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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I There may.. be "fraud" in your future too 1.1'


in proportion to taxes nings. lie should not have .1'
(Second in a series) increase to
,years of that individual's em- Security benefit from that
accept an offset
of
The tax itself is regressivein $146
Nick paid. per
by Young
ployment -all since 22
years age standpoint. earner pays month, the amount DOD
low
The principle of applying an that the wage figures
until the 62nd birthday minus
up divides the by
$200,000
So DOD
of his pay as
offset of Social Security benefitsto the same percentage
the low five of earnings.
years and with an
a military benefit was 35 years comes up the high wage earner. But when it If the Social Security offset is
Earnings that are consideredare annual average wage of $5,715. It receive benefits, the to
established in the Survivors' is time to be applied, the Social Security
Benefit Plan of 1972. That law only those that are taxablefor checks the Social Security tables low wage earner receives more Administration should
provides that a widow who has Social Security purposes. This and says that this average annual for his money than does the high required to determine how be
the figure is a little better wage provides a benefit of $292 muchof
less than two dependent childrenin year its benefit is: attributable
than$14,000 and next year it goes per month, and that amount is one.To to
her care will have her Sur- of thinking, there military service.
vivors' Benefit annuity reducedby up to a little better than $15,000.So attributable to military wages. several my way things the military
are
the amount ,of her Social Social Security takes the high All of a sudden in DOD's eyes, should consider about the Social
Security benefit which is basedon 35 years of wages, divides the $440 per month has become $584 person offset. First. the Security knows which of
her husband's total by 35 and comes up with an if proposed the wage earner's years are
military ear- per month. Because $292 per precedent has been set In off- considered for benefit
average annual wage. It looks up purposes,
nings.A month is the amount of the Social benefits with
setting military and DOD be
the annual on a can required to
problem was encountered in average wage Security benefit earned with the benefits.
applying the law when Social chart and pays the benefit that is $200,000 in military wages and the Social Security furnish Social Security with a

Security claimed it was unable to indicated. civilian wages are equal to the With the funding problems statement of the individual's

determine just how much of the Really, it is quite a simple military ones then $292 per experienced by both Social service and wages. Social
widow's benefit was attributableto matter. Particularly, it is a month should have been earnedby Security and DOD, the odds are Security can then add the wages
her husband's ear- heavy that an offset will be paid while on active duty and
military simple matter in the case of an the civilian wages also. Add
nings. The -Department of individual who ,has continuous the figures up and they come to applied. But it can be applied figure what portion they
Defense claimed that it would employment in jobs covered $584, not the $440 that the Social equitably. As in our example, the represent of the total wages
have no difficulty in determiningthe under the Social Security system.It Security tables show for the military retiree should be able to considered for its benefit. That
figure. And the Widow's gets quite confusing in figuring $400,000 In wages that were taxed live with an offset of $110 per portion should be applied to the
Equity law became the Widow's benefits for the individual who during the individual's lifetime. month one-half the amount of benefit to be' received to deter-

Inequity law. was covered under the Civil The problem is basically that the Social Security benefit at- mine just what is attributable to

Social Security's hesitation on Service retirement system and Social Security benefits do not tributable to his military ear- military service.

figuring benefits attributable to therefore has a number of years .- ....
military service quite possibly with no earnings under the Social
.was one of manpower and cost Security system. Fr
alone. Why should that agency Now to get back to the exam a
spend funds that would not pie. Consider that the individual. -I !

benefit the Social Security had $200,000 in military earningsand

recipient or the Department of a like amount in civilian I *
Health, Education and Welfare? earnings considered by Social
If DOD wanted to offset a DOD Security. All wages received

benefit to save DOD money, let were taxable for Social Security t..
DOD figure the offset. purposes. And they were earned
To avoid confusion with un- during the high 35 years of ear-

necessary examples, I am goingto nings.So .
show how Social Security Social Security divides the
figures the retirement benefit for $400,000 total by 35 and comes up ooNA

an individual who reaches age 62 with an average annual wage of
in 1996 or thereafter-that gives a $11,430. The latest table I have
birth date sometime in 1931 or available was effective July 1, Tt

later. 1974,and that table shows that a ., ems.- ks
First off, the only earnings that retirement benefit of $440 a
Social Security will consider are month would be paid to the i

those made after an individual worker at age 65. There has beenan ."
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reaches age 22. I have no idea 8.1 percent increase since that .. ,: :
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where the "contributions" made time. ,),..., r J. .
by'an individual prior to hisj22nd Now to an uninitiated ,; C; 0 .f,:,,, j
birthday go, but they are not mathematician like myself, it > E4 M .Af"': 6', ..j

considered.But would seem that with the military '""',> I. ,.,",,', ., ,1.f.A. ',.\-"
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there is an "if" in this law earnings equal to the civilian .t' ,;'
too. If an individual's average earnings, one-half of the '"' h' "
annual wage would be higher, the retirement benefit would be :'"

agency will consider earnings attributable to civilian earnings, PO CLUB HAS GOAL OF 110-TIIIIII the fourth year that Hancock Hall has sponsor** a Christmas
prior. to the 22nd birthday. right? Wrong, according to the food drive in conjunction with the Modern Free Accepting Masons. Tho drive collected enough food ,s

For the sake of simplicity, let's Department of Defense. for 40 families it 72, for SO In if 73, and for M In 174. This year the goal is to feed 150 families:The
consider an individual who en- DOD says for simplicity's sake, drive has been '
personally supported
by Major Tanzler, and received citizenship
an outstanding ,
tered the Navy at 19, let's consider the
age military ear- certificate from HUD at Jacksonville. The ,
names of recipients are received from HUD. Helping
remained on active duty for 20 nings in a vacuum. Let's consider Santa and his helper promote the drive are (L to R) ,
Capt. J.F. Motley, HAS Jax XO; Darryl Gray
left the and workedon
years, Navy that the individual only had the of
president the PO
civilian until Advisory Board Capt. K.J. Bernstein, NAS Jax COQ and AMHI B.T. Green,
a job 62.
age $200,000 military earnings duringhis
coordinator and monitor of the drive. Cans of food
Social Security will consider 35 lifetime and figure the Social Commissary. The drive ends Dec. 22. are still being accepted at .the PO Club and the



A Christmas Message ,


JAX AIR NEWS Christmas is a joyful and festive time for millions of people throughout the

world as they celebrate, in their different ways, this holiday season.
As we gather with our families and
with
our shipmates, let us reaffirm our
devotion and our dedication to the spirit of Christmas. You and I must continue to
,The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributedeach give of ourselves
i'>j. Thursday at the U.S. Naval' Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida as American sailors have these past 200 years, in the interest of
r by the Holt Publishing Company,a private' firm. All copy submitted peace and goodwill. t
tor use'In the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Editor,Box, This troubled world will
2,NAS Jax,FL. 12212 by 12:00 noon Friday before publication. News continue to demand much'of us in the year ahead. We
,F items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.2415. have great responsibilities to this nation and its people. It is because of these
{ vital and
$ "Everything advertised In this' publication ,must. be made very demanding responsibilities that many of you will be separated,
/M* available for,purchase, use or patronage without; regard to'race, once again, from your families and your friends this Christmas ,know and
*: creed,color,national of the '
'. origin or sex purchaser user or patron. appreciate your sacrifice ;
'' A confirmed violation refection of this policy of equal' op
'To all
'(f' '.:' : portunities by an advertiser will result In.the refusal to print' advertising of you and your families, I wish' Merry Christmas and a Happy
; ': from that source." New. Yer .. very: ,
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries con. \ ,
'-'. :; c.rninluch should be directed..to: ... -J.L.Hollowayin

'THE HOLT'PUBLISHING COMPANY I Admiral. U.S. Navy
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". again. Time for gift-giving, deserved, break. f .,.. .. ,
We
VOL. 33, NO.. 40 DECEMBER 18, 1975 I holiday'cheer, family reunions, publishing again till Thursday won't be by PHAN
and big dinners. But
mostly time Jan. 8. In the meantime
we wish
for us here at Jax Air News to you all a most pleasant holiday Mike KleberI

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{I' Message to Navy wives SS rates to. increase Tan. 1 i

'1 I know that many of you are already familiar with the Beginning January 1, 1976, the earn and still get all his social l reduction of one dollar in their i j'! ,
maximum amount of,earnings in security checks will Increase social security benefits for the } !
I', aims and purposes ofthe Navy Relief Society. However a year that count for social $2,760 in a year under the same year. No matter how muchthey, "
I if there are some who are hot and others who would like security' will automatically automatic increase provisions of earn in 1976, they can get their II:i I,I 1 "
I to know more in January, Mrs. Pat Anderson from the crease to $15,300, up from this the law, Commissioner Cardwell full benefit for any month in I I .,
Navy Relief Society HeadquartersinWashingtonwill be year's maximum of $14,100, said. The 1975 figure is $2,520. which they do notearn more than :
here ,to conduct the Relief James B. Cardwell, Com People who earn more than $230 in wages (up from $210 in ::
Navy course. Extremely missioner of Social Security, has $2,760 in 1976 may still get some 1975)) and do not perform sub- I{
,
valuable information about family budgeting, service announced.Also social security benefits, but stantial services in self. 'J
benefits, and the Navy will be provided. I hope that you in 1976, the maximum every two dollars they earn employment. (AFPS) ,
will find it possible to join this course.. amount that a beneficiary can above $2,760 may cause a

The classes will be held in the small chapel, NAS, '
All aliens I
Jacksonville, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays must' register: ....
from 9:00: a.m.: to 12 noon, from 5 January through 23'' '-'
Aliens serving in the U.S. month of January should not year.
January. Free child care will be provided by Navy, Armed Forces and relatives of report their addresses but must The completed, signed and
Relief at the nurseries at Jacksonville and Cecil Field Servicemembers who are not do so within ten ((10)) days of stamped card may be dropped in
while classes are in session. Credit toward the 100-hour citizens but residents of the U.S. return to the country. any mail box.
pin will be given for each hour spent in class.It and its possessions'' requiredto Appropriate cards for filing the The Immigration and
will be much appreciated if those planning to attend report their addresses to the report are available at all U.S. Nationality Act provides serious
Attorney General during the post offices during the month of penalties for willful failure to
this course inform the Navy Relief Office', 772-3515 or month of January. January, and at the Im- submit the report. (AFPS).
778-0353 not later than 31 December 1975: Aliens temporarily absent from migration and Naturalization
the United States during, the Service offices throughout the

".,,, N.K. Green
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Rear Admiral U.S. Navy New Year's Day customsNew > ; I

President, Jacksonville
Auxiliary"SPEAKEASY Year's Day is Germans search out a chimneysweep favorite custom is exchanging
traditionally a time for making and shake his hand. The kisses at the stroke of midnighton
resolutions and future plans. In Italians discard the accumulatedjunk New Year's Eve, thereby
addition,numerous customs have of the past year, believingthat sealing friendship and good
been practiced throughout the more they throw out the ,fortune. ,
history to insure good fortune for luckier they will be. The But whatever the custom, -
the coming year..Although no one Japanese scrub their floors and perhaps the best way to welcome
}. Hottest Show in Town! UVE ON STAGE! knows the origin of many of these symbolically "clean their 1976 is to remember that good
h BEAUTIFUL HOSTESSES customs, they continue to be a closets" by settling all debts. and bad luck are often the sameas
\ part of New Year celebrations.For Maintaining that even sweeping good and bad judgment. The
OPEN SW PHILLIPS HWY. example, Hungarians huga the floor may darken the family results are up to you. (AFPS)
11 am-Z am 733."".733-m pig for good luck while the Irish fortune,the Scots make a point of
settle on placing a quick kiss on doing no housework on New
the cheek of the,first visitor. The Year's Day. For Americans, a
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: All military and civilian per- holiday by order of President for all federal employees, Including
St.Johns Avenue and Herschel Street 1=1: sonnel,the Jax Navy Complex, Ford. military, except those
i Phone 388-5912 ::1 ti except those whose duties require The Executive Order,. signed whose services are required for I
4 the that they be on the job,;;will be December' 15t makes Friday, national security or other public '
friendly of
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Martin Herrie Here are some specific
Albert B.Close BARBADOS-The 350th an- CHRISTMAS MESSAGE by MSgt. things
check
in to
toys :
WASHINGTON, D.C.-Second niversary of the first settlementof BRAZILIA, Brazil-Worth When buying or putting
child's Sharp edges: Toys of
stamp on the 1976 calendar of this British West Indies island quoting is this news release for layaway for your be brittle
should plastic or glass
issues will be the January 17th republic is celebrated on four of Brazil's 1975 Christmas stamp: Christmas presents you may be easily
than the fun broken, leaving
INTERPHIL '76 com- its new adhesives. The 4,10, and "The story of the Nativity is fully thinking about more Wooden sharp cutting
memorative. The 13 cent item 25 cents, and $1 commemorativesshow known to almost everybody. A they will have with them.thinking edges. metal, and
be plastic toys
will have its First of Issue at You also should sometimes have
Day a 17th century sailing ship, little boy was born nearly 2,000 ?
safety sharp edges because
Philadelphia, PA where the and fruit about toy safety. Why toy of poor
beared fig tree Ogilvy's17th years ago in Bethlehem, a villagein har- construction.
Seventh U.S. International century map of the area, and Palestine. His mother Mary Because not all toys are
Philatelic Exhibition will take Captain John Powell, respec- wrapped him in a piece of cloth mless, fun-things, as you might Small parts: Tiny toys and toys
with small
place May 29 through June 6, tively. and carefully put him in a crib. imagine. The U.S. Consumer parts may be
Commission swallowed or become
Safety lodged
1976. Then ordinary shepherds cameto Product in
,
And banned from sale about 1,800 toys the windpipe, ears, or nose.
what had happened.
Collectors should address see which
and other articles Seams of poorly constructed

commemorate
we
requests for first day can WESTERN SAMOA-- year after that year event on presented electrical, mechanicalor stuffed dolls or animals may

cellations to "INTERPHIL 76 Christmas stamps here are Christmas day. We do it in a very thermal hazards to children.The break open and release small

stamp, Postmaster, PhiladelphiaPA circulating with four paintings by Shop windows are Commission is continuingits pellets which can be swallowed or
19104." local artists: "Mother and lighted pompous and way adorned. Mothers efforts to keep hazardous toys inhaled.

