trailer. '74' AIR STREAM

arriving too late for this deadline will be published the PUblication the following Thursday, Ads is toned for raising horses &.a garden.It's TRAVEL TRAILER, 31 ft. '72 12X70

strutted otherwllt. A check or money order for he cost of fOllowing the ad week unless the publisher Is In. the nicest 3 acre lot In the area. KINGSWOOD MOBILE HOME, 2BR.,
must be received WITH the Sacrifice $60,000. Phone
282-1330
copy. or
RATE: minimum charge (3 lines) ...$2.EMPLOYMENT Per 389 0809. CH&A.For
additional line ((4 more Info Ph. 389-6123
Mall words per line) ...60c
tOI; HOLT PUBLISHING CO.. 4565 SHIRLEY AVE.. 4 BEDROOMS,2 BATHS Or 364-7592 Mr. Larsen or Mr. Kellum
JACKSONVILLE
FLA..32210 CH&A, Ig. fam. rm., fruit trees.Cpts.,
VA appraised $32,500. '69 FORD GALAXIE 500

I 1 BEDROOM BEAUTYCB 4 door AT, PSACRadlo, Vinyl top,

WHY PAY RENTI seeing Is believing, Bit-In Good Condition. $925. 771-6364.
NORMANDY VILLAGE
f:: Have several homes
avail. Conv. to Freshly painted 3BR. Aquarium fruit trees, & 8X8
Cecil & NAS, Immediate l., 19734DR.FORDTORINO

WANTED BYTHE, FBI for qualified buyers. 3 & 4BR's occupancy, 2BA, carport Masonry, w-Fam. rm., 8, a hobby rm., Hothouse, $25,000.VANSANDT REAL. ESTATE Copper Color PS, PB, AC & radio.
Cpt. &
w-fam. rm.Call Today drapes, range 8. Credit Union will loan approx. $1,850.
herks Typists, Stenographers, You'll be glad refrlg., fen. bk. REALTOR 389-3549
yd. Only $27,900. Low
you Best offer over $2,000. 264-5427 Eve.
fomputer Personnel Laboratory did.WORKMAN terms. See It today.CLEAN.CLEAN.CLEAN. FOR SALE
.. REALTYINC. OWNER
fersonnel & Fingerprint Tech.
Rea Itor-M.L.S. 5BR., 3BA., family home, 3 yrs. old, 1H MERCURY STA. WAG.
j-osltions are open for both male & 38S-93S5 And ready to move Into. This 3BR., 2350 sq.; ft. living area $56,000. Contact PS, PB, AC, $700.00. Call Robert Hall

female applicants at FBI LOW EQUITY-MOVE IN 1'BA., Home In Cedar Hills, Is Bob Jackson 284.5364. NARF, Ext. 2573.
Headquarter In Washington, D.C. Be settled before Christmas In this freshly painted. 8. Immaculate thru-

kasic educational req: High School 3BR., 2BA. Home In Oak Hill Park. out. Fen yd., Cpt., Bit-ins 8, other j. RENTAis" CUSTOM HARLEY DAVIDSONBeer
Iploma. Successful applicants Drive by & see 5746 Fiat Lane. Then xtras. Let us show you this home & Can Tryke, Disc Brake, Custom

leimbursed for travel expenses to call for appt. to see Inside. make It your home for the holidays. FURNISHED JBR., 2BA. HOME Interior, elec. start will trade for late

Vashlngton, D.C. If Interested, call SHRUM REAL ESTATE DAN JONES IASSOC. CH&A, Pool. Available 27 Dec. for 6 model VAN or cash only.289.7368 after

55.1401. Rtaltor-M.L.S. 7714289SHIPMATES.CALLJOEROPIAK 2317 Blanding Blvd. 369-6807 mos., $350.Mo. Orange Park, for appt 7P.M. _

SANTA CLAUS 264.1397 after 5P.M.OPPOSITE. ,___ '66 CADILLAC 4 DR,

MISCELLANEOUS. M,;), Is here 3BR., '''''8A. Home w-CH&A NAS JAX. Sedan Devllle, all power, New Paint.
Realtor, Associate with WWCPT. Off 120th Street Excel. Cond. $850. 3897436.74HONDA450$900'.
Blanding- GARAGE, RANGE, D-
Agency Inc. Realtor M.L.S. Mobile Homes & Apts. for rent, 1BR.
READY FOR CHRISTMASKC Bus. 771. Washer, fncd. yd., productive fruit
8036. units for mature adults.
Nice for
\ SHELTIE (Mln.-Collie) all shots trees, det. 12X20 workshop, VA Ap singles. From 75Mo. Larger Mobile Like new condition. Hooker Headers. .
ho weeks. Sable-White 269.1686 after EXTRA NICE praised $29,000. Seller will pay $300. of homes from $100.Mo. Must sell Immed. 771-4031 '
Describes this 3BR.1 BA. home on Ig. Vets closing costs. It absolutely will Children '10- do : AI.
:00.
: corner lot new double door refrig., not last. welcome. Justiss Trailer Park, '74 TOYOTA CILICA .

SANTA CLAUS AT TOYLANO BIRO In. lovely kit. Custom made SELLER PAYS CLOSING COSTS 389.3007.- --- ,I58R. ST., Radio & Heater Perfect Condition

avy Ex., Cecil Thurs. Dec. 11 from 5 drapes, Ig. screen porch, carport w- Your New Years resolution Is to move FOR RENTI 781.2933

(to 1P.M., working for Sickle Cell. storage, only $22,500.00. No money Into this lovely 3BR., IVtBA., Rancher ., 3BA., family home In Orange

down. w-WW Cpt., CHS-A fam. rm., fncd. Park, fully carpeted, AC $325. Call for. LLOYDS CORVETTE PLACEWe
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL REDUCED FOR XMAS yd., then begin your care free living. appt. 284-5830 aft. 4 P.M. or anytimeSat. Buy& Sell Corvettes

FULLSET WILSON GOLF CLUBS .4 nice bedrooms, 2BA., located on Call now $27,000.TWO 634 Cassat Ave3883311.
I With nearly new bag, only $75., 5231 beautiful landscaped lot, covered FLORIDA ROOMS

jTlmuquana Rd. 7716289. patio. Price reduced to $26,500.00. 3BR., 2BA. Home w.1747 sq. ft. of I ; 'h MOBILE, HOMES;:>: .; t

ARTICLES FOR SALE Extra lot can be bought for $120.00 heated living space Plus 2 car '

CLAY COUNTY-COUNTRY LIVING garage, 2 utll. rms., 2 Fla. rms., ALL MILITARY
[Elec. Estey Organ, new $75., Snare
3BR., IB A., located on 2.2 CH&A, WW PCT. DISCOUNT
I Drum w-case& sticks $75., Shoes boys Acres, Ig. Cpt., BIRO, refrig., fully 2 r
country home w.eat in kit., fncd. lot 366-4619.
(teenager size 10'4 S4., Various Games lovely DR. corner underground _
|Ages 812. 3884035. Fireplace In LR. Landscaped nice & sprinkler sys. & much, much more. WESTSIDE MOBILE HOME PARK

fenced for horses. Less than $4,000. equity & assume 8 2 & 3BR., CH&A, Conv. to sen I, NAS,
PLAN NOW IDEAL FOR YOUNG COUPLE pet. VA Loan.COMPLETELY. Cecil, 5515 118th St. 3 blk. East of
I For next summers fun of boating & Nlce2BR., 1BA. home w-Ig. LR, lovely RENOVATED3BR. Blanding. 7720260. k

I skiing. Call now for details on this Wt. kit., only $17,500.00. Home, fncd. yd., stove, Conv. to l1

Arlstocraft w-Mercrulser 1.0, w- HIDDEN WATERS everything, only $18,800. VA. Seller I ')TRANSPORTATION;> [ low hrs. & In super good cond.:7716878aft. Beautiful 12X60 Mobile home with will pay buyers closing costs.

4P.M. 12X30 Fam. Rm., located on semiprivate TOWERING TREES E2'S & UP, NO CASH NEEDED
lake. All equlpt. kit. Lovely 3BR. Home, sunken fam. ,
BICYCLES FOR SALE w-custom rm. Financing arranged, for low mo. Y'V
cabinets. Lg. tree shaded, w-real fireplace covering one wall. 1W
1 Ladles 8.1 Man's 10-spd.ln excellent landscaped pymts. Good dependable used cars, a
I condition. Call 771-6878 aft. 4P.M. lot, Priced to sell.BEAUTIFUL. car garage, workshop for Dad & an good selection, 3886422.
MANDARIN xtra Ig. covered patio for entertaining
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BANK REPOS Almost new, 3BR., 2BA. home in Also 18X21 Concrete Patio, WW Cpt., Vr1.

I '71 PONTIAC CATALINA, 4 door, HT, exclusive area. Lg. LR Cathedral fncd. yd. only $29,900.VA. ..

