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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1974
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 31 NO. 41 Published In The Interest Personnel of Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida JANUARY 10, 1974



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I Did you make any resolutions :


By Paul Lucas yard that I started gasoline."

Once in a while I have the working on 2 years ago.": Young man mid twenties:
chance to get outside the Commander in uniform. "To lay off the "Suds".

office and away from my 67 year-old Grand- "Didn't make any"Ens.in .

desk, and when I do, I like mother: "To take care of uniformLt.
to ask you questions.Well my husband better" (Age, in uniform: Write my
I hit the streets it seems, makes little thesis." Should have been

aboard the air station difference) complete last year.
Friday and I asked this 8 year-old boy: "Love Elderly couple"To live rsd

traditional question: mommy and daddy wormer together through 1974"
"Did you make any New !" (young love is great)
Year's resolutions?", and Teen-aged (boy) refusedto Child ((2 year old): Love

here are some of the answers give his age: "To help mommy". .
I received... my pap more." Navy Exchange worker:
LCdr.: "Didn't make 18 year-old lady: "Get "To spend more
any". married" (Fools rush in money! !"

3rd class"To: get out of where wisemen fear to 16 year old girl"To: stop

the Navy ASAP." tred) smoking"
"See that I stop living Oriental dependent: "To 19 year old E-4: "To he
like the Joneses and live get citizenship test" kick the habit" (didn't say

my life as I should": 35 Marine Sgt.: "Continueto what kind)
year-old house wife. be squared-away and AA"Hope: to make AN,
14 year-old girl: "Helpmy continue to serve my then 3rd class';'
mother around the country." Commissary Store

house more in 74." Long haired youth: "To worker"Spend: more timeat

1st class: "To stop join the Navy as my fatheris. home"
smoking" (He litupa I know my hair will Teenager (boy): "Get a un__

cigarette while we were have to go but what the job." BING'S BABY BROTHER-Bob Crosby and his orchestra will be at
talking). heck! !"(Shoulder length) NARF employee: "Just the NAS Jax CPO Club Friday,Jan.,18, from p.m. until 1 a.m. Bob's:
CPO: "To not spend so Shopper with cart full of set back and take things as older brother, a fellow named Bing, is also a fairly wall known! 'en.
much money this year." groceries: "Keep feedingmy they come." tertainer. Reservations are required for Bob's show and tickets'are on

"To finish my white family and make fewer Sportsman: "To bet on sale at the CPO Club.

picket fence I started 2 trips that are unnecessaryto Miami" (Good bet)

years ago; to reseed my help conserve on Barber"To: stop lieing" Editorial I ..: I",:h y. '.
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-I Speak-Out: Uniform Regulations.Thank to,get a hair cut. I

"Yes Sir, the big you Sir." My reply to this caller is Galley ExchangeJaxMost
problem in the military Unidentified Male for him to insist that his ,

right now, besides Dear Speak-Out: men conform to military
Navymen think a sailor is entitled to a little
be "If in fact do have standards and not concern'
discipline, appears to we a
relaxation during his lunch hour.
military appearance. One big problem in the militaryas himself with where they
Apparently the NAS Jax MAA force disagrees, basedon
cause of this is the lack alleged by this caller, get their haircut. If they their actions during the past week.
of..or the inability of the one of the reasois is we return from"theirbarber"with
Navymen on their lunch hours had little chance to"relax"
Navy Exchange to give a have personnel in positionsof a nonregulationhaircut
as they were harassed for grooming and
haircut. After authority that don't they should be
proper
uniform violations outside the Galley and Navy Exchange -
sending three or four of my accept their responsibilityand ordered to get another one.
two of the places where supposedlyrelax
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a man can
men over and they expect the other guy to PNCl\I O.R. GRANT
before back
going to work.
come back with dp their job. If we have to Senior Enlisted Advisor
While we can't with the behind enforcing
argue logic
squarebacks, it makes it rely on a barber to ensure NASJAXI
grooming and uniform violations with the
we can argue
difficult on a Division proper grooming, we do
method of
enforcement.The .
Officer to maintain good have a problem. Apparently Speak-Out:
MAA force should not be burdened with the
appearance among his this caller doesn't "Yes, Captain Sizemore,
men. I would like to see if have the leadership abilityto this is Lt. Perwien. I was responsibility of ensuring adherence to grooming and
something eould be done to keep his own men 'on active duty with NAS uniform regulations. This is a, responsibility that rests

ensure the Navy Exchange squared away, so he triesto Jax for two weeks, and I with the Division Officer, Leading Chief and Leading
want to commend the Petty Officer in the man's own organization.
Barbers do give a military blame someone else. BOQ
haircut as specified by There is no regulation for the outstanding serviceof Presenting a neat and well-groomed appearance
United States Navy directing nersonnel where both the Stewards in the should be a matter of pride for the individual and it

.. rooms and the meal ser- should be an embarassing experience for both the man
I vice, and also the and his leaders when a reprimand from outsiders

sjILI hospitality I received on becomes necessary.If .
your base. I hope to come effective leadership had been exercised beforehand,

The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper back here on one of my the unfortunate situation we've had lately would never
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, next tours, and I want to have happened.
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a thank you very much." Enforcement of grooming regulations belongs in
private firm.All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWSmust Lt. Perwien working spaces, not at the Galley or the Navy Ex
be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on 'Monday before publication.News Dear Speak-Out:
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 "Our pleasure. The word change.About

or 3119. has been passed to Cdr. the
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made coverPT3
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to Squires, Personnel Ser-
race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, vices Officer, and the BOQ DON COCHRAN of FICEUR does his thing to
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this personnel concerned." conserve energy by riding his bike instead of driving a
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in the
Capt.SizemoreI car, which is also
excellent
refusal to print advertising from that source." an way to stay in shape.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Drivers, watch out for bicyclists during the early
concerning such should be directed to: Speak-Out: morning hours, especially since Daylight Savings Time
1I'4f! has gone into effect.
New Year
"Happy
;;V." THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY
cMti&. # 4565 Shirley Ave.,Jacksonville, Fla.32210 Captain!" For other energy conservation ideas, see page 12.
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Telephone 387.3566 Unidentified Male
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I[ 31 NO. 41 JANUARY 10, 1974 ) Dear Speak-Out: Conserve Energy
"How about that. Thankyou"

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Q-I'm thinking of going to
school under the GI Bill. Will the

Veterans Administration pay me
education assistance to attend
OPfrtONDITION
any school, or pursue any course?
A-Not quite. In order to receive -
VA assistance the course or
program must not be barred by
law, and must lead to a recog

nized educational, professional or
Comparative Statement of Conditionas
vocational objective. Also, the
school you select must be ap

agency.proved by a state approving of December 31 1973OFFICERS

Q-The adaptive equipmentthat
came with a car I purchasedfour

years ago with a grant from
the Veterans Administration is ASSETS 1973 1972

wearing out. Will VA replace this B.J.WALKER
equipment? Cash and due from banks '':'' 3,928,292.24 2,363,564.37
Chairman of the Board
A-Yes. The VA, since enact
ment of PL 91-666 in January G.R. PORTER JR. Investment securities:
President U.S. Treasury securities 3,646,738.99 3,197,545.64
1971 has been authorized to repair -
Securities of other U.S. Government
or replace adaptive equip. ROBERT LENTZVice.
ment for eligible, service disabled .President& Cashier agencies and corporations 2,357,564.48 2,506,273.97
,/ Obligations of States and political subdivisions 4,574,064.06 3,933,666.97
veterans. Suggest you apply to
A.JEANMcLANEVice. 0 0
Other securities
your regional VA office. .President
Trading account securities 0 0
101 oil *
ALLEN NOLAN Loans and discounts 20,709,365.65 15,345,988.10
A long-term! project to completely Assistant Vice president Federal funds sold and securities purchased
.revise and update its computer ,I I' Under agreement to resell :. 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00
system to process all compensation DAVID W. DICKINSON. _.... I'. Bank premises I furniture and fixtures-net 618293.37 600,555.49 't:
,.pension and education : ', /..Asslstant Vice President "1'f'1l-f .., ,
benefits is being undertaken by MARGARET M. RUSSO
r the Veterans Administration. Assistant Cashier
412,426.68
Other assets 433,992.04
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ORLAN S.MILLERAssistant Total Assets 'A 37,268,310.83 29,360,021.22
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Applications for headstonesand Cashier .. I I
grave markers for deceased '

veterans are running 800 a day CURTIS A. DAHL
and are expected to exceed Assistant Cashier

200,000 by the end of fiscal year FLORAH. WITHORN
I 1974, according to the Veterans AssistantCashler LIABILITIES
Administration, which recently Y ."'," .-
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assumed responsibility for this JOHN W. COLEMAN Demand deposits .r' ; ; :. 14,161,747.45 11,691,716.65

program from the Army. AssistantCashlerDIRECTORS Savings and time deposits '" 18,274,069.44 14,393,157.02 .
Total Deposits ',32,435,816.89. 26,084,873.67 (
Federal funds purchased and securities
A-7 pilot CHARLES H. BARCO sold under agreement to repurchase 0 0
President,C.H. Barco Contracting Co., Inc. Other liabilities 2,102,301.89 1,490,055.22

LORIMERH. BLITCH
Retired,Winn.Dixie Stores, Inc. ..
rescued
A.LELAND BURPEE,JR. Reserve for Losses on Loans 265,423.92 233,948.26 If
Vice. Title and Mortgage Co. Capital accounts:
Common Stock, $10 par value per share; 540,000.00 400,000.00
by HS-3 JAMES Jacksonville CRANFORD, FloridaDR. Authorized and Issued, 54,000 shares
Surplus 1,790,000.00 1,000,000.00
ENSOR R. DUNSFORDJR. Undivided profits 134,768.13 151,144.07
Jax--HS-3 recently had a President, Emergency Care Group Reserve for contingencies 0 0
chance to show why fixed wing Total capital ; 2,464,768.13 t 1,551,144.07
RALPH W. HOYT -
carrier pilots like to have Vice-President, Hoyt High Fidelity Center, Inc. Total Liabilities ?., .,''. 37,268,310.83 29,360,021.22
choppers around. \ r
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about 20 miles off Norfolk, Va., President, Harry E.James, Inc. ; .. .