Child" by M. M. Fe'ao; "TheSavior" special dishes for off the market, but it is clearlythe
some
had
Service
The U.S. Postal prepare
by P. Tuigamala "A to take
; responsibility
dinner. But what's the reason for parents'
canceled one previously announced Star Is Born" by I. To' afa; and commemoration? action in protecting their children Loud poises: Toy caps and
1976 issue: the sheet of such a other noise-makers
can
"Madonna and Child" by E. produce
injuries.
32 reproducing the entire Everything fine, but Christmas from toy-related noise levels that
,
stamps
Coter, Values are 3, 4,10 and 30 can damage
Declaration of Independence, sene. isn't that kind of thing only. Choose toys with care. Keep in hearing.. The law requires the

with each stamp showing a Christmas is something more mind each child's age, interests, following label on caps producing
portion of the document. Official than Just gifts and smiles, food or and skill level, and look for noise above a certain level .

reason given(is that the American NORFOLK ISLANDTWOrecent beautiful shop windows. quality design and construction. "WARNING, 'do not fire closer
Revolution Bicentennial Administration issues of this South Pacific Christmas is a celebration that than one foot from the ear.Do not

island accent the history of' the finally aims at putting an end to Directions and instructions use indoors,'*
reached the can area. One is a pair of commemoratives our dark inside.
should be clear, not only to 'you,
existence there
"In are
cellation'decision"after further honoring the 100th our
but also to the child. Look for age Sharp points: Broken toys can
of lonelines lack
consideration of, the appearance anniversary of the building of St. many moments 'dangerous
recommendations! "Not expose prongs and
of individual stamps when Barnabas Chapel. The 30 and 60 of understanding, aban
recommended for children under knife-sharp points Pins and
.. hearts
donment..endless hours.
detached from the sheet. cent items depict a brass cross
doll's
MAURITIUS-This Indian Ocean .with the dates 1875-1975, and the broken, useless efforts for a true three; or, ""Recommended for staples on clothes and hair
children 4-8. A that be can cut a child. Even the ever
island has:just issued' unique laying of the foundation stone friendship. Selfishness. Christ toy may '
safe for older child be popular teddy bear can have
mas to the hearts of men and an may
the
International Women's Year 1875 and Chapel in 1975. The ,
in the hands of barbed eyes or,wired limbs.
other women is a celebration that from dangerous a
stamp of 2.50 rupees. The design set cites the 50th an- ,

has a scroll telling theevent,with niversary of the launching of the the face of that little boy, a boy younger one. Propelled objects: Flying toys

a'' profile of a woman looking schooner "Resolution." This like many boys of the world, can be turned into weapons which

towards the, light from an completely native built ship was, there came a new hope for Look for safety labels; "non- could injure an eye. Arrows or

Aladdin's lamp. The latter the pride of islanders, made from mankind..." from "Christmas" toxic" on painted toys; "flame darts used by children should

ti symbolizes the. Light of the the famous Norfolk Island pine Editora Vozes. Translated from retardant-resistant" on fabric have protective tips.
World. wood. the Portuguese. products; and "washable-

hygienic materials" on stuffed '
I
Electric toys: Such toys can
and dolls.Teaching .
toys shock or burn children if they are
5 .ACRESHeavy
improperly .constructed, wired,
children to put their '
if misused. Electric
or they are
Oaks in Clay County. toys away, on a shelf or in a toy
toys with heating elements are
chest, will help prevent falls and
Low down payment. $88 per children
recommended for
i HONDA WEST mo. NO LOW LAND. Lake other injuries. Toy chests should than only old.
more eight years
pf I v i leges. have a lightweight lid which can
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Broker should have air holes. for ven- not only for the toys you plan to
6332 BLANDING BLVD., PH l71. 244 1-378-2308 tilation. buy, but also for the toys that are

in the house now.

ANYTIME I Since most children give thema and
pretty fair workout toys shouldbe Careful toy selection

checked periodically for proper supervision of childrenat

damage or breakage. Dangerous play is still the best way to

.toys should be thrown away orrepaired prevent toy-related injuries.
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Following graduation, he attended said, attesting to the accuracy Interpreters for the Deaf in.
the University of and efficiency of the spec- Tampa, Florida. ?,
Maryland, and in 1952 received a trograph. '"I have to be extremely He lives with his 10-year old :

master of education degree.In careful and very precisein son, Bobby whom he describes'as"the
the summers of 1967 and 1968 my work," Stanley said. of They
eye.
apple my
he attended sessions at Arizona He is active in both state and /and
enjoy camping, fishing
State University, where he local civic organizations. A past ::
studied emission and absorption president of the Florida bowling. II
spectroscopy. Association of the Deaf, Stanleyis When asked about future plans
Stanley first, entered federal a member of the Florida State Stanley said, "to learn more j
service as a chemist in April 1961, Rehabilitation Advisory Com about the use of the
Joining the Engineering Group at mittee and serves on the advisory microphotometer comparator,;a
the NAS Overhaul and Repair committee for Florida School for machine used to study the resultsof
Department here. Initially; he the Deaf and Blind in St. the spectrograph, and to
was assigned routine duties Augustine, Florida. He is vice continue to study and learn alll,I
related to process control president of Florida can in my field. New ideas and ',
through chemical analysis. It Teletypewriters' in northern inventions are constantly being
soon became obvious that his Florida. Stanley was one of the introduced and the profession is a
deafness was not going to deter 4 t founders of Florida Registry for challenging one."
him from handling more intricateand
important duties. He has I
progressed 'steadily' in the, USS Belknap update .

organization ;and upon the
METAL SAMPLES NARF Chemist, Robert
prepared by
art retirement of the chief spec'tographer = Wash. The guided missile where estimates and planning
in the Division Materials Laboratory. (Photo by
Stanley Weapons
,Stanley assumed all of cruiser USS Belknap (CG-26), will be accomplished regardingher
Tom Hansen)
His mother enrolled him at the his duties smoothly and ef- badly damaged In a collision with repair. ;
by Carolyn K.KenyonA California School for the Deaf at ficiently, the aircraft carrier John F.
-serious physical handicaphas Berkeley, California, when it Stanley deals with military and Kennedy (CV-67)) 22 November in The ship is ,being place in a
in no way deterred Robert became apparent that his civilian personnel in solving fleet the Mediterranean near Sicily special out of commission statusto
Stanley from top performance as hearing would not return. Stanley and local production problems.He will be temporarily placed out of accomplish a normal overhaul
an analytical chemist in NARF's graduated as class salutatorian.He is a. recognized expert onemission commission.Later this month the (previously scheduled for next
material laboratory Comparedto attended Gallaudet Collegein and absorption spec- ship will be towed to the year) and to repair damage from
his former job as a math and Washington, D.C., and earneda troscopy, and his advice is Philadelphia Naval l Shipyard, the accident.
science teacher, he describes his bachelor's degree in chemistry.He frequently sought on perplexing .
current work in spectography as was elected class president scientific problems.
"relatively calm," during his senior year and par- NARF's spectrograph is one of JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
Stanley is a native of Los ticipated in the athletic program, only three in the United States. It
Angeles, California and attended excelling in is the newest model and costs in
public schools there until the ning, track and cross-country basketball.run-He excess of$40,000.Stanley said, "I .REPOSSESSION 1 : : I] SALE

sixth grade, at which time he served as, captain of both the can identify a metal in 30 to 45
contracted spinal meningitis and cross-country and track teams. minutes with the spectrograph. It Every Day Is Bargain Day
was hospitalized for six months. Gallaudet is the only college for would take a chemistry lab threeor
The disease destroyed his the deaf in the world. It is a four days to do the analysis, LOT: CORNER OF CASSAT AND SHIRLEY AVENUES
auditory nerves and left him federally-funded college and the and then with questionable Open Monday thru Friday,4:00 til 4:30 p.m. fI
deaf. He describes this results Occasionally the sheriff's
totally President of the United States '
time of his life as "making me signs the degrees. President office will bring in a paint I CAMPERS CARS HOMES! I II
angry, bitter and very Truman signed Stanley's scraping from ,a hit and run
frightened. Remember, I was an diploma. accident for identification," he

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I "Not to let m. have a line watch "That there will be happiness In like to get enough monty" to get spiel. I'm lust going, to take It attend college before I Qt7uSon >
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never ttlll" Personnel Services' : "I 1 would like like Congress to tell me there will "About 17tt> sheets of plywood, 22 AIMD: "I 1 would like a set of PCS
I a home, a lot of monty, and love be no more 'erosion of benefits' 2X4s, and a Skil saw so I can orders. Also, the standards thit
from everyone. that I have earned with 25 years finish my carport and workshoparea have been passed down from
In the Navy I'd alto like the FRA at home If ht doesn't hive Heaven above-brotherly and
to have more thin 200,000 the above items, enough 'Nor- good will toward men-have! not
6 members." wegian brick'to do the job,along been met. I hope that Santa will
t; with a trowel. will do," 1 provide theses things.. "


., BOATS,MOTORS,CANOES News from the NAS Jax Vet activityby I
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Roberto Jacksonville Branch assigned from the Veterinary
11 Yacht Broker-Wet Storage-Marine Hoists Hull Service SFC Mendeola Veterinary
I Expert Engine Service.Outboard,Stern Drive,Inboard Recently assigned to th.! Activity is Pvt. Norma J. Activity, Fort Stewart, Georgia.
Meidinger from Zeeland, North We would like to extend our
Dakota. She was recently good wishes and farewell to SSgt.
reassigned from Fort Sam Thomas S. Farmer who will be
Houston, Texas, and she is the departing on January 2, 1976 for
,1 first U.S. Army Veterinary WAC Yokohama, Japan for his new
TRUE Him assigned to this unit. assignment. SSgt. Farmer hails
We also want to welcome SP5 from Tennessee and has beenwith

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MOVIES START AT 7:30 mel and Bud Spencer. PG. 108 min.; TRIGGER JR., 67 min.

Thursday,Dec.18 min. SundayJan.4 '
BLACK CHRISTMAS, a drama Saturday,Dec..27 TIMBER TRAMP, an action A e 1
starring Olivia Hussy and Keir ASPHYX, a suspense drama drama starring Claude Atkins 4
Dullea. R. 98 min.Friday starring Robert Stephens and and Tab Hunter PG. 108 min.
,Dec. 19 Robert Powell. PG. 99 min. Monday,Jan.5
THE MACKINTOSH MAN, a Free Kiddie Matinee (2 p.m.): THE EXORCIST, a horror
suspense drama starring Paul SUICIDE FLIGHT, 13 min.; BIG drama starring Max Von Sydow
Newman and Dominique Sanda. GAMBLERS, 26 min.; THE and Ellen Burstyn. R. 122 min.
PG. 99 min. HIDEOUT MYSTERY, 60,min. Tuesday,Jan.6
Saturday,Dec.20 Sunday,Dec.28 BUCKTOWN,a drama starring
CARBON COPY, an action CONDUCT UNBECOMING, a Fred Williamson and Pam Grier.
drama starring Robert Hossier drama starring Michael York R. 94 min.
and Charles Azmavour. PG. 91 and Richard Attenborough. PG. Wednesday,Jan.7
min. 107 min., THE SUMMERTIMEKILLER
Free Kiddie Matinee ((2 p.m.): Monday,Dec.29 an action drama w--,
MALTEN MENACE, 13 min.; J. W. COPP, a rodeo drama starring Karl Malden and Olivia
BIG FRAME UP, 26 min.; starring Cliff Robertson and Hussey. PG. 100 min.
DAREDEVILS OF THE Geraldine Page. PG.. 113 min. E
CLOUDS, 62 min.Sunday Tuesday,Dec.30
,Dec.21 SHAFT'S BIG SCORE, an Wage changeNAS
WINTER HAWK, a drama adventure drama starring
starring Lief Erickson and, Richard Roundtree and Moses Jax' has recently been
Michael Dante. PG. 98 min. Gunn.. R., 105 min.Wednesday.. advised by the Department of
Monday,Dec.22 ,Dec.31 Defense Technical Wage Fixing
PIRANHA, an adventure NOT NOW DARLING, a Authority that a.wage change
drama starring William Smith comedy starring Leslie Phillipsand survey of the Jacksonville,
and Peter Brown. PG. 90 min. Julie Ege. R. 97 min. Florida wage, area affecting all
Tuesday,Dec 23 Thursday,Jan. employees in ungraded positions,
ROLLERBALL, a drama WHITE LINE FEVER, a is scheduled to be ordered in
starring James Caan and John drama starring Jan Michael January 1976. Members of the
Houseman. R. 123 min. Vincent and Kay Lienz., PG. 90 Local Wage Survey Committeewho'
Wednesday,Dec.24 min.
are now engaged in per AT HOME ON THE RANGE-LCdr. Hal Torrance whips his last
MAN ON A SWING, a mystery Friday,Jan.2 forming the necessary up
.drama starring Cliff Robertsonand THE GREAT GATSBY a preparatory tasks prior to the ,
Joel Grey. PG. 110 min. drama starring Robert Redford'and beginning of this survey are: recipe.Torrance's
Thursday,Dec.25 Mia Farrow. PG. 141 min. James p, Kavin, chairman; Kitchen
CLEOPATRA JONES AND Saturday,Jan.3 Mary H. Selby, alternate
THE CASINO OF GOLD, an THE MAN WHO WOULD NOT chairman; Donald E. Neel,
action)drama starring Tamara DIE, a drama starring Alex management k_ member;
Dobson and Stella Stevens. R. 96 Sheate and Dorothy Malone. PG.- Raymond V Geiger, alternate says goodbyeThis
min. 90 min.
management member; Cecil
Friday,Dec.26 Free Kiddie Matinee ((2 p.m.): McKinney, labor member; and column has been a regular pressure as most of those
ALL THE WAY BOYS ', TEN SECONDS TO LIVE, 13 received in the
an Eugene Sawyer, alternate labor part of the JAX AIR NEWS for were presented
action drama starring'Terronco min.* COUNTERFEITERS, 26 member. over two years. Each week, we column with appropriate credit to