PS, Air, R&HJ AT, vinyl top; '74 ceilings. Sun Deck in back. Nice lot w- NEW HOME FOR THE NEW YEAR

| MUSTANG II, Vinyl top, PS, Air, trees. Lovely kit. w-new refrigerator Ring In the New Year, & own this cute Big Chief Say:

R&H,AT, '74 SEA TREK BOAT, IS ft., & range. Cntral heat. $29,500.00 3BR. Home, nice completely fncd. yd.:

'74 55 H.P. Chf yl. Outboard motor & LOW EQUITY for the kids, & summertime fun

Gator trailer. '74 AIR STREAM Will buy this Ig. 1500 sq. ft. home In already there with the above ground

TRAVEL TRAILER, 31 ft. '72 12X70 Excel area. 3BR., 2BA. w-Ig. living pool A must to see. Call Today. JACKSONVILLE'S BIGGEST V

KINGSWOOD MOBILE HOME, 2BR., room & dining room, CH&A. Low IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY3BR. (

CH&A. payments w-low Interest. $30,100.00 ., 2BA. Home In ImmaculateCond. TIRE BARGAIN

For more 'info'Ph.389-1123 THE COMPLETE HOMEA ., Fncd. yd., excellent location.

Or 384-7592 Mr. Larsen or Mr. Kellum custom built, 3BR., 2BA. Home w-avery Only $21,700. VA. Seller will pay all
Ig. pan. fam. rm. loaded with buyers closing costs. Move In now

GEORGE'S KENNELS xtras. Dbl. car garage In back. 1 car while loan Is being process .

Dogs & Cats Boarded garage in front. Nice pvt. lot. Plenty of FOUR BEDROOMS4BR.

Since 1925. Grooming, training, & workshop area. ., IVjBA. new WW Cpt., Cent. CORDOVANCR10

shipping, Visitors welcome. FOSHEE REALTY heat, Ig. corner lot, garage, stove, _
Bankamerlcard & Mastercharge 38-1561 Broker disposal, only $25,300. VA Call Today

honored. Off 1.10 Near Cassat Ave. & It won't last.
GARDEN & POOL ,
Edgewood Ave. LOW EQUITY, LOW PAYMENTSDon't
Lovely 3BR. Home, wall desirable
5085 Edgewood Court,783-162S miss this onel Neat as a Pin, & RADIAL
features, 18X35 ground pool, 3 lots,
cute as a button In this 3BR., 2BA.
TYLER A-C (LAKESHORE) dbl. car garage. VA appraised 127,000.UNHEARDOFTODAY .
Home. Conv. to bases, schools & .f TIRES
Repairs on auto AC, Central Units & shopping. Equity for less than $3200.
window units. 4711 Palmer Ave. 388- You are right but we offer this SUPER SPACIOUS3BR. ,
5161. beautiful 2BR. Brick In lovely area, w- 40,000 MILE
., 2BA. Home, w-1740 sq. ft. of
BBQ Pit, dbl. $23,500. Owner
LIVE CRABS garage living space, 2 utll. rms., range,, GUARANTEE'BR78x13
all
Wilt ord's Fish Camp pays closing.CEDAR HILLS refrig., Washer, WW Cpt. thruout, It
sep. DR, 13X27 fam. rm., Cent heat,
264-9707 In this
Have Convenience plus room
fncd. yd., concrete patio. Only
freshly painted 3BR. Home, for only 2695
MUST SACRIFICE $33,900. VA.JACK .
.
$2500. equity, no qualifying.BELLAIRWEST
Brand new Singer Sewing Machine. V. FOREHAND, CORP.

Zig Zags, embroiders, designs, darns, This home offers all the xtras 3BR., Realtor-M.L.S. 771."" ER78x14 2995 4
appliques, etc. Must Sell! Sacrifice LOCATED ON 103RD STREET
dbl. ,
2BA., fam. rm., CH&A, garage
balance due $133.10 or need someoneto Between Cecil Field i NAS
well for lawn care $46,500.
assume $12.70 monthly payments. CHOICE LOCATION3BR. MANASSA REALTY GR78x14&15 3595
Phone 7310255. Will deliver, no
dbl. BELIEVE ME
kit.
obligation. Home, new remod. new
car garage, kit. equlpt., fireplace $150. Cash will handle this 2BR. on R
'BIO SALERed very Ig. lot. Seller will" pay Buyer's 4 HR78x15 37M

Sofa, child's dresser 2.20" bikes $26,500.COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE closing costs. $13,500.

& many other Items..Call 781-3190 aft. Approx. 1700 sq. ft. featuring 3BR., OWNER NEEDS LARGER HOME

3PM. .--:_. fam. rm., formal DR., huge patio, no 3BR., IVjBA., Big lot, completely, LR78x15 39"
water or sewer Bill. Lot size 80X200. fncd, between bases $24,750.
E REAL ESTATE !iJ't] MOVE IN TODAY i tEJISSI
k"> Any terms $39,900. LIMITED WARRANTttlltlM / 4
CEDAR HILLS Vacant! Sacrifice$3500. for equity due

AFAMIL Y D A... 2BA., fam. rm., CH&A, fncd. to divorced owners needs action. No
3BR.,
4 e ivNleei IpiISt all ntt buds hr KM to if fc rijinl verf Nun his
Fire In the fireplace' .Is all this yd., nice neighborhood $2500. equity qualifying, no waiting 3BR., 2BA.
spacious home needs to be ready for low pymts. Brick, CH&A, fncd. $29,000. No closing n Ml it iv iitm.npai *v repUci it,ciipsj ntj to lit bHd wur HIPWltl

Xmas. Already priced S2,000-below OWNER PAYS CLOSING COStS' '' tin 6l tt
market and>owner, will consider all Lovely 3BR., In Cedar Hills, Many decorated BRIGHT *lots LIVELY of wall uaittH jailrZ t tMnst fct i spccM Mto s(Biht R tn$burs nt itftis
w paper
otters. Nothing down VA. Move In xtras, $20,500. See now. 3BR.Nicely, 2BA. Masonry- Home, Ig. pan. striK,tic m ns Jt6 4dlxplj hr Mkni tat m t ft fli dura 6))ttetsnnt ,

Jon tomorrow Aldrich and close In January. Call- FAITH REALTY..NC.. m'm* LR for fam. living. Sep. DR., shag fries,pta tu CtMWtuI nWrj tuUd.TIRF .
Broker; 724-60SO.
Realtor-M.L.S. carpet thru-out, Dishwasher, $27,500.,

NO CLOSING COSTS OWNER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS VA-5250. TOTAL CASH IJBR. B

Just listed tn Westwood,'3BR., with 4BR's, Cpts., 2 screened porches, plus ., 1BA., 2 Dens,on pretty big lot. J
large fam. rm.,, W-W carpets & 1BR. House on same lot for Mom or- VA Terms $24,900. Seller will pay I B '
drapes, fenced. Owner anxioul."SPOTLESS" I IVATOTAL
Income. All new paint: VA appraised buyers closing costs.
CASH $200. ] COMPANY
$19,500.
3BR., 2BA., plus fam. rm., Carpets, BEDROOM, 2 BATH 3BR., 2BA., near Cecil Field. Den I IrMAwMWM

fenced, In convenient Cedar Hills. CB. range & refrig., fenced $29,000. could be used for 4th BR. $20,500. No I S444 NORMANDY B'LVD 'I*

Seller will pay closing costs. Call to VANSANDT REAL ESTATE closing costs to buyer.MANASSA I

see. REALTOR 389-3549 REALTY \
Bunding Blvd ,'|i Mi/pott Rd 24* 41. '
BARGAIN BUY R e a I tor-M.L.S. 771-1600 I
VA or FHA, 3BR., 1""*8A., only 3 yrs. FOSHEE REALTY 6 it Phillips Mwv ?MJAX

old, this won't last.SERVICE Immediate cash for your equity, none SHRUM REAL ESTATE ;

REALTyINC. too large or too small. 5231 Tlmuquana Rd. IRealtorM.L.S.7716289 ,

7478103rd Street 3I8-1SS1 Broker 1 j

R ealtor-M.L.S. 778-4050-24Hr. fCEMBER .



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16 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER DECEMBERJ.1, !1975r..Ana.e..ea.oswe

For Sale: A year-old 26 Inch ten speed
.----------------- .owr..sw.r For Sale: 74 CHEV.CAPRICE 4Dr,
., .. .,, .. .. Columbia BICYCLE, excellent condition
,.. ,
: \\'h N cahTv: !41 Q C 'SM\\\lRwl'0. '.vA'"t.-aym fi"k2'.vNY' ataro<<<;tteoKegarMr'M' cwa ACPS.PB.AM.FM Stereo Radio tilt
$70 or best offer call 269.2176
1 I Str. Wheel Blue w.vinyl Top 772.9819

THE FLEET MARKET w..I1. I after 5pm 771.9212."............. -. Whirlpool WASHING MACHINE $45,

J I 20 inch GIRLS BIKE, and 10x13 Foot Whirlpool Dryer $55 14cu.ft. Upright
Tent Good condition PH 388.0311 Freezer$45 Sears ))4,000 BTU AC $125

I L.\>,\ mCa\"/,"aua"..\\ awarw"i.:...,.v'''QV\.",...,<..'''''''',,,..,''',.varvo, ''+''awa'.aav.xa_w.xwk w.v.aaNV.54rKaaa.vaw.!:: .1 Phone 3841223
For Sale Indian MINI MINI
A FREE Personal Want Ad Service for Military and Civilian Employees' NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field -
MOTORCYCLE Excellent condition In home onboard
Will BABYSIT my
I will make nice Xmas gift 771-7976 provided,Good care.
I FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM NAS Jax. Meals
Call 772.8975 anytime Prefer two year
Ads will be published no more than three(3)( ) Times. I 1973 SUZUKI ENDURA 250CC Street olds and up
I "Ul injr.L.: and trail Excellent Cond $550 Ph 72S- ..........
Limit Ad to 20 words or less. I 6479