an A-7 Corsair piloted by LCdr. G.R. PORTER,JR. s s-, : ';, : "
"Butch" Christie had an engine President,Wests ide Atlantic Bank :-.1 .; ; ; : "
explosion. ... '
LCdr. Christie! ejected and JOHN ROGERS
President, Rogers,Miller& Co.
landed about 400 yards in front of
the carrier USS Forrestal as it GEORGE E.UTSEY,JR. 'f
steamed toward Norfolk from a President,Utsey's Inc. ,
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two-week workup period. B.J.WALKERExecutive I
Ltjg( ) Stephen L. Madey and Vlce President
his HS-3 crew immediately flew The Atlantic National Bankof
over to pick him out of cold 54- Jacksonville

degree water. ..
As the crew onboard looked on,
Ltjg( ) Madey hovered the helo
above the downed pilot while the

chopper's wetcrewman, AWAN
Donald Pearson went in the WestsideAtlantic Bank

water to free LCdr Christie from a

his entangled Shroudlines. ,
Within minutes LCdr. Christiewas 4328 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE771.6161 MEMBER FDIC
aboard the Forrestal, cold,
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9 November 1973 for FIVE years. LCDR. W.L. Fisher, Assistant
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$ !,4I Your NEX in January ,j


rwit y Jax-The Navy Exchange The pennies you lose on the

Annual January White Sale kicks candy price increase can be

I off the New Year with special saved, however. Did you know

prices on sheets, pillow cases, that cents-off coupons are
U'r' towels, bath mats and other redeemable at the Navy Exchange y\
r'\ items for your linen closet. if the item is carried in
stock? Coupons received in the
Check the display at your Navy
mail or taken from advertisements

Exchange, where you'll find the
latest styles and colors in beddingand in newspapers and
arIi bath items.If magazines can provide you with
4 extra savings.
this season is bringing you Clearance sales of winter

sniffles and sneezes, you'll merchandise are taking place .<
probably find some items in the throughout the Navy Exchange. '
Exchange's drug and toiletries These unadvertised specials offer -

section that may help you many exceptional bargains on ,
"weather" the weather. quality items. The specials will
probably change from day-to. ::;;
,1i For cold weather
many people
day, so check the Exchange
means chapped lips and dry skin.
whenever you are in the area. i
Stop discomfort before it starts
by selecting from the supply of The classic look of the past is 'I
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moisturizing creamshand lotions this season's trend in men's

and lip pomades at the Ex. sportcoats. The one pattern that i
change. dominates the field is the Plaid- ..
mostly bold and beefy. Checks, t;
The rising cost of chocolate, nut Herringbones and Windowpanes ::4
,. products and sugar is forcing round out the classic look. In.

many candy manufacturers to fabric, it's still Double Knits, but J
eliminate the 10-cent candy bar in Wools are definitely back. :
favor of one that will cost a nickel
more. A number of manufacturers The two-button singlebreastedmodel
\", have already done this and is still Number One in 'r

TI others are scheduled to follow in styling and simplicity is the
the near future. It's quite possiblethat keyword. Pockets are either
\ within the next few monthsthe patched or regular, with or
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Jax-With the holidays over and everyone looking for ways to shed
the results of their overindulgence at the table, this week's recipe is a
real bomb.If .
the mere thought of food puts weight on you,read no further.
1..J. Although this recipe has not been prepared in Torrance's Kitchen
'. the author had the pleasure of overindulging in the finished productand
&'. liu
,-,-, it is a delicious morsel.A .
spring pan is required for preparing this recipe. That is one that
has a side that clamps together so that it can be removed and the
bottom of the pan remains with the cake.It .
T is made in three parts: the graham cracker crust, the cheese cake
and the topping.
Graham Cracker Crust

INGREDIENTS: 2 cups crushed graham crackers, % stick oleo,
>4 teaspoon cinnamon, S cup sugar.To .
avoid strewing cracker crumbs all over the working area, place
VIKING GETS ITS SEA LEGS--The S-3A "Viking,"the Navy's newest carrier-based ASW aircraft, the crackers between a folded sheet of waxed paper and roll with a
I makes its first catapult launch from the deck of a carrier during recently completed tests off the rolling Pin.
Virginia Coast. Viking squadrons are scheduled to be homeported at Cecil Field in the future. Mix all the ingredients and CheeseCake press into sides and bottom of spring pan.

INGREDIENTS: 3 eggs, 1 cup sugar, V4 teaspoon salt, 2 teaspoons

I Jax 86 selects 1974 officersJaxThe cups vanilla sour, Iii cream.teaspoon almond extract, 2 8oz. packages cream cheese, 3

Beat throughly, add sugar, salt, vanilla and almond extract
eggs ,
main order of also selected. They include Mrs. ceremony. Mrs.Daniel Wood was
beat Blend in cream cheese until mixture is add
business at the Jan. 2 meeting of Celmer for vice-president, Mrs. sponsored by Mrs. Raymond again. creamy sour
cracker crust.
the Navy Wives Club of America Howard Soha for secretary- Guyette and Mrs. Richard cream and pour onto graham
for 40 minutes. Turn off and let set in
(NWCA) Jax 86 was the electionof treasurer and Mrs. LaMar for Yaunisk was sponsored by Mrs. Bake at 350 degrees oven oven
officers. parliamentarian.Jax Davis. Mrs. David Cauender for 50 minutes. Remove from oven and when cake is cool, top with

New officers to be installedJan. 86 will host the DAC attended the meeting as a guestof pineapple glaze.
26 include: Mrs. Ronald meeting Jan. 24 at their Mrs. James Cole. Pineapple Glaze
Celmer, president; Mrs. clubhouse with Mrs. Charles Upcoming club events includea INGREDIENTS: 1 cup crushed pineapple, 1 cup sugar, 2>,i
Raymond Ganthner, vice- Davis in charge of a Mexican bake sale at NARF tomorrowand teaspoons cornstarch, 1 teaspoon oleo.
Mix all ingredients in and bring to boil, Cook until mixtureis
president; Mrs. Jay Perry, luncheon.The instruction for the amblyopia saucepan
recording secretary; Mrs. nominating committee for screening of Jan. 14. clear. Cool and pour over top of cheese cake. Refrigerate until readyto
Martin Scully, corresponding the coming year will be chairmanMrs. On Jan. 15 Jax 86 members will serve.
secretary; Mrs. Eugene Robert Mersey and meet at 10 a.m. at the clubhouseto The recipe for this delicious cake was contributed by Mrs. Carol
Kubisiak, treasurer; Mrs. E.J. members Mrs. Richard Balling, make arrangements for the Cowley, wife of SN Fred Cowley of the COMTACAIRLANT Flag Of-
Wager, chaplain; and Mrs. Mrs. Leslie Becker, Mrs. Owen Jan. 26 installation dinner dance.A fice. Thanks for sharing.
Dwight LaMar, parliamentarian. King and Mrs. James Bradstreet.Two joint meeting of the incoming -
Nominees for the offices of new members were installed and outgoing boards is NO MONEY DOWN !
Dixie Area Council (DAC) were in a candlelight scheduled for Jan. 23. The next

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I Naval Reservists aid city Blood Bank I


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1.-= Jax-More than 150 Jacksonville Naval Reservists joined hands with
-1 the city's blood bank to donate and solicit blood contributions duringlast
month's "Blood for Jacksonville" drive.

I IES 4 Sponsored by the Jacksonville Naval Reserve's surface programson
Yf' behalf of the Jacksonville Blood Bank, the drive brought in almost

A 70 pints of blood during a one-day effort in downtown Jacksonville.
+1 rP y Virtually all of Jacksonville's Reserve surface units participated in
1 ., i the drive either by encouraging members to donate blood or by having
members encourage downtown shoppers to pause in their activities to
give blood,according to LCdr. Robert E. Dickson, coordinator for the

Reserve's participation.
; : Units assisting in the civic action effort included Surface Division 6-
4
43 (L), Inshore Undersea Warfare Division 6-2, Fleet ProcessingTeam
i'L r 6-1, Security Group Division 6-7, Intelligence Unit 6-1-13, Naval
\: j Control of Shipping Organization Division 6-4, Officers' School 6-8S( ),
r'L'- Ship Activation, Maintenance and Repair Division 6-2 and Group
__ Command 6-2 (M)'
1 The blood drive day had been officially proclaimed "Blood for

r tw Jacksonville Day" by Jacksonville Mayor Hans G. Tanzler, who
i. Month.simultaneously designated December as Jacksonville Blood Bank

Commending the participation of Naval Reserve units in the drive.

L Capt. Simmons said, "This is the type of activity we want Jacksonvilleto
expect of its Naval Reserve program, and I'm pleased we were ableto
--- do our part to help the community in which our Reservists live."

,. LCdr. Dickson pointed out that those Naval Reservists who par-
ticipated not only rebuilt an existing Naval Reserve account with the
blood bank, but also made available needed blood which is required
OUT FOQ BLOOD-LCdr. Robert E. Dickson, coordinator of the "Blood for Jacksonville" drive,
I during holiday periods.
points out thrie of the personal benefits of donating blood to a pair of young passersby.
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IT'SSUPERFANTASHC recruiters neededJaxThere




is an urgent need
for qualified enlisted personnel to

serve on recruiting duty.
There is a particular need for
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Class Petty Officers, Women
Petty Officers and personnel of
MARINELAND'SNEW all minority groups.

Black, Mexican-American,
Puerto Rican-American,
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SUBMARINEPREVIEW .. Indian, Cuban and Filipino
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I Commission issues drug reportIn i.CUSYt1Tap

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481-page report to the PresIdent mood alteration."It Alcohol, like other drugs, is Y (n1tA TNfiR EINSABR
and the Congress! last year, J4 Q P
RQtpOG rhErtZ
the National Commission on is no longer satisfactory to used experimentally, recreation- ; A1ks WiDrIJ
ally and ZNA1-s -
Marijuana and Drug Abuse con- defend social disapproval of use ofa circumstantiallytocope BRA
cluded that society's objective is particular drug on the groundsthat with a problem situation, ( i I gA UALIT'
not to eliminate "nonmedical"drug it is 'mind-altering drug' or condition stress or boredom- .H/C
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and compulsively to
use, as many people think. 'means of escape,'for so are they intensively up
"No semantic fiction will alter all," the report continued.By a degree at which it precludes
other social functioning.
the fundamental composition of
alcohol or tobacco," the Commis- whatever standard is applied Therefore, it'is not the drugs )-
sion reorted. "Instead of assum- including crime rates and themselves, but ineffectively / : I
other social costs, alcohol 11
ing that mood alteration thrqughsome functioning persons, coupled -f4/
drugs is inherently objec- emerges as our nation's greatest with a society conditioning itself
tionable, while similar use of "drug" problem. Like cigarettes, more and more to chemical solu ;2---- -- -G-
others is not the public and its however, alcohol provides a tions, that form the core of the -c.=- _---_.:--. i,.
leaders must focus directly on the model for understanding the real drug problem and must be ;

appropriate role of drug-related problem. society's major concern.


FRA 91 I



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birthdayJaxFleet


Reserve AssociationFRA IS SIX CARS IN ONE.