have researched recipes for that the donor.
Unique Retirement Gift special selection that would Writing this column has been a
appeal to our readers.We pleasant experience and we hope
don't know how successfulwe our readers have enjoyed it and
were but we received some found it useful. ,We also hope it
positive feedback and now and will be missed since there will be
p then some contributions of no recipe this week nor will the
recipes to include in our column. column appear in '76. We have
There were often times when decided to take the last month off

MILITARY PERSONNEL ONLY... RETIREMENT CASE we were hard pressed for a recipe from recipe research before the
Hand crafted case provides retirement date of 1 February
ADMISSION FREE glass-enclosed display area for right up to deadline and other
EVERY TUES., WED. A SUN. NITES medals, ribbons flag rating times when our recipe was 1976 arrives.
badges, engraved list of duty omitted due to space limitationsor Torrance's Kitchen wishes our
stations.Wooden plaques,Custom unplanned leave. Contributed readers a happy holiday season
made Engraving Sc per letter and new year.
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wins contestJaxLee Keflavik, Icelandthe deployed hosted by the Norwegian Air
Dragons of VP-56 recently joinedIn Force for three days.
the spirit of the season by After a ferry ride to nearby

profferring gifts of a different Tondheim, the Americans were
nature-gifts of brotherhood and treated to the gaining of an insight
Fasnacht, an employee
Service hospitality, unique promotions of into the culture and habitsof
in the Pediatric at
the Naval Regional Medical the spirit of cooperative community the people in the friendly city

Center has been named winner of ,relations. tucked up in the fjords of the
Tactical Air Crew Eleven of Arctic Circle.
a contest to name seven housing
VP-56, after the recent com Dubbed "Operation Beer'Jug,"
areas at NAS Patuxent River,
pletion of a routine mission over the visit 'was termed as an
Md.Mrs. the North Atlantic, flew on to oustanding example of the furtherance
Fasnacht submitted the Norway and landed at Orland. of a spirit of understanding
f. winning entry for each of the There the crew of five officers between the peoplesof
a, yyf.R '''N'' housing areas and was awarded a and eight enlisted men were America and her NATO allies.
,, $50 U.S. Savings Bond for each
< tS Needless to say more was gained
, ,,
entry. Volunteers than just a taste for the l local

Capt. James L. Hughes, beer. '
Director of Clinical Services at needed Meanwhile, In Keflavik, a crew
.'..n...' the NRMC presented the awardsto of Dutch aviators had landed and
d : Wash.NavPetty Officerswill
J Lee during recent ceremoniesat replace all Marine Corps likewise were given an' introduction
the Center. into the American
.. personnel working in' Navy
,,. "I felt that, since this is the Correctional Centers, beginning Icelandic modes of cooperation in
: .t space age and most of the in June 1976.Between routine operations.Bayanihan.
astronauts attended the Test June 1976 and March
, dance
; Pilot School at Patuxent River, it 1977, more than 500 correctional
would be nice if the housing areas assignments 'will become Bayanihan .is having a New
5 5 were named after them," Mrs. available for qualified personnelE4 Year's Eve Ball and Dinner
1 .' ... Fasnacht states in explaininghow through E-9. Volunteers are Dance from 7:30 p.m.to 1:30: a.m.
I I," she came up with the winning need to'fill these assignments. at the Garden Club of Jackson
entries; AU personnel first will receive ville, 1005 Riverside Avenue.
" training at the Army Military Reservations are necessary.
,) ,:' :', Prior to coming to NAS Jax, Police School, Ft. McClelttn, Attire will be semi-formal, music
II' '''. "}" Lee Fasnacht, her husband and Alabama. will be by "Variety,'" and food

Magaiint's January Playmate, Daina House, wishes all you two children, resided in the All interested personnel are will be Filipino-American. For
sailors a Happy New Year. Married Enlisted Men's Quartersat encouraged to apply to 'their more information call 771-8741 or
Pax Rivers.' Mrs. Fasnachtwas detailers. 7729535.
employed on the MaterinityWard .
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sponsored by NWCA Jax 86 will dividuals and groups may no If,your rooms
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remain .open until 3 a.m. required except for medical MILITARY RATES!
Reservations will be required for appointments. Notice of can us for help.
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Capt.. Carrier receives medalJaxCapt. I lE1jjr


William Carrier Rear Admiral Norman K, leadership and professionalismwhich
successful
Jr., commanding officer of the Green, commander Naval Base assured the the NATTC'smission.
Jacksonville made the accomplishment of
Naval Air Technical Training ,
Center prior to his retirement, presentation on Dec. 9, 1975. .
The citation issued by the
received the Meritorious Service President of the United States to "An extremely competent and
Medal here last week for outstanding accompany the presentation of resourceful leader, Captain
service from August' the decoration cited Captain Carrier (was) responsible for
1972 to November 1973. Carrier! for his extraordinary administrative, operational and
..
training functions to the end that
(the Center) outstandingly
fulfilled its mission to train
selected enlisted personnel in the .
technical skills and duties t::;
required for operation and
maintenance of aeronautical

equipment," the citation read. WASHDOWN STARSVPskipper, Cdr. Craig Campbell, and XO,

Cdr. W.C. Bloh, man the hose during the squadron's "Woodpecker
.In addition to recognizing his Washdown."
meritorious leadership
capabilities, the citation also 'brass'
VP-49
afforded special acclamations to star atwashdown
Captain Carrier for being instrumental
in saving the Navy "
over $200,000 in fiscal year 1973
by streamlining student pipeline ,

management systems.His by Ens.Rich Nash serve as supervisor over the
innovative resourcefulnessin December 11,1975 will go downin ""wash crew."
VP-49 history as the date of the .
the establishment of Washdown." "Winners" of the election, in
procedures to ensure rapid and great "Woodpecker order of the highest number of
the
that
efficient processing of personnelto It was on that day received
votes were Cdr. Craig
and
skipper, XO, ,
d J Fleet activities was stated as squadron Campbell, VP-49 CO, Ltjg.
+ other high-ranking
several
. being representative of a 300 Darrell Watson, AMEI Harvey
had the
members of the unit
percent efficiency improvementat McGhee, Cdr. W.C. Bloh,
PRESIDENTIAL CITATION-Capt. William Carrier, Jr., USN-Ret., the NA TTC. rather dubious honor of washingone P-3C squadron XO, AWC "Nick"
received the U.S. Navy Meritorious Service Medal from Rear Admiral of the Woodpeckers' Mulich, LCdr. Ron' Martin,
Norman K. Green, commander Naval Base Jacksonville, during Since his retirement, Captain "Orion" aircraft under the AFCM Donald Tomer, LCdr Bill
award presentation ceremonies at NAS Jax on Dec. 9, 1975. Capt. Carrier has resided in nearby watchful eyes of two of the Ellis, AMH1 Richard Brock and
Carrier was awarded the decoration by the President of the United Orange Park, Fla. and has been squadron's enlisted men. ,Lt. Bob Cuccias.
States for outstanding, meritorious service 1$ commanding officer of affiliated with a nationwide Reason for the event, which
the Naval Air Technical Training Center from August 1972 to financial planning and will undoubtedly become an Garnering the most votes for
November 1973. management corporation. annual tradition, was the fund- wash crew supervisors were
for the Wood-
1 raising project ADJ3 "Speedy" Garcia and AN
peckers'annual Christmas party.
Thomas Silcox.
,
,
Rather than raise money by
usual methods bake sales, etc.- Needless to say, almost
'" .. e .'. tickets were purchased by everyone in the squadron had
squadron members which instructions for the wash crew as
allowed each buyer to vote for the to how best to get the job done.
candidate of his choice to wash
FOR $19.95 one of the squadron's aircraft. The wash crew attempted to
Additionally, each ticket buyerwas quell such inputs with numerous
allowed to vote for the E-4 or attacks on the standers-by with
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Enlisted personnel and y.fl.
their guests are invited to eat
Christmas dinner in the NAS
Enlisted Dining Facility.The .
cost for enlisted personnel
drawing commuted rations will-
be $1.50.'The charge for children
under 12 years old will be $1.25
v and other guests will pay $2.40 for
f the traditional holiday meal. -" ,., l'h
Christmas dinner will be ,. .."." 1,; .........3it ., ...
'.. ."of...: > :" IfI. .
served from 12:30: to 5:00: p.m. rRfieoai9enaco i ws> ,
Normal breakfast for enlisted CPO WIVES CLUB FETES PATIENTS-Members of the CPO Wives
personnel will be served from Club sponsored a Christmas party for the patients of the Alcohol
7:00: to 9:00: a.m.Appropriate Rehabilitation Unit, Bldg. 8. The Club is also planning to provide
NO SANTA CLAUS I DON'T BELIEVE ITI! civilian attire or draperies for the Unit sometime next year. The Alcohol
the uniform of the day will be Rehabilitation Unit provides treatment for active duty personnel from
CHAPEL CALLThe required dress and only those NAS, Mayport, Cecil Field and surrounding military installations.
persons engaged in work This highly successful treatment program has been In operation in
holiday schedules for the Dec. 28: Worship Service at 8:30: requiring them to wear Bldg. 8 since December 1974. Standing with. the ladies. ,is Jack Me-
station chapels are as follows a.m., 11 a.m. dungarees may do so. Dermott, assistant director of the unit.
(for further Information call
X3051, 3052)):
St.Edward Catholic Chapel
Dec. 20, 21: Regular Mass .
schedule
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Dec. 24: Christmas carols at
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11:30: p.m.
Dec. 25: Christmas Midnight .
Mass at 1 a.m. J Jd Ji I
Dec. 25: Folk Mass at 11 a.m. .- : :' '_""i >"... 1
Dec.31: Mess of New Year's Dayat / ;
5 p.m.
Jan. 1: Holyday Mass, Solemnityof
Mary Mother of God at 11 a.m. $i
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Dec. 23: 5 to 6 p.m. \
Dec. 24: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30: p.m. ,
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Dec. 21: Worship Service at 8:30: dS
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Yes., Virginia by Mike, there Carlson(I. a Santa personal An average and of $15,000 government worth of Don't play banta CI

Ctaus. H* comet in all sizes, is stolen here a
property every
shapes, and color, and both .
,u,.. And he gives away presents month. (During the six-month -
every day of the year. But he period of May through October examples, from January through wood grain cabinet." "Bellev
doesn't go ho-ho-ho. this year, stolen property totals September of this year $1,067,253 or not," says Easterling, q
WAN Wilson is going home ranged from $9,053 in August to worth of TVs, radios, cameras, Blow will often admit he does"Jo! I
$29,032 in July.) There is an such such owl
for Christmas. He's been putting stereos, and other equip- property. Criminals tend
of six reported thefts a know tl
a little "mad money" each average ment was reported to the Jax the law better
away
day, day, on station. For stolen.Of citizens." that
payday Into a sock In his laundry every Sheriffs Department as 4
bag in his locker Last payday the first four or five days after this amount, $26,396 has been Now up to this point the wheel
Wilson spent the weekend in- each payday, this average in- recovered. This recovery rate of of Justice have been
creases to 10.to 15 thefts a day. three is due fairly well in turning
than percent
vestigating every sock in the / less your favor-tht;
And the overall rate increases not giving the police have located
barracks. His money was gone. largely to people the
Mrs. Johnson dislikes during each holiday season. OPERAt10NIQEIlll I'CAt10N' police positive identificationleads thief and the TV But C!'.