1 .. FREE:'Two labrador RETRIEVERS.Both .
I HATACHI 4 Channel Quad AM-FM Female 7 Mos. Both parents AKC
I
I Stereo, Tape Player 4 speakers Blood Pups not registered, 264.8987 or.
", .1 (Never used) 12"x12"x22" New $235 2922 3, 4
Asking $175 771 2538
1 I : For Sale Bradford WASHING

65 VETTE CONV 3270030 over MACHINE and dryer excellent for
I ... I coftp, ; 4 speed hurst, radlals hooker apartment use as>, It has hook.up for
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW. I headers 650 Holtey Acel Dlst, 350 HP kitchen sink $125 phone 772.0803

I BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. I Myd Cam bal Crankshaft runs strong
I r $3,000 Invested,$2,200 778.2538 19 Ft. Tr. TRAILER, air,sleep eat 6,
I gas refrlg stove, heater, hot water
I 1972 PLYMOUTH.SATELLITE heater new spare tire & rack 8'x12

Name Office or activity to which assigned WAGON PS, PB AT AC 30,000 miles awning hitch, ball load lifter sway
I excellent condition, must be seen 269- bar, many extras $2,100 772.3691
I I 1334 AWH
White SEWING MACHINE For Sale,
Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I
For Sale: Outboard MOTOR 6 hp straight stitch with buttonhole at.
I Wards Sea King, low hours Call 771- tachment portable with carrying case
1 Advertising will be accepted only from active and his signature grade or rank rate, office or 0859 after 1630 excellent condition $40 388.1630

military or civilian employee personnel assigned to activity to which! he is assigned and office telephone.This I ..........
NAS Jacksonville or NAS Ceci"! Field. Information !Is for authentication only and your
For Sale 20" lawn $10 water
I Four 70 Series 13" Steel Belted Radial, ; mower
I ad should be worded Independently of this In. Tire. Will pass state Inspection cheap Sklls $5 2 20" Boys BIKE, $5 57,
2.Free advertising In the "FLEET MARKET" formation. Forms must be clearly typed or printed. I. 772.9586 24'Girls BIKE $10, Rink Skates Size 3
will be limited to: Offers to buy sell or rent housing NO machine reproductions will be accepted. I .. .. ... $10 Merc 400 controls$10 call 264.3805
-
for personal use as a residence; these ads will be 650 ..........
I TRIUMPH Motorcycle,
engineand
accepted, only If the words "PCS" (for..military), or 5.Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear' In I frame parts for sale call 778.2538 71 450 HONDA, 69"Ford Truck and
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the the following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads I Camper, AKAI Cassette Deck call
Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the arriving after that date or ads held out because of 2541
I 9x12 Green Short 268
Apple Looped
ad. Offers to buy or sell personal property; offers of space limitations, will be placed in the following I, Shag '....." "
CARPET with Foam Pad $65 778.1342
or requests for rides to and from work; announcements week's edi'ion Ads will be run only one time unless I >-....... 21" Zenith Portable TV BW Ex.
of educational courses offered by non. submitted as prescribed above.
I cellent condition with stand, $25
I For Sale Boys 26'_ BIKE 3 speed 1
profit organizations or government agencies. Ads
269.2209CARPET
phone
for pets will be carried only when. accompanied by 6.No phone calls will be accepted regarding I year old asking $40 Call 2640856 ..........
I the word "Free". "FLEET: MARKET": advertising. The JAX AIR Remington TYPEWRITER $25 Deep Gold Sulptured 9'xl2'
NEWS and AiRWINGER offices cannot provide I Heavy duly trailer Hitch $10 771.5557
........ $20 269.1930 O.P.
I 3.All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I ..
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i .'FLEET MARKET" ad form which will be printedIn r
In each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhandwill 7.AII ads must be limited to 20 words each. No 1

I be rejected. accepted.more than two(2)( ) ads per week per person will be I STOCKCMRACING ORANGESISPECIALTY !

4.Complete ad forms must be mailed to "FLEET I
MARKET" Editor CO JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 1, 8.AdS appearing to be In the promotion of a I
I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212. business or which do not meet the 'above FRUIT
These forms must provide all Information' requirements, will be rejected The publisher I 28VARIETIESCHRISTMAS
I requested, !le: Full name of person submitting ad, reserves the right to omit any or all ads I' BASKETSBring

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20 Acre the St. Johns
on
69 Kawasaki 500 chambers chpons Uniform for sale 1 set of aviation 72 Honda Coupe 600 like new low grove
River Take the Buckman Bridgeto
I road racing goOdyears. Exc. condo greens with cap cover. Size 42 short mileage,radials radio heater 4 psgr
,
St. Rd. 13 turn right. We are
must see. Plus second bike, parts $700. very good c nd.$35 Call 781.2119 after phone! 778.3808
388.5138 1700 located miles past ,Julington
Creek In Switzerland. Look for
41'--------, VAUUBIE COUPON I-------- our Sign.
NITE
I EVERY SATURDAY
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1 ,.y qQngof I NEW JACKSONVILLE GROVES SUNNYSIDE& FARMS
SUbs
1 a SPEEDWAYNORTH

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I ON 1.95 FREE! V4 Peckwith

PECAN PARK ROAD
Each bushel purchaseTO
I PHONE 757.5425 NAVY PERSONNEL

I. V H T Hours: Mon.Frl,7am.Midnight
WINN.DIXIE m Saturday 8. Sunday 10am.Midnight I
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1 7214 103rd Street/Telephone 772-0853 I f r ED JACKSON'SAUTO l ti


1 SALES & SERVICEOwned ti;


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I SUBMARINESmixed tuna Regular COFFEE Large.15 I ((Owned &operated by C ;: Ed Jackson, USN retired Reg.) SALE


ham cheese HOT CHOCOLATE I 74 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS Supreme AT, AC, PS, 14295 $3995

I salami steak Regular Large .15 I PBR&H,8trk.tapeplyr.

bologna sausage MILK 72 OPEL 1900 AT, AC, R&H 1895 $1395

I 71 FORD F-100 P.U.3spd 6cyl, R&H U95 $1095
1 pastrami meatball White or chocolate
71 MERCURY MONTEGO Sta. Wgn. AT, AC, 1795 $1495
turkey liverwurst Regular Pint .35 I R&H, low mileage71RENAULTR.16ATACR&H
roast beef corned beef SHAKES
t I 1395 $1195
1 ''vanilla. chocolate 71 TOYOTA CELlCA"spd, R&H 1995 $1795
t. .6 inch 12 inch 24 inch I
strawberry cherry 71 TOYOTA CORONA MARK I 11 I AT,AC, R&H 1795 $1595

.99 1.69 3.09 70 CHEVROLET CAMARO AT AC PS 2095, $1795
r Small .40 Large .50 I 8trk.tape
plyr, R&H
t. HOT DOGS SOFT DRINKS .
I I
70 CHEVROLET IMPALAATAC, PS, PB, R&H 1295 $1095
Hot Dog .40 Chili Dog .45 coke sprite I 70 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE Sta.Wgn.AT, R&H 695 $499

Foot Long .60 Foot Long .65 orange" mr.plbb 70 PONTIAC CATALINA Sta.Wgn.AT, AC, R&H 1295 $995
.
I FRENCH FR fES ..30t .' Small .20 Medium Large.40 70 ROVER 3500S AT, AC, PS, PB, P-Wln.AM-FM, 2395 $1995H.


) II HOT HOMEMADE CHILI .60 iced. tea fruit BEVERAGES punch I 69.CHEVROLET CHEVELLE 3spd,6evl, R&H 1095 $795

:'t HOMADEONION RINGS .45 lemonade grape 69 MERCURY COUGAR AT, AC, PS, R&H U95 $1295
orange 68 DODGE VAN AT,ocyl 995 S95