( 28th) Branch anniversary 91 will Saturday celebrateits v

Jan. 19, with a dinner dance at
the Branch home, 5391 Collins ;1i
Road. ALLVOLVOS. i
Festivities will start at 7 p.m.
All past presidents of the
Branch have been issued a
At\oho\\c think it takes than
-: -, more impressive
special invitation, as well as the
1! features to make an impressive car.
Commanding Officers of the
It takes years of making those features
major military commands in the
Jacksonville area. _- '"- work together. 1

William G. McCarley, So\\hen we designed the 1974 Volvo,
Southeast Regional President, -Y ; \\e started with a unitized body )

has indicated that he will be construction developed thirty years .
present to help Branch 91 ( r agoforourVoho444because; _
celebrate. 1 p5Aiill one of the strongest .
1'ohoS44 .
Persons wishing to attend the Ve know of. __ I
We use disc brakes for J
dinner dance may obtain ticketsat -
the Branch Home or from any ;. their stubborn resistance to fading.As well as ;\
of the Branch officers. Tickets an onliopcdicall-engineered scat built to .
will cost $4.50 per person. adjust f for optimum back supnort.Boththe' 4- -

i .* 5\. legacy: of the \'oh'o 1 122. ." _
cars: ago introduced( f fu.cI.1{ i
she ,
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injectioninoursportscartutilcitscnginc:
Good + VoholSWtkpcnntcnial
news "wp. -- ::.; the most efficient mixture of fuel and air. f

.f:: ?!oil l:- And equippcdourluxurysedanwith
for galley a 1U ...wr.' radial tires to enhance its road-holding

-' capabilities. You'll find fuel injectionand

.. t radial tires on this\ear's
patronsJaxThe ":
-:.t.p.Vol'o: J+I,

\bUoI.olol64.: 1 e'a recent Go\'eminent .
NAS Galley has a safety requirements aren't t recent to r'
New Year's treat in store for us. Our \ol\o 544 1, for example,\\asthe
1974: a more varied menu '
first niass-pi aluced car to come\\iththreepoint
designed to satisfy the taste of
belts standard
scat as
even the most discriminating. equipment. Later we created the \ol\o\ !

Navyman.An entirely new menu has been ,; ;=. Experimental Safety Vehicle 1 !t
and is It q .. an entire car devoted( (to ,aret). 1 -
set up for the winter cycle -/tf.I P Safetyehiclt\ ,
now in effect.Highlighting. ;:t .... lta'k.r.; r \Yithfeatureslikcstrongerbunipefsteel : a ,;ti r.;
the changes are anti-mtrustun bars in the doors.

an increase in the amount of beef, Rut safety is more than just : .
Including steak, and a more experimental Volvo.. For 1974 we've

varied choice on the speed line. a ., added five important safety feat ures that .
Early risers will find a com- b no other Volvo has ever had;
pletely new breakfast menu \ Ax1'aminglight tblro44 '

featuring all kinds of eggs, that can help protect

omelets, french toast, pancakesand lOU from accidents caused by burned out i .. j.
three choices of meat.In headlights or taillights. ,
order to provide the more A icpositionedfuel tank designed / i
varied menu, milk will have to be 't. to be less vulnerable in an cl'ident./ + .
deleted from the evening meal, As S\ell as better\'\'isibilit, /' /
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however, and patrons may haveto more collision protection and
wait a bit longer in line in order anc\en stronger( bodxftcrallacxlouldit.
for the chefs to fit each man's ,,\ ci't..
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desires. want a tradition like ours to r.
Galley officials emphasize that stand in the way of progress. .
the bigger the crowd they can

count on,the better the meals will ...- VOLVOPARRISH,
be offered.and the more extras will be Is'T:: i 1


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It( Pilot training flow revers edatVP-56 I

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By Lt(Jg) Tom Jemison The assignment of the Tulane
\ VP-56 PAO NROTC Unit's XO, Cdr. William ,t 'ia
Jax-The "Dragons" of VP-56 H. Compton, to the post of VP-56 a
will lose their two most improved XO leads to further doubts about Lj4i 4II
i "pilots" this month. the Dragons' recruiting prac-
Ensigns Gib Godwin and Phil tices, but the squadron Athletic
Cather are being sent to the Officer strongly denies any
Naval Air Training Command in irregularities.Both .
Pensacola--not as flight instructors
but as student Naval Gib and Phil took part in
Aviators.It's the squadron's Junior Officer
not that they didn't get it Indoctrination Program,
right the first time, because this receiving briefings by each of
WILL be their first time.Gib and ficer in the squadron on his
Phil were sent to the squadronafter specific duties and being shown
commissioning last Sep- how the sum of these individual
tember to await their Pensacola efforts enabled the squadron to
class convening dates. function smoothly as a unit.

Phil spent several years in the h
Reserves and on active duty as a They furthered their 1r-
submariner, serving as a second professional knowledge by at !
class yeoman on the USS Chivo tending Service Information
and USS Trout. School and participating in a
He was separated in May of Race Relations Seminar.
1970 and remained in the
Reserves while completing his Perhaps the most enjoyablepart
education at Sam Houston State of their stay at VP-56, TIME TO FLY-Ens. Phil Cather checks out his flight gear before taking off In a VP-56 P-3C. I
University. During his junior however, was flying the .yMt .-
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year,Phil learned of the Reserve squadron's P-3C aircraft. Both .
Officer Candidate Program and officers spent a considerable .
decided to use it as a stepping amount of time in the air and ..,.. V
stone to a career as a Navy pilot. frequently sat in the pilot seat 2i
Gib came to VP-56 from Tulane getting a head start on their _
University's NROTC Unit last training as Naval Aviators. ,t;". kut
August after receiving his .
commission. Not merely students while in
While at Tulane, he filled the the squadron, both served as
starting tight end spot on the Squadron Duty Officer and often _
varsity football team. The fact conducted investigations for the _
that Gib arrived just in time to Legal Office. Needless to say, _
play for the Dragons' touch these services were greatly
football team does seem hard to appreciated by the other VP-56
accept as coincidence. junior officers.

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new experience in family entertainment is in store for all
active duty personnel and their guests Jan. 19 at the Candlelight
Restaurant.The .
a. distinctive difference that will keep this evening from being just
another party at the Club will be the return of Prohibition for one
night, with no provisions allowed for alcoholic beverages.Food .
and drinks will be available for purchase, including sand-
wiches, pizza, snacks and soft drinks, and the entire family will be
able to enjoy the entertainment without outside influence.The .
proceedings will begin at 8 p.m. with entertainment provided by
f><\ Phil Cay and his band and the USO Pantomine Group. USO hostesseswill
also be on hand.
The party is sponsored by NAS and family participation is en
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THE FIRST-.RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, COMTACAIRLANT, gives the first, key to AN Robert D. AR
I Loar of VP-45 as the new BEQ is officially opened. Looking on are Capt. William G. Sizemore ((2nd
from LeftNAS) Jax CO,and Cdr. J.M. Notargiacomo, VP-45 skipper. The new BEQ will be the home
for about 672 squadron personnel.


I CU accepting board applicationsJaxThe .. A.E


Jax Navy Federal single-year term and three 3-year Committee members and their 4 ps
Credit Union is accepting applications terms. Credit committee phone numbers are:
for nomination to the vacancies are two 3-year terms. F. Ray Forrest, chairman ((772- s
openings on the board of direc- The two alternate seats 2481)); W.L. Purcell (NARF 772-
tors and the credit committee. available on the credit committeeare 2409)); J.F. O'Connell (CPD 772-
Any member of the credit union not elective, but rather are 2610)); Capt. J.T. Janus (Cecil P ha I
over the age of 16, regardless of filled by appointment by the Field Dental Officer 771-3211 Ext. S
background and past experience, credit t union board of directors. 261)).; and Michael Cascone (CPD
is eligible to apply. The only Members wishing to apply for 771-3253)). LET THEM ENTERTAIN YOU-The Unusual Southern Onkers, a .
requirement is an interest in nomination to fill one of these This is Mr. Forrest's third pantomine group from the USO, will help furnish the entertainment 1'I
credit union activities and a vacancies may pick up consecutive as nominating when
application year prohibition returns to NAS Jax rtext week. "
desire to be of service' to. its blanks from the branch committee chairman. t I
members. managers in each office, any
The positions on the board of credit union official, or membersof February 1 is the deadline for v
directors to be filled include one the nominating< 'committee. returning the applications.
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Jax--The Secretary of
Defense has announcedthat -w. SALES SERVICE PARTS t,0 NOW

dependents of active 4DAY4
duty and retired military
personnel are now requiredto .
VIVA
pay $3.50 per hospital
day instead of the previous
$1.75 in military hospitals.
Under the CHAMPUS .
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active duty military per-
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"Ecology Bus goodBy example for. NAS commuters I

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Jax-The heater doesn't work,it has trouble on hills and the reating .
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isn't exactly factory issue, but for a group of ecology minded NARF
employees it's "just what the energy doctor ordered" for helping to
conserve fuel.
It's Ron Gray's 1961 vintage "Ecology Bus." :
The bus looks little like the usual type of bus,but in these days of fuel .
worries it's doing the same thing-saving fuel and the headaches of '
rush hour driving. t.,'
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through Friday runs back and forth to NAS Jax all the passengerswere :
driving their cars to work alone from the Westside (three from
the same apartment complex). l
With the beginning of concern about the "energy crisis," Gray
decided to do something to help.. : ___
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The Ecology Bus seemed to be the perfect answer and the mini :
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commuter shuttle service began with Gray at the wheel and his :

ride.passengers, seated in lounge and dining room chairs, along for the 4y5

The passengers only have one complaint about the service-the
heater doesn't work.Somehow that seems appropriate since there will I '
be many other cold seats in the United States if Americans don't helpto .
conserve energy.
Ron and the Ecology Bus passengers are doing their share. How ENERGY SAVER-Ron Gray gets ready to roll as "Ecology Bus"begins its return run from I

about. vou? .,.. .. '-"! r..d NARF to the Westside.RIGHT .