Christmas,shopping. So she doesit Incredible as it seems, 85 of to go on. where the wheels seem to start
all in one day. With her car every 100 stolen property cases Look at this another way. spinning In reverse. If yOU carm<<
laden with gifts, she stopped at reported at NAS Jax go unsolved.The WARNING: Suppose ,the police did lihflcetheserlal'! numb
the Exchange to get just one Chief of Detectives at the THESE PREMISES ARE PROTECTEDALL miraculously recover 100 percentof that TV, or if you cannot u I
more thing. She came back to a NAS Jax Investigation Office, ITEMS OF VALUE HAVE BEEN MARKED stolen property even without them that your name or driver.
car with its windows broken and Warren Easterling, says there WITH THEJOWNER DRIVER LICENSE definite leads. More than 90 times license number or social secure
her gifts stolen. are three major reasons: (1)) the NUMBER FOR OF POSITIVE THE: SHERIFF.IDENTIFICATIONOFFICE out of 100 the thief would still get number is somewhere on that TV,
Wilson and Mrs. Johnson are vast majority of station thefts to keep the property because the nine times out of 10 you've Just
two of thousands of people who involve cash, which is almost personnel and Jacksonville owner could not identify it. played Santa Claus to Joe Blolr
are going to play Santa Claus to impossible to trace; (2) as a rule, residents do not know the serial This can be a rather distasteful To prevent something like !hi I
people they hadn't intended to larceny is the most difficult of all number or any identifying mark lesson in justice for the owner from happening to you, the fn
this year. They are also two of crimes to solve-more difficult which would prove that their whose strongest claim of thing you should do is secure
you
thousands of NAS Jax people who than murder; and ((3)) most property is theirs! Right off the ownership is something like valuables. Almost anything w
think that being on a Navy base people cannot positively'identify bat, this situation drastically "Whaddaya mean, can I prove can think of can be and has been
means they don't have to worry their own property. obstructs recovery of stolen it's mine? The damn thing's been stolen here at NAS Jax.Thefts are
about getting ripped off. Over 90 percent of. NAS Jax ,property.To cite one of numerous sitting in my house for a year-my an everyday occurrence, and

family's seen it, my friends'veseen cash and wallets are by far the
9- it; I've got witnesses, most frequently stolen articles
everything!" And if you live in the barracks
Everything but a serial and store valuables in you
number. In.a larceny or breakingand locker, remember this little
entry, the owner can be Catch-22: most barracks locken
rk"P VIhJ victimized twice: first, by the are a poor place to store
t thief who takes the property and, valuables-lockers prodigiously]
second, by the owner himself lead the breaking and entry list
when, through ignorance or If you live in station housing,
carelessness, he cannot your security problems arenl II'
positively identify his own nearly so bad. An average of only P
property. Since possession does. one house a month is broken into
count in the eyes of the law, the on station. (This compares with teB
fact that the thief has the an average of 731 Jacksonville
property only strengthens his homes broken into monthly.)

..... position if the owner has no Locking up or chaining down
identifying proof. your valuables, however, com,
Imagine: You come home to prises only one-half of yoursecurity
I: find your TV stolen. You report to blanket. Unless you

the police that your "23-inch, think you can claim Joe Blow 3
RCA XL100 color TV with wood your dependent on April 15, you
grain cabinet" was stolen. The must be able to positively identify
police eventually locate Joe your valuables.To .
Blow, whom someone saw this end, there is a natiot
carrying a TV out of your house wide, computerized program
the day of the robbery.The police geared specifically toward litstant
CASH FOR THE HOLIDAYS? ask Joe Blow if he owns a "23- identification of stolen

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find out through NCIC lilt's up in another state, the police
C twice this stolen and who to contact for there have only to contact the
aus year returning it. If Florida police Florida police to determine '.
recover your TV, the FCIC in- ownership.
formation bank itself will yield Furthermore, a bonus feature
even q "....:"'',#. is known. "Instant" means such Information without havingto inherent in Operation Identification "
go to the NCIC bank. is that the will ii,
"Joeio .. anywhere from five seconds to 20 police !
\i minutes, depending on computer"down" Simple enough. But what occasionally run across an in- ,f
,
endtj'Hhe time. This compares happens if your TV has no serial dividual who has property with a ;.t
that /IJ with the days and weeks of number? Or if the number is only different driver's license numberon i

manhours spent by police in pasted on? Or if the serial it than his own. This triggers .';

v'heehhere's 11 ..." S _. trying to locate the owner of number is altered? In these an investigation which would not '.
situations, your property either have occurred if the had
unmarked property
lM1in&& --\'.:. .. property, a time-
' ; consuming and often futile effort.In will not be listed with NCIC or if no identification or only a serial
i,, >' 4t!fI 1 '" listed will be worthless.
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peeled ; '. ( Florida, after 90 days un- number on it.
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'. .,;: ,:. : traceable recovered property can. Statistics on the effectivenessof
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I start be, and is, auctioned off by police This is why Florida and Operation Identification type
= Ma<< .' departments. The Jax Sheriff's numerous other states are programs are encouraging. For
umberottd Department auctions off an promoting Operation Identification example, over a 10-year period in

1 average of $15,000 worth of such (Stop Thief I), a Monterey Park, Calif., 4,000
river't which homeowners who belonged to
property 'approximately every program invaluably
'curitj eight weeks. The money goes to complements the NCIC program. Operation Identification sufferedsix
at TV, the police and fire retirement Basically, Operation Iden- burglaries (an incidence rate
'e Just fund.) tification consists of engravingyour of 0.15 percent) while 7,000 of

Blov.ethij, driver's license number or. their neighbors suffered 1,800burglaries
; The nationwide recovery your valuables, filing"an information (a rate of 26 percent).
ar program works like this; The
efuaeyour National Crime Information card with the police, The success of the program in

Center in Washington, D.C., is a and putting a couple of stickerson each community depends on you, .,
gyoc computerized system with an your windows. (Social security the individual,and how much you
.S been information bank which police numbers are not acceptable. 'value your property and your tax
its are agencies in all 50 states utilize. Florida police have computer dollars which pay toward police
, access to Florida driver's license
and
Among other things, the bank investigations.
arthetides numbers but not to social is If want
. contains information-listed by. Seeing believing. you
serial numbers-on all reported security numbers., Additionally, to get a real good idea of how .
'
!Taw articles stolen throughout the police throughout the country many Santa Claus's there are in

your 4t .5,' United States. (It does not list have a very difficult time getting the Jacksonville area alone, the
littleocken stolen articles when no serial your name from the Social Jax Sheriff's Department is
Security Administration, a of thousands of dollars
number is given by the owner) auctioning
store Let's say, once again, that your situation Act.made worse by the worth of untraceable goodies .
Privacy )
;jiousljrylist today, from 10 a.m. to about 1
TV is stolen. Let's also say that p.m., behind the City Jail. (But
>Using, IT'S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY--Joln "Operation Identification"by this time you know the serial be advised-you might discover
areat engraving your driver license number on your valuable personal number. You give it and a If you have marked your TV that you're one of the Santa
of onlyen property. It's your responsibility to protect your valuables. Engravingtools description of the TV to the with your driver's license-even Claus's.) 'i ,,';
into are available on a loan basis from the HAS Investigation Office, Florida police. They enter it as a though the serial\ number is "*!( "
'switlonville Bldg. 13 at the Main Gate, X2666. (Photo by Kleber) stolen article into the Florida missing-Florida police can rw,
Crime Information Center's quickly match your number with For more information on

y.) computer system, which in turn your name.Even if your TV turns borrowing the engraver and
down Girli' Galore' | enters it as a stolen article into up in another state, the police joining Operation Identification,
; : 'SUNDAY AT JAX BEACH!
, com Non-Slop the NCIC system. If the police in there have only to contact the call the Investigation Office( v

yours #.Shown., .) Day & Nite Exotic Entertainment any other state recover your TV, Florida police to determine (Bldg. 13 at the Main Gate) at ;

you : .:: ."...., SEVENDAYSAWEEK.1IAMtiI.2AM in a matter of seconds they can ownership. X2S66. f.I

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DECEMBER 18, 1975
PAGE 14 JAX AIR

CROSS ACTIVITIESHomemade I
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::. ; cookies con Catholic Church. Keeping
', tributed by HC-2 and HS-1 wivesare things humming In the patients'
J J A ,.' welcome enhancements to lounge have been parties spon-
'" fI( the Red Cross Coffee Call wagon sored by the Navy Wives Club of
each Wednesday this month. HS- America, 121 and 86, the
; 7, HS-15 and the Oakleaf Wives Jacksonville USO, and the,'
FOR. Clubs also donated cookies for Military Order of Cooties. The
distribution by the volunteers and Salvation Army has contributedgifts
VP-16 wives baked cakes for and the National Assn. of
- "t" '.".."--."'., -, ..-.,.. e ....._ : wv"" y .....',,,,..,_,,...,,,.,, ,. birthday parties. Greeting Card Publishers has
.. : ,," Ward 7W won the annual Ward donated 'Christmas cards. Also,
j .. Decoration Contest with their "12 fruits donated by the Wholesale
t' Days of Christmas Modified" Fruit Distributors of Jacksonvillehave
I' } iDiute1j entry. They received a certificate given pleasure to all
and were entertained by the patients.
: ., ,, "Sweet Adelines" at a party Simple favors prepared by Red
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:" : ? Auxiliary Fleet Reserve Assn. added to the patients' enjoyment.
126. Donations of time and skills
"A Bicentennial Christmas," throughout the year by the Red
1) "Yuletide at the Bedside," and Cross staff and volunteers,
I i.:J'I S "Christmas in Outer Space"were traditional at the NRMC, have
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three other popular themes carried over to the Christmas
chosen by patients and staff who season.
worked together in the program.
Small living Christmas' trees All the excitement and
$ decorated by the Jacksonville festivities will come to a climaxon
I .. r ) Garden Club have been presentedto Christmas Eve when the Red
II each patient.The Cross staff, volunteers and
I Musicians Assn. of "Jangoes" will help Santa Claus
Jacksonville and the "Guys and distribute stockings of gifts from
Dolls" rock group are providing various individuals and com-
entertainment for NRMC munity organizations to each
I. patients and the "Five O'ClockChoir patient.
," NAS Catholic Chapel, The Marine Wives Club
NAS Protestant Youth Choir, the members will contribute cookiesto
HC-2 Fleet Angels and the party and accordion music
I If Jacksonville Jaycees are also provided by the Musicians Assn.of .
,\ \ providing musical diversion to Jacksonville are guaranteed to
j 4 help keep .the blahs away. make the occasion a festive one.
', Holiday season cheer is also Thanks to the efforts of all the
Give Mother a day off being provided by the Adventure Red Cross staff and the many
Campfire Girls of Orange Park, individuals who have volunteeredtheir
Edward H. White Sr. High School time and gifts for the benefitof
J to enjoy Christmas Chorus,Ortega Methodist Church the NRMC patients, the
Youth Choir and a folk group Christmas spirit is in full
*; dinner with her from the Most Holy Redeemer evidence this year as always.
( ;, family.
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JAX AIR
NEWS.AIRWINGER
PAGE 15
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12X60MOBILE HOME NO CASH NEEDED
Carport, Patio & utl. rm., AC, chain 1972 Duster
AT, AC, sharp $1495. or
eb-.lilldlldI link 7397.fenced yd.$1 lO.Mo.. plus'' dep., '.771-:\ low moo: pymts.. 388 6422.: .. '.

CALL: 387.3566 LLOYDSCORVETTEPLACE
OPPOSITE
NAS JAX.
We Buy & Sell Corvettes
Acts should be mailed to arrive not later than fljoth Street 634 Cassat Ave.388.3311.
arriving too late for this deadline will be Tuesday for publication the following Thursday Acts Mobile Homes & Apts. for rent, 1BR.
published the fOllowing week units for mature adults. Nice for
strutted unless tile
otherwln. A Check or publisher Is In. 1972 VW"11 .
money: order
for he cost Of the act must be received singles. From $75.Mo. Larger Mobile
RATE minimum WITH the copy. homes Moving to Calif will sacrifice. Phone
: charge ((3 lines) .. from $100.Mo. Children
$2.50 Per additional anytime day or nlte 786.9450.19734DR. .
Mall to: MOLT PUBLISHING line ((4 words per line) ..'Oc welcome. Justiss Trailer Park,
CO., .565 SHIRLEY AVE., JACKSONVILLE FLA.,32210 389.3007,
FORD TORINO
COMPLETELY FURN SRM HOME Copper Color PS, PB, AC & radio.
2BR., wnice Den, Big tree shaded Credit Union will loan approx. $1,850.