:. I FRESH DONUTS.15 Pints .25 68 FORD CORTINA AT, R&H 695 $595

68 VW FASTBACK 4spd AM-FM, H 995 $95

;; 110 % DISCOUNT WITH ,THIS COUPON 48 VW VAN New engine 1095 $195

67 CHEVROLET P.U.3spd. V-8, camper top 1095 $895

67 PONTIAC TEMPEST 3spd ocyl, R&H 895 $*5xStftftfxxw


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ilt1W.M@iiiMMi@mMWi!; FREE: IV* old Female Miniature 1974 XL350 HONDA Minor Repair For Sale: 1973350 HONDA, Highway
........ i&jt.: MM Sliver POODLE, Wonderful withchildren $650.00 3000 miles,days 781.1489 Nights Bars, Hooker Header Sissy Bar,
I housebroken, AKC. 2648987 772.3195 Ask for Hakes Carry Rack NAS Cecil Field Ext 149 1
FLEET MARKET J Slater
For Silt
;: 1970 Vw Squereblck, As Is For Sale-Six Drawer DRESSER and
for 5Boo,Call 2428 or 771.6325 after 5pm Night Stand $80,00, Upright DESK 6ftx12ft hand made Korean SilkSCREEN '
"" with three drawers and drop shelf Round Black Lacquer,
Bedroom HOUSE For Sale, Lawnmower For Sale: Set of CHROME RIM. Mother ,
PCS :> & womans $50.00 269-0486 -of-Pearl Inly Coffee Table
Orange Park, 2 Bath, BIRO, Dishwasher AW2 Stone 5069 771 0436 exerciser SAppliance( ) for Datsun 2402 $100, 11x13 Shag Carpet HP 264-0975
,CH&A Family Room, Den Sm "" Bassett Baby Crib $40, Pioneer Car For Saic.Cornet (Buescher) In very
Equity, Call 264-8905 TERRY BASS, 50 HP Evlnrude, Cassette Stroller $10 Tape, Phone Player $40, Baby good condition Would make great General Electric Console STEREO
Heavy duty trailer, full equipped, .282.1227 Christmas gift.Asking $75.00 Call 771- AM-FM Turntable 8 Track,
Zenith "Circle of Sound" STEREO, excellent cond $2775 Call Pryor 0803 Mediterranean Style 5250,354.1776 Ext
two detached speakers, needs sylus 2947, evening 264.3234 days 1969 TRIUMPH 650CC Chopper 227 during day
$75, 764.1833 "" Springer, dual lights,King and Queen 72 FORD TD, Red with white vinylTop,2DHTACPSPBAT$1650PH
seat plated frame, custom'paint,
J.C.PENNEY "Hard Top" HAIR must sell 1,500.00 388-1639 : 1971 CAPRI, $1300 New paint, good
MOVIE CAMERA and PORJECTOR DRYER, like new, only $10. call 264 264.7482 cond, 4speed, must sell, 786.2838
8MM Bell and Howell, like new $125, 1190 ...
764(450 -
"
"66" VW-SQUAREBACK, Val7e" b!
For Sale (1)) Set of Pull Type ((8-Ft) Ring Job lust completed, good second
Cut Away Harrows (2)) sections Call car, manual' trans, radio, plush Int KARATE & KUNG-FU
X2661 50.00 asking $400 call 786-5421
.......-. '

For Sale Electric FOOD SLICER, like LADIES GOLF CLUBs 2 woods, ----- --"' .-----_ Learn an Oriental Art from
new, still In box, used one time, cost Sirons, bag like new $30, 8MM Bell & '
139.95 sell for$20.00 call 7(3-3188 or see Howell MOVIE CAMERA, lights $55 ,1 j .k a competent Oriental Master
US Patou dr South 772-0558
(
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I t ; Monday-Frlday: lOam-7pm, Saturday loam-2pm
,
Must Sell 75 BUICK CENTURY V6 I'
AM-FM Radio & Tape, 15,000 miles PCS Must Sell 12'x60' Rlticraft 2032 BLANDING BOULEVARD
786.6682 Will buy 76 Tags MOBILE HOME, 2 Bdrm, 1 Bath
....-.. Excellent cond,many extras,$4500 or
Officer or Enlisted-Share Expenses. best offer Phone 269-2502 Call Now..384-1111
Extremely nice :3BR HOME, central
heat & air, WW carpeting, furnished 3-stool BAR, brand new Includes 2 f::::v: :::$: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::: :::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::

lavishly, 27" Raleigh Touring BIKE, stools, need money for Xmas, Worth GRAND OPENING .SPECIAL.
(169, sell for $85 Call 786-5421 ,

1971 TOYOTA COROLLA 1200 4spd, I FREE UNIFORM -I
white, good condition, must sell $1095 SONG K. PAK7th '
call 771.8320 or 772 8647 >>
:<:r ...FOR FIRST 30 MEMBERS :{:
THE DEGREE BLACK BELT << >>
STEREO,CABINET Large Pioneer 24 Years experience. (with this coupon) ::
Speakers excellent, good price QtrsB
FRAMERYFormerly NAS, Jax 771-2555 1975 Each class lasts V/i to 2 hours
.......... INSTRUCTOR
All Instructionsby Master Song 1C. Pak Cs
( For Sale: (4) 70 Series 13" STEEL OF THE YEAR ;
BELTED RADIAL TIRE. Will pass ::::::::: :: : :: : :: :: : ::::::: :::
Frame Circus)
state Inspection, cheap 772.9586




WE NOW HAVEE VOLVOS.
5140 BLANDING BLVD. ;:r'
(Next.to Pic'n Save M03ro St.)
PHONE 772.0500

FORPEOPLEWHOTHINKALONG
Large Selection of

CUSTOM & READYMADE .

.. MIRRORS FRAMES THE SAME LINE. .

PRINTS andORIGINAL

PAINTINGS ,. Thoughtful people looking for safety,comfort and

reliability in a car often come to the same logical.
.tconclusion
: our Volvo showroom. _

10% off! But not all people who think, think they The 260
-- GL all come
s
want the same Volvo.So we have six models '

-.to all i to choose from this year. with a new
rp" light alloy
military personnel! For those who want to drive the V-6
fuel-injected
finer things in life, we have three .
luxurious Volvos in the new 260 / .-..,, engine. Sturdy new
either
transmissions
series.A four-door sedan.A two- ,
automatic or fourspeedmanual
door sedan.And a five-door '
If you're looking with overdrive.
station wagon that any de
for the best value inoweiu bout Cadillac, Mercedes-yF (No extra charge for ..
>M' <- either.) Rack-and-pinion
or Lincoln owner steering. Four-wheelpower disc .
could feel at home
tl0'r\C\ 6 brakes. And a host of
in..if only Cadillac and creature comforts including
Mercedes
air conditioning, leather faced

Lincoln buffo ,. seats, power assisted steering, ,
station power front windows and heated .

driver's seat.
Insuranceyou'll
j For people more concernedwith
the bottom line'than the top of

find it at State Farm the line, we have the Volvo 240 series.

-. .. Twoand four-door sedans and a "
Give me a call today. You'll .
five-door wagon with new overhead "
discover what's made State Farm \
A
the number one homeowners insurer cam four-cylinder, fuel-injected
,mss engines and new transmissions too.
in the world.FRANK .,.
But without a 260's price tag

H. TALLYC. j because there are some luxury ;
.
j features you do without.. ; .

.L U. \: We know we haven't made it I ',.,i.. :' :", .
:,
u: easy for you. While it always took ; '.

IMS CASSAT fPuI: 1 some thought to come in for a Volvo f',. : : -,

AVENUE now it's going to take even more '" t.1J' ':::. .

rt to drive out in one. ..).>.,-111 ;.\. 'r

PHONE t -
.. VOLVOr. ;\ '
'
384.2226 > \\' ;
The car for people who think. ," ''4

MA I ;.' .. =l."vOlvO PllKl N...?"...Y.NMO...,...... 'ti: :. .f. '. :1> ':', .1to.t ..

Like a good neighbor, %ajwmwMvuiuj ffl w "

State Farm is there. .? ,The full line of 1976 Volvos are now available to see and drive' at.. ;.}:

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2525 Phillips Highway /f-r .;
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Stiti Flim Fm and Ciiwllr Comptnr '. tIIi"l ..
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Horn OlderBloomiitglM : 't Jo'" '-"
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dltlon $1600. Contact Krestalude Day For Salt-Sears Kenmore ELECTRIC Mattress $25, Walker $3 771.0980
I' .::ii!!!f!!@!!! :::::::::::::;:::;::::::::::;:::::':::::::::':::::;:::;::::::!:::!!:!:::!;:::::::::::::::;::::;::::::::::!! !!!!!:: 2389 evenings 744. .2987 Very STOVE Good, 2V' Condition yrt. old,Avocado$70.00 244 Green-5389 Orange Park Hgh School Students


72 RED CORVETTE T-Top 350 AT, available for BABYSITTING, afternoons
FLEET MARKET AC, PS, PPW, TTSW, AM-FM Stereo, 1971 HONDA CL100 Runs good $150,10 evenings, weekends,
...... excellent condition, Blue Book $5775 gal Fish Aquarium & fish and accessories dependable references exchanged,
;
Asking $5200 Ext 3134 after 6,' $15, stand also Included 783- Meadowbrook area Ph 264.3627

Auto AIR CONDITIONER, under the 2645064 2208
PCS Waterfront: V4 ACRE
on Cedar
dash, came out of 1972 Chevy Nova, River 2 Bedroom For Sale, Magnus CORD ORGAN,
HOME,
asking $90 call ext 40$ ask for HM3 House, Dock House, 2 fenced, boat 1973 HONDA 5004. Exc mech cond 68 CHEV CAPRICE, 4dr, 327 PS, PB, console with Bench & music 12 cords
Reid ramp 781.1237 PCS Boat Slips, $1,100 or will talk. 7200 miles, New In AT, New paint, new tires, Inside like $25.00 Playskool Tyke Trike $2.50 264-
.._. 74.. Call 733.4852 after 5 new, runs good $700 264 8352 3627