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ON SCHEDULE .Richard Oellerich checks his watch and finds out that Kon oray'sEcology
his bicycle to the departure point outside Ron Gray's apartment to
Bus is on schedule as it leaves for the trip home from NARF. I
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Become involvedConserve

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our resources by cutting down consumptionDuring


recent months, the Department The study further stated, in regard power drain. In 1965, the production -
of Defense has con. to fuel conservation, that of natural gas stood at 173
ducted an intensive program designed "corrective action" million
may come too "therms" (a unit of measure -
to limit and control the slowly to "avert much graver environmental representing 100,000 British

consumption of energy; specifically degradation that has Thermal Units or BTU's), while ,, :. .
natural gas, electricity and already occurred."Such a radical for 1971 the figure had dropped to /.
petroleum fuels. Directly affect statement might possibly be ignored only 156 million I '!.;
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ing all service members and their or passed off as being the r\, -5t"f:' .

families, the project has raised ramblings of an acute pessimist, In response to the Departmentof .::. .': i .:.
much debate concerning the but this opinion abruptly ends Defense's initial plea for indi Jr.\:
necessity of such strictly. with serious consideration of vidual participation and coopera- :
enforced limits and controls. As further statistics which support it tion in eliminating unnecessary .x:: .
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evidenced by such debate, there with unquestionable accuracy. energy consumption, numerous

undoubtedly exists a general lack For instance, according to the questions have been posed by per- ',',
of knowledge concerning the subject national consumer price index for sonnel regarding the necessity of ,' "
of fuel conservation, and howit 1971, American families spent such cutbacks. In the face of such < : .. ..' ,.'
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directly affects each of us. approximately 116 million dollarsfor statistics as already noted, it is .1, \
In a recent 373-page report on natural gas and electricity, obvious that a grave situation exists ; .;..
statistical data..compiled by the and in the same year, a total of and it is only through the '
United Nations concerning 121.2 million went for solid and combined efforts of each and ,
"World Energy Supplies," the following petroleum fuels. At present, the every concerned citizen, both t'c
information is made pain. United States is ranked fourth in military and civilian that the ".. : .
fully clear. In the past 25 years, the world in per capita electric problem can be resolved. The ;
and in the United States alone, energy production. With the problem has been identified, all
consumption of natural gas rose availability of electric power failing available facts presented, and a
113 percent, compared with 103 here at home, it may eventu- workable solution outlined, but .iG
percent for petroleum fuels; in ally become necessary for the without the aid of each indi- -
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1970 alone, the U.S. consumed U.S. to import from other countries vidual, no acceptable answer to
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nearly 60 percent of the world's the electrical power necessary the continued power drain can be J
production of natural gas. to stem the ever-increasing augmented.As .
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made evident by these statistics

Navy Jax Toastma& environmental damage in
curred by a continued waste of
our already disastrously low reserves -
celebrationJaxThe of fuel and other energy
join} birthday
products will only serve to hurry
along the present crisis. No one is WANTED ALIVE! The energy bug can be found in every work section and home
immune, everyone must become gobbling our natural resources. Don't let him ruin your future. Recognize the
Navy Jax Toast- and the club's new officers were aware and involved. energy crisis now; starve this rascal out of existence. CONSERVE!
masters are joining over 3,000 installed Saturday as part of the
clubs throughout i he world in anniven try celebration. ;
celebrating the bi;. anniversaryof
Toastmasters uternational.

Meeting each Wednesday at J
A Toastmaster Sub is an noon at the NAS Jax Officers :
organized group : ''ch meets Club, the group provides its Here's a plan that
regularly *o pro: membersa member the op; rtunity to
professional+ designed improve themselvei: : a friendlyand
encot: aging at ,osphere.
to their
program impn./e
abilities to communicate and gives you your

develop their leadership and Open invitations to see the
executive p ,tential. Toastmasters program in action
will be extended to all active duty money'sworth. .
The Navy Jax ToastmastersClub and Selected Reserve officers
was chartered in April 1973 during the anniversary year.



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Christmas Savings Plans do not earn Interest. But a Jax Navy Federal ,
r 4i...liaii.vU, Credit Union Christmas Savings Plan does earn dividends all year long on
all money deposited. "Bonus" dividends declared by the board of
directors are paid, too, on Christmas Savings Plans I

Service
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end your life in less than one sec.
traveling at an estimated 35 miles
ond.The }hour. The driver ls stlll going
financial organization and youWmt Ohio Highway Safety Department per
gives a slow-motion, 55. The hall=ton motor block
crunches into the tree.The rear of
split-second account of what
the car.like a bucking horse,rises
happens when a car going 55
high enough to scrape bark off
miles per hour crashes into a
low branches.
solid, immovable tree:

an automatic Moth Second 5-IOth Second

The driver's clutching hands
The front bumper and chrome
bend the steering column into an
grillwork collapse. Slivers of steel
almost vertical position. The
penetrate the tree to the depth of
force of gravity impales him on
an inch and one half or more.
the column. Jagged steel punc-

second'mcome 2-10th Second tures his lungs and nearby arteries -
and blood spurts into his
Tile hood rises, crumples and
smashes into the windshield. lungs.

Spinning rear wheels leave the 6-IOth Second

ground. The fenders hit the tree The driver's feet are ripped
and force their rear parts out over from his laced shoes. The brake

? the front doors. The car's heavy pedal shears off at the
structure members begin to slow floorboards. The chassis bends in

down, but the driver keeps goingat the middle, shearing structural
the vehicle's original speed. At 1 GbltsJ; The driver's head smashes
20 times the normal force of gravity into the windshield. The rear of
he weighs more than one and back down
the car begins fall ,
See one-half tons. His legs, ramrod spinning wheels digging into the
us or your straight, snap at the knees. ground.v
$ $ $
3-10th StcondThe
disbursingofficer q 7-lOth Second

driver, still alive, is off the The whole body of the car I is
seat, body upright, broken knees
twisted and forced out of shape.
for details pressing against the dashboard. Hinges tear;doors springopen. In

His head is near the sun visor his one last convulsion,the seat rams
chest above the steering column. forward pinning the driver

His convulsive death grip beginsto against the splintered steel steer-

.itsgthaTh bend the plastic and steel frameof ingcolumn. Blood spurts from his
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steering
mouth; shock freezes his heart

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arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the publisher Is in-
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Comedy, Starring Kim Darby DEVIL'S ISLAND" Action

| EMPLOYMENT ',:1 I JEANS PROFESSIONAL and David Janssen. "PG" ((105 Drama, Starring Jim Brown and

DANCE ACADEMY min.) Christopher George. "R" ((87

Westconnett at 103rd 8. Orange Park, HOSPITAL : "LOST min.)
JANITORIAL WORK AT NAS JAX Bellair Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe, HOSPITAL
HORIZON" Musical Starring : "GRASSHOPPER" -
Hours 5-9:30P.M.: Call 3552741 and Jazz, Hula, Tahitian, Baton, 8. ,
Peter Finch and Uv Ullmann.
ask for openings at NASROYALSERVICESINC.
acrobatics
Register Now, 771-2521,
771-5464, 778-3655, Children & Adults. "G" ((138 min.)
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GREATJOBEarn ONE BEAUTYRtST MATTRESS Friday,Jan. 11 NAS: "HOW TO COMMIT A
$50 $75 per wk., working part Good Clean condition Fairly new, see NAS: "LET THE GOOD MARRAIGE"
time calling on single girls. Earn at 2105 Gilmore M 3555008. Comedy, StarringBob
more with Incentive plan. Must be TIMES ROLL" Musical Hope and Jackie Gleason.
sharpl I Phone 121.3600.BABYSITTING 'I' '. REAL ESTATE !'*.' I Documentary, Starring Chuck "PG" (96 min.)

new leaf. Berry and Little Richard. "PG"
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For Infants & Toddlers. From 7 A.M. up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile ((99 min.) FROM DEVIL'S ISLAND"

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[ Restaurant open 7 A.M. 8 P.M. Consoles, tee try
tables music caD I
losed Sunday. 400 Park Street, ORANGE PARK chln+ cabinets.tlnAS. .
t+peshts{ chpb
Riverside area. 3549988. 2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dishwasher et. c
, y" 1 Elizabeth ry, ps, ally
>WANTADEPENDABLEWOMAN Drapes, Carpets / c.I Big Chief.Say: 4
771-1405 or 771-3355.
LTo AptS.
babysit In my home for 2 children
[part-time Personal References Please
ACRE TRAILER LOT
1264-7458. Va gay
Well 8. Septic Tank, lots of trees,
GOODMAN NEEDED North of Mlddleburg. 2825908. Call Hrs e
'art-time lob, Outside work, must after 4 P.M.ORANGE *
[Work weekends & 2 eves.a week Good *

[.pay 3550264. PARK 3BR. HOUSE FURN. MpN 8

[ "1 5 Min. from NAS. Conv. to schools,
: | MISCELLANEOUS I
will rent to bachelors or TAD Per.

GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPY sonnel. 264.6884.

3 months old, AKC registered, house- WESCONNETTFurn.
broken and being trainedshots and clean
and
2BR. Apt. large
[wormed, black and tan, female, $50., utilities furn. AC, Near Bases $175.00 t
[day 387-3566 night 7814617. mo. No Pets. 7712374.

GEORGE'S KENNELS ORANGE PARK r

Dogs & Cats Boarded 60'X12',2BR,Mobile Home, king sized
Pick-Up & delivery services since bed. Adults 8.1 1 child. Nice Freeman's / t
1925. Grooming, training & shipping. Trailer Park, 2649922.JIIIfIMOBILE .
Visitors welcome. BankAmericard &

,Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 near HOMES.J
Cassat Ave. 8. Edgewood
5085 Edgewood Ct.,389-0064 s > ii
JUSTISS TRAILER PAK &
of NAS, Clean modern' _
A recorded message by 1 Qtr. Mile No. 11
trailer and apts. 3893007. I
SCOTT EDWARDS
MONARCH'SHIGH
/ > i
Tells you how to be a SELLGOODIJSEDMOBILE
WE BUY AND .
DISC JOCKEYCall HOMES ; F/- /
355-2944 any hour. Approved for Phone 388.4619 .
veterans. Columbia School of PERFORMANCEROAD --b.
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not COLONY MOBILE HOMES 44
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by Sales 8. Rentals, 9359 103rd .St. Call
home study 771-0275 service. Photostating and notary //, 4 HUGGER

LIVE CRABS .
Wilford's Fish Camp LETYOUR RENT t Nl
264-9707 BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT e # .aM

DEPOSIT REQUIRED Special 95
TYLERSHEATING&AIRCOND. SUMIT MOBILE HOMES 1
Central and wall furnaces, space 5210 Phillips, Highway,733.9422 .
heaters, clean & repair. Lake Shore, BRING THIS AD FOR $100 OFF.TRANSPORTATIOI&. This Week A 7 013ORD70U

4711 Palmer, 388-5161-

KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER [ | 1.751o2.31 Plus F.E.T.