J EMPLOYMENTWANTEDTV ,. ,: ( CONTEMPORARYSan DRAMATIC NEW LARGE FAMILY'ROOM fenced yard New WW carpet, AC Best offer over 2000. 264.5427 Eve.
L : Oak Hill, 3BR., new WW carpet, Close to Bases Churches, Schools & "
BENCH Jose nr. 1295, 4BR., 3BA., 2300 sq. fenced yard, Priced right for quick shopping center. 3845849.UNFURNISHED BANK REPOS
SERVICEMAN ft., 16' HI Entry. 2 Story Bmd'Cathedral sale. Seller pays closing costs. 71 PONTIAC CATALINA, 4 door, HT,,

60pct.: of Labor: After hours call 384- ceiling In Sunken LR. Open MURRAY HILL 38R., 2BA. PS, Air, R&H, AT, vinyl top. '74

5284. balcony from 2nd Fl. Bmd. Cathedral Extra nice, 3BR with fame rm., CH&A, Close In $200. Mo., Deposit MUSTANG II, Vinyl top, PS, Air,
ceiling In MBR. Sundeck off required. 264-9349. R&H, AT '74 AIR STREAM TRAVEL
MBR, carpets, near schools & shopping. Call
TMt5c4Ii1'l Laundry Rm. Corner. $2000 Tax now. TRAILER, 31 ft, '72 12X70
| IBR. APT AVONDALE
Rebate till 123175. $69,990. Ph 737. VA-NO CLOSING COSTS On St. Johns 'River, no recreation KINGSWOOD MOBILE HOME, 2BR.,
3562 or 268.0281.HOME. 3BR., 2BA. ,
with
fame
rm4 Carpets, area, references required. No pets, CH&A.For
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONINGand fenced yard. Seller must leave must more info. Ph. 389-8123
Unlurn.
FOR SALE sell now. $175. $190. Furn. 388.9886 to Or 384.7592 Mr. Larsen or Mr. Kellum

HEATING UNIT kitchen Southside, Estate 3 Bed, IVj Bath, eat.In FOUR BEDROOMS2BA. see.

4 ton saves electricity with 3 phase Chandelier large dining rm. with ., Cent. Air & Heat. Large rooms, FOR RENT I 1971 AUDI
patio, utll. rm., carpet, home In 4 Door, Beige, Air, Radio, Best
operation. Low howrs excellent washer Conv. located between NAS & Cecil. 5BR., 3BA., family Orange Offer
60 .
25
By
condition. Phone 387-3564 weekdays 95 filter also pool with pump and Flexible Terms. Near all schools. Park, fully carpeted, AC $325. Call for 388 7492.

attached garage. Yard SERVICE REALTY.INC. appt.; 284 5830 aft. 4 P.M. or anytimeSat. ...i
completely Fenced, lot
Is 80 By 120.
.
7471 103rd Street
GEORGE'S KENNELS Twenty minutes to Mayport and NAS.! Realtor-M.L.S. 1 )t.a- ':
Dogs & Cats Boarded Call 641-6065 after 5 on 778-405Q.24Hr. "
weekdays all '
Since 1925. Grooming, training, & day on Sat. Asking $27,000. BUDGET BUY I
Shipping. Visitors welcome Lovely 3BR., 1BA. Home located on
Bankamerlcard & Mastercharge LOVELY 3BR. HOME Ig. corner lot. Nice kit. w.new dbl. ALL MILITARY
honored. Off I 1-10: Near Cassat Ave.'& IVjBA., New W-W Carpet, Fresh door refrlg., BIRO, custom drapes & 2 PCT. DISCOUNT ( a
Paint, Paneled Pam
Rm., Conv to 388-419.
Edgewood Ave. carpet, Cent. Heat, carport w-utll.! rm. $ ,
Both BaseS:
SOlS Edgewood Court. T83-U2S $250. per mo. 6714 ton- Only 522,500.00. No money down. WESTSIDE MOBILE HOME PARK

donbridge. La. Call Tom 778.1738 or LOOK WHAT $17,500 WILL BUY 2 & 3BR., CH&A, Conv. to schl, NAS, ; .
TYLER A-C (LAKtSr10RE) 388 1504. Nice2BR., 1BA. home located on nice Cecil 5515 118th St. 3 blk East of k scBlending.
Repairs on auto AC. Central Units & WELCOME SANTA large lot. 772 0260.
Lg. fame rm., sep. DR., %
window units. 4711 Palmer Ave. 388 -"r
Make this XMAS a special one. Call to carport. VA 8. FHA terms."CONFEDERATE .

5161. see this lovely 3BR., 2BA. Brick Homew POINT" J TRANSPORTATION t

LIVE CRABS .Ig. pan. Den, & Ig. tree shaded lot. Owner has reduced the price and says sa

Wllford's Fish Camp All this & more for Only $42,500. All "make an offer" on this executive E2'S & UP, NO CASH NEEDED : ,

264 9707 ,Terms. ABR., 2BA. Home In excel. neigh Financing arranged for low mo. 6

WORKMAN REALTYINC. borhood. This home features a Ig. pymts. Good dependable used cars, a *.

TAKE UP PAYMENTS Realtor-M.L.S. 388.9385 fam. rm. wan unusual fireplace, good selection. 388 6422.NOCASHNEEDED. < ;
197$ Singer Futura. Top of the line lovely equlpt. kit. custom cabinets. y

sewing machine like new. Original Seller will s.o.s. Very formal dining room & spacious
price (650.00. balance due $287.80 or pay closing on this well kept living room. A quality built home and 1970 Dart Swinger, $1095., or low mo. '
3BR., 2BA. Home, CH&A, plus
many pymts. 3886422. .T
need someone to assume $12.70 ready for occupants.
xtras; Inside utility rm. & 2 car car-
monthly payments. Phone 731.0255, CEDAR HILLS BARGAIN NO CASH NEEDED i
port. Conv. to both bases, all terms
will deliver, no obligation. $25,000. Extra nice 3BR., 2BA. Home on Ig. 1972 Pinto, 2DR., stick $995., or low
fncd. lot, 14X18 living room. Big .
388 6422.
mo. pymts.
LOW EQUITY & LOW
BANK REPOS PAYMENTS
Bedrooms Inside utll.! rrn. This home
'71 PONTIAC CATALINA, 4 door, HT Don't miss this one. Neat as a pin & shows very well and will sell Itself, NO CASH NEEDED ;:
PS, Air, R&H AT, vinyl top. '74 cute as a button in this 3BR., 2BA. only 1973
Vega Hatchback. AT, AC, sharp, "s
MUSTANG II, Vinyl top, PS, Air, Home. Conv. to bases schools & $20,500.YOU'LL BUY- $1495., or low mo. pymts. 3886422.NOCASHNEEDED .
R&H, AT. '74 AIR STREAM TRAVEL shopping. Equity for less than $3200. If you let me show you this home with

TRAILER 31 ft. '72 12X70 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY3BR. 1600 sq. ft. of living space In excel. .:
KINGSWOOD'MOBILE .HOME, 2BR., ., 2BA. Home In Immaculate cond. 3 nice BR., 2BA. with a huge 1965 Ford Van, $650.,, or low mo.. "
CH&A. condition, fncd. yd., Excel location. pymts. 388.6422.
fame rm. & fireplace, sep. DR CH&A.
For more Info Ph. 389-1123 Only $21,700. VA. Seller will pay all Beautiful yd. w.Btt.-in Bar-B.Q. ThisIs NO CASH NEEDED .

Or 384-7592 Mr. Larsen or Mr. Kellum buyers closing costs. Move In now an outstanding buy for only $31,000. 1971 Ford Torino. 2DR., HT, AC, $1050.TWO HOLIDAY NO-NOS:

while loan is being processed. ACREAGE or low mo. pym 388.6"22.. (I II(dangerous toys and decorations and
16 FT. LARSON BOAT
YOUR GIFT FROM SANTA Over acres located lust off 103rd. St. ((2)) careless dritlng.ttwxwtfftm .
55h.p. Chrysler Engine,' trailer, gas Ring In the New Year & own this cute close In to town. Lg. mobile home w-
tanks & all accessories $600. Ph. 778- 3BR. Home, nice completely fncd. yd. lovely fam. rm. THIS IS A REAL : =*,,*,,*'> '

7261. for the kids, & summertime fun BUY. Call today for an appointment. |
already there with the above ground f K-V
CLAY COUNTY HOME
A.K.C. APRICOT TOY POODLE
4 yrs. old, good stud & family pet, 771- pool. Range & refrlg., drapes, VA. Lovely BR., 1 BA. Home located closeIn 1 1 12 CLOSED 11111i ;

3253. TOWERING TREES to Orange Park. 2.2 beautiful acres :1
;
Lovely 3BR. Home, sunken fame rm., with lots of trees. LR features 11i MONTHWARRANTY SUNDAYS :

10FT. ALUMINUM JOHN BOAT with a real fireplace covering one fireplace, sep. DR & eat.In kit. All of :::: :::
$.$ h.p. Outboard, runs good wall. IV* car garage, w-workshop for this for only $33,500. :::: :::: ..;

7713253f Dad & extra Ig. covered patio for ORANGE PARK

entertaining. Also 18X21 Concrete Spanish decor brings out the beauty of I I

I ., : ESTATE,;'S& Patio. WW carpet, fncd. yd., Only this gracious 3BR., 2BA. home locatedon
$29,900. VA. a Ig. lot tropical landscaping.
1
FOSHEE REALTY TWO FLORIDA ROOMS Sunken LR, formal DR. Eat-In kit., .; WESTSIDE PARK ;

Immediate cash for your equity, none 3BR., 2BA. Home, w-1747 sq. ft. of dbl. car garage, CH&A, Only a few of ::: 387.1127 WORANGE :::
too large or too small. heated living space plus 2 car garage, the many features of this lovely home. *

3H-1S81 Broker 2 util. rms., 2 Fla. rms., CH&A, WW No money down with VA terms. .:.: NEARLY NEW WITH A VIEWf HOUSE ACREAGE ::::

carpet, BIRO, ref rig., fully fncd. HIDDEN WATERS ft:!: Picture perfect three bedroom, If you need lots of room, this Is for ::

SHRUM REAL ESTATE corner lot, underground sprinkler Lg. mobile home with extra 12X30 *: two bath home with a family room. you. Over 2 Acres of high & dry :.:

5231 Tlmuquana Rd. system & much, much more. Less fame rm., all custom built and quite :8::.: This home Is nearly new and It, land In the country. Fenced, nice ::::;

PcaJtor.M.L.S 771 6289 than$4,000. equity & assume 8 pct. VA beautiful. This extra Ig. lot backs up to ::::::: shows by Its fresh and sparkling shade trees, good water. 3BR, 2BA :::

Loan. a semi private lake. All this combined :X: appearance. Central heat and air Peachtree double wide Mobile ::
Realtor SHIPMATES CALL JOE ROPIAK COZY FIREPLACE makes a lovely home for anyone. Call :Xand a terrific view completes Home with house type siding & :::::

Associate with Blanding- Outdoor patio & BBQ Pit, new today for an appointment. pi great Christmas package. $6500 Shingleroof. Completelycarpeted' .;

8036.Agency Inc. Realtor-M.L.S. Bus. 771- remodeled kit., 3BR., 2BA., fame rm., ALMOST NEW-.. ;{::: equity subject to the existing large family room, formal dining }

WW Cpts., & a beautifully landscapedyd. And a real bargain. This 3BR., 2BA. :.: .mortgage. BPP Call 3871127. room & eat In kitchen. Check this :a

FOR SALE BYOWNER5BR. $32,500. All Terms. home Is only ten months old & Is a ':$i: TOTS AND TEENS Now. Good financing. $19,000. Call ',

.. 3BA., family home 3 yrs. old KING SIZED BEDROOMSLg. good equity buy. Assume this VA loan ;:: as well as mom and dad will love 2641222. .:V

2350 sq. ft. living area $56.000. Contact Home w.2BA., features like new with a small down payment and moveIn f::a this attractive ranch style home {fi

Bob Jackson 284 5364. __ range, refrig. carpet, drapes & eat.In to this'! very lovely home with nice X; set on nearly an acre of land. The QUITE NEIGHBORHOOD :1

"IHERMENFor kit., plus sep. DR., Central heat, den & all equipt. kit. w-brkfst bar :::$ whole family will love the pool and A good place to live & a very nice 4

$51 mo. can purchase a 25500. All Terms. Don't miss this one. :::: patio and It's close to shopping and home to raise your' family. 3BR i
you INSIDE CITY LIMITS 2BA with extra large /living area. :.
SELLERS PAY CLOSING COSTS
beautiful to :*:; schools. Four spacious bedrooms
Crescent treed Lake lot has with septic access tank, Move Into this lovely 3BR., IVjBA. 20 acres all or part, high & dry, with ::::: and three baths add even more Nice carpets & drapes, large enclosed ::f fr

flowing well & culvert. 90 mlns from Rancher, W-WW Cpt., CH&A,. fame beautiful trees. {{? appeal. A large family room, eat- patio off family room, two ::..ti
& fenced with lots of
Jax to Crescent Lake the heart of the rm., fncd. yd., $27,000. All Terms. X In kitchen, and two car garage and car garage ::
FOSHEE REALTY trees. $38,500. All terms. BPP. Call :
KITCHEN DELIGHTLg. ft! y
Bass Capitol Tele: 904.649-4556 after 6 :: lots more. Gather up the kiddies
'
p.m. kit., w.lots of cabinets & counter 388-1581" Broker g: and come see. BPP. Call 387.1127i: 2641222'WON'T

space, 3BR's, IVjBA., fncd. yd., BY OWNER :::: LAST LONG ::