I I 1973 PONTIAC 9"p' Safari SW, AC Brunswick AIR HOCKEY TABLE
,
f PS, Radio.Cruise Control, new stl Aurora. Brand new still unassembled Oy, Two(2)( ) TIRES 1100.15 Trutrac will fita FREE: Beautiful White Female CAT, For Sale: Gold throw RUG (approx.
I 8" or 10" Split Rim, never been 10x12)) $10,stuffed animals, bear
Radlals32OOOMI. $3,000 firm, contact $30 Call Debbie 3167 778-2045 after 4pm 1 yr old,declawed, Indoor cat only 731- large
Cecil X-8279 or 771.1899 mounted $100.00 Call. 771 6448 4481 $5, others $3, excel. cond, nice gifts
269.0486
1969 19ft American Hloleah, deep V- For
Sale: Car CONDITIONING
1 For Sale, Topp' for small truck, Hull Fiber glass with 85 HP Motorala Quasar COLOR TV, solid
Chrysler Unit,
good condition $100 Call 269.0059 & Brand new, 68 Cougar Transmission state, contemporary walnut cabinet, BSA For Sale 1956 500cc Single $200,
Magic-tllt trailer, excellent con. ,
3spd, standard call 253435MM
new condition service guaranteed 1 Also want to buy outboard motors
a year, $250 call 733.1525 dead or alive,cheap, Davis J.) R. ADJ1
I Mamlya Sekor Auto XTL .......... 282,4589
ATTENTION CAMERA: Auto55MM, 135MM, 35MM For Sale: One Recliner and matching
I Lenses, Paid $650, will take $350 786- SOFA$40.00 or best offer, call 771.0682 SCUBA pro Scuba gear-compiete
0683 after 5pm outfit, call 733-3965 after 1800 for price
JACKSONVILLE 'CB SPECIALISTS
F Motorcycle SISSY BAR with pad $5, list
I umsmmsmmtitiI::::::: :::: :::::::::: :::: ::::: :::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::: : 1969 DODGE CHARGER, PS, PB, AT three helmets' size large, one Is full
383 Best offer ask for Pat Baynes ext face coverage 282.1022 13W BOAT with all controls, new
8284 on Cecil 786.5128 off base .......... paint and registration & trailer $150,
..........
I DIXIE CB I Good Buy: Almost new Mag: TV hard to get parts for 40HPenglne264-
73 Pinto Square wgn, Radials, 4spd ODYSSEY Includes 12 games & AC- 8352
,, trans 33. MPG, Luggage Rack, $2300 DC adapted fits 18.25 Inch TV, $75.00

::1:! .....SALES..........AND.......SERVICE.....................................g:: or take over payments at Credit Union call 388-3476 1973 CUTLUS SUPREME, 4 Dr, AT,
...
yW: : :::::::::;:;;;.;.;;;:;; : .. ..............................................:. ext. 8284. or 7865128. .......... PS, PB, AC Radio Home Ph 264-0480
(, .w..M.A.J. i..E BRANDS ...... PCS Orders here. Must sell S'x47' Wk 772.3310 $400 and assume
f PINTO-
72 FORD Runabout R&H 4 trailer. Much remodeling with new payments
6477 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD. PHONE 388.1111 speed, 37,000 miles, good cond, 264- carpet and others, 10'x7'metal shed ...-...
!1' 4188, included, call Cathy at 772.2251 Damask DRAPES-Belge and creme,
....-... thermal backing, 48"x82" and
For Sale 1971 K-1 HONDA, 750cc with 100"x82" Excellent condition $25 264-
350 Springer front end, good condition 8488
'IJ.I low ,mileage, 4000 miles, ..........
Sacrifice at 11150' Power mower, Briggs and Stratton
engine 22"cut, runs good (not self-
*. Frostproof REFRIGERATOR For propelled), $15, 264-8488
HONDA
h."on. Sale$75 or best offer. 17 cu.ft. '
"good things
Frostproof REFIRGERATOR For Must Sell: SUZUKI GT380 1975 Perfect
; on a honda." Sale$75 or best offer, 17 cu.ft. Ampex condition, runs like new $925, or
; y'y WINS AGAIN Micro Cassette AM-FM tuner with best offer, A steal) Many extras, call
speakers after six 7781483. 772-3143

{i HONDA XR-75 WINS 3rd ANNUAL
For Sale: 1973 PONTIAC LEMANSGT 120 BASS ACCORDION $120, Call 264-
3 MINI-BIKE NATIONAL 36,000 miles, good gas mileage, 3 8007 Weekdays after
l' speed transmission, good tires, extra
HONDAS RELIABILITY nice, call AZ3 Bost, Ext. 3565 For Sale-Like new Double Box, Spring
& ENDURANCE STROKE ENGINE & Mattress $50, like new "Won-
For Sale 1970 Dr. BelAIr Blue $700.00X2426 derhorse" Rocking Horse $17.50 Also

DOES IT AGAINI! .......... 27, some toys, noon-5pm 771-0925
12000 BTU Fedders
; Window AIR
; (No oil mixing or smoke) COND, 115 V $60, Coldspot 2 Door 1973 HONDA CB 100 only 3000 actual
XR.75 Frost Free REF, white $100, miles, very good condition, two
Westinghouse Upright FREEZER, helmets, all for $300.00 call 7728953RANGE

See complete line of HONDA MINI'S: Featuring XR75 $100. Phone 771.8968 Electric, good condition, 30

/'' Minolta Himatlc 9, 35MM CAMERAwith Inch, white, hotpolnt, call 786.9179
For trail riding or racing you can't beat. 45 MM, 1.7 lens Rangeflnder, like .
Electric' RANGE Sears
new $50.00 Watson 3082 NAS Coppertone
automatic, timer oven $100, formica
rw
HONDA MINIS: Prices from $299. Bar-Size REFRIGERATOR (with top Kitchen Utility Cabinet $12, old

stand), excellent condition $85, 264- Hutch 264.2823
LAYAWAY THAT SPECIAL GIFT-NOW. 1790
,( Christmas Gifts Galore-Something for Everyone 1975 DODGE VAN, new condition,
16' Seatrek BOWRIDER, Murphy wall-wall carpeting, AM-FM 8 track
trailer, 40HP Evlnrude, extras $1400, quad.stereo, V-8, cruise control, fact.
excellent condition, 25" Air Call 264-1330 after 7:00: p.m.
Admiral
OPEN 12-5 SUNDA YS..NOW TIL XMAS! .
Instant
I Ij' Play Color TV, $140' excellent
264-4476 1975 MAVERICK 6cyl stick, shift,
11,800 miles, take up payments,

YOU'RE INVITED TO VISIT OUR ACCESSORY & BOUTIQUE DEPARTMENT-ANYTIME NEED TENT. Would like one for .4 leaving for college Tel 731-4697

LARGEST SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM People at least, call between 0900.1030

SftW:::::::::?::*::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:;::::: :::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::: : or 1300.1500 778-1732 FOR SALE OR TRADE: Schwinn
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; ft & men's lOspd new
:: { :: 74 HONDA 450, like new condition, basket, exc. cond., $65. 110 Ibs. of

r j HONDA and BMW 1 j jj|; HONDA of Jacksonville j jIt Hooker Headers, $900, call, must 771-4031 sell Immediately 4810.weights, brand new, $25. X2413 or 264-

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Philips Highway l 6524
.... .. NorwoodAvenue For Sale: Egmond GUITAR $15, two FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1975 First
;;1; Phone 733-1044 |: I 1 :-'. GM car seats$8 each, Automatic baby Flight Offset Irons (stiff,2-Wl; Wilson
;; Phone 7642419&wWM :
I : swing $6,baby clothes and accessories Staff Irons, 3-W 2 woods, bag, putter,

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I Antique BABY BED $35, Mesh port-a-
crib $10, playpen $10. carseat $10, car
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NEW ROW CLUB OFFICERS-The Retired Officers Wives Club recently elected Its new officers part of NARF's workforce resulted In savings of more than $11.5
for one-year terms. Standing with them are the previous officers. They are (L to R) Bev McAleer, million during fiscal year 1975. NARF CO, Capt. W. J. Brandel (left)
former secretary Nita Parks, new president; Rose Finn, former vice president Kathy Evers, and William Hicks, cost reduction coordinator, read the Navy
former president Marlon Hilliard,new vice president Erma Smalling, former and new treasurer Achievement Award earned by the facility for reaching 490 percent of
and Sammy. Varnosky, new secretary. its assigned cost reduction goal..