Responsible party take up payments '49 CAMARO RALLY SPORT
of $7.00 per month. Rayfleld'S 6437 350 cu. in. engine, 2 barrel carb., 3-Spd FGJL.60xl4 ALL OTHER SIZES

Wilson Blvd.., 772-8936. trans. Phone Dave,264.7531 or 264: .9775 CFOJU60xi5 PROPORTIONATELY
e e ,
after 6 p.m. RAISED WHITI
CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY LOW
UTTER TIIES r /
LEFT UNCLAIMED
>
ALSO AYAILAilll AT
Zig Zag sewing machine, brand new I
1973 Model. Balance S68 or assume $9. ,,6 MUSTANG 2DR. HT DISCOUNT PRICES r
per month payments. Sewing machineleft V-8 Stick, No cash dwn., low mo. '
unclaimed, customer left area, pymts. Call 358-0881.
iI : c:
cannot locate. Sews on buttons, makes
buttonholes, appliques, does 197 PLYMOUTH 2DR.HT
everything. Phone 731-0197 ask for 383-4Spd., No cash dwn., low mo.
credit manager. Will deliver, nor pymts. Call 358.0881.

owigatlon. _

FIREPLACE WOOD INTERNATIONALSCOUTS SURPS GOODS cA

Will deliver In local area 6 to Choose from, 4 cylinder Hard top *
282-5529 Models (removable) 20,000 to 45,000 DISCOUNT I STORE

miles. Ideal for sportsman, Secondcar.
PROF. PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE Prices start at $788. 2509 Phillips 10135 Beach Bfvd 44MO
Commercial,Weddings, Portraits ,
3962025.
Hlway,
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.. ... ............ ........... ........ .... ............. .... ... ...... Airsweep AC Used 3 months Tel 284-5238 after 5PM
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J 5125.0019" B&W Sears Silvertone
1.U4 TV $15.00 Call 264-6310 Want a Dependable WOMAN to
THE Flee-T MARKET :
BABYSIT In my home for 2

FREE PERSONAL WANT SERVICE ] 70 IMPALA AC, Radio, Heater, children, part time Personal
for Military and C iv"i Ian Employees NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field $1,200 Stereo Console Magnavox References Please 264.7458

-..- - ----- --------- -- -- 9 I $100.00 Color TV $150.00 Stereo
[J Tape Recorder 150.00 Make Offer OAK ROUND TABLE $150.00
FREE WANT AD ORDER FORMADS I
r 264.4635 Pickle Crock $25, ChippendaleChair
'I .......... and half $300 Super Chef
( MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS)
I 15' Fiberglass BOWRIDER with Rotisserie, Broiler Fryer $25 264-

I I I 45 Chrysler and MagicTilttrailer. 7458

I r I All CG and Ski Equip
ment Included Good Condition For Sale 24' CHRIS CRAFT 6 cyl,

II II $1100 Cash 264.4821 aft 1 PM Just overhauled Bottom, Top,

rr Seats & Engine $1995 See at
Dick Catrl CUSTOM SURF Chucks Boat Yard

TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW rr BOARD 6', 20" wide Like New.
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. Perfect for Fla. waves. $75 or 1968 bODGE CHARGER Radio,
best offer 387.5343 afternoons.For heater, WSW, Power steering,

I Vinyl roof, Excellent condition.Ext. .
rr Sale 1972 CAPRI 2000cc, OH- 2151 Wed thru Sun. Other

; NameI Office or activity to which assigned II II C, 4 speed, Decor Group, Brown, Times Call 264. 903

FM Radio, Original Owner
Asking $1800 Firm 264.3239
I Rank.Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signaturemust I For Sale 15 ft RUNABOUT 35
.Evlnr ude, Gator Trallor.
I I '71 CHEV Concours SW, AT, AC,
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active provide all information requested, ie: Full Completely outfitted with tanks
I military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I PS, PB, 350 cu In, luggage rack, running lights and Assc: $350.00
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank.rate, office or activity I $1895 Lanier 772-3077
Call 264.3389 after
to which he is assigned and office telephone. This 6pm
2. Free advertising in the "Fleet MARKET"
information is for authentication only and your ad I
will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housing WOOL RUG 9x17 Green, with
information.
I should be worded independently of this
for personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I Pad. $150 387.2038 Will BABYSIT In my home 5
personal property; offers of or requests for rides to
r 5. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear in I days a week, will furnish lunch
and from work; announcements of educational
courses offered by nonprofit organizations or the following edition is MONDAY N.ION Ads I Ride Wanted: Rogero & MerrillRd. $20.00 a week Cecil Field Area
arriving after that date will be placed in the
governement agencies. Ads for rentais will be accepted following week's edition Ads will be run only onetime I (Arlington) to NARF 0730. call 778.0329
only if the words "PCS" (for military), or
r unless submitted as prescribed above. 1600 Contact Lupe Ext. 2727
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the I
r Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the
6. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I Elcona MOBILE HOME
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied For Sale: Sears COLDSPOTREFRIGERATOR 1971 .
r by the word "Free". "FleeT MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR I with 12x60 $200 and take over
NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide
I 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I Frostless bottom Freezer, payments 2 BR, Cent air & ht.
r "Flee MARKET" ad form which will be printedin I Coppertone, Excellent Condition 786.2536
in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No
inside and out Call 781.3204
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I
r accepted. I
I 4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "FleeT 1 Bedroom MOBILE HOME on 2 For Sale: Three BEDROOM
MARKET" Editor, CO JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 1, I. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I Beautiful Lots at Halfmoon Lake.
Brick House 2 Baths Rolling Hills
r NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above I
OR requirements will be rejected The publisher 10 miles East of Silver Springs on 5V4' FHA Loan For Details Call
I "Flee.T MARKET" Editor, co LATWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads I Highway 40. Beautifully Land 786-5647
r 111 1, NAS Cecil Field. Florida 32215. These formsFor I scaped. 771.8343 ... ,.. '
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Sale: AIR CONDITIONERS for $1850 Excellent condition Roberts. 1968 PLYMOUTH GTX 440 36 VOLKSWAGEN ENGINE

$150.00 Gibson 220V, 14,000 BTU. Furnished A.C., Tied down, etc, Automatic Turbo Action Shift Kit 75.00 or Best Offer Call Evenings
Admiral 110V 6000 BTU Call 264. 772-9455 196855x12 Detroiter MOBILE New Brakes & Exhaust 1900.00 388-6867

\ 1024 after 4PM HOME Fully Carpeted and 6413548. "
i
1972 VOLKSWAGEN 1111! Sedan, Furnished, with air In Excellent ..........!' :Sale; ; ;;
I Red Radio and For Sale 1965 CADILLAC 1973 COBIA T.B.R.Boat .
For Sale: 66 DODGE CHARGER 4 speed, Kasan Cond. $2995.00 771.4984
Tires Good, ConditionRunningGood heater, Looks good-runs good FLEETWOOD Brougham Ex- 65 horse Johnson, for more

When Stored. $395 or make $1750 Phone 786-0404 For Sale SPACE HEATER Large cellent Condition Full Power Gets Information Call 778-0329
..........
offer. 384-4817 after 5PM Duo-Therm (No Blower) Ex. 13.14 mpg Sensible operation
For Sale 72 VW CAMPER w-Pop- cellent $35 Call 771.3211 Ext. 8134 Make Offer 7727673.
up, 70 Maverick w-wide tires, and Mon. thru Frl. 9.2 Ask for For Sale CADILLAC Coupe De
1967 12x60 Meadowbrook M.H. IVj 73 CUTLASS Supreme (Loaded) "Agnes" 1971 YAMAHA 650cc. Looks Ville 1963 RUNS GOOD: Trans-

bath, 3 bedrooms, furnished, Set 772-8786 Good, Runs Good, Candy Blue mission Needs Work, $300 or

up on lot In Orange Park Anchored l>/2 Champion MOBILE HOME Paint, Custom Pipes, short z bars Best Offer, New Tires Ext 249
.......... ,
$2900.00 264.3994 after 5. $650.
ROOM DIVIDERS Fit 8'3" 12x65 Excellent Cond., 2BR, AC, cash Might Trade. Phone
7721375. For Sale 1969 Z-28 CAMARO 302 !;
ceiling, Walnut frame, 24x72" carpeted, $1,000 equity,
4 ml. from Cecil 8x35 Trallei Blue Bottleglass Panel. Never payments $91 Credit Union Engine Other Various H.P. f

appraised value $2,000 Will sell Assembled $10 Each 772-2401 balance $3500 call 781-3874 Options$1800 Travis Childers Ext
For Sale: 1972 SUPER BEETLE 3852 NAS 781.0032 Home

Custom BASS RIG Plywood, Volkswagen; $2050 after 5pm call

fiberglass bottom. Two swivel 771.5074

seats, carpet, 18 h.p. Johnson,
BURLESK Troller & bat. Tilt trailer. Ex- 1972 SUZUKI TC 125 Excellent We've Changed our Name
but the SERVICE Is the Sameat.
cellent $650 Firm 264.3234 Condition Only 1,300 miles $450.00 ...
Extra Street Tire Helmet Included -

TOPLESS. 68 CUTLASS 'S' Loaded -67 Work 3067 Home 264-2938 ","

Bartenders, Waitresses Dodge Window VanFirst [!i
t. DANCERS: 11AM-2AM Reasonable Offer 786.2536 154' Fiberglass BASS BOAT, f

5916 Philips Highway 733.9989 Arrow Glass 90 HP Elec. ,....
For Sale 8,000 BTU Gibson Evinrude Motor, Tilt Tra $950.00 )f1.

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PHONE 771.8244 .




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QUIET ATMOSPHERE

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,a IDEALLY LOCATED FOR

CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.

.. CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,
' CHURCHES AND

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I r MINORITY HISTORYThere 1 T 'V



I
is a grove marker on Gold threatened with starvation t,.
Hill north of Sacramento Later on most of the Immigrants -
C alifornin that reads, "In commemoration to this country from Japan

of Okei Died in came to work at various kinds of
1872 19 Years Old. A Japanese farm labor By 1909 there were s
Rirl" approximately 30,000 Japanese
The marker is the only physical engaged in various forms of workon
remains of the Wakamatsu Col. farms.

ony, one of the first Japanese Since these early days :,

pioneering parties that came to Japanese-Americans have entered .
this country in 1869 for permanent into every occupational field

settlement. Some of their major contributionshave
The group, numbering about 20 been in the agricultural

persons including a Samurai field Iwata Masakazu says of the [[l l t s .[R_ '
was led by a European by the G AJ {
contributions! made by Nisei in 1
name of Schnell, who had been a this area, ", Very few, how. ::;
gun merchant in Japan. Social ever, even among the Japanese
L changes in Japan beginning, the themselves,realize the importantrole I'r
Meiji era led to the ouster of the the Japanese immigrants collectively 1I'r
Japanese Samurai and thereby played in California agricultural s t s ,

affected the livelihood of gun history. They filled 4
merchants such as Mr. Schnell the farm labor vacuum and thus i
The Japanese colonists hopedto prevented a ruinous slump in
plant tangerines, Koshu those lines of agriculture for

grapes, tea and mulberry but the which California is noted As
small colony at Gold Hill, California independent farm operators, the
was ill-fated from the very be. Japanese with their skill and
ginning. energy helped to reclaim and im-
prove thousand of acres of worthless .
Wakamatsu was doomed be- r.
land throughout the State.
cause of the same reasons that
They pioneered the rice industry -
the first English colonies in .
and planted the first citrus
America failed. The colonists had
orchards in the hog wallow landsin
done little preliminary investigation. /.
the San Joaquin Valley. / i
They were unprepared, they J
were short of funds, there were They were undeniably a Capt John Smith adapted from '1616 engraving

internal crops failed disagreements because of,a their long significant California one factor of the in greatest making Over 40,000 people named John Smith have social security I
"
drought and they were finally farming states in the union. cards but each has a different number


Altogether, over 100 million people have active so- If you don't have a social security number, applyat
GAFETYiiiiiiiii cial security numbers-and each number is differ- any social security office several weeks before
ent. Your social security number is yours alone you need it.
and remains the same for life. When you get a job, show your social security
Make sure your earnings and work are creditedto card to your employer so he can enter your name
your social security number. This helps build and social security number correctly on his rec-
valuable social security protection that can mean
monthly checks for you and your family now ifyou're ords.Welfare .
I severely disabled and can't work for a yearor yoCNL- SECUR1 rY J
for i if die. It
more--or your family you can Social'Security AdministrationThis .,_
mean monthly checks when retire-and Medi-
you --;.-,: = I
care. space donated asa Li
7f--
It appears that fire lectures, inspections Another incident has occurred public service, =-.-
orientations and train- recently, surrounded by the same
ing classes only benefit a preciousfew circumstances and fortunately,
of our total population. Care- with exactly the same results:
ful study of fire safety practicesare minor damage to bedding with no
included in every fire preven- injuries, because the child awokein
tion program. Trends are estab- time to alert Mom and Dad.
lished, countered, established So, the basis for the
again, countered again, etc. title-"Nobody Listens." Wordsdo I
not seem to penetrate to our

Each newly discovered hazardis conscious or subconscious minds.
given the widest possible We now try the printed word, for
SAVE MONEYIN
coverage in order to make certain there are many ways to make you

that each individual may learn listen.
from our knowledge, experiencesand Please, please don't force the
misfortunes of others. ultimate method on any of us by SPITE YOURSELF.
making one of our firemen remove -
For some time our fire preven
johnny or Susie from
your
tion have been em-
programs BARN
their burned beds. AUTOMATIC
hazards.
phasizing particular
Isn't it time somebody listened?
The following hazard became

known only after child narrowly SAVINGS.
escaped injury. The fire depart
ment immediately saw the possibilities If your rooms
of severe injuries or even
fatalities as a result. The hazard? look tired or 1

Common every-day electric blankets
call
hopeless
.- :

us for help. ,
,
We told everyone about the -
dangers of covering young children We'll send youa ,
with electric blankets. We I ,
explained that a restless child can decoratorfree. .
.
roll the blanket into a ball- .
,
resulting in a fire; the cover can / '," ,, -- .

be shoved pff between the bed and .. __ .....:"' :'S-\. I .,\ .

wall-result: fire, even place Penneys : .
ment of books, boxes or large toys Custom The Bank OnThe Base. : ':, I. "

on a bed covered with an electric '

blanket which is in use can resultin Decorating at Member ED.I.C ,

a fire.When. .
: '
:
Cedar Hills.
..
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this in- "
telling the public

formation, nods can be seen and 771-6361 .
some people can be heard to remark ;. .' .; -' -

"Oh my." Possibly these JCPenneyWe ,
.
same people will go home and, to know whatyou're I.. I .,".... "
insure that little Johnny or Susie looking for.
stays warm tonight, turn on their
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fj; : Many states offer military tax exemptions: I IBy I


filing and paying, without inter.estorpenaltyunti1180days paying. $2,000 of military retired draftee is excluded: if the full-time including com oat-zone exclusion.
IT. IVAN N IXn! I SMC' Also has same resident exemption
after is excluded duty is or will be continuous for
! The pay
;1 military taxpayer, gener as Connecticut.MARYLANDCombatzone.
. ally,is a legal resident of the state release or termination of present CONNECTICUT-An individualwho 120 consecutive days or more. exclusion
where his home of record is and emergency, whichever is earlier. maintains no permanent Also, postponement for filing is Federal effective
same as
ARKANSAS of service place of abode within the state same as Federal.
I will remain so until he takes steps -$6,000 Members outside
and allowances is excluded. maintains place of ILLINOIS All active-service Jan 1, 1966.
, to establish a residence in pay a permanent defer until
filing
r i another state. The actual computation $6,000 of retired or disability pay abode elsewhere and spends in pay is exempt effective Jan. 1, CONUS may U.S.
after to
r three months return
for and
of any tax due will vary is exempt. the aggregate not more than 30 1970. Postponement filing Combat-
MASSACHUSETTS -
i from state to state and your CALIFORNIA-$1,000 service days of the taxable year in the abatement of tax by reason of Federal.

t\ legal office has most of the pay for active duty in excess of state shall be deemed not a combat-zone death are same as zone MICHIGAN exclusion-All same military as pay

\ forms necessary for detennining 90 days, all mustering-out pay resident. Living in assigned or Federal. subtracted
retired is
including
\ your tax liability. In addition, and all terminal leave pay are rented government quarters is INDIANA-Combat-zone exclusion member's pay
t on tax return as
they can give you the address exempt Filing and paying defer- not maintaining a permanent same as Federal. First
without penaltyor abode.DELMVARfSame. $2,000 taxable active and reserve exempt.
where you can write for any additional red application place of Federal .
MINNESOTA-Same as
forms. interest Until 180 days after ; as Federal, service pay also exempt.
The following shows items return to U.S. from duty outside including combat-zone exclusionand IOWA-Same as Federal, in- including combat-zone exclusion
Combat exclusionsame for and cluding combat-zone exclusion, and postponement for
within each state's tax laws of 50 stafes. zone postponement filing
particular interest as Federal. Domiciliaries of paying. plus exclusion of all military pay filing and paying, plus specific
to
military tax-
payers"in determining how muchof California on permanent duty DISTRICT OF COLUJ\III1A-No if on active duty for more than six exclusion of $,.,000 military pay

their military pay may bo (PCS orders)outside the state are exclusion. Upon application, continuous months. and all mustering-out pay. Additional -
exclusion of $2,000 military
exempt from taxation: classified as non-residents for this deferment for filing or paying KANSAS-Same as Federal, .
ALABAMA: -Effective Jan. 1, state's income tax purposes only, granted until six months after the including combat-zone exclu- pay for service wholly performed

1965, all military pay for combat- and need not file returns on return is due; one year for mem- sion, postponement for filing and outside the state.
zone service is exempt. Disability income derived outside the state. bers outside CONUS. paying and abatement of tax for MISSISSIPPI-No exemption.

.. retired pay is not taxable. If married and the wife remainsin CKORGI; : A-Combat-zone exclusion death resulting from combat- MISSOURI-$3,000 of active-

ALASKA-All service pay is California,however,she wouldbe same as Federal. Filing zone service. service pay exempt after 1950.
exempt after 1950. taxable on one-half of their and paying deferment without KENTUCKY-Same as Federal, MONTANA-Same as Federal,

ARIZONA-$1,000 activeservice community income plus her penalty or interest granted, with- including combat-zone exclu including combat-zone exclusionand

pay, all! mustering-out pay separate income, if any. out application to members out sion. Members may defer filing postponement for filing and

and all terminal leave pay arc ex COLORADO-Same as Federal, side CONUS, until six months and paying until 12 months after paying.
termination of service or national NEBRASKA-Same as Federal,
empt. Members outside CONUS including combat-zone exclusionand after return to U.S. Abatement
may without application, defer postponement for filing and provided for death as a result of emergency. Military retired including combat-zone exclusion ,
wounds, disease or injury incur- income may be. excluded up to and postponement for filing and

red while serving in combat-zone. $4,000. paying.

Disability retired pay is excluded. LOUISIANA-Effective Jan. 1 NEW HAMPSHIRE-No exemp

HAWAII-Same as Federal, 1966, all military compensatiol tion.
Martin Luther
King including combat-zone exclu- earned outside U.S.,its territoriesand NEW JERSEY-All active duty

sion. Postponement for filing is possessions is exempt until military pay is exempt.
same as for Federal. First $500 Congress or President terminates NEW MEXICO-Same as Fed
Memorial ServiceJan. received by a member of a reserve Vietnam service-medal qualification eral, including combat-zone ex-

component is excluded.IDAIIOActlveservice. period. Disability retired pay clusion. Automatic extension for

pay of is exempt. Vietnam hospitalization or service -

'", 15 at 11:30 a.m. full time officer, enlisted or MAINE-Same as Federal, .


NAS Protestant Chapel Travel bennes OK'dfor including NEW YORK-Same combat-zone as Federal exclu,

sion. Filing and paying deferred

during combat-zone service or
E-4's over 2 hospitalization as a resultthereot.
OUT OF SIGHT *
) plus next 180 days. Also

_. Jax-Personnel in pay gradeE years service who is now has same resident exemption as
rpp GO GO DANCERS I with more than two years assigned to overseas shore duty Connecticut.
service are now entitled to travel and is now accompanied or is NORTH CAROLINA-Same as
All Topless and. transportation allowances. subsequently joined by depen- Federal, including combat-zone

,/. Newly authorized benefits dents, command sponsorship, exclusion.
BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS include: with entitlement to receipt of
11 AMtII2AM Deity A. Travel of dependentsB. overseas station allowances, may NORTH DAKOTA-All active-
1080 Cassat Ave. 388.9016 Shipment up to 7,000 be confered provided the service pay is subtracted onmember's

pounds of household goods upon member has at least 12 months income tax return as
permanent change of station and remaining to serve in the over- exempt. National Guard and

up to 400 pounds of household seas area, or serves the Reservist drill pay is taxable as

goods upon temporary change of prescribed accompanied by is retired pay.
stationC. dependents tour, whichever is OHIO-Combat-zone exclusionsame

Cary of dislocation as Federal.OKLAHOMAFirst.
Used Receipt greater.
Selec tine allowance equal to the "with The proceeding is not applicable $1,500 of.activeservice
Afford.at dependents" rate of the Basic to a member assigned to or retirement pay
price. You Can Allowance for Quarters of a an afloat unit homeportedoverseas. is excluded. POW pay excluded
from taxation.
member pay grade E-4 .
D. Trailer allowancesE. Newly entitled members who ORGtON: -$3,000 specific military