NORMANDY VILLAGEFor $23,500. VA.JACK 3BR., 2BA. tri.level home LR., DR., :S THE BEST CHRISTMAS .'' You should see this home before ::$

a good buy In this Conv. area call V. FOREHAND, CORP. Eat.In kit., 17X21 Den, WW carpet, |*|j Buy this low equity for $3200 and you buy because of low equity & ::

our office & let us show you this lovely Rea Itor-M.L.S. 771-8866 drapes, 90X245 lot, well rump. Immediate :::; give your family the best Interest. Home features 3BR, 2BA, ..;:::

wa newly decorated fame rm. & LR. LOCATED ON STREET occupancy. $4000.dp., 7'12 ::$:: Christmas present they ever had.. equipped eat In kitchen family ::
Other features Include a 4th BR., or Between Cecil Field NAS pet., Holly Oaks, 2037 Sunset River ;;::: You're giving them three room with bar, fenced, ;.;.:

hobby rm., equip: kit., fen. yd., & Dr., 641-7044 after 5 p.m."GETTING .::: bedrooms, two baths and a family' professional landscaped lawn, ::1::
more. Call & make this $2500 A ASSUME MORTGAGEOn ft* room. In the same package
us now your :: they located In city for only $45,000.
this extra nice home. 3BR., 2BA., OUT"
home for the NewYear, :X are receiving a masonry conMany more amenities.: Call 264- :::
OF THE BIG CITY MADNESS
HEY NAVYt corner lot. Fenced backyard, :: structed home that Is centrally 1222. BPP :::
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VA Do want a quiet area with wooded :
you
qualified veteran can use '
You ought to see this 3BR.. 2BA. Brick .;:: heated for their pleasure and MINI FARM :;
suitable for houses :
In Immediately. country acreage or
& move
Home. Its beautifully landscaped, Call eligibility to see 5746 Flat Lane In Oak Hill mobile homes? Terms. Shirley Peavy, 'x:::: comforf. If Is a present that they New home set on |lust over two ::::
has 18X31 lam. rm. CH&A, privacy Owner. 904 437.3638 Evenings. WI he ,:%' ,will remember for the rest of their acres of fenced land. 3BR, .1'aBAare :;
fence & dbl. NAS & Park $ lives, $26,500. BPP. Call 387-1127,
garage. Conv. to Pick own colors
SHRUM REAl ESTATERealtorM.L.S. care of. P.O. Box. 575, Bunnell, Fla. ::1:1: featured. your :
Cecil & available VA Terms. Just 771-6289 32010. ____ in tile & ca pets. BPP. '
:::: ;:
$44,900. See It today : REPUCEDI :;
THROW OUT THE ASPIRIN! I RENTALSOAK J ':::: Three bedrooms, one bath clean \ kk.\ :::: ..
UNUSUAL NEW COMTEMPORARYSan ::: home waiting for and t :
No more headaches over housing |lust : you yourfamily fa ::{
call & let us tell about a great buy Jose, 1 Mi N. 1295, 4BR., 21BA., HILL :::; Instant move.in I You can 0 i ::::
you 2
on a home. 2450 sq. ft. Cathedral Clgs. Huge 3BR., 2BA., sep. DR.? CH&A, kit. $}|: even move ,in before Christmas. '=- ::::
2BR., Stove, ref., 2 AC'S, ... -
Cpt. drapes, fen bkyd.,.all for only sided fireplace 3 pr. Patio Doors, f equipt! fncd. bk yd.. WW Cpt., lust :::: Call now for an appointment,' e C ::;:
*19SOOVA& FHA. wood decks Eat in Kit., BIRO Den, painted Inside & out.FOSHEEREALTY. :::: $19,000. BPP. Calf 387.1127. A'("rl"- ::'

DAN JONES ASSOC. Laundry Rm.,1' a car or, garage.268 0281 Corner Broker ;i;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::$:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;::::::::::::::::!rDECEMBER
2317 $67,000. Ph. 737.3562 388-1581
Blinding Blvd. 389-8807







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nS For Sale-Large 4BR 2B.th, all For Sale: Bradford washing machineand
BRICK HOME fenced back' yard dryer excellent for apartmentuse

r----------------------------------, landscaped 2 car garage, has, as It has hook-up for kitchen sink
nicely
.
i .h'Si wrKaMaMhb@O: I:A" a"k2Y" ):Y;--.224Yaft:Ct02itiwe. a:44c! ?
1 n. 7Pct MTG 264.0996 $125. Ph. 772.0803 .
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I THE FLEET MARKET ((2)) 32 MM Side Draft Weber Carbs 1966 PLY FURY 'i III8 cyl. Good
,
best' super street or semi-race four !running condition one owner 8,700
cyl minor sport car $55 takes both miles $395. 264-9369 after 5 p.m.
1 1 ..............
,aa'v..w..w.ava. w..h,xq .: \: ::,,kM .,.'., ....... .,,, ,., ,: 772.9586
: < sxaa Pont.
4' Bird
1 Cyra <2aau.:: <";a.a .uyr.aa A FREE Personal Want Ad Service for Military and, Civilian Employees of.NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field 1 owner; loaded blue) book $2350. Best
PCS 3bedroom hose. for tale, Orange offer $1800. CallManny ext. 2987 ((771-

FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM Park 2 bath, BIRO dishwasher, 6028)) .......'.........
CH&A Family room Den eat In kit.
$120 extremely nice
Share expenses
will be published no more than three(3)( ) Times. 1 chen Sm Equity. Call 264.8905 3br, W-W carpet central heat & Air,
..
NOTEAds .............
1 Ad to 20 words or less. 1i FREE One male brown part Wei- Furnished touring lavish lev. bike For sale$65.00 22'

., maraner dog 781-7841 Raleigh
: ........-... lawa mower ...-lit........of....
"J a 1 FREE stray female' Kitten needs
BOAT SALE 16ft 5 In fIbreglass
'11'1'I" FOR
black and white
1 good home. She's
cutter Johnson 75 hp engine with
about 2 mos. old. She's a lover. Phone ;
1 trailer. $650. Great Bargain. Phone
772-7435
:' : 772-3385 ......_.......

1970 Mazda Station Wagon 1200 cc 1972 CAMARO Deluxe Int PS, AT
'
I. ; TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW. 1 4cyl engine needs rings as Is $450. New Exh. Syst, Shocks, Brakes Ex.

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER 'IN YOUR AD. Call 781-2119 after 5 p.m. cellent Condition Call 786.9054

I Ii .....-
1 Aviation Greens size 42, short 34" For Sate: ((4)) 70 series 13" Steel Belted
waist. Very good condition $40. Call Radial Tire. Will pass state Inspection -
Name Office or activity to which assigned 781.2119 after 5 p.m. cheap 772.9586

...........
I V. I. 1972 Triumph SOOcc Daytona 1,100
Antique Table.: EMPIRE STYLE.
1 Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. t' Signature 1 miles. Good condition $850. 751.0699 Round 56 Inch. 4 leaves extend to 100
.. .
1 Inch. Seats 12. After 6 PH 724-1782
If' 1.Advertising will be accepted only from active and his signature grade or rank.rate, office or
military or civilian employee personnel assigned toMAS activity to which he Is assigned and office telephone.This 1
Jacksonville or NAS Cecil FielcT.2.Free information is for authentication only and your 1 1973 HONDA 175 as Is $250. Call 786- 1963 VW Rebuilt engine, new front
worded 4151 after 5 p.m., tires nice paint |lob $250 or
ad should be Independently of this In. end good
.. .. .
1 ,..... .. .
advertising In the "FLEET MARKET"will formation. Forms must be clearly typed or printed. will consider best offer 282-5134
1 be limited to Offers to sell rent 1971 TOYOTA COROLLA 1200 4 std,
: buy or housing NO machine reproductions will be accepted. 1 -
for personal I use as a residence these ads will be white good condition, must sell $1095. PCS 3 BR 2BA CH&A, All BRICK

0 accepted only If the words "PCS" (for military), or S.Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In I Call 771-8320 or 772.8647 HOME, across from NAS $31,000

1 "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the the following edition.. Is MONDAY NOON. Ads PCS For Sale: 74 Young American Many extras 771-3211 541 after 5 388-
Jacksonville area) are Included In the wording of the arriving after that date or ads held out because of 8502
MOBILE HOME Completely fur.
ad. Offers to buy or sell personal property; offers of space limitations will be placed In. the following 1 ,
nlshed take over pymts $106.55, CallA '
1 or requests for rides to and from work an. week's edition. Ads will be run only one time unless Large Walnut STEREO CABINET,
Z3 3055 771-7522
Burgener days
1 nouncements of educational courses offered by non. submitted as prescribed above. matching enclosures. 12" speakers,
profit organizations or government agencies. Ads evenings sell together or' separately, see and

1 for pets will be carried only when accompanied by 6.No phone calls will be accepted regarding make offer 244-4117
the word "Free". "FLEET MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR PCS 65 MUSTANG fastback 289 good ..........
rubber and engine, $300 or best offer.
NEWS and AiRWINGER' offices cannot provide RCA Hi Fl) CONSOLE) $50 Kodak
I 3.All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers.7.AII 1 Twin size box springs & mattress $20 CAMERA with flash attachment $10
778-0051
1 "FLEET MARKET" ad form which will be printed Solid Maple Dbl Bed $30 Draft Set-

In each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhandwill ads must be limited to 20 words each. No 2' New $10 724.7564
1 be rejected. more than two(2)( ) /ads per week per person will be For Rent Bedroom DUPLEX .....-
Furnished, fenced yard Kids and pets
1 accepted. OK For Sale 1973 Pinto 2000cc, Std AMBtr. .
4.Complete ad forms must be mailed "FLEET 1 $160 mo, call 282.1381 PCS condition. Call
low mileage, good
MARKET" Editor, CO JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1 1. 8.Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a i
2516 or 781.5370 ask for Larry
For Sale 1966 PONTIAC CATALINA/
1 NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville Florida 32212. business, or which do not meet the above .......-.....
These forms must provide all Information requirements, will be rejected. The publisher 1 Excellent condition PSPBACAT,
1 requested, le: Full name of person submitting ad reserves the right to omit any or all ads. 1 must, to appreciate, Best offer 264- 1965 COMET V8AT, PS.PB, radio
7705 heater needs minor work, body In good
L-
), ast sea s ess_-_.- ata__-_- -_.------ -- -- -- ---.aeass, ,.-..... .-..--------- condition $350 firm 1008 Park Ave
MATTRESS and BOX SPRINGS full No. 10 Orange Park
4
White SEWING MACHINE for sale Headphones, brand new call PhillipsAT PCS 1972 MUSTANG 6cyl, AT, i.C. size firm: made by Malone, $68 269- -
with buttonhole attachment In X2533.2534 2,700 miles, hundreds below book 1570 evenings Loving care given your child In my

carrying case excellent condition $30 .......-. value, will sacrifice Call Mac at CecilX ..,.- home experienced reasonable rates
388.1630 PCS Lakeside Estates 4bdr. BRICK 277, 348 AWH 772.9336 For Sale: 16 cu.ft. Phllco No Frost call 771-2827

.....
REFRIGERATOR baby crib vacuum
DR -
HOME 2 bath fireplace den, ,
1961 Homemade TRAVEL TRAILER study eat-In kitchen self-cleaning PCS TENT CAMPER for sale, lots of cleaner, and misc. Items All In excellent For Sale Berkley Cherrywood FLY

6x9 stove bed carpeting! good BIRO covered patio fence crpts, canvas and room for six, stores on cond. Call.3127 or 384.1374 ROD 8'6" Ted Williams Fly Reel &
condition $275 Call 772.2251 CHB.A, other extras $48,500 By utility trailer call Mac X277-34B or Line, Never used $30 Cecil X8265
OWNER 264.2904 AWH 772.9336 WASHER, $175 Dryer $125 or $275 for

1975 SUZUKI TM 250 DIRT BIKE ..... both; Lawn Mower $25, Sewing HOME BEER DISPENSER,
Excellent cord $700 Ph 733.1156 SellCOUCH with. Bolsters $15 call 1972 CAMARO Deluxe Int, PS, AT, Machine! Table $10; 21.0 CF Refrlg- Automatic, holds IS'/i Gal Keg. Good
387-2250 New Exh syst, shocks brakes excellent Freezer $350 264.3033 after 5 p.m. condition call 264.5723

condition call 7869054 ,.........
.j SKI BOAT 16' Rayscncraft, 1974 135
Johnson W-T 8. T, 45mpg plus call 786- 1969 FORD LTD Station Wagon 12 piece corner group ... 2 mattresses
i Two HONDA XR-7S's 3 months old Excellent condition AC PS, PB. New
8199 or 771.8075 Drawers Furn) w.. w-upholstered 2
Must CHEST OF (Baby covers upholstered
Sell $380 Call 264.9698 tires, brakes shocks $875 268-9678
.......... .......... clothes Rack $40 OFFICE DESK foundations 3 wedge bolsters w
PIONEER SYSTEM. SA-9100 AMP, Wood modern like new $50 CAR 12'x65; Tall Oaks 2BR 1 BTH Extras upholstered covers 40"sq. formica top
TX-V100 Tuner, CTF 7171 Cass. Deck HOBBY HORSE large excellent PET-Approx 12'x18"' Beige extra nice equity and assume payments 269-0367 table excellent condition $160. 771.
R700 SPkr, Dual 1229Q Sel-40, condition $15, phone 264.9235 after 6pm $.5 388.3013 1416 after 5 P.m.Continued.
( on page 17))

1970 MGB Excellent condition PCS TENT CAMPER for Sale lots of

Rebuilt engine new clutch, tires For Sale KING SIZE WATERBEDand Canvas and Room for sale stores on
20 ACRES OF brakes many extras. $1800 firm. Ext. frame no leaks will accept utility trailer call. Mac X277-348 or

HOMES!! 3263 days. reasonable offer, call 264.9877. after AWH 772.9336
MOBILE ................... 6:00:
BANK REPOS FREE PUPPIES mixed breed can
FINANCING AVAILABLE leave mother Christmas eve medium .......... Four Gas space heaters for propane
tubing available with heater iAJ
268-0177 or 268-6746 size when ground. Call 384-5800 Sears 10 speed. needs rear tire $40 copper .
Ltg| Fauck Cecil 628 Home 282-4474 786-4151 after ?5 p.m.
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THE FA TE T MOST EXCITING GR.THOJ NDj .."