I HS Wing 1 gives Christmas partyThe Plans PO Club taking reservationsThe

beingmade Petty Officers Club is now 11:15: p.m., and drinks for the
lIS Wing will hold its arrangements can be made. Call taking reservations for its New evening.Sing the old year out and
Annual Children's Christmas your squadron duty office with forreunion Year's Eve celebration. There the new year in with your friendsat I
Party for all HS squadron this information, or if deployed, will be live entertainment and Hancock Hall.'Tickets are $20
dependents on Saturday, Dec. 20 callHS Wing One at 7723085. favors all YOU can eat from 7 to for couples and $11 for singles.
from 9:30: to noon in the station The Christmas spirit will be

movie theater. overflowing and a good time is Plans are now being for- '
Cartoons will be shown and guaranteed for all.See you there! mulated for the First Annual 76 CHEVETTE
candy will be provided for all. Aviation Ordnancemen'sReunion.
Each child will meet Santa Clausto FRA, LAFRA The reunion is being
receive a present and have tentatively scheduled for mid UP TO 40 MPG PER

their very own pict'hres taken sponsoring partiesFleet summer on the West Coast.. E.P.A.
with the Jolly Old Fellow. Any interested aviation ord-
Notification as to how many Reserve Association, nanceman, officer or career
children you are bringing, and Branch 91 and Ladies Auxiliary designated petty officer, activeor
their ages, must be provided Fleet Reserve Association, Unit retired, should contact CWO J.
prior to Dec. 16 soy that final 91 and Club are sponsoring their W. Doran, CVWR-20, Bldg. 901,
Annual Christmas Party on NAS Jax X3457.
Saturday, Dec. 13. The Branch
will provide the ham and all

ladies attending are requested to 5 ACRESHeavy HATCH BACK SCOOTER
bring a covered dish to com 289920
plement the ham. The festivitieswill Oaks In Clay County. 1.4 Litre OHN Eng.
start off with the dinner at Low down payment. $88 per 4 Speed Syncromesh
TIM UANA BASE PRICE
UQ 7:30: p.m., followed by dancingand mo. NO LOW LAND. Lake Full Foam Buckets
TERRACEApartments a wonderful time to get privileges. Many Options Avail. Plus TransportationTax
together and enjoy the holiday ,Tag&Options
So and West'Central Realty, Inc. S AVAILABLE MODELS
season. one all come out TO SELECTtfl
and join the Christmas festivitiesat Broker
Pool Patios.Balconies
WTW Carpet the Branch Home at 5391 13782308ANYTIMEI
Central Heat& Air Collins Road.
CHEV/O8-tT/ OF REGENCY
Modern Kitchen Appliances FRA and LAFRA will be
Laundry Room holding their Annual Children's
8725 ARLINGTON EXPRESSWAY PH 721 -1880
I BR FURNISHED Christmas Party on Saturday, .
$126 up Dec.20. Parents are requested to
bring a gift, not to exceed $3 for
2 BR FURNISHED each child, wrapped and clearly ScSPr1
$176 up labeled with the child's name.
Santa Claus will be there to a.5
2"",miles from NAS Jax
present each child with his or her
10 mile from NAS Cecil
gift. There will be entertainmentand House of Quality Foods
5342 SEABOARD AVE. singing from 2 to 5 p.m. at the
(Just off Timuquana)
PHONE 771,7301 Branch Home at 5391 Collins LET S c% PREPARE YOUR HOLIDAY TABLE!
Road. Bring the children out to

enjoy an afternoon ,and an op-
_. portunity to get their own special
present from Santa Claus.







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12 pound ample 10 to II pound
WPIUS
amount of our mouthwatering 95 Smoked curea to
dressing and 16' i' gourmet delight
of S&S'Giblet Gravy : Giblet
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MILITARY CIViliAN'lOW Extra dressing.185 qt. Tax' Gravy.$1.00.qt.


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I. Christmas trees on sale at Jax ; safety urged I I.

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Jax-Signs of the impending Tuesday, Wednesday and aimed at elimination of life-and- least one Inch above the originalcut material.
holiday season continue to ap- Friday; from 9:00: a.m. to,8:00: property hazards during this to Improve Its ability to Untreated cotton batting,
pear here, one of the latest being p.m. on Thursday; from 9:00: festive season. absorb water Place the freshly paper and certain cloth
the sale of Christmas trees. a.m. to 4:00': p.m. on Saturday; Tree Care cut tree trunk In water and keep costuming will ignite quite easily
Christmas trees, both balsam and from noon until 4:30: p.m. It's recommended that, when the water level above the cut the and burn with great intensity
and Scotch pine, are available to Sundays. selecting a live tree, one be entire time the tree is Indoors unless they are "flame proofed."
( the holiday shopper at the Blue Concurrent with the tree-sale purchased which shows it has not Evaporation and absorption A simple and inexpensive\
Angels Little League baseball announcement comes an official been allowed to dry out by should be checked: at I least once a formula for treating fabrics so as
c field on Allegheny Road. NAS guide for Christmas holiday prolonged storage. The flexibility not to affect the color or materialis
1 J'1 The tree lot is open from 9:00: fire prevention with timely tips of the small branches should be day.Support the tree well, keepingit :
a.m. to 5:30: pin., Monday, for precautionary measures tested for brittleness and needles away from sources of heat Mix equal parts of borax and
should not be easily shed. (fireplaces, radiators, etc.) and boric acid'with water, making a
SUNDAY AT JAX BEACH! The tree should be stood in place it so that it cannot block the solution suitable for spraying or
Non S water outdoors until ready for way out of the room or house in dipping of materials.
f I Shows 1 Day & Nile t Exotic Entertainment movement inside, just before case of fire, Impregnation to the extent of
SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 11AM til 1AM
j Christmas. And, it should be Don't allow smoking near the ten percent by weight of the
11 11j j 4 winds removed as soon as it's served its tree or, for that matter, amidst material being flameproofed is
lounge purpose. Trees set up for office other decorations or wrappings. the minimum recommended.
& package store parties should be dismantled and Artificial Trees Materials treated with this
removed from the building Im- Care in selecting and handling fomula do not become dusty or
730 BEACH BLVD JAX BEACH mediately after the gathering.Just artificial trees is also urged. feel damp when dried. This
i Package Store hours 9am 2am before setting up the tree Plastic and metalized plastic treatment is non-poisonous and
off the trunk at an angle at trees can burn. The type clearly does not promote decay.
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materials" should be used. be sure to have
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should the Un- tinguishers buckets of
systems carry water or a
PLAN NOW TO ATTEND THE derwriter's Laboratories (UL) garden hose connected to a faucet

:: label. within easy reach of the tree and
Metal trees may not be a fire other Christmas decorations.
CHOIR hazard but certainly may be a Inspections by competent
shock hazard. Use only indirect personnel should be made priorto
; lighting and, if lighting stringsare : assembly of Christmas trees in
i CANTATASUNDAY placed on a metal tree, it buildings. ,
r should be remembered that such Inspections should include a

practice could electrically check on means to report fires,
"charge" the tree and thus makeit adequate fire extinguishers, fire
DEC. 14th 7:00
at {
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;= extremely dangerous. hoses, sprinkler valves, exit
LS
1 Lighting doors, decorations, possible
"NIGHT OF MIRACLES"Directed
Never use wax candles to accumulation of. trash and over-
>>

;.1. by Mrs. Amy Hartman }$ decorate windows. Christmas Use only trees electric or crowding.Another inspection should be

:: :: lighting sets that bear the UL made to insure that the buildingis
:*: Prelude by :; label. Check lighting sets each fire-safe prior to securing the

j ;:;: CECIL CHAPEL year before using making certain building following gatherings.This .
sti they have no frayed wires, loose should include careful
; LITURGICAL DANCERS: s connections or broken sockets. examination of upholstered
Make certain that all tree and furniture for smouldering fires
m; Directed by Mrs. Terry Skelton other decoration-type lighting is from cigarettes, etc.
1i! turned off before retiring for the The NAS Fire Departmentmust
r 1 night or leaving the house. be notified when Christmas trees
Guest Soloist Public Invited ; DecorationsMany and other decorations are set up
Christmas wrappingsare in barracks,offices,and places of
{ combustible and should not public gatherings.The .
l be allowed to accumulate. Place fire department will
them in a metal covered trash conduct an inspection to deter-
w'f<'mf'Z''."' :,'*:':; ,:<.:.:.:.:::.:.:::<<.:<<.>>:<<:' :':?*,*,*,*%== t; :':ir = barrel or burn them in an in- mine adequacy, as well as ad-
cinerator at a safe location as ditional safety precautions which
soon as possible. may be taken to lessen the
Christmas tree decorations as inherent fire and life hazards.
well as others, should be flameproof Telephone number for the fire
OTI9DITIII .Use only decorations madeof department is X2451.
$
M glass, metal or fire-resistant

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Limited""Quadrant"will be and the "ESB bands

NEVER: DIE featured at the EM Club Friday
and Saturday nights. A dance
contest will be held
I ;* Friday night.

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If
rooms
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UNI <=> LOAIN| look tired or

'k JOHNSON hopeless call

When the same old bills return every month, It's time to apply JL MOTORS us for help.

for a Uni-Loan. You can pay them all off and then have just We'll! send'you
one monthly payment to make BOATS
a decorator
'" Just tell us how much need andwe'll
money you
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figure out the 'oM/TO BOATS free..
one best monthly paymentfor tm J"L,
you. We're generally very easy to please. IKIiI Ii

When C.I.T. takes care of your bills, they're FINANCIAL Ia.9e1' BASS BOATS Penneys
gone for good. SERVICES
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,. C.I.T. makes Decorating at,
money happen..We really do. p SKI BOATS

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The have itkinds I USS, Belknap update.. .

re eyes Wash. Another crewman of have Belknap towed to CONUS
the guided missile cruiser USS later this week

of facets among the 7,000 in eagles have at least eight-power Belknap (CG-26)) died last weekas Most of the crew is being
each eye. Larger facets on the magnification. a result of burns suffered in airlifted to Norfolk in two phases.

upper part of the eye register Rabbits' eyes give them a view the collision Nov. 22. This bringsto The first 170 arrived Dec. 6, while
What has built-in bifocals, sees coarse images, smaller ones behind as well as ahead and to the eight the number of fatalities the remaining crewmen will be
with mirrors, could spot a dimeat provide sharper detail. side, as with many animals that from the accident. Belknap was returning as SOM as practical.
1,000 feet, can watch forward Mirror vision, as it might be are favorite meals of hunting towed to Naples, where Belknap personnel will be
and behind its back at the same called,is a light-saving feature of creatures. With fewer dangers to preliminary surveys are underway placed in a TemAdd status,

time, and views the world in crocodiles, cats, dogs, deer, and watch out for, foxes, tigers, and to determine extent of assigned to COMCRUDESGRU 8,
glorious grays? most nocturnal animals. Light other hunters have forward' damages. Tentative plans are to pending reassignment.