Shipment of a privately are now permanently assigned to pay exclusion plus Federal

owned vehicleF. overseas homeported ships, who combat-zone exclusion, and post-
Receipt of overseas station are accompanied or later joinedby ponement for filing. Taxpayer 65
BANK FINANCING CASH CREDIT UNION
allowances at the "with depen- dependents, will be command or older may be able to excludeup

dents" rate.Computation. sponsored and paid station to $2,400 military retired pay.
THESE ARE WHOLESALE PRICES! of "service" for allowances at the "with depen- Also has same resident exemption .

determination of more than two dents" rate, without regard to as Connecticut.
years service is in accordancewith time remaining in their overseas
72 FORD GALAXIE 500 $1685
Paragraph M1150-13 of the tour. PENNSYLVANIA-Any compensation

4DR.H.T., AT, V8, AC, PS, PB, R&H, V-Roof Joint Travel Regulations.In For additional information on received where serving in
the of member in combat-zone is exempt. Also has
case a pay these benefits, see BUPERS-
71 FORD GALAXIE 500 $1450 grade E-4 with more than two NOTE 4050. necticut.same resident exemption as Con-

: 4DR., H.T., AT, V8, PS, PB, AC, R&H, V-Roof N ':!ma. :: J J'Mi 'ff 'f ( "..__ .....m.mm.!iliij'...... mmmm 1{._

RHODE ISLAND Same as

71 OLDS CUTLASS $1 881) Federal, including combat-zone
exclusion.Also has
same resident
%
2DR., H.T., AT, V8, PS, PB, AC, R&H, V-Roof
THe Kaois LearninG exemption as Connecticut.

I 69 BUICK GS-350 (Continued Next Week)
2DR., H.T., $1250 'tffl center
: AT, V8, PS, PB, R&HAC, V-Roof,Mags
It'
A Champus Approved Facility,

,J 68 FORD TORINO GT $895 R&S
THE KADIS LEARNING CENTER, a specialized school
I 2DR., H.T., AT, V8, PS, PB, R&H, AC for children with learning problems, now has openings In

I HOURS: 830AM; to 8PM CLOSED SUNDAY a.pre-academlc: class for 4 children. An educational TEXACO
r evaluation service and a tutorial Is also
program 4851 SAN JUAN AVE.

i i : I[ NICK SEGAS USED CARS I available.PLEASE CONTACT HAROLD BAKER, PHONE 389.9414

THE DIRECTOR, AT 264-9587. FREE

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890 WASH
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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 19


Cdr. Cornett ready



to take VP-56 helmJaxThe


"Dragons" of VP-56 will hold change of command
ceremonies Tuesday, Jan. 15, at Hangar 1000.
Cdr James B. Kramer will be relieved by Cdr. Charles S. Cornett,
Jr.,who rose to his present rank after enlisting as a Seaman Recruit in
1950.

Cdr. Cornett will become the squadron's skipper after serving a
9 year as Executive Officer.He .
enlisted after graduating from High School in Bell City, La. and
i served for the next five years as an enlisted man. He was com-
r4 51 iY t ff'R missioned an Ensign after attending Officer Candidate School under
the "Seaman to Admiral" integration program.

Cdr. Kramer has been with VP-56 for over two years and will be
reporting to the Staff of Patrol Wing Eleven.

Under Cdr. Kramer's leadership, the squadron has completed a
highly successful deployment to Keflavik, Iceland and provided a
detachment for support of U.S. naval operations in the Mediterranean
during a period of heightened tensions in the Middle East.
Cdr William H. Compton will become the new VP-56 Executive
A r Y 09"oY Officer.





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DOUBLY GOOD MONTH-December a doubly good month for Ltg(| ) Steve Boaz (Left) of HS-
I 7. He was promoted to his present rank by Cdr. Schussler (Right) and was married to the former
Diane Utlek of Port Chester, N.Y.


I GI Bill rewards Vietnam vetsIn r


the aftermath of the Vietnam use their educational benefits, 50-50 split between public and
Conflict, the returning veterans over 80 percent enter public col. private school attendance among
have been labelled the most ignored leges and universities, including veterans.
unappreciated, and forgot. low-cost junior colleges and Whereas tuition alone in many
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ten in our nation's history. community colleges. Smaller, private schools approaches the Cdr. Kramer Cdr. Cornett .
The reception for the returnees private schools are generally out $3,000 mark, it is impractical to
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from the unpopular war was far of financial range. suppose that the government can ....- ; .: .
from the paradedownBroadwayhailing While the returning veteran foot such massive bills. jI II .

that marked the end of cannot expect to be handed a I ... .
What can be done is for G.I. Bill Cocktail
other wars. blank check to cover his educational I
payments to be increased periodically -
Postwar treatment of Vietnam endeavors, he should have -:0 ;;J..
in line with the changingcost
veterans is currently a point of the prospect of Tommy Aaron v-.1.....;; Hour
of living index. A bill raising Ls
contention in Congress. Earlier selecting the type of college best
this fall, the Veterans Adminis suited to his own needs. month monthly is payments now on the to $260 Congressional per- -..- : 5:00: to 7:00: pm
tration solicited a report from the What makes the educational horizon. ii / ., I .
Educational Testing Service benefits of the Vietnam veteran .'7 -__ : '!*UiJitW.i: rl.w. J-! '''

(ETS) of Princeton, N.J. The report seem limited in comparison to Additionally, a low-cost loan SPECIAL RATES per person
those of WW II is the fact that the has been S
indicated that Vietnam veterans program proposed, FOR SERVICEMEN 600 double occupancy
are possibly being short government then automaticallypaid under which veterans could bore
Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge A Dine at Biser's Seafood
changed in benefits under the G.I. tuition charges apart from row up to$2,000 per year with an
Restaurant,2S9>> Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
Bill. the monthly living allowance. annual interest rate of about four Swimming Pool, Free Undercover PUking.JACKSDNVlLE'.
It is alleged that the Vietnam This resulted in approximately a percent.

veteran is receiving proportion
ately less in terms of educational
payments than did his counter I" >
parts after World War II and POOL WATER j PHONE I MOTOR HOTEL
Korea.A ANALYZED 264.4586 9901' Main Street Phone 355-3744

single veteran attending WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL POINTS OF INTEREST
.
school today receives $220 per .
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month, double the $110 a month
. . . . . . . .
paid to Korean war veterans.
After World War II, the G.I. Bill Now YOU can install you own in-ground

paid college tuition fees, books, MARK SPITZ SPARTAN TIRED OFRENT
and supplies, as well as providinga
separate check for living ex SWIMMING POOL
penses. After Korea and Vietnam,
however, one payment was madeto SAVE MONEY... ? '
cover all college and living (your labor our tech)

cost _
With rocketing tuition hikes Oav OR we install... _
and spiralling living expenses, -""'" (Financing Available)

the monthly checks just do not go BID =,
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Of the Vietnam veterans who +l
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PAGE 20 JAX AIR NEWS-AJR WINGER


Check before signing


I You're entitled to free legal aid


Bj CUT. RUBE RT KIMBM I. ment of the debts. to begin divorce proceedings.
thorn. ), t .S. ArmyEvery Any serviceman who is having

year thousands of service problems with bills, or who is
men and women learn expensive being hounded about a debt rOWERS OF ATTORNEY-
lessons because they did which he feels that he doesn'towe Another valuable service pro
not seek legal advice before they had better get legal help. An vided by the legal office is the pre. r r

signed a contract for some service arrangement can often be made paration of powers ofattorney. By
or before they signed a lease fora with creditors to make smaller or filling out a power of attorney, a

new home. delayed payments. If the soldier soldier can give someone back in ,
Most serious legal difficulties doesn't actually owe the debt, the United States the power to use $ r L"t, i yr d; r

could be avoided by getting expert legal action can be taken to stop the soldier's money to pay debts or
advice when the problem first the creditor from trying to force make purchases; buy, sell or lease rw :: I
comes up. It's often too late if you payment. cars, real estate or make depositsor
wait unlil you're already in trouble Sometimes members of the withdrawals on the soldier's
and then ask an attorney to military may find themselves bank account. The power of attorney

"make it right." hopelessly in debt with no apparent enables someone in the

As a possible guide, here is a way out. In such a case, the soldier's family to handle his
sampling of services which are legal officer can advise him on the business affairs.CLAIMSThe. "
frequently provided by a military wisdom of declaring bankruptcy.
legal office. Your problem may DIVORCE-Legal help is often legal office has a r

not be included in the list, but sought by a serviceman who claims office to help military
don't hesitate to seek help for any either wants a divorce or a sup members to be reimbursed for
problem you may face. port action by his wife. Usually, if items which are damaged, stolenor
'P' \VILLS-This is a standard his wife is seeking a divorce, the destroyed in the course of .t ,

problem that you may want legal man's concern is with a property military duties.

assistance with. If you're con- settlement, custody of children,
Items shipped in hold baggagemay
cerned about providing for some- or with the amount of support
be damaged on their way to
one particular death,
upon your payments.
the destination or they may be
,want to change your will, or wantto Often it is desirable to delay the lost. In such cases, the service *
appoint guardians for your proceedings under the Soldiers'and
be for all of
man may paid or part ,
children in the event of the deathof Sailors' Civil Relief Act until --"aE..r'ft.: -.01
his loss, depending on the type of
you and your wife, a legal the man can return home to pro. items involved and their age. "KEEP CLEAN, SAILOR"..This local lovely believes In keepingher
officer can draw up a simple will. tect his interests or until he can secret hideaway free of litter in order to make it.more attractivefor
It's also a good idea to review your work out an agreement with his her companions. She suggests that NAS Jax sailors keep on her
Losses from theft are recovera
will periodically to make sure it's wife. The legal officer can assistin ble through filing a claim with the good side by following her example at NAS.
up to date. arranging the necessary delayor
legal office The property, however -
DEBT COUNSELING-Members in working out an agreementwith
have been properly AdviceBy I
of the military may face problems the wife's attorney.If must Legal
secured at the time of the theft.
because of an inability to pay the soldier is seeking a divorce
debts or they may receive letters the legal officer can advise Military Police reports, t:.C0011MXN Health and Medical Program of
commander's and state
of indebtedness requesting that him on grounds for divorce, reports lAJIa'l AdvKor the Uniformed Services (CHAM-
his unit commander insure pay where to file the divorce, and how ments by other people can be usedto Members of the Armed Forcesare PUS).
',,,, ::;:;:::,::,:,:: :*,:::(,:,<:: ,, ':::';''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''= ::'<:"':+ """'..:..o/...3': :::_, _>>:<<>.....,.<_ establish the fact that the prop- these benefits
>Vfrmmr. x-KAvmmr>M w:ro itwKS-WAW yc'ggs.ifcSfo: ;: :SWvWSriB: ?** : eligible for life insurance In addition to ,
secured.A .
erty was properly coverage under the Servicemen's members of the Armed Forces are