WIVES.
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COME BACK

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TO NURSING !

Your free time can be turned Into

cash by part time and full-time

nursing ..In hospitals nursing
homes and private homes All

1 1k s ',j types of duty available.. We

understand Navy family's needs.t
Top pay. Work when you want.
You select your own schedule

weekly. Many extra benefits. No
fee to register.

RN's& LPN'S NEEDED

CALL'356-583 J TODAY
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@; @@ MiiM FOR SALE: New Canon FTB 135mm
MMt.MiJ. Camera with 1.4 lent carrying case, Have Good
I trlpler, and 3 filters. $250. call 783.2493 a Time .'" ./,

FLEET MARKET .. .
For Sale: 8N Ford Tractor with Disc.
Plow Tractor In good condition;$1200.
-Hma>BBHHnBBnnMBB r Call Ext. 2885 ask for RALPH 0730 til

Yamaha 1974 RD350A street bike only 1600
CALCULATOR Olivetti, prints tape 1250 miles, absolutely Immaculate
multiplies adds subtracts, ex. cond.: condition, accessories Included. $775 15" SONY Portable TV, color, like
$75 264.8791 after 5 p.m. firm call after 5 778.7576 new,$175.00 27" man's 10 speed bike,
.............. ................ $65 Call Cecil ext. 106, 105 after 6 p.m.

Wanted Now one pair high back oven.For Sale 2 : Norge 4 eng self cleaning 387.1560 .............,.. .
bucket Seats any color except red or years old$100.Sears AC,11,000
BTU, 12 For Sale: 8,000 BTU Bradford Air
blue 269-1065 NAS 3552. amp 115v. $75 Call 781 7391
.-.......- Conditioner$75. Siltronix 1011 B, Swan
73' SAKI, 900, custom paint 1180, FREE 2 cute puppies need a good 1200W Linear CLR.I Ground Plane
bore, racing brake and shift lever home Weaned, 10 wks old. Call 77J Antenna with 150ft Coays. Ideal CB
Base station LSB, USB and AM. Call 'tiny
extended sling, low mileage, street 1196 after 10 a.m.
................ anytime 264.159U
legal. 768 7120: ................
............... Aviation Greens, worn one winter,
1974 Honda CB 360, 04.600 miles w.sissy size 50 long, $25.00, golf shoes size 12 Datsun 610 Wagon, 4spd, air, AM.
FM 15.700 miles excellent condition
$5. Call 26046289Normandy
and backrest. Excellent condition.
bar $3195 PH.771-321 ext.8137 Day or 786-
Good buy $700. Ext. 2926 or 786.5090ask 6669 nights
for Ed.Economical. area Babysitting In my .
............... home Fenced '
yard Infant to 4 years 7 PCS for sale 4.ijr 2 bath ell brick home,
1972 PINTO SQUIRE a.m. to 5 p.m. 7033 Rollo Rd. 7817651 2 car garage, breakfast room, nicely

station wagon auto transmission, air landscaped $46,500 or .assume 7 per
,dlac.brakes,tinted glass, 25" B&W Zenith Console TV excellent
conditioned cent MTG Ext. 2111
.........
condition $75002646374 ..... .
low mileage etc. exc. condo PH 264
2973 FOR SALE 1973 Ply. Station WagonPS
.......-... 1972 HONDA CB 175 1,000 ml excellent PB, AC, Radio Good and clean
For Sale 53 Chevy V* ton truck 6 cyl condition elect start, new $2195 Call Jerry Parks 772.9683 or 772
stick Current Inspection sticker hooker header muffler, new battery 3569 (Continued on page 18)) ;,
excellent condition$700. Call 771-5122, $300. Ph. 7715865
0800.1800 I c .
,.......--. MGB 5 Main bearing transmission In ... -
For Sale 69 Buick Riviera RS Loaded excellent condition.Call Jo Ann Henry LAST MINUTE CHRISTMASSNORtS
$900. Call 771.5122 between 0800.1800 772.3261 or 282.4986 after 5:30:

Mustang windshields, windows, One large gold couch with chair
fender, grill etc. 20" front bicycle coffee table and end tables. Maternity .
wheels Youth golf clubs Schwinn 5 clothesslze 8.11 like new 'Ph. 781.1225Topper
speed boys 20" bike. Ph. 384-7809
......"...... for LWB Pickup 30 high
73 GREMLIN X, SILVER, V-8, AC, door-ln.a.door made by Monterey. :
AT Power Steering 50000 miles. Like new $275 7868164
.
$1,800. 772.2516 or ex. 3851 Sue Huff Shasta Travel Trailer.. Sleeps 4. air GIVE THE GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING !

ARMINUS "38" Revolver 7l'/ barrel. cond., toilet $850 786 8164

ventilated rib also reloading kit &450

2534 brass casings.. Western Holster. Call' Moving plus additional Sewing storage machine cabinet in cabinet, Zig- All Brand Names: SINGER, WHITE, NEECHI, DRESSMAKER, UNIVERSAL, .

zag stretch stitch, buttonhole plus
decorative stitches Used 2
2GR70x1S.and LR70xl5 numerous
For Sale
steel radial tires. Used 500 miles $150. mo., perfect condition.. 772.7245 SALE PRICE
Ritzmann 772.2322 after 5 1976 DRESSMAKER
..........- For Sale: Twin Beds frame, box

PCS for rent or sale 12x60 mobile springs 771.3211 and X260 mattress Cecil like new, $70 In carton, full size, round bobbin, buttonholes,
home furnished unfurnished. 2br l'/i
bath, washer.dryer, AC Shaded lot 115HP.Evinrude blind hems, built In triple lock stretch stitch, $99
Gal Gator
6539 convenient to NAS Jax & Cecil, 771 18'Tilt VBR Trailer, Depth finder compass,, 20 fancy patterns automatic |LIST PRICE $299

tach, 25 gal built in fuel tank, many
AT.2 Coval VA174 250
Contact
extras.
For Sale 71 Brown Chev Impala 350 --

engine good cond.,new tires air condo night. 7860455.............. 1976 SEWING MACHINE .

AM Radio $700.00 Ext. 476 1970 Chevy Impala 350.V8, AT PS, in bobbin
3 needle positions, exclusive drop
$
PB,AC, R&H.Contact AT 2 Coval VA. 8 8'zlg
Power Wagon 4x4
Wanted 1974 Dodge
.
rear Axle or parts. 3.55 gear radio 174.Framp Ex. 250, 1043. Night & W E zagbuttonholes, fancy patterns
786 0455
need bad. 264.9779 LIST PRICE $299.
............. ..
1972 HONDA 600 Sedan 35,000 miles,'4

speed p.m. 35 MPG $900 269.0973 after 5 new SINGER TOUCH & SEWwinds

..............
74' 15ft. Trl':Hull Caccl Craft 55 HP bobbin inside, machine buttonholes,

CHR ENG'50 hours on motor gator. zlgs zags with optional attachmentsLIST $ 69
trailer.$1600. Ken Hesrett work VS 31 r
Elec shop Home 264-7941 PRICE 199.
-.......-. -
J.C. Penny Rote.Tiller 8 horsepower
Briggs Stratton Engine four forward FARMS & ACREAGEIN
LITTON MICRO-WAVE OVENMinute
gears and reverse. Used one garden 1975
,season $200. 384.3063 NORTH FLORIDA!

Master Save Electricity & money
15" Bicycle ,Pneumatic tlres.coaster CLYDE W. SIMPSON & CO. ,

brake, basket training wheels, 1119 Barnett Bank Bldg. $1 7 5
,
LIST PRICE $299
European built .Ilk* new. cost $55.00. Jacksonville, Fla 32202
Sell for $25.00 call 264-8965
Realtor 356.6849(24( hr.)

1975 KAWASAKI 100CC Street.dirt 65
MPG, Good $500. 2
transportation
tables X 3592., 2 lamps $60. '76 UNIVERSAL SEWING MACHINENew

..,............. '
in carton, Zig Zagx buttonholes, blind
$
hems 7 9
LIST PRICE $239


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Apartments LIMITED, SWMIIf ON SOME
BOATS ,:
.Pool Patios e Balconies '.
SERVICE AND
WTW Carpet Drapes MODUS-
t Heat&Air
BOATS Central
'EON/TO Modern Kitchen Room Appliances .. NMINSTRYCTIONS ON ALL SALM.Wf .

A Laundry .' 0O ACCEPT ,TIIADIf.c .

BASS BOATS 1 BR FURNISHED : .
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$126 up --, J Opon dolly 10wMfMi"Sot
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I !ftmj; jjj@@ j t j jjfm j j jtlmmmm; mmtm mljjjutllmjjj1; ;; ili ttm1mmmmm m jt jmmlji tiji fj i ijij i j 111 CPD offers its help I

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i. FLEET MARKET The Employment Division of Staffing BranchDorothy
.. .J the Civilian Personnel Depart- Decuers, Ralph Story, Rose
-- ment is anxious to answer Zeilman, extension 23203449.
For Salt 1973 Ply Station Wagon PS, 69 Corvette 427-435 H.P. .4 speed, For Sale; 1969 Chevy Window Van 213c.l. questions, counsel l and perform Betty Beckwith, Bruce Wiggins,
.
PB, AC, Radio. Good and clean 2195 Hooker headders edelbrock, G.M. 350 turbohydromatlc tran. 5320-3448.
services for employees con- Bob Hall, Diane Perry,
Call 772 9683 or 772 3564 Jerry Parks. Transistor Ignition $2,300 or will ac. smission. $700. 269.1062
.-............ cept best offer. Call Cecil Ext. 648 ............... cerning various actions affecting Personnel Actions Branch, for
; For Sale mess 26 Inch bycycle. 10 personnel, i.e., insurance, Inquiries into health or life
radial
like
69 Chevy Impala new ,
1 ,
For Sale Child's wardrobe chest $45 speed $35 00 Mini-Bike Sh.p. 200cc
tires, air cond., heater and radio, retirement, etc. However, the Insurance, retirements, and
$95. Ph. 264.6289
engine runs greatl
(white) Carpet like new-beige $45. .... ........... workload is such that other actions
phone 778.3808 current personnel extensions
office desk $50. PH; 388 8013
................. Modern
............... VRUSH SIDEPIPES 69" plus employees must make ap- 2407 for NARF personnelor
GE Refrigerator with big freezer '72 Datsun 240Z. Peco exhaust system. mounting. brackets new In box $100. pointments with their ap- 2951.2953 for other activities.

compartment cylinder engine$75.$200.1972 under Chev.blue Van book, S lights Custom, had paint.light covers.Spoker Ansen fog.driving Slotted t Call 781 4557 after.........5...p.m.... propriate Personnel Clerks or
wheels $4200, 389.5905 1974 Vega Station Wgn. 230cc engine,4 Specialists in order that the most
384-4234,>\ ............... ................. speed, special handling pkg, radio, expeditious service to all em- Free VFW
Sell space heater 2 years old.. : 74,000 Baby Bed, baby car bed, and .high tinted glass& luggage rack,2249.778 ployees may be provided
BTU with blower. $90.00 725 3549 chair excellent condition call 388 0311 ............. Therefore, it will be necessaryfor New Year'sDance
4184Time all to call to makean
1 For Sale" Stroller like new $20.00* Car Estey Double Key Board Chord Organ employees
bed $10. Phone 783.2696 plus bench and music; new $250 sell appointment with the proper
$85. Utility trailer made from truck Employment Division staff
I 1970 C.10 Chev Truck Shell Camper bed $45. Needs work. 771-6732
Trailer Hitch 1970 Pontiac Lemans .....,......... to registerJaxRegistration member and check out with their
to to the VFW Post 1689 is having a New
I Red AC PS, PB both excellent con. For Sale Four piece bedroom set. supervisor prior going
I ditlon. Call 771.0466 Early American. Queen size bed, : for the next Civilian Personnel Department.By Year's Eve. Party and Dance
dresser bureau, and bed size table. semester of classes at Florida so doing all employees will from 8 p.m. till Tat 824 Gulflife
i
I' 21' Sloop Aquarius i .21, trailer, out. $100 HN.Lawie 2422 Junior College (Home receive better service with less Drive. Admission is free and all
,
board extras,388.7809 excellent. condition many 71 Duster 340, Economics) will be held from waiting and less time away from servicemen, especially Vietnam
Plymouth AC Radio
I ............... automatic white, green top, good 10:00: a.m. to 8:00: p.m., Jan. 6 and their work areas. Your Vets, are invited. Post 1869 also
I r 1970 Javelin,6 cyl,AM Radio, PS, P B, condition take over payments. Call 8,1976, in Bldg 44 (Kent Center) cooperation is requested. sponsors free weekly dances
AC & Mag wheels, 72,000 miles. Call 294, 295AMS2 Bishop. Cecil on the FJU campus. Telephone numbers for the every Friday and Saturday at 8
\ 786.6268. Students must have their social various divisions are given p.m. Call 398-9208 for further
71 EL CAMINO, 4sp, buckets, MAGS number .
: PCS 1974 Harley Davidson Sportser security in order to below: Employment Division information.
,
new wide tires radio, heater air.
.
Only 4000 miles Electric Starter. Must register. Call 387-8255 for more
$1895. PH. 771.3727 For. Info. :*.
sell 771.0728 .............. ............... ,. details.