Answers: a horsefly, a entering the eye passes through looking binocular eyes.,
crocodile, a hawk, a rabbit, a the film-like retina that registers How to control the amount'of CPO Club up for award .

dog.And what the eye sees. Then the light light that enters the eye is a
it all comes naturally to hits a mirror surface and bounces problem with many solutions. Wash. NAS Jax's CPO Messis Awards Committee will conducton

them.They are examples of life's back to reinforce the image.At Camels' eyes havepupils with one of the nominees for the 1975 the scene evaluations of eachof
adaptability, or what nature has night in a beam of light the toothlike edges to shade them Best Club-Mess Awards given the finalists to select the
with in the of Individualizing of these animals from the desert's winners.
come up way eyes reflect with glare. Palau annually by the Secretary of the
that most this eyeshine. Islands geckos, small nocturnal Navy. NAS Jax's competition in the
specialized of all sensory organs, With the sharp distant vision lizards, have pupils that contract CPO Mess (Open) category is

the eye. characteristic of birds, a pigeon into four small pinhole aperturesin Forty-two clubs and messes NAS Little Creek; NTC San
The bifocal effect: of the hor could see a grain of wheat from daylight. have been nominated. The' Diego; NavSta San Diego; NAS

sefly's eyes-found only in the the distance of a football field anda Eels, living on river bottoms, competition is divided 1 into six Whidbey Island; NavSecGruAct
male's eyes-is produced bv twn hawk could spot a dime on the protect their eyes behind tough, categories. Three finalists will be Sebana Seca,Puerto Rico; NETC
sidewalk from atop the Empire transparent windows in the skin named in each category ,The Newport; NAS Corpus Christi;
Unique Retirement Gift State building. Eyes of hawks and of their heads. (AFPS) SecNav Messes and Clubs and NavSta Charleston.

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I From $140 t The easy way to get home or almost anywhere in the U.S.A. on furlough.! : *:,:,

IMMEDIATEOCCUPANCY .
Getting there is more than half the fun.

Once you'reaboard -. --
'CENTRAL HEAT A AIR r sink into
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'WALL to WALL CARPET y ,
'FULLY' EQUIPPED -- r k *=. the big wide seat, r. '
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POOL PETS ALLOWED and relax or take a I : ,.
4 -- stroll down the aisle.There's x ::-
$50 SECURITY DEPOSITMILITARY Many Amtrak trains' w .
ONLY nothing easier in this world to take '
have very elegant restaurants --
Base than an Amtrak train. To over 480 cities in right On board Easy on your eyes.
B Minutes from HAS Jax
14 Minutes from HAS Cecil America. Over 480! with very unelegant prices (a full steak dinner,
And Amtrak's Furlough Fare will save you e"k starting with appeactiveduty

V money along the way. Just '. show your- green- -- tizer and includingvegetables
( ) I.D. card and _.... -" r salad and
2045 JAMMES PH 711-3111 you'll get a full 25% dis A ending with dessert and ..
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Mon.-Sat.,'.6; Sun. 1.6 count and a lot of respect. I .: .. $" .... coffee, will cost you only .. .. ...,'It' .

In uniform or out. If you're f ,. '. $6.45)). Or you might find :mow
traveling with your family I. a nice little snack bar with '.
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's Family Fares. ._ ii fI ,..:. for as little as 95$.

Driving can drive .. a ;to ,1 /'.. Leave everything ,"

you crazy. ",,! to us.
One of the nicest things
Going by car can be a big drag.Traffic,gas
Amtrak
about traveling on
and the wear and tear
fumes, the big expense don't have to do. You can
the wear and is all the things you
by
NAVY only surpassed .
are Yr
on your car "
Look out the
..." even allow yourself to be bored. i',
I big picture windows and see America' as it's never
WIVES. ; .. "'.Il
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Downtown are as relaxed as '
TO NURSING '
And at 17$ a mile (that's what it'll you are.
tear you.
Your free time can be turned Into and depreciation) it's no great For more information
cash by part time and full-time cost you for gas .
of fact going most places by and reservations ,
nursing In hospitals, nursing bargain. As a matter .
homes and private homes. All 'rain could cost you less.What's see your t 1 f' u ,.
types of duty available we travel agent or lookup ,
Amtrak? t
understand Navy family's needs. an Amtrak under .
Top pay. Work when you want. America's inter-city ra.11 passenger service.That's Railroads in the Yellow Pages.There's .
You select yoUr own schedule intercity routes you bound to be someplace you're bound
weekly. Many extra benefits. No '." what. And on many !
fee to register, don't! even need a reservation. So all you do. is go for on furlough that Amtrak can get you to. And

RN'l A LPN'.NEEDED' I down to the station (downtown, not out-of and town), it's easy come, easy go to any one of them.
ticket get
buy a
CALL3S6-5IUTODAY :k' ,
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on
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trains like
and
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MEDICAL Lam.- "om Amtrak
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: Profoundly respectful of Certainly officials must use fundamentally opposed. On this I
,- the leadership provided by the their own judgement, often, but there should we no doubt.
by Paul Poczobut,Jr. OPS 51 twelve good men who have ultimatelythe people must judge Finally, I would make four
The Fall session of the 1975 VA-81 49tt served as secretary of defense, I and it is up to them whether points: I I
intramural sports ended with the VS-30 47 pledge to the American peoplemy policies and programs stand or First, the safety of the I
Marine Barracks taking the VA-45 41 full efforts to meet the high fall.On American people and the hopes
Captain's Cup for the first time VS-28 40tt standards demanded by the this base of public trust rest for freedom throughout the world
ever since the Cup trophy was The 1976 intramural Sports responsibilities of this office. our prospects for success; our demand a defense capability for
established hereat NASCecil Field. Program starts off with a These are times of stress for national cohesion and purposeare the United States of America
J The Marines were 33 points Basketball meeting on 12 Jan. at nations devoted to the principlesof the source of our leadership second to none. I am totally
ahead of second place VA-174, by the station gym at 0900. The self-government, con In the world with friends, allies, dedicated'to that mission.
colecting: 102 points, entering Volleyball Meeting will be held at stitutional procedures, the secret uncommitted nations, and Second, we are rightly proud of
every event but winning only 1030 on the same day and will ballot,the right to a fair trial, and potential adversaries. The the armed forces, older than our
one, Slow Pitch softball, the start play the 19th. The Golf the rights of free speech, a free dangers of misperception are nation itself, and I will seek to
1 Marines won on participation meeting is scheduled for the 15th press, and the free practice of obvious and grave. strengthen that sense of pride
j points. It was an all hands effort with play beginning the 23rd. The 'religion Consider, for example, that 'among us all. We were born as a
from the Commanding Officer all area Raquetball Tournament will These are times!' when the widely misunderstood word, nation out of military struggle.We .
the way down the line The be from the 19th to the 23rd of principles that characterize detente. To Some detente means owe our national life to men
Barracks placed 2nd in ping- Jan. followed by handball. political decency are threatenedand that peace is close at hand and and women who had the will to
pong and 'volleyball, 3rd in Anyone interested in participating when democratic leadership that we can cease our efforts to be fight for independence. The
bowling, golf, raquetball, and in an 8-ball Pool everywhere is challenged; once strong and vigilant. Others competence and dedication of
basketball; they also added a 4th Tournament contact the athletic again we are living the lesson suspect it means giving advantages their successors in today's armed
place in Football. director at ext. 498. that it is not easy for free people to potential adversaries forces will be drawn upon fully.
The top ten contenders for the Due to my'transfer soon I am togovern themselves.It without gaining corresponding Third' that special kind of
.. Captain's Cup ended like this: looking for someone to take over is essential, in fact criticalfor benefits. To some of our allies American military
( Marine Barracks 102 this position. If anyone is in- the survival of political detente is a sign of hope, to others professionalism that is devoted to
VA-1974 69 terested please contact me at the liberty, that we teach ourselves a sign of danger. the constitutional principle of
VS-32 68' Personnel office, or call ext. 203, for there are no other teachers This borrowed worddetentemeans civilian control, so fundamental
VA-83 66 204, ,223, 358 during working how to govern and defend our, literally, relaxation of to political freedom in this
AIMD 56 hours.FOOTBALL selves in our new and changing tension. No one seeks to relax country, is model for the
circumstances tension that does not exist; world,One who has served in the
No one knows the answers to all detente must be seen for what it Congress knows' how i dispens..
of the problems of the survival of is-aword for the approach we use able it is that the defense of our
FANS! free government, but there are in relations with nations who are country be a ,bi-partisan and
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some guideposts. not our friends, who do not share shared responsibility;
One essential ingredient of self our principles, whom we are not Finally, let there be,no doubt
Be a part of the Gator Bowl on December 29th. Equipment government is trust and it worksin sure we can trust,and who have among uS, or in the world 'at "
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other source. That power is entrusted With such nations, with defense policies are geared to the
Opportunity EmployerFREE under specified terms, as vigilance and due caution, with interests 'of this' nation.,
the people determine, to be used our eyes open, we test to see if I look forward to working with
only for the good of the people. there are ways to reduce confrontations you. America must pursue its
This is what is meant ,when it is to lessen dangers, to, goal, as it has throughout almost
said that trust is the foundation of put affairs on a 'somewhat less 200 years,as a guardian,of liberty
selfgovernmentand trust must. precarious footing, to see if there and symbol by example and
be earned., '.. ), might not be some interests that d the'service b/ freedom.
we sharenever: :: forgetting that Unquote. 1lU TT\ **' d'
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I f: Ca FAIRWAY FOOTNOTES; Jim taTies"skeet shoot I,