.. .tl' Group Life Insurance covered by Social Security a form
officer be able program
legal to
\ .: Consolidate Your Bills To $5,000.00 .; help with problems may other than administered by the Veterans retired of tributors'insurance survivors both for and the for con the
those listed here he be ableto Administration. Active or ,
: TERMS TO SUIT YOU AT BANK RATES I send you to someone or may who can members of the Armed Forces contributor and family in the case
of total disability. Hospital Insurance -
and eligible dependents are eligible -
give you the help you need. for medical care in Uniformed Part A, of the Social Security

.SOUTHERN ( 'jf The main thing to remember is: Services facilities and at civilian Administration's Medicare
if you think you need help, ask. facilities under the Civilian program, also must be included in
any consideration of insurance

If INDUSTRIAL BANK coverage.In .
Open for your convenience 8 a.m.-Sp.m. f spite of the comprehensivecoverage
V Closed Sunday provided for members of
"The Little Bank with a Big Heart" D PICKUP & DELIVERY the Armed Forces and their dependents

; some individuals on active -
Member F.D.I.C. D ROAD SERVICED duty become involved in

MECHANIC ON DUTY mail-order insurance to provide
Our Installment Loan Dept Is Open Until 4 P.M.
11 NORTH LAURA STREET PHONE 355.0622 D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS coverage, perhaps, for membersof
their family who do not qualifyas
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UflI6flSERVICE
covered the member's .
Jax No. 1 Small Car Dealer by supplemental
m [ benefits,he first should
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71 CHEVY IMPALA4drATR&HACP.S.Sharp $1795
73 PINTO SW 4sp, R&H, Ideal 2nd Car $2495
71 DATSUN PickUp 4spd.RiHNlce $1895

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68 MERC COUGAR XR7 Loaded-Yellow Black Vinal Top $1495

70 TOYOTA CORONA 4speed, R&H, AC $1395 Mustanf
71 FORD GALAXIE 4dr, AC, AT, R&H $1495

69 CHEVY IMPALA 4dr. AT, R&H, ACNice $1095 .

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10, 1974
JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 21I

i

J Who's OUR RESOLUTION FOR THE NEW YEAR AT...
I going to win the big one?

COLONY MOBILE HOMES

.
"'1'''"
*' '* Laura Holt
NEX "IF WE DON'T HAVE THE MOBILE HOME YOU'RE

't, ; "Miami 1 LOOKING FOR,WE WILL GET IT AT THE
of course! As
long the "
Kansas BEST PRICE EVER.
Jayhawks aren't playing.
And because what's his name Is Come and see our values first,then take your home
so great! You know the Quar 1 ,1 and put It on our lot with every convenience
terback!"
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Beatthefuelshortage9359103rd
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(Near Cecil Field and NAS Jax)
"Miami, better all around
LTl Clayburn offense and defense. No-name
FICEUR defense will override the purple
I "Minnesota, it has a better gang. Tarkenton won't be able to
defense than Miami this year, Li scramble as much against Miami
and Minnesota has a better and Bob Griese is a better .
quarterback in Tarkenton." passer". 1


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Miami PACKARD Bell console stereo w/8 track tape deck
"Probably will winwillwant
to see Minnesota win, WAS$439.95 NOW $27995SAVE $159.95New
Miami has a better offense" ( Warranty)

E ONE NEW RCA 23" Color Console TV

WAS $639.95 NOW $49995 SAVE $140.00New
( Warranty)

ONE LIKE NEWDELMONICO
E.A. Stereo with 8 track tape deck

WAS $289.95 NOW $21995 SAVE $70.00
P01 Faulkner Mary Poitevint _(Parts 1 yr Labor 90 Days)
VP-49 NEX ONE 6 MONTHS OLD
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"I would like for Minnesota to twice already and that'senough
win because I'm tired of Don And I got a $450 pool on WAs$349.95 NOW $28995 SAVE $60.00
Shula and the Miami (Parts 1 Labor yQ Days)
Dolphins. them. I don't know anything yr
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WAS $199.95 NOW$14995 SAVE $50.00
__(Parts 1 yr-labor 90 days)

WIGGINSCUSTOM ONE USED SPEED QUEEN white Automatic WasherWAS

'\ $229.95 NOW $ f TO95 SAVE 50.00
PAINTING (Parts & Labor 90 Days)
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fl:1: : Trophies presented at Cecil Course Sailboat OfferedThe


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J Orange Park Coast Guard
Auxiliary will present a course in
sailboating for amatuer and
advanced sailors. The course will

{ 6 be presented at the Lakeshore
I ,; # v" Junior High School from 7.10
P.M. on January 15, 17, 22 and
24th with all age groups welcometo
attend.

C For further Information,
A contact Ron Fritz at 264-9546.
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Marshall, CO of NAS Cecil,with 2ND Softball trophy runner-up trophy for intramural football.
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1. up trophy in football from Captain Marshall.TRANSMISSION. 6'2' Eve Bruce,who sports a 42-

_......% .wi *ouel is an smiles as he presents the 2ND and So-Lant 25-35 bod, would like to remind
Volleyball Championship trophies to Captain Marshall. everyone that the unseasonablywarm
weather we are ex-
periencing, may cause your
buds to bloom early."Intermediate" .

THE HAREM *

sections in
care
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a the medical wards of VA hospitalsare
New Summer Hours: Open 4PMI! teaching older disabled veter-
ALL NEWTOPLESS DANCERS ans to be as self-sufficient as pos
TOPLESS GO-GO 4PM.2AM sible in caring for their own
It I Raised Show Bar illnesses and involving membersof
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JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER PAGE 23
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Fliers celebrate' new year


I by downing Albany twice



Jax--The Jax Navy Albany's only cause for
Fliers basketball team
celebration in their losses
appeared to be well to the Fliers was the fact

refreshed after a three that they had the game's
week holiday lay off when r
highest scorers in both 1
-
they celebrated the new contests J. Mims scored

year at home with two 22 in the first game and G. $

impressive wins against Scott scored 31 in the
NAS Albany. second.

Seeking restitution for The Fliers, now 8-4, have s
the two losses Albany won their last three games ,1:4r
-
handed them in Albany a and in all three they have .

month ago, the Fliers scored over 100 points. .La3 .
poured it on and didn't let This weekend they will I.

up until they had secured have a chance to run their

113-72 and 122-90 victories.The win streak up to five in a
Fliers sped to a 63-32 row with two games

halftime lead in their first against NAS Glynco at

confrontation of the new Glynco. The Fliers met I lI I1Vll -- = .,\ >

year and when it was all Glynco earlier in the SPLITMAKERS TRIUMPHANT-These- nine men and three others not pictured presented the ,..

over they boasted a ,six season with the result that ,Commissioned Officer's Mess with an early Christmas present when their Splitmaker team won the
man contingent of double each team won one game. NAS Jax 1973 Fall Bowling title lust before the holiday break. They are (L to R) Kneeling: Fel
figure scorers. The helo Garcia, Manny Millete, Ding Sabio, Sam Bayeng Standing: Bing Palisoc, Rusty Gamboa, Bill
McCauley, Ben Cacao and Joe Diacuna. Not pictured are Ernie Imotan, Jun Alcafaras and Tick
squadrons were well Concepcion.LIHAUL.

represented in that con- IntramuralBasketball .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::.:.:.:.:..:.:.:.:.: :.:.: :.:.:.:::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;::::;;::::;;.:.
tingent when Levie

Hamerter of HS-15, and Intramural JAX SPORT BRIEFS
Mort McCarthy and Livio .
Capilla of HS-11 all scoreda Standings Volleyball

total of 18 points each.
AMERICAN LEAGUE WOMEN'S TENNIS
Garry Pope of Air Ops W L Standings RECREATION LEAGUE. FORMING
followed with his 17 while COMMITTEE MEETING
5
1IS-15 0
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AMERICAN
LEAGUE Jax-The Enlisted Recreation Jax- n all military wives
Terry Brown and Ralph IIS-U 5 0 W L Committee of the Composite singles tennis league is currently
Calloway, both of VP-56, VP-45 3 0 VW-4 19 7 Recreation Fund is scheduled to being formed. Play will be
contributed 13 and 10 VP-56 4 1 0 NATTC 18 4 meet at 1:30: p.m. today, January Tuesday, Thursday and Friday .
NDRC 1
points, respectively. AIMD 3.3NATTC lIS-UNo. 1 15 9 10 in the Special Services Con- from 9-11 a.m.The league will be
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All for beginners as well as experienced -
VP-5 13 U ference Room, Bldg. 620.
The Fliers also boasted a: 2 2
HS-7 12 10 designated primary or alternate players. Anyone Interested
..687 percentage at the free 679th 3 4 679th 4 16 members are urged to attend. should call Special
throw line with 11 of 16 HS-l 1 4 GOLF MEETING SCHEDULED Services at 772-3112 no later than

attempts finding their way MPO"HOSPITAL .. 1 1 4 5 NATIONAL LEAGUE Jax--An organizationalmeeting January 15 to sign up.
-' W L for all units and com
through the net. 0 6
FAPL
NARJAX 21 3 mands interested in participatingin INDOOR POOL REOPENS
The second game was NATIONAL LEAGUE FICEUR 19 5 the 1974 Golf season will be Jax-The NAS Jax indoor pool
almost an instant replay of W L NDRC 8 16 held at the NAS Athletic Office in has reopened for recreational
the first as the Jax netters VP-5 5 0 VP-49 7 15 Bldg. 563 on Wednesday January swimming as of January 7.Hours
led 61-46 at halftime, endedup HAWKS 4 1 IIS-U No.2 2 18 16. Each unit or command should of operation are: 11 a.m.to 1 p.m.
AIR OPS 4 2 MARTD 1 23 have one representative at the Mon., Tues., Thurs. and Fri: 4-8
with five in double
men 1IS-7 4 2 VP.S6 0 2 meeting for each team they planto p.m.Mon.Fri.; and 12 noon to 8
figures and hit for a .600 FASO 4 2 enter. p.m. weekends and holidays.
percentage ((16 of 27)) at the MARINE BKS 3 1
free throw line. VW-4 3 2 D r .-....
Levie Hamerter was the MARTD 3 3
MEDICAL 1 4
sole claimant of
high point NARJAX 1 5
honors for Jax this time HC-2 0 4
with his 25. He was DPD 0 6

complemented by GaryPope's

24, Mort Mc-

Carthy's 19, RalphGalloway's :
15 and Livio

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