I Sign in a county Ciquoi Atote .

: ; Since you cannot refrain from drinking why not start a
:
l: saloon in your own home? Be the only customer and you will
M1! STEAKS & SEAFOOD not have to buy a license. Give your wife $55 to buy a case

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VP-30"0"No.1 THE ERMIES 35 37
394 324 BASKETBALLAMERICAN PING PONGW NARJAX 10 2
NAMTD((3032)) 31 37 CPO'S '34 38 SUPPLY 10 4

MAD FOXES Nol 28 43 GAFFERS 33 33 L MARTD 7,9

FASO No.1 27 45 FASO No.2 33 39 W L ''NARJAX ,10, 0 VP-49, 6 ..'" 8
NAMTD((1011)) 27 45 VP-30 No.6 32 36 NDRC 5 0 VP- ail, 8 2 VP-24 5. ''7

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I lax Swim Team hosts 2nd meetThe %.illimi1W\fti0t.il@Mt, \ :
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Navy JAX Swim 50 breast stroke. Other Navy Jax is actively BOWLINGThe
hosted its second first
Team place winners included recruiting for, more
AAU sanctioned Winter : Greg Emerine, 13- swimmers and this is the Bantam boys were led by Mad Foxes 18 18
Development Swim Meet 14 boys 100 yd. breaststroke best time to join up so thata Chris Guest, Mike Dixon, David Rolling Stones 18 18
of the 1975-76 winter and 100 back; swimmer can get in Cannington,Laddie Martinez and High Hopes 15 21
season last Saturday and Robert Anderson in the condition before the spring Michael Messiner while Jill Four Muskateers 15 21
swam away with 52 rib- boys 100 yd breast stroke, and summer competition Nash,Kim Anderson and Carolyn Alley Kats 13 23 26
Pin
honors. Spinners 10
Adkins took the girl
in the 36 event meet. and 100 back Robert
bons ; begin. Navy Jax swims Michael Jarmuzek,' Karen JUNIORS
Twelve teams with 150 Anderson in the boys 1518. year around and is par- Gaither, Ronnie Farinas, Mary L
swimmers throughout 100 breast; Barbie Lagdonin ticularly fortunate in Edwards, Kenny Barber Joe Strikers' W 33 15
Florida,actively competedfor senior girls 100 breast having the best fully en- Englebracht, Frank Horton, Big Four 28 20
250 ribbons in the three stroke, and 200 back; Julie closed'pool in north Karen Mendillo and Kevin Alley Gators '28 20
hour meet held at NavyJax's Claflin in 13-14 girls 100 yd. Florida to practice in. Feerry formances.gave exceptional per- Strikers II 26 22

home pool aboardthe back stroke. Team membership is Steve Edwards, Jeff Ruff, 3J's&aC 26 23 22
Alley Kings 25
Naval Air Station. The team welcomed open to both civilian and Richard Money, William Four Aces 24 24
McGrinn, Bridget Hepner, Sheri
Jackie military dependents from Gutter Dusters 22 26
Summers back Barber, Laura Reynolds, David
crowd of near a 1000 Bowlders 28
The six to eighteen with the 20
after she had been out of age Drake and Carol Edwards were
at one point saw Navy Jax one requirement being the Pin Splitters 20 28
competitive swimming for some" Juniors to turn in good Alley Dusters 21' 29
swimmers bettering their two months with a broken ability to swim and desireto scores. Pin Ball Wizards 17 ,31
times in nearly all events arm. Jackie wasted compete in AAU :.
no BANTAMSW
entered and made the best swimming. Informationabout L
showing thus far in the time and earned a secondin the team can be Gutter Rats 25 11 Red Cross.
the 50 yard breast stroke Pin Action 24 12
winter swim program. for 11.12 girls. obtained from the head Pin Busters 21 15 + The Good
Navy Jax swimmers coach, Dan Nail at 781.5539 Hot Rollers 20 16
ranging in age from 6 to 18 after 7:30: pm Monday Hogan's Heroes .. 19 17 Neighbor.
took 12 first place ribbons, Second place winners through Friday. Hot Shots 18, 18

5 seconds, 14 thirds, 8 included Kathy Summers, r r .
fourths, 7 fifths, 3 sixths, Greg Emerine, Barbie
and 3 sevenths. Lagden, and Karen Gatje. KARATE & KUNG-FU
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Individual winners included Debby Haffke, Tim 3 t a' competent Or.lenta.I'Mast ,"
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butterfly .while Scot Gatjewas the season with three i., .G.RA.N.D. OPENING SPECIAL .1 I

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out-scoring VS-24 seven to four in
SPORTS STANDINGS the two minute margin. Althoughthe
Redtails outscored FASO 24-
20,FASO stayed in the game with 'i' 20
the help of Stecklair, Rolds and
Brown as they each chipped in.five
points apiece. Gilbert kept 24 in M II
the shadows by scoring seven.
The second half started off likea
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ball of fire with VS-24 creeping
up on FASO. After two minutes of
play FASO took the lead with the
Redtails scoring six straight
points leading 4645. VS-24 could
only increase their lead by one
point in the early part at the 3rd
quarter, but when the horn blew
signaling the end of the third
period VS-24 had increased the

l ., lead to five;60-55.. Gilbert was the

work horse in that quarter The winning team, from left to right, Whitaker, Johnson, Saunders,
scoring 12 points while Johnson Hervey, Gilbert,Titus, Trayler, and Boland. Picture taken byi' PHAN
chipped in eight.At Leatherberry.. _
the start of the final quarter VS-24 ,
.i FASO looked like they were goingto At the start of overtime, I
Reynolds fouled out and it lookedas Gilbert 25
take the lead again. After three
minutes of play FASO had creptup if FASO ,was through, as Traylor : 12

{ -. The Redtails of VS-24 won the scored by himself almost as to within one point, 68-67. The Reynolds was their leader, Boland Saunders '?",: ,.. .17
first half of the basketball season many points as the Redtails Redtails then took the marginby averaging 35.6 points per game. 6
.. by defeating FASO 94-92 in combined. Boland and Gilbert four, 81.77, with one and a half VS-24 then took the lead with two Titus Johnson 'i' i overtime. This game was one of each collected 4 apiece in that minutes I left in the game.Two shots from the foul line. Roberts FASO 18
the best played here at Cecil. period. more seconds passed and FASO from FASO scored one from the Stecklair ,
Here's how it went. With the second quarter tied the game 81-81 on free throws line, then Johnson pumped in two 7
Although the Redtails took the starting, FASO scored two pointsto by Brown and Roberts. Johnson with Brown coming with the final Roberts 15
tip in the beginning it was not to increase the margin to nine. made two free throws for 24 and two points for FASO. Saunders Petty 2
be .their quarter. After five The Redtails came back with 10 tied it up again after Reynoldshad then scored a free-bee and ended Reynolds 25
,minutes of play FASO lead by points compared to three FASO chipped in two. Brown then the scoring, with four seconds to Brown Harris 33
one, 11-10. FASO then went on a scored VS-24 closed the marginto put FASO ahead by two with 58 go. Here's how everyone scored Marsh 6
shooting spree with six straight one after Titus scored with a seconds. But then Gilbert from 24 in the game. 4
? points, to make a 19-12 margin at, jumpshot from the corner. \sent the game Into overtime as he
the end of the quarter. FASO was Saunders from the Redtails then scored with 22 seconds left in the ,r e
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I r. FAIRWAY...--- -FOOTNOTES--- Celtics take Nicks, 39-34,


low net for this week was Ginny to capture playoff
Hanley with 72.
It's really hard to think about ;T. : TiIii ,
Playing golf at this time of year _
let alone practicing. My tip this '
week requires some practice
however, as most tips do.
This is a tip which can save you
many shots so you might want to
try it. When you have a lie up
against a tree and you cannot
take a normal, right handed
swing at it, hit it left handed!
Sounds easy doesn't it?

by Ruth Meaders What I am talking about is a
We played the "shortest nine" really tight lie where you can't
today. That means only the nine .take a swing of any magnitude at I 1
shortest holes out of the 18 ac- all. What I do is take my putter
tually counted. and swing it left handed, hitting
First flightWinnerRuth the ball with the back of the
Bolin 30Vi putter. You Just reverse
Shirley Lacton 32V4 everything.The .
Claire Grosskopf 36V4 grip, weight distribution, ......
Second flight etc,and what I do is swing very
Winner-Julie Uittl 30, easy. If you try to hit it hard, you
Weir 31V4 may very well whiff it.
Doris Calais '' 32 Now I don't hit this shot 200
Third flight yards. I only expect to get it out
Laurie Klein 29 into playing position again so Happy) team members of the Celtic shown with their championship trophy art(L to R) Robert
Lea Balbach 33 don't try to gain any distance to Flick, Randy Poss, Ed Johnson and Stan Howard. -
Eva Phillips 33 speak of. If your putter isn't During ''the DependentCenter's Celtics to keep his team on managed to score another
Fourth flight made so that you can hit with the
fall basketballseason top. B. Billing for the five points ending the
Ginny Hanley 31 back of it, perhaps you could use
Olga Gearin 33 the back of the 3 iron. If you can playoff the Celtics Celtics scored 18 points at game. The Celtics finish
Hogrefe, 364 use the putter at all, I would defeated the Nicks for the the end of, the fourtliquarter their season with an 11 win
Julie Uitti and Lea Balbach recommend it. Adios. See you all championship.J.D. to tie the game at 4 loss record. The Nicks,
chipped in and the winner of the on the practice tee. Cochran, high point who placed second, end

I FRA to hold turkey shootThe man for the Nicks, scored 34.With the game' now in their season with 11 wins
14 points against the overtime the Celtics and 4 losses.

Fleet Reserve AssociationInc. cannot shoot, you are still
., of West Jacksonville, welcome, so come out and swap
Branch No. 126, will hold a some sea stories with your
Turkey Shoot, Saturday, shipmates in the Navy or Marine
December 20 from 10 a.m. to Corps or Coast Guard. I t:1
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home north at 7673 of Blanding 1-295. Every Blvd.onemile one is the Branch third No.Thursday 126 of the,Dec.FRA 18 will, at be 8 \\(\\\ G"" I
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Come out and win a Christmas Marine Corps, or Coast Guardare
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he'll get out of the Navy after his hitch, or stay in.

fc' ."I really hope he stays in. '
;' ,; "Mostly,I guess, it's because of the security. I know

".Terry's: not going to be laid Off, and his pay check really goes far '

; ...., in the Navy. Its not that long ago I was a working girl in civilian
i.>. life.You just have to remind yourself all the time how much

/ ._ more things cost out there.g:
""' "A few of the Navy wives I know have husbands on sea
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"r; they'd be with their husbands more But Terry says that's'only 4

s temporary. His last job-was in Order Verification, so he_knows

." that if their husbands ship over,shore duty may soon follow.. .. i I
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,*f: I guess a lot of wives just don't realize,that. .';'

r. "I'd really miss,Navy life if Terry decided not.to stay in- '.," the adventure I .share with him now I'd miss the other,Navy k<' '; r

.|' wives, too,knowing I'll have built-in friends wherever. we go. ., ,,
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|y ""Ij just don'teee the same,zing in civilian life.The Navy's' : .
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>%::," "Of it's Terry's decision. But when we talk, I catn'tell he's thinking ahead to his next hitch'-

'W" where we'd like to go,and what he'd like to do.,lie says there's just..so much opportunity to do interesting:.

'.q..' things in the Navy I guess he knows because of his job. '" ,. ,;, \ri
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