I II On Saturday, Dec. 6, the NAS Jacksonville area team and go to afollows: AA ATC John Bran-I i
--- Jacksonville Skeet range hostedits NAS Oceana in the summer dow of VP-16, A Ltjg.

monthly invitational skeet 'months to compete against the, Mitchell VP-24, B. Bob Leggette
I Consolation-E. Honour shoot on board the Naval Air All-Navy team. NARF, B.Dave Rehling: C-Sue j
) Seventh light: Station. Master Chief Jim The class winners were as Coshow, D Ellis Collins. {
I Winner-H. Graves Hawkins of HC-2 won the event I

9 Runner-up-H.solation-B.I Gustin. Zolner'; Con; with breakage.This a 98 percent target JUNIOR BOWLING 1 I


Eighth flight: is the second time he has To the chagrin of Chris Guest, Mary
won this competition as he took Bantam Coach Mason Edwards Mike
Winner-M. Hall and Hopkins,
the
; Run- November shoot. Hawkins,
ner-up-J. the delight of Junior Coach Cindy Warren Mike
Armour; Con- who was very pleased with his ,
solation-P. Oglesby performance said he was just too Cotten, Randy Poss Dixon, Jill Nash and Ruth

Ninth /light: nervous during the second roundof captured the NovemberNAS Stilwell were the Bantam

Winner-A. twenty-five when he droppedtwo Bowler of the Month leaders.this week. Michael
Vanderberry
r.J
Runner-up-J. Dullaghan ; targets.He honors while Kim Meissner, Wendy Adams,
maintained
score
; a perfect
byRuthMeadetsResults Consolation-M. Smith. the remaining two skeet rounds Brookins was the Bantam Billy Brookins, Winnie

of the Fail During play this week, and shot 98 targets out of 100. He Bowler of the Month. Cooper, Kevin Ferry, Liza

Handicap Tournament Penny Bennett's team of hopes to organize: a local Bantam Kathryn Taylor Hepner, Karen Mendilloand
which has been playedover also received her 150 Christine
Claire Grosskopf, Cookie PING PONG game Garritywere
the past few weeks.
Kennedy and Jean Davis award. among those that
First flight: L helped their team's
W
won the best ball of BANTAMS cause.
Winner-Claire NARJAX 8 0
foursome with a 65. Also at VP-5 W L JUNIORS
Grosskopf; Runner-up- 8 1 Pin Action w L
65 24 9
were Dot Woods Lea 679th ..
.7 2 Strikers
Betty Bezore ConsolationS. Gutter Rats 23 10 26 14
Laxton Balbach, Julie Uitti and VP-24 6 1 Mad Foxes 18 15 Big Four 25 15 .
Rose Weir. VP-16 6 3 Pin Busters 18 'q 15 Alley Kings 22 18
Secondlight: My team of Cissy Lorch, AIMD 4 4 Hot Rollers 17It16' \ SJ'siaC 22 18
HS-3 '.
Winner-Cissy Lorch ; Polly Tieslau and Ber- MARTD 2 5 Rolling Stones 17 16 Alley Gators 22 18
: Runner-up-L.: Powell; Con- nice Anderson 2 5 Hogan's Heroes 16' 17 Four Aces 21 19
also- AIR OP'S
were 1 8 Strikers II
Hot Shots 21 19
solation-L. Rae 15 18
rans with a net 66. Great MARINE BKS. 1 8 High Hopes 15 18 Pin Splitters 19 21
Third flight: NDRC
weather though. There 1.9 Four Muskateers 13 20 Gutter Dusters 18 22
Winner-R. Weir ; have to be some bright Alley Kats 12 21 Pin Ball Wizards 15, 25

, Runner-up-L. Powell; Con- spots there somewhere. HANDBALLMARINE Pin Spinners 10 23 Alley Dusters 15 25
: Bowlders 14 26
solation-D. Buker .
I think I have used up all ''' ', ,,, -
Fourth'flight: the available space with .W ..... L YOu are not born prejudicedwhy --

f Winner-H. Potter ; results so I won't bother BKS 5' 0 .
: 679th .'. 1 are you now?
Runner-up-L. Klein; Con- with a tip this week. Next 4
VP-5 1
solation-J. Davis week, have I got a tip for VP-16 0 3 1
Fifth flight: Be Till '
you. watching. VP-49 0 2

Winner-B. McAleer; then, play well and stay MARTD 0 3 t.
: Runner-up-L. Alcorn; Con- loose. .... ..","

solation-G. Cotton
Swim meet slatedNAS 1 for this Saturday.: | .
Sixth night: .y

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NWSF No.l 26 38 JET SET 37 35
Ii 1975 Navy Mayport Open SEABEESNo.1 211% 38% HAMMER SLAMMERS 36 35% I
HOSPITAL 20 47 GUTTER RATS 35' 37 I GOLF
w BY J03 Dee Cinder $1,500. VP-30 No.3 13 51 SIX PACK 35 37

Mayport NS--Randy Jacksonville's Billy CPW-11 34 38 AMERICANW
Erskine finished with nine Maxwell shot a course CONTINENTALW L ONE'S BUNCH 30' 42 L
EXPLODERS 28% 43% MAD FOXES No.1 11 2
204 to win the record five-under par 66 to "500" 49 23 '
under ,
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i par BLIND RATS 26 46PAUL'S BATMAN 9V4 4t%
finish in a four-way tie for BUSCH LEAGUERS 48 24ZERO'S
Mayport Open
1975 Navy RAIDERS 22 50SPORTS 679th ,9',3FASONo.1
e t Sunday, and took home a fourth at 207 with Woody ALLEY APPLES 44 4526 28% -" "'8% 4% ,
$3,000 check for the 54 hole Blackburn Randy GEMS 44 28 PACIFIC NAMTD '.71% 4%
competition. Feathers and Beau Baugh.Maxwell's MISFITS 38 34 W L VP-30 No.l '..f.7' 6 ;
NWSF No.2 49 23 '{6 Vi 4
VP-49 V
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66 tied Black- D'KEEPER '
3635%
three-week veteran to
) A BEGINNERS 47 25 NWSF ,419, ':. .
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41 '
burn and Tallahassee'sRoss 31
the Florida Winter Tour, BAD COMPANY 42 30' AIR OPS 3>r 10
THE FORCE 41
f Erskine birdied the 17th Randal for the lowest UNCONTROLLABLES 31 42 SEABEES No.2 35 37 NARJAXNo.l 2 ''
hole to edge Calvin Peete's round of the tournament. MAYO BAT BOYS 20 52 THE ERMIES 35 37 A1MD 0-- ;'- 12

205 by one shot, but it was "That's five under par," FLEET ANGELS No.2 17 55 CPO'S 33 34 38 33 NATIONAL ,5
GAFFERS
his scrambling bogie on the said Mayport Pro Dave "W L
33
NATIONAL FASO No.2 39 SUPPLY 71,1' 2%
12th which kept Erskine in Hull, "which means W L VP-30 NO.6 32 36 MAD FOXES No.2 6' 3
the competition. A former nobody tore up this course. ADCOP 55 17 SPARK CHASERS 31 37 CPW-11 5% 2%
College All-American and Nobody ever tears this SPLIT MAKERS 50 22 ZILCH 28 43 NARJAX No.2 5: 3 1'
I WOODPECKERS No.1 46 26 WOODPECKERS No.2 15 49l@W .
VP-16 4 4
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J} third at 206 and took home military turf.I HS-1 ," 12 ': 2 !j

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.. J VP-24 3 2 VP-30 No.2 \ 2 I 1 VP-24 -..4''!:6: .
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ATLANTIC CPW.ll. 2 HS-3 1 .
AMERICANW W ? 2 ? 2 VP-5 0' ""-,3)7
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FLEET ANGELS No.1 49V4 18% MAD FOXES No.2 46' 20J,2 HOSPITAL 1 3 VP-16 No.2 0' 1 VP-30 1 5
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LATE CHARGERS 39 25 ALLEY BATS 45' 23
MARTD .. 1 3 VP-45 Q 1 VP-16 1 9
HIGH VOLTAGE 39 29 CONTROLLERS 44 20 '
VP-49 1 3 NARJAX 0 3 VP-45 0 2
TRIPPERS 36 32 VP-30"0"No.2 42J,2 25
679th 0 3 4
AIR OP'S 0 3 HS-3 O'
VP-30"0"No.l 35% 32% NARJAX No.1 41 23 c
NAMTD ((3032)) 30 34 SEA HORSES 36 22
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